Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 30, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00696
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Under the leadership of Miss Anne '-I.-- T. _
The ladies of the Kissimmee Golf ;

,Noxt. Meeting,Postponed on' club propose on Thursday to hold afternoon another tournament next Boys.And Girls to Compete of Trade Asks the Carson la I at, chairman work arranging, the ladies for committee the exhibits Barbecue Will Be Held At

May 6, and it is hoped that there will of marmalades, preserves, etc.,
Fair be a largo number of contestant at the fair Day exhibit to be held on lit
Account of Day The course Is greatly Improved and Hero Tonight Citizens to Act May 8.The exhibit will be placed In Ball Park j

the membership daily Increasing. As the Thurman building adjoining the "
the' by-laws! of the club only providefor Graystone hotel in the rooms on the1


ASSOCIATION SO THAT MEMBERS -, those who wish to join under the -"TO BE HELD IN HIGH SCHOOX FORCING LAWS-MAY ISSUES members of this committee areMrs. FLORIDA TO ATTEND THE BIG' .'
remarkable C. W. Griffin Mrs. Bass, Mrs II'
CAN BUY CRATE MATER. of present$12 a extremely year for men and $6 for AUDITORIUM AND LARGE ATTENDANCE i PROCLAMATION TO PUBLIC ON W. J. S. Carr and Mrs. J. M. Will son, EVENT HERE ON SATURDAY,' i ,

\IAL AND FERTILIZER. ,' ladies, to make application for membership IS :EXPE TED. THE SUBJECT. JrThey have divided the city Into MAY S-LARGE CROWD SURE. '
at once. I sections and are soliciting exhibits '
The i i Oscepla County Fruit and Truck The competition for Thursday will The first of the many events leadingup I May 6 and 7 will be "clean-up" days from the housewives who are adept
Growers' association has postponed its consist of two events. to the closing of the city schools in Kisslmmee! in the making of delicacies from Flor- All arrangement are now complete
meeting to May 15, ort account of the First, medal pjay contest over the which will come to an official end on The board of trade has already de- ida fruits. During the coming week for the biff cattle sale to be held.10 Ii
Fair Day and cattle sale which will be ladies' course May 10 when the graduation exerciseswill cided to name these two days and they will'arrange for the display of Klssimmee on May 8. one held on May 8, the regular meeting Second, putting contest. be held, took place, today when enough of the city council have placed the products.It week from tomorrow and everybody i J"s ,,
date ef the organization. This action A prize will be given to the winnerof Parents' Day was observed. Parents their stamp of approval on the propo- is especially desired that therebe is getting ready to come to Klssimmee ?. 4 y
was taken at the session of the body each event in large numbers attended the schools sition to assure official action by that exhibits of orange, Jelly, peach that day. At announced In another ,
held last Saturday.The The competitions are open to all today and were free to go from one body at its May meeting next week. marmalade, canned peaches, pickled column the fruit product display; will ;i (1
meeting on May 15 will be held comers, upon payment of a small en- room to another watching the workof Mayor May was present at the peaches and other product of any also be held on the same date. -
in conjunction with a picnic and fish trance fee of 25c for members and 50c the pupils. Exhibits of the workof meeting of the board of trade when and all kinds made from fruits grownin The cattle tale will be held at; the ; -
:fry at Mills slough, near the place of for non-members. the students were displayed in the proposition was brought up by this section. If there should be ball park and a biff barbecue wUI be 'a, 4
P. J. Hirleman. To this picnic every- The one entrance fee entitles the i prominent places about the building. John M. Lee and met with the unani- (Continued on Page Twelve.) held at noon, the sale having been announced 1 ,{, r
body is invited to come and bring with competitor to compete for both events. Tonight the annual declamation mous approval of the entire assemblage to begin at 1 o'clock. Cot. '
them their baskets of picnic dinner. Refreshments can be obtained at : contest will be held in the high school I which was a large one, beinga Fred Reppert, who I* recognized a*. ,r
It doesn't matter whether you are a the regular club house prices. Come I auditorium and a large attendance is gathering composed largely of the BREAKER& BARCLAY the most famous auctioneer in the'' ,,'' '
member of the association or not the out and join in the fun. expected.Six I business and professional men of the United States, will have charge 'of 4
association wants you to come out and boys and six girls selected recently I city. the auction. ; a '
enjoy day' picnic with the members. in competitive contest will i These two days were named because BUY 140 ACRE TRACTBreaker Special invitation have been spent ',
Those who wish to come will be welcome TWOMEN; BUY FIVE compete for the medals given by C. ',they precede the Fair Day and cattle to stockmen in all part of Florida. 'q Ci
and the members hope to havea A. Carson (for girls) and J. L. Over- sale to be held on Saturday, May 8. F. I. Derby. the Alabama a man who swill ,;'
big crowd present. To reach the street (for boys). : When th !board of trade took action bring one or two car of high- .' \
picnic grounds selected, go out the Orlando ACRE TRACTS HERE The girls selected to compete for upon the matter nearly every A Barclay, real estate grade tock to be sold at this'sale; has''' 4:'< :
road to Clark Howell's\ place, the medal are: Laura Thomas, Lois man present had something to say in dealers, of Kissimmee, have purchased been busy with, his work of advert* ,:QI a
then go east across the railroad to the Johnson, Margaret Stanford, Violet approval of the movement and Mayor 140 acres near Southport, the deal ing the ale among the cattle buyer lil
first house and turn north to the Indicating a revival in the real estate Bullock, Grace Winn and Amy Mak- May said he would see that all laws having been closed up last Saturday.The and the ending out of between 20,000 \.
grounds.At business two sales were made inson. in regard to keeping clean premises property was bought from Mrs- and 30,000 circulars among them.' 't ;:
the meeting, which is held in con- this week by the Breaker & Barclay The boys named are: Tony Rogero, were enforced and that he could speak O. N. E. Brown, representing the There will be old on, this occasion Jj y;4
nection with this picnic, it is the in. Frank Calkins, Gerald Rivers, Arthur also for Marshal Ov rstreet in this' Brown heirs. between 150 and 300 head of Florida lit.

(Continued on Page Eleven.) agency.ieorge( W. Moore who came from (Continued on Page Ten ) refard. Mr. Breaker states that this landis ran ire cattle. Besides these Mr.
of fine yellow soil and is the best '
". also decided that the ladies Derby will bring between fifty
Illinois to Florida about a year property he has seen in recent years stock from his ,+" ,
York of the city be interested in the move- 100 head of high-bred j
IAJ. LADUE ACCEPTS and who has been living on New WINDERMERE TRADE ment and asked to co-operate with for citrus fruit growing. The firm stock farm in Alabama. In the lot '
in Kiosimmee
avenue bought a five- has already had the 140 acres plattedand '.
acre tract in Liberty Park. lie will the men in seeing that the city is both' high-grade bull and. ;,
I cut into twenty acre tracts '
given a thorough brightening up. up heifer and some registered stock. ..
.KISSIMMEE'S OFFER begin once.improvements Mr. Moore on stated the propertyat that he BOARDRESOLUTIONS Mayor May has issued the follow which will be sold for grove purposes,. Florida cattle for the sale has been ''
ing proclamation in regard to clean- pledged by the Carson Cattle com-
bad been looking around Florida eve1'since
ing up: p.ny, E. L. Lesley Pat Johnston for '
he here with view to .
and John M. Lee for .
Mayor's Proclamation."In J. R. Donegan, r
Major LaDue U S. Army engI- purchasing property and never found The Windermere board of trade has if.
neer who has headquarters at Jacksonville exactly what he wanted until. he saw passed the following resolutions: view of the fact that there are the Southport' Cattle company. TheY" <4'
has written Secretary Pren- this property. Whereas, the Atlantic Coast Line 's good many ordinances of which a FIR HIKE TRIPThe will use their own. stock and that of '.'. ,
tls, of the board of trade acceptingthe Marcellus Marison, of Gronic N. H., Railway company purposes to changeits number of our citiezns are not aware !!! others who-may desire toeomr4nteT-- -
the required
and which violated I the sale to make up .4r.
Invitation oft that body to come ; also purchased a five-acre tract in schedule over the Florida Midland are being daily, t
the Liberty Park section and has already division, andhereap wish to remind citizen generally that number.:
here and make a trip down the Kls- wtth'him' aMiladg
begun to make improvementsin W said proposed change will they_will)) bfe enforced, We want a boy scouts troop recently organized Mr. Derby 'will bring ..,., ,,11
Just what could "
to-see ,
.Immeeljvgr mad. be butchered fur ,: ,,
here hike to
hislractMEMORIAL- - -- seriously handicap the shipment of beautiful town and in order to haveit its first on steer '
be done In the way of government freight and travel of- passengers to we must comply with a few rules. Saturday with'-Assistant Scout Master the barbecue and other will "be fur,, +
Improvements to place the channelIn and from Windermere Of course, I think we are all fair- Sam Lupfer, in charge. nished by the local men. ':,' ''L .
such condition that It can be us4d : SERVICES Now, therefore be it, resolved that minded people and expect to do this. The boys who made the first hike The committee In'charge of the '.'.
Ibetter advantage for trafflce at the board of trade of Windermere Medium taxation doesn't seem very were: Dick BtMock. Prator Gilbert affair I's composed of C.;.:A.:'Carson,,' ,a'
low water. much Paul Beuter, J. C. LedbetterFrank: John M. Lee. E. L. LesleY-Pat'.John-; ,
does hereby and object to the when your properties are prop-
Congressman: Sparkman has also HELD HERE MONDAYConfederate said change protest the schedule aforesaidand erly beautified. Th. throwing of Bryan, Roy O'Berry, William Arnold,! .ton. H.,C. Stanford,and E.! E. Nan* ,
been invited to make the trip and Is does request in the Atlantic Coast trash, shrubbery, underbrush and such Henry Edwards, David Ansted,'Brad- gle of the Valley Gazette.: ,.Thi committee ? '
date when he will ley Harris, Gerald River, Roscoe divided into the following
to name the come Line to maintain its present scheduleover things into the street.i a violation. has been -+
bringing with' him two other. con- Roberson and Theodore Estey., -committeet,, -. Railroad kStanford
memorial services were the Florida Midland. This should -be placed in some posi-
gressmen and Major LaDue will be held Monday .evening at 7:30 O'clockat The secretary of the board of tradeIs tion on your If in small c The boys enjoyed the'.hike and are rates Cf A. Caron 'ground. H.'C.r"' .. ;
advised so that he cn make the trip the Methodist church. A good au > hereby; directed: to forward amounts it proreny.: placed in .barrels looking forward to', learning. :,more. ,of ;; and E. L. Lesley: ; pent' and.' : ,':
I at the,, same time. scoutcraft just as soonks: the move huctioneer1 stand, E. L. Lesley, H. B. .' "
dience"was present and,:the program of the resolution to' the board of or boxes for the garbage wagon '' :y
.. was directed by'the members of the of.Kissimmee. the; ''Apopka--'. .coPie.t "I also wish to call attention to the ment properly gtven'it. start; May John M. Lee and Pat Johnston; :t tpublicity j '

'FARMER' Will Bryan chapter, U, D. C. 'V Trade,' the, Atlantic'' Coast Line,,;and habit'of driving across''cement side E. E. Naugle; barbecue sr't- "
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TELLS OF The program was a* follows 1 the press ofdddcities. ;;V walks. This is being done ,in,, come COMMITTEENAT ,WORK \ rangement and finance C.Stanford.; John M'Leerfi'' ', .\.."."', .1, S
... Chorus: ..America; invocation,' Dr. Adopted by the,, Windermere boardof portions, of the city, and is a violationof .. .E.'.' \Lesley and IL.of ,;the board*5 of.< rAt 'J '
Holt; solo, Miss Leona Roberson; trade, April 19. 1916. a city ordinance. "These- ordinanceswill the'meeting" '
ROADrWORK'PROGRESSL. chorus, Florida; solo, Mrs. Paul Weaver be enforced in the future. : trade' held last Friday the board y _
} address, Hon. C. A. Carson; solo, "In! connection with the 'clean-up ON DRAINAGE MATTER agreed to father the cattle sale/and h+: .'J
.vB Miss Margaret Nelson, of Jackson- TO PLAN MONUMENT day movement, I respectfully ask each a fund of over (50 war raised, together J#,
bread this
ville chorus Dixie and citizen of this city to with fifty loaves of at
R. Farmer, who is In charge of ; ; benediction, the every get '
busy an ihe convicts working the roads of Os- Rev. Mr. Lawler. an unsightly }
I':, ceola county, came up from the work The full text of Mr. Carson's ad- FOR CONFEDERACY nature off his prop'lty. Let's to make an investigation of of others have contributed' to the ; '
f between Whittier and Bassenger Monday dress, which was eloquently delivered, proceed to beautify the city better I plans to drain the northern section of I fund. ,
returning on Tuesday. may be found on another page of this i han ever before. We are not going the city, which has been a trouttesomc ,
Mr. Farmer reports that twelve issue. The Will Bryan chapter, United fb leave anything undone for the city I problem for several months, has been'
[.'miles of the roadway in the Pine island The graves of the confederate soldiers Daughters of the Confederacy, will has some street improvements to I busy on the work this week- CANAL ZONE.MANiSi': ,
section have been worked and his forceof were decorated at the cemetery soon begin active work upon plans to make. I can speak for that live wire I The committe composed of J. W.
men is still busy with this road during the afternoon by the decorating have erected in the Broadway park- chairman of the street committee, ,'Thompson, Roma Thomas and W. W. $ i-. ,:.. ":" .;{

f between Whittier and Bassenger. Ini'all committee, which was composed way at some suitable point a confederate Thompson. He will- see to it that his .'Carson Together with City Engineer PLEASED WITH COUNTY ; :. :, F
he has thirty-seven convicts on the of Mrs C. W. Dann, Mrs. Rosa Graves monument. part is done. Joe Jqhnston they have made several : ; F'S
,-work. and Mrs. A. B. Jarrell.\ The matter was mentioned at the "H. R. MAY; Mayor." trips' to the section in question and
i ''Mr. Farmer also reports that' five Memorial Day exercises on Mondayand will I likely have'an interesting reportto ;.
(..'miles haVfe been completed from'Peg- SHERIFF ARRESTS FOUR. already the movement has received O 60000 OOOOOOO.tOoOOOO: make when the council! meets next P. H. Manassa, who has-been livingfor r
|',born Junction south and about four Sheriff L.. H. Ingram and Deputy encouragement from every Tuesday night. the past twenty-five years in the
[''. miles out of St. Cloud. The Whittier Sheriff C. E. Carlson, of St. Cloud, side. It is quite likely that the U. O WEATHER FORECAST 4 GUN CLUB REORGANIZED. Canal Zone, Panama .and who .has -
Toad from one mile this side of Canoe 'brought four negroes from Narcoos- 11. C. will start a campaign at; an 4 4 traveled extensively in South and I
.'creek to Whittier) ha all been graded see to Kissimmee Monday night and early date to raise funds for the V For Week Beginning 'VNln < The Kissimmee Gun club was reorganized Central America, and Mexico, was a z
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day, April 28, 1915, Issued by O l
and ditched.. These roads are now all lodged them in jail on charges of selling monument. at a meeting held.last nightin visitor here this week. He was shown
4 U. H. Weather Bureau,
';::1n fair condition except that the dry liquor. They will be held for LAYMEN EXKCT' OKFICKK8 v ton, 1). C. Washing-4 the office of J. S- Cad 1. The,following around over Osceola county by J. M.. ( '
F, weather has made them rather heavy I. trial at the next teen' of county The semi-annual election of officers 4 =- 4 officers. -were elected M. E. Willson, jr. ,
----- Manassa. who Is man of much "
court. G. C. a \
P at' present. was held at the meeting of theLayman's 4 For South Atlantic and Gulf Stephens, president Earl Livingston, experience in the cattle business, was '
vice-president Lupfer,
; secre-
Movement held Sunday af- 4 States: .
much : with this section a*
tary J. S. Cadel treasurer, and Fred "
\; ternoon at the Methodist church. '. Generally fair weather with 4 ;
cattle ,Uing and as a'frutt and ,
Baas, field captain.It a r ;
Circuit There was a good atten ranee of mem- 4 temperatures the season4 '
\\Osceola County near ; was decided to hold at least one vegetable .action. He,thinb it i Ia the
ben. W. H. Jones Was elected presi 4 able probable during '
average "bhoot day" each week and probablytwo. best part of Florida he has yet seen. 9 ,
dent. Other officers are E. C. Dusen- O the coming week. + He left her to a visit to'Okea '''"
The new has been locatedon pay
.; Court in Session Here berry:, vice-president; J. M. McPhat- O .BOWIE O the lake front range at the foot of Darlington chobee and stated that he would more ,,'
T. tat, secretary and treasurer.L ,..... ..............0.4.0 avenue, where it will be closeto than likely bring, his family her-if ..
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the business houses of most of the .
James W. Perkins 'of Walter Smith and Clantie Cowardde wanted. .::
With Judge members.
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circuit with : ---- -- -- --- -------------------------- '
.DeLand, on the bench, the Larveque, charged adultery. DAVIS BILL "PASSED BY BOTH ,, !
court of Osceola county was openedn'Tuesday Eddie Jones, charged with forgery. / ,
of this week. Other court Mark Small.charged with grand '
Board of Active '
t officials here .for the session are larceny. Trade ; \ .t "

r State's Attorney Joseph H. Jones, of Lula Williams charged,,with grand :- ''IJ. I,
i.Orlando, and Court Stenographer C. larceny. HOUSES AND WILL BECOME LAW I \ i' \,
[Eo' McCrory., of DeLand. Thecourt The case of William Stephens, Attend Meeting TonightThe ( : : v
f cession will probably last through charged with assault with intent to , rr. :
I next week.The murder! was set for trial on Thursday, -- .....r, a t+ ,
Ij; grand Jury is expected to complete but was not reached. It was likely Tallahassee, April 80.Five month.sfrom Davis of St. John, Forehand. Gold. board of trade meets in rear of the depot reported that on account
its business tomorrow.'although that this case would be tried today. today,-drlnking in open saloonsin stein, Gomes, Harrison, Hnrtenbach, weekly session at the city. of the number of: suit pending.TIn ',.
ere was a large mass of business The case of John J. Padgett, charg Florida will be no' more.. Jones Lake Paul Rivera, Roberta, night Every live wire citizen should regard to a part of the ua.- C ,
fore .the 'body when .it began its ed'with the larceny.of a domestic anl-> Within less than twenty-four hours Rouse Scat, WUder. Wilson of St. attend. The meeting held last Friday tion. more time would be require for;: I I ., vF
bore .' .. coal was'also set for trial today.' after the Senate adopted' the bill John. and Wood. Fire did not vote. night was a rousing one .attended by. committee to get definite information. 3>"
"The"'grand Jury members are C. L. The case- of the state v*. 8- W. which practically means the deathy of 'All of the amendment offered in between forty and fifty business men. It was his opinion that one or,
:.Alvey, ,A. C. Tyson JF.. O' erry, Downing on a charge of issuing a open saloon in the''state.-th.'' house, the senate during Wednesday were of- A* partially announced in another two of the suits would soon be _ttled. t { r '
I John M.. Anderson,":J. 'J. Griffin, K. worthless check; was nolle prossed. under waiver of rules; took up the fered in the house but all were killed column the board accomplished a A communication ;'from-"Goods'
P.".Butler; W.H..Amold. A. D. .Gil' The following civil cases have been, senate message shortly before'noon by an. overwhelming vote whenever number of things, as follows: Roads":, Smith, of.St., Petersburg.
bert.1 F.s H.1, Barber R. S. disposed of: Thursday and'railroaded- the t Davis they, v.r.put upv Opponents of the Decided to-.ask the city council to regard to the. Dixie Highway'was referred '
I / John Penejran .W. M. Farrell R. and measure regulating the sale of liquor bill sought to- have >clubs and hotel co-operate enforcing' general .to the secretary with instructions Y J
Seller., H 14,,Dale. H. L. Over W.. C. Baas: suit v* D. Waring.TerdiCt, ofJ521.3S by prohibiting its tale in .less thanhatfpint and certain classes excepted. clean-up of the city on May 6 and.7, that, he write the secretary 'of.' '
street,-.H. \vW., 'Morrow <.and; G. C. for on' DOte*., >.* ', and in sealed receptacles.. The vote in the senate was, as follows Took hold of the cattle sal'and barbecue the Bartow board of trade:to. learnr
ron.on. ,. ) plaintiff. M'Marion { t.!X-Jovernor. Trainmell-probably 'wri 1 i >Aye.*. President Davis, Senator .and raised-ai fund to, defray. just'what' Polk county* doing towards t
l7Tb* grand jury, when. i it began?,:It* :: Cooleet it n.'William P. ftlAjM* signature to the ,measure *: Blitch,.Brown,<..- Cooper,':;Drano, expense'' ,0 ..>/' ,/'- ." connecting up her
WesBion.,,selected Horace'';W. Boice' as Lynch, action for defamation 'of char- when jt'reaches him. -. ,; J.jf: J" Greene HuneHudsonl.Igou, ,! John'i': Passed a resolution calling'upon.the the general scheme for .a. jligbwsy; e<' ',:
foreman'and Fred' M. Bass,''a* clerk. ,.cter.' continued asked in' th. sum.-of The Davis bill passed the.Liu. byan lIOn.' Lindsey, :McEachern McGeachen, city,council to papa'an ordinance ...- through: central Florida.'f" ' .1'<
";Seven.indictment{ had been returnup $2.500 for">tha term. 'by consent ''almost two ,to'bn. ;vote-" Forty- Rod enberry/; Roland,"Stringer,'. Ter. oniringowner*) of' chicken to keep ,! It was decided1 daly any action oft.u ;.0,) ;,;k
to the close;of thecourt sesf. ,!of .ttorDe7 .'t.- "i .. tiw. five -voted for 'passage':.and'.twenty-- rail.?,Watson .Well;; WillU-20.Nays them securely penned ontheir own :the Fourth 'of July -celebration until \:rillJ.' 4.
Thursday.'- Arrest ,in three ;D.' Alderman'.J'.m..Daqhltel'.dainage. three .against;adoptions; ..The following :w Senator<:"Adkin*. Calkin, premise., ' after the big dotage on- May &, - ya;
S have not yet been made.Thoseunenta *, asked In the um of voted against: adoption of the bill: DoneganFarri*,' Fogarty ;'Gornto, ,John S. CadelL, chairman ,of the ,Enthusiastic speeches were made by'r, ..yi ..
upon;whlcli arrests .have .$3,000 continued for: the ; Aakhvi.t Anders n ?Brayton," Cribba, J'onseCLlLef:;iflddletorlaPlymp- eo committee' ,investigat L the matterof H.",C., Stanford. 1 '' -" ** '"srf consent "f '.' 'v, Davidson /Dam ,of Jackson Zim-llo parking the Bryan and L..D. Flint., \
nade arerrj attorney open
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)w.' Medical School at Waslttugtoltw1f Springs.' was' carried to Pensaoola '. X\\\\,

fill the vacanc.? created,.by.:{Surf eon. Tuesday' afternoon by...United. States ,7..'
'" I'' = STATE NEWS CONDENSED = 1 Hayden q -?' Deputy Marshal Lewis 'Hurlbert bas J.

': \ :;., \ St. Cloud Department I been commltteed to Jail byUnltedi
: I St..Petersburg. party-o? New States Commissioner J. J. SulVvan.,; "
h : York financiers, who &enU.eDt a1epreaenlatlve Jr. to await trial at the May term of'' t r
Palatka ,
dozens .
f* ____ Peniacolav What is believed to be by president Jarrett I to St Petersburg to '
; go the United States Court. ..
; a new world' record for altitude in a of attractive postcard reminders the local situation to determinethe ...
1 r t r News and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our Own hydro-aeroplane was made- by Lieut of time and place of the convention over feasibility of building a 11,000- Pensacola.-Th oil barge -Talsa,' f,: "t
P. N. Bellinger U. S. N., attached to have been mailed by B. R. Colson, ol "
Special: Correspondent Gainesville. 000 modern hotel, (n St. Petersburg of the Texas 'Oil Company !arrived yry
; i1 the naval aeronautic station here,
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of feet have not given up _the Idea and are at Pentacola a few d4s ago In tow
attained a height 10,000
t! .. In making the flight Lieutenant Bel- West Palm Beach.-J. E. Wideman still seeking to get hold of a desirable cf the tug Northwestern from fortArthur

Mr. 'and Mrs. I. N. 'Burch, who have day evening after spending a few linger required one hour and twenty will be made prosecuting attorney of site. Texau.: Tho Ti'lsa. carried a. .!diyt}.
+', the. winter in our midst left days with friends at Lake Alfred. minutes for the ascent then he shutoff the county court of this county, according -- supply of several thousand gallon of "
Tuesday spent for (heir northern home itt Mrs.. E. V. Cope and son arrive his engine and glided to earth tak- to advices received here. For- DeFunlak Springs. Henry Hul- oil for the mine layer' Pant ha, 'aad
i Elmwood, 111. ] Sunday from Fort Wayne, Ind. Mr ing sixteen minutes for the descent. mal appointment has not been mado, bert, the boy -who Is charged with I the torpedo boat destroyers la )turbo -
'.The hearts of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cope will come a little later and they; but the governor has assured Wide- I robbing the postofflce at DeFunlak r.
will make this their home Lake Worth Fire destroyed the de- man he will be the lucky man. He
the probably
,{ Eaton were gladdened on morning of the Florida East Coast Railway will succeed Gordon R. uroome, re
Mrs. Rode and three( pot --
the I Mr. i
,of the twenty-third by arrival I
here last week. The cause: signed.
of daughters, of Urownstown, 111., who< company
a son.
Mrs.. Sarah Pierce entertained verlpll ; have been spending the winter here of the conflagration has not been made Pensacola.-B. F- Morgan, a traveling '"
nicely last Thursday afternoon in left Tuesday for their northern home known. salesman out of Nashville, was
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'1;, ,)', honor of Mrs. Henry Wallace and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. II V. Tallman of I' Ciainesvillc.--The next grand lodge 1 found dead in his room in a local hotel ]
T' 'tJ.'r Henry Gessford who expect to return Mason, Mich., who have been spending meeting of Odd Fellows will I lie held The deceased reached this city at( HALL &
north in the near future. The l' the winter here, left Saturda;) in Sanford. Most of the delegates! 10:30:; o'clockf coming from Jacksonville GOODMANf
ladies have spent many winters i in for their northern home.Mrs. I preferred the (',.I'ry City on accountof and retired. When he failed to
St. Cloud and hope to return. Cake, . K. Ii. RaHoy who has pent its location Jacksonville, Sarasota come down stairs the door was opened -
"!{, ice cream and bonbons were serve) the past two years in St. Cloud\ left and Arcadia also offered invitations.The and the body found lying on the floor.
and the many guests compliment! Tuesday to spend some time at He election of grand officers was held He had! apparently fallen dead on entering (:::1
the hostess on the pleasant afternoon bit, WIN before going on to Canada and resulted JIM follows: Deputy) grandmaster the room.
\ Mrs. Rucker Adams, of chautauqui' Mr. and Mrs AIi.!'rl Livingston I left j Charles II. Frederichson, ]',>n- r "i
work for' Tuesday for a six months' stay in the J. C. (Conallv Miami. Count Frederick von HaKt'n -
fame, was in St. Cloud last Hacola; grand warden,
several days. north, stopping at Makin, Ga., for a Jacksonville; grand treasurer, Port V. /<; formerly a resident. of Mecklens- ; ;
: George ))urKan and sister left month, before going to visit their Ron l 1 Ix-avengood, of Ocala, re-t.!<...t.I; burn-Scliwurin, near the Ball lc, but Meats
Tuesday for Chicago. George; will 10 at Owosso. Mich., and will also. visit I grand representatives to soverign for the past twenty years living In .t
s on to Manistique Mich. friends in Ohio before returning grand lodge, '(C. I 1)). Kinehart, Jack New; York has. just returned to Miami -
Judge Decker is attending court In south. sonville. from an Intl'r.>..ttng-trlp to theI'JvoruladeH
: Kissimmee this week. Mr. and :Mrs.. W. K. Warner, Mrand ----- -- He visited. the Okee-
r, (). 'C. Knight, local freight and: Mrs. J. F.. Daniels, and baby,, Ja'ksonville.-Capt. Charles EdwinGarner chobeo section and went as far went
ticket agent, leaves Saturday for a Ruth, and Miss Kiln McAllister. mo- chairman of the board of directors as Lake Ickporhci. Count von lla-
Kissimmee. Sunday afternoon. of the Florida National )bunk, returned much pleased with
'j i. month's stay with friends at Tivoli, tored to I gen very andProduce
I 1 III En route he will spend a few day C. II. Hirdsull, who has not been died here last Friday. the upper l rglades and said that
ri at his old home, Mascot Lake county, well for some. time left Saturday last Clermont.-An-elderly- gentleman, he will return' to Miami next fall and
u r'i Florida. He will be accompanied by for I'rophetntown 111. Mr. liirdsall Mr. Fitzsimmons, of iroveland; meta locate In the heart of them. ,I
\i Mrs. KnightThe was accompanied by his son, Bela tragic death in a sink hole near this .election'
n dances at the pavilion on the Hirdsall, of Prophetstown, III. pla('". Mr. Fitzsimmons had evidently" bond
he Mrs. J. F. Knapp, Mrs. Preston add at Homestead a few days ago
lake shore will now given everyd driven his horse to the hole for
, ":; Thursday night. The young folks hud Raynor, Mrs. Rouse and Miss Phillipsgo water the animal stepping into the for the purpose of deciding whethera I
.7 a great time at these dances last summer Wednesday to Orlando, where theywill I big hole, drowning, together with his special road district should be created ,
8 and expect to do so again this join the Cohen party going north. master. The wagon was found floating and bonds Issued In the sum of
ryt summer. Come on down next Thursday Mrs Knapp and Mrs. Raynor will return in the water which led to the recovery $100.000 for Improving the same 1
night. in the fall. of the dead bodies of Mr. Fiti-( carrIed by a vote of 76 to 12. The f
s : K. S. Crook left Thursday for a Mr. and Mrs. William Pierce, who simmons and his horse. The unfor- new district extends from Homestead Announce the opening of their new market in the
brief visit to his old home at Lanigs- have their winter home here, left Fri- tunate man came to Florida several to Cape Sable, and the rock road will i
burg, Mich., returning to St. Cloud day to spend the summer at Binghamton / years ago with a party from Chicago \bt built connecting those points and Butler Building on Broadway
the latter part of June. Mr. Crook N. Y. opening up an Immense area of the ;
states that nothing could induce him Mr. and Mrs. Houser and two children Gain"RvilJe.That the fourth an- finest farming and grove land In the' i
l to remain from St. Cloud dur- of Narcoosee, left Tuesday for nual convention of Florida Association state. The road will be known officially '
d ing the summer away as this is the coolest their northern home in Ohio. of Title Men, which is to meet in as "Ingram Highway: or' Everything Brand New
Gainesville; :U! to 5, will be very "
.t ? place he has ever resided in. Mrs. Mae Houser and small daughter Mar Homestead to Cape Sable Boulevard. i
well attended is the
Mrs. D. L. Rice and daughter, and Mrs. Mitzel, of Narcoosee, interesting
.A I). C., were St. Cloud callers Monday. general opinion of those in touch with Ml.aml.-J. S. Murphy, owner of
? Marie returned to '
1 Saturday, night after spending a few I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Easton and son, the situation. In addition to the invi- i property at the edge of the Everglades Clean and SanitaryIn
1 here the pleasure of the Clarence, left Tuesday morning to tations and splendid program mailed west of Miami has brought,
; days enjoying
; the state t
to the abstractors throughout
the at Waterveliet. suit against: the Gritting Brothers
breeze that blows from off the lake. spend summer i
i 'a I J. H. a business callerat ----------- of Miami, for $2 0,-
Capt. D. H. Winship, Co. F, 23rdIllinois Ferguson was --------- -------- Nursery company I
Western and
c connection with the highest grade
from dlseaseed
left Wednesday for Los Angeles Kissimmee Tuesday- ff l. alleging damages I
; '' l Cal., and will visit San Francisco I The Priscilla dub met on Friday nursery stock which he claims the j! Florida Meats. We will handle a completeline
and the Panama exposition. lie April 23, with Mrs. Warner. Quite a Live Stock News nursery company planted on his land. I
'ti came to St. Cloud on the tenth day large number was in attendance and of vegetables and other
of last October and has been with us after a brief business session, the Over the StateFour Key West.--Past Assistant Surgeon -
a all winter. He likes St. Cloud very meeting was turned over to the hostess Reynolds Hayden, U. S. Navy, farm produce
much and says its people are the best for the social hour. "The stunt"was son of Captain E. E. Hayden com-
on earth. He will return next fall. the re-arranging/ of words to their mandant of the U. S. Naval Station
Mrs. Ha Covington has granddaugh- '' proper places in sentences. Mrs. Della Carloads to St. LouU. at Key West, and Mrs. Hayden, has Butter Eggs Poultry FishWe
t .ter, and her little son, Andy will remain Sage won the quarter, which was J. W. Mathis and Eli Sanders have been detached from the U. S. S. Alert ,
with us for about ten days turned into the club, and after dainty shipped four carloads of cattle from I and ordered to proceed to Washington -
"' { when they will go to Wyoming. The refreshments the club adjourned to Crystal Springs Fla., to St Louis. D. C., to await further orders
captain says he has had a dandy time meet in two weeks with Mrs. Gladys The cattle are described as having'/ /Assistant Surgeon W. W. Cress who give in the Auto Contest
j here-and especially has he enjoyed Baker on New York avenue. The been extra fine. The cattle raising hall been detached from the Naval coupons -
club will have their parcel post sale is expanding rapidly in the
f his Thursday evenings spent at the industry ,
For Reed's Bread
A r shoots of the gun club of which he May 1 in Oak Grove park in connection vicinity of Crystal Springs.To Agents
We will be to welts with the box social given by the
is i a member. glad .
Raise Cattle in Florida.L.
Ladies' Improvement club. Everybody When
. come him back. buyBREAD-
L. L. Lucas, in charge of the business come and help a good cause. B. Sager, a prominent attorneyof
department of the Tribune I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Skinner of Urbania, III., will raise cattle on a'' Call Us On Phone 209 .
t', .1 spent the week-end with relatives at Lansing, Mich., who have been spend portion of a tract of 6,000 acres near
ing the winter at Kisnimmee, are the Kustis, Fla., which he has just pur-
I Ii
_Tampa.Pitching quoits is the moat popular I-guests for a few days of Mr. and chaned. He will have 1,000 acres
of the old comrades-and Mrs J. J. McKenzie, St Cloud. Mr. cleared at once, and will grow natal
the pastime younger fellows also. There is and Mrs. Skinner start by auto on grass for cattle. He also will put out Ask for the BEST
,i a game or two on almost continuously Monday next for their northern home. orange trees. i ooooo oooooooooooo oo oooooooooooooooooooooooo."COW .

