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: January 21, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00734
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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EXCHANGE HAS KISSIMMEE DEFEATSORLANDO0Y41 DSCEOLA COUNTY IS GIVEN. BOOSTIN STATESECRETARY OF OSCEOLA WILL H



TO 9 EAST FLORIDA ANNUAL BOOKLET Y.M.C.A.YISITS CITY

I. ,y. PROVEN BIGSUCCESS EXHIBIT ATTwoFAIRS

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL FIVE -- O. E. MAPLE JACKSONVILLE..

PLAYS. RINGS AROUND OR- Osceola county is given a splendid also run through Kissimmee. As a HERE IN CONNECTION WITH

ANGE COUNTY BOYS IN TIlE boost in the East Florida Annual recently fish-shipping center Kissimmee is one WORK OF STATE ASSOCIATION

; FIRST BASKETBALL GAME OF issued by the Record Company of the largest in the state, and per. AND PLANS SELECTION
at St. Augustine. This booklet which haps leads in the cattle industry, hundreds OF
THE SEASON PLAYED AT BALLPARK will be sent to all parts of the United of thousands of dollars in live. LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS. .

HERE. States i is a l finely. printed and design stock being shipped annually showing G. CRAWFORD NAMED. _

LOCAL CITRUS GROWERS ASSO- ed publication and although the write- a large increase. A packing
up given this county was unsolicitedand house operated by the Florida Citrus DECISION REACHED TO SEND DISPLAY
The Osceola
High School basketballfive O. E. Maple state
CIATION FORCED TO LEASE defeated the Orlando High School unpaid for it should;t bring good Exchange, and two independent pack- Florida State Young secretary Men's Christian of the OF PRODUCTS TO SOUTH

ANOTHER PACKING HOUSE IN team in the first game of the season results. The article says in part: in T houses ship upwards of 300,000 Association is on a brief visit to Kis FLORIDA FAIR IN TAMPA AS
Osceola has hills boxes of citrus fruit. This
Tuesday afternoon at the ball park county lakes industry simmee in connection with the WELL AS TO THE
ORDER TO CARE FOR FRUIT is workof FIVE-COUNTY
prairies and timber lands. The classes growing rapidly and many groves
here by a score of 41 to 9. the state association. This Flor.
OF MANY NEW MEMBERS NOW The local team played rings around of soil and the nature of the land in lire now under development. Truck ida association is a hew organization MID-WINTER'. FAIR AT ORLAN-

the visitors and at no stage of the Osceola county are so varied that I crops are grown quite extensively and I in the state. It was organized in Au- DO.
JOINING BODY. there industries the is of importance !
are a great many industry becoming mare -
game was there the least doubt as to I gust and began its active work in Oc-
that can be entered into in this coun- as is evidenced by the fact
the result. Coach Harris II j toiler.
had the
advantage II I Previous to that time all work
of an entire team of veteransand ty with every assurance of success. that many tracts are now being turn- I of this kind was done by the Georgia PUBLIC ASKED TO AID
Cattle raising, fruit trucking ed over to this end. ;
the boys showed that they growinr' association its secretaries
TO BUILD EXT YEAR were : as could
: in fine condition. If they continue the fishing, naval lumbering St. Cloud.St. I find time to come into Florida.In I _
same sort of playing as that shownin I have been! gone into in a big way. Cloud, a city of 3,000 population I
an interview Mr. in COMMITTEE NEEDS .
the first The classes of timber found there are with an assessed valuation of $700- Maple says I MORE COOPERATION
encounter the local high'
PRESENT CAPACITY OF TWO school has fine chances of principally pine and cypress with 000, is on the Atlantic Coast Line part: "One of the most important TO SECURE FINE
carrying
I off the state I some oak. The fruits grown extensively : railroad, nine miles from Kissimmee. I I parts of the work of the state associa- ARRAY OF PRODUCTS FOR
BETWEEN: AND) championship honors. tion
HOUSES 3 4 is the selection in each
The are: citrus fruits, peaches, .I4* was established in 190! as a col- i commun-
CARS DAILY WILL HAVE TO next game to be played here I pears pineapples and bananas. I Ij oily for Federal veterans and their 1 ity of a correspondent who will l he EACH FAIR AND PATRIOTISM

BE INCREASED: ;) TO :5; OR 6 NEXT will be against next the Mutes, St. Augustine I j Among vegetables are found potatoew friends. There is n cement block 'officially Known as Corresponding ()\\o' PEOPLE IS APPEALED TO
on Thursday afternoon. It
\ E.\H-SO\IE: : GROWERS; NOW I is hoped that the townspeople willturn .|! beans, rukes, lettuce tomatoes, I manufacturing/ plant, a cigar factory Member! of the (Honda Young/ Men's I I IN ORDER TO GET ARTICLES
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in 'okra peas, onions, cabbage, beets, !'no\ city works) (ice pj'int, waterworks, Christian Association. I His I duties will FOR DISPLAY J READY FOR
out large numbers at this THE
"ISIIIIE: (; : IOFIosii: I I' WILL be
I land. l school to Iv-ep in close touch with the
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eggplants cauliflower 'squash pump-j, telephone; Presbyterian
and 1 lend thc'il'
game: 1 encouragementto OPENING.Osieola: .
II \\' 1TO: WAIT rVI'lL: COMLMJ: : ; team.Kvery / kin, .etc.1 Feed, forage, and hay crops |u Roman, Catholic]: Baptist. :Methodist i young' men of the community and to j
:Native !' Sudan ( hri. .t and Se\enth I AihentistI notify i thr stale I 1I"o..iallOn of Mot* at ;
SEASON.: ): I, : member( I" of I the team de-serves grown are: grass, Natal inn Day
.1)a< l KMHIVICvhin i u !| of them ,
lit for, ( ti. chin i r'h's. and I meeting i house forhiisiim one mov 'sto county will have an exhibit
<'rt! the ability they displavedin I I I ,,
IhiIi,'.. Tiller, who The population I I of I Osceola county i is < | scientists\ aiid four hotels.'The another, city 1 or I, tves for college, III the :South: Florida! Fair in Tampa
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I.at nothing) sicfe: ,illike succe'sis the foul goals game.for t II"a, well-shot estimated at !S.IHill', nrd the as.sn.ssed i'''' St. Cloud First National': Bank ,for. I Ilie lirst t iI11<'. The Jacksonville.flice i I i's well uS I the Five-County Fair in

: i ::111 old! sa; ing wlin-h Mam.gt t r J. 'Iih'I'f I ,,'" anil I missed i only I twoh.imr.s valuation, at :$: :id4; 4nO7l(l > Oseeolacounty bus a capital l i I of :S.;-t"IIMMI, ,(I and depositsif i IOU' -dmtel.information on ',',' of I this I II land" This decision was reached
1 .
W ""' ''11i-. of the Isissimniee' ( 'ItU'" ,' out of the elexcn which, has many clt-ai-water, lakes, .WMMMI( ( The St. ('l!< vid Bank and OJKMenee ,:. up a mi J'I'-po.d-; : at a meeting t of prominent citizens
( ,mwei.s" affiliated, with wereawarded ( iid! ha ; I Trust *" with the iissocuition, Coi responding I- I hId last
\s-iviation. I I the* I loc'ils fouls I, the ii a naviiral'l'1 i, : 1 si I i"cam in I the I iimpany haa capital of : >,- ) Saturday. Howard Curry.
on by
t the 1 'I"1 i .,,1:0: Chins i i KM: )liniie-e' deflates "lt i !a(idn Ii",(.. J.; 1'.'. ," 'iiec i\i-r.. huh, i ininictl.s I h.' ("(lull. 1 lout 1 ham not yet 'npi 'tied! up its :.Member, pastor or other chiistiannit : representing the: ou Florida. Fair
I is 'iiw app'if.iiili' ] t" I this I nrg.-ini/iliiin.: : I 'I 1 he" 1111 follows waterways. the 1"lf; and to the hIJlI.II'fOI', deposits. <;iret, heiiiruf worKer" of the plat1 to which I he was present anil I explained the scope
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I M,,. sureIVI, IinuIIini, id' the rlllu Kissimni LIIi 1 \tlai.tie Ocear.) The county(( hunting citll": me laised M.uth of St. ( 'loud joung man: f M'04"-. rulliiig their alten nf the Tampa' Fai r. Present at the "

I i inn P nl ,its t menibei,) ** hils: made: t the\ ,and liiilloik:' e-. iruaids'liiler., ; center.Johnson: "lieutcr and\ liieiiMfm resident-, I I I- I l.no/ / per year, 'mid, t the", !,,,U,,It \. Im-iress\ piovin' lion to the slranm-r: within, tlieir 11..tin"I'l'/ A. K. Thomas, I II. R

a "I'lilmi-' ". p'ipiilai: i tt.at within I t }i I i II1 heI \ I l.nrell i i I I, I ImwVlds.i l I II] .|-/liei i ,1"I', t .I k a 'lilllllhfl, of III"' fur .Inhn-ciM the last fewini'iulrs year\ ( ; nun-ie-iil, nt.s of tin -llItt.. ;Sl.:i, new I mil u is l lieine: ; i,1.1 'Im 1 fruit t sevt n states 1 h\e: t this I I .sysIIM ."y. c-ha'man of the county rommisstoneis -
nit ti,,1-' l hae, I leen added and I now 1 iif I in i The l } county! utTicii-I ait1 ui- follows, : t'tiv "citnis I fruit( ind'i-ti.\. u ha\ing/ ,,," ii'vouling,; to t the In .t annual repoit C. A. Clinton, W. J. Fripp, secretary

the eapafit: > of the oigani/ation' to t ''I I 1:1:i lido play.( 'in' ni II. ee'iter, ; ('. At'der-, Judge, 'j 1'. M I ;.Miirnh.i ; ( ''elk. .1. L. found i, i \eiy i I piolitalde.I u I, I but, not. I laig i I l\ iif last I yi iir" ;uid! hal i HlJ.'t I : corresiundeijts. ( i of the Kissimmee Produce \

!h.i| ,die, the f i nit )has: \I.IMI, ti\eil: 'until ome, of I th" e who desire" membership ) and liiewer, guards. ] (C. I.. Bandy; assessor( \\'. J.Harber I. 1''''''"d"I,1, I h. Bun"d 'if Trade: and is appointing l t / coiii I 'IX>iid i tug' me'iilieis'as \ '((list riitor for Osceola county.
will he foiced to \\:iIt until next Points ; twuhuu-r, 's. I I.. I I.upfei) ; siimriiiteiid I J t d. Revnoli'-s' I- seereti: y. The St. rapnlly a.s possible, and it i is the The matter of securing the
were l made u.s follows: l'orEissiiniuieoI'illi'r I exhibit ,
hope of the offuMiilK that almost |
.sen-mi. 1 ,, 1 field goals :U t foul was left
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I order take of the fruit E. Ye with of I () hundred I communities will I I have these I'I I;
In I to care goals !9 I; .J a rI..1I, field goals, 1 ; Johnson well. C'j ii subscription rate $1.50 per the I to Mr. Evans; who also has charge of ,
repri"ntutives'witliin
of the mcitilieis. the I The Semmolc Land I liuestmnl next year.
hissim.iiec. &
ninny 'new association year. i the Orlando Fair exhibit. '
field i
goals I 11 I ; Jlerzberg, fieldgoal A. E.
has .been forced to lease the) I. For Orlando--'ornell, field A little Jo the west of the ,' : ,'omp"0" II" a considerable} Hunh'e(I of young men are. followed |1 Thomas was added to the committee
"Ih..r"at."s) A: Carson packinghouse foul part of Osceola county lies KIR..im-j acreugi' of land and. real estate; agentsare in this way every year. It i is said that |i to assist Mr. Evans in the
goal, I ; goals, ::1 ; C. Anderson, work. The
adjoining the larger one leased I: field goals, 2; foul goal, 1. moe. a beautiful little city founded in |, H. F. I Rails, .. B. Kennedy A. E. the first twenty-four hours in a new {' exhibit at Tampa will make a specialty .
at the l beginning/ of the season. The I 1880, with an approximate population Drought S. W. Porter, W. G. King place very largely determines the of the permanent exhibit of the "
larger house has a capacity( of between I of 5,500 at the present time. It is and Defendorf & Watts. i I, trend the young man's life is to take (,irI8' Canning Club, staples feed '.

I, 2V4 and 3 cars a day and the : MIEISUNOAYSCHOOLOUTGROWSBUILDING situated on the main line of the At- Ba..nlt..r. '' while there. Many a young man has I hay, canes, syrups, etc. A splendid
14 4 smaller oneran turn out about a car ,, lantic Coast Line railroad between Bassenger is a settlement of 65 been saved foi righteousness: and exhibit of hides, skins, and heads of I,
a day. With the fruit now in the'j Jacksonville and Tampa, and is the population.. on the Kissimmee river. :i j I I !good citizenship by these follow-up animals of Osceola county will be furnished '
groves and yet to be handled it ia es- :, terminus of the Florida Midland and It has a school and Methodist and systems in other states. One business the committee by Holmes i J.
timated that the two packing houses i the Sugar Belt railroads. The city is Baptist churches. About 150 acres man on being informed of this Prather. Earl Lupfer and Lewis .',
will be kept continually in operation I well laid out and has several pretty era> devoted to citrus frut: but the lino of work remarked that it is much the .,.de"mIJh.4 Lang ? ..
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for the next sixty days at the rate oft BARACA AND BUSINESS: parks one of which is located in the chief" industry' \ livestock raising; and better to follow the young men with ... .--
MEN'SCLASSES The
: to 4 cars daily. TO : center of the main street with broad local farmers own about 10,000 head I good influences than to wait until committee Is experiencing: difficulty -
ERECT
Between sixty and seventy-five persons I STRUCTURE ON NEW thoroughfares running on either side. ,of cattle and 1,000 head of sheep. they go astray and then send a detective in getting fruit exhibits for
VACANT LOT both fairs
after them to land them in and .owlng to the fact that
are now employed in the two A municipal lighting plant serves the Kenansrille.Kenansville I
ADJOrNING CHURCH I
AND CONSTRUCTION : the
packing houses and the plants are I city, and its sewerage and water systems is a town establishej prison. amount appropriated is small,
\ running at full speed daily. STARTED AT WORK ONCE. WILL BE are very modern. Churches of I in 1914 with an estimated population G. G. Crawford has been appointed considering the fact that two exhibits .
This condition of affairs is pleasingto all popular denominations aie well at the present time of 300. It is on corresponding member for Kissim- must be provided, the members of the

those who were instrumental in the The Raraca class: taught by Prof. represented, also the various secret the Florida East Coast Railway and mee. to committee for can not see their way clear J
organization of the Exchange branch R. M. Evans and the business men's and fraternal orders. Public instruction South Florida and Gulf Railway. It pay the exhibits. They are appealIng ,
here and indicates that Osceola county class, taught by the Rev. S. W. Law- is handled very satisfactory witha has a telephone company a school. to patriotism of Osceola countf ;
I!:,. has entered the Exchange list to ler, have outgrown their quarters beautiful school with an enrollmentof building is soon to be built, as i is alsoa OSCEOLA COUNTY MAN aid; growers them and ask that the growers
remain. The showing made by the in the Methodist church and have some seven hundred. There is also church. Lake Marion a fine freslu by sending exhibits, so i'
"V association in its first year also Indicates planned to erect a building of their a business college with a comparatively water lake, several miles long is located that the county can make a rood
yu that it will be necessary for own on the vacant lot north of the large enrollment. There are two miles wet of the town, affording STUDIES NATAL HAY the showing Exhibita may be sent to t.
V-jfr i '" the organization to erect its own church building proper. several hotels in the town, two of the finest of bathing and fish. vacant storeroom in the Miller-

u packing house for next season and Work will be started on the new which are equipped with modern facilities ing-. Kenansville has a state bank Stanford building: adjoining: the Taylor ..
_& that the new house when built will structure at once. It will be 25 by' and operated on an excellent with a capital of $15,000. The real C. W. MORSMAN PAYS VISIT TO grocery, where:! they will be arranged "

'1-- be equipped to handle five or six cars 40 feet in dimensions and will be basis. There are two banks with a estate agent is A. L. Hunt, of the LAKE COUNTY TO LOOK INTO for shipment to both fairs.

. daily built of cypress with covering of I combined capital of $135,000.00: and Okoethobee Company. It affords fine SUBJECT OF GROWING CROP 4th The and Tampa fair opens on February

k Osceola county citrus growers have shingles, the architecture being of the one we. klV newspaper the Kissimmee hunting, fishing, boating and bathing. AND PROPER 12th. continues until February
J begun to see with the other progressive bungalow/ type. There will be two ''Valley (iazette,, the subscription of There are plenty of deer, wild turkey SECURING SEED The Orlando fair opens:! on
'. counties of the state that organization -' class) ,rooms 20 by 25 in fcize. A kitchen which is $1.50 a year. Two large lum- i, ,duck and quail in the vicinity. 400 POUNDS OF WHICH liE February 15th and continues until
is the )key to marketing and | will be built as a lean-to and the I il her plants located in the city furnish sidel able land is being cleared in BOUGHT.: I February Ith. Exhibits for the
-1 distributing problems.". ] 1 building arranged so that both classrooms j considerable work for the laboring' vicinity for /general truck con-I/ I Tampa fair must be ready not later

"t (;iood i prices still prevail in th? mar- can be thrown into one large man besides several that are very i I :Narfoossee.Narcoossee According I I than February 2nd and the exhibits
,f kets and the Exchange people believe room for social functions. i close. to the citv. The timber used in is a town of 200 / the Eustis Lake Region for the Orlando fair not later than t
that will be maintained from 'these 1 lation branch line of the A popu'j C. W. Mo reman, of Osceola February 12th.
j they as Both of these classes have grown : mills is mainly yellow pine and on a
i now -on: the organization forces will rapidly of late and there are almost cypress. Mr. H. R. May is the pres.I'tic Coast Line railroad. A ('on county, is preparing to enter the natul Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, who is in charge
T control a majority of the crop to bef fifty members in each class. The COt mayor of Kissimmee. ; J. R. Gilbert I :i able acreage is devoted to citrus fruit> hay industry on a large scale. The of the domestic science department

.hsipped.j crowded condition of the Sunday city clerk; and J. Roberson, :i and shipments of 2f>.O)0() ) boxes are paper says: urges all those who have exhibits
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school classrooms made the new building city treasurer. A most active commerciul i I i nuide annually. :Many local farmers Mr. C. S. Morsman, of Kissimmec, which will come under this heading
I necesary and the" decision, to build bodv is the Board of Trade, of I are engaged in livestock raising anI''and son, Dr. !\Ior man, of Duluth, to send their exhibits to the room des-
j FUND STARTED FOR was reached after the matter had which Mr. II. Clay Stanford is president : I there are in the neighborhood of the I' were sent to Lake county by Mr. U. !i igiiatsd and to send to her their

)been considered, from every angle./ I and Mr. J. W. Prentis, sec.retary. I t tKissinunee town 2,500 head of cattle, :$.">0 head of E. Evans, the county adviser of Osce- names and the kind of exhibit they
has excellent streets as I hogs and 1,500 head of sheep. The ola county, Flu, to obtain full information -'will send.( Mrs. ("arr may be address-

SEATS IN CLUB HOUSE well an roads running out of it, and i ifc :Narcoossee Farm & Townsite company from our county adviser, Mr. i ed at 112 Clyde avenue, Kissimmee,
; WORK BEING RUSHEDON I now diligently working to complete I owns considerable property and Wm. (;omme, on the subject of Natal ]i or may be called by telephone No
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I its end of the Dixie Highway. Th [ I C'[ W." Bruns is the only real estate hay production and securing seed. !, 119.
".' At the entertainment Tuesday ev- Lee-Jackson and Scenic Highways i agent. III r. Gomm and the editor of the '' Messrs. Evans and Thomas have
i tning at the Hart Memorial Club ORLANDO HIGHWAY Lake Region escorted the visitors on I I been busy all this week arranging for

jjj House, which was crowded to its Capacity ..- ---------- --- - - - - - - - - - - a tour covering(' 35 miles, taking in I the exhibits and have provided ship..

.v one of our citizens made a 1----------------------------------- j the most densely set Natal hay region ping tags to designate the articles
. voluntary contribution toward a fund Actual work on paving the three LIBRARY NEEDS MORE of the county at rand; Island I in the exhibit and their owners.
. for more completely seating the build miles of roadway in Osceola county I i, and Fruitland Park. The visitorscontracted II Large posters will also be placed on
' ing. The need is patent to all, and the which will join Kissimmee with the '! for 400 pounds of Natal the exhibits to hhow that they are
I, ladies who are so generously affording brick highway to Orlando is now in ; HOLDS MEET SUNDAY SHELVES FOR BOOKSThe /grass setd and will confer with Mr. I from (),.('.?ola county, "the fastest
. entertainment to the public' richly progress. J (;omme aliout more. The gentlemen growing county in the state," and the

... deserve to have our people" follow this The road is torn up for almost the i I were amazed at the broad fields of name of the individual owner. .

" example and provide ample conveniences entire distance to the Orange county ) The Kissimmee Sunday School as- Kissimmee Library at the Hart I :Natal grass that were shown them 'I

"! for those entertammepts. This line and the Alabama Pavmg comi oociation will hold its quarterly con- M(.morial Woman's Club is in need ofbookshelves. and they returned home ,'onvll1..l..1''Ihat BAND NEEDS
it. and others Lake (county is the home of :Natal MORE
movement is voluntary, i pany has a force of men grading the vnetion Sunday afternoon at the I )
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?i should likewise volunteer their offering.s roadway and laying the curbing inpreparation ''Christian church, beginning at :3 p. If anyone has old }bookshelves hay and good loads ( sand-as

. without solicitation. Indeed for the laying of brick. m. which} are not in use or those in use I phalt.) FUNDS
7, there is need for a much larger building ''|! Engineer Ramsay, .of Orange county, I II The follows which can 1 he spared he will confer a :Mr. :Morsman 1 i.s properly termed SAYS SMITH

i .. which our people should erect on'i I "ho was enTJrtnyed! by the Osceola program favor upon the library by donating/ .: the Natal Hay King of Osceola county _
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a this site in the near future. county commissioners, to superintend 1. Importance and value of District loaning them to it. and has six acres of fine hay at : suct'es.- -
, These entertainments ure clean and the work, is rushing the work justus and county meetings; to be led :Miss Rogers/ who is in charge of 1st. Cloud, Tiiplett's town. We pre- The of th<>Viand; concerts ,
: uplifting and should be perpetuated'' fast as posible, in the hope of haying by John L. Overstreet. the library has been trying to find ''dirt, however, that the lessons learned I during the pr >nt. wir.ter season is
. and enlarged. Let's keep the movement I / I the road ready for the opening of 2. THe International association as some one who would donate the I while with :Mr. iomnie last Friday beinir pore a' d lore realized every

4 going the Five-County Fair in Orlando on an economical agency for the advancement shelves! for some time but has so far will result In :\Morsman: doing/ missionary I Wedi", !.iy n-fht Tourists, winter
, I I'Vbruary) 15th. I I Ij of' all Sunday school interests failed to find work to the extent of expanding visitors' and townspeople arc turning \
:T J. S. P. File, who has been managing -'j' It is necessary now for persons j' ; to he led by Dr. W. U. With- She would any.appreciate cash donations I the acreage of Natal hay in On- out in large numbers each week and

""!. the branch furniture store h..re'{graveling the road between Kissim- ,I erspoon. for the purchase of shelves, if ceola from six to thousands of acres! I the band is showing an improvement
;, for Kincaid & Snowden, of Orlando, :i owe and Orlando to make a detour I 8.! Should we not emphasize rather none can be found who will donate I It can I be done. Three years ago there in every concert. I
, and Josh Barber, who was office man through the woods in Osceola county i| what we can put into this work than them. were all told inly -40 acres in Lake I At present the hand is being main- '

".. for the Bryan Realty company, left i j in order to get around the work now 1 what we can got out of ,it: to l L.e led hI- I _--- - ----- I. ,'countv -todav there. are. li.OOO; ) and tuinod I IV H fund nt SolO( nor month" _
last Friday with an avowed! intention in progress. Rev. S. W. Lawler. THE METHODIST CHURCH expanding by the hour. :Mr. Gomme I $25 being donated bv the city i council;;

t of going to England to enlist for service I 4. The International Sunday says thel'e'II'be 10.0110>() acres. in Natal and $15 by popular subscriptions,
; in the European war. School does not exist, nor seek sup hay in Lake county next spiing.i I \V. A. Smith, one of the enthusiastic
: Subject for morning hour: The Secret -
. SHINGLECREEKNOW I port, for its own sake ; but in order ,I mine hers of the band, believes that
-Y- of Power :Matt. 17:19-21. For
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f ; : this, amount should be raised in order
c----------. -> that it may aid the schools to do more
' ''' effective work the evening hour. Love' Last Plead-j i to keep the boys interested in the
; to be led by Rev. A. TUCKER BRICK CO. IS
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1 ing, Matt. 2t!( :50. : cordially ,
I .,. ANOTHER PROOF THAT HAS EPWORTH LEAGUE M. Chisholm. II : Everybody j work. Me says that there should be
:. ADVERTISING: PAYS I : 5. Are. wo emphasizing sufficiently | invited to attend the services.The at least $24 per month for the leadert
: + 0) 1 the matter of makingthe- scope' of music will I le good and the pastor I GETTINGMILL READY 1. $4 ach for the fifteen band members, I

0) Mrs. F. W. Brady who o'cu0) The Shingle Creek Junior Bibl-2! ; j the Sunday school program complete hopes the sermons helpful. Thestrangers j j ji which would allow them 50 cents for

I < pies apartments in the Valley + class was given a good talk on the in cradle roll, home department, organized i j will find a cordiaL-welcome. |I one rehearsal and one concert each

<. Gazette building, called at the + origin and work of the Epworth I I classes, etc.It is expectedthat J. W. liusby exhibited, an unusual i! A force of fifteen or twenty men is r week; $5 for room rent and $5 for
office this week and asked that + League by Miss Cecilia Overstreet, I i, Dr. Holt will discuss this topic, ''souvenir to his' friends this week in !i at work at the mill. formerly known J music, which would make the total 3.
<00 two classified adcertisements + secretary of the Orlando district, and but he could not be seen before time th, shape of'''a velvet lined case con.I an the Kissimmee Lumber company's $94 per month, or $54 mpre than theyare

.<00 which she had ordered run in the -c. work of the different departments by to write notice for the paper. I j tainip)> 't'b o"Tw., ': .. pj-tyrecial! design, plant overhauling the machinery and now receiving. ,
&; Valley Gazette be discontinued. < Miss Ruth Clark last Sunday after which were produce: : by the United I putting it in shape for operation asa Mr. Smith says it some arrange.
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&: t 00 "We surely know that it pays + noon. The class the* -de lded to organize Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moore. of Greenville States mint at San Francisco for visitors part of the 'plant of the new Tucker mont such as this can be made he .
' : +'to advertise in the Valley Ga- + a league and with Miss Over- Tenn., spent several days in the to the exposition there. The Brick company, which will manufac- will guarantee just as (rood a band
+ zette. We got: results immediately <000. street as chairman, the following: officers city this week. They stopped with case contains a silver half'dollar, gold ture the Tucker wood-tex brick. here a* any city in the state can'

&: < and we have been receiving 0- were elected: President, Raymond Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner. Mr. dollar, gold two dollar and a half Actual work on the brick plant boast. _________________ ,
+ : callers and inquiries by mail 0- Niswonger; secretary and Moore is a grocer at Greenville and piece and two fifty-dollar gold pieces proper will begin within a few -week CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICE '"*"
if. + in numbers although the.articles treasurer Edith Niswonger; first vice has been spending a part of each win- one circular nad the other octagonalin

we had for sale,were taken sev- <0- K-es.. Curtic Yates; second vice pres., ter in Florida for the past five years. shape. Only 3000 of the fiftydollar J. J. Whidden, who is in the butch- Instruction and confessions Satutv..'
: ,+ *ral days ago.;* <0.U. Mildred Anderson; third vice This Is his first vialt to Kissimmee gold pieces are minted and Mr. ering business at West Palm Beach day January 22, at 7:30'p. m.
,. --'. ; . pres., Miss Margaret Anderson; and he Mras very much pleased with Busby expects them to be valuable in was shaking hands with his friends Sunday at; 8 a. nx, followed by Sunday
.. ... ... .-. ... ".'.. ... fourth vie pre ., George Oventreet.I th,!. city/ the year to come.. here last Saturday. I sch oL .: .::' ', .

