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 12, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00685
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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OF TRADE'AND ITS FUTURE'ACnVITT-WILL HOLD ROUSING '.1.%'

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.MANY"CONTRACTS LET FOR CON. TROUBLE IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A BIG MASS MEETING NEXT THURSDAY. .

1 STRUCTION WORK-EIGHTEEN ORIGINATED OVER DOMESTIC YOU ARE EXPECTED ,TO BE THERE.
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DIFFICULTIES; A CORONER'S
BEEN FORMED DURING WEEK YaS ,JURY FREES BROWN. There will be citizens\ mats meeting next Thursday .f

Columbus Ga. Feb. 12.The Industrial February 18, in '''the Makinson Hall on Broadway M,,
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Index says in its issue for this Johnson and Dan Brown for ShiQre The purpose of the meeting it to reorganize the Kisumme j

week: ( than a year culminated In a tragedy Board of Trade and to elect'officer for the coming year i

"The southeast is busy, and happyon last Saturday-afternoon when Brown All citizens are urged to be present The band will beat +
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the way to great prosperity."An snot and killed Johnson on a public the meeting'' and there will be ..,
election will be held upon the street In this city, after tin latter plenty of good _.!,aDd;,:
Issuance of $1.000,000 of bonds by the had called him out of his plat ofbusiness good speeches. The. speakers wiU point# out why every M
county special tax school district in FERRIS. KEITH CRAIG VAIL and attacked him. ; citizen who is interested in the growth of Kissimme should-
which Jacksnville, Fla., is located for The>18-tha-old son of George S. Age 4 moot hi; con of Mr. and Mr*. Thioe become
bullets an active member of the Board '
the erection and improving of school Millard. 810 Hnghey street dareac VaIL were fired into Johnson's of Trade. Be sure
'buildings. body from a pistol and close range to come. The tiM b ned nllfl 7. Watch fer'dre.larg .'

"Savannah, Ga.. has sold $200,000 of and he dropped dead instantly Examination aaaeudag the ....... The place b Malone HaJL Show 5"*,

municipal improvement bonds at prices showed that one shot I your patriotism for your home town by being then I I'
higher than have been received for MAN AND WOMAN JAILED ON pierced the shoulder and two entered r Bring'your ,. "
friends. Let's make it ;
municipal bonds. In any part of the the heart. one big smashing.meeting.., .
country for several months. The shooting occurred shortly after -"-

New Courthouse."A S o'clock last Saturday afternoonon At a largely attended meeting of Mr. Prentis moved that the' board,
contract has been awarded for CHARGE BROUGHT BY HUSBANDAfter Clyde avenue almost directly In the leading business men of the city I send a request to all the ministers or
the construction of a courthouse for front of the Hudson Baas store. called Thursday night to discuss boardof the cltr- to preach sermons, at their
Palm Beach county, Florida, at a. cost Brown's place of business Is next trade matters) and to decide what convenience' on civic duty and Its relation
ref about 1125.000."A door to the Bass store and according4o the board was to play ,to the progress' r of the city
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contract has been awarded for following his wife and an- the woman and am her best friend. witnesses of the affair Johnson building1 of the cftv., itawas'drcided The motion paned ,and Mr.' Lawler. '
.::A.." the erection in Atlanta, Ga., of a five- other Man for four weeks through the Why she would do such a thing I don't Called Brown out on the street started to call a citizens'. mesa meet: stated that be would be glad to comply ->
story office building to cost $800.000. entire state of Florida, always just a know, for I don't think she loves the a quarrel and begun a flit fight. ing for next Thursday In'' Maklnson's' with the board's request Sunday,
"Five flour mills will be established little behind them and without sufficient man.'' Brown carried a small pistol in h1llocket hall for the purpose of infusing new night He invited all member of the
in different cities of the southeast, : and drew It and fired afterpeing life into the board and to elect
evidence to cause their arrest, De Larocque is thirty-two and an board -as well aa all citizens to bo-
., indicating the largely increased acre- Louis de Larocque, an actor of New American, though born of French pa- attacked. A coroner'i jury, cers for the coming year. Ofrl.1\ present, at'that time. .' .
age devoted to the growing of wheat. York, had his wife and a man by the rents. He has traveled extensively in empaneled later the same evening The meeting last night was in After Local '"Knocker.*
"Among the items of construction name of Walter Smith, lodged In jail Europe and is well known professionSlly called it justifiable homicide and nature of an informal "get together I One .of.1! the local'real; estate 'men,
0 work to be done. as reported this week here on a charge of adultery. "The I in New York and Boston. His Brown, who had been arrested mean- supper" with sandwiches and coffee was severely criticised. for his "knock', .
are: trouble started last November," states wile is .twenty-eight and of Hrhlle. was set free. for the. inner man. After ,the sup Ing. methods." An affidavit,wa read
"Apartment house, Savannah, Ga.; de Larocque, "when I found she had nent-family near Knoxville, Tenn i* From all reports it appears that per everybody was invited to give their! In which one;of the ,city's new:dti.' f
church building Linden, Ala.; bank another husband besides myself. I man she was traveling with is named the tragedy WWtWresutr-ot.domes- opinions as to how the board;can best! ens 'eaid"that'this, realuestate" man
building, Kenansville, Fla.; postoffice' left her at Willston Fla., while I wentto Walter -Smith and was formerly an tic dlfficu'tles of several ;; months serve the interests of the city and i told hi. prospect that the land In Osceola -' y '
building. West Palm'Beach, Fla.; hotel Jacksonville get work. She pro- employee in a carnival. standing.. Johnson and his wife have the beat way to go about it. ,icounty wouldn't,grow anything,
buildins-, Clanton Ala.; factory mised to go to her home near Knox- Neither would make any statement been living apart for some time and Stanford First Speaker.1' that' all the business men in. Klssim,
buildings roads Vienna and Waynesboro. ville and get a divorce in order that when seen in jail here, other than at the time of the shooting she was Mr. H. C. Stanford was the lint mee were "crooks*And that there was
Ga.; and bridges, Putnam coun-. we might be remarried. Four week. that the woman stated she was not suing him for divorce* Brown bad speaker of the evening. He stated "no.;,board of trad.It,.was ,also #
ty Florida" ; sewer and water .ys'Walter.boro ago friends told me she was still in sorry for what she had done and that appeared as a witness for her In the that for some time the,board of trade stated that while he did business her .
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; Clearwater, ; city.hall Fla. Florida living with another man and she bore de Larocqpe no grudge. De divorce eult'on the day. of, the tragedy had not been very active and that as he motored all 'hi.' roapeeta up into r
*1)e) remodeled, ; ware- supporting him. I have been hunting Larocque left Tuesday for Jackson- and It is thought. that this was result of this lethargy the city was Orange county. J
Fla. Construction .
,louse, Daytona, them since then. But I still love the ville. the cause of, the' quarrel andJohn, not as prosperous aa.it had a natural The board in all probability';
have beed! awarded fol- "
contracts Ben Hill ,as Geor- little girl. I have ever since I met son's attack on bins, ,11.. right to be.. The speaker said that no "take some, action' to cst' rid of f''
lowt Bridge county :
-'Alcorn county, Mississippi her, and always will and after she is Johnson, was.43...years old and 'bad city ever stands still that it either goes unde.lrabledtben.. ; 1 A
drainage ,
i gia; factory bultdin ..' MaCOn and punished will marry her again and. HUNTER LANDCO.'S resided to .to!*Vcmmty, all ,'his life. forward -or. backward ''and that he last This rousing rally .hleh'waa' wI11/ ;
; lake her to little home and tenderly night, I* assurance that the /
Rome Ga. school, building, Pniellas. a care He leaves two children,.Uter and wanted Kissimmee to go forward. He
county,; Florida| ; and water. for her," said d* Larocque. two broth.....* Since his trouble with urged every businessman to get behind time. boosting spirit, of .. '"i,
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; his wife has been the board and subport It, \ .i..
works system and electric light plant, Woman Sold Subscriptions, r hel' living wltb & pointing planned and carried out for .
Bay:Minette Ala; ..pavingF Tampa A week ago the man and woman EXHIBIT brother at.Shingle Creek and his out the many things an active year, looking toward the further de )'''
.' Fla.; ,railroad .extension in southern arrived here from Fla., and remain were Interred Inithe, ShlngeCreek board of trade can do for. a city He velopment of the city and "..' 't'
Orlandoi
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said that he was willing to do-all in 'I;
Georgia; warehouse, Macon Ga. engaged a.reom at boarding cemetery Sunday. the line. already proven ,to tub "
New, Industrial Plants. house. The woman solicited subscriptions Brown Is aweD, known butcher of his power both financially and other stantial and satisfactory. be 'i", -\
"Industrial plants will be established for a magazine. They left after AT ORLANDO FAIR ADVERTISES this city and baa a family also.A wise- to carry on the work because he ,'
as follows: being here four days. The follow- PRODUCTS GROWN ON OSCEO number of "pJ.- were on ,,the considered that it would be a calamity -
"Culvert factory, Columbus, Miss.: ing day a man, giving his name as LA COUNTY PRAIRIE SOIL; BIG street In.the vicinity of the shootlni for the business men of the city DISTRICT I MEETiHG.OF
crate factory Dade City, Fla.: ice andcold Louis de Larocque, and residence as VARIETY IN DISPLAY. Saturday afternoon and witnessedthe to allow the board to disband. I ,
storage plant, Thomasville, Ga.; Jacksonville, appeared and stated that tragedy. Those who testified attn Donegal Urges) Tourists Halt
he was the woman's husband and Among the exhibits at the Sub- coroner's Jury were A. B.* 8ul- Mr. Stanford was followed by Sen : MINISTERS HELD HERE r

ry. ought the arrest of the couple. He Tropical Mtd-Wlirter fair in Orlando i.van, W. L. Sullivan, Oeo. Brown, ator A. E. Donegan.who said that the ,. . .tf ;
tory, Ocala, Fla.: flour mill, CelumP appealed to the sheriff and traces of this week the Hunter Land Company's (son of Dan Brown), Roy Bronson.J. Kissimmee Board of.Trade was no exception -, q,' ' l
i- '1IUI, Mi*.; Dublin, Gough and Way- the pair were sought. Tuesday they la display of products grown on Osceo- R. Base W. H. Yates and: John or'no different from all other The Orlando District Preachers'.' Institute , .
IV neaboro. Ga., and Marion Ala.; paint were arrested at Tavarea, Fla., and county soil is attracting a great Forrest. The Jnrors'were John Me- boards in all other cities; that eyery ope ed,.ia'Kissimmee Metho.JJ" .; .' ,
.,;;.;.factory, Waycross, Ga. brought here and lodged in the coun- is deal of attention from visitors and Phatter, W. A. Smith J/ C. Roberts, board of trade has 1U active time dist church last Monday night with :f
y.$>- -- -"Eighteen corporations have been ty jail. A preliminary trial wa waiv- publicity.giving the The county exhibit some includes enviable C. F. Prevatt 3. ,lI;. Lupfer and J. 3, when it will be wideawake, hustlingand the following pastors. from' the di*. r
". ){"formed: with minimum capital stock ed and they are awaiting trial at the some Rogers. The inquest Was held In doing things. Then there always present P
... a reaaUne $257,000. A bank has circuit court on a charge of adultery.De fine specimens of Natal, Rhodes and coroner Bullock' office. come a time when the members ".8. Ilardin. ....aldbl.. .Id.ri M : :
: beea orcanl zed at Kenan.ville, Fla." Larocque stated that he is the Para grasses Jap cane, bamboo cane, the board lose_interest> .and are not soactive. :' ;-;- .
woman's third or fourth husband and kaffir corn, dasheen, corn, etc.<< A CALENDAR Mr. Donegan .said that'.the Barest'rick,' ; .
COPY OF OLD ,
that she i. at present married to another large variety: of vegetables are shown Kissimmee board was handicapped because son. C. E. duthrldge,.W. S. Strick-- ;:. '
BROUGHT IN BY READER
I'l+1 TO BRING BELGIANS man named Barnett of Nash also, including particularly fine tomatoes it had no funds-and urged the land. Visiting ministsrs, were J. 'J.1 t/

\ ville. He says be was married to the limes, peppers, and celery and the T. J. Miiell. 'a reader of the Ca. formation a, business organisation Bell of Bartow; Dr.'D.' woman, whose real Miss grapefruit and oranges of the which would conduct the affairs in abusinessIlk. editor of
name the
AS SETTLERS? was ette, ha furnished the paper with a Christian Advocate: ; and ,
: HERE Clantie Coward and home at Powell display Another are a delight to the eye.of calendar of 1MB, which was issued by manner. He further said A. H. Cole,, Sunday school.. : a.r"
interesting feature the
.. station, eleven miles from Knoxville, exhibit The Tallahassee Sentinel In that year that there was no good reason why agent. < ; -. ,-) _
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1 1 '1;. ., M. Cfcapta. representing the Tenn., at Canton, O last May. After and specimens a growing of the eucalyptus wood both tree in and which advertised the Sentinel a* every business house in the city should'I J. F: B.11.preached Monday' t."
she is tried here sins, will not bold membership in the board The *
doubtbe Institute
? Settlement and Development no natural the tate official paper .f that,time. opened,Tuesday at J
Southern state and finished
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nlaation of Baltimore, was, In the taken to Ohio on a charge of All of The Sentinel was a. republican journal and,;that on. .of .the.!nt things theboard'needed 'I m" when the various topic of emrekr.
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thenproduct. and the .
numerous
bigamy De Larocqae i* a theatricalman in the was-a .\ activity,, revival,
M"cltyTueday eonferring witiv Mr. An- others shown in the published tato eapltal'an; j that board meetings.mUeienary* t1
displaywere .
i __ dn. Van der Meersch regarding the well known in New York where grown on the Hunter Land in the year,'of 1M 'WM adrertiaeda Mr. Doriegan suggested the work.ftnancl&l problem, .ete, _........
y bringing of a.colony of Belgtanhin-! be ha lived for year. Last fall he Company:!* farm on the Kisslmmes the largest paper In Florida. A secure a large room or"tourist hall I' taken up and fresh diacaaeed hy,thoee'
m. *' Ule* to this section a* settlers.:v Mr.Chattto located Jacksonville, acting to a I prairie and conclusively what part of the advertisement says: which should be fitted up. aa penuoDent : la attendance. 3. W. Stnbb preached '
here .tan. studio of a motion picture company prove "The Sentinel is acknowledged'by headquarters for the secretary m..'.Ta Ley '
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plans :can be raised on. the prairie soil of atilt WednesdaJ'mora
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furtherMcniaer and working-if a printing concern. and as a resting place > :tsarist The : '
'J .arly ute to the Osceola county. H. E. Swabey is tocharge all to be the leading journal-of the I I d
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For th* past four weeka.Ji bas been of the exhibit and is state. It contain a large amount of The place should contain a permanent sermon,wa delivered b7t ,-,H. Baiw.,
supplied .
I InaI The plan 'a*_proposed by. Mr. ChaWrcomw. through his .'.wife and the other man with all data concerning ,reading matter each week, comprising exhibit of what Is raI.-cIln the-cocoty. nett., .:; ">.J": .. .,
.. ,7s to give such aetUer the-state. De Larocque.states the growing necessary of the to foreign and home new, political and this to be supplemented.with pho. It was's'pleaea ,'profitable gatli.erlng'of .'
so as
,\ farm two acre of that his great love for the woman is furnish inquirer with product Informa- general new*, and'carefully selected tographs'of, cattle and ranch aoenea, the*minister ,and,th* .. -
''thlchistoJbedearJ for him a house what is causing him to prosecute her. tion they desire about any the agricultural miscellany. IU agricultural depart- etc. that'the' vieee were attended by many.. local
: built, farming implemento. f rni.hocL'etc. "t love her, always. have,since I met possibilities of the county ment will receive special attention. It ). W. Thompson'suggested, ehnreh people.TbeMnlnlster' ..... _
He would b. allowed period of ber and always will.; After she i. Osceola ha official will be found 'a welcome, visitor in tourists halKbe supplied with table entertained In Kisilmmee hone) and. '. ,

fMreral year. to pay for the land and 'punished" I think. she will be a better .,t the county fair this year. no but a num-exhibit every family.. Being the state offi for writing be furnished letters and for that of checkerboards tour- wen much pleased with the city' ;
its clearance and In order to woman. dalpaper all law proclamations.and use i
ber in the
.complete stem the families over the first year Married) to Canton. of making private, parties The Hunter countyare official advertisements! are publishedIn tot*. He also urged the board to secure -CLEAN SWEEP-'SALK .
"I first met her," resumed "a displays. several Iota to be laid off aa croquet STARTS .
amallcuh loan would be allowed hev. Land Company went to a big its columns. It is indispensable to TOMORROW 11':_
a expensein
each.one. year ago in Tennessee -when I was order to have their exhibit so complete all who wish to keep posted as to the courts for the pleasure of the (SATURDAYHORNINQ iBeginning'
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... Van derMeerechseendoareemehtooflt6 traveling with the' Tropical Amusement and to get the produce to Orlando doings at'the capitaL ., tourl.ts.- . ::;:: ;' '
'" plan but company. She Joined the com- In first class shape. Lawler Suggest suggested I temOrroir; '(Saturday) 1i;
-r., Van der Meersch is 'con.iderlne'"tbe any- and we became--friends. I asked EX-GOV. GLENN T(,) SPEAK 1- Rev. S. W. Lawler the morning at 8:80 ,.o'clockthe Dollar
matter carefully before approving her to be my wife and we were mar .0..0........ HERE NEXT WEDNESDAY .. meteing" i idea. He said that Limit store will begin a -record-break' '. ... ,
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it.. .H* ,My tbat'-the plan bas bothcoocI ried at Canton last May. 1,loved her board will nee be a-great'success Ing "clean sweep*:sale The store;; i. '. ,," .
'\ and bad point and h.,i..not at and thought- she loved me. We went TRUCK GROWERS MEET Ex-Governor Glenn of North Carolina : until it enlist* the citizenship of has been filled to the top with appro-, ih
with another and to is booked to Kissimmee the town. He said he believed that if article ,
all sure it. would I be wise to bring company came SATURDAY. priato for 'every member ''of d."t
; tranded Belgian families here, now Florida., AtWin.ton last November 0 Wednesday night, February 17. At the every citizen who own property toKissimme the family, and they are'olng to be :I!;
'when they are being temporarily car4.d I discovered through Borne letters from o> The Osceola County Fruit and Methodist vhurch, at 3 o'clock, after could be interested into, lit placed on sal at greatly-- reduced,
for by thO' British government and her lawyer'to Knoxville that she was O Truck Growers' association have the regular prayer meeting,"en the Vould" put a more general interest price /, .'
after'L ,tbe',.Wai' .will 7pref?'to'return married to another.juan.. I could not a regular meeting,scheduled for livest question of the day. He I" a the board of trade and the way to Th. manager of the-'store, ;i 0.,' W,
4 : lead'double life if the world 1 of of character get him interested i* to get him to a PSl"lOa..baa .
1 BetgiOJD.aid rebuild their home. even Saturday morning'February'18': e> man ; greatstrength arranged to-give away. "
:,I.! :: .. never knew *o I went t* Jacksonville I. at,9:80: o'clock.to-the city halt *':and In deepest earnestness: .In his meeting fI" ran;.'.. ... II. II It.. ....... and she promised to go Borne, and get .'A: full, attendance< the mem,* I work. ..He ought to have a large and what the board doe for, him. Mr.' .hopperand it will pa'eftl'7of :rt*
.f ...,. NOTICE TO .VOTER&o.1't.- .. .; >' ;. a di"oroe.1 supporting her during thewltile..When O hen Is desired.- '" ;' ,* Intelligent ,bearing 'from all,sections Lawler-said that.the time to prepare Chi paper,to bier aeV
; the divorce wa secured .. . IJLI. of the '.H. speak in the Interest for the great influx of people who 'to.thi IMU of theisL \Y7i
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A rt i l$; is sheOday ..>would b*<;'married1 again,: v> M MM. *.Me*.*.e.eO! M. of temperance and were sure tow right' after' the 'and It on page.two.,:' .. ,-,:.- r .
... O1Iwbieh..to'payour V "Four.week* ago> friendJiold *" ,under the auspice of the AntiSalooniegos. war wa now and h* concluded with ,'"
Lax..tm'order'to'' for my. wife wee *tUl-ta Flor a andUvJftjr wall Dr.'and'Mr*.'Moyer.' Mr.'and ,-Iri.haaee.eo'u1 : . "" ' aa appeal to every."dti**n. to. ,believe .t tM
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C :B .T r ': UTTERS: UNCLAIMED Son Blffhth, *."R..tr;,*Thrall..ti Tlim.r I'MlM BUM JoMleo.;;' T_. Iii U Sera W; No- .'21, Pythian 'Sbt.ers, ''do hereby: the local-'paper for publication, and 'Children's' Cough Children' Colds- :..
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> >r iv i MMft.. adopt the followingresolutions Serious.When 'r
i Af ; Wayne ; ilther.eeen : spread upon the minutes of the t m- Both Are
/ ; AT' THE: POSTOfflCE .. Jtattlej William.. Ne..a; T&yUr. Resolved first,.That we'feel In,this pIe. PEARLIE BRYAN ,". .

__ HALL:BEADY/.FOR dSE : K.I..r1 'B. B.;' SIMPSON Postmaster stained: an'.Irreparabler. Ellis"has MAUDE ROBERTA: THOMAS RIVER,, ,one of your little ones'shows. '::
.r : loss, and
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:. """ :i P1o ioaon Defhg' -.'Ki.. m...... FU. >.!>. 1. 1WI.A RESOLUTIONS., that ,we extend to her our sincere symptoms of an approaching; Cold,.
inad.'it .
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v rtl | n.c for the two weeks The resolutions antipathy: } rive It Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey: ; : :1;
\ =nstq'-.u are'DOW"abc ut .,. &- 4111d" February It, lilt: I following were unanimously and prevenU
adwtft h them,the buUdlDII bu .'Ab.iMrs. adopted by: the Pythian Sister , 'Resolved second That'we hope she FOR MRS. IJVING8TON once. It ads quickly, ,'!
;t, tbwlb.r .,. 'Itarn. Xn. .fl..t Aihmora K. :K. I of Kitsimmee temple No. 211 may find comfort in this dark hour the Cold growingworse. Very healIng .
addedadvaatagea; Ella L W.j :, 1.
,1' tor ; Dron.on..MFa. the-
\ of Mrs: Livingston of Jacksonville the Lungs, loosens
.. l societies B'w UHm-Alfred} Brown MrL Hattl; Whereas, our Heavenly Father, in' affliction and that we commend her -soothes
The' vs>M* bea44"rti CaI'Ye'l...... J. U.: Currl.. Clarance; 11.wry. His infinite wisdom bas removed from' to the tender mercy: of Him who doeth who Is visiting; Mr. .and Mrs. O. C. mucous, strengthens the system. It's.,
= : Improvement la- Ma", lIS.; Ptrrj. Lewis Flut. at Drug '
an 25c.
from this earth the father of things well.Resolved Only : your I J
.. guaranteed.
: our esteemed
u- J banquet .;om and kitchen In Mrs. Etta: ; Promsott J. B.; BrhaV &. M!'.. Mrs. Livingston was the guest of honorat 7rBucklen's
,: -i i t**' second floor to be ChM.; Horlo; Mr*. Maria; Smith. Mr.. sister, T. W. Ellis, we-I third That a copy of these a luncheon given Wednesday by gist. Buy a bottle today. r"
used
; the .. for Sores.
by Salve
Ca\tie Thompson M'' tb. .members Kissimmee
; MatKl Arnica
lbdgs ,.tor".octal alf&1ra ao that the ; Thomp- 'qf temple resolutions be sent to Sister Ellis, to Mr. and Mrs" Andre Van der Meerach. : .,;

,' w.'toomll'Jllay. '! be reserved, ex- ,
f,. \ dsletvelr'.tor;' ; businessmeetings' and
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eeremonuu.+ .
; The banquet room .it.' directv
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tfc ',tcroce the,bail from,,the city council ,
______ P ,,OT amber, ,occupying the -apace for5.rIr.Mlt -
( up Into three ofnc rooms. .
I It U large and alpy, and is admirably' It will '\
adapted,for the use 't w'll be put to Read-
The board< of Directors of the half{
bate the of the meandollars think- "
use > banquet room and hOLLAA ii
kitchen whenever Convenient, a small I

f. rental! ,being- , the one -coneideratlpny act


.."rDRAINAGE: : SURVEY AT in your and


a TAFT, BEGINS, MARCH 1 1At pocket profit !


I a meeting: of the Taft drainage
district supervisors held February 6
In the offices of their attorneys, Davis
and Jiles, bf Orlando, it was decided S
t to award the contract for the survey!
et of the district to R. II. Ludlam of thin CLEAN SWEEP
I
0' .
city Mr. Ludlam's work as an enginer \-
will call for a finished survey and
:L f the preparation of all necessary data
r to be submitted to the contractors!
and alto includes a general mipervU
( Ion of the work in its entirety. A
'P ; meeting will be called in u few days
to make special assessment.* on the I
+ land In the drainage district preparatory
I- j to starting the Work. The en
,+ i gineer will start his work not later
than March 1 and at the completion
+ of his survey data will ho sent out to
c contractors for imrwdiaU- bids It
ip Is the intention of the supervisors U -V
''y hurry the work as'much ns possible.
At this meeting also it was deridedto ) ,
make the Citizens Bank of Kihsmt-
I. lace, the depository for the drainage
project. At the next meeting tress
4i'a rarer will be elected and placed under
y ,'" bond. J. D. Clark, president; M. M.
l ,,, Miller, D. B. Spahler and F. H. llurY -
rington secretary were present at
'a l e' this meeting.

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COUNTRY CLUB OPENs
t FOR REMAINDER OF SEASON

/ "t J. D. Clark secretary and trcas
rarer of the Golf and Country club,
t stated this week that the clubhouse ENTIRE STOCK
k THROWN
t ,' Will be open from now on throughout ON MARKET
,y ;, the season as Mrs. Smith wife .
of the manager of the club has entirely ..
: recovered from her recent illness -
,
r and can again supervise the ca- ,
'tering, etc The several committeesof
the club have been asked to assist
", in the planning of affairs for the SALE STARTS SATURDAY MORNING
entertainment of members and th\-sir
a rfriends, who will doubtless take advantage .
M of the opportunity the club ,. .
) b affords for delightful dinner parties,
dances etc. The clubhouse is aChannlng
t : place to entertain and the
affairs given this last season added nIz'
't greatly to the gayety of the social.
Ott life of,the city ..


:KEY i' LEAGUE TO BE FEBRUARY 13 8 .. '


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j lir.Loulae." :'i: ORGANIZED, -Richey- -'-- --',national HERE"Win 'I uIu t '

and .: ,
y tei- Haven, F1a.;/and '
state, organiser of the Young Ladies' .:
XII.upe, was in the city Wednesday .
v Jk for a conference with the minister

and others in reference to ttv EVERYTHING MUST GO REGARDLESS OF COST
organization of a league among locnl
i young' ladies, Mrs; McKay expects to
t return'but week to begin an aofivi r

p A, .campaign'looking ottranjiatlort. herd toward and, the perfectir/j establishment :/ Kissimmee Florida.

'J The: Young eta Ladies league Key home.league is a 1 _DAYS DAYS1

: -'* .flew organization founded by Evangelist CAKE PLATE FREEWith every dollar worth
R. W. Lewis w conducted
_ "{I i.t a series of meetings here in the full of'good you get a 25c Souvenir Cake Plate FREE

:. and who interested a number of local -- ---- -
people in the matter at that time.Sint
is Is an organization advocating the

.a44-, gle standard of social purity and with Offer MenTo Offer WomenTo
-' 4 .the added purpose of making the Special to Special to
1 league home a social center for the

i young, people are officered in each community.only single The the first .JO Men inside our doors next Saturday the first 1O Women inside r doors Saturday

I,:,t.," Women No married woln ny or one will for morning, we will sell a regular 50c. pair of Silk
'- who has been married can hold an morning, we sell a regular 50c shirt only
elective office but it is expected that Stockings for only
,f+. the paTente and all others interested "
I will; become associate members and 10 Cents 10 Cents
1t ?' Icndt their' Influence 'for the good oft .
the league. As fast as the local F
) leagues are organized and are able
to do so it- is proposed that league

l Women's homes be built Christian, similar association to.the Young and II JLT ST..A.B": : : OFC: > .::T :.? ,:iCJES: : : 11"1

t! providing
I .-:. groom, music embroidery' entertainment, I ", '.", .

"-.' Booking ewing and lesions, etaMrs. ) afternoons MEN'S RIBBED UN- MEN'S HATS; value up O O MEN'S TIES; 12Sc 5 WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES; t;

\11', i . : : ) been in St. Cloud DERWEAR, SOc value-! 3 3 C to $ZL50, going at O if C value ____________ 1 C $1.50 value, --------89-c '
for the past tires weeks organizing a ___
;, J<' league there and succeeded in ar- MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS; WOMEN'S BLEACHED UNDERWEAR atWOMEN'S
i r'fanglne for a league home to be builtat ___ 39 C WOMEN'S NEWEST NECKWEAR; 25c
is 65c value, at n ____ ; 1 9 HANDKER-
f "'.,r ,-> and once.the homes Each become league their incorporated individual just received from New 2S C value, at -____________ CWOMEN'S CHIEFS; each ____________ Ic
''property.; A matron Is always in attendance MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS; York; SOc value at _

at the homes and they are $1.00 value, at ________ 19 C WAISTS; 39
C WOMEN'S WHITE FELT HATS
,, open at all times, to the members. 75c value ____________ ;

s fcND!: STOMACH TROUBLE. MEN'S SHIRTS; 29 C values BOYS' from TROUSERS 2Sc to; suet 1.00 2; to gqingat 16; WOMEN'S SILK HOSQ ?: .!:L; ___________ 49 c

1 .; L.. CASES. OR DYSPEPSIA SOc value at __________ iery; 35c value ________ 17, C .
EVERYTHING FOR THE KITCHEN,
'Ji'Pap.'e Diapepaia- make* Sick, Sour MEN'S WORK SHIRTS; LACES and INSERTIONS

I"C'; f, I Gassy: Stomachs surely feel fine SOc value, at __n_____'39 C from 1 9 Cto i CMEN'S 3 yards --_-_______--- 5 C NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT, ..

-\i' 1"4',, .In five minutes. I YOU GET IT AT COST AND BE-
'.--"I! L'"\, ; SOCKS assorted WOMEN'S GOWN ,
AGr
; BELTS ; .'

ijj"'t'';, q U,wbat'jrou stomach; or Just lies ate like is souring a lump on of colons; per pair ___________.5 C 25c values, at;-________ 1 Sc TSc' value" ; at '_ __.,,---- f ., ** LOW., 'COST. \I' . .. ,v.... .. .
&- :your I' "
f ; ItaoY refusing- to digest or you belch .t u I ., ;;,:. '"" .'1 h .: r'" '. .: 'rf''''.