t Will Stock With Cattle.E. .
E. Hoppe Co. K, 15th Mo., and Fla. I We make it. Every Grocer sells it
WORK RESUMED ON H. Palmer, Winter Park PEAS"
wife left Thursday for their home I who owns 14,000 acres in Putnam "
Fostoria Ohio. Mr. Hoppe has let a county plans to stock with cattle and

contract for a six-room bungalow for NEW RAILROAD LINEWork engage in raising them. His purposeto o. K. BAKERY All the standard varieties in dock. WilLsell you one quart or i
", fi two families to be finished by the considerable extent is to breed
a carload. How do want and where do want them \
,. middle of October, on Massachusettsavenue up from native cows with pure bred one many you yon
;, and Thirteenth street. They bulls. Mr. Palmer will fence the en- delivered
Cc will return-in the fall and bring not has. been begun in earnest op tire tract and build silos and sheds- '
less than two'with them and perhaps the South Florida & Gulf railroad the
wore. new line at Kenansville, under the direction Building Dairy Barn. OOf0 000011004.. 41NN r
+, Willis D. 'left for Center of C. H. Armstrong, chief en The Valrico Jersey Dairy, Valrico, I LGOMPANY ,
Village. Conn., a few days ago. He gineer. Fla., is building a brick dairy barn THE 4
+ will'return in the fall. St. Cloud 1 is Fifteen carloads of steel have ar- 32x114 feet. The plans were prepared ; QRAYSTONEL PLANT CUT, FLORIDA. I
-. '.r ; :'' .his home and he is proud of it. rived and the rails are now being laid by Architects Walker & Chase, Atlanta .
Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Seventeenth at a lively rate. Mr. Armstrong has Ga.Hogs.
and Connecticut avenue, left on April been seeking laborers and told visitors
{ 21 for their vacation in the north from this section that He could use for Breeding Purposes. L .. TIDIHAI. ,..s,. I.D. niTEI. Up.
+ with relatives and friends. They were 100 men. In the past week several I. P. Costine, of near Lake City I OOOOOOOOO"0" '4 O><"**< c44"e-fr OOOO 0400C OOO.
Br :" accompanied by Mrs. Chase and Mrs. automobile loads of workers have Fla., shipped 141 hogs to Lakeland
goneto Fla. the most of them to be used for I RoundC.W.GRIFFIN 4
rr 'V Roxine Beliss- They will make the Open Year
Kenansville to take jobs on the railroad -
i water. Mr. Smith owns breeding purposes in the section ad- F A
Journey by construction gangs.
+j ; several homes here. Both ladies have jacent to Lakeland. < O* 0 0- < Build Repair NOW !I
located here also. May they have a TO HONOR 1HKI nAY New Florida-Stock Farm.R. or

r'/'/ pleasant journey and safe return. The Kissimmee Audubon Societywill 1) DeVault, Johnson City, Tenn.,
Y A large crowd went to Kissimmee honor Bird Day, which Is to be has purchased 800 acres five miles r
i : y" on Tuesday morning, to attend the observed throughout Florida, by givIng from Umatilla Fla., and will 'begin
opening of the spring term of the a free entertainment at the development of it immediately. A :
circuit court. Chapter }House on Tuesday night. stock farm will be established it be- '
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson Mr. May 4th. A program that promisesto ing proposed to make it one of the For 30 ,
t and Mrs. Preston Raynor were the please all will be rendered! and a finest in Lake county. Mr. DeVault, Staple and Fancy : Days
3 guests on Thursday l last of Mr. and cordial Invitation: Is extended to the who is a brother of G-eo DeVault
Mrs. William Fancher on Carolina public. Mrs. W. n. Miklnson w'M president of the bank of Umatilla,
'I N avenue. conduct the program. Mrs. J. M.I spent three weeks investigating the GROCERIES: : j We Are Offering
4 4 I Mr. and Mrs. 'E. D. French, "who Willson, president; Mrs. N. H. Norris stock raising possibilities in the vicin- I J 1
have spent a pleasant winter in our secretary. The program will be ity of Umatilla and with especial re- .
yd Wonder City left Wednesday for principally a musical one. K. McPherson gard to the (growing of natal grass as ,, FOR CASH
.t i" their home*at St Cloud Minn., but and Miss Margaret Nelson have a feed for live stock. Following the Free Delivery to all Parts :
?1'' expect to return early in September.Mrs. consented to sing. investigation he bought the land the
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Ella Davidson was a caller at been made from the
purchase having of the City
r. tt Kissimmee on Wednesday.Mrs. The tonnage of the Great Lakes Umatilla Orange & Grapefruit Co., i Lumber, Shingles, Laths, and Shop
'r rs A. B. Daniels returned Mon- fleet in 1914 amounted to 2,939,786. Umatilla. :
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w 1 ; Graduation Shoes GIS Dressed Framing - - 14.50


3 Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 14.50
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'( We have a full line of Baby Doll Styles for Misses and Children Let: us have your bill, we will surprise you. If you

Ladies'.High Heels and Low Heels in want material, we manufacture from the stump and
t -: Plain White and in Black and White "
can save you money. GUARANTEE grade and -

1)rI ' In all the Latest Styles and Materials ---Both Neat and Attractive workmanship to be. up to the STANDARD.t"' ."

nor F .1
Our Special this Week is a Very Pretty White Canvas Goodyear Welt with the Louis Cuban Heel; the regular \

I'C' .t I $3.50 Kind at $3.00 !

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Paris-Elffh brigadier generaland .
',W.. ..W. ',Young, of': Liberty 'Center" perhaps'.looked' somewhat different tome eleven general of division! ban
O.: whose Utter about the fish\ law was .'than to those accustomed to the'' been retired or placed on the reserves,
published pat week in The Valley Gazette scenes. Though this part-of,the city and replaced by the younger and more .
fi has written a letter to Secretary i* naturally beautiful,! could not help' active men.,
Prenust of the board of trade acknowledging but think how much prettier it would'
his.error. In this letter be If all the property owners or Mai-, Chlca .-Jess Willard told friend
ha also suggest many thing for the dents in that section would each give he got $13,000 for winning the chainplonshlp -
good of Kissimmee. The Utter, which their properties a littie' more attention. :' from Jack Johnson, at Havana .
is a very entertaining one,.read as That part of the city would be like atins Cuba.IrapuatO.
follow: i park if each resident would cleanup ] : Mex. General 51O99c'f. .
all the rubbish, cut out or grub out
J. W. Prentis, Sec. Board of Xrade, I all\ the unsightly bushes, take away' In a statement, charged that Villa had
Kissimmee Fla. their fences, sow grass seed and keep taken prisoner his brother, Francisco
Obregon, sixty old, and who bad y
Dear Sir:-Your reply of 16th inst.,I green lawns to the edge. of the road years to
been living at Guadalajara restore
is received and though a stunner for' ways. The present condition makesa his shattered health and had removedhim
me, I am extremely glad to get It.I I stranger feel that the residents in ,
A stunner because you show me thatI I' that section of town care little what to prison at Chihuahua. Obregon
said he believed Villa would order his
was wrong. Glad because I was I impression their town makes upon brother executed if he had not already
wrong. In this case it affords me him, but it is an important thing. don, Store "
more than ordinary pleasure to offeran I People from the north are constantly so.Chicago. Department
apology. for the reason that I am touring Florida and the town that puts .-John Cudahy, one of the
already a property owner, both in up the best appearance and shows the founders of Chicago's packing indus-
Kissimmee and in the county outsideof greater pride and enterprise is the try and millionaire board of trade
the city, and I am so fascinated one that appeals to the stranger. The leader, died at his home here.
with that section, and particularly Kis- very fact that a town is kept up and 1
simmee, that it is not at all unlikely I is clean and prosperous looking, gives Indianapolis, Ind.-Merger of the
that myself and family may become a stranger the impression that then United Brethren and the Methodist
permanent residents at no distant must be a reason for it and that it \is Protestant churches was approved by OPENS
time, and therefore it is that I am certainly a good place to locate in. I the committees on union of the two I
concerned in all that pertains to the J. M. Willson sets a good example in I denominations here. The proposal to
t growth and prosperity of Osceola keeping his property attractive, but it I combine the churches will be submit- .
county. seems to me that even he could still ted to a vote of the United Brethren
rl I thought it almost inconceivablethat improve the appearance of his prop- congregations. The Methodists already 4l
the people of your county shouldbe erty by taking away his'fences. As I have approved it-
what seemed to me to be so said before, with the fences away and
sighted'as to wish for such a all the property cleaned up and the New York.-,Justice Kendrick hand \
I burlesqued in my letter, but short-I I grounds smoothed and seeded to grass, ed down to decision granting Harry We Invite the Public of Kissimmee and Osceola County'
not know but that possibly 1 north Kissimmee would be as beauti- Thaw a hearing to determine whetherhe
fully understand the situation. To ful as a park. If a few would take I is insane, before a jury. The trialis visit
make sure that I' was right before the lead and with a little publicity set for May 17. Thaw took news to pay us a ,
writing you, I read the proposed bill given the matter, I believe a great of the long sought victory calm and
through the second time. It only illustrates change would be made there. smiling, when Informed if the decisionIn
once more, how easy it is In concluding this letter, I am glad I his cell at Matteawan. '
for one to .get an impression that to say I have a great amount of faith I 1 st ,
sticks. I wish to express my admiration in the future of Kissimmee and Os- I Paris.-Adele Hugo, the youngest Saturday May v
and my appreciation of your kindly ceola county. And I think there are daughter of Victor Hugo, died at he
residence in Suresns, a suburb of this
for this faith. Whenone I
_t ] reply. It merited something more good grounds
considers the varied of city, at the age of eighty-five years.
caustic, and I would not have been quality t
surprised to have received something soils in Osceola county, it's latitude I New Orleans.-A revolver and a And note the Many Bargains we are offering I '',+
quite pointed. As it is, I am enclosing I and climate, its lakes and streams and I mask were found here near the spot
twenty-five cents, silver, and wish you its possible diversity of enterprise, 'where a man who gives the name of
to have a good smoke with it, since surely he must feel that nothing will Harry Lester was arrested after fast u.-
the treat is on me- ever hold it back. Then pick up the I passenger train No.1 on the Louis- Ii,
My family and myself spent the map and notice the location of Kis ville & Nashville railroad was held '
winter in Kissimmee, and though. it simmee. Its geographical location and robbed and Peter Marcey, the up We Will Give Away Valuable Premiums
was sometimes a little cool, yet, when alone is enough to insure its growth, baggage master, was shot and seriously .
compared to our northern temperatures to say nothing of the tempered winds wounded. Marcey's wounds l 1 9t
M it was mild indeed. which come to it in the interior or its may
Permit me to make one suggestion position for business and commerce prove Coupons Given with Every Purchase can be exchang'J
before closing: this letter: I was much when the surrounding country is developed Atlanta, Ga.-Leo M. Frank, who i i. ,
impressed with the natural beauty of or to its splendid climate for under death sentence for the murderof William A. Silverware ;
north JHssimmee. Nature has done all who wish to get enjoyment out of Mary Phagan, through his attor- ed for Genuine Rogers
much to make that part of the city life. Respectfully, neys, today filed a petition with the +6
beautiful, but, being a stranger, thIngs W. W YC UNG. Georgia prison commission asking that +
his sentence be commuted to life im in Show Window ;
--------------- prisonment. Frank contends that he See Samples on Display

Is innocent and declares that the principal -
4 evidence upon which he was con-
1, victed was questionable' and of unre-

E TRAIN TO GET MANSheriff TO AN liable I..ondon.-The character. freighter Ruth- was WE HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF ,

sunk by a German submarine 100

county, held L. H.up Ingram the midnight, of Osceola train INACTIVE LIVER Sea.miles The east Leith crew of May was island rescued in the and North land- CANDIES AT PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU.or j

northbound on the Atlantic Coast Line t2
last FridaynigM Many of the troubles of life, auehas Washington.The German embassy ."'1 [ ,n r-'
No, the sheriff didn't t have any ulterior headache, indigestion, constipationand announced it had information "froma ; t. '
motive, nor was he playing lack of energy are due to inactive reliable source" that a British bat- Here are just a few of our Bargains. Look, them, ovenChildren's ; I :

Jesse James. livers. tleship was severely damaged in the .
He happened to be a passenger on GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX is a natural last Zeppelin attack over the Tyne. Safety Razor b
home from vegetable remedy that will get I 48 lOcSafety
the train route
I, As he stepped, en from the train Tampa.he was the liver right and make these trou- II London.-Seven million Poles, of Dre -lOc. 25c and C only __________________ .
handed a message from the sheriff of bles disappear. It has none of the I whom 2.000.000 are Jews, are in dire Middy Blouses ,-" J -i

': Polk county, asking him to arrest one dangers of disagreeable after effectsof need of food, according to a statement 1.50 kind for only__________ 98 C Razor Blades 3 in ::1 OC' ,'
f, Andrew Harris, who was a passenger calomel. by Hermann Laundau, a prominent package, only ____,_._.._. '.. .;" .
"o' in a Pullman car on the same train. Get a 60c or $1 bottle of this splen- Jewish philanthropist associated with. 'Boy, Panu 10c:. 25c. 48 ' '
Upon Sheriff Ingram's request the did remedy from your druggist today. Jewish charities here. 35c and ..______________. C 8-oiinc bottle. of Hydrogen pit'l !(; \ '

lit\ti: train was held until he got his man. Every bottle bears the likeness at L. Dallas, Tex.Twenty Ladies' Vests 5c.., "' Peroxide,,.only_ _..__ lOc 1\\" :,:;?11:
who it persons, ? ? .
Harris wa..eharced with passing bad K. Grigsby, guarantees perhaps ) S ,. ,,.. ,'. .
.". I checks at Lakeland. After Harris had through Osceola Pharmacy. 16-4t more, met death in a rain, electrical IOC and _____;____________ -' C Pound c1tof'.TalCum: t[ ,
been lodged in jail the sheriff received and windstorm, general overnearly 42-inch Voile 6ne quality, usually sold for t25'Powder
o' ..; letter from Sheriff Hand of Seml- all Texas and eastern Okla- only _____________ C fi
a homa. Resultant floods have Inter- $1 to $1.25 a

.i,1 note similarly] county described, stating man that who he wanted gave his a AUTO TURNS TURTLE wire.rupted Austin communication felt the by brunt rail of and yard; onlyGuaranteed ______________ 48 C Colgate Talcum Powder, assorted odors, the '

r" name as R. M. Nelson and claimed he storm, which, in the Hose for men, women and children regular 25c kind i i
places, reached 15
was from St. Louis, Mo. The letter 2 ESCAPE UNINJURED proportions. The death toll cyclonic at- only, V for only : C :
from Sheriff Hand stated that Nelson the capital is expected to be at least a pair ---________________ 0 C
claimed to represent the United Cigar fifteen. Best bargain ever offered in Kissimmee on E.'a
Hand knit seamless Half Hose C
Stores company. Both sheriffs were -- ,
notified of the arrest and both sent F S. Ledbetter and J. F. Clarkson Montrose, N. Y.-Frederick W. for men, a pair ______________ C Toilet Paper; 8 large s C 1
I narrowly escaped serious injury, if not I Seward, assistant rolls for '" "
deputies for him. Deputy SheriIDan secretary of state ---------- ---
I Marshall, of Lakeland was the lucky death, Monday afternoon, when the In the cabinets of President Lincoln, Ladies'and Children's Fancy 98 f\ ,J
Home. Office School Dictionary 5 .1-4 by .
, man and carried back the prisoner automobile in which they were riding Johnson and Hayes, and son of the Parasols 15c, 25c 4& and or
t. after coming to an agreement with turned turtle on the turnpike not far late Secretary of State William H. Fountain Pens 71-2. pages, 25

! county.Deputy Sheriff Will Lee, of Seminole from.the Ledbetter cemetery.Mr. was. driving the car, Seward, died here In his 86th year. lOc, 15c and ____________ 25 C for nlly40---------_------ C ?}-

i owned by W. H. Arnold, when in some .
Troy N. Y.-Mrs. Mary Louise r .. -
I! HOME FOIIMH OK RHEUMATISM manner he lost control of the steering Peebles, author of The Little Caotaln. | : rt
's CURABLE. wheel 1 and struck a post at the side of I Twinkle and Winkle, and many Y I PREMIUM LIST ,
the The road is paralleledat ]
roadway. other books and who wrote under
''f t Rheumatism Is a disease character this point by a deep ditch and the the nom de plume of Lunde, died One set, six knives and six forks, Refers' 'if
{ized by pains in the joints and in car turned over into the ditch, throwing here, aped 81. Roger A-No. 1 Silver six Teaspoons. A-No. 1 Silver. ft
i the muscles. The most common both men to the ground. The ma-
in eo. .
forms are: Acute and Chronic Rheumatism chine was badly damaged, but both I..ondon.-The German rushes In Only $30 in Coupons. $110 .*
escaped with only minor scratchesand On twenty-six piece Combination Set
Rheumatic Headaches, Sci- men Flanders and the Woevre where they
atic Rheumatism and Lumbago. All bruises. claim considerable successes are be- Rogers' A-No. Silver, six Tablespoons. Roger Silverware. t

. _e of these types can be helped absolutely MAYOR'S COURTIn lieved to be forerunners of another $60 in Coupons. $ZOO in Coupon '
' n by applying some good liniment big effort to break through the allied ... .
that penetrates. An application mayor's court Monday morningthe lines In the west. ..
of Sloan's Liniment two or following cases were disposed of: For many days Belgium has been
.r three times a day to the affected part Everett Hansell and Tally Bass, lined sealed from the observation of neutrals See Our Assortment of Ribbon ,p
will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment $16 and costs each on charges of while German reinforcements Big
Is good for pain, and especially nghtlng; J. L. Wilcox, charged with are being moved to the south to,take
C I Rheumatic Pain, because it penetrates being drunk, and disorderly, forfeited part In a new, which they < We have Ribbons in various colors and sizes ranging ;in price from 1 cent to 25 t > '
;' to the scat of trouble, soothes a bond of $10: J. J. Dunn, on tbe hope is to carry them to Calais. The
the afflicted part and draws the pain. same charge was lined $6 and costs;; attack in Flanders orlg'nally leveledat cents a yard. Don't fail to see the regular 35 cent Ribbons which we are selling ; ,

y. r "Sloan' Liniment is all medicine." H. W. Weaver and John Hester on I tbe> Franch. has been transferredto at 23 cents a yard. ; ;
Get a Z6c. bottle now. Keep It handy the same charge were fined $10 and the British lines held by the Canadians -
i I in case of emergency. I costs.. on the Immed'ate right of the
French, and here for two days the '
men from the dominion have been engaged Special Inducement '
U CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! In a deadly contest with the ,
L* rmans. The Germans claim further
progress toward Ypres and that To every person purchasing $1 in merchandise on Saturday, May

Iii j ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITEr British pulsed. counter attacks have been re- 1st, and Monday, May 3rd, we will give a premium coupon equal In gr w ;

value to a $5 purchase, which may be applied with other coupons 1

,l to London.-A the Exchange Copenhagen Telegraph...says,dispatch that on any of the premiums we offer.Makinson's i

c' Urn Tom" Starts Your Urn Here's my guarantee--Go to any drug leading German papers declare the k
? store and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod' German fleet Is willing now to ac- .
ri Better nil Calomel asd Doesil aon's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful: tonight cept battle In the North Sea. The en-
) and If It doein't straighten you tire fleet the papers declare, several
r .Salivate or Make Yoi Sick. right up and make you feel 1 fine and times has cruised over the North Sea f
i vigorous by morning I want you to go vainly seeking the British fleet.
back to the store and get your money, 5 10. "di9,9cl M
i" Listen to met I Take no more sickening ''Dodaon's Liver Tone j ia destroying the The custom- has been started In '1 5f ,1
f salivating calomel when bilious\ or sale of calomelOOO..U.\ ... it ii real liver ;
work I therefore wme, western cities of printing the ; .nrte
constipated. Don't loss a day' medicine; entirely vegetable, it ,
maiden. of, ,
name a woman after that
Quicksilverwhich not salivate make ..ick.I '. '
( Calomel is mercury or can or you ... ....
of her husband in the directory. ,,
cause necrosis of the ben*. guarantee. that one spoonful of Dod. ; ", 'of' 1.f1t.
M' Calomel, when it come into contact son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish '
:q with sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver to'work and clean you* bowels of 'Calling Card Deparirneot 'Sf ore rI r\\: ;:; ;x,; !'

t, it up. This I* wbea\ you feel that. awful that sour bile and constipated wait Wadding Announcement I It...., 0.; ,J. .
and cramping. If are slug- which la clogging system and>> making I .. ..r co"" ..
you your '' 1\:< ,
t" nausea and "all knocked out,* if your you.feel miserable I guarantee hat t Cnjgravinjft Work *Spsedtlr'w ; > .,.. is\ ,,a Y.\ '1' 4i'of ;'I''f.t'' a' 'y", : A :{"f" : :' ,if
Rish I* torpid and( bowel eomtipitedor a' bottle of Dodson'a ,Liver Tene' will jr / ff..t on*** G."tted 11 & ;. '' ,. "" 4: f / '
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't you bar beadaebe./. dlulDeW, coated I keep your entire family feeling; flin fo-j! : .
r t r, tongue, if breath Is I bad 'or stomach sour : months. Give it to your children. 'It Is LEaS JEWELERS. .. "
take a'spoonful of .hannleas Dod- harmless doeaa't gripe and they like It* :..IAX-, -.h .. ,
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t, ',"{" t PUBLISHED\ >oa ZTVBRT XI88UUUIJII.08CB0L4: I"RTDAT.: OFFICE wur' VA .LTST FLORIDA.GAZETTE BvlY.ulNd. Everywhere over 'Florida interest paramount in plan to aecure'the Kissimme< ,,

; official route of the Dixie Highway, originally planned* as an improved roadway 'The Washington Post .says that the .

W.. B. HARRIS and E. G. VANS AGNEW OWNERS from Chicago to Miami. Now however both the west coast and central : biggest "kicker" against ''a newspaper, ;
their hats into the and fighting hard to get The board of. trade of Klstirnm, is the man who I< owes it money or
. E. E.. NAUGLE, Editor and Manager. Florida have cast ring are recognition Fla., is Interested in a movement to cent towards Its .,
i never pay a *upport.TitusvUl
from the promoter of the highway. secure packing plant and cold storage - Advocate- a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES One COpy, one ".u.__________________..___-.Il'-or Whether the Dixie Highway name it given to any one of the route or I to warehouse for that city, which i. -
e x One copy 'ala ,month_..:..____.l.O0 On. copy three months......... ..4.i all of them the movement will have accomplished much good for the good located in one of the best cattle raistng Chris Codrington. editor of the I)..', :'
counties of Florida. S. B. 'Ault- Land New and president of the State
(i y All'' communications, except from our authorised oorr.spondnts, musttsmvd bel road cause in Florida. There*it already enough evidence in the militant man is chairman of the committee Press association is going fishing
.ca l w .. br tie writer. .' unlea.' called for. spirit of the various sections to prove that Florida it alert and active-in the having the matter directly in charge. every Saturday at noon. He announce ,
Rejected matter'will act be returned tBnUred good roads forward movement. In no other section of the country through Southeast Live Stock Columbus' I IKissimmee G.. that the New Publishing company fi

7 f'' ( at the Po.toTI". In Kl .lmm .. Florid. a.,.oond-olaas, matter.) which the roadway will past ha there been to much interest shown as right) has-a+-fish business that and will not be closed reopened at noon until every Monday SaturdayV at the "V". I

t'' a here in Florida. is important and is bringing !rOod,
FRIDAY APRIL 30, 1915Let's head of his editorial columns, and
The thing for Florida counties to do whether they are selected at on the money into the city. "Fish are now closes with an article about "Hibernating ,

official route or not, it to build roads that "go somewhere"-roads which are being shipped from"here to Kansas for the Summer and about the '.'
in carload lots the Valley
i y Clean Kissimmee into another that those who with to travel City says fine fishing in the lakes near DeLand. .(
, Jai Up continuous through one county so Gaz.tte"While the Livingston-Tyi Talk about Flutes. Miami Metropolis.
a r lti, can" know that they will be able to do so over good highway company has been shipping fish inconsiderable
Difference ,
Orange county is at work now bricking her highway to the Osceola quantity for some time Here's. : '
board of trade with the moral support of the city council a number the carload sent out Tuesdax was (the Can '
The the
that lead
1 county line. Seminole county is likewise building highway to first movement of that size, says I the :
Y;I, of member of which were present at the meeting, has set May 6 and as county lines. The county commissioners of Osceola have promised to build paper. "That this is a big enterprisefor Secure Absolutely | .

general clean-up days for Kistimmee. The council will set its official stamp of the connecting link from the Orange county line: to Kissiromee and on to the Kissimmee is proved when it Is Happiness. ,., I

! a' approval upon the plan at the meeting to be held next week. Polk county line and then if Polk county will do her part and construct a known between that a carload and of 16,000 fish pounds.amountsto Creates f'
41 The "clean-up"' idea was suggested because of the fact that on Saturday the central Florida will be 14,000 Repugnance; '! l:
direct roadway from line to line route through The paper says that shipments in this
t'' it May 8, a large crowd of visitor is expected to be in Kissimmee as a result of complete. The central Florida route is nearer to actual completion than any way will now continue regularly Encourages .

Y; the movement for a Fair Day and exhibition of fruit products to be shown other. For that reason there is a strong argument in our favor. Even if some Jacksonville TimesUnion.After Introduces Disagreements; ...

f r in addition: to the cattle sale planned by the stockmen of the county and aided ether route should be selected central Florida could capture all the traffic years of-unrelenting<0--- effort in Trouble. h.v'

;} by the board of trade. because the counties in this section could be first to complete the roadwayi behalf of the remnant of Seminole 1 Indiana -Palm Beach Post.

But to announce proclaim or order a "ilean-up" day does not suffice. All we need do is to "get busy"and complete the roads. The traffic will come : left in Floridak Mrs. Minnie, has Your local newspaper can shout its :t

The board of trade has the promise of Mayor May that he will lend I his help< where the roads are best, whether it is called the Dixie Highway or any othtiighsoundmg cause Moore-Willson to feel gratified, that relief i for head off about being able to purchase .
ordinances of .the city along this line and cheaply at home as elsewhere, but
R. a, in any way possible to enforce the name. that tribe will soon be furnished by as \
''i elsewhere wijl be found a statement from him in which he advises citizens on Speaking of the Dixie Highway the Orlando Reporter-Star says' the state.-Perry Herald. if the of merchants the advertising do not space avail it themselves has- ;
-- ; what to do. But all of this cannot accomplish the actual cleaning up of t they "If it is possible to secure the Dixie Highway to include Orlando this The Kissimmee Valley Gazette says for sale and "show" the readers the ;

city without the active co-operation of the citizens themselves livery man should be done. The road is to be built from Chicago to Miami and is to pas that the most of the criminal cases on editor's efforts availeth naught. Get

e ) woman and child in the city ought to be enough interested in the appearance through seven states and the commissioners have held one meeting only. ]It the docket are blind tigers, there It being is- busy Zolfo and Springs show Truth.CltlTKlZKN them,. Mr. Merchant. .,
criminal cases.
: of the city to lend a hand without being urged to do so. It is public spirit trade this in the handsof nearly forty
k 15 not too late for the Orlando board of to put matter hard to suppress the sale of liquor. 4O JOOOOOOOOOOOO
'ii '"' that accomplishes things and not official orders or resolutions. its good roads committee with instructions to make every possible effort to There is such promise of good profit3 O 4.
r Let' show to the visitors who come ere| that we know how to keep clean. secure the location of .the Dixie Highway through this immediate section. The with small outlay and no work. Besides O LKUIHLATUKK OO

''t W Let' begin now and let May 6. the. "clean-up"' be the climax. The time maybe combined work that Seminole and Orange counties are doing to further the think enjoy.-Live of the good Oak Democrat.An company .the O

short but even in that short time with unanimous effort Kissimmee can be good roads cause would be the strongest possible bid to offer for the highway. tigers --0-- 004000000000.0 OOOOOOOOO
Trim the flower beds, cut down the weeds and extensive sale of cattle will be
brightened up remarkably. up Then if Osceola comes in and builds the short connecting link to Kissimme Hex s boosting characteristics have
\ ; tall grass pick up all the tin cans bottles trash and litter of every description. we see no reason why Sanford. Orlando and Kissimmee should not be included. held the at live Kissimmee stock ,raisers Fla., May who 8.are Someof arranging been sufficiently ventilated before

place it in boxes, tacks, barrels galvanized iron cans or other receptacles and The cut across from Kissimmee to the east coast, linking at Fort Pierce couldbe for it are Cobb & Derby, York the readers" of your valuiWo touriu-1
t leave it where the city scavengers can get it. They will be instructed I by negotiated with as much ease as probably any stretch of road on the direct Ala., and the following, of Kissimmee: to entitle him to the rep-iditt u* a .