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1 .... ._, .. ., GAZETTE FRIDAY.. JANUARY 21, 1916 .:
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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette 1\ PICKING FLAWS IN "BASS'. REPLYt ," =J was taken to prevent the editor of the Tribune '**<> *X'* "*<' .9><.* *frs 04000>OOHOO OHOOO'" I

I, -' .. from contesting with me the commisslonership

VultlUhrd V.rrrr Krlday. When a man signs an article, insofar as the .tram this district. iSAID J ABOUT KISSIMMEE 1"1

1 ", Of**. !. Valley tlnxtlc llulldlnir. Hl..lnnn r,. VI*. public concerned, he is the author ,of it, regardlessof I desire to'state (that bath statements are false .
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p r who penned the words. It may be possjble (hat in every particular. i AND OSCEOLA !
W. H. RAIIIIM ANI) E. (1. VA>jIJ AnKW, Owner. Commissioner A. F. Baas wrote the letter printed As to the candidacy of the editor of the Tribune i COUNTY ;

K. K. JVA |!<;M5. Editor M.n. in the St. Cloud for commissioner from ? /
and Tribune this
last district I 2'/
ifrr. week in reply! to articles know that he ,............__.... <.A_......... _..A.A.... ........ ... ......._ .L 0 ... . O o .01 .'.
in the I will not seek the office would -Yr ---.o---- T.-"rv-rv-rv-fTrvvvvvvv .vv'fvvvwirvii'
i ftulxrrlpllon Raul I Valley Gazelle, of the week before ancj not have .it if

.On. Copy Onn. Yc-nr -'--___ __..____n________ II f'Ol.OO' criticizing the action 'of the county commissioners tendered him, for the reason that his membership The Graystono! hotel at Kissimmeewill At this rate & nine-foot road would
One Cop)'. Kl Ix !MonllmVn .___n___. ;._________,._ in awarding a portion of the I, on the Board would preclude the Tribune from )be under the management this cost $5,100: per mile instead of $3,-' i
______ __.________ county printing ot the get
COJl)'. Three Months. .16 winter of O. C. ,il'iereeformerly con- 500. The Osceola county commissioners e
tSl. Cloud Tribune. We ting any portion of the
aVe county printing.As .
'1 certainly entitled to our nected with the Tampa Hay hotel.- threw tiie' bid out.-Clearwater
I All) coinmiliilrHMonn. cxeit| from our nut hoi Ui'dorrripundpntn. .1I opinion in the matter and our private opinion publicly to the reasons for advocating the Tribune /.olfo Springs Truth.. Sun. v
I moat h. alyn.I l l>y the ,'rl1er.j I expressed is thai the letter in question [being made the official organ : The Tribune is ...- --.: -_ ,
Rejected matter will not bv returned' unU' s rnllrd was than .Joe Sears; Florida's: "liabv"( ( conRTCHwrnaii The Tribuneaelnowledges the receipt '*m
I written by none other than the editor of the Tri- more nix years old, has never' received
any house
j lor.f" I prpside-d\ l 1 over t the of of a copy of the new Osceola J Ji
"I 'bunc. I part of the county printing, is a' new pu"r, the "rc'jm'Hpntutivps" the other day. The (i i county! booklet issued by the commissioners i.,

f" (1"1 ICnle-fd)-cl"In.. .the nlntlnr.rj I'onlofllei- 1 KlmtlmnM-i-: Klin Ida.JM I \Ve'may, be mistaken\ but a man who writes for equal] of any published in Kloridn, has been n large Ki.s.simmce selioolti-achor" .seems to (lie of that county, sent to us! with qr' i
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the public factor in bringing new settlers to Osrcola "ifi'inir: some. Tampa Times. the compliments of I Editor E. K. Nau- V
,, [ prints for any great: length of( lime so county <. Jfle, of the Kissinimi-e Gazette. The S f
I [ RIDjA l'ARY 21. 1 1915' inipiesses upon the leader's mmd certain traits ofexptess"a and hus been the principal cause of our county <'oni Ti's.smiii,;, S-ars| \ of Kis.sininic-e, Tiihune has previ6usly noted and {
moru than doubling its [ ,re-pre'se-rit' t I I" the) foul lli conijres.sionaldistiiet
population. I believed theTribune I IT
: .' or writing sly I le that it is difficult! (for him of l-'liirnlii.. the eoniplimentc-d this booklet: It was J I'
' 'lo' dis-gune" Ins efforts ,if f the is rightly emitted to its sh.inof the money pri'siile-d over printed l hy the Tribune, book depart- -i
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it I Bulkhead/ the la le' even name of( another is house of a(' '''-'' | II t i\C., fur. oneniic'iny ment and/ t .
Issued: his the county pays out for printing bccnusc of 11 much of the matter was :
/: to effusions. ( : '; 'I 1111' ,is 'qinti-/ in honor for written -y
- - tier-on loyally to our/ and I by Claude Johnson editor of a
county tilegrcnt good it hn ac- t tinyoilnire.st memlitr..olfo SpringsTruth. : the
opinion ( Tribune Year Hook. "j.. ea.silv
\\'(' mean lo keep saying jusl thai unlll lt"Il' ;Ile, I'libtine vviole the letter winch, :Mr. Bass signed. 'c-omplishecl.' I think it nothing but fair had HieI t 'I the f finest thing/ of the Kind that has :r.

is some ,lliJOn.11.le ; However it still I I Ibune 1 been given I Ihr tax bM n'. Nell a the other ;' I come nut in Florida this .season -
'lemams line that \\h.II| | Mr. I In pul"(li Innir' aoh; Ilii-Italyd t l.iioUlet
IB.r" 'si.ns, I he must l I.e icsponsiLlr/ for mid it may piinling/ ando vnti-d in i-oinmi-si'ini'i' r' mertiii-| shoving Ili'] n. rontpti,-h11umt" an"I Tampa Tribune. _;. ,

1 you 'aid or clone anvlliing/: lo t Imost 1 Kissiniinie : bf ,that. since the/' editor ol, (the it. Cloud 'Inbune for the rciiM.n ihat the Valley Cnn-llr; 1\.1,\ l .\1.1.. pi'-.M'.ilit.c-'' the iiiuiil v tlv "Inuiril<1 of Themost altiarlive'' ndcortiag, ,

and,; (O-ecola) county llus year' ( )ne nionlli 'poke of him about. a } cat J ago as an "i noiant andiiniiinipetenl the piinting tlic; past jrnr.' ,'''lIllt \ r. 'in itu 'iMiii'i nl' O.rvdu I > : pamphli-t i issued in "Florida' '': Yc-i-ently( a
I 'I 1 [ <"(iiiiii\' \ h."I, t a rnoj ( \inii'i'; .'! for" is thai (!>/( Ixceufa(
heVallc .
( I has.I lcc-i, counts fompilc-d al
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h.1'I'd. Almost a i
has al".I .
' twelfth, cil the ) cal' ha, I'a.d.] Let's I lie, up end dorng. .,,11"., able! litlciiHcui. I If( /lie' hoc we may henceforth( <'(. lola count.v fur. ., lif'lccn yrir s. and has brrooe'inurulald -,, I'en I "a0oln, NrO theeommi.ssiorit.is expc'ii.se I cnunly and l a I b.v copy"older' of nf'which

h.i\e. nniilhei, ic.i-.on fur calling .St. (Cloud;) the "\VonI with tin- idea' that it .should 1 ic-ec-.vc( .M.I. Tin- ,;;' has been, sent. to |Ihr, Timeby I
"'1,1"f: ( I Isrorn'iMlv
-.- .. der I Cilv. the-, l11on('); I 11" county pays nut fur prfntu'r; Unit. "Ia; t li.n, i e' il, i-idcd, ( to diode,, 1 the- I F.: 1C.: Nannie-, pioirre-ssive' " editor'' of;

VCIi.il's; lice, oinc, nf the hoaicl of( li.ijc.! I I.is' Hpassed Mi.. fl.." denies! Ih..1 lie advoraled the cause it squ.nls] like, :a stuc-k' pig when :a !pint tiotl' nf. liicvvorU ninny'! (" .' nod I 111, i -'iniinirc'ir' p.inijthlet tin' Kissiiunn-r Valley,, ( ;a/-lti-,. flip
,I. L... ." is given I iiimihir: pap' r. the, ciJilmof;, win-I III.-, \.ill. ,,, \ 'C.i; ',11"' "?I' l\ |. .H, ,'I i, .i,., will ) I' brlnibIInlly illu .t lialld t i :
01 and
lh.il, fi' of l Iy loini I liilmne ol filled with
unto staleo '' queully| : spoken meyi. hciausci political ne mtrir-Ing' cob'" i-rtc'
ill, ,
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vviiilf the ,
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or.ilois is I 11111,1., nun- clesuc'lucie > I hclr, ,is \1 Jk\ lot ti'Mly.'e! inf.ml by llt.it.\ simply,, that' lie vvislieeiIn :3 I <: doiK.I'd I dean; 1I1'1f' t I", 1"ld, III' 11 real: ,.pond.I 'i! < I".. ,,nl, / .1 II Ii ,null., / ,, ;ill, nl,h.'i" 'Ii. stn.ted: I fnc-t \Mtli i.i)' ".,',,''? t", ,th0;,',
'"II'I'l > than .1 i 'iv ,iillic-i, (Ivvvi.lj non ,in .t t 'I 1 he \'..11I.y i n-li county, of ( I", .-..Ia. and,, , ( J.11.prudurtisr -
body and vvciik < un\ Iavol, itli|. |the| M 1. Cud| I hunt 'ill) ,
a Inc of inch lo do th'tl t I- alvv.iypresrnl | t its ownii ( ,00" "I I' i Yo11o S'MII.J'- 'I o .(ill. : .
I 1'. tin-. >ellilllele! I 1.11I.1 V Inv ?, (Ca/.ct'.c: : li.:., j gioun' fat in n.iinlv p-ip.' ,ainl, it .':: 1 nf irn-in, : ) eu.,, Ii. I ,all
iiiicl pic' 'king. estnicnl niiiip.inv, ., ., ,, south I 11"'ldl.I us steal, l to, the. .
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'1 i.I timefoi( n (t", umli'i, laid' that: ihcic ,i.ihci., ''!1'"f Ih." ll.i i "If I cd I Met i. i"'
and (then. liundWe < ai."
dal! J not blame him(, 1.Tall1"; Tinie'v,
- lor that 11.// "
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//1" hcs in the -ii.-aiii: that :nv cm, Hard,: 1 i ., h I,, 1'.1 .
('LucneVuu !i. -peak- ol/ our old ""lI'n,1.., !I':lank tpe.ikniK';: 'fiom ,I puu-lv p.tlilu.d! l.indpomi |Intl,| \". 'III -li.ni'i-' "I" i eta|;i ,ii.linl', In-,.qI.0.0 The KI
.did,,/ lliink, that the "II", 'riii'\'jillcv ( ;lax.cttc h.id'. >'i". .h 100 i 11',1||' upKiiMila {V d ,, (Ill., I I. oh'| 11.I I "..k |I. I II Ii |'--''nntu'c \ .011.\ (li.vrlii-; li.t-" ,
luffikcr.( ( nl the I l..n'I'. I lanes. ,i- Joseph| !, llull.ikei/ ( oniim.ionci' encl, in ( ,) ( and Ii.. .1 l , ,. , . '. nrnlithe, 1 ,ill- I., cis| |hat;,| |I. ,,.,1.1, { i I'.o' ,
h'leuurg bi einrilv. haIn in I I Ib.I Idl."d. | I'm, i' i .in' ,1 I ?,1 1 I i I' ,11', | .
I" aiyiirie-nl. on that, .l \ lien there rare \\ nod- i loot i ,| ? ,,1",1"| ; ,!,. ,
isle.
Loo"I\ foi[ IIOIM i.iidnienl ol the KenLin: \ p. i| rlIllllll
iune: : ) ky nf I"oil 1 0i c ) .
ork. The :St t i loud. Tnl.i.n.. !,., .j; , "I"! ii'I'" .i "MI-" :I'i- i-ol-i
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Wlllilll .
\vcico i i iii.inv' olln-i and. bcllci i ('.Lnln Idly|, they|, I' 1",11\, I , .. Ilo |I't( InlIm(1" nl'I' 'ii .
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genllcnlau'I' : 11".1" I tank's, coat I 111'1 one olmany "'/I' t 11.f( i o' lit 'i i v I III. .
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,l( ,,1.1 have, ,51 I I' mm I h toq( , II"III"'C'" '! in" >v i il.; In i fyi 111 ', ., 0I niiinr' : th,' of i ( si(101:1,, : |I", ,", |
nut 11'.1. ,
(0101'. |hoot, \\\t\\\ tatlici he ailecj pLun. "I lull"' '" '0,1< c" n I bbl I ,14 Ml I II ?, l'I| 'II|| i Inds 'I, ..
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hole aril. 1 I.,.ate the, V.tl'cv' .i" /,11. ;aii.] r ,II IINhrlens ,
\\ c added. puielv a- C i.a/: !It.! '. d! h., "I I I I''I." /.I.: I 'nil \1. d,1' I HT. .
than Josepli.Acrnixlinp. aan aimisiim me ulrnl to I l.ethat |; Cl.in. "ie I I.., nuliii, 1..1| t i o'npttuvlontu.
ncv r ,I'll. (.1\( I il I ore, dnlii, >- f."n i-" : !. boo, ,'
to I,"!" , it was ctienv| 111111"I <.d on llie. sheets II I "I.i, , in Iv /ii, i i I I aril" aIilu i 'n-I t nC ,,,out., e 'phalt'' I r
i.l Ki-unnli'c I hat, the, editor ol (lie "t I. ('Cloud Too riie v.iiii \ ( ..i/.ctti-' h.. beet , .ir.i i 11.,1.1,,, I ,11.1' I, i ,.j i'I i oil,! , .,.sir', ilpar., ', mile t" I In- *'!. ,"Slut th ,,1 lnv ," i ,or' :'',i'Inu, ,
\ 1 In Ins, U\\n sl.ilemenl I the, editor, of nf the ( '<' h ., luis piovi-d it to I... al"1 .' 0. vI.
1".1', f onsidetini the iinnii--ioniis' lung -i" I Ii Hi fui'ii' -i i : .111"f -v r,:11 i i .t.l.i t I I I.,? ..I-.Iit : u t siin, |II t tis
the SI. Cloud 'I Inliunc, was loo Itusy last week lo drdaiy announcement of ill, ran- 11 'must, hoe. ,II-t "\Mi 1"I": \ ,if.t ,,\\i n. 0'" \ 1 Illet.1 inn t \ 'Ili1,0( i o.' liiiic.l| Hint, Hi,. "Pwr11l0, \\111, | | cc aLu',, ,"I',,,
answer wlial lie. termed lie "\"OII' and, 1""illlnlI'd too' a seal. on the braid! ol county eomniissioncis. in iial --li'lll-l I I'lll III I h," ? IrP" IIM'li.who ''. t t" the" truth I hilule, I , 11"\,, ,, ,,|1'1.1|, j,.,.
c' tutor nilici
Mi., Hass, or whoevei, vviole' Ins ,Icily, | competition auv ore.pp0Ipr ; i vt.'ii.t" In, i.i. in.i.' ,' I Thai' irliallI thrubiuiil,. 111"\ ",", an.l, ,, a.-pli d.!'
attack of( the (ia/ille.; Wonder lie . .
Valley l oiled in o-i-cola) eountv Irlamlei Ki'pui, I,, St.iiif ,
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lakes this i.On.
statement seriously and says tint. we I Mil.III.' / I "IHIII.I C"I"I | || | "| "1,111'illi ,
inlinialed .
was loo busy lo write the answer' pnnled! in Ins paper thai his Theie \\.i-j a tune \vlicn the ultcia'ifi, of t heValley "L, Ml" tin- I it.i,.( :an.plv, (pnilliii UI. :.
i the of Corn A. I r. Bass'u action was taken lo prevent the (;luyclte I ( ,. t the (nosh mlMI -tunr t bonkrarli
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over signature rnlI|oiitr were of 111"'h.dll" in h.-ipitiir, the uarly; l/rn
ediloi ol the I ribune .
(from ,
I entrrmu ,rf.a rp I ,,1"1." to : this oflu "ii-ieiitlv i- t the
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: : "'0111/'n' / 01 (III(' 'list ol 1 .. 'al,.. and .
I After using ,the lime honored( phrase-; ; ".tat- '| public> oil ll." : it \\ aa \ 'InI-( : '' iu oki.ir: lout(' Hail'd by I the (Ose'i-ola) county' ciiniini.s.snni.s 1-

We wish thai the executive committee of the ments are false in everj particular" he lends great power for good in lunldii' g up our' I roiintv, ,t \Ve ale III I/yrql" ,, t .if a handsotn0. | si'ttmir\ /: forth the ;I.hllll-

r Florida Stale Press Axociation would get busy and some credence to the, belief after( all that there but( thut lime passed' many months ago ;and in fu |Ibo.0kti I . I ivs coo!11 ly |sinf "".d I.v the Hoard<1 taires home/: I of ,that countv aa place for
it willi"I the (Con 111 b .V ( 'omnlls"unt' df ( ) buildmcr and the puisuit' of "I!-
pure St. (Cloud\ Tribune to vvhi I h 'r' Osieolail '
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name a date for the annual meeting to >e held herein might have been something )m IIIIS'I W of/ the proposition many rounty. It ,is ccMlaspc'riul v desrrcusg, of ricultural pntprptisps.' No: particular.section '
jof will look for ,
Kissimmee. We want to prepare lo show our for he says : "Ai to the candidacy of the editor us guidance- administering' : ourduties mention ,tainsnine (ill of the county i.s exploitc-cl.

brother editors a fine time and we want a little of the Tribune for commissioner from this district as officers.It J pligPs:' of Nell ,edited'( infoi m.ition, and I more than another lout Kissimmpp,

.I time (to do it. I know that he will not seek that office and- is the dying/ thai wail the loudest. Certainly! fine ill 1<'111"0'" of farms proves' Iniildmirs. II the St. Cloud county und are all well the advertised.other town.s;The of
etc. --Hurtovv Record.
the Gazette;
Valley is in the ln.s t throe.s and has
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I -: : would not have it if tendered lo him. FOR THE _v_- booklet i ix a credit to the county and

t'' t '- Let'i remove the little word of( three letters' REASON THAT HIS MEMBERSHIP WOULD already seen the handwriting: on the wall. A fine pamphlet i i.s at hand advertising will Ft.attract attention to that section
Lauderdale Herald.
from expressions made on the the subject of bulk- I PRECLUDE THE TRIBUNE FROM GETTING Kespectfully, : Osceola (county Florida. It was ---0---

f heading Lake Tohopekaliga. You've often heard ANY PORTION OF THE COUNTY PRINTING." A. R: BASS.Commis"ioner Third. )District. I eoi-nty compiled/ commissioners for and published of that hy county the printed We are booklet in receipt issued of handsomely )" .

something like this : "Yes the lake ought to be The ONLY REASON, then why the editor of i is on tinted paper, the work of the : commissioners of Osccola) by the county I

bulkheaded, BUT-. That last word is the one the Tribune would not enter the race or have the : : +I II Tribune, rpblishmp ('0., of Tampa, which is highly descriptive county of the

-I'Ir we mean. office if tendered to Him on a silver platter accord- I STATE COMMITTEE MAKES MISTAKE and Osceola besides county giving' is full fully|| particulars embellishedwith of I i county and sets forth the many advantages -

I .. .. : :- i__ ,-...:.", __ ing to Mr. Bass is that he could not hold office and 1, We believe that the State Democratic Committeehas fine euts of country and city I commissioners of that of favored Osceola section.county The believe

get: the printing also. Do you get the inference ? committed a grievous error in attempting to establish s't'nel-West Palm Beach TropicalSun. in letting the world know of the-
i While the rest of the country almost without We have not charged that Mr. Bass wanted theTribune I facts that section
new tests for the voters in the Democratic .. regarding i and in
I;y; exception was freezing in Arctic temperatures to have the printing in order lo !keep the primariu. I : I addition to the booklet which was !il-,< .
Florida and especially this section of the state was I In a sixty-patrc-): l hook of merit and sued and circulated at a considerable
t, editor of the Tribune out of the race but Mr. Bass Passing the of whether the attraetion Osce-ola county has I
over question com- I portrayed | cost to the county they subscribe for
.+r ,, basking in the balmy sunshine of summer-like. soft or whoever wrote the letter practically admits that I mittee had the authority, based either upon law herself for the 1 benefit of those seveial I hundred copies of their newspapers -

: 1'" ness. Come to Florida, you Northern people and the fact that the Tribune has been awarded the party rules or precedent to establish any new qualifications who desire to know about this progressive annually which are mailed to
Florida countv. The book
the rigors of the Winter King. settlers in other
j escape printing is the only reason why the editor will prospective states.-
not
: for voters there is still sufficient and good was printed by the Tampa Tribune Callahan Leader.OSCEOI.A.S"'F1NE.
'.1..1f 1 -11- become: a candidate reason why) the action the committee t took, shouldnot and was written and desifrred by

f How about that good roads district petition. There is just one other point in Mr. Bass' letter have been taken. Claude Johnson, who is compiling the BOOKLET

,, The month i.i repidly slipping away and{ if any which we wish to give attention because i if,,) i i. another Supporters of the resolutions- passed 'by the piece Year of Book work for and lOlfl.Johnson It is'a had splendid a prood kowledglng The Herald the has receipt the pleasure of a booklet of acc-; I. '

,a action has been taken,'we have failed to hear of it. point which bean Upon a statement.we madein committee have contended that action was thus subject to work ,. over.-Leesburg on the resources of Caceola county,* ,"
Do Kissimmee and the' surrounding territory mean our original criticism.We taken to* bar the religious question out of politics. Commercial. ___ telling of her resources the wealth, '' ,t ." \i

to allow St. Cloud and the Third Commissioner's pointed out the (act that this event probably If this was their intention they have accomplished A sixty page booklet: descriptive of I and sibilitics fertility she of holds her, within soil and her the bordersfor pos- I-

J district to show greater pl gressleness than they ? marked the entry of/the Seminole. !Land:: .& Invest- just the opposite. purpose.It the I resoun-es, and J possibilities\ ; of those welting: a new hOIltho;

. -: :- mrnlf company into the politics ol (Jsceola county. would have been the part ol policy to have Isi-enlii' ( ) c'ounty\ has Is'en compiled and attractions are set forth in most fascinating -

Because they saw fit to allot the Si. Cloud Tri Wes sruled that the naming of its organ as'a'n official I ignored the question altogether.: If the committee 'prIlhlll.d' -|.|| O.srrolii| | I\,;>' 1111'1 the county commissioner 1 her cattle :' : pictures, while the story is

. of the the ,, nave the indirectly an advantageover did not wish to stir the religious which, told in a manner that must c'hullellg'o
bune paper company
: a portion county printing county I up question I"it"l-Illg' faiilitic-s: more than allY eoun- j the* atte'ntion of those who are corning
'. commissioners according lo that paper have in tenor other land companies. We said that if a question has been brought into the politics, of( the stale then (ty in the stale loot raised record crops | to Florida.J .

'it twelve months risen in the scale of( 1 life,( (from arose in which the land company and the it should not have been paid the. attention of official 'lof; coca" arnl. "ullier uiain. The book is''J It is an excellent follow up effort
!
a ,1111, |, ndid, iylvi-iti.sincj. t l medium and and to "Floiida 1 Fir-t"
would be (found that l supplement
"ignorant cattle men" lo 1110,1 sent' iituuty \\eie paities. it certainly '
(i'' incompetent action.We demonistlu(1" ( i I the \\ l'oIom of having nr00rulc 'and, if the other, counties of the stale
\ ;:", ble commissioners." Wonderful isn't it. bow the I the company's organ: would 'light the battles of f the contend that the pledges given by volets in I'"III..t\. tax for advcrtisint (1 Mould take advantage now' of this

"1 / viewpoint change some people's opinions.J parent. winch furnishes, the funds to make up its the Democratic piunaiies' to supped the, nominees pin ,pii-i S.ira-nt.i. Time's. threat Mclvet t ismcr scheme tljey) would, I II.
.
> i S .. .'- 1xt I deficit of which, the 'Iiibunc spoke' \ so (feelingly in of that primary were just as binding and just ,neasily lie tin1 j.iine'rs manifold.! :Mullnrrylleial.l.
- + If. 'it p.. Ihlr..I ? Here ClanneeU .
its social issue of J.inuaiy 6th, which i issue circulated enforced il not really ionic so, m then ori.i
;:i:i..i i Calm criticism without a word of( personal abuse- ; ioiI- Ii.. In en Irlllntr us nil alon '
r,,. 1 is called a "liolltr"when that criticism conies "hum only in St. Cloud.We nal [orm. than they are now with' this new 1".1' thai, -anI .i-phalt.' roads we'rebeini/! i The shall, of I'eisia has; the long
J also; mentioned! the. fact thai the l I illume ficalion. 1 limit I fin, ::- ::,,0" per" rule and the same tails.) of his horsVs dvc-d i-rmisoii fur

r the Valley Ga/.ctle. At least that's the way tlic'I. I If. was! launched as an "independent newspaper." i l'att I I of( the mailer i is, Nevdo not believe that. .<(n-ti, 1 11, linn. i.Hiipanv. ' that building: six inc-he-s at their tip, :No'oneelp
Cloud Tribune puts' the case but if what' we had. to the' minis in I Lake- county asked, Osri'nla in tilecountry i.s nllcjweef to C'M'iriso
:Some have e\en charged that it I is a Republican ''the will have effect "hdleerlI1'Of.or
say was a "holler"we challenge the vvoild to pin persons new iualificntions| any , SS.:,oo) fur a jlfj-foot roadway. j this privilege. .
' 'I duce word which would lit I, newspaper,, III sympathy .if not in fact. At any as securing new ,pledges,( of( (faith, in the
dictionary
,, a containing 1: :
i ute. ,if f \\e remember correctly, it ha' never repudiated demociatic paity. Party !miles are aibitiary, al the
the effusions( of that paper )Jut about a year aK'). I, : ., ... _... ......_ _._ .__....
II its "fust announcement and did not rally to the best and lo enforce them has never been attempted -- -- ---- -- -.. -- I
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f"" .- Mippoit' of( the democratic ticket, when two years ilhout turmoil and possible. dl ' I Regardless of( how busy he ", a.'e had hoped here ticket in the field r---H ;
ago ( was a lepubhcan against 1 1: It would have been better had the committee, It I
: that the editor of( the] St. Cloud Iribune would not 1 I J"II'
the democratic ticket "llIth1r.! Bass and Inscolleagues
I on 11(1">led the question altogether, and even .if the ,ie> t"t"I
be busy, the inference( that his publication .
lfJ ,1 too to deny ,! candidates. \
1 weie olulion were rescinded by another, meeting ol (lliecommittee '
:;- 'ii leaned to the republican party was al least j Now; then regardless of these facts Mi. Bass the. harm has alieady been done and I ''I

:$ an independent in politics and certainly had never| admits, or at least t signs a letter which admits thai. conic]{ not be healed by mere action such as llus., I tII'
5 ;, shown indication of being dcmoc-ralie. We; ..n. _00 _. ._.._ __ '
any : noting )his own "or."IN! Jill:; rUIUKh:; II 1 the, lesolulions in question read as (follows- I', '
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;: hoped that he would come out openly and without WILL BE THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE TO WHICH / / I
HesoUed : That I a legal elector shall I be tics l.ir I l' l lI
question stale that the ribune I would henceforth( MANY OF US WILL LOOK FOR GUIDANCE IN II' 'C/ ;
ed taken and held as a member of( the Democratic / )
bear the banner of Democracy. ACMINISTERING OUR DUTIES AS OFFICERS." I
the follovMiig Icons and conditions,
| p.uly upon m I CARThe !
UNIVERSAL:
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"' - 'I 1 hat's it. A demorialic olifcial elected by the THE
I addition to those required by the general '
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If what ihVYalley; Ca/elle; bad, lo cay about the, I ilenioc lalic voters of Osccola coi.nty, admits thai. law : pnnoryelection \IlI \1\1I 4 I

action of( the county rommissioneis in tiviii' a portion ''he will he guided by the advice of a newspaper.vliirli I Duct Thai he be a while man. I I (I'I II '

': I of( the county "printing\: to the >1. Cloud I ribune I \ lias been. charged with. being 1: lepublican, and i j Second. That he believe in the principals of( the I i. same strong, serviceable; Ford car--but I''' .

was a "eiying wail. what would you call that nolle.e one wlmli certainly ha* shown no mdic.itiun of he; Democratic parly. at a l lower price The Ford car, which is ''I I
"to the )business me1 of( .Si. Cloud." winch the Tii, j. democratic 1// r
plug: I II I Third. That he intends in good faith to support giving satisfaction to more than 1,000,000 I
its of 6th and t tIII
bune printed Hi issue January ol I I hat's" all we have to ay in answer t to Mi.. Bass, .and vole on the next general election for all candidates ,- owners has a record for utility and
which it was so ashamed thai it punted only enough hut ill all (fairness to him, and in older] that thepeople national stale and county nominated by the economy _

i copies to reach St. Cloud people and then replacedthe I I of( Osceola county may, (have an oppoilumlylo Democratic parly. that is worthy of your attention. Two \ (f

notice with photographs/: ? '[the|, picimcs of.( the read his leply. or the one he signed we are I ourlh. That he will not be influenced in cooing ,I I'I and two make four- there wouldn't be so t \

pretty St. Cloud home are very inteicstmg. but it pnnling: ,it I heiewilh, because as we have staled the "for r or against\: any candidate by any religioustest II many Ford cars if they didn't give such .1.1'I

was doubly interesting to note that v\h.it we said I'ribune in which it was published has no gruel al or on account of religious' belief denomination splendid service. Prices lower than' ever: -) d.

t about the Seminole Land & Investment company circulation in the county outside of( St. Cloud. or sect with, which the candidate is affiliated./ I Irlllh. 'I Runabout *:'390; Touring Car $440 f. b. 1'1
this financial (loss Irue and o. T
operating paper at a was We' do this hecau'e's'e want the people of Osceola I That he is not a member of any secret I Detroit. )
that the editor admitted it over his own sigiidluie.rj both sides of( the : j
county lo see controvclryi | orgnm/ation: which attempts in any way to influence I, II '
: :- The published,. the Tribune reads Get Yours From
letter in as1 political action or results ; or -the obligations\: and !

The East Florida Annual has made its appear- (follows : purposes of v\bich orgam/ation, will justify him in LUPFER & PRATHER I

ance from the press of( the, Record company of St. St.; Cloud Fla., Jan. I 11 I 1010. refusing to support any nominee of the party.

r; i Augustine. Replete with fine illustrations and ell- Mr. S. J. Triph-tt" KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .
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written text this book of some I 114 pages can not Kilitor: St. CloudTribune.J'ear I A attractive I sy:
most booklet on Osceola county has r
fail to attract visitors and settlers to Florida. Osce- Sir:-I'lease allow me space in your col- been s "
just i issued by the county commissioners of OS- 1 N Nv
f' ola county is not represented in the advertising umitj' to reply to articles appearing the Kissimmee ceola county. All the many advantages of that ,

section of the book but a full page and a half of Valley Gazette of January 7th 1910. ;,' county are set forth in a manner calculated to impress

: (s descriptive matter has been given this section.->We The Valley Gazette in chronicling the action of' the people of other slates and that it will bring

believe that these books prepared in the careful the Hoard of County Commissioners in awarding visitors Osceola
numerous to is assured.
r, manner in which they have been together with the the county printing (except the Delinquent tax list'il Seeing this beautiful bit of printer's county art makes, us

1' tr widespread national advertising being given thefast which it gave to the Valley Gazette) to the St. think about our own county of Seminole, and won

t I,1,j _Ute through the Florida First Commission will result Cloud Tribune charges rrfte with advocating the der whether our people will wake up to the advan- ,

0 '). U bringing greater prosperity to Florida intheto / cause of the Tribune as a "political' necessity," and I tages of advertising our wonderful

.).< .'/ ....-, {. to come. than she,has experienced.. before.J I"I in the closing: paragraph intimates,/,that my action I Sanford Herald. v resources.- ,,r y
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1116 .. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY., GAZETTE FAOTX.