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4 'FoooVor ban'a .1IDe.of.: dizziness i
t heartburn. fuUnens.'Deuau., badt *t* LyVjj -
& Sa' month and stomach-headache-you 'T !
jijLLA
[ 'can get blessed relief In five-minute*. E' LJMJT8.TO RE

-J PA* ; an. end to a. stomach. fifty-cent trouble: : ease foraverlarge of I i 'A. ;s

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l ',y ,.par* From: Ruin aridKilling I, to FIGHT BETWEEN' ':.GERMAN' TAUBE' ; .AND'' FRENCH, :'( .AERO..'' "}' L',,' I "' /8KIHG.IIIYoaca Wa.k.gaa" "T.II1J.. ZB.-Mrs.. niiIrstaaloo. Join. BsSS w


;r declared in her eroaa-bUl ia aaawerto

I:: Sees" No, Results her bnsband'a suit for divorce. that he ,
: : admitted to her'.that hi. "
blood and that h.Cold her
,londott." :" won thi s, that h. married her ia ... : '
-Ther-snlU
have war stopping, the year tOfS people/he. .
p ,alble 1Da.1n1J' the most decisive' of all pos- mar still, aeevyour Capers' hopefully; 'They .....'carrier a- d .

results for. an Immense Number: announcing that 'he left bank of the January 6, ,,1918.., Boaae !
ClC.lndlyJdual.. /Further. you have Ysjr.ls almost clear of Germans.and i fewr., ' :..' .
.
'. bullied a* ,Into poring for' the German '
you con- paper declaring that .the
t- ba: 2i;' a Very proper result and fifty meters 'of trenches lest dsy before "s Liverpool,:has contributed oat ai'

"''f' one "hleh'l1cldeDt.1lJ": proves 'that yesterday IT the Solssons dlskrlc. every fifteen of.It* population to the ,h
,f':' neutrality. ,, L'a, figment, and that no ". have been hear tally recaptured .?ircJ,'Of the -tote. Tha totel includes ;
natlan can be really neutral in a I have atilt an open mind as to 7.000 men for the new Brit*!IIy"'
i:" modern,nar.Alto. the possibility of victories under army 12.000. territorials. 'and 4J000men.
: Oermeny baa secured 'he're- modern conditions; but I am not so .,for the ..,.. ,Doctors: nurses 1 .

eulu-of her first -the conquest sure of It as I Mss In August and I and others bring I'ep the total to3 .-
'
'of;Belgium and of LJle. fie French 'eel that five or six J'ears more of 60,000.,
1Iu: :hf aleI'. tnls sort of th ng may drive me to N bas A *

i, ,,9ut ..lnce.he war has -really set ask whether the real rerult has not i I 8 s wta r, maAo 9RA $ [8W.,
tl04 down to bush 8 .. ar kyBc yW"trte t'
ss there have already been achieve, to-wit. a re- ,1 K m a M w "
been, apart from 'e constant killing uctlon ad abturduM of the military y .y 1

no< devastating no results at all. It iiie.aod of settling differences of'' 1 'pp + k a'C 4 :

:' as If the battle of Waterloo were opinion. | e4 7 R $ s' r'1 {

till raging 'with Ue: French anvanQuUhed. : Already-if I niur* be c.ndld-I < &" ,r

the Kng'lsh and Prusrlan find myself losing my romantic taste ,,
*vilutouew\ ailing! and K i.oleoq.nd far heroism an. wondering whether'

V elMl.gton sending every fortnight a little sensible co ..rdlee may Dot
tor another hundred thousand men be a necessary and beaeflclal Ingredl. STAR I IRISANEWUNEOFTIRES i
t t. be destroyed by machinery.It ent In human affairs for I am now $' e
+, seems po slbe that unless the quite persuaded that everybody. In .
ri to-called neutrai nations or possibly the world la a born hero. k
the Pope (by a bill of excommunl- Whether they are all quite fit to '

cat'on of al the combatant. until be trusted with firemarms Is another ...embodying a standard WeiuaUtr ,

they come to Cano.aa and .etUe matter which you can asks me about .. ami eerrlcw never

their differences civilly), shall Insist next year. If you like. Oa r 1 before placed In moderate

L p _-_u.-.urururllaulrlrrururl1.11s111rllrUrilr_ _.."" .._,.__..-... "...".... ..II&j '..." .... I priced berets'ttr s. "

;: GERMANY'S BLOCKADE WILL This remarkable photograph shows a French war aeroplane pursuing a. speedy German Taube the gunner. ENrZS L.d.V: r

aboard the former being in the act of firing on the foe-with a machine can. ad
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::. NOT EFFECT NEUTRAL SHIPPING I$2,000,000 An Hour Is Cost of WarThe FEARFUL BATTLE SLAUGHTER WON BY RUSSIANS IN- BIQ ..' l 'l

-- -built asxi CUARANTECD a'

London.-The British opinion of Germans with an outflanking roove- cost of the war, to date is esti- made a second war loan of twelve Petrograd. Russian 0 victory at by the) maker..f the I cassia i b

Germany's threat of a submarine I ment. Thus another great battle ef mated by Yves Guyot, eminent French thousand millions. Russian expensesare Goumine was won after seven hours the Vacuum Cup Tlree, te aasst. t y
blockade of the British Isles together I Warsaw Is on. Involving perhaps a economist, in a message to American less than Germany', but more hand to hand conflict The Germans V. C.danumd for.a tlre with .f'.
r with possible action by the United greater loss of life than any other newspapers at an average of $49,000- than France's. advanced in masses five lines deep quality pvwparUestatote 1,
: >a avaUahle
States nag Scandanavian countries conflict In the war. The Issue remains 000 a day for 183 or more than Great Britain Is the only power only to be mowed down by:: the deadly mare priee.- t,
f( Sunday was competing with the big undecided but the Russians seven billion dollars for six months to whose war expenses are constantly in:: machine guns or impaled upon the TripletreadSturdrStud
battle In Centrel Poland for first claim the initiative has passed to date.Robert creasing, because she is not only add-I bayonets of the Russians. The fighting
place In public opinion in England. them although more furious German W. Babson's estimate is ing 80,000 new soldiers a was the most terrific yet reported '
",t I The threat In Itself has In no way attacks are expected. S280,000,000 a week or exactly $40- her forces in the field but her navy in Poland. German reinforcements ,
u" disturbed the trade of this country. The more complex and. strategically 000,000 a day. Leroy Beaulieu estimates is costing a steadily! Increasing coming: up from behind pushed those Success.
$360.000,000 week $50- The current official estimateof in front into the very jaws of death rEvery
a or amount. '
Steamers are running as usual; insurance the more important struggle In
themselves latter J bike ..... siajt4
I rates remain a. usual and the Carpathians continues wIthout OOO.OOO a day as the cost. Chancellor Lloyd George i. $42- becoming victims 1
Official of David the terrific slaughter. hnew abwut the Tore*Star
,j; ship owners declared there will be any decisive turn. It appears thatin reports Lloyd 500,000 a week.
Line.
George chancellor of the exchequer of Bel Greece Itbtk.bIg.l:
Service Roumania
no change In schedules. The general the western half they appear to Holland
of M. minister of finance TURKEY MAKES c-t tin .
England Itibor all from :
and are borrowing
t belief here Is that Germany is not In have fallen back from the Lupkow '- r
for France of the Imperial Bank Italy has already issued AMENDS TO ITALY
; England a
a position to Interfere to any great and Desk id passes on prepared positions ywu ....
,
of and the German
Russia "war loan" 'of
$200,000,000 althoughshe
,,; extent with sh'pplng and the possibility where they attempting to govern- tall d
e arc
ment's official is of Rome Italy.-It is announced yew
own reports give figures not at war; the Dutch a loan that
'y+ of Germany becoming Involved stem the rush of large of actual money spent only up to Dec- $110,000,000; Canada a war loan of the Turkish authorities in Yemen have tlncpre ,
with neutral nations looms large In I' man forces. AUlltro-Ger-1 ember 1.France. $100,000,000 and a second for the given complete satisfaction to Italy

British minds. Ituiwian Itenounoe spent $855,000,000 in the same amount was announced by Can- for the invasion of the Italian consul JToruT'O '
What effect the Captain of the Lus- The Russian counter blow on the 1 in Hodeida and the removal of the
first four months! more than seven ada last week.It '
altanla In flying the American flag 1 massed assaults of General von IUndenburg'lI British consul. f
millions issued will be from this that mod-
i. a day. Germany one see
will have on the question Is yet to men Is, to British observers -
qf $845,000,000 and treasury bills for ern war is not merely a question of The authorities at Hodeida Sunday
'it be seen. The Lusitania crossed the I the most interesting development : E'i1iI
saluted the Italian
$375,000,000 more making $1,220,000- men. It is a question of money. flagon the consul :
.Irish Sea according to American passengers of the eastern struggle. Temporar'lyIt ate.. The British consul Alexander
000 during the lint five months. She Putting together these figures, official George .
., with American, flage at herd overshadows operations of the Russians million it Richardson at the
therefore, spent nearly eight and unofficial is certain that was present
,-rn and fore peak but that Is not in Fast Prussia and is taken in
dollars a But the Lokal Anzel- to date the war bills ceremony but left the city immediately ,
!1 kjUMrti generally in Engand. some quarters to indicate they have I irer, of Bern, informs the Chicago have averaged at least $1,060,000,000a afterward on a British auxiliary
t Little News From Front. ceased playing the role of merely
Examiner that German's expenses are month. And they are mounting up cruiser. ,
Little news has come through today holding their lines west of Warsawand I now less than they were in the first at the rate of $48,000,000(' a day, or
t, from either Petrograd. Vienna or determined on an effort to expel months of the war, as the service is 2,090,000 an hour day and night
Ber'ln. It Is believed fighting continues the Invaders. better organized. Germany has just Sundays and holidays. *"

and that It will be some days The western war zone has seen h .w

.'1"' befpre'the Russian a final success decision In"'crossing is reached.the If virtually no change during the week CLAIM BRITISH ;SHIP If your shoe polish becomes har- '; :
l and but there are many reports of German dened in the tin do not moisten with I The Favorite Store of Klfisfnimu El'l f
Bsura river is strongly supported ,
preparations for renewed activity but with milk. ID
water
?;,,. pushed It may shorten the engage In DelglunT. FLEW AMERICAN FLAG ,"',
ment. From all accounts the Germans Dispatches from Cairo indicate ,4:" .' S.-:. i

';, flung great masses against the that the Turks who attacked the Sues TO PREVENT CAPTURE COLDS & LaGRIPPJF f
: Russian lines and although they
Canal were merely the advance contingent -
f. 'gained ground at some' points they of three columns strugglingacross stesmlrLudtania 5 or 6 doses GOO will breal

did not succeed in breaking through the desert. The main body of London Eng.-Tbe British any case of Chills & Fever Cold: FURNITUREWE ? ; \ 11t
of the Cunard line which
and the Russians were able to take ,
the Invading army should soon be & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver ... .,
'{the offensive In parts of the field. sailed from New York January; 80 : ', ( ,
i ,r With the '-tremendous concentra- heard from and arrived at Liverpool Sunday aft- better than Calomel and does no.' / ; .. "

.. tlon 'of,, artillery and rifle fire and ernoon, flew the American flag from gripe or sicken. Price 2ScT" ,_ '' ,
', / ,
\ baionet"wbrk'th. losses must *ava DESPERATEflGHTING; : *he time .he' passed Queenstown until t ,"
r''' 'been.very great4One correspondent she entered the Mersey., This is e..wwoowwo.weewFriend E"'H'A".7 Y" (' I' 'I
at <; Hetrograd' placed the German NO/DECISION vouched for by American passengerswho HM: ?,: f/' '
REACHED :M c ,
'i.. losses at' 30,000.. ,. crossed on her .1 I i Tourists !f I' ;{ ; '" ,( '
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a >;Fight Night and Day in Carpathians. ? : The Lusitania received' a wireless ... '" .''Y" '' ,. '
In'the Carpathians and In Buko- Little news is coming- ronah'ronah from From the Baltic of the White Star Be independent. Own year i "' PIa k'I

:rlna hard fighting IB going on. The either Petrograd Vienna or Berlin. line that two submarines had been home whew you can do ao practically r 'J .
It[ i. believed continues and that vessel. The the .' '
Russians, with a strong force are fighting; captamnlnreply same as psyiag rent.
efforts to drive that it will be some days tafotw a to a question of one of See if something In this list 'f, t
; Baa
desperate coaaectioa with Hardware "
;making ear we a ceaiplet ,
the Austrlans from Dukla and otherpasses final decision is reached. If the Russian the passengers, declared he had a appeals to you. carry I
':;. and. although the snow lies success in crossingthe Bsnra right to;fly the flag! of a neutral country -1 4 .Ye-__ plastered _teac.. Eae of fanfare. We atake a specialty ., eatattiaf hewer, aa4haadle T,
g..d I.eatl.e. deep well. g..d .
deep la the mountains, the battles river is strongly supported and push for of neutral passennpgmails ; ....._..-.. ... c'reeL reliable >. G
"' ed. it may shorten the engagement gers ; which his ship was aran ..... pa7a..a/ and .111 pee ,
.continue night and day. carrying' ...,.. .. .rI....... Ie...... .
From all accounts the Germans par-
Along the western front, so far asi.official '' ...._ price ..Iy ..JO*. Bed Room Furniture DiningRoom .
I re orU disclose Sunday w'. flung great masses against the Russian After being delayed by heavy A lK>rm kBM 100 feet 1.4. ,
one of the quietest days for weeks.Ti.e lines, and although they:: rained storms, which raised seas dock high ..wlKsr well, at***, .15e cask. Si
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,, artillery, of course has been ground at some through did not and injured eleven Queenstown the per A ..*-..... __ Sl.lOet ..!!! Suits Kitchen Outfits Par '
Lusitania arrived off late
succeed in and the
but If by mutual consent breaking _.tee _F-." ,
busy, as
Sunda She cruised off the Irish .. _.., 5
Russians were able to take the offensive A tfm-rmmtm Jvm > h t
the aruiles have refrained from Infantry in parts of the field. With the ; port for two hours and without pick- ... ee14 water. ... .f tk. beet lathe lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers M '
: attacks. rltr. Ask ab..t ILA '
In tremendous concentration of artilleryuid ng up a pilot which i. usuaHy done --!...........- withtw .- ,
sa No. Egypt.'There
Fighting rifle fire and bayonet work the proceeded for Liverpool at full speed, .* ate let*. A 4ee14.d ...... .., _
,V has been ro further fighting at the channel at i fmlm. Couches Etc. -
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arriving Mersey .
losses must have been very great. .._ ;: ;: ,
in Egypt,, but ctatemcnts from TurkIsh with still Tw. board/_ I. g.NI.e.ts. ,
Stars and
One correspondent mt Petrograd placesthe daybreak Stripes ... ."e... +r
pr.'aoaers show the Turks brought German losses at 30,000.In flyW.; Eighty ...r.. lead. ..lBBpclee .......... .
ia of boats across the .. . 1" \
.great number t .11.. Satt aere ,
per
i deset dn-wn by oxen. They were the Carpathians and in Bukowina According to a statement by Will Six .......... *mmm testy ..*..... .'",'.
hard fighting is going on. The Russians rwin, an American writer the Lusitania real. eftraa Led at V2e per aere.
[ aomewhat *urpr I them and were compelled .
I force swatting'O surrender when troops got desperate efforts to drive the Austrians American flag! at her stern with a ITS.preve4 mr.I lead .... ...... helpiaf people te entfit _... Gee aad ea. .Our prices are '0'' ,
small American flag and mail
from Dukia and other pen-
\ behind them Cases and the Turks hemmed were them allow.In. and although the snow lies deep passes* in nant at the forepeak. MRS. SUMMERS ri&.1. I __: .......... r 4r

[In some.lJ. launch their boat. before the.I v r the mountains the battles. continue ;' Former United States Senator Lafayette see Pe..... "t, ... hleck west
fed and day. Young another .( Clfmm Aveaae (Clr". the *..
night passenger
I British opened fire and sank them.5C: ; while he did not personally see the flag ...... wed .. _.rt..._ 1_.-
V; *Along the western front so far asofficial f
'Earl Gray addressing a meeting tag eeath) +
flying, said it was accepted as a fact
this has been i
reports disclose
\today said War Secretary Kitchener by all on board. OO .OO.Otoo..oo. .. .
of the for weeks.
one quietest days
tin August asked h'ni to appeal to the I
(miners of North Umber:and for five The artillery of cVmrse, has been busy TOOLSFOR T 8, ft
but as if by mutual consent, the armies -
Instead they raised
new battalions.> 1 1ifr

I twenty';* ,Iltndenbnrg battalions.Continues Assault. attacks.have refrained from infantry CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP .. r *

ii<"On his chosen ground west of War ,.. ,

saw. General his costly von Hlndenburg plunges to In breakthrough continuing 620.000 PRISONERS TAKEN BY GERMANS MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES i ,

to tho Polish capital.* AtM : .'
Berlin (via wireless.)-It is. !stated! ENGINEERS L:
.same' time the Russians farther that tfie total number of prisoner.

Jo.'',the north have pressed forward taken by the Germans from the allied

n 4'. after croBuing the Bzura river armies Is 620,000. All these prisoners "Didsop's Liver Tone" Is Harmless To Here's my g\&rantM--.o to any drugstore ,I''
Ihey 'are seriously threatening the are now in Germany. and get a 60 cent. bottle of Dod- II No matter what J kind.of an Engine yon have-Gai, Stcaat, ._
Xf/ ___ j I Clean Your Sluggish Liver son's KIMT ToOl Take a spoonful andIf I .
Railroad have the Tool '
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want ;you to go bark to the stuc t and
Ugh! Calomel make you sick. It's get Jour money Dod",," '. Liver Tone all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price that will r"/t; \..
'hornblp'! 'Jake a dose of the dangerous 14 destroying the sao) of calomel because S :
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01 TII4 :,p Kissimmee: 'Valley 'Gazette; '. hs';;the',last' "laugh. ," and,b;can berelied SOME LINE-UP. r..' !I

. How To ,' upon to'protect: himself what. '-+- ._ ,
_ 4, ,... cu -l. -ti Y'RTDAT: . Omcm; TW VALLKY dAZ-- ,'B-. BVTWDra.t ,, Plant;: ,Cultivate; 4: ;< ..,.r',happen. to the shipper., t .,' 'The"Orlando'&mUllet'" catching *4- >)
in each "
'n -: &:O8CBOUA COUNTT. FLORIDA.Wl. Select one commission man :
; baseball fever and want
pt I and Market Cucumbers city. and stick to him. Talc his ad- WOJ1r&lllM"aD

n : : .' HARftl* 'cad. E. ,C., YAKS .AGNEW .., .. OWNERS. ., '. rica,that believe yon him ar*to-by be honest the way; showing yon. poll all-State off a game team:with of newspaper some train of the men blirleafua. to ;.
teams that will in Flor-

:f' . ,' XBUPT1OH RATa One _. ar ._.._ '".*...* (By D.. E. ,EVANS. paid' for themaelvM. pack will and get trade good "returns.your product" ---and- Ida next spring. TheSsrntine.t; .tugc. y'

,,-I -e r.' at* 1 aaoataa.k.w..ysl.' .* <5n. Top.. tAr.. 1D0.Uaa____. .r* nistory. Wooden frame covered with cheap I you Insects' and Fungus Disease cuts the following' victim..''tor" ''the' proposed } :.

\ ,. cloth are often placed ever each hill. The most troublesome insect: and sacrifice /
t Th. cucumber 1* native if the
a
A11''esssr.ualatfons. >_' .at.. ast b. The frame. made "Pitcher Ed Lambrlght. Tamp Tribune
ti : 'asea" our auldorli.d e rr ipond m East Indie It I are of light ma fungi are:
Msr .. one of the oldestof atcLer
!vN.J..L wsit.nj terial and when danger from frost it beetle with ;; Robert Bentley: Tampa.. '
Beetle Yellow
Blat, will aot be returned .nla* called for. oar cultivated vegetables, acctrding Striped : Times first base-. Bobo Dean Ml- >
. _.. .. over they are knocked down and back attacking ;
.. . __ to deCandolle it ha* been In cultivation three black stripes on ami M F. Heth. r
? 9Iat.wN at the Postofflo la K1a.Unm.*. rieriaa, a. .._a4-el... sotto) for at least three or four thousand stored away until needed again. young plants eating the leaves. erington Lakeland Telegram I right
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Cone-shaped "caps" made of
heavy Bordeaux-arsenical. Plant I
[ but not Introduced into Spray with : "
was
years field S. A. McBride, Arcadia ,News i
FEBRUARY- ,
have
paper recently been the ;
FRIDAY, 12, 191S China until the second century beforeChrist. market for this and put on excessive: seed. Cap; plants covered I center field A. K. Taylor, The'State:, .
purpose, at they formed.
Until four leaves have
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The first record we have of
I left field Charles E. Jones Dixie
ar* cheap and ;
light easily stored
they brown rectan
i its being in England in Squash Bug: Dark 'fh '
grown was Robert
stealer .
bid fair to' become of commercial champion Holly. j
; Political CommentsUptodate the year 1573. The "cuke" was importance. gular-shaped bug: sucking the sap Sanford Herald; water boy W, B. Uar.,
,; from the under side of the leaves.
brought into this country by the early So4L ris. Valley Gazette, Kissimmee J 'mas''
spelling of R-e-p-u-b-I-i-c-a-n-P-e-n-r-o-a-e. settlers and since its introduction the The cucumber I Is an exacting plant I Handpick. Keep plant\ covered as cot, Wayne Thomas, Plant City- .
t Increase of 'devoted to this above.
acreage and .seldom Courier official scorers, C. E. How-
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yields but disappointment
i has been in direct anything Flea Beetle: Hops like fleas when '
to
The farmer last fall voted against a return to tariff/ graft. They'll do itgain. crop increase in proportion The to the grower who does disturbed eating holes in leaves. ard. Orange City Citizen, tad Jot
cry- our population. principal -
not give it the most watchful Reese, Orlando Reporter-Star; umpire ,
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care. .
Bordeauxarsenical.Aphis
Coat with
trucking districts of the south plant
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r The "cuke" will thrive soil Willis Powell, Clearwater.Sun.Lakeland ."
on any insect
Small sucking
regard it as one of their main crops. : green News.MILLIONAIRES .
The cucumber is also extensively not extremely h-avy or sandy. profitable working on upder side of leaves .
We've advanced from a minority to a majority parly. Lets increase under glass and grown today ranks- crop can be made on any good and curling them up. Spray with con- TO, HUNT '*t4
Y the corn or cotton soil if
+ majority. third in the fist of vegetables previous treat tact poisons as noon as discovered. IN 'J
r grownin EAGLES AEROPLANES
1, ment has put it into good physical whitish
. the greenhouse. Vine Borer: Slender caterpillar -
;. condition. Where earliness is the San Francisco, Cal Eaglea have \
l' : ': Woodrow Wilson the man who puts over. Botany. 'chief consideration the lighter boring into vines causing joined the mountain lions in the war ,K
lt sings The cucumber typesof them to wilt and die. Plant trap
(Cucumis sativus) is soil give the best results. The cooler on peninsula farmers and a posse of >v
W.t an annual. The stems are rough ( Crop; clean culture; handpicking. eagle hunters has started out to bag ,
+ Senator Borah rose in the senate the other day to protest the president's creping, angular and flexible bearing: I clay loams and are for often the used for thelate Melon Worm and Pickle Worm: the eagles. ,r,

statement that the republican party had not had a new idea in thirty year. 'tendrils and cordate obscurely five pickles.crops A free loose growing of Belong to two different species but It is expected that some of the o
sandy loam
I ; tin the list of republican achievements he cited the "parcel-post law the physical ,' lobed leaves. not disposed to bake is, usually best. methods of injury to crop is identical.laid young San Mateo millionaire sports-'I
The of both these insects are
The flowers and staminate i- eggs will off in !
KF :'y ) valuation of railroad law the employer liability law the law limiting' --are borne-pistilate separately on the rich Whatever the type of soil it must be by the moths upon the leaves of the pepper men the start birds, which aeroplanes are said to to- ,:

the hour of service of railroad men. compensation for injuries to government plants in the axils of the leaves .the and retentive of moisture. plants. The young caterpillar feed measure nearly seven feet between '
Preparation and Treatment of Soil.
L | employes, and the child-labor law for the (District of Columbia." He staminate appearing first and generally The land from which well-culti- somewhat upon the buds and tender wing tips. ./-
| + a before attack the fruit.
near the base of the stems. The foliage they *
asserted, too that "the children's bureau was established publicity of campaign flowers are large, yellow and usually vated root crop has been removed can Owing to the fact that the moth does ] EASY SAID.

: t funds provided for eight hours a day for government employes and on short )peduncles. be easily put in condition; for the not appear until late the early crops The Kissimmee Gazette will Issue a .

tf IIPill under government contracts provided for a law requiring railroads to report Types of Fruit. growing plowing. of Early cucumbers plowing by and deep frequent spring [ are not troubled with these insects. daily if the people will guarantee- I. 'J."

r ; accidents enacted" etc., by republicans. He ev-en laid claim to the constitutional I There are two types of fruit; first, harrowings before planting are Spray with arsenate of lead or Paris support. Wrong way to go about it.
Plant (early
; f k t amendments providing! for an income lax and for the direct election of the English type, which is long and tant. An excellent custom impor'l squash green. ;is excellent trap) clean crops culture Start the daily and make it as good \,
and second what is called the weekly and will get the
slender as your you
i" larp-er
our growers usually follow is
United Slates senators.r I II and rotation of
I deep plowing crops tfissimmee
American type which is short and that of support. J is a much larger jj
4 t+ i Each and every one of ihe measures he mentioned were put through after thick. I crop growing such a as leguminous crimson clover wintercover' are essential where heavy infestations place than Clearwater and the Sun ','

t M' 19(0( when the house completely and the senate practically had been wrested The English is, strictly! speaking, a southern burr clover, or vetch on the I haves FUNGI oeciirred. has had the unqualified support of itsfreople .

p ?ear"'S' from the control of the Aldrich-Cannon machine. In nearly every case the I greenhouse American is or used forcing for type while tHe ,I land and turning it und. r. in the Bacterial:-Wilt: Bacteria clogging issued from from ten the to start.twelve The pages!Sun daily la *&e'

s'+p reforms were sponsored by democrats and not one of them would have had . general purposes. spring.It up the water conducting channels of raid has a sworn circulation of 860 '\\t

__ .. 4 the ghost of a show but for the democratic landslide of 1910. I As most of the cucumbers grownin I is customary and to under practice thegrowing the vines and leaves causing them to I copies with less than thirty on the t
tr j ) plowing qf cowpeas wilt and die. Destroy wilted plantsas "free list."-("learwater Sun. i.f,
- the latter classwe
p the field belong to i or velvet beans when the area they Rotate _0'_-- .
crops.
appear.
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t r should become better acquaintedwith is not in use for trucking purposes. Downy Mildew: Occurs as discolored An American visitor in Montreal ':'i
a y Calm Thyself Brother Triplett the uses of the different varie- Farm manure should have a
prom I areas on. leaf with mass of very recently saw a squad of boys whose >";,
y r ties.The inent part in the treatment of the small spore-bearing threads, grow ages ranged from six to nine, being &
: There i i. really no good reason why Stonewall Jackson Triplet!, editor of White Spine variety which hasbe..n soil as it keeps. the soil in a mechanical ing out from under side. Spray with drilled by two little girls of corresponding ;'$
r the St. Cloud should divided into many sub-varieties condition favorable to the retention Bordeaux mixture. On one of the ,
Tribune gel all het! up and rant all over the front page diversities of cultivation and ape. inquiry w
through
of his paper about what he calls "a fair distribution, of the county printing.; I selection are excellent for pIckle, needed of fertility.moisture The and also intensive supplies Anthracnose: Discolored spots on drill sergeants explained last that herf;p pfather
v very fruit. Spray with Bordeaux mixture. said the war might twenty "
,+ j If Brother Triplett will glance! at the masthead of his paper he will at ( when small) slicing or" for forcing. method of cultivation employed in the -- years and then these might N f

once appreciate why his appearance before the board of county commissioners For pickles the smaller varieties, such production of vegetables! necessitatesthe SENATOR BRYAN'S POSITION.In fight for the Union Jack wile their ,,/
aR Early Frame Early Cluster.Weathersfi..ld. I use of a much greater quantity of Withers home to rest. *-,
Senator Bryan's came
commenting
to ask for a of the printing altogether out of place. on
,itk part county was Chicago Pickle, and manure than is used for field cropsand the bill few ,
1s The St. Cloud Tribune is published by the Seminole Land and Investment Parisian Prolific Pickle are best. For I[ the greater value of the product days position ago on the Tribune shipping noted that a the )

r company. It was established by this land company. It has always been a slicing White Spine, Long Green, Davis justifies the practice. senator doubtless would have some GO TO t

ty land paper and is published with but one purpose in view-that u. to sell Perfect and Klondike, are extensively I For the early crops most growers thing to say about his vote with the B. DICKERSON
St. Cloud real used. prefer to throw the land into ridges\ eight other senators who are accusedof
N, estate.
Seeds. or beds thus securing better, drainage the standard.
deserting party ,
;i Editor Triplett explained to the commissioners that the St. Cloud Tribune Practically all cucumber seeds are and a somewhat warmer soil con- The first statement we have seen .1'isirr O|"'raa'...rr Lath W..rl.Pla, *Lire Lath, ,<>Patent.ra<, MBrlrk Q

''t ;i printed more papers each week than any other newspaper now published in grown in this country; therefore to dition. coming from Senator Bryan is indirectly Klr. Clay. a" Mire Brick. M.ma* *illllrr
1 ..... fTfror
( results each Commercial Fertilizers for CucumbersThe the Jacksonville all sad Ball4laa: B larks.Mverya
best him
a i the county. Don't overlook the word "printed. Its easy to print thousands get the. grower ascribed to by i.g tmART1KICIAL. t j'r.
(+,. 1 should save his own seed. Homegrown -I one word fertilizer covers at Times-Union, as follows\ : STOHH! ,. J| .,.
of new.papera--but its mighty hard to build up a bonafide circulation list seed are superior to commercial multitude of sins and as it is given That his vote on the recommittalof I'OHCIl COLUMNS .ad KLBCTJUOL1UIIT "

"t'' i And a give-away circulation or a circulation paid for by a land company seed due to the fact that each growercan I credit for the success or blamed for the ship measure bill has been con- POLES 'ii,:;

can't be classed a* paid circulation and is of no value to the county com select need from plants producingfruit I the failure of the crop by a certainper fused with his vote on a former motion Cor. nrad"." a ad Mid.ad H, IfJ.I'haacr .
that fulfills the requirements of cent of our truckers. It is an and misconstrued according to .
missioners. It b of rain to the Seminole Land aad Investment Company be- 141.
J the market he is supplying. It is im- important subject and in itself shouldbe the published statement of the< pro '.r.
,1 +i cause they use it a* a mean of attracting prospective buyer of St. Good portant that seed be saved from early given a much more complete discussion ceedings of congress covering the ,r;.\

w : real ..slate.f fruits of the plants that come nearestto than my time or your patiencewill matter, is the belief of Senator N. 1' .o 000000000000000000000. ..

Therefore an Osceola county tax list, published in .a newspaper that circulate the grower's ideal. The fruit is permit.A Bryan the junior senator from Florida .U
allowed to ripen in the field is then few facts which may help you in according to word received from yw
.everywhere eke but in Osceola county, aad mostly among people who what him in this city yesterday.The THE :
split open and the pulp removed. The solving the question of fertilizerto by men
not in the i i. not of much value to the citizenr given is that he GRAYSTONE ,
A are yet property owner county, entire pulp is spread out on a screenor use are as follows: explanation

? J of th. county at a medium for the publication of couaty business. sieve with a mesh small enough The first fundamental principlethat feared ruling against a motion to I ,
' not to allow the seed to through, all our growers should gasp is recommit any bill, since it might be
; 'i, This i il not intended to reflect in any manner on the Seminole Land and pass in the future "
the that formula will always give used as a precedent
t Investment Company. This corporation is performing a most excellent work. and pulp are through separated the sieve.by The washing seed are the same no one results, and in buying! a when the party found need for I. .. THURUM Pr.,. I. D. rlITEI, 1I&r. ,\.

!: I ,g, > It i js deserving" of success and i i. developing a splendid little city which is a then dried and stored. fertilizer the need of the particular committing some bill, and the re'l

I1'm ," i//: :; ,,j fcreditto'the, ."county and date. iBut the company should be satisfied with the The longevity of cucumber seed plant and the type of soil should be to recommit the is so inherent condition with Open Year Round ,
under or
;N' ;11 ',j |,profit!* it it risking its land and should not expect the county to pay the when.properly This period cured is and the stored longest is tenyea'ta. of the considered goods. as much as the price of body circumstance. However proper, on this par- ,5fi): -

'r. ( [,M running expense\ of it*>land paper-The St. Cloud Tribune. This paper ha any of our truck or .garden crops with On naturally fertile and durablenew ticular bill, he did not want it recommitted ..

;J, : ','1! : >J been a big factor car helping the company'to' so successfully exploit St. Cloud the one exception'of endive, which hasa lands it has been found that ap- but was Insisting defended on the action I

--: real estate and indirectly the Tribune is a paying investment for the company. I, period of the same length. plication of quickly available phosphoric general now right, and to having recommit on motion, :
M', Neither the of St. Cloud the Under favorable conditions for acid and nitrogen gave profit- ,
i i. this intended Id array people against people 'growth the Reed will germinate in able results. The nitrates increasethe he exercised his further right to op T1
: *! of Kissimmee the of the There is need"4i-any feeling pose recommittal of the particular 1
rest
:", or county. no from six to twelve days. vigor of the plant while the phos- be the I :.
bill which to subjectof
1 j\ : between the two cities. They are both hustling cities, boosting for the progres One quart of seed weighs eighteen phoric acid hastens maturity.Data discussion.happened I

s' of the entire county and the growth of the one. i i. reflected :in the growth of ((18)) ounces and contains about 1.200 is given showing. the results Senator Bryan was one of the nine -

J .' the other. Their interests are identical and the Gazette is always ready to give seed, thus requiring. from two to three secured lime-nitrogen in, fertilizing, either cucumbers alone or com-with democratic senators who stood out for f
pounds acre.Starting ,
per the right to recommit on motion any .ASkgy
St. Cloud all the publicity its citizen may ask for. Early Plants. bined with other fertilizers and on 1 '
bill this one.
y j ) However, we must not overlook this important fact: The Valley Gazette Earliness plays such an importantpart I various soils. Any omission of lime- As, even the Tribune intimated in its first :

t j'.4; it a legitimate county newspaper. It must live out of its revenue. It has no in the matter of securing good nitrogen in the formula used resulted reference to the subject Senator s a '

land company: to draw on when there isn't enough :income to meet publiching ers prices have for resorted this vegetable to numerous that grow meth- that in lime-nitrogen decreased yields.is as It suitable is claimed for Bryan against voted on the a majority parliamentary of the question par--

exoenses, no fairy pod-father with golden dollars to soothe its nervous system' ods to secure early production of fertilizing garden crops on all soils I ty, but voted with the party on the i
when the finance arc: short. No. sir I The Gazette lives off of paid subscription fruit. except sour moor or sterile sand 8S bill itself that is against the motionto

tt'J' + and advertising and it is constantly striving to increase its circulation The two methods used most extensively -I any of the usual forms of commercial recommit it. He believed, with
follows, I nitrogen and has the advantage of and thata
r are as : Senator Hoke Smith others
s list throughout the county. (1)) The seed (six or eight) are ''I being much cheaper. motion to recommit was in order,
e7 Of course, if Editor Triplett has political differences with the commistioners sown on upturned pieces of sod six Sulphate and muriate of potash although the presiding officer of the

ti ;!' '; that' his eflair, but he will gain few friends heaping abus on the inches square and covered with an*I have been tested ( Massachusetts elation senate ruled otherwise. When it

ear cornmissio len for awaidinp the county printing to the only legitimate news- inch of light rich soil, the sod is then report 1903)) to determine the came to recommitting the bill and
'' placed on boards in a hot bed, or effect on this crop and the, results thus sidetracking it, Senator Bryan E. G. VANS AGNEW Aft
.. paper put lished in the county. greenhouse where bottom heat is for the year indicate that the sulphate voted with the partyin, favor of the J (

'1'f By awarding this business to the Gazette the commissioners have secured supplied. is the better of the two. bill.-Tampa Tribune. /I I Valley Gazette Building. .I j ,

Py r for the people the widest publicity possible in the county and that is all the taxpayer ((2)) Pots or berry boxes, whichare Harvesting.The -,
not less than four inches in dia- harvesting of the crop is the
l Mt I -from their! commissioners. The commissioners have nothing r
can expect meter, are also extensively used. Sixor most expensive and laborious part of

{ to explain. eight seed are placed in each box, the whole procedure requiring pains-
_ covered with fine rich soil and supplied taking and expensive labor.
with bottom heat. I I Frequent gatherings of the cucujn-\ It a

.: Farmers, Take Our Advice I When either one of these methodsis bers aj they reach the satisfactorysize SUPERIOR SERVICE "

) used the seed should not be sown is essential to the long bearingof COURTEQUS TREATMENT :1
fc ; r l( The United State department of agriculture the state boards and the' more than a month before time to the vines. As soon as the vines .

