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 28, 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: VID00735
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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TRADE BODY TO D. 'O, GILLETT, OF TAMPA WHO, $$300 0'00' FOR 1 125ACRESPLANTEDIN( FAIR EXHIBITS


MADE FIGHT AGAINST CANKER POTATOES IN VICINITY
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; HOLD ,ANNUAL I FIGHT UPON GOOD PRICES t ASSURED AS RE- WILL SOON BEPREPARED "

SULT OF SMALL STOCKS OF
SPUDS REMAINING IN NORTH.
MEETING CANKER. WHERE DISEASE AFFECTED ,

THE CROPS. LAST YEAR.

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PLANS WILL BE FORMULATEDFOR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GIVES The success of a number of potato PEOPLE URGED TO HURRY ,,ARTICLES

COMING YEAR AND BUSINESS ITS IMMEDIATE AID TO GROW- growers in this section last springled INTENDED FOR 'DISPLAY
to the planting of a larger
crop
MEN'S ORGANIZATION ERS OF FLORIDA IN CAMPAIGNTO
AT TAMPA AND ORLANDO
this year and fully 125 acres are now
GIVEN NEW LIFE AT SESSION Y ERADICATE DEADLY ENEMYOF planted in spuds in Kissimmee and FAIRS IN ORDER THAT OSCE

WHICH WILL BE HELD FRIDAY, STATE'S GREATEST INDUS- the immediate vicinity. At least that OLA COUNTY MAY MAKE GOOD

FEBRUARY 11. Pf v 7, TRY. many acres have been planted for-sale SHOWING. *
in the markets of the country in 'addition

to many home gardens plantedfor

PRENTIS HAS RESIGNEDEFFICIENT GILLETT WAS LEADER Weather private conditions use. have- been especially '- TO SHIP PART SATURDAY.

; favorable and if there are
SECRETARY OF ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT OF TAMPA BOARD no heavy frosts in February the crop NON-PERISHABLE STUFF WILL
GIVES PRESSUREOF OF TRADE CONDUCTED FIGHT will be a record one. Facts given out, 'BE SENT TO TAMPA BY'TRAIN

BUSINESS AS REASON FORGIVING Y '3// BEFORE CONGRESS AND WON by the U. S. Department of AgricuU TOMORROW:\ AND -OTHER ,EX.
UP ACTIVE WORK IN c Y ENTHUSIASTIC CO 1\1 M JelnA. Hire show that the stocks of potatoes HI HITS WILL LEAVE ON MONDAY ('
BODY ENTERTAINMENT OF I TION FROM MEMBERS AND on hand in the north are lower than : AND WEDNESDAY-COM-
> STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION TO OTHER FEDERAL OFFICIALS. usual and that high prices will pre- MITTEE ASKS THAT PUBLIC

HE HEM.) HERE SOON TO BE 4. LARGER APPROPRIATION vail. These statements have made !I All WITH FURTHER DISPLAYSOF
PLANNED.: 5 I PROMISED.< I the! potato growers wear smiles. With' PRODUCTS.

4 I success! practically assured this sea-
Arrangements are. now being made 1 i Wshington, I). C.Three hundred son it is likely that next year: will seea The first shipment of articles for ;
for the annual meeting of the Kis-! % I thousand dollars as an enk rgency appropriation -" large acreage. of potatoes in this exhibition at the South Florida Fairin
Kimmce Hoard of Trade which will l beheld I with which to carryon section. Tampa from February 4th to 12th

on ]I'litlay evening, February 11 I the work of eradicating citrus! canker I Some of those who have planted in wil go-from Osceola county on Satur
At thiM meeting plans will he madeto \ I during! the next five months was I quantities are: J.'or.Vinftanl'y": day. This! shipment will consist of t

place the board l l on a solid: footing I earned in the urgent deficiency! bill, \Jthirty acres; H. T. Avant, thirty I( non-perishable stuff, such as hays'
and to plan ,some d.finite01 k for the I which passed the House with the prospect 'acres; L. 11. Ingram, fifteen acres; grains, seeds, etc. 1

("JI1lIl1 pr year." (Officers will lie elected I that it will be increased, perhaps, W.:- J. Fripp, six acres( ; and many The next shipment will be made on t,
and ,committees named' to handle theVolk. tao a half million dollars, when it other small patches which will bring Monday, when citrus fruits and other I
4 reaches the senate. The canker provision the total up to 12:;.acres or over. !semi-perishable articles will be sentin kr

..1.V.. I'..<,ntis. who hats served e8iciently ALT.. .. '. i was adopted unanimously, ] 4 In regard to tho outlook for pricesa readiness for the arrangement 'of
as secretary\ luring the past .. remarkable thing being that Republican dispatch from Washington says! : the Osceola county exhibit.' The first
year, has filed his resignation, stating Floor Leader Mann and former The Department of Agriculture] shipment of vegetables and other perishable w
that he will be unable to serve Speaker Cannon, both spoke in its favor -! predicts top prices, for southern articles will be made on Wed-

'.- any longer owing to pressure of business grown potatoes in the coming spring. nesday. The perishable p&rtion of
It is more than likely that an This appropriation is to become immediately -I The prudent housewife Is warnedby the exhibit will be replaced at inter

effort will" be made to prevail upon available and is only to the Department of Agriculture! to vals during the, fair. ,
Mr. Prentis to withdraw his. resigna provide funds for this work up to expect a rise in the price 'potatoes B. E. Evans, farm demonstrator of

1' lion I .t..rr." --+-w? "' -- ,_.-..._._.wr.G' iyKyfyWa '- --' ,1We11i July 1st, when a much larger appropriation (Continued on Page 12)Mwwww..w.) .. Osceola county, who with A. E. Thomas

J Plans will also be formulated and under the agricultural bill is arranging for the exhibit, will r
committees named at this meeting will be available. In this latter bill TRUCKGROWERSSHOWINTEREST leave for Tampa Sunday in order to
plan for the convention of the Florida AUTOMOBILE OWNERS OF OSCEOLA an-appropriation of four million dollars be on, the ground and look after the
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which will has been asked, and while there)
State Press Association arrangement of the exhibit.
meet here this spring. COUNTY URGED TO ENTER PARADEOwners has been no official assurance that this IN FAIRS One of the exhibits from Osceola 1
amount will' carry all of those Inter- county which is expected to attract
j ested in this legislation, including SANCTION PLANS FOR EXHIBITS attention of the visitors to the'South.
BENEFIT BE GIVEN mobile Secretary Houston, of the United AT BOTH TAMPA AND ORLAN- Florida Fair will be that furnished by' t
of automobiles in any make-$20.00 in Fair States Departmen of Agriculture, feel : DO IMPORTANT ACTION TO Lewis Lang, the taxidermist, Earl
county are urged to enter their cars ,Stock or cash.
FOR SERBIAN PEOPLE: in the decorated automobile paradeto that unless it was a foregone conclusion BE DISCUSSED AT MEETINGTO Lupfer and, Holmes, Prather. It will
4 Best Decorated Automobiles of that several million would be BE HELD SATURDAY MORN- consist of mounted skin, and hide of
be held Of the features of
4th as one Orlando. the following makes: Special prize of, appropriated, under this bill the appropriations ING. Florida wild animals., This collection
On Friday evening February the Five-County-Fair in In
entertainment will be given in the this connection the following letter Auto Accessory, value not less than committee would not!; is said to be one of the finest In the
$10.00, not less than five cars ompetIng. have passed the emergency appropriation Kiulmmee'Produce : doubt off
The state and will a"
Growers no
> auditorium off.the High School for the has been sent but: by the fair of- Buick .' carry .
Cadillac Dodge Ford now made available.
I .benefit of'the war sufferers in Serbia, ficials] Hudson ,, # organization: held an adjourned regular prize. ,
National ,
Packard Reo; Stu- The appropriation of three'hundred meeting last Saturday morningin ,:Messrs. Evans and Thomas all
homeless
!
urge
where thousands are now :The Fifth, Annual 1 ,} ,Sub(Tropical, debaker "' I
without a government andvwith" their Mid Winter Exposition j will b.e held and, :Stutz.Hupmobile.'i-'Jeffery. ; ; Maxwell thousand dollars is made at the di- the Kissimmee Town Co ndl's hall those who have anything of any nature .-

native land in the hands of a for- at Orlando, Fla., February 15th to rect request of the,! Secretary of Ag- -President Fansler in the chair. whatsoever, which will show the
eign foe. 19th, 1916, under the auspices of five 5 Best Decorated Car, any make, riculture, who filed an, official esti- Howard Curry, representing the productivity of the soil of Osceola ;

The entertainment is being arranged -I I I counties, Lake, Osceola, Orange, Sem- Orlando cars competing-Prize' mate, which was o. k.'d by President; South Florida Fair to be held in Tam- county, or the handiwork of the pea
by Miss Isabel Hamilton, daughter -I inole and Volusia. $20.00 in cash. Wilson, -tha( this amount was urgently pa, had been in Kissimmee a week 'pie of this section to confer with

of L. A. Hamilton, of Toronto, The press refers to it as the "Five 6 Best Motor Trade Float-Prize needed to stay tho ravages of citrus previous and had interviewed officers them at once. Tags have been prepared 't
Canada, who has a winter home here. Days Wonder," and it is proposed to $20.00 canker until other funds could be of the organization for the purpose of to be placed on all the exhibits S

Miss Hamilton is being assisted by make it the most complete event of 7 Second best Motor\ Trade Float (Continued on page 6)) inducing it or its members to become (Continued on page II)
Mrs. II. C. Stanford.The the kind ever held in central Florida. -Prize 1000. et I -- ------ exhibitors at the fair. President

program will consist of a talk The management is assured, in a gen- 8 Third Best Motor Trade Float'.I D.: 6.WAGNER FIGHTS Fansler] brought the matter before the FIX UP LAKE FRONT 1 1IS
by Mr. Hamilton) who recently made I eral way of the hearty cooperationof -Prize $5.00 meeting with his recommendation for

a trip through China and who had the progressive citizenship of the A committee of, public spirited ladies favorable action. J
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many interesting experiences there. five counties. is cooperating with the Director's' WITH BIG BUCK DEERD. A. E. Thomas was present as a VISITOR'S ADVICE

Mr. Hamilton brought back with him You are cordially invited in mak- committee in making this par m,&ber of the county committee i r f !

many photographs of China, fpm ing this undertaking, a great success ada a most magnificient success, and G. Wagner, the well-known insurance which is "hustling" fo**exhibits for "Fix up your lake front and you '
which he has had made colored lan- and a source of pride and pleasuretq II each of them is more than ready to I man, had what might be con- the fair. He outlined the plans for have the finest little city in Florida." !

+ ) tern slides. These will be shown to all of us. lend ,assistance in the way of suggesting sidered a battle for his.life with a big exhibits and emphasized the fact, asa This was the statement in substanceif ''I
illustrate his story of the trip he I In addition to the numerous features designs, material, etc, as far- buck deer at his country home northof special inducement to exhibitors, not in exact words of Henry II. '
'made. Mr. Hamilton is an i interesting which are commonly embracedin as they are able. the city last Sunday. As a resulthe ,that they would not have to pay Boener, of Lawrence, Kans., who was "'
I speaker and his talk will be wei-worth a complete Exposition or FairitIs Please do use the kindness to notify carries a badly wounded left arm transportation charges! on exhibits. a visitor in Khsimmee this week. Mr. ,,

.hearing. proposed to add several unusualones at an early date, either Mrs. W. this week. The meeting adopted a resolution Boener .is a* prominent business man
There will also be a musical pro- and among these is a Decorated R. O'Neal, chairman of Ladies Aux- Mr. Wagner has had for a number endorsing the fair and recommendingthat and director; in a bank at Lawrence, {
gram in which Miss Josephine Hamilton Automobile and Motor Trades Pa: iliary committee or Mr. Jas. L. Giles, .I of years three pet deers at his country Kissimmee Produce Growers I' Kansas. lie is traveling over Florida i
Mr. Armstrong and Mr. McPherson rade, and you! are urged to join in this chairman of Directors' committee, home and it is his daily custom to go send exhibits to it, and instructing the and expects to make Kissimmee his

will take part. feature. that you will take part in the parade.Jas. into the pen where they are kept to secretary to so notify the members, headquarters. lie intends to attend .i o-
The Decorated Automobile Par- L. Giles, chairman Directors' feed them. Sunday afternoon whenhe and sekctingthe committee on exhibits the South Florida Fair in Tampa and 11

PRIMARY ELECTION IS ade which we had three years ago Committee, Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, entered the pen, the larger buck. for the Orlando fair (M. D. the Mid-Winter Five-County Fair in '1
was pronounced by a Motion Picture Chairman Ladies Auxiliary Com. which had never shown any signs of Alexander, D. Barriere and B. E. Evans Orlando to see the products of 1 Florida)
Artist as being as spectacular any viciousness, made a sudden rush at ) to aet also as a similar committee soil. ,

CALLED BY COMMITTEE. that was ever shown in the Country BENErWolTulVENFOR Mr. Wagner and struck the feed bucket for the Tampa fair.A He was much- impressed with Kls }
Now won't you help us to make this from his hand. With ,rare the
presenceof representative of Chicago
simmee, but declared that the ,one
The Executive Committee of the one 4he most artistic and spectacularof I mind Mr. Wagner seized the buck Produce' Reporter interviewed officers thing needed was the bulkheading of ,t'
White Man's Party in Kissimmee, of any ever held! I -KISSIMMEE BAND by the horns and a battle royal began. of the organization in behalf of his the lake and the beautifying of the "i
Bullock is chairman and If you have ever decorated a car, I The buck weighs about 200 pounds >
which S. H. publication's service 'to vegetable and waterfront.; When asked how he lik
H. M. Katz. secretary, has Issued the you appreciate and prize the interest A big benefit entertainment for the which is near Mr. Wagner's own fruit: shippers. President Fansler Kissimmee, ho said:
: official call for the 'city primary to beheld and pleasure that the undertaking I Kissimuvee Concert Band will be given weight, and the fight, which lasted said this is an important matter, Involving \
"You have one of the finest little ,
excites and
on March 4th. we anticipate a ready at the Dixie Theater next Wednes- some five or ten minutes wa a one expenditure of what is a large
cities I visited. Your
\. Candidates will be named in this decision on your part to enter the I day night. A splendid program has which Mr. Wagner will never forget. sum to the organization and he ad- ever peopleare
sociable and everything is home
primary to represent the party at the coming parade. If you are a stranger been prepared and the proceeds will be lie finally maneuvered the buck near vised that it lie over until the meeting -
like here but to clean
ought
to the interest and excitement and you up
t general election to be held March used in aiding the band boys to pur- the entrance gate and with a supreme January 29, and that the secretary front yard."
26th. pleasure which decorating a car pro- ,chase new uniforms which have been .effort threw him off enough to escape be instructed to notify members your "
offices will be voted vide or yourself and immediate through the and close it )in time Questioned as to what he meant by
The following ordered: The boys will go to the ; gate that this matter would then be acted
friends, don't fail to enter the Auto- 'to ward off the rush which the "clean up your front yard," he explained
. for: Mayor, Clerk, Treasurer; marshal South Florida Fair and the MidWinter animal on., This course was indorsed by the 4
mobile and Motor Trades that he referred to the lake- t
councilman Display, then made to reach him
and tax collector, one Fair at Orlando and want to be again. meeting.The .
I which will start' the big Five County front. Mr. Boener is only one of ,
for one year, two councilmen for two dressed up in their best for both oc Mr. Wagner suffered severe bruises president announced that from
Fair, Tuesday at 2:00: Feb. who have madd. this same remark
years and five members of the executive p. m. casions. on his leg and one of the buck's horns the would the many
15th'' 1916.Decorating. now on secretary press yet the city'council has buried
,
. committee for Messrs. penetrated his arm, making a deep
one
.' year. Tony Regero, Armstrong collection of unpaid .dues and the organlzation' :-
i in the
car and the bulkhead idea, apparently
a taking partIn
officials named to and painful wound.
I The election and Hawthorne will render numberson membership roll would-
the parade is abundantly-reward plgiOr -hol. of municipal business'. '
follows J. M. Gardner, the i'-; ,
are as : addition to four
program brought to paid-op status.'A. .
County Demonstration B. E. >e a,
ed in Agent
the pleasure and excitement
: H ljerve Livingston and, H. N. Brat ton; 'which iU affords, but in order to fur- reles of pictures and music by the I Evans, brings the information thatC. E. Thomas had on exhibition at W. I. Barber, Osceola,-county's '" '
Thomas.l
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l A. E. ther stimulate the decision. to decorate band, or hestra. W_ Morsman, 'of St. Cloud, and the meeting three gigantic stalks of: ficient tax ,collector, is making: his
ithe full call and details will be .
1.;E elsewhere. and to stir more rivalry to excel, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bodington, others have 'secured 633 tt- pounds of sugar cane grown on his New Eden' regular trips to various; portions of
found the following prizes are offered: members of the Boston Opera Company natal grass seed which will be planted plantation without fertiliser. the county. H* wa- in Shingle Creek

p..' .Attention is ,called to the advertisement 1 Best Decorated Automobile, which rendered the "Bohemian in Osceola county, marking the E. B. Morrey moved that a weekly Tuesday, Campbell's on Wednesday,
; ,in this issue inserted by any make-$50.00 in Fair Stock or Girl" at Orlando on Tuesday night, beginning of this industry her on a advertisement be published indeflnltey and St. Cloud Thursday. He will go r

l Tax Collector,,Bandy.. This, advertisement cash. spent two days, visiting her with large seal.. A, thousand, ,pounds of in the-Valley Gazette to,announce to Crab Grass on Saturday.
bears the information that 2 Second Best Decorated :Automobile L.,A. Hamilton. Mr Bodington Is a seed were ordered, but, owing to the meetings of the Kissimmee Produce Mri. K.: 'B. Raulenon' 'of Fort ; "

,to )'Ote'In':' the coming city,, primary any "wake--$50.00 .in:j:-:"Fair brother of Mrs.. ,Melklejon,i'who it 'will, be necessary' to. a7 poll tax, Stock oe cash / '. 'P, lived hare and .is_,a-brother-in- amount named was all,that could be uti l1'. general welfare .Thl.. ..was. guest of' her sister, Mrm. E.: .'.L't,

c ,before.,. February,_12th.-, >3 I Third Best: Decoratedivto, law of Mr: Hamilton.' secured., 'I' adopted'unanimously.: .' Lesley,.f or several. days.... ,.i.l
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-1jL1j1 I Miss Neal, has been solicited to be a '
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EVERYTHING
SUNDAYSGHOOLASS'N READY 1
: HOPESTOCOMEHERE
l member of the advisory editorial, .
: \. I. council of the alifornian new
.I \ HOLDS MEET SUNDAY publication devoted to tho economic FOR FAIR IN TAMPA SOMEDAYTOLIVE "

Royal Tailored interests of California, for 1916, to

L' give all Its space to make California
WAS POSTPONE! FROM LAST Tampa, Fla., Jan 28.The South Writing from Chicago C. W. Z0t-

SUNDAY ON'. ACCOUNT OF S, Iry. Florida Fair and Gasparilla carnival, terwall say/ he is 'pleased to read . '2

: Clothes- UK. LIVERMORE':' PROGRAM '. Vole! Which undoubtedly 'will be the great about Osceola county in the Valley\ "
'Vote for what Whythe'Prohibl.tion -
WILL BE GIVEN AS ORIGINALLY ? est. eve'nt of the kind ever; held in Gazette and hopes,to come here spine ,

ANNOUNCED AT CHRISTIAN resolutions that are presented ni J Florida, opens' here on Friday of next day 'to" live.' His letter Is'as follows;

: CHURCH.\ the {-hunches B'nd' different organi a. week and will\! continue through Saturday Editor Valley Gazette, Kissimmee,

: I Spring and Summer Samples tions, to: which'you belong. And* if you of the. followingweek. The Fla. ... '

hand The meeting of the Klsslmmee 1 Sun .belong to an organization l that has cejebratlon will be extended to th<5 Dear Sir 'T read your !interesting ,./

now on. day School Association, which was to not votol jon this resolution, get busy following' Monday for tht, benefit of paper every week and am very thank' '1 ,,

J PA'LM BEACHES, KOOL- KLOTHES AND have been held last Sunday; was postponed and present: the resolutions. soon and the negroes of the state! who have a ful for the news I receive by Valley ..., _

OTHER SUMMER NOVELTIES, MADE TO on account. of :the funeral of sen<3 it In to headquarters at Evanston. separate exhibit building and will i Gazette I may! some day be located .. :!
111. What will do there with
they
\ A SUIT TROUSERS 425. Dr. L'ivermore.: celebrate' themselves that day. down In '
MEASURE $10.50 ; The program us among on. my tract 'Klssimmee, .Ii
I these signed resolutions? will ,
They
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originally announced will be given at Fourteen counties and scores of prairie. .
'I l thrown intO. the basket
not )o waste ,
:: THE'MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SUMMER FABRICS I the Christian church the,coming Sunday be assured. They are'evern one pre- communities and individuals, will be I i Please send me a copyof booklet 'j
beginning at .3 o'clock In the, in the six exhibition showing facts .about Osceola county.
tt' EVER SHOWN IN KISSIMMEE AT represented by products < .
< cibus, for they stand for the will of '"
> J Ikfieinoon. The program ..follows: buildings, and the period will Yours truly, :(:
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TO the people. How so? 'Read what
i; 16.00 $30.00 1. Importance and value of district -, Mrs. Ellis, legislature representative bo replete with brilliant features. C. W. ZKTTKRWALL: _

I p and county meetings; to be led : horse racing, without gambling: sensational 7148 .D1ackst ne Ave. -
'Washington, Rayn about them: ._ ________ _ _______
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Our Spring Reception will Start Monday, Feb. 21, by O\'el'\tJ'eet. ioplane flights, parades, '
when we will display a large assortment of Suiting 2. The International association ] "The scroll, iepn.sentinjr over five military spectacles, visits from warships According to the latest statistics1. .
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: million signatuic'R to the resolutions New Jersey, has J.tllj15l(;; : females,
Lengths. us us economical agency/ for the advancement , i: "', absolutely clean attractions, which is only 8,000( ) less than the total
j' Three Months Free Pressing with each suit purchased. I of ivJJ Sunday school .iuteiests i I f
; to be, led I h)' Dr. W. B. Wither- amendment, has been festooned above social functions in tourist. ho-I
the xpoaker's desk and in Vang.? of the .
i spoon. tels and Amcncrn and reign ,
i :\. Should wo not emphasize rather nu'mbcifi' e'eMr.. HoliKon, in call to which visitors are invited, will be : .' ,

; Iji Olrver"s'SuitatoriumI"t ,! what wo-can put into this work than injf attention to the scroll said, 'That among the attractions offtied. Low >

; what vveTan\ get out of it; to be ledb scroll is!< simply a record of resolutions railroad latcs will be in force from : FIoria'Homesaod

n" >" Kev. S. W. I..uvler. udopUv. ) at g'rcat1'Jblic\ meetings; if I I all sections., and Tampa is prepared: '--

t I. The I ntoi I 'national t the petitions themselves, which came
I"t Sund.iySt to rule for iccoid crowds!' utrcasbn-
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J : hi nil does not exist. t. ,nor, seek su|1'- lo memrveiK. of congress were )here able i ales. I II Ij

poil' .for 'its. own sake; but in ordei( t ll1t' would cover miles of length.' j Following; is i1? brief Rynopsi", of the ,;,
l r'veiv' Uy for months., great musses!' Investments
IflUtlIitI; is !new and thei' is enough.int that jt may aid the hchools to do mou-" piogiam" \\ hi'h I begniH IVid.iy., Fob 4! .
rc' CHAUTAUQUAPLANS ttlorrlveiuk, ; to be, 1 led by Ilev ,\. nf petitions, after; l It 'i ing. classified at
\ . >t\ to l jil I ",isc evcivone.Ilaj :M 1. C hi.sbolin. :. n.i'jonal; I head 1'1l1a<) ,.t..I'" at l'\anston; | l I'l,'Klii.v'Aiinal. of J King i / C.i-pnnlla;: ) I

: -'wton-; and, man oTlinjsterv. had to office, X and \',' Mvstit' K N'\VC of (;aspuril-
magui.m .r. Ale wo (mphasi/mg mifTul. }( tome Washington Five acres high land, 1 12 mile from'
: ((: RAPIDLY MATURING He is talhd] the "I'llnte cf l.the. t matter, of making i / t the scope);of;. :and from i theie had! )been sent to. the ,''la, who stoim und subjutralc! the 'ity. city limits of. Kisslmmee, Osceola

I ; '' Hie ,hool Stnatoriand' Kepiesentlitues' ; for !I Satuidav- Enl.I >rtuinlwl1t I ; I.t, of Ploi- County, Florida. Fine place for ub-
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' :\tII|'ii, <'an" I it"cl.iboiate\ stage/ I ill ',idle roll home whom t tlie\' weie i inl<'!Ilt'd. This ne- ''ida fditois. (newoiks) I displays and urban home, $250, on favorable terms
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fUt,1OF; ) HlhKTS E-CO'IU-; { ; inent :and many animals 'Ie has had 11 ( depaitment, 01) .
( ... 'gamil ,. '' ,..".. ;ila\'d at both offlfvs the veiy best other featuies.Sunday ) if desired.A .
hisses) et to be led l h j
: IMJ; ; AND; LIST or ATIKXCTJO.NS I many 'sptnal 3 filets i 'lently 1 matte I inI'uiope i >\

"t r I,; ; PHOMISKS)! A PKOiJKA.M; l I: espetiallv i I I for his i l pioduttion..Mi ) i Di A. J. liolt.POULTRYSHOWTO. HeiKiil 1 I help) and! the work was earned 1 -Sailed '>1 t-d"lr conceits fine 5 room Bungalow, modern,

'! or f.M'sr; :; ( I\CII.I.ICNCK; : ; I 1 is piotrium( is cine of mystt'iy, ninth - on with system! and disputeh. It by many bands. j well built, 1 block from court house,

J' ii;( AND % A RI El) TO Pl.iSE: ALL and, music. BE j II is safe' to say the Ameiican Congress I 1IondllJel\
: TASTES. 1- of was never tlelug with a greater ill honor of Republic of (Cuba citizens real Come let
May Hink-ily
Shumway one I amount of patriotic enthusiasm than i plete, bargain. us
)
I foremost readers. In of whith will I make meiiy I in ways'" peculiar show
Chllutau'lua's
:\ : HELD IN JACKSONVILLE was conveyed in the bundles of petitions you.
I : to Latins"' Night street parade
Hj" view of attention being centered
Plans for the Chautauqua and A rtists' our sort to the members of rhe Sen-
} the of at this and dances, in which !0,00lpeople:; () )() will 127 acres extra fine land, bordering
'upon Europe
people
i: Festival to be held in Kiswm- I --- -- late and House duily.I .
I lake good and other im
The participate. on ; grove
time Miss Ender- Jacksonville Poultry Association -
presenting
we are
J. nee February !9 J to 12, are japidlymaturing. I The bill, heretofore known as thehepard.hIobson
1 f: J I f The committee in charge ly in a featured program of "Customand will hold its first annual poultryand I amendment bill, died Tuesday-Reception to former provements. Full particulars to interested -

:! '4 is encouraged by the sale of tickets Costume of the European Peas- pet stock show February 22nd to automatically with the Sixty-third kings and queens of Ye Mystic Krcwej parties.A .

and indications are that the event will antry." Miss Enderly has'a pleasing 26th inclusive. I Congress.; No measuse may be carried of Gasparilla. I few good properties owned by
I, voice and is of the Irish The association has ben working Wednesday Monster I
be a big success. The program includes a player over from one Congiess another, allegorical, Northern clients, who will exchange.
k fo
"I 1 1I much overtime on this proposition for near- historical, commercial and military '
introducing delightful
harp,
l '': a list of famous personages as they may be from.. on) session to Correspondence solicited; we hare
music into her dramatic numbers. ly two months and the_ matter has parade with sham battles, including
I** and is so varied that every taste will another session. But a \ill\ of the I excellent bargains. We want to show
be satisfied. Season for the come to the point where a first-class 'I air attacks.
tickets of
<: t\ Angie Belle Battis. A pianist same nature will be introduced early

.;c four days are being sold at $2 for rare ability; for three seasons official show is practically assured. in the coming session and we are confident Thursday-Grand coronation ball
The exhibition coops have been secured of Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla. you.NELSON
j ,' adults and $1 for children between pianist of the International Lyceum the friends of the measure will

r. the ages of 7 and 12. Children under Association. Her wift and accurate in number over thousand and again rally to the support of this ad- Friday-Varied features. REALTY CO. :
the donations of beautiful and valuable Saturday-Parade of Nobles of the l ,
i' ,i seven years will be. admitted free reading and splendid command of the vanced step in temperance reform.
of charge. The of the is remarkable but articles for premiums such as Mystic Shrine and other events.
t management keyboard as an "There will be 128 new men in the
chautauqua the she exhibits the loving cups, various articles of merchandise -
I company announces accompanist qualities House of Representatives when at !

I various numbers on the program as which prove her to be in the highestsense and cash premiums have noon, on the first Monday in December I .
been lavish and ,
a'very attractive list
L' follows: an artist. 1915, the Sixty-fourth Congress
S. Senator Thos. P. Gore, term- of premiums is offered. In additionto convenes. Eight new senators will SUB-TROPICAL .
;., f'f'U., this, the usual cash prizes will be
: by'W.. J. Bryan, "the Blind Man take the places of senators who have
J. M. GARDNER GETS
offered by the association and the MID-WINTER
FAIR AND
Eloquent, is the Senate's most brilliant spent. some of them, almost a life- ,
various specialty breeders' clubs have
S orator of intrenational fame, time in the Chamber in the service of
and one' ofVour nation's greatest SOUVENIR FROM SEARS authorized the the .offering of ribbons to their country, and who will be greatly EXHIBITION !
prize winners in their various
is of
statesmen. lie a living example missed.
: what ambition and'perserverance classes. "The faithful of the TO CITIZENS OF' VOUUSIA. LAKE
co-operation
J.. M. Gardner this week received The catalogue and premium list ispractically' 5 SKMINULK. OSCEOI,A AND OHfANOK \
.. against seemingly insurmountable from Congressman W. J. Sears, who women at home with the plans for .COUNTIES. .
completed and should be GIIE"TI\t! ,
odds will accomplish. His subject will represents! the Fourth Congressional mulated by your superintendent, COUNTIESGREATEST Lie 't known to all or you that 'you '
"Social discourse printed and ready for distrubutlon are I ivlted and expected to
be Duty, a powerful which 'carried out with the prep..reauUA'ole
;, District of Florida, a souvenir of the after February 1st. This showis were exhibit for display at thtf't \
dealing with' the present day celebration! of General Robert E. Lee's soon greatest unanimity, was .a constant great exposition already Hgreed upon _. ,
official the American
economic No an one under by your people. engaging In a friendly
problems.' man or boy birthday at Alexandria, Va. It is in source of inspiration. EVENT IN competition tor.thot exhibition of thevarlod -
Association rules. F. '
should miss this chance to hear and Poultry Judge producta of your section, alec
"The contest in
; coming Congressfor
,,- the nature of a program, printed on J. Marshall has arranged to judge; the THEHISTORY thlnKH "l\lade In >onr t-wne." your :
see this distinguished statesman, and Confederate and tied with National Constitutional Prohibition achiol work. your fiutta: our V<*KO- !
gray paper OF THE .
show. table .
sour f H i m protluctfl your Hlor *a
.1 .enjoy his eloquence and logic. will mean renewed'effort on the of house field ..
the colors of the Confederacy. Con- COUNTIES HIM our art rrtntlonn.vour
It is the intention of the executive FIVE
; . ;
; i The- Mozart Quintette brilliant gressman Stars also sent a copy'ofthe committee to conduct this show an part of all, indeed-it mans that every thl'1 KM ninrli.of I lnt tlilcUcns<.t.<.nt. and all other I
j of high-class musicians, man and woman looking, hoping, I'r.' U nil,'ml In pi-rson and with
company '
Alexandria Gazette-Driving t
an ac- Lrnlly ,, ,,,
!absolutely straightforward and busi- vour I id) 1'.1.t I ii|18. and J the uttnriK -
'1 each member a real artist, presenting ount of the celebration.: r. Seats ii'ss-bke} i praying for the overthrow of King 5COUNTIES <'r within I your ","t"MRUHTJWI'ICAI (
principlesAll
!
standard music in a manner appealing [ was th.. piiiifip.il speaker of the day I ash prizes will positively premiumsI be | Alcohol will need to redouble their MID-U\ INTER; EXPOSITION .

