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 21, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00699
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: q 'NEW'. C ATTIE[ C if :..t TRUCKEGROWERS.....' .HOLD! .MEET.. ;".SATURDAYImportant 'TO. ,1 '1b to:.* BIG', ''PICNIC: OF:, 'MASS'MEETINGJO'MAKEPL: : : NS '. 'r' ;'

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,300'000'i business matters'* : ..' . . "' , ". ... ". .
;HAS' $ ; .. will come up for discussion: at a+ TRUCKERS IS '
meeting of the Osceola'.County r/
> Fruit and Truck Growers' asso-< Fon4THorJuLYcEiEonATI : ,
0 elation to be held Saturday morning .
" beginning at' 9:80 o'clock In'*
/ CAPITAL. 0 the 'city council chamber. A SUCCESSPleasant . .' 11 ,
i 1.. 0 All members are urged to be .- \I _, aCitiaens' : ;. ..
present. The matter of Incorporation I V " .

and the question of joining l..t.0.. Gtizen's Committee Named: W. ,

lf '' :1es1yand: y; Bass Incorpo-" .0. the will.Florida be discussed Marketing and probably bureau -- .* Day Spent Together r' President Stanford of' Board ."" C''I

decided and for that reason Committee Named of Trade'WiD I Begin: Wo''k''' '
the members should all attend.
tit rate Their Business e o At Mill Slough Tonight. .


-'i'\+ THE KISSIMMEE CATTLE COM ANY PERSON CAN OF TilE EVENT IN AN UNEXPECTED foDewiBg named citUea lave beea applied by President ,

PANY AND WILL OPERATE ON ACQUATIC PERFORM. Stanford, of the board of trad, U have charge *f tie big Fmuth .;

RANGES IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. OPEN AN ACCOUNTPOSTAL ANCE IN THE COOL WATERSOF of July cdebratioB .. lacy 5. Tab Boras ltte. U expected U BieetaiMakiaa's LATER (

'LETTERS PATENT SOUGHT. SWIMMING HOLE-BUSINESS HaH tonight and every oa. saoald. be pretest Tk '. ,;

Q''' :r 4 E. L. Lesley., chairman of the coun- : REGULATIONS POSTPONED. cossadtte fellows: Many Interesting Subjects Discussed , : I

commissioners, and W. C. Bass. SAVINGS BANK Between thirty-five and S. B. A.... H. .
chairman of the county school board, CHANGED SO THAT forty per- . M. Breaker, N. C. Bryan, W. L Barber W. at Meeting of Board 4
i sons enjoyed the picnic of the Osceola W. Cane., A. E. De.* .. B. E. Evan W. J. Fripp C. IL Faak '
+t together with their wives are the PARTIES LIVING OUT OF TERRITORY County Fruit and Truck Growers' association , Held Last Friday and S4g-
d : Stockholders in a new (300.000 coma OF POSTOFFICES MAY held at Mills Slough near c. W. Griffin W. B. Harris,, L. H. lairam, Pat Johnston, S. L. Lap.

pony' to be known as the Kissimmee DEPOSIT WITH THEM. the farm of P. J. Hirleman last Sat- fey, J. M. Lee, J. McPkatter, W. B. Maldasoa, J. F. O'Berry, J. L. gestions Made to Help City. t 1

't Cattle company of which is now in the urday. The day was pleasantly spentIn 0. ...treeVD1. W. Preatis, S. G. Raftdale, J. Z. Robenea, J. W. '. :I

process The articles incorporation.of incorporation are Every person in the United States fishing and conversation and a big S. Thompson, Roma Thomas, S. H. Bullock B. C. Duttoa, C. W. Dana, The first steps loooklng toward th*
spread good things to eat was serv- big Fourth of July celebration to be.
printed elsewhere in this issue of the ten years in old or over may bank open an ed at the noon hour. E. E. NaBfle J. S. Cadet, W. B. Crawford J. D. Woodbeck, H. M. held in Kissimmee on Monday 'July' i
account after ?
Valley Gazette. July 1, according a postal savings to an instructive The business of the day was dispensed Katz F. H. Lawson, J. W. Miller, Dr. Riven, R. T. Batter W. C. 6, will be taken at a big mass meetIng - t

'p the The ranges new in company Osceola will county operate already on leaflet on the postal savings system with, owing to the absence of Bass, J. M. Wilson, jr., E. L. Lesley, W. J. Sean, C. A. Can... J. of the board of trade at Maklnson's -" ,'

owned by the stockholders and will Just issued by Postmaster General the president and and will secretary be taken of up the at the association D. dark, J.. Jeffords P. K. Weaver, E. L. J......, C. F. J......., ,, This hall meeting tonight will at really 7:30 o' a 'getting .- '(*<*' '' .

ty deal In Florida cattle. They have recently Burleson.the service This will important be made extensionof possibleby regular meeting of the organization J. E. Davis,J. Wad Tacker, A. Van dor Me escb, H. R. May A. M. together of the big. citizens' com y

7 purchased a number of high permitting persons living in communities : to be held at the city council chamber CkukobB, S. W. Lawler, W. B. WitlienpooB, A. J. Halt, W. R Ball mittee named by President Stanford- "

: grade with polled which angus to bulls improve and shorthorns their- so sparsely settled as not to; Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock.. W. G. HaaldBt, c..C. Uviarstoa, B. C. Miller J. W. Simpson, D. G. of the board o( trade, to hay. charg ,, ""'f'. e'

(? + stock and may be expected to produce justify the designation of their local nor While no special there was athletic no band to play or, Wagner, J. A. Barclay G. F. Parker C. L. Bandy, A. S. Gilbert. J. of committee the* printed Th name.herewith of this and .( a

B higher grade of beef cattle in the post offices to open as accounts regular! postal by mail.savingsbanks amusements it remained program for S. 8. W. Harris, J. L Adasms, L P. Batier E. L. F......, G. M. Taylor, other name will likely be added.toe'' ,' !rnight.

nearfutureAU of the stock of the concern i.aub.cribed is Governor Dockery, third a.sllltantpoatmaster Kenser, a popular truck grower who E.: G. Vans AfBtw, Lewis 0''''''",, G. E. Kribbs>>I>> and G. W. Orerstreet. Every' citizen i. invited to at-' i; t
lives in the Mills section tend this meeting whether be is nanw 'i
general, who has direct Slough to .
for according to the articles i
y of incorporation and is divided as supervision of postal savings was so furnish the star act of the day. ed -as a member of the committee_ or: ;., 6
impressed by appeals from all over the Just after the midday spread the not. -
follows: E. L.. Lesley, 1,000 shares
jt W. C. Bass 1,000 shares; Araminta; country to open postal savings accounts men of the party started out to view ..... ...... ... ....... .. .0..0..... . ..... It Is the plan to make this Fourth.of ,
by mail that he took the the truck farms in that section and tosw.p July celebration a big success in I
Bass, 500 shares Jennie K. Lesley, '
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and the committee '
Dig :
every particular .
600 aharea.tlJ task some weeks ago of working outa ideas about how this or that I
"t 1 feasible and safe method for meet- should be handled. The whole will be divided into sub-committee 'C
The officers of the to crop .
company serve CAN TAKE CENSUS OF PEEPING NEGRO ISGIVENJEAVY to handle the various details of th. "
;i until! the first annual meeting of the ing a demand well Illustrated in a group was feeling a bit good after the work. The board of trade decided .
letter from a Saline county Missourian meal and they crossed on a foot plankto 'I
; concern which will be held on then .
Ai definitely to hold the Fourth of July n
third Monday in January 1916, are: who resides many miles from a the other side of the slough, Clark
at the last.
celebration meetingheld
W. postal savings bank. Howell led the with CITIES IN OFF YEAR FINE / ,
I E. L. Lesley, president; C. Bass way a jump to : Friday night and work will begin in
few hundred dollars saved
"Having the bank
obstruction the
president Araminta E. Bass over an at
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; earnest just as' the committe : f
soon as *
from fifty of hard and assid- end of foot .. ,
.t. etary; Jennie K. Lesley, treasurer years the plank.
Unorganized as it is hoped it will b*
E. 1. Lesley, W. C. Bass i, 'Aramln- ious labor 'and skimping economy on Just at this point the slough is CONGRESSMAN SEARS TO INVES- CAUGHT LOOKING INTO WIN. tonight.- Every man whose name is '
Base and Jennie K Lesley the part of my wife and myself we some nine or ten feet deep. Follow- ron
i'E. concluded in the TIGATE NEW PRECEDENT ESTABLISHED DOWS OF PHERIGO HOME, the committee list will be expected I
1 of directors. to deposit postal savings (Continued on Page Nine.) THIRTY to attend tonight's meeting 'aDct' '. <1
stockholders will meet Mon- .
Ii r!, day.. the potsmaster at that place and received FOR BENEFIT OF DAYS IN JAIL AND $50 FINE as. many Offer*Free as will Publicity.come. .....'' ,WAt

adopting by-laws and completing the reply to the effect that none FROM MAYOR MAY. '
MUNICIPALITIES. the meeting held lastFridaynight /
organization of this corporation. but patrons of that office could deposit N. Y. MAN PRAISES was'read .:
in that office which is very dis- Congressman W. J. Sears, of this Caught looking into the windows of a letter by'.Secretary' .,. ,!. .
appointing news to us. Our little'arm city \bee just been advised by-the government the home of Jt .L. Pherigo 26 'Ader- . (Continued."on Pag*.\Tea-. .), ,V"" ."t> "" '\,:
i.J: :STANFORD GOES TO is not large enough to support KISSIMMEE POTATOESEXPERT of a new precedent established holt street, at about 11 o'clock Sunday '
us and land is so high that it is impossible by the census department wherebya night Walter Terrell, a negro was arrested :
for us to buy more with what census may be taken between theregular and taken before Mayor. May LOCAL BOYS FORM; ; : :

. J. ATTEND BIG MEETING little we have and we are so old that DECLARES SHIPMENT. census years. He sends the on Monday morning. After hearingthe ,
we can't labor much now and we would following concerning this plan to the evidence in the case Mayor May.
(, be so glad to lay by at least enough to RECEIVED FROM H. C. AVANT I Valley Gazette: fined the negro $50 and sentenced him A BASEBAIIZT( AM' ': ..;
'h put us away in decency." BEST OFFERED ON THE MAR Kissimmee Valley Gazette, to 30 days in jail. The sentence means ,
,'f'h' 'H. C. Stanford left Tuesday afternoon Under the plan adopted by the KET THIS YEAR-INGRAM DIGS Kissimmee, Florida. that at fifty. cents a day he will .spend [, .
I,, to go to Chattanooga, where he postmaster general for opening ac- HIS CROP. Gentlemen:Enclosed find copy. of i ISO days working for the city. PRACTICE HAS BEGUN.AND'THE* '
and the
will Osceola
< county
,,; represent counts by mail an intending depositor notice just received from the bureauof "
I Lonnie Bass saw the negro>> apparently : '
\\it ,. ./ Central Florida Highway association residing where there is no regular census Washington, D. C., relative trying to force a window of FIRST GAME WILL LIKELY: BE 'y ,
: '.:\ formed at a meeting held here at the y designated postal savings bank Sheriff L. H. Ingram this week dug to the taking of the census of a the horn about 11 o'clock PLAYED NEX'I'TBURSD4y'AFv, '
:: ';ly'meeting of,, the Dixie highway com will apply to his local postmaster who he potatoes on his two-acre tract ad- city between census years. I have Sunday night and immediately soughtNight ;TERNOON WITH THE" CLUB ; J i 1r. .t I:
4 : : missioners. ""' will see that necessary identificationdata joining the baseball park. The crop written -department for full Instructions Policeman'Coleman, bur '\ ,' 1 -.fiJi I
'''9i(Ji': It I. the purpose of the meeting to is provided and forwarded to relative this .FROM ST; CLOUD.of; t.' \{
( a totalled to
180 barrels, which is considered securing rled to the scene and caught th. negrobefore ." , .. ,' ;"'\:10.I'
elect the route of the Dixie highwayfrom authorized to i j 't r"S" .::
nearby postoffice fine the of census, and thought possibly
accept a yield majority the you he could A.baaeballteam :
escape. .
* 'cOm OleCl '.
entirely .
Chicago to Florida through deposits 'The intending depositor will being of the Nd. l'size. might like to see this : t t\ ,
the state probably to Miami. then be given'permission .to forwardhis crop :Other persons have reported a negro of,local boys has been>> formed during, .' '{':" : .;.'Ij" $ ".
?iI'" ; also has a fine stand of corn truly prowling about >their house'' at night
;;,.;" En route he joined at JacksonvilleEd first and the past week and i daily practice is -t
subsequent deposits by on this tract which shows what W. J. SEARS, M. C. inflicted '
cane and the
penalty byMayor '
severe ..
the rule at
Ed Scott, of Arcadia, and J. P. Holojf order mail now ., ark. Ther I r.;
registered directto
money or > done with land in the vicinity of will teach other "
( i.- brook, of Orlando, other members of the postmaster at the banking Kissimmee.H. New Departure by the Census Bureau; May likely boys declare Unit they will give Kis ". : ; .
of Terrell's kind' that it is
negroes simmee the beat have -in them ,
the committee named at the meeting point for which receipts or certificateswill C. Avant has finished Washington, D. C., May 1, 1915.- they i y
." will the just marketing wise to keep out of the,clutches of the and that aU they ask i. the ,
held here. They highway supportof
urge be issued. He
withdraw all his The bureau has established
of a
may off twelve census "
crop potatoes law. .
select the Central the public in order that they may :
commissioners to ;
or part of his postal savings by at local
? any acres of ground, the :yield totalling new precedent by enumerating, -
I be able It Is their
V' Florida route through Lake City, expenses.
mail and on demand together with and the
640 barrels. The majority of his crop request expense, population d'K
if I
Ocala, Gainesville, Orlando, Kissim any interest that may be due him. was also No.1 size. H. sold a partof of a city between census years. GUN CLUB HOLDS intention they. are given the proper
t" mee Bartow Arcadia, etc. The new leaflet points out that any his crop here and shipped two carloads This was done last month at Tulsa, support to afternoon game hero every r
Besides this committee a number of person ten years old or over may open to John Mix, the well known po- Okla., under authority of a presidential -I I Thursday during the half r
the counties along the route named .in account in his or her own name; tato dealer in New York. lie received order, and as result the population :' holiday season this summer.
b have sent special delegations to work that an account may be opened by a letter from Mr. Mix stating that of that city on April 15, 1916 was The team as it is now made up coni i :
slats of the
central Florida route. following: Sam Story,
for the married women free from any con- his potatoes were the best on the officially announced a few days ago as t
f-i g trol or interference by her husband market. exclusive of liv- catcher; Buck Payne, pitcher; Mack f
; 28,240 1.985
x (Continued on page 6)) Prices paid to Mr. Avant for his potatoes ing on "Indian lands':' located withinor large crowd was present r.ellter- first base; L. L. Bass, second base; "r.r.N: -i rl mr. +
CEMETERY CLEAN-UP Luther Farmer, third base; T. McAl-
day afternoon at the weekly ;
to the but
averaged $2.65 for a barrel of adjacent city politically S
dieter Lester Alford left < >
of the Kissimmee Gun club held at ,
No. 2's and 3.85 for No. 1's. distinct from it. The increase be- Ihortstopt'. 1
') 1 1j the on the lakefront. Unusual field; ., center field; B. M. '.-
1910 and 1915 56 cent. range
1' DAY I IS BIG SUCCESS i iI MINNEAPOLIS MAN The tween work was done by was local enumerators per interest was shown in the matches and Alvey right field; and P. K. Weaver, r''i

; LUSITANIA VICTIM under the supervision of EugeneF. five separate squads indulged in the substitute. ..
.. shooting. Improvement was noted in : The boys expect to play their first 1
( Hartley, an official of the census .
,. The "Clean-Up Day" at Rosehill MAY PURCHASE LANDSam bureau. the shooting of the members and some I game next Thursday afternoon with
the St. Cloud team their ,
good scores were recorded. opponents
cemetery was a big success. ONCE LIVED HEREIt I
The of the various squads
w and hundred score
Between eighty a persons '
joined the "work which began Thorpe a prominent businessman WOULD MAKE TEST being the number of "dead birds" out' MORE LAND SOLD ,
at an early hour and continued of Minneapolis may purchase a of a possible twenty-five, were as A
II', the with the result large tract of land of extensive acre- has just been learned that one of follows: First Squad.W. .
: .: that throughout the cemetery day in now in fine shape age in the prairies of Osoeola countyas the victims in the Lusltania disaster OF DAIRY COWSC. J. Sears ____________________ 7
j" The ladies furnished a big feast atI'J' the result of a trip over about when the big Cunard liner was sunk R. G. Canova ____________,_____14 IN LIBERTY' .PARKE. \
; the hour and there was plenty 160,000 acres last week. off the Irish coast by a German submarine Gay Livingston __-______________10
fed crowd twice large. Mr. Thorpe made the trip in com- was a former resident of Kis- George Overstreet _______________15 I
:l-I.t.., ..1 f;:' 'to- have workers,a however did; a.full jus'T. pany with Fred Lynch president of immee. Bartow. R. Crouch, was ,in a the veterinary city on Wednes-surgeonof Sam Lupfer ________.____________ 8 W. Brown, of Chicago, who recently . "'t "
,!' 4{_. tics the meal. the Southern Colonization company; She was Miss Muriel Thompson Second Squad.M. bought from Breaker & Barclay '
to of
who sided in the work J. A. Hunter secretary and treasurerof who left here last November. She day conferring; with the members E. Stephens _________________12 a five-acre tract in Liberty Park, r ;,1'
Every person the city council in regard to makinga ____________________
her B. E. Haley 6 .
todies who furnished the dinner the Hunter Land company and J. was en route to home in MaidenHead has bought another ten-acre tract in 't /
all in the
tubercular of
:;y; i'and 1. the merchants who contributed tot D. Clark, the local representative of England. Miss Thompson lived dairies around test Kissimmee.cows T. W. Ellis ____________________17 the same section. This) tract of land, 'i i, ",
. the affair deserve the hearty thanksof the Hunter Land company.. On this for six or eight months with the family This has been taken W. J. Sears _____________________10 located north of the city on the Or- ::i '.
x. of S. H. Bullock and protective step J. E. ____________________16
I \ the community. It is to be hoped trip the party visited the Carson Cat- was also with towns and cities and Mr. Lupffer lando road, is attracting considerable ,-
t' that hereafter there' will be a cemetery s ranch at Camp Hammock C.! A. Carson, jr., and family at Camp r Couch by many said that the council members Third Squad. attention just at present.J. ",
Clean-Up Day". at least and the construction camp of the Hammock for some time. with J. R. Gilbert ____________________18 M. Cooper of this. city bought "x '
every looked his
) upon proposition __ _____________ 9
K '. wlx months.' South Florida and Gulf railroad be- favor. J. W. Simspon ? ten acres In tract also Instead ' . "'
Is due J. J. Wood- tween Kenansville and Bassenger. Mr. George Overstreet --_________....14 of five acres as announced last week. t
CVif (ft Especial; praise _____________..__15
IV"JsJl.? who was a leader in the'ment Thorpe was well pleased with; the SEND IN RECIPES Gay ,
.< and succeeded in arousing interest country and expressed his belief in the UNDERWRITERS MAKE I T. W. Ellis -------- ------------19Fourth
'i' in the work. prospects of the section as a cattle Squad.J. ; BUSINESS SCHOOL ;i :J"
;.( .\' day's country. PRIZE W. Simpson ______________--___12 J
,' 4 ... FOR WINNERSIt IT. W. Ellis ______________________20
? SHERIFF GETS NEGRO Gay Livingston _______ __________16 r/ .,1+
was the original provision for the J. E. Lupfer __ 16 .. '
L. the ------------------ ..I' "

{A dORMEDAT: '''f ST. CLOUD WANTED AT SANFORDSheriff fruit the products prize winners display should held recentlythat send in tion Southeastern: of Atlanta Wardroper.Underwriters', was here representing Tuesday associa-afternoon E. Haley Fifth-____Squad.B. _____.__________ 9 The play to be !given by the Kls. "\ .,:,.j,1,

: the recipes by which their marmalades W. J. Sears __________-______-____14 simmee Business School Dramatic t ;
f. jellies, etc. were made.A to inspect the local waterworks J. R. Gilbert __________________-_14 club will not be produced tonight as .' ,
"V Mrs;"George Saunders, Mrs Coped number of these who submitted and fire fighting apparatus fot. M. E. Stephens _________________12 was originally planned, owing to theclosing ', ,'
I Jland Mrs.-W.' Mrs-J. J. Woodall, Mrs. Young Ingram and Deputy Camp- exhibits failed to send their recipes the benefit thedirection of the insurance of companies.Under J. W. Simpson __________________ 9 of the merchant's contest. ...1 }. ')0; ',:. I)
thefKisslmme Superintendent
A. Jotner'officers of bell-established record for -
and a quick'actien -
If were a prize 'winner and did The members of the cast are reA ; ,
l" you I ,
Joiner of works
Woodman Circle when within minutes the water plant, .
: accom- Thursday thirty .
?;k' Gilbert of not send in your recipe, kindly send it Chief Fairman, of the fire Dr. A J. Holt returned Thursday horsing every night now and expect y ? 8
'Mrs. Marion of the of from
'panled by receipt .letter company ,
in Editor to be letter in their when '
to ,'if
at once the. of the 'Valley: perfect parts t,:> ;; .
J. C. Buckles and Ed tests the Southern
to from
\ '.Jacksonville' stats organizer, went Sheriff Hand they had'under arresta Gazette. Robertl1J1' night Baptist con- the play is given as it will be.on '.t t' "
'a/:St. Cloud last-night to install a :.newt negro Will 'Griffin,' wanted for were made at' the . va vention at Houston, Texas, and the nextFriday night. t. 'f'of
,;;Woodman Circl there. shooting and robbing; another negroat pious sections of the city. annual meeting of the Grand Chapter, The will be given at the Cray/ '' *,1 r
,.i/; : Officers were Installed 'there and Sanford last:Monday night.: . The summer school being conducted Royal Arch Masons, at Jacksonville ton Casino play and draw 'f 1'
L4 ,l eight candidates were Initiated.; After Griffin was arrested hi a house nee by Prof. R. M. Evans, ox'tbe city Julian Montsdoca.and'' Will Drawdy, Dr. Holt was honored at the Baptist Jar.attenda* 'aid v ,., :
'vthe:ceremony,th..vlsiton were given the-'tN planVafter a' hard;fight $in ochoole,-waa'opened this week with a of Whittier up Thursday nightan4 convention. -th* man .who had' at- "" G"' , .... "" '
\yt l<'J.!, ,.n:elaborate;reception by the".. "St.f which the netfro .n.latecf'the officers good attendance and many pupil ar* 'apent'odsy; in. Kissimmee: ..Mr. tended 'mor+conventions,, i than any "It .: ;I 'Aw "tf i.:1):
oj; f Cloud.gror:: T*,: .."";*:> >'.rya jf .-:* and ,bad.tobe'masacledbefore'be taking1'advantage of th*,opportunity; ontsdoea says the< people in the other and was chosen to open the con W. C/TUden'and famWi'froW'WPaul ' "" <. >.'The'evening-was'wUiasantly.' !spent could< be"landed In Y jail. 'A.,, deputy offered'to make up i during" the sum Whittier HctioD'ar.. feeling good vention. At the morning service of Mlnn;, arrived Monday and .have I >
$ .xnd the Kissimmee ladies"istumedbntpral.jfojrii from:Seminal* county: wag expected mer.whatever that lacked in the sine the rains ,which:have'improved the Baptist church-Dr..Holt will,report taken W-' F.' Barr's.'house1" on .Via ';1;"q... S

: ,1f"'iU".thr+ aoUUDa,, :; ;: I their today.. .\O_ ntuna1tbe"Del'l'O: ,, -therefor.' quirements to'pass to th* nest H-I I truck farms and have started B good Oil,his trip and thbusiness.ofthe street. Mr. .Tilden\expects: ;to ::mak*; ;: :.
., {? S i ..,.-1. !. .....-J.-J (l .T" .. ff tor the tfe. : convention- -" "rf /* title piles-Me ., .. ,
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: d' DRUGGISTS AUTOS: MISTAKE ,IS 'FOUND t : ness of, the fruit.--tt may prove''r he, M Il iJ) j
It I : : keeper in the citrus tiji ,
_. GRASS II ", 'NEW VARIETY'OIf! FRUIT. beat shpperand '
: ._=: NATAL := + _. + family. in color, the rind is of deep, :J i'

TO VISIT KiSSIHlilEE IN' STt '.CLOUD' BILL -Orangelo",ta a Crow of *theO reddish' gold fine of texture each; a eAd o.t is

L' L .. Orange and Grapefruit. round of 'shape though .
'Editor Valley Gaiettei others, and as three 'or four cuttingsare J .. 0 just perceptibly flattened {
0.0000..00..0.0Ooean of the satsuma.
Through:the kindness of A. B Lees secured per annum natal grass is PILGRIMAGE OF PILL ROLLERSTO PRINTER DISCOVERS THAT'NEW This ora9ge-grapefruit will be

s' ,of 'Leeiburg,.Lake county, Florida,- 'i certainly the most produced prolific and in'our useful PASS THIS WAY EN ROUTETO CHARTER_ SLIPPED BY 'LEGISLATURE Springs, Miss/ What promises known and propagated the Powell
fodder plant yet to be most important additionto classification
am enabled in to the display show window a bale! of of natal Mr*. itate. A great point in Its favor Is it ANNUAL MEETING OF AS. AND WAS SIGNED BY the citrus a, fruit family has made its Orangelo eby .being department the of agricul- i
hay the
grass Broadway. This hay reseeds Itself besides stooling out. SOCIATION TO BE HELD AT GOVERNOR WITHOUT. AN EN- debut at Ocean Springs,. Miss., in an & 1 I

,r F i Pilley* made tore from on the third cutting for the Cattle and horses do well on the na- ATLANTIC BEACH. ACTING CLAUSE.Tallahassee orchard owned by Dr. H. B. Powell. ture. s
of 1914. tal pasture and clean up every speckof The fruit has been most favorably HUSTLER.
season it even if 'it be sometimes weather- automobile is' May 18.Something commended by expertain the United TilE i
Quite an procession -
'il' Origin in This State. stained. They are always greedy for expected to pass through ..Kissimmeeon entirely new In legislation has been States department of agriculture in I am the guy called printer's ink;
'P Thomas W. Spicer, of Leesburg, It. For fattening properties it excels Monday June 14, when the druggists unearthed here by State Printer T. J. Washington, by whom it has been I put hard limes upon the blink-
Lake county, judging from hii writings the best timothy hay ever grown, according of south Florida begin their pilrrimage Appleyard, and it has to do with the /given the name of "orangelo," as it I My lace is black as Erebua-

in the Leesburg Tribune and to national government sta- to Jacksonville, where they enacting clauseR but this time it is Is a cross between an orange and a But I'm a lively, hustling cuss
,J other state newspapers, has had more tistics. Therefore we feel 'confident will attend the meeting of the Florida the failure of the legislature to put I grapefruit I make men rich who once were poor,
practical experience raising natal natal grass is one of the best: if not of the which In this new citrus discovery for
State Pharmaceutical association at on one its acts little line I i appearance I'm on tho job, I am sure.
"/ grave and know. more concerning its the best grass ever introduced into Atlantic Beach on June 15, 17 and 18. reads: "Be it enacted by the legislature -I would readily pass for a very I get work for the lab'ring man
origin In our state than other in- our state and that it is destined to filla large since the rind is undoubtedly -
,i any The druggists all the state of the state of Florida. The orange, And help to fill his dinner can;
dividual. According to Mr. Spicer longfelt need of our stock and dairymen omission occurred on the St. Cloud that of an orange. How- I aid girls who must earn their feed- i,
have to to this meetingin
about the year 1901 N. W. Vinson of I and help save our state $10,000000 ,- automobiles arranged and go the south Florida charter bill, which was signed by the 'ever, inside the fruit shows the characteristics I am the friend of all in need. + '
Lady Lake, handed him a sprig of this per year. We would like to see of possessing '
is this speaker on the 27th of April.It a grapefruit I sell all things from pins to guns
graisgrass; on examining it he felt the advocates of nodes and sudan delegation due to come way. came from the enrolling room as it does a very small core, few seeds In of ten thousand tons,
certain it had great possibilities as grass address letters to the state pa- The itinerary is announced in a letterto without the omission being detected, and well defined segments with well I'm cargoes on the job both night and day.
fodder and plant for Florida, giving their experiences along Secretary Prentis, of the board of division walls. The unitsor .
; grass pers was reported correctly, enrolled by the supported Away from work I never stay.I
provided it could be successfully raised the fines of these fodder and pasture trade, as follows: enrolling committee, signed by the sacks of juice are a little larger am "A I," "0. K." and "It," %'
e here. Yours for Druggists from Bradentown Sara- than those found in
grasses. prof-resll. presiding officers of house and usually grape- And I take a vacationnit.I .
On communicating with the depart- H. EDMUND SWABEY, sota, Manatee, Palmetto Port Tampa senate, approved by the governor, and fruit. serve the small as well as great
ment of agriculture at Washington, I). Kissimmee, May 18, 1916. Tarpon Springs Clearwater, St. Petersburg reached the state printer before the The flavor, while it cannot easily be (See Business Office for my rate.)

