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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 4, 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: VID00736
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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GOOD' PROGRAM U COUI Cii'S AID 0\Board of Trade OVER $$700 IS

DETAILED PROGRAM ,


) IS'READv"rORCA Winter Chautauqua. . and' FOR PLAN IS Annual-Meeting RAISED AT

u ,.,- .l. The annual meeting of the
Artist Festival : Klssimmee Board of Trade will f

\. SOUGHT be held at the city council hall SMOKER

KISSIMMEE, FEB. 9-12., 1916 nextFriday night, February .
. .., .. ., 11th, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.: P

FEBRUARY 9 If the attendance in too large
TWO LOCAL MEN NAMED TO HART MEMORIAL CORPORATION for the 'council hall, the body BOARD OF TRADE LUNCHEON
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LEAD DISCUSSION ON IMPORT. 2:45 P. M.-Brief Word of Welcome ASKS, ASSISTANCE IN' PROVID. will adjourn to a larger pl..ce. RESULTS IN BIG FUND FOR

ANT TOPICS AT CONFERENCEOF Local Citizen ING REST ROOM AND ENTERTAINMENT Officer* for the year will be WORK OF BODY AND STARTS

STOCKMEN TO .BE HELD IN 3:00: P. M-Grand, Full Concert. FOR THE WINTER elected' .and plan formulatedfor CAMPAIGN FOR EVEN LARGER Z
the work. Results of the
THE MOZART
TAMPA COURTHOUSE ON FEB. QUINTETTE VISITORS TO KISSIMMEE AND membership and fond-raising AMOUNT PLEDGED FOR. NEXT

RUARY 7 AND 8. 7:45; P. M.-Concert TOWNSPEOPLE. campaign will be announced' and THREE YEARS.ANNUAL .

: . THE MOZART QUINTETTE definite arrangement discussed -

8:30 P. M.-KARL JANSEN. The Swede from the"Lind of the } and arranged/ for the expend-
MUCH INTERESISHOWN'fRES"NT Midnight Sun." in a moat unique Swedish entertainment. BULKHEAD IS UP AGAINCOMMITTEE iture of the moneys contributed. MEETING SOON

Every member and all business -
FEBRUARY 10 men of the city are urged'
INDICATIONS POINTTO 3:00 P. M.-Extraordinary. Concert and Entertainment REPORTS THAT IT to' ttt'nd as the business Is important ENTHUSIASM SHOWN AT FUNCTION '
LARGE ATTENDANCE AND IS "STILL, .FIGURING" ANDCITY HELD AT GRAYSTONE
The Famous ALPINE SINGERS AND YODLERS and a full membership
TO INTERESTING MEETING ATTORNTY O'BRYAN should vote all ; HOTEL, AUGURS WELL FOR
,', WIIICII SHOULD RESULT IN 8:00 P. M.-U. S. Senator THOS. P. GORE "The Blind Man SAYS NEW YORK CONTRACTOR be brought on questions to SUCCESS OF BODY AND PLANS

GIVING; AN IMPETUS! TO Eloquent." Subject: "SOCIAL DUTY" IS STILL PROMISING TO up. WILL BE FORMULATED TO
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PLANS TO IMPROVE INDUSTRY COME HERE AND LOOK OVER USE MONEY TO BEST ADVANTAGE -
FEBRUARY 11
WHICH IS PROMINENT: IN OS. PROPOSITION AT AN EARLY -ROAD !MATTER IS DIS

I CEOLA; (,()l'="''TY. .., 2 45 P. M.-Full Conceit' ,and .Entertainment! ! !, closing. with the DATE. I CUSSED.
.-- dramatic presentation : --A Marital Uilliculty.. ---- RAILROAD COMPLETES
Two prominent: men in the affairsin THE GILBERT SHORTER PLAYERS Whether the city will and can officially Exactly $710 in cash and a large
Osceola I county will ,take part: in give financial aid to the planof amount in plodges: were raised in less
the program of the cattlemen's con- 7:45: P. M. Prelude. Concert the Hart :Memorial' Corporation to ITS NEW STOCK PENS than-an hour at the Board of Trade
SHORTER PLAYERS
. fennce to l be held in Tampa on Fcbiu-. TilE make a rest room and tourist headquaitrrs -f-- luncheon and I smoker held at the

arv Tth mid Nth. They arc S-nator 8.30: P. M. RAY NEWTON The My tifier. in an unusual presentation of the Hart Memorial building CAPACITY FOR HANDLING: SHIPMKMK Graystone hotel on Wednesday evenng. .

:1 Arthur I E.; lioni'trim I' ) and (Senator of Magic Music and Mirth. I during the winter. months and a (OF LIVESTOCK ARE !Most of those who contributedto
'f (' A. ("al'-()n. Roth pace \been' nam d i "community ('('nit'. during the entire I.: l DOl'BLED WHEN ATLANTIC this fund signed pledge cards to
-'fy 5 to !loud tli-c' 'unions:: ; of important top- I FEBRUARY 12 ;year, is now in the hands of> Ote'' CO\ST MM: BUILDS :NEW give the same amounts during a space

f j icto the cattlemen\ of the .tate 2:45: P. M. M\Y SHUMWAY ENDERLY Dramatic Artist assisted finance committee of the city council. PL\NT: LOCATED WELL OUTSIDE of three years.

;is: The confi'MMicp will held at the '. by ANG1C; BELLE BATTIS, Pianist, featured in The matter was placed !before the ; CITY LIMITS. This smoker and the fund raisedwas

,' court house, ill Tampa. It was,. first "CUSTOMS AND COSTUMES OF TilE city ('ouncihy\ a strong (committee the opening. gun in the campaignto
I nnouiiccd! that the sesions would beheld EUROPEAN PEASANTRY" which appeared, before that body at That the Atlantic Coast Line railroad raise a definite sum for the supportof

g l<1 at the Tampa Hay Casino, but 7.45: P. M.Prelude Entertainment 'its regular monthly meeting Tuesday believes the stock industry in the board'of trade during the next
the change has !been made because of MISS ENDERLY and MISS BATTIS night. The committee was headed by I Osceola county with Kissimmee as its three years and President Stanford
(iii panlla features which are to beheld Miss Elizabeth Aultman, one of the shipping point is destined to grow is was authorized !>y the meeting to appoint -
at the Casino. 8:30: P. M.DR.. F. Q. BROWN, of University of Iowa enthusiastic) workers for' the rest I evidenced by the fact that the com- as many helpers as necessary

The Southern Settlement and Development Subject: "THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF MISSIONS" room and community center plan. She pany in building its new loading pens to continue the campaign until all

Organization has taken a explained the plan to the.council and has increased the capacity two-fold. who can help have done so. This

great'deal of interest in this conferS .. told of the success with which it had The new pens, which have not been campaign is now injjrogress.

ence and has been aiding, in the camtpaign . . . been put in operation during the pres- completed, are located well outsidethe When the luncheon opened. the
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t:!' to secure theattendance of ent winter. She cited the fact that city limits not far from the new Graystone Wednesday evening, there
cattlemen and others connected with many winter visitors have visited the road being constructed to Orlando.A were almost an even hundred businessand
the industry from all parts of the BASKETBALL TEAM IN SERBIAN! BENEFIT TO Hart Memorial building daily, have lengthy sidetrack has been placedfor professional men around the tables. .

h country. It is anticipated that the 1 registered there, have become acquainted the loading of cars and the pens A splendid lunch was served and'while
attendance will be large and representative WINTER HAVEN TODAYThe BEHELD THIS EVENING with the townspeople and are twice 'as large as those which the guests enjoyed their cigar\

not only from Florida but from I have thereby formed a kindly feelingfor were formerly used inside the city the, business of the evening Was opened
all parts of the South and West. the city. She also said that it was limits. Instead of two-loading chutes by President Stanford, who asked
The program for the session follows High School basketball team The benefit, entertainment for the the plan of the corporation to improvethe the new pens have four and these are that those present give just .two 3
left this for Winter Haven war sufferers jn Serbia will be
given
morning of their time Kissimmee
: grounds of the organization and equipped with all modern conven- hours to
where the boys arc playing the Win- this evening at the High school audi-
9 a. m. to 12:30: p. m., February 7. to build croquet grounds and tenni? iences. Mr. Stanford called upon O. C.Pierce .
Address of Welcome, Mayor D. B. ter Haven High School team this af- torium. The program will start at courts. She stated that no charge is Kissimmee has for yea wanter the' the new manager of. the Gray.. w
McKay. ternoon.. 7:30 o'clock and will be as follows: made for the use of the building in railroad company .to move its' pens stone hotel, who stated that he had

Response; C; S. Ucker, vice press The team: was accompanied by Prof. 1.. Selection' :by High, School or: the.daytime; but that it is rented, out from, the city,'and although frequent come here to make the Graystone, a

'? dent Southern Settlement and' Devel- WN., ;Harris, of th, high school, fac. chestra.' .. ". ,, ,""i "* ,', at nigh} ,,,The income Is not.sufficient' promises.J.jweriL* hade,.jio'; 'actlo "'was hotel In ally\ that thVjiame; ,Implies.,He-
t oQnaentJAddrees'Paeturage7Present Orga !i n .;Jt w..' ,;: ( ulltywho i ;\, i is,) t.he.oj team coach... The ;2. :_Song. KeBnneth: ,!McPherson.! \ l t carggjrorj thji'Jtenlargred! : $plansfand taken 'untilecentlj! yfwhenl he" city asked the: :o p'ration of the businessmen
and members'ofj" $ thalteamtwhoTmadeq,| } .the !!' .' ? \ Through China? a"e the movement is one for-the goodof councU'paased an' ordinance forbid and outlined his plans for improvements. .
Sanford.: trip are:' Carson, Beuter, Bullock, illustrated, by.L.'AHamilton.:: He his assistance
Possible, J, N. Whitoer the city as a whole she asked that ding the driving of livestock throughthe pledged -
Discussion, leader, Arthur E. Done Johnson, Tiller, Herzberg, Cooper and 4. Selection by Orchestra. the council give. it some aid. streets of the city unless these in any movement for the better.

gall, Kmsimmee. I Jarrell. 5. Song, Miss Josephine! lIamilton.ft. Others who spoke in favor of the ,animals were securely tied and; led. ment of Kinsimmee.
Address, Finishing at Home \\'. A. The next game to be played here, Song, James H. Armstrong I plan were Mr. and !Mrs. S. B. Ault This precluded the driving of stock in I John' M. Lee. next called upon,

MtRae comnxbsioner; of agriculture, J WIll )he that against the Tampa Imps, I 2Song, Kenneth McPherson. man, !Miss Elizabeth Donegan, N. C. herds to the stock pens for loading I dwelt upon the idea of civic pride,
which will be played at the baseball 8. !Song' !Miss Josephine Hamilton. +
Tallahassee. and made necessary the removal of clean-up movement, bulkheading the
Bryan, J. !M. Willson, jr., Rev. A. M.
Discussion, lender John 1\1. Scott, I park Saturday afternoon of next. I 9. Song, James H. Armstrong. Chisholm and Rev. W. B. Wither- the pens. lake and the building of good roads.In .
station, Gainesville. week. 10. Selection by orchestra. regard to the bulkheading of the
experiment spoon.) Councilman E. C. Bryan also
Address, ,., Tick Eradication, E. N.' PT. Ac'ompanistliss! Louise: Thomason. -I' approved the plan and the council referred HEAVY SHIPMENT OF lake, he said that there was no reason
Nifrhhcrt( ', U. S. department of agri- BREAKER NOTCANDIDATE I it to the finance committee to ; to wait and that he thought the city

culture. Chairman, II. Clay Stanford.An j.m''stigate. and report at the next I council should act at once. Mr. Lee
R. H. for- ORANGES THIS WEEKHeavy also stated
Discussion, Dr. Treasy FOR MAYOR organization for Servian relefhas ; meeting of the body. that he regretted that
merly of U. S. department of lI"ri- the St. Cloud people and those of the
The lake
\, been formed in this country with .bulkheading proposition
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culture. in was again called'up 'and the committee I Third Commissioner's District, had
headquarters New York and shipments of oranges and
Ii. M. Breaker has definitely decided -
Address, Breeds and Result, S. II. 'seen fit to ask that they be allowed
branches in in charge announced that it
various of the was r
parts grapefruit were made this week by
the the '
not to enter race for I
GaiUkill. Mcintosh. 'to road district. Ho
create '
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The "still figuring. CityAttorney. O'- a separate
I states. amount received from the the Kissimmee Citrus Growers Association -
Discussion, leader, C. A. .Carson, nomination for mayor, however, he spoke in favor of county-wide bond
a
of Kryan also infoimed the council that
decide to enter the for proceeds this concert will be trans- affiliated with the Florida
Kissimmee. may race counoilman. -
issue for'Jeood roads.
mitted to the head office in New York. he was still in correspondence with Citrus Exchange, sixteen cars in allgoing ,
Address, Relations with South America 1 C. A. Carson the nekt speaker said
the New York ,
contractors, who had
and Argentina, J. E. Uber, for- Mr. Breaker's statement of his intentions The latest reports from Servia with the proposition under considerationand I'| out from the two packing that there was always an effort to
regard to the suffering, particularlyof | houses, now being operated to accommodate -
mer director experiment station, Ar- was not lengthy, and he did minimize the of
to here to I importance an organization
were planning come I
the women and children of the large list of new members -
not into details, other than he are a
go
gentina. ; look the such as the board of trade,
over ground.
9 n. m. to 12.30: p. m.-February 8. did not see his way clear to devote I most distressing character. I I in the exchange. Good prices but that in his opinion it should be a
the time that the office Attorney O'Bryan was instructedto prevail and the citrus growers seem
Address, The Market Demands, E. necessary required clearing house for progressive' ideas.
F. Bisbee, vice president St. Louis from his business interests, BAND UNIFORM FUND prepare an ordinance ordering the1 well pleased with the results obtained He declared that the difference of ,
National Stock Yards. that influenced him in making the opening of Verona street to through the organization. opinion which in
the westward and the opening ofa Records of the Exchangeshow, that arose regard to pub-
:.' Address, As I Have Seen New decision. lic questions of
'" SWELLED BY BENEFIT street in the W. C. Bass addition up to February1st, there had been were signs a healthy
"Just that I will not be
Countries Develop, John Clay, Clay- say a can- condition in He
declared
any community. ,
\'Ii' didate for the office of this across the tracks of the A. C. L. rail- shipped from the state as a whole 'a
Robinson & Co., Chicago. mayor __. I that a board of trade should r
road and between lots 4 and 6. total of 13,907 ('aI'of citrus fruit, of
r Address Breeds and Results, R. J. year, and assure my friends how The Kissimmee Concert Band's always be a constructive body and
The cemetery committee reportedthat which 2496 cars were grapefruit and
Kinger, secretary American Hereford much I appreciate their very kind so. fund for the new uniforms'in which never destructive, except when opposed
Mose Crowder had been employed 11,411 were For the twen-
oranges.
'. licitation. I thank them
; Cattle Breeder's Association, Kansas very deeplyfor the members of the musical organization to some movement of detrimentto
as caretaker of Rosehill cemetery. ty-four hours ending February 1st,
their interest in .
be-
City, Mo.Address. generous my will make their first the city.
,f appearanceat I Routine matters took the i 27 of and 44 of
cars grapefruit cars
: from the Packing Standpoint half. . I the South Florida Fair in Tampa I up re-// M". Carso: creased the idea of
mainder of the time of the council. oranges were shipped; for the week,
0", II. B. Minium, representative next Wednesday, was swelled by between bul'' he ding prrf! also mentioned the
I 99 of and 293
cars grapefruit cars
; Armour & Co., Jacksonville. GOLFTOURNAMENTTOSTART $30 and $40 net realized from work of the oil well experiment, for
t'. Discussion, leader J. J. Ferguson,, 'I the benefit concert given at the Dixie TELEPHONE COMPANY of oranges were shipped. which he pleaded in no uncertain

; Swift & Co., Chicago. Theater on Wednesday evening. terms. lie asked that the businessmen

.1, Address, Ways and Means of Help NEXT SUNDAY When the performance began the PLANS EXTENSIONSThe PAINTER FOUND DEAD take up the proposition and carry

.'. ing Industry, P. G. Holden, representative Dixie was comfortably filled with it. to the fullest test. {

::0 ." International Harvester Co. Qualifying rounds for the Golf club friends of the band boys. In addi- SITTING IN A CHAII He also urged the bulkheading of i
Discussion, John A. Kiernan, representing tournament for the silver cups offer tion to thus helping the band boys, Kissimmee Telephone companyis } the l lake and cited .the mistake, as heKO.W
United States department of ed by the club will be played on the those who attended were given an entertainment planning the extension of its linesto it, of St. Cloud in asking for a i
:'' agriculture. links of the local club next Sunday. well worth the price of Loughman, Orange Center and I An itinerant pajnter, known here as parate road district.
i In regard to the conference W. Play will start at 9 o'clock in the admission. .Shingle Creek. People in each of Charles Wilson, was found dead in a Following Mr. Carson's speech Mr.

I* A. McRae, state commissioner of ag- morning, but players may play their O. C. Pierce the of these places have requested the com- I chair at the Lake House early Monday Stanford explained the plan to raise
: riculture, has sent out the folowing required holes any time morning or the hotel new maneger pany to extend its lines and have morning. He had apparently died funds for the board of trade and a*
i bulletin: afternoon. Graystone sang two splen- agreed to take enough telephones to I lof heart disease. he called off the names on a preparedlist .p
did barytone solos. There solo !
On Monday and Tuesday, February These qualifying rounds will be numbers by J. H. were and make the lines profitable to the com- Little i U known of him here. He the cards were signed and

y.", the 7th and 8th, there will be held inS used for the purpose of handicaps, Armstrong pany. had been employed as a painter by amounts secured as follow.: it'I *
Tony Regero, black.face
a number N
\t-ti f city of Tampa, a Cattle Confer nine holes being played by: men and by "Jarbo and numbers Material has been ordered for the Contractor Bass. lie claimed in (Continued on Page 12))
.: 'ence. At this important meeting five by women. the band quartet by building of the lines and work will Itrie.he told to acquaintances that ,
."'f.t there will be present men from many Gardner quartet, composed of Messrs. be started as soon as the material he-had ben in the United States army CORRECTION IS MADE..

rtk ,sections of the United States and To those interested in art and craft Lancaster., Armstrong, Regero and .arrives. Thirty new phone. have been at one time and that he foughtin In the story of the GaspariUa Car f:

1': several! foreign countries, who are" interested work: Those who have work in this installed by the company during the Cuba and in the Philippines. His nival and South Florida Fair, ap a
"'.... in the growing; of.live stock. line for exhibition at the. Orlando .The band orchestra played a number past few weeks. body was buried in the potter* field. peering In our Usue January 28th.

As the Commissioner.of Agriculture Fair, will please communicate with of selection and there was the Effort ar* now being made to find the date of February 20th and 23rd:, rr

tf ;of.Florida, I have.,given,special attention Miss .Frances Bay or Miss Virginia usual program of' four reels of-g. od Capt.. J.' Ei tfoseley, of Goth, was ,relative.' The army official hare were typographical error* 'The correct
r6 for two:"years .to farming and Maklnaon. or Mrs.''C. L.BandyMia* motion picture.' In the city.this week and made' trip been 1 written/ to ascertain through date of1 the fair 'are, February- r

tock. raisins ..:Thls.campaign tartadConUno.d Bay,may be found a( the horn of H, r''mbenJ; >the b.ndJh, to to the, KiMimne. *,prairie with C. W.., them,,,if .pofeible, When his family 4th to' 12th Inclusive..' The Pirate ..

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w- -V' Y- y- in the -vent a. great
Pacific the of frozen to. aid making
? I Coast inferior advantages ot.this Heaven-favored there was usual amount
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"It is true that on the Pacific'coast I lajnd. -.But not until Florida Is advertised ears and.,noses and'damaged tempers. success' '
some of these fruits can be produced, as California hd been advertised .' The only concession\'the weather department The following list from Klsslmmee

ROYAL TAILORED but> the advantages ofh Pacific. will: the country fully understand \ provided was a slight dim has been.sen't.to. Mrs. O'Neal, and Inchide -
o who have
named of
J coast in thi respect\ are far inferior this state of infinite resources jnution in the 'wind. V' the ten

I' : :. CLOTHESSpring I to"1 those -of Florida. Moreover, Flor- and matchless Attractions. Few thermometers'ascended above definitely promised td, 5 send decorated

I j Ida)/ ''I* ''within twenty-four to. thirtyi Railroad Aid Stat the. 20 below mark_during Mond Y'8 cars to the parade! Mrs. Lawrence
I Mrs Cotter-
six hours' ride of n )large prppi( "The Union I'adtRAilroad\ Parker Mrs, :Morrow,
i very annui discomfort,, although it is a recognize
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. 1 i f and Sutnnter: 'Samples hop of tire population of the .'nation. I ally! spends about $800,000 irt adv t- efl fact that some of these Instruments man, :Miss Onida Malloy Messrs. C.W.

J {.' I That ailane tremendously, adds to its.trategitt I Using, very largely in California. As are more optimistic than oth 'Ward, J. IX Clark, 2, P. K. Weaver,

'F t. 1i ------ now on hand value an the health and\ compared; with what southern road ers. Also others are more pessimisticthan .1 Mr. Swope. E. L.: Lesley and D Witt .1

' pleasure resort of the land as well for advertising purposes this I Alderman.
't.i PALM BEACHES, KOOL KLOTHES AND \ : expend : I some. .
NOVELTIES 'MADE TO as the center of production fQr an aluio amount staggeringly threat. I do i I lost 'I I
: l' OTHER SUMMER One of"them on 'Eighth avenue
! A SUIT TROUSERS $,1.25. -i infinite variety Ilof foodstvitr.- not K.-liove! that it'is' so much the fault !
,, ' MEASURE $10.50 ; '( sight of its urv QlIeIWTeIImOl111' TheOnly Roof
foYourUse
r- >" needed\ bythe nation.1. : I I) "i """;* i>f t.Tu- officials of the southcrp\ road the 50 l below hlarks.[ I It t was In an* '

, '. t. MOST EAUTd..UL "From mil"'" of Xe\V,\ England and I t1)|it t their expenditures\ are so much the of admiring crowd for JAXON METAL SHINGLp*
I II' an
SUMMER FAB. center
: LINE OF ,.
THE I e t ezIo '
California Sour rnnllnt t = \li'3
;. ,ttf:I the fontrjjl I w-ffitl. t Is possible toreiirh "inallev .than those of road long udmiritYg crowd could Irhl :t
as as "
AT
KISSIMMEE
IN any
I' SHOWN
'. R1CS EVER of the dominant infh1l'n. (.I.y'J4.. \"!ra <8
because
Florida toy (\11t' night's ti'uvol: hut, !It in refrain from freezing rItRN 10 G I.. .:III. 7

$!,6.00 TO $30.00Our and the"journey has' ho dUjidvantajresu'r .' of the great. banking, houses j -------- II.'on. .Ilanunrr...pdrel' and ua1 as fdb thrq are aea t In h._

dti eontrortOn the other hand and financiers of' lha 1':11': lit, who con j ("rfix'kliiil! the nliliKlrii. are .I.-Illt.

Spring Reception will StArt Monday, Feb. 21, i iiip (t','California\ il\t am* nt the b'l-st I;. t'. t trol'the.raileoada\ of The South, have MANY GARS GOING TO In..

will dillpll\Y' large assortment of Suiting 'mir or five dll)'''' journey, much of it never yet fully; grasped I the possibilities -
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when
we throiiirli\ ; u desert of intolerable ,listomfoit of this section dnd never tnk'n'' 'FAIR FROM KISSIMMEE '
Lengths.-t I
\ to travelers or through hol.i) of it a*; seriously l as C. I I1. Huntington [ :fAXQ'N
Three Months Free Pressing with each suit pur. U'e.- .
and Harriman and others took -- ---
chased, loi"inowcovered' regions pf I the \ '
vithoin, ", 'uh'11'1' hold I of the development\ of the Pae.fle According to the Orlando Ht'pll1't"r.
.. ; .const.' Star. many car.from" Kiininice will Metal Shingles
advantages are altogether in
CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRINGOliver' bo entered in the decorated, automobile -
f"\ ,"I". "t .Florida.- "Whenever Florida is advertised as
l Ml| 'i ii J win I I i I III I II be hold there u< an Save 357oInsurance"
':.In"the early days tho. romance of broadly, ns intelligently and as comprohoiisively parade to

N "il-foriiia"I \ development and the as the Paejllc coast has attraction at the Mid-Winter: Fair

S s Suitatorium "MM t-i! ad'eiti..ngof\ : : the nrilroa l li ,for v'l'l1s been advertised the growth The) IU'j>orter-St4ir says: .

} 1 i i- i 1 tho. teed' of ,population that if t this .tateill surpass\ that' : of' l'alfonnii Reports received from the cou'il <

JE=DhCJtX1e GJt: .' u \ ..pit 1 I'lo'ijrKl i about\ the' great" in proportion\ atr.s. I: climatic indicate that the auto nohlle and

"v.,'Ii>. ui' the! r..ciii-,! ioa.t. .1..1 other, idantr.gi, 'UIl| ass those motor trade. parade off the opening' llnn
ThU .In worth ronnl I l MI r nr
: .**fJb ****J\s +J o', I ,iifi! i.ia." day of the fair will! l h. one' of the ri IIOMK, AYI/ "J1"aN
I lutli.rmidMrliimr Hhjndor-! SrlllBI'lloOK: ..' "It l.l'..IITM.ttrllOOK. :
r __ .- ., ir.o-t <"t .da"t11II',1' I h .'.1! in thil.itr. .
r :'1 ,'t trr !Li'' d.: ,Ili the e.i., ,

',.' ,,: l ..: ,,\\a', d. t;opnr'tt, , .I'' 1 100 DEGREES WARMER t'."r many: bate -uri! it: .d th u' send for our lllii.ln ''.''I. ptIoftao.bulitrli .,

FLORIDA NATION'S GREATEST ASSET .' ,,, '"' ,. 'i'i." 11.I"Y ',.I.Illt1"I- ,.. ,' oat! t..> Lades' .I l lo.1. l i a u' prlt-M R1 need>e. >today.TMEFLORIDAMETALPROOUC'.o full. d...
i. a 'i i :all1'- tla.K! J th' ,1''i.i, "" .11
; ., ,
: - : TI-.O litcra -
I'G; :;. HERE THAN IN GANADA ". 1111 i IM., t '''.t'II 1"t.I I 1',, i l:' I @.
,i i 1.1: : 'v .u. aI< th/lt./ ,
DECLARES GREATjaOSTER OF SOUTH . .1-, t"T., ,. -: -" kl"L" SC -, 11! ....in n .1-\. :.MrXV I It: "i :\ ..1 .11""? 3f50 [ .erf>r""n Avc Jacksonville FlTO .

: I". . I i dad: ;-"""';'- UF \DF"'lt or \/irr; : ': XFM) >-. --" -" ---

1" i "; ,,at 'A.-\ ir.i ii- !.< i-i'.ii'xo; .1 icriNt.s i : :' FKoXi MOUMMi ; ,,

RICHARD H. EDMONDS. EDITOR OF MANUFACTURERS'' RECORD. \\ I !. t till') ',', :" |1"' .1''.< 1.> Of 1 '. \i ui'u r \\ Ili'I.4. vl.S : .
tugcne f. Krsdn, Pre,. \. tl. Br Vi e-Pies. I. l. 1I.h..r., tirl'y. i Ireas.
an. ( '
PAYS TRIBUTE TO LAND OF FLOWERS AND SAYS THAT WHEN .I..I ,th. 'o :i- tllh'] ,>- of pi i pit- ( VNu \, 10 <; ir i lilt :l'I i III : .