: to a mixed audience. We feel that .and at.'cot,ding to t he newspaper: acquitted I awarded, arid nothing savoring! of fa- efforts, _for in this, the last stand of I OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVK ; I

\. there is no superior musical attraction himself with honors. (Congiossman Vomit unfair the enemy, every plan or device of I I I : COUNTIES.( I
ini or methodsill I be .t
: on the chautauqua platform. We Clal'k11' also on the Satan will be used to circumvent the .tI
/ protl'rtam tolciatcd.
I It i is intended that this
present them for their real musical onwaid march of prohibition,"
for mi aililiesK, but was unable show ,shall be an annual oC1.ion andin I
'
I, worth a community. They wear ti" attend on account of illness, so. that time. become one of the big showsof FEBRUARY 15-19, 1916'

the beautiful costumes of the Louis the liui' r KM f) STOMACH: THOUKKK\ Orlando Florida j
XV period. '
I|I to Congiessivmn,, S'nts C ongiessnian -:, -
Karl Jansen, from the "Land of the /:: Claik) was to have spoken tiASFj.."S OR, DYSPEPSIA-
'
: Midnight Sun," Swedish entertainerand : on the subject of "General(; .. Robert E. .
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physical culturist. Mr. Jansen's i Lee" und Congtossmnn; Sears on "TheI I I "P pe's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour _._ - - ,I
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work coveVs a broad field in
and amusement. lit is 11 d stin/uish-I/ I this the A Alexandria Gazette says * I 1 I in five minutes.If -_ :: -,- :

ed actor and physical culturist of ', * "but !Mr l ('Ia rk has been ill and "Civic nifhteousness!' whether in what you just ate is souring on : F
'i the White House or at the ward cau- your stomach or lies like a lump of .
note. His entertainments are unipue I'I was unable to (fi ill his appointment, |'! I -
and fascinating. und it devolved upon Mr. Sears to'' 'usaftel' all is only the practical, effluent lead, refusing to digest, or you belch .

., .; The famous Tyrolean Alpine SingI I act as his proxy as well as to handle '!1 use of common sense. uncommon gas ant] eructate sour, Undigested / --... .. "' L

I ers and Yodlers. From their Alpine th! them" upon which he was to 1 courage and common honesty. food, or have a feeling of dizziness, 'I

L I. homes these singers and instrumen- |],I speak! I He pioved! equal to the o.ca-I|I.I I I heartburn, fullness\ nausea, bad tastein : '
AL':1 :
I, talists have been carefully selected ''sion, and not only spoke! of General I The union! has secured Mrs: Mary I mouth and stomach-headache, you ; : :1

and are trained and rehearsed In their ,;.Leo in a most inteiesting .and imprcsmve I Hams Armour for a lecture the I can get blessed relief in five minutes. I''

world-famou" yodel and warbling : nuinmr, but; of Confederate vctcran8 -II 25th of February Place, will l be Put an end to stomach trouble forever THEUNIVrRSALCAR i

songs. They appear in the putur-,! sons of veterans. and the South, I nounced later Mrs. Armour is a an// by'getting a large fifty-cent case of .. ,

esque costume of their p'ople-the' punctuating hi remarks, with marry tional lecturer, and nWer fails I'ape's Diapepsin from any drug store. !

most attractive in all Europe. Their : anecdotes." I please. I You reajize in five minutes how need- The same strbrig. serviceable Ford car--but I. ;
W. C. T. U. occu'the
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program: is replete with variety, the lower The
Ford
at price.
presenting instrumental : and fourth Fridays of each dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.It's a car, which is i
:
company mu-
: sic, as .well as vocal-UBing the unique CATHOLIC LECTURES month Strangers welcome. The I the quickest, surest stomach giving satisfaction to more than 1,000,000 ..

instruments of their native land. I) Good News says< our state president, doctor in the world. It's wonderful. owners, has a record for utility and economy I

: Dr. F. Q. Brown, writer, traveler, WILL BE GIVEN HERE Ei : 't- -- that is worthy of your attention. Two I '

lecturer, recently returned from a I and two make fo>rthere wouldn't be so I

tour of fifty.two thousand miles into The:> Ilev Jos. II, Stembrunncr, ofCleveland Eugene C. many Ford cars if they didn't give such
f Bryan, Pres. A. II. Bryan' Vice Pres. J. L. Barber, Sec'y.lreas.
the heart of Africa,' China, Japan,, ) Ohio, will give a series splendid service. Prices lower than
I ever.
Korea, and India, in making a st.udy i of lectures or. Catholic, subjects in the1'Catholic :
Runabout *
390
Touring Car $440
; f. o. b. __
of the political, economic, social and church at Kissimme-o for the ,

religious problem that confront the ] week l beginning Sunday, February 6. Detroit.

peoples of this globe. J He is an au- Father Steinbrunner is a noted speak-I e C Get Your From III ,

thorty on the subject of foreign missions er, not tontroversical, ,but explanatory -' LUPFER &
I. in his methods and as a ChrisI I PRATHER 'I

The Gilbert Shorter Players. This tian gentleman In. giving his views Bryan Realty CompanyOffices KISSIMMEE

c company is unusual in its versatility.It The citizens of Kissimmee, without FLORIDA'I I

composed of four exceedingly respects the feelings ot his audience o/i Broadway, Kissimmee, I

high class artists who have eaclrtwoor regard ,to religious belief, are cordi- Opposite Graystone Hotel
i
more accomplishments. They present ally and in the spirit of Christian .

; a great program, including Instrumental charity, invited to hear these lec

and vocal quartets, Eng- tures. They will gain views on sub ,

t, tlUh: opera In costume, monologues of jects which probably were not pre- .

i exceptional :merit, and a comedy sented to them before and they will .
--. .S t ,, ketch, teaching: between its laughs I till be free to think for themselves. Orange Groves, Timber I..... 'w. Pay Taxes far Non-real- ;, ,..
Cattle Reaches Country"and Menu end Act .',
Owner'scity
"" as
A great moral lesson.. The program M. FOX ..' .
Property Axenta for Rental. Property.
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I S if. especially .chosen -to entertain-the. ..__ Rector, Orlando, Fla. I,

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/ Hastings'that; was planted on July *d. Congregational:: \ workers .of central Dr.. Goldstein's statement' lam quite

This was as fine sample of, broomcorn :! district keep doing,things DR 60LDSTIEN WELL certain that I understand Dr Gold.;,

Agricultural News Notes as one could wish to sea. Our state Quiet,, Hour superintendent stein's) condition. .Those who suffer
obtained for broom Mrs. Ruth from liver-- trouble and constipation,
The price corn Wyandt Cavanagh KNOWN SPCIALIST which is so prevalent In aU Cities like

,, FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA will depend largely upon the care with hat a brand new bungalow home with Tampa, have headaches, lost ..appe

f COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE which it Is graded. The straight every convenience at 2819 Taliaferro ENDORSES ANDES AS THE BEST Ute, sleeplessness, depression of
green should be made one grade. street, Tampa. She is helping her spirits, and are tired out most of the
MEDICINE HE EVER
Urns They also have coated
red stalks should be made husband tongues
Brush with the southwestern district offensive breath and
USED: quito often yellow -
':PUT MACHINERY IN SHAPE calves is somewhat different since in another grade, and all the crooked president, in his work; also Earl's spots will appear on the body.

machinery should dairy calvesare usually\ taken from and inferior brush should be baled in brother, our state treasurer, George vicinity all walks of life in Tampa They are susceptible to cough' and vfl
Farm receive a the mother and. taught to eat and *
Imme-l are now using Andes Prescription colds, which sometimes loads to morelIerioua
thorough! overhauhng before spring diately and are not.usually a .separate bale to itself. Red brush Cavanagh has put her right into harness the wonderful new preparation trouble. Andes, which Is VI
combatAnt -
work begins. If implements are nut fat: as beef calves. If calves are to be 1 will sell for about one-fifth less than for the United Brethren C. E.beehlve that has such an enormous sale tonic, appetizer and hivigort I

takeu out of the shed' or from under shown; the foregoing rations will be the green, and the crooked only'about of activity., at Cotter's Drug Store. ,, ant, is what they need. It builds up j\f \
the shade trees until they are needed found satisfactory and together with This is by the statements the creates I
Mrs..W. healthy v
one-half the price if the green. G. McClain, secretary and proven system a ap *-
,
L t hey may not be in running order grooming and a little linseed meal that are being made daily,'not only by tite-promotes digestion and assimila- 4'
:
\. r See if there are any broken parts or will put thorn in good show condition.. The second crop .Florida shouldbe press" reporter for the United Brethren the laborer and mechanic,. but by law \tlon. of food and vitalizes the blood. ]

worn parts which need'replacing. .F, L'SEED easily produced, making two, crops society at, Union Center, ''near yers. Judges, City and County officials .Andes- Prescription; so highly recommended ,
M. Rast, of the University of Floridas BEWARE; OF POOR N T in"one year, la the North aIL 'averageof Klssimmee, writes: "We have decided Ministers and Specialists, they by Dr. Goldstein, the well s
'.10.. College of Agriculture reminds the 'one ton is grown on three acres. to purchase a black-board, topic are all loud in their praise of the known Tampa Specialist, is' now on

r, farmers inside of that a few repairs days cannot err sometimes be had The high price of Natal seed has An experiment made this year at' cards and pledge cards." modern magic like medicine results gives.that Andes. the Store sale in, 'the Kissimmee.exclusive;agent.Corner-(Adv.Drug)

Jteekt. With some ,crops, such asJ made a great many growers too .anxious Starke, Fla., seems to show k* much More and better tools for work in Dr Rudolph Goldstein, the well .

"t J juck, a week of delay often means have to unwittingly reap it.' A gatheied great many more seed. larger yield than Northern produc- 1916 is surely a resolve worth'making known Eye Specialist, is among the Ills Favorite.

;ii, : 'ne' Machinery difference which between has profit, stood and in ions.'the Consequently great deal ot bad seed tion. The way it was kept track of an !floats the market each _It is and harvested it impossible to' Union' Center. long list of those that speak in such
:, fence corner since last used will need on year. was
high terms for Andes.. Dr. GoldsteinIn' lie-Yea;, especially the kind frequently -'' m:
; penercus oiltng to free it of nut. It too dear for the farmer to be careless tell 'exactly what was raised, but after Grace A. Townsend. ,,
a recent interview said: In tho.wclve cut by large corporations.
the and he should be I f fHigh
1't will be a good plan' to run machines of of tho quality source of hU' seed beforehe a careful investigation by the writer, Intcrlachen, Jan. 24th.RESOLUTIONS . years that I have lived in Tam- (
little to' if they in sure '
a see are saape Brow '
raised I have been 'subject less .
it seemed to show that they : more or Taste. <
them limbered cforo l plants. to
and to get up PASSED liver trouble and and
late fall which constipation: "My husband so iterarylw exclaimed
r time to use them. Plows should be Seed gathered during about one ton to two acres
scoured, harness should be repaired early spring or rainy weather is apt would mean one-half ton to the acre, At a regular meeting of the St. used several cure but kinds only of found treatments relief. to I Mrs" Nurich.. '
ret a
anddouble to germination, according to Cloud Garrison No. 141, Army and I "Really! y
give
devices laprings, single trees poor
,
and for two crops a total of one ton to have used less than two bottles of "Yea he's
f. : trees, put in shape. ,Spike A. P. Spencer of the University of Navy Union, held Jan. 17, 1916, the Andes Prescription and the results it ; always calling" up his )
of brush .is
The good broker to quotations.
t- tooth harrows should have their teeth Florida Extension Division Natal: the acre. price get .
following resolutions were adopted: has given i.n my case is just fine. I I
blooms just like oats, and if the from to $150 ton ,
\rrted, And discs should be ground rasa ordinarily $100 a ,
can not speak in too high terms for
Whereas Death has entered said
f if they need it. Clean out oil holes, fiends are stripped or if anything injures but this year owing to a scarcity from his wonderful preparation. The' Cuisine That Doss !Not Affect The 1NsllBecause J
c tighten nuts and replace worn bolts. them beforo the bloom is mature various causes the price is as high as garrison and removed our beloved Upon this subject, A. G. Payne, of It. Ionic and laxative ..<<...,to fAXATIVK 4
the seed will not be fully developedand comrade, Wm. H. Boyer, and taken BROMOQUININBU better than ordlMrf.
CALVES' SHOULU HAVE their germInation' will be low. $200, a ton. While it is not likely that who is personally introducing the celebrAted Quinine and doe not cause .-....... nor n
him through "The Valley of the Shadow Andes Prescription at Cot ,
rlnclnaIn heed. Remember the lull sod
the heads turn white and be in name
A GROWING RATION After frosts this high price can depended on of Death" to the land of ter's Drug Store, said in discusginv Vwlt: for the alinatiir of K. W. OROVK. Ise.e. 1
look but the seed unseen
fluffy :They; ripe, future seasons, it .is certain that a ,
I, let the calvesrun be no more than half mature. It spirits,
is false to - --- - -
It economy may -
wild. They can shift for them- Is difficult ,for one not accustomed price ranging between $100 and $150 Therefore, resolved, that we bow in oo' o; o.c.o'o: OOOOUO O ;;;0.;;; hr
selves but the farmer who thinks that I to the seed to tell whether they are means good returns for the grower. submission to the Supreme Command- .
he Is saving feed will have to pay viable. It is best to know from whom Especially is .this the case when it is .
they chine and to know the conditio.ra 'er's mandate '"who doeth all things CITRUS TREES AT
t "1eaily" for his economy when he begins remembered that two crops may be
to fatten. the animals. The secret under which they were raised. I well.! With the fact that this is not :
t of profitable production is to The varying dualities lepommend-,: I grown in ,a single season in Florida I our eternal habitation and that we I.:
Keep the rnUeb growing, without e ". cl'op-1 too will soon be called, one by oneto,
stunting, until they are ready for the quality of the good that ha"ve"bten be grown easily after the main
market as baby l beef or steers. An produced 1 in the past In many I that is, of potatoes"-has been raised. pass into the beyond to answer. roll 1 :y We sell the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Trees, as

.. I animal which: hUH I been stunted I I'i cases four pounds. have given a standon I call.2nd. I :_:: fine as can be found at low prices and guarantee them against death. < >
through neglect and 1 lack of an acre while 10 to 12 poundshave That in the death of Comrado
'proper
C often fuiled. The best seed can I I. l I'Uo'el' :s: freeze and canker. We mean what we say and our guarantee is goodY ,
flout ihhim-nl will never entirely 10coMr. :
the has lost of its '
I country one Let hear -
ti. Even though it does fatten hlJ" -hall from that (gutter during as gold. us from you. ,
well, the expense of "overcoming the I :September:; and <)<-tober'h<.'11 tho II CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I defenders' the family a devoted husband x:i .,
South Citrus Nurseries
btuntedness will be far greater than greatest percentage of heads are I and father, and the community Apopka

plenty of feed throughout the growing ripe --- a truc-hcai friend and citizen. :,: OCOEE, (IMCORPORATID) FLORIDA f

!peuod.JI I We need press reporters in Kis- 3rd. That a copy of these resolutions ] : I Ioooooooo
G!. Clayton, assistant in animal .tOKN CL'nHE ORGANI -
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be his and that '
I simmee.In sent to family,
Florida NEW
industry to the University of 1XING FOR YEAR .
Experiment Station,' suggests that I Pomona, Northeastern district, said laiiiaoii( extend to his family
calves' should hale milk as long as I The corn club work for last year our sincere sympathy and condolence.
there is nourishing Boys' Temperance -
possible.] Skim milk is about as has [been completed. G. L. Heiling-: a wish had- I That these resolution 1 b.2 !spread upon II I I
good as whole. They should] not ton, corn club agent for the Univerl Society. We they a ,
have enough to produce scouis. [ sitv of Florida Extension Division, Junior Endeavor organization with n I the records of said Garrison and that

Teach jouiiir calves] to cat such train will ili\ote his time for the next temperance committee composed of the charter be draped for 30 days I 1 May Lumber Co.Wholesale <

as coin, oatS, In'an before weaning( i: month) or two to enrolling the boys these same lads. t
time KO that they wil not be stuntedby i, for the next ciop. hast year there
the change of feed and lose the were 1,325: boys in the workaccording In Live Oak, north-central district, Retail Dealer InvYELLOW
calf] bloom. I to Mr. Ilernngton's final report. the splendid band of Tresbyteriayoung .
After weaning give all the rood( Only tR.I! repoi.ted, !More than 22,100 people have a new plan ; instead MUSTANGFor '
bright legume hay they will clean! up, I bushels of corn were raised at a cost PINE LUMBER Y
and a small gram allowance to keep of $10,62.82, an average of 48 centsa of press reporters there is a
thorn steadily growing. Cottonseedmeal bushel. The average yield was press committee composed of Mrs. S. Sprains Lameness,
should not be fed until the 37.55 bushels to the acre. Harvard, chairman, with as assistant Sores Cuts Rheumatism Shingles and Laths -
calves] are about six months old. For ,
and the
Hallock
Miss Dorothy society
calves under six months Mr. Clayton Why not see your neighbors and Penetrates and Heals. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYAll
offers the following ration: liron 20'' get them to help buy stump puller? secretary, Miss Katherine Bishop. All .
parts, corn .meal 20, linseed meal 10 The cost can be materially reduced this interest taken in Live Oak while Stops Pain At Once :
;nd oats :SO. Thai ration has a ratio that way and you can begin to get from some societies we cannot geta For Man and Beast we ask UIcto[ : figure on your estimates. :
1:4:5. Calves six months returns from the land which those Courteous Attention and '
\yf : over Prompt Delivery
news item from anyone. I 25e.SOe.$1. At All Dealer.. .1
of Furthermore
have ration
should
a consisting stumps occupy. you can .
corn meal 30, oats 30, bran 10, cot- use labor saving machinery and get Late news comes of several new '
tonseed meal 10. They should be given your money back in a short time. C. societies, among them Drennen in ; Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla. ..lk
as much of either ration as they K. McQuarrie of the University of south-central Jupiter, south-eastern LINIMENT
will clean up at a feed in addition to Florida Extension Division suggests ; ...tAt-- ...
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district, and Freeport, of we think, .
good legume hay. also, burning the stumps during the _ __ _
The practice with dairy and beef winter. Either plan is good. west Florida field. Now to hear of ----- ,

_ _ _ _ _ _ three Junior or Intermediate societie ;.
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just Recently started.it was our good fortuneto

Broom Corn Is Found To Be have good letters from three fine finely 6round Natural Phosphate

young men presidents in Jacksonville; .

a Profitable Florida Crop Samuel Bowles, of Springfield' Presbyterian -

; ; T. Duke Williams, from th"Riverside

,"'::1" _. (From the, Florida. Farmer Homeseeker,) ,' :,, Presbyterian society, and '
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.' \.h".. ,' .'""..'". ,.."., "il! z__ "" 1 .\ "_u.-.n.'" >-'"n',._..':61,_.tiMaal.'..g\R1I1'L.L__ {'..\ ;,..'. William :lJ., 'Gla don;' ',leader for -the 1'4F1.
B;l,'" : ,; : : : : : grown-up' Endeavorers of the Chris- l
Broom corn" is as staple as sugar, |row. If the seed is planted in the fur- tian church. Messrs. Bowles and F> EE> MANEIMTA

s-. and the short crops of recent years row, the harrow should be drawn Glendon are two of our faithful press!

lengthwise' to the row at first, and department helpers
have made it as marketah/e., The hot
I i later a sled cultivator can be used to Endeavor'Week the ,
winds and drought of the Oklahoma Christian is ,
i' kill the weeds which appear along the great C. E. time once a year. It i Is straightforward
district, where broom corn is mostly sides and tottoms '.
of the furrows.
almost here. Tell us how you observed t' real estate dealer, advising I 1 1I '
of .
grown, gives us no assurance nor- hi
'
Broom corn produces a great many it. i with
/ a young man,
;
mal crop. In fact, for several years
feeding roots very near tho surfaceof The Commercial last issue I said: "When rent .'
the crop has not averaged one-half a Leesburg II i you property II I .
This shortage has resulted in the ground, and for this reason all gave much: Endeavor news. It i III I you are paying for it, but
crop. cultivation should be very shallow, ?' c don't and in the I II IId
the depletion of warehouse stocks all told about the annual election of officers I you get any equity

over the country, and consequently and, if possible, the soil should 'be at Tavares, and a delightful d I end you are no better off than at first. ,
I packed behind the cultivator. With Better make a deal where of the
high priced corn, so it-' has paid and Junior social in the same town. TheseS some rent o.
I listed, sandy loams this packing is not applies on the purchase price." .
paid well to broom corn.
grow ..
possible, but it is not so necessary in Florida farmers
and fruit have
been too
The early years of growing broomcorn I growers largely
-
in this country began back east thtis case as on heavier soils. : fertilizing their crops on t he same plan as th.it: of the man It

in New York state r.nd has crept west In Florida corn must be planted as S MR. FANSLER' ARTICLE 1 who rents hilt house from month tp month. They have gotten 'I t

ward until today westernOklahoma early as danger of frost will allow say I 0 only the increased yield of one year's crops to cover their outlay.
after 15th <-:..! Nature's' method is different. She
stands first, with, Illinois a\rlone sec- February and isn from starts in to build up fertility.

ond, in amount of production Kansas ninety to one hundred and twenty The article promised by Mr. Fans- Wliy not follow her more closely in your work? t"I


I F, lead taking for third growing place.'the Illinois finest takes brush. the days the potato harvested.crop It has may been be sown harvested.after Growers ler about and the its Kissimmee plans for cooperation Produce- Why\ Not Get All The Plant Food Paid For \ "V t

There brooms the :
As a rule"the mixed sandy lands are now on market, among farmers in this section
made from corn grown 2 miles from will be published next week. 1 *
considered best suited for
growingthe

best quality of brush, but fairly! -- --- --- - ---- ------------- '. When You Buy Fertilizers for Your Farms and Groves?
heavy soils will- produce good brush ----- ------- ---- -----

under proper cultural methods. So NatiirMwn' -finrly ground natural pluwpluite-not only uplie| plant food in form immediate. :,v Available I ,
perhaps one reason for sandy soils n umli'r iiuxlcrn. im-lliiHit ir rullw.ition, but la of urh permanent character us will give i...'r. awed
having heretofore produced better I fertility through a J period of yvura.

brush is that such laud is in good KiS8IMMEE P PRODIIGE O [ mwwm.i. The Brut cost i. loss than that of ordinary. fertilize, the rlTc-rU:( on the crop to which applied;

condition for culture more of the time are an nu'i."LI.I1I'h"' .lIh..q..nt benefit much. Bn-ntrr. Its use. forjK-vrrnl nm.on*
in IWU-IUIOQ. will build up the soil in a way thai can never be dune by urtifii.iul fortillzvra.NtlwMwn .
than other soils. Here in Florida the
.. hai the. approval of m i<-ntut* and agricultural "xp"'rirn'nt.IAliuM.
woods of
flat or sandy land would be in an organization FARMER in the Kissimmee t
It bin been / and .
fully Hiilinfailonlv tried out i-i the expx-rient-n ,,f \uicmful\.
J
good condition without fall plowing, section that intends to establish CO-OPERATIVE farmers and.. fruit.. prowrrn.e' have tlioet'iLle'DLeOr i liar truth of all\ our

as in 'the North. However, new soils BUYING CO-OPERATIVE CROP PLANTING ; J.- c l.i i mi fur it. Let.IM. provi to 'out'tlxrt you need NabrMwn-your I '
', in Florida should be treated to get v name on a |>u..tal will bring the la 'la. ,
and CO-OPERATIVE CROP MARKETING
the best results. Sorghum, milo and for its
" '
knffir should not be grown in the members. Lakeland Phosphate Company 1***C* "

neighborhood of the broom corn field i I'I'' Any Caucasian farmer is welcome to member- &*B&S;

otherwise f Cram] ATCIMWLakeland. .' v they may produce crossed ship. Dues only $2 a year. Meets biweekly. tw+.r h

r w or hybridized seed. To secure fineness j Every week this page of the Kissimmee Valley Florida w
s 4 of brush 2 pounds of seed'to the %% &
Gazette will publish and V*
acre must be planted. This will give a .news announcements per- sslisZtXlf.

( plant for every 3. inches in the row, taining to the Kissimmee Produce Growers. ,

"" when the rows are 34 feet apart. Next meeting tomorrow (January 29)) at 9:30 ,

Care should be taken to see that the A. M. in the Kissimmee Town Council's hall. Vis .

: ; seed is distributed evenly in the row, itors welcome. % "
f' ,. .
as when plants are far apart they will
MEMBERS TAKE NOTICE that this
far, produce-a brush that is heavy, but meetingwill

: rfhe quality will not be good, say if 12 transact some VERY important business--relative / (

. tche..,'apart. A too great a mixture to subscribing to the Chicago" Produce Reporter /T/7/\I \ ij'

I. ,o 't'Iturle' and fine will be the result e Service.- , ..

i, The earliest, cultivating can be accomplished S. 71 Pansier, President. l
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PACE 4' THE I.I5SIMMEE" .VA'tLhT GAZETTE r f JANUARYll9ieR :. .


1 Kissimmee. j 1 1 Gazette 1 toy, is being. entered better service.i "being secured and honest. In the main he doe* this,' but, unfortunately '+flU.. 00 0-0'0-00 00 0 4 UOH O>H ;00 O O 000 OOOUO'O..U.U." ...

i The Valley :.from the transportation interests, the 'green frUit' for him and perhaps for others his idea 1'

J I shipment nightmare seems to have been dispelled. of what is good and true and;! honest doesn't always SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE .,

I-.fcll.kr4 tSvrrr Rrlda7.Ofae. 1 I method of cultivating packing and 'shipping areI I harmonize with that, of -a good'many men and women I I. :
.\' !. Vail? 0....<." llulldlKK, H/.t..... ,. 'being I improved and better conditions rule in every to ''whom he is called upon to talk daily. He AND OSCEOLA COUNTY. : i,,

\', department of the great i industry. !has his opinions and convictions and if he i il the .. 1,
w. B. nAiuti AND n. a. VANS AGXKW; Oraers.E. I x. . . . . . .
Edgar A. :Wright'editor ol the Florida Grower, right kind of an editor, he has the courage to ex - -'"- - - - - - ------- .i
... 'P4 SThe ,
B. 3VAUGI.K. .Edftor, IHKmmftr: and one of the best friends the Florida citrus men I press them and stand unswervingly by them. But '' '

SvfcccrlptloB R.<..l haye, made this brief but pleasingstatement to however sincere he may be, and however sure that Kissimmee Valley Gazette says tion 'recently--Jacksonville'' : . Metropo, .';

On Copy, On. Year .._._....__?_?_.-_.._..___ '1,50 The,Times on this subject: he is tight,there is always someone, and some times the political bee la buzzing,in Osceola, lis. ,
.. ..__..._______...... -+-
One Copy. Six Mo-nth The'whole state to be a buzzery
-- 1,070. seems 1>
Vne Copy. Three Month'.??............?._, "To enumerate the victories gained by past and more than one. among his readers, 'who is convinced 00 he'boai'd of countycommissionersof I
s "- present< officials of the citrus exchange would require beyond a reasonable doubt that'he is,& lost sheet Just, at .present.-;; MacClenny St.al1d- 'Osceola county has just Issued avery .J

r' I! All eommunlcntleni, except from 'our nuthorlmeorreipondentH a great deal of time, and space' and /such an straying among the moonlit hills of ignorance,*and ard. attractive GO-page booklet pic-

r' 1 .. ..Rejected. mailer, must will be not stoned be returned bythe writer amen, -called I enumeration, jsn't'at all necessary for the achievements .i I is, therefore' contemptible and pitiable mutton.. -- booklet, taring: the development and ,resources I'
of
f We in ,
a
of these faithful men' known throughout head. are receipt booklet Is' illus n'1trated I ,
for. are, of ,that county. The :
1 I Florida.: Never have such pleasing'conditions ruled. "That editor who deals fairly and squarely will descriptive of Klssimrnee, Fla., arid I by numerous field, garden,

' .t'I M(.Knte.-rd econd-claci, 'I In the mailer.PoRtofflco;* ,In -Kissimmee. Florida, in the citrus industry in Florida.:'and these conditions .I human weaknesses, who believes 'that the good in Oocoola county.Th booklet Was ,.I grove, rural, water and street scenes, '

r* i are but a foretaste of "those that will 'prevail, the world overbalances the evil, who depends upon paid for by the rounty commissioners which alone constitute' "-effectiveadvertfsing. .

'/ f i FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1916. . I IIf under effective business management, in the future. I truth and justice to carry him forward in his work, I and Is rotten out in nice shape' and is I The scope |' of the publl/

r "Prices have been good indeed for dime time who defends the home against sinful invasion, who a credit to both the c.pmniis'sioner? cation ,covers the entire county with ..

If Bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga! i and t thanks to the advertising and markelingimeth I goes about, his daily task with 'no malice or envy and the! publishers.-Crystal! River out favoritism to any special section, N

) ods of the exchange the demand for Florida fruitis in his heart, who holds fact higher than fiction : News.:0" thus ifferlnlr,-from most of the -advertising

; -- increasing daily. New marketing territory i is I may .not stir up at much trouble as his (fireeal.injbrother :_ booklets now being Issued. ;.

l YeS; you read the'_same_tiling, last week. being rapidly annexed, and thpusands of peopl but he will have the satisfaction, kno'w- 1 We )have received from" the Kissim- Osceola county one of the pioneer 1.

' : : are now eating Florida fruit who have eaten nothing -!I ing that whatever trophies of the race he gather! mee Valley Gazette a "copy of the counties in the state in officially advertising -
+ And you will -read it again next week and the< California fruit in former The' been I II new Osceola booklet, and a beauty it .
I I but ,years. exchange ; in, will have honestly won. I her resources through thecirculation ':
1 t week after. I I I believe, has charge of fully 50 per cent "There are no primroses along the path trod by J+ is! indeed. After looking it over, we \ of home newspapers to d".