,r '" ,( expert all over the country are urging the farmers of America to cultivate I plant in the field, because the largerthe begin to bear the patch should be
plants the larger will be the picked over at intervals of two days
available during the Doming The in Europe the percent
a' every acre year. war assures times week.
lost in transplanting. The hotbed or not less than three a
t \ tale of almost everything that can be raised. Every article that is exported or greenhouse should be kept at a The purpose for which the cuke is

r.. to feed the soldier and the citizens and the stock of Europe means just that night temperature of fifty-five or six. grown\ determines the size of the fruitat

,' ', ''i.s 'I+ much lets for home consumption therefore even with big crops of everything ty degrees with a day temperatureof time of harvesting. Cucumbers for

the price will be high. If it is not a good the farmer will seventy to seventy-five degrees slicfng should not be less than six FORW
'( crop year Farenheit the plant should be grad- inches l long when picked and all specimens
r pibr '?o' at least raise enough for home use and will not have to pay the high prices ually hardened; by moderate wateringand removed before they begin to ARD'f'

that will prevail. Utilize every available acre for grain grasses and vegetables. free ventilation before setting in turn white or yellow while those
'" the field. Before grown for pickling are usually picked It has been proven by experience :f1
In many sections farmers ai>urged to try a double acreage of potatoes.. It being transplantedto
k v the field the nod boxes are when about four inches long.
!
? b> a should not be necessary under proper conditions, to import potatoes into any thinned or second that better financial progress is made I,
to four plants. A Marketing.
_ Y agricultural county. Put the hens and the turkeys to work and give them a thinning is given leaving the two Cucumbers for pickling are largely by having a checking account and

s' square deal. Raise pig., cattle and horses in a* large numbers at the accommodation strongest plants to the hill. grown in the early autumn from mid-

of the farm will justify and any losses that any farmer planter or Germination is also hastened by summer planting. They are usually paying all bills In this Safe Economical ,
soaking the seed for a few hours in grown in the vicinity of the pickling
a rancher have sustained last will be than made good. The war ;
more
Convenient
r, may year lukewarm water before planting. factory and are contracted for per ana way. Your ac- fi
.Europe may last for months or years but while it continues there will bean Protecting Plants from Frost. thousand or per hundred pounds for count to
subject
r ;Sf.c active demand for everything we produce. Should the war end this week This plant is very sensitive to frost the season. check large or small Q '

i : et A talc the nations engaged will need all our surplus products for a year at least and will not thrive in a low temper- Those grown for slicing are shipped ''s Invited. f};
f ,* f r ? ature even if free from frost If, by express to the northern market.
Take advice for and do not permit good tillable land to lie idle int
H''fejfc
%-i our once after a succession of cold nights the They are carefully graded and packed -

_t '' t J* <* ; 'x'11915.! _. _ ___ __ _________ leaves become discolored it will usual- in bushel or half bushel hampers. $2 and $4 per Year
ly pay to replant Immediately, thus Each grower should stamp the
'\jV t ; HIRING THE TRAMP.a ATMOSPHERIC OBSERVATIONS.A i saving considerable time, patience, number, grade, and size of the cukes, ,

_ s r;j ",,;; St.'Lucia 'county la considering ,the 1 report on the atmosphere electric I and often monsy.Smndg i his own name or the name of his farm, :;
observations mad during the second pot are often distributed (unless he i* selling through an ex Arthur
-of hiring the who com E Donegan P. K. ;
plan taampc Weaver
it: cruise' of the 7 ,
y Carnegie published. throughout the fields at stated Intervals ) the top of each hamper.Thisahould L.... f A. .
; a through tb*-. county-and are down The radlo-aetivty of the I air over the and on cold night these are be dob with absolute President. Cuhkr: I .
aad out to work on the county poor ocean areas far removed from land lighted Th Initial expense entailedIn honesty. \ !'\" ,,, ,
farm .lone *a they Ban male good. I. mall, compared to that found overland securing these pot and the crude In packing ,, 'ft\. t.t'r6. :
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f i .ta; wags of fifty oanta s.day-and } whil the Ionization over th oil-sed' aa fuel-may am *zc: -- "honest)' 1* the poUty.beDon't
,i fc'r'/onnd." -Th*'plan' la naritoriotu,' ocean la at least 'as large. aa that sin, but by using them In the saving try to' bat a, commission man. It r_ d:tp

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; :SCHOOL-COURSE MATRIMONY '' j I ARY'S1.ETTEit TO
, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY 'THE KNAPSACK BELT.
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.: - ,MENU;: .o 1 1 r 1 I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS For the Children
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\,:' : "URGED. ,FOR MEN BY ANGELES, DEAN.. ..OOOOO .. .O..OO..O.- .. Sartorial New Suit That.- 'Embellishment.AJTKBJIOOBI Shews; :The. la .the'pChristchurch/ ., JCJnlm'm. , .

'. --- In expensive. porcelain and pressed '' '' ... Mis Grace Wins U 'secretary, .
Her.' are ten "Commandments. oft glassware of colonial pattern are better and Miss .Oertru" Mills, president A' 'Titled Eegli.h'Ohl'' .. 1
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,' Matrimony* based the suited to a Washington birthday Her la Interlaohen. on election Whe Like. Lawn Tennis/. ';1

.' ,!How to !Be Happy Though upon Married sermon?;J: Woman's celebration than the finest china and Wish they had a Junior society also

,preached by Dean MacCormick: orldII glassware are of other desfgn. day the rroters used ballots that had
The following is a most palatableand been printed by fire C. E. press snperlntendent "
'1. Thou shah' love thy ware or appropriate luncheon menu: ; Shell an ardent equal -r\ :

;, thy husband, as the case may be. Fruit Cocktail suffrage beU...... se It was not, avery
2. Thou shalt have Mme Matsenauers Baby May: Cream of Chicken
4 a religious Soup agreeable Jott. There-was one
home and use it Seme Day B* Great. 81...... Sweet i Bread Plcklas Stick.Olives special thing whlctk would hare madeIt ) L

F 3. Thou shalt stav home at Chicken Fricassee with Biscuits ;( ,, pleasant to stay -out West- when _
night (to the husband). Sweetbreads Muahroon Sauce :' there for the International convention
r 4. Thou shalt cook a decent -- Asparagus Tip.Celery Potato Croquatte" .-I' at Los Angeles* Oal. r i,

meal and sew buttons (to the Cherry and Almond Salad f Something Is .rotas!' to happen In I
s wife). V-v l'i'u.i.n Custard Hatchet Cpoklea ten Florida cities The Flying Squadron -
5. Thou shalt-' \r Coffee I .r
not go.-1 of noted temperance speakersand f
t 8. Thou shalt not blame thy '!!'*-.! fruit cocktail is made withoutI musicians will soon be here. : vrtt

mother-ir'-i''*v, for she is sel- I: ><> Mix bananas pineapples andfriges Here Is the schedule*-don't forget It. 1 J
". dem to blame. I all cut into convenient pieces. St. Augustine Feb. 16-J8 Palm ,

".t 7. Thou '>ialt ccv'vRi-l nw1-*, ?. i J I 3ealon with lemon juice and sugar Beach Feb. 2.. March 1; Miami .J

8. Thou: shalt not be ind.-Tei-; a..d serve in cocktail glasses' with a Feb. 18, March Daytena.; March 1- n. ;
en* *o "-w wifo. couple of candied cherries the
on top 3; Orlando 2-4 r Tampa, 3-5; St.
9. Thou shalt not sect I emir-sol of each. Petersburg!: 4-6; Jacksonville, 6-7; ,,; .'
of "*1 ..n.-.d ,WO*.***" aa 1Ggards The bread sticks may be tied with Tallahassee 618; Peosacola. '7-'. '
the raising of children. red white and blue ribbon and in each t There are three groups In th's I't:

10. 1 her shalt not shrink from potato croquette a tiny flag may be I squadron that is why the dates seem
the responsibility of having chil- 4 .. ituck. The frozen custard should be ,'
t y fdya. to conflict. The principle membersof
S served in little round balls ) .j'i
dren. (cannon i

1-X 4 4 A:4L : with a tiny flag stuck in each. Interest A. Poling for Endeavours Dr. Ira D. Landrith are panel 4 'fff: :'

Los Cal. MacCor-
Dean '
Angeles, -
head of the ,
.OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOooooooe C. E. work In the South,
mack Sunday preached on '"How to ;.. sear ,
f 0 / 0 and Dr. Chas. Sheldon. There are ? .J
Be Happy Though Majrried" at St. .'. 0 WHAT THE COOK BOOK 0 eight famous speakers to be here and
Paul's Pro-Cathedral, at the requestof b% 4 SAYS. O a several singers and pianists. We 4W
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the Rt. Rev Joseph R. Johnson '
l S 0 0 should arrange for the C. E. visitors :t
of Los
bishop Angeles
yf.: OOOOO O OOOOOOOOOOOOOO'OIf to hold a meeting with our workers
Dean MacCormack speaking At
length upon the possibility of establishing you would have your fried eggs every place. Write direct<< to Mr.
a training school for all those look pink and beautiful fry them one k Poling No. 31 Mt. Vernon St., Boston +
or get In touch with local authorities .
contemplating matrimony, indorsed at a time in a good deal of fat and
f the plan, which had been suggested give them your undivided attention.As planning the campaign In St. ,
::1\ time cooking take and Augustine services will be in the
some ago. they are a spoon ;
f fjy
!t Through a* training school he said, e continually pour the hot fat over them Grace Methodist church. We hope r ..",
the deaf and bl'nd Endeavorers In
until are done. An that is a
the prospective husband-to-be could they egg a !
be taught the fundamental principles Paolo by Am.rlcn PTM AModmtKm.Mm. little stale is almost surelo break its the state scboolefthat city will also M1 1

of staying home at nights. He avers yolk when it is put into the pan. have some of the noted guests.
t that it would be possible through the MAB04HSrr MATHRAOmJI AMD seer You can warm over meat much more There was to be a chicken plllau ; r

training school eventually to instill If heredity counts for anything the quickly if you wrap it in greased pa- too<* time by Lady Lake Endearorere.Cooking 6Je"

into the mind of the club husband baby pictured here may one day be a per. The steam will prevent the meat operations wel begun and
from becoming hard and dry.A the rain poured down. UndauntedEnde.voren
that a man is absolutely necessary to musician. Its parents are
make a home complete and the presence very great very quick way to cool a hot carried pot and all to
of the first party the husband, is two world famous singers. Baby'sname liquid is te pass it through a clean the nearest kitchen and the fun }

the necessary element in the comple- is Adrienne MatzenauerFontana cloth saturated with cold water. Andif went on.The .

' tion. and she is the daughter of Mme. the liquid is soup ne trace of grease latest of all the new societies Photo by Americas Pews Awselafl. -.
will remain. fa .
credited north-cen
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'd "A man who spends every night at" Margaret Matzenauer the celebrated Pickles will never become moldy if tral district which though, starting in Quit a noted tennis player U this ,

he the said lodge, "is or bound the club to or have elsewhere unhappi-, contralto and of Signor Edouard Fer- you put in a tiny bag of mustard in .aaaLADma 00... the Presbyterian church is to be of tittle girl here pictured. She is aD 1flog f

ness and misunderstanding in his rari-Fontana, the Italian tenor. Little the top of the receptacle in which theyare much union Interest among the young llsb girl and her name Is Lady Boea-

home." Miss Adrienne was born in Boston and kept. An afternoon frock of sand colored people. Mrs. Flora Matthews Is secretary mond Butler quite a high soondlnc >

d' has traveled much with her parents Don t forget to close the refrigerator Ilk gabardine the full skirt gathered ; Mr. Curtis Prince president. title for one so young. la BfurUnd.
j i Wife-to-Be Not Excluded.The
who fill many concert engagements door each time you use the box. sod plaited and bemmed wltb a stiffcorded They plan to be represented February however It.la not at all unusual for '
wife-to-be is not excluded from besides singing in grand opera. This The ice will last much longer.To band .U pictured bere. The 12-14 at the district convention
small to bear big name. j
school. she has settled down to a com- keep pancakes from being greasyand some person
the teachings of the training year In Gainesville.Late .
The first important thing Dean paratively quiet life, for her parentsare flabby do not have the batter too bodice Is long sleeved and high collared word comes cheerfully from Lady Rosamond la very fond of racket ;'
is the belt crooning: lu knapsack and ball and Is said to be Very
r .MacCormack declared that a woman appearing at the Metropolitanopera thick and be sure that the fat the Christian church In Ocoeee. south
/fehould know in the domestic problemof in New York for the sea.on.Mme. piping hot fashion over a tiny peplum .t the central district They are doing well skillful Tennis Is an excellent out-
J JSPRING
If, preserving peace in the family is to Matzenauer is a Viennese by back. Trimmings of dark blue embroidery and a worker as president, of long door sport and U deservedly popular

cook a decent meal. Many homes, heI' birth though most of her life was HATS. and small self covered bnt experience that Is Mr. J. W. Graves. In this country. I In winter of course '

Isays, have been wrecked by the wife's spent in Germany. She has very sen- Great ton adorn the frock. They have no junior society just now there -is not much opportunity to play
Up
nble ideas of how should be Manufacturers are Making a
r failure in the knowledge of culinary a baby Line of Attractive New Straws. as former juniors all grew up. th. game, a. It ls essentially a game t* .
eared and is much prouder of her little \
, I' art. Sewing buttons or any other In the be In the air. Some folks ;
second im- virl than of all the applause withwhich In regard to new spring fashions the MESSAGE new 'society of the Presbyterian played open ..
he in HALTS HIS
n holds is
mending great audiences reward her Millinery Trade Review says: church at Delray, southeastern have Indoor courts and keep np practice
\ portance. asserted ariak.. Of straw materials the fine milans, OWN FUNERAL SERVICE district T. K. Knox is the wide- all the year
{l', In the training school, he oMILLINERY hemps lisere leghorn and taral come awake president; Mr. Hampton sec
it would be possible to teach/ son- NOVELTY.Conical in for their usual share of promi- Pittsburg, Pa.-.Over the telephonefrom retaf). It'. such fun to write about
in-law or daughterInI.w.With a nence in the development of high Syrcause, N. Y., John W. Ma- new societies this way.
and this would be accomplishing In electric invented In .' 1
: motherly love -- priced hats. A new tubular braid thatis son called a halt in his own funeral Did you obserye Christian Endeavor an gun Eng
the almost impossible, he .d Hat With Bug Ornamenting land, which seems to be successful
t1 Cr wn described as lemon or barnyard service in this city by announcing *o Day the 7th Tnd how about ,
declares. the Bows. straw is prominently featured. This his startled relatives that he was Christian Endeavor week a projectile is hurled through a tube
"The blame ie' always shifted upon by the action of electric
novel bat of alive and miles from Pittsburg. magnets.. on
Pictured here Is a very last named material makes up a very many Grace A. Townsend. '
the shoulders of the the mother-in-law mother-in-law delft blue moire ribbon,' which Is quilted smart blocked hat and there is every The body of a man struck by a trainat Interlacben'Feb.! 9, the outside. .. -*> {,

t ; r, he said. "Perhaps the foundation. The crown Is a possibility of its being extensively Groveton had been identified at '
is to blame sometimes.' But I am on the Syracuse man by his sister. Be- ''' B a i aa.a ia m f Last year railways of Britain ear,

one of those who feel that the moth- conical one. An erect bow rises used. hate sHown.1 developed fore the funeral service the Stewarts i Chile has 8,000 miles of telephones, ried 1,28.1Qpassengers' and 871,- '
New Spring are ,
s 't-in-law. is What a very is much wise abused for youngyn.yrlsdpeople in- of plaited raffia, which comes in telegraphed to Syracuse where they I worked by an English company.)\ 671,0000 tons of freight. ", ....< ..,t\1(: '
sUtutoin.
knew Mason had been 'employed/
in housekeeping squares and is especially clever in the
is to start -
for themselves. But when I making up o(hand-made models. some information concerning him. He
mother-in-law Gelatin straw braid also promises to telephoned them he was very much -

a 'i I hear have people-suspicions blame the that the fault is be popular. This is of very glossy appearance alive.\ Notice Farmers

not with her, but with the complainants. surface. with t an exceedingly rough WEARS STRAW JAILED; to \

.. GOT IT AT A BARGAIN
First Two Year "CrueL" The combination of straw braids J.WE .
yt with fabrics of various textures is a
"The first two years of married addition to the list of novelties Yonkers, N. Y.-Ross Barber wearing AND \
cruel he said happy a straw hat with the Buy Poultry and Hogs ,
'i life are always years, shown among which faille taffeta and temperature WILL your WILL ,
The one thing that Dean MacCor- satin were used as well as chiffon and nearly at zero was arrested here for ;
mack emphasized in, his sermon was In the developmentof collecting crowd. He was blocking
his advice to J.he mother in bringing georgette midsummer crape.hats this last named traffic in South Broadway and refused Pay you the'Highest Market Price '"

children. bid for favor. to move on.
up fabric makes a strong "
"Don't go to an unmarried woman Horsehair lace braid was much used When asked "Why the summer WE PAY CASH. Get in touch with us now. ,i' ..
y for pointers on child culture," he said last spring and comprehensive lines headgear?" he replied: "I got it at a 'I" .
,t
dozen
"Go .to a mother who has a show a few of these models which are bargain. 1 ,-
children or more. I think her opinionis naturally of the hand-made type. I Call Phone 44 The Parlor Market "
to be more valuable than the SILKS FOR SPRING.
apt ........ '
opinion of the other. REDUCES HER WEIGHTBY With plain pongee is used flowered .".""
of most matrimonial the latter for ,
The secret FASTING 45 DAYS pongee being employed 1
failures is because of the indifferenceof the long sleeves, the girdle and skirt

the young husband toward his Stockton Cal.-Thoroughly con- trimming.Of C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary

young wife. I want to indifferent this vinced that over-eating is one of the course there are foulards in the I .
to husbands-don't be or potent causes of obesity Mrs. A. H. striped checked and flowered designs, V 1 \

inattentive to your wives" he said. .- 1 Barnes has just completed fortyfiveday and lovely crapes and soft taffetai '
"Divorce is trial marriage in a simplified r fast lend variety, to the choice for spring The Waters & Carson' "
form," he said. 'We shrink "I have been in poor health for dresses and demi-tailored costumes. : \

from the suggestions of trial marriages some time," says Mrs Barnes "andI
and yet that is practically; undertook the fast In order to get NEW BOOKS RECEIVEDAT
what ...tAt.i .. today. When arty individual CITY LIBRARY :
rid of tissue. weightfor
my adipose My ,
hIIen respectably divorced the last ten has been 220 Grocery Company
years
has DBUT BXUa BAT. Following is a 11st of new books
,and is married again, marriage I
pounds. never vsried. At the end
received at the city library
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become nothing hut an experiment straight from the apex of the crown. of the fast I weighed 186 pounds.My lust "
Insurance
Love Earl Derr
by Big-
and in the face of the facts that experiment The bow Is beld In place by fancy ornaments height is five feet two inches and : "Joyce of the North Woods" "
fail
gers
haa been branded as a i
In the shape of jeweled bugs. my age is fifty-seven years. by arriet T. Comatock; "The Letterof J Ar
ure. novel chapeau was designed by the Contract Russell +
T1)U) CORN SALAn WITH by King;
;r Ora Cne MAYONNAISE.Line "The New Clarion by Will Harbin; 4 'V

SHOES FOR SPRING. -- a salad bowl with small white "The Twenty.fourth of June by Wholesale and R etall Dealers Ia : ) t

Shoe styles show a distinct trendtoward RIMING DATES. leaves of a head of lettuce and heap Grace Richmond; one of the boy scout Ie
,' the military type of button and One person is given a date by the series by Ralphson.
the kernels of stewed' canned corn in
;. lace boots in women's high footwear, hostess. He must use this date and center Pour the mayonnai _over the The library is open to the public GROCERIES
event connected with it in form-
some
characterized bymilitary Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
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buttonboot'
'with the
\ whole, being sure to have plenty of
.? ing a riming couplet, aa:
f braids and eagle brass butt from 3 to 6 o'clock.
t it Th toothsomeness of corn as a 'p
In seventeen hundred and alxty-threA
tons, says the Dry Goods Economist salad ingredient is just becoming *
The HoHton men threw over the tea- -- r
ft In low shoes for women the short Twcuman Argentina now has 88,-
It much better alone
'J. colonial and the small tongue After forming his rime he is at lib- knov.t. is eaten 200 inhabitants and seventy-six . . . . < . . . . . .. .. .......O 'r
Irf tongue with mayonnaise than other I"
"} will predominate, closely fol- erty to give & date to any person in a any schools. .. ; .d

*. pump lowed by novelty strap effects in the the room who in turn must continuethe vegetable WE SELL: e WS WT: .; ;
medium grades. The gaiter effect will riming and thus the game con- ------- 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR HAY M '
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shoes and black tinued. THREFOMFN WILL HE HIDES . !
,. abe carried into low < LIVER AND BOWELSCure f
h': and white combinations will\ be re'egived Talking about dates can you guess TRIED WITH 1,100 MEN GRAIN, eo I"
i ill
In men's these dates KK J SELLING: VOTES FURS
with much favor. ,
r>, An office seeking date. Candidate Sick Headache, Constipation, .
the .
toward .
i a'' aVes, the tendency m Pikeville; Three indicted FERTILIZERS. ,
An overflowing date. Inundate.A K\ women | Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad '
cloth button II 0 e WOOL .: -
the top .
JsVer of .
use of in '
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on charges selling; votes I Breath Candy Cathartic.No .
hcart date Cotdate. -
dhaped .
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: ,''boots. _ A fear inspiring/ date. Intimidate. the JaM school election will he tried odds how bad your liver stomach .. SHINGLES, e 0 -..' 1' '. .....:,".'...".1.-":

?:, ; An obliging date. Accommodate. with the 1,100 men accused of having or !bowels; how much your headaches AND I :"_
*..>, STOP TIIE CHILD'S COLDS A date that adjusts and settles. committed fraud at the August prim- how miserable you are fromconstipation ORANGE BOXES. .,. '
J.BEY OFTEN RESULT SERIOUSLY ary. It was alleged in indictmentsthat indigestion, biliousnessand .\. .\ ,.
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Liquidate. O ALL .
I 0 ORANGE WRAPS .
the women sold their votes for ;
"f. An anticipating data. Antedate.A a ( sluggish bowels-you always get '. ;":,
r; \' Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough date that makes aolid. Consoli dollar each. I relief with Cascarets. They immediately e VEGETABLE CRATES O COUNTRY < .\ ,'"' ''
:'a.r children's ailments which need immediate date. cleanse and regulate the stomi ri .:. *"->I\\". ,.

<4: attention The after-effects GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES? i ach, remove the sour, fermenting food CRATE NAILS PB.ODU:' y: aC<. '11',
;)'!ire') often 'roost flerious. Don't take < San bet- Tarpon Boy
fe:," ift5 tt.k"70U don't have to: C. E. Barce, president, Punta Gord land?" Holland. from the liver and carry off the constipated . . . . . . . . ,... ... ... '..... .... .....:. .,
-3 nt.Htlllc" New Discovery checks the FJa., will .open bids Jn July tor'miUconstruction. : What is known as the "prospect waste matter and poison < :" ,
'' Cold : ttoothes: the' Cot1g1, Days the packingand' -Storage mountain T" Montevideo. from the intestines and bowels. A W* srtl field and garden seeds of all kinds. 1i(7
JlnftammationK kills, the Germs and buildings; erect 326(1 foot structure}I What is known as the ":Swift river?" 10-cent box from your druggist will W* give special attention fitting' but hunting and eanpisg'pardse

ff1 a Nature to do her;healingr.work.your install: canning,1;;crating';rand packing Tallapoosa, ,Ala. kep )' .ur' liver 'and bowel. clean; Fr* delivery In city limit*. Phoa No. 11., '- &' 'f rr*

at tXt' '0 Drnggist..'_ Buys bottle equipment, ;ea pari\)',four cars d.U\. LWhat is- known .as, the. " "cat's. stomach sweet and head c,clar for W* are eoaaty'ageata for, (* d fertlll era ,, Ask as ,rfor ,ctrcular i"V ;
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': : . .. : I..I..I . . . . . . bas determined'to have th.' county for ItOO.OO.: whereupon, on H.'C.'$unierdCardga. : **\ 4,11Wat.rs ..... :'!
I' A Carson Oro. Co.
Mr. V.
motion mad and duly seeondeA supplies ,
1 THINGS NEW, AND OLD: and they"rot It. The 'Prohibidor'l Johnson was employed by the boardto to road cans lo.7l SI.o>. )ha
: ways mighty when:;they :' proceed with the work of ...Uln.up 'Waters Carson. Qro. Co..up.. ,
F h :;ifi: Society Notes $ fort to do things.- Information as per hla agreement, to ros Kis same to b. paid out of the publicity Waters tt Carson Oro. Co. sup,, ,
< WISE AND OTHERWISE The opinion prevails among the .I fund to road vans; No. IVj....__ }14. r >, "
fimmea ministers'.that ,the "Taropj Mr. 0:. B. Klmpson appeared before Z. W, Buss, rap sash In Jail ..10' _i
: WITHERSPOON" Tribune. is not beyond redemption the board and asked them to make achan. F IlL William., lumbar, ..,... (..is '
9A t'I' (MattU B.Ue Harris, .Editor.) By w.. B.: ) and the7'are' hoping' to'see. it clear.;: .. In the road where It runs J. B. Owens, maintenance. a._. 10.0S ..*M-\
Th. Methodist ministers here theflnt through lot seventy-two of the Bem. Robert Reldel. con taMes of V .. ,
up thoroughly one of these days aDd Land and In,. Co.'s sub-dlvUlon of sec. tax assessor and collector'.. .( ?":
week mis- 11 :
of the the
attending :: : ''
take a bold stand for the right side of tlon M-H-10. whereupon the board after J. Z. Rob.r.on'drugs r 'Y': < send Items sionary institute of the district proved having ell.cu..ed the advisability ofmaking J.: Z. Robereon drugs jail prls. ..61 "I,' ,1 r
There ,
themselves earnest and Intelligentset. every question. tare indicative matter for Oseeola Journal, vouchersand r
chance
an said passed
F society, nUb U the Editor for pmblicatka b tae! cohnnatp They can be depended'on to do symptoms which form the basis of further consideration. I I Ural printing-----------: .,....' ILK i, .'
400 sub. Jan., .
t r thin hope. One of its recent editorial' Oeoeola Journal !( *.
demonstration *
R K. Evan. 'farm
Report of Mr.
progressive work. ...
effecth'e..r. W. H. Walker rd. wk. >> : '71.10Willis -
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on prohibition-was eminently commendable agent, was read In open Williams, rd. wk;' .
and
Rev. G. S. Davis the Presbyterian / ,?
: iMOMIOMIIMieiOIMOKIMOTHERS' ItMOIOHMIClolMOIOIOIOt" board and ordered filed.
and statesmanlike.We same I I
material. Uasstnirer' . 44T.TSU
minister who has been few --- - ;
spending a Feed bill of prisoners for the monthof ttef '
CLUB MEETI'NO about thirty present in spite of f e weeks in Klssimmee, left Monday noon hope our people will all rememher January was examined and ap- I. H H In Inrrram ram., mule of hire prls.to cotS_.," ''115.10,00,001i I j, '

"v The Mothers' an4 Teachers' Literary Inclement weather. The following for Lakeland. He made friends here that a rich treat awaits them In proved. 1 I J. C. r ,.> ..
a the coming on the eighteenth of Prof, The following. bills were. examinedand Orlffln------------------ 1. . ?
and ,Social club will meet thIs program was rendered: Reading, and showed himself a scholarly gen- : K. 10 ;'
E. Richmond and Rev. W. L. Leisher approved and warrants ordereddrawn 0. R. Hnss! .com. Jan. meetlnv 11.00 ',:#
ITiasvr atternoon'wlttt Mrs. 'J. E, Miss Lola Lawler; reading, M'ss Helen tleman. who ; to_wlt: I IFJ. I Ilvnry McKnlg-ht. bar. en. 1 mo.; ..00
', Lupfer. Tbls! Is the regular businesstneeMog Bars; violin solo! Clyde Harris; Miss Ethel Lee Buxton, of New are to appear at the Presbytsriai Koln Hdw. Co., sup to Jail Ai
vj and all members are urged reading Miss Lottie Lawler. A silver York, who lang in the chautauqua church in the afternoon at 3 and 7:31( H.. L.V. Lesley Lanier, .commissioner com. and mil._- $ IIMIII Kin and courthouse _____________ ..... VMm. ,
I in the under the Jnnle John., maintenance 1.00
.to be, present offering which amounted to five { Wednesday afternoon and evening exhibited evening.of the Florida They come Schoo A. F. UB".. com. and mil. 1200I M,'''. M. Edwards: nurse Mrs.
*' '" dopers, was taken for the benefit of I a tine and highly cultivated! auspices Sunday I Young. Tlndall. com. and mil 2H >ltdW. M. 1'. Graham un____ 1.00 'W'
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-1 1 *. MEETING; OF OIIIOAN8. "I( association and will bring us good F. Walker com and mil Htato Hank of Klsslmme, loan
voice and charming personality.The .
rue society. a J F. Ha"", janitor . . Sd ties' .
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There will be a meeting: of the Ohio Lalnty refreshments of cake and | lecture of the Rev. Adna W. messages. They should have larKs 1 John 1 'av In. aupt poor farm in I'll SlHt 4 ma.frock -of---Klsslmmre.----o------- Int. 1,500.00 40.0:
association at the G. A. K. Feb- audiences.Proceedings. I. H Inxram canJail 1 12 SaT
hall Moore of the Congregational
served. pastor -
fruit salad were --- ]M. Murphv. Judge Co et 2C. tinT (I Paid warrants were ordered cancel
-, ,',3. ruary 19, at 10 a. m. All are requested .. .. .. rhurch of Birmingham, Ala., deliveredat M Murphy Judge Juv ct I 12 f.llJ li-ct from the various funds as follows. -
ed to bring full baskets and tableware. FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. the chautauqua Thursday morning, of the 1* <)M rstrvKt. rlerk-aiid fo'IfI"t (' .- *
1 i' Farmer, eapl ..uard".t"- tan 0(1J. . __ ___ ___ __ II.418.IS
r MRS. BELLE MODI. Pres. Mrs. C II. Allen was the charming was a string of pearls white his lecture i } -M 'rnl revenue --
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< W. Anhton. aunt road itrnd. .f.o' HOIK. fund _ __ _____ H.1T4.48
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;' M. II. PORTER Secretary. hostess of the Five Hundred club the night before on the "Lost I. I. Handy, commlafilons' 21 "2 Fine and forfeiture ___ u. ___ flllt.1'
ti Tuesday afternoon at her home on Art of Living," was full of humor and JommissicpersKlflHlmnipf. R. 1. I.iinfer., communions 1IKI4KMarlon l-nlillt-lty fund -- - ___..__n_ 1&O.OOThe -,
: OSKITO CAMPFIRE GIRLS. I Emmett street. The house was beautifully sound' wisdom. County : H ,'ar"'>11 ('n. ct. POBIM '.' -n, 1' tri-nmiror'H' report showed thefollowing
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i.i- o-ton. rimrd .IS nIl>
The Oskito with their
Campfire girls with flowers and Uhu hnlnm-rs on hand February
decorated last
cut i The special service Sunday M. C. (Jl1b..rt. guard .T. onunk
"" !' guardian, Miss Elizabeth Carson, went I ferns. After the games a dainty lunch- evening at the Presbyterian! church by Fla Feb. 1. 1(415( I .I-. .'x"a. maintenance nun 1. 1S16.
t, !; on a hike Wednesday afternoon. I served Mrs. Allen assist- and The board of county commlKHllincrf i HKS' Ada Lewis, mnlntenniu'e f till. ( ;.-nral fund ._ u.- ___ __ _$ 1RJ.54
the interesting
eon was by young peo tht. I Ham JII on, .Ioca. maintenance 4 on Fine and forfeiture _._ __ _ J.89J.OS
t' i In the Misses Lucile lose In and tor.iHtceola rounty. mt on > -- --
party were I ed by little Miss Lottie Clark. I I creditable to in charge. These above y, { Downing, Norma Griffin Mattie and i Mrs. Kaffsilale won the first prize: ; ''young people are making commendable 1.,1.l y. chairman! ;;; It. V. Lnnler.. A. Kl 1. H Inwrwm. ('0. ct com 211 IO County road _ __ __ _ _ ___ SOS.'SSpiclnl
3 Margaret Stanford, Grace Gilbert, Mrs. Wooabeck received the consolation -I'I'I in their work of train- <"a,,H. Young Tlndall. W. F Wnlkrrcommlmiliiner ,. I J K O.r..t r..l. co. ct. coats 101 15Watera puhllclty _ ____ _ _ 15.1111
'm Ada Louise Simpson Katherine Carry I, progress *; J. 1. Over tre..t. clerk, f'araon (lro t'o. ". S S 11. No. I - _ _ ___ 1. )O.5.
Muriel! I 1 prize, and Miss Powell the guest The minutes of the last r, solar mititInic mule feed 3.1h fitOncnola S S. l P. No.2 -_-- ._.. __n_ I&I.U
j Mary Tiller, Ellen An stead, prize. Those present were Mrs. ing.The audience that greeted Dr. Masters were read and approved Tel C'o.. one mo. rent 3 00Klaslmmee 31141 8 H I p, No. 3 ._ _________ SII.6C
t Prentis, arid Violet Bullock. lioire. Miss Kay Mrs. Rafrsdale, Mrs. last Sunday evening at the Gray- Mr 8 J. Trlpl tl, editor of the St.. Valley ftazette. for H S. 1t. No.4 . 1.KIT.81
Cloud Tribune. came before the Hoard blank to rn ofTlcem,, 33 fvoJ K S H. No 6 ___ _- 4.51
Y BIRTHDAY PARTY.4 II. R. Overstreet Miss Turville Mrs. 1 stone casino was one of the finest seen I nod mated that he did not H|1'1" ar In- S rnO-rhlll. haul f"r.." 4 25 S. K II No.'' G _ 16.08
Woodbeck, Miss Dixon, Mrs. Cadet), recently together in this city and the fore the board at thi-lr last m.lnubccHuae ( H M. Koitem. guard 36 on ,
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z' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller entertained
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I $6.571.60
Mrs. Powell, Mm. Katz: Mias Powell music' furnished by the choirs of the he wa not aware of the fuel o. Tucker. guard -. 350ft' Tutal"
,t i;, rY''! at dinner Monday in celebration that they weie going. in u-t h. i>iintlim K 1. (trot, capt ails i-o con faun The tux r ill\..<,10"'" ri-poit of license
1'j' li, of the eighty-fifth birthday of I Misses Virginia and Angie Makinxon various churches was highly creditable for the M-nr. and stated t ti'nl ,nnth Hobert Haan, mule hire Tn I.in. nhnwed. $Cfo(i T>"> general. i'olli.cti-d and
Mr. Miller's mother. A beautiful and Miss Winona Allen, I considering the short notice for I .- Journal and the Gazette had conxolliliitid. H Steel rep co lirldire 1611 Ifs Ml auto ri>llc.-tvil.
p that tinSt Cl.iu.l New Eden I'lantatlon ('o The lax 4-oll'Ttor'n lu1tax\ reportHliiiuiil
birthday cake baked by Miss Ruth XOTICK TO !MOTHKlt.MAll ) I preparation.Mr. should have part of the ,. 1'lhu..1 ..\ rasp| to road KHMK 11 ?'. I tOt Ml roll, <-"tiTlHrc - i Butler, was a feature of the dinner. I li.terestci! In the Het- C. L. Bandy has accepted the ...k.' mothers of the dihriunl lux list and 'the \- II Stanford thtItoanl.I .. motion for aII..ur"'nl
f The Mm. Caldwell Mrs. I secretaryship Presbyterian the CI Dof I fn up rd en fig 11 I'I I' fur
I i guests were ter" Hiiby CVntrM to be held KelirtiHIV which school is th.- IIIH H i>f 11>ir I. H Farmer, ami ",I. for sup \\tiH niiiili- and ilulv HiTiilKloil. ImardiKllourncil
school moreflourishing
', Addis, Mrs. Sears, Mrs. Kochender- Unit and U.'lrd:: please note I' pi Sunday MiV" H Harris! and 1<; r'A"a; I for r""d gang _ 17 4" to. liii-il" Miin h 1. 1III SAttcHt
"" ::6 fer, Mrs. Bandy of this city and Mrs. I than usual. It has broken "o r n r and Mrs. Hale of Alabama. following) : rules its records for attendance and stead .tal..d that ashen Ihe Irlul! !. !.10hot" ; l U llarnar ,finks! and. afalmiment *- .1 I i. OVKKHTHKKT.: ; ('Jerk.CHICHESTER .
i ( t: I Leper 4Fle All thlldrin In Osccola county o\er I becoming efficient in methodof 111 two pal.p..ts waH iTinile. 'h." II."I rt-conln. 3'o, ; -
4 4 ily more -- -
a a j I UK II' was get I .-n out bj II A.V |i Drew I
pilnllni: Co.
!MIIS. F.VAHOs'rl: hK nix luontliK and IIl"!1. r 4 years of age work. A large class in "Teacher b:xad: : :l. Hi th Januiiiy ", :'Ilrlg.: vol acts of I'O7! blndiliKom :3 '"S" ,