STATE IS PROPERLY ADVERTISED TO WORLD IT WILL ,1' i- .> 't- \ vh.:. -'. :' hi\e: an '. I.It 1'1\11:1\1\\ \ \sn: \ : or) 'I i in:

.1: .1"" .>:..ito'o.i'v. the p'Illic < >"> I U \\ I: \ rill\:\{ tin-UK.\
SURPASS CALIFORNIA IN PROPORTION AS ITS CLI-
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i ir I'd 1 loi'it"-; :.- their i. -- v ,

MATIC AND OTHER ADVANTAGES SURPASS THOSE ; It; -"...inpa' >1 Mi.i'.ana: an iv- Oi' hi.-uli.d il!.._-rofditTfii "i-i-i :'"r.ti

i. ; OF PACIFIC COAST STATE. . .. .> ". [IIc\ hi< ",*' perm ..irelunild K> e' .".tii to

11 r\\ ,"-t\ ':.xo yea" sfr'o I nppi'a'ed' l tiiui' i \ t'r\ bly in '1'n.,..1.1 fiom i t tint
--
-.1 -"io ,'f the railroad th"t,1 i .' e'.'..1 I firms' to 'turnFlorida\ Itt that
Kuhn-il, 11 Ednh'! : .'I.. c.ht.'r a' ,I't'rn'rul ? a' !(.>.. t-) ., !1. :' .1.! ,-!i"f thou-a-d* .., .\:11': ': t'1e hu',1 "dh th' 'ort t\f i ::. '< ::1_ exactly the duTeience in fiewarmest Bryan Realty CompanyOffices

manager of the :Manufactur who i'tlu1 rear fI\\:1 i vn'l. 1 sivk thit.'to .'r.it.e: t totop: it ar.il! pointed out ,the7vim"ihnis p.n'd': of the day in t'.t'gary.' on Broadway, .Kissin mc".

er's 1 Keoord, the well-known southern a..t 'ei-nia'-.i'iit or winter\ homo.1'ho . injury}+ ,they were doing\ ("iii ada. and Kis, ,immoe on tit-t Tvirday. --

movement ,is already iK.ilor: way : h,' *'."tt.. A reader of the azette in t'al- Opposite Graystone Hotel
iie\clotit\ent \ thatF'hribs
| publicationbelieves\ \
i ix the nation's greatest 1 :u.set.So but i I". only in Its infur.oy. ;;a dI11"1."i\ ,."* wo very !;isti"ir J gary sent a clipping from the :Morning

I. he told I the Tampa Tribune in sintrevieiv \\\ '' "The tour.tiy at 1 1:11 tr"* hat not yet aril _o the early Impression!; ,,' of Alhertnn to give. Fldrulia'i. amver. I

i while stopping at T. mp.i\ III! "1-.1 IIf'[ to a full renhiation of Florida's I'l" MiiJa i : \ >:::1"It': the r.r.tion by the \unwi > This clipping shows that the

: few days ago. It is interesting in thisromuction chmu.tic\ advantages and of the I.e a>l\ "-rt.-.g h""I; us lnri'iflieice | highest point reached by tie thermometer -

that he hud just passeiithrough uperl beauty spots to I be fount' In !so; ; tor .,, :1 ,hioh 'is only now there on Tuesday\ was JOdegrees Orange Groves, Timber I and. We Pay fates for Non-f'I-

Kissimmee. having stopped m.iny parts of the state. 'Icing! ( romovod by the broader krowld II" I- below, while in Kissimmee on Cattle Ranches, Country and idrnls and Act' as Owner's'. "
'
t1 As the and the health .. the City Property Agents for Rental Property.
here a few hours on a tour of central playground that: the nation is jrnininp n- toF'onda the same day maximum temperature
Florida. ii-d I recreation center \'( the country'or and by themore tatel'igent' was !-<11. The ,1.t o)n that date I

"' wirier, Florida p>.isesos advanifes .J'ertling that the railroads 02 this was 5l. while the lowest at Calgary\
This interview is one of the mostfnteresung
(.- from! the national: ) standpoint -tatt> are doing. wa variously given as frfm ::1-1! to 50below. (

': :' impression, e\er'Vvlate.l u-ihko, tho.e ,.( any other state. In "There is i still room. however, for i
..: to regarding this
a man
newspaper this respect alone 1 i if it had nothing\( advertising Florida to 1ar greater The clipping from the morning SUB-TROPICAL
i state, and his quotations are prir.tixl
but climate on which to build!, it extent than has ever been done.\ The ive rtan reads as follows:

in the following: would be one of the nation's most!; work of advertising! this state throughthe With a temperature at :34 degrees MID-WINTER FAIR AND

"Florida is one of the nation's priceless all"t'U. and this climate according campaign recently inaugurated by below zero at midnight and a forecast !- j

.greatest assets to those who spend their sum the; president of the Tampa Board of .' of ''extremely> cold. there, is 'but. EXHIBITION, '

"TakingallttbingaInto.i ,, I |! considera-. lners,f;>.>ieri..i ;,/ Iativly'i'' as, goon 'iniumme I!,Trade, -wilUgiv* ,to; the, poop I*>,'of:this .i.leI'1'"pofct,of__Calgary l ;thawing out. '.!

tlon I'iIi ot'believb that thereother sap)' :: ow [Ia'int' Ra '\'+fJ,orida' r'.iidl; \ 'o i leS S : ':ta'ime_ d""tl'iclalifa"'' :; Ithel4[ t'altur ;\ JJlize i'havej' i ia ; ', tVOLL'SLA'tAK63'; ik
ir "
atate, h l o o h' a mate he- eat u tr e 1'9,,:(' t a '-"" '$ r all ::Ii: I a 'syi,ttii A PHMINul.rl\, e ,, I N 4J. ,
't tent a value to he rou t 1 s F ' lJamoin < dl 4 tilt I:):,', Ilt
ht' 'h e e'j'w'er III
a stnS hafflor l so pa
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Ieut.kmrw t alt f that
u ybt
.
4 '
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; n"' n" ' COUNTIES
id.. t hmithfss tl l'rbor oranp s' and the ugh'the rreat' daily papersand of the country.; are IIvilel and expeeict to prepar. "
aulral.: exhibit. for display at the
The resources of other sootio-i-! 'a-f'nit' and enrlv vegetable* SA niagaxr: <'*'of Tfo? North: :\t..dVest! in Puring the day Ihl.4'a"/ little 4.t 'rv'rn1n nlnad, nrl'rd, upon
'a r I.'l., Irdcne, In
1 n frh'ndly
coal or iron/ or timber or wattrr ,
unn hI ti ehlhilln of the
}. .. GKEATEST EVENT: IN:
, ,
-.N duplicate! elsewhere n1 the v.v.m- ) f nl N II N ataaI'
TilE 'I nl? nI nn' InlltIM our
try. There I is ro other -" IIITOR'OF THE '. , ,
: i I' dn'I llral
r
t its 1\,11 HiUj ,/ft. >'- that there -ouKI! not FI'IOl'o.iTlE, f I ,. 'I n ''iii ,, t I .ttiorl.R.
I : : :
1 l 1'e found) at l.-u-t to a larcfor.t., / j' I I ns n I all uthet
, ,
:! I
; I at I vt
j'' a counterpart in ,,' ne othertat! *. I i Prince Albert I -i i ill.1.1 in, p''snn .UK] with
Hut as-to Fl '
u- u \ .MI t u.i l. *
1 This state';, potentialities: r- ev.-rx ret J 5COUNTIES
{ :st'H-runrirxi.\ MID-WINTER: EXPOSITION -
I >p('vt *entirely unlike these i.f any fits taste !
.your : : or THE PROSPEROUSFIVK :
other "1..h'11 the V"r.ioi. eta:; : it ofsupreme
'j I I : corvriF.s.:
) importance to thoatui":

i from runny* point ofie" l"on
t.. fovea that of climate alone .t 1 is off >, likes to smoke because it has the right flavor FEBRUARY 15-19 1916
of' vast national importance, for year i ,
and aroma and coolness. It's the most cheerful -
after year the number of people who Orlando FloridaTHE
;
tobacco ever did pack in a jimmy pipes ; ,
will. seek\ in the balmy climate *f F'.or-: b' you

1 "Ia! coat t. recreation and l health from i I t, v or roll into a ciga- i J

the biting, blasting! Miztanis of the t rette. And it's sos ,
i A, a., o.-r--.a N
I i North and West will steadily in- t n -% good you just feel I

crease.' | 1\ \ 'r-r'
you never can get

+ Population tJ1I I Increase [t enough. The pates -

{ t .The lives of many thousand of \ \ process

people (of great importance tv the na- \ that- and '

I, lion" business interests will be '
out bite
lengthened! 'r-saved by visits to Flor-i 1'e

Ida I'ltimately! the population of this 1 parch

,
I, run into the millions. i : I
: that you UNIVERSAL CAR
j "It is a trite gvying that Florida I " ""t taste tobacco that

will, tevme the great winter play- ;: I
.. hits fancy like *
t pround of the nation. Hut Florida '

will l I.e far morn than that. It will be :I:1' The same strong, serviceable I Ford: car--but

to the tire\l business inah needing, I at a l lower price. The Ford car. which is

f rest, a wir.ter. haven where he ..an regain .RINGE III giving satisfaction to more than 1.000.000 I
,
strength and vitality far the
i owners, has a record for utility and
+ great burvlons that every! bu man must carry It will at the anie 1.1 I my that is worthy of your attention. Two -

time be 1.r.the man of moderate I and two make four- there wouldn't be "

means. likewise a haven of rv
as Florida l>emes. more and mor i:1: splendid service. Prices lower than ever. '_
developed, it will provide to: a ..aritvrpxtent
-' Runabout ,390.; Touring Car ::"M-IO f. b.
than i* now co-.ce-.vaMe. op- tht national' joy smoke :'1 Detroit. o.
portunit4e for the man of moderate i > ::
For it exceeds in and satisfaction the kindest Get Yours
moan as well a* for the poor man i It goodness From i
4) and the rich. I word we ever printed about it I fj fj:111 i
n tl I ;! LUPFER & PRATHER ,:
"In this state wJl be built up l Men tell this tobacco be revelation ,
the'' we you will a to you. I IJ

a ar of*.tW for preatetl her will riviliiatiurs comminrl of active''J I !''I q So take this: information at 100%, get out the old jimmy ; Ii! KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

pipe from its makin's r I
virtU men from all xctM>a* and all I hiding place or locate the papers

,' classes united in UK upbuiUirr of / II -and fan-to I :J .
55 'I
what it praet&callr a new or virginS I1I I
y-...A teats i.
a a r-l" U.nsae atwt fJtrd nab hb+entiM
I I
Urritorr.. bat harirr the dir r,.ity: .fthoacht I ,n foe fyi.e'f Aloe is w ..ie.f I L hIo. I'lwaif ./.er {

and ectGcat oft sad air tion ''II'IIIi" ill, l'I tl ,.. ..--..,... ,Joe -WI T...,. reJ. ....... 5q tier r.t. .,
r' 'whkh i* '.sMAtial to the hi Wtt d- dl ilih tit I ,.. IOq i! L.e..r.R1..1...." I...I e.t. -' -el<.e
fl-.e+ .ed -'- A.Iri-.v..... ... 'r aA.eetw
i ftIopaIeat of a cwmtry.AH 'Zr' k.tp.tk tmtmttm ..-" _. a...... !
flat ha Mea don Ia ties d.- +ratg '

: vdopoMntyOf Florida is MMety tlM R. J. REYNOLDS. TOBACCO co.. Wau'. S.km, N. C- . "
)
pioanrteg work of makinr ready UjUl I.Ar

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r .ei Ik i ?'113ae .k .,, ti'>. }yF 1 {I afV.pl. rah .,1i. t 1 '
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 4, 116. THK K.JSIMMEK VALLEY << Z ITTI fAGEl' -

u ,I I th

\)/ PRODUCE GROWERS MEET The farmer who refuses to cooper*

l' Beautiful Clubhouse and.Grounds of Kissimmee Golf ,Club ate with hisneighbors, ought to be +
,
The regular'' bi-weekly meeting of muzzled to protect his own nose.
. Is Our Most Attractive Inducement To Winter VsItorsI the Kissimmee Produce Growen' held 10 CENT: "CASCARETS"IF '
'
last Saturday morning did not transact i BILIOUS OR COSTIVE
I any, busines. of importance, butconsiderable .,
V -
informal discussion was
devoted to- -strawberries, marketing, For Sick Headache, Soar Stomach, '
; and ,other farm-interest topics. There $,tuggl.h'Urer' and Bowel*-they
were conflicting'opinions as to the work While You Sleep.

r 4 '! advisability of the'- rganIZlltion' sub- Furred Tongue, Bad'Taste, Indlgestion. .

yn ; a + v- / :' ,.e !P d 41 scribing! for,' the service of' the Chicago Sallow Skin' and J Miserable Headaches
Produce Reporter, Thj( matter come from a' torpid liver 'and

wps tabled until two weeks hence, clogged bowels, : which cause your,
pending further investigation. stomach to become filled' with undi-

&,est 'd food, whichsours, and ferments
Tlje farmer's bargaining power is i like garbage In a swill barrel. That's
r not in proportion to his economic im- ; the first step to untold misery-Indi.
j I portance. The value of last year's gestionfoul erases, bad breath, yellow
)) l t bps was more than',!Iix millipn ,,doll skin, mental. :feats, everything that Is
lrs. Suppose' that one half orl; (,ven horrible and nau. 'atlng. A Cascaret +
one-third Of this vast sum wore*mobilized -
:tonight will give constipated!
organized, for the farmer's your
bowels a thorough cleansing and
benefit. What advantages could it
wield for farmers in the markets of straighten you out by morning.. They
work while you sleep-a 10-cent box
the, country! !
from your druggist will keep you -feel;

ing good for months. ,
I Some forms of economy are
sive. One man can do about expen-I A Russian girl of twenty-five who
finds herself unmarried is considered
much with two-horse .
,
: plowing a as 1 l
:can with, a one-horse'plow, The same disgraced--- ... ..
j: is true of cultivating. A two-horse. riM Quinine That Doss Mot Affect The Heal
cultivator will cover more land and I Broil, of ill tonic and l..*tU. .effect LAXATIVK -
\ PROMO OUININK U Letter then ordinary
) I do it better than some of the primitive Oulniitfe .'h""a'l not CIUM nurrouines. nor
ringing 1 In Remember the full n.m*and
,, implements that are used \x>k lor tin itdutur of K. W. OB.OVK. a5..

Prettily set in grounds which have fcahda Club, of Minneapolis, the famous were moor than pleased with the I la splendid tennis court of marl which I, .
been beautified with a myriad of ever- / club which has secured the National and are now figuring on acquiring was completed this year. I During the I 44 O+++f O'<.4000040000.0.+000..4s. fi4S 4.,.

blooming. plants, with a lawn kept Open( M<>If Tournament for 'anchorage in Kissimmee. i icomiiiK year two more courts will be f fi
perennially 'irreen, one f>f Kissimmee's ,I411i. I The interior decorations of the 'built, one of green and the other of CITRUS TREES AT
; rlulihouiJ h A five l hIr'o0111'K. which have been the of wood t I"i ik.
elm i f aUrurtions to the winter visitors. j The > subject comment cx !
i is the i-luljhonse of the KifximmecGolf lilted. with balh- The club also has from, every winl.-r Msitor, The Huh I is vitally interested. in the :i: RIGHT PRICES
,, ; Cluli. Looking out upon the I u line .-hnwnliath" !lockers and bil- thought out by Mrs. 1 R. Meiklejon: 'plans of Kissimnue. to build a bulk-
placid! waters of Lake TohopekaliKU' Hard room., The cnmniixHnriat i.s one now a Red Cross nurse in ]Europe head tiUuig' : the lakefront) with a lakeshore ::: We fell the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Trees, as
from its spacious 1"'I'IH'S. the visitor i I of the \beet, in the country 1I I II Ii where her husband is a captain in di\e. V.'lun the city plans are :t:: fine as can be found at low prices and guarantee them against death,
hue a view of unsurpassed, beauty, i 1 Kuc'li: bedroom i is oiiuiiificil, with 1.lwl'I'Y \ English" army. i c'onilrlete]> the chili. will join the tll'ivt'i l I :: freeze and canker. We mean.what we say, and >ur guarantee is good j
while in the |..-7u' uiul l beyond! the at- i: (. 'lii-epl.iro; nltli is the > with the l life of UVB cluh i.s II us. inci.-ase. not only the of
ti .t-tively Inid' out grounds .1 picKiMit h !i
Citrus Nurseries
golf: course, now only. nine, holes in I ui'allioi' ( auditions, fires have not dance with orchestra music, which the grounds. hut add a new means of :: South Apopka
sire but which the rluli hopes, to c"nlariif i- lii'i-n '1'd".1 often.. proving' a delightful diversion to reaching the grounds: from. the city ;:; OCOEE, INCORPOKATID) FLORIDA! I
. to l.i/'ht"'n/ holes litfoiLanother Although" tlx- club is only two years to\\ nspi'ople and visitors. i Tlie) above, photographic repiodue-1 1 s .' .
*6440.x-C.irtr< !"> :-*+<-*'> .season. old it )hu) > already secured( national] Competent" \ caretakers are now tion fUllli,11I's a splei.dul view of the
: The club aril links nie lout l> a ten- fame. :Miny, |Prominent visitors rest crmuru of the /golf course, which is being I grounds in the rear of the clubhouse.
I minute' sail; from the ci liter of the their hinter" ('a 1:1"I' henAmoni/; continually improved.So : -- I
city and already a number of pretl.v. : I the prominent ,parks who have vb- | : popular has the cour.vj '(' "I 1 understand.. Kill who boastedof
homes 11111.1''n l built in the vicinity ited, toe club this season may he mentioned i that the cry of "fpre" is now his uliilily to make a fortune,
to his
aged get affairs in a hole.
liy, members\ of the winter colony. C'liief Juj-tice Sir William Mu- from early dawn until the shadows I "Y,.", he struck oil. I1Il1n'j May Lumber Co.
Others lire now being planned. I ]lurk, K. C. C!. M., and )party, of 7'oron-I i| evening fall. I
This year the professional. in chargeis to, Canixlu, who have just" left the I II Besides the golf course the members Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
a man formerly with the Minni- I club after a delightful stay. They I' and guests of the club have

... MUSTANGFor YELLOW PINE LUMBER d

tablish. Their success needs only

rWhy Farmers Should Co-operate 1 little ,get-together a little tolerance effort,perhaps a little patience Sores Sprains, Cuts, Rheumatism, Lameness, Shingles and Laths

: always in some measure the
, l4. of give and take. They will be Penetrates and Heal HOUSE BILLS'A 'SPECIALTY .

t subject of a communication to Stops Pain At-OnCe
' Tns Kissimmee Growers is, as indicated cheaper and better express or freight published next week. For Man and Beast I All we ask U'Jtf us figure en your estimates.

in recent issues of the Valley service. : S. T. FANSLER.Pres. 25c.50c.JI.l At All Dealer.. Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
Gazette, an organization of farmers Kissimmee Produce Growers members Kissimmee! Produce Growers.It
who are striving to establish co-op- are beginning to co-operate Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla. 4
,a eration in various forma among the along this line. They want to plant, is 'a risky practice to test LINIMENT I ,

farmers of this vicinity. The main as far as possible according to pro- corn in the field. If the corn fails ".1.1AJ ... ..4 b.. 1t'1J'.
t." phases of this co-operation thus spective supply and demand-each come up you ,are put to the extra expense i _
of the land and -" "
sought are: agreeing to plant a cert 9n avreage. toa preparing re Y
of supplies certain planting. The week or ten daj s
} 1. Cooperative.buy nK crop-
r, >. necessary:, in agricultural production Co-operative Marketing. .i(I may mean the difference between
and loss i if u
good yield drougth
seeds etc'" a z
fertilizers, '
'I"E 2. Co-operution In planting; ,'crops The Kissimmee Produce, build. Growers) strikes.I ; Finely Ground Natural Phosphate
organization 88.1eg'un tot a
up +vpgetables, fruits! : .hay; etc... j
Cs *if nh-Y| T -* flMjU' marketingdepartmentItjwillseekout"and ( | l i \ Over 10,000women are now employed
i 3. CooperatlvemarketinBJofjagrioultural l [ [ 1J
p.> |,,; 'keep posted.;.as-to the best on war work in England.
horticultural and live stock t
: markets and the most'leliable dealers i ,
4j.
j products. or other buyers. It will work to At ... I U 'j

; t Co-operative Buxing.: I establish a I list of reliable, customersfor KISSIMMEE PRODUCE >> '
i The cn-operative buyIng its members. .
I .
GROWERSis
: of supplies necessary for agricultural ,
: I
J v
t i production are easily perceived organization's| an organization that i is workingfor r
'. and almost universally recognized It I I shipped through it and will endeavor better conditions among farmers rJ
: : I, to establish. a first-class reputation in this section. Join and help
Kissimmee 1 for this brunt)-a 'reputation that will fellow farmers. Dues only $2 a ,I I'I'i' ,' When you are sick and send for a doctor you expect tl i Ili!

t be able to obtain fertilizer etc., at I create" a'demand for products shipped year. 1"I l II I his medicine to restore your health as well as relieve your ;

:i wholesale prices. Business sense, i 1 under this brand. j l pain. If you make an investment you do not consider it a good ;
of Other Phases.
, common sense, and( any sort sense Co-operative 1 r
Next meeting-9:30: A. M-. February 1I
unless it fair dividend well its principal. '
yields as as protecting
one
knows that this feature alone will There are minor phases, of co-oper-I, I 12, Town Council's Hall, I a

\1"' make membership proposition.in our organization j I' Growers ation that organization the Kissrmmeo intends Produce to I Kissimmee, Fla, Why put the fertilizer of your groves and fields on a purely temporary l r!
a paying I
w i |I eS-1 basis? Why be satisfied with an increasing yield of one or two crops withno

Co-operative Planting. permanent addition to the fertility of the soil? I
;1 t Farmers must systematize in plant- C. A. CARSON President. N. C. 'BRYAN. Secretary I !

;;f irtg crops-instead of of planting! I Ij J You can grow just as good crops, at. much less expense for fertilizer, and at ::1

j miscellaneous and hit-or-miss fashion. lA | The Waters & Carson the same time gradually. improve the soil for future yields. '
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Crop buyers. (F.O.B.) will not come I Ii ry ryI
to this section unless they are assured -\ I

car-lot that or they other can bulk obtain lots. produce Therefore inl| Why Not Use Fertilizers That Build Up'the Land

,i our farmers must co-opeiate or agree J Grocery Company ,I

' in planting sufficient buyers. acreage to attract As Well As Increase the Immediate, Crop Yields?
produce
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'l' i Or, if farmers ship their produce Wholesale and Retail Dealers in )
the acreage( combined) should be f-.I j I Nafursown, ncly ground natural phosphate, supplies phosphorus in combination

1 i ficient to produce car-londs or oiher GROCERIES0Ofi4fi0.0Pc'c I with lime in such form as is readily made available by the methods of cultivationused

'I j -bulk shipments and thus obtain by any up-to-date fruit grower and farmer. -0

] Natursown will immediate
,: GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" give just as good
J TO CONSTIPATED CHILD - . results as the more expensive commercial
c 7 0090..90"0000.
I -.- I o 0 0 + ORDINARY FERTILIZERS fertilizers and will leave in the soil a sup- NATURSOWN-jutt .*

a Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm WE SELL: WE BUY: + one year' crop and nothing ply of plant food for subsequent seasons; much increaiod yield the
Tender Little Stomach Liver 0 Used for few in succession it will .
I > HAY 0 m< and How els. "J
1 : Look at the tongue, mother! If 0* GRAIN ** *< HIDES 4 4 fertility! added to the coil build even a poor soil into a productive one. plant food left in the soilfA '

-t"y: coated, your little one's stomach, liver I IIf 0 0 FURS' 0 Natufsown: i is not an experiment. It hasd
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and bowels need cleansing at once. I. FERTILIZERS 4
0 0' 'WOOL I monstrnted what it can do. We have ,,
*! f When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't SHINGLES > *4 the facts and figures to substantiate all !
eat net naturally, or is fever- t a '
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claims Let these in
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"' breath has
Ish, sour stomach, bad ; 0 CHANGE BOXES 0 4 4
sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold .> 0 ALL 4 hands before you buy your fertilizer for ;
give a teaspoonful of "California Sy- 4>> ORANGE WRAPS. <*. 0 0 COUNTRY 0 i-" the season. A postal card request will

1.\\01\., rup of Figs," and in a few hours all > VEGETABLE CRATES <. 4 : .( bring you, our booklet and full information. .
;:i" the fould constipated waste, .undigested t PRODUCE *

j1 :,.. food and sour bile gently moves out o* CRATE NAILS 0 0 o o 0 4 ua 1 Lakeland Phosphate Company i
I if its little bowels without griping, .
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n '. .n'Y..tou have a_well, playful child CjffM ArMM .,'" +.
.v ag_tn.,{; Ask your druggist for a 60- We cell field and garden seeds of all kinds. I 4
cent bottle of "California Syrup oft Wi give special4 attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. Lakeland Florida ,
Figs,"' which contains full directions Free delivery in 'city limits. 'Phone No. 12. Y $', *
for babies, children of all ages and for We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for'circular J and priou t
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PAGE \ THE KISSIMMEE VALLtY GAZETTE J if ,II' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY' 4r 1916. .t{|
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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette zette. This advertising has the refined touch of;j tIer or investor asks i it "What is your tax rate?" being printed in the "home ," the instrument lOne of
paper the next questions is: "What' is, your assessed
through which' the people are informed about the valuation >" 1 SAID ABOUT KISSIM1V1EE

k Puall.a.r1, E..", Krld.y.IlulldlnK happenings in their community, the instrument i.s Under the 'present conditions the to
r or8fl I. .II.y. U.sdte lvl..lmmrr,. . answers . I.' ;
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which is always ready and willing to fight their battier I I each of these questions are unfavorable. The tax f. : AND OSCEOLA COUNTY f
J' the instrument which. urges public, improved rate '' high and the valuation low. If'
ms the
w. U. IIAKItlf AMI. IS. O. VAN A yI 1 t ., 10. I'']._NAUil.K.: Editor ,.. ;) ? I. chants., Yet same will pay these or knew the conditions! which existhe might be. '
r j } ."b.'PIl[ .' .Itaen : traveling fakers a rate which would figure at from able to figure,out condition which would be The Record is in receipt of a handsome Ing her Jife i, and her talents ,as a .'
:. On.'C"py On*. Your' ..._..__ ___....._.__........ RO writer abused
$1 75.cents to, a dollar an inch and olten more for 'favorable his booklet of 70 pages,, descriptive! to these people and it '
I One Copy Klx Month, ._,. ..... _.___ __.rt.Uu i to intentions but not. all of them do. 't
i : Vn? COPY. Three; alonlhs--.-"-.--"'. '-""",. : .7S 'advertising winch is a' disgrace to the name and tin Id. only I "a' 'few go)into the matter to that ex- of!;' Osceola county, It is not only an begins' to look all tho' her message
fiI which has a' circulation of( questionable quantity tent. ; I'4' artistic! piece of .jointed-1]! matter, but would at lust 'be heeded and. a ,small '

y .''AlI ommunlcutioiifl, Tnu. C-l bo, 'excopt.Blmwil from by the our writer.mithoricudorruKpondviiiB I never as great as that of the newspaper-and which'1 Being a stale which is reaching out for'new nothing is ,overdrawn.", In* picture ,or recompense! would be offered these f'

I '. I IRe' .cted matter will not bo. returned. unlv. called 'ha.< little] orno'credence given it by the public. |capital." forneweitipns! and which is largely un- text. In sonic'respects it i Is. the most people for the crimes committed
v. for! I T .- I'//1 In1lj;;
%' < Kne.-: In the pamofflca In Klaelmmeehorlda.' trade paper is interesting: I pective settler and investor find favorable facts. sent out by any Florida county? Once- --:.- ..
.* .vcnnd-claaa niatt0r. I "By an overwhelming vote Paterson (N. J J.) Now. if the assessors are forced to ,assess prop. ola county has a give body$ 'of couyjycomrnisfoners We have received two copies of the
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merchants have decided tc discontinue( advertising. , erly at its full value and the-'valuation is thus iii- and they' do themselves rtnndhome booklet of Oscoola county. t.
: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1916. I, in dance programs souvenirs, etc. Hereafter their creased, the ,rnillage/ can and will be,' reduced. Thusat credit. ,lIt' _III due to their progressive It tar\y) \ makes us homesick to rei.. I

'}1' -- ,, .. advertising!. will be confined to newspapers and once "the conditions are reversed and, th"n".cti; i methods that their county !Is, 1.onfl, of of the progress\ of old KissimmS! 1
: Dulkhead.the lake ) r other publications that have iJe'i; indorsement of(the 1 gator finds a rich country. and; a low millage] a the faelent'Riowinir Sl'ctionsoC' the There's whore we used to play majblcs -. ,

--' '.->-.- Chamber of Commerce."' | condition which he is seeking. And all of this Can I state.' For several years they havesubscribed I and spin tops with Nat Bryan 1 j Ii
: Before( we dismiss this subject attention may be be accomplished without increasing the cost to the j' for thousands of copies of and Joe Scars amid\, others of the famous I

: : called to a recent advertising scheme .of( this class tax-payer. and near famous boys. Klssim- /
week-.u' / t put\ before the merchants here. This proposition I This is true providing there is some legislation Kis-simmee mce never was\ accused, of rncs-sulcido f''
only called for the printing of one hundred card which will make it obligatory lot the property own- ) but the best of it all is she has notonly

-: .: The cost to the advertiser so we understand figures IeI', to make a proper return for his property. If the to julljre a community by than the ] produced a lot of boys and gills, f.
1'i, The city council?committee appointed (10 look something like $1,25 per column inch. At this'law provides some penalty which will force the I newt=
1: t tl alter this problem. reports that it is "still figun g." same rate' for each J 100 circulation merchants 'i property owner to make a true statement as to his I forging/ to the front in the nu.Uer\ ofhijrhclass of whom slip mny will be proud.-
J -" ] advertising in the Valley Gazette would cost $31.25an .property then the new plan' of assessment will (fall nevvrpapets.-TallnhanieeKccoid. : Hniforii Tnliune

y 'i"j They fay that figures never lie. We hope that inch.,! "IS not worth thai i in the Valley Gazetteor with equal (force upon all.. .. .:.
2 If i in this case they will reTu e (to "lie' still"and will any other Florida paper. but it is worth infinitely (I jI j It has been suggested that a law requiring the I Osecola] county- sun he ""'t.1elate,1\ '.'IlliaIn/ the :Missing Links.

