Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 11, 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: VID00737
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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OSCEOLA WINS Another, Gazette W. J. BRYAN TO' BOARD .OF. TRADE ANNUAL SESSION ROAD DISTRICT ::1


"Ad"'Gets ResultsProf. WILL BE HELD TONIGHT AT 7:30: '

LECTURE HERE'MONDAY ELECTION IS
MANY PRIZES, \.
C. ;S. Shoemaker, headof -- .

1 the Jacksonville Barber Col- The annual meeting of, the Kissim-I a petition and secure the necessary
lege.as in Kisoimmee this I I moo Board of Trade will be held at
signatures so that it can be. acted CALLED
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AT TAMPA week. and he took occasion( to the city council chamber tonight at upon at this adjourned'session.. 4
call at the Gazette office, where 7:30.:: Every business man in the ,
he stated that "it c/frtcinly/ Word has been received that Field -
1 pays city and' all members should attend.
EXHIBIT OF COUNTY AT SOUTH I to advertise in your paper.". PEERLESS ORATOR AND 'ADVOCATE Especially;: Is it desired that those who Secretary :Gilbrcath; of the Dixie FREEHOLDERS' OF THIRD COM

FLORIDA FAIR IS AWARDED "About two weeks agohe OF PEACE FOR THE contributed to the fund raised at the Highway Association, was delayed by MISSIONER'S DISTRICT IN' (
i said "I had the Montgomery .luncheon last week bo in attendance. bad roams in South Georgia and North '
TWENTY-TWO FIRST PREMI-i' WORLD' WILL GIVE ADDRESS CLUDING ST. CLOUD> TO VOTE
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Advertising
Company 'insert a Officers for the ensuing year will 'Florid and will not arrive until Monday -
UMS, TEN SECONDS, THREE smalltwoinch\ ad in your paper UNDER AUSPICES OF W. C. T. be elected and plans laid' for theyear's plans; for his entertainment whilein ON ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT . I

THIRDS AND TWO WORTHY' which cost me 40 cents. U. AT HIGH SCHOOL MONDAf work. I the city and for the forming of a AND 1150,000 BOND ISSUE <

MENTIONS BY JUDGES. I Directly UE a result of that ad NIGHT. The matter of creating a separate county Dixie! Highway council will be ON MARCH _11TH. "
two students from your county -- road and bridge district in this sectionof brought before the meeting. ,
i entered our school. If .every I the county will also come up andas Two more memberships were repotted

PREPARE FuFoRLANDO : ad I inserted. produced results SUBJECT NOT. GIVENEXACT the county commisioners have adjourned during the week, being! the OTHER DISTRICT PLANS
like that I would be forced to their meeting until February.19th Cole Jewelry company, $15 paid, and 1
--- I I lease the largest: building in plans will be made circulate( JJ. C. Miller, $10 paid. .
(;<>O1) EXHIBIT i PROMISE HUT I Jacksonville to house my TOPIC TO BE DISCUSSED COMMITTEE FROM; BOARD OF
COMMITTEE\ COULD USE CON- school." BY :NOTED COMMONER\ \ NOT 1 I TRADE ASKS COUNTY BOARDTO
WElunLuOIm: CITRUS KNOWN BUT HE HAS BEEN ADJOURN UNTIL FEBRUARY -
r Ill'ITS AM) VEGETABLES. REQUESTED TO TALK ON VISITOR SAYS MEAT PACKING 'HOUSE I9TH TO ALLOW TIME FOR

WHICH PEOPLE;: ARE URGEDTO SOME; NATIONAL ISSUE.: PREPARING PETITION FOR ANOTHER ;

SEND:" IN BEFORE SATUR1 KISSIMMEE BAND GETS ...WHICH IS MORE THAN LIKELYTO SHOULD BE BUILT HERE AT ONCE SEPARATE ROAD DISTRICT -
1 \Y AFTERNOON LIVESTOCK BE THAT OF PEACE AND IN THIS SECTION OF

TO BE SHIPPED MONDAY.:" I'H PAUEDNESS. COUNTY.
I I PRAISE AT BIG FAIRLOCAL I --

--- W. R. Tucker, industrial and agricultural packing house was the means of keep-
O-ceola county should feel proud.of William Jennings Bryan, the peer- Qualified freeholders of the Third!
agent of the A. B. & A. rail in Moultrie
the record made by its exhibit at the MUSICAL\ ORGANIZATION: less leader aid: great commoner, will whose lines throughout ing things prosperous County Commissioner's District,
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way run
South Florida Fair in Tampa this WINS:" PLAUDITS OF CROWDS visit Kissimmee next Monday. when other cities were suffering from which includes St. Cloud and Narcqps-
Georgia, was a visitor in the city this
i week. Despite the fact that it was AND SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR This fact should be sufficient to week, having stopped off to' see his the financial: depression brought on see, will vote March 11th on the pe-
ASSOCIATION IN TAMI'A ON create interest throughout Osceola tition to form a separate road district
late before plans were made for this old friend, C. H. Funk. Mr. Tuckerwas by the low price of cotton.
exhibit, announcement was made on VISIT THERE WEDNESDAY.The county, where Mr. Bryan is a great and .the issuing of $150,000 in
returning to his work after at- lie says that it is a mistaken idea
ti Wednesday by B. E. Evans, county favorite. bonds to build a hard-surfaced road
t tending the cattle conference held in that a packing house is not needed
farm 'demonstrator, who was in Kissimmee Concert Band car- lie will give a lecture at the High from St. Cloud to the Brevard county
Tampa ana was impressed with all until the meat to be packed is raisedin
3 charge of the exhibit, that the judges ried off honors at the Tampa fair on School auditorium Monday night beginning that he had heard there. large enough quantities. "Build line there to join the road to the
Wednesday, when they appeared at 7:45: o'clock under the auspices East Coast at Melbourne.The .
had awarded to the various products "
lie declared that Kissimmee has an your packing house, he said "and
exhibited, twentj'-two first premiums, there in several concerts and in the of the W. C. T. U. What Mr. election call was issued by the
opportunity to increase her population give the farmers a market for their
ten seconds, three thirds and two big parade. Awakened by the blow- Bryan's subject will be has not been board of county commissioners at E
and prosperity, if a meat packing hogs and cattle and they will produce
ing of the big whistle at the electric definitely announced, although the 1 their meeting held yesterday. ,
worthy mentions. The grapefruit exhibited house is built here. He cited the them when the market is created." ,
ti by Osceola county lacked but light plant the boys of the band accompanied committee in charge has requestedhim results obtained by the erection of Mr. Tucker said that he would beIo.d Besides this road plan the county
two points on the'score sheets of the by a large quota of Kis- to speak upon one of the live national commissioners also heard a committee
such a plant at Moultrie, Ga., wherehe to come to Kissimmee at any "
judges of winning the blue ribbon I simmee citizens left the city aboardthe I issues of the day. From this said the packing house has brought time and talk to the citizens here in from the board of trade of Kis- ;
for the fair in competition with fruits early morning train. From the request it is more than likely that he prosperity and increased populationfrom regard to how the packing house was simmee and granted its request of adjourning ,
from every section of the citrus belt. I time of their arrival in Tampa until will choose for his subject somethingin the session until February19th
I less than 4000 to over 6000 in built at Moultrie and what success it
The results of tine Tampa fair thus I they left Wednesday evening they relation to "Peace and Predared- less than two years. lie said that the had attained. to give an opportunity for the '
far with some judging yet to be were the subject of praise both from ness." J people of this section of the countyto
,j ha, encouraged the dOnl"j the. large crowds and the officials of It is not necessary to go into de- prepare arid .submit a petition for

charge of the Orange County Five the fair association. In fact, one officer tails regarding\ Bryan, whose pub- another seperate road district, which "
County Fair exhibit to believe that of the fair stated that if the lic career is well-known in Kissimmeeand CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAMS PROVE TO plans the building of 'a road to the

honors will be carried off there. The band is still in existence next year Osceola county. It is expectedthat Polk county line and to other pointsIn 1
committee still needs n few more display that it will be given a contract to play a large audience will hear him. this part of the county. It is the
of citrus fruit and vegetablesand all during the fair. Admission for adults will be 60 cents, BE ENTERTAINING TO THE PUBLIC plan to vote $2 OOOO in bonds in this'
Speaking of the bund the Tampa children will be admitted for 25 cents. (
urges the growers to come for- d'strict, the limits of which are yet
Tribune said Tickets are on sale at the Palace drug
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ward at once as the exhibit will positively to be decided upon.
bo shippeJ to Orlando on Sat- Kirtsimmee Band in; Line. I store. I The Winter Chautauqua and Artist the best organization of this. character Attorney Pat Johnston addressed

urday afternoon (tomorrow). Kum- Another surprise sprung on the Festival being given this weekat ever heard here. tho board' on the subject of tho naming
qoats and small fruit with leaves left crowd was the Kissimmee Cornet WINTER HAVEN WINSIN the High School auditorium is pro Thursday njght that eloquent; blind of a cattle inspector for the Rosa.
Band which was not on for of attractions which Thomas P. Gore of 'Oklahoma '
on the stems are especially'< requested program viding'a list are senator lie country. He.stated that a gate
in order to lend color to the exhibit. an appearance during the fvir. This worth many times the admission fee delivered an address against pre had been placed so as to control cat-
A. E..Thomas, who in 'ookln// after organization clad in red uniforms BASKETBALL GAME charged and a large' number of Kis. paredness. His appeal was' eloquentand tlo crossing the river into Polk coun-

(Continued on Page 12)) and making'mllsl of.the highest classwasildl4applnuded4iThe simmeo people? ,are" ,taking,advantage ! filled\ 1 with 1 \!sound! ;! logic.: His.: argumonts'were'cdnvincinfj'and (Continued on Page 12)
I .. ....._ -uuoud" presence I LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL TEAM of the'opportunity{toihear'artiet 'tof he was --. .
I of this band showed conclusively the LOSES CONTEST THERE BY the first rank. loudly cheered at frequent intervals.

SCHOOLS TO STOP FOR fact that Kissimmee is in line with I II SCORE Q.... 32 TO 14-WILLMEET Good sized audiences have been the I The chautauqua deserves success ( GLOBE TROTTERS'PAY
i I the other towns and cities of this section ( \ 1'111'11IPS'> HERE and the remaining numbers should be
rule and satisfaction has been expressed ;
OSCEOLA DAY AT FAIRFRII.1Y. I of the sUitc' in the movement I SATURDAY. I| by all who attended. The ,I well patronized. 'Tickets may be I VISIT TO SEMINOLESJOS.
which has its the all the
as object furthering I bought at drug stores at 35
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Chautauqua opened Wednesday afternoon -
-- -- (of the interests of nil municipalities I The Winter Haven High School five I conts for each number. The program 'I'
FEBRUARY 18 IS DECLARED with the Mozart Quintette, an ELKINTON
( AND M. K. SNIF-
individuals of South .
|and Florida.On defeated the Kissimmee High School for today and tomorrow is as fol
ENEK\L; HOLIDAY: organization of musicians, whp possess FEN: OF I>IIILADELPIII S.. WHO
i Tuesday evening before theirtlepnituie team by a score of :32 to 14 in the lows:
FOR TEACHERS AND:" .PUPILS for the I I rare ability and who appear in HAVE TRAVELLED IN MANY J
bund bo'sII.uve
Tampa, basketball game played at Winter February 11.
ALL OVER THE COUNTY:" WHO I costumes of the Louis XV period.
PARTS OF WORLD. GO TO EVERGLADES
I the home people a view of themselves |I Haven last Friday. The game was 2:45 p. m.-Full concert and entertainment -
;MAY ATTEND:" ORLANDO: FAIR. (-Every: member 'of the company is a ACCOMPANIED BY ;
dressed in their new uniformsof hotly contested, but the locals were closing with the dramatic
I talented musician and their selections
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trimmed in black and gold. I I "A Marital J. M. WILLSON JR.
maroon outplayed in the latter part of the wellchosen.At presentation: Difficulty.
In order that the teachers and pu- They marched through the streets and contest and went down in defeat. were The Gilbert Shorter Players. I
pils of the schools of the schools all played several concerts. Their appearance The next game of the season will the afternoon performance the I 7:45 p. m.-Prelude concert, The J. M. Willson Jr., of Kissimmee in
over Osceola county may have the was natty and their music be played here at the baseball park school children of the city were the Shorter Players. company with Messrs. Jos. Elkinton

, opportunity to attend the Five-Coun- excellent.. next Saturday afternoon, starting at guests of the Chau8uqua.association\ 8:30: p. m.-Ray Newton the mysti- and M. K. Sniffen, of Philadelphia,
ty Fair at Orlando on Osceola county The members of the band who 3:30: o'clock. A large attendance of and the little -ones enjoyed this musi- 'fier, in an unusual presentation of left Saturday for a trip across the .

day the county school board has declared I made the trip to Tampa were as fol. local people is urged in order to give cal program. magic, music and mirth.February Everglades and especially will they .}f
Friday, February 18th, a gen lows: encouragement to the boys. They The Quintette appeared again at 12. make a point'to visit each Seminole

eral holiday. There will be no ses- Prof. A. R. Marks, leader; W. A. have been training hard this week and the performance on Wednesday even- 2:45: p. m.-May Shumway Enderly Indian camp.
sions, of the schools in the county on Smith, G. W. Shearouse R. II. Lud- hope to give a better account of themselves ing. Karl Jansen, the Swede from dramatic artist assisted by Angie The party is making the trip in the
f that day and teachers and pupils will lam, W. G. Hankins, Guy Gardner, in this game. the "land of the Midnight Sun," was Belle Battis, pianist featured in interest of the Seminole Indians, and .'
be urged to take advantage of the Murray Overstreet Tony Regero, also' a feature of this program. His "Customs and Costumes of the Euro will make an exhaustive study' of :'.
opportunity to'I''
Florida products on that date. ,J I Roberts, A. E.. Neimeyer, Charles Re- INSANE GIRL FATALLYHURTS warmly applauded by the audience. 7:45: p. m.-Prelude entertainment. much of the Everglade drainage probe

The Kissimmee schools have been'| gero, Jim Woodall, Leon Estey Eddie Thursday afternoon those who at- Miss Enderly and Miss Battis. lem.Mr.
' working faithfully for several weekson | Hansel I. A. S. Smith and Chauncey YOUNG SISTERSuffering I tended the chautauqua were charmed 8:30: p. m.-Dr. P.- Q. Brown, of Willson is well known all overstate 1
exhibits of school work which will Hawthorne. I I with the performance of the Alpine University of Iowa, subject: "The as a friend of the Seminole Indians -

:. be displayed in the Osceola county I Singers and Yodlers, who are clearly Economic Value of Missions. having been 'named by the Seminoles .

section of the fair, and from reports 1 I from insanity, brought on I _ __ ___ Es-ta-had-kee-In-is-shay mean
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I this display promises to be one of the BRYAN WILL SPEAK AT by epileptic fits, Miss Jennie Sullivan, -- ing, "Good white friend to Indians."

# finest of the kind ever shown in Flor i I twenty-five years of age, shot and SERBIAN BENEFIT IS I LIBRARY FEES REDUCED Messrs. Elkinton' and Sniffen, while ,:!
wounded her Miss Hattie
fr ida. ORLANDO FAIR FRIDAYWilliam fatally sister. having traveled all over the world
Sullivan, aged seventeen at the from the Yu: on Valley of Alaska to '
homeof their parents, Mr. and Mrs. WELL ATTENDED HEREThe j TO ONiy $1 PER YEARThe the heart of Chr.a:: expect to add even '4
KISSIMMEE GOLF CLUB Jennings Bryan, the "great Marry A. Sullivan, five miles southof greater spice to their globe-trotting

1 commoner," will be the big attractionat St. Cloud on the Whittier road. fees of the Kissimmee Library experiences in the fastnesses of Flor- \
for the
benefit entertainment
5 NAMES NEW OFFICIALS the Five-County Fair in Orlando The shooting occurred at about 8 ida's morasses, recently named the
next Friday, February 18th, which is o'clock\ Wednesday morning.The war sufferers in Serbia, 'given at the have been reduced" to only $1 per "Least Known Wilderness of Ameri- 1

I also Osceola county day at the fair. elder Sullivan girl had been high school auditorium Friday night, year. This library is kept open ev- ca." ,;

The annual meeting of the Kissimmee With this added attraction it is as- known to be insane for some time, was largely attended and the follow ery day except Sunday from 10 to The party wl100\ conducted by a I
Club company and the KissimmeeGolf sured that there will be a large at- but i( was not thought that she was 112 and from 2 to 5 o'clock. Users of Seminole Indian guides. *
club was held at the clubhouse tendance at the fair from Osceola dangerous until in a sudden fit of rag ing splesdid program was well! render-I I the library may have privileges of the

gof the organizations on Wednesday county and Kissimmee.Mr. she seized a rifle Wednesday morningand ed: Selection by the high use of books for six months for 50 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

t e evening of this week. The club com- Bryan, whatever may have became fired it into her sister's head. : chestra. Song, "Love's Garden of cents. Sunday school N. C. Bryan Supt.,
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pany, which is the owner of the prop- of his silver proposition with Dr. J. D. Chunn, of St. Cloud was ,, Roses,'.' and "Because," K. McPherson. The library has a number of new 9:45 a. m. Carson's organized adult "'

erty re-elected all o'f its officers and which almost the entire south was in called and after examining the young i 1 "A Short Trip Through China," I books, recently put upon its shelves Bible class, 10 a. m. Preaching service -
arrangements were made for the leas- love, is recognized as a gifted "golden girl declared that she could not live. illustrated by L. A. Hamilton. Song, and those in charge earnestly request by the pastor 11 a. m and 7 p. m.
t ing of the property to the Golf club,'' tongued orator,"' and he always has She was alive, however, yesterdayand "Angels Guard Thee," and "Where I that those w o'have books they will Morning subject A- VaIn Religion. "
which in the future will have entire something to talk about. still in the possession of all her My Caravan Has Rested," Miss Jose- donate for its use to do so at once. Evening subject The Fatal Key. Ev.

control of the building and grounds. Besides, he is one of the greatestof faculties. phine Hamilton. Song _"I Hear You ery member is urged to attend. A ;
I The Golf club elected as a board of American citizens, and whether all The elder sister was brought to Kis- Calling Me," and "The Minstrel Boy;' the headquarters in New York which general invitation to all who hay. no 'r ,

directors the following persons: J.t agree with him or not and still many simmee and placed in a cell at the by J. H. Armstrong. Song "Rose in has recently been established for the other church: home, while in Kissim .
-Wade Tucker E. L. Lesley, H. C. do agree with his peace principles, he county jail\\ to prevent any further the Bud" Kenneth McPherson. Song, organized relief work, in this country, mee. Strangers made especially .wel '

Stanford M. Katz P. K. Weaver. R. never fails to draw a great crowd ofhearers ,. outbreak. It is likely that she will "An Irish Love Song," and "His Lul- for Serbians. come.. A. J. Holt, pastor. 1 p
B. Woodham K. McPherson, W. J. S. wherever he chooses to speak. be sent to the Stato Hospital for the laby" Miss Josephine Hamilton. Song. The report of the committee in
'' Carr E. C. Bryan and J. x:. Atwood. The Five County Fair people have Insane. "Absent," and "At the Dawning" J. charge shows that $24 was raised as J. Emory Rash and E.' Hlnkley, itf' a

-Th directors will meet at a dinner done a wise thing in capturing; him The injured girl was taken to the H. Armstrong. Aeompanist, Miss a result of the entertainment, that of Lakeland motored tq Klssimm ,
party to be given at the club Saturday for one of the special days at the fair, Orlando hospital yesterday by Dr. Louis Thomason. Chairman; H. Clay there was only S2 expense and that, Tuesday In the tier's-car and spent
nine* at which time officers will be and without doubt thousands of peo- Hyatt and there may yet be a chance. Stanford. Th proceeds from this $22 has' been forwarded tq the Relief''' t vend hour looking' after.'tmsln/sss.
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named,for the ensuing year. pl. will be attracted Orlando.. for her recovery-. entertainment will be forwarded. ConunUte ,New York.r I Interests bet. -.U' -. .''"I.
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'h. PACE'2. . THE'' KISSIMMEE\ VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY,', .FEBRUARY 11,. 1916.n ..../;

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I 'ITO map who has the flowers and; who delights : OVERRATEDThe "

f : HOLD REVIVAL AT in. having the living enjoy them: ST. CLOUD VETERANS story as told by an old maid ,t

; 80' 1 I, I and their 'sweet fragrance. That'Is I who went into a decline. .j

.Ii UNION CENTER CHURCH Col. S. W. 'Thornton: Last Friday TO DEDICATE HALL What's the matter with you?" 'ffi..

I You Want Your morning while a, neat) anA up-to-date ]I IG. her doctor asked. '"
she sobbed "I've been
blizzard was with us, we received a "Oh. doctor,
i ItJ V. GKOltC.K W. LEWIS OF" ASHtLAND. box of handsome'American Beauty ( A. R. POST OK KISSIMMKK.'; disappointed in ]love," '.
OHIO) ) ; COMING TO UNITKI ANDCITIZENS: ;' GENERALLYCORIIALLY :" : "
roBt-s from Col.! Thornton plucked "Naturally, said the. doctor, ,"Itnever
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Clothes Cleaned'and' > HKKTI1RK.V 1: :=", ClIUKCH! WHEN. : INVITED TO ATTEND
i '' up to expectations."
: from his flower beds at his' home inKissimmee dons come
i. KKKIKS::: OK !MEETINGS)\: ;' ARKCOMPLETKI Florida. They were indeed )) AND TAKE: TART IN THE ....... .. '

) IX='" ,ORLANDO.Rev. CELEBRATION THERE SATURDAY. C----
r.eautiesantl Col
Thornton shall' -
Aig 1> think two
Pressed Free of be graciously remembered for bestowing ear
, George W.: Lewis'', of ''Ashland. them live.js cheaply] as one. Alias Simp. . 1..

f I .. .. J I. Ohio) will ROOOI) dome to Union Centerto upon us. The. veterans of: the G. A. R. at St. kins ?'" '

'I I I < hold a series of 'meetings at the 'loud have Asked the Valley ''Guizblte Miss ''Simpkins -(erly-Yes) Algcrnon. >

., Charge ? United Brethren church there. Rev.Lewis TALLEST MAN PAYS A to issue for them a public; i invitation! I yes! I certainly dot! ?" .

i is now holding a revival! meeting to the Kissimmce (J. (t. R. Post members A Ilel'noll.-lIo\v. sad! And aliI

in Orlando and expects to f fe and the public In gunerul I inKlHHimmee women think they are mentally qualified -
VISIT
TO
KISSIMMEE"Shorty"
ready to open the meetings at Union -to attend the cori.erntone: 1 for the ballot.-.Judge.

Outer in about two weeks. -------- ''uyi-.g and dedication 'of the G.! A. K. .

Any one buying suit from us at twenty dollars or Speaking of Mr. Lewis, his home Clark tallest man In the :Memorial Hall in St.' Cloud, whlch 10 CENT "CASCARETS"
paper.: in Ashland says: ' United! States paid Kjssimmee a visiton will take place there on Saturday t ((tomorrow \- FOR LIVER AND BOWELSCure

k. : more in value, we will clean and press one suit a week Rev. George W; Lewis left Thurs Tuesday to call on local merchants, I ). Everybody\ is invited; to .-- .

for twelve weeks, free of charge. day morning for Florida where he representing a number of houses. ; attend\ and espec!..fly ore the G. A. It. Ri'k' Headache, Constipation,
will foiuluct.n series of evangelistic "Shorty": is seven feet and two inchesin Post members hero urged to visit* the

THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE PALM BEACH meetings at Orlando and. Union Center height and being a commercial "Wonder\ City" on that day. Hiliousness, Sour Stomach Had
l 11, : c-hu'rrh, Kishimmee, he is Brent-Candy Cathartic.
.y traveler a jolly good fellow. The celebration will begin with a ,

CLOTHES. The following letter, in part was lie travels about the country in a parade in the morning at J 10 o'clock. No odds, how bad yolir-liver. stom-

received recently in thin city from W.lcLnin. Kord car and has recently returned Following the parade the coi-iur-Rtonc rich c;>r bowels; how much your headaches

J. :\ cashier. of the National from a trip to the Pacific coast. He laying ceremony will occur. ', how miserable you are from '

i Dank at ('la 'Rvill(', l'n., where Mr. slates that he has driven this same After dinner the coremon'es ,will, constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand : !

We give more value for the money than any other Lewis conducted u series of union car over i,000; miles, awl has visited I bo resumed at 2o'l'I.wk.11, <'n dedicator J Ji I sluggish, dowels-you always get;

meetings : almost every state in the union. services will be held. in the relief with Cnscnicts. They inline'diutcly
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dealer in .
!: I town. It gives me great pleasure to *write i i hall.: The principal; sponger i of tlio J cleanse and regulate the stomach -
II that the i'.ft.'rnoon( will be t' I
evangelistic meetings conducted Washington artlI" -
I MONTANA READERS OF remove the sour, fermenting food
Come in and compare our goods with any other by ]It.. v. G. W. Lewis, of Ashland 1 ', past grand commander of the I and foul gus"cs; take the excess bile

r t merchant in the city, and let us prove to you our statement were eminently successful. G. A R. from the liver aiul\ carry off the constipated -
"Rev. Lewis is terribly in earnest GAZETTE VISIT CITYMR.
waste mutter and poison
is correct. and he has the ability to stir the peo A\ new weave like hop sacking is Intended '
to take the place of gabardine. 10-ccnt box from your druggist will
,
ple. I am sure there were never such
-_ AND !MRS. W. E. MANCHESTER keep your liver and bowels clean;
meetings held in Claysville. The con- Some evening frocks boast the
)DELIGHTED WITH COUNTRY stomach sweet and head clear for
versions were numerous and better dainty caught-up draperies of the
I AND CLIMATE AND SHE Watteau period. months. They work while l you sleep.
still they have been lasting. After
Our Spring Reception SAYS SHE IS NEVER GOING .
the meetings, 'every church received BACK TO BELOW ZERO -- -- ..----
its- share of new members. Many if
WEATHER IN NORTH.
H; Starts February 21st not all the feuds in town some of Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A.- H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. L. Barber. et'y.TroseItr .
them of long duration were changed
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Manchester; of
into friendships and church
every as
Billings, Montana, who were attracted -
> when we will display several hundred suit a whole and the town as a whole felt
,1
to Florida by reading the Valley
the quickening impulse of these meet
': lengths. Gazette, are in Kissimmee to spend
ins and Claysville was made a bet- I
!several weeks. They may decide to
t'' ter place in which to live. The inter-
locate here permanently. They are
est In the meetings continued to the I
''
stopping! .at the Payne home on Emmett -
I'
: I'i very end end the attendance was limIted street. Bryan Realty Company .

i only by the Capacity of the
: Our and Mr. Manchester-called nt the Valley
Cleaning Pressing church building" I Offices on Broadway Kissimmee
: Gazette office this week to thank the ,

paper for its influence in bringing Opposite Graystone Hotel

". i i i Department I NEBRASKA EDITOR IS him here."I .

likea
read your paper something!

\ GIVEN year ago and again this winter,"
FLORIDA ROSES
'; IS THE BEST IN TOWNOliver's he said, "and was so much interested

: j ---- in this section that we thought and Orange Groves, Timber I ands We Pay Taxes for NonresiCattlc '

I ITBLISHKR OF l\ KEARNEY;' NEH.. ila-nned of coming here just as soon Ranches, Country and idrnts and Act I at Owner's 1:

II DEMOCRAT WOt'LDN'T;' BELI :- as we could. We are here now and I Cily Properly Agci Is lor Rrnlal Propi-rty.

SuitatoriamPHONE EVE: IT WAS WARM: HERE want to thank ;you:" for the part you J

I 1 I'NTIL;' liE RECEIVED FINE BOX lad .in bringing us. 1 can hardly re-I -
OK; AMERICAN: ;' BEAl'TIES! FROM alize that this is winter and I .

; I.: 61 COL.. ,\;''InlnS.: S: W. THORNTON. : I (rid 1 myself saying 'what a tine summer I i, I ,

;' this is.: The morning we left'' SUB-TROPICAL

laver, MonUina: the thermometer ,

.. Editor Whvdon, of the Kearney, ,, registered\ l degrees below ;(zero) andit MID-WINTER FAIR AND

''J' Nebraska, Democrat, recently wrote a had been as low as; (fl 1 degrees'' below -

p -.-' comment on the weather and stated ] a few, days before.. .My' wife has EXHIBITION

L t rest home and 'spend. they winterI'if_ hmo, i o he+l, th1z hot ; with the 'alientlin\lovewith.; ( ,,Kissimmee-- and "
READ GAZETTE. AND]::h'/;; I s tf ,"i' 11 r IP that h-*c. tent J he: a''u 4 ha"leelaregT, ( l he "" ['\1, ';, ":\ : Tb rrT lsva 1) s 1' 11Fr.1, .t rl '' ,?'
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hnvi i. ited!, hem \W' locat- ."EXTENDED;' ;;' ; ) CAMPAIGN; sullalt J cvhitcitH for, HfHplnv. at th.. ./
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.4 the Cir/-tle; \ ;.- follow '.: \ IU\CH.: al i,110"1 I rl: 'n! I (Iht Irving) till i i for, <.t: |:i.hni,| ( ;aiot,,! ...1' Na I h',: illr. 'I\;r in., ,1| I I I l\ I I. ( III \111 I I I S.

J 1 : Mr., Kditoi : I t t'' o ti \\ lit ;i'l'1' !i' iii (I li-i, ,,,i,,ill'Ig;l ,! I'jis and,, ) Mi.M I : lol.t,. ,,oi 1u., .. v ( '""p' "r, dough) !

.( Ity your jici nil-: ii"n 1 \\ ::11 ""I' ". yn.n" ELWOOD Lit h :I"d". > .ia\i", Iii llicni( \, ,iilthniigli I tiT" of a:i Mi'i'ipliu-'' inilliDiiiiire: ,bnvi-.1 I . FEBRUARY 15-19

1-cMili-r-.. my': iml') "'''wn' of I 1,1 l InidI, :mad TO LECTURE .j'.1) 1 1 i "1C' :M Id,,, | Idea wl'i'ii' niinr1ikil'| ..ptnt.l' a -toicfoi. ' tin1 -ul. '01' 1916

a 'fcinlly'| ol' yom' city unv) rut I I.\ \\'th tin- bring, i.lso., W" Uiiow..,, a ""I'llI"l.\ Imbi"S'j' Orlando Florida
I it. I I IN KISSIMMEE SOON I ,
I 1
( Jy! nay of tntn"luclin, will 'a1 \' -
I tl'III' I'mMH'si'l, ,': .:. -- -- I -
my lioini1 i in I

S// spat: LaFolfltcSonn1 Tmn. i liolicit: Aillun' l Kluoi\ ( l will appearin 'W'.. .. . .. .. .. .. .. w.. ._."".. ....., .....
Icituie. 'Ki.---inimee. next ,trekfur .
in '> -- '" ', '..' -
!;
r------- : ; :: : :
>-i'\ ('I al l months 11 IK throurlnronnil : h the lust time, anil in the-e lc,e- }17 (.aauro..a..r._=...:...:.. ;..":"' 1.oc..:I.'......,. '.;u..a ..-w.. ;.-::.:;----:-::- .1'
live nf :Mi. A. I. \l.aiif. of f
('ou.'I"Y : ;:
lures i i.s a lare' tri-at( fco nour" pt-ojil' )'' '. Great Auction Sales i I.,
I
a ;your: ,'11:\ 1 uvt\rd. a ropy or i.-itlicr ..
: { ) 1'i'iu.soit of \"
him "I
I several ( njic-i of your |'iiiM'r.| I had..) l/i""t1d -at\ : I .
ulwnv- land aciy favoriililiinii"c\ .]' ,- consider' Ivoln-it. Arthur, > , El wood one III I _........""1 ,I i
of the \ in G J:1I.r. > tr no.R*,x9""" '
gri-atrst sgieakeis America. .
.t
r' ; afll ,
t' slow) of your slattliul( ) r rea'lmtfyoui 1'1 I I u.,. ,
I .Jud .'(' 1'yii: II. l.indsry, of I >cnvt-i I II
;:, ]paper> | for two or I.hl ('" iiioiuh-' I .. 'I
,.: "I just wanted, to Of Lands and Lots at ",. :; : I
r ; I found I that 1 hail! taught the Floriila. "ay e\ir'sv| > my 'I ;'Oat'4If
f'vl"'hid, incri-ii'-ftl, I in'' sovirity.ii'ttinfr i ajipi" ci'iatlon( of your, \\ondciful h.rUn '"
TenmsKi'i1jihy.suian ( ''Itdtllc'd{. ,) Sunshini1.' I wi-h everypreacher I" I!
,. (; no ix-licf from a SANFORD FLORIDA
after, coiiMiltin t my wife, I ( : )teacher, and c-iti/.en in America ; THt UNIVERSAL CAR i'I'
t could hear thilt )lecture. It i, r I'
,
)' wbo; hail :il\say- \ (country we1 made up] our ininiii toFpoiul positively) one of th'* greatest" lecturesF SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th and

,ti the winter he,it1. Hence, we I I have heard in ten teals For dramatic MONDAY' FEBRUARY 21st 1916 I'' The same strong, serviceable Ford ear--but
t < power, fervor eloquence' entertainment I
threshed our oats, lojided ourselves at a l lower price. The Ford! car, which is
for game and l started from, home on t interest and instruction' you Splendid lots in every desirable section of SANFORD. satisfaction
ure I the of man' on the plat giving to more than 1,000,000
)peer any
of 1H! the 4th day January,
Improved and unimproved celery lands.
t form' today" I owners has a record for utility and
Having started atI o'clock\ in., ; economy -
p.
"
t we passed through our, state and i 'I'll.1 Kxa-mincr, of (Ogden] speaking SANFORD. in the heart of the world-famed "Sanford Celery Delta that is worthy of your attention. Two i
of a lecture of the night l cfore> said : Railroad center, and on Lake Monroe and at'head of navigationof
ronsidei-alilo, of (ieorjfia and make
through a 1 part two fourthere wouldn't be
St. Johns River with superior shipping facilities and cheap : so
"Like\ the hUl'lingQf hot lead from
revealed
'1 in night view time, so daylight looking- I the mouth of a galling gut., Robert freight rates is the best place in Florida for real estate investment. .' many Ford cars if they didn't give such .
to our a very poor
piney woods country'shich seemed to I Arthur Klwood, poured out a torrentof SANFORD farmers are making as high as $2,000 per acre on their splendid service.. Prices lower than ever.