C., he ascertained this grass had been Qrooksville and Dade City error was discovered. Of course the described, is a blend of the orange; ,1 am the guy that brings the dough- {
brought from west Africa to Florida will gather at Tampa and leave that error will be corrected by the legislature and grapefruit. Without the acidityof Just try me and you'll find it so. +
about the 1887, some seed hav- city in cars on the morning of Monday the it the News. '
year now sitting, just as soon as possible grapefruit, possesses appetizing -Danville Commercial p
ing been procured by Professor Rolf, Screens and HealthBy June 14, at 9:30 o'clock. They but the question arises what is qualities, and the orange flavor -
of the State university, and that in will come by way of Plant City Lakeland to become of the acts of the town tinge affords gourmets a new sen- Over 50,000 persons took farm
the year 1901 L. E. Johnson, of Viola and Bartow, where they will stop council of St. Cloud since it has been sation. courses by mail from the Nebraska

Lake made hay from the grass. ( JOSEPH Y. PORTER, for lunch. Druggists from Fort operating under this law, which is nota Possesing the characteristics of the university last year.
Extending back for eight years Mr. State Health Officer) Hyers, Arcadia Bowling Green, Wau- law. satsuma orange, the tree is hardier I Y
Spicer has not only raised the grass chula and Fort Meade will join the Had it not been for the fact that than grapefruit, which is an important -

successfully but has distributed a procession at Bartow and they will the state printer is already having consideration. It is more dor-
quantity of the seed throughout the Screens are as essential as roofs to then proceed to Winter Haven Haines put in type the laws passed at this mant than grapefruit and not quite you buyBREAD n
itaQta large portion of it gratis. Florida homes. City, Loughman and Kissimmee, arriving session so that the publication of the as dormant as the satsum. It is a

Due. praise should therefore |be given And the remark is quite as force- here ir the afternoon. Here the acts of the legislature may be givento very vigorous grower apparently resistant
him for this unselfish work in tnus fully applicable to homes in other local druggists who intend to attend the public just as soon as possible to disease, and promises to lie
helping tosolv e one of the problems state as to those in Florida. the big meeting will join them. The after the body adjourns the probabilities exceptionally prolific in the production "

our cattle raisers are rustling with, The roof and walls keep out rain, party will go to Orlando that evening are that the error would not havebeen of fruit.
vie.: The production of a nutritive discovered in time to make the The size of the fruit cannot be definitely !
of dews and the arriving there at 7 o'clock. From
the dampness night Ask for the BESTWe
to the
and adapted
fodder plant
grass determined in this
Orlando will by of correction at the 1915 sitting. early
glare of the sun's The screen they proceed way
different conditions of soil and loca-
of the tree but there numberof
7 out severalof Sanford, DeLand and 1 Daytona, where were a
-the good screen-keeps
tion in our state.How ODDS AND ENDS. fruits that would to
measure up
the common preventable diseases they wjll be joined by the east coast
the size of is make it. Every Grocer sells it
to Sow the Heed. grapefruit and it assumed -
and makes them preventable. There- delegation and on to Jacksonville -
go up Can you imagine a black and white
that these
fruits will
a After the soil has been thoroughly careful of the home is of St. \ larger
fore, screening by way Augustine. room ? No ? Nevertheless a mos delightful be characteristic t
of the
:y prepared by plow and harrow also a duty, just as much as the roof and room is done in black and probably valuable feature of tree.A the BAKERYl
with disc or cultivator when required walls. distinctly O. K.
white with a black carpet with white
fruit is that it be allowedto
can perhaps
mix about two pounds of seed with The day has passed--although a border. black and white wall ,
{ one bushel of earth taken before any good many people haven't found it outyet CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORThe black furniture and black and paper white than remain the on the tree much longer in 700040004M4004
seed roots (allowing altogether fifteen I when this substantial wire average grapefruit grown
--- protection hangings. Does it sound sombre ? S
this Several v.
of natal seed ). Add region. are being
pounds per acre was merely a sort of luxury 'ossibly. - - -
water sufficient to make a thick mud. adding only to the physical comfort of But think of the charm of such a left for observation, and will not l>e .
but will be allowed to fall
: Have rows marked three feet apart. the home occupants. It has becomea commencement address by Rev. room when a fire is 1 tyirning brightly i removed
off. On March 12 thes fruits
Drop the seed mud by hand from a which is demanded last week's Kissimmee were
necessity by Chisholm in upon the hearth, and a red or yellow
? bucket in small quantities about 3fi tate law in hotels and other public Gazette,, looked good and most certainly shaded lamp stands lighted upon the I exceptionally. hard and /not a single I l THE TONE

inches apart. Place the foot upon the ilaoes. Apparently we haven't progressed must have sounded good. table, and when both combine to bring GRAYS rl
seed mud to press !it into the ground. to the point where we may demand Recently we wrote an active member into prominence a bright bit of painting Whenever You Need a Oeoeral Tonic I
To broadcast thoroughly mix with dry by state legislation that everyman of each district asking\ for a rePort upon the wall I Take drove's I /

earth and sow with either one or two shall screen every outside door on what was done in its rally Care however, should be used in The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless

{ hands, according to the manner the and window of his dwelling, but we hour in the state convention. From arranging such a room. Only one chill Tonic is equally valuable aa a ; ; n w. TMUIIMII, "ftq, .. I. rami. HP. ; ;
husbandman is used to. An old tin may come to it.Thecarefullyfitted. Miss Elizabeth Burleigh, Tavares, bright color can be used as a relief. General Tonic because it contains the
wash boiler cut down to about eight wire screen is comes the following the best business Too much and too many colors will _known tonic properties of QUININE '

inches, fitted around a wooden bottom a barrier to germ-carrying insects. It plan gotten up in any such rally we ruin your effect and jar upon the har- and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive il Open Year Round |
with a strap attached to each end and : keeps out the fly-the common housefly believe, in years. "We are to get 60 mony. Nor should more than one oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and vd
t thrown over the sower's head, restingon which has been called man's per cent or our members in Central right picture be hung. A number of Builds up the WLiole System :90 cents.: TtMritT1tTTTtT'-TTTL"t1HHir "
back of neck, makes a very useful greatest, most destructive enemy. district to wear the C. E. pin. One- them will kill each other. I
I seed receptacle. I This insect is bred in filth, and it fifth of the active members to be But a bit of bright metal in the

When to Sow Seed. spends its entire life in filth. It carries C. E. experts; get at least two sub- shape of a beaten copper jardiniere .or .. . ....... .. -

M{ .i Late winter sowing may not come filth and leaves its traces on scriptions to the Christian Endeavor a Benares paque will not upset the .t
up until the following fall, while Octo- whatever it touches. Under any circumstances World in each society; have each result but will add very materially tots CASH IS KING WE SELL FOR LESS

ber planting sometimes matures sufficiently a knowledge of its habits society take up the efficiency chart success. Then blooming plants ofa
to produce seed in March. and habitat makes it disgusting. Its study, and each society representedat single kind and of the same general
worst crime against humanity is its each district convention. Besides color as the lamp and picture will help EDUCATOR
Whether Annual Perennial.
or agency in the spread of typhoid fever, these we challenged East Central to out the charm.
M According to seed catalogues natal carrying the germs from the excreta a contest to see which could get the Can you think of a prettier touch
grass is listed as an annual, but from of the patient and depositing them on I most experts before the next state in such a room than a row of red or
A. B. Lee's experience he )judges the food of its next victim. convention." Who would say after I yellow tulips along a window sill ? 1
otherwise .. he writes me--adjoining Therefore, swat the fly. Kill him. reading these resolutions that Florida Shoes .1

my (natal) hay field I had an old field Avoid him as you would a pestilence Endeavor was not on the up-grade? QUEUES ON THE HATS.
not under fence and had not been and inasmuch as even science has discovered Sunday afternoon during the: state slim with beadson lv
under tenor for twenty years--cattle no means of obliterating him convention. several workers attendedthe Long the end queues and bright little hats We want to remind the people of Oiceola county and Kiisimmee

F' had free access to same at all times, from the face of the earth, it remains monthly mass meeting of Allen on the other one make Fifth saucy avenue look that we are exclusive agents for this
my neighbors told me I had a better' our serious duty that we shall'mini. Endeavorers. It was largely attended There
like road
the to Mandalay. are FAMOUS BRAND OF SHOES.
stand'of natal grass on this unenclosed mize his work. No weapon is more music fine, and a loving cup pre--
little hats like
} field than I had field close- cunning shaped pagodas They are stylish built to wear footwear for Men Women and
.on my generally effective than the sented to the worker reading the best which trimmed with .
+ under fence. I doubted their statements fitting screen by which the pest shall of several papers on the subject, "Howto terra cotta are cherries. One of these applique hats Children. ASK TO SEE THEM.Family ..

..t' but did not say so. be kept from the earth closets shall Interest Young People in Chris has an underbrim of black patent .
I decided to enclose some with m, be barred from food of every kind, tian Endeavor.". leather braid and the black silk tasselon .
cultivated field under fence, which I specially that which is eaten raw, A beautiful thought in a personal top stands straight.' A black Shoe Store
'did and found my neighbors correct, without cooking; that he shall be kept letter from a Florida minister "Of tasseled ribbon up streamer S completesthe l
for a* soon as I shut out the range out of the home and away from.con one thing we are sure. If thev dear hat. "The Chin-Chin" has has r a
cattle the natal grass grew up and tact with human l beings, and that his Lord calls us from one department of of shirred silk. The black Mi- '. {"
fir .went to seed, showing a fine stand. breeding places!-manure heaps and His service to another we may anti- crown lan rim covers' both eyebrows and In the Dann Building J. W. Harris, ManagerFresh .t .\

This demonstrates to my satisfactory refuse piles, shall be covered Securely. cipate His comradeship all along the
at the lashes. A .
stops nothing save .ooooeoooooo oe O OO OOO OOOOOOOOOOOO'.O
T i Oi that natal will stool out and spread on The mosquito is hardly less a men- way. It does not make much dIffer- of braided ribbon hangs at the

the'Open range, but, of course, much ace to human beings than the fly, and ence to us where we go, or how we tack queue which has a tassel of Jet beadsat -

) more lowly, than where it experiences the screen is effective against that, are called to do so long as we have the end reaching below the waist.SOMEOFTHE7HINCSWEMAKE _6 -\I ... -- ... ... ...
; seed then The v'.t. v
X11 r; and spread. too. The crimes charged to this winged this assurance.' y- tio-
s of farmers along this line would be carrier of trouble are the spread A temperance item of interest is

r appreciated by the writer of this of malaria, of yellow fever and of from the report of the junior society

article. other diseases. These offenses have in the Presbyterian church, in Kis-

i 1; Nature of Soil Required.. been proved against the mosquito, and simmee, which says eighteen signed > Meats

r. Natal grass will grow on most any its insidious methods of working have i the pledge. In one church visited a ..... Metal KhtvlM.

kind of soil-muck land, gray sand- been discovered. i few months ago a large pledge was .!.. Metal C.tnag- "
it does well on sand aemb but prefers The spread of these diseases was on the wall with the signatures on it -*. Tiwwh Mid Omllmf.
high rolling ground. It will not a mystery, all the more to be dreaded I of members. This was the plan of the rip rlttlag. and
because it unknown until the real junior society in Avon Park. Those ... ..
w land on low ground as rhodes grass was <(J. ... She t..
culprit was dragged into the light, i children are now grown, and we won- C.rr.g.t.d A-
Amount Produced Per Acre. made to confess his crimes against 'der what effect on their lives had the al.N. Metal _....

s +' From an extra good stand four tons humanity and robbed of his power for i junior training. But God knows, and r lIetaI "., ." BMIw.AOM .

an acre per cutting can and is raised harm, in large measure, because we 'that's enough." Mew "a.N" .,...... Produce
i in Lake county by S. H. Croseley and kno whow to fight him. How many are going to the inter- MMtabU alv w.
It is unlikely that we shall ever be national convention in Chicago July Imperial RlT_,4.'rtieps.tlN ..

free--entirely free-from disease and 7-12T It will, make a cheerful item atm sad Cap.ash. .

Kidney Trouble Causes the danger! of it this side the New Jerusalem For the press department if you tell eh.ea... Metal c--.. Tkat's oar business aid thank to the rood people of KUtimmee, we
Mew ak711a'1Ke.Dred.
1 but a kind providence has us when the question is decided fav- .. rip and rlttlaga are getting a good bulk of their business in this l line

'Intense Suffering put into our hands the means for lea- orably.We .,..........It_
lening sickness. This knowledge, has would like to get names and ad- nasal BbMt Metal w.",,_
started a list of preventable diseases dresses of all Endeavorera going Ask peer d- .r writ .. "r ___ Everything Brand New

: Sixteen years ago I was taken sick and it is enlarging the list slowly and.urelYh away from their home societies for ia': .
.* with Kidney trouble and suffered terribly taking them from the other the summer or longer time. if it is "

) for three months. I did not Ich we used to regard as Inevitable to be under new surroundings, and 1lIc FLORIDA MOAt PRODUCTS CO. Clean and Sanitary
work daring this time and was mostly and unpreventable visitations new friends to be made. Not such a

f' confined to the bed. After using of that same kind providence.The removal has been sent to our office Sees IIIY rsrrm Av.. fa Coneection with the h'sghestgrade Western Florida
ana meats
for several months. is forgetting wewill (
,;, other remedies I finally tried a bottle near approach of another sum- Somebody JACKSONVILJLJE. rLA. kindle a complete line of vegetable and other ,
the introduction farm
of Swamp-Root. I immediately began mer, the period in which flies, mosquitoes departmentand produceHAL"r&e.
and other insect life thrive its secretary in Interlachen. Is
1 .
to feel better, and after using
,'. seven fifty cent bottles entirely and flourish, makes necessary greater it you T --- *, Poultry and Fishy .
:. cured and have had no Kidney trouble caution in the care and preservationof That wa a fine topic last Sunday.Tell LET US HAVE YOUR BILL,
aince. I health. It will cost you far less us how your society: used it; and WE WILL SURPRISE YOU
';0 can truly say that I owe my wire for did have a union service with the
'I health to provide screens- screens, you GOODMANButler
to You
\ good Swamp-Root. mere netting itsn't worth the troubleit juniors then as suggested by the y
,: 4 may publish this letter for the benefit takes to put it up-for everyoutsidedoor Christian Endeavor headquarters in If you want material, we manufacture -
of other
people afflicted as I was and window of your home than Boston. from the stump and can save you
with the hope of to their attention
bringing the bills for case of GRACE A. TOWNSEND. We Guarantee grade and .
L ; this most wonderful remedy.Yours to pay even one money. Building on Broadway
typhoid in your family, and in the Irterlachen, May 18, 1916. workmanship to be to the Stand-
., HATTIFf very A.truly qXJIMBY. possible eventualty of such sickness, ard. IRe coupons is the Auto Contest Agent's for Reed's Bread "

88 St. Waterville it will coat you infinitely less grief. HAND PAINTED PARASOLS.Some _ R
Spruce Maine.

State of Maine, as And see that if your the house screening is already is screen new parasols are painted by Yellow Pine Lumber Co. Call Us On Phone 209"COW '
\ .
Kennebec County.Personali . working order and that it is likely to hand in delicate pastel effects on silk
: ,. appeared the above named keep in that condition, and then- or gauze. One such model, of white Pronptneae Our Watchword. */b -U
Battle A. Quimby, who- subscribed watch it. chiffon, hal alternate panel. of shirred Phone 195. Klaslmnee. Fla. ',.
above statement and made oath that
X - -- and plain chiffon pale blue iris being
:' ... the same is true in substance and in WINTER HAVEN TO CELEBRATE. touched in with hand colon on the _- --- --- ,
: .fact. ANNA M. DRUMMOND. fabric and little knots of blue - ----
plain 40000000FON0004NM.
celebration .,..'oo"'ooooo
Independence Day
.Authorized to administer oaths, etc Saturday and black velvet ribbon trimming the ooOO.0006ooooooo.ooooo0.o" .,." ,'
will be held in Winter Haven
.,<'" \i.r on of the Another TILLER
edge panels.
/. .,July 3. This big day will be 6t. '
,t> : of laoe has Inserts ol
) ? 'D... o.. model cream
Winter Haven
under the of the
'. I I .!. bas M. T. auspice which PEAS j
; concert band and Winter Haven cream mousseline. on are Real state Agency. \ ,
orchid and tea
tt. fire There-will be bigparade painted purple roses. ..
Prove What 8wassp-Root Will De department a ..
> This unusual parasol will ---"" -
for best float best accompany AD the standard varieties ia stock.
; Far Yoeu Win sell j
of embroidered 1
f a trousseau frock cream yon one quit er ;
111 ., ? Send tea cents to Dr. Khmer A Co., trimmed automobile ,games, race and net, a leghorn hat, trimmed with Realty bought ..a carload. How .OJ do you want ud where do "
.. an wart then
; of kinds base ball you
sports ,
,: sits ,' tea rosu'and black velvet ribbon, and House rented. de5eredi /
u )i ''botUe.. 1ww1UNconylfnee anyone You basket dinner, fireworks and big silk slippers worn with natural silk Taxes paid and Title verified I I'I
:to dance in fact day and .
a complete
rill also receive booklet of "' 1I&bl. .
a stockings-to carry out the creamy.eru
.J'; .-: information 'about'the and' night program. Everybody invited. for non-residents. .r '
kidney '
tone of the costume 1
Vi"" and :Watch for poIte .. Fare, Life and Accident Insurance. '-I
; ''bladder. ,When writing, aura KILGORE SEED 4
r mention' the .Kissimmee Valley Gas ", Mrs. Savala Vandaveer. of Montgomery Nlne of> the foremost' foreign em COMPANY-+,4'r i x r
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'cettet ;Regularflftycent', and City Mo.; tan in herposse.- basaiea and l.ptloDalnWaahiD&'toa ,Indemnity Bond .. PLANT CITY FLORIDA.I' ',: ,.' .,
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FRIDAY:; MA'Y .' :iiis ff 1, ' ; : "" ((6AEET'TEl'" ""M&il fi
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:'.:' The next meeting',' of the Central The statement, explaining '
: We Call'Your
;'//1,&: k, :' Florida Highway association, which the proposed increase in road millage, to Attention to a Few'of' '
,\ t was organized in Kissimmee at the In Osceola county, has been issued by
, recent session, will be held in Orlando Chairman Lesley of the board of county
Hr, 'vi" r;, June 10. In regard to this commissioners: Our Excellent Bargains
meeting the Orlando board of trade Information on proposed route of ",
; has eent out the- following notice: I Dixie highway in Osceola county
,', :i A meeting will be held Saturday, Florida.

.'.,''..::(".( "the May proposed 8, at Kissimmee Dixie ,highway and a route to run for I I with This the route brick If road adopted now, will being connect constructed This is no Sale but Real Values Selected from Our Big Stock of Dry Goods > t

through Florida was --endorsed. A by the county commissionersof .
"." "., ',' fight to secure the endorsement of Orange will run from I and Clothing
1, ". this route proved necessary said county line trough Kissimmee to
4' The route as agreed upon was Live the Polk county line for a distance
v ", Oak or Lake Osceola of
City to Gainesville, through county approximately
I :,; l. '"", Ocala, Leesburg, Orlando Kissimmee, fifteen miles. Holeproof Sox Men Summer Suits Voile Dress Goods : i
?! Bartow, Arcadia Okeechobee City, There is now on this proposed route .
',' West Palm Beach and Miami. five miles of hard surfaced road and

'1 r' The meeting was attended by representatives two miles of brick, and the entire dis- face Silk Hose All Wool Goods In both Striped 1
:., \\I" from the counties of Or- tance has been graded and the bridgesare SOc O/"l '
will sold until 200,6 I II
Absolutely be and Flowered
'" DeSoto. Osceola, Putnam Polk in excellent condition. Designs >% C
,.., .'' Hillsborough, Seminole Clay and There has just been introduced in Guaranteed further notice at only *** ;
, Pinellas. the legislature a bill providing for I
, +a As a result of the meeting the Cen'I seven mills for the sole purpose of A PAIR DISCOUNT A YARD ,
V tral Florida Highway association was putting down brick roads and it is
l!) -. ", organized. the intention of the board of county ''I

,, f The next meeting of the association commissioners of Osceola county to '
I', will be held in Orlando June 10. make, the entire distance of fifteen
' t I" The purpose of this letter is to In-' miles a brick road, and also to builda Lace Cloth Palm Beach. Cloth Ladies' Shirt Waists
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: W'i vite you to attend the Orlando meet- brick road from Kissimmee to the r.
'' Ing. We want to have old soldiers' colony at St. Cloud.In .
you a representative -
I y'' or several from the board of order that you may thoroughly Beautifully Flowered That Popular Dress Beautiful New Line u

trade. Six men should come from understand the interest taken in good Designs at 25 Goods for Summer 39c in Crepe China Silk $1 39 t
t your county. roads in Osceola county in additionto ,
. "' Delegates to the Orlando meeting the above seven miles mentioned, Only Wear at and Voile, ,
( will be urged to attend from Clay, there will be a millage of three mills A YARD A YARD EACH
Dade, Palm Beach, Alachua, Marion for the purpose of keeping in repairthe (
Sumter and St. Lucie counties. roads now in the county. I
f 1' These are sixteen of the best and It is estimated that the ten mills
I most representative counties in Flor- for road purposes in this county will ''

' Ida.Each one will be invited to join the give tween the$65,000 county and commissioners$70,000 for the sole be- H. c. STANFORD COMPANY'

Central Florida Highway association. purpose of constructing brick roads
This will then be the strongest and and repairing the roads of the county r
most formidable organization in Flor- annually, and under this system, '
ida.This without bonding, a good system of ST. CLOUD KISSIMMEE 4
organization will mean not brick roads will be secured for the en- ,
only an impetus for the further improvement tire county in the next .
t*. of the highways but it will E. L. LESLEY,

mean that consideration will be givento Chairman, Board of County Commis- -- -- -- ---- ---- - --- -- ------- i! ;' c 1.
.. this route by the directors of the sioners.

f Dixie Chattanooga.Highway association May 20. in sessionat KENTUCKIAN BUYS A KISSIMMEE MAN'SEXPERIENCE :oo o ooooooooooooooo.o.DAVENPORT. :. FLAP PLANTATION CO. '

If you will enlist with this organi QUARANTINE LIFTED a t
" the zation big and meeting will come advise to immediately.Orlando for BIG ORANGE TRACT ...OOO.OOO.OOOOOO..O.O.O.The TO DOUBLE CAPITAL :

We would urge you to call a special OFF FLA. LIVE STOCKB. Florida Development company, ;1 "
meeting of the board of county commissioners "LOUISVILLE which has maintained an office here .i
and the board of DR. BREWNKK, OF since the of this That .
trade Results opening town, broke corporations have faith fia ,ii ,
Tell the Tale.
and send a delegation of one or more E. Evans, demonstration agent INVESTS $25,000 IN: LAND: LOCATED camp here this week and moved their the future of Florida and do not be-* i'
to the Chattanooga meeting. If this for Osceola county has received notice IN OSCEOLA AND OR- Can you doubt the evidence of this effects to Fitzferald. Ga. Hereafterthe lieve in the cry of hard times is evil
is not possible dispatch telegrams of that the quarantine for foot and ANGE: COUNTIES AND WILL Kissimrrvee citizen. company will be denced in the notice just sent out from- ,"
co-operation and approval to J. P. HolHrook mouth disease has been lifted off stock PLANT You can verify Kissimmee endorse- done from the Georgia office. Owingto Kissimmee by W. B. Crawford, secret ? a
Orlando; Ed Scott, of Arcadia, coming into Florida. The notice reads ; GROVE. ment. the abolishing of this office. Miss tary of the Florida Plantation com*
.\ Jy r H. Clay Stanford, of Kissimmee, as follows: Reports continue to come in of investments Read this, : Marie Shapiro, who has been in charge pany.This. .
I . ,-tyho' will officially represent the new- The fact having been determined by in real estate in Osceola Z. W. Bass, contractor and storekeeper for some time is no longer connected) notice calls for a meeting. of '
1V created highway association at the state board of health of Florida county. The latent comes from Orlando Clyde & Hughey Sts., Kissim- with the company. C. C. Beatty. who the stockholders at Fellsmere on Mon- .
Chattanooga. that the work of controlling and eradicating and the Reporter-Star of that mee, says: "My back was so lame 1 I for several years edited the Davenport day, June 28, for the purpose of in. j
I If it is your intention to send a del foot and mouth disease in the city says: could hardly get around. I couldn't Messenger, has again taken creasing; the capital stock of the com.-- *..- w
egate to the Chattanooga meeting, itt various states has progressed to the Dr. M. L. Brewner.a wealthy capi- stoop or lift without having severe charge of the paper. pany from 11,000,000 to $2,000,000.. :*
is advisable that your representative stage where the danger of transmitting talist of Louisville, Ky., and pains and at night I wasn't able to The new town council recently decided '
be at Chattanooga May 18 or 19 fora the infection by interstate move- of an insurance of president that get in any position that was comfort improve Bay street by put- FLORIDA PINEAPPLE y'+;
conference previous to the directors' ment of live stock is remote, it i is city, has purchased through company the War- able. My kidneys were weak and the ting a parkway down the center of it. CROP WILL BE SU9RT"Jack ; -
[ meting. hereby ordered: I ing Real Estate agency a 360-acre: kidney secretions passed from six to The street committee went right to ohvi1le.-The Florida & '
(Signed) The Orlando Board of That "Special Live Stock Quarantine tract of land in Orange and Osceola eight times during the night. The secretions work and have the job well under way. pineap
Trade Committee of the Central Florida Proclamation" for the preventionof counties The consideration also contained sediment. 1 I There is to be a twenty foot grass pie crop will be 60 per cent short, or fts)
Highway Association W. M. the introduction of foot and mouth $25,000. Dr. Brewner intends to was used liniments and plasters but plot with a row of eucalyptus trees It probably also will 800,000 crates this seaso ... r ?
Glenn chairman; J. P. Holbrook J. disease into Florida, issued March 1C, his .newly acquired property with plant oranges relief I finally read of Doan's Kidney down the center. This will add materially will start be later about than June usuaL 1 In Shipments # t
H. Reese. is Pills and got a box. Less than this to the appearance of the car '
II5._ hereby revoked and all classesof and grapefruit. It was especially I lots. The quality is fair but indications .'
:" live stock to be selected for one box stopped my getting nights.I street. r
are permitted mov- this up
POTATO GRADING purpose. that the fruit will ,, '
are > to
MACHINE ed or shipped into Florida from other i Mr. Waring met Dr. Brewner whileon I still use Doan's Kidney Pills occas- The new bank under the title of the small sizes unless there' run'rains ,
states, for any purpose, provided a business trip to Louisville several ionally and they act as a tonic to my Davenport Security Co., is about ready throughout the entire pineapple belt. ."
- ::, Hastings.-A committee of potato movement is made in accordance wIth weeks ago, and induced the capitalist !- system You may continue. to publishmy to begin operations.. The saf. has The weather has been dry: and hot and ,
? growers appointed by the South Caro- federal regulations and the regulations to come to Orlando and look over: : former endorsement"Price been installed and other "furniture"'Is i fields are not in good condition. The'V'\ .' ..1- '
Tina Potato exchange, from Charles- of the state board of health of the many opportunities to be found I SOc at all dealers. Don'tIIlmpll being assembled. crop has .started to'movo' by ; ,'+'+'
I ton, were here last week to inquire Florida. here. Dr. Brewner was so well pleased ask for a kidney remedy-get R. Hutchinson has just purchased shipments.,'' '. .. iJocaI1'/-: i! :
t" .into the merits of the Boggs Potato By order of state Y.aPORTERgI. with this section of Florida that he I Doan s Kidney Pills-the same that I a Ford automobile and Harry WhooM I ....: 1 "\.J'<'f
:. ;. Grader and Sorter. After they had JOSEPH decided to invest a small fortune in Mr. Bass had. Foster-Milburn Co., ery has also bought one, thus adding SHIPPING ':
.;.. thoroughly investigated the machine. State Health Officer. Orange county real estate. Props., Buffalo. N. Y. two to our town equipment. CITRUSFRUIT BY BOAT' <>
l' ,i'. assured George W. This is the second large deal the Mr. and Mrs. S. .W. Lackey, who -- 1
I Warrratigeneral manager, that they INCREASE BERRY ACREAGE.Glen Waring Real Estate company hal VEGETABLES IN NEW YORK. have been spending the winter here, Fort Myers.--Grapefruit and oranpes .- .lM'i
thought it of great help to the closed this week the former being Left last Tuesday for their home in from the Deep Lake 'grove are a ''
ers and would place an order and grow-advise I St. Mary.-Truckers in this that of the Holden estate, which was Supplies Heavy and Prices-Go Off All Nebraska: They expect to return to being moved to this point by the tug I-,
their members to grade their section will give their attention to sold to former Governor Thatcher of Along the Line. Davenport in the fall boat Belle of Myers. The ftrst ahip. ;, wd .
stock with this machine. The machinehas I berry growing next season as it has 'Panama and associates for a consid- ment consisted of 1,600 boxes of fancy -
given satisfaction this year in been shown that berries can be raised eration of 125000. New York.-A draggy market has LINE TIlE SILENCE CLOTH. pineapple oranges. It is estimated i,
and marketed at a profit. The grow in that the crop for the season of 1916 '
the Hastings belt and potatoes graded prevailed vegetables all week and
ers will put In an acreage large a silence cloth sticks to the table will be between 20,000 and
and sorted by it have brought more prices suffered a decline. Several rea- 25,000
line oldmuslin
side with
enough to induce buyers to come to one cheesecloth or boxes of fruit.
money than hand graded stock. Some this sons have been advanced for this condition and put the lined side next to
place during shipping season. f r
of the in this section who but the most likely cause is the
growers the table Ladies' Female
Alvin Frank put in one acre of berries says Home Journal. laundry workers in Kansas w
said they absolutely would not use a and the first week in May he mar moderate demand and as the season is You will find that no more lint will City earn from $t.0 to' $10 per '
machine grader are now the most en- keted 800 AT MUNCIE INDIANANews advancing, commodities are coming in stick to the polished surface. week. ---
over quarts which sold at
since larger and better
thusiastic they have tried it outWhen quantities shape, yr.
fair It is estimated
prices. that about causing an oversupply.Asparagus .
peeling onions keep the hands fifty acres will be put in next season. particularly is coming in
under running water. The tears will has just been received here
large quantities and is of excellent
not come nor the hands be scented or BRAIDING EFFECTS. announcing the death of David Ritchie, quality. In fact receivers say that
stained. Soak in waterin Black silk formerly of Kissimmee, at the homeof : &
your potatoes braiding plays a promi- they do not remember ever havingseen Challenge
which a teaspoonful of baking soda nent part in the decoration of a simple his daughter, Mrs. Charles Younce, better 'grass than is now arriv- 1 '
bas been dissolved for half an hour but becoming tailor-made costume in at Muncie, Indiana on May 17. ing on this market. Most of it comes 'J;
and the skins will not stain the hands. navy suiting, says the Toledo Blade. Mr. Ritchie was born in Bryan, from Jersey, although Delaware and
Williams county, Ohio, December 26, 4
Pennsylvania are shipping their share.
1R45. and in his seventy-first ,
was vear
with a small quantity from Long Isl{
He resident of Kissimmee;
was a for and. With the exception of Long Island ,
the last three and made Lead-and-Oil
Friends here. years About two many 'grass most safes of fancy stock -i
years ago '
were made at $1.60 to $2, with primes
T he suffered stroke of
a paralysis bringing $1 to $1.50. Long Island
which gradually grew worse causing stock from to for
ranged $1.25 $2
\ fi d his death. Besides a widow, he leaves fancy and SOc to $1 for seconds. Paint half of i.i.i '
T77171Tr 'r t I five children to mourn his loss, W. II Peppers are beginning to run red your house Leadandk k i-
l( ,. Ritchie, of Newport, Ark.' Simon
Ritchie of Montepelier, Ind. Mrs and wasty'and it Is frequently neces- Oil .
; sary to assort boxes in order to get and half Devoe.
Charles Younce of
Muncie Ind.
the desirable stock. They sold usual-
Mrs. Irene Saunders of Kissimmee. '
I ly at $2 to $3.Eggplants I
... QUAINT PINCUSHIONS.The have been few and If Devoe doesn't take less gallons and cost less f wasty, going at $2 to $3.
advent of more stuff in clothes
has seemed to affect the dressing table Wax beans were bringing $2.50 to money, no pay. If Devoe doesn't wear better too, _
$((3. green beans $1.60 to $$2.7,.squash 1\ ,
$80.50 $89.00 $98.90 also, says the Manchester (Eng.) we'll return
f. .
your '
Guardian. While brushes and combs $1.50 to $2, tomatoes, $1.25 to $3.25 money.LeadandOil ;
I. JACKSONVILLE TAMPA MIAMI have still to remain of hard material cucumbers $1.50 to $2.60. ' i.
,"J- AND RETURN AND RETURN AND RETURN other accessories are tending more andmore Fancy old yellow onions ranged .7 ''
from $1.76 to $2. Most of these, how- '
to softness. The old
full pincushion is said to be for
ever, were owing to the advanced good
has back poor \
come It
a 1'' To the Great California be of plain white muslin again., with may a season and few sales were made at '
.t. three
Expositions quite[ commonplace frill, or one probably the$ figure. Old reds made $1 to years. Devoe is better six r: ; '

of crisp, white embroidered
'" Proportionate rates from all intermediate points. Stop-over privileges It may be in the shape of a doll- I. Florida celery sold at $1 to $1.50, years. If not we'll 'return p r

, , enroute and free side trip to San Diego from Los Angeles. with spreading skirts-these last are sales according of to condition stock with a few your 1 :
good being made at $2.
Direst and diverse routes by way of New Orleans St. Louis and rather quaint though they should not South Carolina cabbage generally money. y1

; '" .' Chicago. Go one way and return another. Fast through trains and last large too and will Whichever carry without it is, it unsetting is- ranged from $2.50 to $2.75 with an l' S.;
"' personally conducted tours. hatpins as well as the more exceptional sale at $3 for both flat .
and Wakefield. New beets brought6c ,.
SUMMER EXCURSIONS ordinary kind. to 6c, old beets 3c to 4c per bunch At sea, Lead-and-Oil good for a year ; Deyoe "

: lEI lEI British life insurance companies carrots Ic to 3 1-2c per bunch. don't know how longfor J. i
h. TO NORTH AND WEST ; several '
have about 38,000,000 policies in With the exception of curly and years. ''t t' .
'I : plain narslev and Faba beans. the New, .
y,.,'s;\ Yrc", Four trains daily--South Atlantic Limited to Louisville and Cincin- force. Orleans vegetable season is over. This ( ;

,v::"', t: 'r', nazi Dixie:Flyer to Chicago,,Montgomery Route Express to Memphis falling Card week curly parsley brought $2 to $2.60 We'll back 1Ji..:
V 'c '1'1". '1._, and,St. Louis New Orleans Special to Mobile and New Orleans. Wedding Announcements and plain parsley $3; Faba beans $1. Devoe against Lead ,lr- 1 If'

.( l Choice of routes' superb steel trains and superior service are L. St N. -The Packer.
( l Cngravin; Work a Specialty and-Oil in V !.
i" 1 '. t\ + features. Many others: make this road a la'YorlJ.ewith travelers. For I BeetorVfork Guaranteed any. exposure anyhow ,: r. :*:"'

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: H. C.: BRETNET, Fhtida Agent, and Nuhvilb RaureadXt mom&tilt, old reliable Dm :". -. t. i.;

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PAGE 4.;, .THE'' C1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZITtl'i \' FRIDAY. MAY 21,, 1015r :


r." "The .Kissimmee. : 'Valley; Gazette All'.Right; Divide the State "

.id, State Press Comment I.-l;

'' l lrUfUIUXD. JDTJIJ\T JtJSSIJOUUJII> SOW OOUMI1TR1A1DD BtTiLDIMtl, While many resident of Florida have long looked upon the agitation. I
-- divide the'tate into two separate and distinct states a* a sort of perennial

t ,Io 'W. B. HARRIS ..a E. G. VANS AGNEW OWNERS there are two'representative in the legislature at the present session who h. The Jacksonville Metropolis is usually .