F The mcmberr. of the Young Ladle may be filtered :No entrance fee l" Training" is being conducted by the : i-onxldi-reil In the It I hfiri>r>- to K I I' Itutler wit prix 1111' 1 no(' i s PILLS
Organized Bible clans! of the rresbyterlan reijulri'd. Kntrier: must be made Thursday afternoons.The I Mink a hang would l b.- an iuj\iHtl\(>rto > I John I IUa la, care rn patip. I t "><"
pastor on ,. .. UazetteM'hrreupon. . NI riRAhI1
I II K Ipslni ni f Valley 1 \ lilektvrll. ll rn el .. 20W
church entertained l Moa- ,, withII'B! J. T Hurt-khHlU-r. 2(13( ,. I ,._ ,
weir legislatures of Alabama and on moll of H. V ltinlcr.Hiron II Walker rand work 7 5" .dlo.' A.k r 1O"1el.'n.'
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day evening by Mrs J<;vans at her 1 i 1 H ) an street!, !t>' nail or by parentor Arkansas now in session haw both ,, boiinloled ,'h u rile \\'ak.-r) road work 1 MiArlle C 1'111.' '.r".rr.I. Hr" .nd Yeid. ......lIk
\ to leave the prlntlriK HM It wan I'nilerhlll. road I .. ........
work .
1511 nth 1
R ) home Popslc! avenue, the net :a.'lon guardian on I .
d adopted state-wide laws prohibiting : Kl, ,-n out at the January mtetlnir.Air I. H Ingrain Co c t. rust 4"i. 'On '
tH
4 4 being the regular month.y. nolal for i-xamlnaio.is: will be madeIn the manufacture, or sale of alcoholic t It. II llroik ,-..."..- I.for.tin- 4' F Walker. road work I r o I r.. "tyk.era1.A11. .re'iIi 4I1CMTg"PJAYi

j meeting of the cl&sa. the order In which entries are Kll'l lmnH'
I ltdw "no rd 35 fill I
The evening was very pleanantly Votlce. of the time of appointments the first of July of this year and the ,, unit that If the board would' open Mal I. H. ,,,,,ram. two sup whla con gins 2iM'A' I BY DRUGGISTS EVI.RYtfIIR6Stanford's
9' l I Spent playlcg/ various garies after for examination w'll bentatl latter the first of January, 1910. Thus iMttiHtnet for ahout *(on feet and ,

>e r y .1 which delicious refreshment of hoi I,'d to nil making their entries the! car of progress rolls on and this I KtadiIt.In: that t.nei-tlon that.lt:t would rt-llel. I< \\-r': tinpeople,-ur on. on I

s, chocolate and cake were served. east :No; rlilld! suffering froin any is reason for great rejoicing.We : motion made and dui *erond-d the '' ---

r ;. as ate 01 constitutional! / disease maybe trust the people of Kissimmee board Inmruftfd Mr I. U Farmer tuniak
1 r HIIAK U'.. nEAN CLl'M I entered. Examinations will begin I II *- In vHt tKat Ion I
will give ex-Governor R. B. Glenn of HonV J Fears came before the
'' Mrs. J. W. Prentln delightfully 1'11tertalned at !9 a. Monday! February 22 Two North Carolina a royal welcome and i I boatd. and Mated that In his opinion
mfdals llsijLa in the that It would be Illegal for the board I I Stanford'sHEADQUARTERS
the memberc of the Shukesn .j I hior/.e now on ) hearty Hearing at the Methodist to distribute the publicity fund for ad-

y peroan club last Friday afternoon, at 1 jvatz: window will be given': to theboy church Wednesday night the 17th jn- vertiftlnNT purpoHeH. by prorating aametu

her home on Main street. At the and girl M'orlng highest. Six stant. lie is a great man, a great ) the boards of trade, or In any board otherway.
of the delicious fuller Baby diplomas will also be and suggested that the
' conclusion study refreshments speaker and has a great'Subject. A might" do well to have Home one who FORMEN'S
', ", of sandwiches, wafers, a w a rd ed. I subject that comes close to the heart wan competent, to gel up a booklet
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r tea walnut creams and candled and home of every one of us. The showing" the products from very section
the and send same out and WOMEN'SReady
of county
t grapefrult.were served. Those present LOST-Leather pocketbook with $f 0 I church should be packed with eager an advertising matter came paaaed to

were Mrs. Bert Bryan Mrs Conrad N. Y. draft;; $10 bill and old receipts. hearers. the afternoon .e .lon.

+ Bryan. Mro. Bolce, Mrs. W. L. $5 reward for return to Mack Norris I The is mighty institution Mr John llavla. superintendent of
4 t press a the poor farm, came before the tmard.
Wine, Miss Elizabeth Aultman and 202 Broadway. 8-ltpd but it is significant that the three and stated that some of the .orange Hats Shoes Etc
: Miss Frances Bsy. 1 leading and oldest daily papers in trees on the farm were badly affected -to- Clothing
1I with foot rot, and that It should be
CCC the I ,
+ I Alabam vigorously opposed recently treated same paused to the afternoon Wear

\ TALENT TEAm The QuWne That Dost Not Affect The .MadBecause 1 enacted law for prohibition, and eaglon.

Mrs. 8. W. Lawler was the hostess of Its tonic and laxative effect I.AXA- yet the legislature by a more thantwothirds i, A letter from MrV A.In which Neal Jr he, COME IN AND GET A BARGAIN
+ i': of the Talent Tea of the Methodist TIVH BBOMO QUININE bettrrthan ordinary ,!' majority passed the law. was read In open board. representative -
that tnev n .nd a
Quinine and doe not cauae nervouaoeaa nor insisted
,;. church' last Friday afternoon at her ring-ins In head. Remember the full name and .i Well, this only means that the peopleare I I to Arcadia on Tueadax to nee hla

to ( home on Church street. There were look for tbe sis-nature of B. W. CROVK. asc. mightier than the press and theyPost. 'machine made at and work duly whereupon aecondt-l th on* clerk motion


It wan would Instructed be Impossible to wire for Mr any Neal member that H. C. Stanford Co.

of the board to go.
1 The board took a recess until 2 p. m ,
1I The board met again at 2 p. rn al)
I officers being preaent.
Mr H W Whltneld came before (hi
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board and propoaed to treat, the footrotr - - -
rt ,
r the orange trees at the poor farm, \
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nnd guarantee a cure for $1 00 per
tree; he also gave the board the names .

of treated several footrot.people whereupon for whom, on he motion had ,..........................................._"..........._..... . H

made and duly seconded the clerk wait

report Inatructad to the hoard.,make Inventlgatlon and i AT THE BIG STORE

the
came before
Mr. L. K. Farmer ,
r4'' it l board and made a talk In which he h.m....m.*.**%%m%%**.**%%%%m..mmmm.**%...mm***.**......"..........,.., ;:t'.
I 11 had been reappolntodcaptain ,
\ aid that a* he
I If of the guards and made board
Rupervlnor and purchasing" agent for
NEW ARRIVALOF
the road gang that hr; wanted to do
I the very best work poaalble for the
to ., count!, and that If the entire board
.., would co-operate with him. he felt that
'rimtnrH he could aVe the count) money. for

the Mr.year Charles 1816. :'<1..1. ....m.- before the
board and said that he was very muchIn
need of a. roml, UH '" \\COIIII-IH w<-i.
R..tlllnlC In the coinmiinlty and xhulting
him off from the road to town whereupon GOODSWe
the board having |iretouHlAltreed > SPRING
to open Bald road. for Mr Neal,
Y"A as uff'd him that aft Htton an the roadItanK
could leach It, that It would bedone

4 ____ I Capt. H. A. Hunter came In-fore the
board and dtscuxacd the matter of la-- -
InK roada with c> pr* MM :bl I that If the board would build a
a stated
road from the city limits to the clubhouse 1 have just received; a splendid assortment of Spring and
that he would donate the lumber i
for the blocks and hive: Jlun tea am.1 s Summer materials. We invite you to come and inspect our stock.
of bulldlnR same whereupon ,
Toasties the expense, on motion duly seconded lion. Here are a few of the new arrival' :

"; K.eI.I.ml:;. and was I If appointed he I thought to look It rightto Into

1iJ / proceed with the construction of WOMEN'S SHIRT WAISTS, GIRLS AND WOMEN'S MIDDY

ame.Mr. J f>. Clark appeared before the BLOUSES; ALL STYLES, ALL SIZES.
C .ww.--'I..u .+nn era, board In the Interest of an exhibit at

> the, Midi-Winter and InBlvted fair that at oaceola Orlando county stated Florida Organdie Silks Voile Rice Cloth

should t be represented ; he also wa.going ,
h thai the Hunter and Company
to have an exhibit at said fair
whether the county did or not. CHILDREN'S DRESSES, aU styles and all colon; plaids,
.. secondedby
Upon motion of A. F Eta.
Young Tlndall. the board voted whites, checks; sixes from 2 to 17 years.
having an exhibit, and the clerk .
iKalnat wan Instructed to notify the authoritiesto BOYS' WASH SUITS, sizes from 3 to 10 years.

thv effect.
IV Mr. B. J. O'Qulnn presented a written

post agreement roof for to one take year care and of taake the
\ courthouse
m gii C07 Llmlte4l certain read In open repairs board on same and after which discussIng was- LITTLE "NELL" SUITSFor

; ; rr r..r.r the advisability of having the roofrepaired
the board decided that the
1 ost was so great that It would be Small Girl and Boy; size: 2 to 6 year
letter to have a new roof; and Instructed -
:
Cheery"Good clerk to have an estimateof
the
the cost specifying kind of roofing" All the latest novelties in WOMEN'S FANCY NECKWEARAND

made by someone competent and re- TIES.

meet-Mr.

MorningWhen the board Willie and Williams presented appeared a bill for before lum- Then there are WHITE WASH SKIRTS, washable MORNING ;'

ber. hardware and work bridge on, and the liaaengerOkeechobee the- DRESSES in Crepes and Ginghams.

road to the Ktaslmmee river, and asked
?"'r the board for a warrant to cover same, LADIES' KIMONAS in Crepes
whereupon the clerk was Instructed to 9 8 2 5
the breakfast includes tray a warrant for $447.75 In payment and Silks, .t from. ____________ C to. ;,
uf said bill. ,ot,
The clerk was Instructed to draw the
following warrants, to-wit: r
J. B. Owen, maintenance, "0.00; Mrs. "
M. Edwards, nurse Mrs. U. P. Graham
Toasties I3i00; Mrs. JanIe Johns, maintenance.
Post 18.00; W. H. Walker, road work. '71.50; Dann'sDepartment
Btmte Bank of Klsalmmee. for loan
Y x .t I, ll.fOO and Interest on' same for four "
Ir j months, 140.00. "
i } v' ti 1 Hon W. J. Sears presented organlatlon -
1 and cream of the new school board to the ,
1 board ef commissioners to be filed
which; said organisation was orderedHied. '


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2 THE sUSSIMMEe VALLEYS, A. Modern Woodman' motion -ple- C. F. Johnson' r spent' 'Tuesday' In !>llss'"o .I. Gregory, of ct.el.ad. - : NE."r ', .,j : \.

!t.r.pronef4o. 111 :.) :' tare "reel; 1'The Mq"Wbo, Came Orlando., *- D.:., II spending' a month at the. Gray- I CHURCH NQTICES ; ,\ -J"O. y : .

flyi Back will be ahown at the ,Dixie G. M. Tartar was In,Orlando Tuesday stone hotel ." 111; ,
iI Published! :Every *
i : : : Theater' next': Tuesday, Feb. 16th. OD.buaI..... Prof. R., r. Webbwent Tampa ; 7" The RMt4 hs Issimae.li la" CWwsei.One. 2
i I. ..(rr.: B. HARBU B. Q. VAxa'Aax WWeather Everyone.!should see this picturelt Pearce H. Glasscock spent Wednesday to.spend ,the *:week-end with ,bom.. BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY ti 'w a .

L.-A. Hamilton, who baa :a b'om. in in St.. Cloud., folks and the Lake Shore addition, accompanied Miss Stratum, of ,8C,'Cloud spent present at the marriage O( his sister Cano,,'. class 10 a. m. i "' /backf' -

j : by his, brother T. A. Hamilton, post on4&1':1D the.city,,' . Mrs. Ed car Oliver' of Savannah, Preaching services at 11 a.. m. and .. ; '' 'ai oc

Report; ; master of CoUingwood, Ont- and his .4, T.. 8".1'4",01. Apopka Oa.. formerly' Miss Helen Carton 7The pastor / any: kidney IDa and is looking for aa'
spent the
will
daughter, Miss I Isabel Hamilton, arrived Monday In/the/ city.,' continues her 'f1a1t..ltb''her parents, speak at monwIng e6'eet.i..iJddner: 'medicinebetter: adM'J .

in the'city Wednesday to spend Mr. and Mrs. N.. B. Carson on DroadJ. hour on "Bodily Religion and at pend on the remedy: endor..dy **> ,
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W ft several weeks the Florida Son. A..E., Doneganvisited the Orlando night "Reasons, for Not Following '
enjoying
asedatlj way .
\ tam ." pl. know. Do a'. Kidney rlHs
sunshine. Mr. fair Tuesday, Jesus. Come and hear thepl.Everybody you :
,. Hamilton has Just '
recently -
r. : returned. from an extended trip J. F. O'Berry' went to Sanford Sunday : .' M., Magawnd'daughter'Mte.Magaw , : invited to these services have gin jrsai. aatisfaction ..,each. '" .
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and .
,peratores precipitation of Beaver Falls,, Pa., are .
I and visitors welcomed
through China and Japan. on, a business trip. especially'. cases. Ktsstmms.'citizens testifr:. to
\ as reported by: Government tourist visitors spending a month or '
station at Klsslmmee for the W. E. Nussbaum, t.. L. :P pe. .W: Frank .Westfall made a business more la the city ..' guests at theO PROMINENT SPEAKERS AT this. Here Is a case of it: ,
,. E. Bell and David Richmond, of the trip to Apopka Sunday. ray stone.Mrs. PRESBYTERIAN INSTITUTEProf. Mrs. Sarah E. Bexford.;'Klssiminee,

week ending Feb. 11, 1915: Homestead section, in the western New patterns in Japanese towelingat L. 8. Mattoon of EndlcotL N. ,E.'Richmond and Rev W. I* : say/:,, "My' : daughter suffered' from' l

,I Thursday __ ._ n 77 42 1.20 portion of the county, were in the city the Embroidery: Shop Y.'. spent the week-end' in Klssunmee Leisber will be in Kissimmee Thursday I kidney: weakness for th*"' past fouryears. '

Friday _. ._ __70 44Saturday Tuesday purchasing supplies andtransacting E. Hutchinson, of Davenport, was en route to Ft. Myers.Upon the February, 18; and will hold .a <
[ Sunday school institute at the Pres.byterlan . Trouble with: thekidney: !secretions
___67 60 business. I here Monday on business.Mrs. return trip north aha will stop here :
-- church and 7:80 I -
. at S p. n. caused.much annoyance.JSVe'had :
i Sundya __ __ _63 40 Reed's label bread is pure, healthyand E. G. Farrell, of Rosalie, for some time. Professor Richmond gives illustrated a' '
nourishing. Ask for it. Accept' spent Monday In the city. Ben. A. E. Donegan. B. E. Eland, lectures 'of character doctored'and tried , good Many:
__ a unique ,
Monday -- -- 64 39 no other, H. H. Hunter J. D. Clark and H. E. very 'remedies, but nothing had helped *ter.
A. Thomas, of St. Cloud, was here which type we think has never, been
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i Tuesday -- -- 69 43 W. E. Bell, of St. Lawrence county Tuesday looking a'ter business. Swabey were among the Klsslmmee_ shown In this place. Persons witnessing I gave them to her, as > directed and ?

Wednesday __ ___74 48 people attending the Seminole coun- his work at Tampa say it is removed the trouble.- statement ,,
i New York, has recently purchased a Bnachman.. of Orlando, spent they The
fair in Sanford last week. '
: tract of land on Lake Willson, in the Tuesday In the city on business.' ty exceptionally interesting!! and Impressive. I gave recommending,' Doan's ,,I -
......00..0..0.00. western portion of the county, wherehe Mr. and Mrs. Park Adair of Clin The Sunday school workers of holds '
will an orange grove and L. Plnney of Rosalie, was a vls'torIn ton. S. C.. have arrived for a visit the county: as well as those of the Kidney Pills some years, ago I
411111 IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIII' make other plant improvements.A the city tbe first of tbe week. with Mrs. C. V. Bearden. Mrs Adair town ought to avail themselves of good. I think as highly: of the, remdy -..

, C. F. Hankey. of Petoskey. Mich., was formerly) Miss Rachel Leake of this rare opportunity for enlarging today as ever."

: : THE LOCAL HELD Modern Woodman motion picture was a tourist visitor of the week. this city and has many friend here. I their information and quickening their Price 60c at all dealer. Don' simply
reel "The Man Who Came
snlrits for the work.
t : Jt Back," will be shown at the Dixie I| Judge T. M. Murphy spent Wednesday Joe Butler, who has been surveying ask for a kidney remedy- tDoan' '/
in Orlando attending the fair. in the neighborhood of Narcooaee Other RsmdlM Wo 'that Ir
I Theater next Tuesday, Feb. 16th. I Cure Old Sons. $ Cora.Th : Kidney Pills--the same ,
for two months Wednesday
came over -
I I I Everyone should see this picture. 8-111 I Mr C. E. Hyde and daughter' for several visit here. .worst ee no matter of how Ions fttandlnff Mrs. Rexford had. .Foster-MUbunv,
spent Tuesday In me city shopping.Miss I a days' are cured by ti.* old reliable l>c '
Cypress field boxes for sn!- cheap. Mr. C. F. Hankey of Petoskey, I lie spent Thursday in Orlando at the Porter'. AntlMptle Hellnr Oil. It relieve Co., Props., Buffalo' N. Y y1111111111111 -,
Fairbanks of Kissimmee rsla and Heals at th.a .a.tim4 tac.50c.Hjai,
I Osceola Lumber Furniture Co. 29-tf Mich, is spending a few days in the I I fair.Mr. .
Park, was In the city shopping Mon- =-- m "-' -- '" - -- --- -------
i f city on his regular winter visit. Mr j and Mrs. Clifford: Schaffer left I . .
B or 6 doses 666 will break any case I i I M H 111 M M 11111111'l 1111111111 I '"
rt. Hankey's many friends here deeply i day.Mr. last week for their borne In Idavll'e. ; 11 ,
r of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. sympathize with him in Ova: loss of I] and Mrs. 11. L. Spangler ot'' Ind., after spending several months

\ W. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers his estimable wife, who died about St. Joseph Mo., are tourists in tbe In Klss'meme. Mr. Schaffer was connected -

1 the tree people.: 40-tf three weeks ago. i I city.W. with the Oray>>tone toneorlal CHICKENFEED
For citrus trees see F. H. Lawson S. Nusbaum was up from parlor while here and he and Mrs. .
Don't miss the special dance at the I I
next door to postoffice. 51ti.Ask New St. Cloud hotel Friday evening, Laugh man Tuesday transacting buslueHS. Schaffer made many friends who regretted f' ftTO

for Reds label .
bread. February] All are invited. Admission I their departure.

Sheriff Ingram mad. a buaepe." to gentlemen fifty centw. Ladies Pat Johnston spent Wednesdayand Miss Huby Ellis 1 has gone to -, -

" trip to Tavares, Fla., Monday.Mrs. free. Ice cream and cake fifteen Thursday in Orlando taking in I Gainesville, Oa., to take a post grad-
cents; glass fruit punch ten cents. the" fair. uate-course In music at llrenau co'- We are now grinding bones for chicken fad Make your bens ;
Austin Smith, who has Bern
Good orchestra will furnish the Misses Laura and Llllie Mays, of .1 lege. Miss Kills graduated from
111 In a Tampa hospital. re'urmv music. lay by feeding them food rich ground bone. '
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home this week greatly impiovu.l. St. Cloud, were vls'tlng In the city Hrenau three years ago with high
I Ben R. White has purchased the Mufbduy. i honors and her post graduate course

Don't fall to are our bargains In homestead property of Jim Greer in Misses Daisy and Ethel Johnson, will doubtless add fineness to her
hoes, cut to the core $1 50 and $3, I the western portion of Osceola county of Ijoughmau were recent visitorsin I skill as a musician. While In Drenau The Parlor Market Call Phone 44
now 98c. F. H. Lawson. 8-11 and has erected nice residence there.
a the
the she Is a member of college orchestra .
Rev. Krlcknon, of Sanford, has i He is now planting a seven-acre grove ,, L-lly. playing first cornet. .111 I i M H I II I I I il i I I I I I H .. .1111111111111111 I 11111. r
W. A. Smith, of Lakeland, hasbeen
: been In tbe city this week attendingthe : in oranges, tangerines, grapefruit and I
, Inst'tute. limes. Mr. White is enthusiastic over here during the Duuon-Harrls Friends in the city will regret to
preachers' missionary I
his and he will have shoe Bale. learn that Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Meetch,
Mrs. J. B. Reese and her daughter, prospects says who have been the winter o
one of the show places of the county J. A. McLeod and family, of Live I spending THE
! ,Nra. James M. Johnston, spent Wednesday here, left Thursday night for home. 7
in
a few years. I Oak, Fla., arrived Wednesday for a
in Orlando visiting: the fair. Mrs. Meetch, who has been 111 for several t '
Mr and Mrs. R. K. Alderson. of visit In the city. ,
Mrs. O. M. Cocbrane left Mondayfor months, was considered i in a serious WOMEN OF KISSIHHEE '
Virden, 111., who have been spendingtwo ;
a Visit with friends In Tampa andO Mrs. Canova of Green Cove Springs condition< this week and Mr.
onL months In Florida left fbr them j is visiting the family of bar son, Meetch chartered a special car Thurs- .

home Monday. Tney spent severalweeks ) Capt.: R. G. Canova. day to take her direct to their homein '
You will find the best bargains -(4/
In Kls lmmee, then visited SPECIAL
ever* given In shoes at F. H. Law- lakeland. Tampa, St. Petersburg and Walter and Clyde Nelson spent Harrisburg, Pa. ,
' in Narcoosee and Thurs-
: son's. -ll other plates after which they returned Wednesday
Mr., F. C. Whltthorne. representing to his city and visited a few days day in Orlando at the fair. HOW FRENCH PEOPLE -
vacation Mrs. N.4I''lo4e. N.
After a two weeks' Announcement
the Times-Union of Jacksonville, with their cousin Elbert Sharp and .
W. H. urady is again at the Dann CURE STOMACH TROUBLE .
I
was In the city Tuesday on business. wife on Carson avenue, before leaving I _
department store .
Mr. H. A. Hunter and Mr. and Mis.J I for the North. They were well II
: County Farm Demonstrator Evans A household of the French
O. Clark went to Orlando Wednesday pleased with the climate here. remedy
bas been In attendance the Orlando of '
: peasantry, consisting pure vegetable -
to attend tbe Sub-Troplct1 MidWinter E. B. Morey, manager of the Mun-
fair this week oil and said to wonderful
,
possess
I' Fair. Ker Land Co., at Orange Center, accompanied -
by W. C. Wills, of Ash I Acklas Bass and J. S. Stratton, of merit in the treatment of stomach '
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith motored
liver and intestinal troubles has been '
St. Cloud Were In town Wednesday or
land, Ky., who is planting a
Pttrk) groveat
to Klsslmeme Tuesday returnIng -
\\00. Orange Center, spent yesterday attending transacUDbusln..ss./ introduced in this country by George ;t (
home Thursday. H. who has \
Mayr, for twenty t
to business matters in Kis- Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Llvlng ton are years
Reed's Heine Bakery is clean and simmee, entertaining h's mother Mrs. Living- been one of the leading down-town I. I am now in tne East attending the authentic openings of, thv l, .
druggists of and who himself
sanitary.pies and cakes You get when only you pure call bread for, A Cloud e number of Kissimmee and ston, of Jacksonville. I was cured by:Chicago its use. So quick and large Millinery .on.... When I return I will bring with ..\aI !- "

Reed's. St people have visited the Mid- Mr. R. L.. Seymore. of Oklahoma effective is 11' action that a single I complete line of the newest and latest creations in Millinery,' Salts-; 4

Misses Vivian and Mildred Lee Me Winter fair at Orlando this week, all\ City, is visiting in the city as the dose! is usuall!,. enough to bring pronounced I Coats, Shirtwaists and Dresses.IT .
of whom are loud in their praise of I guest of his old friend, C. H. Allen. relief in the most stubborncases *
spending this week In Atlanta on a the exhibition being shown WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT I..i's .
splendid and who have triedit
.. combined shopping and pleasur. II ip. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and daughter many people
there. Miss Alma were in Sanford last declare they never heard of any I If want the latest dowa4e-themiaate.styles }
'Mr. L. W. Rivers, of Lake City, arrived Sheriff L: H. Ingram went up to week for the Seminole county fair.A. thing to produce such remarkable results , yon newest ,*yon. ',
in Kissimmee Sunday, on a visit Sanford on official business Wednes- in so short a time. It is knownas will do weD to wait until the La Mode opening.

to his son, Dr. T. M. Rivers. day. On his return he stopped ov rand P. Kiaer and have D.been D. Klsfr.visitors of De-of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and can tf / y
fiance Ohio
.. Great bargains. Will sell $3.0.0 i. attended the fair at Orlando the week, registered at 'Manhat- now be had at all leading.drug stores.It Everything in the store at this time, such as Plumes;"Hatii; Trimmings -
and $4.00 shoes at |1.98. F. H which he pronounces a .splendid exhibition is sold with the positive understanding -
;'v Lawson. 8-11 of Florida products.Mrs. tan. that your money will be refunded etc.. reduced to"cost Come in and .... ,

.4, t I" .* i' '< ?Mr. rowers and family are moving N. II. Norris, of the LaMode S. A. Bogus was a visitor at the W. without question or quibbls if ONE MRS. N. H. NORRIS; Broadway K.immee.
B..Helms home in St. Cloud ,
Tuesdayand
'to .lhe John Clarkson place on Vine Millin-iry and Suit Shop, has been out bottle faU.'to give you absolute' .satin
r" 'street. , of the city thia week attending the took in the old. settlers' day pro- faction t
r formal of' the wholesale gram. .
big
1 of New York: openings ..
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Dr. and Mrs. Kelley ,
o millinery houses of 'the eastern mar- 'C. Edgar Havener, of Chicago, wasa
state, are visitors who arrived tvis kets and buying her spring stock of visitor in tbe city this week whi'e II - week for an extended stay In the goods.Dr. making an analysis of soil in this p

city.You Judson Black and wife of I section. .-

get bread that Is bread when Ulchmond, Mich.. arrived several I I Chan. Kllngaman, of Nebraska, andR.

you buy Reed's label bread. days ago for a month's vlrlt with Mr. M. Harvey of Montpelier Vt.,
Several hundred pairs men's, wo- and Mrs. J. W. Prentls and family. | were among the out-of-state visitors ONLY 2 more days ?

men's and children's shoes selling Ir black Is a member of the :\t1Chlan +'i of the week. ,

98c to $1.98. Don't fall to see t' em state board of veterinarians. I Among the visitors registered at ":0. .

before buying. F. H. Lawson. 8-11 H. H. Blanchaine, of Jacksonville, ]I the Manhattan this week are J. B. '" rsvK

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Malchert, of was in the city yesterday looking after i; W<""rs and wife and Newton Reed and t MONDAY NIGHT i
Lake City, Minn., who are making: matters connected with the settling wife of Versailles, Ohio. ;

tour of Florida called on their up of his fathers estate. Mr.l,
Win. Goodrich, on lived in Ki The Gasparilla carnival opens in
former townsman lilanchaine formerly Tampa today (Friday ) and quite a
)
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Carson avenue. inca. but is new proprietor of a prosperous -
this
number of people of county are
The Shoe Sale
business in Jacksonville.Rev. .
Mr. and Mrs. Add1 Story of Bog drug planning to pay it a visit. Big Ends.r

gy Creek lted their relatives Mr. and Mrs. S. O. IJundy, of New of'' W. A. Foss and Bert Ramsey, of

and Mrs. Dan Smith, on Carson avenue York are In the city for a visit Cleveland, 0., were among tbe recent
' Thursday. several weeks. They have been in
visitors here and are now enjoyinga .

W. E. Nnsabaum, of Fostoria, 0., I St.when Cloud leaving for here the past expect month to go and lo''' fishing trip down the lake. Don't fail to attend this great Shoe Stock Reducing Sale. Co *"'

has recently purchased which he a is place develop-on 'Texas for extended stay with Mr. I' Filet embroidery is the newest i Lake Davenport, Bundy's sons. fancy work. It is beautiful, Inexpensive -' Monday Will

I and so easy a child can do it. posi'l'J
ing.C.. W. Ward, with a party composed Rev. S. W. Lawler was called toGreen I See it at the Embroidery Shop. AU week oar store ha been crowded with people w... bought tttt Ilt be t
Cove Springs Sunday night on
."-- of Mrs. R. D. Porter, Miss motored Turville to account of the death of his friend Dr. Sam Lupfer was taken to a sani- not one pur, bat two and three pun for each member of the famil,. 1'/CV your .-'-
and Mr. E. T. Hopkins, for :
tarium In Orlando Monday an
the H dson. Dr. Hudson had occupiedMr chance Shoes
and spent to
Orlando Wednesday get
which
from
operation on Tuesday
day at the fair. \ Lawler'a pulpit at the Methodist be Is The prices ate cut .. .e..r i befo. n. shoes are ,ri.,- .N
rapidly recovering.
chu cn In this city several times and JIrl! Come now while the opportunity is laere. .... .
Marie Huddleston and rO lr-o at less than cost '
Misses will be remembered by many peoplehe E. R. Tomblin, state convict camp
Louise Clark and Messrs. 1. JAd- r4. inspector, was here this week on his ber Monday night the sale dOle. .

ems and J, E. Roberts motored to regular round of inspection and viand
Falls Pa.
of Beaver ,
Mr. Boggs, .
Orlando Sunday on a pleasure!! trip. all the county road camps, whichhe ;;. <
,, was called here last week by the Illness found in excellent condition.J. ONE LOT MEN'S SHOES. Gun "
Metal .
t? Mrs. J. M. WlllBOJ, Jr.. went to of his wife's! mother, Mrs. Ev- --j:69 .

'Tampa Thursday to read a paper on ans, who Is spending the winter in K. Edwards, who spent several Patent Tan; $4 and $5 rsJues ___________ ; }

the Seminole Indians at a meetingof this city and Is located In one of Mrs. months here last winter employed ONE LOT BOYS' SHOES $%.00

tbe Woman's Club of that city. Franklin's cottages. Mrs. Evans Is at the Osceola pharmacy, was up 1:68'.ONE \
andsoo.iuu J>
" Modern Woodman motion picture Improving at this time and Mr. Doggs from Lakeland Monday for a visit Everybody b ------------------------ '. '.
t A has returned home. with fr ends. LOT MEN'S WORK \
SHOES
Came 1.-,
,:- reel, "The Man Who 1 41 .
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$ 3' .0/1
t.. Back" will be shown at the Dixie - $4.00 and$4.50 talna ____________________ ,1:ST. ', .} ..,r
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Tuesday
I Theater next 8-11 C.O ouo o o o oooooo 500 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES; OVI;' <<
'
'J' should see this picture.
;" Everyone ; olo $3.50. $4.00 and $5.OO.alae. _'_ O> 1 .4O '
R. H. Ludlam was at home for a WE FOR LESS-- .CASHJJKNGJUST ------- ----- ., "
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r few days last Week but has gone back IsComing ONE LOT MISSES' SHOES $1., \ .

t/; to Georgia on a business trip. He ex- ARRIVED $Z25 and $2.50 salsa ____________________ 48\' ,'
the first of the .
about
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\:' pacts to return 1 '
:4: ONE LOT SATIN SLIPPERS ;
month to begin the survey of the \ ;; ,) .
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d'" drainage district. $%.50 and $3.00 value asp A. -'
Taft ROMAN SANDALS -------------------- : .-

;FA: lit Miss Ella Lasley and Miss Cynthia 300 PAIRS CHILDRENS' SHOES; ; :98C; t..gJt., ,1\\

..J' f5 Laaley, of Springfield, Ohio, aro vlsll- I $1.50 and $2.00 values 1\ "
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. lag in the city as guests of MM. 8. J. .
MISSES and CHILDREN. ONE LOT LADIES' POOTS .
.,' Souders, corner Beaumont avenue ; \

t '. and Mabbette street. $4.00 and $5.00 alues. ___.::.________________ S tti.98.,. /.....
.
't Backhand This is something new; giVes a dainty: little boot effect with .

