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: May 7, 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: VID00697
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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( r to Taxpayers.' AND DAMAGES OTHERSGOOD Commissioners Decide On Measure Js Given Occur Here Saturday: ,,..,

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ordinance 'committee of the = '
Fire of unknown origin which Delegates to Come f From Central
J.x .Would Have Gty.TrusteeS started in the barn of L. M.. Kenton VERTISING BOOKLET-OTHER WALL ON LAKE WHENEVER city council which Is composed of ,

E,?' Hold Property in Trust and .in the rear of 610 Broadway, Monday BUSINESS TRANSACTED. THOUGHT ADVISABLE. Roma Thomas J, W. Thompson andJ. Florida to Highway Convention ,
afternoon shortly after 1 o clock. entirely D. Woodbeck. is considering a *
K Sell It to Pay Off BondsIf destroyed the barn and for a When they met in monthly ses The first step looking toward the propoeltlonpresented! to the entire While Men 'r

time threatened a number of houses sion on Monday the county commissioners I bulkheadlng of Lake Tobopekallga- council body last Tuesday night by And Women Will Attend
An Interest Thereon Under in the vicinity. Tmfdamage to other settled once and for all a troublesome -' was.taken on Tuesday night when W. F. and C. E. Mooney of Lake- ,Ji'J<

> structures was slight. problem which has been com-!I I the city council by a unanimous vote land.The Other Two Big Events. .
,, I- ; Spec' But for the prompt response of the ing up at every meeting for several'1 approved the bill Mayor Mooney brother are now operating -

: I tire department and the fast run made months. That problem was one of I i May. a number of row boats and What promises to be the 'biggest +
I? (By J. S. CADEL.) by the auto truck the fire fanned by the right-of-way of the St. Cloud-I I The bill will now be sent to Tallahassee power craft on the lake at Lakeland I day In KlMlmmee In months ;"+ ,,
|tfj} Of the many schemes forjmprovingIfo. : I a stiff wind would have swept all of Alligator Well road. i| to Senator Donegan and Rep- but they wish to come to Klsslnun if not In many
occur tomorrow
I years
6ur town making it mote beautiful the houses in the block. The fire lad- For several months past parties resentative Dryan with the request because the lake where they are nowoperaUng 'r
VT; and desirable to live in, and of adver- dies under the. direction of Chief who bought tracts in this section from i I that they secure Its enactment Intoa is too far from the city. Saturday Three separate elementswill *;
: contribute
I to the success of '
Hv Using not only the town but all ofm.t Fairman. did good work and again the Seminole Land &: Investment law. In presenting the bill to the They have put up a proposition 16 )
and one of them has developed
.Osceola county as well none presents proved their worth to the city. The company have been coming before the council Mayor May stated that It was take over the city dock and pavilion >
Into wealth of enthusiasm .
Itself more forcibly than the development boys deserve a great deal of credit board claiming that they had deeds not his purpose to take action at as the headquarters of their business. a "
for their labors and should be com-: calling for their tracts without a road- that bids fair to bring hundreds r''
f* of our natural resources.Our once, but to give the city the legal Their plan Is to leave the dock and .
K main asset in this direction is plimented by evry citizen in the city.. way cutting them half in two. They right to bulkhead whenever the cltlcens pavilion open to the public) just as visitors here. '*. '! r.The
( Lake Tohopekaliga, and The fire losses were estimated as asked that some action be taken by to do be three events are:
m.- admittedly thought It advisable so. It Is now but they areto placed
follows the board either the Big cattle sale and barbecue at
would : to change routeof
f this asset If properly developed The bill reads as follows: In charge and look after the dock
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IB thousands L. M. Kenton 610 Broadway loss, the road or that they be recom- the baseball park. The barbecue at {
mean not onl"Ymany and It in clean and sanitary
and the barn and contents $150: no insurance.' pensed for the damage sustained. An act .mpowerln. the City of Kls- keep a the noon hour and the sal. starting "I;
E3 the town
dollar annually to Immae. to reclaim. nil In. bulkh<($and condition. They also agree to keepIt ,
feountyV; btft'it would mean a' big in. L. J. Jones colored barn and contents -: The board was of the opinion that fmprbv*.. such part of the. iBkwTront. of free from all and promptly at 1 o'clock. F
rowdyism -
K crease in the population which means other outhouses, loss $600; no' the county had come into possessionof Lak. Tohopekallflra. a* Iles! ...ltt.e "andali.m. Great display of fru't Jellies mar- ,
i' 'dollars to and to insurance. Damage to residence $75; the road right-of-way in a perfectly limits of the cald city of fUnlmmM. ; malades etc., made by the women '
our property owners owners
mL, the abutting property the
to be
to aa.e.s In return they are given
our merchants. covered by insurance. legal manner and for that reason tot the coil of such Improvement. of Osceola county to compete for the)
f1 '', From time to time within the last Sam Young Railroad avenue, dam-: was averse to making any change un- and- to enforce the collection.. of suchcos,5 privilege of operating pleasure boats prices offered by the local merchants. i
residence less it found that the facts by proceeding. : In rem. from the dock and to hive a refreshment '
K" *.* vera the advisability of bulk- age to was were Be It enacted by the. 11I1(1d&l ture of stand In the pavilion. Mr. This display will be held In the Oray- ;
Hi heading the lake has been agitated Mandy Cousins, Railroad avenue otherwise. Attorney W. B. Crawfordwas the state of Florida l : stone casino annex on the Arcade '
r and the proposition has without fail ;loss about $12 no insurance. called upon to make an invest--! Section 1. That the council of the Mooney explained that be would just opposite A. R. ball entrance )

>' met with the approval of the people I (Continued on Page Eight.) (Continued on Page Twelve.) have boats and guides together with I, on they enue or through '

f"' until they were confronted with fig- I - bait and fishing tackle ready at all the Graystone hot,) "
T: urea bowing the cost of such work. DR. HOLT GOES TO times for visitors and townspeople. Big meeting of the'good roads enthusiasts .

When confronted with an expenditure, First Event of School I Just what action the council contj of central Florda to plan '
','' of from '75fl 0 to 1100,000, they-have mlttee will, take is not yet d. I 'I ways and means to bring the Dixie

r :repeatedly allowed the matter to drop.B" ATTEND CONVENTION Highway along the Sanford.-Orland T" r : }.
The writer has given this matter Klsslmmea and Polk county route f "
Kiconsiderable attention and is of -.the.4nion Commencement Tonight! CEMETERY CLEAN-UP to Tampa This meeting will be\heid 4-

that this work even on a Dr. A. J. Holt, pastor of the Bap- I in the council chamber at 9:46:, In the i
: scale than heretofore consid- I tist church left Wednesday for Jacksonville --- morning so that the Relegates who '
be carried out with very where he will attend the OCCURS ON MAY 20
Comihenceraent week I. here! evening the high school commence- attend. can complete their work -III.
any cost to the town. in :meeting of the state board of Baptist The time of all times In the lives: Tent exercises will take place. : (Continued on .page 11) "'
If should bulkhead the lake. will :
we churches. From'there Dr. Holt of the school boy aDd" 1I1 '1rartf"rJved. -' The members of the graduatingclass .
order to obtain the greatest good from FOLLOW ...., pk
gp to Houston Tex. where "he attend Beginning with the recital of of the high school are: Hazel WILL AL CLEAN: "' '

(Continued on Page Nine.. ) the Southern Baptist convention of, the music department tonight under Norton Maude Alee{ Wagner U arris , UP OF TilE CITY WHICH WAS 3 ORDI"A"GESv v
the churches NEW
.. Osceola representing and Baptist the state board of the direction of Miss Myrtle F. Deals, Downing Harper Casler, Edna. OBSERVED BY MANY CITIZENS
county events will, follow each other in quick Schwelkart. Mildred Anderson Mildred -; PREPARATIONFOR
Florida.Dr. THIS WEEK IN
DONEGAN INTRODUCES Holt hasbeen attending the' succession. Wlnn Nina Bratton, HelenJones BIG EVENTS SATURDAY. NOW BEFORE COUNCIL .
convention of the Southern Baptistsfor Sunday at 11 a. m. the commencement Betty Pterlgo Clwde Buxza I

forty-two and-has only miss- sermon will be preached by the and Earl Morrow. ...... :,/' ,
years :
: ROAD MILLAGE BILL ed four conventions in that time. He Rev. A. M. Cbisholm. All of thechurches The programs of the various Following out the request of the .w : .4A
Three brand ordinance arenow
has attended thirty-two with I, will forego their morDlne8e"ll.'ea events are as follows, the programfor board 1>f trade a large number of citizens new I
'only one meeting missed.years While in ; on this date and all Join in the graduating exercise of the were busy yesterday and today before the city council' for actionhaving .,. ...' ,., 1
:' the services which will be held la the high school being omitted because of "cleaning up" as a part of the "clean been Introduced atthe. mee a r
Tallahassee, May 7. (Special)- Texas h.,_ will visit Nacogdochea,! held '. : yd '
tug Tuesday.night; }
".:Senator..A, E. Donegan Introduced In wherehe was pastor for.ten : high school auditorium. the surprise- : in store ,for those who up" campaign to put the city'in neat One of these provides a penalty of'. ,. .1
'the'senate'yesterday a bill providing He founded the Baptist church On" Monday at;8:80 a. m. promo attend i,, i shape for,the big event of tomorrow tha.11i
for four mill additional road tax for town and from a revival he held rean.1 tion exercises In all grades will, be Music Department .. .... "' .', Many lawn were given ardreas- not more than'$6 flue nor more ,-i
held. : Inc'up'that they have long'needed Ave day ia'Jall,for.. spitting on
which will enable two .other churches; a At'10:80.; : the same< morningthe : '
Osceola,county, sprang aEf'
: The musle recital!will O
department been ed sidewalk.
t. tbR county commissioner to. t.ulld.brlckroalls.wlthout odist and Presbyterian. there !being I eighth grade graduation exercises , .. and quite a few houses have a ; '' '
tbvneceMlty of n "clean campaign for the of domestic fowl (In -
that the up" owner
..' The M'l will" '*r *dvanced b.6 held tha revival.While : I likely .' ,
; ,:;'a-biitiIssue.>> in Nacogdochea he will visit ------- -- '--- -- - - - -----' ---------- --- -" -- -- will bear fruit in the continued laborsof common English-cblckens) who alplows -

to an early passage 110- that citizens in general to keep their them to run wild and .lrespaset: '
his Mrs. R. P. Lockey and
If.I.t.may it be will concurred be r-and'ed in by the"y Hepre-house also daughter his son, Carol Holt both of whom Trial of Padgett Case property always in a presentable con- upon his neighbor property. i,

live there. He.will have the pleasureof ition. The third amend tb %electricaTand ,
entative.. N. P. Bryan, of Osceola 'seeing the three children of his \ Those who have become imbued water' ordinance aa. to the alse> F

vounty. son. two of whom he hs never seen. Begins Circuit CourtThe with the "clean up" idea should not of nozzles and hours of sprinkling. ,.', f a
Upon his return to Florida he will : forget now that the "clean up" day The main provision of this-ordinance

attend the meeting ot the Grand for Rosehill cemetery will occur on I Is to allow the use of lawn sprink ,. ;

GRANDJURY! ENDS Chapter, Royal Arch Masons at Jacksonville spring term of the Osceola a forged check was also tried and i May 20. Between 125 and their 150 willingness per- ; len. ,, '
County Circuit Court is still In session found not guilty sons have already signified All three will come up for action y
and present Indications are that A. White colored,* charged with to take part in the campaign at the next session of the council. .' kl.
LABORThe launched J. J. Woodall to give the
ITS WEEK'S It will run. well Into next week and the murder of Jesse R jgers, also colored by (.

WANTS TO SELL CITY possibly longer. was tried and' found guilty of that cemetery date.a Five general or cleaning six automobiles up on

The court is now 'engaged in the murder In the first degree the jury have been promised to carry the ladies DRAINAGE OF NORTH

grand jury ended its week's trial of John, Padgett charged with I recommending the prisoner to the who will aid in the ark to the cemetery -
labor last Saturday and after making SITE FOR CITY HALL the larceny of a domestic an'mal, !. mercy of the court. on that date.,The ladles have ,
Its report to Judge Perkins In circuit specifically the theft of a steer from T *> regular venire of :jurors drawn volunteered to prepare lunches for the KISSIMMEE LIKELY. = ;

court was discharged. The grand I the Carson Cattle coro &ny. Mostof IfSC Friday was as follows: Lee "clean up" workers. l

Jury returned sixteen Indictments In Wether or not Kissimmee wants a the session of Thursday was occupied -' Bass S. W. Porter J, A. Harvey W.I. The ladies who will prepare basketsof .' .t ;

all.In city building and what action shall In securing a jury to>. try the' Bowen C. Buckles R. G. Wldll<<. lunch and who wish to be called Plans for the drainage of the northern '. iii
its general presentments to the be taken in regard to the offer of case: which gives promise of being a: L. H. Cromartle Robert Evans, R. for by the automobiles are requestedto section of the city were considered TTj'i i :r,
court the grand Jury recommended Breaker & Barclay made at the last hard-fought legal battle. Former W. Cobb W. I. Bronson. E. O. Nich' call Mr. Woodall by telephone at again at the meeting of the city ,!i .
that the county commissioners ar- session of the city council has been State's Attorney.Carey D. Landls, 5f' ols. Ho/ner Bass, I. P. Tison T. H. the Osceola Hardware store on the council this week. Thex committee :p !f /
range to have the moss taken off the left in the hands of the building com- DeLand and Pat Johnston are representing Summers L. R. Lee, B. B. Lincoln day previous so that the list can be named at the last meeting reported f
trees In the'court louse; yard. I mittee to report at the June session.At the defendant while the' W. R. Godwin and W. R. Nettles. made up for the automobiles.The that they had made an investigation t I
'. The body also asked that the old the meeting held Tuesday night state is represented by State's At- Some of the regular venire failedto men who have volunteered to of the suggestions offered by It. C. "
vault in the basement now used alii a letter from the firm named was read torney Joseph Jones and W. J. Sears. qualify and a special venire of help with the w\rk are requested\ to Stanford for the digging of a new .y

a bath room be remodelled and i in which: the Griffin garage buildingon The Jury selected to try leas fifty was ordered drawn for the sec report for duty at 7 o'clock or as soon ditch from the cypress swamp across ,}' ("r\" ll

turned over- to tbe county officers for. Possiel avenue was offered' to the follows: A. L. Davidson, F. A. ond week of court as follows: thereafter as possible and to bring the county road and down in the dU ,1 f a.

the storing of county records, the : city. This building is a one-story Lincoln J. A. Scbwelkart. E. 1>. Rog Ernest Mach: J. D. Woodbeck, J. along their own tools. Seven or eight rection of the railroad. They presented .,. t '
structure of brick located just in the V. C. teams have been promised to aid In a blue print of the proposed ; c;
vaults in the clerk.'offlee now bel.ig ers D. H. Rlggins, Lenox L. Reeves, C. E. Swope H. O. Partin
overcrowded.It rear of the new Rivers building on I The jury was perfected- about 3 L. Daughtry N, L. Edwards O. 8. hauling. H. R. May' has agreed tofurnishtJe ditch made by City Engineer Johnston '., '
Broadway on a lot 60 feet wide and I lumber for a lunch table and the proposition met with the :,
was also recommended that a I o'clock yesterday afternoon and the Watts D. H. Rigging, V. C. Lenox. "
110 feet deep. The proposition made of the ladles and workers. of council which deferred ( ,
new building be erected at the county ' trial of the case then began. Most S. J. Entrlkln. H. A. Coble M. approval the t
by Breaker &. Barclay was to sell the of the Kis- action however until the committee '
and that be afternoon session was taken A. S. W. W. manager \
farm screen of the Knurse McKay Milar.
poor building and lot to the city for $12- simmee Ice company has offered to can furnish estimates, of the _t'of f
for the buildings there. The with the argument legal J. Bert L. L. Baker E.
upon Daly Baxter .
building 500 on terms of $1,000 cash $1.000 a up furnish the ice needed; Waters tit Car- the drainage ditch and other work ie, a '.,
now used tor t'paUenta.ln for eleven and $500 the questions as to the admission of evidence E. Ely R. D. Libby Jessie Tiner..lohn'R. M. *% In 4 ;
year years son will furnish sugar; O. Taylor that will have; done connection r
th.op'nloD'Ot the grand in regard to the Carson Cattle Bronson. D. I. Waling R. T. '
interest deferred of'J. .. g
; twelfth year with on and C. W Griffin the coffee, and R. S. This committee i* composed- ;
s ,jury should --be celled' payments at 8 per cent. company and Its stilus ss a corpora- Butler, H. C. LJghtsey I. J. Adams, Floyd the cream.It W. Thompson Roma Thomas and

Th grand Jury-recommend' that tion.The E. C. Dusenberry. J. W. Prentls, C. is the plan .f Mr. Woodall and W. W. Carson. cO
the rehool board make a test of tin. court room was well filled W. Dann. E: Ct Roberts T. F. Bar the.others who have volunteered their

-' ere hose In'the Osceola High School: SUMMER 'SCHOOL TOOPENONMAY19TH yesterday and today to hear the trial nes. J. NcJ>ltatter.' D. A. Bass O. C. services tor give the entire cemetery a ..... ...... .. ... .....
hose be bought. If of this unusual Interest being A. L. Davidson, J. D. Jef '
1' i and that new .. case Livingston, cleaning ip| to put it in good shape.for h
,foi>nd necessary.. shown because of the fact that itdears fords F. A. Lincoln, Seth Thom, L. the summer..' Those who hair WKATUER FORECAST ) e ) Sf,
on the cattle.industry, Osceola E. Durham F. S, Ledbetter C. B.Haasell.H. been seen by Mr. Woodall are asked .. 'j '.
''r county's biggest business. )I. Bratton. J. J. SCh.kett. ....- to see him and signify their willingness f For Week Bectguslstg Wednoe- .', r. a" i

DUnON-HARRIS Cott.p The trial of Dan Brown Indicted R. A. Snyder; W. T. Haftaell. to help and to tell him just what day May 5. IMS. leaved by .ri r"';'

Prof. R. M. Evans, principal of the by the grand Jury for murder-In the Howell Bass L. D. Flint E. P. Rot> they are willing to do toward the. U. H. Weather Bureau, WaahlBg- \'. '
: city schools announces in an advertisement first degree In the killing of S.S., ers, Ellis Crowe J. E. Johnston "clean up" campaign. v ton, D. C. ,>? 'L ,

CHANGESITS,NAME in this issue that he, assisted (Bob) Johnson on the calen- r >" ".
by Miss Albina Smith will conduct dar and will likely betaken up when. NEW YORK SCULPTOR 0 For South Atlantic and East + ',. I '\, v

;S-.. l vt; ;. J'.." ..: a-summer. school which will open in the Padgett case is finished. A.ETHOMAS NAMEDAS VISITS KJS8IM3IEE Golf State t '-.' ..i.> ;
the high school building on May 19. Other cases considered by the The weather will be fair the .
;, nepfirm"ametbf the Dutton-Har. The term 'will,continue for from six court during the past week are: greater portion of the time witIL.. ; '
'>,rls comJlny.ha been changed to that to eight--week This summer school Walter Smith and Clantle Cowardde CITY ASSESSOR Herman MacDonald, of New York somewhat, lower temperaturefor +'
r' action was taken'in a 1 legal manner, order that students who have work to Smith pleaded guilty and the' bond several months, stopped in Klsslm- district- There i*' tome pro**.*' \ ;-,')
'4 '-by the stockholder of'this concern.', make .up' can do so during the'vaa.' of tha woman In tha case was ordered A.,P.-Thomas? > :wu'1aa.'me4 to.jnake mee ;yesterday to confer,with Mrs and *'pect of shower lnr a' day-, r<110'' +,' 't '".J. rr'
; The arm announce: that it will con Mrs. -J.;, M. WilUon-regarding tr'phe be..t Gulf atataL'i.* .. '11 ;
of the ovar
Loa period regular city estreated when failed to appear ?
the rot .for 19 IS
the city assessment ) "i
t it has always, up Seminole.Indians .< '
tinue to do business* The tuition-fees aa announced in.the : U making to the .; trial ,
for council at its session onTuesday '
:r.' -with '. firm-determination to pleas advbitisement"in"onther column Williams .Indicted 'forbraktii'endentoring'pleaded by the! city to' ,tudy. then la tbelr'natural surroundings. *v 'District Forecasterjrv *
= 'Israel . ?! For this he whir. : .
night -
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f.' ,tbe'-public--.and' give good value' large Mr. MacDonald expects %
.v_ ,the moDsyuipent.The company '-will Jags reasonable of rtBdenta and should'.' 'Wj attract' ft. ''';'A": - JUT '" 'pUt Give i i00.. -'_ ..i.for'th&workfrom '1""J' to model from life the Seminole/preparatory ............i.> II.. ....... ...: f')
: '. : x'j. Bids were received : .
'\ build up'''a stock:of nice'shoes of..all ) jifs"j ;; bromie statue -' .
':;;1 gy.dea' aDd prices:;;and :will always .VH, J$Utt..tlt1e...' next'Monday; ; The/granaVjury: *reported nevtme, *ix parties.{ Other. bidders were of5 the) ,J'lorl4&making'Bemtnole, ,Indiana. aabeing .Mr*. ',.' Hi,Mallette,:who'ba* be*: ,aLL. :,'iI
Eeepua*' Weir mUTOT"fair: ",,treatment for SandJTilI.,*W.Ya. ...JrIr.,BoUt!' is bin to-U ae ease of Henry.WJvWearer.WCUlam R,' W..: Cobb, $260; V.,R,Ellis ,; $276} type of. the IatUUbe.. daughter Mrs. George W,, : ,
y : .' : -,the i highest : pure
"" Stephen, charged with assiult J.'.W. Prentl*.- 1$390;' E.' A. "Gilbert, Saturday e".IaC'I M ;
sbonest priceF'f : R Interested htvthocattle Person, will lean I
..... .- 'jtnl y'-. bosineM extensively,la.OsceoU county and will "with Intent'to murder" *Burrell 1400. W. G.' Hankies. $300. ?;y'v': blood'. 'MjvMacDoaald naUve American baa sculptured_ _. portraits : for her home,la Savannah, pa.:',Mre4. ,,,:v,,,'.',,

: 'of:St.lotiLwain: return next: faIL: Hu son, E, S- Roliff.will rate."watrie; &'* and."' found' 'riotuddiirJoAuIndictedtorIUUbt .' . la C'Madam Tetraslnl and other Percent will accompany! .her for' a vl -. ';\. r"!' '
''Ja this dty Last S.tntda".n"roptitot ', look after ,hill eatti*> Nareoesge..wa. prominent, 'people., It pt. .,...,...,*.......- ;.," 4': J" ",
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; : sources: .and; possibilities of'.that' seen ti
; : THE'STATE 11' tlon., ,Th. anl\oat will touch upon the ILLINOIS MAN BUYS I

11 AMONG LEGISLATORS: { ;= STATE NEWS CONDENSED = fololwinft counties: Nassau Duval ,
: Clay' St. Johns, Putnam,' .Volusla, "

.a ClutUDE r.' .lOIlNSON' Seminole( Orange' Brevard.!* Osceola. tcac 1rEaRlc11, f
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: 2';. i Special Representative of the Valley Gazette.fW . 'Clearwater.-Clearwater ia making revolver at 432 West Forsyth street St. Lucie, Palm Beach* Dade''I and- I
strong bid for the hotel which a and died instantly. Brooding over the Monroe.: ,, .

party of New York capitalist are knowledge that she was'a victim of Lake : deal 'of much importance Er W.- Brown, Chicago- Ill, this'
Tallahassee. Fla.. May 6.--Commlsaioner month having been devoted to -committee planning on building in Florida. That tuberculosis i.'givenas the 'cause! of Butlers consummated at Lake- week purchased from Breaker &'Bar. ',..'

of Agriculture W. A. McRae considerations. With all the city: has been favorably considered of the deed.' ., Butler last, was week, when the board of clay of this ., has been invited to attend a' committee elimination work there are all the resort centers, with the excreptlon' Park. *
directors of the Bradford Fair
meeting to be held In Kissimrnee many fights made for and against the that they have been dissatisfied Palatka.-After deliberating only County Mr., Brown bought the landupon ;,
r t. that various bills as they ape' reached ten minute the. jury In.the- caN.01<. association closed a ;contract with W. t
on May 8, and stated today I on with the price quoted on choice the recommendation of his friend, A. '<
A. Dekle of that for the
{ attend. This "cattle day" the calendar. locations the In- Clyde Stpver;..charged: with the mur- city purchase to :
he would asserting prices are L. Stevens and expects later ,comet ,
of of land in Lake But-
much attention all o"er'I flated. der of the two Gardner brothers, of twenty acres .
i is attracting Senator Ion L. Farris, of Duval North Adams Mass. this ler, to be the permanent home of the here to live. lie has been bookkeeper :
that the early
the state, and indications are year I I for Pentecost Brothers in Chicago>> for ,,
,I attendance will be large. Osceola,I county, is priming of himself for a bills vol- Miami.- of largest real at their camp on the Ocklawaha river, Broadford- County. fair. thirty years and will soon retire to <;q
canic two
i- has been great strides eruption oratory on estate deals of the month at Miamiwas rendered a verdict of "guilty of murder in
county making the life of "country' gentleman"
I a.
that have been in committee for the VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS
in the
lines of raising the standard consummated few first degree. Immediately sold,
along a days ago FloridaThis is the third tract
I three weeks. The first that heintends AT WAUCIIULA
of their stock during the past few past to make for is the when a trade was completed by which after the verdict was rendered by the by Breaker &; Barclay within the last :.,
I4 years, being one of the first countiesIn Harrison anti-trunt a bill fight in the the S. M. Tatum home of that city jury Judge Willis sentenced Stover to Wauchula.-From 800 to 1,000 two weeks and proves that even in J
the state to make use of the dipping! house after strong ,fight passed and with full riprarlan rights corner of be hanged at such time as the governor crates of vegetables are being shipped these days of wars and rumors of ...jf
a reported shall appoint.
under government supervision to Eleventh" street and South River their the 1:
pens favorably by unanimous vote daily. Crops are bringing exceptionally wars people have eyes upon 1
rid the county'of cattle tick. Severn! Drive, was transferred to W. L. Hun- world." y.
1 the senate committee of Marianna., -Congressman Emmett good prices. Beans are selling "garden spot of the .. ,;J.
in corpora-
prominent cattlemen have been) breedIng tion Tuesday night. This bill is saidto ter. In return Mr. Tatum became<< the Wilson who has represented the Third I at $2.25 to $2.60 per hamper f. o. b. ", iJ":
L, ) their herds of cattle and bringing of the Hunter When the British government took
up lie a redraft of the Texas antitrustlaw possessor cottage on I district for the past two terms, an- platform. The Irish potato crop is f.
to that county some fine horses Fourteenth street. The value of the' that he will be about done. The received sat- charge of the railroads for mobilizingits I i
not candi- growers '
and to have been a
.. passed! on by
and muled during the three years just property involved in the trade is estimated date for re-election. 'isfactory prices. army, it gave them sixty hours in !hi ;
f past, and it in. the intention of thed the United States supreme court. The at $60,000.Miami x which to transport troops in 350 trains c
other hill that Senator Farris willsupport I
htorkmen and members of the lioartl Sanford.-The Southern Bell Tele Melted butter will not make good to given points, and they did it in J. '
i v of trade that the county shall makea with a well prepared speech, -All the asphalt for the phone company has purchased the I cake. 'forty-eight hours. : ',
is that taxing franchises of railroads, .
reputation that would rival any three and a half miles of pavementto Sanford ,',
Telephone company's plant. .
; telegraph and telephone companies, -- --- - -- --- '--" -- --- - --- -- -
I'' $ county in the state | be laid in the central section of : Quite a sum of money will be spent ; .
and all public utilities. Mr. Farris
Miami this summer has been shipped : In the
State Chemist. R. E.: Rose stated at says that there are some combina- and will reach that city in due time, improving system. FOR SALE

the press bureau last night that the tions in the state that will be put out it is believed. The big asphalt plantis St. Petersburg.-The tarpon fishing
efforts to have him removed through of business by this bill, and he expectsto being assembled at the terminal season is now on and hundreds of r
al n bill that was pending in the house have Btronif opposition from cVr- dock, and the streets are being. pre- sportsmen are indulging in this greatest Having disposed of my Fish Lake property and expecting to move to
M did not worry him, as he was prepared tain corporation interests. Mr. Farris' pared for the pavement. The curb of sports. I Nebraska in the near future, I am offering the following bargains:

to meet any requirements of any !gift of oratory has won for him a reputation and gutter work on Tenth street is One rubber tired buggy: in goods pe .-:___--____________________S16.00
investigation that could be made He that he should feel proud to nearly completed. The foundation for St. Augustine-John L. Center was One good one-horse wagon _1 ____________._ ______ $12.60 tOne
for nominated ------ ----
has asked the committee to whom the own and his arguments prepared the asphalt pavement will be built of for mayor'at the demo- }
new Acme harrow (two-horse) .________ ______ $10.00
bill referred to make an Investigation the fight expected later this week willno the rock used for cratic primary held here last week. unnun
was concrete, Ojus being I
+ doubt be forceful that he will One good Cut-Away harrow (two-horse) ________nnhnnn $12.60jOne ,
that. the, bill and had since its conception it is understood in the succeed in the so passage of the two billsin the purpose. Orlando.-The board of trade has new, two-horse John Deere breaking plow _______________.__ 10.00 'rlones.

ltz brain of a smooth politician<< there in the senate. SaraR<\ta. Sarasota's new fire bought a lot and will erect a buildingto One span of large, young work horses thoroughly acclimated and good

little chance<< for the measure to reach 'I equipment has arrived and only waits be used as headquarters for the 'i ,a
the calendar of the house. C for the expert Rent out by the company organization and as a meeting place One good sewing machine. 'h_ __._uuuuuun 10.00
: to demonstrate and instruct the for tourists. One new cypress rowboat, a dandy uhuun----uu-h------ 10.00
Since the passage of the census bill ORANGE CENTER NEWS chief of the fire department in its use. West Palm Beach.-When she wentto One new circular saw outfit for cutting stove wood.
in the house Tuesday there seems to -
? be no doubt that a reapportionment 6 Sarasota.-The strawberry association the rescue of a maid who could Anything in the way of household goods. Will give .good terms on ,
g of the representation will be made in has 30,000 plants set out which not swim, and had gone into water any of this stuff', to responsible parties. The above can be seen at Fish S
1917. The senate is practically unanimous Prof. M. M. Ditter has returned to will make 1,000,000 plants for next over her head, Mrs. William Lewis Lake farm. Take St. Cloud train out to Kelley's station, and I will meet .
for the census measure, since his home here, having term of school at Beulah wife of the artist, and living on in time to catch the which in little hour's
thPt body recognizes. its constitutionalduty << acres of tomatoes are doing well and incoming train, returns a over an .'
in the matter. Representative Dugald Baird has purchased the the fruit is setting with fine prospects the ooean boulevard Palm Beach, time. This ad will not appear again, so if you want any of the above stuff' I

Newton, while the census bill was Ezra Ludwig place in section twentyone for a good crop. The two acres in came very near losing her life in the come now. Urop me a card or: 'phone me, if you come on train. \
<. 11\\ pending in the house, offered an and is hauling lumber to build a beans are blooming and picking will surf in front of her home Sundav j S. W. DOWNING.

amendment that meant the saving of barn. Later he expects to build a begin in two weeks. Alive room cottage noon. The two women were rescued .. -=- .L.- __ -er "
house.A has .been for by James G. L'Angelle and J. C.
16,000 to the state on the census. built the superintendent -
$ .
The bill was amended to pay only number of our young people picnicked of the farms and his family Roach, two young men bathers, whoBattled i
8 1-2 cents name for towns of on Oliver's island last Fridayand w$il arrive this week. the breakers fifteen minutes I
", 5,000population per and over. After this report having had a very pleas- Before bringing the women ashore. -f
ant time. St. Augustine.-Work on the St. Many bathers on the beach turned
then the total
amendment was adopted
rS; I G o amount of the appropriation was Alfred Robbins has leaned the Ca- Johns county brick highway is prog- their head, fearing both the rescuers i We want all our friends .

cut to $60,000 instead of $76,000. sino theater at Kissimmee for a pe- ressing .at a very rapid rate, and the and women would be drowned. i
I IAlt.hough riod of three years, beginning May 1. end of the present week will see it '
of the house W. M. from the Panhandle half completed. Miami.-C. B. Chinn, who has beena
menVj s assert Goodger. practically from all Osceola Countyto to
resident Miami I over
of for the two
they werei.jXp hived by the prohibition state has purchased a ten acre tractin past
1 forces thtfP when the amendment section thirty-three and has start- Jacksonville.-There is a large years, has received a wire from the
for statewidte prohibition was ed improving the same. amount of all kinds of vegetables now American Red Cross commission offering -

.I'I passed in the house, there would be Mrs. J. C. Sheldon, accompanied by being t sent out from here. On the him a position as sanitary Inspector pay us a visit Saturday May 8
no further legislation asked for in her daughter, Miss Mildred, has returned south aide of the river, along toward with the commission in Ser- ,
; this. session, nearly every session to her home in Sioux Falls, S. Mandarin and down toward Atlantic >iaMr, Chinn was under Surgeon- ,
Wrings forth some new temperance D. for the summer. Beach are many small farms and a general Gorges mt Panama, and has
.;," law. Jt appears that the temperance I ira E. Keen has purchased the T. Tew big ones. In all directions out had a very wide experience in sani- '
people feel confident of success H. Keen home and has moved his from this city are small farms. The -ation. It is quite probable that he WHEN YOU COME IN TO

.1 r with every bill, now that the Davis family! into it3jfN. growers bring their products to the will accept the offer. THE CATTLE FAIR
ii i bill has become a law, they will pur- Bass having resigned as deputy city and when they can do so sell St. A Augustine.The Record com- 0

S cue their legislative program until the sheriff' at Orlando, has returnedto themIn most cases though they pany, of St. Augustine, has announced AND BARBECUE CALL ON OUR
tate will be practically dry without his former home here.T have to ship them as there is no that it will issue an East Coast
V i--i! ; a statewide vote by the people. It J. Stewart has moved from the mount of selling done. Boats from annual, which is planned to be a comprehensive STORE AND SHAKE HANDS WHETHERYOU
:" has been suggested that the governor Bass homestead to his farm in section Hibernia, Mandarin and other river manual the
". might put off the date of going into I twenty-two. points are now bringing in quite a concerning re- BUY ANYTHING OR NOT.
+ $ 'J< effect mentioned in the Davis bill as J. L. Wood arrived with his family quantity of potatoes for the Clyde and

') September 30 to May 1, 1916, in or- I last week from Rome, Ga., and has Merchants and Miners steamers. LET US HAVE YOUR BILL.
t :; der that those now engaged in the located in section fourteen. i
a saloon business might reconstruct Theo Elkins, wife and son from Lebanon West Palm Beacb.-Claiming nephews WE WILL SURPRISE YOU
"i their system of business- This, howl Mo., reached here last Friday. and nieces of the late Mrs. We want to see you here hl.

