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: February 5, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00684
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,I *, WRECKS PLANT AND JARS CITY
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ENROLLED IN leen" were omitted from the 0 TRY TO CUTEXPENSES - - - .
paper. For the benefit of read0 .

era Interested in this story, the Local Residents Thought. .Earthquake Was Cause
chapter that should have appearO ADVERTISE '
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1915 ed this week will be run next O of Dishes Rattling and Doors Banging--Dos ._ "
Y. week and the story continued + '

:.. regularly until completed. + stroyed Mill Owned'.by;:Klssimmee',Men. '

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::: ; Valued I Refuse Special License to Two men killed and three other. badly iajared' a* the result of a'boHer

: : School Property explosion at a shingle and lumber mill tea miles from here,.near'' Cooley. .*

r. SEARS OFF TO Theater THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONER'S the Orlando road, was the appalling' tragedy'that broke in' .pea the:qaiet '

t At $47,500, Company WILL SETTING ISSUE OFFICIAL FORTH OPPORTUNITIES BOOKLET -: life of dI.'city Thursday momla* The explosion wu 1oud.distiaetly: and ,'

AND RESOURCES. the jar fell by resident made many think there. had been .. earthquake shock. .
HEAVY RAINS CAUSE NUMER-
1" The explosion occi: trtd:at 8 .'dock in the and '
FOURTEEN NEW SCHOOLS HAVE i WASHINGTONCONGRESSMANELECT OUS : OF FLOODED The" : morning a telephone message
'' BEEN ESTABLISHED SINCE COMPLAINTS; > ASKS session county last commissioners Monday put in in a regular full- for medical aid reached here a few minutes later.. Doctors Riven. and Hyatt
l. 1898-OTHERS WILL BE BUILT I CITY REDUCE WATER RATES. rushed t. the in antomobiles
AS FAST AS COUNTY'S SETTLEMENT day transacting routine business and scene at one'and rendered what,assistance was
''> considering the many and varied requests possible. The dead .
DEMANDS IT. SAYS liE "Economy In all departments" was are:
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HIS EFFORTS the that blade of them.In W. E. Hall of this aged .
WILL DEVOTE BEST slogan ruled the regular city, twen!I' a t'
It is an oft-repeated saying in Os- TO WELFARE OF THE meeting of the city council Tuesday regard to the county's publicity ty-three..and.. K J. Tiner, of Pinecatle. *- : ,
, ceola county that whatever differencesthe FOURTH DISTRICT. night. fund and requests that had been made PRIMARY MARCH 6;
people of the county may haveon The city fathers are somewhat from the boards of trades that they Orange: county, aged thirty6ve. ,

other subjects they are of one accord Congressman elect W. 1. Sears left purzlod about expenses and a long be allowed a part of the fund for advertising Neither were married. Hall leaves .a!I POLL TAX: MUST BE
on the subject of public schools. Tpesday night for Washington wherehe discussion followed a recommendation Mr. Sears, as attorney could brother Vernon Hall, of Kistimmee, .,
That is to eay that anything that will spend the month of February that the water and light committee gave the opinion that the county and a father at Millville Fla. His
means the growth and expansion of getting familiar with the duties look into the matter of the num- not legally apportion the money that ''
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way because if one community was body was brought here laser in the I PAiDjy 13
the county's public school system is of his office before taking his seat ber of employees now working in I :
given a portion of the fund to advertise day for buriaL Tyner leaves sisterat
always unanimously supported withan In March. He expects to be In Wash these two departments with a view a ,
enthusiasm as remarkable as it is ington until about the middle ol of finding out If it is possible to I their would com- Orlando and Haines City. Hit body i The City's Democratic' execptlre
munity in the ..entiI
effective. I here to eliminate some of them. The county committee has issued a'call'for
April when he will return general was taken to the former place. a
tled to portion and the land
, I large '
For this reason the.public schools of, spend the summer gain cover his district opinion of the counel was that primary on March C to nominate candidates .
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Bell and
who also B. both
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taxpayers Duggar. ;
companies are large
Osceola county have experienced and I unless a special session of con- two engineers and two firemen in for the city offices to be fill
'' I would have a right to expect this city were hurt and badly bruised ed. The general election" '
. are now experiencing a steady healthy gress demands his presence at the add lion to the superintendent and 'date ,1s
growth, good to see, because itl I I capital. One lineman, should prove sufficient .'ings.a part. Mr.of it Sears to advertise made the their hold- Lewis Jone. a negro, of Oveida, wa March 17, and the attention of votersL
fact that the children I IkXthe to the work. It stated suggestion called to'the fact 'that' they.mast
points to the I Before leaving for Washington Mr. carry on was I that-the commissioners injured. about the head and at Gril I
employ
county are being given the best I Sears stated that In taking up his that at the present time six men are a competent pay their poll taxes.not later'.than::
p*! ,* -educational advantages possible. As; work as congressman of the Fourth regularly emjloyed and several "ex- 'I man to prepare a booklet representative it was thought he had received fatal! February IS la order to. qualify, for

fast as the county's settlement demands -j District It was his Intention to do tras" Some of the councilmen that the board of the entire county and internal injuries but later be recovered this election. '" ', ,
it new schooVlS"** established.so his utmost lof the entire district thought that some of the wages paid of this booklet have made as many deemed copies advisable sufficiently to leave for his home. CMy: officers to be elected this year
that the children 0 every commun-I| t< ough he realized whit a big task were too high. "It might be different as are m.yor'clerk; t..urer.maraoal;
,.- ity may have these advantages. he had ahead with approximately 550 ," said one councilman, "1f times ,and then give these to each com- 130 Pounds Pressure.At and tax collector and'three council
. addition the county has one of the miles of sea coast to look after as were prosperous but with conditionsas munity to individuals in the coun- the time of the accident the men. /Five members of the executive

f best high schools in the state where well as numerous other interests. they the and plenty of good men to ty who would agree settlers to etc.send The them board out boiler, it is stated, was under a hun committee "will be chosen ,in the primary -
prospective ,
, pupils can be fitted to take up univ. r- He said that he especially wanted out of work, skilled men could be thought this and dred and thirty pounds and also ;.The following inspectors ;.
a good suggestion pressure,
*" city work. that while employed at cheaper and clerk have beeD'Dallle4lbT the'
understand
the public to wages later in the day accepted a proposi- the force of the explosion was so-tar-
Growth of Schools. he had a few bills of local Interest, Refuse Special license. tion made rifle that the fou other workIng committee to serve at"the time.of. the
by.C. F. Johnson to men, f
of-i agricultural lines, Victor Canarea advance agent of pre- E. O Vans Agnew.and J..w. Lilly in-'
In ths county superintendent's particularly along pare the copy, drawings and secure at the mill at the time,*were ren> speetor't .
*,y lies a report has. just been completed, which he hoped to get through, he'Is the-Btfcrnes Stock company; appeared the pictures for this booklet, all of dared almost senseless and miraculously ; W. PrefftlsJ; elera., "
il showing the growth of the public;; not enthusiastic over the number 01 before the body with a petition which .is to be submitted to the Boardat escaped death. So load was .To.aatll.Q'or..JCa \; baa'Dot.:..-'
from 1907-08 to February bills it is his opinion thai asking that the council grant his count.d..oppoaenLln.htae4odidacy: : ., .
, \ school system up passed as its April meeting in shape to giveto the report here that If"was;.hesrd by
,' \ of this year. Retiring superintendent -!, a man can often accomplish more company of forty-eight players a day the printer. It is proposed that scores people in houses feeling the to succeed himself. :J. IU OlHxtt will
'\: W. J. Soars has compiled by helping kill some of the bills before license so as to enable them to stage the booklet give a complete summaryof Jar, as if some heavy dull weight had! be a candidate to succeed himself" ax,
T this report which covers all but the congress Instead of pass'ng so their performance under a tent Inside the resources and opportunities of been dropped on the buildings. One city clerk and J-Z. Roberson will ran
, first three years of his service in the many.. the city limits. Mr. Canares submitted the county with attractive illustrations lady reported that she thought someone for treasurer again:; M.;""illler baa *, '2
'\ office and which reflects much credit "I want to again thank the people a list -showing that his com- of town and farm'sceq s. was knocking the door and also announced as a"candidate for
ppon him personally. among whom I have lived most ,of pany would spend while here $476 No Fair Exhibit opened it. Others say he'dishes on i treasurer'Floyd'::: Tlion's,.opponent' A
, .: In 1907-08, just after the freeze the my life for t' elr confidence In elect- for hotel bills drayage, lights, advertising The board decided that the time their breakfast tables rattled as if tor the Job of marshal and ..tax''collector
'(' .' -.niollment'of white pupils 1 in the ing me to represent them In 'con- taxes, etc., and that if the until tits Orlando fair was too shorta the table was being shaken t. .. ..ifs <_.George W. Overstreetr/ r'
county was 882: colored 120. In 1914- gress." said / "and also to company was made to pay the license period for the,county to try to prepare Tile explosion isbelieved; f to .have flounced as :yeU The terms of 3. W. ,
." 16 the enrollment was 1,328 white pupils thank the newspapers for their fee of $600 it would be Impossiblefor a creditable exhibit and' get it. been caused by excessive steam pressure Thompson.Homes Prather and'J.D: X
and 237 colored.; Two newwhite hearty land valuable support they them -to make expenses The installed, therefore Osceola county and probable,Defects or mud caking Wood bee It are up in March but these, '
. schools are' to open"within ,the next have always- given me in my work." council explained' Mr. o.n..... that will hay no offfcial 14a'i1ilbit; af the fair In the boiler, the violence of the cottncllmea hare not stated whether

twq weeks which will add approximately In assuming: his new duties Mr. this aaw.i which was orlglnaU1'.designed this year thougltjtbere will likely be the boiler wide-open they will),be candidates. again: : .,ornot", ,"
0"< l ,' forty pupils to this list, mak- Sears has been forced'to give up the to keeptent shows out of the number of Individual exhibits by and destroying the' building inwhichIt
... ing a total enrollment of approximately work of county superintendent of city, was not an ordinance but a resolution citizens of the county. The Hunter was housed. The'boiler was thrown
,
. 1,600 children. public schools, which he has held for and could only be changed at Land company will also have an exhibit fifty feet Into the airs'\ and fell at a NEXT FRIDAY Y'FOR"CHOO'CHILDIEN':
:;f. Eleven new white schools and three ten years and during which periodthe the beginning of a fiscal year and there. distance of two hundred feet from the
r" ,i 0 colored ones have been established'since I schools of Osceola .county have upon advice of the city attorney the Mr. Harry Hunter appeared before Vnlll, its flight being marked by: broken ..
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? ..w 1907-08. During, this time also experienced a remarkable growth. councilmen decided that they had no the board Monday with the proposalthat tree tops. The mill itself was utterly '
tt:;: the old school building here in Kis- Lacy Johnson, who has been Mr. authority to disturb the resolution. they try out a small stretch of demolished and the debris strewn over '
";''alnunee, which was destroyed by fire, bears'" clerk; In the superintendent's Rains Cause Trouble.An cypress block paving stating that the the ground for a hundred yards. O. K. Towell bga' his "\ 'J.Zbas been replaced by a magnificent office, will later Join him In Wash- echo of the heavy rains was county could have the cypress from Bell Had Narrow Escape.Ab county school superintendent, to succeed -"ill '
, new brick structure for the Osceola ington In the capacity of private sec beard in complaints of a number of the Hunter Land company's property Bell, who with his brother Wallace W. J. Sears,'resigned, this'week::
:,3y High school and the old Methodist retary. cltiiens who asked the city fathers to and that other parties had agreed! Bell, owns and operates the mill; and met with the .hoolboard':' In; k
r church building was purchased and ditch, drain or build culverts on or to saw the square blocks so the county was in the building at the time endhad regular monthly session .Tuesday.;
';':<}'iTi enlarged for the primary grades. At near their properties, claiming that would be put to very little expenseby a very narrow escape. In speaking .At this meeting It.was decided, to.
.. the time the new high school was I STEAMER LILLIE MAKES the water flooded their places and the experiment and he it of the accident he said, "I regret change the montbly.mseung''day.of.: ,
.l{ ;y built it had four extra' class rooms destroyed their gardens. Andre van might be worth while. In addition to I it more. then words can tell and ..deplore the board from"Tuesday after: the/ "
and a library more than' the capacity der Meersch appeared before the giving the cypress Mr. Hunter said the loss of the lives; my loss of first1 Monday to'the'nrst'Monday la
,-"to li"" > of the school demanded then. These I FIRST TRIP DOWN LAKE council with a request that the street that if the county would put the paving property: I do not consider at all." each month. It was..also'decided'&0 I w 3 r
4.1- five rooms are all in use now as classrooms running to the club house be repaired. on the country club road beyondthe When asked as the cause of the explosion offer' a preset o( ISO' to-the',member ,
f\ and with the five,rooms in the He told the council that the city limits he would give $100 in Mr. Bell do not know of the Boys' Com Club" *
r '" primary building It has been necessary Wednesday morning the steamer road was absolutely Impassable, that cash to help lover the expense. what was the statedi"I was not mud the best exhibit: and, to ,allow producing Miss ,. ,:;i,
; i this :year to rent an extra room to Llllle, In charge of Capt. Johnson nearly every time he tried to go to !' After discussion the board considered caking or Intproper care. I believe it Anne Carson Instructor 4iftb"Oan-; ",).
. house ,the new kindergarten depart- started on the trip down the lake to and from town his machine stuck In' the matter worthy of investigation was a. defect in the manufacture of nine Club 940 for the'purebawsof.q,
ment, which is in its first term. Bassenger and intervening points the mud, and he showed himself as and Chairman Leslie wu made a the boiler. The boiler was comparatively supplies, etc., to prepare articles'necessary .
.;''. Comfortable School Houses. with a boat toad of provisions of all exhibit A, pointing to a mudbespattered committee of one to determine what new. There is no state .Inspector In her 'work; but which pbe-:> IS
i, ?. A handsome two-story brick building kinds for people down the county. suit which he wore and which the cost to the county would be. It is who examines mill boilers, as far come the property,of the COUDt-
has also been built for the St. This Is the first trip the steamer has was a perfectly: clean suit before he quite possible that this road will be as I know, but thirty days ago I bad A number of requests havng been1 .
Jl: Cludeholnd all the other been able to make since early last left home for the council meeting.He built. it examined and cleaned. made to the board for a holiday 'to'
It schools In tile county have comtort0" year and Its leaving the dock Wednesday stated further that his garage bill Rains Affect Roads.A No inquest was held over the dead allow the children to attend.the fair'at
'\ .able, modern buildings. School prop- was,an event that attracted I the past month had exceeded $200, number of requests for road bodies, the Orange county officials' Orlando It was'decjded' to 'al.,.i '
most of whichi-was spent in repair of work were to be considered as a result that it not deemed nec
'erty In the county ''s valued at $47- much notice. With the present stage stating was next Friday: as a:hollday to Include '
i'; 600 In the official report of the county of water the trip to Bassenger can broken axles caused by: the ruts In of the heavy rains. Citizens essary. The accident is one of the all the schools la the county., ,
a\_ finances recently made to the ..stateft' be mane regularly now without dif the road. Mr. Van der Meersch said present were informed that all the worst calamities that ever occurred *f. ..
comptroller. ficulty. This means a renewal of the that a number of prospective settlers county crews had had to be sent to here and 'caused intense excitement '1 ? --'
', a In 1907-08) there were employed in) trade that comes from down the had cancelled their contracts, for the lower part of the county to are I throughout the community. Several '' CO'' :
f/ the county schools twenty-eight'white county to this point when water lake shore lots after visiting the city: for roads there but that all repairing -)'autos filed with local people visited YELLOWJINE', $.' ',. ;)
, : teachers and two colored. Now there transportation Is afforded and which and experiencing that impasslb'e would be done as rapidly as the scene-of the accident during the "
71, are forty-seven white teachers and benefits the mere: ants of this city stretch of road. possible 0 day Thursday. EXHIBIT ,AT FAIRS .)
seven colored. greatly. A't of the complaints about drainage S. J. Triplett, representing the St. :
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the :
The amount received into the coun- Capt. Job.n80Iprbpo.ee to make and poor roads were referred to Cloud Tribune appeared before d ..

:I/q..;.:. ty treasury from all sources for one trip down to Bassencer and re- the street committee with full powerto board rescind and asked their former that.the action commissioners awarding - OIL BEARING SAND I The Yellow Pfh. Lumber''companyJ'
y, school purposes In 1907-08) was $16- turn weekly as long as the present act. has sent an exhibit of handsome-fnr
\'j.' "a 614.29 as compared to $34,972.15 received stage of water continues. In addition W. J. Sears"and C. E. Powell representing the delinquent tax list to the Os niture made at the local'mill ,to the "'
Journal and the other county STRUCK AT OIL WELL
&. this year? to carrying freight passengersare the school board, were at ceola Seminole county. fair in t
Gazette and
the
yt taken on these trips and winter the council meeting and asked that printing to Valley l same exhibit with 8&nf:1cb.netth ''
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visitors find It one of the most Interesting the rates on water at the school that the St. Cloud Tribune be given I of several other,articles-will also'be1displayed
STATE BANK trips to be taken in the county houses be cut one half stating thata the tax list. W. B. Harris was therein A strata of sand characterized by at the fair-in Orlando'next'r' '

Jw bill had been rendered for this :year the interest of the Gazette and the drillers as oil-bearing: was struckat week.' The exhibit as shown in'Sanford .: .'....
that was double that of last. The Journal and stated that these papers the oil well borings of the Pennsylvania consists of double.front1Ian'f' ;
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AT KEENANSVILLE SUN PARLOR ADDEDTO matter was referred to the water and had been consolidated and that since Oil company, five miles from Itary office desk mad. of the. long. g.. . ,*>
MANHATTAN HOTELCol. committee with to make the county printing' was a part of the several .J
light power town days: ago when a depthof leaf :yellow pine onered:; cedar..genv! >,.
Ih' the reduction If they: thought the consideration on both sides when the nearly 1,600 feet was reached. Oil tleman's chf1f'onrobe..n4' eoavr;;, ,:p
-A new bank" to be established in F. A. Lincoln manager of the charge excessive trade: WAS mad. he thought It Wouldbe men thought they detected gas adore plot window (frame,trim and 'auk),. 'f... '
''county will be at Kenansville and Manhattan hotel, la having a part of E. L.. Lesley petitioned the unfair to make: any change now. too and members of the company and made of cypress: furnished j by die tiEverglades
being' the second dory veranda that hotel council to tarn a building located The commissioners took Mr. Harris' property-owners in that neighborhood Cypress company.. All,of-<
'"?. ity'and nearby terriitory.xApplicationbas' I I I'It converted Into a sun room and parlorfor on the corner of Broadway: and Pos- view-of the matter and decided not. to are very hopeful of the prospects for these articles'are beautifully designed
been made: for, a charter to dom the benefit of the women patronsof sell avenue. Request granted. rescind their former action. oil.The and finished and a* demonstrations 01.
)d:.. business as;the .r. :KenansviUe.wlth; capital: stock: of sixteen feet of- the portion of marshal. Chairman Thlmpson said DUTTON-UARRI8 'SALEDRAWS now, as the well Is .water-filled native woods"will, be an- .ye opeasr';'' !i..'
eubserib- the veranda is ,being enclosed in glass that Mr. Tlson caUed to BIG.CROWDSThe and the u( such that it 'would )
I" --SICJMW.. The names'of.:the/ had elm up pressure for many Floridiana as well as out of ,);
. r ers"are'' B. 'P.SRoe.'IU E. Franklin. and will'be .comfortable, fitted out say: that he,was 111.., PuUon-Harris company's' big be' cWricult to)detect oil ifIt:,was i state viators at these ..<:, ,
,'. Paul E. Trudell.-.''E.; Bothwell A.,L: with, easy.'chairs and lounges. Pro- special shoe *.]. began Thursday witha reached unless It proves/.' falra..t'iIf"'i. ,
.'.''Hunt., B.IV. 'PhiUlMj W.?J.i\ Kice, J. vision for heating the room when necessary iL, E, COLE BECOMES MAN. record breaking day of w....". To The T..Drawdy,: 8.'Hfrertlc, all''of Il A'anaUIe Randolph! :Young and L.;. B.' time. are;;the weather will>ermlt of ;n. closing- out >sal.-of the .Cole the sale the Kiaimmee band was en' the work.r .Approximately>> a .
Drewdy: of .WWtttstyr and: (; : the glass. being raised or lowered the Jewelry 7r' Ib tWlnter-Patkv.. . ,,,' room will be protected aeree....-" February IV when.-, the-:. remaining of-tha. store early In the morning and yesterday. (Thursday: :.....-t. :J.: ." barber shop on Broadway teJ. J
r .1", r_} !"" Colonel,:...Lincoln' says that',It:the stock ''will, be' sold saM shipped to at the hour for the store to;,open>a r''The Pennsylvania Oil company was .Adams and himself.',took fey'!
.> -i" J"r" i-. L 1ne,. left KOndaFit;iota patronage of the-hotel.keeps on: :Increasing BradentowiC' IL.E. Cole, onwer of the tare-crowd ''bad gathered In that vicinity. formed here last winter by local ...... charge"of.the ...traytltq.; .
....- ,I't eId Moir' hs r EBalill.a Gav aftei' aIB and the sun parlor is popular, 8toni I will'tJMa become,manager oft Many of these war first cueitomersvl C. W,'Ward fa president of the company parlor which Jw .....
aUaermmee, during .he Intends to build another one off the C.,'"X Cole company's star which Frees! all Indications <$ sale, and ex-Senator C.A. Canon and I'OUI ran In ';
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/ By'' paid w'.... as p.r' list .._ ...II Ii Mr.-* ,Nellie' ,Weth-arbeV' '-.. questing; the "board rto make an _dell.. \! son.- Im'struetor of the'Canningclub, the ?

U IMb1EA' SISTERS IN Uh. sch., No II ;.!..._. .. 4J.o) tlon- to the "aid board In order that board'.unanimously. decided to approm"!
4 Balance ____j......____,_.... ;*15.10lsbScb..l 'I-I ...' A.'TOMB sal, tch. sch. thy' might have sufficient room toe.tabU.h prlate the sum !not to exceed 40.OGv *
No. 40 ..i .....J;......*._ 30.00 a' hlsrli school,, amid petition for the purchase of supplies to bused. J
District If*. 4. *$ L, A. Youtisr,' Bal-tch. sch.No. airreelnsT to raise the sum of $300.00. In preparing" such articles as said Inat .
QNS'B.IO ANOTHERCONCERTTh.'Ziminer To balance from last reportl.51T.T 40. 8. 8B ... No 121.11 thereof being deposited with rue tor thought best and said art!." '
To amt. reed from tax: 'collector .. : 1.00 the board. The board upon consider das so prepared to be turned over to'

( taxes ,...._.......-.,,-- It.II' 14' Mils ofaCa1mpb'eir.'rdu"plit In",- the matter appointed a committee the county and to. become c the proprty .-
cate. warrant No, 8.. i 40.00 consisting of Chairman. W. C. Baa of the county. c '? -.
: Slater who appeared UtlD.nBy II'.." rs, M. F. Bears, rent of and Superintendent ci ']D. Towell to Superintendent Toweil- was Instruct/ .

i her In concert two weeks ago for pd. war. as per list --._.-- 12.91 a<:h. No. 1 __..,.-..,_.w_ 7.io look Into the matter and find out how ed to purchase a .safe for the super.Intendenfa .
.' .( '___ 16 Klaslmmee Telephone Co.. much the proposed Improvements offlc.the board flndinir ,.;.-
__
-. the ben<8 0t of ,the Progressive club __ __ ________ <
Balance u- ____$1. 1T 51 schooltelephone __ 1 60 would cost and aald committee was that there was no place provided' foras :
P? 1MBK] ; TO .HAVE: 'SEVEN 80 thoroughly pleased their audience *7 W. 3. Bears 1 moa. Incd. 16.67 requested to report Hi'ondlntrs at the the keeping of the records of. said., m f'ollIe. '
9.b-5c..I OlMriet N.. 5.
i OF 28 R. DeWItt Brown serv.sch. next regular of the board < .'
\ EN. that arrangement are being made to meeting ...
CIIAUTA9UA Ta balance from last report ...I *.'I's'' 1 ..-__-- 26.00 A complaint havlnw, been made that -
)i & ,,'!, ; ?> BY hare them come to the city for an- To amt. reed from tax: coLBy ___ S.SI ItSO MI. to.B t1j., serv.sch. the patron. of West Kl.almmee colored W. R. Nettleswas unanimously *1C.p '

; { TtARTlSTS.1 I' other concert some t'me In the near No. 1 _____*____ 60.00 school No. -to were endnlg their pointed supervisor of school No. "* .
11,1.3 J. t*. e children to the North Klaslmmee cOlored and Superintendent Towell was requested .-;
ladies .
-. ,. Next;.Mk''iII' be chautauqua a week future. These talented young paid war., a. per list ___?__ 7.61 deed No..re4too 1.21 school No. 20. and that the North to notify him to that etfeet.A .
_ been
winter In St. C'oudBO number of requests having .
:in are spending the Jlas Central Sclentl/lc Co.. sup. II.4g KlKslmmee. patron. were doing the
KissJtnmee.
( Beginning Wednesday that It will be possible to have Balance _______________n___ 4..61MabII.I Westl-ay Watson wood for same the board unanimously Instructed made to the board for permission$ of :
: February, the city will have sever engagement ben 'sch. No. 18. 8. S. D the superintendent to notify theprincipals the scholars to attend the fair at Or."
them repeat'the ninlrte ]N.. a. No. said school In future
8.00 of that .
of decidedto
days ;, chautauqua entertainment -- the board unanimously
and an effort will be made to try to To balance from last report ___f 1,70 R a ldr c--t.i: ; CH. no children' would permittedto Inrdo. holiday. said holiday ,
Friday a. a
cett give
:furnished ,by, some of the most talented have the concert come on a date To amt reed from tax collector It No. \\a'b---- --- J.89A enter said. schools ; those. living to Include all the. schools In the.' ,.
artUls doing chautauqua work taxes ____ -_uu__--- IS.31 84 G. Cram, ; ;;;' 1.-No. In that locality. _
when there are not too many coun.ter J 16. 8 8. I). No. 1 __ &.80( county. i
In the the motion duly seconded and .
and car
oath/ program promise Bl'fore.o things 36 Mrs O. rl.'ci orl There being no further business thebiuiiil
attractions. many Balance _uuuu__I 1501 R Ueebe. trans] . was unanimously decided' bythe
to be, m rare treat from beginning were scheduled for the night of the R. I.. LUPFKK.: pupils N' .h'l No '. S.S board to offer a prl e not to exceed I adjourned. until next regularnuiimflg. "I.

to end.: Three >programs> daily) will be concert that the audience was comparatively County Treasurer. D. - -_ - 22.l>0 9-3000 to the member. of the corn .
86 Mr. Ida Chandler trans W. C. nARS Chairman.I
given Sunday when club producing: the best exhibit.
every day.except small and many people Warrants In the sum of $617601 pupils I sch' No 28. Upon request. Miss Anne Bryan Car. C. K. TOVELI., Supt. -
therewill: be a 8 o'clock vesper ner"rice who desired (o a'ttend were unableto were examined. and cancelled In open 8. 8 I IJ: No 4 ._ _. 8.00 I
37 D. Q. K. Smith. wood I for ---
with special music and a lecture session. .
.; do so. Members of tbe Progressive Hills were .approved. and warrants Issued .....h. No. 28. S a. L>. .

sermon. club were so enthuslastta over ns follows, No. 6 .-____-- _ ._.. %.00 I
,. .: The chautauqua will be held in the 38 Mlaa Lillian Ide. ...x pt'n. at F1rL -w1j -1 i1j'L l$1jL 1 L -iii.cH II IIJ
-. Greystone casino with C. Rucker tbe proKram rendered by the young 9M 'W.I Pears sal .snpt t 11S 00( Lakeland. u ._ ___ 600Mlsa --
ladles tbat another concert will. be t ,' "Adams, o( Lakeland Ln charge. Mr. draw large crowd 966 Wnl. t<:r rtronson: ; $ n P: .J at. Lakeland _. ____ 600
to a
1 'Adams In addition to being superinfyf -, sure I 6,0( 40 Mrs. .1. '>l HI i.".... sill trbsch .
the Miss. Ethel Zlinnipr la a pianist 9K6 .1 S StrattOM. M H r I. R ,,0 No. 3 U __ _ 45.00 SERVICE!
'.)0 tendent appears on program of unusual uhlllty and possesses. a 97 S I. Iu pfpr. com tress 60 t8;] 41 Henry I*. Helknap salary H J
-# ** Wednesday morning at the opening contralto voli-o of fine quality Mini. .I 968 CI'd.* )Hussa and Karl:. tch. ach No 4 45.Ofl ,
bour in a lecture on "How's Your Morrow, jAnitor. of 42 Miss Annie Mary Leonard.sal. .
'w. .
_ 4 Health?" Rev Adna Moore of Utr Nellie Zlniinor Is pronounced by crlt srh No.1 _u_ 4000( tch sch No. 5 40.00(
% lea to bo one of the foremost. woman 969 rV Deputv Janitor. 43 Mlaa Lassie, F. Hnye. sal..
4 mlncham Ala., will open the chau- the platform today. She srh No IB _ 20410( tch sch No. 15 -_ 40.00 YOU GET IT ATTHE
narplMx on - -
Bfr-:- tauo.ua at 10 a. m. with a Bible lee I 970 1! M Jo vnnR. snl teacher 44 W S Maaaenburtf. salary
dlxplays an exceptional: decree of trh Bch No. 20 ___ 4600
ture on "Th Man Who Won. The sch No.1 .. h_ 225 HI i i'fI'
: , technique and interpretation Iinumberu 971 Miss Almenla I...,liner. 45 M. E. WrlRht. sal tch. ach
afternoon will be furr.lrh.d _ __ .
program where she and her sister! sal teach sch No 1 900,( No. 20 uu n 35 00J
,-,' by Qoshen Orchestra which BO' dc 972 Miss Clira 1 !I..dh eli'r. anltenrher 46 M. Thompson sal tcbsrh .
lighted all lovers of good music last' appear tonether the harmony of their set No 1 75410 No. :30 .__ S6.00Spears PARLOR MARKET
1 v .
47 Ludle Msch sal tchNo
work Is a noticeable and chramlnf;< V73. It F V..1010. snl t tiinh
:year. They Will be assisted by EtheLee si'h, No J 90 ('0 20 --. _ 3000
-h
_ Buxton N w York soprano In featureTRUCK 974 Miss IX>IIHI| > Clnrft- : snl.. 48 Charted. P. ICm-lkmap. salaryHI -}'
40 Ol>
No 22
win! 1 teai .her' Hell) No I 7B 410( HI It
concert
solo work. Tbo evening #
.
i1
.
sul. tihsi 49 U F llowellNO sal tch s< h
972 Clara l.iitliittir
'.! be by the name artists at eight o'clock) GROWERS HOLD ',h No 1 75 0'(0 as - 66 00 i\\
and following It w'll be a popular li-o 973 11 1' \\.1010. snl tih ...rh.o CO; Mlaa HesHlr, set.h 1."wA'II 28 .. 46 00 We buy our meat in big lots, therefore we buy it cheaper than idu

ture on "The Lost Arts of Llvln!;," 1 Murk, in Of' 51 It )J1.tm-I Honellsi NoHal It'h little fellow who bays one beef at a time. BECAUSE WE BUY .I'
974 MlH! I i-iilsi* cutlery
V by Adr.a W. Moore. REGULAR MEETING tcb A.h No I 7500t4.5 No-h. 4 No_ _2S_ S HI'_ 25(11 0, CHEAPER WE SELL CHEAPER and you tare the difference.I I .
,..
Tliumday.Thursday :Miss \Ph Smith salnr. ;; '
., i* morning': Hev. Moore v.11- I ti-Ii srh Nn I rfi 4In'( 52; aIls tel K ssii eel* .Lau N.mi.m'"2R Mill S I We have jost bought the Dan Brown market, located on Hotkey ,
.
r give hla lecture on "Since God IK will; The Osreola. County Fruit and 176 !ShIes I.mma,si-h. Fimli N. I salarytill f5! 0) S I II No 4 5(10( street and "Dan" will be associated with this shop from now on. ;