,t, We stick-\\j- 'of the fruit now remaining on the trees which ,I the editor. His daily life is one of strenuous ,toil I II arc moro than ever desirous of attending II prospective homcs'eekers, and the

mean to to simple statement until means that even better prices should be secure ,I The "stud" it lakes him hours t to write is swallowed: I II the State Press Convention I booklet just published and now being '!,

: it becomes a reality. than those now in force. The fight in behalf of the''' by the greedy reader in the spate of a few minute! I which will be held in Kisfimirice this i distributed will no.doubt result] in ate 1

-: :- growers has been a hard one but) from now on I I'I -..if"it doesn't stick in his craw. He is a slave tc I spring and if we do-well, we will tell tracting" many more homonccker.R and ;'y)

Gee wouldn't it be great if it were as easy believe the saijing will be easier." . the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker you more about that fins: section later. i investors to that county, which dur- ,

d .to make good roads as it i is to talk good roads. I The Times has staunchly championed the ex- and a defenseless target for every Tom. Dick and I Meanwhile our thanks are due! to the ing the last few yours has! enjoyed a 1 1phenomenal i

change since the day of its organization, has nevewavered I Ilatry. who has an egg .to throw. When the editor Gazette for this foretaste of .KfatJmmec's g'1'owth.-Ft Pierce Tribune .", ,

The wages- of sin are seldom enough\ to pay lh; : in its fidelity and is indeed glad of its !Ibng i finishes his earthly career there is but one thing i chin ms.-Estcro lull pie. : t

bills, especially rn these days of the high. cost of held attitude. left for him and that is living. i --- l like this: Osoeola is to have a puhlif nursery One of the m'-l;;' nUr: :diva and, in- ('It
-: :- I for fruit" and 1 ornamental tree' One tcrcKtinif ilustrnted booklet-, \ which( we '.
DIAMONDS FOR A DAIRYIn Here lies what's left of a man I havu, seen issued in a long time is that'd
Quinine has advanced $2 an ounce. What I of the first uses' to which trees t from .
of Commih ion-
Who always thought he !knew sent out by the \I'ounl d P
next ? Why. even malaria will have ,a smile cbming I I) Every day and all the lime 1 this nurserytrill be put Will be to line ems of Osceola County n copy of s
when it reads of this. r a Florida newspaper there recently appeared. the, Dixie+ IIighvay.-Leeshueg: ('0111- which has b'cn received nt The 1Il'111'i'i'iI
the following advertisement,: What his fellow man should do. I nienial.Ciooil. I ocrat office. To bl"g'in'i h the booklet -
Wanted To trade diamond earrings for He pegged away along that line I ill n piece of nit and rppMihat -.i
;; ; hll'lIVhy'! hlicInu"cl"Y :
Mint
The old not a
saying has it that while there is life p
I ill he died of bronchial wheezes once (lo the artistic taste. On the
there is hope. Yes we should say that's true for milch cows. Box---m - ----- ---, And his fellow still along I in Ix>e county, where 1 we will, front 'ovl't') page I Is a likeness of themagnificent J
i man goes .
. all but the undertaker. Florida soon or later have fully one hundred (Osreola county courthorse : t
This advertisement caused the Manufacturer! Doing just as he darn pleases. I.miles of new- highway: to d k' orate tin and l the inside of the hook isinterextiirg 1;
-: : Record, published at Baltimore, and booster -: : leading< from cover to cover. ,;1,'
a great
I If Diogenes were alive today and seeking his the ney Fort Myers-Miami I'olld- I AH' the many advantages< of that ,,l1
for the South write follows
a I'' "honest man" he'd use' a flashlight instead of the to as : ADVERTISING AT FIVE CENTS AN INCH Ksti-ho Kajjle.: beautiful and fertile county are set '
+ old-fashioned lantern,.* Trading diamonds for dairy stock appeals to --C.- I forth in good style and in !good taste 't
the imagination eminently practical in words and in pictures. Osceola, has
as an move. Looks like lion. W. J. Scars isserving 'j
-" The St. Augustine Record complains that there l grown and prospered, because she advertised ,4\
Quite likely the mayhap recent immigrant
owner a the congresionnl district
' Florida
I -
A Florida barber he has known few in Florida selling advertising for the commissioners W''
some -
says never a are a papers space i ; years:
: I bald-headed from a northern seat of fashion and luxury, has become ,' .so well he's going to have no have subscribed' for and sent r" '
1 man to go insane. That isn't saying at five cents an inch. The Record cites the fact ;
; that they do not drive a lot of other decent citizens: I impressed with the great possibilities which that it knows this to be true since an advertising i' opposition in being re-elected. It's : out copies of the local papers telling' ,"
1 conditions in Florida present for profitable opera-I I rather to be wondered at when we sit of the possibilities in the growing of .;
crazy sometimes. I concluded concern offered that rate for advertising a certain vegetablesthe] raising of stock etc., '!
tions in dairying and has to strip herself back and think of how many 'were sl"ag..r
: and that afterward the advertisement I in that and the results have "
l : medicine, was courtty [
baubles and in work of value herself
of engage a to for the plum two years aJro.I been than had been for.
I Man named Blizzard is a candidate for the office i seen in some Florida paper. The Gazette is car- greater hoped
and the community.Here I I Senator J. N. Fog-arty, of Key West Were it not for the advertising the ;
of Justice of the Peace in Florida advertisement for such house but is
a county: rying an one
: of Osceola
is others who I great resources
a suggestion to possibly months prominently county .
some was
ago
"L If he is elected evil-doers who appear before him like herself have become surfeited with the joys and receiving its regular rate of twenty cents per inch I mentioned candidate would be as little known as are those ,
: as a possible
are of cold reception. Most advertisers amenable to of Suwannee Live Oak Dem v''
't I:r rC sure a therefor. are reason county.-
I possessions of the idle rich. Along with the move but little has been said in this connec- octal !
-: and although the advertising was offered to us at ,
trade diamonds for dairies include the
( to why not
It is said that the Turks total abstainers. ridiculous able ,
such to -
are some figure, we were secure
exchange of cats for chickens and poodle dogs for
There a good and sufficient why the business established rate simply by
I reason they pigs> I al our pre- .oOOOO O OOOOOO OOOOOOO
should be. ljust imagine a fellow coming home at 'senting an argument by letter.
1 Cats found scientists be
by.the
to prolific
are 11J
two jn the morning with a hundred wives wailing The Record editorial reads follows: '
t for him inside the door. culture beds and wide disseminators of 'diseasegerms I I as I STATE PRE COMMENTS t. )

; as destroyers of rats and mice they are Inefficient Who are the editors who accept advertising ...
-: :-
t t ; The Florida Farmer and Homeseeker and highly expensive, while their chief and I matter at the rate of five cents an inch? That there I oO published
favorite occupation is catching the song birds 6l f must be a, few such degenerates is proved by the columns froma should ,-
It' at St. Augustine monthly', prints on the cover < Today's mail: Seven start it, he should be allowed
i4 ;I. of its January issue a reproduction of a photograph page the country whereby they cause a loss to the fa/m I fact that occasionally we receive offers from various candidate for governor; one column I!|Ito have a monopoly of it, with too
4 truckers and fruit
t of a road near Kenansville Osceola county. Under ers growers amounting potentially concerns mostly patent medicine and animal curative from a candidate for United Statessenator i I probable effect of suffering from its
to tens of millions of dollars every year. So houses, to buy advertising at some such about full
t the picture it the following inscriptions: Well constructed space ; and miss. junk two force and effect.-Orlando Re'
s much has the become recognized nuisance in I l'0
cat wicked starvation rale. Every man of intelligence I
hard surfaced road through pine wood: pages. In our opinion the press a"entsfor porter-Star.
' t l land near Kenansville. Osceola county." some quarters* that a proposition has been seriouslyput I ought to know that such a rate represents a dead' state wide candidates are not --
? forth t to tax the tabbies out of existence sc loss to the publisher who accepts it. And then Ihe'' earning their salarlcs.-Clenrwater Of the candidates for gdvernor

- s -: :- that within a few years this would be a catless ethics of the situation ought to be taken into consideration there are three speakers and two who
What do Sun.
think of .
you a woman, or lady if you world. The pelts of these arch-marauders and can hardly) be so classed. ion'L. Farris -
para- too. When a representative body of --0--
prefer that term, who would Frank A. and
go to a prize-fight Woods Sydney J.
j where two half-naked men were battering 'each sites make excellent fur for many purposes and if editors and newspapermen generally, in conference $10 and Must! Enclose) Check Cutts will storm the ramparts and
\\I all the cats in the country could be stripped oftheir assembled decide a minimum display advertising furnish the forensic flourishes in the
other' faces for knockout whose sensibilities upon ----
a yet skins the wealth from that'' source, to1. say rate of fifteen cents an inch for the state ffr anouncementi gubernatorial\ forum while Frederick
delicate and refined that she The price political
had
were so 'a man M, Hudson and William V. Knott will
.f, arrested when :'he said ":"damn" in her presence, nothing of the cost of their up-keep and their newspapers, which' is the lowest rate at which such in the papers in DeSoto county is ton confine themselves- a line 'j k

'Woman!i has;always' bene a' mystery: to mere,man. destructive ,activities that would be saved, would, work can be well done with.any profits. it i.. to say dollars and the candidates will spare versational grace note and ofE;

tt 1 but such a combination makes the female of .theY if invested in chicken farms, add vastly to the use- the least' of it, unethical (for any individual l in the our feelings and possibly! their own by that will light with t 1

species even more unfathomable. ful productivity of the country and provide the business to accept! any less "rate, unless it should be enclosing check with 'order. .1I0w-:1ver., upon the' tympanum of the voter vs1'
Which will be the seductive
-: :- foundation lo many fortunes. As long as the United : under very special and exceptional circumstances, this is not a political paper and candidates t.. be seen. 'more" remains -

rr Some small voices are being raised in the States imports great quantities of eggs from countries -I perhaps unforseen by the body making and passing wil not hurt our feelings if they In the senatorial race Perry f!. ''s
countries for warring a"s far away as China and as long as the people the resolution governing the rates. Quite recently do not send! us their announcements. Wall will hold aloft the .statue ,t peace. They are immediate! of the South have to depend at all on chickens i had offer of this kind asking for arty and I bewilder> his opponent with i
1 treated with Iwe an a two-year Wauchula. Advocate. 'We knoit i il'l' '
vigorous hostility not only by the I 'a ji'ggiery'; of language in conv'!\'ing '
in from other sections it is desirablethat
shipped highly that
spokesmen"- of the governments, but the and contract with a horse liniment house at rates worth ten dollars! to carry u political to the people his ideas of gore; ''iinent !-
press
i' the people. But t these small voices will until the conservation of wealth for chicken farm figured out at five cents an inch. The offer was announcement for from three to six ''of. b" und for them Perry in. 'un orator .'

they swell into a voluminous chorus. There grow is investments in. the South should be strongly en- 'returned with the editor's opinion of it, couched jn months but some of our politicnl' as- I and 1 his! famous speech before tho '
a editors assembled ,
couraged. in Tampa a earage
S uncertain terms written across the card. Such I Ipl" think robbing them
limit the of x no ants we are
to possibility human suffering. When : upon the occasion of the te'parills ,
I How much is lavished the wholly useless lap
;' that limit has been reached in Europe !the monarchs on cheap skate would-be advertisers are disgrace to when we charge thtm. a r.\'e-Milton I carnival will lie preserved. in
I. will have to listen the dog of'the country it is impossible to estimate. It the profession and should be frozen out.: Gazette i many scrap books. Senator liryan
to voice of their subs
.1'' even is entirely safe however to put the sum at many . ', and (lo\'ernor'I'rammell will cut cards
jects. j ,, for honors effective talkers neither
millions of dollars annually, as any calculation as ,
-" based on the slightest observation would easily HEARST BANS LIQUOR 'ADS "Anything to heat Wilson. ,yell the I having it much one the other in this
The Ptfnta Gorda Herald reporter >i bemoaning hyphenates. Then these; same good,I regard: I. while Albeit W. Iilchrist being -
r. 'prO\ This into pigs would vastly increase ,
e
put -
money --:- in a class to himself will give a
his
fate. He thinks his town is the only American citizens give you n hulfhoul"s
one on
the supply o'f f hogs and thereby the output 'tilth Ashmore' "Talk to the Gills" '
on
Over half million dollars'worth of liquor and 4
earth where there is trouble in getting all the I a lecture on patriotism amid hu-
news. Household and with
of hams and bacon, and thus materially assist in J Cookiirg Recipes
11 He says: I medical advertising<<: was dropped from the news-. manity. It is indeed a very good thing a brief chalk talk Advice to the
of The total loss of
solving problems living. investment
I ''
No town of the same size in the knqn world papers of William. R. Hearst" last week. that President Wilson is. not popular Lovelorn

has more "know-nothings" in it than Punta Gorja. in poodles and their up-keep would thus Taking the stand that the "public health, public at Berlin, Paris, Vienna, Lon.lon'or I We confidently predict that the ,
he turned into the expansion of a in- itinerary will be" a great success. It
' k:: '<' and the chief of them is The Herald reporter. dustry. And there are economic very advantages necessary that I morals and public righteousness demand a campaign Petrograd. In fact, the country I will l he .somewhat trying for the can
The is that the drink and evils Mr. Hearst doesn't want and the times do not demand I
reason nearly every one' of them (I would be gained. By detaching from dogs the affections against drug dictates perhaps but the people will
/ imagines that The Herald scribe knows everything I issued .the following order: an executive who is! hobnobbingwith > enjoy it, and the candidates themselves -
I of spinsters and the (fruitlessly! married "
will be the better" for the ex
and that therefore no one need' tell him anything., I the homeless child might' come in for greater consideration "I wish all our papers to reject all whiskey ad- the heads of European nations.! ,I perience.-Ortando 1 Reporter-Star.
The result is that, week, items of local interestare By putting himself' on the same planeus
every ',: and the lavishment of affection and sentimentto vertising of whatever kind and all advertising of any
not mentioned in these columns, and it is not the a degree unknown. Also the time now ardent liquors and alf advertising of any medicinal the reigning: heads of Europe I That $<;(oon) ,()
fault of the reporter. given by some city men to the 'valeting' poodles preparation containing alcohol or opiates in habit- President Wilson might become quite annually in America for music i.s the
: : :--- ,, popular in that overheated! could l he drafted into other occupations to decided Forming quantities. of Musical Clubs.

1 CITRUS EXCHANGE MAKES GOOD advantage, say that of swineherd, for instance I "Furthermore. I do not think that passive opposition military, industrial aprehension anarchy, governmentalterror and individual I :
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-'- from-the ranks of whom even kings have sprung in to such great evils as the drink habit and the The lakes. of oil in the western oilfields
Sentinel.
Success is crowning the efforts of the Florida limes not very long past. By all means, ,while'lhe I drug habit is sufficient for forces as powerful and as deRpuir.-Orlando prove death traps to the ducks

Citrus Exchange and especially is this true in O ce- trading is going on, let us part with the poodlesand I'vital in the cpmmunity as our newspapers. The Pensacola Journal has a brief I which light that on it them in", water.under The the birds impression .

ola cpunty. As announced last week in the Valley put the money into pigs. ,"I think our papers have more active duties and but very timely editorial on the lines I rarely escape.

Gazette, the Kissimmee Citrus Growers Association A wide field of suggestive, economic effort-is more" positive responsibilities. I think they should of keeping the next campaign clean ; The Peruvian congress has authorized -

,", has been forced to lease a second packing house to opened up by this line of thought. Not only might campaign for system of sumptuary laws: keeping it free from personalities- 1 the construction of a railroad

care for the additional fruit placed in its hands i there be a profitable swap in securing dairy cattle "Firsl- prohibit the sale of injurious and The Journal would have it so expressly from in the that present country most to easterly-the head terminus of-

by new members. In fact, so many new members I (for diamonds, chickens for cats and pigs for pups, habit-forming drugs except by the state and upon for the effect that the- oppositekind navigation on the Amazon river.

have come into the organization here that many of/ but l the elimination of many other luxuries and investments the prescriptions of regular physicians. of campaign has on the interestsof a

+' thoje who are now seeking, membership will be in necessities would be of vast advantageto Second-To prevent the sale of alcoholic beverages the state both among visitors and The Canadian government proposes

forced; to wait until next year because the associa-. the country at this rime. except where the proportion of alcohol is fix- those not in the state who read aboutit. to continue the operation of the National
from
Transcontinental'
tion cannot handle more, fruit. Let the good work go on, and on. ed at some acknowledgedly innocuous proportion. There is no condition which de- Moncton to Winnipeg as. Railway a part-of the ,
This is a healthy sign and one that indicates '
"Third-To make the taking or administering or mands'a campaign exchange of personal government railway system.
.. continued success for the organization. In this AN EDITOR'S TROUBLES prescribing of alcohol! or opiates in habit-forming ] abuse between the candidates. When James-Kinkaid.--- -
Who operatesa
connection the Tampa Times says : : : I quantities a criminal offense, from the penalties of'which The only issue that could be broughtout ]large farm in Hurffville N. J., returned ,-
The Florida Citrus Exchange after a long antf r That an editor's life is i one endless'round of regular physicians shall in no way be ex- to call for the indulgence of such from the Philadelphia markets I.

d gruelling fight against the many agencies that are I pleasure without labor without trouble and without empt." language wouldbe personal Issues- and figured out his returns from a '

4 inimical to the citrus fruit growers of Florida is I worry is the opinion of many persons in other linesof "The campaign against the drink evil and the issues between the candidates! in two-horse beets. he ,found wagon that load he of had lettuce just and,11

;P reaping a deserved reward of success now very I f endeavor. But the men who are seeking a livelihood drug evil is a matter of public health of public which the public is not essentially in- cents profit after all expenses were r

evident and The Times considers that the growers as editors think diff rent. Here's what one morals and of public righteousness which it is the terested-and these should be debar '

owe a debt of gratitude to every man, living or of f them has written on the subject of the "joys" duty of our papers actively and aggressively to pro- red. It is timely that the newspapers paid.A '.
dead who has waged war in their behalf.In canning factory at Sodus N. Y-
that beset the editor in his everyday life: f mote. give and the candidates heed a warning has been chen
experimenting with
the face, of opposition and adversity including "The editor occupies ''a peculiar position in the The daily circulation of the Hearst newspapersi of this/ kind; after the campaignhas pits this season. The. pits nre'1Ws V. u

attack from some growers the exchange official community where his lines are cast. It is unlike I ( by the order is about" 3750000. Hereto- started and possibly pitched upon dried 'and then crushed in preparation ' ; f .

l have won' victory after victory and these hard- hat of any other which has to do with the making fore these newspapers have carried a. hot campaign such a plane it will be difficult to for a process which 'extracts the'

a won' victories are now bringing dollar to the pocket and unmaking of individual and collective fortunes.He I editorially against the drink and drug evils but change it. The best thing to do is to tained flavor of is the used kernels.to give Trie-extract flavor to the ob. ... I

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far this season. It is necessary to Suelke is Interested ni Narcoossee and :lous country, but".a .descendant, hailing MANY SEC MIRACLES

1' also use the Dundee hotel for sleeping contemplates' building a bungalow on from Frost.Proof, Fla. *Fish and

'i St: Cloud Department accommodations in addition, East Lake Tohopekaliga. Mr. Hazel- game of all sorts constituted the'lun .wt, IN GEORGIA

a .number were quartered In' homes hurst and Mr. Suelke are residents' of cheon. J j'I I .

,#, here. It is stated that all but one Cape May N.J., the queen of all ra- 1. .Sufferer Rescued Swiftly After; Hope

man bought and he took an option on sorts of the Jersey coast. 'The latter, ADVERTISED LETTERS .Had Faded and Lour Treitments #

NEWS :AND NOTES. OF THE "WONDER"CITr' FROM OUR-OWN- a large tract of land east of town. county chairman of .the Democratic Advertised list for the two. 'weeks ) Failed. '

SPECIAL:CORRESPONDENT' The watermelon growers here'have Executive Committee, and political ending Feb. 7, 1916: Sufferers all over the state of Geor*
gi have found ready deliverance
already planted their melons for thij friend of President Wilson having Bass, Mrs. A. W.;; bass Mrs. Adaj; from a the ills of stomach a troubles peculiarly ,
-.LfK season. The acreage.will be:. smaller been .delegate for' Mr. Wilson for Brown Joe. Harris Jet common in the south.
Hensley
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.Miss 'Aida Bleech died at her' home Newcomera>/Introduced.B. than last year:and the year before governor of the state and an alter- W. S. Hitch, Edward Haiisen Remarkable stories of health regained -
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t1 ; rt. in'St.. Cloud Monday night .January F. Bowlsby, Co. A., 39th low. as the growers did not receive'satis- nate at the convention in Baltimore C. Jelks Miss : Jackson, are told by hundreds who have
; Rosarleo
ff f*, 17th, at 9 p. m., after a long illness. and his wife, came 'from "Winterset t. factory prices whjn Mr. Wilson nominated' ,for used Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It 1h
although they produced was -
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Rev. J J. first
t said this soldiers' ; King.PaoPeII; ; Knight, it a remedy with record. The
f The funeral services were held Sun- Iowa wa a paradise. -
9 j 1 early and excellent melons.A the presidency. Miss Lucia; Mime Geo.; Morris, M.: dose is always proof to'any stomach
v day afternoon at 2 o'clock from the 1 all Hotel. sufferer who tries it.. It is quick.'
> map II I being made locating Arrivals at Runnymede Ross, C. Y. Mr..Smith Mabbctte
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1' Methodist church. services were con- Rev. A.. L. Brand, Of Naples, Nv Y.." the citrus groves set in the vicinity of! Mr. and Mrs.. Harry McK. Hazel. Taylor, Artie; Youmans R. B.I' Here are what two users say: ;'

ladies t came on his first visit And said things; Lake I Hamilton by H. R, Mosnat, sec hurst Cape May, N. J.; Frank Reeves, B. B. Simpson; P. M. REV. J. POWELL Statesboro. Ga.'
about in' -"I just escaped the table.
been
: had not exaggerated us This J. Mr. and Mrs. Adam operating
retary of the .board of trade. Cape May. N. ; I wouldbe
Now I what I /
eat
can pleaw.
1 will be missed by a large circle of the Wonder City. He.was a member: shows including this year's planting Suelke, Cape May. N. J.; Master Sensitive glad if everybody suffering with

.. friends and the parents, brothers and of the -60th. New York and the 1st Pa about three, thousand acres alreadyset Adam B. Suelke Cape t May N. J.; Evidently. that young man I met stomach trouble could learn of your

J.: t- sisters have the sympathy of all In Cav. here and the town.is hardly three Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Lockwood, Cos at tour party does not know who I remedy." 4 !
Co. D. 113 Ill. and' am, remarked Mrr Cumrox to his SALISTA THOMAS 55 La Franc
their bereavement W. L. Skeels. yee'r old. This is an average of Cob, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Chai. Goul- wife. .
G..I have taken
St.; Atlanta your;
Mrs: Scriber died at her home on wife; J. P. Barber Co.F. 14th Vt about 1,000 acres a' year, and there is den, Stamford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.J. "What makes you think so?"- remedy five weeks. It has done me "

Thursday'night, January 20th after Vol.; and wife came from Iowa. Said room hero for four or five times the Edward Kraus and family Indianapolis "If he appreciated; the extent of my much good. I feel like I hardly know

a short illness.. ,. Funeral services were he never saw so many vet before.and acreage alr'eady' out Iiy i.] ; Karl A. SP.elke.? Phila.; financial influence he would have my strength-my appetite is fine." ':
laughed .at jokes instead of Wonderful rives "
held at 11 o'clock in never expected to see so many again Miss Paul Phila'. Mrs. Chas.S. my my Mayr's Remedy
Sunday, morning 'I' -- Beyetti ; grammar. permanent results for stomach liver !
the Baptist bhurch. She leaves a husband until he gets to- heaven. OOOO O OOOOtO. O .O Belz, Phila.; Mr. and Mrs. J. D." and intestinal ailments. Eat as much io
to mourn her loss. Henry H. Fisher, of Co. A., 12911 000" 4 Clark Kissimmee; Wm. Mason 'Campbell Poor Thing! and whatever you like. No more distress

III., came from Yukon, Mo., and was 4 UNION CENTER v Canada Miss Madeline Hill. There was a girl in our town after eating, pressure of gas in
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Hart died morning at r .
Mr. Monday
glad to see so many of the boys. 000' 4r And she was awful slack; the stomach and'around the heart. '
1 o'clock. Funeral was'held from the Co. G 32nd Ohiocame oOoOO.O O OOOO. Narcoossee; Miss E. Dickinson, Lake She never owned a pair of shoes Get one bottle of your druggist now ",
James Peterson at
Methodist church Tuesday at 2 p. m.;. I Helen, were all 'entertained the That buttoned in I the back. and try it on an absolute guarantee
Paul" Geerdes arrived from Moore- .
from Pleasant Valley and glad '
interment in Mount Peace cemetery. Runnymede hotel by Clair Buckley if.not satisfactory money will be re
he came to such a pleasant place.V. land, Okla., Thursday and is visitinghis Narcoossee The Timorous Kind. funded.
the of the
He leaves a wife, daughter and brother superintendent "Biffkins doesn't seem to hav
F. 2nd 111. Light brother John Geerdes, and wife. '
Lowers, Cp. : "
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Land Co.Morning much
his loss. pluck.
to mourn Many of the women engaged in iC
Art., 'Came from Dennison, Iowa, and Iva Niawonger visited her parentsat "Certainly not." '
Pictures at the Runnymede. dustry in England have donned mas- "
'Mrs. Weeks of Narcoossee, was in "
and Sun-
likes us very much. There was a few Shingle Creek Saturday 1'00; ? culine
garb.
F our city shopping on Monday. minutes time left and quite a few day. Adam"' Suelke, of Philadelpha, entertained "He's the kind of a man who gets ..- -. i
the of the Runny- on the other side of the table to havean
Walter Arrowsmith and Floyd Mo- comrades made enthusiastic remarks Bessie Lawson Bpent the week-end guests argument with his wife." To Drive Out Malaria .
sher attended the minstrels at Kis- Several talks were made in praise of: with home folks. Shcj returned to mede Monday last with a moving picture And Build Up The System .'
qf the Philadelphia Mummers, or Knew the Sex. Take the Old Standard GROVB'3
simmee on Thursday evening last our home paper, the St. Cloud Tri Pine Castle Sunday evening.
J Shooters He (at the theater-This is TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
better known as the: New Year play
f f Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham, .I bane, and Comrades Kenney, Beau Nellie Wetheibee will lead the l in the cityof calculated to appeal to women. I what you are taking, as the formula is
annual
r of Iowa lire new comers he're and are champ and others made an earnest Christian Endeavor service next Sun- an pageant She-Why do you think soT ', printed on every label, showing it is ,:

G !stopping at the Arrow-wood on Pennsylvania plea for the citizens support the corning day nifrht. The topic is Great Foreign Brotherly Love, that excells the He--The plot IS full of flaws and Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
Missions.I Mardi Gras.After nothing delights a wom_n more thanan The Quinine drives out malaria, th.
I avenue. year.I'rogrnm the pictures an impromptu opportunity to pick them. Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
k Mr. and Mrs. George S. Williams .in charge of Comrade C. Lessie Have visited her mother I ,

Violin solo, Comrad ,dance took place. -. -,--- -- --- -- -- ..'
who have been spending the pust.fewf E.; S. Cooper. Saturday and Sunday
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weeks here have gone to Orlando for I Burch Edith Huriod, at the piano. I Mrs. :Meyers culled on :Mrs. A. D. Camp I Life onI Mile Canal. "" "' "
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the lemamdcr of the winter. I oldie; Groves; recited nicely "Th Story Wednesday uftC' 'noo.n. The guests of the Runnymedo were I > ) > '" j I

:'ollVhite., the duector of the play Right Place at Last. Sho had 10 I Mr. and :Mrs. C. :M. Smith Kvejtt nil ,'entertained at the camp of Wm. .

"Cupid at College! ," which was given give another in answer to applause. I and Evelyn Smith motored to Orlando Clifford W. Uruns, on-Saturday last. t

here home time ago is here again and Song by the choir, "Hoys of '1)1";; applause I Tuesday I The! party a large one were conveyed -

will organize, another phi)'. I and sang nnotl.er. Recitation [ Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Lonjteneckcr in the autos of :Mr Lockwood, Mi.Suilke '. WHAT IS THE COST? ,

:Mi. and :Mi>.. t". K. Hendrix, Mrs. "The Mairii'il: Man," by ComindiSpauhliii e entertained, about Unity of their and Mr. Klaus. An elegant repast 1

]Mane Page, Misi I Ed la I. Epple lr.1 r, called hack and sang a friends at their home in Kissimmee i was prepal'ed.y l Chef Columbus .

Henry Epple, and Mr.I Stewart picnicked ; song. Conuade Hutch sang a patriotic I Saturday night Everyone had u most not the one who dis<'o\'t.red this. glor- Before signing an agreement orgoing ,

at :Mr. Coleman'i, ,east of town ui,'. enjoyable time. Delicious refreshments 1- into it is
an enterprise, well to
on Tuesday. A pleasant day: is report 'I Reading, "The Jmcrs," Mrs. Aus of ice cream and wafers were 1i Y

:?d l by all. huugh. ;Mis. Woodbury recited nicely served: by the hostess whd -was as- |i NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD calculatte the cost. Look .ahead-plan +

The.iminer Sisters" will give a I closed by singing "The Star Spangled sisted by Mrs. Rosier Lnws<>n. well for the, future. Start An account '

conceit in the M. E. church Friday Banner." Iva Nlswonger and Lonnie Hughey Expels scrofulous humors from the v.

evening, January 28th. Come and en- The hall was" filled to overflowing were 'the guests of C. II. Funk and I blood, which cause constipation, ma- with us. ,

'...., joy a musical -treat. Admission 25 again many standing in the aisles! wife one evening last week. The r laria, rheumatism sores, ulcers pim 4 per cent interest paid on savings s
cents and looking on" from the outside, time was pleasantly spent playing ples, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy i.

1\1 The Seminole pharmacy is moving while many who came late and saw rook. *. on a guarantee to satisfy. accounts. _, ;,wt

into the Conn building on Pennsylvania the congested condition went away Bessie Lawson and Evelyn Smith t

avenue. rather than stand on their feet for ar were the guests of Rosier Lawson and -'--- a

B. F. Rails is the proud owner of hour or more. This shows these meetings wife Saturday night at supper. -

a new Maxwell car. I are enjoyed by thosel who attend Brother Austin and daughter, Miss :
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Mrs. E. O. Mitzel and friend, of Adjourned to meet Saturday Janu Minnie, were entertained at the J. G. Contra 1r 1 ,

I Narcoossee, were shopping in.our. ary, ;29. Harvey home Snuday.Mrs. .

[ city on Thursday. G. B. Lawson Mrs. Harvey "
SUPERIOR SERVICE
COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Mrs. J. H. Ferguson entertained the oootO.OOtOO oootot Blanche Lawson and Ruth. Harvey ,
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! 500 club on Thursday evening. o. LAKE HAMILTON < called on Mrs. Sam Barber Tuesday

r Mrs. Alice McGill, who has not afternoon. ,
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',: .. I on Monday for treatment andII Sunday services were well attended. ANGLES
'Nebraska I :
', and Mrs. Dennison of Smith with ARTHUR E. DONCA/f' JOHN R. BRONSON
Evelyn Saturday
: rest. : spent \
l their lot ad. and All Shapes.
here to build on '
c Mr.. and Mrs. R. O.;,Jones entertain.! are Longene ker. : : fWt Cliff
];"\\ki:'ds.!' '.:e:e da few'lrie"ds on'Tuesday'in'. honor joining)'Dr..Ross', place, just north".' oi. ';.Floyd .Tison.,wife and r children,and ," TRUSSRODS L, J. K, HILLIARD, A. W. GUSTUS

of Mr. Jones' 77th birthday. Mr. Alloway's'residence. three friends ,whose names we did ..... L"IDtJI. .
Dr. Wm. J. Martin, of Kokomo,, .
Henry Epple was presented with a not learn, called at the G. B. Lawson
his wife and two childrenare o
bouquet of roses for his birthday Tent last of Ind.,here and visiting at the Martin home,, I home Sunday afternoon. STAYBOLTS :::::: :: ; ::: ,"n",,,,,,:!'P'.,"',',,','',''
week from the Betsy Rose I Lloyd Harvey and Blanche Eaton I
the Daughters of Veterans, from Boston -' and loking after their young grove !were Sunday visitors- this commun- fl' : IRONWORK

Mass. I' here. The doctor has just bought slot I ity.' r1ir of All Kinds. -

Mr. and "Mrs. O. S. Watts left Wed- in town and will b.uild later. W. J. Barber called on C. M. Smith ,
I Mr. E. R. Anderson, banker of Ko- I IIIlI I BOILERPLATE
'\ nesday morning for their old home in Sunday afternoon. :
: komo, Ind., is here visiting friends., I
Kentucky. 1111 I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I
and
Association He has just bought a lot in town II
Veterans I >-
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The Veterans] Association was called will build later. .:- pA TANKSTEEL v
W. J. Richards are
Mrs
and
Mr. RUNNYMEDE' *
President Kenney at 2
to order by
Saturday, January 22, 1015. spending a few days in Lakeland,, S er44oooy STRUCTURAL
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p. .
fifteen friends of their
where about ; FURNITUREWE ?
the audience.
America was! sung by .
from their old home in Rockport,, .
Rev. Northrup offered an earnest the winter. Mr., Mr. and Mrs. Adam Suelke, guests FIRE .
prayer. Ind., are spending of the Hotel Runnymede, together ESCAPES
Richards will also go to Bartow on with Mr. and Mrs.
Song by the choir, Wake Nicodemus. Harry McK. Hazel-
The minutes of the last session school business, as he is the local I hurst, motored from Philadelphia, Pa., HARD

were read and approved. school director. r to Runnymede, where they are now WOODS. HAVE IT v
the
Martin has reopened
A motion was made that the association Mr. U. S. i enjoying a good rest, preparatory to CompetentForce
closed tem-
meet hereafter at 1:30: instead bakery here, which was a visit along the East Coast. Mr. of Work. 1
11.. porarily for a short time while he was I .
of 2 motion lost. -
; Lake men for Road
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A food sale,given by the W. C. T. getting the new bakery I 6 Work. 1
announced for Friday, Jan. Wales in good running order. (JHICHESTER!=; S PILLS
U. was The election district was established M IIRAKI A la connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete
28th at 1:3.0 p. rrt. I.../I..' A.k y \ fine of furniture. We make of home and
hthe board of county commissioners < hi-rkrtr*1I.wn.Jfle.,4IPaI. / <\* a specialty. oatfittiaf ,
The choir announced the funeral of i '.In .... amt ".Id .....llc\V/, .
last week with Lake Hamilton .ho.... ,.*l led with Rlti, kU .... \/ Kaadle. reliable
. 't''Mrs.\ Scriber from the Baptist church No. aM r.::. ":ihrr; aol f>.f IIM..TF.au! v
and is A.k//'I11.1
the polling, place,
at 11.a. m., Sunday, Jan. 23rd. as lfUW'D: IIKASU I'll.I.H,l,.,*&
31. The boundaries are the north Il? t.bafe t.AI .artKell . Bed Room Furniture {
of the St. Cloud I" Dining
1 The promoters line of township twenty-eight about Ito 6V DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ,

chautauqua Karris' office were Monday asked, to Jon.meet 24th at Dr.at half way l between Lake Hamilton and Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Par .'

Hames City, and east to about four t
2 p. m. Mrs. Livermore asked the of Lakes Marion and lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
east
members of the W. R. C. to meet at miles e ,
Capt. Scriber's house and march to Pierce; the south boundary is one mile Couches Etc.
and" the west line
south of Dundee .
the Baptist church in a body in honor
about two miles west of Dundee running -
of Mrs. Scriber next Sunday. _
The dis-
thru Lake Hamilton.
This tore if making record for itself in the matter of
LrictT comprises all of township twentyeight tlighsr in Price-Sometimes a

10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR I in range twenty even and helping people to outfit home Come and see. Our price are

I LIVER AND BOWELS ,' township twenty-eight In range twen- right ..+ -

,r, -- 'I ty-eight. It goes within six miles! ofof 1111 ..- ,

Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, the east line of Polk county.

; Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad I Mr. W. J. Richards has demon- RESULTS TELL. Ask. any customer about TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS

strated that this high, sandy land will FAVORITE FERTILIZERSThey j
( Breath-Candy Cathartic.No ,
produce splendid gardens. In his gar-

odds how bad your liver stomach I len, without irrigation, he produces know and can tesWy as to THEIR I No matter what kind of an Engine yea have-Gas, Steum,

bowels how much your head vegetables, including radishs QUALITY THEIR SOLUBILITY LASTING '
or ; splendid Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tools ye* '

aches, how miserable you are from turnips, cabbage tomatoes, eggplant QUALITIES: and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY ,I need in your everyday werk-Wrenches, Hammer, Oilers, etc,

constipation, indigestion, ,biliousnessand peppers, and head lettuce afoot A to I all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price that will
I FLORIDA SOILS
sluggish bowels-you always get in diameter. The vegetables
surprise yen. This store ha the reputation of ha. ing HIT
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with Cas carets. They imme- this high land are of extrafood
relief : on
;Town firm and Special Formula for AU Florida Crop' hardware that J* ef superior quality and you will Bake a mistake '
diately cleanse and regulate the atom i quality and unsuually
ach remove the sour, fermenting food I lolid. Mr. Richards is also trying WRitE FOR QUOTATIONS IH colD llr here NOW... LupectiBf our big iteck.
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and foul gases; take the excess bile I itrawbcrries rhubarb and other garden -
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from the liver and carry: oft the constipated products. Several here have AGRICULTURAL ,CHEMICALS, INSECTICIDES

waste matter and poison10cent planted 'romaine with good success. ,

box from your druggist will fir, Richards also has a splendid lot 1 Osceola Hardware Company

keep your, liver and bowels clean;; of roses.. *"--- Nvp INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER Co,

.stomach -awoetand head clear for The hotel here has been filled with Jacksonville pla. f s

months... ''They, work;wbils yon sleep..I &sV largest''party of.>home-seekers son -

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I ir : '" ., 10_ I'0 10"I. 01 0 I' 0101. . I H-C ,Committee on literature. -Mrs, J. ; '' 1 that articles, .for; shipment are for display .r-J N E. :

: M. Willson, Jr. $300.000 TO at. the fair. A number of other

Notes : At this time the president, Mrs, J. articles are needed" 'and those who To the Property Owner, '* of, Osceola "

..$ Society M. Willson 'Jr. 'in a neat little have anything{ 'leave County: i iH i . I
rit; :, speech FIGHT CANKER for display may H I,; will beat the following: named.'.. ..& -\
expressed her gratification at the progress the articles' in the vacant'atore room precincts on dates given below for .'

(Mattie Belle Harris, EdUor.) I : of this recently organized club, adjoining the Taylor Grocery on the purpose of. receiving tax returns i'

: and' suggested -sWeral lines) of work. (;Jon tin from page i Stewart avenue; or the owner may. of both real and personal property. "
) Precinct No. ,
Creek 2-
Shingle ;
Which might betaken confer with. Mr. Thomas Mr. Stan- .
up. or
Request it made to all patrons{ of the Valley!! Gazette. tend item A communication'from O. C. Pierce, supplied through the.( agricultural ford. Tuesday Campbell, January, Precinct 25th No.. S-i-Wednesday \

of Society Events to the Editor for publication in these'colum. .i', manager of the -Graystone, was read committee. > The committee is anxious' to, make January 26th.

extending the use of the hotel parlors lion. D. C. Gillett, president of the St: Cloud, Precinct No. 4-Thurs. -
. . . is good a display .as possible at the
- - - - - - - - - ... tW Fla. of day, January 27th.
OIOIO ..g.. .. IV ,Q< Q-I.g.'i: Ie to club at, any time.. The Courtesy Tampa, Board Trade, as :
.lqIO'OIOIOltIO' 5-Satur J
.and .the Precinct'No.
Tampa fair non-perishable, Crab' Grass, '' ,
1 WOODMEN CmCL'E Mrs n. L Overstreet, Mrs. H. IIfluff was unanimously( accepted and a vote, chairman of a committee representing portion of' this exhibit will be' taken I day, January 29th. "
of thanks was given Mr. Pierce the citrus fruit growers and businessinterests Whittier, Precinct: No. 6.-Monday,, ,
""'-- Mrs. H. N. Bralton, Mrs. It. D. also! the.Five CountY' Fair at Orlando
1 Two musical 1 number "Who of flvq states where citrus January 31st.Lokortee .
The members of the Woodmen Circle Guice, :Mrs.! J. J. Woodall} Miss Cor- I from February"lbth to 19th. INo. U :,
canker is prevalent has been wOI'klnltI, Precinct Tuesday -)
Knows, and "Mother Macree" were I F ...,
inns Gilbert Miss Ethel Gilbert Mrs. .,.
held'a regular business meetihgTues Another exhibit of perishable stuff February 1st. .
I
rendered Harold l zealously in presenting tho needs of '
Il ay, January 25, .at. the home of 11. i:. Bryan, Mrs. J. McPhatter, Mrs. by Smedal accompanied : tad live stock will be taken to the I 13assenger, Precinct No. 7Thurs'I
; the business John Heaves Mis. C. J. Woodall] and by Miss Lucy Buckles, and, 28,000 citrus growers to the federall1uthol'ities' ilando I I day, February 3rd.
Sovereign Joiner. After ) fair Arrangements for this
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:Miss Elizabeth Aultman The away in which he : ] Nnrcoossee, Precinct[ No. 8-Mon- ,,'1
i .' was' disposed of'a social i l hoer Wu..). 1rs.-' M. E. War lrg. The, club will gave a xhibit are also being made end it in '' day February 7th.
reading from B. O'Henry, which included conducted the campaign for these! interests : '' '.
' enjoyed by all present. .)Jchcioils refreshments meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. sketch of has won the enthusiastic commendation he hopo of those 'in charge that; the I j Keedy Creek, 1'1'jcinct No. 10..- rF''"
a his career duringthe '
of punch,cake and candy J. C. Griffin. ; 'atnotmn of Osccolu county peoplevirt I Tuesday/ Tcbrunry 8th. '
after noon' j of many members of Con- Kissiiiimoc 1'iecinct No. I All. .
served. * I he Jirouneii that there will be 1
so a I
were I St'HI'RISEMMRTY The'next meeting of this club will Igrcss:! and other federal officials who through March ... 1
-
*DINNER* IMUTY be held at (,he Hart: Memorial February -i| have hewn brought into, close touch !ne showing; at the Orlando fair, !'I WILLIAM I. HAKBER, :t
HHtTim.\ :
v his'wo-'k. which is neater, Ironic mid lllhe Tax Assessor Osceola County. 'I
I Misres" AdiigLouisf! Simpson and Violet J4th, and all who' are interested with ; At a most inopportune with 144tI'' ,t
I Dioie tiiMly leached articles -
ina'lY of its various depiuIntents time and under very adverse conditions many
are
Kenneth McPherson{ entci'tuinpd ) Hulloek entertained Satuidiiyoenmg that cannot be taken to the 1
Tuesday evening with a dinner party i ( at the home pf the latter on !im'itcd to attend. he sought hearings: before. the Tumpii fan i' Greek; wll1el1. geneiallj speaking '
nulhoiitjes huxe indix' lit ',
v federal! and in nil of these i iI no \
at the Golf Clpb in honor of the birtht Civic avenue with a -surprise! purtyf.r
'I kISSIMMIa:I,: l\ln.JC CLUB hearingspr's'ntcd: '' his case ,in such I .
the :Miss N'oima Griffin in honor of
t day of Harry Hunter. Clients for i I I
evening( were: Mr. and MI's. J. i P. :: h** Ijiithday.; The evening: wits very ''I.i fOI'<'l'ful and convincing manner
'I' The I{issimmee!' Clark Robert> I'UK, :Mrs A. ]I1. 1'mro pleasantly\ l'enL'I'layin' games ,011 lI1t1JIi11le !

and Senator Arthur E. Doneprun.( IVil-' ) '' the. lawn! Mainly refreshments ofpwleil was organized 1 : recently, held l its first given 'tho vailiest! possibla attention _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
,' ,lllte'wort' meeting; at the lJal.t1l'l11orilll: Mon- at the* bands of Congiesa Some of
lowing the dinner the party motored( l cake and l hot l'Ilo '

to Orlando! to attend the jiioiliutionof :scru'd. Tho c'J'' :MisscsM.ilul i day exening the most pi'eminent membeis of Con s

the o|>ein. "Hohrmian (jiil" On'"I"'I.) I (;1'1"iIL"I.t., loirlohnsiin I! A "Knife' alt.t1.111IH' scar present and ;ly I ,, have haul; that th? citi'us t.i i s

I. :Maigiuct Stanford Ellen | while the business/ I'null tic of this kr i i.inipiigii for' fcdciiil aid \\'n;

BIBLE:: ('i,.\s intiiri:: :: \h"til,, T01i 1i'entis<, KaUieiiiiein ( luli Lax. not been" s\ t'matlz'rJ as indli-d; 111, best of any publi'It\, /

1 yet. a .itnutixi) was i that has ooilie "b f(, ( 'uI-
( ', ( 'ainlim-! liipp.! Missis. IjanK' I I \ci\ piogi4iii ( inipaign t : ie

The mennlN'rs'of th<> Indies llil,lc lran 1:" Irflgni; !liiuin: henry! SIMII-! | n."I"I'"I. Thnil'\ ,ting was presided gii' in many .'('UI'S.TIll' .

class of the i'i'i. -hyl.1 1 mil StllliltN' tary. I'aul) 1'cuUi: I son> lie u 11'1', la\\ t user b\' Miss: M\I i till.i! Heals] who annoumcd 1 high 1 e'sti'ein ill whit the' 111"111'

school oijuicd 1 n sou.il hour at the )ic-nce" ( '.ill link an,1,1:: Kllllmk, that the compose' to be I 1),.,is of. the loiida 1 delegation I ill l'n(

Hart :\'m! >
Januaiy :i 7. The 1 topic for Pony ,i.iOxt'i'"lit'i'l, Ko\ ('an" !', K.tinond duet "(.'Duntry/ Dance," bv that .UU-l(jl 1 during the time; citiu. <' Hike'ilegislation '

Bidcration was\ the women of the Bi. I'.c'iiidin, Uil) I'siix, :Mis II\lowar.rKlllz. 1 i compo' vas given by Miss I Louise was pending. At every:

ble. An iiileiestliiK paper was I'"url 1 g'unl'diulI11'1; <. H H. Simpson, : '1'ho ma,son and :Miss' :Minnie Rogers healing before, tile-! Secretary of Agritultine -

on this auUjeit, after which pltiisant :Mi., and Mis\ .lay LiMiigstonMOIIILRS ''A sketch of Nexin's' life was read by or (committees in tongie--8 For all the
and cntertaininic music was icndeiedTea :' g SL M I :Miss !.Maud Alice Wagner, followed by I! many members of Congress attendedand Family at

and cake were served. | : ,\X'\\) TEACH EnS CLUB a vocal solo "A Necklace of Love," spoke in favor of the Spaikman
, ..
.-,. rendered by Miss Alma Griffin. A lull under which these appiopriations SMITH'S SHOE STORE
I'FIRE GIRLS; '
IL gl CAM The !Mothers and Teachers Club vocal duet "Oh, That We TOQ Were I were sought -

held at socral session at the Hart Me Haying:," sung by Mrs. P. K. Weaver lion S. M Sparkman dean of the

I t Dr. Cobb entertained afternon the Campfire at the I mortal building last Friday afternoon and James Armstrong, completed the Florida delegation, introduced the bill SATURDAY JAN. 29th 1916 I
Girls last Saturday I
Those in the from :3 to 75 ,,'('Iock. Refreshmentswere I first part of the program The sec- asking Congress: to appropriate $4,- ,
Drug Store.
Corner served and the following program ond part was devoted to the study off I 000,000 to be placed at the disposal of
6i, party .\vere Misses Ada Louise Simpson rendered Edward McDowell and included a the United States Department of Agriculture One Day Only That You Can Buy at the

Violet Bullock, ] abet Overstreet, Songs by children in classes of Miss sketch of that composed by Mrs. W. J. to co-operate with the state Following Prices:
Grace Gilbert, Loisj/ Johnson, Mar- t I
Ellen Medora Russell and Miss Clark. Fripp; a vocal number "Midsummer authorities in the eradication of cit- '

garet Stanford, Mattie Stanford Katherine, How to Develop Business Success I Lullaby" (MacDowell) by Mrs P. K. rus canker. $5.00 values $4.00
Prentis
Totsle
4 Ansted, ,
M Waring.. I Weaver, and two selections by the
Carr, Carolyn Fripp.CHRISTIAN Solo-Mrs. C. L. Hyatt.A same author (a) "The Robin's Lingoin $4.50 $3.65

r'\vfc: *ENDEAVOR* Message to Garcia-Mrs. J. L. the Apple Tree," and (b) "Thy FAIR EXHIBITS "

i 4Li' Overstreet. Beaming Eyes" sung by Miss Marlea $4.00 $3.25

\i'' Misses Grace and Gussie Winn delightfully Tact or Commori Sense--Mrs. Mun- Bishop.A SOON BE READYContinued "
session ensued $3.50 $2.85
entertained the members ger. .. business during f

of the Christian Endeavor last! Friday Reading- Mrs. .Hyatt. which time a formal acceptance of / "

t" evening: at their home on Orlando Meaning of Manhood-Mrs. W B. the position of honorary president, by ( from Page 1)) $3/00 $2.50

t the evening "Conse Maklnson.Solo Mrs. James Caldwell, was read 'and
During
venue. and be obtained from Mr. Thom "
r quence" was played, which caused ->-Mias Alma Griffin. responded to by the acting president I may $2.50 $2.00Dou't
Alexander II. C. Stanford
M. D.
,
as, or
\t much merriment. A guessing contest Those present were; ldr R. M. Miss Beals. While this club in onlyin
I of the board of trade.
was enjoyed In which Mr; Chisholmwas Evans, Mrs. C. L. Hya Mrs. J. W. its ,infancy, it numbers about sixty president will free Miss This Getting High Grade
The ship
) I express cpmpany
I the lucky one. Delicious refreshments Chapman, Mrs. J. C. Griffin, Mrs. members. all vegetable displays in packages of Shoes at the Ridiculously Low

+ '... of hot chocolate and cakes were Mary E. Waring, Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, TUESDAY EVENING* PROGRAMThe not more than fifty pounds and all Prices Listed Above

aerved.i Mrs. W. L. Paulk, Miss Alma Griffin, of
citrus fruit displays in packages
I . Mrs. A. Cotterman, Mrs. W. J. Fripp, CHILDREN'S SHOES IN PROPORTION
CLUB HOUSE .. Hart Memorial building was not more than eighty pounds. All
DANCE AT Mrs. A. M. Chisholm Mrs. G. F. .
,
i of at the that is necessary to make shipmentsis Remember the Date You All
Parker; Mrs II. R. Clark, Mrs. G. filled to the last bit room Know the Place '

,: A very enjoyable '"subscriptiondance D. Boone, ,Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer, Mrs.J Tuesday evening reception and enter. to ",secure tho tags designating ONE DAY ONLY COME EARLY : ( '

i'" was given at ,the Golf Club: Hewins, Mrs.M*,, Manger,1; Paul! tainment;',which is, a', r gular/weekly ,
s : Tuesday night;; music being'furn.' rshed'II' (jA \ :. feature\ 'of.the::club: life of4Kissimmeel; SATURDAY JAN. 29th \ ,
Munger} Mrs?:W..$B.f Makinson.FMlss r | \\i':: ; !!'. atSMITH'S : 'j* : \\s
: l !
( musicians. visitors were much frM'xt ,
.
by troupe of traveling Emma Yowell, Miss Irene Ingram, The tourists, and ':' III MAGAUNI1 I 1.r ':
1' II"
Those who enjoyed the dancing were: in evidence and are showing interestin t . :
Mrs L II Ingram, Miss Elizabeth ,!' .. .
, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mr and !\Ies.C. I I Aultman, and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet.. those events. .".. I ''r..

L. Bandy, Miss Nan Alderman If. Y Among the visitors were: Mis SHOE STORE

Miss Leonora Richards, Miss X.ena DIESII\) ETEUT.ISSA :: : Young, of Louisville, Ky., who is n.1 ,, -

Alderman, Miss Geneese, of St; Cloud; great-great: nciee of Miss Emma F. Il
Paul !McKee W A. Morrlstoxvn N. J. and I : .._ ---
George, Gardner : laigp number of people enjoyedthe Campbell ( : ..
Smith J. K. Atwood, Russell Cole, social given by the Ladies Aid i the late Mrs Hail, who were donois I. I .

Max Kritz, MK. Erhardt and .W J. Soeiitv; of the Presbyterian> church of the site where the clubhouse n ,\xstanels e-

I. Steed. i 1I\t the: Halt "Memorial budding last! Mrs. Young brought! the :in- I IHIS COUPON WORTH 35CITO YOU

f nation that although :Miss : : j .
OUTIMi;, ; PAnTY I Friday night l A splendid p"iogiamj i ( ( 'a.1-[ Womej/ ell Why They I II

ly I ., !I"i \\ itndcud' 1 and ,refreshments, seivi 1 ,bell is HH( years'' old she is still .active- I I Love This Magazine ,. Special Introductory Sale

s I}' I \ A party of young people enyye(1Iw I el of her splendidIverse I I ." t? M!, s J'I I u.oll."v I \ i Mrs: ( some
duet"Polish Danee. nioi.e; .
1)111/1 '
I. Shingle creek last Friday ,,, ,,,"roe I"!" I 1 h.r "" Iniii) i" i
!. a trip up / and Miss during the past year I I.. M AIJ' I, uldr i Mi \ utwAde > SUPERBE'
I J. \\ Pipntix Rodgers "
.
,
I .. , .,
I i'd I I'l h uI .
evening They left town at five \ I l.ll1" M" u Ilia' MI I Ii I I I IVINI i T
,, .
) \ I Rpuilllllr--I'O"111 I "On the Tin'eshold"Miss The I I piogiam was as followsPmno : I I "l'I] ..14NI".II,1)d I, ,,,, I, I .
o'clock and went to Shingle ('n..k.they 1I I I Ind Ill> I?(1),01 i I nl sit." I 1Itchll
\ 'here cooked supper. After supper Aultman. I numliei'-:Miss homason I. ,1u,?. i 1'I i III I "I"|,,'> lily I ".."fnr.\,.d I a...Irul,.1 1 11*'' .,Ur...10"un'l' "II n.m,". '' FULL SIZE SOc BOX15c; ? : /
1' ong'-"LO\"K Sol low" and "June R..atHnJ-"Ti/"r Lily's Race" :Miss ui i, MM A J. if THAI "I (.'.tuiol flit -
tousled marshmallows and "in. a'I I .Muf It IIUUIM I In ""'." 'u"l* ,1 *("uih' NOT MORBTHAX TWO SOXIES TO AMY ONE PERSON
1 they Slumbot Song," Mis C' I L. HjattRjading Margaret' : Slan'I'ord.H'att. I > 1 1I ,"1 ..'i ,,,it,t>.. "IM r 'I I I hn" 1 nk.1. M..AH NM y' MADAME ClflLIEK rOUDUE1 SUPHBE1 U wonderfully dill Brent front
told stones around the fire. Those in 'I' I \",\/IM 1 ; K uu, 1 wtM. .tiiiiriu., 'I .1)l I myI -. , >( til when 11 aa Iliat f dint JingennK 1 f raKranca of dream pcwleiWa .
;Mis. accompanied I I I'NJI I r yrnrr' I".r. r m 1 d er n n?uI '
: the were. and Mrs, Hint 1 --- Ihe Legend of Kit! im- Song- II "I"1)"I.i a,1 t.u rv i...*,,1 I kr" i n% tsl 1 .. I 4ti? .Me H wul every wouiau to know ilaiudttucribable diuplinomn
party .
I' Ii.V.. :Miss Rodgers i i', i,,u, r I ,'I." I lc ani nn *, I 1 e.i mi't) or Light ( anoe, :Airs ? ,, .. ..I.I,, h1'AhiN' = LID
M riEE SAMPLE dDOITKHUl
Ir
I Hi.I COUfOHS AT
ton Mr. and Mrs. Overntrec't, chap- \ i i i h. rt"u'11 I DEQUEST OUR STOKE
I t I Boi'p.I i Reading-'The Bear Story," Miss I '11 I I li.. .K e1Y11> I I .Ilnlld.' ii..I .l,1" MHhiul' II" I9N NAMB AND AODRKBS AND "&.&NT COUPON AT ONCE
I crones. Misses Nina Ilrntton Ceteli.i i A Rer.t.n.d Fathto Aitborily; for 45 Year F
Ouida :Mulloy Song-"Sing\ a Song of Roses," I Violet Bullock. I Moft S.l>> rbn DIM ART Other FiJn. MacanMI _
Ruth. Clark -
1' ,' Overstreet Lilian, and Totsie I'rtntis, MabelOverstreet 'I :Mis. PI, entis.Song"Ireland I . SongsUilu (!itana' and, long( Ago, ." I"o.-,.".' It F,), in I ,I II I",.nnl'vur, \101 Al I ant:K I. (Ihu still! I..l I miiitmrt'li .1)l'1 1I _- Nume __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __- AddrosHOStT.OLY _ ___ __ _ n_
Mr, Biuenhofcr :Mr! :Marion li ('arson, with Mrs Carson I I 1 I1),it,. >Inn,in. ,1.,HhftmlOntr. '. 'n"' I Man 21." .
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"
( I. "I f Puna il ut F r"rn"_'
I'arah (lark, Messrs vf 11. 11)I :, 1'IIAKMACY 'The Ktxall Store'
,.' ,
j at the lit 01.. n.tn.1,10.I II 1 N1r, nu'1 ,II llllel." 1 tin 1 Ins
aiinmpanud d l 1 Mrs liiuenhofer1'iano piano .
Jy .
Earl Cowger, Ralph Landrum. I "" nt. U'1", 1 t I"! I 1\I I > Irt"H* niyuulli
solo "Last Smile Wollenhiupt 1 Rlujjnlli Lottie Lawler. : (' II I..,.lU ni.1| r.\IMU( . urltii Mrr I HM -
I ( ..
& M ,
yA -
trhr If
f K ""i-1"t i "m tnnittv IINI '
DINNER FOR MR. CA 1I'BELL ) and "Uoodinght" ( Ne-vm) by !Duet-Polish ]Dance) ( Engleman) I _: 7..i II r,.%".Inrlrll'u'. ,..n I M M,,,r t try Inn" \II.i n.I. It.),.i."f runt N..,.main....k.I ; .-><-'...:--:->-:..:-:--:.-:-:--:-:-:-:-:-:-.:.... : :-: ...:-:-:->->-.'-:-:-:-:..:-.:-:-:-:--:-<-.:-:-:-: :-:-:-:->

1- :Miss BoxerHumoious. :Mis' ]Pientis and !Miss Rodgers.! 'I I um H 'I I,I"1I.i Intl I .n.rr. ... im'. any. quiet,... _. j
,.alums 111 t \Il, "r a. I 1 n'r' r lia.t -
: Harry Hunter entertained: a number Slory T'lilnItl'v. S. )t'adingo-\li8s: Lola LawlerAddiess I .".u. l n s trIUIi.Mr" I II In ,.ult.f It IK.. lime i irf r'I'Th..nlUf' nt).,."ton t| r..1 .."- INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE f

of friends Wednesday evening( ut W. i.&t\\ Icr and Hex W B. Wither- -"Some Infectious !Discases i/In11mII 1',1.'t ., 1'dr I ." I I l',',". f fh, ,irt","n I. on"Tour i,, a I-micy few d.work>ll.tn J jr {
the Golf Club in honor of Manson' and \how to l'i'event Them" Dr TM. r Ill'.." .,rii.Mr 4' 11 linn.,rt r: '
spoon. = E
I Six.Month' Trial' SulWnpf.oit.; ; On/y 25 C"nffAM g I |Let us Insure your Life, your Health, your Property. :
; Campbell, a distinguished citizen of The \pram tad by Miss Aultman' Rrvers : .... THE McCALL COMPANY h l : '
Chatham, Ontario who is visiting(' was us original poem written by Mrs SonJr.K-Two selections by Miss i .; 705 MrC.ll KMtr. Jrfew York City. N Y. Information in regard to property for :;

Kissimmee for a few weeks and who I .lames (aldxxell, of Kissimmee, who Aultman aecunipamd by ]Mrs. Pfentis 4 tII> FREE t 1: sale and 'rent cheerful y given. t

{ is interested in lands ill this section has attained. considerable fame as a To Women Who her, ".m\" .,.C",', ofv t
MotA'.I"A"A". . ">: rnl' :.slug. ''''''',' F _: addition to fifteen other
; P..Nrn a'atalnhIe"YIlt.E, nn rnauoN In good companies
of Florida. p<> 'ti"-s, being the author of a numberof ti f.n Ilre .. ;ga kr

yy! Mr. Hunter's guests were: Manson splendid] xoises The legend of BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY ; It'orN T. r.eny.'11,41'...N"dl.'hr&"""Inn,. I h.......' rllhli\," I','far'74' al'I a"2 (rent In..Imir...tame,". InEndral.lrry 2Ta : now represent the well known x

Campbell, of Chatham, Out, E. L. Kissimmee, read by Mrs Boice was Sunday school 9:45:. a. m. N. C. ii! Church Werkeral, (Inn 00...(0:i.., to. any, 11 )'': :
S' "I'hurnle A'S for \lot'AI.I:" .10."IunlliOalring < HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of New York
Lesley, J. t>. Clark, E C. Bryan, J. written by Judge G.! 1Kribbli: also Bryan,- Supt. I. ij , I'lu1'1,1, ""'d, 'hv 1001" r1urIr. .. ,= '1'

Wade Tucker, Senator Arthur K. of {\issimmee.; Preaching morning and night by i '1 To Alent.:N fin. and bra Club ii': ,.i Raaen'Ily Ii II'TS'A.k urd far Eihlrl'ALI hmaunmh (: IJ .. (
"UIZ aP1'E11:
Donegan, L. A Hamilton of Toronto ., !Dr, Holt, the pastor. Morning subject T. Soya 110000 and GII.CAN, Sl.yrl.a I .fll. ,hue "Irnt.a ..
:
1V(1111N:: S (LUB The Person of Jesus. Evening "f nlhrr. Purr. (:IyE'. ANAL WrC" for C Second Floor Citizens Bank Eldg. l Kissimmee Fla. ytGRAYSTONE
W. : ,
C. ,
Canada; E. K Naugle! , 4 j Si,"'A I.Is Or.nd." Olf"', to 11"1. .n,1 "lrh" ,

Ward,E. T. Hopkins, of Chicago; and An interesting, meeting of the Wo'man's subject: The Care of the Soul. Each = "IInIII\uiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiiiii' 11111AIIRIIAIItAIIIIIIIpIWIdI' Io"'t' <<.:--: :- -:-:--:-:-:..:-:..; :-:-: : :..:-:.. -: Q
K.. McPherson. Club Will held at the Hart Me- service one hour in duration. Morn- I.ii

( morial Monday afternoon with an attendance ing service begins at 11 a. m. Evening ,

YRISCILLA EMBROIDERY; CLUB of txxenty-six members. service to begin 7 p. m. Everyonewho

The Priscilla Embroidery Club was Dining the afternoon the business reads this notice is assured of a

entertained last Saturday afternoon routine of completing the organiza- welcome to these services. Strangers I HOTEL"ON

P "by Mrs. J. W. Chapman.! The after ion, waS' effected by the appointmentof especially made to feel at home.

K -: noon'"was very pleasantly spent In the following committees: Hon. C. A. Carson's bible class for I BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA"

:' fancy work and social conversation. Standing committee on membershipMrs. adults at 10 a..m. Visitors, and others -i ''KISSIMMEE FLORIDA \

,; Dainty refreshments were served. J. M.' Lee, Miss Minnie Rogers, not belonging to any other Sun ) ;

'Those present were: Mrs. Marcus Mrs. Joe Griffin, Mrs. W. B.. Harris I day school are intited to attend. U now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly of the Mount Washington,

Lake, Jr.; Mrs. E. L.: Lesley, Mrs. R. Mrs. E. L. Lesley. Bretton Woods, N.H( and,the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guest by
t D. Frankford, Mrs. S. R. Wade, Miss Civic department-Mrs. II. C. Stan- Long Chance.
Kissimn.ee Golf Club. Many improvements now being made in hotel and grounds.
"I 'Nina Bratton, Mrs. T. J. Woodall, ford, Mrs. T. M. Murphy, Mrs. M. Church-See they's got a' gun now

Mrs J. L.) Seaman, Mrs. J. C. Griffin, Katz, Mrs. N. B. Carson, Mrs. N. C. that will shoot 20 miles. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
Morrow Mr. II. W. Morrow Bryan Mrs. Gay Gotham-I wouldn't .like to tako an
I: Mrs. .J. D. Livingston. 4 .
absent-treatment chance even on
: Miss, Bessie Hunt, Mre.,, Z. Bass, Committee on by.la'II -MrK' Winn. of these things. 3pe I A

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I : THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I I Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Eastman of I G. Phillips, of Kalamazoo, .Mich., and is said to be doing; a good busi tune realized from it. The'Campbells 'Stoinhtns I*. arranging to, represent


." Klssimmee to spend the winter here C. Phillips, of Jackson, Mich., whq line to Klsaimmee,. when the brick Improved farm machinery and have St. Louie and if; he decide to locatein

)I Published E..1'7 Friday By and are the "guests of Mrs. E. O, are looking; after business. interests at highway: 1 Is completed f'v. offices and factories at Chatham. On- Florida will' make this city' his is

{' 'W. HAIIIM9 A. IE. a. VANS AGKEW' Tatman. Kissimme Park, were visitors _in Uyio and; Detroit, Mich., employing: headquarters for a state-wide. cam.
e/ Davis1
John ; of Nashville '
M I I Kissimmee! 'Wednesday. Tenn., large forces at both places; They .paign for the company. He expect
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..o ooOOtOtOOO t H.,,E. Bailey, of Dow svl1le" N. wait the guest last Friday and Satur also make the Ford car bodies for I to employ same thirty or'forty men .
( time the Y"J Miss! Mattie Bandy left yesterdayfor day of Mr. and Mrs. D. Gv Wafrier.(
is spending some at the Canadian territory Mr. Manson : In the work and will probably send
Weather ,: Jacksonville for a few day*' visit Mr. Davis is'president of the Sunset
: Report j stone hotel Campbell has his residence at I them over the state in automobile
, .1 with relatives. Before returning home Automobile Club in Nashville and is Chatham and his son is in sharg of

Mr.- and Mrs. S. R., Jaco, of Pitts- Miss Bandy will make her usual traveling aver Florida to report the the business", at Detroit,,
burg, Pa., ;who are spending
tures Following and precipitations are daily 'tempera re 'Loughman, spent yesterday. (in purchase goods for her store. delighted with Kissimmee and the Quick' Chin Tonic'cured my

ported by Government station'at Kissimmee. Mn and. Mrs. E, F. Souders ..ofChicago road i1 improvement contemplatedhere. FAMILY BROUGHT HERE husband of LaGrlppe and Fever after
Kissimmee for the week endIng 27 George N. Saunders who has beenat 111., who are the guests of ,, the doctor'*. medicine and other remedies

.. > f January : Lake Alligator for several months, their parents oil Mabbette street, Dr. AJ- Holt and r:: A. Carson returned B.Y READING GAZETTEMr. failed."

/ X Friday: .h_ ____ ,80 .64 'was a visitor in the city last Friday, spent' a. few* days this' week visiting Saturday frqm Lire Oak, : LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla.,

Saturday u u 80 64 lie is much Improved in health. .Tampa, St.. Petersburg: Pass-a-Grille, where they attended the nidetingofthe and Mrs. J. C. Steinhans-'o.f Sold by Osejeola Pharmacy, 25c,

Sunday .. u__ 74 63 and other points of interest on the Baptist State Association. They i -- -- ,
Springfield Ills., and two children., arrived
Monday __ ____ 75 67 .30 Bryon See'and Miss Louise Glass, guest\ coast. bring back news that Columbia college -I
in Kistimmee
/ during the week
Tuesday __ __ 80 69 of Belvedere 111., now spending the at Lake City is now tree from
4 Cloud Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hickman and will probably ]locate here perma
winter in St.
Wednesday ?__ 78 61 were all encumbrance:! and the absoluteproperty Are Your ,
'r visitors in the city. daughter Vera Misses Beryl McMil nently. They were attracted to KIssimraee -
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Thursday of the Baptists of Florida
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through reading copies of the .
lan and Thclma Petris motored to .Electric Lights
Elizabeth Floyd after a The associationendprsed\ tho administration -
Mrs. protracted Kissimmee hada Valley Gazette sent them on the list
.:.-:-# .-:'<-:-:. :" ":> spell of lagrippe, has sufficiently dinner at the Saturday.do'k( there, and picnic alto- of the Rev. J. E. Trice, superintendent paid fOil by the county commissioners. Out of Fix? .