('ontinue. until; after" \ had passed' humor pathos and common sense." I celery, lettuce, and other garden' crops this winter. I Runabout 390; Touring Car $440, f, o. b. .

p Jacksonville. However the furtherwe The Daily News, of Newburgh, I Flowing wells furnish unlimited water for irrigation. Detroit. ,

': continued our journey the more I says: "Hubert Arthur Elwood, the i SALES BEGIN EACH DAY AT 10:30 A. M. Get Yours From

. favorably we were impressed with the famous Boardwalk preacher of At- l I
lantic City has lectured timesin BRASS BAND CONCERTSGold LUPFER & PRATHER
country i and by the time we reached : many ;

your city we had about-arrived at the i this city and each one grows better Watch and Other Valuable Souvenirs Given. Away KISSIMMEE FLORIDA "

conclusion that if there was such a and the audience larger. Heis rightly r

.' place as Paradise-which we verily named 'the Apostle of Good Cheer,' EASY TERMS .l

p+ that were in for he cheers all that hear hill(" of
believed there waa- we LET EVPRYBODY COME "
the suburbs of that city. The Daily Sun of Vincennes, says: ,' .

t .' Since our arrival.here we have vis- "At dramatic speaking Robert Arthur THATCHER REALTY CO. (Owner) ,,1 j
Petersburg Pass-a- Elwood is an artist. His word pictures -
ited Tampa, St. "
climaxes and dramatic appealsare SANFORD, FLORIDASales
-. Grille and other places south and
miles east wonderful. lie draws from his Conducted By
west also some 25 among ;
t'e
the lakes and pine" forest; so taking Spanish-American war experiencesmany .,
1 illustration's' that reach home. SOUTHERN AUCTION AND REALTY: C0.|
\\t: ';. ''th* country Sj'togethe..we' are of the ( I '

:.1' .opinion that Florida is the place/for I' The fur-topped collar finishes many' .I I I

*L1'1.; the people- of ''the north'and' east to a one-piece dress." I

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, ltl$. . : J S I IM M E L VALLET GAZETTE ,AGCJL. *
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year. There is ito cessation of growth *.. ...oo..ooo..oo.. o.... pieces, rinse It well; put 2 ounces of layers of macaroni and meat, pouring tl, M

Florida Abounds R ch'and or fattening, due to cold and unfavorable , +. HOME TRIED 'RECiPES *6 butter into, a Are-proof dish, put the gravy and tomatoes over each layer
weather. We have no official data; macaroni in and milk of
o , pour enough meat, sprinkle bread crumb over
'. Feeds Cattle aa to the exact cost of producing beef : ....oooooo..ooooooooooo aCOCOANUT 1 ever it to thoroughly cover it, stirring the top, and bakes until a rich brown. J

Jy: Nutritious For Inn this state, and there' must necessarily MUFFiNSSift it now and then. When three-quarters Allow one pint of tomato and gravyto

be considerable variance :in the cooked Jilt it out, and put into .another each cup of meat.ADVERTISED. i

; : By FRANK ARMSTRONG, inv\' the Florida Metropolis. results, obtained by the different two rounded together two cupfuls of'"flour, dish, seasoning it well with pep .

1 rneth pursued. In Alabama, however, teaspoonfuls. of baking per and salt, and'pour over it half a LETTERS

. -. 1 th*' cost of production there has been powder, ''one teaspoonful' of salt and pint of good i brown gravy; then put it --;..;.. I

Nowhere else in the 'country via. to As mildness of the winters males determined by the Department of Ag onehalt'cupful of sugar. Add one- back Into the' oven again and leaveit Advertised list for the two, weeks

., be fo.und so great a variety ,of cheaply it possible for green food to be supplied riculture: In conjunction witl,the Ala. fourth'cupful of melted lard or butter till cooked. When ready lay poach. ending February 21,. 1910:,

*'' produced, and nutritious feeds as-In from the fields 8,11.the. year; bama Experiment Station.. The' foU ,'one egg:! one-half and cupful of shredded ed eggs on it, sprinkle liberally with Alderman, CJ. L.;' Bryd Mr.; De-

f South' Florida. Here with a bounteQ through,.Jess attention is given to the lowing: is quoted from the.'published Stir cocoanut to one cupful of .milk. Parmesan cheese,'cayenne, pepper and Vault, J. L.J; Dillard, E.; Dowell, Mrs.
smooth batter and
bake in
ous rainfall and a salubrious climate subject of silos and ensilage in this. report of these tests; hot well-buttered a serve. i Julia! Eadie, John; Fernandez, Julian .

P) green pastures are to be had throughout section than elsewhere. Silos certain "Far several years the Bureau of muffin pans, ; .Jackson, Miss Wattle; Taylor,.

f the entire year and the fattening ly are not essential here and it is yet Animal Ind.ustijy: and t.he'Alabama PEANUT-DROP CAKES VIRGINIA. MUFFINS Charlie: Thompson, Miss Maggie;

b: games .grow in extensive variety to be proven that they are profitable. I. Experiment Station have been con- Cream of Sift.two cupfuls of flower with, two Thompson, .R. L.; Watson, Miss Agnes
,end greatest profusion. Many of the But should this follow there will be I I one cupful l sugar with a
ducting experiments to determine the half cupful of butter. Add two rounded teaspoonfuls of baking pow* ; Woodward, Dill K.; Walker, Dr.
;'. native grasses are very nutritious. The found a 'grout\ variety of suitable cost of raising beef cattle to various I well beaten. eggs, ler/one teaspoonful of sat] and one- E. W.; Ward, I_ ,

i Wild maiden cane, as Captain R. E. I.crops, .,Further north, in sections less I ages Under farm conditions. This ,.rind two cupfuls' ; a quarter of flour-cupful into o.f which milk, fourth'cupful of sugar. Add one- B. B. Simpson. ,

.t RObe, ..SJ ate chemist, says, "is acknowledged favored;") in climate, where silos are work has been conducted under actual fourth cupful of melted butter, one Postmaster.
has been
a 1 to be one of, .if not the) being used in considerable numbers, I field' and feed lot conditions with native sifted one teaspoonful' of egg* well beaten and one cupful of .
bakingpo"'cler.. Stir in of
most) nutritious of"all grasses: Recent | corn, Japanese cane and the sorghums: l cattle. In every' case a trained ones cupful I seeded raisins. Stir to a Smooth batter .
chopped peanuts, drop by spoonfulsinto LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your
investigations< by the United States are used successfully. and furnish', man supervised the work and kept + with one cupful of'-milk and bake
tins and bake. To
Department of Agriculture and by the I large quantities of cheaply produced\ the records and in instancesthis w.ll-grcafted in buttered muffin .
I'i I, ,,jwnje keep crisp in waxed l and warm, pans.CASSEROLE .! Quick's Chill Tonic cured my
J wrap paper
Florida' Station have that is much relished
Experiment established ensilage
by
: man actually fed tlio cattlo. The husband
I of LaGrlppo and Fever after
place in tins with close '
the fact that the maiden the. stock. ]| experiments have leen -repeated, and I covers.ANI : OF IUCEF the doctor's medicine and other reme 0

cane of Florida has a greater food Natural Shelter of Trees. I|''original results tested by the POACHED EGOS ) MACARONI Cut the lean meat of cold roast beef dies failed

value than any' other grass") To supplcrnent i(I:' The natural shelter of trees and cations. dUPIi"1( HOT) into small cubes, removing fat and LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla.

; the indigenous grasses, new shrubs is. commonly all that is. provided \, ."It was found that when pasturage In' k some macaroni up into inch tough pieces.. Brake one-fourth poundof Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 2Bc.)

varieties from the four quarters off f fpr beef> cattle in this section | was charged to the animal at the rate I macaroni into small pieces, washin
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l' the earth have been introduced until although open!, sheds facing the south'' of i 50 cents per month, when the winter I '- 1 1I several waters, cook in salted wa- The Quinine That Does Not Affect The .Heslnrcaime

I! \ now we have plants suited to every j are advocated 1 for the use .of the" feed' consumed was charged at I tnken; into consideration that no other ter until tender', Jlien drain. Add TIVK.RHOMOQUININKIa of lIe Ionic and le"eU.e better< thin effect ordinary, LAXA. ,

i i soil an,1.e"el'y season and every need young cattle during cold l winds and prevailing: market prices! when taxes, asset of the farm is so readily ronvertible J gravy, that was left, to slewed toma- I Quinine and doea not cauae nenronanea. nor
To enumerate 1411 of t these plajjti into cash beef cattle. With tots Put into casserole alternate ringing in head. Remember the full n..nd'nnk
\ storms As to whether adequate' as for the .
v. insurance, fencing and repairs were liunature of K. W. GROVK. 3 v+
would be tedious. Among the most shelter in the f2cdlot should be provided considered, when insurance was maintained the changing conditions a still more I I -- -
prominent of the pasture grasses arc : for the entire> herd is moot: inviting !field! now offers and especially -
a 5n the animate, and when the xi -++-. '44<44ti", *< 6
, Bermuda, Para, Natal Rhodes l and question. As fur north as Alabama |I ITniOnuie produced was credited at i is this true in South Florida where J'

(;UIl1eu. The I first of these is the in conducted the Do-i' through a fortunate combination of' .
experiments by 'I| $1.25: per ton, the cost of raising animals i CITRUS
standard pasture grass! of the cotton partmcnt of Agriculture{ it was determined to the age of, 12 months, 24 climatic advantage* cattle are being TREES AT

I belt but reaches its greatest perfection . in u three yeais' text that month, :-'tO months and :33 : 'raised Wore cheaply than) ,in any other _
in the It is section of the : RIGHT PRICES
semi-tropics. repeatedly country.
while steers' fed under shelter made was $20. $2.28 $2.a1: end $ monthf'1: I
claimed that ore !good acr.ein Cows for foundation stock may yet s
slightly larger and cheaper gains :
100 pound", respectively.' \ ( :
3 We sell the leading varieties of Grapefruit( and Orange Trees, as
this when he obtained from the low
properly jru7.cdwill ut
grass ; than did cattle fed in the lot' ranges!
open of the chaiged againstthe
expenses' were fine be found low and them death
t as can at prices guarantee against ,
furnish sufficient nut I'im'nt for prices and as only inexpensive shelteris
shelter] the difference
without not
,
was animals and no credit was made
x f freeze and canker. We mean what we say and our guarantee is good
two head of cuttle throughout the sufficient to for the upkeep of I required it is possible to engage in
pay for the manure, the expense of pro. gold. Let hear from
as us
The others mostly the cattle business modest : you.
year. are grassesof expensive feeding sheds. Under the on a capi
during a steer to the age of 12. 24,
comparatively recent ..ntroduction.Tluy \ more favorable, ] ] climatic conditions of tul. Put there is now a heavy demandfor South Citrus Nurseries
' :30 and 33 months was $5.25, $4.I!)<>, : Apopka
: thrive only' below the area of South I'lorida the difference would be the native stock by the big packers -
I I $5.0:j And $5 per 100 pounds, respec iNcoupoRMtD)
OCOEE FLORIDA
!severe frosts, but their.yield of hay less. muiketl. and' by the cattlemen of the West ,
even tively. That i.s, if the animals are :
and their value for pasture is !greater I who ship them away by the thousands .. .o.oooo.o ooO O.000006000000ooo .o. o..o.o...... .
Hut with or without it, shelter sold, at the above prices the feeds consumed II
,, than that of meadows| and pastures of ( to build up their depleted herds. Land
i would seem to be the best practice, : are marketed at a good farm
other states. I'aia grass u native of I in Florida is still much cheaper thanin
1'\'n''lth the favorable conditions! at price $2.50 an acre is secured as rent
South America +is best suited to heavy I' the cattle raising sections of the
''h/lnd. to( maintain the feed lot and to for the summer pasture all losses by
i lands! with plenty of moistuie and; North and West, but high priced cat-
'practice soiling more or less extensively | death are accounted for, 7 per cent
ui.dcr!, favorable conditions' yields] 12:! I tle makes high priced land so that
The some land will support interest is sN'l1rpd.on, the capital invested Lumber
. to 11; tons of cured l hay per acre. Natal while ut present the values of the May Co. .
from three to five times the number of ) in the herd, und the manure is :
grass, an importation from South I( most important essentials, land and
cattle when fed in this way, the cattle secured free. To realize such profits
Africa, is. peculiarly adapted to light I will make quicker gains and sooner I it is essential that good cattle be cows, are low, they are certain to advance Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
dismtudy soils, grows rapidly and .
l he ready for market. The saving laisc'd.i -
makes several cuttings of fine Jiuy. I At present there is a pressing need YELLOW PINE LUMBER ,
of the be used the tarnwhen
manure to on The report adds, however; "The I
yielding several tons per acre. Rhodes for Florida( raised pure bred sires for
and where desired will more cattle in this
which raised experiment -
irra.-H, another species introducedfrom I were I I breeding purposes, as the demand is
''than pay for the trouble and expense. and Laths
South Africa, is one of the best could have been produced I greatly' superior to the supply. There Shingles
Iy! this means, where the soil I reI of the
.r"' ,dry soils, furnishing! record yields i 1 cheaper in other portions 'I are, therefore, opportunities in raising 1
I sponds us quickly as the sandy loams number of '
South.
us large as. Para grass. Guinea grass Upon a greater { both pure bred and grade cattle. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYAll "
of this section, feed crops of phenomenal farms it is possible, to produce winter
is another of merit for both universally
one great Having profitableunder
proven
proportions tray be produced. the we ask it let us figure on estimates ;
reduce cost
meadows and pasture. All of these I pasture for cattle and conditions( which, in a colder I your
(grasses are perennials in South Florida It will be seen that with its\ unusualnaturn.advanajfes of wintering! them. This was not doneon climate cattle could not withstand at Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. i
\ \ more cattlecan cattle had \
many the test farm, and the
slut can not !survive the severe all, now with improved methods, the
he produced on a given acreage in the, winter cattle range alpne. I Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.
frosts experienced farther nOI.th.Thl'Y industry in South Florida is assuming ,: ,
Florida than in less! favored regions. Then, too, the cattle produced in this "
supply] green pasture during the a position even more prosperous and ,
When grazing alone is depended upon test infested with the cattle tick, : ,
whole] year, and when desired for hay were commanding. J ;
will furnish several cuttings with a and good pasturage! supplied, from which not only retarded the growth of I I
i three to five times the number of call the animals materially, but -caused I ---- --- ---- - ----- -- ,

.1 large yield.No I tie may be maintained. Two or three several deaths from Texas fever.
Greater; Variety.
,
.. -' 'different ''feed crops may be growncach'year losses i'increased thee
These naturally
a'rellter f, ,
No state has o
..yajiety; J '
thanAFloridaMiAmonglthe' ][ on'thd'samct, I ground andjifSfrquantityToflfeed st of1produdtlonWhile; ; therefore,
J't''nlqitylmpoortant legumes :, ; :of* ?!these| >r' rara t <4j ha y deIsred, four r'n r "'cuttings jhe'flgures( : S gfjrfnj will j 1 J biip recognized lWinely, 6round Natural-Phosphate

{+ is weed, ,cowpeas! and relFloridaj Hyelvetj 01/1/ tW.yH be bud.BWIKW,. ..5- *- < > -.j.jper' s?"erY1t: Wr compared 1..ith T oste hi'
end is as there are no
necessary
beaiis. One of the 'best' of these is other sections of the country, they
cold winters to extra feedingto 5a
require .
will be found to he considerably
beggarweed' n native of the state,
.. t which occuis commonly as a .voluntc keep) up. bodily. heat. Where! silos I higher than prevail, in the region of i

i growth following' other! crops are i stalled) the superiority) in p.,oductivi. piit-nnuil) pastures and when grade:
.' ,capacity of the land is still 1
ggarweed w"l1'ul,1, makes 1hay (alt]It? me produced.Florida w w
inaikeil two ensilage in I
more ; crops :
whirls< is even more fattening I than tin Coming Cattle State.
unoeui' will pioduce about 50() tons I
i
alfalfa, cowpoas) or any other legume! As we have ,seen, the world wideshoitage
of feed l ""ie as compared! with 10 '
\jier
and .which is superior in food value :i of beef with constantly increasing -
to :'JO!/ tons which i.s considered a good I
\ to whentbran. Velvet] beans, equal to I" prices creates un oppoitunin '

alfalfa or clover in their flesh and yield in the North. I! in ,stock farming.which is at pl'esI I A !straightforward' Tf

milk forming ,constituents, are" espo- Can He Produced Cheaper. I ant unexcelled by any other branch of I a ,'I' t real estate dealer, advising + I'' ',

cially valuable for their fattening! (:! It follow, therefore, that in no other i agriculture. This is a business that I f i. vviHiuyoung i t man,

: properties and give a flavor superior''' section of the (country can beef be I has always appealed to the (.onserva-I 1't! I'/I' I said'hell you rent property I iiI

to corn fed beef. In addition. to those | produced as cheaply as in South Flor tive man of means as even where the p Lt you are paying for it, but

:(. enumerated, Kudzu is another! legume'j ida. The cat Je live in the sunshine, I prifits have not been so large, they ' you don't get any equity anti in the

. of considerable merit. All of these ) eat in the sunshine Und fatten in the have been, sure, the capital invested + end you are no better\ off than at first.

furnish very large' quantities of'' sunshine during twelve] months in the has earned good returns; and he has Better male a deal where some" of"the rent "-Hi
applies oil the purchase price.
nutritious ,
cheaply grown and most j
foods. ,, Florida farmers and fruit growers have l 1)een' too largely

' Corn is being grown in the state; in I Ie.I A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. fertilising their crops on t the same plan usth.it(of the man Ii

; large quantities and'is found in near- who rents his house from month to month. They ha1'oott'n/ 1

'1 ly every stock growing community. It The Waters & Carson only the ined yield. of one year's crops to cover t their outlay.i"aturc's .

is not, however, of the same importance incOiod\ is different. She' starts in to build up fertility.

to the stock grower here as in I I "'hy not follow her more closely iu your work? ,


F furnish the North. concentrate.a better and West and,more Japanese as velvet easily sugarcane beans produced I L. Grocery Company Why Not Get All The Plant Food' Paid For .'\




on high good as grows land.forty prolificly to The sixty sorghums, tons producing,per upland acre as : Wholesale and Retail- -.Dealers inGROCERIES When You Buy Fertilizers for Your Farms and Groves?'\\


rice and almost countless other feeds ] I Naturaown-finely IIr"ulIIlur,1 "h""ph..I.-not only supplies plant food 1 in form !mmmliat.<.'Iv nvailableunder

..: offer a variety that meets every need .. modern methods' cultivnliuo; but ia of such permanent character at will (give' lair. ,-d ...
and enables the cattlemen to secure fertility through a (KTIW! of ycur
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f' the best results in feeding through The first coil ia loss than that of ordinary fertilizers the cffU on the crop to which applied

v :intelligent selection and combination., -- II are as not;icrublc. and the mil>nt brDefiU much grrnlrr. Its I use for .BV.TH| .iwii urui
s I in.ii,',f,>,aion will build up like soil ia a way that can. never be done by artificial fcrtilizvra.Naluraawn .

004444040400040 0444440444444040 has the approval of ...-ntiati and agricultural experiment stations
+:; IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, 4 4 It Ii.,s Ix'i-n fully ..IlI..li., ,..[ul
Ii 0 WE SELL: 4 4 WE BUY: 4 farmer* and fruit growerr, Lue" thepvidem-eof the Irutli of nil. our
,,. FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED 4 .0 4 0 l -1 il.nms" for it. Let UK j prove to you thnt you need. Naturaown-your I t F
Look Mother!_ If tongue Is coated 4 HAY 4 0 .1 flume" on B postal ..ill bring the facta.
4 HIDES 4
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cleanse little bowels with "Cali
4 GRAIN fornia Syrup of Figs." 4 4 FURS 0 Lakeland Phosphate Company

FERTILIZERS 4 <0
Mothers can lest easy after giving .
IIII't;' "California Syrup of Figs," because in 4 4 WOOL f w.i p Cypress Avenue ,,,, r (::1 : >\
4 SHINGLES 4 4 e f ,
; a few hours all the clogged-up waste 4. ANn <0 Lakeland Florida '

,!. sour bile and fermented food gently 4 ORANGE BOXES < 4 4 4$ _ 4.t2 ..
4 4 ALL 4 '
r* moves out of the bowels, and you have
0 ORANGE WRAPS, 4 4 4
t a well, playful child again. 4 > 4 COUNTRY

, Sick children needn't be coaled to VEGETABLE CRATES 0 4 O

+i" take this harmless "fruit laxative." 4 4 PRODUCE 4 \

.. fXlilljor.j of mothers keep it handy because 4 CRATE NAILS *, 4 4.4.4d ..r ss \I9PJI
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i, l .,, All Four druggist for a 50-cent Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. ) 'i'i

j bat,of "Califonda': Syrup of Fies,"j Free delivery city limits. "Phone No. 12. i j

f... which contains directions for babies, We are county agents for good ferlilizert Ask us for circular and price r rI

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1 r PACE 4. \ TIlE &ISSIMMEE VALLLT GAZETTE' FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11. 191 f.;.

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>: 1 I -:-. Gazette. eiis.. Too often do our businessmen recommem I j that-where an animal is heavily incited with tick .

'The Kissimmee Valley some article about to be purchased which" is DO< they will draw as- much a* '200 pound of blood a '

It better than a similar' article produced right her year from a 1,000-pound steer. Of course they do' SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEp -

j I'I I I*.I blUk.4 KrrrrMir FrI..y. in Kissimmee. For instance there 'are two cigar! hot draw this all at once :but get ft in tiny .ucLj I' 'l
.. I. Taller G....(. BB||.|... ."_1 KW, Fli. :..making institutions in the city producing nvecencigars ; Figures, show that the blood ;in a steer at 'any one AND OSGEOLA .
good those produced by ciga Wher the COUNTY.t
f . .. just as as > time'weighs abput 50 pound << ticks are
r .. IIA.UUI ASH 1C G. TA*. AGKW. OwmrnK
W. t maker in, other cities, yet we have heard merchant. and busy therefore they (fore '
AtGLG..Edll... [ ery numerous very "' A..L"- .... . .... .. . ,
: R. !'<( : sad Mau.r. --- -'"" - -
.1 I i! recommend some cigar made in a neighboring citj'when Ithe.i animal to renew its blood four times yeatThis '" : :i-r; i ':'i
) of 'the home industry. .' Gazette run at the i Florida] easily takes the palm, Asfor
\I ..b..rlp.i.. nsess : the/ product were occupyirtg ,, means.that blood {hat should go to.male milk\ I.-.r.--v-
Otis Copy. On. 'tear _-.-,-..--..-..--...... .. 11.$0 space in the ame show cate. The -.ame i i. !I i or,meat goe! into fastening' tick.. An actual experiment ;' -nlofcan, "B lk ad. .the the' members' of the Fourth.Esta k

T One Vn* COP CopT> Six Thre.Month Montp/------------------u--'..._.__.--.----- !--- 1.(10.16 true in other lines. i'I showed that'a tck! -infested s\eer'weighed only.I I Lakefr.jtot\? ," and the Gazette 'will ;I lit has-been said by'members..outside 1
i i'' These merchants} do not look far enough in' 730 pounds and was a scrawny an'inial. when free: ,i eventrally win out on that line. It i f lot Florida that\ the Floridapr oduet ':

I. AMo'mmuntcatlon! excrpl from our nuthorlse.''fro.nt. of their own. poses. They do not. slop' to realize i: from ticks by being dipped in the arsenical dipping I I Ita i'le! $ people.a] tang 'time to make up is not half] 1If'f bad. Scores of brilliant; I.j

.r".p9"d.nta.Rejected matter mu will.t be not.Ignrd b* returned by the wrllr unless, ,! '.'calle that if home industry of any sort is encouraged '': bath gained 385 pound in weight in two month '.their jnincU.on' something that they)I and ..successful men and..\vomen in tho- .

j ) tvr. j jBntd __ . it is the merchant who will reap the greatest portion The price that you'd pay \eterinarian., for curing really need.Sanford Herald. profession! might be named. They 4
/ of the benefit More; business for the home 'industry '1 a wound. or that you would, pend folr hnimen .....-.:-. i i will all be at Kissimmee at; the next 1I
( In the Po.fofnc"'In .Klsslmmee,. Florida men'' work Gus J. Karircr, staff correspondentof I meeting of the Florida.] Press association 'j
at drawing salaries and cloth the 'wound would more
.a *ecaid-cla! ** matter.) : means more I to cure yourself < I the Cincinnati Times Star writingto '
:which they' will spend'with the'merchants. We talk than pay for dipping icky Battle; and save ihi, 1 his from. Washington had where the incroduloufTand cloubtXking
I '. FRIDAY FEB'RUARY I II.l I 191Q I : about new industries 'and a pay roll. but we* must terrible! dram on their blood) and strength. The< 1 paper outsider will hav an opportuni/y\
the ref to Kispimmeo:
/ following ?nCe
'- 1 ;t I learn to patronize- the industries which have been trouble in driving the animal to the dipping iat and He Oarn'e.from' Klaslmmee. to size;: up the celebrities and drdw

; started and which I in a small way are providmj letting it swim through would be less than treating) ''riew8paperme-l culling1;'f their own conclusion. The most recent .;'
Here we are again. One of the : ,
information 'about Florida's
whatever, little! payroll "have. the wound. i
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f, n.: '. -- : : -- : It costs\ only 50 cents a head at most t. including from the Press Gallery, ked-the exchange :'Inespapers is given in the 1915 newspaper .' |r
Bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga. ... T .. .1 : to .connect, him with Congress- of N W. Ayer and Sorj.
I. o'f GENERAL FARMING the first cost 1 of dipping vats to clear cattle of thee annual '0
----r-. mar Soars of Florida.'Isift
. /. If. persistency will :do i it. "", e have! the ood. 1 :- bloodsucker It will) cost your county only $50( I he -from! Kissirniwe ?" atkeil] 1 1I It 'contains !some interesting statis ,

t I _..: : ._ .I The day is coming when general farming will to $100 to build' a dipping \ aI. and you can figure i I thesweet young, thingat: the other .tirn of Florida new'-spilperdom; ng .follows "

.1. Tired .of reading that simple, statement ever) ,;be Ihe big business, of Florida. Agriculturists are ,,hovv much this first cost per head, if divided among!! end. : / '. /
. I O\t't-k ) turning- their attention to this fact and realizing all the cattle near the \at. After the vat i is built "He i is," was the assurance."Vhat : Nuniber! of tOW)8 in which newspapers ;
'
, : : : -; riijre and more that the man who depends upon 5 cents a head will pay for( arsenic for enough. dip : n delightful place to be arc published 11 I .">.. .J
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i. l' j ;That' to jump in and truck growing or citrus fruit alone is at the mercyof pings to rid your county of lie ks. from." was the eom ba'k. }:Utnloeof\ towns which are eomJI: '
Just one way to stop 0J it. the elements affecting these crops.If it is a S Moreover when a beef animal I has:' been freed I And the newspaperman hasn't scat. -IS*. .

J ( help ut.. : bad year 'if the markets' are not good. he has all from tick, because it can be fold in the open pen: mad? up .his mind whether]) th :-'OUJ1/r/ :Number of dailies! 31,. jJ
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the with other free umber of semi-weeklii"' :
his "eggs in one basket"arid 'suffers accordingly. at stpckjiards in competition lady: herself is from Florida] or !
r sme\\; day the lalefront( will be the show-place But if he is engaged In general farming the. chance. cattle it brings frorp] $5 to $10 more per }head than whether he ought t : I of the city. :Now it i is a disgrace and the subjectof are that things will balance up in his f. sor. when offered (for immediate laughter only from a'' of candy. I Number of fortnigritli-es: ] 2. '

J, I comment from evenvisitor.. On this subject the Florida Grower of Tampa .'quarantine pen. It costs less to ship tick-free cat. I -.- Number of .semi-monthlies] 1. ".1

: \ says: tie than ticky cattle because lick}' cattle have to beI Florida's Newspaper Industry.The Number! monthlies.. 10. J

. I'I '"The Valley Gazette j join the press of Florida in We want more people who come to Florida to shipped under quarantine restrictions which add last five years hve seen a most Number of quarterlies 1.

I extending sympathy to Editor Robert J. Holly of go into genera! farming and the raising of cattle greatly to the cost and make the animal worth less : remarkable increase in the amount in" Total. all issues, 207.

\.. the Sannford( Herald. in his bereavement occasioned and hogi. There is a wonderful (future for such at home and cause 'it"to-bnng less net profit at the : \'est'd: in newspaper enterprises. in ,, Florida has more daily newspapersthan
"" by the death of his mother. Mrs. Minerva HolI}'. lines of business in this all-the-year climate. Hills- packing house. Florida. Not only] has much money Maine, :New Hampshire Rhode *c t;

: :- into line of : _ _ been and establishing Delaware)
borough county is seriously going a ,I spent in erecting Island Vermont. District
The editors of South Florida have always shown IneshgationalOoork through the Agricultural Com : FLORIDA'S RAPID GROWTH : new plants but there has also of Columbia, Maryland. Alabama Arkansas -

i ; a friendship for Tampa and the way the Rotary- mittee of the Tampa Board of Trade. ; Recently when it was stated that Osceola county been a remarkable improvement of Georgia Kentucky:, Louisiana

I Club entertains them each year with the annual The land company that! will find a tract of land with! a percentage of population increase dunng the : existing: plants. There are tew states Mississippi North Carolina South

::1 breakfast dUring the Caspanlla Carnival will not suitable (for general farming and that will divide; it last ten years of 201 was the fastest growing county : with Florida's! population] that can Carolina. Tennessee Virginia. West

1 \ serve to lessen that friendship. into 'tracts big enough for the conduct of such in the fastest growing state in the United States, :I boast of so many: fine presses and Virginia.: Montana, Nebraska. New-
clear the land and build homes for the typesetting'machines all installed for Mexico North- \Dakota South
4. enterprise there was some doubt whether or not this statementwas i : Dakota,
-. I That Rotary Club breakfast to the editors of newcomer will make a ten-strike for themselves 1 true insofar( as the whole state of Flonda was the purpose of promoting efficiency' \,'yomlnll'rizona. Idaho e\'ada.

South Flonda in appreciation of their help in and do Flonda a world of good. \-'e have practical concerned in relation to other states of the union. 1 and adding to the value] and attractiveness A.alashz.] \ & HauaH! Philippines Porto

I I boosting Tampa and the territory from "hich that demonstrations on every hand to show that I :Nowcomes a table of fi.gures: showing that of( of its publications. Sized up''' Rico or any of the provinces of Can-

city draw. its business was one of( the most elaborate general farming and stock pays m Florida. There the states which took a mid-decade census Florida alongside "eekly'and daily pdtOica- ii'ia except ( )"I lrlo.-St. Augustine

affairs of the kind ever staged in Florida. I is as much money in it as in citrus growing, andis has a percentage of( growth almost exactly double tions. from other part? of the coun- Record. -

4 Tampa knows how to do things and the beauty of I is a much more staple business. that of any other. The following from the Florida -

,. it is she does them.) . Times-Union sets out this fact in cold figures: : - --

$100,000 TO 'F1GH'P.\TICKS A mid decade census was taken last t year in 1 I'

The' ue burg Board of i Trade has issued a 'ver> _: Florida. Massachusetts :New Jersey. ;..ew- YorL. I I What Neighbors Have Done I
of that Lake and the World's Almanac My
I pretty booklet extolling the Irtues We are pleaded to note that the Cattlemen Rhode Island and Wyoming .
.- t 1 county city. The booklet is the work .of the ue'- Conference held in Tampa this week went on record which has just t reached} this office tells the J ;
Commercial that splendid published result The following table shows the population
burg paper in favor of a resolution which had as its purpose By MIl.TON PLF.lIal; 1 uiiitu 511)1 the) world! into one big
edited Gilbert Leach. Like everything that of lhee 1915 and 1910. and the rate ;
: and by the starting of an organized fight against t the cattle states in in neighborhofnl for the common g od 1, ':
does the booklet is a masterpiece of artistic of made by each Vr.der tniheading.. fr"m time t"
\ Leach tick in Florida. The cattle industry is one of the gain. : a< iifighbnj-) i > tht-. best Initl .'lory I.;
workmanship. It is well-edited. well-wntten. well-- the industry Flonda Population Per Cent time will appear bitof l.fe II\.. this.
greatest if not greatest: in -'I' in that direct. on that one can
I illustrated and well printed. the cattle induMry State 1915 |9Q| Gain world. Tic th.r.g.v' m, f human I beir.p .ii\\
: . The tick is the greatest enemy to th'nk of. Why nut j gt; inl;>
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Florida 921.569 751. 22.7 ha- i >ne f.r aric.th-r. ..r t.hat "UflSCone
much the cattle industry to < .
It means just as to - - - hz lit .f bi-ing a re'ghlxii: to your ,.;
Ocala is all ....rough-o\-r the fact that eradicate the tick a' it does to'the citrus frUit in: NessJer.es 2.544.342 2.537.167 1 1.7 |_ hadi>!ie for all the world. Wemight r. :I'nw lot it-ic. .\ -in.li' a k.i.d S'i Id. i I Ia
Clark to help' his home cit Rhode Island 595.98 542.610 9.8 fir-t a-k Who neghlx ?
j Congressman in trying dus\ry\ to eradicate the citrus cankerThat i Ie a : ia : Kirdlnui; ( -t. a "tId! ) "f ehe<- nlre-
1 )1 has suggested that the government locate a muni broad statement but nevertheless it is ont! which Ma"achu
T ". tion factory there. The habitual letter writers haH be.the stamp of( approval! from.those who know\ New York _9.692.254 9.113.279 1 6.4 I t'll': uet .1 ('omm. ."
been filling the columns of the papers there >\ir! The resolution -'a'.ed wa diawn up by the Wvommg _ Ml.705 145.QC.5. *2.9 th.* vomin'" \\ ,': .1. } .* :st t i- :list- ecryhii \ . .. 01" ,, \\ 1),1 Id f.p ,I' II. .ik! It i< ,

f protests declare! that all the calamities! i>u".i-' "" '1.It\e competed of{ C. A. C. r'on. ot this cit Decrea'e. I.r v\-t\ *- uniii )gi'ing'! a har!!" '. -., 'M"'pi or.i> -..topt"/ I''") '.1. hu\v He-
ble will befall the city: in the event of war. Tha! a' chairman.-2.\ C. Chambus.;, R1\1 Pindell.! J Jr.. .1 I It will be seen that Flonda's rate of increase i i' Ann.\ i"; dictioi tiry "in j dd '.t. it a- : [ v'1'"t they' are ;'ipoii' I their i eighI -

just like some people try to do them a favor ano \ Pnde. John M. Scott and C. F. Barbour. It no' only, the largest of all. but that it is nearly HII< flS] 1 ,r. :i !ir "eaur a! i.>th. r; " in'a>y I 1,1', and I Ylt. ,i- Mupn-! i II.t. the teat-

they pick flaws with the gift > ou hand them. .cacL-.af fcHow I .: \ tw.re as large a that ot New Jersey which b\ act'isc'.i: pr'Mir.ity.' I-K-. A'.I. 1 ' ' T'I' ri j-.bor ri-i .\r < ut ouriT1llIt1iithiiI. .