,. : be so active that results will be accomplished j jDidn't j i I more in a newspaper than on a card of this char-. property owners to file a return of their property over the fact that sire l led the state Orange county' has just completedthe
. ;,' acter. the (full value basis and that the of
on matter of( passing 'tin the of Irony, coristtuclion the main highway
__ __.____ _ percentage growth
7''. ; know there was another place in America I : : upon these returns be left to a special grand earned her growth by progressive running north und' south through that

t / with anything like the name of Kissimmee, but I BUSINESS MEN ARE LOYAL I I jury called (for the I'purpose. This plan has been methods in advei.Using thioujih the county and fOI'minonc of tho links ..

according lo the Times-Union, of Jacksonville a I :- i suggested in order to remove the equalization of ,: activities of live communal) ] .organl I on the w stcin section! of the Dixie
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tl ; man visited that city recently who is the editonof a That there is a spirit in Kissimmee which i if( property values out of( politics and secure a more r.utions at Kissimmee und SI Cloud : Iligriwuv! 'I'Ins mad is also on the

paper published at a lown in New Jersey which crystah/ed into concerted action can accomplish just i' and equable! assessment. This plan would provide I'and heartily hacked up with support ',' win tine from,' .la,,Isonvilll' to Tampa

I > bears the name of "Kissemmee." wonders in the development of the city and be a j 1 as a penalty for failure to make return a from the county ruthoriti'es. Cooperation I' and is therefore all the more import :

--- - power (for the progress of( the entire county of'I doubling of( the assessed value of the property for does things in .any field of Ieffort I ant. The 1 Inuk paving bus.; been finished -
I One of our many magazines contains an ad- Osceola was demonstrated at the Graystone Hotel) 'each" offense. : North Florida is the best gen- from Oilando) to the Osceola t

vertisement for some highbrow classics in which a I i Wednesday night, when almost a hundred businessand I II It is believed that such an arrangement would ernl farming section of the state, and county I line, u distance of sorre four-

photographic reproduction is given showing two professional( men gathered around luncheon '' arrive at as near a just. equalization. as any plan if our town. and country people will t I'ne miles. men, one reading a newspaper and the other a 'tables as guests of the Board of( Trade. that could be devised. (ret together in nil improvements for stutili fiom KisHiminee to the

copy of the advertised classics. The text gives the The sprnt shown .at this meeting augurs well We believe that some such an arrangement the /general] welfare, Florida will become Orange ('aunty line whtre the brick i.
inference that the reader of the classics is destined i I. for the (future of( Kissimmee. A large fund was could be made and that the (full-value/ assessment one of the most prosperous commonwealths paving is in the hands, of the con- I ,!

i to be a success while the other man will be a failure. raised within less than an hour and pledges were would prove a blessing to Florida rather than a in the Union.-Tallahassee .wtruc-lKin company the pavement now ,
i We challenge the truth of that statement. We''signed (for annual contributions to the board of i I hardship as many now believe. Record. \being laid on this: section It is prom- t

believe that the successful( men of( today arenews- ''' hade (for three years. The money came (freely, one _.: | ised) that the work will be completed t
paper readers /first and (foremost, although they might say, almost spontaneously, when ,he matter ADVERTISIN'i JINGLE Representative Sears is fathering; a \by Fd''uar15th in time for the ;-
may be a success and read highbrow classics as was broached after a number of addresses along I bill to apropriate a tract of land in great fair at Orlando. Tim means a ',

well. the idea of town development.Vhen Some wag has produced the following clever the Everglades for the Seminole] Indians continuous1 brick highway serving /

-: : the board of( trade 'meets at its annual jingle on the subject of advertising : As Mr Scars is on the Indian many of the important agricultural/ j i

: Congressman W. J. Sears is making himself meeting next Friday night to elect officers and lay I There was an old geezer and he had a lot or Appropriation! committee(? the hill hasa centers, and, it should be emphasized ,

; solid with the people of( the Fourth District It j, plans (for the coming year, there remains but one sense ; he started up a business on a dollareightycents very (food show that there uie no finer brick highways ''J
is rare, indeed that any paper in the district appears I''thing to do. That is to evolve some definite plan i 1 (lie dollar (for stock -and eighty cents (for Our country has always jealously I to !h' found anywhere in the country ethan '+
without some complimentary notice about''1','for the spending of( this (fund to the best advan- an ad brought him two live dollars a day. by dad I guarded its honor in dialing with foreign those built by Orange county j t

"our"congressman,. or as he is more familiarly |I !lage. We suppose that such plans are in the (for' Well, he bought more goods and a little more | nations but have we been as Iris true that there have been a few t
known. "our Joe." Some few months ago there mative state. If they are not they should be. Un- space and he played that system with a smile on !j I careful with our dealings with our thousand had bricks in the road but '"
were rumors of( opposition to Sears in the coming' less the board has a definite/ plan and works in his face. The customers flocked to his two-byfour aborigines The beginning and the those are being replaced with perfect ,1 1
i f primary, !but now the almost I the raised will I Ml of the Seminole] War are 'blots on ones, thus insuring the life yt the *S
newspapers as a unit | conformity to it money not accomplish -, and so he had to hustle (for a regular store.
predict that he will have no opposition. It is also' the good that it should. Upon the square where people pass he gobbledup the food name of America and it is I I pavement for many' years. With Orlando j f

( freely predicted that evert i if( he has opposition he I We hope that the annual meeting of( the board' a corner that was all plate glass. He lined up high time we were doing something I und Kissimmee connected and i if f '
1 will win without trouble. We are glad to note these: next Friday night will be attended by an even'' the windows with the best that he had. and he told I to redeem ourselves for the shameless the completion at a !not far distant *
references to "our Joe". We believe he will make I larger crowd than the luncheon was on Wednesdaynight them all about it in a half-page)( ad. He soon had methods used! toward this race for 1,date of the Sanford und Or';nge I.,

good in fact we know he will. and that plans will be perfected or .at least them' coming, and never quit, and he wouldn't cut 'several ffeneintions; i jty. line, there will be left only that: ,
:Minnie Moore Wlllson 'the "pule- I l-..->ction from Kissimmee to akefan I ?
: : I outlined (for the work of( the coming yeajr. With' down on his ads one bit.
Within the next few weeks, tourists travelingover these plans decided upon and concerted action | Well, he's kept things humping in the little face sister" to the Seminoles, a worn- in older, to !give a splendid] highway

the sections of the Dixie Highway now open / such as that of Wednesday night great good is town ever since, and everybody calls him the merchant an prominent: in lhe. I oderation ofI:|I right through to TamplIal! ':
will !be greeted by the official Dixie Highway marker sure to result. prince. Some cay it's luck but that's all Womens Clubs of the state, is devot.x. Herald :'hthm t

which will be used on the highway from Michigan One of1 the'first things the board of( trade should bunk why be was doing business when times .. ;0/;,

to hte lower end of Florida. The official copy- do in our opinion, is to secure the services of a'' were punk. People have to purchase and the :-:.<"+:., ..:..:-:-:-:":..X"{:-: 'W"I :-:-<":":"''.''"' ': :-:-: :-:-:'<--tot, >irS err'..}" C's'r. .. fld. ,.1
right design of ihe association of( a cotton bale bearing paid secretary to devote his entire, time to the j geezer was wise, (for he knew the .way to get them .
the inscription, "Dixie Highway," finished in work. We believe that this man should be one was t 16 advertise. I (
red white and blue with the who is trained the line of( development.and I 11;
outside covering of the along <<: town I; -: : : Letters. From Our Readers
k cotton bale of brown, promises'' soon to .be a (familiar . promotion. We believe, also that it would be
TRUTHFUL TALE Of FARMER JONES .
t a? well as a welcome sight (tothe;, tourists betfer that he should be a man from optsideithe * : > tOo'. .t. t
traveling 'S North or South.: ; The,\'officiaLjnarJverj i 1 i ff-w th"no local, ,interests% ,or., entangling. ''alliances. ; ",' i;4tr: 1There s 'more:; ; trut"';than 'poetry in the : following: .y......-.. !...,...............-...-_.-...._...........,..'.. ..........r-...-............!......."t-.........'".. ..-.-.-.r_-.. .........r..T...-.......... ..........,....................._. ._-............:.:0.".......'if'....... ." 1
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,, which will meaura r ten'4'byifourteei l n 1'n'chesTWrrtadeoFtwenly"eight :! '; .7 I 'f ', I rom the! \4)) IoridaGrower''; '' ':,etia'\1 tr,!.>'f y::f1? +iJim TI10SI aRF.S01, TlqNSsr't' ,' ,1 i '.8nddemllnd, avote or what the
r' i guage' steel.k'rlAffixed' 'fo0 a (fence? MAKE THIS A SWAT THE-TICK YEAR Jones; brought'' home 'blushmg' bride('and:! .. w [il coiistltutfonjan'dfthel'primary"l \: ;R la lit re- 11

barn or poles along the highway, the sign can be sat her down by his fir side, And then he said: Editor Valley Gazette: While the. j quires. They 'can't make you gojajiy '..

read easily from the road. I The, following (from the Pensacola News is aophcable "My Mary Jane the path before us stretches plain ; people are agitated>d from one end of"further and" thov 'dare not try It. If J!! _

-" I right here in Osceola county where cattle I've got to work with might 'and main to get' a liv-j the state to the other.on account of they do they will, bring, on more tiou- '"

BOOSTER AND KNOCKER I raising is one of( the principle industries ]ing from the e fields ; they'll give us now but scanty' the executive commute then-I i- some : I bit'.! oiLJunel' Ii than I':lorufi: ha* 'cri

'.- I EoCIIlbla( county is on the upgrade agriculturally yield ; but you and I are young and strong, and talk thinutrh, the papers and othei for inniiv MIIIS. The, !people* arc pn-" I't

Some time ago we printed a clevei defrnlion of I I! s|taking I Last l year saw many silos built sinless things go mighty wrong I'll have them richer \\I..<. in ict'iiid to a iiinvintion slid, ( ae II''.! war prier, and, livmtr' on star\ a- itt s
the "knocker"and the boo-lei. \\ e ihou-hi cv i and oilier improvements made on the \food farms of( |before long I'll lend the farm my very Ir/st I ; you I i'\ party, ,1 full 'ei, ii'n, t'nul', :. it'" t ,n'i \\1's .1 nil a'P, i I'''it' i 1'0'i ar't' ' or !.ir .irI'r

er>'one of( our leaders ha I ccn it. hut debit' ":" i I'K!' j!'the\. county as well as the introduction of a few keep the house and make the nest and plan to spent) ,H,d so foMii, and o oil. all of vvhiilishin's I >i.. v i, t t'I';i 101..1 I n Hii'M' : 'Ih l lI t tt

J last t few days,\ a leader look the lioiihlf to coy> :'lie' rood !u'ls.,. ..ITlJ 1 come Rood lio s, This I year one jueluioi'dy! the COllie get and you will see that th>it the i lirMdc, me b uilv' ill"ntisfiid t I ik 'n fiiini", them 1'V, ,n' M-t (lf men 'f r

definitions and '/Ball; 4.Ielll III lot p-i'! lat .'1"11. [In, l!''n' ''I! o ni'jsl t mportaii'' subjects, for the f ha mer,' con- soon we'll reach pro should l be fur ', \> ho liu ? i in mi u i I'.h' tl.an Ili, !'t
n, ,. :Now' Mary Jane clear ihioti/h. She thih. ,' .ill-I I uis> Till'I !- om .1 I 'I'n Int'h'r 1 I..
fear that there \\'cle ollieis. who. did not Ic.d the sn, h! i ilion is the permanent ehiniml! : of the cattle was pal( M i u'r'ir'6e I ]| a'" \' I II.II
# i ; deflation*. we are going: lo petal thems-'311\ Iliev, !'' 11l'1. the "menace to successful( idiMiiq of food stock 'Ilnply| l said "I'rn in wilh von." then set to work tin,,' that the |"nlilii, 'i.i' s I" i died a :' t t..i l tup 11'i in- !I. ', in 'ml 'he "}
r arc as follows: ': ;\i-ii"iiltinal expert- have told us lint this. conn \>'1111| ) hands and head to see that Jim was dressed fun' the;::. did not km 1 11(1wa"r lo.uled. Otllll' fl MOWOlll I'lll'V' Will strut)) tiliiivtlii'iir d

When the Cicaloi had made all the, (gOOtIJlInl! ;" 'H ias good as any in the South for cattle raising : 'aid 1 fed and guided trained and comforted i tint it "aa"" the. pi'mile' line the :" to do it. Stay: ill the nurtv
there was still some duty work to doo he made that climate native KI.Ioe., pood pasjmes, abundant Thus year by year they toiled and wrought potter to thliivv the whole lo,:d ..r cailuster "- and Jgilat-: :"M, d uliuat :' 1'1".11.l no i

the beasts and reptiles and poisonous' insects, and water supply! all lyi to make an ideal cattle and pave; their best of strength and thought to nil'i ni>d shmpiul\ right( i I'llo! the rhaurn. to quuc: uda. "fu,' our ''U1I-, y
when He had fini-hed He had seme scraps that \'. But the. cattle tick 'lands ill the 'way of ''the tasks they had to do till those old fields toletuty I amp of tlic, enemy, if they ss ill I ...nlyma'I't. La't t hut i mot. lc't.t t. I wet"t out of thepail.v J

were too bad to put into the Rall'eMiike! the IK"- {progress. < 1 grew and for the old house came a new I th"; thing up hi. :Mv )private i lu, the, latter jowl: nf. till fid'snil ( 1
ena the Scorpion and the "Skunk so He put all. ': Some woik has been done in the county through Now thcyXe big crops and cattle fat ; Jim drives i opiniiin' |nilliil\ expressed, .i is: tha' ", aFul"I u'.t't fur ,1""lt tin y, 11.sand '({
these a car higli-jiriced at that and he and Mary seek it will not \le, adMsnliLu, to ti, > to. en- I do nut tan' to have th I > ;utiliseanil 1
together: enve5ed it with susprcuon, wiapped, it the building of tlipp'nf{ vats and {"lane are under '. .
while their quite .lo-dale machines I ,I'ani/c; ii new patty for HI'\'I''ul, i ic'usone / ridicule. h 1 .
with jealousy marked! it with a yellow steak and nay now for the construction of( more of( these most' I'new scenes up ijii'd 'on me agutti nit
1 called it a kNOCk! !I'.R s.d'mabe!' ne"solle The work should be undc1I -I'ell corn for him or jtring her he.His Their home fiat To 1 my opinion that is was t thin nnd will be ni'am, if we '

-.' This product wasso fearful to conic itpl laic tk.cn I in a thorough:' amid-ysternatic manner and if ''i 1= lulled with hope and cheer they I}, ave a little' jua t what th"v want Us to ,do, knII ()\\'- 'h"'IH| It-:: to fniiii, a 'mess pittv .I Iit
; he's, bald it's she's fit. !but. then lit that thiv hive the niiihiifiv ill ; ,, .
liue ; A'.1 q.! ,
that He eciear t
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to makeonicthing lo count "rait t It. il is. the" !hci'inmng! of anotlier year v\ill see C'cmha i "ins ttl i "ii"( i:"ngeliiMil"i 'l
.. so I Ire took a sunbeam and put' it in the 1 hcfail, t of a alilo lo ad' <'ltj'e its fine rattle !lands as (lee J they: have; 'nine clnldten maLe ten and Jim's a'' their hinds' and thaI t tins will beat. I I?, n i I f u d'1 M i ,' oi"I" v politi"IIl"" ', A
i, child the brain ol a man tapped these\' in chic, of Ink-1. 1 hal i I" the troy' best helli''menl they 'Ii I ad-ins cil-i-/enINCREASING I Us one') wa Y"I', aiiothe"i.: ;Mui,. I,'t i islo ,i\'t t \M,. tin' ,'tay: ill the pait\, 11..1 i ..

pride covered it with l\Jlhe,1y i lots gave it a could |i.ive. ---- .....: 'Inv: in r lilt' paiiv mill( agitate' andrJneate Iron: .n.l]Is i,1'I MII| toll ]help us In di.,- 'I

mask of vrNjft and a pid'-p' of steel!, and called! it IM Mi'itgoneiv county j\I.J.a-na. the countycijiinnssioners NUMBER OF AUTOMOBILES:\ 'I. om piimiples till .Iiiii-' litb Idrnt, ( tinrrm; '"' that would slay in tu I !' ,
a BOOSTER ; made hup\ a Inter of( (field and /flowers uniler'ook: lo help lIe,' cammiKii I' \\'C' will tin'n )Ii"i\c a sticnic force. w ith 'put\' raid! vote. iir'iinst. us should 1.a'ly n
the demand for automobiles has
lh of
The !
W' and manly -port-, n believer in equality! and along by, paying half the, cost of public'; \ats These I i grow I tin that no until not f'nclui, sing ourprincTjles rev \. I 11- foi,'tin''(I,
hrrome *o great thai the factories! are put t to their will be able to stand the
d, I justice and ever >mites llie,,c two weie made m0rl..1 l vat weic built at an actual cost of A little more linn i | fall'( i'ui-i' i I.> ,i in,. Menus oniu' dI 4- ,
bounds the
I Iest l to keep within measurable matter avalanrIii'. of votes that will
? man has had I the puulcge i of( choosing his. as4ociales. forty dollars. the fanners (furnishing ihejabor. and 1 come up I I Ihi'm 11-, is a atato-\vi.lc- movement in our }
of filling orders with anything like promptness '; against him. .
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f the countv doing the hauling of the necessary ma- II j fate'. So I lot's full in line with .
,. It is estimated that 'the production of automobiles |I I Ht'C'ondtay:: in the party and Own I .say
. terials. .. the honest dc such
-- ( mounts and loll up' ,
1 '. THE FAKERS ARE HERE i Ibis I is but one of A number of useful plans that this year will reach the enormous total of j I[: we lan 'XCI(1S0 some rights that w,' an uvalamlu against the men that '
'1.200000 cars as against 892,000 last >ear This ( could mil outside" of the pailv Stayin
might he put into effect here. Pensacola businessmen stalled this ilisfrmiihisement that
,
/ will 'bring the number of( cars in use up to more nnd 'C''e I U it that vC'I'Y'c'undidate i
During the last few weeks a number of called could not invest their money !hotter than to put Ithe' will never ofter for office again
linn 3000000. As there are only about 2250.000 comes out square and flat footed for ;f
I "adverti miles of road in the United States al the close of( true Arnericruiism.end if you are not
.' of the stale with their schemes. All kinds and all''' Successful raising of( good stock i is impossible -' that if he favors those resolutions] at
the will have more than enough cars to satisfied that K true, patriotic
we is a
year !: "
j sorts of( "cards"and "posters" have been put to with the lick, and successful raising of( least the fourth und fifth that he cannot '
up l provide one for each mile of road in the country American democrat' vole against him, '
the business of( the The good stock means ready to the farmer get vote. Put them notu '
men community. strange money your on
and have possibly] ,half a million machines left over. ; even if Iv be your brother, since the
thing about all is that The tick has boarded with the Escamhia farmers all the
it a number of the business over state, from city marshalto
One of the chief factors in the rapid increase in the Romanist and rotlen politicians of
have "(aile, about long enough. Let's busy and the : Make them
(for the line
men schemes. | get turn governor get in
number of( machines in use has been the steady reduction Jacksonville have taken the aggressive -
Wise advertisers the rascals out. We can heat that rotten crowd two to
country over have placed l|
in price. It is stated that at the recent and put us on the defensive Let'smake
a their disapproval upon this sort of so-called'adver- I one, if we will; only get down to business
VALU'E automobile show in New York one-third of all the it gust as hot for them as we ,
t r' tising. which they? have declared to be worthless and I ASSESSING AT FULL I : Yours to win. t.
cars exhibited cost less than $1000. Thirty-five can. There is a !great move on to get
yet the "fakers"contrnue: to travel about the coun- I G. B. WOODALL. ,
different manufacturers( displayed cars under this the committee to meet and rescind :"
try, taking the merchants'good money and passing I The state tax commission: has sent out an I: price. A better car is now sold for $1000 I than their action. I say let it stand as it If you were troubled with diseases ,
:
is on to some other place. They take the bulk of the order to all tax assessors to assess all. property at could be had a few years ago (for more than twice lis. Let's make the fight with those in any crop las / year it will be well 1
X money away with them and spend little in the community full value. that amount. Thert is no indication that the motorcar secret order religious tests againstus. to" writehe Experiment Station o ... #t,}

which they visit. 1 1 I While to some such action may seem to work I I has begun to lose its grip on the public and so There is no need of one vote be- the University srf Florida at GaIr.esT :

Often we hear some merchant complain that a hardship if the commission can enforce its order we may expect that the increase in production will ing: lost. Should any registration of- ville and learn the trouble if possible\ .(1. .

advertising rates in a newspaper are too high. Here I Florida will profit thereby. (j I continue for an indefinite time. One automobile ficer or manager fit the polls ask anything Preventive! measures for many iJiB*.;.. ,
the'merchant: pyirwenty cents per columns inch I Flordia is a state to which thousands of peopleare maker says "There are about 10,000,000 horse in regard to a'secret order or eases must be taken weeks before the

for advertising which goes before the people of turning as a future home or as a place for in- J Is jcjrawn.i r1 vehicles in the United States so we still have religious test close up like a clam disase appears. It is often too law j

thecity .and county each week in the Valley Gaff vestment. One of the first things a prospective set- ,,a considerable market left"-Clearwater Sun. i, and put the burden of the, j proof on after the. disease begins work.f .

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1916, THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PAGES.

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,. '" road but that is to be started soon. week but Is Imp'rovlng"lnlcely( at this I I and gave a report of the meeting last I I a Chinese Ministerial .school in that

J All this clay work on these roads is writing night." II I far-away land, where our C. E. missionaries .

St. Cloud voluntary' subscriptions by local peo Sam Barber is erecting a: new- barnat For'Pomona, north-eastern district Mr and Mrs. Stother, are

', DepartmentNEWS ple. 'Tie) county has. ,given no assist- his home on Boggy Creek. Rev.'R. C. Drisko, after special music !I so happily at work. Wish vie had

i ..;;-- fence in the work. G. B.'Lawson' and wife, Dick Lawson gave an address telling of,the convention more such news as this from Fells-

Lake Hamilton will send an-.exhibit ,, Claudo Barber:, Joe Harvey, Will good time in Jacksonville t

i.:: / AND, NOTES OF THE "WONDER. FR 9lt'OUR OWN j to' the South Florida Fair at Tampa, Fortenberry Janette and Blanche 1 Down in St. Petersburg; following mere.West Palm Beach Congregationalists .

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT as a part of the Polk County ex' Lawson 'wen; callers at the }, i a ,plendidonveni.1on for southwestern have five subscribers to "Dixie eI
.
,ft .. .. hibit., "t Smith' home Sunday I district, held in Tampa there wasa i I i. Endeavor," a new Dixie Standard
I Mrs. MU land Mrs. Sam Barber union service at the Congregationalchurch Chart, and several Experts.
:S The 'New ,York Veterans Association ;- ReV. Westcott Coffered prayer, Mrs. Pleasant, Blooniington, Ind:, went to Orlando Thursday to visit for the three societies of the Park has its 'own printed a
read is visitor here of her Mrs. Winter
f met In Oak Grove Park on, Tuesday -; minutes J of the last meeting; were "a friend, Mr. Munn who was operated! on againat Sunshine 'City. Our reporter, Miss topic.cards. Others are doing it, alsov
Jones. Mrs. Pleasant favored the
r{" February 1st. St: Cloud Fife and approved as read. All-comrades* St..Luke's hospital His conditionis Sarah Phillips. says the ;
", .. 'and Drum corps was' present and had wire asked to go ''to Fan-is' real estate church congregations both here and still quite serious, but we sincerely meeting began'll'tteen minus earlier, In Jacksonville the Springfield.
'fJ Seven members office anti.( register their name,' address at IlaineqCity, Sunday with beautifully usual good I Presbyterian \lors.trled\ the Boston t tI
music. new were hope that he will enjoy a speedy convalescence. ,- than so:'many things were
taken in. This is the only veleraniorganisation and war record.' The St. Cloud rendered: vocal- selections.' said that the time seemed short. I| sash and star plan very successfully
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in St. .Cloud. The pro Chautauqua' was anounced. again. to I The Lake Hamilton hotel 'has added Will Fortenberry, Janette Lawson, Many echo meeting's were held after -;' for their Efficiency Campaign. We
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1. gram opened: by the: choir singing begIn. February 18th i I I an; automobile to' its equipment andca'n E.verett; ; Smith and Blanche Lawson the series of autumn conventions, hope others took; up Mr. Lehmann's'convention this f
advice in
trying
) :Maryland: My Maryland.; The third number* of the Lyceum' now' give automobile service to. motor-ad to .St. 'Cloud Sunday afternoon and the three just mentioned give, a i.of way the
enthusing, in lastingdegree,
t announced for Wed- its patrons. of how
An original poem was read by Mrs courso was next glimpse enjoyable they were. Junior aonieties of Florida.
Every, on St. Cloud. nesdayi.evening'', Feb. 2. in'.G* A. R. . Mrs. Sam Barber and Myrtle called In! Fellsmere they have pldeged I, in J !
Own hall 44S--.c-----...rM :-x--------,..: on Mrs. Smith and Ev.elyn'; Friday af- that wide awake union society, thirty j I Grace A. Townsend.
Sold by Lynn Dougherty,."My <- .
.'I1f.L United States," An "Old Dutch Dinner" was an- KUNNYMKDE=" \ 4 ternoon. dollars a )'ear'to. support a student in. I I ,Inlerlachon: .Fla.,. Feb. 1st.Experienced .

1.. Violin music-Comrade. McGill. nounced to be ;given; next. TueRday..F 4i I ___ L __ f .. ...i-

Remarks New York state by h. tat by ore Ladies Aid of the :, *.._........_....._....._._.._._..._............_.._._._._.....A '-"- .. I t

"'. Rev. Frank on Kenney I Christian church. Tickets' for dinner':!I.--n..n John;: -AI. ;:'.::;;:;: .t-n;::: -1 ENDEAVOR I -.i 1 .1

'. Singing: by male quartette.Rending 23: cents. I \ ? CHRISTIAN -H s

by l MI-K.) ('mnRton./ ', EIII McElroy: Tent auxiliary tt the ho-tel 1 \ i
Violin and banio; duct by ComradesSt.venson and navy union will five\ i"Mctto I ' t
nrmy lions to John :M.; J.-e for the hospitable -
That have 1 been nirc social
I must a [ Citrus Fruit Growers
and Woirill. I'alm Tea" at Mrs. Vctder'shome '
\\'hut '
his hands
treatment at to- by Mi.i"1 Grace opal l CJussioVinn ;
""' Comic ,reading by President W. Friday afternoon Feb. 4th. gun
; on is know., as a "Spils Stake 1) 1l1lcr, ,
\ frr Chd..linn'chul'l'h End 'avori ,,

i.r .. ruinchcr.The next meeting will !h<} held the 1 cents"refreshments a Plate.Mr. . be nerved. at ten a same novelty took to plucc\ many. at of the his-partv.wonderful] Tire ; "I' '.t'hrraiy<' f Ki'-ummee'! I'-l'-l I : is(last Chiislian week.( Endeavor | Continue to Plant Buckeye{ reesThee's

first in March nt he( homo ntMr. I
Tuesdny) Hill; ] stated that a home com- grov'c'at Southpfrrl. to''
'y"k. Ale frettingready
I yiu
lake'front.
and Mrs. R.udvell on the
l>nny' had teen! formed Ul'/! /' the name J. Bd\" lId KriuiM', the) crorinl' pioprietor m.I',' it tin",? "h-\! ever" for your soc' -
The n"s j ei Ilion will mo-'t ul
of (he St. Cloud Devclopi.i'Mit] Com- .
of the Ilottl I Washington;' l'i- '
V?
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the )ptVrh at..10 o'clock U'>'il marcli t-i lure overall.. the holdings of i a.lea. on. of course They have found
i"1ml' 1 I'\y.; Illalift holts, Iml, n'h1".i,1' \ nt of theXarfuo'M'f Il( '( of I th.1 coTtipFiiMilinnp' "if a long
ff'ont there to tlc'(I l.nd"ol: I | tIll i.iuiulc) Lund l and! I In'en1l'nt.: : Home II ,,"d l TOWMCo.., n .., i j- the get iiiK/ well part.\ The Buckeye tree deiicndnble! and Buckeye service helpful. if
.
ClnsiMl \bv Sinf'iiur Annie 1 .auric.rf I ('u. This im ,ink's ice amid l elorlrti arraiiirtd" hurriedly over" the phone on 1"l', '.' < .cietaiy is raining slowly but I laving proved the Buckeye product to be a good thing.

1J4 m"lI1h. present. i |plant! hotel, St. Cloud Tribune, amid all Tiiejv'ay la.- t with M 1 r. !Lee! of his .]eh..n' MM 11) each day. i i the e planters are holding fast to it. !"
other buili'inirs'' and IlIn..;-. Stock is tilie to' ,
I have the folks of the Kunliynxde !.monA' news items coining to the
\Yed11esday night Mrs. hal..lleI I told at $">(O> per share. The capita see what is I known an the largestgore untie 111'-, winter, too good licit, to bit The lesson to grove owners just! beginning their opera

]II> \\i", of IVnsacola! I state ]pre.' idiot) I .stock has been placed at $q I,(OIIO.(
of the KclicKuh Assi'inbly\ mnde arudd1 M.iny: citi/ens! have libeialy flubscribI'd ../jrr" <'eal'lc' fill'1; r. let to conduct) theparty seveial, disliiith! of the State Union.
.(>.." explaining! the principles of i to Ihi.'Y. ) worthy undertaking. I :?! Itt 84 no soouer, suggested In Crescent, City( faster. lUiriis of large degree upon whether they start right. Trees

the order, after which n (*nod social :Newcomers introduc"t! : ('(nnrndrsi'ersuns That: ,done: And "o well) (dune ( not the the l'ie>-byteiian church uses IIIK auto that have given satisfaction to growers for almost thirty ;

time and dainty ri-frohhmppts; were of the 47th Ohio rind his wife tile be them' with and Ii.denc
I htetiks! ) but urianir" mer.ts. I to tfo after children" living(; some di.st.u years can planted by assurance con
t'n joyed.KlUhii. I ('I-m(' buck after, "spending a. nice winter !
: the church, l'l'ingingtlwlI1 .
I The gaily consisting: !; of .1. E. : :i-e from .
mid .Tamos Smithermnn, '' with us last ','al', L. II. Sullivan' : I
1 lull
Krause and family Adam Suclke amifum'lv t 111 Sunday: si-hool. We wonder if hedi'es
of ( '.lunil.ii' 0.: Kpiiini! A. I LaBay.i i I: (':.m\- from. Cix'nixule'' Kunsr.s. Itovvas :! CliffordV.. Hiuis; and\ family.: this also for Junior Kndeavoier. Buckeye Nurseries hare never ceased to labor to give

of I'IuL, 'tdrlphia. Pa.; John 'I-'orwiiid. ,, not a soldier, 1 hut had three: twin each in their auto cn.s loaded down : Tht, Piesbyleri.in" \ Sund.iy: school of better trees. Each year's experience has enabled them to
:Ma :Mr. und) :Mrs., C. I ,iehiti\ in the 1 serxice.'oniriuli1 i
of IlimilaU-. -' ; with gaud. tlnntr.- to eat KTt the hotel lh,' Piimaiv ",'par'I".nt in ;Miami ,
III. "-t'. ; ( Koscoe: and wife (-:'me in put more vigor and more downright good quality into
C. I'lKr\ / of ( 'hirairo) , wciigu< ; promptly at 10) o'dul"At Kissim; dot ing the hnliduys sent a lox of to)1-
for, few week' f'-oin Neliriiiku: : . to the cold these trees. As production has increased and labor-saving
lit the Kleminghuist) a i i : fscapi' nice they were' met l h v ;Mr, I.'e, who I to the' State ('hillln''' Home Soci.-t),
and! 1'Vpivt\ to' !be here ngiiin nftrviMtinir I winter. Me ser v .d!Im ('0. F i 10th Ohio i had, with him n goodly sixed, market I: rash child, 1 going one jrift. Surely devices have been adopted. reducing overhead expense

othi( points of interest.JT. CaMiliy. Comii.de ]Kline said he had \lia'kethnh we ufU'l-w.iid learnedcontained I this is. I beginning right in childhood.l'cir it has been possible to lower the prices of Buckeye trees.
li. of Ik-Witt., been here, nine' days and would lie with
Huck and wife the lusc'ojjs( sleeks.After . the fall convention for central
1'Enoch: \ S. Cuitor, Atlantic City, I us 9.000euis) ( if the Rood Lori let; .
the
; Weirdalc TavaresCongregational
I' an hour's ride over the prairies district held at This year's stock of trees is the largest ever grown by t
N. .1. F. T. Wolfe and wife, of Wak- himlive that long. lie nails from,
church sent lhirte.SIIsenior '
: and lake front, we stopped at a !; !; | Buckeye Nurseries. It is made up 'of the very best trees rC
G and Charleston, W. Va. 3.: C. Horn, Co.
alee Mich.: Mrs. J. Young delegates, more than other .
< any
Miss :M. 1. Young, of Bell<'view. Iowa;; K, 4<>th Illinois Inf., in heron: his beautiful grove, some 12 miles below society. The climax was, using our they have ever produced. The prices at which these trees

RcI.I I. M. and and Heche, Excelsior fit Ft visit and is more than pleasedand 'I' Kissimmee and there we lunched and Tavares correspondent's words: "Our are offered are remarkably low. quality considered. Almost '
and ate first steak
saw our spits garnished \
Springs, Mo.; F. S. Sullivan and wife,, said he never expected to see 110 with leal N. S. sweet potatoes.To crowd came home full of enthusiasmLaunches every buyer since the first of the season hair written a .
of Cedarvule, Kansas, arc among the many veterans together ag-ain. lie i is: fine ''
letter the
regarding
Mr. Lee we are all extremely indebted _. complimentary to* us trees received
late arrivals and are pleasantly situated located in Minnesota now. -- ---- I
at the Fleminghurst.The Mrs. Frank Clagne) and her mother for this day's outing. May he and many have placed duplicate orders .
live long is the wish of all those who 'I .
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concert ,given in the Methodist are from Minnesota also. Mrs ; h.
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church last Friday evening, was thoroughly cluirne said one pleasant thing) she participated. ". .-. ; >

enjoyed by a large and appreciative heard here was the bugle call in the Children's Theatricals.The I =7= B..... CSr- ... -.;;;; I, If yon' ?,QI'tlI'l.IJUIl Die new 'Buckeye catalogue 1 q
audience early morning hours. She njoys, our I young folks at the Runnymedeare I. '
write today for a cop)'. ."1.<" us questions I
Charles II. Turner in daily rehearsal for what Is to
rot I'll. Lydia Mosher spent Saturday. people very much. I '
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last: at Orlando. Co. I I. Kith Iowa, landed: here last be a great surprise for the guests. Skiffs,. I II also ll'e trill gladly answer-- .

!Mrs :MJtzel and friend, of Narcoos- Thursday and is highly gratified ai .Jay Edward Krause is coaching the

see, were si.;">pping in our city on what he has seen. little ones. The show is to take placeon Dories Built to i

Thursday last. Capt. W. F. Ackerson: Co.. F, 51s1N. Monday evening next. I Nurseries
Buckeye
," .,, Mrs. J. B. Westcbtt was the recipient Y., and the 2nd Ohio, and his wife Camp. Bruns on 4 mile canal is now Order , +
m ,'- / of 'atwolidk' golddiomond'etadtt refrom Rutherford,. ';Hehas completed for the entertainment of 's'M.'' E. Gillett D.uC.tGillett k+,
"l I } thepnst,7wcek{ . <<; g ; ? arf!:! { ; .: NtiJt : 1, ,
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*( !\welfrom' 'th e*Key'l beenJaro'un"d a"grt'dsal 1 andwaytiw the"trucgtB of the Runnyinede.'i, ,1 l ''c; 1057 i'Citizens -Bank Bid .; TampaFlorida ,A' '
stonef' 'hnpte 0 EbJ"lJT Wood, h1 V ll the tr es PI lace: trn'JJb outh Cot?anti equipment for"atjleast ten (BOILERS AND.:TANKS l ; 4;
,
I NUJ"F.ngrayed on 'the frolltJ of the John' M'Anderson h ad'l r''charge;: oflthe| or more, ithT dlyj,s ized ftentsfarel. '* t u.; .. .., .... .'"

