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 14, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00698
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Number of the School Magazine PRESS WILSON.SENDSNOTE Kuwnmee Florida.CeatlemeatEnebeed. and check for $130.to renew FIRST' FRUIT EXHIBIT Honda :Stock'40and+) Men' Buy Between ,

Head
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"The Utolakean" and my subscription: to the Gazette. ,

: Pleases Large Dowd.k . TO GERMANYDEMANDS I hope that ,before the year end I shall be' residentof PROVES BIG': SUCCESS Blooded 'Cattle and Sell. '431" ,

your county. Much depend on the completion of the Head.of Range Stock
'" S. F. & G. railroad. .. '
THAT rxxgXR REFRAIN j'' ?
MEDAL WINNERS Just a word of BETWEEN "
appreciation. I 250 AND SM
k FROM ATTACKS UPON am something of a ARTICLES ',
NON-COMBATANTS IN THEIR "newipaper fiend. I began over fifty year ago with Greeley's DISPLA TED'AND LARGE NUM. CROWD' NUMBERS. '

:C ARE SUBMARINE WARFARE ,UPON New York Tribune. I read both the Gazette and Journal BER OF VISITORS ATTEND. ,

ANNOUNCEDOther before the consolidation and must it FIFTY-TWO WIN PRIZES OFFERED '. .,
SHIPS BOUND TO PORTS OF say was a "happy' union"and WELL NIGH'11 1500.:
though not wishing make : :
ENGLAND
Splendid Programs Mark for improvement I want to ay that the GAZETTE IS

Washington May 14_The United NOW THE BEST LOCAL PAPER I EVER SAW. jellies marmalades.of fruit products*,, Cobb & Derby of ',York Ala: : '-.
Close of Educational Insti- State. government baa cabled a note etc., held undomanagement rr.
to Ambassador Gerard for J. A. ALEXANDER. of the board of trade of And Local Cattle:,
tution Year and Show tion to the German government presents, all 1315 Sixth Avenue. Greeley.' Colorado. Kissimm lat Saturday', proved Producers'
attention to great luce***. It was oven a create? Are'Both Well Plwa..Wdh'
the
Progress of the! Students. which ng has grave situation success than we hoped for especial- ..
resulted from the
violation
of the American right the high Iy at this .ason of the year when Results of:the Day;
on )
Another term of the Kissimmee seas, culminating in the sinking of the he; canning of fruit U. not common ,........ .. i "J sft
public schools ha* ended and another Lusitania with loss of more than 100 _ n__ and when many of the good housewives Kiulmme big eattl* 'sal and _
high school class-one of an even American lives. The communication have nothing of this sort left barbecue held last Saturday wee, a, r
dozen-has been graduated to take i Its expresses the confident expectation of CENTRAL FLORIDA to exhibit. success! a
place in the world some to enter into the; United States government that ORGANIZESFOR Between 250 and 300 *separate articles It wa* a success for thaw .....ia.:: ;
y the real "bread and butter" strugleand the: German government will disavow were exhibited, while twenty Between 1,100 nd J.SOO person
others to pass on into higher institutions the acts of which the government of, even diff.rent kind of products won attended. 1

of learning. the United State complains; that ... Fifty-two exhibitor pron They all bad plenty of barbecued.
The twelve members of this year's they will make reparation so far as DIXIE HIGHWAY ROUTINGAssociation prizes for their exhlbta. "neat and pilau to eaC. .
graduating, class. of the The exhibition was held Ut .
Osceola High reparation is possible for rDespite the fact that the. auction*:;
school inJurie.I' day in the Thurman
Hazel building between
were; Norton Maud which are without( and did
measure, oar not attire owing to th*
Alice Harris Downing, liar.Mildred they will take 400 and 600 visitors Viewed the ;
Wa&'DerJ stops to prevent the chang In the.chdal. of train/ass, s..
display the
per na Schweikart recurrence, of anything so obviously during day. 'The display the further fact .. .,
;;, that although
Anderson. Mildred Winn Nina Bra t- subsersiva of the principles of Formed in l Kissimmee With Nine Counties was held on the same day' mil the bi( -,
war- Represented other
auctioneer secured and attempted
was -
1 ton, Helen Jones cattle sale and good toad
Betty Pherigo, Clyde Fare of which the German meeting
Bursa and Earl Morrow. The graduating in the put so wisely and government so firmly Decides Upon Route and Names Delegates lo and many persons from oaUlde the to tell the cattle at auction, "
no cattle sold at
were aaetloaevery: r
exercise of the high school 1 contended. county had an opportunity to see just ,
which ended the list of events which Attend Meeting to Be Held in Chattanooga d what can be done with Florida fruit. head of cattle brought out forto' ,, +
marked the closing of the school year Again The prize-winning jar and glass** sale was cold at" private *al*.- sod.
were held in the auditorium on Mon HAS 20 KINDS OF in Orlando on June 10th. have been taken to the office of J. W. brought good price. .. : .- .It-
day evening.Other Prentis, secretary of the board of Between forty' and fifty' head of,
events held during the week ---- trade, where they will be placed upon blooded stock were sold to person uv.. ,

were the recital of the music depart FRUIT IN HER I The Central Florida Highway association willing to make a fight left no doubt permanent diiplay. The jar and ing In this Motion *f Florida by Cobb. h,,
ment under direction of Miss Myrtle YARDMrs. was born in Kissimmee last a* to the feeling for good roads. glasses of fruit which did not win Derby, cattle breeder and dealer*
F. Deals, held last Friday night the Saturday at the meeting of tho delegates The meeting was called by the Good prices have also been taken there and I of York Ala, assuring an Improvement -.
commencement sermon which was held in Fraternity Hall. Nine Roads committee of the Kissimmee the owners can secure them by calling in the breed of eatU In Florida,
t preached Sunday morning in the high Emily O. Tatman, who has counties were represented at the meet- board of trade and representatives upon Mr. Prentia. which will prov* of |mmn**,benefit
achool auditorium and the Eighth been visiting for some time at Stockton ing and enthusiasm marked the effortsof were present from many boards ol In order that the Judging of the to the stockmen. ., ,<'- '
grade graduation exercise which Ga. has left that place for Benton those in attendance. From the trade and boards of county commie fruit products might be entirely free The** fact ought.to be enough to'
were held on Monday morning. Large Harbor, Mich., to spend the summer very start of the meteing it was evident sioners. Addresses of welcome to the from any favoritism of the uncon- prow to even th* most skeptical that, aai

crowds attended each of these event that there was no question a* delegates and others in attendance (Continued on Pace Nine:) the sal wa not only '. *ucc** ,tmt-, y,,
', which were of a high order and i in Writing to the Valley Gazette Mrs. to the intention of the counties represented who numbered between thirty and forty ... WUt I an immense inccess. .' ,,t rlP( : .' .
keeping with the character of the af Tatman, who has a fine place in north to further the good roads were made by Mayor May of Kis Peopl earn to KIsslmme for,talc
fairs. Kiasimmee says: cause. Every one of the delegates simmee. and H. C. Stanford president sale from all part Of the cattle ral.
Medal Winners. "In your paper I see Mr. McPhatter showed a militant spirit that augurs of the board of trade. MISTRIAL RESULTS Ing sections of Florida and the baaew

The medal winners of the year an has five different kinds of fruit in his well for the success of the movement A temporary organization was ball ground,' where .the cattle 'wer*'' kt,
nounced at the various events were: yard. I can beat that and not half in this section of Florida. formed by the unanimous election ol f arranged In pen., resembled ft:pots r
Carson declamation medal Violet Bul try. I have twenty different kinds Every county wanted to be on the A. T. Mann of Polk county as chair IN PADGETT ,CASE tion of the big stockyard of *om* ..
lock; J. L. Overstfeet: declamation and several of some kinds. About the route of the proposed Dixie highway cattle-eelllng-eentor-euch *ai'Chicago.
1'TRUCKGROWERSASS'M
medal Gerald Rivers; medals given Ohio man who thinks north Kissim from Chicago into Florida and the (Continued on Page Ten.) or SU Louis. The crowd began coming -; '

by R. E. Ross, state chemist a former mee is a park and the fences should fact that all of them were ready and .... JURY FAILS TO AGREE IN HARD. into the city early' and -when the 1

r resident of Kissimmee, for general be taken down Now if Mr. Man had - ------- _____ _h noon hoar arrived the grandstand and
excellence; grammar school. Am May to stand guard at night and again in FOUGHT TRIAL IN WHICH- D F. the field were well filled. Shortly: af.t i i
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i Cummins: high school, Frank Calkin; the morning to keep a drove of cattle Business FENDANT WAS CHARGE D tea th*.noon hoar th*.barbecue waaerredand ,
Kate medal for mathematics Celeste out of the yard he would say keep the School Club WITH .THE THEFT OF. A. "DO ' except'fer aom'of the,
Mosely; Fell medal for essay by graduating fences." MESTIC ANIMAL mall inconveniences. ,which ;usuallyar ,
class, Edna Schweikart; Cole -CONTINUED found at affair' *,of',thUlktnd ft '

(Continued on Page Three.) To Produce Th. spring term of passed off without. anT'untoward-. -* i
RAINS PROVE GREAT a Comedyband. circuit eourl cident : rAfter .
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cams to a close on Tuesday and Judg* .theo crowd had been fed, Mr.
James W. Perkins, State1 Attorney Derby', 6 Derby, arranged for,
: SELLS EIGHT TRACTSOF The Kistlmmee Business Joseph H. Jones and Court Stenos ' 'J' -
AID TO CROPS HERE Dramatic club 1s hard at work School reDear.lne carefully. But and every one of the men t replier C. E. McCrory left for their . (Continued on _Pag Eleven.):. ..
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consistently drawn, home - ------
for their play which !! . _
they from the ,
LAND NEAR CITY will give, probably fussy, pompoua Perrichon me most important, trial to,'com ,
., County: Demonstrating Agent B. E. The play next Friday night.: to the well-meaning JeanJ The suscep'lble before the court-that"of,John Pad
., .. Evan .states ,that .the rains of the tin' famous selected 1* La Blche-Mar-I Major offer the humorous gett, charged with the theft of ft doIne.tie' -
farce
Beddeiihe.. of residence prop. past week have been 'a' big help to age of'Mr. Perlchon comedy" ,. "The. Voy, constrast of his exquisitely smooth: animaL -resulted In a mistrial. '

arty mentioned elsewhere. Breaker &: growing crops. The truck ha< been The first act speech'and manner with his uncoraprealising -i This case took :ip'most of last week PICNIC OH SATUMAY:

Barclay, real} estate agent, have sold I'NII-Ux.lmproved by'the rain and in depot In Paris open at a passenger.' exaction: of all that 1*due and. ran over into the .closing day of .. .
and the '
section it has comedy in himself ;
many been a "lilesaver" and his the court thisweek.'
eight five-acre tracts in Liberty Park "beloved compatriot The case 'wa* '
.within the past two weeks. The most for the crop. He say that in traduces M. Perrlchon a commonplace ." thAt French language. Armand hard-fought from start to ftniattTh.: .:, : f
to y- recent sale was that of two five-acre hi* trips over the country he found but wealthy carriage builder and Daniel are both of them gentlemen jury was divided from the. 'first balloiana Th Osceola Fruit; and Truck Grow-

tract to A, L. Stephens of Benton corn and truck both looking fine. and carpenter who has suddenly and good fellows, yet they are could not agree. Padgett was er assoclatlon-wiilcombine itregu ,
Harbor, who is a great believer In thil The rains have also been of great t come into a large fortune and ,wishes most significantly distinguished: the released under bail for trial at the lar meeting tomorrow. with-.' picnic,
section. benefit to the groves, he says. The to enter high society Accordingly former guileless frank next term of cTJurt.! to.be held at Mill Slough near.the-;
Other recent sales of five-acre tracts small fruit had begun to dry off and he decided to take a trip to the Swiss latter artful and Ingenious simple, the Other cave disposed of were place of P.,J. Hirlem.n. ,' To this pl -., .
; and such ,
were made to: Mrs. A. L. Stephens, the rain will do much to prevent this Alps accompanied by his w'fe and they remain consistently from the Lucian Huckeby, charged with carrying ale everybody U invited to,com and! :
George> W. Moore, of Ladoga Ind.;; condition. The rain will also check daughter a charming young lady. opening to the closing scenes. The a pistol, wa sent to the county bring with them their, basket of picnic t
:B. W. Browns of Chicago; Marcellu. the red spider and rust mite. Two sons of the best Parisian societyare contest between them Is an court for trial, the circuit court deciding dinner1. It doesn't matter whether w

Marison, Gome, N. H.; Elbert I. NaIIOlIkGOlle. attracted by the charming Mile. honorable one, and the equities open that it had no jurisdiction. you an member of the association. :
) N. H.; and J. M. Cooper Perrlchon and follow her to Sw'tier-; satisfied when simple are the matter. or not the association want you to S
J OLD LANDMARK BEING land. The contest for the hand of wins out stralghtforwardness The case of the state vs. Jim Hun com out and enjoy days picnic with', ,
over worldly wls the member Those who wish -
Mr. Breaker says that "times are Mademoiselle follows in a most funny son, charged with assault with Intent to' '.
decidedly: better" in the real estate and amusing manner with the outcome dom.The cast follows to murder was continued to the come will be welcome and the mess.l;
business of the November term.A. here hope to have a big crowd present. ITo
the improvement MOVED FROM CORNERThe success of the worthier M.
rapid Perrichon retired wagon builder White reach the picnic: ground selected/ rw +
hat been of gentleman a who
late. lie expects ---of course; and what is Bernard negro was con
I C Ansted Mme. Perrl- out the Orlando road to Clark How
; go
jury
t_ the summer to prove a busy one rather , more Important to M. Perrlchon, hi.a.cceptan'E' chon short victed by a last week on a charge >:;
ell's
very tempered wife of in place, then east across.therailroad "
than dull 'as is usually expected. Into the of murder the first degree with a go '- area
Jr "upper-crust" of
old Okeechobee Perrichon Miss Marlon Porter to the first house and turn'north'
building which society, through his ; Hen recommendation: to the mercy of the ,
son-in-law
has stood at the of The rletta their charming daughter to the ground.. fAt
corner Possiel ; Mis court was sentenced to life .
and second act takes place, at the "Sea Gwendolyn Crowder imprisonment the meeting, which i t. held fn, M
J. H. HARTZELL NEW avenue Broadway for many years,' of IN!" hotel ; Armand Des- by Judge Perkins. ;
being one of the oldest buildings i in''I t{ the on MontBlanc, while roches favorite suitor for Hf>nrietta's Walter Smith, convicted of adultery connection ''wiUTUst plcnlertt i-thef. "
third Is in
Kissimmee, has given way to the' ![ Perrlchon's drawing hand Lawrence Griffin ; Daniel Sa- was fined $50 and sentenced to i intention of the association to tak* ., !
MANAGER OF DIXIE march: of progress. I room and the last in the worthy gen- vary favored by M. Perrlchon, Nathan serve ninety days. .tep. toward Incorporation of the body : y ,
tleman's
This structure which is the prop garden. Bryan ; the "Major," fierce Zou- Israel Williams, who pleaded gait so that it can begin business on a \ccroperative . I
erty of E. L. Lesley U.being moved| I| Underlying the humorous dialogue ave of 2nd Regiment. Nelson Makln ty to breaking and entering, was sen basis for i its' member. .
J. H. Hartzell of to the rear of the lot and will be turn ot "Le Voyage de Perrlchon" there son ; the Landlady of Alpine Hotel tenced to serve twelve month: Thir meeting will decide a matter. ;' +
the Cincinnati 0., is ed around to face Possiel avenue. A i{i Is In the work a shrewd observation, Miss Leonora Fortner; Marjorie old Mark Small who pleaded guilty to of much: importance to its member M
of
new the Dixie theater '
having leased manager that number of improvements will be made j 'I i an analysis of character that lift It maid clerk of Perrichon, Miss Etta !grand larceny, was sentenced to serve This i* whether the
, moving picture'theater in the building. While the building is i I far above mere farce. It* insight WItherspoon; Lady traveler with six months. association's member truckEnwr8';
;i been from A.the A. Tano who has being moved, Mrs. E. E. Wells who into the ungrateful heart of man-- large family. Miss Lucille Pike;; The court was unable to reach the masse, as an 1 )t
operating house for several 1 ida
-months. had it rented. has) moved together a cheerful and reformative, not a ticket agent, (very abrupt) Hudson trial of Dan Brown charged with the Marketing bureau. F
' i with those who had sublet apartments gloomy or hopeless Bass, 'murder of Bob Johnson and the The Florida Marketing bureau i
in.ight.--it. life- Negro porter Nelson case
Makln i
"".. Mr. Hartzell is claim to afford the
an experience in the building from the like same advantage
Gray delineation ot the the son; travelers was continued until the Novembe ,
herbto parvenu porters
theater news-boys.
and has been to vegetable that the '
manager Inn Florida
stone where i
in grower
they remain
'i un i I.self-made man who worships his waiters, eUc. term. Bond in the sum of $10,000was
Lakeland for the past three years. til the old building U remodeled. 'maker and who because be has been fixed for Brown and upon his furnishing Citrus Exchange member; enjoy. "
.;' when he built and managed the Ma It is the intention of Mr. Lesley ata successful business sureties to. that amount he Joining the Florida Marketing, bureau
jestic and Palm theater later date to erect a new and modern his, culture in Included thinks all thingsare GUN CLUB was released from'' custody to await will add $1 more to the annual '
,' these ra'se HOLDS
; Be has put. in an orchestra under : business building on the corner, but "Le Voyage de M. Perrlcbon"; trial. dues of each member of the truck

the direction of his son, H. F. Hart- the moving of the old building is done plane of true to the Three cases against W. H. Savage growers' association. The does.,, nowY .
. ill cell, who is an experienced musician, at present because of the fact that comedy. charging him with fraudulent 92, would become $3. 1
:,4 of :years training. Mr. Harteell is also the permit has been issued for sometime Like all Lablche's plays, this one ITS WEEKLY SHOOTThe changing th..marking of marked; .
.. planning a number of other improve by the city council and he wishedto deals with the middle-class, the bur- animal, were again continued a for the 1...... ..... .. ..........:, t

." menta. Re says he mean to give the take advantage of it before the geola element in French life where term. Another case charging him WEATHER FORECAST ;. ,
: public the best he can for the money. time limit expired.CEMETERY natural folblea are net varnishedover Gun club held its first weekly with the larceny of a domestic. animal 0 +*. c,. ( ;'R
; Mr. Tano left this week for West with the lose of education and hoot yesterday afternoon since the was likewise continued. for Wedace
,; Palm Beach, where he haa other theater conventionality, but appear in all i reorganization. The shoot was hel d The case of Lula Williams, charged f Week Beginning * '.
i" interest I CLEAN UP their nakedness. M. Perrlchon' self- at the new rangp at the foot of Darlington with grand larceny, was continue I.*+ day U. fcJ. Weather May 11. Bureau 1!.15. Issued by) i .t' iR
Washing.-> t
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complacency never once suspects Itself avenue. I to the November term.A .
; Majorin Is mean "all over"; The score cards showed the follow final decree has been entered i in v ton D. O. '

y MAKES RECORD RUN DAY there Is no external hindrance to the ing score out of a possible twenty- chancery in the case of the Security 4o ,
NEXT THURSDAY *
1 ... exhibition of the weaknes within. I five: Investment company: v. W. E. Wim For South Atlantic and Beat Golf O'r I"

The feminine characters as Is Tom Ellis ..-- ------___________18 pey, et al.BOARD State .?>. .
TO OKEECHOBEE CITY r ably the case In hfs jnTarl..j M. E. Stephens -_-___-___________12 There will be rain Wednesday 6' : 11'
'VT.j.L j. .-. Next Thursday 1 i. the date named but lightly sketched In. He claimed D_>E. Haley __________________-. 3 OF TRADE TO 0 in the couth Atlantic states. O ..-..."',. < .*,

'if for the dean-up day at Rosehill ceme- that "woman, Is no joke," and got George Overstreet --____________13 HOLD MEET TONIGHT ** otherwise fair weather will prevail -' O'

.. '1C.. McPherson, manager of the; tery.. AH.those who have volunteered all leis fun out of men. Only In the S<
.*\n :3Sdgewatev: Farm, report. a record to'help"the work are requested, to be first act are the peculiarities of Ma- record In the second squad the following The Board of Trade will hold be about normal thereafter. ,i, N v
e'.tun by.launch to. Okeechobee and rejftunur on hand early and to bring along their dame Perrlcbon at all brought out; were made out of a possible meeting In the city council a II. C. FRANKENFIELD:"f'> ti.
chamber .
j din made the return trip with tool for the work.. the lack of refinement of her speech Earl twenty-five.: ___ tonight and all those who believe In *. District.Forecater:. .**r! .
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a tow in three .The ladle who will baskets, her crustiness when her ?-- - .. .t
Ky exactly! day prepare personal Ells 'u, .. .. ..
doing
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Tom ___ .tbl..to keep ]'KJMlnvmee '
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y and'. '.Leaving a half.1 there ,Friday' . at" 2:80 he_ for of 'ranch by the and automobile.who wish to' be called whileTlenrlette habits. .re' Interfered 1 the with, etc.; Jo* Sear .__-_>__- .-.._-.__ _._.._..23 7 map are urged to attend. 00tJ1e. It ...... ......*...> *. ..'' ,-
wa are requested typical
.;"back here at 8:30 Sunday, V : ... George Over treet __..___ ,.._. to be considered and the dn.stioof
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; tMcPhereatmade, record! thII.Deceob: Hard war* store.-on the of 1"reDcb'IUe, with no mind of her ,whether shows that the state.has 149 specie/ :
.':JI ,-despite the''fact that ,, n*'.had. .never day previous-M that th* lit can. be own and a perfect readiness, to accept Article should touch each others or bi-weekly.It-.1'best to.IwUl bold.',,weekly' but only twenty-five-ar* .,fit; toetj 4}{o1'>1'
before. been over the ..; *, 'a* tva made tot th* automobile bnsband a* ;mUng be dr and only vnteen A are .11OJlUD.rdaI .
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.:;,r. AiItJNGTiiE ETATE LEGISLATORS ',== ;STATE v NEWS CONDENSEDL; =' ,, |L i I :THE PART ;p BLI.H..i; :

Bf CIAUPB' F.JOUKSONSpecial j' Winter ,
Haven .
The Methodist Episcopal Manatee avenue opposite the :
I, hi 1 ;'Representative of the Valley Gazette. "Welaka.- on . 'i t1#, /

,I church of Nashua was burned to the courthouse. The contract called for ->uuU'u'.... w HUHHH.w."...... _ ..n.,.".. . ..w .w.w. . .... ......................''IIi'.V''
ground with no insurance The build the completion in four months, of five ,

r '.Tallahasee? Fla-, .May 12.-Tbe capital since the session of the leg ing caught: from a woods fire burning buildings, twostories, in height. The highest aim'of a, people nation I extent''by the newspaper,* ands the

(question of whether the state tax levy islature convened that shows startling pine trees some distance from the state or community, are attained stranger forms his opinions, from'p..
A "'will\ 'necessity' have to be raised I facts concerning the transmission o\\ church the wind blowing a spark and Parrish.At the'regular monthly only through publicity, and the j rusal of.Its columns; ...to. themoral j

this "year, ''Ia a topic of .discussion at disease. The bills passed at this session catching pine needles that were on the meeting of the county commissioners greatest means of publicity in the. and business status .affairs. of- the-
t ''the capital this week; and is a matter to strengthen the work of the roof. No one was near at the begin- held at Bradentown a few day ago, world today is the newspaper, Eub- 1 town in ,which It is published. .,The;'
for serious consideration throughout board has put the State in the front ning of the fire. petitions were presented by citizens |licity has brought about the high newspaper Is the boon,to civilization.;

t the state. The usual excess appro- rank. of Parrish and vicinity asking that i I standard of education and civilization 1 1I The backbone' progress and prosperity
prlations eacih session is approximately Winter Park.--A new fifty-six room they be. allowed to establish a separate which is the dominating power of all I and yet the least appreciated
$100.000 but to the present The bill making it a misdemeanorfor addition or perhaps more strictly district for the purpose of butldrol1ds I 1 the great nations of the.earth. 'Pub- ] enterprise.
up
the main of the "Inn" ing and bridges As result ,
firm to part a
time bills that have passed in one any person, or corporation speaking licity develops, creates a demand, a '
for restaurant or lunch counter without to be finished for the early winter : of these applications an election will desireIt creates or destroys according News Notes at Coleman Fla. t j l. :
"k house or another provide approx- S
Contracts let and build- be called at date to vote for .
all doors windows and otheisimilar are an early
keeping guests. Coleman '
imately $260,000 additional appropriations to Its own merits, justifications or Fla.-The Truck Grower '
over the regular amounts needed openings in dining rooms,, ing' operations will go forward atonce. or against the proposition. I whims. Publicity was the foundationfor union held a meeting May 1 where Dr ,, .'"
raises kitchens and passageways betweenthe We understand it is to occupy the and rapid developmentof W. Swicord was re-elected manager "
institutions. {
t for state Salary of the Inn and Miakka.--J. C. Albritton, of Miak- great \
name and hallways leading thEreto I the corner just west for '
have added another.$60,000 to this convenience the ka, according to the Tampa Tribunj, these United States. Through its the coming year. Crops are look- .
a, amount. The financial statement for screened, passed the house today I' will prove a great to has filed a petition in the United instrumentality people from 'all partsof ing fine. There was a nice rain last I ,
turned this
who
h" the two-year period ending January 1 and will go to the governor for ap guests, wore away States court, giving liabilities at $5- the world flocked to the' western week which was a great help to the 9 Ii'

; showed approximately $500,000 bal] proval. The bill provides further'.i year for lack of_room.=-- 905.17 and offering assets of $706.117( hemisphere in search of the riches. tomatoes. The Postal Telegraph. Co. r./
for sale]
offered
ance in the general revenue of the that no food shall be Moines C'ity.-Bainel4 City and vicinity to satisfy his creditors Mr. Albrit which meant ease and independence. has installed an office here which is '

I'' state, and it may be the intention of or exposed) for be sale consumed in a raw without stale, seem to be in the limelight in ton is a fruit packer and dealt in Every state was developed through of great assistance to the truckers in. ,, .I_ .",
which
teh members of the legislature to use nr may the watermelon world S. P. Smith fruit extensively at Minkka. the publicity course "d to it the marketing their crops. The tomato y
cooking at meat
up this surplus and stop appropria further {, shops, and! Ins. associated have a patch of -- I prosperity of all secUons, towns and acreage is not as large as in former '
I tions. On the other hand, it is pointed butcher' hops, markets, grocery melons that are the farthest advanced Jacksonville-Mrs. O. H. Johnson cities are indebted. For years the I years and crops will atart this month. ., .'
1 out that there is a likelihood of an stores, fruit stands, bakery shops, or of in the state, HO thebuyers and three childrenwere] drowned when good; old state of Florida lay dormantfor I '
food is any say
other where Rain
extra one or two mill tax being levied any place exposed who have seen practically all their automobile in which they were the want of proper publicity. It Needed at Auburndale-
for sale, without keeping such foodprop.eJly I
( to take care of the extra permanentappropriations of the melon districts. This is ]largely seated, plunged into the St Johns came with the newspaper and her Auburndale, Fla.-There are about JI.
: J that are provided for. I protected! by screens; and to due to the fact that the late ('old"nap" river at the Jacksonville-South Jacksonville prosperity has increased in propor-- 100 acres of watermelons planted here .
Jy The surplus would probably take carp' I. operate! any dining car or buffet car / did no injury to these fields ferry. Dr.' Johnson, who hadtaken tion to the number and quality of and at the present time it looks as
expenditures, butt In this state without having the same i and Mrs. Bland and if there is to be
of the first year's ten in his family going a very good "
There papers.
screened and fixes for fail I are eight or growers I
it is stated on good authority an increase I. ure to comply, with a the penalty provisions of the vicinity of, Dundee, Hamilton and I two' daughters for a ride to Atlantic ,!,I The newspapers of Florida today crop. Tomatoes are coming along nice- r) J

will be necessary unless theif this flumes. City, with )perhaps as much Beach, had stopped the car at the are the greatest factors in the actual ly and are standing the drought very :..
governor places the veto axe on the art. as two hundred acres.Tallahassee. ferry. As the boat approached the I development of the state. Through well, but all crops need rain baldly /

neck of some large appropriation bill. I The bill to establish a county court -- pier, he stepped In front of the car' their instrumentality state is now \
t When this session or the legislature in the new county of ]Broward has .-Governor Trammell and cranked it so as to be ready when forging forward with strides un- :;1

convened, it was the avowed intention passed both houses and is now in the appointed (O. C. Van Brunt clerk of the the boat made the landing. In some I equalled by any state of equal population When
of the members to practice economy, circuit of Leon to the car started and plunged buy.BREAD
hands of the governor for approval. court county succeed way up I in the union. Their standard you .
but gradually the necessity for various Hon. Henry T. Felkel, deceased. over the front end of the boat into of intellectuality, in

p: bills has caused this saving Tampa's commission charter, presented --- the stream. The physician was thrown i,I I to population, is unexcelled. Trough :
streak to fade No useless expenditure Jacksonville.-The Atlantic National into the river the which
away. at the request of Mayor Mc by car, struck I publicity and persistency on the partof
can be point(>, out, in spite Kay, appeared in the senate Monday: Bank has )purchased the State Bankof him. Dr Johnson and Mrs. Bland and the press sane laws are being enacted \
of the ever increasing number of bills but it was not introduced, and it is Florida, making the combined her two daughters were saved by school estab-
great
systems
that call for more money. doubtful *f the measure will ever be banks one of the five strongest in, the those on the ferry boat, but Mrs. lished, wonderful roads constructed, "Y
read. The first commission charter south with deposits amounting to over Johnson and her two children were Ask for the BEST :
; of Starke has introduced her great industry of citrus fruit pro-
Senator Adkins, $8,000,0000.West drowned.
for Tampa passed the house and whenit
a bill in the senate to amend duction has received world recognition -

S. S the election laws, so that persons who postponed.reached: the senate was indefinitely Palm Beach.-Conscience- HASTINGS SPUD SHIPMENTS. while her climatic conditions We make it. Every Grocer tells it ':
have heretofore registered or who stricken three weeks after the crime have reverberated throughout the universe -

; may hereafter register under chapter VEGETABLES; IN NEW YOKK. was committed, Nathan L. Edwardsis Hastings, Fla.-Potatoes are moving -all brought about by the news- \
6489. acts of 1913, in any precinct not alleged to have confessed to a from the Hastings potato belt at papers and the power vested in themto
y wholly' or partly in a town of 20,000 Receipts Heavy and Price Lower on neighbor that he had murdered I). I D. the rate of thirty-five cars daily. Over give publicity. o. BAKERY

; population or over, shall be deemed Most Everything.New Kharkie at Rita, a small settlement] 200 cars went to northern markets The town or city which has a prog- ,

i duly registered for all general elections York.-Heavy receipts, com- on the south end of Lake Okeechobee. last week and this week's shipment, it ressive newspaper has an asset of _

and special elections so long as bined with a falling off in the demand Edwards claims that Sharkie was ex is estimated will be about the same. untold] value. No enterprise, no business i

e such persons continue to reside in the caused the vegetable market to drop erting an evil influence over his wife. The total shipments out of the entire ) can or duce results equalto

,b election precinct in which they have and prices decline the early part of state to May 1, were 622 cars. that of a hustling and intelligently
Q4N000OOOOO/N
ao registered and their names shall be this week. There has been il gen- l'enHacola.-Lieut. Melvin E. Stoltz, The movement will be long? drawn out edited newspaper. The prosperity of k
carried on the registration books as eral cry from receivers for qualityand lone of the best known aviators in the and the shipping season will last", longer the community is guided to a great
electors. : United States navy, met instant death than any previous season. Prices THE '
more of it, as they in turn were RAYSTONE i l
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This amendment is understood tot being requested by the jobbers to get when his hydro-aeroplane collapsed ata last week were holding firm at $3.75 -
i of about 100 feet, falling for No. Is and 2.75 for Whenever You Need General Tonic .
provide a way to eliminate the objection the goods. This week the demand did height to $4 $ to $3 a
r made by voters in rural districts not equal the supply. into the bay The aviator probably No. 2s. The market seems to be well Take Grove's

i to double registration during a Asparagus is arriving in large would have escaped death, had not balanced all over the country and a The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless

two-year period for primaries and I quantities from all sections very: South the radiator of the machine struck good demand everywhere is reported.The chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ; ; I. V. TIUII.AJ, "rrte. I L,1. ".nl, Mr. ; ;

i general elections. I Carolina, Georgia, California, Dela- him back of the head, crushing the quality is much improved over General Tonic because it contain. the

y Any person may change their par- ware, Maryland] and New Jersey are skull.Tallahassee.During. the first shipments as the green stock well known tonic properties QUININBnd
ty affiliation after the general election all shipping. This vegetable is coming rain has almost disappeared. The quality IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive ; Open Year Round i \

i next following his registration in good condition from all points and thunderstorm here the a heavy of moving this week is of the best. ont Malaria, Enrich the Blood and
by making in writing to corner Builds the Whole System. SO cents.
I application up
and because of the
quantities
the registration officer, who shall arriving the new supreme court building, whichis Good Returns for Fellsmere Truck. I
not With southernand
prices are so high. railroad commis-
occupied by the Fla.-Local ----- -
make a note of such change and furnish California stock on the wane, Fellsmere, shipmentsby "
such voter with a certificate sion, supreme court and library, was express, consisting of peppers, tomatoes ,
.
however, leaving the field to Delaware ] -
struck by lightning. However no serious I
I
55 showing the change. Such applica- and eggplants, are increas-
+., dons shall be filed by the regiat.rationotrlcer northern, Pennsylvania shippers should and enjoy Jersey a, better the- damage was done the building, ing daily. The early pickings of tomatoes CASH IS KING WE SELL FOR LESS
for future reference. only a part of the masonry being are turning out much better .11'
demand. Fancy Jersey, Delawareand .
Bi-annual registrations must be knocked off the top of the corner. than ected and heavy shipments I
Maryland 'grass was selling at $2 The only one in the building at the being BABY SHOES
made this week. Prices
held as now provided by the statute, are are
to $3, with No. :2\, bringing $1.25 to -
F.
time was the night watchman, C.
of
A beans
I and such registrations'snail hold good $1.50. Southern stock was bringing ruling good. shipment one
Coles who received somel ittle shock
for all regular or special elections. day this week netted the growers
1 The pay of deputy registration officers from The$1 season up. on New Orleans] stuff is by the heavy stroke. $3.03: per hamper, which is considereda We have a full line of new things in