'Wne.r u, it t has- been emphatically: and coa.n..e rea'on_ of its proximity. .to .New-York and Philadel- when we thirk, of our. neighbor thisiMlNIMIl.
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: and a wealth: ul photograph' e : :I'' .' i-" : f'i; c" ' j e'! de; e.J, ;':::1: ew sysin' va .t I I i ii ;j. .
\ sen-ice in adverti'inu the acii. ,,: S \. t.\ ,.t n .! e Co; clal.e el'v'l. l t C ,' n. { -d 11-1 I' J 1' \ ., v Ct ut I"> 'he} 't t iripaze; oll : : , . : - III II.DINi., (, <>OD lid- M'S. ;,
oJ city to the vterid; ?tKi 1.31 .ZC ..e- ,. , ," "I' fl iT.d."u'" ,,' ." .,. .!.a:)<" '1 a'-J : e---t: t ;t .,' ln u..:. d ,nm : . .1, /., .-." !J. . 1.r I 1.
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J you helped to :make\ their, ft.iv! l.fe 'e: ,T ( . .'n . ( ( I. e I.' '\, ., ::1 t' :: ., ., T,, ;.. ,I ., ten mit':r., in1 i1'-: \\-en\ !the nexl 'edeut ( -' I p. the ",
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J much to ( .ire \ : > . . ,, ',e' : 'a'j 1 Ce, .r -.S "".1 : 'S .1 :20 : r-m eefr.- : : . .
;:t" t feel at home and ii,. a scsvue: t..a: :! 11." \\i .' . c- .-.,',. / ..:I"n' aii'i j fn-iiC:: .. n'_ ,I: t! e .. alo! ;pc".} f that} '' t w \he |pushed, d--vMi bv' r,. .' ': -i. - .- : -- i.- -.f ., "1-1 ... > "-1' her ;
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It probab11 -.- ." II \ tie: e- it'J: :':I\'e 1 Jl
a new peimanent re-ident or mo-e vir.tcf* ne\ . r.' 4 talo-v\.ac" camp.vif.: !,.r a nrf.eii.i'.rr. t.* 'ornia. st-.ich iSi new twc : l. is the, i- :.11'" d.: t'v .. W- .. ,
: Sm.! : p. .'. ),.U"to :1,1,] .
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and Cal.foi.iia: : unprovi mont.4 ;
;New : "
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season. S r' :.IT rr a-d -.T ''h.* e .'" n .. ,
-. '.. .. "e r'I ttC: : tick: ti at in the ;pu crc'ior) c.t ltd' cam- \s. ,| each have l beteen 3.HXI.IKKJ( and 3JOO.OOU/ ) i is- {f> '. i: :", tinhon! -'- t -..: h:<% eaon'jvi !' .i < \tci.v.u'l\ if; th.- KM ,I.M- eiiThusiaurn -

4; Attend the annual ]meeting! of the! board o- pall l th. corr.n.iti'ee% i 1\ authorped and .em c *r oIP : l *>_'0. and will! hod! a' they do now. ninth tenth. j u":: but 1)1) 'r juifiu'i. lioii- I I..t.' :u-c'ompli-hc.l: i- to.I yield i liy rV lMisme-.v-ults. it must f'l'e- ;

.j.'I' trade tonight.: Join the orgafii.-ition and co.il'.b! ,,:.r c..1'' to ic ad, a< tar a' pcA'ib't' the!: mach'iif rv o're CCI;;' -nh! and tv' elth! places] among the will state but <>r. !I'tcau-i- "' the wur. -t.' -lot "0 .. to |II.." I11l1dl'e sp.'iid,

': something* to Us utport.] Don't stup v\he.1: yc>j 'iI'e agricultural! : col.eee!;! and exr'erir.-ien':: : '. ,'at nSne can guess in what order they come. Aftr ;.'! i: -iem.iha) t'--' !mnl\ \but howwell '1 11
wll! d.termiie
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.'J 1 have done that. Keep on \going\ to the meetin- j t I'n: tf.e tedeni department ot agr.cu'Lre.", '': cr ohe-; RIde' Island i Ie no> and' wili remain thirty-eighth fitting; d' *;: 'ii/.r. '. .- "i, t-iir'.b.' ,." w.i- tinpiojru, : ePt''I-( in it.highway; : ile--

(l. ee that I tbe! money you c(-ntr'.ute i'devoted: t ti>: the na-j'rial; co-vc-ra'soit: andI tate in the unon.: Colora-. given 1' by Je.u> to the ]lawyer il: the v.'lopmlit.> 1l.1| building i i. an art, .'lr.-e.cI
v. bent interejt l ot the city. ;Not that: '11 haen'l been I :'at t tie cciuritv c c.mTnis'onez': ) of each eouhtvIR Flonda i is- now lihirty-ihird and may pass parable fo the certain men that wc'it l l
> |It" dfShiteiionco.
: U'it: in the past but thc; e are lwav< tho e who con- I .nda' un.fr! :.If ''aw which,: permit them U dr) md .lake thirty-second place hut this i I' doahtii .- down. fium .lei .:- al--ni to Jo'a- .UI'OIII iuon or '"
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\ \, nbute to a fund for town building and tie/i pi--- :;nr.Ve a levy "!"Ia.He for agrKuliural! (pn-pose1 ee.' : ,. for Colorado I is also growing japidU. found i'I.uke 1tC-i.( : :, : He i i- my I'r"l laldy with clear unUrtii.lititr -
ceed to let someone rIce! do the ork\ and the} a-aie .a certain um whenever' feasible! for the build itate.! hoses er. will not be turned down by any neighbor who shows mcrcoi 7111' ovi-i'pt a -
of all th. roMem involved I
II 3 planning while they sit I! back and cntici/e. Let's\ ..nC'\ f difpins\ vats in convenient places throughoutt tt.er state and by 1920 at the present rate of( in- As regardthe; great w. ,'. tin-) PP"] '1Ilw\ I ivMtirular: : |< "fol'k. < ..heloin
of pi.'co to
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get out of the criticizing habit and go to the meet t: ,..unh. and crea'-e: will have 1.1 I 30.669 people. The rate of this '..urtry have been r.i'.iiir the 01 teii.1 \\llh .
to thp
be nil -\t
; ings. If every man who contributes to the board 1 hat the Mate of( Florida be requeued to appro- ele'e: during the next five years will probably part of the :Samaritan;:: in .Te>\i-, para: .; There i i5 yonrsifar.ahead. ,

: of trade would attend\ the meeting and lend h:< /prate at lea't $ IO .OOO to aid in thi most important gre3'.er than during the lael t five for one or two It of tie.Ve hae had cumpa--Jon on: than n jworly!nothing built road moie! i aid in the ,planning! of movements to further the v\ork ot tick eiadication. heast/ five years have been \er hard ones. is thorn and wt I to the pe<'pK- of the
01'1rhun
i I' \\ a le.iIroof \
4 progress: of the city, great: t results could be accomplished. In ttais <0nnl."ctwri' beheve: that it is I well to probable that the next federal census will show {or stricken. courtry of Helgium. gavethem ; a' hole. The cost of or keeping n pocket it

i! But it takes work a' well a< money to quote! trcm a recent cjrcularis'ed: Vy the L. S his state one and a quarter: million people.! I food and clothing' and av >rd of
2 in repair S wilV i i trade the that should be.. '. "Ca -- - cheer. Llkcwl.ee have bet -. neigh-; as
make a body success it Department ot Agriculture! h.ch i hfided : that of
ir< original] construction.
te! TickWqrse\ Than Wound. ." It reacls as (fol .TEACHERS CORRESPONDENCE COURSES liors: to maijy' of the othej countries' .\ coiiinuilnitthat i is preparing to iiiet -
VALUE OF STANDING! TOGETHER !10\\'e -- The L'ni\emty of Florid has just issued a bul- people who ha\ e sulTe,-ed 0:1: accountof \. liiflCin road i -
improvementshoud
If one of your Mees: or dairy cow got a bad:! len explaining the correspondence course for the war < ) protect itself the
by securing
United concerted action can accomplish much cut and wa bleed.ng: nearly a quart of blood a dav. eachers. The bulletin says : "Because of the \\ .. .read in the II!IoI-t ha t great service' :* of, road l.inl.lerR, also by .

t in any field of endeavor but in nothing IS it more vou'd do something;! about it in a hurry. "You'd large and increasing demand for systematic instiuc- ; book which heralded] a the gift spending enough in the outset to
the and of f blood would weaken the of( ambitious teachers and other. God his rule and his .
effective than in building support a city.Especially l.10that such MI loss of lion on the part I from to man cs guarantee road that will le durable.
is this} true in Florida where development animal prevent its putting on vtrght. and. in tKrcae ", ho are unable to attend an 'institution of 'learning.he Guide for h"= faith and practice J. II. WALKER.with .
S work is first and foremost. Any city. town or of the cow. ,ou'd soon see the milk flow (fall Teachers College and Normal School of the that I>tfoTh(' end of thi.- world all

hamlet in Florida has possibilities.. With the attention off. If you couldn't handle the ",'' und yourself University of Flonda has greatly enlarged the scope I the people -hall be receive! and acknowledged THANK: THE GAZETTE .

; of the entire country turned to Florida her you'd think it a good investment to pay a veterinarian and number of its correspondence courses. These : ] as a righeouspeopl.e.. To

:. i wonderful climate her thousands of acres of untilled .t from 50 cents to $1 or more. to stop the bleeding. ] courses: are similar to thoe given during the regular make\ an observation of nil the evil Bdq. St. Cloud Garrison. No I U.

I land and her natural resources no city can sessm of the institution. On successfully completing ; that is going' on in the world today, it A. &: N. U.. St. (':oud. Fla.. i
be said to be completely built or finished. There Ticks have the same effect on a steer or a cow a coifrs the student will be given a certificate would seem that in the absence of Fob. 7th. lfUt.! '

1 "is; a chance for every one of them to progress. ,I I as such a wound, but the difference is that you don't 10 that effect and will upon satisfying the conditions some revolutionary measures, we area Editor Kissimmee Valley Gaiette: : ,

But to attain the greatest possible benefit from see the blood dripping because it flows into the tick. required. be entitled to credit towards. regular long. long way from the milltnium. I At a regular] meeting of the above' II

I the efforts of her people any city must have united, Every tick bite i is a tiny wound on the animal degree or diploma from the Teachers Collegeand It is not the habit of nature to accomplIsh Garrison held on this date, a motion .1

", concerted action of her citizens. In' other words. through which blood is constantly being drawn. Normal School, A registration fee of $1.00 things by revolutionarymeasures. ,I was made and carried by a unanimou* i"' .

the business people. the working people and"those These tiny wounds and the drawing of the blood will be charged for each course. With ev ry letter Therefore it would not be I :vote that we extend a vote of'thanks

,l' of any and all classes must, stand together in any j irritate the animal and weaken it just the same as ''or manuscript the student must enclose a self-ad- wise to ask ourselves: Is there any- to the Kissimmee Valley Gaxett fori>I

and! all movements for the public! : good. .We believe the wound. The wound" of course. may become infected dressed stamped envelope with enough stamps to thing I can do to assist In the promo- their kindness in publishing: the obituary ; -.''|

; that these statements trite no doubt convey facts J and make the animal' very sick but: the tick defray the return postage. Further information tion of a tendency to that great and on the death of our Comrade Wm.r

which; all of u* should consider seriously. in addition to causing blood to flow may give the may be obtained from Dean John A. Thackston. perfect end T When you seriously ask H. Boyer, and that the adjutant be instructed -]

-- In our own case right here in Kissimmee. there animal Texas fn r'and even kill it. Teachers College and Normal! School. University of that question of yourself you will to communicate. the same.

is" not the'spirit of sticking together that should This is not a theory. Actual experiments show Torida. Gainesville. Florida. Boon answer it in th. alfirmftive. Thei to the paper.. J. G. HILL Adjl.1 .. ;'

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FEBRUARY 11, '1916. THE KISSIMMCK VALLEY GAZETTE \

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without covers, in crates;, each ,crate not education, not manual training, partment, year after year ia the large

holding a number of the small 'con. not alone,, moral teaching: that ia need- West Palm Beach fellowship, and ,

St. Cloud Department tainers), and, unless public notice, of ed, but the cleaning up of these, dirty, never loses realtor this work/ nor

; not less than,two months be given the filthy barbaric relics of the: dark ages does she in music.

I I department not, recommend any that crowd <)ur land from shore to The1' Orlando Presbyterians were to

! proceedings under the Federal Food shore. Is your county blameless ? If observe, Christian Endeavor week Do

t NEWS AND NOTES. OF TilE'"WONDER CITTT. FROM. OUR OWN and Drugs Act solely upon the ground you do' not know, will you investigateand hope they will tell our readers VA .

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT that berries' such small containers, find out? through this column.how it was done.

shipped in interstate commerce,' or -, : The Lake Butler Intermediates,

I otherwise ,, ,within the i feeling quite bave turned
brought ; June Quiz on Methods. : grown up,
'Th"e Veterans'!, Association was call Mr. Lathrop celebrated' his birthday diction of the Food and Drugs Act,! Mrs L. B. Smith, National\ Superintendent 'I their'society into a young: people'sorganization a ao
ed to order at 2 Saturday )February Wednesday last The following. I
p. m. '
This we '
bear of the of' \ is alright only "
'' ,no statement quantity l of Rescue Work, put her address ,
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Eth President'W. P. guests 'Mr aVPdJVlrs.S. .
by were present
Kenney.The ;
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the ,contents upon each such containe1W.C.Ti in the form' of' questions! and : would like to hear o? a new intermediate v .
absent .Jt.me'llGoff Hill Mr. and Mrs Hunt Mr.
and
secretary being > in' '
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our ranks. The BostonBoard
acted for the day. Opened by ,Mrs. Pierce, :!\fl'. and Mrs Gessford.! answers which brought) out many j reported
it is counts thirteen
facts the -woik and'meth- ,
singing "America." Prayer by Rev, A pleasant time was had by all pres..: concerning
I such organization here, but we dd not
foA ods! of doing It. I bAKI ;

,shine.Northrop." Song, "Catch' the Sun-. eat Rull Buss. and L. Whidden, -of Kis- COLUMN"If I dhy Th;r,reply to ground the question between, "la( there rightand I, know Florida pf! near churches all of seem that number.only large Host Me ,

Newcomers introduced: simmee, spent' Tuesday'io; St Cloud on ,
; gong?" "Yes battleground : enough" for two kinds" Junior and
was -
Comrade Shields and his wife said business I :
: Might made Right, life were a conflict .between Young Pcople'sbut we have" a few 0 0Absolutely
t' J / always a /
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California ,
;they had tried the climate of ,Geo. S. Williams, of Orlando, spent wild beast's : intermediates enrolled POWDER
cage; virtue and vice.' Other questions
N and New Mexico, but was not :Monday und Tuesday in St. Cloud on i The St. Cloud Christian
church
If Right made Might, this were a brought out these facts: Twenfy-sev- .
k satisfied and finally.came to St. Cloud\ I ln aine69. /L to'ha'o social '
youngpeople were a
golden age; en states have the "Health. Marriage Pure
to be among the "boys." life was in Sheriff In ram and Jim Miller, of ,
lit the G. A. R. hull.
But now until we win the long campaign Certificate IJBW." Twenty-one states soon This news '
I 'f Co. E, 6th Cuv.:; Ill Ki8sIt11111ee.'ei'e St. Clout: callers'! on I have the Red Light Injunction and comes Indirectly through the ICissimmee Made from Cream of Tartar :,

Comrade Rules, Co. 'E. aid Wis. Monday. Right must gain !Might to conquer Abatement laws.' Nearly all the states \'alleyJ.dzelle. Reason i III, we 1 1J

Irf., said he did not ,think this was a Will I rawdy, of St. Cloud, spent and to J'cign.Jlenry) Van Dyke. have a more or less drastic law i need- some live-wire reporters in St. i NOALUM;-NO PHOSPHATEI '
soldier town us he heard so many Wt'dncMJUy in Kisaimmoe on business Cloud where ,
there nice
arc two so
against the white slave traffic. Mrs.
roosters crowing lust night. J'rcsiden'tK :Mrs, Grace Cooper and Mrs. Quim- J .... '
cieties.
The W. C. T. U. meets the I'econd' Smith said the requisites of reform | .
-nney explained that was the way I by went to Tampa on Friday last, returning and fourth Fridays of. every month, workers must .be- faith in God, in humanity Good news from the first Christian I' and motj'crly) qualities.

'I.{+ we: welcome] strangci'B, when we are :Monday' evening at 2:30: at the Hart Memorial clubhouse and in! themselves. They must church, Jacksonville: was that it ex- ) The quality of Dufoc meat is perhaps \

nsifcp. Mrs.' Charles 11. Lichty and daughter Strangers always! welcome. know the needs of the community, pects to organize a Junior societythis the best of the lard breeds when
rccitedja '
,;,: Father Stainbrunner | poem of Heading, Pa.., came in Saturday there have willingness "to do the -week. Wanted-More such in 'fed under favorable conditions. The
',' ubout a tramp.! Comrade Jewell ,2ndIt last to spend some time with the a formation. hams ,.
I White Stales. right thing to meet those needs, .. arc especially good. The Duroc
't'\ / wu Battery, just in from Alaska, former' sister Mrs. Bordner.
Grace A. Townsend. meets the !
demands of pack'ng housessatisfactorily
With increasing confidence in their Over $1,000,000, has been raised this
.\ said he was glad to 1)3 here ComradeKingler Quinn Buss, of Americus Ga., is
Interlachcn. Feb. 7 191rt. and
it is fattemr
an
ability to secure the recognition from year to maintain rescue homes and easy -
; of Pennsylvania, said he was spending few days in our Wonder
a the law makers the white ribbonersof other phases of the work. .' for the farmer. ,
used in the :Mr. Bass in this
sorry no more flags: wore City. was nXTKOC-JKKSKY) FINDING
Maine, Kansas, North Dakota,
homes of our citizens.: neighhm hood some :31 years 11)0': and Georgia Oklahoma Tennessee Mississippi FAVOR IN THE SOUTH TO CLEAN AN !IRON BEAD .
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, A collection was taken up for the sees many improvements. f
lIuro-Jersey arc rapidly finding
ill'.I I. Two more col'oction baskets :\11-. a'ldtl'a.! Herbert H. Page/ of Virginia, have North Carolina their and.claims West for 1 II CHRISTIAN I favor in the South. They meet the A tablespoonful of turpentine in a '
pressed ENDEAVOR
Y k ever presented! the association and a Hoslindale" Muss., who have been visiting better legislation in all matters conditions of Florida well. They arc cup of milk makes the best mixture

vote of thanks!'! was given the donor. Mrs: Page's father and sister. tiiining to the home and childhood.per- early maturing and capable of making for cleaning an iron bed. Apply with

:Mr. Wentworth presented the following Henry! Epple and Miss Eda Epple, being possessed of full citizenship, The Kissimmee Valley Gazette cheap gains. They ore' good 1 a piece of cheesecloth and (polish with

k program: Fife and violin, started Thursday morning for their and do not blister in the hot flannel.
grazers
the Kansas W. C. T. U. unhesitatinglyasked grows better and better.
!Schofield; and Audrist. They gave a northern home. I I
of the
sun as some white skinned pigs
Editor of the ClearwaterSun
the state ]legislature] for consideration Powell 1
second number. Marcus Fagg, of the Children'sHome
f
I and passage'of certain has been a good friend to this 1 do. Compared with the other lard ....
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Solo, "My :Michigan by A. G. Durham at Jacksonville gave a very hogs they -
are prolific.The
hills sending out a neat card bearingthe department of Christian Endeavor. 'r
He was called back for another interesting and instructive talk on sows make affectionate moth ;] LuJJ.k.t
following request: just like he was when he was editorin
Ewlection. their work in the home, in the M. E.
ers and are easily .handled,, Accord-
St. Petersburg. We the Sun'smana
Song by J. M Vero. church) Tuesday evening. The Woman's Christian Temperance hope ing to C. K. McQuarrie state agent
!Mr. Batchelor from Indiana
new er. |[wg
Song by Mr.\ and :Mrs. DePew "The The Flinch club had a surprise on Union which represents 10,000 will "make friends" and for the University of Florida Exten- WANT ID T
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Fault Is In You." This was liked so :Mr. and Mrs..Jesse! Harris on Mondayevening. : earnest Christian women of Kansas give sion Division the sows are consideredthe --' YOU
is much u"" space like many kind editors do. I II : ,
interested in the
r veil they gave one about the men being A very pleasant] eveningwas very public heaviest milkers of any breed.
welfare of the state, and would there- ]During the fall campaign and series
the sea. spent by all. Those present were I
transported across While the size:: of the litters at birth
Reading, of Snake Story by John :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenney Mr. and fore earnestly solicit your support in of conventions in every district' but may not be so large as some of the :
: Bert Gessford and behalf of the following bills: that of west Florida many of uspledged
IMcC.rath.Miss' Mrs. !'! and Mr. Mrs. : other breeds, the Duroc-Jersey mother -
Rohhins two numbers. I Ditk Bowers. 1. Mother's Compensation Bill. certain amounts which were i i.I '
: sang will raise
as many pigs as any. :
,p Violin and by Audrist and 2. Minimum Wage for Women and to be sent to State Treasurer Cava- .I I U !
guitar . This is because of her gentle tempera-
,, Dr. Scott. This concluded the pro- .......-x'-X..t"X--X---"X"---- Girls under "Board" already estab- nagh, Box 775 Tampa as soon as I l

lished. possible. In a recent issue of that
urn\ m. } EAST LAKE O ,
Announcements Made. 4. Division of Child Hygiene un- splendid paper Pennsylvania Christian END STOMACH TROUBLE .

<., .. . der State Board of Health.] Endeavor Bulletin in speaking of GASES Oil DYSPEPSIA"Pape's ,
i W. R. C. will serve dinner in G. A. :-:"' .XX..Xo'A<.Xoo)>o.o"e.:.:. ) !
1 R. hall February 17th. Mr. and :Mrs J. B. Redditt and son, 4. Temperance Day in Public finances with a deficit in their's the .

4 'j j Lust number in Lyceum course on II. R. Redditt, of Ft. Christmas Fla., Schools. largest of state unions were the Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour ,j

February I 17th instead of the 16th. 'spent Sunday with G. L, Sullivan and 5. Tax Redemption of $200 for all words as head-line, "Wipe It Out"This Gassy Stomachs surely feel! fine ;

Hoy preacher here in the afternoon family. householders. is exactly what will be done in in five minutes.If I We are MEATING most of f the :''j

1 j und evening, Sunday February 6th. :Miss Jessie Gray; of Orlando was 6. Humane Education in Public Florida of all bills to be paid duringthe what you just ate is touring on people of this old town. Our friends 1

t the guest of Miss Callie Sullivan on schools. present C E. year if out workers your stomach or lies like a lump of say we meet all competition and usually -
7. Equal property rights for mar- individually help out. The year ends lead refu-Ii,, to digest belch
Sunday. j,, or you
Miss EdaI.
: when
:Mr. and :Mrs. II. H. Page, go them one better it
ried men and married women.A at the DeLand convention, April] 20- and eructate
:Misses Susie, Nellie and Ruth Gilmore I gas soar, undigested
Monday
.. "Epple and Henry Epple spent -
Island. and Maynard Sullivan attended splendid] educational law and ', 23, (or in exact statistical way, April I! food, or have :a feeling of dizziness, i I comes to giving our patrons the VERY ,j

:Mrs.afternoon John Ilauser at !Hilliard's'! and Mrs. A. C. church at Narcoossee Sunday. three good anti-liqudr bills. I'|(11st). Karl Lehmann is to be at De- I heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste I BEST there is in the market We're s

l Phillips, of Jackson, :Mich., Mrs. M'I's. Joe Bass and daughters, All these bills passed both houses I Land to hear our good reports, all fin i mouth and stomach-headache, you been in the market business a longtime -1

\ Stratton, of Washington, Pa., and !Misses Helen and Doris and' Miss and 1 became laws, and now Kansas I ways. l I can get blessed relief in five minutes. "and know how to please._ Can't ;
Susie Sullivan called on Mrs. G. L. has the distinction of being the first This is Christian Endeavor week, I Put an'end to stomach trouble foreverby
of \ Pa. who MEAT today?
, { :Mrs. T. Paris, Pittsburg! we you
the winter at, Kissimmee Sullivan Tuesday, afternoon., "'i, '- state to establish by legislative action with as its climax,' Decision Day, next getting a large fifty-cent ,case of (

I' '_;r- are nm i/spending" wero st'>,, (Jlo' u<,callers'fohlWedt, "t M W and .l\rsjl.l! ; P,'lrh,: da'll wag the a ,Frances 'vWillard' "Day in i the ''public Sunday*}!llowmanyyounglpeople, i wiU' 'Pape's Diapepsin frpni any drug storey PHONE 44 '
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4 .;<' c guest of'Mr and Mrs J 1 TindallSunda -Ch001a. o. thentjconf e Chrfst f orjt.he|:first ou realize in'five minutes how noedties's'Jit

'( ,.redlY! afternoon jHwp P|| 3HBVL time Perhaps t dependsupon ) I is"1'tto i tsuff $ '
l".'f'IiJlr: and 1\11' K Hendrix, if. ) .! you, er from 6 indigestion, :
and Mrs" John Vr'e'cland' ,"Mrs."-Maryt *"M rT; and*M isT*J."1 1.1*Redditt, 1111'. The following are echo from'the 'm' soul-winning' work'*before''Sunday dyspepsia; or', any, stomach disorder. i CITY MARKET-i

Veeder, and .MoGrnth: ; spent Tuesday und 1 :Mrs W. 13.: Smith and little son National convention: ,, com s. Be sure to report! what sticI 'I It's the quickest, surest stomach I

evening the guests of !Henry Ep i I Billie of Kissimmee, visited at'the Crime Prevention ...n i I i cess jour society had these special i doctor in the world. It's wonderful. .

Y' pie and daughters I home! of d.; L. Sullivan\ Sunday. .Mrs Minnie B. Horning, National Su- ',, C. E. days. .
Nancy OntTis vas the of Nel- 1 The :Miiimi Herald told of the going T -r
j J Quite u nice display of the work of : guest I>ei'mtendent of Prison Reform: :'1
'I" the ladies of St. Cloud was held< in ilie i and Jiuth Sullivan] Saturday: nf1 The cost of crime is nYo ;t appalling. to its city of :Miss !Maude E. Clink of
I 1 ti-i'noon. I West Palm Heai-h, recently to wit- \
] Statistics show that the annual
ex-
the [ 'c'kha rm building on Wednesdayand f
,') Thursday by the Ladies Impiovement :MnHelen Bas! visiting at the I| penso' for maintaining police and ness the 'production of "The ;Messiah." : I The Favorite Store of Kisaimmee 1

club. These things will be sent home of her uncle, Buck Bass. and iiiminal courts, for prisons, jails and ,I In complimentary words the Herald]

$. J to the Orlando fair. 10 cents admission family like, institutions is two hundred million {'! told of her having taken part in this l

,J was charged and tea and wafers :.Mrs\ .J, K. Tison i and :Mrs. H. P. Tin- ] dollars. The estimated amount sublime, music when a student'in a

\v< I ie seived. The money goes to the I dall culled on :Mrs J. W. Ward Tues- that is annually abstracted or stolen. I I I) conservatory. Miss Clark is secre-' i
,, day ufteinoon.Mr. tary and press reporter for this de-
library I fund. by thieves, l burglars end l embezzlersis FURNITURE ?
: and Mrs..J. E. Tison Sun- I
I j :Mrs. Cailson, Mrs. Triplett and spent four hundred million making an '
Friday day on Shingle Creek with his parentsMr. aggregate of six hundred million.
:Mrs. Entriken went to Tampa on NUMBER 40 FDA THE BLOOD
) to attend the Gaspaiilla" celebration : and Mrs. J. F. Tison. This of course cannot cover the loss ) J

P. E. Kedditt of Winter Park, Fla., of life, the ruined character, homes I
returning on Sunday. Expels scrofulous humors from the

B. White, son and daughter! of Kis-, spent Sunday at the home of his sister :' devastated and souls destroyed by I blood, which cause constipation, ma- -WE HAVE IT !
with Mr. and Mrs. G. I.. Sullivan. crime. One of the live questions of
simmer, spent Sunday : j' laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim-
Mis. J. E. Tison Mrs. H. P. Tindall
Mrs. Bert Gessford. -- the day is how can crime be lessoned ples, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy
:Mrs. W. A. Hu and Mrs. W. H.
hey
of Kis.simmee or prevented We must emphasize
:Miss Ella Kenton i on a guarantee to satisfy.
Sullivan the of :Mrs. G. -- --- - -
were guests -- -- -- ---
of :Mr.
. spent several days the guest
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[,. Sullivan Friday afternoon.
and :Mrs. G. P. Arrowsmith. I In connection with Hardware line completeline
our we a
carry
:Mis W. A. Ilughey und :Mis. H. P.
L :Mis. Chase Mr. IInd1I's; harden
of furniture. We make of homes and
outfitting
a specialty ,
: several Tindall were the guests of :Mrs. T. A.
and :Miss llolyden spent days I handle '
reliable
Hughey ;Monday afternoon.
this week at Tampa.STATESBORO .
Hill Tindal! spent Sunday with W t NEW SPRING I GOODS

MINISTER H. Sullivan and family. Bed Room Furniture, Dining

BERRY CRATES Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
MUST BE :MARKEDA NOW ARRIVINGWe I ,
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GETS REAL HELP
t lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,
recent service and regulatory announcement -
Rev. J. Powell Tells How lie Found
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Couches Etc.
New Strength to Give to of the Bureau of Chem- a'

His Labors. istry contains the following, which

Rev. J. 'Powell of Statesboro, Ga., should be of- interest to shippers of invite the of

riously suffered that from thev stomach affected troubles his work.so se- berries, peaches, and tomatoes when people This store is making a record for itself in the matter of

lie struggled: on under the handicapas ordering: their crates" for next sea Kissimmee and especiallythe helping people to outfit homes. Come and see. Our prices are

best he could-hardlv realizing, son's shipments: right .
r perhaps, just how much his sickness The department is of the opinion ladies to view our new

was hurting hi... that l>erriespeaches. or tomatoes in
One day he learned of Movr's Won- '
spring stock which is coming
small containers which packed ,
open are -
derful Remedy. lie took the first dose
-then decided to take the full treat- 1 in crates and arranged within the in daily. TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS

pr ment. He wrote: I j' crates in layers or tiers, constitute _
"Since using the six bottles of your food in package! form within the I
wonderful remedy I feel like anotherman. of the amendment No matter what kind of an Engine you hare-Gat, Steam,

me .to It know has been how one quite could a wonder have to a [ meaning, and that consequently net-weight the law- See Our New Line of i, Railroad or Stationary Engine-we hare exactly the Tools yea

stomach disease like mine and live requires that the crates shall be need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc.,

and do the work I did. I just 'escapedthe I marked with a statment of the quan- j all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will

"Now operating I can table eat what I please asd tity of thecontents. Each such state- Queen Quality ShoesH. ,I surprise yon., This store has the reputation of handling only

it doesn't hurt me night or day." ment should include' the number of hardware* that is of superior quality\ and you will make &o mid ,w

I\ . ** Mayr'sVonderful Remedy gives small' containers and the quantity of take in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock. '
permanent results for stomach liver the contents of each.
and intestinal allmc ta. Fat as much ( u
w Pending a determination of the
and whatever you like. No more distress ..
after eating', pressure; of gas in question whether the'' net-weight

the stomach and around the heat. Get amendment applies to berries in small C. STANFORD Osceola HardwareCornll8ny "
ono bottle.of your druggist now and open containers (such as those which *

try it on. an absolute \laranteif usually hold 1 quart or 1 pint ach,
i will be ..
not satisfactory money returned. -
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r and which are commonly placed,
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CE" -'+H':'" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916. ,

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r Mti ...10 10 It.. 00 10 I' It 10 101 HI 10 I C I t { well arranged'program. was beautiful.'Jy be displayed( '-afc the Five County Fair j I Mrs., P'illcy, of th* Osceola, Pharmacy I Kissimmee! and Osceola .countH' .'>

rendered : at Orlando. Scventy-fivo pieces, have was a visitor Tumpa on Thurs- believes that he interested a numberof

( t Notes "The Lifo' and Works of" Reginald' been, secured for, this splendid collec, day. / 'I i I people who may decide; to buy J ', .
# $ Society leKoven) and Arthur. Whiting." t ( :
'I
tion. J property! hereland! llocate( l'' /
a+ i f> (a), Sketch >f Arthur Whiting by Dainty .refreshments of ..tea- and Mrs: O.: R., Darling and little son, ;

., (Alallle 'Belle Harris, Editor) .t Visa Klizubcth.. Aultman; Piano duet wafers were served to the following Jwholj/ / have ,been Visiting'' ,her )parents, M. II. Harrison returned Sunday "
f 1 _"KantiiHy AnitA,"' Misses Heals and guests; Mreer/ Sarah Cahoon, Mrs.. I Mr. and Mis. A. p'ihll'O\ returnee! from a three weeks' business trip to
r Louise Thoinason.\ Voice "Vet Ah John = home In ; Ohio' Mies.Thtfrerfu the 'went- toast; : II-e make the trip
Kcaman to :
-Mrs. their
Frankford, Mrs.O. ConnOjUut, '
Request i i. made ti all. patrons ,of the, Valley' Gazette to send items 'f. ''f'om'Oc'ala, with, his son, Orvalwho '
Should .
= That gpriiiff- vanish, MIlls T.. SinRlotary, Mrs .M. I.: Stout, "I 1 ieltz) flccompaaject: them as 'JIIII
of Society Events Ito the Editor for publication, in these column f' lAlijia! Grl in. Piano--"La'Fileuse! ( ," Miss Ina Mae Frfcke, Mrs II. A. far, as Jacks6iiville. I went from hero in* Mr, Harrison's- .(/ '
=f' 1 JtlsH Huckles Automobile to meet him, While) ab
Lucy Colton Mrs; S, R. Wade, Mrs J> J.
II' : i gyp- }{.+:+ -+<+}ooH+At.:.+-:-+<- >+-o+:+,...-+-: :. :-+-:-+:.+..'+' j I (O b) f-iong) from Robin Hood, "Drown W-oodaH' Mrs Jack IlassMrs.' S. J, Attc-nf.ioiV1.s} | culled to .an !ndveitUe1'icnt sent-from, Lime city Mr. .Harrison J purr