: r Mayor May and the council committee to take it away gratis.There line: from St. Johns to St. Lucie. In any event: the matter is worthy of investigation C. A., H.Carson C. Stanford E. L- Leslie John ,M.Pat Lee Johnson andE. has booster.invariably One kept general In view principal, /I.e : lie of

,, i i. till time left to paint up also. Dress up the sheds and outbuildings and effort. The Reporter-Star advises the board of trade to bestir itsell E. Naugle.Southeast Live Stock, rendering honor where honoi was
on your property. The result from a sanitary point of view should be .. M Columbus, Ga.KisHfmmee due. You, Mr. Editor, can ('"rroberate -
p mention the improved of - that testimony from personal
sufficient reward for the labor not to appearance
?J .t the city. The greatest work and by far the most important consists in reno A NuisanceAfter is planning announced to that have a knowledge. He has been fearless In
t.. I id fair Day and has 9, I vating the yard and outbuilding May 8 there will be a general displayof detrimental to the good and wel-
s' t r? Cleanliness i i. a source of pride which is found in every human breast ins dark there is usually a gang of loud-mouthed ill-bred young loafer farm products, canned goods and :ara of the state and county and in

tome form. In all cases it has to be appealed to, and one source of appeal is who obstruct certain portions of Broadway sidewalk by scuffling about and preserves that and the now stockmen the Valley of that Gazette this I feeble way upheld an.1 coitenled

through a neat and well cared for home. It is a mistaken idea for those who) getting in people's way making it very unpleasant and annoying the public vicinity says will add to the importance of I for and that beneficial."which was With consideruseful this t Introduction -

: occupy rented building to feel that money spent on improvements which add especially ladies who prefer to walk on the sidewalk instead of on the brick the date by bringing in fine cattle fora he desires" to utter a: few words

Ev 4 to their pleasure and enjoyment: is thrown away. At very small expense the street. big cattle sale. The idea of at O.ceola first I concerntn!!: our present stale legis

:t ground -of any residence in the city can be made very attractive and the It would be well if the city authorities would relegate these loafers to county was only products for the but display the cattle sale lature. The alarming edict: has gone

a t, money sacrificed will be returned many times in the added pleasure to those the obscurity to which they belong-some baclr'alley where they can retailto will greatly) increase interest in the Forth that Its present" orgaiilxatlmi Is 1

; who must remain at home and depend on the surroundings for rest and en- each other their stupid jokes and indulge in uncouth horseplay without occasion.adjoining states Stock and will this be brought will be offered from- I not In of accordance the state with ot Florl the constitution ,it. In-

joyment. "tense to decent citizens. Florida cattle. otter words not a legal body o' law
v = 4 But let us not merely clean up for one day or for one week. Let's make .. .. s Within, alonlwith the/ past year the range live stock Il11ak..r., and the threat his Tern

t' the clean-up idea a permanent one. Let's instill cleanliness in the minds oft Fort Lauderdale people are happy. The legislature: has divided Dade Industry has attained greater/ prominence -''I made that should the oi'eetlon of

;, :, the school children. They-will be the citizens of tomorrow and if they grow county and made Fort Lauderdale the county seat: of a brand new county] than for many years past and a prohibition" have been submitted of ttelr to I1 +
sale such as is proposed in Kissimnn the: people that the question :
Pin a city that i i. kept clean the influence will be such that t they, too winsist named Broward county for the late lamented Governor Broward who wa: will attract considerable attention.- right to put in force such; action

W upon a clean city when they are the grown-ups of tomorrow. the father of Everglade drainage.! Arcadia Enterprise. would have been" carried to the supreme *"
I Ft We should all of u* keep our lawn and premise looking spick and spa. 000 --Q.- court and that the .''ud es of

f q summer and winter. It was suggested one day this week by a citizen who Orlando has decided not to hold any Fourth of July celebration this Willson The effort in behalf of Mrs.of the Minnie Seminole Moor Indiana but: to court render would the have humiliating been\ compelled der--

? j. ,: keep. hit property in nice shape all the time that there are many in the city year and we take this occasion to invite every man woman and child of our will, in all probability, furnish ilon that the state of Florida did not '

: '. who neglect to even cut their lawns or trim up their flowers in the summer time sister city to come here on July 5 for our celebration. We will guarantee them the relief she asks for. Representative a legitimate legislature. The
has brat
i f, ," tecause they ay it doesn't matter to them when there are no visitors here. His them the "time of their young lives." introduced Wilson a measure from that this county meets ,withthe allegation l Is that th-j state ronitltutlon -

:* i -argument i. that Kissimmee should keep clean all the time summer or winter. approval of thejegislat.ure.jt I denominates the constitute numbers that ofnemWTiTequlrea
land lo
t (! "We who live here the year round" he said, "have juit as much: right to see The Ocala Banner Gainetville-Sun leep- tanding- their columnwhat fides that""the stale give to them body Investtgation shows that It has
'' At tlkkept.properiy-aa-any-.I-4he-viliters-and-rr-ahouldinais f That ur be list of the of Florida. It continues to list for a permanent home, with trusteesappoint2d
nice., purports to a newspapers to have charge of this land. an excess of that numaer. It l Is further >v
neighbors and friend look to their laurels in the line of cleanliness all the time. The Journal as one of Kissimmee's publications and has quite a number of Owning their own homes the Indians charged that some counties have

; ,1 He it right and now it the time to dart this "clean-up" idea and mal other: errors. If this list i i. worthy of continuous publication it should at least will become citizens of Florida -Sarasota a smaller apportionment tint t! our V':'

I !it a permanent one. Sporadic clean-up days are good but a city that i. be corrected once and a while. Times. --0-- greater.constitution: Furthermore provides for said an rorstltu-
i;' always clean and does not need special clean-up days it the city which attracts 0 Claude L'Engle in one of his correspondence lon provides that a reapporllonmeot _;

? vititort and new citizen Lakeland is setting a good example for the rest of the cities in this sectionof letters from Tallahassee, hall be made every ten years, Dud

,. Let' put Kittimmee! in the "alwa clean"class.. Flol ida. Bond to the amount of $165,000 have recently been told and where he is representing a number of a :hud allegation dec'ires! that Mis _
N lasers at the legislature, says: order> has not been complied with.
M M .iprovements will be started to keep things lively during the summer months. "Stonewall Jackson Triplett, who Are our legislators doing aught to l f
c. i.a .+ It t might be 'well for Kissimmee to begin to think of something of this tort went to Kissimmee seven years ago purge themselves of these impurl- V '

'., Want, "Short" Put on Again . again. Study. it over and tell the Valley* Gazette* what you think of it. was with here eleven last cents week and as one a )hang-ove of a delegation -, lesT iltlonlsts we fear have not.almost The unlimited anti-prohl-flanctal -

:i of citizens of St. '
prominent 1'I
:! Orlando people and quite a few who live in Kissimmee. now'that t the benches, it is mighty good evidence to the world at large that the day of the Trip was one of my printers when I 'I' this It not matter be a matter in the of courts the deepest and would hull. '

) $, Atlantic Coast Line hat taken off the Tampa Special have begun to ask if i it "booze shop" is done. had the state printing and was gettingout ..atlon to our citizens If expert:: attorneys 1.I
open could talk
y' re wouldn't be a good plan for the railroad to put on the "thort"again.. The "The evidence in this case" said Judge Anderson passing sentence upon anarchy the ,Sun drink, and more he liquor and more chew such as would be employed

f, Orlando Reporter-Star say: the 116 men who had debauched the ballot boxes of Vigo county, Indiana more tobacco than I had seen up to In the case should convince the table t-I
"' t t Atlantic Coast Line discontinued the local that time since. He still chaw court judges that the bonor-
S "Several month ago the morning "showed that the saloons were the centers of nearly all the corruption in the or body who caused this amendment '

'q" t .I ?yy k train between Sanford and Tampa. This train was the most valuable lection at Terre Haute. My notion is that the saloon will have to go." tobacco"When. Trip landed in Kissimmee he to be subm'tted to the people

k At train commercially considered serving Orlando. Orlando merchants lost found that he could not get a drink were themselves" an unconstitutional

+ heavily when the train was taken off. The board of trade was about to take< Charlie Emerson, who i i. the editor of the Fort Pierce News has brought for: eleven cents, so he braced up I body. This to our simple mind isan

the matter to the railroad commission in protest when the commission forestalled down his head the wrath of the editors of part ofinrida. against his thirst, which was strong unfortunate state of affairs! and
dI newspaper every
upon enough to support him and went to displays either a disregard for the
,'a action in this direction by announcing that the railroads had been .. Emerson has written a letter to all the papers an his exchange list work in the Valley Gazette office. I constitution an Ignorance of law

allowed to reduce train service on account of reduced travel. Now it i i. ling that they cut the News off. giving as his reason that he hasn't the timeto Looking the town over carefully Trip. I which should excuse none. It is fearful -
4 announced that the Tampa Special i i. to be discontinued It i is to be presumed read what his brother editors have to say. He exempted the east coast who could always think when cold to what extent this investigation
fi art', ''that this further reduction of the train service is done also with the consent sober. saw great opportunities and few light'; be (carried and it does appearus
from his edict but of them have had words of comment onhi" ,
even some reaching for them so he decided" to
papers member of that hon- 1J
/ that Kline
t us
+ f r and approval of the railroad commitaion. How far this cutting down oservice i action. A newspaper editor who doesn't care to read what his brother lake the persimmon tree for himself. rable body would either deny these

y i ; ,i it to be allowed i is a question. The people seem to have nothing to editors say or who can't find time to do so, must sooner or later get into some Up to this time the only use Trip had Iterations: or submit some motion to
7' do with the Florida has held that it is incumbent I for a dolar was to liquidate its purchasing -I .
s' it. although supreme court other line of business. He is just about as consistent as a lawyer who wouldn't at the nearest bar but rectify them.. R A. BARTOW.

l.pon the railroad to give at all times "the maximum" tervice. The only lead; about the case of some other lawyer or a doctor who never reads a when he power suddenly saw its fascinating I The relations- between officers and

,a + earning that a railroad may be permitted i i. a legitimate percentage the medical journal. power to annex corner lots he made. I men in the Russian army are of the ,.'
actual money invested. The net earning of the Coast Line last. year were in ," ---------------------- ------ a change, and by trading around and most friendly kind; indeed, in speaking -
i excess of fifteen million dollars. This doesn't indicate that the Coast Line i i. keeping the dollar working all the to an officer a man says "Brat"
t oooooooooo oooooooooooo oo oooo..oooooooooo oo time, grabbing more corner lots, he acquired "
( brother), or "Batooska" (little' father -
c in any immediate danger of being thrown into the hands of a receiver on O OO O 9 much wealth."I .
). An officer calls his men "my t
I' ,, +, account of excessive service to its patron" ODD BITS OF NEWS. 0 O CURIOUS FACTS. O got off the train at Kissimmei children," and he frequently writes "
fr 0 0 0 one day about three years after Trip their "home letters" for them, reads ,;1,
r 11L arrived and it being a fair day I saw I to them, teaches them and takes them
Chicken Law Attleboro, Mass.-The services at American man's tobacco bill myoid anarchist friend rigged out ina to> cinematograph shows, where plcM
Marauding the Christian church last Sunday were Iyt year was $ ,2 OOOOOO., fashionable summer suit, his proud tures of educational value are being ;;
1L unique in that the pulpit was occupied 000Not bosom glittering and fluttering with shown. .1
the twin of the regular a microbe exists in mountain air ribbons and wearing a cane.
by sons pas-
above the height of 2,000 feet. "As we walked from the depot tothe The commercial failures of the United ,;
u S' '- At the recent meeting of the board of trade where a good many plan. tor. The boys are studying for the -
000This court house where the fair
States last
> square year were 8,344.
) ; were discussed for the betterment of the city a "clean-up day"was proposed ntinintt y.Mount. country's "traveling public" was going on, I found out why Trip .f

t' and the motion heartily adopted. Whereupon. Dr. Simpson arose and pointedout Morrison, Colo.--John Bris- last year was .of 1,004,081,346 wore the cane-he used it to point May 8th there will be a general display :'
the impracticability of the idea for the reason that after the town ii bane Walker, former magazine publisher The equatorial semi-diameter of the out the city Iota that he owned, and of farm products, canned !goods, ;I'.
7 ''cleaned up and the lawns mowed and flowers planted these tame lawns and now retired to a Colorado estate earth is 3,963.266 miles and the polar others. I he also had found his eye out on that or an optionon. and preserves, and now the Valley ,. t

!' flower beds are liable to be dug up and scattered about by marauding here, for has offered a site men.of forty acres semi-diameter I is 3.950,168 miles. president of the board'of trade Trip, member was- Gazette gays that the stockmen of
newspape. *
that will adt.
? ; ,,band. of loose chicken. He said that a few years ago a chicken ordinance The national library in Paris contains of the city council, promoter ofthe ance vicinity of the uate by to bringing the Import-in }t,+

d +'. wandered about the city council chamber for some months without ever gamine has Chicago seen less Ill The ra-ilway year constructionthan just closed the oldest map of the heavens, and business mentioned men's for county get-together commissioner club,, One cattle for a big cattle sale. The i;

V'\\ : admittance or recognition at all That now was the time before "clean- any year since 1895 when the made in China 600 B. C., and show- mayor and legislature. Truly, amost idea at first was only for the display e
tip day" to bring the matter up again before the council. The president called 'whole country was "broke." Last ing 1,460 stars.. .. amazing example of the way a of Osceola county products, but the -'
saw only l,5OQ< miles of new with brains can get there if hestops cattle Ale will add Interest to the
'a ,for a rising vole. Everybody stood up. except one man who was lame. Thepieudent year It is calculated that 19,000,000 tons man
' t .+ t of the council who made favorable reply and the railroad builtPrescott of carbon, most of it in the form of drowning they in booze. NowTrip occasion. Stock will be brought }
was present a from
coal is the amount lives at Narcoosee and edits the adjoining states and this will
tf meeting broke up in high ..pirita.It Art*,-The ostrich farmers burned, in jarge yearly cities.average St.: Cloud Tribune. He has his man be offered along with Florida range 1s
5' fi '. A chicken in confinement it a mild and peaceable animal When looted it of the southwest have been offering 0 0 bring his auto around to the front cattle. Within the past year the %
} 150 of the birds at $5 each, with few A French investigator has given steps in the mornings crank it for himand live stock Industry has attained 1
?, becomes a wild and industrious engine of destruction: without mannerszit
mercy takers. The feather and plume market -
Julius Caesar the credit for being one hand him his gloves as he seats greater prominence than for many
's I, or morals, usually at the expense of someone other than its true owner. Moat has disappeared. It is likely that of the earliest and most earnest opponents himself at the wheel for the sixmilespin years past and a sale such as is ,
a of the work of a genuine "clean-up day** will )be waited if dices creatures are the birds will be turned loose. of race suicide. to the office for hid four hours' posed in Kissimmee will attract pro'j'j
allowed will *. . daily labor. Trip sleeps in the afternoon siderable attention. San ford '
i : : to roam at tt'
Savannah lia.-Wearing a placard Spanish army officers have found -
.j'? . .. ... on which was her name deatitionand bomb-dropping from aeroplanes an effective Kissimmee will have a big stock
:t' ,1 ; Florida fifteen cents in parcel post stamps. means of subduing turbulent Editor Nauglt. made the editorial sale 8 which several hundred .; J
Alachua with on May at
,; ',' < 'I An article in pmes-Union quotes an county man six-year-old Edna Neff passed through tribesmen in southern Morocco. page of the Kissimmee Gazette cattle both "'
t f/, '. > > jthe.ttakement that one trade grower .in, that section of the state sold $400 the terminal station here on her way 000 a thing of beauty and a joy to peruse. bred will De sold range at uctioiiw Wau-
.;;;', '1-Worth of lettuce dailyoff his'tfuck i .farm for three week That ought to be from Pensacola Fhu, to Christians Germany numbers among.r pope Tampa Tribune. chula Advocate. 't t
"knockers'/that Florida climate and soil will produce burg. Va., where her father awaited lation 59,600,000 Z- .
v :.,.q! :evidence enough \.to her. She weighed Just under the flftj 000 Roman Catholics ,and 283,000 Kissimmee Is planning to hare Kissimmee Is organizing a troop of" 4 ,
I. '. .:, money> for the man,who ,ha. *:.tie, :1.tid<-to"" ibiwrneai' to keep on trying. pound limit. Christians of other denomination. fair day and has announced that on boy scoutsPalin Beach Poet -- ,
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'Grapefruit: Juice Easily Bottled:For;' I 'W.'C.T.COLUMN: ::1 EMBROIDERED. ''PINCUSHION. N.- ADTERTISED,, Fla., April LETTERSKls.lmmee 26.,1915.- :

E- Attractive' A......?., ray the Drssslm. Advertised list for the two weeks Joe.E. Johnston '
Table of Yellow Satin. ending May 10, una, '
-Summcr Beverage = .
Bradr. Miss Hattie; Bronson, Mrs. t -
The union will hereafter meet at The attractive pincushion shown lathe R. F.I Brenson James Combs Peter
PepsrtmsiH .f Agriculture Advocates Simple Method. .f Msktec By-pr.d ictU Si:110 p. m. Members please take Illustration 1* made of yellow satin I Daukins Tim; ,Fletcher,, C B.,; Hay,1;!,' .

Says UM Great Waste In the CXCCM Crop of Grapefruit notice of the Chang There were S< and Is matched by a tray for pins with Chample; Horton, Mrs. Mamie; Jmklns Crt: M
present at the last meeting. Following -
tor Mrs. Pollle; Jenkins Katie; I!., "
Washington, D. C-A simple method the regular business a literaryprogram Maulliby, J. A.5; Numan, Eddie; Pastor "'
of bottling the juice of the grapefruitfor of much merit was presented. P Congregational ,.Church; Parsons, ENGINEER a
UM in making acid beverages ii Two fine solos were given by Miss Pearl; Stephens H. B.; Wash aM
advocated by the United State department Woman's World Miss Spear and Miss Robinson. Anew InpnProf.. A. E.
of agriculture as a means of feature of the afternoon was the B. B. SIMPSON, Postmaster.The .
Raining a useful by-product from hundreds first Issue of a paper, to be balled the Surveying and Drafting
of thousands of cases of grapefruit "Lire Wire." edited hy Mrs. J. M. American Federation of Laboris
which now are wasted An investigation I President .f Association For Ero- Cochrane, with contributions from attempting organize the domestic 1fn .
was undertaken at the tlon of Washington Memorial. the members of the union. True to servants of this country. "

urgent request of Florida grapefruit Its name It was a sparkling spicy n
growers who reported that the market paper. It will be edited monthly, by ;
during the season would not take up a different members of the union. The
large proportion of the grapefruitcrop entertainment for the Intervening
and asked the department to de- week will be of a d'fferent character.
termine the possibility of utilizing the A The afternoon closed with refreshments R. S. FLOYDDealer
fruit or its juice in some profitableway. and a social halt hour. The FOB MILADY'S BOtTDOIB.
next nieetlng\ will, occur Friday, May
All that ilt i necessary, according 14. a glass to fit over the embroidery. I In
the government's fruit-juice specialists Daisies of white are done la outline t
is to bring the grapefruit juice stitch and have yellow centers of
to the boiling point In a porcelain- On Monday night delivered April 15, William address French knots. Groceries; Ha.y, Grain and Feed
Jennings Bryan an
lined or enameled kettle, pour it while
till hot into bottles, which then art on total abstinence at a meeting in .,..
hermetically sealed. The juice when ti :: the Sunday school tabernacle at Phil- Corner Broadway and Dakin Are. ?
no handled will keep indefinitely, and allr adelphia. It is stated that it was the the problem more clearly and conclusively -
largest gathering of men ever brought than Mr. Bryan\ in his Monday
base for grapefruit-ade
provides or
a "
other acid beverages having the characteristic together to listen to a temperance ad- night meting and the influence of Try Us'on Your Next Order For .Feed ,
acid, somewhat bitter, flavorof dress. It is estimated that fully lb that with its merciless display -
the fruit. Experiments show, however 000 men responded to his plea forvofunteera of facts, will play a part in the ,
that it is highly important that to try and dissuade other men action of the Pennsylvania legislature
the bottle be completely tilled so that from drinking and to agree to sign I upon the local option bill.Philadelphia -
no layer of air be left between the the pledge with him. Here are a few Public Ledger (March 17).
The Place Where You Always Save Money
of the juice and the cork or Ilea. of the statements of Mr. Bryan's ad-
Where air in in dress:
any comes
contact with the top of the sterilized "It is estimated that the people of The FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET
the United States spend almost $2- -
juice it will cause the juice to change
its color. In handling the juice it is 500,000,000 for intoxicating liquors. SOME OF THE THINGS WE MAKE
particularly important that it be kept "The annual appropriations of the .
from coming into contact with ironor federal government are little less than Jam Mi*.Ial Ina- iTS CHEAPER TO BUY QUALITY GOODS THAN PAY DOCTOR BILLS. 1 i {,
other metals easily acted upon by $1,250,000,000. Think of this nation .. 111.. ceiling.O. .
acids. spending twice that amount for alco- .. TrtHaIrIo e.d __ "I''
The investigators found also that it holic liquors! .,...-.. Pip* Fttd.lro. SPECIAL THIS WEEK-FINE SPRING FRYERS. {
The cost of the Panama canal c..r._ fIIMfta.
wan possible to freeze: the grapefruit was
about $400 Is it not Cerraf.t.d A__ GET THE "HOME OF CLEANLINESS. ,;
juice into solid ice and then by whirling think 000,000. appall- bt Metal -... YOUR MEATS FROM ,
the ice in a centrifugal machine, ( ing to we spend for'drink every Mvtel ".,..." Siding.L.w
to take out a large part of the water 4Yaa year six times the cost of the Panama M.__ Siding.A. .'
and leave the solids and flavoring matter I canal? M-calol. Ctol_ Phone 245 JOE POWERS 12 DaXI o
of the fruit. This freezing and "It is estimated that we spend Imperial KlrotodT Ctol.-. w
concentrating of the juice greatly reduces HKKBT P. DIMOCK.A $750,000,000 annually for education. .."... $M III III. aN Cap
the bulk and makes a product building In to be erected at Washington And yet we spend for drink more than ah..t Mrtml ('...1..... '
which be sterilized anti three times this amount! Sk.M Mftal gkr11.h1e. ..
can : by heating which In to be a veritable ''''''' }' '''' '
Ii kept indefinitely Care must be takento ple's/ forum. There Is an association. peo "If what we spend annually for I/r.dt. rip ... Fittings.C.pp.r.mllhs "".....1\, :,::n: t,:::'" ..:::::: cm :;;
keep the juice from coming in contact liquor were applied to the European ''
with iron. calked the George Washington Memo- conflict, the greatest in the world's O..r.l Sheet M.t.i 11'__ .
Thone' who wish to make a clear rial nxHoHnlloii.( of which Mrs. Dlmork history, it would keep the war goingsix Ask_ ,..._d..l.r .r writ. .. f.r aMa- 1 ,
juice, may filter the grapefruit juice Is president which hns I been authorizedby weeks. Iop-.
before' it is heated by adding to it from congress to mine f2.noOOOO) for the "The nation submits to this taxa-
two to three per cent (about three coiiHtrtiftlon sad ninlntriiiiiire of thin tion, which is five times as great as TDeFLORIDANETALPRODUCTSCe.BS86 I . Untiring Perseverance I,. '
! ounces avoirdupois to the gallon\ ) of building. A site has Ix-eu wet apart by any taxation it would permit any political .. I .
(" infusorial or Fuller's\ earth well\ washed the txty-se(-otid congress next to the party to add to its burdens in I v.rgr. Ave. i !iv.
The mixture is : JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
with hot water. one
Natloinil and > Pennsylvania year.
new museum n< nr -
then forced through a non-metallic I "Use of alcohol not only lowers aman's
avenue, which Is valued at I
filter press and' the clear juice reheated -: productive capacity, but it imparts .
and boiled. With the freezing $5OO.OOO. I constitutional weakness to his Everyone who desires to be successful
process, the juice is filtered after concentration I The memorial IH to contain rooms for offspring-" OOO OOOOOOOOOOOO.O.O.OOO.. should realize that untiring- perseverance ,
about twice the amount of various state exhibits, offices for patriotic There can be no doubt that Mr. Is essential ( pk
infusorial or Fuller's earth being used educational, BclentlOc and public I Bryan's tabulation of the cost of M. TILLER What are you-dolng to promote your i
per gallon of concentrate. welfare orknnlzutlonB of national<'Ol"';: liquor will have a decisive effect upon financial interests? ?,
The chemists, in connection with this" ninny small amt average size hullg .. .i American business men, irrespective RealLstateAgency I An. account with. us will. be a great o
bottling of grapefruit notify Uri banquet room, reception room, etc., anda of their "IndivtduaT" l !! : -adrantag.--to-on
public that the same process is not large hall\ to-seat not less than O.OOO I right to drink if they so wish. Whenit .. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid OB Savings
suitable for bottling the juice of oranges is proved that the financial toll and Realty bought and sold. Accraate
and lemons, which will not retain persona. the price of lost efficiency are far too
their flavor if handled in this This auditorium, with the Small halls heavy for industry to stand, the sen Houses rented. ,
adjoining will afford ample accommo- timent-in favor of restrictive legisla- Taxes paid and Tides verifiedfor ,
way.While as yet, as far as known, there dations for great world congresses. such tion must be irresistible. If there is non-resident I '
is no commercial market for sterilized as have heretofore met In the capital one question that is engrossing the : .
grapefruit juice, it is believed that cities of Europe. Diplomatic functions public attention and moving swiftly Fire. Life and Accident In .
many persons will find this juice, with and the Inaugural reception may beheld toward legislative action, it is that of surance.
the addition of water. and sugar, a there also. the right of the .. upon Indemnity Bonds. d s 'to e
pleasant variation from lemonade or the sale -of liquor. Probably -no one ... ,
.I limeade. Those who like grapefruit This unique and serviceable memorial -
:ever set forth the national aspect of + *
should find the beverage inviting. The when completed, will be under.the SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I
method is so simple that those in regions care 'and administration of the boardof '
where grapefruit are cheap and regents of the Smithsonian Institu- .. .
- plentiful can prepare this product on tion. DIRECTORS
a small scale with ordinary household
The city Sunday school association Make lift J. K.'MILLIARD ? .

S. ASSOCIATION OF will meet Sunday afternoon In the \
Methodist church and all the ChrIstian I
workers of the town and surrounding '"

COUNTY PLANS MEETThe to attend country and are take cordially part\ In the Invited the Farm ;,::::::',:: ::::::::M::, ::::::,: W:::,:'::: e

Osceola County Sunday School exercises.The program follows: I --
association will meet irt annual convention 3:00: -Devotional services led by PayFirst OOOOOOOOO. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOOI.O..O..IO...
in the >Iethodist church of St. Rev. S. W. Lawler. _
<'loud i. Thursday, May 6, 1915, at 9 3:16: -Training for better service, __ .J' . A WISE MAN .
o'clock, a. m. by Dr. W. B. Wlthorspoon. of all, the farmer must : r': carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE 4
All the ministers of the Gospel and 3:30: --Address by Ilev. A. M. be a business man. to protect hi. propertywhile ',
superintendents of Sunday schools in Chisholm he is living and ample LIFE ', ',

the county are eligible to membership 3:45-: The ultimate object of all Farming is manufacturing food and food products and the INSURANCE to protect his (...- ', '
in the convention hy virtue of their Sunday school work, by Ilev. J. D. farm and farm equipment constitute the plant. the event of Ms death. lIe ; >
offices and need not be elected by Westcott. Insures his earning: capacity < '
their schools 4 : 1 !?Oeneral discussion. Competition is keen and it requires business methods to make i by; taking out an ACCIDENT sad > r ,
school in the county HEALTH POLICY. Be the 3 "
Every; Sunday 4 : 30--Adjournm(>nt. on
is invited to send delegates and to Music for the occasion will be In money. ( safe side.
send names of those who will go to The We write all lines of INSURANCE r
charge of J. L. Over treet. parcels post has opened the way to wider markets. /ye.
O. G. Rickett St. Cloud, that suitable that insures and endures. i
provision! may >be made for free en Rural telephones, trolleys and mail delivery have brought unlim- None but RELIABLE old lane companies ; 4-! .

tertainment.The ited opportunity for doing business. in this
program for the convention D. G. WAGER

follows: k S. HILLOCK You need one thing more- Jyi i, i Second: Floor CUIiras Bank;;."Bid*. : '
Morning. Klasimmee, Fla.' .1 :'

A Rev.9:00:W. L.Devotional Hackett. services led by REAL ESTATE The L. C. Smith & Bros.

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sponse.9:45: Address by State Secretary INSURANCEExamination .
R. C. Weidler. I
10:15: Question box. of Titles a
"The Song of
10:45: Recitation,
Miss Edith Wil- correspondence will give prestige and $2.00
I the White Swan, by you *
liam8. Specialty. '. enable you to get higher prices. tY
11:00: Address by Dr. W. B With- a
erspoon. CorrcsDondence Solicited. Your ton or daughter can learn to operate the L. C. Smith

Afternoon. -- & Bros typewriter in a short time and incidentally be getting a
2:00: Devotional services led by
O. G. Ricketta. business education. and Return
2:15: Roll call of schools; report Book of instruction free. Tampa
of schools; election 4.
3:15 Address by Rev. G. H. "

A 3:45: Parade.
Address by Secretary R. C. Monday May 10th
Weidler.4:30 ty Please lend me your frrc book about typewriter ,

7:30 Devotional services led by Name __t ; i .a f

Rev J. D. Westcott. ,

745 8:00;:; Address Unfinished by business.Rev. A. M. Chis.holm. . 1 P. O.- -, Tickets Good on all Regular Trains. Final Limit Mar 13 a'. .