J, is fixed at twenty-five cents for now about over and if the commodities Molina.-f the county commissioners good price.Wauchula's.
I each registration and no board of Pinks Blues and Whites and All
continue to come in the shape of Escambia county will build the Vegetable Shipments. ,
f county commissioners shall allow any that they arrived this week, shippers for a bridge across Escambiariver
additional for such services. This pan Wauchula, Fla.-About 2,000 pack Over PatentsIn
pay might just as well refrain from send- the citizens of Molina where
is intended to eliminate the heavy ing anything to the New York market the proposed bridge will be built will ages of vegetables are being shipped

) ''I expense of registering voters in small The largest receiver of New Or pay for all approaches and for all the daily from this point, the shipments the new Baby Doll style with felt insoles, making them Y

precincts where the rate per day that leans vegetables had to send large bridge except the span. The bridge consisnting principally of beans which soft and pliable. The best fitting shoes for babies. .
is for officers have been the northern
F paid deputy registration quantities of chicory and escarol to would have to be a drawnbridge. Of- selling on ;"
makes the registration extremely expensive the dump because of thepoo r condi- fer of assistance in bridging the riverat markets at good prices. There is a Only 50c Pair. See Our Window '
;} to the cucumber Other a
county.JudiciaryB tion upon arrival. Curly parsley Molina, was made by H. C. Jacobi, large acreage. vege-

I : t committee of the house brought $1 to $3, plain parsley $1.50 of Molina, at a recent meeting: of the tables started to move last week. w

reported favorably'a'bill to prohibitthe to $2.50 beets and carrots Ic to 2c county commissioners. In lung Complaints-the patient, Shoe Store *
per bunch, Faba beans $1 to $1.60. Family
operation. of for freight trains on.SlInda of Florida vegetables are arriving in Pensacola.-The lIon. C. M. Jones, should be prop up in bed with the

except transportation. fair shape and with the exception of of Pensacola. has been chosen .to act head and comfortably supported
merchandise. The bill hast '
''been perishable strongly opposed, :but bids fair' beans, the market about held its own. as assistant United States district at4orney BO that the chin .may. not, press ; ; In the DanII Building J. W. Harris: Manager
the chest. a
until the of district at- upon
Wax stock sold up to $3 with green place
to become a law. A similar law has .
beans ranging from $1.50 to $2. torney now held temporarily by the 00000000000000000000000000000000000000008000000000000 ,b
been in effect in South Carolina for Bartow.-Lake Alfred Special Tax
Fancy cucumbers brought $2.50 to $3wlt.h Hon. Phillip Beall, shall have been 'r
School district will vote -
many years.The on $4,000
1 filed. He will assist in the .
No. 2 stock to
making $1.60 $2. prosecu-
bonds to erect school in Florinda. .. .. .
,'Iii bill authorizing the state board Eggplant sold at $2.60 to $3.50 for tion of the bank cases that are com- -..-- .. -..-- -.."' .. V'" -..-- .. -v- ... '.

of health to purchase a railroad car large size and $1.60 to $2 for small ing up in the district court this

.. to disseminate Information concerning size, peppers $2 to $3, small peas $1.25to month. e

the cause, nature and extent of $1.75, large peas $2 to $2.75. To-
communicable diseases, passed the matoes, much to the delight of the DeLand--Jerome Wideman, Stetson Fresh Meats
I't house, and having previoualy passed receivers, are- now arriving in much law, 1914, was recently appointed by 0ROOFING .

r the senate, will be signed by the gov- better condition and range from $1 Governor Trammell as prosecuting at-
ernor in a fe wdays. Flonda health to $3.25. Celery sold at $1 to $1.15 torney for Palm Beach county. Mr.
will then start ten inch crate with Wideman is a native of Deland. S
department a campaign per some as highas
1 I: of education in an effort to $1.25 This price is for the best Boca Ratone.-Platform shipmentsof and "

stamp out communicable diseases, going stock only and few sales were made at vegetables at Boca Ratone last YOU CAN AFFORD

on the theory that prevention will that figure. week were slow, but as two full cars 1'0 have the beat equIpped
do more to eradicate disease than South Carolina lettuce brought 50c went out, the total shipments store the, progreaslve times
cures after infection. The state board to $1.25 and cabbage $1.76 to $2.25. about average 400 -that'. why we urge you to ProduceThat's 4
ran up to crates per day. Install .IAJlO'r: IIIICTAL eElrrINOs.
has had a display on exhibit at: the Old onions were Belling at 75c to The moat lasting ce\l-

... $1.25 for reds, $1. to $1.75 for yellowsand Molina.-The board of county com- lag you can ,tetc con.equent17
i 60c to 76c for whites in crates. missioners of Escambia county at a the cheapest he end and It

f Kidney Trouble Causes The Packer. recent meeting, refused to grant a license fI..proof your. dealer and very or .rll.artlatlo.Aak U8. oar basinets and thanks to the good people of Kusiauaee, we .I "'

SPRING BLOUSES.The to the Molina Liquor company, for 'booklet.Th. are getting a good balk of their basiacss ia this line.
to operate saloon at Molina, northof
a
t Intense Suffering Pensacola. The appliedfor p.I.rae. Ma.... ........... 0e.see. ...
military effect of>< trigness and company K"ersree. A..
f trimness is carried out not only on the license a month ago. aza..vut.. Everything Brand New

I* i Sixteen years ago I was taken sick the cut of the new blouses, but also Orlando. President Charles P. Dow ?.. N,11
'with Kidney trouble and suffered terribly in their bound ---
Edges
f trimming are
of the Orlando board of wiU
] for three months. I did not with narrow braid, buttons are usedin trade Clean and Sanitary S
committee of three to at- CEU
t. work during this time and was most close ranks and bows and Wall sorts appoint a NG .
tend the get-together meeting to be f
Iy confined to the bed. After of silk loops and ornaments simulate .
'/ using held in Tampa May 26. This is the Ia Connection with the aifkett sad Florida Meats, we twill
other remedies I finally tried a bottle miltary frogs.A plan of the board of trade for kaadle line vegetables and other fans
u 1 ;I of Swamp-Root. I immediately began stunning blouse of coffee-colored the commercial Tampa bodies of south Flor- fly. Q a complete prod.c.HAr'i. .

i itc to feel better, and after using goldenrod satin-the supple, soft 1
ida to confer and for the
co-operate -- -- -- Poultry and Fish
seven fifty cent bottles was entirely satin so liked for blouse wear-has a .*, r,
advancemnt of that entire section.
cared and have had no kidney trouble buttoned-up collar in checker style LET US HAVE YOUR BILL

i \ since. I can truly say that I owe my and link cuffs fastened with white Orlando.-M. O. Overstreet, chair- WE WILL SURPRISE YOUIf [[

,1 1I good health to Swamp-Root. You pearl buttons. Four "frogs" of white man of the Orange county board of GOODMANButler

may publish this letter for the benefit silk cord, with loops caught over im- commissioners, will I represent Orange you want material, we manufacture
a of other people afflicted as I "wast mense ball buttons covered with the county at the meeting of highway
the and
from
with th. hope of bringing to their at- coffee satin to fasten the commissioners at Chattanooga May stump can save you

tentlon this most wonderful remedy. the blouse fronts, but underneath are 20: This action was taken a few days money. We Guarantee grade and Building on BroadwayWe

Yours very truly hidden snap fasteners a safer and ago after the board 'of trade com- workmanship to be up to the Stand-
fin give ia the Aato Latest Afcat's far Reed's Bread
saner closing than the compoas
HATTIE A. QUIMBY, widely separated mittee had presented the Dixie high- ard.

.:; .86 Spruce St. Watenrille, Maine. frogs.A way matter to the board-
;, > State of. Maine ss blouse of Dutch blue Georgettecrepe
Call Us On Phone 209
t f Xennebe County. is trimmed with black edge Sanford.-The Sanford Buildingand Yellow Pine Lumber Co. I

\ Personally; the above nam- binding braid and small eagle brass Loan association has loaned '

$' ,h51,*, ed Hattie .A. Quimbv, who subscribed buttons In true military style. money recently for seven homes and Promptness Our Watchword. .
"' above statement and mad. oath that One of the most striking, new 'im this makes about twelve new homes to Phone 195. KUslmmee Fla.

"". the same is true in substance and in ported blouses?; fresh from Paris, is a be built in that city in the next few .
t ----
act.ANNA: M.. DRUMMOND. charming model of sheerest white months. This building association has -
-. .Authorised administer oaths, etc1. voile, embroidered with I big yellow- done much for the city of Sanford and oo..o..oooooooo.ooo.oo..o.-ooo ooo.o.oo.o.oo.oooo..o. ..
,, centered daisies in a sprawling stitch is continually prospering.Tampa.PoatmasterGeneral. -'
j! ?* I** I K1IM* c.. Iltlmsmmt centered daisies, and a smart black Bur- "COW PEAS"AD
1.} m. It. Y. I .t leson recently announced that the rural Real Estate Agency. r'k

r't ,pm., 1'', What Swamp-Root Will Do tiePintucktng and hemstitching and service will be extended to a mil . . . . ..
lion not Included in the a......_a__ .__._
small motifs of hand persons the standard Tarietiet ia stock. Win
r , .j'. Far Too.'' "of. embroidery add present : seQ you e.. quart or
Send ten'cents to Or,'Kilmer ft. Co. their quota of prettiness to the new the routine service without increasing Realty bought and sold. as carload. How Many do yea waat sad when. do. yen want them
Y for sample slsebottle. ,...., which are so soft inmate present cost. Additional routes rented. .
N ; a Houses ,
Tt, iHnghamton, ; and so delectable ,in color. will be established in Florida at Manson delivered? l ay
It'Will convince anyone. You Leesburg, and Tampa giving ad- Taxes paid and Titles verified 'I

'I "k will also receive a booklet Valuable A tiny pinch of .powdered borax ditional service to 487 families and for non-residents. ( .

,Information about ,the,, kidneys and placed'on the tongue and allowed to will serve 2,236. persons.
", bladd.ra.When' writing. be curs' and dissolve slowly will invariably stop a F re. Life and Accident In J KILGORfSEEDCOMPANY':

''mention 'the ',Klssimmeeyalley! hacking cough the treatment relieves Bradentown-Contractor, Mock and surance.: .

'..ttr4. -Segnlar'fifty-Cent' and d:one- a sore throat' and a gargle of Btnhbs of Tampa, were awarded the Indemnity Bond PLANT Orr, FLORIDA. 't
,kJlar sise bottles for. sale.at all drag borax water is excellent: for the throat, contract at Bradentown for greeting \ : ,. :
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r <,*r---toreaJ: ''I. 1I.' *::,ill .go.4t, being both cleansing'and healing. the.. fire Y,,4 new. stores' for. J. W; Stevens . . '
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J. TRIBUNAL'
SUPREME APPROVES
medal for Latin for graduation' class MEASURE PASSED' BT STATE ,
only. Mildred1\ Wlnn/ state declamation ,
medal won inr"*contest with other r LEGISLATURE IN 1.11 PRfcVItK,
schools: at Lakeland by f'
ing.' This"is third state declamation : .
,medal won by an Osceola High school
student in the last few yeah ,
:The graduation exercises of th.1 nigh N

school: were unique this year Theprogram and '
given, was a visualization of 1'i
,the May Issue of the Utolakean. the
high school publication. The program ion
opened with a number .by the High the i
.school chorus-:.-"Anchored," by G. A. :
Veaxie, which was perfectly renderedby to y
splendid voices of the members-of f. ag
; the school. This was followed by a '
jiumber by the high school orchestra ,
"Swedish Felt March' by A. Per
by ,
hiss Hazel- Norton then explained '
the program of the evening while a
monster reproduction of the title page
of the Utolakean painted especiallyfor

living the pose occasion of the was Indian shown portrait with in a l HARPER RALPH. CASLER MILDRED KIRKBRIDE I WINN ROBERT HARRIS DOWNING MAUD ,ALICE :WAGNER I II is '
: -
the center. der
Each member of the class was then ,
shown posing with face only showing ,
through an opening in a large white
poster representing. pages from the 'i
magazine. As each: member of the '
class posed Miss Almena Leitnerof -
the faculty read a brief biographyand -
gave some short epigram voicingthe : I las ror
characteristic of the "student
whose face showed on the living photograph r ",

giving an exact reproduction .
t of the usual photographs of the class --- .. s
published in the final number'of the : rl

publication. Each "living portrait"brought of 4,
forth peals of applause and I the
murmurs of approval from the audience of

i '
Following the rendition of "Wood- tal
land Echoes" by A. Czibulka, by the i ,
high school orchestra, the members of I I
the graduation class gave various :
;, other numbers from the Utolakean as I
follows: I the
Editorial-"A Backward Glance" in
4 Maude Alice Wagner.
Editorial "Looking Forward," I HELEN HILL JONES ANNA MILDRED ANDERSON HAZEL NORTON BETTY PHERIGO I the '

Harris Downing. .
y Athletics-Harper Casler. the
Original Story "Greater Love ..
Hath No Man Than This" Edna e I {
Schweikart. This story showed un- Ing r
usual story-writing ability for a high the
school student and indicated that the bonds."V
writer has a bright future before her. I the ,
Exchanges-Mildred Anderson. the
Locals-Mildred Winn. the
i Alumni Notss! Nina Bratton. This ,
number since it gives in concise forma \
history of the graduating classes of '
past years, is riven at the close of -
this article in full. in

Original Poem-"The Racers. ," Hel- ty ,
en Jones. the
Original Story-"The Preacher," sr i : ?k
Betty Pherigo. This was another well n
written story, splendidly conceived. the ;
Bits of Nonsense-Clyde Buzza. '
-Phis number showed a keen sense of'humor .
_
; on the part of the author and I
II
Vas well delivered. I :
: Our Advertisers-Earl Morrow. In I rer ?'
this number due appreciation was I, he
shown the business men of the city ,
who by their patronage have aided EDNA WILHELMINA SCHWEIKART EARL RAYMOND MORROW CLYDE ALBANUS BUZZA NINA DORENA BRATTONThe I

the high school in the publication of de
Its magazine.The of .
evenings program was ended class of 1894, though still .mallin Springs Fla.; while John Snell is per- bert Spelr. of Sanford Carson also of the class of '12 Is a An
iu by another number by the orchestra: number made up in quality whatit forming his life work as,* a medical Of the live members of the class of member of this y..rgraduating ,
and the presentation of diplomas and lacked in quantity for it boasts of missionary in China. 1906, Mrs. Florrie Lawson Overstreetis class of Columbia'college. at Lake '
awarding of medals by County Superintendent Arthur E. Donegan our state senator The class of 1900 was composed of the only one who still lives in our City. Corinne Gilbert ofo ; this city; '
of Schools, C. E. YowelL and Charles L. Bandy our county tax four members, Miss Cecelia ; Mosley. viclnty. She and Mrs. Breta :Butler Helen''Chase, of St. Cloud;; and ,Justin ..
By the ready flow of wit which he collector. The noble women who were of Dothan. Fla.; Robert Watson, of Singletary were teachers in ,the.primary Safford., of Lenolr, N. C.,-who, wasa of
i, Injected 'Into this part of' the' even- also members of this class are Mrs. Miami; Mrs. Vera Porter. Miller of department of our school before teacher in the primary department ,
Ing's program Superintendent Yowell Berta Johnson Steffee, of this ,city; this city, and Mrs.' Virginia Parker their m.rriage.The boy. of this class of.. .our schools after her graduation" ;
'added greatly,'to the enjoyment of Mrs.. Ola' Oliver Massey, of Dayton Dunne who was-a teacher in the primary are Hensley Anderson of Plant City; ....alao members of the class of 12. for
those present, One feature oft the 0.; and Mrs. Ruby Rose Rogers 01 department of our school before Guy and Arthur O'Quimv of St. Pet- Miss Cecelia Overstreet and' Miss It '
Jean of the class of 18
.1:, evening was the presentation a DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Mrs. Rogers her marriage.The ersburg. Thomas, are
'r( monster diploma to Professor Evans became a teacher in the intermediate girls were In a large majorityIn The class of 07 are Mrs. Wills Gilbert valued teachers In the intermediate
Li. principal of the schools, to which he department of our school after her the class of 1901. Miss Albina Bowden. of Leesburg; Mrs. Mattie department of our school. Miss Bessie '
[.11'-,!I.* responded with a brief but humorous graduation.The Smith who is and has been for sev- Prevatt Bird of Lake Butler; Mrs. Whidden is a member of the faculty ing ;
::.. speech. class of '95 was composed of eral years, an efficient member of our Camile Morrison Butler of Stockton of the St. Cloud school. The :
The arrangement of the program Miss Albert Hinton, who now residesin school ; Mrs. Ruth Snell Davis, Ga.; Mrs. Mamie Woodall Jeffords andMrs. other members of the class of 18 are 4
and the excellence of the numbers Miami; Frank Farnsworth, a Uni- of Homestead; Mrs. Emma Davis Charles O'Berry both of Kissim Lacy Johnson Sam Lupfer Lucy its ;
flhowed forcibly the valued efforts of ted States surveyor of Dayton, Tenn.; Tedder of Plant City; Mrs. Lizzie mee and Charles Overstreet of Hast- Buckles, Mildred Lee, all of Kissimmee ,
Prof. R. M. Evans and his corps of and Lee Bandy, now of Orlando. Johnston Parker, of Clearwater, and ings Mich. Mrs. Jeffords' was a primary ; and Dwayne Fisher, of Marion eel
teachers in making the Osceola High Mrs Henrietta Jennings Campbell bf teacher in our school after her Ind. : i'
There was no graduating class of The members of the class of '14
school one of the best institutions of two membersin Nocatee, are the girla of this class.: graduation. are
96 and only
learning of its kind in the state. the class there of were'97. Mrs. Kansas Folsom The boys are Dr. W. W. .Carson, a The class of 1908 was the last class Lucy Withersppon. Nathan Bryan of ;
r The high school auditorium was filled successful dentist of our city and Ern- that graduated in the old school build- Harold Buzza Edward Newton, Eleanor in
of and Sam
with parents and friends of the Waring, Lakeland est Overstreet, a prominent businessman ing, as the school house was burned Mosely and Nellie Calkins, of this ;
Farnsworth of Tenn.
schools. The audience showed its appreciation Dayton, of Miami. during the summer of 1908. This classis city; Miss Alys Johnson of Portsmouth ,.
by frequent and hearty ap-' The class of '98 eclipsed in numbersall The class of 1902 is more modest in the largest class to graduate before 0.. and Miss Alice Stub of
former classes-there being eight Cleveland, O. Miss Witherspoon is a f
plause. numbers and ceding the boys the majority the class of 1915. The members are '
The article read by Mias Bratton on members, all but one of whom have Beaucham Steffee, of this Misses Ruby Ellis, Mary Carson Ef- teacher in the primary department of .
the alumni was as follows: left Kissimmee. Capt. Clay Johnson, class has shouldered his gun and en- lie Lawson, Mrs. Marietta Phann this school.Last We y
Jus one year ago the Alumni Association jr., is yet with us, guiding the Lille tered the Philippines to assist Uncle Ragsdale; Messrs. Joe Butler Verner but not least comes the classof ,,
: of the Osceola High school through the lakes and canals to Bas- Sam in a mild but positive way to Ellis and Earl Minx, all of this city; '15, who after tonight will be members the :
was formed here at the school house senger. Edgar Oliver and Miss Helen introduce American ideas His( classmates Miss Eleanor Van. Duzor, of Orlando; of this .alumni association. of the the
and a few days later the first! banquet Carson were happily married and are are Carson Hinton and Mrs. Henry Moon of" Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. O. II. S. Its
Iff was given. The officers of this asso- now residing in Savannah, Ga. Miss Janet Watson Charles, of Miami.In Rachel Leake Adair, of Clinton, S. C. .
"' ,Delation are: President Mrs. Rose Lillie Farnsworth was a member of the class of 1903 the membersare Miss Lawson and Mrs. Adair taughtin
:... Johnson Dann; vice.president, Dr. W. our faculty for a while but is now four to one in favor of the girls. 'oUr school after their graduation.The .
.\ W. Carson; secretary, Ming Cecelia principal of the primary department Miss Elizabeth Aultman, who residesin members of the class of '09 are
Overstreet and treasurer, C. L. Ban- of the Sanford schools. Mrs. Vesta Kissimmee has since her graduation well known in Kissimmee as most of Free Paint
Wilson Potter, of Palm Beach, Miss taught in our schools and in Co- them were born and reared here. i
dy.Eighteen hundred ninety-three saw Lillian Norton of Atlanta Ga., Alias lumbia college, Lake City; Miss Lan- Those who still reside in our city are I
the first graduation class of the Os Bertha Teasley and Mrs. Mary Earn- nie Bass now deceased: was for some Mrs. Berta Bryan Weaver. Misses
ceola Hign school. Professor Ellis est Wilson, deceased, are the other Marie Huddles Ruth Butler and' '
time a member of our faculty; Mrs. Paint half Devoe the -
having raised our school from eleve members of this Class. Ruby Olive Carson, of this city Mrs. Albert Parker. The other membersare your job ; paint
grades to the basis of a high school.: The two members of the class of Alma Bass Overstreet, deceaeeL and Mrs. Estelle Overstreet Partridge,
The two members of this first class, 1891 could hardly be separated a James Carson, a prominent lawyer of of Miami; Mrs. Maud Alford Smith, other half whatever you like.If "
'.. who are both well known in Kissimrmee greater distance. Mrs. Firsie Over- Jacksonville, are the other members of Clearwater; Miss Cornelia Morrison
,, are Mrs. Rose Johnson Dann, of street Arenburg who for a long times of this class. of Tampa, and Martin O'Berry,
'J', Miami, and Charles' Farnsworth of a member of the faculty of our The class of 1904 Is the one and of Gainesville.The Devoe doesn't take less gallons and ,
tf.1'Jt.JfD i pa. school, is residing at Green Cove only class composed wholly of boys to class of 10 was a class of girls.

be graduated/from: the O. H. S. Surely They were the first to graduate In cost less no The cost of putting i-
they felt lonely not to have any the new school building. Cupid claimed money, pay.
?r U6H! CALOMEL YOU S1CKIDON'T girlc to share with them the honorsof three of these girls, but the other .
: MAKES the class. Nevertheless, these four have thus dodged the darts of it on is about two-thirds of the job., ',
boys have each found a wife, who will that cunning fellow. Mrs. Margaret
share with him the joys and sorrows Blackwell Kirvin. of DarlingtonjaS. C., '
STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED ] of his life. Pat Johnston and Kenneth is the only \member of the class who If Devoe doesn't wear a year or two ,
Butler are progressive young men of has left Kissimmee to make her borne.

.,. our city, while LeRoy Ovemtrjjt it Those who reside here are Mrs. Mae ; years or three years or four years longer, ;
living in Haines City. Grave. Ellis Mrs. Essie Winn Dale,
-r-.DodSaI'S; :: liver TODI" Will Cleu Your Your druggist or dealer sells ;you a Nineteen hundred five divided the Misses Annie Carson, Bessie Mosely, better-we'll \ 3A
60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver distinctly longer and give
Tone
cia: -.H evenly, three girls an-1 theebeys. Vlrll'lrrlaTIU.r'.and Rhea Pherigo. you
;; Slugglsli Urn Better! Tin Calomel under my personal guarantee that it Tints Elizabeth Carson after Phyllis Jarrell of the class of 1911

'f ud Cn Not Sallntl. will clean your sluggish'liter better than her graduation at J, B. Stetson uni has for two* years won the tennis enough to do it again. .
nasty calomel; it won't make you sick a member of the facultyof championship: at the Florida State t
Kf,i' Calomel makes sick- lose are and you" can eat anything you want Columbia college; Eugene Bryan is College for Women. Sho is a mem ,. 1
;you
you
: But how it will all The best half
we warn turnout .
._ work. Calomel is quicksilver and without being salivated.our: druggist representing Wilson A Toomer Fer- ber of the graduating class of that you : ;
it salivates) calomel injures your liver. guarantee that each spoonful will start tilizer Co. of Jacksonville The other college this year. The other membersof of your job will cost you so much less than the pthcr.half: ,and'' j
'If bilious feel. lasy, sluggish clean bowels members of'this class are Mrs. Ivy the class of 1911 are MaudsThorn-
you are your liver, and
nd all knocked out if :your ells are straighten yOI1'up by your morning or yea CloUgb Johnson of Leesburg; Mrs.Geneva area of thiieity Mrs. Kate O'Berry wear so much better too that you'll'never divide:It'again,;:. .: .S?
Aultman orE! Paso Tex. Clarence
tasUpated and your' bead c or Chlldrea Simpson Duncan deceased; : 4t < ;eYou'won'tget
of get your money-back. gladly John Johnston of St. Cloud and Her. Johnson, of.Orlando and Zelce; Phe. ;
j otomaeh. is soarJust take a spoonful t\
take Dodson's Liver Tone because it is' free yo'llget -
-
i.
your.paint ;
yarmlesa/ [ Liver Ton insteadDodson's d rip of Palm Beach. :\ ': ; ,
pleasant tasting -and .doesn't gripe or ,*" Efon Guice of the class of '12 'will ,
calomel .
[of using sickening sail vatingt \ Caret -
od.on'a Liver! 'Tone is real liver media cramp or.mak. them sick.- : ;HCallihfe be graduated from the Florida State ;what'I is better, you'll ,know:DevoeYAii'tak; : "
-cine )'ou'll know it next morning be- I aau selling-jnUlIotoa: of bptttee ofDodson's Wedding Announcements col Women, in, ,.June.. .1.fI.. : .. ; .
',,.-cause "youwill wakeup' feeling, flue, Liver Tone to people who have Ertferavin*Wfc Work a Specialty, 'knowstrong; paint 'you'll 'knowweakpaint"and i ;;.:, r.
air liver will be'working;.jour bead- found that'this pleasant vegetable liver ; 8".t < Qus anteed : ;
; Max .. .si't
Can Seras theft..
he and cU ..... .use\you stomaeh medlsiMt ... hft 01,,dangerous' Send for(A-ice. and Sample OfcJ Ks. '. ,: f' ,
" = The_--u.rel......._.. .. the questlopis;. settled h "!'
U be sweet'sad bowels You'll-reirular-.Yew. -I-- >b en os'my: sound LEs JEWELERS me.d. y Uoe ............ aid ......... EMOil. : ; ; ay
.. ,
feel like werkiag. rinse nwMllr ,4* 7 yon, druggist. .JAX-F. r.rht's AoodMpde b..u.. It..!!... I' '

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.. /? The' Kissimmee' 'Valley r 'G'azett'eIIBJDD : ,,,_ .Osceola. and, :Good;Roads IIY" :SB.Id'Abou't 'c *,, BetterTiHusCothtg" //If

,
r ? ; OFFICE m 'ALLA.T'OAZA' BmLDII One important 'fact.ttood' "out in 'the meeting'>

t '. t11gEAYIaY10tFRIDAY.08CJIIOLA COUNT. rLORID .' representing,! ninO'COIn: ea.held in Kissimmee, last Saturday, when the,Central: t KissimmeeAt : JOSEPH .Yi PORTER. "' ':'
(Br )
J ye.
fixed in all the
formed hat fact'
.
Florida Highway'association was was .
e AGNEW '_ QWNERS State) .Health. Officer. ; ,)
E. G. VANS .
f WJ R., HARRIS and ? -
"
argument pro and con in, regard to' the Dixie highway or any other highway good roads meeting in Kslmmee .r .rfi.:. ;

h j ., E. E. NAUGLE., Editor and Manager._ that would pierce the heart of the ttate. It wat'that no matter how the other ; ,the so-called "Central Rout '1P'I f
'
", ,
1'r .i1 i i'i i1.. '' i. T" 'ii' i_-____----el... counties fought for this route or that Kissimmee and Orlando were pivotal was endorsed for the proposed Didct: The signs ot'the'times "are for better ',;.

One tTCBSCRIPTIOH copy six l month RATES._:___One____00"___."l.eo. one One rear-copy, ,three- enonlh---___ .fl points, they were on all the route .usg sJed. would highway start, into at Lake Florida.City This, taking rou In things An educated in Florida.public, sentiment. the .t:

,
; except from our authorised correspondent, must be This fact should be pleating to'the good roads people of both Orlando Orlando, Gainesville Ocala, KIsslime result of a quarter century of earnest ."

.1. al...ed All by communication the writer. and Kissimmee. To be thus placed assures both Orange and Osceola count Okeechobee City, Bartow, Arc work by the state board pf health to>t: j

t iUJected matter will not be returned unless- called for._ of a part in the building of great state highways which will connect and. histogether dia and thin east to Palm Beac, bring the people of the state to a high ::1
?:; -Postofflce \In Florida, as seoond-elaas matter.) : ending at Miami. er appreciation of the value of, clean
Klsslromee.
a Bntered at the ,_. _. the seats of the fertile central Florida tection. '
.,. - -, _.--- -- -- ---- -- county Thls route if detected, of court living, has been reflected In the'prog-' ;
0 FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915.-. When the committee named to effect a compromise on the proposed rout. would 'cut out Jacksonville When receive action of the legislature! ,.noW'. iI

I vI .- ing of the Dixie highway through central Florida reported it proposed a inajor seen in reference to the matter, F. ''O. in session at Tallahassee. Already the '
----- -- and a minor routing and on each of these routes are found Kissimmee and Miller, president of the Florida State upper branch of this body baa given ."1''."-1"
Success Good Road association merely atated an serious head to. the suggestions for >'
F Fi> Cattle Sale a Big Orlando. Both routes call for a long stretch! of roadway in Osceola count that hs was highly gratified at the legislative betterment of Florida's')' I i

? One would provide for a roadway through the county from the Orange ounty enthusiasm shown at the meeting tor health laws, and there seems to be ;
held \\i
At announced in the news columns although the big cattle sale .at line to the Polk county line and another road across. the southern portion i of food roads no doubt that the lower house will ';1:

Saturday was not carried out according to the original plans, it was a big the Okeechobee City. The other route would provide for a road "I am glad Kissimmee is interes confirm the action of the senatorial
a county near sd," said he, "and I am going to I tone be law-makers. f
h' > tuccess. sold the stockmen of this 1 from the Orange county line to Kissimmee and thence eastward through St. of the first to ride over those For more than twenty-five years the
A large number of Florida range cattle were by Cloud to Melbourne. If either of these routes should be selected Osceo rood roads they are building down state board of health has stood be- I

i section and between forty and fifty head of blooded stock were purchase tne' other counties for the faith and hpnor they have reposed into us there."-Florida Times-Union tween the people of the state and serious *
it to
'! which that the breed and grade of cattle in this section will l be greatly owes -fiAt menaces. Originally the board '.
t believe that
i means build these roads as soon as (possible We our county con Kissimmee, a conference of the came into existence by the act of a vrj;

1 improved. nnssioneis Will do so just as soon as they can see their way clear.In representatives of the counties in this special session of the legislature, 4
( 1i i If for no other reason than this the sale was a success But it was suc- regard to Osceola's road building enthusiasm the Tampa Times says section of the state will) be held for the called together by Governor E. P. |
.
cessful for other good and sufficient reasons. "urpose of devising ways and mear 'I Gazette f feels that no small share of the credit for the affair editorially : for either diverting or connecting with epidemic of 1888. The guiding Idea '-j
The Valley
1 cattlemen and Cobb According to advices received from Tallahassee. Osceola county has the the Dixie highway, so that interior was that this board should lead and 'V
is due it. It was through the editor of this paper that the privilege of building brick roads without issuing bonds and will build aI and southwest Florida may derive focalize the fight for the protection iV,


stockmen\ here. Woe did all we could in boosting the sale in every Issue. Osceola thorough! I from this national thoroughfare just how was not understood (,;
I That the people of magnificent a county as are T.
from the start and for,< so Tampa will be represented by and the uncertainty of the proposition *\
in possible
We lent our aid in the movement any way both alive to the imperative need of highways of the finest character is pleasin EdBryan, an experienced automobil was the reason for clothing it with extraordinary 'SfiS
that reason we feel that our labors have been rewarded in the fact that and The Times hopes and believes that other counties in south Florid and road man. The conference is expected authority. TO!