I MISS m.\Js. ENTERTAINS mentals+ which they luid'been studying: / October's, Ale 1 ,'< ( Jel / chorus .>puI'dinIlIict.iolJ! vale of property 6f ( Lnid: Company, some 3,000( acres of .
I .well aa in/ general Intl-rCst and W+aver And Voice-"Moses" Waring'MIs.\ J. C. Woodall, Mrs.W.K. / r
I' IU4 Leona (the Thatcher Realty in Kan- '.1,ll1c) in Citrus county which will} bo .
TeKoven .
the enthusiasm and the sludeuls'them- ( ), MIMI| : Koberson. Tiner, Mrs\[ 'J. M. Dyors, Mm. company
On last Wednesday aflcrhoot'i I ( ; 1 1I'I..o'en11'8.. : ford to be hold on Saturday J'VIn-uJ' WOI1((' : musk dopitrtnicnl of the school' }' was selves stimulated) and (:n'OUJ'UIC(' delightfully cnlertuiiM-n* in the high .j I| ]Kidsimmee.i has every', reason to:- be.i.proudof Selection for ,,violin "Norse II. Woodal 1: !Aliss Bessie Hunt, 1L'a. ?: ry lilt'i: and Alyulay, February i i21.Th d tiirpiMil/nej'still/ on the rt.4t
1 i
-: !i prdperty t and Saw I the work storted.j .
the music of Lullaby, Mrs. S. 11. null<)('k. 'VoiceI" J. C. Griffinr, Airs'; J.V.. Chapman, I I I *
department
Miss
school auditorium l hy MyrtjlluF. Vj
> daugJi'terf j
t Heals; 'heat 1 of the department. | I the school and ,i is Indeed: |fortJjnaU'\) ,\ Winters' Lullaby: ," :MIHS: !! Susie Mi's! Nina Hint ton. MIR. !AlarcuH Mr. eighteen:n'Id!1ft'ie.: .months Mack! (old' 'O'\tOIl; : died ,j' :Miss!. iIO0ie1'ltite;i of Columbus,
i tin I i Speer. lake\ .1 r. 111 !-'S. %. 'ass, Alis. J. I., I join. arrived
:, The stage which was used! us n reception 111ViuJ.su\ capable a teacher! at ; <,ailr Thtll relay nft.-r rimed in the city Tuesday to ,
I room' had been' arranged for | the 11''ut'of'it. The enrollment. of this club has now (Ovei.street Mrs.. A. I J.. St'eve-iH. Mrs.J. illnesK.; morning a i accept n position: with the! Hollari r
: : funeral .
r 4 services wore;
the occasion, and decoratedvitli t 1 I f 4 e" rAl j reached' sujveiily-fivo: memin-rs. ; AlcPhatter, Airs. L. II. Ingrain, ()miucted i i Limit Stole "As announced l in the ad.'I'I'lil'llw.'t .
t -'I 1 I TUKSIV; ; \ KVEMNfj; :: I : ( I PROGRAM. 1 I Airs. IIV.lol'l'ow'lII's.: N, C. Hryiri, ( at RusehiI1 cemetery: Thursday' "
l I of HUM stole in .mother'column. 4
: \ l \
r bowls of and nasturtiums pl'e"ted ,
ruses 1 fteriioon .
the o'fli-
: II H.\ : A..1 Holt /
t. : t'LlMl
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; ,, ,, festive i WO\.I.\\S I Mr.i. 11, N. IJialton) :\11 4:8.: \V, I.. I'aulk, j Miss:\ While will take charjre'of \'
(- Ii..charmingly appear j .\nother huge crowd I On Monday afternoon, :March thefoiirt.'entli. I liKllnir, The nynipiity! of the Community .
r rt was prosontTiieday :lli"s Gladys; l Caller, Miss Alatlie the dC110d8, and'women's
when I the music\ slud'-nt.s gathered readytoivem
,. :, once light evening: for the regular- -,: : the )3 I Kixsjnuneo' Womansi Wnnduir) nivl; Jtl ". R. M. (;Juice.Airs. goes put 1 1'1) 11 II'. and .Mis.: ' Hiss White is
and the I ejepuitmi'iit.
:
in animated "
groups) ( Croxton in the'r.Ah1 '.. .
I c'I pt'o'i! .timl. c'II!
,
+ hud licen, turned on. c>N|>('iii"i. < ('ed i in I the! c lines, having
I ''I ih(\ Hart t :Memorial! 'lluildinj.; for" thwinter its i second regular meeting. The topic the! ne\t meeting of this ,popular; club. : and ,
I Mrs.; L. T. Cooper, of Par.I ; be MI engaged m the Milt of such
::1;: I An amusing/ game, n sail of hunt( touiistis 'and tow-i-pco! A 'i for the afternoon will 1.(,> "The'I: WWWrou (
ton, ])hie, pastil! through Kis. cads for She will have
music I / iiiijfK-c1' (} many ;ji.irs.: .i
first ;
tho dipper, net to ( was sjili'lulid' literary t and ))1\Ii.1) .In"' humus" tn) that subject :Mrs. :Makinsoii ) MISS T\\TI'CJlEL: !.
I I I 'l'hunldllr afternoon/ : in their: ; automoAir. full dUII'gof the >tock, and plat"., to
played with Miss Thonianon) lit thepiano irinm' VMI.* rendered"a" Hevval meml will give en interesting histor-! j :Air., and! :Mrs IIV.. Boise enterItaulcd hilt'. i .. ..
,;.' h..1 herguests' : I Cooper in well-known pioI ;. .' .it lo the 1 b bt advantatT" aid:
i' then Miss 111111'I\ < l beih of the .city council were | "ret" It. ical I sketch and a roinn-wtte. by :Mrs. J.M. at dinner Sunday; plates being ,
I of | I prietary medicine\ .. mill; uf.iclur and' t I'cram( a full !fine" of tvery'lluttg.
; : knowledge of the parts inusicnl :I'1 1""hr. council has been asked to give :\ \Villsn1..Ir., the Semis of whichare laud. for Airs. F. .Vandu/.er, her in I ".
of musical : I touting) Ftc da. They, had just lint WUII1( .' \,111.1 t or need. S.e: will ,
'I inl come from SII'I.IOtl111'"c'( l.iey; had also be I''udn'iil I willing l i ': :ofill tuns 1
..; If' terms l h>y conundrums espec-ialy devised in the coiitin.i.incc ,If will be ic-ad. It was on one of the [ and l Aliss\ Leonora Vanclu.er. I ; i
"', i riedilahle, : spent some time. to give: custonn'i of the stole the
end with '
that
to a
]Hahama group, Cat Island that the / .
i t I'1 showing on the purl of time, gucsser: ,:' main-ree, famous mariner Christopher Columbus 1- tn Tuesday I"II." F. J. Vanduzer entertained W. R. SovcM-hill, of l' ...ldl.I'II. III., assistance , dic'ss.' :Air I'ei-or.s, ,1'oII'il'lII"
' | of the
I ,' Then came the real feature of the :throughout, the seuSon.; The council' made his landing when he at twelve o'clock) dinner who owns c-olisiderable properly) in'KisMmmee ''' ,
stoicinvite- the/ women of the city
afternoon, a scale match conductedalong n/l'I': )present were favorably impressed thought he hal reached the long complimentary lo her guest Miss Bertha and who has been here, for'
4 the lines of our old-fashioned. ',: with the interest shown. II. C. I sought I Indip, so that historical considerations I' Twite-hell. The guests were: Mr.';| several weeks' left today for bis'II '; to cull_ and meet her. ___ __ IJi. ,.

1 I i spelling match, I the playing of scales :'' Sta':ford l addressed. the meeting anJ i as well as the romantic and: Mr,. W. H. Boice Mss Francis | home. While here he superintended 1 I r "

I taking the place of the spoiling of I nail several I suggestions for the rOil': i charms and beauty of the Bahamas I Hay, Miss Lassie Lathrop and Alessrs ,I the painting of the house which II('

l )" words. Frank Herrington was chosen s.cation: ( of the oiganizatios. Mrs. Islands, makes them proper subject George; Latjirop!, and J. C. Blpodgood owns and which is occupied as a piirfonage -

) : as captain and Mrs. Jv.. Pr'nlis.r''[ VanlHi/.cr: suggested! that a fund bo I for the rtudy of the new club. Iof Harvey, 111. by Rev. RV.. Lavvler "and 1 Films .

1 .1 i I', Miss Ledbetter und Miss I 1'1':11",1 foi the )purchase of n flag! foi All members of the club and those II * family. Developed
}I
After I
(+' were asked to act as judges. lli.- building. The program render desiring to become members are MEMORIAL EXERCISESThe I
'. 4 a very interesting (contest the judges I t-d 1 vva as follows: urged to he present at this 'meeting Judson Centennial Memorial I Arrangements have been made by
t t J'''E anounced that Frank's side had won, Piano solo-Miss Gussie .Winn. I land to inform themselves that they I] Exercises for Chapel Building in '! the localV.. C. T. U. for a lectine by

'"f' ''i, but it was not easy to decide which Reading-.1iss Leonore Vanl I>u/.er. may be able to enter into the discusI ( China were held at the home of Airs. j AlrS. Mary Harris Armour, J known< as and Printed

;1. t ; individual hud made the best record.A Song.-:AIss( SUMO Speer. I I sion of the topic. At this meeting A. J. Holt Monday\ afternoon. Thereweie I the "Georgia Cyclone," who will speak, '
: number were asked to submit to . I twenty-three and nt the Methodist church on the' evening
guests
t Heading MIK VanDuzor. plans for the literary circle' will beI pres-Mit"
; ,; .t further tests and in the end it was Piano .solo :Miss Ada Wagner.Heading I discus.sc-d. The second regular meet- all enjoyed I u'l'rol'al11 which includes of Fiid.iy. Februaiy :2Mb. :Alls .
found Katherine Carr and Lilian caieful of the and 'Armour is said to be one of the .hosttPiiiparanie I
a study
Miss I i subject
t Grace; Winn. i i LIIC in F.bl'u:1"il be on the 28thaid a
1: Prentis tied for tint place I whereupon float duct,- :Miss Badgers and :Hiss1'hnnnson will 1 be, in charge of the Civic number, of musil'I.I'l selections. :\III.u'y speakei in I the \United,) In
Miss Heals presented. one with a States and will no doubt! be- braid" !bj.
; I' ': subject Ihgtartment.) AnnouncementI :\ (Caison and l Susie Spear) H'li-
nicely mounted 1 photograph of lice- Mhi :Miss :M.ny C'arson.Piano of the subject'' and program will he cl'ic'd, I>l'llulifu"ol'al! solos, :Aliss, LIIl'YBlI'I' a large! audience.I .

: i'I thoven, announcing that she would duplicate II I .solo :Hiss AdaVagner. I I I made later, : <( ' s gave a piano selection and I .1. :AI. :Alusteis. the f.unni' tu
{ I, the award f"i s the other. I I .. Y :Hiss ( : : violin :'
SoloIi: Susie Speer. ii w i I 'Illida1110) played a b''rculosis" ,. .spccn.li-t. who hair
1 I' At the conclusion; of the | PlilSl'M.LV KJIBIUMOKHY CI.t'B: ) acia- 24 HOURSBRING
1 program Address" W. Witherspoon.. i selection accompanied by Hiss: Lucyl I m-r sanitai'iui.i at :Newpoit.: Telin. .
p ices and delicificakes' wore seiedby Sulo ::Misj, Miiiy! (Caison.KISSI.MMKK I{ l Ituikbs.: Other) mcelingsill be held'1 ', ancl a winter "llIlal'lllll1 at I'm it l Ih-)
i' ," Miss Carver assisted by Lilian .,. .,. ., I}I :\1.J..1. Griffin: was a charming: luring the week. |lunge, Fla."s in the city; vi. Ming :MiVerna --
I .: Prcntis Marguit! Stanford Caroline MfSIC n.l'H I i hostess Saturday afternoon, entertaining i f- '
\ I I I | Holt, daughter and l III'>i nod11ra. ,)
Fripp and Lenorc Van l1u:7.Cr.: the members, of the Piiscilla LEAGUE: SOCIALAIis !
I i : A..1. Holt and oilier, former ,
; \ I Visitors present at the.cntcrtain. The mi-cling\ of the I Kissinunee31unic club ut her home nt :21(II 1 Main .street. I I : i Ruth Clark -delightfully) ('11-1 mammy, YOURSTO
patio'ilbeie. Hr :AI-tcrs
( music had 'lin excellent showing in : club held l Monday: ('\'eninlI'U" The time was ,pleasantly, spent in rtained great favonte, hate :.nd l i. liciigwarmly .
L 'f' i I scale work and grasp of the funda- largely: attended I and the following making the fancy work which will be 1 Kjiwoith: League last, Friday after- US
welcojucd hifoi'
I I by mer pa ,i
noon" at her home on Verona street.'rho tients.

': diver-ion; : of the' evening was a I,

4 motor content in which :Hiss Hrattonicreived I A. S. Nelson: : returned" Sunday from

the Bret prize and Ralph nn extended visit to liana.'hdr) ;

Laundrum: the consoj"liotrptize.' Mainly I there he made hi.. hcai's inWichita. \ Osceola Pharmacy

refreshments of hot chocolate aid: lie re-turneel in nun h )bet, .

;; salad couisu' were S'n'NThoH\ (' t"r health and says that be. feels bettor .

j>,'ef'entI''e :Misses Cecelia On'rI I now than in many: years.Vhde The Jai: Yee Store" '
street Sarah Clark, Nina Brattor, he was .I'eA'uining his health.,lie lid not ,

Elsie] .Norton>> Pnrnh"; Clark, Mattie (neglect the, Opportunity talk) abort\: i .... _- ,'
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L 'B UJ:?, jams. ,li i Dean fJ\"s;,\,s.jF i arl4fOT111I. ; ,,J'n'fl1.P'J;;- i,
wg fand: Haph! ,' und 'Un! \ '(i(. ,''(' -' "''''''?
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account of the chautaurjua being li INSURANCE and REAL [ESTATELei

rf f X41'' 6 6s .... held here tin-. .week, the regular I .'. r .
monthly' hu-me's Sash of the Mothers !
; 'Ensure
:: us your Life your health, ) cur Properly., ) :;
and T('acherlluI' > will not be held | ::

as oiinigall.v announced\ the home I i *: Information in regard to properly for !:;:

of :Airs. c.V.. Giiffin. The regular >:: sale and rent cheerful y given. ::
i
socKil of this organization I
scsjiion
i:
: In addition to fifteen :I Ij.:
which was to have been held 5 other-good) companies v.e i:

day will also I be, postponed. on am-count : now represent theel! known :;:

of the fait. that Osceola county day i iis ..
to be celebrated at the (Orlando, ,!,I .t. HOME HIRE INSURANCE CO.: of. New York :i:

; "/ 1 fair on that fiatlThe regular social j :::1:>>. G-. Gr :E :;,:
and business. meeting-- will be held ,
I r next month. I Second floor Citizens Bark, Pldg., I Kissimmee, Ha. :i:

H ; (' \-lJr: ; *PULLING* : ;. v(-. ....->.:-: .:......:..:..>.:..: ..:-:-:-:.-:,,--:-: .:..:.,.:":->.:..:..:-:-:->->-:-.:-:..:-:..:..:..:-.::.:. ..:..:..:..:..: .

i A pleasing old-fashioned; candy
1
pulling was enjoyed at the Osceola I ttoq 11oq Vvoq (I" '1f.oq 114".r.. U'I> -
hotel Saturday evening, given by
: Three. Points :Mrs W. II. Arnold, complimentary to ;

J : :Airs. Burckhalter who was leavingfor j To the Women of Kissimmee:

a. visit to the east coast. The

,guests included a few friends and the We
of
; Superiority ,| house guests. wish to announce that we have

; a a a
> i I GIVEN;) ;: .\ RECEPTION:< secured the services of Miss Dessie

Just one trial of the NEW POST TOASTIES made in our spotless pure-food White

''r :' factories, reveals their pronounced superiority. A distinguishing characteristic being I the Following G. A. R-the Post regular here meeting Wednesdayafternoon / of of Columbus, Georgia, to tape .

''" I'' the presence* of tiny little puffs. on each delicately. toasted flake. : a public reception was charge of our dry goods and Women'sreadytoWear

: given in honor of Miss, Bertha; Twitch-
First a splendid new flavour is developed in the NEW POST TOASTIES; the ell, of St. Petersburg' who is the guest department.Miss .

,. full, true flavour of the corn not found in other corn flakes. of Airs. F. J. VanDuzer. Miss Twitchell -
.
is'? a past president of the Ladiesof White is
+ Second they have a body and firmness that prevents softening in cream and provides the G. A. R.LOCAL. a woman of many

I a nourishing!, satisfying breakfast dish that one can chew, though deliciously years'experience in these lines nd
it
,
tender and crisp. ITEMSAlbert j!

will be her duty and pleasure to that

And third, the NEW POST TOASTIES do not waste in the package through see
I
:. ,r crumbling, like ordinary flakes. W. Parker arrived from the women Kissimmee find in our
Georgia, Saturday for a visit.

I Thousands of housewives have "discovered" these new and decidedly better cornflakes Mrs. Geo. F. Parker visited rela- store whatever they need.

i to the delight of husbands and children.
open tives and friends in Orlando SaturdayT.
Our stock will be
enlarged
a': f The NEW Toasties are crispet---and daintier than common corn flakes, with better I N. Clark, the contractor, visit- to meet

flavour, better body, and added economy.. .. I ed Orlando Saturday--.t. on business. the demands of the trade.We .

Geo. F. Parker spent Saturday in I
I;: Packed in paraffine-scaled, cartons to preserve the delicious oVcn-crispness until Orlando. on legal business. f invite you to come in and meet Mug

.' : : opened at your table.' White. We want you to meet her whether
I.. I t Mrs. M. M. Miller is very ill at you

,i :. And remember-they're called 'their home on Church street.S. want to buy anything or not. JJ

Y J. Bennett, who is an attorney at She it prepared to give you advice and assistance ',6
Wlnston-Salem, N. C., is visiting his

'; . NEW POST TOASTIESSold brother-in-law, B. E. Haloy. in the selection of your wants in these

John H. Huffman of Camden, Ohio, lines.DOLLAR

? a regular winter visitor and father of LIMIT
1 by Grocer everywhere ').Irs. Geo. F. Parker, 1 Is spending the

I to' ,winter with{ Mr. and Mrs G. F. Parker

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEYG.\ZETTE J. J. Griffin' went to Jacksonville Mrs. G. B. B.srdrant;, of Sleepy Eye, ')It. and Mrs George A Lance, T)r. and Mrs W. A. Wray, of Knox- Klssfmmee Rebekah lodge, No. 42,

"If H .... ... (Te1.rbon.Nall.) Sunday and returned Tuesday in a Minn., 'Arrived this 'week and III i the, Mn.\ K. P. Herring:, and Miss Alice j vAle\ Tenn., who '/'have spent' sevef-al entertained" last ,Friday evening witha

W. Published y-i y new model Overland car, which he guest of her brother-ln-lsw and sis- Haas, of Waiertown, N. Y., spent weeks in Kissimmee, left Tuesday;. for box social .at Thurman's hall. The

1i' W, n'11I1I8'A' Every K. G.Friday VANII AaAiswTo < sold to J.: L. Reaves. ter-in-law Mr.: and Mrs. CltarJesNeld Wednesday)! night at the Graystone ;t t. visit' to riant-City and St. Peters evening was very pleasantly spent

I f." _, .. ; at their country home. 110t',1ot( : hotel. They are tOUl'lngo't.he swen! burg They "-wre ,well pleased with and the lodge realized $10.72 from

.10'X ; Mrs. C. L.. Bandy and'Iii's.., E. E the city. I their automobile and. were c nrt\>ute Kisfeimmeo! ..and (expect' to return. here their effort. Among those who took

-# Naugle went to TampaThursday to to Tampa; to attend ;lJbe South Florida before, leaving' Florida" They have part were Mr, and Mrs Depew, of

Weather attend the South 'Florida Fair andGasparllla Among tho ahp.attended the cat Fair, been coming to Florida' for I nnyfeal'S. St Cloud, who sang several l duets, ac->,
Report ?? tlemen's conference in Tampa .on, ;
i Carnival.E. : -. companled the lodge orchestra..
Monday and Tuesday were C. A. Car- Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fort,' }tl'. and. .
There. \ members pres.eat
R. Cal' well, of Hamilton,, Ohio, lIon.l>1"sldent of the State Bank and Mrs.: Seth Woodruff and Messrs, j S. S. Griffin and family, of Orlando, were some fifty '
; .
Following daily . spent several1 days in the city this Carson Cattle Company; Charles Car- Wefttcott and Ciademas-- of Orlando, spent Sunday with, relatives\, here ., ; .
are temperatures -
.
.L.,..j Y s: and precipitatic'ns as reported ;s.; week representing the ,l\losler'Sar son, Rull Dnss and t Jack Whiddcn. cjmposcd a pleasant party) accompanying 1' S uni," as he U familiarly I known, if. T. Fancier; whose truck",farm is

;t by Government station ;s; Company.Williain.. 1 ; MIBS' :Mild: redLee home- from,;! was A nlember. of the state legislaturefrom. located just south of the city, brought
L. fianiel
A: citrus canker
Inspector
at Kissimmee for the week ending t ''I' Orlando Sunday They were entertained Orange county 'at t.he'last session '
J +.. February 10< ..' > H. Teake And Willie Sut: arrived in the city Wednesday and at afternoon.: tea at the Golf and acquitted himself creditably. several quarts of strawberries toy ,
s 0) of the 8tol'eel'e will remain I ,, Family
lone amongthe alto
Friday .,_ ____ 73 45Saturday ; tl club by Miss' Lee. is now a candidate for sheriff of
'Os. I '
.s
fruit ih Osceola
r Kissimmee visitors at the SouthFloudu trees county. that
;; 73: 53 + .(' left'jcsterday 'I Oratigo.county" .and his many friendshere | he picked ninety quart
I f' ---' 's' Fair in Tampa ,'Ve n sdl'Y. lie is stopping at the G' l'II'stone ho- Prof, and Mrs. R. M. 1'.\'ans I would be }pleased tu'see hint i that day off his two-acre tract, lie ,
Sunday -------7:3:) 62': ;
'' tel. l morning for TampawherePrdfessor. i I
e'1,., ;: Monday .. ___ 79 '57 :f': I t Mr. and; Mra. Jack Bass and Frank : l ,Evans ]lias consented to act !i elected.: expects within.a to few pick days nearly at picking 200 quarts, So

: Tuesday :____ 78 fiO + ''Basa went to Tampa on1 Wednesdayto J, C-Pcarce, of ISassenjrcr: has' purchased < of jlldl'es in one
a one the a liteiary con-
William Riddle wife and
) daughter;: i far he has been able to dispose of all
-
; Wednesday ._. jB2 Bfi .l::: attend"tin' ,- South Florida Fair andGaspuiilla the Central Market\ and will I
Ut held in connection with the South land '
: ( J. K, Da-A son and wife, of Chica- the berries he Iicks'at a good price
I' Thursday ____ 84 59 .24:! ::: cai'nival. conduct it in the future :Mr. Pearce a'I'e'
'
Honda Fair.
h j They expectedhome : |'It" 'Junction, I Ill]! arrived In the city -utd.is well pleased with his season's
is and has .
I 4.P. an experienced meat man {.! this evening. lat Week and! will spend some time.! work. ''
.. :M. Blake of the vis- already made himself well-liked with'
regular
M o) o) ooooM ) : I one '

.-M',.': itoi h in the city, left :Monday for a 1, customers I A l pleasant J\lil't] ty. touiing the _t.ate'These .people! spent the winter here I I .Mrs: I..... L. Poole*', of Winston-Salcm,
: : ,;
-: :" ":M:" :" :":" :":":> (< .1 four y lirs ago and expressed) their
\\ ('(-.k's'isit with friends at Zephyr- ( Wc'icgaest'\ ,. at the :Manhattan Hotel N.: C.:, Is the guest: of her brother, ,
.. and pleasure1 the
'" '' I John, Allen and Ralph Se-isiba! : of sui )rise at many

3: The Local I Field ;:I IFileinsurance ;;: hUll<. Miles ,City, Montana aimed here Bart;Monday., Lawrence They! Wur.ren were: Hen A.l1.:Wuiien Tag-, improve meats that hlltakN\ place Capt. B. E. Haley. _.. :

0> t : I :Monday in their automobile and incompany 1lis; i tin Kifcblmmee during that time: I I .
,
I Mm. Sr? Dean!' How-elk returned $ Mary Wm'I' n. Miss: Madie Waii '
with their W. C. Sen- I
oo) o) Monday from a weelH IHi'i it with ( father. i II'.n.. all of Puna, 111., and] Miss: Nora' J. \V. Lewis, who was for ten years
"sil of Thuiman <"it"t Tam1-
: her daughter at: "Tipperary fares' | >a, to Wm'i'en of Tower Hill, Ill's. connected' with the photographic, de-1 Are Your
,. taxes paid. See A. pa-to attend the South Honda fair., )I '
I
Orlando. of the ; !
near I pal Inwnt hiA'lal'hallFiel l
E. Drought, New livers: Building. 30tf of Fe'
| :Mrs: II. 0 :Moiiison, ton.
In the list of 1 lectures bv RobeitArthur \' stoic in; Chicago, bus accepted a position ) Electric Lights
Fat tender! ;Mrs Aultman ] at Mich: i i is 'Xl'.t..d to arrive tomoirow' ,
juicv'nnd meats Henry presided
, always < IClwood; l "l'"I', 'threeFlags with the Osceola Phaimacy and
found at City :MaiKet\ 'phone 44. 'tfl llilit :Memorial at "Com appeal to join her i hu-'bitudIiu hai: beenpotdirfg of
Out Fix?
]ithe Satuiday ," and "HottU'd Su'; ',svn) ':." and ., will ha,,' charge of tile Kodak depart-; i i|
'\'< uilM>tk < at the Park
Look for the "Butcher Doon inumty/ )Day These afternoons have niont. H" will :! Ind films ,
: it is< likely those will 1 Le nuljde'lamonjr ,' develop! : !punt
'PLt'e fi\e. : J lret'n atra.-"ul for the pleasure of the I, the ones! he will, deliver! I'l: )Kis- holi'l) :Mr" Moni'on: i i" highly pl'.lswith Mid the stole i i" ,now'' advertising! tw'rt.1 I Call Osceola Electric Co.
ed! J Kis-iirmc'e and if hi"if""
r I winter guests Mme in the (City. simmee.. I t '-foul' hour service on this characterof c E. GARDNER, M.r.I .
I
, When you buy bread ask for "nutJ I hi < it u" well he.t. t thinks they will,
: I I woik. :Mr. Lewis! is a young man
\ ter Nut, made by; Ret.
Mo., arrived last week to join her and Repairing
, S. S. Griffin, of Orlando, spent I ence Crow formerly of Pilt-hul1r. I : r.: and Miv: H. R Wade icccntlv man} :years: of experience should ,
sister Mrs. I 1)). W. L. Beaumont
Griffin on but now living at I l/oufrhman were in
;Monday here on bus-ihess. had a1' their jaw<-t", for a "spend the prove a valuable! addition. to the staff 119 BROADWAY
I avenue, for the remainder of the city this week\ in company with I I
day puny.lts.: \\ells aid daughlci of the store. I J

F W Hill, of Naicoossoe< was a 'the winter. Mr. and Mrs. N. Crow, of Pittshtiifr, :\15'i ... Voit :Mis" Die>i ,' :lit'". Amh'l'>;on. ,

visitor in .the city on :Monday. who were en route home after a six :Miss 1 Uuliaids andl: is'1'cl h, all )
:
I Mr. and Mrs. John Punkin of May- ( ; '
weeks' ':" :" :":":": :-M--:": ":J.*">-''':-':-'>-''':--:-: '' XJ.--X-< II
field N. Y. who the winter stay at ughinan i jIloter( ( tou"j.t"ho, mepending the y
M,'. and :Mrs, C. K. P/emg, of Nar- sue spending ,
: coo ,.e(', spent Saturday, in the city. I at Orlando were guests Tuesday II G. Brandonbertr, of ('it','ug'a, and .t! ..1.'lI-on at Oak I'.oduc in Oilando.Hiin't :Ijl: H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY ,

a I of :Mr and :Mr., S. R. Wade, ofKissimmee. ,, II. 1:. Peck, of :Miniii i apolis, Minn: , arespe'1(1ing i' X' FLORIDA. "ThfLandaf Enchantment, "It Bfinm Mon :,
Ii!
misi he "But) 'her > 0'1p..g .*. .
II G Sewer spent< yesterday and > Rap"lD.v.op"d Than Any Olhtr Slat in tit Union
some time at the (;irty.tunehotel
.
today on business ill (h IlIndo. I ;" :_:
The many fii, lends of Pat Johnston and are satin;,inr' !' rolf" cm the f BREAKER & ,BARCLAY "
i links\ ut lh' Kissiinini-i (Golf; ) ilub Hnl>eit Arthur Klwood, ofVw:: .. '
.1. I/, O\eistieet) was u visitor at of the law film of Johnston A: Gailett ; '- '{ .r. Real Estate and Insurance cf .p.o.1
.h!, of the IpetiiieMi\ ; .:'
.
They are planning to take! a hunting i'it'oiu t greatest 't'
the" fun ill Tampa on Wednesda. him able heat j, n'na.
wenglad to see to : n (
Kissimmee Fla.
:, I rap] down the Kishinnnee' 'u\ ar. j jMr on, the pl.Ufoi of the present daC.wdl : ? 7>"*:: ir::5: .. !
his office th't.'k after his 1
:again j. !II. COOPER Clerk
businessisit ; Co/on.a'io. La..". .
MilMiattei: '" was a d'lixei thi ( li-luu's in Kissini I
st i lous ill ness. : and Mis J. F.1 b'urckhnlter! and ''f''
(,II' to .\I'| ,,]>I-a on :Monday, I I I ni"e' ,next weel'I'hursday, night. Pi I i- '" ':"*<":_:-*: **':_:.*':"4':.*.:'':":_:.*.:*":--:--:-:--:'':'':--:'':''': ww4Gv4{ S}000.0 .++.548e .
i i :Mi mill Mis.: 4r G;, rollum. of Philadelphia I on I"ftIonday: ill their automobile |'Ida\' night and Saturday inirht. These .. ,
't Latence Tress [ mute to :\Mjami; whole, they will -
spent, Wednesdayat 1 now spending; some lime at I" I I"tl..e". > will l hI' given under the aus- '
1.
the South I'loi'ida fair in spend ....%'PI al'weeks \isiting. They :,,
Tampa. !
Kustis: , were guests of :Mi., and :III'S ,' pteeand foi the !benefit of the Presbyterian -

FL.-\I FOR( HE::>:-Fuimshed, Haiiy Thuiman I'riday.irs.: Col- :' were attompani c.d! (1" far, as Orlando, I i ,'hu'h.I .
01 unfuinixhfd. :'by WHEN WANT"MEAT t
;"M.V. II Arnold and :Miss Al-I i YOU
lum ;Mr Thurman'I Ioist..r.I .
is I ,
the I
at G.uetteoffice j
Apply I : biita )Hopson< who returned, l>y train :\ II Caipenter, Mrs\ William
E
i r I Senator Arthur E. Ilonpgan iLiTiy I II I Hascjuin, Jr., and \1rsV.. C, Williamsi PHONE 209 :
I :Mr, and :\1rs. R. 1 McLaughlin: and I Ii ] l of Flushing, L. I.. :New: Yolk, "
,
Mutter :Nut": bread the bread Hunter and {McC'aughen: left Sun- i \ son t
js .i childien, who live in St. Luiie county, | arrived last and ,
Friday stopping
for are
I jclav Tampa.hl'l'" they attended ;
want heed makes it and
you :yourgrover
the cattle eoifelenee., South Florida neiii Foil, Ilium) sp) :nit several days with :Mr and Mrs.< G. II. Newhouseat CENTRAL MARKET \
sells it. R-'Jt.:!
Pair 8itI| .(;tispaiiIha Cainnal.Mi. i i in the city this week. Mr :McLaughlin 411 V e"onl'Mh'el'l.. They will remain -

Judge I S. I 1)), Ih I 'eku'. of St ("loud!, : \vas foimerly a member of the until] the !first of :May They are Think about some of these for your Sun

was a businessisitor, in tic city and Mis. I E. P. Benjamin, of J hoard of county earn missionerS of St. delighted with Ki snpniee] and the

;Monday..] I I1lirdi'.on, Oh.o: are spending| the wmtei Lucie county and bus many lends, in fine weather. day dinner: Stall-fed Beef, Florida and

in Kissimmee, the guests of J. J. j I Kishimmee.Dr. I Western Pork, Butter and Fresh CountryEggs
, Mrs: T, :M. Wright of Chie-ago, is Tucker, who is Mis.I Uenjamin's un- ], Mr. and Mis. T. Q Pass, of Leslie,
': FI"ding.ome time nt the Graystoiehotel. cle. j' and Mrs L: W Ballard, of Al- Ga., who were visitors here several Country Style Sausage, Ham, Bacon

''HIIIH'e. Ohio, l\hie! < n route for Wind'rmcro days ago, have icturuej again after and Hamburger.

