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 18, 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: VID00738
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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ARYAN: SPEAKS' 1 Don't W., J.Be BRYAN Misled; 5-COONTY: FAIR BOARD OF TRADE NAMES' OFFICERS 1



ON HIS PLAN Do not allow\ yourselves to be DRAWS MANY

Y deceived( or misled as to the real
issue. The question is not 1 AND FATHERS ROAD BONDING PLAN > .
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FOR PEACE whether itself,, this if nation, attacked.would We defend FROM HERE[ ,

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have a potential power-of defense ,, '.r
such as no other ,nation f

,REAT; ORATOR AND OPPONENT has today-such as no other/nation KISSIMMEE -AND 'OSCEOLA COUNTY H. C."STANFORD AGAIN ELECTED Boqr4.of TradeCommittees COMMITTEE NAMED TO PREPARE

,,; OF PREPAREDNESS PROPA. has ever had, and ther HAVE BEEN PLAYING A'BIG PRESIDENT OF BODY WITH ANQ CIRCULATE PETITION TO

GANDA SETS FORTH OBJECTIONS nations know it. There I ii no PART IN EVENTS AT MIDWINTER JOHN M. LEE, AS VICE PRESIDENT HAVE ALL OF COUNTY EXCEPT
danger that an attack would,
TO INCREASES IN JEX- not be resisted, and we would EXPOSITION HELD IN oit.I AND JOHN S. CADEL SEC- President-. C. Stanford. THIRD COMMISSIONER'S DISTRlCT .

PENDITURE FOR GREATER not depend' upon the jingoes. LANDO DURING THE PRESENT. RETARY AND TREASURER FOR Vice President-John M. Lee.SecretaryTreusurerJohn MADE INTO ROAD QIS.

ARMY AND NAVY. They would be too busy making I I WEEK. ENSUING YEAR, S. TRICT.$250OOOJOND.
P army contracts and loaning; : Cadel. -

WELL RECEIVED HERE to money reach at the high front.rates If of we interest ever ''HUNDREDSGO TODAYFRIDAY FUNDS IN GOOD SHAPENEW Exccytlve of other Committee committees-Chairmen and ISSUE

have 'a war, we will depend, as ..:.. th. officers of the board. '
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'- AUDIENCE, ALTHOUGH SMALL, in the past upon those who COMMONLY ACCEPTEDAS YEAR IS BEGUN WITH AL. Road Bonds-C. A, Carson, THIS AMOUNT WILL BE STATEDIN

APPLAUDS POINTS BROUGHT work when the country needs OSCEOLA DAY. ALTHOUGH MOST $800 IN TREASURY AND John M. Lee, A. E. Donegan, ELECTION CALL FOR

a OUT BY FORMER SECRETARYOF workers and fight only when the WEDNESDAY WAS ANNOUNCED ONLY FEW SMALL BILLS TO W. Crawford, John S. Cadel, WHICH COMMISSIONERS WILL

STATE, WHO CONTENDS country needs fighters. AS SUCH IN PROGRAMSW. BE 'PAID-ClTY TO BE ADVERTISED II. C. Stanford, J. E. Lupfer, J. BE ASKED AT ADJOURNED

THAT TilE MORAL CODE OF J. BRYAN SPEAKS THIS IN HEARST SYNDICATE F. O'Berry Walter C. Bass and SESSION TO BEHELD HERB

MEN WHICH HAS ABANDONED MORNING KISSIMMEE BAND PAPERS FOR PERIOD OF EIGHT B. C. Miller. TOMORROW (SATURDAY).

DUELLING SHOULD BE ADOPT. TAKES PART IN SHOW-EXHIBIT WEEKS AT VERY LOW COST. Advertising G. Wagner, COMMITTEE SPENDS. THIS
ED BY NATIONS IN THEIR RE GOLF CLUB OFFICERS WINS PRAISE. Roma Thomas, W B. Harris, J. WEEK SECURING SIGNATURESAll

LATIONS. With a balance on hands of $788.59: K. Atwood and W. B. Crawford. "' :

NAMED BY DIRECTORSJ. Osceola county is playing big partin ,and only a few small bills to be paid, Municipal Improvements this week :'committee named :

Y William Jennings Bryan, three- the Five-County Fair in Orlando the Kissimmee Board of Trade beganits E. Donegan, J. D. Clark, Jno. M. by the Board of Trade at its annual

times candidate for the Presidency as this week. Large crowds from Kis new year on Friday night of last Lee, W. B. Harris and B. E. session held last Friday night the

the standard-bearer of the Democratic WADE TUCKER ELECTED simmee and all parts of the county week with the election, of officers to Evans.- names of members of which are givenin

party and more recently Secretary of PRESIDENT AND JOHN S. CA. have attended the fair each day, but handle the affairs of the organization.The Statistics. M. Willson, jr.; the adpolnLng column has been

State in the cabinet of the President, DEL SECRETARY AND TREAS. the largest crowd from this sectionis officers unanimously named to J. F. O'Berry, S. H. Bullock, J. busy preparing a petition and securing

was a guest of the Woman's Christian URER FOR TilE'ENSUING, expected at the fair today, which handle the affairs of the organizationare E. Lupfer and H. E. Cole. signatures thereto asking the

Temperance Union of Kissimmee on YEAR MANY PLANS FOR-IM- has generally boon accepted as Osce- / as follows: Entertainment-E. C. Bryan, board of county commissioners at

Monday and as such delivered his lec- PKOVEMENTS.! ola day, although Wednesday was H. C. Stanford, president; reelected. S. G. Ragsdale, S. W. Lawler, their adjourned session to be held to-

ture: "The War in Europe and Its published in the program as such. All DeWilton Alderman and II. C. morrow to call an election for the

Lessons for i'',," at the High School Directors of the Kissimmee Golf | the public schools of the county are John M. Lee, vice-president. Harper. creation of a special road and bridge

auditorium Monday night. Club met at a dinner party at the I enjoying a holiday to allow the teachers John S. Cadel, secretary and treas Manufactories and New Enterprises district to include all of the county

The audience, while not a large one I clubhouse of the organization last|I and pupils to attend. urer.J. --J. Wade Tucker, C. except the Third Commissioner's District (

due to the fact that the city had jut Saturday evening and named officers The Kissimmee Band will be on W.' Prentis, the retiring secre- W..Griffin, Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz which has been set aside in the

had a wealth. of "entertainment in its ]I for the, ensuing year. I hand today as it was yesterday and on tary an treasurer, made his financial and M. D. Alexander. call for an election issued by the

chautauqua held last week, was appreciative I; The officers named are: J. Wade Tuesday, when it took part in the big report for the year, showing a balance Transportation, Lakes and board last week. '

and frequently applauded i I Tucker, president; Kenneth McPherSon I floral parade, which attracted a large on hand of $788.5! Rills of Rivers-C. A. Carson, W. B. It is understood that this petitionwill

the speaker.Mr. I' vice-president; John S. Cadel, number of Kissimmee people. Capt Clay Johnson of $90 for the Makinson, C. W. Ward, II. M. be ready for presentation to the

Bryan has lost none of his eloquence secretary and treasurer. The automobile floral parade this Congressional trip down the Kissim- Breaker and G. II. Prather. board at the meeting tomorrow and .

; He is still the same cool, A number of speeches were madq I year excelled all others in the num- mee river, the Graystone hotel of $35 Finance and Auditing-J. W. that according to law this petitionmust

logical speaker of former years. He I by those present and many plans ber of automobiles in line and in the for the luncheon given recently and Prentis, K D. Katz P, K. lay over until the March meet.

makes even his strongest points of argument were suggested for the club during Isuuty of the decorated cars. J{. C. Stanford, $5.25 for incidental Weaver, W. W. Carson II. M. ihg of the board, when the election: twill

without any shAw of emotion the coming year. A number of improvements The Oskito Campfire Girls, of Kis- expense, were referred to the execu- Katz. be called. The petition asks that

or excitement. His statementsare were planned.The simmee, won third prize in the contest tive committee for approval.It Immigration and Commercial the districtso, created be bonded for

intensified by the elf-8ame absence board of directors is composed for the best decorated float. Their was reported by C. A. Carson, as Relations-N. C. Bryan, S. L. $250,000, the proceeds of such bond

of any visible evidences of feelIng of the following: II. C. Harper, .L float represented a campfire scene and chairman of the advertising committee Lupfer and.W. T. Makinson. Issue to be spent in the building of .

yet his argument sinks into the Wade Tucker, E. L. Lesley, II. C. around the campfire clad in their of the board, that a contract had brick roads in the northern end of

minds of his hearers with a force that I Stanford, M. Katz, P. K. Weaver, R. characteristic garb were: Mrs. How- been signed with a representative of -"" the county and in improving the roadsof

cannot be attained by speaker of B. Woodham, K. McPherson, W. J. S. the Hearst in the southern end. It is stated that
any ard Katz and Misses Violet Bullock, newspapers, seven number I
the more emotional and excitable Carr, E. C. Bryan and J. K. Atwood. Norma Griffin, Grace Gilbert:, Kath- and the three Hearst magazines, DIXIE HIGHWAY CAR $200.000 will be used for the building :

type. Even those who are opposed to Those present at the dinner were: erine Carr Ellen Ansted, Margaret for the appearance of a quarter-page of brick roads in this section of the

his arguments are impressed with his L. A. Hamilton, Harry Hunter A. E. and. Mattie Stanford, Muriel Prentis, advertisement in all of these papers PAYS CITY A VISITW. I county: and $50,000 in the. improvement
Ehr-
sound logic and the entire absence of Donegan, J. D. Clark Norman Mary Tiller and Lois Johnson. The next Sunday and a four-inch advertisement of the louthern portion of ,the

any forensic attempt to influence his hardt, Robert" Page J. S.. Cadel K. float was constructed on Mach Bros. to appear for the seven Sun .r county. "'