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8:40 Address by Secretary R. Q. j VIA I ,
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Music Adjournment.will be provided for mainlyby S iy Atlantic -Coast 'LineStandard ' ew.
the schools of St. Cloud and inter- 118 Laura St. ,raw wrw. ,
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,. IOi9i l MMIOIO whole afternoon: Mr. Howard'KaUwa MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM,' r -S
'the lucky winner of the dab SONS OF CONFEDERATE

;\ prite, while the truest prize was cap of .
; Weekly otes : .I
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$ Society Notes $ turN by ,Mis. Virginia Makinson.Mr .
: C.. L1 Bandy waa the recipientof CAMP NAMES OFFICERS 1

the consolation price. Those who : | Church Work and \ ,. ..
were the fortunate guest of the afternoon .
r (Mattie Belle Harris, Editor.) to I
enjoy Mrs Sears' charming
,,4 ? Christian Progress : : A meeting of Gordon camp. Son. of I
hospitality were: .Mesdames J. Confederate Veterans I : aA

Reqneit nude to all patron of the Valley Gazette to scad Item D.Dann Woodbeck Fred Gilbert-Clay Johnson. C. Stanford, G- W., ; I M 11111111 I n 111111111 I ; ; the council chambers on wee''Thurada11Ivrning. held in I S

''t cl t die Editor for publication in tlee colamniF Barber, Henry Oyerstreet Cadell Conducted A very interesting and In. t rI1
; 'society event to ; ) by Local Ministers' \ .ilructive! meeting wa held and while +
Bandy, Clark Allen Howard Katz
w'v , Association <
Die attendance was not what should
r . . . . A._ -- _ _ A . A . Piley] Livingston, Edgar Katz, Boice, "'
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," 1 II It It It I " It III . w .--r Misses Allen, Dixon, Turville, Bay, 1111111111111111.11111111 I Virginia and Angle Makinson ;astic gathering and many topic of, ,
sal, HANSKLLHICAVICKMiss creations, acknowledging courtesies beth and Anne Carson FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. interest to the organization were diicnpfed. -
Nellie' Seaver and Mr. AcleIlansell from the Drouths.In 000DINNER Preaching by the pastor, Dr. A. J. t
'" were married last Sunday the company of young people Holt, both morning and night. Morn Election of officers for the ensuint
/ T. M. Murphy, at were: Misses Maud Cooper, Velma ing subject "The Royal Law at resulted follows '
morning by Judge and Mrs. L. II. ; vial as : Comrade N. :,
.. )1 the judge's borne. The happy couple Hudson, Margaret Kenton, Bessie and Miss Mildred Ingram entertained night "The-Three Crosses of Calvary C. Bryan commandant; Comrade H.Ftnnfo'd .
,. .. >. Call; I..aLondeo, Margaret Lesley, Dor. Morgan, of Ar- and What They Mean to Us" ". '."
Klss.tinni" first
k will make their borne In cadia, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.! Every- lieutenant; Comrade I' ; :"
rift and Themetra Nichols Per-
body invited to attend.
r M Strangers es Roma Thomas, second lieutenant; I l
( o'clock dinner
? .1 BAILEY.REYJliOLn y. dew Helen and Irene Reed, Dorothy Thursday* O evening. welcomed. Night services Comrade W. l.;i. Hankins, adjutant; f xs > .
residence or :Mr. Thompson and Manie Witherspoon. begin now at 7:30.CIiRiSTIAN: Comrade Lewis "I
f Wi 1 Married at the SERIES: OF DANCES. O'Bryan, treasurer: 1 4
y They were joined in the afternoon ,
Bailey, on the night of April 27, The hulies of the Comrade" J1; by :Mils Ruth Hertsler, who lives in i golf club are arranging CHURCH. f
0, Samuel 1). Bailey and Mrs. !Mary Reynolds I for aserious of subscription The Comrade C. A. Carson, sr., chaplain; F
'that subject for the
N r of Kissimmee Fla. Dr. j! neighborhood.They morning scrmow Comrade J. C. Farmer color bearer r d
both ,
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had a sumptuous picnic dinner dances at the club house, the first of at the Christian church will he "DoesEverything
A. J, Holt officiating. I Comrade C. L. Hyatt
C t ., and enjoyed t the day to the fullest extent which will be given next Thursday Work Together for Good Election of delegates surgeon.attend the J
and night. Thereafter they will be given to Those Who Love '4 t
a M WESTERVELT-ROQUIER.I possible acknowledged heartily the second Thursday of each month. 8:28. the Lord -Rom- reunion at Richmond, Va.:, on June 1 r k ,4t
George W. Westervelt and Miaa the favor of auto conveyance by ans to :8! resulted in the election of the
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Elza Roquier were married by Dr.) W. Clyde Nelson. K M C A SUGGESTION.The The evening the Time subject will be "Redeeming following: W. G. Hankins, W. B. \f 1 (
Because the
c B. Witherspoon at the manse last ( 'HIIllti.VH: PARTY Days Harris and H. C. Stanford, the camp f
1 7i Friday. Mr. Westervelt is from St. I writer has many times h..ardcomm..nts Are Evil.-Ephesians 5:1(5.: ( being entitled to three delegates. S yT
t w Louis and is settling a homestead near A merry party of little people responded about the buzzards flying One application was received and Isl.
/ Invitation of Mrs. W.L. -
to \
Sebring. Miss Roquier, now Mrs I an about the town, and particularly about civj! new member was added to the )
4 4 i Westervelt, is from France and hudbeen I'aulk to celebrate the sixth birthday their perching in the top of an old THEATERS muster roll.Several I
in the United States about fifteen I of Miss K\rlyn Saturday after I tree that stands on a most prominent interesting talks were made
s .. months. noon. The hours were pleasantly street, which can be seen from most and an enjoyable evening was spent, a + \
i . | spent lA, games on the lawn, followed any part of town. Would not the Dixie Theater. and it is hoped that a larger and as
r V. !MMKHT rirNir | by refreshments of sandwiches ice easiest and best way to eliminate the Interest in "The Exploits of Elaine" equally enthusiastic gatherings may
j Mrs. H. C. Stanford and Mrs 8 ,! cream cakes and candy, which wereserved nuisance be to cut down the old dead .! serial is increasing with every install- bo held on the next meeting.nijZ"bt,
: H. Bullock chaperoned a jolly crowdS by the hostess assisted by tree and not allow it to cumber the I. ,ment. Tomorrow the Safe episode which is the third Tuesday in May. -
J Mrs. W. T. Crawford and Mrs. Guy ground anti mar the landscape. The I (termed "The Frozen ," will be This being the last meeting before
people at a moonlight picnic 't111e
S Gardner. Mrs. Cadell and Miss Pe- shown, while the fifth episode will the re-union.
on Paradise Inland Monday night.4 !: tree, the objectionable birds, I
jRI trle alto assisted I \ In the entertainment is unsightly and does not add theattracti.ness appear Monday. Also for Monday the ,
/4 launch. Theyoung to
The trip was made by j
of the guests. Little Miss Kv- Barrelli j Opera company is announced POSTAL INFORMATION.
of town.
t4. I? people who participated In I the elyn received a number of pretty our AN OBSERVER. with the best musical treat of the 81d
delightful evening were: Misses Iot- birthday gifts. The guests wereKleanor Reason. It has been a long time since As the failure properly to prepay
> t tie and Lola Lawler Miss Alma C.rlf this kind of a has been letters for foreign countries !
| fj> ||; fp and Alta Ruth Overntreet. BANKS WILL OBSERVE company seen appearsto
hr fin, Mils Ruth Duller MISS MarieHuddleston. I Mary and Marjorie Nannie. Virginia, THrilS. AFTERNOON CLOSING in Kissimmee and the performancesof be the result in many cases of an
'f Miss Lucy Witherspoon, Geraldine. and John T. Lesley Marlon the Barrelli company should be a erroneous impression as to the application -
r'3' t* t"+i Messrs.' A. 1;. Hearden, J. E. Roberts, .
treat indeed. of the
Tonight's United States
W Graven' Ernia Tyson, Mamie Thompson Patrons will please observe that program consists domestic, pOWt.o.'f1.
B. C. Dutton, E. C. Duzenberry and Minnie Hutson, Richard Handy, commencing Thursday, May 6, the undersigned of a two reel Kay Bee, "On the postmaster's should adopt all measures -
'' Marlon Farmer. Paul Munger Edgar Keelond. Minor banks will close their High Seas;" "She Never Knew," sin- practicable to give notice to the

''I MISSES CARSON. .ENTERTAIN. '''IIIMon Verna and Cecil Westfall, places of business at 12 o'clocknoon.. gle reel America; and two other reels.Saturday's public that the only destinations to Qu .
This will be observed each Thursday program is as follows: which the two cent letter rate.appliesare
s FI Richard and All Regero, Eunice and
't The Misses Anne and Elizabeth throughout the summer until further "The Green Idol," a two reel Re- Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Republicof
I Carson entertain very delightfully Madge Rivers, May Winn, Robert notice. Customers are requested to liance; "From Patches to Plenty," a Panama, the Canal Zone, Bahamas, olveI
Crawford and Geneva
3 Tuesday afternoon with an Informal and Buckles Berton, H. I). Thomas, Nannie May transact all banking business on Keystone comedy; fourth episode of Barbados, British Honduras, Leeward 0 S i
: musical tea in compliment) to their : Thursdays before the closing hour. "Elaine;" and two other reels. Islands Newfoundland, England Ire- once
Berton and Geneva
W t f guests Miss Margaret Nelson of and Crowford State Bank of Kimimmee. Casino Theater. land, Scotland: Wales and the city I[ for all by Calumet. ,

Jacksonville, and Mrs. C. A. Carson, Roberson. a CC Citizens Bank of iii:Is immt"e. A splendid program is announcedfor of Shanghai, China; and that to all I For dally use In millions of kitchens ha '.
'i of Camp Hammock. Musical numbers I MRS. SEARS ENTERTAINS.Mrs. tonight at the casino and the usual other places the rate is five cents for proved that Calumet ia highest not' only in \
s 3 r'' were given to the great pleasure of HASTINGS POTATO DEAL. "big show" for Saturday night. Mr. the first ounce or a fraction of an atmitty but In lta< "''''{ fttnufr well" -unfailing -
., the twenty-five or more quests during J. W. Sears, assisted by her Roberts, of Apopka, who has leased ounce and three cents for each additional ;In results-pure to the"tl'emend
the afternoon by Miss Nelson and sister Miss Sue Watson, delightfully About 250 Carload. Will Be Shipped this house from Harry Thurman for I ounce or fraction of an ounce, wonderfully e Mrs. P. K. Weavers vocalists and Mrs. entertained the Five Hundred club ata Thin Week. three years, will take charge the first I I which must be fully paid or the letters grocer. And try Calumet next bake: day.
b-l 8. H. Bullock, violinist. Ices and porch party at her attractive home Hastings.-The movement of Irish of May. Since its opening the casino I become liable on delivery to a
f )tit' punch were served during the afternoon last Thursday afternoon. The wide potatoes last week was 140 cars andit has been under the management of charge of double the amount of the Received Highest Awards
v ; 1 a by Mr. W. J. Sean. Mrs. Lewis veranda, surrounded as it is by mas- is estimated that this week's shipments L. T. Fprlaw, who has handled the deficient postage.
j' O'Bryan and Misses Ada Louise Simp- sive ferns, presented a pretty picture, will reach 250 ,cars. The crop house with the best of ability, and
con and Violet Bullock.SATURDAY < making as .it did an elaborate sur- is coming out of the ground much bet- won much favor with Kissimmee STORES TO CLOSE. ,
) . rounding for the beautifully gowned t4r than expected. The quality is fine, theatergoers. There will be many I
OUTING.Mrs. guests. In addition to the ferns another d in fact, it is equal to if not better who will regret his retirement. We, the undersigned agree to close
W. B. Witherspoon and Miss potted plants the house and than any during the same period in I our places of business every Thursday I
: i 4' Lucy Witherspoon conducted an outing porches were also prettily decoratedin former years. This week witnessed afternoon from May I to October I. uu- b;
k of youngsters last Saturday. They cut flowers. An appetizing salad practically the first heavy shipments. 4 p TaraT
went to Hammock Grove in the course, ice cream and cakes were Prices Monday were $4.25 for No. Is 0 SOME DONT FOR GIRLS. 0 1915.Waters & Carson Grocery Co. ..
ing and spent the day in morn-I served besides punch during the and $3.25 for No. 2s. Shipments Mon- 0 0 G. M. Taylor Co.

day aggregate thirty-five cars, which OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'ODon't Julia L. Bass.C. .
was the largest for one day so far W. Griffin.J .
this The put every oent you earn on
season. average during the back. R. Gilbert.
week will be from thirty-five to forty your C R. S. Floyd.J. .

-- - cars 'per day.VEGETABLE. _Potl'l imagine every man who *i" II. .Dr.YJUl ------
pleasant to you is in love with you J. T. Powers.
t IVW CROPS AT SANFORD e e Joe Powers' Fair Play Market.
Don't think your employer is paying Hall & Goodman.
Sanford.The harvesting of winter you for the pleasure looking at you. 4
celery is nearly over. There were C CO OLD PALS I'M GOING HOME. '
over 200 cars cut last week. Some of Don't think that advancementcomes I've been sitting in the clubroom, a Sti1'Ai1TMal.wtw.fw ,
it was sold and a large quantity went without honest effort. thinking for many hours .,

\ ...... ;..... into cold storage. There has never 00Don't Of my dear old home and mother down "
,. been a season that celery cutting has wear i inappropriate clothes. in the land of flowers. !
,. 'j.. been so long drawn out as the"present.' Don't My thoughts run back to days that
.... : '; .; .3 ./ Prices are now ranging at something for-outsiders.reserve your sweet manners are gone, I think of my sweetheart
over 91, The spring belle ;
'" .,'.' .. I green celery M e- e ; b
.. i I. being cut this week as the recent Don't be *o anxious to get married And, boy., I am leaving tomorrow, t. s.,aro D.'I I. 1. .CC" a'. IMl
'f'' ",,, ._ ,I' -, weather has I bid .. .
warm forced the so all farewell.
: crop to you .
i } ',' a* marry any man who ask you -__.:..
along. 'There i* a large acreage of regardless of his ability to establisha For I picked up a dear old home paper -

peppers, eggplants, tomatoes, cucum- home and .care for you. and my heart beat fast bet, .
' f: bers, sweet corn and watermelons, * For the name that was on the' paper 1
I Irw that are coming on nicely, for spring Don't take life too seriously, but was Kissimmee Valley Gazette. rio, Edith Nicemonger, Helen Jones, "
shipment. All these crops look well take it seriously enough to be true Now I'm leaving here tomorrow and I Mildred Anderson, Messrs. Harris
considering the cold weather early in and honest, both to yourself and to hope never more to roam Downing, Clyde Buzz, Harper Cas-
the spring. Despite the adverse sea- others. For I am going back to mother and tier, Frank Calkins, Tony Regero,
R3it son growers have received splendid re the sweetheart I left at home. Earl Morrow, Will Mason Tiller,
Shy wi I turns. The season has been very successful ENTER HIGH COLLARS.The Contributed by O. B. S. Downing Robinson, George Cooper,
-- 11 as to prices. The vegetable high collars Nat Carson Sheldon Johnson, h Howard -
at as designed
", movement is now increasing and daily are different from the old-fash- LAUNCH RIDE. Mills. The members of the faculty -

fS I shipments will continue to run heavier ioned very kind that we wore before the The members of the Twelfth grade were Prof. R M. Evans, Miss AI-
r t until the close. and the school menia eitner and Miss Clara Led-
daytime decollette made its appear- high factulty were delightfully -
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rf I ...00..0000000000..0000000 ance. Now the standing collar is almost l entertained by the membersof
always connected with some sort the Eleventh grade last Friday
y : SOME STYLE TIPH t.A6.000.0 of a guimpe or vest front, as this goes evening with launch ride to Paradise '

t' it O O with the present style of gowns. island. Games were played on the "MONEY"
.0.OOO..OOO.0.0.There Many of the collars are made so !I lake shore after which a picnic lunch! J
. ,, 1w1d there is a square or a trinagle open was enjoyed. Those in the party were Tae ..!.. ...... K .. is nothing newer In the line two little Misses Lilian .r tin- t'i"TIYE'YTAL' MOIrTUAOk7 .
space or of satin Prentis Laura
straps Thomas
or ... ... '
3'' of frocks for little girl than the coat velvet. Another type of collar is Mattie Belle Harris, Parah Clark, .*... for ..r 7o tf-mml ......* It o5 a.*.rovd per_
;: Corn on the Cob and skirt combination carried out in made of. finely pleated batiste. The Maurine Dann, Celeste Moseley, Grace red ....... TerM. rag T.II..
t contrasting fabric. Sometimes the pleats are held in place by a row of Winn, Mildred Winn, Edna Schwel- year .*..<. ..d w. will rpratewltk
coat is of colored linen, over a skirt of stitching just where this frill rolls! kart, Abbie Harris, Dollie Alford. Or- 7...
: white linen; again it may be of velvet over at the Pha Rose, Nina Bratton PETTEY & COMPANY
top. Phe-
Betty .
J l .
-ihe Roasting Ear over a ruffled lace skirt, or a coat of On shirtwaists the standing collar IIT-TOM HI.IX llll'AUO. i il t
!t flowered willow ).
puasy silk may be has extra winged pieces at the top
combined with a skirt of frilled and which flare out prettily. If the shirt-
shirred net. Children's skirts are very waist is of silk the collar is of a
i.i not more deliciout than short and flare from the belt. The heavier ribbed frille. .

: '' little coat has straight lines, in man- In the pique collar the sailor shape
a , Il darin effect, and is usually sleeveless is the favorite, but it is a sailor shape
with a lower edge cut in scallops or that comes about the and We
up neck then beg to that the
square U.... Sometimes a sash of rolls over. There announce firm
: ;: Post Toastics knotted velvet fall from beneath this collars of starched are linen some but standing they "

: SrJ loose, straight coat. .over. the full skirt. meet in front in a very foe decollete name of the "

II and extend down in front into a vest.
One garment that ha retained the

low waisted effect is the bathing suit HOUSEMAIDS TO GO TO SCHOOL.
-the toasted sweet New models, patterned after the bathing A Dutton-Harris Company
wholly new application of domestic
costumes this winter Palm
4 ,'11', M I of the corn fields! Beach, have worn the silhouette or at little science Instruction is being inaugurated -

t : girl*' frocks, with straight lines from in the public schools of Mont-
.t y clair. N. J. Who hasn't wished that has been
the armpit to the low-placed belt or 1'* changedto
,," j ., In the growth of corn there is a period when the kernels knotted girdle, and a skirt in two the ordinary housemaid, particularly
s'-3 r plumped out with ,. flounce, cut short enough to reveal the ll-work. knew a little that of
are a vegetable milk most nutritious. As full knickers. Pussy willow silk, saltwater more about the science of cooking?

4r it vlowly ripen this hardens and finally become almost flinty. satin and fine, high-grade mohair Many of them have never had any
& 4 and worsted mixture are the favored thorough instruction, but have simply
fabrics for exclusive bathing picked up a smattering here and Smith Shoe

0 Only this part of the corn is used in making Post Toasties. suite, and the smartest model are of this there.defect Montclair expects the: to remedy Company
by utiliing school
dark color with facings and public Ii
1 1 the husk and all colored equipment for In domestic ,
t, germ waste being rejected. aaahes of bright ilk. courses
000 science for household maid The first We will continue class .
our high Shoe .. N
t. (e. The new buttoned boot for spring course of twelve lessons will be in the ,

( 4 i I This nutritious part is cooked, seasoned "jutt right' rolled wear fit the foot and ankle so exquisitely elementary principles* of cooking. The
that most women prefer it to fee i* $2.60 for the course and many business at the same location and ,
w :$ and toasted to a crackly golden-brown crispne**-Poet Teatie a 'pump'and silk stockings with tailored Montclair women have arranged to l.
--the suits and costumes, that demand have their servants attend once a solid the i
formality. The patent///leather toe and week. By meaDS of free lectures, recreational continuance; of the

light cloth top of the buttoned boot; classes, summer cuool In .
of the moment give it the dainty suggestion handcraft, etc., the school have been trade of our many patrons
4, Superior Corn Flakes also a slipper and clinging increasingly justifying their usefulness -
1; ilk stocking to the public. The progressive

1 o. /; 'ry 000 people of Montclair have indicated anew

{And' 'they, cwt ho f more :than ordinary "cora Sakes." .Insist the.T.-Ii young; girl a new; it tailored Ja made turban of white for school line having of public a service domestic which science any Smith Shoe Company .

t afl upon. hiving P *t'T' i lir 1', muafin and it baa a corded.. brim which course could adopt without any additional ,
i1' '
fit, the head cloMl,. The'crowd i* expense. JOtl Broadway dr
f+ t *$: ,V ;\ lightly tam-o-ahanter in shape There 3
-. V \ oW by Grocer everywhere.* i* a strap for fastening under' .the A spoonful of vinegar added to the .

-. 10._ . .Dr I chin. The only trimming i* a bunch. water In which meat or fowl are t '

,. . . . . . 1 of S-daisies" 'on the left' aide. ' boiled. '1DaIr:_ them tender. >,1- -.
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.,! .- FRIDAY, ; APRIL 30.' 111S '\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE/ rx .,'1'. >'' ,,


,, tBEtLUIMMBE VALLEY GAZETTE. . .w... Tiller.and -family, motored to I- L. B. Dim way and john',.,.'Drawdy .Mrs.,.Oscar, Cook, -of Haloes 'City '.GRAVKSBoi W Mt&TMf'_":. ''

('I'el.p"". No..IL) Orlando Tuesday evening and spenta of Whittle, spent Thursday in the city. sister of ,Mr; .1.. L. Overstreet: was MAIL DEIIVERY : "; '
few hours looking that I operated on fo..'appendicitis In Orlando Orates was'operated on at'bt.
*' over : ,city., Judge. J.' M Cheney-' ,Orlando, y.
( Published .
Every Friday By Thursday. She la reported! to have Luke'a hospital'at.' Orlando $ua-
; Mr.) and Mr ., Charles S. Henry, was here Thursday'attending court. L
.W. .. BAR*!* ,tl. O. VANS AONBWII who have been spending the winter at 1 stood the operation fine and has good HOURS CHANGED day )by ;;Drat Christi for appendlcltlarMr.
1. Co Maasey of Orlando 'a
; was ,
the Graystone hotel., left. Thursday sere chances for ultimate recovery., '_ Graves was accompanied W Orlando
t..t. ....o..o'Ot... .. .. . night for their home in Easton, Md.i ? business"visitor Thursday Fred W, Kettle,.of Jacksonville\ is by Dr. M; i., Hicks and Mr*. .
Clement T. Sullivan of Loughman, Graves Dr. Hicks retained to Klsslmme ->.
here this week on a special mission }
,1( : Mr for'; and their'Mra.SuAuBogue; home ta Cassapolls left Monday -, was .in the city Thursday on business, of reviewing citrus fruit conditions in Explaining: ; the change in the hour *,,.Sunday evening, while;a Mrs. t ill',

rReport' t Rosier G. I1ancock- of near.Lough Osceola county for a series of articleshe of mall delivery, the local postofficeha Graves returned Monday Mr.'
Mich. will In
They return ,September. in 'issued following statement! ,Awhile bin condition .W..rJ..1 ,
man, was the city Thursday'James' has been writing In the Jacksonville '' Graves. .
Osteen, of Kenansville, was Metropolis. Mr. Kettle is a 'TempiDral'J"- 8ehedule. ous for a time. said to'be getting >
The Hon. Cary D. Landls, of De- in the city Thursday on business. Well known newspaperman and advertising Cause of 'change in schedule and better ,now and .his recovery' la ex .

Following are daily,temperatures > Land former prosecuting attorney of Jack Simmons, of St. Cloud specialist and his writing have tb. delivery. of mail to the city car petted. In a. abort, "time.:
this district, is attending court here was a -
and precipitation as reported done much for the citrus fruit Industry Tiers I
visitor in the
city Thursday.
by Government station this week.J. of the state On April 16, train No.'91 from the trip leave 2:80 pm."return; 8 p.'m.., .
Capt. 3 A. Simpson has returned "
of the real estate
'i at Kissimmee for the week ending A. Barclay from a visit with relatives in Tavares. Those attending the services at.the north arriving here at 1:43 was dis covering business\ district) ,third trip
Arm of Breaker & Barclay, was a
\ April. 29: : Presbyterian church last Sunday heard continued. This train did bring most leave 4:45 p. m., return p. m._; covering . .4
business visitor to Orlando last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baxter of St.
of the mail that noel; arrives train "
Otto, Fischer sing.; Mr. Fischer exhibited : on enUrrt'route. ,
Friday ,_ __ __ _181 63 j I Cloud, spent Thursday in Kissimmee.W. a fine and highly cultivated No. 89, 4:03 p. m. The carriers having Carrier No. ''2, north Klsslmmee:

Saturday __ -_ .____83 60 B. E. Evans latter partof H. Peake. of DeLand, is visitinghis voice and manifested a devout Chrus- no mail to take out at 2:30: the First trip leave office 9:80 a.. nu, return -' '

Sunday __ _ __ __ 82 62 the week at Daytona. Mr. Evans father, Capt. H. MPeake.. tlan spirit There were large and usual time it was necessary to hold 11:80.. m. covering entire t

Monday __ _. __ __83 62Tuesday was ill this week and confined to his Mr. and Mrs. William Garvin. of well pleased congregations at both them for the 4 o'clock maIL route; second trip, leave office 4:45 ,'II 1 f

; __ __ __ __84 59 borne for several days. New York are the guests of Mrs. hours. The morning trip has been changed p. m., return 7 pnu. covering entire, '
Mr. and .Mr Brooks, who live at Andre Van der Meersch. also so that the dally papers reach route. '
Wednesday __ __ _.88 58 122 Mabbette street during the win- Miss Irene Milliard, of Hllli rd'e isl- Gilbert D. Leach that hustling ing here at 9:13 from the south can Carrier No. 8, south KisatnuneeS i
Thursday __ __ __ _88 62 ter months, left Monday to spend the and, visited friends here the first of Tampa his brother, Bland, accompaniedby Leach, whoIs be delivered in the morning insteadof First trip leave office 9:30 a. BW return . ,
I summer In New York. the wt k. in the afternoon. 11:80 a. BU, covering entire
connected with one of the big cigar! Second leave office 4:45p.
Carrier business district route. trip, !
No.1. :
..OOO.OO.OO O OOOOOOO Attorney Thomas. Palmer of Tam- Miss Ella N-ewBome. of Bassenirer, factories In Tampa, spent Tuesday
First trip leave 8:30 return m. return 7 m., covering entire
a. m., p.
pa penl this week in Klssimmee, in visiting her grandmother, Mrs. night in Klsslmmee. They motoredup l1
O OOOOOO OOOOOi 10:30; covering entire route. Second route. .
I business before the circuit Sears Main street.
having on and left for other points north on s

court. Mr. Hendricks of Green Cove Wednesday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Lesher left Springs, is visiting his sister, Mrs. I -Ti.- a lE
i The Local Field i and !Mrs. L. L. Martin, his father ,
Tuesday for Marion Ohio after R. G. Canova. Robert Martin and their three .

spending a week here with Mr. and Miss Mildred Morgan, of Arcadia, children arrived Tuesday from Tam-

oo. o-*** o Mrs. H. W. Morrow.L. is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. E. L.I pa to make Kisnlmmee their permanent -

/ Ask for Reed's bread. 192tJ. L. Lucas of St. Cloud. was here Lesley. home. Mr. Martin will engage Should _
Saturday en route to Tampa, wherehe Paul H. Marks, who has been in St. I In business here, but In not yet decided Why
I{. Halley, of Loughman, was (in spent Sunday, returning to Sd Petersburg for several months, returned in whale line.

the city Wednesday on business. Cloud Monday.Mr. to Kissimmee this week.T. I and .
Mr. Mrs. J. M. Willson. Jr..
W. H. Brokaw with Grilling Brothers and Mrs. John Lane, who have F. McCall manager of the Fair returned Saturday from a vixlt to
the tree peoolo. 40-tf Licking the New 2 Cent Stamp QUENCH THIRST
been spending the winter here the Investment company of St. Petersburg Jacksonville and Tallahassee.>> Both
R. C. Barber and Ed. Whaley of guests of Mr. and Mrs A. L. Stevens, ", was in the city last Friday on Mr. and Mrs. Wlllnon feel much encouraged -

Kissimmee Park were in the city on Main street left Monday for their business. over the outlook for the BECAUSE ... s,

Monday.Mr. home in Benton Harbor, Mich. William Farrell, of Live Oak, spent passage of the Seminole Indian bill It has the Panama Canal oa It. :

and :Mrs. J. F. Jolly, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs J. H. Blaine of Wednesday here attending circuit In the legislature. As announced In s

are the* !guests,: of Mr. and Champaign Ill., spent last week hereafter court. the Valley Gazette last week It l Is WHY DO WE- d

Mrs. B. E. Haley. visiting In Pasco county for the Paul E. Truedell a merchant at practically assured that the bill will Fill the most exacting orders with ease and dispatch? 4 J

Morton Katz of Baltimore Is visiting winter. They left Saturday en route Kenansville, was in Kissimmee Thurs become a law. ,
his uncle M. Katz, and family. home. day. Shirt sale Saturday and Monday. \
Sam McBetb, of St. Cloud was a Capt. H. M. Peak has purchased John W. Campbell, of Loughman, Forty thousand votes on each dollar have the goods and the facilities and oar whole heart b fa i ,

I visitor here Monday. the handsome residence of J. C. Led- was in the city Thursday to make shirt Dann's Department Store. the satisfying of oarCUSTOMER.S- t'n .

t better in Cape Breeze and when his final proof on his homestead. Rev. S. W. Lawler, pastor of the ,
Attorney J. A. Rowe of Orlando, I
family arrive. from DeLand will take I Sweet peas to wear or for your Methodist church, filled the pulpit at Fancy Sugar Cored Hams'd
here this week attending court.
was up his residence there. table can be furnished by Mrs. H. W. Winter Haven last Sunday. Dr. Law- ---------------C
A. J. Hlackwell of Polk county, ; The local Odd Fellows lodge will Boice, phone 216-R. ler again proved his ability as a I (Uncasjvassed.) to

was a visitor In the city Saturday. I attend services in a body at the Methodist Mrs. J. W. Thompson left Wednes- "money raiser" for the church at Win- '
I J. S. Rowland, of St. Cloud, was a church next Sunday morning: at day for DeLand to spend several days ter Haven, which has only 125 members Pint Bottles Grape Juice 'd1C C'' +

visitor In the city Tuesday. 11 o'clockTlvs St. Cloud lodge has there visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S May. pledged to a fund of $3,100 at (Top Notch Brand) _______________________._____

Col. S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud i also been invited to attend. Maior St. Clair-Abramn of Jacksonville the services last Sunday. The money
is to be used in retiring the indebtedness 1 '
was bere this week attending court. Mrs. C W. Griffin returned Thurs- was here Thursday to arguea 2 Cakes Laundry 5 c' x
d against the church .
C. W. Bruns, of Runnymede, was day from a visit in Tampa. She was case in circuit court.C. new building.A __ ,na

In the city on business Monday.A. accompanied by her mother, Mrs. M. H. Armstrong, chief engineer of gospel tent has been erected on i
Heidt who will visit here for several the Makinson lot Broadway anda
on 1
the South Florida &0 Gulf railroad,
L.. Frlnk, ')f Jasper, was here
weeks. was from Kenansville Thursday.H. revival meeting was started there
.. ek court.
tnls attending
> Thursday night, 'in charge, of Rev. C. SoapTAYLOR'S .
The American Woman's league will P. Royce, of Tampa,
representing -
4 Peter Lamb, of St. Cloud was a the A. Kettler and wife, of Chicago.
meet Monday afternoon at Chapter the Thomas' Advertising service,
visitor bere on Monday. will be held here
House. The directors will meet at of Jacksonville, was a 'visitor here Meetings every nightat ;
, G. O. Ricketts. of St. Cloud, was a 3 o'clock, while the regular meetingof Thursday. 7:30 o'clock. They have been hold-
visitor in the city Tuesday. the league will be held at 3:30: ing meetings in Jacksonville for several -
Crocheted hats in white or ecru are months and from that
came city