,' EL:' E. NAUGLE,. Editor and Manager. made it a most serious matter. They are John W. Davis, of St. John I i one of the best edited paper *in
and Ellis F. Davis, of Jackson county. I were represented at I the state, but the Lusitania outragewas

VBaCRITOOlf KATBBi One one year___________ ___,.... West Florida counties, a* a rule are non-progre..ive--aparsely association when a ,central"was too much for the genius and presiding he hat
Oae oopjr. ala month_?-..,._oil.N po..aDr, flirt,e month-rrrr.__-____ ... and have made but little or no increase in population. Notwithstanding I of the meeting donned over its his editorial"war-bonnet columns and proceeding

r '' they have two. representatives and one senator, while the more lath urge a route to outdo Teddy in his thirst for,war.
x Md All.. bll'eommvaleatloaa tlto wrltor. except from our aatborl>.d oorrMpondeata, must be and fast growing counties of central and south Florida have but one Florida for the Dixie "Give us honor or give us war" has
from the Georgia lien"-
'. ......te matter will net be returned unUM aeJUd for. tative and one senator to two and three counties. Lake City through entirely supplanted Plant a
., (nUr"4 at ta. Poatoglee In I ..Imm.. .. Florida, ao_..oond-etw matter.) This does not give the proper representation in the legislature.: Orlando. Kissim- -+- '
west Florida hold the balance of power on all measures, and therefore and thence east to John Barleycorn received a body
J FRIDAY MAY 21 1915. of statewide Miami.-Daytonia blow from the state legislature of
measures import, especially those bearing on any betterment month when the Davis
Florida 'last
}' expenditure of public funds, are killed. bill passed which eliminated the saloons -
Representative Davis of St. Johns county introduced the joint r and cattle sale in Florida. This bill has some
:': Promptness in Public Life county at KIs- which have!
strict regulations
proposing amendment the which
an to constitution would create the state A display of Flor very It
this state.
West .Florida, the new state comprising twenty-eight of the fifty-one also made 300 long been needed in
was ; that usually
business the state
for conference from
Did you ever' make an engagement to meet a man a eliminates
of the commonwealth. Florida cattle were is
f resent
of and promptly at the hour set only to wait probably longer disreputable loafing place
some In
go attire
was gala
It is proposed the the saloon by the general
to place following named counties in what will known as
than the business hand would before the other arrived who numbered "
at party
require and e.or
sometimes styled !
known* West Florida : Escambia Santa Rosa. Holmes, Washington "Times. public .
I Of course you have. In fact every' man in public life of any tort has had man's club" by Its mends It IS m-
I this experience. It seems to be rather the rule than the exception for men in Jackson Calhoun, Franklin, Liberty Wakulla. Leon Jefferson. Madison Dixie hiway is now deed the poor man's "club"-the one
lor Hamilton Suwanee Lafayette, Alachula.' Columbia Baker that beats him over the head and takes
i business to be late. The man who is always on time is really the loser nowadays by way of Kismm-
Clay Nassau Duval. St. Johns, Putnam, Gadsden. thence to Miami. his money from him and his family.
; for he loses valuable the other fellow.
time waiting on the legislature -
While the bill was before
The dividing line would make We it to
{, proposed Levy. Marion and Volusia expected
the hour announced? of Jackson-
How set meetings begin at the booze interests
many and thence
the northern boundary counties of the proposed state of South Florida.By with their cork
ville were on the job
There are very few. indeed. You know that from your own experience. airship to Miami.
passage of resolution by house and senate\ and ratification of lest screwsand as a result an investigationwas
Why It has even become the practice for organizations which desire to begin we forR'et--the
y ment by people at polls, democrats would gain two additional members in down the east coast ordered by the legislature to ascertain -
,l hour the for the least half
their work at a certain to set time meeting at an whether or not some of its
.a GI' hour before the time at which they wish to begin. You've often heard the national senate. Tallahassee would probably remain the capital of when were it too was darn offered lazy members partook of the cup that

i r. remark, : Well we want to get started by 8 o'clock, so let's set the time of proposed new state. steal it from cheers to excess during the session.
The creation of the proposed new state would leave practically all had the to The law that Florida needs now is the
r the meeting. 7 30. energy
the institutions in the old down one that will put the wholesale booze
and the
present state state would force the hiway
I y I These are strange facts, but true nevertheless. new houses of the state out of business.
of South Florida to build its own capitol and state buildings, its own the trains
4 loading
They bring (forth the natural que.tion-why ? +- They are express
i lU ayslum for the i insane, its own experimental station and other industrial fair and every day with shipments of the vilest
Man has been taught from infancy almost that he should always be on
These all located this week kind of barhed-wlr. boore to colored
r time and keep his engagements to the letter. The youth had this principle taken in present with the institutions are within the boundaries proposed to There were as well as white individuals in the ru-

(', q( continually put before him as an ideal. Why then, do we men grow so careless new state. visitors there and ral communities of Florida. These
Many members of the house appear to be willing to submit the that several hundred wholesalers are injured but little by
that! such expedients as that of( setting the meeting time a half hour or so in
tion to a vole of the people but whether the advocates of live measure were sold.-(James- the Davis law and they are doing a
advance i. necessary ? We must confess that we can not find a suitable answeror than the
sufficient great deal more damage saloons -
master support remains to he seen'
excuse. for the that they do business -
i i! There is one consolation for us here in Kissimmee, however. And that We would like to see south and central Florida a state in itself. has just had a most III dry and reason wet sections alike.-

Hi consolation is band in the training that our children are getting in the public believe that it would prove one of the most progressive states in the fair and rattle rlorida. Farmer I and Homeseeker.
r R. Evans his of( There are several drawbacks to the proposition, one of which is mentioned The occasion -aThe -
: schools. Prof. M. and corps teachers are continually censuring a thousand/ visitors announcement made by
; the tardy pupils and honoring those who are on time. Each year hundreds of the (fact that the old state would fall heir to all of the present state proved all that had Judge Perkins positive in the form of an Inter-

i pupils strive to earn a place on the honor roll. They esteem it as a badge of and buildings while the new state would be forced to build anew, but It is understood that view with live Reporter-Star that he
this could be surmounted. head of fine stock would not run for is the firststatement
honor to be known as a pupil who i. always present and always on time. It governor
RIGHT HERE WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE fair was a venture of the kind to issue from
speaks well for this system that during the school term just ended 125 pupils be tried again and him, and it will set at rest the rumors
of the Kissimmee schools neither absent A CANDIDATE FOR THE CAPITAL OF SOUTH FLORIDA. results,-Honda the rac"e.
'! public were tardy nor during the entire that he intended to enter
na a term. There were others who won the honor for a month at a time, but these THE STATE IS DIVIDED WE WILL CAST OUR HAT IN THE RING. While this ,!.ecIRlon will be a disap-

{ 125 held a perfect record for the complete school year. That is a record of( +--Gazette has a pointment to many of for his him friends to makea it
which they and the school authorities deserve to feel proud. That is a record Railroads Advertise FloridaThe on loyalty to on"'I< was statement "o proper that those friends

j which no body of business men professional men or others in public life of which, and elTec cites might be free to look over and choose

equal numbers could claim. It i. a record which means that the coming men Florida East Coast and the Seaboard Air Line deserve the praise moral. betwevn announced No
Florida has public
f and women of our city will be better trained in the art of promptness and the citizens of Florida for their enterprise in placing the merits of the was asked to bid, estimation man, in during the grown past four years
punctuality than any of us have been. before the public. They have begun to see the advisability of exploiting and dollar Tampa more rapid! than Judge Perkins has.
thirty job
It points a moral to all of us who are so busy that we are ever and always state just as the railroads of the west did California It is right and just house a couldn't cam> Although he hud been prominent in

"''i i seeking new means of saving time. Here s one method of saving time which they should do so. for who profits more from a well-settled and price was three his own.. the county knowledge of Volusia of his ability for m and nyyellr'

t' 2 would mean millions of dollars each year. Just think of what it would mean in country than the railroads ? the layette esti, popularity wat. limited until he served -

dollars and cents if every man was paid in terms of his usual earning capacity I These words are called forth by a recent Issue of the ( Tampa refused claim t take in the I lotula senate and subae-

{.!! for the time he lost waiting upon someone who was not quite so punctual. Record, published at Baltimore, which contained two striking advertis ;: would he absolute! 1\ euentlas| circuit judge During. hisserxiee
Perhaps think this trivial be treated in such full each for the So the KiKsimmee l as judge of the one circuit he
k? you a matter to a serious a page two railroads mentioned.The was called! into an adjoining circuit'
manner but it is the trivial thing which ofttimes proves the most important advertisement of the Seaboard quotes (from the official record local$27 to Tampa ; so much that the people of !:
r when once we begin to look upon it with a critical eye. follows : Theitcttr; counties camp to know him and a>

n Let's try as business men, as professional men and public servants to Report of the commissioner of agriculture for the years 1913-14 merchant IK indelt- ei.ite his"! worth. The result is
1"'l'kll1 is regarded! !
Judge gubernatorial
i as
/,1 -
earn for ourselves a place in the "honor roll"as men who are always on time. a record of advancement rarely equalled and of interest to many. .' the which advancement itat all timber and there are those who _

; J e e fiures answer numerous live questions arising in the minds of prospective to the matter think that he would have little trouble
makers and investors. They tell the truth about the actual live conditions if everybody bought in winning{ if he became a candidate.

Honor Where Honor is Due this state of wonder with its variety of soil and agricultural wouldn't be a mer- public Hut Judge' men are Perkins appraised Iset and young there as is

': where the possibilities for further advancement and extension of the newspaper no reason why he should not be calledto
r a To some it is given to find their greatest pleasure in scolding. To others endeavor attract so many. buy; it in spends the every home governorship after he shall

., the speaking of praise is a hundred-fold more satisfying than a chronic habit Value of all farm products. 1909-10. 56712.734; 1913-14. $ a considerable the have ht'nch-Orlando rounded out two full terms on

1 of fault-finding. Increase., 27250000. Now observe some of the items which go to 'L"S merchants' every -<00 Reporter-Star.
Although we sometimes feel it our daty as a sort of public corrector of up this" advancement: no vast profits in''I When the editor of this paper arrives -

i evils to say a word of reprimand for those who, in our humble opinion, do not Fruit products, 1909-10 $5.905.727; 1913-14. $13,447,435. adveitismir s. Every job is fiir of I at the conclusion that the honor
act just they should still it is and dignity of the stars and stripes
f as even an unpleasant duty. We had lowest .
j $7,500,000. And by comparison its seen that this increase is steady possible mar have been outraged and insulted and
1, ".! .'u, i' loyalty a duty last week when we called attention to the lack of home town consistent as the values for 191t -12 were 10025163. These figures has a standard the safety and welfare of the nationis

'f' on the part of a business man who favored a Tampa printing firm in direct' proof of the citrus fruit advancement and. consequently the of ,merchandise placed in jeopardy to such an ex

1 h :.,,a competition with the Valley Gazette simply because the price of the foreign that here i is the citrus center of the United States. pays a piece it But of print-when home that we are moved to forsake "j.
and loved .
ones and march to the
concern ,was $3 lower on a $30 job than our*. We did not intend to interfereiu Live stock raising and dairy product show gratifying increases and to haggle about battle front, and if need be lay the I';'"

I his business nor tell 1 him how to ran his affairs. It was his privilege I to send typical of the various profitable pursuits which can be made sources of wealth the printer down poor sacrifice of our life upon the altar ) .

..s- his printing wherever he saw fit. We were simply using his case to prove a Live stock values 1909-10. $23.967.501191314.; $29.541,931. e margain in the of profit. of our country, then and not until."',

r r i r: point and that point was that all of us owe something to the town in which ciease. 5500000. Dairy products. 190910. $2.851.479.: 1913-14. $4,130925. business men process who then, will an he advocate join the of jingoes war. and In the become '

j we live. That each one of us, if we have the best interests of our community Increase, $1,250,000. For many years its large open ranges on the public meantime we suggest that the Hell-

t at heart must at times sacrifice a bit of( our own selfishness for the public good. profitable./ The breeding of better stock----cattle tick eradication-the and r adds A man to the builds roaring Teddy! and other strenuoussons '

\ J.., But it is not our intention to preach this lesson again. of the of ap. of turmoil whose nostrils are
." ing many varieties economically produced cattle foods on its place, butt hole I lock\.
0', We simply wanted to show that we would rather chronicle: a pleasant fact lands, with 350-day growing season, has given this industry an added more peopleto! continuously powder smoke dilating, be lashed for to a snort some of of

than an unpleasant one and in so doing place honor where honor is due by tion, which bids fair to become one of the foremost' in the state. The ; i taxable value* but, the floating targets when the navy

i reciting another incident, similar, yet entirely different in its climax. Before efforts of the experiment station at Gainesville liberal transportation rows not to pay the dividends... of goes out for target practice and let

x .I we did not mention the name of the business house because we did not wish ments for dairy products, and the awakening of the people to its values is themost sire im them get for their the fill It was a bad day'swork
nation when
to damage any man's business by criticism, but this time we shall mention the factors of interest in observing this item of advancement. Cheap lands i attracting attention' negio .regiment to manufacture it sacrificeda !a
j name since we have only good things to of the town,, in plO
.. say. bined with cheap cows for foundation stock make it possible to start in all tin hero let us not make the same
1i About the same time that the incident occurred of which wrote last in d'p.lrtnll'nb mistake\ twice' Arcadia Enterprise.
we cattle business in the south with an outlay of far less capital than in most agency stimulates I _
; 1 week the Osceola Hardware company asked the Valley Gazette for a price on sections of the country. .." public semi" The I lukiland!--elegram I: that
j job of printing. The company also sought a price from a Tampa printing The Florida East Coast advertisement cites the following facts: uncle'rtakinjrs' hula Allyn would be in his elementif

firm. As in the other case, the Tamp price was lower than ours. This time The biggest opportunity before the American farmer now is the rai Yet the news- he went to Germany; to lick the
rule. the ,
I is
i; 4 it was much lower than in the case. We offered to do the work for ot food produces. worked of prnue.t lass dinged! country Running a
over any ( is
i. 1r 3250. while the Tampa house price of $27.50--five dollars lower than The temporary decrease in the demand for cotton, brought about I expect to I be, country Clearwater! newspaper Sus.Representative. just like war.-
I" The hardware told of the bid but assured them he undertakes for .
ours. company us Tampa we the European war. is paralleled by the certainty of an increase in demand -
that we could not meet it and make margin of profit the work. But I I but he has a right Davis wants to di-
s any on foodstuffs in the immediate. future. others the. business vide I loiida into two states At that, I
( looking at the proposition from a "home town loyalty" basis the hardware The word' naturally looks to America to supply the deficiency of ( practices (Oilando, the" interests of the people might be

f 1'/ company \gave us the work to do. stuffs, and especially to those parts of America where diversified crops can I served! better by two states than by
You may ask-"why should they do so?" to best advantage.The a I> one: Florida in a most irregular state

\\i I. \ There are any number of reasons, but we will recite only a few of them. grown following table, based upon figures of the United States (I.OFHrS I great in. its from geography one extreme, and distances to the other.are

In the first place because they wished to keep the money at home. of agriculture strikingly emphasizes Florida's complete advantages of soil clothes wool, use of any the. I I. or Instance, to get from Key West

ir c i Because they know that we pay taxes on our property here to help keep climate (for raising a wide range of crops that yield the highest price per acre : { I.agar. to Pensacola one has to travel far-
ther l
hy rail
r the of and rub than to travel from New
it up expenses city county government. AVERAGE CROP VALUE PER ACRE. magnesia into York to Jacksonville.
\ Because they know that we are working day and night to help Kissimmee Value ; up and lay away tropolis -Florida Me-

'. ) and Osceola county. Then shake out and _
Crop Acreage Value
per brush It will look There 51,480
y Because they know that it pays to have a paper such as the Valley Gazette Cotton __________ 36.011.000 $887.350.000 $ many a dry clean- were about on the passenger camBhutiling of r

. 'I f going out to the world every weekxas representative of this section of Florida. Corn ____________ 105,820,000 1692092.000 this country at the last count.railroads

; ,:\ r, j Because they know that it pays to have people in 'other parts of the state Wheat __________ 50.184.000 610.122.000 ,

} &' 'r and nation say: "Why. Kissimmee must be a hustling town from the looks Hay ___-________ 48,954,000 797.077.000 Central Florida

:l fc of its newspaper" Oats ___-_____-__ 38399.000 439.596.000 Route

::. .. ; Because they know that we have invested our money here and cast our Barley ________,_ 7.499.00q 95.731.000 commissioners
t"t"a J''.?""A lot with them in making this the best town in central and southern Florida. Orchard fruits ____ 4,000.000 140,867.000 this thoroughfare from met yesterday in Chattanooga to decide

f', .. Because they know that the extra $5 they paid us will be paid to our men Irish potatoes 3668.000 227.903.000 in due' Chicago through Florida. Their
---- but
, "4f in the weekly payroll which will be spent with the 'merchants right here and Garden vegetables 2763.000 216,257.000 which season should just on the eve of the meeting

r '. : not with the merchants of Tampa where it will probably never return to the Rye __________,. 2.557.000 L 26.220.000 is the fact that prove C.pleasing to central and south
A. Belcher
of the
.1' channels of trade in Kissimmee. one two
; Flaxseed _________ 2.291.000 21.399.000 from Florida
'')! Because they know that if the same action as was taken by the other Tobacco ________ 1.216.000 122.481,000 who lives in Miami, favor- the

I. i." ,,. merchant was followed out as a rule with all of our citizens it would not be Peanuts _________ 870.000 18.272.000 Mr. Belcher's

long until none of us would be in business. Rice ____________ 827.000 22.090,000) ( : Reporter-Star position is on the matter the Orlando Reporter-

Because they know that if every man figured around until he found Buckwheat _______ 805,000 10.455.000 favoring a central printing Florida today an interview from S. .6IIr..

t. some one somewhere, who would cut the price a bit lower than the home Sweet potatoes ____ 625,000 42,884,000. the two commissioners route for the Dixie highway. Ml3

e merchant it would not be long until there would be nothing left here but Sugar beets ______ 577.000 34,420.000 meets in Chattanooga from Florida on the Dixie highway

t. ..:' residence: and once the stores were closed for lack of business it would not Citrus fruits ______ 275.000 23,000.000 router The Thursday to hear arguments in favor 1

".r"",! ,' t bf long.until even the residence would be uninhabitated.x' Small fruit ______ 272.000 29974.000 h. declared- in Reporter-Star favor regards it of great importance

,. : t .\ Of course,.you know aud we know that this principle will never be carried Sugar cane ______ 248.000 21.000.000 much than of a central Florida route to include. il

JNi >', .'..'17". ," thatfar; but these facts only go to show just what we are tending towards of more T we were inclined to expect. So far .M .;

? *,}: '. ". ,. 'i.when.:we. do not ,allow something for "home town b PJJty" in the dealing of Total _____ 307.861,000 5479180.000 $ S?"' than for Tallahassee the the other commissioner, has not es-, '.
t .* netJdq'lif... ? highway to run from the capital if Georgia ,
*s ", . 'our' Study this table carefully. You will note that all the high value 1 Florida This is but
; Yf \ We know that there are many who can not look at this thing in the acre are of crop that produce abundantly in Florida: Cora, cotton, : Mr. Belcher natural, and we are Mr, _
;it;'. l. : "manner la which we have to. but the merchant last of all ? in advocating a Central routee'througbr tf "'
J 1 attempted! should rice.: Irish potatoeT"garden; vegetable, tobacco peanut sugar cane, be ,little *
,;' ,.: ',' ., . place themselves I core the;world a* advocate of Mail Order", Buying.. potatoes, atru fruit, email fruit. I there can doubt that the highway will be lo. deter-'' l'
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: ., . I '.W.C.TU.: COLUMN' I" New collar for spring show plaited '

For:tie Children less effect soft in and organdie alltnpsy and than lawn n.ckyearof and are Joe. E.Johnston '

Cookery Good ... . ,
An interesting meeting of the the winter aeon.. .
i f Francis Williard union. was held at the A mart high collar of tacked organdie ,

Little John Jaeob ..AetorIs Chapter House Friday afternoon of has a plaited attachment across I : ,

1. a Sturdy Youngster.. points May '14. Mrs M. C. Clark had prepared form the back which fall outride of the fullneckpiece. CITY 1
: Sometimes a plaiting of
1J the program, consisting of excellent
readings followed by discus hemstitched: batiste grows all the way ENGINEER
I sion. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet iwill have across a sailor collar of the name ma-

charge of the .program for May 28. terial though- the sides remain plain ,.
with hemiutche/4: edge.Very t<
You are cordially invited to these /
; Save on Your Sugar. meetings of the Francis Williard What, Gifts to Accept. narrow plaitinp of batiste and

Now that the high price of sugar is union, which are held the second and Among the many questions- where organdie trim cuff and collar sets for Surveying qnd Drafting.

Y bemoaned It behooves us to rememberthat fourth Fridays of the month. Our ef- the usages of social life we call, eti- wear with new blouses of Georgette

there are other sweetealng agents, ficient correspondent, Mrs. J. A. quette are called upon to d flne lines crepe and pussy-willow silk. a b ''j

molasses and honey, which: can virtually Cochrane, was called to Tampa to be : ._,
either strictly or only with slight restrictions
take its place. When baking apples i with her daughter, Mrs. DeMandel. 'V
who had sustained a broken ankle. We the one concerning the acceptance .
s use a teaspoonful of strained honey i
to each apple Instead of sugar, and are glad to learn that Mrs. DeMandelis of expensive gifts from men ",
We Mrs. "
in fruit plea and sauces also use this getting along nicely. hope friend to girls and women friends is
Cochrane will soon return and give us .r
l' sweetening agent. When'makln.. gems another issue of the excellent and often discussed. R. S. FLOYD

{ VH and muffins a teaspoonful of honey la stimulating paper. The Live Wire It has come about In some way that

place of sugar will answer just as well. The South is Going Dry.-=- to accept things that are very costly Dealer In

Cakes and desserts are the great sugar Lay the jest about the julep In the shows lack of personal pride. A woman I

consumers of housekeeping. Some can camphor balls at lat who does is apt to find herself: .

be made without It and with results For the miracle has happened and placed under obligations. This Is something Groceries Hay, Grain xi\d-Fced '

which are just as satisfactory the olden days are past; no delicate' minded woman Is .
Blancmange.-Dissolve three That which makes Milwaukee famous 1
do. She
willing to doea not like the
tablespoonfuls of cornstarch In a little does not foam In Tennessee, Corner Broadway and Dakin Are. '
idea that baa been
man given cause
t. And the lid on old Missouri is as
-: swI cold milk and add It to one pint of tight locked as can be. to think himself entitled to more consideration ; rt

boiling milk. Boil until thoroughly Oh, the comic paper colonel and his on account of handsome gifts Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed :;

cooked then add one-half<< cupful of cronies well may sigh made to her. So she very properly returns f

f i honey and a few drops of vanilla stir For the mint is waving: gaily, for any such that may strike her V

ring thOl'Oughly.Vhen cold serve with the south is dry.
going sense of propriety as of too great value,
the stillside the hillside in Ken- .
cream. By on
as far as price is concerned, for her to
Ufiney, Rice Cup Moke n thick custaiU : tucky all is still. 1' '
refreshment use in any way. TIre Place Where YOU Always Save Money r's'
by boiling a cupful of washed rice For the only damp :
rimed mustsbe dipped up from the rill. But unfortunately there are many
In slightly united milk cooking until
: N'oth Ca'lina'a stately ruler gives his girls and maturer women who gayly
'6Xd the rice Is dry and tender' ; then stir in II
"wt.? e'EY4i. soda glass a shove declare they will "take anything" they
one well beaten egg' / a tablespoonful ol with the
And discusses local option can get from men friends and acquaintance .
honey and a few drops of vanilla; lastly South Ca'lina Gov.
'"*. The argument Is very ,I"t
two tablespoonfuls' of -cre m. Beat It is useless at the fountain to be I *
feminine: "He will spend that moneyon We are MOW makiag our owa Saasaf. tad Fraakfarten, Ltvi.j.tlwnd
until light and pour Into shallow cups winkful of the ey('. 't\\

and set away until cold. Before serving For the cocktail glass is dusty, for somebody. Why not on meT" lathe toe services of Mr. Dierolf, aa expert unsafe Maker.. W are ivtaf or ca.'t

turn out and hollow out a small the South is going dry.It way they put ItBut when payday !
tomert the benefit of the saviaf and retailiaf aQ 1 C
t and nota comes and such women find th.tIt ra -*
lain, by American PI-MI Association. piece on the top, fill with any kind oft is water, water everywhere,
canned fruit or Jelly -which.1 open, put drop to drink is presumed they feel obliged or are sausage ned frankfurters at, per poud_______________ Jl J C "

Among the children of the rich who 1 few minute and We no longer hear the music of under obligations to the giver they repudiate -
Iin the oven a aenewith
may be seen almost any pleasant day the mellow, crystal clink I and still, strange to say, they
cream. When the colonel and the major and 12 Darlington,
playing in Central park New York Old Time Molasses Cookies. One the gen'l keep the gifts no matter what they Phone 245 JOE POWERS Avenue ;

city none attracts more attention than cupful of melted' lard, one-half cupful Meet to have a little nip to give are.This

little John.Jacob' Astor. When be goeson of warm water two cupfuls of molasses their aopeties an edge is a very serious breach in the

one teaspoonful. each' t>f soda, For the eggnog now is nogless and laws of social usage. Etiquette strictly .." ".. "' ., .. '
his rambles he Is
accompanied bya ginger and cloves a little salt and dour the rye has gone awry. demands first that such gifts should ""n", :..:",.O":::n :..:::::: ,

corps of nurses to guide his footsteps enough to roll thin. And the punchbowl holds carnations, not be received at all. and if for-some '
snd guard him from harm. Baby for the South is going dry. .Y F -3I
Golden Orange Cake.-Mix\ one-half reason It appears better to accept thanto I ,
I Astor is now Just a mouth past two For the nightcaps now have tassels ,
cupful of butter or clarified drippings, "make a fuss about it" they shouldbe y
and half of and In the and are worn upon the head .
a years age photograph
one cupful of "New Orleans molasses Not the nightcaps that were taken returned as soon as possible, with .

la a sturdy and handsome one beaten egg' juice, pulp and grated when nobody went to bed; the most friendly assurance that a simpler American Workmen

youngster. Ills father Colonel John rind of n small orange one teaspoonful And the breeze above the bluegrass is expression of goodwill will be far

,A' scob Astor was lost on the III fated of soda (dissolved in a scant half cupful as solemn as is death more acceptable and still more appre w d

Tltantc. which went down on April 14. of cold water' ). two cupfuls of poetry For it bears no pungent clove tangon cia ted. .

.:::X912 Ills mother formerly Miss Madeleine flour and a little salt and bake In its odoriferous breath. A man is Justified in presenting a

Force, was rescued. M MI. Astor, a shallow pan lu a hot oven. hub\ the And each man can walk a chalkline hostess who has been delightfully hospitable use their brains well as their, hands

who devotes much of her time to the top with a little orange marmaludo. when the stars are in the sky with something very handsomefor and thus make greater headway. 'u S
of her child Is advocate of the For a fizz glass now is fizzless, for
care an the South is going dry. ber bones, never for her personal Make good use of your money-let

open air treatment of children and so Th. Cooking of Fish. Lay the jest about- the julep 'neath wearing. But the accepted and correct it earn a fair rate of Interest with ; '

Baby John has gxpwn lusty and healthy. It Is 'well to remember In preparing the chestnut tree at last. gifts from men who know to their wo- safety. 1 t

In the summer he spends his days at fish that bolting. Is the most Insipid For there's but one kind of moon- men friends are flowers, books, music1! ,,

Bar Harbor, Me. He will have a great and wasteful way of cooking flan. To shine and the olden days are or bonbons. These may be In fane; 4 Per Cent Interest Paid oa"t t
millions of' dollars when he Accounts
many be made at all palatable a rich sauce pant jeweled holder, but even that is nIn
For the rumbles throughthe 4.1
grows upt Is needed for all kinds of boiled bah waterwagon perfect ta.te.I .
Southland on its trip i

t Pussy, Com Walk. except salmon and bluefish which are And it helps no one to drop off to I
so oily In themselves that boiling does driver's whip. For the first time in the history of "
This game, which is sometimes called ,
I not.. hurt them. Never try to boll a For the mint makes a pasture, and Japan women took an active part In :
"Invisible cats, is cue of the numerous politics at the.recent elections held in
fish whole, as the head of a boiled flab'I. the corkscrew hangeth high-
.,. amusements in which a particularplayer about the most unsightly object that All. is still along the stillside for that country.In .
has to be guided by the acuteness a
, the South is going dry.
and accuracy of the sense of hear- can be offered a hungry family. If .Richmond Virginian., China marriages are arranged by I s
! you must boll, bear In mind that if the parent and the husband pays a ..'
Ing. One player I 18 blindfolded and I
I i' aeated In a"chair In the middle of the flab be put In cold water the juices are Zebra stockings have stripes. at the sum to the bride;which the girl usually ,v s( ''T
I" -e drawn into the water, and If cooked in top. spends on clothes. 1
't room. At a call'from him'of "Pussy, SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUSTREATMENT ';
water the fish breakson ;
rapidly boiling
", come: walk" each of the company .... ,I.\i. ,
the outside before the middle Is '
passes before him in turn. When tie xe
done. If the fifth breaks and looks unsightly :
walker reaches the chair be utters a DIRECTORS
the bones and flake It.
"Mew, mew," and the blindfolded remove ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON
piling it lightly 90 a platter and pour W. HILL A. W. GUSTUS '
player has to try to Identify the speaker
the sauce over It. If it conies out unbroken Makeii J. K. IIILLIARD
by bill voice. Should be succeed the /
folded napkin, with
other takes his place; should he fall, serve on a ...
the In a sauce boat. Allowabout IF. ,
the signal Is repeated, and another cat:
six minutes to a pound In boil yw.ti
comes forward. Players muy. It they the Farm .. a

choose, disguise the voice In saying ing.All varieties of fish need accompaniments : =:: tIJ.:::::: ,,,:::,", ,i,':,'',:,',: ".m""' ,'.".. ryyx
"mew, but It is difficult enough to -
of starchy foods, like bread and
recognize the natural voice, and to add }
potatoes, oDd white fish need also fat
to the difficulty retards the game and j Pay OOtOO.ttOotot OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O.OO..O..oo... #
or butter to make them desirable as
It is apt to grow tedious If played
food. Because of the tannin In tea'it A WISE MAN 11 .
alowl '. .
) .
Is better not to serve tea at the name First of all, the farmer must ,,!, ; carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE r

Transposition. meal with flsh.. The Juices of flsh- be a business man. to protect his property 1. ,

1. Transpose a legal claim and get aboy's shellfish particularly-are of so alkaline while he is living and ample LIFE t'

a nature that lemon Juice or vinegar Farming is manufacturing food and food products and the / INSURANCE to protect his faas- x (t

name. afford the neutralizing agency in fly in the event of his death. II. ; # 4''
2. Transpose a native northern Africa the form of a desirable condiment. farm and farm equipment constitute the plant. also Insures his earning capacityby ; ,

and get a part of a house. Fish bake through more evenly, Competition is keen and it requires business methods to make taking out an ACCIDENT aad s r
3. Transpose a flap or strip of any HEALTH POLICY. Be on the .
brown better and are more easily
thing and get a flying animal. money. I safe side.We .
conjunction and get served If placed upright in the pan instead write all lines of INSURrl
4. Transpose a
an open wooden vessel. of on one ,,"'e. Fish that are The parcels post has opened the way to wider markets. ANCE that insure and endure h ir

6. Transpose to put on as a garmentand short and broad, like shad, may be Rural telephones, trolleys and mail delivery have brought unlim- None hot RELIABLE old line companies ti

get to Incline the head as an affirmation propped in place with stale bread or ited opportunity for doing business. in this agency. Yr

pared potatoes. D. G. WAGNER j
of anything.Answers1'lienNell Moor-robm You need one thing more- X72 Second Floor dtlxrns Bank .. I; ,r
; 2, ;
S. Tab-bat; 4. But-tub; 0, don-nod. Miss Catherine Heywood, of Philadelphia Fla. ,l, gc

skillful,of is all claimed the feminine to be billiard the most experts The L./ C. Smith & Bros. 1/116.9'S 1I / t

I Bchtadinga. the world has ever known.In -- -- - ----' --- -

1. Behead domestic animals and get
New York mother cannot sue i ,)
a kind of grain used as food for both for the death or a injury of a minor Typewriter Ir t1W to W 0, r

man and beast. child, even though she was dependenton
2. Behead the title of a man holdinga him or her for support'The ft

very Important office and leave a citIzen Typewritten correspondence will give you a prestige and ILY PIcIINONDVA.IWL
I Commercial Union Insurance
,. of a town. enable you to get higher prices. i
.\ company of England, has a woman
fruit and leaveto Behead animated a tropical with life. In the position of inspector agent, re- Your son or daughter can learn to operate the L. C. Smith June 1-2-3 1915 /
ceiving the same pay as a man.
Answers.-1. g-oats; 2. President; 8, & Bros. typewriter in a short time and incidentally be getting a

o-llve. I >> business education. C011FEDERATE.VETERArfS I
GOLD SIIOE BUTTONS. Book of instruction free. .

Solid gold shoe buttons representthe

latest fad of luxury. They are Mail this
that brass. __.._............n..n'ooupoa...'........
.:.. tterned after :
uni- ucFl REUNION '
.Buttons of the army and navy Please. send me your free book about typewriters a I. .
'forms, and if one's sympathies are far- '.)

'. ther there are buttons with the I r] .Tickets on Sale May 29th"to June ZoJL ,, : ;
maple leaf of Canada. Name : ? r;s
inc limited Juno 10th..ttensiooai,4\ .
:. Eighteen buttons to the smart to \t. .

cloth-topped boot now, and the set of'' s P. O.. 'stop-over prrruegeav For :
,>I J' gold! button costs about $10. rate*,icbedufa, r fef

' j:I; I.'+114' These new boot button come in I V Stale- Taikms,etc,caO on.S f '. : i.t 1

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; 'FRIDAY MAY 21. .
: THE K15SIMHEK: : t VA'LiIT GAZETTE . \ "'.', '

'". PACE. .____ ___ c ", >:."
- -. . .- soy beans grown la. between.;;"It'will '-
',' rrI of mothering Just one
_, : ., , ,, 1 IIIhIU '.. ways capable soon form a pasture which. ought to LEGISLATORS '
pj.(4 ,,. .. ., . > more dolly-the queerer the botterThen. ? ] THE STATE ;'t
of the best AMONG
much a. ten tons
''with or yield as
,, buy her a baby a-green '
purple wig ami the very latest: : in quality of hay to th.t aero. Tbi?,would J : l

> -[ Society Notes .$ Frencr hairdroj'inif. Dolly. well, as be a permanent foundation for build By CLAUDE F. JOHNSON .