MrsJ. M, WilKon. Jr., left TuesIday were /guests here 8atUl' aY'j/ a visit to Tampa, St. PetPisburj and

Rifer Godwin, ofSt.. Cloud,, was avi for, Jacksonville,, where, shej at- They ,expressed themselves ,as so well j other points.", Mr. Bass was a pioneer -
itor In f ie "'rity\ionday Ife' ha. t ndcirtho'fourleent] ' a annuaU'conf [pleased with- theisul'roundings'' the' residentginthia( ; eecli9n oP tho-state HI" ,__ "_ q"f'

par h se d ew Nord ca en fi C t 11 cturnm 1 aura-1*- !1 fc"1 "r r*t.h it"t.h_ ft t11.In- a wngBved hie be ore the tow > ..
wad'ounded
! 'tttin duErnes tend tQ tar Qr c'era wee be and befor vie ailroad was I '>\ ,"11'" ".. '"' '." , ..' ',
t nd Ir oh M Lee and o ,,'t, )j ". \ .
,
/ OJ'! go ng nor h. ',\ L.'t" '<,*' !r ". ; "P', ," 's '" ,, ", \ t'M' !'frT \ .
Tspent ht. wee at anrpa attending Avery, of. Rt. Augustine;: '

the South Florida Fair. t formerly" manager of the .Fell<-mere j I The drum corps!, and bugle band l of :lIt't( His' S J. Tiipl-tt and JE:.Y

j F, C. Whitthoin, ic-piesentative of raim- conipnnwas the guest sevei.il i the Georgia, Industrial hoar. I locate< :Mis t', E (',<1'1 l-on, of St ('I''HI. pi"'s- "

the I Floridl] Times-L'nie, was a visitor l.tx1this" we .K of :Major H A. ,I at Macon (!a", passed through], I KiMmmoe ,.- ,ed tilt aigh! th; citSii'itl.iv! "I rout PURITY ICE CREAM ;
l lIul-tt'I'l , last and
I'liday ,
evening gate
hon from where the atlo ,
11 the city,t on business, WednesdayNo ; 'l.tmpi: ) .
I i ia concert' on the* street The Itojs aie' ''led: the (;insparilbr. (':iiti'val, ; and ,
: h' ritT L II. Ingiani of Osceola
finer attraction hits come to Kis- County Is expected l up front i Kissimmee '', making 11 tour of the state in- a i automobile South Moiula J'au.Mi,', Tiiple't, was The Taste Lingers f fIt's

finiini-e than is offered; in Robei' } Arthur truck also: limo'''' the (gu"sts: al thc rotary: : ,
tonight to take his thud dagl'.e''
I Ii Ij
KlwoodR. : '! in the (Odd) Fellows. Oilando I Club c'alifast, gate at .the Tampa '
I He-poiv :j, :Mr. and1rs. II E Olin; of I '
, |' Hay hotel to the editors of South Made in )Gss lI1I11ce. Special Prices to
.
A, Snyder was among those who ter Star.i Avon "P.iiK spent :Monday and Tuc-s.

went to Tampa on Wednesday to attend I i I day here us the gue"-ts of :Mr, and Florida, Lodges and Church t Socials.
: Miss: ] Anne Carson r-tuined '
the fair.. I I Sunday I Mis: l DeWilton> Alderman, at then attractive ,_ _u __,
'might from Washington. I n, C", where'
C. 'V. Griffin spent Wednesday taking -'she' has been jTTe{ guest for several : t 'home on f'ljdo avenue :MijUoodwin r. r PURITY ICE CREAMCO.PAUL
Alder'nan.
is a brother of Mis I .
in the sights at the South Flor- ,; weeks of Senator and :Mis. X. P. Biyan. I, i Woodward-Thiot Audit Co ;

ida Pan ill Tampa McKEE, Mgr.P ; .'

lUv. A. M. Chisholm will speak at AUDITING ACCOUNTING
If do not hear Robert Arthur I I :Mis J. R. :Mallette of Savannah
,
:you ,
That Fit
the Christian, church Sunday night a1' Systems H O N E 4 1 "We Deliver the Goods"THE
'
Elwood while he is in Kissimmee: you Ga, nr'rivedVeInesday i to be with her ,
7:15 on the subject of "True Citizenship Tampa, Florida
will wish you had. daughter, :Mrs G J, W. I'ersonl, who I 5't
llev Chisholm is an eloquent t- t 1
was opeiatcd on Sunday and who
is
;
Mr., and :Mrs.! E. G. Smith, of :Manchester ( recovering, nicely.R. I speaker and a deep thinker and a I ,- -

N. Y., registered! at the :Man- an' large audience will no doubt hear him .... r1I' J"I ..... ... ..... ... .,"' ..... 1f.. ... ....,. ..... ., .... .... 11.. -

h..ttan Hotel :Monday j r llolcombe; I family, of Can _ __ __ __ __ ,I

ton, )'a., arrived in Kissimmee on
J. F Fan i., of St. Cloud, was inl I I :Monday and are so well pleased< with I

the city yesterday looking after business \- the city that they are contemplating !I.! '
Hurry Hurry
: matteis. I I
: the purchase! of a winter home here. I ,4 4

Mrs. J. A. Rouse, 8 Orlando avenue, I I ]\Mr and :Mrs. A.. Anderson and f '''''. '' ., iI1 !

sewing.of' all kinCjs imJjiJing ladies' jCnpt, Simins<, of :Michigan, who have *
i THE DUTCH ARE GETTING ALL
designs
gowns, childien's wear, original been spending some time in Ocala,

and dainty hand-work. 8tf arrived Wednesday and will visit here THE WHEAT AND BREAD IS RIS : '.

William Bircher Levi! Shambow II for. several weeks, ING.

and G. F. Smith, of St. Cloud!, were J. C. Ledbetter has returned Kis- We
to CAROLINA is the latest in Sterling Silver. stock this pattern and can -
visitors in the city on business Mon- _.simmee from Charlotte, N. C., wherehe 24 tb Pillsbury Flour ___-____$1.10
furnish any piece you may want. We buy direct from the manufacturer and guaranteethe

day. has been visiting;: for some time. 24 tb Ballard'i Obelisk __u__ 1.00 price. No charge for Engraving.We .

Mr. and !Mrs. G. W. Shem, of Al- Mrs. Ledbetter in Charlotte and the and children will visit remained 24 to Sweet Marie --______-- 1.00 want you to call and inspect the goods and compare quality and prices.
liance, Ohio spent several days here i
there for several months.T. 24 Ib Self-Riant 1.00
nnn
and the
last week were guests at COLE JEWELRY CO.

Graystone hptel. Paris and son, Alfred, of Mt. 12 Ib Pillsbury Flour nnnn .55


R. T. Lambery, of I.eesburg, R. T. ors demons at Kissimmee Mich., who Park are, are winter spendingthe visit- 12 Ib Ballard's Obelisk n-,. .50 : -i1L41t,- ..-..J'ffm+f"tliV"*>''\in ** "*/lp" ... VU" ...1>***S /...** ...W| .' .A-_-. iItpi.jj

McGruder and Mrs. L. Holland, of here. 12 Ib Sweet Marie __________ .50
week Mr. Paris is
Orlando, were dinner guests at the havinghis
Graystone hotel Sunday.E. pretty residence! on Mabbette 12 IbSdf-Ririnr ______nn_ .50

street put in good repair while heie. Cloverbloom Famous Butter.3
G. Vans Agnew and W. B. Craw-

ford spent several days this week at Mr and Mrs. E. L. i/esley' and family Fancy Irish Potatoes ____nn .40 G AHOTEL

Fellsmere and other points on the motored to Tampa this week,

east coast on business.C. where Mr. Lesley attended th< cattle WITH OUR USUAL GUARANTEETAYLOR'S "ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALJGA" ;

conference and with his family\ saw I

W. Bruns, president of the Nar- the South Florida Fair and Gasparil- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA d

e coossee Farm and Townsite company, la Carnival. CASH Is now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly of the Mount Washington,

was a visitor. in the city on business I L. R. Farmer, accompanied by Bretton Woods, N4H, and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered cuest by! ;t
Wednesday.G.
'. I County Commissioners Raymond La- Kuunun.ee, Golf Cub. Many improvement now being made in hotel and p aDda..

.' M. Mallett, of Orlando, repre- nier any/ Frank Walker, motored to STORE 'CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED i

senting the Gulf Fertilizer company, Tampa Sunday and spent Monday .

was a business visitor in Kissimmee there attending the South Florida
]
r Wednesday. Fair. 18 S.TEWART AVE. PHONE.250
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I : FRIDAY FEBRUARY II, W*.
PACE & THE KISSIMftfEE VALLEY GAZETTE ,.f- ,

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J e"l.of the 'MlmiM Miss' Louisa C, uryan.ThOmason 4chr sell, *ch 1, 1'-_-- 6.00 66.00 'Iits T.' M.lIntel Murphy)Xnrtoiu o/ HunUiiR county schooj.IudKe.Llcpniii-21. hnder.call 1.
CITRUSTRESp
OVER TWO. MILLION Ij fl5.tIO I'd' hIs report j.
In the aah 1. I
? a vote, Minn J.oilU Lnwler. Ichr I..ted. showing '' 05.00( turned ov. r' to ,
MI,.H Medora HunHi-11.. Ichr Hell ..1MIHH .tJ5.g(' the cnuiity tr" i"urer nnd placed to tH. 'r
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Ichr ncli 1 .
!Ituth Clark : J.
[made for the en- MI .H Km ma t owIl. 'fich 1 -_ - 78.00nri.oo "'ft''... fr'uiltr.rJni.h'o'o'J'1* reported I the '
DESTROYED CANKER CAMPAIGN Minn IillllHti !1,016. t('I"r- H'h 1Ml ___ "bRddltlon't Chairluan. BauWSM .
attending Hell 1.. r.s.00; well In 1
: ** 1 LucyVfthoriipiioii. alll)1lnl..l) 10 look after the matfor -
\ MlHH. l Lot ljeI-44oIItlle.. HOh 1 .. 40.00
: - A.. that necessary telll.lrab.
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ntil e .
i .write BenJ. Mn. 10 A Hurnett, Hal trhr ___, 14l.O4l Ii
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committee of ar AIIMH'iCmmH; 1'950I1, 'tcbr HcJi 10- .(".('11 ' 11111d.,,' a.oullt (It a'doKln- on 'the part of f
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t '. CAMPAIGN tC'AINST.CANKER PEST IN TillS STATE HAS PROVEN tiles Star-J-Hl .li-y, Ichr aeh 8 __ 4A.HO '. of said commit. I.I I It MIU'H. trhr noli18 ...___-.- lili.OO f th fo.uiny to attend the .'{i
COSTLY" TO GROWERS, AjCCORI)l.\fl TO FIGURESVIJICH '. MItiN. Curry Y'II. 'Iehr .noli 13 ." II "irlnndo' (Fair. IIW\ 'litwril designated l I
( It 111 Isirs'v I.-I\"ch 18.'t._IIIi 11111.1111-< "iny Kbrtmrjr IMh, nil .a holIday t1r
I' HAVE: BEEN COMPILED: UY PLANT COMMISSIONER.I Ass'n. M Ins CVira J./MIIIII.I Ichr noli 16( ._ 711.\11.\ to';:: nil ;tlK'.nrlK.nla,'' : <;f Hie Count ,(
(I N CHI-HOB' ti-hr Hch III- __ .":-,- 115.111' 114-liiw/ n.,. ((ll l her hunln<'l'''. the }
j MI Oliver, President, MIa Ktli.-l. MUM, tchr Hdi,, 10 __ 8 a.oor Tlil i..lj..urn..l, until I I I h. txt r"Kular' '\
'. Mm.I i I.nura 1..-.-. tour Hch 111MlKH _. __ >ri.( o) hOIl",1. March lIt h. I
: 9'I Arrangeemnts, Knthorlntt: $I1'lfl",,". "ih I HMm 5,1.011) II':I. '|:IIK Momlny. : IWi4.L' .
Commissioner All4s"I *
1 wiulo:": NEWELL Fjant : . ', Chairman. KM I I (ori.1011 I IDMlHH __ 5.1.11(1IT (( Chairman.
I 1 Ui.rt. rude ailllH l I her Hl-h 1 H / ,.0(1) I 13. YClXVKIJU) '.
i A considerable, number ot requests disease in Dade county in well illus 'I illHH Kl.'da Iiiiollltl I I tchr Melt I I"Minn rr.1I1I, I'IUI"'I'lnl"Id"llt. ,, I'.
(l Iris Oliver tchr Colt -Id( '.55,111)M ----- -C--- .5
I have been received by the: Slate I trated by the record of infected trees; iis l.i-lla H Ia rv.,,'. I tchr noli! 1 It' 411,1(11.
I H H Moi'ruv lolir; *oh 24, .. . r.r To Drive Out Malaria
I r Plant Board for the publication of a beginning with June 1015 during buying lottery '
MVrluht.! .. tohr, sol 2" . :35 ((UI) And Build Up The
I statement as to the extent to which AVhich month (683 Infected trees were I or never wina 1.1 M $|I"'I\I' tihr; nc-h 2:1': ,),I. Old Standard' .- ITASTELRSS
.. HiittUKliiK.. li-hr Hi'li 2"' _.. :ar. .em, Take the ... SY5tey
: citrus canker hasl'&efl' found in the found. 1'rior to this! time there )had I I 1. Ii Joriliin. tel, ,' Ni'I, -2(1------' 4,'"nil chill TONIC. .

l Btata and what lias beei} l been a monthly inert-use in the nunil baying' canta .IVnrl ..lnliUKnil "it fir K<'h j 2ii! ,'I lt.i( what you ate taking as the

V JI''I made in its eradidi-lion.progress At a recent ;f,l>er of infected' trees found.In Jury Courier Journal. MlHH MIHH: (I IMI Miir.'l: .Vlxwiinm Xortiiti.: : ,itchr K'hr;: aol HC'I:,)' 23 27| 4.1 4T lit Oil:) I printed on ..every label, showing it .ill

; .I' I. |1..11..IJ'ii.. ... *, Quinine nnd Iron lit a tasteless' lorra. .
; i ,_. 'li'hr .h 2sMHH (II flt4i ( ..
4 J'' meeting the State Plant Hoard gave the number dropped to !.122:!:? and! in | Oiirn 1/1/ rI.. ti-hv, Kcli, is "" I i The Quinine iliitcs out malaria, tne ,1

I : theRe requests: curvful: ; ooiiMderalionand' ; ; August :M-IS, ut the season when'Miniatir : by ] I I )11.,1\ ,,:" Si'hrt.( ilIa. (1'1 ",'he.; 4" .." bOll builds up the y..tetu.. 50 cents .
I MlHH Its Mi-Klnzl.. ( . llir, soS, :It.i i ;3ti''')' i.tI'J.
i: authorized the Plant {Comnii.sioiilj conditions were most favorable '' I I j r of M.rH I 11 <' \VI.'I-IIT| trhr Hch) ;31 4n (in I ---- --
MIHH(l II"It I.. l-ln-rlisn." | ('|III' noli (1 4., i""
. etf lj to issue! a-ntutement of this kind. to rapid s.pi'-ond of (the disease. In1'JlI"l1Iher I !'I iii's, .I..III.. "JIihY I { . trhr Hi-h, 4" 4 1.. '''t I 4 1

,While: the Ki-riouHiiess of the pi-es- !iS2:! I infected trees were ll( : t ,i )11', .1 II/ stetr.lihr), Hi'h, :.1, H ,(,Ii I I1 I
f .. | Board MIHH 4.nla iirtmiiiil, "tl Mr '" 1 Ii, :. I"" II"" 1
) en.t .situation\ should l not be minimized found i in I halo county, i in (October? 1 I1n 1 I I MIH, J K: W Kii'linl' ''ilHiin, ) ,li'hr, s. l h.( :. ''''
!, Ml I I Is" KIMMIH: TVHiiti\ tflir ",'Ii 1 .' 4" "(" ,
in nevertheless] one which neither in November. I 100, ami IiI I )eetnlmert7. Mlwx i.. . IT'S HEREi!
.it l \ !i! 'I": "I'.unpl, !!. tohr/ .HI h ii-; 411.I I !

., the Plant )Hoard, nor, I the fruit /! 'ow- ''t ,
: ers of the state need feel 1I -IUlln<..1 I I pressing: very satisfactorily] (l.ut n. I th /,,, I I. I 1'01',K p pi-,.,.. M"lltM .li.liiihi.il.. Hch 4n. 2 in- .:,. ""
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'. I l.l: .1) S $11.| 1| S 1 I. I... I.r. "r. C 'IIIH I tl'l-IH, 12 ;.,
:. of. The policy:: of t tli- Plant Hoard'is severe reduction\ in the number of ) l / I : ""," llN.i I'. K: \'-||Ilo> I :i.'l( 7.1-t 1.../ .MlTI) '.. Hllppll-, ". ;'. ''II

I to make u. true and( accurate statement I iiipectois, I has been necessary l for I I \ h, |,' : | ]| ..(. nii-'tllm t. . tt--l. I"\V"i(. "A'ul? II<,,* ltl\W.< ; rn\ l i'ClI..*, Htjph H1II'|'| "? ...h>s ,1-7-1"H* I hI I I 11"0':I t I'. African Wonder

; of 1 the canker, I sittia'lion from reasons of economy, Hi I I / / | | 1 Vin i 9S.I"I 1\\lao < .. M.. cUi.nil t 410' South
| I y tr.-Hwiii'or." "ri'-, II 1 llurlli.y., \ Holiti I ,
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1' i 11"-
t r; t time! to time in onicr t'o set at rest j The other badly. i infected\ area of / / Ml'H" I it .\ llJirnctl, "' .0..1 l m h s .1 ....

I unnecessary and i injurious rumor's and the state i ia on Santa; Kosa. Peninsula ; I |" ) II i I I / / ("."....r. .Lt I'ulillo. '..timtc.in. .1. S,.fi-r I'.OMl.I Av 1'1",1'1 un, .. '...1| HCll / 1 Iil m.. 1 I .'.i.", ': Hair and Scalp r
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I reponts. The Plant Hoard, also fully i in Walton county, where the disuse i I ( I | | /nv,.. ,. ,i. ,I"II'1, .11" 1..1. StmuifiiiH" 151...,' .Hch t' 2.sII ,
I ( 'Ilit |hum, | |lie II I II rl.lrk. fuhl' \ "'iI. r rIt
\ (Iriiynuil.i 2
t t realizes I that the jrrowors or( th.. .state obtained, ) consiilernMe headway before / I II. lirt.!. | win. S .lnhiiH tmilllni., si Ills 1" ti "" Remedy

I 4 as well III' those contemplating\ investments the people Could]. 1 he impressed with its I :: : : : I' I.1, I.,1111,1.. $ l (:iS2ll"I I I-\ II I. .1 I id.xi.n. l.ih.ir. KI-II I I I 112'I II .
(-,1 I :; ; : : l : :;: I"HII: IVil.-n. t.-\ |I' Ta Ua li.ixs. I : is'
i :t in Florida, urr entitled to II''I seriousness, and before their cooperntion I 1 I ( '' l ; 7IIis, f, .11., . H".I.I.. ,.'l|1', .T.ill.i, J :. is.. I gets results on itch. t
i ; NIMI MIHV, I. 1..1'h\ ) ncli I IT, 4"' ..". .
4 1'4 f of the could] l b. in ., ,'..11. '. . .
secured .
frank and open statement loiiditions ? taking/ ( Mlm .1.( l ItuliiKil-ll. t'chr. ,..10 l I'. -ii' 'I.'..
I \1:1: I '.I. I It I 7 M I I'.JIKC, h 1'i; S '. : ing irritated scalps. J
HI S I I' I t 'i'811s
with .reference to Ih.i"- diseas.e.; precautionary moo su res. The peopleof. ) I I ,,, ..11.| .
I \ ', Ills : . 1',1-u I i. M.iih.. ",'h t n; sni I I .'iH. :
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l lit \ C'ounlu-N and Properties lafected. 'I Santa Kosa are now co-operating .. I I I .. x o.11._ ;:1, III =N i'i ,r,". a. 11.. '11 Sill I 1 I'I" .'",. "
1 I i Mim" ( Kll.i-l: ''JII. i4,>|Ii| ]I"; s S !I. I I ''I". It dandruff
::0: I Up to' the present time citrus ('unjt I with I the I I'lant Board in a most hearty\ I I ; ;! "" .MIS' I..IUIH, t i., .. Hdi, IH.; s s I nt 1" "" : removes ,

:f I ker has! been found. in only tWl'ntY'1 I inn n lic. Several'; I inspectors are now In I I Iof I I -II"-"I'-..-It-i,- MH MIH I t |, I It I Kullu.M I, tin|IIKC\' ,,. Sh.idimli. IH.; s I I'ii S t Sli I I'I I I I I.I I"''i'I''',.., :I It and keeps the hair soft ,
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: one of the fifty-one counties detailed] for duty on the peninsula] I 1 : I. lint I > 4"T; ; MlHH I !. m Ill-U.lc i MlllH.I I I Ill(I S S I ll I I ,, '," I r
I' I : MlFK'l, | ,1,1 | '....I (III II.I I 1'1"t S I I' I I"' "" and pliable.
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I H I i ida namely : Baker Bay, DcSoto and the numlwr of infected trees is I I ) . ... . I :IOIb'; j; MlHH I I"I tin. <"I''."., M h 1 I'i It: s S I Ii I I I" "'ii I
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I. .j I' mi : I I I. I. S I. < ., xup Hih it; 'sj s |I" | I I I '.'. '
) ) .,,, ,
: Hillshoro Lee Marion, Pinelas, St. beingsteadily decreased. ; | '''H; | ;,
7.1155 1 IIiiHi: ,,
Mi .
II Klnxl Hi-h :ln S .
I | (. .1\ ,','II| | I lMcllt.l l- : "is Preparation can be j
I 9 Johns Seminole] Suwanee, Hrevard, ('omd i n urd I Inspection' nnd EYad" ica( Ion : ., s7 "I :, : .1..1.. ",,."", Hih 41". S S I" '
I i LIIIOH I" "" f
i' Broward lade) Escambiiv Jefferson Work Necessary. I - -. I-' l I'> Mil. ,. Hdi 1:1: s s I' ::1 i 2'. "" l found on sale at the .
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I'h. | i : MlHH < 'a'I: , |, Vim.,, It.h 1 1:1.1: S S H 't (
: Pasco Palm Beach Santa Rosa St. ( / | i-r lint :.n. :tiiI i I"'i
In .
I the case of all other infected, MlHH: li.t'i' > HIIIVCV HI h .I s I i'I :. "" r rI
Lude and Walton. The infections in \ : .If.Im( :ll.iiHflcn.( : : ;,:: l l.il.r M h II'| \ I PALACE DRUG STORE
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.: i' properties in the state, the infected .. ,.. ;9II i Il.: S; S 11 :t) I
> 2.
1 the first eleven counties mentioned trees have been, promptly )burned' upon ( 1 I | '.I I l'ts Its: I I'lllllltlH I'.ritH. HIJp HI'll. I IS S I 1.:1{ ti I :' I

I are traceable to nursery stock I shipped discovery and I he co-operation of I i I ( j :0 \ i ,'II.| oo. ,;1' "H'I'i C.l.. I s;| s I ll.lu 11 :I'l tMIH Hllp HI |hH| S ,V 1.171'I Smoke House BarberShop

from the GritTing Brothers Nursery ". ii It l I..I.: | ... itanH pupils( Mih' I, I
growrs and others ha been e-ilisted -- a. S S I i. :s ''. .. Butler's Tonsorial

at Macclenny prior to the time to such an extent that only few : I I l I : / I I :tI. :2'I MltH I.Ul.l. """"0.1 HI h .r.. 8it: :- l I' I 7. "IS'I I I
in a r ist 1 .1 M I 7I
"" I __ I 1'1. "I'I., ii, ",'h "'. ssn i .''. ,,,. Parlors Barbers distributors .
V <' of the discovery of canker in that nursery fnstances have there (been secondary I : Miss? I fljim 1 I HIM I kilt m ,,'h js s: l I' 4 I" "," ,
;8.l i ii II I
I and prior to the enactment of the infections. infectionshave I' c.fi t I I : ,.. ... a.? Ml" .H i I', I lie ItllltlHlll-ll., I'l S S I I't "" for this territory.South .
The secondary I.
i I ] I II Kaiil IHI.II( II'IIH pupils S 'Ii" I "I
I :.tttt; ;"|//I
Florida Plant Act. The infections in however shown the absolute \ I .ix lull Mix( I Kiinlc. ., Illi Inn, ilsoii, sih. 7 s
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J the other counties named have been il ("(. - ::12" . 20,1
necessity of continuing precautionsfor Mm :Nciii: \\.ih.ii I.. ::12< s I n It; r. IS', African WonderCompany
traced to other sources. Tim ---:,-:,-:...i- 7lIs, l\a :Vlsinnii: 1.1, i.'l: ,5' s: |I" i; 7. 'III'
many months after the initial I I I I I I I : list I II \\.th.ii I I.... \Mioii I :"i'.s s: I iil H; 2 11II
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Of the thirteen counties which are outbreak of the disease and fancied .pit (II.! > \V lit. . IK- WlllKl I A.- lIe Hill i" r. ""
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Illl'k \\
I gh . I I I i I I.4'' :.;tl 1 1I .hl".1| Hill I'llllX 2 10 .
: the heaviest of citrus
producers security by the growers of a community l .,. i... 4.I. \ KlII.. .l.ll.l.l. HI ll In ::1, .."
pr .1 Vi llail..r. ,,,,.1 I M.I. !iII '.
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fruits canker has been found in 5, I I I 24t'; :92
I after a few months have elapsed ... ..11. IStiilllnu.. lal.nl Hdi I :2: r. .
but this is no indication that the disease without further outbreaks is perhapsone ; - 42an :':. \V f II..,,.,. r.Tllllr.l( Hill I IN' I .." I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
= \ n".I\. \li-v. 5..nk.1t SIM I lj ,
I does not occur in the other 8, as of the most dangerous things with I ,' 47 SSI l I' :< 1 ,... [ ?
funds have not been available] for HU 1 : / m lint 2:1114: ( Tho, fulluw Inn t 1. .ii I In. .ix KII.. .( (.. 30 Mutual Life Building
which the Board and the ftroWers' 1.,1".1' ..,
J ( ] I. Miilxh( ( the, tfiniH( ( .I' Ih (.1- I
even a cursory inspection of them. have to contend in the dis ,,' : ; . --LMT74 3 Iii his. I.. h.,...., I I' L '..r S s'l',ii...1 I I It
eradicating !! I . :>.>. n.j 2Ii'" .. j Kullll'l-" 'IU h.,. "ls.i, s.'Io.l I. 1(1.1, ; a- .I
Citrus canker has been found in
ease. j "'t 1 Ii.!ui 23
: I 378 properties of the state, and there "X ,..II. -.
There thousands of
are many acres . 21 I"'
have been thirty-eight foci or cen- of citrus groves in 4.he State which to
It'' ::1.1
ters of distribution. have not been inspected at' all by the l " list ;.'.!; .

The number of infected trees plant. Plant Board ____ --- -; POLL TAX
inspectors and until ]I"'i.v ; NOTICE -

ed in groves'and found infected up thorough inspections can be made of .;: ., ,... IU I
l ] .
m t Iii42; (
i to the present time is 10,396. These the entire State a constant end serious I't", x ..11.

have all been burned -and along with _ :Ii -*.
danger exists in canker infections I .
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: : them with the owners' consent 47- which have not yet been discovered. I ) i-r i lljtt_ 114 I !S II III'7' Poll Taxes must be paid on

ZZ7 other grove trees which have been '

1 exposed to infection but which had The Greatest Menace. _-.___ lii4B,
Without doubt the biggest menaceto : ., County Tri-nii,. ..or, "before SaturdayFebruary
not shown visible canker at the time i 11I1",-'' OHM
the'citrus industry of,.; the;; State Q Qa | ) "a'if.1
\ they were detroyed'makingatotal, . .
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now:? I is | thot in nearlyj'every
.of ; presence} l"no4
; 67,608'. treeslr.'destroyedion n-> ; Mtttn-. -!..,; jld f2v ty efJ?! t k.i i ruf.Jtr. J' / N 4.. : ; 101
_; (account of'the' disease1 theTgreatt! maTi V8- 9t"j I f" q .' (
whlcn'were shipped, out .of the Grif \0(1 vnrrnntii. IH.
jority: of them being four years of .
fing Brothers Nursery during the ', ...
j i : I ,.1 1 '
and An there Trom > < i I "
are :
age younger. .
C I ,i ( i I: I I ''' .
seasons of llt-14!) : n>id 1914-15.! The--
: 13,000,000 to 20,000,000 trees accord.ing 1 .- : t : , i : iI i '. '"
t roeaggregute for the two ea-op I :, , I : I I II .", C. L. I IJAXDV 1 >
to different estimates in the citrus y .ht I : -> iI.M. ,
appi oxuiuitely! I7ltMMI,! ( ( ::nd, i.staUd ; 1 : ..
I groves of the stat, these figures ; Mini, ) ( I) i l :, I Ii _' -. .

r' show how effectively the disease has II aliove, infection' of eleven loirities i oft I, 'I'| )' < ( : :: i j : i : . I I t t I 1 ". h I Ii 4" ."... Tax (l ( ) IICCtf.( )
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t the state have )been due solely 1.t to i I | h I I' ;
been limited) in its' ,pi-end. t 'I" I t I Ii I II. ; ..0l. .
I t these t trees." The I ']:\nt Bo-ird bus ev-i I J.li 7 s.I "
Up to the present'time I lid,12./ : :! nursery ,. ,
I i : I \ : t I i i ii i 2. :t..I ,
'inled lammiithutisaimd dollars! in find- .
: trees hnI'n, found infected., ]P "(',-( I ( :: I I I 'I ( I I 1 1"I. ", I r.
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I ii.g. will inspecting) / these' t trees" and ini / ( ( "li- -. Ii I -- - -

;, : These have been destroyed and along a hiig. the owner's prrmi.s"on, to detioy 'i ) } t : ::: ;]JI.(::| I" I : (| |; I,t I .i Il K.:I"I Ii I : ': ::IS:: .

with them, with the OWIHMS'con <- > ,t, eta i iJ'lwl I . , ..
: j : I :( i I i 1.1 I I ii i .t: I
.t I I them it i realized. that FOR SALE----CASH I'
a.s : I
canker 1
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.. 2,185iH4; ( :! nursery" tit'es which! b.ul. : : ; I I I i I i (h I I ""' PREFERREDOne
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develope. on j "f them at i ; i I t "I I. I "((5 I
::4 ) been exposed, to i infection have IKIIdestroyed : may any |: l-' : I l I ',, '. I I1 II 'It.: "("'
: any I ill,,'. L'p to t the pre"- 't time " I ,. "" block of Five
t : ), .1Iwlutlll1"e/ (>,lIin ,. It I at ) Lots in South Part of Town. I
.
owners "ha /given consent I for I hekstrtmetin | 1 _
; should not be thought! that) t the destruction j -' : 1 : :; I' 250 foot front 208 foot
of :{.1liOO: () ) of these and if I II Ii depth. Rich Muck
of these trees will ntfei-t tne sity ( ; \ i
i I the l owners of the remaining: / ores only! Soil adapted for Banana or Truck
7 : price of citrus nursery stock or cause I : ;:) : ; ; I ) i I Growing.

: any scarcity of the latter. The records knew the danger which their continual i i in I I \ ; Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make your
presence' involves permission fUI'// \\
r r: of the Nursery I litspt >!1' how the 'destruction of the ,rest of them :.tI I I h home pay for itself.

.. that there are approximately :20,000-) t(0.'.' I II _
would be forthcoming' at 0111'''. :
000 citrus trees, of which fully half ( | !l Two Lots--Lake-Shore Addition. .. Beautiful *
Fh'ralid :Needed.In .
; : are already! budded, now in the certi- spite of the pi ogress which has I l' .... : j I BEAMS i situation facing Lake Tohoptkaliga. Ideal _

'fied nurseries of Florida alone. The 1 ; ::
: I IA been made.. in the | for Winter
precautions i now thrown. about, citiusnurseries c.tinp-.ijr'i ngainst.citiiis ( ,j :Stit: I spot a Home. A few minutes walk
canker the I Iii'vertheless
llama Board, i is
are. so thorough/ that I there I confront I with t he neci'ssiiy K I ( I ANGLES front Country Club House. Telephone and

does not H lie ,I.-, ; I
appear) 1 ) any possibility i I"
I(I I i o f I''I"'I"'II"f"I'I' t / tim liv All Shapes. Electric Light Wires run by the lots. Golf
of infectcHi trees to ,\ I
: trees, or exposed | I I
': 'month, to ,'om1I1I citJUs I trei, ,. i in the'' -course
I
the A
; infection being shipped out of Florida i La 1; : on spot. Bargain.
1| nrifrhhoi( ) ) hood( of former" i'ffcrtmnas, i :
: nurseries in the future. ;\ !' RODS
Apply VALLEY-GAZETTE.
well as the 1 11.00(.( () trees: from, th'i
:. : .Out of I the :UTS piemi.ses on which 1|1 at < I ,
( ;iiifling i / mirseiiewh'ch, air li-t t I I)ii- II f
canker has been found !U I |nenneTiave < :\ 1 ; ) _
ut"d over the entire 1
slate. :i BOLTS
been, decl.n--d( 'Yleun" by the Il-'i) : ( ; i
: |' Although the :State: of 1 Floudn" .) both( I -
and the imposed I ; '
Plant Doitrd 'iiiarantines| : :! ; i
tthioiigh its Legilatrfie, ar 1 its cili- .
: by reason of t the infeitions ha"1 I M .
| CALOMEL
All Kinds. DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER
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|' y.(?!l.. will without doubt' l provide" lilieially -
1 been raised except that the iVplant- : I I .1
rutLb welfare( againthis'i :
lag of -citrus trees i in the iif..ittlpropem '
(-.dh"fUI';; as long a !10.. |
may nece.siry -
ties is not yet pet 'nutted., I PLATE
.-: ( the tusk ,of Its el"adicalii'-i.. ; (( i- innvxlucb i .I MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
Of the !)1 premises declared. "clean"by : ,
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is too tremelulous for I the, State 1
1 the 1'lunt Koaid i three} have since ]
'furies! to accomplish( unaidod..) '! It i.sI STEEL _
shown I infection but, the circumstances I

: were such that it was not. possj- I !most propel ly a ituation which ... i Tone tonight. Your
( j I should\ be dealt with by the Federal "Godson's Liver Tone" Starts Your Liver / druggist( (; or dealer
;' ble to determinehelher, these were ] TURAL ,'IIH you a .10 cent bottle I of I IJoI.n's|

secondary infections or infections Covernment.; The mvnace doe's not : Better Thai Calomel and You Don't Kivor t Tone !under my I"'1'0011111 I ImI(11107-

ithnpten the Florida citrus industry ] luu'k gii(,rat fl La.. that eat'Ii s|l'cxnfiil I will
I i from outside sources. All three case i il clean, our.Kl\if-piHli\ liver U-tU-r
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r j alone, but also: that of the Gulf held ESCAPES Lose a Day's Work > tlinn a
; I occurred in Dade county.) Fl'omll! I Ij j d..n 1 (If "''LI't.1011I1'1. I I .and that I it won't
,) properties therefore eradication of I II' States and even C'alifoirnia and Ad- :!l< # (; : mukc you Kick.DodBrtn'a .

j :\ Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel
zona. In its bearing the cost of
( the disease is thought: to have been on WOODS. fine anil 'cheerful ; mmma4e your work a ] T.ivpr Tone is real liver

I' .. complete. livinp, the eradication of the diseaseis pleasure ; he vigorous/ and full of ambi- m<- ljrll1(>. You'll know it next morning

-.. of diiect personal interest to every for Competent tion. flut take ,110 nasty, dangerous/ because you will wake up feeling tine,
Diaease Generally Spread in Two '
r t citizen of the United States. will of Work calomel because it makes you sick anti >oiir liver will 1st working ; headacheand ..:::\
Counties. dizzini'BH Htomuch '
f for Road you may lone a day's work. gone; will boBWect """

In only jwo; counties of the state Calomel is mercury or quicksilver and bowt-U rcgulur. -

.have! there been areas in which citrus CHICHESTER S PILLS Work. which causes. necroiiis of the bones. Dodson' Liver Tone. Is entirely veRB- .

canker has become widespread. Ore I..dI..t A.k ::. P.gght DB4ND.; yv Calomel crashes into sour bile like table, therefore harmless and can not

C''I..__. lM..4 h...or.. dynamite, breaking it up. That's when Bulivato. Give it to your children.
'of these was Dade county:; where the IIlls I. ... e4 61"" .t.lik you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Millions of people are lining Dcxlrton'n
1 b.,._ ..ts5 5l.s .
:1, t great bulk of the work of the Plant ... .. Listen to met! II you want to enjoy Liver Tone instead pf dangerous calomrl l

Board against citrus canker ha been 'HaAI5 kIIUYI&R.laetlD VILLA. *. ... ing. the nloett, gentlest liver and bowel now. Your druggist will tell you th'.1itbe
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.. _. 0--1_*.II_ cleansing. you ever.experienced. just take sale of Calomel i I. almost topped
done. The progress made against the tD lroaoo6lSTS mmt'IERIiI' ( FLORIDA a ipooanu\ g f harmless Dot on'. Liver entirely hero.J .