hearers with impassioned and wild McPherson II. C. Harper R. B. truck which; 'was driven by Albert days following., Copies of the advertisements S. GILBREATH, FIELD SECRET The matter was brought before the a
,Woodham, W. J. S. Carr"J. K. Atwood -. HERE ON TOUR OF
of
flight oratorysMr. Skitter, were submitted for, ap meeting of theBoard, of Trade last 1
Bryan was introduced by the P. K. Weaver, E., C. :':Bryan and*. ',,The Osceola county exhibit is located proval. ',It wag, also stated that the WESTERN BRANCH OF ROUTE. Friday night by'C. A.: Carson who
(Rev. W, B, Witherspoon, pastor of IL C...Stanford.,.., ,s. i '.' :1V\{ ;'siV)\:>'''s; ",* i in' the east wing* of,the general Hearst' papers would print free of COUNTY COUNCIL OF, HIGHWAY presented the following resolutions:

the ,Presbyterian church, of which denomination Committees..were named as follows\ :I ASSOCIATION JS FORMED the time has when
i exhibition building and is attractingno charge a number of articles in regardto Whereas passed .
,
House committee-W. J. S. Carr, J. HERE.
the distinguished speakeris small amount of attention, splen- Kissimmee and Osceola county. Mr. anyone can question the desirability ,
K. Atwood P. K. Weaver, H. C. Harper !
a member. The speaker's table was did display being made of fruits, vegetables Carson submitted an article on the of good roads, and
decorated with a flag, the property of and E. C. Bryan. seeds, hays, grasses, etc. co'tle\ industry which he had sent to, W. S. Gilbreath, field secretary of Whereas in the opinion of this
W. J. and to which interesting Greens committee A. Hamilton, the Dixie Highway association, arrived -
Fripp, an County Demonstrator B. E. Evans tho papers for publication. For all Board no improvement adds moro to
II. C. Harper, S. H. Bullock, R. B. in Kissimmee in his
history is attached. and A. E. Thomas are in charge. Miss this service it was stated the Hearst i Wednesday the comfort, convenience and profit of
Woodham, and E. D. Katz. scout in which he is
tribute the C. T. U. car making a
After to W.
a Jean Caldwell is looking after the papers were charging $67.20. Think-' the citizens of n country than good
,Finance committee-H. C. Stan- tour of the western branch of the
and Frances Willard the noted
to floral display while Miss Anne Carson ing this a cheap figure for such extensive roads; andWhereas
ford, E. L. Lesley, J. W. Tucker, C. highway in Florida. lIe is
this \ With- accompanied -
leader of
organization
has charge of the canning club advertising, the board of trade the county, through the
said in regard to the A. Carson and M. Katz.It by M. Rocamore, representing
erspoon flag: exhibit. approved the contract. proper official has pledged that there
The flag on the stage tonight is one was reported that the golf courseis in the live stock exhibits Osceola W. B. Harris suggested that the the Scarborough Motor Guide would be good roads through the
rapidly gaining in popularity and Company,. of Indianapolis\ who is
of the dearest possessions of one ofdour county makes a fine showing and a I board take up the matter of a paid pre- county, as an inducement to secure
that from thirty-five to forty personsare parihg guide for
citizens. big percentage of the cattle, hogs and secretary and this matter was refer- a touring parties. the passage of the Dixie Highway
daily to be seen on the greens. While here 1 Gilbreath with
> met
1 It was christened for Bryan on the ponies shown are products of this : red to the executive committee for \r. through this county.
Guests of the Graystone Hotel and prominent citizens at the council
day he uttered the words, "You shall county. consideration.The city Therefore, in order to keep good
other tourists are taking advantageof chamber, where Dixie
not press down upon the brow of la- I The opening exercises of the fair executive committee was also I a Highway faith with the promises made to the
the opportunity for golf playing Council for Osceola
\ bor this crown of thorns, you shall were held Tuesday and promptly at asked to take up the matter of securing county was organized Dixie Highway people, and more especially .
and the club is much pleased with the with the
i not crucify mankind upon a cross of I 9:30 o'clock there was a band concert permanent quarters for the : followingofficers: to secure a system bf good
outlook. President II. C. Stanford.
gold." ,at the auditorium which signalled the board of trade on, the ground floor of road! for the convenience and profit s',

Throughout the campaigns of 1896, opening of the fair. This was followed sbme centrally located building.The Vice-president-Sam Brammar, of of our citizens.Be .

1900 and 1908 it waved 'in the Bryan MANY VISITORS HERE by the opening exercises, with addresses naming of committees for the St. Cloud. it Resolved by the Kissimmee
Secretary-D. G.
ranks and marches ,in the great city by Mayor Sperry, lion. II. ensuing year was postponed until Wagner. Board of Trade that wo shall strivein

of Chicago.On HOTELS ARE CROWDED | Clay Stanford president of the Kis- I Saturday afternoon at which time Treasurer--J. M. Willson, Jr. every reasonable way to have all
Board of directors The officers
one occasion, when the Boer rep- simmee board of trade; J. II. Compton -I they were named as given in an adjoining of Osceola county, except the special
named and Ed. of St. Cloud.
resentatives were in Chicago to pre- -- chairman board of county com- folumn, President Stanford George road district set aside by the Town of
sent their phase of the South African GRAYSTONE FILLED TO LAST missioners, Lake county; Hon. E. L. being assisted in the selection of the Mr. Gilbreath addressed the meet- St. Cloud, made into a special road

situation, from the galleries of the ROOM AND MANY SLEPT ON Lesley, chairman board of county personnel of the committees by C. A. ing and told them of the work now and bridge district.

auditorium it waved its greeting.On COTS MONDAY NIGHT-WAS commissioners, Osceola county; lion. Carson, John M. Lee and John S.. being done by the highway aSBOfclla*' 'That we shall endeavor to bond
Lion and the results that could be
several occasions with its ownerit RECORD BREAKING CROWD IN I (Continued on page 6)) Cadel.\ ex- tho said new district for $250,000.00
proudly kept ?ace with the illus LAST FOUR YEARS-PRIVATE pected when the highway is put into $200,000.000 of which shall be used to V
first class condition.
trious John P. Altgeld. HOUSES FILLED. construct brick roads in the upper
INDIANS,SEND SYRUP EVANS SENDS INJURED I He left Wednesday to continue his
From the frozen Behring Sea to portions of the county and $60,000.00of
sunny Florida its folds have unfurledon That the number of visitors in Kis- tour through Polk county and to Tam- which shall be used to build and

Independence days. simmee this winter is much larger TO DOCTOR HICKSWhen AVIATOR TANGERINES improve roads in the southern partof

A great man's shadows are often than in recent years has been fre- THIEVEiSTEATiDES the county.

stated in the Valley Gazette, 2nd. That committee of
lengthened by the institutions he quently a seven
J. M. Willson, Jr., returned B. E. Evans, county farm demon-
erects. What greater, more glorious but the fact was brought out more ((7)) be appointed, whose duty U shallbe
from a visit to the Seminole Indiansin strator of Osceola county wac: on tho
emblem extend! to forcibly this week, when all of the to take all to have
can lofty heights, necessary steps
the Everglades last Friday he job at Tampa where he had chargeof FROM OSCEOLA EXHIBIT
to farther shores, to enduring fame : hotels have been crowded and the private with him the matter presented in accordance
brought a glass jar of the Osceola county exhibit at the
boarding houses Ailed to with law to the commissioner
than this emblem of righteousness, capa- county
made the Florida
syrup by Indians and sentas South Fair. When Aviator
which some of us associate the cause Thieves broke into the freight car of Osceola county at their meeting to
city.On a gift to Dr. M. J. Hicks, of this Beech was injured, Evans sent hima
of our peerless guest tonight.Mr. Monday night every hotel in the city who is a great friend of the box of Jsceola county tangerines.As containing the Osceola county exhibitat be held on February 19th, to urge
then in few Orlando Monday night and stolea said commissioners to call an election
Witherspoon a city was full and the Graystone turn- original Americans.This a result the Tampa Tribune says:
well-selected words introduced Mr. ed away a number of guests after every syrup is of fine quality and is \ and number of wild' animal hides be- as provided by law and to act as a
"As of
who with Joud an expression sympathy longing to Lewis Lang and others. campaign committee to see ,that the
Bryan: ...was greeted ap- available room had been occupiedand made by the Indians' own process in
I an appreciation of his part; makingthe
The hides had been exhibit at the affirmative vote is had concerning the
plause. many were sleeping on cots, one I on
which calls for the boiling down of .
Paying tribute to the women of men bunking for the night in the I sixty gallons of juice into eight gal- South Florida Fair a success, Supt.B Tampa fair and were being moved to i issuance of said bonds.

the W. C. T. U., Mr. Bryan openedhis writing room. I lons of E. Evans, of Osceola county, sentto Orlando for the exhibit at the five- 3rd. That said committee shall
syrup.
address with a few remarks extemporaneously Other hotels have been full\ all this Mr. Willson reports that v the Indians Aviator Beech, at the Gordon Kel- county fair. The car was broken have the right to add additional 7

in which he cited the week and the Graystone since Mondayhas are for the most part suffering from ler Hospital a box of tho finest tan- open before it had been delivered to names to the committee if they sea
gorints, with the compliments of Os- the committee in of the exhibit fit and to call for such assistance
14 tact that there are three great question had capacity business. hardships. He said their hogs and charge ,
to be settled in the next decade. Kissimmee has more winter touristsnow dogs in the ceola County. These tangerines: were and it is ''likely that'the railroad horn others as they find necessary.The .
shape and
were poor those that bluo bbon
I' none prosperous "
," "Prohibition", and "Woman's the crowds at the hotels .break all looking. for Osceola county. the goods or will make a sellte- adopted and President II. C. Stanford

Suffrage." All of these he said were records for the past few years. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Farmer, Miss ment therefor. of the board named the committee to
linked together in that woman's suffrage Miss Jean Caldwell was in Orlando have charge at the same time other
would solve the liquor problem Mr., and Mrs. W. B. Crawford motored Tuesday arranging the floral exhibit Jane Patterson their guest,_and Mar Oscar Lorraine and Doc. Delaney, committees were named at a meeting

', tod the peace problem. to Orlando Tuesday to see the In the Osceola county section at the ion Farmer motored' to Orlando Sun of Orlando were visitor in the city held Saturday afternoon. President tfS

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; PACE'Z. . .. THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 191C.

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'r., r "' -... '''; "'f ... ... .;. 111I -. 111I -. ... law"wlthout the amendment which-1 1 .O..O.OO.' .Ot..t..t ... .. . of wolves chasing me at this verr
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oIt- \ v- tIP- v- have -offered I fear you will make a minit than to go amongst' thim( rid.. .