1 1r the stockmen and the firm of Cobb & Derby cattle breeders, were well sail I news fall line. Polk people are giving the paving questio to name a delegate to the conference In these days the agency of the "SB
f will quickly in county to be held at Chattanoogi, mosquito as a carrier of the germ of tjHSt!
results.
fled with the careful study, with the ultimate intention of imitating Hillsborough by bonding 'May 26, at which the route of the yellow fever was not understood, but VX
the people
We have faith in Osceola county, in Kissimmee, and in good (for a million dollars while peerless Pinellas will pave from St. Petersburg to highway will be definitely fixed. with the later discovery of this fact 7Z1'

5 who live here. We have no faith in the chronic knocker or the fault-fmde Tarpon Springs. The good folks down in DeSoto county some time ago formed This is one of the most important and the stern application of the prlnciple tea

We believe that there are few of this kind here and the less notice we give of matters now before our people. Thi involved the problem became Jf",
the of the bonding habit, and both Manatee Lee. Pasco. to say nothing progressive portion of Florida must be either on simple, because it had been robbed of Ifijj
will be. We have pledged ourselves to success
them the better off
we Orange, and other counties are thoroughly awake. There are few this highway or directly connecte its mystery rA<
any and everything we believe is for the best interests of the city and county counties of the section which have not done a great deal of road work in with it. l If the highway is route With the solution of this problem 7?

and all the good people have to do is to cell upon us for aid in any worth and that done heretofore will insignificant to what the down the east coast to Miami arrangements others became relatively more impor- (vji?
l f enterprise. We will always try to merit their good words for work well done. recent years, prove must be made whereby tourist tant, for the world was advancing in ''jsp,
s w pext half decade will produce can also tour this section on a con its knowledge of health matters and nj
ray Miami, as frequently slated, has been made the southern terminus for the tinuous paved road. This conn..ctinjt'; Florida was keeping abreast of 1 the fflj-'

of the LusitaniaThe proposed Dixie highway, extending from Chicago, and our hope is that the road ought to tap the main highwa times and in addition it had its own &|
Sinking near the Georgia line, and run south problems. fcVi
east coast counties quickly do their share in this important work. As for the most *
wardly to Tampa, touching There is no greater obstacle to pro- J
sinkipg of the palatial liner Lusitania by a German submarine off the wideawake south Florida counties, it seems that they will be waiting when: important points. At or near Tampa, press than indifference. The preach'J-

the coast of Ireland has aroused the United States to a point where it has the Dixie highway arrives. If the counties of the northeastern section of the in\ due course of time, roads will be ing of men who are in earnest, who .e.4

been the main topic of discussion for the past week Opinion as to the proper state will keep pace with those of our :section, the great highway dream wil connected which will extend south the highway thi- know what they are talking about, is *
system to points pf listened to and treated as the vapora
The however,
divided. seato
take is
action for the United States to majority be realized before the average man expects it. city, as far as Fort M>ers. ings of fanatics but the fanatics of '

feel that President Wilson's hands should be upheld whatever he does The Lakeland Telegram expresses itself thusly: Entire co-operation of the count; today are the wise men, the leadersof

The majority, likewise after coolly considering all angles of the international That is encouraging news that comes from Tallahassee today to the effec commissioners, of all the counties in- tomorrow.

incident apparently believes that the United States should if possibl< that Osceola is authorized to build brick roads without issuance of eluded in the prospective route will be As medical science has advanced in w
county these \
to out plant
and sanita-
I of health
necessary carry its knowledge
remain out of the maelstrom of war which hat swept all Europe before i it. bonds, and that the roadbuilding] contemplated involves a brick highwa; There must be a thorough ajt'reement tion and of their intimate relation. :\".0.u

Ig There are a few hot-heads who cry war and quite a number of newspapei the full length of the county, from the Orange county line to the Polk county] and unison of effort if the result i is; prevention of disease has been t.,

g which have taken this ttand. However, the sentiment of (the nation seems t tbe to line. A few links like That and the Dixie highway, or whatever other name< Lo be attained. It is hoped the conference brought to a par with its cure, Flor-ti,

that expressed by "many cool-minded leaders in the words: "This is no may be given it. will be a glorious entity, right through the heart of Florida definite plan at Kissimmee and put it will in such outline shape i e I ideas ida's on health the board attention has of urged the people these 'Aei 26

time to rock the boat. Chris. O Codrington president of the Florida Pres vthile other sections are still squabbling about what to call It. it can be immediately adopted and< of Florida. It has argued, it has of- y

association, tent the following telegram to President Wilson : carried oat.-Tampa Tribune. fered proofs in numbefless instances aV

Deland Fla.. May II 1915. s -+- of the truth of its position, and in the At
Since the consolidation\ of the two
< final result it has removed from Florida .* *
Hon. Woodrow Wilson President of the United States, sapers at Kissimmee the people of: the unjust aspersion that a semiG''

Washington, D. C. Loyalty to Your TownThe that hustling city are getting far better tropical country is necessarily un- rvf3

The world is war-mad. If it can honorably do so the United State newspaper service than they evesBefore : healthful by proving the contrary of his\ '<
of "home town loyalty" was brought to us again this week received One paper, properly; the great Peninsular state. ;
let
should stay out of this maelstrom. If self-respect demands war, us light question managed and conducted on the right Its work has been that of education ,1'*

The press of Florida. a unit) will uphold you in your trying position rather forcibly. ines, can serve any town of five thousand illustrated by many object lessons. It \\l'i;"$}:4.
b CHRIS O. CODRINGTON.I' The incident was something like this : A certain merchant, we will not people, or less much better thai has shown that typhoid fever and mavX- M.

|j President Florida Press Association. mention the name because we do not wish to place any merchant in a bad two papers, half supported A news. ]aria and smallpoxand hookworm ar tjjp*.\ 4t

light with his customers had a job of printing on which he asked us to give taper is 1 a necessity to every good: not necessary-that they may be '1T
own. but a small city needs two newspapers has shown how ;'
i avoided and how. It |
Z him a figure. We figured the job just as closely as we could to leave us any no more than it needs two the of tuberculosis may be> *:,

Meets Almost Universal CriticismAlmost profit whatever on the work and gave him the price. He sent to Jacksonvilleand water plants or two postoffice, but minimized ravages. It has demonstrated the ,I",<'

from the Florida has met the bill introduced Tampa for bids on the work from printing companies in these two cities. 'rom the one in the field it should demand relations between clean bodies and
universal criticism press efficient service.-Plant City
than while the Tampa was three clean; surroundings and the highest ?
,
The price higher ours price
Jacksonville was .
the commissioners to give the count .
in the legislature requiring county ;: physical health. Yet, more than oncein

printing to each and every paper published in the. county in turn. dollars lower counting freight. Our price was $30, so that the Tampa price No use to worry about the route ol the past has a bill to abolish the

,s Various arguments, all good, have been advanced against the bill. Th< showed just ten per cent reduction on our figures. he Dixie highway. The people wh state board of health, or to make it
The merchant told that unless we could meet the Tampa price hes'ould an insignificant branch of some other !,
however, has been that legal advertisements for the county] us ome from Chicago to Florida by auto
principal argument of state government, received -
that will send the job there. We were unable to meet the price without absolutely will! take the DeLand, Sanford Or. department !
and for
be informed
.
that the reason consideration state
are printed to public may papers and serious by a
which refused to do. Consequently the job ando, Kissimmee trip to Tampa .
and citizen. doing the job at cost, we
a circulation which will reach the greatest number of taxpayers no other attraction will prevent it legislature.
ts' r ., : should be favored and the printing not given to any publication of the mushroom md $27 of the merchant's money will go to the Tampa house. Tbe[ beat part of Florida and the sec Happily, those days are in the past wisdom -: >i.
in
Its
of 1915
the merchant the of hit we picked out an article roads will and the legislature :
To show error way ion that has the most brick '
which for that and fambitions ,
3. variety springs up just purpose. and appreciation of the aims .:
which could buy cheaper in some other town than we could from him meal to the tourists.-Sanford HerWho ,
Florida's position in this matter it peculiar because there are any number we and accomplishments of the '.,.'
i in this which nothing more than "house organs" for and recited the incident to him. He offered at an excuse that the article sold ald. board, is providing it with larger resources .SW
) of state are
**,! ;',' real publications' firms and such do not circulate widely in the county in which by the merchant in the other town was not the tame grade_ as that he sold II lookinggafter the location oi and powers. to do its work.: It. ;.r(. ..
tale a*
k' ,ei : to Is matter of congratulation that a .r't./
{ md accounted for the difference in price. .For the'sake of argument we he- route of the Dixie highway a "
that
1 : ', 11 f they 'are printed. If this bill became a law these paper would have to be \ the assertion ome Melbourne way-say, by way olClssimmeeT legislative body has come into power "..r'j; /'
:considered by the county commissioner in ,rotation just at the bona-fide,, will admit that in this matter he was right But we venture The center of the state in Florida with the intelligence and
r tI \ . without the fear of successful contradiction that we could find any number of md west coast towns are trying to the will to hasten the progress of the
,' :home :circulating ..
are. .
I r"a' papers the bill the Tribune reprints editorial of the irticlet sold in this same store which we could buy in some other city at less lave the route located through their state through the increased efficiencyf
Speaking of Tampa an
and the freight to Kissimmee in addition. action of the state, and to the east the state board of health. .
r Gainesville Sun and says: noney pay oast by way of Fort Pierce. What
r Hon. H. H. McCreary, editor of the Gainesville Sun publishes an article Had our price been unreasonable had we asked the merchant a price for about the Melbourne-Kissimrnee route,, not worth one dollar per year; most

showing the evil which lurk in the innocent-looking bill requiring the count,. he work that would have shown ut entirely out of f line with the prices of does anybody care ? -.- Melbourne of them are well worth $1.60 per year '

r each and publishedin other> cities we would have deserved to have Iqst the job. But we were only 'imes. and many are worth a great deal 'fmore.
commissioners to give the county printing to every paper -+- The business is
than
t i $30 job than Tampa and tome three or four dollars lower from KIs- newspaper 'f
the county, in turn. $i. higher on a Ed Scott has returned much like any other kind of business.
he Jacksonville firm. This showed that we were figuring right on the work. immee, where he went as a delegaterom
three
I The Tribune has expressed itself on this bill and to have other papers in A good pair of shoes cost or {
and Our contention is that the merchant who gets hit trade from Kissimmee, the Arcadia board of trade to Tour dollars and yet a shoddy pair of
the state, but Editor McCreary hat tented objections to it stronger more ttend the and formation of
r twit which this is boosting first last and all the time, meeting shoes can be bought for less than a
he home
1 conclusive than any to far advanced. One of these he states at follows: city, newspaper the Central Florida Dixie Highway dollar, but that is no indication that
We
hould have overlooked that small amount of money in our favor. contend ssociation Mr. Scott was selected
would defeat the objectof the
The of this bill in itt present form very hey are really cheapesLWauchul. -
passage that the efforts of the Valley Gazette in behalf of the merchants of the as the chairman that will go to Chattanooga Advocate.
which i. publicity to :
the law requiring publication of legal notices to give with the is
to meet
that much him. When movement is on general -4-
of Kissimmee is worth to some
the tame. Why should the commissioners be required to select a certain sty this 'oard.' The central association on Some of the newspapers are urging ) 9<
N without circulation outside its own hamlet at their official land to bring crowds to Kissimmee to bring new"set tiers and visitors here Saturday voted that the route of the the legislature to repeal the law prohibiting sJ
any
newspaper when half dozen other in the same I irwspapei lends its aid freely and with all the vigor it possesses. Is that not Dixie highway should extend to Ar- the railroads from issuingransportatlon -

organ probably a or more newspapers hundred worth something to the merchant? We think thatjf it i.. adia. Mr. Scott is receiving congrat- to the newspapers in 4 i
and
county have twice at many subscribers in that very community a this Suppose all the printing which is done latlons on every hand today for the exchange for "courtesies ulu.lIytermed
times at many subscribers in the county? A newspaper should be treated at But aside from argument. access of his efforts at the Kissim- advertising. Don't do it, boys;
other business enterprise and not subsidised. for Kissimmee merchants was sent to outside towns, suppose the citizens generally lee convention. --Arcadia News. a free pass has often been the cause

any of letting the public printing to bought each article they need from tome place where they can get it -eState ot a good newspaper plant going into .6
The county commissioners are capable Kissimmee merchants. We contend and we believe truthfully the junk heap and its owner into .. '
t t tB the paper, that will give the best service for the money, and in many inttanoei cheaper than from >ankruptcy.-Arcadia Enterprise. j
months there would not be tingle merchant left in
Thai to that within a few a Press Comment I I
B rotating the printing their respective newtpapert. I |
they county among
are
and luunest here. Such a condition will probably never xist-at any rate it will We are glad to know that some at- ..i r
li only just and proper where the newspaper deserves recognition can with the citizens it. ention is being given to a search for, ::
I i if reasoning can prevent
exist
> render the service, but they should not be required to select tome 2x4 paper tc not any trade rrasses adapted to Florid conditions. ,
with readers to at
v do the county printing which cannot possibly render the service. We are arguing in season and out of season our A new paper in a neighboring town There is much cheap land in this state J

'!xa fli Another and hitherto overlooked objection it given by Mr. McCreary,, lome. We are doing this in behalf of our merchants and we feel the merchants nYI a country paper can be publish- hat is adapted to grazing. This land
hemtelvet feel that they too should heed this argument as well at their ed for one dollar per year. This is if properly seeded with grasses that
a* follow! will work both We do not believe true. and there are several ways by would furnish grazing for cattle I
rule that not
S
would be designate in ustomers. It it a poor wayt. would be profitableWhtft: I.
Under itt provisions the commissioners required to 'hich it is possible. One is to have very
by There are several newspapers in hat there it a tingle article told in Kissimmee that can not be bought cheaper a good income, independent of the rrasses; and how to seed and care for :br
its published
turn, a newspaper negroet.and the undersigned hat during the omewhere if the buyer seeks long enough to find the place. But if the buyer rinting business: another is to set arew in order to get good pasturage, and r-J

the state at present owned by negroes, live. in Kissimmee he should be loyal enough to the place from which he takes columns of long primer and fill what kind of land to use are prob- W
put week submitted an estimate for the publication of a paper in Gainesvilleby of contribute spend it here where it the balance of the paper with patent ems that should be well worked out. f't,'!i
which all to
members of this race. hi. living in money to us medicine ads and boiler plate. There Vhat we need is reliable information. \1.11 1

it be commissioners in the exercise nil Remain in Circulation and continue to'pay others in turn. are a few papers in Florida that are -Titusville Advocate. 1l:
If restriction
to put upon county .
any should be A good big part of.the money spent by the merchant for hit printing in'amps -
'of their discretion in placing the public printing, that restriction a F
there for labor. The printer and pressman who work trade hat announced that Fourth of .. {f
requirement that they give it to the paper having the largest bona fide circulation will be paid out The Kissimmee board of a big July '

rt in the county. But this "rotation" plan it bad in principle and would be on the job will get at much, if not more, than the man who owns the shop celebration will be held here on July 5, the nation's birthday falling on Sunday .1<': -:

t ley bad in practice. The printer and pressman will spend that money for groceries, for clothing this year. We should like to suggest now that a good plan for the merchants Ji '!\

The Miami Metropolis it against the Williams bill, at it it designated.The for house rent etc.. iri Tampa. The money thus spent it gone from Kissimmeeor of the city to reap a benefit from this celebration would be that recently 1"4 !.fiI:

good and all. If it. had been spent here the tame would have been true adopted by the merchant of Miami. Briefly it it this: Let every merchant''t :

Metropolis Our idea is says that the publication is for the purpose of keeping all the xcept that the money would have gone right back into the channels of trade in the city name that day at bargain day in hit store. Let all of them announce' :>

: ,, ,. people informed and that ideally the proceeding of the county commissioner here and eventually a certain portion of it would have returned to the merchant cut prices on articles for that day only. These bargains if properly announced c 1''

should be published in newspaper in the county. This course, however, who spent it. to the public in advance of the celebration day would turn a great volume of *"* 4: J
every
F c v to be prohibitive-but next to having The writer of this editorial has determined to be consistent in this matter. money into circulation for none of ut can resist a bargain if 'tit really a barsa /f.l .itt
costly perhaps,
'would be costly so a*
1 the it to select the having the He{ hat instructed hit household not to buy a single article needed in i its daily ,.. '
proceeding newspaper
-all the publish !
} ., 'papers circulation in the county in which the proceeding are of interest. life outside 'of Kissimmee. He means to prosper or fail with the town. IEhe Gilbert Leach; who hat for a number of year been connected with the,r '

r ,'!'If greatest the ideate to inform the public, by all mean select a medium that reaches can not make enough money out of the work he does here for the city Tampa Tribune and who it best known for his activity, in the publication' J.lJ

rY ,?" of people. and citizens of Kissimmee, without tending a portion of his earnings somewhere the .Year'' Book.fo, that publication. ha bought a controlling interest invthe' ,1

;'., :"' ,. 'the_pealelt.n.umber'The:proceeding: !:of the county commissioner, the tax tale and all legal el.e to aid some other town, be will give it up at a bad job and seek other', Leesburg Commercial andtaken. charge at editor and manager;' Mr. Leach'jiT
11f,
,, ,,'. '';: rrrly' : should Published at widely a* possible, to accomplish this the most elds of endeavor. One of, the.;bett;lnown editor* of Florida and. we congratulate the good

; : :jA" ; totices widely'Circulating!, medium in the county mutt be secured The.right tort off If everyone of us will do the same thing, we will aid the merchant J here people Leesburg upon. hit..acquisition.. . of
will be l .. )
larger '
because their bulk of trade
sell smaller margin of profit '" f 1
+ at :
commissioner to investigate to a ) .
!..- i'VfcUl bona dealing: fide with atireulation'of this matter.each would newspaper require county in their! county.and select the one But we do believe that the merchant: themselves, should ,live by the tame rule.. ,. C.'famagton;' i "IE. :ha*'leased tie Apopka Newt and U now b charge ?" ''if .. ,

.,, !1' Breaching the the" : t people.'a; *'the county's official organ. lappily most 'of them do and it i it not for them that. this'it i written..,. ';.::.. Harrington. it'an.. experienced printer and should: make. a success of his. yat ief) l
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(Celebrates: ] month for district due and rive freewill "4

CHIC Epworth .League, CHRISTIAN N ENDEAVOR' offerings for state union, Chil E"ohnstorl" "f
STREET. FROCK .
; ., , .I ". .'. Borne Society and other causes ., .
\ J' .' .- I . 1 needing help Miami.U ap-to.date in

r 'Early Summer; Model of White'Gabardine < Twenty-fifth, Anniversary WANTED ..:..'Wanted yet Items Christian, There ar,End* now eavor.Hv-. societies -.In ,JI' .'

thews Fleecing Details. from KiMimmee societies: sent to the. I . Mt. Dora Oeklsv .
, Candler.. Tavares, ,I, CITY A
Mrs. Dr. J. F. Brown, Mrs. V. 1!. Urii.. pros secretary in loteriachent wall, Sorrento. .Weirsdale and Lady ,
The Epworth League of Kisimmefittingly Miss Fr In. Canon Benson Snel In recent issues of "The Leader V.1Icy .: Lake, Central district* and reports say
celebrated the -twentyMtAnniversary Otis Snell,Charles Farnsworth.. Mil. from Fort Mead, and Kfssimme Eustis U again ,to the front in iU ENGINEER
day with two events thl. Clyde Seymour, Miss Lula Bass Mil. Gayette were epi y writeups abou Presbyterian revival work. We need
0p1 the rendered Ella Prof. J. M. Smith. Mrs. J. Epworth League meeting held 1n Ocala and other places ?
/ : I" \ week. The first was program Bass, Often ucl societies: In' ,
Cloud.
church Ia.t ReT. Fort Meade and St. ,,'
at the Methodist M. Smith. Mrs. R. I* Honiker. and an organiser to make It possible. 40-1 # I
th. second a banquet copies are sent marked to the Ep TOWNSEND. SuiVeying and Drafting ,
Sunday night and R. L. Honiker. M. ft. GRACE A. ...
Mrs.
organizer
worth
: in the church parlors last nlghl The officer of this orffantxatiowere League L '
( The program of the event Sunda;, : Little in Ocala, who does not bay<. The typical bushman of Australia U ,"

was at follows: President, Mrs. A. L. Chandler all the splendid exchange.. Information fait being driven out by civilisation. ,
choir orchestra Vice-Presldent Rev. R. L coming to this office. .'
Opening sentence, ; First
next Sunday, "Why I ---
78 congregation.Topic For the topic
Hymn No. Honiker.
thi
nothing Believe in Christian Endeavor,
A prophetwho wrote Second Vice-President, - 1
and:dl everything, lit Kings 21. Third Vice-President, Miss Isabel. following; is quoted from the "Christian '
read tr'1' ,
Herald, and is worth being .

2022.Scripture reading leader. Warriner.Fourth Vice-President, Miss Flora I in every meeting on the sixteenth R. S. FLOYDDealer ,

Anthem, "Guide Me, 0 Thou Great Farnsworth. I believe in Christian Endeavor ,

i Jehovah," choir. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. C. 1. Because I believe that Christ,i
Talk, "Doing Things," First Vice M. Erasure. now' in the world still blessing and In .
'1'' President W. M. Tiller. Past presidents of Kissimmee chap helping; his follower
Song, juniors. ter were: 1890 Mrs. A. L. Chandler: 2. Because I believe In endeavor.
Himself SeconVicePresident < lu6elle; Warriner 1892. Groceries Hay Grain and Feed
i Talk .E Hah 1891, Miss ; Endeavor means effort and I believe ,
Miss C. Overstreet. Claude Lee; 1893, Mrs. A. L. Chang\, in making: an effort fur all good things

Solo, selected; Miss Roberson. ler; 1894, Chas. W. Farnsworth; and BO, of course, for the cause of J
Talk "Elijah's, Work," Third Vice 1895. Miss Flora Farnsworth; 1896 Christ, which is the greatest cause It Corner Broadway and DaIdD.... '
President Miss H. B.... Miss Lula Bass; 1897, Miss Lula Bass: the world. rI

.JI Quartette, juniors. 1898, John Snell; 1899, Miss Lula 3. Because I believe in the pews Order For Peed'
Talk, 1fjah's Power" Fourth Bass; 1900, Sam Farnsworth; 1901, of youth-in the power, and especially I Try Us on Your Next ata
Vice-President Mrs. L. U. Zimmer Prof. J. M. Wood; 1902. Ernest Over just now in the opportunities, of o
street Prof. J. M. Wood; 1903, Mrs young people to get things done.)
i man.Trio "God Be Merciful," Morris: A. L. Chandler; 1904. Frank Farnsworth 4. Because I believe in union..

gf e of5 Miss Griffin, Mrs. Weaver, Mr. Wearer. L 1905, Miss\ Elizabeth Wilson: Christian Endeavor means the unionof .

1906, M. H. Smith, Prof. R. M. Evans: young people of the different denominations Always Sara Money1'' '
Talk, "Will Power. Miss V. Tiller 1907, Miss Eloise Moon; 1908 MISI in the work of Christ. The Place Where You

Talk, "Courage," reasurer Harpei Eloise 1909, Mrs. D. C. Lee: 6. Because I believe in organisa 'MARKETi"
t; Easier. 1910 Moont' Moon; 1911 Mlsi: lion and system Christian Endeavor MEAT
Double trio (ladies' voices) "Jesus, Alma Griffin; 1912 Harvey Collier. L u one of the most complete and systematic The PAIR PLAY .
Lover of My Soul." Lorenz: ; choir. G. Flint; 1913. Lloyd U. Zimmerman;: organizations of the world. .... *n y* '.
tdl Announcements.Hymn 1914, Lloyd U. Zimmerman; 191(), 6. Because I believe in people "

No. 666, congregation. Lloyd U. Zimmerman. Christian Endeavor exists for the purpose w. an ..w BuJdag emr wa s...... ail Fraakfartsn, knbfIks ...sell
I League benediction.The The present officers of Kissimmee of helping people and I believe
program at last night's banquet chapter are: President, Lloyd U that people all kinds of people. service ef Mr. D1enII.sped....... ....... W art (-Mag. ear. arse' '

; which was a splendid one in Zimmerman; first vioe-preaident. Will everywhere, are capable of being touts** too b.aeft.f ... saviag ants ra* ntaffiag.ao'and ;ttauaga
t every particular, was as follows: Mason Tiller; second vicepresidentMiss helped. A'esCis..,
y ansalx' Song' "Doxology," by the league. Cecelia Overstreet third vice- 7. Because I believe in reform. fraakfarter at, per p....-_-----_-----_?

t = : Address of welcome, L. U. Zimmer- president Miss Helen Baas; fourth Christian Endeavor stands for temperance -

"". nan. vice-president, Mrs. Lloyd U. Zimmerman for civic righteousness for Ize .
r." :;' Toast, "Epworth League of the ; secretary, A. Earl Cowger;: moral uplift. .I believe in its slogan, Phone 245 JOE POWERS J00Avenue .
I .. ast," by Mrs. M. Tiller. treasurer, Harper Casler; Era agent, "A Saloonless Nation in 1920." I believe -

I I v S ,* Instrumental solo. Miss Louise Miss Mattie Belle Harris. not only in that as a slogan c.f "
I Thomason. that can be followed, but as a thing.hat '

t 70 M 'resent Toast,," by"Epworth Mrs. L. League U. Zimmerman.of the SAND sand SHADES, biscuit and CONTINUE.The putty shades. What can worker actually would be done.not be inspired ::W::::::., ir.t:: :::::: c

Solo Miss Laura Thomas. bid t fair to continue their popularity, reading such lines as the '
W Reading, Miss Lola Lawler. and though a month or two ago it hovel( upon Surely not our enthusiastic Ce,
Toast, Epworth League of the Future was hard to find these shades in the Sndeavorers of Florida? 1 I

dkt ," Miss Cecelia Overstreet.Solo materials one wanted, they, are available Because the banners of the state hr\
'
dd ; Miss Alma Griffin. now in every sort of silk, wool, union were getting old a beautiful new '

Toast, "League Reminiscences," linen and cotton. Coverts are in great one was purchased, many societies I Creditable'
55S drs. Jno. L. Overstreet. iemand and if Paris indorses them each contributing twenty-five cents. ,

Y Reading, Miss Lottie Lawler. for spring they will be more than This banner, purple, and gold lettered -

S i ri55TI Toasts, impromptu. ever a mania; but there are many' our state colors, was first used in
1 1I Song, "God Be With You Till We ther lightweight worsteds in the covert the Florida headquarters booth in Business Enterprise .. '". -.
feet Again" league. colorings ready to contend for he Los Angeles International conven-
.
I '" .. .. Prof. R. M. Evans, toastmaster. their share of feminine favor. jon. Last year it was kept by the ,
.a>aA' Four after the organization Riverside Presbyterian{ society, Jack- 1
years ,
j. .. ,.. I l the first Epworth League conferencef EFFECTIVE BEADS. onville and now is in keeping of will be treated,by the CUlaens flank : "e.
cord
the state was held here. There Yellow beads on a black and 'blueones or the Gainesville Endeavorers. The spe- of Kissimmee with special considers,
delegates from eads combining green, gold because it .is won by the
' were thirty-seven blue cord ial reason tlon and afforded every banking privilege
I 'if' lJIJutyjo.-; -' other chapters From these on a dull are very ocietv sending the most delegates, .
present. r
}t few members who were instrumental affective, as are amber and jet beads roportionate to number being sent to consistent with conservative principles. ".

Y.w BBAIDBD STBKBT DOSTUM In the organization of this )league the on a yellow cord. Pretty combinations he annual state convention, by its Accounts subject to check are" ,
be made, and as they are
has can
be much worn this season Ipworth: League as a whole be made istrict union. Gainesville especially invited. ,
Is to
,; White rown to possibly 1,000,000 members, lot at all expensive and can eserved bUs honor because of its own I
i, and many of the advance models it home one can a number of r
there posses not ,
banner
now
and it has branched out so hospitality but the was .
are shown in the shops. The one .hem. Some are flnishe with a silk direct, the .. .'
;, are chapters established in ten pf our from lor this reason as phras- .
' shown here la of white gabardine richly mission fields.It assel, while others are made of item concerning it ,

:\>,> braided. The blouse has long tight >oreign is a conceded fact among-members small beads in tassel form ending at. last ng week my would press indicate. '. ...

f .,', sleeves, and the box plaited skirt has that the first league was organ- he top with a large bead. Quite made newire of The Congregational society in Mimi \....
chains
side pockets, which are braided and ted in Kissimmee, Rey. R. L. Hon- the long braided was reorganized a few months "
tasseled. iker was sent to Jacksonville as a lat silk cord, using two contrasting .go, with Rev. Jones, enthusiastic, new ,,...' I j
suits at n delegate to petition ,the con- olori t oeach strand and braidingaslat Mrs. Myrtle Bledsoe is secre- S3;
f One of the new whIte seen pecial Finish each end with >actors '.
"' southern resort had an unusual belt. genes then In session to adopt the a* possible- the braid. try and W. L. Leslie, president They '"

It was of dull white leather about two Epworth League for the organizationof Southern a tassel made by fringing I i I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT ,
of
: narrower, It was the young. people .
S j jf4 Inches wide, perhaps Methodism, and it was promised delegates "' I ,
fastened in front by menus of a leather they ''would do so, but while DIRECTORS .. ,:
I ( covered buckle and ,on the left aide a they were still in session Californiasent ii JOHN R. BRbNSON '
,
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN 0 .
'.. few Inches from the buckle, was a lit- a memorial In writing requestingthe A. W. ;

*, ;r tie pocket just about the width of tho same thing, and the conference W. HILL J. K. BILLIARD II7..:.
belt It clasped shut with a snap fas- accepted it, because of its being in Make p ,.
writing and California gets the credit J ,
tener. :: '
i ,
e White belts on blue serge suits are a : for asking for the Epworth League allan IF. t. '.t O

of the pprlng modes. This organization for the young peopleof ,

t': r striking feature contrast of the white against Southern the Methodism.In Kissimmee. Epworth the Farm :: Vtf,::::::':: ,:::::; :::::]'[:,:'.'::, ;

just 1895 . ,.
the so bet background produces accepted by the central .
League was
,4t the note of chic ncedi-d In the plain and was .
officof the Epworth League :
little tailor willie milts, chartered under Number 901. Miss PayFirst .00000000000000000000000000000 to to 0 t. 0 0 ., t t ,t.t .i ;

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Flora Farnsworth, as president < 't
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Miss Clyde Seymour as secretary. 'j(< T
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S' There is a alight change in hair Twenty-five years ago last month of all, the farmer must ,'>.. his property
16, 1890)), the original Epworth ANCE to protect
j fashions, or rather a deviation from (April of the Methodist church, be a business man. while he i. living and arpi.,LIFE .-
the accepted mode of close hair dressing League his f.... ; '
to
Methodistchurch INSURANCE protect
, All winter the accepted mode South, was In Kissimmee organized,in under the the pas- Farming is manufacturing food and food products and the the event of his death. H a ; | I..
i the close coiffure with the il'I.
been .
have -.
French thell-like twist' at the back, torate of Rev. R. L. Honiker with the, (farm and farm equipment constitute the plant. Iniuree his earning capacityby and > ; ,
charter members Mrs. A. taking out an ACCIDENT
x, drawn up toward the top of the head following L. Chandler Miss Flora Farnsworth, Competition is keen and it requires business methods to make IIEALTII POLICY. Be on the '* .. ,
for the marcel waves, '
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4 tightly except Isabelle Mrs. C. M. i aide.We +
safe
Warritver,
1 hair tucked in Miss '
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I under KO that the head was lengthened Lula Frazure Folsom, Frank, Mrs.Farnsworth M. Tiller, Miss Miss money.The parcels post hat opened the way to wider markets. ANCE write that all insures'line and of INSUR endure f + t
in height. I
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Now romes the fashion of bobbed Mattie Seymour, Mrs. Ross Graves, Rural telephones, trolley and mail delivery have brought unlimited None but In RELIABLE this old line coat.panics . \\0

i hair. First, only a few women tried agency. "
it, but, as they were women in the opportunity for doing business. D. G. WAERSecond t
Z Bank Bldg.
J7 Cltlama
the fashion has become So Floor -
public popular rye that, "transformations" are s. BULLOCKREAL You need one thing more- ; Kfapls.ereL Fla,, .,. t

i' now made BO that a woman can dress

her hair thin way without cutting it The L. C. Smith & Bros. . ----,
"i ('ft'. It is a pretty boyish coiffure. ESTATE - - -- -- ---- i'

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and the ends waved into lit- INSURANCEExamination TypewriterTypewritten to F

;' tle curls that are ringlets combed out.