A! ing Mrs.the J.past McPhatter week.M. has been 111 dur- o'clock.Special hat sale at the LaMode new.sufficient Full\cotton directions and for a hook making only with 35c The meetings are undenomina- Phone 250 _ _ Quick Delivery 1k

in Or- to 60c at The Embroidery Shop. ,,;
Katz spent Wednesday
Shop.W. Dr. C. L. Hyatt has sold his relli i
lando. B. Makinson has sold 'a part of Dr. Hicks visited Ross Graves at dence, medical practice, automobileand
-- New separate skirts, Palm Beach his vacant property on Broadway nextto the Orlando hospital yesterday and office fixtures to Dr. George M. -- - -- .

cloth, at La Mode Shop. the candy kitchen to C. W. Ward, states that he is fast recovering from Dunn. Dr. Hyatt expects to go to oooooooooooo..oo.o... . .... .
who i is arranging to erect a private his operation and is now thought to Miami t.
business to practice. Dr. Dunn has!
Sheriff L. 11. Ingram was a
garage there. be out of danger. from '
come here with his family Geor-
visitor to Tampa last Friday.
; Shirt sale Saturday and Monday. James M Johnston jOscepla coun- yia to make. liig permanent horn-?. -He

__----__Robert- H*>*"*"'*"". who--ha been Forty thousand -votcR on parrr dollar ty's efficenl deputy clerk, has begun lived here some sixteen or eighteen Shift Sa kTHra
spending the winter here, left Tues- shirt. Dann's Department Store. the erection of a new home on his years ago and his return proves the ,

., day for his home in Mary vllle, Ohio. The first examination for the "Ten. property in north Kissimmee, in what old saying that once a resident of

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Brooks lefty derfoot Rank" of the boy scouts was is known as the Sigsbee block.E. Kissimmee the wanderer is sure to return -

4 last week for their home In Rose Hill given Wednesday to three candidates, B. O'Kelley, of the agricultural to his "first love." .

f 111., after spending the winter here. Prator Gilbert, Roy O'Berry and Paul and immigration department of the
Beuter. The examination was conducted Atlantic Coast with VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS
Fred Dalton and Fred Hugglns, of Line headquarters -
. Tampa, were business visitors here by Scout Master Paul K, in Jacksonville was a visitor here AT FLORIDA CITY Saturday and Mon
Monday. Weaver. this week. Mr. O'Kelley, In company "- ;

on G. Francis,. Miss Abbie Joseph T. Thurman who has been with B. E. Evans demonstration agent Florida City.-About twenty car. : { ,
D. :
visiting his son. Harry Thurman, of spent several days making a general loads of vegetables, principally tomatoes ,, .
Harris and J. W. Harris In Orlando.spenLSunday the Graystone hotel left Wednesday survey of agricultural conditions. were shipped during the 'weekending .. '- " ..'" '\\J","" ,, "
with relatives evening for his home in Philadelphia. April 10 and about : : : >.
Shirt sale Saturday and. Monday. twenty-five \f.f( I''j ': '
I Miss Margaret Nelson of-Jackson-. He was accompanied by Mrs. Jennie Forty thousand votes on each dollar cars moved last week. Green beans, '40,000' V'otes'e 1.. IK". ,' t-.f"
la the guest of Misses Anne and who' has also been and .
villa Fenton spendingthe shirt. Dann's Department Store. peppers, eggplants cabbage are "' : ':. "
Elisabeth Carson. winter here. moving quite freely; about onethirdof Merchant Auto Contest r r

George H. Hastings and M. V. J. G. Grossenbaucher, plant pathologist Mrs. J. W. Barnhill, Miss Ruby the movement being shipped by 7 rOn

Cheesman, of St. Cloud, spent Mon- United States department of Barnhill, Mrs. C. B A burg and little local express. Frequent cold rains,
' day in Klsul/nme-e.( and specialist in citrus Miss Ruth Asbury left Thursday en cloudy days and poor growing weather
route to Marshall, Mo., to spend the have cut the crop of winter vegetables '
F. E. Caldwell of St. Cloud spent disease, was here Tuesday He spent will short. The Each $1.00 Shirt or Two VIj
in in this summer. They stop at several tomatoes moving are in
the day visiting section -
Mrs. groves
his daughter, W.I
Tuesday with with B. E. Evans, agriculturalagent. points en route. They are great fairly good shape and the yield I is
I. Barber.Mr. friends of Kissimmee and declare good. Picking has not yet started rl '
Hendricks of Green Cove that if possible they will return next from a number of fields |
Springs, is the guest of Captain and Shirt sale Saturday and Monday. winter. SOc Shirts a"
Forty thousand votes on each dollar
Mrs. R. O. Canova.Mr. shirt. Dann's Department Store. Judge Judklns, a prominent at- How PaintThe ,/
and Mrs. A. L. Uockert left torney of Grand Rapids, Mich., and
Billy Makinson returned last Sat-
Wednesday for Franklin Ohio, after father of Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, of first cost of a good job of paint
urday after spending a week at Bas-
the winter here. Klsslmmeee died his home last Devoe is Trade Cards Contestants
spending lie motored down accompanied $50 (average size, .of Buy from :
George senger Friday. Mrs. Tucker his bedside The second of
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. by John Clay and returned was at course cost a secondor
Bronson of Shingle Creek shopped with an automobile load of young when the end came, having arrived third or four rate Job, $rto/ $100. r
In the city Tuesday. there on Thursday. The wear is likewise. The better
'gators. you paint, of course, the longer it
Miss Marlon Sergeant has returned St. John's guild, of the Episcopal Judge T. M. Murphy, of the county wears. And the more you for

from a visit with her parents at church will meet next Tuesday, May court, celebrated a birthday Thursday, your job, the shorter it wears!ray t

I Avon Park. 4, at 3" o'clock;, at the home of Mrs. but "woman-like" he refused to say Devoe is one of a dozen good paints. Dann's Department Store :
Lewis Kraus, of Sanford was a I H. W. Thurman. All ladies of the which one it was. In honor of the There are hundreds of bad one As

buslnes visitor here the first of the church are cordially invited to be occasion Judge James W. Perkins, likely as not: Devoe l Is the only good
week. present who is holding circuit court here this one in this t wn.

Joel Tyson tied? < at her lJOuH'at The Re/. W. B. Witherspoon and week presented Judge Murphy witha DEVOE ... I
itl Mrs. I fine box: of cigars. W. B. Makinson
jVahton Sunday night and war Dr. C. L. Hyatt, representing the Kis- i A Co., sell it.

buried at Ashton cemetery Tuesday. slmmee Presbyterian church, and ___ ____ __ u_ ___ _, __ ---- --- --- -- --- -- -' -- q.
Otto Fischer left Tuesday afternoonfor ,
, Shirt sale Saturday and Mond.y.Forty Sorrento where they will attend .,
thousand votes on each dollar. the r
: the semi-annual meeting of Florida -
shirt. Dann' Department They will to-
Bennie Walker, of Basseng. was < Presbytery. return We all friends
day. want
in the city this week attending circuit our :
x court. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Johnson, of Special 3
Knoxville. Tenn., spent the week-end
Insist Look for Reed'the label Home on Bakery your bread.kind. with Dr. A. J. Holt and family. While from all over Osceola Countyto '

on here Mr. Johnson looked over property
19-2t he bought here a year ago witha s
Rev. W. H. Ball returned Wednesday view of buying more land for some
Contest. visit 8 :@
Saturday May
from Orlando, where he spent of his friends. pay us a ,

several days visiting friends.W. i
formerly lived Mrs. Powers of Sioux: City, Iowa ., ;
Ferrill\ who .
shaking Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
here, was here this Barclay. Mr. Powers, who died several ) '
hands with old friends. WHEN YOU COME IN TO
at time In
years ago, was one
Arthur Haycockle and In daughter the city this, of the early days a professor at Colum- Bonus THE CATTLE SALE FAIR DAY
Bermuda were Mr.
bia college at Lake City. Young t.
week. Powers and Congressman Sears were AND BARBECUE CALL ON OUR r.

Skirts at the La classmates at Columbia.:
white Wash
New Contestants in Merchant. STORE AND SHAKE HANDS WHETHER

Mode Shop. Mrs. E. L. Lesley and IOn. Master Automobile Contest' will .
Ii Walker, of Bassenger whoa from Klsslmmee YOU BUY ANYTHING OR MOT. '
; B. F- John T., were up be given from
X has been here this week attending yesterday and spent the day greeting .. i.

; kcourt, will leave Sunday for Jacksonville friend. They were accompanied by ,

-, where he will enter school. Miss Mildred Morgan, of Arcadia, May 1 to 13 v it
" L. R. Farmer came up from near wbo Is visiting Mrs. Lesley.-Orlando here
want to see t
Whittier where the road rang is Sentinel (Saturday.) you '

working to spend Monday with his Mr. and Mrs.-J. E. Davis Mr. and 10,000 Additional Votes f 1 > j

family in Klsslmmee. Mrs. E. E. Latty Misses Marlon and
Wednesday for and Frank Jones spent
'Lee Jarrell left Mildred. Latty
Gainesville where he will take about last Sunday in a motor boat outing to aD each Dollar for Payments of

a month's work, in the state universityto Canoe Creek and Kisslmmee Lake. \ account& This bonus will be H. CSLasIfJidC4. :

complete bill law course. They reported an enjoyable day's given either to colatestanta or patrons .

Congressman W. J. Sears returned upon presentation of .... ". ." ''.. -
trip.Miss '
Tuesday' afternoon from Tallahassee, Palmquist of Shingle Creek, .. ceipted bill 10 thatContestManages ; Goods .and NotionsKissimmee jf
: Clothing : '
where he .pent MYeral days wateh.! who attends school in Kissimme, was . \ Dry ; .
,: .... |ng the state colons: at their labors.. bitten by a dog at bet: home Tuesday ,.., "
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rather severely UDded. th. ani- "Y' Sh'Cloud; ,
y G: '1t.'Cone.' of Taylot's grocery. b and nal setting hie. ,teetm..b on her t' ... f''eIisr''' ,. t :;, > t... ., :: .. ; f ... .: '
'> 'confined'to his room ,'al ..a t result of bt slde -The' dog la not thought to have .t .1 "'T s ..."; .. .. ,- .(...4t..*> *. 1'41< ". .. .. '. "' _f. 1

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auditorium with balcony to seat 600 build the proposed municipal dock" and
< t 4" tt 44"t<*4>4>4>Y OO'OI <>v>4"4"4 >* line railroad receiving bids until
OOot'O heat belt
.o+o+M 0 Oo 0 OH-H or more; brick; roof; steam
i estimated cost $$26,000; bids opened 2 Po.m", May 17, for the $400,000. bond, ;
x BERRY SHIPMENTS Among the Growers of Truck I Column ForwardFRESH I )I.y4.. MMlaml.Chrlstiansen. Issue. -

; It VERY PROFITABLE I And Fruit in Osceola County t... erect building on Eighth Bros.street, will be-

r .Ncce... atWt.,.e..>e x..cTo ><- . ......-. . ......--.-. .-..-...._.."..,..,.,..,...,-, "-"..'-- REPORTS OF PROGRESS tween reinforced Avenues concrete D and; 60x90 E; two ft:stories lower; I SAVE MONEY ON A '

NEARLY ONE MILLIONOF QUARTS how the diversity of the truck about 2,100 or 2,200 quarts from tacre. hit; FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF floor for ice cream factory ants store- ham 't t
w HAVJ Besides those he has sold MrHowell rooms; upper floor, apartments. PALM BEACH
STR A W BE Kit I ES around Kiosimmce, A. S. Nelson FLORIDA. . SUIT
?15 BEEN SHIPPED FROM PLANT crops reported at the last meeting of the has canned about 100 which'quarts Plant City.-S. E, Maya will erect ,
of beans artlooking '
r CITY SECTION, NETTING THE; I OKi-cola County Fruit and Truck Crow-: lie has three acres make about a Sarasota-Southern Investment Co., building; brick; 30x60 ft; two stories. 1 I Beach Suit lab-
ri well and will A genuine Palm r
r ers' association that he hud seen on : T. C. Williams, general manager, will e iJ'eled. k
GROWERS CLOSE TO $200,1100. I sale in the stores here tlv followinglist I half to two-thirds crop. He expects develop 87,000 acres land. Fellsmere.-F. H. Trimble, archi will be delivered to your address I ,
of vegetables and fruits grown on I to have 150 hampers ready for shipment e eWauchula.Wauchula". tectFa11 amass, i is reported remodeling for only $4.601
Plant City-With the passing of this the farms in this .section'( Green: lieiin' ,. in about two weeks. lie haf Co., capital Broadway hotel for business building; Compare it with others and you
week the strawberry season will prac. tomatoes, pepper1' ImnHIIKK I about a third of an acre in pepeprs. stock $1,200,000, incorporated; II. Van- will provide stucco finish flat roof will find that no matter how much I

s tically he over although it is will expected green, t-truwlierr pens 'M, imillu-ri, ii-s, 'liliirklierries which were put out after the frost and dulah, president and general manager; etc.; stores on lower floor. I' more you pay you will get no better -
t that a few rigeralois week go: I i-qimsli, lettuce, onion", turnips I are coming along nioely. 111 r. How.11hllh .1. A. Mrlnnis, secretary; Maxwell! e e 'goods. Made of as good Palm s
> forward each day for the next 01 .. spinach, roasting 1 a grove:, of three and a half acie Baxter! treasurer., Stuart.-Mayor McDonald will erect Beach cloth as is on the market.
The receipts for the past )" .Is.lITol'o' I a 48x78 fete two stories ; re-.
ten day ecliryand \ in which be has grapefruit: orange building; ; ,
I ,h week amounted to but 15,100 quarts,, ears, new potatoes t grapefruit, I pouch and, fig trees. which are looking" Fort Pierce.-Charles S. Emerson, St. Petersburg. Franklin Mee- A Suit for $4.50
netting 'the growers the to4al net sum ruldmjje. fine. president' and general manager of theNews han prepared plans for improvements Dfliwr4t. Yarn i
I'' of $l,7H.t0| (; This is the smallestweek's Publishing, in interested in erec- to Jungle Park, to include terminal
\:, receipts since the week ending .1. S. Niswonger has three acres of I II P. 1. llirleman has sold, l.r>0 quartsof tion of hotel; having preliminary plansprepared. station This is a big bargain and meant
,t Jnmiaiy 7. I I growing, wuteimeloiu* and') strawberries, from an eighth; of an a real saving that should be worthwhile r.;t I
rhshipping season this year has He also has an acre of .allt/lIOIlI"1 acre tract. Mr llirleman. has just. e altrookavilleHernando St. Petersburg-St. Petersburg Golf to anyone in these times. ,
? 'v extended over a period of twentyone"R I I -- set out an orchard of eight plum four county, M. club is having plans prepared by Send your breast, waist and .'.1 j
I weeks, dining which time a total of I I (i.; II?. Woodall has a who nice. h younlFrove now quince; four pear, fifteen apple) and 1 II. Snow, clerk, will expend $250,000 Henry H. Dupont & Co., 305 Central length measure and remit by post-
7<'.<),,r,07 quarts of berries have hl'enI / of citrus fivnts is four peach trees. on rock road to be constructed by National Bank building, St. Peters- office or express money order, bank ttI
Hhippoi from, the local platform. With three years old. I .county force, ; no contracts. I burg, for golf clubhouse.! I draft or registered letteV. \,1
t I the addition of the Dover and Sydney I H Bun tlire haIIn \(' Oscar Smith, who has a place about a a a Money will be returned to you '
(iHiitlpns; for
not Saint:; Miami. Dade county, southern section inforced concrete lower floor write that
which ; if
I, fhipmt-ntH, reports on are which' will In1readv four and a half miles out the Oilundo! by next mail you us ti
4 t more than ,r>(0 per cent complete at I this I acre of tomatoes. about fowl road, planted four acres in oinngc. I voted $100,000 bonds to construct stores with plateglass fronts; upper you are not satisfied, References, rt
time, the total number of quarts shipped I for the' market in line shape, :I and grapefruit. this spring and! says Ingrahnm highway from Homestead I floor for apartments. the Commercial Bank of Ocala, or ;
reaches !nf.7.IiOOql1nrl ( () weeks; an a< re of okra in south to) Monroe! county line. a here.
this section I bank
from or any newspaper i
about they are doing nicely.M A. Lawrence, any
I tolnl'wlI, exceed! one I which will lie ready to ship I I St. Petersburg.-B./
} which end of next week .lime I ; one acie' of IM-HIIS' \\hicli, ), will, I Lo-.z. t jr., and others are reported to expendl'i,000
million quarts by it is expected all returns produce. aliout half a clop on account :'; will have half an I $ : to improve the. Spa. B. COLEMAN Ocala Fla.
which time 1 ,
by for mark..11111111
A total of of the' lateness: of the season nail line of beans ready! -Ii url streets; about 40,000 sq. yds. I
1' will be has complete.been received i by the frost ; a 'quarter' aria of lu-ans in !ooilshape the next( week. 11 I..r. Schreifels also,, nil adain pavement;; 2900, sq.' yds. P ensaco I a-City commissioners will I

$lf'i7.'US.Ii: Hitheir, net returns for the winch will be, .ready) for mIll, h.t has a four-acre seedling grove. I i Ol" sin facing; 5.r, 44 cu. yds grading. !,I -- -- --= /.
glowers * ---
ASt s )i }berries shipped this season$200,000: and when this gunner in two wex.-tvs Here( ; of ail w ache att-i"ofuoi't melon1-I ;: innll corn; 1'. Biesener.' of East Shingle frcvk ('1"11 r" III..r.-lJr, ) T. W. Proctpr, I Ii
close to
Hp-iii will run Mass reported to erect
; : accounted for.Shipments grove of four acres in oranges and is putting( in a Skinner irrigation system Safaninrp .
i4, all retuins; are by days during the past giapefruil, and a grape arbor, 10 feet on three I acres. He has set 1 out residence.Clearwater.. . .

'i I, week, and the net sum received\ for long which .is now. four years old.S. I from ]KM( ) to ]150) trees for a mixed orchard .-K. W. Morgan will CTRUS E XCH 4.NF o F A :
4. ,
I which he will have plums
follows --
: each duy'c shipments, ale as :: I ptohably let contract about May 1 to
wt Pricesj" i T Kansler declares lie has alittle I peaches, l kun quats, lowquats, pecans erect residence, ; two stories; ordinary
'a'' ,' Quarts of everything. on Ins truck farm persimmons andgrapes.
\ applies apricots roof cost $6,000.
JA Friday u___ __ ;'t.040 $ H: (>4.80 j south of tlv city and a visit there construction ; shingle* * ;

j"" Saturday 3,120 :H84.40() proves, his statement to be true The Eu"tiRW S. llelvong) advertising

tc i 1+ Monday __ 3,840 4C O.HO I ix'Kt part of it is that everything i iq CharIeR S. Neit has four acres ofgrove manager of Calumet Baking PowderCo. ,,

w t Tuesday 2,240 280.00: looking/ nice. He has half an acre of and four acres in corn. Besidesthe ., Chicago/ 111., will erect six-room V
Wednesday 2,320: U32.00 little late owing to the season -
beans, a I bungalow.
ocrn which he reports as coming
1 Thursday 640 -59.60- I ; acre and a half ""of tomatoes, I he has a quarter acre of a W W 1018Heard Twenty million boxes of oranges and grapefruit. Thinkof
which looking fists and holdingall Ja..ksonville.-W. C. Hodges,
1 Totals ____ unlr.,200 $1,781.60 I of the are crown bloom ; two acres of I (of German; watermelons millet and, all an in acre nice and shape.A. a.half building, let contract to F. C. itl I Barring disaster Florida will have this enormous crop

k Prices paid the growers during the I strawberries, which in spite of theseverity Iilmore: Tallahassee, to erect dwelling to sell within five
) hima at Point La Vista, South Jacksonville
paid \
tha the winter
week little higher past
past were a S. Nelson! reports that he has
the half of nukes which arebeginning ; cost $1(IiHOO.(
during the previous averag profit; acre about two acres in sweet potatoes and * *
prico for the week being about 12c to look fine; quarter acre of strawberriesMr. willerect thrown the market with ,
and an acre and a half in Jltck onville-E. F Rainey If this great volume of fruit is on
quart with a range for the we"k okra; some watermelon, squash that he is frame dwellings '
per Nelson however, three two-story
says will obtain
S { i of from Rc to 14 l-2c per quart. Tier' small amount of other vegetables.Clark doing more /general farming than on Eleventh street between Laura and out proper organization for its handling, the grower

1'i are still quantities of berries tha hlld Howell sold I f'MO' worth of truck growingand/ l is planting Kaffir Silver streets;; cost $9,000.! little or nothing for most of it.
could be shipped if the growers * aJacksonville.Wm.
strawberries off his acre and is still (Corn and Kelleretta at the Park gar- Macduff is
but the A.
time to devote to them, vegetables I
; picking He he will get in all Jens.DR. W. B. L
t are requiring practically nil of says ____ __ having plans prepared by marketed co-operatively
--- if the is
- - - - ----- hand
n the other
On crop
their time, and with the fancy prin'sbeing Camp Jacksonville, for dwelling on

1, n.+' received for their spring vegc; 1'1111.1,11'NOW:; St. Johns avenue; Italian renaisance; with proper work to increase demand in the meanwhile all 1
table., they consider it unprofitable to : BETTER MARKET NOW SIIIPPINCJ: TOMATOESMiami. 4xH2: feet; stucco on hollow tile; be told at satisfactory
heat that is of good quality can
1' c t'1'' continue berry shipments when the Spanish tile roof; hot-water ; I this fruit
time cOuld be spent in getting off :' .-Dr. 1' Phillips, of Orlando electric light; ; cost about $25,000.
r 4 i is the east coast making hisheadquarters a a a prices.
their other FOR
il: it at ireentree Inn. The Lakeland.-Mrs. W. B. Croft is having -
A general summary of the herr) ; I
J. Poteet
by A.
u: shipments for each week, from the -- - doctor tomato will deal be and heavily is now interested shipping/in the(' Lakeland' plunn, for dwelling/ ; ordinary.! construction The Florida Citrus Exchange i is !ready: for !thit problem of
i is
the to date, I -
beginning of season AMOl'NT( : OF without
below the dates being for the ESTIMATES has a packing house" at Goulds wherehe ; shingle' roof: :> the near future. ItIone of the marketing agencies is conducting -
given $2,5DOT!
,A1 i
wilt-market Ififl- mii5chanical-equipment
i last day of the week .for:. which th adequate campaign to develop demand. Its tales
-80 ,.00O'T 1000.000 BOXES: is now loading cars. tlvey an
.. report is given:: Orlando.-C A. will erect I the whole
A HEAVY BLOOM IS ON TilE court force has. been strengthened to aggressively cover
Quarts Prices. Live Oak.-School trustees engaged twelve bungalows; around open
w Dec 3 ____-_._ 160 $ 66.0i 1 TREES. Mark & Sheftall, Jacksonville, to prepare with cement walks connecting same; country. More and more it is selling fruit in new markets

t. jt M Dec. 10 ________ 1,280 512.01 Cars moved last week _'____ __ 70C plans for grade and high-school private sewerage r 'system.* instead of in the auctions. Join the Exchange! 1,

F Dec. 17 u______ X2,016 1,244.21 Cars moved week before last 672 building.

'I : ;,t'' Dec. 24 ________ 2,582 1,710.91 Total to last Saturday _____ ___24,158 Milton.-School1 trustees will erect D. Wills is having, Pensacola plans, Fla.pre-, f'I
Dec. 81 ______ 6,184| 2,814.90.Jan. and audi- pared _
1 u school twelve classrooms classrooms and
> ...' 7 ______u 11,880 3,643.21 J Jacksonville.The Florida citrus torium; cost about 26000. for[ high school; twelve rI

C Jan., 14 ______u 23,676 5,400.61 crop still continues to move freely, as ; ,, --- -- ..t-.tI ,
Jan. 21 ________ 25,600 6229.20; ( 706. were shipped last week, or --- --- + I :

I Jan28 ________ 42,464! 9,898.01( thirty-three cars more than the week J'"
r I Feb. 4 ........ 43,600 "8,056.4( previous. The total shipments to date 41V0E '
Feb.- 11 ..J.-...,. 47,088 '7,637.8 since September 15, 19)4) are 24,159 Free Paint CITRUS 'EXCI-1 "
13,962.7( carsLast week's movement consisted -
Feb. 18 *_.-.-.., 96,437
:Feb. 25 ,..*_.___: 68,008 10,811.08M.r. of 404 cars of grapefruit*. and 301

ssr- 4 .--___-- 72,990 18,616.83M.r. cars of oranges. :
N 11 ________ 63,712 11,084.64Mar. A large percentage of the orangesnow r
Valencia Devoe the
of paint
1 the state are half job
leaving Paint ;
t 18 _?-___.:_ 49,120 8.875.0C of a fine your -
Mar. 25 _____ 46,680 10.738 40 variety. They
sun u
will hangon
: *t" s .Apr. 1 u______ 83,520 12.949.6C quality the tree and as late in the variety season before other half whatever you like. '
8 ____ ___ 39.700 4,05'1.44Apr. c
I Apr. their the growers are
( 15 ________ 29,760 2,331.60 they not anxious at the juice present rising con- doesn't take less gallons and d : $16.95 to
Apr. 22 uuuu 15.200 1,781.60 dition of the markets to rush their If Devoe \

f '' *. Totals -------769,607 $136,916.21 fruit moving to and Both shipments the orange are i cost less money, no pay. The cost of put. RICHMOND.

Dover ____ ___ _-.159,271 24,408.95 and grapefruit market continues to .

r l, 3' w;, a, Sydney _________ 28,822 6,013.00Grand equals remain the strong supply and that the is demand now moving.fully ting it on is about two=thirds of the job. June 1-2-3 1915

r .} totals 957,600 $167,338.1G It is estimated that there still remains -
------ in the state from 800,000 to two '
EARLY VEGETABLES IN N. Y. 1,000,000 boxes of citrus fruit. It is I If Devoe doesn't wear a year or CONFEDERATEVETERANS i

believed by those interested in the
,p'' Stock Now Wet Comhtg Florida.from Carolinas as deal that for the rest of the season years or three years or four years longer .

as there will be fair prices and the shipments ,
f Y' ' New York-Wit.h vegetables moving out of the state will about and better-we'll give you 1tlt1V '
3' d ; from the Florida, New Orleans and equal the demand. distinctly longer 1

F.. Carolina sections, the market has been The orange bloom is heavy throughout / REUTttON
r" .. ;L.1 I In fair shape this week, with indica the state. Some grower state enough to do it again. '.

tlons of better prices In the near fu. that it .is the heaviest bloom in years L i1'i Tickets on Sale May 29th to June 2nd,
ture. Excepting New Orleans vegetables and to the present time it is stick- The best half
Jl up it will turn-out.
s 1w3 which are on the wind-up, due in there is every prospect to believe But we warn you how i inc., limited to June Oth.1 Extension andstopover

i 1 ,to arrivals of Long Island chicory and that; trees will hold their heavy bloom. of job will cost you so much less than the other half, and privileges. For :
r, 'i 'eacarol and Bermuda parsley, carrots The grapefruit bloom does not appear your rates, schedules, reservations -
and beets and the inferior quality ofthe all heavy as the orange, but there wear so much better too, that you'll never divide it again. etc, call on ,
I southern tomatoes, conditions are 18 a prospect of a large grapefruit;
,, quite satisfactory. Chicory and esca- The groves have put on a fine free I hll hlll l JUull :
crop. you'll get
You won't paint atilt f I'
''I'9ll1Old' at $1 to $1.50. curly parsley $1 growth both as to foliage and wood, get your u II N W. C. GILBERT, ''erl
'v' 1 'to $1.50 plain parsley $2 to $4, shal- the growth not being equaled in years. lINE'
1.. lots $3 per barrel beets 3c per bunch, The majority of the groves throughout what is better. You'll know Devoe; You'llknow Ticket Agent
:44 Carrots! Ic per bunch, leeks |is to 2clper the state are in better shape than i

.' Is r, Darrel bunch;; lettuce $1 to $1.60 per ever before.-The Packer.- -_ strong paint, you'll know weak paint; ATLANTIC COAST LINE >s

Prices on Florida vegetables were FROM :3 1-2 ACRES $1,321.25
not quite so high, lettuce bringing $1 and the question is settled. STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTHPacking .
$1.25 green beans $2.60 to $3,50fancy Miami,..-Six hundred and seventy- .
$ 'r !ito, wax beans $3 to $4.50, spotted nine hampers of potatoes raised at W. B. Makinson Company Kiasimmee 4 r

1 } beans $2, peas $3 to $4.60, per large the Miami Beach orchard were sold ,
basket $2 to $3 per small basket, peppers one day last week f. o- b. Miami, for - -

s + $2! to (3, eggplants $2 to $3.50, 1,321.25. The tubers were raised on T 1'1' I Ir
''according to size and quality, cucumbers three and one-half acres of land and ( "Vv ,
$3.50 Co $5.75, cabbage $225 to only one ton of fertilizer per acre was \
;;b .$3.26 per crater $1 at $1.60 per bas- used. Eyery potato in the lot was .
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for both 10 and having the least scabto
'iet, celery $1 to $2 perfect, not one i
o' 12-inch crates. Tomatoes ranged anywhere mar its surface. Another interestIng -- \
t from $1 to $3 according to condition was noted. Every potato .;.:
4y w '} > while the few fancy, hard tried was mealy, not a soggy one .. ;r :
r eonditlon\\n.ble brought higher prices. being found.
r Carolina cabbage was in very Mr. Collins, president of the Miami Efficient FactoriesFor
South In Complete
rt I heavy receipt Tuesday which caused Beach orchard says that the crop was House Equipment Such As Growers Must Have, Can Be Only t,
and remain low the from Red Bliss seed. ,
a' the price to drop grown than ever realize that satisfactory in-
fruit more
balance of the week. Most sales ranged and assembling packing house Florida: growers (
d ,t from $2.25 to $2.60. Peas brought WllvLE FAMILY DEPENDENT years we have been making ex- comes follow the marketing of first-qwility fruit only. The care of .1.,

/AI$2.50 to 93.50 remain 75c to bunch, machinery, building plants for the purpose along the L'cc w Our the is important and must not be neglected of course; but . .

t{v lettuce fl.26, beets 8e to 5e per Mr. E. Our Williams, Hamilton family ,depend Ohio _ace has demonstrated to be most efficient and the it is grove the handling of the fruit in the packing house that finally ;. "
", ,:it /t rr ots,4e to' 8c' per .bunchv-The writes Pine-Tar-Honey.: Maybe someone factories at Dunedin have recently been enlarged, as indicated We be- determines the price it brings in the market. Up-to-date packingijeve

, ),beker.,1" on Cold illustration above totak careof rapidly increasing buaine for fruit
." In your family has a severe of Florida house machinery will result In satisfactory prices your
4y.: r I .OrlandoT.....The''' Orlando board of It is the baby. The original and hope this means that M4 the UUUJV fruit growers Guaranwhenever other conditions are at favorable and give top-of-the- c