: tv loafer, yea ,a boggcr. and a 'thief, of Kissinamee The CanoeAn divils." ,
r I.. every child under. the age"of 14 who I : ?- Light .O..1 "Oh, well. Terry, it is a part of the J


ij, I' r{: Do> You, Want Your ''does'procure npt have the "absolute1 the 'necessary necessities means of to . Original Legend. a.a.Told by Judge, 'G.:; F. Krtbbs. (Continued on Page 8))


f. I rf life; for a child will beg,, yes, .steal, A.
before he will' 8tarve OO.t.OO.OO+OOOOtOOO ttOtOOO.OOOO O .cl ky

r :. Clothes'Cleanedand Talk about philanthropy If the In a country emerging from wilder chief's village at the southern end of

Kcntlcmers 911 this floor will join hands ness, to habitable homes .the changesare the lake. Canoes Idy beached, but no .J

with mo and: 'pass at section "with a rapid and of striking 'contrast. one was fa sight. This looked ominous :c

!i iit Pressed Free of proviso! that thousands, of dollars, if The tales of these stirring times are I and filled them with gloomy liE MA E.I

jioccHKiiry, be nproprlaled. by the Gov.eVnment many. Aft they become traditionarythey I I forebodings. They were too weary HIT 4

for the purpose 'of educating change, fade and are forgotten.It 'for extended exertion, nor would it .

'. ,. clothiiijf( .. and feeding those children is the duty of each' 'locality rescue -I have been Safe to have entered the

I, ,' Charge ? who run" not make their own these historical legends from village alone nightfall. They deter

living and no visihle.gteana of support oblivion, BO that future'generations I mined to take one of the It'anoes, and, I'

tI. them for all time. for the near- wl ,.
iy i ij' -- : I ( may preserve I greater safety, cross tq> ,

Mr. Keating?. Mr. Chairman; will "" All know the story of h.ow Pocahontas 'est island, and there camp for the

the geiitle'hian yield there? saved the life! of Captain John night.

j'' t t Any one buying a suit from us at twenty dollars or Tho Chairman .Dot-H the gentle- Smith; many of you have heard of the Scarcely, had they left the shore 1

s mll'l). from Florida yield to the gentleman numoleHH, daughter of Chief Hirrihi-\ when a canoe pulled out front theoverhangina ; "
suit week W
in value will clean and one a ,
I a more' we press. from Colorado ? gun, who saved the life of John Ortiz' branches nearby hover- ,' ,- 1

for twelve weeks, free of charge. M r. I'Urs. No; I fpur.to yield to the Spaniard who canoe to Florida I .vl in the shadows until the light of.'

h. the .distinguished and learned gentleman with Do Navarez in 1528; but I tell t tyo.u their camp fire glimmered throughthe I'

THIS DOEs NOT INCLUDE PALM BEACH because I realize that I am Just fi tale of. more local interest, of'' trees then shot swiftly down'"the We haven't much time to play the

breaking into the Halls of Congress, one who'Baved the lift! of a brave! lake. .. I because this .
CLOTHES. national l .
great game,
I and by his wit and wisdom he 'might American soldier and his comradeof The soldiers had eaten supper and

J /Hunt rate inc. (Laughter.) And, as I Kissimmee, the Light Canoe of Kis- were sittingby the fire smoking and business keeps us pretty busy We

wan about to say, make*the: conditions Rlmmee, the Indian maiden. I but tell cleaning their guns, each thinking of make a hit, however, with the people .

1 which I have suggested impossible, the tale as 'twas told to me. their 'perilous' mission and of their in this town who appreciate the

: We give more value for the money than any other thon they will have accomplished After the Spanish flag came .down own loved ones far away. The silence BEST MEAT. We also play the ;

dealer in town. something, land I| the Stars and Stripes floated free was broken by the Irishman."I game fair. If you are not our customer .

"' Mr. Chairman I want to appeal to :i to the Florida breeze, the Indians say, Sergeant, bad cess to the '
would appreciate
crowded still further towardsthe now we a
were .
haythen rid skins who won't behave
Come in and compare our good with any other those men who like myself, equally
Everglades by the white settlers. trial order. Phone us to-day.
nn well love their mothers and love like Christians but must cut up so

.. merchant ih the city, and let us prove to you our statement children. I thank 'my God that I had The wrong was not all on one aide. pernickety that nothing will do for

t The white man's cold persistency in our gineral but to send us to palaver PHONE 44 1'
is correct. the strength-and I am not appealingto I
the jlall..ri"s-wh..n I was under'i pressing his unjust claims was met instid of coming with the'army to !

.. by the tireless spirit of revenge of the send them to kingdom come. It is
ft the age of 14 to go out and make an I CITY
I red which found vent in deeds of
man,
J honest dollar, for I believe I Was benefited meself that is kilt entirely with running I ET'I

ratter than injured by so do- savage cruelty visited upon innocent but I would rather have a pack

Our Spring Reception ing. And I am trying in my humble I I victims. >
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I
It was after the earlier campaignsof
, way to instill into my little boy of I
I General Jackson that a new treaty
.
11 years of age the lesson that it is
Starts February 21st no disgrace at any age to do an honest had been agreed upon, which was Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. I.. Barber cc'r.lrca '1
thought would bring to Florida. ,
peace
day's toil. And yet if this bill becomes '.'
The Indians had the winter
spent near
I
a law you tell him if he works
will several hundred suit
i when display
r 1 we the camp of the troops in northern
before he is 14 years of age some

t, lengths. body is committing a crime, and you Florida in apparent friendliness, I 1 1IJ'
Among the soldiers in that '
not only tell him this, but you say to camp I :
winter was Sergeant Nelson, who
him he cannot work before he is 14,
soon became a welcome visitor in the
, even though he should be starving.
Indian camp. He had a store of frontier Bryan Realty CompanyOffices i
Why, Mr. Chairman the South at
experience and'a knowledge of I
Our Cleaning and Pressing my hands, needs noT defense. In my .
i I many Indian dialects, and aa kind as on Broadway, I Kissjrnmee,
own state, Florida, which I have the
he was lie taught the j jd
r' courageous Opposite Graystone Hotel
honor in part to represent, we havea
Department Indian youth some of the tricks of the -
; law that prevents boys under the
!
.11' chase and the fashion of the weaponsof l
I age of 10 years from selling, papers, lj
I'J ,
J the more northern tribes. An Indian j
and which prevents boys and girls
I' IS THE BEST IN TOWN \ under the age of 12 from workingeven maid the daughter ot. a chief,
!- loved the water, but her canoe Wall
in stores unless they can come Orange Groves Timber I and. We Pay Taxes far Nonrealrte
heavy and cumbersome, though other- .
under a proviso somewhat similar to Cattle Ranches, Country and Wents .nd Act as Owner's
wise suited to the sluggish lakes and
Oliver's Suitatorium the amendment that'I have introducedhere City Property Agei Is for Rental Property. ,t
\ rivers of this state. '
today. And yet it is the South >1
Nelson taught her how to build a
you affirm, you are striking at; yet it
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canoe after the fashion of those usedto
r p. is my people that by the strong .arm ,
; .t PHONE 61 stem. the swift current of the nor-
of the law must 1.fOI'.d to protect
thern streams, and at the same timeto
I their children. I want to say Mr. SUB-TROPICAL ::1'
make it light and strong. To the
Chairman that I do not doff my hat
tribe it was a revelation as under the :I
to any man when it comes to love and MID-WINTER FAIR AND
skillful strokes of the girl it skimmedthe
. .. respect and- admiration for a child. .
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waters like a bird on the wing. EXHIBITION ;
,For 10 years it has been my pleasure
They called it "Kissimnwe," or the
SEARS MAKES MAIDEN to give! my of time to the educationand
CONGRESSMAN light canoe and, afterthe tribal custom '
the ..uplift of the young men' of TO CITIZENS OF VOIATSJA. L.AKR.
she was ever after known by the 5'h'r RKMINol.K.:: o""I'" .UL.A AND OilA .
my ('ounty'ahd I believe I know what Ml 10 CUUNTiFsctlhi :
'
'10 '
;' SPEECH IN HOUSE OJJ CHILD LABOR Is I best for'' Uu ,. IInd I therefore same name, '' : -:'1'1 "..I .
; ; : m; ,appeal -< '
ti' :,,:Iutu while theejsergeAat was eic : COUNTIESGREATEST Uor't known to nll.of.xyou that you ,
,, ''to you'durin'g' thejfoui-irnonths h \, !. : : : \" ).'"are "I vlted and i expected S II to prepare )
Ing her.the art of 'eanoesbuilding, his .. ., eullA"ltt)! exhibits, fur tlUpliiy at the
when there are no schools in our sec ir'-eat exposition already agreed upon
conversation to her :
opened a. new liy youro.le.| | I cniraKlntr In n frlrn.llyrnmpfttt
: tion not to make of them loafers andif
.AlmUSSES HOUSE ON SUIUK.C ()1' OI1IU) LABOR AND EU)
world and awoke the woman's soul EVENT IN Ion for th exhibition of the*
:
they have no means of support, M,rl.1 l pr.> SITS FORTH HIS I QUKNTIA within her. She to THEHISTORY { "MniJe: III your 10" your "
not to make of them beggars. l P. not I school work, your fruit,
WILL HK: OK INTERES TO III : :MANY FRIENDS IN KISSIM- force those who have been so but her affection displayed! itself in OF .THE- tables, your" farm product, your your" stoma vi-ite- e J.

a unfor-I 1'ttle acts of kindness and gratitude.Not FIVE COUNTIES of house and Hi-Ill. > our art rn-atlnna,
( MEE AND OSCE COUNTY.: tunate as to lose their father your stork rhlrki-ni: : and all other. i'
only were the Indians fed by I things of tnt,'r.St. \.
-- their \living and their support by the I'rrrmn- attend In and with
H person
the during the dry sea- :
government d
your family I nod, friends. and the
stranger
sweat of their brow of their widowed -I -
poor
Tho many friends of Congressman l lories, Mr. Chairman at the people son, but when spring came food and 5COUNTIES 1.Ihln, your eaten.SURTKOI'ICAL .
mother. (Applause)
: W. J. Scars, of the )Fourth Congressional who today occupy those seats, I wonder The Chairman. The time of thegentleman seed" were furnished them that they MIDWINTER EX-