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++ nape of the neck. correspondence will give you a prestige PIU1NONDI .,
the knot i. tucked (In underneath af-
ter it is braided loosely and twisted.It Specialty. enable you to get higher price ,\>
evident it is there, for June 1-2-31915( .
is quite learn to the L. C. Smith _
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hairpins cleverly placed In the outside -
hair define its contour. Correspondence Solicited.PRUDENTIAL & Bros. typewriter in a short time and incidentally be getting; : a I
COMFEDERATVETERANS
ii 51 The front of the hair, parted at the business education. '
middle or side, is waved horseshoe '

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length of the hair to the part that
hair line the 1. i
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I' ; BORDERED FABRICS. M your ,y .'Itidcda' en Sal&*'May 29tb)_to%'SuM'2Dd"" ... '7't
because ""." '; '
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Sunday School Convention ,S .\ 'rfil .j
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v I- I St. Cloud, Fla.. May' 8, 1916. Cellars, St. Cloud. .

I J'f I ; Request U made to all patrons of tie Valley Gazette to send Items The Osceola ounty: Sunday School Home Department Superintendent, -: I
association met in second annual con- Mrs. C. H. Funk, Union Center. ,
: e1 ereats to the Editor for publication in tl *e eolsmniIMNNKU vention in the Methodist church, St. Visitation Superintendent, Miss CALUMET {

; : Cloud. Fla., Thursday May 6, at 9 Jennie Robb, Shingle Creek. I .

a P .: . _ o'clock a. m. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.John ,
:tc :410101010IOIOlalala1VIGl l v I II I" I V I' I" I V I" I 9 p Fifteen minutes was spent In devo- M. Anderson. St. Cloud.C. iii.ii: . Th' BAKING

(, rr: 1'AKTY I IlIIIuuIIIIIuIIIuul iaii tional services led by Rev. W. L. E. Yowell, Kissimmee. I

I (L1' Mrs. J. 8. Cartel entertained Mrs. Hackett, pastor of the St. Cloud Presbyterian George Bronson Shingle Creek. .7 '4 ':: -POWDER' .
4 church. C. H. Funk, Union! Center. .
." ; W. Crawford, of Cairo. On., Mrs. Weekly Notes of ,
President W. H. Jones called the The president and to be .
i J. Z. Iloberson and Mrs. W. L. Paulk secretary .5 ::jjy::
Li convention to order and J. M. Anderson members ex-officio of this committee. i"1 S ,
at dinner at her home Sunday on
\ Church Work and of the St. Cloud Methodist church State Secretary Weidler here out % SS

jc Emmett street.". ". ". l wan elected secretary for the day. lined the work of each department and dr ;:
1 1(4fl CATHOLIC CHURCH. Christian President Jones announced temporary instructed the officers how to proceed

u Rev. Father Fox, of Orlando, will Progress committees as follows: to.get the best results.
to Kissimmee, on Saturday, May I On nomination of officers for the The convention adjourned for sup-
k7 come 16. Devotion and confession at 7.SO: I I ill I I I II III I I I I II I SI ensuing year-Rev. Dr. W. H. With- per.
1I, and Mrs. H. II. Huff of KisKimmce Evening Session.A .
Mass' at 8 m.-Sun erspoon -
In. Saturday. a. Conducted Local Ministers' 'ECONOMYthat's
p. by
: one thing
day if other services will be announced John M. Anderson G. O. fifteen minutes devotional service you are
..... any at ma,5.t Association.1I111111111111111111111111. Ricketts and W. G. Widrig of St. was led by Rev. J. B. WestcottUnfinished j:;' looking for in these days
i y' ". ". ("loud) and Mrs. ''C. II. Funk of Union business was taken up and ;:'i of high !living cost-Calumet Insures a wonderful -

..;t .' nun: SOCIAL. Center. the convention voted to meet at Kis- '' saving in unking. But it does more. Ii
.. The Tohopekaliga Grove of the LAYMAN'S MEETING.:: ; On Resolutions-Ira Wetherbee of simmee the first Thursday after May ,:., It insureHwholesome your foodtasty food-uniformly raised food.
;. \ Woodman Circle will hold a dime social Layman meeting will be held] as Union Cent..r. Mrs. T. R. Moseley of 15, 1916.
: at Fraternity hall Tuesday May usual in the Methodist church Sunday Kis.simin, and J. H. Cellars of SL The committee on resolutions made : Calumet in made rl/ht-to/ sell ri/ht-to bake right./ Ask
y 18, at 7:30: p. m. An interesting and[ afternoon at 3 o'clock] and it is I the Cloud. report which was adopted and is as one of the milllous of women who u..r it-or ask your grocer.
) .l entertaining program will he rendered desire of the laymen to arrange for a On Time of Meeting-Dr. W. BWitherspoon follows: 4 RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS

.'(!> and a doll competition held on the permanent location for holding their i of KiKsimmee W. C, The committee on resolutions respectfully -: ;. World'. for Food po.ition.. Chlc..... IU.l .
'j, occasion. Refreshments will be serv services for the next three months. Widrig of St. Cloud and W. G. Mc- reports the following: >ui.Ei(>o itk>... Franc. March 112.t .
ed. All are cordially invited to at Won't you come out and bring a Lean of Union Center.An 1. That we extend to R. C. Weid :
tend. friend with you to assist in this wor- address of welcome was delivered ler our sincere appreciation for his :. .5
4 ". thy work for the Master ? Much good Rev. G. H. of efficient service
CLUB. by Northrop the I as state secretary. Y.. ..... _.._.._ ........ .*fck-cM. Ukhf Mwfer.m DwIWMbM.Additional a-pc-: '
MOTHERS AND! TEACHERS work can he done by this organization St. Cloud M. E. church, and the response 2. To our president, W. II. Jones, II'. _.. -.. __ .. .. ... fc _Ju.CJ. l .. ....____.._............
The Mothers' and Teachers' Liter- with the proper effort, and our was given by Dr. W. B. With- for the energy with which he has
ary and Social club will hold their literary aim is to support our ministry more rrspoon of the Kissimmee Presbyterian pushed the association work in our

j and social meeting on, Friday faithfully working in harmony with church. Both breathed the spiritof I county the past year, and pledge him
f afternoon, May 21, at the Chapter all denominations for the upbuilding' < love and good/ fellowship! existing ,. our hearty support this coming year.
Hou e. "How Can We Help Our of God's kingdom here on earth.W. among the brethren. .'}. To the ladies] of St. Cloud for
t Girls ?" will be the subject for the ..atl' H. JONES Chairman.EPISCOPAL j State Secretary R. C. Weidler or their bountiful entertainment

ternoon and a good program is being No a a St. PeterRburlI'ave/ ( a thirty minute 4. To the churches for their cooperation I Legislature News
i prepared. Girls between the ages of CHURCH. talk on the work the association i i.i in the work of the con
I ten and fifteen or ighth grade are The festival of the Ascension of Our aiming to do. vention. _

invited to be.present. Mrs. A. Cotta- Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, was I The question box in charge of 5. That we, the members of this ,
1 man and Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter] will duly observed the first vespers (processional Brother Weidler was well handled and association, will be more careful in Tallahassee May 14.The bank zThe Kverglndes drainage projectwill

be the hostesses.-Mrs. J. T. Burck Hail the Day That Sees Him several questions! such as "How to our observance of the Sabbath day, guarantee bill, providing for the establishment come up for consideration next

halter, secretary. Rise), were sung on the even when Teach a "lass Ranging from Ten to keeping the day more and more in a of a stale banking department week In (the form of amendments to
DANCE AT*' *('LUItIHUSEQuite : the priest in charge gave a short address Fifteen Years ?" "How to Teach a way that will glorify our Father to regulate the appointment the present drainage laws to providea
crowd last night attended on the ascension. Holy] Eucharist Mixed Class ?" and "What Is the Best which is in heaven, and not to please of receivers, although thought remedy for defects that have been
a mery 10 a. m. and second vespers at Time to Hold] Our Convention ?" ourselves. to have been meritorious
were a bill, wasklll..d discovered, which has
the first of the monthly subscription heretofore Interfered -
) 5 o'clock ended the day. The altar, asked and answered by the delegates. 6. And last but not least we wish In the house yesterday.To with the sale
dances' being given by the with its and flowers looked of lands of
as
1 tapers The morning/ session was closed to thank the One whom we serve the
the
ladles of the Kissimmee Golf club if it should festal and the eucharistic Everglades district. The bill will
with Christian ascertain
a masterly address by Dr. W. strong fellowship which exists if there should be
meet with
/ At he clubhouse. vestments of silk white and gold no opposition in the seDate -
z B. Witherspoon. lie was thoroughlyat among the various denominationsin any action taken against the management !,: -
l' Those attending were Mr. and were worn. home with his subject, "Beginningof our county. of the Marianna reform schoolIn and will enable the I. I. boardto
M i\ Mrs. L.. H. Ingram. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. H. BALL, Priest. Character," and held the close attention Respectfully submitted, connection with the destructive close a deal pending for the sale of

-' D. Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and will of all his hearers throughouthis IRA WETHERBEE, firat. that Institution In 1914, a the entire bond issue.The .
Cadel, Mrs. E. D. Katz Mrs. C. L Services morning evening discourse. MRS. T. R. MOSELEY committee was Thursday appointed
,. Maklnaon Miss be held as usual next Sunday by the I session of the members of the
Bandy Miss Virginia Adjournment was had in order that J. H. CELLAR.A Inln the house to visit Marianna
Mr. Hankins Rev. W. '
reader
M. Dixon Miss Lenore Richards, Mr. "lay H. Ball to Narcoosee., i all might feed the inner man. We motion prevailed requesting the next week. Those composing the "third house" Is scheduled for Wed-
: and Mrs. E. E. Naugle, Mrs. J. D. going iI leave it to our visitors whether they executive committee to draw up a committee to make the Investigationare neutiav evening of next week and

Clark Miss Madeline Hill, Miss Ma- HOME DEPARTMENT PROGRAM. I were hospitably treated or not. constitution and present it at our next N. C. Bryan. of Klsslmniee, rep- the most unique political contest wttnertied -
belle Atwood of Darien, Ga., Mr. J. Afternoon Session. meeting, said committee to have authority -. resentative from Osceola; Ellis Davis at the capital in many years
K. Atwood. K. McPherson C. U Following i is a program for the The exercises began/ at 2 o'clock to pay out all money until of Jackson county ; J. J. Hanley will be pulled off at that session
Buckley H. M. Katz B. Boyer W. home department exercises to be held with a devotional service led by G the constitution is adopted.The I of Lafayette. This committee is also This is the one time that the attachesof

; ', 8. Unley, George P. Gardner and H. at the Baptist church Sunday morning O. Ricketts. treasurer reported a balanceon understood to want to know something the two houses have their Inning
( C. Harper. May 16, at 11 o'clock : Song, When the secretary< called the roll hand of about $60. A motion pre about the advisability of reestablishing .Ith the regular members of both
; Doxology Home Sweet of schools nine responded as follows: vailed that all expenses to date be branches. Some years ago a page
; prayer; songs the boys' reform schoolat ..
( k BRYA-M'JNSON. Home; recitation, The First Home Department I The Methodist, Baptist. Christianand met and the balance in hand be for- Marlanna and will Into that front Lake. county, while occupying a .k.. ...
The many friends of Eugene Bryan by Harvey Speir; song. He I Presbyterian of Kissimmee; United warded to the state treasurer. matter while on the go Investigating senator's .chair called on Governor ......
and Miss Angle Makinson were surprised is So Precious to Me'; reading The : Brethren of Union Center; the Secretary Weidler closed the con- trip. Gilchrist, who bad been elected a
I, this week when they announced Song Cure, by Mrs. Ii. M. Breaker; : Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist and vention with a splendid address on jiage to bring him a glass of water. -
; their marriage, which occurred at solo, by Miss Susie Speir and Miss' Christian of St. Cloud. "The Sunday School Worker, and Hisor The Torrens land bill to providea which the governor of course compiled -
F. the home of Rev. A. M. Chisholm on Corinne Gilbert; recitation; Home All of these schools reported in good Her Work." He had two hobbies: new system of keeping records of with, because the penalties of

? May 2. They stole a march on their; Class, by Miss Menkie Gardner; testimonies shape. Some written reports follow. Temperance and the teen age boys deeds and guaranteeing the titles to the third house' are Revere for Insubordination -
friends and kept the wedding a secret by home department mem- Schools of First Baptist church, and girls, and said he thought the lands in Florida was Thursday niorn- of their attaches. A caucus -
until this week. I Kissimmee: Average attendance 145, work of this last department
: bers There's Great Com- / was the
; song a < Day InK passed to the calendar of second is slated for Friday night to elect
: I The couple are now at home lesson by superintendent on cradle roll 32, in home department most important of all. lie i is full of
young )jig; object reading bills. This proportion has the speaker of the house and a president -
I S to friends at the home of Mr. Bryan'slather. of home department; song, As a Volunteer -I 60, average offerings 2.50 each Sun vim and vigor and handled his sub- been before the leglslalure at several of the senate for the third house
N. C. Bryan. Mrs. Bryan is a benediction.A ject in a very able manner.
; day.First sexslon.
:daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mak cordial invitation is extended to Methodist church school of Thus ended a day full of pleasureand sessions but has been unable to find

S' / 'moon and by her charming manners all and a welcome awaits you if you Kissimmee: Our Sundav school has profit to all who attended, and favor sufficient to become a law.
fr ," 1" has! won a large circle of friends all made some advancement in the J.past the work thus started will no doubt A bill that had for Its purpose the
,
i'' of whom will wish her much happiness. year in the way of newly organizedclasses be felt throughout the county and redound Wednesday the senate consumed reducing; of tbe amount of land that
S S i ,S Mr. Bryan is a promising come.THEATERS etc. to the honor and glory of God all of two sessions considering tbe was exempt for homestead met a

,. S. .1t;' ,..... young business man and is associat- We have organized since the Sun- everywhere.W.. salt water' fish bill, which had been sad fate in the house Thursday when '
1'fS'S: .'i\.d with Sam G. Ragsdale in the real day school convention of last year a H. JONES. President tiled In the house, but came back Forrest Lake and Amos Lewis put t6'

r : ..' estate. business.. , cradle roll which is doing good work. JOHN M. ANDERSON, in a reconstructed form for senate' up a fight against Representatives
. .- Dixie Theater. The primary department of the school _Secretary! |fro Tern..OO.O..tO..t.O..O. action. After amending practically I Martin and Woods, that resulted in '

J... I. .': .5 PICNIC' '. J. H HarUell formerly of Cincin- has been put under the care of a every section., but leaving protection I Ito the bill falling on roll call. I''I'i
A"JoI17h.rt ,
of people enfi
5: young nati and well known in Florida as a primary superintendent who is doing .. the Industry, the bill finally wentto Today (Friday) some thirty Insurance .
.S j joyed a picnic at St. Cloud Tuesday, ,
.
".; 5 \. has leased the good work. 4 MAIL ORDER the engrossing committee and will bills are .on the senate calendar -
theatrical
'' manager, 4
; r.- V-! After a picnic dinner the crowd enJoyed -
the calendar
'S -'. Dixie theater from A. A. Tano and is We have appointed a missionary 4 COMMANDMENTS 4 appear on of third reading as a special order and will consume ,
,. .,..',' S::" .",,_ ... Marie Hnddleston bathing and Louise boating.Clark Misses, DotS now in charge of the popular house. committee which takes care of the 4 bills Friday. probably all of the time today j
,, The same high grade of pictures are program for missionary Sundays; anda OO..O..Ot.OtOOOO..OOThe and Saturday!' These bills were introduced -
,, _.....,,*\ Thomas, Mattie Belle Harris Ethel being run by Mr. Hartzell at a set visitation committee which looks after The bill to require al naval stores by Senator Watson the first
!:, S Lee. Edna Schwelkart, Ethel Gilbert, price of five and ten cents. the general welfare of the mem- following ten commandmentsare sold and shipped out of the elate! lobe week In tbe session and have been
':I' ,\. :Elsie Diets, Edna Calkins, Amy Mak- One of Mr. Hartzell's first consid- bership of the school. offered for the guidance of cata- Inspected by a state inspector threshed out thoroughly In the committee -

t .S. Leona Itober on. Nettie Newton. .average attendance of 170.. Our measure, has reached the calendar of
J son, H. F. Hartzell is at the piano; 1. You shall Bell your farm prod- the committee meetings there prom-
:i r Messrs. Howard Mills, Sheldon Johnson George Young, of Tampa, violinist; I offerings are fairly good. ucts for cash whenever you can, but thIrd reading bills and will more than ises to be a warm fight on the flooron
c .r; : Arthur Jarrell Harold Herts We feel sure the County Sunday the
and C. D. Mcintyre is retained as not to us. We do not buy from likely pas senate this week. some of the bills.
: S r'' berg. L. D. Geiger, Don Beuter.it1':1. drummer. It is announced to the pub- School association has been beneficialto you. SI

; lic that the orchestra will play every- our school and are ready to cooperate 2, You shall believe our state-
one's favorite pieces upon request. with all\ of the movements of ments and buy all you need from us,

HAS GOPIES'QF PAPER Fred Garner is still at his place as the convention to further the interests because we, want to be good to you I = American Colors for Women = I I
< operator. Tonight's program will be of the Sunday schools of the. although we are not personally acquainted -
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'f..rI "L' made up of "The Mill by the ZuyderZee county. I with you. .

;: 51:f : }:j PUBLISHED IN 1888 sion, of a two Loneliness reel Domino," a Beauty; 'In the film Man-and Secretary A. E. and COWGER Treasurer., 3. You shall send your money In Now it's American colors for the dian red will be known as Hiawatha, ,!

I.. .. one other reel. Saturday's program First Presbyterian school of Kissim- advance to give us a chance to get American women. The wave of patriotism and Christobal, a crude brick shade,
the goods from the factory with -or of feminine fickleness has been designed for
your trimming only. '
will be as follows: mee: We have 148 on the roll with .
''i .. Th. Valley Gazette is indebted to money meanwhile will have that has caused her to frown But at '
"The Slave Girl" two reel Reliance; average attendance of 60, cradle roll ; you to upon any rate, Prussian blues and
S. 'I. :jV .' Dr. Simpson for copies of the Kissim- Keystone comedy'; "His sLovei" 6. home department 16, organizedclass wait patiently for ...weeks as that is foreign modes is now responsible for Russian greens, London grays and :,
1 f.: I, mee Leader a newspaper printed herein and two reels\ of the "Exploits 17, teacher training class 9,'|lour business method. the introduction of an entirely new Persian reds have become taboo. The 'S
,.S a .i S ;" 1888. It was edited and published ." S graded literature in Beginner's Prim- set of shades designed to make thoseof American woman has made her! declaration i
'rt. ; ...!! by S. R. Bassett. Graystone Casino. ary, Junior and Intermediate depart- 4. You shall apply to your near- ) the time-honored rainbow look drab of independence and a waiting .
est to aid
S city in
The paper contains many items you building good by comparison. world is breathless to the
The program for tonight at the ments. Offerings average 2.10 each see J
;, 0' t about people who have long ago passed i.. Casino is composed of "From Peril to Sunday. Points in efficiency, four. roads the so goods that you from can the convenientlyget Goethals grit-a light sand, as its result. .,
well depot for .
into the Great we
Beyond as as
'f, .5. Peril" and "Percy Sou- W. B. WITHERSP ON, do not build name might indicate-Cristobal red, ,
\ !' advertisements of many business men Kalem '',His Dominant Pastor. country roads. independence blue Baby Francis
; brette, reels; pink, Fifty thousand British railway J
,.' "i'' who have since eitheir died or left thef' named in honor of the white men
/\40 5. You shall house
I Passion, Vitagraph; and "The Guid- First Presbyterian school of St. buy church bells joined, or rejoined the colors when f..
\ cit,. ; ing Fate Biograph. Saturday's and church fixtures from and for- infant; Ponce de Leon green with
,\f', 1 is.. the advertisers Kissimmee pro- Cloud: The school has held a session us war was declared. 1
S I ,' Among of which were: A. E. gram is as follows: "Through Eyes each Sabbath during the year with an ward the money in advance for this Penn gray to give a touch of seriousness 1J
Bank J
., City of Love," Essanay; "Seed and Harvest enrollment of 110 and an average at- !, is our business method and you shall are a few of the new shades
president B. P.Drought .
and II.
;l Drought was the Waters & Carson ," two reel Kalem, and "A Question tendance of 62, united with the churchon collect from the business men in your that have been put on the market. .II f

.. i y '? Grocery, cashier store;, which is still doing- of Clothes," and "Buster Brown's confession of faith 11, points in city ag much money as you can for But not all. In addition there is

business here': Adfer's Shoe House; J. Uncle," an Edison split reel. efficiency attained 8. Teachers and the benefit of the churches, tor it l Isis knickerbocker, a medium shade of GRAYSTONE

71'l { W. Miller & Co. stable Dr. J. . officers have been faithful and effi- against our rules to donate ary tan, with its companion Chevy Chase,
, ; ; livery ......O..tO.. ... '
';* C. Elldns. dentist; W. R. Johnston, 0THE KNOCKER'S CREED. cient in all their services during the money for country churches. a light mode. The pinks run the ga- CASINO J
bounty judge Dustin ft Murphy (Major year. mut from the palest Priscilla down
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6. You shall buy tools from
your
'{',,1 T. M. Murphy, now county judge), I believe that nothing is right. .. LILLIAN IDE, us and be, your own mechanic in or through Baby Francis, Evangeline.old UNDER NfW MANAGEMENT >'6
'S, !,. manufacturers of brick; E. D. Bens, I believe that everything fa. Secretary. der to drive the mechanics from happiness to Lafayette, an intense
Open
d5 i: attorney at law; Charles Swayne (afterwards 4 wrong. I believe that I alone Methodist Church school of St. vicinity, for we wish it BO. your rose.More Every Night
: 1 Judge Swayne), attorney at 4 have the right idea. The town Cloud: Average attendance 177, home time forethought and sentiment Best Motion Pictures
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law;.James P. Peeler, M. D.; Kissim 4 is 'the editor is wrong, department 18, cradle roll 9, teacher 7. You shall Induce your neighbor have been expended on the General Furnished by J
.; ri! .u 1'\ mee, City Grocery House, owned by 4 the teachers- are wrong, the* training class 14, offerings average to buy everything from us, as we' blues, however this than on any other film Co. ,.I
Sua 1, J.>;: R., 8 CraIg A; Company; Watson's 4 things they are doing are wrong 6.61. have room for more money-the less color: because of all, is the American Admission 5 and lOc
i S / I Hardware store; Sears 4 Hughe7d' J. 4 and they are doing them in the Baptist Mission school of Kissimmee money you have in your community woman's favorite. Independence,
W. 4 anyhow. I elieve I : Average attendance 60, home the which promises to be universally Sc In Gallery
:i Thompson, carpenter er.1t' wrong way sooner we can put your local mer- ,
4 S 'f-.. taker; M. Katz ft Company and many 4 could fix things if they would let department 42, just organizing cradle chant out of business and charge you adopted The is an absolutely original A. ROBBINS .
e ..others. 4 me. If they don't I will get a 4 roll, offerings average $1.25. any price we please. color. outcome of an inspiration Manager I
The committee nomination made of a department head of one of the D or._. .! 7 .. m.
: .j Church and lodge notices printed 4 lot of other fellows like myself on 'p
Q' 't\l\;i% .:how the following; facts: C. E. Jones and we will have a law passed to report which was adopted and i is as 8. You shall look often at the big shops, who conferred with a dye
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v follows beautiful pictures In our catalogue so artist in carrying out his idea. In- _
1 ., ttfnt*' 'pastor of the Presbyterian 4 make others do things the way :
AJ 4 them done. 4 President, W. II. Jones, Kissimmee. mat your wishes will Increase and BO dependence is an attractive, purplish hv
-. ,.,. t.OOOOOOO.t.
I. I Methodist church; E. M. W. lillie, D. 4 I do not believe that the town Vice-President. G. O. Ricketts, St. you will send In big orders although shade of blue, the result of a combination -
.5 4 is Cloud. you are not in immediate need of the of the American flag colors.
flip was rector of the Episcopal church ought to growIt too big
,. -1 i*nd -W.,.B.-Py. was pastor of the Baptist now. I believe in fighting every 4 Secretary, J. L. Oyerstreet Kislllmmee. goods, otherwise you might bare An even more defiant shade of blues c. *
.church.. J., M.1 Bryan was wor- 4 public improvement and in spoiling 4 some money left to buy some necessary Barbara, named from the aggres w. GRIFFIN H
.ahJpfnl master of the1 Masonic: lodge! everybody's pleasure.. I am Treasurer, James M. Johnson, KisBimmee. goods from your local merchant sive Barbara Frietchie. Betsy, Inspired W

S '-and J.ilk Lo,> secretary; S. C,. Headley 4 always to the front in opposing + t. You shall have the merchants by Betsy Ross, is a true blue with ,
: 'f .was chancellor, commander of the .4 things and never yet have I advanced Elementary Superintendent, Mrs. C. who repair the goods you buy from' no suggestion1 of other color and Pocahontas Staple and FancyGROCERIES .
4; ,X lghta'Clfl7tbiaa.lodge. A'postof"floe 4 an idea or supported a 4 K. Hendrix St. Cloud. us book the bills so you can send the is the name given to the
: notice, shows,tha .,D.- C. Leo was movement that would make peo- Teen Ago Superintendent.* Mrs. Madge money back for his labor to us for color best described by the tones of

:;' ".j!., ;poll D<er{ .4 ma70I'"t" ',.t' ''" .'.,. .''.''''''.,.'.'" . ., : woman-or;; chilL I. Adult Superintendent Mrs. M. A. notloe our Influence. Ponce! de! Leon, youthful ,apple- .
4 am opposed to fun and am hap- 4 Evans. Kissimmee.Teacher blossomy n is in the sam cat.i.gory .
.111. :3lf -chicken byf holding ,. Training W B. Wither 10. You shall In case of sicknessor with Hudson. DeSoto '
you Bing a >I 4 plestatfun.raLI I believe in :, and Co ,Free I!'
I i,, 'f'i,;. rif 9."r tho .sUcohol :burner(.of;your 0'' .tqtjn : reforms that, will ,take* spoon, Kissimmee. need apply to your local dealer for lumbus. The purple shades are represented Delivery to all ]Pam' ..
./: t?,tea kettle af ehaflns dish you can dono.,00t 4 all th. joy out of life.:, It's a sad '" Missionary Superintendent, Mrs, HiH. ; aid or credit.a. we 40 not know yoU, by. a Martha Washington *, 'of. the at7' ,/ '
r.m-i'; .... taIIk: thoroughly: and S world and I am glad of it.'t-Amen." .\ Huff, K aimmee. .1') nor care to.-Eeois. (Tex.) Mon-" lavender,.-and, Lincoln .nd. Arlington, 1 ,J./) S.'
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t: THE USSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE matters. ' t r ..... . )'I
M1'I'SUmMI'.eal1ee1lat'tM
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Published>> Every for another :year.. ; ,
Friday By, *..?. Reeves of The Point t 'Product of the "modern r''
\\ =w. HARMS IB. O. VAU* AQMEW the city Saturday.} was" in:; ; : most factory '
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( 0 c. : ,: Trade cards good for one year 60/' .

40b'P400606POt, 04 000 vote. Dann's Department Store.

Randolph Young' spent Monday-'in L'ON &IIEEALY

Weather Report Tampa 'on business. :

MC-.S. Acres of The. Point, pent ,
t Monday in Kisslmmee.
'
T. J. Farr hts returned from' an
Following are daily tempera extended visit in Georgia.
:
tures; and precipitations as reported M: L. Schreifels, of Shingle Creek 'pI&TNOS t *u
by Government
Kissimmee for the week stationat end spent Tuesday in the city. :; -

ing Thursday, May 13: visitor W. W.in Clark the city of The Tuesday.Point., was a G

Friday 97 73 Prize awarded next week, 50,000 ',' I I

Saturday __ __ ...92 75 .38 votes. Dann's Department Store. S

Sunday .. .. -78 66 1.34 S. W. Rhymes, of Whittier, spent J.. "

Monday __ __ .. ..89 68 Monday in Tampa on business. Ii I'-' Best Piano value in America. The name.,of'' 1) ".

Tuesday __ __ _I Haveyou heard the Dixie orchestra? '
,
-- T. L. of this firm is familiar to every lover good music'Cash ;
Wednesday .90 66 i.7fc Harney Orange Center
spent Tuesday in Kissimmee.
Thursday ._ __ .88 '
69
C. H. Bronson, of Shingle Creek, or Time Payments '

., was a visitor here on Monday. \

O O O'U 0 OO'.O+UO city from The Point :
Wednesday.
"O UOO.OUu.o.o"OO+Oo .1} 7. s
Mrs. E. E. Brown, of Campbell Station It

. spent Saturday in the city. Until the close of the Contest I Will give votes "
Last call .
I The Local Field I 50,000 votes on contest.

Dann's Department Store. I. 1Ii on total price of Piano when first payment is

i 0 0< 0 0 0 00< c..o.**< HO 0 .H-Co well Reed's made bread and well and baked.cakes are always 21-2t made. Here is a chance to help the contest
J i
, j Oh, you Dixie orchestra.R. Geo. F. Parker spent Monday and i I t t I ants. A $300 Piano means "

B. Savage, of St. Cloud, spent Tuesday in Tampa on legal business. l1 S .

Monday in the city.J. Edward Yates, of Boggy Creek, '
1 was a visitor in the city Monday. Three Million Votes '
Blackwell
A. 0.( St. Cloud, spent ,
Monday in Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Story, of Boggy

,4 N. W. Green, of Sanford, was in Creek, for spent Monday in KIssimmee.Ask --1 Iiit When the first payment is made. Call and
Reed's Be
bread.
the eity Friday evening. sure you ')
get it. 21-2t
Earl Lupfer spent Monday on a see my stock i
I busines trip to Tampa. Coming, tomorrow night Where,
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.
Dixie of course.J. .
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George W. Mann of Bartow, was a 4r
E. Lupfer trust of bankruptcy,
visitor in the city last Saturday.