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are* iordially Invited to attend. I at Winter Haven can be aeen'and also I I'These both connect', with the line;, of, .Plana are being' made for mutual 1

.The Christian Endeavor' topic for the white water tank Lucerne Park the Dixie Highway ,which U already telephone line and it is.hoped to extend ,
St. DepartmentNEWS next Sunday night is: "Amusementthat to the northwest when the morning clayed thru here by local work.' 'Plan besides ;
Cloud is Worth While." Miss Blanche 'I sun is on it. Both of these elevationsare are being made to add more clay to it nearby towns In-- 4\ \
Lawson is the leader. The following lower than here. Tho; route continues the roads running east: eluding nearlyy all residents here
excerpts from the Christian Standardare .south past the roM park and : The Payne and the.Purcell homes '
so good that we vent.rQ, to copy r the poatofflce and turning east again' are nearing completion and are both NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOODS
NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR ,OWN them for the benefit of those who crosses! the railway and continues houses that most any town would con
have no which the C. E. I south. But like poople who come sider an ornament. Several new
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT topics and "helps" are given.! "Amuse- I here In a short time the attractions of houses are to be started soon. -
ment, be it ever so clean is not worth I the place cast a spell! over them and : Arrangements are being Nrnade. to Expels scrofulous humors from the ;>
while when tl takes more than its I they are loath to depart. Thus the' ,
fence the school house lots next weeK. blood which cause constipation, ma
Misses Helen Ford Pearl Bass and that was well liked. It was a scene share of our time.e Amusements I route of the hard road'has trouble in ''I'' Mr. J. Reed Ramsay ia having a severe :
!,f Bonnie Ricketta. Messrs.: Duke War- laid on the coast of' old New Hamp-. I to bo worth while must help us to be leaving Lake Hamilton.. Tho surveyor attack of quinsey sore throat. !taria rheumatism: sores, ulcers, pimples -

ner, Will Cringer and Mac Arrow- shire. sweet and kindly; must help us lonely has run threo rotates, and is figuring I i, Mr. A. C. Roller has a very: sore etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy -
smith motored to Winter Park Sun- Comrade Mosher recited nicely sally; must help to make the out which is the best. One la by hand. lie injured it slightly, but it
:' day afternoon and called on Mr and "How Mickey !got killed in the war,)' and the stranger feel at home and moans of a bridge across the railwaynear seems to have gotten infected. on a guarantee to aatiafy.
Mrs. Charlie Coates Some war reminiscences in song! by help the Christian to do his work bet. the school house, Another by a''
/k If refresh his the section lino ----.. ----- - --
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 'Squires left Comrade Allen. Mr. Allen has a very ter. they mjnd theydo grade crossing on
Tuesday morning: to spend the .re- Rood: voice for one so old as he-he's this." which runs on tho south street of the
mainder of the winter on the east. from Pa., see! townsite and the third IB by a below I

.. \. coast. Edith Harrod favored with a piano grade crossing! under the railway at
#' I Miss Maggie Thompson of Trenton sola, which was highly: appreciated. u point a little distance south. .
N. J., is visiting her friend Mrs. Ed. The closing number was "Star 00LAKE HAMILTON aa I I It is stated authoritatively that in
;
Ely. Spangled Banner" which was sung case the bond election which it is eXfpccted
I The father and mother of J. K. by everylwdy POLK COUNTY aa Ot will be voted on in April does !
Conn are expected, in Wednesday The hall wan crowded to the doors not (carry the fifteen miles of hard i
+aaC 0 CI C>- t- 0< iI Higher in PriceSometimesH
.1 Evening from Pennsylvania to spend again, bhowingthat we are gettingour : loud from Hnines City through: Lake I
1r. the remainder of the winter. Rhine of the tourists that come The hoard bT county commissionersin Hamilton to Lake Wales will be built I
Mis Marie Page, of I Hoslmdale, to Florida, and that the people appreciate I I special session at Bartow last week nevertheless. It is also the plan that i her i a Q ual X ty. Al Ways
this, fifteen miles will be electric
Mass. came in Tuesday (evening to these weekly meetings: Gazette I established I a polling: place at Lake I
spend a month with her father and The secretary wishes the Hamilton. The petition" of Dundee I fora lighted at night, making: ,a fifteen- /ral I IU
sist err, Mr. Henry Kpple; and Eda L. to make a correction in the list of polling place was icfuscd A checkup nile whiteway.
Kpple officers as published The assistant :, of the voters here eligible total A tract of land of about five acres RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about.

Miss. Margaret ('ht.>e, who is. employed secretary is neither Rev Northrop I sixly-five. and a number of doubtful cast of the railway, near the sidetrack ; FAVORITE FERTILIZERS
in the telephone exchange! in nor James' Golf, but it is. :Mrs Anna I I who may be able to qualify i! are not has. ]been reserved! for u site
Orlando, spent Monday evening: und Aul>nufjhAdinuineiJ; I included Probably there! rre 75 men, for a packing house and also jelly, i They know and can testify as to THEIR
'I''"ui"-dav) with her mother :Ml Nellie, to meet Suttmla\, January here who can ijuulifv} to ote. According juice and hy-pioducts, factory This san
('ha se, in St Cloud, :11!:!, Did( 1' to the opinion of the attorney general excellent location almost. in the QUALITY, THEIR SOLUBILITY, LASTING
:Mr. and Mrs 1 oole .iimcd lastIhuisdaj --- of Florida all who can registerat center of the townsite II

(evening fl'om.1.1.1'11: kand ..................'--'.>............=...................-......-................................... I I.r the legulnr registration: in :March, Poles have I been unloaded here for QUALITIES and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY
I are pleasantly located at the Pains I. I can vote 1,1 the bond election for good: 1 the (erection of the electric I light line to FLORIDA SOILS

hol..I. MON) (.KM'Pit .." l.o:tils. which el.,'ction l will t piobably he l foLuke Hamilton A number of I ,
:MiI. I Ella D.ixidscin aunt son. FI'lInl- .:. I II )held in April, so this is a most impoit- liouscs ale to be wired for lights The tf ' Special Formulas lot All Florida Crop'
! bin, are here fruit, Sarasota for, a 1','" i <.<..X"X"C X"Xx X""X"X"X >>x> i iMm I ant matter ti.in-foimi... >station is to be located
el Inv i -. The Picnic. Ihjilil'niK loute of the oath, hnlf WilY to )Dundee'and the - WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS
i :\01..'. stud )10.1.: \\'. Srunune, : of ". \Villiinis. wife ml children, IIi xi.. llighw:' \' h"s 1 hI eii suicidLl 1 anent. taken front i there for )both
II': Is polt. \!Ia"1>0 hoer i. rn inSt. I'l'\ul"d\ I f""nn (;rolgia. :-alul'dny; .iu the. town of> I La I.. unilton, I tn\\"II,.
-- AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS INSECTICIDES
\\IKII t Ih" \ hale l ',-. foi \luiut Inn miles of "'li\' ,,idli" \
ne'k
1. ( ( I fur, n.lett Iuo6nlgul l 'e n \ itintf: .
i 7'he 1 route is s'nte\ed 1 oini"5 0111)t t the
I h". h..loIlIV", 1'f tt 1 \\.oIlIt.sola.\ ceclnI, 1 nail 1. -. ; I\., ell put down,) I:,id, .\K nn tl.i. ninth n ilninlillt
I ,.
I I I towiiMt\ on :: t\\o i and a half mile .
y mil." t 1I't;; 1'0'' )h,1.'l,)" nr.l, ',11"., "Ia,'''' I.; I B.! I LanIn..11riittle. I lid! It'k 1 i 'I taught a\lay fiom UK auntie, turn" i D.ulMini' 'inir east from" town
JP' I.1. It 1 !1.1',n, ,. n n "II(1L( :: In tin." I .\\ -'I. \i:,.Ih'\, I 1\: \In.i and 1 Ed"; ,"i IIi ui '- in tlun i nl(1io i"f the ti,\\ "-lit- n1d I ir)""- -.- i e b
I n\"ttL'i 1 1 "i III I It" i iI \ i \ mltoI 1 ,i il I tn K --Inllll'"i S turil.i\'' ncinold' I \\i1h), I t\\u I I.i Ir" s\\i "!nintji To Drl\e Out Malaria
I I. I'n.Iilla, |! (11110. ?telnneiii( , ah.1l I i : ''i\. net I the guests '111'\ (". thc II rI n -H'- the 1.:1'1.t : I of the And Build Up: The System -J axksorWi I}e', f\\
1, 'I'1 h. I I'I',M I I I'I.I I i I I'd, 'MM I I'I, .;l\' ...I'I' I ,.l'I XI 1'I., 1 I 1"-1"". I kel.i .\tl,u"tn' ( '''a."t' I im i rule i : .v, a",1 \L:'? Take the Oil,1 Mun.lar.l (.R' )I\'E'
il" .itnnualy" ? I II I. al til. I lurtt.i .l"fi (4I' l, I.. B:n, be'I na. n l'I1'I ;at t'l.I .' west .1- t.n.., ,.- .h. ln 01' '1. 'Hi I" th." "r.'s'J'gl.I'-o-: > e'n! ,;i 1ONJLoukllDW)
: 11I i ui f in; ,t."I.. :)It-. hull: IM nl .1 I I ; H u', i \. linn ,. Sands,| \ route tin' ''i- 'math( i 1'1' HILT tin I, !til" what toil ne lukiiii, as tie. foruinhi is
"((, '' I IIII a 1 I IH"I I ( I I,,1 I The I all\"I.. 1 'J"., .' f f the t (fil".t t itul tin e\l', lil cl 1 I. showing. it is : ---IT .
I I"1." : I : II T.I ,1. \ 1'1'1.| :1 1 v i ill i I i pi by s u-rinnnnmn ".TniiTTTfiiiiiiTi' :; ' -nirTiiinnir' ' ynynmiriTTgiw :
; all. I 1'1','| '"is "I"| 'ned' ,)I \ 11'', pint I I I 6i \ Iln.hl' t M 1.1\' .tlt.I"i i 'n'nl''. "l,,('W, in all I I li"II i I nl I.I.i 'nl I."ui, I IMtil (Oiiinitie ami Jum, 111 a tasteless ftim /:r. : !.: :v::.,,:.-..,"..I"w; : vr.;"; ":'T'.?,::!";. !;;::::::;M n- :: :?illl\l>/ :
i I :'I'' ilMill,,,,II,,ll 'uprlu.trliiii I . .I. I, .-t Itrl. IitIaudenvll, i mil :11r.. I'li'1 \\ i." II"I.-,t, i"...1..1". ,.. I 1..1.: II.,nn 'Kin, '1 lie Juinine dries! till, inalaim, the ( |
"h II 'a'h mi', 'lId"1 i |I.. in! I iriM. \I a"'I\'d :-;,Itllidn,,\" 1 loin ( ;,,ilion OhIO, 1 from' Ill's |niint, ,tin,, new v, ..Ir1 i towel b lion builds up the sstem 50 seats !
I. 1,1.; IiI.L i \Ia": In'in-i'ii!' ,vH : ,. ,,
t tn I I" tin L.-III\ ,I' 01 1 , I II d I t that, II.h I'l I-, ,ill:" III II pun. r f.I""I i 1\ I'l', M 1IIdc': i \ illc. iiiul, :Mi I I'link --I Ir
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n ipi spi' HIT ',,1) 'I"1: ( 'I 1'mi ,':ill-
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, |Ih1.nemLol]. .i -. I Itt+ d.ulcdIn.I11,) t > pt lin." : III"J" I ldl1a: II\: ;old i,)1 1I MID-WINTER FAIR AND Mil:king. mine. than any other business i-
tin -I'grtlon ..mil put 'in list i II'' \liiiing .. I II
, .1 I: iit1 ( I 1.:1\\ 'III \\ "11' I Ih"u.\ M I. ofMr
I Mi--" II:iinlil. )tealcal, the : .I I<.(t1. HuUi, mil \"JI,,' Sunday depends' for Its uecet-s l on the
.IIIIIa/n1'eaient, "f a Mill' EXHIBITION
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,' The 11:1,I'' I 'IlIfid"lH'e which its customers have
: II.uold Ipd., .Ii) ''''link' Ran lIarJ"'I'lIl1d: i I Everett: Smith were
bleu tumid, ,. )i\'.'i to tin, hostess auntafter Ienterlaine(1'
. at( duller at th.latlcr's .
Sunday: "ITIZI'.I.I : ; ]' l ; in those. Jll'el'tinlthe bank's affairs.
social h.id,) :uuluinly ) I ;: : \.1.1'111.\.1.\1'1'; :
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good
a 1 home :-I|:MIMH::' ..I:. osi:;, ',piM-V v\M 11 OKt.l -
( refies'mu'! stixec! the club Mr. Hoove, a nephew of Ir Punk I .\:\; .: < ( (UN'1I1S Our board of directors is composed
adjoin" iitil. arrived| from. A I kUl1s..s list week fora << (*.:1'11 I \U<<;Iii
ill of
'I "known
to hut
you you
\ derailssooiallon. ) few Piesidint, Kenney ailed,) the assoiiition liuscomli) I FI.t'herIn.1 l wife :Mrs ; i..1.I 'xl1l"I. for tl is.pi."it" at the
'; t) older promptly at :2! n. m, *,at .x i pusf>t Ion' iiln nrlv n Nrre,1 upon'
( Joe Ward and Mrs Bennie Mci'llan I t : ::: : : : Checking accounts are invited.
1S.I The audience, \ Sour people ("iiKiiKinK lu U frl I' iidly
Saturday January ciilU-c) Mrs. and Sunday .
on lla\e family "i tltlon for the xhiUltlun of the
' "' ..4. sang "Ameiica," after which, Re\ afteinoonMr l< 1 1 i products, of your H< el Ion, also
Brown offered a word! of prayer. The called ""H "."'de In your towns," your
'! nndI 1'''. Wethc-rhee on COUNTIES'I ..
of the last ) wurli. your trolls. your vcge-
secretary read the minutes :Mrs T, A. aftor- ,
Hujchey: Wednesday: hit'H. your fn rin products. your stores
session and they were approved as noon houne and arid your art er, ,'attuIa. b
read\ Announcement was made of a Mis .left Barber called on Mrs I .stork 1 rhiekrna' ; and all other ITIZENS BANKorKlSSIMMEE ll! |> I 3
"" of Interest,
meeting of the (committee on laying: John derides I Monday afternoon.J. ..
I'M nar ty a tlesd In with
the cornerstone of the hall on Tuesday K Harvey is. working: the Exchange -I family, and frlenda: : .:: dnl't:: : ,-
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January 18! A petition asking: hour at Kisbimmee within jour gate
: packing
Congressto: pass a bill (riving: of: ex- this week.. MID-WINTER EX [\ SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I ,
two
of war a pension Mr.
prisoners Or Funk and wife called on
dollars. a day was read and after a and Mrs. Wetherbee Tuesday evening; I OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVE
few remarks by Comrade J. K. P. Invitations have l been given by Mr. COUNTIES.
Ferfrell a vote was taken and the and Mrs Longanecker; to a party at DIRECTORS:
chair announced' a unanimous vote for
their home in Kissimmee Saturday

the resolution.the Ladies It Aid was pf; also the announcedthat Christian night.Brother. Austin will preach at the I FEBRUARY 15-19,1916 DONEGAN JOHN R.

t" church would give a palmetto tea at school house Sunday Jan.. 23rd. The
t Mrs. Veeder's on Wisconsin; avenue morning service begins at eleven I Orlando, Florida J. K. MILLIARD A. W. t

it wnear' 11th street on Wednesday at o'clock and in tho evening at 7:30. All .E; :]
taken for tho
oJ ,. 2 n. m.A collection :
'( 0?" < /f''.. hall-netted $8.61. ; d
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The following newcomers were introduced ,
. 'I :. W. A. Rounds, Co C. 16th : : : ,:: .U
U S. Inf. from Alto, :'>.11<'h. ThosRolnits .
, ("o. C 110 N.; Y. Chas. N -- -. -
Benson.: Co. I, 114 N. Y. The u..1.
were, all very modest W. I.. (Griffin
of the 10th W Va.. said he came from Prince Albert is
MISSOUII and proceeded! to till of ,
,
Mime !nig' things in that state -'I"'S I I The Favorite Store of Kiasimmee l I
heard all overthe such
of show nw. were l friendly tobacco
(' 1 Ith:! :
house John albeit; 0. I. o f I II
Wis, said he had lead! about u, agreat
in the Tribune and) hid) a I lp I
great deal curiosity to see what we had. I that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this

He .tame saw, and Hays. the half has I III i pipe and cigarette smoke ,long, long ago. He counts it lost FURNITURE ?
flowers
l bt1I> told lie praised our I I1
not
I time the of S
and gardens. generously quick as goodness Prince Albert gets firm set

J. K. P l Terrell from Unchsville, I 1 in his life The patented process fixes that-and cuts out

Ohio made! a plea for the iprison S bite and parch 1

ers Comrade and the Latimer solelieis'.) (widows'o. (J, 13ith 111so .. I I '
'd he was proud of his slate as it "t7 t I Get on the right-smoke-track soon as you know how I -WE HAVE IT !
'
LincolnMis had produced. a Logan a Grant. a Understand yourself how much you'll .like .

: . 1\Iar"kie'heinl sick Mis EII"on \- __ __ _
consented. to take u- - -
very kindly
huge; of the program in her stead
The I first number was< a "Song of FRINGE ALBERTthe In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete

a Thousand Years" bv the ihoirI line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and I
"SchneidersRide
united
I E. ( oopei
handle reliable
." Reading bv f.oldae; droves: entitled N
"fBumble; (Coiner" The audi !

erne showed their appreciation by I national Joy smoke
generous applause and ,she recited Bed Room Furniture, Dining

.(fimrnde John H. Media: ; h ,)an-I x4\ It stands to reason doesn't it, that if men all over the Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
he Battle of lookout :'tlounlain"I .$ S ,
el"1 1
his hearers I nation, all over the world
in a manner that pltuMcl lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
immenselyMis xg Watch your step! prefer P. A. that it musts ,

Grace Cooper gave, a reading! (t'. easy to change the shape have all the qualities to Couches Etc.

.. .... ik' and. color of u.... ble brand. ,
to imitate the Prince Albert satisfy your fondest desires? v
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10 CENT "CASCAKETS" yl''' tidy red tin, Oat it ;. impo..i6/
IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE' $ g S to imitate the flavor of Prince Men, get us right on Prince This store il making a record for itself in the matter of

I i i Albert patented tobacco process I The Albert I We tell you thisi helping people to outfit homes. Come and see. Our prices art

For Sick Headache Sour protect that! tobacco will prove better right.

Sluggish' Liver and Bowels Stomach'j z d {. than you can figure out, -- --

work While lou "' \, :) it's so chummy and fra-

Purred Tongue Had Taste Indigestion ; !' grant and inviting all the i TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo

Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches -:' time. Can't cost you more I

come from a torpid liver and 4 t, than 5c or lOc to get yourbearings I
clogged bowels which cause your $ matter what kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam,
I I't
stomach to become filled with undi- r5 II Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have eiactly the Tools yea

gested food, which sours and ferments + ..._ Buy fnncm Arb.rf ._......".... I need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers,
garbage in a swill barrel That's M \ tobacco i. ..IJ-in tor>t>y .4 all of the best quality and workmanship and at prices that will
like Ii .. .
I d' . Set tijy r the first step to untold misery-indigestion tI c6' d Itandfom. pound pad .1I-a..4 I surprise yon. This store has the reputation of handling enly
lilt IIumid..ro-a..d-in that cI...." I hardware that is of and will make mistake
foul gases bad breath yellow to /++if frymfal.,.... pound humidorPffA superior quality you BO
I' skin, mental fears,, everything that is l ._....-.......,...., top fAafbompm in coming here NOW and intpectimf our big stock.
Coprnstuu r thm fo&acc in ..eA ....,
) horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret b1 a .a.rndN a trim I
'
.. tonight will give your constipated [olsuooCa '
R. J. REYNOLDS
and .
bowels a thorough cleansing

straighten you out by morning. They s' TOBACCO COMPANYWioMe. Hardware COmpany.r:

work while you sleep-a 10-cent box .- :. ... N.C. Osjeola :

from your druggist wfll keep you feel-

,' tug good for month

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PAC&:4: THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE! FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. If Nf

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o++f a+o+a+ot Miss Francis Bay entertained at +oH OVERLAND AUTOMOBILEGIVEN: ADVERTISED* .LETTERS

cards Monday afternoon at the home 4 4 AWAY i

t r -l; ; lI' of the former on Vine street, in honorof I 4 ''HONOR! ROLL[, 4a4 -- Advertised list l for the Iwo. weeks. r

: their attractive guest, Miss Emily The Southern Woman'sMal1.8'zlne.ls, ending Jan. 31 1910.: t try

$ Society : Boyer of Tampa, .. 1 { 44t'("1 d'44{ 4b4-0 64{+Oo Ob0.9 giving away a Five-I'assengcr"' Model Clark, Kid; Durya, 1, B.; Everett" ,. j)

I Ft In the rooms' pleasingly decorated The following pUpils l of the Kiasim- b.'i, $750.00: Overland} Touring Car, I I Mrs. Fnnnie: Green, Rube' Mack, J.
I With cut flowers eight tables were arranged complete \Cith all modern equipment Miss Prontis W.w' .
mee Public school have not been absent J.: Follow, Funny;
(Mattle Belle Harris, Editor.) for the players, who spent the I including Elec'ric, Starter Lights, etc. Mrs
Salings
I nor tardy during the month ending C.; Riddle\, J. A. ,
afternoon, with the popular game of J'his car is awarded together with 500'other Mat Schneider Mrs. John; Smith, W. .
.. 11 f, January 14, 1910 have made an ; j
Request is made .to all patrons of the Valley ,Gazette to tend itemi 600.The resulted favorably for I f I average of. ninety per cent: or more, desirable of the premiums.Southern! The Woman's publishers W.; Smith, W. S.i; Summus, William; ?
:t game in their studies, with not less than Strickland, E. L.; White, Edwin. r
of Society Events to the Editor for publication in these columt. ;&; Mrs. Henry Aultman, who was presented I I eighty-five per cent in any subject Magazine: claim this to be'one of the I' B. U. Simpson, P. M.

with dainty, hand-painted salt ,,'.and not less than ninety-five in deportment most liberal offers they have yet .
.
.. and shakers. Mrs J. S. Cadel made .->
_ _ . . _ _ . . . : a. L" _'_ _' '_ '_'_ __" flel pepper beautiful of ; ;, THICK GLOSSY HAIR
l g.g.BlItTitUAY ". O"T""T"oi"" received a bouquet This is no "catch penny" contest,
0; us a consolation. The.afternoon I Flrnl Grade-A. but a fair and legitimate offer. Car FREE FROM DANDRUFF

I PAnTY clwstra, and the duneers"enjoyed theevening's ed with a delicious salad Stanford Elsie Schilder Sarah DUKe: Oran; will be. awarded June 1st. Full particulars -

.1\ 'nroKram until well past the sorted cakes and cocoa. Mrs. Brown Enoch" J llcrzberg< Henry Key, be had I by addressing

I i Master S. E. Gardner, entertained midnight! hour. und Ming! Lucy Lupfer< assistedthe Mary. Frunoes} Turner Louise-May. 1IIthe"nVomau's may Magazine Nashville Girls! Try it Hair gets soft, fluffy and

i II a largo 'number) of his little friends Thoso. irrsent( wenMr.: and :Mrs.Howafd i hostess in serving First (;Irade-II. Tenn. beautiful-Get' a 25 cent bottle l
II r afternoon ut the home of KiitMr.: : und :\1rIl. :M..Katz, I I '
last Friday The' guests invited to enjoy theafternoon Joe Denning, Cecil) Allnian] Richard Of Danderinc.
bit parent on :Main street in honor of | !Mr., and! :Mrs. (". J.. Haiujy, Mr. und I' were" : !II..... J. I II.) (Clark, '''Holtselaw, Cecil CanoxH.' Some of the new huts;; ;;;:;; curiously a

his sixth birthday., The little! folks :.Mi <. .1. II. (111'1.' :Ilrl and r'Ms.: Cooriri; MiV." I. Barber, Mis. S. H. Hullork. .loI1l' "n. Emery Harri-' (;en,'1"10'1 I I h e fit* old-fashioned) )beavers of ]If you care for heavy hair that si-)
after which :Sharp: plaxing games Mrs. Mrs. H. or t
enjoyed' ; Cay Livingston, C. Singletary' Kula Allnum.' \'; tens with and is radiant with
1'" dainty I Icfri'-him'iits v. ere, M" v..d. .I. s. ( an' Harry Hunter, Kii.,--i'H :: Mrs. Clay Johnson' ,. .\r.! ... I lylty'in. Marion ( I Iaver.. Violii H.1I1, beauty
4 '. I II Pole. I.. A. Hamiltiin. nf Toronto' |-lanf/'d.! |/ :MiC.. I I. Hniidv: Mrs., 1 K.: '' Y.\I.1I. Ethel.: ] hhnrl: tI"i Nttuirle.ll ; II. i S"II! jre coijtimles,) to lie one' of the life; has an incomparable- softness and

I Ml.rKIUKIIS/ : I IMises I < ':innla.; Ills: 1111I111110"I :\IIJ| I .,.I'oiuirrM I I-:. Nutigle. :Mrs. .1!: S. ('aded J, Mrs. :iiit.t I ilennv) Einma I It! juirl\,, llax.elid : i tot popular 'nuitciials" for general is fluffy and lustrous, try Uanderine.

I: ii hwd i !l-, Iii..1. \V. II"1" : :mind, Harry :Meetch :Mi-, Meaty (Oerstree't II II l/ Ethitl: Joiner" I1!.u'y Yute.-., v. ea r.lien. ] Just doubles the
fri" :11,1 l Violet. .Mis.I K: I K.: Nanir- : > I.. Mrl'linHI.. < one application
: N: 'ii nia (01'' : :MiNellie, Kogi ri>, :M'rs. K. 10. Alii'iti "liaxi-, Lena' I.ilrgpis.elm" \
I! TJullin I in "eiimrani' ; "'il} tlie t 1 littlf I l blue I ,, lti.li, Jl, l'.ri.. l.< ..Jan.M.V.: Slt'ed.! \\YJ1-, MiHouaid, NatMrs.: (G.; F. I Itputinnin: ,, ,; Nellie ( ;nllicit, [ , Raymond pan.-;month': of ilthe ta'Ins in lecoid a period of :Mr.A oftwelve beauty/ of yogr hair, besides i it immediately -

'' bird.mi.) a luke :allll'lll1"t 1 \< i noon A'.1 Simih. \li, Lamina: Rolland' ,, .>f K.ilil-. :MM..H.). AU'Xiiiider: Mrs.Heni. . Si, hwetkart.. : dissolves] every) particle of
h" "In I Mi- Illli: nVn d. of ? v. "
( J Klie/l. M'tl'l' 'salesrnuc' Ilinai M II. \II.. ,.
1' Mr
to .1)11) % ". tSocoiid" (;mule1.Iuiia dandruff. You can not have .niceheavy
bin.. I 'In, li.h! / 'I 'uim-r 1 ,11,1 \11..1. (Iiiv;' I i I'aI'h.. 110. //II'"IHI'lIlIl't w- .
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H, pii i n' i' )t G.I K.igsdale.Mi : 1 : .1vurr, ( 'la'a Tinker. Minnie
i : ultlp Ih.II
flat "Iriehlngn 1ht'y wft hitir if havedandruff.
bi.ii'i-h, of f ,llrCnl I, I ., ,,',,, i/y. a healthy you
)Ii",i I .1, :a ., ., I I \\ I'lll.-y.,: Mi,--,- .l..s-f..hiii"| I ll'i.i! . -. Ceiuldiiio; /I.e-li, Alh.ihal, ,
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'to i y. II. : ' t- of a buy. slat a gill.
; alit, ;. ,iload". up of fi'l, i f, '-nl, iii. i .1 1.\\ I llcn.illur' , Mi-s" ':.MililiedTi.iM ) (1,1 \ixilla, Fan I Parcel; .I'a'. This. dotrttc'.rxe" scuff robs ,
MX' I"( t'1\i .d'u! ', I 1.:0':i> I Ii . mix/ l: Ii 1.1 iMiUiiinm: ; ( ( i.i l itt ;I1 ?l,'. Mi,
lire III'I I I )I'-IM-' 01.I < :.I IL'liinh"d tMi ),. .M.n :Miss
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hii, II., I 1.,1"0, .. ,,,', .' ((1'.1.' I I. Ai.il'i"" ( l.iik. Th-.a, Pi,1:1-011.:' : l l-.ed perfectpecimcn of Mr, piii" wa und of
-.\ i.i'" '', I f".' tin, "i- t'-'i.l' I .1 I II' ."i.V t XiIIMl.l \ II ,,1 M Myna. ,", I Ilit: I'-i-'I.I -. produces fcvei i ishni"-s itching
( ?I Seiiifiiio 1'luaulu.rii. KltriI.i :!
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1'1. i i i t 1\' i rl i !.- /h::m ,1'it, > vil J. Sll\del." % fl, et. The -l.ilf, i I- to lie foiwalded, : , 'to loosen and die; then the liiiii out

h' i 1''i.i ,. ' ,,i t \i' .. .. Second,, I ( ;rul: .-- U. (tin-n, ttitan: ,, .1, ;pii'i.l. 1 from, II ,' fast.. Suiely get a :J.!r;. cull bottle! ofinotvlton's
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te'i, lain, niriil, ,, lointrlil' al II"1.. I II" r,1,1.I inc'i IInni 1 'ii'1 I 1'h I \1-I \I"
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Ill"l nil Chili llou-e, , I tl/! < (ChaptiT: I..s,1 ( hiiniaii:' | at ln'i I IIIHIIC, on .\01,I In ; '
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JlIIl,-", bi'iriiiniiif at 7.1(1( fiVliick. to hillu Mi-, .1 i: :Mi- WadeI'mkcr. and
It..t.'i Lupfer.
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fTir.SPU Ralph 1 Schildci Thoina.jniik.( :: > Monday
which lire 'united' nut only all Iii r < MiX.) -:. I iI.! Cat, -"". :MiS., ,
Mail Ix nuln
:) limper, ''oiighRi.tb ''
members of t then own dumb;, ,andcongregation 1 ::; KVKMNC: ; (; Rla'll'1'IONThe : : :
but all frieiuls and,, well- II. AultmanTlie following th.iirnien of the 1)11\) I Stalling:: '/ 'Hl-ie: ,A1'elrltLoutt''aung .

wishers in the C'Ol1lll1l1ll1lv.. av well as Mnlar Tu'sila\ mining rt'ropIIIIM '- i
,
-taniling' commit! 'C- wennppnitled
tourists and stran sojourning'in at I the I Hail 1 1\1'nl\lll,1I 1 NVomaiiV Fourth (;rudeIt.bi \ ,
>;eis now : I
, will ,,, of 111: II. (' bv the president : (CIMIcommittee, :" M.ILeo: Canoxa. : .lanet'1 I
our midst A silver offering' Chili was in chuifti I IF.d
:MrsH.. C. Stanford ; membershipcommittee. / (;,.a\-( ( at lie llansell. Willie Ling H
: be taken. Stanfoiil.: Fully a hundit'il, sun'
per
MiVade, ] Tucker, : !legis- Lupfer. Katherine: Illllerlame, : [ WHITE CORDUROY
were present" and the etenng's( program '' (
latixe ,'ontnllltpIr: C. A. Carson.Mr ''
AFTERNOON: : :; TEA I J was thoroughly enjoyed. The Ogram Nellie: Taylor Isabel, Tyner
: VV. I.'a named as chairman JameSnow.. I
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with addressof
Mrs. 11. W. Voice entertained. a .Vining welcome was from opened!Miss Elizabeth an /Dont'lrun ) of the committee. to prepare by Fourth Grade; --K. I'i'

number of friends with a tea at the ', president of the Woman's Cluh. laws. Edgar Rogers, R. \1)) Thomas Paul I
Hart Memorial Woman's dub The/ follows For the present the activities of the Grubb Elmer Schwcikart Fannie I
was as :
nesday afternoon in honor of Wl'd'j Piano program solo -selections from Cham- ,! club will be confined to the literary Seymour, Delia\ I.edbetter, Ruth Herz- SKIRTSJUST

f guest, Miss Emma Boyer, of Tan pa. inade-Miss Wagner. und civic departments, but a home berg, Madge Rivers Helen! Schmidt, H

Miss Boyer favored the guests with I Readings-"The Lonely Land," economics study class will. be formed Virginia Funsler Olive Hutherford.

a number of piano selections during Madison 'awein ; "Crimson Sails," I very soon and it is believed a large I Fifth Crade--A
the afternoon. Those number of women will enroll in it. It Johnnie Bronson Gladys Calkins,
"I present : Noyes given by Miss Aultman.
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Mrs. James Caldwell Miss Jean Miss Hamilton sang "The Little Old'' is hoped that this class will be ableto Winifred )Denning, Robert Kritz. RECEIVED TODAY

I well, Mrs. M. A. Evans, Mrs. S. 80u-1 Fashioned (House! ," and "His Lullaby" I' haveinstruction twice a month Fifth Crade-- .
ders. Miss Etta Witherspoon, by Carrie Jacobs Bond. from Miss Agnes Harris who is now Clara Johnson Nellie Woodall, Zelmn f

Lasley, Miss Ix>ssie Lathrop, Mrs T.I Miss Hishon sang "Billet Doux" and in charge of the home demonstrationwork I Hronson, Blanche Mueler, Willie

Van Duzer, Mrs. M. Mun :er, "'ui,'koo" by Liza Lehman.Mr. I in this state. Johnson.
I An interesting short has REGULAR $5.00 VALUE ONLY
Elizabeth Aultman and Miss Frances Armstrong sang "Thou Art program Sixth Grade--A.
1 Bay. Like Unto a Flower" and "In the been prepared for the; regular meeting I Lillie. Hansen, Velma Hudson Lucy ,
on Monday afternoon and certain' Lupfer Elizabeth Parker. Wilma Wil-
Time of Schumann.At .
$0REAI May, by '
NOTE >ERS plans for the future will be discussed'at
S so.i., Frank Rt-ed. .
the close of the musical '
programL.
that time. Every member and Sixth Grade B
A. Hamilton addressed the
j It is almost impossible for some the of stricken assemblage every prospective member is urged to'' Ella ardner.ra Johnson Ruby $2 98

d member of the Valley Gazette staff on subject thje be present. at this meeting which will Oliver, Dorothy Miller :Marv Schilder
of Serbia and stated that he .
people
,r to attend every social event held in entertainment to I be in the Hart Memorial ( formerly Charles Jackson, Robert ; Kissimmee. It is difficult to learn of was planning an known the Chapter House) at 3:30
raise funds. for their aid. I as Eighth, (;iradi;-A
every event which occurs, but if our p. m. Miriam :Munger Percie Oliver :Hinkle -
Dr. W. B. also addressed
4 readers will help us we believe it will the Witherspoon By way of explanation it should U.- Gardner Edith :Miller! Cornelia '
't' be possible to .have mention of /gathering.< said that member of the old Hart !
some '" If. every Lancaster, Dorothy Wells, Grace Eleanor Dollar Limit Store
', everything that happens in Kissim MUSIC CLUB IS FORMEDAt Corporation is enrolled as a memberof Graves, Arhtur Gardner. t ,

the Woman's Club since the cor- Eighth; Grade-B e"
mee.When
trI you know of a social event, the Hart Memorial Woman's poration as a whole had voted to become Margaret Kenton Myrtle Whidden, "

I when you entertain call us up by telephone club house, Friday afternoon, the a club. That action has since Freda Schweikart Jessie Bowen Annie .. 4" ,'I

or better still noto the details "Kissimmee Music Club" was 'organ- been rescinded as .,.aid above and the Turner Vashti Harmon. ',,,",' \." +
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of the entertainment and mail them ized. In addition to the marked musical corporation and Woman's Club are High f School=; Honor Roll. ", '" . -It . .
I t.-'I"i" w ..... t.-.....- ... ... ... ... ...- t..Aft t.,.
to We want item and distinct -
K us. every we can talent:: possessed< by the citizensof now entirely separate yet Ninth Grade.Stratton .