?f District, in KisKJmmee and Oa- might go south and on the rich prairies POSITION OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVE
t how it is-we have ever been pt'r'mitt..1 from Florida has expired.
; ceola county where he spent most of plant their crops so as to providefor COUNTIES. J

.. I'' hi* life, will he interested in his to survive and to be here for their own support until the time

;, maiden speech in congress. the purpose of enacting laws and listening BOARD OF TRADE came for their departure to the new
t
I. to the magnificent speeches of'nU"rn..n FEBRUARY 15-19
1916
reservation in the west-
His speech WAS made on the subjrct ,
1.1
without such"a law thisto .
: of "Child Iabor." It was made on as NAMESNEWOFFICERS When the crops were ripening rumors Orlando
protect us whop. we were growing Florida
came to the that the In-
February 2, when the (House in Committee army ,
up.'t' go out before the people in -- dians would not keep their treaty and
: : ? of the Whole on the state of

.: : the Union had under consideration the our districts during a ,campaign. and (Continued from page 1)I were!' preparing to go on the war path - -

t.ll them_ about the hard struggleswe i I Stanford was assisted in naming the the whites. These reports - ,
: bill (II. I R. 8234): ) to prevent 'interstatecommerce against -_ -
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had 'during childhood's happy ('omr'nitt.'t's by C. A. Carson John M. I with attacks exposed -- -
in the products of child labor ; coupled upon == {
'. l and for other purposes. days. Each congressional. candidate j Leo and Secretary J. S. Cndol. I 1..ttlt'rl..nts. created alarm and theI T- 1 l]

tells the people with some degree of In presenting the resolution Mr. I army was ordered southward to the r : / .. I
'j The Congressional Record rq>?rtaCongressman I /
pride that he stands before them I 'I
Spars" follows aselfmade Carson spoke at length on the proposition \, Withlacoochee. It was deemed wiseto I
spocch' us
man; that he began to work and declared that it was send messengers to the I Indian villages - "

1'Ir : nt an early, wge. and how he want tocome thought that $200.000( of the bonds issue : to find out the cause of theirs I I

Mr. Sears. Mr. Chairman 1 otter" here because he realizes: their of $:!;;;OOOO( would build bri'knd I dissatisfaction. and if possible, to pacify iI

y an II nw"d""' ''I.. needs, and how he hope, continue I dia5 i
,
from Kissimmec to join the St. them with promises of further con-

M The Chairman. The irentlemanfrom to come here in order" that he may Cloud! road at the canal, to the I HilHard's I cessions. The Indian runners refused 'I I

Florida offrs" nn iiniomlmont.which better represent the people. And now Island ,section, to Shingle to deliver these messages because the III

I the I d..r111\ report." '' you wHnt, to rob I the children of today Creek and to the Polk' county line. chiefs had threatened torture and THE UNIVERSAL' CAR
The Clerk reads follows1 (
: R" the politicians of tomrrow.f Hostates: ) that $:;11.(1)11 would furnish! death to anyone bringing them. I It
Page :It. bur ::1.' after the word" this ,, "
I able! .
\ asse which havp'u. ..
you I the money needed to make the roadsin was then that Sergeant Nelson was l

ii l "|"roM.1.1 l," ,add! the f..II"I"I! !--: .- 'd sqI,,ell. And yet I am told today ; the southern portion of the county chosen to go on the mission taking I' The same serviceable
'
Ford
"PrmuUM further That I strong car--but
nothing in :Mr. Chairman that the
\ery I ;passable at all seasons of the with him a private !soldier Terrence ,
this act shall I lx> hold to ivfer to or" IM- heart blood\ of the boy who works is.ippod at a l lower price The Ford car, which is
.
year; that so far the southern portion ' Ryan, a cheerful, rollicking Irishman, I
) elude orphans drpendent on their" own ,. an ")'. and that the child w-ho I 'had had more money spent on its but an old campaigner in the Indian I giving: satisfaction to more than 1.000,000

tr labor for their. Mipport, or" i-lnl.lu1"\ \lal; or will ne\or" amount to II I has record
anythingwhen roods than any other section of thecounty. warfare. From the camp on the With1! owners, a for utility and
economy
whose mother i n u \\ ,idoand who i n he l>ecomes a man. all of hisrrerg I -
J lacooche to Lake Tohopelita, as. it was I| that is worthy of your attention. Two
+ in, part dependent upon their labor for )' having boo-n exhausted. I antt'tI Mr. Carson urged that all of the then called by the whites, was al-out' I and two make four-
there
their or fhildren who-- !(! \ ; wouldn't be
j-uppoit parents b\ distinguished, l gentlemen who" county be broucht into the new district fifty miles the trail t'ndillal the I so

on .account of Mokn;-**. 01 .>'lhiMptMvidenti 1\ beliexe. frankly, have not inve,,\ti- xecpt .that set aside in theThml present site of'this town. many Ford cars if they didn't give such

1 :,l cause are "iinudle\ to ;uo. C.e;., I \h\-\ \ matter that in the far Commissioner's Pitrict election Xelson and Ryan inuredto hardship I I splendid service Prices lower(than ever. j .

vide for heir supp; .>rt. Southland, which. in I have theI Runabout :*3(>0
part call just issued for the reason pounded the trail all day long.Now II : ; Touring Car 4-10 fob.
The Chairman.; The nuoMion i i \- ." I ? lo" to represent' they are w'a'injtI that it would bring support to the speeding under the pines, whosewaving i Detroit. \ '. <'
the aiiiendment olTeroit. by the certl\ 1 -'eIf, il f
'? machine tht'.r '
0 : ) measure. He stated! that oppositionhad tops flocked! the earth with Y Get Yours
I From
innTi from Florida. (li i.e> and souls of children into the : .
developed! : to. the plan of taking in sunlight and shadow or picking their :
Mr. Sears. Mr. Chairm'm I -. .rceiely :,'1''''< that women I LUPFER
are wearing onIt only" the First and Second Commissioners :!!- slow way through marsh. and hammock & PRATHER 'r.
trust this. amendment. Wj l e rte I 'b today. This I cannot believe, '
Districts and that he had where danger lurked at every
>ai>.ne.1 l by thin House. and made u partof iaa 1 have never. heard of the inventionof been informed by Mr. Ie that step. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I f f.e.e11tw1s

thin. bill if the same if to Kuvme such a machine. I II I Messrs. Prann and Singk>tary, who ,, They knew that their journey would t
law. I cannot believe the ....iistio.juii I I I
will I '
a not make assertion nor I
any this
the
1: were.IHding opposition, would be-beralded before their arrival at

>hed gentlemen .ittinir around tliiHAII .> will I make. any charge as to any other i]I: m..ke no objection to the district or i Indian villages and were not surprised Ii i

today realize the full import of section\ of the. country, for with 1| bonding. plan, if the whole of the ;,| to note in the tangled thickets that C
the argument they have made for the madons!, there I am not familiar !,' i
; county, with the exception noted was they were watched with peering eyes,
purpose of petting: .some to vote for ,1 buVn do 1 believe, Mr. Chairman, that included. 'and in the dim vistas through cypress .

w thin proposition.As such is the cue in the South; and I I, Ira Weth rbe and C. II. Funk of I and oak to catch a glimpse of vanishing -' JS ;
I look over this magnificent want to warn the '
distinguished jenUenvrn the Halliard's Island section cpok in ahadows. vA+t

body of American manhood and bril-J who are tilting here, and I favor of UM plan, as did G. F. Parker, It was expected that arriving at the t. 4

llaat mind and men of ;jbriIIUntM trust they ant paying does attention who urged that the bold issue be lake the couriers /would find canoes
: I l obtj] around the pal.M1 to tIN bill
I thought that it UU bin becomes a [,mad. even largvr. f (,with rowers to/conduct them to the,


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are quite cure to act upon the maxim I "About fifty years ago a prominent war tell us that they did not want \the ask that these treaties be discontinue f

BRYAN SPEAKS ,HEREIN "like cure like" the fountain upon \ statesman 'of Georgia received war and did not cause, it, but none of ed. I have such faith! in these treaties

which the law of retaliation Is built. challenge from another 'statesman of them tail us how It can be brought that I believe that' a thousand: yean

The logic of the law of retaliation is that state. Had the challenge been from now the name of Woodrow Wilson .

like this. : If :your enemy; is cruel, i received a century ago insfead''of a to an end.. Hav not these neutral' and my name will be linked (together

HIS PLANS FOR PEACE cure him of his cruelty by being more hhlf a century theone who received nations, all of whom bear burdens. i in the capitals of the world

cruel that he; if'your enemy is Inhu- lit I' would hardly have. dared decline. though they are not to blame, a right and 'that these treaties will preserve