.E' hiT> must be Jilltwid lh. fads of ing up substantial farms la the county Special Bepreeentatlve of the Valley Gazette. J ;,

fashion. and other parts of tim slat and I .

: )fI""J'" : ,, Mattie 13.11. Bant.. EcUtOl') And if you want eomething out of enable us to produce all the beef and primarybill the bill providing for the establishment :
( seeThe Bryan
I :'$,: dress hangers get a heart haped one pork that was consuiu/ed within our Tallaha that tax collectors of a demonstration farm en the 'J"
,"j.. :. with ribbon in has been amended so law. The :
., I, of wire or wood cover borders everglades will become a
:' .,', .. [ 11 aade to aU patroas 01 tLe Valley Gazette I? Had Itellls the orthodox way and festoon with Another forago; plant ban. been are now allowed to take registrations location selected ia near Miami and ,;J.''.

'tr 1r: : Request heartshaped sachet bags, fragrant strongly recommended to me. and I at any time from persons and it is planned to have some of the state ,'.,,"
tL..e c.hi. .. their taxes, :
Editor (lot publication when they are paying de ,.j.
tie It's a work of ,
i ; .: I oriockty neDIl to with your favorite perfume. propose to try It this summer and officers are limited to convicts employed on this '
the registration
.i > bit late for valentines, of course but that is Dromus Inermls. It Is a Russian -
,' ( : _. _. _ _ _ times when such In 'from three to six days to each precinct velopment. I".
rF there always which has been -
_ .-. . . . _. are grass grown The
_____._._. ._ It I e I e I according to population. house this week
_w . - - - trifles will delight the heart of your the northwest for the past fifteen and A bill passed the
". ENTERTAINS. the hostesses! : Mrs. Zeb Parker, Mrs. very best girl chum ,. but this Is the first season that bill has already pasaei the house, permitting any county to establish -,;
from "
./ MRS PILLEY Mrs. Williford years has received favorable report for delinquent
Leitner a schools
500 Mrs. Holcomb Have you tried the new "sprinkling"powder I the seed'' has been produced in sufficient detention homes and
: 'l'I' Mrs. Pilley I id entertaining the Mrs. J. G. King, Mrs. Odlin, Mrs. For- which the woman who has and of a guaranteed the senate committee. RepresentativeMartin children. The measure leaves

I .' & club at her home thin afternoon. The resler, Mrs.! Morton Mrs.. J. J. King, of money to spend on toilet' quantity available. of HiHsborough county, put the question optional with the boardsof
of plenty to make It generally week that
members and quite a number purity through a bill Friday of last petition
Y club and Mrs. Holly luxuries is buying just now? It costs excessive rail county commissioners on
guests were present II- IISILVEIt a dollar a l>qx-a good sized box too This gram stands both will allow members of the boards of from the citizens of the county in
I, * TEA. all the body and Long periods of drought and U so county commissioners and county institution is desired.
-and is over such
., WOODBECK KNTKRTAIN. Mrs I ewis O'Uryan and Mrs. Tom after sprinkled the bath inparting a deli- vigorous In Its growth that It shor'd! school boards to be nominated in the which an

; Mr. and Mrs J. D Woodljcck enter !Mosely entertained the Ladies' Aid just cate fragrance. be able to defy the worst efforts of I precincts that they are to represent ; The t.hirty-eihtinsurance bills

taincd a Jolly party at card laKt Friday not-lely of the Presbyterianhurch at Who was it said that Germany and the crab grass. It will cut five tons of instead of by the whole county as has I have been taken up several times this

evening. the home of Mrs O'Hryan, Wednesday the two greatest stocking hay to the acre which Is fully equalto been the custom in many county for week and for various reasons have
,,. ,' Those present were Mice Dixon, afternoon. The house. was beautifullydecorated manufacturing countries in the the best timothy and give several some time. A feature of the Martin gone over from day to day in the

Miss Tracy Miss! Atwood, Mr. and with white oleanders] roses world, were no longer able to send months of pasturage besides In this bill that was killed by amendmentswould senate. It now appears that practi-

Mrs. Cadel. Mr. Atwood, 1 Ir Simpson) and ferna. The ladies, were entertain- forth covering for American feet? If climate In Montana it has flour'sbed have compelled a foreign-born cally all of these measures, about

Mr. Gardner, Mr. and Mr. I-. 11Jngram. tamed with a "floral contest" A silver this be true then surely in some other In spite of a. temperature of forty citizen to produce when demanded by which so much has been said of their

P- offering amounting to $5.75 was land an ingenious designer of hose below zero in winter and 110 aboveIn an election officer, their naturalization necessity, and on which so much time
: ". II- ". contributed to the' society Among It has through!: or a certified copy thereof. committee consid-
.. ; must have been working overtime, for summer. grown: papers I has been spent in
sEw1NCLLJJMEE'I'S.The those present were : Mrs J. W. Miller the variety that confronts!! one in the three months of drought In hot weather -- bill erations, will die on the calendar. The

Sewing club met IBKI week with Mrs herulerfer, Mrs Bullock shops is bewildering. Plaids of every and been ooverol wIth Ire for The house Wednesday passed of a state nearer the end of the session the

fr- < Misses! Ktta and Lucy Witherspoon Mrs. Long, Mrs Wilcox, Mrs. Carson, Scottish clan and a few for good measure -' three months In the winter. It calling for the appointment of a plant wider the opening to the calendar
r who are always gracious entertainers. Mrs Armour, Mrs Lesley, Mrs. Wither the summer printer and the purchasing a becomes.. Many meritorIOUS -
I colors] enough to make even a Is best to sow It In all graveyard
) Alma Griffin ; Makmson Miss Bicker- to do the printing for departmentof
4 Those present were poon, rainbow hide its face in shame dots months so that it can have the advan- The bill has to go bills will fail to pass because
Tiller Mrs. the state.
Mrs Walter
Grace Nelson Virginia dike, Mrs Dunn, and striped, flowers and flying figures tage of the rains In June, July, and and will likely be lack of time during the next two
the senate
Louise Mrs. Kenton
Lola] I.awler, lioire Mrs. Campbell, through bills
y. "- Ix>ttie I.awler of and Floral Bluff weeks. Wrangles over minor
sort background
OB any : very K. S. Howland, rules
Corinne (ill- and Miss La- August amended to make more stringent
Clark, Marie Huddlexton, MIHH Kenton, Miss Bay black silk stockings with an has consumed most of the time up to
heavy Union. the
flobbitt.Y llcHHie 1 Mosely presidedat Fla., In Times governing the management of
Mihs ;
( bert and Myrtle- .. .. throp. assisted oval insert of lace decorated to suit, now.. Nothing but local bills
Y the punch bowl, by Miss the effect of framed plant. smooth sailing and often there is a
;ENTEHTAINEI. which gives a
4f ,j' :
MISS Celeste Mowely and Miss Mamie ANY PERSON CON
Mice Dorothy picture. Will it happen nex.t that After successfully passing{ the senate fight made on these measures, supposed -
The Ocala Star says who served candy and delicious ACCOUNT
OPEN AN all circumstances to jfo
hostess last evening: to when the spring maid walks along several days ago the vital HtatiRtics under

: Lancaster delightfully was informal( 500; party, honoring cake and punch. the avenue she displays upon her ankles (Continued from Page One.) bill met death at the hands through wIthout opposition

a MIHS Mattie Belie Harris oft OOOOO (skirts are conveniently. short of the members of the house Wednes- bill was todayreconsideted
The salary
Kissimmee, the guest of Mrs. Mer .> 9 'just now) a portrait of her best beloved that postofTice officials are forbidden day, as did a bill to allow the state judicial and passed' in the house

two tables of players > YOU SHOIH.D LOOK TO ? the board of health to draw $10,000 a
ahon. were to disclose to any person, except and disburse giving{ salaries as follows: Supreme
and after the games the hostess YOUR REFRIGERATOR < of deposits mojilh for current expenses (00() circuit judges,
the amount any ; court judges, $ > ;
cak-e. 9'OOOOOOOO 14 I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I depositor as the exigencies arose The
L served punch and o that withdrawals may he made with- board will be investigated $4,4)4): <>( ; judfres of criminal court ofretord
IIII state
notice and that the government : counties of over 20,000
out previous ; in
the entire
WOODMAN CIRCLE ENTERTAINS. (By CAROLINE ('OK.) Weekly Notes of guarantees to repay all deposits as to its operations during Messrs. Bus- goes hack to the senate/ for concur-

:' I ; The regular monthly entertainment Mrs Housewife, in just what condition on demand with accrued interest existence of Palm of J.he Beach board.and Lewis, of $lIWO, ; under :JO.OOO!() () $1.500(). The bill

-- ( of the Woodman Circle was given do you find the rcfrigreator you Church Work and Jackson sey, having introduced a resolution ren< e in the amendment, then to the
Hall A ,
: Tuesday night at Fraternity are using this season 1 The leaflet will soon be printed intwentylwo for committee of the (governor for his,, signature Raisesare

I- 1.. ..... large number of members and friends Three things must be found in a : foreign languages for distributIOn house calling and :senate a to make an invesligalion. made in several instances under
attended and an excellent program theRe Christian ProgressI local postoffices.
:' J; perfect refrigerating plant through Officials of the slate board the bill.
1 was rendered. Refreshments were must reach farther than the ice chest, The foreign-born citizen has taken

( aerved in the banquet hall after the the plant must be sanitary-efficient + I I M I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I--Il 4; very kindly to postal savings, and lit- of health.had learning been passed a concurrent in the house reso- Tho fight is still being made to put
I ; T.. program of the evening. and economical. erature in his own language will be to the the county officials] .n a salary basis.

t 4 The program was as follows: Piano First, one must see that the box is t by Local Ministers' J of great assistance to him. In a recent hastened to address a ietter immediately Several bills have been introduced
that concur -
\ aolo Mrs. George Saunders; reading, properly placed, preferably in. a light, Association. article Postmaster General Bur- senate asking they for both on the fee system and on the

.' ',1" Miss Rexford; piano solo, Miss RubyPrevat.t airy place, and that the drain pipe is IIIIIIIIlIIIIISIIIIISIIIiPRESBYTERIAN .eson commented on the foreign-born as they into were department ready any of salary question County officials from

; reading Murray Overstreet; properly connected. Many builders do depositor as follows: investigation any all over the slate are here.

piano solo, Miss Ruby Prevail; read- not give this any consideration, and CHURCH. 'Upwards of 500,000 depositors now the organization.
J. Miss Bessie !Mosely is visiting with
f ing. Miss Mabel Overstreel.Irving talk., II.Gre&ory. many housewives do not seem to care The pastor will preach at this have accounts in the postal savings Senator Ion L. Farris, although not friends in Orlando.
J. Woodall; reading, Mrs leads to into what it and they every nationality to
; where the pipe church Sunday morning on "Frater system represent an announced candidate, is known
i I of drains, only that it "goes" somewhereand nity." At night Rev. S. W. Lawler on the earth. They also rep- be preparing to enter the governor'srace -4.--

'. A beautiful doll dressed by one V.Wiggins thus does away with the "pan pastor of the Methodist church will resent almost every known occupa- which has now narrowed down 9 '0'
I 1' 15 5 the members, was drawn for under the ice box." Far better a pan preach at this church. tion-professional men, theatrical people to Comptroller W. V Knott, and Senator 0' HOUSEHOLD HINTS. 4

t ; was the l lucky winner. that runs over periodically than a eAT mechanics laborers fishermen, Hudson, of Miami. With Mr. 9 'O'-

\1, CLARKS ENTERTAIN. drain pipe connected with a foul drain THE BAPTIST CHURCH. pack peddlers, etc. But the majorityare Farris in the race the situation be- ++++++++ ++++OClO-OOO+OOOOO.,.

or sewer that will flood the box with The B. Y. P. U. will meet at the wage-earners and of this class comes interesting. He is a young man,
I- 'i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark entertained sewer gas and poisons its contents.If Baptist church Friday night at 7:30: the foreign-born largely predominate very active and a pleasing speaker; Before it is ready for the oyenZ )

t iK a jolly party of dancers at the Golf the box is wood give it an "air to perfect its organization. It ill very A census of depositors taken by the his reputation as a member of the bread should rise to twice its original

club Wednesday mghl. The programs bath" inside and out. Open all doors desirable; that a large number be postofTice department shows that approximately house gives him a standing that will size. Therefore do not put in more

for the affair were unique. each person and dry every part befpre cleaning, 40 per cent ((200,000)) of make him a factor from the very be- than enough to half fill the pans or _

,: being given a prettily arranged dancing -;. then give it a Ihorough scrubbing with, present. a II- the depositors are foreign-born citizens ginning.The the loaves may be an ugly shape and

N program daintily tied with ribbon hot water, soap and borax. Remove LAYMAN MEETING. and they own more than 50 per the rising dough may overflow into-

,'. and embellished with dainty pictures. shelves and allow box to cool and dry Our last Sunday's meeting was led cent of the deposils-splendid evidence bill creating a new Twelfth] the oven.
The various couples were designated confidence of our newly Duval which .11- *
i-; before using.If and excel- of the judicial circuit in county j.
I letters and the were by Brother Duzenberry an in the ability and passed For pains III the stomach a flannel
r I ,-', by programs the shelves are wood care must lent richly enjoyed. Next acquired citizens was vetoed by the governor,
). made up in advance so that every man be exercised for in lh_ damp water- service afternoon was at 3 o'clock at the good faith of their adopted countryto both houses over the governor's veto, cloth dipped in hot water into whicha
danced with every lady. Sunday of the kind in several teaspoonful of turpentine has been
I' present soaked shelves lurk bacteria. These Methodist church the services will be fulfill its obligations. being the first case
Dainty refreshments and punch invisible foes are difficult to destroyand ccmducted by Brother T. F. Redwood "There is another reason which led years.. The bill to create a Thirteenth added, placed over the stomach will

'J were served. it is only by constant vigilance immigrants, unfamiliar with our language judicial circuit out of Pasco give almost instant relief
and a full attendance is desired. On C II-
Those who enjoyed the evening and business methods, to turn has passed the
ii .- Mrs. C. L. you combat them. Sunday night, May 30, at 7:30: the and Pmellas counties Be sure that you do not suddenly-
Mrs. S. Ii. Bullock their been endorsedstrongly
were: Wooden shelves absorb odors, and to the government to safeguard senate and having
will conduct the services at the
"I Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Ingram they become impregnated with laymen humble savings and that reason is the by the bench of the old Sixth check perspiration by lifting patient -
once the Methodist church during Rev.Lawler's from bed for momentwilhout
Mrs.Ansted the even a
W. A. Gregory, J. K. these it is almost impossible to get absence. The musical disastrous experiences many of them district, which will hereafter be composed first in

"" Mrs. Edgar Katz, Mrs. J. D. rid of them. If one must use wooden will be rendered by the Methodist pro-- have had by the failures of bogus 'pri only of HillsborouKh county, shawl blanket.wrapping a warm

,i: Woodbeck, Miss Atwood, Howard shelves give them an air and heat gram choir and a suitable leader will vate banks' officered by swindlers of will likely pass the house and be sign- or * *
1 ." KaU, Miss Madeline! Mr. and week. Remove their own race who have preyed mer- ed the
; MeCaughen. bath at least every 'I be appointed and more definite information by governor. Denver Colo.-Buffalo Bill has re.linquisheil
Mrs. E. E. Naugie, Cal shelves and set at once in boiling cilessly upon their loneliness and
; ancLI given in next week's paper. which his title of colonel and
ii' Ted Glenn Dudley Glenn and Mr. The famous Beach club case:
I 'f keep 'at boiling point thirty credulity.
: : i This will be a meeting open to every from time to henceforth will be known as General
, a... .. l>, Clark. in hot for an hour Postal savings receipts have broken has been in the limelight
minutes set oven (
S S one who desires to attend, and a cora During the time for the past four years, is settled William F. Cody. He has been ap.
and then rub with a solution of all records the past year.
over dial invitation is extended to of the-
100"'CLUB ENTERTAINED. every This pointed judge advocate-general
Lf . and in months prior to April 1 there for the present at least.
dry put eight
L .,-' H. formaldehyde, wipe person in Kissimmee.. askingfor military forces of Wyoming by Gov-
L. the
.*Ps '- 'Kr,. J.ft Woodbeck and sun for several hours. won't but and was a net gain in deposits of $19,000- case resulted in governor
Friends come Kendrick.
hostesses to the 600 club you the removal of the sheriff Geo.B. ernor
of $8,000,000for
i Ingram were i Metal shelves with heavy coatingsof 000, as against a gain
this service
help to make a profitable
at the home of Mrs. Woodbeck last enamel are safe and easily taken othersto the Sime months the year before. Baker of Palm Beach county,
The house was alsq endeavor to get as many been of duty. After send-
b Friday afternoon. of.Keepintt. Thousands of new accounts have charging neglect
L.t1 frf prettily decorated in cut flowers and care all corners and sides, as attend caUsfor as! possible.the laymen There are to hold numerous opened and the millions made up ing a detective to Palm Beach to investigate

plants. A delicious salad course and of hidden savings, have been a warrant was issued for
: potted well as dishes used, perfectly dry services in places outside of Kissimmee. largely sheriff
luncheon was served together with ice clean the temperature of the turned back into the channels of trade the owners at which time the
; and it is the earnest desire of the
time to
: i cream and cake while punch was box at a low degree and the air dry, laymen to enlist al many in the workas just, at a time when there was pressing was called on forthe first knowl-

served throughout the afternoon. Club The will lessen the danger from bacteria.See possible so that there will be no I demand for every dollar..OOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOO. make arrests detective's not having any untila NOTICE
follows the
awarded : of presence
prises were as that food at once in the edge
: is
) put lack of workers when a call is made
in his hands to
prize, Mrs. J. S. Cadel; guest prize refrigerator. If this is left out to be for their help. We trust that all the I warrant was placed' the club.
Mrs. to
\ Mrs. S. G. Ragsdale; booby prize, nibbled by the fly that has come from Christians will pray earnestly that 9 9 serve. Going immediately

i Edgar Katz. Miss Bay some fever-infested spot covered with this organization shay grow and do + GIRL PROBLEMS. 9 0 accompanied Baker was unable by the to detective.find any evidence Sheriff w. II. Jones has purchased the
E- i Those present were: of these must necessarily 9
some the blessed Lord and
germs much for
.. Katz Mrs. Allen of gambling, but arrested the owners, Thomas 7-passer.ger car from Mr.
; ,' Mr. Bolce, Mr*. E. adhere lo the damp surface of the Master. W6 all should enjoy a closer 0000000000000000000000000.

l Mrs. Naugle Mrs. Bullock Mrs.Mildred Ant meat The cold in the box is pow ; walk with God. and helpful fellowshipwith It is seldom that girls realize the Bradley. Brothers.immediately A grand afterward jury Nelson and expects to have it put in.
Miss very
:; ,. ., sted, Mrs.J.Overstreet D. Clark, Miss Mary erless to stop the growth of germs. it everybody. Thanking you all in their own physical limitation until it investigation failed to find indictments for the own- gooo condition for livery work in a

Lee Dixon, Mrs.Mrs. Alderman, Mrs. Fred can only retard it, and for sooner or later advance for your co-operation, is too late, until they have overdone ers of the club. The senate was asked few days. Arthur M. Jones will have
the food becomes unfit use.
: Yours respectfully.W. long that a breakdown occurs. Thenit wrecks to make the removal, of the and solicit
-. --Bass, Mrs. W. W. Carson Miss Mary Foods cooked or uncooked should not JONES so three ago charge car we your
H. I.
; Carson, Miss Atwood Mrs. Ragsdale "stand around" the kitchen, but should comes to them that they have been but after going over all the evidence, patronage and thank you in advance.
time. In a certain -
Mrs. Cadel, Miss Turville, Miss Richards be put at once in the cooling room of training for a long the overdoin adopted a resolution exonerating Our motto will be first-class service.
: class of society girls refusing to concur in the gov-
Mrs. Bandy MI. :Sue Watson, I the refrigerator. Baker,
.. Klsuiimm.e Mrs. Morgan Mrs. Ely, the line of ayeties. They dance ernor's request to remove.
I of ; Party decayed food should never be o CLAIMS KUDZU INVALUVALUABLE + the morning

4 Mrs. G. Clark Miss Goodrich and Mrs. placed in the refrigerator. You do FOItPERMANENT until 3 or 4 p clock rush in from lunch- Sheriff Will Spencer, of Hillsbor-
after night
-': .r. Carlson all If. St. Cloud; Miss Hill, not succeed in "keeping" it, and you + PASTUREIt + night eons to teas, and from! teas to dinners ough who is also under charges by W. H. Jones Son
34 of with the
All the
\ . compartment .t and when the breakdown comes the governor and whose removal has ..
- H bacteria ladened air that sallies upon .A . 6A 444. 660eee .
if they had asked of the senate, was given
'p .! MRS. PARKER HONORED. - - - - - - - - it is quite as serious as been ;
in the box.SUGGESTIONS .
the food
( It Is recognized by collapsed from overwork. a hearing Wednesday evening beforea
Klsslmmee friends of Mrs. Zeb now everywhere
\-. \ Parker formerly Miss Vivian Lee, will OOOOOOO.OO'O'09990. - - - - - . - - -- -. -.- all intelligent farmers' that legumes Theen there i is the girl who really select committee of the senate. mr_
until tier overtaxed clean bill of health issued by
) ,," be interested in the following item are vitally necessary to all permanent does overwork With the
THAT + demands rest and enforces its the grand jury of Hillsborough last
from the Arcadia Enterprise: 9 agriculture and for this reason the body
:t / ARE WORTH TRYING 9 demands. This girl, in business in a week in the investigation of Spencer's _oooooooooooooooooooo
; One of the best appointed social affairs use of cowpeas and soy beans Is so
she is not a it is not believed that he will
9 + world of men, forget office f
of the week was the dinner party rapidly extending In this state. ThereIs
f' and does removed. There fourteen known
00000000000000000000000000Women in physical strength are
given by Misses Hazel) and Zowella another legume the kuzdu plant man
',. .,1 King", on Saturday evening at their who make their own lingerie which should receive more .&ttentlonthan not only as much but often more than applicants for Spenoer's job in case C.W,0Rj199NStaple
removed. The decision is
of same he is expected -
home in honor of Mrs. Zeb Parker one and have wearied for the moment it does as It Is the only one of any masculine employee "
)11 i of Arcadia' spring brides. At the of nainsook hand embroidery, them all which is capable of making firm. Very often, too, the school girl Friday in executive session of

:: ;, hour appointed the guests were led crepe de chine and silk even of lice, a permanent pasture in spite 'of the overtaxes her growing recreation body too In the senate. and FancyGROCERIES

I'C( "i; into the spacious dining hall, which may turn their attention to net. Cor- opposition of that well known pest much play during than in The Plant City and Orlando public-

':fj'" was appropriatelydecorated in palms, set-covers made of very fine net are of our soil, the crab crass. So far the her case however overwork, more disastrous.any ity bills have been signed by the gov-
{ and carnation pinks. The charming, but they must be very full other period, is'
; L evergreen crab grass has been able to defeat all ernor and these two cities may nowassess I
I'. beautifully laid in cluny and guiltless of any trimming save The Growing Stage.
;t table wes efforts to Introduce alfalfa into Florida one mill or as much thereof as
I "' ,.r lace dollies, the centerpiece being a ribbon. The shoulder straps are of but the kutdu defies it to do 1U The girl between thirteen and seventeen desired for advertising their advan-
basket well filled with long stem carnations ribbon and, of course ribbon is used of is in
worst and cheerfully proceed. to or eighteen years age tages. Kissimmee was one of the first
the handle being tied with a for draw strings at both neck and all her & Free Delivery all Parts
:; ,'<, after year in spite of the the growing stage, towns in the state to take advantageof
., large bow of pink tulle;; the honoree'splace waist. Petticoat and to have match several flare ruffles tike-'efforts grow yr of the enemy to all other le- strength is needed to keep up with this new law a bill having been X of the City

was designated by a gold chair the new skirts the growing length of her body. She passed for that purpose in 1913.
with a large' pink tulle bow on the which are edged with ribbon.A gumes is apt however, to squander her little
% t,.4. ". back. She was handsomely dressed in novelty is a Japanese salt or pep- This Is the fourth season that the store of strength on non-essentials Senator Hudson feels confident that l -4.--

a pink costume. The place cards were per shaker in the shape of a bird or a writer has been experimenting: wltb i !instead of saving it to keep physically -
'H tied with pink ribbon in the stem of a fish or some other animal. To a dainty kusdu and learning something about I well._ AT7

,. beautiful carnation, which the guests young girl whose frocks suggest a its culture. The horses, cows and The girl in school should keep regular -I !"'f'

; ;' afterwards wore. The dinner itself shepherdess or a bit of Dresden hogs are very fond o/ It, It makes excellent hours, have plenty of sleep-at

was delightful and displayed a forethought i china send a pair of shoe buckles of hay which contains 50 percent least nine if possible, ten hours every

i* and pleasing' arrangement by Ivory, decorated- with flowers. These more protein than alfalfa hay night--should take plenty of simple

& the young hostesses. The following cost a dollar a pair.A and is much easier cured. It is not so nourishing food and above all, plenty i CUTMEOUT

t- -r menu was artistically served andgreatly suitable gift for a friend/ with the easy to get the plants started and It of outdoor exercise.. The girl's mother

wr enjoyed by those present: wanderlust a bottle of smelling salts takes three years to bring them to should see to it that her daughter
: First 'course-Grapefruit and pineapple in a leather case or one of those flat maturity but it pays tor'the> trouble follows these line of living if shewants
9* .- ,, cocktail, served in cocktail leather cases that hold a convenient and expense and there is no doubt her to grow up a healthy, This Coupon 5 cent will entitle any ladyto

; Classes.-each one being ,tied with pink pencil rubber and paper. eutter, or a that }Its value will in due time be recognised. strong woman. But If, by any chance, admittance to
miniature our
r- ,(, tufl*.' Second-Dinner proper. SmothVered"chicken desk piece in the shape of The young plants need a the school' girl reader has no mother,

(ii ,. ', jiblet' gravy, Salome bookcases full of tlny-volumea.... carefully prepared bed with a. rpuson- or if, perhaps, her mother seem too Thursday or Saturday Matinee (

s -a",fjeUT.> au'irratin$ potatoes baked com volumes, by the.way, are really boxes: : able amount of fertilizer and car busy.or preoccupied with other thingsto .

,4 .. 'T.English peas, horn pastry cupsbake4 and can be -filled according to theii must be taken to keep the mnnori tend to her welfare, then the girl \

; ",. ,,'; .i bananas and r hot; biscuits; ThirdiVegetable .... titles with stamps,1; tags, clippings, cut back so that the via doe not should adopt these rules for herself. DIXIETHEATRE '

,( ,'t ", ,f' \ .'.1ad."Fourtb-Pink"" tee pen., rubber bands and the other trifles wast its strength In prodfelng suckers ,

fr h) "-.; ". and white ;cake. Fifth-* that are always being'needed by which sap Its vitality U set out Women'are fattrowdhig Ihe men > : : ; 1

-- i "twt 1 S _; ;After.dinner coffeej'tnlnta and candy. the man or,woman, ,.who writes.. good.1opu In a field tea feet apart and kept cultUvated In the professional occupation. H'in the) -
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'i;' TH1KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTEs building, next,to the Dollar; 'Unit' school there! Sh' 'was' 'awarded ,a

; r ('I'.I. lII ae Ifo.: lL)' I store, on Saturday afternoon'May 22. i scholarship to John B. Stetson univer

'"'PabUa11ec1.Evu7'l'rldaiBT beginning,at, 8.o'clock. : ? ; I city and expects"to- "enter" that college.' "
Come early only 400 seats.. Dixie next fal4 ; ,
W. B. HARM A. K. a. "411I. AONBW c ''C.'I.' Day'of Jacksonville general J westTh'i'i1gii1Waists.; ? -
,:AIr. ncJ Mrs."J.',D. Woodbeck..spent _
r Sunday in'St.Cloud. manager of the Southern.Utilities Co.,

. ...O.' .. ... . .O Mrs.: May Barrette of Plant ,City, paid a visit to Kissimmee lalt.week . .
on business with the legal departmentof .
spent Tuesday here.
\ Kissimmee last week., "
: Weather Meet me at the Dixie tonight. .. "" :
Report ] Ml sr M, C" Potter'' and little daughter ,
C. F. Dart of New Smyrna spent left Wednesday for Roswell. XL, M

Tuesday in Kissimmee.Oh where she wiU Join her parents ,Mr. TAILOREDBLOUSES vj

d you Dixie on Broadway some and Mrs. E. J. Viall. It will be remembered .

Following are daily tempera show that Mr. Viall was formerlya .., .'
tures and precipitations as reported R. Van Devort of New Orleans, resident of Kisslmmes.

at Kissimmee by Government for the week station endIng spent Tuesday in the city. T. Murphy, of Peghorn, was in '

Thursday. May 20: L. U. Zimmerman was a business the city Monday attending to business A--- -1I
visitor to Orlando Tuesday.A. matter. Mr. Murphy has recently -

ef'', Friday .. __89 64 L. King, of Kissimmee Park, built a new home and is clearing

Saturday _. __ _93 63 spent Wednesday Ih the city.A five acres. which he will plant in citrus

Sunday __ ._ ._ __97 65 sure cure for the blues. Price 6c frusta.John Lee Mad with Convertible Calbn
M. one of the oldest and e
Monday __ ._ .. __97 68 and lOc. Dr. Dixie. most influential citizens of Osceola trot .a/ be w.r. .ia Military liii dt

Tuesday _:_94 70 George C. Bronson, of Shingle county, was in Orlando yesterday Style e.. Red Effect. it astra- "

Wednesday __. __ __92 72 Creek, spent Saturday here. from Kissimmee, combining; business ted .ia STRIPED MADRAS
I. L. Andrews, of Sanford, was a with ,: pleasure. Orlando Sentinel t,' I' ;
Thursday -85 71 visitor in the city Tuesday. (Sunday). daiaty blac.fray. ,,'

Mrs. S. J. Jacob, of' Haines City, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johnson and freea. .. ''fita

...OOOOOOOO O .O O.O. spent Wednesday here shopping. baby leave Saturday for. Daytona ONLY .
and baby will '
Beach. Mrs. Johnson I
00. '"00 .O O C. O Where are you going next Tuesday remain for a month's visit with Mr.
night? Dixie, of course.
and Mrs. George B. Johnson, whUe
A. F. Bass, of St. Cloud, was a visi-
Mr. Johnson will return Sunday.Mrs. '
i The Local Field I tor in the city Thursday.J. R. I. Seymore. of Glen. Fla.,

C. Hardwick, of Tampa was a is spending a few days with her 98cSAMC \

visitor to Kissimmee on Tuesday.E. friends, Mrs. C. H. Allen and Miss

oooooo ooocooooo o W. Thomas, of Jacksonville,was Allen. Mrs. Seymore likes Kissimmee a ,

'\ I Miss Mattie Bandy spent Sunday in a business visitor here on Tuesday.J. so well that she has determined to
Orlando. C. Hardwick, of Tampa was a make this city her future home. ThC MILITARY COllAR WAIST-... tffert I

Emil Mach spent last Sunday in visitor to Kissimmee on Tuesday. Mrs. M. A. Sawyer left Wednesday '.
Tampa.Ben C. S. Acree, of Pleasant Hill was night: for Hickory N. C., whereshe

Morgan, of Lakeland, spent last in the city Wednesday on business.L. will will spend attend a month the commencement visiting relatives.She at. Special Sale of Laundry Soap Monday---10 Ounce Cakes, 8 for 25c

Friday in Kissimmee.L. L. Schreifels and family of Shin-
Lenoir her G. G. L. Sawyer
college son, -
H. Tunn, of Orlando, was a visi- gle Creek, spent Saturday in the city. being a member of the graduating -
tor here last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Lockey, of Ne- class. .
braska visitors here Tuesday. THE DOLLAR LIMIT STORE:
J. T. Burckhalter left Monday for a were on One of the tennis courts being built .
business trip to Miami. Congressman W. J. Sears was a bus- at the golf club has been completely

11. C. Luff, of Windermere was a iness visitor to Orlando Wednesday.If finished with the exception of the filling The Home of 5, 10 and 25c Good G. W. Persona Company Prop.
visitor here last Saturday. j it is good the Dixie will get it. in of the clay and another is near-

H. C. Griffin, of Dade City, was a A big show for small price. Where ? ly completed. Three courts are being -
visitor in the city Sunday.T. Dixie. built and] will add much to the already ,

L. Waring, of Lakeland, spent Tax Assessor W. I. Barber made a well-equipped club grounds. ,I '
last Saturday in Kissimmee. visit to St. Cloud Thursday on busi- ls>u Seaman, who lives on the Mc- PaintThe ooooooooooooo.ooooooooo.o.oooooo............. r
ness.S. Cool place near Steer Beach, had Cheap
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris, of his fine in town this
some peaches
Sunday, an eight-pound daughter.Tell B. Waggoner!: of Tampa, was a week. Seaman has the reputation of J cheapest paint is the one that
business visitor in the city Wednes- farthest and best there is
your grocer to give you Reed'sbread. growing the finest peaches in Osceola goes most in of wears it. ; Big reduction in I
a gallon
22-2t day.C. county and his reputation has been :
What is of milk worth ?
E. Smith and daughter, of Boggy quart
Fred lived to this
Vanderpool, of Jacksonville, up year. .
I the milk.
Creek visitors in the city Sat- Depends on
was a visitor in the city last Friday.J. urday.T. Passersby one day this week were So of paint; depends on the paint.