!Jrt VMr.- their .father>and Mrs.Capt.Lavellette Buck have return- few, ire and six .Ir... ,- c...a .in Patent Colt and White Kid lined. 'tv 6" "",'s*-'. '-l
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.
'M ,/ ed from a successful ashing, trip near Cesse and see these beaaties in ear window. ./J

:':,''" ti St. Cloud.. vf I... Sixes ran front 6 in Children's to 2 .in Muses'.

<..t. i".t ""TJTIirSwop* cent to OJando.Tnesday AD Edwin Clapp. : 4 Dutton-Harris Shoe Co.Kissinunee j.
5.50
small ponies from -- ----$
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>>tne SwopeponyJtartn, tq.Rlaee them These. are regmUr "d $7.00 .abase, : ,
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on .:exhibit at the SnbTroplcaTTIldqV / -)' ... _,, ". & i ** .

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' ' 'it 'uiey' eonia,'** 'made ML stand. by __ viueterea 'aooat.TVhere I r CM'taval.. ''i'a.T ooV'xi: *'ior: a- man mtruth. :\ GOVERNQJMR4MHEILOS t

.', :.,. ,. "V''" t '" .''''1,f', him, thero.waa.a. 1&1I'', eJaaao.. Onos have, you bidden It T"- demanded - ..,Perhaps yon ar > right." be Added Proceedings of Q .

' \0. 'oJ I he waa of a mind'to heave the basket the 'ehlet, *?t belong* to the to the mutineer.. .*Thert eoold no( I '
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.. II'\ : t.lTfi' over the ran and trust to lack In findtnc ahlb.r' <*,s *. have been a treasure there and escape " <: ( DBLIC 'OUESTl ,

," "., \ Y It Main. i But the thought ton at "Hidden whatr, the sharp eyes of those 'Arabs., Oo the City CouncilKlsalmm ..

his heart.*' He simply could not do ItPerhapsvhe < "The treasure you and the false holy. back to'jour born**.'' These whlte"peo.pIe . t'' Tallahassee, Fla;' Feb; 12. ::Follow.Inu '-J

; 'lAdvei twes' ; could start...a'. revolt, or one took from the forbidden cave!" shall be'mr.guesta UU they.. havsrested up his announced,, intention ,to' ,.

/ win ovet the chief of the village. He "False holy.'oner and are ready to depart.",' **. Fls.. Fb. t,' Uti. make public from time to' time a DUmber -'. ..,

; had known honest men to fall at the "Ajr.wretch! He la Durga Ram the Reluctantly'the men dispersed, and there'Thai- belnsr council. present met In J1.r.lII'ulaI..lon.W, Thompson, of.the' recommendations ..which he J,'.

sight of gold, to fight for It." to commit man who murdered.the king of. Allaha from his hiding place Umballa saw another' president; jr. D. Woodbsck.; a. H. P a. propose to submit to the "UjrUlature-,- ,
Iher. O. 1!'. Krlbb. Roma Thomas,..LewistrBryan. which in April "' 'Governor''
9f t crime for It and.. If-need be to ," convenes
: 11YI any of his achem.. fall,1Dto', piece city attorney and J. B, CUt- \ Trammell state that'' 'he will'make'recommendations
die for. It But the chief waa with his The mutineer laughed and waved There would beno fight at least (or bert city clerk. t i Park the' f ol-' I

1 Y. enemies. Finally he came to the conclusion hts-'hand toward the smoking ruins the present The men, Indeed, had Th* read minutes.and of approved the last; reports meetingswere of lowing subjects: upon ', :': JI

that the only thing to be done of the promontory. hoped to come to actual warfare but I officer w.r* examined and and ordered approved bald): Interest on Public Funds;; ", .

., waa to carry the treaure directly Into "Look for It there" he said "nndjer they could not force war on their chief I I as bill fellow were*: apprO-v.d I "At present interest is required on'

HAROLD UACGRATHFlctor the chiefs) hut aad there await htm. mountains of rock and dirt and sand. without aome good oa"... After all H. R. May. *al. as mayor ___-I 10.00 state funds on deposit the state,receiving -' "

He would bribe the men with htm sufficiently Look for It there! And who is this the sooner the white people were out C. F. Tlson. aal. marshal ___ 75.00 two and one-half per'cent. .

to close their mouths. If Ah 'white man who says the holy one Isfalser1 of the way the better for all con J. Z. Roberson. sal.sal. police treas. ______ 16.4)0 60.00) daily balances. The law should, also
Coleman,
med was on the shore the game was. *\.... cerned. J.A. R.K. Gilbert, aal. clerk _u__ 76.00 require banks to pay interest on dew

up. Bat he swept the mainland with "I say It. you scoundrel! cried the Did J. R. Gilbert aal. dept. coL _u 26.00 posits of county funds. It should "
the leader of thU open mutinyhare __ S6.00
Lewis o'Bryan cty. atty. u ..1110 I r>rovide for counties receiving
J his gace and discovered no sign of .colonel, advancing; but Bruce restrained ulterior design upon the treasure J. W. Thompson ..1. M. C. -_ i 00 bids from the banks for the deposit.'t
O. F. Krlbb. aal. M. C. __ S.OO
.. :; ** from him. him seeing that the situation upon the life of Umbslla? Per Roma Thomas, sal. M. C. _u____ a ooI of the fn"Hs. Thl\c7\ In HIT opinion >> ..',

>>-In, Pfeturt PfoJao- As a matter of fact. Ahmed had arranged had taken an unpleasant and sinister haps. At any rate events so shaped Q. la. Prather ..1. M. O. __ __. 00 would result in the counties derjvinir \'i' ...

ll tt1ftINf-l' apt Co his elephants so that they could"Where trend. themselves as to nullify whatever J.J. I L>,. Woodbeck.. sal. M. C. ___- 8 1.00 60 an income of from $50,00 to \.. .

"Patience colonel; just a little diplomacy plans he had formed In hU gold-dazzled r 'eJf.tH"I\:: \, ro'l; d"Z..d ... 15.00 $75,000 annually from a source now ''
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W. B. Maklnson mds It would be.
producing no revenue.
he
urged. i
\ brain. J. R. Ollbert. clerk, atampa _ 1.26 "
"Hut the man lies!" The colonel was tractable and fell H. N. Bratton mavlno safe ___ 6 00 advisable for cities and towns to also \
of KlsBlmine *. Int.Mra. ION 27 such t policy in handling
Bank <
Rtate inaugurate
QopjrrigM bj Harold If "That may be, Tjut just at present : / ;
aoQ ratalSYNOPSIS. in with Ifathlyn's Idea. It would have N. HrKcro. Hup. prls 2 10 municipal fund" \ %

there seem to be more men standing been nothing short of foolhardlness to ''I State Hank of Klsstmmee pay 83.00,' Agricultural Mechanical and. Domestic
I roll street work I
eI back of him than back of our chief hare openly antagonized the rebellious Citizens Bank of nnun KlHslmme.., I IInl. Science Training In the

I CHAPTER I-Kathljrn liar*. tMllvtn. heo.V'e have no way of getting awarning men. I lien of war. No 1860 . 2.157 19HA Public School"*
Bar father CoL Hare, tn haa Citizens\ Bank of Kl.n. Int 2K
peril aumUM -
.ned her. leaves her home In California to Ahmed. Walt! "You have a plan. Kit but what A A. Wltr. m<1s... for tindpt, 3.25 "It is a source of much gratification

to (a to biro In Allaha. India, Umballa, "Jackal." spoke the chief wralhfully. It?" 1.1'I Dultun-Hnrle Shoe Co mrim* ..... to me to HCC tho (rood "hch: has been
prt ndar to the throne haa Imprisoned "thou Host! for fire department 62 accomplished bv reiuiri"** the elements
"I dare not tell -here. You
the colonel, naoted by the late king as hlaMir. you ft. (,. Ijupf r pt\ tttll H ml rent 2N oo civil
of and
I "Ah! lliou has grown too fat with too excited.! Hut I believe I can lead IjUpfer Ar I'rath.r, "KIIH, ( f fit.na agricultural .. government
Herry F'mlK.-lt.", Hal H<*..It ,": i on to be tn'urht the public
CHAPTER II-Arriving; In Allaha KathIrn I rule. I you to where Umballa him burled the A. J K.'> Iud HH! as. stHKttfe \ 30 00 schools, f-speciallv sinc. I was the author

la Informed by Umballa that her I I "Ay cried the men back of the inutlnout basket. I feel that Umballii fa VatchIng ,, imp-half Mcl.auuhlln.; month Hal so. _"_v fur all II" of the measure which placed this '.

father balna dead she la to be queen andknuat ono.. every move we make And I dare K. H. JohnHtin, 111)) MS Hupt <.r law on our statute bOO' R. I recommend N

& '. forled marry by tho lilro.'prlrsla Hhe that refuses no woman* und Is can In- uhlb." said the chief without losing Bay he hoped-and even water pliant __ Kit 110 I the enactment of a law which
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j vf rul. unmarried. Bhe U given seveo day unyof his natural dignify. "the this mutiny to end In 1nsllgated-1 Will Dtltton: Yati'B., HiirrlH snl Hlunf"nri-iiinii;: : IIKMI-w |> I would provide for the leaching of at

to think U over.CHAPTER man hat betrayed nu;. I net tho lust of He Is alone. So much we can rely for w Hi t W A Jolnci.. ..al. it.. Hupt' .ofK. I and far
III-She still refusrs and Is Bold 111 tlii-lr eyes J Evil presage. Hut upon. Hut If we try to meet him openly I I. I' . - __ __ 1150f.r science as as practical ,
told that she must undergo two ordeala you liavu Havre! the life of my child we nil all lose. Patience for a little N. .I'uraon. .- -....I flr> K. 1. 1"Kil i. mechanical training and lessons in li
with wild bt>..l.. If she survives she will : Jor.lan. lub, at K I. 1'0- 2.611 practical farming in the public schools ,
fc* permitted to rule. and mine, and 1 will] throw my Blrongth I wliilo. There, they are leaving us. .1 <" lluiltlcH.! . nnl I llnenian Bit IIn of the state. p.\

CHAPTER IV-Job.. Bru i-, an AmeriCRAPTER with you They are grumbling, but I do not be-I Vitii K <*lardncr r I0llln: Hal sal. I enK HH AolleolorS K 1. I* 50 75 <
saves bar Ufa "Father can't you see?" asked Kath lieve that means anything serious." "IIHH I'aln latt nt M I. I' 326n ment in Florida's] public schools, in

V-The elsphant which carries lyn. "Now, then, white people" Bald the H c' ""Kl, Ic..by. lab., at K I. I' IN 75 recent years; but I am convinced that \
U I) Knlrmiin. lab at K I. I' 6 I ft. "
her from the scene of lier trials runs "
away, separating her from Bruce and tbe "See what? chief "come to my house. You are W H MaklliMon "0.. llldBf one of the most needful things at

real of the party. "The Inevitable. It was In my heart welcome there now and always. You for K I. I' - - - 3 90 this time in our public school; policy '
J J >HIIII. nhopworkCulf U is H, more practical training for oar
CHAPTER VI She takes refuge In a all the way here that we should meet have this day saved my life and that lU-tlnlnn <'ii.: oil for Kip.Ho. 4 "
ruined temple but tills haven Is the abode with disaster. There is yet time to of child. I FIR Foundry, itrate IIHTSJen. K8.K Z boys and girls. .
.f a lion and she U forced to flee from It, my am grateful. ( Kler <'0" iiids.. K \*. I I' 8 10 The governor recommended enactment
leave here peacefully Inside the hut Kathlyn drew the Osreola Hdw. Co m*M... forK of laws thes subjects '
CHAPTER VII She Onda a retreat _ ____ _ _ _ 10769 upon
the Jungle, only to CeJl Into the hands h'I' nut her pleading fell upon the ears child- toward her and gently pressed Mach I.liroa.P shopwork K 1>. f. 465 the last session of the legislature, and

Slave traders. of a man "how.. treasure mad. He open the tightly clutched lingers. She J R IIllh'rtfrl E.I. IV" _ _ 2931 he is hopeful that action will be. taken ..

CHAPTER VIII-Kathlrn U brought to Have You Hidden Itf Demanded would not listen to reason. Ahmet! plucked the sovereign from the little Harry Clayton, work K. I... P. 4 6 0 upon these subjects at the approaching
thai mart In Allaha and sold to Kverett Cornell, work K. L. P.V. 4 6 0 '
VnbeJla publlo, ....bo. finding her still, InaubBlse4ve the Chief. could- have told Kathlyn that the old pink palm and held it up. The child'* R. Kills, for aup. lab u__ _ 26 2 session. \

throws her into the dungeon withCJIAP'1'1IIR guru stood back of her father pushing father seized It, wondertngly. Kred McJ I.aulhlln. drayaire!mdse.__ 1 6 0

start at once up the coast to the sea. pushing. "Gold! They lied to met I I knew John for O K Christopher K P. __Co._ ____ __ 316.4 Whenever You Need General Tocde

IX Bhe lej reeoued by Bnsoe port. He was waiting on the natlr "He is mad." whispered Bruce, "butwe It!" W. A CUrD. Co. wood n_ _ 1W.1 Take) drove'sThe
wood ._ 01H.4
ftYnte Hank of Kiss
Mad hie frienda. highway for the return of bis master cannot leave him" "Yes," said Bruce. "They did find 1). 41 Wagner. Insurance _n 6I 86 Old Standard Grove's Tasteless

... CHAPTER X-Colonel Hare also U reee quite confident that he would bring the "What would I do without Camon Farmer, Insurance n_ 98H clam Tonic is equally valuable as a
you It here
.ea, UsabaJla, with soldiers, starts Inpurault. the treasure. They brought T W II''.. l>al. con 1':. I* P.Gen. 24868 General Tonic because it contains the ..
Kathlyn la struck by a bullet.CHAPTER bothersome trinkets with him. He John and burled It quickly. And we believe Klec Co. bul. on mach. 1.414 6 0

XI-The fugitive* are given knew nothing of Umballa's exploit: ] I:;rom down the beach the chief's little your little girl knows where. Question Request received from E. 1. Lesleasklnic well and IRON.known tonic It ectson properties the Li9 QUININB ilf. Drives
Shelter In the palace of Bala. Khan.CHAPTER The appalling thunder of the explosions : the permission I to turn theOkeechobve ol.
toddling to ol her"It
girl came group out Malaria] Brriches the Blood and

XII Supplied by camels by worried him. He would wait for excited men. She was clutching something was not an ebsy matter The chile street bulldlnK.(on lot 6 now block faclnicHroadway 11 oC Builds up the W.jolo System. X cents.:

the hoapltabla prince they start for th* just so long; then he would go and in her hand. Her father took was naturally shy, and the presence of S K Ry survey) so as to face Posaleavenue .
- coast, are captured by brigands. UmbeJla was. on motion grantedItecjuest
four: to th* lair of th* bandits seek. her by the arm and pulled her back to all these white-skinned people struck fur representative of thStarneH ..

makej* th* colonel a prisoner and Every village chief has his successor him. Ktflhlyn put her hand upon the her usually babbling tongue with a Htot-k ccimpaiiy for reduction
order* Bruce and Kathlyn killed.CHAPTKR In city HreitAH aMBessed. on tent showwas .
In hope. This Individual was one of child's head, protectlngly. The child species of paralysis. Hut her father dtfifunaed. after which the follow Gutters
XIII-The bandits quarrelovr those who had helped Umballa to her little hand Inx r.'Holutlon. WMB. introduced. by O. KKrlbbs
the money paid them by Umballa gazed up shyly opened was patient and word by word the secret and iinanlmouslv. adopted

and during the confusion Kathlyn and carry the treasure from the cave ; In and disclosed a yellow sovereign. wan dragged out of her. She told Resolved. That In reference to th k ,' Mould In!

Bruoe eonooct_a cape plau and to return rescue to the Allaha.colonel.CHAPTKR .They fact the man who had guided him to The argument between the chief and of the stolen bullock cart of the digging application n reduction of of the tbu Slarnea license company fee for fur a A).

: XIV-Th* colonel Is noml- the cave Itself. He spoke to Umballa his mutinous followers went on. in the sand, of the holy one. 'lent entertainment that It Is the JU prisoner. It Is He said that he understood the holy said Kathlyn the must lure Um ment of the council that It cannot lerally PicKets.r
vtally king, but really m "John, "you speak In some manner they the !i
fixed'
clmnKe the fee by Hnnual
arranged gains to acoeas find a to bride the for palace him. In Kathtjrn dlsgula -- one's plight; for to these yet simple dialect I can understand only a word balla from his retn>at. It" a finally resolution nxInK .license fees

*. and her rescue plans are succeeding minded village folk Umballa was still here and there. Hut listen. Tell the agreed upon that they all return to the ('Compliil wan made reftardlnK. bad '.(
fondltlon of weat Mabbette street ot
throwing when the the court treasury Into confualon.leopards escape the holy one. Their religion was the chief that all we desire Is to be per camp and steal back at once In a account of Improper dralnaKe.. whichwas .

I same. mitted to depart In peace later" she roundabout way. They would come referred to the street committeefor

I CHAPTER and Bruce XV-reacu Durlnsr* Kethl the }-.10'.. and Ramabal hei- "Holy one," he said, "we can best added, significantly. sufficiently armed Later the chief Mr iirfimut Van der attention Meersch asked that theatreet I

father, and th party steals away; from your enemies who follow." "What's upT" could pretend to be walking with his to city leadtnK limits to as clubhouse present. be condltioiiB repaired 1 ;
"
"How, eagerly."Yonder "The child has a coin-a British child. make It almost ImpuHsable On motion
CHAPTER XVI-Th* colonel hear* thai I'eferrecl to street. committee -
jbls youna-er daughter Winnie, la about Is the chiefs bullock cart sovereign-In her hand. She knows So while Umballa stole forth from same Also wivs complaint of H. I>. Urlgjfersas

to arrive In Allaha. Th* party Journeys I will find the bullocks." certain to weat HiiKhey street.Mr .
myself
reasonably
1IoIok to Allah Winnie arrives before where XTmballa haa secreted the treas> his hiding place
W J Sears met with .council
:. do and walks Dto.J trap prepared "What then?" ure. Since father cannot be budged asking reduction In water rate charfrec OUR PICKETS ARE OUT
Umballa
that bis had
her by Umballa. .. Is crownedeun. enemies gone,
"We shall be the south before for school purposes, which was, 01
on way from his purpose, let us try deceit. Ton
Kathlyn and her father attend laolaguls
and made
got together his mutineers motion, referred to water committee
aad make thlr presenoe known the others land" speak to the chief while I explain: to with power to act.Mr. on the best fences In town because
to Ibe terrified g rL "An extra: handful of gold for you! father." arrangements with them to help him J. K Davis asked. that councl hey look best and wear best. In
the treasure that night, the allow certain alterations In Limit< fact
carry away this applies to all our Lumber
CHAPTER JL VII-KathlJ'D. la disguise Get the oars out! Let us hurry To
the chief Bruce said: "The treasure the atreet, which was on motion referred '
nlns admission to Winnie's room, Uslaoovrd rightful owners were directed to and
"More holy these men will 10 city attorney and street committee
one; Is
evidently lost So after a short
by Umballa who orders that broken stick In the damp sand. Tor Investigation.Mr. .
t
ab. be offered as a Marine to the sod Obey me." rest, we shall return to our caravan Van der Meersch presented BUILDING MATERIAL* .'
Umballa and his :
Juggernaut She Is rsoud by the colored That night, when lead- .
claim for repairs on electric line
., %ad Ills friends.CHAPTER' . 1 "They .haJJ,all be well paid, and depart. We do not wish to be the men arrived, a hole In the sand greeted Inllr to clubhouse which was on motion To buy anything In these llDe.\J\ .

YL.: : Umballa' had reached the point cause of trouble between you and jour like mouth referred to city attorney: for reply.) without obtaining our prices ; .
: XVIII-Kathlyn, disguised them. It was shaped a The clerk waa authorised to cancel .
.' f M an animal trainer, take* part la m pub. where he' could not plan without people." opened In laughter. tax sale certificates NOB. 14, 67. 60; also. mean not only a loss In money, but r.iJi
-:. lie exhibition. rvals her Identity to the treachery. He proposed to carry the "But sahib they have the gold!" i .xecutlon No. 47 for personal tax. for a loss In the quality] as well to ,.ou. ::.
,people and rescues her sl.ter.CMAPTER : 117000, aa per check presented hy ad- Any good carpenter will endorse this. :
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basket into the jungle somewhere "The false holy one doubtless gave : CHAPTER XXVI. UBter for bankrupt the sameimountinR 'i.
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XDC-Kathlyn. Winnie. their i i'f bury It, and make way with every man hem that before the explosion.: ] Bruce I to 12 fio, leSH 0"tkhR face ol '
father and Bruo find a hiding place In Ended Troubles. above certificates and executions
Uie. home of Ramabal. Th la tier's wife. who knew the secret; then at the aid hold of his arm In a friendly fash- There belnif no further b.uslnens.. . the .' 11
....dit&, Is the lawful queen of Allaha, proper time he would return for It Ion. apparently but In reality as a It was Ahmed's suggestion that ouncll adjourned to meet 'In regular
nd. public sentiment la her favor IsStrewing. they In turn should bury the filigree session Tuesday. March 2. at 7 SO I'. m May Lumber Co.
Th people at last weary ot with a brave caravan his own men, or warning "All we want li a slight rest J. W. THOMPSON. .
Cmballa'* misrule, rise against him basket. -He reasoned; that If they attempted President..
those whose loyalty he could repurchase. In your house. After that we shall .
.rltsi Ramabal at their head and Bruce to prcc--Jlth It they would J. R. OII, EBT. Clerk. IL R. May, Manager. {
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and the colonel lighting under htm. Th* proceed upon our journey
..skills. at Bret are defeated, but Kathlyn's The landing was made the basket The mutineers could offer no reason be followed and sooner or later set -- ---------- Phone 21 Klsslmn.eo, ..... .
UsaelT eppareno Inspire them and the by Umballa and the men he had CARUSO GIVES COAT .
time turns In their favor. conveyed to the bullock cart which able objections to this and signified upon ,
from the village chief. The TO BREAD LINE MAN
was emptied'Of Its bait and leopard hat it was all one to them so long aa won away .

Uftd CH.AUTJIIR Kathlyn XX-The aks arena lions escape trap; the bullocks were brought out I poor fishermen were gold mad and at New York.-Enrico Caruso went j
In
safety a deserted ;
accountable for what they
; bouse. She Is discovered by Umballa, and harnessed-all this activity before present not int into the snow to see the string
Who Is fleeing with the rebels. Mad forvnge did planned to do. He advanced that
or if 2,461 which stretched
the fishing boats had covered half the I persons
!* h* acts nr* to th* bou- Umballa would have difficulty In Hotel Knicker-
distance."I no I II 'rom the rear of the If YOU Are j

-CHAPTER XXI-BaeapIng from that murmured Umballa.He I rousing them to the pitch of murder. ockcr to Bryant park Some had
_gr poison next threatens, but a see light. Umballa would have at his beck and oats, but most had not, and the
!" '...l.acrlftc.. himself and saves KatUKamabal tried to act coolly but when be
uapotd that armed things on the feet of many were but
has long call no ]less than twenty men
..;r,: real king did not die a* was anfcounotd. spoke his voice cracked and the blood ruthless. Some seventy miles makeshifts for shoes. t
and
\Vlth th* assistance of Bruo* In his throat nigh suffocated him. One man .n particular who seemed
and Hare h* finds the klnc where be bad beyond was Hrltlnh territory and THINKING OF BUILDING A
holyone! bout to the tenor'sye
keen Imprisoned by Umballa and **- "Band collapse, caught
eorts him. to the palace.CHAPTER "Well what of sand ?" wherever there was nrltlsh territory nnd after Caruso had pone bark HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET .'
there were Mrltlsh soldiers. With I La his hotel he sent out hid valet
XXII Umballa sneakc "You can dig and cover up things In ,
:" back: to th* city. and. with th* assistance sand and no one can possibly tell. The them they would return leaving the who carefully put on the waiting man ME FIGURES WITH YOU. 1

....' of a woman of the harem, murders women in safety behind. he coat that the singer 'had worn.
the old king. It Is arranged to have sand tells nothing. "The commissioner there will object He also gave 100 dimes to a police
( undlta crowned queen but Umballaawcum They drove the bullocks forward I AM PREPARED TO FUO-
th* support of th* priesthood returns ," said the colonel. with absolute power, mercilessly till they ('au10 what Um the Then he
to the palace Ahmed. "The t to most needy. NISH J
"No sahib, replied PLANS AND ESTIMATES '
and Imprisons Kathlyn. Winnie. Hare and balla considered a suitable spot. A ailed up the Metropolitan opera
in the world
Bruce. memsahlb has right
pit was dug. but not before Umbnlla every house, whereupon the superintendent AT ROCK BOTTOM (
.
ln :
CHAPTER XXIlI-Kathlyn! I* a to this treasure. You possess the documents
,, MnUmballa's accompliceeonfrasea had taken from the basket enough sent over for twenty men to shovel

.) crowned a and tho villain Is sent to the gold to set the men wild. They wore to prove it, and nothing more I I snow nt twenty-five cents an hour. PRICES.
treadmill. The late kins leaves a UI- would be necessary to the commission -- - --- -
linnn-tise treasureo his. He smiled Inwardly to think how
rb..kt>t containing Another steam railroad is being
' Kathlvn.. They start out 10 find It. 1 pnsily they could have liad all of It! er. lertrili.'d in Jnpnn. Twelve electric
..< t'mbitlla Is ri'd - Bruce "we '
. Afi-r they leave the rtly "nut Ahmed Interposed ,
.. by lhe pr', .'. unh t'"- promlsi. They Were Btill honest.Th locomotives will be used to haul the
\. Ultimate< fr..uJum U lie oecurcs the I' ''..U'I. .. Fiuid was smoothed down orer are none of us British subjects""What I ruins 0\ er the mountain railroads at W.H.ARNOLDContractor
difference will that make sa-
'... lire ,, the bai-k< t It would not have been ; IJsui-Tuge.

t CHAPTER XXIV Vnibnlla ouf rlj|>r, ,, for the human to dlbcover nlbT"
possible eje - - - -- -
ICathlyti and her frlentls In tho ru.u fur i "Quite enough. England la not In and Builder
the Hi'ot' without a perfect range Umb.illu -
\ft. the treasure.CHAPTKR. the habit of protecting anybody but TAKES OFF DANDRUFF.
drove down broken stick directly "
a K1SSIMMEE FLA
XXV-T'mbnlln buries the her own subjects. We should probably HAIR STOPS FALLINGS
I but It Is discovered by Katl.i., n over where the basket lay. He

,..... treasure aqd her,part,.. I bud beaten them ; they would find be hold up till everything was there verified would your Hair (;iet a 25 rent Hot tic 124 Sumner St. Phone 26&.
at Allaha and the priests
'CHAPTER t XXVI-The treasure Is distributed nothing Now to rid himself of these ; of Dandcrinc riirrit::: now-Also!

.: to the poor of Alluho, Umbaltfothlng I simple] fools who trusted him. not hefeltate to charge ua with forgery stops iUhinc calp.I .
I what else. Let us
and heaven knows
,
The man who longed to become the I The Treasure Is Found. 1: .
"' more to bo said, and chief's successor was then played upon' bury the basket by all means; return Thin brittle] colorless and scrnRgy::: ::: ... _
I -
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'Druce signed to the boatmen to Blurt."It by I'mballa: to sot the two factions at the white people departed. They had for Ifnnd carry It away by piecemeal.To I hair is mute evidence of u neglected::: I
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had not come up! it is In bulk sC/llp--of dundruff-that awful scurf
only this breeze their carry It away as i
each other's throat; a perfeit elimination. I caum'd ftioufch damage by appearance
3 & caught him before he be suicide." 1 There is nothing so destructive to I ,
have
"We could bo that It was would courting C.W.GR1FF1N
Umballa advised him to rouse and It might
& the hair as dandruff It robs the hair |
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tnada shore. his friends, declare that the white people : through their agency that the promontory t I Ahmed scratched his chin. Trust a : of its lustre, its strength and its very j'

'. Umballa paced the deck of tbe sloop had taken the gold away from the was all but destroyed. The while man for logic. life; eventually producing a feverishness I'I .
and planning. lie safe his a8'' for -weeks j "And besides," went on Bruce "the Staple and FancyGROCERIES
thinking holy man, to whom It bilongeil Hah would be driven away and itching of the scalp which
enemies leaving In the rescued boats.HsxThe agent. And what would the fierce gun runners news would go all over the Orient and I if not remedied causes' the hair roots!

delayed them long enough T As'matters Thus, In this peaceful fishermen's say when they found oat that their I,, the Thugs would come like flies scent to shrink, loosen and die-then the

stood, he could not carry away village began the'old game of gold and stores bad gone up in flame and ing bone,.. No; this must be kept secret hair falls,out fast. A little Dsnderlne :

/* the.treasure.. He must have help, an politics, for the two ore Inseparable.Umballa smoke? Al, al! What would they do If we care to get away with It It tonight--now-any time-will surely* \ ) '

&vi: armed force of men be could trust. On In hiding watched the contest but beat them and torture them for cannot be worth less than a .million. save your hair. .'

'"the mainland were Ahmed and the loyal gleefully. He witnessed the rival permitting any one to enter the caveT And rye known white men who would Get a 25 from cent bottle drug of tore.Knowlton'sOanderlne You Free DcHverV to all PajtsJ.
any
keepers r "behind wer three men approach his chief saw the angrygestures "When these men come" answeredthe cut oar throat for a handful of rue surely can have beautiful hair and Iota

Who (wanted-his .life as he wanted exchanged: and knew that dissension .. chief, with a dry smile, "I will deal of, it if you will Just try a little Danderine. -

theirs. sThe onlr hope" be"had' lay" Ini had begun. The men o< the ; with them. None of us .has entered (To De Continued Next Week.) .Save your hair I Try. it!.
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V Orlando,'Fla..Charles.P. Dow, the .' 1 ILia, Cro H. ,.with.Abbahlmost L ....t,;' .t "
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mRICH COUNTRY ,
Jau.baD4I.ia.La .
FRESH[ REPORTS OF PROGRESS has'originated'a smiqtM. 141.ato''ad- patient ,
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To. ,MARKET FROM THE ADVANCING '" :.. . ..nl.. citrus fruit Ha bad erected haa been granted divorce
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OF FLORIDA. D"W \ t t'
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( PRIPP.) articles published that a tare cement vase, overflowing with stepped ever to a neighbor's. to
7 Who among Floridians has not journal had to do ,with fertilising the olden and above MI cards her husband to keep the coffeo bet', \
Cars moved last week......,,.._, 934 Btad.ntown.t.ncl West Coast heard the dingdong sing-songs,about soil--how i to use stable manure and written oranges]' "Free,. eat all a 'Abdolla'wa a faithful husband ...

Cars'moved week before la.t991 Railway now has I forty-six. miles of the,"rich" soil of the "corn country" other, fertilizers how to plant. and and, carry, on.'a_,.,',>We :believe in ,kept the coffee, hot eight year. ,:He
'.Total cars to last Saturday __.U, 77 track completed, from Bradentowneast {middle .west. ), and the "poorness of plow under legume crops etc. I the superiority of county pro. went about hit work as aanal and Mid

to within six miles of Arcadia Florida land!? :Only a month ago In Kissimmee; I dactl1..,..made Oran by>F. D. 'nothing. .Then'It''cam ;to.him.. that,
6.e. Jacksonville'Fla-There. is very the eastern terminus, which is fifty- Numberless human phonographs was talking with a middle west and I Gore. Many :favorable' commentswere he bad been deserted. and to be made' t
little change. in the citrus market conk two miles from Bradentown. walk abroad in the land who are farm-reared young man-Oklahoma I heard ''on-this original and appropriate application for divorce. F,
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ditions. Small sizes grapefruit still . "wound up" on these two topics. To and Iowa. H. on me the ancient advertisement and the tour- "i
Is In fair demand and bringipg fair Miami.-Florida East Coast Railway these persons and.to those who would tale about sprang not using fertilizer. .ate admire and accept the cordial in. IF TOUR CHILD IS CROSa/', e.

prices. Larger sized grapefruit and has bought land at Buena Vista, listen needingly to them, are submitted "back home," etc. I let him rambleon. vitatlorr to enjoy some of the best FEVERISH CONSTIPATED
oranges are moving slowly with onlya near Miami, and expects to begin workon some tatistlcs published by Uncle fruit raised in the state. ,. '
fair demand and at prices low. yard extension soon. Sam's census bureau and by his department turned
* e of agriculture.In Presently I the conversationto NOTE OF' THANKS. ,Look Mother! If'toagao Heated.,
Stark-Plans to organize the St. stable manure and how best to bowels "CaB. ; 4
1910 Uncle Sam "took" a cen- \Mra. J. D. Smith wishes to extend clean Hllle with .k ;
BERRY SEASON Johna and Southwestern Ry. Co. are sus of all agricultural and horticultural conserve and use it. -her sincere thanks to the friends and fornla Syrup of Flga." ,
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in progress, with the idea of buildingat produced in his domainin My friend told me how they did it
crops to the members of the Order of Odd _I' r.
least nine mile line out of Starke. "back home l
a 1909. winding up by tellingme .
Fellows and those of the local O. A.
040 how he and his father would Mothers can rest eaey'aftsr'glvtnt"California .,
The value acre (all lumped to-
ABIGSUCCESSSPlant per R who kind to her during ,
Harbor.-Mutual & Power post, were so "
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Safety Ry. ; of because in
gether and( an average arrived at) for spread stable manure "ankle deep"on her bereavement. Syrup Fig, 1.
Co. has filed incorporation; ciptal the whole United States was $16.30. snow on a field and let it lie until recent r a few hours all the clogged-up '... */. .