;. emblem is the. Keystone Chapter No. social hour and had sOme of the best< now there. It reminds ,one of a tent EUILTTO'ORDERi-.

.R (>!I. O. K. S., and on the back of the t-'lent in town on his program which city. Here the sportsman with GALVANIZED '

jc-wel. :Mrs.: Wesi'toolt's name and the I fololws: I..d and pun secures that which makes! .

, dat> of her seivicen as worthy mat Solo, Mrs. .f. K. Conn. Recitation blood tinjfie. COPPER AND

ron. ( hy Comrade ioodwin.; Violin, selection I Roy Hruns. of lirookville Ind., the -... i
I Rev. R. Turner, the boy preacher, by Comrade] Stcvi'iT-mi. Piano I champion amateur' wing shot of that ZINC SHEETS:

from Orlando, Fla., will preach in (J. solo by Edith llanucl. Re>'itt, lion by :I state, together with several other The Favorite Store of Kissimmee
A. R. hull Sunday, Feb.\ I Hh. at 2 p. loldu: (;io\es Mai: dolin solo I by> Miss i' guests of the Runnymede, contemplate I OAK, CYPRESS I I
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in. and 7 p. m' Elsie Baker. Two baritone. selections i iliy : a visit to the camp this week t
j
. The St. Cloud fJi.rrison of the Army A. (;i. I 111.// ihim Rocked in the Cra- -.--- MAHOGANY

and 1':11Union: will enU-rU'in the idle! of the Deep and Roaminp in tho I ',......-.----..-....-.......-..-..",...".....-......-.............-..........-..-..'".'..."... WHITE PINE and
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Elsie i McKIroy Auxiluuy on next iloamiiu; It"admjr: by Comrade :Mc- 4 FURNITURE ? .

:Monday afternoon from 2 to 5 p. m., Rrath. Solo. by Mrs. P. B. :Morjran. :1.-IA UNION=" CENTER: *v ALL HARD WOODS'

the Masonic hall. The secretary, J. M. Anderson, .. .. .. ......
at I -X ; : : :-:-:-; .c.HX.I : :->-, : : :
The Christian Endeavor society of wishes to thank all those who BO ably I FIRE ESCAPES
Blanche Lawson several
tie Christian church will give a dinner assisted him in this excellent pro- spent daysof
last week visiting her sister Miss
' in G. A. R. hall February 12th; gram. Closed by singing Star Spangled ,
Bessie at Pirtc'Castle. -WE HAVE IT !
,
! proceeds to go towads.the. church Banner.: Will Fortenberry and Everett I Cpmpetent Force of Workmen

debt.The Smith, of Kissimmee, and Mr. Furen, : for Road Work at
Veterans association met on 4 444sv0 ?44444 ,
4
of Orlando, Were Sunday visitors in
January 29th with Presi- fr
Saturday
, this All Times.JACKSONVILLE .
> 'LAKE HAMILTON 4 community I' .
dent W. F. Kenney in the chair. All
and 4 4 Joe Harvey spent a few days in In connection with our Hardware line w. carry a complete
our national song, America, r. I II
sang 1 'ootOOoooot.a Orlando last week. fine of furniture. We make a specialty. of outfitting omen, andkamdle

Fishing is good these days here. Ruth Harvey and Janette Lawson .u. reliable

spent Wednesday night and Thursday
One fisherman caught forty pounds
GEORGIA MAN IS Saturday last Others have done as with Evelyn Smith. .
I Bed Room Furniture
Mrs. Arthur Ha'ye ill last' fLORID ) Dining
well or better. Some of the bass was quite ,

RESCUED IN TIME weigh as much as six pounds each.!, I .- -- Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
,
Lake Hamilton is the historic fishing-

,, Resident Restored of Woodstock After !Hit Finds Physicians Himself grounds Cleveland and where his President friend Joe Grover JefTer lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,

Failed.T. 1r
of Kip VanWinkle fame, used to Couches Etc.
ion
;, A. Lewis, who lives out on Route ,
Woodstock, Ga.. was the victim of come many years ago, when all this -s _. -
a. stomach troubles for a long time. 111'1 I !;section was a virgin wilderness. And .1

tried the treatments of many doctors. they did, not catch all the fish either This tore i ia making a record] for itself in the matter -of

.He tried sufferings all sorts were flf remedies.His a serious. handicap U is fishing is still good in Lake Ham- helping people to outfit homes. Come and see. Our price are

.. to his work.. Hon, and in Lakes !Marion and Pierce,
Then ho tried Mnyr's Wonderful and many .smaller lakes in this, sec i
Remedy. Just as it always does, the I tion. IStakcS (rllt rightTOOLS
first dose proved to him what could I have been set for the elc- .C"' RESULTS
be done for his ailment He took the TELL. Ask any customer about
3' full treatment; then wrote: I trie light poles here and these will be FAVORITE FERTILIZERS FOR ENGINEERS
"I have taken your wonderful remedy be set soon, the wires .strung and the
and am feeling better than I have current turned on. .y They know and can testily as to THEIR ,
felt in four No matter what kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam,
years. II Work in progrAis on the north "'
"Your remedy does just what you was I QUALITY, THEIR SOLUBILITY LASTING Railroad or Stationary Engine-we han exactly the 'Toolt yea
road last week, and the claying of it
claim it will do. cI Iii QUALITIES and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oiler, etc,
"I tried several doctors but they has been carried to a point over anile ,
i did me no good. I am ilIad that I I and a half east of the junstionof to FLORIDA SOILS all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will

have found your wonderful remedy. > the north road with the route of '' surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only i
IY, I have recommended who need it it.to" some of the Scenic Highlands Dixie Highway ,r': Special Formulas For All Florida Crops hardware that is of superior( quality and you will make no mistake

... my Mayr_neighbors\ Remedy gives .through here. This north road is 'tobe j:, I'a.. WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS in'. coming-. here NOW and impectiaj oar big stock.Osceola .

'.' permanent results for stomach liver clayed out to a distance of at least i I v-:
.J and intestinal ailments. Eat as much two miles. Work was begun this week I AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS INSECTICIDES I
;,. t and whatever :you like! No more distress -I ,
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after eating,,pressure of gas in on> the ,;laying of the middle road I,
t ... the stomach and around the heart. which is already clayed out over half Hardware Companyr
, Get: one bottle of your druggist now a L mile from its junction: with the a eI
:: \U\ and try it on an absolute guarantee Scenic Highlands route. No claying
I if not satisfactory money will be re Jacksonville Fla.
turned. has been done as yet on the south
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\CE6. THE KIS3IMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 1918. .

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I JII *6 i''O+o+ai +4+d 4+04Society ' '. ""UOi Ingram,. Dorothy Wells Mrs. L, H. Bessie Hunt, Mrs. Marcus Luke Jr.; m., at Bartow p.' m. and night.. AUTK-B

i Infjranv Mrs Gcq. 'I'ersonsl; Mrs. II, Mrs P. K. Weaver, Mrs. J, "C. Griffin, Feb 13-Le'ave Bartow a, m., at NOTJCK: IS I HICUKHY, LIVEN that onMonday '
th, 21al day fif A.
Notes W. Grady Mrs, Harris Mrs. E. E. Mrs. t-t <>1.hrulA/'f'. ,M, +,a
: .$ tI Wells)) Miss Louise Clark and,. Miss irg Mrs. J. .Chapman, 'Mrs F. B.,. Feb. 15 -At Tampa. /I''tJ.....Rl ofticj.r IjiAlKltinnn! the, ,Fields roll\ I County Hmty. emuntiy. Klorla -- ., "!1

I Holland., Wade Mrs. ,''Belle hunt, Mrs.\ H: N. I cb. 1C-Leave Tampa a.. 'm., at '|< therew \ 'Pe a "noeUniror Iha''' "
I OWIKMH Of lllllllN UltUlltl-d! I III 1 Ihe IjOIIKhIIIHIL ;4-
Editor.) M M'N'1'LAt1 Bratton, Mrs. U; A: Colton, Mrs. G. Arcadia p. m. '. > \Irahua'ullnsllist' I roeilie' puipoHaof i <1
(Mattle Belle Harris. JOINT PICNIC '' I elcrctliiK1. H I 11"1'i l ur UIKMI ,iH) Sul -
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; SitiKletary, Mrs. 'G. J, Woodall Mrs. From Arcadia it Is possible that he l Ilervlni.s/a l' Committees 'from the Modern i ; "' the 'the InjKlit lii xHld IHxIrkt, two <2)' of i ity
May StockJule Mrs. J, II. Overstreet, will attempt to( crocs state by \ : ::
Gazette to send items ; Woodmen fliiill, In, residents l l of the C'mln-
of.the Valley)! of America and the whop)
t Request h made to all.plltrDI! .. Hoyal :Mrs! N. C. Bryan, Mrs! W. L. Paulk, I say of Fort: lla\ sengr and Okeecho- In,.wlilt'M Miioh' KlmiU-t \ "for in these colums.MQTItERS ., .: ; Neighbors! 1 Itxlj-es< .. of St. Cloud, spent ,Sarah "l' east of the I, ;Hiu-li ol clloii ouch!I : end every: Hera' ,
publication
of Society: Events to the Editor ; j : andyMrm. Cuhoon. :'City to' the coast! loop Iut'\ha lot ..Iii the HIM'let- Hlnill' l'i'Meiit|
3 Monday evening {In the city{ contorting : ? ,.I'I. J., J. Gl'lffiit111; entertain' the Jtyixie Highway at Jupiter. o..l80\0.) -,1 1 onU 'shatom' ftll'l,, -/1"11 I1IHT' Hllldl 1)0iittlllt'il
... ',' withIhpsc- lodges of I III oin> (1)) ) vote, In Ielson vr by
Kissimmeejn .
' ( ... : :+ :-+ dub at her home t 214 Main streetat : 'punty hag lA'eii"doing much\ work on '. 'In writ, dull' Hl ml..l. for cash '
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; e+c-+ : : to .. ... him 'In Such 1'111.
H'ejrurd, a joint picnic to be }heldat uiiu-' r 'tend < 'n<''''' >y
) the next meeting, < ,, lib| road flow Arcadia to. (the J Ki lsrnl11l' rue.iJvliiit "
TEACHERS CLl'1The It favors were C'ullhinm.Ue/ handpalntt'ed itllcl\ Tinthr V (3)) IW-IBOHII!!
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AND I'I.c1.I'ly The
: delegation ineluded
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> -.-- : river. Four II\ months Mhc' hlKliuo nuitilMi tlr \,1"11 III "alii .
1'1 ,: mothers and teacher club will I I i baskets in ,yollrfvv ami white, tied Messrs.! C. EJ< l ("Carlson Frank or ,.1.. ,i'(ton uliiill (I',,. 1U(1.iodleeted( 1 nsdpl .
I. .ijfo the trip was successfully arcom- $) | 'rIHOIH., ;: tin' land' (,mtll-irt' shall
have a business/ meeting on Friday uftcrnoon .- I with iibbons and these. held suited Walton, B. E. Gessford 1;., L. Walker, A. ROSE DIES FROMPARALYTIC 'lish.-d I K. Parker of Tampa nl. <>-. .llon-l' ile. (. .I'nitlie,. ,I h.- -
by W. of .fTl.( or .l.h
which lit leuath of 1h<> terms !
Mrs. C. WI nuts. The place cards, were
February II, at :Mrs. J. W' Reifschneiderv and Miss "
, ad it j i" [entirely: ; possible now if the Frp| "-rlisar HO <.1 ll oloil. t >" I III'III. Wlltlll
Griffin's home III.Mani street., lathed to the glasses were' decorated\ Jane Warner. They were met. by A. shall\ I I .. lee. \\.1\ ono ''II.I Ii\'O .(21.i. .4I.. '
\ f STROKE eathtT i is not too wet. It will not be .,".I I tins i. I : . .
J, uyh (dainty bttlo haml-painted, figuic W. Bailey, Leon !iris and W. P. Lawronco 1 .. Y'liis'1thsal, ....yo'r! 1".l>i mil i.V.: "*.. .
LE.IGLiE work done
with the .
: SOCIAL The several ug /good by I 1\.111.\ I III
tempt- s
.5. coulees jwere a committl.'e'rrol1\\the M. W. A. .t. I,' ril'FIiSTIISisT; .
i The members of the Senior Ep- injjfly served 1 anct CV'one had ii'mo-it I "1 VSoto county before the trip is pos- c'l.-ilc c-r i'tiiiilt ('ours,
lodge: of Kissimmee, and S. L. AlcibmdcH Rose, who haw for > .
Lup- a . '
: ... cNmniv', (''lottilaM
will bo entt'iUiinpd, on ible: inlnv weather and i it will be (Seal! ) '
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i worth League/: iMijrhtful time. The covers! wl'rJulll: i I .
I fer, Airs. A. Oolterman and Mrs. Mun- I number of years been proprietor of lv J.VMIJSula JOIIN8TU.N
\. evening lit< the home of, Mint but a few years_before a bridge will II, (". ,,
Friday Towne Mrs. Minnie
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s I gcr, a committee from the R. N. lodge the Park hotel, died suddenly last I I StTo rIP ,ptllillxh.vl I In IIssimuii.VaI-
Ruth Walk. on Verona. strtet.A. j.\lctCf'e; WillKon, :Mrs.. W. L. IJgat Mrs. of this city. The evening was spent I Friday evening/ t+ o'clock.: Ills death ross the Kissimmee_ vcr, one having rlo.I 010..11.:, '''//III'''H I,1< hobl1) amid
been Illh.1
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r A. A. CL.1Sti ELECT OFFH'EltS] i Hester I'or''h. \lrs. H. C. Macfarlanc, at the home of rM; tK. B. E. Wells':, came as a result of a second strokeof '
1 :Mrs, :M.\ W. Mrn. K. A. Ellis I I : Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe
l'arruth ,
HApTisT
J Friday! evening of last week the A. | where plans were discussed! and committees paralysis.' Mr. Rose. having been CHlJRCH

t' A. A. Clans of the Prenbytenan/ : Sunday I :Mrs. W F. 1 E'ller.M'R. Amos Norris, I : wew appointed to perfect ar- I unable to walk since the first stroke-, Sunday school !9-4o: ; A. in. Orj:aniz-, I IJKOVIi'8 Old! /Mnmlurd TAhTHI.HI general SS,1>TONIC...1r.lth"DlnR')010.; ,drives out,

. 4 school was entertained by their. :MrI, 1 H. rl ndus'o'n. Mmv' S. L. Lowly ( rangemnts for the vent.It some months U-go. eel adult liible class, C. A. (Carson MBloriR.rnllchc the>lc>oil.unit builds. up the.....ayey *

, 1 much beloved' teacher: Mrs T. It ." and Mi'*. Arthur I .lirkland.1VES'1'MINSTER . was decided to accept the invita- Funeral: services, attended by a teacher, 10 a. 111'. Pn'ltl'hig1Iol'ning; I t-n.. Atriiptonir,-- -Fur-.,.ml--, 'Mf-mill-ohlhl.--Ole'

Mosely.! A plcasai.t! business eveningWHS ( tion to hold the picnic this year at large' number of his many friends in I and night by the pastor.: Morning! ,, ... -- ..
enjoyed after which refreshments :\ : CLASS .1 I the beach"at. St. Cloud; and the date Kissimmee and vicinity, were held"'-nt subject: The Disappointment l of
df'1"bt.Ja'p.
ThlVestmint.let.dlus. of the Presbyterian
were served. The following officers : was named as. the ,'2nd! of February. the Park hotel Saturday afternoon, Christ. Evening subject: Judas.Morning .
were elected: President Helen.Pcrdcw (I church! with MYB.. A. M. I All members of these lodges and Interment was in Rosehill cemetery.The \ hour 11:00.: Evening hour

& ; vrce-pres., Nellie IonRec./ ; ., I Evans as teacher, enjoyed a pleasantsocial I their friends arc expected: to be present services were conducted by the 7:00.: ]If you have no church home THERE s A WHOLE
the Hart :Memorial\
a ManicVithl'rRpooli: ; treas. CVlstcMoselcy. |; evening at to enjoy un old fashioned all day Tlev. S. W. Lawler, assisted by Rev.A. com to see us. Strangers/ are made I
, I Saturday, and the following program'' basket picnic. J. Holt, Rev. A. M. Chisholm and welcome. A, J. Holt Pat-tor.( ; LOT Or TRUTH IN,
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1' l A * was enjoyed by all present : Hev. W. B. Witherspoon.Mr. -
He the Tie That I II Tl'KSDAY EVENING) ; : ; II I : THOSE LINES
VIliS: AID SOCIETY I Chorus, "Hlest PROGRAM Rose 1 was horn at Rockland :METHODIST: CHURCH/
i A recent Hoctal event was a lecep- I Hinds, ," class c'hoi'us. j I II ;Mrs..1. 7.. Koberson, assisted by her Sullivan county New York in 18 : i I

a lion given \by, the Ladies' Aid of theM (Piano duet :Miss JOttu Witherspoon J daughter Miss I Leona were, hostesses I At the age of 22' he moved with O'j I The services at the morning houi '

Christina church, Friday, (\Kemng nt I and Mrs.: Prather.: at the Halt, Memorial Tuesday evening parents to Ogemaw county will in('ludu, a sel'num to the children, 'I I .'

the Hail M nlOriul. The guests included I Heading, "The White Swan," l.y' / enleituining the winter visitorsand : where, the family was / I a five minute .sessioi.' of i the cliuicli, .... ,
: ; 1 the niembvis of the church and :MiMildicil: Anderson, I home people with a reception. A veers in that section, l\lil'hllUn'j i l'mf'I'l'II'l'.Iwn all clepai! .I'Iments will j I J. ."

t\ their friend, and so laige a ('ro\\d 1 Il'spondd Song, Miss: Marie: Boyd.! l program of musical numbers, had been steaded a large amount of In make lepoit of the nionthV woik, the

to tin generous invitation Ruling11ete: given I by, Misses arranged and was beautifully rencleied I< At the age of ;154 he was' converted> and administration of the saerenn'nt.! ] LJj

that the capacity of t the pleasant K.ithenne: Wilcox, Loirnc )Donegun, land i I 1 as follows : felt a call to preach the gospel. Stew I'I'I At the evening hour the p.i-toi, will e ,rr

rooms was taxed to its utmost; i Helen SIIW'I' I Piano- "Yal,." (Chtomatuue| ," Ben- I as ordained a minister,' in the: Free preach on the Tiiumph of Love.A .

t The following program had been Violin srleclinn. :Miss Bl's"i) PeakeAiucdote. jamin (jodnaid. Miss Lucy Buckles. Methodist\ chinch) and for six years cordial invitation extended,! to all ,
!Miss i Kuth Hutler. Voice-"Kong of ...," Florence ,
II t Arranged: .1 Sunshine I was a circuit preacher Hear his home. ---- - ,
Addiessby) ){('v. A M. Chisholm. Piano number MJS Kenton.Kcnding Tinner :Maley :Miss EllaIIII'! On account of an invalid brother" he ('\THoLJ ('Ill'He( n IF YOU EAT WELL YOU WILL

Violin Selection, "Alita the Wild / !Miss Amv :Makmson.Dainty : J Hilhcit.Voice:i took up evangelistic, woik Later he :Sunday; l'elduary, ith, high mass FEEL WELL AND ACT WELL.

Klowei" -Miss Helen Jones.Reading lefrvshmc of sandwicliPH: -"Sweet :Miss :Mary," Neielingei. :- was afflicted! with rheumatism and and sermon II.a.( m Subject; of sermon I
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MEAT the
"TI1Owl Critic;" Miss: cakes, \c'II.alld cocoa were s.er\ed during I '. Mis: 1'. K. Weaver. was forced to give up his \\oik It I : the Divinity of Chii-t" .It'Mliod(; I GOOD is! most essential -
which Piano"Scarf Dance I well :Man I! part of a good meaL![: We pride
r Emu Lowell. the sotiiil hour followed. i rendered by was his deepest regret in his last illness as as

i.; Voice, "An Evening Lo\i Song",= and Th I ,* guest list included. tlw nWIn-1{ :Miss Lucy Buckles that he could! not have givenmoie I' The musicof the I high mass will|| ourselves on the QUALITY of our

"I> ve IH a Kose;.-:Miss Susie Speai lieis of the .class and\ then mothers. Voice-"Klysium" Oley Speakes; : : '' years to his work as a minister. be rentleieJl/ by the choir of (the ('1I1h.Ii meats. Try one of our JUICY I
: :Miss Alma (Ciiffin; : .. ,' church of (Oilando The i *
Itowscr
Humorous )Reading, ;\Ir. i :3 I music is
: lie was married i ) on February STEAKS or a FINE ROAST and '
I t' Makes Screen l Doors"> -Mrs.: Francis KINGS! : ; l\r<;illTERSMis Rev. A. M ("hisholm then gave a 1ST I !) to Miss I Agnes Campbell, who of II'l'r)' high older mid\ .should be you
will realize the truthfulness of these
i 1, Van Dialer.) : L. II. Ingiam, Mrs George; splendid' address on "Community In- i survives him. To them were borna heard by the", people of Kisximimv

5 Voice. "Purple Heather" and "Thy I Persons and Miss C Minnie Thomason tcr-ests" and Dr. Griffin, a winter vis- daughter Miss Orpha and a son, Mrs, W. I 1)). Aldiedge and Mr Cc'stea lines.

I'reRl'nee-MiMs Elizabeth Aultman. were chainung, l! hostesses Monday itor ill the city, gave: a number of Glenn both of whom survive. Lawton soloists.\ The Hl'Jo IIStembrunner PHONE 44

I:, i Chorus-"Old Kentucky lI mc." Ii Iii evening entertaining the members of I. anecdotes from his personal experi Mr. Rose and family came ttj Kissimmee of Cleveland Ohio, will ....
i Punch and delicious home made the King's Daughters Sunday school in May 11109! and after a few he the speaker at the mass I lie will

t' cakes were nerved through the social class of the :Methodist church and n ence.Mrs.. W. B. Makinson and! Mrs. S. H. i months' residence on MabbetU begin a series of lectures Sunday at I' CITY MARKET

; hour which followed. few friends, at the Hart :\lemOrial.l Bullock will be hostesses next Tues street he purchased the Park hotelon 7:30: p. m. in the Graystone Casino.Do t
p x Aae The time: was pleasantly day evening. he not miss the first lecture:
which has
August 17, 1909 t
e FOR MRS. WILLSON a musical contest which ) * I
been since.
; The Tampa Times of lust Saturday so entertaining: that it was necessary I i ito PRISCILLA CLUB I running ever
Besides his family here, he leaves t <-<--x-.x-oX--X--X"-:
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I published the following item, which draw for the prije. Miss Peggy ooQot
l I II sister Mrs. Mary Cochrane, who live
will interest the friends of Mrs. Will- Babbitt was the fortunate one and! 1 The members of the Piiscillu club
in San Antonio Texas, and! many dis i
eon in Kissimmee: was presented with a pretty song were pleasantly! entertained by Mrs. tSht relatives.Mrs. INSURANCE andREAL ESTATE
Yesterday at 1 o'clock Mrs. J. M. Mrs Grady! received 1 the consolation. I 1. C. Griffin Saturday afternoon at .
I Rose, the widow wishes tc
Towne entertained' with a charming/ Several beautiful vocal numbers were ,I her home in North KKsimmee. The thank 'the many friends of the family Let us insure your Life, your Health, )uur Property. t;
luncheon at the Tampa Yacht and! 'lenderde by Miss Ella !Mac Gilbert hours were spent in social conversa- .
for their many kindnesses!' in their Information
': Country Club, as a compliment to hre and Miss Leona Roberson. tion and) each /guest brought/ a piece of those who in regard to propcrty'forsale
bereavement and especially :
Punch and delicious home made dainty fancy work as the custom with and rent cheerfuly, given. .
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WitBon assisted at< the funeral and the sing
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cakes were served during the social this popular club. : ,
whd offered their 'ser In addition to fifteen othergood
ers, so kindly, companies we
The decorations were white and yellow hour.: : Those'present were Mrs. Emily J. .' '' :, .' 1 ,
the centerpiece being;" & large rAt'the'party;'' : j were ()Misses Peggy Redwood, 0.,. R., Wehr, of,Brookaville, vices.','.,The pall-bearers ,were .Thomas' CoU '. : now represent the well known ,; ''h't' "

?'' ., ers hower.:was The' dainty'the''large grace; !: of,thi'*<1.t silver flow'l: Bobb'itt'i::' Ella ytMaei jLOuiseiThomason 1 l2.e'rt! ;fal ,1.1GriffiJi":1'Maude Indiana ricktown;?11 OhiofilMisR..J MralLWallerWilson; :' "' *SellarsT of/Fred of* line;/ of,Sti; Cloud,",wh "was1 a1 boyhood HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York: {$. :.IJI .L" .

bound reflector' upon which the vases Leona Roberson" Ruth Clark Marie Fredricktown, Ohio; Mrs. H.; '1I 1\[. friend of Mr. Rose 'back, in :Michigan, X>>. G. W.. l .GNERa
J. McPhatter, II. O. Morrison, of Fen'ton -
Were arranged. Smaller vases held Uuddleston Elsie Norton, Lottie and Pfann, Mrs. J. Woodall, Miss Opal Second Ifloor Citizens Bank l Kissimmee
I Mich., an old friend of the fam- Bldg. : fla. !
\ clusters of the daisies and cut glass Lola Lawler, Nina Hrutton, Zena Alderman Smith, of Wayland Mich.; Mrs. John
compotes held olives sailed nuts and Mildrsd Lee, Cleo Wooldrige, Johnson, Mrs. R. I D. Guice Mrs. J. ily, E. L. Lesley and W. II. Jones. 000. to OOt <>4 <"e04" .<> M oo.t-oo ..x-- .
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candies. The stems of the) compotes Kathryn Wilcox, Ouicla Malloy Bessie McPhatter, Mrs. J. J. Griffin Mrs J.

I .were tied with yellow ribbons and the '\i White, Lucy Witherspoon, Irene L. Beaman Mrs. A. L. Stevens Miss DIXIE HIGHWAY MAN

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t i I i S. GILBREATII, FIELD SECRETARY -
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Me /t
ASSOCIATION:"'. WIL

BE HERE ON FEBRUARY 10TH

;! ,it, To Introduce the ON A TOUR OVER WESTERN PSTO'T

I BRANCH OF 1)UG II FARE. !

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New. the Dixie Highway Association, will

visit Kissimmee on February 10th.

z1 lie is now in Georgia trying to com-

pose the differences between the east

and west branches of the eastern

Post- Toasties Dixie Highway loop in that state, and

-I will be in Florida from February 2 SATURDAY

It to 16 and will be in this. city on

i tha 10th.
\, You may have eaten "corn flakes" butycruhavo Mr. Gilbreath is organizing h.gh-, SPECIALSOne

t councils in county -to aid
way ,every
never tasted any that ,equal the New in pushing the wcrk of building the

'. Post Toasties. highway. Councils have been organ- More Chance on High Shoes at

ized in several East Coast counties,
-f Bargain Prices
t but none as yet on this side of the

state but it is not likely Central Florida -
1 These new flakes, madam, are crisp and
Ladies and
will allow the east cost; to get Gentlemen

flakey, and have a substance and toastie ahead of it. Mr. Gilbreath is aimingto

; spend some time in each of the $5.00 values :
I.; flavour, a snap and zest that make them dis- county 'seats along the way. His $4.00

. tinctive. 1 erary follows: itin-I I $4.50 $3.65

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Feb. 2-Tallahassee. "
''t Feb. 3-Leave Tallahassee a.m., $4.00 $3.25

t i Dainty to be sure in their sweetness the New Post Toasties have a body and Perry p. m and night./ $3.50 $2.85
: Feb. 4-Leave Perry a. m? at Mayo
firmness j.hat don't mush down when cream or milk is added;*and a true ripe-corn p. m. and night. $3.00 2.50

y t: Feb. 5-Leave Mayo a. m. at
flavour that makes feel
one that here, 'at last, is something really new and "
(t Gainesville nighj;:! $2.50 $2.00
good to eat. Feb. 6-Sunday at Gainesville. .
z I, ,eb. 7-Leave Gainesville a. 'm. at
For the Ladies One Lot of Boots

!: r New Post Toasties selected Indian : Ocala p. m. and night. '
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corn prepared for the table as it was Feb. 8-Leave Ocala a. m., at Lees- $5.
: never prepared before. burg and Eugtis p. m. and night.

J' Feb. 9-Leave Leesburk or Eustia. Ova :Day cOniy'SATURDAY : : ,,"
; a. m.; at Orlando p. m. or night.
Your grocer;has them now. Feb. 10-Leave Orlando p. m., at FEB. 5th, 1916 }__

a St. Cloud or Kissimmee p. m. and


: 'f night., Feg. 11-Leave St. Cloud or Kiss-
SMITH'S
SHOE
Buy and Try and Smile AwhileI r plmmee a. m. at Winter Haven p. m. STORE-

I .Mid. night
Feb. 12-Leave Winter Haven LI
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, THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Rev. W. P.,Ju'hlin, who is pastor of ,Mrs. Sam Ragsdale la seriously ill I Mr and. Mrs. Frank !If:, Levi, .of and which is now engaged! in pavingthe and'Will -be' the guest of Mrs. VanDu\

(Telephone' -J HI). 11.)- JL_ the' Free Methodist church at Lake.. at the home of ,her parents, Mr.and (Norwood, Ohio, whore pending the Orlando road. He has many zer for a visit of severalweeks.

''i Published Every Friday By land, was, a visitor{ in the city Wednesday Mrs. H. M. Pfann on> Emmett street: winter in Kissimmee and who are friends here;, who congratulated him.
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"t-; : W. B. IIAIIIII9 dt' H. U. VANS AnlilewI The many friends of both Mr.: and Mrs. stopping with Mrs. F- G. Thomason,"upon his marriage "" Willis Powell, the-inimitable editor

I r.." -- :_ Ragsdale hope that she will\ soon 'recover 8 Oilando avenue, declare ,that KIs- of the Clearwater Shin, who is well
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( ---7- J. J:Farmer and son,' Carson Farmer J. F. received
O'Berry a letter this known to Kissimmee people
.." : lIim nee is the prettiest.little city they .many ,
1'I +;.oo.o.I '<<' spent Tuesday at the big plantation have come across and they mean to week from his son,. James A.. O'Berrywho has sold his plant and business to D. O.