Us." The afternoon concert will bi Trurk C! rowers' aHHorlat'or" In \Id\ II I !177 I :MIeN I F 1-iniiH .I .ant, ,vt ,mi. f, tO i rs Miss sal Kill :I Ii hi h rliuMiadoaii HI,.,h >Nn' l'Milltll <. 40 (00 He will be glad to greet his many customers here. I 1
Hal I I'h h N. I
., by the Alkahest Favorites, a trio ol rcmilar meeting( last Sal ml rduy l in lhlly I < si 04 A .liliiiH.ii mil.trh I. '
,.1 97ft :MIsH l.oli: l.awl 1..1'' salary
charming and gifted young arllstt < h.ill with Murk I low .oil xcnloinienitu'r ti h si h ';.. 1 fr fIn Bch .No if .. 31 IM) OUR MAN WILL CALL ,}

who have become famous In theii i of I I the l hoanl of roni"; <.I.! vie I !171' MIsH I'll n \iMi1drlilHTesal No. .1. 65 m cf; Miss sal Klla tih I H\ "HI.New.h 0; No KOMI.. 11MlKS 40 00. Within a few days we will have a man who will call at your .:(
tih Kill
special lines of talent. followed l la hy ...1.lIoOnly/ routine liiiHlnv: o\e Veu Horn- ';!
'. I IIRO alIce .Iinti 'I honi.iis. ,salary home for your order. He will quote yon our prices from day today I
19.SSI .
Hal I II'h srh No
The StHte I fr.! Will
I Am
popular lecture t Irlln..af'l..d.I till si h 4m I
: J ii No. 4 1,00 know how OUR PRICES ARE. :
I by J... H. Shaw of nioonilnMon 11)) AH a letter from the Florida Llmi '' 1 Miss t llanlit. \\'I1 lm-.x. Hal I II' 67 II "' Hauli'raoii. trann' of so you may just REASONABLE
I ti"h Ad h :No; 1 65 HI1V2 ':
t, The evening hour will l hu a full company of Ocala flonleil any r' n>onHlhlllly I' Miss lIlt ill.' llolililtt. sal Pu i''Is. si .h No in. If you want him'to call on you 'phone .... :

concert by the Favorites. Mary )Urn ( of a shortage In Hire! In cam- tih si'h N. I 6ri HI' 1 S S l > N.m 0; 4 8(111( -1
966 MOTTO
I f.8 II C Slaiifinil l'1m\ .r.I..r" OUR
nlson Galley violinist bat falily load lots. dialing that lime luilua)' 1X1Alls* l.i.iilH 't'timc.mn.NmmI 1 6 I'd Im', '>!* S M 1 >.,** nliiK. wood for (
1 ti'h Mmli No ,
swept her audiences off their feet l h) (otnpany) did! tin- welKhlnK': mil! uer- 1X4 !Mlsl'...ella (Hiistri*. t. Mel h .No I 21 no Quick Sales Small Profits 't
(.0 C l K \\ mml.. lab si Ii :N.. I 10 00c -- -
her brilliant and h'TIIppram..nlalplaying. I I then.fore re..pon,,,
Eileen neatly POMM""H"S a n motion was made and pll..1 asii"lux ; !'i VI !MlH. :M( I'si'Ii llr No"in. 1 K.il.irytrh ,_ firi ('it 0I m.m.mI All" ...11 No I r.n( Quick Delivery -- White Service '1
,
.
rare soprona voice of wonderful I that I the nieniberH. who i ec.'i l\. "< d I 9X6 !Miss I 1.,11( Hi. I."\\ Ii r', sal.t 62 Ht II t. Hank lu.iii. 3 inoH.J 2.511U OO t
I State Hunk. (lilt Nil 62. .
l.a 1 h h No 1 65 on < - i. *
sweetness and power while Cora the llnic In I tinlaot shlpnii'ilt 'rd"r..1hy t It HI :3 rnos 511 on.. ---

Prade Caw thorn Is a reader of great Secielary Fnnsler Kliould. tefiind I I I !1S7 Miss till,'1"1'11, 'sill, Slult No, 1 snlarv_ KB (If' 64> Slati* Hank loan 3 IIIIIHC6 2.5oo oo' The only Meat Shop in the city giving ticket for f'

success and popularity. hi'" the money lie paid OIL for Urn' 1VS Miss :M.".ilut a 11)""A..II. sitlti Stall 64.Ha nil 3 m, OH lilt al_ No 60 00 Auto Content at the Catino. \
"'rld. '. received Thin v il' .><' but TniiEl' 'h si'h No 1 65 mi'
) not 66 Cltlriim ibm nil. Int NOH
.
Friday Miss Meddle O. Hamilton. amount for each of I th" >, >.t !-at 111 Miss Ituth.h. No T'lnrk I' sal_.tchsi 550(1 1457. 410.. 335. 1 mo 6000

a'representative of Chautauqua N, lowers getting Hint In Mat pat .I'U- 990 Miss Kmnin Yourell saltih . C F.. Yowell pri. se n It'll his oommiaalon Instruction f.
: an superintendent of public -
Y.. will take charge of the plat'orm la.- car 911 I Miss I."..,sc-h. \Vllbersnoonsal No\ .1 7500 and usauimd the duties per- The parlorMarket f fCHAUTAUQUA

Lr and give the morning lecture Mlsn :Mr. Fanslcr and Mr. Howell were" I trh srh No, 1 5500 tattling. thereto.Upon .

Hamilton Is a former teacher and appointed on a commltK" to looN 992 Mrs Leila Harvey salary motion duly aeconded and carried -
J, and it is 'ratesordered trh Boh No. 2 -_ 4000 the board decided to change the
a ability the refrigerator (
after having
has rare literary 993 Miss Lillian 1<11'. salary meeting. day of the board of public
t I hoped that high school pupils mayIs in time for the ju''IIIDI"> -T' of tch srh No.7 _- H, 45 Ofl) Instruction from Tuesday after the

have tbeopportunity of hearing her. the berry crop. 994 Miss LilliAn Ide sal tchsch first Monday to the fIrst Monday of CALL PHONE 44 (
,
.
No.7. S. H I) each month
In the afternoon Miss Maude Willis. The assocfcitlon meets again Saturday No B _.uu _______ E 00 A committee ...evrp..ntlnlhp colored . ,
who was a delight to all by her readIng February 13, and. members school No. appeared before th -It -.. A \::
196 Mr.. Rosa Meeker salarytch. 1M--vrt-- II ,, II ___ II __ ... __ II __ I .
last year, will read the great are urged to remember the date and sch No. 12 _____ 4000 board and presented a petition re- ,,

peace play, "In the Vanguard" by bb present. 996 Mr.. Rosa Meeker salary : .d.
tch. sch No. 12. 8. 8 --- --- - - --------- -------- ----------- -- -- ---- -- -

P -4--. -MrsrTraskvThe evening will give Willis a- I>.. No. 2 unn_ 1000 .4.++...++..+.+.++.+++....+.......+++++++.4.+...+.+.....oo0000..00000000000000.. T!
prelude of short stories by Miss 997 J. P. Hawthorne, salary
and magic by Proceedings oftheSchool tch ...h. No IS _ _ 65.00
... t and then mystery Hawthorne
998 Miss Laura
f ", The Floyds. of Chelsea Mass. Louis sal t..hl| ach. No IS 4500

; )I. Allard is tbelr pianist. 999 J. P. Hawthorne, aal tch. SECOND
4 Board ....h. No. 13, S. B D. ASSEMBLY E
\. \ Saturday.Saturday JMo S hUU-______ 1500 'cs
Miss H anil)ton will present 1000 MI. Laura Hawthorne L .

7"; "Tennyson. Vo'ce of Victorian sal tch. sch.. No. IS. -
t and each Klsslmmre. Fla.. Feb. 2. 1916. BSD. No. S _____ S.00 .
0. mornlnebour,
i Age, at the The board of public Instruction met 1001 MI. Pearl M. Persons.

,.... ,.pupil and teacher may have tbe In rvjcular session, there being present sal. tch. sch. No. 14 40.00
':chance to',' bear again her splendid W. C. Bass. chairman; Walter Bron- 1002 Miss Cora L. Maine aal. THREE SESSIONS DAIL
concert will son and J. 8.! Stratton. Also C. K.Yowell. tch. sch. No. 11 _____ 80.00 ; ,,
'lessons., The .afternoon suprlntend 1001 C. N. Games sal. toh. jsch.

-i. be a musical treat otrcontrsltOaOlOs Minutes of the last meeting Were No fi _.._?., S.OO :
'by Helen Clark Legg with Mrs. HUdaPetermanD' read and approved. 1004 Mrs. Laura Lee. saL tch.sch. GRAYSTONE CASINOi;.:- FEB. 10, TQ 17 :19fa, .
.?- Last' 8. I._ tupfrr county treasurer reported No 18 _____-'_ 60.00 \ :
as pianist. year'sfayorite. as follows: 1005 Miss EtheV Mills sal. tch.

\, .. Mrs. Ida B. Cole will then To the Honorable Board of Public ach. No. 18 ____un_ 50.OO .
"Woman and Ed- nntructlonln[ a nd for Oiceola County; 1 Miss Bessie Whldden. sal. .
present. lecture on I heprwlth tender my report as treasurer tch. sch No. 18 __ 60,OO - UNEQUALLED LIST OF ATTRACTIONS FOR EIGHT DAYS PROGR M--'--- \ .:
afternoon.
full
,- ucatlon which bespeaks a of Onrpnla county for the monthof 2 Miss Fleda noollttle. sal.
p, ,r' *(> The evening hour will present January, A. I> 1916irmrrul tch "..h. No. K _ 6060
Four of the ...
.\ 3 Miss 1.IlIt..nal.\ . salary Chautauqua Features _-__ *
concert by Miss. Legg ( Nrkool Fmmi.
r a prelude tch srh No 16 __ 60 OO
and Mrs. Petermann then a popular To butane? from laid report' -f .31 4 Miss Iris Oliver sM tchsrh MAID WILLIS of New York has been.

. ""' lecture by one of the greatest. men To Bank amt_ .reed_ . from_ _u _loan uu State_u 4.BOO.00 No. K -_ _- _ _- 6000 the headliner at every Chautauqua fortunate n_ ____ ?
6 Mlsa Cora I. Maine salary
enough to her service '-
t- secure 11"'r.jW'
pi
of the lyceum and cbautauqua To Hint reed from Ruth Tiut-
_., trh sch No. 19. Sn 11 has been repeatedly said I "her read'InKB .
form Hon. Lou J. Ueaurhamp of ler' kindergarten' _uun_ 17.00 No.1 uun_ __ 1000 '\ alone. If there were nothing else
. .
To Bint n-rd' fromV. .J.S.umre 6 C N CnrneB. sal trh a..h.No .
hamIlton Ohio. His subject "Take diploma. __ __ 1460To oil the prottrram. halicen well worth
n u S S I) No. 1 1000
will keep the audit tnxol 16. the price of a aeason ticket Her Beleotlona l.y
- the Sunny Side. nmt rent from 7 Mrs Laura Lee. snl trh thani readings
ence in an uproar of s'desplllllng ....lls I 91 3. > 1 00 and polls 1914) $64 ___ 59692 _. __ ,
laughter and using his sparkling -- u - No 1 .,.- - 10 00f mind and soul gripping aermona BO entertainingly _
f t MIsH Kthel' Mills.. sal trh.
I presented that thousands
wit\ be. inculcates truths that could I 6.130 43 USDNo I .
sch. No. 16.
; hear her Kladly In her corner chautau-
1 other lIy 1'.1 nr. aR per list _u__ 4.99621llalnnee _ 1000 .
,
well taught way. 1 .
not be so any unh qua work It .. as said 'Hhe Is an .If I.fene.fl I.
--
"t BuiutaySunday _u __ --__ uu____ 1S4 22 9 Miss trh n..le'hl...h, No. will draw All men unto
there will be a mass meetIng .__ __ 10.00 up
> .
r No.1
: "Hnb-Nrkool' I>U 1.. hree o'clock In the afternoon. 10 Miss Fleda Ooollttle. tchsi of
at $ us as she said the man the
To balHiire ftom, laKt r*'port $1.L37.SL 'h. No. 16. 8. K I). .
when special music will be rendered To amt ro'd from tax collector story was hypnotized Thus she appeala
No 1 __ .__ 1000
y ; I, by Mrs. Helen Reed Alexander with taxeS ____ _______n_ fi9 36 11 Mlsa. Lillian Hnle uu sal "tchsrh. to_old and younK. Hear Her!

f ',; Italian harp a reading; by Miss No. 16. 8. S D HON. 1,01' J. BKAUCHAMP. of Ham
her 41.607.21 No. 1 u_ ________ 1000 ilton. OhIo. has. well been called "The
? Jeanette Broomwell. and a lecture H)' pd WAr. as per list _____ 76 2Ilalnncn 12 Miss Iris' Oliver. trh ....h. Return Date Man" for he has made
_ by Prof. Chas. Lane of Mar No. I 6. S S n NO.1 1000 more> return date lectures than any other -
-. sermon ., __ __ _ __________ 1153069HahMrhool .
r Oa. No admission w'll be -- - 13 Miss Ola Campbell tch platform man I Poet Humorist and
con. I Itlatrlrt 'Mo. 3. sell. No 18 u- __ 4000 Philosopher where he has spoken 23
; charged but a silver offering wl'l betaken To helene from last report __ $ 231 I 61 II Miss ( Ha Campbell, S.trt. times they. turn people away from their
,'r to defray ex pen.", .. Reserved 'I'' To amt re.cd from tax collector srh No 18. 8. largest building wben. he visits there

seats will be1' kept for owners. MinaMeddle taxei .__uu______ 21 37 No 3 unun_ ._ BOO annually It Is doubtful If .any man cot I I
\" -- 15 L. L Jordan sal tch sen. the platform causes a. much laughter
,- O. Hamilton will conduct the 6 25299 No. 20 _ ._ _______ __ 4500 In a single lecture as Mr. Beauchamp.

.:... vesper ny paid war as per list ______ .60 16 Pearl JohnBon sal tch. yet all the time he Is teachingtruths -
4 .erYlee.Mond. srh No. 20 ________ 3500 that Bend his auditors out Into the ; i
,
t Halance ___ -- _____ _--._--_t 262.48 17 Mrs' Rhoda Luras aal tchBch world better men and women. His lecture .
i Monday,. Prof. Chas. Lane will give No. 21 ____. n_ 4000 "Take the Sunny tilde":! ha. been
: Sub-Srho DUIrlrt No. 3. 18 T J. Little, sal tch. ...h. given 11 times In one city 4 times on
'bis popular' lecture: on "Lessons Not To balance fn.m last. report ___ 1 293 07 No. 23 ________?---- 45.00 one. course. and 4 times at one Chautauqua. -
I Learned la Books," for tbe morning To amt r<*c,l. from tax collector . 19 T J. Little aal tch. .ch.. yet It was. so varied as to be enjoyed -

bour. The afternoon will be a full taxes ____hU_____ t 67 No. 2$. 8. 8 D No. 8 5.00 more and more each time.
20 1II1... Rose McKenzie sal.
concert by: Helen Reed Alexander and $ 295.74 .tch. ach. No. SO ___ 40.00
Broomwell. each an I TilE OHPHKA'V MIIIIIAL CM'11
Jeannette
Miss i !
This splendid musical organization has had
_ _ artist in her line. They will also phenomenal success for seven seasons with

_ _ l-,- i' prelude the evening lecture: and then oooo.ooo..o..o.oooo.ooo..oooooooooo.o..oo.o very few changes In the personnel of the or'-
r ganisation Never before has this. personnelbeen
psychologist.will ,
j Dr. Stanley L. Krebs
so strong as for this season They are
t present "Character Reading asa versatile artistic and capable of giving a
,. Business and Social Asset." This widely diversified program. Some of the features .

t has laugh a minute. It Is practical NOTICE 1'' horn quartets of their and program solos on are their vocal various quartets Instruments -.

t. :? ". cl-tver, scientific anjl helpful. All as well as vocal solos conga illustrated -

fill Ar. ,business men and salesmen should with cartoon pictures and Impersonatona. -
.
"' m -
I' bear It, .
:'
ti Tuesday. 4 ,1 MISS MEDDlE OVINKTON IIAMIITON'FI.ld

__ . : I Ir' Secretary of ChautauQua. N. Y., will
Tuesday as the closing day the be with for the coming chautauqua assembly -

,, t jl .. program is very strong. Prof. Lane Daily Package Delivery ServiceTo b; with In the o':.real town.principles She will of egantauQna touch study- ,,

; C *'platform manager will deliver the .l '" I II' round.
that will be a a
fL morning lecture.' The afternoon concert St. Cloud .. I Her lectures Ifil'\.eu't\ lhhellre"r : ti :
acquarntane.
r will present the best male quar- I brtn-irlns, each one Into Intimate.
with any author she may pre.ent. Your favorite -
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- \ iM'tette on the chantauqua and lyceum Beginning tomorrow (Saturday) morning, I will inaugurate a daily author will be discussed and her memory :

,- .'' .platform. With brass quartettes and J. :, power la wonderful In her ability to present -
'I' varied program they will fill the.day mall package delivery service TO ST. CLOUD AND RETURN SER ,, i portions of the writings of that author. 1i
To the pupil. of the public school she will be
-. loll of delight and will prelude the VICE TO KISSIMMEE. '. a teacher with a new view point. To the
-- evening, lecture. The evening lee- adult she will b. a pleasure and a treat mentally -
, and intellectually. Her charming personality
be the wonder of the series
Zu: tore will Leave and her platform presence wins her c
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LSIX'* :MONTHS :OF :BLOODY W R "i MS COST I ;: 2 (000)() (fOOO LIVES: ,AND ffi.000.000. , OO7Nf. .


71 - Y-': -- -- ''':''''.'
+ :The European war began six month' ;
t a : : -
longer than any War on the contideat,..of f GERMAN; PR V.ISITUiG WOUNDED EEEP IT HANDY o .FOR.XH., > CMATI8M. :'
hu- tI -
,already cot nearly'2.000.000' live, and .
oftseasun6t: tine No ne to squirm and; wince aad tor'
tow destruction
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to wear out your Rheumatism It win
In Belgium France and northern ; wear you out instead. Apply ,,some 'f., '
largely because of 'tremendous1' ; ,I" Sloan's Liniment Need not rub it is,

sphere of operation ha been widely,. -Ju.te' t it penetrate all through" the
affected part ellee, the' soreness'once
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:1 i ib the better yon want
and feel
soo inch ?
A .fOODSTUffS)) hoatle to go right out and, tell other ..1I1I'rera --
a ; porth about Sloan' Get a bottle of "
; Sloan' Liniment for 25 rents,of any
/ Only druggist and have It la the house-,
i against Colda Sore 'and Swollen
CONTRABAND ace, Joints, Lumbago Sciatica and like ail-
menta. Your money hack if not ...tielied. -
The but it doe give almost instant. i

Ii. Washington' :: p. C.--Great Britain in relief.. Bur a bottle to-dayst ,..
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notified the United States 'Tue d&7. be t .
Although not In official form that on' tt.le ) rsruotj3STARTIRES a
i;! foodstuff of Any kind destined for IXnUTJCEM E1rI

Germany, Austria or Turkey will be 1 1
'regarded a*, contraband:: of war. .
Action of the British government On s SA' I Iit a
1* baaed upon the recent German decree sia, jg1P t
whereby the government will the ) 4lf
take over all stores of grain In Oer- still

..tnany for common use.
w Because: the steamer Wll elrnlna and :d lf= b t
Milled from New York for Bremen has .
u before the Issuance of. the decree., It thtee
Photo t>r American Preen Association.
if understood that her largo of food

for German civilians will be paid for man Kaiser Wllbelm'a consort Is shown at a train bringing wounded men Into Breelau, A NEW LINE OF.TIRES'
and appropriated by the Brit'ah gov-_ and ,
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(" ernment and the ship allowed to go To . mbodylna ; 'standard. *f
and ....
quality never ,
free.
", But hereafter, food-laden ships troops ; 3 BRITISH SHIPS I VILLA IS WOUNDED; RUSSIA MAKING WAR ONBOCIALLS'1'S priced Wore 'bicycle t aced Uree.In moderate'

\ allmg from the United States direct ANt JEWS I "
) ly for German ports or for neutral DETAILS KEPT SECRET PENNSYLV t
\;: European ports where It appears are SENT TO BOTTOM Berlin.-The Overseas New 'Corn- ;
7\\ -! that the cargo may ultimately reach ficial El pan gave out the following: *THREE STAR.:
I Germany, will be subject to seizure have Paso Tex.--Gen. Francisco Villa
;," compensation. was slightly wounded several days ago "The Vosslsche Zeltung publishes a BICYOLETIRE.
\ The state department Is considering I I Liverpool.-The German submarine at Aguascaliente in a shooting affair, Copenhagen dispatch saying a com ,
\ir Sunday began raiding British details of which have been munication has been received there for
; kept secret, built and
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r this latest announcement, but so GUARANTEED"
the west of ..
Itst I on coast Eng- according to a here Socialist members of the Russian Du ;;,.:
far has not committed Itself to report brought today by the makere of th*famous
approval. t I. broueh.t ) I in the. path of trans-Atlantic directly from Villa' headquarters.It ma declaring they Bid hot attend the Vacuum Cup T....., to meet
: i iV I cia has been rumored here that Villa Copenhagen Socialist Congress, because the demand for at U.. with
'{ The North Shields steamer Ben had been seriously wounded by Col. they were arrested by the Russian V. C. quality proportionateto .
;V FRENCH ADMIT trated man was torpedoed Sunday morn- Rodolfo Fierro his personal body- police. a more available price j' N
off Fleetwood.
{ Theentire crew guard. Those who came from Aguas- "Their report states that at the be-
twenty was landed here. calientes said they had been unable to ginning of the war wholesale arrests TripletreadSturdy
} SERIOUS LOSSES RUll The freight steamer Linda Banche learn who shot villa. The shooting were made of the Russian Socialist Ji' '
; So sunk at noon, only eighteen miles occurred at his car in the railroad leaders and that later the police suppressed Stud .
of the Liverpool bar light. yards at about the time American Con- all Socialist organisations. Success
J sians lip. The crew of eleven men was sul Silliman at Mexico City telegraphed Th. Russian police are seeking. to reestablish a,
London.-French admission of a In the > into Fleetwood tonight by the Washington officials that he had re- the autocracy: u it existed EVMT kOie wner ....uld. \ i
serious reverse in the Argonnes where trawler Neblic. received a report of Villa having been : before the granting of the constitution. know about the Three Star,
the Germans claim to have wiped out been I Another steamer is reported to have seriously injured. For two days no Jews are being persecuted officiallyand i Line. It le the big.
an entire regiment of infantry made forces. sunk by the submarine, which tire ,
definite word has been received of conditions demonstrations against them are geet triumph .yyears. .
In the official received fought but did not overhaul the Bel- I '
communique in the interior south of Aguas- being organised. Labor organizations Let us. show
from Paris. steamer Graphic, : thek ... "
calientes nor of any important military are Being formed. you tJ. and .
i For the first time in the late monthsof must All England is greatly disturbed to- movements. 'tell TMI of their die-. '
the fighting that followed the es- I IBat.H by this latest attempt of the Several women are employed in the UncUve...... ..
tablishment of the western deadlock to enforce the doctrine of CARRANZA IS MARCHING ON Swedish mines.COLDS '
tin the French admit that their lossesin local I Von Tirpitz to prey on all Laredo, Texas.-San Luis Potosi is OJCEOUBICYCLECO
this engagement were "serious." mans, entering British ports. again in the hands of Carranza forces, .
"The enemy's losses were very great," an I The captain of the Ben Cra-jchen having beer occupied with a battle. & LaGRIPPF .'..
says the communique. Not even at lies first ship to suffer aye he and 'the fall of Monterey now held by Villa ,i 23Broadway '(, T

)isson8, here the Germans force ; "lht' French to retire across the Aisne I I more I the ship when overtaken by the case of Chilli & Fen;, Colds ,
t, with heavy losses on January 14, did i I Hardly had the crew got Mexico City Is Quirt. any
the French war office own to such the sea :;: the-boats when a torpedo was fired Washington D. C.-Mexico City was & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
.J heavy casualties. I[ i the steamer went down. reported quiet with General Obregon better than Calomel and doe not Ii.J!! 'I,
\ The German report locates the battle i. The Ben Crauchen, which was of in command in a ,dispatch received tripe or sicken. Price 25c. :

i inline western part of the Argonne tons register and belonged to the from American Consul Silliman. I ---- --- - ---- -- -.
? difctHct. The German attack was made I I Shipping Company- was on a Obregon denies making any agreement I
jon Friday, resulting, Berlin says. In a from -the- Orkney sllands to I with General Gutierrez, -who''
considerable gain of ground. Paris I with a general cargo. was reported to have sent rolnln18Slon-1 ..-......
tv says the French troops recoiled shghtly : to time Fleetwood is one of the principal ers to propose terms on !
and have reorganized on new lines ports and watering places on might form an alliance with Carranza f! I The Favorite Store of K.dmm..' ,
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{ about 127 yards in the rear. The' fighting l west coast against Villa. The Zapata forces have I I r
ground was vigorously disputed. now the I I The crew of the sunken Linda abandoned the siege of Puebla but
,r 'Twelve French officers 731 privates Dyen .J'f tell that the submarine after till hold some of the small village r
12: machine guns and ten smaller guns these I I coming to the surface moor- near the capital the dispatch lays. : 4
were captured between 400 and 600 herself to the leeward side of the
dead were left on the battle field by ing The German submarine gave Carrots should be cut in slice nl- '
the French and the 155 French Infantry he says and cigarettes to the steamer stead of cubes because the outside FURNITURE : : :

."' was practically annihilated were butte latter were eventually part which II the darkest, 1* the rich' : : : .
say the Berlin report which adds the man ten minutes to leave the ship. est. If cut in slices it 1* more equally : ,, .

t3: *!; claim that the German losses were gether I steamer Graphic arriving here distributed. ..: r '. '" ...k, t.;.' .t.<
'.,comparatively light. reported her crew taw the sub 4
The losses and the.Intense battle Indicate wounds, 227 mile to the northwest of r'' ;
that the force engaged were In the Uverpool bar lightship. The NN +IOf60086 i, : WEHAVEL;; IT I !IL I?

numerous and important. attack pbic passed through the'wreckage i friend 'Tourists' '. '
I Furious battles are proceeding at LaBassee riou : the Ben 'Crauchen and the Linda !IBe ,. :
I, and in.Flanders, whilerenewal They They particularly noted a "
.. of the battle at Soissons ia considered of oil casks. independent. Own yur ;
)imminent. greatly home when you can do so practically --
l' i Concerning the result of the fighting muscles OF COMMONS the same as paying rent.
din front of the Lombaertzyde and to that CONTRIBUTES HEAVILYTO See if something in this list
4 the east of Nieuport, the reports from German THE FIRING LINE appesla.& to you. ceaaectioB with ear. Hardware Car we carry e mphuti t;
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curiously at a 6.
41 the rival headquarters are .**C lcntl., seep well mm m4ars of farai.... We sake a spedalr/ ., evtattiaf ....., m.4
.4 variance. In -Figure* given offlcialy .. >"h>*rh..>*4 a... a- ....... kaaiIle ,
a The Germans state that the alies' same that the House of Commons has I I Small ..... fmfmfrmt mmm au pew reliable
losses 800 Moroccans a remarkable I taste .. ..rl.N.am.tlr.. mmrrmmm -
percentage
were very heavy ..
/ and Algerians being left dead ,among sian its members to the army and navy :? ,-A .'a-.rip....mrnlf....ll.a.-. lee Immt I Bed Room Furniture Dining .
; < : the and dunes. Paris says it is den- the present war. There are 145 mm-Trimf. writ SMeei *ise **.*, ,
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--v nitely' established that the Germans AIR t in active service, 42 Liber per A av-ra. a...., ..,...| ( Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par- '
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left a large number of dead on one Labor member and one Irish easier ...J'.a.A ;
.1; field in front of Lombaertzyde at the The Labor member is (..-..*.. ....... h.. ,
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*". foot of the Great Dune. Also says the Paris. Smith the representative of <...d COM eltr.90.A.k ..b..4l.( the. lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
4 the Germans suffered a story Lancashire and the .._ :
;,;. :French report Irish A verBs. > !> rlth ..., ,
t'heavily under the fire British definitely Is Stephen Gwynn who two .r h. l.t.. A , force near La Basses where the Germans soldiers ; Galway. mmtm. ... Couches Etc. ; .
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state they I shock of far only one member of Parlia l-...... ...... ,
trenches and made sixtyprisoners even has been returned as killed in 1Ia.'F: acres I..... ..............
t captive. says a -Captain O'Neil one of the Ul s1..e Six tm.': .:::";.mmi SXS tasty per ..;.... ,_ ", 'l.
-- affected Unionists while four have been real ........ Immm mt 'M per ...... \
"*"<" POPE" WRITES WHICH LETTER HE PLEADS a yard Probably the hardest lo.t of lira Five.....< ....-.*... a...... fr.. Tki store i II takiaf rteerd far tfatelf ia tkt Matter ., x ;;w,

,' IN FOR EARLY END OF WAR wounded 179 or members returned who to their have joined regiments the Isapr..ve4 Immm far ..... keJpiaf people to outfit ..*. c-.4.... Omr prices arc

,'.." Bordeaux. via Paris.-In a reply to nose p t ? of the new Earl of Stair now MRS. SUMMERS rir t. 5,
letter from Cardinal Paul Pierre An- rapid of in
\\1' war Germany. OH Prmmrlm St. ._ bloek west
of Bodreaux, Pope .r ;
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drieu. archbishop | f Clyde Area.e 1Ctyda. the 3.4
n I Benedict has written the following: Despite | we use the present wisely we may i.......... we.t .( e..rt_ ,..c- f
f > "When we see each day the most hours leave the future-io take care of _.tk>. ,

't. flourishing provinces covered with lungs and j i .. .00.0.00".0..0. .
"blood and bereavement, we cannot help came
: being filled with anguish and looking lung. I TOOLS'
forwrd to the future with the deepest resulting
-'*_' aflxlety.' forced IS MERCURY IT SICKENS !