,l ever, will be oposed, and it l is not be They had a forty acre tract north of Fannie James, the aged Lake Worth If you want material, we manufacture -
Orlando, but were so well pleased hare woman who month ago was ; from the stump and can save you
killed in front of her home by an automobile
that they decided to locate and secur-
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had influenced her to name money.
r'' .to into ed ten in section sixteen. J
go effect acres They I
,: b will at once proceed to improve the them in her will. Miss Lucy Jones, of workmanship to be up to the Standard -
4e '. The internal improvement board has Baltimore, Md., a sister of the dead H. C. Stanford Co.

.practically closed: a deal for the sale land.Henry Schuck fo Washington Ind., woman, has brought suit to contest -II .-
of another large block of the Ever-: has purchased the J. J. Keen homestead the will. Miss Jones was not named .
Pine Lumber Co.
"gleda drainage bonds and. Attorney 'on Lake Ruby, and. has taken ** a beneficiary. Yellow

v General T. F. West left Tuesday for possesison. He was accompanied: by Dry Goods Clothing and Notions
I R ,New York to confer with probable F. H. Gross from the same place, and Miami.-A suit was started here by PronoptneM Our Watchword. ;

,*- purchasers'and their. attorne,.. The both were well pleased with this sec- T. F. West, attorney-general for-the Phone 195.. Kisslmmee. Fla.
I state of Florida, to test the validity of .
work of drainage is progressing nice- tion and its possibilities. They have -- Kissimmee St. Cloud
; ,r ly, and the Bale of bonds at this time returned to their northern home leav- the incorporation of Florida City. It
indicates the financial condition of the lis the contention of the attorney gen-
y ing the Schuck brothers, William and When buyBREAD
country is rapidly improving and that Louis, on the homestead. eral that the incorporation of this city you

r, the credit of the state, of Florida Alfred Robbins had a force of men was not properly advertised.St. ..

:r stands above par in bond markets. at work last week tearing down the Petersburg.-It is very likely ... ... ... .
: Ansley mill at McLanes' siding. He that canning clubs will be organized I f"V'J. f"1. "VVA;, f".... f"'t.. "I
r I I; Thursday evening Governor and sold the lumber to M. H. Anderson, throughout Pinellas county for the
i Mrs. Park Trtmmell will have their
S aa
of Apopka.
," t . guests at an Informal reception famIlies all E. B. Morgan has purchased ten purpose home of products preserving in the the fruit oversupplyof and vegetable Ask for the BESTWe '
members of the legislature their acres from J. W. Bass near the station lines. The canning club idea Fresh Meatsand
Kb. .s members of the press and the in section twentytwo.Our has become a popular one throughout

people Tallahassee generally. This packers are busy shipping I the state, many counties having or- make it Every Grocer sells it
(; reception is looked forward to with sweet potato slips. They report the I ganized them with marked success. if f
4 pleasure, especially by many of the demand as far exceeding the supply. "
i old time members of the legislature, Pensacola.-It has been learned
to whom the and his lovable BELTS ON NEW JACKETS.
1 I a governor that Andrew Carnegie has renewedhis K. BAKERY
,' T, wife have endeared themselves in .
Belts are a form of militarism in Offer to Pensacola for a public:
J I ..... years by their genial hospitality. clothes that has made an appearance. library. The proposition was voted
E 4s There are few jackets from which down by the people of Pensacola at ProduceThat's
The crop pest bill was the first this dividing line is omitted. It is an election several years afio, but I
I piece of general legislation to be more frequently placed at the nor- Carnegie, never tiring in his philan- r.
iii '". signed by the governor and become a mal waistline than we have had it in thropy, has again signified a desire to !
i law. New bills are being certified to years, ut evidently the old-fashioned build that city the proposed library- ow basiaeu aid thanki to the
good people ef Kissimee.
,, i the governor from every session, and place for the waist is to be popular He announces that if the city will subscribe THE we
.r. while most of these have been local again and belts pay their obeisance for fifty thousand dollars or I'RAYSTONE ii are retting a good balk of their business ia tail liae.

: :.i bills, the statewide laws have reached to it. The empire line is also observed. even more, he will himself subscribefor

'r the stage of enactment that tells their One sees evening! frocks that area that amount, a proposition he I Brand
.i e fate. So far the governor has not distinct return to those lines worn makes in every town in the United ,I Everything New
qe},, ". vetoed any measure sent to him and by Josephine, the single large States. .
.. orna- ; ; L TMUUt rn,. L a. Him. Iff. ]
has not indicated his displeasure with
ment in front coming back as a feature Clean and
any particular bill pending. The number of adornment. Jacksonville.-Mrs. Hattie Brown Sanitary
;.i, of bills passed on each day in Moore, fifty years of age, and a real- i Open Year Round < a
both houses Is increasing rapidly, Tinware is best cleaned by rubbing dent of Jacksonville for the past six I. c.-ectioa witII tile hifhert rrade Western aad Florida Meats, we

j K? i, most of the time during the paste with flour applied with a newspaper. years, shot herself in the head with wig Ladle a complete liae of vegetable. ether f..... prince


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Jacksonville.-Reports received thisweek Stark -Weath.r conditions raft i 'WortWThe: Lake 'Worth AlthaAa. association was formed
from Florida shipping points indicate favorable and' strawberry shipments I Fruit and Vegetable Growers' association here last week known, atf the, 'AUh! tProducer.
Gerald Rivers :Win ,Medals that. the"' :tomatoes .Is continue to move in larfc quantities I is now shipping toraatoea. There .' association. Grower wm
_, crop daily. The quality' of fruit moving are'twenty-eight members and whil. hip cucumbers, Irish and sweet pota
. rapidly market: In many last week was not as rood and prices I the acreage i. not large this year it toe. 'They expect: to move the,first
sections it I* evident that the tomatoes were not as high as usual at this season is estimated that fully,700 acres will ear early in July.; C A. Langford
Admiring parents friends'and cltl.'seDI der the leadership ofw R.: DeWltie are showing a,marked Improvementin of the year. A' few' growers be,,tomatoes, next year.; was elected president and E..Hender J'J
In general filled,the high-school Brown,' and the nigh school chorus. ,grade and that dealer may look mad sales at M,' 14-25 and $4.50 per son, secretary and treasurer. The ,
auditorium to almost the last seat on Both of these organization.! gave for a much better quality of stock bushel. st. FeUrsbnrtv-Ceneral' Utilities A members of the association' ar en.,
the,occasion of ,the annual declamation number, which would have done from now on. Ideal growing weather thusiaatic and crop are in good shape.
conteit held last Friday credit to professionals.The prevails in the tomato districts although Lake Helen.-Board Of public In. Operating Co., Baltimore, Md. par d
The difficulty with which the judges complete program was as fol- at some points it is a bit too struction, GeoF.. Grouch chairman, chased St. Petersburg Light A Po'wer New-crocheted' scarfs ar* fashioned'/Ut )
'. made up their decision and the close low.s' dry.- No damag,- hov.r1 has been DeLand Fla.. receives/bids until May; Co.'* plant; will expend $50,000. for In irregular pattern' which suggest'r '. *'
,attention given by the large crowd The Forest Warblers, Leon Roque; reported, owing to a lack: of moisture 10 to erect school Improvement. the art nouveau designs; 9 rid
.. presentwas a tribute to the ability of high school orchestra. *
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the high. school students as elocution I Ov.rture-"The Golden Sceptre i.
f n;; ists. There was not a single number; R. Schlepegrell; high school orchestra. ,
1 on the program which was not well 1. The New South, Henry W.
r ; rendered. In fact, it was a demon- Grady Nat Carson.
% stration of declamation that is rarely. 2. Billy Brad. Mary Heaton Volse;
3 I seen in any of the schools of the coun- Laura Thomas3. .
try. That i i is destined to Stars and Stripes, B. H. Hill;
produce orators forte various fields Frank Calkins. H
of endeavor who will make their mark 4. Cigarette's Ride and Death,
Is certain, if these young ladies and Ouida: Grace Winn. .
men remain citizens here when 5.lFhe Unknown Rider, George 4
young grown up. Lippard; Arthur Jarrell. .
Applause was given each of .the 6. The Bear Story, James Whit- ICattle G
F, speakers as they finished. comb Riley; Violet Bullock.
It is the annual custom of the high "Whispering Flowers, F. von Blon;
I'' ethool to choose from all the students high school orchestra. r
at a preliminary contest six boys and 7. The Preacher of the Three 4, tIf
i six girls to compete for the medals Churches Anonymous; Toney Rogero.
offered. These twelve young people, 8. Selection from "Miss Minervaand
h were the ones who competed last Fri- William Green Hill," Frances
day night. The C. A. Carson medal Boyd Calhoun; Amy Makinson.
for girls was awarded to Miss Violet 9. Pledge With Wine, Anonymous;
. Bullock, while the J. L. Overstreet; Charlie Rogero.
medal for boys was awarded to Gerald 10 Tiger Lily's Race, Mary IL
Rivers. Fiske; Margaret Stanford.
That there were not other marks of 11. Mr. Traver's First Hunt Rich- Sale !
' honor for others of the speakers is to ard Harding Davis; Gerald Rivers.
be regretted for some recognition 12. Better Husbands Contest, Ellis
should have been given to everyone Parker Butler; Lois Johnson.
of them. "Petit Bolero" H. Ravina; high
The program/ of the evening was school orchestra. 1
enlivened by several excellent num- Decision of judges and delivering of 6fiF '
bers by the high school orchestra, un- !I medals. .

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Rev. J. Powell Tells'' How He Found
Some facts proving how much workis New Strength to Give to
His Labors. FLA.
done by the county demonstration eCt
agents of the state are /given in the Rev. J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga., ?
report of P. H. Rolfe, director of the suffered from stomach troubles so seriously -
agricultural extension work of Florida that they affected his work. .
I A university. He struggled/ / on under the handi-
Among other things the report cap as best he could-hardly realizing,
shows that B. E. Evans, demonstration I perhaps just how much his sickness
agent of Osceola county, had a was hurting him. SATURDAY MAY
greater mileage than any other agent I One day he learned of Mayr's Won- 8
v in the state, except one. The figures derful Remedy. lie took the first dose
show that during the period -then decided to take the full treat-
September to I December, inclusive I m(>nt. lie wrote: ti
he traveled 1,0rH miles by rail "Since using/ the six bottles of your
and 1,225 miles by team or auto. I wonderful remedy I feel like anotherman.
The only other agent having greater It has been quite a wonder to
, mileage was Joseph Crews, of De- | me to know how one could have a
, Soto county, who traveled R26 miles I stomach disease like mine and live and
by auto.rail, and 2,008 miles by team or I do operating the work table.I did. I just escaped the Florida Range Cattle and Blooded StockTO

The report, speaking of this mile- "Now I can eat what I please andit
/ge/ says: The amount of work done doesn't hurt me night/ or day."
"/-*lby any one agent; during the course Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives -
-"'bf a week may seem trivial; yet whenwe permanent results for stomach, liver 8E:: : SOLD: ..a.r 1 l .:J'CTION: '
take-the combined work of the and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
agents/ in the state, we find that it and whatever you like. No more dis-
really amounts to a tremendous fig- tress after eating. pressure of gas in y"
ure. Taking the single item of the the stomach and around the heart. Alabam'S
COBB & DERBY of York
number of miles traveled by rail and Get one bottle of your druggist now .
by conveyance it amounts to 40,885 and try it on an absolute guaranteeif
miles a distance greater than one not satisfactory money will be

and Even one-half the distance times around traveled the by returned. will offer in addition to Local Cattle between 50 and, 100 head of I f, t"

and automobile amounts to 29,345, or MELONS READY MAY 20.

around more than the worldADVERTISED the. djetance entirely But the Acreage in Florida is Short and Polled '
/ This Year. High-grade Registered ";0 ,. : .
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LETTERS. Jacksonville, Fla.-It Is estimatedthat S '. "s'"'>"J\-''oHY' 0 " .o s

I ; .1 Kissimmee, Fla., May 3. 1915.weeks utary the to total the Atlantic acreage Coast of melons Line trib-railway Angus Bulls" and Heifers. ,.. : : '; : t ;?> 1
Advertised list for the two in Florida is from 8,000 to 9,000 : :: '
ending May 17, 1915: .
. less than last season. Theacreage ...
I Banks, Tom; Blackshear, Mae Mrs.; north of Ocala is short, while'the cropin Every one of these will be Guaranteed Tick Immune '
Johnson, Mrs. M. M.; Mank, the southern part of the state is "
I Louise; Sheppard Miss Lottie; Simpson nearly as large as last season. Last
1 Hamp; Thompson, Washington; season there were 14,485 acres planted -
Youmans, Miss Priscilla. and it is estimated that the acre-
J B. B. SIMPSON Postmaster.STOCKHOLDERS' age this year will not be much over
-- MEETING.A 8,500 acres. The crop at the present AUCTION STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCKCol. fi
tim&.is coming along in fine shape as '
stockholder's meeting will be held there has been fine growing weather .
in G. A. R. mess hall, St. Cloud, on and growers feel much encouragedover Fred Reppert World Famous Auctioneer in charge. '
May 20, at 10 a. m., for the transaction the probable yield per acre. Ship- 1 t
ments will begin about May 15 to 20.
' of such business as may properly -
come before it. Be present if
possible as business of great impor- Calling Cards
tance will be brought before the Wedding Announcements
meeting. ANNA ANSBAUGH, Sec. Engraving Work a Specialty "
Best orwork Guaranteed
Cures Old Sorts, Other Remedies Won't Cur*. Send for(Vices and Samples h,, i ir '-
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HE FOLLOWING tells the wonderful story of the Burbank Spineless Cactus, the marvelous new forage Ii

Burbank T which is creating an agricultural revolution in California, and which is being rapidly introduced

into all parts of the world where it will flourish. California and all of the southern portion of the "

United States will benefit greatly through the cultivation of this new crop, which will grow In almost ,' '

any soil and in localities where a winter temperature lower than fifteen degrees above zero is not attained. ?*

Spineless I Producing a harvest of seventy-five to one hundred tons per acre per year without fail, able to ii

withstand and survive the most serious droughts, green perpetually and ready to harvest almost when is i %

needed, it is not a matter of much'doubt that the near future will see many thousands of acres planted to

Spineless Cactus, producing millions of tons of forage, and producing it, too, with such certainty that the i.. fi.
Cactus farmer or ranchman who raises it need never feel the lack of green feed for his cattle, sheep or hogs, even '. ,,

when the most serious drought or heat has destroyed everything else. That this fact alone destines ,33; 't

Spineless Cactus to a most .wonderful future is without doubt. It is now the part of wisdom, as well as the

duty of the farmer especially, to see that he loses no time in taking advantage of this most wonderful achievement of Luther Burbank.

WHAT CELEBRITIES SAY AT HOME AND ABROAD: Hugo DeVries of Holland, the leading botanist of the world says: "In all Europe, there i i. no one who can even

" compare with Luther Burbank lIe is a unique, great genius." Dr. Bailey, professor of botany, in Cornell University, says: "Jt is an honor to California that Luther 1 i'

Burbank is its citizen. lIe is all that he has ever l been said to be and more." Chancellor David Starr Jordan of Leland Stanford University, says: Luther Burbank is the f r .y' .M

greatest originator of new and valuable forms of plant life of this or any other age" Theodore Roosevelt, says: "Burbank is a man who does things that are of much .G

benefit to mankind." Congressman E. A. Hayes, says: "Burbank improved Hpineless Cactus will give fifteen' dollars per acre land tL greater earning power than alfalfa on

., two hundred dollar an acre land." Yu t?

I.V} > !,- .C: W. HAHN, Representing BURBANK :PRODUCTS; COMPANY?

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r"or-o\ : pAHL . '" ''THE: K13SJMMEE ',VALLEY_ GAZETTE' ., -- ,b .. FRIDAY, MAY' '7.t .'' :'t.tS, ,

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Valley' Gazette "It Pays' to Advertise"In ,

The Kissimmee ? .. :, ",'.

PIJ1ILbIIIJ\ JDTJIIRT P'RJDA.1' 01"FICBI IN TALLIOT OAEBl'l'TJD ABQILDINO, these day of commercial activity,and commercial intelligence it seems, : of'Bill Which

k I u KIa9IaaEE, O :CJIIOLA. OOu..TT. FLORIDA. : leally ,unnece..ary to point,out. the old adage-."It pays to advertise., .

AGNEW OWNERS But there are Tome few--and .they are really few--butineM men who : Will Stop Open Drinking; :
lr W.. B. HARRISad J:. c. VANS have failed to learn this primer lesson';: business education. And it' is a : ,

'" E. E. NAUGLE Editor and Manager i itRJB8CRIPTION I. ,' lesson that should be learned in the primary department. It i.just as necessary ,

cOPY. one ear.- ____________________elJlo'i to the business man that he should learn the truth of this statement early : (By CLAUDE F., JOHNSON..)
One cOPY. Six monlha.-RATES: One________...09 One copy, three monthe.______ .ra in his business career as it is that the child at school should learn his A B C's T.Ullha.II.-Followlnt: Is the complete text of the Davis' billt
or that "two And two make four." Senate bill No. 22 by Mr. Darin. of Tenth district Be it enacted ;
must be .
except from our authorised correspondents by the Legislature of the State of Florida
All The truth of the statement in instances right here in
was proven so many
wine beer shall be aold
atgn.d by tbe writer. Section I That no Intoxicating liquor or
called for.
R.feel.d1Qatered matter will not be returned unle.s -- Kissimmee during the past few days that we are forced to call attention to it. in the counties where the sale of the same i allowed law; in lead

"' -( it the-Po.tofflc- In Klselramee. Florida as. second-class- matter.) Last Friday, C. W. Dann of Dann's Department Store, conceived the : quantities than one-half of a pint and no one shall set any liquors,
-- -' 1915.- idea and ,executed it of putting on sale hs! large assortment of men's shirts. : wine or beer that are not contained in securely: sealed receptacle' .
FRIDAY, MAY 7, Sec.: 2. That no person who is a dealer in intoxicating liquor,
_. He made a special offer to the contestants in the merchant's automobile contest '
wine beer shall sell furnish intoxicating liquor, wines or
_..__ ., -- or or any
and advertised the fact in The Valley Gazette. Then, like a wise man. ; beer In any quantity to an habitual drunkard personally known to him

Bulkheading the Lake Front he followed up that newspaper advertising with posters on his windows and; or whose intemperate habit. such person has .been notified in writing l

a big display, both in his windows and on his counters. The result was that prolevting. against. the selling or furnishing of such Intoxicating
readers'especial attention this week to the article .t liquor, wines", or beer, by I the wife, father mother, brother orsisler of
' We wish to call our all through Saturday and Monday there were crowds in his store buying his .
Much drunkard.See.
on the first page, written by John S. Cadel. Mr. Cadel shows in this article shirts. He offered some good bargains to back up his advertising and as a I k 3. That no person who is a dealer in Intoxicating liquors, .

that he has given close study to a subject which for a long period of time result sold over 200 shirts. Does advertising pay. ? Just ask him what he 1. wines. or beer by himself or another, shall sell or cause to \be sold! or "
i has been a mooted question in Ks5Umee, that of how we can improve our thinks about it. f furnished or permit any person in his employ to sell or furnish any .'
,> wrestled with the who is at the time Intoxicated or drunk, )
We have for minor or any person .
greatest a.sct. Lake TohorekaJ. all.years of ideas and plans In last Friday's issue H. E. Cole, of the Cole Jewelry company adver- .t. intoxicating liquor, wine or beer, in any quantitySrc. ,
problem of bulkheading the lake. We have had sorts tised that he would sell a "Thirty Dollar Electrolier"regardless of cost and t- 4. That it shall he unlawful Tor any person keeping or carrying ,

advanced for this work. would reduce the price one dollar each day until the electrolier was sold. He ::: : on either by himself or another, a place where intoxicating I
Rf y''r: In his article Mr. Cadel hat advanced a new idea, one which appeals tot advertised that the electrolier would' be placed in his window. Friday morning liquors, wines or beer are sold by retail or wholesale to employ a .' "'',

feasible. and worthy of serious consideration. At any rate, it in the electrolier in the window workman accidentally struck the ;.: minor or female in his place of business. pI.
entirely putting a
us as of trade. :Sec. 5. That it shell be unlawful for any person to sell intoxicating of'
is a new view of the situation and should be taken up by the board hand-painted shade and broke it. It was too late then to cancel the adver- 5 liquors wines or beer, between the hours of 6 o'clock p. m. and \

city council and prominent cili/ens in some sort of public!. meeting. tisement and as a result Mr. Cole says he was kept busy throughout Saturday I. T o'clock a. m. '<
Let's get together on this proposition and thresh it out. The 1 legislature explaining to many inquirers the leason for his failure to have the electrolieron RoO('. 6. That It shall be unlawful for any person to sell intoxicating ,i V+
started within liquors, wines or beer on Sunday, or onff'n..r.I/ special or
will not be in session much longer and if we are to get anything be display. That was evidence to Mr. Cole, who was already a firm believerin primary election days, either state, county' or municipal. h (
the next two years we must act now. Unless we do act it will necessaryto advertising, that "It pays to advertise." Sec. 7. That no dealer in intoxicating liquors, wines or beer shall '

await the next session two years henoe. e Several weeks ago the Yellow Pine Lumber company inserted an adver- himself consume or give away any Intoxicating liquor, wine or beer '
We want the lake bulkheadcd. That is assured. We have practicallyall tisement in the Valley Gazette announcing that" it would make reductions for i in any quantity on the premises where such liquor, wine, or beer is :'
Mr. Cadel has sold nor shall he permit or suffer any assistant, servant, employee)
do it is the question. "
agreed upon this subject. How to the thirty days in the price of lumber to those who would "build now. This purchaser or any person whomsoever to drink, consume or give away :
''S advanced a plan by which we can act without any ultimate cost to city week the company asked us to discontinue the advertisement and insert an- any intoxicating liquor, wine or beer on such premises, nor shall he .

i . and perhaps with untold profit. Why not take up the idea and work it out now. other for the reason that they were filled up with orders and could not handle provide any other premises with the intent to defeat the policy of '
r Since the above was written the city council has given its endorsement to any more business at reduced prices. Does it pay to advertise ? Ask anyone this act. kind : +;,
f Set 8. That no gales, doors, windows or openings of ant
a bill looking toward bulkheadmg. of these three concerns. They can answer the question better than we. shall connect the place of business of any dealer in intoxicating liquors,
t. t The trouble with most business men is simply this: They are willingto wines or beer with any adjacent house or lot so as to permit ingress '
1 Are BoostersThe advertise and do advertise without thought of what they are really doing. or egress! into or egress out of such house or lot from or into such ; I Ipla'e
Why Newspapers of business, that no blinds or screens, chairs, settees, benches or I
They buy space in a newspaper but they do not use itJ.intelligently.! Advertising tables shall be set up or used in such place of business, that no musical --

real live. newspaper is a booster for the community in which it is should be direct, to the point, and attractive. The merchant should vaudeville or other attractions shall be permitted to be carried on '

That the boosting newspaper is a town's best asset is the statements always tell the truth and should have the goods to back up any advertisement in such place of business nor shall any loitering be allowed therein,

printed. in the American Press, a newspaper| printed for newspapermen.It he causes to be printed. If he does these things and does them intelligently, that no obscene or sensuous picture or statuary shall he displayed In
s an editorial any such place of business, that throughout the night a light or lights ,
all newspapers to be boosters and so that our readers may see just advertisnig will pay. shall be kept burning in such place of business. and no doors blinds, J
what urges other newspapers about the country think about this sort of thing we o The old saying should really be changed by the addition of a word as curtains, shades. screens or other things shall be allowed prevent I

the editorial from the American Press. It reads as follows: Follows : "It pays to advertise intelligently." persona on the outside of such place of business from seeing inside
Li, lire printing engaged in boosting their While on this subject of advertising it might be well to quote the following thereof at all hours<< of the day and night, and it shall be the duty of .1
In various parts of the country newspapers are the proprietor of such place of business to Bee that this. section is {
: home towns-that ii, they are making special efforts to set before the world from the Orlando Reporter-Star: complied with. .

the advantage of living in or dealing with their towns. Broadly speaking, a R. J. Reynolds is one of the world's greatest men--he is a great tobacco Sec 9. That no retail dealer shall trust or give credit to any :,
is engaged in this activity. man. He has risen from laborer to president of the immense concern which person or persons whomsoever for Intoxicating! liquors wines or beer, ''J
P good newspaper and for violation of the provisions of this section no debt or demand t
a who is working quietly, but strenuously for the betterment bears his name. Mr. Reynolds has always made it a practice to put into a
The publisher for intoxicating liquor, wines or beer shall be enforced in a court
'! of conditions in the place in which he lives is boosting that place no less than newspaper advertising from two to three per cent of his sales of the preceding of law. l

/ t the publisher who is doing tv in large letters, so to speak. The latter, how- year. When it is known that the sales of the Reynolds company run well into Sec.: 10. That it shall be unlawful to sell dispose of or distribute 'alt,
call the attention of the outside world to his work than the millions the amount invested in advertising is considerable. More than or keep for sale, disposal or distribution any meals, lunches. or"i, ;
l ?c' ever, is more likely to of kind whatsoever in room or place where intoxicating IJ
of advertising what are doing. And itpays that, what Mr. Reynolds says about the value of newspaper advertising should any any
the former. It is simply a case you liquors wines or beer are sold or kept for'. :t
to advertisers has often been said. have weight with other business men who have not achieved his prominenceor Sec. 11. That intoxicating liquors, wines. or beer shall not be Bold b

i It will publisher to boost his town. Not alone will he attract success. When the European war broke out Mr. Reynolds says he increased or exposed! for sale in any room or any building the floor of which shall 4!
pay cry from readers, but he will induce business to come the his advertising space in the newspapers. He followed an axiom laid down by be more than three feet above or below the sidewalk Immediately in .}'
i attention to his fcper
front of such room or in the absence of such sidewalk, the floor of such
t 4' way of his town. He will broaden the merchants and make them ambitiousto John Wanamaker many years ago, that when business gets dull then is the room shall not be more than three feet above or below the ground. ;:

reach out. He will arouse the interest of travelers in his community and time to do the heaviest advertising. As a result of this investment when times' Sec. 12. In this act unless the context otherwise requires "per ..,. i

: will in this manner help the local business men. In. word, the publisher threatened to be duller than ever before Mr. Reynolds declares that his business sona" includes. a body of persons whether incorporated or not. .
t about this boosting will "put on the map" a since the outbreak of the European war has been better than ever before. Sec.: 13. That any person violating any of the foregoing provla- t
\, who seriously goes v- ions of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon ,
distinction which no other individual in the community can claim. ) conviction thereof his license shall be forfeited and he shall be fined '

t '. It is not alone necessary however, to set forth the advantages of such a The East Coast Advocate, published at Titusville reprints an editorial not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or imprisoned in the .)
i 1 It is absolutely necessary that conditions be true to the claims of the from the Valley Gazette calling to the attention of the merchants that it is county: jail not exceeding twelve (12) months. '
town. the in which live aid and the "homeIaper" Sec. 14. That this act is not intended to repeal any existing law ;V;
boosters. Clean politics is the first requisite of a "good" town and no one is their duty to town they to give support to '.,
\ in reference to the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer unless in
# in-a-better-position to make it so than thenewspaper publisher. The commercial l and says that the editorial will fill a great many other towns in Florida. conflict herewith, but Chapter 6516 of the I Laws of 1913, and all other :y,;

; and other advantages can easily be made to count once the informationgets # lawa in conflict herewith are hereby repealed ;f
; Sec. 15- That this act shall take effect at midnight of the night ". '
abroad that a town is politically clean. The need of a great state library is pointed out in a strong article printed of September 30, A. IX, 1915.x'
In the work of town boosting it is safe to say that the newspapers of the in the Florida Record, published at Tallahassee. The Record's movement -

west and middle west have led the way. They have made it their business. should bear fruit before the present session of the legislature comes to a 11".c "
H U 0. U H 0 H 0 0 H H- 0000 0 M,> "Oo.Qo..c> < Town boosting to some of these papers is as natural as it is for their editors close. Florida should have a library at Tallahassee and a librarian to care I,.,

and owners to eat their daily bread. They have had big results. Villages for it. -- l

have grown into towns towns have grown into cities in A very short space of g . I ;

r+ '.-, ,time under this beneficial town boosting treatment. The Perry Herald declares after a careful reading of the editorial of the I { Comment

c' .-" .;: "It lie within the power of every publisher to do something for his cornt Jacksonville Metropolis, which was claimed by some to have been an endorse '

''l ) f'ylaunaty< ; in this direction. It will benefit the people it will benefit business ment of the candidacy of Perry G. Wall, for United States senator that it was About

> ; ,;\\t:generally,' and in particular it will! benefit the newspaper. It requirescooperation nothing more than a friendly complimentary notice and not an endorsement cities are observing h''

'. of the publishers and business men to boost town. The publishercan of his candidacy. day this year, and 'A.
bring this about and in doing so become the leader of the movementan Rev. S. W. one better in that .J

enviable position for any man to hold. Orlando's board of trade has set a mark for other tourist cities of the preached Methodist two church for a whole week of ,I Ii;
( from the and
l What are you doing for your town> state. This organization has purchased lot and will erect a building to be last. Sunday and ( of some dirty places, {,

s, used as an auditorium, offices of the board and as headquarters building for pastor and too long for opera- 11"

: c tourists.. It would appear that the tourists are to be.given a sort of free club, the raising debt a incurred collection good health, appear- '.h
Words of Appreciation considerations call \
.:: where they may mingle daily and become acquainted of our church clean-up time in every :.
J I We all like to hear good things. There isn't a man who takes pride in w tion was a good also demand that

!, ,;, his work, but that feels better to know that someone appreciates his efforts. Citrus growers of the state should feel elated and no doubt they do over express tributions our of our is accomplished the 1;

i t So it is with a newspaper. We like to know that someone at least thinks we the action of the legislature in passing the crop pest bill. This bill is the most I Chief, Winter is credit To fall to any back town.Into "\1
and better for action of the law-making body, so far as the are concerned.It --
t' are doing OUr best in a humble way to make life brighter our important growers The shearing of Sun. "
; fellow men. carries with it a yearly appropriation of $35,000 for carrying out its provis- ceota county -

I ."t/ For that reason we appreciate very much the following brief letter from ions and also an appropriation of $125,000 to fight the dread citrus canker. The Carson Cattle an expensive office experiment would un- :1

Grace A. Townsend state secretary of the Christian Endeavor, who lives at '. first to begin If the legislators\ want :;
:t head will be
r_ ) Interlachen: Sigmund Lubin head of the famous Lubin Film company, makers -St 1ucie: County printing Ihey should 'I'
','- Dear Mr. Gazette Editor:-Last week's issue was especially fine. I had motion pictures, has done much to point out the great fault of Florida a'' issued the public as they docu are ;

,y _' 't quite a job dividing the sheets or I mean pages, so they would go to those recent interview at Jacksonville. He declares Florida was a revelation to Kissmimee Fish are to now K.n then whenever possible 'I I

f in my sunshine work who would like them most. The memorial address page him but he had to find it out for himself. He had heard of the, East Coast Iota. This is a big work on competi ;{

"t', 1 tent to a nice old confederate soldier in Jacksonville. and thought of it as a warm spot to spend the winters lolling in the sunshine, load of fish to are bid always printers' at b'l
on big jobs
# . Am hoping you can start a daily by fall, for "the more we have the but he had never heard of Florida' great possibilities in any other !line than vii 14,000 Sun.and 16,000 above cost and often :p

N; more we want"of good things in this life. that of a winter playground. Here is what Mr. Lubin said in a recent inter- e Wauchula Advocate. 'f
;a ,'i II', Sincerely GRACE A. TOWNSEND. view: "I am delighted with Jacksonville. The trouble with your people down Kissimmee is When is (y
have advertised the state. I have been in the barbecue and man f
: Y here is that they not properly that town on May public office / he will r
state twice before. I went to Palm Beach both times, and only passed through Times. across the street, but { I,
,S : v The Grand Old Fall Guy Jacksonville. I never saw it. At Palm Beach the people-with money from I C elected you can run all s .:;

i ;13 An unknown man was found dead in the outskirts of a small Kansas town the north live at the big hotels; all they do is to eat. rest, drink and dress transportation Chairman E.and .I the .postoffice He isn't door forgotten and :,{

j I i recently.: A revolver and $100 in cash were found.on his person. A coroner up in good clothes. They don't see your country; they don't know anything of the board of election rolls round by '

t : held an inquest! and it took $75 to defray the expenses and bury the body about it. What the state needs most is someone with brains to tell the people ing for this u' we know.-Fort Meade

ry ". I, The Dolice! judge fined the corpse $25 for carrying concealed weapons and about its resources and what its possibilities are. I had to find it all out for measures for train 1'1

']1 : 'Y confiscated t the gun. The local editor, who published obituary, got nothing. 1 I myself by coming to Jacksonville and staying here a while and seeing things." passenger iously between OF WIDOWS.