:-:--XooMowx.ooXo'l recovered to o\'e'to her hand- R'ether---l'pent' a most enjoyable clay.- of the Baptist Or''han-I They are old friends. of.M. I). Alex-

AI some new .bungalow at the!! corner of Winter Garden Tiru fe.Mr. age at Arcadia and expressed/ .sympathy u;dur, who lives just north of the city Call Osceola Electric' 'Co.
:'. y .1'1 Brack and Lake streets in this city.Ucbekah ; \ for his affliction and condemnation '' l their list .
and name was placed on the C. E. GARDNER Mgr
Local I Field
The !
I : and :Mrs" DeWilton) Aldermanand for his assailant. through Alexander's thoughtfulness. l.
A i Lodge; X"o. 42, will hold a returned last frompkeechobee I II House Wiring, Fixture
baby Saturday .
M
I r, .' ,.;..:-:--:,<--:..:+:..:--:-,:--:..,.<-> .o.o----o: (..:> I box social at Thurman's flail on the where,, th+y. had been | :Mrs. E. O. Tatman i III in receipt of I and Repairing
," evening of February 4th The public i the pleasing! information, that her lit- They pre ]pleased l with the city anllSII'I'oundilljt'
,- Fire. insurance, taxes paid. See AI invited Ho attend.Mr. visiting relatives. They were accompanied I tlp nine months old gl'l'utjl''a)1t1llll'.ljhtel' I country and arc-planning 119 BROADWAY: 34L
\ E. Drought, New; Rivers Building. 30tf !I 11'1 cordially home by El t. Alderman's sis
Catherine Butler, of Stock now to make. their homher'e./ Mr. J
A. Y. Fuller and I Ater, who will Ioel'd 1 some time visiting" ,
and :Mrs.
':Mrs. N. C. Bryan spent) Wednesdayin ,' them heie.Mic. . ton. Ca.! recently won the first pne'ut : ..,

Oilando. I l'children, of Orlando: motored to KU- I .1 baby show at the South Georgia; ,:":..:":..:-.:.: :'--OO--" :":" :":":>O----: :>':>':+"--O--X.-.Xoo: )

sev-eral I : I. (". Downing, of I.omnr, Cojo- !I f.ni,' held: Valdoila' (;n., and was ,:',
tender meats always I / Mwimli'i] rt handsome silver Tin- ..r. BREAKER /'. A. BARCLAY
Fat, juicy and iudo, i is the j:n, -t .d'rs..1.! :M. foch-( ciin. : // M. :

found at City :Market. 'phone 41. tf +i:I E. A. Gilbfit, who has lien vi itiintr \ runtlh: 's \Downing expects: to re- mother of the baby \\ut- Cl''m'I'h'i :Mis-! *.*". FLORIDA "Th. Lo"d.f F Enchantment. Rftng Mar ,',
i < 'lIll1e101'1: i..111 of this titv. ; RopdlyDuo/o".d than Any Othmr State in the Union
mam here, M'vtml eeks! and will )be \ ..i..
Bund bone-fit at the Dixie) \", i datives here for several weeks, i.

,day, Februaiy 2. elnes-J' left Tuesday for Ol.eecholx-c'!; here I i joined ]Kit 'I'> !I.:v h< ,, husband, who\ is : Th' Standard Oil Coiipany has puij ::I t BREAKER & BARCLA ,
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lv is employed.: '. shciifT of ]lesser', 'ounty, Coloiudo. j ,'h,,,,-" *-fi'om Lupfer. and 1') ath'I' n ::1: Real Estate and.Insurance Farm Londe '
Hood's! Butter Nut Broad for I { Citypr..rtri
your Buy family, they'ie worth it. o-'Jt: F W. Brady this week sold ten Frank Jonti- ff" 'leily of this. city I'I ",nd tiuck body upon which' has boon ::I., Kissimmee, Fla Tuc"i"Or..." j::.... .
:Mit- but who has beer located at Apopki ,,1(0,1: ,I an oil tank with a dipnoit of J. M. COOPER. Clerk .
visitor acres of land in I'medalc to :Miss 1' Catonla. Land ,
I ; C. A. Cole of Lakelmd.'vus a -(
110 galolns. This auto-tank will be 'I'
for Fsvernl months, has returned here ,
Deitz ''
here' on Tuesday. Izy I Deitz, of CalifOl'nill.lillR: I' ... ,. ..,. .. OOo Oot.
expects to improve the piopeity.) and it again iiiiilnyed| at the Lupfer 'u-ul l in supplying! the tiade at St. i :": :": : ) < \

J Ask your !grocer for Butter Nut & Prather garage, where: he will have I{I Cloud) and Kissimmee and will be able -

Bread made by Heed's Bakery. 5-2t I L. A. Hamilton}, of Toronto Canada charge of the lath cars, storage batteries to cover: both territories in a single iI I

who has a winter home here and etc. day, taking the place of two wagons ,
t. Mrs. Holloway of Loughman was who is a great booster for Kissimm..e.haR now in use.Richards I \IILLS TTIK FLORIST INC. ,

a visitor here. yesterday. 'I Ii purchased a Ford car from the Mr and :Mrs. I? E. Coble of Mon- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 1

W. H. Crawford was a business vis- Lupfer & Prather garage.W. tic-pllo] Ind., spout, f several ,days in ( H. Edmonds, editor of theManufacturers' :I w. quote freed cut flowers for ..,..It beginning January 3, a. foBowtlRon .
Kissimmee this week. Mr. and Mrs. Record. of Baltimo..e.accompanied ,
itor to Tampa on Tuesday. *.. Whit and Pink $3.00 and$4.OO pr. do*. '
H. Arnold, sons, William and Coble have been inuring Florida and by Mrs. Edmonds his : American Beauties 10.00' '

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bryan motoredto Harry J. T. Burckhalter, George Fox have visitide many ,cities. They both daughter, Miss Edmonds, his private :' Carnation. Whit and Pink l.OO "

Winter Haven on Thursday.L. and Mr. Cameron, of Ohio, spent last declared Kissimnive was their choiceof secretary, Howard L. Clark and )wife, Lilli. of the Valley 1.00 "" "" .
Eatr Lilli. 3.00 .f
Saturday fishing at Canoe creek. them all. They decide to locate | passed through Kissimmee last Sat- I 't
U. Zimmerman of St. Cloud wasa may Suit P.... ?.60 100
They bro ght back 138 trout. here later. I unlay, by automobile en route to i iI Doubt Volt 3.00 ,. :: 100 i iNorci ii
visitor in the city Thursday.J. { Tampa. Mr. Edmonds spends his l.OO dog. ;
Mrs. M. Luke of Ocola Ga., is D 'n't forget the benefit for the
S. Cadel) spent Monday and Tues- spending a month here with her father Kissimmee Concert Band at the Dixie i I winters is touring one of the in Florida strongest[ and boosters his i MISS 'JEAN CAi..DW. u., KUmmee! Agent \
paper
day in Jacksonville on business. Co!. Z. Bass during the absence of : I /
theater next Wednesday evening.:, for the state.M. Il '
laced her husband, who has gone to New There will be worth
I, Middy blouses in all colors, a good program
'{i at neck deep sailor colors. F. II. Mexico on business. the price of admission; and those whoatfead""will I Munger has one of the finest

Lawsons. it be helping the boys to : strawberry patches in Florida adjoin- <*
Col, J. G. Johnson, a prominent attorney -
his home Mabette This
buy new uniforniH. ing on street.
Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Little; of of Knoxville Tenn., wit 'tne ( week Mr. Munger sent to the Valley ,1 ;

Narcoossee, spent yesterday shopping guest this week of Rev. A. J. Holt. Tohopekaliga Grove 65 will meetin Gazette office a specimen strawberry, I
KiBRimmee. Mr. Johnson came down to look after Fraternity hat) Tuesday night '
in |which measured eight inches in cir- II
the planting of an orange grove on I I ,l
February 1st, at seven o'clock. All i cuinference one way and six inches I
Miss Madeline Hill, of Narcoossee his at Southport.Mr. .
place officers and members are, invited to the other. Mr. Munger's strawberry C

was the guest Monday and. Tuesday of and Mrs. F. W. I Brady left Mon- attend this meeting. Dr. T. M. Riv- garden is visited daily by many of ,

''t Mrs. J. D. Clark. ers will be installed as Grove Physician the townspeople and winter visitors.It .
Tavares
day for a visit to Orlando, C =t
\ Pay your poll tax on or before and Leesburg. They will return to and Mrs. Taylor will be installed shows what can be done on Florida q

February 12th if you want to vote Kissimmee later, as they declare that as Outer Sentinel. Don't forgetthe soil by careful filling and care. e

in the city primary. this is the only town i in Florida for a date, February 1st, seven p. m.
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..,, ,,' G. W, Hardy, of Unadilla, N Y.. is :,' .' .. . .J Just .'few fountain pens .
\ ) 1 home., Mr. and Mrs. Runels of Lowell ''.- ." " '
Henry ,
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hlra.yWichendahltofGotha: ;-istthe\ the to spend time. Ife .,
city some !
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\ ; i > t ,: \ ," ,, ":" .dtKM.6kj' "ytgy d+1r'd,6;1 h. yd,
guest! [for, eweek, \ lS Jtolepend weeks
W Overstre }that R UwJcataIl !les/tof January!! several : jBays'jjthatii.JCisslmmee ii ; ! sis'1 ?ne,,,otithe
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_."" .t ."- '-' . .. ." Lakeland, will preach at' Campbell They are'old f friends, CaptyJohnaonand ; !'' prettiest he has seen.: He especially ." ' -
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Montsdoca of family and' located at his'hon..e. while last.
Station the third Sunday In each are praised the green lawns and! the beau- one they -
, Narcoossee spent last Saturday in . They are not strangers to our '
month during the present year. ty of Broadway but he declared: that
the city with friendsr: I town, having spent several. winters there was one thing which the city
J, T. Brooks of Knoxville; Tenn., here.
left yesterdayfor should do as quickly as possible and
Miss. Leonore Savage
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winter .
where she will'visit arrived Monday to spend the that is to bul ,head: the lake. If this'!
Plant City visitor :\1I's.V.. N. Young and son, Nelson
here. Mr. Brooks is a regular i
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done, Mr. Kissimmse
relatives for several weeks. to Kissimmee. and i has many friends, of Louisville. Ky., arrived! this weekto is Hardy says
should be one of the most popular .
J. L. Cox, a prominent farmer andpoultry here who will be glad: to welcomeI spend some time in Kissimmee. tourist. towns in Flonda. j jMis. !I .
They are stopping!, with :Mis. I Fiank- -
.miser, of Lnughman! was a i .
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I lin. Mrs. Young oa relative 'of the N. C. Bryan, :Mrs A. J, Molt
in the city Thursday.A.
visitor
I I Henry I JI. Boener. II pionnnent lesiidenl : late Mis. Unit, who was the donor of Mis.: M. A. Geiger, Mis.: II. M.: Bieakei. -

J, McPonough, returned last of Lawrence, Kansas-, was a visitor the property where i the Halt :Memoi '. Mis: I' K.Veaver and :hiss. ]ilex

Rntul'lLC'OI11; Tampa, where, he has i i in Kissimmee this week He is ial building. stand' Caibon attended the W. :M.\ U. \Vckiva ; .

been spending several: weeks on business I I well\ pleased with I Iorida and Kis- I Baptist AH"il' ation at (Oilando) on { r
L. A. Hamilton, Miss Josphine llam- .
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here later.St. ' invited thereto
ilto ', :Miss Isabel .Hamilton, :Ill'. and <'eclnt'llclay. They were

1I..s.1.. : C. Bandy .returned home John's Guild of the Episcopal t :Mrs.! J. I 1) {Clark Senator Arthur E. I meet: Mrs. I'ee'lman, of Jacksonville -

where she : : I )Doncgaii, \h'Ph"'I'son: Harry. Hunter I state corresponding secretary of
Tuesday from, Jacksonville : Feb-ruary Cash is King We Sell For Less
I : the W. :M. U., and :Miss! :Mallory, of *
Robert
visited her dauhtl.lr8! :\ W. B. Ilig- I Page, and :Mrs. A. I D. .
don.: :Mrs (J. C. Livingston.! All- ladies. of Pave) motored tn' Orlando Tuesday Baltimore who is conc-hpomling secretary I

the guild l are especially requested tot..e.prel night to alt 'ml the production of the of the Southern Baptist W. M.
Aultman will be hostess 'I U. They were enteitaineil at luncheon SALESaturday
:Mrs. Ifeniy on Community Day, Saturday afternoon I at the church parlors! and afteiwaid '-
I :\ and Mrs R. E. Bionson and F. S. Pond of KisMmmee ins the home Y
and will serve tea with cuke at I stat: : ut a reception given at
5 cents per. cup. I family have moved I from Caller's. to spcctor for. the Honda: Citrus Ex I of Mrs. I'ouKon.Mr. .' Only Jan. 29, 1916

Loug-hman. They made many friends. thange, i is in the city a"11! i is iaspert-!I | ,I i ...
Miss Eva Wilson has returned to I during their. short stay at Carters, I ing! JJie ,:various. u"loocintion packinghouses I. ; l and :'II'- Bunsen Campbell, ,

her home ill Kissimmee, lifter, a stay who regret: to see them leave and hope of the local sub-exchnrge. I Hiswoik [j of Chatham, Ontario, are spending) EXCEPTIONAL VALUESLion

of some length: in Jacksonville, the that they will\ return soon. I takes 'him all over tv) cltius t..'\erul. weeks. at the itaystonc; lIuI Brand Shirts$1.50values, $1.39 Knox 53.00 Fait Hats $2.49

guest of friends.Special section ol the state. Oi'Ian- tel.I Mr.: Campbell with his son, .
!growing DO
Lion Brand Shirts 1.25 values $1
George! W.: Persons, proprietor. of i Stewart Campbell\ ,visited Kissimmee: Knox J2.00 Felt,. Hats $1.69
do ,
I Roporter-Star. "
for. Friday and Saturday, the Dollar Limit Store:, was calledto : about a year ago and purchased WOO Lion Brand Shirts, 1.00 values 79c .

hemmed bleached Turkish towels in Madison on Tuesday by the serious An automobile bus line has ben acres of land near Lake :'IIndon.1.: ... i Men's Ribbed Underwear 50c Values, 41c

large! size, 10 cents each. F. H. Law- I illness of his father who had been: started. between Sanford and Orlando I I Campbell: is the man who invented the'

sno. It i I taken there from his home in Georgia and intermediate points. The bus I I Chatham wagon, which invention was I SOMETHING NEW. JUST RECEIVED

e I for treatment. line is running on u regular schedule i I afterward sold to the International
In order. to vote in the White Prima..y Knox Straw Hats $2.50.( $3.00 and $5.00
similar to interurban street car lines''Harvester Company and a large for-
to be held on March 25th, it Among those from Kissimmee who I

will be necessary to pay your. poll attended the "Bohemian Girl". at Or- I '" i. Also Large Assortment' Spring Neckwear50c

tax on or before February 12th. lando Tuesday evenin .were :Mrs. II. 75c and $1.00

C. Stanford, Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Miss .
Damask towels: size 17 x 3.1 excellent -
Turville C. W. Ward'and others. Embroidered Four-iti-Hands 50c
quality soft and nbsorbnnt, !I POLL TAX NOTICE

full bleached, blight red border at Miss Elizabeth Crawford, of Boone-

10 cents each. F. II. Lawson It ville, Ind, is the guest of :Mr. and 1 Selby Shoes for Ladies Bostonians for Men

Attend the musical program at the Mrs.. C.J.Miller.W. Miller Miss and Crawford Mr. and is Mrs.B. an. Poll Taxes must he paid on I $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 $4.00, $4.50, $5.00

Dixie theater next Wednesday and $5.50Experienced
$4.50 $5.OOTremsoti
aunt of Mrs. J. W. :Miller and B. C. ,
help the band boys buy their new
uniforms.. Miller. or before Saturday, February I Gypsy Shoe

Boots $5.00 Fitting

Childrens wash suits, white trim Visitors in the city and home peo- ,.. 12th in order to 'vote in CITY j
ple as well are requested to remem- ,
,A. med in blue, size :3 I to 8. They are ber Community Day at the Hart Memorial ': TAILORING DEPARTMENT i;
\ well made and will wera. F. II. I
Alterations
J .'....{ Lawson. It. building every Saturday after- ELECTION. Dry Cleaning Pressing .

. noon. Tea will be served tomorrow i ,
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Rev. J. K. Nance, of the First afternoon at 5 cents per tup. Visitors -' C. L. BANDY THE FAMILY STORE

Christian church Hutchington' Kans., and home folks are urged to ".

+ has been visiting; the city for a few come out and get acquainted. Let's 116 Broadway HARRIS & PEAKS Phone 251

.\11\ day and preached for Mr. Chisholm all be friendly and enjoy the pleasures Tax Collector.

Sunday morning to the. delight of all of mingling; together'for the exchange

who heard him. ,of ideas .
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1 : PACE. THE KISS1MMEE. VALLEY GAZETTES FRIDAY: JANUARY 28, 1916.I ':

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1 I DON'T" BE A HYPHENATED SOUTH FLORiDIAN

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5 TRADE I WITH SOUTH FLORIDA FIRMS oooUO-OU HOOOOO+COU uoo :



I A ,- GREA "GASPAR/LLA" FURNITURE SALERealizing '



the necessity of offering'more than ordinary values to
1 '' offered to buy their surplus stocks, provided we' could get them -at great price concessions. They agreed to this-the trades were made, and as a result-Nationally advertised .

merchandise it offered I you at our big Franklin Street Store The Store where the White Light of Honest Merchandising burns one hundred and. fifty feet in the air. Prices 1
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never before equalled. \ I


SELLERS. KITCHEN CABINETS I McCRAY REFRIGERATORS, OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES


'. BRENSIN WINDOW SHADES BUCKS STOVES and( RANGES VUDOR PORCH SHADES ;


\ World Renowned .l Merchandise Offered Now. at u Discount Figure During the Carnival Dates


ti" _, =FE: : 3RUARY: 4 TC> 12 ONLY: '


;. QUALITY COUNTS AT.THE. RHODES-PEARCE-MAHONEY STORE '

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF THE FACT-That within the years we,have been in Tampa When we say a mattress is "CuaraD(eed Felt," we mean that it is just as good as the'

',' it has come to.the. point where practically everyone says "If you want something good most celebrated $15.00 felt on the market, and you are at liberty to cut it open togo

to Rhodes-Pearce-Mahoney they have the assortment and you, can believe what verify our statement. Solid Mahogany means just that; and Quarter-Cut or Quarter-

; they tell you." Sawed Oak don't mean that it is an imitation.

;' WE ARE CRANKS ON THE SUBJECTOur aim is not to sell cheap goods (for they OUR GUARANTEE is now,a. household 'word in Tampa, for.pr.cticalli every newspaper .

are high at any price) but dependable merchandise which will be so satisfactory that reader knows that Rhodes-Pearce-Mahoney guarantees "everything as represented or .

when you want something else in our line you'll come right back and give us the order. your money back;" there's no "nigger in the wood pile" here-no "fake sales" and rep _

:: ,\ WE DON'T LIE-About the quality of our goods, nor will we attempt to deceive you. member our every statement is backed by over a million. ,


. ; COME PAY US A'VISIT. WE'LL EXPECT YOU RHODES-PEARCE-MAHONEY FURNITURE CO.


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Sale STORY. OF GASPARILLA, You Can't Buy It For Less Unless 1


Special BLOODY PIRATE CHIEF !

w You Buy It At the Store That
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and $10.00 values, choice $jOO.'e Tn tpllinir) the Fti r\' nf tlir 1 ic< 1101" 'tin n..w iitnl I tt'., il< nI'Ia> ";. thn Vllllrd '
k Alligator bags. $7.50 your .
\, nod I 1>lih: "I t i the Iu i '"it t.sy; 1' ,ulllii < ,u -t./l, i .1. Ii Hi \\ II. Hit, <>" t the I' I
,1"I with.. v hl< h I Iht. < !II v ....r lump,i .1 r1"'s wash\ rt I, Hi? i ;slur at"ti lr.1111 "SELLS IT FOR
Honda souvenir limn \\ hate on display-4te gieate l line of ever Btu' nn.I Us :i"-..nil" .I.,.cl Kin-ze ftrl i iin inikht, ..I tin. -ti. .i im to .utlt in.ul<. rlKliti'n LESS"L'y
beautiful of Tampa at ,..i\ ilhii slitiH' U IH et ,urreeeul,, I tin I ..Mi.i..." ,d I l.Hii-imi% std In.
shown, the moneOur Mock icplele \\ilh eUn rt I 1 i JW: .II, ,kl.VM. \\ h"h II. f.;i6n ,1.0. \\0 ill. M. ..,I'III.II'r" of the (.\
50c to $250 worth double I n nla.l, < ;,ir-HllH| ] fll Ml"Ml*. 1 It.11\ Mil tit, i Ing. .. i I.Iltilr I l 'un,. "f t In. hl I I 1",110'1'" '
"t'1 I''h, 1'1I.t., t Kle' '''i' ,Ililwl, ! "I' IK. .' .',.II' "r in Itt'-., in i>, ,,11.1, i t I' '.i thfi' huiili 0"
the latest! creations IIi jeweliy, cut \glass. tic. . ftIl
{ .. ore!
trlir III' 1 In .h q./\ fK <.I \ | llnl| guru Iunl| a dizi-n
It vh. ul | I br, "xI'I""lO'd: th,it .Hie 0."i-. -\ "*< I-*" ,tine,1 mi, ,'d I IH. a king. In. /
Tnllla' ) rii 111\ al and V.. ;I" -II, lint, > *-v K Fi ::l klllloloI': tin'i''' is nluu>"R (H"il CRACOWANER'S"Tampa's
Send Us Your I Repair Work t; I I1 I'rnpon i, I Iona, Y. ;l1).t". I K.row.. will ,1"11 etiu'lit with l.ilTtt,' oi r elite otI,
),eve their r<..li.I.t Htluit I hIM \nr UN Iii' lout. I probably. I, tin IIIT.I1..H. of: ki
ill the to dale styles. tiny here had elms! 1104 hut their MI toe. fair mulden torn. from hr hornet
Let make old jewelry over new up- -
1yt us your t lin.kv from tin bum. took,
til will r..mllin their "w ti us It ha* away
All work absolutely guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Hl nyBrrn\ They m-e flnumlnK their with him the whip ho iimiiuindtM and) Leading Department
own unili'rtuklnif. --nn.1 It will com the bloody crew who ,Jill his bathing
them more than $6.000-ami are doin and Bailed across the Gulf to the Coast'.!
their' Hhnre wth) about etzty other orBunlzulloriH of Plorhlu J
In making the. CSuaparlllueiirnUul JenKacola was. a aettlement even Store"s
Owen Cotter Jewelry Company the frrrut success It Is certain then but down the long stretch of the| .
to l h.. Florida coast thereas hardl another -' s
The. carnival Idea wiui born In the bay that had even a flRhe mans
-, "THE DIAMOND MERCHANTS" houds of a few premier b9o; ..teri In the hut along the shores. Hiding places ,
BooHters' committee' that aggregation there were In plenty among. thu keys .
r of fly, wires In the Tampa MerchantH and bays of the coast,
E 615 Franklin St. Tampa, Fla. Association, which Is continually doIng When fleeing from (government
i EI thine .hipfor occasionally a sloop of wart Franklin Street, Tampa, FloridaWHILE j
Long Distance 'Phone 4324 It came along after Tanaj sufiamr would try to retaliate for some of thepirates' : {
F night bloody o; jobs--or when seeking -,
Isn't That Name- Great? rest after. a loot there was plenty t
Already there are Indication that or opportunity to hide, '
the Quparllla. festival February 4. 6, Found listen on 6. 7, 8, 9, 10. 11, 12. wtll be the biggest On Oasparllla Island l -on which til*
thing that Tampa has ever trIed and phosphate port of Boca Grande .a now" you see the great SOUTH
Land one of the biggest thlnffi over pull-d located-Qaspartlla found the haven
Tampa Highland off In the South. The possibilities. of he wa, seeking It blocked one of FAIR ,
a winter festival '.Unlimited and the entrances Charlotte Harbor In .. you can save
there !. no better place-bw none-- any one of la dozen of whose smaller
fn the nation than Tampa to have the. bays creek mouths and other hiding some motley on fall and, wintersuitsiXiW t', ;'

r'' : Company ,;; .;,,:a.>\, ..:. I'I'I"I" big And shows trfat "nam.ti -:' 'u him plaono to there escape wag any plenty prying of eyes chance, ,There for ,. ; : ; re'\l s 'ii' ubeveri ';thin'g' '?:jJ.iv ,)..'. ,, l,;
: best of for him to .. .. ... )
Carnival!
*" .**. ,' II ,i 1 Gasparllla { 'l. ., \ :'',\\JWI i l 1,'" It can't bebealenThefmoment. a sally forth on his deed! of blood and "
'
Make your headquarters: with us while visiting: Gasp nlla. Ask. : man hear. that name he In obsessed. during the da>'s or weeks of real there at sacrifice prices. We will! have the
with a desire to know more of It. was a pleasant Isle a balmy climate
us all about our TAMPA HIGHLAND LOTS. Get our MAP OF Who was QaaparlllaT and the cooling breezes of the Gulf to new spring line of clothing hats
Why waa OasparlllaT make life easyThis ,
If for home-investment
TAMPA FREE. are looking a or
you
What was Qasparllla? '. must have been abdut the year
speculation, come -to us. Our property is high and dry a.d is on When was UaapailllaT 1800 Gasparllla built n mansion on shoes, and furnisihngs and can fit you Lout ;
Is It a Pullman car or e b..aktr.tfood the Isle that still carries bin name and
Tampa Bay Boulevard-the highway to the West Coast where you or a cigar or a race horse here he lived like a king with his for the summer. Goods bearingour s

will find Sunshine Health and Happiness Pure' Air and Good Water. Listen folks.Oasparllls. bloodthirsty pirates aa the courtiers I
was a pirate. There were not wanting ladies in '
Good old Oasparllla Is no more. this court. I label are known all over the state. 1'
Like Julius Caesar he I. dead and Oaaparllla had a great eye for feminIne -
Prices from $300 to $600 for 50 foot Lots on two streetcar :
like Julius Caesar, he la to become fa- beauty and his course of action Make our store headquarters; ?
lines. Electric Light City Water and Sewers. We make terms rnous. H. was a rover of th* seas when taking a captured ship was always ( duringthe
and his modern prototype. ar 'ea, the sameOverboard .
to suit. Lend you money to build. Titles fully insured. rovers., too. with the nun. Sa\e the Fair. .
With which few words let us tell women." was his Invariable o'der. t t .,
how Ye Mystlo Krew Qasparllla The men walked the platik and the
We. want a food live responsible salesman in your town to cam to bs. Women captiws.. especially if they had' ,j.

sell these lots for us. Write for map and full information quick. Idea Born In George Hand Ws Stead any claim to good looks, were taken,' HENRY GIDDENSCLOTHING
In 104. George Hardee, fondly remembered to the l Island of Qasparllla
wra In the government In the course of time the bloodyl
\\l' Tampa Highland Land Company-ISGiddens Bldg., Tampa, Fla. service In this city. H. came from pirate accumulated a horde of feml-l
New Orleans, where, he Is now residing nine beauty that would have done CO.
4Y I M and the doings of the Knights of credit to King Solomon or the Grand,
I Selling Agents Walter S. Adams ; Max L. Simons. Cotnus and the other of that merry Nlsam himself. But It was this practice ''.
crew who make the N.w Orleans of stealing the women of the unlucky ,
Mardi Gras famous from on. end of vessels that cam In his power TAMPA "-
FLORIDA
> Edwin L. Blickman! Sales Manager. the country to the other, w.r. freshIn that led to his ruin. His d.epr91A- .
his mlad. lons: were reported to the Unitid .
n He saw the possibilities of this city Stale. government" and a frigat was'
,(, I and suggested to some kindred spirits sent Into the Gulf waters to run him
a
II ey the poe>4fellty! of Tampa puttingen I down. ,
a .how 4milar to that of the 1,1"-al.lOras Oorntfi and Hung From Yard Arm.I I ,,
: After a long chase through the Tent, .
There were some thirty membersin I Thousand islands, and up and down!
At Nobby CornerWhen the first band and they organized ,
the coast the pirate was at last cor- .'
y 1 Te Mystic Krewe. nered in Lemon bay. as he was tryingto
Hardee h4 heard somewhere" of I make hi. way through Oasparlllaj DRINK -
Qaaparllla and that name was hitched .ound Into Charlotte Harbor.
in Tampa buy your tires, gasoline and oil of us. Our on to the end of the designation SB the. A bloody battle ensued The pirate|
most that could
appropriate thing e
was no coward and his crew .
i
.corner is convenient, our prices are right, and conceived as they well knew, with halters
The man who, named the crew had heir necks. Their .. .around CRACKERBOY ::1{
an acute sense of the nroper thingto even their Long Tom wax no match,
is GreatIt do. His average In the namera for .the heavier guns of the government '
Service
Our league was about .600. He should boat and they surrendered at'
%>. remembered with pride. lasts Few were left according to the,) ,
The name Is reminiscent of the tradItion that has come down Gas-, )
is at your disposal while you are in Tampa. Try it and learn south In every sound The gaiety, the. parilla was one of the captives, so the COFFEE
langour the mysticism of the great story runs, and he Buffered the reedy!
what a pleasure it is to run an automobile. Gulf Is In every s>liable. Coral straiiiis. penalty of his crimes that Is prover-):
pirate havens, palm-lined beaches. I. btal In the pirate lit or v. In short hei' i',
We sell UNITED STATES and G. &: J. BRANDS OF TIRES. desperate battles, scenes of' bloodnhecl was hung at the yard arm of his own] D
and rapine. the milder side of boat .
Every tire guaranteed and all adjustments if any made at our pldate life with the day. npent on thesunbathed I The pirates' nest was broken up)
key.. the nights when the
The bevy of female beauty was released -
: 1 store. We give prompt attention to mail orders. banjos tinkle. salutes the moon are and many of them returned to|
brought to mind. whenever the name their home.. "THE RICH MAN'S COFFEE AT THE POOR
M mentionedlystlc Jtiat what became of the mansion of
f v \ Krewe of Qaaparllia Oasi>arllla' Is shrouded In the mists of MAN'S PRICE"TRIUMPH
Carnes Quick Tire ServiceKnow What name could be better antiquity

nalil..nlla a Gay no. One legend has It that the frigate .
burned out the pirates' nest, root and,
Oasparlira was one of the buccanerm -
Carnes-That's all you need to know about tires,; who made the Quit a terror to ranch, and .str.d'ihe; home. An-
honest tradesmen In the ttoubled days other story has it that It endu-od fort MILLS
Phones 2111 and 2323. Cor. Lafayette &: Tampa Streets of the clone of the eighteenth ceMtury m .iy yrfts though avoided by the occv I "
and the beginning of the. nlneiet >th. ..lonul fsh-rmfn who halted on that,
TAMPA FLORIDA Bpaln's power in the new world rtas utrerted coast the feeling b..ln" wlde- N.
I :last disintegrating The shores of _,,,read that it was haunted This story' '
the Gulf were practically No Man's Ate It that the old place w.1 dnallyConOLr'v.d -
Hour of the Year"
4 Every TAMPA i
"Open -
FLORIDA
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; Come to The SOUTH FL RIDA"FAIR and G ASP ARILL A CARNIVAL.



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''I PREPARATIONS Wr! 7l.r-FAIR ;.

