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 19, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00686
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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PROVES RIGSUCCESS CONTEST HEREON CUC4flflIES': .


KISSIMMEE IS URGED TO BE THERE .

MONDAY AND TUESDAY IN ,

PILLEY BUILDING UNDER AUS- OFF HONORS ,', ,
PICES MOTIIERS' CLUB-BRING ., .
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: YOUR KIDDIES. I I Meeting in ,Mnklnson's Hall Will Be alled-"t'01 'i >,


1 A Well Known Floridian Teachers better Under babies auspices Literary contest of and the and Social Mothers bazaar club will and a Is Awarded Second Grand Order at 7i3O O'clock'"BII; .Plans .to Be Discussed i BULKHEADING,

--There Will Be- Plenty of Good Music
be held Monday and Tuesday February
Makes ExperimentsTHORNLESS 22 and 23, in the storeroom of Prize at OrlandoIL '
and Speeches-Everybody Turn Out.
the Pilley building on Broadway, formerly t.. I LAKE
occupied by the H. E. Cole -

PEAR CACTUS ALSO Jewelry company. The club is endeavoring I 'E. SW ABEY 1.n.WHO WAS IN The board of trade mass meeting which had. bee aaaonced d for yesterday! FRONTr
GOOD BOTH
THRIVE WON- to interest mother in
every CHARGE OF EXHIBITS WAS DE-
DERFULLY IN THIS CLIMATE the county in the contest and there LUGED WITH QUESTIONS CON-i was postponed because of the Sunday School institute at the Presbyterian IS SUBJECT:

AND ON KISSIMMEE PRAIRIE.By will doubtless be a large number of I CERING'OSCEOLA COUNTY.The I church aid will be held tonight (Friday) instead. The mass meeting b Called 'AGAIN-MANY OF

babies present to compete for the for 7:30 o'clock i Ia MakinsoaV haD and cordial invitation b extended. to CITIZENS.FAVOR. :'''
( H. A. HUNTER.) medals and diplomas.All I Hunter Land company de.etye.1 everyone'interested in the growth and welfare of the city to attend. ISSUE., .: 7, ,. '
children in the six the credit for representing Osceola 1
county over
As the extraordinary merits of months and under four years may be county at the Sub-Tropical MidWinter EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT.The Since.' th.:bard'of trade meeting

Florida as a stock-raising country be- entered! and no entrance fee is reulr- fair in Orlando this year and it idea of this meeting a to infuse new-tfe into the board of trade andto last 01>week'.considerable Interest has . .

come known, it would seem that more ed. Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter, 203 Bryan is a matter of public gratification that i get every citizen and property-holder to co-operate with the board in working been manifested again in bas bulkrheading .: :t.,

attention should be given to the selec- street, is secretary of the club and the company's exhibit carried off the I for a greater Kisiimmee. The speakers of the evening will point out why /of the lake. There been
tion of the best food for stock. considerable talk al.o'of a new bond
mothers are urged to send in their I second grand prize awarded for best
The department of forage at Wash- babies' names to her at once. The individual farm display as well as-a! every person interested in the growth of the city should become an active member issue for the city for the purpose of. ::1 '

ington appears to hold, for instance, babies will be judged according to a number of blue ribbons on various of the board of trade and how through a real live "booster" organization making this,and other.needpublie'

+ that para grass is at present the best, health standard.Dr. articles of produce in the exhibit. I many of the things we dream of for the future will become realities in a short improvements and a" number of prominent ....
v and then perhaps rhodes grass. H. S. Geiger will be the physi- While the county had no official display i "ne' .citizens have*,expressed them.

On a farm on the Kissimmee prairie cian in charge, assisted by Miss Mar-- at the fair the Hunter Land company's BIG PLANS FOR FUTURE TO BE DISCUSSED.It selves in "favor',',..of- 'bonding ,for, ;
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Osceola which has been 200000. ,
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county garet Evans, trained nurse. Dr. Gei- exhibit was in every respect atypical I
e7 in operation for a period of five years, ger is one of the city's well known display of county products anda j it planned to elect new officers by the board of trade at the mass meeting i. To recount: the advantages that

|X< we have come to the conclusion that young physicians and is highly esteemed -I creditable advertisement of things: and to have a number of speeches by leading citizens on the subjects that would result from the bulkheadlng of'

the best forage to grow is (with the by the people of Osceola coun- that can be grown on Osceola soil. Peoi i seem of vital public interest at this time. A number of big proportions be'pre.nted the lake Is unnecessary. for every resident ,
1. possible exception of corn and Japanese ty while Miss Evans comes highly I for .the; Osceola county exhibit -' the audience for their consideration and The Kiiiimmee of the city is agreed that it Is
approval
r that one thing neded to make Kissimmee
cane), natal grass. The latter recommended from the Wesley Memorial were directed to the Hunter com- 'J
,l we much prefer to either para or hospital /Atlanta, Ga., and ism pany's booth and no exhibit at the band will furnish a musical program also and those who attend cannot fail toae the most attractive Inland town

rhodes grass, for although the yield I every way competent to assist with fair attracted more attention than stirred with a new enthusiasm for the future of the city. A united citizenry. in the state., The plans for bulkhead.

of rhodes grass is larger, that is about this work. Two bronze medals will be theirs. Mr. H. E. Swabey, who was Mailing to work and boost, is all that Kisiunmee needs. The city has made ing that have .been discussed: before A y

'f all one can say 1 In:, its favor. given to the boy and girl scoring in charge of the exhibit, was deluged great strides in its far and ;it is up to the citizen to see that Include a lake shore drive and parkway a+
and dredging of the lake ,where
Stock Relish Natal Grass Highest. Six better babies diplomaswill with questions concerning Osceola
should like to ask the government also be awarded. county. These were intelligent questions Ihi growth continue! needed to make accessible at all

if ... ver fed rhodes grass, after rals- The better babies' movement, which from intelligent people, says Mr. wJJw times for boat travel. _
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g - t Our experience has shown originated a little more than two I Swabey, and he feels sure that many BRIT With such improvements the city
practically refuse it unless years ago, has swept the country un- of these questioners were more than would offer a hundredfold inducements
o trving. On the other hand, til now there are few mothers who do casually interested In the county. 1REAT. TO PI to the winter*tourists besides bang -'"
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ben fitted.in a, commercial way. AU.
; i We-vXi natal grass is better than tim- not know something about it. To have Experts Visit Booth. '
} othy, being higher in protein, and perfectly well babies is a prime obJect "As evidence of the notice this par- the lake shore property, .would v,hogreaUy ,
? stock relish it. Natal is of the movement and the con- enhanced: in value and mad.'
F
grass green ticular exhibit attracted Dr. Hood of '
the year around (unless killed by a tests, wherever given, stimulate inter- the United States government experi- extremely,,,,desirable' for: .reslden_'

heavy frost). est and enthusiasm among mothers. ment station Dr. A. P. Spencer, of the HUNGER UNTO GERMANYT pr8everal'months; :when Captain t
It is perennial, voluntarily reseed- agricultural other ago
s state bureau two the'
his. ,
Bit made to
report city on
> ing itself. The ground for Mr. Baker '
Gainesville
planting and ,
j experts I -
the method and cost of bulkheadlng
?; must be free from from weeds five until to it gets NEWS ITEMS FROM_ farm demonstration agent of Orange oo o oo.o t I!: London, .En&l.ndnt prohibition lt.wa..estimated'that.the work..proposed . y
Jt yields seven visitors
start. at tie
w a county, were frequent ( r against foodstuffs destined for Germany could be done for a little,more +
ton. per acre; and cuts five time booth and-brought'in -a number of .ALL PASSENGER TRAFFIC1 '* .
i. was-formally proclaimed' *.! by than.'100,000und... private contract,:*'c
NATIONAL CAPITAL
year on good soil containing, humus. people to show them the produce on 0 HOLLAND AND' Great Britain WednesdayThe government's or S6ooowlth a munlclpal"lant.' ..*'R
In preparing land for natal grass, first display.The + SUSPENDED
considered libersl'estimataand
retaliatory measure againstthe This was a
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plant cowpeas or velvet beans, which booth itself was very attractively O OO threatened German submarine it is therefore' safe to ,assume 'A
Washington, D. C., Feb. 19.-(Special \
be plowed under after hasbeen decorated with round kum- 19v Thesuspension 0 .1
London '
may lad February blockade' will into immediate el that ,the figures would all ex .

to the Gazette.)-One of the most go over .
turned in. Seed all the thefirs 'and the thirty-eight distinct ..
P quats of all traf- 0
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of lime to interest compelkng. current articlesin articles on' to r..o.nger feet penL: __, _,_._J-_.,
time, an application display were arranged O fie between Eng Hol-;* There seems to be not th.'alight'est A
the of this month is
sweeten it is always advantageous. periodicals the best advantage each in plain view O land 'is the immediate effect of.
disposition on the part of the British -
', 'p r' Thornlesa Pear Cactus. that on rural credits by Senator Dun- and talfJl'ed'.o that visitors not familiar O the German submarine blockade + with A. C. L EXTENDING
to Germany. "
government temporize
Natal grass stands severe droughtsrhodes can U. Fletcher, of Florida, in the with some of the things grownin O of the British Isles. ,The Scan-'. .,by accepting: : the proposition .' ,: : ?
National magazine just off the .
'-. grass doe. not. Natal grass I. has press.Senator ,Florida could tell what they were. dinavian lines are yet'unaff.cteL'O made by"the German government

more easily cured;,looks brighter ands the National Fletcher contributed article ito in Among the things shown were natal, Meanwhile the British public the, United States that. if Great Britain STEM OF ;Y 'Tom
a ten-page ,
; greener and to man as well as beast which he into the rhodes and para grasses', slap cane, Is studying the German reply to O .:would not interfere with neutral ;
thoroughly '
I 'v a field of,natal gru.'il; a,fascinating. goes broom'eo",' corn, dasheens, commercial the ''American note concerning shipping carrying'supplies of foodstuffs +
of finance. The '
f fsight.. subject agricultural citron, vegetables of all kinds, potatoes O the war cone and perceives no to non-cons stantGermans the :NEARYENEERmCAPTAIN' ;
article I. written.and is of.in
-Then again an important forage thatlas terest to ably who is either di easav.or&nces, ''grapefruit, *. yielding:'on the part'."ofd: Germany. .-:* recent declaration, of .a. .war ,cone '}
every man ,
,; l been largely neglected to date lathe concerned with limes, !to."'In Addition a small eucalyptus O The announcementn around the British Isles and threat of : -' -.Q
reetly Indirectly'
thornlesa pear cactus. This is farming.or In his article he takes occasion tree was on display and specimens O British retaliatory< campaign,U sinking British merchantmen in those JOHNSON :CAN' NOW' '

found by government experiments to to compare the different billson of crude: and polished wood. A momentarily expected.: ; waters would be withdrawn. UNLOAD FREIGHT DIRECTLY
be palatable, especially when fed All Grown Prairie. .
very on BOATS TO CAXS OTHBB
rural credits now pending before . .. .................. FROM -
with about 10 per cent, sorghum hayr the senate banking and currency com- All of the articles in the displaywere .00. .... (Additional War ewe. Fag.PROMINENT Three) IMPROVEMENTS MADE.
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cottonseed hulls. This plant thrives grown on*the Hunter Land com- -- ---
mittee in Washington and easily '
In Florida and yields from twenty- shows thatthe Fletcher-Moss bill is pany's farm on the Kissimmee praln SPEAKERS Through *n.agreement .witb'C MJ', i "
h .five tq two hundred tons to the acre the bill that is best adapted to the e. The specimens of corn, especially, GHAUTAUQTA OVER; ) ; Clay Johnson, the Atlantic Coast Line) ''tl'
per year. An acre of it has been needs of the farmer in the United were some of the fittest every grownon railway',is repairing and extending'V'
known to grow one ton a day in a States. the prairie, and the casava and the) stem of a the Ytrack'near the, E
R warm sunshiny day. It should prove dasheens attracted particular attention SPLENDID 'PROGRAM lAT S. S. INSTITUTE Lakeside Veneering mill so as to be

z eventually a valuable feed, especially Hon. W. J. Sears, who after March from out-of-state visitors, who of great advantage,the lake traffic. -
a In dry seasons, when there is a scarcity 4 will represent the Fourth congressional inquired their uses, etc. I . Th.,railroad has also!.had the, y;
't of water, as the plants contain I district of Florida in the houseof The company is entitled to all of the Kisvimmee's chantanqua closed Prof. E. Richmond of Philadelphia I canal: In this neighborhood dredged a
from 87 to >93 per cent water, al- representatives is already' on the I praise the exhibit elicited because ofits Tuesday. night after a seven days' session and Rev. W. L. Lelaher. superintendent i out and that, with the grading for the; '

': ":, -though low in protein and high in lob in Washington Mr. Sears maybe attractiveness and also because filled with interesting and profitable -, 'of teachers training in the Florida switch extension, has made it possiblefor ', .
ntf mineral ''matter.'yr. seen any of these fine days about they went to considerable expense in entertainment The chautauqua; Sunday School association: wen Capfc.Johnson to run his boats to... t .
the house or senate chamber, conferring putting the display at the fair, it having I was not the financial success hoped for speakers: at the Sunday school" Institute a point where freight can be unloaded:, w
1 with the senators or representatives been carried more than a hun- it, however, and was not as well patronized held Thursday afternoon and dlr.ctiyfrom; the boats to ,the.ears.'-
MAKE TRIP FROM He is anxious to learn the dred miles by-auto. as it deserved consideringthe evening in the Presbyterian church, This ls a big advantage at this time 1p..'

'J promise of acquainting Other Oaeeola Exhibits. high character of the programs The lectures: of Professor Richmondwere when ,the Johnson .bo*** are hanliar
himself with conditions rapidly.He The Yellow Pine Lumber company's presented. All the lecturers, readers, unique and wonderfully impressive. enormous amounts of naval store products .
:/ WAGON is a man who makes friends easily. exhibit of its fine furniture made from and musicians were artists In their ., He used a revolving blackboard as well as other freight :Tit
>; .,, NEBRASKAJN Florida longleaf yellow pine and red lines and furnished a week[ of entertainment and pinned on his pictures: illustrating naval stores now being handled are' )
:' Hon. Emmett Wilson, representative cedar, which was displayed at the that this town rarely has the truths and principle. he wished transported from the'Flordia Naval '

'. Some of the moat interesting vlsit from the Third district in the Seminole county fair the week before the privilege of seeing. to teach. These pictures compel company camps Kissimmee a
,:tors in the city this week were Mrs. house, is in Pensaeola. His healthis the Orlando fair did not arrivein Mr. C. Rucker Adams, superintendent attention while they awaken a pleasing stores I about thirty-eight. miles down 4

"rW t H. Cary and daughter, Nina, Mrs. reported as being much better than Orlando in time to be put on display of the ehautauqua. Is to be congratulated and instructive train of thought the lake,,to this point to be shipped:
.* f ']tary Heskett and son. J. E. He.kett, when he left Washington several there. Through some mistake in for securing so much good Professor Richmond is skillful In his by to-Jacksonville... An averageof *;
., 4 and their brother J. H. Wood, who weeks ago.Opinion shipping it was sent to Lakeland In- talent. It is to be hoped that the work and teaches lessons of an ennobling . .two carloads a day or TW barrels'' '+

,y f event Tuesday. hen on their wav to stead. The exhibit won a blue ribbonat chautauqua will be given heartier character.' a.week see. being brought .up and
is somewhat divided
,>: + .St,. Cloud. The party had come from the Florida delegation as to whetheror among the Seminole county fair and would support another year. The Rev.address Mr Lei 1Mr .. a maD'of there are yet 8,600'more barrel vto "
and full of.spirituality .
Willow NebrasJfr doubtless have received equal honors t pleasing IDOt'r $
Red county, -
'McCook. not there will be an extra sessionof .
consecration to his work. He ,
in Orlando the articles and According: Cant Johnson's agreement :
as are
1' '... T"H"g the wagon and very RUNAWAY HORSE HITS :: .
The of
,,r'i"\..carriage and trir.In: out along the however congress., seems to weight be that there opinion willbe artistically constructed and are beau BUGGY ON BROADWAYMr. made a good Impression 'upon his audience :,: with the railroad b* is to' do s>
They. left Nebraska August 3t tiful samples _of Florida wood in finished here. a.WD'.of'dnddn w the k
--way. an extra session, although every lakefront
.: .nd, have traveled by easy stages member of the delegation is adverse to product and Mrs. M. Tiller narrowly ISPELI.JNG CONTEST also which will bring shoot.
condition lathe
felt Inclined Among the private citizens of Os-, a still more satisfactory
C wherever they
..'.for stopping.visits of from one day to three such extra session ceola county who had exhibits at the escaped serious injury last Saturday :, AT-SCHOOL HOUSE., neighborhood, of the veneering mill

..weeks' NEEDS READY MONEY fair was C. E. Swope whose six small afternoon when a runaway horse harnessed On Friday evening, February 28, at and be \an' added. advantage the... ,
: '* Mr. Wood d his sisters are elderly WOULD SELL ins BODY ponies carried off blue ribbons and to a small they! crashed into 7:45 o'clock a spelling eenteat.wII1 beheld shipping interests.: : ,'" .
the in which
people but they made the trip with- were greatly admired by the fair, buggy were drivingand in the High School auditorium ,The')\.' C.'L. at this'time fa.also

'-eut suffering any ill results and appeared Pittsburg Pa=-A proposition to crowds. H. E. Swabey exhibited: : a completely demolished it. Fortunably Picked spellers from the Fifth, Sixth, working on the trestle of the St.Cloud' 4''
hale and hearty when theyreached sell his body for $300 was made at the fine airedale of bench stock that took their borse was gentle one Seventh and Eighth grades will engage branch, which crosses the lake. New r y
and rescued from. the
i ben They reported that coroner's office ''by a well dressed first price. I I they were in the contest, and It Is believed piles are being put in and the whole. ;
wrecked before serious
with the exception ot a severe snow- young man, who declared he was in Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman exhibited a' harm had"bugjry befallen them any Mrs. that some of these pupils will be hard trestle strengthened and repalMd. ,
encountered in the need of money. He refused to divulgehis rare collection of her beautiful hand- shock to spell down : J ,!'
Tennessee Tiller suffered and .
namebut said he, painted china and carried off twenty-' a nervous a school CLEAN SWEEP SALEm
made under was willing to The Osceola High has a reputation . ,
r conditions and that they had give his body over to science after two prizes.The slightly wrenched back..: for producing good spellers, ATTRACTING BIG CROWDS

..I:( every rninuta of it. death if he could get his price now. collection as a whole won the The accident: : occurred on :Broadway -4ftd it is hoped a large crowd will be Hundreds' of, people:l a;'-beeri attending -
Cary formerly lived In St. Chief Clerk Ziefel told the young man grand prize given by the fair asso-j Saturday afternoon at an hour present to encourage the pupils In sale
now go1
for three years and has a home that the county did not buy bodies elation and in addition! she was given ,J when a large number of people were this very important work., The High the theDollar Clean Sweep Umitstore on d ,c ,
to special price, thirteen first prizeson on the street and caused considerable ins on at t ,
'there, so the party went through for that purpose. one School orchestra will play.' i"
,1 locate there indefinitely. individual pieces and seven second excitement The horse had been left An admission charge of .5 centa for Stewart avenne. -
I sale has been so successful that +
The
'Another camping party.bound from $1,500.000 WORTH Or<* prizes; standing on the street unhitched'and children and 10 cents for adults will Manager Persona'ba decided to continue . w. ;
:Kansas to Tampa passed through ,the Mrs. Zimmerman was in'eharge.,of becoming suddenly. frightened 'cut be charged is 'I cr BLANKETS ORDERED BY It all next week. The store r -
the china department.of the fair and across Broadway at Darlington,aye-
. 'dtT Tuesday also. for
ITALY IN UNITED STATES week in Orlando look and' started, running. north.," Almost HOLD Cfferinr"lOm..lInu.11&I bargains
entire ,
.;They.were.traveling in a )big prairie I spent the nue GILBERTS' TO 'It will the .
and
f bore tthe.*,placard, ing after the displays. .* immediately a dozen or, more BIG SIX DAY SALEAnther Saturday morning pay ., '
.
'('From return, ..' Galvestento- of 600,000pairs of' American FRIENDS had 'run almat the entire length of f file which will prove"of the Dollar Limit ad.fa this issue.; Tampa and Italian OF SEMINOLES ,
j, blankets for, the governmentwas
.
; .. the block whenheram.'lncontactwith i ; more importance: than nsuaL>to the ""
) ; announced here Shipments will I.f t, .'.MEET'AT'GRAYfi1ONEr.eeitlve"commftie&'of.tM. J. the Tiller buggy. The wheels. of people.of Kissimmee, Is the aisdltVeats : '.,3ri.i.Mattie Bandy returned.. .

."t-;'},1(.t; cCORIIAN'i1TTACfIS.J1SUKrr_. ,,,. begin In ten'day.anff pairs It.will consist,weeks the buggy were cut in half but in such to be-'put en next Monday by A.: Tuesday 'from''Atlanta'wherespent 7 7wag
of 3 .ooo weekly for'ten week
three
the
to allow the bed of. theIi 8. Gilbert, on North Main street. past '
14 Wahlagton''D. c-tn': Introducing and then, each week...The Frlendsof the Seminoles'consisting a-manner as .
10,000 pairs VaWAeWsf, .ere IaI.
C. to, drop gently, so ,that Its Mr. Gilbert ha* ..P"&tI7.ncIueetl&
bin to prphtbit the nee. of malls for contract totaled jl.500.OOO.. M of 3. It. Wnison, IrC.. A. Carson .
4tet j. ; thrown depart.snent
Senator W. Ward and P. A.' Vans Agnew met were net out. prices. ArtleUJn-aJs
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t It very essential to profitable market. . .f
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," 4 ''''I>.. .. t ." Shippers league is not a marks '. of Florida' Pochontu, which WM; ,4f
"3 GROWERS REPORT'THAT Ing.association, it is putting forth a" .. I ? !
i' '?i 1P M ""I RE WILL, BE 'PLENTY OF "earnest effort to bring about a condition read at the state,D. A. R. convention'. 'f i..A,

,) '. P ..8, BEANS; TOMATOES, PEP. which will greatly aid the I In St. Petersburg recently, TIM ''at,1: |
J i.J .R' ETC TO MARKET; Florida growers and shippers In prop i tracted a great deal of notice and haw /'<
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erly distributing their products. It 1 I. been republished in many of the papers
the old, old question of freight rate
,* .A-very'interesting; meeting of the and unless they are published throug and magazines ot: the country.. /
.#; Osceol County.'Fruit. and Truck to the markets by the Florida lines. Th St. Petersburg Times said of the '\
..' ,. Growers association was held .last Sat- both .h1rper and buyers will lwav. story: "The name of the Princess of
yrdayjnorninjr. In the city hall with bo in ,. quandry as to thy 1iltlmate> _. ....-.. Hirrihigua is a familiar one throughout -- '
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i Vice-president Andre Van. der Meerach cost of delivery in the markets. Flor- Florida. Poets have sung it, societies '
jin the chair.' Several of the growers Ida's competitors are not' handicapped .. have chosen it for their chapttf ;

4 ,y' present made reports on the truck in this respect for California.. Texas . .. -' ,.. "",.' --- .. rPTno', historians have gathered !
,crops being planted for the spring and other producing sections are pro- . a.r, ,..;."...._-=,--' :s.._' ... ." .. smattering bits here and there which
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,. .I there will be plenty of peas, beans, every market in he United States. an tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, etc., Canada of any consequence. -F' 'I, -.-=' . ." ,. : -' I the local chapter of the Daughters
for the home market as well as for ; '.f .' ..,.. . :'- : : : of the American Revolution. Despitethis
Active -
+ L hipping within a few weeks. The Conducting Campaign.The .' . "" .:- widespread publicity of the name,
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'e ,1 "Pring shipping season is always the league took notice, and of Florida'ssituation in .,.. . . .,-. ;"' "'- ,". . -, ._ few people, however, really know
I im.lJI"O conjunction '
yt t' heaviest for truckers in this ) some ->0-- ..,.",. much of the of this fascinating
story
vicinity with the traffic . = "......_ .' "- .
department .
s 13 }';'' and the association .. ... -== -.... .. princess."It .
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urges _
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cu ? f" the regular meetings of the organization I rCJ "_.4. ". ', : .". h. """. to relate the true story of
lot of the southwcM'Tii and : ... : ....
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1t >i and prepare to handle the .- ., ,,,' ""( Hirrihigua and to prepare for publi-
western linen order to get ('ompl..tp .
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1 cation of this Seminole
y y produce.in the best possible way. All through rate representation' nee a fascinating story -
the growers who are planting vegetables to readily dcU-rmini'. without princess whose romance is asinteresting
) ehsary that of Pocahontas of
at this time are requested to aK
so much delay and uncertainty BK now
d, ; make-a report of their acreage/ to the (exists what the freight charges will .. Virginia. Mrs. Wilson is an author-
secretary of the association so that he be. Inasmuch as the railroads] arc ity on the Florida aborigines. Her r*
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I d' 'can answer the inquiries of buyers as being asked, to publish the ]lowest combination story of Hirrihigua is, therefore, as
{' to the quantity and variety of produce of )local) Lutes to the, marketsnot nearly authentic as early records"and
that can be had here. now enjoying through rates, it 1 BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF YELLOW PINE LUMBER COMPANY. Indian-Spanish lore can make it.

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)r ; ,ll Busy With Strawberries.The would] seem that the requests are consistent n -- It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism
and ones, and it is
t growers will be busy the next necessary will all it jriMJK DECKER BITVSPROPERTY Everybody who is afflicted with
I believed] that the ]league get
EX-GOV. GLENN
j; few weeks with the strawberries. The asks for in this ion neetion. The wholematter SPOKE i THINGS NEW AND OLD IN; TAMPA. Rheumatism in any form should by
berries have been held back because ) to I -- I all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment -
: has ben placed squarely up
of Judge S. I), Decker, of St. Cloud,
: the rainy cold] weather but th..yare
show hand. The minute feel
the lailinads, so as to clearly WISE AND on you
coming on in fine shape and HERE WEDNESDAY OTHERWISE lifter enjoying the attractions of the
t now that the publication, of through ratesis I pain or soreness in a joint or muscle,
shipping will begin in a few days. just\ 1 u, c-M-ntial tr> the, welfare of -- celebration, has returned to his home. !'batch it with Sloan's Liniment. Do

s Vr i the Arrangements have been made for the indu>try, "lfi 'it ''s for the railroads Kx: Governor; H. H, Glenn; of North'aroln.a (Ity KEY. W. H. W1THEHSPOON( ); ) While in the city he purchased property not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost
necessary refrigerator crates and to continue their, custom of ( was a ')lIII11II1..nl'Itor in I 'J 1 he chantauquu cloned Tuesday here and at Sulphur Springs, andis immediately right'to the seat of pain,
;{ % l any grower desiring information -.ettleis into our" state, till & tllf' city tins week and drliveied! lee night with one of its best penodshich ) relieving the hot, tender and swollen
about the l'l"lIlllIll'l enthusiastic conditions;
in
crates communicate quite over
can cieasing the l piodiiction of trite nt the !Methodist, .liurrh Wednesiiij \\ was opeivcd, with a coiuvi t by feeling and making the part easy and
.. -1 Secretary. S. T. !sander, who is nl.les. evening on the subject of I"I- \the Orphean Musical dub. This Tampa, and is seriously considering comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's *
i looking after this mutter. At the Data. quartet was f first-da..s and its locating here. Judge \Docker has Liniment for 25 cents at
(; ling;: :Necessary \> ide |I".n l.ibition. Coveinor; Clenr.; i.i outerl.iininent practiced any druggist
t' meeting instructed Saturday the secretary was The league recently made some ex- lI"dUIII|; a tour of Florida in companyMlh was highly ,pleasing' fiom, beginning law in the states< of Oklahoma] and have it in the houseagainstColds
;:t liable' to write certain of tht> tem ,pci 'imcnls by collecting' quotations of \ Superintendent ("rocks of Uve to end. This was followed by and Kansas, and should he decide to Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago -
!b commission houses in the several rates to the west and southwest from Anti I Saloon league, interesting the a scientific illustrated lecture on locate in our city, would doubtless Sciatica and like ailments. Your
t e t the markets to ask that they report a number. of carriers, and in several public in the proposed. campaign for u "Modern Miracles." The wonders ..exhibited prove quite an acquisition, both in professional money back if not satisfied" but it does
on market quotations, etc. instances three, four and f five rail- Institutional amendment, tho. objee' and proven as they were ex and social circles.Tampa give almost instant relief. Buy a
t I To Secure Soak. loads) quoted different rates to a given If which 'is to bring about state-wide I hunted I almost took one's breath with Tribune. bottle today.
1 t $ome of the growers inquired about point, This was done merely! toillustrate trohihition, by ]legislative enactment, |( surprise, but they were )so dearly] demonstrated -
the Association, seal fair marking the position of the shipperand havlllgth(' amendment submitted, to I as to leavn"' doubt in an I -- --
c r packages and it was derided to secure the inability of the representatives a vote of the people. intelligent mind, even that of a chttd. I
:' two or three seals at once, these to I of the railroads themselves, under The speaker was introduced to his |I This lecture alone was wI.'ll'o.th the Ii i
.. 1 t file v be kept where all the members can prevailing conditions, to give the -:Iissimii'ee' audience by Mr.. Lewis' fee for the entire chautauqua' season. Notice to Farmers
a ; have the benefit of them. shippers the correct rates. The fact (VHryi.r.. Ifs spoke for more than an The chautauqua program as a whole
Oa is involved In getting hour the evils of was of a very high order, ''
i : r I I Through County Farm Agent B. E. that much delay on intemperance" and amusing
1 Evans, the association was quoted avery rates! from the railroads, where theyare the growing sentiment, for national instructive and inspiring. These entertainments I
. v' satisfactory price not published through, was also 'irohibition, handling his subject in a were much appreciatedby I
on ground
yi. Jimeaten in sacks. The price is very brought out in this investigation, the "logical and impressive way.A a few of our people and their educational I WILL Buy your Poultry and Hogs l-J
n Jittje) more than members have been result of which has been made an ex- good sized audience heard the and recreational value is incalculable ..
1 '. paying for the lime in bulk and does hibit which accompanied the ]league's tcture. ; but it is a matter of deep.
t' .' away with. the waste. Several" of application to the railroads for the regret that the attendance was poor, Pay you the Highest Market Prices. -
r of through rates to all the I not nearly sufficient to pay for the
3 publication
t the growers are in need of lime at this
Ir { ( time and will order from the comr.allY important western, southwestern, BANK OF EAU GALLIE talent employed. Verily there are WE PAY CASH. Get in touch with us now.
northern and Pacific coast markets. many who do not know a good thing
A k.l. Diakipg the quotations to Mr. when it is ..
There are so many advantages in having brought to them. There
v4ns. through rates in the traffic, which OPENS IN MARCHThe were, it is true, a few parts that were Call Phone 44 The Parlor Market
ALABAMA TECH BAND must be made easily decipherable, and not up to a creditable standard, and
k HAS ADMIRERS HERE the Florida growers and shippers some of the performers were insufficiently -

should feel fortunate if the league new bank in Eau Gallic. Fla., dressed. This was offensive, ---
t The twenty-four members of the brings the matter to a successful conclusion but even with this discount, the pro-
in which Sen. A. E. Donegan of this
a (Auburn) Alabama Polytechnic Institute In time for next, season's move- gram was well worth while. Let us
,;$ v brass band passed through the ments. city is interested, is to be known as hope that it will be put on a better

,'v", city Wednesday on the Tampa Special The league is also making a systematic the State Bank of Eau Gallie The basis next year, entirely ahove criti- e
f K en route home from Tampa, where check of existing through rates institution was promoted and organ- cism in proprietaries, and that it will Spuds
they were' employed to furnish music from every shipping point in Floridato ized by Mr. Donegan and the incorporators j be afforded a fully sustaining patron
for the Gasparilla festivities. According approximately two thousand markets age.
/ to- all reports the band was a in the United States and l Canada, are all Kissimmee men. I
;' d great feature of the) celebration and and having the railroad companies According to Mr. Donegan, the bank "The Author-Hut, my dear sir, you
-Has been contracted for for next Gas correct numerous rates at the same will begin doing business about the can't appreciate the story, I'm sure. le IJ
l parilla. A movement is already on time regulating the whole structure middle of March. The lower floor of You never wrote a book, you know.
foot; here to have the band stop over so as to remove" all rates of a discriminatory the Gleanson building in Eau Gallic The Otheruite true; neither, haveI
in Kissimmee for a concert on its way nature, many of which have is now being put into shape for occu- ever laid an egg-and yet I'm a Friday a.m..19 to Friday p.m. 26(1
to Tampa next year. existed for years. : pancy by the bank. better judge of an" omelet than any
hen in the country.
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The temperance society of the :
.-- Methodist church whose headquartersis i
at Topeka Kansas, addressed an inquiry ,
Q : 1. to 2,160 newspapers in the United FOR CASH ONLYWe
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: ___ States seeking information about
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i .._ _._ __, prohibition and liquor advertising. Out ,
of 679 replies 366 declared in favorof
.r national prohibition and 200 againstit
Ready ; 197 favored local) prohibition and
IL ? 176; opposed it. This indicates that
H1l. the daily papers are a pretty respect -
Will Sell
i'VIII' %\\ III able set after all. j

In the lower<<; house of congress, the

That QuicK delegation almost unanimously of southern democrats for the Hobson voted Fancy Irish Potatoes, pr. pk. OCnAirSolid

; resolution which proposed to give the
l.,. I states a right to say, whether they : and Sound LOU
.ri.y wanted the nation all dry. The whis-
t 1 I
.y and key democrats of the north voted to

deny the states this right, and they
+ did it in the name of "state's" rights. Good White Meat pr. lb. 10jn
The "solid south" challenged the na- 1 :'
"Mighty Good tion to clean up and to permit the By the Piece Only I 2

states to clean up in any way they
choose. Rev. Dr. Ira Landrith, of
Nashville, Tenn., this a
pronounces
new "rebel yell." 241b. Sk. Gold Medal Flour $1.10 1

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item: A merchant was called on fora
certain article which he did not
A --s have in stock. He explained his lackin

t this way: "Well you see, peoplekep' 6 Ibs. Pure Ground Coffee If -S!
on comin' an' comin' for it, an' I $1 1 00' ..
z 4 they bqught me out jest as fast as I Gives Early Morning Joy .
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got it in. So I stopped keepin' it. '
; : Was he not right? What is the use I '

I;; ,,., to keep a thing you can't .
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,I, 'I' Ham and- :

,f'f. Here is another. A lady in San Armour'. Star ;'
tf' 4 Post Francisco engaged a Chinese cook. 20c 1, ;"
\ ,', MI When the Celestial came, among other "The Ham What Am" '.
,' a things she asked him was his name. .
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,. ,h'," t "My name," said the Chinaman, smiling r 11t .I'
flJ!!: I "is Wang Hang Ho." "Oh, I )?tit

: ....- can't lady. remember"I will call all you that John.," said" John the C A Week of Jolly Bargains": '

NY. : To asties smiled all over, and asked, "What is
is Mrs. Mel- .
your name ? "My name { } .ft-',.,
ville Landon," said the lady. "Me no ATTAYLORy '

memble all that," said John. "China. A4 \ ,t.1'fr,,,
A i"
man he no savey Mrs. Membul Lon- .