> \c' Altoona (Kan.) Tribune. ...... .., by the Coast. .! peace- e"I comes in Europe .\
PAPER CLOTHES THE LATEST CUPID IS VINDICATED. towns along 2,500.000 widows, 6,760-
:, t"a Commenting upon a statement of Senator Oscar Underwood that Florida -+- a to U\ !the traffic children and 2,600.000 ;J
a with a few mote years of development can feed half the world, the Suwannee In this age of paper and sanitationdid Cupid will have chance once more roadThe boards to marry inferior men" ,).
h' ., it ever/occur to you how very desirable -' in the United States navy. The ban Hamilton Holt, editor of '
and her ford to Tampa
We "kin do it. but will ? Suwannee neighbors
/f" Democrat says: we Editor
Holt the
.'J',,( t paper underclothing might on marriages of young officers! has with the Orlando gave
( '; '. almost feed themselves now. They are progressing, while there are numerous prove t The suggestion now cornea been lifted and midshipmen or ensigns railroad to put' : peace meeting at the ;J
e R 'j 'counties which depend too much on the one crop system, plus mortgage. When as the latest idea of sanitation ex- may under the new dispensation again.Orlando. Chicago -"All I wars," ",
,t -yy come'to consider Florida, we are too apt to think of it as an old state perts for the Congress of Sanitation.At take unto themselves a wife be- "are waged primarily
r f.- I ,we dwelling fore their long cruise, When I consider j
7 N the congress after starting on sea taken off .
6{ F' 'I. "e ,When in fact it is the newest and least developed of any in the union, and upon the subject of paper cups and following their graduation from the train that Orlando ever to happen to Europe's

{J k .some persons are disappointed when they see it for the first time. When they plates, napkins and tablecloths a not United States Naval academy at An- trade viewpoint it I women, I am almost a,
f\, : J have been here for. year or two and have studied the possibilities, they ed hygiemst astonished the assemblyby napolis. better to diB I 'shoot them and let )<,
v' ; ,, agree"with Senator Underwood. It does take a black soil man a long time suggestingthat paper underclothing President Wilson appears to be train than the the men,' and yet most f u
ro ; be u: .J as a further step in san more lenient \ than was President brass buttons to gold ;
; ; to fully gather the facts concerning this sand looking state. He thinks we itation as it could be destroyed after Roosevelt who\ caused the order ) off.Sanford, '
: % ;A* ''f have nothing but sand and has to be convinced. In this part of the states once using, and would not be much) against marriages of midshipmen un- ) Tampa have made 4''
than ordinary cotton til after a certain term of service. bank has a woman
: more expensive and It is believed 6
'kve him.
;, ; how- underwear at present laundry rate. The case in point which establishedthe sure can |M whdsa duty it t. to\ .,;.,
: d Paper yarn is something new, but relinquishment of the ties' on railroad officials welfare and :I!
::1.'iIt I, 'We welcome the cattlemen the good roads men and the good housewives'cf is being; beard from in several textile Cupid 'Ia that of Joseph Eliot Austin eration of their depositor wmtol ; 'Y
11 1 : Osceola'county who are to be guests of Kissimmee on Saturday. The lines. It is even being made to withstand who, upon recommendation of thepre.Went. porter-Star. --
<. ', ,cattlemen'are coming'to attend the big sale of cattle and barbecue the good laundering and is almost as was restored to the rank | the aeci miss, .
', .town* ass ordinary textiles made to in the ,Austin live Miss Fannie -jukuJt t, popular-here.
roads men""to'attend meeting'looking toward the routing of the Dixie High- withstand tabbing,' of ensign navy.- misfortune to be friend'win De->>

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'1, fruit delicacies We want them all to know that our doors are Roosevelt,, orderwill; ..tbi'ehi.tated. at. afternoon III' her reeo'tel'J'-Wa.h1ncton T'
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j : .,,1: FOR EVENING 'WEAri.TMe r S.S, ASSOCIATION .CHRISTIAN CENTER ITEMS 'Mix together. one and a half eupf uls
IcvRIsTIANENDvoRj . o of graham flour one/ capful of yellow

I :- 'r 'r 1 I. " ; HOLDS SESSION 0., ............ .. .... ... meal one o..jjf of cupful, of mo Joc.E. JOhnton'.Y'
lessee soda
level teaspoonful of
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: !f; .andr' SilverBieoade .Mr..'and'Mr.*. T'J.; Little? spent last and one-half of a'cupful of, whole I
R ,Show..6n elan Tendency.: I ';Why not In'yourQuietflioui, periods Sunday,with their uncle Mr. George. raisins.. Add1 two; cupful. of milk ..Yr
: some ,of these spring tint sun-- 'The City Sunday. School association Sullivan and on East Lake.. !seasoned with''; a little .salt. Steam .t .
! , " risings,, remember prayerfully .thelone1 met in quarterly convention in 'Mr. wifej led on Mr. Frank three"hours. and jet In oven. for .aquarter .CITY k''
'"" list of 'C.',E. convention, to be the Methodist church Sunday at 8 J-oekel.t, Punkln.Center last Sunday. of an hour. -
held in May and Jun., in other states? o'clock p. m.A. Mr. and Mrs. A. P:"Mnun. Mrs. Bal '' '
Having been relieved of the statistical d.votional i rvic was conducted lard and children- nd Mr.And M.... J. NEW IDEAS IN' DAm. :
and part of the correspondence for fifteen minutes," ,'.Rev. S. W K- Tindall and daughter Susie visited .'Th. color schemes that are interestIng ENGINEER.A ..
iil:1': ; >III borne for :fourteen years, "Secretary Lawler. of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward last Sunday .milliners. this season are very > ,It .
Grace" hopes to do better work in "Tralnln.for Better Service" was afternoon.Ad lovely. The dress artists of, today Draftin .
the press, Introduction and sunshine discussed by Rev. Dr. W. B. With- Story- spent last., Saturday In do not strain after eccentric effects; Surveying end "u F'''
before. they atriy.nd with much success
departments than was possible erspoon of the Presbyterian church. Kissimmee.
.. Miss Ruth Coffin of Johnstown who TTie Ultimate Object of All Sunday There will be services held at the to create model which will enhancethe ., .. I' "\",
is the new other secretary, has, had School Work," was discussed by. Mount' Carmel church on East Lake natural beauty of th.'wearer.

years of experience in Florida ser Rev. J. Westcott of St. Cloud, who ever third Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m.. ,
vice, is a right, good and willing- was present on special invitation for and at 7 o'clock at night, Rev. Gill

hearted Endeavorer who every one this occasion. His address was clear, of Kissimmee, pastor, ...
will like to work with. comprehensive and earnest. and was Mrs-Bell visited friends in Kissimmee ,- i.

Tampa first, and then Jacksonville, well received by all presentRev. Tuesday. 11 1
organized city unions last year. Mi A. M. Chisholm of the Chris- R. B. Nobles, of Orlando is visitIng R. S. FLOYD wvI ::1
ami. St. Petersburg and Pensacola are tian church made an address on the his mother, Mrs. Emeline Nobles,
three other large C. E. centers which "Importance of Getting in Our Work for several days
should follow in the get-together plan. Early With the Children to secure Little Milton and Tommy Bell ca'b- Dealer In
Miami already has/'a Young People's their salvation and usefulness.In ed in at the home of J. K. Tlnd'alll..t '
association, comprising various. societies the general discussion which followed Snday. (Groceries Grain and Feed'
Baptist Union, Epworfh League, short pointed talks were made Mr. Myers spent Saturday in Kis Ha.y, '!
,t Rt4&r and three city churches having Christian !by>> Rev. S. W. Lawler, Rev. Dr A. J. simmee.
Endeavor.The Holt of the Baptist church Mr. Fen- Miss Vivian Floyd spent Saturdayand I
last weekly issue of "The Clearwater nell, President W. H. Jones, Mr and Sunday with Mrs. S. G. Barber Corner Broadway and Dakin A".. ,,
Sun" contained two good articles !- Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and Mrs. J. F.. e"t

r on preservation of Florida for- Walter. FEMININE FRILLS. Try Us on Your Next Order For 'Feed .
,, ests. Wish all the editors would fall The music for the occasion was in
in line and boost, like they do sometimes the care of J. L. Overstreet, and was The crepe de chine handkerchief In I ,
\ Editor Powell's forward steps. led by his Sunday school orchestra, dainty colors with self or contrasting
I We believe most people coming to the and was much enjoyed and praised? by I border, is a feature of spring fash-
II a state the last ten years really do not all present. On the whole it was an innfe. This double lace edged frills I M
I I realize how beautiful the forests were enthusiastic success. for blouses or colored lines are new The Place Where You Always Save Money
sr E Eri I
"once on a time. and smart.METAL. '
; < Y It seemed nice that the smallest "VEGETABLE SOUP. /
4yr district gained the delegation bannerto Three medium sized potatoes, three The fAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET
be kept this, year by the society medium sized carrots, one large onion,
k having entertained more conventionsthan one bunch celery or half teaspoonfulcelery
any other in the past two years salt, one-half of a cupful of One First ] _
I, This means the Presbyterians of well washed rice. Cover vegetableswith We are sow Making ear own s...... and Frankfurters, having aecared '
Gainesville, in- North-Central district, boiling water; when they are Cost
won the banner, all the better because boiling bard add rice and cook until the services of Mr. Dierolf, aa expert sausage Maker. We are giving ear eas-

they did not show hospitality- vegetables are tender. Season. When Then NoMore toaen.the benefit of the saving and rat retailing_all 1 j ,*r.,1assages
to.. add good sized lumpof > O
tfor I i to Christian the idea Endeavor.The of anything. but loyaltyi ready butter.nerve } said frankfurters at, per pound----------------2 4

) Union Center workers near I

Kissimmee in, giving building of a their new tithes concrete gen- I[ used to kill birds In my boyhood, Lightning-proof ruat-proof. Lets, aa lire-proof long as Phone 245 JOE POWERS 12 Darlington ";

Unite Brethren church, did not feel Blue birds, and robins, and wrens; buildIng stands made of iravanlied |- Avenue
able to send a delegate to the conven I[ hunted them up in the mountain, at..l and TONCAN f I -I
t tion. Mrs. I. H. Weatherbee, secre- I hunted them down in the glen. metal Always attractive IB
tary manner of for this South-Central society, serves like I I never I did thought it only it for was fun sinful, time appearance reduces and roat at of the your same fireInaurancv"ur ''"''"'''',,\, :":'';::=::;" ''I:',::::::." :''cI. I' i'to't d

boy really
can -
"Why I Am Proud of My Denomination And 1 had rare sports in the forest lay It. Ask yo.r 4e l_ w
l is the- subject next Sunday. With the poor little birds and my wrlle .. for ...C..._.. ;
It is a topic full of church patriotismand . .
gun. ..
Tic. Flotld Metal .._ c...
"..,, should mean much to us. But one fair day in the springtime, .t
; GRACE A TOWNSEND. I spied a brown bird in a tree, MIlO Evergreen '{
t; Interlachen, May 4, 1915. Merrily singing and chirping A..... Creditable

t:; As happy as birdie could be. '--1'111.. 17s J. I." YI

...... RULES FOR KILLING A CHURCH. I[ raised my gun-in an instant, t .

... Don't come. Ps. 42:4. I fired, the aim was too true, Business Enterprise.
I. sgoson ratsr.g uowg.f If do come, come late. Ps. 84:10. For a moment the little thing fluttered .
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Then off to the bushes it flew.
: This is a year wlirn milady pretty If too wet, or too dry, too hot or too \
don't think of Ps. 122:1. I[ followed it quickly and softly
cold coming.
: -,-.*- luch plenum herself In the lyle{ of be treated by the pUlzen Bankof it'
Don't imagine that the front seats And there to my sorrow I found Mill
fI ">:her et eulug gow u. Foracertain type- cloBe nest full of loved M. TILLER
are intended for you-people might Right to a ones Kissimmee with special consideration 1-
r the tall, stately, classic type-fiotblug think you were conceited. The little bird dead on the ground. and afforded banking privilege q'a
Q",: more becoming than the loose lowing find faults. Pa. 100:4. Real N.
Come bound to I[ picked up the bird In my anguishI L MLM'SIfL' consistent with conservative priaciplre. {
z draperies reminiscent of the Qreek costumes. Don't, for the world, ever think of stroked the wee motherly thing, ...... ..
r1 Such creation Is the church. Account subject to check are ?
; : an evening fraying for your pastor or That never more could feed its dear
;, shown In the picture. It la developed 3:1.: loved ones Realty bought and sold. Invited. -
In white and silver brocaded satin andI Don't encourage the pastor, but tell Nor dart through the air on swift 'Hou," rented.
"I i '" Is girdled with a pearl embroidered his faults to others. Gal. 6:1. If his wings. Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor If
A scarf of sermon helps you, don't let him knowit in that
I girdle. gracefully draped So I made a firm vow moment non-resident
silver net bound with silver cloth fallsfrom ; it might make him vain. When my heart with deep anguishwas ""
v.-' the shoulders. If you see a stranger in the audience stirred Fire Life and Accident In-
t. don't offer to shake hands or
,', ,- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . ask him to come again. People might That never again in my lifetime bird., surance. ,); .- '
f ;.' .". .... .....'..' o think 'you bold. Heb, 13:2. Would I kill a poor innocent 11 Indemnity.Bond ,:,,... '<

; Let the pastor do.all the work: Isa. Author Unknown.Bird .
Day. May 4, 1915 *
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'r -.0000.0.0..000.00000.o r -- .. See that his. ,salary is always, brHhind. < SUPERIOR SERVICE' COURTEOUS TREATMfHT ". '. --
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:'1 i Mr: 'and Mrs.-. W, A. Skinner. Mr. If he'doesn't;visit aa often as you I 'h -" : .. .
, and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba and son, Alfred think he shoulcPtreat him coldly. He DIRECTORS w. ; : y'/
were guests recently of Mr and has nothing particularly to do and ,
cJ4. Mrs. J. J. Lester. he could come oftener. II Tim. 2:15; I F. W. HILL A. W.
t. Mrs. Jacobs was a caller on Mrs. W. Acts 6:4.Never. M kethePann J. K. HILLIARD s.
i'i: A. Skinner Monday afternoon.W. speak to another about : t
C. Sensiba has purchased a cow Christ Your pastor should do all J'
of C. S. Acree. that kind of work. Jas. 6:20: ; Daniel :
Miss Martha Acree has returned 123.:

. home from Fort her Ogden sister.A. where. she Insist all on your views being before adopted the 22 ::::::::: ':,:::::: ::::::,: [::::::J
has been visiting on questions! brought up ...
M. Sensiba has returned to his church, and don't give in for the mar .
home in Montana after enjoying the jority Mitt. 2312.: PayFirst ;)*

winter here. When sick, don't send your pastorword ..
;Mr. C. S. Acree spent Wednesday ; he is supposed to find out for .: A WISE MAN *"'.<
afternoon with her brother, Ike Lamer himself. But tell all the neighborshow O--): 4 .J' a "'
of all
the farmer "
must carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE "
and family. he neglected during ill- -
, ,. you your. .. '
: Mrs Sullivan and Mrs. Albert Acree ness. John 11:3. be a business man. to protect his propertywhile p;'a r

i... were guests of Mrs. Roll Overstreet If you think everything is working he i. living and ample LIFE. ? '
Saturday.: harmoniously, try to stir up some- Farming is manufacturing food and food products and the / INSURANCE to protect hi*, famllr -, .

Mi. and Mrs. A. A, Abbott spent thing to engender strife. Jas 31416.: farm and farm equipment constitute the plant. In the event of his'death. H*"
' Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Be sure to look up the references also Insures hi* earning: capacity, J -j
,,I: Sens ha. before practicing the rules.-J. Z. R. Competition is keen and it requires business! methods to make 1 by taking out an ACCIDENT sad': ;' i
" W. A. Skinner and wife and W. C. Wolf, in Southwest Baptist. HEALTH POLICY. Be on the..
,- Sensiba and wife called on C. S. Acree money. i safe side. ;

I': and family Sunday. Half a teaspoonful of sugar will often The parcels post has'opened the way to wider markets. 1 We write all lime of INSURANCE =::
Mrs. frevatt. Kissimmee, was a revive a dying fire.S.H. that Insures and endured n
caller on; Michigan( avenue' Sunday. Rural telephones trolleys and mail delivery have brought unlim- I None but RELIABLE old line companies ,

., Rain Is much needed in this section. ited opportunity for ,doing business. In this agency..
Quite a number from here expect D. G. WAGNER
:t to attend the barbecue at Kissimmee BULLOCKREAL You need one thing more- J7 Second Floor Citizen Bank BldgV ] '' ;% 4
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:.: Saturday. Kissimmee Fla. A k.t 31 y. '

\'" HOW TO CLEAN SUEDE. ESTATEmmmmm The L. C. Smith & Bros. .- -- -- --- -- - --a., 'i r' .t,

INSURANCEExamination j '
their make-up. They have suede tops TypewriterTypewritten

" or they have suede trimmings, or of Titles a
}, some place there is some suede. Also -
.":; as a matter of fact, the suede becomes correspondence will give you a prestige and $2.00Tampa 5

, , .soiled rather sorts easily.of cleaner Now, there sold areeveral for Specialty.CorresDondence '. enable you to get higher prices. y

\ suede, and all of them are fairly good. Solicited. Your ion or daughter can learn to operate the L. C. Smith -, ,,"

&t4'': But a woman with cleanin..uede who has bad much say that experience & Bros typewriter in a short time and incidentally be getting a 1

7' the best way to clean it is to rub itT business education.. Return
.i;:"", .a ith rube off emery the dirt cloth.and This leaves literally the Book of instruction free. f

,f'., suede smooth and clean. :

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For this you may use either the Monday May 10th
t i<':' fresh corn boiling it and cutting it r W Pl.a.e send ma your free book about typewriter i f l

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,,' (turning. from the tin a couple of 1 Name ___ _.,- m < 1
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-J i .c. \ rAaEs.'. ''jJ\ THE KISSIMHEK.' VALLEY .GAZETTE: \. : :'-,II'" ;-'FRIDAY, MAY_, "l,.

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.j ,. . y. : lush., Ml Ml Mill.. I Ml 11. fram'for your birds., .Thear0at.4tj: .. t' 'J
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I' THEATERS. -. valuable_ in egg making., : .. .' "
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I : $ Society Notes : : : WeeklyNptcs: of : 'trying 'stock- .0 should* .0 have: .'i IIth4-l'-:': \,. J

:The 'Dixie,- theater-layored,Its. pat, :COlllmenceme.o't'Torihthl Church anclji feed that they. will consume. -They, >> (", .
: : : Work : "m" '
rona th* first of f e week with the . '" need It for the heavy production, ? , I.; .
Mattie BeUe Barrie, EditOl"} Barelli'opera company-'consisting of ,(Continued from Page One.) eggs, Aa a.rule, it Is difficult to J o'Yer-fttA, ''' :'
( fopr artists possessingexcellent abilUy .- i Christian Progress: fatten hens that are in the'h I"hthl?* ; ':' ,

,'Madam Barelli. soprano; E.; Turcl b* held tonight beginning at I I : of their' laying.. .*.&&&', ... .1

. R.'fIaelt is .ade to aU patrona of the Valley welte t. send Items baritone; F, Orasso, basso, and o'clock i in the high school auditorium. ' I '. II i till 11111 I III i Ml, I -.". ./.r.\I.. \ I:,.
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Miss E. :Jameson pianist. Each evenings program : S
01 lodetj eveDt to tLe Editor for publkation ill the columns program was made up of famlllar The KIngs Champion, M. Watson ) ) Conducted by Local Ministers' .' In California there ''are 330,000'i.' .:; 'f'.

< selections from grand operas High School Chorus. Association. acres on which grape vines are grow,..*: ',.;' ,'

. . . . . . Duet-Come to' Geo. .. 170,000 planted to wine grape .;,: .
.E. . . ". . .. . . -. -.- _ . and popular airs. The renderingwere School I. ing;
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I .rT"w y w w y raisin O.OOOit.:
; 11' w well appreciated by the apdl Spauldlng; Roberta. Dronson. Lois 110,000 to grapes 1.
;'Jt) '" EPWORTH LEAGUE. beth Carson; reading; "My Young ences and the company was received Overstreet. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. to table grapes. .;, f

L :!J. The. twenty-fifth anniversary banquet -] Missus," Mm. Earl Lupfer; vocal as the best of Its kind ever heard. In Auf Ouln'er Au, Gtrstave Mt-rkel; Sunday next the morning service # :* ., .' .i.

; '. -, .. of the Kissimmee Epworth Kolo Miss Nelson; talk about birds the city. Such selections as "LM1 Laura Thomas.The will be at 10 a m. and last until 10:45to The Pekin Daily News states that:: '-V <.
"' ", at the parlors of Rev. Mr. Witherspoon; violin s lo, Ring Master Geo. Chinese to .
; "' league will be given erere. "Sextette from Lucia" "1I L. Spauld. give parents an opportunity to attend the government proposes >
{[' : the M. E. church next Thursday night I Mrx Bulloek; piano accompaniment Trovatore" from Carmen. "The Las Ing; Lois Overstreet. the commencement services I if publish a weekly gazette containing .

l' 1 }I'I' ". 8 liv Miss Carson; talk by Prof. R. M. Hose of Summer" were much applauded Lose Blatter Carl Kolllnu, Norm they desire. Other services: as usual. reports of the daily doing of the ,:
: .i; : PICNIC PARTY I i\anH: GrlfQnTno. I government. This gazette is Intended .
Misnes Mildied Lee, Klmilxlh) nod : A letter from G. Gilbert Pearson, The more familiar" songs -LaDelle Plcadora, Edmund W. H. BALL. to be circulated among Chinese '" .
such "The "llebecca or --
: 11 .,: Anne CHI ton, thiir guest Moo.. Mar "' *.retary of the National Audubon as Hosary." Parlow; DoUye Alford, Lois Johnson Ht'NIJAV residents abroad. ..
r. Sunnybrook Farm were greatly fa ICOl'N'n'
i' t iraret Nelson of JackHonMlle, J\hry I -Miety, was read, asking the local ; Cecelia Overslreet C C
( vored. The true artistic work of the SCHOOL MKKTIM: : .
'" I Carson Mrs, Kiigar HaU, and MrJ MMiity to take action in regard to
',t'It I 1) C laik ,miiloieJ to M (loud :Sal; tin proposed change in the game laws entire company could not but make Sonata-E-t1at. JosepbHaydn ; By annexing{ Franz Josef land, Russia -
i The school
i.1 Allegro. Adagio Lilian Pren lis. county: Sunday
\\, iirday afternoon andnjoed, a picnic of the slate In keeping with this their work creditable Madam Harelll increases the number, rather than
1 : Learning to Waltz Edmund Mlssa convenUonwas' held at SI Cloud In '
Kust Lake Tohopekalign possessed a strong clear and ; the extent of her possesion. The
,; and bathing party on icqueHt a resolution was passed en- '
'i fJ Ila and Fern ,.he Methodist! church
Pansier on Thursday
doiMng the present game laws and remarkably modulated: volc. Th archipelago consists of about sixty
.H' 10 Th IIi ". ". I asking that no changes be made. The technique of Mr. Turcl's singing 'wa helter gkelter. Max Kranke; Lois Officers wore elected as follows: islands almost all of the group being. ",

i ): J\JOTIIEHS'-TEACIIEHS'! (Ll'B MMiety appointed J. M. Willsoh jr., perfect- and Mr. Grasso's voice had a Johnson president. W. H Jones Kltmlmmee; Covered with snowclad glaciers. i

j!. 'iI ,. The regular IIUSITVHH m<-<.ting of theMotheih' to tjike up the matter with Senator line lone and range. His rendering Original Hymn Mrs. J. W. Prentis. ; vice-president, O. O. Klckctts St. :;
and 'I'I''u'h..I' I and! High School Chorus. Cloud secretary J. L Overstreet ----
': IiU-iary I Donegan ami Representative Hryan of 'Berceuse from Jocelyn, on the !
) :'J Social club) will be hId 1 1 on Friday C IIli flute Wednesday evening was applauded Piano Quartette-Jubelfeler, W: KlBs'mmee; treasurer, James M. -

; t afternoon, May I 14, in the office of (.()IF! TOl'HNAMENT.: :" for several minutes-unti Kramer; Lilian and Muriel Preutls Johnston KlsBlniniee There was a -
,\ I'rofessor Evan, in the school liuild I The ladies) of the Kissimmee Golf I he graciously replied with "The drat piano; Dollye Alford Cecelia large andj-nthimlaRtlc attendance anda

t; -, ing, and the club's social meeting
<;c\\t t will )h.. held on the following I'riday monthly! tournaments Thursday afternoon work was In keeping with the rest (a) Romance Paul Lawson ; (b) morning', afternoon:: and night.

afternoon May 21, in the Chapter The tournament consisted of a of the company. The Dare ll company Polka F. R. Webb, Ruth Kr'ltz

of. *. House A. full attendance is urged at five-hol" medal play and a putting may return to this city a few (a) The Festive Dance, C. Our O.OO OOOOO.OOOO
. .1 I f' both mf'.tlllICK.-Mrs. J. T Hurtkhalter. competition The attendance owingto weeks before ending their Florida IItt; (b) The Joyous Peasant Rob + .1'

:r Secretary ". ". it being a very hot afternoon, wasrllth..r tour. If BO, all lovers of good music ert Schumann Jeanette Prevail.Rondo 4. POULTRY. 4 .
:: Us than was expected, but I -By the Meadow Brook 4
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LAUNCH RIDE. will bear an announcement of Inch]
\1 ,.\ A moonlight' launch ride was given those who competed thoroughly enjoyed with pleasure.The Chas. Lindsay; Muriel) Prentis -44--

) I honor of Mrs the event Dixie's picture for to Souvenir from Beethoven Geo. L. AT
'last night program
Monday in
Mrs' When bird has swollen
In the medal play competition, Spauldlng a eyes, roup
W T. Crawford, of Cairo (.a, A delicious -I nig t consists of "The Lucky Transfer / ; Lillie Hansen. be
first and
II. r. Stanford won the prize may suspected quick action
3 lunch, consisting of ," Reliance; "A Newspaper Ne- April Showers, Whilemn Fink;
I picnic with a score of thirty-six, Mrs Clarkewas should. be taken.. Only 10 Cents
,.: salads, HandwicheH, pickles and. cak set mid] with a score of forty and minis," Thanhauser; "A Temperance Dollye Alford. 00
,," '. waR enjoyed by all on I'aradise island Mrs. Bullock third with a score of LeBKon" Majestic, and a reel of comeily (a) Hocking/ the Cradle Theodora It is taking: a big risk to continually -
: Those who enjoyed the delightful I fort\..two. Tomorrow's program Is as follows Dutton ; (b) Maypole Dance L. change the bill of fare. Too many

.f, .. j' evening{ were Mr. and Mrs Holmes 'J'he putting competition was won I : A. Jsugbee; Vera Johnson cannot let well enough alone. We Have Just Received a Fresh
,p 4 Prather, Mr. and MrR. Earl Lupfer, by Mrs Bullock, with an excellent The Girl Who Might Have Been," Halcyon Days, Chas. Lindsay; Roberta 000 of
fr4 ..: Mr. and Mrs K. I'. Butler, Mrs. J. Z. I score of twenty.two, Mrs. Clarke being a single-reel Kay Bee; Keystone Bronson If you have been carrying a surplus Supply
-Fr '* Roberson, Mrs. Lane Paulk, Mrs Guy I I second with twenty-three and comedy "Heating Hearts and Carpets Trio-The Hunter's Song Edmund bunch of roosters through the winter,

) Gardner and Mrs. W. T. Crawford Miss Anne C'arson third with a score i ," an. American reel, and two Paslow; Violet Bullock Norma Griffin resolve not t. do it again. It is ex- Stone'sWrapped .
2 ftit l l lE ". ". ". and wasteful.,,
of Elaine." Muriel Prentis.Oo.nnienoesnent pensvie
i IIHCKII1ION IArE: of twenty four. r"els of the "Kxplolla 000 CakesSix

., t Cards have been Issued! by the I..t. Among others present were Mrs. Munda)'. Look out for egg-eating pullets. In

dies' committee of the KlHHiminee W B. Makmson, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, The commencement Sunday exercise some places finely broken dried eggshells VarietiesYou .

golf club. of which Mrs W. J. S Mrt. G. C. Livingston, Mrs B C. An- BIG CROP OF LIMES will 1 le !Icld at the audllor'us' can be purchased They will

Carr Is chairman for the first of a st-d, Mrs E E. Naugle Mrs. C. A Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The help to prevent egg eating and are cannQl make nor can you buy
'II, Carson jr., Miss Elizabeth Carson, will be follows valuable otherwise
series- of subscription dances to be program as :
/, Miss Virginia Makinson, Miss Margaret .. .. elsewhere, any better cakes than
monthly at the clubhouse The Son-"Doxology" Chorus and
given : Nelson and Miss Mildred Lee. WILL BE SHIPPEDBETWEEN think more and more of the practice Stone Co"'*.. Thfy arc made In
f flrst dance originally planned for Congregation
was The golf links presented a very animated of keeping wheat bran before the a sanitary pleat and contain only
-. 'p last night but the date has been Invocation Dr. W. B. WitherspoonIttaponse .
during the event. fowls all the time. It is inexpensive.
changed to next Thursday night, May appearance Harold S. Buzza. pure ingredients Including fresh
i, Quite a number of home people and 12,000 AND 15,000 BARRELS I Chorus. It is excellent food It is a good regulator -
13 Admission will be by card only
country butter and
some visitors took the occasion to of the bowels e&p.
. . and the proceeds of the dances will visit the club and grounds on this OF ACID FRUIT TO BE I'yurn'I Need Thee EHJ' Hour" a o .