; I COME TO TAMPA

NOw' if you really want, good FOR SOUTH : i II


and you 'come ,here. lor All ,preparations! hare been practically .the peaking In, behalf of the.director* of For the. Gasparilla Carnival l ;: :,

.. .completed for tho. South Florida movement' ,
( IlrUllam Carnival .Feature.
Suits,1' there F.lr'and QaapartUa Carnival. to beheld '. :'
Spring and Rummer The Uaiparllla Carnival which lathe '
your at Tampa February to.Ill;. with advertising and crowd-drawing adjunct :

'an extension of one da.)' for the l> nieflt > of tha fair, will be' even more Make This 'Maas Store ,
is no Store inI he I' oqth .with the selection of the Negroea of tM ectlon, and brilliant than those of former year. \
The
I Carnival has, a* Usual been extensively
features of both fair and carnival will advertised throughout the
'
we offer you. .: be ruperlor to any hitherto prttMBnted United States, and Is attracting" more
tin. the South. attention than ever. New featureshave
'
; Extremely low .rates are offered by been added to U.* and fully 160.- Headquarters .AYour ,
i I ;II; .- f '" Ik'JiJlrQad.) and ntoam hlj> lln** from 000 people will witness and. participate
I I ,points east. of the Ml* i."lppl river lln Us varied features on the

Our prices are rig-lit---are built .. 'laUo some point west and passenger bay-bordering boulevards. o Tampa, .
!'iiKents! of these lines predict that thousands also In the tourist hotels and American Ladies1
F Parcel Checked Re Ice Water
Free. Room.
t
of homesceksrs and tour...ts will and foreign clubs, which will be
and fairness! Remember be Ihe and .section "at home" to all visitors.l'r '
on honesty brought to City and many other convenience* to make your visit a pleasant -' .
,K\en lower rate* will be offered from <>(jruiii of Carnival.Following ..
points. In Florida., and Tampa Is prepared Is a brief synopsis of the one.
an5r) mall 1 order. intrusted to us to (-are for a Inricer number of Cnrnlval program: .
,vlailors than hiive been seen In a Fridays-King Uanpnrllla X anri his '
Florida elt>> beforeI'lorliluN Mystic. Krewe will\ arrive In Hills-\ See The NEW SPRING GOODS .which are now being .
gets immediate attention. iroH<..,*l 1'ulr. borough Buy and storm and '..uhJugale -
PRICES VERY ATTRACTIVE.
duplayed.
That thin will be Florida's Rreatoiit the city. This ceremony will be unUHiially .
.. product fair la guaranteed. by tin fact ImprexHlve.Saturday 1
that foul'teen South Florida. counties :' -Thl.. will be "Kdltor's
',will be represented by iceneral exhllilt Uny," ancj Florida. editor* and dlsII MAAS BROS.I'
*. while community and individual : ii mi lulled winter visitors from other
.exhibit will be neiit from other Stales will be royallyntei. .tlilned by
WOLF BROS . .counties, l ICxhlblts are also expected the Tnmpli Hotnry Club directors. of '
ifronj the Inland of Cuba.. Six exhibition the Fair Association and citizens generally COR. FRANKLIN & lACK STS."Union .
building. Including a main Plreworks displays, and other ,
"Good Clothes For Men and Boys" bulldlnsr I length, nine been erected on the fair. the evening. Station Cars Stop at Our Corner"
.
610 Franklin Street "round" bv the Clt> of Tuitipa. nrui SiiinlaSacred out-door concerts.
the Fair As"ocIaUon. und althnuvh In bands at different l points In thftciH
these have exhibit ..dmce of 75,000xiiuare .
feet eveij' Inch him been taken, :Monday-l>e lvrniited, as "('ubo .
K\t-ry product known to South Floi- I >IM In honor of the Kepublle of
1 Idll 1 will be nhunii an exhibit* will bi- one i>f 'reat variety meirv In wa\s peculiar to the I.ntln
A Welcome Awaits You nn most allrm'tl\e ever elected In Florid.i monster fantaMIc parade with louts' ,
fo.- exhibition puriMiHPM. iniiichlni; bodien and Bally costumed
I'liioiiniMMiU'iit IVutiirw.There l.idiv, Iduals pnrtlcliintIngTuesday .
". at the Store of the will bo presented, oil the fnlrRrnundH Reception to former I
.\ wliU are behind th* mu- KIIIKH and Queens of Ye :Mystic Krewo o If' ,
nl< lpall> one. HotelVc'dneH '
"- within three-minute' walk of tho \ ) W. H. BECRWITH JEWELRY CO. principal bunlm-BH ntreet "f the city. .rlcal. allegorical. commercial I an.l U.JC.L1 [''Y A!* I} SERVICE" :
the mont UI>-Io.da'f' ainimpnient :attraotlonn oilier floats. United .states troops and
yet brought miuth of the Suite militia companies, fraternal. or- '
Alunon and IUxon 11r.... Muny of thewe gunlratlon and bodies. ,
"will be. free attractions preHpnted each! Th"r"day-ran,1 coronation ball of
afternoon In front of the Inrue hran.l- Y" :Mantle Krewe of Oaaparllla. at the Packard Miller & Midgley

: When you visit Tampa for the.South Florida Fair-and Gaspa ..tan running: races al..o! will be run. I''rldoy-Varled features afternoon .
rilla Carnival, you are cordially invited to visit us. Make our store Scores of fast horne have b..nbrouht and ...v..nlng.HaturdPar..d.. ;

your headquarters. to Tampa for these race*, but .. of Noblen of the Guaranteed in Writing
no KambllrK will be allowed In connection Vyiitlc Shrine of Florida and other ,
Meet friends here. I h..r..wllh.urlh..rmore., the .B*>uthern Btates, and closing ceremonies i
your
vale of IntorlcBtlnic liquor on and ..
Use our Phone for City Calls. near the grounds will not be tolerated, MotrtTsy-The Fair as .stated will ..
nor will >n even *l((htly offensiveamuxement be extended to Monday In order .toHTlve
We have a Ladies' Rest Room for your convenience. feature be tolerated In the the Negroes of South Florida an 5OOO AND MILES
city. opportunity to entertain themselves at 8OOO
A call at our store implies no obligation U> purchase and Thrilling AvUtlon FIlKtUn.Spectacular the Fair grounds.
loop-lhe-loop flights There will be no day. of the period
visitors are always welcome. will be made In a.n aeroplane by A. C. on which some Interesting features
I Beach. America'* moat. daring aviator.who are not presented.Information.
'will, aluo Illustrate the uae of Iturcau.
i W. H. TURNER TIRE
COMPANY
aeroplanes In war. The destruction ofa In order that all visitors may be I''
large fort will be a feature. Every properly housed and fed at rensonablerates
W. H. Beckwith Co. art presented will be a "thriller" anJ the Fair and Carnival Association
i Jewelry In keepingwith other. featursn of the months ago organized a Bureauof CORNER
great development event. "We are Information at which the names POLK AND TAMPA STS., TAMPA, FLORIDA
-(, determined to make the features of of those citizens who will rent rooms
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY!' thin fair pleaalnx to people of ill to and board vlnltovO are lI l..d. The C. C GILBERT '
classes, and; nothing will be shown telephone number of thl. bureau Is Manager
Opposite Court House. 410 Franklin Street. that Is not novel and absolutely 2922. and Its agents will\ meet all
clean\ ." nald. Prenldent. W O. llroreln trains. .
"'"

I STORY OF GASPARILLA more who contribute their shire to
the occasion but do not enter the uniformed
BLOODY PIRA1J2 CHIEF parade or festivities. This

WELCOME Hat too la always well filled The
(Continued From Oppof.lt Page) Qaaparlllas are popular. to. the
struck by lightning! In one of the Scion King cf: Casparllla Coming
tropical storms that gomstimes sweepthe Since 1806 there have been seven
keys and destroyed.Certain i kings of the Oaaparllla bands. each
with his In 1908 and 1909
though I queen.
la
It is that It I old residents. In that country say that there was a break In the sequence dua' .
< ':.\'.\ ,," " fr' remains of the old place ",ere still to to disturbed conditions in the city that]
,
Into that made It seem best to pas* over Iheiannual' Drive inr and while here'get a new t top
rbe seen when they came .
If want best HARDWARE ,
you t\lC\ visit, ,. '
.
[country along In the days. of theEven O'Jm.Inolea.M" \ have been intending to do for time. .< .. , ', :
,
One of the.pleasant feature cffthls ome ;/ ; .
: .kf at the lowest: prices,!" ;' '. ...'1"1'" < \ 'Ii'ir"' he, year's ;,
k '
\0 ? ".( reception to the Krewe' be'given'' I ..: We rUKU rOps stock
don't fail to CALL. at our store IU
now on Coral Crp..k. near "?enn Uawaon Is. chairman of you a rebate for your old frame. Other
.
this advertisement
and bring Iemon. ha)'. In night of the Charlotte the committee In charge anct is as-
Ilarhi and Northern railroad w hereit slated by J. O. Burkley and y. M Anderson. measurements and forward'to you when done.
': with you. It is good for IO percent takes to the wuter In the twomilerrfiwInR This will bel'h..n/ on "rii':y.
of iHKimrlllii Sound tre/ '"- ebrhary 20, <.edlnff th v.p't of best
nil purchases during pre We make seat covers the materials
on $11,000000
Kecking
\i huiiterH are
\ ure *
be
the Krewe. and will cne o tresoclctj
n} In rmilid. ) Mold.,1. .. to hb..en
Carnival.We events of the >'ear. It \'lil; be Prices that will please you.
the dead. 1 It
the propprlj. nf the pirate be
II lowed to seep oht fc"id will given In
WUK bin ml In a IOUB bout whl< h was
invite make a brilliant event to Jhdge from what
to
il you our >.h<.iithed. 1 with < .ement an the stnrKc.es. \ hints of the oN'alr the kings have aiI -

J store headquarters.. Hunk. in to the make waters It of wnter the little Unlit"1 neck then. I true Another kingly: of st>the]e' annual events that Auto Tops .and Scat (

' wealthcontractor ll\'Intf In this
\ A
will be given an usual Is the kind'sdinner
. ; .. rlt"pent more thiin 14.000 scelilliKfor to his officers, ,.ourtt..r Irfdifs -
thls treasure. Kolng down with the "oelel '.
and directors of the )
CUlHSOllH a"(l pIllllpH' Thg loDK billet about twenty or twenty-five In all. ,
WH- located and, part of the tranniew. The officers, WHITTENBURG &
captain's dinner to the
.11- t roiiKht III'| It IH until. Iwil It IKMnttu Is
directors nnd king another affair
Thomas Hardware Co. of It )located
Bentley thut not enough wan
that will be given as usual It was
to repay, the ,'..nlnll'lor for hlH originated by Capt Jac. .k Mahoney.. Tampa."t
llul IN ileu 1 u..ileeUer ,
." $4.00. hope uol who Is Bervlng his fifth term as captain HOI-FLORIDA
uft"r plr.ilf ho'd ur- *-i'M"i'>K
= PHONE3196 = ., of the Krcwr this year, and will
for that 111,000.000 on J.,1.1'0 tjda I." the usual glittering suocea*. Some

11 06-8 franklin St. Tampa Florida > -.- of these dinners of ths prst aj-e. traditional TAMPA .
,
And that. I. no 'i>\,,. tut a brdfa among thine ,, ho rave been :
.
<'t. I IHead luck ..nl>>ugh to .be In rttendance.IJIBI .
of Ton I to..lI.now '
the storv
>'ear's dinner. for example, wasKrt''it
in the lnsar" a 1 lun btcai>de of It vas a wet and stormy night
his hunt for the I'-'t .i.h' .
>
-
a the Country Club.
Florida i Lands of Proven Value It Is thl-> .tory a: fi ,rilla th.UTe Iliatc> SI-%. Comes In Kfliraary 23.
bems Ilia
t Mantle. Kre". i.\'t h A3 UHual. the pl-nio rhlp w'kl' ;aicll!! \
.
ket IIH pinIwn .
name the with he
up I'ar pirate cr..w Clearance
't It i 'I.,. t found"it in for acarnUal" Big
N: FEATURING =_=_= aboard This w.ll occur on M'jnc .y,
Coulo a' >' L. .ler na.ne eIIIKII February 23, and advance li.'oriit-
de"llIn. "? ttnn as tp the hour tme boat is cx'iiectpcl -
Key Stone Park Colony .links of I'ltntc. !'>hll'| /'> !:, will be wired fiom r......s-
The KII-WC In Iheh \earlv festivals (rille as the boat coiies through. T>ii I
portrn\ the appr(>a,'h of; Uuapurlll; \ t pirates will land at the hotel Hid d.-
the South Tampa Suburban Gardens comes up the l loll>'. Its crow rejoicing usual fa.hlon.'ft..r w*>lrh t.iey w.ll; Beginning Saturday. January 29th, we will
at the proHport uf rich lout There parade through the city. IIn_ hundred
are high Jinkn on the i>lrut. shii>. pirate contumer of the B udies have Sale of .Men's and Young Men's Fall Clothing
AND They land with mm h flourishing ofcutlanceN been ordered from Philadelphia!
II Knapping-( pistols and parade More than G'.OOO; will be spent this to majie room for. Spring lines. Avail yourself
of Kiilly rosturned revtllfl.'s. yor. year In decking out the Krewe. A'ter
Palma Ceia Park Building Sites mal demand Is made on th- irxjrorfor ( the pirates JIH.VB d _viitarked the to attend this tale while attending the Fair ernd :
Ihe ke\H of the cI\y. th. '*"-".{ ft pirate ship Win dron dc >'n off the
the ftrons!: box *H and tie mr** ."">c-i-U- Suburb HeMuiil-il, where It will lie save you money.
( Tampa Close In Suburb) Ufiil mnldi-n,* of Ihe T n. during the evening ci\lr_ frlids of
Then <.urtiex the t--i'de, through thBtreetH. the pirates a ch.i<)o' to Mew Uie One
in uhuh the pliuten eyi!t over dln| lay of nreworVfrom, the\ most _dvantiigeoim Our management hu made -arrangemenls
theli captured "IH. Tlifct n'tht! comes point ..
I the In'''n.1 ball, W lth ,.,.. cro ,. I I... cf'the That night th. annual ball. of the of Boys' Clothes. Shoes Haberdashery,Etc.
.pirate kln>; and . tOO. '* I plilhte... with the He! ."lioo and orotvniiiK ,
ballot on that happt. <'('('u>,' n. Jthri of the kinK and We Build You a Home IF inuih iiiuili te\. ". IstilwajH th Mf,1 splendln, event Make our store your headquarters while in
.
Could .In\\loIn.\ IN I v ,. ...1 ('lIn of the ><'ar In soc.ful clrcles ancZ'thiayear's :
,. nn oneondei. th tt r :1'. '.1\" In v:111 be no ereptlonAnd \ .
'this the iiuanH of inali\ '.. .. ,,1:11: ax to the inure \\ ldilkiuinh "' ". t o'. or Ih will tike" th"'r full tihare und a
Uamiiirill.! (''irnlil' little more In II. 1'h<'\' IP |i.ih.ipsdo
An llliiHt r it Inn nf. him the M>'HtlrKro more to make It .a BUCIHH*. I th.iM.
TAMPA BAY UND COMPANY se han. "KIOXIII Is Mfon In the fart. unof the otheHlxty 01'ganlxatIonsthat KELLER CLOTHING CO.
.; that there weie onl\ thirtmen. inIhe will *uke prt.. but the) will have
first Imnd N'nw tlifie, urn Jl">. and no tin.ifo di In running .the big
7th Floor Citizens Bank Bids. thvre would he no trouble In making Hhow than will !uny ot the otherh. All
the number -OO. i\ery place would will unite In *hl< for the ijood Of '
.. \, Phone 391 6 ntlli he taken JU"IIUI the>. now aie. In Tampa, the glo-y ot. the Cigar City Franklin & Lafayette Sts., TAMPA, FLORIDA'
4It addition to the 100 a"lIve'm..mh..r of and the advannr..,L of Jt anal) of
. the hand. : there IB an honor "lut of 100 South Florldp.



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i AAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAL Sausage a la Rheima., TAKES. OFF DANDRUFF, '

A PAQU1N MODEL. .A LA ;MODE :: pound To prepare of usages this ,dish. two take cupfuls half of a Save Your Hair HAIR! Get STOPS'a 25, cent FALLING bottle t

:.1 mashed potatoes, seasoning milk: ,or of Danderine right now-Also
An Ultra Suit ,. two tablespoonfula of breadcrumbs '"'
Glace Kid ls Put Up In I' Skating gravy stops itching scalp.

FOR QUALITY a New Frtnchy Way.vwwwvlvyIvyV. "I For Her. of the Fad.n1TnTVnVV1VVYYVVYp. : .. Blanch tbe sausages by put-, Thin brittle colorless and scraggy
KNOWN ting, them Into a saucepan with cold ,
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wafer and bring them quickly to tbe heir Js mute evidence a neglected i+

11 ..i SEED BEANS boll. Then, drain them remove' tbe /scalp or dandruff-that awful scurf.
skins and cut them Into two or four There is nothing: so destructive to

1 tj We ca B make Immediate ship c Po pieces according to size. Place tljese In the hair as dandruff, tt robs the hair
y 4 of the NEW CROP-1915 a greased! pie dlsb -fireproof dish '
ment y of its lustre,its strength and its very
GROWN REFUGEE 1000 TO SFrno The r I and sprinkle them with pepper and ,life eventually producing feverish.
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: ; salt Then take about two cupfula of
1 SEED .BEANS and' other talus' : nicely washed potatoes 'seasoned and ness and itching of the scalp, whicH!\,

rarieties. W moistened with a little milk or gravy, la not remedied causes the hair roots

SEED POTATOES a ( \ and spread on tbe top of tbe sausages. to shrink, loosen and die-then the JL.I
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Brush over with milk or egg. sprinkle hair falls out fast A little Danderine r
v I SPAULDINGS titled with breadcrumbs and bake la a good i time-will
'. av tonight-now-any surely
ml ( a
4 A oven twenty or thirty mln tes. '
NUMBER FOUR ROSE j're\'r | l \ Canary Cru' '.1 : save your hair.
,, EARLY RED BLISSTRIUMPH ," )' Take some stole pieces of! bread rut Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's(

: r was ( ; |' : T; Into H.nnires. mid thin slices'of gruyere Danderine from any drug store. You

J JI while | j cheese, also. cut Into squares.' Now surely can have I beautiful hair and lots
All leading varieties of farm I '"1 ( take one piece of bread at a time, butter of it if you will just try a little Dan

w I Field, and Garden Seed JI I ernl \ I jI it place a slice\ of cheese on the derine. Save your' hairl Try itt'!

Write for catalogue and '" :: t bread cover 'with 1I1t".tur.tarul- I henrover i -
} I Weekly Price List. I male. ( jI with another slice of butteredlirend Of the 38 bureau officials in the federal
\' ( 1 i bureau of education eleven
t so that when finished the bread I are
we'll : I
Is evenly cut and the-cheene between.have I women.
E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. I 6U r Nil" |
:, j in'tle. .. ( saute' butter melted In a frying
k 2OO Rout Buy Street, t bp 1'11'1\\, fry to n golden brown and serve
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leap i .\ Grocer I
JACKSONIlLLi: :, H-.OUIOA with a lettuce 80111<1. I Ask Your
r IIIK ii.' I
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1 ( ) l ri "\\ ) p p-- China Book Ends. ForCHEEMEAiiS

% !: : nook ends ,
: are always/ interesting
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; her l,i I and iiniisuil: ones lire Bought after as

,, S ; gifts r"rIII. / occasions.. There is. a news
? I' ' ('t In china which H paitlculnrly, prct
Axtlt l>in'i\ .> , ) : .tThe iU'-l.n shows one hook Ming!
," "- ;, 1 .. I !' ll.it Its (-,ox-crs. of dni1( way. with vell I,

IIMI\. ; ) .. ) I l I"\\ speed, : Ii'n: i'S. and another, hooklnn.l'iij I
: I I "naIi i | , : I ; upright on the lower hock, Is I

i MM .. : I Iot'tly| oprn.[ 'J 1'1 lie ends me <]iilti' heavyr11aoslt.M1a :
'Illllll ] : ', l I '' ,' :all piiipn-es' ii lid, tin i nlorIn ,
: Trees, Shrubs and Plants If all, uu/ I -,' of the china, Is particularly' tiaras a a

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Reatonrr Broi, Royal l Palm Nurwntet r nod n , ( 'J ..1.; DR. S. .'--'-". ( ) .'..-.. .."...-, }
t' { U' "aedlC'' A,.. snare I II.. 'WANT: ID oar ( : :.
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;I _. tJ.v.,.... I:,( this -m'1rt -mine. Mlion. lull =CHIROPRACTOR i= ;!:
snH ;' nnd .a Ihrro-qul1)rr-' 1. \\ Ills .
: ::1: I'Itt/(11'N/1, 1-/1:: I Kl Its >-I'It.\! ( '-TIIll'' :f
1 When slum. : i I, I fT. Si llf, Mils nil\\11 1 1..1'. ..I' -> ;"ll 1
buy .!. KOOM :0-0' "' I 1-\\: IlI\'Joll'! 11'.11.1'100.: 'I .?
you ',''f !till I | | i I I 1 .. llHI-C lull semi .II.Ml. /ll\\ llllllllllS, ,
1- _ 11'"irt. i : i I ii\ i.ullsli: Ihi..'sli!i. ulnlr the lop, iif :i:: SIMXIXUsr: \ ON :MKOISM: : \ = 1) 1IKOMC: : DISK\SKS 1'
J n I I""c ' ( I. '' button hoot are" "(hi h1'ed"] \tiili Rill In' in Rissimmee Oflue front( !9 I to 12: ::'JO I'uesd.ijs, Thursdays ;
BREAD 80 VI 1v ULTItA, : and S.ituidujs
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: I.---- "" ( ; The I only method to relieve disease is to Tl'mOthe I\use-this .
H .. <'1' the ..llIIl'lidly' nnd l _
the ( hnopiuctor does l by> scientific adjustments of the spinal nerves.
H I Ask for the BEST .'(IN.n. of the pi' 'l'flit t.illiiriiiK! this nillst' | |' SO FEMININE! :: Consultation and examination free. :C
: cunt has had 111\ 1..11",1 on It. '1'1 In,., "\\'In | I --

I We make it. Every Grocer tell itgal shoulders lire finished. with a cape ef pi me ', ( ,, 1 I Women May Powder Their Noses c..--C- 0 -+e- -::.o.:-e oc-c a+e+++aac-c ao

t felt held down Ii! )' two little finlloinWith ui.itcs'? :' I Without Giving It Away.iiniin 1 -
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, 0. K. BAKERY tills % wonderful, purulent Cues. n man ( I I \' are acquirhlg) mine flint ': <---.X.---oX--: : :;<--X'"X-----X-' >O----o-----: -:-:->OO _
,! unique| heaver!" trln.rn. the only trim I larger" : I the halilt of t pulling! a powder :
wlll/oC beliiK\ t t\\11i hatpins' of Komui Inns! '' ( l
/ fr..1II'en' Imaginable hiding
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"l \9 E. A.NIEMEYER, l peitrl mounts smartly set In pla' <'u. upon ) i I I e and.. powdeling, their fares In : South Florida Fair i ,

\ j Mitchell Streeto4aooa4o4oo0040444000 should. i> \ I I It Llllt l...s/ one., conxplcuoiis.. and
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i FOOD AND CHARACTER.How I t' average/ woman diH-x not approve|. i 'ANDGasparilla
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I "The I she answers that one must. pow

., t Different Diets Bring Out Varl women ; I and 1 In this. dm of rush" and tits, '
; OUt Traits In Nations. "ml'nlllll |> l I ('('" she cannot always take time to Carnival ,

M. TILLER It is proved thllt.d\ ,,.' the wheaten enough up In the proper wny I

ting nations lend the meat entliiK.natloim : eehe|1'111,1 ( : la ,surprising, conslderlni Hint the I ar: A MFEBRUARY : :E-.A.. .
( Real estate Agency. There are some Interesting! very '
have I
.... observations the for the powder puff that some j
.wefe.eefaaaf..f..f_ an suhject- them ) 4th TO 14th
p ( woman lid not think of this
The succulence and! flavor of meat
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i Realty bought and sold. depend not onlupon. cureCu; l'oulo.ll1lt.hut , own .1".1 contrivance l before Stitched Out ,
Houses rented. cacy :I the center of (he handkerchief H I a'''
fed withIn I
on what the nnliua! was
, Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor the Rlml''n)' the meat nnd food of pocket,like arm isgement. wulcli : ATLANTIC COAST LINE .
characters. \burden, ) 'I as a receptacle for the puff. TbD .j;
non-residents. we eat Influence our will / may be taken ont'wben the baud- Standard Railroad of the South (.

surance.Fire Life and Accident' In 'I that Englishmen they owe are their"beef stolid fed and tolerant and to for It Is tbe I: la ready' to be' I u mule, red. The' low rate tickets. February 3rd< to 12th ;inclusive. 'and j ii; ,_ .4
in Itself la :odd In that, It,
,opens
characters, slow "to move to cnthiml- . : ,: ) February 14th, Final Limit February 21*U': ; "' I,',' Ii'\\;
Indemnity Bondi. J! _,enough the,Stop..totlxrwiIJn! ( .. J .'
earn, with a great: liking! for compromise'and ' at/( 1.1'"".'':'.'" Children Half Fare .. '
< : supply'of powder tit lie
.ooooooooo.oo..oooo oooo.. toleration and a;big I'facility I : ( emp- .z;
fastens with snnu- Include "
for forgiveness. In and agaIn a Tickets Fair Admission Coupons.

The porridge of the Scot makes him A
r P e4ooaooeoo o.ooooooooooo. argumentative and opinionated, nod ( one feels the need of powder For other information ask your ticket agent.J. .
of the In ,
a the restless vivacity of the Irishman is ( I center handkerchief.
the puff be gently G. KIRKLAND -
due to his potato diet. ed. a ( reposes may
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t C. W. GRIFFIN A famous actor carried his belief In ' against the face the while to bas all DIVISION, PASSENGER AGENT
owner
appearances' I
the Influence of food so far as to vary TAMPA
w his menu according to the character he been using her handkerchief and l;
If the hnnilkerchlef Is .. .
; Staple and FancyGROCERIES was playing, eating pork for tyrants only center.I I :--: '-.a"c.-
beef for murderers and mutton for one need not apply the .
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to add to the attractiveness 0(1 -

t lovers.This may have been taking mattersto 1 1I contrivance. they are to be made
different ,designs Ida, In and
many
fact
extremes, but it Is n that mot
( the- same! as handker<
1t I
ton lovers are generally of a quiet
4 Free Delivery to all Part temperament Bodth'l'n to sentiment, and the carrier may B!.., exer IDEAL T
her Individual taste by replenish
while big beef eaters are more often t
i :j of the City than not of-n choleric, fierce character. the. puff with her favorite face Cherokee Florideal

Observations of regular pork eatershave
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they are tyrannical, but certainly! porkIs
dlfft'r'D.t'rom\ other meats and quantities of tulle are being/ )I : PeruvianBoneFERTILIZERS ..
on evening! !gowns this season not
noted bullies have been extraordinarily I
for fashioning I the (gown but for
: fond of pork chops. Fat bll'onprodlls ,
purposes In wisps of draper
Joe E.. Johnston n lethargic/ 'bnracter-slow
I scarfs and in one gown ns n train
In thought and action.It and gold evening frock shows

Is alleged that vegettTrlnnlxm piece of tulle caught across the For quarter-century Ideal Fertilizers have .
i \ makes clear thinkers but moody characters produced
CITY ENGINEER of the frock and held with Jet
\ ( to Ihe'rl..ls.. the best crops with the biggest profit.
Lnst, but not least big bread entersare
I (!(' freaks are to be' seen among
i Surveying and of n ,dominating character and be- of the latest imiiortotlons. A Today as heretofore we give you the best

come natural leaders. I blue taffeta coat Is lined with' combinations of plant food possible to secure.

DraftingCIIRSO serge, reversing the order of
Herbs Fo-Many;: Purposes. luster generally In a rose and black
sailor 1 Right Sources-Right
Proportions
Mint-For meat sauces. evening coat where the waist ;
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r Angelica-For flavoring cakes. deep! H of the lighter shade and the Perfect
Checked. Blend'
.- Lavender-For oil and distilled wa I I I portion of the other, the lining of
ter. the color the rose velvet
reverses '
I I I :; New '
Sage For sausage and meat tress- lined with black and the black : "\ \ Catalogue right from the

G }$ FRRMER.i '. Ings.Sweet. i for One I rose Venetian purple evening \ \ .,, press tells ;you all about
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Fennel-scares used In flub Is lined for a depth of eight or 20" 0LB "; : It-descrilmsthellillerent
sauces iuluco ,, I Inches with a flowered and bro !J -= S I

IIIII-Thl' seed. used to flavor pickles '' line 1'0\\ I velvet ribbon, another proof of c brands and gives!'! valuable

Borng..LeIl\I'S bolted as dandelion but this ( ribbon croze. DE .sclJ'dlllelJ1c1formula j i
make /
Of spinach.ThymeIn. I .
t'spra AVrile for il.
of ( I Th. Littl Pig's Lesson. i
gravies and dressings of: ;: : '
i Insurance that Insures; stuffed meats.ChivesUsed. I soft the I I see. plfigy-wlg the king and once queen.went to court '::: Send for price list.AVe ) I,,

1 for flavoring soups and they said "Llttla pig, you can't FERTILI 2ER "
It Is 1 can "beat 1 the market ;
snladsBorage.. I come In ..
'. i, ,Protection that Protects / : *lialin and catnlp-U8'Cu! 101 are> ,"' !! I .. your face Ian't clean." M F D BY -

where one bus bees I Miild wheeled hIm away In a wheelbarrow Wilson; & Toomer '.
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useful
Tarragon-Leaves giving .
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place.
flavor to vinegar! and pickles.! Fertilizer, Co. j
.. (' pumped and pumped till thero wasn't
Cpprianderp fennel and caraway seeds I '- co;;
Used for flavoring sirups and cakes. II ounce: (; : dirt a speck upon his face Manufacturers: of Ideal Fertilizers ..
DAKIN AVENUE ter one : #
having medicinal value : wheeled ,
Among those they him back In the wheelbarrow -
Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE, FLA : Florida
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are hi* race was clean. -
belladonna sage rue, bore hound when he took off his' hat and mad. a bow ,:;;;:::" 0' .. -.. ...
marshmallow, wormwood, hyssop, and ... the king and queen. ?;"
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FRIDAY, JANUARY' 8rt9t",! THE K2SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PAGE 11.



1 1 1 1 IlIIspsp EW Gf -NW" ; SffiU;. NEVI Of IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have Involved In. this suit .other than the SRVKNTII JUniClAI. C.llrt'IT OKKLOMIII4.
hereunto set our hands. thla Oth day known Respondents: and that thenames' 4IH4IIT 4OLHT OF
1't' i -Mi ,v'- iii"'IOUT1 of ..cemberi .o.DvJllNERLEF. ot such persona so ,Interestedare HI8 (EOLA 44HNT1 IN .1

LegalJ RANGE CT PAST. >. unknown to the Complainants: and tHA&KiITWy ..
't Svt Gf.N'\V'41 8WV4 of SK'412' '.J1tItICLL: that relief la prayed In the aald Hill .: : MRS. SUMMERS
of ._. : ;;;;......
74WU I of NKS4! NWOf' SEtafNEt4 ,* H. M. COLE "H Complaint against such unknownRespondents ". Ce ( ,
S14 of 8R:>Z of NKVij: : ) It. Is, therefore Urderedthat.all Y. .
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Advertisemenisiussuissipis..isssspig L .
: : NW"U of RE"81'' : of 8wT4 isNW STATE! OP FLORIDA ) '. and' persona II'ln.f.rlladr'.r: : tn (. F. .,V pad 'iHlaale. H. Fay. Defeadaatn. -
to the .
> of NE > of NKU: ; 8\4i of .
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4 of NRli 4 'NWi of ;"*" erty situate In the County of o.c..oYa N4rTI<-HOn is still located inKissimmee '
NBMi
NKV NE I of NKU; of SKH ...u.J (4RU COUNTY.OF OSCEOLA ) and state of Florida, to-wlt:, Lots 1, Monday the 6th day of March
. OMDBR Oil'. PUBL.1CA.TIOJ or SEU : W% of swti" _... iii 'BE IT KNOWN: That before me. th. t,' 8. 4 .ot Block 4 of 8. A.: noUlnson's. A. I D IK ID,, the defendants C. F. Fay

SK'4 of SfiU ..?_._.J-.... 86 underalKiied Notary Public In ando for Addition to the' town of Kissimmee and Minnie R Kay, are required to appear iiBtillsellingSelect
'till' la Clrenlt C'o..t-: Deveath: Jafllelal Clrwltor ALt.1I TOWNSHIP II South. Range/ the said County and 8tte. personally City,. r gN :'t1.rl 140 yardsWest to the bill of Complaint on tile
.r ,! Florida, la ..d For 4>..,*.la .. t7 K..t. appeared Ii. U. Wagner, Lee :Jarrell of corner or the herein aaanst; them.
8W44 'of the 8W of Section 15 Township This order to be published once a
.
Coaatr. la laaaeerr. .. 8 of NWU <( and It. K Cole known and %
'. '"" W t ftcren All that of-SW'4' 8' ofSKV4 know to he hol'v\ 'di.II* named In 3d S. Kan KB J3 E.. and run thence week fur 80 day III the Klislmmee