WeatherRepor of the Edgewatcr, Farms' Company Mr. and Mrs. Q. 'T. Baas,'of Leslie, : make It',their.winter; liom<) in the future .. !located at RockdaU about six- Batchelor> of Goshen, Ind Mr. Powell

a -I I Ga., spent several days here this week teen miles south of: Miami, which announce that! he will continue to

:' B. E, Evans, county farm demonstrator the, guestelof Mr. and Mrs, : R. T. But :I 'states\ that the tomato crop there, will i jl ve' the ,paper }>al'tof his time until 'f
)cr and )Fred Pans, their nephew; Mr. City Marshal t Langford of Mulber be1' fine I
left :.Iohda'V' for Tampa to one. Mr O'Berry Is interested June, when :ho expects, to make an .,!
..' Following are daily tempera ,, the Oxccola, exhibit Bass was a pioneer resident -in this ''ry, came here Monday evening to re-. in a largxj acreage of tomatoes. automobile* tour of the North. He
County
tpi'eland\ precipitations as reported :: at arrange'the South ,Florida Fair. section, having lived in' Klaginvniee : turn A. G. Wolf, who via, arrested there with his son. prices In the mar.. will return to Clearwater and states

.', 'i.,.S by G6vernmcnt station' I before; the railroad li.Ie'was. built. lweby::1 Marshal Overstreet in com- kets in the'NOI.tn are not as high as that he Intends to enter another line

. 'r". I !at n/t/ Kiwimmee February: the week lend I I Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Katz moved See the "Buu'herBoy" off page 6. pliancg with a telegram .from Maiberry tho. growers wish jU8t'at present but I II of endeavor there.

this week to their own home In the j saying he was wanted there on indication point to a higher market ,

Friday ____ 79 CO Carson addition 'from the BurkahV J. McPhatter hag n o''d his .real a charge of fighting. Wolf was ar- I within a short time. Mr. and Mrs Seth Woodruff, 'Mrs. \

} :: Saturday ._ ... 78 ,,fi0Intl t property. on North Main stl'eet.I' "' estate office t$ the Lesley building-II jr-stcd( here when he called for aunt! i I G. H. Edwards and Mrs: J. S. McEwen; I'
1 J. Iat the 'II Charles Neiii brought to the Valley of Orlando, motored tq Kissimmee qn
i Sunday! -- ___''.77 61 :!: which he previously, Occupied for a postofTlce.
!Monday __ 81 OS: Mand :Mrs.. W. D. Burkani and number of years.' This building is I Gazette'ofTlcefthis week a box .containing Tuesday and met with a number of

A .1' Tuesday ._.1 r._. 81 63 r' family left Tuesday for Tampa, where k.nown as tho Okeechobee Building Senator* A. S. Wells of Tallahassee, a quanCHy Of cultivated huck- automobile owners 'here at the Hart r
will\ weeks \\ho "represents! that section 'of the leberries his Memorial where for
visitingand ,
.4 Wednesday ... '83. 67 .15' i 'they spend two and was recently moved from' Broadway grown at place. The i" building, plans
". attending the South Florida Fair: sUite in the state senate, was a Visitorin beriies are somewhat different from I entering Kissimmee automobiles in ,
Thursday ___ 69;() 44 to its present l location .
,, Kissimmee Monday. Senator Wells the 'wild variety, but are fine, solid the Decorated parade at the Midwin.
,
a 'Mrs. M. Swart and -Mrs.-J., W. Mr, and l Mrs. H. E Cole were calledto is a candidate for: railroad commissioner fruit and are said to make fine plies", I ter Fair in Orlando were discussed.
tivC:-X--: : 4+Y44 5o i i4G4ai >-'r4d j Rockey, of Miamisburg, Ohio, arrived and is making tour of the
Lakeland Sunday by the death of i a jellies, etc. Mr. Neid brought the I.It is assured that a number of cars
+;..oXxX->-:-;+' here Wednesday They were enroute state! in the interest of his candidacy. I '
I the thirteen month old daughter of \ seed from, Minunesota and says thatI from this city will be entered in the ;

for Windermere where they will visit Mr. and !Mrs. L. f Hull. Mr. Hull.Sea ( He states that from his visits to a the plant bears here both summer and i parade. f '

I The Local Field i I their brotherV. Pansing. member of the ''irm of Cole & Hull, .number i of. points in the state his winter and does not have to be replanted -
( chances! favorable' Will Walker'ca me up from; Bassen
jewelers, at Lakeland.Miss appear each Is the custom in
year.as
0 E. W. Price, of Tampa, representing I, Minnesota. ger this week and went:down to Tam.,

. 44fi-0 O GG4?'rC">-rObb6G48r' r'S' ryti I'' the Douch Manufacturing company -' Nan Alderman: who has been'I' Judge J. H. Walker, of Bassenger, pa on a business trip.'

' of Sandusky, Ohio, was in the visiting here for .several weeks, left ,, accompanied by his son Hardy, spent C. Phillips, of Kalamazoo Mich. .
1/ Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. ,
/ city last Friday talking of' the merits for her Pierce.I In I I day or so in the city looking after I(
Sunday homo in Fort this
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. SOU sister, Mrs. John Haus and sis-
,,; !r LA GRIPPE ANO:FEVER CURED '
I' -- I of the Sandusky. tractors. She was accompanied by her mother !!I|! business matters this week. Whilai \: ter-ni-law Mrs. A. C. Phillips of Jack- ,, ,
Attend the chautauqua next week. I 'i I here' Mr. Walker informed ofbis'
Raulerson some
Mrs. ho
I v spent the weekelld sonville, Mich., who have been spending "Your Quick's Chill Tonic cured my
i
Fat, juicy and tender meats always Kis-simmee with her sister :Mrs. E. L. '; friends that he would be in the some time at Kissimmee Park husband of LaGri'ppe and Fever after

found at City Market, 'phone 44.& If ,I.the most successful truck growers in ley. ..., Les-I' ,race for county commissioner from looking 'after business interests left the doctor's medicine and other remedies "
district
1 his at the June primary. Mr. failed"LULA
this section of Florida, was a business Stanley Bullock, eon of Mr. and Mrs. |' Wednesday for Tampa. Mrs. Phillipsand
Father Fox, of Orlando, was a i I I Walker is a former member of the Mrs. C. ROACH, Drlfton, Fla. !,
Hauser will
return to this
visitor to Orlando on Monday.J.
S. H. Bullock hut the
visitor here : accepted position board and is familia'with the dutiesof '
Monday. 'II Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c.
I after ,
I' city a weeks visit. Mr. Phillipswill
of teller in the Citizens Bank.
the office to which he aspires.<
II. Walker Jr.. and Claude Pierce continue.. his of the .
Buy Reed's Butter Nut Bread for This position was formerly occupied I tour state, including - - -

;your family, they're worth it. 5-2t I of Bassenger were in the city Wednesday l Ity J. M. Huffman, who i is. now in Eau Mrs. II. W. Grady has resigned her : a visit to Havana and returning -1 i

J. S. Cudel businessisitor I on their way to Jacksonville j j iallie., :Mr. IJulloik entered on his position with the Katz Dry Goods. North, via Palm Beach and I

to (Oilando on was Wednesday.a i where they will take a course in the :;'duties I Wednesday) I IWalter I II Store and will leave in a.few days to : other East Coast towns. Are Your

Jacksonville] Bather college. i join her husband at Ft. !Myers, where
i :' Mrs. H. M. Porter and Mrs. F.' S. Electric Lights )
B Neal]
W. A. Mc'ool.Jr., has puichased a representing the !Mr. Grady is employed with the Ft.
Many lends in Kissimmee, of Capt. VanDuzer went to Lakeland
yester-
Ford . 'Record Piintir.fr ornpany of St. AuIJrll.tine. !Myers Jewelry Company. Mrs. Grady I
car.Look
P. M. Elder of Sanford will be glad Out of Fix?
I I was a VI' tor in the city yes-I is well known in Kissimmee and her Twitch-ell
on. page 6 i for the "Butcher I Ito,I know that he has been named as i U-rd.iy :Mr J'',..J J is placing the jI j departure will be regretted by a host I .

Boy." I I postmaster of SanforJ He was recommended I ;aFt Floi fd# An n ual. recently publish- of fr i.ends. I ficers of the new circle of the Ladies Call Osceold Electric Co.C. .

[, I by> Congiessrnan Sears. ''id I liv, the Ken" ,1 1 ompany on sale | of the G. A. R. there,. Miss Twitchell E. GARDNER. Mar.

Ask! made your by grocer Reed'u for Huke Butter,')'. 5-iJt NutBieud ::!! W \\'. Chandler of Ia=senger, andformerly throughout tin-- '.i', lion of the state. jI|I j A fishing party composed of George lie' Ladies past of department the G. A. R.president She has of the House Wiring Fixtures

I W. Fox and J. L. Cameron, of Marys- many
and
member of the Repairing
I a county Mr.: and :Mr. :. J. of
F
Zurbrugg, friends here who will be glad to know
The Kissimmee people generally i board of instruction visitor ville, Ohio; J. T. Burckhalter, W. H. (I
public ; was a -
heJ'eJlext Ashley, ILd) ar.pending the winter that she accompanied Mrs. Porter and 119 BROADWAYH.
the Kissimmee
should patronise chuutauqua in the Wednesday and I' Arnold and sons, of wentto
city on i in Kis<.immee. ?) hey are stopping at Mrs. VanDuzer to Kissimmee today I
Canoe and
week.J. I creek last Saturday
I
Thursday. 8 (Orlando| ) ''''(11'''" with Mrs. F. G.
brought back J04 fine trout to prove
W. Butler general agent for theChattunooR'u I Thomason. They delighted with
are
E. Snider, of Norwood, Ohio is their ability as anglers. The fish t ooooooooooooooooooooooo.ooooooooo

Plow Company was a spending two weeks here the guest )I KiHKimmee and expect to spend theirwinters were of fine size, many of them t a

visitor in Kissimmee on Monday. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Levi.of the heic in tht future. weighing/ much as five or six f H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY ,

!Mrs C. D. Evans of Hernando. is same city, who are here for the win- I Many local pm pie viewed the partial pounds. I IProminent I :a: FLORIDA "Tkm LmnJot E..", ....'......,, "I. . Mori '
,.,. .. ..
t"r. { avidly Dffflonmd Than Amy Olnr S In I km (/**
'; the pleasant guest of !Mayor and Mrs! eclipse\ of the ,sun, through smoked I ''
h. visiting
../e. II. R. May. !\II'. and :Mrs.\ Edgar Souders, of glasses Thursday. morning. Only Kissimmee among this t week were MY. I BREAKER & BARCLAY ,

", 'I' Col. Zach Bass left today for Georgia Chicago, who have been spending a I about a third of the sun was in the and !Mrs. Lee Dickinson, !Mr. and Mis. : Real Estate and Insurance cr r"r, ; '
shadow here. but the furnished
phenomena
where he goes to argue a case month with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George II. Shofner, Mr. and Mrs. F. ;. Kimtimmee, Fla. Or.".. sass.Twealw .
considerali"*) interest to I L...".
before the Superior Court Souders, on Mahbette street left for a Stewart, all of Silver Creek N. P'I "j' J. M. COOPER. Clerk CofontmrntioM Lmi..".
I If' their home today.The large number. who stopped off here for a brief visit :

f'' FLAT FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished I with their friend, A. C. Barbeau. They 'x o o OOOO ******-******** ***** .
The regular nutting of the W. C.
Apply at the Gazette Will Bryan Chapter U. D. C., I .
left route for Tampa and -- -- -- -- -- ,
office. will\ hold its regular meeting next T. U. was held (lIt the Hart Memorial, Tuesday en

Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Friday afternoon Mrs. S. B. Ault. other points. a I'

County Commissioner Raymond La- the Hart Memorial buliding. All man, president, presiding. After the Community Day was observed at 1

nier, pf Campbell, was a visitor in the members are urg dto, attcjid.Dr. devotional exercises the time was occupied the Hart Memorial Saturday, with T Y
by the business routine of the
city Monday.
.on hostess. It
Mrs Aultman
Henry
as
I and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, and organization. .
W. M. Glenn,. editor of the Orlando his mother,, of Orlando, accompanied .4 has not been announcedwho will pre- PURITY: ICE CREAMIt's
,
business visitor. inieeimmeeoriihfonday Mryand'AfrstM., \ .. Carabello and the side at'-the next, meeting.;;: These. afternoons'are '. .
tinel"y.as: a } : by'-, Dr,,. and Mrs ; Dozier, of, Ocala, " 1'1)/1'' J" .\
1 ;, .J,. "* ""' *"*'" rm ored/ltoiKUsimmeej'Thursdayj, :;; j aft former's': :! (', sister, JWiss Josephine Car arranged'forthe'enter'I *'i I"'JI I 1"11" \,,,'", t-:, '. ,r "", .';,'. ,.1(' ',1f'I ''I

ternoion'SlftWjWWi f'' aOOllo,':whil h vejLl>eeViJ pendingf8omestlme'fin | tainment' thelstrangersjinHhelcity J i i9tni Si T lieq, [Taste ; Lingers .' \
: :
{JMrsJSLMoylHillJrofi, I ([Orlando spent ,- .- i 'jacksonvillejfpassed'throilghhere ''CiTwell"a': 'i'hhe-; J.1orpeOple: , ,' '. . : ,
Sunday afternoon with Mrs: Lee Mc- S. E. Gardn'er and Ed. Roberts, of Wednesday, en 'route to their J' _

-1' Leod. the Osceola; Electric company com- home in Tampa. They were accom A party touring the state regis- Made in Kissimmee. Special Prices to
tered at the Manhattan hotel Monday.
pleted a telephone line to the Edge- Miss Esther Gerrish
panied by of
a R. D. Waring, formerly of this city water forms, south of TtTe city this Jacksonville.Mr. I They were W. If. Hudson, James Co- Lodges find Church Socials.

; hut now located at Jacksonville, spent weke. luin, B. O. Barn, and V. L. Parker,

several days here this week. and Mrs. f. M. Levi of Nor all of Chicago. They left Tuesday en i
and :Mrs\ John M. Lee leave Miami 'it is PURITY ICE CREAM, CO.
Miss Mildred Leo was the guest of Mr. wool,, Ohio who are spending the : route for though likely I j ....
today for a week's visit in Tampa winter in pleasant apartments at Mrs. I they will return, as they expressed .
from PAUL McKEE Mgr.
!Mrs L. B Ford, of Orlando ,
during which they will attend the I Thomason's home, bad, for their guest : themselves as well pleased' with this

Wednesday! to Fnday. Gasporilla celebration and South for the pust week H. L. Ray, of Blan- I part of the stat and. particularly with ,i i

Hudson Hans. was confined to hi.s Florida Fair.G. chester, Ohio. Mr. Ray leaves for /Kissimmee.. i ii PHONE 41 "We Deliver the

home several days this week as the Tampa and othi i points the latter I' I'i I Goods"a
C. J1..hans. of Tampa, was a A merry party enjoyed; an all day
result of attack of pneumonia. of the week.
an visitor! in the city last Friday. Mr. part boat party and picnjc dinner at Southport -

Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Reese of Orlando Dehaas! was a resident of Kissimmee Pat Johnston, of the law firm of Sunday. They were Mr' ? and ,

spent Sunday here with rela- several years ago and was pleased Johnston & Garrett, has been dangerously Mrs.! J. C. McFailand and family, and ..'
with the many improvements made 'their Mr. and Mrs. W. O. 'i .
lives. ill several days this week as I' parents, ,
t since he left. the result of ptomaine poisoning, with McFarland and !Mr. and Mrs. E. i ir.r.

i J. D. GriffiS returned Saturday which he was stricken Tuesday even- I S'ruth and daughter, Miss Opal R.j .'
Mrs. Sarah E. !Montan, of Mobridge, .
extended visit with
from relatives
an Stockdals and'on Allen Mr. and
ing. He is thought to be improv- May ]
new .
S. D., was a visitor in the city this I
Kansas. '
in Wichita. ing. His many friends hope to soon !Mrs. Wm. Sensiba II. H. Howard,
week. Mrs. Montarv. and her hus-
see him in his former good health.B. Lewis Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Dibble
Hamilton
"f Charles Stratman and John -
band, who is now in Daytona are 1
The made in the launch
trip was
1 of Kissimmee. Park, spent Mon chiropractors and are looking for a A. Inglis, of Birmingham, was a Marguaret.
day in town. location Florida.C. .
business visitor here on Monday. Mr. .
Inglis is a member of the, Copeland- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Copeland, of j
of tal- !
", There is an unusual amount W. Poe, of Atlanta\ Ga., southern \ I'
in the of the I Inglis Brick company and the Ala- Birmingham, were gUests at the
ent represented program manager of the Standard Oil com- i ii WE CAN FIX IT s sI
hotel Sunday. They
bama Paving which laid the Cray atone over
P; chautauqua to he held here next week. pany's asphalt department, was a company ; ,
,' paving in Kissimmee and which now were recently married at the Royal )
Read the elsewhere. i i
J program Business visitor in Kissimmee Monday I 1
and has toe contract for the work on the I I I Poincianna hotel at Palm Beach and I i -
1{ !Mr and 1Irs.lark! !Morris, Mr. and Tuesday. Orlando road. have just returned from a trip touba. {
'
;Mrs.> Warren Foreman; and P. H. II. L. Day, a druggist'of Blanchester ( < !Mr. Copeland is a member of Cole Jewelry Co. :{

; Blake were a pleasant party who Ohio Js spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert /Holland and the Copeland-Inglis Brick companyand .

spent Tuesday in St. Cloud. Mr. and.s.: Frank M. Levi of Nor- daughter, Miss Ila, of Pontiac, III., the Alabama Paving company, I .

here.I are here to spend the winter and have which laid the paving in Kissimmee . .
weed, Ohio, who are wintering j ')1
Mr. and Mrs. T. Paris of Mt. Clemens taken apartments with t\ W. Griffin. ,
I He expects to tour the state and will
.. !Mich., now spending] some timeat also visit Cuba. They spent the winter here six: years ,

Kissimmee Par, returned Friday ago( and many "Kissimmee people will "

from a weeks visit at Daytona) The annual meeting of the Kissim bo glad to welcome them to the city Woodward-Thiot Audit Co: C ;

moo Golf Club will be held at the again. .
!Miss Zena Alderman who has heen
dub house on February Oth 8 AUDITING ACCOUNTING
.
p.m.
'
the guest of !Mr. and !Mrs. DeWilton Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson of /Kis- s
Officers for the ensuing will be Fit
That
!
year Systems .
4, left Wednesday for her .
Alderman who .
charming
simmoc was a guestin .
elected and plans for the improvementof
home in Bassenger.The the club generally will be discussed.J. the city for a few days, left last Tampa, Florida I' >ti i

... held night for her home. Mrs. Willson! .I
Chautauqua will be next "
C. Sttinhans of Springfield, 111., spole at the Tampa Womins dull! -- -
.; Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
who arrived in Kissimmee last weekto meeting Thursday afternoon in her
Saturday at the'lIij'h school auditori-
spend the winter and with a viewto usual charming manner. Yesterday' .i
um. Don't miss it.
locating here permanently, has pur- her hostess, !Mrs. J. M. Towne, entertained G RA1-IOTEL.:

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reynolds! of chased a Ford car from the Lupfer & at a charming luncheon for her ::

'jI; Lowell,. Mass., are spending about Prather Garage.Mrs. at the Country club.-Tampa Times. BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA" f

two months with Capt. and Mrs. Clay '
*"\ :. Johnson. Nellie Rogero and Miss Wil- Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Wray, of Knox- KISSIMMEE, FLORtbA. r_ ,

I v / lie Wilson, formerly of Atlanta, and ville, Tenn., who are,spending sever I -
of O. C. PIERCE formerly of the Mount Washington
!f.' / Mrs. O. C. Pierce and son arrived now employed as milliner at the Bon al weeks at the Gray stone Hotel, went I Is now under the management "

Sunday from Tampa and are now located Ton Hat Shop, will leave Sunday fora to St. Cloud' Wednesday to spend the i! Bretton Woods; N.H.! and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guests by ".

';r' with Mr. Pierce at the Gray- visit to the style centers of Atlanta, day. Dr. and Mrs. Wray came hereto Kissimmee Golf Club. ,Many improvements now being made in.hotel and grounds.

.,.:::. atone. Young; Mr. Pierce, although Cincinnati and possible Chicago, spend two or three days and are I "
SOL PC TED
r ,(': he'Hill, rides! in a baby cart, will beassistant where theywill' spend some tie so well pleased with Kissimm.ee that CORRESPONDENCE .

., manager of the Gray stone studying the new hat models for the they have already been here three
,
\ from"DOW on.' spring. weeks and haven't decided to leave.!

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THE K1SSIMMEE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1916.W.C.T.DCOEOMN .
;u PACE _& VALLEY GAZETTE
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'innlion' on thin point, say that they do I ganda has' become closely' allied\ with building has been done and tt.would Doth Sides. To Drive Out Malaria 1'1I
; 'everything possible to prevent 'drink. tho 'Safety First' campaign; The appear that Kcnanavfllewill, have a Mollie-Didn't she try to get on .tho I And Build Up The System a..,

( I Injj by, their: employes out of hours, whole movement Is. conducted in' the steady growth aa there lis a, largo and right side of you ? i Take the Old Standard TUNIC. You GROVE'STASTELESS know

but' that\ ih<> practical difficulties prevent :! 11l1m'e of efficiency, an'd abstinence f t'tlelcountP'y' tributary( to it, the development Cholie-r-1'einaps that while she dancing did, she but some-f I remember > what, you are chill taking; aa the formula i i. ;,

'. The best, tlmo to bandit a man is their announcing a blanket policy campaigns\ aro ma god! in the' goredIndl8tl'Ial of which will mean much times would get on my left.foot. printed on every label, showing it i.
when ho i5'a: boy.-Judge .Lindsoy.! of p ohibitlon. .The ten concerns plants of the country In anattitudeof to thIs+new town. '* --- Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
.F) i which havo undertaken- Her6ul un : sympathetic cooperation It is, truq that Kenansvillo anew/ 'i The> Out-en of Slam owns tho most The Quinine drives out malaria the
----r costly .thimble' In tho world., lion builds up the system. SO cleats I II
I I Tho Union meets' the second and \task; of 'I preventing drihkinif' l>y with the ,men themselves EirployetH town, but Whittier, which was" a town .
' V.'fourth-Fridays"'of" month at their 'el11l>lo'os arc:. Illinois Steel .,give detailed information<< as to the long before the.coming-of a railroad I -
.
2:30. ,'", Company; Joliet, III.; Tho Berkshire, j I(| splendid effect of these abstinence to this section,}Is about a: mho( and Jr'

l - ,.. I Iron VVorkSt'l'a.: The! American.Sheet j I;campaigns upon the accident rate' and a half west of Konimsviue! ; and, going

"Big UuKlneHu" OPPOHCH I the I and Tin Mate Company, 1'u.j The I i the work output. Several of them an- j back into the curb" days of the elate, POLL TAX NOTICE t'i!
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Drink Habit '':'Among Workmen Reading Iron Company, Pa.; Tho nounce that. they are adopting mOle when this part of Osccola county was r .,
: "Efficiency and Safely First"' (Howard Iron & Tool Company, TU.J; drastic! rules because! of1 }Y .compen in original Brovaid county, this section I, : 'M \
.
The- Hal tic Cry JoHcph K. Thropp ,l'a.; HuWiard Steel I ] sation laws which are going into .ef then was the most populotyi part :
i t '.1-viindry Co., 111.: The Interstate II'on'te.I' feet and many of them. take pains to oTT Urevard county and the county seat Poll Taxes Inust -be paid: oil :
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In ail effort to secure 'definite; i'.li.1 & '- Company, Cambridge, ().; The / express tjhcir) sympathy( with prohi- Kvus! located l or; the north shor of .

1 able facts regarding industrial' ( prohibition Went Steel Casting Company, <).*' I, liition laws as an cff.ectivo; aid to the 1 Lake Marion. 1 hake Marion, whicti i ij (oil before SaturdaIie1)ruary l

h th<:. Research department/ of "Any atU'inpts) to interfere, with the : promotion; of abstinence. I J JI ,'in (hs, ni'ighborhood! of KenansvilI-- ; ..1
the Te'mpcVance Society of the Methodist habits of the' men outside of working/ "Perhaps) I<< the most significant' \ thing in u beautiful sheet)' oil fresh watci: ,',

Episcopal: church hits been uutka hours! would lie rexented hy them; lint developed! by the 'hole inquiry is the about t.>cvon miles in length aril from 12th 111 order to vote 111. CITY "

i Hill a careful study of the altitude off we recognize thut even the moderate | universal recognition of the fact that a mile to a mile and a bnlf in width.! i

"big business""! toward: li of its survey it reveals in a bulletin" moral influence) to promote! ub- lilul" I11101 effect/ upon the efficiency and re- jfl'ited in this section. Unwind 'pull- ,

) ; from which we quote: itMiencp "'nmoiij; our eniployeK," snys liability of workmen.) There'doesn't' ty has rfcontly.let I; contract 1 for construction -C. L. BANDY} > .

I .. "The Illinois Steel Company located, the, Lockhnrl, Iron & Steel "Companyof Scent to be two opinions upon thi'<- .:.' of rood:( which is to run nest I I ,
lit Joilct I Illinois<, innintwin.s a clubhouse I'i'iiiihylvnnia., 'It I i is imjiossjhle toirohiliit point" Sijriml.j '-from :Melbourne to St. (,1.\1,1. Oscuolacounty.
Ih" use of intoxicating' !itlll| -- -- t"I'l' coiiNtruc1io.il uttu Tax Collector. .
for the] M"e of its men. During I | l 10 Chin Up ,
9 the winter months many bowling it j ors by ('tnplu) ." while t l1>e.y are niT PRAIRIE SECTION OF comity line. Gird; roads' will I

i; clubs, are formed. Recently a member duty, lout we use C11ICII11S, to'ilit- i greatly help thin locality 11M today the
of one'of -llu-si.1' clubi. secured a j' courage( and i prevent! it,' Mays\ Iholaeksim chief means of travel throughout n i. "- .-
position in l'ittMlmrgH fore bin departure Iron and Steel Company ofllhro. COUNTY IS BOOSTED i huge part of this. territory is byIwnx.1 .

: his fellow members rave( a TinAmerican, ( 'UI''oHI1'j. \.ii ,ie, ,", -- -- I bark : THIS COUPON IS WORTH 35c:TO YOU
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'npipiiny ; . The Okoichobi-c I brunch south fromKciiiinvillc'
banquet' \ ) in his honor lit nlH' (if thehotels r j :Tht laaiii-|' I ( ctKin 1 of Ost'ool.icounty !.l .
foicinen nun v\'hn gfo J into f-alooiis on \Viitv: to or I : ,,, ; thioujrh a I'ill'. .
( with twenty-live I"IJt"I ( i j'ivcn\ ii I I,1/ boost in t iii'Junnlry (toes ; i I'
h"jdl"g- clerical' ; i- florll,1..I |>, and the I l.uUrn.Iron! & ,.. nK and pr.iiih1 ,'"unty teiniiiuit- Special IntroductorySale
d and! nii'ti poilions'witli : : : I"> u nf I tin VI""I,. Tarn u !
I the Illinois :Steel; ( ro.iip.iny.' j Stval I I Company' of. the Mime state,.rrmd IIoim-M:' ( ki" in uliirU.a, uri'.i\ i j i', "j' ;::1 the town of eei-bi'liec' which, 4&L1 MADAME CAVALIE'R'
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pies.nt. \\'la.. //I I these hll'II'U/ : to thetable ,0 i prods" nn employe" one \\.1! for. : nlrfltlo' : ',' I hiil) Infirm\ 'a- f..lIi\\ : i :n,i6nul! ,, t two milv) north <.f the I mirth POUDRE' SUPERBE'
s there. was a ;gln, 's 'if cucktail' nl !.!1' lit. -I iilFeUM-,' ; J J.d'. Flit -eroml he i iiften i- Tl'1 10\.t, i (If .Gtnit'-.tille is .It >,i.n. of. 1aKiOK.) .i .,.h,1 b l <-e. I
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each plate. When% / they left the tiibb-, < di'-rhaigrcd. llujunction' of the ((1k'! cilinb.-c brain 'M c Tor Thia
a'' there wns still a (fins" of cocktail! at :!: /piiny; J pi, ohllllh" dunking both, during,: and, the nIl,,' .--Igcr| ) bI.hhidt i, NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD yx, FULL SIZE SOc BOX Caupana. 15c If
p itch Nut hllll.I".c'I t luu4hed. I vorl: i.r: kiln,, and civil of workinj; .. NOT MORO:ThUKN' TWO BO3 TO ANY ONE PERSON
plate. one .iip'Ji'r, construct" on from Ctnluistlli-; !" 5
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I "Our) !n\i"-tirition co\eis, tlie iron. of ninny others. |i I h.I1,1",, /nuiil'd. l : '' ,ill'i'J f :
1 of lvnnii. l "Klu'lit: v-thre.1: of the CO'ICIM-HV mid steel( t II uuIr IVnnsj | Mini n li n, t 11, h.nd,, .u'fiiccil. nrni- I 1/1,1 1 i '- iti-m s"'rc -, ....
I I 'UGN HAM" Alta .1>1>" "NO "R'U"'H' COUPON "T ON: CSNuns'
? Ohio Illinois, and Wot Viiginiii. nd di-scvimiiiiite agraint-1 these \\lio 1 Mil- o'l' ,,1'11",1" .iii I r with p'i., -. fir. (C,1. I it .it ((1..1"); 1'hnrmu: :

.1.1li fOI'mation.11". secnied I fiom ito 1 ti In'l iiiihiilic.lic, liquors<| in .employingr ual,< l li ''mad, to> K.; 'linn' -i ( '"',,idel. :J, i ., i"'ii .1 yii.uiiliUv to ,;"i ,.-fy.
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punier, many wluch, Lave" more i l Ki.iu-imr' tar 11. I-;ven the most 'moil- I -
MlI'M 1 one plant This( 1II\ ,.>liriiion( | showconclusively -, eintc', u-e i is fatal to :a niiin'.s cliiincc'1( OOl'EOL.IDI.:; .\('" ..he Kcxnll\ :Store'MII ; / '
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that I the tendency of in- of iiih :a ineement."Sit -
t dustiinl l "II'OI'IIIIOIt, is to tike; every, :; > I line, concerns" have tikcnlip : 1
t) preacticublc mciisiiie) t" piexeiitdrinking ' / to rli-t.ci"iniiu1, I11' influence' the t ,
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I' on duly or iff. Alum1-! without MMiil' < ,ii1e ii'i- of liquor<| / on \\ 01'1.1111'I; FIt !
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exception they testify Ih.ll. theabslaiiKr ,fH'icicinami' ,relialnlity. ( and without' /

: is n"oTe vfTicicnl in hiwork. exception/ .,, ( hey testify that .it is 1..1.1, .1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
and that he alone is considered uhen 1 < "Safety. Kirt." We quote fresh cut flowers for week beginning January 3, at follow' :

' a place of responsibility is open. "The unlUi haul ali.stmenc.e piopaBISCUIT Romem White and Pink $3. OO and $4. OO per dox.
American Beauties 10.00" "
I Many of these concerns are l'onliul't- --- -= c==--=-=-'=='--i"- Carnation, White and Pink . 1.00 "
LECTURES
ing extensive propagandas to induce PUBLIC Lilli of the Valley. .t.OO .. "
.fillies . 3.00 "
i their men to abstain at all times. The Easter I
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Double Violet . 3.00 100
is 'Safety, Sobriety Cleanliness,' and Narcissus -. t.OO do*.