I'i i ,"Consequently, nothing seems to us of air
moN desirable than the .cessation of Dr. I FOR
the long cruel war. To the rapid att.inment mystery ,' r.vrG
of that end, we have directed, some of ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITEHere's
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and efforts.IV .
If .*s you: knew, all our plans stories. ENGINEERS
May God turn thoughts of peace j jI
ft the heart of those who hold in their I -
Khand the destinies of the peop 8." ers in Liter Tom" Starts You Dm my guarantee-Go to any drugstore 4
.\ and get a 60 cent bottle of 'Dodeon's ' No matter what Us* ., .. EariM. ,.. kaTe- a*, Steasa "
Belter Thai Calomel aid DotsitSilluti Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight -l
f\A.AAAAAAsftA irvwwwwTrWVW| A \ and if it doesn't straighten you Railroad or Stationary Eagiao.-'we have exactly die Tool ,.. ?

or Make You Sick. right up by and morning make you I want feel you fine to sndrigoroui go ailed ia year everyday work Wrack, Hawsers, Oiler, etc., ", 4'all
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isle Lake back to the store and get your man.,.. of tke best-.aIitJ and workauuukip.. sad at price dial will "
to met l Take no more sick-
1/ Dodson's Liver Tone I.! destroying the
uprise ''. Tab ftora ka tke ka '
salivating calomel when bilious or aJ. of calomel because it ill real liver repatatiea d&ag MT/

.is Don't lose a day's, work! I medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it hardware tkat II I ., superior quality aced you will .... .. aaia-. 1''
: mercury or quicksilver can not salivate or make sick.I .
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lure Jersey Milk Cream, causes 'necrosis of the bonea. guarantee that'one spoonful of Dod take ia coadac kew NOW aad topccfe .*.. .big. stock. ;
when it comes into contact itr
aon's Liver TOM will put your sluggishUver
Milk delivered at. .sour bilq crashes Into it, breaking to work and clean your bowel. of r
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you that sour bile and constipated waste
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'.e" b and "all feel misorablflt I that
you guarantee
la torpid' and bowels eeutie ted a bottle ef Dodson's Liver TOM will, !
Phone 241-L S. ,We. have headache, dundaeae, eoated keep yoar .tire family feeling gas for Osceola I : Hardware h t'
. ,0' < if breath Is bad or *t Baea,sour _.U... Gin It to roar children It lak Company
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> : 'l.Ssrixlnee. i alley' ''GazetteJ l', Two : 'Views of Henry\ Ford .; I'Most MovlngLetter -i'Yeat-, ," bid goy"' : ]I


: ;>> JI.AZIIITTJJJ WarThis Preaches Gos
v \ rrmttmllBlATQ' ..DFFICID tN V.ALLET ( BWLDING., -- of European? ,
.' .-- OLA..OOU1ltTr" JrLORIDA.. ," .
)I. 'w. I' \ JUSTICE AND NOT CHARITY DELUSIONS OF HENRY FORD. ........,..,j 'f
'f f 'HARRIS is the most moving letter written Young 'Turner- .seven .yeah old
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4 r. G.;, VANS AGNEW OWNERS -4--
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whose father' isr an ;:ordained
Mr.\ Henry Ford, who was a poor "We will guarantee to take every during the war. The writer was a Baptistminister '
? "f-j ." to ,", : man a few and regarded by French cavalry officer and the letter delivered a% message t direct; ,
.. EB f years ago of and make a
out Sing Sing
.. ,. \ ,., cRIP'I'ION RATK8J 'one ...... .1- man from God to th( people of St.;
,. .! ,, crop ll.Iiliri'.S/ .ap--------- -------------- some as a "crazy inventor; but now adrdessed to his fiancee a young Cloud
." ): .! Ford was
\ T. :*< month.._ man of him/ declared Henry
,, ', 't": '''''' n. CopY. thr.. montb.________ ..r.w. written Saturday night' and :
It ,Sunday'after1
; 11r r' is a millionaire auto manufacturer anda the automobile manufacturer, the American girl in Paris. was
y'$1 Ir 1,');:Ii'.tl < \ :. I . philanthropist was one of the most other day before the United States as he lay dying after being noon. "_ ?, ,""" >V

,, y".JIl\' ; ,,, t. A11'eommvnl.atlaae:;: -....r.. '!,j apt from. our authorised correspondents must bt Impressive witnesses yet heard by the Commission on Industrial Relations.: \ wounded in a cavalry charge. It is a It is claimed that this 'young' 'boy

..Jt ...i',," \ > i..::. ;It.f.et.4 matter will not b.. returned. unless called for. industrial relation commission at The "we" in the la undoubtedly wonderful letter. This is how it runs: has not been trained but. ,,(peak* hi* )'
;'I{; ( 't'.1> , .. ." Washington. He very plainly denounced Ford and case his hired subord1- "There are two other men lying messages? to the'people1', Just,<,as>Cod{:

;.J:':. 11< : . :'(.D"!. .ttb., I'oatofftee Klulmmee. Florida as eoond-clM matter.. charity as a means of reliev- nates Henry who the double near nvs and I do not think there ''is directs him. '' "and'!{ ,'
.' "I; I: "'i'JI :' ".-.r.' ..... ing distress. And he insisted that un- are operating efficiency, and much hope for them either. One is This boy is bright 'th !.??.- ?,. ?

': ,-, ,i" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915 der the pro t-sharing plan In opera- wages general profit-sharing social welfare, plan established an officer of a Scottish regiment and father has a great money-making B
tion in his 'of his in the Uhlans. machine. The fact that he I* al
' .1 plants every one the other a private only
j . Ford. But what kind of man'I.
/ ,/ .c1 --no I employes has been revolutionized."I by scheme to turn a out? They were struck down after me, and, boy df so tender years i Ie a: drawing)II
the
,. ". have very little use for charitiesand expected when I came to myself, 1 found them card far superior to the .bally ho't'xrtists ;
the kind Of that
Obviously man seems
rl A "Best Kept" Farm philanthropies as such" he Bald I the ideal to the mind of Ford and beading over me, rendering first aid. before the tents at a county?,;'

\\I\ '-'I.' ..1.I,." "My idea is, aid men to help them. those' who with his general J "The Britisher was pouring water I fair. *,>
> 4 If a> selves. Nearly all to work agrro his flask, while show free and the
).i"J " are willing views And crediting Mr. Ford'withall down my throat from The was crowd)I''
':': / '" each farm in any community it clean, tidy I and well kept, presenting for adequate reward. We have all kinds of good intentions we take th'! German was endeavoring to attending was enormous. The natural!
I :. kinds of cripples in our employ, and stanch wound with an antiseptic curiosity in humanity to hear'' what V
,c\\; ,; -t', ithrifly.} home-life appearance the whole neighborhood will be attractive leave to doubt his tmast.' He is laboring my
; ; they making good. We have served out to them by kid would th.Atsole
are a under several curious delusions. preparation the say was probably
:/ 1/:10.: visitors and satisfying to resident Local and county fair boards might who have been in Highlander .
The the
.I., great many prison The i ..alman of this kind has always their medical corps. reason for success of th.I,
'" "',\' n '' create a very valuable farm improvement habit by offering a liberal prize and who are outcasts! from society. haunted the capitalist< mind but they had one of his ]legs shattered, and affair. But that any one thought they

, I. '.. for the best planned farm in a neighborhood or in a county. Everyone of them is making a good have never got him yet in the mass the German had several pieces of boy understood any more about th.3''

;. :. ,/ l showing and is gaining in self-respect and never will. It is, an the antagonists shrApnel buried in his md-. great mysteries of God and life than ?
'>\ ;T. and strength of character." of socialism say "opposed to hu- "In spite of their own sufferings/ a poll parrot does when he say:'>i
Mr. Ford explained at length the they were trying to help me and when "Hello Polly Polly want a cracker".!:
; mal nature. Man, in- bulk, cannotbe ,;
*r'1' Is Your Hat In the ? )
J i ?;;> Ring profit-sharing plan. His firm pays molded to the heart's desire of the I wan fully consciounw. again the Ger- we doubt very much. But what dif"s''

../ i tat tl wages 15 per cent. above those paid in capitalist and the difficulty of doing it man gave us n morphia injection and ference does that make so long a* t
'' other plants, he said, and in addition is enhanced by the fact that the moldis took one himself. His medical! corps they /got the money. 'j is r:
In this issue election be held in Kis-
; the call for
l publish to
./ we a primary and the of the
employes eligible, majority him with infection -
) always changing as capitalism had also suplied | This child] is reported to have been
r 4) ... .unmee on Saturday March 6, for the nomination of candidates for cityG them are, participate in the profit- changes.Still/ and the needle, together with I "converted" at the age of five and '>

'; 't, office'to: be voted for at the general election Saturday March 27. sharing plan. The working day is nobody can venture to call printed instructions for its use. ; God has shown great partiality to

,+; Up to now only three candidates have announced their intentions of eight hours! instead of nine as formerly :Mr. Ford a utonian. He has too much "After the injection, feeling won- him by causing! him to "believe." Yet.
i and no one receives 1 less than five at spoke of the livenwe
we old
derfully ease I what child] five would not
.11 i t making the We need Don I be bashful about it. Just money to permit that designation. years
race. many more. dollars! a day for their labor. Complete had lived before the war. We believe anything its parents taught Iteven
:. step up and shie your "hat in the ring." The voters will do the rest. records are made of every em be applied who to have him.nothing It is but only visions the allspoke English and w<> talked of -- to ghosts; and buggars being I.i

J # IIII ploye and their work is carefully who people qualify as Utopians. the women we had left at homo. Both in the dark to catch them. fnI ;i

watched. the German and the HritiKher had I But the most important part of this y"burlesque
1' For Marks "Our first purpose in establishing! Hut the great trouble with Ford is been.mBrrif'd a year |: free show" is the fact #
; Looking Easy (.his plan," Ford said, "was substantial that he doesn't really know what heis "I wondered, and I suppose the that it was not entirely free. A "col.?i
justice to our co-workers without doing himself lie is working in others did had fought one I
why we and
... I i loction was taken up" quite a wad*'
whom we could have accomplished the dark, and hasn't the slightest another all. I looked at th- Highlander
at ,
From different of the stories of a swindle successfully of good money was taken out of Bty;
parts; country come suspicion that he is really a'philan- i I
iy We hud had,
,
nothing. great success who was falling/ asleep exhausted
that could have
k. worked on farmers who thought they were gOing lo get; cheap groceries. Two and, in fact, we desired no greater thropist." He repudiates philanthropy I and in site of his drawn j I Cloudnioniv, donkmuch
if to
good applied relieving
smooth strangers went through the communities taking orders for a house in success from the financial] point of and all its works-by word of face and mud-stained uniform he I i needy widows rf some of our old vet-q the/1''

I Chicago pretending to sell a standard brand of sugar and flour so cheaply viewSo we put this plan into effect mouth. He informed faith in the commissionthat Ifvoked] the embodiment of freedom I I oran comrades, who have pasted: on.'s. <
phil-
he "private
I We do not in put no of
it tricolor
regard of the
that every farmer visited look from $10 to $60( worth, and other things hut as any due anthropy;" that he had no use for Then I thought had done I Money that Si. Cloud] will never reap !
sense a gift or a charity, only France and all that France
besides. Because of the low the flour and had be that his. idea is for men to |lone bit of benefit from. Yet it is goner lI
to "paid "charity
; prices sugar in reward for "?rv <'p. No man is. influenced ; for liberty. Then I watched the German ; -
r advance." It is alleged that in one community the swindlers picked up some s to change his. way of livingor help! themselves. ; that justice, not who had ceased to speak. Me beyond recall. :['1
$3,000 and delivered. I his habits. in order to qualify under charity ia tH- desideratum. These had taken a prayer-book from hi< I After "God had spoken to the pea.j
r, no groceries statements, says the report, "provoked read pie through this youngster"-we
1 4 ". M the profit-sharing plan. Yet, whereas knapsack and was trying to a area
1 at the start (Ij iO( per cent of the an outburst' of cheering. service for soldiers wounded in not sure whether it was the boy or

men participated in the plan, today But what is Henrv Ford really do- battle." the boyn father who turned the meet-"}

r":7 i That "Horrid" Printer nearly every man past. twenty-two I ing? How does it differ from "char- The letter ends with a reference to ing into a commercial sales house and-..'

yearn of age employed by us is hene- it)""' to voluntarily give a man double the. failing light and-the roar of the put photographs of the child 'on sale!'
fitted by it. The increased efficiencyof wages when he has no real claim to puns. It was found at the dead of- and thereby worked the graft to a/
. v Unobserved and unannounced live president of a church society entered t the men is from 15 to 20 per rent. work at wages at all ? Is that Ford ficer's fide by a Red Cross file and fare-you-well. As we said we do not;"

the composing room just in time ,to hear these words issue from the mouth of 'I with reference to work produced.,! I plan helping him or the man helping was forty urded to his fiancee. know which of the aforementioned two;

the boss printer I This, too, in th- face of a reduction of himself And how about that corps turned the house of worship into at|
: the working clay by one hour. Daily j: of forty advisers, who pass upon the TRAMMELL FOPTCONGRESS. commercial sales place, yet we knoW'.
I' "Billy, go to the devil and tell him lo finish that 'murder' he began this I absentees. from work have decreased qualifications of the em ploveR, and, -4,- it was. done, and we believe it IIIa'ain..t |

i morning. Then 'kill William J- Bryan's Youngest t Grandchild,' and dump the from 10 per cent of the working I as Ford himself! testified, "help] the The Tribune carried the announcement /! the city law to do a commer. ;

'Sweet Angel of Mercy' into the hellbox. Then make up that 'Naughty force to three tenths of 1 per cent. I unsophisticated ones?" All this is. of Governor Trammel! that he cial business on. Sunday. >'

Parisian Actress'and lock 'The Lady in Her Boudoir'. "Fear and worry in the struggle for clearly] "philanthropy," however Ford will be a candidate for congress in According/ to the Bible Jesus Christi i .
up I livelihood properly to provide for may repudiate it as such, and the I the First district in the next primary. made a ]lash with which He drove the
Horrified, the good woman fled from the place of sin, and now her home and with the dreadof unwittingly )\
dependents, press, invariably, per- This settles a question that has been "money-changers from the temple"r
children wonder why they are not allowed to play with the printer's youngster. what might happen if the job is haps, though correctly refers to himas disturbing the minds of the politiciansof But Christ was not on the job Sundayand :.

e 4 lost, have practically been eliminated.No a philanthropist: Florida for many months. thev got away with the coin._ -SU< '
man Is discharged without great But even then there are those who The governor has been regarded as Cloud Tribune. 1. '.

I The Game of Monarchs cause. I will not be "helped." Again the Ford a certain candidates for the United I

"The new plan was put into effect testimony: "In one year 1,442 were States senate or for the house.It doubtless that bunch will be''i
figure a
because of the knowledge that mar- discharged, 985 quit and 5,312 left can readily be seen how uncer-
I easier to beat than one strong oppon
There seems to be one steady, persistent idea among the men of "large ket rate were not sufficient for men without notice or explanation but-- tainty in regard to his final decisionhas ent. But that is a matter for the fu
properly to care for self and dependents. No man is discharged from the affected the state political sit- ture. At that the other
ei mean. who are testifying before the United States Commission on Industrial And it has out muchof any rate now
brought service of the until he uation. into-
company gentlemen have taken the public
Relation in New York city. human salvage and proven that has proved utterly unfit from Prospective aspirants, both for the their confidence and announced their

Working people are people for whom things must be done. "We do this barriers between employers and em every standpoint.Then senate and for the house have been intentions so far in advance, Mf''
and do that for and ployes thought to exist and often existing awaiting the governor's announcementof do likewise. .,
we our working people. they repeat over over. Working be it there are delinquents, Sparkman ought to \
can largely removed. seems his choice.
people are men on a chess board to be moved around or taken off, according "No man can bring family and and they don't necesasrily come from Meantime, we can imagine the
up a
all doubts at rest. 'the
has set of that
the player fit. Or they animals who mutt be housed this home the jails, either. But in the face of He now sense security pervade
i a* tee are mere hope to own a on the ordinaryrate of the"guarantee" He thinks it is early to make an an- political domicile of Senator' DryaD
way or that, who mutt be "handled" in a certain way. of wage. I do not think that men this admission, what becomes man out nouncement but, at the same time be- Trammell! was the dark cloud on 'hi*
take
"every"
to
do of do good work mentally and physicallyfor lieves it is his to declare himself horizon. That cloud removed
( Never it there any indication that working people want to things of Sing Sing and "make a man of duty our
more than eight hours a day. 1 so that everyone will be fully ad- junior senator has Small cause',,/or
l their own volition. Never are working people supposed to know what is for "If corporations are overcapitalized him" Tribune. ,' '
vised to his intentions.The worry.-Tampa
their good. It it "we"who decide whether the wages are fair, whether the they must necessarily oppress labor The trouble is that the. vast ma- as ;t
houses whether send their children school to make a showing. In my judgment jority of workers do not want to be"helped" governor has, so far, risen on .. -
',_ I are good enough they ought to to have and logical stepping-stones- "
in this They easy
way. GO TO "
more \business is no objection if .H
,Y" S whether there ought to be union, "WE"run the whole show and you are corporations are not overcapitalized."We their own ideas about the mattef. legislator president of the senate, at-

c'a:i J4? earth only to that'there may be a how to run. cannot expect a man'to giveus Sing Sing is full of sturdy individualists torney-general, governor. Congress is B. DICKERSOI

ton 1* 1 0 }his best efforts when he is In debt who believe in helping themselves the next step. He decides to attemptthe .. '
r\\ .. and bas not to his \ and there are millions of other easiest ascent. To run for the 11'.. c,....... Lath. Pia.Lath Pale
"h ,J'/ \ enough' keep v family people not in jail, who are also""utterly senate, he would have to skip pre Ffa...., ......... Farta, IM., .,._.
:
We Will Grow Richer on. Brick, Vlre <...y ate Kir HrlrkPiers H.
; "I believe it is better wiser, and unfit" for the Ford benefactions.They step, and besides, make a campaignall alt .*.... sae BmiUl.a B......*.
unworthy the state. And he would haveto ....
more just to make many men comfortable are not necessarily over Kvrrr STORE 1 ""i ''Ii

Among the "Fifty Reason Why the United States is to Grow Richer in than to make a few rich."- people themselves) though their lie faulty.ideas of But helping most Florida fight-one Senator of the Bryan.strongest The chances men in PORCH ARTIFICIAL COLUMNS' mm* ELMCTItJOLIGI5T ;

1915" the following are grouped under the head of "Agriculture" by B. C. St. Augustine Record. of them are too Intelligent to believe for the house look much more invitingto POLES 1 Ik

-' Forbes financial editor of a New York newspaper: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. that they are helping themselves when him.A C... nr..awar sad III..... ..;;Ii.r. .

fi p' "; "American farmers very tardily, are learning the incalculable value of --- -- they know only too well that'Ford, despite peculiar situation presents itselfin ..... 141. f..'
Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 30; 1915. his denials, is helping them: thatno our next congressional race, with
crop rotation. To the Editor Valley Gazette: man can help himself to a job in two candidates from one townLakeland. 4
I "The south hat increased its winter wheat acreage 5Qr/ and corn Please publish this, my apology to Ford's without Ford's sanction and if '

acreage promises to be similarly extended. the sidewalk skat-rs" on Sumner he does secure it, cannot hold it with- Mr. Drane is already in the race. ; :

+' "A proper system of credit for our farmers is to be established, probably street. On January 23, while walking out Ford's aprpoval. He ia not the A. J. Angle has been in it all the time. THE
/ down the walk I came to four judge of his own fitness or unfitness, GRAYSTON
in. What will
before 1915 ends. This it a consideration of great importance. little 'girls with skates on, skating, and but Ford is. Ford "makes a man'sof Now Mr. Sparkman the governor do?gets Some presumably : : *

"Heavy immigration from rural Europe should provide our farmers with I smilingly said "One, two, three, four, him; he doesn't "make a man of wise politicians predict that the pres- "

' a a more adequate supply of labor and should also lead to the cultivation of twenty dollars worth of little girls if hi mlloel f." Ford may delude himself ent congressman will not be a can- t'\\\{\
throughout the the marshal should come along and with the delusion that he is'nt "help didate-but they speak without au ; ; I. N. THBRIUI. fro. L D. ...m.l&ri
greater acreage country. obey the mayor's word that he wouldsee ing," but he cannot delude the workers ,1
"Our \total farm products in (1914 are estimated by the government at that said order was carried out." with that delusion; not all of thority.man believe Those that who the know multiplicity Mr. Spark-of i Open Year Round*''

almost $10.000.000.000 in value, a figure never before attained. I passed on and before I had walkedto them, at any rate, not even the majority candidates will make him all the more ,
s the street crossing a boy about ten : He delude some of tHem :...
1915.
"High prices for all food products will enrich our farmers during may eager to ask for re-election. He will
or twelve years old passed very close some of the time., but not many, and
"Prosperity is enabling farmers to buy more labor-saving machinery close it seemed he tried to
to me; so while they are in his mold, they will"
t 'S purchase better grades of breeding cattle and improve their homes, thus see how close he could come to me of course, pr"tend they are deluded

making their daily life more comfortable. and not hit me. I, being somewhat into the belief that they are helping
hard of hearing was startled but I I themselves i
"Remarkable advances in agricultural science combined with the unmatched I
said nothing and he looked up in m" What Henry Ford is up against is
t efficiency of our federal department of agriculture ha.ve greatly face as much as to say the next timeI the impossible wage system. He is

reduced the danger of any general failure of crops" will come closer. trying/ to persuade himself and others SUPERIOR SERVICE

My apology is, if I have not any that it isn't really what it U; that COURTEOUSTREATMEN4FORWARD

right to use the walk I will take the justice and self-help are possible un

THE WORLD'S "GREAT." GRAVE' DIGGERS. center of the street, especially on Sat- der it and that "philanthropy and
urdays or after school hours.H. charity" are not necessary adjuncts to
4A P. SMITH. himself into
h r it. And to hypnotize
A town that never nas anything to
Andrew Carnegie always has a barF do in a public way is on 'the way to O- that delusion he must necessarily involve -
w ber cut his hair instead of cutting it the cemetery. Any citizen who will DEFENDS "BILLY SUNDAY. himself in a maze of hopeless

i w himself. : do nothing for his town is helping to I Huntington, W. Va., Jan. 30, 1915. contradictions.-New York Call. Y

r'! I dig the grave. .A man who is so selfish : Editor Valley Gazette: -
l r John D. Rockefeller does not polish as to have no time from business to I am enclosing you clipping, edi- Be a booster for everything there is
his own shoes. (Nor anybody else's.) I give to local affairs is making the torial from "North American (Philadelphia any good in' for the uplift of, man .

+ +c '- J. P. Morgan, though interested in shroud. The man who will not ad- I Pa.). Kindly read it care- kind. Yours, It laas been proven
i; railroading dislikes very much toh'a vertise is driving the hearse. The I fully. It is well written and by a man J. W. COFFMAN. by expf'rlence

work on the track with, a pick and. man who is always pulling back from who has been there, heard and seen. I' Editor's Note-The writer is ;mis that better financial progress la made
) i shovel. any public enterprise throws bou- I We have had Bily Sunday with us, taken. The Gazette did not comment

et r quets in the grave. The man who is last year and he knows whereof he editorially for or against "Billy" Sun- by having a checking account and de
'no George Gould is worth many mil- so stingy as to be howling hard times, speaks, that thousands have been day. We merely reprinted the edi-
f. l. lions but the backyard of his New preaches the funeral, sings the doxology made happier, and our city is a better torial opinions of a few local and for payIng all bills In this Safe EconomIcal 2

( York residence is so small that he and thus, the town lies buried city, not 5, neighborhood in it that eign newspapers. Convenient
ana
') .! cannot keep either cows or pigs. from all sorrow and care.-Palatka has not been made better by his way. Your ac- )

y Item. coming. Your paper last week, edi- SOME TRUTH TO THIS.rhis count subject to check large or small ''\7 D:
Mr: John Jacob Astor lets
never o torially and clippings, spoke disparag- ,
))1' ,' 1 the supper dishes "wait over until WHAT DO YOU MEAN ingly of him and his work. When you continual knocking of Cole ''s Invited. ;
1 '>?, A morningShe employs women to know if you know anything at all Blease late governor of South Carolina -
--+-
i..' wash them at night. about him, that he is the greatest because he pardoned or paroledall .
The Times.Union is authority for evangelist in the world Oh of the prisoners in the peniten- $2 and
today. $4 Year
Samuel Mather is said to have a the statement that C. F. Johnson edi- of does not per
yes we had knockers here before he tiary that' state appealto
.mechanical mind, but cannot fill hisown tor of the Osceola Journal prior to '
a
the
came. Oh, yes! Called him a Drafter us as just exactly proper thing.Time i
teeth. its being absorbed by the Valley Ga- etc., just like and that Governor Blease I
.. your paper did may prove
!} (1 tKctg'h will cette,. will begin the publication of a these same fellows here are now I was the cause 'of saving the souls and ,.... '
soften ,,
1 ,bpar'egrease Arthur E.
f iw at Klssimmeev We can'tbelieve Donegan p. K.
3 daily
e !J.tb whisker*,, J..1. Hill of Great paper tMr, Joaason was speaking seriously booster for Billy Sunday. Give Billya manhood of many men Who, If l left to WWVq'. ,';i ij
deal. You will fall all languish in the penitentiary woukj i :'Prealdeat.
'Y'4 .hNortbera fame, never rubs it on his. square over Caah1cr/
_' ,, when he made such statement
I
? have become incurable criminals. We
yourselves to hear him after you hear
-mswl u Wjjl'" yirjv.\ aeTtnt".. lt*ir ,t .s.th1.Zmea-1Jplon. eporter. But 4t, ; ,t '
.r. | aya him once. Now I What differencedoes are glad to 'know that there la ,Stiljl ,. .
x / ,safer to call in a chiropodist than to that Jacksonville water has'a peculiar it make what method you pursue one man' living who. practices thenoble + J 1

4'4 tc ) ;Vtry. to' pare.his coma himself.-ClevePreMU effect Tribune.on a man's tongue.-St. Cloud! to save a man's life from sentiment of "man's humanityto _._._

n I land ? V 1.. \ or a banting; building See the point man.".-St. Cloud Tribune. i .
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,r "WOMAN ALWAYS 'BEARS: :BURDEN." ;.. i .... 0 .'. . .. .o..; :444, . .44... 0 ..44. . ..4... WOMAN, DOG CATCHER" :'.;,

'WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES HyGIENE.* ,IMPOUNDS 206. POPS "rMpiraskse..By Oft
I ., -: . For1be'Children": : ,'44- .
.00. .. .... .. .. .. .. ..... .>4.4.. .00..0. rots 01'th,. to
: : : ,,CRIES, SOUL: MATE OF SLAIN WIFE .. . : ,. '... 4, .. two the city finance committee baa dew

: 'The"Wom n'.' Trade,Union,"of'Am-,, Nothing'! restores a tired 'body and tided to take $600 from the contingent''

'I I\: erica has over 65,00 members., \ Little ,Miss 'brewn All 'I" brain'more completely than a refresh fund to be paid to Miss Lenore Caw..'
Ssn.Francl.co.-The'btlnd: ,' persis-- '.. '' ker MllwauVee's rich doff catcher for'r .
'Ready_ f f tbePlunge.. ing bath and a change into fresh clean r(
''tency pf human'nature In blaming the Attleboro Mass., 'b'U woman'schamber clothing. .. I Impounding, stray; dogs. ,
a
. *woman and condonlngM.be sins of the FOR, SLENDER WOMEN. of of which Mr.C. . Miss Cawker presents figures to the
'man, even after the man has accepted . G. Holden commerce I I. chairman. Cold water Is a splendid preventiveof committee showing that the work,,
) I IT' I. I I I 1 which .,
she
,t JM the full responsibility, has added another wrinkles, making<; the akin Arm and is at present carrying on
I tragedy( to the mortuary of unlicensed Though Ssmewhat Passe, the *!' * smooth. The face should be washed in for the city ,costs her $8.500 a year.