E. K. !Skipper! .t al ;.. Florida Coatsaerelal .r BE"South: of Railroad p..rt. ; 8W* / 33Mvt and who1 subscribed. their' names to' the West 800 yards thence South 70 yards., Valley (Uasett a weekly newspaper Homes ChokeFarmi'Vacant '
: and thence East 800 yards, thence North 70 publIshed In KlaKlmtnee' .., Osceola couny ,
(oaapaay a Carp-oratloa, *t of 8E'& .' FlF.>4 of SF...'. 111I foregoing proposed charter.
al' Illll to Ualet .1HI. ALT TN TOWNSHIP 25 OUTH. ACKNOWLTS/XJICU/ that they executed h..tonl'a'iln.t: of .belclnnlnir I do appearto I Florida. -
In the above styled cause It Is hereby EAST. the .am.. for the purpose therein expressed Complaint .herein filed (liven under my hand and seal on this
HANUE 28 .
.> on or befarn the 1st day of May. 1918 the list day of January
ordered that the defendants, The .
iub.ri."U.
b. > .
and each of them and they lire -r hyrequired
Pennsylvania Company far Insurance WITNTCSS; MY hand and official seal else the said Hill will be taken all confessed j. .. .
to appear to the bill of complaint It la further ordered that thIs (Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court. Lots and Acrc
aforesaid ; .
on Lives and Orantlnsr Annuities..corporation a : heretofore filed I In this cause on at Klsslmnvee. County and State" / ,
Order be published week for tI..1) .6
crested and exlsthnit un- ,hI. 80th .day. of UeCember.'lA. L>. once a ,
Monday; the 7th day of February, 1(16 ___ I
twelve conaecutlve weeks Jn the Kissimmee .
6.
r the laws of the State of I'on.1.inla. J9
nnd F. Q. Brown heretofore re- thi It 1I.e further being ordered a rule that day. thin order (SEAL.! ;) JOHN fl. CADEI Valley Oacette. a newspaperpublished IF YOUR CHILD IS. CROSS. I age.-
.. of and for the and er Tw", ta.ry Public, State at : In Oneeola County and ofKeneral
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properv be pfilillah once a week for twelverormecutlve 86'f9.CnAW"'OnU CONSTIPATED
.
circulation In said Countv1TNKSS FEVERISH
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of the Florida Commercial Com MV conimlBBloir expires,
weeka In Kluslmmee Val.ley
pntty. a. corporation created and existing Oa...tle, a newspaper published in & JARHELX. \\ the Unnorahll'the : James W. 1 Look Mother! Is 608 Penfietd.St. South Kissianee!
under the hw. of the Htate of aid coiihtv.V1TN Attorneys Incorporators. I-gt IVrklim.th. J.udire of Circuit Coutt of I tongue cate ,
Seventh Judicial Circuit of theSlate
Florida, do npi>ear to the complainant.bill s \ KKH hand and the seal. of cleanse litlle bowels with*
: my : of Floilda. and mv hand. asClei'k "Cal. 1 blk.west of the'e.dofthe brick street
of complaint herein filed nt the
said Court at Klanlmniee City thla November III(... TO Ut'll' .T TITLE thereof and the official I seal of ....IdCo"rl. .
fornla. of
office pf the clerk of said court atKissimmee. Syrup Flp..
.e 10th. 1915. '..... .
111 tap 4 IreuK ( Mr.'entk Judicialilrrult this 21st dny of .lanitnrv. 1916.( .
Kloilda on the 17th day (Ct. Ct. Seal) .1. T.. OVRnsTnEET! ..f "',....Ido. la and for 4)5coIn ( Seal\) J. L., :I
of K: <'ltunry) A, I). 1910 'nnd that thla! Clerk Circuit CodrtOdceola IEtloul.t. . Mothers can lest easy after giving
In
order published; ; In i the KissimmeeValley tount. Ihaarerr. Clerk I
County Florida. Crawford & Jnriell.Sollcltots "California Syrup'of Figs because ina }
11,:', SIt of'. a iii'iii-rnl newspaper: clrculntion publishedweekly In HOCKHn & MARTINComplainant' K; ..'.. klpi.>#...- ... ',. !Oklpl..... 4".t.. Skipi.tier. I : Toi Couiplnlnants. r;-Jt ,
Solicitor __ few hours all the clogrged-up waste
for four a 47121rutri J. I. llolierln and K. Ki .llolirrln,
paid count once "Q'h v-epk --
441 consecutiveweeks prior to aaUl mift.Klortiln. I sour bile and fermented food gently
Onto. I IT COIIIT. 11'1'1'.0'' Cfimmeri'ljil 4 iiiiii.nn>, a Cor- \4tii4i:: KOH<< rt IH.IC\I'iollrpiirtnient \ S.ILBUIIOCKRI3AL
WITNI3BS mv hand anil the seal of FIAIII III ,. "I'n 1'1"1' .it liii I ".. I piur.tttil JMI'knnn. ,'Ille. 'lampa A Key i moves out of the bowels and you havea :
miM 1 couit at l Ktsalmmen I FIn''Idit, (181(1 It'.t tN.ItiI. \ ('ill NT1. \* rut Itnllwa. ) 4 nnina n3. n citrpOriii.u | .
thlH the 31 tin,- of 1 ,..,.,.", her. A. ]>. 1 % t iiM ln'. I $ 'I ae 1'.......> l hn..IIt 4'4.m|'an" f.irInniirnntTii of the Interior. 1. !<4. Illfllee . wcl, playful child again )

ionCiKuit I tin I.h. and l.rantlntfInnulflr nf lninen'ltiii'iniiis.. Sick children needn't be coaxed to
( Court J. i.. iivnnsTunnr.H. I Krr.llaiiad Iliilloelc. llreelier of l.jnnllnvin *. a ciurparatloni. lt..l.rrt JIlilwnnlM ESTATE
Jan. : .
X2. IIHll.Notli.
.'nl I ) Cl.'lk Cltcult I fi.iirt. Hank. .A 'I runt ( "'''I."a.mllnl. ,-. : and KranrlH I. 4 hnpln. aniMle take tnis harmless "fruit laxative."
S-4t ( i;ae4)l3 Count: *. l>'lorlilnMCI . I f '.. ........ 1I..hln.. l.&i-ent.irM of (.be 1.0. %m.mm.m..m*.%...*%*mmm.
I illhoiln...> \\ Ill and. rxlniiienl 0' .In. oil ..'..- : I...., In iy-ri' (tlven I that .1""I.h I Millioi of mothers keep it handy because I

C. lloyce anal OllicrM.llrfrxlnnli. wnriijt. 4lef>4tiMiil. I Itolirrt J. IIiltarilMillnnnnh Itsa,:,I h It. 1.011 II hula": I'l4iIil.ii w h" Oil I II I I know of r.ctiort the INSURANCEExamination
.. lilt\nr.li: nnil i.rn.t. >l. INItviiriln. : I .' they it on : .
.1(11) I 15. 11.11. 11".1 1I..n,1 1':111: ,
HI': TO i ur.iti I-OIIM tyi
I It a I..I"a' hv afTlin\lt hllilren fiml. ..viii- helm ..- :<; 0'':.2!. 'Tol,. t3 u,. lOr X\\" '. .11.1 Ni '. !I stolch. liver and bowels is prompt j I
| n lypydi .
lnttt nalil Jnc.U l lilt! .nrilM. drcraseil. of Titles
.. > .r i 1-\\ 1, 1'1..11. 4. 1'1'' 20I.lilh.. a
In the ( oiirl if the fniiafv. .II..J.. to the bill ,Ml.'il 'In the itl.ny..stab-il. \ !
"4iiIviii I'litrlila. 4>...eoln 4 otinl> I c""IM.U".t I niindl: C 11o>.re. !\Ir... H. \VItenn . ltitt',_ 27 1.1.: Tnllnh"1.; i-i, ""1\11.. and sure
,hiss ..11..1 ,,.sv I. p of. 1"11'',,,, 1.i. .",11"1 '
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1'cl1\"RI'.1 I IViTOi .
MIB ( imah. I It, iipp.m'iiK' fiom the > etutn fif iii.'tit'lfl' .- . , ... . Ask your druggist for a 50-ccnt -
; -i-li 1u'
.n vc I-.n. 0' J.I.. ilu.l.i.l'o I :Mi"V, II Hill. .\. TI'I!,,\ c... I it.iiti| I I. Htiliiin| ii.IH IHHIII..I 'Inth I" 'I.. la",1, ....." .. .l. "C"II.. ,I. h. ,,, "
nil 4 reilHorN.. l.rltflleeN. iI&.trlti.vt.nnI & I HOMO mil \\iuv T. lloce. Inlm nt I ll\\ ; bat of a Syrup of Flee, .

.nnnIu nil .1.r.na.i.tflhlst Muhli hntlnu inanr: .I Inl...... ,,r l>..-'. .fifiilaniH.f tv"ii Iltaity' I tI".1.II \JIll' i-i-. il.r. ,'tiii nHiil. 11..1.. tinil." .|.- "I'-'I. I tin. \ 1..1 1'"inn In...i.lii* ': fin' I'onnnet.tin. ilcfetnlntidi .. i.\il- ;I .\\,1: I P I I"': ':t"I:.iilt!'th I '.;';:" :;f i:_ I,-,-.Ii:II1 I! ;:i ii:: which contains"Culfor directions for busies

i :int'. nt Inn iiuiI i l II I f\\ ii resoondenceSolicIted.
nnip n iOiJiOl .
y.1,11 ft ml ..a'h i.1' you nit .h..h", no-. I .1. tit,. if I tin Htntinf rim Mi nnd nni'Kl . l tin. Mill nf t| I. ,liii lilil. tin' .l.iKn.in- 4 I 'I 't.t Illltl 1,5 "It _".p. childri of all ages-nilcl for growTr-sitJS
nn.l 1".1.! to ''nl< IIP* .. I..r I : I : \I.Il' .. i..ii'I.i. , _
tlfUil ii '| p. I "liitti \\nKlilnutoti. ". I lilKtllet iiml, ,I iiuiinls. "hlh t ". ntltl . . I till, i 11.1.
nil
clnliiiv Y" f'nlmiililn -
in oi r 1114.ue of taI i 11li.tn -
A . "f 1U1 .tllINt vi! .. ..Kill' !. ;' , ',. 'i.tnii.in \ .il'l. 'p it .1 1 .Inn, ti ."iti .1 ovl) I . II..t" .... I, .. I 1. , Cures Old Remedies Won't Cure. I
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<'$ l \ \ IIU I ni It In thinfm.t mil I..I .. 1.1"I' lie. Kin ,. "II " ii'' Sorts \, DR. J. A. TROVILLION
ul
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llf 1.I7./1. MRHll .1. l. lltl- f4iHno1i 'I,that Bilil. n..i-t-i .Hlil nt. ilefi. nd HUH I.. I .
..r I FI""I.I" tit. it i I-. I \ I i."i 'f |.u'.t'- i I in ,. . Tin w or lit on Hen, 'rol how :
t : fount I I'i .i.I.. ,IK 'lh' lltiili'l a'"! I ii h. I., I"1.,1' ,! to ,". .n tiitin .1' n. II t I I" " ''I , 1..t IOII..I..ndinl Specialist in
lit"
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" ,. IKI "" I 1)1)'i.I: M .111,1 i4l l tin s.il.l) I ,. ...' . .. .' . ,Hre ctited liy the womlrrful ,
within , 1)
slunifl 1..III..r: Ktlil i-i'liil I lilll i.f i .."".Jal": Illeil In nilil: i IIIHIon . SI I l.s: a. I' "" I r"l.h' CANCHR GOITRE AND TUMORS
.
II. ii.ii.ts ol? .
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r two \ '11 flnm I thi) iliti. h. t/.f. ..r I.. finMuniinv. : '. tin. Ttli ili\' ..r 1".1 i |ti''I ." ,, I 1t..1:1.1"I':I I : 1 \\ I i \ T I'I. : Porrr' AI"lc Ili-illtix r..J..v.
rillllti ul I th I, Bllil, I "i.i'it t"IIIIIH I InDU.IH the ,. )
I ] at Limo them wthout
a s ,
I.. .. i aic [ Cur cutting
I llal.il I Hi i. ml.' i L'i'lli'' I'll1- I'. liiiinr\ .\ 1 D 1HK1 i.tin in'1... tin ,.l 1 III 1'1, .ILE.IllM' ,,'iilHint I I" le.lo 25: 1.0
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1'1.1':1"1'-; : ; ; \VlIlllj.( I ,ill. itl.HIB. Of .. .. them out.
: Ill Illll Mill I hititc. II KIII h nirli, i-i i u .mil. :11.1 nl 1. 'I I .1.I.. ..1 .1.1ul .
: 3. i':\ nil.i .IH .."It..1 linnlil ilif.iiliint I .
aT"i .n'' nl, ,1. Hi, .nil I h i In n ,tm, .1 .ORLANDOFLORIDA)
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'MIII,: Kictitlvi. \\iiltB. In tin KlHMlninn., Anl-' llll. !tlll. llll.I Illll HIKtl l.nl'l. ', I IX .,,,,I II"
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,idl .*iitntnnil, **titiThis ; -. if I II t Ots I.1( I ar.-lion. III't "a. ",..1",1 u"'ot.1 till. I I. "Iiilefi Robert Riedel
4he Ireull littirt f.f the VrventhJililli'lnl ". I" S. FLOYDDealer
In I H.ienili.i' 24th \ 11 "" ti.lillil H mul i "I1'h, oTt'n I 11 iii. .1 ipp\ .u,- R.
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it ,mil,I ili fi nil iMiipl:lltiiiiif- I"''II I I .rI' .
'lorliln.. In Mini for -i-ivln' 'li-'t. ', I'll. ('
i iit I .m'I I ,, I 1..r. t CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
'tilt| 'IiI 1,1.I Infill I III..I. 'not' -
4 .Minty In tIl.u.II h..fi.. H\ .TMM; | .lnHNSI'iiNiCIionit : : '
tInSuit ilnt nf .\11.-\ I 11 1 in i;. .in., "I
I'.nut. K"al) J"'I.'I <'l.'rk 'hilI'I lliiM ."..1.1. bi. (.iilillKln\ ,1, i,". i..i II In Window and Door Screen Repair
K. 4 arlloii \\". 1 II (' \ ,
fl.\! \ rnHISiill. > ,. .
nf tn.iiitlito -
.1 It fur I tin I Bline, I" n i.i I "
\.. i Itor for Complainant. S41Mllll .. , ,. and Cabinet Work. '
In tin K
... himl.nn.l. |i'm-li- ".1) iliv. t iH liniti.
her
l.niilM Hee -
ller nail I
Sarah e .
i.n.1 i:. I.. ",,.....n an.l *"....,.. i C Ohl'I'I.It.\. ill, I'lIK I.Kill ' \'.illi iii .,i.t i.i< :.1 nr..mil II.-. ilium nl "Ii. I. ml,, thi' Groceries, Hsxy, Grain and Feed Phones : Shop 216; R.i..nce 237

. 4.. Morufln.. kIn l I" Mlfe..f1llntl! flliil In 1111-1 :IIS i\ii\i: \MI IMIIII11111 tin' 4th .1 it. ...r .liuit. A H 1 I'' u I Darlington Ave., Near Depot
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l'l'| Frelah
W. i'titKtN43t :
nl.oM' Ktntiil 1 iiiise, Hint .unh H....... I .IAS .

ft nil l iiulH H.-...... In'r htiHhnml anil r.I : :';fitlr.I IB In.r...b>. p Kl\en that the tin Jinlu.irIIIIN I Corner Broadway and .

Miiritnn: mill !\It II III.. f \liirnin. hiM' .'..i ..1",1 will. <." the Ut iliit (.t l- cl- .
'aif.-. Hi. ili.fi.iiiluntn namiMl Hit'n $In nn- run n'. A I.. mir! niiplto Ih,' Coternor <' (IK A IIMIM"'I'H tints C. F. THRASHER
inch of tin I .in non-r"MII'nl., if I the nf II". Stntl of Uitl'lii. nt hiM oflliIn .<. Try Us Your Next Order For Feed
.Stall'f. rinrlda anil that .thtrenl- the cit> ..r Ti,lift tyftKN...-. rim'Ida. for on SHEE7 METAL WORKER
.lence of emh i>f the Hiilil .1...f. lulniils Isunkiiiiwn I.It.IB pntint titrp.rutlng. ournelteNour In Court of the minty JiMlue. 44e ol
mill that tin're I IH no pi.miniIn HfiBiielat.B nnil Biicr..BHorB I Into a Klorlna. 4> erola I lV.ml Roof Put
the Male of Florida ",,r*'lo.. of suhpiiHiia .bolt.). iiolltlc. I I nnd corporate. under the 1_. M.fa on andGuarantied
.. upon w.horn woulil hlnfl I the snuljlefenilnnts name IIr The Qnalltv Store ..:...... of Paul ":. Truoell..
or tiny one of them and \vtaio 1..r..Y. tleclare. and, ahotthiit \ lit '1'1'1 1)1.K tip. t.."! !> 4'01 KTher.as V-- -5-----
that enth of sulit defendants. IB oi-r the f.Il.aalng charter and article \v Kllznhcth I Tl u.lell. hit ii a p- PHONE U9.R KISSIMMEE. FLA.

the a K<- of tentv-one yours: of Ini-nrporatlon I. a full true andcompl.te 1.11.,1 to this Court for I.-ttt. ruv of AilmlnlHtration .
It Is therefore ordencl' 'that snld nonri'slilent ". the orlKlnal of which on the estati of Pnul I nTrudi I
defendants I.... and tiny are la :now on"iil:.> In the office of the Kec- .II. deceased late .... said Countv FOR .SALE. .CASH PREFERREDOne -

her-IX ,- appesr to hb r-tiary of State of the Mate of Florida' of HHceolll.Theae .
of complaint: :rjjil..Jol"" said cause on orbefore at the .ald City of TallahaaBee during are.' therefore to cite. and admonltih DR W. W. CARSON .

r Monday the tth dav of March.A : the lime required: by law for the publication all and slnfculnr. tin klll.II..1"lid I block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. r *. vr*.,
I I> I16. otherwise the allilirntlonsof : of thla notice credltora of said deeeaBed to band DENTIST - .
said bill will tie la.ken ... confessed Ii \VAONER appear before this couit on or before ..
of F..hr..n" A. -itS 1 250 foot front 208 foot Rich Muck
by aald defendants : l.ER JAHHKI.L the .IMh day depth. Office
It i Is further ordered that this order i 11. E. COLE. 1916. and file objections If anv! thethnve. over Pilley Buildinc"

be publish once a week for eight. to the granting of Litters; olAdministration Soil adapted for Banana or Truck Growing. Office Hou.: 1-1 1-
consecutive weeks In the KlsulmmeeVallev ARTICI.K8 OK INCORPORATION on said iHint'other- Office 'Phon II

Oasette a ** simper published \v.hi.. underBlKntMl.. herebv and b>' wise the same will he frratited to salilEllxnbetl. I eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make Gas Administered for Extraction. of
In said County .. "n'i4 tate. tile,.. artlclea of Incorporation\ "8110- Trudell or to sounitit h..r fit your Teeth
l>one and ordered In } i.aimmeeFlorida. <'late nurBelvea together for the pur- pc'rs.in or 1
"Unn".ine "
this the 6th lay of January. pout* nf hecomlnic a body politic and Wltnerfa my as. ('""nty Judircofi . i home pay for itself.
.
A. I>. 1 81 II. itorpurnte under and pursuant to the the County aforesaid this the 10th
J. I. flVElU4TftlET. I I law.H of the State of Florida providingfor lay of January A. Ii 101AIKeal Two Lots--Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful T.M.RIVERS.M.D.PHYSICIAN
:MfRPHY .
4t ('I. Seal Clerk Circuit Court. the formation. manaKement. llalillItleM ) T. M I .

"'m. H Jackson.Bhackleford and immunities of corporatlona. t' County Judge5OTZtl4 .Situation facing Lake Tohopekaliga. Ideal
8. Hhackleford.Hollrltors the prntliilona of which laws are here and SURGEON
for Complainant. I.Bt bv accepted and we hereby declarethnt TO .IIEUITOII"
the following aitlclea br.t Incorporation spot for a Winter Home. A few minutes walk Office over Osceola Pharmacy

I shall constitute and l : I the charter In Curt nt the ('"".t,- Juilit- State of 'Phone Residence
('IT"'T'O 0' 'AI'II'\tTI'-"IO. ! of the said corporation upon lanuniree "Florida Oiireola County* front Country Club House. Telephone and Office: 148. I

of Letter. Patent according to
" ." la Court of the 4'oantr: "n".... "ta.* ol I law. In lip Estate of I ... Florida. O.re la foualr. : Article 1. The name of the corpora. AM fredltorw ,lK/ r '." ..i"'f' tion shall, he The Quality Store.Artlcln .- sad. .ll I'rriMinN hating I aim* GE'ofF.' PARKER
of W. ii." ; : 2. The general office. andprincipal nai Demands against said I.'at*aa 4> >aIlliderslRlled : course on the spot. Bargain. . I
: ''T
.JI"IW . .r-JI liIl ;JI' "till COt piano of liualneaa of} thiscoipuratlonj l You. and each 01 YIIU" are h'reby A . 'ATTORNEY

Ii'I'h.r..n..1.. Hentletta Hass has applied\ I shall ,' ho,' In .u'the,; cltymofKl fbi iflad _uiit. required 1.-; pr.aent ,.any c Apply] VALLEY-GAZETTE. 1 'J,.. AT-LAW
to I thI.itoUrtOr j on tho'entBte of Z.p'j'< U........ de* : of Kl jrlda.'Th board "of v directors ofyou." mayo hayetagalnat I the \.i' Col lecfions and[Con veyanc'eiUS

.. ceased late of said County of OHceOIIIiI 1 mnv estahllah branch offices at otherphicea estate [ Louisa Washington deecased'
" Thepe are therefore to admonish nil . from tuna to time aa may be late of hvcpola County. l-'lorfda. to tb SDecal'e
and singular the kindred and l creditors ..e..lr.*d. llxectltor of 8lllil Htati
of said I decen-Bid to lie ft nil! 'n.j.l-ft, r I -VrtUle 3. TI,.. pi'rlod exlwtence. ,Ithlii I two jcnrs from tin ilati-t II, ,teof I I 1-1 Broadway,
before this fouil on or ,...r..n "' 'i'' of thin computation" Hhall be nlnet>'- .,
lnv of Fibrtinr. .\ Ii. I'1"! "nil tile nine viaiByitl.li I.nlt'd nth A 1) flIt
,j.hli.rlloiis If lilly tin"* hni, I" HnKlitiiHiiK : 4' Th.. tft.in.rnl nit I tr.. of thelitlnllliHH J"n..nrr 1 ttt.\ TllnM- tS. O r Kill BBS ,V. J. STEED

of 1,.-lli-iK of ;.\diiiliilHlrnllonon ' of thin i in pin titi loll .hall beto 4.St t-. ut.oiti ." The of the world I.
snlil Hint.' '. ut h."i'" I... th., H i nn ** 111I ,di, II Kinelnl' ill \ Mi'nilH nnd notion .. eves KRIBBS STEED
,.. Hiihl, llfinl.ltn, l .UINR or . I
Kmnliil" jl.llllllllf. .mil I OIllllllHHllltl llllHllllHH .1 >iit OK 1'1 HI 14 \ I'io > '
sunn. ..I lu-I fit 1"- N.IPi KI IMMHOIIHllnenH ueii.iiill to do n in., .i'ii.l'"II.. nnd \\. mv. ntnn, .. ns (',''nntx'' .l U.MI.IH 1 liiiliy.ai. '1'A inrr.% on nil or aitvnf In < I Irciilt < .nn r ts ..... .*nlh Jutllt. Inl' I Irt ATTORNEYS; AT .\,
..r thl' I0llllt, < "r... Mlllll I HllH till 71 Ih tit. .ItiiNlneKH, nf. iftiiiil'ii'tiii'oM.. 111"1'-' 'lit lit P4*.R'e of i.i.ni I !... lie Mini for I

dn V of J""ual1., .V'jf'wrill-HV 1 : i limit' ttlniliHile' ii!lot it toll.I :imiioit- f r.M>titrfln Count>. In t h".r' the wIloSAVES Legal busIneBH of all kinds GinA
(4.nIi ; \ I I In ,.NHII| tilt'. 1 1;",.'I :lll\ M itlyoiit linl-:: ;I Illtll.tlH are on man :

( .4 f.lllIlM .Illlllf.llL'. I . itS til lllXI. llf \plOllllltB ;Illllnn ., H. I:. .....",. tiati '1'. I :td. IIr' ..... ci..'...r.- pronyptattentlon.
't i.'li.iliiliHi. lint. ..*.|1'.( hills iif i ill \ ....r.. .l..lnu liUMlnriH MM !'ii.... Altr Offices. II and 12 Stale Hank Blda
i '1'JlI' 4 ll" I 1'1' t'( inri. ill.iIll.': uiniilM. nf .tii\. i I I.IHH ii ,,4 Bcrtptliin' "I':' I': "lIl .11..11 I \ I 1111'1 IT ... I iii'i 1 ll.lltllf ia it ... eltlllt, '..1". I'II'H mill. j t omiilnlnniid
.....(lllllll \ \ ,J. l01t U.II.\ \ 'Iiit>ti. .riiiiilB' 1 llneiiB ..III... notlotiB I IbIIIUIH ,.
.UI"\'. IN I HIM'I':HI . 1".11., ire Ii.-rs. t-liiven. rnitnltiHI. I.In Sin. lk<>11..y. IMIlb: 'iN1. II.-llr.. ...-..rj .
.'Mil.' falirliK of nil\ kind hmiB. j Kit* I tell... **.olm I n >1..< 1..11.i ityl.. HIIMMII
Pfl'I ''I '. \11 > tt \I. "'1'0111':" f'O\l- liolil. util nnil 'niiBiimit| Ion. To iiuinu- I 1. a. >I mm....... \\ II.h.... llerniiril HimI Pat Johnston O. P. Garret*
I'''' S H roriinrntl.in. nricnnlard under r..IU' ii ,yi, din. i I in < '.'o'IIln.; ntnlim I .....n... ">.n.lotniin lljtth:I "I" iisua s.

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tin litlHllliBH. of limit mill, .. ..
< fitniilnlnnnl. \ nil I h hi mm iM anti tin M'mm UN.
.....: HI..I.. iiiukilB unit, ilenlitB' and tn tnniitifuture neil nil |...rN..nn 'Inl"oIu.-! I I 11.. iuil..n-ni ATTORNEYATLAWOffices
... .hut. ai.11. Import. It,y.i exp.iit. . rlliril Illlli \ '
iiitiM \ ii. Al.I.l'N. .': 1'. I. In ( tie r *|*rrt> clef-i In tb*
I>rfenilnn. 1
lint I Il.r "..itiIit of all kinilH .Miuklm1nlnlKli ; I'
flloil a I \ .' nnil ntliei |ni'iiatntionB' finIm.itB \rTiM\\iirl\r'iT i 1 M\Y 4-i"v;< 'm\: : ; BuildifigKissimmee

ennlntnavit, hnvlni'.. 1111....."..' "that. i :in. li'iitlnr: Infita noot HtretchIIH :- It app, *', rin ,, H'"n, i'h. :,flll.is it ,itI t \\ Fla.
unoiti bill In tlilH 'intiBi Intiriated limitjiu, 'KB, '''''Io".h.\1 \kH. Inn... I it .]*IHTin..ii. i.r S..II.. 1101 H r<.t. t mil 1- I
It liilloxe* I Hint Iherr nre piiniilii f".I'"I". lint Idea mul, ollni. ... 'h" I,. II
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herein jicavrlt. >l it nail\ IN. II 1.1 in i li M .II" I it 1 II II I
ln\ol\id,
In. tin ,piopiitv It. .... unil all nrtUlen tthUh unit I I1 shli' .lit.CH of I tin MM \ I II. it/ I 1.111111": I ) i for I
uu |hits. nnniea 111'.- unknown to . u'\.r\ ,' a moment
IMI i nut i lit.' 01 inltmitauioui.lthn |1.lIz. no irHKf 1. l lit tltSUMMII .\ >- 1 l lI young man
nnil hilxlnit deinnnili, ''I till"the onler law anil niljiartlca ,"\\1, il, In <.,"J'1'lIulI ttlth tin. liual- tit MM. t. i lit.im Ml It lit..ll lllltll'MlW, -:. .l.I pAUSE DR. M. J. HICKS
il1h
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other lao roniill.il| III.BH af..al.. 1Mnm, Ellj.h I KIm..II.. :\1": T \ \111 t t"I ii I
: l ilnlmliiK: InieriitH: I In: .I the prop.rlv .\ltl.li. 5. 'I'In.. amount of inpltnlHtnik I 1 tiiuiH'iiH' I nulin.,. I 1'Ii."I.'h: .&-n llIul.i', .. a thought to self. The
iimli Thin.
.. hiMiliinfli r il. Mcilbeil' r if I hiM ..in .piirntloii Bliill .he 1 i'nTtinuFnnd I III. ).I,1" imilMIIIM, I. Kpolllli, DtK, h. I I Ii and
01...... I-. (llnoth "ilei.nBid. iilihil| ) NUniluer PHYSICIA SURGEON
I I liollalH) ,ilftlileil. Into oniliiitnliiil .i MU'il (u 0 unK I tin u ti l lini u M \ .1"I Iiar
di. .. "n".'". n..11I .Ionium llnlo. ..ha''..... nf. the pin tnlin, ..r tin. "1 dp.-zia-I. or iiml"'r ,.It h..r of tlnm. or' .,.ii.. hun.In.I, ilnllirx; ..IK.It. Tin "..11..1 tin I 't'* I IH tin <.MI. \\ithiti' I II I, .-i. i Office State Bank Building
nthrlwlBi.' nnil nil pnrtliH rliilmlnu, ; an Mink nf IhlB our',j..i-nl loti.unit. In pnlilfui nl. I."lot'hi.i It h,,. s.'i-u I h.t. of s:,"10'|ii... r will few hence. I 'Phon...: Office 41Itealdenee
11I1..t In unlit p.r..op.' 'rlv. lo-wll : t thel.inilB In I"i.niii| I 1 % lalioi. in. HI.11 Ii'i H ati "I">n \\ In.in \ouM' t"l ml M..1.I tl. Id * nlliintiMl I I In 4 ..p..I" County, deni 1uM. t.iMliitliin to In. IKiil .lit the liiN 'ntv. I
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rllicd' us roll a: ..... (01',pot'utot, at n iv ui.t InK inllid folth.it Mis' I In ri't.tu-' ".l.-M-.l" ''h.n t 1,1 1 1II ,
)uil pnHeAltl.l. ..Fptiiil. E'4 of Ni:I 4.; HW'A' of Ni.:'4 : N\V ... *i The hu.lnpiR .. ".1 prinl.' n- Mipilrtil" tn uppMtii" ,d> Hn' \Mill: \ ..I f c'".iniilnlitt Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation-yes,
I' 1 H''lI of Sl'4'i; "r HW' 3 hal nPTtllB of tlilB c.n.,put,...II..n shill lie hit.il In Hiihl i.inn. on i.i' h* liii.> I J.W.THOMPSONI
E'., __ u __- -_ u.n-_ ._ 4 iitiihn, I..il lit o hoald of illiectot< ..r :\iHlilll\| , till. :til) .I.1 l\ of .\H| .1.] 1 I'M'" in the world, are the men who started to save early in life.
$N': : 0\} >4 :'r.S'I'I 4 --- -.--; 6Nf. not .I. **n thnn tlraor nyorthati flue ot hi.i \. (I...* t hi* .ill ,u,,ion of a.ill. ) I 11111!
N\V ; '4 of--8 ..- ; .\ill.li. 7 The nnntinl m.etltiK ofth. \\ ill .IM.* .taUt 1 ,i .... c'JiiftHHi hv H.ii.,1 l HHltillii {< I FUNERAL DIRECTOB-
.:..4 or S\' *' V4 _ ... __ _ _. .. ..t....'kin.111.. .IB ..hll\l\ lit In lil nt tin. | lit HIt They hate the respect and confidence of th community. .
NHVi of NW'i.; S W' of NW' ;: pilnilpiil .nfflc., of thi8 f orpin. .at Ion I iH r..rth.r. c..1| that this 01 il 1. iht i. I and '
\\ l4!:: if S\V"A ---_______----- 1 on tin. fIr..tI"h,,' In Felnuirv: ofir |.tiI. hi llIii-.I fiitf u w'.**..k for i'11" lit' ,
NV !W of N\V'4 ______u.un_ R in'h ." .'lIr. nt Hi o'luck, A.I or IIB rt,iHi.i.ul Iv 1. w\\l.a in* til e KlHHlnitn > Then look on the other side-at the fellows who rpend all 7 EMBALMER '
K': ... - n __ _ _- _n._ .u___ 9 B.I.in. theienftir, as Tract Icnlili nttthlih \",,1II"t.\ f11\ I .. :u "att'kl>' ti*.w H|1".I |Ii. i iinihltnlieil I LCENSED ,
Nl' of NF'. of Nil, ; -% of nnttlnir .h...... thiill I.e .......t..1 (In 0..1,1 l <'otititnml. of gi'u- make-they may hare a good time for a while but wiat does t r

t.: ::1 1 of 'i.f.; of a\j\ \4 :Of: I lit' mid, from the stocUh.ildi.. n honnlof oral l ,.'In.111" t"Ion In Ha id (Countv reflect? t Store and Chapel Stewart Are
r of : I-:' E' of dlii'ctorn for _Jhe inaultiK > .nr .IIl1Iln."h.I .- \\'ITNI-I-'K: tin 1lonof.ihlt. > JainpR \tVI personality I
N\\l',3 : wai of N\V of N\\ '. : 1 I i bonri of :dlri'Ctora. BO :.Uctid shall i nn.et I ',"t I kins. .luiL-f*. of 'thi i-I i"<.ult' ('mi 11of I KI.. mmee. Fla.
% L '4 ,'It' foll.vlig thi. niljouinnn th,. S.s ciifli ,'IiiilUlil:: :*ltnlt of thhtiilf "
l'ro} 'fj\\ r4q'w: SHNW 10 'nt of such meeting of BlorkhoM.. pf Klotlfln find nn. h.II"III". < *liiK A dola or so deposited in this bank will be th. I

i'(if NW'RVi; of S\V"i of inn) shnll. organize I.y electing from tht.r.-of ,and, tin. offlo-I..I HI';it I ..r H.i iitl I of honorable '
N\\ '4 : S\V'4 of S\V'4 unn.' 11 heir ii"n number' a Prisld.nt \'\lei. < ',,trt. thin. H 1 lut ,dav of Janu \'. .\ I I' am independent career.Make W. B Crawford Lee Jarrell

VVH o K\VI4- ____-_ hU -_-- 14 I't...slit. .tit t. P.cri'tarv" a,,.I TreaBiin i-. 1'iH.! 1 ; beginning now-today. I
N\j, : N'I I of sF.4 ; 1<1'4!: oISE'4 : but tin' Nanpi.ruon mn)' be elected 35ial" )) .1 \'I.nWnll-I.T your You CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAV
-___ IK Hi c r,'.tni;.t. and; TrenBiiri, < 'li'i l k I '| K'ult ,*<.ui t'l bank book will pare the way.
N40\\y/------------------ 16 Artlil.. ; K. The .kholilern. of this ( 3l\\, tirl & .1.( rm *.Iiillilttrm. .
N'? of Nr. '.* ; RW'4 of NEVi S\V cotporntlon Bhnll. at the nrnt nnnunl $ ttr "lIIl'lal"' ,",'" :, .,
Vt of KR4.V4: .._..I 1 __ 18 miM-tlnir,, or aa soon thjreaft..r as prut- -- Offices: 4, C, C, and 7 Citizens

E40 of N\V >,; snu.I ; snvi of lira"I", inlopt the iieresBarv bv-lnttn iiiuu: III.' Ii in.ii VIHI> Dank
H\\.4 ___ n - ____ ----. 19 for the ffoternment of thin corporation BuildinJ
N.\ >', of Nfl't : SI" of Nt' : Article. 9. The hIghest. amount of In Ireiilt 4.mimI, Hrteillh .,...11..llll, < I irciit State Bank Kissimmee Florida
SW '4 of NV'sfV4: orswl;. 20 I Inili-hl.dm or llabllltt to which thin "tnte ..f |.'|..rliln In unit, for
W\: : SE'i of NH'4. 1NIIU iyifl rorporotlon' shall nt any time be subject 4lMcetiln t ..iint,. In. haiicrr
of SI7; '4.; R'4 o! Nl':% shall he the sum of Ten Thou- .

of SI4 : itE14 *,f |i4 .- -- Z2NW'4' saiul dollarsArticle I If. ":. Snow nnd. T. Kd.: ltr, n... etp.arincr. ,
Nl of NW.4 of- $\V'. ; 10 T'ntll ,he first electionof ilolnic liiiMlurf.H nn Niioat A I LEWIS O'BRYAN'ATTORNEYATLAW
", '.w" ofNW >4 of 3\VV4 ; NKU officers the burliness and prudential llr>nn. of KissimmeeCapital : t
of SWU of S'V'4 SV4 of \VU affairs of thin corporation shall. beconducted ( omplalnnntM.s. .
of S\ IIJ' by the follow Inir named persona ,
- -- -- y Waring Building.