*i. ( are always ready to serve, direct from package. With'a little cream and don. I call you Tommy." .>


"t., sugar\'thjHje; :tempting bits of toasted com make a dish so delicious and Ex-Governor overflowingly Glenn full filled in his the lectureat measure s ) ;j

the \ church Wednesday
><;' < ( wholesome, they win prompt praise; from everyone at table. ...,: night. JIsu.ee/tainly.made Methodist ,\ \: a great
1. speech. Kiasimmee has rarely had
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l .f fH'GP : ,. t The Memory Lingers arguments came like an avalanche and H J.
: moved. His
audience
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R, 'j. 1 i introduction by GuI Lewis O'Bryanwas +" ..,,' .<"0 ',\ J.AIM "
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>. c4 < \ ./ earnest appropriate C ,
; ; ,; *\ /I' ., *..-.. .' .''v.I1\,\'... .Groccxs. sell Post'TOatxa.1 I I II ..loa. .. . >' : '- +Phone'25O{ ,
j I, "'" tit ,',.'t,.. ti-, ,..-.-I'"J"- 'S) rt 7slntltl.t! ) f ,. ,_'. r - -' "nr" v 18 'Ct '.'dive; .' .: .

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... fi';:: u : , ;.. fWrrffj fjir' ..rt1t ., $ -... 'J'II1t ."...... ., MieaIaVotovs \ wilt .tI4t'1-4'4w""k! larlX lOfl'F.SE_ ,
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BELGIUM : RUSSIA OVER . Advert .... list for the two weak. asked Germany,'and.Austria to '* *

: IN BATTLE: :FOUGHT IN'BLIZZARD. .J..Barer OBamvlera February, Ula. R,2 tta$Andervon.) Itlli ovivruvnvr;., :' Mra. will assuraneeathat not invade tfeei Roamai Ti.....a.joI.!.,,. rP.

..- CI n>*nUo. Broaaon, otBroa. Sir.. to the Corners Della ..... :,The
SUCCESS LondoivEnglando-Signal: defeat of number of Win .J_.u t. Brown, H.<-k; says the request ral J tporte
iA military stations along. the IEFEAT C..tt find; Davla.. Mrs rioyt' Kdltor;
the French In the region of Souain coast were:wrecked.. Frailer Mra. B.t.tl | Freeman that, Austria wa, .'
; was admitted by;; Paris Sunday ''Following a-Ol OrlfflM Tyaoiii Harrla' W' A-| the Roumanian frontier. .
Tww .:Airmte KlOedC: -- - - Mrs Luis; .1a", ... Me.
fierce battle
n, England-Retirement ,of.slant bustard a French force fought have in a been raging L'Two Britbh-alrm.n jays their Its Pe the Caul"I.,1, Kra.Rim.1.1 Mra I Perry MamUt t Ror.OI V Ror P..ra r- For,the blind ti..rh: *' been ,j..

from east Prussia- and driven from their advantageous position In Thursday' attempt to reach Brussels .I Russian capital Saturday:; Despite the ktra. J. Uu TIMII. Mlse ,KCtle. Bonldar, vented a watch with the hour mark
fish air' raid on th. '.Belgian In 'that, vicinity. The official it was learned.The Briton were. announcement that the Russians re Dob..lr.B.:(regl.l.nd H. SIMPsON! ). Poetmaater.Advertised .- ed by; raised dot,, and rdaabe.'t '
ippear Sunday; the biggest fae- statement received from V Franc:"ex met by a flock of German taube and' tired 'from east Prussia far,the tear. I can be road by the sense of,, to.;- .'' '
the i military situation. Onher plain the'"defeat by; declaring 'the a,desperate battle In mid-air followed pose of choosing' their- 'own battleground list' for the twe 'w..u
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band to dominated diplomatic field the French 'troops were hopelessly; }out- well-directed shot from'' one of the the public I. showing uneasiness en. Brrant"'laar March Blenep.. Itlll T. ..J.J... Brown Mrs C. Mrs.r Llalnby-, Ox*_ ewla."'>at:"M_ :,
seem by numbered and that i the blizxard madeit taubes truck(<; one of the English machines over:the fact that the Russians 25ul2r, Brown Dr. ?* tl.>er> Comn. art Long, J mllr; norseo Paul Mo
call note to Great Britain and impossible for the Artillery to.render and lent ,it crashing to the were driven back.over eighty; mile.. Cdi Collins. Mra. Delia;'' Baas, ,Roy;; Cloud. R. A. ' y.; .The Berlin newspapers and them effective ground Its two occupant were kill Th. z Russian general staff declare [>.mlck*. Rudolph: Dors-ar Mr*. 'Wll- Rains Mrs Mary RolUna. WlUlel San.
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to dispatches support. 11.; Fcrria Jack;.Fletcher, Mrs tllll d.ra. B. B.I Baever, Chants Tlncr
according new ,
Prisoner Taken.An ed by the fall; : they followed out plan perfected .In ; ''l.reI.n Tar .
of Many; FerO.' Ol_... John M.I Gilbert. ; R. } Tabor. Berneei
in
Washington'st .
slating spite official from Berlin declare Several artillery' action in Belgiumare the aarly.part of the war. The emi-! A. J.; Ordrlth. A. J., Harold. W. A. Hall I Young, :Miss Chrltena.V -
and in spite of possible con- that more than 200 tof the allies were reported in the official' statement circular- formation: of the Russian MI.. Laura; -Holtaman. IX V.J Jones, 'r B.a SIMPSON;, Poataaaater..
.nee, that the German subma- 'orce which Mrs._Ro".j .Johnson L. G.t Jonra, L
killed and that four officer and 478 from Part, which also report the recently extended from
be relent-
.policy must pursued men were taken prisoners. The German blowing up and subsequent occupancy; the Maaurian lakes to Titus baa SOUR ACID STOMACHS, TIIg/1C1/ SfIAX ,,.
losses it 1 claimed but by French of mined' therefore changed its position without
were troop a chamberat GASES OR INDIGESTION t
of German
eHgist would opinion, as ninety men. La Boizelle. In front of Dom altering Its general shape. One end of _t {
_ mitted to London appear southwest of Peronne the the crescent! rests in the of I V (
that neutral power have been The German also claim taking pieree, ) explosion :- province EadaPape'. DlapepeiaipattilOOf
dently warned to keep out of the more than *_,200 yards of trenches I of a French mine is reportedto Plock Kovno.aad the other in the provinceof grain food ending all stomach

tary area and inasmuch a* Ger- held by the French north pf Maasiges, have killed a number of Bavarian The Russian niaery !. five. Mlantea.
at work German trenches.The offensive I Is
to the northwest of St'Menehould. A digging progress-
is facing starvation at the hand
[my Great Britain, there is no other French attack -en Sudelkopf, in the Germans, the report have Inl' north of the Vistula in the Mlawa- Time itt! In five minutes all atom-
Bailey ,
Sierpec. district
bombarded the towns of ..ndTraoeyIeV.l of Poland The German ach
for her to Vosges, is reported to have been easily distress will go. No indigestion
rle i pursue.
Different Opinions. repulsed.The while shot from the : are being pushed back from the heartburn sourness or belching of SSTARFIRFSANEWUNEOFTIRES 'V
French heavy artillery_ have wreckedthe Bzuro, according to the official report add eructation
or of
gas ,
k* in other important encounters in Germans admit the success of but the belieres andltteiej
railway station at public there has
east, the claims of the opponents the British aerial raid Thursday, but ; Noyon. much been left unsaid in the official' food, no dizziness, bloating, fool .
agree as to the strategic Imporce declare the only damage done by the The German official reports declare report. breath or headache. J
of the German advance Into bombs dropped by the raiders was to artillery ammunition has been foundon Pape'* Diapepsln Is noted for Its

1st Prussia. The Germans are haling the civil population. The raiders the extreme western front "doubt peed in regulating upset stomach 'embodying etamiard'
of
I as a great victory and Berlin is dec- themselves, claim, however, that a less originated In American factories." HOW GERMANY VIEWS IT. It i Is the surest, quickest stomach rem quality and *eervleo

rnted with flags while Petrograd de- merlin, Germany (via London- edy in the whole world and besides itt before placed.. made never..st. r'L
ires the Russians are deliberately The newspaper hall the victory in harmless. Put an end to stomach, priced bicycle Urea.PENNSYLVZ.I
.aligning their forces on their own WATER SUPPLY INVADERS DRIVEN east Prussia as removing all dangerof trouble forever by getting ',-
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rritory supported by their own another invasion of that province. Ifty-cent; case of Pape' Di.peprf: : ;

irta, and that the decisive cqnflict iset The Russian report of the battle, they from any drug store. You reap;a in
to come. MEXICO CITY CUT OUT OF SERVIAParis declare, indicates the completeness of five minutes how needless it I Is to suffer *THREE*. STAR.:
I The fighting in the Carpathians is the defeat, as it admits that the Rus- from indigestion, dyspepsia or any :
Ing on in the snow but the infor- ians are falling back to the protectionof stomach disorder. It's the quickest, BICYC
tion from this field of activities is Washington D. C.-Zapata forces France.-A Nigh dispatch to their chain of fortresses. surest and most harmless stomach 1'
Mit and the indications reaching have destroyed the waterworks that the Havas agency says: The victory is especially be- doctor In the world. -built and GUARANTEED :
ndon are that it still is a see-saw supply Mexico City, the food famine "The Albanian raiders have been cause of the frustration of plans for a by the mfckere of Us. -.
lair, with both sides suffering enor- has become more critical and indications routed and driven back across the strong offensive which the Russian Vacuuro Cup Tires Ie meet
ous losses. Farther south the Ausians that Carrania forces may Servian frontier. More complete information are believed to have been preparing. GO TO the demand for a tire with .

contend they are continuing evacuate are according to official advices shows the Albanians were The capture of 26,000 prisoners, reported V. C. quality prporttea>at. *, .
sir advance into Bukowina. MilI- soon today. : led into making the raid by Austrian in the German official commu.nicatlon B. DICKERSON: te a more.available pdo 4
in London believe the priests and Mohammedan adversariesof means that .p
practically
experts w
ry an entire -
.
trpathlan front still remains an.area Officials here are much concerned,I Essad Pasha, the provincial presi- army corps has been put out of ..OrrraM Lath, rtee Lath, fmivmt TripletreadSturdy
over reports during the last three dent, preaching holy The the PMtr, Matt** Faita. UBM, 0.VIeT .-.(.
a war.
wheredecisive fighting. The .
in the east, fact that
the .......
importance With lack of food, and unrest number Fir a.d lies ...... Reuse Stud <
victory by either side wouldree days. and because Mexico movement is being directed" by Turk of guns captured is comparatively rtm. aU .!.... ..* .....1.* Blitt.fca.ARTIFICIAL -
in the population ish and German agents. mall is '
abandonment by the other of commented on in some quar av.r/lkhq I. Success a
erritory in east Prussia or Poland. City is of no great strategic importance ten a* indicating that the Russian STOITBPORCH
British Air Raid a Success. it is feared the place may, at BOMB EXPLOSION AT who are said already to have lost a, CIOLVMN WONT.POLaa..* BLJOCTRIO. Every bike ...... altauldl '..
The fact that a British air raid in any moment, be left without semblance BALL IN SOFIA KILLED TWO third of their artillery through capture know about the Three star ,f,

__ch force as was evidenced in the of authority. Berlin now are insufficiently equipped Oar. BrMjwar ... ...,..* R. R.14L Lisa It lathe) big-* "
aerial expedition of Sunday has been Advices to the state departmentfrom Germany (by wireless to In that arm of the service. p...e gee*tin triumph W,;
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srried out successfully over the Ger- Piedras Negras report that on London-Two members of Sofia'saristocracy The Lokal Anzeiger" military critic year*.' Let u* slioir. '
an positions in Belgium is taken in Thursday Villa troops evacuated Mon- are reported have been says: you tbs...tI.... and f
_ndon to indicate that such aerial clova and moved south, Carranza killed and ten others injured when a "We believe that the Russian general INNdNNd4M. tell you.1 their dlaUnctJve -.
bomb at masked ball '
was exploded f- I
activity against German submarine forces ocupying the town without re- I attended a staff is not far astray when it merit
by the most exclusive society
ses promised at the time when the Bistance. The Spanish minister, expelled of the assumes that our troops in east Prusia OJCEOU, 1
figures Bulgarian capital. Ad- i
from Mexico City by Carranza, have been reinforced I
_rman policy of blockade was announced vices here say those killed were the ; GRAYSTONE '
lto be continued. Great went aboard the United States battle- son of a former war minister and a The children in the schools were BICYCLE CO.,; j V
3ritaiiWJ of the minister.
daughter present war : ;
will sail all I 23Broadway'. .
copPfcJ Xon and many pilots in guest of Captain Rogers but over the city in consequence. of 1 ;

tralnln tT r* ill now predicted that I' for Havana February 16 on a Spanish "THE SHOWMAN'S FRIEND." the*victory.- ; ; i. w.TNINU. m*. L S. ",$ro. iv.L ; ;)) ,
unday II raid was only a forerunner liner. ,KUihame/ .
visitations.. "You say you're a showman, standup Okeechobee.-Mrs. C. Leon

Df Several more extensive British shipowners are' offering Spain ir Angered Her Minister.Over Expulsion of And you were, sir';found drunk here today. block Fort Pierce on south, Fla.Park, will erect business Faber. i ; Open Year Round i i .- ;>'.,, Florida" -

prizes of $5,000 to any m rant street.
and sinks Madrid, Spain (via Paris).-The ex- Three months in the workhouse will
_._ ship which rams a
General Car- settle ,
pulsion from Mexico by your case.
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submarine. --
[German the min- Is there wish to ?"I COLDS ARE OFTEN MOST SE- - -'
William still is on the east ranza: of Jose Caro, Spanish anything you say
Emperor front, according to latest advise ister, has created a profound impression When a man dressed in patches and RIOUS-STOP POSSIBLE
"iissian here. All tatters COMPLICATIONS.The ...
but Emperor Nicholas has just upon public opinion "' 11; .: ,
he the newspapers discuss the incident at Staggered up to his feet at the call. - -
where
visit
to Sebastopol,
inspected ads a the warships in port and length and comment forcibly! on Car- As he stood by the railing beside him, I disregard of a Cold has often I The Favorite Store of KUtimmce ,1" '
kddressed the sailors. lanza's action. Meetings of the cabinet And looked at the listeners all. brought many a regret. The fact of .

A dispatch from Geneva, Switzernd -I and council have been called to "Your honor, I haven't been drinking; Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should "
consider what steps shall be taken. be warning enough that ..
: But a thief-that I cannot deny, your system
the of It's the first time I needs immediate attention. Certainly
; reported: expulsion foreign- GERMANY ever was tempted.I .
AND
1'1 from that part of upper Alsace ENGLAND EXCHANGING PRISONERS had a good reason that's why.A Los of Sleep is most serious. It is a

ill occupied by the Germans has golden-haired, four-year-old-reaaon, warning given by Nature. It is a ? :
en confirmed and it is also stated Amsterdam, Holland (via London) Sweet as a boby could be. man's duty to himself to assist by FURNITUREWE : :
"
at evacuation by the civil- -The"actual exchange of British and Her mother died on the stage Judge' ; doing-hi* part. Dr. King'. New Discovery : -, '"

n'i population ha been commenced. German prisoner incapable of future There's no one to tend her, but me. of Colds.J* baaed on a scientific analysis '\ .: .',, " ,1'... .;.,

U I young boy have already been sentroes service Is under officers train carry. "And I, yes, I stagger at time,Judge; a bottle 50c. at your Druggist I Buy. \ :
the old to-day. i '\
the ,-Rhine. and now Ing seven British and ninety- Folks think it's actor's .
an spree.Tween V
en, women and children are leaving at, three soldiers, blind or. maimed, arrived ; shows I'm tempted- think ... .. . .. .... . .. . .o.. V / . 1EV' V. '
any, crossing the Swiss frontier at Olden ZaaL that it was H'Ar"VE 'IT'fa : !

a..I.; The liquor and not the disease.I friend Tourists !IBe :

.iaaa and Cernay; Virtually In Ruin -GERMANS SAIL was a good actor, one time, Judge; .. ,
The bombardment of Thann great- FROM FOLKESTONE 1
But this staggerin' spell that see, independent. I
you Own
in the last ten your
increased intensity Knocked out for awhile but the home whew' 1
via London) me yw can do so
ay* and in spite of the deep snow Folkestone, Ertgland ( prac .
show ,
tically the _
,
The -Two incapacitated German officers .e aa \
their
flame continue ravages. P8Tf.f.l'ent.
e i
Had employment for See if
no
soldiers who have me. something ,
mills and weavaheds sad ninety-eight ceaaedlO. .
cotton spinning witk ear Hardware &.. \
? w* a ce.pIeta
been sailed for Holland, "Well what little had appeals to you. any
constituting the important prisoners, we Judge
e where will be exchanged for Went to for the that A .v.-reel. .1......... eel___ Gas ellar tue. W. saak 6 specialty .. kern .
3ustry of the town are now only they pay thing we eat. e..d !-..... deep _II, ...* : ovtfittfaiff ..
IDS of stone. Cernay also has beenRilE British wounded. Till the folks irot tired of my- promise ............* *"* teed kaadU reliable '
_.
I Grail .
ually destroyed. credits three $100 bank accounts and And threw to pay me, and my babe into the mtW-..._<..rIee eC rrlmftmml.p.rr..t.. _T ed IC..*.1a.. *rT p.r._
eloMe. Bed
seven $20 merchandise credits. All street. A a1.rear ..._ IN It .... Room Furniture, Dining
CONTEST BY of these to be given away absolutelyfree There were big loaves of bread in the ........- well. e.., .1.5. _.-, ..1.oath. .

by the Tampa Times.A window. I A .,,-_.__ ...._ e..l" ...11 Room Suits Kitchen Parlor 't: .
is extended to Outfits -
special invitation Her crying and tears drove me wild.I Nd.r y.at.n..ed.re. ,
THE TAMPA TIMESGreater the people of this county to enter broke the window with this bleed- A a.I.: a..e, bet "'IA
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.1.1W"l
this campaign and win one of these ing hand tie 8117.. .Ask.... a...NIt.. .4 Ike. hest Ia Suits, Odd Chairs Rockers .

prizes. Any white person of good "But gave every bit to the child." A seas--tees. k.w with ,
( interest has never been character, man or woman, boy or girl' -. a.... ties A aeM.d .... 1
than that "Aa for the sentence you pas on me, _".. Couches Etc.
ted in this county is and there are no obligations -
eligible Tw. ........ ._ .. \ 1
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used by; The Tampa Times in its attached to entering. The thing sir .-..... ....... _
uncement of February 10, that necessary is to secure votes. These It' a price! I guess I must pay; d..efarr.llr..d..*. .alMrrvr. ....
would give away; absolute free,' are secured in two ways, by clippingthe But think Judge, what will the baby; f ala ...*- .. ..l testy* t t
the people In the ballot appearing in the do, P Ml lt_ ir gene
daily Ito mt .ae _
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ore than $15,000 in valuable prizes. Times and by; securing prepaid subscriptions -, When the policeman take me away.; > ,.J2T... ...< ...-_ -*-. 'a-. skit. ttara i* aJdaf a retard f. tttatf fa Ilea ratter aftfc
To head this magnificent array; of to the paper. "What will she d.?" says the Judge, : 1T .. '
Imtfw9-r.* Imm :.tfft &MM0 Gall fcffjl Oar MU
tee east.HRS. Reeple MMU / tMI
home in .
lse is a $3,000 bungalow An U...... Opportunity.The through hi* tears; .
e of the beat residential sections of contest has just started and j "Why, shell drive home to dinner with : I I

city of Tampa. A* a second prize, "nominations" are now open. Bright, me." ..* P.aa.l SUMMERS; .... I.n I.
*
_$1.70, m. *U-yUnder.. aeven.ssenger wide-awake persons of this county appear And he ordered a taxicab to the door w CD..A__ fOl.,... ... sad
Buick touring ear as a to have before them an unusual Which easily accommodated three. ,. .--..'wevt .4'iMwrta* s !...4.Ilia 2 i
Ird prize, 1'$ii2; $, W6 model\, four- opportunity; to be rewarded handsomely I NAT L. ROYSTER ae.tb). V ., fix

"nder, fire-passenger Reo touringiand ; for a few week of pleasant work Kissimmee. ........... .. .. ..... .<....*> c'i
a* 'a fourth prize an $850, among their friends and neighbor .. : I 'i. o r j
puNngtlr, four-c'linder" 1916 The great feature about this prize - -- T S ,'
Dodge touring ear. These,tours campaign 1* that there will be absolutely :

area to be known a* grand ; no losers, a* every' participant, UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK ;
izes and can be won by; anybody instate no matter how small an amount of .h r { r'
of Florida. business-he may; secure for The Time I FVbR 7ti
-Forty-aix Other Prize will be rewarded. In the event that
uda, these four grand prizes he does not win one. of the larger DONT STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED ):
mare forty-six other prize, in- prizes mentioned above, he or she will ENGINEE9S'

ding six $650 Turner player pianos be given ten per cent. of the amountof . 1r

C. $300 furniture credits, six $100 money collected and turned in in Dodsoi's) liver To.." WIN Cltu Yoar Your druggist or dealer sells yon' a '
unondj six six $50irchandise the circulation department of the -
), $75 grafonolas 60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Toneunder ,
credits, six $50 grocery! TimesIsh Slagt sl Liver Better nil Calomel my; personal guarantee that it N. nutter wkal lIad'eI an E aia. y..'kaje-Ci, Stews," "

/' lod Caa Not SalhratB. will ,clean ;your sluggish liver. better than Railroad ... Stationary' Eagles-we kara exactly the TcaUeed yea

00000000000000000000000... nasty calomel; it won't make you ,sick ..',.... everyday werk-Wreack**, HaBuem, Oilen 'dal t t'
and ,
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a you can eat anything yon want t .
daTa work. Calomel i I. quicksilver and without being salivated.: Your druggist aD af ike best quality and worloaaasUp, wad at price that wiD' "l

[ ', ; Lake Dairy it If salivates you are; calomel bilious; injures fwl lazy your sluggishand lirer.' guarantees your liver,that clean'each your spoonful bowel.will) start and cmrprise ,... nil store kilt th. reputation ,kaadEac ...., '

mil knocked and out, if your bead bowels aches areconstipated straighten you up by morning or you hardware tkat .U of svperior qvalUy aad',..;,Will maka ai .*!.. ,m' "
or
stomach i. sour, lust your take a spoonful of get your money back. Children gladly lab coaUaf here NOW aad. fatperfa* ma big d ck. "

Pure:;3rsCy Milk, Cream, Butter and Butter harmless Dodvon's Liver Ton insteadof take Dodaon's Liver Tone because it .la -. 'J ... .v'-- I 4f
pleasant tasting and doesn't '
using. sickening salivating calomel. -ripe .or, 1>_ .'
it t ;:Ml1k'detivered at yourvdooi4ever Dodsoa's Liver Tone is real-liver media ramp or. 'make- them sick. # ,. -, .. ;-.f' "
i , :' d' .aine. .You'll know, U.next toonrlngbeeause I-antr selling millions, bottles -ofDodsoa's .. "
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>' .-hie, 'f* 1i 11S1.MMBk'.VALLBYt? 4 t *, "S3WP-' * *. >' FEBRUA 't

+ F.R1DAT. R TH1, $ vl ( I ., ,7Kissimmee
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T'he: ', Valley -Gazette Get Inside the'Board ': tertainin- bu0'wonderfullyinterestingand.lnsptHnjr I' ""'FLORIDA. . LANDS.Florida .r sr ,e, .,:.)
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'...... "' 110 iayaaT' ''ll'RfnAT. 01.l'Jl'1c. IN -TALJ/KT! OAZSTTB BtnLDINo, n iyv,1 .;,-j\"; 'Of eour..' Mr father''' taught ''Mm.. I, ha. millions of ;"ennrr'" '.'
.'; .v. lBSUOtBa. OlaC61OLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. / ,
lands
is
"Eztral" announces 't ae KissunmeerViU He mast have received" instruction -that ,, lands from \
into trade board.** : CizetteR "ta ioj'iiainetrnife f ; ; from some I.source,' as does every timber'' has been cut.' ,This land,t. "" t
'\,W LG Go,to it, friencU-Tampa aea. child idle pand ,. therefore ;
!:'e ., .VOS' ACMEW OWNERS even' as .por 'Savior did from lying profitless- l.
,w., . -. -- ; Jhi. Matter 'and-.foster-father. or a. to its owner and to the stateVrlarge,* ,. ,
W. ; ,
1 .: r'- are &* to i it' comrade: and I T. tir.'let \ellyou; that there little Samuel did at the school of the If the taxes on these land weva high. '
IIPBeCJUPTfON 'RATR8:,' On. opr, '' :' ___ :1_'___.,.", i* still plenty of Jife.left in the old board ..
one'a.ar'- of trade. it would in in.
prophets or Timothy from hit mother be too expensive .some
'. -PJ''"'. ',moat. _.__.___... ., three month-..-... .la '
But we want every, business' man as well a* every private citizen i who and grandmother, or still the grandmother stances, to warrant holding thenr>. 'Aa: ;:;
baan't a grudge against old of Jesus who wended her way 'they are low they'' yield very< .Jit-tie- ,
s become
/j ,. ioomiaoDlc&UOD", b. man Prosperity to a member of the board t
must
o except from our autlaortaoll eorr..yond.nta
Nge.d to the'temple; of Jerusalem when to the state to the count ; "I'
only revenue or
.
*
th writer. I'R We need everyman who believes in Ki {
.. i
immeq<< mwde the board of trade. '
.|.ct.a snatur will not bereturned unices called for. p four years of age. Inspiration, what in which'they are located.' ,
' '. We want a united city-a progressive city-one that will enjoy the beat Is it but God by Ills spirit, prompts There are hundreds Of owners of "

V"v :(JDa"'red at (the PoetotXIee. In Kltwlmmo. 1I'10rld'.condcl.... matter.) times we ever had. We canl' have good time 'unless we get together in one thoughts to the mind of an open receptive lands of this class who could* afford)) .: ;!

IZ, , .'" I big body to help one! another, t6 pull for each other to boost one another ( < heart, which the recipient puts "organize themselves into a body .
"; FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 '9, 1915 and everything inside the limit of Kissimmee. 'Into words, be he adult or child. This secure farmers to develop these Iands\ "
corporate
:
's the mighty power that aids in delivering and put them in cultivation Most of
L If every citizen, every merchant every propertyholder will put his shoulder truth, which cannot be lim- them are susceptible of cultivation and I';

-TR 0''. to the wheel of progress, will give his support to the board of trade-give ited nor hindered by man. being made profitable to the owner .