..J that motto is typical. Not no many Live Religious TopicsIn MISS JEAN CALDWELL, Kissimmee Agent
years ago is was quite the cuslorri for
workmen .to send boys out for beer Supplyenergy. Buill bloodand -

during working hours.< Of 120 concerns muscle. Give vigorofbr in nd
the food Graystone Casino Kissimmee Fla.
replying, only six pay that they nerve. Nearly twice ;
permit this at the present time. value per pound of the beat BYI
Absolute Prohibition."Ten teaks. Cost much Ieta.Msd. .

concerns not only prohibit

drinking during working hours, but a'f!

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"Dodson's Liver Tom" Will Clean Your Your druggist or dealer noils you'a' war
50 cent bottle of Dodrton'a, Liver Tonftuniler w in preparedness for most:: things.
Sluggish Liver Better Than Calomel ') my JHTHOIIIII guarantiee that it ,

and Can Not Salivate. will eleiui your sluggish| ( | titer better" the, |I I I ]It is preparedness that sends the runner over the
1111..1).. ruluniel/ ; it is unit make you ,irknod tape ahead of his rivals. It is prepaiedncss that "d.

Calomel makes you nick : yon Ipso 1oiIay' \ JXHI can (tit mix tiling/ you want enables the advocate to sway judge and jury with his
work i'alonicl itt qniekBilvor and l n tliout lit HiiluatiMl.! d ,
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) our drnp;gist :
luijic It is prciaieJnes that enables the manufacturer to outdistancehis
it xaliVHtcH; mliiliicl injure* your liver. inruiitceH tluit eacli HKM>nfiil \\ill t I I Mart
If yon are InlioiiH; girl 1 tiny\ sluggish: \ nor liver I'!I'll IIour Ixmrl.i and, I competitors. It I', preparedness that has made the General Hoofing/ \::
',I. and all knocked out. if your iNmcln I arcrotiHtipiitcd straighten jou up/' )liy,; nlnruing,, or you Manuf lUurinii Company .,
t and I your head aches. orRtoiniich kP I .
pet jour nuaey "" 'I- (t'liililren/ ubidlt
!Iarml less. IH Hod..n"Hour, jiiHtonfii;iiiHteiulof ,of take: I IIHI...."'" l.ivtr T"n bream il i-t The Big Gun of the Roofing BusinessThe

6 lining Hickciiinn, wilivatiiii culomehDixlBon |ilciisnnt] Iii-ting/ and 1 .Ii s-sn't grill or tit I
t .1 H Liver 'Iono JH real liver medicine. criinip or make, Diem) I'k. General's preparedness consists of the three largest and best
You'll I..nuit next morning |I">- I inn silting millioiiH of liottlca "f and
equipped roofing building paper mills in the world.
cause you will wake up feeling. lino, IVnl. ,oiiH* I.iycr T >ne to people who inn
I your liver will |I" working, your hciulaelio funnel, Iii at Ibis. jilcaHHtit vr'gi'tnilel liver .t Each is a complete producing unit, manufacturing the full line of the
and dizzinrHH pone, your Htxiiiineli" inoiliritic takes the plum, of dan "rniiiHrnliinii General's products. Each is advantageously located in the territory it '
ff will be sweet and l towels r.'It"llIr.0" *!. Tluy <>nu bottle on my xr"nulIn'hnile serves, has cheap fuel and favorable transportation facilities.
will feel like working- You'll\ IN- ultra! ]", Kuuruntuu. Auk.. druggist;
i lull; full of energy, vigor mid ambition. about me. ;your The General buys raw materials in enormous quantities and far ahead.
This means favorable buying and the pick of the market.

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.,; :: \ iII1d1IIi' : ( produced at the lowest cost /If',
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t [III "' iinniiiniiTmirfllUn Xj : This enables
preparedness the General to make one-third of all the.
rolls of roofing used. All over the civilized world you will find


NO WORRY ABOUT FIRE .
THE. RE-Y..J. H. STEINBRUNNER

a OR THEFT Catholic Priest.'of Cleveland, Ohio CertainteedRoofing

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F to the ,risk of fire or theft. ,;
Sunday, February fith; 7:3(1: ( I'. 11. Them. Why ? Purgatory; a Middle -
'A I ; You have no anxiety when they are I AnierK-unism and the (Catholic] State Explained., "

in our Vault because it i is Fire and Church. Ale They; Opposed to 0ach: Friday. Feb. 11. at 7:30:: I' M. The quality of roofing cannot he determine by looking at it,nor by twisting or tearing. .;
,1 Hurjrlar:] Proof.SUPERIPR.SERVICE, I Other ? The Catliolic ns I Citi/.c-i and Why (Catholics Confess to the its durability can not he tested except in actual use over a period of years. :
('hurch Member..Monday Pri-Ht. Can" Me Korgfive Sins ? Christ Contrary to popular belief. roofing dots not wear outitdries out. CERTAIN-
Safe \Deposit Bux, for r..nt.. TEED. Hocrting is especially made to defeat this of it is
drying out
February 11 h. 7:3A: ( I'. SJ. the Bible und ('onfl' ilJn of Sin. False process ; ; as .
thoroughly saturated with blended
our properly loft ai-plialts; and coated with a blend
I Notions, Correct, and l11' vrr--t. Notions. of harder which the soft ,
$::1 t and $1 I YCl\r. asphalts, keeps saturation-the life of the roofing;-from! dry. "
per |Things Catholics |Po :Not': lielieve.' Sunday Feb 13th. al 7:30: P. M. hag! out. This products a roofing pliable, yet durable, and impervious to the elements. i

Some Things lot T.tiight( by, the Is One Religion as Good as Another CERTAIN-TEED products; are made under the supervision of our hoard of.grad-

i'I ('Catholic Church. False Impie.sions.Tuesday. ? Are All Churches the Churchof uate of these chemists materials.CERTAINTEED, and) are the result of long experience in mining refining. and blending Nt'

6e February Sth, 7:30: ) I'. M. Christ ? "
I Roo6ngisguaranteed to hold "its in
} Monks: and Nun.. Convent!) System'in The purpose of these lectures is to years according to whether it is 1, 2, or 3 ply, respectively place thesun"forS,1O.OrlS Behind this guarantee p.1
t the Catholic! Church. What, Is It ? explain, in the spirit of Christian stands the responsibility of the world'slargest Roof- '.

The Truth About Sisters. Charity, and without controversy, the ing and Building Taper Mills. past experience has *. *. I
[ proved that our is conservative, and that !
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A. COURTEOUS TREATMENT] I Wi-dnetiday. Feb !D. at 7:30: ) 1'. M.\ doctrines< and practices of the Cath- the roofing will outlast the period of the guarantee I
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Marriage Christ'sI
s olic Church. There is a type of CERTAIN-TEED and a proper I
k (I i Law. May Christians Re-marry While method of laying it, for every kind of building '
jo DIRECTORS: ithe! Partner: of a Valid !Marriage StillLives' (QUESTION( :'\ BOX. with flat or pitched ropfs, from the largest skyscraper _s 1 I
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I( ? Questions on religious matters .,...;><

4 ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON Thursday Feb. 10, at 7:30 I'jt1., placed in the box at the door will be dealers CERTAIN-TEED all over the world Roofing at reasonable is sold by prices.responsible rrt t
The Great Di'vide. What Becomes answered each evening before the 't l

; W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A.'W. GUSTUS of the Dead ? Catholics Prey for lecture. GENERAL ROOFING MFG. CO. '

., IF, I World' Lar,... Manufacturer of Too can identify CEBTAIM- Ir
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U. S. Senator THOS. P. GORE, termed by W. J. Bryan "The Blind Man Eloquent" is the Senate
most brilliant orator of international fame, and one of our nation's greatest statesmen. He is a living
J example of what ambition and perserverance against seemingly insurmountable odds will accomplish.His .
subject will be "Social Duty," a powerful discourse dealing with the present day economic prob--
lems. No man or boy should miss this chance to hear, and see this distinguished statesman and enjoyhis
eloquence and logic.
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The MOZART QUINTETTE-a brilliant company of high class musicians, each member a real
artist, presenting standard music in a manner appealing to a mixed audience. We feel that there is no
superior musical attraction on the chautauqua platform. We present them for their real musical worthto .
.k.community. They wear the beautiful costumes of the Louis XV period. :
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KARL JANSEN from the."Land of the Midnight Sun" Swedish entertainer and physical cultur-
ist.. Mr. Jansen's work covers a broad field in education and amusement. He is a distinguished actor
and physical culturist of note. His entertainments are unique and fascinating.

The Famous TYROLEAN ALPINE SINGERS and YODLERS. From their Alpine homes these
singers and instrumentalists have been carefuly selected and are trained and rehearsed in their world-
famous yodel and warbling songs. They appear in the picturesque costume of their people-the most
attractive in all Europe. Their program is replete with variety the company presenting instrumental
music, as well as vocal- using the unique instruments of their native land.
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I DR. F. Q. BROWN, writer, traveler lecturer recently returned fiom a tour of fifty-two thousand
T 1 miles into the heart of Africa China Japan, Korea and India, in making a study of the political, eco
1 nomic, social and religious problems that subject of foreign missions
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II The GILBERT SHORTER PLAYERS. This company is unusual in its versatility It is composed y.v ,
of four exceedingly high class artists who have each two or more accomplishments. They present a I IU
< 'great program, including instrumental and vocal quartets. English opera in costumemonologues of
I Pexceptional meritanda comedy sketth, teaching between 1itsjaughs great moral lesson TheJpro ,,: ,.
sr"' gram'rs especially choseri'to'enl rlain the material"te new and there sa enough variot to plcaaetev + I Ieryone.
J II I I "'tf1.'' '.KARL JANSEN ';k '
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I I sI RAY NEWTON-magician and man of( mystery." I He is called the ='Prlnce'of !Magic," carries'elaborate -
stage equipment; and many animals He has had many special effects-recently: made in Europe "
especially! for this product.on.: His, program is one of mystery, mirth and music. .
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I bein '!. centered upon) the people of Europe at this time, we are presenting Miss, Enderly in a featured
program: of)f "Cuslc.ni and Costume of the European Pea anlry," Miss, Enclerly has a pleasing voice
"1,1 I,, and is a player of the Irish' harp, mtioducniK much delightful\ ,, music into her diamalic numbers. ..
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III IIII ) Lyceum Association Her SWift and accurate: reading anJ splendid command of the keyboard II I
.is remaikcl! le' .' hut as an accompanist t she exhibits the qualities which \.her. to be ?in the
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I j Snow Pudding. THICK: liLU\j\: I IRALR

II I--. Three tablespoonfuls lemon jUlc" FREE FROM DANDRUFF
I I I I teaspoonful grated lemon rind
one -
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Woman'sWorld whites of'tbree eggs two tablespoonfuls -
Don'tBe granulated gelatin: and one cup: Girls! Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy and
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j : .I 1 I ful sugar. Soak the gelatin In"two tnblcspooufuls beautiful:-Get a 25 cent bottleOf

cold water' ten minutes. Danderine.
I Contralto of New! x rk'a, ,O.to.rl! a Miss) Rosamond Plnchot, OlssfilTe In the !boiling water."In which I dS'1 sIf
Rider ahd Driver.
t' F Society )lean Ardent 'Suffragist. DrudgeIIouRcnurk Expert the sugar Is dissolved. Add the lemon I heavy
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BEANSWe hair that glistens
SEED Juice,. and rind' nod set aside to coot you care fore

make immediate shipment I Have the whites of eggs beaten until with beauty and I is radiant with i

can In of cold water add life' has incomparable softness and "
of( the NEW CROP 1915 dry. place pan ; an
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REFUGEE 1000.TO the gelatin very slowly, beating all the Is' fluffy and ,lustrous, ,try Danderine.
I GROWN with Its ccURClejss.. hum time until It begins to net. Pour Into Just application double the
4 ;. 1 SEED BEANS and other drum duties often onuses woman. to melon mold or bowl which has been one

f p ,varieties.i a "go to seed." to become lI>1t less andIndifferent rinsed with cold ,water set in cold beauty of your hair, besides it imme- {'.

to !both her larvonnl npIfiiniiifc place until ready to uso. diately dissolves every particle of (1
SEED POTATOES not have nice
You
dandruff. con '
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EI SPAULDINGS I fI fI her. She falls to make her workr.ioeiillLi White Mountain Cake, Orange Filling. heavy, healthy{ ,hair if you have

I ( to Keep her mind frehhviicfl" Oneb.iir cupful butter, two riiplulf dandruff. This[ destructive scurf robs

{ NUMBER FOUR ROSE I (1 | mid licit. The Mticccsxful gill or \\0I \ sugar, one" cupful milk. three eggs the hair of its lustre, its strength and

EARLY RED BLISSTRIUMPH I I y I malt In tlic LII"lncls'u..hl iviili/.es the rrr'YI t whit PAl. three and one half cupful' its very life, and if not overcome it tl
iiiiirirtiiii] of Uei-pliig I / her mind )bright( 1 Hour end two roundc-d. iviiHpoiuifiil* of
F <-n" d mid of doing. h
All leading varieties of farm, i i wn y t tli.it I I; I It l will vuiuu (al,slel'. Tlio reHiiH tY ngar together; until llgllt. Add 1 the the scalp; the hair loots famish',

t j Field, and Garden Seeds. 4x Is t-iih 1 day Is! met with Ihe1:111\ ; I JJIO1'1';: )' slowly. and keep( lieiitlnif\ nil loosen and die; then the huh: falls out
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Weekly I'IICP Li1-. |].\.. null. ikeoiUii), ,. heiHi'lf! become' (4&tI'i lor together' add hall!, then the( white1'. l nowltol1's Dandcrlno from any drugstore ,,
IJtliil the i of eggs wllkh hurl been U-ati Hk'lil
liioic a|1'1' lii-tlir" to 'meet ; : t tI
III.II; and . of Hour. Idle:, In I Iwo and Just try it. .
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MOIMDACT unurti' "f U4 ".inl.iilnns. III JI. 'fhrrc Is Soft Gingerbread I i

of .nun '. s, ;une "mull III 1 this I'mlii'il I One tpii"|HMinfiil of molasses., otO| '

I .. I II I no mi in>t nil lipid l hotisewortr" i third CIII.rll'I""r butter one nail three r

lilll Air.' \\ IIIICIIII Kniiuslli.lt< I "bra shellssillllis i I' Hi.liter: ic.ispimfiils of soda. nn' hull,

II"| inin.1, ;.1'UK'lit., .>.I' n lame (111,1111) or .so'\\1. 11I111 0111' "J gg.:: I I\\'O r 111" mm-

sir. nod] MM. niiiiit-,. i'i' .it"i|.."iisihle" for fins: of' Hour. two It.11"1'.''II fill. "f ult.gr .

(, ., '',, Get 'ct:; Tree, CV.a'-g! '! R the VIUM-S or, f.illuie, of the I \1"1, I, Int roll use half 1 Irnpauufnl "f.lIt

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ni.ilui' "10 -.011'1 I,\ .I l :\.w \,1 U ii'ii 'nil'H 1, { (rops ;.1 n sIHowers' ( t1r1 :
amid her .,..il I MUMhiM. Itiin I I":intliilsKln.li . | hill h III |,s. lull. slll. > I III' lllsn lunost h '
itWhen- buyBREAD \ II 1.1IS l fill,' All IHIII'' 'II < lit Iiii; -'IMM **)lli din- (jrniitnl unit\atllr (fine i + ...
; (Imt Hit-. dlii1.11.j ils I ...lieKns.iiiiiiiiil by.
you t MI< : In'cpiur.l If in'"i .isliiu .squirts; In I 1111' s.ul '
ttlH lur the \\lillllll' Hllf rnulily mixes willi tli<- s..il. ( mil.tins no im- svt
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rag i* nuI 'IIIII1 ut on i\ ) line ilu- aid inn 1 oonlv mind,, her' conl at ll..' lerrnl 1 hoii-e slt..w .she Bruce, tier | .my

linililuiinlii'ls' , .f i her IHIIIXI'hold.,, I'IMbtollicrs (Inbenleii. n ili"/.(li iliflon,lit' \I "INS, ponies, in competition In the. ling"Ships mexi<-nsive. \\ritefor liteniturc and ;piic.cs. h '+

her fill In.r and I her. lnisl>,ini] The Mtininii! ho. has 1><..OHMn loos" Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co.BOK 1

HII (iiiiiluil. to Stilt 1Uge appeals| | of MissVVnUiliclil. hold drudge fins only licl.si-ll lo lilnnneNo of Fate.. K 308 Ocala Florid '
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Ask for the BESTWe : iniii| likes, to see, hU, w Ife In Hint I As nuts an plentiful' at this time of Jfi.11I @

Hut Miss. \Vnki-llolil didn't 1 stop| with rule ,Wy uoninnlio can mail can e'isllybe
the the following can
.MMir game
make it. Every Grocer sell ito. serer MlU'K I HlT deep COIltnlltU 111,1'I' innku her liouseworlc easier and do It\ I plaj. 'edPrepare: ----- ---' ---- ----
1 meaty ""..c used on taxi drlM-rs nod. lie-tier Take for ln>-tance. the t<...II'n'I walnuts I
K. BAKERYE. dibbles 1 iiiul\ ('I"'nlor111'11.. I did housrhold'nrtieles publl-heil. each I us many half shells of 5->.XKK-: *<:-:":-:->-:->-X':<-:"M-:+ {-,..:-: 1.S:-:-:-:':-h,-J::.' }4::}0{i-:S ::?r C >
as there' "re'/(11l'18./( In each fasten ""
"The bullut IK bound to better the
day In ninny papers, t'ooKlii) sewIng a small cnndlt' with a drop of wax
A. NIEMEYER, condition" .of oorj"' |>Uif>Hslomiloni. I ciirliig for babies the (eenenilork rill a tub with water, and before South Florida

Mitchell Street un. she sale \\'I1t'1I'olll.'n rote i lOt the Louse, arc h.nulled: so that everyon sailing the boats the wilIer should be fairGasparifa
they unity Le able to regulate )by law ]Ipiirn. i
I may agitated, so us, to ha\e It "'oTwo 1'
some of the conditionsliUb are now AND
The banker 'J'er-III fact every
ut a time may sail their boats lighting
left too miiclil to Iinplmznrd and tocunuce.
a.- m"n-"elll
business "
profe"Mlonnllnd their candles a* they do so. The/
I think we may make AWl.rl'cnn
music. will\ up on his rinrtloulnr work'hJ' cnu J.Jlfe of the owuerjs: Jirujdiesled! !>L the CarnivalFEBRUARY
ldealx iireviill In nn we - ---
not WCIU40 lie logic 1 1 of e'endlng-ilit r* .
..." believes U I Seaworthy qualities of his ship i
M. TILLER Ln other Ihl\ll; :She wrfeI
their household needs The
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the the
music ondIl1l'rkun mualclnus If the Sturm overcomes ship
American I the mother In her home has been In owner will l he wrecked by adversity.The rx- .. .. :F ..A..
unit Is proud of bo11I1: Ruined
Real Estate Agency. I trusted with a greater work than the
the tub
her education mid won her IIl'urs' 'e\l. ship !sailing across slgul- j
..,.........,..... most successful lawyer nr IUlnler.DOII't 4th TO
.......... tirely In Ihls c'oulliry.lIeI' I' mind (ties a long sea \oyagc. while those reI{I 14th '
go to seed. Fill your mainlng by the side show that the per-1 1
Realty bought and sold first opera successes sound like
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with happy thoughts Stop being u '
Uie luck of tbo trndltlonnl story book son loves home better. I ,
Houses rented. \Vlicn little over drudge. Ercu If silver threndu are .Ir. the" two ships stify., together' UJ: .
jtlrl. .elie was only a ATLANTIC COAST LINE il
Taxes paid and Titles verified showIng in the gold or, the darkness : ; : i
eighteen ji-nrs Aid 1 HUV went to Conned throughout the trip thecouple.owning: .
/for non-reiidcnti. to see- if she would "do" for grand op of your hulr do it up 8S preltlly l an poe.sible.fftGo the> them;will gavealhappylnrarrhigeirobey' 1 I X H,1: Standard Railroad of the'South ": '''W! 1,. 1 j Jf J-.
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out ,
Fire. Life ; and Accident In- era. He told< her enlhuldasticalIy'lhutshe bump' together that 'slglllal'lI a
Will sell low
I crowds occasionally: I"orget'all rate tickets February'3rd to'lZth inclusive and
lurance. bud a \beautiful Voice and would i gny quarrel '8 nol If they sail In opposite ;
I about yourself. The walk will bring ? February 14th, Final Limit February 21st. ty
make a musical success but she was directions each person will lead a single
: Indemnity BonctXir : roses Into jour cheeks, and when you I : Children Half Fare. _
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f, too jounc! and must go home and wait 1 I life. ;, y .. ----
reach home you'll have a fine appetite'for .
.... .0.0.00000000000000000.40"OOO \Mtliln ti few days afterward however Tickets Include Fair Admission Coupons. =.
supper. Just trylt cord see! Scouts of Hawaii. '
she not a hurry cull to take the Boy
role of Mile DniiKerUlle In the operas Under the heading hS'ollllnJ;: In Ha f j't'

t +}Q4 OOOOOOOOOOOOO. of "Adrleniie L.ecoui'reur" Just four waii" Scouting prints the following: For other information ask your ticket agent. H

c days before! the season opened. Some; KNITTED SMARTNESS.This A. A. Wilder, special field scout commissioner :r: J. G. KIRKLAND 1 t

delay kept her from obtaining her for Hawaii, reports that
C. W. GRIFFIN score until Saturday noou. and her I I. On. of the Sweater Without scouting Is I booming In these Island DIVISION PASSENGER AGENT

port had to be ready by Monday night Frill or Fur. possessions of the United States* :r: TAMPAIDEAL

She was to sing with Caruso la'allerll: This two piece skating outfit knit Plans are being made for raising a ,I'
with such stunning ribs, bus a roll ;----x-----x---: : vb0 J' }4 also arrived the last
who at
?a Staple and FancyGROCERIES nod Sooltl. i I budget to carry on the work In a more ?
minute, almost breathless, off the systematic manner and to extend the'' -'
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steamer tt> rehearse their parts Since I -I, benefits of the movement to a greater I

C' then Miss \\nkelleld has Bung In near I number of boys.\ A contribution of $1,-

ly all the best known operas> of the'II 000 has been received ns a starter fort|

Metropolitan cotupany. \ this fund. i

Free Delivery to all Part Plans are also being made for the I ; I I

of the Cityt Graham Bread. I r sixth annual rally to be held on Wash- ,
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c' Materials: Two and throe-quarter t Ington's birthday.. It has been suggested I Cherokee Florideal

cupfuls of graham flour, one teaspoonful 1 that'' scouts from all the Islands 1,
00000 0 ttl Seminole -
UOO"OOOOOoOOOO Alkideal
\, of salt, one-quarter cupful of sugar s In the group be" Invited to attend and | r

one teaspoonful of soda, one.third cupful 1 A that this be made the first of a series I PeruvianBoDeFERTILIZERS

I t f' of uijllsh walnut meats cut up;; / of Interisland gatherings.Hole I

one-half! cupful of molasses, one cupfulof I

{ : milk une egg/ one tablexpoouful of In the Ice. I 1:1

J! Joe E. Johnston Hliortenlni I A game thnt Is great fun to play Is I :

Utensils. Mixing bowl spoon measuring 4 railed "hole !In the Ice" The hole, or I

r, cup eggbeater, knife buttered I '/ +! 1 crack In the. .Ice' Is represented by For a quarter-century Ideal Fertilizers have pro- ;
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.CITY ENGINEER bread tin. 1 t. r two chalk lines on the floor. One row ducedthe best with the
lJlr.L.'tloIII'fIx. : dry Ingredients, bent I of children at a time runs or jumpsIn crops biggest profit. ,It;

egg and add lour, add molasses milk turn, trying to jump over the hole. Today as heretofore we jive the best .-
I' Surveying and and Mlinrti'iilnir. stir thoroughly put 1 If any one touches the door !between you
1A1 i iI
Into tin and I ,bake forty to tortJ'- ve A1 t.t t. I the lines Instead of going home to his combinations of plant food possible to secure. ,

DraftingInsurance minutes In slow oven. If Hour milk Is seat he must first come to tbo front ,

not at hand' uso sweet milk one teas I of the room while the others are jump- Right Sources-Right Proportions ;

|>oonful of 'linking powder and cut the ing and dry his feet by running on
amount of, mxlii to one-half teaspoon t ; il l1 ty. tiptoe "on the Ice" The width of the Perfect Blend.

ful. Itiiiou flit Is a good Hbortculng.Riddl. I II I I I crack; may bo gradually Increased so f

as to make this game more dllUcult.\ ...., New Catalogue f
1 I --.,: right from the ;
.. Alth\' \

ODRSOFflRJIIER I !My first natural in>Hltlon Is a lowly Ice Cream Cake With Coffee Filling. fffi T2; 00 .\ press" tells you "all about !

I one.: but' I line to great heights Unable Whites of two eggs; butter or laid LBS"\ it, -describes the different i\\

to hold to' HIP higher/( place. II 1Kriiiliinlly I I size of walnut one cupful of sugar ::c brands mid irives valuable

I! fall In that very weakness one-half cupful of milk one mind one- schedule] :1:'
; : and formulas.
-ID y
you iH ''>tt-r Ill," strength! ) do more fourth cupfuls of flour, two teaspoon-! E I

: gall: I lij, fulling than In rUltig.! All y.. fills of baking/ powder, a little snIt and I Atfp.r: for il. ':

: blf s "'I'. 'and yet lit times I poll all I vn 1111 III. Sift the sugar! Into the beaten ;:;;:::: :::: ,I 'I
that Insures; pleasureAnswer whites of f'ggs. Make three layers CERTIL ;::: for price list.! t.,'

I .- Knin For\ top king use confectioner's sugar .. 12ER We can "beat the market. MCI f,

Protection that Protects The Bumblybe. I I wet Coffee with Pilling Unclear.-Two coffee teaspoonfuls saved. of : M> D BY :: n!

.....t night Jack Fruit cam round with coffee two-thirds cupful of cold water. Wilson; & Toomer

nll'lI| I .-- ---- Steep ten minutes and strain In coffee $iON&TOOFERTILIZER ; ,1 I Ij
For Pottr'i none and anger: alplI. Fertilizer Co.
II* spoiled, with a few short hours moth- ,' ---1 I cup saving one tablespotiiful In an ". :;to
era' flowers FOB THB BKATEB. other dish and fill cup with milk. Mix co::; Manufacturer of Ideal Fertilizer '
And blackened every bud and bloMom. yolks of two egjtll, two tablespoonfuls
DAKIN AVENUE collar that may Le Luttoned up s1JutIY i, -
of flour, one-balf cupful. of sugar, one JACKSONVILLE FLAT.Jacksonville Florida .
When Dotty went outdoors "to see" It need be. nag white pearl buttons ,
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA She found a "poor dead bumhjjbee" relieve the I tablespoon of melted butter. Add to ..:= "
and patch pockets plainnessof
And took It from the froaty grass- coffee and cook In double boiler as you 'M',"' .. .... .. -
the rib, Just as two pompous do the I I
Alas alai'Tait : would a boiled custard. :

.... 1 "brmtlybe" wa "play I... possum." II I I II -a p. .. .. .. ..q.qot.


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FRIDAY, F. .ERUARY 4, '1916. ... THE KISSIMMEE" VALLEY, GAZETTE PACE 11.i .


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i n1111it ii 111 mi Man's Party In the city' of Klailmmee, .abeth Slnaaaea* nnd Ada Sln.n>..... support of those who approve FARMERS PLEASED Pilos Cured In 6 to 14
my ) DajrsVonr
who ara by th* laws of the ..d nil B emonj* plnlanlna? .. Imtrrent1m I
Kissimmee lawful electors, who hav" Ike property deseHbvd In the Hill past recotU and to them I pledge myJ J WITH SHORT COURSE dran-lst will refund-aaoavy tfOINTMKNT P4ZO
i Legal nn or before February IS, 1916 paid ..f leanpllBt- 111.3 lo ctn y ee of It.
their. poll taxes. for the years 1V14 and lleapondvnf*. self to a fulfillment of aH the" re- I Blind.; Blndlncor rrotrn ::nin IB 6 to 14 day*.