.- \ pet and you can help us make the this city, artists of rare ability are the names! of members of the- corporation Story Henry Edxvard.slilunchc - -- -- -_ __ ___ ___ __ __ n -- -__ wt-
Valley Gazette more interesting. numbered) among the winter visitors )I still remain on the list\ of charter Davis.

\ rl.rll spending several month* here eachgear members of the Woman's Club) Tenth dratle.Christitie I i

IS t MOTHERS ) ELECTSThe : Thie/ are also a number in this and will (lemain until the individual' Itt-y, Ruth{ Howell, Cliurlie I Cash is We Sell for Less
;;' I II ;community who an1 not muMcsans" : notifi, -s the/ 'I'rdarof till' club that Regero. 'I King

t Mothers and Teachers Club but an-' "i"",,,, loveranil! this club -lu' doenot "h' to lie counted a EI"\: nth Grade.; )
I held business
a meeting at tho home ( "is I tli ,ri'Mill,, i'f a i-onrerU'il i-IToi of ,member/ of thai "gani/.at, 'ion. The :Manic Witheipoon 1-:1.1": DeitL., .
of Mrs. J. 'f. RolK'rson
!'I last 1 F"lIlayaf- ,d-ies of the ditn.ct OPENINGMr.
the-.' hues, < lassThr !- two nliruuiutiunare' ; D (Geiger; SPRING
ternoon at which officers" for t the on-i al-o of The membeiof , ,
( I' iiirrtiMi'' at the lul)'> lion-e \" rout e. Twelfth Grade.Kiiith ; i
,: suing year officers were elected. follua:1'I'J :.fled to i.nl-i, ( l\ :Mi-- IIiibpth: ( the eoi poi' :at ,iii.. will, pav their due-, Ni-xxongi-r.-: Liliiin, Pientis, ,
; The named are a-. : ,ultnia'i. who : damns (111" of one dullai: I twenty tent" t- per" \ -aito ( ele-f, Mo-rley., Paruh, ( 'Iarl ,
:" pie-ut.d| < Fald'i with the most line
here the old reliable complete
president, Mrs. .1. I L. (thirst) , e '! ; vur I the \ln- .1 Prevatt is ,
'' t ion treasurer. i ,
'mi" 11".f irani/iitniii, / ' when the fol- 'I''a[ < alkinGEORGIANS-, :ManiIhtyd" ,
.' president MiM M linger ; 1 tiea-uier I. 1 K.ilii'i-nr+ ,' the 'nii'inbiis, I ",f the Wom.in' of Men's shown in this all the
+ .Mrs. K.: K.: :Ntuigle! I I.\s :u i"i r 1111'11"1'i w i it vl"Iu( 'led l : pie-i' Clothing ever city, showing new patternsand
4 dent MiM.Mtilla I : .K. heal:, ; Inire -' ( tub, ni.f" d that; \per veai: I.1 toMi I
Following the election .1,1" ion TESTIFY models of 1916 clothes.
tefreshments (Cla.x .lohn-riii" ,,,, tiea-urer" of tin
a1 h wprnemail, and \ ,, |pn e-liletit, : :MisHlhi" ,|>; -eronil" ;
a considerahle -
\ I'. K.: XSi'Ilver Woman'lub.' ( .. I'hi- explanation: i-
-ei'lo-'
\ lei" p",01"t.
P\ \i ''; ation. time spent in social' conx'er- tiny :Mrs, .I.1.V.. rA'iili-\ : ttt'turertill , :l'n, 1 tiei :anmany seem/ not, to kni.wof 10 MAYR'S REMEDYLives The Family Store invites you to come and see our Spring line.

: 1. M. .Johl' -ton braid of 111"1,11" tjle -ipaiatlon' : of tile elllb ftomIhi' '
(. ., A social! e-sion of Ihe'ehib\ i being ; -
l no held this afternoon the"Hart : Miss .Minnie! loiei-! I K. e\Vitt l coipoiation' and, behexe that I the - I The who knows clothes.
at Memorial man wears our
f'h both.. Redeemed und ] in
y Woman's club. Bon, and I Mr., A rm-t i ong. The chili dues to one" o"a"ll.alio"! cox-eis >rtunc8
will meet theeeoml ;roil fnuith, Mon-i The I Halt' I :Memotial (Corporation, IIt'ullhrp RecoverrJ.Most J'
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ENTEHT.\I HOY.LEIfIUIlS() (; \' (d.tyof path month, at the''olllan'- i henceforth will, cone TII it-elf with, i SHOES, CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS
maintaining, and huihhntr the hlirarv : of the problems), of health originate I
( 'lul;,) building, 1'lins: ale being made | up
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in the} ,toma, h. lIt: of these )'
The for the I of musical keeping" the Ke-t Room open" ,
:. Royal/ Neighbois nx'mheis i /and! t sytenmurtidy | THE FAMILY STORE
I the \\ (,..1..1)I""C', ailments can be cured. Thousands of i ipople
their friendxveie, entei ,.untilVt'd- authors anil theirorks.. ( 01'" ','h /giving
il 4 ricsday <,v..ninat the home of 1\1 r-. an ''
; 8. U. Marks. The house s pic'.tilvdecoratfd '! by the club. Neatly: fatty iiK'iiiliers 1 the Hart :Memorial piopeityas , urn needlessly suffering from stomach 116 Broadway HARRIS & PEAKE Kissimmee Fla.

\: : with, cut flowcis and the Iliac; ,alu'a.ly,. been ;eniolliil, ; and ,it I "i- I : a l'O"'I1IU"tlotllld"1" ,and tit ,ic troubles, while. thousands' of others. )i

s ) : evening spent" in various gameand < \ieeted|' . that a ineiiil 'islnp, ) , of twue I tilt t.i. 'I 1 be l Fiance.Willanl, \I'nio'i' have found<1 health by the' use of :\luy. J

c )' ', Contests. Refreshments consisting' .,1' Ihal nunil.ei,, 1 will le obtained.) \\'. I'. T. II cooperate-' all of thcetroiett Wonderful R.iii, tIy.
", A salad course and cofTiM.* and, I cake ./ if.LKK'S I ( ahalf owneiof" the ploprity this, remaikable remedy" is, proof.I .. ..... ... ...... ..... ... ........ ....._ .. ..___.. __.
; BlHTlIII 111)ltlllVlII : Ili-re are the xvoids, of two, Georgians; ': :.a-.a-- : : : : : : : :"': :":":"" ';' : : :- : ) >-: : : : : : : : :-: : : : : .: : :
Mrvvd./ Tho-e
were '
c pie-int were :
I :Mrs. M. !Manger Mi \\'. 1'. l.i-w-, -- - - -- alit have used ,it : I In. I'
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i'; rence Mrs J. A lIal'lla* )', MisMir, \ Ilryan: (,haplet, Unil'd! II) )Owh I '0':0' :: Pleasant.' ' nu:1) -: -: ] ; ; \\'. iv.-u-htieo" st., i I ;! INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE f
Atlanta, la.; "I 1 took bottle ofMayr's .
di tam Munger, :Miss, Doiotlry! Well-, leis of the ( 'IIIf"dl'ahllll".d, the tl'-ychologist that you cue a one .
y 'S :Miss Louise Uac'x-on' \1'a, ( ,ie IoI11hdol\ IIf It"Io"lt I :. Lee, \\It''Ii' a 0- good, Man,) when childien like to follow, 0,01"1 ful Remedy. and it dd', | I ''I.

b j Hopson, Mr J. K. Itronson. ,- I 1.1 " "\ "" and 1""J'a": ", HI thi. IiaitIonitirnil I you around. me so much" good I must continue the i! .1: Let us insure your Life, your Health, your Properly. :$

vim Weaner, :\11'.-. II. W. :Moirew, \ . IVinnul'h", : h '! '.: "Mnih,, dt ponds, on the motive" l'\e( I treatment. l'i t.SALISTA .
I I J Mrs. M. A. Saw x or." :MrD.'. I. Wall-' '111111-01.\1 iyening. A number" of'I Ifto.nd ''lad. '.ra hoot at me." THOMAS) : il.:; La France !, t.;::. Information in regard to properly for :y::
'Ing, Miss Helen K Suwxvr, Mi.J., .1.i of t Una 111<',nll Pis, responded to. I .t., Atlanta, Gu.; -"I hate taken your' :
------ ---- for live xv-ceks. 1 feel like .: sale and rent cheerfully; given. :f.
B. Dillard, Paul Walling.' :.Mr-, ( ;Je..ige, the. 11Iit'I.'n, .;' 10 attend and I it " remedy I i j
t Millard; and \.Irs.:1I < utl.-rmun.l did prtigiunias' rcnilcicl. :\11" I.. :.NOIK( i 1': l lTo madly known my stiength--my ] '
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1 ", I II. Ingiani l1., -Nutt, of the firganrtitm /"- I .ite, is fine." appe'I'| :. In addition to fifteen othcrgood companies, we :!1 i{:I

V,} WOODMEN: :; ( IKCLi I: l.NSTM.I.: :: I nporiod" t the ini'f* mir and t tl- 1 the Property, Owner" of O-eool.i\ I Mar'sVond(,rful Remedy gives i now represent the well known :.f.:

Loid'- (Pia\er' agiven; "I"I"i\l.I\' I ( 'aunty : permanent, results for btnimich liver ; :

t ih' Tohopc-knliga ( ;,ro\e" )Nn; I i';.",. Woodmen with, tin Cet.I': I II! WithiM-spoon' aI. I will be at tlie, following Yiamed, I and intestinal", ailments.] Eat': a, much :: HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of New York :f

Circle, instalk-d titllprat' | the I I. ..del., The meeting' was then tinned ,luiruu'tun, lint' gi\en below for'l' mil xxhnlexer you like. No more dis- I &

meeting held TII"d,1, Eli, i oxer" to Mi-. A.:1 Simpson' 111"01'1., ,, the putpi-e of' ictci\ing' tax Id"I'II' I t tress" after eat tngiiresvtne of /j gas in :: I]) 6.A..G- ::E :I.
1 I. ternity' ludl. :Mi llama, ( ;iilbeit., of of I tb' in' ,'al1l 'al ,ion. 'I bf I P"OI!snn' nImth teal I and pel sonal \\0"" '" ty. (the stomach and around the heait.Get .

I, Jacksonville" state, oigam/rr' of the w.ias t followHi : Sh"I:0.,/ ( b :-J! C ; one )bottle, t of your ,druggist I ;: now Second floor Citizens Bank Bldg.. I Kissimmee, Fla. :=_:

V order, was present, and l acted ,as Installing ,- "1 >rida.: My I'londa.' -*.III!. Ind l bvtbi' Tuesday, .Ja II"a 1\' '.-'.".Ih. ,and' try it on an absolute, guarantee :!

officer.' Sit.. a--i-ted, ( ( 'alll ( Prerinct; No.Vrdnet- :! if not satisfied will, }be I .. .... ... .... .. .. .... .. .. .. . ... .. .... .. .. ..... .... :
x\as by t JlIII" (;iiils., ampbell. money letiirned' : : : : : : .:-: :--:-:"' -: : : .:-< :-: .: : :-:--:-: ; -:':' : :-:-:-; :-: : .: .:-: :-:- : : .: : :..:..:-:--:
t r Mrs. liest us inst-ailint' attendant. I Stati-tn" i f the I'( I 11.) (C. by :Mr oIa\. .Iinuaty,, 'Jiith.SI ;t .
\1 t \\The officers install,) were! us followMrs. ) : Simpsonl.ibloiial ( 1011I1: "Precinct" No.1 1-Thurs--

f' Ollar guaid'an ; Mis., Wal-h advisor : fioni, Tampa Tiilnine.lead : da\ ..lan.iai .- Ih.C .

"j ; Mrs. Plait-, chaplain, ; Ml-. I bv. \li,--, FI'/al.dh' Aultman. ( tab, ( iu-s, "I'rei-init" No.-Satur--

i, I Sumner, inner .sentinel; IMis. ( '''p'3 '- 01.1) Folks I at Home," by Miss Lot-I day, ,.4rnualIh.. ::: \ .

9 land and Mrs. 1 Kexford. manager- ; tie l.awler., Whittier' Piffinct 1'\0.) (Monday: ( IRAXSTONE HOTEL"ON

i ';IIJr*. Young and *Irs. Joiner' attendants "Hixie," sung by all present. January :31st.l.okosee.; .

f ; Mrs. Croxton clerk and J. W. "Father. Ryan's\ Conquered} Hun- Precinct N n. T.uesdny, BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA"
Prenti., banker. ncr; ," Miss" I Inez: Carson. February 1Uliassenger.

r Following the installation a.social "America." bv all present.. Precinct No. 7-Thursday KISSIMMEE FLORIDA !

[ :'cession and banquet was held. The Miss i Louise "Phomason presided at February :3rd.NnrcooBsee ,

,, J evening was one of the most pleasant the. piano for all the musical num- Precinct No. R-\Ion-: Is now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly of the Mount Washington \ s '
J'Jn the history of the order. day February 7th. 4
. bers.A social hour followed
I, ij GOLF CLUB DANCE mid refreshments of cake und punch Tuesday, February 8th. Kissimmee Golf Club. ,Many improvement now being made in hotel and grounds.
4 were served. Kissimmee, Precinct. No. 1-All .
( -, verypleasant;' social affair of thee ,. through March. I CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

: ( week was the regular biweekly dapceat MRS. BOICE ENTERTAINS:" WILLIAM I. BARBER, ,

k [ the Golf Club last Friday night. Tax Assessor Osceola County. "

r J>Ittsie,WM furnished by the Dixie or- Mrs. II. W. Boice and her sister, 4-4t ,

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1916 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ... .11 PAGES.
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ,Go to the City Market for. 'choice Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Wray of Knoxville ORDER OP'rVB.UICATlOKtClrrwlt spray' thick. Where cactus It avail edible leaves. Th spray should be

(TdUphoae No. ID meats. Phone 44. T nn., arrived this week and are I. C...<.-**..<>Btk JJIlal Clr- able thirty pounds of ground cactui applied whenever, or as frequently as,
.. stopping at the Gray stone hotel for p>l" ...<. .> rivrlilB, !.. mmt forCmmmtr. in 60 gallons of water may be used. the caterpillars bccom* .troublesome..
Published :Every Friday PyW. Miss Effle' Lawson has returned some time. Although they have-been () I. .. '.* !. C h..c-r7': Allow the cactus to stand in the water
home from an extended visit with relatives coming to Florida for' number of ' 24 'houra. Tnen strain and the
a .... apply
B. HARRIS R. a. VANS .AGXBW H. K. r mmi T, Kd. B"7." _.....
., ; in Birmingham, Ala. years this is their first'visit here and .._ ...1.. ....1..... .. II..... ., lead of arsenate to the water In which
., .... 4 they are very iruch pleased with the Bry... the cactus soaked. NQTICE
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All coat suits and ladles' coats will ( ...1.1.
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UUH+fo.O< O 0 M> city. and imate. . Lead arsenate should not be applied -
be sold at a great redaction at the 1 Ida Mar n Hl.. Rdlth "May. lltm.. Cpr> within ten days befoie the cabbage .is ATLANTIC COAST LINE BAIL-
Weather H. C. Stanford Company's\ store. President H. C. Stanford 'of the I...... _..... "' .. ..11..... ..... to be marketed. There is no dongerto" ROAD COMPANY. "fI:
ReportFollowing Board of Trado announces that the ... .111....... MlllUMi Heraar*! Slai.laeaB. the ...L'E.
but the
consumer spray detracts ---
Ten-inch embroidery Monday Holvaioa Klljaa KliBBiOB*.
annual meeting' of the organization "Marr IriclBla 81...... l.a.lla* Kllaabp from the appearance and thus AUCTION SALE OF UNCLAIMED "
o'clock.
0 7 cents
morning at
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Limit a yard- will be held at the city council hall Dollar Store. .aad all rmmmm elalaiiaK lalrre.tla
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on Friday February 11 tho Officerswill 99 would have several I
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are daily temperatures Regular 16 cent embroidery ten be elected for the ensuing year .f. ( aakalalal.I cabbage at one sitting to obtain KUsjmmee, Fla. Dec. 2t, 1915.

and precipitations as reported inches wide all edging, only 7 cents and the work mapped out. Further TO AL.(..*.ia.. .\\..MUM.......IT MAY CONCERN: I enough of the poison from the fore By direction of the Freight Claim,

by Government station a yard 0 a. m. Monday-Dollar Limit details will be given next week. It pp MiiHtrg- 'from th* nlTldavIt tv.. going formula to sustain injury Affent notice is hereby given that
at Kissimmee for the week ending Store. 11 n Crawford 0 r Holk-ltorm' for CotnlUalnatita Then too the cabbage heads from the the fo.lowinff listed freight v.11 be ,

I; r, January 20: Rem mber that Saturday afternoon rtl l l of flld Ida In this Ui-H cauii.**Edith. that Ihel inside and poison rarely reaches the sold at public auction for freight and '.
< May May
!. Max. Win. Rain Get some of that ten-inch embroidery Is Community Day at the" "Hart llpltx Ovorirle Oeltl Hunnn A 81mIIDIIIH other charges at the Atlantic Coast ;

'( Friday 73 55 regular 15 cent variety at 7 cents House" and everybody particularly .. Vtllliini Rvrimrd Hlniniotin. HoliMiion Line Freight warehouse on Thursday !
-i. h h IA vnrd Monday morning at 9 o'clock- the strangers will be welcome. Come Klljiih Hlintti >nn. Mary VlrKlnlnSlninioiiH NOTICE January 27th 1916. .

( I. Satuiday __ h 74 49 I Dollar Limit Store. and get acquainted. Tea will be Ailii' I SlniinotiH PnuMne KlicnUt-th r"'UhJll"| Slminonnnnd lit-iclu Goods sold without guarantee of

,\ J.: Sunday n_ _ 78 5(5( .. served from three to five for those nitmt-'l are .uiiknoun tluit tlienr.- i I Notice is hereby given that the quantity. Quality or value. ,
Mrs M. B Hunt and daughter Mi.ss who for i" i i' t IHHK. < of t w ''iul\'-oneinrn. and I
50 .33 I care it, at a charge of ten Sale 10 o'clockA.
{ Monday n_ _ 75 S.: Inn I th.., .- Is. no otn. within Hi.' 1 Slnl.- i Annual Meeting of the Stockholders will commence at -
Bessie, of Franklin Ohio are hereto for . .
cents tea and cake .
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.f Kli.,rlda tinHI U of I< M. .
1 : Tuesday . .. l HI 40 i I \ ) uhl'! '" |)" 'of the CONSOLIDATED TITLE V'-t''
the winter. Thcv have taken
spent whom oulil hind! until HH .ind1i
11,1011 M | 1 Terms Cash. 5IT
, A TO 42Thuisdav !\fl' and Mrs Wv A laige party of Kissimmee people "I" I COMPANY: will be held at the office -Spot :'J
: Wednesday I rooms with . L Paulk /:
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A. R. A. A. C. L..
attended the dance at..thc Coimtry I It Ix. 11..r.>i < flr,1o",1 I that mild, |, of the Company at Kissimmee Florida J. HUSKE ,
h' 77 4j :} I Shoes for the family at I'. .aw- "luh in Orlundo last night. Among I Hi KiiiiiiK-iiti| > Inami.. th..\ h-.h l \ me' on Monday the 7th day of Pebi-uniy Fayctteville, N. C.
.y 1 1'"ul'.1 t" 111'1.| i ni to lh HIM of. Ciinillilnt 1910 at ten oVlock for the 1 car Slabs & Lumber (ACL-4 070) ;
'.' son's. tho.so who motored for the dance : '11".1 1 In. inti1 luliHi' on ul Ii. fti'". : pur- I
<":..:..:.-:-: ..:..:--:-:..:..:..:...-:-:-:.-:-:-:-:-:..:.:..:. I I weie: :\11and Mrs up. Howard Kat7, M'..n,,IKV III.. .Ilil it.." nl, .VH II. 1 :'111. i iHi i pose of electing directors and for the From 7-achory's Mill consigned to

CM..W..J'........_....... ...-:............... ................... 'I ,1. \1..EI111\1ITIlY.: ienio "cnting 1heCoxmi'ton :Mi'. and :Mis.. J. S. Cad.l. Mr and !Mrs. "Hill' i l I.\\. l"I.i.""tli. n-i\*n Hi i.,,m uiitloii, ,I..H*, it ..I'l I"(. x h".ilil M 111)1 1I H.-: transaction of stJch other business OR- Yellow PIa. Pine Lumber Co., Kissimmee 2-4t \:

.1' Conipanv. Jacksonville.i I| C:. I.. Bandy, Mr and :Mis.. H. E. -I"'.' <" may be brought befoie said meeting. I ,
. : ::: W1l s here on Thuisdatailing on the I :Nuugle.\ ] :Mi. and Mrs. J. I n. Clark, I .II. IK finlh. I null-nil. lh.it 'h\\If mil." "iI W B. CUAWFOIU), I T tAre I
.s I I" llltllHtl'' ll 1111)1 II \\l-.k f.ll' .iullt
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tindeKolieit .
goods I 4-2t .
(try llaiiv' Huntci, W. A. Smith, Ru 'sell Sccrvtaiy.Invigorating I
The Local Field ''.1IUtK W I 'J K-* ll 111)' 7\lHiMlMI I Ii f i
i :i= < ile, \". A. <;igoiGeoige iidner, \ 011. \ .iri-ll. .i \\ .Klv liiWHpij. il .
:lld.uurhlh11,1 '
fuii'lv of i I
:\/1"/ Nan: Aldoi' Miss MildiedI l""llMhi.l, It" Htiil. \ l 'iunti 1 .mil 1 if 1.111-, '
s man, to the Pale and :
SlwklyTlie
y Olnev', w'ei"it".s in Kisimimelast ii "I i 1"1 1 uliil i"ii In Hill i "ui"1 v Your .
< -:.. .: .. -:-:-:- .: -:- ] \\-'I.k. I (*e. :Miss,, Leonoit Hi..hn..cl.. Miss Sue \\ l'I'': I'ss:: ; : |,. |It"| l ..i .il, ,1. .1 I inn .. VVI
\\atson. C. I II I. IuckUand :Miss! ;Mad I I'. ,M], ll"H. .1 111,,.In.' Of till ) '" Hit I -II tII Oil! !Ptnmlitrd irenrral HtmiRlhenlnir tonic' .
I ., .. ,.. ,., t.KOV ll'S TAIITII.HSS clllll T.(1.N:|<_.<1l IxfH out
'II" S "til .1",1',1' I' 1 "I.u\'I'\ I II' Electric Lights
: Fi..e insmame' taxes pnld See A. Tiilinn ;Monlsdo-M, I.. IM-s. =N'utII t'niL!' Hill of !NanoohsceI I S,.U t. or I Ft.1 I,) Ml.l, .,., .,,,1 1 .,IS I ]1. ,JI.1'I".r ]. Mnlirin.rnris.limth: l 1'MM|nnill. >iilldnii|>(t'liciivitriii .
E. l1I'OuCht.'W i : Ri\os I'mlding :'JOtfI'll ss. Hdtieipold). Sim 1'n',1, ; i ii tin i,111. i il' . ii "r ", i"I i A true tunic. Fur adult, ftuil children. SK
Ilod, llillis. if \Vliiltit-i.; w.io in the< I .\, itnlm. I:i\ ,' .1.I ", .411 v V - --. -- -- --- Out of Fix ? .
and Uii'lci,' .its nlwavsfound :"i ] )'hOied Kv the students ofthe ,
JIIK\ mi iitv' li--t\ \\Ok to attend tountv' touit puj pi ',. .in .. L iv : : <.t'II"T i i i i ii
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at ( il\l :\ladd. "p-im.i- 4i. tf I'imeisitv! of I 11nd iila at ( !'1'11/>sville I i .,l. i '. i i mi, ( mi t ti LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED
: Call Osceola Electric Co.C.
;
(". S. .Vne \\'.dlci' I I.a.i .. 0" 11"h"1 ionise in ngiirultiiiff : ", i . .1 \ 1,, i II .
I'.m, IJiid' Iutt! ( i :Nut In!' id for 1 :11, i K.i 'nid, .I John S\\-si| .i. M'fiom' t h ei,. I FI", ida fainuis nnd 1 ('inn' dull -..iii u."< ., r..i i '''i''. i i in, u,to :.. i iIllllll "Yoni. QuuKs, Chill Tonic ruled iny E. GARDNER. Mgr.
'"ul"f"n", IIH 'Il' wiith it. "i.:Jt I hiiv --- - -- -- - - --
) \ s vi a fi eat sut--s. .\mong '
( n-i,lull "of" 'liv"i wonininii..; tin. h-Lund of La"pe(;/ and IVvci' after
It 01 I I III .It.It. \
.
"II| >' thll .:' [I'M' AlI"t"y! : PomI House Wiring Fixture
.\. 1\ ... foi Hi,.' t 11' \ ., \IMtols ill till ('Itv. lat Wk'H Hie doitoi nudicinc and othei' I ,
\ m"11 v i in t i i I' it ] renie
.
I du fiom .Ju,1, ,1 Mont .. O. .1Si .. ,
i is : ii, III ( Ir i lt ( )MI .0. > )|| ll .11"1.., ( Ir- and Repairing
111,'i ,,d I. m:idt' li\' I KIIII: '; (I'.ik: 'l\' :i--t M Kiv its, i.f I J.a iUr> ( "itv'. sj' .,,1,1",1:1) i"-d.", I t'. K "('II d.,.. A.1.: :--'n-Io"; ,'nil SfnK-.r I 'lorlilu' Iii mill. I... d:i's faili.,il I

.1.I :"s. ( '"d.1 l 1 \\i\\ a ..1'"II''i"t"I' to \\'.. : tun. ,llw ,gin, st of h' '1"- 'i" d .\ 11'. *<(''i '11\, will -."taloll""' ], an (i.N..I.I ( nun I, I I.. 4 limn t'r t I J.1JLA ( ', KO\CII Hiifton Fla I \ 1 1 9 BROADWAY I

1 .imp' '"i o \\' ( <|l1I.d.y..llIdl | .1.! Hi T.1 I : Hi-{ ','! mil, f iiml". HiIi li...) -I I... ..."("dl"t. .'" 1 ("ittki I II I. s,,.,., iiml. 'I, | :,|. ItrMiii. ..,..,-pnrl-. Sold] liv ()scolu. Phaimicv, J"e: .
f' foi,' It Mv.., "i-. v-li'it- hiwt" >l onI.II :'ttti. ,inull, IK MI' Kissinime. 'lluv' (!, Ill TM .ll.llll.. llllMllll-MM. IIN lll." .V :

:-' < i I I'. l.iil'i-; was. :i ''iiismiisitm IlltssI an ,. I .idmtin) *:Iv.it Co II' i to gtl :< II r.4 Illll ii ii |||||.IIIIIM M. .