V be used for the purchase of a Vic I day some arriving in buggies some SENT OUT FROM KEYS IS THE Chorus and Congregation I If you purchase eggs to place eitherin Bring or Phone Year Order

'. trola for the c)1b.) in machines while others were ableto ESTIMATE MADE OF TIllS Scripture Reading. the incubator or under the hen, keep
ample landing facilities for twenty-four hours before
,j' The members"' of the senior class launches and small boats in the canal Miami.-Between 12,000 and 15,000 Prayer.Anthem"O. starting the I incubation process. C. W. Griffin

J. I high school faculty and their friends leading up to the club building. It Is barrels of limes will be shipped from Lord Most Holy," flock a w
the The that bone meal and I
last Saturday at gets
spent evening Franc Abt Chorus PHONE 8
$ hoped that this event will be repeated ;
home of Harris Downing at Fish month the and the Florida keys through this season Sermon Rev. A. M Chisholm. oyster shell will have few cases of leg
/. ',' lake. Bathing croquet and other outdoor every during summer according to estimates of local growers weakness. These feeds means a strong j p
the Original Mrs. J. W.
in future the clubhouse will proveto who declaer that the while Song- Hymn

..., I th4 evening games were Beneath the briught recreations Japan-of be a pleasing resort of great attraction late will be one of the best this crop section Prenlls; chorus and congregation. 4- .
to Kissimmee. Benediction
has had. The outlook for good
S ese lanterns a bountiful lunch was w CO ever .
i Kighth Oracle Jrmduation.
served and later all enjoyed the moonlight prices is excellent they sadThe v"
ride home. member of ALUMNf BANQUET. crop movement will begin in earnest Young April Cobb; High School
I The second annual banquet of the about the first of June although Orchestra.
the will remember the delightful
F j party hospitality of their host and-J year-old alumni association of the O.ceola within the next two weeks small consignments Invocation RevA ,A, IiLCJtilslLOlnu) WE THANK YOUFor
,.- : High school was given last may begin to move out. 1. Chorus- "Swing Song" F. L
-- -- the extremely pleasant they
; : -f- evening
flight at the clubhouse with nearly
t.,. enjoyed. The growers are delaying the begin Lohr; girls of the class.
...- I; i 400S I sixty members and guests present A ning of picking because the trees are 2. Recitation "Rabbits' and
,j !, ROYAL NEIGHBORS. cordial reception was held from 8 till so full of bloom that the laborers in Other Eggs" Frances Boyd Calhoun;

: i," l The Royal Neighbors ended their I 9, the guests being received by Miss taking off the matured. fruit knock Grace Gilbert.

f r: \ contest for members at the meeting Elizabeth Aultman and other ladies. off many blossoms. 3. Violin Solo--"The Carnival of
,! held Monday night at their new hall I I The dinner consisting of three courses, The Miami market is just now suffering Venice," Paul Beuter. the liberal

:. .. in the Casino building,, the Purples was sumptuously* served by the club from a positive lime famine 4. Recitation-"Biff Perkln's Toboggan patronage given us _
\ winning over the Whites. The Purple caterers. The tables, nine in all were and householders who have been useJt3 I Slide." Murray Overstreet. -

-- k team was captained-by Mrs. E. E. laid on the long porch of the house the luxury of the thin-skinned ,. Sparrows' Dance, Laurendeaer; during our opening week.
Dr. W. W. Carson .
.,' -, Wells, who was presented with a graciously serv- juicy, acid lime are now having to High School orchestra. .
,, .. beautiful ring: for her loyal work. ed as toastmaster for the occasion. put up with ordinary lemons which 5. Recitation-"Burgoyne'a Surrender .,
.v : Pretty. pins were also presented to The five-minute speakers beiriir Rev.A. they complain is a rather tough prop- Henry Edwards 'f .
)t. Chiaholm, Rev. W. H. Bad. Rev. that there la .
Mrs. M.Munger, captain of the osition. Fruit men state "* ,
& '. '. : , whites, Mrs. George Mlllara, Mrs. W. B. WiUierspoon, Superintendent C. no lime grown the equaj{ of the FlorIda $.. Duet-(1) "Reverie"Satorla Behr; 1...:. '- -<: ',.
E. Yowell R. M. Evans'and (2)) "DypsyLife" A. ; Nor- We the : f'
limes. appreciate
: .. ,', :. C, C. Bass and Mra. A. Waling. key Griffin and Mabel Overslreet. patronage
Dr. G. M. Dunne.
.di' TheawardswereglvenbyMra.A.A The crop this year is later than the

?,. of'. 1' .;!i" ervisor.Blass, of Orlando, deputy state sup- C.Toasts Bryan to to the the alumni faculty by Miss by Harris Mary ,' crops coming of on 1912 at, about 1913 or the 1914 same but time is 7. Violin J. C. Beazley Solo-;-Mary"The Tiller.CradleSong" our friends and will continue to offerthee -

-. and to the Class of '16 S. Recitation "The DuldteSnake"
; On Monday May 31, the White Downing by that crops in years prior to 1912
team will give a banquet at Fraternity Miss Leitner were given. Following were usually matured. The last three Edgar Bryan. same kind of bargains as you
li "
toasts from these. Dr. Carson called have produced unu3ually early 9. Duet-"Jolly Lrfttle Players,
ball to the Purple team. The years
f. '. Purple team will also give a banquet the roll of the former classes, begin limes and growers were becoming accustomed Maybeth; Irene and Helen Reed. found on first visit.
. to the Woodmen on the same night. ning with the class of 1893, and it was to seeing plenty of April Presenting certificates l and awardIng your
responded to in most cases by some and May limes. This year sees a reversion medals. Principal R. M. Kvaas.
t -
member present.A is the lime
to type"
$ 500 CLUB ENTERTAINED.Mrs. short business meeting then ensued however, and free movement groves is yet St. Pete..burg.-Mayor: :J. G. B1adahaw Come in and see us againMakinson's ,
t1? L. W. Pilley and Mrs. W. J.JJarber with election of officers for the weeks awa .
) will erect residence on Ingiesideavenue
1 "
s.- hostesses the
to 600
were ( follows President -
forthcoming year, as : .
concrete. _ _
Club" members and friends at the ;
Dr. W. W Carson; vice-presi VEGETABLES IN NEW YORK. 000
I/ .. Golf Club house last Friday after dent Miss Elizabeth Aultman; second New York.-There was a big vegetable St. Petereburg.-H.: J. Winchell will

noon. The decorations were elaborate vice president, Harris Downing; market on Monday, which eased erect residence on Ninth avenue.
'i' the color scheme being yellow treasurer C. L. Bandy; secretary, but for the 0 0
up on Tuesday was (rood 5-10-99c Store
j- and green. Refreshments consisted Miss Cecelia Overstreet; assistant remainder of the week. Receipts are. Tampa.-D. B. Givens will erect

: , Li of a salad course, sherbet, cake and secretary Mrs. George Steffy. Those heavier than they have been for some two-story fram residence at Willow

'. :- punch. present were: M. B. Carson! Geo M. time and the market was cleaning up and Swann streets: cost $2,950.
L4 Mra. II. M. Katz was the lucky Dunne, Mrs M. B. Carson, Mrs. Geo. 4Thonotosassa. 304-306 "'
in The outlook
w winner of the first prize; Mrs G. H. M. Dunne C. L. Bandy Mrs. C. L. good for shape continued every is- .-C. W. Morgan, Ga- Broadway

I-, !l Clark) of St. Cloud, won the guest Bandy, Rliea Pherigo Maud Thom- excellent in all southern good vegetables tun, Panama, arranged with Chas. K.

prize:; Mrs. :J. S. Cadel captured theconsolation ason, Cecelia Overstreet, Lacy John- except New Orleans commodities, Rogers; Thonotassa to erect residence. .

I prize. son, A. M. Chisholm Mrs. N. N. Carson which are being hard hit by the arrival -
Those present were: Mrs. H. W. Rev. W. H. Bail I, Emma Yowell, of eastern stock. Vegetables
Boice Mra. II. M. Katz Mrs. Edgar Mrs. A. M. Chisholm Clara B. Led-
from this
arriving point are
Katz Mrs. :J. D. Clark. Mrs. Allen are :
better Joe Butler Helen Jones Jean .
fair with
M.... :J. D. Woodbeck, Mrs J. Lee only curly parsley selling:
Thomas Betty Pherigo Maud Alice
Y' at |160 to $2. O. plain parsley SI to
t.T Mrs. C. A. Carson, Jr., Mrs. Fred Gilbert Wagner, Clay Johnson jr Geo. Steee. (- '!2, chicory 60c to $1.60, escarol SOc THE PALACE DRUG STORE HAS
Mrs. George M. Dunn, Mrs. W. ( H. R. Dale. Mrs. Geo StefTee, Mrs.H. artichokes to
50 $1.75 $2.50
to $1 ,
M :J. Sean Mrs. C. L. Bandy Mrs. J.
R. Dale Virginia Tiller
Cadef Lucy poor stock going for considerably less Wh THE LARGEST PRESCRIPTION
t 1 S. Mrs I.. H. Ingram Mrs. Witherspoon. Anne B. Carson, Peggy basket. ,
beans 50
1t ," Italian $2 to $2 per
t; G. H. Clark of St. Cloud Mrs. E. E. Y
." BobbiU, Mildred Lee, Elizabeth B.
South Carolina not
vegetables are '
t t, c Ely of St. Cloud, Mrs. H. C. Stanford Carson Marie E. Huddleston Louise freely but the stock TRADE IN KISSIMMEE
yet moving: very
;\ Mra. Clay :Johnson Mrs. G. C.
Living S.
Clark Mrs. Mayme Jeffords Bess
that is is in good shape and
t : \ ston. MrsR.. David Porter Mrs. S. G. Moseley, Corinne Gilbert Sam L. coming: of. Wakefield
being quickly disposed
S. l II- Bullock Misses Frances Bay Mary Lupfer Pearce H. Glasscock Earl R.
Mildred. cabbage brought $2 to $2.50 per
Turville. Mildred
Lee Morrow
; Mildred Anderson Mildred
; and $1 to $1.25 per basket, beets 3c ,
Elizabeth Anne Carson Margaret K. Winn.Nma D. Bratton Robert Harris
to 60 per bunch, carrots Ic to 8c per .
Nelson Mary Carson, Mildred
Downing Hazel
Norton Harper R.
ranch romaine 75c to
/ Morgan of Arcadia, Angy and Virginia Casler Edna Schweikart R. M Evans, 2.25( to, $3, lettuce $1 to $1.75.In $1.25., peaa Oar dispensary is fai charge of a registered pharmacist, who nsderstaftds Kb
Makinaon BecauseBecause
: W. B. Witherspoon Mrs. R M. Evans -
000 Florida vegetables, wax beans Jail business thoroafUy.
. 3 Elizabeth Aultman. W. B. Harris are selling at $2.50 to $4.60, green
i.; ,. AUDUBON SOCIETY. Mary C. Bryan C. E. Yowell Almena beans $2.50 to $4. Cucumbers range Careful eeaspwndiftf and dose attention to detail lias always been and always

What will be the last meeting of the Leitner W. W. Carson Mrs.. W. B. generally from $3.50 to $4.50, although will be a Motto of our store.We .
i; .' Audubon society until fall, was heldt Hams. extra fancy stock sold up to ,.

5-t t ,t .... the Chapter House on Tuesday '!5. This price, however, will not last. hare a reputation among the people of Bus community, for
orening. There was quite a large attendance B promptness,
1 Eggplants made $2 to $3. O, large ecausereod service and low
,\ and a splendid program was ODI>H AND KNPH peas $2.50 to $3 60, small peas $1 to prices. '

_ renderedMiss Margaret Nelson, of A little more than one-third of' the 2.50, according: to quality, peppers $2
Jacksonville! entertained with a number workers of this country are agriculturists. to $3, Manatee celery $1 to $1.25 per BecauseBecause- W. ..e oily tie freshest and purest of drugs a.d obey the instructions of yomrphysician

,, of vocal .eleetJona., all of which 12-inch crate, tomatoes $1 to $3.60. to tie very letter. :/

x "_ were profusely'applauoed.. Meatless Old onions are making: their Jut

The program consisted of the following rice, and sausage wrapped composed in oiled chieflyof paper, stand, with yellows bringing: SOc to -_ ,-t': department is unexcelled by none and rarely if ever equalled in.
numbers .
: = .
; are made in Java. 1.25 mid reds 60c to $1.-The Packer. ": !
.,. _ .. Bird story Mra. Aultman; vocal ... ".
t, _ _." .solo, Miss Nelson; Florida Birds King Alfred made the earliest attempts WHY WE LIKE WORKBAGS. :
1 ':Worth Their Weight Tn" Gold Mrs. W. to form a navy for the protection Perhaps the best part -of a workbag u

\ .(;B. Maldnaon; piano solo Miss Elizay of Great Britain. ""j .. that it will stay put. For part ....I

\.t/ King Albert of Belgium always re' of the bag:, an essential part la the . "ii;
::0. ." ...,. .- fera to his fellow-countrymen aa "my ribbon or string: by which it may be : ..

\ 'J"i\ ,'?t'fONEY" compatriots"-never aa "my subjects.** hung on a peg .or the arm or back ". 't

* '.\ . Salubite, a hew explosive, U fifty of a chair. PALACE! DRUG STORE
: 'The ala. BMk*. Itl eisa ..... t.. ferns times than Inc. ":
more powerful dynamiteand '
f: m '7...l.t .t_, COMTINHNTAI MOHTflAOHCOMPAirr is much safer for it will Some of the new plaited skirts bare . t. .
explode I
It at S '
:; esa r. p.r
:tu yea pleats stitched down to the hip *
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i1- ;r:.,P JfJ""E! ,'Ie'COUP ANY Jq,_ .:' cycles, :was adopted by, Egyptian : "will be fashionable this coming S! ,je

;. *410 .LYTI'UN '.LUq.CwVAOO: tronomers more than 8,600.rears 'ago summer as It wa.. last_summer.;*: ,. 1 -5- '
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AY.'. MAY 7., t'.15 T H E:' 'KIS S1M M E E V A L'L:E T ,GAZETTE "" , .
."" .. l
'THE KISSWMEE! ( ,GAZETTE 'Mr and MrL 'J.,, 'F.''J'ony" 7of'Jack.sonvlle : .f .School.Forth. there; Among. those 111'the .. .- -- .. j rf

T ;11.) V were the cu.sts OJ: ,Mr...and, ,Summer '. party were Mr.. and. M... .Levi'Sham- .
, Ml.'a.. B. E., Haley lasteek.. h,- bow, Hr."and Mrs. William .Bircher. THE ,,
'".PaUlshei Ererjr Friday By Mrs. I.- l benefit) of"those"pupils -who Mr. and Mrs.. N. H. Wsshburn. Mr. .

'*.; B. HAIUU 4. .> O.'.:VAN* AQMBWr St. Cloud'Goodrich and Mark,. i' for any reason have,work to make up and Mrs. '3.R."'Harirrave, Mr. and Mrs.:
were shopping in Kissim' In the-summer Miss Albina Smith and IPA E. Morgan Mr., and Mrs. //J. I. 'FRATERNAL .AID UNION

OO-: 'OO' oo'.t 000 OU mee Saturday, myself win-conduct a summer school Cummingsr Mr.. and Mrs. Ed George, . .,. '
t-t .o C.M'CloudywereMrs., in the High School building:, beginning and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Triplett. Co' .,'. : ,

hereriaut' Wednesday, May 19;'. and continuing Delegates from 'Kissimmee' who -attended '1
\yeatherRcport.t ; Saturday. either six or eight .weeks-the length the'eountv Sunday school convention A'A'FratenaTIkaeficiary S.detj'aeceptis: botk teen-\ and w...*

-Mrs. Fv N. Cloud of term being governed by the needs at St. Cloud Thursday were; a*.nembers. '
nKlssimm eson of tb4t pupils who may attend..: .
was a W. IL Jones,' Baptist church; Mr '
. day. visitor I The following charges will be mad' : Blood, Christian church1} Mrs. H> H !Operating in ,Ooo, G'"" 1000000.00 aN(!

Following-arc daily temperatures I High school gs'ade-less than- three Huff., Methodist church; Mrs. S. I* 30 States M.mber. I''" Reserve Fwd. ;
Mr. and Mrs Holland R. subjects) 1.50 week. l>
per Carson Mrs T. R. Moseley) Mrs: U ,
ported and by precipitations i Government stationat as re- iced Tampa and - lleeSatur- High school grades < (three or more M.. Kenton. and Rev. W. 6. Wither* : Writes.America 4 P.rCut'Gnarateed Resent Grti6cat.'with ;
day and Sunday last. subjects' ) $x.75perS .week. '
Kissimmee for the week ending Grammar. and Intermediate grades spoon Presbyterian church- .. PAID UP, Extended. lararaace.aad Lea Valuu;. C
May 8, 1915: Mr:and Mrs. Mr. (less than three subjects) $1.25 per G. II. Lehker, proprietor'of the New : 4
and Mrs. Earl Lupferupmotored to week. i, St..Cloud hotel, was In the city Thursday It's better than .. Old Lias.Policy and c..b about half a*...cia.. .

Friday ?. .- -91 60 .30 Campbell Station last Sunday. Grammar and Intermediate grades i en route to Goshen, Va., wherehe "Has operated la Florida for IS years with .. absolutely clean retard. ... ,

Saturday _-' __ -93 67 City tax books will close on May (three or four subjects] ) $1.50 per wk. wiU be manager during the sum- a 4

Sunday -- --97 65 19th.-J. n. Gilbert, city clerk.A. Primary grades (less than three mer months of the Allegheny Inn,, a Local lodge new being Manager N. L Gottlieb, a! ,
week. famous summer resort hotel of 125 fumedLySW.
subjects) $1.00 per "
Monday _94 62 C. Bryan, of Orlando, was the Primary grade (three or more subjects room. The New St. Cloud will be .
Tuesday ?-93 66 guest of his uncle J. ]h Bryan, and $1.25 week. !given a thorough "overhauling during '. '
Ix Ixi family.J. ) per ( JOIN NOW! For wken ckarter b dosed it will cost you $10.00. c'
and he to return
i Wednesday .91 69 All tuition payable weekly In' ad- his absence expects ,
: Thursday 96 63 E. Davis left Monday for Sharon vance. Pupils entering after the first and take charge again for the winter Remember: YOU DONT HAVE TO DIE TO WIN. .

Pa called by the illness of his week cannot be given reviews in subjects season about the middle of September. ., S .
For further particulars sees writ.
3 daughter. covered before they enterEx- A. Robbins, who has a grocery
otOO"OOOO OOO'OOOOO I aminations will be given at the closeof store at Orange Center has taken -
OOOOOOOO'OOOOOoI Mrs. Grace Duryea and daughter, the summer school. over the Oraystone Theater and will N.L GOTTLIEB, State Manager., or : i

of Uouuhman, pent Tuesday shopping R. M. EVANS. operate hereafter. Mr. Robbins has R. D. AIRMAN, Local Representative. '
In KiHHlinmee. .
----- ------------- - - - - experience running moving picture .
I The Local FieldAsk J Attorney W. B. Crawford returned houaetln Illinois and says that he uooooouooOo 0000 00. 00 OOOO!"000000.00 0000000... eo 00. .

last Friday from Tallahassee, wherehe Roy Graves Went to Orlando Sun- will conduct the house along modern ---,- .---. -. -_._-- -----, -------.---...---..- ,
has been looking in on the legis day'te see his father, Ross Graves, lines. The theater wll be open every ---- --- - -- I' ,

G'99VVV9VVWWVV9W. . lature. who was operated on there last week night, except Sunday, the doors opening '-..../ . R
1 for appendicitis. Mr. Graves' many
John R. Wilbur the at 7 o'clock. The house will\ use
for Reed's bread. 19-2t representing friends will be glad to learn that he
General Film service of Atlanta
Buckeye Nurseries, of Tampa and the
W. IL Brokaw, with Gritting Brothers Winter Haven, was In the oily on is Improvinarapidly. I and Mr. Robbins promises his patron. TAX NOTICE '
the tree people. 40-tf business Wednesday E. E. Fairbanks, of Kissimmee to always have the best obtainable.N. #
Park carried a jolly party on a trip !
S. W. Porter, of St. Cloud was In Mrn. M. A. Sawyer, daughter Miss to Lake Hatchneha in his boat on I I. Gottlieb, state manager of the
the city on business on Thursday.S. Helen K. Sawyer, and Miss E. L. the party were Mr. and Fraternal Aid union, paid this officea .
Wenner have moved from 216 Beau- Edgar How- this week. lie is in
Entriken of Narcoosee Mrs. Katz, Mr. and Mrs.
J. was aviator
here Thursday. mont avenue to 116 Bryan street. ard Katz, and Miss Mildred Lee. the local city lodge for the of purpose this splendid of organizinga order 91TaJ: 22nd has been fixed as the final closing '

W. G. King, of St. Cloud, was a Miss I orene Donegan has enteredthe Nelson Russell, of Fernandina ar- and assures us that some of our best lax
visitor here on business Thursday.T. Kixslnmiee Duslnras college for rived last Saturday to spend a month citizens have joined already. Aside date of the State and County books for i9& __ "':
a special course of studies for the with his mother, Mrs E. A. Russell from the insurance privileges Mr. N
N. Sewels, of Winter Garden, was summer. 319 Main street. Mr. Russell! man- Gottlieb says that the ritualistic workis The advertising list will be given to 7'lze.falleJ ;
visitor in the city on Tuesday-
o ager of the Postal Telegraph com- very beautiful and symbolic and the :
Dawson, representing BurgerA
Leon Hebb, of Bartow, wad a visitor pany's office at Fernandina.Clair fraternal features very attractive.Men .
Haumgard. of New York, was a gazette 24th which date advertising .
may on
business and between the ,
to the city on Thursday. business visitor in the stale this McAphee of St. Petersburg women agesof
sixteen and fifty are accepted as
W. A. Smiths of Lakeland spent week. passed through Kissimmee in his automobile members. costs trill Be added. \
Sunday in Kissimmee. on Monday en route home
Walter Morgan representing .
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from Jacksonville. He was joined -----
Mrs. M. A. Evans spent spent Wyeth & Brother, of Philadelphia here by Frank Duke who went with e. L. JBandy Tax Collector. ,.
Thursday in Tampa on business. called on the drug trade here this him to St. Petersburg and returnedon Now PaintStrike

Dr. W. L: Winn was a visitor to week. Wednesday.Fred when the iron is hot and ,

Orlando on Tuesday. George R. Paschal, representingthe Dlorolf of San Antonio, Tex., paint when the property needs it. u

City tax books will close on May Groover-Stewart Co., of Jacksonville has accepted a position with Joe \.They paint ships a dozen times a ,

19th.-3. R. Gilbert city clerk.Mr. I was In the city Monday calling Powers In the Fair Play market. Mr. year; yes, some of them, every voy
on the drug trade. Dierolf Is an expert meat and sau- age. What for, do you think T To matter of furnishing water to the l

and Mrs. O. S. Watts of St. I Miss Lillian Brack has returned sage man and worked with Mr. Pow- look nice and get business.. railroad company for It. engines had y

Cloud, spent\Tuesday In Kissimmee. from the Tampa high school to her! ers when the latter was in Texas. A livery keeps its carriages paintedand been taken up and that a plan was Just Phone i
varnished and washed, to look -
Guy 8. Davis, of Tampa, was In home In Narcoossee, where shoe will Representative N- C. Bryan, of Os- being formulated to charge the city
business Wednesday. spend her vacation. is the central figure ina nice and get business. for the street lights. .
the city on ceola county A man with a house for sale or to .
{ 21lt- -
C. W. Muggins, of Tampa, spent House dresses usually sold at from photograph published in the Governor Jacksonville fete "does it up," and Devoe is the How to take the temperature with t

Tuesday In the city. 11.25 to SI.50 golriK: at 85 cents to Metropolis, showing the paint a clinical thermometer; to count the
close opt this line. The LaMode Hat Trammell in the act of signing There's more in paint than to keep- pulse, and count the respirations.That and let y r"A .
knell of
business visi- Davis bill, which is the death us serveYOU
W. F. Parker was a and Suit Shop. 1-t out water. Paint for looks and youneedn't . ,
tor to Tampa last Saturday. the open saloon. think about water. A fresh child under she should be
Earl Barber one day this week kilL- J. H. Reed is preparing to attend coat of paint once a year is about as 0 in the --- -
J. C. King, of Kansas City, was a rattlesnake between the city and out of bed after half-past
ed a the meeting of the Southern Master for his credit as paying his b t!
business visitor here this week. which had nineteen rattles good I evening, except during sultry, midsummer
Southport Bakers' association at Atlanta Ga., I debts. But the man whose buildingsand days when it has had a long
Attorney S. H. Hampton, of Tampa,, and a buttonC. on May 26 and 26. He has received fences look new, very likely, has sleep during the hot afternoon. ,
was here last Friday attending court.T. . H. Armstrong, engineerinchiefof a unique song book from the con- no debts. OUR DELIVERIES A UK \. .