Elaine at the Dixie tomorrow. spent Mrs.Monday Aaron in Reaves Tampa, of on The business.Point '
J.W. Prentis 07 Broad Kissimmee Fla. .
\ W. A. Smith, of Lakeland, was was in the city shopping last Satur- way 3-7
1 here Monday on business. ,

F. B. Buddulph, of Lake City, was day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. L. Mosely, ol 4 .

a visitor here last Friday. Shingle Creek, spent Tuesday in the

Mrs. R. A. Siesy, of Chicago
f was city.Miss -- - -- --
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1 a visitor here on Monday.F. Madeline Hill, of Narcoosee,
W. Hill, of Narcoosee, was a was a visitor in the city cm Wednes They will return next fall to spendthe last Saturday, making the trip in Creek, accompanied by Miss Jennie
visitor in the city Tuesday. winter here. Woodruff's automobile. Mr. Mr'l Robb with whom she will spend several
day.Mrs. was seriously hurt when the days. She will also spend a few V
Mr. and Mrs. Wood Tyner Mr. and
.
Help contestants, 60,000 votes.Dann's J. D. Jeffords left Wednesday
bile struck a rough spot en route and days with the Rev. and Mrs. George
Mrs. Walter Branson, Jim Bronson,
1 Store. for Orlando where she will visit relatives
Department PURITY
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fox, Mr. and Mrs.P. threw him against the top of the machines Branston.The S
Country Store, Dixie Tuesday. He removed to the hotelon J d f
G. Cromartie, all of Shingle Creek, was Episcopal church memberswere '
'P Do it trade .ards Mrs. Belle Modi and Mrs. Potter, in his arrival here and later taken
now, buy 50.000 were visitors the city last' Saturday. surprised last Sunday to find anew 1
her sister left for Mount
Wednesday home train.
by
votes. Dann's Store. '
; epartment Vernon, O Miss Julia Norton and Miss Martha "Cathedral" organ placed in the AND
H. A. Coble and O. S. Watts, of St. Norton, of Haines City, came up Mon Miss Bess Mosely is visiting friendsin church. This organ was secured ,
: Cloud, spent Monday in the city. S. G. Barber and H. A. Myers, of day to attend the high school com- Orlando.L. through the efforts of R. D. Porter,

., Mrs. Frances Vesey, of Arcadia, Boggy Creek, spent Saturday here on mencement and visit Mr. and Mrs. H. Ingram was a business visi- who collected the money ordered the
business.
spent last Saturday in Kissiramee. Frank Norton. They left for their. tor to Tampa today. instrument and had it placed in the QUALITY '

W. H. Brokaw, with Gnffing Brothers Cyrus Center Payne one "W.visitors T. Boff,the ofOrange home on Wednesday.Mrs. Bargains in hats at Miss Bandy'sthe church with cost to the ordinary. con- ;!
were in
gregation.
F VanDnser and
' the tree peoplo. 40-tf 'I J. grand- next two weeks.
city Saturday. daughter, Miss Leonore VanDuser, McCorkel & Thomas, proprietors of
P. H. Lawson business visitor
F. M. of was a
Okeechobee
Mobley, spent T. A. Hughey and G. B. Lawson, ofMilliard's left on Wednesday for Berryville, the Purity 'Ice Cream company ol)
\ in St. Cloud Tuesday.Mr. preeminent in $
are
last and in Kissim- \:
Friday Saturday i island hereen ,I
spent Monday Ark. After a short stay there Mrs. Kissimmee, had a record day's business
-Amee. .. and Mrs. A. R. Daniels, of Or-
.
business.Miss will last the
VanDuser on to Pennsylvaniafor Saturday on occasionof
go
,. I L. L. Lucas and Carter Thompson Elberta Anderson, of Shingle an extended visit with relatives.Mrs. lando, spent Wednesday here.J. the big cattle sale and barbecue. PURITY ICE CREAM : ::' *

of St. Cloud, were vistors in the cityj Creek, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.K . J. E. Mattocks, son and daughter S. P. Lyle, of Orlando, spent. They sold between 130 and 140 gallons

on Monday. P. Butler. arrived Wednesday from Mount Thursday here on business. of ice cream that one day and Don't take our word for It ,

Miss Maud Alice Wagner left Tuesday O. B. Howse, of Ocala was a visitor Dora and are spending a few days at James Kincaid, of Daytona, was a their plant was busy from early morning I ,. ,
1t to spend the summer in Indiana' in the city Tuesday, looking after the Manhattan hotel. They were for visitor in the city on Thursday. until late at night. ) 3 3tives {

'.' visiting relatives. business interests. merly residents of the city aid have Bucilla crochet cotton, white and Due to the vigilance of Night Policeman Just Phone \

many friends here. colors, sold only at The Embroidery Coleman, who is always on .
A. B. Grout, representing the Florida Attorneys (;eo. F. Parker and H. S. '
Grower of Tampa, was a visitor Garrett were in Orlando one day this N. G. Gardner representing the Shop. the job to preserve the peace of the 214 .,

.r-,;. here last Saturday. week on legal business. National Live Stock Commission company Morgan J. Bass, of Mulberry, was city, four negroes' Louise Green, Tom .
{ of East St. Louis, spent several here last Saturday to attend the cattle Green, Tom Fra'sier and Annie Ed- ,
Buy cards them later 50-
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Illman, of St. now, use +
1 Cloud the visitorsIn 000 votes; last chance. Dann's Department days here this week, interviewing the sale. wards were arrested Wednesday night For your next order and
. were among many
Storr. stock men. He expects to arrange to W. H. of DeLand. here on North Main street on charge of it for .
'" the city last Saturday.W. Peaker was fighting. They were... tried before prove yourself ,
.
handle some business for the cattle .
this week
M. Davis of the Southport Cattle H. E. Cole and H. W. Grady were men of Osceola county. Peake. visiting his father Captain Mayor May Thursday morning. All "THE TASTE TELLS". '
:, company was here from Orlando in Lakeland this week to attend the were released except Annie Edwards, .
on business Monday and Tuesday. meeting of the State Optometric soc The Kissimmee Business college did' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lincoln spent who WM fined $7 and costs. I .
not move to the Makinson building as Sudden 1 R
Kissimmee
Thursday at Park at his
f Miss Mildred Winn left Wednesdayto iety.Mrs. announced last week, but instead has I Dr. W. L Winn, accompanied by ....Service"f '
.
(
grove.
spend the summer with her grandmother Nathan Norton, of Dundee, taken a ground floor room in the his daughter Mils Mildred left i
Mrs. Kirkbride of Dayton 0., who has been spending several days Thurman building just across the arcade Attend. the sale of hat at MiesBandy's. Thursday night for Dayton O. Dr. The -y: ; ,

I What is Country Store Tj with relatives, left for her home on from the, G. A. R. hall where It Come. early and get your I Winn will return in'ten day,'while '
I choice.
h Tuesday. is now pleasantly located.W. Mis Mildred will remain for the Purity i .J Ice Cream..Co r.
,f j Clarence Bunnell, of Bassenger! returned .
Mrs. Roll '
Overstreet ,
toher. her .
.
visiting ,
several days here this week, the, 'Miss E. L, Wenner spent several MeD. Green state recruiting summer ITBndparoentsiI I 61McOorkel
, pent of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barclay.' days in Tampa this week, buying holiday agent for convicts, was here Wednes- home at Campbell Station on Mr. and Mr*. Kirkbride ,4! Thornae ". / : ,
i.\ guest goods for the Wenner-Sawyer day night and took A. White, a negro, Tuesday. known in Kissimmee. Next fall Miss 8 DAKUNOTON AVB1TOH kw

i Dr. S. Puleston and Alfred Foster, company.J. to the state camp at Raiford. Whitewas I Miss Mabelle Atwood, of Darien, Winn; who. was, a .member ,of this
of Sanford, were among the out-of- R. Powell vice-president of the convicted 01, murder at the last Ga. arrived Wednesday to spend sev'eraf years graduating class of the Us-
.
c, town visitors to Kissimmee last Saturday Consolidated Naval Stores company, session of the circuit court and sen- weeks visiting her brother, J. K. ceola high school will enter the State --- . __- ,, '

i of Jacksonville, was in the city this tenced to a life term.J. Atwood, of this city. Normal hool at Cape Girardeau, Mo. at Orange Center before going ,/""

t R. C. Robertson and H. H. Edick, of week on business.Mr. C. Ledbetter and family have Mrs. L. H. Cohoon is spending a Marcellus Marison, who recently ar- to Greenville, Tenn., where they will ;
j'' near Utica, N. Y., were here this week moved in one of the Franklin cot- few days with her sister. Mrs. Weth- rived in Kissimmee to make this his make their future home.
looking after their investments in this Beverly, represent Volland &: erbee, at Milliard's island. \ F
the courthouse this week. home and who .
tages near permanent
. Co.. publishers, of Chicago, was here purchased a N. W. Moorehead, of near Shingle )
s ction. ,
this week, calling on the WnnerSawyer Capt. II. M. Peake, who recently pur- Joseph A. Santiago was called to five-acre tract in Liberty Park Was a Creek, was In the city
Joe Whitner, Joe Cameron, wife and chased the Ledbetter residence in Green Cove Springs Thursday by a caller at the Valley Gazette office this Saturday. i

children, of Sanford, were vistors I II company.E. Cape Breeze, expects his family to arrive telegram announcing the serious illness week. Mr. Marison is well pleased Noah Smith, of Whittier, spent
t'I here last Saturday attending the cattle R. Longanecker, who lives north- and occupy the home next week. of his baby. with Kissimmee and is already a Monday in Tampa on business 1
, sale. east of the city on the Boggy Creek booster. He likes the
Mrs. B. A. Graham Valley Gazetteas
Heavy winds which accompaniedthe returned to her L. F. Martin was a business visitor :;
Miss Cleo Wooldridge, a teacher in road, was in Kissimmee to spend the rains of the past week have caused home in Jacksonville on Thursday af- a newspaper and states that it has to Tampa the first of the week. (.
, the public schools, left Tuesday fo. day Wednesday.Mr. some damage to shade trees about the ter a visit with her parents, Mr. and more general information in it each '.'
'
I I Sneads, where she will spend the summer and Mrs. Charles Close, of Dun- city. The chinaberry tree on the cor- Mrs. J. F. O'Berry. week than any local paper he ever Charles Wilson of Winter Haven, ;

I months. dee, attended the high school com- ner of Broadway and Dakin avenue Miss Marie Bain, who has been visiting read.Mrs. spent Saturday in Kissimmee. .

' Mrs. Bertha Blagg, of San Diegota, mencement exercises here and visited near the R. S. Floyd grocery store Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Berry and- W. H. Dawes and four children B. E. Evans spent Tuesday in St l' ', c

Mexico, is visiting her parents, Mr. friends, returning home on Tuesday. had several of its limbs blown off. family, returned to her home in Jacksonville arrived Wednesday from Greenville. Cloud on business.

t and Mrs. Clark Howell, at their home Miss Margaret Nelson, who has P. C. Bottorff, a prominent businessman Thursday. S. C., to join Mr. Dawes, who has been J. M. Lanier and sons, Wade and r r'

i r north of the city. been the guest of Misses Elizabethand of JelTersonvifle, Ind., spent several here for the past eight months as Raymond, of Campbell Station
Mrs. S. S. Buzza were \
IIarold ,
and
rt D. C. teed and Henry Madler. of Anne Carson returned to her days here the guest of his relatives Harriet sons bookkeeper of the Yellow Pine Lum- visitor in the city last Saturday. Ir '
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. daughters and Alice, ber company. Mr. Dawes has taken ;
St. Augustine, representing: the Anas- home in Jacksonville early this week. Wagner.He left
tasia Methodist assembly, were in the left for his home yesterday accompanied Tuesday for Corapolis, Pa., to the Hale cottage on Verona street for Miss Una Garner of St. Cloud was I, '
Adolph Knoebel, of Kissimmee make their future home. the the guest of Miss
and Tuesday. by Miss Maude Alice Wagner summer. Mr. Dawes was a happy Mettle Belle HarrIsa
. city Monday Park, has purchased valuable grove who will spend several weeks Miss Louise Clark will leave tonight man this week to have his family with I few days this week. ,
L. E. Voorhies and Mr. Anderson, property at Kissimmee Park from H. him and doubly because he
visiting Mr. Bottorff's family. for her home in Tallahassee, to spend so saw J. R. 1
y and
Curry C. C.
here Tuesday en E. Hensley. The sale was made byJ. for the first Worthington,
of Narcoosee, were the summer. Miss Clark is a valued time an infant son bornon of .(
route to Paradise island to visit Mr. McPhatter. Sheriff Ingram returned Wednes- member of the faculty of the Osceola his birthday, March 24. the Tampa interest were in the city today in . x
of the "
and Mrs. F. Desmond Little.H. J. McPhatter brought Mrs. McPhatter day night from a trip to Macclenny high school. Florida Citrus ex '
I, and Tallahassee. In the capital city Mrs. Elizabeth Rockhill, of Dayton change. They are calling upon the
Armour home from the in Orlando
of
B. Minium, manager I and her hospital friends will he looked in on the state legislature. Ben Walker, Mr. Pieroe and W. F. Ky., this week purchased the fruit growers with the intention of
A Company's plant in Jacksonvilleand on Tuesday many At Macclenny he arrested and brought Howell, of Bassenger and Miss Edna Cummins home at 625 Mabbette street forming a citrus grower' association
she
eon Harry, were visitors here to be pleased to know that is rapidly back wit)> him Lula Williams, a col- Clark, of Kissimmee, are new students and is moving here from St. Cloud, in this section.
attend the cattle sale Saturday. improving. enrolled in the Kissimmee Business where she has been living temporally
I ored woman, who was indicted by the Mr*. J. R. Gilbert. Prater
Mrs. A. J. Par. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hale and grand- I school. to it. and Gilbert
Mrs. W. H. Farmer, grand jury on a charge of grand lar- i occupy Mr. Mrs. F. F. Miss Alberta
cell and Miss Jennie Robb left Mon- daughter, Miss Marie Boyd, left Tues- Ordia Bass has assumed of Cummins and family left Thursday to Hobson! and Ml* Mettle

day to spend the week with, friendsIn day for their home in Omaha, Ill:, af- ceny.Mrs.. the Kissimmee Packing charge .,; return to their former home in Crab Belle Harris leave Saturday la the +
E. A.
Coapman Gilbert
spent Tuesday company car for Ocala
ter spending the winter here. They and Bfieanopy. ;
and St. Petersburg.S. which Orchard: Ky. The sale of this
Tampa was formerly conducted property -
here, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. by Miss Harris will .
at
will return next fall. stop Ocala to via't
H. GaiUkill, of Mcintosh, was George W. Newhouse. Mrs. Coapman Henry T. Bass. Pat Powers will travel |I was made by the Breaker & Barclay -relatives, while
the
the visitors here last Saturday.He Miss Elsa Hille, who has been visiting is the wife of the vice-president and for the company, soliciting trade. 'I agency, which has been quite ac remainder of the
among wll !
party visit In r
tive in the last few Mle&IloP7.PaintWise,
weeks
relatives at Narcoosee in
and spent was making
Sunday
remained over general manager of the Southern J. A. Hunter, of the Hunter Land ;
week. the city, a guest at the Manhattan many real estate deals.
here this and here in his
several Railway
days was privatecar. company, accompanied by S. Thorpe i
Miss Emms Futch, who is a member hotel on Wednesday, en route to her She left on Wednesday accompanied and F. B. Lynch, of Minneapolis, I I I I The Kissimmee Business school is

of the faculty of the Osceola High home in New York city. by Mrs. Eugene Saunders, of Minn., arrived Wednesday eveningand progressing. It is spreading out. It ,> .

school, left Tuesday for her home, Fred Bass Fred Gilbert Kenneth Minneapolis, Minn., who has been visIting in company with J. D. Clark mo- is beautifully equipped, having probably i Is to paint when your property need 0.1: ,
Hampton, to spend the summer. Butler and Edgar Wednesday relatives here for several weeks. tored down on the prairie. I|I I the most comprehensive and it. Paint-foolish to wait for the price Ito

W. G. Harding, general live stock morning to motor to Okeechobee, Among the out.of-town people here The cement block building to be practical banking course in Florida. go-down. J.
agent of the Mobile & Ohio, witht Palm Beach and Miami. They will return last Saturday to attend the cattle sale used by C. M. Ward as a garage and Its bookkeeping course is the one But so man.re foolish, they'll ,. "" '
of Daytona. used the wait a good while.
by way in model commercial r
attendedhe the schoolat
In St. Louis, were following: Messrs. John storage room and which
headquarters cattle sale here last Saturday. Professor Webb of the Osceola Tucker, Seth Woodruff, James Beggs, erected on the lot recently purchase the Panama exposition. Its short- The whole rise in the cost of a Job I
i P: High school faculty, left Tuesday for Colonel Bradshaw, Jess Bumby P. M. by Mr. Ward from W. B. Makinson I< hand and typewriting course are the is 10 per cent The first year's drop .
\ "' r E. L. Hlnckley, of Lakeland, sore his home in Tampa. Professor Webb Larson L. Lockhart, A. Nathan M. on Broadway is nearing completion. i most popular in America. Penman- won't be more than half that/ more :

: here the first of the week. Mr. Hinck- will enter Harvard university next Smith D. Woodrum of Orlando, V. S.Drawdy Mr. and Mrs. John !' ship, arithmetic and spelling are spe likely a quarter. i
4.;, ley was a former resident ere and year to continue his studies there. and E. A. Farnell of OreidoJ. Edna Baker will leave R. Clay and Miss cialties. Popular prices. Delightfully Waiting for 6 per cent more likely .(_.f'. .,. ;
Sunday for 2 1-2.
..I\i {Is looking after hfs property Refreshing rains during the past E. Merrill and Wm. Edwards of, Lakeview, Mich., where will cool premises. French and Spanish ', "" .
they
taught Address The average Job (with Devoe) i ,
Bernard C.
Ansted. *
)lam.ti week have done much to improve the Plymouth.Dr. the ttt
'ry spend summer. Mr. Clay has been '
$80 8
",>. Judge\ James W. Perkins and Attorney here- condition of growing truck gardensin and Mrs. W. F. Blackman, of connected with: the Maeh Brothers garage principal KUsimroee. Fla. 2ltiiMin $2. 0 r percent.Guess not 2.$0. Pat it otTfor ,'*.' ,
,
who were }. ,
D. Landis and around Kislminee and the truck11'0wen '
Carey Winter Park were visitors' in the city and will return this fall to Vallie '
spent remain Savage and Pap Chapman You think of that. Job a* $100. So'> ,
'If 'for the term of circuit courts In.De- are rearing broad smile laetSaturday.. attending' the cattle here for the winter. were united in marriage Satur it i is with inferior paint , -. ;.. :.c ik i.
their
do ti Sunday with Ross Graves who has been In the .sal*. Dr. Blackman who recently resigned - The .brick work on the new River day night May! 8, at the home of the Paint Devoe; do it now If youV '...

a, ,Laud. !'" hospital in Orlando for several weeks a* president 'of Rollins college, building at the corner of Posseil avenue bride's parents tea miles ..from St. property need it, c- .. >;Jl-;,
I >' ,Mt: and Mn. R. J. Roli1l' and don ior following an operation for appendlc:1.ti. has a large stock blooded bas and Broadway bas been completed Cloud, on Lake Gentley.. The wedding PEVOETW ; .

c, 'ter,' Mills Roberta; left today hoer .. baa sufrieie.tly recovered to return bought a number, 'of cattle and the building will soon be readygreatly wa a very quiet affair.' Thoae present < B.; Makinson"A'Co: sell ''L"U.,, .. ti"t Ii.""i ;
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Va., to. a home. He will arrive OD-Sllnda, from Cobb of York, Ala:; ,, '
.;' 5..1" W. droll occopaney., Thistructure thas .were Mr. and Mrs. Savage. Tony "' ':- )It,"Th
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v 4 Saturday to attend the cattle automobile to motor to...Portland, .OV, Merr'Ur'of:: Tangerine; and U. .ur'Diek- who, has f been visiting ,Mra.vwV H.*Justice.of the peace'Of St,; Clouds The In the millinery line at Miss d ( i
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. Sermon 'FloridaFruit L WORLD! ; 'NEWS IN SHORT BITS: I 'The absorbing question, of 4 HfH

: the moment,.far'away from any.hll-A".
:r. l By Rev. A. M. Chishplm.This torte connectl&n- between clothes 'and >r'
: moral development, ,is' wether the
: Ga.Leo
Atlanta Frank' was re. .at.MI..re refusing to' supply .German .
Is At The TopIf small waist is to be expected. No oneseems .
r sentenced to hang June 22. This U merchant .
I to be able to answer this question -.
Frank's last in
iJ .; Is a very happy occasion to tied faith not a blighting doubt that further delay appearance will come by court the arovI Any- Paris.-The Germans have recaptured with'' anything like assurance... ' h bap

a' P us all The rain is falling In great has no light nor hope. Uprightness but 1 ernor's respite. ] .part of the trenches at Vermelles Speculation is rife-cnd.the experts
Florida did nothing producethe : ,
I" abundance but this is a shower of In. the church will maintain sanity. contribution to i taken by the French. The great Ihlnk that by'June we will''he' pullIng -' } nt,' t

blessing at this time, quite as much scriptural: authority, service, charityin civilization Florida orange would its be complete, Its I Berlin..-The Russians In' Gallcia battle north of Arras continues with I In .the- corset a*strings, and 1 the earns

J as any other.,; Hence we have no religion. Hypocrisy would be outlawed duty to mankind would be done j have retreated fifty-five miles and are unparalleled fury. moralist *will' at once ask .how that Ithak
holiness I| by the Germans who have condition can be looked upon with approval '' a higclec
x, complaint to make. We are simply and true made the established Of all the of southern oil pursued
product Athens.--The allies' fleet bombarded us savoring of improvement. <
reached and
glad have lived to rule of life. Rymanow are pressingon.
e,7 ihe common ont day for the clean It must have a place In the individual and sunshine marketed throughoutthe The Austrians have driven the the Dardanelles eleven hours Monday It is unhealthy, ungraceful and belongs , V .Pro
the Florida is the
of 1016. consclenceness. From the world orange Russians northward from the positions causing heavy damage.. Uncon- to phase of dress that represented .' \. ., e' not
,, most welcome and the most accept- fiirmed state that several the acme of
between Uszok and Lukow reports artificiality.
I have chosen for our subject this i the conscience flow the moral currents
ships were hit.Amsterdam.All. For several months the corseUeres give
-II morning passages found In Psalms that exalt or debase. They able.There are oranges and Florida or- passes.cleared The Carpathians are rapidly I have been pinch the corsets at the i
being of Russians. 'sic
11:7. I flow in healing or poisoning streams.It anges. Nature is in her most gracious Italians of military sides of the waistline with 'a foresight 1 .; '
"HI. countenance doth behold the will keep the conscience unsullied, mood when she fashions any Constantinople. defeat of the age in Belgium and Holland are born' of an intimate knowledge rids'D
": upright"; and In Prov. 21:29 "But void of offence. It will quicken It citrus fruit but she reserves her allies on the Gallipoli peninsula and returning to Italy.AthensFierce. of the drift of fashions. Then they I. .jj

5' ; as for the upright he dlrectetb his Into asserting Us rights in every choicest and most delicious flavor her of the Russians in Aserbeidjan a pro-, added an inch or so to the bustline Y

way." realm-a right to be free to Insist last artistic crowning touch for the vince in Persia, was officially" announced I fighting I is going on and began to support thelastics back muscles -
Uprightness Is our specific need. on the mlad to be open to the truth orange produced in the Florida peninsula today. The Turks have pen- on the Gallipoli peninsula, especiallyat by inserts of necessary s lth,
We are facing a great unrest not and to think to Its ownconclusions etrated the positions of the allies at Maridos. The large battleships of to hold iri the accumulated flesh from bet
? ; only in the American people, but all |in whatever direction the truth may Florida can do a great many things Ariedurnu after repulsing attacks Turkish the allies' fleet are bombarding the the wearing of low corsets. Be.

,k the people of the world. The clash lead.Life's well but attains absolute perfection there and at Sed el Bahr, inflicting land forces. Now they are undoubtedly pinching :, oaruat
between capital and labor class plans demand It. Uprightness in producing citrus fruit. Conditionsin heavy 1088es.London.A. in the fronts of the corsets and the IIure
hatred economic waste political Intrigue will incorporate into them val- this peninsula are just exactly ; Rome.-After a three hours' momentous underarm pieces are becoming more ,

the brokep sanctity of the ues that are most vital and abiding. right for growing the sweetest flavored German fleet of both cabinet meeting Wednesday rigid ? What does this signify? Are Pr .

home the girl outcast and the boy Such values have to do with faith, oranges the perfect Zeppelins and aeroplanes raided Eng- it was decided that the burdenof they forerunners of a small waist, ora ,', ever
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frapefruit.
criminal these are some of the factors hope and love. "Man that are causing this turbulen bread alone." though some try it ture is ideal. The south-central and dropped at South End. Several women war will rest upon the Italian parlia-. fit the new fashions, if they come r and

period upon which our nation hay' notwithstanding. A starved spul Is i southern part of Florida is the great were killed and many were injured. ment. upon us quickly? .. tlandis

entered. With this unrest there Is the most pitiable spectacle on wh'ch citrus fruit region of the state. The One aeroplane was shot down _
also a moral awakening. Investigations men or angels have ever looked. 1 state ranges in width from lOO to near Pitsea.Ormsby.The. Berlin.-The Germans captured an Good macaroni is of yellowish tint, .. cod.
A are being made In every dlrtx1tlon. Uprightness/ has a place in service. 150 miles. On one side is the Atlantic trawler important hill at Ypres. They are does not break readily in cooking and "' tioQ
Hellenic
What Is without It? It Is and tke west coast is laved was again bombarding Dunkirk. swells to three or four times its bulk.
a Light as from the nun is !being service ocean burned and sunk off Spring Head Sun- ex'f' -
a flashed from the minds of the peopleon drudgery-a joyless toil. Uprightness ;"by the waters of the Gulf of Mexico day. ",
conditions municipal state and sees Him "who, for the Joy that and to the south is that genial region \. the

national. They are seeking to find was set before Him endured the from which the warm, life-giving Blyth.-The British steamer Wil- ooo o o oooooooooooooo..oooooooo ooooo. '::.<. of

f the real causes of wrongs all the way cross as despised the shame." Christ waters of the Gulf Stream flow. Florida helmina was submarined Saturdayand but

from the office of the Justice of the IB no cruel mauler. "His yoke Is with its coast line of over 1,000 beached at Sauxley. act

i, peace to the Presidential chair. Un- easy and His burden is light He miles, is not only surrounded by water --- -- -- 1 in+

derneath this unrest and, awakening calls. not unto Hlnvery. but to a freedom but there are literally thousands of l'ari"-Th. JJ-ermans are again "Buy Her A Link"The :, me

uprightness of heart must be laid rich III privilege, and replete In lakes within its borders. The celebrated bombarding Dunkirk. Two monster .. of
shells fell inside the city. The :
broad and deep; otherwise this un- promise. lake region of Florida- one gun

rest will prove a delusion and this Uprightness<: Is the very ,sinew of of the most productive orange sections was planted twenty__ n miles_ away. I
moral worth. It is the of nil of the state. Not only is the r.
awakening a farce.Uprightness support ',London.The Cunard liner Lusitania '
in Novelties is in
newest thing out Jewelry the
( \ has many definite other virtues. II is the rook woll air given the requisite decree of moisture one of the motet palatial trans- nd
qualities. It has a divine relation. wllnout which the tender flowers of essential to the growth of citrus Atlantic steamers was sunk by a '

t It is revealed In the word of God. peace and. K iitlenrHB and goodness fruit, but an equable temperature is German submarine last Friday off the hen

V "The way of the Lord is strength to will fall to the dunt. It Is the divine assured and this is an important Irish coast. Between 1,000 and 1,100 Link BraceletWhy

the upright." "We are partakers of channel through which His grace factor. lives were ]lost, a large! number of # 0-
The citrus like lines of
industry all
*hV? righteousness of God, which Is must flow to unsaved lives. Life can I whom were American citizens. Amongthe
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byfaith in Jesus Christ." Uprightness be no greater than the foundation agriculture, horticulture and manufacturing prominent personages who lost not start one for a friend? S 1 0is
has been
s is in keeping with the righteous we lay and the material we build into developed very theirl ives in this marine disasterwere
i purpose of God, which purpose flows It. I rapidly in recent years. It is estimated Elbert Hubbard, famed as a l

t I through law prophecy and Gospel "Build thee more stately mansions, 1914-1915 that the will crop break for all the records.In season. of writer under the pen name of Fra :j Sterling Silver Links only 25 centsSEE f'f
I a. a stream to the sea, unbroken by oh my soul Elbertus Alfred Gwynee Vanderbilt, Ba
.the failures and tumults of man. As the swift seasons roll- I 1884-5 Florida produced only Charles Klein playwright, Charles 'f

cL; Whatever other relations a person Leave thy low vaulted past; 600,000 boxes of citrus fruit. The Frohman, theatrical magnate and T T THEM! Then start a bracelet for some
increased steadily until in
may fulfill it) home or society If be Let each new temple, nobler than production Miles Justus Forman, playwright.
1893-4 it reached a total of 4,163,849 friend, each link of which will be a constant reminder -
f lacks this he lacks an essential element the last !
.I boxes. Then came the historic freeze Tokio.-The Japanese foreign officeis of an enduring friendship. We engrave
of moral statue.It Hide thee from heaven with a
which killed practically all orange drafting a treaty with China basedon them for
is also directive. It bas moral dome more vast you.
trees in northern and central Florida the acceptance of the provisions inJapan's
energy that must find an outlet. The Till at length thou art free I
and in sections of southern Florida. ultimatum, including the restoration -
t volcano covered with beautiful grass leaving thine outgrown shell. ,
of Kiao-Chau.
The dealt
industry was a staggering
*, may not-how on the surface Its Inward My life's unresting sea." Admitting that the is displeased
blow by this unprecedented severe public -
( forces, but when Us Is I Cole
energy weather, and in 1895-6 the production with the result of the negotiations Jewelry Company
FASHION CHANGES FACES.
released the earth Is shaken Its
with
I the conservative is .
of citrus fruit was only 147,000 boxes. press urging / "
y power. The energy of uprightnesswill Fashion has i included the change of The recovery was slow, for it was necessary the Japanese to exercise self-re- ,
find expression and will the
move face in its changes this season, per- to replant thousands of or- straint. .
world. But it Is always properly haps to better advantage than ever chards and the industry was practically Advices from Pekin say it is believed COOO Oooo o 06ooo000000000************
balanced and directed. Balanced before. Every year a flew style seems abandoned in the northern part of there Russia will demand privileges -
f with the grace of God It does not go to be in vogue. For instance, two the state. In 1901-2 the production in North Manchuria, similar to ----- .
off on a foolish tangent, but is directed those granted China in South Man-
v''', years ago the vampire face was rampant was only 792,589/ boxes, but from 4
l to human uplift and happi- with the mysteriously pulled that time on the industry developed churia.
i ness. It seeks to bold forth truth, down hat which shadowedthe steadily and its old a
completely soon regained
London. "Murder: lust and !-
pillage
not falsehood to bear righteousness .
The slit skirts .
eyes. narrow were prestige.In
not sin, to offer hope not !; have prevailed in many parts of
despair. also used and visitors to this country 1908-09 the production was 2- FCITRUS EXCIh4NOEThe "
Belgium held by the German forceson t
It cannot be defeated. It Is not
thought some dread disease had 250,000 boxes. The record crop up to '
( defeated by praise, censure or trial. hold of nearly all of the younger the present season was in ((912-13 between a scale unparalleled in any war
civilized nations the
To the upright praise is comely. They women. when boxes during
j j i 8,125,349 were shipped "
three centuries declares the
past ,
know the truth of the scripture. The next there wonderful
year was a the crop that year being valued at statement of' the British
When ye think< ye stand take heed transformation vampire was 16925756. government

1 lest ye fall. Beware when all men gone and in her place the sweet, de- The crop for the present season is presented comsission to headed Premier by Viscount Asquith.London.AntiGerman Bryce
peak well of you. The people who mure "Quakeress' appeared with the estimated at 8,200,000 boxes dividedas

J 4_vt would crown Christ with honor one expression of trying to hide from the follows: Grapefruit 4,000,000; riots are increasing citrus production of Florida U increasing by leaps

day, the next day crowned him with wicked world. Youthful short dresses oranges 4,000,000; tangerines, 200.-( ; in violence. The police are
thorns. ' Censure cannot defeat It. dainty slippered feet and all sorts 000 to 225,000The approximate valuation !- It is expected that troops and bounds. Demand. must be made to keep pace with the
.( ( ; It is confident of the fact that if fo flimsy materials for apparel were of the crop is as follows: helpless.necessary to preserve order. .

Ood.is for us who can be against us. used exclusively.Most i! Grapefruit, $6,600,000; oranges $6- Many stores refuse to sell goods to I increasing supply.
1 '. Every reformer Calvin Luther remarkable of all i is the 000,000; tangerines, 500000. Germans, Austrians or Turks. Whole- huh
1 Hu..,) Knox Wesley Campbell was change this season. p..int--powder -interesting phase of the citrus
met with ,censure. What is censure and all fol-de-rols must go. We have fruit industry in Florida in recent There is just one way by which to make market for the !:s, i'j"
at last reached a normal state. Clear. I I, DAINTY WHITE APRON.A 1.,
ILt 1C paths are :blazed along the way years has been the remarkable InCrease 1
of God, It does not tear trial. Moses, eyed, red-cheeked, healthy-looking in grapefruit production. I coining citrus: Crop of Florida-by intelligent advertising to 1e
girls in very sane clothes, such as dainty white apron that takes lit- I '
tried Daniel and others has
attained
was /so was Grapefruit a wonderful \
wider of and
have not been seen in years have tle time material and skill is made develop use our oranges grapefruit .
but their'trials' but
work out amore nation-wide popularity and is now follows It .j
is with the
appeared on the stretes this past few as : egg-shape,
j eternal weight of glory. It weeks. regarded as a necessity at tens of point snipped off one end and needsno r \ ,
;lt ; takes lire to burn out the dross, and thousands breakfast tables throughout at the waist line beforeit
41 The health fad is now becoming a gathering The Florida Citrus Exchange foresaw present conditions
the friction of the wheel only puts habit. The clothes are beautiful and the land. It was just a few years is attached to the simple little fold I

the cut and polsh on the diamond. sensible and demand a good healthy ago that it was practically an unknown which is the band. The apron broadens some years ago and began to plan for taking care of the future. ;

,, Does not uprightness measure up body and fine (carriage to suit them. fruit. at the bottom and is decidedly ,
I to true greatness It has depth of if women will stick to this habit The orange industry in Florida is curved says the Baltimore News. It has been the only 'grretrive force in the work of increasingthe ;'.

being.: It is based on the best motive long enough, eventualy they will be- getting on a better basis every year. Place a narrow hem either by machine w
??' } of the heart Motive l is the determining come healthy. It certainly does make Modern methods in growing, packingand or hand about the apron and demand for Florida oranges and grapefruit. l" f

principle of character. It Is one tremble to think what would be marketing the fruit are becomingnot then add an edge of lace. This lace | .t
t so regarded by the courts of law and the consequences of habits such as only more and more popular but should be put on plain except at cer-
the Book of God. Uprightness has have been popular for some time more and mope necessary. With the tain point, where it should be slightly i There hare been remarkably good results considering the 'f.r

,) height of attainment. It aims at should become a style which would formation of a citrus exchange in the plaited in or gathered to make it .I
spiritual realities. The weightiermattera last indefinitely. Can you imagine state the fruit is marketed in a more lie flat when the apron is complete.At limited amount of money the Exchange has had for this educational : ,.

of the law. Justice, mercy and what a woman would become in a few intelligent and discriminating man- the bottom center of the apron work. It has been that there be made ,i' '.
<. j/alth are Its ultimate reach. It also years? Hideous indeed according to ner. Methods all the way from plant- two inches above the tiny hem a me- proven may 'r1

Jhas the breadth of sympathy. Without many people's views. Fashion is kindto ing to selling, are becoming more and dallion-like insert should be made of ) ample demand at good prices for all fruit that can be grown
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; sympathy life Is cold and forbid- our sex, and changes our faces with more standardized. insertion to match the edge shaping I J.n J.
\\y-w 'dlng. The good Samaritan cannot the season thus making us creaturesof Only two states in the American it into a four-cornered diamond. in the State. Join the Exchange! (,

a .be forgotten Sympathy is the life erratic features and not temperaments union can produce the orange which
ranks with the apple as the mpst One should never try to starve the
land, blood of the soul; It | glow i popular
stomach into health for good
wept only
l .of Immortality. Christ about I fruit. Only one state can grow
THE TAILORED GIRL. the Florida orange, the sweetest and blood can cure it, and good blood I
doing god. So will uprightness that
from xi food of fresh
comes plenty
most delicious of all. gi
jt sounded on Him. Though there is a fascinating mili- ,:, The popularity of the American ; air and good digestion. The stomach
nation -
q It has the courage of assurance. I tary trigness about the spring blouse is steadily increasing, and the poisons itself through weakness and i Ai
I Every assurance gives a degree of for 1915 it is more difficult to wear population of the citrus fruit inaction.If I CITRUS &XCHANOE
grows
courage whether In the peaceful than the low-necked elbow sleeved
, t, walks of Life or on the field of battle. model of other years, for tailored cor- apace, BO, broadly speaking, there can you are caught in a shower and I '

., Uprightness has an assurance worth rectness in a blouse must be lived up be no overproduction of the Florida get: your hat wet take it off and turn .( a.k .
believe is to in other detail of the orange. it upside down to dry. The trimming
while. lie in whom we every costume The great citrus fruit of j ..
ti able to keep that which we have even in the coiffure if the pro- industry will not be -so apt to sag.
Florida will stilts
committed to him against that day. per effect is to be maintained.The expand more rapidlyand
;:r.j't''' "We run not uncertainly." Its step girl in a military blouse must cade.substantially during the next de -

j' is firm because It is based on unfall be exquisitely groomed, her skirt The -_ .tom
must hang just right, her hair must orange groves are beautiful at i ;
I. Ing promise. "God Is not slack con- all '
practically seasons of the ,
show no careless or untidy stray locks. year H!
cerning His promises as some men and comprise one of the chief sourcesof S So
i4 slackness," Il ho the She must be tailored from top to
count courage interest
'of the assurance of Its splendid des toe to keep up with her blouse, else states. to visitors from other s o I
she cannot hope to look smart. Smart
"He is rich unto all that call The
tiny. grapefruit trees also claim
I she must look, or the tailored blouse a
.tl", upon his name. Manifold blessingsare will not be becoming. large share of attention for theIs-
1 offered in this world, and in the tatorial delights of this wonderful\ ,t.I.