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I(! who would let his cow bleed to death kainit and acid. This year it will be mature/! For some purposes, such shade-Spanish ,Brown, yellow ,ochre, }
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a I from a \barbed wire cut or, a stab from Impossible to get the kainit, consequently as covering hen of hog houses and or common.day." -

Agricultural News Notes a stick Now whit do you think of a great many attempts have .
stables ]
where
a cheap antiseptic material -
d[ tbs man who would let cattle ticks been made to substitute other materials. DREAM COME TRUE
Is heeded, whitewash 'Is !
FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY-OF FLORIDA suck his cow1 blood Of the two the UI'1CX" "Did you ever dream of being a
celled. The following recipe Is offeredby
s'' COLLEGE AGRICULTUREmi man who lets his cow bleed from a P. H.Rolfs, 'dean of the Universityof : pirate when you' were a boy'"
% t wound ..is the wiser and more merciful. Florida. College of Agriculture, E. S. Pace, district agent fortheUniversity "Oh, yes. Isn't It.q eert' Now I'nt

.t t The wounded= i I. the only one that calls attention to the fact, however, of Florida Extension DI- in the: prosaic business of managing ii

CHERRY LAUREL, MAKES I Ing has, according: to A. P. Spencer, cqn,be lost I< in the first Instance. The that' no other plant food can take the vision, and Is taken from Farmers'Bulletin an automobile repair shop." -
.' GOOD HEDGE district agent for the' University of although 474: "You didn't" miss. It eo far!"-Birmingham
jticky cow lose just as much blood, plaoo .of potash,, and attempts to use
"Half bushel 'of unslaked lime
I i Florida Extension Division, (Is' that she may not die, But that Is 1 1f table salt of ball potash will ;'prove a ; Age Herald. ';
One of the Ijest hedge plants for the grass will get ahead of the weeds, j' not all. Blood sucked by ticks, goes :,. disappointing, Experiments have slake with 'warm water; cover during I .
: f the to keep In the steam
Florida is th 'naUve cherry laurel. It June 'sowing's will have to' compete i to., produce other ticks which get: on shown that it Is ,the potash, element process ; The most fashionable coiffures are.
strain the
liquid a's.ieve high. i i
makes a good growth, thrives -under: with crab'grass and other 'weeds 'l and I. other-cows1 Still that is not all. As i' In kalnit that 'J produces plantsi 'which through or _
close planting; and bears pruning. For maybe 'smothered out before it gets long as the tick lives the Texas fever 1 1I are resistant rust. Ball potash strainer; add a peck of salt' previously -j Moire Is particularly.good. : for full \ .

,the man who hag not much time to" 'a start, although onle.it, becomes established organism will be propagated and as it is popularly known, contains no I :, welldU, '.olve
devote to ornamentals it makes the it is capable of smotheringother I transferred from one cow to another. potash:! Potash in this. particular is pounds -'of ground rice boiled to a -. ,
I thin paste and stir in boiling hot, half
ideal hedge, because it requires little plants. Now who Is.he. more profitable a misnomer.To I Ii i iI
i a pound of powdered Spanish whiting !
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care. Jatal sown before February is apt mc.mbr of society? The man who make up for this deficiency ex- and a pound of 'glue which (has been. MUST ANG

'V J, It grows wild in the hammocks of to sprout and be injured by frost. If .lets his own cow bleed to death hurts 1 tension'workers are constantly calling i previously dissolved fire .,
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certain= sections of the state, and can sown be dug -directly from the wood whereit lie dormant until wa'rm weather and gates fever ticks hurts himself, his 1 in the preparation of soil and greater the stil Sprains, ,
mixture well and'let it Stand
is available, and planted In the come up before'the weeds get a start. i(r neighbors, his state and the whole thoroughness in the cultivation of for a few days; keeping covered to ex- Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism I.

hedge row. :The change may be too The seed should be sown on' well I South. Vet one is more quickly con- j plants as well as the use of all farm I clude dirt. It should be put on hot. Penetrates and Heals. .

much! for it, however, and it may not pr.epared'land anti coveredlightly.. demned if he )lots the wounded cow I manure that can- possibly hit made One pint of the mixture properly applied -' Stops Pain At Once
thrive. The best. Some have found it advanta- i .be the !, a\'nilal These three
way to get a start, growers bleed auke neighbors can see important '
will
Small
cover a square yard. For Man and Beast
according to F. F Ilalma, assistant geous to mini the. seed with sand so I jb'jood. In tho other case they. only] |points will not supply the need of pot- I' brushes are best. There Is nothing ;
25c. 50c$1. At All Dealers.
horticlilturfst to the University of that a more equal distribution of seed I see the ticks. ]II1.-h. but; will in a maasuie help to
I' I ihut can compare with It for outsideor
Station may be had. A spike tooth harrow is ''overcome the difficulty under which '
Florida Experiment! is to
ani-mal inside work it
I I I and retains its bnlliancy -
plant the sed. Sow them during the too heavy for covering. A brush dragged : ) farmers! are laboring. I for many years. Cooling matter liNIMENT !

winter months They will require :| over the land is usually enough Florida College\ of Agriculture, calls I may be pub {in and maCe; of any t
about eight months to make plants 'I'it is probable that seed sown before attellion"to a recent bulletin Issued !SLEEK COAT HEIPS;:; I !y,

I'D or 12 inches high"big' enough to set a rain will need l no further covering. by the United states Department of | SIIOW ANIMALS \VINXo .

in a row. Plants may t>e taken from '! Agriculture. Thc 3:! following .statementis
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the seed bedto the nursery or planted TREAT POTATO SEED quoted: "It costs only 50 cents a matter how much blood nn animal :

directly out. It is also possible to BEFORE PLANTINGSeed head at most, including, the first cost bus, 01; how much conformation,

plant the seed where the hedge IK (tpj'rig' | ; vats, to clear cattle of or how fut it is' it will have% little ?tr lRSI

wanted and then thin to the desired potatoes are the cause of then: blood suckers.! It costs about chance of winning against animals .

spacing. many potato troubles. Scab, rot, .: $50 to $100' to build.u vat, nod you I iluU have been well groomed. The i

blackleg and other diseases are com- i can figure how much of this first costa mnn who intends to show steers or FER {

COUNTIES INTERESTED monly obtained from seed. None of head is if divided among all the calves I at the mid-v, iy.J/y fairs should (

IN PIG CLUBS these can be treated after the potatoes ;I, cattle near the vat. Five cents a Sieailw'll put a sleek coat on his animals., ; \ A I DIFFERENT -CROPS REQUIRE ;

have come up, Remedies consistin I ; pay for enough arsenic to rid well kept, well groomed animal is at- DIFFERENT KINDS OF 1

About a dozen counties have organ- seed sterilization. Dr. C. B. Sher- : your cattle of ticl bakoff, assistant plant pathologist to the beef animal bus I boon freed, from are not the least to he considered in
It is
ized for pig clubs. probable that the basic elements are the same the 1
is the University of Florida Experiment ticks because it can be sold.1 in the I tilting animals for the ring. I
e many others will follow, because it I of the ingredients 1
the intention of G. L. lierrington, Station recommends the use of cor- open pens at the stock yards in competition j In addition to keeping< ; the dirt and t amounts vary.

state club agent for the University of rosive sublimate, mercuric bichloride, with other free cattle it 'dead hair combed out, ll, Ii. Clayton, FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE ;

Florida Extension Division, to have solution for the treatment. brings from $5: to $10 more 'n head U-"?,.tllnt animal industrialist to the MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS.

the corn club Boys take up the work. This will not cure all potato diseases than when offered for immediate j (I'niversity' of Florida: Experiment I .
but it will prevent the introduction slaughter only from the quarantinepen. 'Station, would have the horns polish- ,,r
They will have feed from their acre I N Each sack:: is marked to show the important j
into the soil of the bacteria of ." I led and the Will hies taken from: their
of corn on which to raise the pigs. I ; elements. 1
Various organizations, such as blackleg, the organism of scab, and Think of it..00( cents a! head to ,,1V I.,.. Hoins may be po'iohe.l with a Special Formulas for All Florida Crops

banks, boards of trade and school will prevent scab if the soil is not already floe cattle of ticksLEq"I'I'1 =! I't'' the and subsequent; rubbing; with
-i'iid 10: ,. should! : lie Write for Quotations.
boards are fostering the pig club infected with it. It kills alsothe --- 1111)11'1'1:1) ( ,

movement Mr. lierrington advises fungus Rhizoctonia, which besides : DIMM') ITNCTSATTACKS ; I 'illl'l'7l'.1| out of I the h-.lcs ..luoughJnch / I AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS.
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that cure be used in selecting the making the tubers unsightly by forming ("E.Xil HE \XS \\ they brei-the should !h,' plug I INSECTICIDES.
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shouldFee black specks on th" skins often: ".d! \\itli; paf.i'in or some similar: inatiial. -
membership. County agents
that adequate provision for feeding I reduces the stand by killing the The \I'niversity, of Florida Experiment I, 1.I 1. i i INDEPENDENTERTIUIER COMPANY'

and pasturing the pig!; is made. In sprouts. The treatment will be neutralized Station! has; received spoc'invjns! I (live; marls a clean stable and beI '.

those counties where the bankers are I to a degree if the land in of beans and peas recently which; were I I especially careful of the show pens. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

lending money for purchasing animals which the potatoes are planted is dis'I1.d. ntt-acKed. by a white mold. Th's;, is K'ep them clean' so that the aimuK: ;

extra precautions should be I ( But it will prevent .the introduction I th'-' same fU"'tgus which causes" stem II will he in attractive condii'on; when ,

made for their care. The debt is to I' of these diseases' into clean rot of cucumbers, and watermelons, they! are visited by th. judge: ... a _

j be cancelled from the sale or the increase soil. ':''whit? foot rot of celery, and lettuce I i
of the and neither will be I The method consists in immersingthe
adequate unless pig proper facilities are sc-d potatoes in the ""';solution for bans above grotinil. Indications: arc I .:\1 I.[.T..H. TIIK i 4 Ii.T..OI. : IH'r. i-( t

provided. 1 I-:! hours. The strength 1(-<'0111- ,, that the disease is. beginning; work Considerable whitewashing is done I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

-- mend; 1 i i.< 1 to 1000. An ounce* of the also: in lettuce field". I ii: spring/ anda( demand! hr < grown form II We quote fresh cut flower for week beginning January 3, at follow: ,:

DATES FUn AGENTS'; ; I'crystals, which N the <-ho .
(; \ROl'l' MEETINGS; SET in 7; gallons of water will give the the fungus produces blackish irregu- American Beauties ._ 10.00" "
right strength. The hichloriil.- me'u"Y' ,'- li-.r bodies, which under favomble( conditions Carnation, White and Pink 1.00 '
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Litlie of the .
Valley 1.00 "
Dates for the group meetings of th can 'be, had in tablet. One tablet produce small mu.,hrnoms.These Roof for Your\ Use! Eater Lilliem 3.00" '!

county agent under the University tn a pint of "Il'1 will: ai-r give' give rise to milions of jninutc In one made ..fJAXON all Sweet Pea 2.50 100'
of Florida Ext"Il-inn: Division have the right strength. The lime solu-s spores" which arc readily sfRi'cad to : IUarAL SIIIXGLE Double Violet 3.00 100
Tour rooflnir troulilr to rtlirtnhrn
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been set. The first will lie at Chipley lion cannot he u>ed fur more than l1'i.thhol'ingfi..1ds: by the slightestbreeze. 1 .. hill6LE" litlil lhr c 11101.tt.a1Jrr.uV Narcissus l.OO dos.

February 2.$,, }jn which all 'the agents I three Jots of potatoes and, its advis- The; only known method of or JltllN! HOOF. tour on'tH boy ran K mull HH?. MISS JEAN CALDWELL, i, imJr.e Agent ,a
i able.i l : t twice ; cuttroatc the disease is to watch theSFrop'fiXrefullyJan'd i IMT ttiptn. Ilammrr and null are the
wst othe ,Apalarhicolalvej\; ,,will beincluded j6.UBgy$! ,.on1yJ .1)ohat, Controlling! '' only lads rrfiiilrfMl amt a they are Injtvrlocklng <
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.li pb crltoe a mhe are d "troy.Il'I1).atrect.' the hlnnleii I are ru.rrelateIna. :
T agent wIn moe'fl .
am lfc.W P"- > iail5! *">.. .11
; ",; ..., B mfg 1 X I T1 text ) ant m 1 la' red 01 a ed_p 1\ 0pr f'Ultfrn:\ 10dIDe i .. r-- i" .IL: _.., ) " ""' .j I"--\i'';;;;'!.:;;: 1\'..;,:: :. 11< ],.,. .. ;'; ,-,' ':,;' ;.,'; .-
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all the agents east. of'the"'Apalachicola : -* )po son' 'II not Injure"the ee. Do the ground' w 1 tIle dls'a pp I' 'J I {>'it I "" \1

and west of th-" :Suwanee' river! not \lenv the solution where' animals: ;' with u good 1 fungicide, such ns nm- ,

will meet Tiny\ will I lie at :Madison or" persons may drnfk it. Mercxny! : lii- nionincjil solution of t''PI'r[ | carliui,; (

I'hloiidt-, a deadly pal''oo.1'N111ISI'f5' atir, tu llir.t the fin: truivill not 1'.1" !
the following day.The Metal Order Trees
Shingles Now Get Your
iigi-Dts ctrl I -if, the Sinvanoe - --- -- b'y i\\, vrgelni1 brni'i-hefh Thou--anil: | ; Ready

and north of :Million, county will] meetHt ( : : SI'KKI.KS: : of doll:., are lost l ( tiiiiuii.lly front, tin.ilintii'i Save 3570Insurance

the slate -411 IMIII farm nt 11'iiford l .XT CXTTI.K: CI\: f'IltEXCE: and gniueis' cannol affinl Inlet Land Still Time to Plant Citrus
/ it unhiidered. ;
lal''hL:! )Some' of those agent will -- jro : |
l KuMi.MuVch ; Two members of the;' University. of ------ :
the next mooting at -
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Citrus fruit should I IK-, ]
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COTTDN) ( (;UKUS( ) MISS I'OTASII ]planted> !
; -I 1 and ': which will consist, of Florida, faculty will belies at the
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the South I'lu1'l1t iigeiits., The same Cattle Confidence at Tampa i ; Feltrnary ; -jrtii

group will gather, at S.(llfOI'd March: 7; and S. C. I.Vilb>iiihbprofessor" The cot tun growers of l-'lorida 'ticup Thin. In MAHKH worth: consideration IIOMK. AI>on III ronrimtt. UNKMircriiooK portion( of tin- >t ::i-oii remains jmcl they may l be

7. of animal huslniixlry\' !" in the college, agiiinxt the difficult! propusition( of A NO i..<..irTM.NUI'HOOF. put\ out at any time within Mtvcralieks.; .
will breeding mi-ipli-s supplying sufficient potash for, t the ,
These meetings fur bold! especially speak on pi uppi I
for the benefit of the agents with a :"il to Plot Ida livct<\'k. J.'II.: n.'eilof the cotton plants.: Formeily B4 nd for our 111un("44 ralaloeu.. .. Soint-1? growerwho.. contemplate: consideral -
full
h'o drorrltillou mill .
view of giving them new ideas, to apply Scott animal industrialist to '}jhe station it Was the practice to use u laige price tleod today.; >le planting this, spfiug have Beau' delayed in

in their own (Om des. They make. ,,, will speak 'on feeding: and: maiugement : umount' 0f kninit ns an after dres-mg, THE FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS( one way or allot her.: The.-e.: '('1111 get their tl't'e'4ill
iti 'the fertilizer formula. In fact ;!iI
surveys of conditions in the vicititywhere of fattle. or 3650 Cverftrccn. Ave Jacksonville, FlPROMPT I the ground in ample: time if they will start
Jnl'l't.hit representative The Cattle Conference will \bp, held I the favorite fertilized for cotton was
they I' right now to prepare' ..tlilIUIHI.( .
and progressive farms. take notes, during! the South Floriil.i I-'nir and -- I
and comment upon thing observed.One C.asparilla; Carnival. It will lie -held Some of tlie. le.-t of the prodncini( glutei(, ..
a day of the meeting i is! visually devoted li i under the joint auspices of the. Florida'' ] '" ::: ;l=1 ;""':''''':I''r' ;::'''' r:';:: ''r'I::;; tuned l I.y Hnc-keye min-eries. nnd alliliated interests
SO\ltlwl'n' :
to discussions following the Ii\estook Association, were planted' : )Jate, in the spring. We
field trip. The meetings are lint limited tlement and Development Organization ) '
to the agents and farmers with the Tampa ]Hoard, of Trade the I kiloIH'I'"f \\e speakhen I ) \\e nth i..t' growers -

in short distances of the aforementioned transportation lines of Florida! nnd 1 [@ DEPENDABLESERVICE not t tn< > mi.s planting) jn>t lieeanse they. are a

towns should make an effort to'' the Flo'idu'elel' "nry. :Medical AssoIidtionr little late
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attend. ... 'I' ( II I There should l lie lint little] further,, delay.

Plantings can Lily l lie .tponeil until too late
Al'Gl'ST.TIn; HKST: i NEW; PLANS FORDII'I'ING ,I The Citizens Bank of Kissimmeewill po

CARNATION :I'OK F.KOKIDA' I| ) ; VATS OFFERED! lie pleased to have you make ityour for l Best results! (lJ' until the scarcity of good

The Augusta carnation is one of the I 11111 Set',)' ti-ees! : \\ ill make it difficult to get stockof
. |I IJ. depository, and offers yoiTa
lest carnations. for I Florida, according I Dr F. C. Dawson, veterinarian to ; ; the right ,ijtialitvand/ (It..ire.'lIri..tit''I} grown
Board of Health, offers' the service that can be depended upon
Ilalma of the Universityof the State
to F. F. reliable
I and: sold] l Ii'> nurseries.' ,
Florida Experiment Stateion. Mr. following information to farmers who :, for prompt, efficient handling of your

Ilalma has seen the Augusts grownon are interested. : in dipping vats, : II banking business. Heretofore it has )item necessary to orderHuckeye .

the station grounds! in competitionwith "Bureau of Animal Industry Circular trees! very early to make sure of get.
other carnations and is thus 207 gives directions for dipping invited. .
Checking accounts are thrum This] have
ting
I year we so many 1II0l'ethall
able to speak of its relative merits. cattle to destroy ticks, including: plans
ever before. as a result! of four years'
The flower is red and fragrant.The and specifications for the construction _
plants are propagated during of concrete or brick vats. Certain I preparation' that notwithstanding a greatly] +

winter. Cutting ore placed: in pure changes in the concrete vat, so as to increased demand we are; still in position! to take

sand and left about two months. By make it more suitable for range con- care of additional orders.

this time roots will have started and : ditions, have recently been suggestedand
be planted out They are embodied in the accompanying Gel your/ rseerralions fur Buckeye Irtes oji record
the plants'may
.. will bloom about three months later. )I plan and bill of materials. The [ UPERIOR SERVICE- COURTEOUS TREATMENT] riyfil now. If you don't hart Ihe new

Rooted plants may be purchased from I principal differences consist in the Buckeye catalog vrile quick for il.

nurseries if one does not care to make vat being larger and having perpen-

- and care for the cuttings. )I dicular instead .of sloping sides. X DIRECTORS: Buckeye Nurseries

t longer of shorter. vat could be made if M. E. Gillett D. C. Gillett

.. NATAL HAY MAY *BE desired. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON J 1057. Citizen BanlrBldf., Tampa, Florida .., 1

it.; SEEDED IN FEBRUARY I "Copies of the circular may be obtained BREAKER-BARCLAY REALTY CO. y

by addressing the Secretary of I F. W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS Agent Kusimmee Fla.
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February and Jane! are usually designated Agriculture; Washington, D. C." f r(

as times for seeding Natal f s
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I Quit the ,. Design J A Smart Outfit For the too late: .
Her hair li a-rumple, of Danderlne right now-Also
1k KNOWN FOR QUALITY I For a Spring ,Nightgown.YYYnYYYYYYVY..YYYVYYYYY' *E Hbout .3 nea Girl This Late Winter.YYYnv'YYYYYnv.YYmrn. Her'sown l> a-crumpln, . slops itching scalp.: .
I She's no time to button and hook herself ,I
Btrnluht.
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SEED BEANSWe pssessions She hunla and she rushes "
h.i For needles and brURhes I' Thin, 'brittle, colorlef'a'and scraggy 4.

can make immediate ship A .Tor buoka down.and for pencil' lieu 'upslalrrfami hair Is mute evidence 'of neglected y

meat of the NEW CROP 1915 If ever jou pad her scalp' or tianJruir-that awful scurf
I REFUGEE. 1000 TO Just follow behind herA
GROWN Fume;
people' use very much concerned trail There is nothing; so destructive to
of IIhQo| button and.shred of her
1 SEED BEANS and other about their jiossi-KHloiis"" nhlle all gown. the hdir M dandruff. *Jt robs, the hair .(

,Varieties. ,' the {thin the only llJ IIJ:1I that It wUl "Rut 'little Mian Rlort.lvHy : of its lustre, its strength'and\ its very

SEED POTATOES I II I ever be iiutwlhuv. stein. to awn arc ai'liool-tlino; IH road)', life; eventually producing a feverishivess .
I' scarcely; worth (hating. 1I""lm,, '. after All and In .herplace.
( snilllPK nn<] BhlnliK', nent I
mill! itching cf the scalp whichis
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nil. to ,
SPAULDINGS tlje only thltiiiH Unit .belong you *
With no IH'P.IMO. : worry not lemedied causes the hair rootsto
i I IIJ thliiuK thtit
lire < t iiuI I loll enoughto
.ton
I NUMBER FOUR ROSE /jl i I I lu,..' and upplcrhite.' "$ the ( hint;* \ She but pities yeiionlny)tlsa lluirVlio ant\here'. with .shame In shrink, loosen and die-then the '

EARLY RED BLISSTRIUMPH 4- # ) | that >'ounn. |lay money for.To her faro hair falls out fust. A little Pundeiinetonirht /

'S T I y I be sure ..tonnu "go out and I' pay ( Her lionrt! ,..."11 nil lluhtly -now-any tune-will surely
I With ilutv di"no rll4hll.
)1 All leading varieties of (farm ( 'I money for. ili.iirs nnd t.ibleH/ for outs A J t ahu 'ow,1 .It", II III"t'r alIllln change save? your liair
y uu.l '1I1I1II"lId.I ; Field, and Garden Seeds.Write 'belong |III yon lifter n fit-hl0u: Kill In thiniKli > ( II',! not slow It.
\ ho J'", )boumJ to I ,,arm ,, It, 1 I'amUnne from any ,drug! : sfoic. You
for catalogue and ( Bull) UV ml a m.HU-r( ot! < hnlis nndtiibUs
hMtt. two little ninfiluna aro one find the ,surcl\ ran have beautiful hair und iota
I I..u't !UV ... .
Weekly 1'rictLit. Y MI'yt I'yt ra'.ie.ie.ie.I 1 :.Noto ttitlt till1 tli'Kel |I" n (-''III''I.tor I .mo.I :81..1'1 Plot, >e. -I'resa. of ,it I if you will just try a little Panilermp -
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E A. MARTIN SEED CO.i l/ I tile pli' \<.(> of, II In.ol.. \ "" ('illl bllj' i"HUf' -- Save your hiiir1' Try It'e' '
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..,. Nay into ii tiiilin. ni I Hal or pity money Cooking Pork Chopa.
84UJ) 1'a..1: Hit)' Stiri-l I. for a plu-iu" Itut: Ih'; iiuni) or,: ttoiiiiiiito I ThH'H II ;'('(')' nli,'i- :.t> <>f "',".1.111101

i 3 JACKSO.\\IM.I;, I, LUIIHAr I w houi tin. (Kiplil tn.l.t I l Is el<'ngM. Mill I 4I 4Ih I'otU, tliojiH' ; l"-f ,.1 l\ iir" I.n'rrIi.. Your
t'' for wlKini, it -\\ II" inciiiii.. I N IL I Iniii.in or IIiiiK ihrtnl t fr\. until lii-nvMi ninl. user sltc. Grocer
I ly cooKrd, -11"11:11" .' I li! .to
ttom.inljn: 1 lot e, it n..1. uiiderst.inilsII. : e :: li 01st ( I
; And mil" th.ivin,; lilt suit. of nposscsion 'Iii.- |Pan': IT.nil the flip iiml<1 ndd I.. .11111, :.

I '4 1 no one i mi t.iKo It uttuyf wnUT In i.IIMT, ,the,, 'veal: tliiv., uU'lpaimviiful ''
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, i.om' ) on. of frliirtrir: t 1"I ispoi; nful "f

''I 't g,'I to tin1
r .renY C ,i won m n w li. I N not" ,1'1"11 iil.lt- lo meet Mr 111111 n )g)1od: ...sin il iinliiii' thinly'

,r rpdv .r.iinl( ,pi' ni If".'...1, 'lull the opi-r.i 1 Is sliced. I'm luirk .oi.| the 'I.III-C' .,uiilslnisner

mine nil the .vinr. ;it Iel.'llr. ; s iu me ; .l.|'M\-\| fur hill i'i ( liri,1r.II)i urers

.f, I not lot I 11". 1 1"1,1 i|, w ho" I I'a pe.''''''11 I Hi'\u. i(1)to nf tin Imtir four I IHM'S i 'in l 1.1'
\ v -ts,, 11.milII! 'In .tl... oiihevii.i it i,410, mnltile \ iiseil If they, lire 1ll.nl Tin !.I. 'i lh

1 f 't d t 1 i i\ei ,.1 tiigofir.. : I.1telln' + ( liiiinlisn. -\ \\ ..*h rave, nfli'r' ri-ini>\liiK,: < li"i 1" ,hied, 1 pour
Trees. Shrubs and Plants (
pen huii" 0, I hi'.i." ton. "'to ,litinuselln.v :l <.r..r them find Nervellli( 1'1601| I potatoes. a a
I1.. i I I Our*. :< tl.: ::"'':t,,ft., i:,U i:,7' t ':' ": :,,:',' titnrk 9 ', 11/111"1 isianil nnd 11I1e 1111'I inii'.1 lf," .

;1 .1I Ut/ : ip.,I ;u,: ,r,,i ii:: i "" So w hat i- the, ,
'I of
1 and wVilf 'i.f o i 4111.1" | In I i i .11..411 i i : live \\n i llll;': time
l Royal Palm Nurseries ell'.IuC pe,1l4r" Iletr I...,., .II,,II
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tlonpl..a.m U< !&f r t i H 1? "> i* i f rorrliAi.lm
j . ,., Let them, loll ul.nig; In tin'u' mites' and
iri ) 'u n *" ) .1 i iMttxlff -
I I" , ;, ,, : : ., : ,: ,:
t *to rle. a-w
I11. 11 ,1.w') n k* i
..w, WriCeft.. f . li-iii| Inn' k lu their Inrs ir.soiii8. to
rrc l
t. ; g ri n<''J+\ 'mi "n I i.h w
: .... R.o_ Bros., Royal Palm Nurseries, look in thini and Ilnlgh; if .tours Is the
I I III 1. dKr A.., 000.. III.a ,'upadl.,. for itnnlng one tine tiling I ; I they R. S. FLOYDDealer
... -- ..I I. 111' bu.t Oath their i-i<'..ne\' .

t '"1.litfur-." j on, m.i>' .-.ij: |I" I lit.Ill. IOU MOl" -tn. '
In
\ "aI',' youri tlir( ..1"'IIt.,1, ill.- 'If I that I I
.Oillto fix1 fnN.'lillilIg. Mnk that roil
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;' rugged lii'i". l.1..ln.,1. I n-':sign| | the gray
( When IIIK ts tit> Inn oat .iinl frni-k t li Ihe
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buy
Groceries
you .- of a "illt..r skIs, inliii-. nil mine beCause I Hay Grain and Feed
: rlrlor] liiirmliii.. ti.'u "I' rlet/0l'Ite l Mic'taTlinn ,
....... .. I lure < \es to see it.
-- . ad'!,. JolTlo/ l>lin-. |1"i.iiui<> \ ('lu't I i.1 i- 1'
'' o" liy g1'dl.luL..uI; ]p.i.e..luusIafter ; .
'j BREAD A DAINTY MODHU.Vhlte II nil:? The big! IMIIWN-.IHHS. of life I'" fi: <-!III"1I I II" < ">nl nml iniiKr I Ilir Corner Broadway: and Dakin Ave.
//.1 flMUKl.lllc'll. ) Illl'l. ) I In- IlllX'llli-' ilf
J' > crepe de chine Is used!' for this I the things 'that are must noitii, li.i\iiij
t i:"" II. The fur i is li'.u'k fox
whkb la In outlines an nitliln S)1urio-It.nud no matter how Try Us Your Next
Ask for the BEST gown BO simple I on Order. For Feed
and trimming. The joke nod I p.inelol i ifront slim }'our love I lieurlil n I\MI.\H. liolilH" -
I 1 fair rii'lies tlial' art made fof I'I'A UTILITY BAG. ..
) We make it. Every Grocer sell itf' are tm'ka1! in u ireek pattern.. / r.lrcnlly| I
the neck fund sleeves being,. linlshpd. Jon If you Know, how. to o\\ n them.A '
with vnl liu'p Thin inoilelnn. 1 be. dupllcnted woman oiioe mo\ oil to Ihu) tmntry Directions orak'n One That't a
0. K. BAKERY In luilNtc1 It pieft-rrpd. i rrolU the heart of n busy (IIS'. "But'l 1 Regular Carryall. .. *". M'**.: : : : .XI . . : *;

1 miss" the llo\\era so," .slit \\ rol.* liaelv.I . A utility I.ng; II It'h ,.iiisvvi-rs, , the (junioi .

.'. I E. A. NIEMEYER, GRIP DO'S AND DON'TS. j i I "rituM'is: What, tloweis In. crowded. |I.. > tit n |]iiinilr\. .iiul .HHM> kilt. \\nli :I South F dJl l
Mitchell Street -- I streets"jtm" tick Inn Other| I.d.., ,.,tc ini irloiiH aitlilri''' ;

I On. Health Commissioner Gives Theee i I ""'11)', the dowers in the slioji. winAlows will tip fumldOrS i HIMMllfllt( \\ ll.l'l'l, :E -

I Ruts to Grip Victima. j 1' for lieni'MT I wonted llo." she, trill thug. This 1..1,.( i.m I lie l.iKrli fimn.i ;t ANDGasparilla :f r
r Oijilalned. "I could walk a block ..OfOOOOOO O 49 HO. and feast my. eves Keep away from! cro\vd\ (ilncps of I :
window. They were always (there ,the U ]pt'1h1 i ), I lli<> I"'-t unite :; Carnival :
M. TILLER assembly when grip Is prl'\'I1"'lIt. i! year round!; alna.vg/ where" I toiild MeI iI i Itnl for sn]<'li II li.itivu ::. II ujullil rnitilii'riMiiiilalliin j,
Have plenty of fresh, air at borneand xr
1 I them and they belonged I to me as much 1 jdcccs for the "It the :' -
Real state Agency. where you work. I I as to 1I_ ).!JtHly." 1 liliK.": One .plMc blii inli,] In u yard lout 1 ..A. :J.VI ..A. :

............................... Wear clothes according to the outside I I and twciit.vinc Inh4. ,. \\ido) the oilier :'!
temperature, but avoid too heavy I. .: FEBRUARY TO 14th I.
Realty bought and sold. clothes indoors to 'Prevent. unhealthy HIS FIRST DRESS' SUIT. n yard and onefnurtli' .Inns and twpntytvro j

p Houses rented. . skin", coddling, which 'vlll ; Inukoll'on t .-\ ,'"'J..1.' ", ., ', ft'!., .", ', f'..,'. '"' ,"..''I!,'iI"i.!'" 1'AllaTopg.d ,"[l' tncltOkSrtisvfd,) \ f fI (Twt.::r ,:re! 'Julnlnt4t1i0 :1 .