S. Stratton and D. B. Braun, of surprised to see two quail quietly Devoe is worth the top price, what-
St. Cloud, spent Monday in the city. A. Hughey and W. J. Barber, I picking: at the grass: on the lawn ever it is. Poor paint is worth nothing HATS' '
of Creek in Kia-
Boggy spent
around the
House. This
Chapter was at all\ to
W. you've
H. Brokaw, with Griffing simmee. ; got pay your
Brothers, the tree people. 40tf an unusual sight, quail usually beingtoo painter $3 or $4 a gallon for puttingit
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bronson, of timid to venture within the limits on; and it isn't worth it.
Martin Goodman spent-several days Orange City, were visitors here Sat- of the city. Devoe goes twice as far and wears
this week on a business trip to Ta-
urday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Schiffman, of twice or three times our four times an On "
vares. Mrs. J. S, Bronson-' of Shingle Tampa, who have been visiting Mrs. Saturday and Monday we will I Ir
Lee McLean, of Narcoosee, was in Creek, was a visitor in the citp on Schiffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. cheap paint is Devoe at the top .1.I
the city Monday, en route home from Wednesday.A. D. Bailey, left Wednesday for a tripto of the market. offer our large stock of r

school. D. Story and H. A. Myers, of Chicago, Sioux City, Grand Forks, DEVOEW. .
E. N. Schaffer and D. L. Case, of Boggy Creek, were in the city on N. D., and possibly Seattle./ They expect B. Makinson &; Co., sell It.OOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOOOO'OOOO. '
Lebanon, Pa., were visitors in the city Wednesday.J. to return next fall.J. .

Monday. H. Reddick and H. W. Grady W. Prentis and family removed 0 0 Summer Headwear I IAt :t J

Attorney Carey D. Landis, of De- spent several days this week. on the this week to their country place at 0 NEW SUITS IN COURT. Oo .
... Land, was a visitor here on business east coast. Fish Lake, where they will spend the '
Wednesday. J. K. Milliard and Will Weatherbee, summer, returning to the city next ooooooo"'oo'oooooooooIn greatly Reduced Prices :: .
fall. Mr. Prentis will take the life
Miss Minnie Cone, of Lake City, is of Milliard's Island, were business vis- up .
spending several weeks the guest of itors here Monday. of a commuter, going back and forth Chancery.C. rr
from the "farm the W. Ward Lewis Shiver Henry I J'
Mr. and Mrs. George Cone. to city. vs. ,
Miss Catherine Smith and Miss T. Bass and Tosohatchee Ranch Come in and Make .i.iI '
The two-year-old son of Mr. and com- Early Your -
F. B. Anderson! and L. E. Voorhees, Adams, of Orlando, spent Sunday foreclosure.
Mrs. A. D. Gilbert pany, :
of Cincinnati, spent Sunday here, with friends here. narrowly escaped I j
stopping at the Graystone. serious injury Monday, when he pull- County Court. I "i
Selection I '
Miss Bessie Davis and Miss Ann R. Ike Bronson, of Southport, spent ed a cork from a bottle of acid and G. W. Tucker vs. Southern Colonization ; t ,"
Saturdav to business mat- '
attending ;
spilled the contents on himself. While : "' ,
Davis of Athens Ala. company; assumpsit damages,
were guestsat ters in Kissimmee.Mr. 'I
the little fellow
the Graystone this week. was severely burned $275. .:
and Mrs. Art Brotison and no serious consequences are expected. Armour & Co., vs. Henry T. Bass,
Mrl. G. M. Cochrane is in Tampa Wood Tyner, of Shingle Creek, spent G, C. Livingston returned last Saturday assumpsit damages, $500. =
this week been called there ;
having Monday in Kissimmee.Mrs. ;-
from a business visit to Chicago Bon Ton
by the illness of her daughter.Mrs. NOTICE OF TEACHERS' EXAMI
W. T. Champneys and children Kansas City and St. Louis. He I
L. J. Griffin, of New Smyrna, Willie May and Wallaoe, of Apopka, left Monday for Orlando, where he NATION. Rogero'l
, '4 is visiting her three sons, C. W., J. J., spent Wednesday here.S. met Mrs. Livingston and returned -
and J. C. Griffin, of Kissimmee. home with her." She had been visiting The regular uniform. Florida Teach '
r. L. Lupfer and H. Fleming .left er's examination will be held at the Woodbeck &} :
( ( James M. Johnston Osceola coun Wednesday spend a week at Green 'in Ocala and Orlando during his court Florida at 9 . ,., .
).i+ ty's efficient deputy clerk, was a business Springs near Tampa. absence. - S 4 .
o'clock! A.. M., on June 8, 1915. All ,
o visitor to Orlando Monday.Mr. .- Mrs. E. A. Owen daughter and The friends of Mrs. Geo. F. Parker applicants are required to bring their ', , .'it t *

and Mrs. P. A. Vans Agnew, of son, of Loughman were in the city who was operated on at her home own paper pen and ink, together with ,

Jacksonville, spent Sunday evening in shopping on Wednesday.Mrs. Wednesday morning by Dr. Geo. M. endorsement :of good moral character ..0ooo.o.o o.o oo.. .oo..oO. . t .. o . . o.., '
town, returning on the night train. Leonard Williams and daughter Dunne, assisted by Dr. Geiger, are end the fee of $1.00.C. .

When you. get Reed's bread and Wilhelmina, of Loughman, spent glad to know that she is doing nicely E. YOWELL, :
and while she will be confined for MANHATTAN
22-2t HOTEL ,
cakes you always get goods that are ; Wednesday here shopping. time her is
some complete recovery
well made. 22-3t ; Judge and Mrs. A. W. Sargent, of '
confidently expected.
E. D. Shreve tuner and music
Mrs. J. B. Reese spent last Friday Avon Park, pent Wednesday with piano KISSIMMEE FLA. ; '
and Saturday with her son, J. H. their daughter, Miss Marion Sargent.Mr. For the purpose of raising moneyto dealer of St. Cloud, spent yesterday in ;1 ,
get enough equipment to start this city attending to business mat-
Reese, editor of the Orlando Reporter- and Mrs. Fred Bass, Mr. and playing base ball there will be an ice ters. He offers his services to piano Coolest Dining Room ia Iowa; always fad first class ...... .' -

Star.Rev. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck..t. and Mrs. L. H. cream and cake festival held in the owners in Kissimmee through the Do not heat up year house. cooling Sunday diaaers, give die family '
S. W. Lawler returned Saturday Ingram motored to Orlando Tuesday.C. .
Pilley building next to the Bon Ton classified column in this issue of the '
rest. Meal Ticket
from White Springs, where he a Try our system. Open all the season and 8'terJ' .
O. McLaughlin, of Sanford, rep- Hat shop this Saturday afternoon and Gazette.THEATERS.
attended the Gainesville district con- resenting Armour Fertilizer works, evening. Call there for your dish of day from 6 A. M. nntil 8 P. M. Best service ia town for the .Uy. s '

ference. was a visitor in Kissimmee this week.C. ice cream and get cake to go with it. Drop ia and rive us al:trial i ,. .

Mrs. B. H. Pherigo and little daughter W. Johnson, of Whigham, Ga., Saturday afternoon and evening.

left Monday for Joplin, Mo., whefe is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. H. Gay Livingston is expected up tomorrow F. Lincoln Proprietor ': :, t1,::4'j1
they will spend the summer visiting Harrison, at her home on Main street from Kissimmee in his auto- i
relatives.Mrs. mobile, and will be accompanied back Dixie Theater. .
Mrs. Isa Smith, of Deer Park, pass- \
D. G. Wagner and daughter, ed through the city Wednesday' en by his wife and little son. Mrs. Liv- The above house is prospering nice- _-_'_._
Miss Ada went to Sanford Mondayto route to Aukurndale to visit her pa- ingston's mother, Mrs. Pearson, will ly under the new management, and u_ __
attend Mrs. Munson's music recital rents. remain in Ocala visiting friends for has several new things to announceto
Monday evening.W. Mr. and Mrs. E. left Thursday about a month. Mr. Livingston is just the public. The country store will Summer SchoolFor
W. Bell returned to his home in Sharp back from a business trip to Kansas be held every Tuesday night. Voteson
for Litchfield Ill. where will
they the benefit of those who
City.-Ocala Banner.Z. the automobile will be pupils
.. Cincinnati, 0., last week. Mr. Bell given away
will return for
spend summer. They any reason have work to make
and wife will return to Kissimmee October 1. Bass, a prominent attorney of every day. from Monday on. The prizeis in the summer Miss Albina Smith and up Attention
early next fall. Ashburn, Ga., was a visitor in the city open to every child in the city and will .
Mrs. C. E. Denig, of Narcoosee, and myself conduct a summer schoolin
the mother of the winner will receivea
W. Bell has returned to his during the present week. Mr. Bass
W. her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Frank De- the High School building, which is
is related to members of the Bass month's pass to the theater free. r r3I
home in Norwood, 0., to spend the
and will
either six
nig, of Tampa who is her guest, now open continue
The "Exploits of Elaine" have been
lie will return to Kissim family in Osceola county and was hereto
spent Monday in Kissimmee. or eight weeks-the length of term
mee early in September.J. visit them and with a view to locating switched from every Saturday to being governed by the needs of the ..
Capt. H. M. Peake, two daughtersand Thursday. Matinees are now
H. Sheffield of Loughman, has here. He was well impressedwith every pupils who may attend.
son moved into their new home being run only on Thursday and Sat- LadiesIr I
Kissimmee and Osceola .
purchased a new 36-Westcott. Mr. recently bought from J. C. Ledbetterin county urday. The following charges will be made: ( .f
Sheffield and D. E. Harper motoredup Cape Breeze, this week. and may decide to come here. The "Country Store" is a pleasing High school grade (less than three

in the car on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coats, newlyweds feature. When articles or subjects) $1.50 per week
C. Harman lIon his numerous Ir'I
Guy n
Evans way from St. Cloud, Fla., who have High school: grades (three or more
Mrs. R. M. little son Bob, Kissimmee from Fayette O. In merchandise and food are given away 'i 'I
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs S. B. subjects) $I.7Spe r week. DON'T
"' and Miss Laura Thomas left Tuesday Card to the Valley Gazette he states every Tuesday a big entertainment is Y;
for Oxford, Ga., where they will visit that his future address will be Kis- Mosher, 827 North Third avenue, have afforded and many valuable prizeswon. Grammar ana intermediate grades
returned to Tampa, where they will (leas than three subjects) $1.25 pet
the '
relatives for summer. simmee Fla. Nearly everyone gets a present.No '
this r'
week. Werry HOTweatIM aW
Grim J. M. remain week prior to going home. extra price is charged these ; ,
Dr. W. S. Hughes, sr., nights
Mrs. J. F. Shands and grandson, They were married in St. Cloud last Grammar and intermediate grades
The Dixie's for tonight I what the dessert wfll .b.
and J. M. of Beaver consists
Hughes, Jr., program,
Conrad Menge, who have beeen visiting (three four wk. i,
Tuesday. Mr. Coats is a leading business of Reliance reel or subjects) $1.50 per ..
"Only .
visitors in Kissim a
Falls, Pa., were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beaman, returned man of his home city.-St. Petersburg a Primary grades (less than three '
"The Greaser
mee for several days this week. to their home in Estero Times. ; Royal a Majestic"Checked film and: subjects) $1.00 per week. Just Phone *

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harper. Mrs. Wednesday.Earl Through! a ; All tuition payable weekly in ad- '
Edgar Kate Fred Bass, K. P. Butler one other reel. Saturday's '
Anna Meek and Claude Harper left Morrow, who was a member of and Fred Gilbert returned last i will be: "Tricked a two reel program Domino vance. Pupils entering after the first 214 <* .a!* h
Wednesday for Grand Rapids Mich.. the graduating class of the Osceola Friday from an automobile tour to ; "Ambrose' Fury a Keystone week cannot be given reviews In sub % : Za
to spend a month at their old nome. high school this year, has entered the Palm Beach in Mr. Gilbert's car. They 'comedy; and three other reels.OOOOOOOOCOOOOO'O""O.OC. jects covered before they enter. Examinations -

J. A. Barclay left last Saturday for Kissimmee Business school to prepare made the trip by way of Okeechobeeand will be given at the closeof Any old tim for soai. .f ..rIce ,
Chicago and Sioux City, la., where hew for a business career. returned by way of Fort Pierce. the summer school.R. ;

\. will spend two weeks on' business. Mrs. John Crum of Bartow spent They established a record in the return 0 0 M. EVANS."MONEY" Cream S :-
.. While in Sioux City he will visit his Sunday and Monday with the R ;. S. trip, leaving Fort Pierce at 5:30 0 ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN. 0 '

children. W Lawler and family, ei> route to the in the? morning and arriving in Kis- 0 0 Sherbet., Ices, Etc.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis, Mr. and mountains of South Carolina, where simmee at 7:30 at night by way of OOOO""OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O .1.

Mrs. E. E. Latty and daughter, Miss she will spend the summer. Daytona. This is a distance of 250 The _I.C ...... It ..... ...rr fire trrtmm "THE TASTE TELLS" ,. ;!
Marion Latty, formed artywho Mr. and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr and miles. The eight-hour law is enjoyed by 40 .f . CONTINENTAL MORTGAGRl'OIIPANY
Sunday in a motorboat trip The Kissimmee Business school .isrogreseing. per cent of the factory workers in ?.. M..e.r. It mt e per \
spent Miss Violet "S
family. Bullock and DickBullock
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It is New York city. .t. I. mmrmm l mmimmmm mm .. ;r ".t
on the lake.Benjamin. will leave next week for Coronado spreading, out. It * real _.C.. T..... --y. T.ll mmT the' / ...'c
I R. White and daughter, Beach where theyWiU spend the is beautifully equipped, having probably Miss Helen Applebee has a violet ..r w..te mmm **. will _..r.te i
; Bessie left Monday for Champaign in the Carr the most comprehensive and with 7mm. !
Miss summer cottage.Mr.
farm near London from which she is Purity Ice Cream Co J
I ...,t ,d.:' "' '.; I1L, where they will spend the and Mrs. Joeeph Hart and family Its practical bookkeeping banking course course is in the Florida. making a J41. PETTEY LYTTON BLDO.: COMPANY CHICAGO. ;: ,. : t
: summer; They will return to Kissim left Wednesday for Springfield, one McOorker': .TboiDa ' u
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: used in the model commercial school '
October. : Josephine 1"
pl.7. next Mrs- Di Hill of Macon
: "I mee Mo., wnthkof they :-The Hart at the Panama exposition. Its shorthand A much needed Imp'ro.emenf' bal 8 DARLINGTON. AVEXTJB: ,. !'
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: : , W. S. TJnley spent Sunday in Bar- place been leased and typewriting coarse themust' was married at age twelve been made in the flooring at the door r' ,- -:
) tow. He' has resigned his position by E. Percy Golding..r are and became a grandmother. at the age t,1 ryaN.rr
America. Penman- of the postoffic daring. the present ' 'i:
},.1: it with the Dollar 'Limit Store and left :Miss Emma Tyson. who graduated hip arithmetic. and spelling are spe- of "twenty-nine.. .' week. Th flooring; had been worn 'i .
\ ;':(": I t-,'.j'''' ;Wednesday to take a- position. :with his from the Petersburg' high school daltios. Popular price Delightfully Mm*. DeTbebe..the: .pythoness: of away-and- big,bol. were 'dangerous'
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returned home at cool premises. Fresh and'Spanish all Europe,'yho foretold th* present to 'those 'who entered tbbuilding..
. :.. : I, alp'. "The ,Pytbian Slaters wffl. rveir 'Ic* Narcoosee,on Saturday::: Miss i Tyson taught.. Address Bernard C.-AnstedL war,-1\0. predict that the war will The old board war taken up and new wage';'earner* than;th*'total'kloptsla.k1,4.'

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4?, : I NEWS IN SHORT BITSNew'York.President ) : shipments f fare
1 Plant Clty-V.cetable

:County Reaches ,Soldiers OPENS FOR BUSINESSNEW : ,....... now moving finely and forty-eight, ''t'
1 carload went outlast week., The "
,.\ Wilson re- on the Ga1l1poll peninsula.) first tomatoes and sweet corn were I ,4

viewed here Monday the mightiest armada London.-* The Russian consul! at Ur- hipped last Wednesday. The tomatoes -
the United States o
ever assem
: if.' ,Osceola will be interested tion to Mr. Uttle when he received! crates .. :
county people bled. In the morning he saw the sailors .' raiah, Persia, reports that six thousand was
1 FOR BEGINS : $126oper offered
; of the of which crate
in the following: Item which appeared acknowledgement shipment and marine march through the Armenian were massacred at for ,i
: in the Florida Times-Union fruit At the same time. the givers of LIFE WITH NICE LINE OF DEPOSITORS street 'with banner flying 'and Van by the Turk*. I but they were consigned instead of .
'if: iy\, That Florida fruits when properly the fruit in this state were warmly AND BRIGHT OUT lions of cheering In : sold here. Tomato shipmentswill ,::;
,'. / packed and crated will remain in good thanked. Some of the active workers LOOK FOR' FUTURE., afternoon spectators he passed in the yacht: mU.j London.-Demand for the confiscation heavy by May 20. Beans, potatoes
is evident this R. R. Cadman of all German-owned in cucumbers, are moving: "
I ". condition for a long time in connection were flower and down four mile of property and '
,. from a letter which Alex Little of thiscity and Mr*. Hill, of Nareoosee. Several The KenanavUle State bank opened craft anchored up in the Hudson river. Great Britain, valued at over one billion freely, potatoes selling; at from $1 to -''
I ;, hat just received from England. other shipments have been dispatched its doors for business last Saturdayand dollars in the aggregate, was $1.05 per hamper while beans averaged -
A big: shipment of oranges and grapefruit to Europe from. this state since Jan. the depositors who were Vienna..-Austrian* are bombarding made today by influential newspapers.The $1.20 per hamper for the week'sshipments. I'
for the military hospitals of I uary 1.The ready on the many first day to accounts the Russian positions at Pricepim and movement has the support of : The continued dry weather -
& England and France were forty day. last gift to the wounded soldiers together with the expressions open of those on the right bank of the San where Lord Chancellor Beresford. has had its effect on the beans and ,

;.- t i in transit from Jacksonville and finally of the allies Went to Woburn who attended the opening Indicate that the Russians are making a last stand. I the quality last week was not as good '
., arrived at their destination In the Abbey hospital. The officers of that the new financial institution: has a It is estimated that the Russians lost Petrograd.-The Austrians are retreating as usual. There have been nice rains
,V 'very best of condition. The crates of institution stated that the fruit was a bright outlook for the future. Speak 200,000 in the region from Dunajec to from the districts near Rou- this week.
J fruit'were carried free of charge to great luxury to the convalescent men. the San. The Forty-eighth Russian mania over a front nearly one hun-
ing of the opening the Orlando Re-
1/ .. Mew York by. the Clyde Line Steam During' the last few days a large num- porter-Star said: division was shattered. The comman- dred miles long. The battle of Shivil EARLY WATERMELONSAT
and transferred to the ber of boxes of grapefruit were also continues without result. The Germane AT HAINES CITY
I ship company Hon. Mike Smith, of 'Orlando and der and the members of his staff were
hurrying to
warehouses of the Cunard line. Owingto started to Europe. The Clyde line and Winter Park is again in the banking captured. Bukowina.are The Russians along the
a misunderstanding shipment the Cunard line have in every case business true'" to the prediction of his San river have been reinforced. It is City.-The watermelon crop
i was not moved as quickly as would London.-One was killed as a resultof is coming along rapidly now and it is
the free of many friends when he resigned as not feared here that the Germans will
transported shipments
German air raid will
have been the case generally. president of the Orlando Bank & Trust a over Ramsgatewhen believed that one of the first cars
It was a source of much gratificaM freight charges. Co., a few months ago. Mr. Smith twenty bombs were dropped. reach Przemysl. be shipped from this point. There are
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---- --- British aeroplanes chased the Zeppelin located at
organized and Saturday officiated at Paris.-The French: have gained five eight or ten growers also
-l' / FLORIDA TOMATOES. THE PLANT CITY the opening of the First State Bankof back across the channel until they hundred meters more north of Arras Dundee and Hamilton and there prob-
in of the German coast
d came section.
; BERRY SEASON CLOSES Kenansville, in Osceola county a range where a most violent artillery duel is ably are 200 acres in this
Several aircraft
Shipment. This Week Show Increa.eOver new town located On a new railroad guns. approached raging. First shipments will be ready about
t ,If" Dover but were driven away by angle % 24.There.
Those Before. Plant City.-The strawberry season which runs through the most fertile
,, t ,\ Boynton.-Tho tomato movement i.l I. closed here last week the last shipments section of Florida. The bank begins guns. Athens.-The Anglo-French allies is a large acreage of tomatoes
now in its third week. There are be- moving Monday; May :3. The with the brightest prospects. The Amsterdam-Dispatches relate that have captured, the heights of Krithiaon planted in this vicinity and while the
(" tween 800 and (00 acres here. About crop has been a money-maker from new road is the Okeechobee branch of heavy damage has been caused by fire the Gallipoli peninsula. fruit shows effects of the drought, it

1.. r forty carloads were shipped this week start to finish as the shipping season the Florida East Coast railway. Kenansville throughout Germany. Seven sheds anda is setting well and will be matured
. i thirty last week and fifteen the week has extended over twenty two weeks, in named for Mrs. Flagler, number of locomotives at Koenigs- Aberdeen-The Danish steamer within a few weeks. There is every
:p before. The heavy output will be between or about two veeks longer than any who was Miss Kenan before she be- burg/ were burned. A great tanneryat Martha was torpedoed by a German evidence that the crop will be satisfactory 1
y. May 17 and 25.Peters. previous season in the history of the came the wife of the Standard Oil Strassburg was burned. The damage submarine. The crew was saved. as to yield per acre. ,

berry industry. The season opened magnate, and Mrs. Flakier was the totalling over a million dollars I
l", ub .-The tomato deal is moving December) 3, and cloned May .'!. There first depositor entered on the books was caused by bombs dropped by the ----- -- -- ---

t off in good shape. Between thirty I were 7'75fili7(! quarts shipped from of the new hank Her check was for a French airmen. A chemical factory I
i f' : and forty carloads have gone forward Plant City proper which netted the substantial amount. near Danzig was also burned.
1 ., this week. The quality UI excellent. growers $].'{?,411 41. The shipments The opening of the bank was made a, Ir
Thomas J. Peters expreswes himself from I Dover were !)7l.'l.'l) : : quarts, net- a gala day and l celebrated with a big( I Bucharest' The Turkish cruisertreslau r

1'(2:,i greatly pleased__with_ _the entire deal. t ling the growers $17,970."ii.: : From barbecue at which the cptizens' for sent the Bulgarian steamer
-- Sydney f fi.O1( ;;] quarts netted the growers miles around assembled. The bank is Varna .to the bottom of the Black Sea.
S y Delray.-About forty carloads this $12\n.22.! :!: This.. makes the total the only institution! of the kind betwi'en I Itulgarm, will demand an explanationand
( week twenty-five last and twenty (theweek shipments from the Plant City section Ki.ssimmee and (Ikeechober) an indemnity from (Jermany.Berlin. .

before, gives a fair conceptionof j !928R5t) (i quarts, which hose netted City, and has It large territory to
L\ the tomato movement at this place. the growers the total sum of Jlli7-; ,draw fiom. It starts with a capita It I is officially admitted
'I r. i"" The demand is stron The tomatoesare 71S.1G. block of $15,000, till paid in. The officers that the Germans; have withdrawn to / MGRSWat
\ t showing much better quality as the east bank of the Ypres canal after !
----- are M. M, Smith. president;: A
\, : i; recent dry weather has lessened the 00-000000 .-r:. I. Hunt, Kenansville. vice president; a battle lasting, many days. The Ger-
water content of the fruit., Specked 4 4 B. F'. Roe, Kenansville. cashier. The mans continue to attack the English
{ J tomatoes have almost disappeared. 4 SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. 4 directors are the officers/ already south of Nueve Chanwlle.Rotterdam. r

4 4 named who will have associated with
Deer field. About carloads
i forty otomatoes .-The Swedish steamer
'. II them Paul Truedell and L B. Draw-
this this
\ are leaving point BJoris, bound for London was seized
week. The movement has been here The dy. E. P. Thagard. state bank examiner -
1 on following pupils of the Kissimmee by a German submarine and taken to
for three weeks. Last week was present at the openingas /
twenty- public school have not )been absent Hamburg. \
\ six carloads went forward, and about or tardy during the month ending a representative of the comptroller's -

'f fifteen car the week before. There 1 1a Is May 10, 1915, have made an average office. Petro rad.-The Austrians were
9 t large acreage at this place which i is of 90 per cent. or more in their studies' Accompanying Mr. Smith were Ar- routed along the entire Drveister front.
" grown in small tracts. Every available with not less than 85 per cent. in anysubject thur Schultz John Bass and Mr. Manner The Russians captured twenty thous- r
who carried the capital stock of a a( tr
,: fertile within hauling distance and
p spot men.
and not ]less than 95 per cent. the bank with them.
i is utilized for tomatoes. The in

crop so far has had plenty of moisture First deportment.Grade, B Division Iroline ,: Sof a-The allies' artillery destroyed -
,4' and under normal conditions the the Turkish towns of Maidos and
i shipping should continue in full swing Reeves, Edith Floyd, Georgia Free- fr 4 .

,, to Jane 1.WAUCIIULA. man, Dorothea White Ruby Driggers FROM NEW YORK STATE. 4 I
lona Lee I Crowe Mamie Le Johns, : 4 4 444444s4444P444.MOaM4444
Ellen (Coleman Mary Scott Sarah OOOO
J 'l ARE WELL PLEASEI Rexford Arvilla Fansler, Berdie Rogers I > CHRISTIAN CENTER. < /
Julia Ledbetter Ronclla. Cooper To our friends in Kissimmee we 4- < Mj(
t :-r44fi4404. -- Y44 r44444fi -
Carol send greetings in remembrance of the
Makinson Sarah Duke, Audrey
Wauchula.-From $3.000 to $5,000
i ; has been paid to the Wauchula truck Clark, Eloise Todd, William Flora, pleasant days we spent among you. J. K. Tindall has penned cows.
We tarried few weeks in Jacksonville
K growers daily during the past week. Ward Lorenz, Julian Graham, Henry a Mrs. W. H. Ward, Mrs. Ballard, I
I The daily shipments have been from Key, Fred Gilbert, Ralph WitK, Sera- on our way north visited somefriends Mrs. W. B. Bell, Mrs. J. K. Tindall
.. went to the theaters and the
1 2,000 to 3,000 packages and the conservative fino Tinochiaro, Elmer Hultquist Mc- movies, attended service in some of and Mrs. T. J. Little went berry picking -
estimate of the price was Clure Lupfer. / Saturday afternoon.
., from $1.60 to $2 per package. Shipment First Grade A Division-Odel) Harrison the grand day old by day churches and rested went in sightseeing the- Arthur Hays and wife attended the COLE JEWELR CO. ,
s Hulin Snyder Elsie Schilder ,at Milliard's Island Friday.
consist of beans and cucum- parks and fanned ourselves.. There is picnio
i ben principally but squash and other Catherine Denning, Doris Davis Viv- a fascination about that fine old city Mrs. S. G. Barber spent Thursday I i
I a.'(1 vegetables have now started freely. ian Floyd, Tina Schilder, E. Lane that And I afternoon with Mrs. T. J. Little.
always beguiles
t i There have been nice rains in this section Stevens. Helen Chapman Rosina Fin- will think made us. you Tap Tindall and wife spent Sunday : - - - -

1.1. which have materially helped all acchalro. Glen Benjamin, Dick Makin- when surely I tell we we left a there flying trip one 'at Elija Gatlins. I I !
I f. crops: and shipments of vegetables will you Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Little have mov-
; son.Second Tuesday evening at 8:10: and arrived
ed to their home in Christian
move freely during May. Truckers Grade B Division-Wesley safe home Thursday afternoon at 2:45.: new I
,, are well pleased with the returns and, Brown Doyle Davis, Arthur Donegan, No use. for aeroplanes when we can Center.Mr. Ii
cash sale made the Irvin Hill and Ben Tindall W. H. i
: during spring Driggers fowling Graham, travel like that by rail. CITRUS EXCth'4ijOne '
d Eustis Miss Erma Carter and Julius
season. Peaks. Ralph Schilder Hazel We the southland and Ward
Clark Mary Ethel Gilbert, Marie Harper the kindly enjoy sunny of the southern Ballard visited at the home of Mr. and -
:.. ...0..00000000..00000.. Lottie Holtsclaw, Geraldine John- courtesy Mrs. J. K. Tindall last Saturday.Mrs. .
\ son, Edna Kritz, Eleanor Overstreet, people, and hope we duly appreciatethe Bell called on Mrs. Fletcher
; t privilege of spending our winters I,!
Alma Kritz Monday afternoon.
Roscoe Tiner, Louise .
BER MARKET Young. among the orange .groves, where the Mr. and Mrs. Ad Story visited Mr. ,#&

f >*iz ..' . 0 Second Grade, A Division-Tracy roses are always in. bloom when and the and Mrs W. H. Ward Monday, I '
: But I tell
__ T_-.A.A_ _ Canova, David Cayson.:! Arthur Flint, you mockingbird we received sings a warm welcome from Mr. Fletcher and Arthur Hay visited director: of the Florida Citrus Exchange is elected .

"The Southern Lumberman Nashville Willie Gilbert Roy Hansell, Willie dear and it be J. K. Tindall Sunday afternoon.T. .
our good
; ones seems annually by each Sub-Exchange.
Joiner J. Little scent Monday at J. T.
Carl Schmidt, Herbert Wilson,
Tenn., this week says regarding at home once more, and the dear delightful -
Elton Anderson, Hazel Grace Bell, T. Tindall's on East Lake.
yellow pine lumber market conditions: days are not long enough to
t Yellow pine the situation Eula Bowen, Mary Coleman, Margaret -, do all the want Miss Amy Tindall, of Great Lake
are finding lovely to
men. things we
i yt Cousins Sunday at the home of Mr. and I Every Sub-Exchange consist of three local
t as a whole rather more encouraging Eliza Anderson Cummins, do, it is putting it mildly. Snow and spent : or more

.1' .- although there is generally Jeanette Katie Griffin, Neva Lee liarris ice were all gone when we arrived Mrs.Mr.T.and J. Mrs.Little.J. K. Tindall Archer citrus grower.' associations, each of which is. entitled to
Hirtzel Eunice Rivers Ruth
) little of a very definite nature on and now the oats are sown, potatoes'
Starling Helen Hoyt Winn Bertha I Hay and Fletcher spent Saturday in one delegate to the Sub-Exchange board.
which 9 base this feeling. One of are planted, grass is looking fine and Kissimmee. -j
the! most gratifying indications is the Witz, Edna Yates. again it is apple.-blossom time in old
Third Grade, B Division Edgar J. T. T. Tindall. of East Lake, spent '
stiffening of prices, recent advances New York state and the beauty and
R : being for the most part successfully Rogers, Bascomb Lane Charlie Holts- fragrance are almost equal to the per- a week at Christian Center. These representatives of the various local associationselect 1
Mrs. is ill. Her
., maintained and generally accepted by claw Jimmie Holtsclaw Clyde Harris, fume and loveliness of the orange Cooper quite many
friends wish her speedy annually the directors who the ,
a body
Sidney McLaughlin Louise Jones Isa- recovery. are governing
the buyer Mills are assuming. a pol- groves/ of Florida. Bluebirds, robins
. r icy of selecting their orders small order bel Tyner, Olive Rutherford. and orioles are with us. The shining Mrs. T. J. Little spent Monday at of the Florida Citrus Exchange. t I :'
the home of Mrs. J. K. Tindall.
Third Grade, A Division-Anne
at low prices being generally re- river is still rushing on toward the
f ., I je ted. Buyers, however, are as a Dunn Alice Buzza Corinne Bass sea. The great mountains stretchingup STARKE BERRY SEASON \

rule not inclined to haggle over prices, Hazel Outlaw Madge Rivers, May into the blue are once more covered NOW NEARLY OVER Every grower affiliated with the Exchange has an 1
;: the scarce stocks in moat of the distributing Winn, Marie Ogram, Janet Graves with the different shades of green
I" and consuming centers causing Gail aLonde. Ruth Herzberg, Delia made by hemlock, pine, Starke.-The strawberry season is equal voice! in the selection of the officers of the organization iJ
maple'loplar to its close. From 200 to 400
Ledbetter, Helen Schmidt, Fred Lup- drawing ,
them to chestnut
t prefer quick shipmentsto ,
what fer, Harry Outlaw Sam Downing trees. I bushels are moving daily by local ex- therefor-local, county and state. n
bargains might
they Wilbur Anderson, Frank Crowe, Willie I pVess. The southern markets are receiving -I II'
fv', 'by wasting time "shopping. It The wild flowers! of this state are}
the bulk of these shipments.
Long R. D. Thomas Fred Evans. :
1. noted that advances are being more very beautiful and now in the monthof J
'firmly maintained in lower grades of Fourth Grade, B Division-Blanche May we can gather the lovely white Berries are retailing on this marketat There could be no more thoroughly democratic organization

t rds-r-shiplap, siding and flooring. Muller, Roberta Roliff. Cora Rutherford blossoms Of the dogwood and wild 5c per quart. than is the Florida Citrus Exchange. If
'. Some price concession are, of course Vivian Ford, Gladys Calkins, cherry while the ground is most car- you I
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being made by some of the smaller Donald Norton, Willie Johnson. peted with dandelions, blue violets believe that the organization is a good thing, and would

i : t mills but these are growing fewer. Fourth Grade A Division-Vera trillium, trailing arbutus spring beau- S.11.BUfOCK like to have a voice in its management, join a local :
F association -
Most of the large mills are consistently otter, Margie Wheeler Margaret ties, adder tongue, squirrel corn and
ti."r' turning down orders for future Winn Winifred Denning. Mildred Davie many others too numerous to men- and help choose the directors.
4 Ruth}
delivery at present prices, Indicatinga Bowen Hamilton Brown tion. The white blooms of the wild
confidence in the future; and are Zelma Bronson, Johnnie Bronson, strawberry gives promise of a boun- REAL ESTATE B
Ethel Bass, Joseph Bass. ... ... ..
evincing a determination to hold quotations tiful yield of the delicious berries bye **mm *m *m m m m D a basis where they can Fifth1 Grade B Division-Leanard and bye. Hundreds of lambs are INSURANCEExamination
I at least make a small profit on the Rush Lee Hobbs, Robert Calkins bleating on the hillsides and I might I
; coat of manufacture even if such a Maud. Tyner, Ora Crafton Thelma tell you many more interesting things
.4 policy causes them to lose an occasional Sutton Eva Sissons, Vera Johnson. about this dear northland. but fear of of Titles a
e order. Ruth Hirtzel. the editor's wastebasket makes me re- FCITRUS EXCH IVOE
Fifth Grade A Division Ella Gardner .
Better weather for building opera- frain. Sincerely Specialty.
$ ; lions is resulting in an increased demand Lillie Hanson, Leah Herzberg MRS. J. Iii. BULL,

,l for yard stock, although retail Margaret Lesley Lucy;) Lupfer Martha Colchester, Delaware County, New
dealer are still inclined to buy only Ordas, Elizabeth Parker, Wilma York State. May 9, 1915. :CorresDondence Solicited. I.
>' {what they need for current demand, Wilson, Alpha Todd, Doris Nickles. :r
despite the acknowledged fact that Archie Bass, Milton Graham Charles

i their stock are running low. Crop Dann.
t s7 Indication were never better and this Sixth Grade B Division-Gladys j,
'"t 't i* confidently expected to result in a Howell, Irene Milton, Dorothy Rob-
j { ,.' better demand from the country yard rts.
'-. One of the largest line yard com- Sixth Grade, A Division-Nellie
')>ani.* recently placed some good-si Bowen Ad Gilbert Elmo Griffin. , I
,oed orders among, the Texas mill and Seventh Grade, B Division-None. '

*, It is thought that others will soon Seventh Grade, A DI'fIslon-Mlriam m ,
IPP .follow' suit. lunger! Lucile Downing. Alberta Anderson < "
1 V
; I The carpenters' strike in Chicago .