:- S. McCreary, of Lakeland, was the South Florida and Gulf railroad vention bureau, of Atlanta, which Is DEVOE That children are*niurc easily affected : 'IMtOMPT >l
In this city last week visiting friends.Mr4rA.'l' who has headquarters! at Ken- filled with popular songs ami points W, B. Makinson &: well it.. for ill by poisoned air than grown ,
aneviiie-wax a-vittui in the-clty Mon- about Atlanta. people, and that great care should! betaken
Narcoosse. PURE
--- j not to let them play near drains,
was In the city Monday shopping.Mr. day.Mr. Announcements have been received KEY JOHNSON IS LET and to the proximity of a ven- "'
and Mrs. J C. Dowding and here by friends of Elmer Kenneth prevent ICE CREAMt ICES a .
and Mrs. Howard M. Katz leave little daughter, of Alma avenue, left Souders, who spent the winter here tilating pipe or drain grating or dustbin r'r
Saturday for an extended visit with Monday for their 'home in Cherokee, about two years ago announcing his OUT BY CITY COUNCILThe to the nursery. SHERBETS S

relatives at Rolla, Mo. la. They expect to return to Kissimmee marriage to Miss Clara Maud Heiss. Mrs. M. F. Mhrtens Thormajm has PUNCH S' ;;' S

N. F. Watts, of Bartow, was a vIsItor about September 1. daughter of.Mr. and Mrs. a. A Helm been, appointed handicapper of -the : '
In the city Wednesday on busi Local shoe dealers have sent a of flue, Kansas, which occurred new electric fght and water women swimmers registered with the BLOCK. ICE CREAM. ,

petition to Osceola county's repre- theih home on April 28th. The happy committee.of the city council got Amateur Athletic:,union. ETC, ,, ..;;,.
In the legislature asking young couple are now at home to the.Iaat sessionof .
ness.Mr. sentatives busy with" the ax: at '
and Mrs. D. B. Ohllnger, of them to oppose the so-called "Pure their friends at Brewster. Kans. tbe body on Tuesdaynight and Mrs. W. H. Dolce has developed;l anew MADK IN'A CLEAN AND.;':

Fristproof. spent Tuesday in Klsslm- Shoe Bill." There will be Sunday' school picnic Its report called for the heads of two Industry for. Kissimmee-In the : 8AN1TAKY.PARTIES. 'ACTOR 4j
a .
growing of .....t-peaL. Mrs: Bocce ::1 r
mee.Look Mrs. -W. H. Watson, .of Plttsburg. on Hilliard'i ,island Friday May men. to .wasSuperintendent' says that she often heard U said that ,. .' ,WKDniNOS AND, z '
'for the label on your kind Pa., who has been visiting her mother 14. Swings; games, a good, program The first man' go of the water these beautiful ]flowers would not 8OCIALH RECEIVE KBPKC1AL -* x, .
Insist Reed's Homo Bakery of Shingle stand are Key.'Johnson T
1 on Mrs. William Anderson, and a refreshments among well here. To disprove this ATTENTION v
l -2t -- Creek spent Wednesday In KIs- the features. of the day. Bring your department. The committee asked grow statement she planted. number and ,.. ,
with and for his resignation with t' e order
spend the day us ; '
Jacksonville dinners The
John A. Stevenson of simmee. of the to her great satisfaction abe found ry
cordial wet Joyner,
you will be given a that f'
was a business visitor in Klsslmnvee' Rev. R. C. Weidler, state Sunday come. light department be made head of that with the proper culture they J
on Tuesday. school organIzer, spent Wednesdayhere both departments. The committeealso grow profusely. She now has a Purity Ice Cream Go.JMcOorkel .
ofHilliard' en route to St. Cloud where he Mrs. H. C. Llghtsey sent to the requested that Supt.-Joyner get wealth of sweet pea bushes and they
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Weatherbee Wednesday, in attended the Osceola county Sunday Valley Gazette! office this week a rid of one more man off his force. have grown higher than her head. Thomas S tp, "

island, spent. school association convention.Mrs. freak In orange growth that Is the The report of the committee wa.approV'ed The Valley Gaxotte Is deeply indebted 8 DARLINGTON AVKNVKTAYLOR'S ?
the city. most unusual we have ever seen. In the council. to Mrs. Dome for a fine bouquet
B. A. Graham, formerly Miss she found: In by I to the office this week.
RG. cutting open an orange also stated that the
W. H. Clark, representing O'Berry'of this county, is the The report
Rose center of it the design of a
Dun A: Co., of Tampa, was a business her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the very _
visitor here! today. d. F.tO'Bof erry. of the county. She will\ heart the In orange the pulp.In alcohol.She has preserved --n - TI

Olivine remain for .several weeks. + :
Mrs. R. B. Savage and little
spent Monday in Winter Haven on Mrs. Henry Hale, of,, Illinois, and S. S. Buzza and family and daugh
ter-in-law Mrs. G. G. Buzza, leave
business. little daughter, are here visiting night for Coraopolis, Pa., to THE
The Kissimmee, Business School is J. B. Hale. The little at- make their home. They have been *)* ,?
from an
recovered I
moving today from the Thurman girl tack has of scarlet just fever and was brought residents of Kissimmee for the past I I TAYLOR'SPhone .
building to the Makinson building. four years and have many warm
here to recuperate.
Drawdy, of friends and acquaintances here who
John and Beauregard
several days here this Capt. T. L. Bryan special agent of will deeply regret their departure. Mr. "
Whittier, spent! the Atlantic Coast Line. was the guestof Buzza will engage in the contracting Codack 250 '
week on business.H. his son, H. E- Bryan and wife, over business, which profession he pur- Phone 250 .
H. Fertlc, one of the oldest and Sunday. Mrs. T. L. Bryan, who had sued while here. r
best known citizens of Whittier, was been visiting her for two weeks, returned and 1 ,
friends here of
this week on business. Monday.Mr. ; many u d
in the city : with him on
Mrs. T. M. Brannan, of Columbus, O-,
F. C. Whitehorne, representing the and 'Mrs. L. E. Livermore{ who who spent the winter in Kissimmee, drinkin the Brandywine would looknew ',A
Florida Times-Union, of Jacksonville, have spent the past year and a halfin will regret to hear that shortly after W.1aatruck the Picture of'G. Wathiton

was a business visitor here this week. Kissimmee, left Monday for their I' returning to their home in Columbus if given a few rub with ,
Breaker home in Lebanon, Conn., for the sum- Mr. Brannan fell down stairs andbroke '
M. '
W. H. Arnold and C. will return to Kissimmee several of his ribs. 'A card lOc'
left Monday morning for Miami on in mer.the They fall to spend the winter here.V. from Mrs. Brannan.brings the good Good Will Soap (polishes everything) I. .

a business trip.J. however that he is rapidly re
C. Lenox S. J. Entriken. H. A. news, '
J. Richards will leave MondayI Coble, M. Nurse W. Milar, W. J.'I covering. ;

I for Luxora, Arkansas, to look after Dale, Burt Baxter, Z. Z. Baker, E. E. Acting under Instructions of the HOW. >

his property"there. 'Ely and D. I. Wall'ng, of St. Cloud, State Comptroller Tax Collector C. WHAT 1 Peck Old Irish Potatoes. .25 J ;

John Keen a: prominent stockmanof were In the city this week attending L. Bandy announce. hat the final N z.
the city this date for paying the state and county Juice .20 ( 5 t
Lakeland waa In court. 1-2 Pint Grape . *'
week to purchase cattle. Marcellas A. Marlson and taxes without additional coat will be Was the ttigbei Salt Perk Leaf hate figs keen I kaewaa : ". ".
Mr. arrived May 22nd. The advertising list will Slbs.Good Green Coffee 1.00 tke fried el tke ..... "
Klsslminee Park, of Gonlc, N. H., ; 2'F' ,q
: J. B. Stratton of children the Valley Gazette for publication *
be given el tin
who The. spook
was la the city this week on buslness. Wednesday to Join Mr. Marlson, In on May 24th on which date casting 6 Ibs.Good Ground 1.00 family Since Ere sat.... )l
has purchased a five acre clearing itl the advertising costs will be added. possessed fat nriae late UM .a Cf leaf- I s.J h R

City tax books will close on May Liberty Park and to build Is now a home. Attention'f. called to the official notice salt sea in i UM covntry of the Self Rising flour ..60 ; e

l th-J. R. Gilbert, dty clerk. and preparing of Arcadia spent' elsewhere on this page.A Ger.,.-...*. U 1.20 PressiaaiSkinless. lOc ...
Warner Ford, i
Section between fifteen and Figi q
Lake of
R D. Libby of the Fish Thursday the guest, party I<
this week -attending Wednesday and twenty people left.St. Cloud this ..OURSugar Oat Flakes .10
city Thurs
in the He left .24 pkg.
was Downing oz.
of S. his morning in automobiles for a trip to Preserved 15c ti

Mr. and court.Mrs. F. E. Caldwell, of-St; property day for the Interests.north to He look will after return Eustia to inspect the celebrated sand- I Cured 1 Ib. Rumford B. Powder -25 Re* *,*::' ,

Cloud, spent the week-end visitingrelatives nut fall. Hams lOc Large Cans Tomatoes . .10 Nabob I0X+ 1+

in .Kissimmee. ,; Elbert I. Nason, of Chicago, on Green Lisaa Beans *W. '' r r

Mr. and Mrs; S. D. Barby left Wednesday Wednesday of this week purchased GRAYSTONECASINO Are Net Salty Fancy Sugar Corn . .10 '
for Fort Myers to visit their from Breaker Barclay a Sheacretract : Tke rick nun'i tnality n .
Improve We weigk titeawkile await ,
. daughter, Mrs. P. R Sullen. In Liberty Park and will I"" -

tjred Gilbert J. D. Wbodbeck. Roma', It at onoe, having. begun work: '.-' ,

._ 'ThomasMorton Kate and Fred Bass immediately.J. UNDER Ntvir.MANAGtMtNT # : :.' -." ;
motored to'OrlandoSunday.. I C. Orlf na', proprietor of the Kisslmmeo WHO ,. : :' -
i Kuuell.I.Cole. - ,' ',;. who bas. been ill Wagon' Works, furnishes.building information a- ,(Open) b' rv.? NightMo. ;..'.: : : ii : fTrA:1.y' }N
Is now
is reported some bet-. that-h 'iy'LO" PUntcJ tke Lifted'i tea Crap : L' OR"S';
\ e. .
for ter'this.toaek.: two-weeks;,, . :>it handsome Ice company new wagon which for: will the soon Kslm'me .be :.:'.Best-,. :f" .\,)'Ge-.I"!" Plch '" c....hh..<.ay''; 't T. 'S\ I the U.S.AT Tke. Beetea tea: 1 ( ''
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\ ;W'F':Walker,. cIa': 'nr Carl Wati *into service ft c' 4.'<; : t ._ . ;: party.. ;; ,,free ier Peri-Walla . \ j '! - '., .
visitors in the city put; }Admission 5 aT.j i1tJ.! t -: N !'...... .btppl ,, : '
i ker"wepebuslness ; : Fos. .
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-, .' '. '4X I 'Mrs. C.. U.Pyron; pa.aed';through ; .. .. .. P. bORe" "r250',"'
of theweek.H $ f250f'{ ;
I the first ; '' 3ckiGaer Phone ; \ .
: han this" cit1'-Mondat: ron t ber+.way'fromBartow ; f f-2 H : :te"".railcey"juC 1'l1.i -- ,, AY, JRJ . '- .,y't'
7M'Theltiewrtele"plionadlriitori.i: yS .- .
fi r ; to her home in Reynolds, ROBBINSManaffr '. 4' _':": / '
\ 'bienvdUtribuUd .this week.-: the :: by'several !.A ... . : .. .... ,, Cag.Mfst' , .!, .!_ > :.. -
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....... 'PA'E"'lt' :, .- ,THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE FRIDAY' MAY '7, 'IllS'' ?'

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"' 'TRUckSHfpME"TS': ;:: near granted.Upon'Ken. nsvill.-' 'His, 'request'. wee. CITRUS SHIPPING .j CONTRACT rO.SELL T)"'Ii

request of County Judge :T. I WORLD, NEWS IN .- SHORT BITS: ) (

GO OUT :RAPIDLY M.the Murphy city to install the board a light decided at the to head ask IS NEAR CLOSEFEWER , :BIG CATTLE
the doors of .
of the steps approaching thaton Muskogee, Okla.--Senator DuncanU. t.WE-cn 10,000 and 12.000,() others,,mostly I '
the court house, it being shown Fletcher of Florida, was re-elected negroes, have been rendered home i.'nOlltf' .\
= ,MORE THAN THIRTY CARLOADS' dark nights it was dangerous enter for president 01 the Southern Commercial less. The loss is estimated at about CARSARE. BEING SHIP. A Ch'enoweth, wellIlnOivn' 'V, ,1.
to '
BEANS AND POTATOES persons who were obliged congress here by, the board of direc- PED BUT THE ;FRUIT IS" 'OFEXCELLENT stockmen, have contracted to.purchase
tors. were re- twenty : of Florida ,
.f -J HAVE BEEN SHIPPED FROM The board accepted the .invitationof elected. Senator Fletcher had served s allies have QUALITY-HEAVY, ,which they .will ship ,alonfr with be. Y
PLANT '\ CITY WITHIN THE L. R. Farmer to make a trip over three previous term lost over ten thousand killed and BLOOM REPORTED ON THE tween five and.ten carload of their
l the road to Basenger. a day or two wounded in the land operations on the TREES. 'j own cattle from: their ranch near Kiss,
'r WEEK. prior to the next meeting to inspect it. Rome, Italy.-Three hundred thous- Dardanelles. Several sailing vessel I simmee. ..
--. oft The matter of the claim of Levi and German soldiers have been sent filled with soldiers were sunk off Se Can moved last week...____? $20,., These cattle have already been con;.,
1 i1g Plant City.-Heavy shipments Drawdy for a pension was laid over to Austria to fight against Italy if del Bahr. Car moved week before last_ 705 tracked for in the markets of Weet
truck have been going forward until the next meeting.S. war i. declared. There are now eight Total to last S.turday24,678 Virginia and Pennsylvania. '
: Plant City during the past week. T. Fansler's letter asking for a hundred thousand Teutons massed P.rla.-A Haves dispatch from I ,;
,, 1 Eighteen carloads of beans and pota--, ditch to carry off the water from his near the Italian border. Athens, says the city of Gallipot! on Jacksonville, Fla.-The-citrus fruit lI:I
toe have been moved by fast freight truck farm in Pinedale met with expressions the European side of the Dardanelles movement is decreasing. The movement -' Mist Anna Barrett of Larlmope. N.
t and nearly thirteen cars have gone from the board that he deserved London.-Belated explanations of near the entrance to the sea of Mar last week was 185 can less than D., is the champion hoe grower In
i' I by express. A carload of'potatoes their aid, but owing to the the bombardments of Dunkirk prove mbra, has been captured by the allies the week before and consisted of 267 that state. '
: 'e consists of 600 three peck hampers fact that some more data is necessary that it was effected by German !guns, It also'' is said that the Turkish fort cars of oranges and 253 can of grape r '4
:, and, of beans, 420 hampers. A total before any action can be taken, it twenty-two 'miles away, instead of it Nagara, on the Asiatic side of the fruit. The total carlot movement
t, f of 15,160 hampers of beans and potatoes was postponed until the next meeting. German warships. The news is causing btraits, has been bombarded heavily. since September 15 has been 24,679

t, being shipped during the week. J. H. Lanier, jr., was again pres- even greater anxiety in England. cars.
., ,i t Prices for the week on truck remained ent in regard to the Pleasant Hill Recent reports that the shells ps are Julfa, Trans-Caucasia. renewal Grapefruit shipments are slowingup SAVE MONEY ON APALMBEACHSUIT
v. ; high for the first days of the road. Action in this matter was also perfecting a gun to hurl twen- of the recent massacres of Christian as it is late in the season and 4L
tl T' $ ,p week, but fell off toward the end of postponed until the next meeting to ty-seve'n! miles are causing great ap in Armenia I it now in progress in the prices are lower except for carefully
y, the week, market conditions not being await the engineer's report. prehension. If the' Germans succeedin whole district of Lake Van. Conflicts graded fruit of small and medium
i so favorable owing to larger quantities The presentments of the grand judy reaching the channel near Calais, between the Armenians and the Kurdsare sizes. The quality still_remains very
7E being shipped. Potatoes sold which are printed elsewhere in this they can bombard Dover across the becoming: more obdurate daily. good.
w as low as 75c per hamper and beans issue, were read to the board.B. channel. The demand for oranges is good. A genuine Palm Beach Suit, 'labeled -
l fell to as low as $1.20 a hamper. A R Garrett, of Campbell Station, Ipswich, Eng.-Excited residents of Valencias are moving freely and will be delivered to your address
-c' general average of prices for the week the board in regardto Bordeaux.-Three were killed and the
appeared before this historic town are taking stock of bringing satisfactory prices for only $4.60! t
was $1.25 for potatoes and $1.50 for I the road near his store and the the new French battleship Langeudocwas the damage done by the bombs from quality of this variety of fruit is Compare it with others and you
beans. Besides beans and potatoes 'board agreed with him that if the damaged" when the vessel broke the German airship, generally believed much better and is meeting with favorin will find that no matter how much

about 100 hampers of cucumbers were railroad company would not straighten away as it was being launched and to have been a Zeppelin, which appeared practically every market. Other more you pay you will get no bet-
ashore. Plunging down at ter
#l tn shipped. its switch at this point, the road ran shortly after midnight Friday varieties are in'demand with prices ter goods. Made of as good Palm ,
t 'ii A division of the separate products would be built parallel to the track.nookl..t battleship from the ways, the new So.far as can be learned no one was running. a little lower but fruit of Beach cloth as is on the market. ..
1y T and the prices paid the growers for Bids Rejected.All crossed the Garonne river injured and property damage was good quality, properly graded, and I
1- them follows: of the I and crashed on the opposite shore small. Bombs fell harmlessly in Water packed, is bringing fair returns; in A Suit for $4.50 .
for the
bids printing have be in dock
Hampers Price She will to put dry
I fact bet-
I IO..oJ" prices holding
is the densely
''i Beans _.._uu_ __ 8,078 $ !I.201iHOPotAtoes < county booklet, prepared to advertise, for repairs. oo street district. most ter than at time during up the sea- I DeUreJ I. Y..
y u__ _ _ 7,082' 12;!)24.KO county, were rejected and I ------ populated son. The fruit now moving is full ofjuice I This is a big bargain and meansa
_. Russian steamer
Chairman Lesley was appointed a | I.ondon.The worth
-- - I real saving that should be
,+ ; Totals __ .- If.lliO! $22.1:11.40: committee! of. one to arrange 1 with Svorono was torpedoed off the coastof London.-The sinking of three more on very the sweet tree. having fully matured while to anyone in these times. l
vessels in North
the Sea German
( At the minimum price received'' .by the board of trade for a revision of southwestern Ireland by a Germansubmarine. by Send breast, waist and
the'printuiLT . I I submarines in their new campaign is The orange bloom now on the treesis your
and and
the for their products duringthe th- matter photographs
and remit
growers and of the best length measure by
heavy posted
The Swedish El I- some
i reported. steamer
week 1 profit is realized one of a !booklet of a smallerand I' hank ...
k a food office order
( Panama.More than half claim that there will be j or express money till
I Iunct'rulln ; ,artistic, design! , keeping Colon, ) lida went to the bottom in less than growers one
been in
w, the Market have moie '
crops. paces fur the last. with, the idea that the braid viint th' city of (Colon) wag wept by a disastrous three minutes after she was torpedoed '' of the heaviest crops in the history i draft or registered' letter. ...
wavering be fire which started shortly after but the eighteen persons on board es- 'I' of the state, if there is no set back. j Money will be returned to you
will be to
which handy
settled condition something
and is
few days no and which. will attract .set :2 o'clock last Friday. Ten persons cap-d. Trawlers reaching Aberdeen There probably are from 600,000 to i by next mail if you write us that
futureIt sent out
; looked for during/ the near I are, known to be dead, including report that two vesels in a fishing 700,000 boxes of fruit still in the | you are not satisfied References
is that t the prices will remain tiers to county.The (
S thought of I Icmonvtral-t I\M native policemen and hundreds of fleet less than fifty miles off that state and it is expected that shipments the Commercial Bank of Ocala. on

' ?, with a around possible the further lowest reduction prices paid un-, ing Agent report) B. E.; County Evans, which was !ICISOMS. have been injured, while lie- port were sunk.Washington.The. .1' Packer.will continue well into June.-The 'I any bank or any newspaper here.
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til the mniket becomes more active filed with the" board, WHS as follows :
and settled.r Hissimmcc, Fla May! 1 I. lMi.! serum, .sixteen. Florida statute B. GOLDMAN Ocala Fla.[
A dish of hot in the
water set
I oven ,
To the ( '0 operating, Agency Osreola( ) !Miles traveled by rail eighteen. making stockholders liable to the extent -
I' of their will keep cakes etc., from burning.
AI-f unpaid stock subscriptioiiH
COUNTY H ) SETTLES (Count y.Gentlemen Miles traveled by team and auto, .
.,f; OLD QnESTIONIV ; ; : I herewith "submit to 405 for unpaid judgments obtained _
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;" (Continued from Page One.) you a report of the work accomplish Attended t seventeen meetings with I against their corporations without
ed by me in this unity during the attendance of 920. further suit or order was annulled
h gation and after a thorough search of month of April !1M!I!">. I The county commissioners at their as an unconstitutional denial of "due
the records. announced to the board We have enlisted 1111 demonstrators. regular mp'tingheld April 5, 1915, procoss" by the supreme court.

that the right-of-way was secured rtf- sixty; us co-operate, twenty ; as appropriated $200 additional' to cover
"t cording to legal methods before the I corn luh'niembers. eleven.I I the two furlough/ months of July and London -An imposing Austrian. FCITRUS EXCI-h41VOE AThis
... present owners of the property came I have visited, during the month August, thus making the work forth victory in western Galicia was announced
; into, possession and that if they had thirty demonstrators. ; six cooperators smile twelve months. by the German; war office
;.,., any recourse whatever it was against ; eight corn club members, and The new //rasses--rhod., natal The official communication says:
//f f ffr : the former owners of the property and eight farmers at their homes. I and 1Ian-and! also the ,different, varieties "In the presence of the Austrian
:, not against the county. Met and conferred with in town and of cowpeas and velvet beansare commander-in-chief Field Marsha
This information was imparted to on the road >lO(). attracting considerable IIttt'ntion'l Archduke Frederick, and under the
the properly owners, among whom Circulars and .bulletins distributed" The southern bur clover on the highland Ii I leadership of General Colonel VonMackenzen
there were present W. M. sixty. I: has been very satisfactory,. this I the allied troops, after spring for the first time in its history the Florida

I r, ''f' i Levi! Shambow and G. F. Smith These letters' written fifty-eight. year and there will probably be a I Imuch and bitter crushed fighting the, entire pierced Russian everywhere frontin Citrus Exchange has had the marketing of more than half of
j gentlemen appeared at the morning ( ,)Treated, one. larger acreage planted this fall. ,
session of the board and presentedtheir Hogs inoculated with hog cholera Very truly yours, west tialicia from the neighboi the citrus of Florida.
I I hood of the frontier
f arguments and were asked to H. K. EVANS; I Hungarian to the
await the completion of the search of i Osceola County Agent. I junction of the Dunujec river, with
I the Vistula.
r the records being made by Attorney caiise-sm "
Crawford. At the afternoon session Kidney Trouble - --- Almost the very day that the Control of the fruit remaining -

nounced the results to them.of the search were an- Intense Suffering : withip the State passed to the Exchange, price became

k ) Every member of the board was satisfactory and they have grown more and more to ever since.
,'q;. y present as follows: Chairman E. L. aI I ChallengeDevoe .
taken sick
r' ,' Lesley; A. F. Bass, W. F. Walker K. Sixteen was
r V. Lanier and Young Tindall.Ifhe with Kidney trouble and suffered terribly -

P '.1-; day's work was handled in a businesslike for three months. I did not This fact U all the more remarkable in view of the industrial -
work during this time and most-
;w 4 ;., andccareful manner. was
}; " The usual number of bills were approved ly confined to the bed. After using depression prevailing throughout the country and of the

t.afi t _. ...i'', and warrants drawn in other remedies I finally tried a bottle Lead-and-Oil
rw pay-
,: against i'
),: ment. A list of these will be printed of Swamp-Root. I immediately be- fact that low prices had obtained generally .the first part of ,
E\\' ...../ later in the official report of the gan to feel better, and after using the eaten. .
""i meeting. seven fifty cent bottles, was entirely
1.. ". '" The notarial bond of G. F. Kribbs, cured and have had no Kidney trouble

,, ;,:,' with was M' Katz approved.and J. M. Lee as sureties since.good health I can truly to Swamp-Root.say that I owe You my Paint half of your house LeadandOil -' The contention of the founders of the Exchange that ,

(1'r'1'' Tax Date Extended.' may publish this letter for the bene- and 'half Devoe. whenever the organization was given the marketing of over
fit of other I
afflicted as
& )'i i;""" "I".t( >.2; tha..board M. Willion and ;asked,jr., appeared that the before time with the hope of bringing to their at- ? ,. .. '.. fifty per cent of the citrus fruit produced in Florida; the industry -

( ',/,>.i ', J' ''for thirty paying days.taxes The be board extended decided anotlwr to tention this Yours most very wonderful truly, 'remedy. If Devoe Doesn't take less gallons and cost less would be placed on a sound and stable foundation, has r

+ ask the to extend state comptroller the time limit for to permission June- 36 Spruce HATTIE St. Waterville A. QUIMBY, Maine., money, no pay. If f Devoe doesn't wear better too, been folly justified by recent events. Join the Exchange I i iCI

); I 1: Request for this privilege will be State of Maine, BS we'll return your money.LeadandOil .
.z, .. ; made of the state official at once. Kennebec County.
J rs Personally appeared the above nam-
I" B. E. Evans, demonstration agent
t 1t { for Osceola county, reported that he ed Hattie A. Quimby, who subscribed
.4 would look over the grove on the above statement and made oath that is said to be good for

fl$' county poor farm and advice Superintendent the same is true in substance and infact.

2 +,- . Davis what treatment to ANNA M. DRUMMOND. three Devoe is better six 41VEi
give the trees for foot-rot. Authorized to administer oaths, etc years.

k' The of L. R. Farmer, who is . .
report I...... to
s'i In charge of the convict gang at work I>... Kilmer ('0. years. not we'll return your
al : 14' on the county roads, was filed with the ",....._..... N. V.

a' board, showing good progress on the .
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do money.
& Toad work. The report showed that
For You.
* there were at the end of the monthfitl /
Send ten Dr. Kilmer & Co.
cents to ,
sixteen state and twenty county con-
p; Binghamton N. Y., for a sample size At Lead-and-Oil is for
!" t r i rJ victa at work.a sea, good a year ; Devoe,
bottle. I It will convince You
Mr. Farmer asked the privilege. anyone.
*N.vV of discharging prisoners whose terms will also receive a booklet of valuable don't know how long ; for several years.We'll .

, expired at the camp without the necessity information about the kidneys and
of bringing them back to Kis- bladder. When writing, be sure and
ft immee. lie stated that many of mention the Kissimmee Valley Ga-
oa them would like to do this because of zette. Regular fifty-cent and one- back Devoe against Lead-
t'' / the fact that they would be able now dollar size bottles for sale at al! drug

to get work on the railroad being built stores. 20-41 and-Oil in
I If any exposure anyhow v

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...o..tto.... O too.......... ....Ot..o.. anywhere any time. .

t COLE JEWELRY COMPANY W.. B. Makinson Company, rCissinfmee

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4 t c Only Fruit of Good Quality J '

\ a, t1L 16.95-to W Sold at Profitable PricesFlorida

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1L2 RICHMONDYA.June growers this season Growers are In the business for

I were taught the lesson of the profit. They should realize now

!tJ: value of quality in oranges and as never before that quality in

; __ 1-2-3 1915 grapefruit. Only those who fruit pack alone insures prices

sent to market clean, bright that give this. To safeguard

CONFEDERATEVETERAflS fruit, properly packed received the future those who have not

profitable pnces. There was already done so must plan to

little or no demand for poorly install the best packing house t

2bJ packed inferior fruit. 0 machinery obtainable.

'/", ",* ..' FAVORS, ANNIVERSARIES, WEDDINGS REUNION Boy Skinner's "Satisfa ioD.Gdarante d" $*

N ',t tR ..- 'DiaMead.. Ring, Bracelet. or FOR LavaHi HER r.; Birth Sto e, Friendship or Tickets on Sale May 29th to Juno 2nd, Packing House Machinery and Equipment

? i.5iPer-RiarJ'.Fucy: Brooch oar Waist Pia; Beads or Ear Drops; Cbateir inb, limited to Juno 10th.' )Extension and. Profit-producing We have recently Begin: now on your

; .. Bracelet Watch Toilet Set Individual Article stopover privuef**., For fruit that which
,rlaiM. Sr ; or 111f11I goes added to our already "quality first" cam- +'
+ .
'f '* '> FOR HIM through a modem large plant at Dunepaign by writing,for
i vaUoos,etc, aD on.W. .
a; packing houae, din, and are making our new illustrated
', Diaa.OB V Birth Sfcno or Signet Rug; Solid Gold or 20-Year
males a market' for up a big stock of the catalog. We will be
'' WatcirWalde; .r Ntffife Ckaia; hitialed Kaifo or Gear. Cotter; I .'C. GILBERT. '
RihboM Fob Uaks Scarf Pia. 1f..Carefuibuyel'll "Satisfaction Guar- glad. to submit pack- '
;u 6oM or Sic ; MoMfras. or '
U'" xTkltetYAti pick out the best. anteed line of packing house plans and P
( E't .
iFOR -
'" THEM I N1
IJ'i, equipment. ing machinery. estimates, free. -
: : : aSBK:: Plat Table ,Ware; Cat Glass or Hud Pouted .

j :,.ir r-,ary' ',or-' ,Odsu dock Silver Deposit Vase or :TaUo- //ATLANTICCOASTLINE ; t LB.' ;Skinner> MEI. o.'t Lee Aye.,Drmedio, Fla.'.. '

.b : ; ';'f'-. .' .J. . ,, .. .' STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH )1-- '** .. -*Spedal prices for June losUl 0.itmirrkooo.. +rfathee:;' ". s!-:' ,Ii: :"
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,' 'erty, owners of the easement or right . . .. . !,. .
F Kissimmee Students Lead tn'' SLEET AND SNOW IN which ,th.y may have in and to the I( "
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,! riparian rights enjoyed by reason of GROVES:
the fact that their property does attend .
: Columbia :College' Athletics CALIFORNIA IN APRILs down to the high'-.rater mark. .
.. Therefore. in order for th. town''' to I ,
r" Francisco.:-Damage from the obtain a'good title, to' the' property; R