',,/-,"I\ lots Tunis Has Many Charms. Great Britain is refusing the prof- cold water ever morning.., During. 1913,she explained 2,605 stray ,
:,; "This woman's blood is my ered help of English women doctor, dogs were picked up, and dispatched
," said M.upon Browne, while Russia is gladly accepting such Get into the habit of.keeping several humanely Under-'her directions: '-

r/V) ,'. soul mate of MrvMande Hendricks, .cast ptsnce. changes of shoes, And change: your Miss Cawker hires two men and provides

. who killed herself here rather than 000Mrs. shoes every night when you get home. an automobile for the doc P chIne : -:,
,i. face the "black hopelessness" of her Thomas F.' Hart, the "millon-' It i. a great rest to tired feet. and maintain. at her own expense
A'. with the who had aire policewoman" ** Muncie Ind. has S. kennels where don are cared for until
entanglement
... man resigned because her health would not Almond milk is excellent for whitening claimed or chloroformed. '
won her from her husband, Roy Hen- 1 permit her to continue her work. and softening: the skin but Its ef l raw
dricks a railway engineer.He .. facts will not be noticed until after
.r looked upon. her dead body and weeks Of From excessive often*'
perspiration
constant and
Chorus girls in New York City object ... regular application.
t. the
;1 we skin between the toe becomes soft
|: ;- "My wife' blood is to being sensationalized and have 055 and breaks
> upon an unworthy Into fissures. This U case;'
.r,* man's head," said the crushed husband asked for the privilege of censoring One teaspoonful of baking soda mixed ed by the acerbity of the perspiration,

i in turn still viewing the still ," Yc matter before being sent to the news with one-half glass of water and and is easily cured by ,washing the)

,. figure of the woman he had lost. He, rL papers. e e e applied with a soft cloth is excellent part. with a pure soap and warm water ,;
"u. too, shook with sobs. "He will have to fer pimples, fever blisters, burns and and applying a piece of cotton wet'
make final acounUng to his maker. Mme. Catherine Breshkorskya, the poison from Ivy. with tincture of myrrh. :
His own heart wiH be his bitterest accuser famous Russian who is in solitary exile 55
," { 4 says that she expects to be able Were good vigorous walking more .
to leave Siberia trt about eight months. and A Test for Liver CoMpIdat.
'A Both men had loved the woman, generally regularly engaged in by
* e both 'sexes.the for Mentally Unhappy-Physically Dal).'
\ who in turn had loved both. But little necessity gymnasiaand
'1 -', happiness had gone with these entangled 3 Quebec, Canada, nuns have a com- other artificial substitutes would The Liver sluggish and Inactive,,.
.
r "' affections. Of her \husband. Mrs. t' yn ; plete booking establishment in their s not be .so apparent. first show Itself in a mental stato "
Hendricks had said she would die nunnery, where girls entering are 000 unhappy and critical. Never is there ''c'
rather than live with him. For her taught and trained in the rudimentsof If those who prespire freely woulduse i joy in living;, as when the Stomach

affinity she chose to end it all, rather printing.. a little ammonia in the water they : and Liver are doing their work: ',Keep
than face public condemnation."The ,t * bathe in every day it would keep the i your Liver active and healthy by' .
4 afwv; A woman's volunteer using Dr. New Life ,
peculiar thing about this ; reserve com- flesh clean and sweet, doing away with Kings Fills they +
w of rUVwomen of Lon- the Bowels "
tragedy' said the Rev. Browne, a posed expert any disagreeable odor. empty freely.tone up your'
'i worker don, has organized and asked the war e.e Stomach, cure your Constipation and k
graduate -
prominent of Columbia temperance University, and a office for an allotment of duties In case Many women lament roughened, purify the Blood. 2Bc at Drue..t.Buckien' .

former student at Heidleberg, "is the England is invaded.* e blotchy hand. and try all sorts of lotions Piles. Arnica Salve excellent for

attitude/ of our friends toward Mrs. fstj to overcome this defect, when in
,. Hendricks and myself. e Mrs. Mary G. Spencer has been statelibrarian ...... --.- reality the trouble is caused by not k
of for the last
Michigan
throw using,the towel properly.>>
"While all of them the entire I
o twenty-two years and has brought' to Photo by American Prwm AK> *Uon. ,
been
blame and while I have
on me, ,
Michigan the distinction of having one
A cold each morning is often
sponge Gutters
unable to offer one single argument in of the best state libraries in the U hited Among a score or so of girl swimmers good for flushing of the face. This I. ..
I' my own defense, all the offers for aid, I
States. who took part in tbe racing and sometimes
due to indigestion and
.< materially and spiritually, have come
I r$; to me, supposedly the arch-criminal in O diving contests at the recent Sports sometimes to tight clothing. Pay particular MouldlnjIcKetrs.. 'x'
v.- this affair! and none to Mrs. Hen- man's Show In New York city none attention to the neck, waist and 'J

4rick, who needed help far more YOUTHFUL SPRING GOWN. attracted so much attention as Miss feet, which should not be constricted. ',
4 e e C
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than I. . . . . . . . . Catherine Brown. She was the youngest The most healthful in ,
: position sleep- t
"I was offered to ret out off
money ( of the lot and the handsomest ins i. the side with the
: the state and seek oblivion. But whenI : Smart Model In Black and surelf on right right

I tried to get aid for the woman. I was Whit For Aft.rnoon W.*r. Miss Catherine Ia duly live years elbow under the body and the hand ex-
I',,:-. met with cold rebuffs." y o I old. but she has been an expert swimmer tended in front of the waist, the left ,
( arm slightly flexed and lying easily
,I'" And so the woman paid-to the ever since she was able to walk.
against the left side; the head slightly
I ultimate. a Her father Commodore Alfred Brown
bent
! Loneliness and unhappy previous Ltt'eru .of the American Life IJJI: loC society forward. C e tOUR
I.I.'A married life brought Mrt Hendricks roapxa'aND I
Is a professional swimmer and be usedto Many persona wash their hands fre-
and the Rev. R. A. M. Browne to-
take Catherine
. 1 out In Kluahlug bay quently without making them perfectly -
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and the fateful .
gather quickly wove -- when abe wan a 'baby In fact she is clean. There is a great difference PICKETS ARE OUT
eternal triangle after their first *
SATIN BOBS. not mucb more than that yet But un- in the color and texture of your skin
chance fellow .
on a coastwise meeting steamer.as passengers Fashion IH expected to swing away v. der bis tutelage abe has become an expert after simply washing your hands in on the best fences' la town,,bec use

i Mrs. Hendricks had been living from the tunic, hut many tunics and .\:.. diver and la able to swim long dis the ordinary manner and going over they look beet and wear best. la
tances. Her borne In In them with a flesh brush. fact this applies to all our Lumberand
away from' her husband for some tiered gowns will doubtless be worn Flushing a

-months. Hendricks, who lives in for a time. Cert In designers still favor part of New York clt.)'. 5 't ::..

.v.. ,. Stockton, Cal., said he had sent her them and 1 certain types of women After long standing or walking you BUILDING MATERIALTo ,
to Oakland, Cal., to take a course at still find them becomingThere Is no will find great relief for your swollen these lines'
business college. and hot feet then in waterin buy anything In
a by bathing
doubt that they tire a boon to the very CLEANING A RUSTED SINK. without ,
obtaining our prices "ywilli +t
The Rev. Browne, an ordained minister slim. The pictured her* la an which has been dissolved an ounet
tatwii
and leader in the California with Jtusted ironware or sinks can easily of alum, two ounces of rock salt and mean not only a loss In moa..butJa |
I11Otl.III satin sliver '

evening embroidered
FQII "dry" campaign, had separated from be cleaned by smearing with fat or two ounces of borax. Massaging with loss 'In the quality as well to yon. ,'. .

it his wife several years ago.. overdress of gauze. A drapery I grease, then covering wjth quicklime, olive oil is also excellent for tired feet.Wbooerer Any. good carpenter will endorse this'., f,
Their clandestine association soon of the embroidered gauze over the which should be left on for a few t

I 'i took the form of flaunted relationship. shoulders mulntiilns the sleeveless ef- hours. Wash off with hot water to YOM Need a Oooaral Toolc \'I!

Openly they\ represented themselves as fect. Charming and artistic, this gown j which a large amount of common soda Take Orov.. '

' man and wife. la of almost Greek simplicity, In line has been added, and use a cloth tied The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless May Lumber.Co.

"I told Mrs. Hendricks," said -- to a sink broom, so as to avoid touch- chill Tonic is equally valuable ae a ? "

Browne, "that we would brace it out STILL IN ing with the hands. General Tonic because it contains the IL, R. May, ........ .i ,
' and go through with it, no matter' LOVE YET This is, a great help to persons well known tonic ptoperUeaof QUININB
I. What 'the people said. Later, however i SHE SEEKS DIVORCE moving Into a house which has been a IRON. It acts on the Uver. Drives. Pbcpe at KleshTsnioo' .,; ..... ,

t we-agreed to be.a little careful. Atlantic Although: vacant a long while and where the oat Malaria, Brricbes the Blood ,and !
\ she asserted ink is all Builds UMfjol4 8 vstem. 90 cents. --. .,
', think we both felt that such re-I' that the "more he beat" her the rusted. up. r, rr
'Ifttlonshlp 'could not lead to. lasting
"better she loved him," Mrs. Antonio ,
.. ._ happiness and that we wanted to get Biranto asked Vive + .
1 Chancellor '
'; J-x-all the happiness could while-,the Learn .
ing to give her a divorce
from '
A
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',",- 'world was ignorant of us. E.,Biranto the If YOU AreTHINKING
4 on charge of desertion. ,
it' { We lived together happily at Notice FarniersWILL .
t. San Francisco hotel! until Christmas a Both tified she as to ad\Biranto's her son,alleged Joseph, 18, tes : to "
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t r Eve, when publicity drove us out." Biranto said he had chased cruelties.his wife
ri In the meantime Mrs. Hendricks had from the house becuua he was"
r been persuaded to go back to her husband of her sus OP BUILDING ..AT.::' '
using a carving knife
when the latter became sick but Buy Poultry and Hogs WllPay : "
t" to brandish in the air in his direction. your '
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.: after pursing him for two weeks she Husband and wife surprised the '3 t HOUSE OP AMY' KIND, IJCT.: : i is

returned to the pastor, saying she court by declaring they loved MB FIGURES ( .
one an- the Market Price. WTTp TOUV ; s
would kill herself if compelled to liver other, despite all that had occurred. you Hignett .3, .
longer with Hendricks. "
"Both of us knew we were doing HIS NAME ON PEACH WE PAY CASH. Get in touch with.. now. I AM PREPARED TO PUl

,.t. wrong" continued Browne. "But we WRAPPER WINS t
1 didn't realize how fully until exposure BRIDE NISH PLANS AND BCTlUf j '
,
.. Call Phone 44 The Parlor Market
came and we both knew we were I North Yakima, Wash.-C. E. Dennis III' branded for all time. I believe it was has Yakima peaches to thank for his t. MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM.,

r-, this awful .thought which drove Mrs. possession of a Minneapolis "peach." PRICES. \ I '

. ( Hendricks to suicide. Dennis was- on a ranch here last ? . r x -?

{" i I knew it was wrong but a man summer, when one of his friends dared BRYAN ..
cannot reconcile his love C. A. CARSON, President N. C. Secretary.:
with his him
to write
\ I responsibilities his name on a peach :;

always; if he' could, he wrapper. airs VOtLB OXJWH. W.D.ARNOLD'
.,.',1 wouldn't be human." He took the dare and presently a :'

letter came from Clara Ripp, of Min- Among tbe white fabrics which will .. .
; The .
,
-\1 : WIFE CLAIMS HUSBAND neapolis.She be popular for tbe spring afternoon Waters & Carson "
Contractor and Builder t 1
'iI' CAME"TO. FLORIDA TO said she thought the YakinA frock one may mention voile with a ,-I' t,.;

.fly':Ii ;: START DIVORCE SUIT Valley would be a nice place to live in, good deal of confidence, mince the maJority Ja8SIl1I:,, PLA. J i i'\' .
so "Denny" set to work to convince of fashion designers look upon .

r' prominent Waycross Pierce, Ga.-E.county Aspinwall man, and,one a her that and they word have has been just married.been received this fabric with favor. One has a Grocery Company 1248...... SL ...... J".:. >

'r 1" of the wealthiest men of south charming example of Its use la tbe '<* r
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.",-; gia, has been placed under bond Geor-I SIX DAYS IN PRISON gown Illustrated, which ls an afternoon s YI
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,,\. creation suitable for the smart tea.
> .xeat proceedings, instituted by his CURES RUN-AWAY WIFE ------ 5jC.W.GRIFFIN r''
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'-. wife, in a suit for alimony It is alleged luncheon bridge or the Informal dance. : h.

i .f < that he established his residence in Portland, Ore.-Six days in jail was The gown lsof white voile cleverly :" ;
Florida for the purpose of securing a enough to convince Mrs. Susan Sarah embroidered with black and with the. t \' "

"i' divorce from his wife, claiming at the Shade that her love for Frank Halsted wide glnlle and sash of black velvet Wholesale and R stall Dealers IGROCERIES. : i ?
i
..s: '/ i time he was visiting the springs for his was a thing of the past, and that she ribbon. One notice. with Interest the ,

ii(, I health. The suit, together with the al- was more than willing to give up her I narrow plultlng which trims. the Utile t,.i irk .
, Ii\ mated divorce action in Florida, has lover, for whom she tramped across jacket nod appears In three undulating: Staple and Fancy- c ,
.i> a distinct stir here. I I the continent, and return to her husband lines the ,
on skirt. The hat is a wide

t l''I i,lr! MAN, IN DISGUISE HEARS CORSET TALK. I Mrs.three and Shade three weeks and children.ago Halgted on were information arrested I I for brimmed Enter spring wear_model, well adapted I GROCERIESFree : I :: : ,A ii:

x; "' s\'f ,, fom Owkmnd" Calif. Her husband, . . . . . 4'' . . . .... .. ... ..... ..... j \.;,,r,
San Bernardino, Cal.-Detectives John Shade, wrote Judge Stevensonthat j I THICK, GLOSSY HAIR "I; : "
4. have been employed it i is declared toy he was willing to-take his wife I FREE FROM DANDRUFF WE SELL: WE BUY 4aHIDES. r. ' .

'. learn the identity of a man who, Ifarb.Jl.ed < back for the sake of the children. At I HAY. 4 Delivery to all .Parts ; . t1 \t: : :

as a woman, atten ed a moving pic-1 I: first Mrs. Shade could not make up 1 Girls! Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy 4 af rife city f :
\ -ture demonstration of corsets given for her mind to leave Halsted, but her I and .utlful--Get a 25 cent GRAIN . ., f.
f.".' women only. | experience in jail decided her. bottle of Danderine. I, .uas.. 4 &t- 1J' !- -
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y. The Intruder laughed during the U for FERTILIZERS fe .. Tit "
hair
that
care heavy
you glistens
film exhibition. Women WOOL 4 t
spectators : ,, $HfCi
CHEESECLOTH with
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DUSTER. beauty is radiant with ?
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SHINGLES
were Indignant, but the man escaped .
Don't think life has '
old
1 any rag good enough ; an incomparable softness and :
n I v before a veil which is supposed to have for duster. Have Is and lustrous 4 *
a a cheesecloth duster fluffy try Danderine. OYSTERS
1\\ 'I+ ,.; i covered his him.face could be lifted by and keep it for 'that purpose until Just one application doubles the .. ORANGE BOXES,. ... .. -- AND 4. Y a :

.i.;X those near- it is worn out. beauty of your hair besides it Immediately ORANGE WRAPS : ALL , .
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'* The oftener It Is washed the softer dissolves every particle of F. A. Lincoln. HaahatUa Hotel r ., .
r.iaterwC
:4; ,*'Wlthout'good teeth there cannot it Have dandruff. You >
''too gets. two separate cloths for can not have nice VEGETABLE CRATES .
: COUNTRY
. -\ne: proper chewing; without proper i dishes and pot). Keep the dish cloth heavy, healthy hair if you have : : .. agent foSeal 'Shipt*: "f ",.

chewing: there, cannot be proper dlges- for that purpose. Use the pot cloth dandruff.This destructive scurf rob CRATE: NAILS PRODUCT. .; ,\ "
Qa ;onno< ti properauris IfJon there for.wiping shelves, etc. Scald both out the hair of its lustre, its strength and I. .. Oysters Everybody'knetr.{ *'iMTjmallty J.'

ffJ' :. be : without once a day. When you need sy new Its very life, and if pot overcome It .. .... .. ...... . ....-.... ......... : J' ."
..,, proper nourishment there can not dish cloth, take.the old one for pot produces a feverishness and itchiar ef I fco.*.. Seal b-yeaslelui; }' .
'''be health.Without health ,clothf.v > the scalp: th4 hair recta, famish, w. MIl W4... gears-.. ..... a'alhldad.'' : --'ewa .. '-- .. .. ." ',
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f 'wiwtViiftrbacks'. -*kt9-p'e'w4$' *? -. f'. r i, iTo lessen and die; t -the hair.faUiioativJUx ... Swag 1st rttatl.g sad aaltag peruse;I ,, f. ""

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-THEKISSIMMEE VALLEY' ,CAZITT' FRIDAY' :JANUARY 29' ,, '\ t15,,

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Miiiiiiiiiinnm Mother have b.oif invited to come QLnrER NHTALBIp 10 CENT ""CASCARETS"' ""

: and bring their .babies to the Presbyterlan ,. : NEW,HTKA)I'DRYER 'IP BILIOUS OR COSTIVE:
$t : Notes Weekly' Notes of church: Sunday,, this being Thad"Oliver, the Royal Tailor,had f?
ciety $ "Vacation_ Day/?' Mothers. well< Just"Installednew" steam dryer For'Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,,
; Church WorkandChristian a. UDC'peopl are deeply: 'interest which will prove quite an additionto Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They
..yt, .. .: ed .n the subject of life's "vocation.." the efficiency of his-establishment, Work while ')'ou sleep..' ., r

.J ,. (Hattie Belle, IIarris,. Editor. ) The young people will be in charge ibis' latest' niece of equipment will Furred Tongue, Bad Taste., Indigestion ,
': : Progress next Sunday at' the evening hour beginning enable Mr. Oliver to clean.and dry Sallow Skin and Miserable Head-,
i' ,at'7 o'clock: at the{'Presby- garments regardless of weather con aches come from" a'torpid' liver and ?j
: tr.ett *1.llltla.s *o AH patron of the valley Gtzettt I. teid Item II III IIIII lUll Iii II II .; terian church and. will render a va- ditions. Heretofore It was necessaryto clogged bowels,, which cause your 4t(

:.''! : :enentti to toe, Editor, I ried program of songi,,readings and depend upon Old Sol to do the !. stomach td become filled with undigested
I. :, 'hers .bllata.. In thus colas Conducted Local Ministers'
: by '
t ; ; ; .d d res.... It is the anniversary of drying, but now suits, etc. can be food which; sours and fermentslike
,. .. Association. "Cbrlttian Endeavor." cleaned and pressed no matter how garbage in a swill barreL That's

J&t 'I'IOI'I'I'I'I"OI'IOIOIOI ttO'JIOIOIOIOIO.OI t.lo..t; i ii n ii Hi linn nil 11 iiPREACHERS' The Evening Telegraph of Philadelphia much or how long It 'rain.. the first step to untold misery-indigestion , c''

: ,,;,OZ T. XT, MEETING", Mothers' for Monday pubilnbes the foul gases bad breath, yellow: ,.
and Teachers' '
'The W.'C.'T: ;U;has decided Literary and MISSIONARY sermon of "Pastor' Russell" for the Mrs N. B. Carson, Mrs. Helen akin, mental fears, everything that is, ,:
upon I Social club w'U be held on Friday 1 INSTITUTE WILL MEET Oliver her of Savannah n.
in
t the' second, and fourth preceedlng day Torqnto. Canada, daughter horrible and nauseating A Cascaret
,, Fridays In afternoon FebruarY' 12, the pace of ; IN KISSIMMEE from plates, prefaced with the following Ga., motored over to St. Cloud last tonight will give your constipated r, "
s each month a* regular meeting days, meeting to be anonunced later. At note, to-wit: I Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. cleansing and "" {,
: bowels thorough
therefore will meet nest Friday afternoon the February 12th meeting new members t| The PreacheraT Missionary Institute "Pantor Russell's Geo. F. Parker. Mrs Oliver is spend- a '.
Syndicate Sermons out by morning They
February ,1J; In''the Chapter will be enrolled, $1.00 In'tia- of the Orlando district will convene appear in approximately fifteen ing some tines visting in Kissimmee. straighten work while you sleep--a 10-cent box ." \!

House. :; ,It Is desired that all members tion Me being charged all new members in the Methodist church Monday hundred newspapers In the United Mr. John Holden, of Mt. Ayre, Ia., from druggist you will keep you'feel- .', :
_ ..be'. present.. and 10 cents per month there- evening at 7 p. m. and close Wednesday States, Canada Great Britain South !has arrived to spend the rest of the Ing good your for months :
CHURCH "i.AI>"IKM. TO'HAVE after. All mothers and teachers interested noon. Monday, 7 p. m., addressby I Africa Australia and Scandinavia in winter in Kissimmee and is stopping _, ,,_ ,)
i .'" alone this. line of work are Rev. J. B. Ley, "Things Worth four language/: Metropolitan cities nt the Franklin home on Emmett ",7-f
'IIOMK COOKINU" HAL.F.H urged to lake meinbrrthlp with the While. Dr. J. C. McLeon, musical are not controlled by'the' syndicate street. !Mr. Holden was a visitor of H. E. Swabey was in Orlando Mon- :;/j;

P 12. Much interest. In. manifested All cordially invited to alf the .
t will. haM.a tale of "home cooking" ary being ser- these Instructive sermons In the leading '
;each' Saturday afternoon from three and the club hopes. to do a I I vice newspapers, paying therefor at tt

,,-to Ave o'clock At LaMode millinery)' great: work during the coming; year. I II i EX-GOV. GLENN ATMETHODIST I Ii advertising raten.-International BIble 'f.I .

whop,, on Broadway, beginning Saturday Nl''\ :\V ICVllPMKNT: ITTIX CHURCH Students Association."
i
afternoon, February 6. All AT SKATING KINK'\

r'' kinds of home-made delicacies andBUbstantials On Saturday of l last week the Ex-Governor Glenn of oNrth Carolina O. L. Sponsler, professor of forestry .1 I Stanford's I Stanford'sAnother I
will be served. month for which the Colonial club] who is booked to speak in Kis- of the University of Michigan, at '
+ '' PICNIC AND KIHir* FRY I had 1 Hpciircd the Sunnier, street RkatiiiK nimmeo the 17th instant, i is a man Ann Arbor, i is spending a short timein .
,o.1 rink expired and was riot renewed of large calibre and wide experience. this section securing specimens for 'I
of about
A party fifty p<
merry
+ Fowler 1'ark I but within ibis time" the literal which fives him much prestige and his. class work. Professor. Spongier i isa
pie at
spent Sunday
Ri I nntronage/: accorded the rink and the our people should .congratulate themselves brother of O. L. Sponsler. of Grand
all I
Club house enjoying an day p'cnlrand 1
the immense succef., of the band concerton on having an opportunity to Rapids, Mich., who with his wife, l is ,
fish fry at noon. Among Tuetiday night demonstrates that hear him. Persons who have heard! spending the winter in this city.: |

}, a guests Mr. and were Mrs.: Q. L., Gross, Mr. and .kallnIH/' I a form of uiiiiiKemvnt' 'IIf"lIIalld clone him pronounce of eloquent him enthusiasm.a veritable There cy- I Cobb and Denby, of York Ala., will 'I BIG .10 DAYS' SALE ,
for the the
( : pri'-ient; by
1011''.. McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. J. young have an exhibit of two carloads of i
should l he from allparts I
people of J l\lr.f>liilncc and< some of the a large gathering
registered bulls, including
A. Scbwelkart and family Mr. and l polled angus (,
.
I older cries. Therefore! the rink will of the country and our town- I
Mrs. E. K. Yocum and family Mr. short horn and Herefords, at the |
be k > the remainder people should turn out en masseladiea -- .
< pt open throughout midwinter fair at Orlando, which he-
and Mrs. Oscar Knout and family
of tinK and will] offer ill as well an men. He will .speak ,, gins: February 9. This exhibit should' t
Mr. and Mrs. W. Snow and famll)
I Limos vnrloii- forum of at the Methodist!' church at 8 o'clockp
amusement.Ktich
of
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Wells and family. I prove especial interest to our' local]
an band concerts, races iii.d\ a .mi I stockmen.Mrs. 33j Per Cent Off
Misses Caribel/ Hlgdon Fanny .Slave; i i - __
I
polo team' In the nearfiituie.IVinc
i; Eva Thomas, Messrs. Howard J IIJ;- j. : hiinues lire being madt\ In I AT BAPTIST (CIU'llO I J. M. Willson, Jr., left Wednesday ,, '
t don, F. C. Ford K.: M'Con.II.0,11/ Kev. Mr. Moore eminent for St.
) order to belief iicroiimiodate t the In- an Baptist night IVtersburg to I
Uarber, Monroe Thonian C F. Hob) minister from Canada, will attend the meeting of the state conI I
a .rtH'-tixr: r M In'I1'', A new room, I Is occupy ]i
orson, W. Campbell, 1J. Fox and (J I being built with n.ckH. and work the pulpit of the First Haptist volition of the Daughters of the American I Beginning Monday morning we will

Yocum. ben h Miid a shipment of new --kaliiIH church Sunday morning. Rev. Mr. I| Revolution. Mrs. Wlllson is. on -
'
p' Moore i ift visiting his son, our fellow' th- program for a paper on the Florida
-WVK HUNIMIKI fM'llMrs. I I on the way lojielljiM with a large place on sale all Men's Readytowear -
s J. D. Woodberk entertahied supply of /floor Kin-fares Bunranleeil citizen, Ambrose! Moore, and ;it will, Indians.
G not to skid l diixi. A large "JI/II..I! | be a rare' treat to hear him pr.-ach to' ---- ----- .-- -
Hundred or
' the members of the Five :
.'1 club and other (gueete Tuesday afternoon gong: "i'nd< display cards of rules mid u*. At night Dr.) Holt/ will 1 preach I Winter Suits (except serges) at
I ''
usual. It is that Dr. J.
as expected
at her home on Brack nil-eel. regulations are being added to the FRENCH REMEDY FORSTOMACH
M. Masters, thegreat tuberculosis
third off.Ladies'
4 The house was artistically drorat d I 1"jl.I\Jlllelll\ specialist Casinos: I' one .
will speak in the
with cupids and hearts. Mlsn Hay -- ---'- --- -
TROUBLES
theater at night. Hut our scrvic.-s. :
the club prize: a handpiilntiMlplate
won I I
I willlo.se time for all to attend
SUNDAY LECTURE in
p Mr.. Ferguson: the\ guest print-::
1 the ]lecture of l IJr. Masters. All are i,
] The Coat SuitsAll
and Miss Virginia Maklnson recelxdthe I leading doctors of France have
invited to attend!, and strangers are !
booby prize: Ui'llclous refresh ON TUBERCULOSIS ; welcomed! I ILAYMKVS ; for years used. a prescription'( of vegetable I
vnents of cake cocoa and a salad oils for chronic stoma h trouble]
:, course were served. Those prp"eiiivere ami! constipation; that actlik<- a''
: MKITI\: Ladies' Coat Suits will also be sold
r r Mrs. Nellie Kogero, Mru. C. L Dr..1. ]M. Masters. the well known I All ate cordially Milted I to ourIayinen'h harm. One dose will, convince. Severe ,
I
; Dandy Mrs. Dolce Mrs. Hov.ard I tulierrulohls of I'ort Orange I cases of years' standing are often
specialist, meetlim/ next Sunday afl.f'lIoon 1
Mrs. Power, Mrs. C. H. Allen benefited within 44 hours.So at this reduced Don'tfail
Katx, Kla., will speak. on tuberculosis] j i al :'t l o'clock at the Methodist t greatly greatly price. ,
t c Mrs. Henry Overstreet Miss Turvlll.. at the Graystone Casino Sunday nightat church. Brother C. W.. State w'll many people are getting" surprising -,
i Misses Virginia and Angle MaklnxonMiss' 8 o'clock. This lecture will he conduct the s'rvh'tand we desirea results that we feel] all persons to come and get a real bargain
Mary Dixon: Mlas Bay MH! free and of great benefit to all and I full attendance. suffering from constipation, lower .
Watson, Mrs. Cadel Mr.. Ilaesd 't'. every seat in the Casino should be Come out dear friends and let us bowel, liver and stomach troubles ,,
"r from St. Cloud were Mrs. 0. should Mayr's Wonderful Remedy.
a GucBts occupied. Both old and young are do better service during this year try
Mrs. C. E. Carlson. Mr.. It is sold by leading druggists
l) H. Clark fod'i invited to attend. The regular services than we did in the year just past and every-
Morgan Mrs. Ed. Ely Mrs. Kd will be held at the various gone. There is a wide field for where, with the positive understanding ;
Mrs. Buckmaster and Mrs.Josh that will be refunded H. C. Stanford Co.
George churches beginning at 7 o'clock. After profitable labor In the vlnyard. Are your money
without question or quibble if ONE
Ferguson.CHAPTER which the several congregations and you willing!: do your share of It?
i, e e e their choirs will immediately to bottle fails to give you absolute sat
HOUSE RKCKPTION: : go Let us grasp the opportunity and
.- the Casino where service will isfaction. I
NEXT TUJ.HO.4.Y KVKNINKisslmmee < a song give to the good Father< the best service -
be conducted- fifteen or twenty in our power. c _. -
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are promised a minutes. It i is being planned to have W. H. JONES Chairman.MIHC'KLLANKOUH .
people this the orchestra then Io-------J
p House next opened by lilllMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII'Millllllll'i'HIIIIIISHIItlMMIIIIil' filllllllllllVYou
treat at the Chapter have the choir of each church renderone
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9, when
Tuesday evening, February hymn separately, then a hymn by l
(By W. B Wltherspoon)
public -
receptions
t Another of the pleasant
r
all the led the choirs
congregations by
W.
The Prof. E. Richmond and Rev.
will be held. program combined. After the lecture the combined L. Lelsher will be in Klssimmee to

IV i several promises new to people be, a taking brllllantone connected part. with with chorus l choirs and follow will render this with one a rousing hymnby aid the 'in Presbyterian a Sunday school church institute Thursday at :

will be
The subject
the Bird Life of Florida but the r.,ual- all the congregation. February IS, at 3 and 7 p. m. Will Have to Hurry t
All churches, all Sunday schools
cal lumbers, will call for cornet solos Invigorating: to the Pale and SicklyThe
F i* ''Tocal solos' quartettes, etc. A de- and all people are urged to attend
pleasing feature will b'8..a Old Standard aener.I.tvenathenlnQ' tonic, this institute, which is being arranged -
cldedly
ft' dlTm
OHOVK'B TASTELKSa chill TONIC out
by the Florida Sunday School association -
solo by < who wus M.Lrl..enrlche.theblood.edbuild.
,. a thesyw
j { '(or years one of 1Clesimmee. favorite tern. A teee Ionic, For lutiilM and children. sue .