'! Consistency it just for one year-the result will surprise even the most skeptical.' That boy's father is well known as and to the state at large. ';
I godly man who stands as a l leaderin Florida could co-operate with such
Editor Stonewall Jackson Triplett, he of the Seminole Land and Investment Every city that grow has a "live" board of trade. There isn't a citizen a church. Knowing the abilities of a movement on the part of the owners

company'* SL Cloud (land) Tribune, is mighty busy right now throwing in Kissimmee who at heart doesn't want to see this city grow. That' why we that child, natural, acquired and God- by furnishing soil experts, and %(

( ? rocks of misrepresentation at the head of the county commissioners and is also want him inside the board. He belongs there. We want him to have a voice given for some wine purpose, he is state representatives who could classify 1
; t in its deliberations.We practically educating him for the the lands, and prepare statements wY
c :doing his best to stir prejudice between the people of St. Cloud and
t up would rather have him the inside l greatest possible limit of usefulness. signed by such representatives of the .t
on than
boosting, the outside
Kia mmee. on He/ is doing it I with rt
legally, much thus
p r, as state, Ensuring the public of the
knocking.. We know
,4 Editor Triplett makes much ado about nothing, writes a column of piffle that with the help of the citizens the board of trade will ;interest as Samuel's master did when j I kind and class of land to be sold, and
I again put Kissimmee in the forefront of Florida cities. she sent him the little
about "cattle- coats up to i the things they would produce. Each
and ends his4tirade the commissioners
Consistency by calling
a up So come on fellows Jump in, the water is fine. the school of the prophets for him, I I tract could] have a separate soil analy-
men This, of course, doesn't settle anything and when a man begins to call _._ when God was using him., How little sis, and a statement from an expert '

j 1f ': name it's a sure indication a weak case with mighty few facts to support it. unbelievers comprehend the ways and employed by the state, showing what
possibilities of the wonder-working the land would! what it
would
produce,
The commissioners, according to Triplett. are at fault because they
Go l.
appropriated $150 (not $250 as Triplett charges) for the Kissimmee band. I LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE "Trained< !," of course he was, and and cost to to produce get it. ready profitable for cultivation crops, its,

We wonder if Mr. Triplett remember that he was the very man who suggested should] he developed like all other chil- nearness to market, and all other in-
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f that the board of trade send a committee to see the commissioners, and he dren who have grown and 'nmd distinction formation a possible customer would
himself of the board of trade. to THE BASSENC.ER RAILROAD. others and they will at the I among learned heads;; of the seek. I -
1't; t+ ,,I at president Appointed a committee appear same time different
in the world-
The
Gazette has had professions To such
begin movement and
a number of help us. a car-
Ii before the commissioners in behalf of the band. He I wanted band just had.
a inijuiriPH regarding I the railroad now 1 enclose matter i if wish to but, did you ever see one making better ry it out would require but a small
v,. .. to have it--waa redhot for it and was willing that the county funds should building] from:, Kenansville to BaRsenrer. name. Yours you use progress? I amount of effort and would cost little

uxl J' be spent for the purpose. Whether the $150 was ever paid to the Kissimmee Herewith we publish; a reply S. very V. GOnnEN truly, Not a note had he. He read his I compared with the profits that could $, .

',> 3 1 f 1' band we are unable to say. The point we want to bring out is that Triplett from the( Southern Colonization company i SI Huntington .A v('. Testament chapter in Romans readily l- I be made out of the handling of such j)
] and read the name and land
which the sung songs
gives desired infor-
is abusing the commissioners for something which he not only approved but mation. SOME QUESTIONS 0- led the music.. Then he delivered I as I If we hud all those! lands in cultivation -
that he the committee which appeared before the board to : FOR able( ] discourse older
appointed secure a as many an one that could be profitably farmed, .
I Breeze KISSIMMEE.Fort
Ill. .
Feb. R, tlt! ", "
has from "The of sin is death.
the appropriation. Editor wages we would l be raising more corn than
(;
Valley Gazette
;L : lie considered the and fall of '
origin sonic of the l"i'I g corn producing states
I Did someone say something about consistency ) Why' this right about As I nni a subscriber ro your n..w"ypap'r lodlI'I ., Jan. :30, 1015.! man, atonement and redemption in a I more hay I than sonic of the big ha.y-; '.
front in short time ) I take the liberty of asking youfOI' Editor Valley Grazed: I which haw been -
so a manner might cou- prodiiriiislates) : mare. hogs and cat-
When sf little information. I Enclosed lint! ,'hl''k.for $1 I fin in payment sidered truly wonderful for a 1"\I tin than s< mo of the stock-raising
1 + 41 the commissioners. appropriated for the county's 1
county money am interested) in that rail
4 new of
another year's subscription to much older than he. No matter how stales than
more poultry some of the
.; ,,, exhibit at the Orlando fair they gave it for the benefit of the whole county. road that is being built from Kenansville I the Cazotte.: I am pleased] with your he came in possession of his knowledge '1 poult 'iv; iiiiMiiii" slates. And Florida ''J

,1' The commissioners invited St. Cloud to participate. They I wanted the exhibit to Itasxenfrer as I have eighty paper and consider it much) shove; the he surely delivered it extempoH1, Would] j peimanently, one of the most

) ) to be representative of the entire county and if St. Cloud did, not get a fair acres of land on that prairie and clow average of newspaperspublished in us h-9 walked about the platform, exhibting prosperous" stales in the union. Affricultuir -
representation it certainly was not the commissioners' fault. to the road that in. being{ built. "' ).wn.of Florida similar in size of ability that was truly marvelous has conic into its own. There
I. x Now what information can you (give I Kiasimmee as I have sent for samplecopies to "('hold'in such a child.: What a will never) be n time when the world
}n, We would also like to call attention to the fact that there was no inconsistency me on it ? I take your newspaper for I of a good 1 many. Type you | fine thing for other children to lieI ,, will not demand more and more'foodstuffs -

: in, the advice given the board by Attorney W. J. Sears. In each of the news I can get on that railroad) use is clean and I good but rl'l'r..i to t I hold for example and influence as. incentives I i, /and the prices will IMJ high

yr : etbe instances cited by the Tribune the money was appropriated for a specific and the spot of (ground) that I hope to say qualitv of printing paper used iqdl''ld'dly to good and useful I lives. It and they can l 10" produced at a profit.
s some day make living* on. low grade much the i is said when the Watts was about !
i my ; so so poet I Who will bo the tint to start ouch a
', purpose, and where it would do the greatest good for the greatest number. Trusting you will spare a few moments edges) are in tatter when received four years old he often spoke in movement. Florida Metropolis.Klsewhere .

t It not given llp) Kissimmee board of trade be used for several of the ____
; r wa to lo purpose your time to answer this through mail and its only by very rhymes, which so offended his father -

.'11. *, but wa specifically; appropriated at the solicitation;; of a committee I remain, Respectfully carefully handling it that it does. not that at one time when about punishing I THE BUZZARD. ,

'r i; from that body.Kissimmee. JULIUS SCHMIDT)) split across the sheet while reading. him he suddenly and pleadingly in this I issue we publish -
Box :f G7., Breeze, III. 'I What's the matter with Kissimmee's cried out, an article by Dr. )F. Y. Hanna regarding -
p 1'C.I. has no fight with St. Cloud but, on the contrary, is proud of "board of trade" or any other business "Do father some pity take | the buzzard visiting the

( tr'( !the "Wpnder City"and the splendid progress it has made in the four years of The Reply. organization that you are not And I will no more versise make." I school grounds to eat the scraps left
4 191H.!
1 iU growth, There J is no place in Florida to half equal it, and we believe the Hunter Land Company February, letting people up north know there is But he did, being impelled by an un- I from the children's dinners It would i
such
a place in Florida as Kissimmeeand seem that as a people we are forever J
fd : citizens there are toe wise and too patriotic to allow the Tribune. from pique 202 Andrus Rid*., Osceola county ? Never hear or seen making force to, he bless went the on World with with his rhyme-Chris- gagging; / atu gnat and swallowing a i.

'f' it":: I and for its own selfish motive U array them against Kissimmee or any othersection Minneapolis, Minn. see a thing that such a town or coun- tian song, a mighty man of God. camel. For years we have been making -

,; of the county.It Gentlemen: ty exists. Orange county, Polk, De- Again, he says, "His father has a ; war on the housefly. Many of U9 .
Replying* to yours of the 30th ult., Soto, Lee, Manatee, etc., everyone machine." have the habit of keeping a "swat
It it deplorable in fact, almost inconceivable, that a great corporation in reference to the railroad, I would seems to be quite familiar with also. great What money-making should that ter" convenient and swat jJMJiy "v we

like the Seminole Land & Investment company which has from the beginningof nay that the track is laid to a point Towns of Ranford. DeLand Orlando charge have interpretation? Did it hurt to see a see in the home. If < y 0; mmon

t, its operation in Osceola county received the utmost consideration and two and one-half miles north of Pine Lakeland Wauchula, Arcadia, Fort few dollars go for the ministerial edu- housefly can carry a thouffAJHrNdisease-
t r'i island. The road is also ballasted to Myers, etc., are al! in known in our germs how many million disease-
'
child which the
c.-operation from the people of the county should lend the columns of its cation of that poor ,
t that point. We have let the contractfor section of country. germs can the filthy buzzard carry?
, organ to the stirring up of strife between the people of St. Cloud and other the completion of the entire bal- When I mention Kissimmee, theyat father That was listening struggling audience to give was him filled? It would seem to us that i if it is Important ','

''p'I section of the county. ance of the road, including the furnishing once want to know where it is? I with rapturous delight in beholdingthe to swat the fly it is a thousand

of steel and ties, to Mr. A. E. am sending for, under another cover of the wisdom of God times more important to kill the buz*
accommodated -
Again the commissioners board is not law-making body and has no depths i
a DeMayo, railroad contractor No. 56 bulletins sent out weekly by the In- in such measure to the zards. and we would suggest the
power to make or unmake law*. It is dependent to a great extent upon the Pine street New York. Mr. DeMayohas dian River Farms Co. They are northern of a little child to which an unbeliever sportsmen of Wauchula meet at the .
use
g' N opinion and advice of its counsel. Therefore, when the commissioners acted contracted with us to have the people and you will not: they are not understanding, was too school house a few afternoons and

Y,1h j i upon W. J. Sears advice and decided to issue a county booklet, which will railroad completed to the Kissimmee alive and attracting many prospec willing to scoff at and ridicule. Rev. have a shooting match. To kill every, 1 q

-- be wide enough in scope to cover the entire county, they voted for the best t river on June 1, next. which tive land I do buyers not think to compares their section at all Turner asked the audience to stand I buzzard be the easiest that comes solution] into to the town problem would '.::,; '

1't' interests of the entire county, including St. Cloud. The city of St. Cloud will SOUTHERN Very truly COLONIZATION yours, favorably with Kissimmee territory.East with Christianity him and son and as the living response witnessesfor was and after they were shot at a week .'

\ be given just a* much space and as fair a representation as any other com- COMPANY Coast railroad is sending out almost unanimous. Were those old or two buzzards in town would be I"

;'" tnxinity. Here again it will be up to the St. Cloud board of trade to decide (Signed) F. B. LYNCH, some fine advertising matter about saints sincere ? Was that the writer's few and far between. By-the-way ,;

? what want in the booklet and to with the man employed t 1 they / co-operate has had
and that
,, ,. ley branch to Okeechobee, i if you Charlie asked them to join him in board of health, body '
gather the data. IN CO-OPERATIVE. haven't seen any of it and are inter- that sinners might be saved much to say against; the fly but noth-

-Pt k =" ,j . Somebody had to be employed to gather this data and'information for INTERESTED Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 1915. ested write J. E. Ingraham St. Augustine and prayer believers confirmed the majority ing that we recall because against the the crusade but-, ..
industrial of zard. Is this :,
department : f
; '"the booklet andwe, do not understand why Editor Triplett should object toG Editor Valley Gazette: Florida, .Fla.East., Coast Railroad com- crowded dowji\ the aisle other and gave against the fly commenced in the .. ,' .
hands to
"' . ,: the.$200 appropriated for this purpose.. Of course we know that $200 would Dear in Sir the:-combination I feel very much both interested have- pany for books on "Live Stock Farm him lists.their Surely those as were honest evange-Chris- north where there are few If any'n'i:

1{" ;. 'Ji; {k, : have bought several carloads of Tribune but a* Triplett says that paper now made, and particularly In you the proposed ing in Florida;" "Pacts You Should tian 'acts and not the acts of wicked buzzards? V''

*'):+ .i:$iJ:f' hu ''"lhe) largest circulation" and as it doesn't represent any portion of the co-operative organization. My, Know" and folders about towns Okeechobee. of mockers. They knew just what they Why?swallow The Florida a camel! Advocate and gag etl 1VTIIKRK .
and
Kenansville a gnat -
!i "'''} out matter Chulouta, were doing and why and that article ., ,
-, county outside of the Seminole Land and Investment company'* holdings a what a chance for carrying I enclosing letter sent me o "
Cloud
am of St.
slanders the people as
tJ .. great many people living outside of St. Cloud might object to spending the that should successful.make your I wish section it was exceptionally by Ingraham which you may return well as Rev. Turner and son. I WANT TO 8TAV. it, tl f

county's money in'that particular way. possible for me to be .one of the or- if you like. Seaboard Air Line rail- The writer assumes to moralize and My heart ticks due for the sunny ,.

,, \I After all, it appears to be only a matter of whose ox is gored. If the ganization. I want to say I have for booklet road is sending exclusively out a about very attractive Manatee objects that raised a collection for the was commendable taken HOIltll.Where I the .orange( tiloRROniH hloorfli r
r }
been examinationsand and money Filling All thin .beautiful '
making land
a ) commissioners had appropriated the $200 for the Tribune Triplett no doubt two years of most important problem county. Is sent out by J. A. Pride, purpose of educating that little AV'llh heir as eel perfume.Where ;.t

1 would have said the commissioners were wise, patriotic, progressive all to to study the farmer a etc., and that is (er- general industrial agent Seaboard Air Mississippi boy, calling it a "commer the mockingbird If Binning; 'tI
the mustard, etc., etc. tilizer. Commercial fertilizer has Line Railroad, Norfolk, Va. cial Hale and seeks to prejudice the I reckon r will slay -
Kindly tell me If such a thing as a people by saying he "believed it was And I )love the jarkriaw'a murilc, '
been where it should be directly -
t never And the tong
The Tribune says: "But, then, the commissioners are not supposed in the interest of the grower. It comprehensive sectional map of Os- against the city law to do a com- I sunny rliiy.
>b k'G' r to do anything that would enhance the interests of Usceola county. They been entirely in the interest ceola county can be had. mercial business on Sunday." Then, I clone lovi the roars too; ''I''
has always And the old ISa
Knmri
; 4_; are cattlemen and cattlemen have fought civilization since this grand old of the owners or now, trust, From a distance, without any vital apparently for effect, he evidently The palm. and the pine oaks .....'".
4'' America was first settled, and will continue to do so until the last longhorn it badly as regards knowledge of the situation, it would aims to fasten his assumed positionby And the yellow jasmine. 1"",. ;
and they are getting
.:. has been converted into a thoroughbred."' potash and nitrate of soda. I seem to me it would do much goodto quoting ( ? ) "Jesus Christ made a The wit<'Mng old gray moss .
f ,n, Kissimmee to go after a connec- lash and drove the moneychangersfrom Swinging In the breeseMuketf .1 t: ..:
v. The above remark about "cattlemen" is not worthy of a reply. Among spent some time in Cuba two years tion with the East Coast line. Also the temple." .Then irreverentlycloses you dream of fairyland '
f' and one trip since in the interestof When > on walk 'neath the trees.While ,. ':j"N
w' j Osceola county cattlemen we find the names of many of the most progressive ago this matter as seven Seaboard from the north. with the slangy remark, "But ; t
my years w are sleeping.Klrctrlr .
.
f citizen in the county. Men who are always at the forefront, giving their time, there placed me in position to know Yours truly LUDLOW, Christ was not on the job Sunday" and llKhtn glow, ,
coin.
G. II. with the
-ei they got.away A 'rid all night long t :.
existing
,, energy and money to the upbuilding of the community. Such men as E. L. considerable about ingredients 3601 Fifth A ve., Sioux City, Ja. Why this persecution, and this apparent The rocks do crow. '

S' Lesley W. C. Ban C. A. Canon Rull Base Henry T. Bus J. R. Bronson. there that I fertilizer can almost and truly that say is 0-- effort to poison and prejudicethe Once It annoyed me; 'M J
t is a complete THE BOY PREACHER AGAIN.St. minds Surely such a And the trains roar; .- *i-,
r ; J. M. Lee A. E. Donegan Robt.. J. Donegan R. C. and S. C. Partin W. I. that exists in several caves I people's Hut those things '
are small
,, Barber Ed. Whaley Ackias Bass, Riley Godwin. Frank Walker O.: R. Bass not guano only know of, but have in hand Cloud, Feb 9, 1915. course will not build up St. Cloud, for I don't mind no more. r ; ;
i if such sentiment prevailed, manyof
J. H. Walker J. F. O'Berry the Shaker colony Bob Alderman. Syd Pierce, through my friend in Havana, whose Editor Valley Gazette: out us would a not wish to remain. Sure- I sure do love It. I ." X'
Cloud Tribune
&.k.. J. M- Lanier. Raymond Lanier J. S. Bronson Chat. Bronson. L DOver relatives owns them. On my trip there The St. came evinces bad spirit. As I take my easn '
and : last week with an article that is inexcusably ly the paper a In hIlt warm balmy -climate, '
!r ; street, and J. W. Miller are some of our cattlemen. Their record ia i known to Professor Earle Bent for me talking we on abusive and needs an apol- The paper has made a great mistake With It'. grand old trees.The .
s i pent all of one evening ; in thus exposing itself to the wonderful garden.Hpreading ,"I"
kll. It isn't necessary for the Gazette to defend them, or their records. the matter. He spoke particularly ofphosphate I ogy at least.Reerring. will take notice. Evangelist o'er the mead (
( and since then I have, to the boy before a public, Soho t uettng little labor i-f
F Lewis left here only a few days Hut supplying need.
: through same (friend found a very crowded house he says "As a burlesque every

t i. Why Not a "Jitney" For Kissimmeei large deposit my of the noted pebble j I I show, it was a big success." Now, feature ago, after of holding which a was meeting a children's a special Strawberries In the so delicious Bun; I IKIpenlnK 11 "r't4, :,f;'

i i All.that i ia required to be a transportation magnate now i ia to owe a Ford rock, etc. 1 let from us an candidly unbiased reconsider standpoint.the matter Who meeting. Some ofwhich children Think its you're lots of eating fun. mana. > ;t SAnd 1

'tat In,nearly all bf the large and many of the small cities the "jitney" bu ploit Now an, my organization intention has for the been purposeof to ex- I I but a scoffer would use such language were younger good work than of the Rev.boy Lewis preacher.The was. I done can't live no more (' .ij.1i

"Y l. cutting into the profits of the street cat companies and making oWners of establishing a plant in Florida, and in reporting the gathering of a Christian supported by means* raised much in In the cold northland.Where '.

(' (autos rich. When it was first suggested that owner of machines could make give (which we can do) the grower people for worship, the little leading boy. the same way as the boy preacher's And no 1l's warm all white Ice and sand.snow, i'

'any money carrying passengers for a five-cent fare it was thought to be impossible. fertilizer that' will grow to an Intensive -I. personage And: a present. child being shall a lead them. was. By free gifts as is generallythe 80' come down my -children +Ml
reduced
'f : A few wiser than the rest, started "jitney" lines with their machine success, and at a very criti case, and no objection was madeto And live along with me;
'price, so that those who now cannot : Whose right was it thus to that, neither should there be. Then 'TIs like the garden of the gods, 'r
9 It ha been demonstrated in San Francisco that the owner of a car can clear afford as much as they should use, will cise and abuse? It was announcedthat I. why this effort to raise a prejudice ? In old Dixie. r

t is from six to ten dollar a day by carrying passengers at the "jitney"rate.. In be able to do so. Now then, why is a "boy preacher" would preach The churches are behind those whom MRS ;J. ]i. BULli

most of the cities these busses follow the route of the regular street car andre it not possible for you (fewer the better on Sunday, 2 p. m., January 24, justas they employ yearly, but Rev. Turner --i:
/ making schedules. ) there to take this up with me any other preacher might have came alone and single-handed. What ;
trips regular "',
e on make it strictly a Kissimmee institution done. lie faithfully filled his appointment prompted the attack on this man, who

t 1 This should prove a profitable field for some enterprising young man with T.I. can assure you that we in a pleasant, dignified Chris- with his boy came for a day and Jyt J

.. a Ford right here in Kissimmee. We venture to say that if a machine was will have in time as luw' funds tian manner, took up a collection justas harmed no one and departed. Is suchto
establish plants all over the people saw fit to give; sold picturesof be the reception of the next comer ,.
pdrmit,
stationed somewhere in the business
section of the with
,
city sign displayed
.
a what people might ... j jJ
t south! and north if so wish. 'I can see himself for just who as soon as he is gone may receive
: .Aa,..ere ia the city only .5 cents," that it would within a short time prove a no reason why we could not eliminatethe pay and this to aid the father in securing a stab in the back. I IS J }

h '{ profitable venture. present fertilizer trust, as we will an education, which he--a poor REV. S. G. BUNDY.CONUNDRUMS. .
5. give the farmer 2,000 pounds of plant man -Is trying to obtain for his son. o
\ 400 the rest filler lie paid for the hall, intruding upon 1
food, and not pounds, 1I
),i ; ,Do You Know This Man ? to make a ton. no' one, and returned quietly to his Why is a list of musical composerslike \
I, home to receive a stab in the back. a saucepan? Because it i is incom-
./ I I 1 know a man who 'thinks that he could write a book or tame a bee; Now, if you are interested, let The me And the writer of that article says plete without a Handel. Ir I

\ .'j. Could run the earth in every way much better than it's run today; could sail know time and is right send on now your, to questions.take advantage such was a "burlesque show." Why is the letter A like 12 o'clock?

f' J ;I. boat or ride a mule or teach the teacher in the school; could beat the band of a condition existing, more or If so he should be made to substan- Because it come in the middle of day.

f'. ".' ., at'every squeak were he to train about week; could do all these were he less from the war, that we can build tiate it, or satisfy a damage for defamation When is a newspaper like a delicate ,
and the. slandering child T When it weekly.In '
L ,,# :to.try. He doesn't though-I wonder why> I know him. like a printed book. up something of great interested financial Interest of of Christian character people, who participated !-- what key should appears a man proposeto )1I J

3 -I"" ;t'as well as though were !hi'cook. I know ha thinks that he could run the .officials to, and those then directly if wa feel it of advantage as- in the meeting. his girl? Be mine ah (B minor). ,

} r ',R '.tllaai.erslli and call itfuns; : if he could r>only get a start.-that'he' would play.a let every grower have a eertala These people are not all of a world- Why doe a conductor punch a hole I 1:

y l :. wondrous part. But.still 1M sits around and .waits. .. "
R v1 i .. : ,a tats*; Perform ia every line> Great Scott I He,knows be could-but .hedtwjMtVv co-operation comes' la again. They will largely' Christian churchgoers and fer through.the dried :r. -t. cla .

'If, ;' I : ." ..;r', >No.,..lies eaa'I such insight hew. ,' surd-ty<..,.|..,that; tkit is at>> exert knowing themselve they are on shareholder the fertiliser; aids then from to listen the lips to such of a'=a-Kven-jrear-old words.as flowed what If sol would big Neptune water say were? I really up C. c;: VANS,'AGNEW,. Aft,., .+

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BEAUTIFULJULIET- I If 'J J 1 . :. .... . . ... ;. ... ...+. ,

"RICB' AND r BELTED GOWNS. 4' ACTIVITIES' OF WOMEN *. CHIC DANCE "OOWLi

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.' . I I 1 I L T .... 'c-tIeIt Ie
fPJeu.
f.' : .. . .. ....... . .. . ...... .CoquettishAn. bewte'
MADE SERVANT I
,LOVE TO HUMBLE ,jVlitadyreJVlurfcr: I Quaint Variations ef Thie Style" 'the ...ig Bpving ....... I

Fevered. 1; Per'; Y.uthfulIF3ieree.,. I :; Amoag over 4, 00 applicants for :.The frilled or flounced frock tosplcuona eo...' '
I in New York
... positions city there,were .
: N.w 1'NOVEL. among the model which CaaV
r :fork.-.Ltter'q its as tender I ,673 women. -
taxable modistes are poshing for
.. any: that ever could hare beet ) . ; ,
I Brazilian'" of !wealth: regard pjT.TH
wttten women
by the Juliet whom Shakes ., COMBINATION.I a-

" pure immortalized, penned b'Juliet I I . 1 . '" shopping ae"antor as undignified ;and. send. a; s
elteng KJel.t, nineteen, daughter of samples.1There l
. .
a millionaire New York banker and Cheeked Skirt With KimoneJacket pltX I spring.'f
are 4,600 Chinese females
mine ewner to Max -. ef Black Satin. over -
: Fred Kleist gardner
-
and ,
of The Beautiful Profile. over 9,000 Japanese ,womenin
Marquette, Mich., who afterwards
the United States. '
became her husband It la in profile that the feature show ;
have been * :
real> in court here in the latter's suit perfection or defect. A face that to The State Grange Patrons 'of Husbandry ;

for $250,000 against his father-in-law front view appears symmetrical may will ask the next legislature

for alienating the girl's affections. |In profile present angles and hollows in New Jersey to appropriate $50,000to :

Kleist cveclares his wife still I loves and features that are too sharply delineated erect and support a state college. for SI SIH

hhlm'l but that her parents will not let for beauty. So study your women. *
live with him as his wife. side view In the mirror. i .4 'C

'Mln his testimony Kleist declared that Note Whether the side Jlne of the : Teachers in the public schools of

1'reitung, a most romantic yeung head Is too long. If It Is draw the. New York city must be over forty:
woman, took the initiative in the love : five years of age-to marry and con-
making. She met him at hair a little farther down over the d,; J tinue in their position.
Marquette
,
where her father temples and If the line of the face Is . .
has beautiful
a sum hair forward A bit. Miss Miriam Van Waters who is
the
mer home. She fell in love with him too long bring i ,
at sight, according to his testimony, Carrying the chin uptllted ever so superintendent of the Detention Homein ,

made n "date," played the victrola to slightly diminishes the apparent lengthof Portland, Ore., has three collegedegrees. ,
.
him and then promised marriage.To the facial outline and seems to elongate # 1 f1'T

bear out this testimony, stacks .the curve of the throat. If the San Francisco is to have a women's 10

of love letters written by Miss Brel11 bead Is tipped a trifle to the side and hotel managed on the same lines as

tong to,Kleist have been read in court. back presenting a broad side face a the Martha Washington hotel in New

Here are a few. The first was dated good shoulder line Is effected but If York city.

October:, 11, 1913: either throat or face Is thin beware. C. .

"Dearest: I have so many important Hollows will deepen, and the line of Many women are among the 120 volunteers
things to tell you that I don't who are' furnishing blood for .
know when to start I don'tthink the Jaw will become o sharp edge.If the wounded soldiers in the Lyons,
the neck mid face too fat the
anything would have come of it are e France, hospital. I' ,
but, learest, the truth is I did not. fat la apt| to nccinnulnlc nt this particular Y&q ice, C e e

;as.' my head, cause I should have RN polul.! Sometimes the IKS'k U flat Mrs. Florence P. Reefing, New )

never let'ou come in and see me the tl In front and bulging at the sides lIen' York's only automobile broker, claims y

way I did. e the side lew Is dlMlnrVl.v lint iiei utl- t. 'N'ifart? g that it is no business for a woman to iJ.
kW, 'a
Will Marry You. ful. To correct either of tli If defects take up as a livelihood. 'T4 'T- ,

That reminds me that I have something practice the head beading exch-l e. : C e 4'k. '
Miss Foley is back
Margaret again
nice to tell you now and thatis Bend the heed'from the liiiHe of the
tight I have made up myfind that side fur In Boston to pursue her work of gain .
neck first to oue HH as possible
I will I ing better legislation for women and '
as soon as get to
marry
you
and then to the other, repeating tbe
; t,. children in Massachusetts
New York and find that I have a good l'I
movements several times.Removing C. C
's4 hBRtli'an
chance.I V. Lady Jellieo, wife of the head of the t
certainly have had an awful time
Oust. British navy, has established a tem-
lately. We are still in Mar-
hall for in the Ham- ?"Ii
women
but I feel Dust Is Inakllous. A wash cloth and porary
quette. My cold is better, monsraith road section of London. I
rather upset about the way things warm water at best remove but little * __ el
turned out-but it was all my fault, of It from the face. If you really wish T Mrs. F. E. Lowrey has sailed for ' __

letting you do the things I did, but ''to see bow much dust the face can Liberia, where she will take a trip ty -

my love was very strong and is still take up in a .walk take a damp washcloth into the wilds of darkest Africa, tak- car Aalla D-- "

stronger now for you, because as soon when Tau arrive home, and dip It ing moving pictures as she goes. Frills are of various sizes, but those e t'M \

as I find it possible I will write you In your cold cream Jar. Then scrub SFBIHO SUIT. . moderate width seem moat popular.. /M"'
and ifo with much happiness. wasb cloth will The National .Una n of Woman's A dance frock of black satin to inns-:: ,
face and neck. The
The belted suit the suit with tbe Suffrage associations ef Canada is
Please don't worry over what I have or '
trated here The.klrt la wtth
written; it will all come out all right, :' be so black that one is horror struckto simulated belt Is promised as a style. conducting a campaign for pension. draped t
series of black net flounce edged -
although it Is hard at the time. : think that so much dust has been leader among spring costumes. White, for mothers as a result of the war a .bodice .'
velvet
with The waited
. long
carried tbe face even for a short O
Max dearest I love and I was on
:, you tan, putty and neutral shades prevail
Mrs Whitman wife of of black velvet U wrinkled with, +
not before that I would come to while. Charles softly *, ". v,
sure .
wanted For and water do for these gowns.A the governor-elect of New York, I I. an tow placed velvet flowers and shoulder i* .
I to give some reason soap
> because
you 4j J tal| jaunty spring suit of white broadcloth ardent suffragette and it doing all she I',
chance to do well-but not seem to remove the dust as well as i .traPS of large jet beadsAIRING
fO'QlE-1', IN shown here. The skirt, partially can to assit In its educational prop.-
mind that I will and water. The face '
up my ATTRACT!TK SPRING BUTT. cold cream warm ; circular, la laid In inverted box ganda. '
marry you the first chance I get. should then be sponged i off with cold e e BEDCLOTHES.. lv
With all my love, JULIET. An afternoon suit of shepherd checked water to tighten/ the pores, which have plaits In belted front. Tbe loosely fittingjacket Three women were sworn In as police Sunshine for Both Sides of the.Mat.. ,; t,
Is with white kid and
A few days later she wrote: serge awl black .lacquered satin In been opened by tbe warm water and in Columbia, S. C. They were tress la Necessary. ,'

. Pea rest-1"!*ax-I want to write all oriental design the skirt coimtatinic. of dusted with pow ler that has been bas a cutaway peplum falling In pointsat appointed by the mayor at the requestof Many housekeepers think, thy'air :

ICC day. Today is my birthday. I have straight gores' of serge alternating with chosen to'wot.cb the color of tbe skinas tbe .side. Trimmings are of white the member. of the Equal Suffrage beds by throwing the bedclothes over, .
had the blues all day long. It must circular gores of the satin Is picturedhere. t This powder novelty buttous. Worn with It Is a league. Under the authority conferredon the foot of the bed and the mattress 4

be the effects of my cold. I miss you The kimono jacket of satin lined liearly as possible. wide brimmed sailor fiat of blue satin. these policewomen they make arrests over them but this I.. simply airing,
od.tlll: bit of It ...
should be wiped not a .. ."
it is because I am "
so much. I guess with wJiite. pussy willow taffeta call the patrol wagon, or take the.underside> the- -mattress mnor
lonesome. Please, Max, dearest, shown, for nothing is more disagreeable action other the bedclothes. -
so has edges bunded with black silk military ...OOOOOOO OOO'OO..OO up any performed by smothering .
don't everything will be all than smears of it on tee face. policemen. Their special will be t
worry braid embroidered In gold II ndgret'o. 0 OO I duty Some persons also think that to'air
_ right. I am crazy to hear from you : flue of themodistes HOLIDAY FARE. OO I, safeguarding young girls.It a bed properly it must lie ,this way
It Is specimen
a
' and so anxious to know how everything Drink Plenty of Water.If o . about Half the day;' giving yerytm", '
art In adaptlug Japanese in Palo Alto California that r.
is going. The most important you would have a clear complexion 00000000000000000000000..0Here was tidy appearance to the room..-: .
thing of all is to get a job. Do as you ideas in regard to dress to the taste of drink plenty of water between is attractive economical the women voters broke the record. The proper way to air a bed. if bedclothes

think best. I hope you will have lots the occidentf meals and exercise out of doors every an Seventy-six more women registeredthan are not removed from the bed
of luck. Don't Wait too long but write and easily prepared refreshment men. As the result of Woman and placed on chairs, is to throw them '
menu for an evening function on suffrage, California has a registration, d, .
soon-Love.. Parts of the letter were not read the I II I I M I I I I-I-i-i-I-I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I IifWASHINGTON'S I day.Cold water stimulates the mem- Washington's birthday: of 1,219,345 rotors which is said to over to the keep footboard them off across the floor a chair and placed then.' i,

',,' court ruling that they were "hearsay" BIRTHDAY : : branes of the stomach, and \hot water Grapefruit Cocktail'' CherriesTomato with Maraschino exceed that of any state west of the lift the mattress in the middle, tilting 4
1
,.; Another letter, dated October 17, f soothes them. Jelly Mississippi.- It ,up so that air' passes under andover
e e
utter
1918, was in part: FAVORS. Sipping either la than swallowIng Egg/ and Head Lottue Salad .The.Omaha suffragists demand It.d One-half' hour', of this will k
h and when the taste of hot : Hatchet Shaped Sandwiches are
rapidly, horonghlr '
Excitement. air a bed the windows
tobe
; Wild With Coffee* Ing that the anti-.u 'ralri.... >comply
,!3. ." It is Whit sines I I t I I I I-MM I 1 M I I 1 1 1 I I I'M water la unpalatable a pinch of salt or I Apple. and cherry Tarts or Ice Cream with the laws of Nebraska and file a open all.the time, of course.