are Two students Kissimmee'voung at; , people'who the colleges. and universities; of the wind, hail, snow and sleet storm that lying marks\ between It would the be high and low to obtainan ,water MOTH nTK..illTlII'**rl..*. thefbe ell, ........ .. .... ..... The
Columbia college' are south. Some ask how we claim swept the Pacific Coast region for the necessary
may act of the legislature ....'sew II'.. It rer.ves _._ .f r... nit. n..k ad Nkq
prominent in .
the athletics granting
of that in this championship. 'The-University of last two day of April will reach a
i .... stitution. Miss Inet Carson Is the Town of Klsstmmee the titl. to - by lack; ( air .. +
presi Florida refused to play us, but we de- million dollar. At Monterey, warehouses "
dent of the.\ athletic association and feated Keewatin four straight games were blown into the bay.mer. such' property, and in addition to obtain beklet ..bee p_ ..........P _.alsitea'' with- all .."...._: Y ?'
Lee McLean Is one of the beet players and Keewatin defeated the Universityof chandise and all. In southern California ; from the individual property >. .... ... .( Brae_Ieeia .._(.! ferralag. ad .....* ,...._ gr.wlaa-
'on the baseball team. For that reason Florida three out of four. We won icicles hung from apple trees. owners quit claims to any inters lag .',... ...._ . '
the following review of the year's seven out of the nine college games The first snow within man's recol-I' they, might have therein. .
woit; there will be interesting here: we played, only being defeated, one lection fell in the Salt River valley Probably the best way to obtain the w. rarr?' large ....... .C all antes .* *Tsrs Rlarht* d>u_". ..* '
During the past season Columbia game each by Mercer university and in Arizona. Damage to sheep was desired land from the individual own a .....t... fa tree ........, .t... ......... ai''t.k *lffim* ad _.-...u.
college has enjoyed the most successful Gordon. but of a total ft thirteen heavy in Oregon. ers would be to enter into contracts -....... .....!!... Writ. ....p f.r -**. .. .. p.bUrtl.w
season in athletics during the en- games played we won eight. The Two persons! are known to be dead with them whereby they would agreeto
tire history of the institution. Newrad team, champions of the Federal and it was feared other lives were convey to the town, say 75 percent 5 '
We were greatly handicapped in league, and the hardest hitting lost in the violent wind storm which of the land. which had been reclaimed -
football by the lack of schedule ,of team in the -world, had their spring reached a velocity of nearly 100 milesan ; in consideration for the improved South Florida Explosive Company '
gantes. But the material for a team training quarters in Valdosta. We hoar. value which would attach to .
was good and although we did not played them two games and shockedthe The wireless station on the Farral- I the other 25 per cent indiviZ L Fort Meade Florida '
have many games this did not alter baseball world when they defeated lone islands reported that a launch them In other words, if an i r
the spirit of the players for they were -us only one run the first game and with five men disappeared to the leeward ual owner had a lot 200 feet wide
on the gridiron every afternoon fight- six the next. The schedule of games of the islands and wreckagelater j I abutting on the lake this would be - ..
ing with enough pep and courage to played is as follows: was washed ashore. II I|'I reclaimed and improved, as* above setout -- ---- - -
win any gameWith Corbett, Brant, Property damage in this vicinity Is and as consideration for this reclaiming -
Stonebraker, Getren, Newton, White Columbia 7 Keewatin 0 estimated at $200,000 and the damage j j!I and improving the individual M '
and Henderson in the line the oppos- Columbia 9 Keewatin 3 at other coast points is known to be, would convey to the town a lot 150( -s
ing team faced an impenetrable wall Columbia 13 Newark 14 considerable.On I|i feet broad, and would retain title in May Lumber Co.
on the defensive and a batering ram Columbia 0 Newark 6 Monterey bay fifty-four small himself to a lot 50 feet broad, sub tf
on the offensive. While Captain Blitch, Columbia 12 Keewatin 3 boats were piled up 8n the beach. 'ject, of course, to the streets, boulevards ; -
Sams, McLean and Hayden formed !I Columbia 4 Keewatin 2 Record-breaking cold weather followed -: etc., which would be placed Wholesale and Retail Dealers la .
the fastest back field we ever had. Columbia 1 Mercer 6 the storm. across the property.A .
The wonderful Columbia 6 Mercer 3 large part of the land now extending -
strength: of the team Orchards in California and Oregon
was shown when we walked away Columbia 12 White Springs 3 Buffered.' In eastern Washington, Ida-I inland from the high: water YELLOW PINE LUMBER
with the University of Florida Re- Columbia 1 Valdosta 4 ho and Montana the temperature fell mark of the lake is practically worthless -
serves by the score of 26 to 0. The Columbia 1 Gordon 0 twenty-five degrees in twelve hours. in its present state. All of this
prospects for next season are even Columbia 0 Gordon 7 i I ITO land would be made very valuable i if: Shingles and Laths
brighter than during the past session. Columbia 5 Gordon 3 CADEI. OFFERS PLAN the operations outlined above were
All of the old men and lots of good With McLean, the speed artist and : BUILD HUI.KIIKAO carried out, and it is believed that the HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY .
new material promises to be on hand Sanders, our southpaw on the patch-I ALONG LAKEFRONTContinued ,.owners of this land would be willing :
when the call for volunteers is made from One. to deed to the town a part of this
ing staff, we never worried. McLean ( Page ) I All ask.
is let
and a good schedule\ is now in prog- pitched his best game when he allowed land as consideration for the improvement we ni figure on your estimates.
ress i I the Mercer aggregation only three such work, the bulkhead should be of the balance of it. Courteous Attention aid Prompt Delivery.
The girls' basket ball team was a I hits. Bartley, behind the bat, was always placed at least as far out in the lake I The title to all of this property
winner. They only lost one game I 1 here with the true and two- as the line of extreme low water, and I could be taken in the name of one or Phone 21
during the entire season and this time base swats seemed to be his peg only fail- then by filling in behind the bulkhead more, (probably three) trustees, selected Kissimmee, Fla.. I'
they were handicapped I and all land behind it the in accordance with law, thesetrustees
by having to ing ( ?). Sams held down the initial bringing to
play on a small floor. Captain Car- sack like a veteran, taking any throw I I desired level, we would have reclaimedand the to hold and, sell and dispose of ..- ", Aft...- ", -It...- b.-It.- .. -It..... .. -..It5 ...- .....'." ..ry
and the
Miss property derived
Murrell are without that came within reach, and was an I made ready for use many acres of moneys A
doubt two of the best forwards in the excellent hitter. Malloy romped ].and--the exact number cannot be from such' sale to be used for retiring .
state, while Misses Densler and Ed- around the keystone cushion like a I I definitely ascertained without an ac- the bonds already issued.\
wards at guard always held their opposing young colt, and he was always there I I tual survey. It would in all probabil-| We have already attempted to induce -
forwards to only a few bas with the good head work. Henderson, ity, if the bulkhead were built across congress to appropriate a sufficient / fun fo aarc/c, when you
kets. Miss Willingham at center, on short, had an accurate peg to first the north end of the lake, say from sum of money to improve the **
along with her side center, Miss Cox. and his specialty was ground balls. Barbo's island, thence around and Kissimmee river, but our efforts have hope Our
had the ball in their possession most Captain Corbett, at the difficult cor- down the waterline of the lake to met with no success, and we have no a
of the time. The girls owe their suc- ner could grab them on any side, and somewhere in the neighborhood of the reason to believe that future efforts Good "I
cess to Coach Bennett of hit j will be successful as long as existing -
Columbia he like a fiend. Hyer was a regular { clubhouse, aggregate: : several hundred
university, who so excellently rounded tarbucket in centerfield, and his I acres of land. This, however, is merely I conditions continue. If we expect a ),t .'
the team into condition, giving them to the plate was hard to beat. an estimate. It might be more or help from congress we must first help Garden .
several new plays, and explaining any Hayden and Webb alternated in right: it might be elss than this amount.In I ourselves.If "
question which happened to arise. field until Hayden's injury, which put? order to reclaim this amount of we will not take care of the natural 7 o/s "
Miss Loise Dickson is one of the best him out of the game. Both are good land it would, of course, be necessary resources we have at hand we
forwards here. judges oft fly balls and hit well. Mc- ttr.,purnp from the lake an enormous I cannot expect Help from others. I If: IT GROW
The boys basket ball team had a Lean held down the right garden ad- quantity of material and this removal we first make the developments here,
very successful season also, losing mirably, when he was not pitching. would insure a channel in the lake ) those further down the river will comeas
only: one college. game. The amountof Ulitch at left, the hardest and most through: which our largest boats could a matter of course, as they will
interest taken in basket ball was consistent hitter of the squad, was pass freely during any dry spell we then be an actual necessity. We have
clearly shown when enough candidates the fastest and one of the hardest- might: have.In invited Congressman Sparkman and
for this team were always present at I working fielders Columbia has ever I order to carry on this work it other officials to visit Kissimmee and
practice. Captain Bennett and Irvinat had, and should go good in any classC would, of course, be necessary to bond make the trip down the Kissimmee
forwards fast and the town for but it river with the idea that: t)iAv mnv see
were very ex- league. a very large sum, -- -
cellent shots. Sams 'is the best cen- The men make up a good team and is believed that the land reclaimed I for themselvest the necessity'; of an I II
ter we have had, while McLean and not one hit below 350. Many thanks would have an average value of at I appropriation for improvemnta, but s v
Blitch comprise steady hard-fighting are due Manager White for the good least $1,000 per acre if sold in build- how much more would that necessity
guards. schedule he arranged. ing lots, and it should be kept in I be impressed upon them if we had
y" Although very much interest was Columbia is greatly indebted to mind that the idea of reclaiming of I already done our part of the improving i N
.oaken in all branches of athletics. I Coach Sams for the excellent way in the land would be to lay it off in lots, TSEtECT ) .
probably more spirit and loyalty was which he handled the athletics in the blocks, streets, boulevards, parks etc. S
manifested in baseball than any other. school\ He (gave us some of the best The principal question arising is as I af
But this was due to the fact that we teams w.e ever had and every one is to how the town could get title to the
had a championship team. We do not looking forwardto even better suc- property. HOMES, CHOICE FARMS, ',".
only hold the championship of Florida cess in athletics next term. Ordinarily an owner of property VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE.MRS. .
but divided honors with Mercer university MAUDE MONTAGUE. abutting on a body of navigable: water I.f ,;
who held her own among all has title to the high: water mark, and '
GOOD PRICES FOR CABBAGE. the the state, as trustee for the peo- MARY M. SUMMERS, I ,w
Leesburg.-The truckers in this ple, hasJ'itie| to the land lying be- 608 Penfield St. t
KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL section are wearing a smile these days low water. The state, IF YOU ARE DOING YOUR GARDENING WITH i rR
and daily movement pf cabbage, cucumbers by a special act of the legislature, One block west of Clyde avenue. \
Health is Worth Saving, and Some peas, beans,'etc., are bringing may convey to a town, for purposesof (Clyde, the second avenue west of SOME WORN-OUT, OLD-FASHIONED TOOLS, YOUDONT ,
satisfactory returns. Cabbagehas improvement, the land lying be- SEE '' '
Kiaimmee' People Know How court house .south.
leading ) .
been selling recently at $2 per tween the high and low water marks. '
to Save It., crate f-. o. b. and other'vegetables are The state however, probably has no COMES IN DO YOU?' THERE ISNT ANY. ; \ -,? 4-: ,
Many Kissimmee people take their just as high in proportion. Some citrus power to dispossess the abutting prop 'BUT' ,WHEN YOU HAVE OUR NEW GARDEN
'] Jives in their hands by neglecting the fruit Is still left*In this vicinityand '
kidneys when they know these organs shipments now are bringing good TOOLS YOU CAN DO THE.WORK SO EASILY-AND.. .
need help. Weak kidneys are responsible prices, in fact, the best during the QUICKLY THAT IT IS JUST FUN TO DO IT. : j ,
for a vast amount of sufferingand entire -
ill health-the slightest delay is season.VEGETABLE COME IN AND SEE OUR "LABOR-SAVERS": FOR ;i .

dangerous. Use Doan s Kidney Pillsa CROPS The YOUR GARDEN. .
remedy that has helped thousandsof GROWING NICELY eyes the world
kidney sufferers. Here is a Kis- Bunnell.-Th vegetable crops are
simmee citizen's recommendation: coming in nicely and truckers are now A Y
Miss Vera Mullennix, 116 Park St., marketing cabbage, turnips, potatoesand I W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123 '
Kissimmee, "Not long ado I strawberries. The potato crop is the who i'
used Doan's Kidney Pills for disor- moving freely and prices last week are on man
dered kidneys and a weak back and were $4 for No. Is and $3 for No. 2sf. t
got very satisfactory results. I know I o. platform.. s tPd'
Doan's Kidney Pills do all they are
represented to do, otherwise, I I

wouldn't them give name" in recommending SIYB7&JWI&CO SAVESPAUSE ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ? '

Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply -
Cushion '!!
ask for AutoTops22 Slips 8up .
a kidney remedy-get
Cars !?
Painting 25:
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that UP IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENT ; h
Miss,Mullennix had. Foster-Milburn j Trucks.Wagons; made to order:
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. .r I II I.
I W. Have All Kind. Of .
C. A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN Secretary.
for a moment young man '

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

problems that confront you now, or ; y

Grocery CompanyJ will a few years hence.Look .

a about yon-the men of affair la country, state, nation-yet, .
J Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES in tke world, are the men who started to save early in life.

They hare the respect and confidence of the comntonity. i

Then look oa the other side-at the feD... who speed all d-y On account of the consofidation of die Valley Gazette and the '_ \ i,

make-tkey. may have a good time for a while, bet what does tft kpersonality Osceola Journal we have a surplus of 'printing aaclaba.,. We offer ., ,
reflect? for sale the following: .
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.e SELL: OWE 0 WE BUY: 0 Oa A dollar or so deposited ii in this bank will be tile 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine ,,;' ; .'
0o nucleus of u honorable, !independent career. Practically New-Extra Mar...... '
HAY o 0 Make cla Tear
your beginning now- ,. '

6. GRAIN 0 4 0 0 HIDES 6e 6 bank book win pave the way. 1 Book and Job Campbell Press '

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FBBTILIZERS 0 0 0 This machine is large enough for six col... quarto paper. ;
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t O VEGETABLE CRATES One Jobber 8x12 C. &P. ;
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+ CRATE NAILS 0 I 0. .. ever _____,________j-_____________-_ 400,000.00 We also. have other; machinery for''''''.. If yei 1\' \ ,"

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C A. TERMS: )Part toll aed balance o. t time., / '' fV
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. CARSON. Prert. J. M. LEE Vie Prest.

Wi give special attention to 6tt Dl'out hunting and camping parties. I M. KATZ. 2nd Vic prast. KISSIMMEI VALLEY:.j i ZErtE:

Erie delivery: in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. ROMA THOMAS 'I -
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- <\ tL_ '" Boxes I statement :the Metropolis correspond I HELD CANNING DAY I I PALMETTO TOMATOESSHAPE SEED'-T: '!:

; This Year's Crop Totaled About 250,000 ent gathered the following statistics; .
J. M. Lee has 200 acres of muck Palmletto.) ;estimated b'y promInent ,

fruit-Groves Are in land at Southport, at the south end truckers that there will be more '
And it Was Splendid I of Lake Tohopekaliga of which about HERE BACK IN 1895 tomatnea hipped out of this section w. carry all the, leading varieties s-

ninety acres is in grove and sixty than evor before. The acreage is large of Farm, Field and Garden Seed that ft
P Splendid Condition and Give Promise acres in bearing trees. The varieties and the crop is looking fine. have been tested and known to. be

are Valencia Late pineapple oranges While here recently to assist in the An addition has been added to the adapted to this soil .nd climate. Wo ., :

of Decided Increase in Yield and grapefruit with a few tangerines holding of a canning club demonstration Union Packing house. near the depot, can fill your order immediately for
: a limes and lemons. The trees are in Miss Agnes Ellen' Harris, state 30x40 feet and a ten-foot covered new cron of all varieties of .
fine condition, with grapefruit bloom agent of the girls' canning club move platform. On the north side of the
the Coming Season heavier than in other sections. ment, received a letter from John F. building will run the entire, length of Seed Beans, S *d Potatoes, English '

; Edge water grove is owned by E. Wilson, of Tampa, a former residentof the house, *r 90 feet. Last season Peaa. Cucumber, Tomato, Pepper "
r:," -- Florida McPherson and three New York asso- KIsslmmee who stated that way the house was entirely too small to Seed, Egg Plant Etc. -
1. ; :; Fred Kettle, who is traveling over tion and affiliation with the ciates. The company owns 1,000 acreson back on the Fourth of July, 1895, he successfully! handle the crop and this
of Florida Citrus exchange. There are Home the lake of which 14 in demonstration in Kis Seed Corn Kaffir Corn, Millet, beggar
4 01 the citrus growing sections : acres are held a canning season it will, no doubt, be taxed to '
'j writing special articles for the Florida who wjll, continue the plan of sellingon I citrus fruit trees which are in bear- simmee at a barbecue. He stated that- its utmost capacity.The Weed, Sorghum Seed, Etc. < 1

.1 Metropolis, of Jacksonville, was here the trees if they can possibly do ing and in good condition. Mr. Mc- he showed at that time a canning outfit crop will start to move about COW PEAS ALL VARIETIES '", j>
last 'Week and sent the following article HO. There are a few who have a Pherson, who is the manager, has a of his own invention but that he May 15, and will be moving freelyby
/ l' to his paper. The article was choice mail order business which has herd of cattle, 500 sheep, and has was unable to interest the people in June 1. Rhode, Natal and Sudan Graos Seed. <;

t : printed in the Sunday issue of the taken years to build up, but this pastures of sudan rhodes and natal it. He was pleased to see the progress Complete Stock of garden and field -''?,'

: paper: method of distribution takes care of grass oats and Japanese cane. It in which had been made in the present Stone jars with tight fitting covers seeds, poultry feed and supplies, in- ''- >
!- ; Kiaimmee Fla., May 1.-(Special.) but a small percentage of the fruit a model farm, stock and fruit prop- :' movement. make excellent bread boxes.CHICHESTER cubators, etc. .*'$
s Osceola county has two main arteries of the county. erty, and well manai ed. Write for %
our spring catalogue
which the commercial lifeblood John M. Lee, One of I the Pioneers. M. Katz is a Kissimmee merchant, OOOo- *# {
1 through of this section flows. One of John M. Lee i is one of the pioneer and has a fine eighteen acre grove 1' 4l' s PILLS weekly price list on poultry feed, etc. 4

these is the cattle industry and the citrus. fruit growers of Osceola coun- near that of Mr. I Lee. He has a good UNION CENTER. Imdh..I BRAND.SWS A Oldest established and largest seed V

other I Is the citrus fruit business.! At ty. He has a nfie sixty-five acre groveat crop--3,600 boxes-this season but 4 < .. ..t=l'jIf and .:..... house in Florida. J;
fill. I I. Mr4 4.IE .iua
the present time the pulsation of thpal'lt Southport, where the canal connects his returns were very poor. OOOo- HCI 0000000Mr. bo._. Mud with blu' R_ _
n' representing the cattle tradeis the waters of Lake Tohopeka- The KadclyflTe-Cadman strove, at and Mrs. J. K. Milliard entertained .- Taa...geSM.. fc. .4h A.k.,in1114'If1a.Tt.. Kmw 9f **mr ".a E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo.
week liga with the Kissimmee river, and asixteenacre Narcoosee is R. R Cad- UlAliMND HRANU PILL.*, ( ..$ i -
unusually strong. Last several managed by at dinnerWednesday . or 206 East Bay St. .;
the following guests ., .
hammock land /M *know* Bnt.S fMI Always K llkl4
of steers sold for $::15 a grove on man who is owner. This grove
carloads part Mr. and Mrs.Spreng .
: - head. But the pulse of the citrus fruit that has the reputation of being one consists of fifteen acres, mostly tangerines C. II. Funk and family and SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE "',
of trade has been very feeble of the finest in the state. The sixty- with Rome oranges and ___. . ___ _
Mrs ; -- -- .u
# this Mr. and Guy . . , .
rule received five acre had a crop year This. is model
this year. Growers, as a grove boxes and the sixteen: acre Krrapefruit. a (Irovl'Mr. Mrs. S. K. (;leerson retui ned from #+#4+4#.+++++++#+4+.++.#+.+..++++++++" "- -
slim returns for the fruit, of 12,000 'adman took first prize at theSeminoleOrannrcOsei'ola ;
very had freight and glove about 7.000)() boxes., This year ( fair )held in I Oklahoma) lust Friday: whenshe was
', nnd in some cases, less than $:t.MIOUnder ,( () culled liy the S.M i ions ,illness of her son.
!Mr 1 Lc. received The
commission charges to Orlando two yenrs aKo. product
Mr l ] Mis. WetherlHv I visitedtheir I 'l
of Oiconln normal conditions lie MIVS t thecrop cf tills all] sold by mail on all I i 1
The citrus fruit growers grove: IH ] Wednesday
1'' county had n crop. of about. L'.O.OOO) ()()() ( should have ,netted I him $ I li.OOOTlie \. I individual ordeis. M ,IK h of I the fruit, ">ii. Will, and family t BONES

boxen this It wa. plendul fruit. ' sixteen Here, giove alone knownas is exjiorted and. several memlieis.. of. ,
year and wife called
Others'move, bus for .1.) K.: I Milliard I <1 onMis
S Huch at neted. the growers in good the I lee /: the l KiiKlish nolulity are i<.gti luui- enslomers. .
l . ( ( tn. *::('., ; McClain! l i Sunday i! afteinoon.Messrs. i \!
netter' from" I.MKI _
upwaxl of $1 a !Io..x on the I" nuiflyitti" I The jrrove ha* its o\vn parK ( and I II'
years Hen and <
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Of these! 250,000() ()() boxes. t twothirdswere Mid( ( To the' Klorida !Metropolis'. i tug house, and t the. picking' niadiiitr., from, I Itnssender .
1 11,.. .rehcntutive, !Mr said, 1 that }he t was"up all done. hand I 'TI, \ii! I lloucll I motoied up l'
and tangeimes/: and J parking are" by .
l orange" of (;J. 11.I
Know and ale I the "v"lests
did not /:
(the I / and
till i
int. in
I other one, third being grapefi The Hastings (;Jroe.Tlie I l.astson and fa III II Iv. I lU'iiValker and WE-WANT-BONES
-, what would, be the beM plan to pursue -
the fruit. in glovesRurioiiiidinii :
Much of is /giown: I .
4_ for the future ma'k'IIIlJ..f' thcitius (I II. 1 lu..i Tugs !!ro''. at Ash l-'ain Houell go to .Jacksonville -
: '1 Lake I Tolmpekaliga The or onhll.r.dll ofOsrpfla of (the county. lie ,is inclined ton, I onsists, of thirty a'ies of. tree, d"h,'", they will attend !business -

in tlw hike.fruit, i is quality'..rrwrailyalovp : I to crop I think. that the !best.. way, out of all ajri-t, ,including grapefruit orantre.s I\\! college.: Prairie Bones; Bleached Bones
i- county .. I It I hud the misfortune
4 the for. Klonda, anil may be I through/: I theFloiida Citrusexchange. t tantfei ines and "al" IIH' I Brother Chapman -
average good.. Bound i The first year I the exchange is one of the I lies! (jioves for its siyein I I to miss the morning train in
reaches the in .. the It has it.s own packinghouse und was unable to pet to Kissimmee -
\ of the county was in operation ( )"" .111 county county. Tampa All Kinds of Bones
condition The groves I the fruit sold until. late Saturday night or
and this was
condition, and givepromise growers were members, but t they I year
:4V are in splendid : I the trees.S. I we should Sunday morn-
on say
not entiielv satisfied und vveieweaned perhaps
increase in yield were Write for and
decided to
,- of a away. This, i is seems is I thelogical J. Triplet I. of the St. Cloud Tribune ing. I He I seemed to be in a "good us prices shipping
the coining season.Compiled I ) time for the formation of anew has a I 15 acie grove at Ashton humor," however, and gave us :

-t Report.Bratton local organisation i I and membership I The trees. are oranges, tangerines, and fine sermons. The evening \"tWO\\ .
K. M. was
v Last summer enumerator to I in the exchange. Under the present giapefiuit, This,, is I the best kept were largely attendedMr. i
: emploved: as county of rules of the exchange any mom grove I in the .S. (mud-Narcoouuu-e sec and !Mrs. Spreng and C. N.I| :I
compile' a on resources Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
icport These statistics were ac- her may sell I his fruit on the trees .if tlO'TIll' big crop of last year and Funk and family were guests at dill-I'I
I the county.the county commissioners 'I he thinks it is to his. advantage. (Os the well-.set fruit thus far this season I ,tier last Sunday at the home of Mr. i, '

': cejitf-d and by l in the Kissimmee Valley ]- ceola county growers also stand in demonstrates that it pays to take good and M rs. McClain. i : Manufacturers of :
November 20. The report need of a large and wellequippedcentral c.ruu.f trees. Fred, Harvey was a caller at the j I'I' .f
I Gazette on house. Sevetal attempts .1. W. Oliver .and S. T. Oliver ownOliver's ( M Smith, }home Sunday afternoon. .
... covered conditions the up number to July of 1 1,1 packing have been made during the )] i island, in Lake Tohopekahga! Arthur I Haye and wife, M r. and Mrs.Fletcher : IDEAL, ALKIDEAL and PERUVIAN FERTILIZERS. .
ef last year, and gave of I l'ir The Olivershave and Hell the ,
trees in the countyat past few months to get the growers consisting : acres. Kay were- guestsof I (
-1 bearing orange non-bearing trees, together to discuss the situation and foity acres i in citrus trees, consisting !Mrs Ge'o. Haye Sunday. ''t: Jacksonville, Fla. .
62,170 orange of old seedling oranges and Mrs. Wetherbee! and Nellie, Mrs\
the future
number of boxes, 14H.K19! valued formulate some plan for. I
; 50,600; These efforts will }be kept alive until! grapefruit I and I some ey 1 limes.i, They' McClain( and Mr' Funk were pleasantly 'j'y! .
were at 13.500$129,987.! bearing Of trees grapefruit and :!there 2,11H something definite is. accomplished.Oscoola I also are engaged in trucking and. gl'n-j\ Mrs. Spreng .:..:-...:-:-:-:-<----x-- ..>----x ..: :-><<-
eral fu 1 afternoon --- -------
k are neatly I all i rniliig. Thursday
trees number of I boxes, county growers -- --- --- -- -- -
- non-bearing ; Senator A. K. I > has. about} Nettie I spent the week-end
number} of them onegan
valued at $37,715. Of lemons well to do. Quite H 1 1I 1 a -
;, 26,742, ( 7 have other interests alI I are not entirely oil" dozen citrus I I i fruit I groves" "scattered I II with I her mother. Mrs.. (;e<>. Ilaye."Ilist I .
305 bearing trees 2,2 > .
.4 there were ; the iuifruit I all through! the county. Some. of them hut not least," don't forget .,..
:H72 boxes, dependent upon "
-) non-bearing trees; crop he I bought through. choice, and some I I the date of the picnic, May 14.
Of limes there were I I industry and can easily stand a "lean"! !
valued at $810.
'C What About Your Insurance?
c,, twelve boxes valued at $25; total year now and then.C. of them were "wished on him. lie ,'I
has three line aggregating-
T.imos.When groves
of Old
v boxes for the season of 19H1-14: 175- A. Carson Talks I
the Metropolis representativeasked ty acres of trees of all ages at East LIV7VER7LAXActs
945 total value, 168577. In his report .
1 ; Mr. Bratton says that the year I. C. A. Carson, one of the "dad lake. Pat Johnson, his brother-in-law, No matter what you may want in the way of Insurance, I can
vtv Osceola is associated with) him in this enterprise -
increase in dies" of Kissimmee and county -
% will show big
i oranges 1914-15 and grapefruit a as many of to tell something about the citrus and he also looks after other supply it. I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,

: 'i the non-bearing trees of the previous fruit industry, he went away back to grove. properties on a partnershipbasis. Surely, SafelyJust Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance.
freeze 1895
laden with fruit. The actual the year of the big -
t .-.1 i- year increase were foe: the season of 1914- when the total citrus fruit crop of Paradise Island, in Lake Tohopekaliga Courteous and prompt attention, no matter. .how
between Osceola county was something less near Kissimmee, is owned bv because you are feeling the ill
the was
5. 15 over S5.000 and previous anonoc' year boxes. than 40,000 boxes. He says that the Frank Vans Agnew and Reginald W. effects of a torpid liver is no excuse large or how small an amount you wish. -

-- While it-ia estimated that the citrus trees that year were frightfully\ injured I Meiklejohn. The island consists of for buying a harmful medicine that

fruit of Osceola. county exceeded but not killed. He told of two about 100 acres. thirty of which are has brought physical decay to thous- CARSON FARMER
250,000 crop boxes this year, the record-breaking sales that yearII.. in tangerines, oranges and grapefruit, ands. Calomel is dangerous and as
had five acres in Bidwell's Early and An- knows has very disagreeable '
received prices. In II. Lanier, of Bassenger, a grove everyone
fact grower. shipmentswere very poor sent to not exceeding forty trees. lie sold gel peaches, and some in vegetablesand 'and weakening effects. Medical .*. GENERAL INSURANCE. .
? t. !;.market> that did not pay the transportUon the crop to W. B. Makinson, a merchant pasture land. Mr. Vans Agnew science has found a natural vegetable Thoae! 2303. Dakin i St. .' J JII
-ii-A'S ; and ceiling costs. One of Kissimmee, for $2,500. About and Mr. Meiklejohn are loyal Englishmen remedy, GRIGSBY'S LIV-VEK-LAX
'- receJved less than $2 for a the same time the Lee Brothers soldto and as they could not conscien- that thoroughly cleanses the liver'and ..II "'
;_ ? whole carload, or less than one cent the Waters & Carson Grocery company tiously comply with President Wil bowels without causing! and bad feel- "
of Kissimmee, the fruit from son's neutrality proclamation they deserted ing. Children can take it with per-
a box. Another shipment yielded a --- --- ----- -- -- ---- -- -----
i- I net return of nine cents a box. On their eight-acre grove for $5,550'cash. beautiful Paradise island, wentto fect safety. Every bottle guaran
the other hand, there were a few Mr. Carson who is very well posted England, rejoined their regiments teed. flOe and $1 a bottle. None gen- I U .
,-, I who received fair returns for on Osceola county conditions, and always I and are now at the front. Senator uine without the likeness and signa-

\ ; their growers fruit but these men, as a rule, conservative in his estimates, ))onejo1an came to the rescue of his tuce of L. K Grigsby. For sale] by I

-- disposed 01 the fruit en the mail order says that the citrus fruit crop of the English friends and is taking care of Osceola Pharmacy. 20-41( I The Favorite Store 'of Kissimmee I
boxes Paradise island during the absence
close to 300,000
or through a long established past !Reason was
,. .. list plan of regular customers. The Os- and he predicts that the crop for the the owners. James Davis. is .superintendent Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
?- ceola county citrus fruit growers are season of 1915-16 will be not less than in charge and K. I n. Little i ill Your drufffiat will refund money if PAZO
not at all satisfied with the year's 450,000 boxes, of which fully 50,000 now engaged in packing and shippinga OINTMENT alia to cure. .ny c.... of Itching,

v business. The war and general business boxes will be grapefruit. Mr. Carsonis fine crop of peaches to the. New The. first.Bleeding application or Protruding gives. Kaae Pllei and In ReeL 6 to 14 daya.:SOc.:
& depression account in part for not a grower, and for many years York and Boston fruit markets. Mr. FURNITUREWE ?
-- poor prices, or no prices at all, but he has not been a buyer but he is a Little] has a splendid] grove of his own,
.t they cannot dunderstanxl why such I merchant, banker and the presidentof consisting of fifteen acres, at Nar-

,r_ I good fruit as the county produces the Carson Cattle company. He iRa coosee, on Lake Kunnymede. Send us Your

should be given away- They know keen observer, and his estimates Has Fine Grove.

r e that in the north and west oranges, carry weight. Regarding the citrus Ben Miller has a fine thirty acre

t grapefruit and tangerines retailed in fruit business of the past season he grove of trees of all sizes, including Orders ForI HAVE IT !
the stores at fair prices, yet they believes that the growers received on grapefruit oranges tangernies lem- -

t ' could not get enough to pay packing an average of from 50 cents to 7-6 ons, and kumquats. He also has a
e 'charges. cents a box for grapefruit and about fine field of pineapples and some fancy BEAMS
It is believed that the one serious 75 cents a box for oranges. I lowquat trees. Mr. Miller sold his
fault is that the growers of the county -I The Groves of Osceola County.. crop on the trees at 65 cents and is I FIRE ESCAPES, -- ---- --

,,e are not organized. Every grower Horticulturally and agriculturally very well satisfied. CHANNULa .
-.4 1* an independent unit and disposes of Osceola county enjoys the advantages I J. W. Miller has fifteen acres in ANGLES AND connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete

k4 his fruit as best he can. There was of a farm and grove expert. B. E. citrus fruits near Kissimmee, whichhe ALL SHAPES line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting hornet, and 4
no general buying on the trees; the Evans is the man on the job. His is now enlarging. lie consignedhis handle reliable .
fruit had to be consigned.! There beIng title is local agent of the United fruit, but it is understood that returns --
;, ', no local association, the growers States department of agriculture and were not very good. BOILER PLATES

t not provided with packing houses had farm demonstrator for Osceola coun- WmMosely's thirty acre grove is TANK STEEL Bed Room Furniture
-. -. to send fruit to individual houses and ty. He is a graduate of the Alabama one of the best in the Shingle Creek GALVANIZED Dining
i t pay 60 cents to 70 cents a crate. At Polytechnic institute and will soon section. Most of this grove is old COPPER AND I
1L '. present the growers are going around have his master's degree Mr. Evans seedling oranges, with from seven to Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-

) ; in a circle, and do not know what to knows the citrus groves of the county ten acres in young grapefruit.The ZINC SHEETS
14 do to improve conditions. Some of very thoroughly. lie has visited about C. A. Garrett grove at Shingle lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers,
', them see an opportunity to ImproveS all of them; in muck, pineland and Creek consists of fifteen! acres, ten TRUSS RODS ,

conditions through a local organiza- hammock. From Mr. Evans' verbal acres being an old grove of oranges STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL, Couches Etc.
and tangerines which is in the pinkof ,

; \ CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO STOP! 1.condition.S. Stratton has a splendid eightyacre IRON WORK

grove at Findlay Point, half of OK AUL.KINDS. This store it making a record for itself in the matter of
., which is i in young trees. Mr. Strat-
helping people to outfit home Come and Our price
ton sold about 7,000 boxes this sea WOODS are

MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES son.J... F. O'Berry's grove of forty acres right.

is one of the best in this section. He LAUNCHES

marketed about 6,000 boxes this year. DORIES AND

,: - "Dtdsoi's.. liver To.." Is Harmless To 1.01and Here's! my gt guarantee a 60 .cent-do bottle to any of drug Dod- acre P. Phillips shipped, from hi 3,000* young boxes, fifty and BUILT SKIFFS TO TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS

-S C. A. Funk & Bros., sent to marketabout
Cleu Your Sliggbh Unr on'a Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and
., boxes from their twenty- ORDER
K It doen't straighten. you; right up 6,000 No matter what load l of an Engine hare-Gas Steam
five BOILERS AND you '
tii Bowsis.i acre
S \ and make you feel fine and vigorous I grove.
want ;you togo. back to the store and Other good groves in Osceola include TANKS BUILT TO Railroad or Stationary Engine-we hare exactly the Took ,...

j, \.'.q.,. Ugh Calomel make yon sick It'i get ;your money. Dodaon's Liver' Tone W. H. McCoole'B at Finney ORDER need in your' everyday work-Wrenches, Hammer., Oiler, de. ,
S fcorribl*t Take a dose of the dangerous' in. destroying the sale of calomel because Point, H. H. Hall, fifteen acre bear- f.:1. '-
'\drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose it I. real liver medicine entirely vegetable Ing grove at Narcoosee; H. S. Todd's PUMPS FOR ALL all of the beet quality and workmanship, and at prices that will ,

__.1" (,. '. day1 work. therefore it can not salivate or. three acres with 801 trees near Kis PURPOSES rarpru* ,.0.. This store hat. tho reputation of hudEag only '- -

!:. \ + Calomel Is, mercury or qukkiilrer'which make ;you sick. simmee, and F. W. Hill's ten acres 'COMPETENT FORCB hardware that is of rapcrior quality aid 700' will mak .. ..!.. .1
.1! . eansM., necrosis of the bonea.Calomel I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod at Narcoosee.To -
,; ;.. ROAD WORK hen NOW aid '
take in .
FOR stock.
Into contact, c. a, iaupoctmf our Ug ,
at*! : ,'' when it oomes aon's Liver Ton will put your sluggish i;
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.I 4c 1 'it up. '2h1giswbei7o41 f..l that awful that sour bile and constipated waste'1 And Build Up The System' S -_- - ..... (