$ Blngei-o.- Mrs. J.,M; Wlllson Jr., and --- .- I ,
E Mrs., ;W. B.MakinlOnw11l; have charge I
,, .
of the
program.
It bas been announced that these
popuar Chapter House entertalnI ............................................. ................... 10th

; I menti will resume for the season andA i.AT Wednesday February
THE
fee of ten cents be charged for admission. BIG STORE I

Children five cents, as it in t..c
desired that the Junior Audubon e
members be present. +

"' ; BAND. CONCERT.AT.RINK sraiAifuTucEsAll s

DREW LARGE CROWD i
s WILL BE THE

Tuesday night, an unusualy large i
'' crowd was at the'-skating rink to
: bear the Klsslmmee band concert and
to participate in the skating. A fife
And drum corps from St. Cloud w ,I Dayonday i LAST DAY :

,' present also, to aid In the evening entertainment. iI

During the evening a demonstration ,
v
of the line or lock-step form of i iC I

Skating wa. given by several electedska'er. .

b from among the young men
,, present. Fortunately no accident tlfjjjflAT Of the BIG DISCOUNT SALE at the Cole JewelryCo.
occurred during this hazardous ex-

'' hibition several although times in the rounding line was the broken cor O store. It will pay you to anticipate your future

: :ners. A couple race was put on arid

!t won akatlng by partned.Mrs. C. Mis L. Sandy Ella May and Ql'-her wants. The price of Every Article in the store is '.

bert and partner taking second place. FROM
Mrs.' III. A. Lancaster and partner
1. having had a bad start and being
J'.pocketed by t' e other two couple.

game. In"third.to the success of Tuesday' CUTFROM'

concert> the rink owner contemplates Cents to $2 Per Yard I

putting them on weekly. : or seml-

:* ;weekly.MOTHERS. ,. _
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,1. ) e e e
'- ;, CLUB BAZAAR
':,, AND BUTTER: BABIES CONTEST
1 yo .,The Mothers' and Teachers' LJter- Monday will be lace day at the But Store. Dom't fail to take advantage -

.'I,>.afternoon ry and Social at the club residence met last of FridayV. Mrs. of the big display. and the special prices.1 You will find 2O< to 5O %

Mark Munger,
;li'ltupfer: Mrs. ,f
.. and enact- NARROW LACES-Trimmings for Lingerie and Ckildren's Clotte.

.>",ed.tbpn4.inessonehand in an efficient :,.-

x nner DEEP LACE FLOUNCING the newest pattern for party frock I
'Th' ,.bett.r babies movement and
''bAcftak wil be one feature of t1.aelllbs
Vork' will ALL OVER LACES-For Blouses etc.
for February and ,
q :be held bn Broadway In Mrs. pme,.'. ( DON'T PUT IT OFF COME TODA Y)

ab w 'b Ddlnl February 2t and 23. LACES FOR EVERYBODY and for every use *%
Tbebacaar.will conducted for the $2 .
v,;b nent,''of ,the better babies movement at your own price. Per yard--_________ eW C to

( .coo test,, and tbere will be no
tali ..""entrance (ee'cbarl'ec..'for..the babies I..
All,mothers ere urged to enter their

'i,. *', JbablesinlaJtble'eontest, between the DEPARTMENTSTURE COL E JEWE RY COMPANY

';;llV ,ages 'of .t ,months and, three years, Dano's, : j
,/ ', ."4 to- let-the' secretary. MrsJ; ..T, <
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)FRIDAY; :JANUARY: 29,, 19.S, THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' 'GAZETTE.1-; .... ,.. M', '

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t; S 'KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Dr. A.- P. Spencer of' Gainesville,. H. L ,Clayton Is'.back' J In the ,cItT'after' I I'I Bass,' Leo Canova,\8I-dn.T.-iWcLaurhtin EANSEL LEA3Bt4CYPREss'* _. .and .'aussbsr. of ....uw "..." J"t.; , N'
i = ,. (Telephone No. 11.)' was in the city this week on one of his si several weeks business trip I Bascomb Lane, Marguerite Puke. ISLAND ,'."; '"
official .visits asv district',farm agent through the southwestern part of the Lucile Griffin Ethel Rogers. , To' tint curtains, ria esls* attx'a "" ,
Published Every,Friday By and, demonstrator for 'south'Flonda. state. While here he Is In charge of : Third Grade, .A'Division-Fred R'P. flans who' sold Cypress I- bowl of cream starch and another of ", {.
w. B. 1LAJARIS. .* JII"Go'' VANS AGNEW bo' glad to that the Duttpn-Harris\ shoe sale, which Lane. Fred Lupfer, Ralph Guffey, R. and two or three years ago to'the' white.' 'Add a small quantity, of. scream ,
Friends will learn
: WUook '
has
began Thursday. '.If'||'' LL D. Thomas,' Elmer Jack brothers leased the :place starch to the white before estok
( Mr. :A. 8. Nelson is, recovering from Schweiksrtt' for two and huU and moved It
-a yean curtain is starched. This_makes tfce
0" i. .t. Wh1 den Hearn '
.,, 0' .o, .
00'" illness and to take
. a long expects, up Fansler Ruth Henberg, Nellie. Tay Me family there this week.. Mr..Han curtains' alt tho same ton, which
his business, duties agsln soon*. lor, Delia Ledbetter Mae Winn. eel will begin raising: truck again and I would not be the' ease were they;put
Weather HERE IS THE PUBLIC '
t Report. Mr.: H. 1!. Hoffman, Bridgeport rt, Madge' Rivers, Janet Graves, Marie a* be Is known as one of the most directly into the cream starch .
Conn.-: :visiting' in I the city after I .. Ogram, Alice Buiza, Helen .Wilcox, successful truck farmers in the county ___-I ,
spending' twp weeks vacation as the : SCHOOL HONORBOLLThe Gail La Londe, Ruby Asbury.' : he: will doubtless have al model Tks OsMss. That Den Net Malt 'ts Mud !.<.II.n. '
\ guest .'' Mrs..S. J. Triplett., i.. Fourth ,Grade, B Division-Lillian place soon. Two acres of celery had *. .M ., tU Kmle ........ .*.elect.JULXJU f
.It FoUowinc 'are daily' tem-' I Rush, Cora Rutherford, Nellie Wood- already been put out when he leased I TIT* aaoMQ QommgU e.tl.rlh.a..d1..q '<
Wednesday, February 10 viI be the the place and he is now planting fire Md 4 pastures and precipitation : SlnlM
last day of sale at Cole Jewelry Co. following pupils of the Kissim all, Gladys Calkins. U hMd. ,KnOTBbMT the hill r
&I reported by Government; mee public school have not been absent Fourth Grade A DI.idonEthelBass acres of beans, flve acres of potatoes leek lor_the feaMw, ,< .. W. O1OV">i5..
Messrs. H. H. Hunter B. E. '
atatloJ1 at Klaalmmee for the Evans Johnnie 'Bron80nr. Zelma .Bron- t
or tardy during the month 'end-
A. E. Donegan and J. I). Clark motored
son, Hamilton Brown Louise Rogero
,weekending Ian. 28, 1115: to Sanford yesterday and attendedthe ing January 18,' 1915, have made an
,Margaret Winn.
average of ninety. cent. .
Friday __ __ ..72 41 Seminole county fair. I In their studies, with per not less or more than Fifth Grade B Dbi.lon-Vera J '"rOTHEWOMEN aII

Saturday ___ ..76 52 Frank Walker county commissioner eighty-five per cent in any subject, Johnson, Thelma Sutton, Kenneth a
Sunday __ __ _.73 63 .50 from the Bassenger district, was in I I and not leas than nlnety- ve in de Bronson. Robert Calkins, Verner Hart, r
the city Monday" to attend the meeting portment. Willie Bass OF KISSIHHEE
Monday __ __ _-72 6Si
of the board. First Grade B Division- Julian Fifth Grade A Division-Ella Gard- .
Tuesday -- -- .70 57 Graham, Fred Gilbert ner, Leah Hersberg, Irene Horner
Friends will be glad to learn that Ralph WiU,
Wednesday .. __64. 52 1.10 Mrs. Austin Smith, who was taken toa i Rufus Suhl, Elmer Hultquist, Georgia Margaret Lasloy. Etta May SuM
i Thursday __ ...65 4.8 .50 I Tampa hospital two weeks ago for Freeman, lona Crowe, Ellen Coleman ,Wilma Wilson Frank Reed. WptonGraham SPECIALAnnouncement; ;
an operation is rapidly improving.Mr. Sarah Rexford, Orville Fansler Ber Uly Chapman.'
r000oTtf.....0..0. ..... tie Rogers Julia Ledbetter, Rosella Sixth Grade, B Division-Neva Lester ,
and Mrs. Chas. W. Lee, and Cooper, Sarah Duke Mary Scott, Marion Gladys Howell Frances Kritz,
I I III
Misses Margaret Priscilla and Dor- Scott.
Irene Milton, Abe Johnston.
; othy Lee of Wilkesbarre Pa., were First Grade, A Division-Catherine Sixth Grade A Division. Add Gilbert -
i' LOCAL FIELD i among th* visitors oX the week regis- Denning, Glenn Benjamin Vivian Elmo Griffin William-Schildeiy
tered at the Graystone. Floyd, Hulin Snyder, Dorria Davis, Alma Cooper. Lillian Harris Eliza La
G. F. Mason and wife, William Roller Edna Churchwell, Tina Schilder, beth Ledbetter. ) 0TI oa ;
and wife and C. W. Fairfield, of Helen Chapman, Beatrice Ollar. Seventh Grade A Division-Lucile
.
. . .
Second B
Grade Division
Fort Wayne, Ind., were among the -Nellie Downing, Miriam Munger Clara
Cypress! field boxes for sa!- cheap. visitors, registered at the Manhattan Floyd, Mary Ethel Gilbert, Ruby Har- Ploetz: Minkle Gardner. .
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf this! week. relson, Lettie Holtsclaw, Eva John- Eight! Grade B DivisionBlanchDavis.
Dr. Harriet E. Adams and her sis- son, Kimbrough Oliver, Arthur Bul- I am going East to attend the authentic opening of As I large,
Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Arnold of
Fla., were recent vistora-ui, ,the Largo, ter, Miss M. L. Adams, of Topeka\ lock, Arthur Donegan, Irving Drig- Eighth Grade, A Division l -Mary Millinery home Best week. Wnen I return I will bring with .. m' 't
t city. have leased residence Em- gers, Dowling Graham, Eustis Peaks Tiller, Allie May Cummins, Frances
Kan.
a on complete line of the newest and latest creations in Millinery Sniis:
Wayne Walling, Ethel Knouf. ,
Willie Williams, of Basenger, spent mett street and expect to reside here Tress, Arnie Drawdy. .
Sunday and! Monday in the city. permanently.Chas. Second Grade, A Division-Eula Ninth Grade-Sadie Bryan Ruth Coats, Shirtwaists and Dresses '
wa's Bowen, Mary Coleman Eliza: Cum- Howell, Christine Ivey Gussie Winn, IT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT
John J. Kelley, of Jacksonville, Turner Mrs. G. O. Haperty,
mins, Irene Ingram, Eunioa Rivers, Joe Farmer.
a business visitor of the week. W. T. Scott and Owen Francis were Ruth Starling, Helen Winn, Bertha Tenth Grade Manie If yon want the newest, latest, down-te-tne-miante styles, you
Witherspoon. .
6 or 6 doses 666 will break ary case members of an Oklahoma party visiting Witz, Arthur Flint, Willie Gilbert, Eleventh Grade-Frank Calkins, will do well to wait until the La Mode opening. '
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. ( : here for several days en route to Roy Hansen), Willie Joiner, Arthur Celeste Moseley, Parah Clark. 4 .

Sheriff Ingram spent Wednesday. in Winter Haven. McCown, Marguerite Cosens. Twelfth Grade-Helen Jones, Mil Everything in the store at this time, sack! a* Plumes, Hats, Trisfr-
$t. Cloud on business. Mrs. Virginia Jennings and Mrs. Third Grade, B Division-Eddie dred Winn.r" mints, etc., reduced to cost. Come in and see.
Alice Cnppen of Parker bur W.
Frank Winston of Orlando, was Va., are in the city for the winter and | MRS. N. H. NORRIS 101 Broadway '
here on business this week.J. are with the Faulkners] at 27 Sumner .. .HI < Kitii/nmee

L. O'Rerry, of Richland, was a street. I ;SELL FOR LESS-:-CASH IS KINGA
in the ----- ----I
recent visitor
city. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Mr. and
Cole Jewelry Co.'s; big discount sale Mrs. Kelley, of l>aytOJ a. stopped here I
will close Wednesday, February 10. this week en rout to St. Petersburg
and were so delighted with the town .t Regular ,"
John M. Lee spent Monday in Or that they expect to make a return visit {. $3.50 Men's$ 3 00
lando on business. in the near future.
Shoes at only, .
.Mrs. W. J. Sears has been quite Mrs. and Mrs. E. W. Rlavmaker, of .
sick for several days but is improving I Newton' Kan.. Judge and Mrs fowlpy, t
; IF YOU
of Lansing, Mich., and Mr. and !\irq.Bi..ey j
. visitors.. {: w could save 25 to 75 cents on
of Marion, Kan..are
J. F. Sumner, of Boyette, Fla] ,
spent sevral days ]looking after bus spending some time in the city at the ; every pair of Shoes you buy FINALCALL '.
iness matters here this week. A. S Nelson home on Broadway. 'j'; Would You Do It? Well, you

County Attorney W. B Crawford H. M. Rhodes and B. F. Fox, of <: can come to this store and
has been in Jacksonville on a business. Fort Dodge, Iowa, were here for. several to save it. We charge less because
trip for several days this week. days in making a tour of this part'of we sell for cash. Watchour
the state They expect to return
...' W. H. Clifton, of Bartow made a for a week's stay after visiting window for new ttylet.
business trip to this city early in the Tampa.We NOTE-The above value
ThlH M..*. ftho ro_.. I. special
week.E. are requested by Mrs. C. H. <;.. Metal l HuU. or HlarbrrIm is not a "special sale price, bat 1
mil .!... e <. 12. It ," ,
L. D. Overstre-et, of Shingle Blanchaine and family to express to In a. rxtrnordlurr from v.1.. .( our regular goods told at our regular
Creek, spent Monday in the city on the good people of Kissimmee their 0.1,. __ _SS.4HI price.
business. most heartfelt thanks for the many
kindnesses extended to them during .
Ackias Bass was over from St. the recent illness and death of Mr.
Cloud for the county commissioners Blanchame.. ',
meeting Monday.Mrs. The Shoe Store I
Family
his
Mr. George Nicklis has moved
J. E. Oliver, of Savannah, Ga.. family back to Kissimmee to make t !
in the guest of her parents, Mr. and their home. Mrs. Nicklis'and childrenfor I
Mrs. N. B. Carson. jRfv. the present will visit her mother J. W. HARRIS Manager In the Dann BuildingFIRST e8
Helen Perdew and
C. M. Brittain of Lake City. and sister, Mrs. I
.'was here this week in the interest of Miss Perdew on Beaumont avenue. OO O OOO..OO.O..OO..O'.OOO..O

Columbia college. --

Wednesday, February 10 is the last
day of the big discount sale at Cole
Jewelry Co. .

'W. H. Brokaw with Grlffing Broth-
ers, the tree people 40-tf

Better buY your jewelry, cut glass, FEW MnREDAYS' Y
band-painted china and silverware before .
.
sale ends at Cole Jewelry Co .
y the ., \ ; :' '"tr i' 5 ,
.
- ,1 all'You worked can and get ready your monogram to apply, at now the, \- THEN THE BIG STOCK REDUCING\,SALE' + _..

Embroidery Shop.

John Davis. superintendent of the
county poor farm, spent Monday and .
Tuesday in the city on business.
IS ALIOVLR
Miss Minnie Fitterer left Mondayfor
her home in Jacksonville after a SHOWING OF '
visit with Mrs. John Houser.
--
Miss Bessie Moselev has ben
spending a week with Miss Irene Milliard -

on: Milliard's island.A. People came, they saw, they wrote their .

was.in A.the Tano.city of for West several Palm days Beach this, WHITE GOODS friends, they telephoned the neighbors'.it;,", ,

week on business. certainly is one great sale and only a few

next r citrus trees see F. H. Lawson. more days, then the sale will be over. Tho' ,
) 51-tf
/ door to postoffice.
Mrs. John Houser. and Mrs. Grimm. prices are cut as never before. The goods

of Kissimmee. Park have returned are going; cash is coming! A solo-with, ..f
from Tampa where they visited sev- For Spring and ".
eral days. reason and purpose. Come people. Prices

Mr. A. Katz, of LaCrosse Wis., who talk now. k''
has been here-look in erty interests, left Monday for Tampa Summer
route home. .
en ONE LOT MEN'S SHOES. Gun Metal
of Gainesville, N. Y., $ 69
and W.E.F.B.Young Weeks, of Castile, N. Y.. Patent, Tan; $4 and $5 values _____________ tf( '

were visitors hers last Saturday and at ONE LOT BOYS' SHOES, $2.00 .

liked the city very much. and $3.00 value -_--_--_--______________ $1.66, i4

'I' Your dollar is worth two dollars at ONE LOT MEN'S WORK SHOES; : f **'> .

Cole Jewelry Co. sale. $4.00 and $4.50 values _-------____________ $3.19' ?fit ,

0..Mr.who C.is R.spending Shumaker the of winter Creston with, KATZ VALUE CORNERs 500 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES; {PI A Q : '\

Faulkners at 27 Sumner street, was $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 value -------------- P J oHpQ! i" ,

in Orlando Saturday, on business.Mr. i I ONE LOT MISSES' SHOES;

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and Mrs. Albert Aldrich, of ,I. $T25 and $&SO value ___-___------------- eIJ 1 ,. '
,
Mount Vernon, Ind., are in the city ,
and are stopping with Mr. and Mr ONE: LOT SATIN SLIPPERS; $1.18" ',.

Faulkner, 27. Sumner street. $%.50 and $3.00 values ______-________ _____ t ,. ill {, I:,

Mr. J. L. Broyles, a well known cite Thursday and Friday 300 PAIRS CHILDRENS' SHOES; 9"8' :

ben of LaFollette, Tenn., is visiting $1.50 and $%.00 value. ____________________..... C; "
: his niece, Mrs. G. W. Rutherford, on I > +ry
Main street. ONE LOT LADIES' BOOTS; $2.98 .

Co. $&.00 and $5.00 value _____________..:______ ,: J
Do it now. See Cole Jewelry Feb. llth and 12th '

sale.! ,k
Miss Belle Kuppenstall, of Wrighta- ;
vine Pa. arrived in the city Wednesday Everybody is Coming !
'nipht for an extended visit with
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer and family. I rDuItonHarrLSoe ,

Mr. John A. Huffman father of
Mri. Geo. F. Parker of thenwin-
: arrived yesterday to spend $ :Co: ,

a, .;,. ter'With .them. y
'M'' f) Cal P., Hall, of Shellbourne Falls ofBrattleboro ",\ 4i
. t .fnss. and his brother; J. E. Hall ', f
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,:, ; ro- :
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',:1' l\d )' in the city. I ,. J'1. ,, ','. , ; ..
ii. ,;" t* (fs a real sale. See for 7our-j''I

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THE, KI5SIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE "' t, '$ kID AYrFiB1RIlA'E; Sr .1D >Idi ,

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Tboro ,b'preparatlonl. here' been r'A:{t
&
PROGRAM ARRANGED made for housing and feeding th big ,-. ...
' fl&I'TURDAyi& 1 crowdsat, 'l low rates, tI :.''I: 'Tha'Pltico.Wllere. ; You,Alwn-ys'. Save Money '
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t :r CHOOSE FOR'GAS'P RILL The government U trying to suppress
: the Indian dances. some of
'
which are as bad ai''the tango. Fair : { Market
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r' k 1Otta.a4r. \\a.S-'Jlr..D.: Two thousand.feet above the surface Play : .'
;. 3' :: ', of[-T..tt.. 1. B. Bpltalerf where the waters divide those passing Tampa FSa., Feb. 6.-Complete in of the earth air it free from.
Visitor _
At in the city every detail (Is the of the .
;'thbl through Okeecbobee and Caloona- program &ertn, s
week.'roU1)4 1
(nB up some personal Gasparilla carnival, the date of '
; ?J'the"TUtVn.1u..e: :business In connection with batcnee to the Gulf while those in which are February 12 to 1A inclusive, STOMACHS Vr shop la'Jlld ont of the high rent dartrict .what I"tare M rent.,, :' :ti'
_ /' <. ; company he the northern part of this city follow and the SOUR, ACID !.
aDjt -, most pleasing and brilliantsentertainment ,
.ounce.' that>' tha GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach I TAKE OFF FROM THE PRICE OF MY MEAT. Yon SAVE M whm ',
... organisationWll I the chain of lakes. Into the St. Johns, ever arranged In Flor- '
I i bold
,. & meetlnr here Saturday at 2.80 and are finally lost In the Atlantic.Mr. ida Will\ be offered to thousands of you boy HERE. >Ie "
SOOO(
"Pspe's Digests
.E h y;: fprtnNrwhea'lblds,....... .. ,which< will. ,'TTor be opened the great and selection. Spbaler of tbe says eng, 'neer that the after work tbe visitors Florida from as other well. states Indications and thoseof are grains food Dlapepsln", ending all stomach HOME MADE CdRN BEEF ,

rrr 1. tsndert<1ne, .l.to result In will be pushed with all possible hauls that all past attendance records for misery in five minutes. I I keep the real old-fashioned corn beef. Try come of it with eabi: i r (r

1 'l..nd8 draininc,,,south: a:large.and ,. area of valuable realizing: that the earlier It can beaccomplished Florida will be broken. Time itl! In five minutes all stom bate or t beefhash. Yeu'll never ate any 1 C I ;
., Th Bouthveit Orlando the better It will be for The following: special days have ach distress will go. No indesllon: other kind ( pound) -: Jl J C, r
rta'n canal which I. per --------*-----------------
exIt this section of tho country Agricultural !: been named: of \
heartburn belching
; -Pcted U>. brIDe,, Into cultlvaUon this I sourness or
development is the'grpat thing HOME-MADE PORK SAUSAGEI
t' .rich body tia' creek, whose' waters ought, which the Taft citizens are Day" so designated in honor of Tampa's food, no dizziness bloating foul I want you to try these famous home-made Sausage. If you are
''
are Anally fully persuaded that their part of the
'. ra'I merged with 'I supremacy in the manufacture breath or headache.Pape's I tell and back. 1 .
those draining the not satisfied me get
money
great country has siipeilor advantage In your
of cigars; Saturday is "Panama Canal I Diapepsin is noted for its 5 :
which KlBslmuee")valley the hihands of certain particularsthe ability to I bay," being named because of- speed in regulating upset stomachs.It That, fair, to'', it? Per pound __mmmh_____ 1 C i
Stend far .
: J 'I' as north as Orlando, grow diversified crops : the fact that south Florida mainland is the surest, quickest stomach remedy .,. .
SATURDAY SPECIAL Chicken and
Young
I Fryers.
Ldi J! .. ports are the nearest of all to the in the whole world and besides it :
Panama ('anal]; Sunday will be "Peace it harmless. Put an end to stomach ,
.
} JASPER TEACHER )ay" and will be marked by peace trouble forever by getting a large ; l
> IS KILLED sermons and sacred concerts by ten fifty-cent case of Pape's l Dinpepsin
, bands; Monday is "Gasparilla Day," from any drug store You realue in I I JOE POWERSPHONE
the most sp-ctiicular of the period and five minutes how needless it 18 to
'" FOR WHIPPING SCHOOL BOY Tuekday the closing day, will be'' fer from indigestion dyspepsia or RUf-1 {- I.t I.
r I I known UK "Otrus Fruit Day") because I stomach disorder It's the quick, 245. NO. 12 DARLINGTON AVENUE '-..
\ '> south Florida I !leads the world in the surest and most harmless] stomach
production of the best citrus fruits I II doctor in the woild. I ..o.o-<-{ 4iNQ440<}4ir44+}{ b ,i Jasper Fla.-William Yates, n wllli his! sons. attacked: Vales after 1 I -- -"- !
school teacher, was killed and ClRiiitcHoltcendorf Hlliooi\. 'I :
was probably: : ,! {.{..}{w-e' : }{ }fir'}{.p.}.}{ }A q : :.w'wti.e,}.}.}.}{ }.}{ y{ }ppp )f'
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wounded In a fight Tuesday night l1I''iiloif iiKid ri-volMTH! ''rh. 'I ,
arising from the whipping of lu) hit latter( Has urn-'!I'd tor'a son by the'teacher.j IIIK/ \I'"H:< The 1 I""r! 1 Jloltr."I1lorfl'IH fy Favorite Line Steamers J.'A' '
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Univereity pn' snli" nt uul) II..I./ I H.iMuoi til .are
taiv and tirnMifer. 'I"hi* 'i'rg'ani/llfIHI1 f,.;'
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if.'i, Thwing was addressing a freshman of !nik i is planted P\.,.,Iseason 1 Buy Their Shoes HereOur :
'I'., class. raid the growers! have organize) forth .R .
Dr. Thwing asked the girls: ,. purpose of buying fertilizer, and
I,4' "Do you swear?" material in riulots and to assist ciuh stock is complete at all times that ; f'
t "Oh pickles!" "the Dickens;" Ruts'!" other in marketing :
/ all tastes are satisfactorily catered toMen's
-"Fudge, and "the Deuce! were some I I'j 1
of the "awful oaths owned up to by WILL I LIVE WITH HIS '
the girls. WIFE AND HER AFFlNirHoston : .
/I "I think it is perfectly proper to .-The triangle! of love which Shoes, Ladies' Shoes ':
swear at times," the girls report Dr. rests upon Dr\ II. Iinoln Chase, his (
Thwing as saying. "I think i it is all wife and his wife's soul mate, HartleyDennett I Children Shoes"We
) the architect, will lie I
right to say 'damn' even. If some man rompletod It
did something terrible to you and you some time this week Dr) Oiase .
aid 'Damn that man!I' that's all right announced yesterday that after main fit the Shoe to the foot, Jf". .
'that man should be damned'!" delays he will establish his permanenthome I I
In live farmhouse, near Knst; Al] We do NOT fit the foot to the Shoe" 1 1i
YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS stead. N, H, where his wife and soul' I y
BREAK IT UP-NOW mate have !been living for two years Special Gasparilla Service 4 ;
Six months )Di Chase had intended ': '
A Cold is readily catching. A rundown ago :
system is sucepthble to Germs. to take up his residence< with I i k
You owe it to yourself and to others his wife and Dennett) only having been I Glenn Shoe Co. Send for Folder and 'Information ts.7:
of your household to tight the Germs delayed 1 by a series of. "tests" to :
y at once. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is which he has put the triangular lo\e I ST. PETERSBURG TRANSPORTATION CO. :
fine for Colds and Coughs. It loosens -- - f
the Mucous stops the Cough: and Think twice and if needed! l b", a Tampa Florida
soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed dozen times, before beginning lo sputter ; Telephone 2J9() and 463 TAMPA, FLORIDA

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: } f ::99lC1\RSGO\ I Column ForwardFRESH 1 Tall INJUREDJacksonville IS :DROWNED RESCUING',WHILE GIRLS CURRIE. FOUND ; TRUCK: 'Largo" '-',''AGatAGB-WlLLi FlaTh*'BE'LargoGrowers' ,.' INCMA' ',''''r'.......-.:.'...' rJanuary