.- 'remain.unsettled frig slowness ill building, with a there.eorrespond-It i i. Swinney Eighth, Stratton Grade Story.B Division-Lois ) Packing House Equipment, Such As Growers Most Have, Can Be Made Only In Complete, Efficient Factories -I

'also to be noted that a strike of the Eighth Grade, A DI'fI.lon-Huel :
union ,carpenter: in Boston 1* immi- Chenoweth, Allie May. Cummins, Ar- For years we have been making and assembling packinghouse! Florida fruit growers more than ever realize that satisfactory incomes .

'.' 1 :bent as they have decided on that pol nie Drawdy, Henry Edwards. machinery, building plants for the purpose along the lines which experience follow the marketing of first-quality fruit only. The care of

,Jcy.1f,. necessary, to enforce their re- Ninth Grade-ChrUtine Frey, Sadie has demonstrated to be most efficient and economical. Our the grove'is important and must not be neglected of course but k

Y; ,ant: demands for a five-day week and Bryan, Katharine Jackson Margaret factories at Dunedin hive recently been enlarged, as indicated in the it is the handling. of the fruit in the packing house that finally a
$ Stanford Gassie WInD Joe Farmer.
t tl, 'anIneraseiinpay:Boston is serious and, 'The a strike situation or Tenth ,Grade--Edna Calkins. Hahie illustration take care of rapidly increasing business. We be- determines the pnce it brings in the market. Up-to-date: packing

;foot 1*'very.likely to result'there, aI.I' Vitherspoon.. sieve and hope this means that all the citrus fruit growers of Florida house machinery ,will result In satisfactory prices for your fruit f s

r' lt"' ag4 its I hoped that a compromisesctsd. Eleventh Grade-Frank Calkins,{ can have their wants supplied with Skinner's "Satisfaction Guaran whenever other conditions are at all favorable and give topoftbeteed. -

." I'... lie e ."'" .' .. .- -"- ? Edith Marie Niswonger.Boyd,Parah Clark Grace Winn I **packing house,,machinery, no matter how great the demand. figures always. It will pay every time.

r_'Germany uses almost twice'as m.lIY' Twelfth Grade-Edna Sehweiklrt.. 'I Special: prices for June installations write now for these.' Send, for,, illustrated booklets, and ask'for,specifications and.price lists. '

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i .SHV.other.nation.'.Japan ranking London now doe without her' .streetlights h I L SKINNER: MFG. CO., LEE AVE:,, DUNEDIN, ,FLORIDA

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,!:" |4. ....1 ri..*.*..(._..1-..._..*.B........... r........*.'. 'fcr," "...i StelM. 'D. *.art MBt' The followine pup 'ot the .intermediate attempted the jump'also:and missed'
'" grammar school and high his footing.' Down h.'wea't.nto'tbe '
: ._ . . __ : .. . ... school ;departments of the Klsstmraee water' with a "kerplunk." ? WITH DTNAJCITB MHatOs th. ..,,'._...... ...*...** ... gives the ..
I li! vv..... ...... .. .. . ..." 'I 0 .. public' school hare during the eight He came up smiling however. with MI Uf'., I* r._T.. the .._ .f r*.. .... pto-Ba: u4 .*.*. htn.

,' I Sweet corn ,should ''be" plantdr on I after this:.ry'little' attention will" be'I months ending May 10. 19111, made laDa.erace his pipe still between hi. teeth.Throw ,reef disease,_.-< *r lack ,.f Ids a4 >later.. ,.,
in ing hu out the bank he
of 90 cent pipe swam
per or more on
1 rich land and cultivated the same as needed except to pull out any weedsby I their studies.,. with not less than 80 away with the remark that'now' he , y, the field.toil warm Plant the in the seed springand.. soot as ripen hand.on: the'Do Tines not allow until any the"end'ofthe fruit to per cent in any subject, and not Jess was filet he'would have a little fun on ta t.. ese .( .,....... !. _au..Imt tar..lag .m4' ....... ..... sr..'wag- +
make. successive plantings every*two* picking season as new fruits will than 90 per cent:in deportment "? ,] his own account. .He did a couple of lag eld srrvvMi ,
.or three weeks until late summer. The not form while older ones are ,ripen Fourth Grade, B Division-Arthur turns in the ,water., much to the We earrr.'lire* .*... wt .1|....*.. .c *...... algat* dyeeedt. eel V YKt 1
;"r same result can be obtained to some ing. Bnrkam Paul Hansel, Willie amusement of those looking on and 'a........ e* ties ....U.*. chap Mwrtta*, dial> lsrsrtasr sad _>-..!!. i'i 1 r d
))1'f!::: extent by planting early, medium andt Young cucumber plants are often Sallie Ledbetter Vivian Ford,.10hnlOn'j climbed out on the bank dripping. likea MaMlag wpeWe. Writ. ,,t*.ar" f...,...... .e. ..............,
"' Roil f Nelli. WoodalL' tree after a bard rain., -
late varltiev Plant the seeds about destroyed by the cucumber beetle. It ; ..
two inches deep in drills three feet is possible to protect the plants by Gladys Calkin., Donald Luckily it was not far to his home : '
t: apart and thin to a single stalk every covering, them with small wooden man Langford, Lillian Rush. < and he was able to get a change of dry 'J" .
,ten to fourteen inches. frames over which mosquito netting Fourth Grade, A Division-Vera clothing and Join the party none the South Florida:Explosive':Company *, :
y j A1, Sweet corn,.when grown in the has been stretched.Airslaked Potter, Lewis O'Bryan. Margie Wheeler worse for"his experience. The crowd 41as.
south passes so quickly from the milk lime sprinkled over the Margaret Winn Winifred Demlng; had quite a few laughs at his expense Florida i
i:: to the dough stage that care should small plants is an added protection Hamilton Brown. Zelma Bronson, and he dared the Valley Gazette man Fort Mead, #
!. be exercised to gather the crop at just against the cucumber beetle. Johnnie Bronson Ethel Bass, Joseph to say anything about it. The writer
.' the right time in order to secure the Varieties recommended: White\ BaaL took the dare and here Is the whole . rG
,)', most satisfactory results. The flavor Spine, Davis Perfect and Emerald.For Fifth Grade, B Division-Willia story in cold print. o. -
of sweet corn.depends upon the stageof further information on cucumber Bass, Ruth Hirtcel Vera Johnson The afternoon was spent In viewing .
maturity and the method of handling growing, read farmers' bulletin : Robert Calkins. the I'I'Owingcropa on Mr. Hirleman's
the product from the plant to No. 254, entitled "Cucumbers which Fifth Grade A Division-Wilma farm. Mr. Hirleman showed the visitors -
the table. Sweet corn loses its sugar may be had free on application to the Wilson Alpha Todd, Lillie Hanson a new thing in Florida in coffee May Lumber Co.
t( tv content very rapidly after being removed United States department of agriculture Martha Ordas, Ella Gardner, Margaret berry bushes and from the appear- .
,:1' from the .talk. It should at Washington, D. C. Lesley Lucy Lupfer. Frank Reed ance of the crop he will have coffee ,
therefore, b. picked only a few hours, Eggplant.The Horace Dann Joseph Sears, Archie from his own field before many Wholesale. and Retail Dealers I. .
.j and preferably a few minutes, in advance plants for this crop,should be Bass, Milton Graham Leah Henberg. months.
. of the time when it i. to be started in a hotbed or in a box in the Sixth Grade, A bivieionGladysHowell Those who attended the picnic and
placed in the pot. house about two months before time Irene Milton Frances Kritc enjoyed the day to the fullest extent YELLOW PINE LUMBER 4
Varieties recommended: For early for planting in the field. The plants Dorothy Roberts, Ha Fansler, Irene were: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Longan-
tom Golden Bantam and Adams Earlyare should not be .et in the field until after Pittman, Maude Cooper, Carlson ecker and daughter Mr. and Mrs. M.
suggested and for medium and all danger of frost has passed and Shingles and Laths
Bryan Fred Howe, Lois Overstreet. L. Schreifels and son, Andrew Gun- .
I: late varieties Black Mexican or White the ground has become quite warm. Sixth Grade, A DivisionNellieBowen derson, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hirleman
Mexican Country Gentleman, andStowell's Set the plants eighteen to twenty- Alma Cooper, Dorothy Den- eon and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clark HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY
In three feet
t Evergreen. The last named four inches apart rows
ning, Elmo Griffin. Howell and three daughters, W. J.
, most variety productive.ha. the largest ears and is the apart vation to and keep give the clean plants shallow culti- Seventh Grade, B Division-Percie Frippe and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. AD we ak is let BI fifwe .. ,.... estimates.Courteoas .
Oliver Jessie Mabel E. Naugle, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Xen-
The soil for cucumbers should be pidly. A dozen good, healthy pants Bowen Scott Attention aid Prompt PeliTery.
Annie Turner. ser, Mr. and Mrs. A. R Jackson two ,
rich, and it is will fruit for the .
a good plan to apply supply enough aver
and G. Saint Gaudens .
Seventh Grade A
Division-Bryan sons
well-rotted under the age-sized family throughout the sea
manure rows or
I .. If planted in rows, open the Simpson, Miriam Munger, Clara Harry Barriere and mother, Phone 21. Kissimmee, Fla
furrow'and scatter the manure along son.Eggplant may be used in several Ploetz Lucile Downing, Alberta An- Misses Anne and Elizabeth Carson k.

the furrow, turning fresh soil over ways, one of which is the following.Peel derson, Margaret Lee. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Gold O. Da- *n* **nt **ritir t .
vis and Miss
Eighth Grade B Division-Sarah Ruby Duke.
the manure before planting the seeds.If and cut into slices one-fourth to
< the seeds are planted in hills, confine one-half inch thick and soak in salt Clark, Blanche Davis, Mary Single- EXPOSED.When - -
the application of manure to the water for an hour; boil until tender; tary, Stratton Story. "
area occupied by the hills. then coat with cracker crumbs or flour Eighth Grade, A Division-Mary find fault
As cucumber. are easily injured by and fry in butter or fat. Another Tiller, Helen Reed, Irene Reed, own faults.we The chronic we faultfinderis expose our
cold it is advisable is bake the Frances Trfss, Allie May Cummins,
not to plant until method to steam or egg- simply letting know that ,
all danger of frost is over and the plant whole, the pulp being eaten Gazil Lane, Cleo Outlaw, Fern Howe, he is to blame. everyone And the man who
ground has begun to warm up. For from the shell with salt pepper and Richard Bullock, Henry Singletary constantly sees a great deal to be
very early cucumbers the seeds should butter. Ned Bullock, Frank Bryan, Arnle thankful for is unconsciously showing
be planted in a hotbed in old strawberry Varieties recommended: New York Drawdy, Clifford Lester. people how much they have to be gyi:
boxes or plant beds or directly Improved Purple, Black Beauty and Ninth Grade--Sadie Bryan Ruth thankful for in him. There is a search-
in the soil of the bed. By starting the Florida High Bush. Howell, Christine Ivey. ing truth in the homely lines: **
plants in hotbeds the cucumbers will Tenth Grade-Edna Calkins Jean
be ready for the table two or three EMPLOYES IN BIG DRY GOODS Partin. Marie Witherspoon. "If you want to live in the kind of a !
weeks earlier than if started in the STORE FORM SEWING CIRCLE.A Eleventh Grade-Frar.k Calkins town 'rq
open. For the main crop, drill the sewing circle has been formed in Helen Bass, Parah Clark, Celeste Like the kind of a town you like. i Fy
seed in rows five feet apart and after one of Chicago's big dry goods stores. Mosely. You needn't slip your clothes in a grip
i the plants reach a height of three or There are now 102 members, and more Twelfth Grade-Clyde Buzza, Mil- And start on a long, long hike.You'll S
four inches thin them to stand twelveto are enrolled at every meeting. The dred Winn. only find what you left behind Ki4 )0'
eighteen inches apart in the row, class meets Tuesday, Wednesday and For there's nothing that's reallynew
or plant the seeds in hills four feet ;
Thursday afternoons from 6 to 6:10:
apart each way and thin to two or o'clock. Advice is given by store ex- It's a knock at yourself when you H IT.- i
three plants to the hill. perts. All patterns, material, etc., are knock your town I dr #
Cucumbers should be given frequent purchased by the members of the White net Is used for lingerie It isn't the town-it's you." ), w
shallow cultivation until the vines fill I class, free rein being given individual dresses this season. The washable Neither "knockers" nor "boosters" .
most of the space between the rows; preferences as to styles of fabrics and white net is selected, and when the created by their surroundings. -
I garments. The management has fit- pretty frdck is soiled it may be sent to They create their surrounds.Selected. l'
ted up a room on the fifteenth floor, the laundress along with white dimity !I .
MANY SEE MIRACLES I installed sewing! machines and arranged and lawn costumes. These white net I,
special lighting. dresses are rather simply made, with ,
4 ruffled skirts or full, gathered skirts .
U IN GEORGIASufferers BAD LANGUAGE. tucked in groups. Shirringa are love- | Our ID/re ,
, Thomas A. Edison on his sixty- ly in net, but they do not launder very SELECT HOMES CHOICE FARMS, wKeep< 3
eighth birthday said to a reporter: satisfactorily; neither do net plait-
1 Rescued Swiftly After Hope "The result of this war will be a ings so it is best to use narrow white VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE. the chickens ':
Had Faded and Long Treatments OU J :
in lace frilled ;
Failed. German republic that fifty years or footing as a trimmingon GARDEN:: TOO
I \ will forge ahead of us all." bodice and sleeves. Snap fasteners MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS
Sufferers ail over the state of Georgia The reporter, impressed by Mr. clone such a frock invisibly, and usually ""
have found a ready deliverance Edison's war knowledge, asked: there is a slip of accordion pleated 608 Pen eld St.
from the ills of stomach troubles peculiarly "What language do the Belgians use daphne silk or of pussy willow taffeta IF YOU DON'T WANT THE CHICKENS TO PLAY'"OLD
, common in the south. -Walloon, French, German?" to go underneath. Such a frock One block west of Clyde avenue. SCRATCH" WITH YOUR GARDEN;BUY SOME. ,
\ Remarkable stories of health re- "Humph," said Mr. Edison, "I know may be worn at a very informal af- (Clyde, the second avenue west of ;
; gained are told by hundreds who have well what language I'd use if I werea ternoon affair or with handsome sash, court house leading south.) OF OUR WIRE AND FENCE THEM OUT. ITWILL"NOT .,
, used Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It Belgian." tinted pussy willow lining and dainty ONLY SAVE YOUR GARDEN,"BUT SAVE.YOU r a
II it a remedy with a record. The first stripes-at a very formal evening affair ,
V': dose is always proof to any stomach FACTS ABOUT TEA. in summer. WORRY AND WORK. VLET
\, sufferer who tries it. It is quick. Hot tea will often relieve a sick US FIGURE .WITH YOU FOR. ALL' THE,
.. Here are what two users say: stomach or a headache is restful and '. ' .
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REV. POWELL: Statesboro. Ga. soothing to the nerves. FENCE WIRE YOU NEED. ,
i -"1 Just escaped the operating table. To clean black goods with tea, silk,! WE, ARE, THE' LIVE WIRES FOR ;GARDEN ,
Now I can eat what I please. I would satin or cashmere sponge thoroughlyand I I
I be glad if everybody euffering with press" with a hot iron on the wrong The of-the worldare TOOLS AND ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE'. ; : : '

stomach remedy." trouble could learn of your side.Tea colors lace that "old". color'' eyes : .. .' I ', .','J' .,) ;. ',"i h

SALISTA THOMAS, 66 La FranceSt. which is so much desired. ' "
., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your Green tea will darken red hair, it I W. B. Makinson. Co. Phone 123,1'
\ remedy five weeks. It has done me is said. the who .
much good. I feel like I hardly know The leaves washed are very good to on man '
my strength-my appetite is fine." sprinkle on the carpet to allay the
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives dust before starting in to sweep. -
permanent results! for stomach, liver
I and intestinal ailments. Eat as much IITf 1V rARE
and whatever you like. No more distress !kfJg : !
after eating, pressure of gas in YOU GOING TO START NEWSPAPER?
the stomach and around the heart. .
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Get one'bottle of your druggist now
Painting Cars .Z5J
and try it on an absolute guaranteeif UP
not satisfactory money will be re Trucks.Wagons, ; made, to order IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENTWe
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The Waters & Carson for a a moment thought, to young The, PRINTING MACHINERY : Y IKY1m _!

problems that confront S.
you now, or

Grocery CompanyWholesale will a few years hence.Look q

I about yon-the men of affairs in country state, nation-yes,

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

They hare the reaped and confidence of the cowaanitr.
GROCERIES.oooeoeoeeeeeooe i + .

Then look on the other side-at the fellows who speed all tkay Oa account of the conteEdation the Valley Gazette aid the 1

rake-they may hare a feed time for a while, bat what does tkJr Osceola Journal! we Jove a surplus of printing" machinery. We esTer; .; ; c t
personality reflect? for sale. the EoD.wiq1 : t+",G
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e A dollar deposited in this bank will be ... Intertype Typesetting Machine '
WE SELL: O O WE BUY: O or so ,_ }

o o e .dens of an honorable. independent career. PractkaDy New-Extra M-g.....
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year beginning BOW-today. You
O GRAIN 0 0 bank book will pave the way. 1 Book and Job Campbell Press

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VEGETABLE. CRATES e e O O PRODUCE .e .Capital stock -__-____________________________100000.00 One Jobber 8x12 C. & P. ;;'

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fjfu.. : "; .We sell field and garden seeds of all'kinds. C. A. CARSON. Presf J. M. LEE. Vice Prsst. TERMS Part cask and balance .. time. ,. .f

%&:,'' i ft"., Wi ci..'tpe aJ attention to fitting out hunting and camping. parties. M. E TZ.'2Dd Vice Prest KISSIMMEE '

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:: ''Fj'o'It: "; ':,REAL" ESTATE MASS', MEETING MAKE' PLANS TO' FOR If '== STATE NEWS :CONDENSED ,=. I LIVVYERLAXActs( L ){ T. >*FLORIDA Crop" :Wfi'Ba' -? ,'Two or.Tbr**' y

I, ,. 4TU JULY, CELEBRATION .> I Weeks,,Behind, the, Usual,Schedule. v
Pige'':On..) u :JacksonvilleThe'watermelon crop '
(Continued from
a IS) CHANGING HANDS! is fnicely
accommodation for Surely SafelyJust throughout.the state
Marianna-T. Frank Hamilton, an and will provide Prentl from the Southern Realty and elderly): farmer living near Cypresi., a number! of patient at a time. I I rain which have materially benefttted I(
Security Corporation of Chicago ex. fifteen miles east of this city because you are feelingthe: ill '
i' Deal* In real .tab in K.t .- southern information bureau some found the roadside. ..Judge'.J. Hallandale.-Ai a result of a quar effect.of a torpid liver is no excuse the crop' Carlot shipment-of probablywill "
plaining by
branch of was McDonald while driving begin during the.week May 24't
t Immee and, in fact this : which Is dispensing information hel rel'with James for buying: a harmful medicine that
business seems' to be on a'distinc about, various sections of the south Bower an Inquest Campbell, the ., countl1udfW' beIng from Hallandale to Ojust late Saturday has brought physical decay: to thous.ands. to 29."although a few cars well may fruited move .-
next week. ,,Thevrie
The board afternoon. Lester Barren, formerly Calomel is dangerous and are
of bhis
week absolutely charge. I. that the ; '
Durfngtthe A. L. Stephens of Clarksville Ga. but recent considering the dry weather, and at ;
ii; past Instructed Secretary Prentls to fur : hor. I everyone knows has very disagreeable '
sold toftAdson Pinney and Saral nish all the information to them he ly employed at Iiahendale, received and weakening effect' Medical the present time there are indication '
1"- 'C. Pinney ten acres in C. E. Swope'i could In regard toeOsceola county and I Sorrento....- P. Powell, veteran I' knife wounds in the right breast science has found a-natural vegetable that the yield will turn out'. ,quite satisfactory -, fIt
addition. Mr. and Mrs. Pinney left Kissimmee. author, died here. He had gone out 1 which were so severe"as to cause attending remedy, GRIGSUVS LIV-VEK-LAX .
Tuesday for their home -in Great A letter was read from Congressman on the lake near his home to fish, ac. I : physicians to fear for his re that thoroughly: cleanses the liver and is estimated that the total statewillb move
of melon the
Bend Kans., but they will return ii Sparkman in reply to the invitation by his daughter, GladyrSuddenly covery. bowels without causing and bad feel- ment out of
: about two months. They have arranged visit to he fell forward in the boatunconscious. take about''' 5,000 cars and .the cantaloupe
.z of the board to pay a of Fells- ing. Children can it with perfect .' The-
Fellsmere.-The little city movement about 800 car"*
to erect a pretty bungalow or down the Dr. Callahan called
make was bottle
Kiisimfnee a trip safety. Every guaran
of the finest school i Atlantic Coast Line
& r' is to have railwayexpacts
the property and will make Kissim- Kinsimmee river to note just what the at once and pronounced it cerebra mere one teed. 60c and $1 a bottle. None genuine -
bids and between ,
buildings in the state. The were to haul 2,650 car of melons -.I!
1 nee their permanent: home.: needs of this. stream are in the way hemorrhage He passed away withou opened recently and Terry Griggs & without the likeness and signa- 400 and 600 car of-cantaloupes. 1,
of federal government improvementwork. regaining consciousness. tuce of L. K- Grigsby. For sale by
& Slayton of Toledo 0., were the successful The Seaboard Air Line railroad expects -
OOOO"OO'OOOOOQO He suggested that the bent -- Osceola Pharmacy. 20-4t
The bonds brought a to handle of watermelons
Gainesville.-One of the largest rea bidders. 1,687 car -
would be in the
fa- : UNION: CENTER. : fall.time for A committee him to come, composed of Congressman estate deals noted in some month premium of $50,000, and accrued Interest ADVERTISED LETTERS. and 250 to 800 cars of canta-
Other lines in the state will
date of delivery. loupe.
was consummated here a tract II
I W. J. Sears, Capt. Clay Advertised for the weeks endIng .
---- two about 1,200
get cara.
of about in the Trenton{
OC Carsonwas 4,000 acres t
.OOOOOOOQ Johnson and the lion. C. A. Pierce. 'St. Lucie county has
section ,of Alachua] county was sole Fort May 31, 1915. The quantity and quality of the
The Sunday school picnic was a success named to take the matter and up for a sum aggregating, it is said up an enviable name for itself this yearin Aykibcki, Miscaa; Boddie, W. E.; melons will depend entirely upon
j arrange -
l "from .start to lini h" and wan" with ConifrpHRmun Sparkman another wards of $38,000.: The land was purchased the manner in which its people have Bell, Michell; Bland, John; Brooks, weather condition. It i* estimatedthat
( largely attended. The splendid dinner a doll'. He i ill to and briiiff La- by Wade. Clower & Wade Iron paid their taxes.' The total tuxes for Miss Minne ((2)) : Grant, M. S.; Har- the entire crop Is from two to r;
prepared by the ladies was highly, congressman with him with Major headquarters the Piedmont Coal and Phosphate, the county and state in St. Lucie rell, Mrs. Ada; henley. E. W.; Johnson three weeks later than usual.
bj praised and appreciated by those pres Due/ U. S. Army Engineer has, already- at Piedmont W. Va., and ia county for 1914 was $202,958. When Mrs. Tom; Manney, Dr. W. Q.; ,
srr ent. While much credit is due the i in Jacksonville, make the company said to be among the boat property irn the list was made up to be advertisedin Randolph, R. R.; Seebrook, Mrs. Josephine Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day
1' 1 program committee, the success of theprogram accepted the invitation. to section noted for the high ualitj) the Fort Pierce News last week ; Shannon, Sam (2)) ; Smith, Mrs. Your drvrrl'l will refund money K PAZO
was made possible by the cooperation -, trip with them.A of theloil it relates to there was only owing and unpaid the M. P.; Thomas, Mrs. Mozel.\ OINTMHNT falls to care ear ease of Itcblnc.Blind. y
and faithfulness, of those i communication was received from as crop pro amount of $4,200 on real estate and B. B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. I I .Blerdlnior PnMradiBir Pile In 6to 14 State Came(; Warden K. 7.. Jones requesting duction and range purposes. The drat.pphoauon fives Kx end Real. SOc.We t;
who took part. Nine dollars and $895 on personal property.
m the hoard to use its influencewith
-- -
the amount paidto St. I'pt'rHburjThe Florida hardware -
twenty-five cents was
in favor of Pierce.-H. B. Morrell and D.
state legislators Fort
after all of Dealers' association to a
I came
treasurer expenses
y" stand deducted.) This amount strengthening i the slate ramp ]laws. successful close following the annua H. Morton, organizers and inspectorsfor
No of the lull wa enclosed umithp the Florida] Citrus exchange, were Bones :
was immediately] turned over to theit ropy election] the adoption of certain resolutions Buy !
matter was tiled as information. in Fort Pierce a few days ago with
treasurer of the U. H. building] fund and extending thanks of the
to help in the completion] of Un I South Florida Hoard of Trade.A association to St. Petersburg for hospitality the view to assisting the citrus fruit

d111 church I, letter was received from the extended. Officers were elect- growers in that city and communityin and Spot cash will be paid for animal bonesof
Mrs. Hilliard, Miss Irene nod B. S. Tampa board of trade in regard to the ,'d us follows: President, (;I. S. Me- completing an organization securing -
H. Funk home board! re-elected H. a packing house in Fort Pierce. all kinds, including prairie and bleached
Turner called nt the C. organization of a South Florida serve of St. Augustine, ;
I Saturday evening. of trade at a meeting to IH held in I';. Mclver of Ocala] vice-president;;, GainlIvill--The----board- of directorsof bones. We are in the market for a large

Messrs. Howell and Hen Walker, Tampa on W.dn."layfllY! 20.; Invitations W. II. !Decumara, of West Palm Beach,, the Alachua County Fair association -
who are students at the KisHJmmeeBusiness have .been sent to between second vice-president; I 1). L. Thomas,, at a meeting here, selected November quantity. Write us for prices and shipping

lit' college, were guests at the forty and fifty bodies to send three nf Tampa, treasurer; and F. W. Keh- ) 11,10,11,12 and 1.:! as the dates instructions if you have or can get any.
G. B. Lawson home Saturday and sun- representatives to the meeting It is Baum, of Clearwater, secretary. Mr. for this year's fair. The dates will bea .
I day. the plan to hold meetings of this or- Thomas of Tampa has been treasurer little more than H wnek earlier than Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
; Mrs. L. W. Cohoon came out from ganization twice a yeur. The matter of the association for eight years. !Mr. those of the fair held last fall, the
w 1 town Wednesday to visit her sister, was left up to President Stanford iehbaum succeeds G. E. Nobhtt, of change being made with a view to Department, Jacksonville, Florida
and to attend the annual Sunday with power to act. Tarpon Springs, as secretary. guarding as much as possible against Manufacturer! of Idral, ALVideal, and ParurUn FoiiCnn
9 school picnic. She returned home President Stanford named as a committee unfavorable] weather.
pU Friday. I to meet with Chairman Lesleyof West Palm Beach.-The EvergladRConRtru'tion probable

i f Mrs. Wetherbec has been indisposed the board of county commissioners company closed the contra.t Winter Haven.-At the meeting of
li for aeveral weeks and is no bet- in revising and rearranging the copy with E. P. Maule for the com- the Winter Haven Citrus exchangeheld
; ter at this writing. We trust that for the county booklet the following Beach of the first section of the Palm here, C. W. Barnes was re-elected "
she will soon be well again. persons: Messrs. K. K. Naugle, W. J. and Everglades] railroad. When manager for the ensuing year. The fOR SAKE
Mr. and Mrs. Sprang leave for their Sears and J. W. I'rentis. the signature of this company and unremitting efforts of Mr. Barnes dur- o
home in Ohio this week. These good Secretary Prentis was asked by the Mr. Maule were attached to the contract ing the past several years have been RUse
a people will be greatly missed but we board to make arrangements to care it marked an epoch in the great the great factor in bringing the local
are glad to state that they expect to for the exhibition of fruits which Everglades reclamation project. It association to its present high state
: > return in a few months. were prize winners at the fair day means a railroad into the upper Ever- of efficiency.St. Ideal Fertilizers
J. K. Hilliard and family and B. S. held on May 8. It was suggested that glades and this means thousands of
1,1 i Turner were guests at dinner Sunday since the county schools under the amities, thousands of homes and AUK'ulltine.-Albert Usina. a
y, } at the H. C. Lightaey home in Kisaimmee. direction of Superintendent Yowell thousands of acres in wonderful pro- well known citizen and prominent bus- MANUfACTURCD BY

$ I 1 and Miss Anne Carson, canning club luction. iness man of St. Augustine died at Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
The Misses Blanche and Eudora agent were planning an exhibit also, his home here after a lingering ill-
Eatonton, of St. Cloud, were guests of it might be well to combine the two Tampa.-R. Lowrie, of Ohio committed him-- ness, at the age of sixty-two years. JACKSONVILLE. flORIDA
suicide here by shooting ,
} S the Harvey and Lawson families several and add to them from time to time so
self. The tragedy occurred on the WATERS & CARSON GROC. CO.. Local A rents.
days. that Osceola] county may have an ex- FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS.
IIp. who has been visitIng for rear steps of the Tampa Bay casino
B. S. Turner, hibit of creditable proportions use
at the J. K. Hilliard home, returned at various fairs, etc., whenever need- The body was not discovered for an Movement is Now Rapidly DecreasingIn
to Atlanta Ga., Sunday. ed. hour or more, though several people Volume. :
The suicide
Sam Barber is suffering from a Wants Convention Fund.Congressman passed near where it lay. Cars moved last week __ h__ -- 272
had been in ill health and feared
sprained ankle as a result of a fall Sears made an inter- Cars moved week before last422
from Creek bridge Sunday afternoon. cancer, of which two of his sisters Total to last Saturday25,307 2 ct. Will Ins ;
It.. j Boggy esting talk upon the subject of creat- died. pr. re"I I t
leaning against the ; ;
He was
... ing a convention fund to secure conventions -
railing when it suddenly gave way, to meet here. His plan was P'nsDcola.-Finell of $50 each were Jacksonville.-Shipments of citrus Your Automobile Against Fire W W'I
1, Mr. Barber falling about fifteen feet. to keep a stated sum on deposit all imposed on Chris Thiessen and Joe fruit are rapidly decreasing. The