,nan'and' eramptng. .II you arc slug- which is clogging your system and makIng -' Take the ,Old Standard GROVB'8
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; .,...:t .* C.mmiT-,, _. .eoe... .' TO CITY. 111 MI. .. ---.Q..Q.r.No. 16. a aIII' '; .
I" tcb. $dn. ;
.FI. $*.. --, .Oaeselafai v..tJ' '. (Continued from fig One.) V., .N to." StRGfON
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J Kstate .(' the: School BoardKlaslmnree ,;Fleda poollttfet saL teh. ( '..14e"o' '." '
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... BID"etf .
Peter Oull '
::1: : Advertisements i : Notlo. I. given, to all whomit time to .attend the other eventi sturLag -. Kch No. .. r....., _16, a, a_;.P._, 0.00 Telephone '.
that; the 4th day of I Q"-
may concern on '
I.uI I 1111,11 1f I II I Itil II September A. :il., 111. t shall ,. ,1 *1aw' May>> t, 111. .U. ijf MIlia, Lillian N*. iX"'a eat.*tebo ttVi, .: I . .5 ,
the Honorable T.-M. Murpb"ud..e of Good. Ro di'7S1eet. . The board of public Instruction met Boluj No. 60.00 .: -4'"

.: NOTICra imTBNTlO* 'TO :lrPLY aid court, a* judge of probate of the fotfinal The last.:event hal' been.,'planned IM regular session, there being present 115 Miss irl 15flvVr7"laI."t'cK, 9 .
"" dlaebarg a* W. C Bass : Walter J3insonfl41.1 .' C THRASHER .
FOR ,I> KTTER PATENT. estate of f.ter/a.llas, deceased; and daring the week by,the Klsslmmer : "halrmanf' itch Ne.-lS. a a D. ,
past 5. C. E. Yowell No. 1 __.._.. __. 0.00
.. THIII.VHARTER.'O that at the same time I will present to board, of'trade and ,tn, already' aupvrlntendent .* 116 Ml'i.s Ruby-Base- sal.-.Q tch. WORKER '. ,
that'' 'T .. the said court my final account as Minute of the last mettlnf were SHEET.METAL '. .
Notice I hereby iv.n on .. .i. _._.. 0.0'
and ask assured o( success." Invitation sent ,
said estate ,
administrator of WI.'lioo.JIC: I
and ,
day. May 16th. : 1.U. The Water '* read approved. : 117 .. sal
Ou-soii j Orocery t Company/ a corporation for their approval.Dated . out to the various counties In the $i 8. L.' Lupfer.. county treasurer. reported tch Boh. No. Itf. a a si'Clnc". Specialty

. under the law. of Florida, will March 4. .A .y..J.RYAN.oamofor.'mo..t \: central part of the state have brought as follows: Public D. Ito I .Q..Q____.uIt ,_ 45.90 :
apply for Jetters pat.nt. amending It* To the .Uonarable Board of Ill Miss 1.qsst' F. Haye, eaL Phone lo-R Xlsstmmee :
t Administrator.LL replies from of them that ."
charter, to .S to read .* follows: a Instruction in and for Osoeola county tch. itch No. 14 __.__ 49.00
.. .N. C, BRYAN. Bee.C they will lend delegate to attend the. 1 herewith' tender my report as treasurer Itlss Ella Dove Newsome. .
: i.> c.-A. CARSON, free. $ TO QUIET TITLK. meeting. of Osoeola county for the. month sal. tch. Sch. No. 1* 40.00 ,

.,' Ir. c.n.-,; Bvvrsitk Judicial Clfevl > who have of April. A. D., 1 U.leaeral 110 Miss Ella Dove Newaom DR. J. W.:SIMPSON _
Clrrailt Those already said they ( Hrhee.1 Varna.To aal. tch Sch. No. 19. 4 5
' IlARTIIIR'OIl' THH WATERS" CAROlVOROCKRYiCOMPANY. ...<<<, ... State ef rieH4a. !.. ..* would send delegate are' X'utnaincounts' : bak from last report _| ,41.... r>.. NO. 4 __,? i.oo ..
f.r Cesiaitr. To '1. reod. from C. IS Tow- 1>1 L. t. Toung.: sal. tch. 8ch '. ( 4UpataIr
Arthur E). Don( (can. complainant vsEdwin board of trade Palatka; Vo- ell chalk. blackboard etc. 7." No. 40. 8. 8. 13. No2 IS 00 DEN -
M. Randall, Sarah Tracy and Ivsia and DeLand To amt. received from J. M.Lee. I
; county : Orange 111 at: Prattler.. cr hire 4.00 *
i, ARTICLE I. John Tracy: her husband and all parties and Orlando Hih.borouchcounty . 'school land __________ 100.00 111 Lupfer Palace nrll"" Store supplies 11 Xt Blldn.
The hamof the corporation ahall b. claiming Interest under the said County ; To amt. reed from oompt.. re- Sch. No. I ;, 1.10 Office Hoar:- .. .
; ".The Water Carson Orocery Com-. respondents or otherwise; respondent and Tampa; Plnellas county dempt. UI.lIL from Yow..". 114 W. II Maklnann Co..-supplies : I:" .

e 1 pany, and Its principal$ place of bualneaa Order .1 rsjbllreitleau and St. Petersburg; Polk county commissioners cold school I JO).00.; from tax $ctL No. 1 .. -._ ..110 Telephone No T June ft .
. shall b* In the city of Klsslmraee. To All Whom It May Concern? ooll poll 114 18100 u___ lit.It 116 J. L. Overstreet recordingdeed - ,. a.
... Osceola county Florida, with branch It appearing. by affidavit tiled In this and Bartow board of To amt. rrcd from tax coli. No. itis :J.BO

office In .uch place or places In the cause that the residence of the respondent. trade, and Osceola county lazes I".4U.1I5 _----_____.14,604. .> I 116 Klsslmmee Valley-Oasette W. W.
tat of Florida and other place In . Edwin M. Bandall. Is unknown and DR CRON'DENr .
sloners and Kiaslnunee printing 8ch.'No 1 ... II.*$
;:- the United State* or In foreign oountrle that there Is no person In the state the COJnllD..1 tlO.MStl 117 V H Ellis.: labor: Sch. .. S
., a* the director may determine. a subpoena upon whom trade. Representatives are' By pd. war. caper. list u____ II.'''.'' 11.00 '
::: :d"bY ------ -
ARTICLE'II. d such responderrW that pected from Manatee and coun 118II C I...Oh.lnd com:'i j'iL
of such r < Balance __ ___ __ __$ ',4BOSsibllrliMl It.90' Office 01 Building .
'The general nature of the business to relltrh' ; :dnhlt: .. saidrespondent tie. -- -- ---- -- H. H I) No 1

b* transacted by said corporation shall be and he Is hereby required The meeting will be in charge of 1 IMMrlr Ne, 1. C. U Handy com. tax coil. Office Hour.U. 1Oll'loe .s 4
H H n No. 1 4.71 'Phone ill Resident* It .1
b. to buy. sell and deal In groceries to tbe Bill of Complaint To bal. from last report _____$ 1.613.01 .
\ dry goods, hardware and all kinds of filed to In appear the said cause on or before the good roads committee of the To amt reed. from tax coll. 'merchandise, to buy, sell manage, I ae board of which is of a H. n No. I IT 14 Teeth .
1616 beingthe trade composed
I .
the rule ,
and develop land and conduct a general day Iu'"i:: heD. t 1.'II.n I 141 C I... Handy, com tax coiL .-
real estate business. and to buy seventh. the said of the month.otherwise said W. J.-Sears. B. C. Miller Lewis By pd war. a* per Hat __: 88.00 8. a H No. 4 .. 16.74 .
and .ell lands for Its own account and allegations O'Bryan J. M. Lee and Pat John u 141 C. U 1 tax coll. .
confessed the tY'N'; GE1CER
bill will be taken by i ; t
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on commission: to build on, own Improve aid respondent. ston. The last three named have Balance -------------------5 1.545.tlbNraxial DR I .
and develop lands owned by this this 141 C. L. tax .
corporation; to. manufacture lumber. It I Is further or4erM that orderbe been designated the reception committee UlMrlrt 1>.. 2. H 1>.Y'N'-:.. 6 -_.i- I.U PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

timber naval stores crosstles. turpentine published once a week KlsslmmeeValley for eightconsecutive and will look after the delegates To bal from last report .___I JRH.18 244 Mrs O It Ueene. trans ,
In the
timber products and to lease hire To amt reed from tax coll 175 60 pupils Hrh! No 6. 8 a Citizens Bank BuildingKlaslmmee. '
own and act as broker factor or agentsin Oaiette. a weekly newspaper upon their arrival. 1). No I .... 11.76 Fla.
S the purchase. sale manufacture anddl.po.IUon and published State In of said Florida county and of of Osceola.general t The band will be secured to playIn I.. Ua.R4 245 Mrs Knsn Meeker. !. Phone. : Office In or 14Residence
of real property and product By pd war. a. perI.t 101.6& Kch No. 13. B H
circulation In said county. front of the Fraternity hall where nu. 161 14-lrr I
thereof and commodities, goods, --- 1>. No i uhhU'. tO.00
.. wares and merchandise of every kind Witness the Honorable James WPerkins "'the city council chamber is located, Balance .uu.nunn.$362.19Mubheheol 348 R K Howell. sat, \
Including naval stores blacksmith's I judge of the aald court and mv No 28, 881).
for abouf half hour before themel'tlng
and coppersmith's tools and implements -I name aa clerk thereof. and the official a IMrlr< >... S. I ITo No 4 __ ... 1000
and sawmill tools -I seal of said circuit court this the 1st time and there is' every hal from lest report ._} 46(00 :I 347 Miss Hesalo -Lawson' -- aalIrh T. M RIVERS. M. D. .

ments of all sorts: to atenmJ' day of April A. D.. 1916Sen promise' that the meeting will resultIn To amt rent from tax cull __ Run 20 : Hrh No. IN, 8 8I .

duct awmllls planing' mills and all ( ) J. L. OVERSTREKT. >. No 4 .. ,__ _- .-__ 100.00 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
business Incident thereto to buy, nineand As Clerk County Court Osceola County; accomplishing its purpose. The I 1.1(6 10 348 Osreola llaldware Co., .'1'. ;
sell cattle and livestock of all By JAMES M: JOHNSTON counties of central Florida') want the By pd war as per Hat -_-_. 18UOO :I Hch No 14. fi/ c. sup Office '
kinds, to purchase, deal In beef and As Deputy Clerk Dixie route to through Krh No. 24. II US 1.16 over Pharmacy .
Highway run
beef products; to own hold and sell Johnston A (:arrettCounael Unlanoo- __-. -- _u_ -I H71 10it..bMeheel I 349 Klsslmmee Valley Gazette 'Phone Residence 61
for Complainant. 16-S the heart of the state and the meetIng .
lands for pasture and cattle range; to pub petition. 881) / Office 141DR. .
own, operate lease. hire use and maintain here will be for the purpose of DUIrlrt 1'01. 4. 55 No 1 ... -__--_-: 26.SS
To hal. from last t
docks, wharves. elevators, 360( Klsalmmee V.II..y Gasettepublishing
preaaes discussing and whereby To rvcd from tax mil 1.442.M
ways nienas;
tanks and storage facilities l or every and b>' virtue of nn execution petition_ 11.SS
kind and to receive profits Issued out of and under seal I of Justice this may be acocmpll hpd. It is 8618E2 Mrs Ada Chandler trana
n10.n: S.IkS HI
therefrom: to buy, sell : of the Peace court. First district. 0. likely that the meeting will select Hat __, I I? 00 pupils Hrh No. 18, R C L. HYAT -
own account or on commission turpentine ceola county Fiorina. In a certain suitM By pd. war. as per u' 8 I). No. 4 .._- __ 11.00 .
rosin and all kinds or naval stores, herein H. (' Stanford' I. plaintiff and delegates to attend the next meeting ill U M. Evans, sal tchSch . ?
.__._.___ 5 3.826 91
Balaaci< .
timber and agricultural products; to V:. 11 Mill i' I I. defendant. I have levied. of the Dixie Highway commissionersat n- u. No. I ._ 12600

operate stills and machinery for themanufacture upon Ha tlt<' property of said defendant Chattanooga to present-the claimsof 11I.-11..1 District Ne>. n. 152 MIss Almenla Leltner. sal : :
or naval stores productsof nnit w'll ell at No 20 Btewartavuu To bal from last report. -I 28 87 toh Sch No -1 .__ 90.00 Klsslmmee. Fla.
, every description; to erect and .., tn Kfanlmmee. Florida. within this section. To amt recil. from pt.. re- 3643&E Mlaa Clara Lo-dl.tter. sal I 'Phone Office 1 TResidence .r$ ,. f,

I maintain tanks and warehouses for the the l IQI ,1 I oiirr of aaUon. Saturday The fact thai the Polk county drmpt nu___.____.__- ._.. 881 toh Bell No. I 76.00
I storage of naval stores and cotton another the 22nd day of Ma>. A. l) 1915. the To amt reed from tax coil 18 60 R V Webb sal trh sch 141GEO. 4 L:
products and to Issue storage or follow ln c property A general line of hoard of commissioners will be represented N. I .____ 1000 -.
warehouse receipts against I the same; dry "..ods. tinware furniture and notions li evidence that Polk county I 66.S6 356 Miss Louise Clark. sal tch

to compound ana refine oils; to manufacture tr-e said property : l Is planning to come Into the By pd war as per list _.1 to 00 itch No 1 ..__ 76.OO '
1.g..f.I: ahtu ---- P. PARKER
own buy sell and deal In the htuneat and beat 267 Miss Alblna Smith saj tch ?; ,
barrels, headings, .lav".1 atllla, supplies aitttafv above execution. and costs.L scheme and if Polk county will build Balance $ 25.365.bSehsel Sch No. 1 66.00 '
and materials; lar kinds to II. INQRAMHnirllT Its section of roadway the other nu.n..u. 268 Miss Emma Futch. aalary I .*
buy. sell and deal In groceries, dry Oaceola County. Florida. 184tKIOTK m.trlrt '\.. e. tch fcch No. 1 65 00 A'RNEY.AT.LW'
floods, hardware and all kinds of merchandise counties have already made plans to To bal from .last report S__.9 to.72 251 Miss France. I...nicaton. '. '.5
; V build bur' sell lease 'R! OF MASTER SAL.K. complete a hard-surfaced roadthrough To amt reed. from Comet re- sal tch Sen No. I 66.00 Collections and Conveyance v. .4

manage., own control charter. or till who'e section giving dfimpt. __nu_ 9 00 260 Miss Lola Uawler. sal tch.
- operate vessel. tramway, railway Under and by virtue of a Decree of a To amt reed from tax cull .. 48.21liy Sch No. 1 66.00 Specialties '
bridge lighter engine car ur other Foreclosure. rendered In the Circuit complete route through the center of leI Mlsa CI..onVooldrldc". '
vehicle or mean' of transportation I of Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuitof the state. pd war as per list ------8 4> 00 sal tch Sch No. 1 ___ 66.00 111 1-1 Broadway .
. the product. of property held owned the State of Florida. on the Chancery 362 Miss Jean Thomas salary ,
controlled or manufactured by said Side thereof. In a certain. cause Barbecue. and HeJ<'. Balance. -------------------5 S8.92 tch Hch. No. 1 66.00 "
company or other persons or corporations therein pending wherein Florida Drained All plans have been completed for 8 L. LUPFKR. 282 MI. Harriet Wilcox sal F. KRIBBS

In connection with the businessof Land Company I* Complainant andSamuel the cattle sale and barbecue. The County Treasurer tch itch No. I __. 66... G .
this said R Russell, Mike .
company but not to use B Sexton R. 264 Miss Myrtle Hobbltt. sal
means of transportation for the purpose Howard. Vlctorlne Howard. H. E. stalls and pens at the base ball park Bills were approved and warrants Issued tch. Hch No. 1 66.00 A1TORNEY-AT-LAW 1
of doing the business of a common Smith and Pauline Smith are Re.pond..nt.iJDwgl have been built.for the cattle which as follows: a fill Miss Louise Thomaaon.aal .
carrier; to raise produce buy tch. Sch No. 1 _. 66.00 ExamInation of Titles a Specialty.
veil, exchange and deal. In trees, plants.e.ruia. 'nO"h'j.: ", Y. A. D. 1915. will be offered at auction and a monster IRS C R. Yowell sal hunt. nl 11500 sits Miss Cecelia Overstreet.. Notification. and Payment of taxes) I

cereals and any and all knlds the same being the. first Monday In said table has been built for the bar- 1MB W. C. Ba.... M. B Tl"i'. I. __ 4.09 tch Sch. No. 1 66.00 non-realdent given careful i

I f vegetable products and citrus fruit., month icatnh'ou .1 1aa"e day during becue. The meat and other provisions 290 WaIter Kronsnn. M. II PI J87 II1haIM. CV Uryjin. salary I attention.Klsslmmee. .
) t""lt trees. hay and grain and to do a the sell, st Public two meetings 10.00 tcb ..JHcti No: I 68.00 Ui
I general nursery business; to construct Outcry, for cash In hand to the high- for the barbecue have all been 391 J. R Stratton. M B nun.P I. 368 -Miss Lottie Lawler. sal .

., erect.-operate and maintain a packing" eat bidder, at the front door of theCourt arranged for and will be ready for two meetings ._nu- 1200 teh. Sch No. I 6600 .
acrr.t' .
Itouae 01 packing houses and canning House. In Klaslmmee. County ofOscrois 291 S. L. LupOr. com tress 141.99 369 Miss. Clara 8 ute. sal Ich.Sch Pat Johnston a, P.
faotor for fruits, meats and vegetables Florida, the following described the crowds. 298 Clyde Buxsa and Knrl No 1 _?_ 65.00 .
of all kinds, to produce buy or Real Estate, situate In the Count The cattle sale will begin promptlyat Morrow Janitor. Sch.I 370 Miss Medora Ruaaell. sal JOHNSTON &GARRETT ( .

otherwise acquire and sell or otherwise. of Oaceola and State of Florida: 1 o'clock following the barbecueat No. 1 __nuuu__ 4000 th Her No 1 6800
dispose of the products of such pack- Block 20. Lots 1 and 2: Block IS. 294 C.I W. Deputy janitor Hch 371 Miss Ruth Clark salary ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 1 ,
Ing or canning factory or factories, Lots 3. 4. 6. 8. 10, 11 and 16, Block 26. noon. Col. Fred Reppert the No III 2000 tch Sch No. 1 15.00 ., <
packing; house or packing houses, to Lots 1. 2. S and 4 ; Block 27 Lots I to world famous auctioneer will be 295 R M. Rvans.uunu., sal tch Soh 372 Miss Emma Yowell.. aal.tch Offices 10, 1 and 12 Cittsen Bank .

subset me for purchase, receive, own, 0 1.1 inclusive IIln"'lu 16 Inclusive: Block here to do the selling? No. 1 ..____-- _____ .. 226.00 Bch No. 1 7600 .
hold for Investment. or otherwise sellnnl $ Lot 1 to ; Block 10, Lots 296 Miss Almr-la Leltner.. sal 372 Miss Lucy Buldl,1
dlsnose of and make advancements. I to 21. Inclusive. 24 to Itt Inclusive A lance number of stock men from tch Bch No 1 90.00 .. tch. Sch No. 1 ___ 56.00! JI..lm n. ,) \ 'ii,
r upon stocks shares bond.. securitiesor .nd 11; Block 3!. Lots 1 to 5, Inclusive, all section i of Florida from surrounding 297 MI. Clara dbetter.. -T----sal 274 Miss Cora L. Maine sal. .
obligations of other corporations. mock IS, Lot I to 11. Inclusive; BlockI tch Bch No 1 ______ 75.00 tch. itch No. 16. 8. a
whatsoever wherever located originated Lots 14 and 15. Block .. Lots 4. 5. states and even from distant 298 R. F. Webb sal tch Sch. 1>. No. 1 *0.00 Louie C. Massey T. Plcton Warlew ,. .:

or engaged In or pursuing any one 10. 11 and 22, Block 8. Lot 1.; Block 16 states where cattle raising is No. 1 ______--___.L,_ 90.00It 275 C. N. Carre-. sal.-tch. Late Counsel for Judge of tbe .
or more kinds of business', purposesor Lots 10 and llr'Block 17. Lots I. 4. 7. 8 have assured the commit MIss Louise Clark$ sal. Bch. No. 16. 8 B D. No. Fla. R. R. Com Criminal Court' '".
oblects Indicated. herein. or ounlng and 9; Block. IS 1 to 4 Inclusive prominent, ___ !: ; ... AA .
tch. Sen. No. 1 _..: 75.00 _.___._ I..VV ,
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tI' or holding any property of any kindmentioned S to 22 Inclusive k 11. Lots 6 to. tee in charge of their attendance and 100 Miss Albina Smith sal. lit Mr. Laura Lee .aL tc*. MSEy..AOW. . ; ", .

herein or any corporationowning 16. Inclusive; Block 12. Lot 6 to 8 Inclusive on .the eve of the event there is tch. Sch. No. 1 ..?.. (5.00 Hch. No. 16. 8., 8. D. ald ; '.
.. holding stocks or obligation all of said land being In the ArOREYS COUNSELU 1 .r' .
; of ". 101 Miss Emma Futch. sat No. 1 ......- 0.00 ,
't4., of such corporation and while tbe Florida Drained Land Company'rt>- promise a great success. .i\-.Q..r.\ ,/
tch. No 1 ,____....... ".00 ITT Miss Kth.l j4
.... ow'hers or holder of any atocks. bofldsobligations division No. a. recorded In Book "B" F. I. Derby the Alabama cattle: 101 Miss France Langaton teh.BchNo.18r,8D.. PrMtlo.I air the court of the Wet '( 9

&',11I<' or to exercise all the right, on Payee 66- and 66, In the office, of. breeder, arrived today-.with his high. -. .aL tch. Sch. No. a.. ".4-.4101 ., .No. 1 _.--____.._--... 0.00. United 8tat. also before ...
: ,"'< power and privilege of own..r.hlpt..Jt the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola Miss Lola. Lawler. **L 171 Miss BessU !.' the Florida & Cmmlloa ir.1. .; ,
.. ,thereof and to-exercise all and any County. Florida,: said land all beingIn grade. blooded and registered stock Sen. .No. 1 65.00 tch. Boh. No..h11t1f.8.; D. the Interstate .,, "'I
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r ,voting power thereof; to sell, mortgage Osceola County.Dated and is having them placed In.the pens 104 Cleo No. 1 _-_______u_____ '0.003T 11-14 Charleston Bldg '. ".. "
sublet pledge, hire lea* or this March 17th, A. D, 1116. I4.
this ready for the sale. He has advertised . tch Sch No. 1 __u 6600 Miss Fleda Doolittle. .ai.S *
convey the property of corporation 0. P. OARRETT.A 106 Miss. Jean Thomas, sal. tch. Hch No. 1$. 8 & D.
or any PdC..d.e.f at will and Special Master In Chancery.. tbe sale among thousands of cattle tch. Bch No. I _n. -_ 416.00 No. I _.______________ 0.00 I ,
tj Invest the pleasure and VANS AGNEW A: CRAWFORD buyers all through the United States. 106 Miss Harriet Wilcox sal 280 Miss LlUlan Dale salary ,

In such manner a* may be etn',1: Solicitor for Complainant. 16-6t E. L. tcH Sch 'No I h_ ._ 66 00 tch. Sch. No. If a 8 D J. HICKS (
by the by-lair; to conduct any The Canon Cattle company 107 Miss Myrtle Bobbin sal No. 1 ____._-_____--__ '0.00'au DR M / .
its business and to have office and Ne tlee .1 A*s lleatle>sj f.. Tax DeeelU Lesley "of Lesley & Bass, Pat John- tch. Sch No 1 __, __ 65.00 Miss Iris Oliver. sal tch. ,.

r agencies agent at and such to place employ\In this officers state and and .e>r .......... B74 cad 5rB Ueaemlntmtmirm ston and J. R. Donegan. and J. M. SOS MI. Louise Thomason. Hch. No. 16. 8. 8 D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
sal trh Hch No. I __ n.oo I No. 1 6000
other state. or foreign countries as ef 4ae Kale e f Florida.Notice Lee of *be S u lhporl Cattle company 109 Miss, Cecelia\ 282 A F. Dass uOUhU buggy hire. J ;

may be requisite or necessary for the The Fair are bringing in their quota of . trh Sch No 1 n n.oo I H. 8 I). No 1 _________ 1.tO3H2 Office Stat Bank Building
furtherIng Is .given that
carrying on do.f :rla business or hereby cattle to be sold 110 Miss Mary C. Bryan. ...1. State Unnk. Int. No. 946 'Phones: I''
I saidnecessity purchaser of TaxCertificate the Florida
., corporation Investment range
the Company .
tch Son No, 1 __ 65 00 and 046-1 month\ n__ 1000 Residence 40 .
to be determined In the discretion No 75 dated 4th November, at the sale and are alrfb providingcattle 311 Miss Lottie J.a wl..r.. .sal 384 First National Hank. Ht ,

and judgment of the board of A 1). 1896. ha. filed said Tax Certificate for the barbecue. Mr. Derby tch Sch No. 1 _, 66 I 00 Cloud. loan 1 month ._ 1.000.00 i4.
directors; to receive. payment for capItal In my office and has made application .
311 Miss Clara Ht ut.. sal trh 385 First National Bank.
stock subscribed for In money or for Tax Deed to Issue In accordance of the firm of Cobb & Derby of York, Sch No. I .. __ .u. U_ 6U>0 Cloud Int. fto. l>>4-1

In property labor or services at a lustvaluation with law Said certificate, Ala.. has also brought along a high- 111 Miss Medora Russell aaltch month ..______h_____ 2000 .I.W.ThOMPSON
thereof In the discretion or embraces. the. following described property to be added to the bar : Sch. No 1 ._ 65.00 886 Klsalmmee Telephone ..
Judgment of the board of directors; to situated In Osceola. county. Stateof grade steer 31-4 Miss Ruth Clark sal Sch No.1. tl.60.; .

make contracts of any kinds what.o.ev..r Florida.. to-wit: All of Section 16. becue. : tch Sch No.1 .u.O_ 6500 I office, rOO _nuu':_. ISO .
for the furtherance. of It. pur-. Township 17 South. Range 14 Kast IHfcplay of Fruit Products 115 MI... Emma Yowell. aal.tch 387 Miss Ruth Butler service FUNERAL DIRECTOR '

pases, or business. Including. agreements The said land being assessed at the Casino Sch No. 1 .___ ._ 76 00 8rh No. I ____Un__. 6000 : '1
said the
or contracts between the date. of the Issuance of said certificateIn The room in Qraystone SIt Miss Lucy Wltherapoonsal 188 R DeWItt Brown services -

corporation and Individuals or lines I othercorporations of the name of P1*. Commercial Co. building entrance on Dakln avenue. teh Sch No. I ". _. 65 00 Sell No. 1 ._h__ 1500 and 'M . ..
of the
In any Unless said certificate shall be redeemed leading from the depot has-beeii lilted 317 Miss Annie M. Leonard.. $KRMrs. M. F. Ssars rent. Sch. jjLCNSED
business of this corporation I to do any according to law tax deed will Issue sal trh Sch No. 6 -. 49.00 I No. 1 ___u___________ TOO \
and all thing that are be or done may for benecessary thereon. on the 27th day of May A. up for the display of fruit jellies 118 Mia Cora L. Maine, sal 880 First National Rank. 8t.I EMBALMER j'

or proper to this D, 115. and marmalades. Miss Anne Carson tch. Sch No. 16. 8 8I I Cloud. Int No. 410-1 .1.

the furtherance of the purposes Into of effectthe Witness my hand and official seal at : who named chairman of the woman' ). No. I nnh_--_..._ 10.00 month n_____________ 1000 .. >
for carrying was !
corporation or Klsslmmee City. Florida this 27th day 11* 'C. N. Carnca. sal tch Sch I 31 Miss J an I. 8t roud. sal. Store and Chapel, Stewart ,
powers herein of April. A. I).'. 1915 committee by the board of No. 16, B. S. U No. 1 n 75.00 tch. Sch No. I U uu_ 46.00

"' ARTICLE III (Seal) J L. OVERBTriteET.TSlerk trade. which has the event In charge, &20 Mrs Laura Lee. sal tchBch \
The capital stock of the corporation Circuit Court. Osceola. County, with the assistance of the othv No. 1$. B S D A petition from the cltlsen of Shlnglt 1 Klsslmraee. 91*. .
hall be One Hundred Thouaand and Florida. has No.1 _n.unU- -- 6000 Creek was presented to the board I -.
no-100 (1100.00000) Dollar, to he divided By JAMES M. JOHNSTON D C. members of her committee which Is aaklT that the petition. for the proposed I., , I

Into One Thousand (1.000) SharesOf 19-4t composed of Mrs. C. W. Griffin Mr.. ------ ---- --- - .p"'lal r-c hool tax district be cancelled .
the value of One Hundred On examining the two petitionsIt P. A Vans Ajmew W. B j
par W. J. 8. Carr Mrs. J. M. Wlllson. Jr., found that nijmberwho had .r
second was a I
each.ARTICLE store
Dollar Dann's
100 00) Department
aroused interest sign'.I the special school tax district AGNEW ;;
iv. and Mrs. Bass
TAX DEED $1.60 third prize $1.00. 6 CRWOR .
The terra for which this corporation the ladies of the county and prize, ; r..lIton) had alto signed the petition VAS
hall exist shall be perpetual. VSKler SeetleM 5T4 ... STB
ARTICLE V. ....... .( tbe State .f Fle>Hu) a good display of fruit products is given by Dutton-Harris Co.; second school tax district be cancelled Offices: S-4-6- Citizen Bank I ; ,.
The officer of this corporation shall assured. C Tile hoard (rdtTrd said petition can .
be president, vice-president. a secreIary Notice, I I. hereby. given that John A. to- prize, $l.60t; third price $1 00. celled. BuildingKlaelmmee. .
a treasurer and a ,board of not Schrelfel' tea'.f; Tax Certificate The tables are being arranged Best candie j orange rind case of Mrs J. E. uf'.r.:7. ; : :& theMother Fler-, 4'. S
L. than three nor more than nine No 601 dated: of June A. D. day for the displays and some of the canned gives by R. 3. Floyd; : *' club the
directors. The offices of secretary and 18.?. has filed aald tax certificate In- andb marmalades which board and asked that an appropriationbe .
be held by- and theame my oll'.... and has made application for fruit Jellies second prize, $1.60; third prize, $1.00. made for cn.tru..tlnl pavilion at Ic.I
au r.J'; The board :7e to tax deed to Issue In accordance with will compete for the prizes have already Best grapefruit marmalade $6 in the high .chol bulldln. The board ,

hall be elected at the annual stock law. Said certificate embraces the following been sent in by the ladles of Cole Co. agreed to one-hal of the
situated In trade given by Jewelry ; second LEWIS e
holders' meeting, to be held In the City described property- ; funds necessary, pro..ldln. Moth- OBRTA
of Klsslmmee. Oaceola county Florida. Os
on the third Monday In January of wit: Ti-Klnnlng at the southwest corner The prizes Coffered for the event Best grapefruit wine $5 coupon There being no further bualnea the .' ... .
of the 8W f-4 of the NE 1-4 of section the merchantsof board adjourned until tbe next regular ATORNAT.LW .
have been by book J. W. Prentis second
VI. IS township 26 south given by ; '
The highest ARTICLE amount of Indebtednessto east run north: to rods, east. {r."afCOdl: Kisslmmee and the cash prizes prize, $1.50; third price. $1.00. meelnc.: C J TOWEL Waring; Building ,

which this corporation shall at anytime south 26 rod., west 2S 1-1 rods, north made up from a fund of ISO given by Best grapefruit straws, $6 pair of .
Two Hun rods to place of beginning W. C. $. .
subject Itself. shall be II The prize uf
dred and Fifty Thousand (160.00000) The said land being assessed at the the Hunter Land company. shoes, given br.FamUy Shoe store; Chairman. .