REPORTS PROGRESS : ,: ,. .- j NOTRUILtYOrlando. 16.Association'The truckers h.ldta'IM8tIDC'art entiwuMlastie ;J v

i ." .T' 1 ,I_MARKET. FROM .TUB OF ADVANCING FLORIDA.' STATE .IN J WRECK a.St painter; Petersburg, was drowned,--Edward: in'Hendereon Coffee Pot, tend carlots to over l and buy the assist all new necessary each association other material In and maiw m'I:', 1 Vi

bayou Saturday while trying to rescue .
'FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS Clearwaberv -Uenry Rich, formerly ,Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Coast three younk women, all of whom were .-,A Y.rdict. of not guilty keting their crops.; ,The total acreage' /
pledged to be shipped through the association -,
+' 4 Cars moved last 'week ?...___ 991I of Portland, Me., will erect a residencein Line train No. 85, from New York to saved, from the fate that befell him. was rendered by the jury after 18 now Is 205- acres. ,
I Cars moved week before last.. 868 Magnolia Park. Jacksonville, was wrecked shortly after The :young women were students I In minutes deliberation in the Currle ease
Total to last Saturday ______,,.13,643 M noon Saturday at Callahan about Southland seminary. According the .t Sanford yesterday* thus clearing D. GIVB -STRUP OP''J'JCB- r
T.vare.-T.v.re. Special School twenty mU.'north ofJacksonville.. story told by the witness Miss I).- W. Currie of the charge of murder TO CONSTIPATED CHILD.'
i I, Jacksonville, Fla,-The citrus fruit brat: No. 18 voted $15,000 bonds for Thirty person are said to have been ma Nelson was teaching Miss Isola the first degree, accused of killing B. -
movement is gradually increasing. The" schools. Injured. Three can turned completely Azline to swim, when the stepped in P. Ryan at Currieville1. Jane 28. 1914. Delicious -Fruit L.iatl.."''cart kam
r' movement last week war 123 cars . over. The cause of the wreck has a deep hole, of which no ono knew any The case is one that has caused tender little : Stenach liver,'
k larger than the week previous. From Fort Myer.-Sllrvey is reported not yet been learned. thing. The pupil mediately seized herinstructor much content. Th. entire week was sad bowels. -
the begining'of the season September made and right of way secured for a,. Officials of the Atlantic Coast Line who is an expert swimmer. devoted to the case. Currie'was defended Look at the tongue, mother! ,If
16 to January 23, 3,198 car. of grapefruit proposed railroad from Fort Myers here say they hare not yet receivedany Mis Lucy Branham plunged into the by Davis A Giles and C. B. coated your little one's stomach; liver
and 10,445 cars of oranges were southward to Naples and Everglade; definite information.A water fully clad, and went to the res Robinson, of Orlando, and the state and bowels! need, cleansing ,at one*.
j shipped; making, 13,643 care of citrus Fla., and thence across the peninsula relief train made up here has cu. She caught Miss Nelson by the wa represented by Jos. H. Jones and When peevish. cross,.listless, doesn't-
fruit moved. through the Everglades to Miami, a gone to the scene of the wreck. thigh, thus rendering her incapable of John C. Jones, of Orlando, and George sleep,eat or act naturally, or.,Is iev.
total distance of about 150 miles. None of the thirty persons is said helping herself.. At this point Mr. PeCottes, of Sanford.VEGETABLES eriih, stomach sour, breath bad;' has ;
The demand for grapefruit is increasing a a to be seriously injured, according to reports Henderson came to the rescue, and just sore throat diarrhoea, full .ref- cold
.' particularly for the smaller Ken naville.-First State Bank of so far received. what occurred then Is uncertain: The IN CARLOTS give a teaspoonful 'of "California*
fifes: and while prices on oranges still Kenansville is being organized with The train is known as the New young women got to the pier'all right, The Santa Rosa County Producer. Syrup of Figs," and In a few hour
remain low the demand is somewhat $15,000 capital. I York and Wast Indian Limited and but when the rescue was over, Mr. i Association held a meeting January all the foul, constipated waste undV t,
improved. There is not much improvement 4 4 a was due here at 1:30. At this season Henderson was missing. He was in 16. Arrangements were made to buy gested food and sour bile gently moves 6
in weather conditions throughoutthe Bee Ridge.-Sara ota-Venice Co., .. of the year these trains are usually the water four hours. Application will fertilizer and seed in carloti. The out of its bowels without griping, and
peninsula. There have been heavy Honore Palmer, secretary, Sarasota, crowded! with tourists coming to Flor- be made to the Carnegie hero commission growers" signified their intentions of you have a well playful: child again. 1'i
r rains in almost every section and Fla., will erect hotel. ida. for means to care for a widow and planting a large acreage of watermelons Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle
growers at some points are much discouraged 4 4 4 two children, who survive him. In the for the early market, and to grow of "California Syrup of )
I CAMI'llKM MACHINKHY:
as bright sunshiny days and St. Petersburg.-D. W. McCauley EXHIBIT meantime: the dependent ones are be- Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes and oth- which contains full direction* fore
cool nights are needed to insure the ar- let contract to erect store building on Jacksonville, Fla.--J. P. Campbellhas ing cared for by generous hearted citizens er farm commodities for shipment in bles. children of all ages and for
rival of the fruit in good condition on Central avenue, between Sixth and opened a display room at 11 St. and the authorities of the South- carlots. grow-ups.
distant markets. No matter how Seventh streets. I James building of packing: house and I land seminary. .
I fully handled graded and care-I 4 4 a I irrigating machinery. In one of the :.
seems impossible to dry the fruit St. Augustlne.-Wm. A. Salladin. large show windows he has installed a ARCADIA Tltrt'KKKH -
tr Despite the adverse! weather conditions let contracts to erect showroom, complete irrigating plant, showing a FULLY ORGANIZED (
Florida fruit is now at its best and apartment and office building. field of lettuce with some of the plants
shows bright color and is good and K 4 4 quite large while others are just coming Jacksonville, Fla.-T Asociation Arcadia Cooperative is- PRINTING MACHINERY
l sweet. It is estimated that 50 to 55 Miami.- J. E. Jolly is erecting store through the ground. One entire Truckers'
has
,. .. per cent of the orange crop and probably and apartment: building. side of the room is devoted exclusivelyto fuly organized. E. C. McLaughlin L. Bren
and E.
35 per cent of the grapefruit 4 4 4 I to irrigating machinery of every been elected president ;
+f crop has moved. There are still about Tampa.-Mrs. Josephine Parslow is I description, where may be seen the nan secretary. The principal cropsgrown rlt
3, 500,000 boxes of grapefruit in the having plans prepared for store and Campbell's Celebrated Sprinkler in op- by the truckers at that point ,e
":: .j' ..tate.r I apartment building. eration. In the rear of the buildingis are melons; potatoes, beans and cu- '
L. D. Jones, general of the 4 4 4TallahasseeFirst installed the Campbell packing cumbers. The association has been '
r manager
Baptist churchlet formed for the of buying material FOR SALE
" Florida Citri's Exchange, reviewing I house machinery of all kinds, includ- purpose
Pichard Bros.. in carlots.
: contract to Magnolia and shipping produce
the citrus fruit situation this week ing kashers) sizers, driers"and polish-
Heights, Tallahassee, to erectbuilding The will make an effort to dis-
growers
. has ready for dis-
of Campbell
said: "While the prices oranges ersMr.
at Adams strete and College of their stuff in carlots f. o. b.
S have not materialy changed in the last I tribution new literature on his improved pose
week or two, grapefruit prices, while avenue fifteen ;feet 72x115 front feet; metal; porch roof extending; hot-air irigation sprinkler and packinghouse Arcadia.

still low, are improving. We should heat; electric lights. machinery.The Prompt Action Will Stop Your Cough On account of the consolidation of theVaDey Gazette and the
not expect too much during January 4 4 II- When first catch a Cold ((often
of the Republic of you Otceola Journal offer for sale the
show that government we fouowuf
as the records of past years Key West.--City granted franchiseof for the indicated by a sneeze or cough) break
the market is always slow\ during this Home Automatic Telephone ('0., to Uruguay has issued a decree in the citiesof it up at once. The idea that "It does
creation of fire brigades
month."Another reason tending to make! construct. automatic telephone system Salta, Paysandu Mercedes, San not complications.matter" often The leads remedy to which serious immediately 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine I ?

' the market slightly slow at this time 4 4 4 I Jose and Rocha. The cost of equip- and easily penetrates the
is the fact that a majority of the big I Lakeland. "Peninsular TelephoneCo. ping and maintaining these new lining of the throat is the kind de- Practically New-Extra Magazine'
' commission men who handle Florida's ., John F. Vaughan, superintendent I brigades is to be provided for out manded. Dr. King's New Discovery \
crop when it gets to market have of construction, Tampa, will place all of the revenue produced by increased soothes the irritation, loosens the '.
been to Detroit for the last few days lines underground and install common licenses to be charged to insurance. phlegm. You feel better at once. "It 1 Book and Job Campbell Press t
in the republic.New
1 attending the annual convention of battery system. companies operating seemed to reach the very spot of myCough" '
the National League of Commission I a a .' least explored I is one of many honest tellti-
Guinea is the
This machine b large enough for six column and lathe
Merchants, which met here at the I Miami.-Walter E. Flanders estate of today. monials. 60c at :your: Druggist. quarto paper,
country
4' Tampa Bay hotel last year. During let contract to construct one mile of same press the Valley Gazette b now being printed ...
their absence their firms are doing rock paved streets in suburb; estatecontemplates F)
expending $18,000 in
little"The buying.Florida Citrus Exchange rep- street and sewer, work. ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher New) ,
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whb attended the conven- 4 4 4 ... .-f.. ... !!_ v.ry ..e-beaee 7- _t lee Mr reel
presentative Florida City.-Florida City Ice, every Omr Hi. to ..t ....... sad WILL MOT RRI.BASB Trial AMMONIAhlrk -
tion, expects to see considerably more .. ... W. wmmmlmtmr. Ilse ,-
<' I. fertllleer.
activity after this week and a freer Light '&: Power Co.. will build two- Aarl.alt.r.r I. tae..ewrtola.-- ."l'. sae tttr........t_ l''' _...,....... Ask .a fa a free
movement of fruit. It is fair to as- I story 50x70 foot addition to plant for __.... "" essay.: 33-inch Diamond Paper CutterWe
.. sume that with this activity better sorting, packing, canning and pickling BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY, .
will We usually look vegetables and fruits. also have other and ,or..tale.. If
prevail.
prices 4 '4 4 D=I'T. "G." OCAUA. rt-ORIDA. machinery equipment yon are
for better conditions in prides andmovement I I Wait Palm Beach.-City council -,. :; '.
1, and la. aNd of any of the above, writ .. win \
about February Granted franchise to Florida UtilitiesCo. 11
while financial conditions are not as ., West Palm Beach, to establish a 'I'' ,
good as usual, better prices can be twenty-ton ice plant. CITRUS FRUIT and PEACH TREESWe "
KISSIMMEE VALLEY
expected after this. 4 4 4 GAZETTE I f' .
"The quality of. Florida fruit going M."nt4"p.-Manat, e Limestone Co., guarantee every tree we ship to be of fint-cistt aunery stock, '

out of the state is. the best in years, capital stock $20,000 organized to true to name, and if properly set, we guarantee every tree to grow KISSIMMEE,- FLORIDA I
frult. If a prospective limestone. < .
particularly gr.r. quarry or replace same without cost. ,
of this year's 4 4 4Jacksonville.Southern \
customer eats one -
he is sure to buy another. I Cattle Co., h-: Our Citrus Fruit Trees have been I s
s have crop been on a trip to the various will build abattoir costing $26,000. Our trees are budded to grown by expert and experiencedbest .
packing houses- and never saw /flner; : 4 4 4 standard varieties of both Nurserymen, who have been in the
II of fruit or a'finer grade of Zolfo.-Zolfo Springs Publishing and from business many years. I"
quality Grapefruit! Orange i t
G. W. Adams, president and manager -
out. If there is anything Co., Our Peach Trees are Florida, frown
paeklnllf'rOinC' situation, it will lately noted to rebuild plant, heavy bearing tree. and are budded on Pasco plum stock.If .
;j 1 in the market The of thei world r
: Packer.O'OOOtOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. will erect 25x50 foot, $2,000 fireproof : .
rapldly.Trie eyes
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vt. .develop, .
).yi. structure;. commercial printing. you are looking for first-class ,
a a s nursery stock, do not fall to send for Our nurseries. are locatedoi '
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a aO West Tampa-Tampa-Cuba Cigar our' latest catalogue, which is '?
yours I II
FLORIDA TRUCK FIELDS > Co., has plans by Wm. L. Redditt, I for the asking. This catalogue also Leesburg: Florida; also at I II on. the
e for alterations and additionto rasiE. who
Tampa, are -
a .oooooo o > cigar factory building at Nassau I gives much valuable information reEagle Lake (The famous Win :
OOOOOOOO garding preparing the land for a
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Elfers.-W. C. Thomas has completed and Howard street II- 4 4 grove, setting and caring for trees. ter Haven section).
a 17-acre irrigating plant and is Waterworks Co., Write for 'a catalogue toda,..

putting is to setting in oranges Irish out potatoes.and a new grapefruit.Bartow.Bartow M.citrus C. Campbell .fruit- will Tampa.-Tampa construct about reinforced 206 feet long concrete by 125 reservoir THE C, E. THOMAS NURSERIES, Brnen-Webb Building Tampa,,-Flerids- :

grove feet
and d-sep.
truckers have con- feet wide twenty SAVE S'tii

tracted for the delivery of 17,000 -
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to receive $1 per crate. \
Hallandale.-A car of tomatoes was fie:
shipped last week and which sold for ,".: ""f
$1.75 per crate f. o. b. Beans and pep- "I'f'i ;
will be moving in large quantities

soon.pers Apopka.-lt is estimated that there Okeechobee Farms PAUSE> for a moment, young mail,! 7 ::;

will be 150 to 200 acres of tomatoes a thought to self. The; i.i!a;
planted this spring and also a large ;

acreage of watermelons. problems that confront you now or :
PRICES FOR Will yield big crops of corn, cone", cowpeas<""ln"t beans, rape, peanuts" kudz.n, spineless cactus j :, ) ,w: ;

GOOD PLANT CITY BERIE8 besides raising Bermuda.! Il codes! Para, Natal: and other trusses: for 'hay and pasture. With all will a few years hence. .' 1\ }

these crops available, cattle, slteep and hogs can have green food the ;year round. ,J
Plant City.-Last week's strawberry '.. .
'Cf
25,600 quarts. Look about yea-the men of affairs in state nationim ,.
shipment aggregated country, ', :
which netted the growers 22929.. '' Thousands of Acres of Our Land at, the North End of the world, are the men, who started to tare early \\m life.. "\\f..I" "'" i '
Prices ranged from 18c to 20c per
delivered at the local platform. Lake Okeechobee Are Now for CultivationThese II ;;
The quart heaviest day's shipment for this .' Ready They have the respect and confidence of the eontntumity.. t( ; t.f

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& ason was Tuesday moved., January The total 19, when ship lands do not need draining!' other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a tripto Then look on the other side.....at the fellows who "....$t& ,V"4 : ;:"t

,r 'ments 9,760 quarts for-the season, December 3, up Okeeehobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and see for .ak --they may have a good tine for a while, but wkat_ dot,tt .ir f'"

to and including January 21, aggre- yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only' 'a trifle over twelve hOI1l"ll'journey personality reflect i ,, '
gated 73,028 quarts, the berries have from Jacksonville. r 1';; t

sold at at an average of 28 8-9c per A dollar.. so deposited in this bank win be Oo 'f +sy.i rt, t ,

This quart,is netting a little the more growers than $21,117.08.01.3c per Investigate This Wonderful Country While You nucleus .of an honorable, hl independent career. : 'r + k,: ..

quart more than the average price received -.__. Make yew beginning now-today. You .}' ; .
for the. first seven weeks of last Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your FarmYou I bank book wlO pave tII. way 'I- ;, .I' w:, '

year. ; :V/.w I ,
GEORGIA IIOIITICiiLTIiRISTS- will find it unexcelled< for general farming livestock and poultry raising and for !growing' all

MEET kinds vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and countrywill \

Athens, Ga.-The Georgia fourth State grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We also have excellent land and town State Ban lr$' :d;

Horticultural meeting Society last week.held its The open lots at Chuluots and Keruntyille--the former a fine lake section ill Scminole County suited to :, :

ing annual session was largely attended by fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country in Osceola I .. 'of.:. ,," ,

representative growers from all parts County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for of Kissimmee ,,1+ 1ot.. '!. .i', ,<" ) '
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there was an exhibition of 1 OJ ,; < !;
fruits meeting, vegetables and other products. Capital stockResources --________________________ '....$1OAIIM: gf t ,.

EXHIBIT CAMPBELL MACHINERY J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President OTOT ___________________-----,= .**--'f'f:480J.,r.....1.!'IiI r r

Sydney Fla.-Strawberry shipments I Officers tad Directors t W 4
; are moving quite freely, consideringthe Land and Industrial Department Florida East Coast Railway ? J'>. ,1 II/. ," ..f
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cold, rainy weather. About 3,600 C A. CARSON. Prost. ,J., M. LEE. Ytla PnsL.M ot

.., L' quarts Truckers moved are last busk week.with their spring Room 214 Gty Building; ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA s : KATZ. 21 Vie. Pntt..t'J' ..;;-_ -. '

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DIES IN ;PENSACOqPeniacola REFUSES.TO TALK'.TO' YEARS" !' A1TOitNBTAT'_ LAW; L.i,." ';
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'ii-f', ,: Fla--Frank L. Msyos,, S REAl .ESTATE
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. ...'::z' .. ,tbsj administration: : owner, and editor of the Pen sa col a : New, Yorlo-The fact.that"Chester ---' \ ,' ,
;..'\ =* bill ,was forecasted JDOIETT.rIMON BE lit Journal, and part ownef. of the Meridian ' I. Richards, awholeaal., shoo dealeratNo. INSURANCE SPECIALIZING= IN .
",: BellUM ,f1"-. It HACK SUCCEED U1MSEL+ (Miss.) Dispatch; 'died here 69 Reade street and his wife lived ** ,jkS

' ....WI :tlrst?, the t United UUs 'win any > Pensaloca:. -Althouch.they'' are al i !early Monday a'ter an .illness of several , ,in..tho same apartment for nine '(Examination .'of'. ;Titles a' : tABSTRACT *,, J '"

:- ...,. Ihlptnwhlch 'WOuld Involve libertyto. bring .out as,many candidates days. Death was due to a complication years without speaking to each other ,,"
t' 'SSMiVSPM..'With European belllge- tot congress as they may select . of diseases. Mr. Mayes was and didn't separate because they were "t ".: ;
'.....\ 'Tb+ '. declarationfollowed a parties In Jacksonville who recently prominent In state and national poUt afraid of what their friends would say, .Specialty. AND' e 'r
M'F. tlllllferebee bet""I he president and ,counted me down and out and t tics,'and served twice as delegate to ,became known whenMrs. .
y ,,8.naton Kenyon.and Norri., then announced I would not be a National Democratic conventions. He F. Richards asked Supreme Court Justice Correspondence Solicited. ;i
progro s. ,
'......repubUean... "The president mdt. candidate to succeed myself as representative was 41 years old and had lived .in, Golf for alimony pending.suits for. 1' TITLE.WORK't :

? ;f' "' "i ,.J*** the admlnl.tratlon l Is ready from this district, did Pensacola for sixteen years. : divorce. I t

"I, .10 make; );10m. Concession.. . not speak on authority from me, not Mrs. Richards says she finally had i .to.... ..........0..... 0000.. 0 ooo..oo 00..u."tUt \
Nine democrat. in the,senate Mon- old they ever approach me on the Pen8:1.cola.-Attended: by one of to leave the apartment in The Turrets, ... .
7;., ,'**? night/ joined'an alliance with the, subject," said Congressman Emmett the largest Concourses ever.to gatherat ; Riverside Drive and Eighty-fourth o I. ii)
ft. i 'Republicans' in the unexpected "at.t .! Wilson Mr. Wilson arrived In the a funeral In Pensacola, the body' street, and wentUo live at Hempstead,
*??*** to Tecorntnit '.the government' city Saturday and will remain here of Col. Frank L. Miyos. editor of the L. I. She had detectives trail her husband Here is Positively the Best

its .', ship purchase biUU':'. i for ten days or two weeks, at the 1'ensacola Journal, was placed at she says, and they followed him
.4 VjThe'\ .' ,sudden revolt turned In a end of which time he hopes to have rest Tuesday afternoon in the St. from his office to a Brooklyn hotel, Offer in Real Estate this
twinkling an,'administration advantage sufficiently regained his health to return John's cemetery, and the newly made where he met a blonde, woman one day .,
+ '' into -a loss' which was facing to Washington. At the most grave covered with a wealth of floral last summer
)., democratic leaders. he wants to get back before the ad- tributes (rpm friends here and el Be- The couple were married in 1890 Season. Known as

4 .. Senator Clarke, of Arkansas, journment of congress. Mr. Wilson where. Services over tbe remains when Richards was 31 and his wife 19. r
'sprang" 'tho, ,surprise when he rose was taken seriously 111 shortly after were conducted at the family home,
'while ,Senator William Alden Smith, the extra session convened and after corner of Corvontes street and Eleventh GROVE S
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1 -,Of Michigan, was concluding his long being confined In a hospital in Washington i avenue. Uev. A, S. Moffat, of SIGSBEE'S
speech, and asked him to yield for a for several weeks went to the the First Presbyterian church, .of Send us Your
V ,( motion. The senator yielded and Senator home of his brother In Mar'anna. which the deceased was a member, -
Clarke, introducing his remarks where he has been recuperating. It I offlolatln ". At the grave a short bur- FORTY ACRES OF LAND LOCATED ON THE PUB- l
with an appeal for consideration of I was then that the announcement walt ial 'rvlfoo was read and the body Orders ForI I ;
other legislation(; introduced a motion made In Jackiionvl'le' that probably lowered into the grave. That the deceased LIC ROAD BETWEEN KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD, '

'r to send back the ship bill. he would not venture to be a candidate wax loved, not only by those ONLY THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILE FROM THE CITY
The legislative pandemonium that for the nomination and several of t' (' city In wh'ch he resided, but
, followed has not been witnessed in parties men I iuic, office is Mr \\'11, slates, was shown by the receiptof UKAMS
the senate for years. Senators poured for the It I ING ORANGE GROVE FIVE ACRES OF GOOD '
'' from the cloak room to the cham 1 son's flint vl.,It lo the city since tic hundreds of telegrams, coining CHANNELS ; fci
tfw; ber. The rush from the republican 1I1t'lIIolal, l hr-ht for postmaster of'lalc'llIttI. (from men of all walks of life Among I ANiil.KK: AM BLACK SOIL ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO TRUCK *

;'qi it 1, cloak room was even more immediate I't'nsucola. the in on ondulenccH high In official life Tre sending,ldint I AI.L SIIAI'ESROILEII GROWING; BALANCE OF FORTY IS GOOD FARMINGAND S
their were
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t as republicans
)r;' warned. As soon an administration +'I' RILLIY'Fblt: : rim:: \\'oodiowIlsoii, Secretary of the I - I ORANGE GROVE LAND, ALL CLEARED READY
mvK\ M- ,:,' leader could catch their breath Senator KAI;: roll t. s. SC\\TE: : :Navy JoKpplms Mantels (lov. l'atk IIOG PROOF FENCE.
A GOOD
"t bill I Trammell, Secretary of StaleV, J. 1'1-."TESI FOR PLOW AND UNDER -
t Fletcher, in charge: of the -- .9."vj
made a point of order ae-amst the motion I Punta Gordn.late dewOopmonlH Ili)an. JmlK Cooper Clings; tolUc- TANK HTICKIj x THE BEST LOCATION IN OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR A .

which Vicc-President Marshall In a political way In I'loild.i l 1..11 to I lor of customs of Florida, and many I GAL1'ANIZIDC01'I'Elt Yo I SUBURBAN FARM WITH ALL THE ADVANTAGES OF
ri Clarke other' Out of neper I to the suite
sustained. Senator appealed the qui-Mloiiiiig of cx-io\vrnoi' Albert I AND z
overruled and :Senator of the deceased' the lldgs over all : MUNICIPALITY. .
CT and the chair was l \.V. nlldlruj't! as to wlnthir\ or try A

Clark'u appeal sustained fort)'- 1 not he will bu a candidate In Ih' prl -- _______ _ _ I ZINC S81ETSTRUSS MY PRICE IS FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS IF t
six to thirty-seven. marli'H of next year I" emceed Senator j :u
Nine democrats voted with the re- Bryan 'n the t'nlted States ien- I I' TAKEN AT ONCE.

'k publicans. The motion to reeommit' ate 'Tin. ex-KOveinor replied 1 with SEEDS IlOllS
;,.t 1 was pending: when the senate adjourned the following: I STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL : 0'f ,.
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y; until noon Tuesday "In limiting my attention to the James M. Johnston Own '
The nine democrats who voted action of Oov: Trujnniell in which he II IONOItK I ,
i against the ruling of the chair were We All I the leading varietiesof
stated he would be a candidate forcongresi carry OF ALL KINI>& Kissimmee Florida 11
,tA Bankhead of Alabama, Camden, Kentucky from this district, you ask Farm, Field and Garden Seed that !
'S.1 ; Clarke, Arkansas; Hardwick, me as to whether I will be a candidate -. have been tested and known to be --
,y Georgia; Bryan FloVida; Hitchcock, for the United Slates senate adapted to this soil and climate. We ALL HARD WOODS ooooooooooooooooo.ooooooo oooooooooo.o..o..oo.. ,

+ Nebraska; O'Gorman, New York; I Such i I. my Intent on I think It is can fill your order immediately for '- "
; Smith, Georgia, and Vardaman, Miss too early to shell the woods or net new crop of all varieties of LAUNCHES
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sissippi. into action forty-two centimeterguns.
I ." any Seed Bean, Seed Potatoes English DORIES"AND

NEW POSTMASTERS Peas, Cucumber, Tomato, SKIFFS i SEED
1UIU.K ('ONFEItEN'k. : ; : BUILT TO
'; AT ritKSCKNT'; CITY Pepper Seed, Etc. ORDER
NAMED fOR fLA. TOWN SPRING PLANTING
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Seed Corn, Seed Oats, Seed Barley, BOILERS AND ,
The Southae'd Bible Con'orence ,
aseocJalion Millet, Sorghum Seed, Etc. TANKS BUILT TO
The Pontoffice Department announces will bold Us annual meetlag
1* y{,le the appointment of the follow'ng al( Crescent City. Florida, March Rhodes Grass Seed OKI<:U Full line of new crop seeds of all kinds. .
: V Florida 721 1U1G. The Bpenkers this m'a- l'l'MI'8 FOR Al.IjtXMI'KTICNT '
postmaHt'rHFraochl We can supply wants. Write for new catalogue.
Natal Grass Seed your
Putnam county Joseph A. son will be the Ilev C. I. Siolli-ld, PURPOSES
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Cannon to succeed A. T. IrownlUK. 1 II. I n. of New York ; Kev Lewis! S. .
Complete Stock of garden and field 1"OECEI"OR KILGORE SEED COMPANY ,
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Chafer of Norlhfiild Mass and :Mi
resigned. seeds feed and incubators
poultry supplies, ItOAI WOUIt
Carleton Putnam county MlnnliA. 11. J Hant, of Atlanta' CuI ; I .
etc.
PLANT CITY FLORIDA.
y r Smith to succeed A.V.. Cole, re. Dr.I Sfofleld In known throughout Write, for our spring catalogue and AT ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE ,

signed. the llngllsh: speaking world us tho weekly price list on poultry feed, etc. -x. :- .-< o 0 0004-000 000000
'' Osteen, Volusla county Alv'n A editor of the Scollclcl Itefc-icnce. Kdltlpn -
; F Oldest established and largest seed
Brooke to succeed K. I). Onleen. re of the Oxford Hlble, author and house in Florida. I d
1 signed. teacher Mr. Chafer IK also a wcllkiiojn I -
Pltt vUle. Duval county. WllllaniH. lecturer and preacher, and E. /, MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo.

Pitt. This Is a new office and Mr author of important books on Bible 206 East Hay St. '"
Pitt will be the first Incumbent! themes Mr. Flint la known as the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. I .
1' FLORIDA What About Your Insurance?
Wabasso, St. Lucie county William Hallway Engineer Evangelist, being';

r L. Lelsher to succeed J. O. a locomotive engineer on the South- --- --- -- -
Jaraesson, resigned. ern Limited between Atlanta and .
its a It is announced also that FrederickJ. Greenville Mr. Feat will conduct No matter what you may want in the way flf Insurance, I caa

. Kennedy, postmaster of Biscayne, evangelistic services in connection J. D. 'CLARK
..Dade county, has been covered into with the conference this season He supply it. I make a specialty ef Indemnity and Fidelity Bead, Ufa,

7, \th permanent civil service has been greatly used as a preacherof Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance.
? The postofnco at Yukon, Duval the Gospel. There will be singing
county.will be discontinued.A at all sessions by well-known gospel Real Estate Broker Courteous and prompt attention no matter kew

a commloalott: has been Issued to singers. large Ot hon' jmall an amount yon wish.CARSON *

k: "i' Charles C. Voorhees, new'y appointed This conference was organized 12

postmaster at Redland, Fla. years ago, and an undenominational Residential Lake Shore Property, Cottages, Vacant lots, Orange FARMER' '

.. MINISTER SERVES HOT and association maintain was formed the conference to arrange each for Groves Truck Farms Timber and Prairie lands 0 '' ,

FREE LUNCH IN CHURCH season. A beautiful auditorium has GENERAL INSURANCE. .;; t "'V

i, t 'Cleveland, O...::The'claims that menare been built and the support of the for KISSIMMEE., FLORIDA Phone 2303. DakiaSt. . ',', '. f i
generously provided -
conference
driven to saloons by the free lunch
at/ counter.is being vigorously combated by\ t. late Edwin Gilbert, of Georgetown Office Phone 66 . Residence Phone 68 -.

'. by the Rev. J. L.'Boyer; pastor of the Conn. .
,Collingwood Methodist church. In the I This conference Is the result of a Correspondence solicited ST-4* - -- -- -'
*'' basement of the $40,000 edifice the demand made by a large number of
,: !r' Rev.,Boyer has established a soup kit- I people who are wintering In the -- -- - - -- ----- -

v.' 1: chen. He had fifty guests on the.first South, and wish; to avail themselves
I during their slay All such people
dav.''
"; "We are welcoming all who come," as well as the residents of the South A WISE MAN. YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO.

)r \ aid the Rev. Boyer, "Well find someway are heartily Invited to attend these o ., carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE i
to finance it." meetings from season: to season. to protect his properly
One hundred jobless men in the These meetings are undenominational while he is living and ample LIFE
4 '' \ vicinity prompted the minister to provide being patterned after the great i / INSURANCE to protect bin family X New Owners -- New Management
NorlhOeld, Mass
'i l '. food for them. Moody meetings at in the event of his death. lie f
The name "Southfleld. Is In contrast Yo
5-. also insures his earning capacity
Among the curious taxes imposed in to "Nortl'f.eld."
out ACCIDENT and
I by taking an
various objects are those I 1 -
t. ) ) Germany HEALTH POLICY Be on the EVERYTHING-
'v where the amount 1p
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safe side.
i t is 40 cents each, and $1.50 tax on How To dive Quinine To Children. | We write all linen of INSURANCE -
there
which
i caged nightingales, of 1/EnaILTNRI.thettade-tnerk Dime .lInn to.D that insures and endures.
have not been any for many years, UnprovedQuinio*. 'li a Tasteless Syrup, pies
I whom the hotel keeper does not diaturb the Btomiich.Children t None but KELIAIiLE old line companies
'w and tourists for Cat to tke and TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE
w is taxed 2 1-2 cents, which is added lake it ._ never know it Ifl Quinine. in this agency.
Also especially ...apted to adults who cannot D. G. WAKNKR Yr
to the bill. take ordinary Qniniue. Goes not nauewte nor d7.2
t '. teuae nerxraanesa nor h bead. Try <; Second Floor Citizens Bank Bldg.
::drr Quinine: i: t> X
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The English militants seem able to tithe' next time you for any pur. Kiasimmee, Fla.

the break polling into almost booths. everything except I po.auuue.. FUBVaUNU Aak for 7-ounce i*blown original. In botlU pO"k."21..-The..... 4. HAVE IT


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i:,EYeD Moat Chronic Sufferers Find system.the blood, and drive it out of the Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Louis Varnishes and Glass. We are able. to to furnish you every-

4' :" Relief After a Few Doses So' sure, so positive, so quick and Re-established January 6, 1915. thing' for your house or your barn, from ground to roof.