-- man, instead of trying to life him out a change was taking place and to know what It is that' being 'done the peace of our nation by furnishing r,

of his. inhumanity by the'power of agood J the challenge was, declined In an cns- peace.may-.!be'restored7 For what'are i' machinery by which peace can be pre- f,
i (Continued from Page 1)) natural results of that false, philoso the nations lighting-not in' general '
example, be more inhuman than lWeI' that has become a part of hls- s erred with honor./
phy. Before speaking of the real terms but'specificallyT Is it territory
-
In oP,4nt-n&' his address he a'war the tory. The challenged party' said: "No t
.. proper he. Nations that enter on I But what is more Important' than
It is worth while to note that that
how much
they want- then
-
cause
c said! "i, ," '. theory that "might,makes right" are,,\ I have a family to take care of and a length of life, these treaties contain 'fi
'of'the which
, some c"uses have pro- and whereis, it located? Is it blood
;"In order that you may follow me duced war Ip'the past'are not responsible soon in a neck and neck race for- the i I soul to save,:and, as you have neither, that they demand, then'how much no exceptions..; they cover sill disputes 1
rite ''
. more easily; I shall outline; in advance lot this war. There have been : bottomless/ 'pit, each nation justifyingits would not fight on equal 'terms.' more blood mUst ba shed to of every kind and character. Each one ;
a.rengethe
(j t.\ the address which I am about\ to deliver race ward in history-wars that have, owl cruelty and inhumanity by the !I Therefore, I will not fight. No na- blood already abed If they will of these thirty treaties provides that
.
.1' itself into and inhumanity of its en tlon is challenging usj no nation is
to you. It naturally divides cruelty every dispute that defies diplomatic
been the outgrowth of race prejudices .. not answer the neutral nations, will
:
r"Them * trying to draw into war with it-
three first the it is and ( ui settlement if not by other
parts; war as which 'have :been sometimes extended emy. I they" not make answer to their own some
J its injury to neutrals; second, the through centuries. But this Is not a was a time when some believed self But if, in a moment of excite- ;p ople The day will "como when this treaty submitted for final settlement, '

r-\ false philosophy, out of which the war race war; the, races are all mixed up that war was a moral tonic- !I m,.nt, one of tho madmen of Europe accumulated sorrow will overflow must be submitted'[to nn international: l
/ hae and the natural results of i that unless -I, were to challenges; us, I think} we commission for investigation and ro-- '
grown in this war. Saxpn and Slav are al- I when some actually 'thought when this pent-up Qngufch will find a ,

that false philosophy; and, third, the lies;Lntm, and Frank are allies; Teu- people were kept up to; fighting '< would' be justified in answdring/ in the j I voice- and! then, if not before, the (Continued on page 8) ;
'nr'rit'! of the. answer: ,of that Georgia j
way out the road to permanent ,
or ton und Turk are alies. And now, pitch t.hey'would degeneiatc. That ;!. rulers must answer that stern question ----- - --- -
*1' peace. The subject Is presented with since Bulgaria has entered the war' seems absurd to us, for we know that, .tatt! man: No.. Wo have the welfare which shaken thrones and fixes

a vie& to emphasizing the lessons Slav is, fighting Slav, and it is not yet I if war were: necessary to man's moral of a hundred millions! of peopleto tlie" farthermost. limits of r ltrayp"l'r U GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED -I
and 'it-cleg icleJn to
: which this country can draw fl'om.tbe development would not be left to guard pi :; pro- .' .
it *
known whether tho Greek, if ho enters : : "Why do we die? .
"Your ChiU Tonic cured
Quick
the j sn.rve, and \vo xv'll; not\ /get down und my :
conflict eyond ocean tho wur, will side with Turk orRoman. !1! accident or chance. If war wete a wallow with in tho mlrc-'of: human "''''e'now have thirty treaties.: with husTtilncj of Latirippo and Fewer after 3
you
"No matter by what btandard you The laces are: inexplicablymixed. 1! necessary thing, we would plan for it Il i blood, just to conform to a fulKChU.nUutd ; actions roprc/sonlSnj/ thiee-fourths of the doctor's medicine and".other reme, ," I

measure this war, it is without pi'eccdent ':IBS we plan for other: things which we of honor.." i i the world and these treaties cure dies failed." J

or parallel. I will not Vail it consider necessary.! We know that. 1 i the defects of which I have spoken.In .
There
"It is not a religious var_ I MJLA C. KOACII, Drlfton Fla.
the> )!rellt -foot war in. history, for the fojid is necessary for the body and 1 "l>lo not allow yourselves to be! deceived the first. place, instead' of dying at '.
' have been religious ware, although we I Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c..
II.s' the real issue ,
, word great implied j something more not understand how a war could 'therefore' we provide that the body i or misled; to' the end of five years they never die. ,-- _. -

;;" than biirnoKK.! When we speak of a arise can 'over a religious difference.! We I( shall receive food at stated intervals ,, Tl.p quentlon: j is rot. whether this nation They run on and on until twelve The QuInlM That Does Not Affect Tilt Ha4

" great: institution or a great move- have learned to believe that the ril'ht''' the intervals being adjusted to the 'would defend itself if attacked.We months after one sido or the other I n.......... of II. tonic and l.M.ll...."eel. LAX AT1VK -

"' ment, we have in view something to wprship God according to the dictates I body's ,needs., And so, hl"caUSwe believe have a potential power of defense has;;' asked that they be discontinued.I I II .Quinine IIKOMOQUlNINKIt and doe not cause blterlh.nordln.r. ncr.ou.ne. nor*.

more than mere 'size. There have of one's conscience is an inalien- I the 'mind in need of education such as n* other: nation has today- I believe: that neither side will ever i took milting, lor In the bud signature Kemrmbrr of H. the W. lull OM.OVH.nan*eve end.

been I than this, I for terms of school. If such as no other has ever had, and
thirik greater wars able right, and it would never occur we provide |, \ .
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There is -
but none that approached it in big in j we believed wur to' be necesary we other nations know it. 110dnol'l"r --
another
to us that a man would kill would be ".oO H..oOOOO OO O. OOOO.O..
attack not
that
ness. It is the biggest war ever is I would call in experts and ascertain I, an
order that his religion
known if we measure it by the population to prove just how long a man could go without rer.Ntod,.und we would- not depend up-
better than the other man's religion. : I on the jiriKT>ea. They would be too I 0r TREES AT
of the nations at war-upvor if desires killing) some, one and yet maintain a CITRUS
According to our theory, a man : loaning ::
', before have no many people lived in the superiority of his high standard of civilization, and then ,, busy making army contracts and -

+ belligerent. nations. It is also the. religion to, prove he lives it, for we do not I we would provide for wars at such! I I money at high rate; of each inter- RIGHT PRICES

biggest. war of which! history tells if regular intervals as, in our opinion, 'ert to reach the fro.it. If we ever do I"I "
thename
we measure it by the nurn1)'r of enlisted count a religion as worthy itself of in I f 1 would insure man's progress, and the: I! have u war we will depend, BH in the We sell the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Trees, as

1 men who face each other: upon if it does not manifest been time between wars would then be like past, upon those who work when the I :. fine as can be found, at low prices and guarantee them against death,

its. many battl? fields." the Jife. There have, however, of the time between school terms-a country need! workers and fight only freeze and can In. We mean what, we say, and our guarantee is good ,

Other extracts from his speech, religious wars, but this is not one I i time when we could rest. and rlax and I when the Country reeds fighters. * X as gold. Let us hear from you. .:
the crescent
them. On the HoKphorus I ..
which is quoted. in part, because of its and the cross float above the same get, ready for another war. This we I If there is one lesson which history :t' South Apopka Citrus Nurseries

lenght precludes verbatim report, Protestant of { would do if we regarded war us a necesst teaches; more clearly than any other it. :;
legions; a Emperor j
were us follows : ry. But, however war may beconsidered is that nations which aspire to mere 1 1phjl'1l1 OCOEE. (INCORPORATED) FLORIDA YLumber
I
is of Catholic
Germany the ally a ti,
,
"When you understand International by some in the past, the supremecy have no hope of j
of Austria will findlighting
Emperor ; and: you o o c. ooo.ooooo.
Law as now ititerpl'etrl and applied world now belie\es war to be not only i iunneiessary immortality ; th? fact. that they have i!
l in the same army corps repre.sentaties i
you will f.-el u.s I do, that I International of three great branches' and undesirablj but a cal-j I put their' faith in force it. proof that'j i )

La"l'1I18 to have been amity | I they have in them seeds of death.
"f the ChiUlian church Catholics, |
written for the benefit of nations atwar The pathway of human progress! islimil ;
who doubt this
"If there
members of the Church of England: are any i :
rather than for the benefit of ) with the wreck.of)
l1a'l and members. of the Greek "'l\1/'h'l/ I am prepared to furnish .lecently, empireswliih. Co. '
tions at pence. .1 am hoping The n-liHiona are a.s badly mixed in secured testimony. When this war I :: when at the zenith of their May > :

when this war is or, we shall this war us the races. j began!: the President, offered mediation pcwti, thought thcma'clve.. invinciible. i

able to cure such changes as may is and the rulers of the nations then .. I Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
"And it not a family war.
,
be necessary to write InternationalLaw There I involved) immediately) answered and ""'11:1t the world needs is not a I
have been |
family wurN-wlil'S ,I
upon the theory that peace, and much 'nlike that. to 'lix the terms which the
have had their origin in family feuds their answer:; were fO despot upon I YELLOW PINE LUMBER
rot war, in the normal relation between hut. in' this the I one answer might have served for' nil. I! resthall live; its great need) is that
in family war
or greed .
r nations. -amendments! which families mixed. The Emperor' of What did they say ?? Each ruler said ,! these nations shall he.brought to- I j
i
are '
will make the rule re'ud, not as it I did in of and Shing'es
I tr Germany; the King of England, and in substance : "I am not guilty; ( gether a spirit friendship
s.-ems to now; namely, thatnations I not to blame that they cooperate in I SPECIALTY
Russia cousins not desire this war; am i i fellowship may
.J the Czar of are members ; '
. "'f"IP" at peace may attend to their own of one Royal family, althoughyou | for this wa'r; stoma one else began it." i, working out. the. destiny of Europe. HOUSE' BILLS A ,
business so long us they do not inter the If this has influence that
They all with one accord denied: j nation any ,
fere-with the. fight; but. will provide would never suspect from thewiiy I' responsibility. The world is to be influence must. be exerted to. bring All we ask i is let us figure on your estimates.
treat each other that they
that nations that do fight must. not : they Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery '
and
the nations together not
a:e closely related. by ties of blood. i congratulated. that we have reached a warring ,
disturb the peace, the commerce, or land them in the false hope
.of time when no ruler in a civilized to encourage
"I have tried to find the cause
tho prosperity of the nations that prefer 'this war, and, if my analysis:: of the dares to admit that. he cauced this : that. a permanent peace can be builton Phone 21 Kissimmee, fla. t'

to substitute reason for force in I situation. is correct, the cause is to wa-r or even desired it-this is a long I force or fear.