\ world to come everlasting life. An Should any vegetable burnt take the 'grapefruit are rapidly becoming as "

abundant entrance shall be admlnr pot off the stove at once and set it in widely known as are those of the or- (

Istered Inte the everlasting Kingdom.. a large pan of cold water leaving anges.-From the Florida number of

t It has the courage of assured destiny. about six minutes, and then turn out the Industrial Index Columbus, Ga. Unless Properly Packed Fruit Will Not Bring Top Prices
r Uprightness has not only definite into a clean! put. You will not detect ,
2' qualities 1 but a distinct place. It the burn. Only the yellow rind and juice of
has a place In the -home, the center lemons should be used. The white The marketing of Florida's citrus fruit crop so Under normal conditions next season's crop of

fi of society; the shop the center of To remove a cooking smell\ or purifya pith under the yellow i is bitter and that it will be profitable largely: depends upon oranges and grapefruit will be much larger than ."

1 commerce; the state the center of sick room drop a few drops of oil of care should be taken not to use it at the manner in which the fruit is packed. No that of this year. The grower who sends first s.

)politics; the school the center of lavender in a glass of very trot water. all, especially in cookery. matter how carefully grown sprayed and protected quality fruit to the market will again be the man g'.

'.\ 'education: and the church the center -I in I the grove fruit that is not properly with a big bank account. There will be demand A' fey

': ;'f'/ of %l1Pon. sad In the protecting home It would force. prepared and packed will not bring top prices. for the best, no matter how great the volume. >'Jo\
,be a purifying
IL 2fany':''of ,our social problems that Skinner' "Satisfaction Guaranteed" House Machinery "
1 stagger, faith would., be: solved before 8OS to CALIFORNIABOTH Packing r

t r",: they arose.',;: It would take from cornmerce'unjust Gives Good Fruit the Touch of Quality That Makes it Sell .<
discrimination and ex-
f //>plottUon.'Its polities we would have EXPOSITIONS -, DIVERSE ROUTES LONG LIMIT Anticipating a greater demand than -ever for Future profits in citrus culture depend upon t

a ef,: more 'patriotic"Integrity and less For tickets, nsenatlonlr' descriptive literature, and machinery of this kind to be installed In houses efficient packing house 'equipment as much as

.'demlgogical, conspiracy. Confidence full Information 'phono, wire or writ to now standing andx>thers soon to be erected we anything else. Skinner's T3atisfactiorcGuaran-, '01 "

if i j, would;D e.reatore4.ad, our Uprightnesso 'national H. C. BRETHEYflorida Passenger Agent I have enlarged'our Dunedin plant and this year teed" machinery has demonstrated that it Is a I',
made secure.
; "'- ""' erreatnees Inspire prefer LOUISVILLE' & NASHVILLE RAILROAD hope to be prepared to fill all'orders. paying' proposition to growers of good fruit.\ 1 ;wI
':: 'in tb.coIlegetwonld > I -11..fel PriOM IM JIM t.l1itUWrit .H..tat TW W. UI sU
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. .- I'FIRST FRUiT'EXHIBIT M. ''t). ''Atenochr,* lft.50 iuii ,trad byF ,I> .

. .. -. '.. BIG $ H.-Lawson: ; second prize. Mrs.'. 1LP. I .1;: '
PROVES SUCCESS ,9nh'.'11.00.Mulberry H' 'SUB'-SOILING' &ROVES( ? __ '

' Tftie(:I1omelGarden in't the. South :1ConUna.d'from Pac One.) Preserves-First, price. : ;.
: Mrs. J.: M. WUlson... $5 Cash[.second
. . .- . ,I ecious natufe. ''because of; acquaintanceshtp : prizejMrs., J. A. Harris, $L6O; k .........' .f .J
\ .bMeei;. .t ....ri....Arttd.. .... ..... .,.:....11..... ..... u.i ..-.-* with the judges,.the commit.. third, prise Mrs. Florrie Overstreet, i ,i
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, '-i, I: :.1 Asr/e.tt.r.T CABBAGE. CARROTS, CAULIFLOWERAND CELERT... ; tee.... :ted' persons from ontslde the< '1.00. WITH DTNAMITH,"_t4atee'the' *.....JwwvMwi BMtotar* ... .**.., ek.SW. .' r.

i" : .'Ney. .. ........................ ...............................,................ 6..6.6 : _6.. .. ..... ._ .. county who to do their the services judging.so The_graclousl judges;,, C.Mulberry.H. Jelly-First prise book, Mr*., ..,sww life It,rM.... the wane .('rot H..,:PI..-....K' +W ..... ,
yV 999TTTT gave Woodall, $5 coupon by J. I.
> Y9..9YY9'' for this work were] Mrs. W.-T. Wai ......i/.aneel.y'laelt .t dr ... ...... i : ." .
W. Prentis; second: priM Mrs Florrie
b In' Florid ncf'the' Gulf 'coast' Tegrf preparing" cauliflower it to boQ' th ker. of Orlando; Miss Lollle', 'Abernethy Overstreet, $1.60. > 0.. ........ r.akq y..taeeeeaf;;ly asqualMed wWk .n .st.a.s.a, ,:
r < the other southern states, me: whole head in. salt, water (one tea of Winter Garden;'-J- P. Hoi Grape Jelly-First' prize Mrs- Flor.' ', bi the we ., 4yMBlt !. M_....ter gas ... sits* felt seewsas- .
' ding to the United States departt : spoonful :salt to one quart, owaterk brook and W. M. Glenn, of 'Orlando. rte Overstreet. Star ham by GJ'M. ,,:' 1
kent of until it ia ,tender.. Drained and E. W. Elliott, of Palatkat!*, ,- Imf .*14.vva>. -
1et1n.Na.6471tirtitlede"T biomev the.water"place the cauliflower In'a i The ladies' committee which looked Taylor; second prize, Mrs. M. D. Alex-' '.'w. aawrIes..k. .( all' te.4n .( *....... ...... .F-"" sad, '

area, In'the South: ,"J,cabbage seed baking dish, and pour over' it a white. after,the placing" of'the,display and ander S. Carr,';$1.60, $1.00.; third. prize. ,, Mrs. W,,, J. a trestle N tr..,......... mtmmm kla.tlas..itea ....... ... -........, ,

ad be town in the open any. time< sauce made as follows: Melt two tablespoonfuls the .aecuring: of most of the exhibit .Grape Juice-First prize, Mr*. M. ,,.....d.. _....... Wrl..:'t* I butter and rub into it I.
rom September oJanuary. Along' of 'Miss Anne B. Carson chair.Man
were: D. Alexander, $6 gold piece by A. E.
e- Atlantic. coast from Charleston,, two tablespoonful of fl6ur add one ;( MM. J,. M. WUlson jr.; .U.....W. Donegan. . \.
C.. to Florida, teed may be sown ii cup.of cold'milk; stir unti smooth;; C...Bass Mrs. W.'J, S.arr'and MrsC. Preserved Lowquats-First prize, 1
the.open In October. In all other sections boll the milk with the flour and butter W. brlttln. These ladies de.ervethe Mrs. A. Richmond, $6 in trade by South 'Florida Explosive'
of the south hotbed. or cold until thick. Pour the white sauce hearty thanks of the board of Osceola Hardware Co.; second prize, Company't
.frame* should be 'used for' starting over the .cauliflower, sprinkle will trade for their loyal 1 work In arranging Mrs. B. C. Miller, $1.60. Meade Florida
the plants. A canvas-covered framer two t&bleapoonfulai each: of grated for the exhibit. They worked for I I Lowquat| -Flm prize Mrs. B. Fort ,
[will oe satisfactory, except: in the cheese and buttered crumbs: and several days upon the matter and C. Miller, $1.00.! '

Bolder regions of the south! where brown In an oven. spent the entire day last Saturday In Canned Peaches-First prize. Mrs. .. ,
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hotbeds should be used. Tne..edI Varieties recommended: Earl; showing the exhibit to the visitors. I W. J. S. Carr $1.60; second prize, ------ -- -- ,
should be frames in Snowball and Dwarf Erfurt are the Kissimmee'sflorist.
1 planted in the .. Miss Mrs. S. H- Bullock, $1.00.
November and December or about varieties of caulifiawer: most commonly : furnished a beautiful display Canned Beets First prize, Jeanette .
. .eight weeks before time for planting grown in the south. of flowers which added to the attractiveness -I Prevatt $1.50. ] !
..in the open. Cabbage will WIthstand Celery. of the display.The Plum Jelly-First prize Mrs. B. C. May Lumber Co.Wholesale
In the lower south celery is grows .
.hard freeze if the plants have been room in which the display was, Miller $1.00.Roselle "
hardened off before they are planted as a fall crop: as it will not mature held was donated for the use of the Preserves-First prize, Mrs: *
in the field. during hot weather. The seed is sowi comittee by H. W. Thurman. T. W. Ellis $1.60. \ and Retail] Deafen !. h 4\\
For spring and early sdmmer cabbage : in a cool, shady place in late summer: ', Cash prizes to the amount of $5C Canned -First prize Mrs. W.
the following varieties are recommended and the plants set out In the. autumn were given by the Hunter Land company : J. S. Carr $1.00.. .: ,
: Jersey. Wakeficld Char- as soon as the soil becomes moistThe while other prizes were donatedby I Peach Marmalade First prize, YELLOW PINE LUMBER
t leston Wskefield Allhead, Early and seed should be sown in rows and the merchants: as Indicated in the, Katherine Carr $1.60. ft
;i Succession. The Copenhagen Market covered lightly (not more than one prize list. ( I I Blackberry Jam-First prize Mrs !'
a new variety, has given excellent: results eighth of an inch) or sown broadcast The prize winners were as follows:: L. H. Ingram, $1.60.GEORGIANS Shingles and Laths'
and covered with burlap straw or;
and is well worthy of a trial. .
,( In most sections of the south it is I some other material to prevent the List of Prize Winners. '
not advisable to grow cabbage during loss of moisture while the seed is ger Guava Jelly-First prize, Mrs. J. RBrortson TESTIFY HOUSE, BILLS A SPECIALTY
midsummer but a fall crop should be minating. It will be necessary tx barrel of flour by'Waters &:
seed bed often during dry E. S. All ask b let figure estimate.: 'uc+
grown. The same varieties may bet water the ; Carson; second prize Mrs. we us en your
-r grown in the autumn as In the spring, weather.In Barnes $1.50; third prize G. II. Baker -I 10 MAYR'S REMEDYLives Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. : I
but it is usually desirable to plant the upper south celery may be< $1.00 i
1 larger varieties, such as Flat Dutch or grown in the spring or in the autumn Guava Marmalade First prize
Danish Ball Head. Seed for the fall As.a spring crop this seed should bi Mrs. M. D. Alexander, $5 in trade by Redeemed and Fortunes in Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla
crop should be planted in a cool loca- started in a hotbed during the winter. M. ''Katz; second prize, Mrs. H. P Health Are Recovered.
tion in late summer and the plants so that the plants may mature before Suhl $1.60; third prize, Mrs. W. J. S. I ,- -t '
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l set out as soon as they reach theI. midsummer. Celery does not bleach Carr $1.00.Cbnn Most of the problems of health originate "- "- ;
I. proper size and the soil contains sufficient well in hot weather but rots when d Guava-First prize. Mrs. .E. I in the stomach. Most of these
moisture to start growth. Cab- banked or boarded for bleaching. S. Barnes $5 in trade by W. B. Mak-- ailments can be cured. Thousands of ,
bage plants should be set fourteen to Set the celery plants six inches bison Co.; second prize Mrs. R. T.. people right in the state of Georgia ,
eighteen inches apart in rows thirty apart in rows three feet apart for Butler, $1.50; third prize, Miss Effic are needlessly: suffering from stomach '
1 to thirty-six inches apart. The earl horse cultivation, or eighteen to twen.t.rfour Lawson, $1.00.Orange I troubles while thousands of others ''"'>
t lier varieties, which grow small heads,, inches apart when hand cultivation Marmalade-First prize have found health by the use of Mayr's
are usually set closer than the later is to be employed. Mrs. J. M. Carson $5 in trade by H I Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of .
I Celery requires a deep, rich, moist C. Stanford Co.; second prize, Mrs. this remarkable remedy' is proof.
ones.For further information on cabbage I soil and frequent shallow cultivation G. B. Woodall, $1.50; third prize Mrs.A. Here are the words of two Georgians
growing read farmers' bulletin No. When grown as a fall crop celery maybe Y. Richmond, $1.00. who have used it: 1e1 ,
433 entitled "Cabbage." planted after some other crop such .Orange Jelly-First Mrs. B. DUNCAN 136 W. Peachtree St.. I
Carrot. as peas, beans cabbage, lettuce or Pearce, $5 in trade by Palace DrugCo. Atlanta, Ga.-"I took one bottle of I
, The soil and cultural requirements' radishes. When the celery plants are .; second: prize Mrs. M. A. Clark, Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and it did
( nearly grown a little soil should be much I must continue the
$1.50. good
of carrots are practically the same as me so wk'r
r'r
however drawn around the base to hold the Orange Wine-First prize, W. W. treatment."
for beets. Carrot seed ,
? plants in place. About two weeks be- of shoes by Dutton- 55 La France
TI should not be planted so deep as beet Carson, $4 pair I SALISTA THOMAS
11 1 seed and the plaits can be allowedto fore they are wanted for the table the Harris Co.OrangeadeFirst. St., Atlanta Ga.-"1 have taken your 4c
bleaching should begin. Soil boardsor Mrs. W. J. I
closer together in the row. prize, remedy for five weeks. I feel like I c U
grow r
Carrots may be dug in the autumn paper may be used for bleaching, S. Carr, $5 in trade by Dann's De- hardly known my strength-my appetite 'H >
I but soil should be employed only when Store. Is fine." 5.1
partment
and stored in banks or cellars: or they
the weather is cool.: When soil is to Candied Orange Rind-First prize Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
may be left In the ground to .be harvested -I b ,
be used for bleaching the rows should of ,
as needed. Mrs. Florrie Overstreet, case can: permanent results for stomach liver
Varieties recommended: Half Long be four feet apart. Some quick-ma- ned corn by R. S. Floyd. and intestinal ailments. Eat as much 5-
turing crop could be grown betweenthe First Mrs. W. like. No distress 5--- 'H Ms.
Scarlet Early Scarlet Horn and Grapefruitade-- prize and whatever you more -
5
Chantenay. C I rows of celery to make use of the J. S. Carr, $1.00Grapefruit after eating pressure of gas In
Cauliflower space up to time for bleaching. Marmalade-First prize the stomach and around the heart. '"

?, Cauliflower thrives best on a rich I Varieties recommended: Golden Mrs. J. W. Harris, $6 in trade by Cole Get one bottle of your druggist now
moist soil. The culture of this crop Self-Blanching, Columbia and Giant Jewelry Co.; second prize, Mrs. W. J. and try it on an absolute guarantee us t ,
is about the same as for cabbage, but Pascal. S. Carr, $1.60; third prize Mrs. J. M. I if not satisfied money will be returned.
1 information celery
For further on
,( it will not withstand as much frost. growing read farmers' bulletin No. Willson jr., $1.00.GrapefrUit Straws-First. prize ,

is In necessary order to to secure protect bleached them from heads the it 282, entitled "Celery," which' is sent Mrs. John P. Bronson, $5 pair of shoes

sun. The usual practice is to tie the free. by Family Shoe Store; second prize I SELECT HOMES, CHOICE FARMS, i tYr1
... leaves together over the heads. Collards.A Mrs. S. H. Bullock, $1.50;; third prize, o-.
of non-heading cabbages VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE.MRS. .
for group Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, $1.00.
", Cauliflower is often prepared ; f ,
differing slightly from kale- but with- -
; Preserves First prize
cab- Kumquat .
in the
the table same way as --1.
bage. One of the best methods of standing summer heat better than Mrs. E. S. Barnes, $5 in trade by Os- MARY M. SUMMERS -__ t
.. either kale or cabbage is extensively ceola Pharmacy; second prize Mrs.
608 Penfleld St.
the south under the
throughout
frown Florrie Overstreet. $1.50; third prize
K P THE KIDNEYSWEII name of Georgia collards Collards Mrs. W. B. Makinson $1.00. avenue. IT "PRESERVES" YOUR HOUSE AND', BARN TO,
do not make a true head, but form a Strawberry: Preserves-First prize One block west of Clyde
rosette of leaves which are very ten- Mrs. M. D. 'Alexander five years sub- (Clyde the second avenue west of ; PAINT THEM. ;
Health Is Worth Saving, and Some der. The culture and uses of this scription to Valley Gazette; second house south.)
court leading
Kiaaimmee People Know How plant are the same as those of cab- prize Mrs. H. W. Boice $1.50f third : I THAT PAYS. .. t
to Save It. bage and kale. prize Mrs. E. Lr Lesley $1.00. f '
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Many Kisslmmeepeople take their Vegetables by the Carlot. Strawberry Jelly-First prize Mrs. > 4T: MAKES'THE HOUSE LOOK 'BETTERV; IT* ,"

i lives in their hands by neglecting: the Webster Fla.-The first carlot _. .u. .. . MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER. tmWfr&MAM --i ,.
these
know
when they organs '
kidney; ;
shipment of spring vegetables moved > >
need help. Weak kidneys are respon- BRIGHTEN UP THINGS.'
27 when three of cucumbers -
April cars:
..'% sable for. a vast amount of suffering 1 "
'and ill,health-the slightest delay; IsE bean and potatoes were shipped OUR PAINTS "LAST.!" w
V.Doan. Kidney Fills tut. Large quantities are also movng ..
1:. .dangerous to different markets. The of the worldare
j.: ( ....-a remedy that has helped thousandsof Prices by paid express f. o. b. have been aatisfacx eyes -
is Kis '
Hero
sufferers.
slmmee kidney citizen's recommendation a : >yr- Almost every train brings in W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123' :
115 Park St.. more pickers and packers and things ,
at Miss Vera Mullennix
.<
beginning to hum. Odell Brothers,
Kissimmee says: )'Not long ago I ire vegetable brokers-had the misfortuneto on the man whoSAVES "
Pills for disordered
used Doan's Kidney fire .
lBBe"n their office: building by + 0 0
kidneys and a weak back and '
Monday April 26. -
got very satisfactory results. I know \
; Doan's Kidney Pills do all they are


I",? ing wouldn't represented them give publicly.my to name"do, in otherwise recommend-I !!L !klB ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ? y,,

'Price 60c at all dealers. Don't sim- I
AutoTop"'s-ZZVup! Cushion' Slips 8U
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get Painting Cars 25!t ,i+
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that UPTrucks.Wafeons IF SO WRITE' US ABOUT EQUIPMENT .
made to order .
Miss Mullennix had. Foster-Milburn :
t Co., Props., Buffalo N. Y. ; r ;T'I I' 6 w. Have All Kinds Of 't


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1 '1 CENTaAL'LORIDA'- mee: &rtDw. 'Arcadia, ,Okeechobee .FLORIDA. :.." CITRUS SHIPMENTS.. 1,
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; of .1 ORGANIZES. FOR DIXIE City, West Palm Beach to Miami., DUNEDIN, PITTSBURG LIVYERLAXActs The,Season" Draaw to'a Close- 1"r .
., : If, as the Putnam county- delegates '
HIGHWAY: ROUTING argued, would be the cask, it was ._ I . .,,' .Cars, Over\25000. ,1( 4

'theC1tyCoundllRiuslinmes : '(Continued from Paff On..) found that the commissioners bad OF PINELLAS COUNTY ' Car moved last week.......:.. 422 ,

: definitely decided upon touching Jack Surely; Safely Car moved 1week before last,. 620 'J!

of Palatka sonville then the delegates are to : Total last Saturetey.25.101; .
i man, and E. W. Elliott, ,, to. ... ).1.,
;::,}/. Fla. ).Layd11I. the route offered the Putnam : ,
as secretary take up by; SKINNER CO. feeling
MANUFACTURING Just because the 111 .rx
of
... of yon are Jacksonville Fla.Shipment
Green
i' The council m.t In rwg-ular county delegates by way .
#1 .th.r. bolnc pres.nt O. F. Krlbb.. Delegate Attending. f Cove Crescent City Palatka, SPREADING AND HAS JUST effect of a torpid: liver i is 'no excuse citrus fruit are decreasing and the' '
ident! .1. w. Thompson Roma- .lon.I.1 1 The, deleg-ates ,in 'attendance were: Sr.ring.: / Orlando Kisslmmee FOUNDRY WITHA for buying a harmful medicine that movement last week was ninety-eight
COMPLETED
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"I. I ,(W.tor..W..),Carson and 3. R.ouls,(] .O'sr"an., ) 1 Clay county, FI.. Robertson and and across through St. Cloud to Mel- CAPACITY OF 2.800 POUNDS baa brought'physical decay. to thousand less than the week previous.. "
.. : Ttie minute of the last m..ttna-s I County Judge G. W. Geiger; Putnam bourne and down the east coast, allowing *. Calomel is dangerous and as There were'179 cars of grapefruit and
., Were read and approved. Report. ofr I C. E.: Rowton, county commissioner, tF CASTINGS AN HOUR. knows has
;; '' lateral if wanted to Bartow everyone very disagreeable 243 cars of oranges, or a total of 422 ,
a
: ptrioer were Kamlned and approved, Pal atka
of the
.1 E. W. Elliott
I secretary and weakening effect Medical I'I'.rI
paid in the week total movement
)>1; bills were approved and ordered Lakeland and on to Tampa. cars a
"" las follows: I board of trade; C. H. Kennerly chamber secretary This compromise was accepted and Dunedin_Dunedin may fairly claimto science has found a natural vegetable The crop is almost done although '

1.\: H. R. May salary .. mayor ._) (0.00 i of the Putnam county delegates to attend the Chattanoomeeting be the manufacturing center of the remedy. GR1GSBVS LIV-VER-LAX there are probably between 200,000
1, C. K Tlaon. baL sal. marshal 15.00 : of commerce, all of Palatka, and W. were named as follows: H. west coast of Florida, and its citizens that thoroughly cleanses the liver and and 400,000 boxes left in the state. .

/ S a. 'W. Overstr, sal .. mar- eo.oo C. Norton and I. F. Babers of Crescent C. Stanford of Kissimmee Ed Scott, are calling the town the "Pittaburg of, bowels without causing and bad feel- The balance of the fruit to move is "
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i: A. K. Colsman April -r----------- &o.oot' i I City; Orange County, W. M. of Arcadia and J. P. Holbrook. of Or- the Pinellas Peninsula." 1 Ing. Children can take it with per- mostly of the Valencia variety which

J.: Z. Roberson. sal. tress, -::: 16:00 Glenn, editor of the Orlando Sentinel, lando. Other delegates will lie sent The L. B. Skinner Manufacturing fect safety. Every bottle guaran- is bringing excellent prices in north- \

.," .1. R. Illlbert, sal aI clerk. col.u.____._. 76 1600.(10 and J. P. Holbrook; Seminole J. N. by many of the boards of trade and Co., has Just completed a foundry with I teed. SOc and $1 a bottle. None gen- elm markets. There is still a considerable J

.rl", J.Lewis R. Ullbert.O'BryanTsal.dtp city atty. MOO Whitner; Osceola board E. L- Lesley, chair- boards of county commissioners rep- a capacity of 2,900 pounds of castings uine without the likeness and slgna- quantity of grapefruit left and \

& O. f Krlbba, sal M of C - 2 00J man of the of county commissioners resented at the meeting held here. per hour. This is one of the tuce of L. 1(. Grigsby. For sale by growers are carefully grading and "
r : W Thompson: ssl. M C-- J:00 H. C. Stanford president of largest foundries in Florida and em- Osceola Pharmacy. 20-4t be able to market the
C W Prentis and M. W. Glenn, of packing so as to 1-1
J. H. Woodbeck. ssl M of C. I 00W J. W. Pren-
of trade
,.. 1 W. Carson. ...1. M. of C._ 2.00 Klssimmee board Orufodo, were named as a committee' ploys a considerable number of expert entire crop. Most of the fruit at the ,.
Roma Thomas, asl M. or C. -- 2 00 till, secretary of the Kisslmmee boardof constitution and for moulders AU of the castings usedin VEGETABLE SEASONIS present time is being shipped under ..::1
c U W Ovttratrert. feed prla. .. 88 60Krstrrnlty trade and S. J. Entrikin, of Nar- to draft a by-laws the extensiv line of packing house NOW OPEN insure satisfactory \
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\ : :. 1600 the Central Florida Highway association refrigeration so as to
c Hall rent
l April Polk '
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t KI.. Tele. Co.. phone rent April &.00 coosee; county\.R. H. Bryson, to report at another meeting to machinery made by this concern here- Center Hill, Fla.-The vegetableseason delivery at all markets. The :
J: Valley Oaxette. printing; ._ _.. 6..00I T. Mann and W. T Hurst, of -the be field in Orlando on June 10, at after will be produced in its own has opened at this point and citrus fruit season will be practically \
I Osceola Hardware Co. mdsr .10 board of county (commiasionerN' J. foundry ,
n large amounts of beans and I
June 1. The Packer.
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SOJ which time
organizationwill
: Mr. N. ReKero. mdse a permanent
nO R C. Hat- "
Hatton the Skinner
I K. Johnston ."1''. city ..nl(. 27.37 Walker PopeJ.C. T. be formed. A few weeks ago people bers are moving. Monday, April 26, : \
?( Miss '1.rk r nursing 5 00 ton, J. E. Mears, secretary of the The draft of built a warehouse with a floor was practically the opening of the Brooksville City sold $10,000 bondsto
Stats ; KIs I orders pcL Hartow board of trade, A J. Hoi-wor following temporary space of approximately 10,000 square spring vegetable shipping season and I enlarge school. \
for street work 176 S3 the purposes or the organization was
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of the feet. This will greatly the
5 Osceola Hdw Co mdH st work I 60 thy, secretary for the committeeIn increase 2.500, packages of beans and a few ,
I A L Ja ..- 1N 00Osceola trade, W. H. Lewis, of Fort Meade adopted as a guide i capacity of the plant by rendering it shipments of cucumbers went to the Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days '4 4I

't ; dl'on.:1: ; ;e. f d. 2 00 and U. A. Lightsey, of Bartow; Hills perfecting permanent organization. possible to keep a number of packing northern markets. This is consideredone Tour druggist. will refund money II PAZO ,-
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Am. .aFranci-... for Pro Fire department ICiiKlm' Co._.' I 95 borough, T. Ed Bryan representing The purposes to this organization draft are according -: house outfits on band. These can be of the heaviest shipping points of I I OINTMENT falls to cure far case. ol Itchint.mind. .. II,,
temporary Protrudlnc I..ID 6to 14 day
Bleeding '
of trade Pinellas the dull for instal- or
board made
roll and the Tampa ; in Reason
Sam Lupfer, Her pay of Organization.To up vegetables in this section of the state. Tb. first application gives. KM sad Best. SOt \
: rent nre department _- _ -4perry 50 L A. Whitney, secretary of the St. Purposes lation when there is demand. The .,
,1 I'mlKett Hal Hmvenuar 60 60 oo 00( Petersburg board of trade; DeSoto, : encourage* the building and warehouse has a capacity of about ten --- .,
sal I (
Rare MrLHUKhlln. Hcnvtn I I roads in "
J. H Ollhett.( frt on "Ialnf. 11X1W Ed Scott, of Arcadia president of the maintenance o permanent complete outfits. One of the featuresis ',
,4 R Joint.i.. snl .Up(_ 'JlKht p 1 1 15 ooH ( DeSoto County Good Roads associu I all the counties 01 *t OR3>al Florida. a monorail system: for handling of 'I':
11:. UnrdMfr. nnl etM light p. 75 'Oil' To request) the operation of the between the We Buy Bones '
tion. the machinery erecting
J. <". Hmklis. "al I I Ilin I mini liiiddPhns !' commissioners. of all counties.. in ".
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; Thdiiipfton'; '; Hal flrtman 4T "Ill Morning S< union.The shop and the warehouse and from the
V. K 1';111*. ..,,1| ('..11"1 or (MI l ooW ( I of the meeting building main roads connecting( each latter to the loading platform.Anoth..r \. "
& <' llro Co wood tli In IH S2T 26 morning session and every county Beat and all laterals -
innovation the extensive cash will be for animal bones
and .
in Spot paid
o'clock
I Mut- HnliU of lIH wood llli.t( 4fr1'l7T began shortly iK'forc10 wherever neededTo .
\V Fllla H lr....(fl mnttilHl almost the whole of the time until faitorv operations of the Skinner
the of the Dixio of all kinds bleached
routing including prairie and
anil liil.ni I.: I L I' 24 SlJ ( urge ( Manufacturing company is a department ,
. taken with thediscus
J I".nll. c i UN* Minis. mati noon was up highviawhero it will serve thej'rc'atl'st
'rial. ill. I': I.. .I I' 44 1(1 sioti of the proper rout to HUKITPM t number of inhabitants. and for making brushes Heretofore bones. We are in the market for a large
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I loljIll.lli1y.I] ill Hlpi) ('o in.ln. If. 69; Id the Dixie Highway/ commissionersat the tourists the large| quantity of brushes used in Write for and
] quantity. prices
i Cli.n. 1'I.c ('o lliilKi- I rL: i I' 2 f(IAtlHK ioiiHi" ('(|uentlv leading the packing house machinery made by shipping
lie held ( hnttzt000ga
I' 4'l! Co the meeting! to in 1 Florida's fruit and
Oil( < 0 oil] 12 1. through greatest
instructions if
MiillnrrKXI>IOH\CH| & Stiplc'o |', \ J I !May 20. 1 It ,pmeil almost an vegetable .section this house have been procured from you have or can get any.
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mrtdi l 12 1- 1 r 7r.0"llln.iHrd ( other manufai'turers. Sometimes this
utter impossibility for t the delegates
l oil ,'0. nil Jo: I I. 1"N 2. ff. To encourage routings! of nationaland ]led to delays in delivery as the supplyof Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
Onri. .oln] H ....1. I I'; I. I J' l' 4u I I to romp to any sort of an agreementthat / state highways that may l h. demanded -
K I. ]I' 201 woUld in suit all of those brushes could] not he obtained rapidly -
I J II Ullbert. fit I any way or suggested! in the future. Department, Jacksonville, Florida
V. H Kills refundR nnd ntninpii 12"0 attendance enough to fill all orders. The
K H Johnnon nal a* aupt Of.I in To advertise honestly the conditionof quality of the brushes now producedis M-uI srlurars ef Ideal. AJ.W.I.) and.Penrriaa Fertffisen
water plant __ _ _ 10 ooVI11 I Putnam county and I'alatka made all roads. in each and every countyfor
\ Yntra sal flrr'man w p &5 ("Ill a fight for a route from Jacksonville the benefit of the traveler. better than the average it waspossible C,
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l T.V.. Kill. work on llunh tank C>.76Klntc through Clay county to Palatka] from to secure under the old plan. --
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of Kla for Hkiiii'rEngine To foster and encourage automobiletours :'
Hank ,
The Skinner business has increased
< 600' 00 I where the road was (.o branch off in and traffic in all sections of central I'
$(ate Dank'o'fKIfor; -c1rn'ra; I two branches, one !{going across to the Florida marvelously] in the past year or two.
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; Electric Co. __n___'_ __,_,- 600 00 I east coast from DeLand while the To assit and render aid and information H C. Skinner the general manager, TH RDS