I4 .. Mr. and Mrs. Longenecker and lit- the time for this purpose, drawing interest teed, saloon men, for violating the movement last week was 150 cars less From Internal or External Causes
visited at the Harvey and than the week previous. Orange shipments -
tle Ardetta in the savings department of election laws by refusing to close
t' 'I Lawson homes Sunday afternoon and the banks. He declared that Kissim- their saloons at 6 o'clock the day preceding grapefruit last 1(52(week cars were 110 cars and Any Place in the United State
1 evening mee was already getting more advertising the election. The sentences
J' Ira and Nellie Wetherbee visited for less money than any city were passed in the recorder's court, Most of the Valencia oranges now and movingare the No matter where it is in a private or public garage; in afreight
of the
k i MMrand Mrs. McClain Saturday even- in the state and that she could getinfinitely both taking an appeal. Mary Nichols, crop is nearly done. Shipments will car or steamship "
more by going out after the white woman arrested at the same
15? ,. The Christian Endeavorers are going1 conventions which would bring hundreds time for selling without a license was go forwadr in a small way for a few Cheapest Auto Insurance in Kitfimmee
The movement
social Friday grapefruit 'f
have Ice yet.
to an cream
of visitors to the city. fined $250 and costs, but $200 of the .
+ ", night May 28. Everybody is W. J. who present remitte from now on will be of an indifferent The Fire & Marine .
Fripp, was sug amount was <1.Melbourne.With Springfield Company, Capital $2,500,000
all of the fruit
most cordially invited to come and gested that the lakefront be cleaned grade. Nearly good '
have a good time and "spend lots of before the Fourth of July celebra the close of its has been marketed. The oranges are t

fi'n, money." Bring your friends 'and up tion., He offered the use of a team first year of very successful operation,, also showing the effect of the dry
''p' ." don't forget the date. of mules for the work and Mayor the banking house of Bills, Ewing & hot weather and many shipments are SEE CARSON FARMER
May was named as a committee of Nehf at Melbourne will be converted not up to the usual standard of Flor-

.x.. ,4...... . . .t..OOO.O..OO. one to look after this part of the getting Into a state bank with its capital increased ida -fruit. Dakin Avenue -

y'x4tl .. THURMAN CITY. or ready for the big affair.- 100 per cent. Only a year ago It is' estimated that 93 per cent of 4
".. 0L Congressman Sears spoke on the i this bank was established by Col. F. the ocean floor la entirely devoid of ;

......- .. .. .- .. .- .., . .. . .. ......... ,If subject, a; section of good of roadway roads and about argued twelveor that 1 Nehf Ii. Bills, all H.former L. Ewing Chicago and men George but now H. vegetation.To ,

) :Mr.; and Mr W. A. Skinner left in /fifteen miles long between Whittier citizens of Melbourne. The new bank Drive Out Malaria
JU their Ford Thursday for their home atLansing and Fort Drum were graded up was started as a private concern with And Build Up The System
Mich. there would be a continuous roadway 10000.; Under the direct supervision
Take the
.r Mrs L. Jacobs called OH W. C. Sen- from Kissimmee to the east coast of Mr. Ewing a very capable businessman chill TONIC. You know J The favorite Store of Klttimmee I

I aba Friday. without the necessit yof going all the and an experienced banker the what you are taking, as the formula is
11 Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Acree have been way up to Daytona.A institution prospered from the start. printed on every label showing it is
{ entertaining company for the past warrant was ordered drawn in and Iron in tasteless form.
DeLand.-Dr. H. R. McGinnis, of Quinine a

4 r I j week Bert* Crimer was a visitor on Michigan two favor months'of Secretary aalary Prentis as secretary calling and for Jacksonville, was elected president of I The Iron I.Quinine builds drives the out malaria 50 ,cents the
Medical association
d' he Florida State up
.. avenue Monday. the executive committee was asked to FURNITURE ?
the session here. Arcadia was ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Acree were Sun- look Into the matter of employinghim at -
chosen as the convention city for 1916.
L. Jacobs.Mrs. .
of Mr. permanently.
flay cnest was Dr. W. R. Stevens of DeLand, was
Ike Lanier shopping[: InXI..tra" President Stanford took the floor Send Your
4 .. Saturday. after calling Congressman Sears to elected first vice-president and Dr. us
I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba and the chair and spoke enthusiasticallyon : Mary Freeman, of Perrine second

t Mr*. L. Jacobs and daughter, May, the subject of the Fourth of July rice-president. Dr. Coffee, of Fort Orders ForI
were in Kisiimmee on business Sat- celebration. He then announced his Meade, was elected third vice-presi- ti WE HAVE IT !

a 'urday. citizens committee and called the big ent.
for tonight.
; mass meeting St. Petersburg.The Florida State BEAMS
FOR FORMAL AFFAIRS. Dental society meets at Pnss-a-Grille,
,tfc. SMART LEATHER BAGS.It June 9. 10 and 11, near St. Peters- FIRE ESCAPES,
; The fermal gown with three-quar urg. On these dates, dentists from CHANNELS
k' ter length sleeves. has a sadly passe is quite easy to make up for oneself all over the state will gather at PassaGrille ANGLES AND la eoaaectioB with oar Hardware line we carry a complete

look this spring, and even the woman bags composed and entirely of leather be, I for their annual meeting, and ALL SHAPES Eae of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting hornet, and
would submit and the stitching strapping can .
who declared she will also be given a chanoe to get on
t to the discomfort of long sleeves has smartly done with just an ordinary terms with some of the finny handle reliable
new adopted them, BO universal ie' sewing machine says a writer for the peak BOILER PLATES
r- J their vogue. A last season gown that Girl's Realm. Of course, if preferred, TANK STEEL
Is good style, all but the sleeves, mays they can be more elaborately mounted Tarpon Springs.-A complete survey GALVANIZED Bed Room Furniture, Dining
be refurnished by cutting: out the arm in metal by a silversmith. Sometimes of the Anclote river as far up .. -
btj i boles of the bodice and finishing them the introduction of a fringe of cut its course as the Bailie bridgeat Tar- COPPER AND Room Suits Kitchen Outfits, Par-

F t- .off with braid or cording. Longaleeres leather la an effective finish, after the pOD Springs with the purpose of in- ZINC SHEIr7TSTRUSa ,
L of lace and net, attached to an style of Mexican work. Where thisis ucjngrcapgress to appropriate moneyto lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
p'' u 'invisible net yoke can then be slipped Introduced, beads may be used in make it a government deep water RODS I

; i in and tacked In place. colors which tone with the embroidery. hannel, will be recommended by BOLTSSTRUCTURAL Couches Etc.This
Capt.: W. E. Bie. chief of that district .
of the Florida division of the United

DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER States engineering corps. IRON WORKOF

CALOMEL Ojus.-Falling in line with the Miami ALL KINDS store U making a record for itself ia the ratter of

idea, Ojua has organized an Improvement helping people to outfit home. Cons and .... Oar price are

i.; :e MAKES YOU SICKAND SALIVATES of concerted association action calculated for the to purpose bring ALL HARD WOODS right

bout improvements and at the same LAUNCHES

time promote harmony for-the general DORIES AND

betterment of the community.association will One be of SKIFFS TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: :
of the
first acts
"ii1" the
Tone Your dealer
tonight. or
; Unr T... Starts Your UnrBttor sells you a SO cent bottl l. of Dodwm's to. recommend to the county commis- BUILT TO

t, \, ,..' Liver Tone under personal loners that road improvement be given -, ORDER
p D'\, k flu CaloBil lid !yUsi back guarantee that my each spoonful money will the citizens of that community. BOILERS AND N* matter what load of a* Eagine you have-Gat, Steal,

a 'I a DI,'. Wa clean your sluggish liver better than ado4M Miami.-!....Mrs. Carl Jermiassen, of TANKS BUILT TO Railroad or Stationary Eagiae--we have. exactly the Tool yen
ri i
of calomel and that U I won'tmake
nasty..iolt.DodIlOl1' Miami, has opened a sanitarium in ORDER need ia your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, et&, 'VI

r'fiLlv.n wp your sluggish liver Feel. you. Liver Tone Is Teal liver a Southside boon to, which sick is expected to prove to PUMPS FOR ALL, all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will

Dne and cheerful be vigorous make aad your full of work ambition. medicine. You'll know it next moreingbeeause he belief of Dr. A. height Monroe of PURPOSES surprise yea This store has the repatatioa of handling oaly

pleasure. Bat take fo nasty dangerous i you will wake up feeling fine, hat city. The house, which is located COMPETENT FORCEFOR ) hardware that b of superior quality and yea will make BO ...

.calomel because It makes you sick and your and dizziness liver will be working stomach; bemdaohe will he on Miami avenue, is large and airy.JHICHESTEJRSJPrLLS, ROAD VOORK take ia comlag her NOW and Inspecting oar hij stock.
7.,1 lose daT" work.
) I I'I'T a
sweet and'bowel. regular. AT ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE
OaJomel I. ,mercury or yuickall'eeri
*''wbkhcauads'' necrosis of the bones.'Calomel Dodson'a Liver Tone Is entirely vegetable (

q i crashes Uto sour bile like therefore harmless and can not .. ,..
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f 'idyaamitei breaking it up. That' whea salivate. Give It to year children. (......-. OrD ,
-. boa feet that awful} aauaea and sramplng.'Listev Millions of people are ttslng Dad..,,'. 1"1.-III U-_ -W -- ..- Osceoia Hardware Company' (

-,:: to..tteirlf, you. want to enjoy.nlMstvC Liver Tone instead of dangerous ealemelnow. ....'MJ,";
.. a .nBtlst. Your druggist will tell you that A .... .aA" P. Y
,eJe .... eKp8rl leJust the sale of Calomel U almost ,8tofpedeJlt.IaI1 .. ._----Al-.. 1
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11 > M 1111 ii'" MI' 111111111" 'APPI. *CATIOlf I IfOTICB"or INCOIUyHATiON. S S be th*'pel-sorts'who lgned i -th* foregoing !, lered"spread upon the -vtinute' book. ''
jon 0. : 1.ii ., D. 1
howd. th
Klcalmme report .
'' S S S proposed of th* < HARRIET EL ADAMS Jl. : ,
:' .. C. : Notice 't, hereby 'en'tlat we'thd Cattle who after being lowing balance*, on hand _

c Legal f r . .. . .f rie .undersigned . .and laorpra duly .worn sack ..p. and says they Oeneral 'Revenue, PHYSICIAN'and.GEON' "
: _
In the mattereatate of Adda tars, wil apply to th each the the uees anprpoees *
"In '
rl* O.ra..1 no... ',la ,Probate. State Florid- his ollo at the therein *xpressed. General*' School Fun4.1.,1 .

.AdvertisementsiiiniiiiiniiiiiHi' TO It May Concern '> Capitol at Tallahassee, oa the -. Given.nder my band and aat this toad .. _.... 'Office at Reeldeaee, ..)a..1>
: Notice t* hereby STireie-by tb-.ndr4 list day of June. ItH, for the Issue of ITth day of May. A. D., Itlf. Special -Publicity-. _ fI7.1. Telephone lit JCF. ,
. '
: signed that ontbe l'th day of June P.nt on the folowln. Artl- (Sal) LEWIS OBRA No., ...._. _' 1,145.9$ f, ,S
-; 1,1I !. A. D., Itlf she will .pply to the Hon I ..lee of 10corprato. fOi ... 'Notary Publlo . 8ub-8clol DI.t No. ___ IU." _ _
'My commission Jan 1. "lt. Sub-Shol DI.t' S -S S
.HOTICR OP. ItTrrioi' > AITtY 'orable..County M.Murphy State, County.or Floridaat Jade ofOaoeola I Cattle Company., kJowa .NB. .Imm. Lewis Olran .xplr.. for Incorpo- 1 DI.t.. NG 7 4 ,_, 11.1.1 .. ,
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1 rod LBTTHRS PATENT. AMEND.INQ the courthouse In ,Klsslmmee for permission L. LE8LETV rat S 1 2-4t 8Chol DI.c. No< I..l, | .. .
8ub.Scbol No
I I VHH'' CHARTER.. '" Interest to cell at the tTI.' : undivided In W. C. BASS.ARAMINTA .E. BASS XOTICH 4>"AD1IJfI.T-Ta D.t DI.t 6 ,... ..- .*... .1. 1RBE.

r N IC)8$ Ie IUlr.hy"r1".n that on'Tuesd&y. the folowln..d..crb. ,., .ENNl LEBLBf._ :' S . proprt
May tfth, U11. Th. Water *. In the following ..' S
Car.on Grocery Company& a corpora of Florida, visa . Oc.o. S PROPOSED CHARTER KISSIM- !. 6jr* *f, Cu tr..Judge. Btat. S.f \ .fUnd:, Steel Ceilings Specialty \ .
k tlon under th* lawa ofIorld... will Beginning at the North .Corner 'Of MEl CASTLE COMPANY. Flerlla. Oes la C*.aty.i Road -r.--------.I t'14.1' S S

r. .*pplf for letters patent amending. It. Lot Seven U) of Block T.n.UO of the ARTICLE L *> vs ....* .c ..-.. i.c".11 ': Via, '
'it charter *o.a* to read aa follow: South Florida cpmpany'sSurvey P.te GuU. Fin. and ForfeitureSpecial 419.6? " m.lal.!. ,
?, "'.'. N. C. BRYAN 8*o. of the Rairoa and The name of this corporation shall * given, to all. whomIt PublicityTh _. __o._.__._. all.1 S 5 4r '
\ C. A. CARSON Pr... run thence In KI..lmme. b. KI..hnm.Cattle and It* may enrn.thaC on the 4th day of S
;- I a Suth..terl directon principal place of CompnJ. .. . .. I shall apply to tax collector tiled his Teportshowing
r fnot tn1 Klssimmea .h..1 b the Honorable .'liMurphy Judge of the amount to b*
In the City olte
Broadway In aSouthwesterly' ; DR. W.SIMPSON
O1n- r
WATERS' b from the .varlou fund, ...
CHARTER or TUB on.I direction alone said ty. Florida with branch office In said court U a* forfinal J'
admlnl.frator Oenerel.Rerenue __.._ _. 4.01'.11
place or place In the State of Floridasad dlschsrg as of the ? -k
I SON CJHOCBRV cowrriy.L4 Broadway Street Fifty ($0) feet thence
k General School ... *.. "." '
other place hi th* State* estate of Peter Oullas .and ?. .----. .
North Forty-s Ten <4T> decrees West Unie
Road .. _. ti.S7l.tlFin DENS
to Stewart Avenue and thence North or' In foreign countries, Dire- that at the am* time I will : to --- ----? .?-- I .. S
ARTICLE I. and Forfeiture .__ .._ Upstairs
ton determine. the said court my final a. -?? .00&1 ,
along 8tewart Avenue to the point ofbesrlnnlnsr may l Et.. .
I The name of the corporation shall be said recordedamonir ARTICLE! Jl.Th . administrator said ..tat. U Special hbgr :::: Offlo flours m. to SB. ,_5 ,_
Sur..y I ,
S The Water eV Carson general nature of the business for their approvaLDated tr : '
: .4'
the Public of Orange : 1Op. s*> :
S I:1 i Bub-School I> __ t
pany, and its principal County. Htate of Florida, In Plat Book to b* transacted. by said corporationhall March .. A. 0.. 1911. Telephone Tl J_. IL .
ness shall b. In the city of Klsslmmee, : "A" on Pair It also b* to buy, manage, leaae and I' N.. C. BRYANoanao.forIrno1i Sub.Schol DI.c No ----- .1'.1 No Fe
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4 _____
i Occeola county with branch develop land. conduct a genraleal "dmlnl.trtor. Sub.Shol DIe No "
r.lorld. Lot numbered Two (I) of lock
office* In auch. place* In the estate business and to buy and Hul.Schol DJ.c No I _.-____ 11.1 .
numbered Fourteen of Patrick' .
(14) I
r of Florida, :do other In No( ___ W. W. CARSON
tate place Addition to the town of Klssimme and sell land on its own account and NOT10H OF ADMINISTRATORK 8ub-Shol m.c 10Lt DR '
F the U tg.S or In foreign. countries City Florida. on commission; to build on, own Improve ( neal Dleefcarg Tax collector1 pol tax report. a* : .
aa directors may determine. These present are therefore, to admonish and develop lands owned by thiscorporation ftlo showed the of ItS.OO oollect- .;; 4" '
J ARTICLE IL you If any objections you have : to manufacture lumbar !. Crt. *f Cewatr .lad**. State .tIn DEN :

Af Tb. general nature of the business to to be and appear before the said Judge timber, naval stores cross-ties turpen- Fiend. Tax collector's report of outo licenses Office 0.1 : .

be transacted by said corporation shall at said time and place and present the tine, timber P to.. ; r* estate o John Pierce, Osceola showed the sum of ((1.00 ..oiled OlTIo Hours ,11. 1- . t: j
.am hire own and act a*t.brOaJ.. : co Tax report of Issued -
be to buy, sell and deal In groceries, : .oltor' Offlo 'Phone 161 Residence 'Phbae M "
agents In the ., I tutrebif given to all whomIt I ,
D. of
hardware and all kinds of Dated this 14th day of May A r. sum IK.00 collected '
1* m.retandl.., to buy sell manage lease 'I ture and disposition rel property ..on..rn that on the 10th day for state and the sum of '1'1 for .Administered Ttb'for Itl.f .
KATHRYN and products thereof and comodIUe.. of Itlf, I shall applyto the county. ,
and develop lands and conduct a genSI ** II. WILX. : .
oral real estate business and to buy As Guardian of Adda O.ram. goods, wares and the "' jat.DT. M. Murphy, Judge --Th"roHowlnlf bills were examined --' S I S

'. Bind sell lands for its own account and Minor. every kind. Including naval stores.uackjSmlth's of said of Probate, for approved and ordered paid I IE.
----- cooper's tools and Im- fins administrator of
:::4 on commission; to build on, own. Improve I : i my DLH.S.GEIGER '
ilements and a. mill tools and implements the estate of John Pierce deceased; I.I.y. commissioner ...I 4.00 ,
S and develop land. owned by this L
manufacture QUIET TITLE of : conduct 1 and that at the.same time I will pre H. Lnl.r. com. and mil. 1.00A. "
corporation naval; to orosstles lumber. saw aIr, iat.ln'ema.a:;: and all acid to said court my final accounts as F. A mil. ..00YoMng PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
timber stores turpen- !. Circuit Sev.alh JaJIrlal Circuit
business raise Tlndall and mil. 11.00
Co.r administrator of said estate and ask com. "
tlna timber products and to lease hire .( 1.t. *f Klortda !. and and ell .. and Iv" of all for their 'v. F. Walker com. and miL 20.00I. Citizens Bank Building ' '
and act broker, factor
a. or accent
own In the sale manufacture anddl.po.ltlon tmr Oseeola . kinds; to purchase In beef and ) da.UvN'. n., IllS. I. E. na.a. Janitor 60.00 Ktulmmee, S '
purchase of real properly and products Arthur K Doneiran complainant vs.Edwin beef products; to own hold and sell T. M. Murphy county judge 16.00 Phones: Office 117 or Ja ,'.'\ '
thereof and commodltlea, foods, M. Randall, Sarah Tracy and ands for pasture and cattle range; to 'P. M. juvenile Judge __. 12.60 Residence Kl 14-lrr *
John Tracy her husband and all par- own. operate lease hire use and maln- SS-26-30-24-88-4S John MurrhY. poor farm 60.00
of kinincluding '
S wares and naval blacksmith'sAnd every ties claimngr! Interest under thesaid atn docks, wharves elevators presses.tanks : II. care of Jail IS.60I. S S
; stores reapcmdenta or otherwise: respondents.Order facilities l L. ,. __ 69.00I. ,
coppersmith's tool. and Implements and storage of every Nellie *f A p>llra lsi fee Tax Deed Overstreet. clerk-auditor
at ..bll.- le.. kind( and to receive profits and tolls . . H. Farmer capt. con. guards 90.00 ,
and aawmlll tools and Implements > n74 sad Slit ie er i T. RIVERS. IL D. .
of all sorts to operate and con- To All Whom It M"ay Concern: herefrom: to buy, sell handle for Its l 1.0.. 1..1. State .f ... (1. W. Athlon mgr. of tram 7.00 f ;. ;
It filed In this 8.t.l. S
appearing by
mills and allbusiness RIldavl own account or on commission, turpentine : Frank Kvan maintenance -
duct sawmills planlnK cause that the the respond rosin and all kinds of naval Notice Is hereby given that Henja- Miss Ada Lewis maintenance '.- : 00Samuel PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '
Incident thereto to. buy
ral.1 ent. Edwin Randall, Is unknown and 1 store timber and agricultural prod < mln R. White purchaser of Tax Cortl- maintenance 6.00

t.rd.e to cJ 'ha'd:: dear llvi-stock In e.b..f .of and that there Is no person In the ;the ucts, to operate stills and machinery I I flcate No. 846. dated 3d day of April. J. H. Monl.doc... ..._ 10.00I. Office over Osceola Pharmacy :
hold and sell Idehr a subpoena I for the manufacture of naval stores | A. I). 1802. has filed said certificate In InKram. fd bill 171 10 S
lands products for : and own cattle range to d such d.'f.o'ndw thatlie products .f every description ; to erect I my office and has made application for 1* l.. InKram co. court cost 81.11 'Phone IS 5' ,,j
1....... hire use and maintain ; age of such respondent unknown.I and Maintain tanks and warehouses > tax deed to Isnue In ac..ordRnc. with State of Kla.. lease of convicts 14*.
own.docks operate.wharves elevators ....-, I.. I h..refor. ordered that the said for the storage of naval stores and law.. Said c..rlln"RI. embraces the following Austin Brother. road drag 20.00 ., '
tanks and storage facilities 0 fre... n and he Is hereby required colon and other products and to I..u. described land lying and beingIn W. C. Iro. Co. sup. Arm. airt. 7.70
to at to the Bill of Complaintll of Osceola State of Flor- -
kind and to receive profits .loraj. or warehouse receipts against the County W. C. Co.. groo rd. gang l.tlJ.
.5 ; dl'n10:0; : In cause on or before .., compound and refine ; Ida. to-wlt : I. '. drug S
Its Rob..on. -
"therefrom to buy, sell Ih. . 01.
; he rule In June. A. D.. being of the SoutheaSt DR. L. .
commission 195. to n on, buy. The quarter Cypress Co.. lumber 4 BO C HAT '
own. account rosin and or all on kinds of naval lurp..ntine. tores-. the seventh. day of the month deal In r.\.. staves.1.1 rl ., quarter of Section 18. Iverllar.. Co., f..d 2f *2 S ; .
otherwise the aleatlon. of the said of similar 3outh. Range 27 Knst. The.o-I.Ir Palace Drug Store officers f 60 "f'S
supplies up. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
timber and agricultural products; tooperate '
bill -will be .... by the assessed at the date .
stills and machinery for the kinds; to buy and deal In groceries being Palace Drug Store Inter files 100 '
manufacture of naval atorts products said respondent.It dry goods hardware and all kinds of ancn of said certificate In the name : Valley Gazette. legal printing 18.76 ,r '
further ordered that this ordere sell lease, Unknown. Unless said certificate shall SS.SS Klsslmmee. Fla. .
of description; to erect and merchandise to build, buy State Hk. of KIs.. Int. S 5 S
maintain every tanks and warehouses for thetorafre published once a w..k for eight nannice., own. control hire, charter orop..ral. be redeemed according to law tax deed J. Z. Robefson. sup. to Jai 1.10 'Phone* Office 117Residence S "
.f naval stores and cotton and %onn.cutlveweeks In the HissimmeeValley tramways railways.bridges. will Issue thereon on the 21st day of Jim Woodall. guard __ _____ 11.00L 141 5
other products and to lasue storage orS Oasette. a weekly newspaper.published . lighters. englm-a. cars orother June A. D.. 1816. L H. Ingram rent for mules__ 28.00 1, SS SSS
I warehouse receipts against the same; In said county of Osceola. vehicles or means of transportation Witness my hand and official seal at .. Hdw. Co.. sup. for jail 1.78M. : \,
to compound and refine oils; to manufacture and State of Florida and of generalcirculation I of the products of property held. Klsslmmre Ciy.Iorlda this 18th day Katx. dry goods to Jail n__ '
own. buy. sell and deal In In said county. owned controlled "1 manufactured by of May A. I .. 11. J. K. Johnston surveying road 10.00 CEO. F. PARKER :
barrel headings, stills supplies Witness the Honorable James W said company or other persons or corporation (Seal) J OVERSTREKT. t). C. Thompson coffin and burIal S
and materials .tave.1,lar kinds; to Perkins, Judge of the said court and my In connection with the business Clerk Clr..ult Court, Osceola County pauper -.J_ 1(00 i l' ,

buy: sell and deal I In Krocerlrs dry name as clerk thereof and the officialseal of this company hut not to use Mrs L. R. Farmer board prls. 12.00 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '
Srooda. hardware and all kinds of merchandise of said circuit court this the 1st said means of transportation for the Hy JAMES M. JOHNSTON D. C 4. M. Rodgers. guard 26.00
day of April AD.. IIMS.HiHi. of the business of a 22-4t P. Lenton. guard 15.00 '
sell lease.manage I.
; to build. buy purpose. < J. L. OVBRBTREET.A ,
own control hire charter or ) common raise, produce bUY. M. C._ Ollbert. gtiard nOon 26.00John Cl..clon. CnyeaDc "
operate vessel tramw..,... railways Clerk County Court.: Osceola County. sell exchange and deal In trees. plants Hagln. spending 1 00 Specialties S t
bridges lighters enalnrs.I cars or other By JAMBS M. JOHNSTON. shrubs cereals and any and R1 kindsof Henry McKnlgnt, barb.o'rti 2 60

vehicles or means of transportation I of As Deputy Clerk. veiretatile products and fruits of the W Prpntls, rrp. for 7.60 111 1-1 Broadway,.
the products of property held owned .Johnston A Oarrett. *' frui trees, hay and grain and to do Proceedings fi C Stanford Co.. shoe -_::: 41.4O S
controlled or manufactured by said Counsel for Complainant. IBNvftr .n..rRI nursery business; to construct K Handy commissions n____ 47.04

or other persons or corporations erect oberate and maintain a New Eden Plantation Co.. 10 .
,; Company In connection with the businessof .( Aprllratloa fee Tax Deed packing house or packing houses andcanntnir gallons syrup __ _____n__ 16.00 G F. KRIBBS .

thIs. company but not to use saidmean Under 8. ... BT4J BTB Orai51s5.tes factory for fruits, meats and County Commissioners I 4 L. Lupfer commissions _n__ 11.1 f.l 'S'S',' ',. S
vegetables of all kinds, to produce. buyor Fla Metal Products \ '
of transportation for the purpose ot the .. .f Fiends.Notice Co.. paymt.on ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,
of doing; the business of a common lt. otherwise acquire and sell or otherwi.e culverts un____ _______ 296.00 '
e, carrier; to raise, produce. buy. Is hereby given that The Fair dispose. of the products of such Mr.. L. n. Farmer sew. conv. 5.e. .
of Title
'- sell exchange and deal In plant Investment Company, purchaser of TaxCertificate packing. or canning factory or factories The board of county commissionersIn lohn navln. .ar.. pauper ____ 1260H : Examination a Specialty.Notification '.t
r, ,. nrut'a. cereal and any\\I knld No. .75. dated 4th November packing house or .ln.c tolubacrlbe and for Osceola county met In regular F.. Kvan. agrl. agt. -.?_ __ 22 60T and Payment of taxes of ,
of vegetable product and citrus fruits, A. IX. 1896, has filed said Tax Certificate for purchase :'vue.w session on the above date, a full, ." W MII..r. buggy hire ___._ 500 noa-resldents given careful. . S ''

I fruit tree, hay and xraln and to do a In my office and has made application hold for Investment or .. board being In attendance, and J. 1... "lark tobacco _________ 2160oncenla attention. S .:
.J... general nursery-"busine.s; to construct. for Tax Heed to Issue In accordance and dlspone of and m.k. advancementsupon Overstreet. clerk and auditor lldw. Co.. aup. c. h. _n 7 81 Klsilmmee. Fla. SPat
S e>rect operate and maintain a packing with law. Said certificate stocks shares, bonds securities The minute of the last me.lng; were Flor Tyson d..1 con. to camp 20.00 '
liouso ol packing houses and canning embraces the following de."rlbl property -. or obl..otonR of othi-r corporations read and approv..dborlin I Farmer ron. to camp 47.OO Johnston O. P. LZ -
factory foi fruit., meat and vvKelable situated In ().".. State wh.IRo.r wh..rp.r located originated appeared before th** Lumbrr, Co.. lumber -- 0V Ga ,
of all kind to produce buy or or Florida to-wlt. All of Section |8, "1 cngaKcd In "1 pursuing anyone n'hnI'r II. H. Dickinson, and \ .Ryn. Maklnson Co.. (Cr d IgAla. JOHNSTON GARRETT' ; :; :a; i '
otherwise acquire and sell or otherwise Township 87 South. Range 14 Rast.The1 or more kinds of business purposes stated l>lck Inson was ver oil Co.. axle grease un 11 42 I "
dispose of the products of such packS said land being assessed at the "1 objects Indicated herein or old and unabl. to do any amount of IR..ola) Hdw. Co., hwd. rd. __ 24.08
Inn or canning factory or factories date of the Issuance of said owning or holding any .ro..rly of any work and was In need of financial aid C. p Walker team work n_ 6.00 ATORNY.AT-LW. '
purklnr house or packing houses; to the name of Fla. .rln..leIn kind mentioned herein fr.r the county, and that he would \. \ t'rosi.y l road Work ___ 7.60 .
subscribe for purchase, receive, own Unleas said certificate .fomm..rcl.1 tion owning or holding stocks or obli like for the board of commissioners to I V Lunler rep. on bridge ._ 2 OO Offices 10, 1 and 12 ,Citizen Bank,. S

hold for Investment or otherwise sail ed according to law. tax deed r..d..em-I { f anY such "h investigate I the case and do as they . E. Youn. reo. on bridge .. 16.00 BuildingKlsslmmee '. :.:; '

an] dispose of and make alvanc..m..nt.up. thereon on the Z7th day of May. A. ah'InRlh. owners or f.'c deemed best. So. Ry. Co., sup. __. 642.1 > ,' '
.to..k. shares. bond.. securities 1 II>., IS IB. .lo.k. .nd. or obIKall. K. appeared beforethe OMcrola Auto Co.-trip jury p. f. f.OO ,r; 4
.' or obligations of other corporations Witness my hand and official seal atKIsHlmmee i. rise RI the , powers and prlvl- .b Rrlo: \: r"tt a number of thecitizens Ira Ogl..sby. witness ._ __ __ 1.20 ., '. ,
located. originated I..g" thereof and to exercise district of
wherever of Creek Mrs. I
; whatsoever ownership Shingle Mary nurse :
or engaged In or pursuing any one City Florid.this 27tK day RI and' any voting powers thereof and stated that he had been requestedto ( Ph..rllo. _uu_________ 5.00 Louis C. Massey T. Plcton Wsrlow.. ', ,' S
or more kinds of business purposesor of Apri. A. D.. 1 Pl.. ; Sell morlg.g. sublet pledge before the board and enter a Walker Evans A Cogswell supplies Lat Counsel for Judge of the ,4, -,, S S S

ohlects Indicated herein or owning (* ) J. OVERSTREET. hire lease qr con v the property of protest apP"'o against board a Mr. officers .._________._____ 10.00 Fla. R. R. Comm OrlmlnaC., :,( .S
or holding any property of any kind Clerk CI r.uCourt.. O.c.o'County thts corporation ,any part thereof Dickinson, nl.l h he, f.n'l: Oo.>oa Tele. Co.. telephones. -. f.OO MASSEY & :, ;..:r, .

e. '.<: mentioned herein or any corporation Florida.By at will and to InVest the proceeds at never done y n the F. IS. Williams lumber __h___ 2.S1 WAOW" '
owning or holding stocks or obligations I JAMES M. JOHNSTON. D. C. pleasure and I In such manner aa maybe 'on'.yhI' being here, and had been John H. Balsden burial Jessie ATTORNEYS '", .

of any such corporation and while the l -4t determined by the .; to conduct contrary to every move Rogers --__.________..__. ---_ f.OOLawrence aDt COUNSEL... 'Stf .,: .
owners or holders of any stocks bonds any part of Its business to ment that had been made to advance Sullivan, rel. fee ____ 5.00 In all the court of the StateT .' ,
t S or obligation.. to exercise all the right.. NOTICE: 6f AI'PI.ICATIOJ FOR have offices and agencies and rode their district and that he wanted the Mm. Leacy John*. maintenance 5.00 Prte.* United State, also before (I 'S S
S power and privilege of ownership S ploy officer and agent at such : commissioners to send him to the coun IA H. Ingram, conviction fee ___ 140.00I. the Florida' id '

thereof and to exercise. all and any U.... See l..* BT4 ... BTB Oeaermltatsite in this state and other states ty poor tarm if'tbey decided to aid him H Ingram co."ourt costs _.. 101.96 the . Rairo.Cmml..IOo. ''. . S
L voting powers thereof) to sell mortgage eign countries- may be requisite ornecessary in any way. ,; J. co. court cost 120.1 ,.
( tli State *f '
aublet. pledge, hire leas or F.r. for the carrying on of said Upon motion of R. V. Lanier seconded R. 8. maintenance _. (..00Kl IJ-14 Charleston 'Bids i- ,

tStS i convey the property Of this corpora- Notice 1* hereby given that John A. business or furthering the need of said by W. K. Walker, the boa agreed *. Wagon ...*..< (..01ElloU. Orlando .' .', I" -\" i .
t tlon or any I part thereof at will and Bchrelfels, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. corporation said necessity to b* determined to donate the sumof16 towards Co. bok typew.2lO.OO, S .,.
l to>> invest the proceeds at pleasure and 601. dated Sth day of JUne A. D., In the dl.C1'eto Judgment the support of Mr. ptckfnson.Messrs .
S_ 1J% puck manner as may b. determined 188T, baa filed said tax certificate In of the Board anl to receive ). W. M. Snyder, Levi Shaxn There'being'no' further bU ln.'the S., ,S 5 ." 5 e'S .:: ,

by the by-laws: to conduct any part off my office and has made application for payment for capital stock subscribedfor bow and O. Smith appeared before. board adjourned to meet again In next M. 'J . ': .!i
its business and to have offices and tax deed to laeue In accordancewith In or I In property, labor or the board J.wanted them to pay for regular ......Ion.E. DR mC' '
agencies and to employ officers and law. Said certificate embraces the following services at 'just valuation therefor In the amount of land used by the county 1 LESLEY.
agent. at such plaCes. In this state and described property situated In the discretion and judgment of the for road purposes In crossing their five- Chairman. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .

other states or foreign countries as, Oto-ol. cuvnty state of Florida, to* Board of Dlr..lor; to make contractsof acre tracts on the road from 81. Cloudto J. 1 OVERSTREET.CI..rk, S f ,., .t. ,, A.'
may be requisite or necessary for the wit: 1.ln..n': at the southwest corner anY kind whatsoever for the fur- Alligator Well. The board. after and Auditor. .. S
carrying on of said business or furtherIng of of the NE 1-4 of section thcrsnce of Its purposes or business Investigating the matter advised the Office State Bank Building, j S S j
needs of said corporation said 18, 2B Including or contracts between ALL DAY MEETING. S
the ::: agreements gentlemen that the county came Into Phones: Office 41 t '
necessity to be. determined In the. discretion east, run north IJ ., tzrrrlgo': said I : 0;:: fronn1n Individuals possession of the right of way of said Residence 49 51 '
and judgment of the board of south Ie rods Z 1-S other any road by due course of law and that they The people of Shingle Creek have -,
director.: to receive payment for cap- 16 rods to place of the lines of business of this corpo- would have to look to the parties Hell- ..
5S5 ital stock subscribed for In money or The said land blntg assessed at the rstlon. to do any and all things that ing them the land for their damagesand arranged to have an all day home S

4 In property labor or services at a lust date of the .. said c..rlncat. are or may be necessary or properto that they had no claims against coming gathering at the
discretion or In the. of J. T. .. J. W. S
valuation thereof In the name be done for the furtherance of the the county.
Judgment of the board of directors; to said certificate shall be redeemed according purposes of this corporation or for carrying W li. Crawford, attorney appointedto church at that pl.o on Sunday, May mOMPONFUNERL .

make contracts of any kinds whatsoi law. tax deed will Issue Into effect the powers herein report on the above matter report 30. : S
ever for the furtherance of Its purposes ih
or bualness. Including agreements 1115. ARTICLE II IS complied with the law In every the to old settlers and fortnerresidents. DIRECTOR 4
between. the said \Mliioiis hand and seal atKissimmee stock of the d..t..1 country
or contracts my 011..1.1 The capital I corporationshall In the of the road .
corporation and Individuals or other CIYi Florida 3rd day be Three Hundred Thousand and Cloud to opening Well. One of the objects of the

corporations In any of the lines I of of May A. No-100 Dollars to be divided Into Three lion T. AII..ator. county Judge appeared meeting is get together for a day I II
business of this corporation; to do any (Peal) J. L. OVERSTREET Thou..nd Shares of the par value of before the board and asked that those who t reside in the neighbor- I
S and all things that are or may be. Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County One Hundred .each which said the commissioners have placed now .
Dolar a ,
necessary or proper to be done for Florida capital stock paid for In cashor In front o fth courthouse, IKht that hoood and as many as possible of LCENSED EMBALMER 'j"

the furtherance of the purpose of this By M. .JOHNSTON. D. C. In property labor or services at a It was so dark coming up the stepsat those who formerly resided in
corporation or for carrying Into effect 20-4 Just valuation to be fixed by the Directors night that b was danger of a .
munity. There will be several r.!
herein granted..ARTXCL.E of at meeting called ug- Store and
the Dowers the company a person getting The board Instructed Chapel. Stwa AT*.
III. NOTICE OF ELECTION.In for that purpose.ARTICLE. the clerk to write the city ious services conducted during theoay _' s,"
IV. dhave. them place a light and dinner will be served in the glkjve ,S
The capital stock of the corporation compliance with law In such "ouncl an
Idt .I The term for which this '
hall be One Hundred Thousand and case made and It I hereby corpQraUn. designated. surrounding the church. F :
no-100 ($100.000 00) Dollara. to be divided announced and : .. an election shall exist shall ARTICLE be r V. Pension claim of Levi I Drawdy. waspassed Those having the affair in Charge
Sharesof for further
Into One Thousand (1.000) will be held at St. Osceolacounty oon.ld..ra10n.Letter
of Hundred The oll'lcer of this corporation shall from 8. T. that will be glad to have the friends help
the value One Florida on June IS
par P. A. Tan W. B. Crawfor .
(moo.oo Dollars ...Ch.ARTICLI1. rv. A. D. K1B, for the Bturd..y.purpose of determining be Secretary a Pr..ld..nt.a Treasurer a Vlce.Pre.ld.nt.and a of a the from county his comml..lon.r. In Plnedale on dig South a ditch to advertise the meeting by writing let A. *

The term for which! this corporation I or not the following not .than three nor more than nine a pond so place the. water will drain : ters t any one whom they may VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD .
e'territory shall become a speclsl and
The offices of President f
Into Shingle Creek was read and discussed
shall exist shall be perpetuaL district, vi.: fIreclor. t b intrest.
be held
ARTICLBI V. may by one 1 and passed to be. taken up at is ,
Beginning I at the northwest corner f S
-Th officers of thl. corporation shall the town of St. Cloud Osceola county.Florida o. same be person.selected The at Board the annual of Directorsshall stockholders the next regular meeting with the sur all and crdial imotton will extnde.t Offices 8 Citizens B ) .,.
a secretary veyor. anangement t
b. a president vice-president on the township line dividing meeting to be held In the City .,; 1rlssimmee
) treasurer and a board or not township : Notary public bond of Hon O. F.Krlbb. take care come. While .
a SB and St. and running .
than ninedirectors. of Klsslmmee, Osceola County Florida .. with John M. and M. Katz : .. a
lea than throe nor more west along; said township line the third Monday In each L meeting has been especially designed :
andtreasurer th.ncl on and .
The offices of secretary 'Uf; as sureties was approv
east bank of the canal connectIng -
be held by one and the year beginning In the year for the settlers and formre resident$ S _. ,5 S. tvc: ;

ama person.may The board of director Tonopekallga Lake Tohopekallga, running and thence East In Lake asouthwesterly Until the first annual m..etng officers of the. ed.The board ordered that the clerk. yet a.hearty welcome is extended t S '.
and until
at the annual stock stockholders draw a warrant for the sum of 111.31
hall be selected direction with said all and strangers are urged p '
C be held In the City above are elected and quail- favor of the State. Bank of Klsslm t "
to mentione la
holders' meeting canal to Lake thence : LEWIS .
fled at election the officer can be found no hospitable
of Klsslmmee. Osoeola county. Florid. .TOhopkalga mee as Interest. for one month on two ; Th.r CRYA
following na the of the shall 1 be: L.Lesley. .
Monday In January of each county warrants. people in the than the
on the meandering/'of Lake to . att '
Tohopekallga President W. C. B. -
; until .1
The board then took a recess I.
var. where It with the Shingle Creek folks are anzSous j
ARTICLE VI. the point connect President; Araminta E. Bass, .- 1p.m.The we ATORNEY.AT-LW
amount of indbtedneesto canal from Lake Cypress thence southerly ; Jennie K. Lesley Treasurer; and board convened at I p. m.. all t have everybody come that
The whichthis highest .corporation i shall at anytime a d canal to t township Sff]: K.rr Lesley W. C. Bass. Aramlnta K. present. will, order acquainted with Waring Butldlnf.

itself. shall >>e Two Hundred line rl I. and ,Jennie K. Lesley. Director J. ..r before the t c ,
subject these
Thousand ($20.000.00) thence along said township.line .. .tokbold.r. shall meet In the Cityof b rdHanx ePf:: objected to people.C. ,
and 18-at to the A corner of Section 1. .. .*. the office of this corporation the Hill .1.being made C. BEATTY, Pastor. ,
.1 Dollar Township S8 South Rang* SO.' E..t on June SSth Itlf wider It would take about eight When la N4 ef a .

55 -5- tbersc.south for the Monda'adoptln. by-laws feet of his land and that he had< ICE BOX.DONTI*. 5

No'TIC.NotIce east tween alone township said 28 town.hlf to thence thesoutheast and completing. the of ... : ". most of the road; and Don't set hot cooked foods with VETERINARY SURGEON .k
this corporation.ARTICLB
I* hereby "given that a bill corner of Sect on IC. Town VI. further .tte.that d If the road waswidened strong odors in the refrigerator. Cool -Call Fr

will b* Introduced bor the next lgIslatur hip SS South Range SS East thence The highest amount of Indebtednessto him for the strip otthela : the before putting it in the box.
of the State of Florida forth north to the northeast of Bc oartktn fo "
corner which this corporation shall: at anytime his land. The board .. A. F. RIOIMONDBor ". ,
the City the
purpose of empowering: tion 1. Township SS Suth. Range III subjectItself shall be Five Hundred ter until next meeting. put mt directly upon
of Klslmme. Florida, to provide for East, thence west .. townshipline Thousand Dollars ieit Is the food chamber.If .
of Lake Tohop.kallp 1 (100.000.00) would have the report of the surveyorpresent. .afer **. Clipped tl aa4 up., "
the bulkheadlng between township 27 and 28 to ARTICLE
,1 the limit of said city of K.I2lmm2 *- i the southwest of S4. of the incorporators the amount of ic i. very place ;
5- ofperforming ern..r Seton The names and residence B. H. Garret appeared before the Loughman Road fl J:
method and .
the meat granite place on
*. to d.t.rmln. Township 1 Range l.t of this corporation together board and asked that some action betaken pan, pan
.uch worK. and to assess thence r: .thl\ township with the amount of stock subscribedfor on the Campbell City road a* 'Phon 11J.a. .Pla.. VdOTTUKB j
benefit and damage against propertyaffected viding 'h.htlo and 26 thencewest by each, as follows: runs next to the The board ice.Don't water from refrigerator
S by said work. along township line to the E. U I: Klsslmmee, FI.... 1.000 I the rairoad. I the MJENTZFainter. 'J
1I..t H. R. MAT. Ma.or. point of beginning .har. : : .. and put In good' purposes.Don't ', I
S And also to determine who shall W. C. . .. .., Fla 1,000 f'c\; date. make the refrigerator a catchall Decorator Paper Itaac 44' .

serve a* school trustees of said districtfor shares. The .. that a warrant be for odds and ends of Keep all .
two year next after the electionand fo. A Specialty In Inside FlnUMnc e3
DMINITHATION NOTICE.Nettee Aramlnta E. Bass. Klsslmmee Fa. drawn In favor of Lawrence SullivanIn HOQ .
used in
these save
of of dlstrlct some '
to fix the number up -
mil. COO ahares.Jennie the sum of IB a* release fee All Work Q ., ,
fee PII DI.- school tax to b* collected K. Klsslmmee Fla.. the fo fresh
.1 AdIaiSTt r L.I..y. The clerk was Instructed to write .pac mtr& Reasonable
Ia .v..rt .1 "..... annually for the said two year 100 share the comptroller for an additional ..xt.n.I Dont leave It CU.R ,J

''o-Ia.haVE. tJ Ieaa"". ......... Th following to act named at aald persons election ware: Dai appointed In set witness our hand whereof-and w seals* have this hereunto 17th. .I Ion The of board the tax appointed book for Hon.thirty B. 1 to tell you fo offensive 'odor ht r.. D. No., 1. Xnm' 1.,,. S -

S S la' r.,1C.ta, (. .r.R.' Lobr. Barber Jack Blmmon and J. I.. Cum day.of May, A. D. Itlf. Ie y a* a committee of one to *dt needs attention. '"
S Notice la ..eebp"gtvel' to all whom mines, inspector, ; .John .ohn.ton (Seal) W. (,. BASS, matter of county booklet up .... Dont cover shelves nor Ice, .as this J- Robert .Riddel
the 11th day off dark. ( ) ARAMINTA B. BA8&
o. and revise and
it eoDoern Sal of trade repor;
may 11' J shall apply to BonI Dens t>y order'of the Board of Pub ( ) bard and the stops the air erltoo ,
July, .A.. v.. ) I L LILT ,rervl*** meeting .brd
)kurphy. judge 'O* said no Instruction. Oaoeola .count Florgjjtbj. ( ) relMted all bide this open us- : :
orable,I w"i".c JkXe'i mhdar of A. 111$. Sal LJT. on printing. Dn' t. '
anal to A.wn
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,4 eadV and that .at. the same .Urn OSI Balsden In the ot $ burial Ifta MriM,.TM DM Nst'Afl.ct'ThsIIs.d ew c.L
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a will a. admlnUtrator 1r said Atlantic has "a '"jitney bog" before me,Itb Notary Publlo In and forth The general presentment of tbe etsaee of itS tomle sad leashes eaeet, f-AZA $ ." -, _-.

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: : ( SALE OPENS SATURDAY; MAY 22, 8:30 A. M.. 1 1E f

? HERE ARE tTu: :$:A CGFAIN S= ,

Eighty pair Men' Sixty pairs Men's $4.50 $3 25 Six pair Boys* $ 00 Thirty pain. Ladies $3.00 and $2.75 Lace

$5.50 Oxford. _______ $3.98 and $4.00 High Shoe $2.50 Ores Shoe /. Oxford
Sixty pain Men' Ten pain Men' Six pairs Boy now $1Ii.2S
$ 98 2.49 ----------------
r $4.50 Oxfords ------- 3.49 $3.50 High Shoe. ---- IIi $3.00 Dress Show Twenty-fiye pair Ladie'

Ninety pairs Men' 3.49 Fifteen pair Men' $1 98 Twenty pair Boy' $2.98 4.00 Satin Pump ---- $ 2.2 5 n J

act $5.00 Oxfords ------- $2.50 High Shoe. ---- Oxfords, were $3.50 r Twenty-6ve pair Ladies of f
Sixty pain Men' Twenty-five pairs Men's $2 Ten pain Boy $1.75 Bal $1.25 n
$2.98 $ I 49 $ 49 -----------
rw M $4.00 Oxford ------- White Canvas Shoes -- $1.75 Shoe --------- Twenty-fir pair Ladies I'

5 Twenty pain Men's $2 19 Ten pain Men' $5 49 Fifteen pair Ladies $1.75 $1 2S $3.00 Dress Shoe --__ $2.25$3.OO

$3.50 Oxfords -------, $7.50 Lace Boots ---- White Canvas Shoe -- Twenty pair Ladies' "t

Ten pairs Men' Four pairs Men's Fifteen pairs Ladies' $1.50 $3.50 Drew Shoe __ "
$ 1 30 $ 3 98 $1 00 -- ,
k $1.75 Romeo. d_ _- $5.00 Lace Boots _--_ White Canvas Shoes Sixty pair1< Ladies' '(.

Twenty pairs Men's $1.75 $1 49 Fifteen pairs Men's $3.50 $2 98 Twenty-five pairs Ladies $2.00 White Can- $2.50 High Shoe __ $ !: 00 4

and $2 Bedroom Slippers. High{ Grade Elk Shoes vas Shoes Twenty-five pair Ladies-

t Six pairs Men's $1 98 Fifteen. pairs Men's $2 5 now ___dd_____ $ 1. 50 Cowpen $1.75 Shoes __ $ I .48 I Ai'

$2.50 Ron>eos ____u_ $3.00 Work Shoes !: Fifty pairs Ladies' $2.98$2.OO Fifty pairs Ladies

Six pair Men's $ 25 Eight pairs Men's $1 98 $3.50 Oxfords _--- $3.50 High Shoes ____ $ 1Ii. 175

1, $1.75 White Canvas .. $2.25 Work Shoes ---- Twenty pairs Ladies Fifteen pair. Men' ?

Four pairs Men's $2.00 White Canvas Fifteen pairs Men's $ I 50 $2.50 Pumps _--- $1.75 Barefoot Sandal $ I 30 +

Rubbersoles $2.00.Work. Shoes _d_ Twenty pairs Ladies Six pair Infanta'75c
49 $2.98
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Twenty pain Men' $2.50 Work Shoes ---- Ten pairs Ladies' Six pair Misses'85c

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+ i $3.00 Work Shoes ---- Six Ladies Ten pair Children'
Eight pairs Men' pair

i .. $4.50 Oxfords _______ $ 3 .49 Twenty'$2.25Work paIn- Boy Shoes $ I 15 $2.50 Lace Oxfords ___ $1Ii.00 $1.25 Moccasins --:----..-98c

160 pair*Highen's, $ 3 98 150 pairs of Boy Dress----Pants reduced to Sixty. pairs Ladies' $3 00 Ten pair Ladies $1.50 .
$5.00 oc:., ---- rock bottom prices. $3..75Pumps ___n___ $2.00 Moccasin ______ {

i 200 pair of Misses and Children' Shoe 75 pairs Men's Overalls will be sold at cost. 50 pairs of Boys' Work Pants at absolute 50 pair of Boys' Overalls at remarkable Si i'

'\ cut in proportion. 75 pairs Men's Work Pants at cost cost. bargain tALL
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL 100 dozen Men' Medium Weight Undersoils. 50 dozen Ores Shirts. 100 dozen Men's Linen Collars. 100 pair Men' Dress Pants.

''y BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY 100 dozen Men' Summer Weight Under50 dozen Men's Work Shirts. 200 dozen Men's. Women's and Children's 50 Men' Suits. Jt

AT COST suits. 200 Men's and Boys' Hats. Hosiery. 30 Boys' Suits. 50 Suitcases and Handbags.

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Mrs. A. B. Moss, and 'daughter by boat to Baltimore. Clyde expectsto WANTED-Position by cook and all- j.-
Andra who have been spending .the go to New York before he returns round houseman. Will accept .. !
winter with Mrs. Moss parents, Mr. to the Wonder City of St. Cloud. Want Ads. honest employment; references fun'''
;St. Cloud Department and Mrs. Mathews, on Kentucky ave- Miss Almeda Arrowsmith and Mrs. .I I nished. Outlaw (colored). Kissim- 't
; nue leave Saturday for their home atAsh'land Lula Atwater and son are coming mee, Fla. Itpd >,,<
Neb. coming to spend the summer in St. I.
,)'t. Those present were: Mesdames Conn Cloud at the home of Geo. P. and Mrs. FOR SALE OR TRADE for STOLEN-McClellan saddle, specially
( '.News, and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our OwnSpinal ., Edwards, Baxter and Misses Elsie Arrowsmith their parents. These wagon one 2 cy. Buick horse in good and made, ,tan color one girth strap "),;,,>,4'
"' Elizabeth Murray, Ruth' ladies have been teaching school in broken Will pay liberal reward if +
I1 ' Correspondent Feather8I condition, good tires; must sailor returned to S. B. Aultman. y
8 I Bartlett and Renah St. Petersburg, Fla. We are glad to "
'. )<1'," I trade at once. A. M. .Jones, P. Ot .
Fowler. have them.with us for the summer Box .2-1, Klssimmee. 7U I. _ ._ . . . ... ,
W. G. Wise, 'company I.' 16th Iowa Misa Mitty May and Miss Llzeie i TT..9V9. .. 99V9 99..99., . .
.;'The i bo.rd. Of trade'' has 'drafted a G. A. R., post, of which deceased .was and wife tfrom' Moline 111., .nlvlIn Murray' left Tuesday night for' Missouri. DWELLINGS for rent to M o ,0O
..P resolution asking Senator A. E.'Done- a beloved member was held from the St. Cloiid Saturday evening.. Mr. Roy Vandenburgh !pot,out his Tiller. oppljr A NEW TOMATO ROT O
gar to change his>,bill granting- the Methodist church Wednesday after WJse was here two years ago and auto and took them to Kissimmee. i 0 ----:: 4O >
county. commisaionersjthe( right to assess noon at- 8 o'clock and his remains purchased property. lIe has now returned Miss Edna Harris and mother went STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 The Cause of Serious Losses to O R
seven mills for building brick were laid to rest in our cemetery Immediately -j with his family and will builda along to bid them good-bye. Theyare for 1,009.( Cabbage plants at $1.60. O Southern Tomato Growers is 0
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{ roads and three mills for maintaining after; the interment being home and stay In St. Cloud all the coming back soon and there will Peaoh plum pear and cherry tree 8 Found to Be a New Fungus 8O
r 1 other roads to read "hard surface, \Witnessed by a large number of sorrowing year around. be much rejoicing among their many at 10 to 16 cents each. John Light- Growth. 0 v
Instead of brick. relatives and friends. O. J, Demmon leaves on June 8 for friends.F. foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf 4 0 t
2 W,. G. King. who has the distinction Dr. Cooper is survived by a wife,I Kansas Colorado, ,San Francisco F. H. Pope left Tuesday morningfor O OOOOO..O.OOOOOOOOO..
of being the first man to establish step-daughter and a brother who is'' Portland, Ore.jut; Bank, Mont.; Chattanooga Tenn., to be presentat FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story Many carloads of Florida tomatoes ,
7 a residence in St. Cloud and who four years older than himself, living Thermopotis, Wyo.; the latter a great the Dixie highway convention as store building on Braek St. NorthKisslmraee. have been injured or destroyed
'lias been identified with interest in Connecticut. He also has several of boardof H. C. Stanford during
every watering place] and then to Lusk the representative St. Cloud's 29-tf the few months by a rotor ".'
d5 II' of the town. since its inception, cousins in Massachusetts and one i WYO'I his old home. He will be in trade. We hope Mr. Pope will be black past speck" disease which has
', Vwas elected a director of the Semi- niece in Vermont and nephews in Va- oud again in October. able to bring a little Dixie highway FURNISHED ROOMS for light been this than
more prevalent
Hole Land & Investment company at rious parts of the county. Mrs. I S. P. Schatz and wife, J. Schaiz and through St. Cloud. housekeeping at low rates for the heretofore known season have ,
although to
.. .'an.u&lmeetlng of the stockhold- Cooper left to have a much needed wife, and] Mrs. Mason all from California The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. summer. Very close in, in plain occurred in that state to some extent ,
r -j ''wrs held at Alexandria, Va., on the rest and visit with her father Mr. are visiting in St. Cloud this George was the scene at a brilliant view of lake always a good breeze; for three or four years. It is reported -
J Y7tL. Wentworth who has home the very desirable location; all conveniences -
a on week. 'assemblage Wednesday night. Thirty- from
) some sections that the losses
*V Little OUs: Baas entertained a num- lakefront near the canal. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Harris Miaa 'two guests were royally entertained, ; large; porches; any numberof in the field amounted to CO cent
.' 'vber 'of her friends at her home on Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark left Tues I Bessie Harris and Arthur Harris the hostesses being Mrs. Ed Georgeand rooms desired at one-half winter and that fields per
LF some large
'.Pennsylvania: avenue and Fourth day to spend the summer at (Lowell, went to Tampa on Tuesday last, returning Miss Ruth Wyley. RefreshmentsIn rates. -Call or address No. 14 completely infected as to be almost so "
:t:.'street. Massachusetts. Thursday night. the form of cigars cakes and fruit S. Orlando avenue. 18-tf worthless In addition to the field
-t'"' n honor ofaher twelfth robirthdayy.. Harry Williams reports that he hada I Mr. and Mrs. L. Shambow. G. V. were served in abundance.The FOR SALE-Willow losses, tomatoes packed and shipped
f Most of the afternoon was spent in delightful evening in Kissimmee Daugherty and Misses Hazel Sham- favors were beautiful roses baby carriage; in an sound condition develop i'
I condition. Mrs. E. E- apparently
playing .games which are especially last Friday. I bow and Ella McAllister, motored to with cards attached, which were 118 Main street. Naugle 19-tf the rot in transit and reach ;
Interesting to the little folks. At Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow, the Whittier and Kenansville Sunday.Mr. passed around on trays and told the their destination in such condition
'Ai ;about4 o'clock refreshments consisting Misses Hazel Shambow and Edna L.I and Mrs. M. H. Porter, parents recipient the table number at which WANTED Families' washing to that they can not be sold as first class
) of lemonade cake, cookies and Epple motored to Kissimmee on Sat of our local telephone man, E. V. Por- they would start the play. rough dry by respectable person. I, stock. A Denver! commission house
candy: were served by Miss Pearl Bass, urday. ter and his sister, Mrs. J. A. McDonald The game was "Five Hundred," and 423 Verona St. 21-Stpd writes that practically car that
assisted by Miss Elva Underhill. Arthur Harris, who has beein vis- all of Kissimmee, paid him a visit the interest was intense. Mrs. O. L. has arrived in Denver every this has
d' Those present were: Willie Garner iting his brother, Jesse Harris, left last week. booby prize but Mrs. Newt Edwards FOR RENT-Two large furnished ,. shown this disease to quite an year extent. 1
,Irene and Charles Low Jesus and Lilr'bura Tuesday morning for his home at Clarence L. Farris who has been Buckmaster tried her best for the rooms, summer rates $5 each. 113 The Canadian government inspector j
V Godwin Kenneth.and rock, Mac Hennessy. Okla. spending the winter in St. Cloud with beat her to it. It was a radish from Main street- 21-2tpd cars arriving there quite
a 'Ii"' Hollenbangh, Margaret Raymond Miss Bessie Harris, who has been )pa parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Farris. the famous garden belonging to Mrs. ruined.reports
.'S feathers, Irene Obert) Maerioe John- jisiting at the home of her cousin, left for Chicago Thursday morning.Mr. I, Gurdon Clark and Miss Roxine Goodrich FOR SALE-Six old mare. I The department of agriculture has
j ; Lion, Mary Alice Bracey. Tollie, JeYry ease Harris, left Tuesday morning'for and Mrs. A. H. Maiskie left I of which our readers have heard 'three miles northwest year of Kisslro- completed and published a technical s'
+ and,Eva Bass Martha Mowrey, Tobe her home at Cameron Mo. Tuesday for Whitewater Wis. They much. This radish had grown in the mee. J. F. Niswong-er. 22-8tpd study of this trouble, extending over .
Wb. and Otis Bass. Late In the afternoonS Mrs. Vreeland entertained Miss Ada regret very much to leave their many 'shape of a Billikin, and it is highly three years. It finds that the disease,:
children all departed, ands wishing Mumma last Friday. Miss Mumma as they will return in the early fall prized by the winner. FOR RENT-Six room modern.cottage I which will be called the Phoma rot. is
S had enjoyed a nice time, left for Ohio Tuesday friends but it is only for the summer, The prize for ladies was won by close in; $12 per month. E. I new and not to be confused with other
i Otis many more happy returns. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coates re- A. S. Cole and wife and William Mrs. Vic Edwards on a draw with E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur, tomato rots. The fungus causing it I
r .. "At the sanitarium at Formosa on turned Tuesday morning from Tampaand Sullivan and son, of California avenue Mrs.'Carrie Snyder and the prize for ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn). is a parasite belonging to a genus
Tuesday morning May 18, the soul other points of interest, where left on Tuesday morning's train for men was won by Gurdon Clark on a which includes several serious fruit
'of Dr. C. S..Cooper took Its departure they have been spending the past the north. They will visit relativesand draw with Josh-Ferguson. FOR SALE-Two boats one 35x10, and tuber rots and stem blights of
,. "for the home the Redeemer has prepared week. i friends in Cincinnati and Manchester The home of the Georges seemedto 18 H. P. T. & M. engine; IS other crop, but this particular species'
.for all who love Him and keep The Sewing club met with Mrs. I 0., also their old home in be made especially for summer entertainments H ;will sell appears to occur mainlyq; on tomatoes, 4Vf.i
foot 4 P. engine <
js Ills. after 1 111- Gurdon Clark Tuesday afternoon. The Lewis county. Kentucky and Centre- it has : ,
commandments a long I aa spacious verandas also though under certain conditions it
:t lot ness. .He was seventy-two years old. refreshments were appropriate to the ville, Ind. '. will return to St. and a delightful breeze. made cheap. W.; pair large mules.H. 22-tf may attack potatoes It occurs in the ,
1 'i Dr.. Cooper was the first physician in occasion and a delightful afternoonwas I Cloud in the early fall. the evening perfect fields, causing black specks on the
i .St.,Cloud opening an office in a tent. passed. i Ed Ely and wife and P. E. Morgan The following guests were present: PIANO TUNING-I have had eleven leaves, stems, and fruit.The'fruit
Dr.;Cooper and family came to St. Charles Feathers, assistant postmaster and wife drove down to Kenansville Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon Clark Mr. and years' experience on all makes of spot enlarges and becomes very black
t y I Cloud from Springfield. Mass. in the and wife went to Tampa on in Ed's new auto last week to attend Mrs. C. E Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Ed plan ., and can tune clean or re- with pin-point-like pustules filled with
first:,days of the settlement and atonce'took Friday last where Mr. Feathers took the barbecue which was given on the Ely Mr. and Mrs. Josh Ferguson Dr. build your instrument to your en- spores. Both green and ripe tomatoesare
!'AC '/ a stand in the front rank the civil service examination, returnIng occasion of the opening of the new and Mrs O. L. Buckmaster Miss Harriet tire satisfaction or there will be no affected most of the spots usually ,
; of developers, and was identified with here on Monday. bank there. Bartlett, Miss Carrie Snyder Mrs. charge. I lift the keyboard and remove appearing at the stem end. An important '
N 'very public improvement until stricken Mrs. Edward Dale mother of Billy Maj. C. C. Cox late of the 14th Ill. Sawtelle, Miss Roxine Goodrich, S. W. everything but the frame, as point brought out by this .
with disease something over a year Dale left for Chicago and Minnesota Inf., who will have resided in St. Porter Sam Bramah W. J. Dale there is no other way of getting at study; is that the fungus seems' to be *
ago U. was. a member of the board for a visit She will attend the fair Cloud six years in November and Harry Todd Lynn Daugherty, L. L. the dirt, grease..C\lm. pins needles, unable to attack unmutilated "frnit.. > j
47'' of trustees of the, St. Cloud high at San Francisco and return to St. who was -one of the members of the Lucas, and the hostesses., Mr. and buttons and other things that accumulate Some injury,,either by insects, bruises
1t.' .chooI. .and r.much of the success of Cloud In the falL first St. Cloud city council, serving Mrs George and Mildred George and and injure the tone of the or natural crack., must be present to M'' ?
M.. .that ; choo''.wu. due to his untiring Miss Anna 8. Purdy, who has been two yean left for the north and west Miss Wylie.lime. piano. In this climate roaches, rata permit. infection. "It probable that s ,
pi; '-I :effortsHe Joined company A 8th Vt. Wintertheaven winter with friends at Wednesday morning] the 10th Inst. mice and other pests: are liable- in.many Instances where there is littleor
b. t dl. "VoL' Jut., 1 bi the'early; days of the came Monday to spenda While absent he will visit Missouri. Melba, the opera singer; I* injure the'mechanism of''your'instrument : no field Infection the tomatoes be-:' t' ... '"'
,F d t .ehrlf war and. served with distinction few days with her parents: Mr. and Kansas Illinois, Iowa New Mexico said to have accumulated a fortuneof and it is necessary-that it come Injured during; .harvesting ,' ".J until the; *nd.-:.. .Church 'work was Mrs P. V. L. Purdy on. Maryland' and Colorado, closing his itinerary by over $1,000,000 since,she began to should be looked after oftener than packing and/are Infected in'the pack ""; flog ,
f 'dearer to the bear of Dn. Cooper than avenue. *\ attending the national encampment. at use her voice !>commercial, : purposes; in higher latitudes."jCharges rea- houses','It is likely that,by.more;[.'/ !"
; was superintendent Mrs Frank Gilbert'entertained 'in Washington. . .. I' IOnabl..clependinar on .amount of careful bandlinc-and the prompt,destruction ,
: 4)tJI.Methodist.Sunday:school for a honor of Miss ;.Elizabeth"Murray 'onThursdays ''? Clyde Edwards wife and baby and \ If,boiled frosting has bMn.'eooDCI> 'work necessary.,*. Drop me. a< cardatst.ClCQd. of-air Infected J ateriat'th.. /,,'
m' and >''a "member., f the'official : : May }$. A -very' enjoy* A." ,I>urham 'and wife left Tuesday too long'it may be rendered smooth <,,,' .nd'I-wID comer over1 loss during shipments, caft.tte .
/'board .of'the'Methodlllt church. Th. able:time/was bad.-, Dainty, refreshments for' a four month'Malt with*friends again by a piece of butter thee ( "' .t any' time.,'''E.": D,>Shreve-St.; The disease wil). not develop at _> torn a
"Ii;....:. ..hJda''WU.ID char .f the, ., were,,.served'by. ..', !hostess and relative. la, i 1\Ther.; ; went e. of a adding,before beating hf' _.Cloud,Fist, '- ;V22ltpd perature of.44 degrees -Fahrenheit*.**:
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