\ lo lamp." ) on \\ idiitdAMIS .. I! P. Wiling: ; f! foipieih" ,. .ical est 11,1(1011.:(' I loiidau. \\ of the livtstotk sit. Illll* Mil' l>..llr. I:illlh, \1.'i: ,.. ..,.,,.r1 h...........--0.. "'L'..........-......-........................-'.-.-J.....-' .L-._............"' ..-.....-...................'.....,"--L.-.- ..-"'. .oL.O.... j

: Mo\,i or Timpi \\.i-" tin- t lalt. 01"1\ ii, Ki"imm' ; <-t'. h',1, ,'tiw 1.1., ..lllll 1 .. s. ,,1.| ,,,,.... VI 01 I,.11.I ....'I. s,,,.,,,, t

fill .t tlll \.1 k of Mis. |II.| \\'. /Him' .(.. "I.d! 11 t1I'am.! ., Intuits.,, in .J.I 1 1siiMvilli <- \\ il'iinn' :Mi/ .Itoii. a \\ i"t"I''blo i : ,' inKissininui V .)...N..liiiiit'.ii-i...Clll.lllllll' VVIIIifi.ii" I :Illllll II.rti'iril*||,lt,,".Ill linIII -. '' H M BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY ..

., was a vi-itoi' )henHi :Mmdi : Iin", pmili.t, tin/' UK'MIi ,- II m % % Irttlliln, *.liii IIIIIIIM. lMiit. M I ''Iyiilufll :i: FLORID "Th Land of Eitclianlmmnl. Im B.in.IoIaro
Y,n'i gd( the lust at <'Ily :\IIIJIl't.,, \ i ''Mill.in..(' at I lh,' ('ul'IiC" or l'(. iijmontav ,, sliiinti.iiN. .. "..1.10.I | *-1 ill".".UNii . ; Kfpidty Dmvftoptti Than Anv Olhfr ftatm in lh* Union
. . ,
,
,
n il nil ,ill rMi t -uliiilni* II 11 lul r MIIII I
Phone II.l'I'.d I 'er ne a nd 1 ;:' i' i,i i' ,t l'pt.i I II U i int"I10 ) ,, .
III tin Illllnf
'rl il'Nirlliiil
the in>
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C-i'Mt 1 I lt-mi-n v on should I tiv, M pailof I' ma I.(' mi", i ui'mt<''' 'ts in till'' I Iilh.t; I \\'(-lit to .J\I: (''k SIlllX llll-, .. . t
King tjualit ;,' hi "-, nl P II. 1 .awi did and will ", ..hal.ly> Hiipv It next MIMIIIlll llfWI
.Suiulav' and spent Mrndnthen- attending i son's.. i H'a"OI1. T I )IM- "1"1'i apaitnunt i i,s now' 'I 1''' Ml \\ 11:11,: II :M \ V I .i .\i .1.1 I I: \ :i: Real Estate and Insurance farm Pro LanJtCity ,

to business matttis. | I' (, 'c'np,,'<1 liv (d;. \\'. Pel'son**, who will ii i [1"i" '''i 'ILL' r, nm, ti.. .11,01.i 1 "n. ..r i: Ki..immee Fir Oronfm Gro.+*rty... i
*
I" C. Goodwin; of K.:lisas. Citv, . V\ I "i i w t.PI, 1 1 v 1'1. 1 1 I t I ,111 L..d. .
new'' ('(iiitim to liv<' tluK. I he loweiJipai . . ., ,. Trufknt11ILLS
:Miss Rubv Has" purbused! a ,1. It- III. t III- 111-'' II II.1 III : J. M COOPER. CUrk La..d. I
snent sc\eral days heie this kMr .. Colania.'ia. ,
we ,, .. .
leo-ntlv] .d liv' 1 I. , .
tlncl'l' \'a"III) U7ininiiniin -Itll- III 1 I -.1 I III III ''' '')1'' IIln : '.
Hunk from :Math Hrothrt
touring/ lai f.oodwin is a dealer in leal] estnt. "h] 01 I Itil- oth Mill,, lh
,. will Ix l by C. H. III sup I :
<' this woekMrs nd'a< irnuh, imp..e""l'cIith Kissiminee 1,1 "u n I IC'! -M'Mill' III-' .Mll'l Mil III : : : :-: ,x..c .. oo0 0 000000 00+ ,
Hilton aid faimlv of l LOll Ih I11H 11, who i".",,I- if Sll. ll. |,l, INIIIH, HO., 1" .. 1 It. .1 I III J '
: (;ito. F Paiker and :MIKR. Helen and the surrounding tern moved ill vesUidav, '. !Mi. Hilton (omes . "..t""I\\ II, I I.. I III ( "1011"|'l I IIn I lit .II ,I IJI1' Iis -- .
..loriesisited friends in )PuMnportthis tor> I I here to lie ('niplovd liv I the Tu('kerI . ',, .". ,\\10, I i 1'" "" ,,, 111 'till, Kill.,1) I 1"11 |
.
.I I till 1 l"It,1 III- litlHl Hill tl III I II"\\ 1"
week White Skirts nice for $1 .50. F. H I Brick ('onipanv'. The sale of the pioperty II""I"{ | ''' *, it I 1M thet.fili. ",,01".1 i .I
was mude by Breaker & Barclay 1 Ih.1 1 .ill ,IH t HI'ii H i-1.011011.I 1 .ni: nIl 1"1"1 ,In : ]\ TIIli:
Lawson ,, .. FJ...Ol TST. INC.
Oeo r. Parker transacted legal mil. tu I tin fnlli\ I. d.Hillli il |I"t isltlliltl >
}
,. , C'.I'. .. ,
I \ill till* llHI III
business in United States Court; at J. O Prevatt representing R Stern Mini,t -t,,iti "f I F'"I.I"' In-" It I ois 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Jackson-Mile this week & Sons., merchant tailors., of New A large paitv of Kissimmee peoplewent :J. 1 4 .if. I, loi..k. 4 nf s, .\ |11"1"{ I,,*"", .. I W* quote frmh cut flou>*rm for uimjmk beginning January 3, am follotamtRottt
to Orlando last night to attend Vllllitlotl' lo 111. toWtl of iHKllllllll"
!Mrs. R B. Savage of th- Manhattan York is at the Family Store for the a play given liv local talent at the 'llv Pi) >i 111:i. iiml .I,e",ln. 1411 v .mlV .1II -. Whit and Pink 93.OO ..nd$4.00 pmr do*.
remainder of the week showing the \'. .I nf Ml. Sin lh< nxt l ,>' II. I of tills .. .. ... '
American Baulim .
hotel made a business trip to house theie under the aURpi..e"of II , ,, , 1O.OO ,
suit flt'lp" and opera >\\ i, of tin sw 14 of s' '1 1 i I' 1'| in i iKhni .. .. 1
now spring assisting .. ,, Carnation. Whit and fink .
t OOLillift
Tampa on Wednesday the UmUd )Daughters of the Confederacy ', :< I-' Uini.411 I" ,inn! inn tin i iI '
Messrs PeaWe and Harris. in . .. ..
taking The I, \\ i si :{on "" it-* t hi fii i :si;"u Mi 711 \ .ii ,1- of lh* Vallty /..OOEattmr
When want fresh fish of the orders for clothing. play was an adaptation j "hi.in.). l.HHt :!lull \ iinlH tin..In S n"I hinilH 7" Lillitt .. .. '
you .
I from Ben Hur. Among those , ..I . 3.OO
\ tu ,lulu! biKlnnliiK. ,ll I" uppti .. I
nalt water variety and the finest oysters Lndiefl Underwear arrived at who motoied to Orlando and attended > tin. till' ..r ('''tiiplnlnt liiD-ln 111)-I Swttt Pa* 2.SO 100 .

brought to Kissimmee call J. AIjincaster F II. Lawson's.NE'w just I'the play wcie : Miss Alma Griffin, I I on, .of ,In. .fin.,. lln. Int ,di\. of :Mnil. Doubl Violet* 3.OO .. too i '1"
IH tin Hiilil\ HilI" 111 In tiiltin It" ( UK ,
Main and Broadway i Narctmtu 1.00" J_. I
Misses I/ottie and Lola Lawler] Miss rVns.il. It I Is fiiillni, otilii.il Mint, Misiiil ,
director.es; distributed I Leona Roberson Stanley Bullock, Mr ( ...i Ii. (1."II..h.1 I | | .mi.., n \\iek furtwil I J '
has wre
Howard Krtz purchased a ten- .. .. MISS JEAN CALDWELL KUaimmee
i\ \ikH' hi tin I IHIHI Agent
\ i OHM. Mit > ,
and Mrs L. II. Mrs A. A.
Ingram
this week by the Kissimmee. Telephone ... 1"'j
the Orlando road -
acre tract on pust ''mi \,11.\ i > 17. 1 1)' a ID \\ "''' I
north of the .city from Dr. DerbyKhire .comoanv the book being the Simpson Mrs II, C. Stanford Miss I plilillHli.'il' III, i.i.ol. (' ititilx anil ufKi
work of the Valley Gazette Elizabeth Aultman Kenneth :McPherI .in.i.al i '" u,*,i i ill f) i ill ("ount \ .
of St
Petersburg.R press VVIINIStin: :,: : ; / \HIIIDII'nlili' .InmcH \\ .
I Those subscribers who have not re-I son, Rolieit! Page. Mrs. Page, Miss ,'IIt.< .'In.li... nf 1'I./ . nil Court. .iflh I ---
A. Hogue and Charles N ceived one can g-et it by calling up the]I I Irz 'Car..on.. D (.. Wagner Missj I ,. I snMi. luillilil ("linnlt of 11,.. '
Payer Maud AlKe Wagner, Miss Alhertaj situof I 'i'i t tnh mil I fin <*li i K
wtreisitors to St Cloud last Fn manager I 1 linn, : of mil: i"I'(: ''. oftl: 111' H nl, of inlil I
day. While there they called on a I Hopson Miss Peggv Bohlutt James i iII ( .In\ .t. .Hi IB SlHt il,i\ of till",inr, 1 'Uli'; ,
number of their old friends the W L Paulk George Overstreet. Aimstiong, Miss Kllu Mae (lilbeit 1! 'tsi'1,11 .J.i i I. 1,,i-nsnrnT! I
among Holmes Prather and Henry Lightseysoent 1\1 rs.V.. L. Paulk Miss IouiseThomason Cl. i 1'1. Cllcult, Com'tOr ,
G. A. R. veterans. I ,, .
> wforit & iTrtell I ISollcltnrA
Whit- Miss Oskinwau
Wednesday hunting near Marlea for Coinplnlnnntir 5-12t I
M yor H. R. May was a visitor in tier. :They .fllm f'd several fine deer Rishoo, I'rator Gilbert, Mrs. S. H. I ,

Jacksonville this week to. attend the V"it failed to bring any of them home. RuHoek Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mr and .

t' conference of the mayors of Florida They secured a number of birds and Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Miss Marie Huddlcfiton I Penn >'lvania has neaily 7.000 women : i 't '"

.t......' nnd other southern states on the question small. game however. I I and Everett l obert!!. : farmers. J .. ,,', '\" ''': $,,:;,,: ./A!,/ "t"My- '! 'i ,f 4V Y nMTJ\ : '..'

of traveling paupers. Middy Blouse good value. F. II. DO rotRE: W

The "Hart House" as the Hart !Memoinil Lawson ,

wt'- building is sonvjtimes called '
nt'A.. M Chisholm will!!
preahSunday [ r .
The Farmer's Dollarlast
ha s a work to do in this tonimumtvwhidi
moining at the Chiistianliurch
is us impoiLant in ill< way usth' It J Oc read
ttoik of the "Ik'll 1I0u".." In ( hicago I .: on "The Sunilanight I aith, that K be" movnsMountains" will1sripik costs you to aboofe. .. ;

L..t'I 'one help it along
>
the siihiett How the Conipl
on -
W'. .J. I FlinJ.r. of fit"l'miinlo\Mi, Pa, I'liinir ridi: 1 .i. Hrother v\as. AI1"wl'.1' W" ('" mv" pulilishiil icin.nkto !,,1'c0l11emoll' noisv. and vviuthfu. Bunch of new r'1

a w intei. \isitoi'' in Kissiiiimi'tbe, dl' Tin publii. is atOiUd n ('oidiulweliome fainuls, in this, vuinitv iuntod| I that .ibout :*:10 lost lining{ f."i nu i < than (

IM-\-S ,in walking us a lit alth pro i iW i saving aliout "" dollai,' is I the nuiMoiaillv 1 Ie. does aliout 1OO I lust, to sonic pel .
Ihinir in the vvoild" It vsast.itd son oi inteiest\ that fninis the fjiniis -
till, IM, To pi'O\ .' Ills 1o.H'] ( ill tills ones now In.
II of TIll'I KissimmtM' Pi odu. dio\\;
llinl.iw Oilindo who th.it tills SUMMIT should IK ( ( -
f in in of extitise, lie madi! the ttip
foot (Oilando this | "11'l>i"( faim 'is is oi, f..ni/(.d to piomote the fmni t
a to out day .
\\'Uh'l 0.0111. I .ake, ( )ianii-f and ,inmole 11 1"- doll.ri Is tin* most. (.ov\a>'dlv' of all nil: indiisttv iilidut KissimiiKO' Phispuipose ,;

\li. I eslie (Pi) .glow', a piominentMiiing ( "nt".,. was a visitoi' in the eily duljais" but that ( p.M.idoxicallj, ) ,it t tul..o iunes) oirani/d| .itTdit Thed.ii COLEjEWELRY CO. ;
\" ,',h1'sd.II'l'lul'nml fiom the of the it alone fanner i..
man of Kissimiiiee UIHIl'II1-/ : torn- is the most foolhardy the most (to- passmtr -
nanv. 's nm'si'lies, where IIP hid been v\astful. (if all dollars. .
I till.i. I Flu. tin '
is among icicnt 1I1'Ial" \ .t
.. in ('ol11.nwith, .1. \\'. landman.. ofdrund rHic farmei's dollar plants ciopwit The Kissininipe" Produce GiovveisiiTmlieis .tI
t. this ('it\'. Me will J't'l11ni'i' heie,
fin _(-\ (.ral. 'da\s while \'isitingfiiinJa ; KipidMuh; ., who lias. a v\in- I ). littli, 01. no hIJo\\h'lgc' a to vhatciKi.il uie tivinir to establish ('oopei I

-Auadia: News.F tei hum at loiiest Cit.v demand and supply tlunfoi' ',:tic ('onditions< that will, help
will be themsilves and. then fellow farnuisSuppose .
\
H. Lawson nnd dnlll'hl'r.II's.: The soliiitmg committees nip work- I Iing The fanner's dollar expciuts' it-<'lfin :Mr. :Nomeml hariner. that ';

H. I. < K'cist. ,net weie talltd to I'Uas' iifht iilnnir] pliuing tukets' foi ouii blindly urrovMiitr \'(>gdahld('" vou take a (haiie on the -\:111: of $2:

ant Hill Sumlii\' li\ the illm'ss of :Mi. 1,,, II fl'I'\' hih will come Pubimiiv, foi "nuMket. t fiifiiiativelv to..*.inr! It sol] f .'.iniiuallv with us -and niou, if ,it I isIH ". !

( )h"1 n-et\. Tin'Y' 1''IIII'IH.dIonday.: 'I-I 1 :!, i besttommitttes. aie lendeiing : head oi" tails to ,di.i.idc\ the d"ti"alio" '} tiled

h'-Aii'M-i. and 1 jepoit that he j is gtttmgalong ; vnliinble, stivite. 1 in the ,'ol11ml/ntv, I of ,its' in,'odiu.t s, often 'v&mtinir until, attlu In mv' ( apuitv as he id, of this oitrai'iation -
nut-lj I foiAhull till \ get no mat mil mm- 'I lailioad 1 station. with its pioduiiIK it is mv dutv' to do all
,
I jicnsation, and d seive to mct a genrons fine, irncHsinj; "Iwlt. to ship. \\ithin, mv' po\\ (.i to; |T t't f ai m 'is into ,

.Mi and :Mis. I' I E. \Vnglit, and' (. tesponsc from I"'J'Y iiti/en i The fainiei" s dollai,] hi- ixpn- II. so I that 'it in \\', ifiovv' luireiI'd I I.
I It's all lav' hold and make. tin- 'iitti. and tbeieliv biiut'l, ; .
; 'I'
d'nnrhtei,', Nary'lIglnill., of ( ; 1/111\11. i oinii.i iv' mal. ( asv' mo''v"tIff i I" lionjrei mini
Ilhlo.> aiiMt'd :Moiilafur a MSI, ( with pi";ista pi'ououiK"i-d suctessI for, its slo('khnlik"i sI l I...is and t he f.timing, ('01111'1'111111'

:Mi'. .mil 1 ;MrsV J II I. .Jom/ '''. TI I hc\' aitdhtrlitd Thc'I f.il" nii'" doll ,' (.oi.tli''I-' itsdf liiieahout miiK- and ni'H.. I hi-pi- tosce
with Kissimnue, and', the I (C. P ko-Atll, snjx>i'u tcndi-nt of ahull.la"tly to ni.iknio!; foilum, , evuv' funnel IM tins vidnitv join
.
I Idinla. (tlimate r f n lilii lust i ,m, 't Din in Osfoa) ('ountv.ij fin. ovvmrs. of lailioads'I its innksI m [ mW [N
has puiihistd: 11"0"" ('.11 I' and last I
j Thl'I f.uiiHi, liis '\I'I-Ihing' to
he faiiiKrs, dollar tnufidos ih"lf ( : ifuin
. '
Mi'. and :Mis. S J K. \, nde. of !1"0".1 ( !- visit, d (1111' "('ho, .it \\hitpei', lo the ""nu-Kiis", of jolilnis! IInd l (.din and nothing mm" th.itij .innuill\ to !

toiui, Ohio ai'ii\cil 1.1st\ llnll'ia\( Hull CI'( (-" and 1 okosee. :Mi. > owelllielnves mission men ]los(' by btiommi; one (if its iiKMiilitis

and are loi.itid with :Mis. s;1I1l.h, ), < 'a. that the tountv "I"l'mti( ml- TIll'1 f.umer's dollar uv latos to tin I-'lorn time to time as the Valleviattte I''
for the ," Mi. and :Mis.ult ('lit should l visit, the st hool. hoiin win! i" (louds and ]loses. itself amonir/ fitiand < ,'oIJl'\t'oll"ly\ llov\s', me "1'.1 I
\".. I.avhl'en itgular wmtii' \ i"t- :H possibl" and for tint icason lull lizl''s! other hig-h (cominiMlities. ,' thi-M'for I shall "..e..nt. the <'aus" of
heie foi a numliei of veins' and is sintd" all iuitamolnk '<> thit hean I i Orfunl7.itiin and to
ois In all directions\ (exeptin>r one I /| (npnation mv
tht 11' many f','lends will .he glad to (' make fiequent visit to the the farmer's dollar is a foolhardy and fellow farmeis in this .commumtv and WHij wm IHM[ 1i

\\cUome! them st lioolsMrand) prodigal wastrel. It is "easy monej" urge( them to umtv of attion, foi: their
benefit, :\'l'xtl'ek I shall outline
." own -
I 1 for all mankind l-ex'pptin"" for out
Mis. Emily lies', '* and dllugnlt'I'1 IJ'lIarl'v Hnit .ell ('ftMondav
lenient of humunitv It rolls, all some of the vvoik v\lnch the Kissimme -
h ,' : ( just"
:MiNellie= ( line, of Uniontown Pu, : for West Palm H"IH'I (' "
have aimed in the titv, to < (' nd the t hi-y will OJK i'ute a motion ";'ct in'e an'1 or itself in helping( e\piess. <'ompanus :; Produte (jroweis are tivmi:; PLASHUAik !
-p' lailioud (ompanics.,., fertiliiiompanies ''to accomplish. and SOUK. undi it kinirs Guaranteed to
Absolutely
wintti! TIll'Y 1 ale loiitd at the l esidiiKi \iudevilli: th!'nter. Thty have been ill i
and all those finamml andInisiness which they e\jH.it to iiidugutate"
llthn "h" foi se\iii'l !)1nnlh'i'h his fithPI (
of ;Mis Pediew .il HI ui- ie The OuM Who W*.ri Them"I I
niont a\iuie Mis. His, nnd :Mis. ; '. .J. II. Hait/ell, of the PIMP Th(.a. I It intcit-sts. that tluiv'( li\. the neat futuie
I fur' the farmer I I'I I. SI FA-\SLEH: Give Satisfaction \
and have made fiieid, bvithoir nintr/
< hue .lie. dcliiihtttl! with the ( Itv and t tei. m'inv Pies Kissimmee Pioduce diovvcrs; .
ho ? It i is (hal farinirslulo
I exception'
esptiiallj) with the line weathx-i. I II 'jilcisiri' m""H'I's. W \\ !
| Woods. a ni('ml"er of t lie Pi\ic 01"(']In ?- ('MTvlxnly hut t hemsclvOH.. ----

I }i.. and :Mis' I I" A. liishop of I'onddu tin., a("( in.li:lni.dtlP'Ill.- .A. ('('''I''I'l I TIll'1 fanner'dollai 1 IK"('onus' th" \I'EHI'IL.\HS
I La.., \\ls., ui' heie to spend the'wintu will tak. :Mi. Hu.trills "I l:.itt- lit the most 1 ( ""a..dlor :.ill diillai-, hi i, i i i imv .\TT.C'hHB I \(. .KSAniopir : /

with then,' danghUi,', :\ : pi IIDI. -Alule olhei miisit'Kins: will 1".1 'it" i! to |oin in anv' .' "iitintiiistvhiifbv ' ' Red Riding Hood PlaSImSMITH'S

ka (Oskinwau} Hit.hop, 11Ia"I! eniplovtd to fill :Mroods' 1'1,1": \ fainicls', may hilp Hum tin niuus' (i.itt. i \pill.usIm
\ixtil i.ii.su'. who is. iUite| an iidditionto : I st.l\ I"SThe \ h fe('d on ( .illuigts' tht 001"|"(" .
the musual iinlos of l KisMmmefThev Mr. and Mis I lank I.stiv of \VitHranch aviraire): fainurs dol'ai'! fl"( is th(. woist In fatt th. tab'i.ipLloooei '! (

have taken the ", resident ut 220 Muh, ai lived ill tlw cIty like! a f..if'htwd, lubhit, oi ciawls] j Is pl'l'ha]1''' tlie \\ 0'' "I cm'mvtthiih '

Hen union t avenue and are very much Monday Mr and Mis Estiy have into u hole an<| tiles to )pull the holiin the I Florila, (.alihape,:: has. .1. R. I

pleased with Kissimmee. been winter visitors heie for a number I after it, wh"'n its: aid is sought: insiuall Watson Pntomoloirist to the University ',

of >eors This yeur thiv have or lanror measuie in ('oop"I'a- ; of 1 loi idu Kxpc'i linen t Station, SHOE STORE

( .t It is "up to" each .citizen of Kissimmee adopted a novel plan for seeing:' the I IRtate. live cffoit/ that piopt-ilv1 one out'aired lecommends arsenate of lead us ai,

who is interested in making the They shipped their automobile would both nave and make money for remedy for the pest ]

' f Rest Room a feature in the town's to J Jacksonville. where they arnvod any farmer participating the."in., Use 1V4 pounds of the powder or 2

attractions to strangers, to talk to about December 1st. Since that time I Farmers have been trusting their pounds of the paste to 60 gallons of i W. A. SMITH, Mgr.

the strangers and let them know all they have ruen touring over the state, I money and their business to every water. It is beat to include some flO..tof I]

J about the object of the rest room ndt stopping wherever they felt disposed body but themselveb. Why not trust sticker because the slick surfaces

to invite them to come in aitd make stop and have seen a large portion of. themselves for awhile -to the extent of the leaves will shed the spray. Two Broadway Phone 194

0 themselves at home. The room is attractive the state. They expect to spend some | of a few dollars anyhow 1 Their con bars of soap or more if the water is ,

t t and charming and people who time here and will make tours from dition would be no worse, even if hard, or two quarts of syrup or a

... come will be made welcome so that Kissimmee. to other points in the I things go wrong.It I paste made of two pounds of flour m

..t.l they will want to come apln.t state. I 1 seems that the average farmer ,j two gallons of water will make the |


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1' ''9 ,PACE a.. "'" THE KIS5IMMEE VALLEY' ,GAZETTE, JANUARY 21, 1918

t I"t' P' c :

me' has the elements of real great Parma, :Mich, who ta spending the may >fi nd i comfort- this dark, hour . ,+ ,
t' VISITOR IS PLEASED Hess:: This will come through; a wise SEARS ASKS A HAVEN winter !In ,. Kissimmee, staying with of 1 I i affliction, and that we commend _y
expenditure of money and push. Thomas Fouts, 540 Broadway, Who h.,r to the tender mercy of Him who' /w E + .
Such a city as yours should have a" has written considerable about ;your doeth all things; well. ..
WITH KISSJMMEE CITY Well organized labor bureau capable FOR SEMINOLE :TRIBE. cold weather, especialy nights, andsays Resolved. 3rd, That a copy of these .
of advising;, and directing new .. I should he ever go to Florida resolutions be sent to Sister Prevatt, i
tpniers into ways of profit and usefulness .T again 'to spend the winter he wouldgo a copy to the family of Z. W. Bass, a KNOWN sSEED' QUALITY ,I
+ t ESPECIALLY PKAIRKS TUESDAY- without.expense to those, helped.To Congressman! w J, Sears of Kls- I I to Miami or as far south' in the copy to our local paper for publication
EVENING RECEPTIONS GIVEN the honest heart and soul, there simmee, has introduced a bill !in Con stato as he could get and boo if he and a copy spread upon.the min.
,, r ) AT HART MEMORIAL CLUB Is always' 6no place more than others grew asking that the government could,not find, warm weather. I think utes of the Temple. BEANSWe ..
t AND SAYS HE HOPES TilE in any city that especially] appeals purchase a reservation for the Semi- ho puts it up to me a little stronger; li Elizabeth Donegan
CLUB HOUSE WILL BE CROWD- to his sense of fitness of things. noue Indians A dispatch from Washington than conditions, as I was influentialin 2. Mary E. Warinir[ can make immediate nip-
getting him to stop \at Kissimmee.. CROP,1915
of the NEW
; ED EVER WEEK. says ment
Soon after I here I asked 3. F. C- Bryan
i came For weather ,
Washington, D. C.t; Jan. 15.-Representative your report ending Jan. GROWN REFUGEE 1000 TO t
To th'e Valley Gazette: where to find the city library and' re W. J. Sears will introduce 6th ]looks pretty good to me, especiallyat
y ceived invitation to t Tuea Shading. SEED BEANS and other
warm le 1
of .
Having been in your city a few Monday a bill directing the Secretaryof present stage the weather-here
entertainment" the
l weeks, having much interest in the day evening at the Interior to purchase from the Wishing ybu a prosperous New went into her varieties. _- .
when
And
Chapter HousCI\ went; and am going Belle- you
ii state and city too, I thought State of Florida at a price not exceeding Year, I remain,
your her
still. It !is to she was shading
a good place room
go. you say
Yours ] SEED POTATOES
your readers might be interested in five dollars an acre, not to exceed .. truly, her hand
Good peop1e'go there-the best with
1 ; peo four of land and dedicate F. H. LUDLOW. eyes
I' I have made townships ,