City, Fla.-Strawberry ship- $15,000. 4,4Clearwater.West The value per acre (average) in spring; and he ended by exclaiming: Illinois j__________!____________ 14.STMinnesota sour bile and fermenting; food gently; .
Florida alone was $21.541! "My! How that would grow po- 14.** moves oat of the bowel., and.you have.
ments are gradually increasing and Coast hospital tatoes!I" Missouri: __:::::::::::::::::::= 1S.Z child agin. ', ' '
Florida's value eleventh in .a well playful ,
are heavier than last week. The total let contract at $20,378 to J. D. Kennedy acre was Nebraska _____________________. 10.8 stake
shipments from here last week were Tampa, Fla..to erect building the list, and not one of the states in "Of course it would, I replied; Oklahoma ----- 10.0 Sick children needn't. be:coaxed to,
the terriffically' "rich soil" corn coun- "and that would grow potatoes in South Dakota-------------_.... S.4.No.th this harmless "fruit laxative."! "jj
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Which! netted the
42,462 quarts, growers Dakota ________________. Sit '
r $9,868 f. o. b. platform. These Sarasota.-Palms hotel will improve try of the north had a higher acre Florida-or anywhere" else that has Kansas ______-_____._--_.___,-_ '1.00Kans.a Millions of mothers keep It handy because
value! any sunshii e. Then I told him several .its the v
price are much better than prices structure. however, was afflicted by a they know action on j.,
received during the same period last 4 ". 4 In fact, the highest "rich soil" orn- things. stomach, fiver and bowels. is s prompt 1
but it had ..
drought only flff.60
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Fort Bros. will Note that 4
MYl'rs.-Tonnelier four of the ten states '
for the corresponding week was country state (Ohio) was twenty- and sure '
year erect business: block on Hendry street In having acre values 'higher than Florida's acre for. the previous .year when conditions -- *
as heavy as last season for the same 44 sixth this, list of values18.831! were O. K. Ask :your druggist for a 60-cenhot- 4>

period. The average price for last Sanford-R. D. Waring, Kisnimmee J Illinois was next and twentyninth$17.83. Note are, too southern that farmers states. in Massa- What la the answer to Florida's U. of "California Syrup of ', Figs,"\ 4 ., n

year for the corespondmg week was Fla., is reported to erect hotel; brickor chusetts, Rhode Island Connecticut $21.54 and $17.85 averages as againstthe which contains directions for,babies,> ',
sixteen cents, while.last; week' prices The list is printed below. See what children of all and forrgrow -.
concrete; cost $80,000 to $100,000; poor showing the middle west's"rich ages '
and New also in .
Iowa Missouri Nebraska Jersey some
ranged from fifteen to thirty-two and Kansas way [ soil ?" '
cents with a general average of twen- plans in .progress.Miami. 4 4 values were. Down down, down! enormously! "have something on" the ups. *
Shades of bounteous Ceres, What farmers in the "unfertilized" and '>
ty-three oonts per quart. Shipmentsby .-Frank B Shutts of Shutts - . 1 <
days for last week are as follows: Smith & Bowen will be president of was the matter? What is tba an- "rich soil" middle west. ,1n
Amount to swer? That ii not all. Uncle Sam compiles ,
nay Quarts bank being organized; reported .
Frldsy __ u__ 3.)KM } BUill erect nine-story reinforced concrete Are Florida farmers more indus statistics every year on this country's Spineless -
Saturday II.H2o 440 Z.9RO l.TfcS 00 c" building at Avenue C and Twelfth trious than middle west farmers ? The twelve leading crops-corn, wheat, I

TuefcdayWednendny Monday -_' 14 7:0X0 S:OUT no street. latter would laugh at the idea. oats, barley, rye buckwheat, potatoes, .
_ _ &BOB 112 "0Th..rajlaf 4 * Are Florida farmers more proficientin hay flaxseed, cotton, rice and tobacco. I
_________ .! 0 991.611 St. Peter burlrD. T. Utley will agriculture? Again the laugh. Last year ((1913)), the combined r r

Total. ____.__--_____42,44- ,l> linTtesday erect apartment house on First ave- Is middle\ west soil "poorer" than value per acre (averaged) of these Cactus ?
26, with 14,080' north between Sixth and Seventh Florida soil? Great laughter crops in Florida was $17.85. Again ,,
January nue 7
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Here is th. list. "Figger It out. something seems in the mid I 4 ''J
quart* was the record day for anyyear streets; two stories. W1'onf 1 > I '
this early in the season.! The 404Miami.Clty I. Ma snitch uartta u.u f 41.Itt dle weed for of its states
berry. receipts for the week would will grade and pave .. Rhode' Island.----------- 36 40 (0S troth behind Florida-despite Florida's Luther Burbank's Latest Triumph,:
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have been much heavier but for the Ninth street from Avenue M to South 4 New Jersey -u'U__ ..._ 33.It fruit crops are not counted in its acre "
If the growers are Riv drive with Miami rock; width 5. South Carolina u___. u 1846 value: A POSITIVE GUARANTEE0 ,4 r'
rainy.;jveather. thirty-one feet distance 1,050 feet. 6. Arlsona -_ --._ .__nh nU 2641 Florida _ __________ ___ 17.SI .. .
fair weather it will im- ; uu --- --
favored with 04 7 Utah _u__-_-_ u- u_ __ -n 13.II Indiana .. __. 17 SI '
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: the quality. 5. MlB.lllBlppI 22.69 Iowa __ _____ ,
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prov let contract : -p -- nnh Aa to and 'JI'R1ITI1"P.VAJUm
Manatee.-City to pave 8: North Carol---------------l ::: : : : It 21 Michigan 18.1SEEDS crop yield> we agreeto V
Tha total shipments from Plant City streets and construct sewer and water 10. Georgia __unn-____u ___ 21.SO -nnhnuuh MARKET YOUR OUTPUTon We also bare toe Immediate':'' .'
for has been
!pie: past present season II. rl.rtd.ex1.M
1152 quarts. The growers have systems; $40,000 bonds authorized for 12. Kentucky _-. ____ u-_ *0.82 a reasonable oonunUalon. shipment a few af the;eaetceat ,' ,
street paving. 18 N.-w York _____ ____ 2080 table ofrul"- ''
-- uu .varieties
realized $31,015.08; last season to the * 14. Washington ___ __ 10.61 100 alaba, properly planted and wbtch'a'
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same date 147,612 qilarts had been San Antonio.-City let contract to 15 Maryland 20 S4 Mr. Burbank deeerib** ,;. a
which netted the mile five-foot 15.: California ::::::::::::::::: 20:81 cared for as per our Instructionswill flavor e pineapple. ;
shipped growers lay three-quarters cement 17 LouUlann ________ ___ 20 l< esrast ., s
-- --- produce enough to plant and the .. The rrls
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$34,464.52, making the present season sidewalks. 18. Arkansas ____ ___ 10.14 1
only $3,349.44 behind while the cropis * 4Tampa.City 10 Virginia ___unnnnh.nu_ __ 20 II acre or more In twelve months. eon and yellow fruit at 4O.OO
short 32,120 quarts. This shows %0. Maine ____unnnu_____ 1930 We carry all the leading varietiesof each, .and the .white .a*:93JVO a'
will construct sheet- __ Our price to on these fleet
how much better prices have been dur- cement sidewalks Howard, Snow 21 22. I/elawars Idaho p n_ __unn____ 19 U.6'3II Farm, Field and Garden Seed that ,. yon each, by parcel, poet prepaid. CIa .,
<*.*. ing the present season.-The Packer. Rome and on other 23 New Hampshire? n _____-nn nn_ 19 tl have been tested and known to be 100 slab of forage variettoe, receipt of caabw .L; .t ; t
Michigan
444Ocala.Company avenues. %4. Pennsylvania _nunn 18 0M. adapted to this soil and climate. Wean to advertise them. .. fBO.OO f. Write us today. Be oats of the 5 ,
Alabama _____.____ ___. 1887 '
will be incorpo- 26. Ohio ___nUunn-- -- 1888 fill your order immediately for o, b. Tampa. We are _Ulne.thl earliest beginners Florida of _
FLORIDA IS SENDING rated with $10,000 to establish plantto 27. OrKon' --_______-_____---- 1864 new crop of all varieties of the production of:;:one *8. Vermont __________._______ 18 17 ,. variety now at '1.00 each and't(
manufacture soap; initial capacity ___ ___ moat valuable forage crops ,
17 81
19. Illinois
FINE CATTLE NORTH 1,000 cases per month. 30 Weil Virginia nnnrnn______n_____ 17 87 Seed Beams, Seed Potatoes, English and until South Florida la well .which bringing larger returns b?
* 31. Colorado ____nunn__ 1762 Peas Cucumber supplied the market> should not by far t.baDI'. other crop,la,
Orlando. Florida Citrus Extract 32 Michigan __n___'__________ 17 82 Tomato, '
What Is conceded to 33. Indiana _____ ___ 17.07 fall much If any, below this California today }':. : s
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Trenton.- Co., will manufacture grapefruit s'- 34 Tennessee .nnnn____ 17 O6 Pepper Seed, Etc. lip..... Write for, Illustrated'pamphlet 0 '
be the finest carload of beef rattle, -up for cold drinks; probably fifty tome 35 Wlironsln unnnnn___nn_________ 16.7T I 1 __ __ __ r),} '-. .
... Florida cattle at that that has ever hundred gallons daily; also contemplate 3<. Texas ______________..______ 6.62 Seed Cora, Seed Oat, Seed Barley,' u VI' "....-
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f been seen In this state or any other making jellies and marma 37 3d. Iowa Montana--___u._____--_________ 14) 94 Millet, Sorghum Seed, Etc. PRODUCTS' CO .
I,,'", state, was shipped out of Trenton lades. 89. Nevada _________--__- _-__ 1473 BURBANK : :; ;,
: this week consigned to the Armour 040 40 Missouri _--___--________-- 14 26 Rhode Grass Seed 1
Newberry. Chevcs Bros., will build 41. New Mexico' _n___---______ 17 Hahn A Morris 310 Citirens'Bank 8ufdtng'Tailpa ,'Fliai; \ ,
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Packing company. 43 Minnesota --___--___--_____ 11.81 Natal Grass Seed : ., .
The cattle had been fattened ac- cold storage plant for meat; quip 43 Wyoming __ 12.46 -
--n.h THIS OFFER GOOD FOH TEN DAYS
feed trial with Circulating! brine system supplemented 44. North Dakota __ _________ 11.35 Stock i ;ONI.Y.
cording to the experimental i h Complete of garden and field .
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46. Nebraska ,______ ______ 11.19 -- - +
of Wade ft Bell the shippers, and with cooling process which 48. Oklahoma ,_____nn______-__ 111.96 seeds, poultry feed and supplies, in- y
some of the'animal are so! ,fat that provides for storage of two tons of 47. Kansa. __.____.__n_______ 10.sl cubators.etc. .
+ It took nearly two, hours to drive ice, # w 4$. South Dakota _______,,.,,,_-,__ 10.1T Write for'our spring catalogue and j .. ' ? '.' 1t ,4

them a distance of only tbre, -quarf. Jacksonville! +Southern Cattle Co. "They, don't use fertilizer In the weekly price list on poultry feed; eta '" '

d' .tore of a mile, purchased Union stockyards and will north." Some may give that as an Oldest established and 'largest seed.

( Twenty head of these cattle weigh construct $25,000 abattoir. ,* answer. house in Florida. ..
'20,000 pounds while the other eight * Tell that to-well-the marines. .
head Up the beam at 900 lbs. each. Dunedln.-A. E. Batchelder will For I worked a long time (years) onan E. A MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo. The fthe'w6rld.

This makes the eighth carload of cattle erect 40x80 foot garage; frame; iron agricultural weekly publication in 206 East Bay St. eyes

shipped out of Trenton since December covered; cement floor. Chicago. About one-fourth of the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I"1}

by Wade" Dell with' n total 040Palmetto.Board
of trade of Palmetto -- - -------- -----
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of nearly 200,000 pounds of beef. -r -
Since the sh'pments have started, burndale and Fla.Dixie Canning Co of Au of ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. are on the man 'who'. ,
plan organization
there has been a growing demand with $30,000 capital stock to w. graad ... 11. very a._kj._ TM **4 lee per _. .,......... we .5 . '
., Company ....... .. _... .
for Florida beef the wholesalers admitting every: Omr HSM U t > red WILL MOT RKI.BASH T11H.. AMMONIA
p. establish cannery to preserve grapefruit .._ .. ... ,.. .
the demand which tm th rt. tltr: ,L m* mt '.rtUIse We mmmmtmetmrm Mas* ,..
that consumers and vegetables of Manatee sec- Aarrir.lt.r.l mmrmmmmm ..!?, sad a-...... it after having once bought It. T' e .. __ .
tion; expect to produce about 25,000cans ?' D. It :r.BLOWERS
beef Is firm and tender giving better daily, using: 600 to 800 boxes ofgrapefruit. LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY, 11't '
satisfaction than western beef. '
BPT. -C" OCALA. VLOMIDA. SAVESAUSE :

CITRUS PACKING PLANTAT :
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FORT MYERS FINISHEDFort F sLt

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Mead .-The big new exchange _. .
packing house has begun op
eration. The house is a beauty and

I !. the pride of everyone in Fort Meade .
The machinery is the last word inconvenience for moment man
r and up-to-dateness. The Okeechobee Farms ; a young ,

i. from capacity reports is three there cars will per be day sufficient and and-give a thought to self. The y

:fruit to keep the wheels busy until : } +
. : problems that confront now;, or r
about June 1. you
; Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas velvet beans rape) x-nnuts| kudzu spineless cactus' ..:.\ ,

' TO STUDY TilE CITRUS besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, I'ara Natal mid other grasses' fur 'IIIIY' anti! paiturc. WiLli all ; will a few years hence. ,

i}, CANKER OISEASEfe these crops available cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the ;year round.
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" Miami, Fla.-C. D. Sherbakoff, of Look about yea--the men of affair in country stet natioaya'
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the department of plant pathology of Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of ,
; the state agricultural experiment/ ,, in the world, are the men who started to are early in life. .: t

t tion at Gainesville, is on the east coast
i' in the hopes of discovering some Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for CultivationThese They .have the respect and confidence of the community.. ,'i ,

r means to eradicate the citrus fruit .
to the destruction lands do not need draining other than small ditches on r rm.JlLk: <, n tripto '
. canker without resorting necessary any 1 Then look on the other tide-at the fellow who fpead aQ tl 7
l of the trees by burning. Mr. Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida, East Coast Railway, without delay, and see for I make have time for while but iat r
work in thej' -they may a good a ", t. doei tt .:i.
ItSherbakoff Redland district has begun under the direction yourself just what these lauds are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours'journey I personality reflect? 'j fJ

{ association from Jacksonville. \
,;; of the South Dade Growers' -

l and the Protective Citrus Grow- J A dollar or *o deposited in this bank will be &. ,. % Y;h t

'/< *s' association. Investigate This Wonderful Country While You nucleus of an honorable, independent careen.- 4' ,

FORT MEADE Make beginning now-today. You
;x' STRAWBERRIES AT your c ,, "
Fort Meade Fla.-Strawberries are Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your FarmYou i bank book will pave the way. rt c> !w i uj

moving quite freely and an average of I .
. from one to two refrigerators daily, will find it unexcelled for general farming lin'stock and (xmltry raising and for growing all

are now moving. Prices are averag- kinds of vegetables common to Florida us well'us the finest citrus fruiThi"/ town and country ,
ing from ten to twenty cents per
. quart net to the growers. will grow at an amazing rate during ihe next few years \\e also have c\<,client land and town State Bapk j : ;::1

'; I lots at Chuluota and Kenansvilie-the former a fine hike section in Sciumole County suited to

-=f". MANY DISORDERS COME FROM fruit growing, trucking and general farming: and the latter a fertile pine hind! country in Osceola I .

THE LIVER County especially adapted to. stock raising general farming and fruit growing.. Write today for of Kissimmee r' t1
Yourself
Are You Just at Odds with "

'I Do You Regulate Living full particulars ..i... 4 1 ___ \,

Are you sometimes at odds with Capital stock ____; __ .:_____--$. ... t;

.t yourself and with the world? Do yon J. E. INGRAHAM Vice-President lUsoorces nor . ..... . __. .w..'..._._._.; 400.00&MJC . "'..
o. wonder what alls )"oa'. True you maybe ...,tr" !.
n''o( eating regularly and sleeping wall.k *' sad Director ..t ,
Yet something is the matter! Constipation ; Land and Industrial Department Florida East Coast. Railway -, J.' .

Headache, Nervousness, andBUioni'Spells '" ,. A. CARSON Prert.Officars. f. bL IFEVia. PmCM. ;, i
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: Liver The tried' Indicate remedy-Is a Dn Sluggish King's Room.. ..m. CUy BmUin, 1 ST. AUGUSTINE'FLORIDA CATS 2.d ViaPn-, '.t.;''' :

N.wt'LIf.'pUlL...' Only Be at" yourtoickJen's ROMA THOMASC y1 .. .
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n :. uJnA .SCHOOL .FUND MARRIESSIXTfiTTlMEPny Pensaeola, nw Tha dredge Can '

,,. '1. : /,. 0 4 .' ciu, Capti Fernandez, which ha,been 'REAL ESTATE'4r' .,' u' '=;". +
"'( .Tallahassee. Fls-. -BtaU SuperinUndent Perry; FUL-nw, J''to.C'\ D 1 .t Mobil for the past month engaged ,,' '. "; t ?; -. 4
FOJIND In dredging eperations.-retnnting .;, 1 __au MNII8 ,
W. N.xheats baa finished Herald of last week tell comwhat t.
making out' list of apportionments wonderful ,story'of, a'man who'has to.Pansacola Monday, hat left for StAndrewsbay : SPECIALIZING' IN,,

to the various counties of. money'derived reache4 the ace .of v fifty-two roan where she will resume ..

MpM; ; from interest:' on the school who was married the sixth Urn during dredging' operations. . -' ,: on. the channel Examination of Titles a ABSTRACTAND

i' v ; at 1,11, 1 fund.' The principal of this fund can- the past thirty,, yean, mid has. there, ; .
/ % { not: be spent and is invested In bonds. tired balf of the tlmo a slnflo mn.Tb '.... Sh d"'tJie, riversand.harbors bill <-. ". '"

The apportionment this year .. fifty Herald la speaking of the,recent finally) be enacted in its present form ,Specialty. : .. \ '. .:
ll 'ln'r >Watkavinsv' ;' Thlmritarfofthe' .If cents per-puplL the largest that it venture ot,the tnan: says: 160,000will be appropriated for Pen- t ,

g> Gardner,brothers' disappearance U has ever been. Last year it WM about "Jt seldom faul'to the lot of a manto sacola harbor/ aid the dredge will :orre'DOtidanc Solicited.' 'TITLE WORK :

.fast 'beingcleared\, wpTha ,finding forty-five.cents, per pupil The main be married six time Iq oDe local therefore be called Upon.to spend con- :
late Sunday afternoon of Alonso Card- reason for this increase is the fact ity,'but such 11 the fortune or mbfortune slderable time in< this port. Other .:
n' iter'bya'awcbing; party headed by that recently the state .board of pub- of Thomas M. Humphrey, who west Florida ports will also receive I
lie Instruction has been buying school married appropriations and these combinedwill
Captain Hiaock aura the on Wednesday night was to
on
camp bond. in different: parts of the state Hiss be sufficient to keep the dredge.
,OcUawaha river, a few mil. that: Annie Dees at the home of Mrs.
stream. from Welaka baa proved up two I which earns usually a five or six percent Collins, eleven miles south of Perry, busy in west Florida" waters for a

'j, things-the brothers apparently were I I It interest where as heretofore the Jeff L. Davis, notary public, performing lengthyperiod.. Here is Positively the Best

,t .i murdered,.the being robbery. fund has largely. been invested in the ceremony.
purpose ..
The collection of books and pamph-
'- The bodr'' of Alonco Gardner lay Ink bonds only of three other
a palm tre .. '''A bullet hole cent. The total amount of interest ty-second birthday of Mfr: Humphrey the largest in the western hemisphere
In the back of his head and the fact per the fund that was appor- while the bride is only 17. And and the third finest in the world, Season. Known asSIGSBEE'S
that his pockets were turned Inside on divided the groom looked aa happy as if this numbering in printed words, charts,
153,28360 among
tioned was i
)4vr out support the murder for robbery the several counties having a total were his Brut leap into the matrimonial manuscripts, etc., 1,900,000( volumes.

theory The. body was lying. face attendance of 'pupils in the stream But s'x times he has ..,
downward. There was no sign of the average I made ihe vow and two of his former GROVE
Iti, i schools for the last year of I
public
f bodv of the other brother Horace S. statement below shows wives are living one of them "nttend
Gardner who is supposed to have been the 126,565 The attendance of pupils in ; lag the marriage!: Wednesday night Send us Your

killed also and hia body hidden some, average and the respective "A nice supper had been preparedand
,where in the neighborhood The each amount county apportioned: I '"" hilt your partners' was Indulged FORTY ACRES OF LAND LOCATED ON THE PUB-
'' aearch which began ten days ago, will In until midnight. Orders For
:
( i be continued. ,. Count: l<.HMm AVK Alld Amount "It In rlulimd that Mr. Humphrey LIC ROAD BETWEEN KI3SIM.Y AND ST. CLOUD: ,
f.t
.211 12,606;
j The authorities are of the opinion linker litia 94.4, 41.2 'no' nan married, six times during the past ONLY:: n REE-QUARTERS OF A MILE FROM: THE C/TY. ,
that 2.ill3: 66160 thirty years and lived blnglo Hi least ,J
Clyde Stover the who linyHrudfolil -
'" 'v- with the two white, men negro as their guide was Hr"vl".1 __ 2.kGI 1,116 1,14.060 ff.7f... half of the lime And he has wooed LIMITS: OF nSSIMMEE.' FIVE ACRES::: I IN C3CD C :.".:*- :: '

,,; f and who turned up at Welaka about 4'3 thou", 1 1142! 6004,1. and won and married every one withIn i BEAMSCHANNELS! I'G l GRANGE GKCVE FIVE ACXE3: OF G30D s
;
a week ago. with their launch and the "'III u. kl.G 441.001'Inv a radliiH of six u'Hen. 11.. Is entitled ;
p P statement that they had evidently lout .'olimililnHull 3.11112!921' 1.6114.44 4f0/0 I I1 I (the pieinlnni an the price ANGLES AM) BLACK SOIL ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO m'::< '}

:; themselves in a near the river, 2.' 1 42" "" in in'> liiK HitlHt of (lie county May
4 4 swamp (1'' 4 9f I.f.4' 4.0 ALL SHATIX GROWING; BALANCE OF FORTY 13 GOOD::>: FA :..nUG 1}
is the murderer lie has made a getaway It..K..to > p< ie mid joy attend tills last \ enluri -

", going from here to Jacksonville;, Our1 Iarambl.: 1 ? .. 6.,38 1',4\6' \ 4 211'T464.0; nnI '." -- AND OR.\NoE! GROVE LAND, ALL CLEARED READY ,
v
where he took a steamer for New I rnokllu, r.4. 24200' t
t4 York.ft' n Itl'Hll': .II .' 3 H"/; J.H': .ellIlwnllton BOYS GI"I'; : ARUFSTP-I I IU)1I>KK I'IA TES'l'NH FOR PLOW AND UNDER A GOOD HOG-PROOF. FENCE.

1 Gardner from North Adams, Mass. 1 11 1. iiiiiiilu, l.fof.7 q" i-js 4204.0 60 "TO GET; A TORI JOB" : STKKLi3AIA THE BEST LOCATION IN OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR A ';

The Gardners I 11111..1"I UUKllliollni _ 66'14 4.147 in" < 'AN1Z1-.I)
from NorthAdamn
', were 'n _ __ _ __ 2121 1 nlil '(01Jnrkeon New York.- ley Isold's Rtat<>. SUBURBAN FARM WITH ALL THE ADVANTAGES OF ;
Mass, where they were . corrnit AND
prominent ,790 2.'%/ in"
in business circles. They came .l<.ffi I nun _-_ __ ._ 2'I Ml J.41/U"/I! / ment that former convicts in his employ ZINC 'SHEETS A MUNICIPALITY.MY .
1 to Florida -Hi. ._. yon! 44611 were making good and that he : ,
1 to tour the water courses L.H I 1''n3< u /
t"' of the state. f.Ak" _.u__ -______ 1.61'3 k4600Lee could make men out of minutes of PRICE IS FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS IF
They bought a
power- :
110 r.i
:
boat at Jacksonville about two weeks Leon: --:===: : =.===:= tm 2.641 IIIJ; Sing Sing was followed by the arrestof TRUSS ROI>S TAKEN AT ONCE.James ,
t i ago, secured<< Stover for cook and Levy __ _nU.h___ 1.602 kill IK seventeen-year-old Charles Romer-
J' I.Iberly __ 711V 364 61 II antz, who said he had wrecked his STAY: BoLTIIIITHUCTUltAL: 1
guide and started their u.uu
on journey.'a ; Madlaon __._____ 8.1KO 1.60 (III(
, After they left Welaka nothing more Manatee _n.__ 2.2U 1,128 /01( home at No. 209 Eldridge street so : Owner
.nn M. Johnston
t r was seen of them alive. Marlon _nn.n'__ .078 2.6SH 016S1 that he could go to jail and get a job IRON WORK
' Monroe _. 1."62Naaaau (MlN33 from Ford.TALKATIVE.
About .nU'
a week Stover turned
b r ago __ .
1.868 00 OF ALL KINDS Flonda ;
4 up at Welaka with the launch and Orange -__unn_n.n-. 2.liacacia 1.068 00 I'Kiuimmee ;
r some money and the story that the ( _____- J.267 82H 60 BARBER -- "
f Palm Deach 1,410 T06 00 GETS TIPS TO HUSH
brothers HARD WOODS
two were missing from the nn ALL 0..0.00..0000..000000.000000000000000..000.00
.....co ______ __ 1.JS1Inellaa 696 60
nn
camp. Searching. parties were organ )' .._ _-_____ t.(48oik 1.474 00 Alton 111. Harry Ulrich rich .
a
( ,d } ised. The camp was located on the )' ___nn___ B.104 2.662 00 -
t Ochlawaha and burned articles belonging I utnam___n-, ____ Z.187St 1.08S 60 Alton barber known to his customersas LAUNCHES 000000000.00000000.0000.0000000.0.000000000000000.00.SEED .
R eft' John _________ 1.111 846 60 "Snip," is getting a pretty fair um DORIES AND
to the two men were found Bt Uucle ____ 1.087 648 60
{ r at the camp. The river was dragged' Santa Rosa .n nU_._. 2.Sll 1.406,60 daily: by tips he receives as a rewardfor SKIFFS
.and a sweater belonging. to Alonzo Seminole uun__ 1.SS7Bumt 67.60 keeping. silent while he Is at work.
.T .un_ J.888Huwannee 66900 lie is one of the most talkative barbers BUILT TO
r4 Gardner was recovered and identified __ __ S.387Taylor 1.868.60
1d fi "by his wife. Alonzo Gardner was for ._. _.n._ 20VoIunlH 4 All( 00 in Alton, but is considered one ORDER FOR SPRING PLANTINGFull
i n ty-six years old, a native of Massachusetts --:==.===.. t.Hid 1,40k 0046J of the best barbers and has a good BOILERS AND
_. _.__.
WAkulla 9t17 l 6(1( trade.
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He leaves a widow and several TANKS BUILT TO
6 I Walton h.nu 2.452 1.22A.Oil -----
children. _____ .
Washington 2.110 1 OR 6 00 ORDER
Looking for Stover.f -- -- -- Expert botanists have found that line of new crop seeds of all kinds. AWe
14 An is made Total .n. ___128.B66 f63.2'2611 the age of trees can be told by the I'LMl'S FOR ALL
s attempt being to apprehend Write for
can supply wants. new catalogue.
Amount of a portlotunrnl 68,62908Total leaf markings, the older the tree the rURPOSKS your
the negro Stover. His description apportionmentIlallklice = (IK:2X2 60 :
} has been sent broadcast. It smaller and more numerous the leaf '
COMPETKNT! FORCE COMPANY "
KILGORE SEED
follows: "Heljrht five feet six inches; left In triaHury I JO 6 63 cells FOR ROAD WORK : ;

complexion .gingercake -color; age, .
of six I WANTED DAILY CAKE, AT ALL TIMEHJACKSONVILLE :\ PLANT CITY FLORIDA.
twenty-six years; size shoe, How To dive Quinine To Children. ,
t ; and one-half; smooth face; soft, low REVISES LOKUS PRAYER
voice." PRBRILINBI.lhetrade-mark name *fvm to anmproved **" "0"0 "> "0*<"fr 0"0- ">*4"0"C> ,
Quinine *l iaa TaalrCe.B Syrup,pie., .. A
Washington.-George K CookBey, alit to .tk.e and doa not disturb the .tom.ch.
hHdren: take it a.Ki never know It I. Quinine :
GASPARILLA OPENS private secretary to Secretary Mc- ales' eapeciallr ..apted to adulta who cannot fil
Adoo, has a four-year-old son whose take ordinary Quinine. Doea not nauaeat aorcau.e .
mother has been him D ;uanea nor ringing in the head. Try "r r "
theLord's
teaching ; ..
; :
WITH "CIGAR DAY"Tampa t the next time yon need Quinine& for any \ ,
prayer. Young Cooksey gotas poae Auk for 2 ounce original) packave. Jj.U"1 I
far as "Give us this day our daily name FfcBKJUNB la blown in bottU Jj I FLORIDA What About Your Insurance?

Feb. 12.-Friday marks bread," the other night when he hesitated _ ___._ __ U. ____. ___
t the epenlng of the annual OaBparl.ia .

Carnival which wlU be even more "Give us this day our daily cake," N. matter what yon may want in the way of Insurance, I can j
,.1 .brilliant than the carnivals of former he went on to say. "You must not J. D. CLARKReal
y.a.... It will continue through say 'give us this day our daily cake' supply it. I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,

r Tuesday and a record attendance of but 'bread' cautioned the mother."I Fire, Accident Health and Tourist Insurance.
11' "visitors from all sections of the know, mother," replied the son,
country is assured Every attraction "but I don't want bread, I want cake." Estate Broker Courteous and prompt attention, no matter how >J
'
Ht: of the carnival .-:1 bo a free attraction large or bow small an amount you wish.CARSON "4
and each day will be marked generally conceded to be Florida's ,:'

byaome pecUMarly billllant and novel .greatest, charity. The work is supported Residential Lake Shore Property (Cottages Vacant Lots Orange
i. ,
features. entirely by free-will donations FARMER

,Special days Lara been designatedas and has provided for thousands of I Groves Truck Farms Timber and Prairie Lands :
follows I little ones in twelve years of work. GENERAL INSURANCE. ':
.
_ Frldaris :;;:lear C'gar Day," being KISSIMMCC. FLORIDAOffice .
a 'Phohe 2303. DsJdaSL
1
\
t: so designated becalm of Tampa's A .
world-supremacy In the manufacture 1#
,4t ...I' of clear Havana cigars, and Saturday MAKES BACKACHE Phone 66 Residence Phone 68 ... 'I I

Is ,known as "Panama Canal

/' IJ Pay., because Tampa and other DISAPPEARA Correspondence solicited gt.ea :. ------ --- - ---- -)

south Florida ports are the nearest QUICKLY .
--- -- .
: American mainland ports to the Panama '

'e canal. Sunday has been designated o.:+: -<':-;'':' *",'':->->-''''>
r as "Peace Day," and Monday Few Doses Relieves All Such

\ \1 1 as "Qasparllla Day." On this day the Miseries, Bladder Weakness, / A WISE MANs : YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO.
t r Kidney Trouble and Rheumatism t.
i Spanish pirate Oaspartla and his mystic carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE
$ krewe will visit the city and the Promptly Vanish. to protect his property ; .

r y events of the city will be aut.tully while he is living and ample LIFE :(
q >; Impressive. Tuesday is known as It I is no longer necessary for any / INSURANCE to protect his fumily oJ. New Owners -- New Management

"Citrus Fruit Day" on account of one to suffer with backaching, kid- in the event of his. death. He :::

1 } routh Florida's importance In they ney trouble, have disagreeable blad: ] also injures his (earning{ capacity {.
e I, citrus world, and all floats entered der and urinary disorders to contend I I I l I by taking out nn Al'LlIIEJIsnd i

; in the parades of preceding days will with, or be tortured with rheumatism IIK AI'ill POLICY. lie on Unsafe Y: EVERYTHING-
M
f be seen In the parade of that day. 1 I stiff Joints, and its heart- I A' < 1 f side 'qh
The celebration will be r.osed by the' wrenching pains, for the new discovery i ,1 II I We write all lines of INSI'Rt:: I

',4.. . Oasperilla ball at the Tampa Hay I Croxone, quickly and surely relieves I J",1j AN<:E tort inures and <'ndurc J..
k" '"' Casino and masked balls In American all such troubles. )' !II ill ) None! but KCI lAHLi; old line companies : ,y I

4. ', and foreign clubs to which vlolt- Croxone is the most wonderful f I -' J lIJ : in this ngcn4y. {. I TO BUILD YOUR HOUS

tY''; .'- ors will be invited. I remedy yet devised <"L, iding the ;X -%: l I n. G. W,\.NI!'R
?
Through tho systematic work of system of uric u< I a.,..l! : wing out : ". oJ/I Second Inor i'lti/ois Hank Bldg: 't'j:

"' preparations: have been made to care : and relieves you t.ic, f.L time you { Kisgimmee, Kla.

tIv ,,4 for a larger numt r of visitors than I use If it 'tiTer w" In :; <-fi6 bC S:--O-<.t+}08Mr{{4 ...x--.X+)o'.X..X-i ti..: vS: 4{ )ry< }+.-'>::: -WE HAVE IT
( were ever before se n In a Florida you i rin-na! your v'i-4sMP- j
city. I bark and. I, d. n' any signs ofk *.

I 4v: ,'ii ...i '. or rh urmi "z"-. ........-...-.........-..'................--..-..."..".".'..-.....".."..".."..".'-.--.--.." ..-.......".,,,,.,,,"'.''..''..'Y'i .'.'......."..............-............... .................... We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of
f 011, ay :' "vVPllings| ; under y I
f: 959 SMALL'CHILDREN !1, I I'' t I' .* and ankles if lumber-rough and dressed--Ceiling, Flooring Siding Doors,

__ > '... ' I' .\ and run do>vn, II: Sash Shingles, Laths, Window and Door Frames Mouldingof
ARE ," ', i ,
: ] PROVIDED FORdren'e > I ''i uri:!arv disorders, TRAIN
'"t'ckly' relieve you of SPECIAL all kinds. Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. .