Taxes paid and Title "verified more 1 In Me, to attack L liy.Jho t : grip, gt>rn);! / Up In ,.Velvet,'!\ Sonny.At; ,, JJ"2rl.rIIIlJ' t n$;J.i'( inn'kts tu'Slhe :J Jlij"jJ -
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''' '" a Wedding''w' "m"i plp' q I uL (?urth l .yardant ; 'ATLANTIC COAST LjNE'4' J" ) ,
: Keep' lu, the open air us much us 1 ..
; por
a for non.residents.l' \ I / 1ad"mt' tic' li<>t ton h? flr.Bf' liroiinil 'l
"\ i \\1,bj'\ \1i ava't!' < \Aj/Ufi-iRliui mtem !nayMt.w e &nAi, alArtifflll filves ? I < t 'J .
: ,, 1 ) lUlirt sutt'turhe
:ol1'l .. '
: Standard
\ . Railroad
0 of the SWill
South
I Fire. Life and Accident In- ) ; It and, bind. ::1 ::
regulated. "'( fcmnll boy's. gala diy. The blousewith 'J. : I
:i Keepthe( hotly functions I: :
: : surance. f -so, Ihlt11,1... matter iniiy'tip ,ellmlulled lay plaited rnd lu' iirixind" \ cull.ir. 1/11'/ rm\ 4-ill::,'". ,,,II, tniip \Vln-n tit..- '1Ig' : sell low rate tickets February 3rd to 12th inclusive and :2'}*
,, 'N i "inpleleil, Ill'' Jla" will! sung)' ,niLull..11 ,' iI i ::; '
Indemnity Bondi. : ( t February 14th, Final Limit February 21st. :X:
} I i.\ i'r' II.e. I. i I U i.f. the hag :
... I'p 10alperatr|> in online nnd :-x-<..:- -:->>->-t .f ,. .\,ri.-s I I''in-. I I,.11I' ,\ a Id I' t tilt Ill,ip hilip : s:
,'I Ictpy0nrlltIt, well l.ni-lieil Mnii.ve .; ..ii IMP'!tMiii-il.' I IT ,111111: li shoe ,pi* Kei- I :r:. Tickets; Include Fair Admission Coupons. :t-
II Il'hII'II"'I'II1"' link in the month
I hint: n ,long, pli' "ii I .If! i I.ullerll i w lib I.IP" ':3 ti
.. .. Think of the other f li-lluw If youourself ; .. I :t ii roI.IK'. --i.'i; .. tin, It pith, fast. .;
----x. : :-:-:-:*: :-: n la.i : For other.. information ask ticket
.\ ) iilienilv huts( clip.IXI.VT your agent.
y l.r.\ .!'ill-. ilhldinthem. , I, of : 1
"'-!'!\> | : by menus)
-' -'Y 3i a .MilillPil, pli...e "if I"'lip.| ; also ..Iildl Jl' I :#: J. G. KIRKLAND :{

c. W. GRIFFIN j i I l'I>II't cat nroiind" .ivllh trot f 11 t. i'Iere of I :11IP IKI-OSK t the lioHoin nftprIhe : VISION PASSENGER AGENT :
1'on )IIP proniNi. lionIn ,\our l Ksrnc. '. pixkil- ..iilusted" in p'nee. I 1 C 'TAMPA { i

? I The grip "at nn nin\ !10., remlllvpned :.' I Above three puikets/ I atliKb nnofhpl'l:3 I Ihng : : *

and from lip'' t. lip, '. -' thi1 width of the iiiidernenll. '.' :_:_:_:_:.en:.C_:..:,.:_:- .. _....
e Staple Fancy j strip :-: w > :-: : : :-:-: :-: :-:-:-: : : :-:_:.._:_:_..:-:_:_:.:..:..:_:_:_:..:..:_:-
1 w: ( Pont sin-eye, or < miuh III your w .iful .int) ill-ill'I, I ilepth Hind, top wlge I .
filemlor" m-lalilMirs"" f.n.PMIion't with t.ipp Ill Idpil, Into) two section1nml

,. GROCERIES: |t ] i'lile, III a crowilidtre, <'t ear sflnh, tnpe'" :,i.. .urss 'the bottom.Now -

; tell-r- nil ,tin' wliid.
L . IIP, nfriild of' fuh' ii lr Tvendrafts nf live Iii lies \\ Iih'itlne. mid stitch n
1 Ii Free Delivery to all Parts :_ .. will not hurt toii-unlp-.s'1 you are satin for
f-' of the City ':!. fatlcui-d nnd. o\p|healed HIP two )ph-i< .< s 6'I(.fhrr, on the right .
Ixm't full I to rpineriilier, ; (that trip' |is Ide, null bind' \\ 1111 lapp Cupp the Cherokee .
very eoiitiiKloiis. I Ki-pp aw in fro.uttl" '' tl.'ip( nt the ,In. ,t ti.;';'Ill over the hnck-of the Florideal
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'foil Ito"
, If .' "U: II. The IIPXI; I 1".1 tiling' I.ag. Seminole Alkideal '

"I __-_- keep phvli nll.v' lit. '''i> .x nll tint re...t-t l lattack. -- .
'\' Candy Apples on the Stick. PeruvianBoneFERTILIZERS

\ Selpi nl'i' > tipi'lc'-' (lint are nut tiioInrro .

War Bracelets a Paris Fad. Mminl lli'in oli thin stleks
i fr: Joe E. Johnston I'lPIH llUolllPII |l'I'I/l'I Ill I;:llU" lluMdm input I Ki-HiTv Mlll'ilo.. ITmp them

+ ** heil\\, 1"'u.It'h. Illlile tlolll the leinh. so tlnit l h v the time tile Rlnip \IH

V 1 lilies of --lielU tired" li\: the rii-n.'h. remit" for. illpplnu)<)< no titer may he lout Fora
: -7:"-," :Mile, =-1',1.I f.itoiiti- the > quarter-century Ideal Fertilizers have
: f ENGINEER 1 i w Sirup' )< OIKIIIHIIH( of HilRnr, one-Imlfiipfni produced -
*TCITY I'.irls MIIUP.:" VM-III, i on-lnntrv;- :omof > of uloln.cr'I.| , one-hnlf ("uptnlit\ the bent crops with the bluest profit.

( In'.P 111'in i,hts.' \\hl.li I Is l.triii1: inoiishto ; n liter', one "pinrtrr( of n toncpoonfnl ofrpiini

': i I Surveying and ...lip \\ip the Him" :nlioviIhe( 'll'mwJCIiiUs '. of Iii11" III'. our ttthlpspoonful of Today, as heretofore we give you the best

; nuiile! up) of. inet.ilvhlili nun- lintter. fook until when dropped In combinations of
,:1 DraftingI form(, part' o'f tiu''lIud/l; shells lire' i old, water HIP simp Is hard or to :300ileirrcpH plant food possible to secure.

n No In f.Mor and are worn lII..I.It of I'. on the), randy: thermometer
1I 1 tile :.:lot e i Kppp hot. while ll plug the apples Right Sources-Right Proportions

4 '''I'I"'r] | u ml iiliiiiiliiuni, Jewelry is i I font I thonmiihl.i.; 1.11)' In a oA'r'nH.d

fain led mole I 111.in) t.l. 'II.IIIK: 'nl.-> of. geld. II II I (llsli.. nnd then they will harden Immcd Perfect Blend .

and piiHioiiviones ju't now, for nil I Intel y.
: I Pails !Is gull( .: In for IH.OIIOIIIV; iimleeonoinii I I A relliihle, randy thermometer can be :

CIIRSO 1 F nl ,-fleil-" niul. nay osti'DtaUous I lionplit for SI!. .\'! nn Investment It ;;= \'

WRIER ilN]"lii.t' N dl-i 11IIIIIl'IIIIII"1. will (pay for ItM'lf time and tlmelilrain.r l:: J

i linl the \\ ur Jev <,11'.\ -tlo" inns.-l\v ..r earl to make belly by using the ther 4
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I brnrelrt111111 the ini; alnl.lings! -art1reKiirdpil .
r- .. mometer. ::
ns tre.i-.ures Imli-ed, for they I - -- - --
may not be I bought' but PHIUU as clfts']' I 11j }
The Seven Wonders.
froni the very I 11"111'1", 1 ILuvlsrlves. :
: The seven oiidcrn, of.the world were; !
Insurance that Insures where the soldiers ticciipy. their \leisure .
; ; j A I'OinRAIT. I 1. Epyi'tlnn' p 'rftlDllll!: 2. Mausoleumof
j hours In fashioning, ; tliee rude !but 01.u..d i
front Artemisia.; 3. Temple of Diana at
i gifts for sweetheart at home. and uds Is of white georgettecrape. : SSSSssdttfetf&Ss"J
Protection that Protects From the top of hia Dutch cut Kphesus. 4. IlaugloK Knrtlens of Baby. :
Ion. 6. Colossus of Rhodes. G.
to the toe of his black patent leatber Thg
Braiaad Vaal. pumps which take white silk socks statue of Jupiter Olympus.. 7. The ; ,
I One and one-bnlf pounds of the
1 r neck sonny boy Is fnultlt-HHly correct. Pharos, or watchtower of Alexandria. M
I of veal cut into cutlets. In the stewing The seven American wonders have

i.;' pan place twos tablespoonfnis o/' been decreed to be as follows:
? fat then dust the meat lightly with Ginger CookU 1. Niagara falls. 2. Yellowstone part. ;
DAKIN AVENUE flour and brown In the fat. Add ODe I Two cupful of molasses a capful I 3. Mammoth car 4. Canyons and

KISSIMMEE FLORIDA pint of boiling water cook gently until of sugar, a cupful of shortening a cupful Garden of the Gods. 5. The giant : .1
i ,. tender add one medium sIzed carrot of water.' two teaspoonfuls of aoda. trees of California. 6. The natural _

and onion. Dish on hot dish, garnlab salt a teaspoonful of ginger tjro capfuls btldgv. 7. To Yosemite. ralley.-Pali.

with finely. chopped parsley.i of raisins and flour to mate dough. adelphlm Ledger. '_ 00- .. .. '1
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.FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916 THE KISSIM1MIEE VALLEY GAZETTE PAGE 11.

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11111 i 11111111II1111 Man'. Part In the city of XI..tmm."C ..a....... Slaimoaa and Ada Slamo-aa, i 'j It choni to fill this office; ;by the Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
_ _ who the laws of 1 ..d.n ... clalmlaa .. fatvmitJn
by
are per.
1 I I I Kln8lnini. 1 {lawfulKctoretl la ta. lilllof votes. of the electors of this city l'' your dniffclut will Ire-fund money If FAZO -

Legal on or liefor. <' .bruary is, 191.. paIdtLieir ('..m..lalnl. Political Annoullcen1entsj pledge myself to fulfill the duties pf OINTMENT Blind.; litMdltov UIU Protruding to cut a mar Pilt case In ol to Itching 14 days.;.
.. the 1DI4 ,
_ _ poll.I"" for 'lIl\r. and I iteupis.i1cn5. I
I' .. and
Aral gives l k. Beet. :lOco
1uI6. who Imve reRUtercil up to R lid TO AUIjMIOM IT MAY O41NrCERN the office to the best of my. ability The application
Advertisements Including March Srd. Id8, and who I It nppearlnc from the affidavit of. \ I .
: : pletlffe\ themus-Ire..] to abide, Iry the re- II. Crawford of Hollcltor* for .CouhiiPIItsliItii. and conformity with the laws of 1

_ iult of *uld, primary I votefortlse lied In thin caue that the FOR I MAYOR. and' the ordinances of the
> IIIM-MI MIIHIIMMffoTiCw nominee I thefcof. :tntr.du renldfiice of Ida May Oeltt.; Kdlth May (1I. the! state 1 v

_ lute. city I fliotU.n.lluallflfntlona. Helix. OeorRlo l>elB. "8unnn; A. ;lmiiionii .' city. As an Indication'! of my abilityto
;\ ; TO CltI IITOnS Nil Candlda. AVIlllain Tlvrntrrd. Hlminon 'Sol4 I hereby .announce my candidacyfor "
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ThOM*, mid only thone perMotm, nh..11 onion Klljali rllminoiiH. Mnry Vlrirlnla I. re-election the 'office of fulfill .,the duties of the'office,. I
be permitted to beronm cuindiplatsfor h-si.nflIo.uN.' I I 'aujI tie EiIsi't" is Siminona to .Mayorof MRS. SUMMERS[
his" the Court of lb.* ('.....a.y..Iud..., : offlceii to 1 bo'voted for In-iiald primaryeliclUniH and: Asia Hlnitvionn; J: reHpondi'ntn herflniiatnod .''KisBimmee! subject to. the >Vhite'' ask the '\'oteri! to i Investigate my record
Stt off Florida, .1..Aa loumy I I.r ,
who ll.l5e theniHelven 1nwrlllnw atp unknown ; that t hey uri ns night policeman .during the
.r i if : Primary. If again honoredby the 't
to ahtdivby the reHiilt of saidtriionuY over the ago twenty-one ys'aland .
Ae- eKMtnf. of IM-tcl *l4>nrler. _i'l<-ctlotm and nuiipnrt the that I :heftS In iso on. within tine Htntoof past year. n
.. nil rrrlM4.ru. lKn,.. IHnfrltint. numlneeH tll'-rnuf; who nro (iiialllledunder Florida tile service of Hu1 r>otna ballots of the electors o4 Kisbhnmee, COLEMAtf. is-still located in'

|* ansi nil IVrniinM. hn. Inw 4'l.vrraw. .r |)... the. IUWH of tile kinte of Florida upon whom: would bind Bnld, -iiond- I pledge myself to the continuance of EDWARD A.. ...
|| tn.iiilii. tiKHlnnt Mnlil KMtntriYou und City of Kl hltlltl'. to hold offleo. intii.ItIn. ,
+ niul onch of you nro h-rchv noR Uier.'foris. OrOerod that *nl lei1t"RI.a",1E" l my past record .in\ the olTlco. I will FOIl COUNCILMAN: Kissimmcc is

t\\ i* IIIH! they h"I'.h Ore ,
ma spud ut-niHndif; which you orIthor ISacli -lector In the cit y of KlMnlni- required to API"| | '>nt* ta the Ifliiof Ci'''mhliilnt appreciate the votes and nuppoit of i '11--' I I scJlingSclcct! .

of you. Imva afrnlnnt. the cutnto niee ua. 111k-si to vole ,In said I prlmnrvKhali I I !Illeil I In HH|II cfkuxe on or'lief iry those who service 1
LtrEl Mossels-V l 1oco iiod, Into of :: : : : approve my past : I hel'eb1 announce myself a candi-
_ _ < havn the j-lKht tu vote In saId Xlon.lay th,* Sril slut$ of Axll.| I Pt ll I ;( '
(pffoliifCounty. Klorldn, to the unilrtuned 1"1 I ma i u'y for: othi>r\\lHO the alU-feiitloii of anld Hill I and endeavor to show that apprecia- : date for of Kissiinrtice Homes. Choice
Kxcrutor' of .nl,1 estate.. wltliinf One candidate for M" '...r.C will In taken tin CfMifeHAi'd. by Bad.| llePpiillill'DlH. ICJouhcilman I
/ <. yi>nr" from ,tho dnte h >r..of. MM (...udlt".I.( for ('I s-tIc. lion in the fulfillment of niy duties for the two year term hpbjecl
'ated' Jii'..M-nihcr 2<>1h. 1f>15. < >i>e candidate for Treaaurer.line It IK furlhiT ordered hat till* onji-r the Farms Vacant
to best of 1
I FiUctL.ESTN( W1L.BUUN.t . rHiidldatu for M".h..1. ..iul ">TIIKColltclor be pnlillHtit'd OIK'I a werlc fur flxhtronfiecutlvn my ability. to the White Man's Primary.; If elected !

'. Exccutor.IHI N ......eka In the. "ianlinitlssaIisy . . H. R- MAY. I promise to faithfully -'form -: Lots and Acre. "
One candidate for Member of City \' flllCOtte; It weelcl.v Ill'WKJin "pt'l'liulillnlied I pot 51.

CiMJncIl fur out yenr.Two In Hald Ci>iiiit>' ansi of K'nt'l'nl the duties of the office to the best of Im | .. -
M 'J'O 'Hi':* l4)\l5 "'Lot)) KII4MI eiindldaK'8 for Member. at .City rlrciilntlnn I In Hull CnuntvW1TNKSS . I 1--OR | age. '
S '1'1'1:1.la Council fiM Iwo yearn "-,, ('h. the I lluniiraMn JfltrtoiiV.': . MAYOR l-I ability. Yours prosperity andpiogicss |
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l..isMmip.ts, I of t h.- Kuecutlvs'CUiflhtilttse i'rlilnii.: ..Jsulsusof. : the I'lrtMilt i Omirtfit '1 hereby nnounce my candidacy for T. L. CUltRY. I I1'OR

ill the Irciilt 4...ur< .>f the *e..rn4aJiiilhlnl Tur one yenrlime the S.>\..'tth t Jndlollll I Plrrult 1 i pf theMtati '
'i 4 In-ill4 of the Mini, of for Ituallf t Inir.lOiich . 5of l-I oui.ltt\ and. mtininl n S CU-rk Mayor of Kigsimmee, sulijucT to the I I 608 Penfietd St., South Kissimmee

1 I'liirldn.. In nnd fur 4>..'..... .. t porHiin deHiiiim tu Imvo 1.!Iii. lln-ri'of li ml 1 he fI illl'la1 I H.al of w..ld White Man's March I .
C.mi..1'.. In I anncerjr.f lisp m.. IIIIIIUM! on the |1",1, tillS 1')' ejection ('m'tt' thin 21..1. day. of. Jnnuiity. .\. I 11. Primary, .a".1I | ) COUNTY) { COMMISSIONKR): street
luillftt out a iMindidnti1 fur suit y flty tif1U 111111. will uppieciate; your vote ami suj>- 1 blk.westof the'end of the brick
f Daniel 1". ('nrllomarnh -o Khitll' Ille with thi> chiil I ruin n .tf (vnl_ ) J. I, iiVKKXTHfiirr I ;
.a. hIs s-.sniolt, I"".. on of liefole |,'*,luuillv CIlTll] 4.Ml i .Clllt fllUtt. poit. FKEU M. BASS. I At the solicitation of my friends I

ItrfNe. ....1 l.ntilM. u.-..... her himlinnd. . 22. list it. hit notice"of randMitcv ntulappllt Cr"w'1.TII', \ |p-s-li. __ 1 1'I
imd. I':. I.. Wurunn nnd !Minnie 'iillon to hfiixe Isis' inline, no inlnti'd SollcltiilH for t"n'npl-ilnnnln I,, 6-"t IiCII'mratinotlnce myself; n candidatefor

4. ..........n. bin nlfe.It upon .u blanlt til Is.fii rut I ii Is.'iI, bv Ih.t .- FOR ;M UUSILI.XU County Commissioner. from District
1I1'1""II'ln.-. 1 h\ nflldnxlt fllvel In lie( 'Isa,i-I'man of I Ii lit ('nnll"h I"ci'. Is fll0..* iil: 'ill.' IM III.K ..VIIIIX. .. "
COLLKCl'dKI
abovi. tit at4 rut ilts. Hint fninh I H..,'.... COIIlpllllled' lthe llllKllint of hill UHKI'HHIliellt '-- . TAX No. 5. If olrctwd I pledge myself -

i nml l, iulM I lEeene In.t. huRbiinil ii lid 13 UK .Hpl'CllUMl' b"-1 onII lid 1141 In ('Iri-iiK 4 'sirl:55, .' ..n'h .liiillfltil <'Ir. I the duties I
i 4). Moruilli, nlifl "Ml.iitile I C Morif'in. his until*' ofnliNiich, rliitdldate, xhall beiiilnti'il' <>.." !"'ft'<> .,f |.'l.,rtiln I.. nntl fiir I II I to faithfully discharge SUHUBUftOCKRALISTATE

....If.I thi' iii feiidnntH.pp natned theieln I areenrh I iiii.n 01* counted, or r.-t U med 4>.H4'r.iln 4 SOup II I >. la 4 li.....'..r> take thin. liiean>> of announcing of the office. J. II. WALKER.:;
If ,ilnl'"l uifon nnHurh. ballot. IITIh I
of them non-in HlilentH of the i" : i
.' Ktnto of Florida and I Hint the renldene .KM hits |IIO\KOII| Khali have lipinesistslutie.J II. I:, .' now nml 7 T.;; I-'..I. Ilr, nn. ""< my rttmlulacy' for the oflTU'e of Mar- ,

of each of I h.. Knld I defendniitK' IKunknown M Ith' ncr ....In.. .iMiMlncMn. sun *...."t'.r'-I I 1'ul and Tux Collector of ?'irpai;: ssiliuo: I
{ and llutt there' I In no pernou I srnl of II.I Isst. llr> an. .
III till 'Mintsit. Klol'lilll .us-Up, letor HllbSoi'.liii I The Millnjf in Kiild ...rlml.1'rlloI1H 4 .4iniilHlniin4M. I I I nin inakni),' this race upon my fur, STATE COMPTROLLER n..n..ss..n.a.'fl
: Khali In ltflrnt. and HI-cond clinIciusi
U lii'ii, whom would hI lid the .Kiild 1Id. \-
(\"ui P or nnone of I Is oni. HIM! I lot. In r-,nmiiliitnci. with the |loInliiiin. MII>. 1t..1I.. IMIIh Mn- Orltr.. ........- ', nii'r" iccoid of sor\ire in the nmc of- I I I INSURANCE

p hint inch of ."aI.1, defendant, IK ovirI of tin' I Stnti ;ptlmiir%' lnn, nnd, tiniiniii Kle llfltii. *"Ico..n Mi4 -P"14'llniMl.I P 5.iiMiin : fic',' .and will]] npp1'l'(' u1e I the votes' amitnpKit -- --
lie fl Itsef I *4entone vearKIt , '''M nf "raiullilateH, fsrncis orIlie A. %" ..n..I\, %\ 1111.... II........ riP. 'slnimi r--

In Ihirefon ursls'i'-si that Knld nonreKldent to Inotid for nhall' be iirrniiKedon n.. Sulfinton I'.PIjus 10 KtiiTn4| .iiN. | | ) of thoselio op] Iti''e" m\ Examination of Titles a
defendant R be. n nil tlnv II rihers.lsy the allot, In alpluibellrnl order lnr"> \ Iritlnla "Int"' ....... ltuilliM lPl.zPel :
4 nntnMN nf llelurnm.TlilH .. i p.i ( i iccoid 1 uni,) to them 1 |iloilrt!(! myiK -
required lo nppear to the bill b "Mlnmi4iaN a nil A sIn |,."....iM. r- !
f of l complaint' \ filed I in Raid cauHe" on or roiiiinilleH Khali n"'-.'. at elnht and. nil Itf-rnnim lnltnlnu .... ItttiT.'wtIn i f to a fuJlillinent of all the lemi j
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/ before Mnndav. the, nth lily of March. o'eloi-li I' M. 0,1 the ih sIssy of Mnrch.l < hv |.''..|..''''y drHprlhrd. . In Hie 11111 : Specialty.
S A. l). lUlfl; othsrwlssthe RII"IrAtlO"M $l 16. In I II..- 4-ltv Council 4shnmlier ofI of 4.iimplnlat.' :.vmcnts. of the oflTice. '

of saul' lilll will I... tnlieti aa confeKited h.. city of KlKKlmmee" and imbllclyC'nnxnHH ltr.p.s.n.Iest.. I. ____ I
by Knld defendant. the "-,'llIrn.p. I In nciordnncewith FLOYD TISOX. I II O ? tI
It I. further ordered. that thl. orderbe the ITImary election I law of Florida. TO ALl. WHOM IT MAY 4-ONl: TUN: : ** S Corresoondence Solicited.
;..,,1 declarehat. CKndUlnteH have I
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published, once n week for el it litconRecutlie
It appearing from the nffiili\lt of I
been nominated for each office voted
woekR In the KlKKlmmeeValley
.. for. and the chairman and necretaryof "'. II. ('rsues nrl. Hollclloi fin,' I'omplalnuntK. FOR( ) :::Il.nslI.1.XU I
I haul ts' .
publlHhedIn
In staid n'.R"fr.: .. UilK committee. within Iwo da\'K filed In thin' om.e tli:.it ISis I. Robert Riedel Co.
Cnunty 1 I su'i-nt.t I P 'h 'rI'in'sIvsd I TAX COLLKCTORTo
thereafter Khali certify. the name of r.15.rHo: : us N us n r '.r. p.
pod ordered In KlnRlmmee. : : .
In thIs Killt otlnr I thin Hi.known ,
thoKc raiidldaten recelvlnpr majority
Florida thin the 6th day of January n .. NOVELTY WORKS
ami that Ih.namen
ReKpoiidentH : -.----
01.1'01' any ofTlce to the cltv nuthorl- I
A. D. J91I. tleii of KlKKlmmee aa the nomlneeH ofthin of such peiHOiiK. HO hit, 5 ,-put-sI House Bills a Specialty. All Interior Finis.i .
J. t* ()VERSTHEET.ct / for the offleeK tfi be voted. I are unknown to the 4'om 1'1.l u"IIIIIH, ,"irsl l .the \Vhiteotep" of Ki.imm :
( Ct /1.11' l Clerk Circuit Court. party
"',n. 11 JnckKon.Shnckleforrt for HI the Keneral city clerlliin to beheld I that relief IK prayed In tin s mi .11111. 1 fieri'liy fin pSOtl 5?t'' mv tauinlncyfor i Window and Door Frames, Window
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March 21. 1118 of foiniilnlnt itKnliiKt HI i I li 111 i. s. n.mitsapsinsletultu
KhnrUleford. A.iMtmnmentn.l""or \ | It lii. t Ihercfonnril., \. nil ic-election to the nfTn'c of Mat and Door Screen.
RolK'llora' for Comiilalnant. S-St the of defravlnir the ox- this' all' rKiiliK rl.ilminir. ,i n ' I I 'st Innnd '. ThontH : Shop 216 ; Residence 237

1,5-Ties-n of I purpoMe hi' ptlmnreltcllori 1 ; IncludInir lo l.h. following. d's, ,MI r I ,: i! ;pinn-, hal and Tax ("dlUutdi] 1 ha\o sc' \ 1 Darlington Ate., Near Freight Depot

IHKAK'V'IH' JIDKIAI. 4'UK I IT 4>F I h.. paxment, of |iOn)ii'i.torK nod ertltuate In tlio Conntnf I P.."-. .,..I.. -.1[ tin- |ieiipli/" of Kissiniinco, ? in till '
"" .1111111'. .1I1t'II'r < (> $. 10:'". \ I 01 N'l'1. INt I ssuo-NMenIM. sir"' ,li.vied amiltiKtn 2. 3 4 or Illixk 4 of H. \ p 11'0"1"|' ""iiHildltloTl nirici- dui 1 'I mtthi" past" jear to the lie -t 1
.\ I to the IOVMI ..r h't is.. I'III''sr. i
iiM. in\ | 'impel'11'v'e ("11 nd iiluteH fot tin \ alloUHofTI DR J. A. TROVILLIONSnocia'.ist :
of jiluhty. If I again c-leeted 1innnis j
<-i'K to lo. nili.tlMnor Cltx. ,Klotldn. and I beitln''' II"1 "< II'HV.Kt mj
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Three TiollnrKi \ of I tin N'ol .tin'net t .i 'prm.of, Hie '! in
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\v. "'. taTdUt. 4 omitlalnant ..1..1 Three liollnrKTiiiiKili.l I<\\' '4 of I h.. 1 SU 14 of 1 5-i-I t !t. 1 :. 'I',." n- | ( to cnfoic' the Ia'.tof CANCKR GOITHK; AND TUMORS

.N. Hhlji 3" K. llusi.ps:13. : 1C. imtl, i npr itiit .. "
lhr.I I liollnrttM.HKhiil in the s-list| to and the oidma'u'i's, the
4' K. KB> ansi llnnlr II. Fay Drfrndnt : l i and Tax. <.ollttiM., Tlitci- \\',. :i wn< \"us..is.. | t then i ,." :5.1; ,, ) )h ; ,, v "I ti- n Cure them w'thout' cutting '

1 1.,1111',I I Hl1..mlo..rR thence I-'IIKI: ; :tno. \I" miss| th.i I X..m. i"I Hi 7"lllilK fityMlliout. pmtiality ami as I see .hem out.
lu-I-I I i':
on Monrtni the ';.lh' dnv ..f :Mnrrh.A : cltv I ruineil.. rm.- ",,11..1'. \ sitsthu to point II or ut< -oniil beuiniiliit| ',,ilnt' 'In. <>,lo s-'s, 'iiin.iito tiled P, m>- duty. I will appienate. ;your sup- n I ORLANDO FLORIDA

I Ii i li'lK.' HIP, I.-f.-uusIsi.lts.' 5' IFur nnu.es'lar. S filii"I
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iifJlT1'MI..
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usIs. mi'sIl.. 1 ins'
Tlie, fiilloulni nnd clerkare oil slay t andote..
InKpertorK.
tinil Mlutili .It KIIX Ml'. n .Ttllti .l In tip- 1"1'.1". d.I""a,1 to rolnluct, II",- ,-IH. Hi., .nl.1 i Itllllll In. t ilCii, us., i .iiirevv. poi I

{M 'ir I..>lUlllllHl th, .lilll I 1)11111) of. oninplalnt. on fileH'Tl'it sushI 01..1 linn,""\ I Ii s-i IonIN'SI'IHTOim d \it In. fsstI, ms-rip.r.l. i .I limit" 5 H'i'l lf ( ;aIJIUa: OVKRSTRKIiT.: : .

: J I >f.jirdii.. r f L 4- irilt f be .pul.llsh'il, 01111.1 5'eiu forl
Tills "r"l< i r tn I lie puMlHlipil, oiirc a ; .
\veilti In thi KisHillllll I
'l\.t ioiiHt4titl\e
".....k for :3tl ii|JI\H. I 111 1li I, 1 1,1"1411111"I "*" T.linuitnn n TboiTinn.. II :N Iliiitton. ri.I i k: A t l\\ *.!' N'lllll'X' 1.117.'Ill.. .1 III, .\\ "1'". ,55.vtmtsisli'ii'i I- I'OLITIl'1.XCXCEIIEXT: :: : :" n E. P. THAGARD C.F.THRASHERI

Vnlli \ CJriritt a \\tiklv, u-s Hp.tpirViibllfvhfil ( III OHI-Ofllj ,1"l.llnt\" .111.1,. ofueininl I
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H I'.l'M.i' irKIKlVVVUPM
In Kipuplinnup's.; \ < SKeusilut otiii- SHEE7 METAL WORKER
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: K \TSS. rh.I. r titansr.tusrv. .I""I"II..n' 'In Hiiltl ( iiiit\ of Marion County
4 I' Doilil.' : $.- r-M) \\' t5iN: 1'1$ t I- I II I "'"'' .01,1. .'.5'-, "
O\! --s." iitKl, r m\' hnml, find RI'nl I on 'thin. .I'....1<1"". JiKlxi." of "",, (I'll .-nit 4-iinrt. of <'( )l'XCII.I.XI : Candidate for Metal Roof. Put on and
th., JlMt ,ili\I .if >.l/niK.i/ iv. \ I I' 1 I'm;' I us. :51,11., .linlli-lnl, Chtiill" nf. "Hn Guarantied

N .1. I. Vi-lTiU-l-T." : : lullIsIt) HI IKT Tiii.i' ",tate' nf Klotlil-i. nnil, sos hltnl' IH I'll 1 I kHl.l.or I vish: to: announce my candidacy STATE COMPTROLLERin
""llinll' "Cnillts 51.-i,ll Is I'll null (.Oiilllt .
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.1 till, ollllill .01 of Hlhlfonii PHONE: I49.lt
" Ms KISSIMMEE. FLA.
In 5 hr Iri-ult 4 onr,. *rrilt ..luillrltilI
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1 .iii. i-rt 4 Irrult (if "I'lorliln In ansi for OMrr4iln / tiiiH 1'ist 1 .1 I-u>-r..f, 1,'sri-, mis 1 mni for inembpivhip. on the city council (/,. "..,
__ I I is.nl .1. J. n\ 'vi': ...'rirr'r, p : .
( ..ulnt" In 4 hnni-rr i t ) for the I \\'o-'t'ar tcim. I smk, the
tilt lll 411IIMIM*'I II %'I ll\ I'l 1, i.1. t'In\, \' I'ollll sup- Democratic Primaries -

I : .. n.-I: '. st't, ; foul . .in" i I'll'!! t andotes of fiiends., f
I':. I': .kl> .>-". Mk11s1s.'r." < % "k 1 Ip. p<*j my jI
'n I ....rl s.f 10.. I u.uuul .....11&'". % sp4r5i I".-''. J. I. H.trr.Tt' ansi *. I;. ItolM-rtN.. 1<..11.(11"( r..l 5 '",""iln.mtH. r.-I 21' 1 Your Support Will B. Appreciated DR. W. W. CARSONDENTIST
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f I-Iwrlilll. 5.... ....1.. I olinl ) . elected] to this position promise u>
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I ...I..rl."M ( ..........r..I..1 t .....p.lu* .. 1 'ori Rive the city of Kissimmee my best ,
J.s..tsf I'red Itettl.in . tssesilIuii .Ius-k..upt. IIInra|>. .\: lvr4l >. MIIKI: roic 1-1 IH.I4-vi ION
'i lll.11: iu.i4s1.i H > n> i iii 11'1'1 efforts and look after the n(Tin is' of j i lcsnlt"! dong: all the farm workHHHI S
I s-NI. Ita I"P it, I.....iso n, SOrInrn.- .
\\1,, ,I. .0- \ I : ,,," //h' Ion" '1\'i.II.1\ - A. Office over Pilley BuildingOffice
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'I b lruunss h unlit I Russia iso
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nt .nl. ] in me a shoeing
ti i is.i, \i.. 'II. ,,.I'.h1fI"' $ ,. ". the tax to the best of alalitv. .
!ii'u' iI 'IM I Pu.aisrnnse.s. .n I.h... and ..rs.nfiuusp Ili'linrfnn-nf nf 4hi> Inl4>ri.sr. I. l iu sIII paycis. my Hour.: i11 1-1

t. t ," .. 11," -i I.n ',..I'' l-----------' ) ii I. ,.1. \ it n u It,I**M* n .*orM rntloni Itotntrt J I Il4i'sis. t l.ilti I <-..i 111 I,lr. I'lurldn. HOWEM HASS.rpll I hoi''i'v. nu'ixlinK plouRhH, scythes.niseels Office Phone ISIS nr.ldrnc. Then. It.
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i---, I 11/, I ,loi, I In. .It- jii,,tl' :nlin I .ld"I..;.I.. ......,., hI.nnil... I'rnnrl I.:.........*...I..... 0'4 tin. ..pin.. 1..1, IIM .Inn. :22:::, Illlll.Xotlc and so on. Therj ate also Ga. Administered Teeth for Ext ruction ot
-I i 11 .mil l Kinmilni. tilt Icinilnil\ ,
u MARSHAL. ANt -
\ f Jn-ol II.I-: -
III 'IVMtnmftit
\ niMl ** several in the blacksmithing and
nlld .111.. ol I Hlild deleaxi'd"iiV" 1 In h.; 15,1 '
1 ra is .
.varsIn) sIrreans-sli. IflPsert .1. IClsnr.ln.I < IH her.-by RlM-n that ..TOKOpliorida _
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.?,ii11 1"l'r.r.' tthui' ,court. (55t sir lujfop's-I llnnnnh' l.il\nnlM: .. uml ....".... \l. 1Mf Ss'au, 1.oughmn ii. who on n TAX OLLEQTOU u.heel-v/rijrht; usipefll!.' 5 -
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t h ((1,, ", I.II 1IIJ.i'II1,'' <1 .
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: lI f| i vnr.lMi 'I"r..n ntnl *\ol'' helm. lit.iU II ,n MtvIIiuilt., rq - - -
Ml "hi.| ( loll t .h : ., itt isI ",, '..10 I !bI lMiirilM sleeps : ltfl'l
i 0/1.; r Hit ( ( < -,
KI' .intiiiu nf NIJ.; ,Cwrs* Old n Sores Other Honiedloi Won't Cur:,. GEO; F. PARKER

.h,.n K".ild. f'HM<(. 1 1.1 ,." ,t t.' ..* ;." ))7ii :-'r"i; e"oIIl'n4 inutlcreI,. hO'lC'lo"Il..i.dl..i'

( ....III. ,,' 111' fired nitnr4Jiminir' ". "'refievAPnlu '
rter>4O Antl''' '1 n '
"'It l1i.... m i11I n Collections and' Conveyance
$th. nl.o'-I..d., C.IIIHe for the dcffttldthi o q
t1 I t .,,1'' ""it, 'h''is I tue 5'fr h.h' ; .t's and ieIssaItbeu. jie time.. 25q55Ocelc9; : ,
o I s -ui 5-' ''' : "" . I, 'l.ii tl' "i i '(inmiei .Ial I : .
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sI , f , \ I' 1' .n i .', i i .i m, I "- ., III-, | i 1.,1.: , . fI,. Specialties
T :\f' i I I'll \ I Hi ,. I ,. i'.. .1"1 1I ', .. . . .
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7 I'' "u I I'I i,1 ; 't 'r' ..---'--.- -- Broadway
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II. ,il' ,,u-, iml int.nlli, Hill Hni i 1 th. 4th I sIr.l .- '*"I I 1.11", \ !I' I 1'iH' ''.I V .1 III I. 'r'r ,..I 'ussr' *-.ml' '' '. .i "itK prompt attention.