Art taken. lasting, are the result obtained from Southbound
the use of Croxone. that three doses Northbound Daily
a day for a few days are often all 9:36 A. M. Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 7:30 P. M.
disorders
'k Backache, urinary and that is required to cure the worst 6:08: P. M. Ar. Macon Lv. 11:45 A. M.

:.:.Rheumatism, are caused from weak, case of backache, regulate the most 8:03: P. M. Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35; A. M. I Send for Free EstimateWe I.
t. .., ,, Vi inactive kidneys, which fall to filter annoying bladder disorders, and over- 12:18: A. M. Ar. Chattanooga Lv. 437; A. M.
", ',out the impurities and keep the blood come the numerous other similar 4:50: A. M. Ar. Nashville Lv. 12:10: A. M.
,, pure and tho only way on earth to conditions.It 9:28: A. M. Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30 P. M.
permanently and positively cure such Is- the most wonderful preparation 6:35: P. M. Ar. Chicago Lv. 11:30: () A. M.

.troubles. is.to remove the cause. ever made for the It will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. "
ti *. The now discovery, Croxone,. cures purpose.all other 2:69 P.M. Ar. St. Louis Lv. 2:16: P.M. .
different
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such conditions because it reaches remedies.entirely There Is nothing else on Contractor Estimates on house bills receive prompt attention.

1 a tho very. roota of the the disease.up, in-Itaoab.rigbt'lnto earth to compare with it. It is so Solid Train Compartment-Observation cars, Standard PuUjnan cars

through stopped the walls and prepared that it is practically impossible and coaches, between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman
.tI\ ,active deans to take it into the human system Jacksonville to St. Louis.
""S' out the little filtering sleepers,
J. linings; without results.
',, cells and glands| neutralizes and dissolves Dining Cara. Yellow Pine Lumber Co.
obtain original packageof
.*tho poisonous uric acid sub- You can an .
{ .stances'that lodge in.the joints ..ndl' Crozone: at trifling cost from any .
scratch and irritate and first-class drug store. All druggistsare .
muscles to: ii iiTae "
Coast Line
Atlantic
n::i ; ,eauae. rheumatism; It.neutralises the personally if Croxone, fails return to Phone 195 Kiimme, Fla. .
price
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".P.J' desired results, regardless of -'it
membranes of the,. bladder, give
'.."t3', : dart. out, and strengthens the bow old yon are, bbw long you have Standard Railroad of tke So.... PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWORD 1 ,**"
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IN' CHANCBBy.AHksir : will apply to governor t
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Uf. CUAJICKRT. . .. I. Ckaaewry. of the state of Florida I .Tallahassee white man's a INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTT
,. B I>*.... Cos-spUls-amt. John nC", Kirk"'"004. Complainant. on tha Hth day of "March. A..' D., l-.tB. 1 Tha. city prlm.rJ.eommltta* of the '

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( .' William N Perry ..nd. 1>. 0. Parr/ hereby and provide for Kab I
'''....* IIILA:TO UITIRT TITLE tha following propoaod charter thaoriginal .
:> Defendant: i. holding a '"whit man.." primary ele.. I"i

,.iLLTGQViETTTLE' .........'H...., ..4 All ......._ CUUsila It appearing by affidavit appended the/ ohJoeot of, which tha ....la....tary.of now on eLate of In ton, to ba held In tha city of Klsslm .

Cit.._ Isiteresf 11....' tk. aM ...- to the bill tiled In the abovestatedcause in compllanos with the laws eftha
'frail 9. Frlesul;mm* all ...1.. *m the said state of Florida. F. THRASHER:
tbat William N.. Perry, the dey this list day of state of Florida, aald primary to ,
,fa.* later.*** ameer,th* MM Ksall O.VrMmd. arsl Hclsm ex- Otherwise. , fendant therein named; la 'I. non-real- Witness A.our D.,names 912. he held during the hou. fixed by law (.

.r Otherwise. R s_a ,
ORDBH OP FOBLICATION : resident of Rlchland stata of Waah.Ington. ] M. M. SMITH March 6- 111, for the nomination ,
,ORDER Or rVBUCATIOMT and la over the age of twenty B. H. FERTIC of candidates for city elective officesto --
b voted for at the general election l Celllnes a Specialty
ordered that *
It la therefore
-'" one years; R ROE .St
4 -- : Ts> All Whe. It May 0....... saId non-rasldent defendant b. and hla K. l'HILI4PS to ba held In said city of Klaalmmeeon

AH Whas It Mar Cm.*raiIt It appearing from the swoVn bill of hereby required- appear to the bill A.R. t.V.: HUNT '.Saturday. March *7.< 1611.QaaliS..Ilese Phon 14.-R Klaslmm,,.FI*..

.appearing by affidavit appended to complaint filed In this cause that there of In said cause PAUL, B TRUDELI* *f KlexrteM*. ,"'
'the Bill: o( Complaint ftled in the above are Interested In tha property before .f t'Ja"tt\: :\. 1st day ef Mre':.; J. T. DRAW DY.l Those and only thoa persons shall --

stated oaus..that th* Respondent. Broil i -orJI.I this suit other than the A. D.. 11111. otherwise the allegations __ B, DRAWDT I be permitted. to vote at, or participateIn ;: ",.
; 0. Frlnd l..a non-resident of the State known respondent and that th. names of sad bill will be taken as confessed R. K. FRANKLIN, the management of aald' primary W. -
of Florida and that big residence !a unknown of such parties -o Interested are unknown by said defendant W. J. RICE..RANDOLPH. .1.eUof who are white .I.etor who. DR SIPSON. '
and It alo appeal-ins from the to the complainant and that relief It la further ordered that this order TOUNQ.. their adherence
'aid affidavit tbat the ..ge; of the laid I. prayed In said'bill of complaint b. published once a week. for four con- pla 'and organisation of the "whiteman's" DENTIST'a' ,
!. the as* of 11 years unknown respondent. It In the Klsslmmee Valley party In the city of Klsslmmee.
Hpondnt over ; against such aeeutlve week PROPOSED ChARTER OP PIB TSTATH who are by the lawa oth city of UpsUlrs ta BoOdlnrOfflo
>lt la. th.r.for., ord.r.d tbat the laid Is. therefore. ordered that all parties Oasette. a newspaper published Inaald BANK OP KMAHSVIL.LK. : Klsalmmaa lawful electors, who have Et
herein named de Hours: t* 11 SB.
non-resident Respondent claiming Interests In the following county an* state. ..
KHNANSVIIJL.B.' PL.ORIDA. on or before February li, l li. paid -
be and In hereby required to appear toth. scribed property situate In the Countyof This January llth A. D. 1111. their poll taxes for the yeara ltd and 1: Jtiae 1:55 fl rwi
bill of complaint tiled In said cause Oscoola and State of Florida, to-wit: (Circuit J. L. OVER8THBKT.. The qnder.llfns; Ineorporatora hereby 114 who have andIncluding Telephone No It ,
on or before the Rule Oar In March The West Half of the East Half and the Court Seal) yClerk Circuit Court. associate themselves together for March r.f.l.trm.UnJO who _.

., A.. D. ItllS, b.ln. the flr.t day of the East Half of the West Half of Section By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. the purpose of becoming Incorporated pledge themselves to abide by the r*-
.aid month. otherwise the all..atlon.of If in Township 1* South of Range SI Deputy Clerk. and forming a corporation under andy suit of said primary election and vet W. W. CARSON :
the said bill will b. taken a* confessed East of Tallahassee Meridian do appear Oeo. F. PARKER. virtue of the law. of the stats of for the nomlneee thereof at the ensuing DR

by the said Respondent.. to the Complainant's Dill of Com- S. D DECKER I- Florida with and under the "followingproposed city ..Ietlof ,.
It I. further ordered that this order plaint herein filed on or before the Rule Solicitors for Complainant. I-It charter: a...... ... <.. Candidate. DEN 'I
be published once a week for elgrht Day In April A. D. 116. the same being : I. Those and only those persona, shallbe Office over 4 ',' -
consecutive weeks In the Osceola Journal the 6th day of said ,month. else the said' The name of the .corporation shall permitted to become candidates for .Badlc
a weekly newspaper published In bill will be taken as confessed against ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. be the. First Stat. Hank of Kenanavllle offices A be voted for In said primaryelections Office Hoars- au, -
aid County of Osceola and State of them and Its place of business shall be In the : who pledge themselves In Office 'Phone 111 R.14.no 'Phon S* '

Florida, and of general circulation In And it I. further ordered that this 1st Clrralt C..rt, lisle of FI.ri.. town of Kenanavllle: In the county of writing to abide by the result of said Oa. Administered et

aid County. order be published once a week for aervsitk .......1.1 I ICIrp.ll, OC ..... Osceola. .and state of Florida. primary elections and support the nominees Teeth
Witness the Honorable Jsmes W. 12 consecutive weeks In the Osceola ... Peritlns. Judge of the said Court and Journal. a weekly newspaper published I. Chancery.William The general nature of the businessto the laws of the state of Florida and
my name a. Clerk thereof and the official In said Coun.y and of general circu- Q WIcks Complainant be transacted shall be that of a city of Klsslmmea to hold offlc. H. :
seal of the said Circuit Court lation In said county. vsMyrtle general banking business ;with powersIncident List .>f 011. t. B. Filled DR s CECERPHYSICIAN -
.
this First day of January. A. D. 181Sf Witness the Honorable James; W.Perkins. S. Wick., Defendant thereto as provided by the Each . city of Klsslmme -
Circuit J. L* UVER8TH ET. Judge of said Court and my to'' statutes of the state of Florida. qualified to vote In said primary and SURGEON
6 Clerk of the Circuit thereof and the officialseal It appearing by afTldav appended Ill election shall have the right to vote Citixens Bank
Court S.aAw Usceola County name a. Clerk Court this First the bill filed In above-stated. cause The amount of capital stock of said In said primary for. BaUdlncKlsslmmee. .
of Circuit
Court Florida ) of the said 1916 that Myrtle S. Wicks, the defendant corporation shall be Fifteen I Thousand One candidate for mayor. .
I)
day of January A therein named. Is a resident of the ($15.00000) Dollars to be divided Into One candidate for clerk Phones: Office 17 or I' '.
By JAMES M JOHNSTON. Clerk. J. I... OVKRSTRKKT Clnult Court state ->f Florida and that her actual ono hundred and fifty shares of the one candidate for treasurer Residence IK "-An f .
Deputy I A. Cloth of the Florida, place of residence Is unknown. as she par value of One. Hundred Dollars One candidate for marshal and tax .
JOHNSTON ANn OAKKUri. 4-6t (Circuit Oiiceola! County. Is concealing herself and la over thee ($100) .each to lie paid In cash collector
Counsel for Complainant. Court Seal) age twentone yearn; It Is I Three candidates for members of
.ntth"'d IV
: '
I Wy JAMES M. JOHNSTON Clerk fore ordered that said r I The term for which said corporation city ..oun..1 for two years .ach. T. M RIVERS M. D.
Deputy "
fendant bl> and she Is h..r..by requiredto shall exist shall be ninetynineears J< r..mb..r" of executive committee -
JOHNSTON & GARRYTT.Counsel hill of filed
appear to the complaint for one year
IN cincuir cot'UT, SIOKNTII JUDICIAL foi Complainant 4-10t in said cause on or before Monday the1st .V Tim. for OsiallfylaK. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

CIIICUIT OF KI.OIllUA IN day of March A. I)" 1916.I othirwlsv The business of the said corporationshall .. desiring lo
AND FOIL O1CUOI..A COUNTY AUMINIWrItA'rIN NO'I'II iC. the allegations of said bill will he taken \ bo conducted by the following; name.c"rr.d.on the I h'ctl: Office 0..1 Osceola Pharmacy I,
defendant .
as confessed by said officers: for 'Phone Residence II
----. Adtlsiester for Kl.al 1)1.- It Is further ordered thatt hlsorder vicepresidents office shall file with the ,
:>*>>lrr of A ptesldent one or more Office 141.
Arthnr 1Q. Ionraa.. Complainant ......... la 4'oart of oajnty Judsrc. he published once a week for four consecutive ', a board of seven directors B thl committee, on or before. February .
Oareola ('o..tT. Florida. weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley cashier. and such other officers and 1. 1916 his notice of candidacy andappll..ton '.
versusII Gazette. a newspaper published In employes the corporation may au- to have. his name) so print- ,

U.I, TO QUIET) TITI.K In rc. Estate of R Lohr, said county and state thirlse. The hoard of directors may blank to be furnished bv 0--
This January 20th. An. 1916 the chairman of this committee and .
.... all Partlrsj Claiming to all whom appoint subordinate officers and employes H. D. GEIGER
MtU O. F..I. Had Notice Is hereby given (Circuit J. OVERHTRKKT, with such powers, "duties] and accompanied. by the amount of his ..-
,n l..*r.-.. tinder the aaM limll It may concern that on the 15th lav of Court Heal) Clerk Circuit Court terms of office. a. they may prescribe ., .m.nt. a. specified below. and no
July. A. l 11.. 191'6. 1 shall apply to llon- By JAMES M JOHNSTON of such candidate shall be
. name any
O. frlrad, or OtherwUr, lt* pondr < of nald or as may be provided by the bylawsnot
Murphjuiltce
orut'le 1' M Deputy Clerk Inconsistent with the banking printed upon or counted or returned If ATORNEY-AT-LW
OHOEIt OK PDIII.ICATIUKI -ourt ns Ju1ffof prohato for my ftnaldliirharirt Johnston A Garrett laws printed upon such baloL unless this "
as adiuliilntratnr. of R Iohr Solicitor' for Complainant 6-St I VI provision ah..1 hav. .. complIed Office Stat Bank Building 1'
(leccAH1 and thnt nt III* saitx* time sHall/ be elected by with.
The directors
T. All Whom It May Canrernt I will pr,,snt to ...1.1 court my final. the stockholders af each annual m..t.Intc F.... .f Ballot. .. F ' :
It appearing: from the ..wo. n hill of accoiints as admlnl.t..lur' oal.1 I .- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I All other officers and employes Th< voting in said primary eloatlons .
complaint tiled In this cauau Hint there tate for thlr ai)|>ro\al shall he elected annually hy the board shall be by first and second choice ballot t
are parties Interested In the propertyinvolved Ditid January 1 A 11. 1915WIL.I..IAM of directors The anual meeting of In compliance with the. provisionsof DLC.LHYATT' !,
In this suit other than the i.' uut. FOR MAIIftHAI. AM> TAX the stockholders shall\ be held on the the state primary laws and the '

known respondent. and thnt tie nameu 2-6"0. .\dtiilnlHlratorNO eOI.I.Ii:<:'I'OIL second Monday of January In each. nlm..1 of the candidates for earn nfnce PHYSICIAN and '
BURGEON
I
of such parties so Interested nr nn -- - year shall hi. printed on the ballot InIIlphab..tleel
-
known to the complainant and that relief In announcing myself a candidate be VII order.aas'ass WSJGEO.
is prayod In said bill of complaint.C'aln..t I p. for the city democratic white primary Until the officers elected. at the flrsiannual t. .f R.t... Klsslmme Fla.Phonea .
such unknown respondent It 'I'l<'K OK ATTA1 IIMKN. for the. office of marshal and tax meeting of the atockholders This committee shall meet at 8 Office 1IT -
ordered *htall parties I TO ( \\. lilt I %.". AAII Ml. orilKll collector of Klssttnnioe I desire to saythat shall be qualified the business of said [ o'Cloek. p. m. on the 8th day of March 141 '
I. therefore
claiming. Interests In the following described i I I'i-EitEM'I-l'fl I'AHIIKtl If elected I will nil the positionwithout corporation shall I,.. conducted by thufollowing Ittllv In the city "ouncl chamber of the R.14enc. ,
I fear or favor towards anyclass named officersM : city of i .. publicly can- -
situate in the I.. H
real property la l given that I.
h"'hy
Notice
and will uphold the A I. Hunt tass th. returns. In accordance with _
and Sate of Florida. of citizens M. Smith president ,
County of Osceola Ingrain sh rlfT of Oac-ola rounty slat
>4f the primary election law or Florida
of the law In every Instance4tf first vlco-presld H V Phillips sec- F. PARKER
"T The Northwest quarter 1 'vlild writ .
to-wlt: I Three In ,
Northeast Quarter of Section of nttaihment Issued I In the suit of John .
office
I I and M M Hmlth A. \.. Hunt R V nominated for each voted for -
Township 26 South of Range 29 ? a.t Fay against C W. lirunn ntyw pending O. R Hothwell I n .. ind the chairman and secretary of this ATTORNEY-AT-LAW :
of Tallahassee Meridian do appear to In the circuit court of the Seventh judicial FOIL MAYOR. 1'hllllps Paul: K: Trudell and S, H ..itlcRd committee, within two days thereaf. 1 ,
the complainant bill of complaintherein circuit. In and for Osceola county certify the names of these -
.
flied on or before the Rule Day Florida. upon the following deacrlbrd I hereby announce myself aa a candidate rector. VIII. : receiving the nomination Collections and Conveyance

In April A. D. 1116 being the 6th day property, situated In Oiiceola oounty for re-election to the office of The highest t of Indebtednessor ''rdrJ office to the city authorities gpecialtUs
of said month. else the said bill will.) Ktate of Florida, more particularly described mayor of the city of Klsslmmee. subJect other lmo to which I the said I aa the nominees of this 4 .
r bj* taken a. confessed against such respondents as follows to-wit: to the action of the democratic i corporation shall at any time. subject party for the offices to bf voted for 1"1-1 Broadway -. '

All fractional faction one (1). all white primary.4tf Itself shall be as limited and denned by at the general election to b. held ;
And It Is further ordered that this fractional section ten (10) eleven (11) H. R. MAT. section 2711 of the general statutes of March 17th. 1111g.

order b* published once a week for 12 and twelve (12) ; all section thirteen the state of Florida. __. F. KRIBBS .
consecutive weeks in the Osceola Journal (13) : all fractional section: fourteen FOR MARSHALL AND' TAX The names and residences of the subscribers For the purpose of derr..yln.. the expenses I G ;
a weekly newspaper published in (14), fifteen and sixteen (16)) ; the northeaSt COLLECTOR.I and the amount of capital of the primary .I.cton. Including 1-
the said County. of Osceola and of general quarter (N E. 1-4) of the northwestquarter hereby announce myself .. a candidate stock subscribed by each are a. follows the payment of and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW \ ". -
circulation In said County. (N. E. 1.4 of N. W. ).4: south for re-election to the office ofmarshal :- clerka printing of balot. etc, the '
Witness the Honorable James W. half of the northwest quarter (S I-lot and tax collector of Kiaairamee U F. Roe, Kenansvllle. Fla., ten following aaeesments against Examination of Tltle a Specialty. _ _

Parkins. Judg* of said Court and my N.>W, 1-4), and south half of section subject to the action of Mie democratic shares (10). prospective oandldatea for the various Notlncatlon and Psym.n .of taz.-. ,
nam as Clerk thereof and the official seventeen ((8 I-lot Rec 17)). all In white primary If again honored R. E. Franklin Kenansvllle. Fla.. offices to be filled; non-residents. given carvfnlattention. '

..t sal of the said Circuit Court. this first township twenty-six ((2t) south range with the office I will do In the two shares (S). Mayor three dollars. k4Kl.aimmee o

Ii day.of January, A. D mil thirty-one (31)) .east containing accord- future as In the past perform the Paul E. Trudell. Kenansvllle. Fla, Clork three dollars.Trvasirrer. ,
.t J. U. TREET. Ingto the United States surveys In the duties and obey the law. to the best ten shares (10). three dollars. . .
. A. Clerk of the Circuit Court. state of Florida. 6.7el 90 acre., situatedIn of ability. O B Bothwell M. D.. Kenansvllle. Mar.hal and tag collector, three dol Pat Johnston O., r. Oarret*' '
.1 (Circuit Osceola County.Florida. Osceola county. Florida exceptingand 4-tf my FLOTD TI8ON.la Fla-. ten shares (10). lars.Members "
..t, Court BeafI' \) reserving however out of the Randolph Toung Whittier. Fla.. one city council, on. dollar JOHNSTON & ;
JOHNSTON. ((20) share (1). lawaantaia. _
By JAMES M. above described premises twenty .C' _
Clerk. acres on the easterly shore of Live 4-llmlt Coeir' for the .....t Judicial A. L. Hunt. Kenansvllle. Fla, tan The following? Inspectors and clerk

;;, JOHNSTON OARRETT.D.puty Oak lake now used and Improved as a Clrralt .f the Stat. of Florida.Isi share (10), are hereby designated t conduct the .
'" Complunant.lOt aa l for Oacaala Ceraaty. L. B. Drawdjr.. Whittier.' Flaw tn aid primary election: '
: for '
banana plant..tlon.49t
it. .coun..l t. H. INGRAM. I. Csmswory. % shares (10). Inspectors-1 N. Bratton. J O. Vans Offlcei 10. 1 and 12 CtB _ _

fl.... Sheriff of Osceola County. Florida.. Bill t. Otalrt Title. R. V. Phillips,' Kenansvlll. Fla. ten Agnew. 3. W.' Lily.,. ,Building 'i.-
shares nO). : ClerkJ.. W. *
{T ORDER or PUBLICATION. Lydia Butler, Complainant.vu.. i --"w: J.: Rica, Kenansvllle, Fla., sixtyshares .H7"miLi PUBLICATION1.la
ORDER FOR Chairman. .
'' ...... Charles.. D. Campbell. 'Anna D Babbit. (60) : ,
I' b' Cliwvlt C..rt, State f Kl Kenansvlila seven C BASS -
V- Walter J. T. Drawdy, W. ,
.....tk ... Ieaal Clrcvlt, Oaeooln Tlrralt C...rt. Stale of Florida, Robert C. Dennr' B. Denny, shares ('7). Secretary.HHINGLK Louts C. Uasser iT.. Photon WarlewLate
; . Julia of the aforesaid par I,1 Counsel for Judge of the t. -
C*..ty.f Krvr tk Judicial Cl...... _.laon. and M M Smith Winter Park Fla., t.n ,
descendants R. .
tlea, respondent being Fla. R Comm Criminal Court '
I. Cka.Cer7. (' T. Q sharp (10). OOOttOooooo : oooooo : t.OO.OOt .
Kate Yalta Complainant. I. 4 ........rT. heirs at law 0:11C : Campbell claiming ; S H Fertlc, Kenansvllle, Fla., ten MSEYAOW '
deceased and other parties
vs \MI1 H I..' 'It t. Complainant. ; .
i, "' shares (10) t
Bill ITEMS
', Henry Tales. Defendant va Interests In the lands In this CIUKK: ATORNEYS' COUNSELB '
Defendant. described under the said Charles Q
It by affidavit srppencied to Eliza Jane L.ea\ltt Campbell, deceased or otherwise, and STATE OF FI..ORIOA. -4 Practice In all the courts of the

i the :IYf'tnfn: the above-slut cause It appearrng! by affldaxlt appended to Emma -F R Campbell sole surviving COUNTY OF OSCEOL.ABefore undersigned NotaryPublic and of the United States,talso at, u
the defendant thereIn devisee of C. 8. Hart deceased Re me. the .
that Henry Yates the bill nied In the phoKtat,'d cause the Florida .
.t of tha stata In and for the state of Floridaat Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Mall spent last R.lroa COlmlloa
Is nonresident d..r"ndltnlth..ln I spondentsORIIICIt the
? naufpd. a that Eliza June oavltt the appeared li F" Int..tat. ; I,
of Florida and Is a resident of Whip nam,'d, Is n non-rsld ,)f the Karge personally Franklin, Paul E Trudell.e Tuesday In Kioslmmee. Charleston BM/*. J,
i-t., ham Grady county, state of Oeorula. state of Florida and In a re."ldnt of OK BI.ICATION. (Roe K. It Hothwell E Randolph Toting, I* BDrawdy Our school here has closed. We all Orlando, P1*. i4-1 FT.. -
of twenty-one years.; It over __ _
the Maseachitset
age abodMate of : -
oyer IN J
I. therefore ordered that said nonresident th.It. .. of t'eti9-.r.e varn It inther'tore To All Whom itMayconcernIt \V J. Rice. It V. Phillips all regret to give up Mrs. Steffee and
K H Fertlc
H
defendant be and Is her*'!,)' r<-. order that Bald non-rp4l- appearing from the sworn Bill ofComplaint T. Drawdy and and knownto we hope the school board will fee fit

,;.. ejulred to appear to the bill of Complaint d*.nt di-ft'ndant IMand ah*. IH her..hyr'qule.1 filed In this cause that there to me me to well V>n. Known the Individuals described to give her back to us next term. F. I JENKINS *
filed in said cause on or before to appear to the till of com- are persons Itr\.r"\ In the property executed the foregoing ,
Monday the 1st day of March. A. fl. plaint flied In Maid rails on or Ito Involved In ; suit, other than the In and who Charter of the First AH of the older people with most SURVEYOR

.... 1916 otherwise the allegations of said fore :Monday the 1M tiny of :March known Respondents; and that the :State Bank proposed Of Kcnan.villand each of the children mot at the bridge last + -i'

bill will be taken as confessed by said A n. liilS otherwlBe alleRntlons; oemof such persons so Interestedare being duly sworn severally. acknowledged Friday at tho close of school and /gave .
defendant of said hill will !>.> takrn ax ronfmsedb unknown to the Complainant; andthat executed the name for Fraternity IU'
that he
It Is further ordered that this order > said defendantIt I relief Is prayed In said Bill of the uses and purposes therein expressed the children an outing" which they .. ___ _
b* published once a week foe four consecutive Is further ordered that. this order 'Complaint against such unknown Respondents enjoyed very much.A Klsslmm., P1*.
weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley be published once a m e*.k for four ; In Witness Whereof I haVe hereuntoset large crowd assembled the "-
9 Cuiette a newspaper published In ron. ..111 h'*' w..oka In Ihe KIII Bln"?ne It 1ft therefore., ordered That all hand and affixed my Notarial a -
published parties claiming an Interest In and to mv church last Friday night and organ z-
." anJ Valley (axette a newspaper this Znd day of January AD..,
Real
;ht" !fhr.ou..tlu the t'l", A. D 1MB In said county and stale the following described property situated 1916Notarial, i the singing class, which will meet DR M. J. HICKS

Ii' (Circuit Court Seal This January 2Kth IMS. In the County of Osceola and ( A. I.. HUNT each Friday night bereatter.MM. .
J. I.. OVERSTREET.. (Circuit J. I, ()UHTFdlKT. State of Florida, to-wit: Public State of Morlda '
I I i"" Clerk Circuit Court. Court Seal) Olerk Circuit Court, Lot three of Block "A" of ,v. A. Seal ) commission Notary expires April 4, illS E. L. D. Oterstroeet returned PHYSICIAN and SURGEON _

O F. KRIBBS. I By JAMES :M JOHNSTON. Patrick and J. P. Hugheya Additionto My bo'me'klt Fr day accompanied by her _

Solicitor for Complainant S-4t I I>*'puty Clerk the ,town of Klsalmmee City. Os daughter, Mrs Clint Bronson, of Office State Bank Budding n
t' IKVIS O'HRYAN. ceola County. Florida. according to STATE OF FLORIDA.COUNTY _
6 4t OF OKCEOL.A Wlndermero. .- 'Phones: Office 41 -22-
Solicitor for Complainant the Plat of said Addition on file In I -
r ', SKVKNTII JUDICIAL the office of the Clerk of the Cir- lit fore me thn undersigned Florida NotaryPublic Mr. Will Winters and family of R.ld..nc. 40 $A
COUIU of
lit' CIIlCtJIT of In and for the elate \ _ _
cuit Court for Orange County I A. 1... East Shingle Creek our community -
l CIRCUIT 01" FLORIDA. IN ---- which said County the lilt 1.1 lands at LltrJCPI.raunally appeared I.t --. .
. <<< OtWTV JUDGK. Hunt tn m.' well known and known last week for Missouri where 1
\, AND FOIl OSCIOOI.A COl'NTI.IN IN COt RT UF wo'r. at said date of filing mild Plat tit
1 CHANCERY.Arihur STATE OP FLORIDA.Tn a part said lot lying In the Month In to In anil on*who' of the,'x"lt..d i IndKlduals the foregoingpropon .a.rlh..d I they will make their future homo. J. W. THOMPSON t 1> :>

re Estate of cOst quarter of the South*'ant quar- *.d charter of the First State i Mr. Nighfiwonge. and family will '3."A

F" B. Oonegan, Casaplalnsnt, CHRIS KAENNEU Osceola. County. 1.,1' of Kertlon Tw'ntyonof Town- Hank of K.'nurtqviile!! Ind 1..lno dulv i the W'nter's home. We are .
/ to all whom It HAuth, ItatiKeTwentynltie occupy -
i:: Notice Is hereby given chip Twenty-five I that .
r,1 "....... may concern' that on the let day of East of Tallahassee the sworn same e'k"twl..IIC..1 for th. uses and purposes glau to welcome thoy to our community FUNERAL DIRECTOR 4 ,.