>jj'* ' v ,u' .i r r vou can secure nn crip. I', We also line of Brick Lime Y
At the annur.l m" 't nj! :f 'he rti '- . carry a complete Cement Paints
1 .'j"} ."" of Croxore nt trifluurl!: I ::: f
l Iron!" society; 'f 1 ''r', ,. hpl I .
'I In .J-a' "o"'. ;;'la. '--. . .. '" ..> 'l ...> n'' nons! impurities which | Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to' furnish you every-
"
,..tI ten"'r..< 1r n .- r ... .,1 .t ', t>o\ihle! It is entirely thing for your house or your barn, from ground to roof.
'.. .' .. ; ', .. 1 f "m nil other remt-dir-s Its
'K :9rie ho- ,f'.I."t' I"" I I
t t I ; nnyth'rfr: else ever used
( : under t'::e >>"n '.' ,' "n TAMPA L
fls\ 'the society during dT'! > .. off r. h.. ipose.. It acts on the prmf -

;,. :J914, this !number being Dm, 'I.t i ..t. --di',1 of cleaning out the poisons and
Yo:.+; (number of children ever refereed to \ sows the caupe I Send for Free Estimate I '
:":',f tha society for aid in all Its history\ I It right in through the walls, February 13th 15th 16tK
':y 1'> 'These children were referred to the membranes jrtid linmp, like water in i

4 .b,: 'society' from every section of Florida a sponge, neutralizes, dissolves and :
and represented aU creeds and races makes the kidneys sift out and filter I t.' Leave Kissimmee 7:43 a. m., and Arrive Tampa 10:30 a. m. 5| ".

;except colored. A good family homo away, all the uric acid Jind poisons :. and I We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. '
ltvl 'waa, Mcured for every orphan and I from the blood, and leaves the kid I ={>

",,41 :homeless child and others were rent neys and urinary organs clean, X Special will Leave Tampa, Returning Daily at 6:30 p. m. .:-j-:: i Contractor Estimates on house bills; receive prompt attention.

to special schools, hospftals, hoarding strong, healthy and well.It 1
J.. ,'i. homes and were provided the care matters not how long you have ,
.
r'i and attention most needed. suffered, how old you are, or what I Excursion Tickets Sold Daily I :

Iv: : Practically $28,000 was spent in providing you have used, the very principle of Limited to February 26th i I Il
Yellow
!J ',\. : for these 969 little ones; an Croxone is such that( it is practically ins Lumber oft

:i.d.' .average.. of a little more than $28 per impossible to take it into the human
'fo;t child.. Theaoelety closed the year system without results There is
{; 'n free from debt and expects to do even nothing else on earth like it. It l Atlantic Coast LineSTANDARD -
.t greater'work for Florida's little ones starts to work the minute,you take it Phone 195 Kissimmee, Fla.
"
.'1 i fn need in 1616t and appeals now to cost from any first class druggist.All

R n : the good people! ',Florida to send druggists are authorized to personally i RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH t PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWORD
\ ii'ridp? 1 : _",'.clothing, food, ,te.. to, help in return the purchase price. If it, ,
-: tbaf!continuance, 'of the great work- fails in a single case ooooo.oo.oootoooo oooo.o.o oooo.tO.O.oooooooooooo.

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AD IrOR OIGOLA COl1Jft'T'' rOM OSCTtOUA .. sJaaUial C r.nsl< Oasssl* ,' .. part ..t r* snUr aad ,
; -OJ to 'h governor
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XX (H&WCKYArbisr ;C I . I of the F orda at Tallahassee. whit 'r. INTERIOR WORK A ,
,; -' 1s C......,. A. IX. 1(11. ma". prlssary.1 ', '
Arb.. III. .-_.. CsplaIasat. John C.. Klrkwood. Complainant.* for on the.. Uti day palsnt. incorporating the The city ..seutlv* _.It.of th. Ifabbette- Street1"C "-*
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Poaisa-osy, "" ,- William".N.. Perry and IX O.'Psrry' Jrt Stats B.i K."IU. thoorltnal liersby and provide for .
...ma.. : : TO 4riBJT TITLB, .. ""' ." .. ." Defendants. .. Irp ab.rtr.1. In holding a ""whit 1. primary else
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_I..L' TO 4U1Tr1TLiri. .55.004 Heist ..* All ssrss. Clafasv It 'appearing tr1, affldarlt appendedto the offloo of the awonstarir, .4.ltte of tlon.' to b held In city of Klaslm- ,

| ,* .. _t 11...> tk said Brarel > the bill filed la the above-stated th.'_14 state of Plorids.WItnee. ... msai' In empU..o with the laws of F. THKASBElt.SHECTMETAJUWORKBB ,'v
...1(0.j ..... sad aU rmiu.. dais*- .. ( that William N. Perry lbs defendant 'Slst of the slat said primary to .

... iMlona. ....r ,th* MtM BaD O _Bslsa so 0........... cause ,therein named.. a oon-reN .A our names. this ,day oo hold dnrlnsr the boors died oy law .

.),. .1"J'te.! ......0........... R_ .."" 0 _ssp.os4sat.; dent resident of lbs or stats Riohland of Florida atat of and\VashIntjton I* a. Jal.a. ..QaBI.UyrHW SMITH. for -the March heWing s,.Itlt of,for olootlonsv tho lo.ln"Uol on Saturday ; . .

ORDER orT'AU PUJlLlOATlOK ORDER* FITBLICATION' and I* over the ace of twenty- N N of andldatss. for city .Iel" St > Specialty. ,,) f
to b d for the
ordered that I VERTICR voted at election ,C
Is therefore
c ... wi... 0.___. on. years; It B. to bo' hell 1st said city of _.* '
: boBomti All It May _I".non-resident defendant be and he : V. PHlLUPS. KIM Tkon. u Kloslmno* ..
on March ST. 1
Whaa It May It appearlns from the sworn bill ol Is herebyrequired to appear to the bill Bturd., ,

It .p...&rlllil br affidavit aopoadoa to complaint filed In this cause that there of complaint Bled In said cans on or ,HmN.RUEu 'Thoaa and o.ttM only thooo of sUo* ..., .shall mmm+_**ii*mmmm- +*m *mmmm-*** *>***. .
I the Bill o( Complaint ttld In the. abov. are parties Interested In the propertyInvolved before ond."*- the 1st day of March J. bo to voto at or persons participate .
stated. cads* that the Kspondnt. EmU In this suit other than tb. A. D. lilt, otherwise th. alterations U In p.rmltl' of said primaryelection SIMPSON
'O. Frlond. Is a non-rold of the Btati known respondent. and that the namsi of said bill will: t>* taken aa confessedby R. K. FRANKLIN" ,man.l.ment to' who DR J'Y..
.' of Florida and that his residence Is unknown of auch parties >o Interested are' unknown said defendant W. J RICERANDOLPLI declare their .r .Itor. j
and It also appearing from lbs to the complainant and that relief It I. further ordered that this orderbe TOUXO pie and 010 tt:: ''whit DENS ? ..

i aald affidavit that t.b. air* of tb. said is prayed. In said bill of complaint published once a week for four oonsecutlve man's party a'1:0. of Kiselmtnee.who a
Respondent la ov.r the a-. of 11 years' against such, unknown respondents. It weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley pisopoaEn cHARTER OF FIRST are by \ ot city of Upstairs Et tc

J .It 1*. therefore ordered that the .leI J Jnonresident I.. therefore. ordered' that all parties Qasetts.. a newspaper published In STATE HANK OK KKNANIIVIE.1.H.KHNANSV1I.I.U. Klsalmm lawful) .I."to. who have Offlo*'Hoars: .. m. .
Respondent herein named l blalmlnB interests In the following described aald county and state. FLORIDA on or before Itlt paid llUt* IllS '
. b. and !I. hereby required to appear to property situate In the Countynf This January llth. A. P. ISIS their poll tasos for the years 1111 and Telephone No Tt June. II J
the bill of complaint filed In said cause Oacvola, and State of Florida to-wit: (Circuit J, -OVKnBTRKKT.) The undersigned Incorporators hcrs- 111*. who have registered up to and i
. J// en or before the Rule Day In March Tho Went. Half of the East Half and the. Court Seal) Clerk Circuit Court by associate themselves. together for Including March K, Itli and /
A. D. HI*. being the first day ot the East Half of the West Half of Section By JAMES M JOHNSTON. the purpose of becoming Incorporatedand pledge th.maxlvrs to ablds I bh re o W. W. CARSON '
Bald month otherwise the alleftattoni 16 In Township 26 South of Range 82 Deputy Clerk. forming a corporation under and lt.t. said primary DR
of the saM bill will be taken aa con- East of Tallahassee. Meridian do appear neo. F. PARKER, by virtue of the laws of the ..t.l. of for nominees thereof at.r:*n- ,

fenced by the said Kespondont to the Complainant Hill of Complaint B. r>. KCKEU I Florida with and under the followIng ...In. city el.ctlon DENT .

1I.. further ordered that this order herein tiled on or before the Hulc Solicitors for Complainant 5-6t proposed charter: lMllHratloeS of C......._ Office Building- .
be published once a week for eight Day In April. A. D, 191t. the same being I. Those, and only those persons, shall over PUe, 3 '
consecutive week. In the Oaceola Journal the 6th day of said month. else the. said > lll.ll ATION. The name of the corporation shall bo permitted to become candidates for Office : ,
FOIt I l
a weekly newspaper published In bill will be taken as confessed against OHDKH he the Klrat Slate Hank of Kennnsvllleand ofricos he voted for In said primary Office -Phone K*r.ke:1"e:OI. 1 '
saUl County of Oaieola and State ol them Its place of business shall be In the nl. who pledipe themselves In Gas .

Florida and ot uonural circulation In And It i. further ordered that thin .. Circuit Court, PlaIt ..f Klorlila. town of nansIllp. In tho county ofOsreola ", abide by the result of said ,

.aid County order be puhllliod oiico a week for f>r Tenth Judicial t Irrult. and state of Florida. Primary .. ,' and support the nom- *" **.-'
tI..OI.j II
Wlta.... the Honorable James W. 12 ronnecuttve weeks In the Oaronla 4.ou.*}.. of the business ; who are Qualified under
ot the said Court and The general nature I the laws of the s4at of Florida and .
Por.tf.ins. Judge Journal a weekly newspaper published In t aaarery.William shall be that of a S. GEIGER ;
my name .. Clerk thereof and the offlclal In Maid Coun y and of general clrculetlon U Wicks Complainant, I to be transacted banking business with powersincident city of Klualmmes, to hold office DR H
of the said Circuit Court ireneml iIi .f Uffleea .. Be Kllle.
said county.
real A. D 1918.Clrcult In AV B. tI'rc t n. ns provided by the Koch elector In the city of Klsslmmee PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
this F daj of January \Vltn...8. the Honorable James Myrtle S. \\ickg. Oifendant statuKs of the state of }
o'iorida
\ J. L. UVEKSTHKDT. Judge of anld Court and my q..allf..d to vote In said primary Bank ::'
Perkins. tothe Ill Citizens Building
It rlntt: h\ ai'tiij.vlt appended .
,
the Circuit have the right to vote t
Clerk of official :
Court Seal) An name AM Clerk thereof and the ;SIP filed In theahoatnted Casual'tlRt The amount of capital stock of said .Iecton a '
primary fnrOne Klsslmmaa Kla.
:
,
Court of Osceola County. ......lot the said Circuit Court this. First Myrtle 8Mcka. the fondant corporation Shall be Klften I ThousandItf.
candidate for
Office In (tRssldsno
: Phones
or
Florida day of Janiuirv. A. \) 1K16J th-riln' named !II a resident of the ( .,(:.UN() 0(1)( Dollars. to be divided Into One candidate for clerk mayor. : 85 haul
By JAMES M JOHNSTON I L. UVKHSTRKUT, state of Florida anal Hint her actual one hundred And fifty shares of the One for treasures'one I
Deputy' Clerk As Clrk of the Circuit Court place of ri.sld,'lire la unknown fts she par value of One Hiindnd ollars .andt.t. for marshal and tax a
JOHNSTOJ4 ANt) UARKKTlCounsel (Circuit Oaceola. County Florida. Is "oll"'alln" h"n..lr. and In or the $100) each, to be paid In cashIV. collector,.nddate

for Complainant. 4-t Court St'a!) nut' of t wt-lit\.-oneears. It I.. there- Thrre candidates for of T. RIVERS.M.'D.

I lly JAMES M. JOul'STtN.1)epttty rI\rdb'red that said rt'aid.nt def Thi. term for ...hl'h anld corporation cltlounrtl for two years m..mher. M .
::
-- Clerk < ,; and Him la heiiliv reciulredto t exist be ninetynineyears. Five members or .. committee '
JOHNSTON: & OAnilFTT.Oounnel aifpear to the hill. of complaint nlfilin ..hnl .hal for on< year "ocutlv. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
IN ClllCtiir COII1IT HHKTII for Complainant' 4-101 Rlliel, cause on or before Monday the V. lime for slirrleST..

CIAL, CIIICUIT UK K1.OHIOA iHt fln>' of Manh ,\ I' 1916.I "'th<,.rvlatin < The hunlneKH. of t h. nald corporation Rach I ; to have his Office over Osceola Pharmacy ,
.I"DI-I iilli,iral Ions nf said l hilt will I), tak. : donon ;oi.I
following
It. l the electioni.nllot
AM KOH OHChOI.A! \ AU'n TIIA1U \ OTIC Bhnll be CflitICtCi hy name primary Phone Rrsldcnc SS
, entt'al haits hi ,1..ft""I..n'It
.I IIH
ofTlci'rs aa a candidate for any city
,..4it.. cof Ad.lniutrst.r tsr Jo'I..1 1)1..hsriie .- t In further otdireil 1 htit. I thlKordi r \ president'. one or more "lc-pl..I- ofTI.' shall. file with the chairman of Office in. !n :

Arthur 14. l>.atriran. Gttssplalaaat, ,' I.. (:Ou..1. of I osoiy Jdat. l I... l.uh1l.hr. ..nc',' a weak for four con- I..t. a oiird of m'\ en dira-ctora.. I tub.. commit toe. on or h..tor. February

.....-. t eusty, Fiertds.. it.ctat IVa'.plt 5 In thi' KiHHiminieal- ..a"hl'f. and .ueh oth*.r off I..1 find 24 lIlt. his not"e of candidacy andapplUHtlon
versus I li"x. i;,.K:.tte. a niunpaiHr. publlaliid In i mplo\ HH the corporation I I may nU- to .. his name so printed
lULL TO 4iiKr) TirI.Kaifl In r.tstate of l\ JAhr ..,,1,1 .count and alate t horlmo The board of director ma upon a blank to be furnished bv
This Januiir2"M, A 11. lllfiii Hiid H. D. GEIGER r (
Buhordlnnte ofTIe'rs < inllov'as. the chairman of this committee andnccontinnicd
O. F-rlra>... and nil l-.rllra etuis<< NolcIn her li>' R\','II 'to nil -whom1t <('i lilt J. I.. ()PKSTIirnT) Bppotnt HUch
Innn I.......... I J.e>r ..... aM ILS.U : may conc<'rit that on th dav of ,t'ouit s. all lark clrrnlt ("o\irl! term wih .. an they tow.-rs.may pr."rlle. seasment, as specified wa" )

O. ..1.._. er. UlkcrmlMltrp....ratOHUKK '' JnH' A. 1' llA* I shall n pply) .. to 11..,.11101"OIJr' in- Tty J\M3S! M lOHNSloN. or aa may be pro\tried b> namt. of ati>' such .... .. ; ATORNEY-AT.LW
MurphJu.iu. nf 1> ClerkJfilinston 'l
I i.nil.1. T M t put\ not I inconsistent with the bankinglana. printed upon or counted or returned I
0V I'UHLllATJOJV I IT. as JlKlei' of prebati for m>' final & Inrrett print,'il such ballot unless Bank
Office State
.:. 'dlnrhnrKi, aa ....,..1"1..1..1'. of It Lrfthril solicitor for Complainant 6-Bt VI provision upon have been complied I BundD

I.-", na,'.t.l aid, that fit II"I. \ m.' The directors ..hall be elected by with ahal Xis.immee. ..44DR.C.LHTATr'
All \Vh.ra It May CenovraiIt 1 will pn.stiit te saM court mi' finalinoounlH I the Btockholdera at each annual meet Form .f llallef.

appearing from the HUOJ bUl i aH admlnlKtintor of nld <..- : POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. ln..r All other oII..er. and employ. The voting In said primary election)
Complaint, flied III this cause that tlfcere tat.. f-oi thi-lr .pro\Hl hall I by the boarof .
shall be by first and second choice bsl
are' pArties interested In the raprty '"t.- Janusr 1 A l II. 111ft4V1L41AM ..er'Il.cIT; anual meeting 01 '
Involved la taia suit other lb.... the Lullit.26mb FOR MAHHHAI! AMI) TAX the a all be held. on thaecond .. lot '"compliance, with the provlsloniof 1 ,
state primary laws and tin SURGEON
known r."I'.n4eJ. and that the ns.neeof AdminIstrator COI.LK(1'IR.. Monday of January In eac PHYSICIAN and
names of th* candidates for each ofnie
such 4MLrtI.ue so interested are unKnown -- year shall. l> printed on the ballot kialphabetical
to the ", .m.bln..nt I Bud that re' Tn nnnounrlnfc myself A I rot <. the city democratic. White prim- elected at the fin oreS.r. '
list la prayed In Raid bill of corap-lalnt" Unti the olTl..r .. 1Residenee
(355w. ef Retsiraa.
aidKh UAkuow u reaprffctMleiita. It 4VrIt-E: OV )''T"'JU'Yn.E. RTV for the ofTtc of mnrnhal and tax meeting of the Htock holder Phons Office 1.T '
agaInst .... fta.'V". *MI A iVwtlr .I. 6TWn'JRI"'TE.nj1'1' -desIre to This committee shall meet at 1
therefore ordered that all parties C' < olloctor of Klaslinrnee May hall be qualified the business of cat 141
la. .
o'clock the 6th of March 4
claiming interests in the following de I. l"An"'II': '1 tint If elected. I will\ fill the position! .corporation shall be conducted' by th.. 191& In P m city, on chamber day of thi .

crlbed real property situate In the ... in %..-r<->,>. Ft''.-n that 1. L 1'1 without fear or favor win l t svftr' 4it OMteola and 8.ate of .PJorlda. class of cltlBen and uphold M M 8mlth president; A. L In
County .h.-IIT of CMOeola rnunttati> the returns. accordance with
to.wit: The NorLb.v-eat Quarter of the iTiirram if FI..rItIA. have this daItxled a writ law in every Instance.4tf W OVTCnSTRTCKTKOIt : first vlce-prenldent : R V V. Phllpa... Sec.. primary election law of Florida CEO,. PA'ATRNEY.ATLW ,f

NortUeaat Quarter of Section Three In'ownsI.p of attachment Hsu. '.d In the suit of :John OKORGK nod vk.-r..ld..nt. n. L Hunt. VlhIllips. declare what candidates have been .
_ and M. M Hmlfh
Z' ha..t
24 S.utJ04. Usnc Kay .IAlmtt.C VItruns. now pending nominated for each office voted for.
B F Ro.
. of Tallahaaaoe Merldla.n. do appear to rn the clrcnn court of the Seventh jud- MAT1 -. .. Trudell(1. K Dothw..l.. Pertfc. dl- and the chairman and secretary of this .L *J

th. eomjKlaiaaJil bill of complaint tnial circuit In and for Osccola cvunty. hereby announce msfj..Jr ... a can dirt P..uJoJ.. committee. within two days thereafter Collection and Conveyance ..1 i i
herein. flled on or before the Bole Jt>ay Florida upen the Tollowlrifr described nte for -election. to the office of "tor. vin shall certify the names of thesecandidatel .- _

In As>..61. A. 11. Hit. being tb.e 5th .day propertituat.*d In Oscvola county mayor of the city of SO..lmme*. aubJert The highest nmount of Indebtednesi receiving the nomination Specialties .. >
.r said mouth elae the said hill will Ntate of Florida more particularly decrlhed to the action *f The democratic or' other liability to which the ."Ie for any office to the city authorities .' I
ba taken ... oonfeased agaInst such re.pon4eote. as Yellows. 'lo-ult: white primary corporation shall at any ttm subject sf Klsslmmee as the nominees of this lit '.1 Broadway

An Tra...tKinal section one tJ ), All 4-tf 'Pt. H MAT i, itself be -a* limited and c"Rn.d b" party for the offices to be voted for -..
And It Is tfwther ordered that thin fractionalelton ten .(10). eleven ,(ft'l ) .... .h..1 Z. *'f the. general statutes othe at the. Keipral election to be held
order fco j>%AiillaJied onoe a week for 12consoeuxlve and twelve C1Z 1. nil section. HWrteen I I "tl.n state of Florida March 17th l li. G. F. KRIBBS

1 weeks In the Osoeola Jour .(11) all fractional ei ctlon fourte.n(14)flflcebanlsixteenhfl.lhenorth FOR MAH"nAl.I* AND TAX The name and residence. aT the ...uh.arlh..r. A_. .. 4* te.1ATTORNEYATLAW fi
nal. a weekly; newspaper published In COI-.LIt'l'Ofl. the amount of capltnntork '
4. .. t *. and For the purpose of defraying the exnenses 7Bxamlnatlon
, the said County of Oeaeola. and uf 0enral east quarter (CN K. -1)) of the northwesttzuarer T hereby announce myself ai a catid *ubcrn by each.. are a. fol of the primary election Includ >
circulation In said County 0.I. ; 1-4- ot *J. WI-I. south Ida to for re-.lenl. to thC: office of : hut the Inspectors andclerks. ,
Witness the Honorable James W half or the northwest qvfartfr (R 1 .2 of marshal. avid tax collector of Kliuilnm *- Iw.-- Hoe. KenanBvllle, Flu ten j p 01r ballots. etc. the ,I of TttlM ..PCoIaIt?. ? fr.
i.t'n.t
Perkias. Jud...e of. aald Court and my N %V. 1-41. and south bait of sectionneventeen # ft Hubjett to IVi* action of tbe dennorrat shores I(10, following", . are' levied asralnsprospective Notification"non-raaTd and P.t of taxes.) ..

name as Clerk thereof and the ofnclal .* 1-2 of ft.17). .11 In Ic whIte primary If agaIn botflor n K Fro n kiln. K..n..n.vll.. .. Fla for the various t. 'careful a
sealof the. said Circuit Court. this First township. t..l1ty-.I" (26) south. rnnRithlrt < d with the ofTloe I will do In tbe two Bhara X2) I ufTIci to hi filled: .!*. i

day of January A. L> 1916J \'.one (.III> cost, cnntiilnlnic", arc.ordInw tailor( n. In the n...t. perform theItlls Paul 1C. "r'I. K en..v I II... Fla Mayor three. dollars. Klsslmss, '
L.. UVEWoTItBLT. to the \.It..cl l $::tat.'s aurxevs in th and obey the law to the btor ten ahare (01 Clerk three dollars. Fla.'k- :

As Clerk of the Circuit Court etaiof Inrlclii f,766 *'III' ntns: Klt\iati <1 my ability O, K \olhwel. M. I).. KenanBvllliFla. I' Treasurer'. three dollars Pal Johnston O. P. Oarretl'
(Circuit OHCeola Count)'.Florida in f >scoln touiity, lortda ixtipllnuu 4.t f FLOYD TISOV ten ). M..nhli and tax collector three dol
beat) how ', out rtl the Randolph Young rhittV>r. Fla. on JOHNSTON
Court <1 reai rIn '" \ 'r. ..
JAMES M. JOHNHTONUepuly nt\. (2(1) hare (1) i Members cltv council one dollar. I CR'ET" ,1ATORNEY.AT.LW
By il>oe dfscrlbnfl! pTimtsis tw !I. < lr4il I for the Xrvralh Jn 'onr KenanavlHe. Fla. t..n:
Clerk A L. Hunt Iswoertors
.. of Ul\i
Bteilshm I
.1' irrei on thi' e <' <'lr" IS. State ol r.. > .
JOHNSTDN' & J.AHHKTT: I ak) Ink.ll.t used sinai lmi>l'u"'f10" a In snd for (See.ls ('ount,. share. <10)I. The Pvlloivliin Inspectors and clerk ,
Counsel Complainant. 4-lut ,Ktlon. .. n Hrawdj, Whittier, Fla. tee are hereby d..allnated to .conduct the< Office
110 SIC plnti '
In. aaweerjr. .
II" I_. M INOKA: *. shares (10>. said$ : 1 Clt'BD'Btdldlnc'
I 1 Sheriff of I Lydia r. Complainant.v shares < Aernew. J. W. Lilly '
IBT CIHCU1T COURT I. PLOiUOA. W J. Hire, K n.n.rD Fla, .tlmt W. 1'rentls ,
,. OLAJLCUllCHT OK MM OnDFR Fun'I'I'II..I'TIO\. Charles B. Campbell. Anna O. Rabbit .h.re(60%. CI.rJ. ft 'I. JWLLOeK. .

; T ANU POll OBCIOOI.A! COt.NT Holurt C. Dcnnr Walter B. OCnny. J. Urawdy, Ken.n.vll. sever BX8S.Chlrman"Secretary. Louis O. Masse Pleton :
iN CANCE.1-. Is! (Irrnlt ('ourd. I1t... ..f Klerlila.Nevrnth . Julia Denny all of .the. . par shares (7). I.st* Counsel .,T Judge Warlo ,
.ta.... le Park. Fla.. ten WQ '
r t Jvdlrlal l'I..H. tied. respondent bring descendantnd M. ISC. Smih. Winter I.&t .R. R Comm.' Criminal C. a-
fevarr.In law of Charles O Campbell hare .
heirs at
? .Mk.r. JI.! Ds.egss. C..I..t. ( MASSEY & WARLOW ,
.. d teashares .
!> *<' 7.will deceased: and all ether parties dalvnIn FPIc K.n.n..e. Fla. I "
wsR..s \ B L.ea>-lit, Complainant. K Interests In the. lands In this Bill ( ATTORNEYS and ;
-, BILL TO QUIET TITLE vsCllza northed. under the said Charles *Q COLE & HULL JEWELRY AT COUNSELU"

E4: rlai M. Kundall Barak TrarrJekn ..- Jane Iei.vitt. Difindnnt ('.01.1..1. deceased or otherwise; asid RTATF OF FI.Onn. Practice, In all th. courts of the ,

Testy. brr. huabaind and all parAes I It app, ..nriTifr \*\ affllii\it appended to davisof; 11 C Cam".I.. s.<.;le .aurvlvlnl. roUNTT OK ORCROI.A. FIRM TO INCORPORATEA and of the United 8tat... :also .t.t' '

lna>xeata liMlor .Ihraaaed .said the hill filed In 1h' Hlii.\ ,. Bf",'f1 causethat S I- Before me. underpinned Notaryl'iite I I the Florida Railroad Commission. aa4
claJuaUsuC
HpondentsOIIIIRK'
( *
and for the state of Florida the Interstate
Film: : Jnn eHVItt. tht d< tt'nrttutherein In Commerce Commlelea at -
lieapeatdenta or elkerwlae. nRm.,1 Is a n..I1-.I. <1..t of tht -- at I.arRe. raonally apfreikre H Jo'n"'i' 1-1 Chal..tol Bid
issue of the Lakeland
ItesponaWtOIlUKJl .... .stat.of Florida' nnfl In a resident. ciTisholv. OK Pl"I.I'ATIOJtl.To R K KrankWn, Pan K Trudell. recent Orl.ndo Fla .<4.1 ,
Hothwell, Ratndolph Young. U H Telegram contained the informationthat ,
stall. of 1It..a'hu..tt. oeihe -
PUBLICATION It Conc"rn'
OK All Whom May
ave tjf twenty-oim y. "r... It Is It appearlnx from The sworn Bill *rf ... \V. J Rice. I V. Phillip all.J. C. A. Cole, and L. C. Hull, of that :
Kettle
R H .
h,'refore oral lrefl that said .on-nRI- that there T. I..dy and and H. E. of : r _ _
C'nmplnlnt filed In thlsraus. knowito city Cole Kisslmmee F.
and
..__, ta ehvreijtiired to me well known. JENKINS
she hei
To Aal Whoss It May .0. 1."t nefendnnt lit imd 1 In the I
: Ti.bill of art IH mons interested property me to be the Individual do.scrlh'd had applied for a charter to incorporate ,
I oornplnlTtt -
t ,
bill eI to apptnr < than the. I
It appearing from the sworn inVal.d In thIs stilt. other who exe the. foreKolriK "
before In and "Cole' & Hull do
to
.ul.
that then filed In snld fause on or and that the I as a general t
complain flied In this cause Known Respondents <' the First SURVEYOR
are parties Interested In the property Mon<1R}'. the lat. daof March natmes of such p..r... so Int..r..ted.r' State J; eo'1 Kenanavllle. and each JeweJrl bu ineS. The amountpf 1';

Involved in this suit ether than the A T> 1S15. otherwise the allegationsof . unknown to the CVimplalnant.. ; and l duly sworn severally ...cknowle".d stck is $25.000 and the _
eorif.aasedt
!
known Respondents. and that the skI. hill will lataken a. that relief Is prayed said 1)111 .fConn 1.lno that be jcecuted the same for company's office will be in Fraternity Hall I.'r' ,
Interested arc >\ said defendant plaint against such unknown Re- therein .?
such so ex t
names cxf parties and purpose*
that this' ordi '
ordered u..e
Oth offices and
and thai It Is further Lakeland. r storesare Klsslmmee. 'a
unkn.wn to the Complainant spftrirlentaIt :
preed .
wek for four
in the _Id bill of complaint lie published once n la. ...t here fore., ordered, That all I have hereyntct already established in Klsslmmeeand _
relief is prayed .*t'n......U"'v.' we*.ks I In the KlaslmnueValle In \VltnesVhereof I _ _ _ _ _ _ -3. -.
against said unknown l&eapond: \. Oaxette. a newspaper put>liBh<*dIn parties claiming an Interest In and to mv hand and affixed my Notarial Bradentown and it is likely the -.
nts. It is. therefore. UKDERKD thai said county and state the followlnd..rl.d: property ..It Seal this 22nd day of January A. I). firm will extend interests to include M. J. HICKS
all parties claiming an a "'.r\.I\ the This JanuarY, 2lsth 19TBircuit \ uat*4f In the County of (>ac" ola I 1915Noinrlal. It DR .
following described real > .Ituate .(- j. u <>"EHtrnircrcT:: flat,. of Florida to-wit: .( A. I* HUN. several south Florida ;:
In tlvs County of Oitceola and bill! Court !Seal' ) Clerk Olrruit Court I..ot three of Block "A" of W A.Patrick 1..1) Notary Public. State ... cities. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
to-wit The Northeast Qunr" and .J.P. Hufrtaeys Additionto commission expire' April 4, 1918OP
of Florida By JAMFB: JOH1WTONDepnty The Telegram says of the company:
Northeast Quarter of Section the town of Klaslmirvee City Osc '
tar of the ClerkOMRTAN .
1* IB Township 27 South ot Hancva' It La1!' "*oln, County Florida acroro1lnl to STATR 'Messrs Cole & Hull have ben operating Office State Ban Building i .

..E.atot TaJJaJiaaaee Meridian. do appearto iLltor for Complainant 6-4t the Pint of said In I', OK FLOHIA.NT' a jewelry business 'Phones: OffIce 41Rsldnc : '

tbe Complalnanfa bill at complaint I the office of the Clerk of the Clr \fit re me. the undersigned' Notary land for the pant three years, and ,* 40 ,

on or before the Kule Day In AprU. A. cult Court for Orange County of l'talitin and for the slat. ' of Florida by correct business courtesy _ _ _ _- 'M
oi -- cold sold. lands -
which the methos.
D 1SLI. the same being the .ilb day Bounty it KnrKt*, i, rminnllv a toarel A I..
said month else the said bill will *>e IN COURT UF C-OUWTT JUDGE were at saId
takes as confessed against U>em. STATIC OF F1OHIIA. a part; ...I 1 lying In the ltnuth- lunt.I ono of the individual d l'aeril'd a high de-free of success. With J. W. THOMPSON '
i 1
OHDBK12D that cast quarter of the Soot h* .. t qim rter .. ut-d the :
Anu It Is further In re' Estate. of n, ,11 nd w In. .( ro.I"o the enlarged facilities incidental iC
this order be published once a KAEKNEU Osceola CountyNotlee of Io..tun Twnt> iim of Tlwn. t.rnp"s.'d i'hart i.r of the Ft rut' Mlatv' t 1
CHRIS
week tor 12 consecutive weeks In the Is hereby arlven to all wliora It hip .nSmith I HHTII. tank of J'"I"vlh' nnd In,IMK ,1ul\ the incorporation. they will doubteRs 1 I

Oaceola Journal a weekly _newspaperpublI.hed may conc..rn. 'that on the tat day of Twenty.nine Fast of rallahuHMerMInn ,", I "i\\ orn a,'kl''1 1..1..1 Ihnl,: h<. "'x'eut< dIn Ie able to make greater FUNERAL DIRECTOR '

In tae said County ot (Osee March. A. r) I U>. 1 shall apply| to the Onceola Countv i'lriia.,1 Ii, snub for th,. tiara nnd purn| .ne. xpiinsion, and the Telegram is much a 1 ,
ola and ot general. circulation in said Honorale T M Murphy. Judge of said do appiar to the (Complainant) Hill ofComplaint 1..ln I t.XI".R.. cl l "
final'Iseharfte h..ln fill d on or l h..rn. ,' 'Die I t "." Who I r'of. I hivi. h<.r..unlnn jleased to nol their success. and I '' _ _
County. Court. as Judge of Pro>ate for my \11"
Witness the Honorable Jamas W. Administrator of the estate 7th da>' of .\Irll. A l>. 191 1 15. 1m. thi-I a t TIM hll.1. I ,,,I nfTtX.d my Notnrliil' - -------- -

Perkins. Judge of said Court asd my of Ctirt as Kaonnel deceased: andthat aid Bill II taken, nn t-a.nt, HH,.e! :-.1 'thin 22 rid di\ of ,Ian lAr" 191 rnl llIKHA.Nh SPINELESS C\CTl'S I t \;; _
Clerk thereof and the official And tt further ordirtd Ihtt thIsordr 1$. ) .1011 V Jl I.MM 'iV EMBALMER tit
name as I at the same time I will present tosaid : I LCENSED
Circuit Court. this the Administrator I.e puhlinhtd once a wt < k for Nolntx, fill.IIStnt'. of FI..rhl" NOW AAnASTEEB; CROPTher" ,
saul flnsl account
seal of Court as 1t 4vi
First day ol January. A.. D. in 16Circuit of said my estate. and ask for their twelve ".......cuO"I .. wt.eka I in t h.. IIt M j ( oin inHHton) c'"plr"8 I l'ectha'r, 1 If I

J. L. OVEHSTRBET. approval 'y Uax,'11... a n..w.pa".r pub, lint)."AI-I 1 lIlt. Store and Chapel, Stewart AT.: .. r .

Court( Seal A. Clerk of the Circuit J H. HAL.LET Administrator. aid County of O."Ooa., ) B'at of !' hUH seldom been a plant that : fi ,
Court of Osceola County. Florida Dated Sept. Itth. A. D 1114, l Ida. and of general' circulation. In (IT \TT 01") 'F1Jiltii',\. ias grown in popularity like Hur .., rtef
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JOHNSTON. County 'ol'STY 0'!"
By JAMES: M. Deputy Clerk. \VltiKBR the Honorable James W. I n for mi t ,ll1'i"LE, ci|urn*-d Not a ry >ank' spineless cactus It far out.nnls.1 ;

GARRETT.Coun.el Pi'rklna. Judge of said 1 Court and mv lul,lit, In ,und, for It,.' Htato "f \1..rl.l. oth<'r forage crops in .
JOHNSTON & Complainant 4-10t NOTICE TO PROPERTY name an C'I..rk thr<.of and 41ie, offlrl I at I.ar".'. ItiHonally, npptar.i I l.Ittiila I and as a( for pint _ _ _ _ _ _ _
for ;
OWNERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTYI seal of nnld'Circuit Court. thih5th :-: ,. I. a- u .ll known anti krioiiM foo '
who I I" she<'t> and! is com- When. In Need of .
day of January A. n. 1915Official I I.M on i' of I tin Individual* 'x. hOIH. :
Under the new regulations every ( Seal I ('tr,'ult i (Tourt ) I rl.1 l t iu. for Kolntc |IIOXIH'.. <-nailer pun'd \ alfAlfa' as twelve t fif- fi' -
receives the named ( )( ii h,,' I IrHt Miit., Mnnk af K riariHllli VETERINARY SURGEON ; _
soldier and officer in France will be at following: J 1 ViitSTUKKr : ; : ; t'i i I IIh.1 ten in food value.
,,, dulBW aekn'wl.-atg.
It i line orn
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a special annual bonus of 200 francs precincts on dates given below for the JOhNSTON: & OAitiiB'nHolltltorn Clerk: Cir'uit: Court I h..-'a'-u 11. t lie Maim fo,. 'h.f 1"1 Spineless cuitux is not a theory ao,1 l -.I For- -1 ,

for every child under sixteen years purpose of receiving tax returns on for 1-12t ",..I purport, H thvrttn .'.lo..e. Jot an experiment California, is pro' VivV
I F. RICHMOND <
(o".lul.1 fHumrs _
.. .i, l.'of I
h..r..unt.
In hlv. $
of age. both real and personal property: I .. I IM\"I,h.IN 1 IIn,1 1 affixed ,inv N"orhd .h.tnj thouHnncla of cuttings of it an- A M*
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old Precinct No. 2, Shingle Creek, Jan- Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day a ii tl hale' ...:{id day of Jintiar\ 1915s (ualy. and each year the output Clipped $1 and. '' il--.
William Boselager. eleven years 29Precinct. , ,,I li < 'M \S |I' l3IU'i.l1'. than double that of the year up ?K *
St. Louis at a recent spelling uary Your druffirlot, will refund money if PAZOOINTS1ItNT Ntai, \ I l'ul.II. Mt.at. of FI..rll. .Iore _______
East
t- No.3, Campbell Station tulle to of Itchmc.Rlind. .,. lforl. single instances frequently f' .
words without an ; cure any cue I M> i oinrnlHrtton, I xpir-M. I 11. 11 191 I Loughman Road
1J.tatch spelled 1,400 January 30.Precinct ._ "dl ni or l'orudlol Piles'n Ito 14 Amy*. occur ing where the increase is a _

-Vtt rror in eleven hours. No.4, St. Cloud Feb. 1. Tile first gives I.e ai\>i !. Jc. ----. undrcd t one. 'rhone 1J1-I & KI.lmm-.