IV15, who have registered. up to and TO AL.L WHOM IT MAT CONCERN! uufrumenta! of the office. The .farmers Who1" attended the Ten- Tk* flrit application *<_ JOM sad KM*, IKIcIoI'
Advertisements Including 1 March' 'r:l.aJ'J'bnt. who It appearing from the affidavit' of W. ,
:i: : : pledge tnemsvlves I ... result B. Crawford tjiollcltor/; for Com : FLOYD :TISON. Day Short Course at the University
of snld primary and vote plalnanta cause, that thelesldences \
11111111 : III1I r + fur the nominees I : fltn: enau.In ; of"rd'I\I'.h; t Edith May I of Florida this- year were well pleased "
IT city election.. Delts leorvle. Delts. 8uaan A. Simmons
NOTICE CREDITORS (ItMllltratloB* of ("..dld...... William Bernard. Hlnvmonn' Hoi FOR MARSHAL AND , with the work. All expressed a desire

ThOHn. HTK| only those 'IMTKOIIH, shall omt>n .121ijiih Hlmmons' Mary VlrRlnlaBlnjmoiis TAX COLLECTOR to return next The follow :
: : year.
'l. ibe Cowrt of bi i County Jade* be permitted to become candidatei for I Pauline l Kllcabeth Hlmmons MRS. SUMMERS '
(Mate of Klorlda. 4>a"..la fonnty.In offlceji to l> voted for .In 'anld' primaryvlvftlonn and Ada flimmons. .respondents herein ing re80lutlon'wall adopted: by them

who pledK* themiielvea Inwrltlnnr named are unknown; thnt they arn
re nutate. of I.Unle Moaeler.To to lde-by the result of snldlulmary over the aHTA"' of twenty-one years'' and To the White Voters of Kissimmee and signed by twenty-three members

nil 4 redl4...... f.rlfm1m, Itlntrlbiltee* flecttons. land support the that them Is no one within"hiHtate I of the course J
and nil I'rrnnnn bnilnir 4 latin* or lemnnd nominees. thereof who are qualified of Klorlda. the nervlce of Huhpoenaupon hereby announce my" candidacy ) is still located in ';

narnlnut nnld lIntnteina uiidor the laWH of' tlv. 'atnte of l''lor- w lioin' would bind ..uld Kispundvnts for re-election to the office of Mar "We, the undersigned shart course
\ and each of you. a1'" hereby notlfted < and required to present any I It' ,lai therefore.; Ordered that anld) shal find Tax Collector. I have served men of 1910 At the University of Florida Ivissimmee. is

claim' ..nd Aetnands which you" or I l.lnt ..f nriee> ... lie 1<'111.\. rtosnonilents hi* and they hereby are College of. Agriculture takc
,Ithor of ')."". hnvu ntrnlnat the .. Kachl<-ct<>r In, the city .if KIsKlmmi , required to appear to tho Bill of Comilalnt the people of Kissimmee in- this pleas

i.r> Ijlcxle Monoloy. decenaod. "tnt"1 'i< gUHlllliMl. to vote In snld pilmnrvHlmll [ Illed In nald CKUIW on or bi "IN>re olTicd during the past year to the best ure in hereby: expressing our sincere !still! sellingSclcct
). ic..<>!" County, Klorliln.. to tho hmo the rlKhl toolij In BiildIjilmary Monday the 3rd iluy of. ISId' .
pinned lOxocutor of slid r .I'et.t.! ftirhie : olhoiwlflo irio nlK-itntlnn oI'h: Hill of my ability. If .quain elected, I 'gratitude to the faculty of the college Homes Choice
ficnn tho clntn ( cnndldntn for Mnvoa. will hi. InUen Jicspuruli'iitf ;
confuHaoil vuld
t yiai aa by to the "of the .United
'* I promise/ to enfor.ee the laws of experts .
1 '111'd l l.i-oombor :Both.! 1111 I
IJ4HII.KHTON: "'II.Ull1U OIKunn Exicutor.:
l iiiiiiiuiillOatu.I (0"II1.hal,
S 'ft I und Tnx lie piihllHhed onci> n wei-lc for iluhtrofiaecutlvt
C4ill4rtorCouncil without I the librarian, and to all others who
-- ..... ....... .. ,.........._ .. __ wcekn In the KlHMlmmci'iilli ; I city1 paitiality and as see
I.-HOM ..... ,......II..ft...... ... '.v..M ", ", ,,... u. "'n)' \ >v ilarotti*. n v.44Ulnev suniterliuhllwhod _.__ '..Ou ... have worked earnestly niid faithfully Lots and Acrci
iiijMittH 41.011) so
iiu.ii I4i for ono year.Tw In said C< unlnnd "pf Kf;>n4ral my uuiy. i win appreciate your suppoit -

1'1'1'1"1in <| candtdatcM for Momherp. of City <*\lrculnt.. In anld County und --vott to make our attendance at the
Council fur two > earn l.ft'h. \V1TNWS the llonoraMo' JnraeaV age.
.be> 4.Irrult. our4 of tbe "e*...ntbJuilUlnl IMxi. mlxiM" of tho ) fecuttvi* 1 IVrklnn; ludu-4' of th circuit Cnml GEORGE: W. OVERSTREET. University profitable pa well as pleasurable

4 Ireult of tbe wtnle ofKlurliln. CommKtoo for one vcnr'lime fIr lh..r Keventh Jndlelnl' Circuit of thetnte '

In mill for. Omi'riiln I for. <).inir. > In.... lit 1'lorldn HIII) mv hnnd an CleilctlHTvof . to us. A EOS
4 ounO. In I banrrry.Daniel Kncli /POIHOII doHii,'IIIK to hniMH n'n.I tho official. sinl of HiiM' MARSHAL: AND "Therefore, as a vote of lhu..ka, we Penfietd St., South Kisslmmee
nn tin* print-' .*! on the pi'limit')" election Court, this 2)) ..t lay of Jaiiuarv. A 1 1soni I' '

!.'. 4'nrlti.nnrnVUee.e I l Iollll..t. UH u run(Dilute foi anv <'itv' of114 TAX COLLECTOR hereto subscribe oui* names and addresses 1 blk. west the'end of the brick street
** Khali ltl.i wllh t IH. ,'hllll'mll" oft ( ) J. i.. .n\.I.n1.rnl!' I.T.
!< nnd ......1.. n........ ber h,,..- t hit* ...conttnU.., on or hi.fore. I'Vbruarvii Clerk Circuit CourtCrnwf this twenty-first. day of Jan
linnil. nnil I'). C.. Worunn nnil :Minnie Hilfl.t hiM notlci* of candidacy anilii ; I uary,
'. ,.......nn. liln wife.It .. I.pit<,at Ion. to 'ha\ hln natvu' HO piintl Solicitors for C
ni> >onrnR| l.y nin.li.iit nJ,-.! In thenliovo I .".1 l upon ii blank to furniniitd. hy tin* ;Marshal[ and Tax Collector of Kisximmcc The attendance at the Short Course .
ilati-d cnu..e thnt Surah Hfeyonnd ( "hali man nf thlH commit. nnd at** '
l.iiulH HI-I-HO. her hiiHlinnd. ,. rompatilod" bjr' tlu* amount of hln "*- OIUI<)II -PI' III.K A'iloIn > subject to th'e White Primary.If showed an increase of 48 percent over

.1 Mnrmin nnd Minnie C Morl ,
rireult Court, Kr,pnth'Jndlelal < Ireul
chowm to fill this office year.
If4,. tin. d< fi tidnnlB' tinined therein' are of. ftnHiich t'and"Ida ft* nhall boni by the S. "
w < c..c. nf INnrlda In and for BULLOCK
., i'h Moeola < t.un.) In, tbnnrrry.If. .. votes 6f the electors of this city Ipledge .year fcas thirty-seven, last year twen
thire.nl- Intt'd upon MII'h ballot
,tti of ri< i.1 Mil. '\1..1 Ih it pi am unit .
lull.. ,. of em h of thi- mild d.-fi-n.lanta laiiiiktionn .HH thin pi oIH.OII Hhall huvu beencomplied I'. Know nnil T. K: l. llryan. o'.I''C.' : myself t
ami that I h..r..I... no pi raonIn ." A Uh. nern. ilolnic btiMlurMN. nn *' liw > Allrjnn. the office to the liest of from Montana one from Iowa and '
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Biili1.0 I ability
tho Stati. of riurlilt' .. 'r\ ,Ir.of lrm llfillol.Tho my REAL
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", hum i>nlil lilnd lluaald "I"IIIIC in ..,,1.1 I I pi lin ir\' el..<.t lona i anil with one from, TenncsHCe.i ESTATE
nn upon 4 tiiilnlnnntM. I in conformity the laws of
oI.r.'n\ "" in. ,inv. nl" "f Ihetn nnd1hil ..h.11 IH. 1>'\ ftiHt' aiul Hiiond ,'h..I.l .e bulbil \.H.Idn .. i I i i %%..*,.mm..m..*..m%.%..

uh of SB' Id ilefiMidnnla I : IM OM r' i ,. In. 4 oni pi. .i nn ci' wll h I the, pi' ''\ iHionnT MnV li-l.... Ililllh. >lnr lleltr, f.enr.Kle .. the state and the |>nlinnnce of the I! ( il'l'students Ofrlr.n'llawrCQl1l'lte'hll'e :
:,: ", of IwenMinn, M IIIHII <> tin si IIII. pi tin.u \ law'H. nnd i h** INSURANCE
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I lleliK. .I..n| 'li*< \lellnnd., **
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tin fin'' otili ml Ihit milil' I tion- ii inn M nf t In. < iindid iti H feu' i nt h of- .. cit\ Ax atr indication of my ability taken up "soccer footlnul, I as a
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'I'i ni: ii.-r. ::::;isntH:: ) ; ,mil; UK.* ' lit" to !I. \olid foi Hllllll IM. '""I .IHK" don ...... .. fad. I
. nii *f.I..n..n Klljah: '.... to fulfill the duties" of the office, I 2 |
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Iv 1 ,, ,,,1,1 ,III 'IPIII' II "" J". (Ih. 10.111.. \tn 1111h"I.> "I< ii1 ol, <1. ii %lnrIruliilfi. "'".......nN. I'nulliie : __ Examination of Titles a

to"\' \ In H"II ," "H" ,,,? .i I ititttiMN of HrtuniM.'I . rrilieth slniniiiiiM nnil tiln. .*l ...... ultlio\ \oUis to niM'stiir.ile my.ieconl 1 CI"--Old Sores:Other Hamsdiai Won't Cu--; 1
j'1, ."i"l" i\ III" < th ila\' of 1.1I.'h. hi*< ( "MimiMi' i* HtiMll n'.1 it i lu.lt .
.... Hi' all. i iilloimf . .1.1 k \IM on th4th dnof Mm, 'i'h. nnil nil I..r..n. I'lnlinlnu: nn Itileri'MtIn as night poliicnnin dUI'inK the J
\ I "1'iH\ : iitlii tw the iiriipi'rly' ili>Mi>rllieil. . III < he Illllnf 1 he worM canes. 110 mntlerof' howlonu .tflndinn
.. .. nllfi XH.-lt, I 1"1'1 ;. 'tii Ih < 'It \ < '"1/11"11 "'ha iiiln'T oftlu Speciaity.Torresoondance
., , ,| 1,111\ \ Kill ll tllUill II 4 oiiirJ| ..lttt.ltn.pikiiifi.iitf. p.i t me iniiil In the wotutpiful.' ofil rrlii.bl" Or 1 .
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, .XI.I. \\ Hi\ "iM 1 IT1: \ Y:1: : Nit ;
I" ,} ,..'" ""' ., .1. C", M h "Mn I' 'in. 11'.t. ) i f K M I hI.r I lul Solicited.
" .. .1, ,III, I.It.. 1"\'j\ I ,I i ,. ml .1 < 111 "h"1. ""I1I1.J'i ti'H Ii"i \'< "i ("1'1"i u ft in MI ,,i,11 "i i"II of
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.\ ,,,,,.1, V ,II, ll l ..Itl .'-ft-} ml Ih. .10" "in ni 'ind' "" '1'.1' i ,"i \ plain"HitH, 111..11". I II",.. ", .. I 10"H 1 II h,. i i n !!:7'x'iC"J.; ::<< :tl.r.t., : ""' 'J1T.E: <'"wm ,
ii.l, .,,01"I"I Kiv-vinim, '', ,1 t'hlw l i ''in"11\11.\ >\ ,hln t I" o il ,, si ll. IxISIIII' '** > III' :" 'llnp' ltIII \ Robert Riedel Co.
,1 'ulk, Hi. '.11.. 'I" of .1.I inn n \ ' 10" ., , ,. I,,< l1 ,. i'IIf' .11n' nil IIP N ofi. ; , , 11.IM; H'lll'" ; : ,. I ,I4 ,III! 111UIIOXMI I il
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I'l'i 1. < 'iru 'lnI"I'I! > i. ,f. ''''|M vi 1)1) ,' llat. \ NOVELTY WORKS

, '! v. ,1 I ( 1. 1."U < 'II ,,ill ,.,, \ I, li K I .r KlVr-ll; IHl .o I ** 'till1 11.1111' ll. < '4 llflin '. 1111K in, i\\, ii ( o tii" 0',111),1 i ) } in, ., ,01-t ,i 'ul 1 R. S. FLOYD House Bids
"' \ II I I" I, "ill. \ ,p,nix" r... tl. ,,'Tii', M tn .IH. \ ''I.r! til.11 ii' Hi\ T IK .pia\i-il III Iii, '.ihl, I 11111 a Specialty. All Interior Finish

i ,i. f. .i ,i .\ MI:i i i, r..ni. r"i ai' tin I' in < 'J| d'' )" \ii i'tiini to l>l I'..IMI,I:lllll' I I ", I Sl ll 'HI I" "" ul Window and Door From Window
,"i ,1, fo(. ,run, pi,ih ,u, i i 'I 1",1 Id. 'I."d Ii '-. *f'< ,li.,; I"'j l H..Hpolllll' lltl. It ,I" III..... r. ." Illll.. .1) Dealer In ,
I \f.**>.HM.tM'n< iI .' III" "it .ill ]I" I40MM .1'I.1 , Int, ti it inmi and Door Scrmmn
I ..i UM 'pin p< 'M' nf d'i 01"""inu 1 II"- \ I ,, I i.i HH. r.iiii.u 'M, ,, ,i. ."i 'ii.} .I i 1"1"i.i Phones : Shop 216 ; Residence 237
.rl' ">'11'1.111 \'i IO !I'. i -" nf tin pi, lin1, > 1 I. i II.>ii i "0111.1.II 1 .in. Kiln:ill In lin. <-oiiiil\ nf i"iv.. ..I.l .i
11'\11'1 i I )l |.,, \ ,,,, 1 l.r 'HlHp' ' ''' ,, ,"I ,mil, I Ht. .ll ..r I loi '01. I .. n It I .i"IM I IL' Groceries Ha Grain xi\d Feed Darlington Ave., Near Freight Depot

lit t ..iirl i.l MMfiiinli .1......'.. *. lli .
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l .rl..... . . .I" ...."I > U I1-- ft ) L \.1.1111" 'tin to\ KI--IMII'" '
1.1.* I ) i*. |n'. 1 l\ t "11 did" \ it <.s f.it tho \ "lousi I 11' I 1..1.I. in.I I...ulli 1 M \ i"tils DR. j. A. TROVILLON :

. i d"> i w t., I. \ ) dM \\'H.r' III. -I"; ..iM I . ,, , III till, .
HII .
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of I in
1 : ; : : Corner and Dakin Ave. Specialist
VlV 'Illl- .II IH.I : OfMl" < <'II"'" ,ior I hi. ..II" \\ 14 II f III.' SI.I. llf >., < III II I I'., 'I!"IHV IIvlilp Broadway
\\ I | |11.| I, "01"I I :.I-H I I" I" ."',,11. 'II 1 I '1 d. 'I hi. ...ll.it H 11 :< Canui' 'II r: "',' 11111 tii 1111 CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS
'. .1111 I'.1"\ "r \illllllllS. . ,I 'I t l ll' I :I hi : 1'r.U! M \\iwt :Illll \ "I III. Ill ,' -liu"h "H \ ." .1' Cure them without cutting
"| "I'J",.." .I." III' 4 Ml ,III-, ...r X .N\ I' ,>.., .1.' 1 .M ,i:., sh::"il" ninl r i\ < nib i .tnr. 'I hie.I .. I h, ni.i- 1':ant' Inn \aidH. t'h. n. Ni i I h 70alil4 Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed ..hem out. ;

,..i.1,1.\ ..r sii.i 4'initv" ..f < .""..i1I I HM \, to point of liiulnnitiu ilo. "11 1> ,p. '"uto
'I 1'1"I ". ,,11.. 'h..r., 'II. ...I..h, lHII I. ,"Iop,'M <*"i\\\ ( Nninrll. Oni' I >.oll trInnpr tinHill. of ( '''''' 1'1" ,hit. Ii.l fin 111.'.! ORLANDO FLORIDA
lllll'll.. Illl, ..1' ''" ll"- Ion*. oil 01 In,full !th.I iHl, ll M of. :Mav 1 I'llllI 33-Gmo
III. "
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"i I. .0I.1 |.i fin"it \ b t'thin irdi'r 1 h" pulillnlii i ...n.I w..I k for
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If tin'\ !m\4 ,l.i In* t\\l ,.hI.l | 'ti.mn in\ I I .ix ''nu-Hton, II. N Itnttton: 1'\1.) An .
of XiliinliilBlintliiii' Hinimii1alliN <;nr4tti\ i niHpiii'rptlliltHhid | C. F. THRASHER
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., . ,', ,,1h., "i'" li4. ll- Piin.. will Thom HHO In IHI eola Couiilnnil ofIfoni'ral FOR
,ill .Inl SALE CASH
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I., MJiiit.'l' \ ..II l 1"". nil-Mi" MIHM nrH f< II nl.LLI.Vh.ilimnnS I, 0'1'.11111.I ... in Halil, CinintxVlTNn .... PREFERRED SHEE7 METAL WORKER
\\ \HI M KT/
\ > the lloniirnlili) .Times WIVrklnn.
& . ..11.1', III. |i T on "' KPIKOIIB
11. . . < ti"tm"v'. f-M1111.i. Juilujo of the Clu-uit I'ourt ofIli4
''' \\" Itni-MH llllimn..' n" -uiil\" lunf Metal Roof* Put on and
11II{ ,.r tin. i.iiliilv afoimiM tlilK .111-. Si-\i iilh liidlilnl. <'lKlt of th.Stnte .. One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. Guaranteed

.\ II 11\f.! of Florida' and, m\' h.iml as ClerkIhiriof
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.1" .r .1"1\ 'I'U (t i ir.r nri.i:

1 :.<" 01'' l' :II. 4iint\" 'III'II". Ju.lir. *' In < he < Irrult. C ....,...C. Hr" rnth Judicial .. thin. 'nnil 2lMt the d.iy ofllilnl of lnnunr\S4nl ',of 1116Sen HnlilConn 250 foot front, 2O8 foot depth. Rich Muck PHONE 149-R KISSIMMEE. FLA.

I Irrult. of "'l4.rliln.. In npil for O.- ( ) J. i.. nvniisTunKT.Clerk .

<*roln. ('.",nt. ) In 1 hnneery.I Circuit' Court Soil adapted for Banana or Truck Orowin -
\11\11'1"11"' --- Crnwford '
< ll\lll" OK \ & .Tnrrell
I '!. .:. "Kklpprr.' I). I.. "kll'I'''''. . \. "blprr. Solicitors for Complalnnntn. B12tltOTI4i Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make
In 4 ....r. of ( He lolinlj' Jililne.of . stlllf |> J. I. HtilfertM. find H. l':. ltol.erl.. f your DR. W. W. CARSON

...t..I.. .... O..-....1.. 4 ..unllureiiM > \;.. .
l'lorl. Jn (*OBtnter<'lal Company, n Cnliornflffni .._ home pay for it e1fe DENTfST'
: K Hl I t III.ICATI4)V

1':"' "'I' ':I/1.: ;' ..I;.., .. \ I.. \"CtJ 11'1' I \\ eHt llnll.J..k..III...n> ( .itnpnny.. 'I'p.. rorpornInMnrnnor. A. Key- Two Lots-Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful Office Building

\\' "V K" '. ...... II.IH appliedt. U.... '1'.... I'.na.hn.'. ('''_P..,. ,.... n..p..r'm..a. of the Interior., t. H. I.andOITIce over Pilley

". II.IH Couit for U-ttiiB of AilmllilHtintliui ' .. on L.Ur. *nd *.r.*..lln.Annultl ..- a 4.alneaillle, Florida.Jan. situation facing Lake Tohopekaliga. Ideal Office Hour : I-IS. 1 4OITIce -
on tlie ..Ktnti. .uf h r..d lioul 'Phon 16S R..ld..ne.. 'Phon ItU

<-../1.,1., Inli. of mi Id (Count >' of DaciolaThine .r.lM nn.l Kranoln I*. < Impln. *. 22, in HI. Administered. for Ex tract loo ofT
are' then-fore, to.clttt and nilinoiiluli Mol Mnr' ltlitK. 11.u.o...i of
nil nnil niiulnr! the kindred \\ 111 und '1 rmtmmrnt nt Jol. Kdnar -> Notice. 'Is hereby riven that Joseph
tti be and .tit. .lecrii Itohrrt. J. KilwurdM.llNnnnl. . from Club House. and
and <'redlloia nf anlil derenaeil rdi. Rwaln LOU. Rinnan, Florida, who on Country Telephone,
before thla court
,f' appenr the amlt dav, of March. ,\. 11. lD16.. and *. r lldrvn .nd ....I.. krlrnInw .<. No.' OS6J2.. for mndo'V"oC NW4 and lOntry N'.. Electric Light Wires run by the lots. 0'011r '. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW '
a'I" L file. ohjectlona.:, if, nn V thev* Imvet to the of Mlil.l Jncol Kd".rdii, .lrori.. of HWV4. Hoctlon (..TowlIshll' 2A "Hoiilli -

V M rn n l\rll\ (&o f t 1..11.-t''' or is-VL"1''nl..1' r"Ji'i < rd. .* ' KnnKeit 27 J Kast..,}TnllnhnaHeo Mel'Idlnn, the A '
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VJjiKa '" .."hI "at a t..1 I..r.. le theBBin. cfej'''lltfl t il * <} l' i: 'i> '" **4 !has tilled ll nolle e4 of s 'Intention to makeThree course on spot. Bargain ".\. ' .
/t liiT' toToald '.A.11I11.llJrou..ht"or! PSlt'appoarinff'fromthe( return of1th.h '' "
; B runted i >year l'roof irtoestal>ll8h 'claim : llections 'and
,*rlfr' the subpoenas isBuod in .. VALLEY-GAZETTE. : : ,Conveyances
.umi> other lit person or peraonsAMInesa ; upon to the Innd nbove"* deacrllieii. before Apply i. ,11.R
mv nninv na Countv Junirenl tM* ..bov..l'd .raua for the defendant Clerk of Circuit Court. Ktaalmmee." ir3Specialties (
,.r..1. thlH. the i'MIl:, ... tho Florida Commercialoinpanv '
tin, Ci>unt\ Klorkla' nn the 9th day of March 1916 .
.1,0\ .if Jnu,", >', .\ l' '' : a or nor at ion under tho lawn 1121.1 Broadway
.....j I 1'. M'I 'III'II. , Y of tht t;,it *. or rioridn the JnoKHiitflllt Clnlmnnt nanii-H, nn '" ltniHK. ..
Hol..rl II Ail lin. of ,
7 H"t' .llnl:r'M \ Tti.in pa k K"*v Went Hallnc.impitiix ) .n. UuunliiiiaiiFloilili .
11 "orporntlon' t roati" d nndryfitnt "
\ iindt.r' tin. III\\H of the State /ItoHiiT n. H.inco.. of 1.4>u I \ "'I 1'1:11'1.: .' ,
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of, I FI.'II.' i t hat s. i \ 1 I. t of 'pt'''C'8' ran-. f.
not' b. h.id iJnst .,llh..i. of th.. riald. John llowen of Imvnpoit, rioil.laSilas T. M. RIVERS. M. D.
I'd.I t ,, ,11.1. Ii \ ; 1..... of "i lin il iiiI .. .. .IL Uu, i.ii of .a.t.' )rloilil.iuoiiniir '
4 n' .' tfn n oI.r""I,, ntH h\ r"IIH..it of The of the world
"I . fill foil 1 I. ".. ..r ., I I''I. n I IHMII ll I 1" \\ I >Ais.
1'h. l 1.,1111"I nf. th< M" M <'ni point in UK to PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
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11111.., ..r .i ml, mi .1.I 111. v MI .. R Tit IU I.'. rSI31 eyes
"I' 111. Cm'lilt' 41\< < t Ir 10"H i ni appoint. am" 'nt'H and
.la- \\ 'i \kintnl lililui Office over Oiceola Pharmacy
. Hut .mh ofrhoiH .in.I If ,'1.1. d
< iif tin' -.., nl' h .In.'I.' i,,il < "li nil jjmontH ", KMl J I Illl 41. (1111 I I'I' .TKI'l.OIIIII .1
...ol. InIII. 01, 1'1",1111..1.. ni and, ha\,> IM"i'n for ipi \ Phona Rraldvnce 61
in "iinil foi tin- nn,1' o. i"H. i \. 4 1114 I IT I Ol 11'1' OK
\I.in.I,. 'rlod' <>f HI t \ ( t.") ni '"lh" i4xt In foi'* Office 148a .
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I I.-i, dl | I Illilv I.. ,,, ,, ,, .,.., ., Till .1" of.ml t tin. I 1..1I111r.t .. of H,,iid\ Mitt aliHont. f toint i iiM inCarrion : \ .1 the hoSAVES '
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l' f'uopi i' t n I '' . .
pii, . Com, del t ml,tut\ M .ind. i ""h of I 110"111 do a 1'1"11"" F KJUBHS w. j. STEED < |
tin \1.1\ I.unil.' iinil i ."'mp on .11 I . Kny nnil :Minnie II. l'nj. llefendnutu -
'|., " ,,| I ,1nl II I t I'i- I Ml,I It'111'141f 1 a ml d< fi nd. ""'I.lalllll"III' bill of I
Ih.. Illl" I \ ,111 I'lilllllllt i. .. Illl. 1,1.. <'.nn.. .pi.tint IH i.In fll. .1 I. on or' no for.. 'O"'IC uln KRIBBS & STEED i iI
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tin' :tid ila\ of \piil, .\ Ii IIHC. and,
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Hliiiiu., i' Hi.in.I of I l . < M : lltl \1:1': "C. Tit MM! ".1 i ..J.11",1 i >. hat, t IhlH 01,1.1'. b<> puhllrth rm. i oa. <'hw .\. .H. 1I1It:. the rt'-fi.nilanlH. C r Faand \ ATTORNEYS AT LAW
.... "i'l,'nl, "f Miit .' MlHllllil i "U for t Ih. sji.it'o lOr two ( ) mont hatn I
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win >..nf...,' MIL. 4,11 'tii' iii-Kt 1 Miin iinl 'd iui.1.1on.. nt r>oTnn 1. thlith .
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Mniili \ ThlH oril.' to hi* puhllaheil onri nwiik I (
4th ..lnof .1 m\' .\. II. HIIG! prompt attention.
ml.I\ month' wllllln ( hilil.nl .
> Uh il M "I fur 30 d.iya 'In the KloHlmmi.alli
J.\S: W. PI ttKIN'I.91 !' .
InHIM if .Hill' In fliinl "f tin, I \' *\* (Inn.He. \vieklv nowapapirplibllHhod Offices 11 and 12 State Finnic Bide.
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illHIl. 111 111-. 'IU. nf KIMflniMi. 1- J u il KV
'llllll llllllM' In KlHBlmiiK ,'. Owceola count Klssiimnee' Horlda.
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','. < .nnt\ ". I hut " "1" K mlHtiinil, ,,mil' : C'I'I'\'I'IO' OK .4o.n"'I't'I'II.\'I'IU"\ .(.nl'HIII'r mv hnnil nnd n<*al on IhlH
I of. "f.lll.B 1..1 Oil I'I1B1II ..w",1 ,llXllr.itluli 1 the 21 ,,t day of January A. ll 1'lKlJ ,
.v linli, ",'. IM Inu on *, ....1110.. 1 L. < iviltsTHiiT! !' .
4f III.' I nltiil, MltiM ill\ <-' .Lot 1 "IMillion In oiirl
22. rimtiMhlp. 2", Itnliiil"l. *'lorlila. ON.*..oln uunl > Si: .ni ) n. it for
H.ml I mil Uliii- |I"IIH in.ll'l, : of Hi-' ! a moment, young man, I JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNE't.AT.LAW

< 'l..inl, Mm'11 I 11.11! 1111110.1 nnil I.H4f : llHlnte: 4f I'aul I". Iriidrll.
|It"l, ,\ c' 1. 1"IIr".1: III th.. I'Mv i.fKl 111 'I in': Ji I". .': of S4iii < 01 IITlni self. The
...I"""..i.. I loi liln. Ih. Hil'l ui ,mil,. \\ aH Kllz.ilivt: 'ruilell IIIIH appllnl a thought to

Kt."ml, ,mill, f. in I'M hi Int; .., ..,, Ih' in, tills I'ouit fnt ....1\..,.. of AilmlniHli Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizen Bank
|,l-| 'III, KlHHillllll' '., OlTunli' .itlon on tin. Htati ,' of 1'aiil) Jo] Political Announcements that confront ,
'Ii"r; ; \known, : : a tin, :. iBBlninn I : ..1 'llllll.l\), .1"1"1111,1. llltl. of H.IU1 CllUtltVof Ii problems you now, or"will I Building

lllH. Illll I'alk. .u. .... mm, h 111 ",,,f IIH'' usi ol.i Kl..lmmee. F1a.
..h..11) I... 1'..i.I-MH.u \ l.i HallHfHal.l .1-.14 .. Tin HI aii,. thin fine. to rite anil a ...... n nil '.i.HtM ajl) amf ttlnifiilii' Ih,' kimlnilami a years I II .

Tei, IIIH ..r'M il-. i..i..li I'm'''h IKr In i..- " ,'oIllu"H nf pn\f\\ \ ,,1.II..d| In. hanil FOR !MAYOR
.
tlloll. B.lllll' rilllll 'h. |"ll.llll"4Bl "1"11" IM foi. t hln *. 0111 I tin 01 li<>-
Illllll I 1Hh. . ., I
K K fiin tin .In". of .101'11111\' A H
7.1t .4t I"'I"I) Must' *'! 11\t!< \ :. ,ami, file olijeitlotiH. If iinlhi.\ Look about you-the men of affairs in country date nation-yes, I THOMPSON
J. W.
ha\i.. to tin. "KiHiitinu: of I.i'tti'rs' ofilniinlHtlatftiti I hereby announce my, candidacy .
in the world the who started to in life.
early
are men save
> OIKIin C.ItI'HI'I'.II04 .\, on Haul Htati' >, otheriiii for re-election to the office of Mayor ,
\\ lin' lIam' Mill I hi' Krunted' to HaldCllzaliitl I FUNERAL DIRECTOR
In oiir. of .b.- t ounlj .liKltcr. "H' hae the and confidence of the
4>r Kl..rl4ln.. <>",-.-..ili ( "I"nC y. .THIIII or' 'pi'i'HiinnltniHH They respect community. I
\\" ni\ name aft Cnutitv Juilifenf Primary. If a a'ilhonored' by the und

...... II. TntinnnI I'liuntv nfi., tho.
In llr i : 4of l.niTur tin Hal.l thla luthiln
ballots of the electors of Kissimmee, Then look the other side the fellows who all tl
\ \ of Januuiy, A. I'llfiS. on -at rpend f LICENSED EMBALMER

'0 nil < r.<-.II..r.. I.nintrro. Hlmlrlhntrrmnntt ( nl ) T M MUIU'HY. I pledge myself to the continuance of I ,
make have tune for while but : does tl
they good a .. aat J .
a
nil l"fl>rM..nH MnlnK' Inlmn orllrmnnilfi 4 M County JinlireNO may Store and Chapel Stewart Aye.Kliatmmee. .
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record ilthe office. I will ,
nicnlnNt onld rXntrlV4ni. my past ?
reflect
. personality j
I I I UK TO t "".IIOIt--< appreciate the \otes and support of Fla.
nnil, f>nch of \ on. nn' lu-i. bniitlll.il \

(. nnil mi'l\ ,,1..1 ifiiulK'l' to wlilili,)lir.Bcnt. von. nnlnlniH or\' In I..t. of the ounty. .Ju....... Stnte of those who_ approve my past service, A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the I .