; observations
., a pew ple. Those who go enjoythe cleanest 3601 5th Ave. Sioux Iowa. Beulah-No, only the eyebrows. SPAULDINGS .
ff t ; 1 have tried to become acquainted the most intellectual and soul satisfying it as a permanent reservation for City. i.r i.
1.41 with all classes of your citizens, (retting the Seminole Indianp.Representative NUMBER FOUR ROSE 1
entertainment
f ; can imagine ; Sears is the RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECTThe I
on
1.(. : their views from many ang e8. in Florida, were all thingsare com-
; even EARLY RED BLISS
I have come to the conclusion that mittee on Indian affairs an'd is in a
jl '.', all in all expected to be good. ]Intellect, position to push thislegislation.. He following resolutions of respect
taking your people they are wit and womanliness of the ; l ae / TRIUMPHAll
highest
as (rood a class of citizens as you I would like to see the land purchasedand were unanimously! ] adopted by the
; ", find in the slate or elwewhere.I order prevail and 'you go; home feeling converted into a reservation as Pj'thian Sisters. of KisBimmej, Temple leading varieties of farm,
11"1" mar wide-awake better for having gone. near as possible to where the Seminoles No. 21 :
Your business men are I entertainment MAXWELL Field, and Garden Seed
This weekly 'thoughit /: +r
to their interests and !strive to please.] much are now staying lie says that Whereas, our Heavenly Father in
+ is free costs these women while the has been His infinite wisdom has removed from Write for catalogue and
models of government
: Most of their places are /: generous
I
]It is most unsrlfdish
I I I thought and a -
care.
neatnesx.t' to olher I Indians it has done practically this earth the brother of our esteem I HOUSE Weekly Price List.
in the
I ]It should
| effort./ beget
Your- hol.1" and hoarding houses do that nothing for the Seminoles. ed.sister. Mrs. Sarah Prevail, wo, the
: t what they can to make ]their guests i''citizenship n large hpnrtedness members of Kissimmee Temple No.
r
| will presently build these women a E A. MARTIN SEED CO.
:ll.!1 do hereby the ,
' 1' feel at home.You larger hall in which, to meet, for" this :-:-::.: -:-:-: ..:-:-:-:-: -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- .: :. oluHons adopt' following "yes
/>' ,11\ artwell suiiplwil\,!' with rhurrhrsnn I is the intellectual :and social center' : : 20U K..*t Hay Str" \r't ty
to l doing good work, . Ke'soKed; 1st, That we feel in thisgicat
: I'' 'I' of citj' You connot atToid to > LtIt'rlt(I from Our Headers : JACKSONVILLE: :, FIXHIIHA
"' ,could Inilnnr if nil who your bereavement Sister Prevail hay
:1
-t., though mow ,. ..
' proff-st'ii to love the Loll would showby need treat; It in'' a rhulhsh to buy way.hooks;, Thry that;; ul-o the' .:;-:..:",-:-:-:-:-:-:-: -:-:-:-:-: :-:-:--: : -:-:. sustained an irreparable) ] loss. and (n)
/ dmly privilege enjoyed their lute money that we extend to her our sincere! a !
youth of thecity" may glow' up intelligent I 20 DKMiKKK; : : BELOW( XKUO: ocery
d 11) iii what they do foi him. Tinwill, ,, ..fl.1. I \ 1I'l'athy.i V
.scholarship mid (ron'-errat ion of (ho ,. and )Hesoher( ; :2nd, That wehope ..Ire ,
Now is this writing ]helps" to grant -
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''I pastor I'" Mim.'timt's neut< ,nili"l liy. Ki"iIl1l1Jll''lIlIe 1 : (iiizctte; ]Kissinitlcnvn -
"I el .tpplrrlalum i |' aixl the 'next Tuesilajnight
| ','. I
', t 1'1'i I of the church cold imliUVi in<>nil>ri Miee 1 '. Cjuiility and "orldlllH'<,i chaiarter I can' not ".11 1 1I1.ld.- the. building\ 1 + (nu;).(. : Kudo-fil: ] lid( check) "' ._.._.'_._._._...._...._._!..'. '......_'_, ...........''_'__....._._.._._._.'..._....S.._tt....'_....._...Oth........'_. ....... \ Get Our Free Catalog
I shill.only" g'01"""'" the 'next week, fur :$I.."O for Ga-! ,hk Our Advice' Fr'cly
and push count in t the hour of > in J payment> Valley I = r
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''j list; well eKe\\heie.< Thenis I.I so as t to )get inside. /1'11... for, I'.Hii! ) ; fioni) .lanu./ y 'Jnl:!,, f. I " ,
as
1. 1 Kilie :Stewait.; I Ii p. '. "
; 1 1RIGHT
no excuse I fur hutch 11)1"1) I> -> toxuni t f; date of cxpninfr) pii'sent' subscription I II CITRUS TREES AT : / < '
''
;1" to your city' who do not god a church.., 1 mush applxrrte" : your paper aniliKiny "
1'1' home. I : ::: lied "" llniifr-I pry intorestin rij ::: PRICES 1:!: Iv ,
,1" ,i ) ou hair "'"' M'huo,] Innliling that *: HAST) I LAKE I Irndm/ I?+ (r'specially I Lout' t'lttus, ft alt xr+ ,un +
I i is a iodit to jour' < ity. You t nei'ilwaid n ,I and trurUinjr" ; :iKi" > 1>"hJI<' improviincut .t..1... :Z': + fiuynl Pdas "lwnnra
J'' school liuildings for the t lou ,r : :c : . . . . .-. . . . . . nf \DIII' cily) ;lad country roail- .;. \Ve sell (lie leading \ anctieof< I d ,ll)>rllclt! ..ml) ) (dlanue 'I lice-. a* Y t.1 1 / I,
V" clns.s<>... The childicn have ",,1'11 fair I'ljin, --I'll"limrOM and ,r ,1. |p-!t ;: l. coIT \ .!. fine as can be found, .it low pnlc.| rind miaianlcc: them a>'An)>.t death, ,,,, l1 \ \
+ I IA :Supt.; C. K.: > o\\'ll of Kt"lnunrs' ', twn nf, one' of :Sioux;' I'Hy'- i
I chance. lulled tin school, lops] ::1: (fiee/e, and canker. lac UK.in uh.xl \\e '.iv, ,1Id out KH-'ianlcc i- |/ootl; .|. !]
vI Tijed'iy.Mis..loe ,
" burr well on 'f.iil\' + .huaing -lati t of \\catlni
>>a'I'"II\ a 'matinged : "pnji't- ) ..
you
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/ city p go\ei( nnienl" \\itli no jiioihions | : la-s! uas: ,i.illed' to, Kiimnire 'in tinN,uMi fat, (pat' f, \\ il.iys. [It t '.;' a* gold. Let us hell j lioni \ou. ;X: \ Rrnsam Bros. ii
:Satuiilav; b\" the M-IK.II- III"" i "r f fin .iJO drgmr" 1'1'1"| 1 tins' A. :M I r i
hence \ /cm" '
for legiill/ed |
t may uiowip\icc' intellifjent' ) yourchildren :lull' | .. I li'othel 111<'- I l.'venlt: I lie: -. /Milman1 1 .1 T i,,'I'o, k finiinu'i'' \I"1,, ..ntiri'ti l '. :;: South Apopka Citrus Nurseries ::f1,::::1:1'j' t r/\ + 21p M Jar i L P', Ire n ,n.r inir r,, IIr
irn fneiu, loi, het d! .
) hope < l u ,
'" t \ lihl .it.
cla'an. |pl i i i on. of \ inn' iiul'" t ii \I i OCOEE ''IIM MCI>. "IAIII!"' FLORIDA :::,1 I
t i i",\ I \ 1 hvr .1 I )Ltulhtl" I'. (II> :ti, l.mllow. ."I I :: ar.aw-a 1
Fur" the< -i/i of your 111 v two< thinvr- ::1: I
.e 'are sadly<|| laiKing1, ) A wall devvlopciltrucking "..I' Mii\li ., S'IMC lleh'1, I 11-:11111\:I ;In-,"!1:0.1";, (tvi.I i /id.i.Mi ilic u.>I.II.-I! PY JNti ;.y\S,} ;"1.'y: ._.:,,."; .{ ;..;..._,,. ;..yr }.}.;.{.S ....... .:.{ rC-{.{<.<>.' :..>.:..>.>
and lainnnir niiniUv ,lounil, .
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at"il 111. /II I'I/ i.guest / --- -
: about the "ntv, .mil a gond. 1 i I I'.iUi'' ,. ,
II" ("I Ml ;aid I Ml" M 1'1"I When
+ |>ny J loll \\illim,t The Im6, of 6,,,thn , you buy
dtll" I on 1 I'.in: Ion I :ake .Sunil.i JAX-
, the e 'ninkes the stiiunri'i'; "iuni-1imi" Mi, an...,..I I \11' \\ \ I IIUJ.-I I,,,, .M' 1.1 ,
I feel( that tlic'iv" 1 is -oniet hi, njrMong.' FOR SALE----CASH PREFERRED
tie I I'' II'I'i i ailed on r. A. /Hugliev ;Hid l lf. BISCUIT
,:.' It 1 Yet theie is nothing \\ioi.g.' ) Kis' 'im 1 f.unify, of I'nion, c '.., t" :Sind.iv.; i iI BREADAsk .

t'' ,..... .. .. II I \V. /II. :SulliN.in; spent :Siiml.u with -- I, Three Lots located in residence portion of
his family., ", He. is employ, '\It h I.i\ High quality soda crackers, '
(;I GIVE; .SMUT OF FKS"; I Ii /ingston and Tison in Kisimimi1.Nc'llie parent of line of 122 cracker i St. Cloud Florida north of railroad, within for the BESTWe

i I TO CONSTIPATED CHILD tI. | and )Ruth :Sulli\an; W < re thl'ICI.I and ctket. One for taste
every distance of business! part of town. Shade
I.' '. I II. / of Myrtle Barber :Sunday.Mrs. nd need affording easy I make it. Every Grocer sells itO.
I ]Karnoy ]lass culled on Mr'', every ,
I. afforded timber. 75 foot front 150
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" ran't harm mealtime ehauges.l by pine by
'r Joe Bass Friday: afternoon. delightful
" ). "' Tender Little Stomach Liver I It Miss, Susie Sullivan and Mrs. }I. P. foot depth. Plenty of room for a Home. I K. BAKERYE.
and Mow els. Tindall were the guests t of Miss ("ullie] aC
R Look at the tongue, mother! If Sunllivan last Monday. l a'f @ Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. A. NIEMEYER
Maynurd Sullivan] and; Karl Hiirlier ,
t..S coated your ]little one's stomach, liver spent) Sunday at Narcoossee. I Made by 1/ Lraker I Mitchell Street

and bowels need cleansing; at once.

't. When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't .
sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fever- .}rrr.r: -:..}r.r, -},:-:}.,..:..:..}y,..:..:..}{ -:-:-J :>S:-:-:-,r, rr-:-:-u,-:-:-:-},--: tii-:-:-'r:ti C. :-:-:' I
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, t' ish, sour stomach, bad breath; has OO OOOOOOO -H-++

, : J sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, I JR.I S. S. .J] ()Xl H : M. TILLER
Dixie LimitedEffective
) )' give a teaspoonful of "California Sy- I DA VKTS'l'ORT. JOWA (/ HAUl'ATM :t:

rup of Figs," and in a few hours all Real state Agency.

,\ the fould constipated waste, undigested CHIROPRACTOR ...............................
I{ food and sour bile] gently moves out MtOSOUNChU ;(Kl-KO-1'KAO-XOK) January 12th
Realty bought and sold.
of its little bowels without griping, KOOM NO 7 JsfKW: [\'JHR 1UJrnI-oll r | ;
Houses rented.
and you have a well, playful child SPECIALIST ON NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASESWill t
+ I again. Ask your druggist fora 60- be in Kissimmee Office from 9 to 12:80: Tuesdays, Thursdays I. Leave Jacksonville 9:55 A. M. Taxes paid and Titles verified
for
and Saturdays.The non-residents.
cent bottle of "California Syrup of only method to relieve disease is to remove the cause-this t Fire, Life and
Figs," which contains full directions the Chiropractor does by scientific adjustments of the spinal nerves. X i Fast Through Train to Chicago Accident Insurance. < I

' for babies, children of all ages and for Consultation and examination free. '
.t. Indemnity Bondi. : I
grown-ups. < .. ===== VIA ========= ;
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:t.i'1>' I,,.' am:: ..-."'T7':.? ATLANTIC COAST LINE I Staple and FancyGROCERIES

S\ ',t' I I0' ,I I:',' /I I I', ''I.,. ..1'v' When you are sick and send) for a doctor you expect li l I Ill
II// ] Standard Railroad of the South
;.I\! I/I,! : .' medicine to restore your health as well sis' relieve your t

/;, I ,1- pain. If you make an investment ;you do;, not { sI)( 'rltagod I <-:tt : .- one unless )it yields aisle dividend as well)) as protecting its principal. t Free Delivery to all Parts

I t I I 1 of the City
\ ,:..' Why put the fertilizer of your )groves and fields on a purely temporary I

W A basis? Why be satisfied with an increasing; yield of one ortll crops with I OO 4.0

1.: ;'. no permanent addition to the fertility of the soil? I I

',( I
l You can grow just as good crops, at much less expense for fertilizer, and at S tiV4df .

.;;. '",, (: the same time gradually improve the soil for future yields. # g Joe E. JohnstonCITY 1'L

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't i : r, Why Not Use Fertilizers That Build Up the 'Land ENGINEER

a' ,J ,,..y pn

As VI ell As Increase the Immediate Crop Yields? ;: Surveying and



; Nfitursowti, finely ground natuijal f phosphate< supplies phosphorus-' combination I:+ Draftingmm -

;. vit'i I /ilime in such] form as readily made available. by the. .methods. of cultivation : FERTILIZE YOUR GROVES

used by any up-to-datc frllit'grower g and farmer. J .

..... '' fts DLDTIMERS') DO'fldTimer'whoxc
t l 'alursown\\illgin'justasgoodimn'dinte .. :

1 r, .,.p results as the more expensive) (commercial .
1 groves linvr incronicil in into After 'C F FBBIHEB
; 8 ORCINAHY: ; : ffx::T'L'1C"t.-: !' h fertilizers and will leave in the soil a sale NATURSOWN-jtlI 1 1y t as w tiiiip. lna'a "I.! .-I\.I arc in a )lirnHliy. and \ igonnn/ < onilitmn,. gene, who alw year.ny.

; one year crop ami noth P }I'ly' ( if plant food for subsequent (':lSOIlS. much increased yield t'ne market profitiiMrcropa, and, v. brae lunik un onnls rrlli-t t t heir know bulge(
of
citrus growing look >\ .ilson & Tixnnrr ,
upon fcrtilixt-ra ai a ktandby.
:.' No T'sed for a ft.'a s.i\1 succession( ; it will l and available:
ingr..re. permanent fast It *
year ill the
: w Idly yon to slinly metlimU of the 'OI.I Time... T\iry\ will
fort;:::q adj d to the toil build even a poor soil into a prod lid tivcc'1)c' plant food left in the s,.'lwT I I'ntursorcn tell jou tliat. citnn lmrnnre nuwenll ringthrir prri'sl of Krcato.st. grow ih '
and l lint I they now nerd! nn ninplr supply of tlii-.. right .kindaf plant fi-ni. t

a' *, ,ry..r,1 is not an experiment. It has .I-.". '+",1.- JI 'lou' will fIR.II,1! ulxuit now tln-y. ore placing; orders for Kpriiigfvrtilizcrs.: Insurance that Insures;

y ,r -; ., ? d I M'otistrntcdliat' : ,I it (can to. We I have r y : +, .., Cherokee Citrus Fertilizers

> '' the fuels and figures substantiate! all >' 'i_ ;; : 'ani Protection that Protects
.. Purr, rhrrokrr lutmiiU. ..
S tile
of
'' pruport loon mnlirinli to pie rcmiUnt upplr ,
r__ our claim Let us place these in your '-" :1'- :. i n1.x1L1Llr/ "I"",, l."..I l enL no undue, xx.Ir( '11", I h.,, ,v ,e r.rt..d n I, I
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' '. : ... our l.lr.l |Prlili a,01 M. "t" .1.lv,! ",,|"I".t", | Irxnur( , m I 11 I I. pg bmau.a I I
5': T", hands. Ldort.'ou fertilizer for f.?: ol variable '
I J.-- .- :/;/ ; buy your .J : :'t ratbrr aiitl the ntnwremnvenru of ufMly .rt Iruil
{** *" '. -''.;' ?' ...-r Vt the I A postal I card I \\ ill ''t""" if 5.'y kr'S.1
> "('a o)1.) ( request :: ..:::\::'nn.' roxldxotbra.rrln.: Mpranl. ahlurch, 14rxa_ rnll ......h..

I r' ,,, : 3 .Erin;; you our booklet! and full information. t:. ><, r. a":,,..,; tr.aeofrrxuw.uroru u'1.rl.' .lmpun Wnut. r-.a xul lu r.nm ear_". "t": a.r...,iuiouinci,uw 1u ;'.::'.cMa.'r::(r.ra rot uA.r..:. Ix u wu.xr.l;::?::or: '"ibo:nx: .n Duwkt:::o.: fruli.Our :.:mu:. DAKIN .

AVENUE
J -a1 4'1 service Hrp.rtmrnt vivei J vi;, r.nd l ,inforrnnlion on nllVli, of rllrimniUur
'Lakeland i ....1 all kmtN of .irn< ..ltunl] .ubj rU. It , -i f
a : + Phosphate Company > is iu.iiiluc| lor tin |.rn.-/il/" ut out KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
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/ ,, M.nuctu- ri ol Ideal Fttrlilinera Florida Cure I Old .
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; 1111111 M 1111111 n IMI 11 .NEU.ot" X\VK SBUJ: NIt'",4. or8W' IN WTTlflBHS WnERffiOP: : VN fcavahereunto NOTICE! TO CHKUITOHS SOUR.-'ACID STOMACHS, 'I'*
a. net our hands, this 10h dayo "-
ALL. fWiiIi8OtTTH: : ( December A. IX ItlB. ;' I. Court of . ;: .
LegalAdvertisements HANUR *T ......AST.of !! .- 6. Q. WAUNKR Florida'! O rol. ."...C,. .
flW" *IW 'A ; SWW of 8BUII. 4 LE10 JAURUIA.; MRS. SUMMERS[
i NW i of Nna\: < NwV, Of BJC'" H.' 13. Com I. Kf Kulnte nf Ionian >\ nnhlnn-4on';

. ' .orF1j-'s H of BK:
:: NWVI Ct 816 t4) SWVt of BWU' IINW90t OF'FI.OniDA .... nil l-ernonn hctlnaflnln** '
NMH of Nit 14 ,4of, STATE ) or IX-n>nnd. nitalant nnl* K.M
-."l li I I I I MM! M I I I I I I I I I l NFJ; : NWU., otMJH ; COUNTY OF 6SCEOLBE ,\. ):"*" and each of you are. hereby is still locatetHn :I
Sifcu notified and. required present any 'I -
) NB % of ...... $4 mIsery In fire mlnutec. )
ORDER OF PUnitlCATION % WH of aWH! _..._ 81 IT KNOWN; That before m* the claims and demands which :you. or .
SKJt' *f SK: % _. ._. 89 undersigned Notary 1'ubllo In and for either. of you. may have avalnst the Kissimmcc. I
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}. C-lrrnll r..rt. _. P .. Florida, la sad For O.oel. 17 Ela t appeared U: U. Wagner Lee Jarrell late of Oscrola County, Florida, to the
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c....,.. 1* Caaaecry.. 1 West 8 acres of NW", of BWU and H. R Cole. to me well known and .undersIgned Executor of said estate Time IU! In ftv.'m1nuteiaii .tomch stiselinSeec 'I >

' I'f SK % ; All that part' of SMi, of I II'IPJ'4 known to be Individuals named In .within. two years. from the date hereof distress will
No
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; indigestion
I to. E. Skipper al .. floHda Coal* South of RailroAd: SWV4 11 and who subscribed their names to the i go. Homes Choice

t 11 ......1.1 C'.mmx*?" . a Corporative. ft : NW ,* or 8E"-.i 1I.1 of SF1', 15 foregoing proposed; charter andACKNOWLKbttfeD Dated January 8th. A. T> 1916.IIOMA ; heartburn, sourness or belchlni of
.'UI... that executedtha THOMAS
.1. Illll to 4ulet AU.JN TO\VN'SBJPII OUTH. they I
",, In the above .t'I..d l causa. It I. nrrtftoy nANo.1ll U 19AR r. same for the purposes! therein ex1TNTS3 -. 4-81 tixecutorSTATION gas acid, or eructations of undigested Farms Vacant

ordered Lat the defendants The and each of idem .Ix and they are h.r by i pr.._....
for IneurancLivea "' MT hand and official seal food no diiziness: bloating foul ,
1'.nn'lv..nl., Company required to appear to the bill of cotn- ( : OF ADMINISTRATION and"'Acre.
on 41ranltnir: Annuities. ajori plaint heretofOre flled In this cause on at KlKRlmmee, County and State aforennl breath headache.Pape' Lot :"
on..c .. I or .
> .. and exlslfhic n- Monday. the 7 tit.. 'ftuy of February. 1"8 . ,0.
krler the la-* of thu Slate' of J'.n."I- H1li. I. ConeS itt the" i'ou.ty" Jndae. !"Itnle of
the nurnn being ruin
a dav
vania. .nd K. Q. Brown heretofore receiver It In further 'ordered, that thin order (SISAL) JOHN S. CADKL. r'li>ririn, llnrroln 4'ou.tT.ItsOnt. Diapepsin is noted for its age. I
of .nd fur the property and effects Notary( Public State at LarireMr
be pvbllnhefl Tire a week fnr
I ot l ie Florida l CnmmerrlBl Com- woeka In Klxnlmrnee twelvfronaerutlve Vtil- commlHHlon expires 8-5-19: e of l-nul K. Trndrll' ,, speed in regulating upset stomachs.It .
'. a poratlon crvnted and exlst- !trnAWi'o) .lAnnisLi. SI \ 'I'ItFl JI IX.IO OK aAII> 4-01 IIT 608 Penfietd St. South Kissinnee
1''''') lay On,,ett,,, III newspaper published in is the surest quickest stomach rem- 4
.1 InK un.l..r the limn of the fUaln' .f IIall1 ronrttyWITNESS. A l lornefor 1 ncurporators_. 251.t'IT.'IO" \\'hcl''ss. :Kllsabeth Trudell: has anpllid ,
to the complainant to this Court far Lttterii of .Xd- in whole world and besides it
florid t, do ntipear; hand edy the '
and the Heal
.. bill I of complaint. h..ri'In filed.at the xald Court. nt my TCInitlmmee \ No-of IIIIHII'"Unll on tin( ....In I.' of Pnul H 1 blk.west of the'end of the brick street ,
CIty t'mbPT
.".J o fli".. 'ft the fli-rk of Bald 'ourt atKlHMlmmet \". licvh" '1UIR. "" OS" ADMIMSTIIATIOV! 'l'i. 11.1111. deceiined. late of' said Countyof is harmless. Put an end to stomach
71' the lilh day i isr'.Iit'l'h'I. .
. Flolltla. on (Ct Ct Seal! : ) J. I.. WERTRI1RT.: : .. trouble forever by getting a large
of IV'bruirx .V It I ''1O. and hat till ... .. nte. thereft re. lo cue and nd-
Clerk Circuit OowrtOdnoln In the 1' . of < hiCount r Judac.itaaq ,
111 the KlsulmnneVulli't : Tnonlv( nil nnil ftlnuiilar lIt Ultnlitdnut
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cit.l.r IM J imhlUhiil. Count. rlorlflnMOCKTCTl ( of hlnrltln. lorrola f oanty.KNT41H fifty-cent case of .Pape's Diapepsinfrom
fJnMlfi., a new t ai>ir publishedwiilsK < tit1itoin .of Hnlil tlertaH l lo he .
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: t and of uenirnl tlitnmtlon I;I In MAHTIV' "' nn l iptit'm' hut-ftuu.' thin toiitt tin oi liefoT. drug stole. You realize in
Siillcttorn OF Gl11111F1 II. TTM\ V any
Ormrtilnlnnnt's 17-121 .
mil.I I toiintx once. ..nrhMII fiir four tin. IMh tlnx' of 1"\'un .N iiI
(4) toiiHiiutlxe v> ttlis prior to suld I I l"1i" ( nnil II lc objet( .tlimt If mix' tlnxhnx. five minutes how needlem it is to !JjfI -
( rrm'i'i' IIjthe .....Ia. nl Maul 4 onrt. ...rltlld"l"trlltlnll
I I' tail n-r. r-\rn' trf to. tin irimitftiK tif l.ittirft S.H.BUflOCKREAL
d"\\, ITMsM inIn nil nnd n..o' a.nj ofHHld 11'10 I Ii MI.:\ |.-'1'11 JTIIMI4I. \\11'r."H. .Mini. T Morrison hna applltil .\ / ( .itt paid, ....''al... otheix ) for from indigj' tion, dyspepsia: or rny
i.null nt KlKKlimnif'. 1'Ioi l Ida, 1'tCT"I''. "'"( ":"1. \ : lc Hi IK ..ut for l."'lt.'r.if .\.1- \ I I.,. lit, Hiitn.xill \In. uitnteil, lo KililIChil.ith I It' .
.. C"O'I'I I minlHlinlloTi" "" tlie. t Iitut'. of tiei.iice n( stomach disorder. tne qui'kest.Isurct ,
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Hits I .tli 31 tli-x. "f liei.tnlKM' A IN < II \M 1 11 TIII.I..11( oi to Horn .lh'I'
T :itinan. di-"NiHi tl. Inii' oT aaltl, ( County
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I I". itt . I p. I s |"| ,.t JM I'HOI1HltniHH and most rarinleis ttuin.uhc'actor :
.\rrv.Tiir.r.T.: : ; 1'..rd 110..1 Iiuslioek.lt..eeli.q. nl I,> nn t IHI i.olnTbt II\ (,,1l1am.' tIM PIXIIIIIT, .lutlueof ESTATE
( Cl i s.,1)i I ,.illi.M.rt '..lilt. n..% .... Hank A 'iruat 1en.ipNu11 . an'. I Iuertfor'. to rltt fi "., olniotiiKli tin Coiintx" afoti ... .1.1hlA\ tin,' ]InthI in the world.

I I-' i...la < '.mint lolMS 4 '..nt|.lnlnnnl.m. all IIn.1 l Hlnuiilit. the 1 Ulndltilami I .ix .f J inn''19. .S. T' l"Vf *flSSNaSN000NSaSaSSSNINSURANC13
3-41 I ei''uitlruru of $liil! dect nm'd to beanil IS.itil| T MrliTIIV. I .

'n....., 4lln, ..e nnil Ofhrrii. llin" ii' In fine UIIN fonit nIl 01In 1'n': ..tIl(1lCScakillg HAIR. I
1. GRAY
RECIPE FOR
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1510. STilt fill "III.| rtiTiiw. If "..' tin.\ rluithl of unit. ,all 1, I ox Knv
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the 4 < iiiit .InVlae, i i II 111'1"| | < arIIfl.r 1>\' nfflouxlt npnendiilir. 1 1.. to th ,intliu" of l.iiiorw of (pint i
the ix 1,1" of AN
Mali* :.i.L.;; ; I'rbln < otintj. 111." hill 111...' I In tl... ,,1".1"1.. ".I.. .II1I.If/III"n. ( on Rtiiit ,.Nllti.1 otl i r- I | ( :MI.Hulili : ICuin( '. a .Hit /uU lint] ..r II u (tip < '''imp( ''niMilui '' Examination of Titles a

ill-' I Illll lioiln: . <- -<1.t.l , II". II ]I. \\ I \\ ,IT*. \\f}\ H an... x\ ,ill I I.l m ,itili il t I.. Halilln ( I I I Dnl YOU t'tl''tt.it of in"I nf i,!Ix i'I.tine ApI'I"| | \ tin linn.
.me1e I I.... I Ii 1 1..1\:., ":"i .1, ]li>.Tl . Mis 1 ( I llovh. any I '. the ..1..Hh..1h.
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In re' l.wlnle: f>f Un'l \ .:i T1.I t i .. l 1)1.1 l rlhutee MisV, II 11111. \ \ II | :., ," II; .1 I 1)i<,i'.e )HUMS; in 'I'uioiic'nit . Specialty.
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tmiliilt < lalmn .r 11.- H.! ..\ . mil, I Mm I. n\ii. lulls nl I ,, . Tmlitf ( ; ).am \\cll. not smii' tluve) ...
"".1 nil Ierl.k 1.1 \ I it.'"H nix i uiii- nn fmntx : . .\1 ., ,,1'I.' .it I.t, xi rx Illlli( iI .1 .
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\ ... ".,1 I I-.. I' ,.l I X. ,II .tl. ,h. ..d.% f lI,1.iIllM' I lb. i i hi n'ij/i il a.-. HOM-II" "Iii. |- ix if I >" emlii, l i x I I' I'-l I. Corresoondence Solicited.
tln,1 ui'l i ,.IIiI, ,,i., il, it |I':i i. it mi" % I'. MI-, ..f Nil. n ori 1'l.iiiI.. ., iiii, i 1 'F".> T M I 1I'IlII'( ---------- -- ...ui I. I I.,.>, .r It" I.. '''"1..111.1 I II still f
tlilni." .ml. .1. ylilIli. ,Iw ,, )tI,1i x '.". oX It I.. >.,,01.| IIM or \\"" ""liiMLtun' ( IMvtiiii. ..rl i 2- \It ("t .m,. IX .ludu< i : .r..I\.1' d I...., .,'ak..I. f..1. KlIn iSI

h. 'i'.I'' .'.I 1.1 IU "ll, ,, -I 111" ust.iI.' ( 1.1! 'ii nil'. i.< ,ill, in .i.,1 the ilL 01' I "\ 0- _ __ I 'I .I. ii,".' 01 ",.d1f, I' 'IS f ,i .1.1f I
:.f' \1'I."I.| ,1. I I- .1 1'I IL I I II i ti i n. .us I ii 'is ti hi , r .i..i.Ii r. i n' i Tttk Quinine Thst Does Not effect The Head ,1..1' ,, .1.
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DR. J. A.
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:,,Ill < >, i iHlll I S I I'l, ii i I i.I'I I i I linn riKli'hnl ,1i r nl. ul I Jii-.HiiKi of lotitc nnil lavAtur riled I VVIMI I .
, is-, 'I i 1'. , ,, .1 l "d i, .it.it., xx ,,11.11'I l lI .i lnl., tip-- ,IH I ..l\ "."| ii iii 0 lit .I"|jiti.| 11, T ''I I It 9 Ii -i-i.i.: >n t : ti. 1-Sl': \1 I': I I I 1 HKOMO 1 VI!'I1M. i it- hNt( rlh.II' d.."to )., I ii .fI I I -i I .5' ,I "lit 'lot., tlitI' ) SlH'Cu'lst: in

.11. (II I ,,I4, I IIH. d. \ I h "i i-i'f I.I t'h.' I'l : ..r '."m .1:0:lini I 'lili. .,1 III SHI I .'"MIKM : Qu.luuhul.' itniliur.. tiot tnnsi.. ("tent ..". (It s it" i .11'. I "", .1 "_ ,o I'ii ..-, .,0 ill.. H 111't CANCER ncJIlKK( : AND TUMORS
I t x''I I .1 1 .' ,',, ,t., i "t'h 1 1"1'. I . ii. i I" rm.. M ''it I ii I ,, i II I ii. 7i'| ,1 Li iv ,, fIt i In I .>iirf (if I *...." JiuYu&. ... 'HInte oflis liiilfinit. . in .Stead: Kr-lllrtliht tic. full ("''ff.. m,' I i \b 1(11 I
.i 1 :, ;. ;a l 1.-1"I \ XA ii.ii'i I -": I.'. 1"i'II.ii \ .\ 1. .ii; i'.tlititti.i i th.. rI.It. .. I PNt'thil" I auIOM I '..ilt. lot the iinn-.urt of li V <_.IOVS ">. I Cure them \\thout; cutting
ri: Mini ill I li.i.it if H.il II.I I liii, \v III I I.. I"I"I ni I I out.
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In < Irenll < nnra "I ...lie .. li..iIl0 I I. > 'i-: /' It ''. .I III. W MI II-. I. l>lll !II--1II' .ll\ (III is \.ln(, mii. it ..1, <>l t"I In. 1 i'-l( .it . [
etnl tlrr.ill ..f I i.e . l..1.' "..... .- i"d I i ',nint \' ., nil l .**l .U.. i I ..In a .1) .
In nnil Tor ON.- .1'hK i I', i.pint I I. I i t \niif 1 i I hit. In "( il lus ol I 1..1.' .i i ii i" \ I R. S. FLOYD I Robert Riedel
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.--......r' I.. l- -*l It. x n..l \\"Il.'r i I I Ii i 'n .ill f'iittrl Mm |"hx t '. ,111,1 u .I.1"1' In .i ,,,01 ., K.mlml CARPENTER AND
.lrunflln I. a ..." u.st.i.. ( .n.ltflhIIuIfliM.Lu..In l'T \M1 :V: M Ii ill\s! l :n\ I
... .... iijtiflll'( .'"'" t <:' '01 11 PiIt\ \'Is rk .n'01 I i "iiinv, "it 'In .. I,,.1 u , ." Dealer In '
<>,..,.......-. "".. 'tier .hnptl.il...ill.........If nn.l" \% J 11! .t'I \ \\ 'lIT i I | M.- .1" "1n J I n( f', i.i. .I is 1 ,ii,, m. I I II.I i I in I I Il 10 1 Window and Door Screens, Repair I'
I.e "' "....t.'.. nnll I.... In C.. ....rl..... :Siilii1ir 1 .I I 'nil | 1.III" "Ult 2. 11 I I IN hi .. i ,,I \tin, .mil, ,,,, , \\1. t . '-. M M ],,,,1011.. I Cabinet .
1n and Work.
her llii-.ltm.il If nile "' ,1 ;pi ix .in ..01.) lit' I,,11.,xx 1 1, ? ,1 i ,it I- 'I .
Knlhrrlnr 1li... |iiMiii ,..' Inwrrmrlu.Tn' : i ,T-'ronTiiT"II : : .1 .1 I In .ll Id I C''t ,, < t It Groceries Grain Feed
...., <.I'ii I- OH11 fin ti i < I. : l.t''n" i s i m \ ii xx ;
. .... II. a Hay and 'Phones- Residence
10..1. Shop 216 237
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itnaheelI.I.. l.llngNten OUII.. Nnhnnlrl her I ... \I.. h'T. l h\ i.Ueii. Iiml th.* tin :l ,KTIS ,In th. $", "h"n') Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. -
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< .-. nrjnn nnfl % ,llryell........,... I). t IUII\ A. li 1** 1,,I;. lilipl\' In tin. 0.- !.. C. F. THRASHER
1..1. .l. l'.n..endi isnA \\mhlih npl'll'" ( Ion will I.. l 11..1.
". not of Ihi "Slut of Ploilila. ill lil. ofll((< eIn upon -
'1'"...._..... .b..r "'.uNl..nd. al 11r7 he th. .lty II .1.lIlIah..H" I"'lilt-ills.< forlittirs tin pit II Inn for tin h tif d. In.xx onHie Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
Wb.e SHE El METAL
II WORKER
lire .. % busipund. .... i"nt ,'nt I 1..("01 p..r..tllll ourHeUinour In Kohl: ( 'on itImittl
'nnrrl...Tn II '""' *. .nre mod . ...
IIKHOI ,lAtiv. ninl Hii( < eHHorH. Into a lii f "ltl-r nth \ I M lili
......h....... If *tlw I.e nvn-rrlecl./ A% I* ln.d\. politic atliti.rtliratt.) .. tinder, thimmi .. \\' W "'. T' 'l.NoFe .11.1. WmtNOfl of Thi. Qinilltv. Stitre.Vi. 5. 41 Ailnilnlnlrntornil. ( Guaranf..4'PHONE