BILl. TO qUIET TITLE March A, II. 1916. I shall apply lo the Meridian Osceola County 1 lorlda ..x pr..a..d. '

,jl'I Sdwla M. Raadall, Sarah Traey. and Honorale T. M Murphy, Judge of said do appear to the Complainants' Mill ofComplaint th..ln In Witness thereof I have hereunto Mitts Draco Rezford of East Shingle andLICENSED :A':2'.
, I I' Court. as Judge of 1'robate. for my final herein flied. on or before the hand and affixed my Notarial ; :
t...,< Jakia Traey. her ...ba... and all par discharge as Administrator of the estate Tth' day of April. A. D. 1915 else the Seal net mv this 22nd day of January. 1916 Creek and her friend. Miss Nlghswonger .

ties clalsala laterrsts siadrr the. aaldasard of Chris Kaonnel deceased; ..ndth.t said Hill will be taken as eonf..sued. (8. al) JOHN H HAIHDKN.Notar attended church here Sunday EMBALMER _
.. thervtlae at the same time I will present to And It I. further ordered. that this Vutillc of Florida >-
rats er > ,
< '
ltess>- Ftlt. .
... aid Court my final accounts a. Admin order be published once a week for ?tt' commission .. ecember 18.181K r
,
R FSB>*Hldellt.OHDICIt I.trator of said estate, and ask for their twelve consecutive weeks, In the Valley )- I Miss Lizzie F oyd spent tho week Store and Chapel. '!'

OF PUBLICATION approvaL Gazette a newspaper published In end at tho Park returnoing to KlsBlmmoe Stw.r.A.1 .
......,, J. H. HALLEY, Administrator. said County of Osceola. State of Flor- STATE OF "FLORIDA I ,
Dated Sept 12th. A. D. 1114 ida, and of general circulation In said ]I COUNTY OF BEM1NOIE. I Sunday. Klsslmmee. Fla. .f
Te AH W .. It May Caeeru County. B..ror' me the undersigned; Notary Does It pay to plant velvet beans 4 ,\I\

It appearing from the sworn bill of Witness the Honorable Jamas W. Public In and for the state of Floridaat feed to cattle? Theanswer ) 1IV : "
complain filed In this cause that there NOTICE TO PROPERTY Perkins. Judge of said Court and my Large personally appeared M. M. t bf. C. Bronson one of .. a-h" ."
. Interested In the prop.rtytllvol".d name as Clerk thereof and the official Smith to me well known and known I yes, as ,
t -, are parties In this suit other than the OWNERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY seal of said Circuit Court, this the 8th to be. one of the Individuals who executed our most prominent stock raisers When In Nd ef a J !1 f' ,'

,; known Respondents and that the day of January A. D., 1916 i i the foregoing proposed charterof sold six head of bt cattlo last weekto SURGON'7 I > ,f.i"
such parties so Interested are (Official Seal Circuit Court ) the First State of Kenansvllleand VETERINARY < ,
of named II T. Kissimmee realizing 4
names the Complainant. and that I will be at the following J. U OVERSTREET. being duly acknowledgedthat Mr. DalS 'j '

r unknown relief Is prayed to In lb. said. bill of corn.I precincts on dates given below for the Clerk Circuit Court I I he executed the same for the uses 136.40 per h. ad. -a Ft. ,, )

unknown Re.pond.its of receiving; tax returns on JOHNSTON A GARRETT. and purposes therein expressed Mrs. Ham Watson and little) daughter M
I purpose whereof I have hereuntoset F. RICHMOND : ) .
4 tsrtherefore. ORDERED that Solicitors for Complainant. 1-llt In witness ?
,_ It I I Anna of Plttsburg Pa. arrived 'A .
claiming an interest in the both real and personal property: my hand and affixed my Notarial May, ." j
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Allowing described real property ltu- Precinct No. 2, Shingle Creek January Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day i iTocr I I Seal this 21rd' day of .January 1916 here Tuesday t spend several Horses II, and u',-, 'tZL' .
and State ( ( } AN. I) BHUMI.IY. Mr. and Clpped 1"
ate Inthe County of Osceola 29.Precinct. drucffist will refund money if PAZO N..el Public I month. with her parents, \, .' t.

-'q. of Florida, to-wit The Northeast/ c f Section Quarter No.3, Campbell Station, OINTMENT falls to cure any case: of Itching. I I IBlindBledingorPot..ding I i My commission I expires Dec IS 1KI7 Mra. \V. H. Anderson. Mr. Watson Loughman Road _, , \j -
of the Northeast Quarter Piles In 6 to 14d.ys.' Tt % \ .'-l- : ,
has friends here who are glad "
SI SO.Precinct . many 1
U South of Range January __ Phone ;
II In Township The first application: givei Has sad Meet Me. 11Kt.I..,. .S .
.. Tallahassee Meridian do appearth2 No. 4, .St. Cloud) Feb. 1. to have her with them again. '

:t. to Complainant's bill of complaint Precinct No. 5, Crabfrrass, Feb. 3. o OOOOOOOOOOtOOOOOGOO ) NOTICE. Our pastor Rev. C. C. Deatty, of C n 'i.-. 'J'

-t 011 lilt..for.the same the Rule being Day the'April.itb day A.of Precinct No. 8, Whittier, Feb. 4. Notice Is as nereby guardian given of that Francis the' La-undersigned Davenport will fill the pulpit bee ERE GREEN i ./,} ,S:<. :v't: '

D.said month. else the said bill wll b. Precinct No.9, Alger Feb. 5. M. TILLER mar Rush minor will make application next Saturday night and Sunday and ( ? '\

- taken a. confessed against/ th.m. that Precinct No. 7, Bas enger, Feb. 8. to the Hon. T. M. Murphy t attend the services. a Sip Writer sMsd/lWormtlT/: ,:.H'iil:) -

-:- ASIa It I. further be published OnuERED one. a Precinct No. 8, Nareoe.ee, Feb. 10. Real estate Agency. I county Judge. Osceola on the county nth, .Iorlda Mrs. Homer Cromart'e baa return Pala.r', .' -: tt .'Ij. '
In probate
order < "
this w..k for 11 consacutive wks In tb. cinct-No.10. Reedy Creek, 'February February. A.IUn... ( at 10 o'clock a. ed home after &absence of sv.aa ,. ,-, I.f" >;. ,
t V weekly newspaper a..aaasaaRealty --- thereafter aa said application .
'' 08ceola .Tourlla&. a 11.Preclnct m.. er as n w.k. 'Phos.1'2S3- : .

|--,_;':\ ..ubU.b.d In.II.r"the .al4'ctrolll&tlon County of tn O.c.I' .....d- \ No. 1,' Klsslmme*, all bought and sold. authorising can tha ba undersigned heard, for aa aa guardian order- )1. Mn. R. W. ,IlewU and'lit- ;f.:.. ... .t

< '-I' ola aIl % ,o .' through month of March. to at private ..al.I I U* of Klsslmmee pent Sunday -

"-., the Ilonorsbls Jama: W. 4-6t WM. t-BAEBER, House rented. i the ator..te .1 I.t.r.t of saId with their Mr.. and-Mr V' P. P. X.TaadAaTmew.,, W B.'( .

.L"S Judge ot said Court ...4 owae Co. Taxes paid and Title verified minor. Francis Lamar R8.b and to pnu. )
Aise or'of( Ttotes ,OsceoU a; Croma <
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fr;. ...'i..-:j1(Clrc.tt; qt day,. "oC'. '1''V Jallu"'A.J. L OVJCRSTR.EII'I'D.' "JI.Clr.ult'!. . .Notice.'(5' h..1' Nonce.irlvcn':,tkat'ln, ; '2.- order. .: .Fir*. j lifeand, Accident lanrance. '$, _Improvement.Block It of Cp"4IU9 the Ploslda Land to and lb.I the condition call lbs af city Beruda 4a.attaUoa Jls t :. *?-". ... .. -"{. -

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: ."Hhft . ::1 . : 'THE. KISS4MMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTEf':' ; ", . "FR'UrAY.' FEBRUARY 5.; 11

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: .Cld'ad Last Saturday, January SOth '1'be.1 FOR SALE-Several nice young Jersey I' .

-I ,.. ,,,. -w ... lag the ,date ,on which Mrs. Samuel I II I AT OCAL PLAYHOUSES II cows. Just fresh. S. W. Downing -. v -

'.... . Hobson reached her 66th milestone, 'Phone 241L. 7-tt tqizt-4 ;
t"rtte ,La4le.p she, and her husband Invited a few :J.
: Improvenxeat club met of' tnelr' friends to them J J FOR : .
help celebrate SALE-Two-at.ry wooden house
: fI ;111.W.4nea4ay' !4inut.. February, 3, at .akm the event at their home on Indiana 4 Both the Casino and the Dixie theaters unusual muifcal act Thursday. night : and' lot with -fruit trees. Seven
4l have
11". had" Jh.Iast meeting were avenue.! Those present were had an excellent run of picture that captured the good will of his rooms and bath, electric lights. See
1 and au- FOR SALE .One of the .
appro.ed. this finest
week 'ero. .
Th. which has well '
tonowlnc dienoe/
pleas.ed
Kev. and Mrs. and He plays it at 407 Emmett.
Northrop two a at addressor
twenty-five Apply
trusteel, cent
______ .thla.meetlnc tor,the: dub. "w.r., ... elected. at sons. Rev. and Mrs. Santee, Mr. and "Home their Sweet patrons. The feature film harmonica, rendering classical selec- write to August! Koac., 1220, Mississippi in mile OsceoU.ceunty.from limits., located only,on..*' '
i : '. \ Mrs. E. P. Clark Mr. and Mrs. John Home was shown at tions in a most surprising St., LaCross Wis. city Forty-
In 7-4tpd
manner.
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Pecltham ;. Squ'res the Casino last acres of best citrus land
JoIn
:_ and Friday, and was fact it takes ; twenty
Tolerton, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kelsling pro no stretch of the '
7dra. Imagi
lankl. T&. dub VOtad to and son. All present enjoyed themselves nounced an excellent picture by all nation to think that the Instrument is FOR TRADE-New $68 vertical feed acres In splendid bearing trees. Finest ; ,
have a-: ft.oat.Ii Old Settlers' Day, Immensely especially when who saw it. Manager Fqrlaw hat secured a well played violin. lie will be here sewing machine, 'or live stock variety of fruit. You can get' .

*:: which i.. Tuesday, February 8th. It they were Invited to the dining 'foonj, eight other feature tUrn for i tonight and Saturday. poultry or farming implements. 8. this grove direct from the 'owner,
,4 .was moved and motion carried t* at where there was wa'tlng one of the this house, which will be shown) at an Armand Melnotte the great female W. Downing. 7-tf and save real-estate commissions.
we'add a literary department /nore, "the crazy nut" ha 'had impersonator Address Box 427. Klssimme, Fla..
2 to the most appetizing dinners It has ever are. and Walter Arlington
Vb-i2? ? "t. 4y ..Stoddard's lecture. been our privilege to partake of. In more, the crazy nut. had had a return will present Friday night a great: vaudeville S. J. Triplett, editor of the St. Cloud
:,, l.cUe..re 'asked to sell tickets the evening all departed wishing Mr. I date at the Casino this week. novelty sensation, "The Sub- Tribune, spent last Monday in the DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M.

fr',th. course of-chautauq'ua enter- and Mr. HobHon ninny happy days. Special art features produced by astereoptiron stitute." Saturday the audience will city. Tiller. .
,' .",talnments,1,, .A: committee was machine and Oberita, as be surprised by the "
ep- "Woman.
: pointed*to inquire as to' what be Elaborate prppurullons are bi-'ns, \tody poser; are being (given at the 8% MONEY 6% MONEY 6%

.s. don.' In' reference to getting can a new made for I the) t-tcKiniion. of the) 01/' / Dixie each night this week. The T>roHuction Effect of Great Kidney LOANS may be obtained for any purpose -

? building for the club. St>ltlprK' lay, February 9th. .. I is unique and very (food. NEW THEATRICAL CO. on acceptable real estate security -
k : ,Mrs .Oakley Butler t-'kod to the ban been made. a pet man out dale u id I Itbf I/arrV Hums a8 Hebrew comedian and / ; liberal privileges; correspondence '
; :: '. 2: club for a few minutes and I following i ; are (he officers. cf the |' mandolin player supplements this is solicited. A. C. Agency
recited Soon
: '" beautiful a aHHoelatlon j' of the show in IS Remedy RealizedI Comoanv. 758 Gas. 'Electric BId>..
> poem, ent'tled "A Loaf of : part. a special act. ORGANIZED HEREThe Denver,- Colo. 46 Pieroe
Bread." Bldg..
Club adjourned to meet rri'Kident. ; I, Hv.. J. fl.V.te '4.v -
on ;
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'' ": the Kth of February. ire pren.. Hev. l Kriiney; K'rvtary.// "THK KPffll.FKS" AT THE I feel it my duty to let you know St. Louis. 7-41 ,Ii
DIXIE
I / The PrlscilU club met on Frlitay, William 1' Lynch ; I ThEATER- WEDNESDAY United Amusement company, a (, what Swamp-Root did for me. I wa* FOR SALE-Pair nice young mules, :'
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; February 6th. with Mr.. u. C. Thomp! rude Stewart chapnin, H. WltlrlK. I| "Th-e Spoilers," a photoplay dramatization theatrical\ concern to be incorporatedat bothered with my back for over twen- wagon and harness and two bug-,
son on Kentucky avenue. A goodly committee of arrangements rlinlr- of Hex Reach's great story $25,000, was formed here Monday I I ty years and' at times I could hardlyget gies. J. W. Wilson, 624 Main St.

: .", P number were in attendance and af- luau, Conirue! ti-wnrt ; assistants, I will l h e shown at the Dixie theater by the following officers: out of bed. I read your adver- 'T3tpdFOit i',
:. r. ter a short business session the meetIng' Mr J II. \Viul, I"ott.lrK.: 1:0: <1.'. :M i4. Wednesday afternoon and nijrht. The L. T. Forlaw, of this city officenial1ger 1 I tisement and decided to try Swamp- ,.
V. was turned over to the IIOSIOSH Myr.100.: ..*... Comrades: pedraw; I film is from the studio of the well ) ; Nat L. Royst.r, of Tampa, Root. Used five bottles, and it has SALE OR TRADE for borne anA ;
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for the social hour, "the stunt" be Fiurls and 1 llirch.The known Spill company. booking manager;. M. L. Marcus of been five years since I used it, and I I I wagon, one 2 cy. Buick in good ',-,
4 InC to see which could chew a long It has Atlanta, publicity and Fred have never been bothered a day since condition good tires; must sell or ''i
; I proKrtnii a S arranged I for 1 I' e been the fashion of lat" topieturizu' I manager; I
string up first; and (get to the gum day wlU! be, cniried I out if wci.lherlo.ltu the work of famous authors Elmore, circuit manager. Messrs. I took the last bottle of it. I am trade at once. A. M. Jones, J' O. t

: i drop on the end without louchiiiK U' '10.... uh): I p'i., VII t II and S .liV' has advnnre l this as a fine Marcus and Royster have been here I thoroughly convinced that Dr. Kil Box: 221. Klsdlinmee. 7tf 'X'1

,< with the hand The first prize. a I a III Parade 1 :Marshal\ art in "The Spoilers" from the book for the past month conducting the advertising : mer's Swamp-Root cured me and SPECIAL > f

' "I beautiful berry dish, was won by MrK. Wllcnx. 'i, ,1>\\ 1'0)' .. on :horsebaci, ; :!. of Rex lieuch, in most spirited( and and publicity: contest for the would recommend it to others RATES at Patrick's' shop, j
3, . Della Sage and the consolation; Casino theater. Mr. ing H. I did. beginning MondaT-;" I, we will
Forlaw in
'well\
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wan 1'iiM ilium vital fashion. Thin RUffer-I'
Ho.lii"l:
0', cmps. ,1. : I I (iIi.iIii : movjniy picture
awarded to MI Alda Hleech. Af Si ,I'loinl. with piny ill reels known to Kissimmee people, as the j My husband was troubled cut hair for 20c; shave, lOc; sham- {
< : t Mr-t\ lad.i. :Mi\! J1"'lIn "nine had its first public '
', ter dainty refreshments wer<> wned progressive of the Casino.All ney and! I bladder troubles and be took poo, 20c; singe, 20c. Give us a
)Ii!: ; (Hi.al. 1'lol the club adjourned to meet again in licuiitifiil of these men are "well\ up", in the1I11'1I1..i'al your Swamp-Root and it cured him.
{r eil lit Ml IMllh: I"I1I '''K Wllll IIIdd" j| new Strand I tlienter on
two week ill' hone, < Hi, I\MI,'. ill "Ni.u''nrl business, and their company This was about five years ago. FOR
I i. Ill" I I''d I 'lit: til UIIIM OI< < city and has I SALE-Six room house, corner"Penfield
The school club assisted I by local I , '1: should l h"? a great hUccosH.The You may publish this letter i if you
continued ,
\ all's liib. lu- .1 II We''cnil'' : III I I1 l' I thrre a" the feature, iiriru and Randolph streets. sChat.
I {' 'f' talent gave tho Quek-n Fsilier' can I I I pi .tlent" of 1 I.; die linpint'' me I tcilll. I.J. ;ini' for its 1 perpetuity; : and l popularitIt v. A flIuSetneilt company has already ,I choose. -v Thorn""0". 4-4tpd
: i.il tata In costume In (; A. H. hall 1-Vb assumed control of four theaters Very truly yours, i
llnu-fl this '
1-/ : Mis" .1. \\ :l-MUllle- 7 iliiMerni : I success as :\ regular |
/; 'ruar 1st 1 1 and 2nd aa: enjoyed by all music, l 1. theater short time to have fifteen or twenty R. F. I D). No. 3 Gobleville, Mich. building on Brack St. North .
\ irr 0')1') >'. I In- \\ nod III en < I I he \\I'ld.1 i I i I I t I on Michigan i nvenue. Thira i iro I
r _.. Too much can not I be mid I in 1>'" :11, float I I ?h!.. I I'r.M'illa ilub i i l ira" -" where) it has continued, to do won housen in their circuit. The purpose Sul'.sci; i bed and sworn to before me --Kissimme H. C. Sthnfrul 29-tf '.
,, I 1. of our home talent. 111"1 j liiiml. 11.1 llo.it.' "Golden I Hili" ( ::1:1 i 11.. (1'iful InisinesH to "capacity houses." I of the company is to have a string of this l.Sth: of July, 1909.ARVIN ---

Dr. A. A. CllnkeiiheHid.) one of our I 12, school ci"dren!, ; 1 ::1. I lle: se'tl:l ,'" The-significant/ voice of the Treat houses in south Florida cities and I W. MYERS, WANTED. -Orders for cypress fieldboxes. '1
dentists, who for the I form vaudeville road show and : Prices right Oscoela Lum-
a ,
picture
la"1< six weeks1has Public
(' | :my:/ weu.'inn red ribbon romies:I ; centers" where this picture has a showing Notary ,
, been vlttitliiK h'" famly at Miami.I 11. Ihe : 'tlers: cf IJtlU! ucarliiKwh'le speaks volumes for this production circuit. The main office of the for Van Duren Co., Mich. ber A Furniture Co. ,.29-tf .'

returned to St. Cloud Monday morn I 1 i iluhon I the settlers I of I lilil.1 Which ).(>,'om(>s a phenomenal attraction company will be located here permanently -I Ir"---fDr. STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 "i

ing. I wearinK lilue ribbon! ; 1C, the set, tiers wherever presented. :'The and not moved to Tampa us r Hllmrr 4t Co.HUnchnmto for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.60. .
J. E. Ginger of Greenland J. {'nlo.j I of I 191-: wearliiK red whlteaml: I blue Spoilers" is as virile and as rc
; arrived Monday to spend a few r.bbons) ; 17, the settlero. of I 1913.wearlnR : a romance as soy that hasappeared Clyl'Il MOVESlN'O 10 to 15 cents each. John Light- '1
Prov.'h Will Do
month. in St. C'oud. Mr. G n/{er, 1,1 I red. white and blue ribbons in the American class during NEW t Swamp-Root foot, E. Chattanooga, Tenn. 48 tf *
yi'AKTKKHR For You.
p" well pleased with the Wonder ( lIy 1 R. the settlers of 1 i114.1 the (decade. It has been visualized -
wearing: red
; i I A. !Rnyder who short time Send Dr. Kilmer & Co.
to
and will a ago ten cents : FOR KENT 8-r.
probably residence
come back next in stunning fashion om furnished
reflecting
white and blue rlhlJo: :: 19, llout,
j Winter to make h's ; bought I the Itutler Pr."lnCluh.. has I BII1 hamton, N. Y., for a sample size 115 5-room
iir; home I $10 I
here. I "Our First IN-shlent Pastor. Hev. J iinon the astuteness of its proprietor. I I ; ; 6-roora
1ti ,. M. Sbepardson moved the plant from Its old location bottle. It will convince anyone. Yev $*. ):. E.: Wens real and
and estate insurance
George Standish I Ill.) VeKlrott. I ; 21 float, "Our First Wm. N. Selifr, and the deep: live sympathetic ;
en Droad to 11 Darlington' avenue will afso receive booklet of valuable
way a
1 of 202 .
Bread.ay.TOMATO
Jamestown N. Y., arrived sense of its ( oljnCampbell.
school house 22 MHBOIIS and /Ka.itern .- producer
. Friday ; whore fu will do general cleaning -I information about the kidneys andbladder.
evening to spend a few weeks :-1lal" 23: float "()lIr First Jtak- as well as in the vigorousand ,:
1. at the Wonder ; dy'ng and repairing of men's andWOI1Wn'K When writing, be sure and PLANTS-For sale 6,000-
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City. responsive action of William Far-
cry, Johnson Making company ; 24, garments. mention the Kissimmee Valley Ga- 000 Livingston's Globe
,
Mrs. Pearl Taylor, of num and all the other artists enlisted grown on 1
Tenn. Chattanooga. Mayor and city officials; 25, automobiles I The name of ths business has been zette. Regular fifty-cent and one- virgin soil. $1.26 per M.; also headquarters ',
returned to St. Cloud to make it a star cast extraordinary.
three months' after a ; 26. advertising KIIKOIIH "of. I the changed; to tbe KlBshnmee Dry Cleaning i dollar sizfe bottles for sale at all drug for sweet potato slips. J.K. I)) /
(C Is well absence. Mm. Taylor I different' firms 'n town ; 27, W. H. C. FRED EI.MORE PLEASES and Pressing Works. stores. T-4t Davis, Bartow, Fla. 5-5tpd
very pleased with St. Cloud J Fife and Drum corps. I I .
; =and will probably remain this time AUDIENCE AT CASINO ,
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f as a permanent .
renldent.M. I Oak ( G. Townsend
of
pI Emerald
N'b.I I
pleased Thursday night by
p-rently
: Is among the late arrivals 11 Hi a. m.F.XP rlence moi-ttng I
many and
the fine vaudeville numbers which .
I. glad to escape the cold of Nebras by the earliest net I lre.I given in addition to the pictures. D:: Anyone ordering a Suit of Clothes from me NOW will get them i'
were
'. Maine ka. Mr.Infantry.Townsend served 1.1 the 16th 2 2 p.noon in. 'all llai-ki't to crdt-r.pinlc In park. Fred (Elmore! who has been here! this free Dressing pressed for a Period of Three Month. Free of Charge. .... ;1

week in a return date, has been much ___ ____ _ __ ,, .
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t A O. R. Whltbeck an wife, of Boons Speeches will be made by Mayor appieciat'ed for his comedy work.Frank -= = == = c = = = -- '

Iowa arrived Friday evening to 1 Smith 'or the city Hev. J. 11. \Wstexitt W Verrier furnished a most
'., _)1 spend a few,*eek at St. Cloud and I for the churches J. W. Squires' To AH :--;
,A-.J. are favorably Impreased with fop. the citizens. Mr. King for the real -- ---- -

.' : t dt). our// estate men, and Copt. Farris for the g Notice YouNoLD
4 '"_ 'E. S. Cortes, of Atlantic City, comrades. I

v J.,. arrived last week to pend the remalclng Musical a..le'tlon" wllll bo Interspersed NOTICE if;f
,, '.1 : part of *he winter at the II between numbers aso songs I and "

) -Flemlnghurst. and recitations. Guests will be present TO I '
",n Joseph: L. Corgleton, wife,. daughter from all over the state. It la ex MIDDLE AGED MEN .
ic. and grandson, of Colllngodale pected. Automobile Owners )
Pa.- arrived 'ast week and 'are guests \ -
Quite a number of our young peo-
at. the Flemlnghurst..George \
went In launches over to Runny-
E. 'James, of Cleveland, 0., pe mede on Thursday to a dance given Kepalrrr of automobile casingswill
'who nlve4 In, Bt. Cloud Saturday lie at Much IlfoM.' tfarage on next
by Mr. Fred hilt at the lake pav'llion. -
"; evening' said he left Cleveland with Monday: February 8th, 1OIS.Ilepnlrs .
e zero weather..' Mr. James will be in rlm-cuU, Wow-orits or Spring and Summer < ,4
8' St. Cloud for a *ew months after Mrs. Llda Moslier has returned other defects In cmslngs at less titan .
which be will tour Florida. from a trip to Miami and Palm half lie price of having them vul-

1 ', 8t Cloud people who were fl"Uf'.IR i Reach. ..aub..,,..
at Mrs: J. D. Woodbeck's party in Col. D. 1_. Rice !Marie Kloe and ,

.' Klsalmmee Tuesday were Mr.. j. I Miss Elsie Stuart took a trip to Daytona I -
v, Ferguson. *s. O. Clark, Mrs. p. H'I I by auto Saturday and remained i
.Morgan, Mr*. Ed. Ely, Mrs. 1<;(1. on the east roust until Tutwday. Cures DDT Sores Other Rsmadtot Wot Cure.I Royal Styles

I!* ,* George.: Mrs. Ferguson won the 1J 'I Comrade Ilradbury and wife of The worvt c&*e_,no.matter of horlooff...udla. I
lire cured by the woHdfHul old reliable DC
$ j u! .ue ts' first prize. All report a very Pittsburg Pa., are late arrlva's at I iorter. Antiiieptic Healing Oil. It
enjoyable time. the New St. Cloud. I'.iu und lIea.a l at the ias time. 25c,:relie""l: >
.r J. H. Rowland of Henderson. Ky.. I j1

I Will arrive$ Wednesdal evening to I It 1' .. -' j ;. \
ARE HERE
Spend ,two Weeks with his wife and ; .
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little so*, who are spending the wln-
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,, ''C( ter with Mrs. Rowlands' aunt and = - --- 0= = -: =-- -- --- IL iIr
uncle. Mrs. J. H. Fergunn. _
:, ,Mrs. Trover and daughter of Heaver : I have now on exhibition in my j .t

Falls Pa., arrived Tuesday evenIng FeDjxje

., a to spend ten days In our.Wonder cleaning and pressing establish-

City. Mrs. Trover and daughter ara ..
,
cues friends: on of Carolina Mr. and avenue.Mrs. Will Fran- ment a large and complete lot of ',

.:. Mrs. W. S. Alton: of Vlctor'a 11.., Display Lengths in the latest '
'r
.. among tbe late arrivals and in

'much pleased with St. Cloud. All Star WeekDon't Miss It and classiest up-to-the-minute

Mrs. Maud Wilson and Miss. Clara ,,
_ .' Davis o* Bprlnghlll Kanii., who have .

i 'been left Thursday spending evening sime time to In spend St Clouu some% MONDAY and TUESDAY Spring and Summer Fabrics '; '

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time at Miami.
\ E. S' RETUltN ENGAGEMENT OF I l.
: Senator A. Donegan was .a
?? 4 Cloud visitor on'8aturday. These patterns are positively the finest ever placed on
'. ;Mr. and MeL Bartlette of New
*' ''York.' arrived op Wednesday and w'M i I sale in this \
I .remain the rest of the winter. They John and Billy MorrisAnd city. Don't take my word for it. Just come
,''are guests at the New England House in and examine them. I want you to do this. I want Made to your measure. ;Ii ,

? I on Penn ylvllnht avenue. you to take some of these Royal Tailor lengths, throw A legal guarantee with each gar ,

; 'Mrt: K. C. McKoy and daughter.; them over your shoulder, or arm, and see for yourself' meJnoto'P

Gertrude. of Mllford Michigan, spent their Appalachian Girls just how a complete suit will look. Then don't forget that Cost p r cent, process: shrunk

n., "Tuesday In St. Cloud, but will go to .. give the regular Royal Guarantee with suit. no more than ready-madea. i
you every All PURE
WOOL. We offer
Daytona to spend some time before $1.00
,returning to tbe'r northern home. 10 and 20 CENTSEXTRA Come In and see these New Spring a thread for every cotton thread found ''

'Mr.*John W. Hoover of Lancaster.Pa and Summer Samples. Exclusive iplO tO $35 in A a ROYAL TAILOR SUJT. '

.,, is the guest for a few days of Weaves, at from only it positive fit, not only when you ,
but
b ,Mr. ,and Mrs O. W. Daugberty. Mr. get a fit until worn out. '

Hoover1 will visit a brother In Game..1 .- - Linings guaranteed to last as long

,1'UlehFJa., before returning home. You Get this Royal Guarantee 'I,, aa garments-(if they don't they will

.1.' :Mr an4'Mn. W. H. WhHesldes. of with Every Suit be relined. free of charge.
.
Cordova, 111., arrived Thursday evening Six: day schedule deliveries. '
to apend a few weeks In St. C.oud. -

.Mr.'Whltesldes served la the 2nd U. .

; .8.. Artillery. Co. M. Our Cleaning Department ,
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: i Mrs.'A.W.! Davenport of Louis- ,

< '.UJe.N.Y'. Is visiting, her,uncle'and '' We have Just installed a new steam dryer. This will'enable us to clean and "
; ,aunt. Mt'v and .M.... II. .H.. Williams Wednesday The Spoilers"Feat1lr gardless of weather conditions. You'll be perfectly proud of your Suit, Waist or Gown press your after suit It has re '

: 'on, Pennsylvania avenue. Mra:Day- passed through our hands and received the magic touch that makes It look equally as good ala .
- nport expects to remain top the w.lnfters nlr garment. We are expert cleaners and dyers and clean the most delicate fabrics. Let ..
d.lllhted..ltb soiled suit N 0 ... us call for that
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