'haves heard you. is the. a dash of lemon Juice wllljmprove it. and Small Red and White statement showing who contributedthe ,
": For the Washington's birthday dinner Frosted Cake MiamL-John Scott will erect store) r'
telephone A of soda with the lemon Juice ;
Please write me a pinch
effort
matter. large sums spent in the to
favor souvenir and and
, or gift pretty apartment house two stories}
that I can call you ty. is better. I.
number so even defeat the suffrage amendment. It '
boxes shown in'the LINGERIE COLLARS. concrete. .
, You can imagine how crazy I am to appropriate are A rational habit of drinking water i rumored that the anti-campaign was t' '

<"feear from you. I am nearly wild with shops. Two popular designs are pictured will not only. Improve' the health, but Easy Way to Wash and Iron Thin backed by brewers, public service corporations STOP THAT COUGH-.NOW' "%
> excitement at the thought of hearing here. One of them 1s a box will preserve It. Water and milk are Neckwear and other big Interests that '

from you. Max, dearest, I miss you both very p good to keep the kidney See that the collars and cuffs are feared the women's vote. When yon catch Cold or begin t* ,
terribly. I'll say good night, now, acting welL quite Adry after washing before attempting C Cough the Pine-Tar-Honey. is'to take
Dr. Bell's It
Max, dearest to starch: them. Place themin The rules committee of congress pane-
dated October i consideration of the bills rates the linings of the Throat and
Part of another letter, a clean, dry towel and have ready a recommends
23, and postmarked at the Grand For.Tender F_t. basin of well made cold water starch. conferring suffrage in the Philippine. Lunge and fights the Germs of the

Central station in New York, was: s Carbolated vaseline, well rubbed Into Mix the starch up well from the bottom i. This is a strange proceeding, since the Disease, giving quick relief and natural p
write. I went 'IMkra excellent for Filipinos have asked for the right to healing. "Our whole family depend
"I do wish you would the skin, is said to be lay in as many collars as the
there Was no vote. Why Filipino men should be on Pine-Tar-Honey for'Coughs .
to the postoffice and frostbites. starch will\ easily cover at one time t
letter. I don't really know what I.Ijj Where the skin Is broken zinc oxide and let the starch soak well through deemed worthy of voting while American and Colds, writes Mr E. Williams -I Ju.'*fI

the matter with me. I am very tired 4w la sometimes very beullng. them. women are denied this right snot H.milto'z! Ohio. It always helps. 25e

and very lonesome. It does not seem a White cotton stockings should be Squeeze them with the hands in the made clear by the rules committee. at your urureol...,

right to knew you are near and not drawn on the feet whoa any cream la starch; then wring as dry as possible.
New --- '-- -
be see you. Come to Draw them out straight and lay

'' ableMax, dearest. I must stop now. used., foot bath smoothly on a towel, but do not put C. A. CARSON, President. N. a BRYAN. Secretary.
Maasage after a warm '
" Will write soon one on top of the other; roll each one
,
Another letter again., at the Grand helps to stimulate the circulation' separately between the towel. Leave

,.' Central and dated October 24: where there la a proneness to cold feel for half an hour before ironing, but do ,

Dearest Max-Thank you very much and In a preventive of frostbite.A not let them get too dry. The Waters & Carson

for your two letters. It was wonder- little salt added to tbe foot bath When ready to iron spread wrong
is much easier to side and iron first side .
ful to get them. It "Wfli harden too delicate skin. uppermost one
letters at the postoffice. I and then the other. Iron slowly at

your decided to change the name I first, then more and more quickly un- n

. gave to Mary Chase. Grand Central 0000.000000000600000000000 til there is a glossy surface and the
you 0 O Grocery Company r
T- postoffice, New York. collar is dry.
"I have not had much chance to WHAT A GIRL SHOULD RE- The right side naturally requiresthe t

,' write because some one is always > MEMBER. OO most ironing, but? the wrong side

' hanging you around. Dearest Max, if 0 must be ironed quite smooth. Lift
had Sru the collar occasionally when ironingto
maybe
you
don't better,
things go O 0
There that
are some things a
I let the and
to New York because steam escape dry the
, better come O
is
) girl richer for remembering
each other. I won't sheet under it with the iron. A teaspoonful -
know we can see much 0 and .the poorer for forgetting. 0 of powdered borax in cold Wholesale ... Retail DealersGROCERIES ta
be able to stand you away 0. I,
ever Max dear." Here they are, and it is impossible O starch will give an added stiffness to .
/ Please, *
longer. for most of us to acquire 0 linen. J
signed
These letters all were them without much expense; in O 1

!t' "Juliet" .*. some instances without any outlay 0 PRIVACY FOR GUESTS.

} 0 at all. O. When the guest room has an occu-

! TEXAS liAS CHAMPION FAMILY Every girl should know how to 0O pant the children of the household

, HEAVYWEIGHT lave cy OAJTDT BOXJB. sew and make dresses. 0 should consider it sacred and should -- \

>'< Violet, Texas.-This its section citizens thee surmounted doll's bead trickedout > To cook and clean. 0O never be allowed to enter or even to . . . . . 4 . . . ......... .........
by a
V claim to having among of the To mend her own and the 0 knock at the door without first con- ; .
: champion heavyweight family of the with flowing locks and a long > household things. 0 sulting ,an older head. WE SELL: WKEUTj .
,, United States. It is composed beard to represent Yankee Doodle or .*. .
HAY
j Joe Hoel- To dress neatly and becoming- Even a hostess sometimes spoils the 1 cu .'
''!\ twely children of the late at that; famous personage known as Un 0* ly and daintily. O pleasure of the loveliest guest chambers BIDES .

: ,f ache >ho died a few months ago cle Sam. The other box (S a miniature > To keep a secret and respect O by entering it too frequently with GRAIN, .

' the )of eighty-five. : drum with crossed drumsticks on > confidences. 0 inquiries, etc. \ S.1't1B8
'H: Tl twelve children, brothers and white > To be self-reliant FERTILIZERS .... .
of the side tied together with red and not help- 0 Over entertainment is really worse .
weight
";0/ slate have a combined weight I and blue ribbon. Tbe head of the > less. 0 than none at all. One may assume WOOL !

.."' -g.uwpounds, or an average drum may be removed and the Interior > To keep a house tidy and have that a guest may perhaps want to be SHINGLES '" i.

-"' i five }pounds?? dcsi ty fiveagranidchil- filled with candles. O a place for everything. 0 alone when she seeks her room. '. ;
->,, Children a O To respect old afre. 0 ORANGE BOXES, AND 3
/ "dren. All these descendants are in -- O To be above gossipping or Us- WAITS 20 YEARS. NOTE ,

''the heavy-weight class and give stand-promIse GIRDLE DAGGERS.The O toning to slander. O FINALLY WINS BRIDE ORANGE WRAPS, ALL. I"
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;. \ of coming up to the family fasteners 0 To, control her temper. 0 ;

J"; :.aJ'1lln! this respect. dagger new shaped girdle brooches like are the huge old O To care for the sick and the 0 Manltowac. Wis. -B. F. Swan has ,. VEGETABLE CRATES. COUNTRY .
the whom he '
married
O | woman hoped -
just
young. O .:
Tools >
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'grbs.eter You Need a pln One topazes and O If she has to claim as hi. bride twenty yearsago !
*- these accomplishments CRATE NAILS, \
& .. dark brov-i enamel U in .
'Take amounting ,0' then she.need not trouble 0 at Washington, D. C. For some ,II 'PJtODUc&l'

f "'Yh.Ofd Standard Growe', . TuteIee8, of engraved in silver. Another... ame- ,>very' much if fato.bae denied her 0 unknown'reason the couple's engagement . .. .. .. . . . . .... .-........ :l<...,
.. M'' a thysis= graduated-slaesf > : --f
', .'d 11.ToaIct"1s equally Snl.i the chance'of 'acquiring some 0 was deferred and his "near- ...,. '.' -,...'': "",.
General ,'TODIc because It contains the from its-Jong'slim point to\\ >,.others tbaUmay be trifle: 0 bride" became Mm. J. Wolf : f'W."O' field and Yard- seeds of all kinds..,;"" .,;': .I- ". well known toI CptopertIHofpUININS ""which Is'an.h.cli across. .'fashionable/ but> '-.rer"certainly.. Two year ag.'Wblf'dted: 'andSwan ''4 *W.g IINIda1'aat..uoa to flttl ag oat .uLfaru14 stli.piag..p.rtllri+.I'

A and IRON.' 'It acts oa the Lkeef. Drives aidE'1 ' ,0",DOt so- delightful 'andus efuL. .O .*roto;.a letter 6f condolence to:'Kr. ;L V. FrBdellTeryUieUy lisslts. ,Plan 0 :3Ve..,If". . .v* : 'i", .
, }' Iftalerisa nuricbee the Blood Instead, hemming a 'silence'cloth 'Wolf Correspondence .was continuedwhichled r We. arecoutUy aget- for rood .f ertlUiars. 'Ask '.a -faelralsztfn., : 11' ..l

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: ".. \THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE:' '' .' FRIDAY' -FEBRUARY' IP' 1915MMMIMOHiaMieitlOMie ) *,. :,

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.. .- ,.., . -" ::, : ,: German 'bodies,'.Lutheran ,5 Reformed .. The,. Episcopal 5Chnrch,;In Asia, with / FalmouthfuiMls': : ..Ma Jf2'Wel't '
RELIGIOUS :SECTS. and ,representatives of.the. Prussian Its''nineteen bishops'' and on, thousand. tha Palmer disappeared six weeks ago' j
f g ; '. State.Church .an show unusual other clergy. and when she reappeared she said .h. ,
;t'; Society Notes it gaInes for 1914.: On the' other hand, The Episcopal Church In Africa with had been wandering In the wood .at.' :
i : .. SHOW GOOD GAINSIN Roman Catholic gains are quite small. its twenty-two bishops and six hundred inir scorns and berries. She made the-
', The summary shows that the total other clergy. experiment for her health and says

\ (. Mattle. ',Belle Harris, Editors" Increase of ministers. was 8,212 which The Episcopal Church of Australia; he never felt!; better* than ah.*;doe, ....
' is unUtlualI.1ar.. while -'
MEMBERSHIPNew the total increase with its twenty-four bishops and four now
,;, ""Y" 4 r ,\' of churches was. ,1,441. which is hundred otherclergy.Scattered I.
'; \\Re.i etVMdsteaUpsJr. *.. of tlte Valley Gatett to tend Item unusually small, ten two hu'n- It CENT '"CASCARETS

j. ,", )"rtof" .: iWktr.treBU' .<"to"the'.EJJtor fr publication 'ia these co...... ; the United York,States-.The religious have no bodies cause of to I CHURCH NOTICES I
)'"I, . .. ,. be discouraged over the results of the .. Making a total of three hundredand For Sick Headache. Sour Stomach,
.l l l MICMI < IOleM.MOI''O'Ot'O'O'O'O'O'O'OI"O'O'+ year 1914. The new communicants five bishop. and fort four thousand -
I,d .'J. .. or. members added made good all the AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. five hundred other clergy. Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They
DOME COOKERY SALE. MARRIED. losses by death, expulsion or with- The pastor will preach morning and The total number of communicantsof -work while 7'0. aleep.
The,ladles, of the Episcopal church Ceo W. Marsh and Mrs. Martha J. drawal, and left a surplus of nearly evening: Subject for morning hour: this great Anglican communion Furred Tongue Bad Taste Indtgestion -
r t ,will ewtt.lnue'th. sale of home-cooked Spaulding of St. Cloud, were marriedin three-quarters of a million. That is, "Could God Forgive Sin Without the which each communicant in the dio- Sallow Skin and Miserable Head-
dainties each Saturday afternoon from this city Tuesday in the office of the total membership is 763,078 Sacrifice of Christ Subject for tmevcrinir i>e counts ore, is considerably over aches come from a torpid liver and
8,to,6 o'clock at the LaMode Millinery County Judge T. M. Murphy. Judge greater than it was in 1918. This l is hour: "The Place of the thirty millions, while the number of clogged bowels, which cause your. .
e ; "shop on'Broadw y. Good home Murphy officiated. an average increase of two per cent. School in Our National Life." To baptised individuals is no doubt considerably stomach to become filled with undigested
.cookingfor, Sunday dinners. Last Saturday Judge Murphy mar- for all bodies, great and small Chris- everyone a cordial invitation is ex more than ninety millions. food, which soun and ferments
?"COLAN1At' CIUzrCH ried Walter Sylvester and Miss Annie tian and non-Christian. Elaborate tended. It is, therefore, true that the great like garbage in a swill barrel. That'sthe
) SOCIAL. Belle Harralson of this city. statistical tables prepared by Dr. 11. Anglican communion of which we area first step to untold misery-Indi-
4 : >\,The Ladies Aid of the Pre- K. Carroll, and issued by the Federal THE BAPTIST CHURCH. I part is emphatically the Church of gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow-
1 SHAKESPEARE CLUB. Council of Churches of Christ in Am- The Sunday school me-Hs at 9:45a. : the English-speaking race. skin, mental fears, everything that i..
-I- The Shakespeare club met last Fri- erica, show in detail the gains and m. C. A. Carson's Bible class at horrible and nauseating. A Casc.rettonight
i < day afternoon with Mrs. Bert Bryan losses of the year. 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. will give your constipated
r ,..(friends and, the public Is at her home on Clyde avenue. Those The grand total of members is now Pastor A. J. Holt will speak at the bowels thorough cleansing and
4 i- :will be given at the manse froma7:30 present were Mesdames Kribbn, W. 38,708,149. All the larger denominations morning hour'on "The Wise Men from Cures Old Sons, Other Reunifies Won't Curs. straighten you out by morning.: They
."., until 10 o'clock. ,,A silver offering win L. Winn, C. Bryan Boice and Misses share in the increase. Baptists the East." Services at night will \b": The. worst" ca....,no matter of how loon. landingare work while you sleep-a 10-cent boxfrom
+ ? be taken. Bay, Lanthrop Powers and Aultman. gained 122,125; Eastern Orthodox gin at 7:00.: The pastor will speak at cured. Antiseptic by the wonderful Healing. ', Oil.old reliable It relle.e.Paiu DrPorter. *. your druggist will keep you feel-
. After the club program sandwiches Churches, 36,500; the Roman Catholic night on "Civic Harmony." This is mad llesli at Ihene time. 25 ,30c IIA ing good for months.Stanford's .
t PAINTING CLUB MEETS Cake and tea were served. Mrs. Bryan Church 136,850; the Lutherans 56,248; to be one of the sermons requested} by
+ i T WITH MRS. CLARK was assisted in entertaining by her the German Evangelical Synod, representing the board of trade on what is best for I
"4 + ,u daughter Mrs. Paul Weaver.LINCOLN'S the State Church of Prussia, Kissimmee. At these services the
'a tr Mrs.' J. D. Clark entertained Wednesday ...
99,315; the Methodists, 231,460; the house will be made comfortable, and
., morning of this week for the BIRTHDAYWAS Presbyterians 56(019( ; the Protestant the public generally are invited to at-
members of her painting club, including CELEBRATED Episcopal Church 28,641. tend. Strangers especially welcomed.
+f Mrs. S. H. Bullock Mrs. Boice, Episcopal Church Growing. I I Stanford'sHEADQUARTERS I
; Mrs. Stanford Miss Bay Miss Eliza- In celebration of Lincoln's birthday The Protestant Church INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT
Episcopal
c beth Carson and Mrs. Chas. Carson. last Friday afternoon the local G. A. has crossed the million line? havingaint'd EPISCOPAL CHURCHThe
R.
The ladies camp gave an impromptu
spent morning painting program since
after which thee hostess served a followed by a social hour, which was 86,468 since 1900. 1910, and over Anglican Communion i is emphatically FOR
th'' .d dainty luncheon. attended by a number of visiting veterans 200,000 The Roman Catholic Church has the church of the English- j
.. and thoroughly enjoyed. Speeches speaking for it includes
11' race, :
q BAZAAR FOR BABIES.Tb were made by Commander LaLand, gained nearly a million and a quarter The Church of England, with its MEN'S and WOMEN'SReady
,P Mothers and Teachers Literary the Rev. Mr. Bundy of New York and since 1910 and more than five and a sixty-three bishops and thirty-three
and Social club will hold bazaar for several ades. After half millions, since 1900.
s the programthe thousand other clergymen.
i the benefit of the better baby contest ladies off the G. A. R. circle served The Methodist Episcopal Church, The Church of Ireland, with its '
t on February 22 and 23 (Monday and I delicious cake and coffee. the second largest in denomination gained thirteen bishops and two thousand, -to- Clothing Hats Shoes Etc[
187,487 1914, and nearly 700,000
14fi' i Tuesday! ), In the building formerly I HITNIREDo'lATBAFFAIR two hundred other clergy. Wear ,
since 1900.
/ FIVE
occupied by the H. E. Cole Jewelry The Episcopal Church of Scotland,
1 company. Aprons and caps and many I I AT GRAYSTONE The thirty churches constituting the with its eight bishops and four hun-
f .,. novelties will be on sale and hot tea Federal Council of the Churches of dred other clergy. COME IN AND GET A BARGAIN
i Instead of the usual Tuesday afternoon Christ in America, report, as will. be
and sandwiches will be served. A welcome I The Protestant Episcopal church in
meeting of the Five Hundred seen, nearly 17,500.000 members
is extended to all.JUNIORSENIOR. i I some the U. S.
yl ; ... ... club an evening card party was what less than half of the aggregate A., with its ninetybishops .
"i and six
,' .t PARTY. I ranged for this week and of all denominations, with 103,0000: nearly thousand other clergy.
q ) extended to husbands and friends ar-I ministers and nearly 133,000 churches. The Episcopal Church in Canada, H.
p The junior and senior classes of the New Foundland and West '' C. Stanford Co.
Indies
etc., I
1 Osceola High school enjoyed a Val- the club members to attend. Thp These bodies have a net increase of and its and |
entine party given at the home of Mr. fair was given in the parlors of the over 500,0000 members, or more than and thirty hundred bishops one thous-
wti,' and Mrs. Tiller last Monday evening. ) Graystone hotel and the card game; two-thirds of the entire increase of all seven other clergy. I I
1 ; About thirty of the school girls and was followed by a four course dinner bodies.
i S .5 boys were present and the evening and dance. Those present were: Mr. Over Million Mark.
j" t was very pleasantly spent playing and Mrs. .1. D. Woodlvpck Mr. and There are nine denominations which
Mrs. Sam Ragsdale, Mr. and Mrs. have million and
games and participating in a program I a upward, the Roman
S ," jrtt of popular songs. Dainty refreshments Henry Overstroet. Mrj and Mrs. J. 1 1). Catholic 13,794,637: ;: the Methodist
carrying out the Valentine. (Clark Mr. and ). C. Cadel, Mr. Episcopal :JfWJ,2,5.( :) the Southern Bap-
I rr idea and colors were served. and Mrs. Howard M. Katz, Mr. and 1 tist 2ft92,219/ the National Baptist
M ... ... ... Mrs. Andre Van der' Meersch, Mr. (colored) 2,018,868, the Methodist H
OHIOANS HAVE REUNION. and Mrs. Boire, Mrs. Fanny Pow..II'1 Episcopal, South, 2,005,707 the Presbyterian COME NOW TO THE BIG
c S x The Ohio association has secured Mrs. C. H. Allen, Miss Mildred Tur- Northern, 1,442,498; the Disciples -
1,3U l the skating rink for tonight (Friday), ville, Miss Mary Dixon, Miss Doray of Christ, 1,363,163; the Northern -
when they will hold a reunion for Tracy, Miss Sybil Powell and C. W. Baptists Convention, 1,238,323,
4i; members and visitors from the Buckeye Ward, H. A. Hunter, E. Clifford Russell and the Protestant Episcopal, 1,015-
state. Music, a program of George Gardner Pearce II. Glas- 238: These seven denominations! aggregate DOLLAR LIMITa
!' k speeches and a basket dinner will be cock and Dr. Simpson.Mr. over 29,000,000 members, or
-'rI' ('ir features of the evening. and Mrs. J. I). Clark won the I more than three-fourths of the entire
This is the second affair the Ohioans first prize in the card game and Mrs. I aggregate of the 170 religious bodies.
', ' ; have had this season and promises Henry Overstreet wag given the consolation The effects on church membershipof
f to be more largely attended than prize. the European war l is narrowing the -
4 the previous reunion. stream of immigration were probably CLEAN SWEEP SALE
17yeA H
i . e Los Angeles, Cal.-E. R. Davis I quite small, as only the last five
SKATERS MASQUERADE supports a family of fourteen on one months of the year were involved. The

_AND-- BAND CONCERT and one-quarter acres of ground in emigration of men to take part ]in
Next Wednesday evening at the spite of the fact that he has but one t the great conflict would not be a very
arm. I large factor for the, ame reason. TheCHICKEN
I rink there be skaters'
ivill a
-
masquerade
party and band concert. A grand Now in Full Swing-Bargain Sales Made Every Minute. Everything Going

1. prize will be given for the beet cos- .
d 1111111 1111111111111 I n i 11 ii 111 +* Regardless of Cost, or Profits
tuq ? couple, also individual prizes '
to the best costumed lady and gentle-
l ;,icy mantigjy/ masked skaters will be
allowed on the floor until 9:80: o'clock FEED dIvV'1
t. when prices will be awarded, after ALL DAY
I t 'which the skating will be general; '
t (, Much.interest Is I being taken In this $

affair I ,by the young people Of the city. """ "''o-.p- ..... V---- l _. Rti R
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G' '(F, -l'V I .., GRAHAM0'BEBBY. We grind bone for'Chicken/Feed TUESDAY and SATURDAY Last' Saturday and everyday "r
,. Friends here were very much surprised \ -
t- a by the marriage of Miss Rose >nly.' Make your hens lay by feeding them food rich ground bone. II I this week The Dollar
at O'Berry to Mr. B. A. Graham, which I
q S occurred last Fridav in Orlando ,' Limit Store was crowded to -

k? ; : while the the young fair.people Mr. were Graham there in attending a- 1 Fc Parlor Market Call Phone 44e / over-flowing with busy

trr i ; afternoon young Jacksonville following the man wedding and Friday cere- ++ HIIIIIMIIHM, > ! > *...... .' II' . I .1111. I' I I I M I I.... shoppers taking advantage

mony, the couple left fpr Jacksonville II of the many money-saving
f to reside. 4'c+ + ++++Ho-+:'+++++) The bride was one of the Onceola opportunities offered. They
w j 'a High school girls and popular in
very i. SAVING by
,. !\ her large circle of friends. She l is then I there money
Helps
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. : \ spending it at the greatest
: Berry of Campbell> station, i '
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bargain sale ever put on in
5; 1Z t MOTHERS'MCLUu MEETING. + { 1 1 Kissimmee.
? i The Mothers and Teacher4 Literaryand
Social club met in business session Those Sick
on last Friday afternoon, February KidneysHow If have not been here--Come now. You Lose '
you
1' ? ) 12, with Mr. S. L. Lupfer as hostess. -
5 Two new members were enrolled -
if miss this sale!
ed, Mrs. R. M. Evans and Mrs. A. M. Money you
N t Chlsholm. Much interest is being many times have you had your work, your sleep, or your
r manifested in the club and a cordial leisure hours interrupted by recurring pains in the region of the
b r 4'' invitation is extended to all mothers kidneys T .
and teachers to meet with the club SPECIAL HOUR SALES SATURDAY
next meeting, as there will be a literary Did you ever experience anything more
event and much good is to be unpleasant and annoying?

s 't gleaned- from a e.meeting. C .of this. nature.' Saturday morning we will put on sale 10 Suits of Hesvyribbed

fr _''.), You probably neglected it too-let yourself believe it wasn't At 8 30 Underwear for men. These suits are our regular 50 CENT VALUE.
serious-be oVer in a day or two. When the kidneys give you warn- : While they last they will
Here Is Good News ing of inability to perform their duty, assist/ them in every wayhelpthem IOC
W to get nd of poisons that are accumulating-waste matter they fo at (per larmeat------------------------------) .

: \ For Stomach Victims cannot throw off. Only One Suit to a 'Customer. ( ',

'S They are weak and need strengthening.. See that they are built At t 9:30 Saturday morning we will put on sale 36 Ladies' Uadervettt.
back to normal-and it won't be days until built :
up- many you are These Vests are our regular 15 CENT VALUE. CT

Some very remarkable results arebeing up, eager fault for work if and don't.enjoying your rest and leisure hours. It's r While they last they will go at--_______________________J COnly
k obtained stomach your own you
; .,, by treating Two
f r to a Customer.
r liver and intestinal troubles with pure

Ilia' t p vegetable oils which exert a cleansing AO aeed do is take Sale will continue all next week. New goods arriving on every train. It will all be sold at
,, dP and action yen
r lk, soothing purifying "CLEAN SWEEP" prices. I
upon the lower bowels, removing the
; obstructions of poisonous fecal matter Nyal's Stone Root CompoundThere's .-
Pea' "
and gases and preventing their absorption
MONDAY CANDY SPECIAL I :
(" by the blood. This done, the a wealth of wisdom in that assertion-this preparation r yw
j food is allowed free passage from the is one of the most prompt and effective preparations we have and ALL 20 CENT CANDIES '
jyri stomach fermentation ceases and C' :
i/b- (>f stomach,troubles quickly disappear. we are confident that it will Ho as represented. at (per pound----------------------------------------------------) .

+ ,' George H. Mayr, for twenty years Make us prove it. If we can't your.money refunded; 50c and ,,,:
\ a leading Chicago druggist cured $1.00 the bottle.Whatever P "
himself and many of his friends ofl SEE OUR WINDOW FOR OTHER MONDAY SPECIALS. '
Y a good store ought to have-and many things
intestinal troubles
'sr stomach, liver and drug
? ..i of yea,.' standing by the treatmentand that other drug stores don t keep-you'll find here. Come to us first MEN AND WOMEN'S FELT HATS."U Y

: I S. so successful was the remedy he and you'll get what you want. you are one of those who failed to get one of these nifty Felt Hats come in DOW '
Ik s devised that it has since been placed .
'" a in the hands of druggists all over the In Our Kodak DepartmentAnsco and select yours. New shipment!justDOLLAR / '

have .sold thousands of .pened, Wbil. they _______ C: .
,.ff'i country, who Cameras from $1 to $160' Ansco Films for Ansco Cameras, ------ ---------------------------- ,
..1" ''",. ',bottlesv"-v; also adapted and will fit all Eastman Kodaks.
;v ,: : 'Though absolutely harmless, the ef-
'" x k., ,t.ect.of the ,medicine II sufficient to We also do Developing and Finishing- '
". ',h I .) 'convince(anyone of'.'its J remarkable THE LIMIT STORE :; ,
''f.. '!'. 'effectiveness, and. within 24 hours the '
sufferer> feels like sv' new'' P.Msyr's *"*". < "
i t StoreQuick Home-'of S 10 and 25c Goods c. W. Persons I" "
'f# ' ; Wonderful Remedy sold by Palace Drug Company, Proprietor ,:
f t Ja ding cIruaiata .nl'J'WbeN with the :

t po th'. understanding < that your Delrrery: Tel phon. 41 Sus C. Ragsdale Prsaf )
without ; "r .
trill be refunded cues. : .
f money: .
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\ ,FEBRUARY, 19,; is .,., "' .THE'. KISSIMMEE" VAtL.El"CAZET.TIIo" ft TAG! T.iHnUSSIMMEE .
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VALLEY GAZETTE Ed :-FeweH:, a prominent cattleman: J., M.. Campbell ,. "who ''has been )lr. and U;". W J;'Porter and Mr. nee shipped'a car of '.1-17'January
..r- (T>l. Ia..e Ho.'!!.>' of'Rosalie, spent several 'days in,the j spending' the,winter, In Kissimmee as and Mrs.E.'A.Johnson, of Montieello 28,'which Is said to be theflrslr car of COLDS, ,& a4RIPPE
-- city this week.' III ,,were the tourists registered the -' 'F. F. Dutton Is !
among season.- an extern *' '
Published the of McPhatter
!: guest J. has been
Every Fdday.BF at the.Manhattan this.week. ,. sive; Ut S c of> a doaei8sBtwH; br4afc'
:W. B. Aetnm 04 '".A.Jf8 .R, H., Ludlam returned Thursday in Tallahassee on a business trip this Operator the celery deal and Is '
: AQHBW, from Georgia, where he baa been on week. 'E.- O.,Fntch, of Jacksonville, representing busy booking orders.'' .G. E Gill'is located any caw of ChUg & Fever C4d1j 'Ill''
business,trip. '..' where the ,Fidelity Mutual Life Inauranoe'Co. in loktng) after :; '&:,LaGrpp! : it ncti oa tho, rer .,
Sanford
........... .....*. .*..+. Jack,< are you going t the Ins
of has been Calomel
P. A.'Vana: Agnew. of Jacksonville Philadelphia, better than end does *Gf
aj To the Fair Play market of tOUT&An &ereeof the M.., O Cogglns.company lJ
Weather j } spent Friday afternoon.'*in town on. ', yon crazy.' No, dear wife you spending Patch is the week in Kissimmee. Mr. of Plttaburg. gripe. or sicken., 'Price 2 c.K' i
With .
I Report way to Tampa." want the best tM town affords. You ,will highly pleased our cityand ] - .* ...- J f"- , R!
probably his
move family
itat the Fair- .
market.
6. X get, Play I
Wynn, of Greensbure, here And make this his headquarters.Miss .
arrived Wednesday for a visit in this IIr.rand Mrs Edgar Bata and their' Lillian .
Following are daily ternperatures section of Florida. visitors. Mrs.Powell and Miss'Powell Brack and her little '
-
niece Irene .
Fielding, spent a few I '
and Where did get this delicious of Rolla Mo;' spent several day the
precipitation
as reported by Government, steak At the you Fair Play market 121Darlington j, first Gasparilla.of the week in Tampa attending days with their very pleasantly mother and at grandmother Narcoosee Don= be Misled!

station at Kissimmee for the avenue. I returning to TampaWednesday, ,
week Miss Irene Milliard and Mr. J. H. I Rev. Mr. Beatty of Davenport, Is where Hiss Brack is attending the t
ending February 18
: Billiard conducting protracted services at Tampa High schooL
Friday __ __ __75 60 of Hilliard's island spent Creek this week and
Shingle we understand You gQpd-values'.here '
in the :
Sunday
city. can get as
Saturday __ ___73 64 considerable interest is being SANFORD CELERY!: IN CARLOTS. ;

I,:' Sunday __ __ __77 67 Judge S. D. Decker of St. Cloud manifested elsewhere whether
as pay'cash:
was in the city this week, enroute to Sanford.-CelerT et moving car- you _
Monday __ __ __77 62 Tampa and return. Mrs. N. H. Morris returned Saturday I lots. The quality Is fair. There is

Tuesday __ __ __70 63 .70 If you want the best homemadecorn where she from went the to purchase eastern the markets spring,:' now a large acreage bleaching, prep-- or buy on credit and get the shoe;'.you'

a i Wednesday -- __71 64 .25 beef, steaks, sausage, ham or millinery and ladies' ready-to-wear until aratory this to year cutting the and bleaching shipping. Up call for. Great world this-full' of
process
.\ Thursday -- ___68 44 chickens, p'hone 245. for the LaMode shop. was done altogether with boards manufactured ,

i Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Morre and Mrs.J. Mrs. Tyson Reynolds and daughter, for this purpose but this shoe knowledge but .satisfaction,
" 410000.0..0..0.000.** E. Miller, of St. Cloud visited in Miss Rose 'and Mrs. Malinda Mc- has succeeded boards and
the city Wednesday.C. Veigh, who have been spending the is considered more desirable easier to
I II I I II I I I II II II 11111111 II winter here, left Monday for their handle and more effective. Growers guaranteed at theDuttonHarris
W. Dann and Mr. and
family, home ni Pennsylvania.An . declare that if care Is taken the same :
Mrs. H. E. Cole and Russell Cole
I i : THE LOCAL FIELD I spent Sunday in St. Cloud.M. auto party composed of Mr. and paper seasons.can be made The to celery answer movementwill for several Shoe Store
Mrs. C. H. Walker and Dr. and Mrs.R. :
I. substitute'mail in week and
Stout carrier start earnest next
C, Clarke and their chauffeur are
has been acting in Sam Lupfer's place here from Boston making a visit of there is every prospect of a successful i
during the latter's illness several days while touring the state. season if prices remain good. R. Dor-

J' Dann cuts the price. Mrs. Clarke of Tallahassee, is visit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark and Mr. .