'r::1' the settlement of' their international be found in a false philosophyinthe step in advance. It is not necessary "All of the rulers of the natrons at :"
differences. * e i
.1 doctrine that 'might makes right. therefore, to wasto any time in an' .
"If will read the notes which '--r--
you effort to that war is a curse.
I This doctrine .was formerly proclaimed prove

; our find'that Government bur rights has, as, sent understand, you will j quite. publicly; now it is no longer and That we may arc now at liberty be liken to 'Devote for granted all of

openly proclaimed, but it is some-
those rights, have been violated, not our energies to; the prevention of Groll L
tints .when the temptation d
.by one side only, but. by both ,sides, practiced 'e.r ,.. \, \ .' Fine1y NotilFolPhosphuite
and thatij jurieeu hav'elcgniojy. tg jfeV' a lsV4isufl1icirit* !' <,,tBefoi*. ja e. you J.become/; ... -nSitedijjpw'hilefyou Jl hve; 1\01.\'; \>.,. '"
n real to decide
: can yetrreasoni'Ipen apJ ". Th< 'qucstioS ,we
f om ,,bot h'l'. 'd es. , ,
1 to you to set the seal of condemnation is, What shall be our standard
s"This is the first fact which must
against this brutal. barbarous honor ? Shall it be the European
lof
..l be kept in mind, and the second is I
doctrine that 'might makes right. I standard-which is the d\I'I't': : :, standard -
related to it; namely, thut while both I _
And that sec more clearlythe -or shall it be a standard in k 'cpmg r "
you may '3M.vv= =
I Trr rari
has ji. s
sides have injured us, neither side
i .
UAT.la.- nJLaiali.Arf L
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( importance of reaching a conclusion with our aspirations anal achievements ::*
desired to do 1 so. Tlie injuries winch
? and proclaiming it, I c.ill your attention I ? The advocates of extreme r
ue have fiuffcnd have not been intended i14 \s ia5 JTiCIS
: against us, but have been in- I to the fact that there is but I preparedness attempting. to fasten Y'' f y :'

: 'Ice code of morals. known among men upon this country the duelist's standard .
c'dental to the injury which oni-h has .
''and 1 that is. the code that. regulates individual I of honor and we Know what that [ -i.; ' SLS: ": ''i'V- .."'" '' MAN*ivl.i Tfiil

intended against the other. They are life. If this code of: morals standard" is because had it in this '' )!,. )I.Ml i \ '\
wo
:" When sick and send for a doctor 'expect it 1\1'\I'I''i '
like two men shooting, at each otherin 'II ,t 1'I;:,: I :you are you \ !
I Us not to be applied to nations, then I country a hundred yearn ago. "When .
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the street, who arc too much interested 'i :iiilillii Ins medicine to restore your health as well as relieve your I
I thenis no moral code which can be that Ttnndaid was supported by f
in) killing --aoli other to payany.atl.nUon If make investment do not consider it good .
IWh-j pain. a
c an
invoked for the regulation of international I lic sentiment: men were c' you you ,
to the bystanders who I affairs. e e r fight duels even when they did not ii''c one unless i it yields a fair dividend as well as projecting its principal.
of bullets from
r-tfet in the way tray
I wel'1branded l
"The nations that adopt the doc- believe in the practice; they
both sides. In order to deal patientlywith r ut the fertilizer of and fields purely
trine that "might. makes right" arc I as cowards if they declined. / 'hy J> your groves on a temporary

the problems presented by this basisWhy be satisfied( with an increasing yield of one ortwo crops with L1 L1j
it 114' that. we should
war necessary
I i addition to the fertility of the soil? .
no permanent
j
understand both of these facts-I repeat -
BRYAN..Secretary. ,
i I C. A. CARSON, President. N..C

the statement of them. -namely, Youjcan grow just as good crops, at much less expense for fertilizer and at

, that both sides have injured us, but I hZ the lime gradually improve the soil for future yields. t
..i. that neither side desired to do so. It : The Waters & Carson same

1'1"' would be unfortunate
. to fjo to war with n nation that hatedus ,I t Not Use Fertilizers That Build the Land '

and wanted war with us; Cod forbid Why Up f ;

that we shall ever compel a nationto Grocery Company 1


enemy go to and war;does) with not us want if it war is not with an',' 1 1 As Well As Increase the Immediate Crop Yields? 1 1i

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the United States. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

,I -'a' now allow me to ask you to I : Natursoivn, finely ground natural phosphate, supplies phosphorus in combination ::

consider the false, 'philosophy out of I GROCERIESc. i wit! lime in such form as is. readily made available by the methods of cultivation :1'
has and the
which this
war grown '
=-- used by any up-to-date fruit. grower and farmer. a

:.1 Natursoivn will #ive just a.s good immediate r \
GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" --
CHILD n results a.s the more expensive commercial ,.},
,
TO CONSTIPATED 4fififi Ofi < fifi4 <' < .> 4) .> < fi4 )
> > ORDINARY FERTILIZERS fertilixcrs and will leave in the soil a sup- NATURSOWN-just at

Delicious "Fruit Laxntitc" can't harm WE SELL: > 0) WK BUY: 0 cne j ear's crop and nothing ply of plant food for, subsequent seasons. much increased yield the
..
Tender Little Stomach, Liver 4 4 0) Used for a few III succeSSIOn, it will '
HAY 4) > 4 m re. No permanent years<< Cult ; and available

and Bowels. I I .> HIDES < fertility: ; added to the soil build even a poor soil ,into a productive one. plant food left in the sal
Look at the. tongue, injolher! If GRAIN: > *

coated, your little one's stomach, liver I 4 fi .> FUKS Nalursoti'tt is not nn experiment. It has

I and bowels need cleansing at once. ** FERTILIZERS ** **> WOOL 4fi 4I I .1 1 monstrated what it can do.Ye have 's

When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't I fi SHINGLES: < 0 the facts and figures to :substantiate all .

sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fever- 4- AND 4 our claims. Let us place these in ,
your
ORANGE BOXES 4 0 (10
stomach bad breath has
ish ;
sour
"
lr J-.h %" hands before buy fertilizer for
i., throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, 4) ALL (10 i you your ,
sore ORANGE WRAPS, < O (10 ; '- '
4
give a teaspoonful of "California Sy- -0- 0 COUNTRY r the season. A postal card request will ,

_;, rup of Figs," and in a few hours all VEGETABLE CRATES 0 O 0 bring you our booklet and full information.

t fould constipated waste, undigested PRODUCE 0

1\\,. ed food and sour bile gently moves out CRATE NAILS 0 0 0 aY Lakeland Phosphate Company
a 0 0 0 0 eL
"vqffits little bowels without griping, 0000.000000000000 0000000000000000We
_
:.\ and you have a well, playful 'child t C".1Lakeland "

',afc tbi. Ask your druggist for a 60- sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ;; _. -

.' 'cent 'bottle of "California, Syrup of Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. -3 a Florida

',,' Fig," which contalniA full directions Free delivery in i city limits. 'Phone No. 12. J \

}, for babies, children of all agas anti for We are county agent for good fertilizer Ask u* for circular and pries

grown-ups.. en fertilizer .. .
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- Gazette grclit: benefit! to, the southern section's of the county; i comet:.nearer fulfilling*the.mission-of( the newspaper Qo l" HOOOHOOOo< <"jW **< *.' ,

I : The Kissimmee{ Valley We believe' thjs, because the building of the main I which I is'to"give a fafthful portrait,of, everyday life '1 1I

v Ji -= -" ,= -. -i-i- -L .';- .....i..--'- agpaa: arteries through any county. connecting it with other ; of the, community, the state and the 'world. The 'j''SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE : :
the routes of travel .wt1hserve I "roaster" inclines io 'the. mistaken view that almost 1" "
principal
counties on'
11I .' I. I l'ut>ll .h.Ml, I0v rr :Vrl.lnlr.Orn.r ,I I.
Ik Vfill.-, ItulldlnK, }lonlmmw. "'!I'IZ' the county la'whple.. It everything} is 'bad and is whereas in '
'' .. 4.0:41": __ lo .tract attention, tf? as grown wprse : AND OSCEOLAI COUNTY
.
I' : 1w 'i bf{ travel in i this ease fact the world I :. : 1
happen! n,1,, that cb*: n.tjn artery : ) i is growing righletand bettet every :
u. u ,VII KIM M m i.! fit VASM! AU IKW: Ownr tha We ,,
Ji } } ertd of day. Instead 'of the \
newspaper"man
'? *>e. thro gli.dicn&rtVr; i county.- asking to : : J. '
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pa \ ---ll--- ----o.o- :+ 'X--O >
\oflb. : ( :-c.-c-< -:-:-:- ':' :- ,
'nail. ':o-: :
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4, .. $s.rRitllfs. It..h'.I : :iwere reverted, . S affair. ,, how .much better .to .call his attention to Heavy shipment 'of citrus IVuitjnlii"ue i'jis shQ\'n.ln tho cihilit, alongside -tho- '
r; .,' .o,.. ', ,'""jI ". UG OsceoU .county through representative( at'the some' laudablo! enterprise, something. ) thai merit; 1 !h ti,> (ro viC; front Klssimme'1 j othereouastiea', there., Is. plenty of dif- J, s
. ui.v"'HI'K -Mtniiit.il" ?.._"i7i.i'rvCiirS", i.. on- itsd :
and pood. :
I : are
l Vni'' --
r;, , through' herb.oard. of county c6inim;Moner.' has are; r ached. in the long run and the very things :JrG'.tei'. '% I I II 11 J1.: r tC. Evan's; and A. II. FoIn, charge
: ; :/ l.-; : ;;;;.T.tWWI; ; : ;;;;:;; be I ' --- J of the< exhibit, : hnvo plenty of ull""
: ; st; : ;.;;;; j.' ; ,'' ?mist\d;\ Uaat l the .mavrt 'highway; will! | ibuilt and may: be accomplicKed l that oan not be done through.. of 'iho .inevv \
,'r; \ IIhl "\" "/\, Ii"'$. IIIIt, ,,,, ... ,... t t'"J"" wi.tf>i , 0 itmi promise .bhou1d. be keptit vva* through ,..this'll mere fauk4iuingand"roasting.: " : With .th.conipIoti'n 1 of the right \iid) to mu&n tho visitor ;,
t'tt" .0 Hi'ui" Min\ ..r will n,1/[ h. Co fair possibilities
!: ( . .. he-'Diue Highway. routed through : .,; < ( the see great /
'pio < wa -
th' I\I'j!: t ? 1 -- .-: --.-- ,UI11f thero will '
lint to Kifrtimineo.,
'I
\ j : in Usceolacisuflty.
I of
production'
:
( 'Ijvoftotk; :
t :, r ';J '',. ',01 11;' tI,:: 1 :::r;:' J, :V i ";;'111"". FJorl.IJ'. Oraota cv)imiy and the advantages benefit gained from.the j.Ihil j. 'I iBRtAN'S GOOD ROAD PLAN \ .' : '-e u brick highway froni-Kislirnmec- ,' I -I I I'lha
will!| to
of.unUild ,
I .. ,. rou tin? prove
I. 1. '
.1 > il I .h'I J 'o Appplta forty 1 jj'lonlfl'JJ'id'rower. \ '
I _, ____..._, __.__ whole.KEE I" - Bounty, which\ is one of thein .
4' . -- -- counly as a ; (
1 F : -/ TODAY, TJ-i3KUARY: })9I6:' ,:, -- ..._'--- i \Vhen William\; Jennings1 Bry nmsde, his Jesf ( --*' "-. I lnrg'eet; ; th" state, iOl1tnil1innII.p: -( ..
... ., 'here ,the of "War and Its |' l : i i"
I ,
I"--------'_ .. ? PRINTING IN FLORIDA Monday iiinht en suljtct) : Ki-siriunoo; ".".d'il a moat 'nH<-kinr(:(; jinxln1ai'1' I.llift.OOO acres con- "
,1',;' i.; 'tig.&iu 1! .' Levso.ni For L.':: he su getrj a-new plan lb.al\ , ct't-e\ ; ati'o'ijinjf; to the Valley (il17.i ; ;iil.Jer'1! one :of% t the Ijjrj'vu. 1'11,1'mo