U.OIiwnre t<.d 1\ .lmoa Tt. Wnore.. and \ also rr..li\ tI le<..lun. atitI nhow --
4 harlem M. ..ro tn. fir' nnn nil erwnnnelnlmlnK that Hi.. follirntnK rhaitir SlitS artlrlia 149.R KISSIMMEE. FLA.
1dN inIbim .I. '10 < IKT 'fTI'I.I'
Int..O'PtI' I. Ibe u
Illll 4le.rrll...ilpia ..-..... Yb.. aCid l lte cacithe la original n r"lI.ru.of .which' and In W (:Jrf-ulf (l.ur(. Hrirnfb JudIcialtirr.iit

anmed II.................. K .... Sante Ca. IK now on rile In ttt.-i office of the Si.eretarj .f Klorlda, In unit fur 4).- FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED -
any .r "" bp deeNaed. tfT otnrrr of State of the state of Florida\ ..... ...*,.. In 4 Itnncrry.K. .

wiI .... . at the Bald 41iitt:: Tnlluhnftftt. .f*. during: DR. W. W. CARSON, .
<...II.rT"nT"iMl.'I..n..n. the (time r.'<,iulrerl' by law for the pub- I'1. MMVIMV. I*. I.. "..P....... I'. t. !IIklp- 4
of Five Lots iti South Pnrtof Town.
"'". ... 1. IlfllMTln and !C. I.;. Itulirrln. Oteblock \.
Tp..Tn the nworn Hill .. DENTFST l'
nppcarlTiir 1> O. WAONFU *
Complaint I fll..'fl In thr. catrne that I.KK JAHHI'I.L Klorldn 4.*nnnB..frl
there are pernnna t-nteToat-efl In the H 75 CoLE.AtTlCLF1 t ..-.... *. 'I'.... '. Key Offke over Pillcy Building 4

nroncrtv lnv..'-....'rt. .In tMn aurt uncr that cat Itnllwnr (...Bipniiy ( n <'orltora110.1 Soil adapted for Batiarm or Truck Growing. Office Hours: g-It 1-t ,
than the Vno-wn ". "pondnt and !' OF lIlPOnATIOV '.'h<* 1'rnmnylvanln tomenny forS Office 'Phon 168 e 'Phon. II <|
R..ld.n w
the name of .....* personn so Interested -: \\ e, the nncVttrftlKii" *'d. ht.r'by and b\ ___ a llven and l.rnnllnKABMnJJnnft Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make Gas AdmInIstered for Extraction of
are unknown to the COmT,10i110fltand heat article' of Ineorporat. Ion aanoflate a rBMkrni4luni Itwbert J your Teeth
rliiY' Va pmyt-d In The -..aId Kdnnrdn and Kmrfrln I.. 4 j
that t> .r".h. .. Kether for the pur- hnpln. nil _
Bill of ("'om"l..,." airal-nirx. the .alu Unknown pone. of hiiit-mtTiic a .bodv politic and Mole cur. l 'lna. : Kzerntorn .>f the l.nnt home pay for itself.
n."on"....... corporate' utHltr ahd puraiiint the Will ud '......._.... of Jneol> K.lvrnrlln. -
IT 1i THF.nF.'FO"P. .i*'P:1''P:1'--rhRt ''law* nf the State of .Florida. rn\id: _anedi Molter4 J. .. .hy..,.... Two Lots--Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful
.11 partlen rlalrnlTin Interetits In and to for tile formation management llabllItlea 11._ Kdwnr- ..d <>rnrr >l. ':"- T. M. RIVERS. M. D.

the following ".-....rlh..d real propertv and ImtnunllleH( of .rorporationa ......... rltlldnrM ... ...1.. helmnt- ) .
situation Ideal
situate In trie County of Osct-ola .and the provlalonw' "T uhlch lawa are hereby law. vf aId Jn.*b RdwnrdN. .le<....- facing Lake Tolopeko1 o. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON :

State of Klorl\fl we her'* b\' declare <.... 0
,f Rertt na riartv- that I Ihe follow K HTtlolpR( ( of I Incolpo- spot for a Winter Home. A few minutes walk Office over Osceola Pharmacy.
JI. rrr'G In TownKhlpTwentvHve ; It appearing( from the return of the .
two and ration I ahall oontitltute and be the charter 'Phoe Residence
ffnuth. Ranife Twtv- of the maid corporation upon laauanoe aherlfi I nion the vubputnaH IHHUI-I In from Country Club House. Telephone and Office g.GEO. 5 I i'
nine East. Ivlna: North of Rhrn rleCreek of. L.ettea'a ;patent according to the' aboe->.h..I. 11a for the defendant 1
and Ps..t of the CountyHoad law .. *, the Commercial:
. Electric Light Wires'rJu the lots. Golf
' a. It now run" Article I. The "name of Ihe corpora. Company II. corporation under the laws by
;,..., tlo appear to tlie Comnlalnantir, flits tlon nhHll b. The <3tufllity Store. of th" .Ktate of Florida the .Jackaonville -
r ''of Complaint, herein filed. On or heITore. Article. 2. Tb.. general office and Tampa & Key West Railway course on the spot. A Bargain. PARKER '

IJ,.. ('[ the 7th day or February A. TJ T1IrH' bualneas. of thin : corporation created and ,
!''I"" .t.... In due Complaint will lie taken a,, eon''t..d .".- County of Oeceola. Stateof Florida. that ervKe of process cannot -
by all such parties Florida Th. hoard of directors 1>e had nfvalnnt either of the ialtlt 1 Collections and '
.4 And It la further ordered. that this miix' i.Httthll" (..h Yiranrh offlci at otlur( ...r..rll\I.. I ... cleft ntlniilH lix t', .1 is,in of I Coneyanee. ;
Order 10(' publlnhed" onc-i. n ........k Tur .pluccti( f 10111 tlm 10 titm aH tray litcieKltiil (thi. failure of Hit ftalt uiit'., "'"i 'ill ''ms t tc ti, .
t wtlxi' toiiHeeutlxt' "'.....1. s In the, TClHalmmeo ,li.t.t t>rflt, "i'TH fir a-pl'olnt' to.. "ui ,, .mlIhnt SDeeialteaI : -
\'nIiV Onr.ltnewi. ... a 'a.....Irly '| Altl'le 3 Th.' j>..rloil of ,. \lnl.ni.. nut'h "\'r"'", ,< and a ui i 11'I s II I I. t ilor I I 11 1-1 Broadway .

% ''..i. piil.llaYi. d nn.l of g.nraI: : I..r this ii.rltolatlolt Hhall b<. lillnt\. up]...1..1..01.( } ati. and, (his li. n t" i a.if i iIH J
rlri illation: ,I" ;Hie Co''nt\ of Oaand oln 'nl in \ i-tIrs rloil nt-x (1':1': ) months( to. \1 h. f, t .

vti.t.. .if rii.r.ll" I 1' Mtl"l; I.' 4 T'h.. K'<.nirnl I nalui- III. IsslllPK tif Hllil( WIll ..llis,.lit fi, .,inIII O .. I I I us w j STEED
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VNIINT1-= : !< .Hi' ll'.noi'a", '< Tini.a \V hllf I-.rl.ln" .1 Indir, of h.' call <" "'liT'! niiHm ( to dii. .1 "C' neriil. i1r\ *,.OOIH .iiiil. "" ( .it.;, his ar',' miUtioxvtiIt KRIBBS
n .111.. JIM (Cl.lU' tVi.'''. of ..n<1 lii. "inilnl . I (... .(. ", .,, ;inil outinihNion ltltitli.tis. "" Is then.upon( oi..,. ri-ui 1 t t'al', ( 1 lit. s."1.I IilifiiMlttttntiiliaihcil eyes C' &STEED
t.nI. "f the .n''"' <"l"."H fmnl, on 4iierlll\ to ilo il milianttli. anil. illoollH \ ( ( ( th.ni.lo ". 1 1to
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the 41h .1. or =N.: .' ott. .. 'I' '1)' I- llsllll KH 'I'O t-srrs l Itt. .ill III. '( Iii 1I..r ,ami: :tli( 1,11.1: l (complainant' :: ", liilf/ ;iii ATTOHMJV8 AT LAW

.J .I. (1\" ,, n f'T 11 I':Ir'l' I t In. (h".H..r' . ma ii"itr-l t .ill '-a. tin t i I, ,mil, hI,iinl i I In n.I In III. .1 I. on in.t 1.i.fin, I
(r.! ("l S."I'' Va ("'" ,ill flMllIl'TT (-.,"r' (h i.ititi i ( ttititlMifItflhi4l) l 'dlI.,1., t tin. :ir.l tlax of. \pt II. t I M 1 1'11"1 .i, "d I 1 the Legal liuslnpsa! of all ;1

Jill\-( = : > I"< 'INAw = : & < ; i't x .pi. .II.l i i s if, n, r ill \ \\ Ithiiiit. t I lull. 'Hit (this. oi, il. t l Iu. ,put 1,1"" l>...I 'iii," eu i" h are on man kinds given .
. uii I f i. f.inipl' I 'tnnntriult.. 4 r 11M flhitiM( ,.IM to el I 111.. I.f ploilllt tM ,'lid I . I K f.it tin. ..,. ne ol I ", i c: l m'I'',t tills I "hoSAVES prompt attention !:
.. - til iihinll-. ,.. (lint ep.' tLtllt. ot <.llUIM ,iii' ,:.I t li. s.,1,1 .1.| v |III thi I KIss-lliHii I .
'I nrr i mi i IT f 01 it.r IK Tin: .d.1 Ot' \ l\ lllHS HTnl. d.| .S< t I (,,11 Illllilnilu.litiL. ( \ .i ill I I. X t ,,,yetti .. Office 11 nn.l 12 State Rank Bid j

....: \ l. StPI .11 mi i \ I. < mi.i IT .ifKl. ( (ti a. emVioil('(' i 11 I. s inil' "ti, ... il I ,tnl ilotie nt Hi. I\.1f"1., llisth. Klsalmmee. Florida. .:
.Oil I II \ l\ \ > II I .1)11 <("" KOI.% I I u lilti(:, :: 'Ii'i Is, IIIKIIH: NlIU: *. untiln, I ... ;lib' 4lh I ill \ of .1..i nix t \ 1 i i 1 I'HI'it ' ."

'tll"I" IN < llt < r'" \ I II.I Mill-. .II.Illlll., , II'III fS. Klo\eK. lllllMIIIH. . .J.' :'; W I'F.HKIo.: ( ; '" 4
'It. \tlli' lulu I I. s of nil kinilH. hoiis Ju.U

I.-M % '' I i.\it > % \ \1. "'roiti-" <.<>....- .hol.l. (is,. it ui.l. I ( ( lo iiiiimiil. --- Pat Johnston a P. ,1

|' % \ \ n r..rp..rntillfl. nrunnlpd ,..,- fin ltiii, arnllit. (. . nl (In i lolhlTii.' mill >M .If- ' Qarretl .
I 1(11.1. l ii ptl.itu: \ I" I 1.11 Ii l"taatt'i'i'il.u
Ocr the in,,.. alt I 'l.irl.ln.t 1'1'.11..1( | I if l \ .1\' ,1..1 i |.tll'll, 'I 1'. I ; JOHNSTON CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
<< .omplfllnnnt.n . i a'i "r \ on tin' biiHlm p.* of I limit tutu & ;
.. t.i.- ith-l's ami, ;.,. .< n. iiillpfpn.lnntM'.."' Ir. AI... fat, .l tin* Inn "t,11. I import rtrtvl <'.\ |1">I t In the. < Irt-i.H 4 upon' tif the SrMntliJnill '.
I M ml il\. at 1 In I 1..1. .t H. a(noa.. 1...tt tit.t it ,ml, I < Inl llrttill ..r the Mtitti.f Offices ;
1"..ilh( r "..tulH. of all ,hlutt1.. . (uut-kIn.t( Itirldn. In nnil for O.'rlaa 10. 1 and 12 Citizen Bank "

filet aHXXOIII \ ill lush a ,nil, ut htt'l' lit "-pitrIti ('ION liii I ......I' In t hnn"'rry.Dnnlel BuildingJCisslmmee. '
Tht> r.millulu, ".ml Inxlni' tnnt I"'O'H or It.,,i t lit. r. 1 I..alll( boot M eUt-' '1
bill In Ilil, i nil" an.ln" .". Fla
l nrllontt
IN I t.i tJ.t. KM. hlllt.-h..kH. (In1- iiI .
r It lIl11ltt-a tliit. I th. ie art |" rm.nj 1'- I 1r..l.'ithiugs.' (h"I) ion n ml ot h..r *. rl'aM..l i iiin : tt. lit
tirtHletl' In tin tuopiltx; I In\nl\it1 hereill Itnnd -. .II .. ..1 l nil ..t' Ii.'r, ni IU.Jfu \\' nU, It nu. I "nrnh ICeene hull f..iiiln. lice i... her hiiMlimifl. ./
xx IIOKI' names nn mile now 11 to I I.. OTI\ .nit Itliti. or Il.h..a..tI tinil I':. I.. lirKnn nnd lllnuleI : for a moment man
Imlni- il.mioiliil' III"i orcl. r andothtixxtxi Mt.......... hUn nttrIt pAUSE young if
'"(",,()]' il I In conjunction( with th .biitn "
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.. ,, "(11..1 xxlth tin ITW nil ti. "S I .1 I (I.il MM 1(1, I I I Hppimliiu. i li\ ,ilTllixll' I I (tll..1 I h ti t II ii.,. DR. M. J. HICKS -

5>irlli.. rlnlnttiiLC I InletiHtM I In tin. nrt>p-, I .\it,,' !. !ri. T..Ii*. nnionnt of rAfnialr ill I MIX ,. 1"1..1 I t'.trati.i 1\h.1 1 ;-.h) I t.: a thought to self. The I
.rtv )In.r. Itinft.rd.' nl'iii.ed I und. i Th.0tin I . ,,, .. 'J
| < It I ..r I liiH "i (p.n(";i1i. .n. nil. .ill 1 lit- t 1". n inil I\K II.' He h I hnsl" .I I
,.,. 1"' I\'h.. ,I It.. UK ,il I. lli'hiil.t: ) t N 'I' IIOIIllllMlll ,, itil. l (11..1 MHIK] <.ilk i.N-.l Into -.IM, i. Mil( umi( mil, Mlnnl, .' i M "i n I I"" : PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
.
HiulKir; (1..... a- .'1 ( n i In loslnia 11511'(1eVIIN I . ".ll, HIIII' ni. I h.. ii.(11' \Jla.I <.it '01" tile\\ .1'f".I.I"I"i ,nun, il 'th i i" "i problems that confront now or '
you
? i .1.1 01 untl., r .lfI.) .r..r tintt. ITothitxxlni ('Ii.. 1 1 mull, il .1..lla: i .K h 'l'hi ipltnl: ,nil. of th'111 non-r,, .101. -f t )" Office State Bank 't
i nnrt. nil\ ""rll. H tlnlinliitr' nn Mut.' of I 1.1",10"( "I II" t I tl I, Building
ptoik ol I his u'rTln> flhitt( luiti (ItoliHiimplton ith.1 I i ii I it iI I III
lttt l-(..t* In ftiiltl ,pioinrtx to-wlt the i I, fi. (, |litil"i :) i 1'\ : IH hi ::., 1(1 ('.l \ |:'I'M at I uuit't' it.li t.r tin silil ,J, r. i..I.l "tv i iiinktioxxn i. will a few years hence. i Phones: Office 41 J
InndH, Hltuit.d In tlHtio'n Countx .1.- I. JuM \ ilu.itloii t" ii- llx.ll I (l\ the 1..I III-. nnil, I thit thili. t Is t"", 'p T ", Kcnldinco 40 ..

et.t lot.d. HH foll.X\ : < 0I ,poi tInt, s ...I t n rm i lug i ..ill. ,Ii il foitn In, tin "stall' nf I lorlili( s. i \ I. of ..nlXM I
Set-
1 ittu 11 I i IN<' | mi npoii x\ homotilil' I lilml. t'h. "I
'V.1: ;' of Nil', KV\ '.. of NI % : VW t I i:\t lii|lilt; )It 'P t: 'I'h.( tmurtiosf.* nml. ,pi.mli.nil tlfuflutlrl't ..r Itix' otu. of tin.m,, ::0',1, t Look about you-the men of affairs in country state nation- I 1

It i E I. of MY. t. w'.r SU l 4 n *r:111( M of HUH (.<*rt.i .t ut .tilt. hall( l eon .hint' i-,till of fcalil, tlifentliiilK, IH oxit jet,

Jill: . n _ __ 4 .. dm. l* ii l lx a Ixmril of dll..I..r tin,.ajz .. ..r (I" .chit -onirns. in the world, are the men who started to lave early in life. J.W.THOMpSONFUNEiAL
si: I. ; 'V'". "r Pt \V l. _ . 5ttNt lilt 1 1,115 I halt' t h 11,(' or' Ittoltuftli, ( fl\ .. It 1n t In i i ftu i. "t tit ml t h:" 1 .s-thil i .n,,iniislil.nt I ;
of N\\" : t'i'r4: ; of I'1i: : ; rltrinilmits li nml tlnx .
.\rll.I.! 1 1 Tin( ttlttitnI. 1 in'. **t hiK ofth .t 11hinbv I DIRECTOR
Nl: .4 of :$ '\' i _ _ _ 6 utiiiuhiliiIti-l< .l 'I ..h.. (II 1.,. ]lit-hI, ] .it (th.JH .; u u i .t I t'it. I to H"Ilf'lIr" In I lln' Mil They have the and confidence of the community.Then ,
M4 l of :NU' '4. KV\ ',.. o I f N\\' >4. ( ill, .1)V" 1 l"rn..H Of lhH <.III ""I'IIII..n of loinplimt I flliil. I l I In palil "'it ii s.' i itt u,rIt re.pec I .j

\\ '14 of S\\4 __ uuu.-_ 7 .... "", fllHt 1I1..n",1In, Pi.(lull,u x. ofll .foi i. Mondax, I lilt. ctli I ..In'h and :
.f' IijVl4 _ _ _ _ IJ'i \ li' 111i"nth, ixxls. tin. Till kiitlonsof ,
N\V'4 < i itt-it Mil'. at lit ti t'Iot-t. A M I oi look on other side-at the fellows who rpend all :
- -- 9NI'4 .....( therenftir( IIH "r..it-lIhl.( nl'' xilil. Mil -nlll( In tnki'n tin confisxrilhx th t y LCENSED EMBALMER
: : of M4 of NT; '. : T-'i ofV'V \\ Mi( 'h in.. t Inn. tin( l II' nhnll on ..1..1..1) t l s.i 111 ileft.mlatitRIt make-they may a good time for-a while but wat doe lr ,
\ : : of NP! ''i of NK'4V; \ of 1 10. ( ltd from t In Hto,'k (h..ld..rH. n l lii.ttliIttf | ,Is fiirlVn ", '.I..r..r! Hint this ...r.I..rI. t Store and Chapel Stewart AYe. >
P" i of M. '. 10' of i r'.., of diiictoiH for 1h' i.DHutnir. .S.11'. '(liu' l I.t. ptiMishiil 'If'P n \xitk for tluhli ( reflect? '
NV Wor' N"r N'I; I i '' . i. 'II' .. x* KM. in the NIutMI.ltun'e. p.ODat
/4 il.otiil( ( of *dIr irs. # o i "llt:t. <1 .h,11( nn ItlitIltedItIlt 1 ' t t .
\v of p: .r !'w'..' "r NiM \\' 'f ; I[ I followlntc( { th' n<(ljoiii n *'thl!II'I fiiiTltttt:.' :. n nexxupiper. niihllHhitl I KI..mm. .. Fla
N"'I< of r! '' of X\\- ', : S<,4i 10 ( (of nut( 'h 111....<.lint? of stat 'U (ImM. ii In ; < iiimtx; ntiil, ; Mat.* 0 A dollar or 1 deposited in this bank will be tie
NW' IJiV of ofof I Iw 1"1 I . and. onliiiil I In KlHslmmi ..
N \\ .r ; HW'4 it i ,, nil 111 o"'H"lz.- 1 h\' .'l..t'li] *.r fi mtiOn IOIH (
N \"J *S\\ l" H\V'i - m n ( .. .Ir 10" n nuinl .1-1. ft 1".I.I."t. Vii'. PI.if i 1,1 i this I I tin. Mh I lax of .1 Imiiinx i nucleus of an honorable, independent career.Make \v. Crawford .
Jarrell
's\\' ',. : : .. ', V "li 1'ild B Lee
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I -I qliheuil.| l 1" i CM i lilly (ml 1 1"r<'it SIM i Your
Nt- : .:N'I; of !S)i; ',. ; 1<1'4 of SE'4 ; 1 lttt ito snim (uilNuifl inn \ i.eluiuii'.I 1 1Si J I. "(\'lllSTlli''I'I : : your beginning now-todsy. CRAWFORD
'\ - ISIB :'u-re tnrnnd; i Tr 'Nor. r 'I 1 ft iOu-n 1 ) CI. il,I. tin.nil, I c ,111' t bank book will the & JARRELL
Nt of NP 4 : : : : :: -= : .\ili.l. s 'I'h.. ..1'Ih,1I..r. of (this \\ m 1 Ii In I his.i.i., pave way.

Nta of NI'I' W' of NP.4 ; S\V t-Ill.'pot.11( (ti tilt ..hol1.: 1 nl t ho fl"t ann ti.11im ( !Mi n I, 1..r'.1 I tvoha ,'J 1, 1,.foul i trroRxE's.ATL.twOffices ,_
of SP'4 l \ 18 . .. sold lit,"is foi, "Cimiphili( ,.ml. 1 MIIIVIION J
4 1Tn-------------- t (ttnK1 or IIH retort tin r. afu( i :IIH ,-1(1lt'ti'lO : 4 5 6 and 7 Citizens 1
F: '. of NU' ',4 : (: ; . mlopit 1h. ,tet-natrv; 1 10)-1"1 -\\ s ;

:. 11"9 (tlr I tin(( KO\ ellil000t of thin, ti oi I. N\\1I of NE'S. SP1' of Nl"4 ; \rtlrli. 9 Thi. h'"h"1' ( tinionnt( ofImlt State Bank

t4 1\\ ", of NV\i. tIl''h'! 20 ( .Ut .(ln,*.KI or Unt>HI\( to \\lii-h( thIs I" \vIt ; M:1 I ofm4. ; N\v'I of c...n..rI1ll..n f n tin: (II at nnttm.. I.., .n1Jet "- Klorltlit. O........1.. 4 oufttfXiitr > Florida"S
Ni'i.t. of sii4 ; sii of NfI: % .t luilI( he the aum of 'F*.n TItitlaiitttl :

of KK\i : iollnrArtlrlt : nf /. It. lln.M. f
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N\V '/, N'4 or NW'. oi :4\V-' ( 1 Ct. UntIl the Oral lection 1"111'.111".1': oit ii 5) t oi liT ''
I'II'' :'. ofN\Vi4 of SW >,4 : NNt/' of ofOcerw. the bufftiifRg and prudfntlnlafTnlrfl ( \\ h. rI-itS. lltntltttn ItaHH linn apnll, il 1 of Kissimmee LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW ;
of SW4' of KW14 ; 8V4 of SW >2of of thin corporation ..h.. 1I (In.rnndiiot .. to this I ourt. fir Ii tti.rn of .Vilmlnlstrntlon ,

*< - -- 23 *'d he foUowinar iii, tii<-'l (p'>r- ( on the eHtale' of /' \\' HUSH( tie I
'--. N\ !.S\rN\V-. ;:--J R % of N-4 atL Hon Ii. 1:1.t: Wagqer. I'r-u.lu'nt Let' ceHii1. latt. of HHlil ('",ifrutv of llHiiolaTht WagingBuilding.
' Capital; stock ________ ______________ ;
8WnfNWNWof94W4; : Tarrell' Vim Preiildent. ; H K ( '
t .:.W < 26 and Treanurer. The offlternBhal ( tlitorn ( -- ___-------- 1i
i and nlnvular (the kindred. antl cr -. Resources over __________ _______________________ 400,000.00 I
iNF.-"FR NR until
t of NRM of ) adopt temporary by-law of HRltl tliceaHtd hi l ti anti nppiat II 1
; NW % ; N '" of NKV4 of "BH' the Hrnt m..etln(c of the stork holders. before thin( ("'oil rt on or l io'fort- It.. Ifilhdav I Whenever You Ne a 0 T ,
IF \JlOf: SWA of NEW of SRjii; W Article 11 The nntma and re.ildenres of Kcbruary I ' A ri IR1R. and fileolijectlons. I Officers and Director. Or. ,' J
of NWH of BB4 : N\VU of of the Bubflcrlbem to th..".- ar- If any they have. to the I .
ir of 61S 4 ; RH of 817 of llcle-i of Incorporation, together with prrantlnft of etttirs of Administration CARSON. J. M. face PresL The Old Standard Gr'. t

: NM ox BWKl BWA ot the number of bares of the capital. on said ..IIt..t... otherwise. the samevlll C A Pre.t I chill Tonic i. ely a I :I"" '

i i Nwi k -------_.-- *T atock subscrIbed by each, set opposite be granted said Henrietta Bass or 2nd Vic General Tonic it contains the '. "
z of NK'4 ; .of 815! u -.. sst hi. name. are .. follow.: some other fit person or persons M JT Prel .
r.- NW" of NWU SWw of NWU& .. D. O. Wagner --Klsslmm. Fla, 24 Witness my name at County Judge well known tl properties of QUININB i.
L' W% of BEHjT: of 8W4NK14 hares. of the county aforesaid this the 7th Cashier IRON. Drives'
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of NBfVi; !f BH of.NBK ; K% Lee Jarr.ll, Klflsimmee.( Fla.. 24 day art January, A'r.DM'IMrRPHY.I!1 a aotI. MM!
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10 H. Ifi. KI.isimme.1. FU. I share's. 4'4t County Judff- 1 1 System M csmts. .
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FACE a. THE KlSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 19K