Dollars. II-U date of the Issuance of said certificate list follows: second price, ; prize, $1.00. When In Need of a i4
- In the name of J. T. Headley Unless. barrel of flour Ham PASTE FOB WALL PAPER.
I aid certificate shall be redeemed ac- Best guava jelly., Best_ grape" Jelly Star givenby VETERINARY SURGEONCall ; \
s NOT1CB. ctrdlng to tax deed will Issue given by Waters A: Carson irocerycompany G: J(. Taylor *V Co.; second prize. I is hot especially difficult to pa-

Notice I* hereby given that a bill I Iht-reoK on ae"'it day of June A- D.. ; second prize, $1.50; third 1.60; third price $1.00. the walls of a room U you g -For- )r

the next legIslature 19 IS. Best marmalade $2.50 in it systematically. "Uo ,..
will be Introduced before Witness my hand and official seal at price, $1.00.Be.t kumquat bt F.
of the State of Florida.the City for Klaalmmee Florida. this trd day guava paste $5 toilet article trade given. by F. H. Lawson; second to repapei a room have able A RCON
the purpoee of empowering provide. for of May A. '15. given by Palace Drug store; seconJprize price $1.60; third price $1.00.| table or some br apr onrtlorses Horses Clipped, .ant up.Lougbinan .
of KlMlmraee. (Seal) J. L. OVERSTREET. in the the fur- I
Tohopekallgawithin third prize $1.00. : Best juice $5 gold piece room ,
the .. Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County ; grape Road .,
the limits of said city of Kl- Florida. Best guava marmalade, $s in trade given by Arthur E. .Donegan; eetonJprize n"lr. Have a comfortable, safe lad i. ; t;', '

Immee. t. such determine work the and method to asaeaatntHtm of B" ,JAMES M. JOHNSTON. D 20-4t C. given by M Katz; second price, $l-0; $1.60; third price, $1.00, der. Ten make a big\ bucketful anda of Phone 111-2 KI.lml- :
erformlng brushes .
and damage against property third price, $1.00. Best preserved kumquats. $5 in pa.t buy OOTTJER :

'*, elected byIfectee stid work. Hayor. IN GIRDLE EFFECTS; Best canned guava, $5 in trader trade, given by Osceola Pharmacy; pair or long; strong a.sor Work M I 4 .,:i.' .

-St 'a IL R., MAT. given by W. B. Makinson Co.;' second second prize, $1.50; third price, $1.00. with a ruler and a measure Pa'It. IVeoorator-'and Paper Ifsnttes -

t. of velvet third $1.00. Best Icumquats $5 in bit of wall carefully before In Inside Finishing IA.
ribbons usually L5O '
The narrow prize, $ ; prize preserved .er the A Specialty 8011. ". ).'
t. '5 .ADMI1'fIrraATION' 1I0T1CIII. or with crosswise cord, or in Best orange marmalade $5 In trade trade, given by OaeeeU Hardware Co.; you paperingMake paste Work Guaranteed .- ., )

fta ssjatv.t.e f.C FII Ills.ars rather, heavy grossgrain with a picot given by.H. C. Stanford Co.; IeconA second prize. $1.60.third prlxe, $l.00. by mixing flour and pwder aluma A Reasonable, ba.rjes' .;. ,

Ie c... .. C-.t7 JS4ES. edge are sometimes drawn around the prize $1.50; .third prize. $1.00. _Best preserved strawberries, fiveyews' tablespoonful cold of.water to qr. T. ,P, Ko.'.j. Kmao..r.. '.. ). 1 1S ,? ,.,

,o-.Ia v....,.. Fled... waist and knotted in little bow and Best orangeade $5 In trade given subscription to the Valley Gazette of flour-with Then on S I ,

'?" : Bitate-ef a:- Lohr. short ends, or in long loops and very Q ;. second price, $1.50; third dough without lumIL rapidly pour and !'

hereby ...".n to all whom ends in the back but they are .. $1.00.Best .- water Robert' Reel" ,
<. "No%I ce U that on the 15th day of long ; trim ft'\I Von Need a Psasc:*! To ido prize. in cook thorougidy. Then add cold water .
: It may oonoem often used to finish or someother' 'mulberrpreHnell., $5 ,
A. a. iiI I shall apply to H n- more _* *' Tak*' Orofe** fy '. .I to brine the right consistency.The .tit;"
July. arrangement, or to give "\ ? second $1.50 thirdpricey t AND .
cash priM
eaJdleoart. girdle
\ .rable .'1'.' 1(.-, jkarphy. judge of the 71iO1tt i iBtaadaxd Orove'i.o Tastefim ; alum the) from souring CE C .
aa JiidgI of probat. for IDT analddl the effect of eJrd10Jines. without ? $1 JO.: kep pst. cold :.
valnable .. and
Lolor, chill iTonlo ts-eqaallj wt .
admJoI.tratoro"R. Ut < -. .:
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=,"'arut .that at the .\time I'M.". .",;4 1 i- -" General Tonic becaoee $eootalm die n. ...... Th.. Dsu lilt AI'IIct' ne .... water keep It from doe <

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it I St. Cloud Department / Additional,Legislature INews I 'I*'t(>Continued t JCJs.ln\m.e.from Florida Pace'shalL One.)"with._ :' I :WantAds.J"OR 0 '.- ; :.,..: "''

the limitation of this act. have the ."
I by ordinance to providefor (he ': '

. News and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our Own liquor Tallahassee regulation, May bill 28 became-The a Davis law ask tion permission of division.'to- vote, on this and .a'onl to assess( the maintenance the lakefront.expenses there the a warot SAJJB., One OR TRADE 2 c7., Bulck for horse la good and' "., <

.I GovernorPark on.the property which shall beespe condition good tires f, must, sell or ".
,' Special Correspondent Wednesday\ when Senator Gomto's resolution the Improvement trade at nce.(' ,X. M.,Jones.,p.,D.. 'f ,
Trammell), In the presence of a dele proportion. to the amount of such "
I gation that had worked for it* amend that part of the ,, or upon' the-abutters. In; pro* Box ail,' Xlssimmee. _" .?U'I; /:
relating: to taxation of widow's to frontage where equally ben
4 W. L. Pierce and wife left Friday spending the winter with her parents, signed the measure that will on erty was passed Wednesday in ". and upon si'l land Improved and DWELLINGS Jof'nnt. !opply/J It,
Mr. Mrs. D. H. Riggan left Wed September 80, at midnight, abolish ":.II by reason of the construc j TiileM*.' _.. "_': .a- ,/ -
of last week for their former home at apd the saloon in the state of senate, and provides the t of said bulkhead, 1 Including that ( .
t Vestal, N. J. They will return here nesday for her home. regular of changes: "Widows shall be the City of Kissimmee, provided that 'I
in the early fall. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lathrop, who Florida. A photograph was taken of $&00 on personal'property city council may by ordinance or WBEJUtYPLANTs-.send: 2.50
E. and Halns have been spending the winter in our the governor and the persons present of when bona fide provide for the payment of for 1000. ,Cabbage plants at 91.50.
Misses Murray Mary in the act of $200. they are part of the cost of such work or
will take a trip) to St. Augustine and Wonder City, left on Tuesday for their while the governor who was surrounded the dents of the state, whether they .... . a. falls upon the city Peach! plum, pear and cherry tree
I Jacksonville this week. northern home at Bliss, NY.. signing. Those a family dependent them or the proportion due by the city for at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light--,
_ this occasion were: Senator upon construction of the streets and ...
L : Mr. and Mrs. A. Sebring left St. Dr. and Mrs. Dunlap and Mrs. Ol- governor Chas. E. Davis author of the as now called for in the ... ... from their present terminal to __foot Chattanooga.. Tenn. 48-tf
r. Cloud Saturday May 1, for Chicago ney, of Columbus, 0., who have passed bryan as necessary to secure the terminal to said bulkhead through .
Osoeo- FOR
and Dakota. They will return in the a pleasant winter in our midst, left bill; Representatives Crippled included in reclaimed land; that th. amounts RENT-8-room residence,, 'ftur19.
-I ? la and of St. Lucie; Senators persons the assessments ' the nIsh.d- $IZ
ii fall and build a beautiful home near Tuesday morning for their northern Mckachern Rev. C. W. amendment to be exempt for the 0 benvfltted :'y&dald.'t': h J4. ; 5-room $10, i-t'Oelll;
Blitch and ; E.; Well '"real estaie toZsorance.
the lake. They expect to remain here home. of $IO( personal property. shall be a Hen upon the prop- and j ,
Miss Pearl Dunn, who has spent the Crooke, superintendent of the anti- against whlcti" It Is made, which 202 Broadway. .' ;r
,: permanently. left Thurwday in our Wonder City, left saloon league and Miss Minnie Neal, Representative Langford's bill may be enforced In any court of C '--I -. ir-
,. Mrs. J. L. Burroughs winters past Tuesday evening for her home at Can- representing the W. C. T. U. The grant additional rights and or equity. haVing Jurisdiction In the FOR BENT OB SALK-Two-story-
for Chicago. She has spent two I : powers manner that liens are enforced .
in St. Cloud and will come back in ton. III., and her many friends are temperance fight did not stop with the the town of Avon Park, DeSoto the general. lien laws of the store buildmr on Brack St-'North I IItlaaimm.
of the Davis bill however but of Florida; that the method of ... H. Stanford ..'
2 -f.
to her passage the senate while ; :
- the fall as she thinks there is no place sorry see go. ty, passed today, assessments be :
_ _ I like this. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McMaken who several other bills regulating clubs body was considering local bills.; I : ordinance and rlte In provided accord For Rent-Furnished flat with
Mr. and Mrs. C. Phelps left Tues have spent the last two winters in and other places where liquors are Other local bills passed with law and after| full notice to modern ]
for their old home in Flushing St. Cloud will leave for their northern kept, are now pending in both houses. by the senate wereNew charter parties. Interest; that the amount Improvements. See W B. .,
day Harris
; ; 4 .' Mich. They will return before the home on Thursday morning, stopping -. St. Augustine; new charter for I I In equal ' -
l first snow falls. on their way at Jacksonville, St.. To make three counties out of Bre- chula; validation of bonds for. period. of years and ::=ntt."r legal FURNISHED ROOMS '
I and Augustine and Knoxville, Tenn., arriving vard is the of a bill tee from the day It Is fixed and for light ,
'. L Mr. and Mrs. Cheeseman county, purpose county; establishing .. and shall Immediately be housekeeping at low rates for the r .
l Mrs. Anson McGill Otto Bleech and at their home in Fort Wayne Introduced in the legislature today. It drainage district in DeSoto ; .. a lien upon the property and re- summer. Very close in in plain '
I',, Harry Hildebrandt left Tuesday for a Ind., on or about the fifteenth day of is proposed to form Indian River county new charter for Boca Grande, ::'pa such lien until I paid; to take and view of )lake always a breeze '
trip by motorboat down the Kissim- May. They expect to return early in out of the lower third; Hudson county; county court for o . private grounds for widen desirable food all ; t
streets or thereof very location
mee river to Lake Okeechobee. I the fall to greet their many friends. county of the middle section, one county; local fish law for ' extending. part the same or,for or the for iences; large porches ; namber'of eoftTen- e
L. Vorhees, who owns a fine place Wylie and Reynolds left Friday for third; and leave the northern one- county; validate school districts ; :: "ouot'.. streets, avenues, alleys. rooms desired at ;one-half any win. V-I

near Narcoosee, and R. A. Anderson : DeSoto county to make re-survey third of Brevard for the present county Lake county; fixing limits of ., parks convenience or promenades. when tar rates. Call or address No. '14 i '

nephew of ex-President Taft. were in for the Consolidated Land (company I named Brevard. This measure has Palm Beach and new charter : w'public manner And form may provided so require by S. Orlando avenue. . 18-tf
St. Cloud this week. of Jacksonville.Mrs. a large delegation of supporters in'the Stuart in Palm Beach county. for condemnation.t and to assess t.

Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips of K L. Butler, from Kissimmee : (city and conditions as stated l by finished the calendar of local bills ;.':. cost the and oft'ns\I..t.; nrf pro fI rata FOR RENT-Two large furnishedrooms ,j

I the Lak/pview; hotel of this place, expect was in St. Cloud Sunday visiting with .these people demand the division. the senate. .. ,,': to require parties or their light housekeeping; single or'' ,
h' to leave here on 11 t trip through friends.The Broward county bill has been sign- I Representative Wilder's bill {<-nts. owning property within the together; rent very low.' 118 Main ", .
,. the west.. and northwest I. stopping in I Kpworth:, league held I their business (>d by HIP governor and today a bill abolish the office of municipal f! ,,, to bring. the level same to a grade or street. 18-8tpd --
If g p I by filling
(Chicago for a few dU"H.1.t ..." I to North i ' meeting and "social I Friday evening massed the senate to create a county in Plant CIty. passed the house, \' an shall l>e deemed necessary.or. ex-
I )Dakota where their brother. .Frank. / April :MO t(). at the home of the court for the new county of Broward. I waR given final reading in the e"I }' hating and exercising the FOR SALE-Willow baby carriage;
.. Blnich !lives, and with whom they will president, John M. Anderson.. Meeting Okaloosa county is provided for ;ina Wednesday. This bill provides right of n lien and Its enforce good condition. Mrs. ;JB. E- Naugle

stop a week or two; I then to Idaho. was opened, by prayer by R..v'l \lull introduced 1 in the house Wednesday the performing of the duties of :ria.a and provided street i In:uaving canes, when of side the 118 Main street. 19-t :. '
where their dauvhtl'rII'! '' 1'. 1 II. I Northrop after which t the. president I : by Hill Mapoles of Walton municipal' judge by another city I work of excavating or filling shall
I. :Scott livi-H, with whom they will, read the 14!'>th Psalm.. 1 Reports of This proposes to take a slice off Walton cer. done by the city after proper no- LOST-One suitcase on road between V

spend some t,inie. From t thcic hey I different, committees wore read and I and Holmes counties for the new Senator Cooper's bill to validate "neglect to the to owner comply or agent on their and part.refusal Kissimmee and Taft. four or five

( to Oregon, Coloiado. and Kansas, iH-repted. Several neW members were county.Charlotte. bonds IHld) evidences of In addition. to the powers herein miles from Kissimmee; it containedone ,
,1 f in the latter state visiting son, Fred taken into the league. It was sug.gested ( county is planned to l I.e issued l by any board of county , the city council shall have gold locket and chain one gold

Bnker. i I. that hereafter the refreshmcnts formed from a section of DeSoto I mishioners, for drainage passed ,.g'-J"e: and Imposed perform by all the the laws duties of bracelet, three or four ladles' shirtwaists .
,- t Mr. and Mrs Kdward: l.ambeit)" I anil ,{ l h. discontinued' and a free will county. This bill is meeting with opposition senate Wednesday. This will \ .. state of Florida now In force, or and other wearing: apparel
James Bradley who hnvi- spent the offering l h. taken same to he sent to from the representative from various counties of south Florida mav hereafter be .enacted pro. land deeds and insurance policies.

r winter here, leave Saturday for their the headquarters of foreign; missions 1'S<1to. Mr. Langford, the bill having proceed with the drainage I..". and generally town for and the not. government Inconsistent of The finder<<:" by sending: this suitcase v; .q
I home at Newark N. .J. for the l erwfit of the sufferers in Eu- 1 been introduced by Mr. RobRon.of during recent years and place the provisions of this act. to me at Lakeland, Fla., will receivea

Mrs. Barbara Johnson, who has rope. The following officers were Polk county by request. The people counties in a position to finance reward of $25. G. A. Brower,
been spending the winter here left then elected : President George; Clark ; in the northern part of DeSoto propositions. O O OOOO OOo OO.OOOOO.... Lakeland, Fla. It
Friday for her homo at Dayton O. f first vice-president; May Holilen; ....c'
,5. Born to Mr. and M r.... Morris Goodrich ; ! mid, vice-president\ Aida Blrech; HOME NURSING NOTES. 4 LOST-About April 23, eye glasses,

on Wednesday May fi. a son. | fourth vice-president, Mattie Wilson ; < >-C+'. OOo --4 I between schoolhouse and Dann's Department :-
,-I Mrs. (;Graham nee MISH' Rose secretary, Nina Dutton ; treasurer i iI !) store. Reward if left at
'', :: O'Berry of Kissimmee was in St. Otto Bleech; organist, Dorothy) Kas'liohm. I Keep the temperature of the sick Dann a. 20-11 t
d Cloud Monday. She came l by auto I'I It was mowd and carried 1 that The Nome Garden in the South I at about 60 degrees, both night I ,

and brought several friends with her. the league get up a program of their" j! I. .I I day. CCCIn FOR SALE-Square piano at a greatbargain

: Miss Mamie Spindler from New own for anniversary day May 11\< and"I I Merle of 5.nrtri. Artlrlm Kernlnhril by
. Orleans will visit Mr. and Mrs. K. ,I I have installation of officers in conneclion of ArInIurc.I bed and springs; child's crib; kitchen "
only slightly! raised in order that
V. Porter for a couple of weeks during with it. The following committee I ..:.. No. 6-ASI'AHAGUS. BEANS AND BEETS.:: blood cabinet- 901 Mabbette St. 20-lt
reach the brain
I .- May I was appointed(\ i the president to get ....;........;...............;-;..... - -x--. - -;_;-._-..- :._;. .K---- <---'ooC- may * easily. FOR SALE of bees '
J Arthur E. )Donegan/ who represents J IIIP the | n>irrun. : Mattic %V ilqon. Mrs Heavy quilts and counterpanes -Sixty swarms
I this district in the state senate took I i Northrop Miss l"Irfi'; time from his official duties to .spend |I and "id-i I I'.li-i I cb 11"1uft'r\ dainty re- every homo garden: where it will of pole lima beans, and I I ; the week-end with his family at KixMirmiee. -, frcohiwntstt" \ served! I the I league i thrive says the department of agri- Hush Lima I Droer's Bush Lime ht. tion. Inquire of the Bee KIrigvieJL.. f

The senator .says all lulls I a'ljournod: to m et next, month> with ('tutu re's specialist because it I is one !' Henderson's Bush Lima are good C'C Zack_Riles'_____store West____KissinUne____*. 2'.v AV*
before the senate are in fair shape Airs.t Ni i.-Ii uvuui".y,'r on (Ohio) avenue. of the earliest. vegetables and is a rieties of t the bush type. I I Refreshing drinks should be given ;

.. and committees are well up with .J II. I l.oinifs. ,special\ agent and valuable addition to the spring diet. I:. For further information on cold, but not I icy. They may WANTED Families' washing to .
.- their work. Mr Hull .if tinFlorida Inspectionand The soil for asparagus should be made: growing, read Farmer's Bulletin 'I rendered more palatable by the roughi dry, by respectable person.
At the Vreeland nurseries you con ICating\ lnrcau\ of Jacksonville, quite rich by the application of partly j entitled, "Beans." It can be had of a few drops of lemon juice or 423 Verona St. 21-Stpd t

see a rose named "The Pride I of St. are. in :SI 'l.nid for a few days. revising rotted manure before the plants are applying to the United States apple. 5' .
Cloud." It certainly is a beauty. It the fire'eoates for set As soon as the danger from hard ment of agriculture, Washington. CCC That all children should wear
is cream white. this town. frosts is over the seeds of asparagus Beets. I To relieve a burn make an applica double-breasted flannel nightgown.

t' x. Dr. E. G. Farris and I. W. Smith may be sown in the rows when the Beets can to planted\ as soon of common soda moistened with loosely tied together at the feet, or

., left Thursday for Hot Springs{ Ark. plants are to remain. Soaking the danger of frost has passed, even Spread this) over the burned made like pajamas; they will, thus be
;.. Dr. Farris will go over into Kansas seed in hot water for an hour or two fore the ground has become I and the pain will be quickly protected from. serious chiU if they. ('
;. for a visit, but they both will be in 0' .. SOME COOKING HINTS. before planting will hasten germination. Sow the seeds in drills fourteen t'B kick their bedclothes off.

-. ;t St. Cloud again early in the fall. 4 .* eighteen inches apart covering to H_. __ _ '

; Edward Krause and family, who OOtO.oooooto, .. O.O The seedlings should be thinned to depth of about one inch. As soon c ..;

-9r. L have spent the winter at Runnymede Baked beans will be better if they stand fifteen inches apart in the row. the plants are well up, thin them '
t a suburb of St. Cloud, left for their are parboiled before putting: into the Quicker results can be secured, how- stand three to four inches, i WHERE YOUR DIMES LAST LIKE DOLLARS.. ..:- -' '

u home in Indianapolis, Ind. ;aturday.p for baking. ever, by buying the roots from some Make two or three plantings, so : 7
p Major ChasMcArthur! left Thurs. . seedsman or dealer. The roots may to have a continuous supply of y :
day morning for. a few months' stay When frying* be sure that the fat is be planted in the autumn or early tender beets throughout the Fine Lot of Uptodate't I II

at Corondo. the famous east coast resort hot enough to answer the test before spring. Before setting the plants, the In many, sections of the south I .
.c but expects to return in the fall. the article is put in. soil should be loosened deeply by may be left in the ground through I '
i u. Among those from St. Cloud serving e. spading or by the use of a sub-soil I winter to be pulled when wanted. WASH SKIRTSIn .1
't ; on the jury at the .county seat Pieces of stale bread may be saved plow. When horse cultivation is to Varieties" recommended:

r ,; this week are S. W. Porter Billy Dale, for brown betty pudding, queen pudding be used, set the plants fifteen inche! Egyptian, Bassano, Early Eclipse
"., Bet Baxter. II. A. Coble Newt Edwards or bread muffins. apart in rows 3 1-2 to 4 feet apart. Early Blood :Turnip.
4. Ed Ely, V. C. Lenox and Lynn I C C If. When hand cultivation is to be used, Great Variety of Colors

,: Daugherty. I Meats and fish should be taken from the roots may be set in a solid bed N. G. Dye and wife left Thursday the ice some time before frying or one foot apart each way. Cover the c. PIQUE I L KHAKI

.. for Monmouth, la., where they will they will cool the fat.Don't roots -to the depth of four or five 4 NURSERY; EMERGENCIES. LINENE RATINE BEDFORD CLOTH CRASH
spend the summer. They will return * inches. The bed should receive a 4 AND PALM BEACH CLOTH.
here in the fall. ) throw the feet of chicken I ;4. dressing of manure or fertilizer each
clean\ them and 20 Skirts ia the LotTwenty
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. away but carefully
Floyd I year, preferably in the autumn.No .
That children should
not be
_ : Brown, and Mrs. Hayson, of Fnyetteville put them in the* stock* *pot. shoots should be removed the to obey their parents. Different Styles' sixes and lengths.Lot "

.S N. Y., left Wednesday evening Keep the dishes containing food first year the plants are set in the I I C C CHow No. 1-98c. Lot N. '2 41.39. Lot No. 3-$1-59.
for their northern lyime. bed and the to make linseed.
closely covered an.d\ the refrigeratorwill permanent cutting season poultice,
The Ladies' Sewing club met at be kept free from odors. should be short the second year. jacket poultice and a fomentation. SATURDAY: '
Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster's Tuesday af C * After the bed is well established, with C Silk Hose for Ladies,

c' ternoon. We ('all. it the Indies' Sewing If you are using tinned food of any ,. proper care and fertilizing it should HOW to keep her temper when a pair, only _,--_____________________________. 15c
J club, but the truth of the matter kind, empty it into china or glassware last indefinitely. During the cutting corrects her children.
a is that there"' is quite a difference of Regular lOc Black
at once when it is opened. season, all of the shoots, even those

: r opinion among the club members as * too small for use, should be removed. boots That and to allow a child is to to sit in Hose, oaly ---____?__________________________..5c
stockings court
C to what the real name of the club is. The water in which fresh tongue, After this, the tops should be allowed
: Mr. and Mrs. Mitzel, of Narcoosee mutton or chicken has been boiled may to. grow until late in the season, when The difference C between C C the MOSQUITO BARS COMPLETE

were St. Cloud visitors on Friday be used for soup or added to the stock they should be removed and burned '
ness of ill temper and that caused 1
last. pot. and the soil between the rows culti- illness. Doable Bed -_____________________________ $ 3998c
Robert Gibbs of C ,
Jacksonville at vated.
Apply a dressing of manure .
That an ill ventilated is
one time employed in a store in St. When frying doughnut mixtures use after cultivation and anew the ma- nursery .

_ Cloud. is here on a short visit this accurate recipes If too much baking nure to remain on the bed. and frequent fretful cause at night.of babies being Hammock -----_____-__________________________ ,
nowder is added the article will 80akfa _
week. Varieties recommended PaimettoConover's _
'S .
Mrs. Mary Gcssfbrd left Tuesday Colossal I and Giant Argen- '
for Monticello III. She has been here
for five years and will return in the Too many articles should not be put Beans. In compliance :rlldt."d law In : The Dollar Limit Store
in the hot fat at the
t fall. She thinks there is no place like any one time or cane made and tt !ae
u temperature will be lowered and the Beans will not withstand much col I announced and declared that an "

7. ..$ St.Mr.Cloud.and Mr. I. I. Sumner left on article absorb the fat. so they should not be planted until .I! county tion will, Florida be held on at Saturday.Bt. Cloud June HOME OF 4, 10 AND 25c GOODS.
C C C danger of frost is past and the ground isis, for
; A. jr. the purpose of
4L Monday for their old home in Lump- Warm cake and pie pans and rub begins to warm up. The first plant- mining whether or not the ::\ G. W. PERSONS COMPANY, Proprietors. / I
kin Ga. Mrs. Sumner's twin sister
I I the Inside with paraffin wax. This is ing should be made as soon as the II described territory hall become a
cial tax school vim
Miss Wood who has been visiting district :
I of
superior to the old method
greas- ground is reasonably warm and other Beginning at the northwest corner
them for several months with ,
L went ing the pans with butter. plantings may be made _t intervals! of the town of St. Cloud Otceol ; -- %
them. C C C Florida, on the township lineS v
ten to two weeks until the hot : ooo
I G. H. Lehker, proprietor of the days town>hlpi ,,26 and K and oo.ooooooo.ooooooooooo.ooooo..o..oooo..o. . .._.
When separating yokes from the i weather sets in. Beans- for the 'fall thence west' along Bald township >;
New St. hotel returned last
.Cloud whites of eggs sometimes a speck of garden should be planted in late .sum- to the east bank of the canal
Friday from a ten days' trip to WashIngton I log Lake TohopekallKS and East
.t. yolk slips into the white. To remove mer, and successive plantings may be ;
Totp.kaliga. running thence In
U. C. Mr. Lehkeru
trip was .
., '. this dip a clean cloth into warm water made at the intervals suggested un. southwesterly direction with BUY NOW
"', entirely of a business nature and he and wring it dry, and( it will cling to til about eight weeks before the first canal to LAke Tohopekallira e
,, left Thursday for Goshen. Va.
.t again it at once. frost in the autumn following In a southerly direction
arhere he will hotel for meandering of Lake
C ; manage a big C * Tohopekallira
should be tc 4'
Bush bean planted the
the point where It connect with Help Contestant
.i. the The New St. Cloud willk'
''"N' summer. Vegetables to be cooked by boiling: stand three or four inches apart in canal from Lake Cypress thence A
1 be in charge of MrLehker's sistar- should be put into boiling water as inches where. horse any along said canal to the T*.
rows thirty apart ::
b 40,000 VotesTrade
in-law during the summer months. Hoe dividing townships IT *
: little and if the'water is .
as possible, cultivation is to be used.. For hand thence east along said township
it< Quite a large party were bathing : added let it be boiling: hot. Steaming: cultivation, twenty to twenty-fouT to the northeast corner of Section I
-, ,In the lake last Saturday night. or baking is best for most vegetables, inches between the rows will be satis Township tt South. Range to
:. J. W. Squires and wife left Tues their finer flavors being retained. the best varieties of thence' ::: a.b: to the township line '
_ factory. Among tween 18, e
_ _,; ..i 9. '.'.' day for Covington. O.:, where they will I C C C bush beans are the Stringless/ Gr.ePod t-4onr _IXtown.hlp line to Day .
[make their home in future. Marriages of women have increasedover Hod son's Kidney Wax.Currie' ..o.tb.corner. of Section 16 Tow.aMp
Refugee ,
of Kissimmee St South R&nre41 East, ,
.Pat Johnston
!<. was'among1
15 per cent in the United States Rustproof Wax and Ward- north to tb. northeast corner of
:: the prominent out-of-town bus- during: the past fifteen years. well's Kidney Wax.: tion 1. Township tt South, Ranee SATURDAY AND MONDAY ...
:. who visited St. Cloud :
? ;foess-men leaist.thenc.
on . Lima bean., both pole and bush; west along the .
line between townships '17 and it "'
.1 .Tuesday.Mrs.'E.. Manufacturing: establishments in should be grown in the garden. These the 'southwest corner of Section ., :
\ ''l !:. W CoY. who has beenspending Philadelphia employ over 1,000 womenas should be planted after all danger of TownShip IT South. Range II We will "* 5 "3
"!4: : 'the winter here, left Tuesday overseers and foremen. I frost Is over and the Boil ...'wanD. thence north to' tb. township line' give forty .thousand -. i ,
"a sUItown.blp. 11 and 15.
- : '. ; morning-for her home at Bliss, . s> Plant the pole bean eight to-ten..... west< alone. said township lies to, r' '

... ..N.. .York."" Mrs. Joel R. Ninde of Fort Wayne, I in a?hUr and thin to three or four-af point benlnnlna- -- :votes 'on' each;, dollars : ;
-r- .-.-', MrsE.. F. Meek from Ind. besides being architect makes the become established! And also to /detersnlne who '
; and> : an ter plants ...&Cbool trustees of std '
-. :"' ''I... ,BJ'eniUe.. ,0.., who' have been spend- a. specialty of homes,; The' blIl8 should be'four-or five feet erve for two years .ext after' the ,.lecta .PURCHAS', E'i''t'ore 10\: ,
.- i the, winter f here. left for their .* S) : apart For..-bunch lima beans plant and to. fix the number,of,mills .f "; .- . ('
. .. -'n home) Tuesday-and they are Hiss Flora Holt, a Milwaukee stenographer five to six inches apart In row thirty trict lected school anaue.lI7toi' to be'levied said-two and ,' : L.'C"' 7-:: ..<+'....1, :

.; A .pleased-withour Wonder City. who recently fen' ) jybuOOO5 .to. to thirty-six: inches apart.' ,.*Wk '' The (Collpwlns nsjned. ptreons were :BuY TRADE- CARDS"FROM'cONTFSTANTS. I ,/ '
--JrJiy.WWi-. baa been $ has quit her Job so thai a.. ,When planting beans of .any Tdnd MintedTte.Mt at se.14election .- : : 'i-.f) ': "'- : -' -' "' -j
i girl;\ '. Berber.. Jack Simmons and J. I.>
her it. be'covered
daugh- *
-- -winter-with poor, may get f : tM.aeed should not ;over
rolon.1' Jolla ,. __
'O.:, 8. Watts e ,111. two" inches and ( heavysoljs, they Inspectors .
,. left-Tuesday on cra._. IfANNSDEPAQTMENTSTORE! ;
""" '" t "at.p ,New .Yo 'di. Is to lia&'Wom.: should not be covered more than 11-4 lioae bJ.-Or4e' *'Ct"t1l'it: ji. ar4'of : ;

-VJ. '.' ''. '; .-\ ..!.. .. en's Jlqn1dpal-compoaeduzelu..: to 1 1-2 inc......., - .,..V. J t n.Ids.,-Instruction.this.Yth- day' Ososola of April count A.B,.,"' ,: : "
( Dd b bJ": Of sively'ot in Varieties 'recommended: I.SieberVsPol : -' .
the .
>women employed va iSeal"C, B..TOWBLTU -

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