Ask for Reed's label bread. ing in the city as the guest of her H. A, Hunter motored to Tampa Sat 000-00000000000000 0 00000000000000 to 0 0.000 0 to 00 0000....0000000N0000NN 9pa
Dann cuts the prices. daughter, Miss Louise Clark. urday for the Gasparilla festivitiesand ""
Mrs. J. A. Blackwell and Paul were guests at the Tampa Bay
Children's dresses 23c up at Dann's. Blackwell were St. Cloud people visit hotel during their stay. 'They returned ,. ., SAsk

Sheriff Ingram spent Monday in ing here the first of the week.S. Monday. J .

Tampa. J. Triplett of St. Cloud, was in Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Berry,
Try the Fair the city this wtek en route to Tampato a daughter. Since the O'Berry homein !
Play market. Its
fair its as attend the Gasparilla celebration. Whittier burned a few weeks ago '
as name. 1 Mrs. O'Berry has been with Mr. and "
For citrus trees see F. H. Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Parke Adair left Mon- Mrs. J. F. O'Berry of this city.H. .
next door day for their home in Clinton, S. C.,
to postofTice. 61-tf. after a visit with relatives here.G. . K. Ashmore of Artesia, S. D., l
We give coupons on the auto arrived this week for a visit in Kis- .
test at Dann's.J. con- L. Churchwell and family left Himme-a. Mr. Ashmore has visited
Monday for Lake City, where Mr.I here before and anticipates spending,
Stratton of St. Cloud was in Churchwell will engage in farming. several weeks here this trip.
on i I to .
SILVER '
the city Saturday.W. I PATTERN SPOON IN STERLING
Prof. R. B. Webb spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eckel, of Winne-
H. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers end in Tampa visiting homefolks and bago, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mar- see this ,
the tree people 40-tf taking in the Gasparilla festivities.Gus tin, of Philadelphia, and Dr. and Mrs.

Z. N. Parker, of Arcadia, spent Sun- Smith, manager of the Dutton- R. H. Riggs, of Kansas City, are Cole Jewelry Co. Next Door to Citizens Bank '

day visiting in the city. liHrns Co.'s Lakeland store spent thewt"el.end among the out-of-state guests regis .._ J;
with relatives in Kissimmee.Miss tered at the Manhattan this week.
Geo. A. Tucker, of Dade City, spent vF
Monday here on business. Mattie Bandy has returned M. I. Stout has just completed a 1 .
from market and is now opening handsome new residence on Oak
up
5 or 6 doses 666 will break ar.y case her spring stock of millinery. 9-lt street. Mr. Stout has done most of 141.f
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. the work himself and has used cypress
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Griffin of I lumber for both outside and inside
'e A. E. of
Foetney, St Cloud
spent .f
Tuesday in Kissimmee. New Smyrna, have been the guestsof finish. He expects to move in next
( relatives in Kissimmee this week. week. '.
W. G. Hankins made a business Mrs. R. H. Ludlam and Mrs. Harry Sunday i '
trip to Eau Gallie this week J. W. Platte left for his
Roberts are home again after visiting home in New Boston, 111., expectingto its
Mfc. and Mrs. E. Bates of Detroit, several days in Tampa during Gaspa- visit several points en route. The
wecslPWkM 4It visitors of the week. rilla. Platte and McFarland Fisheries here GILBERrSon

Cypress field boxes for sa!-? cheap. I Miss Eleanor Van Duzor returnedto are in charge of Mr. McFarland and
Osceola Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf her home in Orlando Sunday after! Mr. Platte goes north to look after
a visit with Miss Margie Belle their fishing interests there.
Miss Almenia Leitner spent the den.
weekendwith friends in Bartow. 'I Dr. Harriet E. Adams, who recently ,i i.

Reed's Home Bakery is clean and arrived in Kissimmee from Topeka '.__ ,- .': ;;.If.: : :;- -' :' _. .'- : '_ - .
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Ledbet- sanitary. You get only pure bread, Kan., is so well pleased with our
ter on Sunday February 14, a son. Dies and cakes when you call for city that she has decided to loca.te ,

You get bread that is bread. when Reed's.A. 'I sion.permanently Her and practice her profes on North Main Street will put on a j 4 '
card
buy Reed's label bread. professional appears -
you II. Moses and wife TCIrs. Kunn -
in another coli-inn of this issue.
A. H. Alford of Tallahassee, Will; and C. W. Green were a party of San- r

visiting friends in the city Tuesday. ford city. people spending Tuesday in the Paint Now :flG SALE' :

Ben W. Flood, of Frostproof, was in .
the city on a business trip Monday. J. H. Law and his sister Miss E. I ,
If
don'twait. ,
A. Law of Asheville, N. C., are stop- your property needs it;
Willie Nettles and M. H. Hunt, of ping at the Graystone hotel for some I
Rosalie, were Sunday visitors here. time. There are two pa its of a job; the, DAYS ONLY 6
49 paint and the work; the work is more I 6 ,
To save money is to make it. You Mrs Sam Jones, formerly Miss than the paint. :. .
can save money buying at Dann's. Corrie Miller, of Watertown is visit- The cost of paint is about two-

: Philadelphia people in the city this incr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. fifths; the work, three-fifths. Beginning Monday Feb. 2Z. [ r.dJi: !, ,:t:

4.; '. ,btu: week were Chas. Work and J. Kosnig. Miller. Paint Won't rome down in a hurry; l t ..

i(,;,, ; 'J': J. L. Wilcox of Rosalie was among Mr. and Mrs. An Terrell, of Iowa, too-many Men are jobs waiting put-off.for. $2 or $3 they OUR NEW,SPRING GOODS IS NOW_ COMING IN. WE'NEF, 'fooM:' wi. ','J I ;.:: ,:
'l'' spending several days in the city ;
'lee are
the visitors here early the week. WE HAVE USED,THE 'f."
and are delighted with our splendidclimate. don't know it; they' think) they are HAVE GOT TO REDUCE OUR STOCK. edNltE ON EVERY' ,: "
BIG AUCTION: SALE waiting for $20 or $25.; ARTICLE IN THIS NORTH MAIN STREET PEPARTMENT yfiaUL WE HAVE

Of Georgia and Tennessee horses and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Goodrich and Why don't men use their EVOE.heads? SLICED OFF ALL OUR PROFITS-WHAT WE LOSE, It 0 USA V E I DON'T t .

mules stables in Orlando at J. B.Fehruarv Magrudrr 24, ?Miss Lila M.\ Goodrich, of Bangor Me., W. B. Malinson & Co. sell it. FAIL TO COME MONDAY. BE SURE TO COME' TUESDAY AND EVERY DAY } '
Jr., ,
Wednesday arrived this week for a visit of sev- WHILE THE SALE LASTS. LOOK AT THESE PRICES. AND THEN BE
PREPARED
at 12:30: p. m. L. E. Bates will arrive
in the city Friday morning February eral weeks.A. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. TO COME TO THIS BIG BARGAIN SALE AND SAVE MONEY.

19, with two carloads of fine B. Hunter, Lebley Duglow and I
horses and mules. The horses consist Hunter Dillard were among/ the visi- FOIL MAUWHAI' Al\l. TAXrOII.KCTOH. PRICES SLICED NEARLY IN HALF

of heavy draft horses farm I torattending the Gasparilla early in Tn announcing myself a candidate be-I .
horses matched teams, fancy drivers the week. i fore the city. democratic white
horses. nry, for the office of marshal and tax
saddlers and
general purpose I Miss Marie O'Berry accompanied collector of KtBflfmm, I dealre 15c
a consist of matched teams, and / to Baythat ALL 25c RATINES______ 35
Mules liy Mrs. Moseley, of St. Cloud, were in If 'do/ will nil the positionwithout ALL SOc WOOL GOODS. C .
single mules weighing 1,000 to 1'iOO I fear faor towards any
in the
Tampa early week attending
claaa of citizens and will uphold the '
Several of these mules are 35
right pounds.out of hard work, are a little Ga>iparllla. law 4-tf In every OKOROB Instance.W OVERT TREET. ALL SOc RATINES_____ C ALL 85c WOOL GOODS.. 59 C " _

thin in eth. but all are good rugged Mrs. II. H. Huff is in Tampa for a .

workers, any one wanting good stock two'weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. FOR MA YOR.- ALL 75c RATINES_______ 49 c ALL $1.00 WOOL GOODS 79 C '
this sale where will Huff went down for the week-end,
should attend you returning I hereby announce myself .a a candidate -
." have a chance to buy any kind of Monday. for re-election to the office of 18c35c '
horse or mule you want. Anyone mayor of the city of Klaslmniee, subject ALL 25c CREPES____ ALL 2Sc RIPPLELETS. 1 5 C ,:
Mr. II. W. lllman, of Washington, to the action, of the democratic .
wishing to buy at private sale or who, with his wife, is spending the white primary4tf. 1,000 YDS. 25-IN. SHEET.
exchange can do so any time before winter in !St. Cloud, visited in Kis- H. R. MAY. ALL SOc CREPESnh___ ING TO GO AT----------- C' '
the auction. Sale starts Wednesday simmee Wednesday.
February 24, when every remaining FOR .MAHKI1AI.I. AM TAX -
horse and mule will be sold to the Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Goodnough of C'O I.LF CTOIt. 6c
highest bidder, regardless of what New York state, are in Kissimmee fora I hereby announce myself as a can- 1,000 YDS. 8C GINGHAM (Fast Color)_____________ yjMEN'S
didate for re-flcctlon to the office of
they cost. Don't forget the date; sale two months' visit and are stoppingat marshal and tax collector of Kissimmee WINTERUNDERSHIRTS
positive rain or shine. 308 East Park street. subject to the action of the democratic 39 LADIES' WINTER' .
white. primary If again honored EACH.MEN'S ___. C DRAWERS EACH____ 3 9 C '
Mrs. G. B. Woodall of Shingle Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman and family, with theoffice I will do In the
Creek is in the city shopping today. who have been spending the winterin future as In the past. perform, theduties WINTER 39 LADIES' WINTER

Just arrived, new line of men's Kissimmee left this week for their of my and ability.obey the laws to the best DRAWERS, EACH____. C SHIRTS EACH_______ 39 C 4
store. home in Huntington, Ind. .-t* FLOYD TISON.
Dann's
neckwear. Department
Dr. W. F. McMurry, secretary of FOR ('IT' ('OI'N'II.MAN., SEVERAL DOZEN MEN'S 25c RIBBED SHIRTS 10 CENTS
of was I
E. F. Hilton, Loughman ,
I the board of extension of the Southern I I hereby announce my candidacy for
.' transacting business in the city Mon- I Methodist church was 'in the city re-election as city councilman ,
J.V THOMPSON.FOH I .
.!!. day. Monday. In company wit!)) several

';*, Mrs. E. L. Chapman, of Loughman, members of the board of stewards Dr. CITY (- last Satur- visited handsome hereby announce candidate
was in the city shopping McMurry our new J myself a -
Methodist church and secured other for re-election as city councilmanand g
day. solicit the support of the voters at COMFORTS 91.25 BLANKETS 91.50
,7 ,
':{i-1- ,4. Watch LaMode windows for latest data. concerning the church propertyhere. the approaching J.primary D. 'OODBECK.oooooooo VALUE ATCOMFORTS_____________ 98 C VALUE AT.__--__ $ 1 19

':,;;<., In millinery, ready to wear and novelties $1.50 BLANKETS $1.75 Sy'

.. oooooooo oooooo o o oooooo VAI.UE ATCOMFORTS_________ $1.19 VALUE AT.______. $ 1 .49 : ;i

, 'f.< Mrs. Fred her Bass has returned in Jackson from WE SELL FOR LESS---CASH IS KING $1.75 $1 49 BLANKETS, %.00
a visit with parents ; $1 69
VALUE AT___.
.",' VALUE ATBLANKETS. ______ i


''y,;(, ville.Jss Marion, where Laddy she left has Monday accepted for a SOMETHING NEW BLANKETS VALUE AT, 91.25_______ 98c VALUE ATI .--$2.75______. $2.39W "

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;;o 4t-, ... Orpha Rose, Ruby Barnhill INMEN'S I SHOES 25 PER CENT OFF : r
"r' -and Ruby. Asbury spent Saturday in ,..
}{ Orlando. SHOES ,


wa Mrs.* visiting Lillie in McClellan the city, the of Rosalie first of YOU MUST NOT MISS THIS SALE! You Can't Affordto ?G

the week. Just arrived. Known as Meat's EarHik Toe, come ill Gun Metal Miss it! Come Monday! Come Every Day q'
f Reed's. label bread is pure, healthy ,...... '
and ia aD sixes. Ask to
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Ask for it. Accept /f
nourishing. /
sand only,4 5 J
;," \rbO other. $5.00 value Oar price e VJ

'r''" ....". -,Lawrence: Tress was in Tampa early RUSSIAN TAN-Wt ale .... the above Skeet ia Ike same style, Phone 4 11111 ,;.!. ,;

In the week attending the GaspariUaif ...Ia taL It will cost jre. 9/150 elsewkere. yf */\/\' A'S GILBERT 1 ". "I r. '\
$
: ' festivities ; ; FamOy: Ske Stere prks.. '*<.VJLF, 35 Street: .< ,
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rThe'1FamiIy ....
1 .. Lottie Lawler spent . .., 1 _.' I
; .Misses and 'T '
Lola .- -
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'jI. .. 'thT weekend In' Tampa attending Shoe Store I ( ""< '. A- '
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Gasparilla. < r I .. i n .- .i

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I If : )... u... ''The second tint, to kilL Brace money-1 hay of. 1117:'OWD.-' But ,w* ,Ahmed "called' to him weary, .men.Ml raced against this Jack'o.r feeling, for the,:cage. ,;At thought of .th, '

j ", "I T'h'' : e'I baa right Idea; *o let us get busy. know him too well., He'will torture Idea wju to Ml the elephant saddle It robbed him of half his pleasure .He colonel and his daughter rushed i to ... I

r I ,"'*i Orar.there, where that boulder ... The u* altr tiagS With the gold and Stone. laY 'liked his Tlctlms to whine'
: ground will be damp and soft under It. "I have gon* through touch; I can It m"trust with Bala\ Khan, who ahould and' beg for mercy. ,. outstde,, slamming the Iron .door,' upon .

,: ) A4yitures' and when we toll It back there will beno go through more." calmly replied In truth thiS time take his tulwar down Like many rich Asiatics. TTmballa which the Infuriated tI, ers flung them.elve i
: of its having been disturbed. I Kathlyn. HUnt shall H. hU had his own menagerie H. had Inherited : I
,- t I sign never wear a from the walL. divided men, on *. ;
; :- .1 : : used to .cacbe ammunition that way. precious atone again If I live. I abhor ,company to guard t and tho other .to It along with the deml-palac A week later> Kathlyn. WtJuaI.: .'theJao'' ,. If,;:

Give me that spads." them!" labor. It took halt an hour to push when the klnge sister.died, several father and limos, accompanied by the :\ ;

- "(J ,: ()t: "KathI' It wa* good to Kathlyn' ears to hear' "I am my fathers daughter. "ald bull Lbs boulder and die up the baket. years before. There existed what wa I faithful'Ahmed, reached the coast and<< "

yn, her father talk Uk. thl*. Winnie. .' After this wa don 'Bruce and called the Court of Death. There were I I let sail for their beloved California' .',,,

_1",....,_. ... :. ".' " . ",.'" ,At a depth of thr. feet the basket "Put the howdah* on the two elephants. Ramabal and Ahmed the Indefatigable four sides to this court and In the The parting "with Ramsbal and Pun',

4 '. was lowered. covered and the boulder ." Umballa; ordered. carried the ,gold and precious atone center ofeach aid were ba.... and be- dita. the real queen of Allaha. who at'I"

F t" . "I lI" rolled Into place. After that the cblo- i The men obeyed clumsily, being fishermen to the especially'made saddlebags. All bind these bars tigers or leopard or last had com. Into her own; was a *a4 .I"; -

% HAROLD) MACGRATH Del stooped and combed the turf where by occupation and mahout by told. it took fully an hour to completethe lions or 'wild boar-whatever pleased one. Kathlyn and her friends?bad ..

; :: .\. '- ". 'i' the boulder had temporarily rested. compulsion. work. the owners fancy. Many a royal battle come to respect the devotion and' toy- ''' ;

: ': ) He showed his wonderful woodcraft Kathlyn tried in vain to see when With water and food and well had been waae: &In this court sometimes alty of this couple who. had shared .i' HI

there. It would take a keener eye than they were taking Bruce and the other armed they began the Jdbrney backto between tigers or a tiger and a I I with them ao many trials and hard1: '.

1' Umballa possessed to not. any disturb Some day, if she lived she was goingto' Allaha a formidable cortege and lion a leopard and a boar. ships. .. ,;,,,
I, ; The safety of the treasure ultimately devote a whole day to weeping for In C S a. e I'!
ance. In no tender mood. They proceeded Umballa after hi. bath asked If the ,<
% K1 l11 ujfrt.db Ptciorti" the had time to in this land. The The newspaper man to whom -
> from however depended upon she never forced marches, snatching what sleep old boar was still alive. The heaven- young

: '> ,t /j'' HH Hovinf Ftctm! PtoAmOoprrlgM loyalty of the keepers under Ahmed thought caused her to smile, despiteher they could during the preparation ot born was told that the animal had died Winnie was engaged: and the grlsiledAhmed \

: I ""' \ "ths3dscqp.Co. They had been with the colonel for despair. Of adventure and suffering the meals. In the cage a few days ago. Umballa sat on the steps of the bungalow ,<

_ Vj years; yet . The colonel shrugged and hardship she had had more Many a time the Impulse came to shrugged. He had had In mind a fight in California one pleasant after "',

!j He had to trust them; that was all than her share since coming to this benighted Bruce to pluck the shining metal and between the boar and a leopard to noon. The pipe was cold in the hand '

"' J there was to the matter. Here was a country. If she ever escaped sparkling stones from the saddlebags start his circulation as It were. of the reporter and Ahmed's cigar warn ..

'- 'I( ( br Harold MeC.....) treasure that might well test the hon. sho would be content to settle downto and toss them out Into the Jungle, to He ordered his prisoners to be I dead. which.always happens when one

'- -' .- SYNOPSIS. esty of any man. No one could foretell the quiet humdrum of ordinary exIstence be lost till the crack of doom. There brought Into the Court of Death and recounts an exciting tale and another ,

whether the loyalty of his keepers for mn'y months. were also moments when he felt nothing listens. Among the flower beds beyond \

) I f CHAPTER I-Kathlrn Har*. b1l.vtn* would stand up against; a temptation When the elephants were properly but hatred toward the father of the left there. Meditation was round excellent the two young women wandered.
for the end. A ran
.. 1..r father. CoL liar. In peril. has nimSnontd -, such as this. lint there was no Raddled with lie howdahs Umballa girl he loved. For those trinkets Kath parapet followed by a young man In pongee a., -
- leave. her horns In California and from there Umballa couldsee
b.r. alternative he must trust them. Kahili ntt'-ntlon to t the prisoners. Ho court hand-.
to Co to him In Allha India, UmbalU. lyn had gone through tortures as below. His victims entered Panama set carelessly upon bill
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<\ refander to tn. thron. ha. Imprisoneda : A sentinel came rushing up-one of hailed I them Jovially. They were old frightful almost as those In the daysof everything some bead his face brown hi* build
_ _ colonel, named by"tbe Imte king tut hieV the court without struggling.
the keepers frleiKlB What could lie do for them?
the Inquisition. Upon one thing he slender but round and muscular
"Something Is stampeding the elephants "C'omlurt us to the seaport" said the They merely stood closely together In *
and Ahmed had agreed dvnplte Rama. "And that sahib Is the. story, ;
,\ CHAPTER H-Arrtvln- Allah Rath- I > !" ho cried.Ahmed (colonel "und on my word of honor I bill's\ wild protest they would leave the center. sighed Ahmed." ,
yn I. Informed by Umballa that h.r "You ?" said Umballa. "Now
:)I father being dead ehe U to be quern and I and the men with him rushed will tell you where wo have hidden the the treasure with Haiti Khan and follow see "And Kathlyn gave the treasure g'.
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/ ftnuet marry htm. Bhe refueea and t. Inforned ofT I In Ahmed's opinion, considering treasure." where have you hidden the treasure **
"", his army to the walls of Allaha. If to the poor of Allaha? That was fine.
by the prI.ata that no woman CUD of thecages
Kathlyn) walked over to one .
unmarried. She la ffiven aeven dJLy I what lay before them eleph.'ints I t *, pro "Ho1" Jeered Umballa. arms akimbo harm befell\ any of their/ loved ones "You have said." -
Cle It ov.r. II I I colored iii ones 'I'd be fool to hr>nd Into mich and peered into It. A sleek
more Important I than u put my I not one stone should remain upon an'// "They should have hanged this Um-
: : I CHAPTER III-She Mil refueei-* and yellow metal! Without thn elephants It (traIt' I love ypu too ..II. Yet I am other. And Hruce declared, that he I tiger trotted up to the bars and purred balla "

? o told that she muet undergo two .ndJ. they would I, I Indeed 1 find themselves not wholly without heart Tell mo would seek I'mballa to tho ends of the and Imlled her to scratch his head "No sahib Death Is grateful. It.*
........ If abs urvlvea .h. will how.
with wild .She did not acrept the invitation
I. permltt.d to rule. In sore straits. where It lies and I will let you />::0. I earth for the infinite pleasure of taking not a punishment; It is peace. But

CHAPTER IV-John Dru.... an Ajnerlnen 1..t us move away from here" ad "('ut our throats at once you bennt, : his black throat in his two hands ever knowing' the species tolerably death Durga Rain called Umballa will spend

_ _ fr .cave her life.i I vised Hruce picking. up the Implements for none of us will tell you under nny and squeezing the life out of It. well \ ''1II0Ily these courts of the remainder of his day. in the treadmill

,-- - i CHAPTER V-The elephant which car- I and shouldering them He conditions save those I have named Kventuully':; and without mishap they had solid steel doors which could be which Is a concrete hell not abstruct. -
: He* her from the ecene. of her trlale rune walked several yards away tossed Men" the colonel continued, "this man came to the walled city of the desert drawn up) or lowered at will. The animal Always round his ankles the *

-M- away reel of.the separating-party. her from Hruoe and th. shovel and pick, Into tho bushes, tore Is an Ingrate a thief and a murderer Hala Khan's stronghold. Hala Khan of dens were more like cages. will be Iron the galls of the night

., at the turf and stamped on it giving Ho has promised you much gold for With no little curiosity she noted a
4 I CHAPTER VI-She take refure In a necessity was always ready always chains. Always his wrists shall be.
ruined tempi. but thl. haven I. the abode It every appearance of having been dis your part In this. Hut j In the end he prepared. Before night of the day of singular arrangement of the three central bruised and torn; for sometimes he
.C a lion and ah. 1* forced to Bee from It. bars The removal of these three
turbed The colonel nodded approvIng. will cheat and destroy
you you. their arrival an army wan gathered will lose his step and hang by big
t I CHAPTER VII-ehe nnde a retreat lathe Ily. It was a good point and he bad Umballa laughed. "They have already within the city fierce eyed lean bars left an opening sufficiently wide wrists. So much for ingratitude;
- fail Into the aq
jungle. only to bands of
for the of the largest tiger or
_ _ Mays trad..... overlooked It. had their earnest. Boon they Joined men who asked nothing better I egress much for the blindness of revenge."

; .; CHAPTER VIII-Kathlyn U brought to They retusned hastily to camp, will have more. But talk with them than to go to paradise, where they had lion. "Do you think England will ere*
f a th. publlo mart In Allaha and eold to which was about two hundred yards -plead. urge, promise. No more questions but to select what hour they would "I am not answered said Umballa step In roo"Pel'hapl.
UmbeJle. who. finding her etlll IneubaalMlv -
3 A click resounded from the four
*, throws her Into th dungeon with beyond the boulder. Kathlyn entered ? Well. then listen. Reveal to and be happy eternally. For Bala But so long as Pundits '

,. her tent to change her clothes ragged me the treasure and you may go free.If Khan's army was wholly Mohammedan sides and a bar disappeared from each rules Justly, BO long as her consort

I CHAPTER DC-CJb* I* roud by Brno soiled and burnt. The odor of wet you refuse I shall take you back to ; and so long since was It they had of the cages abets her. England will not move Perhaps '
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aaA big friend burnt cloth is never agreeable. An4 Allaha-not publicly, but secretly fought that they romped toward Al "That v> 111 be all for the present If one of them dies. . .

I CHAPTER X-Colon*! Hare aUo I. is.I .- ehe needed dry shoes even If therewas there to Inflict what punishments I see laha with the spirit and effervescence said Umballa. "Food and water you There! the maids are calling And
I ....s. Umballa, with eoldlere. etart In but hour two before bed- will not require Tomorrow morning you.
.vreult. Kathlyn I* truok by a bullet. an or lit of puppies. I will go and brew the Colonel Sahlb'l
? CHAPTER XI-The fugitive are given time. "I have nothing more to say," replied Ramabal sat In his howdah sad another bar will be removed. tea."

shelter In the paleoe of Bala Khan. Only one elephant had succeeded in the colonel. and dispirited. He himself bad always And he left them. TUB END.

bolting. In some manner he had "No And thou white /goddess been an honorable man had Overhead the blue sky was growing
CHAPTER XIt-8uppU.d by oamebi by
loosened his peg; but wbat had started stared over his head her bluer and the shadows In the Court ol
I the*noepl table I prtnoe they eiart for Ui.oo.a Kathlyn never acted treacherously to any. had
but are captured by brigand. Umballa him on the run they never learned. face expressionless. It stirred him banker but Death a deeper black.
In
been a never a usurer.
Journey to the lair of the ban-
41t make th* 1 and ,The other elephants were swaying uneasily more than outspoken contempt would his heart he knew that he still held Early the next morning the town
t ... .... Bruce and : b.lyD.kfr.:3.DU. bave done. began to seethe In the squares. Bala 5''
the love of his people: but they dweltIn 1-
'J CHAPTER XIII-Th* bendlte. quarrel but their pegs were deep and of Khan' army lay encamped outside the
." ever the money paid them by Umballa their chains stout. Ahmed and the "And you. pretty one?" Umballa the shadow superstition. city! Those who possessed treasures

-:' 1 J and Bruo during ecp the and contualon return to Kathlyn Allah. They and keepers went after the truant on foot. eyed Winnie tpeculatlvely. "Hala Khan, we have been friends dug pits for them in the cellars ol .MouldingPickets.

concoct a pi... to rescue the coloneL The noise of tho chase died away. Winnie drew closer to her sister but and my father was' your good friend. their houses. Within the great temple .

t ? I CHAPTER XIV-Th. colonel U nomlIn Bruce was lighting his pipe The colonel that was all. "It Is true." there was a flutter among the robed Jf .. --
.e malty kin. but n.lly a prl.on..r. It I. was examining by the firelight a "So be it. Allaha It shall be. with ?
.rTangad to ftnd a brld. fur hIm. Kath.j "Will you do a favor for the son? ones. What could they do They
"j ...n. &cae.. to the plce In dl..1 .- few emeralds which he had taken from out a meddling Ramabal; back to the "Yl's. If the Colonel Sahib and his knew not where the white goddesswas
.. and her r.U. 1'1&11. are Iucce.d- the basket. Ramabal who love !" lie
was pleasantly gurus you so dropped
when the trea.ury leopard. escape daughter live. If they are dead woeto nor Umballa. They dispatched
throwing th* court: Into.. _confuaIon. gazing- at bis wife. Kathlyn and Win his banter. "You call me a murderer. your people son of my friend! I peace messenger to the camp. but the
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ebal and Bruo rou K.th&I1d hr yell greeted their astonished ears. was always throwing his benefits Into I have made a threat before my men had passed the outposts.When .