I'I't I \ t'1> ,, e My.'il, .. : \Vojve: < .oflfn lteJ-;I; (fact'thai many ot the 'while it may sound a lit visionary to some. has in i rt*. That, newspaper n-ce-itly had 1"I'I \ fuvor Ijlf cuttle: l producing, "'liii{ I L4 q in ..-

'f l3ukh'Mcl) ,kc Tohopc; kalian i bnolJc! !* .5t1d' ''%l.cr, ads citi..ng mall; !, sent; out from 'it the element.of'con.trucI \c preparedness. ' < m-\-lt: "- .oii the xuliji'ct, nuolrnjjvUiUr ., be IIl.al.. -
" J \ J i- >, "i'Ja l I.v cuunlic, i' c.1! es individualfirms I !bear Dryan rtmm-s tl.at the estimates of $500.000,000per ) i L.,2i'o.i ',c''it : an t wwinij1 that 'l'ht't:; :; U" ftiil (' jig inmlustrteri!; f I II

: tLI .. .iit --ome-pritjtiins: concern III other por- year fo'r w-n years, which the advocates of fW0,11\ otit.Tpriye could hal'dlbe l I laro; well k no< > f-thi''ilJKli'" : '>ilt the! 'statr.C' '
f.
I fi, al.c dot F il-i* > are-we. : '
1 "ii 0 ymivvaiy' i lion<. of the, im'niiy. lln 1 !, ', we ii.e iilway* con- 'army and na\ y' increasesdeclare! :! nece he used in .a much better wilY tlirfn creating; If' big. t-h" of -ioh 8iM''ion find lq ( uiinlitic1inurkitcd.' .
i
)Hili! we believe in keeping at a (Vim.; ? 'In'I ,it t ti. \fmlcd. KIAC'( ihr I cople ctit! :1 (hut 1' ! i oil! of (thi,- i-ouniy: is well n
I i., Ii" flll1pli'hed.. .011 I of'vork.1: T !he: Florida :Metropolis opens thesubject touches the 1 Lean o// I Floridians. .fort Florida 15 the '.' ".\ li'jt for sonic risin tljy>*.ff who f.i-il{] to t tlif ,proflui'tion of ft', 'd stuffp.

: :- -- aiu-w, in th.? following editorial, : home of more good roads cnhtu.iasfYlhan( any oilier wvre I jil-lt1 h'nvc not thj.ii't it. nh'i.-! tits) rye corn,. 5', tliiiiIi> < lover, bur

S r A certain inert hanl: her in Ki..4imrnee the GHZolt :! clover: velvet I ben'iK: ()'\\'IH'\II is nil l

. : !.ale"nllll for n who.le.-.ilc 'hou c kept coining toicel"rn co\ere4ln an interview witha I L' VnicrvaU 1 ) he finally! bought _
: : at -"ular unl' loch publish el 1f goojs' Trom' hil)) ant} I is still )buying.' \ vc road to be. for th sake of round numbers. ,
? of the house und
tNj-rfinity .
Tjiat large sums of money are annually/ paid par'.irir ,,I !Ii'ish /potatoes: . '"\\'i''t pnti.lnoK: pear.,
t - : : three miles! (for $25.000.Vith the five billion dob 'Snows that in otliyr placrs tK" prickh'g :
'believe by Florida enteipnses to printing concerns locatedin Illc.jp', "'" und celery arta" few of I this
the salesman and'e
for(
I'n'I' won advocates wouldusc
It'f1cy lars. which the preparedness
other sta'tes, (ororl that could be as well or ho\ic\ draws business; froiii a truck t crops.Ilickoiy .
7 .. that the same orl of persistency, will eventually for shipbuilding and financing an armjviie would coiii icralile distnnc-c. I It vvoul l
fiso
< (,
. better done here beyond dispute and,
: vvnliMit1'
-' ", win in this, matter of building a bulkhead and lake- is I have'the government construct a network of these' attention to stockrn'.sinjr i nuts, pivanu
oTrourcpcKrouter
drive the banks of the finest lake. in 1 he printing business i< one of manufacturingand other vii i'ii t ti i i'.rii'" grown" m prufusioii
shore along macadam roads. I He stat d jbirflhis amount"would ; and the industry would nd- .
erioo.- It employs high class .mechanical in this fertil\ county of ( I l.ieola.
: j i S Florida. SS talent and or brains. \Vorters engaged ,in it build these roads twet! mdes apart across the \','nei- l1l'cordingly-Florida Times'
men The and \ t heenvy
L : : continent east t and." est and north and south. Inother' Union. i can" mmpioiluets art.
If I( you are a property owner get ready lo boost are generally desirable ciluens of any community. words .,,s'itF'i such a network o( roads no man I -.- : of all northern t tourists" who visit ,!
.. It the height of folly for I Florida not to '
5 for the separate road district and bond i :; t the election vvhich it is believed the county commissioners support her printers in preference to out-of-slate faced road which would connect him with any part in honor of that vencruble horn of 'The citrus, fruit of ()"reola county

S 4 will call at their :March meeting Oce- ,' houses. So long as so much printing goes l 16 for of the nation. I the< Seminole tribe, Osroolu is therewith i is of I that same' excelleni'e' of qualitywhich. I

ola county needs the good roads. It is pledged<: to eign, concerns there will be lack of encouragfrnelil the of such the f.r<)uds and her display\ is one is, t true" of tie fruits I/ of all other
; \ To efficacy preparedness as
ihe other manufactories people to prove |
the Dixie Highway, commission to build them and to our are-tfytng_ this in the that did he mentionedthe ''of the attractive! ones rt. the fair, siu'tjons) / I lie '-tate. Osc.-ola) ': is likevver
Florida. The Florida Metropolis event war come .
should keep its pledge. mleiest in '_ can estimated that there millionor : made up of grains1(1us fruitsj, nuts, %' other county in the s *isti'l part
fact that are'a
itlis( '
self-mleresl 1I1.Ih1', ;
without it
speak. t matter Since .
: :- more automobiles in the United States and that and vegetable.-: varioukinds.: !, of (th" stat, That which cultivated,\
The Valley Ga/ette has received a ropy of the maintains no job printing-department. the capacity of these automobiles i Osceola is doing"h:1t ner.rly ovorycounty ard prinluced ri" one), count'y! may also>

. premium list of the Brevard Count [fair, to be heldat The follow interview rcj do -paving' 1 be cultivated. aid) su"'I'-, fully ,developed -

f Eau Gdllie February 21 to 2d, thne li-l ol a' < : vvhv Florida tins, he bnn zs forth the idea that when the nation much attention to the r.iMiil'? of live- ) III any other e.njili V. Tampa.
"It Le ond -
ha i riy comprehension ome and hlr'! of the livevtockTHOSK i"iii.-.
-t.ut'k.
offered and splendid ss none
/ a pro'iam / four million could
ft'. premiums is rommeicial and hus.ncss. louses needed defcn e an army of ; men
/ orjiani/a'Km-!
been arranged. \\ e ate iliad 'to note lh.it 1 tin1 fanwis \ within, not .
outside the he raised and transposed to any point - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -----------------
have their done ------
to
ronlmiK punting)
such; success last ear as to he 'irpe.t'ed tlij. which\ would lie
.5 S a be UcW st.i'c.' ,ictnaiked a Lake county man who wa- in more than two vyeeks. an army ) ( RKSOI.TTIOVSSe : ( ( 1 tn.tiopof: . i Ih., ,'"II.\!"'" ,-., of classes !, -
year.'e hope that it will continue to an the and equipped with
.5 the, cit\ toda-\ vslnlc. discussing the question) of mobile in all term implies lions four and f live' nf the !1'.1110 III civil, electrical, and nu ,'halu'alf'11'ill'I"
nually. -* .ltt.H, hOg 'CtlICI'' to i Florida/ 'the means to move every four men having an automobile (rut !,<,' executive' r o'-ol Lit i.iis haverluirrHd It contain,' : :il-i> .1 i 'ritenst'i.t -

i :- "for; a long while I hesitated to remove here and a million drivers to cal ry the automobiles -, ) up the pre/ s' and the peoplefroTii of t d"parln"t,, -- nf. iti'-truc-
lias, Llos'oin-
,, 'I \Vc are sorry the PalrnL.etchPot f'om ih" North because, so nuii.li of '-llie htPialurc wherever .thev are needed. Apalarhloola i to tlie Hossarabiati' t i i tion. ..UII'" ula and, I--t c '. NpetKes, ,
cd ,, daily injJfaO of I a 'cmi-weeklv. No! We VM'li :Mr. Bryan could (this' idea into
out' into a S carry
eKe\\here. .
: ed I'loiid.i had been printed 1'IY' the
", I icceis 1 horn front until the '1I1P] ! /r because we regret to< see anv new'pnper grow- but It 'ccmed to me that a slate VNIICI| !, had no good effect.{ We believe that the expenditure, of even mi.inentou.s than the.Kurnpean: i / war or uriver-ity. Copies of t the bulletin,
because we .regret that EdItor I I horndyke has become could be far along de- this huge sum would be justified. We agree with University
S printing shops not xcry in! the latu.it tantro steps. "may lie had by ivipiei, to I the -
5' S L so busy in the daily grind that he i i. unable" velopment.! Finally, I got a Florida 1 book made in Mr.: Bryan that here would'liave a preparednesswhich i You hav,' heard the story< { of a frog : of Floinla, l-'aine \ illi', Kla.
that bright, column of his, entitled : 1 he would be of value if we should "
even
to.keep economic
( doubts:
up well done that all ,
: i Florida, which was so my ithat feM into the churn of milk and .
"t 'Man in I the Hole in the Ground. We Irusl that he were rejnoved.' continued this gentleman never have war. which all of us hope we never would have drowned i if he had not ] LIKES SAND-: VS1MI.\ \1.T .. :