;\ trade is. making preparations toptcperly. Dr. Dell's Ine-Tar-Honey lean can have their wants supplied with Skinner's 'Satisfaction market figures always. It will pay every time. "
E ,-I' feed.andentertaintheFloridadrngTisUwh ever ready household remedy-it teed house machinery, no matter how great the demand. CC, ;
the ask for and price lists.i. .
will pass through immediate relief. Pine-Tar- Send for illustrated booklets, and specifications ,
y I,, I-io.! cIty the: middle'.of',Jine on.their way gives Honey penetrate the linings of the Special prices for Jane Installation* -wriUi now for these.,
| the stat'eonventlon at' Atlantic and Lungs, destroys the .CO. LEAVE. .
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i Y :,: The: Home,:Garden in.' the' South 'I''I'i i ; 'h HOW 'Tip MARKET ORANGES I ) :; i
G. B. WOODAll..
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;; :' - -- ' - - -- ? -- Dear Sir:-Iwill giro the orengsgrowern a notifying them whan hi. true aew Ute. ,
Transplanting tend to-produce uniform The land'should) be In good conditionand thla.week my. plan for preparing ! car will be in and solicit their trade ...,. dYMq -
stocky plant with a well-devel 'everythingoperation should be ready for and marketing the orange in: and by *o doing he can cell one to ,
oped root aystem. The'United -States quick'' when planting ,time the future. A Ion*. row of figure two,can per week. The thing: to do O.r ....... :;
department of agriculture' specialist' arrives. 'Mark off the row or dig scares ma, eo I will. work from. a small i* to organize from the grove' to the !. th. w .. ., r
give" detail regarding transplanting,. the hole for the plant ,just ,before packing ho..... consumer and ave what the man get. ... aid
,in a new farmers' bulletin (No. 647) planting to prevent the drying of the W. will take 'community where that come her to solicit your fruit We evil -
entitled.,"The .Home. Garden 'in The soil. If there ii raised every Tear twenty cart and also the man that he get* to go 'm ._.... e. **
South." cloudy dayaorleJusttbeforpelalghtfalL of orange. Th. present system will around with him auto hire, hotel bill .......,,...... ;
", For the best results, plant started When'the soil i Is very dry It I* advisable coat the grower 1150 per car of.300 and all such that ha to com out of :
In box., hotbed or cold frame to use a little water in the hole. boxes and twenty car would. be your fruit and yon can save at leas
>should be transplanted' when they The water should be applied when the 8000. A* shown last week, the ,half the commission and you aav '
/reacha' heloght of one to two inches. hole I* partially filled with the IOU, packinghouse man make $35 on each $50 on packing and put them up a* South
The seedgllng-s may be transplanted and the moist earth should then be car which, would be $700. |I: they do now. Then there i* the item 1 ;
to boxes or to the hotbed or cold: frame covered with dry soil to prevent bak Now any community of ten citizen ''of cull. The large part of them are :
to stand about two inches apart each ing. Plant should be.. a trifle can organize and buy this material at j I just a* good a* any if you have your
Some grower transplant twice deeper in the garden than they were wholesale price and even do better 1 own man to sell them. All this washing 21'M
setting; in the open ground. in the plant bed. Pack the soft thor.ou&hly than that-they can eave over $700, and culling is just to cater to the .
Hardening Off. around the plant, so a* to on twenty car of orange by doing!,I commission man. Let your fruit get -
Plant grown in a house hotbed or avoid air space their own work or what part of it ripe on the trees and it will Mil if:
;, cold frame should be hardened off be- The Cultivation Garden Crop. they can. |I it never sees a washer and you need ,f
fore they are transplanted to the gar Frequent shallow' cultivation should In order for them to save anything not wrap it. .
f den. This can be accomplished! by ventilation be given garden crops. By keeping more on packing they must put men I| There is one thing...the grower must
d and exposure to outdoor conditions 'the surface of the soil stirred a dust in the markets to sell their goods. We learn and that is not to ship his fruit
during the day in good weather mulch is formed which prevent the will say 'they put a man of their own too green. That simply rum everything -
.- If the plants are in a hotbed or loss of moisture through the pores in in Atlanta Ga. and buy their licenseas the first of the season and the .
cold frame the covers may be remov the soil and keeps down weeds. other Dealers do, so that he can market hardly gets over it the whole
ed during the day when the weatheris The soil should be cultivated a* soon sell at retail a* well a* wholesale. season. There is much more that
good and replaced toward night as possible after a rain to break the You ship him a car of oranges of 300 could be said but this is enough for the .
fall. After danger of frosts is past crust and prevent baking. Sandy soils boxes; put in 150 boxes packed and present. If the growers will only be
: the. covers may be left off at night. may be cultivated when quite wet but 150 boxes loose in one end of car. He up and doing they can save money.
By the time the plant are large clay soils should not be stirred when can sell them out at retail at fifteen I I| G. B. WOODALL.MAN .
enough to be transplanted to the garden sticky. Too much emphasis cannot be and twenty cents per dozen. You have'
they should be thoroughly accustomed placed on the matter of thorough cul-.' saved the packing of 150 boxes of TAKK8 HIS OWN MKOICINF
to outdoor condition. Such tivation. If the work is property done oranges, which, at the present prices IS AN OPTIMIST : '
plants usually withstand the transferto at the right time there will be little would cost you $750. Then he would I He has ---
absolute faith In his medicine
the garden with little check and difficulty in controlling weeds. realize at least $75 by retailing the i :
-be knows when he takes it torcert.ln
few losses. In cultivating the garden, smalltooth -
other half of the car. That would
Setting Plants in the Open Ground. cultivators should be used to pre be $150. him $5 I ailments! be gets relief. Per:
Say you paid per
Before taking the plants from the vent ridging or furrowing.. A turn- day and it took him a week. You pie who take Dr. King's New Discovery -
bed it should be thoroughly wateredand plow or sweep should not be used for would have paid him $35 and your for an Irritating Cold are optimists Phone .
the water allowed to soak into the cultivation unless the land become so license cost total You' -they know this cough rem- ,
$50 $85.
ground. This will insure a portion of weedy that cultivators will not do the you ; edy will penetrate the linings of the
would have saved $65. Add to that
the soil adhering to the roots! and will work. Frequent cultivation kills the I the difference of what the commission' throat kill the germs and open the
prevent serious wilting or the checking weeds between the rows before they j' way for Nature to act. You caa't -- -
would than
but hand work will be man havp' gotten more you destroy a Cold
of growth. Take up the plants become large, man of $25.00. Add to that ,, by superficial treatment -
with a trowel or spade and pack themin necessary to keep the soil stirred be- paid your -you must go to the cause ot
would have saved
boxes or baskets in which to carry tween the plants and to keep down the you 150 boxes and have on saved packing I the trouble. Be an optimist. Get a F /n7p/e.ments .
them to the field. weeds in the row. you I bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
one one car of oranges 11250. Takea
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you pay would be suitable for under-
4 IXJUGHMAN ITEMS OO UNION CENTER. on every car, which you would not. clothing, this expert explained paper as It Right price .
4 0 So you would have $950 to add to your could then be thrown away after using -
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twenty cars. vs
Mr. B. A. Carter left this week for May 14, is the day set for Then again you can pack in boxes \,
y North DakotX.f our annual Sunday school picnic.
without wrapping them. It costs four :
i Mrs. Baker, of Denver! Colo., is Everyone is cordially invited to at- cents per box for the paper; for that' war
here visiting her parents" Mr. add tend. Bring well-filled baskets and ..
would $12 You
save a on
paper. j
Mrs. Chas. Krecek. have the time of your lives. There ..
can hire men for $2.50 per day that: postal cards
AD old fashioned" house warmingwas will be a program: by the Sunday will do that kind of packing and they I|

Indulged in last Monday nig' school. will put up as many boxes per day as I' 10 for $1 each stamped and mailed
by a crowd that gathered at Twin Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. llarvey, Edna the man you pay five cents per box ,, 25 for $2 I 3 or 4 a week until you
Oak Grove, Wm. Jesrhka, proprietor. and Lena Harvey.visited Mrs. Smith to pack, which would be another saying ]':. 40 for $3 have all.
A general" good time was had Music and Evelyn Tuesday afternoon. of $7.50.People I I I The greatest record of the world's
and dancing, after which a dainty Mrs. Munn, Gordon Munn, G. P. may tell you that these plansof war; already 200 different cards. Send
Munn and wife and Mrs. Chas. Wil-
lunch was served by the" ladles. Those parking and shipping won't work, money in letter or money order to .
liams and children have been ill with
present were" Mr. and Mrs. A. R. and they won't if you are shipping to :, GEORGE FRISCII
Cramer" and children, Mr and Mrs. lagrippe during the past two weeks- a commission man, but if you have ) Niederwiesa' : Germany "':<
the of -
Jl. W. Hoyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lloyd Harvey was guest your own man to handle them they i STJony. r + A r .
Claude and Ben Barber ,
tjBRBer." Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Thomas, Sunday. will work. I have tried selling a car fi t tOUR
Blanche Lawson and Ruth Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Firth Mr. and in two days and I shipped some a few I
visited Mrs. Guy McClain Tuesday.Mrs. I
Mrs. S. L.. Uergert and daughter; Ignore days ago just placed in box and not j
called Mrs.
Mr. I. N. McNorton Mr. Roy and Evelyn Meyers Friday afternoon.C. on wrapped and they sold at once for a i: SELECT HOMES CHOICE FARMS
WcNorton. Mrs. Kimble, Mr. F. K. good price. The thing to do l is to put''
H. Funk and and Mr. and
McLain, Mr. ,,;. B. Havens, Mr. Earl family your men in the towns and let them' VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE. _
Mrs. McClain were guests of Mr. and
Thomas, Mr. 11. A. Sharer and-Mr.- D. .1dr Spreng- Sunda)'-at-dinner;: -'-- gtin-touch--with ait the vegetAl ', '
--- -- and fruit of the and
-- : peddlers
iHfl'Mr. -
-- ; Don't forget the picnic. MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS
R. A. sates, cashier E. E. Evelyn Smith called on the Munn let them know when your fresh fruit Penfleld j'
608 St.
Will be in and will sell it all
Skipper & Co., bankers, enjoyed a and Williams' families Wednesday. your
bolday Monday. Mesdames Spreng, Funk and Mc- right from the car. You have three FARM.IMPLEMENTS ARE MADE BY'.T t'': : ..
The Everglades Cypress companyare days to hold the car without demur One block west of Clyde .TenUe.
Clean called at the Wetherbee home.
contemplating building a rail- last week. rage and if a man will hustle he can (Clyde the second avenuewest of FIRMS WHOSE NAMES ARE 'RENOWNED FOR "THE M

road to their cypress timber 12 miles Mr*. Smith and Evelyn called on sell a car easy in that time. court house leading couth.) GOOD MAKE. .
Then he in touch with iMPLEMENTS.THEy
west of Loughman. This road, we Mrs. Sam Barber Thursday afternoon. again can get
understand, will be completed within Janette Lawson has returned from all the merchants in the little towns .
about four months.. 'Bassenger where she has been visiting nearby and when he has a new care WHEN YOU BUY OUR IMPLEMENTS YOU,WILL//; ' ;

Mr. George Taft has gone to Winter her sister Miss Bessie STRONG "
, Haven to work on the brick work May 14 is picnic day, Tell your LIGHT; ;
:, on a building In course of construe- friend about it. If' : ; .

\ t.on in1 that city. Mr. Lawson Mr Harvey, Blanch IT ,PAYS ',;TO BUY OUR.. . IMPLEMENTS;;, THEY ;;.
The representatives of the'various Lawson Ruth I1farvey Edna and Lena "LAST.", "' fo// : \- .
, local of the Farmer Union of Polk Harvey visited Mrs. Slam Barber Sat The of the worldare .. ,
county met here last Saturday to discuss urday. eyes
some very Important measures Wilt Wetherbee and little son visited
about to be adopted by that body. Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee Sunday.Dr. i
W. B. Makinson Co. Phone
Surveyor F. R. McLain Is do'ng Downing, wife and mother, of 123
the engineering work on the proposed Fish lake, visited the Funk and Mc- on the man who
drainage of the IJprse creeek Clean families last week.
marsh. The canal necessary to construct There will be a Sunday school picnic .
will be five miles long with on Milliards island Friday, May -
laterals aggregating 35 miles. We 14. Swings, games, a good programand r

predict be among that the when most drained fertile this lands will,In the features a refreshment of the stand day. Bring are among your ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ? k

the state. dinner, spend the day with us and SAVESpAUSE .
you will be given a most cordial wel-
come. '
Every month a thousand tons of IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENTWe (
firewood are sent to the British troopsin Roumania is a little larger than

France and Belgium. England without Wales. Have All Kinds Of

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C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
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young man

The Waters & Carson a thought to self. The PRINTING MACHINERY4i I

problems that confront you now, "or

Grocery CompanyWholesale will a few years hence.Look /+ t

about yon-the men of affair ia country, state nation-yes, :

and Retail Dealers in ia the world, are the men who started to save early ia life. Ml

GROCERIES They "hare the respect and confidence of the community. ... 7J
The look on the other side-at the fellow who ..d all tl Ymak.tbey Oa account of the coMofidatie the VaOey Gazette sad the
Osceola oared we have a surplus of printing aacWa.: .. Wo sEw
may hare a good time for a while, bat treat doe tL 'ipersonality : ,
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: We eU field and garden seeds of all kinds. A. CARSON. Prert. I.'M. LEE. Vic Prort. TERMS Part cask and balance,on .....', . ., ,;;: .

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PACE 10. \ 'T''J:< XISSIMMEE VALLEY. GAZETTE .. '\ FRIDAY, APRIL, '30. If'15', 1

.;'J!" ''I I I hearing that t.b. south.had 'been com'pelled -! a dviliation' higher and nobler than ard 'Harding Davis) Gerald Rivera. '

to lay*down its anna anxious, ever before 'a, freedom brighter and .12.' Better Husbands Contest,, Ellis )
II\ fHon., C. A.. Carson's Address j and watching for iL. return more enduring than,....r before, and Parker Butler] Lois Johnson. S.E E QJ8: , :

of her beloved and'Instead receiving a flag dearer and more sacred than "Petit Bolero" 12. Ravina; high ...

'At Memorial Exercises a message 'through some neighbor ever before and] all* all' of them secure I' school orchestra. 'CarTy'all' I '
._ Day friend who had walked hundreds of from any enemy from any quarter On Friday: night May 7, Miss Myrtilla We the leading -varietiesof .
miles to his home that on the dread because the men who fifty years' F. Beals. teacher of music and Farm,.'Field and Gardea.Seed that f
I the confederate side her pupils will give 'a recital. I have been'.tested' and known to be
battlefield he had given his lifeblood ago fought on
p The fololwlng if the eloquent Carson eddreit I flowers In each, and bathe them. with. our te.r.but for his country: and had gone to the I and on the union side are today unl-I On Sunday May: 9, at 11 a. m.. the, adapted to this I sx U and climate; We,
delivered C.
the Hon. A. case
by fill ,
great beyond. He might then have ted, linked in their masterful commencement sermon will be preached -, can 'your: order immediately, 'for
at the Memorial Day exercises "On fame's eternal camping ground I pictured the struggles through which I to strike down any enemy who would by the Rev, A. M. Chisholm. All new roD of all varieties of' -

held in Klsslmroee: Their silent tents are spread. assail either freedom or union or civilization I of the churches will forego their I
he her all her
honor the invitation r passed, property gone, Seed Beans; g--ed Potatoes
You do English
me a treat by ,
And glory guards with solemn round slave freed, her money worthless, a or flag. morning services on this date and all
to address you on this occas- The bivouac of the dead." young family on her hands- lie might I Hut what of the .future of the confederate join in the union services which will Peas, Cncnmoer, Tomato, Pepper.
lon, but I feel my feeble effort will I. have described how she would soldier? Their ranks are be held in the high school auditorium- : Seed Kgg Plant, Etc; M
but vindicate the wisdom of to recount the i perform -
poorly I shall not attempt
youchoice.. The beautiful cuiitom of I.deeds of vulor by confedrate soldiers.At i; the family duties, though unac- I fearfully thinned. The great reaper On Monday, May 10, at 8:30 a. m., Seed Corn.! Kaffir Corn, )IIU"", Beggar
is constantly making inroads promotion exercises in all grades will .
1 cuxtomed to labor -how while her among '
meeting: and of doing: honor to our fallen the time they startled the world. I crxtwhile slaves and I the few who are left. It should be be held. At 10:30(>>: the same morning Weed. Sorghum Seed Etc.OOWPKA8 .
heroes decorating their taut renting I hixtorianx do and in the servants were enjoying '
I Impartial now I their new-found freedom in our greatest pleasure to lift our hearts the eighth grade graduation exercises ALL VARIETIES
n 1'Ml {daces and proclaiming afresh I future will place them on a pinnacle ( in homage to these surviving heroes.Let will be held. At 8 o'clock In the even Rhode*.-Natal and Sudan Grass Seed. <
luxury and in i idleness, she" would spin ,
their honor*, > to my mind extremely ''of fame than winch there IH none UH not reserve all our garlands ing the high school commencement '.}

appropriate. Warm louthern heart highi-r. Hut when' it lu'came evident 'the thread, weave the cloth make the j and rones for the dead, but let us exercises will take place. Complete Stock of garden and field
will cherish the of the < lotheh, knit the Hocks for her growing I
always memory that I their raup wan a I loht rauKe, and.
make the pathway of Ih..e with usas The alumni banquet will be held on seeds, poultry feed and supplies, in.
who sacrificed all but family and at the name time
Kaliant soldier would be sui. per- I'
that fuilhcr ic-t-istanre" and l cheerful and the of
bright as ax night Thursday, May 6. honor for his country un rid.l -, our Krarxl solemnlypledged Let honor
,pleasant as we may. us Write for
our spring Catalogue and
None draver, none more daring, nom- , twhilei vorked, by horweH or mule. ,'a,1 away j (,
to their er-
thepurtils, them as brave men, who have stood MRS. GENB POTTER DEAD. weekly price list on poultry feed etc.
more maifiiuriirpouv, than he! Lookback ,,'mWH, arvl I slowly and Koli-mly returned by the federal army Ix-cauKe uxclexK, at the front of battle, and who have '
for filty year -let UK KCV to it to thf'ir ruined homei. That isnd I by some of her fturner iduveK, now offered everything dear to them, and Mrs Gene Potter died at her home Oldest established-and largest seed
that hiK frlory IK ..ndimininhe-t )by the of the outh,'i for !thiH work. I in Ltassenger last Saturday night. The house in Florida. I '
dmtinirui' '" oil' Henry who have been quite willing to Hacri-
lapptf of time. On this ocraHion no \\. fjiady; in I ills, nn-moiable! aldn H.s Admiring, as 1 do, the gallantry | lice home and life and all save honor funeral was held at Bassenger on Mon f

more appropriate theme 8UfK tK it I i islf : at the lianqtjft of the New //-IIllal,1; | i l in tl the bravery of the confederate nol for their country. It chould be our | day. L. R. Farmer, of Kissimmee, E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY

to me than the "(x>nf.-
dierliiii" |1'.1.| hill present, hiH future. Miilii"thin I Holemn and mid I return.. that can be accorded to any 1 smooth the rugged road as they are 'I working/ the roads took Wright and

It m r.c. meet here to d'uM f fr-irn the Held of liattlc Me Kaid to ir-'litary' hero, yet were 1 called upon descending life's pathway. It should Virgil DeVane, who are serving out JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

the cauitcs \\ hirh led to the war l>ctween th.i'' i 01 them, audience, "llo'lor) Tul for a higher and nobler type of hero- be our pleasure to minister unto them. sentences, to Bassenger, to attend the
the claloc. : History will state inn, I would nay, there it IK 'in the1' I Let. for them and funeral. The DeVane boys are brothers
niDfre haK drawn for you with a rna |: us weave garlands I I'place Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
them. I here to front
not j
an of the deceased
open 1 confederate mother. It is a matter
of them their brows while !
ter hand the picture youcrturnmg upon I. Toar drn.rl" will refund
wound. A mnri'H motive. !be moor? If PAZO
may 1 of sincere congratulation that Home of living, and proclaim them to the OINTMENT Ull. ,
urmii-H. He hllK told you how in the" mar cake of Itchi...
l/'> }.ludifed by t.h.* sacrifices he makes, and fircumstance of war they our people while erecting monumentHto world as heroes. All the world admires The wealth of this nation per capita Blind.Blcedlna-or Pratradlnc ptl .In 6 to 14d y*.
or is willing to ir.nke, for the Hake of 'pomp I commemorate the valor of is 11,318.11. To* Ar.t application elm KaM aa4 KcaC SOc.
ca'Tie hack U> you, marching with our |, a hero, and it should be the !
them. Judged! from this standpoint proiHj and victorious I tread, reading henx'x in gray, have ide by side, and i i iat duty of the xtate to provide for these -- --- --- --
the confederate a..ldier'II'motlveK were |I leant wxth. and with old and tried and faithful
th"ir anal IOn'II Will equal dignity i servants I'
glory m
eyes. I +
"a the* driven hiph as "heavens As an pure an 1 you lietn with me while I tell you of i eijual height/ reared marble hhaftH to ,j, their declining y.,ars, to lighten their
snyw. a dillt.ingul..h..deonfederote anothei, that marched'I the women of the Kouth, who endured burdens, that they may feel that there i
has said "The urmy, an army
: I Ipalhox the toil. and the hardnhipH of war, the is no danger of the wolf entering !
sacrifice, made] by the confederate xoldier I I home, in lefeat and not in victory, in \
privations, the dangerH, and the their doors but that the homage and j I
the ijui-ntion, of motive \beyon.l, and not in xplendor hut in'' d"-I'|
put ntruction of horn-ex, with equal I the material aid of their fellow citizens '
cavil. There .never was a time )>etwcen glory lha': equaled yours, and to hearth
tude without and without is theirs.In ,
Jo'ort f-umler and ax lo\ing us ever welcomed heioeK
when vn in the death strutfirle Appomatux the I home J Iei me picture to you I the foot..j complaint. I conclusion, then, permit me to ,[
"Man'n: hardest struggle \l.t with fortune say that the bravest Hien have made i
confederate Koldier, bundledup :
confe I and still continue to make the best
'! h* was tiirhtinir for his country, for HI bin fa led jacket, the parole and he who renolutely faces
.', the I leftal I rijrht of self-government under I which wax tt hear teKtimony to hin I vermty and conquerH, IH an much ad-I citizens; that since we were called I WE WANT BONES
to furl the flag of the south and
hero aH he who stormH a tort.r -" upon
:1 the existing constitution made by i children of h. fidelity and faith, heturned
: its folds have been about
I That the nouth has done and i j" doing wrapped
his and\ he cherished theright lace KOTjthward from
"' : fathers ever Appomatox ,
't and lowered from its high place of
to claim f6 the south an equal in April, 1 lSi5.(; Think of him aK with a mute energy and quiet perMl.-1
J" right to flory won and sacrifices made I rugged, half htnrved heavy b..arded,1 I IEnfeebled "t-nce that challenges .. this prestige great and union of has power been, no more part loyal of Pnxirie Bones, Bleached Bones

i: >I by icvoluntionary ancestors lie re- I by want and wounds! Having Houth has worked 1 persistently, e..ptI j I more devoted to the star spangled
n'embered with pride that the first / fought. t-j exhaustion he surren- cially the confederate soldier and his I ISOPH
banner than the Confederate States
K" declaration of colonial has borne up against reverses in i All Kinds of Bones
independence o..rK his gun, M rings the hands of hix I no part of the union honors the RaK'more
;\ was .made In the south, at Mecklen comrades in Mlence and lifts his tearstained peace as atrainst defeat in war. and 1 would further

\ burg, North Car!>lIna. That Thomas tind ;,?ii'id fact, for the luxt I has already had marked sucoeBS and greater or resistance go to any foes or offer who Write to us for prices and skippiaf instruction

Jefferson, a southern man, wrote the time to the p raves that dot the old I given earnest of far greater achievement would invade our shores or would attempt

declaration adopted by our fathers. Virginia hilif, fulls his gray cap over in this direction. to haul down the stars and

He remembered that Patrick Henry his brow, and begins the slow and I There is no need to apologize for stripes from the proud place which

another southern man, when doubt and painful .iOUI n.' '. What does he find'I the part taken in that conflict or since, they now occupy, than would the confederate
hesitation had paralyzed the popular by the south. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
I et me auk you who went to your veteran or the sons of con
heart raised the battle "Give me
homes to find in the welcome federates.
eager "As some tall cliff that lifts its awful
liberty, or give me death! and had
yoi had justly earned full payment
form Manufacturer of
"aroused all patriots to decision and I "The star spangled banner long may *
for four sacrifice what
your years Swells from
action. He also remembered that the vale, and midway it wave,

George Washington a southern man, doe he find, when, after following!! leaves the torm. O'er the land of the free and the home IDEAL, ALKIDEAL and PERUVIAN FERTILIZERS.
the battle-ktair.ed cross against! over Though 'round Us breast the rolling
led the army to final victory, securing I of the brave
odds death nothalf
whelming dreading
liberty to the American colonies. Such !! clouds are spread. Jacksonville Fla. '
assuredacts nerved the confederate ac much or. surrender he reaches Eternal sunshine settles on its head." ,
the home he left so and
on to deeds of valor, and made him a i beautiful ? He rinds: prosperous his house in There was a more trying period to FOR MEDALS

willing sacrifice to his convictions, a ruinn, his farm devastated, his slaves I come. In the dark days following the (Continued from Page One.) oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
martyr to the cause of local self-gov when the effort was being made
freed, his ..t.o"k killed, his barns
ernment. Nor was he indifferent to his grain destroyed his I to reconstruct the south, there were Arthur JarreH
the history and the of that empty, money Rivers, .and Nat Car-
progress worthless hm rocial system, feudal in Borne who "dressed in a little brief
country from 1789 to I860. The historic
authority, played such fantastic tricks son.The
it magnificence\ -his will be follows
swept away program as :
records of public acts of southern without law status before high heaven as would make the The Forest Warblers Leon
and northern statesmanship show people or legal Roques; What About Your Insurance?
; his comrades slnin . that the statesmanship of the south But
.I others heavy on his shoulders. Cruoh- those dayn are pastweearnestly Overture-"The Golden Sceptre," **
eivil achievement a ann aHnninnM-vnBnnnnnnnBnnnnKa HWHBvnnntNo
was prolific -ofgreat ey a.J'.at.hi.: vtiy traditions are trust never to return. There R. Cchlepegrell ; high school orchestra.
by which the country grew in has has never been trouble since matter what want in the of I
pone, without jfcne;>, credit, employment any 1 The New South Henry W. you may way Insurance can:
and wealth until it became the
power I material trains and besides the war between the men who fought: Grady Nat Carson.
wonder of the nineteenth century. or ; supply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,
on the one side or the other. The Brad
all\ this, confronted wi'h the gravest 2. Billy Mary Heaton Voise,
< But "there is a divinity that shapes pjohlem that ever met human intelli trouble has been with the men who Laura Thomas. Fire, Accident: Health and Tourist Insurance.

our ends, rough-hew them how we J'fnre-the: establishing of a status for fought on neither side, and who would 3. The Stars and Stripes B. H. Courteous and
l attention
will and it the inevitable. prompt no matter now
seems war was
the vuet! body of liberated slaves. get on the side of the one or the other Hill; Frank Calkins. .

What does he do, this hero in gray as convenience or profit demanded. 4. Cigarette's Ride and Death large or how small an amount you wisk.
When Impartial and truthful writers with a heart of gold ? Does he sit The bitterness and the resentment of Ouida; Grace Winn.

\ of history come to see and understand down in sullenness and despair Not the war belong to the past-its glories 5. The Unknown Rider, George

the facts, can it be believed that for a day. Surely God, who had are the common heritage of us. air. Lippard; Arthur JarreH. CARSON FARMERGENERAL

.they will speak, of it as a mere rebellion stripped him of his prosperity, inspired This- period passed the south arOS8. 6. The Bear Story, James Whit-

and not as the greatest of him in hi* adversity. As ruin was Phoenix-like, from its ashes. Her comb: Riley; Violet Bullock. INSURANCE. '

civil wan f The word ",.,bel." while never before .so terrible, never was fields became productive of the cotton "Whispering Flowers," F. von BloB; ThoM 230-3. OaiiiSL 1
'intended as a word of reproach, crest high school'orcbestra. ,
restoration swifter. The soldier of the world; from within her borders
ed no alarm among confederates. stepped from the trenches into the i,must be produced the sugar and the 7. The Preacher of the Three ....

'.They recognised, the fact that wherever furrow, horses that had charged before rice of the United States. To her Churches, Anonymous; Toney Rpgero. -
is recorded in history a struggle smokestacks and her factories the 8. Selection from "Miss Minerva
for liberty, the word "liberty" is the federal guns marched before I and William Green Hill Frances
preceded the and field that red with power must be supplied from the coal ,
by the word "rebel," as in thestruggle I human plow blood, in ran with within her own borders and the iron Boyd Calhoun ; Amy Makinson.
April were
of our own revolutionary green 9Pledge With Wine Anonymous
the hurvest in June. and steel dug Jrom her bosom, indicating ;
J fathers for independence, and not one Charlie Rogero.
to the world the
great re-
son of a confederate soldier will\ object Women reared in luxury cut up 10. Tiger Lily's Race, Mary H.Flske .
their dresses and made breeches for I pources and the immense productive I The Favorite Store of Kitsimmee I
to being called the son of a rebel, If of ruined ; Margaret Stanford.
powers a people
their husbands and with apparently
patience and
11. Mr. Traver's First Hunt Rich-
the that means one who has fought for heroism that fit women always as gar- by this four years of civil strife. The ,

Confederacy. great developments in higher educational
irv3nt gave their hands to work.
During the four years of bloody conflict There was little bitterness in all this. Institutions, her factories, her

thousands of gallant soldiers gave JJill Arp struck the keynote when he mining interests, her water power, her Send Your
up their lives for their country, and us FURNITURE ?
forests the lumber
In said. "Well, I killed as many of them supplying and the
many rest graves, far removed
at they did of me." naval stores of the world, her production
from home and kindred and
of the cotton to clothe the inhabitants
Hope springs eternal in the human Orders For
friends. Some there be with us where
of the all
Lreatt; without It, ambition ceases. earth marked the
we can weave for them garlands of Without hope there is nothing to lift south as the garden spot of the world.In .

us to higher and grander achievement this new development she has star

KIDNEY,REMEDY THAT or has to the the poet brighter said, world beyond. Well tled soldier all has nations taken and the lead.the confederate I BEAMS -WE HAVE IT !