,I S.llahs father_ and tb* party steals away from The camp was surrounded. From one my face. who brought me up not as a and must fulfil It If I would hold them Kruce, Kamabal Pundita and

CHAPTER XVI-Th. colonel bears that side came Umballa from the other companion but as a plaything. He Is hereafter. If the Colonel Sahib and Ahmed halted their elephants before

: !rat iiit*;-,arrlv younger la Allana.d.u.bt..L.The Wlnnl party. Journey ls about* came the mutineers. Kathlyn and dead. I slew him. After the first his daughter live. ask what you will." the temple they were greeted by the o

.I jtiaok to Allaha. Wlnnl arrlv* before Winnie flew to their father's side. In what are two or three more crimes of Ramabal bowed. now terrified priests who begged to beInformed

: toeS Sny her do and by Umballa.walk Into'Wlnnl th. trap im prepared crowned between came Umballa with Bruce this order He snapped his fingers."I "1 will set my camp five miles beyond what, Data Khan proposed to. OUR PICKETS ARE OUTon

.u.... Ji.&tbIYD..d hr father attend InUuuia and Ramabal and Pundita effectually want that treasure and you will tell your walls and wait. When I "Deliver to us the memsahlb." the best fences In town because '

... ,te tb* *Uirind and m.girl.... tblr preeeno* known separated. Umballa and his men me where it is before I am done with see the memsahlb I will salaam turn The priests swore by all their gods hey look: best and wear best fa'v:;'

r closed in upon the colonel and his you. You will tell me on your knees rlgljt about face and go home. Now, that they knew nothing of her.' fact this applies to all our Lumber ;* !
: CHAPTER XVII-Kathlm. la dlsruls*. daughter. Treasure and revenge! gladly 1 Now. I There "
( mln. admission to Winnie'* room. but .. men is a long to you Bruce Sahib: Leave not your "He speaks the truth volunteered and ''-
-. .' 'Uaoovred by UlObal... who orders that Bruce made a furious effort to join journey befor( .." treasure within my walls when I shall Ramabal aa the chief priest fell before '
aha b. offered .. a .aaorlflo to the god Kathlyn, but the numbers against him The colonel, Kathlyn and Winnie o'e t absent for I cannot guarantee pro- one of his gods. "Umballa has BUILJnJVa; MATEIUAIiTo

-g- t.Juggernaut ad hla friends.eh*' Is roud by the colored. were forced Into one bowdah while I tection. Leave It where It is and bringit doubtless entered secretly." bay anything in these line

: .: )CHAPTER Xmi-Kathlyn. Umballa mounted the other. As for I, wii7i )'OU Save myself, no one of "What would you advise? For God'i without obtaining our price will

I- 1. ,.- N! ." animal; trainer, take. part In disguised a pub- the quasl-mahouts they were not par I my men knows what your suddleba&s sake, think of something Ramabal! mean not only a loss In money buta
lla exhibition, reveal her identity to the ticularly happy behind lilt! ears of tlyi contain Let us proceed upon our lie may &w torturing thsm'"Let loss in the quality as well to you
peopla and .
rescues bar ..tar.i' Any good carpenter will| endorse this
elephants who with that keen appreciation junket-or our war!" us enter the temple," said Ra
-' father CHAWER: XlX-Katblyn. Winnie! their of their kind understood Instinctively S e C e e S C mabal. "Ahmed bring the treasure I
and Bruce rind a hiding place Ins
-- -, th.. < mVf.Rl"n'bV-. '.tt.r-s wlf. that they had to do with 'mhalla reached the ancient gate of and leave It In the care" the priests."
'I Md..n41t.public. ... queen of ....1Ie.h... novices. Hut for the promise of gold Allaha at the same time Bruce stopped A few moments later Ramabal addressed Lumber
eentiment In her favor I. May Co.
i1 i ....wlnT. Tb. people at last weary of that dangled before their eyes threatsof before the walls of Data Khan's city. the assemblage. "Data Khan

t t .tDjbballa's....tIt Ramabal misrule at {heir rise head against and Bruc.him. violent death could not have forced He pulled the curtains of the. howdah Is hostile but only for tbe sake crt his II. R. May, Manager
I And the colonel fighting under him. The these men upon the elephants and threatened death If they called out- friends. He lay. down this law. how _

3 . S at drat are defeated, but Kathlyn's They started east and the Jungle From time to time he gave directions ever-obey .It or disobey W: The Colonel Phone 21 KlM lmn.e II'I*.
; appearance Inspire them and the '
c l-- { In their favor. closed In behind them. to the weary men astride. the elephant's Sahib and his daughters are to go 1 '
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'ii, As for Umbulla he cared not what neck The thought of (old wa free to do what they please with the

% .'" and<5aA-UTER Kathlyn: XX-Tke seeks safety arena." In!Uonj a deserted escape I became of the othvr prisoners. I not us tempting as It had been. There treasure. Pundita. according to tbe

z 11 ,A* C_ Bh. I* discovered by Umballa They were being held captive In one was fear In his heart. This false holy will of the late king shall be crowned. .
_ r ...... is fleeing with the rebels. Mad for huts. The chief had I Obey disobey. I warn that
of the or you
-.*", irTTtrrfh* sets are to the house.. village one was" or had been the most powerful IfYOUAre '
Ar., pleaded In vain. lie was\ dlshonored.j man In all Allaha. Here be would these are not my dictates but BaJa
CHAPTER XXI from that
.._1 ,*"' danger poison next-Escaping threatens: but a for they had made him be among friends And the man who Khan's."
*_-' *. Mrvaot saortnc himself and saves KsthXX to the white people. So be it. Sooneror had but recently been a peaceful nsb- "Peace. peace!" The cry rose- frnr:
:: fC. -. .aatatial has long suspected that I later the of would leave all direction from the priests
>tD ral l< die a* an- I glitter gold erman felt Intermittent hot flashes'' even
fthdlho"I o't'
pounced. o Bruce I' # their eyes and they would come to about his throat. themselves. THINKING OF BUILDING A
I 11 flnds the king where he bad him and for TTmhalla The high priest held his band foe
Ken SprUoned by VmbJla and e.- beg pardon. had no Intention whatever up
t_ cons him to the pa aoL Moonlight. The village slept. Two of making his presence known In Alla silence. "We obey on one condition HOUSE OP ANY KIND, LET

r J CHAPTER XXII Dmballa snskc fishermen sat before the hut confiningthe I I ha. lie determined to wring the secret that the new queen shall in no uannei ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I .
bs.ck to the city. and. with the as.l.tano .- prisoners, on guard. An elephant! from either the colonel or -hi* interfere with her old religion nor attempt

7It t *old of a kingit woman of Is tt arranged,. harem to murdor have I squealed in the distance. Got of the daughter return 'for the treasure and to force her new religion intc

.4 the Pundlta crowned Queen. but Umballaeour shadow a sleek leopard then another I depart for Fgypt: down the Persian the temple." AM PREPARED TO FUU-

;-- '4 ," .turn *.to the the upport palace of with the absolute priesthood power r- The guard Junip *
J and mprtsons Kathlyn Winnie. Hare and scrambled away for dear life to the I tives on tho way but he was oriental; ,"UamabaU soldiers! To the house

Bruce. ,,. nearest hut crying!: the alurin., Hruce he wanted to feel all the luxuries he of Umballit! We shall find them MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM
4 ,,
I crownsd CHAPTER quwi.XXIII I'mballa's-Kothlyn cconpllc I. again* -.4.4'p opened, the, door. w nlch had no lock had formerly known to enjoy himself there!" cried Ahmed. PRICES. S .-

oonfesses and the vllluln IB sent to the and peered fort h. It was natural" that'' physically as well as mentally. He Umballa squatted upon bill cushions

r .? treadmill. The containing late kIng li.m-nse leavee treasure a tiltA the leopards should give their Immedl-] missed the exhilaration of his king's on the terrace. The second bar ,had ."....

: .To .Kalhl\'n. They "tart* out to flnd It.irt ate attention to the two men In flight. | peg." been removed. The beasts were pressing
it lUcy. l '.ve the city Umballa I. re- their wet muzzles to the openingsand :
_ the prle.ts with the promise ofuUlmate Bruce realizing; what hud He made a wide detour and came W.H.ARNOLDContractor "
_.aard by hal'.nl'd'i
I. . freedom. If he secure the trea- called softly to Ramabui and ; out at the rear of his house. No one growling deep challenges.

I 'k ure. and tha three of them stole out Into I was In sight. Ire dismounted and entered "Once more, and for the last time '

: CHAPTER XXIV TJmballa outsrlpsXathlyn the night, toward the camp. Hruce did found three or four of his whil will you reveal the hiding place of the and Builder, i
In the race for ,
friends
her
I' ", and. not expect to find anyone there. What I om slaves, who when ho revealed his treasurerNot ;
; _; _I th. tr..ure.CtrAPTER he wanted, was to arm himself and to Identity felt ths old terror and fear a word from the prisoners.. If KISSIMMEE, FLA. .,( ,
XXV-Umballa buries the they told or did not tell it would have j
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-'t treasure but It .discovered i by Kathlyn examine the boulder. I ef the man. His prisoner were broughtIn. I 124 Sumner St. Phone 268. .
and her party. Meantime Ahmed returned with the A slave took the elephants to the I made no difference with the man, ,

. CHAPTER XXVI-The treasure Is dlsrlhutedW truant elephant. to find nothing but disorder -I stables. He wanted to run away and I above. He was drunk. )
; the poor of Allaha. UmbaJ- Ramabal Drinks to HI. White Friend. and evidences of a struggle. A declare Urn bolla'. presence, but fear "The third bar!" .

I i/ 1 J For the ttrst time since the expJ*>- tent was overturned the long grass was tpo strong. I But it did not stir. .. ,:
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done
all
It so
.t I Ition started out the colonel became were too many. was and all due trampled, and the colonel' solatopeehat \ Ironically Umballa bade the Osh.rI I "The third bar; remove IU"! I -_ .

-1 normal a man' of action cool In the suddenly and effectually had lay crumpled near Kathtyn's tent. men to enter to eat and drink what' The slave 'Who had charge of the

a head and foresfghted. The hardships to their own u rclessnt"l! They "Al alt"! he walled. But being a they liked Later he found them In a mechanism which operated the bars
realized the resourcefulnessand
; not
; : of his Incarceration the many dangers fully devilish Ingenuity of the arch villain philosopher his walling was of short dranken stupor In the kitchen. That refused to act. Perhaps his refusal C.W.GRIFFINStaple JI

..fthrough(' which he had passed and the Umballa. He had caught them duration. He ran to the boulder and was where they belonged. saved the lives of the colonel and his ;
,
'. i oontant worry over his daughter bad examined It carefully. It bad not been Umballa Cut'hI. prisoners Into the daughters. The bastinado/ was or-
again
\ off their guard and they were and Fancy "- .iI
.' I I ,x. )*d their effect upon hi. mental and apparently In his power. What new touched. That was well. At least that secret chamber. Then he gave himself dered for the poor disobedient wretch. .

!' .:. tt!{ \ pttyalcal' teln Heretofore he had form of cruelty were they now to be meant that hi. sahib and memsahlb' up to the luxury of a hath had his : Then he was thrown out Into the

t ;-,i., :1}\ '. )esn content to let other lead and subjected toT lived. Treasure! He'spat out a curs hair and heard combed, hi* body street GROCERIES <

.'t' blindly follow apparently hoping little -Kit," said her father "our only . and threw his rifle to his shoulder. anointed with perfumes., and Put on his And there Bruce found him and '. ,.

'. 'r ultimate nceeM and freedom. Now chance la to refuse to discover to Umballa But his rage turned to Joy a* ha-dl* finest.raiment. Then he drank his peg.: learned what wa toward.Th ,

,, h l -1svs.. the colonel ot.*lcl. tbe Intrepid where we have hidden the bas covered who the arrival ..,'.,.." Aa for his prisoners be 'did. not tiItthom' event which followed were of :i'j

_ '/:'; {t..\ ,.} mud, resourceful maa.wbQCs. 4Jun04 ket. Winnie. If you OpeD,four Up It "Bruce Sahib" again that day nor yt that' breathless rapidity. Ramabal and TJnv Free Delivery to all Parts. ,
i' M hw Un expe- *' ""Tea Ahmed. Umballa cot the best of bells tnet the parapet In a *trngI '" I
;(\: bad toliow d. thAan7, will be death-your*. Kit *, mine. To bight The initial torture suapens upon itbe1ltj : +
_ .i- ( { .:.,'i. v---- ';; .... ,- have been carales like this! 0,Kit. ODJI.GDAr. ot u*. We were tricked by the truantelanhan.t i '.wa.' always"excellent.. One-thing maoyd -, .'( .which promised death or the tread- .>0 C" .. .._; ....

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X HERE IS A SpRAYING r((1OSCEOIA FLORIDA New 'YorkFIorida''ftK'ltabi.'VEGKTABLES' IN X T. $4, bat some this- .tadi'DrMgln is exceptional.&'a"*;1.-hlgn'as' ii ij,:!
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CITROSFRUITSI
the from S to with small
the effects of the rain. way $ $4,
:..!;: FOR FLORIDA' .. not hoary compared with the demand stock bringing. to fS.' Fancy' pets ka
and stock were scarce. )
. -- nil kinds of good clean are .
bringing excellent prices. There wan Florida cauliflower !'J'en'' good. WB*
;: \\fttE CRtfp rr is BELIEVED 'CAN Of water to' one' of mixture,. .. about eighteen cars' of lettuce} ; C on the in fair demand a'JdD to $240. per.' ;
BE 'INCREASED AT LEANT 85 leaves a spray approximately one dock Monday aDd about eight to nine crate, with baskets reaching as high. -

'. PER CENT. .AT. A VERY SMALL cent oil. This i* the ....'... ,.;.> ..,... ..: :, :.: .w .;;ih.!,'; ; : each day the balance of the _k.'The as 225.. _".' '
4 vya I, strength required for whiteflies best lettuce Is coming from the Oak- Celery- account of the colder! t
c"j!'. purple scale. land and-Sanford sections'' and this weather and better quality: of receipts, +
' ..:' Waah1ngton, D. C., Feb. 19.In or- fine stock sells all the way front,$3 to showed! more activity,and sales were
,1''" ,;.der to minimize the damage done by In June or July the rust S4 .per basket but there was n great made at from $1.50 to,,$%.25 per tea'
Insect pests to citrus fruits, in Florida should be attacked by'a '. .Yj. ., deal of lettuce offered as low as sev inch crate. _
which on tie average amount* to solution of the strength of one to ,. ..:.; ;' :, ;o . .' ent7- vo cents and it was poor and Florida cabbage. was steady at $1.JO/. llfi
from 25 to 40 per cent. of the crop, or one to seventy-five. This .. r >! showed the effects of the wet weather. J *
,the department of ing should be done when the . .. '': "' OP :. ., to $1.75 per crate. .J
agriculture has was '
. ; i .. There an excellent demand for "
.0)'v 4IS..r.- Romaine brought $lto $3.25'pep
worketf out a rfpraying scheme which mum number of rust mites have '
. ,_ '.... !good tomatoes and prices on clean, basket and white squash $l.tO ;
leas given striking results in the three their appearance and before any !' ,. .;, solid stock ranged from $3 to |4, but ___ __ >$2,60..b
years that it has been practiced. seting appears.. It will also kill .,..., _' IT | T MOVEMENT.plant '"
I most of the tomatoes offered were ;
.Practically all of the damage that scale and whiteflies. but should not 'f-i, ; : '.. ... . PLANT CITY BERRY
insects do lo citrus fruits in Floridacan relied upon for thispurpose.. : ';.sr:. .' .. .i'F '. ,,{ .. . .tI poor. City.-The weather conditions,
be attributed to six time between August 25 and .' :.I '" ;. Offerings of good peppers were caused t e
The last
species. during week
: experienced .
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. light and the market be quoted
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most destructive is the citrus whitefly 31, the trees should be sprayed pwo
6' .' "' from $3.50 to (5, the outside figure the price of berries to be lower thanthe ;,
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emulsion in "
; the second the purple scale and with the paraffin-oil "I .
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,. ; i for fancy stock, which, was scarce. week previous, although :,
the third the rust mite. To do away to kill all the whitefly larvae .. more'than th.' .
with these pests the government are the progeny of the third and 1 On eggplants about $..60 was top cipts were 1,136 quarts
spe i
-ciali advocate four sprayings, two b'-ood. The earlier these are i and fine stock was in demand at this'I previous week ( ,000 quarts being r'I ?.' i'
of which are primarily intended to kill the better it is for the tree. I FIELD OF CABBAGE NEAR KISSIMMEE. I II figure, but most of the offerings were 'I shipped. since Tblr the is the beginning largest"weeklyI ;of'the

the whitefly and scale insects and the I spraying will also serve to remove selling around $2 to $3. I receipts Net returns to the growers ?
other two to destroy the rust mites. sooty molds from the trees and I Beans are showing up very' poor.A I I season. of 18.47c'' r
$8,056.40, or an average
The number of the fruit, enabling the sun to color I were '
sprayings, however, is' great many of the offerings looked per quart. Daily shipments are mad
In November or December it is I movement continues to increase
and the
messrare like rat tails. They sell all the.wayfrom
seriousness of the infestation.The quently the lime-sulfur desjrable solution to spray in again order $1 to $3.50, according to quality, weekly

first spraying should be donein kill off what rust mites there may I ___ _ 4. 7M .
May after the adults of the first Th of such
cost following a I
brood of whiteflies I '
have
disappearedand is estimated at from twenty to i
before the appearance of those of five cents for each tree. ,
: a year
the second brood. At that time the grower was able to carry it out r
i AWAYBY
fruit should be inch in $15,000 GIVEN
an or more cogt of three cents per box of
diameter. A paraffin-oil emulsion is I afur on the other hand it cost }
'nwed prepared in accordance with the I A
other eight cents. Eight cents f t
formula described!'; in bureau of entomology -I he taken as the maximum figure. rrl THE "
circular No. 108.; Following i return for this. outlay the trees
is the formula: i not only more abundant but TAMPA DAILY TIMESyl
Whale oil soap, R pounds or ] gallon, larger l: fruit. The increase in the ,
Paraffin oil. 2 gallons, of the fruit alone t-hould result, M
Water, 1 gallon. estimated, in nn increased ABSOLUTELY NO LOSERS IN THIS CAMPAIGN

The mixture is prepared by adding I of from twelve and one-half to I a r'"o'yh PRIZES: I'

the oil very *,lo. ly to the soap the r cent., amounting I - .- .. -- -.- -- "--
mate -'---------- -- --- -
whole being vigorously stirred to 2,000,000 boxes for the any(1 ar11ee I
throughout the process. It is impor- I tire citrus crop in Florida. If Bt'f11iAI.OW nuiCK ToirniNU HOMR CAHHHO ---===:=======_====================:::::::::: e.1ao
tant that the oil'\ should \>t added in s'h..meVa followed throughout TEN-ACRE ORANGE GROVE OF F. W. HILL, NARCOOSEE. TOt'HINU' fAIt .._ ._ _______.___--____.,_________.___- ,
small and the stirring be entire state it is. thought that the j u _._ __ IXIIHIK TftHHINU/ ('4R --._-_ -__-_____.__--_______:____________-__ "
quantities -- -- _____________________.__________ t.-s
sufficient to keepbil and soap in the put would be at least twenty-five like fair prices this season, it is The Quinine That Doss Not Affect Th* :MadBecause IIIX SWte. 1'l.AVKK IMANOfl t'HEDITS __ __________ ___________ 1
form of an vjnutaion. After the re cent. greater than it is now, and . I,I of Hi tonic and taxati effect. LAXAT1VH !MIX IX *aloeIAMOKl' >fl ________. __-_-___-_-_.__________-_-___________-_. =.
quired amount of oil Vus been added the appearance of the fruit would I As far as quality is concerned this I BROMO does QUININE not case I. better nervouaaeaa thin ordinaryQ"Inioe nor MIX Ova nHAPONOI.AS ________-uuu______________________._ ._... +t
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and after free vii has ceased to be much: better. In one the banner The weather dur- ringing Remember the full name and Mix Urn MKHCHANDIKH CKKD1TB uu.rx __-_-_-__--_ s.
appear year. .. _____________ _______ __ t
on top of the soap, the water is sprayed rows yielded sixty to "", the past two weeks has been ideal look for the ill-nature of H. W. GROVK. Uc. SAO)* .(HKHV:10 MKHC'HAMUKK rHKOITBNKVH CHRDITS --__uu____--______________._ ... '
slowly in. After beingpre boxes of fruit while adjoining the touches citrus ----- '
poured : put finishing on I ) BANK ACCOUNTS -------------------- -- --
in Uu. way the mixture is di- which were left unsprayed had sir :aOI'O! I.AVMKNT OK CA. COMMI$5ION5------------- a.e WlJgpf6
fared, by the addition f>f fifty gallons I about five boxes. \ Excessive rains, which have had a 1
to soften the fruit have SEEDS !

i and the weather the past week EVER } ,
THE BIGGEST AND FAIREST CAMPAIGN yi
!been favorable to all growing
915 CARS GO ops. LAUNCHED BY A SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER,
Getomn! forwardFRESH We carry all the leading varietiesof ,I l
THICKFLOSSY HAIR Farm, Field and Garden Seed that CLIP OUT THE NOMINATION BLANK

REPORTS OF PROGRESS I : FREE FROM DANDRUFF adapted have been to this tested soil and and known climate.to We be Sign and Send to the .Aral Cir. Mgr., Times, Tamps, FU. ,

FROM THE ADVANCING STATE TO can fill your order immediately for \
Try itl! Hair gets -rt. fluffyand
OF FLORIDA. beautiful-Get a 25 cent new crop of all varieties of NOMINATION BLANK: \;'

---1= bottle of Danderinc. Seed Beans, Seed Potatoes, English GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES i < 4alr
Monticell First National] bank is FLORIDA CITRUS week If you care for heavy hair that glis Peat Cucumber Tomato I Birrrby sionftl.ate ,' I fit'\
Cars' moved last ,
is radiant with
$: J.OOO. with beauty and
approved capital
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_ _. *--'--'rWauchulaCarlton Cars moved week-before JUKI has softness and ____________ __. ____. .
_. ;; an incomparable Pepper Seed, Etc. Mr. or Nina- :.___________________ .- .---
National bank Total) cars to last Saturday fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.Just ,
which succeeds! Carlton & Carlton one application doubles the Seed Cora, Seed Oats, Seed Barley, i'
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The citrus
bankers, is rbarterefl; capital] $50,000: Jacksonville, Fla.-week beauty of your hair, besides it immediately Millet, Sorghum Seed Eta

* movement the past the week previous.was dissolves every particle of Mamilmatfd by _-_________________________.._________ _._.__.._...,.+++ fj' / A
Ken nsvm%.-Firstt State :Bank oKenansville < cars less than You can not have rice Rhodes Grass Seed : i

bank has* plans and let contract the movement state has since been September 3,823 cars 15 of I .healthy hair if you have Natal Grass Seed A4dre a -----------j> j 1,
to erect building. This destructive scurf robs "
fruit and 11,493: cars ol oranges, FOR fUHTHKH INKOItMATIONVHITB., 'PIIOKH! Of. CALL TIMBS, .
s * of
hair of its lustre its strength and Complete Stock garden and field TAMI'A. ........ -
. Seabreeze*-Day tona Athletic a6SOt total of 15,492 cars. its very life, and if not overcome it seeds, poultry feed and supplies, incubators : .' r f
ciation, Daytona,'Fla.,'has let contract The weather man has finally produces a feverishness and Itching of etc 1 :
to erect elubheuse.M sented ;to give Florida; some the scalp; the hair roots famish, Write for our spring catalogue and
, I weather and moderate west to loosen and die; then ttte hair falls outfast. weekly price list on poultry feed, eta .
Sara.otaity will 'lay abort 10t' ,- west winds have greatly Surely get a 25-cent bottle of Oldest established and largest seed .
additional sidewalks. out.the and putting ,
000 feet of drying groves Knowlton's Danderlne from any drug house in Florida.
.//1 ,. truck fields in condition for and Just it.
try
' : Palatka.-Putnam county will build planting. ( E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo.
The the world
,, '' brick'ar other 'hard of
"twelve material miles rond-of The demand for Florida Mi kka.-J''. Q. Baker plane to' erect 206 East Bay St. eyes '

* increasing: and prices have KSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
, Miami.-Mr. tTIVendorff will Mild considerably during the past "
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the advance
weeks. While is -- -
swimming pool at Ocean Beach 'a- 1. 1
isino; lined with bathroom tile; water blight (Conditions fancy point stock.to a ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. are on the man who ,

to be pumped from ocean; estimated I market fruit is on still good dragging, except We grid a vr 11_ very .._fcr._ ?.. .rd I.O *>er seat rtfrtfmrr eves .< ;
nB4. Our llaa 1..4 secede aaid WILL NOT SIKL.B1ASH: TUB AMMONIArralrk
1 cost $10,000. 0 i smaller seizes of good bright fruit, rr p I. th. .._reM. ._1.,. I. mf.mt 'urell'-. _....."...... !!_ br '
City' win construct pier there i is a fair demand for A.rri...U.r.l p.rp._ _.... mm* fmmrmmt ,... __....... Ask M for a fr.ae. .
Gulfport.- ,
to thirty feet of water; head of pier, grade and pack. There are still !>. ItBLOWERS
which will be 32x88' feet, will be 31U quantities of grapefruit and pack LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY, :
feet from shore out into Boca Ceiga have to be of the best to realize DKPT. "'C." OCALA. FL.OH1DA. SAVESAUSE \

bay; pavilion. -. -
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Internal Improvement
011 Fort Pierce.-Trustees -
fund, Tallahassee are reported !
. to have let contract to construct -
I St. Lucie river to Lake Okee- i I h
f' chobee in Everglades drainage district -

MY. school I Okeechobee Farms for a moment, young man, ;- '
Pplk county
Frostproof.-
board accepted plans by Willis R. Big- I a thought to self. ,The

Tampa, Fla.] for school; ten I
gers
auditorium, etc.; gymnasium, problems that confront now or +
rooms
you
manual training and domestic science Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowjxas, velvet beans, rape peanuts, kudzu spineless cactus j ,

1'-" equipment. I besides raising; Bermuda, ILhodea. l'ara'I\' at.s and other grasses, for hay and pasture. With all will a few years hence. y

DeF nlak Springs.e -e Harbison Lum- I these crops available, cattle, t.h6t'\P'\ and hogs can have green food the year round. ,

+} ber Co.. will build plant; main mill Look about yea-the men of affairs ia country, state, aatioo-

.,: 40x60 cement feet tanka; planing for logs mill; capacity 40looe 75,000* ; Thousands of Acres of Our Land' at the North End of in the world are the mea who started to saye carly ia life. yes, .,. r '


: feet railway.; specialty flooring; build tram Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for CultivationThese They.have the respect sad confidence of the co.r. ,.. "7A ,

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;,,: St. Petersburg.-City will pave Twelfth Second lands do not need draining otUfr. than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a. tripto Then look on the other side-at the fellows who speed all tfc 91 :: v
,' street from Eighth to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida Hast Coast lljiilvray; without delay, and see for ;
and Twelfth cvenue from make-they may hare a food time for a while, but wJsat does tfcz* j
First avenues to Second street with brick.Jacksonville.C. yourself just what' these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours personality reflect? ;

. journey from Jacksonville.
let contract -
Buckman
Riverside A dollar or so deposited ia this bank will be 1M

avenue.to erect three stores on I Investigate This Wonderful Country While You nucleus of an honorable, independent career. I' n

. Make l befinninf now-today. Tow at

additional Tarpon water:aprin tower.-City with will capacity build I Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your FarmYou bank book your will pave the way. t 1'


4 of 75,000 gallons.. s s I will find it unexcelled for general farming livestock and poultry raising and for growing all I r

r V" ;1'ficksonviIle.-Duval county com- kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and country ,

,/ Wlioners are having plans to be prepared three will grow at an amazing!: rate during the next few years.We also have excellent land and town I State an -

".v ter armory brick; reported drill hall and auditor- lots at Chuluots and Kenansville -the former a fine lake section, in Seminole County suited to

fc1 fories 111m hall; 82x117; feet, to accommodate fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country in Osceola I t'i d

''.' 2,500; swimming pool 25x60 feet; cost County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for I of Kissimmee ';, .
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150000. full particulars to

,:t,* Fort' Plerce.-E. R. Rhea and N. C. Capltalltock ____________________________-.$100,000.00 '-r

,\.i,\- leased to building manufacture and will ice cream.installJquisraent J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President Ru.t cea orer __________________________.400,000.00. l')r; ,'.....

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Dunedln. A. E. Batchelder willI" Land and Industrial Department Florida East Coast Railway .

I erect two store s g C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M LEE. VICe, Prert. t.

t,.,, '''./Gu1fport.-Ur.-- Wendell, architect, Is Rom Zl4(ply Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA M. KATZ. tad Vic, Pre. : "'1"... }rte
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for
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OtFRUITfiO f t : ,\ " 'PASTURE' GRASSES.'. '.'eDdeI'.Jittie! .and .bowels.Stomach,. ,' liver., j it; t
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i; :: ./Florida's red, luscious, 'comprehensive City the eTor.rs up'there shipper Miami-:Contending that the bustard Good pasture i jtiiiei for '1orlda.re Look ''at the -tongue, :1 mother I If' '
A" ,' exhllirating.. berries a-carrier of disease and al bennnda, P..L rhodes and the
gratifying, pie 42,462 quarts last week coated, your little one's stomach
: various of' liver
turesque of t such should be exterminated the Stock species; : 'pa paJura and
/'T1''OMA' palato.Ucklinci.and i dollar. netting the growers the 'neat sum > ' and bowels, need cleansing at .
r
t it RK'ET' Jingling strawberry,Is. creating ,no 9898. The week' Growers aesocLtionlaofsoutheastern. guinea grasses :> When
i previous 26,600 : Bermuda is a.jo&TU.thattl.adaped ; : peevish,. erase;Hatless, i doesn't1
: little admiration and wonder in the quarts were shipped, 'from which the Florida at-its t regular meeting instructed to nearly all parts of the-state and sleep eat or act naturally or is feverish 4
1" the' ifough-
northern states Into which secretary, Frank
they are growers realized $6,229. stomach sour,' breath bad has
c tTampa.',fUp and' Including "1116..hlpped daily and. are awaken. The Courier-which-keeps a.4abon taling to get In touch with' Dr Dawson other to all kinds, it of makes soils.;, better However like sore 'throat,'''J idiarrhoea' full -of ;cold'
bxa SaturdaJ', shipments of citrus fruit ing the small fanners to the possi the week's shipments, has the following veterinarian for the state boardof and therefore crops furnishes a snorts growth paster.age ., give'*, a teaspoonful of "California.
!: from Florida this season totalled bilities of Florida soiL to say: health asking for expert advice on when planted on good soils. Syrup of Figs," and In a' few hours,
.slightly, In excess of 20.000 carloads. That there, is good money -to be "That the prices are much better what procedure to take to this end. Para grass furnishes an abundance all the foul, constipated waste,''wndigfested ., {
It I. estimated that made in growing strawberries is wellpro.en letters were also requested to be sent food and bile movesout
between
85,000 than received sour gently
were during the of :
A, sam good pasturage over'a large
and 30,000 carloads 'will have been in the fact that good money period last be to Dr. Bashen, official for state boardof portion of its bowels without griping, and h
whenwe
hl, '. year may: seen, of south Florida. It I. a grass ;
snipped before the' end Of the season has been and ,.I. being' made 'in this remember that for the week end- health, at Atlanta Ga., and Dr. better adapted to the southern portion you have a Well, playful child again.'
Y or about,8,400,000 boxes., It I. crop. Furthermore, investigation will ing the same day of last season 60.16 Cary their health expert at Auburn, Ala., of the state than to the northern and Ask your druggist for a 60-eent bot-'
the record ,crop; bring out the intelligence that DeSoto quarts of berries were shipped, bringing for views on the relative disease- western because it Is injured'j itle of "California Syrup; of Figs".
county soil is not to be excelled forgrowing a total of only $8,025.60, the av- carVying capacity of buctards. more or lees by hard frosts. which contains full' directions for ha, -\
the Dr. J. G. DuPuis, president of the .
strawberry.That erage price for that week being sixteen Para grass will grow on almost any bier, children of all ages and' for
organization, declared that to nis
this
3WIVES't4' crop fattens the purse of cents, with a range during the of way kind of soil, but to produce the maximum grow-ups. ,
thinking the buzzard should be
men, if the attention <<
is given
proper week from twelve and one-half and to the best
I centsto yield give results
,, to it, is shown by the statement of twenty-two cents. given a short lease of life here, and for pasture it should be planted -
.q Mr. Saxon of the firm of Saxon and it is anticipated that a war will be
"Durnig the week ending last night waged on the) bird when the on moist land. This does not mean '
Company, who was in Arcadia Tues- proper '
the prices ranged from fifteen centsto recommendations completely covered with water, but
have been received
day from Brownville. Last year they land which do not suffer from S..8ULtOCK. ,
TOO MANY on crops ;
cents with
twenty-two general
a
by the association. The president
I put two acres in strawberries, from Para makes much ,
drought. a
for grass
the whole
average week of twent.thr..e
which stated that the legislature should at
: they realized the sum of $1,000 ranker growth than does bermuda. On
I
-$500 acre. cents per quart, or seven its next session take steps to stamprut
per land it will to height of
; cents better than last good grow a
year. the buzzards and REAL ESTATE
P r Pensacola, Ft*. -Redding Roberson, This year they have eight acres in Representative When it makes sucha
four five feet.
i a middle-aged and bewhiskered resident strawberries, from which ninety crates "The receipts for the week would I It. E. MacDonald, who attended the big or growth the stems are, as a rule, ....................... ',
of Walnut Hill, was'sentenced' I: have been shipped at $R' f per crate, have !been much heavier but for the meeting concurred with President DeI'uis' 1 hard and woody, hence it is not of INSURANCEExamination t
for i rainy weather. Present fair weather '' statement, saying that if it were ,
Saturday by Judge Kirke Monroe of $720, and with favorable weather as much value for pasture as when
i the criminal court to serve two years i and continued good l prices they will will improve the quality and ,better, I rought to light( l hy the health authorities kept grazed close to the ground.
and six months in state prison. The probably realize as much per acre asthey the price of the berries, although the that this l bird l could !be gotten rid fWs of Titles a
r, complaint against Roberson was- that I did i lust your, which figures up fruit can be made to net a hnlld"on1l"ut "it, he would (go .before* til" legislatureand Bermuda and para-grass are, propagated -
he' was found in possession of three 'I $4,000 for the eight( acres. These have prices much ]lower than they ask legislation and hat I uppro- Bermuda from stem and root cuttings. Specialty.