A communication from Hroaker & other would pass down through the to all counties in an effort to attributes this increase principally to FOR SAKE ;

) Rarclay real estate ARenta of rfcommendtnK center of the state by way of San- stir public sentiment to a realizationof two factors-the policy of guaranteeing -
the purchase tiulldliiK on
14. satisfaction and liberal advertising OUR
Posslel. avenue to he used for varlouH ford, Orlando Kisslmmee" and through the benefit to be derived from per-
4 . city offices and .tIre department was. Polk' county to Tampa, returning manent roads. The Skinner machinery has been
I on motion refer rod to the liulldlnKcommittee northward by of Ocala and installed in by far the greater portionof !
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way
for consideration with re- To study the methods of construetion Use Ideal Fertilizers
): the citrus packing houses equippedin
with the
This met objections
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\Gainesville
I iueat that they report at next rtRularmeetlnic of roads, cost and durability of
i % of Orlando Arcadia, Polk county different materials used and distributeall the state in the past year and an
I I James' M Johnston deputy clerk, and St. Petersburg, who even greater number of outfits could
Tampa MANUFACTURED BY
thereof to each
; information county
asked that the city I place a afreet light
'l have been sold had the factory ca-
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I wanted the road to be central
P. .r 4 directly In front of the court houn for a when desired
'I benefit of the. public which wan on I Florida route pure and simple, leavingout To urge the passage of laws, national pacity permitted their production Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
I :,, rltf..rr..d to water and light Jacksonville and Palatka and ( contribute With increased facilities made available -
O off from Lake City to 'om-I and state that may it is believed that every call for JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ,
!' Chairman of atreet committee rt'nort- ing benefits and safeguards in all road f
I.. '!i'' Ad having had survey made of propnne Ocala Orlando, Kissimmee and on construction.To equipment can bernet. WATERS & CARSON GROC. CO., Local Agents..
drainage ditch In north and wealKlvslmmee -
1 t,' presented profile of name. southward. maintain a reliable bureau of TOMATOES ]; \.'
which was on motion referred bark tof' Left to Ommltlw.It information in each county seat orother MOUNT.MORE .
street committee with rt>fui'at that was finally decided to leave the FREELY .-
estimate. of the coat of towns and cities that may possess '
they I get an
;; constructing: ssmeW matter up to one delegate from each a trade or commercial organization. Punta Gorda I'la.-Shipments of ; -
W Carson chairman of and county represented to decide and report -
light! I//
: cucumbers beans and
; tomatoes
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f' watev committee repurtc.l basing had to the meeting at the afternoon
To request and urge the setting( moving by the aver- "
a committee meeting and after due pers are express
I f consideration the committee had declded session beginning at 2:SO o'clock and maintenance of sign boards at all movement being about 100 crates i '

,;i j plant to do for on the less present help at and water bad and notified light enter Each county into this named conference its delegates and then to cross-roads, giving in each tie| direction.distance and age per day. This week shipments of tomatoes What About Your insurance? 'j

names or towns started in increased quanti-
I K. 8. Johnson superintendent of water barbecue and
attend the
r }Jlant that hi. term would expire on adjourned to ties. It will be about thirty days before :
'- ;JunC 1, next, and had also notified W cattle sale and to view the display of PLANT CITY SHIPMENTS. 1
A. ;'0 nero superintendent of light fruit delicacies made by the good the crop is done. As yet there Ne matter what you may want ia the way of Insurance I can :
L plant, to discontinue the services of Movement I The I are no buyers here and the probabilities l
and ncreases-
I one man from the electrical depart- housewives of Osceola county on Vegetable Season Record I are that a large portion will be supply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,
( ment.It display here. Longest on '
wa. also decided by said committee The delegates named on the committee Plant City, Fla.-The vegetable shipped on consignment to reliable Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance.
( that the city. In future pay for I houses. "t
S street lights.Chairman to reach a compromise were: movement is increasing daily and Courteous and prompt attention, no matter how :
of cemetery committee. J Hillsberough, T. Ed Bryan i Pinellas, eighteen cars of potatoes and beans MELON ACREAGE ":f
1? F w. Thompson reported work of cleaning LA. Whitney; Polk, A. J. Hoi worthy; by freight and thirteen cars by express ---.-- REDUCED. large or how small an amount you wish. ".
) ; up cemetery was In progress and DeSoto, Ed Scott Orange, J. H. Holbrook the shipments week. I
were last
that May SO was designated as a general : Jacksonville, Fla.-The total melon
"clean up" day when a (rood many ; Clay G. W. Geiger; Putnam, There were about 1,000 packages in this 18
in the state
t, of our oltlsens would assist In the acreage season CARSON FARMER 'I
C. E. Rowton; Seminole J. N. Whit the shipment. Prices have taken a in The
work. 19,000 against 27,000 1914.
.,,, 1 Mayor H. R. May presented a copy ner; Osceola, H. C. Stanford. decided slump and potatoes sold as cantaloupe acreage is also much less
A.ir.. *at proposed amendment to"el ty' charter Compromise Effected. low as 75c per hamper and beans at The GENERAL INSURANCE.'Phone .
than
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previous season. cropia
any
empowering the city of Klsslnrmee .
., tG bulkhead the lakefront, and a.k.d When the meeting was again con $1.20 per hamper. The average price from two to three weeks later than 230-3. Dakin St. .

i-i.., *(. the approval of council, which was on vened in the afternoon the committee was $1.26 per hamper'for potatoes and usual and shipments probably will .. .
'motion granted with recommendation reported upon a compromise as follows $1.50 for beans. Cucumbers are start- .
in small
start about May 20 a ,
that same be' forwarded to our representatives war ... .
in small
to be sent to the ing a
; at.'Tallahassee with request : Delegates are way. but the real movement win not beginto

,that they use their best efforts In re meeting of the commission held in Strawberries are still moving and any extent until June 1. The melon --------- _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4 .ard to passage of same Chattanooga! on May 20 to urge first the season is the longest in the history north of Ocala has been con- 1I
e- Lincoln, the acreage ,
F. A. representing Progressive
4 club asked that the city consider -- that the Dixie highway be a central of the berry industry. The past week siderably reduced over past seasons

I : I'iIOtalrcnd; about MIS Florida route by way of Lake City, 6,630 quarts were shipped, which net- but while the acreage south of that
due of city I dock Gainesville, Ocala Orlando, Kissim- ted the growers $456.80. The price
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place is not as large as sea-
"ontroiof previous
4 thereby the city to take entire
-,. same. On motion said request was averaged during the week was 8c per sons the reduction. is not so great. I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee 1 I
., referred to finance committee with ; ----------------- -- - - - - quart. Records show that the total There has been dry weather
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it power to act. I tlnir upon the sidewalks of the city of shipments have been 20,000 quarts of the northern of the I.
throughout part
Mr. Mooney asked that the council Kisslmmee. the ,
this than to
berries
grant ,him the right to pavilion /or' the An ordinance to amend Section 5ft of more year up state but the crop has not been se-
purpose of entertaining the public. an ordinance prescribing and definingthe same date last year. The general riously damaged so far. Rain is needed .
which was on motion. referred to finance regulations 1 governing and pertaining average J.price also has been betttr.
7 committee with power to act to the management accounting and The shipping season at Sydney and to insure a large yield.
.' :1 The following applications for the use of the municipal .electric light FURNITUREWE ?
( appointment of tax assessor for the enduing water work. and sewerage plants and Dover has closed. The total berry
N. term were presented visV: O H>'st<.ms. and service. of same and shipments from Plant City and these
; Hank I Ins. B A Gilbert. V R Ellis. U: '
house wiring and plumbing In the city netted the over $200- Send Your
\ W. Cobb J. W Prentls And A. H of Klsslmmee' and providing t penaltiesfor points growers us .
Thomas The president railed for secret Violation of such :regulations 000 this season.
, ballot which resulted aa followsW : There being no further businessthe
gill Hanklns, 0'I K A Gilbert 0; VIt council adjourned to meet In regular ADVERTISED LETTERS.
0, J. W. Prvntls 0; R w. session Tuesday June 1. 1815 at Orders ForI
*. Thomas'receiving Kissimmee Fla., May 10, 1915. HAVE
.4 Cobb. 1 E.) A. Thomas Mr. 7:30: p. m. IT-!
#. the highest vote. was declared J; R GILBERT Clerk Advertised list for the two weeks ,
$1 by the president duly elected tax assessor Q F. Krtbbs. President ending May 24, 1915. '
,, for the ensuing term. at a salary BEAMS
of $300. Bond fixed at 1600 I Bryant Jno. R.; Bradley, Lee; Mrs.
IV* On motion It was so ordered that To Drive Out Malaria I Brown; Edwards, Mrs. Leola; Haley, FIRE ESCAPES, _

I, fl th one-half* light rate and on water wat.r collector and lights allow fort And Build Up The System Thomas; Johnson, Mrs. J. K.; Johnson CHANNELS ''
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churches and schools Take the Old Standard GROVE'S Joe; Mason Mrs. Charlie; Mor- ANGLES AND In connection with our Hardware line we complete
a
,, ', The following ordinances were Introduced TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know gam, G. M.; McCullough, Walter; carry

I time and which rsferred were to read ordinance the committee first what yon are taking, as the formula is Pelt George' Shannon Sam; Smith, ALL SHAPES line of furniture.' We make a specialty of. outfitting homes, and I

4, : printed on every label, showing it i. Mrs. M. A.; Toney, Miss Carrie; Wil- handle reliable

,-, .> An ordinance to prohibit the running Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. liams, Miss E. M.; Yates, Miss Nellie; BOILER PLATES
,at large of domestic. fowl. within the The Quinine drives out malaria, the Yates, Mrs. Violet. TANK STEEL
city of Klsslmme
I An ordinance. to prohibit the spit- Iron builds up the system. 50 cents B. B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. GALVANIZED Bed Room furniture, Dining

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STAY BOLTS8THUCTUKAL Couches Etc.

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OF ALL KINDS This store is making n record for itself in the matter of '

I helping' people to outfit .0.... Come and Our prices
see.
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I INDICATION LEADS TO A LONG CONTINUED AND DISASTROUS DROUTH, SO ALL HARD WOODS right .

Ic' I DONT LOSE YOUR VALUABLE CROPS ON ACCOUNT OF THE DRY WEATHER WHEN YOU CAN

1 QUICKLY AND CHEAPLY INSTALL AN IRRIGATION PLANT THAT WILL GIVE YOU RAIN WHEN LAUNCHES .
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I YOU WANT IT AND LIKE YOU WANT IT. DORIES AND

_t t Y _SKIFFS TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS

Our new Turbo-Irrigator Sprinklers and our new Portable Oscillator Irrigator, with our immense BUILT TO

.I I, / I ; .stock: of engines pumps, pipe, fittings" etc.. enable ui to supply for immediate shipment complete plants ORDER

s / ; : ; that i 'can. be temporarily or permanently installed in your orange groves or* vegetables garden. in time to BOILERS AND No matter what Had of a. Ea(>. you bare-Gsj, Steam,

,. ': save your crops. TANKS BUILT TO Railroad or Stationary Eifine we have exactly the Tools yra "

ORDER Deed"1 your .T etc.
::: > ., Send for our Booklet "Modern Irrigation" that tells PUMPS FOR ALL all of the best.qaalirr-and worlunnuhip, and at prices that, w3 .

C 11 PURPOSES uprise '0.. This store ha tie reputation of handling only 'NJ"

f you all about Campbell Irrigation COMPETENT PORCH hardware thai Is of taperier quality and you. win make no mi*. "

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: n_IdO' -.. C*...,.. ARE SUCCESS : ,PHYSICIAN and SURGEON! 'I '. '. '

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: P.ter Oullas. : ':QlAQTy'OF: CANE JUICE JII ': Office at"Residence<< : OS'Kmmett ? S
Notice 1. hereby given to all whom. I Telephone ll(4 > ,
'- I It may cone"rn' that on the 4th flay,of i the sale., He announced, the audience ) ? ''C : .l .
, I S I I I I I I I I I I I I i'i I I I III September. A. D., 1.1B. I shall apply to that, Col. Fred I Keppert. the ;I .By JOHN M. SCOTT: ,
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the Honorable. T. M, Murphy, Judge of J ....4 4 '
:WOTICB INTENTION TOWOR ,'APPut said court, -as 'judge of probate for auctioneer who had been secured.for. .. .. .
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USTTERS PATENT ,AHIIIND- final discharge as administrator I of the the occasion, ..s'ln Jacksonville, having : : :.. :.. ::, '
INO :rHIII, CHARTER.' estate of peter Dallas deceased; and missed his train owing to the: ,The experiment* with Japanese 'PI t-'j/which was hrtllzeIwItl72 I; ; c; !.', THRASHER.t . : '

Notl, *'1. hereby 'lyn that on4'\ Tues tha .at aid the court'same my time Anal I will account present as to change in schedule which was. 'no\ can were begun In. the spring of pounds of sulphate of ammonia, 84 '

,'. ,day, May *lith. Itll, The: Wat.r. dt administrator' of said estate; and ask made known to him by the railroad 1909. We now have the results from pounds of muriate of potash and 224 'SHEET METAL WO'RJR. '\\

Carson Grocery Company a corpora for their approvaL officials. This incident Mr. Derby regretted six crops from which to draw conclu pounds of acid phosphate 'per aere *..;' U
how under the law, of D.t.d March 4. A. D.. Steel,CeilingSpecialty'. :i .
Florida will t.1jityAN. >
Apply for letters It. N. ; and he had with hint a telegram sions. Eight' plots'' of Japanese cane per year had 10.91 per cent of su '
patent amending
,cn rt.r, so e. to r"ed a. follow.t anioforSmo.lIAdniiniatrator.._ to prove'! the truth of his statements were used in this work. Each plat crose. '. 'Phon' 141-R 'XlMlmmee. s'", \ ;

t N. C. BRYAN 'S..a. S which were not for one moment was given a definite amount of fertilizer Plot S, which was' fertilized with .'

O. A. CARBON, l re.. BILL TO QUIET TITLE.: doubted by; those who know the man. no two plots being fertilized 112 pounds of dried blood 84 poundsof ," $$5 fl

!. Circuit C..rt. S>VB Judicial Clr- Ue was as milch disappointed as any alike. The same amount of fertilizerwas muriate of potash and 224 pounds SIMPSON '

CHARTER OK TIlE WATERS A. CARSON ..It. of the Mate! of Florida in ..dfor ': one present and stated, however that applied to each plot each for six acid phosphate per acre per year, bad DR J. W; .>. :,'( S 4,

: UROCKHY COMPANY. Arthur OKvrola K. Donegan Coast, complainant, vsRdwln he had secured a man tp do the auctioneering years. "5 10.84 per cent of sucrose. DENTIST5 ; S : '

ARTICLE: I. M. Randall, Sarah Tracy and and would go ahead with Each year during the six rears of Plot 6, which was fertilized with ,:

The name of the John Tracy.; Jier husband and all parties the sale as advertised. The blooded thai experiment a sample of twenty 72 pounds of sulphate of ammonia 84 Upstairs in Xat BoHdinf, ,
corporation shall be
the said
I Tbo Waters A Carson Grocery Company respondent claiming' 'or Interest otherwise 1 under; respondent stork, mostly polled angus which he stalks was cut from each plot The pounds of sulphate of potash'and 224 Office Hours: r m to 'IS m.< / S .'

I and It. principal place of busl- Order of I'ahlleatlosu had brought here was first offered canes from each of the eight plots pounds of acid phosphate per acre per 1:> iip. .
Telephone No. T< ft
lies O.c*.oIa shall county be In the Florida city,of with Kissimmee.branch To AH Whom It May: Concern : and when there were no bids on this I were stripped, and run through a year had 10.66 per cent of sucrose. Jane .
affidavit I filed In this
It S.'h
I offices In such place or places In the cause appearing that the residence by of the respondent stock the Florida range cattle were I amall hand-power mill. The juice was Plot 7, which was fertilized with ;'

) state of Florida and other places In Edwin M. Randall. Is unknown, and offered. There was only: one bid on collected separately from each sample. 112 pounds of dried blood 84 pounds W. W. CARSON (

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ARTICLE II. would bind a such subpoena respondent upon and that Cobb, of the firm of Cobb & Derby for percentage of cane-sugar (sucrose acid potash per acre per year, had DENTIST' .

.. The general nature of the business to. the age, of such respondent Is unknown.It and this part of the sale was accordingly ). It was also tested for den- 10.64 per cent of sucrose. over Pillej
be transacted by said corporation shall Is therefore ordered that the said stopped. sity. Plot 8, which was fertilized the Offle Buidnc S

'. be to buy: hardware sell and deal and In all Jr kinds I"o"tm..rctandlll" ed respondent to appear be to and the he BUI Is hereby of Complaint:requir;; ; Mr. Derby then announced that the The percentage of sucrose in the same as plot 7, except that an appli- Office Office Phone flours 111 Residence: $- Phone S| .'-.I '1

; to buy sell niaaaKe lease filed In the said. cause on or before stock would be sold at private sale. juice varied somewhat from year to cation of 2,000 pounds of ground .Administered for Extraction of

and develop lands and conduct a general the rule day In -h..v..il'.tU'm; : being: He had already guaranteed to the local year. When we take the Averagesor limestone was made in 1909 1911 Teeth 11' 4

and sell real lands estate business and to buy otherwise the seventh. the day allegations the paid stockmen before the sale was arranged six years and compare the re and 1913 had 10.89 per cent of su --d .

on commission for; to Its build own account and Improve bill will be taken as confessed by the for that the stock they offeredfor : suIts we find that there is but little crose. .

and develop lands owned on. own.by this- I said respondent.It . this orderbe sale would bring the prevailing!J I I difference in the percentage of sucrosein When we compare these six year DR I S GE1GER / 4&
that
timber Corporation; to manufacture lumber published I. further once ordered a week for eight beef prices. He then arranged to buy the juice from the eight plots. averages, there is a difference of only PHYSICIAN f'' S / 1
naval stores, crosstlea and SURGEON .
turpen- weeks In the KissimmeeValley Plot 1 which was fertilized with about cent between the :
tine. timber products and to lease hire consecutive I the Florida cattle at a figure said by one per high-
own and act HS broker factor or< arents Gazette a 'Weekly newspaper.published : cattle men to be better than they 112 pounds of dried blood and 84 est and the lowest. Plot three gave Citizens Bank Building S

. disposition In the purchase. sale manufacture and and State In of said Florida' county and of of Osceola generalcIrculation I could command in open market for I pounds of muriate of potash per acre the lowest per cent of sucrose on an Klsilmmee. Fla. <. I -2 '
of -nl l
Vets thereof t t commodities.property and prod-o .. In said county.Witness their stock. lie bought for shipmentand per year had 10.56 per cent of sucrose average of six years, namely 9.83. Phones: Office 1'7.or!*(4Residence's j'

4 ''Svares and merchandise of every kind the Honorable, James and W did ship the following number of ,, in the juice. This plot received no potash during 14-17 l :
of the said
court
ii and Including coppersmiths naval stores tools, and blacksmith's name Perkins a. Judge clerk thereof and the official my cattle from the parties named : South- Plot 2, which was fertilized with 84 the six years of' the test. This indicates 7-t '' ,) : '

r and Hiiwmlll tools and Implements Implements -'- seal of said circuit .court this the 1st port Cattle company thirty-five head; pounds of muriate of potash and 224 that potash had a slight Influence T. M. RIVERS M. D. "

I of all sorts to operate. and con- day of April. A. D.. 1915 Carson Cattle company, thirtysixhead I pounds of acid potash per acre per in increasing the surcose content >
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S -Hl J. I. OVEKSTRKRT.As
duct sawmills planlnic mills and all < < ) J. !had 10.61 cent of sucrose. of the juice. However the influence SURGEON .
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Donean year per
d business Incident thereto to buy, raise. Clerk County Court Osceola t'ountyHy ; twentyeighthead ,I PHYSICIAN and 'f .1' '
) and sell cattle and livestock of all JAMBS M JOHNKTON. ; Lesley & Dass thirty-three]' Plot 3, which was fertilized with of the potash was smaller thanit .

1 kinds, to purchase, deal In beef and. I I Johnston A Oarr.."As. eputy Clerk head; J. K. Bronson tw. hty-ninej, "112 pounds of dried blood and 224 is usually believed to be. These Office over Osceola Pharmacy ..,. '

,J beef lands products for pasture; to and own cattle hold raniee.and sell tu Counsel for Complainant. 1R-R head. | pounds of acid phosphate per acre per results differ from general opinion of 'Phone' Residence. (S

C own. operate lease hire use and maintain .- Further than this, he bought for.; year had 9.83 per cent of sucrosei I i many cane growers. Office 145.DLC.LUYATI'.
docks wharves elevators. i"i'-asen. KOTICK OF IfKRIKK'M WALK. future delivery the fol-' S
approximately --- - --- -------------- ------------ ------- --------------------- .
tanks and storage facilities of ev.rkind > Under and. by virtue of an execution .. .
and to receive profits anil tolls iNNUf-d out if .n.1 und<*r Renl. of Justice lowing number of head from the par-
therefrom, to buy, sell handle for Its of the Peace Vourt, First district. Os ties named: Southport Cattle company :' '
own account or on commission.. turpentine ceola county. FI..rld" In a certain mil. thirty head Lesley & Bass :.i
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ri rosin and all kinds of n.al stores wherein H.'C *StHnfortt' ift plaintiff and .. '
timber and agricultural products, tot K. 1 11. Hill.It.\ defendant. I have levlecupufi. thirty head; Tosohatchee Ranch, Sanford I Spreading of Deadly Disease Germs j PHYSICIAN and SURGEON "t '

I operate stills and machinery for the aft tinproncrty: of said defend thirty head; J. O. Partin thirty ,V .- ,
a manufacture of naval stores l products ant. nod w'll' aIl: at No 20 Stewartavenu head; Rull Bass, thirty head and Ike ., j ( ,
S of every description; to erect and . In K'''stOinm-*'. Florida withinth. KIsslmme Fla. t, 4 '
i maintain tanks and. warehouses for the .' l/Q x-il 1 our of "..I.., on Saturday Lanier, 120 head.Summarized . Phone Office 17Residence I '
storage of naval stores and cotton and the 22nd tIny of May A. 1). IKIti. the these figures show Musca Domestica known to "your charge is overdrawn for if S4I .
other products and to Issue storage or followingproper. )* A general' line of that Messrs. Cobb & Derby for Mr. every : ;:
warehouse receipts' against the same; o'i-> t.oiMls.. tinware furniture and notions body in Starke and Bradford county he were half as harmful as you say !.:
to compound anil refine oils; to manufacture the said I to Derby was acting for the firm Mr. is charged with murder, having killedlast we would have given him the final .,
.t'hld.rb"f.I
own. buy sell and deal In the:: hluhent ri:.'. rash Cobb also being here to attend the '
babies swat before Would ? We
I year more people, mostly now. you GEO. F. PARKER
barrels, .
headings staves, stills sup tu mttlRfv above execution and costs. .
piles and materials of similar kind.. to \. H. INOHAM. sale, bought 161 head of Florida cat- and young peole!? than all the other suspect the reason that this has not ,
buy. sell and deal In groceries dry !SherIff Osceola County. Florida l>4t tle and shipped them out at this time murderers in Florida.' In doing this been done is that you are partioeps i
C Roods hardware and all kinds of merchandlse. and arranged for the future deliveryof ATORNEY-AT-LW'
wholesale he did not follow the criminis before
killing being an accessory .
to build buy sell leasemanage Yuthw of Application for Tax I)....
k own control hire charter orOnerate 270 head. usual methods of shooting, brainingwith the fact. We suggest that your apathy Collections and Conveyances .,, '
.d.r .fI.aA R74 .d STB firmrrmtatntes
e The of blooded stock sold
vessels. ramw.YII. railways.bridges summary a club, cutting, but adopted a laziness, carelessness don't-give- SpecIalties .
ItKhtt-m *nurines, cars ctr ot her of the1 State of Klorlda. here shows that Cobb & disposed '
vehicle, or man uf transportation of : Derby method of slow poisoning as being the a-cuss-edness about the matter is what c ; 's i iS '
the product of property held owned.controlled Notice Is h..rpbyCI""... that The Fair of thirty-three bulls two of surest way to get his victim and also made you a partner in this crime. US 1-S BroadwayG. ,
manufactured saidcompany Investment Company, purchaser of Tax which registered stock .
by eighteen
or were
; the method least
to -
likely '
arouse sus-
Certificate No. 75. dated 4th NovemberA The United States soldiers in the
tlona In connection"or other I "; r:1I:: or corpora businessof O. 1K86. has filed said Tax Certificate heifers and three calves, one cow and picion. None of his victims died sud- Spanish-American war died of typhoid F. KRIBBS I '

this company but not to use safe In my office and has made application one calf being registered stock, and denly, some were ill only a few short fever in such large numbers that the 'I'i.' ',, 5,
means of transportation for the purpose fur Tax n..d to Issue In accordance eight Duroc Jersey boars and four days, while the majority lingered for '
of doing: the business of a common with law Said certificateembraces surgeon general of the army appointed AlTORNEY-AT-LAW j -'
carrier; to raise produce buy the following: described property cows. weeks hovering between life and a commission to investigate condi- .i .5'
1, elt exchange and deal In trees plant.. situated In Osceola county. State The stock was apportioned as follows death, then died in spite of good tions. Three able physicians Examination of Title a Specialty. ,
were
.hrukia cereals and any and. all knlds of "Florida to-wit: All of Section SB : Southport Cattle company, five doctors, efficient nurses and an abund- Notification and Payment of taxes o .'
of vegetable. products and citrus fruits Township 37 Houth. Range 84 a.t. bulls Tosohatchee given the task. Their report. in two non-residents given careful '
fruit trees hay and strain., and to do a The said land being assessed at the polled angus ; ance of loving friends. Many babies, large volumes, arrived at the conclusion att.ntlon ,. S
general nursery business; to construct date of the Issuance of said certificateIn Ranch Sanford five polled angus thel ight and pride of a happy home, that flies killed more soldiers than Klsslmme. Fla. } IPat
r ec-v operate and maintain a packinglCfHt the name of Fid. Commercial; Co.Unless bulls; II. O. Partin, five polled angus were among this number. Many more Spanish bullets. .
\ or packlnx houses and canning said certificate; shall be redeemed bulls & Bass five
; Lesley polled an- of his victims were just budding into Johnston O. p. GarretS
foi fruits, meats and vefceinbles -
fts\-torv according to law. tax deed will Issue In 1913 there 13000 of
of all kinds. to produce. t buy orotherwise thereon on the 27th day of May. A. gus bulls; A. F. Bass, five poll.ed an- young manhood or womanhood, or men were cases .
Carolina I JOHNSTON & \
fever in North with
4 acquire and sell or otherwise n.1916 gus bulls; J. R. one regis- and women in the prime of life. In typhoid GRE ,
dispose of th<. products of such packIng Donefan. about 1,300 deaths and deaths --- .S .. .
I Witness my hand and official, neal atKlasimmee tered polled an high-priced the effort to save them much time and 3,500 +
or C factories.pkeklng I :
: house 1C0/B 1nr! t<; I City. Florida, this. 27th day animal one polled angus heifer and money was spent for long illnessesare from "entertitis, or summer com : .
ibe for. purc'h..I1... receive i k.-r.rll. A. D 1S15. II. plaint, besides a great many other : Offices 10 and 12 CItizens .
S subset own < J 1. OVKRSTREET. calf; O. Partin, one polled angus very expensive affairs, and so ia. 1 Bank t
hold for Investment or otherisa nell deaths. The state board of healthof
Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County heifer Ike Lanier polled heifer
Dn') dispose of and make advancementsup'ti ; angus the necessary funeral for those who Buldin& .
Florida and cow Dr. W. F. Blackman of Winter that state says that flies caused .
,& stocks shares bonds securitiesor ; die. Many wage earners, as well as .Fa
Hy JAMES M. JOHNSTON D. C194t the of these deaths and
greater part
oblIgations of other corporations ,
t j ( Park one registered polled angus others, poisoned do not die, but after '
Whatsoever wherever located. oriRlnat- adds this indictment "Flies
? bull and one registered cow and calf; weeks or months as a burden to their : are now Louis C. S
In MasscjrL T. Ploton
.d or engaged( ( or pursuing anyone .
i .) or more kinds of business purposes NOTICK OK APPLICATION .. .Hl D. Lockhart, of Orlando one polled family 'gradually recover to take up known to" be .the most deadly enemyof
Or objects Indicated herein or owning" TAX I)KKI> angus bull; Rull Bass, fVve polled an- again wearily the work of the world. many. Fla. R. n. Comm. Criminal OU ) .S

or mentioned holding herein any property or any of corporation any kind I lade, He.-tlOBS RT4 sad ItTn ".. ..ral gus bulls and a heifer; Southport Cat- You must have !guessed before this rt has been estimateeV-that about MASSEY &WARLOW. ,I '
NtatBtes ol tttr State of FJorl.... S
1 owning or holding stocks. or obligations tle company, one Duroc Jersey boar; this Musca Domestica is no mere manor I 1,500 babies die in our state every ATTORNEYS

:4 of any such corporation. and while. t heowners Notice Is' hereby given that John A. J. R. Donegan, three boars and a sow; woman. Had he' or she been such year from infantile diarrhoea and we 'AT 'COUNSELU .
or holders of any stocks, bonds SchrelfaU. of Tax CertificateNo. .' .f,
or obligations, to exercise all the rights. 601. dated purchaser 8th day of June A. L).. E. L. Lesley, one boar and two sows; our efficient Sheriff Denmark or Chief I know that most of these little patient Practice In all the courts of the Btatsr-" ' / S
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9, powers, and privileges" of ownership 187 has filed said tax certificate In Ike Lanier, one boar i A. F. Barr one Kite would have had the deep-dyed were killed by flies. and of the United Ststss. also before .. '. .'r '1 /1
thereof and to exercise all and any my office and has made. application for boar and Dr. the Florida Railroad asvA. '
W. Comml..lo.
sow; w. Carson one villian behind the.bara this very minute Evidence I. not Jacking to
prove
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the Interstate
thereof to sell mortar -
voting pow.r. ; tax deed to Issue In accordance with i
age. sublet. pleflHr hire, lease or law. Bald certificate: embrace the followln boar. or the angry mob weuld have our case against the fly. Musca Do- M-M Charleston' Bide.- S "---j ;. ,
.fa'onnver the 'properly of this corpora < described property situated. In I The stock men of Osceola county hung him as high' as Haman. This mestica (III guilty. The1 people of S Orldo.,Fla., S U-1yv.l .!, ;

any part thereof at will and OscunlA county state of Florida to- and those who came from adjoining scoudrel, with the Italiansoundingname Starke are the jury. Gentlemen and .5 : f'
to Inn/eat the proceeds at pleasure and J wit: I"'lC'ln'lnlOl".t the southwest, corner II "f .
A In such manner as may b. determined of the 8W 1-4 of-the NEJ-4 of section counties joined in thanking Messrs. is none other than the domestic ladies of the jury; what Is your verdict ,

'it, by-the by-Jaws; to conduct any part of 28 township 26 south range 19 Cobb & Derby for their efforts to or common housefly. "Oh," you say i !Bradford Telegraph. DR.M.J.HIcLS. : .
,&'- It. business and to have offices andaJr.ncl..1I :east run north 20 rod... east 28 1-3 rods. bring better stock to this section and a__ = u_ :u_______ t. ;
and to employ officers and south ftti rods, west 28 1-3 rods, northJ8Tho..dll..tt' I' 'I ,
-. aaents at such places In this state anjl place of beginning. all agreed that no fairer, nor more .t, .
i, other states or foreign countries as land being assessed: at the honest stock men had ever come to cooo oooo<"C"ooooooooooooootoo..oo. .o.o PHYSICIAN and BURGEON ,
; mX be. requisite or necessary for thecarrying date of the Issuance of said certificateIn Florida. Both gentlemen met with a PI, S
on of said l business or further- the name of J. T. Headley. Unless Office State Bank S J 5.
Ins the needs of said corporation said said certificate shall be redeemed ac- I cordial reception and were reluctantlytold WHY ONE FEELS "OUT OF SORTS" j 'Phones: Office IIResidence BuDdC', .' .
I necessity to be determined. in the discretion ci rcting to law, tax deed will IsoueIhtreou good-bye when they left on Tues- I Ioooooooooo 40 . ;
and Judgment of the board off (-TI the 6th day ;of June. A. !>., day of thisweek.. The relationship :
I ) directors; to receive payment for cap I ii ir. (New York World.) J
ital stock subscribed for In money or \\ II....... my hand and official seal at formed with this hrm of stock deal S S
In property. labor or services at a just. lsslmir.ee City. !Florida this 3rd day ers has proved a profitable one for all S

f if *. valuation thereof In the discretion or of 7.1A.. IX. 191B. concerned and it- is likely that they OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooThis J. W. THOMPSON t S
of the hoard of directors; to
judgment (Peal) 1. 1... (fVVERSTREET .
kinds. whatsoever / will return at a later date. They The influence of the weather the of has do '
make contracts of any Clerk CJrfKilt Court Osceola County. expressed on course, to only with r

for the furtherance. . of Its purposes Florida. A/ themselves as being entirely feelings is obvious enough, but it has general causes, and not with the 'localconditions" S j
orbusiness, Including" agreements Uy J.*MKR M. I D C satisfied FUNERAL DIRECTOR (' ,
or contracts between the saidI JOHNSTON. with the sale and equally as remained for the public health serviceto which follow a night out .