When he accepted his parole and CHANNELS .
ACTS LIKE MAGIC "},;tf'rnal Hope, when yonder spheres went home, did he keep honor with ANOLES AND I:

sublime. those to whom he had -surrendered ? ALL, SHAPES *l

been terrible sufferer for a Pealed! their first notes to sound the We answer-perfectly, and today
( t have a I .. .
number of years with kidney and liver match of time. there is none more loyal to the star ..'I In connection: with our Hardware line we carry complete ;

trouble, also nervous prostration and Thy joyous fade. youth began but not to spangled banner than heIt is recent BOILER PLATES KM of furniture.. We make a spedaltv of outfitting hornet, and t:

health generally noor. constitution entirely history that on the sinking of the handle reliable
run down until I life became a When wrapped 5n fire the realms of Maine In Havana harbor the south responded TANK STEEL : r

ss burden. I tried physicians and every ether glow as earnestly and as eagerly GALVANIZHDCOPPER

available remedy but found no relief. And heaven's last thunder shakes the as any other section of the union. She AND Bed Room Furniture t

r Was induced to give Dr. Kilmer's world below, sent from among her old confederate ZING SHEETS Dining .

fM Swamp-Root a trial, which acted like Thou undismayed, shalt over the ruins soldiers Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, and Room Suits Kitchen

magic, and am happy to say that I smile, "Fighting Joe" Wheeler, to the front, .OutfiJa. Par J,:

believe I am entirely cured and now And light thy torch at nature's funeral together with a vast army of sons of TRUSS RODS .
lor SUIts Odd ChaIrs :
a* good a man as ever. pile" I confederate veterans. Impartial historians STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL Rockers
I believe it duty to make this' ,
my will that the first to
statement that I help Well might this great southern orator I say man Couches Etc.
public may 9.
lose his life in this conflict with Spain
have added another picture to this ,
others who may be suffering from the IRON WORK .
was Worth Bagley, the son of a confederate
He have graphically described
same trouble- Swamp-Root i with scene. might
veteran. He who first
the home to which the soldier was
out question the greatest remedy in
I the world. Anyone in doubt of this did not return-how that ever faithful to be trusted ashore at Santiago to This store .is making a record for itself in the Batter of
ferret out and report on the strength ALL HARD WOODS
and confederate wife and mother
statement or the authority can address loyal ,
\ helping. to outfit homes. Come
people and ... Our
me as below. whose road was harder than his, although of the enemy and their location was a prices are I \

Your very truly, he was at the front of battle, southern man. Ensign Blue. And rifht I ;
M. H. McCOY, who remained at home with her domestic when volunteers were called on to risk Ij''

\ Van Wert Ohio. cares, with the necessity thrust their lives and their all in the daring TORIES AND ,

State of Ohio ssr upon her of providing for herself and feat of sinking the Merrimac in San SKIFFS

Van Wert County family, and aiding the army in the tiago harbor, it was a southern man BUILT TO TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: : : <:
.. The foregoing statement sworn tot field, would day in and day out with who volunteered and who startled the ORDER
before me and subscribed in my presence devotion to her world with that successful undertaking ,
an unswerving people 'I '
\ this 18th day of July 1909 by the' so that we with pride that BOILERS AND .-: ; 'I'
'" nnd her country, and with an unfaltering say No matter what l land of '
an Enfine have Gat ,
aid M. II. MeCo). trust in God forth to the discharge the confederate soldier and his sons TANKS BUILT TO yon Steam,
A. C. G1LPIN Notary Public. of these arduous go and delicate are as devoted and as loyal to the flag ORDER Railroad or Stationary Engine we have exactly the Tools. yea ;' ,

letter duties, and at night \lie down and pray of our union as the most ardent fed PUMPS FOR ALL need in yew everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc, ,

DP.KIlBM* C*. to God of battles that her husband eral soldier has ever or will ever be. PURPOSES all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that win ;r.,
j lnn-am t.n, W. Y. As President McKinley once said, ,
o. might be spared and return to her, surprise ea. This store has the ef '
FORCE reputation
COMPETENT handling
"We may readily ask, then what was only
re-united He .
Will Do making a family. might I
:!,Prove What. For Swamp-Root You. hare described this noble woman on all this war between the states for FOB ROAD WORK hardware that .b of superior quality: and yon will makt no mistake *

,;< f What did it meant What were all \ AT ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE in coming here NOW and inspecting .
.>. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co, this struggle and all this exhibition of } I : our hif stock.Gsceola .

; ''Binghamton/N ,x."for a sample'elsebottle. To Drive Out Malaria heroism and sacrifice forT A reunited

It will convince anyone. You And Bull Up The System ,unloDatron..r' ;;
country, we answer
(. twill also receive booklet of-valuable Take the' Old Standard GROVB'3TASTBLBS3 and freer than before '
l Information, about.the: I kidneys, and chill: TONIC. Yon know ver ,

,J, bladder***When what you. are taking,, as the.formula 14 c.m 'Dld i OdI t .... ........ : Hardware Company:
"T" .I.t. .mention the Kisslnunee ,.l/alley: ,Ga- printed<< ui--every label showing 'it is .
Tlu wont ,BO matter l bow loBOtmadJiiMr
and Quinine and Iron la tasteless form. 4 T J "
.ette,, Regular fifty-cent one- a [ evrad by the old nliableAnUxpUe ,
dollar lice. bottles for.aale. at, .ail drug The Quinine drives root malaria: the .J'orter'a Hevllosr. Oil. It >

tore*. .f, .,lI. :-U- Icon. builds' "up- the ',aMal.**"/,,90'' '' cents' I'aIa' .. .. u.a&&lie ... u-. -' rellp .' : .FLORIDA. . .. -, \ :

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.'1 DAY. APRIL' 30. if'15 THE; 'CISSI..I11V .' .; .GAZETTE'
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iiui ii luuIuIuu II IIII MOTICH$ .OS.."INTS9NT10Iir.'fO- APPLY, HOTICM-Of ADMINISTRATOR.. : '.' .i. ..., .. . . I : >+... . ..... {.!0. +II )** -, ."
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"- Poll, I.KTTKMV PATBirrJLMBNO' -: 4V.r Final ............) E. ADAM M. L : . !

.' .IIUI THH. CHaJRTBlB, LAKR'ILUOLTON ROLL. 'wl '. ." .' '* ;. _
: 'LegalAdvertisemeivis ; ; 'TtI. IB' 0..... .1 .,.-tT".i. _.'..... ..0F.aid. > I .: A. -. .. -.. 1" f '4'> 1"
Nolle Is hereby riven that oil .- ., . 018 -.F.. ..i'OLICOUNTT. ,. llS and. SUBOBOH. _
day Mar .it''".. 1111.. The ,Water.Carson !. r. Bate1' .f . ," '* i..O.. . .. . > l. MMf '* tt ; ",
: Grocery Company, a corporatlon Office at 'lteuid.sosI.,402.Zmrett ,
: under the la we -ot Florida. will Peter Notice ul*aa.r.b:; a-Werr to _tf'wllo .O..O.. ,...'O.... ... ,. I 'The'following" u 'of th.'Klsthn-: .PlBhon*' 11* J -. I t',' .

apply for letters patent, amending lucharter It may concern tl.f on the 4th day. bl 'b.e ,

I i I I I I S I I I I I I I 1 I S U Ir ao. as to read as follows:. September, A. D., Itli.\ I shall apply to Plane ar* beta ; mad- to bund an mee'public schools not.been absent a- ,,

HHKOR N. C, BRYAN. .Sec. the Honorable T. >L Murphy judc* of additional room making this an addition ortardy; during the month end' I .
: A.; P .
nenAiiicHootiUISTHICT. ,
r imoi aid court a* Judge of probat forfinal lug April 12,. 1915 have made anaverage :
dlecharge aa administrator of th* .to the present school buUdlnghere. I .
. ; '
to the Honorable Board of Publlo Instruction CHARTER OPTIIR WATKRS CARON vatat of Peter Oullaa, deceased: and This wlU to* 'don* this summer of 90 per cent or''' more. in C F. TIR'HER. .

In and For Osceola,County.entlTnnJ \ ..UROCBHY! COMIAKV.ARTICLE ; . thatt tbs earn* time. I.will. present. t* and In.t1ue rail an.$,4dltiOflaI teacher their studies, with not 'tea than 85 'J .
-; the said court final aooounta as .METAL .
'- my less SHEET WORKER '
'ei.o.or. 1.1:\ . administrator of said estate, ,and ,Uk will be employed here. .This U necessary per cent in any subject, and not. ,? p ,, ci.,
undersigned -
We. th* qualified their appPov ). than 95 in deportment. ,
who pay a tax on' personal'of the rporatlon shall be for Dated < 'r : by .the growth In. the school First B division; Isolehe Steel, Ceilings a SpecialtyXlaalmme.. ; , '
grade '
rop.rty and residing In th. followingescribed The Waters A Carson Grocery Company C.A.N'J.UJit': ?, attendance, which has been very 4a

sub-division of th. county d,. ,' and Its principal lac o of oual- Administrator, .. rapid her*. Reeves Edith Floyd .Georgia Free Phon. . ;
nost respectfully petition your Honor.. ness shall be In the city of Klealmmee.Oaceola . man, Ruby Driggers, lona Lee Crowe, . U..i )
Ible Body to order an election held In county. Florida with branch lULL TO. qUIlCT TITLK.I Work baabeen completed claying Bettie Mae Ellen Coleman r .
the *ald described sub-division of tharounty offices In such C:4o places' In the the road from here to Dundee.with Snyder." ,

to determine whether said Bur>- state of Florida, other places In Circuit: .,...... 8ev...k "..let.1 Clr- clay due from the pits here a Mary Scott, 'Erma ""'er Sarah Rex- W. SIMPSON .
fltvlalon of th. county hall become a the United States or in foreign eountrlea ealt .f .k. St.t.) .( Klrl_ .. and veryfln ford. Birdie' Rogers Julla' Ledbetter.Rosella DR. J.;. ,, .
.special tax district for the purpose of .. the .director may .determine. tor Ose>l* red clay and a pit near Dundee Cooper Lithe Waller Sarah ,4 .
levyingand collecting a district school ARTICLE) ]V ,
Donepan, complainant, va. a yellow clay. Lake Hamilton town- (
Jtax for the exclusive use of the public ukE'R and Duke, Audrey lark. Rufus Suhl Julian DENS ,
The general nature of th'e builne'aa to Edwin Sarah Tracy site seems to be as far south as the '
Ifree schools within the following do- be transacted by said corporation shall John Tracy, her and all parties Graham, Fred Gilbert, Ralph Wit, Upstair X : '

.arlbed district, to-wit: be to buy sell and deal In grrocerln. claiming Interest under the said red etajoceun in this locality. At Seraflno Finnlocchlaro, Elmer!: Haltcqulst. Office Ilourst 'to'll as.. '. ,
| Beginning' at the northwest corner of dry Kooda, hardware and all kind ofmerchandise respondents, or otherwise; respondenta.Order Dundee. Warerljr, and south of here 1:1' p. se s
the town of St. Cloud, Osceola county.FLorida to buy. Bell I lease. of INtblleatloau No. 1:1 J allyr. .
is Telephone > ,
the the clay yellow or white. Th's Ji ;
I on township line dividingtownships and develop laada and conduct Ben- To AM Whom It May First grade, A division, Glen BenJamin '
( K and 14. and running oral real estate business and to buy It appearing by :I cirJ: !. thiscause highway Improvement Is a marked Tobias Palmqutat Dorris Davie l rDLW.WCA.RSON' ? '
I thence west along- said. township lint and sell lands for It. own account and that the residence of the respondent step in advance. The red clay make.1 '
I to .Ike east bank of the canal connect- Elaine Stevens Helen Chapman ;
on commission; to build on, own. Improve Edwin M. Randall, I* unknown and .
[ Ins; Lake Tohopekallra, -nd East LakeITonopekallga. and -develop lands owned. by thin that there Is no person In the elate1 the excellent roads, and the lighter colored Roslna Finnacchlaro, Madeline. Fox, ,

running thence In asouthwesterly corporation: to manufacture lumber. service of a 'subpoena upon whom clay .. very good. Elsie Schilder .
direction with Bald canal timber naval. atorei. croaetlea. turpentine would bind such respondent. and that
weather DEN
The continues here
I to Lake Tohopekallga. thence following timber products and to leaan, hire Age of such r dry Second grade B division, Arthur Office ,' .
In a southerly. direction the mean-.. own and act aa broker factor or aitenta I :tel Is. therefore : :dnhlturenor.i: and many'pereons are watering young Bullock Doyle Davis, Arthur E. Done- oyr ,
derlnga of Lake Tohopekallga to the Office Hour 1-11. t-IOffice
In the purchaae aale. manufacture and respondent be and he la hereby required tree. set out this spring. Graham '
point where It connects with the canal disposition of real' property and prod- to appear to 1 of Complaint gao, Irving Driggers, fowling 'Phone 1M'Phon SiOa '
J from Lake Cypress thence southerlysIon ucta alwl commodltlea goods' filed In the h"I. on or before Mrs. Ralph Arnold has returnedto Archie Key Bernard Norton Administered Eatr olo. of

said canal to the town.hlp line ' Merchandise. of every kind : the rule day In June. A. D. 1 I'.t15.m.. r: her home in Cleveland Ohio. A Eustis Peaks Wayne Walling, itazefClark Teeth '
dividing townships 17 .and !S. thence Including naval- alorea. blackamltha the seventh day. of the .. reception was held at the Drown residence Lettie Holts- -- .. c "4
east alone said township line to the and copperamlth'a tools and Implements otherwise the allegations. of the said Olivine Savage,
northeast corner of section 1, township and aawmlll tools and Imple- bill will be taken a. confessed by the Saturday as a farewell to Mrs. claw. Geraldine Johnson Kimbrough DLILS.GFJCER '

IS south range 10 eaat. thence soot menta of all sorts, to operate. and con- said respondent.It Arnold About fifty ladles from Oliver Eleanor Overstreet, Elsie .
to the township line between townships duN auwmllla, planing mills and all I I. further ordered. that thIs orderbe t -
11 and 19. thence east along said township business Incident. thervto, to buy raise published once a week for eight Hamilton. Dundee and llamas City Welch, Louisa Young- PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .. "
line to tjie southeast corner of and sell cattle and livestock of all consecutive weeka In the Kissimmee attended. Refreshments were nerv I Second grade A division Hazel I .

section 14 township 18 south range 12 kinds, to purchase deal In beef and Valley Oaaette. a weekly newspaper. ed. The reception wasarranged an a Grace Bell Eula Bowen Mary Coleman Citizen Bank Building
.lUIt. thence north to the northeast corner beef products to own. hold and aell published In said county of Osceola fClsslmra Ft '
of section 1, township 28 sOuth.range lands for pasture and cattle range, to and :State of Florida and of general I matinee effect the windows being; Margaret Cosens Elica Anderson Phone: Office ill .44* ' ,

11 east, thence west along th.; own. operate. lease hire, use and maintain circulation In said county. darkened and lights on. The reception -I Cummins Jeannette Griffin, Nora 14S 14-tr ( -___ __
townshIp lIn..Iwe..n townships 27 and docks, wharvei. elevators presses, Witness the Honorable :James WPepktna. ,
Me Ruth
: was gives by Brown Lee Harris Eunice Rivers .
18 to the southwest ol ,
corner section tanks and storage facilities or every judge of the said court and my I -. .
$.. township 17 south range 11 east kind and to receive profits and tolls name .ae clerk thereof and the official. Hosmer Mosnat and Ram nay. Helen Hoyt Winn, Bertha Wits, 4

thence north to re.township line divid therefrom; to buy aell. .handle for Its seal of said circuit court thta the lat Mr. and Mrs. Tlchner returned to Elbert Crowe, Arthur Flint, Willis T. RIVERS. M. D. _
ing townships 14. thence w own account or on commission, turpentine day of April A. D.. 1915 I M ,
along said township line to the point rosin and all kind. of naval stores, Meal ) .1. L OVERSTREET. Indianapolis, Ind., where Mr. Tlch Joiner Frankie Tyner. _
- of belrlnnlng. timber and agricultural products; tq As Clerk County Court Osceola County ner takes up his former position In Third grade B division, Paul Grubb, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

\v. j. DALE. R. o. WIflRIGI i operate stills and machinery for the By JAMES M JOHNSTON. a bank. A reception was given themat ., Edgar Rogers Walter Jones, Bascomb .' .
ASA D BTEHHINS.: H manufacture of naval storeS p odu.t. A. Deputy Clerk. 1 I
Office Osceola
I of description to erect and the Atkinson home before their Lane Lucile Griffin, Alma Harralson. over Pharmacy
WM U RAM" H. QRO K OKNNIS every ; Johnston A Garrett 'I _
J. E (JH)<;)< 'IJ. J. }<'. KAKHIS. maintain tanks and warehouses for the Counsel for Complainant 1 5R departure. Mr. Tlchner l U partner In I' Louise Jones Olive Rutherfordi Ethel Phoae. Residence IS ..4 '
I ,
of naval stores and cotton andoth..r Harris Office 141.
GEO \\OODARI). storage I.DLCL.HYATI' -
the firm of Oulley & Tlchner here In Rogers Leo ,
and to Issue
CYHITS ttUHKHART. products storage or NOTICE OK BUffHIKK-S: SAI.H. :
warehouse against the the general mercantile buRlne Charlie Holtsclaw Jimmie Holtaclaw.
ALBERT MANYI'E4NT. receipts aame Under .and by virtue of an execution ,
KRNKrfT VOCKRODT.ALKRKI to compound und refine sell1*t\\m\ : to manufacture Issued out of and under seal of Justiceof Mr. Ralph Arnold expects to re- ', Third grade. A division Julian ; _
:II CLEMENSKDWARD : 1 own. buy and deal Inbarrels the Peace court First district. Os Evans Outlaw )
Fred Harry _
headlnors, staves stlllfi, supplies turnln roth soon. Langford, .
I I' ROTI-IRft'R.M. ALUERTSON JOHN HR n..ORA\V and materials of similar kkndtt, to ceola wherein county H. C.Florida Stanford, In Is,a plaintiff certftln suit and A moving picture show was. given i Sam Downing R. D. Thomas, Frank

H. MULVANN 0)<;(" W I>uy, sell and deal In 'vrnrerles dry Crowe Helen Wilcox Janet Graves SURGEON :
KYLEH.J : hardware and nil klnda of V D. Mill.-i l If defendant I have levied the last two nights of last week at PHYSICIAN and _
p. 8 lEWLT W. SMITH: upon as ttt property of .,id defendant Alice Buzia. Madge Rivers Corinne
to build, buy. sell lease : the school bouse. The performances
II W CARLW 'IIDKON KIlV.U nod will sell at No 10 Stewart lIazel ,
E. WARNKR II 1'ROKHKR.O manatee awn control, hire. charter oronerute avenue. In KlKslmrnee., Florida within were well .attended. Bass Ruth Herxberg. Outlaw, Klalmm_ Fa ' ,

C.. B HUtJHBS.: W. JHANT brld,...... veasela.lighters, enirlnes tramways.. cars railways or othervehicles th.' l-"'il 1 OIITF of sale on Saturday The ladles club met with Mrs. Nellie Taylor, Gail LaLonde, Ruby I Phone Office lTR..ld..o. .
I) QRAP JAMES tJOKK.V of of the 22nd day of May. A. I).. IRIS thefollowing Asbury. 14S '
GEl.1.. CLARK. THOMPSON. or means transportation. property A general line of Craig Friday afternoon last week. '-
I>. K: HAHT; N W KURdASON. controlled the products of manufactured property held l> o"n..d.said div ir.*ods. tlnwa ft. furniture and notions Miss Hartman of Belle Flame la. Fourth grade B division Donald

I>. O PERRY W. H. KATON. company or or other persons or corporations y the said property to be sold tothe spent the last of last week visiting Norton Tony Rotundo, Arthur SImpson PAiZER
T. JBFKRRIH W. H. BOY En. bidder for cash t
hIghest and Johnson CEO. F.
:J. Q CUMMIN<38. J C JONKS: In connection with the tiumneis to sntlefy above execution and costaL. the Mosnat hom. She has been Sallie Ledbetter ,

_ C. C. CLAt'KHON A IKIPLINOER.. of this of company transportation hut not for to the use I said H INGRAM. spending the winter in Florida most Roberta Roliff Cora Rutherford. Nel. '

C.IRA C. n CtJTTKELU FOR. IR.II. T.II.Wll TILTON.COX. :::.n'f: doing the business of a eorn-pur- "Snerlff (ceola County. Florida 18ft ly at Clearwater. She thinks Lake lie Woodall Grace Lester Vivian ATOREY-AT-LW .

_ M. KINSER: P HAYNER.J mon carrier; to raise, produce. buy. Hamilton the moat beautiful place Ford Gladys Calkins. it
sell, exchange and deal In trees. plants PETITION FOR SPECIAL SCHOOLilSTRl'T. Collection and ,
C. L. HAIJMCY W OL);NN. natural Fourth grade, A division Joseph CDn7Dc :
.n us.i.. cereals and any and all knlda she has seen in Florida, as to .
N. A. Cfl-B.IEI'f'r, J H HAPQOOD, of vegetable products and citrus fruits.fruil To the Honorable Board of Publlo Instruction lakes hils and the Bass, Johnnie Bronson Zelma Bron- a Specialties ,
U. A. J <1, location gen-
: Anl tries hay and grain, and to do a In and For Osceola Hamilton Brown Mildred Davis ,
.J L. MAWr'IN. K son,
HOHHINS. general nursery business to construct County eral lay of the land. 111 1-1 Broadway ,$ ,
_ :J. J. WILU U Winn.
Q HOWKR. Mary Kilts Margaret .
erect operate and maintain packing GentlemenVA : The telephone company has been
W. U REYNOLDS. U W PENN. liount 01 packing houses and canning e. the undersigned qualified electora its lines In this vicinity Fifth grade B division Maude Ty "
WJH BORDNER LYNN reconstructing -
_ DAUOIITRY. factor) foi fruits meats and vegetables who pay a tax on real or personal Thelma hutton Vera Johnson G.F.KRIBBS I .
OEO 8 BURTN ER. N H W AI"II BURN. of all kinds. to produce buy orotherwise property and residing In the following and adding a number of new ncr, .
O. S. WATTS W. T. MALLKTTJ : Bronson Ora Crafton Lee CI .M'
: H acquire and aell or otherwise described sub-division I I of the wires all required account of the I '
S9UIRkS. ("HAS McARTHUU. dispose of t4ie products of such pack- county do moat respectfully petition Hobbs, Edna Bass. AITORNEY-AT-LAW .
W.ROWLAND RISCHEIt: J. K. CONN. Inir or cannlna factory or factories your honorable. body to order an election growth of business making enlarged division Gladys ,
8. !, } 'J. McKENZIE.: p..I Ulnir house or packing houses; 10Huh""h. held In the nail described subdivision facilities required and these bring grade. Examination of Title a Bpeolalty. ' :
L. Z. NIOH8WONOER. .. for pu ch...... recciviown of the county to determinewhether service.Mr. Howell, Irene Milton Dorothy Roberta, Notification and Payment of tase ,
JOSH H KKROITHON. hold. for Investment or otherwise spilgin said sub-division of the county with them improved Neva Lester Lois Over treet Fern Don-r..ld.nt careful ,
O. R BUCKMA8TER.'A. I dispose of and make advancements shall become a special tax district, for and Mrs. Alloway have returned Charlie Ro "v.. a ., '
BLKECH J. H TOWBURTON stocks shares bonds securities the of levying and collectinga Fansler, Johnston
up purpose home in
to their Chicago. by way Klaelmrnee. 7 4
O SCAUR.W L 1 U.tBOW. e ,
obligations of .other corporations district school tax foi the. exclusiveuse tundo. raPL
E. JUR.'ALTEH liE: whatsoever wherever located originated of the public free schools within of Philadelphia and Altoona Pa. Sixth grade A division Nellie .
J H. BHVElI.. M JOHNSTON or engaged In or pursuing anyone the following described district to-wlt They also spent a few days in Tampa Johnston d. P. Oarrt* .
K V. NICHOLS.) HARTWKJ V08S. Bowen Ad Gilbert Elmo Griffin..
i kind. of business northwest .
or more purposes Beginning at the cornerof
''W. (I. KING K E LIVERMOHK. and s-a-Grllle before goingnorth JOHNSTON & GARRETT ,
or oMects' I Indicated owninor section six (6). township twenty- Seventh grade, A division Clara ,
THOS HAROHAVE UKOOK8 JOSEl'H HARRIS: holding any p ;rh.r: any :i im.llo..d five (15) south, range twenty-eight and were accompanied by Mr Ploetz Miriam Munger Lucile! Downing '
.1. L. ( J W MILLRR. "
herein or corporation 18) east east to the northeastcorner '
any ; run and Mrs. II. R. Mosnat and family. .
3-1. E HEDRICK, K R CALDWIiLUJ : ov holding I ; storkn or obligation I of the northwest quarter of Minkie Gardner. ATORNEY-AT-UW'

W. It BABCOCK.O T HUKHANK. of nyll'c: corporation and whilethe section six (II), township twenty-five There was a pleasant picnic on Eighth grade, B division Lois Swin- Office. 10, 11-and 12 Citizen Bank
C. OUTLAW. ..1.t FHANCHEW owners or holders of any storks bonds (26) south, range tw,'ntv-nlne (29) Lake Hamllto'n Sunday Including '
O P SMITH. JAKE STEVENSON or obligations. to exerrlse all the rights, caM; thence south along the half ...c- Building
; boat
Hosmer motor
C. H. ULOOI). KJ. E \WILLIAMS l '.ow ers and privileges of ownershipht tlon line to the southeast corner of trip on the ney.Eighth grade A division Allle May Klaalmme.. Fla. : I
J. WHITHKCK.! <1 W, MARSH .reef and to exercise all and any the southwest quarter of section thirty Cummins Ned bullock Mary Tiller. : .
Y. PARKHURHT, WM S FENIMAE, voting powers thereof; to sell. mortgage < IC). Township. twentv-nve (IB) south, : t
T F. VAN A US"A LF:. sublet, pledge hire, lease or range twenty-nine (29) e nwt: thence GEORGIA MANRESCUED IS Ninth grade Gussie Winn, Christine Louis C. Massey T. Plcton War ,
J W HKIK8CHMEIDER. convey the property of this corporation west to the southwest corner of aee1-. Ivey. Late Counsel for Judg. ',

W crI.% f.TT.. R W FRY, or any part thereof al will and inn thirty ISO). township twenty-five Tenth grade, Manie Witherspoon Fla R. R. Comm Criminal Cort .
V J B 8ANTEE. Invest the At and
t.a proceeds pleasure (%6) south range twenty-eight (%K' IN TIME '
S L. CLAUSON. JAMES A. McLEAN' In suih- manner .. mar. t.e determinedby east; thence north to the northwest Jean Partin, Edna Calkins. MASSEY &WARLOW . r '

A R. McOILL. T. N. FARR. I the v-laws..Jol conduct any:: :part of corner of section six (U. township Eleventh grad., Parah Clark, Frank' ATTORNEYS '
business have and twenty-five (25)) south range twenty- COUNSELa' '
A McQILL F M. BLAKE. agencies and to employ officers and eight (28) east Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself Calkins Marie Boyd. AT :

W. W. PARTIN. A. W. MANN. Hirents at such places In this state and J S DRAKES. Restored After His Physicians PaUt In all th. courts of the
other states or foreign countries .aa F. H. TYNER.: United State, also
J 8 STRATTON. JORDAN TINNER, may be requisite or necessary for the. W. L. MOSELEY, Failed.T. PICNIC ON MAY IS the Florida Railroad Commlaloa '.
CHARLES PETERSON: carrying on of acid business or furthering A. H. FOX. A. Lewis, who lives out on Route the Interstate e.m..e 001" j
F. L. OESHBAROER. the needs of said corporation said :J H. BRONSON. of (Continued from Page One.). II-I' Charl..tol' Did.. ."' "'_ 4;
Ga. the victim .
JOLLY C. PADGETT necessity. be determined In the discretion P. O CROMARTIE. 3. Woodstock was ....0.- OtladYle.5 .
J. F. HALL. WM. GRIFFIN and judgment of the board of WAL'l'ERI RONSON stomach troubles for a-long time. He :
J. W. LONG, 8 8 WARREN directors; to receive payment for cap G. J. YATE8 tried the treatments of many doctor tendon of association to tate step .. . . : f'

KINZ1K PARTIN, n. EMEHSON. ital stock subscribed for in money or I, P. TI8ON, toward incorporation of the body so nli1i
of remedies. '
He tried all sorts
labor service at -
In property, or a Justvaluation F. A. RABB.O. .
H. C.BARBER: E. D WHALKY, thereof In the discretion or B WOODALU. His sufferings were a serious handles that It can begin business on a cooperative DL M.J. ,HICK..S"t, : ;. .

8. W.'PORTElC SCHOFIRLtf': BULLARD. judgment of'fhe board of director.: to FRED HERZBKRO. D to his work. basis for Its member 'The .c :._1.1'"1 -A'rtc'J.1" i. .C,
EUGENE make contracta of any kind. whatsoever discussed .1. ,
GEO. C. BRONSON, proposition of incorporation was -
HOWARD U DEPKW, far the furtherance of its pur. A. R. DENNIS. Then be tried Mayr's Wonderful PHYSICIAN t, . '.I' '
last Sat. SUGEON
K. K. ALLEN. W. A. STEWART. posea or business. including agreements I, H. BAUKNIGHT. R. medy. Just as tt always does, the at the meeting held I . .
A. V. CODY. C PHELPS or contracts between the said 16-lt first dose proved to him what couldbe urday and the members present agreed Office State Bank Building '
corporation and Individuals or other .
J N. MULVIN E R (CLAIR corporations In any of the lines of done for his ailment. He took the that much (rodo can. result from incorporation 'Phones: Office 41 "
R O REYNOLDS.( O E. MoENDREE.: business of this corporation, to do any full treatment; then wrote: The plan is for the association Resldeoc t 5
IS E SCRANTON. \VM P. LYNCH. .and all thlnga that are or may be To All Whom It May ConcernNotice : "I have taken wonderful rem- to buy crate material end fertilizer ";: ,
o C. RUSSELL.: LEWIS IIORST, necessary or proper to be done for Is hereby given that I will your of ,
P. P. STEIN: WANDEL. the furtherance of the purposes of this sell before the court house door In edy and am feeling better than I have as a body getting advantage

OEO: REIFSCHMKIDKR.: corporation or for carrying Into effect Kissimmee. Floridly on the 3rd ..1.or felt In four years. wholesale prices for the members by J. W. THOMPSON j

HARRISON ANDERSON the powers herein. grantedAKTICUB May A. D. ItlB. during the hours of "Your remedy does just what buving In large quantities.The ,
sale the following described (property j
I II. .
0 A' STOUT. l l W , The east half of the east half of thewest claim it will do. organization will\ be a year old
1 N ALBERTSON. ;: A. H The capital stock of the corporationshall half of the southwest quarter of "I tried several doctors, but they early in June and it is the hope of the FUNERAL DIRECTOR -
N. WELLS. O.V.. DAVIS.W be fine Hundred Thou."nd and section eleven .
(11) township. twentyfive -
H RKAflAN. J W MATTHEWS. no-100 ( f lI0.000.fttI(' ( < ) Hollars to be divided (26) south n (2'it did me no good. I am triad that I members to have the incorporation i '18. '

H J SCRIBER R C BEACH, : Into One Thousand, ((1.000) Shares east. to satisfy I r.n1d.. t of A W have found your wonderful remedy. started by that time as a sort of celebration -. '': :
<1BO W JAMES.RORERT !: T: C RAWRON of the par value of. One Hundred Winn Rgnlnst Henry S SIlHH.4 I In the I have recommended it to some of of the anniversary of the and I I. ,

: 8UTOR S J SPARK" ((110000)) Dollflrs pflrhARTICLE amount of f 120 43. said. judgment. be- who need it." Each: member is requested
SIDNEY VEERS. 8 1,1. HETRICK IV. ing obtained In the circuit court of my neighbors birthday. LICENSED EMBALMER' :
JOHN JUDSON A. g CURRIER The term for which t this corporation Osceola county. Florida on the 14th Wonderful Remedy gives to try to bring in some new members

RICHARD YEATES shall exist shall hn perpetualARTICLE day of March. A. D. 1911. permanent results for stomach liver before that time so that the association :!.A
OEO: S. BRONKETHOFF, V This, the. 6th day. of April A. P. 1915L.
WALTER: SCOTT J. o !MCNEWB \ The officers of this corporation shallbe H INGRAM and intestinal ailments. Eat as much may have practically all of the Store and Chapel, Stewart Are.Kissimmee ,

F. FERRIS LEMUEL: OR/FFIN a president Ice.preeldent. a secretary Sheriff tt Osceola (County Florida. and whatever you like. No more distress growers on its list ''.
C C COX, F. OEOROE.!: n treasurer, mid a board of not 16-4t By nOBT CAMPBKLU 1). S. '
after eating pressure of gas in In the absence of the president A. Fla.
J R: PRATHER A.: 8 MeCOtl : less than three nor more than ninedirectors.
If/ E F KETCH. C. H. SAPP. The offices of secretary and the stomach and around the Heart. S Nelson presided at the meeting of, .i

C I I J. W. SMITH. HENRY KLOOS. treasurer may he held by one and thesanto NOTICE. Get one bottle of your druggist now the association held last Saturday.The .