yyjves, with no divorce papers or death I I berries may IM seen on the ]local marl yet gone."The 'i-iations be made to carry on the sowing the may seed.Rhodes also. be propagated by
certificates that could be produced l i j I kct any day now and no finer in total shipments from Plant lijrht. i
'' When court adjourned he was in position -i I!! tity and quality sere' ever 'I"an-I City during the present season amount ---- -- -- grass is a good hay and pas- CorresDondence Solicited. At.,

to testify that it might be very the state.I'our to ll.rJ)2!) quarts, from which th" WENDLER IS ELECTED ture grass, and does well on moderately
troublesome to adopt the sentiment oilier wise ones in the Brnwn- growers have realized a net return of ] good, moist soil. It stands droughts
expressed in the popular song "Three yule community are gibing( some iit- .f.'il.Ol.VOK.: Up/ to the same dale I last fairly well], and will not need reselling -
? Women in the World for Every Man." t.'iition to the f growing of slrawlieri your H7i2( : quails had been shipped PRESIDENT POULTRY MEN for several years. It is not affected LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY 1

Roberson was sentenced by Judge !i j ricH. They ore: J. II. Ivey, two bringing a total of $34,1/i4.52; < makingthe by light frosts but is injured r
Monroe after he had pleaded guilty' acres; Off Williams, ono acre; I. t present season only $3,349.41;! be Orlando. The Florida Poultry association by freezing. The'nutritive value of '
"I to having committed matrimony three Lowe, one acre; and Mr. Brown, one hind, while short :32,120 quarts, showing whirl has held its business the hay is. about the same as timothy. AT LAW 4 4r
CA times, the last two nuptial knots be acre. It is stated that the crop is how much better prices have been sessions here dining the fair is to Agrictural: Experiment Station,
turning out no well that thirty or throughout the present season than come out under a new name, which (;Gainesville, Florida. A
evidence I forty acres will be given to this during last when
crop year the growers will m-een changes and new literature. --
and careless making it a practice I in that section this year. made a handsome profit on their The name of the Florida] branch of Mow To dive Quinine To Children. SPECIALIZING INABSTRACT '
to march down the aisle, or ur the According to the Courier at Plant crops."-Arcadia Enterprise. the American Poultry association has r
PHBRILTNRUth trade-mark
name ffiTen to*a
of a courthouse with a woman, hanged to the American Poultry association Improved Quinine it U.TaBtclcai' Syrup pica*. ,
a" make the usual promise, and abide Governor Recommendan of Florida.A %nt to tike and dose. not dUturb the tomach. ,
to .
Children take It never know it with his until he found another new constitution and bylawswere Alao' especially' _.*apte Q that pleased him more. adopted, and several new memo take ordinary Quinine. Doea not aauaeat nor AND '
"Inheritance Tax Law"Tallahassee cauae ner-xraaneaa" norrinffinf in the bead Try
His bers -elected.
third wife is in the were
county jail tt the next timeou need*OtiKiinfor any pur'IOoae. i :*i
1" and will be given a preliminary -hearing Officers elected] for the ensuing year Ask for 2-onnce original packaaurn 'The I TITLE WORK
N' y later. It is alleged that she told I Fla., Feb. 19.-Follow- ways by which to raise revenue. I were: President, J. H. Wendler, Lakeland FHBR1UNK It blown In botlU beam*. | j

a deputy sheriff that she knew that I ling up his announced intention to recommend the passage of a graduated ; vice-president, Charles Francis, - -- ,
Roberson had at least one living and public from time to time a number inheritance tax law, which will Interlachen; secretary-treasurer, C. F. '
o ooo e.o oo oo ooooooo o oooooooooooo.
4: legal wife when she married him. His of the recommendations which he apply to all estates of more than a Ward, Winter Park.
second wife. is living; in Atmore, and II proposes to submit to the legislature, certain amount, to be fixed by the Executive committee W. Brown, ;
f" it is alleged that Roberson lived at which convenes in April, Governor law." DeLand; W. P. Woodswarth, Gulf- SEED .
a' & .Walnut Hill, five miles from Atmore, Park Trammell states that he will "Require Officers to Pay Over Public port; H. B.' Hoyt, Jacksonville; H. J.
4 _? with his third wife for about two make recommendations upon the following Funds Promptly." l avis, Lee; Wm. Edwards, Lee; C.
; years. It is not known where his first subjects: "All money'Belonging' to the state H. Kennedy, Palatka. FOR SPRING PLANTING j1
wife is.When. "Libraries for Public Schools." I or when _
county paid to an officer : -
If '' "That the school youth of the state r 1
Judge Monroe had heard the should be ;
promptly paid over to the hall the same to the proper officer -
4 story of Roberson's three voyages on j I I I have easy access to good books and I public treasurer. No officer should be within pay ten days after the first day Full line of new crop feeds of all kind :b.
\ the uncertain sea of matrimony he proper reading matter is deemed high-I allowed to hold the public funds for ,
or the month next the
) t said: "I will sentence you to two years '1: Iy important.. With a carefully selected an indefinite peroid. I would suggestthe month of receiving same succeeding with the We can supply your wants. Write for new catalogue. ,'f
w and six months in the state penitentiary. library in the public schools ; enactment of a law that of .
( I I i I penalty removal for failure to comply COMPANY*
iN i ." the suitable for the respective grades, all officers collecting public funds with the law." KILGORE SEED
boys and girls would be inclined to
i e prisoner"Thank you very much," said the" j cultivate] a taste for reading the right PLANT CITY, FLORIDA. i : ).
very ungallantly. i kind of literature and their attention -

1 Judge"You Monroe.are quite welcome," said diverted from trashy reading:, to 46 "* <-*>**>* *>> 4

:. t which they arc too often attracted J. D. CLARK .. ,
when the better class of books is not

f NEGRO CONFESSES THAT available."I !
would therefore recommend
a
HE SHOT TilE GARDNERS law making it the duty of the county Real Estate Broker

,, board of public instruction in each What About Your Insurance? '
R' I county to provide for circulating]
Elizabethton, Tenn.-Clyde Slover, school libraries to be not less than Residential Lake Shore ::
Vacant ,\
Lots
Property Cottages
Orange
a negro held here as a suspect in ,I one to every ten schools, and to pro- ,
v1 -, connection with the murder near We- vide for the care of the libraries and N. matter what you may want in the way of Insurance, I can (
Groves Truck
; laka. Tla.. of Arthur C. Gardner of Farms Timber and Prairie Lands
their exchange from one school to ,
.A' /., 'Baltimore, has confessed, declares the another. The supervision of the libraries supply it. I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,

t..ti sheriff.. |I and the details of the circulation KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance.
The officer ave that Stover con of the and the and
a fessed that h. killed Arthur Gardner i same system I Office( Courteous and prompt attention, no matter how
rules for thereof might Phone 66
use very prop-' Residence Phone 68
'and his brother Horace B. Gardner, or I erly be made the duty.of the county large or how small aa amount you wish. ,
';Springfield, Mass., who is missing. of public instruction. -
: superintendent Correspondence solicited
Arlhur.Gardner's body was found e would cost each 1TSA /
i pf.A I county very
'
,' &." According to the alleged confession I maintenance expense would be but a .i)
J.I!the"'negro,"-'who piloted the Gardner trifle compared with the great good I H+H>+ GENERAL INSURANCE.'Phone .
,lees v5 brothers on a hunting expedition, shot t
would '
.I' them from behind. He claims, it is they "Inheritance accomplished.Tax Law." "S' WISE MAN 2303. Dakin St.

,) a said, that they caused him to dance ,I "A large majority of the states j I j carries sufficient FIRE INSUK- I .l'. .
f at the point of a pun. The negro is have enacted very laws providing for a reasonable "j lv ANCE to protect his property ... ..... ..
awaiting the arrival of a Florida officer '' tax inheritance. This ) while he is living and ample LIF. j,
upon
who will take him back to Jack- '' INSURANCE to his family -
be of the most protect -
seems to one equitably i
..sonville.XMNGES. : in the event of his death. He I. t
,
also insures his earning rapacity
A' ' IN- Send Your by taking out an ACCIDENT and
MADE us : ,: HEALTH POLICY. Be on the


FLA. PIASTER-SHIPS Orders For I f I i safe We side.write that insure all lines and of endures.INSURANCE I.r- YELLOW PINE LUMBER( CO. }


t Washington, D. C.-The postoffice I ) None but in RELIABLE this .old line companies t New Owners New Management/ 4
agency.J'Z --
"o .i .department: announces another list of"change ;
D. G. WAGNER ,
l e '"''. in Florida postmasterships: 1 -
,, is \cull D. Patterson is appointed as I BEAMS w Second Floor Citizens Bank Bldg. .i ,
,; : of Fort Duval I II Kissimmee, Fla.
postmaster George; ] CHANNELS ..
.1 county, to succeed M. A. Johnson, who EVERYTHINO-
ANGLES AND
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:resigned. '
r f'red S. Choffee is appointed posh ALL SHAPES

,, master at White House.Williams Duval county whoP 111""" ', :"':':' ::: : (;" ::;::: :;(
i to sucked J. G. "''" IT" ''' TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE

., p also The resigned.following appointments were TANK BOILER STEEL-PLATES '

j also announced, :

?4 .y; ; D.Bnytrd Hart. St. Johns county, George GALVANIZEDCOPPER: ANI -'-: HAVE IT ::1

Cokesberry' St. Johns county, Jo- ZINC SHEETS {[WHEN YOU
'r+ st eenh H. HanVerson.lllg VISIT] ,

y j.I Know).Pine.... Monroe county, Joseph T. II | TRUSS RODS We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of f

t Bishopville, Volusia county, Albert STAY BOLTSSTUUCTUUAIj lumber-rough and dressed-CeQIng, Flooring,Siding, Doors, 4

!L_ O. Birl.op. Sash Shingles, Lath., Window and Door Frames, Moulding .fof
v Gladocrost, Palm Beach county, I
.f Olive I. Bissell. IRON WORK all {kinds, Framing, dressed: and rough. Cypress" Lumber.We .

"t MOTHER, GIVES BIRTH OF ALL KINDS ThePanamaPacific also carry a complete line of Brick Lime,Cement, Paints, '

TO EIGHTEENTH CHILD -- Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you everything
ALL lIARI WOODS
Uixj ( Akron, O.-Mr. and Mrs. James O. Expositiondo for your house or your barn,, from ground to roof.

,;, Evans have. just celebrated. the arrival LAUNCHES ,
,'t' .t ''of their elgJ! *.enth child, a son. 0
I They have been married thirty DORIES AND
Fourteen of the eighteen children SKIFFS<
years.are living. Eleven are girls. BUILT TO not forget to take with you some Send for Free Estimately ly

I "My most prized possession, aside ORDER of our Travelers' Checks-the safe, f

E'' ?; I from my: children, is a letter of congratulation BOILERS AND Convenient medium which enables you
,t k received from Theodore to procure cash promptly wherever
Roosevelt when our fourteenth child TANKS BUILT TO I
I f i: was born," says Evans. ORDER you go. We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimate FT 4,

-i P .T.iTHE' LIVER REGULATES THE PUMPS FOR ALL Contractors Estimates on house bills receive prompt attention; I' "

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tS NEEDS CARE. COMPETENT FORCE
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: ,",4Chronle' liver Complaint should bet AT ALL TIMESJACISSONVILL.E.FLORI Yellow Pine Lumber Co.Phone

'V "b :;:. they *re pessimists and see through SUPERIOR .

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sTOR OSCDOLA COCstTTUT IJf <<:JIAJICBBY'.' ....... ; .. .Notiea U hereby .
0...ty. ...kl.,.. ItenansviUs. ,' Fla. ., " I :
of
CHABtCKRT .
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p Arthnr B. Ds sTn, poaavtateamtILL in Chawe>ry.' Trull... Kenansvllla, ,Via. have this p .
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4r.r IB! Deae.... Coss.lalnan.. -. .... BothwolL 'at: IX Kenansvllla- Fry' against C. .W.. I !!'T'2 : ,
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,'. _n_ TO ftUIBT ,William.. Pe 'rr and XV shres.(1t).V . ID the olrouit court of ,
Hetsa and All fnmm Ctalsatmm ToungWhlttlsr Fla 'dal circuit la and for
:*ILL TO QUIET TJTIJaVsatl a. I....... 0.... |a. .... -.. It appearinir by, &"' ' , ..'one riorldav' upon too

;- Clalaeu .......mr Ot........ to the bill filed In the I. Fla 't. iroperty. situated ,
star
sail .U Fatties n .11
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Hant'i . THRASHER .
.........t. _v.. that William N. ., itate of Florida i'
..... *S)0 MM ttmU.0. named. U .or
therein
best' I.t.r.t fendant
Drawd/ Whlttler. ten scribed aa '
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......... .* Ots,.._...,- B..sf>......... .t ORDER .or rVBUOATIOIf dent of the tate of !'). ,' .- All fractional section :: ALWORKEB,

: OaDs.: 'Or PVJILlCA.OK To All .......It May Concern ngton.resident and of la Rlohland.over the' .. Pblm. Kenaasvlllo.. Fla,.',ten. and factional twelTO_(11)UOI| ton all ( .

It appearing from Ute sworn Bill ofcomplaint on. years; It Is therefor ( Fla. (st)|- all fractional Inga Spedaltrj .
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X..I. .all
that thereare . flo ,
filed In this cause aald non-resident .14)t fifteen and !
,/.'AM Vh.sa U May CJosioemi parties.Interested In lbs property i s hereby required to Drawdy seven oast quarter ill .lat1- ) VJssinunoo I-U.

It appearingbr affidavit appended to involved la this suit otb.r.tban. the of complaint, ,filed In said (7) J..n..l. quarter (N.' K 1 of
'tho BUi of Complalntr tiled In tno abov..tt.4 known respondent and that the names before Monday. the 1st 8mltb Wi.ta Park ten half of the northwest .
cause that tho Re.pon4.nt. EmU of such parties _o interested are unknown A. D.. 181B. otherwise e N.' W. 1-4) and south' '

O. Frlond. Is a noo-re.ident of the Stat. to the complainant and that relief of said bill will be .taken ...tlo X.n.I. .ton seventeen (S 1-t of w. smips r ,
of Florida and that hi. residence 1. unknown Is prayed In said bill of complaint by said defendant. township tw.nt-.,. < _
and It also appearing- from th. asralnsttsuch unknown respondent.. It It Is. further ordered hlrty-ono (II) .
.aid affidavit that the age of the laid I.. therefore, ordered that all parties be published once a week OF FLORIHA ng to the .a.t DENS ?. "
Respondent I. ov.a ths age of 11 year.. claimingInterest, in the following- secutive weeks In the }( OF tate ot"Y'lorlda. I.UI.'O
ordered that the aid scribed property ittust.in the CoUnty leg Qaxette. newspaper OSEOL S Xt Bll '
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It IsV tb*r.for. me n Notary In Osoeola county.
herein namedbe nf Qaoeoia. and State of Florida to-wlt, aid county and .tate. : n.d 1. m.
.. non-resident Be.pondent and for state of Florida and .a.r..lne ... ,
and Is hereby required to appear to The \Ve.t Half of the East Half and the This January 18th. A. ", personally appeared R. F. . .. 1Ot.II0P.' T.. ,\
the bill of complaint: filed In said causo East Half of the Wo.t Half of Section {Circuit 3. L. : El Franklin Paul W Trudell..1 ab., on the easterly TI .1un. !,"t,.

Oll or before the Hule Day In March. 16 In Township SB South of Range IS Court Seal) 01 1..1'11.. .. Randolph Youna L.. R I Oak lake, now. used -
/A. D. 1_1*. being the ftr.l day of thei East of Talaha. Meridian do appear By JAMBS M. W, J. Phillips J. I banana plantation '
i said -month. olherwUe the allegation. to the Complainants. Dill of Complaint .. .lc..s RiV. Fertlc, all ; -It U W. CARSON t
I of the said bill will be taken a. confessed herein Iliad on or before the Rule Oeo F PARKER well known Sheriff of Osceola
i by the .aid Kenpondent.it Day in April. A. D 1816 the same being 8. D DKCKKRSolicitors to be Individuals de ,
Is further ordered that thl. order the 5th day of said month. else the said for .. In and who executed the tor... DEN '-

., b. published once a week for eightcon.ecutive bill will be taken a. confessed ag-aln.t o. rl Charter of the First r
week. In the Osceola Jour- them : Kenan.vllle, and each HUNTING Ple Blldinl" '
In further ordered that this la Circuit Coed for the .worn severally acknowl : .
weekly new.paper published And It I. ..
nal. a of OsceolH and State of order be published once a week for cial .aid County
Florida end of general I circulation In lj cornecutlve weeks In the Osceolalonriuil In and. for Oervela. . and purposes therein ex of
Teeth
.ald County. a weekly newwpnper publlxhcd I. I. haarery.BUI t ',
Wltn.... the Honorable James W In said Coun.y and of general clrculatlon to Quiet ''' Where-of I have hereunto ._
Judge of the .aid Court and In said county Lydia Butler ... hand and affixed my Notarial' .
., Peritlns.name a. Clerk thereof and the offlclal Witness the Honorable James WPerkln \s 22nd day of January, A. D. GEIGER a
my seal of the ...Id Circuit Court *. Judge of .ald Court and my Charles n Campbell. Boynton, Fla.-C. I S J

thl. First day of Jniiunry A. D 1816 name RS Clerk thereof and the official Roh<,rt. C. Denny.Valt"r A. T.. HUNT. W. BiBchoff of SURGEON *
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Circuit J. L.. OVIiHSTHBKT. HUH! of the said Circuit Court this First! Julia Dennv.. all of the .. lublc. State of "'Iorld. their hunting and ant ,'
Court Seal) AH Clerk of the Circuit day of January. A. D 1D16J I inn I rtntiondciit. b.'ln i c d<.. l lll '' Apll 4. KlH lished the *.. "
Court of Osceola County. L,. OVERSTHKET. .'lrji nt law of Charles near range Buldin& '
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Circuit Court mile. west of this .Fa
Florida A. Clerk of the dcnasid ; and all other OK FI-OniHA $97

By JAMES M JOHNSTON. (Circuit Osceole, Count Florida IKK interests In the OF O MCItOLA. ed, it is alleged by the tfl U-I
Deputy Clerk. Court Seal) (t>scrlh<>d under the an the undersigned Notary Ashley gang headed ,
JOHNSTON AND uAiiKi/ri. By. JAMES M JOHNSTON Campbell.\ dHpen.od or : m.and for the state of Florida from
Counsel for Complainant 4-61 Ue-puty Clerk Emma K It Ciimjibell .. ,.'. rnonnlly appeared A. I,,. self who.escaped
JOHNSTON & OAnilBTT Counsel for Complainant 4-lOt apondfllt.. ,. of the Individuals de.crlbed. court last Monday RVER M

IN cinciir; COIHT !I""I !\oTIl .II. UI- who ixecutid tho fur..ln. Ashley was on trial at '
and SURGEON
CIAL CIHCtir' Of Hl.Ollim I\ onn.n <>!.' I' .' d charter of the* .
()itIiIt frX.lt<< 1.11I1..A..101'l. Kenansvllln and duly escape for the
AM FOK O!<(UOI.A COt'>T.Artll.r \' h'ln.. . the Seminole Osceola
that .ut..d Tiger
---- -- ToAll Whom It May ( .knowledR..d ." pharmacy
.. Il peiirliiir-fTom" the .. for the uses and purposes. .. IS '
Irriilt t'Sen. Mist. n' "nrld. The hunters were :
10. I>..c-K.f., Comp4.lea.6.. I.i.. < ,,,dl..I.1 rntk .
. r' BI.. rtlaons Inti rented In ,' .,. \\hiriof 1 have hereunto camp fire in front '
.. ..- .'oun.T. HuolYirt in this hand and affixed my Notarial with their r
. suit
IIII.L TO QUIET TITI!: I. 4t'tii >.....j. Und day of Jannnr191&. company :
Uiio rit H.-a.nd'I', '; when the '
S l,.*\ltt. CoinjjlaliiBJitsRllza Myers, tang
JOHN n nAisnrcv)
Aeall O. Krlend, and nil rarll.1..1_. ,.. navwi.ir unknown of nucli to persons the Ce> \' I"hll... Slate of Florida. canal bank. Ashty. D. GEIGER

lag .. Imtrrfmt Under tkw ..ld Knill Jan.- Lea lit. I" f..ndt.II tnut relief Is prayed In .. expires etimbir 16 ing the "'

O. Krlrnd, or OlhcrwUe l<...__"" .. H|"Iwarlu.h" ffKI--,,'It appende-d to (Nnnplalnt ngaln.t such the law, called out: '
In th. ..lx.te- stated r..ui.(. 14.ndeita. T-LW
thc bill flltrt I fire bit if ; ;
a you
IVDLICATIOV > OF
OMUkHOK .. It la therefore. Jo'LORITA.
tI.f'n.i..ntth.'reia
,
Kllza Jfl n I I il It thi
that
nam.d.H\ H nwB-re-filil of tinmate V'nrti.claiming "en. ... .. 01' f"NLr business is picking Bnl Building I.
resident ofi''abOiy. the following n...rrlbed me un..r.IKn. Notary fusillade of bullets J,
a
"Mbern It (). nf rlorlela and in a for . .
All May n r.r.sIt in .n,1 of Florida .na
male of Il5iOM'htlsetta. oerthe tiatecl In the* County of ered rifles began.
.
rnonnlly M M ,
appearing from thu uxvorn bill of : of Iw..nlyy.ar... It I. Statu of Florida. tn-wlt: p appeared ,
Complaint filed in thdn cause tbat there Ih..r.-ro..It' ,,rd'I.4 H'.I nalel non-r-..r- ....I three of Block to me well known and. known.. .. Myers was wounded
of L. HYATT
the who
are purlieu Inlul effleci In the propert dint Involved In thl. suit other tihan the required to uptMar tn II,.. bill of e" m- to the tow* of ' foregoing proposed
State Hank Kenansvllle The
known rei.pundent and that the names pistol. flli-d In saM "UII" em or .T*- cvola County. Florida. ) Jo'irt duly of.. his coat and SURGEON '
of .uch partIes .o Interested era unknown for Mnmlah.. IM day of M.frti. the Plat .f said .. .. the sworn .cknowl..dl..d in
to the complainant an4 that relief A l I. loI! I 15. 01 h.'T'OO, tanI h.-' allettatiVwimof the office of the .. .". .ul..d s therein same expressed Myers, who is Fla. .

1. prayed In .aid bill of complaint ...1" l"lll will t... taken as eonTieiweilb cult Court for : ..." whereof I have hereunto most expert in .
_-.. euch unknown respondents. therefore ordered that all parti_ IB further (,rdtrrI' that thl. claiming Interests In the following decrlbed \... publlnhed. *nce a wei.k for four a pa....; said lot lying CHA.H D BRUM KY. of the camp fire 4
real propert Bltuate In the e-otiHi rutl\e .......1nI In the KI.Bhiimep east ejaarter of the Public. State of Florida. to the The
County of Osrtula and 8.at.- of Florida. Valley (jarni'tte. a newspaper pa)4lshed"' tereft, Section .... !.. expire Dec IS, wod had I. made
to-wtt: The Northwest cjuarter/ of the In ....1.1| .c-ount and stnte ship Twenty-live 1l.:! mised they F. PARKER
Nprthea.t Quarler ot SecUon Three In Thin January 28th IMS Twi
Town p J5 South of Kan..e 29 ita.t (Circuit J 1. OVKItSTR-ETET. ....,I1I1Ian. ioevta C_ FOR WHiTE PRIMARY bedding were '
pierc .
..t T h.lt1. Merldl.n. .10 appear 10' Court Ural' ) Clerk 'lre-ult Court. do appear to the ... ELRtIF1ON. -
touring car
lbs mpl..IJlant'a bill of compteintherein By 3A-ME8 M JOHNt=:"()N. Complaint herein'Mlad. n ,
tiled on or bafpre the Rule Day Deputy 'tle-rk 7tti Jmy of April. A. &. : city executive committee of the out of commission, and Conveyance

In April. A. D 1S16 belnsr the 6th day LEWIS O'BKYAN said Rill will be taken maiC. party" met recently and turing the r.dl.tor.GASPARLLA .
of said month el.e the said bill will Solicitor for Complainant4t And It Is fnrtVer. .>...d. the following call for a SpdalU. .
.be taken .. confessed .gain.t sue" re- ni.Ser be published primary" .
,
taOlve consecutive. city .: .Uv. committee of the. FETE Broaw.,
pondent. wc : .
And It further ordered that thla ADWIMWTHATUINIn lI iVSPICE.Neil. le.y Gazette a ........... man's party" In the city of KIs

"Border be published once a week tor 12 iM.rbarw aid County of Oeonola, hereby. call and provide for TO A
t_ .t..1 -
.. .f A.I.I."r .white man's" .elec ,
a primary F. KRIBBS
-eonaecutlve week. In the Oaeeola Jour 'l tia. and of g-eeMn-al .
_.. '
I. 'ourt o' JedgeOsrisia be held In the city of Ktssim- '
.....
nal. a weekly new.pap publl. In of Oaceola and oC Witness Ute ... Tamp.-Tue
the said County general .
. of said primary to .
In said Perkins Judire of aid Ilorlda. of
circulation CountyWltnM
Uohrr ,
of K
the Honorable JanuoV. Notice renutate I. hereby given; to all whem,I, name as Cleric thereof \ holding tt" election fixed, on by natur law slightly marred by of Titles a "

Perkins. Judge of said Court and my It may cwncern Ib.l.. tlw 15th day ri seal of said CIrcuit B, 1915 for the nomInation ers, proved the I Payment lplatr' _" J
name .. Clerk thereof and the offlclaeal July. A. 3). 18l1i, I shell *PT>''y to HJ .'- day of January: A. 1}.. .. /or city ..I..tv.. offlcx the carnival bilgest gIven er.ful.- .
,
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said Circuit nourt. tbti Flr.t (Official 1 Seal 'Okrc-utt .
of tbe
>* orabl T. M. Murplir J-'",e of said for at the electlo 4'v attention.
A. 1>. day of January I In said '
'court .'" judge of p..le."' for my aam.rharK bcIH. ,
J. L. OVt.ll8TREKT.A . .... administrator of ItL&\ir. Clerk M-< Kit King Gasparilla .
.
Clerk of tb.e Circuit Court. JOHNSTON 4fc .
.p, (Circuit O.eeoLa County.ff'lorlda. deceased.will present and that to said at oourt the .ame my *Ui5I na' Solicitors 'for ..1'a, ., '.IA..a. those ef E" ._.. shall lett, was crowne at OP, O.n ""',: ;'

'Court 3s1)I accounts a. admlnlst nrtor of ,,aid5 .. to vote at or participate casino in '
;i Uy JAMK8.M, JOHNSTON.. tate fw their approvaJ. NOTICK r>VKOR L'trr'vicita'' .., management of ....t primary Miss Daisy Giddens. & GRRE ,

'. Deputr Clerk I>Ht<..J January 1 A I'.. 1916.V1LJ2AM who are white ..I.ctor. who f the casino was
ql. JOHNSTON & GA1t11lTT.Counsel LA>11R- their prlncl- ;.
Notice ta :[I'c"o: Beautiful decorations
for Complainant: '4-101 Im Admtnl.traurrJkOTK tonreby given a the whit .
derslirned wiill apply to: :: party In the yr Klsslmmee throughout the great and' 12 Bank ."
of the stateof Florida, CUM
!
k t r by the laws of the city o to the
on the nth-day of lawful who have adding sp Building- i
< :.ICIKCt'IT-COURT. SlmVEN..lVDIC. ,' TO -r: eltor.
R RU'TOR&
: for letters patent. ; before were the beautiful ... .
OK KIOltll INAN '
-IHCUIT n
First State Lank of '
*WOH OIlCaoo..COVI\.I' tm CMirt el tke C.y J.._ *'at.ef the following proposed ) taxes for urbr.le'rWl: ers in attendance. '. -

r' j I ft (JliAJIII asRI': .. .V rld. .,._.'.. Cvaalr. original .-which .Is l t o' March have 6,. 116, arid < The feature of ; ,;. {Melon ;. ,

In ro Bstate of :Milton 8. Cow r r. the office eft the ".. themselves to abide by the're the great general for Judge of .