"''::4- NWt* .r'4N\V.t4-F.; '' of lt'4; at : U O. Wanner President; Lee Ida Mar Ilrlts. .:.11'. Stay flnlts. l.rnrarle stock __ ______ _________________$100,000.00
8W" of NW'4 : NW'4 of SVYNofNV'4 .Tarrell Vic* President.; H E. Cole ....It.. Mnlomon Mr) 'Irllnnil. Himnn - .-- --- ----

-- 26E4 Secretary and Treasurer The officersshnll A. $i.a.on,.. William llernnrd *>lmmoan. Ruc.erer ____,____________-______________ 40.0.000.0
roTN: ''; f(%. T- (adopt temporary bv-laws until Holomnn Elijah Hlmmonn, Whenever You federal Tools
N% of 'IE% or BE the nrit meeting of the stockholders. ... N.
3 : 4wt4 ; Marr ...1.1. "lml O. Pauline Kll- '
4 : 8W% of NE"%" of F.V Article 11 The name. and resldences ....... Mlntaioan aad Ada Plramonn. f Officer and Directors I Tae .
% or NW of $E'NW'4; ofSEj4 of the aunscrlbers to these articles i .... all persona rlalmlnar .. Inlerentla I Old Standard Crore'a TaateleM'
of 8E% 1 B% of SEN of of Incorporation. together with the property desprlbed" la the Illll CA.CARSONPreit. J.M.LEEVicePrest,. Te
.SEtl N34 or 8w14 ; Svi ofRw the number of shares of the capital of lomplalat. : Tonio I. equally valuable a* a

----_--_-_ IT stock subscribed hv each act oppositehis R..d.....* M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Pre.L General Tonic twcanae it contain the

NWH 01 NE SW% of SF.1% __ 18 name. are a. follows: TO ALL WHOM I* MAY CONCERN: well known tonic propertieaolQUINTNBand ,

.: w4, of of itmrjIN8W",0IN8W; ; II shares.D. O Warner. Klsilmmte. Fla., 24 It appearing from the affidavit' of ROM Cbe : IRON. Ito t Uf.D .

Nm% of NIIf; % of""NE 1 motNW !, Lee Jarrall.' Klsslmm. Fla.. 24 W. B. Crawford Solicitor for Com- moM out Enriches
,* I 'W\ft 01 5E1! I' SE.f ahnrea. I plalnanta. filed In this cause that there [ Ma Wjole 874400 SO ceota. .

, ,. sw ___,-__--M_____ so i H. B. Cole,.,k lmm.., Fla.. I shares. :I.are persons Interested In the property ., 1lp t .


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PAQE( 12. .1 THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JANUARY. 28. I'll.. .

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$6.ft5; heifers $..1.60to, $5.85; mixed '
MUTES DEFEAT HIGH CATTLEMEN ATTENDGONVENTIONIN DR. LEANDERELLIOT LIVERMORE
('attJe'$4.2& to $5; cows-$4.25* to $6; :

bulls) $5 to $0.25; heretics $5.25 to Political' AnnouncementsPOLITICAL

SCHOOL FIVE 19 TO 17In $5.85; yearlings 34.70 to $4.85f while TAMPA i '

I a fed ,odd oxen sold at $4 to $4.50; ; I PASSES, AWAY AT HIS HOME HERE ]

and: veal l calves at $6.50.: ANNOUNCEMENTS .
of the hardest fought bas A number of Osceola .
one (county men, ---- ::::-

kfttball games ever seen here the: St.Augu&tin'e _include Hog receipts about 1000 9500.head This that did were not Mho are interested in .the: cattj. Industry I FOR-.'MAYOR Dr.-- Lcandor Elliot Livermore parsed th
Mutes, defeated 'he OaceOla will likely attend the Cattle away at his late homeon "Ver- retirement from active work notwithstanding .
local-packers from
direct
to
other -
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High School "five at the b&ll park Conference be held in 'February .. he" of long-lived'fam
.to Tampa non avenue, after a4 rief, acute ill waa a '
cheaper western 'markets. The I hereby) -ann .
; yesterday afternoon by a s ore of was $7.85.' Trade 'was active top 7 and 8. The conference will] for re-election to) the office my of Mayor ness, last Saturday morning- January ily, his father having!- ,.reached' ninety- .j'
very *
of 10) to 17. be held at the Tampa Bay Casino and 22, 1916, at 9:15: .o'clock. Funeral four ye ra. ;
of Kissimmee
from start' to finish with- values fully, subject to the White '
The game( was spirited from start .indications point to a large at tend r services were held Sunday afternoon<< This variety of service indicate ''I i
Primary. If
10c! higher than yesterday. The bulk again honored by the
to finish and had the locals been able ance. !beginning at 2:30 o'clock. Brief services what was eminently true, that ( :
of the good hogs 150 Ibs. and Upward, ballots of the electors of Kissimmee, : .
shoot foul ''goals in the The conference will be held under Livermore of much lea Drt
to as game, 'were held by the of the'i was a man
sold at $7.50 to $7.75; pigs 120 to 140 I pledge myself to the continuance, of camp
against Orlando last week the result the auspices of the Florida Live Stick the ing and great versatility.
Grand Army of Republic 'and .. J'
I
record
Ibs. at $6.75 to $7.40; lighter pigs my past in the office. I will
would have been diff rent. Only five Association the Southern Settlement I Christian services were conducted by Dr. Livermore served in the Union
$5.50 to $6.65 with rough hogs at appreciate the votes and support of -
;foul l goals were shot out of twenty- $6.75 to $7.Southwest. ; and Development Organization the those, who approve my past service i I Dr. W. p. Witherspoon of the Pres. Army two' different periods, and was 'II

five chances. The Mutes were proficient I Tampa Board of Trade the South' byterian church, assisted by Rev S. a first lieutenant *' 4
hogs or class from and endeavor to show that appreciation I
at this Wetherby,. the center, I suspicious territory any are uncertain Florida Fair, and Florida, Veterinary in the fulfillment of my duties W. Lawler, of the Methodist church, Dr. Livermore's late residence wall 't

shooting eight foul goals out of nine sellers. 'Buyers are fighting thy of Medical Association. to the best of my ability. and Rev. A. M. Chisholm, of the at Lebanon, DeLand county, Con nee- J
chances Among the subjects which will be I ticut. He had usually spent! his
summers
t them as far as possible, except when IL R. MAY. Christian church Dr. Holt, of the I
: Points for Kissimmee were made as they can be guaranteed corn fed. 1 considered at 'the conference are : Baptist church not being well enough there- and his winters in KisRimmce I'

follow: Johnson, 10; Cooper 4; and Natl. Live Stock Com. Co. breeds and Results; Sizes and FOR MAYOR to turn out in the inclement w lther. for the last seven years; 1

'f Tiller 4. Points for the Mute Wetheiby I Weights; Florida Cattle; Range; Conditions I J hereby anounce my candidacy for The rerlininj 'were interred temporarily Dr. Livermore was a man of genial f'

14 13. Lorenz 4 Holland 1.If Forage Crops and Rotations and broad culture. He
; ; : ; ; :Mayor of liissirrtmee subject to the -in Rose Hill cemetery, there being disposition :

The line-up was as follows: Kinsimrnee TOMATO VINE CLIMBS I Silo and Silage; Grade 'Stock and 'White Man's Primary, March 4th.I a very l rlCe attendance and pro J held the fundamentals of Christianity "

-Johnsori and Cooper, forwards; Thoroughbred)*; Tick Eradication; I will appreciate and fuse floral offerings. I I with clear and deep convictions while i.i .

Tiller center; Carson and Beuter TEN FEET ON PORCH j Brahmin Bulls; Finishing1 at Home; )>Ol.t. FRED your M.vote BASS.sup I; The sympathies of a lai'Kro circle of i he bore a broad and fraternal. spirit *i :

guards Bullock replaced Beuter. Packing Conditions and Possibilities; j Christian friends go out to Mrt. Livermore | toward all Christian people. Consequently ;

Mutes-Wetherby arid "Lorcnze, forwards 'j'jI ; Transportation of Cattle and Pack- he was popular all j
I I FOR :MARSHAL:\ AMI: | in this experience of Rrwat among t '
t' :Mrs. M. who lives R. F.
; Holland' center; Wright, and [ Qtiirin on I i inn House Products. I II TAX COLLECTOR'I't :' grief and -they wish her all grace and classes of people as a pastor. Dur- v 1
: .
D. No. 2. of
Anderson, guards. out Kissimmee broughtto The committee arranging! ;!: : for the romfbrt.Leandvr. ,I' ing his residence in Kissimmee he has j

Ben Iworenz, n member of the M\ite the Valley Gazette office this. week I conference is composed, of C. F. Barber Ke this means of announcing ,,i Elliot Lh''fmore'IIS born been in such impaired state of health *.' .

team;, is a son of Walter Lorcnz of u specimen of tomato of the mall president of Floiidu Live Stock my utndidacy for the office of Mar- :' nt I Independence! Alleuhany county, including! deficiency in hearing, that '

this city. 'l.lIow'HI'iety., which grew-on n vine ,-.A.--ociatjon ; B. L. Iluniner? secretary -)I'al and THS Collector of Ki.ssimmec. :New-; Yoik. March 2
t.'. There was a good crowd present.Official that is used us a ilecorution on the Tan*pll HOllrd of Trade; J. E. -Ingram. I am making this nice upon my former from Gorman-Scotch stock. : at church Services but when he could '4'

wer: B.K.. K\an!<, refeiec! ; )poieh of her hom('. i I ;i \ire-pre ident Floiidn Knst, ': Coast. ic'coid of < el'\' <'e in the "-amo ofluf He wa tnnnied Aug-ust 20, )185S, I attend and hear wu.i exceptionally apjijfl

l O. AV. Undeihill Pi'of. R. :'1. Evans This vine i is ten feet high! and sixfeet : railway; J(. M.; Pimlell. Jr., vice-pre.! iili'iit inn! \\rtl "|1I11I'l'ial.)|) the \otes and, to :\li'i' Laura: Etta :\Iax on. He wasmuriud precialive and I'l.'spon..i'e.VI' . *C?
wide and, continued it bloom all ,
and Fled Pollock tim .leep'I'R. >q Southern Settlement' and Development 'ii 11'1| of those who uppr '
roo and of the small pllowuiiety ]
fruit
The local team will play the Tampa wipti-r" > i Organization) ; J. A. Pride, I 1 11 COM., ] and to them. I jilidmmy, me K.: 4'oon, Pecember 2, ISCTH. TrI ful and patient in hi.... afflictions, and

Imps here on Friday February 12th. \ is continuously iipening.: J C: 'lU'ral! 'induMiinl. Hjrent S. A. L. inilay I"f'! to a fultillrni'iit' of till the leIM. I this uife c'ie !born tn\o ons and! uiulouiied in his faitb and hope. He .' 1

On February lllh the team goes lo .\ CH'ESTIOJlOX] : AT TilE i| \. \\'. J. Ciaig; pas!
Winter llnvon for a frame. inanagi, A. (C. I.. iiulioiiilV.; Ci.! i' 'h le.stoiatton. to" health that' }he
('IIIW-n 1.\\: (' ((' :-; (' :\ \\' ILM) TISOX.OK :: Alice N. S\ttellee[ survUes: and re1ilr su<

The :Mutes have a fine tecoid, havjng '- Iliinein" |ii. c-iilenl Sni'th Florid.iI nt :Moniovi.i California, , anil i iII is might continue in ChrUtmn ]labor, buteire.ss.'d

lost only one game nmf that to All \\ tto \\i ili nmy \\iit<' their 'itu| '-- I ,ni1, : 1 I'. \\'. Pinter, "ei'i ct.ti'>" Klorid.iitiiinai ( / :M \J]{ *II1.LM ) : ,rnothir. nf (He rliililien.. lie \\as | oiual] \ it'iidtne'w, to eniluiein :

)Duval llijrh School of .Ja 'kson\'illc by: lion und iliup' it i-ito t'n> hn\ .ju-t 111- \' \ Mi-d'i.il. .\-.ociatlon. 'r\\ ('OI.l :( ( III.. .h.d the. thinl, tin", .Junc I 12.: "!II.I. retn" "i-nicnt. or ,pn-s to bis future

one point. Tlil'r011 from I'alatkaby I I s'("|(. the dour.. All '|iiii-tn i I.- i"i, liinleor : to. :MsKll.i Coirclia Williainx, wluiM home ; ne\er sei mnir to think of 'an.1 .\ -

.::4 to 27; dilanilo 1M lo ]11 I anil DC In 11.1"'Jdl"t ,iv: ,f Ki 1 Ih'1' but liiumph anil "IiI --.
[ ., thin t",h iloitiine v.ill] ''ie LUIM" ani 125 ACRES ARE -inimee : i \'i\e-. I
Land [51 to )17. .. _ _
I li. i l'\ "mi 11", HJ\' l11.iola'y! He \,1, anil inni'Ml the
i ..11v.i i 1'1.\" the p.i-tur' PI the. li -t .,. I. i : .t'n"< "' t
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I h" ..'I I I- i ll i till.n) lo till" O'lli: ', of M I II'! It.ijitiM' iJiuiih. a"t I'Hlr'' ,,," il .ni'i'\ \\lu'Ti
I"r
:ST.\ 1.0l'lS !.I.I'I': S'IO'l, :M MKII: : i i \ t inni1i t \ n i' POTATOES
SI'E'I1.. IEI'OHT! J\ < hih.hu \\ ill p i :,., h 011 PLANTED IN ',,.,1 ,.11"j! 'I 1"\' I ',.lli. ;">, i l.i\e -. I" In1) \\is :i1nut elexcn jcni- nf iirc !II.! TO THE FANCY WORK

:Xatjonal' Stix[ Y.-ii.U, III..Jan. , ':.Miiki.f. ; he. Ti"ue i 'bin i h." --- -- -. I !IIJ" I"'plt.| if j\i; 1IIII'!;ee in tin- uts: i.nl.in"<'il a iioiH-tci in the It.ip1it -

I - .) n i- il,n :i.K the. |I"> I i .11 t In ti'e In.-! liuiililien be w.ialmut thnty MAKERS (
2;, )liilC:' INJISSIMMEE
( ( i''111.n 111" i J 111"p"i I i. 1 )
Cattle] receipts 1(1(10.( ( The maikt-t .\I50I I' OI'K( ( M.ii.l'VI.KT.R: :I '"I I i II'> \ ,,1.1111)'. II ,iuair( : dotted, 1 .','a"s" of nifv.
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ai.d I. ]a-t I
a : :.ire : in "i- 0"1'i i yeai'"I'lii'ir -
|" "')1't.to enl'iiKe the- la\VN of lie vi'fefxc'd his literaiy I'Jxicatioti
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in the native catlle bv i i.sion "has
; ie- pine-. The) ill pin'tnient say- '\11\0111' tic. ''ling to enter" an exhibit
It is observed. that l.ite-t 1'lor-. I lu1late and the oiciinanre-, the '
flected more less. decline this week tie at Alfieil, :New York ; anil his theo-
or
"LT'iiiuulI.small. -looks of pota of any, stJe nf fancyoik at the
on the strictly corn-fed stuff but this ida Ka.t Coast Annual ,lefers to the iily Mahout l'al'liaht) a'ld a I see irical! training for the ministry at .
toeseie hehl on January 1 in the i Orlando Fair please communicate
cirmunhtance' has in had i Kissimmee. Boanl'' of Tiail-- "a mo t my .luI)'. I will appiociale your s-up- the Baptist Union. Seminary of f'hicaifto -
no way l any important potato pioduting state ( With Mrs. :N.' C Bryan, by telephone,
effect the mnrket for southein I active commercial body. I[1'01'1> and vote.GEORGE. t and at the Union Theological Semjinary "
upon Tins the > of conditions 4fTter or personal. cull.
is revers a ,
'
classes of stuff either native south It may be technically (concct, but, W. ()\ RSTHEET. I of New York City. /
or !
., year ago. Then .stocks wc-ic-, unusually !; Premiums ere offered crti fine sew- L'inK
it certainly is "far-feUhed" to lefer': He received recognition of m t byI )
ern. These kinds are uniformly I ".1. KOMlllli: i 'of also
I laige and Southern polato growers ri IM\Hl I embroidery every style; JI;,'
to anything in 'u state of somnambulism 11.11 'i ION institutions .
steady with last week's I : : I receiving: from appropriate -
close though :
who compete in the spring months - every style ofv crochet tatting point
yearlings are IS to 25c higher and us being "most active." with stoiks carried over in the north- Tin. < '!( >' 'Kxirutlx: *' ..oniinittei- I hvVlilI. ;i the decrees of A. D., A. M., B. lace, bevel work, shell work palmetto
,.\ .Man. H I'liltx In tinl'll \" of Kl'
W. J. FRIPP. "-
canners strong. Among the sales ei'n states were warned to fcxpect the1'1: .'''"".... htlel.>\ ( nil ,fi,ml. |>r"'I tiltfor' ,11)I and D. D. These decrees indicate wire-grass and pine n lIdles.
made hoiHim I "r H \\' liltMan! '" Primary, hig-h merits and it is fitting to say .
todaywere: Steers at $5 to Gold and brown is a good color low prices which prevailed last spring. | el.<...11..11. In IKhrll' Iti the I'ltv of 1':1.: -
combination. II ttln ime In < omplt.i tu ullh rli" IUMof that Dr. Livermore was largely self- I Women in Bulgaria are emnlowed]
"Supplies on hand January 1 1916 thi'' Xtlite: of Florida, Hi.fd i>rlmaitn ' > educated. on most all kinds of manual labor.
hi' ht ll I ; :tinlioiirH: : : ;
ilutinK nxid
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly for market estimated/to be about by
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days aie ( law .nnr Hie holiHnx of I'liTtloiiH. onKatui It is remarkable that a boy in his
Tn Old Btattdard general trrnrtheolnr tonic. Tour druggist will refitnd moatr If PAZO 38 per cent smaller. than a year ago such
II' OROVK'8 TASTELESS chill I TONIC, drive, out OINTMENT fall to cure any. cue of Itching I of randliliilcn for city ilectlvfolfletH t-ens should get a vision of the I
Mauu-i.rartche.tbebloodandbuild.aptheiy>- blind.Blerdlng or Protruding fllci In 6lo M d.y.. 15 per cent smaller than two years to ,hi' \ .uti'tl for at the general. I' nobler of life to choose such
.*.... A true tonic. For aduMl and children. JOe .I Th Arc ipplicatloD clvci. fmme end Kelt. Me. I ago. 30 per cent smaller than three election to. on he Haturday.hrlil. In Halillt March >25th.ofKlKNlmmi'i a career things for himself as and then persevere BRACE UP .

I years ago;: but 16 per cent larger than IDlfi. I
(|uallti'a>lon> of Klretora.Those till he attained his goal; but the .

CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS NO STOP I four"years If for the ago.purpose of comparison, -permitted, anil to only vote thona. at. or perHonii.participateIn shall very presence of Dr. Livermore. indicated Ll-Ver-Lax Will Wake
the management of said primary distinction and ability;. '
the estimates in percentages of mar eli'Ctlonci. who are white .elector!, who '
V
: i in all five < You r Better ,:
II declare their ndherenc to the principle Dr.- Livermore held : pas. e.ef
ketable stocks] of potatoes on January and organization I of I he WhiteMan's '" .
I'arty In tlie city of toral charges and the last was for P-
MAKES YOU SICK SALIVATES"Orison's 1 be applied tothe estimates' of who are by the laws ; KI..lmow./ about twelve divided into three . : ..
: years That tired dull
total production it shows a total of Klstilmmee I lawful .electors, wh nave I. feeling headache
on or before February 12. 1916. paid ''periods of about four years each, and lasting grouch are most probably -
105.350,000 bushels on January 1, their poll taxes for the yea, ." 1914 and I II due .
occasioned to a clogged liver. Now don t
IfMIi.1 who hn\e refrlitereil. Uto andInrltiilfnc i those interruptions being up
1916) compared with ir.9,544.000 f a Mnreh 3rl IMA!, .unil whoph'dK' make yourself feel worse by taking
Liver Tone" Is Harmless To Here's my guarantee! To to any drugstore 123,292,000! two Ih..m.., .l\-H to nhldi' by the riHiilt -- I by ill health which required change of nasty disagreeable calomel but clean
,. year npo years ago
and no rent liottle of Dixl- !
get a of natil |>rlmari'li'<'tlon arid vote labor, and each interval was for about
Clean Year Sluggish Liver "oi.'. Liver 'lone. 'lake a spoonful and i 149,845,000!' ') three years ago, and 90- for tin. iiomlneeH thereof Ht the entmIliK I out that bile and make yourself) feel
ll\' h 'IIHitliialincattonn t four brighter and better generally by taking
years.
if it doesn't ..lr \.ij.'ht'n jou rijjht, up 778,000 four, These! figul'esindicatE' i i
years ago. of l'aalId.t_
and Bowels. and make you feel tine anil \'ifforoiin I ThoHi. .. linil' onlthoH I ,IMTKOIIH, nhallhi ;I This pastorate was at New Market LIV-VER-LAX. It acts safely,
that southern need
1 ", ant jou to go luu-k to the store and growers l" rmlt I. d to 'heroine I.iillilld.l, ti.H for. I New Jersey and during a connider- surely and pleasantly and is made en.
fear burdensome j offlceH to 'he Voted 1 for I In' Kaiil' primaryeleettiiiiH i tirely of harmless vegetable material.
.ITfllit Calomel makes j-oii nick. It'lltiorrilile pel jour monp)'. IVxlMon's Liver Tone noi. a competition) : u ho; >i li.iun t hetiiHel vi' ,In :i able part of his ministerial life he
'lake a done of tlie dnnirerotm M deMtrovinj/; the pale of calomel! Itecauseit with northern stocks of potatoes this \\rltlnx. to ahlde| l h> tin rixiilt of nil hinliiiai ,I' LIV-VEK-LAX is guaranteed to
drug toniglit ILnd.tomorrow. jou nmy low in real) liver medieine.: ..ntirely vegetnlile | ,'\ iliitloiiH and Hiipiiort thenoniliMi'M 'acted also as editor of the Sabbath give satisfaction or your money will
a day'i work. therefore it can not salivate ormake spring. I thi reof who, me qualified I! Recorder. He was also principal of I be returned without question. Insjst
"The United States" concludes the uml<'r the I.IWM of the Klate, of Klor-J on the original bearing the likeness
Calomel I is .
mercury or quicksilverwliirh you HK-L. Ida find i'it\' of K i"Hl' nililei1 to holil ofHre [different boarding schools during his
cuntea. necroms of tlie IxmeM. I guarantee! ; that one Fpoonfiil, ; of Doil- report, "seldom. imports or exports .__ I I eventful *. This double work and signature of L. K. Grigsby, for
( \ 'Calomel when it comei into contact lIOn'. Liver Time will put your slupgiBh relatively] a large quantity of pota I.Ut of Ofllem tit lir Klllril.Enrli 'care< sale here in the 60c and $1 sizes itOsccola
..
i.1"\1. In tinlt>' of KlnHlminei' his health and for
t with sour bile crashes Into it, breaking liver to work and cleaa your bowels of toes. Therefore the European was iinalilled.. to xote In HalU primary i finaly broke dowji, I Pharmacy.
it up. Thin IB when jou feel that awful that sour bile and constipated waste Hhall ,lue the rlKht to \'otu In caltlprlmar M u

'. Duwa and cramping. If you are slugKiih which is clogging your system and making I has no .material direct influence upon >candidate" forme for :MiivorOne O H o-o->

., and ".U knocked out," if your you foe) miaera. |>"". I guarantee. that the potato maiket of the United landldate< for <'lerkone .
liver U torpid and Iwweli con tip.t.'
or you have headaclie, diezitieM, coated, keep your entire family feeling fine for I candidate. .. for Marshal und Tax Classified Advertisements

tongue if breath, ;W bad or stomach BOUT, months. Give it to your,childr..n. It is CollectorOne candidate. for Member of City i
just try a spoonful of harm I.... Uodnon'ii harmless; doesn't gripe and Uiey like it* Council for one year .
Liver Tone tonight on my guarantiee. pleasant taste.C Is This Your Experience ? Two candldiiteB for Member.* of City

Council'Iv.I..mh..r"foi: I wu- years of each.4he KxecutlveCommittee . ........... . . . .. .. .. . T._. ... . . ... ............. . - -; . ....;"

for one year
; A. CARSON. Pr idenU N. C BR AN. Secretary. Many KiHsimmee People Are Afflicted Tlmr for ttunllfrlaK.Buch DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway."
his
deHlrlnK tu have
perMon Tiller.
with. Ills. election 29 ft. o. a.;, converted cabin cat
Annoying Kidney nam<- prfnted on the pilmary ;

The Waters & Carson l.iilliit shall us a file fundlilate with the for chairman any city office of WANTED-To he"ar from owner of completely equipped for cruising

Are you bothered with too frequent this committee, on or .before February farm or 'unimproved land for sale. Will sell cheap for cash or trade
22. 191 J6. his notice of ciindldacy and
action of the kidneys ? Are the secretions application\ to have his name MO printed H. L. Downing 178 Palace Bldg., See or write W. W. Saunders, 316

colored] do upon u blank to furnished:: by tin-' Minneapolis Minn. ,6-4t Mabbette St., Kipsimmee. tf
highly -- they con Chairman' of thin I committee and accompanied
tain "E'diml.'nt-burn dr scald in voiding by the Amount of his assessment
Grocery Company as specified below and no BOARDERS-For rooms and board "
? These are all signs of kidney name of. any such candidate shall be FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage ;
printed upon or counted or returned close in; $12 per month. E or meals apply to Mrs. M. A. Clark "
sickness and should not be neglected.Kissimmee such ballot unless
If printed upon any and Insur- 216 Verona
.shall have been E. Wells, Real Estate St. 6-2tpd
this piovlnlon ,
\
people recommend Doan'sKdney compiled with. ".. ance. 104 rosslel Ave. (The Inn) J
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Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES : Pills. If your back aches and K..rM of "..lIof.Th. STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE .>
.. xotlrnr. In said, primary electionsha11
your kidneys are wealc you will find be" bv first and second: choice ballot TOMATO PLANTS Strong intelligent, gentle excellent J
In compliance with the provisionsof FOR SALE-Five million, Living
no better recommended remedy. the State pilmnry laws, and the ston's Globe Tomato Plants from condition. Money refunded if no

Mrs. R. L. Seaver 324 Bermuda names to of be the voted candidates for shall for be arranicedon each office best seed grown on new land; price 422 West Oak street. 6tf _:

Ave., Kissimmee says : "A fmttvmmu of ttrtarmm.This Bartow Fla. 46tpdFOR FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For \ :
ache in my back kept me in committee shall meet at elKhto'clock .
I', M. on the 4th day of March. pasture landsfifteen; acres in Kiss
At times if I
misery. attempted
. . . .,. . . . . .oCt.oCtoOooOo.oooCtoCtoOooOooCt oOo. stooped or 1-116.! In the Cliv Council Chamber. of SALE-Twenty acres on Kis- immee, well located. Address Box ",
to lift anything, it hurt me the city of. Ktsslmmee. and publiclycanvass simmee Prairie: well located; $25
the returns.. In accordance 245, Wauchula Fla.]
cash. Address B
WE SELL: WE BUY : awfully. The kidney action was irregular with the "Primary, election law of Hor- per acre; care 6-7t

and] mornings I felt all worn- been Ida. and nominated declare what for each candidates office voted have Valley Gazette. 4-3t FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for 1*.

BAY out. Doan's Kidney Pills gave me for. and t he"'chairman and secretary FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and light housekeeping. Apply at J 51 9
HIDES of this committee, within two day* In
2 Buick good Broadway.
one
i.. GRAIN 001 -0 more relief. than anything else I had thereafter shall certify the names orthose wagon cy 6-tf
good tires must sell or
candidates. reeelvlnif a majority condition ; '
FURS ever taken. The backaches left and vote for miv office to the city authorl- trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. POSITION WANTED-By a middle- //'

FERTILIZERS my kidneys again acted regularly.: tlis. of Kissimmee as offices the nominees to be of'"1 Box 221. Klsslmmee. 7tf aged lady as nurse for confinement J\
for the y0'
WOOL (Statement given;: May 21, 1908.) this for at party the iceneral city election lo b" cases. Price reasonable. Lough- '
SHINGLES OVER SIX YEARS LATER held. March 25. 1916. MONEY FOUND-Call on R. D. man, Fla., P. O. Box 95. 5-2pd i

.. ORANGE BOXES .. .. AND .. Seaver said: "Nothing has altered Mrs. For.......Ih.of. Ih.purpo..Assessments.prospective primary... ot detraylnjt,,1.Uoo.. the Includcr. fiXf..n. -- Guice No. 115 -Park street 62tpdTO ioU SALiJ-A good gentle family j 41'

ALL my high opinion of Doan's Kidney f rl0 .. t o: :: EXCHANGE have 1100 acres horse. A. M. Story. 6-2pd A |
.. k ; rne b .. llowlnac coal land the P. R. R. forty
r of
WRAPS on ,
ORANGE
.
Pills for they cured me. ft."I., .. ar. h'led a.aln.t.. W WANTED>aily Express shipments i
COUNTRY candidates", for the various miles Price 60c at all dealers. Don'tsimply of
wish to exchange for Florida vegetables and fruits. Macon
VEGETABLE CRATES offices to be Hllert: prop ,-' >
PRODUCE ask for a kidney remedy-get Mayor, ThreTe Three; DollarsTreasurer. Dollar. *: erty, either Improved or unimprov Produce Co., Macon Ga. 6-6t

CRATE NAILS Doan's Kidney Pills,-the same that Clerk. Thre* Dollars. ed. Will trade all or part. No -
and Tax Collector, Threer"Mem'ber agents. Address Owner, 1102 Bid- FOR SALE-Top in
.I' Mrs. S aver has twice recommended. Marshal buggy O. K. con
.. . . .. . . .I . . (. . . .. . oCt .'. . Foster-Milburn. Cltv.Council. One Dollar. well St.; Pittsburg Pa. 6-4t dition. Will sell cheap. For
- Props., Buffalo ... particulars
I..p..f. FOR SALE OR TRADE-Forty acres enquire at Gazette pffiie.
N. Y. and clerk
followlnK Insonctor* '
The '
We cell field and garden eed* of all kinds. are hereby deslnnsteTl to conduct the good citrus land seven miles westof 6-2t

attention' to fitting.out huntina- and camping said orlmary election : Loughman. Land all around this
Wi give special part ea. Annie Oakley, the greatest of women INSPECTORS: : J. M.: Gardner. Q. C.
Free delivery in city limit 'Phone No. 12. shooters is now teaching- class I.lvlnitston. H. N. Bratton. Clerk. A., property selling from $mS to $50 ; FOR SALE OR TRADE-Automobile
of ladies how to shoot said class being A Thomas an acre. Make ma an offer for in '
for good fertilizer Ak for circular and good condition. Can be
,We are county agent. u* priowa R If. BULLOCK. quick ..t.. Rouse, KUtlmmea. seen at
located mt that famous winter retort Chairman. 'Y..J.
M. KAT?. .
HOWARD Lnpfer &
Prather
fertilizer Fla- R. F. No. 1. 8-4t Garage. 47tf
*., '; Pinenurst, N. C. Secretary. '-et &.I. ,

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