Precinct No6, Crabgrass, Feb 3. NOTK K. Cactus requires no tertlzer., and .,. '

: TRY TillS FOR NEURALGIA Precinct No. 6, Whittier Feb. 4. -; Notice Is nereby given that the unrnltrn grows best on dry sndy *. It ERNEST L. GREEN 'Y .; .; ._ _
Thousands of people 'keep'pn suffer. <' *'d a. (guardian of Francis, I"a- is admirably adapted the highlnds e :'. .. ::
do Precinct No. 9, Alger. Feb. 5. M. TILLER will make apolla t I \,.' ," "
they minor.
because IliiBh. a
with Neuralgia m..r fed
ing No. 7 Bassenger Feb. 8. T. M Murphy. of Florida can b cut and$ and ' "
Precinct
t. Neural- to the Tlon Sign Writer Decorative ; .i
do for it. .
not know what to Florida time of the For it ;
Feb. 10. Osoeola countv year. '
Precinct No. 8 Narcoosee ounty Judge co\a. '
cia is a pain in the nerves. What you Precinct No. 10, Reedy Creek February Real [stateAgency. I In probate pitting on the 16th day of hould be chopped/. but it Painter ':,,* ',. .&" : ',Y- ,
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want to do i* to sooth the nerve it- February. A D., 1916. at 10 o'clock.. without any preparation whatever.On j \
f.., wHfe.
the 11.Precinct. coon thereafter as said ap- lit
Sloan' Liniment to n or a* cattle 'PBOM28X .
eelf. Apply the Hawaiian island men
i No. 1 Kissimraee all iltcatloa can b. heard. for an order 'h '
--, surface over the painful part -do not Realty bought and told. !I uthorlxlnff the undersigned. .cuardvn eed tactus and rough grasses to :, 'i. $";v' "

: rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrate through month of March.46t Houses aforavald. to sell at prv.t. sale heir stock, and find it lutident with.out : 1
the '. irritated WM. L BARBER rut the saId P. A. Vane Asaew ,IT. .,Crawfet \.
to ( untl"I".4.lnt.r.t life
I quickly on.-bal anything for ,
.. very the inftamm tion. Assesor of Taxes, Osceola Co. Taxes Title* verified -i I and tah : etr .A_ .,,.. .
and allay
E nerve a following described land In O.- of the One grower u* v J

: Get a bottle of Sloan'. Liniment for for Dt cola _tntJ. Flora I ,hat he anim cattle that ._ , .

}25 cent! of any druggist and bav it OCTCatVNotlee .Accident In- Block Fora. Land.vand would not know how to drink 'water.rb.y VASACEAm., *. ,:* .

fin. the house-against Cold, Sore and le k.r* r jclvoa. that la ordar a mproT fnnt '. to'lbs have never tasted flndlnr the :
to vote Jn Ute eltr election I raranc. et it (
to qualify
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. i f 'GAZETTE" flI'DAYEiUARY 1 & IIS
- -> "-. .,_- f. r" "'--- THE KISSIMMEE I" VALLEY : tJ _

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--c "- : of how' they' hare been wronged by ,''Tuesday: KATZ:' STORK' HAS! DISPLAY' .: -

MlTAQftUA St. Cloud our'' government,. by. being driven Master Hamilton Brown/ .KI.. OF NEW SPRING MATERIALS:1 "

from their homes and robbed of theirrights slmmee' .was" ;visiting* his relatives Wan 'Ads.FOB
how The weather 'favored the Katz
; easily hUy were won by: Sunday man I .
: 'Tuesday.),'was'Old' Settlers' bar 'la kindness and how easily convinced kiss, Flossie Bryant. spent Sunday.,. Department "store Thursday upon the, .

BIG SUCCESS St. Cloud. and preyed to be the blf of wrong; He showed how their con In Klssimmee. occasion of-their first showing of white: .,. .

-4 test day witnessed In the Wonder Adence' must be won before this race Miss Blanche Nance Is visiting her goods for the spring and summer' season SALE-One of the finest grovesin .

City, since Its beginning, five year can be convinced and' then won to aunt, Mrs. ,Walter Lanler : It was a glorious$ day-warm ajid, Osceola county, located only: one:. .....

"- ago. At eleven'o'clock the parade of Christ He stated that from a child sunshiny and redolent of spring-and mile from city' limits. Forty-fly. '

8EV1IN ,DAYS FILLED'WITR EN. old'..W.n and ;their wives started he- admired the ,Indians and was ... .. the $hronlr.of people parading up and acres of best citrus land; twenty
: .O..O..O.O. '
'TJIkT! AINMENT FURNISHED BY over the route mapped out by Mar' truly thankful when his lot was cast down Broadway could not fall to be acres In splendid bearing trees. Finest ,!,

LEADING ARTISTS IN THEIR ihal Cummings, Leading the parade among them. He considers them as ORANGE! CENTER NEWS attracted by the display of beautiful variety of fruit. Yon can get ; ,

' PARTICULAR LlNE.', was City' Marshal Wilcox followed far more wort' y of confidence than ,. spring materials shown in the Katz this grove direct ,from the Downer .

Th.. Mcond '_ by the oldest contractor,Frank: Ba;.. lawless whites. He closed his address .... .... .... .. . ......... windows. A peep inside the store revealed and save Teal-estate commissions., \
"I'.1! annual assembly of the of Kissimmee, and several citizen onhorsebnek with the old song of "The Blue a surprising array of all the Address Box 427, Klsslmme Fla. '
..Imm.. chantaaqua .opened .Wed Juniette." The Rev. L. M. Beebe and wife of new-materials that have been heralded '. .
After them the
,nesday moraine of thin week at the' float "Florida which came beautifully Mr. and Mrs. Nathan O. Dye left Excelsior Sprint, Mo.. spent a short as favorites for the coming seasons 6%. MONEY 1% MONEY *%
was
,. casino with an unusually attractive decorated -by 'Mrs. Rice and Wednesday morning to attend t" e vacation here recently. While here and these were artistically displayed LOANS may be obtained for any: par- .J;

.' program scheduled for the entire session Mr.. Westcott and was occupied' by fair at Orlando. he preached two excellent sermon. among a setting of ferns and flower pose on acceptable real estate ..se4'curity
of seven day. Several of the He was so well pleased with the com lovely to behold.Practicallyall. ; liberal privilege; correspondence ,4
1. : artist appearing this year .were favorites six or eight of the very pretty young munity that he purchased 40 acres the women in town solicited. A. C. Agency \
ladle of the them OOOOOO.
city. Following .OOOOOO..OOO.O
of last :year's chautauqua, while nearby which he will have improved were in the store some time duringthe Company. 758 Ga., Electric Bldg.,',
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,.4; the new people are proving just a* came the flnt year people then the UNION CENTER. ] They left for their northern home day and if they came without Denver, Colo. 446 Pierce Bldg.
second the white and
charming entertainer The attendance year wearing; 4 last Saturday. much thought of new clothes they St. Louis. '7-4t I
-' of the third year the blue; then the busI- went consumed with ,"
', I chautauqua is increasing .O.O++OOOOOOOOOOOOORev. W. R. Kelley and wife of Black, away longing for
'n 1 daII ness men's float; first came Mrs.Penn's j j Ala., arrived here several days ago them and an inward joy that spring FOR SALE-Pair nice young mules, \ ;}
C. Rucker Adams float, who was the first womanto entertained when will become and harness and two '
chautauqua superintendent Chapman was by and are occuylng the Harney house was near they a wagon bug j
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opened the assembly on arrive in St. Cloud; next in line Mr. and Mrs. Funk Saturday and on Twelfth street. They Inspectedland necessit'. The new materials for gies. J. W. Wilson, 524 Main St. "v

: ' Wednesday with an able lecture on was Johnson's bakery the first to Sunday. I'I held by different relatives and spring include voiles embroidered 'TStpdFOR I\)

:i.' "Health." The attendance at this first come and stay In the business. The Those from Union Center who at- I are satisfied with same.I crepes, organdies new printed floral

'' session was small but the audience Priscilla club had a beautifully decorated .:>d the "box social" at East Lake I Their many friends are pleased to designs on backgrounds of silk, etc., SALE OR TRADE for horse and \'J.

was an appreciative one, and manifested float representing (ho Priarlllas Saturday night report a fine time. I greet Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Nelhercut all sheer and dainty and particularly wagon, one 2 cy. Buick in good ..'

( t unusual interest in the lecture. \ of the 17th century Including There was a large; attendance and from Kuntttrs City Mo., who arrIved adapted to wear in Florida.ANNOUNCEMENTS.. condition, good tires; must sell or

I ;: Mr. Adams ha* a wonderful physique Hip old spinning: wheel. One of the the sum of $25.00 was received for here on Sunday eveningThey reIgiet. trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. '

_ and gave demonstrations in physical imiHt )><>antlfil)I floats wan I In. one the boxes., hover: that their stay Is to Box 221. Kissimmee.. 7U( \.;;
culture to health. r decorated by lie ladies of the Kantcm !Messrs. Grover Irby and Rosier
necessary good I I j be but brief as Mr. Ncthercutt has --- ----.
: At the afternoon session the Ropers Star, who are staying at the. hotel 1.11 w'son motored out from town Sunday .I.several large Foil CITY C-CM"X II.M 4>. FOR SALE-Two-story wooden house 't.1

: Goshen orchestra and Miss Ethel Lee and who kindly volunteered! to I "v'ningand attended the services complete! bclore buIldliiK he will contracts 1 be I with us to rt'-I.*li'CtIon hfrclfx Hiinounoo HH city rounrllmanJ my cHmlldacy for and lot with fruit trees. Seven f.!''

c' Buxton rendered a delightful program do I their part to make I the. day a HUCreHH. at I llie ;chool house. || J \ THOMPSON. rooms and bath, electric lights. See
lIy.
''p:;' of musical numbers and solos. At this The I big< auto with UK load of c. I II. Funk and wife, Mr. and Mr. IJprll1anen The ----- --- it at 407 Emmett. Apply at address V'
fencing for the dlfT rc-nl plots KOIt ( I'l'l (0"c.t: !."*>. '
z. '( session all the children of the prim- beautiful li: atiiinunrp mvBt>lf tn candidate or write to August Koaz 1220, Mississippi >

!. ary !grades in the public school were etri'oI( called. lorlh great applause I Waller' hull, )Jr. and Airs. Funk and site haw arrived and Is in for rf-fl<*ctlon an city cotinclltiiaii;, St., LaCross, Wis. 7-4tpd
the invited !guests of the chautuuqua: from (the crowd which lined the curb) I ]I. K. ililliard! and family will attend, I belnK put and Holirlt, thi> siII.iort| of th<' voter utthf
: place I III In week. hose plots! will HppruuchttiK l I ; primary FOR, Tit AUK-New *68 vertical feed J
management. Or. Adnu W. Moore ad- When I the IHlfaI.dl ISIII II 1i.d at Oak I I the county fair t this week at Orlando. J. :I). WDODUKCK..
(then be uncIllalll..d '
Improve. \ to sewing': machine 'or live stock ,
dressed the children. drove; Park, there aualtcd tliein a Miss! Itinnchc* Lawson was n guest --
r-'' In the evening the session was Ol"n.ed dinner which for HH quality and at t the C. !M. Smith home Sunday.Tin I trees, etc. Mrs. Vlall and !Mrs. t5. H. Woodall. poultry or farming implements. S.
the Goshen orchestra. Mrss ; I W. CWills, of :Mayville, Ky.reached .. of Shingle Creek spent Monday In W. Downing. 7-tt
'%' 't by <(iuantny ,i-oiild hot lie excelled any many friends of :Mr.i Snrenirwere ,
I here last Hi
Buxton rendered several favorite vocal -I "h....... Following the dinner. ciune triad 1 to see him at the Sunday Wednesday.. hip city cthopplnK. FOR RENT OR SALE 1
c has land on the tract. ThlH Is his Two-story >
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selections, and then followed the the of morning seivice again after an illness -
) ptOKnmi connistiim: speecheHliy store building on Brack St. North
] M'cond visit, the first being when hicame If
; lecture of Dr. Moore on "The LostArt I lie leading old "'.t I lore also miiHC of two weeks.Mr. Kissimmee. H. C. StanferJ 29-tf
-: :' ? of Living." The children of the t hv the St. Cloud hand and drum and Mrs. Longenockvr< and, little I> to Inspect his purchase and l he J!
I Effect of Great
Is well ,
pleased with I the Im pro\ement Kidney
higher grades of the public school corpx. InlerHperHed I with Hinging by ? daughter were guests at the Jeff 1 WANTED-Orders for cypress field il
In the community. I He will have his
; were invited guests at the evening Harbor home Sunday afternoon. :''
4 the large and well choxen (choir let boxes." Prices right. Oscoela Lam ;>
land cleared\ .
and
set to trees.II.
,1* .1 se Hion. by our well known and popular choir Misp Nettie Ilaye, who is attending ber & Furniture C.>. 29-tf ,
L. Spangler and wife, of st. is Soon RealizedI
,,4 Thursday morning the Bible hour' leader Prof. Lynch. Great credit Is bvliool, at Kissimmee visited her Remedy
? was conducted by Dr. Moore, while the mother Sunday.Mr. Joseph, Mo.. returned to their homeIn STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.60
due to committee
v ', the afternoon was given over to the menU for the of on the arrange. Ii : and Mrs. Lawson entertained the North Tuesday, having spenta I for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.50. -
;! "Alkahest favorites, violinist reader success day.C. quite a number of their friends and ten days' vacation on their farmon feel it my duty to let you know Peach, plum pear and cherry treesat

and soprano followed by a popular relatives at. their pleasant home last Sand Lake.r.. Spangler addedto what Swamp-Root did for me. I wasbothered 10 to 15 cents each. John Llght-

?'' lecture, "I Am the State." by James R. Facey wife and two daughters Thursday night. A good time is re- the grove he already ha dby planting with my back for over twen- I foot E. Chattanooga Tenn.48tf

A' H. Shaw, Bloomington 111. who have spent the past two portrd by those present.Joe several hundred trees. ty years and at times I could hardlyget

MI.. Willis Friday Afternoon. winters here left Monday evening to Harvey made a business trip to Messrs. Robolns and Spahr w 're out of bed. I read your adver. FOR RENT-8-room residence, furnished

return to their home in North Da St. Cloud Friday.A in Orlando last Wednesday and pur- tisement and decided to try Swamp- $16 -room, $10; b-roem,

,'' '. The program for Friday was taken kota.Mr. large number from this commun- chasea a stock of groceries; which Root. Used five bottles, and it has $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and insurance -

up at 10:30 by a lecture on "The" and Mrs. Bevler who have ity went to view the wreck of the has been placed on sale In the post- been five years since I used it, and I 202 Broadway.
Brotherhood of Man in
Literature. been spending some time at St. shingle mill last Sunday. office building. They will conducta have never been bothered a day sinceI
Miss Meddle O. of Chau- TOMATO PLANTS-For sale
I by Hamilton Cloud left Wedntbday to spend u Aaron Story and Lonnie Hughley strictly cash store. I took the last bottle of it. I am 5,000-
) N. Y. while this afternoon Miss 000
tauqua, week 'it Tampa before returning toArkansas. attended the dance at Narcoosee last Recent guests at The Pines Include thoroughly convinced that Dr. Ku.mer's Livingston's Globe grown on
i t 7 Maud Willis who became so popular virgin soil. $1.25 per M.; also head-
I' week. the following: Rev. J. A. Swamp-Root cured me and
here last will make her first for
sweet J.
'F year: appearance Senator A. E. Donegan and Mr. H. Lloyd Harvey visited homefolks Aaron Center Point, Tex. ; A. B. Ferguson would recommend it to others suffering quarters potato slips.
the for this
-4 on program as- R. Davis. Bartow. Fla. 5-5tp
A. Hunter were St. Cloud callers Beall Rosedale as I did. ,
' on Sunday.Mr. and Chas. K. .
Louis M. Allard will furnish
sembly.
I : the piano recital for the afternoon Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Cross are guests of Mo. ; Hev. James Hebden Toronto, My husband was troubled with FOR SALE-Several nice young :Jersey '

r and accompany Miss Willis in her John Hoover, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee this week. Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Hob! Graham, ney and bladder troubles and he kid-I l cows, just fresh S. W. Down-.

> readings. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mr. and Mrs. Rep Floyd and Mrs. Mo. ; Henry May and Robt. Porter your Swamp-Root and it cured lag Phone 241-L. 7-tf

Tonight the great Floyds will furnish Daughtpry for the past week left Dora Floyd visited at the parental Mr. J. S. Dunaway. Atlanta. Ga. This was about five years ago. | ''.)

, an entertainment in magic and Wednesday evening: to visit his brother Barber home Sunday. The entertainment at the school You may publish this letter if you DWELLINGS for rent, opply to il

't' I mystery, and Louis M. Allard cele- at Gainesville, Fla before return- --- house Saturday night consisted of a choose. I Tiller. ,'

) brated pianist, will render a selectprogram. ing to his home at Lancaster Pa. . .OOOOOO night of old darkey songs and jokes. Very truly yours, '
r: J. W. Prentis, one of Klsslmmee'H o Massa's in de Cold l. Cold Ground, MRS. MATTIE CAMFIELD, : FOR RENT-Desirable apartments
foremost business dTiltItMAN CIT.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO \' + Cas- R. F. D. No. 3 Gobleville Mich. I strictly modern; four rooms and
: For the remainder of the session men, was a St Spahr; My Old Kentucky home
the program follows': Cloud caller Tuesday. o sady; Carry Me Back to O'd Vir- Subscribed and sworn to before me bath; private entrance centrally lo

ftatardar.Ml Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Tripp are entertaining ginia I'mberger; Swanee Hlver, Har this 13th of July, 1909.ARVIN cated. Apply 116 Beaumont ave
.. I nue. Mrs. S. J. Souders. 8-1 tpd.
manager.Meddle O. Hamilton platform their daughter and her Mr. Ballanger and family have ney ; Old Black Joe Ramsey ; Don't.1.lke W. MYERS. I

; Morning Hour-"Tennyson. Voice of husband Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. Hender moved to Klsslminee. a Nigger Nohow, Morrey ; solo Notary Public FOR SALE-Home--auned fruits,

i \. Victorian AKC." Miss Hamilton, Chau son, of Walton,. N. Y., at their temporary Mr. and Mrs. Steve Acree were I Spence; duett Harney and Keen. I for Van Duren Co., Mich. some household goods, garden

tauqua.' Afternoon N. Y.Concert-Muslcnl' Tr..t. by borne In the Wright cottage callers on Michigan avenue Friday.Mr. rake, hoe, etc- Will sell cheap. On

4 Helen Clark ....... contralto .cololit on Carolina avenue and Thirteenth and Mrs. W. C. Senslba Mr. I I l>r. Hlll.rltrr_.. c.. .'... Alaska avenue, one block west of ;

't' lit New; An York Oriental; Mr Hilda tttory Pet In Costume rmann.,plan-with street. Mr. Henderson is a nephewof and Mrs. W. A. Skinner and A. M. DEATHSHUDSON. stlKh.t_.. N. I'. Bermuda avenue about 1-2 mile

( many choice eoloa.Addre Harvey Henderson, who Is stopping Senslba attended the Dixie performance north of Vine St. L. I. Harvey. Ip
'"', "Woman and Education" at the same place. at KissImmee Saturday.Mr. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do I \
t Mr a. Ida B. Cole, Chautauqua. N. Y. Mr. :J. C. Riddle, father of For You. FOR 'SALE-Ten boarding and
.c ", our pop- Wade LanIer and family expect I room
Evening Hour-Prelude concert Helen '
14 Clarke LINKS' contralto soloist; Mr.. ular dentist L. C. Riddle, arrived in to move to Red Land the latter Friends In this city will regret to Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., I rooming house, corner Broadway
Hilda Petermann accompanlat. St. Cloud Wednesday Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size j and Brack street. Would trade forsmaller ,
morning to part of the week. learn of the death of Dr. E. C. Hud- I
Popular, ? .L.eture-"Tako Lou :J. B.aucarnp.'hb the.* Bunny "spend' a few days with his son. Mr. Miss Ruth Acree Is taking music I son, which occurred suddenly last sunday bottle. It will convince\ anyone. You property; two lots and good
_ :I, C. Riddle is will also receive a booklet of valuable farm. W. M. Siver. Stf;
Muaday. a farmer
-It' prosperous lessons of Mrs. W. A. Skinner. morning in his pulpit at the Methodist : ;

-: i Grand Miss Hamilton.tnaaa meeting platform at I p.mnaager.m., when, of Balentlne S. C... and Is much Mrs. Roberts is on the sick list. church of Green Cove Springs, Information When about the kidneys be and and t
bladder. writing sure
" the reirular", chautauqua vesper. service pleased and surprised to see so largea Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Skinner and Fla., just as he was beginning his ser I KOTltWITO CHKlJITOKS. .L"
;" will be used, and all participate. Ineharic town after'haonat Lawler mention the Kissimmee Valley Ga- '
,
_ _ ,, ','ro Mrs. Senslba spent Monday mon. Rev. S. W. of this city,
of Mlea Meddle. O. Hamilton. zette. Regular fifty-cent and one- la CoBrt-ef the C.u.ip' Judge, State ''
;
,
\ '..t ', C. F. Bach and wife, John C. Martin Steve Acree's.A was immediately notified and went to
Reed -
.
: ,,,}- Special music by Mia"", Helen dollar size bottles for sale at all drugstore .t FlorIda Uaela :t,;;;,.....!...-.' Alexander, harpist and aololnt. Arthur Martin and Fred Sklrlo, number from )here expect to attend Green Cove Springs.Dr. In re Estate of Milton 8. Coworer.i .
'J':" .U.Read I no- by Miss Jeanette 1!: Broom- neighbors of Olin tengra at Sebe- the fair at Orlando this week. Hudson and Mr. Lawler had *. 7.4tI I i, To all credltora. l.gat..1 distributees "',',
.
', cturo-8ermon! Prof. Ch. I>ane.Maoon. wang Mich., called on Mr. Pengra Mrs. Stephen Acree and daughter been college friends and roommates and manda all attalnst peraone Bald estate aim.: or da. ,

; j\ Qa. and family Tuesday motoring over Ruth, spent Sunda-y at Campbell Sta- and warm friends for more than thir RUBMYTISMWill i I I You. and each of you are hereby ti
No admlialon will be charted but a .
from Daytona Fla. ty The deceased has frequently .
liver offering will be taken, up to defray They were all I years. notified and required to preaent anT
the expenses, of talent. well pleased with (the appearance of tion.The road north of Thurman Cityon occupied Mr. Lawler's pulpit here cure your Rheumatism claims and demand. which you or
., 'I Mondar.Prof. and i is well known. The body was Headaches Cramps either or you may have against the
." St. Cloud. Michigan avenue has been repaired. Neuralgia, estate of Milton B. Cowirer, deceased, ,
'
_ ChaILLane. platform manairrr/ taken back to Dr. Hudson's, old homein and late of Oscoola
VHorlda.
tdorb, *- "liftman. Not Dan Armstrong One of our popular Colic, Sprains Bruises, Cuts county to theuder.igntd
_ _
,
Learned Afternoon from Concert Bookt." Prof.Full{ ha.concert.Mlaa I.one. young men left Friday eveningfor I Mrs. Hatcher was the f guest of her Tennessee for interment. Bums, Old Sores Stings of Insects tate within! admlnlatrator two years o.ft.b"d:: date ea-
a visit with a friend at sister Mrs. Roberts the fore of hereof.
Zellwood. part
: nroomrll. A-n.t Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used internally -
_ Jeanette reader SM iTI 1.
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,
Haled February 8 A. II 115.
.child Impersonator: Mr.. Helen Reed Fla. Dan has just completed a beautiful the week. I i I
: and externally. Price 25c. :J. O. COWGER.
/Alexander: harplet Philadelphia, Pa. sal boat ,and he wanted to HOC The remains of J. I). Smith, who 8-8t Administrator.
il...
ConcC'rt--R..I..dlon. ) ,
__ __ __ o ;Jeunet"Bvenlns:Broomell; solo, Helen Reed his friend before attempting too biga died at his home on Clyde avenue and
IAIzander h.rpl.t. risk on the lake. Taking everything 0' < Mabbette street on Thursday of last -
000000000000000000000.000000000.0000000000000000'000.t1ell I I : I I I I I I I I I I I I .I
I Popular' x..ture--.Char..t..r Read- into consideration, one cannot + ('.\I\II>IIEII. + week were shipped to Jersey Shore : : I I

I : .'>. laugh ln Dr.. Stanley aa a a minute Bualneia L. ;Kreba practical and phycholoKUt.Social clever Asset aclentlflo. A- blame Dan.Children's. day at Chautauqua will + OOOOOOOOOOO + Penn.,were for held interment.here. Rev.Funeral Wither-services / Here' com!' to, Stay

- helpful. All bualneaa men andS bd Friday and Saturday when there pastor of the Presbyterian

.j salesmen should 1've hear.4aT.It. being no school all school childrenwill We are having some very pleasant church spoon read a Bible lesson and talk and (o te// you each aeek
weather' now. It is just cool
- ed after which the G. A. R. Wok
Prof. Chas. Lane platform manasrer."XWnrmlns be admitted for twenty-five camp
; Hour-"Selected Topic" by cents a day--three sessions. enough for everyone to enjoy It. charge of the service. The local Odd u/here to bU Hardware

:<':...!. Ihna'-Lana. Macon, Oa. Mual- Comrade D. K. -Hall and wife of Mrs. Aarcn Keavea spent Tuesday Fellows also attended the funeral in .:;f
(: '
Afternoon neert--ocphfOan r abll- Columbia in Klsslmmee.Rev.l a body and formed an escort to the I
visiting
avenue enjoyed ; '
eat club. A ot mu.l..al A. J. Ghlll conducted two neservlc..s \
L_____ i itT and a great variety with their old friends O. C. Haman depot. ..5Iy
including a bras. quart..t. hero Sunday. and his wife had been
numb..r. The deceased 34F
,
to cartoonsketehC and George Burnett of Unity WIs.
fe"t /i'.- mu.lcal accompaniment Mlsn Mabel Scott. of Klsr.lmmee, residents of this city for two or three
Im..r..onatlnn.
.. coins and They are much pleased with St.
.: ,. Ev.nlnlr Coneert.-orph.an Mu.lcal Cloud and plan to return later. was the gUCt of Miss Ernestine years. He was a. G. A. R. veteran G.,
\. Brown from Friday'afternoon until Odd Fellow. His death was
and
club. an
L.cture "Mo 1rn Mlraclea. The Rev. W. H. Hall, priest in ,
.1 JepuIaF, B WMbourn. .cl..ntlat. Union' charge of the Episcopal mission of Sunday morning.Mrs. due largely to old age though he was TI6E-HKS MARK i '. ito -
t I Fliv. Ind. Ma nlno ntly llluatrated. l.y Owen Lan'er liaR been quite active up until the time of death having :-
and St. Cloud will conduct services at the
of thirty miracle 111: her home for the about the
th. performance at past week. bean at work yard
... hall at 3 m. Sunday Febru- !J
gu. p.
: ( ( &fcoln VoP t"c e. and farewell. ary 14. Nir. H. G. Lamb was In this city Thursday morning. .

__ We are sorry to learn that T. A. .. '
AND THOMPSON .
; WOODBKCK '
\ Horn, our hay 111 last %
CANDIDATES FOR HE-ELECTION man. was very *<-<> 4"<><"* "0"0***<"C"0 0'4"$* '4> t .
; week but are glad to record that : : : x

J. D. Woodbeck and;; J. W. Thomp- Mr. Horn is now able to be up a part The Place Where You Always Save Money

: \!4 :: ," announced that thy will be I of the time.

; ::; i: candidate, to succeed themselves as Mrs. Trover and daughter of Beaver -.,. .

_ "' members of the city council. Mr. Falls Pa., who have been visit Fair Play Market $ It t ",,'

:}:0//i\ the Thompson council' is and at Mr.present Woodb president ck filling of- ing week with left friends Wednesday in St. Cloud morning the past for JUt o I;

; Palmetto Fla., where they will spend :$
;', I". 1 out the unexpircd ten"hofth"ir;
the remainder of the winter.Mr. I IaDd
__, ${:i"." ;' T. M. Rlverlli n res March. and Mrs. John Houston were You always save mODe-when you buy here. I save oa rent J: ..

,If) 1f f.- terms HoJmes Prather' term a* council- Klsxliumee vlHltors on Wedsesday. I tell and pay cash for everything I handle. I have no credit Y

,:(.1 In March also but asIt' W. :J. Smalley and wile of Cold- of the
''t'' I' man will be up customers and no uncollectible bills. These are some reason
: .
_4," I. .he has not Announced himself a water, Mich., arrived Friday eveningto 1
_ "" "" yet why save yqu money.
lor *"ebctlon. spend a few months at the Wonder .
-" 'l' candidate IL
Ii :, .; ', the off'ees :
for ,"
;" : Noopposing candidates City. Mr. and Mrs. Smalley are stop

(,- ,f. I have announced all yet. The pri- ping at the beautiful home of J. J. Saturday SpecialsGood HELLO EVERYBODY.. _
elec-
_: ;z-: : . ' ,mary: Is March 6 and the. general Wills on New York avenue.H. sweet, juicy picnic Hams; average from 5 to 8 pounds. : I'M "liCE.S I

'. ,.) .'f.. ttoft..March 27. ., W. Riddle and wife, of Ravena.6hlo Cat 1
Get Saturday 1 -
' were in this city a few days yours
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HERE TO TELL YOU WHICH IS -
C I'M THE
BEST
: CRIES FOR M J .
.f EOCIAIJST this week and were much pleased only (per pound)_ "

,i.: ,_ -, ,i'J . GERMANY OT QUIT TUE social-WAR with our city. Mr. R'dd'e Is the president Also some nice DRESSED CHICKENS. HARDWARE STORE IN TOWN. IT IS "

: :' .ljt, ,Amlterdam-Uerr.lUrr.ch.: a o. the Riddle Coach and Hearse

: .' ; 1 ;11It.,deputy, ereated. a.furore In the the factory at R ."enna. HOME MADE CORN BEEFI W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY

f .-i" iTnssian cuet .b'.tertlnJr that Mr. and Mrs. :James Rowland and
the real old-fashioned beef. of it with cab-
> r Try
::! ) to aup'jIfi keep com some .
; alist party'refuledfurther : Klsslmmee visitors THEY SELL GOOD. RELIABLE HARDWARE. '
; Jr.
:\ia ,. r James were ..
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::; port the Rorernment.and.demandiiig on Monday.Mr. bare or beefhatk. Trail lever use an, < '

,'. \ termination'aDother'ttOdallatJ' of the: war. Interrupttd Dr..:KarS. .and Mrs. Frank Simpson of other kiad (per poood) _?,.-?- 1 J I* THEY KEEP THE PRICES HAMMERED DOWN LOW.YOtrLL : '

: ember.HerTHeyderbrand Nareoo..... spent Tuesday with their GET A SQUARE DEAL
;;'il :.the. wnserva T. d.scrlbtnt the daughter, Mrs. U S. :Baker.

; \' '\ > who *a ''dec1a. Rev."T.-Q.. Bundy, of Otego N. Y.,, YOU'LL SEE ME EVERY'WEEK. ,,'
people* POWE'RS:
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