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city attorney, and 3. H. Ollbert .lrk, reported that nooeaaary rranKernenta" -Therefore- b. It rpaolv..d l that ro.4 ..
I.Proceedings( of I II I Minutes *>f the last nu.etl read and approved. hula wer .prvv-| trading; Main ..atreel and asked that I !t.i, and they' urn hereby AppointeeTruolct If J. ' t' .1 '
ed and ordered j al mayor----- ,
H. H. May. sal. .H. $ 3O.OO nt once. On motion. the matter was Hon 1tj-la.uO or IB IB, upon their trlvvK : I'ef
; r! the City CouncilKlsslmme'e lI.Y.. Ovvrstreet-. a. mnfshal 76.01 referred to the Mrfi-t committee and I \ \ bond with good. Hhd .ul'l'l..I..lIt aure : )'\ ': ; 'S :i' ; ; I.t .
: A. 10. 'olel11an *nl. an |IOIIfl.._ fifi.lK city .nnnlneer with' pow..r to act. tI.) .*. conditioned for the faithful discharge '0(. '. 01' .... . ,,, !
1. Z. Rol ..,1. __ .
treasurer : 3.O0.J.
> -ri >ii. : '
Mr. 8. L. of the duties such bond .
J. II. ..rt. *al a* clerk ...... 76.O/ ( Dept., Lupfer. Jr.. Sea of the Fire t...-". as tru ..' .'r '.,. .,
i __ |irt-entcd r< >ort from said '
s dejiaim
1 J. H. Ullheri' snl. rtepy. coll.-.,. ST..lidlewls :) :: <-iil. which react follow 1 1 Th. following rpiolutjonn were alao .. :. tl. ': .,
Kin. Jan. 4. t91l1. o'Mryaii.; aal. city ally..._ 26 do a : .f. ii1.i! ... .,
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\ The council imt In rfrkculnr en il3i> '1. F. Krlblm mbr. council l __.. !, < fo. the Honorable City Council of Introduced and unanimously 'AdoptedHenAlutlo : f''lif'!:' ;. .. "J4'
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: almmew
lhre -; eni : dl. V. KrtMispresident : : g city Klaalmmen Kla. " '" \II ,
lielmc nr J.v.. Thompson i mbr. council.. !.<> XI.'j .. :, .
; ; J.Y.. Thon....... I* Itunia Hon t Tlionuis, mbr. council -,'. I..H'( teerFiro<'efitln..! The Klaslmmee Whereas the ownera of 'the abutting ... f. S ,....'t'' ...... "IJ', ,
E.! C. bewls O'llrynii. D.-pllrtni.-nt IK to make the the tulle of Mnb- ,I.
t Thomas! Bryan!, J(4 C. iHryaMi mbr. council I .-.Jl l.OOKiBlernltv follow-In property'on HoutlxTly I. t''j\ : '
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- ._ Hall rent for llc-c... 16.OU: During* report. for the year 1016: I lucIte 'street between Bermuda avenueand 'I 'j'I' .,
----; Tel.I Co., rent I >eo. ...,-_ _. 5.dO th year the department baa .1 Emory street; have, petitioned the :' .
.I.at C.i (Jr.,. Co.f,.ed mules -tc. 82.6: annwerrd March 2Snd eleven, alarma, Ha follows' : council of the City, of KlnHlinmee to require 'U 'c4p 4'; .;.',. .
f residence of C. H.: Mr IKjrers a aldewalk ba laid along saidatreet '.
U.V.: Overstreel, fed prisoners$ (.76 to : '
on IS.:: MAgnolia St., tat I > 'J
J. C. Orlffln. shop work ?.h, ____ 10.00J. mated loaa SailWhereas ,1' ,'<4s t,. .
It. Ollhert, clerk, pay toll for thestreet committee has .
wit( SHes .. to.ooJIll' March tSlh, residence lot R. 1<1. Ev. InveetlKated the conditions and the t j"
-------- --- ----- Hoe on Bryan Kt. .
''. N. Itoirero. in rise. prisoners ..76Chaa. jav KstlmAted loaa '5.110.M.lI need for said sidewalk and has reported .
1'revatt, extra police ___'. A.ofl(. Kenton Srd ,:> .rnt.aJ'.d.J outhouaea of. j. favorably to the 1.rfvJ.: same. ....
"(tate Hunk of Kins. Inl on script- 1(8.47( on Broad Therefore. i.e It by this ..
I
way. Kstlmntedlosa .j'
1100.00.' ( Raid council that th.. owners of the'
lIIa h' HrnB.. payment ,
< part on '
; :. : Launches Skiffs 3 I mules a.nd Wagon ...____1_____ 280.00 aouth June of*th railroad., residence Estimated of Q. C. Steflfee, lota abuttlnir on the aoutherly side of .1' .
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: Ilcrry radicett, "..I. aal. as scavenger : 10.. '6. Mabbette ntreet h..twein Bermuda avenui ,' '
June
26Li -
I ._ ____ __ ____.-___u_ z<.00 I.. ripeilale. Estimated residence. of Mr. Conner and Kmory afreet In the saul city : '
loss '&00.110. I of Klffnlmmve bit and they hereby ,
: are
RaTe McLaughlin, ha) aal. scavenger '
: : Dories Built to h' ___ ..___.. u- ____ 24.011( ) July. iNo 21at.,damaice.September Atlantic. Coaat LIne treaJe. required to lay such sidewalk' In accordance -M! : I
A. J. Key, aal. ....av. 11 -days- ____ 22.IKIM. 15lh with the general ordinance '
tool "ou"
of A. S. irnvernlnir, the laying of mdewalkH in
K. Stephens, atcl, freight on Slelaon. Uass : : 4f' I
on St.
Estimated ,
disinfectant ---------------t 21.66 loaa the I said city of Klmilnnmee. and thatAVhcrenH a '
H $25.41(1.tetobpr. i
; Order copy, if this rfHolutlon- forthwith ,
Oitreolii lldw. Co.. mdse. for sunItnry "
114th. vacant house of M. served upon acid owners In accurdnncewith '
. i.do -
I' ---- -- -- --- Tiller (.n Ileaumont .:
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Win u': f.I'i;; scav> 13 days .-. 50.011. oss $ .60. Avc. Bat mated law. and In the event the said "

I BOILERS AND- TANKS SHIM K.'A.'I ILupfer.Nlemeyer; ., pay for ndaf..n:. rent.? 29.00/ November" 121 h. neirro" house o'H.. N. in owners thf time full to as lay ppvolfl mile sld by"wnlk the with ordl.I .

for fire le-pt.' __0000 ,__ _-- 34. OJo"ord :oss .ro.t'.:. Herm.uda Av-e.' Estimated I 'I'd' ;:: of the lrIlJ'l: KlMlmm I, that: F. A, WOOD.
k Co., f..rfire' I "" be l by the said citynnd
BUILT TO ORDER Oarair" supplies November 4!3rd. house of Robert the coats threuf nKH<*Hsefl' nn .,
alieu
r department ____ __ 2."SI'r..t
; ( &'"iieIl. work HUU.for lire.llept. Smith I Tftll.041'.on Huxhoy St. KntlmAtecl. loan fiKiiliiNt the abuttlnfr property. purHiiant To the Democratic Voters of Florida

. _ . __ ..'. ,._ -_ .u_ 3 00 lieoinbef. I Jiitb.I to the law i In such ciiHett 'tnadenfitl
,I'' : GALVANIZED AUKtlnii I Western Machinery I C.... Van>.ii on .Mabbctte t \ residence. St. 1a of; (I II. M. pL'dvkh'd. I hereby nnrtnnnrft myself AS a Democratic.__ candidate_. ______ _ for the officeof
tea tt.d] n. n -- ---- ---- -
Axlif..ir minlerIt. _ _ H ._ _ 12- "in I lea II 1 4IIll' 1t..h'll..n. 'fn-the
I Mrlo-rNoii. Ht.w'k. I I'nkin I av.Stiile 11).35 This I iiinkes the I estimated I tolnf I loan a majority. COPPER AND I in nk of Klnn. 'pay foil for (<.>. the > enr, 5 I 14116 611. of t the" nMittititf I I property here I na(terl.'s.'ri I have embodied some of the State's most essential needs in the fol.
St. work -.. . _-_ . .h --_ _ 11..3! ,' Tlje I I H il lo'd l have ''''\111.I I .ti.." to II... rotinrll -
j ZINC SHEETS no.'....''a lid"0.., nulw. for $1.'vr1c I iiirtincut inent II II Ill h.meinbershl.,-.. I h I ri,''''|'). 14 Th.f .the"" whoinve .1. ..t th. Htv of KlHMlmmce. to rrciulrcHii lowing platform" which I herewith present for your consideration1Let .
__ G.'Sr Mi'Mll I 0 Iii
t e uu 'lu-i-n with the < to be Id on I the KtrcftH HJ reatoivA '
t, \ I I. I Ho'wetr I lumber I i for TiHilireII. II !(4 l I hi- entile department : yenr lire llnllnir.
: ItuckleH.
,; ,H Mny.: lumber. for: lirlilire,, ,. I 1'1.: (UoliertB., 1 Liipfer.i Mini,.... ICveretfluriull. Wh'-renH th.- .(reel commlt'leinan I I able salaries and saving to the people at least a quarter million of dollar
/ ; OAK, CYPRESS II. 1 II!. 111Itllnl..... for I 1-3 I. "1'. 2.1" I'I I. KiaiikVlntr.ifl I I and, InvcHtlmttiMl,, the riMldltlona' ( tint theI '
-' d \\' .\ .loiief.| Hiil xupt., 1 1-3 1. ,I' I US...'") mlth.,. The I "lln-r ni.inli.tH' (1 Nick,', !44', d I for sit.tel .Hldewall I iiml him, n- annually.' .
,M 1 1-3 Ciirdni-r., ""I. i our 1 1-3: I K I* 75.noC 0'l'! "Krlu.* \Vnlfh. 0,i-Si\ea, mv anil I l- .I'''' I 1.1 fa\ uriibly I.. the \liiylnu nt cOllie 2-Let us have an equitable and just tax assessment, with a corresponding
Jm
) MAHOGANY I It I'liini-ll. \ t 1-3 I. I I' nil' ... | Tliert.forv.. ,, , I In- It r-n.l\e.l the
Kdl-uii; ( : ) tlr< 'man : : I \V ,,in I 11. | liy low rate. of taxation reduced to the minimum consistent with
.: : ,- good busl
.1 C IliK-Mix. Ill) mini 1 1-3 1. I'- AM.mir The) ,il< ,luiltment. ileHlr. ,B to make <-onu'-il' thnt the lit'i'l'it l'i' I Hint purt .
V. I II! I-3IIIH. rulb-elor I 1-3 I- 1 I'- r.II 'III rfll l) ,\\ Inu i r.-i-t.inin. IiljtIns, the ..r I..its I iiml. 2 of III.M-U. "C" of "':-,1 ness method. '
J' .
1 t PINE and 1 I .114,1. ,, I i tMII'fl, < '. .\I"I"n' In KlxHlimiiiMIM.IIIU
WHITE ; I -
.1 II IMHI.IK. 12.1-3 piiliH at .i'.i' Illef .
: llllllliu I lll! ( ; tile niellllielKIMUIIlhll.'llll.v 3-Let us have all Plats and Deeds'filed with the County'Anenor before being .
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.
'I1 r.n "."h _ __ 3u.uI 4 Mltihi-ll\ ntri'i-t" nnd, nlxn iiloni, :
,1 I Ie! lillliel-t: , (,r..1,111 \ llllxir :!:( 44i ,; I. K I l.'Mill! ] nl I Jun. C Hud- til .....111..11., ', rHlile\ of I ,rii-tl,,,!,,Kil. 1 I. recorded so that no property may escape assessment and that the
iT HARD '.. : .." ,MM.. I K 2 .1| L.MIH -. n.1 l n of /ll.-k ".i
ALL VVOQDS i l\.i: i. II < i'10'11. l.ilinr at i: I. I' 23. MIM nl? '
U III 1 lniilli\:i liiloirit, I K; I I. I I' _ :2! 1 1I. ; r, I I \IIThrili; I 1 a 4 I..lllthvanl'piirtm.;' I; nt; I lie:nl: ";'HUiMlHh.-.l.r.coiiimen.lxIhiil :' : an.I,, ..r S..ulh' ,l-'lorlilii, |liiiIu'at' i-iiTiip; I ui \ 'H I Assessment Roll may bear the name of th owner of the property and not '
1 l-'l.i, Kli; 'I'M HUP. I'; I.I'1 - I :,0I :! ; Khali 1 I I Inthai, I lciill.t\1 1 I I 1 ,14,-,01' 'I..t.I'.I., u, "I,\, \ ," ft"'""tlllU M1 XMlcl' Mltchl-ll MM. "1-1 1 ,I be assessed as "unknown."
FIRE ESCAPES I I'l.llt. I I t ." \ 1 BUII !13 'I. I I' 20 , 111, tin,; i-lt\ of "iMMlmnnlie' I 1411.1) I llu"
: : \I": : :: I sir. .1 sin.I \ii\tblim I ( n..ith) of :SIll'fl : , 4-Let us remove the / of Banks and
supervision Insurance
; : our
.
\ ; : Companies
n ( inlf; I U.-f l" fur l 1-3: I I. I' - 26.1.4 f,' ..II.l 1.xnil of'> lnlcl" r <|"h' "I I to I.,,' ",",'h -iii-. as
Miillic. II > 1.,1.1: \ .. nnil Sllriil| I I.IHI bnl I not) leiiHt 1 th- .1"1.1 ". > 1U I in,, ;MM MMI.IIH. i \\Ull I I ttie i u, iI'1.\1 I far as possible. from politics and place it In the hands of a Commission of '
'" mdHfin. t I.: I. .I' 11 1 14: .... ' I in nt 4 le. lhat ,
.111"? " arlv
: 11.11, .I.M.I I 1 I III I '.. .ill f'.l13, ; I. I I1 I,,. ; ,1 i"" IIK > .- hi lit,- ....1 1,1 ... of 1--. ., experience
l.c.HMl.l. I ii e.4t.r.
j f Competent Force of Workmen i' K: :.-" IIH, r liilior: Ai inilirlHl, 1 .;.2 4r, llr, -tali..11, , and, .III-.IBU.-" .el. a ti mil.i-l., h.("n .lltlal.. ,i! ....' lllihi I I IT. .1.)" K.111,1 th.il) I .t' ").' 5-Let us give, publicity to all proposed legislation by requiring all Bills, ex- .'
\\ I I': Mjl Klllt-lll?, I'll.. ,"..I.. furi .hl\.r 4 .4, 4 lilts I reM .1,11..|, I 'It. I lie foithuilll I 4 I M-IV.I .1)
.... mill I I Hi. ti-uik at nil I I lion"ra. ... cept measures (to be determined of both
I I i: .i. I r 1ii I i4. . . irul1! -" ) M.ifil. iiu in ru Iii 'in tirilitni I: ., > \, \tM, emergency by a majority vote
BiibmMi. .1..1.KIIM .1.l.
} l for Road Work at l Ii! < -liuK. 4 I .11 -I' .' L'- I :, .t 1'1 1 .. .i,. e \iilunl.,' ,-l(, 10'1'1./" i J In- ,,IIM?..i.! Ill I tin I, .''',I til.. sihl. in| i'' I II- houses), to be filed with the Secretary of State at least SIXTY DAYS before
f \ ..11,., i .in I''I. l.lll, I hi, :.nlI'.ui ". '", I ,ill 4! I I... I I'1 ".ilil ..l.le\\ I ilk I t n ltliln I, I,, I II... '
;\ : &> I. Mi 4 li, .ul'",,, xlnl.u, :., ::" Sam I. l.utf.| i S.'y.Mt IS MM, l ,,11.1 I.' I Ii III "I'| ""." p",,-. I.I.. I each session' convenes, so that the members of the Legislature and the

\ AH Times. .1 \I ll.in-f,, II. 's.il IH fit i-iii.iii,, ,:. ".4' I ..|- h'-nlnu I ,i.i'' '''' iin.l ....'t.II"1'- Mi.M 4. 1 \ nt t 101'I 4. .'IIMiiiei-i I llj.it, M.iiil' I'! people may have an opportunity, of knowing 'what laws are likely to be
SI, "M. I It.: .' I U ..f 'KIs" aiUiiii. il .. ,.. ... ., ], \ 4.- I.. I ,,01 I.\ III., -li.l llt\ \ ,
-i re. .mi II"I' tail' f | ii. l-"ii. |I' passed of the
and
1,1"1 discussing
, ... -same their
: ., I II I 0 -'< 'l'i| I ii| ., .I'i.' instructing representatives ac-
j 1 f..1 i : I i. I i' 11- s i. .11. I tt.i" I |. 11 l TOO lit. 'i 4 niollon., Mr I .1 i ",wkl. !! ;sv. s M tl I .
"isi ..1 I IM\V( -.. linlVi-. \\ A. I.I. :!'. ,. ,: 'S ..>. .1.I I .1 I L. -.j\- (.'I| Hi.,, "',",.111"., ,,t.4 : ;. .i)IHI.,111r.. ''. j j>i.i''' I"I' p'''' '''.,''',' I.. cordirgly.,
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Ii il-I .1 I .1./ .1.4'I
I \ I K nilMIIIIII" i-ti . < i I. 'i iii i.
.J,{ iI'm" ui. .,....<1 fr .., "I' '..: : \ .. .i ,ii.. (In.". .f ,-., 11.1 'I.| |1"1'.j I",,'",.'.,"41 fill, I.. I I. .,.,, "ii.. 11 IT, I II II... I "1,11-i ,'. " ," 6-Ltt us ,inaugurate a plan of' "RURAL FINANCE" adapted to our agricultural .
") 1 IT I.
i I. 1 11 1
In i" in l n- 10 -11. "l-e.l.1I
r i i ; \I.. ,",, d' i ,usu, ,, i 11 ., Ml, \\ I II 4 .f..,",. in. I with, I 4, I I,". "'nun,, .,, ..'.1 I ," j..n.i., "41 1 i .. n,, I 'I', ..: ,. interests" enabling the actual farmer to obtain Capital' as well as
l I..1, I 1. ,i' . . 11i I . .., . ,. '--I', I '(1''I, -,"I ," I'. I.", In I-I; .1'1'4 ,
'i- i .iiiniill. .f 4''ui. 4 l. i-l I"h ii Credit at a low rate of ,mt"rest for a term of
, , ,, long years and devise some
1.,4, ", 4.4,", ,, i : i. i iM I'1 i i I' ', ''" I1,4, ""I ,. "II".' "n"I' h.l\ ; '' .4'
t i ,iii.1 I i .1, ,M, i ; I I.I i. I I44 e '. '" 4;, : :11 'I I "':""II 1 1'',.j't''t'I: i for:;i i : ,I' ,,, : II ::1'" method of bettering' the marketing facilities, of our agricultural, products
JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA .,. , . . f I: ; t 11' I I 'I'. 'I 1'-,
: \ \I I. I: I '" -II"' '.1 '' .4/ " 'I ...' 'I.j' ? oJ.1'h.' I. ".iiiitieafoi! | : 7-Let us ,
simplify our laws
registration' ,
it '
. i 1. ,II. making as easy as possible for
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I. I tin. II. " i i <.1! tI '" ___ __ _
. n our, citizens, to ,
-- I !""."II. .'i.I'i' .it .I.I. qualify as voters always having due regard for the purityof
_, H 'l'o.i,",'..ft. ., |Ii|,,,,,,, .1, I I IllUe I.,. : 1M. \NT: A IIOMK: OliCIIAKI) I I) the Ballot.
I .,. . ,, ,
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"- "\ 1,1.01- .tii 1..1' 111.1 1 1I Knnieltl ;
1" -l .t I a -I!<. .! -.i, (fuitb.I I I, I i ii,. 1 In". 8-Let us maintain. In a liberal manner our charitable educational and penal
; 1"i'i'' Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pres.. J. L. Barber Sec'y.lrcas. \> I i"h, C" 'I l,. ""I< A hoim orchardvill, jo u lontr wny institutions. to the end that they may rank with, the best In ths,
country.
I'll., .."',,,11. ( t. on, lulMi,,( ,ullnu/ a1-,, 1"\\111'11, "','dueinglinn/{ (.xJ1en&'t. iiiui, ,
f II ,i-l 4.. il 1 fol I I It'I in I In r I nil., .I to'. i o in, |il.t,' I', mah."gthe' t farm n more tf..Ni"l\hl"l" i iplace Finally ; the only way to reduce taxes is to reduce public expenditures

M 1; (poll i'Iii iii..lion 1nnnf, f l'rtItl'at'a' ntnl 1 to Jivf'. I'rof. W. L. Floyd, of and the only way to reduce public expenditures is to treat the

I j I .sill.-,. "| ||.|,. OIIIIM.: .1 ,,\-,'0tN h. .I.I by elt.lu.ilnsl 1 \ the University, of Florida College of public business as you would your private business, paying well for
the r..II. \\ f nu .1. H.ill.ed propeit ,
4. . Airriculture, give* the following litt'of efficient service and eliminating all useless officials.
,,1 > \\-i or.I.I i eil ii i-I I .1 upon ,pa \ -
"in. 1,1, "( t.ir\ '111.' I tilt ,b.-iHi-o' fruits that should,) be contained in
1'1 '.' J propose to make a State-wide campaign on these issues and publicly -'
Viz lley: -it the 44'\ ".Io S\V14 1 the home orchard: Figs, persimmons, .
i of x\V'4. s. e 2v. Tp 2.1, K :244..: run,. 1 discuss them wherever and whenever an opportunity V '
and other citrus presents ::
IN I LMII'' ft. i i-: ; i III' ft. :s zm' rt.. \\ 2i'II ftThe 1 grapes, oranges! ,
I fnlliiuliiv, r.-miliillon was,I Intro- fruits! adapted to given sections, itself. I shall appreciate the support of all Democrats who believe IS

Bryan Realty Company ilui.il! anil. inia lteMolull nlmouHly, adopted' : I I' peaches, plums, pears, pecans loquats. with me in the principles as outlined .in the above platform and if

\\'her. a... the city" of l Klsclmmee IIIIHiHKiiefl I In southern sections the guava the people of Florida choose me as their Governor, I pledge myselfto
Offices on Broadway Kissimmee MB lulv nuthnrlced boiulB. In the should be added.
Hum of $2Trini, ,, (on.' ) ruiiBtfittnir I if nve Mr. Floyd mentions the number of faithfully and truly represent them to the best of my ability

M I Opposite Graystone Motel e.i.I.,11Is h! ,and of, the one denomination bond of U.5")'"of 411"$.In.ooii.iin maturing ( trees of the different varieties that and will at all times so execute the power of the office that the

,III tell. "'i 1.,, ,.fl. twel\e." thirteen.fouileeii would. be 'desirable: Peaches 3 Jewel. rights of all may be preserved insofar as the power lies in the
fifteen ",..1 Blxt.'.-n v.iniB.KJI . 1 Waldo, 1 Colon 2 Imperial .
,
uIII ; office of Governor to do this.
| I |IOIKK.. belnic 'kiiown ni,) Ml'NK'l-
I'AI I 1lIIo.; lS-iSUE.: III- I 11115. and plums. 1 Excelsior, 1 Terrell; pears,
\VhereaK. It Is neresHary that lUindTruMtees 1 Le Conte, 1 Keiffer, 1 Cincincis; Respectfully submitted,

I'' be.. appointed '0' receive and Japanese persimmons' 1 Tane-Nashi' F. A. WOOD
control' (I. slnklnK fundfor the pnyment --
c( Orange Groves, Timber I ands. We Pay Taxes for Non-re-! of I IntereBt on And I the redemptionof i 1 triumph. 1 Tsuru; figs.2 Celestial, (Advertisement)
I said bonds at maturity.BRACE I 1 Brown Turkey, 1 Brunswick; Pom-
;! H Cattle Ranches" Country and idenls .nd Ad as Owners granate, 1 purplo-sceded; grape, 2 .. 1 -

i : City Property Agents for Rental Property Delaware 2 Niagara, 1 Scuppernong; Woman is born, so man declares, Pile Cored In 6 to 14 Days .

I I guavas, 1 Red Cutley, 1 :Yeljow Cut- To smooth his linen and his cares; Your drurvlst will refund money If PAZO I

; ley; Kumquats, 1 Nagami; oranges, 3 But in this world of push and shuffle, OINTMENT Blind nieedlns-or tells Pratmdlas to cure sor:Pile.case In el Stol4days.Itching,.. fj";

UP Satsuma and as many others as tie- The chances are that Doth, she'll ruffle. Tbo arl application elves' K.,< and Rest. SOc., (}

sired; grapefruit and,pecans as manyas ,------- . . .
-' '-1j. -t fraJM needed. ----------- ----- - - - - - - -- - -------------I',

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Some of these fruits will not be OOOOOOOOOUOOO4UOOOOH "! "

Li-.Ver-Lax: Will Make ,I practical for certain sections of the I


yhimberCo. You Feel BetterThat ,I I stock state from they farmers Florida know should the nurserymen varieties buy their best because I I; Classified Advertisements . .


4 Wholesale and Retail Dealers In adapted to the state and their .stock

1 tired feeling dull headache is more or less acclimated. Reliable AIY A.- ..._ ..a.a.a 40IUI'. 6666o6 . .
.WWW"-- - - - - - - - - -
and lasting grouch are most probablydue nurserymen can help farmers select

YELLOW PINE LUMBER to a clogged! up liver. Now don't varieties suited to their needs.In PWELLINGS for rent, -pply to M. Two lots Lake Shore Addition; beau

% make yourself feel worse by taking Tiller. tiful situation facing Lake Toho-

nasty, disagreeable! calomel, but clean an ice plant in Camilla, Ga., a pekaliga. Ideal spot for a winter
Shingles and Laths out that bile and make 'yourself feel 200-pound block of ice dropped ten FOR SALE OR TRADEAutomoblein home. A few minutes walk from

: brighter! and better generally by taking feet and struck John Ross a negro I good condition. Can be seen at country club house. Telephone and

4, LIV-VEK-LAX. It acts safely, employe, on the head. With the exception Lupfer & Prather Garage. 47tf electric light wires run by the lots.
4 I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY surely and pleasantly, and is made en- of a short slit in the scalp, Golf course on the pot A bar-

tirely of harmless vegetable material. he did not appear to be seriously inconvenienced FOR SALE-Six-year old mare.. Ad- gain. Apply Valley Gazette office.
I '. All ails ullet'ns: figure on estimates. LIV-VEU-LAX is guaranteed to
we your by the blow, and after dress J. F. Niswonger. Kissiramee; ,
Courteous Attention and Prompt Deliyery. give satisfaction or your money will having the wound dressed he went Florida. l-"t FOR SALE-Cash preferred One
be returned without question. Insiston back to work. block of 'five lots in south part of

thee original, bearing the likeness FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage town. 250 foot front, 208 foot

Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla. and. signature of L. K. Grigsby for That ostriches once grew to fifteen close in; $12 per month. E. depth. Rich muck soil adopted to

i ; sale here in the 50c and $1 sizes at feet in height is shown by. remains E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur. banana or truck growing. Eighteeninch

Osceola Pharmacy. found in the Island of Madagascar.Here's fall to city ditch. Make
The Inn) your
PosRiel Ave.
f .-.. '" Ii-'ft .- .. -ft.....- .. -rt .. -rII- 1. 1JJ-. -It..... .. -tal .-sii1jI I ance. 104 ( ; home pay for itself.
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TOMATO PLANTS
FOR SALE-Five million Living- FOR SALE-Cash preferred. Three t.

||j '* "C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. NATURES SOIL BUILDER ston's Globe Tomato Plants from lots located in residence portion of

best seed grown" on new land ; price St. Cloud, Fla. North railroad, .

$1.25 per thousand. J. R. Davis, within easy, distance of business

1 The Waters & Carson SM x. Bartow Fla. 4-5tpd part of town. Shade afforded by
Blowers Ground Limestone makes acid soils pine timber. 75 foot front by 150

sweet. It releases potash salts and imparts FOR SALE-Twenty acres on Kis- foot depth. Plenty room for a
simmee Prairie: well located ; $25 home. Apply Valley Gazette office. .
strength and vigor to growing crops and trees. per acre; cash. Address B, care

Grocery Company Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine Valley Gazette. 4-3t FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway."

readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities 29 ft.
o. converted
S I P FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and a.; cabin cat; ,

-can he applied at rtny'time wagon one 2 cy. Buick In good completely equipped for cruising. i

I inexpensive. Write for" literature and prices. condition good tires; must sell or Will sell at very reasonable price. "

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Blowers Lime & trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O.
4. : Phosphate Co. p 7tf See or write W. W. Saundexs,..3l6

Bon K 308 Octla Florida Box 221. Klsslmmea. Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf

GROCERIESWE MONEY FOUND-Call on R. D. ,

Guice, No. 115 Park street. 52tpdTO FOR LT-FIve br ten acres good
trucking land:! within city limits.

I EXCHANGE I have 1100 acres Will either rent for cash or shareof

of coal land on the P. R. R., forty crop. Address B, care Valley
CALOMEL IS MERCURY SICKENS Pa. which I Gazette.
',. . .00..00. . . . . . . . . .0. wish miles to from exchange Pittsburg for Florida, prop- 5-ltpd

. WANTED 1000
erty, either improved or unimproved. acres of wild land
SELL: oOo. WE BUY: 4 No in small or large tracts around
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Will trade all or part. .
!, .. 4 0 ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE"Dodson's agents. Address Owner, 1102 Bid- Kissimmee, for' $5.00 cash per acre;

HAY oOo. 4 well St., Pittsburg, Pa. 5>4t or will trade. Kansas wheat land )
4 4 HIDES 4 for 'same. Write Marie Seeling .rt:

1 ] GRAIN 4 4 0 STALLION ( FRED-For Colt ser Kissimmee Fla. ,5-ltpd "

*4 FERTILIZERS 4 4 *4 FURS 4 4 Uver Tone" Starts Your Liver my naantee-Oo to any drugstore vice. Sturdy, strong, intelligent, FOR' TRADE-]0-acre peach orchard' '
and 50 rent bottle of Dod.
get a
excellent
gentle medium size con. in Southern
Missouri 5
+ 00 WOOL 4 ; acres at
j ,.' + SHINGLES 0 Better Than'Calomel and Doesn'tSalivate son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful to- dition. Money refunded if no colt. St. Cloud, 15 minutes walk front
night and_ if it doenn't straighten' you
+ 4 AND 4I 422 West Qak Street. 49-tf station. Also house and two lots
or Make You Sick. right, trp and make you feel fine and brick
I near new works for
-+ ORANGE BOXES 00 4. 4 rent or
vigorous by morning I want you to go
.4 ,, + b 4 ALL 4 back to the store.. and. get your money. LOAN OF $2,000 TO $3,000 WANT- St.trade; Two blocks on North Main

ORANGE WRAPS, o o. Lint<>n th jnfl Tale no more nickeninff. Dodson's Liver Tone i I. destroying the .ED-First mortgage on $20,000 or- for sale at a sacrifice price by

+ 00 COUNTRY / salivating. calomel when bilious or sale of calomel bedauae it is real.Uver ange-grapefruit grove near Tampa .owner. Adduces R. P. Gilpin, city.

.VEGETABLE. CRATES 4 00 4 constipnt Don't lose a day's work I ICRII"el medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it as security. Twelve-room house, 5-ltpd f ....

... .' 4 00 PRODUCE 4 I is mercury or quickailver can not ,salivate or make you lick '20 acres grove, 7 acres vacant, 1,190 FOR RENT
; CRATE NAILS <00. 4 which causes necrosis of the bone I guarantm that one spoonful of Dod bearing* treea. Clear title. Abstract light -Furnished rooms fbriy '

.' ; 4 4 0 4 Calomel when it comet Into contact son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish W. J. FRIPP 'Kissimmee. housekeeping: Apply at 66Vr

. . . .
;! It up. This il when you feel that awfiiinaunea that sour bile and constipated waste '
all kinds. and cramping. If you are vlufrcish which is and making FOR SALE OR TRADE-Forty acres POSITION WAITED-By"-a middle- ;
We sell field and garden seeds of clogging your system aged .14
good citrus land seven miles west lady, as nurse for confinement
and "all knocked ,
out if
4 ''Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and! camping parties. liver is torpid and bowel ,constipated your a bottle you feel of ml Dodson's erable. Liver I guarantee Tone that will of Loughman. Land all around this) cues Price reaso able. Lough't.

; Free delivery city limits. "Phone No. 12. or you have headache dizziness, coated keep your entire family, feeling fine for property selling from (35 to $60 man FUu,. P. 0. Box 95 .'62pd..

;. We.are. county agents for good fertilizers.)< Ask us for circular and price tongue if breath I. bad or stomach sour month Give it-to :your children It it an acre, t Make me' ''an .offer for FOR SALE .>
$ .just take a spoonful of barm.. Oddson' harmless; doesn't pipe and they lite itt Quick sale.' .J. Rouse,' Kissimmee, -A good gentle .falJiJ.1.

on fertilizer. ? I Liver! Toao 03 my. gtiaragtee, pleuaII' taste.. 11.., R. F. D.. No. .1. ..3.4t'tcj ho!". -> A. Mv Story..,, .6ir' -2f '

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