J, ,Arthur. E. D........ ::.-.lalaia..ttttrmmM eJVcredltora. V sKees dl.trOtutees. the said mate of ) said primary olectlon and Tot tile and best Criminal Court
claims' largest : '
'
;
and aU persons havener nde \Vltn ss our names nominees thereof at the en. & WARLOW'
..- mand. KHlnst ssA4'.t.tate: January. JL T>.. 19tt city during any Gasparilla ; .
.
:,; MILL.TO QVIKT TITIKdMwIa 1'ou. .and inch oT you. areKereb\ (1. TC Ha ..eatleBB"I..ctlon of rastdldatea procession took one I and COUNSELLORS'.
St. Itandall. Haamh Trar sad notified and required to preseX any HI M.
K 11. Ff" and only those .. shall given point in the I AT LAW I"'
<
lne.NERO
.... husband, and all rlainm and which M>U' or become for all court. '
:. Tracy hrr fmr .-Hiie .if o.-I maj have aKaJiMt thKefati K F 'RfH':. to c"J the of the .tat i
,.!.. ll.-1.. laitcxmta, uader Uw ...... .5? Milton> 1J <.owi'r.; d"ea.'d. It V. PTIIl to. bn who voted pledge for In themselves primary In WAS I States also
I Commission an4
:., sed Me.posdrat. Se .ih.rIar. late of .Oaeeola .o..tv. Ilorlda.. to I h. A'Atri I.. HITNT KJ to abide by the result of said AN AGRY Commerce Commission.

n__........ un from the /
within two > oars .
) ...
,
? who under
( }, oniucit OP PIBLaCATI0& h.reof.Ibated.February. SAD illS 1 It._ K K HIIAW"- of :the state are qu.I".d ... and Ocala.-A Fla. -1,

Kls.lmmee to hold office
W: a ItlCTS.ItATTUUI repr
J (.1. ( ()W&JflH.
te Be. Filled. Tuesday that
To All \Vhe>m It Kay.C-.r. J-lt AdmlHlaLraturIM .Kil ; a 0.1.
.. city of R JENKINS
; It appearing from the sworn Mil of al to vote In Bald primary HI.lm.I been lynched at '

complain Hied In this caate that there inoiirvwiHAKTRR shall have the right to vote he having ben .
are parties 'Interested In the property eOtT UK OOUNTY .cIDUE STATIC 1'A1MH OK '} for body riddled '
other thaa theknown O/rATK OF HU.OHIDA.fn .. SURVYOR
Involved. In tilsuit KIC"'NtlVl'LLE ., Idil formayor. of the lynching i. .
'. aiul that the '
Respondents re Estate ofCHRIS .,..... for clerk '
names of auah parties .o imterestejil. are KABNNKU Osceola County The .na..llOrn..d candidate for treasurer by the negro Hall :
unknown to the Compl.ln.ant and that Notice to hereby ct wn, to all vttaom it by associate themse_. candidate for marshal and tax sages to white ,

.; relief Is prad in the said bill of com. may concernS that ati the 1st day of the purpeM of ;:' ;:; gro, so the story ...Pl.. ,
.plaint against said unknown Respondents. March. A. D.: 1916. I -hall apply to the and formbmfc a candidates for m..mber of ,
It Is. tsiereforv unD>ER D that Honor.le f M. Mur.J>y. Judge of sale by virtue erf the law. for two years tured by the mob
an Interest is the of for final Florida, with\ and under I Innocent and
all parties claiming- Court a. Judge I'rebat. sty members oT executive commit was .
.. proposed .._rter M. J.
:following describee veal I property altu dIscharge as Administrator of Uie one year very little ICE
,ate In the County of Osceola and Stile Late of Cstrls Kaena-sl decn.WI. and '1. TlMe f*>r .... ... affair and details
.of Florida to-wlt: The Northeast. Q.ar- that at the earns time4 will preoent toaald The name. of the ... person desiring to have his are
'i. ter of the Northeast Quarter of Section Court sny final .....unt. as Aidmlnistrator he the Flr.t Btate. Hank on the primary election and SURGEON '
IS In Townshtf% ) 27 south of Range ..31XBiast otanid ..Late.&nd..k fer their and Its vruM) c of Tallahassee Meridian..do vppear ap..vaL town or Keaannyille. In "h..1 file with the chairman of Monticello.-It is Stt Bank Building ,

to the Complainant', bill of complaint .1. H. HALL.KT. Administrator Oieeolm anfl state of. ..e. on or I..fo. J..bru..ry' H. Gilbert of this '
on or before the Rule Day In April A1I Dated Senet. llth A. D. 114. TIThe his notice of 4
A >. lilt the sanao being I the Cth day of general nature to have his name so prlnt- sell 60,000 pounds of 6 "
to he
transastedihall
'said month else the said bill will beitaksn b..nk"lnlbualn...,, a blank to be. furnished by throughout Florida ,
:: 4mnfd against them neneral : of this c om mil tee. and w o
h..o. l .
as
by the amount of his
further ORDERED that 0'" cO'trIcST.lepsriee as- -
Ana It tm OTIc.:1':
statute of tim state of Sydney. -
.
4 this order be published .once a as .p.IO. below and no THOMPSON \
week for 12 consecutive week. in the < .f tkr I.l..rlorNtatoo .lIted The amount of HI any .u.b .ndldRt.. ..h..1 be were lighter last .
capital .
.-1 Osoeola Journal weekly newspaper !...< OSYice.Gainesyille. .. corporation .hmll be upon or such counted ballot.or unless I weather conditions. v

';; published kn the aald County of Usce- (llfc.e>e>0.*o) I Hit In rs. to upon been compiled in January 3,472 DIRECTOR '
circulation kn said Florida. F..u..ry 12. JS15 .h.1
-,'-' ,4>la And. of general one hundred and fifty hIve and with favorable

oCoun.t,. To Ira L. Januia of unknown addr...... par .alu of One f'I K.r.m mt lit.!.*.. will increase 60 to
';, WftnesJ Uie Honorable James W. (lIOe .....b. to m>e paid and (
eontestw.:
In said election
primary
.; JPerkto.. Judare of said Court onsl mynainoas IV Prices are satisfactoJona.Vegetable ,
( '; Clerk ihecekof. and the official You 'an" b"rebrnoU"ed: that Polyjoor The toros for whle-h 4 try first and. second choice bal ,

<-i ...at.o t said Circuit Court. this the BKhmaji. ITlorld tlon .hall ex lilt shall '.. comJ.I..nc.. with the provisions. EMBALMER '
laws and th
'1r.t i4ay of January.. A. D. 1*16Gircmlt .. a. Ittsup.t.ffIc.. address. did on .
,/ ( J. 1.'. -OVBlRB111 '. January .\. '1816 file In this office *ils yeara., of the candidates for enrh of Khape as the rains .

r. 'Court Seal) As CLerk of .... Clreult duly corroborated application to cj>nterst The buslnes. of V the *be order.Vasvsss printed. on the ballot ; indications pint Chapel. Stewart AT* ,
cancellation of 't
Florida.
?>'r i f Court act Osceola County and secure the your shall be eeaidurtocl by f Retarmti. trucking
i JAMES JC. O NtBTON.e horor.tead entry No nilCl*. serial NoU1IMH. . sealn.
} By officersA :
committee shall meet at 8 of beans
,e\ Deputy Clerk made March 14. 111. for HK 14OwlIt acreage up .
section 29 townsksXP 2fi *., president one or. p. m, on the 4th day of March .
QARRBITT. dents. boar of .. I
JOHNSTON 4-)1t) Tsitaha..ee. meridian. a the Hty counel chamber of the Jacksonville
City
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XI -
Counsel for Complainant. range cashier; and such .tiier publicly can-
>d' and as grounds for Ml. contest he alleges -, employee .. the .. returns.. In accordance with field boulevard from
...
that said Ira James baa nererbeen
t thorise The board f
*
.:f ORDER FOR PIBLICATIOV.P en said land cinjy to d. a little said appoint subordinate .. y what election candidates law of have Florida been streets. In N.e of a '
work. and ha* never stayed on
with .uch
ployes e for each office voted for
tkjja' :\; ___M rear<. state .( Fiends, land OTernlg-ht.; has not been on said I' term of office an they chairman and ..cr.t.ry of this SURGEON i',, .
land in 10 month.
..
r be provided to .... .
t' .$OTCBth ndlclal tina Oaes-ela that You the are said, therefore allegationswill. further be notified taken' not inconsistent may with .. ,certify within the two names days of thereaf these I E Call For ,

: .... ,"--",. I Il as confessed and your said entry will : 1S7WS. VI receivingthe. to the city nomination authorities Painting and F. RICHMOND .

,l twgp O.Vteks, Complainant I be .canceled without further right to be The director shall b. ollc. as the nominees of this
) : f_ vs. heard either before this office or onappeal the stockholder at each the offices to be voted for INTERIOR WORK Clipped, fl and
4.i: 1. 8. Wick Defendant If you fall to file In this officewithin ing All other off1....r. general election to be held up

.' It appearing by affidavit appended to twesty day. after the FOURTH Shall be elected annually 27th, 116Amrmmmmtfmtm.. 21 M.bbtt Road
r
of this notice shewn
the above-stated cause I publication of director. The
,tb. bill filed In ".r: .
\
below, under .peclfIcally Klsslmm
your an.wer **
,that Myrtle 8. Wick., the defendant the .lock holder shall w ,
.
responding thru allegations .
of defraying
-therein named. Is a resident of the second Monday of purpose ex OOOOO _
.T";.,.,;stats of rlorld... and that her actual of conte.t together. with due proof that year the primary election Includ- '; ')
i '- residence Is unknown. M. she you have served a copy of your answeron VII. I| payment of Inspectors and
') ,r.laeeof hersslf. and Is over the the Mid contestant either in person Until the officer ..I.ct" printing of ballot. etc. the E M. L GREEN : .
'age of twenty-one years; It is therefore or by reslstered malL annual meeting of the i i assesment. are 1..1.against ,
.." ..ordered that said resident defendant Ton should stats In your answer the shall be ejuallfied the candidates various and DecormUra '
bo and obo la hereby required name of ths pestoRleo to which Ton corporation shall be be filled Real Estate I si.

) 'to appear to the bill of complaint filed desire future.notices' to ko sent to you. following named officers three dollars. I '
PERRY 1C COLSOIf. 'I 'i .
: In said cause on or before Monday the M. M. Bmlth. president; three dollars. Pat ; "
list of March. A. ID 1111. otherwise RecelTer.Oat first vice-president; R. V. three dollars. '
.< 'tth.*day a4ts>gatlo of.& .id'liU wlU.ha.laKfsn Ull.. ef first publication Febrpa.ry:9It1ot ond vice-president, B. F, ; and tax collector, three dol- : Rut bought T.2a ., : T
I ,
eonfessed by aald defendant. and If. M Smith. A. L.
*:.' It as U further i ordered th.tthleorderjbo : second p.t>ll cation.. Febroarjr Phillips. Q. B. .... . city council on. dollar.' ; Hol rented.

week for four eon- .. Paul II!. Tnidetl and a V'I Taie paid awl '
i tseoutlve published osee In a the Klsslmmes Val Dat. of'tlalrd pnWIcatUn. March 5.UU. .ectora. and clerk ; 'w. a Oravfet -
weeks ,0nowlnCor :. -. -
; bll.ba4,1D , VIII. nduo the. for noa-resiJnts --i. .
u lay Oaaotts. a n.w.pape..p
Dat. of fo.rtlll'p"l1eatlol1;. b U.
: ThV '
.t"'I', w. hlsThe.t amount of A CRAWr-OtD
...'T'jpi4 J 'his' a.t.11 January: 10th. A. p ..1011.r" ..1.5.i'r: . ,.. I.U or other liability to H. N. Bratton. J O. Van* Fu Life., and : / ,, .
: VJDIUlTRJtBT.J.oQ. corporation shall at any: J.: W. IJlly. I '
(CirouM .3.. I.. *'
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', Co Clerkit Cou"'UJrWB '" ,,;, .... 6 to.l. 1' Itself shall bo as limited : W. pr.nt& T- .
:>I HS'1"ON'D'" .. .etlsji lilt of the ...*. I I. 'Indemnltr Bond ,
...... ... .tf"'.... .J ; .
"" .<11..__ .. I V.Pe.t.dssaiM' -. AzOOIpTIdgiD the stats of Florida. . CJis4rynn. _, o.. au-J1' ,
". '1"1a .. .' o..u. -''" c .. .San to rare .u' ease .5 Itcbi.pnadmiesII.es -. '. 'The names and ....1._ ",'0 .; ,,..,. ,,

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::: MIMHIMMMlllllMlli: : '" 'l DEATH REVEALS BURBANK-S that, is '''right SPINELESS, fa now ton CACTUS sale by, FOR rooming SALE-Ten1room house, corner Broadwayr' "
t AFT"'Jii.BOY : and Brack street Would trade for;; .t
Samuel 1L.;; Kidder Monticello. Fla.
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Theatre NewsIIIMIIIIIIIUIIIH IWantAds-I smaller prop'rtyitwo Jots and good r,
: '"' Send for catalogue. This) .is the ,. farm: W. MU/Siver} WHELP ,
"HUSBAND1' world's .
r SEX OF forage wonder and solves '.I
& IIttnn .1 ... ',1.- the feed problem of the livestock WANTED-We require a n it{

I IN: fly'PEARCE It GLASCOCKf"The ,. industry of the Golf Coast states. 'FOR SALE-On* of the finest groves sponsibla business man in each locallty -- i aK.
Passing.of ;Two Gun lIicklI. ." OF-MANYYEARS LOST A in Osceola: county located only one to represent us.. -The Dewey
of
, ,in pair noseglasses in case, limits. ,
'- . the one motion'' picture show between' mile from city Fortyfiveacres Excavating ,
1
spur' : Kissimmee deserving of more than Finder Kissimmee and Thurman Ga- of, best citrus .land. ; twenty Woodward Building, Washington' ,'
City. leave at
,. 'IWR-ECK'i passing;,mention.- It-was no big feature Chicago, 111-Ida Wetnstetn, twenty. Eette office. please. 1I-U" acres in splendid bearing trees Finest D. C. Ml**
'..' I j or a much heralded-many-reeler six year of burled in the j variety of fruit. Yon can get ;; 's
but.when'we' saw "Two Gun first dress to clothe her body in rtx' .LOST-Leather pocketbook with $50 , Jthis grove; direct from the owner LOST-In business section of towa,
pass out Tuesday night at the Dixiean years. As Ben Rosensteln" and 'the N. Y.draft; $10 bill and old receipts. and save real-estate' commissions tan folding pocketbook containing t,
... !'-T t :-Echr"rd A, 'Spahler.: twenty- impression was left that will remain "hu band" of Pauline Rosensteln, with $5 reward for return to Mark Nor- Address Box 427. Kissimme. Fla. three dollars in money; receipt at
J. lour, eldest,;son of' W., 0: Spahler. a lor,more than..one-day and that whom the had lived for six years, Ida ris, 203 Broadway.'' 9-ltpd the State Bank of Kissimmee for .
+ prominent and wealthy: citlren of this will be recollected when other pictures died in a pitifully furnished bedroomIn 6% MONEY 6% MONEY ,% $20, also receipt for paper. If found
town/ waa 'instantly killed at about 2 are not even remembered. the rear of.the second floor of No. WANTED Orders for cypress flew LOANS maybe" obtained for any purpose please notify L. L.' Harvey,'at the, a
o'clock Saturday. moraine .when his Since the ten years that motion 1 186 Ogden avenue, a victim of tuber boxes. Prices right Oscoela Lumber on acceptable real estate se Gazette, and receive reward. '>
;_ ,automobile turned turtle and pinioned pictures have become a serious art, culosis. Her last request to her A: Furniture Co. 29-tf ; liberal privileges; correspondence 1f.:
him, beneath/ it at: a point near the there have been but two developments.The "wife" was that she be buried "in her solicited. A. C. Agency FOR LOAN on city approved realty i ,
.county home, about three miles southeast first came at once, and wai the first black suit." Company. 758 Gas, Electric Bldg., for one or more year, $500. Address ,i '. ;. F
\ ,v' of Orlando.' changing of mere scenic effects into, a Kept Sex Hidden. while I was away from her. Now I Denver, Colo. 446 Pierce Bldg., P. O. Box 127, Kissimmee, Fla.'C:
: Young Spahler, who lived in Orlando story carried along by action. A plot Pauline Rosenstein is twenty-six do not know what to do. I have lost St. Louis. 7-4t J '
had spent the evening at the home of action action pure and simple, has years of age. She weepingly! told the my dearest friend." TOMATO PLANTS-For sale 5,)00-:
3 t of his parents with a of been. the entire field of motion pictures details of her life as Ida's "wife," For some time "Ben Rostenstein's"name FOR SALE-Pair nice young mules, 000 Livingston' Globe, grown on '
; t ;.friends, and, had brought company his brother up till) within a few months ago. It' whose real l sex was not known here has been carried on the books of wagon and harness and two bug- virgin coil. $1.25 per M.; also bead. -
1earl to Taft In the same car in which is still practically the entire field, but even by the "wife's" mother until an the Jewish Aid society.WOMAN'S .. gies. J. W. Wilson, 524 Main St. quarters for sweet potato slips. J. i L
t \ he later came to his death. lie left recently a few films have been pro- undertaker took charge of the body. 7-8 pd R. Davie Bartow; Fla. 5-Btpjit? .- '
duced and shown that made the second "Ida came to this country seven GARTER MAY
his father' home at a late hour and BE CLUE TO MURDERER FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and Several nice Jersey -" ?
carried several of his friends to their step in the history of motion picture : years ago, she said. "Her"" brother- FOR SALE- young ''
development. That step is one of', in-law, Sam Cohen, sent her over. We wagon one 2 cy. Buick In good cows Just fresh. S. W. Down-
r s homes, and then proceeded to go on creation, the creation of character, and met and became fast friends in New Pjtblo, Colo.-A woman's pink silk condition good tires; must sell or tog Phone 241-U 7-tt [ rfj:
to Orlando} where he was engaged in I by it the "movie" is entitled to .serious York, here we roomed together at the garter, found in the pocket of Thomas trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O.
the motor livery business. I, consideration even as an art. New York Jewish shelter house. Fur-a at the time he was shot and Box 221 Kls lmmee. 7tf DWELLINGS for rent, opply to If. i, ;; '
'
The accident occurred within about Hick is killed during a celebration, may solve I Tiller.
The story of "Two Gun Reading Marx and Tolstoi suggestedthat ___ ;t
half mile of the and _
home th.
a it. It is
county mystery attending supposed
laid in the west, of course. We do Ida adopt a male role. We were
MONEY TO LOAN
Applicants received -
}t is dozing to have been the clue [STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 M
thenheel Sand some -not know whether or nor it is true to paid so terribly little for working in upon for loans from 100.00 to
v. while at n manner has cKistd which Gaviani Mule was arrested as for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.60. il
life, and that Hicks exists or a store. We could really live if one
:, pressed the clutch and gave the <> literally, but we do know that for of us received a man's wiges. Ida was a suspect in the double killing of $10,000, on improved and and farm unimproved lands.- Peach, plum, pear and cherry trees>1
r wheel a quick turn, thinking that he us "Two Gun Hicks" is now a true robust and strong. I wanted to be a Farm and Angelo Rosa, has father- Interest town 8 property% straight. Interest at 10 to 16 cents each. John Llght-'Vf
bad reached the abrupt curve jn the in-law. pay- foot E. Chattanooga, Tenn. 48-tf ,
the town, the ,
a e character. We have raw man also; we still could have lived able annually or semiannually.Time i\
road which the machine was approach- crowd terrorized But Ida said I frail. The garter bore the initials of a
saloon, the swaggering together. was too E fv
: One to ten Appli-
In t.: you,,,, woman to whom Farra and a years. 0 FOR RENT-8-room residence, fur-
: bv a ready-gun bully, and "Two Slv refused to hear of -it. She insisted for description
I cants loans will give
please 1"
.. The accident was not discovered un- Gun jacks," an impassionate, immov- upon my being her 'wife' in the so>i of !Mule are said to have been pay. location and valuation of nlshed, $15; 5-room $10; 6-room, I'
,, f 1.11'6 o'clock, when a chance passerby o nhle man of iron nerve who shoots' eyes of the world. ini.,; attention.London. . offered ,as security for '9. E. E. Wells, red estate and insurance .
came the wreck. The car had ._ property 20! Broadway.
upon the bully in a flash of lightning. Hicks Went to Work as: Man. -- - - -- loan. Slate improvements and val- ,
k, turned completely over, and pinioned I I is a primitive man who minds l his own 0 "I]da clipped her hnir and /got a job .- Iivin S. Cobli, writer, in- uation of same. '
'' (the young man beneath. From appearances business' hut who pets what h' wants. lift a packer. We were vciy happy. t .-r viewed I.oid, Kitchener recently. We want county representatives to FOIL THAI>K--New |68 vertical feed
death had been instantan 1 His "I'm Hicks," carries' the lofty I i For a while we worked in 1>)-'tro'1. Kitchener ge the interview under) receive applications for loans, appraise sewing: machine. "or' live stock:
- eous. I egoism, of a powerful man. I Then we went to Cleveland, where wi. I the, impression (hut he was to meet Ty property, and serve as our poultry or farming Implements. S. '; l
t Mr. Spahler was the eldest son of Hut then cnmes" the woman, just aso 0 lived us Mr.\ and 1\1\ ,.... Hen Cohen, coil Cobb l ballplayer.. exclusive\ representative. Attorneyor W. Downing. \ 7-t 'V
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Spuhler, of this ,dinary highly respectable' decencyloving : later mine to Chicago. It was here' real estate man preferred. Applicants x
town, was in his twenty-fourth year, woman, and "I'm II ,,chS" bends, 'I that liia's health began to fail. I for loans and applicantsfor FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story V'
and spent most of.the time in Orlando, to conventional moial-j, and) the woman's 1 i wanted, then to play the mun, but bit RUB-EV1Y-TISEV1 agencies positively required to store building on Brack St., North t
4'' : chauneuring. i picas.. :Still in his, submission) ' would not hear of it. She said: she. furnish at least two character references Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf t'
.)
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Besides the father and mother, the Hicks retains his dignity' and 1 pusses" I w.tt' lonely and afraid she would die Will cure your ItheulDllfiNln and forward postage, five
.' ,r deceased leaves four brothers Carl I, I Thlj.i ischaracter FOR wooden house
nut a newer and fuller man. Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps two-cent stamps, for application SALE-Two-story
Hollis, Aldrich and Marvin, and three and ehau, ,u'ter-d'velopna'nl.. | \ blanks, full particulars, and prompt and lot with fruit trees. Seven !- ,
Colic Bruises Cuts and
sisters, Lessie, Bessie May and Cora' As such it deserves to l I" placed nli>iiff- Sprains, reply. Write Southern Office, rooms and bath, electric lights. See
Lee. vide literary creations. Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects it at 407 Emmett. Apply at addressor
N I < __ __ Effect of Great Kidney I Southeastern Mortgage Loan Assn.,
1 1t I, I Etc. Antisrptic Anodyne, used:; internally Fourth Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Atlanta. write to August Koaz, 1220, Mississippi
.t f a nnd id rs. I 1'. F;. Morjran motored toKishimmie ( and externally. Price 2Sc. I Ga. 9-4t St., LaCross, Wis. 7-4tpd

w ( St. Cloud, W. I I.1.Friday) Sunnier last.Mrs. was a luisi-' Remedy is Soon RealizedI -.--

ness caller at St. 'loud Saturday.S. .
: :-:*
J. Riddle, who was here from
I liulentine, S. C., visiting his, son, IIr.l> feel it my duty to let you know II
There will be a shower dance at the L. (C. Riddle, returned to his home what Swamp-Kool did for n1l' I wasbothered THE NEWEST INTRODUCTION '
Vandenberg pavilion on the lake for I Sunday nlornin!!'. Mr. Riddle thinks I with my back for over twenty -
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Knight, this'' well of St. Cloud and is looking for- years and at times I could hardly ; ri '
f +' Thursday evening, and their many ward to the day when he can return.A. get out of bed. I read your adver- "
l .I friends are expected to avail themselves B. Mettler of Joliet, III., was a tisement and decided to try Swamp- ,
'', of the opportunity to shower visitor in our city this week. Mr. Root. Used five bottles, and it has ;& iIj,
b1 them with useful things and good Mettler is looking for a place to spend I been five years since I used it, and I ;
wishes for a prosperous and happy his remaining days and he save that I have never been bothered a day Rince
Pt St. Cloud looks good to him. Mr. Met- I I took the last bottle of it. I am

r; life.Mr.. and Mrs. John J. Smith, from tler is a retired Methodist ministerand I'thoroughly I convinced that Dr. Kilo The Cream of All Ice Creams
DesMoines, la., have become the owners we will be glad to welcome him ,o mer's Swamp-Root cured me and
t of Mrs. Anna Blaich's beautiful in our city. would recommend it to others suffer- '
J//o.l
nil Florida secure this wonderfully good
I 1.OI'IO over can now !
residence on Minnesota avenue. Mrs. Anna Blaich, one of St. Cloud's ing as I did. P
+ ('r'am--Ih. kind that ban rapti\aced the people everywhere
Wm. Somerville, of Berlin J oldest settlers, has been very Kick the I My husband was troubled with kid- .,.......<
i Heights, and Capt. W. P. Benham, past four weeks, but is now improving. ney and bladder troubles and he took ... c.,''' To the scrupulous care in making it due its richness-it*
Capt. G. E. Benham, Engineer F. W We hope she will soon be in her your Swamp-Root and it cured him iC -
Lewis, have purchased a motorboat usual health. I This was about five years ago. flavor.

the Katherine, from Rpnnymede, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gessfprd, Mr. and You may publish this letter if you 44 : /, The raw eronm comes from the finest Government inspectedrows.
her' engines thoroughov.rhauling Misses Aida Bleech. I
are riving a Mrs. Johnson.
choose. It'a tested I In our own lalioratory for Its per cent of butterY
and repainting and remodeling Cora Anderson, Katie Clawson Eda Very truly yours, .( fat.
the hull. The Katherine is Messrs. John Anderson, GeorgeClark MRS. MATTIE CAMFIELD,
z and Ed Albertson attended the R. F. D. No. 8 Gobleville, Mich. I .. The very finest quality of fruit and nuts are used In T1IK
cham-pion fair at Orlando on Friday last. \ KI.A KT KIND.To q
Subscribed and sworn to before me I
The dance given on Monday night of the doBtructlon of all bacteria all milk i.I Is
make
cure
a t.. leave soon for Miami by way of Kis- by Mrs. I la Covington and Miss Edith this 13th of July, 1909.ARVIN to 180 degrees of heat
Pasteurized subjected
,vi slmiAee lakes and Okeechobee and the Jennesi was a great success. St. Val- W. MYERS, I I eS
iMfc Indian river resorts. Any parties entine was always a happy gink so, Notary Public, f L I After the Ingredients! are mixed the cream la gradually cooled
'/ wishing to make the trip can call at of course, was unconfined. There wasa for Van Duren Co., Mich. y ';".. 't" to 32 deg-reea-then It la placed In freeters and from the freecers
' the Tribune office or at sugar mill on good crowd and several novel letter .. it Is transferred to the cooling.' room to harden; this room. Is kept 9

V canal for particulars. stunts were pulled off Miss Corinne Dr. KIISM A C.. ....... at sero at all times.
't ,... Mrs Veeder and Mrs. Vreeland Arrowsmith drew the prize which was RI........, N. Y.Prove NO HUMAN HANDS .TOVCH IT at any stage of Its making-and It Is made In a plant where the sanl-
j. I, "" spent Thursday and Friday In Orlando a lovely little cuple, which we believes What Swamp-Root Will Do Order It at the fountain, at :your favorite store tatlon could not possibly be Improved on.
!T'. ',i ,, attending the fair., brother to billikin. and as a ',
:' a a For You. It dealer has not :yet handled It. write u., and we will see that you are supplied.
a i :1'S. J.- Triplett, editor of the St.. rfllikin, is a god of happiness, Miss2orinne's your
Cload Tribune attended the The Send ten cents to pro Kilmer k Co.,
corona- future joy is assured
tion of. King Gasparilla at Tampa. : dance lasted until the wee small Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size > ICE CREAM
M. S. Berry, of Milo, Me., is one hours and evry one declared Mrs. bottle. It will convince Anyone. You foMPAItY.
1 among the late arrival at St. Cloud. ovington and Miss Jenness charming will also receive a booklet of valuable
(,, He had as a souvenir a piece of a Ger- hostesses. Refreshments of punch j information about the kidneys and i JACKSONVILLE. t,
,, man shell which helped to destroy a and cake were served in unlimited bladder. When writing, be sure and i
city on the east coast of England. quantities. We trust the good exam- mention the Kissimmee Valley Ga- PHONES 5043 and 984 Jacksonville, Fla. j jDiiie :r,

;. This piece of shell was sent to Mr. by the two ladies will be followed zette. Regular fifty-cent and one- >4 o-o *OOOOO OOO OOOO O C Oo-OO.COOo-O OOOOCOOOOO
Berry by his son, who was in that by another dance in the near dollar size: bottles for sale at all drug '
.V ;! at the time. stores. 7-4t -.- \
city future. - -- ----
;. ) Mr. S. W. Porter is numbered ,
the St. Cloud visitors at Tam- -- -
among/ -- -
/ ;
pa this week. O' **o-OOHOOO'C o-O o-c- O-O-C-- ) "
4 j Mrs. Ben Baxter took in the car _
!,e nival at Tampa this week. e
C 1 The Ladies Aid society of the M. We te// the Truth i

.k ; >iE. -church met at the parsonage on .
a February 9. There were thirty-five The"Attractive Way"Florida
ly present and fifteen states were repre- THERE GEORGE
sented. Refreshments were served and ONE STROKE
}
{:, v the social hour was enjoyed by all.
Northwest
The next meeting will be at the par..t.onette to !

".. on Tuesday, February 23. Re-
t '*"*._Snents will be served as usual. { L & N. trains give service to all the leading centers in the

t "Sponge Mrs. Northrop," which will will give be a talk interesting on the Central West and Northwest. They run from Jacksonville y

tp l and instructive. Limited to a dozen important terminals. At these they connect "
1 Mr. William H. Million and wife is fastest promptly for all the
surrounding country. Chicago
,
attend
Thursday last to -
} went to Tampa and finest train
j
V ( the Ga.parma.Mrs. St Louis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville -
y to the Northwest.
4 attended the fair at
p Pierce Atlanta, Montgomery, Knoxville; Nashville
", OrUr-do Thursday last and the only through ,- ,
C. B. Farris and wife, who have been errviceoutotJackaonville Evansville and Grand Rapids are

r spending some time with their pa- in the forenoon. A 6rst-cla; among the cities reached by
a 1 I ris.. 'Ti apt and Mrs. Farris, left train for Cnt-cUsi travel.. ,
u1 I Thursday evening for Kansas City, trains direct from Jacksonville.r
''Mo, where they will visit friends before Dixie Flyer is the year-round Jacksonville -
I returning to their home in Jef- to Chicago train. Leaves the South Atlantic Limited

I OJr.1a. .. former 8:30 arrivesChicago Y.
city night m.
p.
f feMrn Bert Powell, of Nebraska, is every Thapopu4r( train rus.lias1y byway of Atlanta ,
: the second .
;A1 numbered among the late arrivals.Ed early morning.Montgomery and Knoxville to Cincinnati. Louisville, '.
has returned after a few Route Express i is the .
George Cleveland. Indianapolis and intermediate .. .
jV + '' days' trip to Tampa, taking in the [11m] night train from Jacksonville for St. points. Solid through steel train out of

r *l carnival.MI. LptaIL Through sleeper dining-car service.
.. of Boston, Mass. J.cksonvilleatRl5p.m.daily: ,arriving <
,
ai .,";< :ITS.:-- Mary. Chamberlin, of Some L. & N. Service Points Ciacinnati and Louuville early 'V ; .,

Sterling Junction, M...., arrived Sat- i it next evening-one cightVlkit.Electric

1 ... urday evening for the remainder of Time cards and information regarding schedules furnished on appli lighted oches.V

a.,' I the Winter and Miss are Eva stopping Allen on Penn-with I cation. Tell us when you plan to start on your trip where you want to legroom and observation
their cousin- t OUR
avenue ONLY THE TRUTH NEED BE TOLD ABOUT ; go and what route you prefer. We will work out the schedules for you. sleepers Dining can serve ,,

1.-,N: yivanut Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman at- GOOD HARDWARE TO MAKE A SALE. Reservations cheerfully made. Write, wire or 'phone us. When you get to meals,including supper ,

. ',. tended the Daugrherty fair at Orlando was a last business week. WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS BY KEEPING Jacksonville we will see that your ticket are ready for you and auist ;you in leaving Jacksonville, 1L

'J Lynn on Thursday last. checking baggage, etc. One of our representatives is at all our departing trains. Daylight ride V ,
Kissimmee
: visitor to OUR HARDWARE BY KEEP. v
OF ; '
E. V Porter Just had to return to UP THE QUALITY ? Help in planning! trips gladly given. U you are undecided as to routes drop us a l line. through,GeorgiaPerhaps ; >
for the Gasparilla carnival. INC THE PRICE DOWN; BY TELLING THE TRUTH .. land .
,Tampa we can make a suggestion that will interest you and help to a decision. We want

G fA ... .'.' '.Mr. 'Adam' O.. are Kanauer spending and a few wife lays; of ABOUT OUR GOODS: AND BY GIVING EVERYONE to serve you in all travel. matters. Give us the chance and Me how quickly we will respond. ,,.Xwytdly. ....... ', "I !.t...

A {} ':1.1 leased.t St ClouA with our this Wonder week and City.are much THE SAME SQUARE DEAL. H. C BRETNEY' Florida Passenger Agent, Leuicnlle A Nashville Railroad ,"i .' ;;

'<.;The' famous Zimmer Sisters, who CAN YOU[ .ASK FOR ANY MORE? 134 Watt Bay Street (Bell 'Phone In),Jacksonville, Fiend. ,' ;!

t+ ' 'ar.'In 'St Cloud for.the;wlnur..gave US7 for detail :
'i 'In Haines City last Thurs DEAL'WHEIUtYOu'CltTTHlS MUCH-WITH. : Direct and divers routes tats California Exposition Writ ., t'
concert .. . .
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