.11 h. of liavnit.i lust tin 'I..I"n. U..n e..uu.y.In I and endeavor to show that
4 "i von mn\ appreciation nucleus of honorablej-iatjependent Jarrell
Lee
of 0.. II Tiititiin, ill, .n.ilH.-il<1. an career. I W. B. Crawford
entitle oik'
"..p."la f-tiltitv. l-"lorlilH, to tti.' . Ite Mntnte: of I,..IIMMnHblnvton.| in the fulfillment of my duties
luti of Make beginning today. Your
I .. III\ < redKom .11': uateeN. II.erll.u- your now- I CRAWFORD & JARRELL
11..1 M
l .\ilinliilKtinlllx of .
ljiiipiilmi| the best of
to
terM nnil nil I'erMfpnn hn, lnar t lalmMor my'abihtyII. .
It hln l\\o \ 'IIIM r..m tin' iliil.' bank book will the
4 Htnti'. u ( llrmiindw nicalnpit nald I'Mtatrli : pave way. I ATTOHNE\'S.AT.LA W
R.A Y.
h. ofPHiil .
>il anil ca i'h nf >'oil, nrn hetohvnotltliil ,
I JniiuirJltli' A H liinI.M anil reiiulri'il ,torpn.son t anvrlalniH Offices: 45 6. and 7 Citizens
.\ .V r M< HI UISUVT ,
I ami .demanda whlt'h >' 'on or
it V 'ImlnlBt' i ntrlx ..illu.i. of \ on mnhivo aKillnat thiI'Htati fOR 1\1.\ YOR Hank liuildinjrKissimmee

4' tl.l. ....111 \\' nriirunivn' \ of; "nf OHc.ola l.ontHa:: C'ounly\Vafihtntrtonr, I. Kloriila{ deri, to nai tin1unilorHlKiii :illuti I her by anounce my candidacy for tate Bank i Florid
.:1." < 1'111"\
'd Kxi'cutor: of vafil, ontatiulthln .. Mayor of Kissimmee subject to the
from dnte -
F.x.O; ; two 3 iiirs the hereof
Tti<> City > Committee of ttuVhlte White Man's Primary !March 4th-.
.
\ 11111" I'artv In the ( 11\ of Kl -
,lnim..p hereby rail. nnrt provide for Dated Jnnuary 8th, A THOMAS.48t T> 1916.KOMA .. I will appreciate your vote and sup LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT.LAW
I
holdlno: of a''Vhlte Man'* Primaryelection of Kissimmee
Executor
. .... to he held 'In the fltv of KIM- port. FRED M. ASS.
. Hlmmee 'In .complin..- with tho law Waring Building.
nt the State of Florida. Maid nrlmarv OltUKIt UK I'l IILICATIONla 1
\ to be held durlnir the hours fixed by FOR MARSHAL AND, Capital stock ___ ______________________________$100,000.00 I
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... rlrenlt (Court Ite Tenth Jndlelnl Clrrnlt. -
low Vior the holillnfr of election on Htale of In fef' -- TAX COLLECTOR Resource* over _________________________________ 400,000.00
KlerKa. and
Saturday March 4t'h. 1.111. for the nomination Whenever You Need Oeaer.il Toutu,
of candidate* for.clty elective nreola. Covnitx.. !. Chamrery.If. .
ofrlcea" to be voted for at tho reneralelection Officers and Directors.C Take OrOro's
. to be held In no Id Cltv of R sniow aid T. Kd. Bryaa> e4B"par<* I take this means of announcing The Old Standard Orore'a TaateteM

> }\'il.'tnme. on .Saturday, March Z6th, nr Brran.Cemplalnanta. .dola*; banlsieaa a* Smew Jk my\ candidacy for the office of Marshal A. CARSON. PresL J. M. LEE. Vie Prst chill Tonic U equally valuable asv .,

, a lM .< Klrfiorm.Those shall and Tax Collector of Kissimmee. M. leA 12. 2d Vice Pr *t. General Tonic becauae ft contafau the.wdlkDowDtoaIcpropatAe.ofQUININB.
and only thorn persons,
" : laaTafar Delta. BaUth May neltn. (3e r.rl I this race upOn for- '
tie permitted to vote at, or participate am making my '
In tho manaareinint of. said primary ncltn. "l.mmm MeClellnna. n an ROMA THOMAS, Cashier and IRON. It ecu oath* Liver DriM, ' ;

i election, who .re ...whit electors, who A. .1__._ WlUlan* Braar4 /Sl- mer record of nice in office oat Malaria. Krricbee UM Blood. moA, \'I'.

... <..1.. -4-lar their adherence to the r>rlnclpl __.. BlmB talljaki Inaiiaema.Mary and will and Mi );
appreciate aptbeW"'B
., and ortranlsatloB of''th* Whit V rBlai. Hassa-r_ .....* IC1JI I thetme l .:

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I 'l _'PA.CEI2. 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE "" T FRIDAY, FEBRUARY; 1919.

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ages related 'to live stock production SUSPEND.FOR. CHAUTAUQUA :
'SUNDAY I
TELLS HOWCOMMITTEEI and kindred subjects. 505 of these SCHOOLASSNII [ '

; packages covered general questions j All public meetings in the city .as


VIEWS "AESOL UTIONS"I j contained of agriculture 13, !and 50 pieces horticulture.of mail. These.matter ; I, HELD MEETING HERE or far postponed as possible, .from'should Wednesday be! suspended to, A '.Distinctive Reason' '


'" Saturday "to give the right of way for
I
covering a little more than 30- I ,
J. S. SMITH MEMBER STATE EXECUTIVE .. 1. the Winter Chautauqua and Artist
,
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The Sunday school' meeting last
I (000) subjects. I \\1, -' What !is the chjgf! reason for the superiority
COMMITTEEFROM i Festival at the High School Auditori ,
i Of the 1,550 packages above referred Sunday' the Christian church beginning I i i'urn. ., f

CLAY COUNTY' WRITES:; LET ,, to .362, packages' aggregating, 3- at, 3 o'clock waa a pionounc.ed, This fine progiamwlll be help of Royal Baking Powder?. '

TER' TO .GAZETTE FAVORS :I sUC'e'8; ful'' to everybody and ought to be well '
1
258 pieces relating live stock pos- There are several good reasons, but there
'1 '
VOTE:{ PRIMARY., I Uibilitics in FI I"cJa'were mailed direct TJie niuslp was 'Jed by the orchestra; :I sustained. '
is which from other .
to{ persons who will bo present at the of the Methodist Sunday school' led' one distinguishes Royal t
: '
J. S. Smith, ember of the St.at (, Tampa, convention. These peoplealone 1 I hy; Mr. Smith, with. .Miss! Helen Bass KU'NG PEOJ>I.I;; DAY baking powders. -1:

Democratic '/Executive: ( Committee leprcRent 24 States of the union\ I at ''the organ. j -SUlIlay'; wilt'bYn;; ; People'Hay should :
This which
from Clay Bounty ban sent the follow The linpoitnr.ro' and value of dis- ; reason, every woman
unel one South .Anveiicun! country., I At the riesbyleriart chuich. The evti-; 'f:1
letter: to the) Valley] Gazette : I tiict ond know is that Baking Powder is made
ing: t I I be'lie-ve this will be! th? gYrntost county Ileetlnlt's'IIS ably jag hour beginning at 7 o'clock will : Royal ,

Green Co\e Spiiijgs' Fbi, ,. : convention\ evei held in this .State.jWhcn ', discussed; by 3, L, O\erstieot" )Ir, l Io e u*
Jan. ::11. I IIHJ;. I Ovei) tteet, has an eAsy, dignified/ \
I lhpe ,hul\"l'd" of people sees"jWhat and a fieueial, invitation is heing extended I 4I
Editor .Valley. Gazette, I\il'> i'fnmie' , I pose, '11 "pttlltlid'oil'e., and commandsleadv ( grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin.
to. the ;
I Flotida !has to offer the farmer public' especially those I w. . I' 'to...:
Fill i i and stoe-k miner' i it will I not be lonlt'? I i language/ and should become an interested. l in youngpeople. to attain]I it means natural:<>Q as distinguisnea irom -t1:
: Dear Sir: F'erthc, benefit, erf tIInterested ,; .
: when} mam' millions of dollars: | will be I I effective speake-r. > tin.. "ervice. mineral substitutes used! in other baking :
as to how the membeis of! I The Inteinntinhal Sunday; School
I iinc-stc'd' in these induhtiioi.Vo .
the SU (t.. /Dejmocintic Executive Committee /' _sMiriation us an economical agency powders.
county in 1'lm'ida stand< 01.1) the resolution paused | for t he"advaueoiiicMit \pf: nil .Sunday GAZETTE DOING GOOD '
t be 'well I lepiesc-nted tit the Taniniiconvention. ) There: is no alum nor phosphate in Royal
by the State Conuinttec'! in .lad,- '! t-ehool inteioMKVUN', discussed", by Ir, .

sonville on January' nth.. ami oth<.i', i i I \\', 1 l.! Withirppocm.! WORK OUT KANSAS Baking Powder. 'I'IA

wise known a
: t lion, I beg to give you the following) I I fruitful, l.il.eiiv] rather than a -- - A '

I information. OVER $700.00 IS Ihoiiii-e"' of getting ,"wlfifch gauis, wasdistuned A. S. :Velsqn: / of Kissimmee, who Is ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. ..

t 51 The numbers) who have \Wiiitten, me .. by SY. I I.u\\-er., ,IIOW. spending some lime in Salina New York {

i that they are in favor of rtl'temding RAISED SMOKER .. The tnlei 1 >national woilt hors not ox- and (1th) .'r" points i in Kansas writes as
]:
: the Stuikie resolution lire 'no. / .follows: ; i i.l.t nor seek !Suppi'nt for its own follows :

t Cone of Baker Di.ike) of lliowanl ake'' dentlemen; : I frequently see a .
f : .'; lull in oiclii I- that it may aid -- ----- -- - -- --- --- - --
Futch of Hmdfoid rittnklin of ( .tl- 'Jontlnuiel I Tiei'ii I K. I ) i "ipv of jour excellent I paper I in Kan-
\ : pa the -ihool-f)I 1 tij mure" ufTcitixe I woik I HOGS Just suppose/ that Germany should .

I houn Dnmp) of ('it rug H.ne of (Coltun dJIc. ', \ hn -u.i homos jinvl it is doing splendid
; i ..1,1 \\ a.- eliM \\i-cil) : \ \ 1. ( I "--- win in this conflict and should then
lua Itutt of nIIIlt'I.KI. lined of wnik" in iiiteii-siing people in our {
; i holm.
; Editor Gazette to the United, States "Now
Valley : say :
1It.d, i f..i r.uii you
: .
J.ulvt'ullol: ; le of Manuteo, ; I ItimliMi: <1 of '1 1'l lip, ', of "(1'1.. )". .lust now this part of
) compile) oitramtion' : th
I (Cilizl'n BlIk, : I ,:!.;. ::::2 1 ( i I want to say a few words about I pay us two bilion' dollais indemnity,
\1 I th.' I iiith; lovircd with
Lie, S.itils of :Nassau : licik! oi" 1 1'ut- ';I'I'O'1t' 11011.1 .: .. :!!-, :2;; MlllJ' \ M llool \\',1)1'( \ | 1 I .' ,; r i is a carl hot1 I haven't seen but four good 'for you furnished t the allies 'with arms
i nf and I
i
nim ; Hunt, of SiimU; "i': HIllman, of I E.: I.. .,,, ,)' : .. :!', .', 1 :\ ,I I. Holt, l T' suo\v;, t meiiury is fiom lio .rin i I'l'Micla' '\ two of them not,'th of 1 and! ammunition, whuh wi.is a violation -
1 | ba.
1'1"I t tu el-glees 'e I People aie
(;ilh- of V"ltol1Iith: of
Sownn"l' ; I.. II. Ingrain, _ '1" :! ]1ii.. -I hlintV" Tl Join''. j pi"mdedIII t 10\\( II 1 on the (aria :Mi.I Fnpp lives on, : of neutmlitv, and had you not
.tl I .MI' I"I'!] iaUn.il i ue, I U: to I 14 inches
C of I I i I' '
lav I I'liiue lei nuncio.ioo
; ) \ L, .'\. hamilton .. .:: .. :1. :! "i-il, i"I:t'-l 1 xJK.,l"-l.,ll lilb; fly J pl.ll'tlCVlI\ 1C'I" , and, t\vo !.I I miles lu'lou, J I.akel.in l ,I""e so, we v\ouli,| have-, settled this
I I. lni' j
(; .1 le of I TIL: ile sis I he is I opposei) ill .1. F. ( )I'\'l'/'Y\; I 1" :!'I :! ,, :,,III! 1S! tl I h i l01lL'lli| ,III I till plo'l.im' lll.lk, .1 : ia, cleat ho stale pcipuUil ) TI In I,,' \' \\Vie' tin1 t it'd I Uuioc I . I haven't t h'ng, long/ agu"
I h\ J.d oplo
":\lial1li : ) i p w nip ho'-pit-
Mctiopoli) flu: yan It.zilty( CU, _ 'J" :25 :2.! j i ,,ir -i'MIC nio-i( inttK-ti'ir. "ir>oit, seen .1 (rood I hrtf, | on the lange. not hi i iI HIT 'I hen mi i (;ifinians I in : inc rica to-
M of minole .1'i 1 li' .1"il l Iinol 1':1': t j Jin': me dear" old
: Lauirhlin wants another .1. L. On.1) i'eet' . I" 2:, :!;. '- 0111'" 1 I 111. -t! ill' ( I l\] I I tl i iOscEOLAExIIBhT..". I. with htr I but the onlrj.iiN' .az..d'a'I l Is. vvhithin.ike i ii.iv. claiming to be United, States ('it-
of committee )ii.ni "e I! delightful-
meeting \ ( I..,' 1:1 : .1 'IK,tu'e of built\ log up a potato ' i/enH who think that that would lit? u
Katon of IcHVison. i '' : I Id"" f o. :: :! :2: -- --- -- , : ', h''I'i f"lIit. .u:,il down s. I'mi pi
I vv.nting t to
; asceitain .' jiati h and looting1 th'lI1111 till just ch ,maud" !. \\li.-it would! the answerIn1'
I Ilan'i.'an .\ltll"\\' :: :2. :! .
wishes of h's i i l ing' : hi" 11 with a list of 'nain: : s ()fu'I
j li of! Madison l ( OiiMituentH.Kowe I thinks I it'Milu- C. 'v.val.I. .1: .. ..: ., :!;, ; AT :,I- \\ lin v\ ill I 11pleaded, to n-ail. tluv:' get tii.iitill.) I. I taut blame tlivm ? "1 1'ji.v' or lirlit"( would be the ultimatum -

C. \\" (;'iflin, :: .iII '. :!.', for thi-ie, i- ncitlHiig mitsnle for tin'in, I i Thi"I is u M-IIOUS situitionand )
tion should hive be killed withdiawii. d'' P'l'Hllnpiny' ' _
: 1-1 or .. .'. .. I tbeli i looks tell it and tlule (sent bill alfcits! IMIV iit.ni. and I so s'1 i
Hoes not think it .. tiilt1' Lane! rH, :: :1 :2!., SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR I , : tn s.t.ou all,]] in a f.\\, divs, ions
: ciusm aI1tih .1. ,1. 1,1' ._ I ::', l lew femes, , (thaI: \\ill tutu llnni" tinpotato I is it. I thai inn ( bicf Psiniitive: hassj
You,"
1
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,d ltnHlr, asclimii'ddrady : -I|11..1'.1.\] |
.J. I. TII": -; ('1' .i I ..'.-, ..: . : tiibls, .Jioit 'I'In'ir ue, ,s"-i. "i'n, the iiccissi\' of taking I hettinlp.
(; thinks c'itiin section 1 miirlit 11.I ' I I ( -I.I, I ..11111'1 ll LIl 1! lol,' till _\. S. :NP-ISN.1 : ; .
..1.V./ '1'11"1'; '; 2-: ; ..: -. the old bog: \Mtli Iniglit' littel, ofvou'ig Put a liackboiH1) ) into >our
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-: ; I 1.-i t "Ida I 1. ., t
r well have been omitted I )toes not ' 'ut'i "i 111 Ht I.imp.i: next ----- --
( in f -\\' v\e('is I tiny ;11'"- i-f alld] ilemand 1 notion,
:a < :
TiehiiIrpk I :' ( ". :: :1S1ati ::;, pigs piesentalives
iK slii :Mon "'r(11'1 I Is; 1 il I\ I E;
think it for committee to \\a- ']'pnl t to I l.urp.i; mi : STOC'lH1ET( :
neieshiuv
f.; .
BanI. :: :2 :2! l pooi iiiid st.nving in u f.w nioiweeks ',' \\:hid.111 n, 'an a continued, propiity '-
reconvene and! explain since explanation d"y ;onip.iiiu it l ,li\ I:. i E.: KMtns: l.'l:( l.\ I. I RKI'OKI: (
j \I. I\ulz _ :: :2I !;, :!,; -ountf.iim diiiKinti.itoiMi about half of them an dead, -- 'l'.n gicitei" piospenty and,
'. of Chan Raney.Okaloosa ( ( "
I 1I'I1IT I Ila1')1I'1' _ :: :2 2;; 'l'hilooks to me be wiong and !sinful it will I iiisuie jitait-, I Flol'ldl1 (;i u-er.
I will I'le.t' I'ommitteem.in' ) : Kvans spent this I wnk! I in Tampa :National Stock Yaids, III:,,,
Sou. : Co .::1" ;. to treat them that May Why not ,
2!
E"pJ'l'ss : :2
opposed, Has no regular committeeman iiiianjci'Hr t the exhibit and expect1to l"e-l, 1 I. lU! !<-i. -- --
I \ at this time I W A, :l1'Cool L.I": :!.i 2., have a fine: tii-.pla\" lomlv! for the ( .itI!le ipctipts( I;;Ti0. Thi' maiketo.uh keep them up Ulllf.d\ them iu"d\ SOUR ACID STOMACHS.GASES ,

l I.<. ks.. lee & C, S. C :: :2Kiss. :-. make something out of them insteadof 1 '
From "tellable information so fur : () xisitoijit i lie opening of the fun I i I' 11: to :25 tents ,higher than OR INDIGESTION:
2 TI'I. Cu __ ::1"l :2!:; buying hog wire and' make your
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tod ". a--t v\tfks iloe
1 obtainable there I are now 'J'i:! against ) on grown e-attle, I -
II. C. Stanfo..d. Co.l" neighbor buy wire that dosent owne "
: 2;) :2v ,vlnle-! low-I I
The jiMtlmgb 10 to 15
following: ( committeemen Jaivowritten -- -- are cents ..
& C. c; 1'0 Co,_ .:3! :95; . one pig. When a man comes in and F.arh'"Pape's Diapcpsin" digests 3000 .
.
roMroitr: () \\
Y l'ol\TED( ) : uote
that they arc in favor of the i e <| on today's market as '
I' ( & : looks at a piece of land he has to of food all stomach J'&
"Sturkie" resolution :( j I'nryan PIl'dg'r:1' I ; I ;; j"i.Mow.Linneis: fl.dO( to $4.75; cut- grains ending

II It May _ _ __ .:! 2;) 10 *;3 ,' I figure on hog wire in stead of? orange I in five minutes.I )-
) 2; misery
Ennis, Bay; Smith, Desoto) ; Sale, A noted lectuirr, being once t r to $ >, goOd to choice fat .
,. { C.. F. Parker. ___ __ .1" 10 10 I annoyed trees. It doesn't look right to me I
Levy; Watson, !)rar.ll'e; Rousseau' I bv a noisy paitv in one of theirallcii'S ''oS'i.50: to $(;.:J-f.! ; light bulls $5 to'!
.1. :\1. ]] think we need a hog law in this part
Wj"on i 10 "
I 10 ,.
Palm Beach Stuikie Pasco - -- I W, Iulls $ ,,75 to
; ; Eton, paused in his remarks and > heavy $6.25; light
J.. R. Farmer __ __ 1" 10 10 of the country A SUBSCRIBER. I Time itl In five mInutes an stomach -
I ,
I Polk; Powers Santa Ro n; Fisher! I I'S looking straicJit at the offender! Raid : leers $:5 to $5-10; medium weight ,

'S Volusia; Wells.Vashington.. J. W, Thomp..onl". : 10 10 : "If that man in the WJli i:550 to $1(>,2: ; (ttio;( to 1100 lb. fed ]I i distress will go. No indigestion,

T. L. _ _ __ ::1" 10 10'I preen ,I AIM'ERTISED LETTERSAdvertised heartburn belching of
Curry j sourness or
', The committeemen unheard fl'oma..lI I at the extreme left end! of the lcoot'l' S teeis $i>.25 to $7; yearlings $-S,40 to I I'I

: J. J. Griffin _____. .3"- 10 10 gallery does not stop his noise, :6.45: ; heretics $5.2: to 575. I I gas, acid, or eructations of undigested \

k Holt Duval Reose Escambia F. S. Gilbert ------3 10 10 Hog 7200. 1100 direct list for the two weeks : food, no dizziness, bloating, ,foul
; ; b I e obliged to call the attention of the receipts to | |
Love, Gadsden; McCall, Hamilton; Cupt. Clay Johnson 1" 10 10 audience to him" he packers. The market opened' ending February 14, 1916. I breath or headache.Papers I
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Lewis Jackson Stewart J. W. Prentis -----3 10 10 It low and 5e lower $8.20,1ulk I Bass, Lewis;. Call, C. D.; Devis,
: Lafayette; I And now comes the "Civic blanch: early top Dlapepsin is noted for jts

Myers, Leon;' Roberts, Liberty; Wal- I J. C. Cadel --------3 5 5 of the KissimmeeVonian's.club; ," and IJ, of the good hogs selling. on the Miss Margaret; Hunt, 'Mrs. Emma; j speed In regulating upset stomachs.

J. w. Simpson .... ...3 Knight, Shep (Spe.. Del.) ; Lang, Miss r : V:
pole Manatee Duval Marion Filler e ally market at-$8to $8i5but:
; ; r 1 in meeting assernbled1.says: "If certairf.untidy -, ; thej \ I It is the surest; quickest stomach 'z:! : r
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!' Willie LewIsWill/ ? jVLiddon.vM.J\o 4OV;
:
Munroe Stanford, Os .eola.lIarrison ite market' was.10 to 15 cents'lower.1'ith ,! !
; ; In this .I'' j
rot the. hole ,
city world and
spots are [cdy.in v besidthlt
.
Pine lal; 'Lynn, St. John; Brown,. St [lanePup.we1wi)1.beobligedt: ) call .V ]'good hogl, GOj Ib:;' ndjup 18'll BeVFyfJiJ 'fJ Rints;1! qJ.Serle} : r4AIa: I ,| Is harmles-,, " rlltran'l) ..nd. I to Tltomach
: < rla l Precila??Smith F
; f Sheppard.WMrs ,
Lucie; J3laiTaylorPageWiikiIlti'The \" thttntioni'orth1wholt;r town to t I I"g1'att$7.85rter$8,latl 7close".WpjJ! trouble forever by getting a large...

Chairman,' iran: Geo'."'1':*'Raney- ? the 1.1. 21;,. .I"''''---.' 12O to lf!;0 -Hi. "i"a',.. Miss Dora; Williams, Will; William,
thereof .
owners ----- --- - --- -- -- -
fifty-cent case of Tape's Diapepsin
was recently signified Ms willingness I $710 I $(?.75 to $7.[DO; ; lighter pigs'' $5.75 to'' Ethel: Mae; Williams] J, 1Witt'he:; \,
from drug sto. '. You realize in
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any
r .
to call another meeting provided a After the fund had been raised. the '!ill.75; ; rough; hogs sold at $725 to F:rnl'S t. '
I five minutes how neediest: it is to suffer -
: LOCALTEMS, I!. B. Simpson
majority of the members of the committee !speech-making was resumed and J. T.O'lUuy $7.50. I -

I that o'f I Postmaster. from indigjslion, dyspet or' my
so request. The matter is nowupto urged the board trade --- - .
stomach disorder. It'tno
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the individual (committeemenand make a concerted and planned elfol.t'ure )
Carson Farmer )business I I Tippet shouldercapes of velvet are
was a visitor surest and most harrnleis ftu-iiaVh:
their constituents. to ,,< ( industrial plants. lie fashioned features
I suggested to KenansMlIe last Friday Easy to Take among; the style '
: I tl.cto'' in the world.
The secretary infoj'ms me that the tannery and shoe factory levivedClassified. .

p -when this resolution passed there was I ida and asked that the organization I. M Lamer, of Campbell, was I -: - -_- -_-_ _-_-_-_- ---- -- -- -------- ------ -.- \.

:, I either 35 or ;SR-members present begin work on a plan of this sort at ,among the prominent visitors in tlv No Pain ,(-<.....-<-".- oXo.---x---: = .:-:..;..:- :.<<--:--;..:-:- :-:-:-:-:--...:-:-:-:-:-:- ..:-;..:-:- :..:..:-:-:-:-> .
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There was no Aye a/id Nay vote on onie. I city Monday, .

i the resolution recorded Considerable discussion arose over '
II I Mrs :M. M. Miller and children visited i Advertisements 1.
I& It is now absolutely necessary that the matter of asking the St. Cloud people AcheIt 1

I. committeemen who desire another to reconsider then plan for a sep' relatives at Shingle Creek this .
week. j.OOGloo j.
meeting write Hem Geo. P. Raney arate road district and a committee
..tttttO+Ooo++..+'c'++4 : "":" =--.x- +++.i. .1
Tampa, Fla., without further delay. composed: of C A. Carson, J. M. Leo C. D. Carroll arrived in the city this "

I am in-favor of submitting articles and J. W. Tucker went to St. Cloud from Ga. is no longer necessary to bear DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway." ,I'
morning Fitzgerald, to
4 and 5to the unable I the weakening sickness and terrible Tiller. 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat .t
White Democrats of Thursday, but was to get any spend a few days looking after !his ;

: .this state at the Primary June 6th. action. on an arrangement to call off interests here. Mr. Carroll is a member -I nausea that always follows a dose of: :I WANTED-To hear from owner of completeily equipped for cruising. .

.. Yours very truly, the separate road district, plan and : of the turpentine firm of McLean calomel. farm or unimproved land for sale. Will sell cheap for cash, or trade.. for''

z ;, J, S. SMITH. rfkll a county-wide bond election.A & Carroll, of this county, but has LIV-VER-LAX cleanses the torpid H. L. Downing, 178 Palace Bldg, See or jivrite W. W. Saunders, 316

Member. State Democratic Executive committee composed of J. S. Ca- been living at Fitzgerald the past liver, and livens up the whole system Minneapolis Minn. 6-4t Mabbette. St., Kissimmee. tf .

Committee, Clay Co. del, Judge G. F. Kribbs and Lee Jar year, where he is engaged! in farmingon by ridding it of the, cloging poisons.Yet ?
it works so gently and pleasantlythat modern BOARDERS-For rooms and boardor
rell was named to prepare a petition a large scale. FOR RENT-Six room cottage .f

asking the county commissioners! to you hardly know you've. taken it. close in; $12 per month., E meals, apply to Mrs. M. A. Clark, ::1

GOOD PROGRAM READY call]] an election in commissioners' districts -. Fire of unknown origin destroyedthe LIV-VER-LAX being purely vegetable E. Wells Real Estate and Insur. 216 Verona St. 6.2tpd
ance. 104 Possiel A VI'. (The Inn) .
\ Nos. 1 and 2 for the purpose of two-story frame building, owned is absolutely harmless, and does ._ STALLldTj )'

FOR CATTLEMEN creating a separate road district of by Jess McNeill, colored, located on I not tear up the system like calomel. TOMATO PLANTS FOR COLT SERVICE"f

I this section and the voting of bondsto Bass street in North Kissimmee, And it's guaranteed to be satisfactoryor FOR SALE-Five million Living Strong, intelligent, "

build hard-surfaced roads to the about 1:45: this morning, A small the drSjggist' will return your mon- ston's Globe Tomato Plants from condition. Money refunded if no "!
(Continued from 1) best seed grown on new land; price colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf \\1
page house For sale at 50c and $1 at Osceola
nearby also ey.
Polk county line, to Shingle Creek, to negro was destroyed $1.25 per thousand. J. R. Davis, r

1 with one hundr.ed letters addressed to Milliard's Island, and to join the. St. The fire department was called! Pharmacy. Bartow, Fla. 4-Gtpd FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For

I the various stock (cattle) exchanges, Cloud road at the canal. The chair- out and did good work in preventingthe pasture landsfift;/ acres in '1

L individuals and companies, and to the man of the meeting was authorizedto spread of the flames in the high NOTICE FOR SALE Olt TRADE for horse and immee, well located Address Kiss,1'Box '.4,1'' ,

stock journals, in which letter was have these petitions circulated.for! wind which' was blwoing at that time. wagon, one 2 cy. Buick In good I 245,* Wauchula, Fla. 6-7t "

set forth the advantages of Florida as signatures. To the Property Owner of Osceola I condition Rood tires ; must sell or ,

and stork :Miss Abbie Libby who had been a County: trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O )
an agricultural raisingState. W B. Harris, of the Valley Gazette, resident or this section of the ..Irill be at the following named Pox 221. Klanlmmpft,. 7tf FOR SALE-A horse, cow, buggy,

I made the statement that was authorized to aid the State Press county precincts on dates given below for saddle and harness farming utensils ;

Florida could easily be made to support Association In selecting a date for the for many years, died last nightat the purpose of receiving tax returnsof TO EXCHANGE I have 1100 acres Mrs G. H. Cassity, Orange

ten million head of cattle on her annual convention which will be., heldin her home near Fish Lake on the both real and personal property. of coal land on the P. R. R., forty Center, Fla.
Creek Precinct No. 2- miles from Pa. which 1 I 7-2tpd ,
road between! Kissimmee and St Shingle Pittsburg, ,
and that the cattle should be
ranges, Kihsimmee this spring. '25th. wish to exchange for Florida
Tuesday, January
Cloud. She 72 of prop- .
was and : FLAT FOR RENT
finished for slaughter at home. That years age Furnished or unfurnished. -
President Stanford !announced that Campbell Precinct No. 3Wednesday. erty, either improved or unimproved -
It, It was a crime to send the cattle from the annual meeting of the board of death resulted from asthma Miss I Januaiy 26th. Will trade all or part. No Apply at the Gazette

: the State to be finished for market. trade would be held next Friday Libby had many friends in Kissimmee I St. Cloud, Precinct No. 4Thursday agents. Address Owner, 1102 Bid- office. f '
who will January 27th. well St., Pittsburgh Pa. 5-4t
regret to learn of her ,
I also stated that live stock of all night, February 11, at the city council death. Funeral services' Crab Grass, Precinct No, 5-Saturday WANTED-Daily Express shipments
kinds could be raised as cheap in Flor- were held at WANTED-Solicitors for city and ,
'
k hall. . I January 29th. o'clock
2 this afternoon
at Rosehill ::
ida a* in any country. in the world, Whittier, Precinct' No. 6-Monday, country work; clean-cut proposition Produce Co., Macon Ga. 6-6t :
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'and I am sure the claim, is not over cemetery. January 31st. high-class business. Call any
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ,
Lokosee Precinct No. 0
Tuesday
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,
'
evening after 5 o'clock 116 Beau- FOR
'drawn. 1 February 1st.Bassenger SALE-Top buggy in O. K. con-
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
4 To impress upon the people of Flor- Precinct No. 7-Thursday mont Ave. 7-1 ditlon. Will sell cheap. For particulars I..pJ
To half add loa.
pint of water
: ida the importance both of this question COUNCILMANI Rum. a email box of Barbo Compound Bay February 3rd,. LOST-A enquire at Gazette office.,, .
dew hammer
t : and the convention as well, the wish to announce my candidacyfor and U os of glycerin, Apply to the. hair Narcoossee, Prp.cinct No. 8-:Monday carpenters 6-2t .'

following- statement of the work of membership on the city council twice a week until It becomes the deelred February 7th. on Broadway between Possiell and __ _ _ _ _ _ '-_
hade. Any druggist call put, this up or Reedy Creek Prjcinct No. 10- Darlington avenue. Finder please FOR SALE OR TRADEAutomobilein
the State Department of Agriculture for the two-year term. I ask the support you can mix It at home at very littleemit. I Tuesday, February 8th.
,1. \!. offered. and votes of my friends. If Full direction for making and u.. come' Kissimmee. Precinct No. 1-All return to J. L Copeland and get good condition. Can be seen at
In each box of Barbo Compound. It will I March. reward. Lupfer A. Prather
t of December elected to this position I promise to through Garage. 47tf
During the ,month gradually darken atreaxed, faded gray f WILLIAM I. BARBER, .'

Ion, there. were '1.560 'packages of give the city of Kissimmee my best .hair,fo'r and falllnc remove hair. dandruff.and will make It la excellent harah' Tax Aicessor Osceola County. FOR SALE-Two motor boat: One Belta are again In favor 'n chU.

!"matter mailed out of the Agricultural efforts! and look after the affairs of hair eoft and clony. It will not color the .-4t 16ft. long and other 20. Enquire dren' coats "

,- Immigration'.DlyJsion.'of thjs D the tax payers to the best of 'my scalp,4a'not sticky. or greasy., and doe not -The fullest coats look best ort the of L. M. William,.' 409 Clay ..t.J There !Is .))1,;
mb off no end to th.
fbr ,
abil-I' uses ,
Of tha'abora, 1,045"pack 'ity. HOWELL 7-2tpd
,. yartmant, ; ,slimmest women. beads this BeaSOD.
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