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i- ,i i 'I i im, i I'1-1 n..,mi "I' ulu.I ,. -i iu II" ; | t.Illl- . I I'.J\ 'K ,I. s l I"|in tin', pAUSE young JOHNSTON & GARRETIATTORNEYATLAW

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t ,iin' i i I. i I' i i ,M ,n,.,. I'M\ oi,J ." \ 1111 : .11 i M.I.: in- stn S ''lilT I 1. -. give thought to self. The

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M 1 \I. i . -II' ,I.. -iltsi\' -., il i, Iii s> .,"m II h. i i- foi"i'. ,to, i-ut- .iinl, up.II -rt'n'' ' '',t' .u.iMl , will a few hence.

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\\ is, Hi.nil.. will, Is.- uiimteil to h.ml. it I I..ml",_ ip nin. I I'.ill.i I'.>,IIMI\, I 11.-I i tIsis. n FUNERAL: : DIRECTOR
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look the other side fellows
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'1'.. till 4 reilllorx eunteex.. rllniler- i : ) T M' Ml 1 !1' III I '1 IIV.I sir'',. l.UlllM, III Fli.l I" "."I tUO ,I.I: ,''lliiiiu S make-they have a good time for a while but wial does It r
mill nil 1'rrmoiix lliKliiic < In.I.I .." orS 1',1)2! CniiiU' JiiilueMMIII I" Mhill I I- i mm si''d., HIM i.f tli, s's.uni, may Store and Chapel Stewart AT.
lleniniulM' nuiiliiMt .nnlil eMlnlelVim y I III,, t,101.i i h Kin h I 1'1'1"I I t n"t Is vi, I u.it, ,1 1 personality reflect?
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I''Il-.1 ,,,".1 T ..",,11 I i .1 I 0, 151 '''' 'n' I 't.' u". II" i ; I ill, sli., ''I ,,. ,111,1', I 14' ..pi-i, ,I Mill, l li I.. A dollar or so deposited in (this bank will be tie I
I. , ,, is \, 10 '',III. ", ourf of the iinii4.n .Indue. Sln4r of ,, , ,l.v. ,
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Itlu i r of p "ti 11\\ '," h." ,,, >:.I'' Hi.iluiiiH I "'''1'10111. S ... ..IR ts.li urn I' I |I"..t "" I in '\1111.I I I .r ,.i ilulsliMHil. I ,I r'>'i-i', .ii nucleus of an honorable, independent career. \V. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell

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l'oiint\, I'loil.li! I" ti.tii.lprusitisnl .-' In Itslstate of I.4 |||\\MNtilnictnn.. I rTilIIIK Make beginning today. Your
of IlKi.ola Tin tin. ( :'U |1"< IHMIIH your now-
' ,, CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORXEYSATLAW
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', tin, ilnlin'ateil ' tnM. iinil till I'erwikiin. hnvlntr t InlmM bank book 'will the
fioin way.
two lirttd
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Ili'innnilM nicnlnMt i.t.teuV
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Januin, 2"!>'t'i' V n I11 r. on. iinil I em'h of )nti. nri' herehvHotffltil I nt ma h il. .I'llon, dotcrinlne thlinulh ..
Of floes 4 r and 7 Citizens
''iHiI' f'nN: HIM,, rpulri' to prtsent anvclnlniH : 5. ,
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7 (it .\"ml..IM.Irlx! nml. clemnnilH whlth you, orelthi'i ,",11'\' lessup, .. ,.I*.i.c. il I by th,.m. which Bank Building \
huts thieHtnte -
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mav Hli.ill I. i us's mis-i'"1\ .-l\, one ( 1). two ( 2an >.
of I.ouiiiaVanhlnirton.. t d..d.Inl" Bankof
(5A 1.1. 'lIn "lflT"1 I'nl'lI,,' of I Onreola CoUnl y. KlnrUln to the .1 C h ,u's-- t i.1i I \i>nrHThis A n. State Kissimmee Florid

I-.I.KI'TIOV unler"I",1 Kxecutor of aalil fHtatf.within ISlh. tipsisP lay of 1-Vbrunry,

two years from the date hereof -
The City Rxecutlv-e. Committee of the J U OVKRSTREFT.
/ In the City of KI.- Cli-rk of 1'lrtult Couit! .
Ilnn'K Party
White I
Rth. li.
Dated January
Klmmee hereby call and provide for ROMA ATIfoI : (8.,1) llHi-fiiln. ('olin','. FlorIda. LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW
of White 111.11'1Prlmnry By JAMIO4 J : M :JOHNSTON: Kissimmee
holding a 4-gt KxecutorOHIIKlt .
election to be held In the City of KlxKlmmee 7-2t n C I
I In compliance with the IHWK To b* puhlliiheil In Klrmlmmee Apalli Waring Building.

of Florida.I ald primaryto OK I't: Hl.tCATIO.'Vla v Gazette, liuiuea of Fob 4th and stack 1: _ _ _____$ oo ooo.oo
of the State Capital ___. _____________ __ -. __ _ ,
held l durlnsr the hours ,fIxed bv llth. .
be 'oa.-: ;; ;
1' holding of election on lrrul ( n- .,h Judicial C'lrrnlt. ./ RMoorc .ver 490000.00 '
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State of Klorlria, la and for Oeaentl JO
Tos
Saturday. March 4th. 1111fl. for the nomination Whenever Yoa Need ,
ct caiidldnteR for city electiveoffice >..ceola. Couatr.- ( bi.tery.If. IMPROBABLE Officers and Directors. Take Orove'

to to be he voled held. for In at iinld the Cltv ireneral of 1':. S.ow ..J T. Rd. 8..1'... .. ....- Mr. Psmear.-This is a scene in ancient I The Old Standard Cnyre'a Taitalea <

election March 25th. arm domE ba.lar_ mm Sa.w Jtllrraa. : C. A. CARSON.. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice Pr.st. Talimble
KlRKlmmre on Saturday Athens. I call the picture chill Tonic U equally aa a, 't-1:

1916. Qaalinratloan of Kler'ora.ThoRe. 'oaiBlalaaata a SYa. "Votaries of Mfnerva. I M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Pre.L General Tonic became it contatna the

well known tonic propertieaof QUINTNB It.
and only tho..e person. hall
be permitted. to vote lit. or participateIn Idall7 nH. Edith Mar nl... C.roTmrlm Mr :P.Iixt.p.-"Vot.arielll! I didn't ROMA THOMAS Cubic and IRON. It acts on the liver> '- .\
l>el<.. ".1._... Me'l.-Plaad 8a... ,
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ald primary
the management white of. elector, who A. KlaiaioBB.llllaa> Ilrra.rd St. know womed had the ballot in those I'I'day. oat Malaria. Borichea the Blood and.Bottda .. 4

1eCtIOONwho their adherence aPe to the orln- _..., S.i.m.m Elijah ..1__...., .." up the W.4o1m Spta a.. 90 cent*."' 'S\\
. declare '
of the White Umrf '-lr.I.la 81__... "'..U.. J2IIsJiifttes '
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. FRIDAY Y, FEBRUARY: IF. MI6
VALLEY
GAZETTE
PACE 12. THE KISSIMMEE I I ,

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( And 'the. little girl said: Evans M. L. Tindall and II, IL Hull; .
St. LOUIS LIVE !STOCK MARKET
.1% MATCH.- PI.AY ,BEGINS SPECIAL REPORT f cANS' "I never, heard .about any: fairies F. W. IU1U clerk.co.mlttee '

-..:.- J GROWING p Jhlngin.: these wooosI ." A ( 'of the KlssimmeeBoand
of H. C.
And' the fairy said! : --, of Trade composed
National Stec YaNs.lII.. ,
1 IN GOLF TOURNAMENTI ,1] Feb., 8, lOlfi.( 11 .KAPli) GROWTH OF IMH'STRV'l' RECENT \"E.\HS-Sl"CCF.SS; = .I "No, because: nob'ody ever saw mehW Stanford' J. E. Lupfef: and II. R. May,.

1 I .. Cattle receipts 4800. Whilo the FULiCTLTt'RE'REQUQlRES: CoS'SIDERAHLE EXPENSE: ." ,bcforfc. But you are 'a good little asked 'the jonrd to adjourn to not

DEFEATS CARR AM: supply of southern cattle'Xvag' a small j ." .. girl, 'So I -let' ydusee me."'( sootier; .than February J9th In order

I, $ FIRST "ROUNDS "LAnm-IIA item this week,, the-market! has* beeli 'J'he growing of pecan nuts In tn.i i I row* are befnjr I /! cullvatednnd it fre- I I And the good little girlsaid : that rf petition may I be districtInclud. prepared. and

.' DICAPS AND DRAWINGS ANNOUNCED influenced by the trade' in the native United States more than/ trebled between fluently )happens that'none of the | 'How do you l11a'nage not to be seen I presented: for a road -

i IN COMPETITION di"lton.' which has broken generally\ 18!>!f and 1.90!) 'and, acording fc i seedlings develop/into- suitable: !tuck |: by 'people, even though the)' walk:: ing KI..a. lI11J11'e. The board agreed to

4; r FOR FINE CUPS., 1C to 25'/r compared with ]last': week. the' latent census! reports the crop ii i for, .budding or grafting/ There _is'f Bright past you every day" ?" _' :i adjouril to-t-e'hniary: ! \ 19th to. consider

Increased receipts due to thJ( fact that;I( now valued at.nearly, $1000OQO.; Pecan .. al.
f Match play has, begun in the ]{Is. local territory could mo\'!!' livestock I trees" lIT fact, have been planted I ti.nie required for seedlings to attain ;,I' ",,1 l lend them inoney.LoniloiiAnseisi

sim'mee Golf Club T6urnameht' for the to much better advantage, than a'week i jO n nuch ,a 'large scale (III the last fswj the propersize for propagation, and, :. I. ?

t fine cups offered by the club. The ago was the chief cause: for the decline j years!; that In a hew publication of the as a result orchards in which tree:< I YOHEDMATIC
is _
p play 48 open "to both men and women in valued./ This, we believe] however i ' have net been- transplanted( 'freqnent- The Boston Waitresses' Union I ;; (
,,'11I \be I ill: i the 1 shoW planning! a movement to gain: II I scale Many 1 Pangs That Pass For Hht'uma -
players, the mento plhjr Eighteen adjusted : course of A. Reed, if is stated! that it !seems ly' a most" undesirable. lack 'of
!holes match 1 play and the Women' eight: the JOext few diiys. Among tc.dny'wsales ;: probable;) that the pe("&"n -nut; is des-, ullirOI''l)'. Transplanting, moreover:. nf-/" wageshich will make it unnecessary : lism Are Really Due' to Weak ,

t holes! match play. were : teen $ >.75;' lipifcV-: $ .flOi; 1 lined to ,become the most important" fends to encourage\ : 'the development for them to depend upon tips. I I' K idni'ys. j .
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: Two rpunds have been played (luring mixed rattle III.4I) to $"i.T>0; row of all our nut-bearing trees. of a 'ftbrou rot system and! is t there .__ I Is it rheumatism ? .

: the week, 1*. K. Weaver defeating $ 1.35 to $5.50; build $ !.;!It: to 35.50\ ; (;'' 1" \\' .IICCUI1 tiqeji are fq.und north of( Foie( to be regarded us n benefit to lh..tn .<"' ROAD DISTRICT-- : !I Not every; pain: is- ,

: L. Carr one! up on eighteen holes and veal: calves $7; heretics: $ri.7.'i withyearttngs the latitude of 'lower Virginia, but . and not ai injury. Weak kidneys I let uric acid collect.'

I Howard KatK defeating If. A. Hunter. , ; $4.75. fj'OI1thel'e'.to\ the Gulf and as far west, The pecan does not'reproduce i itsol'i L'ric acid l causes, many iueir' pu'ins.

:' one up on eighteen holed. Hog rc-coipts 14500.; ()( A slww fijnrket) as Texas, .Oklahoma, anti J a part of true, to se'd. I It t must thoVefore he ELECTION CALLED I In the thiglj it's sciatica;

;& The fir ft round tnUKf:be completed/ at 'the openi'ig when /good 1 hogs 1 sold Kanxa.the tree has ben already introduced Iud.l"I'! | fteti.\ in much the ft\n\\ __ I If I In the luick. lumbago;

.. on or before' February 14th. The about .steady with a ffncy, load }>.'\ngng 1 into niosi of those -tutes in vvay thm applet peaches.'oranges' and otitinu..I t tiomeatro 1) I In I file nerves neuritis. .

drawing of partners and handicaps $$.2f was replaced lut-r, by' an: '\hii'll IH was not rativc. "rhe "moct 'other! fruits are I treated. KiitMed' trees ty ivil lht:: he "lIl!,' 1'ke to h.iveOiar (;cnut grjivel dropsy are uric troubles. ',

are atfolohvs : I' n.,,fjye market: at Hrongc1 pri:'- ;'Iwnl' extCnsiv! planting have -taken place are pffferrt l (by most |Juatit'e'rs! :N'Or'rnH ,. Simmon! ) l1u11.d'; !1" miicrtul'tu \ .

I I ilfi I ) r. R. 11-(' u/heli/ ugainutU2) / tlie, extreme -tor of the I djiV/$!H.5( :!; wu in Southern -MissUsijipi.' ,\Alalm arid i ; n. however Ii lilt graftii p-mort -::5 i in order, to luive I proper I controlof t i \When you suspect the 'kidneys use '

( I : ) K. McPIiersbn.Ifi : I mnde.! The bulk i,( /good IKIITK, 1.10 jeoi-gia.! in aotth<:rn Honda and to n l''l1omical.of'lal01'! than budding, 'anti ; .ho gateThe hoard agreed. lo ri>- l >
( ) II. A. Hunter hgains-l, ( l1J"!) Ilix. and upward} sold S7.JKI; ) to 8.20 lesser extant IT Laui.-iar.a. The tree grafted" trees al e quite an common in loniinend 'ti' 'm. Simmons for appoint. : The home-. recommended) rcirtedy.' '

:If c Howard Katz.,. with the roughs$7.25:> to $7.iiO,.. In however; OCM not thrive in mountainous the market as budded ones. ment. : Kis.i-hnmcv: testimony. .the Lj
; marked contrast .to the trad'for sections or in lowlands where the "('left grafting, nursery whip grafting Report was made, showing ths't t the '
(
Bullock'againit Kd- '
p 11') P. ((18))
weighty hogs, wan; the pi i market water, stand on or near the surface annular .budding patch \budding work d; ,>::ie for the city in grading mony.Kind.
gar Katz. which owing tu a l"'ck/tf ordersva, of'the ground. for considt-ral'le peri and chip Uuddmg :are th o usual methods M.ni: 'street amounted to $ .".0.II0. H J this I Kism'mmoe I Intl I)'" story t :
j C2'2)) Ci.; C. Livingston against C20)) 2.. to 50c( lower than yc"-torluy., Pigs J. II. I Dillard) Kinmctt; St., Ki.-sim-
odA, J. I II.) ( Ia'k.(2J ..
I 120 to I MO |bold at !t7'to' $7.7r, ; mce, : "I l \\ lt laid up for' eleven
> to admit of free root growth.aid call Each of these i is described! in ,'It'IIlIlhol't t t'" for thatimou'tit.! sIlY" $
I ) p. K.VUVe1,' against. ( ICi) L. lighter pig $",..7.to :#::7.Nitl. well drained but by no meansdl' : sc.me detail in Bulletin 700. Ac hac Tlu cotnmittte< "representing the St. I months. with <-,'inti,' rheumnti.-ni and

Carr. I. Live Slock ('''"1. r0. ] been stattd. however all of u physic'ian said I I the trouble. was
I i i.the best adapted to pecan cu- iilieaily i riouil and.! the Third I "omnis'I iontrVI'l'trict
I (12): ) Hob Dullock against ((12)I ) W.A. I
I McCool. tUI" '. It i--however. UK yet impossible these processes' reijir.) considerable, 1 ; appeared I before I lit' I board" I "rerfue'stmg brought' on ,by disordered kidneys I
! OSCEiLAWiIAiIYPRIZES to tate hich particular type of soil kill, and the results arc more likelyto notion or. their petition for was. in about) a.s bad! skupe us anyone
((12)) L. A. Hamilton agaiii.t( ((12 I ) I
R. B. Woodham. or, I locality is the best;: fitted for thi'indutry. be satisfactory!!' if they are performni a separate road
((16)) R. Bearden aRairist '((12)) J. W. In the southern portions of I by trained men. This committee na composed of F. i I kind i I of nic'dicine i the doctor had pr -

\ Simpson. I AT TAMPA the staled boidvring upon the Gulf of Where pecan groves are already) in F. 11. Pope. li. W. lllnuin F. it. [unH I Rciibed. but didn't.t any results I

((12)) :Mrs. Bullock agninst ((14' Mexico' and in the ea-tern portions of existence i muchcan lie done by'en- II and I.. I n. Fro.-t. I finally! used I Doan's Kidney Pills. andI

Mrs. Clark. the South Atlantic states there/ are BI I (('I'Ju'iingowner.... to'increase their A. E. I Drought and J. F. Farris. I noticed their good effect right away.
( Continued from Page 1))
'OUrlgorl'hards thatit productivity by l bringing the forest in favor of general Six IIOXQS made me feel ever so much
(20)) Mrs. M. Katz. against ('iOj) many promising ) spoke a countybond ,
I, Miss Inez Carson. this exhibit, may be found in the city seems reasonable) to suppose that trees more nearly into orchard form. issue. instead of creating a l>etter." "

Miss Hamilton today and tomorrow nnd will be glad the pecan may he grown/ profitably' This involves considerable time and arate district and lionding it. :\10c, at all dealers.. Pon't ',
((14)) against( ((14)))
to have those who will exhibit confer' and) unless followed imply ask for a ki'dnvy n'mC'd-A'et
Mrs. Stanford. I in almo-t any fertile 'e1l-drainei expense carefully l hers of the committee answered the .
\ : ( Iii; ) Mrs. Livingston against (12)) with him. portion" of thi area and that no one up will not be a profitable venture. argument and urged the commissioners I loan's I Kidney Pills-the! same that
\ Miss. Bishop.CATHOLIC. All .arrangements have been, made -ection I is distinctly better suited to Good; results, however, ciin be obtained ; to act at once. .1 :ti[ r. I Dillard) <1 hud. Foster-Milburn i Co.,
: for, Ing signs to be plact.i < n the exhibit the industry than any other. \ by the elimination of all undesirable After some discussion in regard to Props, Buffalo, N. VAUNT .

which will read, "(J.woola County The probable, ) } profits from an orchard trees, by careful pruning, and, the road route the board ordered! the ___ 00- _ __ _

LECTURES I Watch Us Grow." are difficult' to estimate, be- under certain conditions t by "top- publication of a call for an election I

J :Miss Jean Caldwei.!! Kissiniiiiee's cniis )both the demand for and supplyof workinjr" a portion of Die grove The BS I'l'qu."tl'd| in the petition. The PATSY

ATGRAYSTONECASINOThe efficient florift, will superintend the pecan nuts are changing rapidly.Ten importance of "topworldnindl'l'd"/ election a'atct for Saturday, March" POULTRY MASHA

: H I decoration of the booth with flowers years or so ago wild pecan nuts ,' can hardly be overestimated By this llth.1 I Inspectors were named as fil- sure egg producer. It never fails ;

and green foliage. Lewis Lang, the were rarely used except in the holiday method seedlings/ and trees of unsatisfactory -' lows: if fed according to direction

free lecture course on Catholic taxidermist, wil decorate the booth season, and ::1! cents a pound to the varieties may be tranRfo'mI I District) N'o. H ( III'l'oo"'c'lI-J) V,-. E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY

teachingand practice conducted by with deer heads and hides of Florida I grower was. considered a Tair price. ed into bearing trres of more valuable [ Tl'aceyV. R. Nettles and I D. P. J .\t 'lsaN'IiJ.l'= :. 1"f..A

the Rev. J. II.: Steinhrunner of Cleveland wild animals.Osceola The present consumption is so much' kinds. At the present time seedling Raulerson ; Mike Simmons, clerk. .

Ohio\ at the Graystone Casino day, as mCI't.iclll'd elsewhere greater,'however, that in 11)12! a maximum I orchards as well as wild trees areI District) > o.I (St. Cloud! )-Ed.Jeorge 1'Fhe
during the past week has been well will be observed at the fairon of 25 cents per pound was quot- I 'ing transformed in this manner i ( Sam Brammar and J. K. nulgoratlng! to the Pale and Sickly '

received by the visitors and general Friday, February 18th. The date I (,
public of Kissimmee. Father Stein- given in the premium book of the fairis nuts' probably ranges between 10 and I I Ii District No. ;5 ( CraJ.g-ras-R. ) L. Malarla.rnllchri: .' the i I kxx1.nd. build$ *ui>l,> :..>,.-
A SAGACIOfS FlAilY lr\D A true tonic. I'or a duK and chlMr U MJC
\ brunner arrived here last Sunday in error and all are requested 1.1: cents per pound. During the same I, .._ ..__ .. ......... _.,.........., ... ,... ............ ......... "
L i morning from St. Cloud, where he to not ? that Friday ir Os period the demand for the named ,i Once upon a time there was a good ;J!. !0 0 !_ !. _JoJ..: . . . .o.!0 _ 0" !. . 0 0 0 _-_ o'. . ". . . . .'" I

delivered a similar series of six lectures ceola day. The Kissimmee!" band will I varieties of has been stimulated I little girl.! j :.S. :. '

r at the G. A. R: hall. lie spokeat be present at the fair on that day I I, and at one pecans time prices of 1to" 3 i I And this good little girl asked her Cash is King We Sell for Less :

the 10 o'clock service at the Catholic and will also play for the fair on I cents a nut for theW were not unusual. mother if she could go and play in the :

church on the "Divinity of Christ" Tuesday and Thursday. Increased production, howe.ver, woods and her mother said, yes. j I I i "SERVES YOU RIGHT" ;2
and the same evening delivered his A fine livestock exhibit is expected I hoe resulted in forcing the named varieties So she went to play in the woods.
and those who have And she was walking along and
( opening public lecture on "American- from this county into competition with other '..
ism and the Catholic Church." livestock to exhibit are requested to nuts and with the wild product, and walking along and what: do you think j

4 P Before beginning the.Rev.. Stein- leave their stock at the Roliff pasture, prices have fallen in consequence. j she met? A fairy! And she was.aiv1fully'surp'ried .THE STORE . .
brunner stated the of comer Main and Vine streets, anytime to meet a fairy!. so she] .
tci clearly .
purpose During the fall of 1914 the wholesale I '
j
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E ; .
the lectures namely to give first hand before early Monday morning\ price for' a number of ''';well-known va.< said to the fairyi. .'.. .' 'I. ',/.,.t., .:"", : :" ., .' Denier inPineVShoe _, _\v, .. > :}:.

I$ information Concerning certain tenets Stock will be cared for, and fed :until rJ' de's" ,,"ai"" rl'Om' 0 ,'ti> '45" 1ni! : a :' /:'\'''Wheredo''you' ",; "'; ..."" .?...comeA... i';' from"This ; ; ( for Men- and Women' d }' : '
of Catholic that tlmetbyv.I thej'committeei'ahd r''willb"shippd' "'" % ; .th6'falry: s8ld. .
: teaching an.d. practice,"so i j> v,1 pound.?" ., . . 41Men's \
kit frequently mis understood by many in' speclal'cars'early'1Iorrday'morninJC. ; I The' increased production has also. -where I live. I Ir Furnishings )

Hesaid the lectures were intended as It was first planned to culled attention to the need for the' ..:. ..
educational discoures calculated for drive the stock across country but. I '
iVH'thoiTsof
development of alisfartory ; .
the enlightenment of those seeking a as a larger exhibit> could' be seemed, : : TAILORING DEPARTMENT" : ...
iou 'keting. Hitherto I I the growerhi.s WONDERFUl ...
better .understanding of the ;position i through the promise to ship by, tiain i iI ,di-po-ed) to a large extent if hisproduct YOUNG'S i:!: CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING :f.

(.f the church and would be. given in. t'li.s plan was adopted.Mr. ) .
matl-
the and :
> through DISCOVERYA :
I 1 expre-s 1 116 Broadway Phone 289 :
the of friendliness, and Chl.istlaf I ----
spirit (
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( ordererice I With the changed I ro'i-i A;
charity. : and<1 :'II...". William'' Roach, of La- .: Y :
A\ ]large/ audience welcomed, t the I I I'ollett"l I Ten'i., are -pending I the winter ilitinns'of not probable" tininductry that thr.se, however methodwill( it i-I Linament for .:.-:-:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:-.:..:-:.':":oo-. c.-:'.h+%..p-.(-:-:.(-:-------o" :-:-:-:-:-:'.5" :" :" :..(" !-!_!_!..'_!...._..!..%..'iI'.. ..

speaker Sunday night i and enjoyed in Kissimmee, and are q'ol.pin! at RHEUMATISM I . . . . .........--- ................. .. . ."... .. .. ,. ,. 4:
on . prove) a->-:->.:->..".-. ,
: the discourse. The attendantthrough t :2.1 :Main, "t i ( t't. They spentome) Farmer'Hulleti.'i, ? Till). cmphnHs : :'. .

1 out so fur has. been \'l'IT1'lltifyil1/ i \!. time' with A. .1. Lane at hi- place, j is al.so I laid I I upon the necessity' of( -electing Lame Back Neuralgia, Lum- *I

,,. There will he no lecture Saturday!: about) eight j ( miles i from :Narcoosseeand ': the proper"vuliety of I pc--iiti- bago, Gout, Sprains and Swellings i Classified Advertisements I t
night. Subject tonight: "Christ. are charmed with I Kissimmee I and i ,
tht'l for the section in whcih the orchardis Lameness, Cuts Bruises, ..<
Ivr el ituate. :-Mr. Roach has been
Confession. of Sin. a
Bible /nd: i located. I In the period since I IK'.iO: ), Burns, Scalds, Wounds Lacerations _. 64 &. & & & 0 0 6 6 0 6.6 . ._"." """"." --"_ _,..._,_'." .._
reader of the Gaxette; and declares - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 - -.nr.n ,
.
last lecture of the .eri ,;1
: day night : I when it may l 1.1' said, that nllmed.It'il', : .
"Is one Religion as Good as. Anoth- t that not half the truth has been told
er ? I I about, the advantages of thi.\ section ( about Ion( different sorts of th:- nuts. Throat, Quintey, and Tiller. 29 ft. o. a.j; converted cabin cat; ';

''of the state. )have been advertised( 'at one time or Glandular Swellings, Tooth- WANTED-To* hear from owner of: completely; equipped for cruising. \;

SEES SISTER SHE HAD A party oJ" sixteen sp nt Tuesday anot hc I'. Mnjy[ of these<< have proved, ache, Headache, Backache. farm or unimproved land for sale. Will sell cheap for cash, or trade. -4

I on boatride, and fishing' ( trip to Canoe ''failures, but there are others whose Cramps, of the Muscles, Painin II. L. Downing:', 178 Palace Bldg., See or write W. W. Saunders, 316
launch "" ''suitability, for certain !localities. seems Minneapolis, :Minn. 6-4 Mabbette\ St., Kissjmmee. tf '
; creek. The .Margaret"in the Chest, Pain in the Back 1
j. NOT SEEN IN 9 YEARS charge. of Jim Thbble' < was chartered t to hut ,. 1 been ileliiKtclytablihed.: 1 i I. and All Muscular Pains. FLAT FOR RKNT; -I-'uriiihhed- I"
-- I for the occasion and a jolly good A I list, of the varieties which can bere.ommemled FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage furlli hed. or un'I.

J. II. Reed 'and family.. Mr.l and! lime, and plenty of fish weie reported.In I for wirious, .sections! I' For Sale By close in; $12 per month.and E office. Apply .At. the Gazette
K. Wells, Real Estate Insur .
Mrs. L. S. Sponslcr and Mr.I and : i the paily were ( :IOl'gl'V: Kox J..1.I contained in the bulletin. ance. 104 Tossiel Ave. ( The Inn). I X.,
t. Mrs. A. K. Ford motored to I Paytona) I II.. ( Cameron I 1'avid Simpson, John" Whatever; variety is planted, it i-- PALACE DRUG STORE I.. ,: -.. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For r..:

J' last Synjluy in the Reed(! tind! ,Fold automobiles. I B.ol1I11111. J. H. Hdlard, J. 15. little hardly: safe to count., upon' commeicuil! TOMATO: PLANTS pasture landsflfteen, acres in Kiss-
; Thereby hang a tale. Robert. Robotham) tl II'. and :Mrs. (C. W.Fox I it t turn, ;,* fiom th urchartl! i in t i I less than Kissimmee, Florida FOR SALK-,,Fivc million Livingston's immee, well located.' Address, Box .t'j,

., It seems that some time ago :\lr. and) so-i. :.Mr., and :'III., ... ( ani]>bell. Hi) or 12:! years. Flllth..II1IOI','. it i 1- : best seed Globe grown Tomato on new Plants land; from price 2-l."i;;, Wauchula, Fla. G-7t :j

Reed received n letter from 11 siMcrof and :Messrs.. Laixe and Brooks.K. said, t the propugatio'i( of [peciri trees, I -- I $1.25! per thousand. J. It. Davis,
Mrs. Reed who lives in Oklahoma. like that of fruit, trees, is. a highly Bartow, Fla. 45tpd3.i l l FOR SALE-A horse) cow, buggy,' ,.t
and whom :Mrs. Reed had riot seen in i:. C, Browan" ") aOl A. I.. Turner, -pecialixed! iticlutti y. i'h': selection, and I' Easy to Take saddle and harness, farming uten'g
nine She staU-il in this letter who are principal. I stockholders i 'I II Ihe and preparation of .suitable 'soil, the : SALE: OR HADE tor horse and sils. !Mrs.\ G. B. Cassity,. Orange /J
years. ,
South Afilcan' Wonder comp'any,. of choosing of seed and its can' wagon, one 2 cy. Buick in good Center, Fla. '
proper
; 7-2tpd
that she coming to Florida and ,
was I
condition, !good; tires; must sell or 11
.li-.ckso'iville.: manufacturers of the I 11") '("\ "ions to planting(, the iletaiK ofplanting No Pain
t. short in I ) would
after a stay Daytona or trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. WANTED-Daily)
I South African Hair 1 I i and,I Scalp Remedy the care of the young/ seedlings Express shipments '
come to Kissimmee to visit her sis, Box 221. Klsslmmen. 7tf of '
, were visitors. ill the city on :'I1.on-I''i , the work of budding grafting vegetables and fruits. Macon .
I ter. day and Tue"layVhil\, here TO EXCHANGE have 1100 acres Produce Co., Macon Ga. 6-5t
I and, finally!I the di V'ingof the AcheIt .
Mr. Reed did not tell his. wife about)
arranged for the sale oT their goods. of coal land on the P. R. K., forty
r this letter. He kept silent and then t i..s.' are all processes which require miles from Pittsburg, Pa., which I TOM: WATSON MELON SEED-For
quietly suggested the Sunday trip to'' They were accompanied by Prof. ( :: much experience. Under ordinary wish to exchange for Florida prop- sale at SOc per pound by Malloy
c : S. Shoemaker, who is head of the circumstances, therefore it is better erty, either impifeved or unimproV-
that :Mrs. Reed'sBister i Bros. & Turner
Daytona, knowing is no longer to bear Fenholloway Fla.
necessary ed. Will trade all No
Jacksonville Barber College.( ;Mr. his or part.
for the man to purchaae
would be there. arrival' average II .
Upon Turner for the weakening sickness and terrible agents. Address Owner, 1102 Bid- : 8-3tpd
\ there he looked up Mrs. Reed's sister I was twenty yer.rs tax us-I I stock from some nursery yian to attempt nausea that always follows a dose of well St., Pittsburg, Pa. 5-4t I
sessor of Duval county and has always -
it himself. It
to raise some-
and then sent his to tell his mother : MILCH
son COW WANTED
r taken an active interest in the calorqpl. FOR SALE Automobile in first- will buy
times happens however, that trees of j -
that there was a lady in the house I I a' fresh
LIV-VER-LAX cleanses the torpid young cow that is gentle
politics of that county. :Mr. Browardis the desired variety are not readily class condition or will trade. In-
where he stopped who wished to see liver and livens the whole and milker
easy Jersey
up 'systemby grade she
a relative of the late Governor N. obtainable and that the planter must quire Breaker & Barclay, Kissim- ;
her. When Mrs. Reed came into the must be right and
{ B. Broward. For this rctt- ridding: it of the cloging poisons.Yet mee. 8tf a bargain for
be his
own
house and saw her sister there was a nurseryman. it works so gently and pleasantlythat 0" cash. State full particulars how
detailed
No. contains
f ,. a joyous reunion. Do you believe .In marrying for son instructions bulletin for 700 the guidance of the you hardly know you've taken It. FOR SALE-Two motor boats. One much milk she gives and your low-
'' Mrs. Reed's sister will visit her 16ft. and other est price. Address '
LIV-VER-LAX long 20.
love'" asked the sentimental girl beginner. being purely vegetable Enquireof "Buyer, Valley I'
here later. harmless and does L. M. Williams 409 It. Gazette.
is absolutely Clay fit!
whose face was her principal misfor Planting the seed in the place i
not tear the system like calomel. 7-2tpd
up
Putting Down Trouble. tune. where the tree is expected to stand in And it's guaranteed to be satisfactoryor I FORBALE-lron Clad In ubator, capacity -
down disturbance "Not necessarily" replied the gray- the orchard is not recommended fora STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE 140 eggs; heated by kerosene
,. Patience-Father put a the druggist will return 'your mon
:' lut night. haired parson. "A. a rule I usually number of reason The ;young For sale at 50c and $1 at Osceola Strong intelligent gentle, excellent lamp. Everything In. good order;.

Patrice-Ye.; be ate a Welsh rab- marry. for mon"" ."Indianapolis tree are difficult to protect from inJury ey.Pharmacy;' condition. Money refunded if no hi use one hatch. Will sell cheap. .
I.b1t Star. ,. while growing crop between th6 colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf Inquire at Gazette office. 8tf I'
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