.d J I). HARRIS T. A. COURT. person The board of directorsshall Notice Is hereby given that a bill and try it on an absolute guarantee first matter given considerationat !'!'
Vans W. Crawford f
O. A. CRAM L W. lA RRIS.It. be selected at the annual 'stock P. A. Agnew I
will be Introduced before the next
M. HOLDEN CHAS. RATHBUN hold.. .' meeting to be. held In the Cityof of the State of Florida legislature forthe if not satisfactory money will be re the meeting was the proposition of ;V-:

O YEAOER B NAYLOR, Kissimmee Osreola county. Florida of the tu rned. the Florida Marketing bureau. VANS tGNEW CRAWFORD
empowering City joining
Vi. the third Monday In :January of each. A
C BOWER OEOROB. on !:::Ir.e:: '
of Florida, to provide for It was decided to postpone action un- ,.
I THOMASON. L. CRAMER. year. the bulkbeadlng of Lake Tohopekallga KKftOl-.UTIONH OF HYMPATHY ATORNEY-AT-LW f '
W. MILAR. A. J. BROWN ARTICLE VI.of Indebtednessto within 1 the limits. of Bald city of Klsslmmtte. til the next meeting and Secretary : .'
E M. GOODRICH. 8 P. CURTIS The highest amount the method of Fansler Instructed to write to the I Ba
to determine was
O. H. CLARK. H. C. HARTLEY winch this corporation shall at anytime Whereas. death has entered the Building ;i

JOHN ANDRIST. W. M. ADAMS. subject Itself shall be Two Hundred benefits performing and such damages work against and to property assess home of Mr. and Mrs John Johnston headquarters of the organization in .:_1... Fl.r"' ..'

A. B ELLIOTT. H. I). BRAINERD and. Fifty Thousand ((1250,00000)Dollara 18-6t affected by said work. Sr., and taken therefrom the beloved the meantime to have several points _ _ _ _._ _ _ : i 11 ,
.... D H. BRICK ER. A. E. DROUGHT ll-9t H R. MAY. Mayor. made clear which are not thoroughly .
and Abraham Johnston
I (I. M. YOUNG C. A. ORR.P. son brother
W. HALL. THOMAS MARTIN. NOTICE OF MASTER'S BJAL.K.! BfOTICB.' Therefore be it resolved by Kiaslmmee understood by the growers in this sec -

E. G. FARRIS. A. D. WORDHAM.U-4t. Under and by virtue of a Decree. of ADMINISTRATION Temple No. 21. Pythian Sisters tion.Clark LEWIS OBRYA : .
the meet-
Howell to .f A..I.I.trat.r far Di.ebsrge sincere reported 1'i i
Foreclosure rendered I In the Circuit that we express: : our sym-
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. Court of the Seventh Judicial: Circuitof Is ()..r* .r C..t,. Jadgs. pathy to Sisters Mary Marsh and ing on the fish fry held at the homeof ATORNEY-AT-LW ;

!. Circuit C..rt, State *f KUrld, SerBtk the State of Florida on the Chancery 01. C..t7. FI.rI. H. Barriere on the Saturday previous ,
. Jvdlelal C..It. Oewola C...<7 Side thereof In a certain cause In re. Estate of R. Lohr. Elizabeth Parker, and to our Brother that those who attendedhad Waring Building. ."
therein pending .wherein Florida Drained Notice I. hereby given to all whomIt Pythian Sister, R. O. Johnston In stating :
Paul Hahn. complainant ".. Lana Land Company la Complainant and may concern that on the 16th d.h' of a !general good time and made an 1..t.
their and with the handof
Hahn. defendant.. Samuel K. Sexton R R Russell. Mike July. A. D. 191B. I shall apply to Honorable great sorrow inspection of crops In that section. lie .
, .. CeeceFT. 10'' Howard. Vlctorine Howard. i-i. R T. M. Murphy, judge of said love point them to H'm who doeth
It appearing by affidavit appended stated that they found good potato When In Need of 1
I Smith and Pauline Smith are Respondent court aa judge of probate for my final all things well.Rellolved a
bill In the above-stated caueethat "
the I will, on the bean and tomato :
discharge administrator of R. Lohr.deceaaed crops.
Lena Hahn la a non-realdent of further, that a copy of VETERINARY SURGEON :
IRD DAY OF MAY. A. D.. 1915. and that at the aame time The meeting considerable timeto 4
realdentof gave
and la
the state of Florida. a the being the IIr.i Monday In said t' resolutions be sent to each of "
same I will ese '
present to said court my final of For-
Baltimore state of Maryland overtbe i month and a legal Bale day duringthe the discussion of the growing -1 r $ -
of twenty-one years; It la accounts aa administrator of laid! estate our sisters, a copy banded to the paper -
age legal hours *>f sale. sell, at Public tame grass. Sudan natal and others .
therefore ordered. that said non-real- for cash In to the for their approval for publication and a in F. RICHMOND .
Outcry page
dent defendant be and she I. hereby bidder, at the rt:: door of the Dated January 1 A. D., lilt were discussed by the members.E. A
minute book be set aside for the
to the bill of complaint WTJJ IAM LOHR. our E. editor of the Gazette i
required to appear Court House In Klsalmmee County of Naugle Horses Clipped. and )
filed In said cause on or beforeonday Osceola.. .Florida the following! described l-6mo. Adminlufrator.NOTICE.. Inscription of these our heartfelt was present and told the growers that 1 up 1;' ..
( the Ird day of May, A. 1>, Real Estate situate In the Countyof condolences. Loughman Road ,j
otherwise the allegations of said the newspaper was anxious to help the
1115. Osceola and State of Florida: Fla.GOTTLIEn \ <, .
.... bill will be taken .. confessed by said Block 10 Lot i and 1; Block II. Sealed bid. will be received by theboard MARKL OVER8TREET growers keep their -jprogress before Phone 111-1 KI..lmme. \, ..
defendat.h Lots 1. 4. E. 8. 10. 11 and 1 ; Block 20. of county commissioners of Oa BETTIE PAULK. the public and to aid in inducing other 4 _ _
.. ordered that this order Lot. 1. 1. 1 and 4; Block 27. Lots 1 to MAYME JEFFORDS. MKJITZ ; ,.
ceola at their
county next regular that
1 be published once a week for four consecutive 8 Inclusive, Inclunlve; Block growers to begin business so I I

weeks In the Klaalmmee Val 19. Lot 1 to 18 Ilntclu 1v Block 10. Lots feting 1916. on on the th.i printing third day of the of May.Illustrated A. D I1L.ACK I.dVIJh Kissimmee may be made a market Painter, Decorator and Paper Har .
In W
ley Gaaette.. a n.w.f..p..r. published 1 to 11'B\\ uW.t..ztOtos: : Inclusive, Booklet of Oaceola. countyBlddera where buyers will come and buy the A Specialty in Inside House 1.
..aid county 11 S. Inclusive
1st. A. D 1915.'Seal . and : : may call on J L. Ovar.treat.clerk. 'it truck etc. right on the The All Work Guaranteed .
This April Block Lot 11. Inclusive; The Liver is a blood purlflT. plator I

.) .1. L.Clerk OViRSTREET.Circuit; Court. 1. :,{. arul 1It60; Block 4. Lots al, t The, for board specifications reserves lI..n right said work to accept was thought: at one t'me it was the grower agreed to keep Reasonable Charge ,, ,

By JAMES )(. :JOHNSTON Lots 10. 11 10 "..""JJiJ; Bluck; flock 8,17.Lot Lot 1; BloT IS. 8, or reject any or all bids thereon. seat of the paasions. The troub'e informed of the cndition of their I R. F. D. No. 1. KiMlmmee *. .' p -

Deputy Clerk. and >; Block 18. I'clk: to 1.C Inclusive 17-lt J. L. OVERSTKEET.Clerk. with most people is that their Liver crops and to report shipment i -
Johnston & Garrett g to 11 Inclusive; Lots 6 to of so that other sections may !
black because impuritiesin
Solicitor for Complainant4t 11. Inclusive; Block 11. Lots'i to I Inclusive becomes kw Robert Riedel
; all of said land being in the,., You Need OeoersJ To Uc the blood due to bad physical what they are doing here. A'prelm .I I

Florida Drained> Land Company subdivision Take Orovo's states causing bJlonsness, Headache inary: of their ) will .be 6f :
No. 1. recorded In Book "13" croP AND CABINET SHOP'
3l gBt on Page <5 and IS, In th* office of The Old Standard Grove Tasteless D'sslneas and Constlpat'on. Dr. another pagee4 CPE ,. .

the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola chill Tooto U eqoallv valuable .* a King' New Life Pill will clean up Window aid De.r'.Scrims RtpvJbr ,

T County, Florida:' Bald land all belaglu General Tonic because it contain the th.,L4v r, and give you new life. J6c i. Tb Di.. PSI *ffist fl. Used fPhooeel .
Oaceola t
J.:: AutoTn' CUSIgfl! SlipS. 8i, Dated, this County.March.J7th, A. IX, l ll. well known tonic properties of QUININB at,your:'DrnggUU. *1' tee toale and lanuMv beUertkauordijiar effect.JULa ,and.Cab1sstWsiku'. -, 'c 1 ____

PaIrlingCars'2Uvp ;j..g.tjcks.Wagofls .. . .' O. -aARRETT, and IRON. It act*on the live. Drive I TI..I BBOMOQU1IUMBU % ** Shop 2ldjRe.ideeei 2St V :
: Mi c*Wa*j asreesee. ,
:,i, ":: made to ordeN'' c A* Special Master In ChaD r". out ':UaJaria.' Brtichee the Blood:'and The prevailing religion in Roumanla iB.! .. -me e4toofc 5rU NeW \ .-. _

.. VANS AGNEW CRAWFORD.. sUdi the 'W.Zie 8rst4m, SO I cent I that of the Greek church. toe the DarUagUn Aye Fch&tDa t
jI. ' 1 I f-I ,,- .r.-I r""r- Solicitor for Complainant. ilit4"z tip . > .

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ByCfcAUDH P..JOIIN80l'f"I ilazette. I u.KI.mentaI levy th* taxes and than Mr. and .Mrs,, ,Aaron 'Reave were' .Mr.' and Mrs.' William Ward pent '
? ,,. of the-valley' FOR SALE! OR TRADE for hone &A'a t?
; J Special Repr'eaentUve, spend the money promiscuously and here Tuesday. Saturday in Klsslmmee shopping i '
, In manyi) case without much regard Mrs. Tom Lamb and daughter,;LuV Tony Tindall ha,moved his familjrto wagon one. 1' y. Buick la ..004condition.

Tallahassee Fla. 'April' ':'29. -TheAurprise : from other state teaching fnFlo,, ida to' governing them. cite, were visitor here Tuesday; Christian Center'toAaake.It'their good.,tire.;-muat sell'or'' cl "
.' of the, eion cam Wedne.i without new examination when they "It seem to be the' general opin- Miss Martha Acre returned horn home for the summer. i trade at once. A. M.. Jon*.,'''P.', O. r '

I when bill .that ha for ita pur.POM .. hold ''accredited certificate 'from Inn In Duval county that the $300,000 lat week after visiting her relative W. B-, Bell" and Mr*. Ballard spent, Box 1S1,,Klaslmmee. itt
l'' day a State Chemist school or college in other state outstanding warrant are illegal. I and friend in Fort Mead.. Saturday with 'Mr*.' Noble .at the' . .' t
removal of.
,, I, K. E.the ROM,.' wa* Introduced in the The bill provide. for the creating ofa havt been appealed to by banker and Mi** Flossie Bryant 1* visiting relatives ..J home of W. .H. Ward.' : : DWELLINGS Tiller" 'for,rent,,(opplr" ,',to :1C.

home Representative Forehand, of. state board of'' teacher examiner business men to pass some law tovalidate In flames City. I A large, crowd from Christian Cen- : .
; Liberty, The bill starts off with many I and that state certificate shall be these warrants issued for Everyone enjoyed a lecture here ter and Boggy Creek, attended Mount FOR SALE!:-A $106 Remington typ*.
V, wherease, and states that the position -: issued to all who are permittedto debt contracted in violation of the Tuesday; night; it wa conducted by Carmel church on..East: -Lake",Sunday! writer, practically new;: tor'sale at, 5
of taU chemist require an expert -' accept positions In the state. Those law," laid Senator Farris, in''closing a blind man and Sunda)'.night. $60. C. A.; B, Gazette building
his for the of this bil Mr. and Mrs J. K.. Tindall and little 1
and that Mr; ROM I* not a theme -' in Florida at present time holding appeal passage Mrs. E. E. Brown spent Tuesdayin
ist. It provide that the governor teacher certificate will be permittedto It developed during the debate that Kissimmee. daughter, Susie, spent last Sunday at STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send 12060'
hall appoint a chemist that f* an expert exchange them for tate certificates -' under this law, which wa finally Aaron Reave returned Monday the HQme of'George Sullivan on Eait for Cabbage plant at $1.60.
Immediately the passage of without another examination, adopted by a vote of 19 to 10 that from Okeechobee City. Lake. Poach, plum pear and cherry: tree
! the bill to serve four upon Captain but at the expiration of the certificate county commissioners will not be compelled Alex Bronson was in Ktsslmnvee Mrs J. A. Little, of Christian Cen at 10 to 16 cent each. John Light-
1 ROM learning the ;year introduction of will be required to apply to the to have a local attorney to advise Tuesday. ter, and Mi** Lee Tion, of Boggy foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. ':

the Immediately wrote the chairman state board for new certificate, com- them but that all questions that Master Theodore Brown ha accepted Creek, spent Friday afternoon at the
\ bill.of the committee to which the plying with the rules of the examinIng are not' clear{ .. to their duty under a position in the express of. home of J. T. T. Tindall on East Lake. FOR RENT!: -room' residence, for.niched .

l bill referred that he wa ready board. The bill will be given the law may be referred direct to the lice, helping J. Y. Morrison.E. Elmer Clay and Miss Hattie Lack. $15} 6-room.' $10;; &-lOem.,,_,t b J
+ to have wa his department investigated speedy passage and soon become a attorney general. What effect this E. Brown returned to his mill were married at the church at Pumpkin $9. E. E. Well, real **tai* and Inurance p ,

.t i; to disprove the statements in the bill. law. The fact that teachers from :will have on Senator Farris' positionas last week. Center last Thursday. They left 202 Broadway. \ a+
for the board of for his old home in North Carolina dl
county returned
What the outcome will bets. unknown northern states holding certificates attorney Miss Ernestine Brown FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-st.ry
but at time during the past six yeancertain from their home states could not commissioners of Duval is unknown home Sunday after a few weeks' visit SaturdayTheir many friends wish store Brack North
k influence have brought pressure teach in Florida without taking another ..., but it is understood that he receives I with relatives of Fort Ogden and for them a long and., iappy life. KUsimmee.building H.on C. c.StantoN 2Ia-tf
,p to bear the governor to county examination has kept a salary of $200 per month for that Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Anchor Hay spent , .

gt + k remove Mr. Rose upon, the principal ones the various boards of education out service i I Sunday wjth his mother Mr. George FOR SALE OR RENT-Four room ,
7 being certain fertilizer companies of the services of many good teachers. Senator Johnson said that he MORK GOING ON FOR Hay. / house furnished; has good truck '
I thought from Mr. Farris' remarks FRUIT PRODUCT SHOW Mrs. C. B. Clay and children left s
a { who were prohibited from swindling l garden and place for chicken;
tF.f J the people of Florida with a new min- The legislative committee of the that' n e wanted to put the county commissioners Saturday for North Carolina. Mr. south end 0 food : avenue. Joseph ? v'
, eral material called fertilizer, and state tax assessors association has' in jail. "I think the law I (Continued from Page One.) Clay will join them at Nashville N. Hart 17tf
which tuff Captain Rose analyzed and been at Tallahassee for the past week should be changed to make it a criminal C., and take them to their h me.
t through the department of agriculture in the interest of a bill to exempt offense for the county commissioners no exhibits for any of the prizes of- Joe Ward is very busy this week FOR SALE-Airedale bull terrier rand
I t" .. had Its sale prohibited. ,, $100 household goods from assessment to violate the statutes" con- I fered, the prizes will be changed to getting ready to pen cows. collie pups; superb blood line;
for taxesA bill was introduced tinued Senator Johnson. I some other articles that are exhibited J. K. Tindall purchased a horse eligible to registration and accli-
i i"r
?J The passage of the Davis regulation Wednesday to exempt from taxation Just then Senator Farris asked if and blue ribbons will be given those from A. P. Munn last week. mated. Write for booklet stating
r :" bill through the senate was a signal the homes of confederate sol- it was not a fact that were commissioners for which no other prizes are offered. Mr- and Mrs. Houl Bass and George wants. Ortega Kennels Jacksonville -
victory for the temperance people as diers. prosecuted for these viola- I I: It i is desired that the fruit products Alman from Kissimmee, spent last (Ortega) Fla. ltpd'',

1 1y< .. the provisions of this act are the most i The final of the Hudson tions, that they would plead they had be put up in glass jars or glasses so I Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. For Rent-Furnished, flat, with '
tr stringent ever enacted. Closing hour I passage acted on advice of their attorney. i that they will prove attractive frI and Mrs. W. II. Ward.
for the I
? was set at 6 o'clock and under the ,' plant act Tuesday provides Senator Johnson replied that if public display. The committee desires two Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Little, of Christian modern Improvements. See W. B.
of state boardand I I 16If
establishment plant Harris at Gazette office.
fl' r r provisions no liquors can be sold in' a of sentiment could be given expression I of each article-one to be used for Center, visited their father, J. t. .
for the $100,000
g' I Jess quantities than half pint and only ,i the first ,expenditure$125,000 to be used for in some cases, both the attorneyand te"tinand the other for a permanent I, T. T. Tindall\ on East Lake last Sun- FURNISHED ROOMS for light ) \
i in sealed packages to be taken away ;I tlio, eradication year of the citrus cankerin the commissioners would be putin exhibit which will be kept hereto day. housekeeping at low rates for the rf

from the place of purchase before ,: the belt.] The remainder of jail.Senator. I I show visitors what we can produce.The I Mrs. T. J. Little was the guest of summer. Very close in, in plain
drinking The bill will eliminate orange Calms cited cases where ,, name of the product and the Mrs. J. K. Tindall Saturday. ,
I view of breeze .
always good
da like for 1915 will I.kei.; ;
' drinking in practically every club, all $35,000 an sum : the commissioners had appropriatedmoney I i name of the maker should be placed Mrs. W. H. Ward and Miss Susie desirable location all V4
I I convenience -
1 ;:: ; cafes or hotels or any place where I' be that used cost to the fight state various thousands crop of pests dol- ,' for farm demonstration work I upon a slip of paper pasted upon each Bell were the guests of Mrs. S. G. very *; large porches; ;any numberof i
women or girls are employed. without authority of law but on advice offered. Barber Tuesday afternoon.
lars annually in loss of farm products. I I jar or glass I room. desired at one-half win- "J...?
'; I i of their attorneys. "Since there')I If possible it is requested that ter Call address No. 14
Under the Farris bill passed in the! Strict quarantine regulations] are included is no expense attached to the bill authorizing I those who expect to exhibit bring in What i is said to be the largest drill S. Orlando rates. or
senate Tuesday it will not be necessary -' in the measure that makes it the attorney general to ren- I i their products on the day before every made has been recently made avenue. 1. ',!d',
for boards of county commissioners -'I. impossible] for diseases to be broughtinto 'der opinions, and the authority is i I Fair Day. for some special work being done bya FOR RENT-Two large furnished Iyp. '

''I to employ a local attorney to the state in the future that will much desired by commissioners wishing Those. who expect to exhibit their Pennsylvania contracting company rooms light housekeeping; single or (. :?

v; advise them on their duties under the damage plant life. to comply with the law I am in products can aid the committee greatIv which had occasion to drill holes together; rent very low. 113 Main ) "

statutes. The attorney !general will I in both houses favor of this bill," concluded Senator by sending a postcard to Miss Anne twelve inches in diameter through street' j8-8tpd
\ A bill was introduced
.; be required to give opinions to the Calkins. large timbers. It is more than six
Carson Kissimmee, stating what exhibits -
commissioners whenever called fore Monday to provide that the regulation This occasioned debate feet in length and in operation it cut FOR SALE-Furniture, square piano
more -
measure they will offer and giving their
: Senator Farris will likely lose his of all telegraph and telephone than any other bill before the and address. a twelve-inch hole through a pile of oak dining table five chairs leather
job as attorney for the Duval county "ompanies shall rest with the railroad name timbers six feet high. covered couch leather covered davenport
senate in several days. If the various
) of i The prizes offered for the event f
that all cities
commission, and
of month. I oak enamelled iron
at a salary $200 per bureau ,
county take advantage hove been donated bv the merchantsof
over 5,000 shall have a right by ordi- Lord Kitchener once assitsed at a I
bed and springs ice box. 901 Mab- e
of the of this bill the state I r
The Bussey bill, passed in the house nance to regulate the construction and provisions Kissimmee and the cash prizes Drury Lane rehearsal in correcting bette street or 'phone 239-R. 19-tf
I 1 Tuesday will I prohibit any board of operation of all such public utilities. i iI will he saved approximately $50,000 made up from a fund of $50 riven by I the military evolutions performedupon I
coAHtty commissioner from spending I a year. the Hunter Land company. The prize the stage. LOST-On Orlando road Thursday I
Iji or contracting to spend from any fund Wednesday the railroad commission list follows: afternoon at Kissimmee fill, suitcase

c more than 95 per cent of the revenues had a hl'Rrinlon a petition from retailers 'WHAfTl COSTS TO Prize List. I oiler! of ,\p|>ll<-...... for. T." I>...." I imitation leather tan, tagged Mrs "
to be derived from taxation. Penal- and shippers for a reductionof Best guava jelly, barrel of flour, I nrier. Nc-rfloBM (174 and 57A fJeaeralI G. A. B. Finder please leave in

ties are very stringent being a nfie twenty-five per cent, on carload given by Waters & Carson Grocery !I Xlatiitrn of .fc.- Stair of florlda.. I care Citizens Bank. 19-t.J/r
ii of from $100 to $1,000 a six months shipments of flour, hay and grain. The '' company; second prize, $1.50; third )
RUN FLA. COUNTIES'i ] Nollc In hereby given that The KiilrI I I FOR SALE-Willow baby carriag .
J to one year jail sentence, or both at commission heard argument from the prize, $1.00. nMm I .-nt <*:>mj; >Hrtv, pun-hnNtr; of Tax )
\ the discretion of the court. All bills railroad companies and took the mat- Host guava paste $5 toilet article 1 Vrtlflrnti. :N, "5. dried 4th November I food condition. Mrs. E. E Naugl; [ a
i -- ''A 1) 1NS5. has (Ill-el, Bald Tux Orllflcitte I 118 Main street. 19-tf w1
i; contracted in excess of the amount tar under advisement I given by Palace Drug store: ; second s

? $r of revenues are declared null and void I I "We are going from had to worse Washington.The per capita cost prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00. I c'litlon In for m)' Tux ofTlcr 11.nml... 9 C and suit on same prohibited the commissioners 1 in my county" said Senator Farris of county government is higher in St. Best guava marmalade, $5 in trade, cardance. with law Raid rerllncnte4ml I
digger painted handje
and their bondsmen being while in debate on'senate bill No. 20i.(. Lucie county than in any other countyin given by M- Katz; second prize $1,50; >laC4'K tilt fiillowiilK denrrll prop- four inches green shorter; one than
r held personally responsible for such "The comptroller's reports for the II )Florida, according to a report made third prize, $1.00. I arty nltimteil In Ottct'oln county. Stnt
v of Florida to-wlt All of Section 3R. other. My name painted on it Notify E
f excesses. This will eliminate the deficits I past two years shows that practically public by the census bureau, based on Best canned guava $5 in trade, Township 87 Routh, Range 34 Rant.Tht E. L. Green 15 Darlingtonavenue. :
K that have appeared in practically I every county in the state of Florida the year |1913. given by W. B. Makinson Co.; second I said land being assessed nt the .
ly every county of the state at the has violated the statutes so far that The report shows that in St. Lucie prize, $1.50: third prize $1.00. date of the taiiuaitre of Maid certificatein n

s ,, end of every ye.r.Repre.entative I' the boards of county commissioners county the per capita cost of government Best orange marmalade, $5 in trade, I Unless the Enid name! certificate of Fla. shall Commercial; he redeemed Co. The supply of aluminum foil, whichis

should all be removed from office," reached "surprisingly high given by H. C. Stanford Co.; second according to law, tax deed will issue largely used as a substitute for tinfoil '
Wilder of Plant continued Senator Farris level of $53.75, as against an average prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00. thereon on the 27th. day of May. A.IX and over which it has advantages
bill .
City, ha introduced a authorizIng cost of government for the entire state I 1915. I
The bill under discussion was one Best orangeade $5 in trade given other than that of has
\Vltneiiff my hand and official neal at economy
\ the city of Plant City; to appropriate to authorize the attorney general to of $7.52. In'seven' counties of the by Dann's Department store; second KlBBlmmee City Florida this Z7th day been seriously interfered with by the .
Money from the general revenue render opinion to boards of county state the per capita cost of county : prize $1.50; third( prize, $1.00. of April. A. D.J.1 50VF.R8TREF.T.CI..rk war as much of this material has been
C fund for advertising purposes. commissioners whenever they should government arose above $15. They Best orange wine $4 pair of shoes I (Seal) U heretofore supplied by Germany.-'
Circuit Court Osceola
This I i. a imilar bill to .one enacted call for a decision and the question were: Brevard, $16.19; Dade $22.66; given by Dutton-Harris Co.; second Florida. y,1

s for" Kisiimmee in 1913. under which was asked the senator what the duties Hernando, $18.18; Manatee $24 08; prize, $1.50; third prize, 100. By JAMES M. JOHNSTON, D. C. Bleues of many shades will be worn
;y ;act ,the city; was enabled to provide of the attorney for the commissioners Osceola $16.541.P.lm; Beach $42.03; Best candied orange rind. ca.3 of I' l4t in the,spring. ?

J ,.\;.vfor' certain publicity that was much in each county would be if matters St. Lucie $53.75. The average per canned corn, givea by- R. S. Floyd;

;., ,,'needed., .- were referred to the attorney general: capita cost in Duval county was $7.21. second prize, $1.50; third prize 100. ,
The record for the lowest capitaCOli' i4
.? It was, for the reason that commiirloner -: per Best grapefruit marmalade $5 .
Al'I ther"bill
; introduced by Representative belong to Gadsden county, where
all the state would plead Cole Co.
over given by Jewelry ; second
Wilder provides for validate the cost wa only $2.25
average perperson.
>lng the indebtedness of Plant City to that they had made over-expenditure ..' It I I. a far cry; from $2.20 in;i prize, $1.50; third prize 100.
,.f, thextent of ,$$28OOO.n4 an. on advice of their attorneys that Mr. Gadsden county to $53.75 in St. Lucie Best grapefruit wine, $5- coupon Buy It AT YOUR OWN PRICE
other authorize issuing of certificates Farris laid the enactment of the bill county. Other counties with very low book given by J. W. Prentls; second
was n.ecellllary.ln order that the highest prize, $1.50; third prize $1.00.
cost are .
fir ,of indebtedness for $8,000 to improveand per capita : Bradford $4.82;
+ authority could be obtained by the Columbia Hamilton Best grapefruit straws $5 pair of 1
extend the water ystem. Calhoun $4.53; $3.54; 1
commissioners as to their duties. $3.52; Holmes $3.53; Leon shoes,* given by Family Shoe store;

e The St. Cloud charter bill passed "Opinions of the many county attlmeya $4 34; Levy $4.26; Madison $3.90; Su- second prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00. ?,
,' both houses, waa signed and sent to for the boards of county commissioners wannee, $2.99; Washington $4.37. Best grape jelly Star Ham, given J"
t the governor for approval Wednesday. have been reversed by the by G. M- Taylor & Co.; second prize
attorney general, and especially was $1.50 third prize, $1.00. $$30.00 Electrolier
+ d a This charter bill had been voted on TOMATO CROP IS SHORT ; :
( by mass meeting of citizen and was this true when the governor removedthe Best kumquat marmalade $2.50 in
. approved before reaching Tallahasseefor members of the Duval board last Floriua Shipments Fall Far Short of trade, given H.: Lawson; second
enactment. year," said Senator Farris. Those of Last Year. prize, $1.50; third prize, 100.| I '.
"If the hands of the Duval Best [
county grape juice, $5 gold piece
of the tomato
1 + Sentiment la strong at the capital commissioners had been tied ab -' crop Miami.-Shortage becomes more and more apparentas given by Arthur E. Donegan; secondprize Will be reduced in price $1.00 each
a for the establishment of a state printing : lutely tight for the past few years, the season advances. Little River $1.50; third prize, $1.00. :
M.WK office committee in the house the people of my county would not has seventy-five acres of late toma- Best preserved kumquats, $5 in
;. having already made a preliminary now be facing a deficit off$300,000, toes which will begin moving May 15. trade given by Osceola Pharmacy; 1 l. day until sold :
1p .r report a* to the cost of the plant and n.ost of which was contracted in open Hallendale, Dania and Ojus each has'' second prize, $1.50; third prize $1.00.( ,

building committee of the senate violation of the statutes of the state. a very light crop that will run up to Best preserved kumquats, $5 in
c i I. called for in a resolution passed "The attorney general has concur- June 1. For the week ending March trade, given by Oacevla Hardware Co.;
Wednesday to act in conjunction with red in the necessity for this bill now 27 there were moved 107 cars against second prize, $1.50; third prize, $1 00. See it in the window

the house committee. It is asserted before the senate, saying that, in his 231 cars for the same period last year- Best preserved strawberries five ,
Mft Y that many thousands of dollar can opinions his office would not be bur- For the week ending April 3 this year years' subscription to the Valley Gazette I
'be saved to the state through the dened to have the additional duties 147 cars were shipped against 550 ; second prize, $1.50; third II I

v establishment, of a plant to do! the imposed on them. cars last year; week ending April 10, prize, $1.00.Best /
public printing.i '. "This bill will result in the saving 170 cars against 294 cars the same mulberry preserves $5 in
over of thousand of dollars to every county period last year; week ending April cash; second prize $1.50; third COLE JEWELRY COMPANY I
W i Teacher all ;; the state and in the state, by eliminating illegal 17, :274:: cars against 386 cars last year, prize, $1.00.Russia A
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f i to learn that the senate committee on of the statutes by local attorney estimates will place the movement at has 25,000,000 horses the
education has prepared a favorable *. 250 carloads against 226 cars for the United States has 24,000.000 and the ,.
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