I corporation and Individuals or other 20:41 well impressed with the stock men of give a scientific explanation of whya and the atmospheric pressure of too .'

) ''Corporations In any of the to lines do ofbusnbxfss !>OTKK OF KI.KCTIOV ,J this section.It man feels "mean" when the clouds much tango or too many highballs.Nor and i
S of this corporation any -
I> '. and all things that are or may. be In compliance with the law In '/such: is more than likely that as a hang low and the sun disappears. It does it quite explain why that ;

S necessary or proper "a be done for cases made And provided, It Is herebyannounced result of the sale and the meeting of is all the fault of the barometer, or "tired feeling was more prevalent LICENSED EMBALMERStore '
the furtherance of the purposes of this and declared that an election the stock men in Kissimmee on last 4
the health service with barometric
: yesterday a readingof
corporation or for carrying Into effect will be held at St. Cloud isceola as says
'Ii!fi ..the Dowers herein granted. county, Florida, on Saturday. June 12. Saturday that a new stockmen's association The average adult man sustains on 30.12, than on the day before when and Chapel Stewart Are -
,
-S ARTICLE Ill.f A. I).. 1915. for the purpose of determining will be formed with mem- every pleasant day an atmospheric the barometer stood at 30.03.

The capital stock of the corporation whether rr"hna'n the following bers from all the cattle producing sections pressure of about fourteen tons at But meteorology, like sociology,
,
described I become
a special Kissimmee, 13*.
hall be One Hundred Thousand and of Florida. A number of the
be divided tax school district via: sea level when the barometer is at must not be taken too precisely. The '
'M no-100 (1100,000) Hollars to < -
Into( One Thousand ((1.000) Shares Beginning. at the northwest corner of cattle men who were here Saturday 30, and a drop of an inch or more to point is that we now know, on good

4 1 Of the par value of One Hundred the: town of St. Cloud. Osceola 'county. signified their willingness to join the 29 or below practically takes off halfa government authority, that we feel S .
,
Florida, on the township line dividing association P. Van. Agnew W. Crawfef* \
($100.00) Dollars each.ARTICLE IV. ownshlps: 25 and 26 and running which may be perfected ton or more of his load to which seedly at such times because we are A B ,

r-v- The term for which this corporation to thence: the east west bank along of said the canal township connecting line- within the next few weeks. I he is accustomed. Paradoxically, instead not carrying a sufficient weight of VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW : :

S. hall exist shall ARTICLi he perpetual.V.t Lake Tohopekallxa and East LakeTohopekallKa : of feleing lighter and freer, man atmosphere. Unfortunately the health '

F S The officers of this corporation shall running thence In a DRESSES FOP GIRLS. feels its disturbing, depressing effect service stops there saying that "there Offices Citirens ? "
vice-president a secretary southwesterly direction with said his tissues. He has to become adjusted : 848 B '
b. a president on is
no remedy to be prescribed.
a treasurer, and a board of not canal: to LAke Tohopekaltira.. thencefollowing High waist lines are the rule for to this alteration. The relaxed 4:
.'l lea than three nor more than nine In a southerly direction themeanderlngs the little girls' dresses that are being What is the government for if not 111...... FlerA.
of Lake Tohopekallaa to condition in unpleasant weatherover
director. The offices of secretary and S
4 .;S the where It connects with the made for the summer season. Like to prescribe remedies for ,
and the point objectionable
St ,;.. treasurer may be held by one a number of days makes us feel -
canal from Lake Cypress thence southerly dresses the skirts of these
'3; 'S same person.. The board of directors grown-up "
I
along said canal to the 'out of sorts. conditions T
-S '-hall be selected at the annual tockholderal township dresses are very flaring and frilly. .
meeting. be held In the City line dividing; "townships 17 and 28. _ _ _
The skirts of "
.'. -"S of Kissimmee O.ceola county hence east township line tulle and chiffon nnnnnnn unnEVENING nnnn LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW
,' ;,, on the third Monday In January Florld.'j to the northeast gco"ra :r of Section 1. dresses or those of lingerie, batiste or ,
,t T" Township 28 South. Range SO East, thin silk are often finished at DRESS. way in which an officer wears It. An .
t -year. ARTICLE VI. hence soutll to the township line be.tween very evening dress is of net with a full t.
the hem
t The highest amount of Indebtedness townships 2& and 29. thenceeast with three little ruffles. skirt stitched with bandsr.of velvet in '
i Our evening dresses lend themselves Waring
Said line rhese Building.
'to which this corporation shall at anytime along township to the are only about three or four ,
S S subject Itself shall be Two Hun- southeast corner of Section >/. Township inches in width and are not gathered most happily to the new silhouetteof graduated widths. .. broad velvet belt (
S l' dred and Fifty Thousand ($260.00000)Dollars. IS South. Range SI East thence flowing full skirt and loosely fitting with a large colored flower and a kimono .5
full. A picot edging is Used Often .5
IS-Bt north to the northeast corner of Sec- very
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tlon 1. Township 18 South. Range II instead of lace to finish them or bodice and many new designs in I of net over a broad band of gold When In ot I

Cast, thence west along the township a narrow satin ribbon ina taffeta and velvet net and velvet and :, laoe underneath.The '
\ NOTICE) line between townships 17 and SS to very doublel engthwise stripe.perhaps chiffon and taffeta, are to be had. rather full sleeves here are VETERINARY SURGEON . S
the southwest of Section 14.
corner
ft ">-' Notice 1* hereby given that a bill Township 11 South Range O Bast!: Little putred. aleeves that come only Broad and narrow bands of velvet are somewhat of an innovation, so manyof -Call For-.- S
before the next leg- -
C. will be Introduced hence north to the township line dividing halt the elbow very much used as trimmings. Theyare the newest models are sleeveless;
-, of Florida for to are consideredvery
Sj* lure of the State townships 26 and 24, thencewest way both afternoon and but when sleeves are worn they are A. F. RICHMOND
fi'S purpose of empowering; the City along said township line to the correct and they go well with seen on even-
- ICI.simmee. Florida to provide for point of beginning.And the general' empire contour of the ing dresses either in taffeta or in net. full and very transparent, no lining _
Horses Clipped. and
S p the bulkheadlnsr of Lake TohopekallaaV of Kl..immes. also to determine who shall One of the prettiest models in taf- even of tulle or chiffon, being used. I .P
'} 'within the limits of said city of- serve a* school trustees of said district gown. feta has full into the Good cord seems about to play a con Road
method skirt put
... to determine the for.t..o years next after the electionand In linen dresses the empire waistline a Lucn S
I'performinguch work and to assess. to fix the number of mills of dlsrlct has a belt of the same that has waist in broad pleats with a trim- spicuous part in decoration and as Phone IlulIB . '5.' :

; .S,"benefit and damage against propertyae.tedby school tax to be levied and col- a slot inset in the middle of it of ming of velvet at the bottom. This an edging to tulle net, chiffon or silk .
I said wDrk. .
ected annually for the said two years. the form of broad band of is constantly used. I
takea a MENTZ
: 11-" H. n. MAT. May)>r The following named persona were appointed anothef*color.If OLE '
velvet stitched on to the hem with a
to act at said election: Dan S
4 ;;' ." .... 1IOTICB.nte Barber Jack Simmons and J. I. Cum- an accident has occurred. remember space showing the silk in the center In severe attacks of colic a tea- Paint.Drto.and Paper Hangesr .- .

4r2MINISTltATION clerk.mlnn. Inspectors; John Johnston to keep: cool above all else. Place of the front and the back the edge spoonful of salt dissolved in a teacupof Speaty Hou.Finishing' -S

L ..t .1 A..... for Fisial DIsraJfiV. Done by' order of the Board of Pub- the injured in a quiet place being finished with small velvet but- cold water has been known to give \ :.

"j ........ I. c..rt .f C..t JedgeO..la Ito Instruction Osceola coxJntjr, Fiords with the head person at the level the tons the upper edge of the velvet immediate relief. Thesame dose will Reasonable charges '. ,
._t7. ri.rs.. I this 10th lay. of A. D. IMC. same as D. No. 1 Klsslmmve '
Seal a BS. !TOWBlJu body. Loosen all restricting clothing. }band has a military decoration in the revive a person who has been stunnedby R.I. . ,

(.Xn55''re.' 1I.t.: of R. "Lobr. 21-St / Bupt. Pub. Instruction. Remove clothing from injured portionby shape of loops or narrow gold braid, ; a heavy fall if he can be forcedto '
Notlc. I. ber..b" given to afl 'whom each third inclosing oneofthe swallow It. .}, .
looj :
5 that on the 11th d..y of cutting, not pulling. Arrest bleed- .
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It concern
(" ma"" D. Ul 'I shall apply to HOD- Thirty-nine; patents were granted to Ing.\ If patient vomits turn, on pue aide velet ,buttons. This touch of militarism Robe, Roel ".,
fiurpby. judge of said women inrentors during November of with the head low on an evening frock is un When frying in deep fat never put ' '

\court. aa Judge of probate for lilT final ast ;year. : usual but somehow it does not look too much food In your frying basket C ... SO
.. administrator of R. Lobr. at or the beat of the fat will i '
To the full taffeta dressesof once .
renovate an alapaca skirt, dampen out of place on '
debased and that at the same time uelDeer Smetu ; 1
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anal. a cloth and lay Iton the the moment. be reduced and the outer surface of W. .' ,,' _.
S. lwUI preseat to said court my n. ft1Ms. Tfcst...* IM Affect Tta .Hsetfkeeavee wrong R' .
It, ,account* as administrator of said ,"- .. its bale sad laxative........ LAJCA.BltOMO aide of the material; press with a The bodice to this dress is a swathIng the food instead'of being crisp and aid Cabinet Wwk. :

tate for their approval. TIv QUiNINE la bettxrtfcaa ordissefQainise' moderately warm iron till the cloth of taffeta; with gold military cord dry will absorb the fat lose .flavOr : Pben..2 31j U4.IIkUIc.237 t
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STATE DEMO NSTRA1ION : .. Made under Seetloa'II. Chapter IfS
: +' ,SHINGLE CREEK:ITEMS.. ,. Laws.of Florida,..howlnff he amount
i of lazee charged the Want
to Tax Colleotorof Adi
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J Cloud Department ." .5' . t>eoe..l.. 001l"t'orl4- to be col.
,AGENT ,VISITS CITY ..........tt..OtO. .O the lected apportionment for the current at the year- :1:0: and the

;, i I ., The much needed rain has com at several funds for which ,taxes. .bare
last, and ,the farmers are busy setting been.levied. JA..rtl.t FOB. SALE OR TRADE) for toriwaron
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News. and'Notes of th. "Wonder. City" From Our Own SPENCER DEC RESCATTLEIN out sweet potato plants. *f
,J\ Special Correspondent THIS SECTION MUCH IMPROVED Miss Jennie Robb left here last Sat- Mar. 1,1)15. condition, good Urea most
,f' urday to her cousin Mrs. RevenueTo -. > trade at one*. A. )L Jones
morning join
.. BY BRINGING IN OF'HIGH- ; amount s......d .........|11.2".S. Box ,
Anna Farrell of Pittsburgh In Kis : 121Kissimme& ira' : ';. /,
GRADE STOCK FROM OTHER Amount collected ..-,-._._?. T.SIO.O
:J ')(n. J. D. Woodbeck. of KlaalmI eign and.fruiting plants. The STATES.S in Tampa Bradentown and other Balance to b. ooll.ct.d..i tOfU DWELLINGS for-'rat, epply to
.
'I Dee spent Monday in St. Cloud. was erected by a Maine carpenter TiIl.r 'S .,
Mrs. who has had thorough training In point south. We wish for them a General School Fund-
1 .J O. 8. Cooper spent Mnodaywith Arthur F. Spencer, district agent in To amount a.sSssed$40,021.50
'. I I.t : Dr. Cooper at Formosa and reports house erection. The .house was just demonstration .work, who has head- pleasant Mr. and trip.Mrs. James Bronaon spent Amount collected _____'\______ 1S,' 8.84Balarfce STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send

his condition as slightly Improved. erected when a rod-headed partyfrom quarters at the experiment station at last Saturday night and Sunday with to be collected ___....081.... tor 1000. Cabbage plant* at ,
( I ..' the South Inspected the mansion the State University at Gainesville their son and Mr. and Mrs. Peach, plum, pear and ,cherry
., L. H. Prosser and wife left for and left for the North-east. A was a visitor in Kissimmee last Sat- Clint Bronson daughter of Windemere.. To County amount Road-assessed at 10 to 16 cent each. ,John U|
---------533,855.4
Spring Valley Minn. They. own few days after some parties from urday to attend the cattle sale After G. B. Woodall and family spent last Amount collected ______un. .1.810.0' 100 E. Chattanoo Tenn.
.: property In St. Cloud and will return South America came and looked over leaving' here he wrote an article for week .
I on their farm at SweetgumPark. Balance to be collected :il'.078.1. FOR! BENTSroom''esld.n
i' in the fall. the premises and took possession for the Tampa Times concerning his travels !
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i ) Mr. and Mrs. Leon P. Jones departed the summer months at a. nominal and among: other things said: We Fines & Forfeiture 'nl.1aed. Ul I-room. $10.
.' Wednesday for Orlando where rent Their appearance and mannershsve I spent a few hours in Kissimmee were very much pained to learnof To amount a."a..d. _n____-_f Z.R14 (IS $a. E. E. w.n.. real eetate; and
the illness of _
our beloved pastor Amount collected ___ __. 1.817.61
un
they will spend the summer with del- won the regards of all that have looking: over some Angus bulls shipped Rev. C. C. Beatty., of Davenport. We suranee, 202 Broadwa .

) aU".. and friends before returning Been them. They do not own--or in from Alabama to be sold to hope for him a speedy recovery and Balance to be collected ___t 1,008.61 FOR RENT OR SALE-'.
to Ohio: have any musical instruments, but the cattle raisers of that aection. More to have him with us next Saturday Publicity Fund- store building Brack
: The new church organ for the the melody that floats out early and good bulls have gone into this section night and Sunday. To amount assessed ---------I .,81.01 Kiasimmee. .on St.. No
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C.
Amount collected __ __. 1.817.61 Stanford
"I Christian Science church arrived late from the home wins our regardfor in the past twelve months than Mrs. Sadie Carson of Kissimmee, un

here last week from the North and them In a neighborly way by the to any other part of Florida. The was the guest of her frIend Mrs. Geo. Balance to be collected ___t 1.008.61 For Furnished flat,
was heard for the first time at the pleasant music furnished by the stock raisers there are paying good A. Bronson, for a few days this week. Sub-School IMntrlcl No. ITo modern Improvements. Bee W; '

JBorntng service. It seems to be all Martins from the bird house, the to prices realize for that them CAttle but they in Florida have come havea While .here, she had the pleasure of .Amount amount collected a.s'sed---------_uu____ -__S I 1,260.32.04 IS Harris at Qasetta of lice. 1
.4 rlfht. Its tone Is rich, full and finest 'n St. Cloud named "Wing meeting many of her friends who
beautiful. Rest" greater value than they once had were glad to see her among them Balance to be collectedS 629.VI FURNISHED ROOMS for U

fl I Mrs. Veeder has presented' Mrs Mr. and Mrs A. Greenawalt, who and good cattle in Florida are more again.A Hub-School DlBt No 2- I housekeeping at low rates for

yl Vreeland with a doll. It will be a I have their winter home here left likely to be a paying proposition than number of the Shingle Creekers To Amount amount collected aaseBBed uun.___ 8)6 40K) .33 18 I summer. Very close in, in p .
the native cattle. I did nu -
guess chance what the name IK-one Monday evening to spend six monthsat not remain attended the barbecue in Kissimmee .:.. I view of lake' always a good bree
be their throughout the day to see the purchasers Saturday.Mr. Balance to b.. collected $ !U>.69SubSchool very desirable location; all convc
cent a guess money to given to northern home near Alliance
or to know the prices paid and Mrs Stewart of )1.1| No 8- iences; large porches; any num
I the Woman's Improvement club Ohio. Ivey near
but the animals To _.____
were a good: lot amount assessed h $ 1.45716Amount ( of rooms desired
; fund.J. It. P Stone and nelce. Miss Fannie weighing from 650 to Orange Center were the ruests of collected _uu--__ _. 1.1K9.SiBalance at onehalfter wi
I. Sumner who left for Lump- !Stone of Lamoille, 111, who haveSeen 1,000 pound her parents Mr. and Mrs W. H. Anderson rates. Call or address No..
I All with the .
were Angus of .
exception Monday to I, collected ___t 277.8S S. Orlando avenue. 1
While here
night
kin, Ga., last week, Is back at work spending: the winter here with I two shorthorns four and five years of Sub-School Dint. No 4To -
in St Cloud. He .naya lie found noW I. C. Ford left Wednesday for their age respectively they attended the graduation exercisesin amount .ies'aeI ___ __- -| 1.91386Amount. FOR SALE-Willow baby carrie
place between here and here that northern home Pat Johnston formerly a studentof Thelma Kissimmee Woodall <.ollited ___ _ _-- _- 1716X4HulailCf food condition. Mrs. E. E. Nau,

;' J looked at all good to him, and that Mrs Sarah K; llalnoy. who hRH the University of Florida, but now Tuesday afternoon from returned KiSKimmee home to i be collected __-_ $ 21752- Main street. It
&' he shall remain in St Cloud In fut b..n! spending the winter with her practicing law in KisKimmoc, was one where she has been Mu"-S.I hi.,1 HIM No 5In -
ture. Brother, M r. Milliard on Ihn lake of I the first to purchase. some of those. attending Bchool amount ntm.H.ed, _ -J 21A01 LOST-One suitcase! on road betw{
She i..
I C. E. Goodrich visited (lie Vr.- rout t, left Tuesday iiiornlnK: for her good bulls about six months ago, with her delighted friends to be at home and Amount, lolleiteil KIO20' Kissimmee and Taft. four or

land nurseries Friday and selected home at :South Haven Mid the result that this is the third car among Owing to the again. ilais,..... to be (.ullicteil | 115 HI miles from Kissimmee; it conti
p' some of their fine paw paws which Mr. Hldwcll and daughter and ..on-I I I 1 load that has been disposed of in this rain continued downpourof ub-Schonl I Ilnt No B- one gold lockeJLand\ chain one ,
J. are al their jest In-lliw. Mr. and Mrs Williamson. who section This is a good indication and tional ..rvic..s Sunday last we had no devo- Tet ,iimount HHHi'HHed __ $ 313 41Amount bracelet, three or four ladies' slL

;!: J. W. Smith, of the lake front left( have !b..11 spending the winter here, I I II r one that is going to give paying re Shingle" Creek at the well church. i.nll".d l 192 S3Itulaiui waists and other wearing appa

': Thursday for Hot Springs Ark. lie left last week for their home at I I I suits. There are, at present about the commencement was exercises representedat of the to i be olliidd. :t 2(1145 land deeds and insurance pellet
ft I 100,000 cattle over the Kissimmee JNO l >KHMTIIKKT. Clerk The finder by sending this suites
was accompanied by Dr. Farrls Mr. kinsman, Ohio : roaming -
sreola]
I High school in Kissimmee. Ily JAMK4 M JOHNSON 1). C to at
'f Smith has not been well for two Miss Marie O'Berry and !Miss Ma- prairie most of which are natives We hope that concerned me Lakeland Fla., will reccii
". months. lie is a director In our rip Haiti motored over from I I I and a little improvement here will remember that everybody next Thursday : : OOOOOOO OotOOOOOO: OOOO a reward of $25. G. A Bro*

,. First National Dank and one of our mee Tuesday evening KIS..IIII-1 I would mean 25 to 50 per cent increase May 20, has been set apart for clean-, ::S: tt Lakeland, Fla.
value in
.) most progressive citizen He will I<;d. Albertson left on I in the next three years. up day of the cemetery here. Be sure KENANSVILLE GLEANINGS WANTED Families' washing

return in the fall and we hope he morning for San Francisco Cal. and I I and come with hoes rakes, etc. We : rough dry by respectable parse,
U 00 COO 0+0-0 000 UH 00 0000
: feels like a two-year-old. will go on to Seattle Wash, before MAKE RECORD RUN expect to spend the day so don't for- 423 Verona St. 21-Stt
Peter Lamb, who has been beating returning to St Cloud. get your lunch. Several readers of the Gazette
the drum In the L. L. Mitchell Post Mrs. Mltzel and Mrs. Roy E. Lowe Miss Mattie Woodall of Kiasimmee, would like to see something( from their FOR RENT-Two large furnish
drum left for Washington of Narcoossee will spend the week-end with rooms, summer rates $5 each. 11
corps Saturday were St. Cloud visit- THROuGHKISSIMMEE her pa- own place and you have no more appreciative -
D C. He aewed his drum rents here. Main street- 21-2ti
.. up ors on Saturday readers than those who reside -
In a bag and took it alone with him Mrs A. Harmon who has been Next Sunday will be our missionary here.
WANTED-Experienced cashier .
We hope this old scout comes back quite III, Is slowly Improving. Francis Warren of Ja'kionville. day so be sure to come and bring Our town is progressing second to office woman wishes positio a

In the fall.J. Miss Carrie Blood was a business : accompanied by John Henry Mr. your pocketbooks We expect to havea none in the state Knowledge of bookkeeping I

j H. Chamberlain left last Thurs caller at Kissimmee on Tuesday Humphries, who is baggage master good sermon and some appropriate The new bank building is just completed typewriting quick at figures ac

: day for Van Wort Ohio. He will Carl Engle of Detroit Mich., who 1 at the Jacksonville Union station, andO songs and is the prettiest one in the rate. Address X, care Gazette.
return In the fall. bas been spending the winter here I, B. Acker ticket agent there pass- R. S. Floyd of Kissimmee, passed .state and the bank will open for bua-
I Mr. Grove who has a home on left Thursday morning for his northern ed through Kissimmee last Friday in through here Tuesday en route to mess next :Saturday; the fifteenth instant FOUND-Boy's bicycle in ditch ne

Eleventh street and Michigan avenue home. I, an automobile en route from Jacksonville Ocoee on busmetm An excellent program will be crossing of Clyde avenue and rs
is the proud owner of a new Iteo Mr. and Mrs. Albert Durham and to Tampa.. We have learned that Mr. Golden carried out ill full including a barbecue road. Owner can have property b

auto.H.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edwards and They made the run from Jacksonville of near Travelers' Rest has purchased -I and speaking by many prominent calling at Gazette, proving ownership
i._ J. Wilcox father of our city baby left Tuesday morning to spend to Tampa in fifteen hours They a handsome new automobile whIchhe and paying for this ad. 21-
marshal left Monday for a time left Jacksonville at 3 and is learning to drive. He will soon men.Capt. hunt
summer some at Durand Mich. a. m. arrived A L. is erecting a magnificent -
,,# at his old home Lucerne. Kans. He Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Q1I1 left Tuesday at Daytona at 7:30 a. m. They be numbered among those who are enjoying residence at an expense of C. R Alderman, of Okeecho

'. will return to St. Cloud early In the evening: to spend some time with reached Kissimmee at 12:30: and arrived high life.NEWSPAPER. four or five thousand dollars. spent Sunday in the city.

if .. fall. their son at Richmond Va in Tampa at 6 p. m. A small army of workmen are remodeling Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Long ofware
Charles Goodrich received a telegram Mrs Ed. Depew Is quite ill at this I The distance from Jacksonville to ERRORS. and improving the concrete 0., spent last Saturday I.!!

;; Tuesday morning announcing writing. I I Tampa by the route they took is 282 It gives some people much joy apparently business block known as the Carter aimmee.'Ta. .

, the death of his mother Mrs. Mary Lynn Daugberty was a caller at.! miles. --- ,_to clip_ from a newspaper a building.
L. JJoyer who died at Clarinda la, Kissimmee on Monday.The I oooooo ooooooooooo paragraph containing a typographicalerror I Phillips Bros. have purchased the
ic at the age of one hundred and five ladl...' sewing club met Tuesday O I and send it to the office of that interest of Jimmie Osteen in the late 'MONEY'

years and three months and twenty- afternoon with Mrs Bert Baxter. 0 CAMPBELL ITEMS. paper accompanied by comment as firm of Osteen &: Phillips and are
.., ,tour da,... She will be remembered A pleasant time was spent with sew .! OWe !j derisive and humorous as the critic's I cleaning away the debris in preparation _I.t _eka If ... ..d.v e.. e.
by many St. Cloud people as she ing and conversation Those presI I ingenuity permits him to make. for the construction work on of .5. tONTINBNTAl MOHTUAUI.

lived here for two ,._n. I ent were Merfdames Clark Carlson are having some nice refresh- I That is, of course, a harmless their splendid two-story brick business .COMPANY..... tar *mr;Tom; Irfml ea....BCVBF.._ It.m Bit BB 5_.....
,t I. N. Albertaon left Tuesday morn- Ely., Conn Ferguson Morgan Buck- ing rains. Everyone's gardens are amusement and we do not begrudge house which will be thirty feet ..d real ........ Terms e..;r. Tell
-( lag to spend the summer with rela- master Grim and Misses Roxine looking nice and green. its joys to those who seek them for wide by eighty feet long: and one of ;70Br ....... .. ... w. ITlll __rat

i. '' tires and friends at East Orange N. Goodrich and Harriet Bartlett. AfI Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick spent Tuesday they are presumably folk who do not our best business houses. with '7.PETTEY & COMPANY

<:.\ J.. and In Pennsylvania. I ter dainty refreshments were served in Kissimmee. often get the feeling of superiority Col. R. V. Phillips is in Jackson- 141S LiV-noN HI.OU. CI1ICAOO. .'
I 1 H. B. Hardy, of OftXndo was In the club adjourned to meet next Master Hamilton Brown was here which they thus secure. And such sonville and northern points buyingnew
St. Cloud from Saturday till Monday Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. G. H. Sunday visiting' his cou.lna. Theo- errors do often appear In the newspapers stock while his brother Wallace NOTICH OF APPLICATION TO BBL.I.J

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. Clark on Pennsylvania avenue. dore and Curtis Brown. and nowhere are they as much is attending to details here. I. the C...tr ......-. Cmmrt I. cad 1
Owen.,. T Ralph Wright and Roy Taylor are Miss Ethel Johnson of Loughman, lamented as in the newspaper offices. Our genial friend Jimmie Osteen For OiK-vola t'...*;, .<.<. .C Fl.n_

O. N. Lee and mother left 'Thursday spend'ng a few days this -week at is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Alex Bron- They are,of however the taste an inevitable con- has accepted a lucrative position with rle In the matter of estate of Adda Ma-.''.
sequence 'With which OB:ram. minor. In l'rob-"t
Okeechobee the South Florida and Gulf railroadand ,
: City aon. .
have ,
,1 forWaynesboro. Ky. They much news matter must be lent.to the To All Whom It Mar ('oncerniNotioe .
i',, been".spending the winter In St. Blanch Brown the,little daughter Miss Ernestine Brown was slightly presses, and the Sensible reader does la at his post of duty. !. hereby given by the under
'Cloud for the p&at'four years. They of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown shocked by lightning Tuesday afternoon not Captain Messer has left the Florida signed that on the 18th day of ,Jtaine.v
j f while cooking She expect an impossible perfectionor East Coast and A. I).. 1)116 she will apply to the Mon-J
Ilk the, place fine and 'Will be here j died' Sunday morning at 6 o'clock. supper. apply to newspapers in this respect railway gone with the orablp T M Murphy. County Judge of/
4' agaln In the tan I The body. was taken to Evansville was unconscious for a few minutes. the standard of judgementsthat South Florida &: Gulf railroad.A. <>Hcola Oounty. State of Florida, at-21
I Miss Flossie Bryant returned home C. the cnurthouae In Kltfalmrn for ,t
Ind, Monday evening for burial. The he does Golden chief clerk in the per
'ki' 11. to books and
? W. Clark. representing the Saturday. magazines, mlBnlon' to sell at private sale the unlvldil "
: Dunn Mercantile Agency was In St.3i' I parents have the sympathy of the Miss attended I with their more leisurely methods of Trudell department store, was visiting < ) interest or the. Ald minor lit
Ernestine Brown
the
community in their bereavement production Late is be homefolks at Lakosee Sunday. the rollowlnK<3<*tcrlhd real property.nltuHt .
news apt to
'Cloud Monda,. graduating exercises Monday night in I < In. the County of OBceola, Htate
Rev. B. II. two
Guy preached
J. W. Thompson, of rKlsslmmeewas of special importance and not infre- very of Florida via:
Kissimmee
A semi-colonial mansion Has been a St. Cloud visitor on Thursday. quently it does not go through the able interesting and edifying sermons lii'ttltuilriK at the ': of
': erected on the grounds of Mrs M. F. B. Robbins and wife took the Misses Bessie Garrett and Flossie proof room at all. If it did publica- to appreciative audiences Sunday Lot Huvcn (7) of Block I rigrnl thai
W. Veeder Bryant attended the barbecue in Kis 'South Florida Railroad Company'
L at "Oak Crest corner at the church
north-bound train Tuesday morningfor simmee tion would be delayed. Would! the peo- Baptist Sur\ev of the Town of Klsnlmmec, and
Wisconsin avenue and Eleventh North Loop, Neb They expectto Saturday. ple who made a fuss over trivial misplacements Work on the Bassenger division of run thence In a Hout heaaterly directiOn]
street designed by a New York architect. return about November first. Master Hamilton Brown returned and substitutions of letters the Florida East Coast in being pushed along the northeast boundary of said!
home after attending school in Kis- lot 10 Hrondway Street' thence in 4bflSouthwesterly
'' The exterior painting was done Mr and Mrs James Buchanan, S immee. be better pleased if they were with a vim now, and General Manager direction along said]
I by home talent. Interior furnishings I who have kept waiting a day in order that corrections Armstrong intends to completeit Hiuailwny Street Fifty: tOO feet thence
five In St
by a man from New Jersey w'th spent winters L. R. Farmer was from Pine island adding nothing to luciditywere before the Ides of November roll North Forty-.t'veit (47)) degrees Weet]
Cloud, left Tuesday for their homeIn up to Stewart A\'enup. and thence North
many suggestions. furnished by Mrs Drownstown Ill Wednesday. lie reports that recent made. That might be magnificent ound alnnK Stewart AvcIiu* to the point ofbgitintnc.
1 Veeder. The flag staff and weathervane rains have greatly improved the but it wouldn't be journalism Roy Taylor and Ralph Wright two said Survey' recorded!
A. M. Vance an., wife left Thursday -New ttmotiK the I'ublfc Iterda of Orange
above the dormer windows add I roads. York Times. liive ]looking .young men of St Cloud '. '
Countx state of Florida In I'lat Book
greatly to the appearance of the man last for Lowell Mass They are I were smiling on us this week and' ..' ul.o j
:: sion. The grounda surrounding the groat admirers of the Wonder City I Gossiping has been put under the One tablespoonfuh of creolme put in went to the village of Okeechobee \'nJ: : f. rJ. Two (2) of Bocknumh..red ]

mansion are replete with fruit and j and will return In the fall ban by the Mothers' club of Gardner a tumbler large mouthed with bottle or large jelly Miss Mattie Bazin, one of our most I .Addition to Fourteen the town((14)of) of Klsstminee I'll trIck'.)*]

flowering plants. Foreign countries Mr. and Mrs Albert Manypenny of Kan. I I'ather one cup cold water is a I charming young ladies, is visiting City. Florida "
have furnished many rare shrubs and I Massachusetts avenue and Fifth I splendid disinfectant. Will positively friends at Canoe Creek this week I Tlierte* prt.Bents are therefore to ad-I
keep away all odors also flies and monltih \'nu. If any objections you haverd
; tolanta that embellish the surroundings street left Monday for their homein In over fifty years. They have insects or bugs of ; kind. James Anderson from Fort Drum, to t.e and appear before the said Judge fHt
; for It Is the aim of Mrs M. W. Milford. Mich. They go by boat been In St. Cloud three winters and as needed. every Replenish was up prospecting today. said time and place and present thaisame

f V..eder to keep as far away aa possible from Jacksonville to Baltimore, one summer and like It so well they F. E Wall is attending court at 1 Imtid this 14th day of May. A. D.., !
S from the ordinary gardens as thence to Washington and Philadelphia will return in the fall for another The British army dates as a standing Tampa this week. HU. '.5

'S she has peculiar facilities for procuring I where Mr. Manypenny will meet eighteen months They say no more force from the restoration of I Ir Bothell is spending a few daysin Afi .uardlaii: KATHHYN of Adda M Marie WILCOX.Ocrrant.; .!
the scarcer varieties of for- I two brothers who have not seen each I cold winters for them in the North. II, in 1660. Jacksonville this week. Minor. 21.4tSOri -


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