S. will soon find time to resume >it.S '. "U must be that others have bene similarly will. Spent (for munitions of war the money wouldgo thought of niritatirif thp milk until _
,
-. into the coffers of the munition manufacturers. Kustfs t Fla.ll.IJIG! ;
that
Florida
aTlectcd by the booklets-boosting. are he formed a cake of butter nnd floated -
the bond issue i would much of it I I KI .sinimee ( ;iar.c-ttc.\ n
Vallty
several purchased
At last after attempts I told that several of while the equipment
,
sr made in other slates am : vvitli it to the top and saved his ,
movement has been launched in this section of the communitie's that participated in the "Florida be obsolete or useless before the last ol the money I' I life i I Hear Sic: I )loeated; heretliis season ,"

S Osceola county and the board of county commissioners First commission campaign ate taking care of their ha'd been spent. If roads were built the country ,\' These resolutions are life savers.Tiny' < not because of (my taut of Ki"- ",Ihimmee.

I will be asked at their adjourned session inquiries with these foreign printed books. I'd be and rts.taxpayers would reap the benefit in an era have 1.e'n, agitated until a lot itu peop1" or attractions\ : : but :

t tomorrow to call an election at thc.r ne\t: meeting willm to wager a good cigar thai the ones who are of prosperity such.as the world has never seen. I' of pec-wees, and some few isits tiavcirotten to use my few remaining winters to ,',;
in March Jor the purpose of voting lipon the proposition -'using( home-produced booklets will'gel more actual Let's build roads, if prepare we must and I let'sbuild ) into print by the rod. Some see ditTcrent! parts of the state. ;'

of making a special road and bridge district resul1"' them like Mr. Bryan suggests. hope to carry home the bacon on the I have not been clisuppouitud' here, '
of. p11\ the coun'yt with the exception of that. included . ;, for I like it. '" ,
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: I 'The was a, rime, no doubt, when it was ne- strength of the action of that eom-
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S in "ihe Third Commissioner; District, which ,, / ;''' Of, course'hav.iv-met' Mr. Woods'th ;
tS J /i -\ WHERE is THE CORN BELT?: :.;:,1 ,;. 4I: mittee meeting in Jacksonville} recent.j jI :i 1" 'I : :
.
: 'd
l roads.
f And been granted ele ti&nS ; &', | 'jiifpholtg'j Doth
3 Pgnd
!, hasalTeadyas1ed: r, art ,, '. ':; :" ( ( ;;\ I
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1 I e lh'' I 'i f rthe :ilon"f'l'51' 1le :J Jthe proplIition' 1TiiWin wa a poster ..,TrAriieditorial! f wnterFinV.theij{ F'l nda'Metropoliasks that. no .rnan, .can'! beraf, Democrat'who p.. ntial| a ipl;ytfljCust.s; !' \ At 1 least,
:will and that $25Q.COO :ilrT bnd1be ] south?" He IcVSPTnot\ condemn them"1'on circujistuntiiil t
carry stamp ihov'vina Florida oranges and grapefruit* in : "Is the corn belt moving answers lets his affiliation with any church; .
voted. t full colors. The printing was o superb that I the question by saying that C. K. McQuarrie state lodge, or baseball club, influence his evidence.', f

- .. niudconie) investigation, as to where it had been agent of the University of Florida Extension Division -': vote; that it is the dirty .of the -hil- I If tinu- i proves their failure 1 -theyvtll

BRYAN AND HIS WEIGHT r'onc. and found that a Florida hou e was respon- : 'believes. that it is coming Lack lo its old home. I'nldllgIooal'd at the A Democrutic /primaries \ be the lir.-t. to s-ny IK-JJ. pardon, '!'
the remainder of I jrenllemen, we were mistaken.Kjuloscd 0)
-'bc.! i Right here before we quote to ascertain, liefor" thc voter
S William Jennings Rryan who visited I Kicsrnncr, "Hereafter when I gel a catalogue from aFlonda this .editorial, which is timely we wish to claim just 1 1a can cast his bftlolt those things: :, please, find 1' (). order .1

,, S on Monday watches his weight: <; very carefully. A'' concein that shows il was printed outside of little honor for Osceola county as a corn producing I I l--What did he rat for breakfast ? for :'til.tili; <>" ub., and, chanire the ad- I

5555 least one would suppose he does from the converia- tIe slate I think I shaJI' ret urn it. with the comment section. At the South Florida Fair in Tampa' 2 -Are you a I'rotoMnnt\ ? 1 If M>, doyou \ ilrcss to E\hlb. as I make itis, point .,
he had the lobof! the GravMone holdS ' carried off the pri/e for to take t tl",' \local paper where I wirt-
I tion in that I do not care to do business with this house, last week Osceola county help support foreign( misions ?
r with Judge G. F. Kribbs. wilh I whom lie er\eJ.1S and I am determined thai when I am asked to contribute the ten best ears of corn exhibited. After learningof I ::1-i Are you a Catholic ? I If t-o, do !10'1'! to ki'i-p tul on my new mailof ..

S in Congress, when, Judge! Kribbs was a Con rcs'-niaii I I to the support of a Board of Trade or similar this we wish lo make a claim that the corn beltis you know a man named C'atts ? n'tils :and arquuintarices. \,

from Pennsylvania.! In telling .the j'.iclge of hi.> body I dial! subscribe to its funds on the specific I moving towards Osceola county and that we willdefend 4-!Name the man who is a perpetual \ -i I 1'h-ase. tlKi'ontiiiiK lilY subscription) i
losses and gains in seight l t he mentioned, having\<; condition that all is. printed matter be made inFlorida. that claim by planting more corn this year office seeker, whose initials are i I \.. tst'ii ,expired, and obhjre.Yours : !

:S once been weighed by a baggage man in the depot [ .' Lei's a few of us get together on this than we did last which was the banner year of I', T. 'I Truly, .

Washington.. As he stepped from the scales the line and see if we cant hold in Florida several the ('ounty'slIstory./ I ft What is your favorite automobile -|I A. A. !Iy att_ ,-

baggage<; man said, : "Well Mr Dryan. you! weigh!. thousand dollars a month that are now going to i The editorial lo which we referred above reads, ? s'i't'.i'it'i-'s BIBLE: (rOM'KHKNCE:; :

either 205 (full or 206 scant." Mr. Bryan replied : printing houses in other stales." as follows: 0-Have you perpetrated the joke KKHKl'AUY-; TO MARCh 7

/ "We'll call it 206 scan!. for I never want it said that -- -- Is the corn belt moving south ? No.: i it js comingback I on the names' of Wood. Knott and j

S I \..- ;',lied anything FULL" QUEER IDEAS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS to its old home according to C. K.. Mcljuarhe Farris? Great preparations: are being mado

; '. Continuing his- conversation about weij/lft. Mr.: ' I state agent for the University of Florida Extension 7-Do you attend any lodge:( ? If so, ', for the annual conference which is becoming J'

'5' Bryan told how atter each of his strenuous campaigns Some people have queer ideas about a news- Division. The farmers in the central part of the what does your wife say about it? a feature of the winter in this ;
for the presidency he sought the scales lo I think have the corn belt copy- will the end ? i
: ftapei., says the Sanford I Herald. As long as you are United States they 8-When war part of the, east const. The programis
I note the effect upon his avoirdupois. In each of the fiphlinx, their, owe private battles they} do not care I righted. Mr. McQuarrie thinks that they will have "All men are liars" says Puck.i of special interest: heclluse It lists .

; .5 4 three campaigns, he, apparently gained in weight. what you say about the other fellow but once Y9U''I lo look to their laurels when (he Southern farmer They lie, mostly, when promising sup- a traveler] mid lecturer to give| the ,

r ;. Upon telling a friend of this fact and lemarking that ,' dare lo turn your guns upon them they are sore I really makes up his mind to raise corn. port to candidates, and they are not Mililc and) other lectures and a noted

.S he seemed lo grow fat on adversity the friend said. enough lo have you shot at sunrise. The average I There is a general impression among folks that letting those famous resolutions wor- chalk talk nrti.st to lead the singing

"There's nothing strange in the fact that you weigh Ierson does not want any thing but soft soap andit corn cannot be raised south of the northern tier of ry them when they seek to vote at the l hy the chorus and entettain with iiI -

I '1 more. Why shouldn't you weigh more. youe' ,' is surprising how the intelligent people are very Southern states. As a matter of fact farmers as far primaries. They will do as they darr. I s'stra t in n S.

swallowed your defeat." i much alike in this respect. The Palm Beach News I I south as Southern Florida can raise good corn. please regardless of a flock of resolu- The committee is negotiating with

-- SITe up the situation about right in the following : I II .'The stale corn club prize was 'won this year by a tions.-Clearwater Sun. the I'athe Film (Co. for a seven-reel

LET'S VOTE THE BONDS I Never A day passes thai the newspaper man is I'boy in Hillsborough<; county in the south central part )DESCRIPTIVE BULLETINOf colored Life of Christ. The fine Lyric

I. i not slopped by someone who wants somebody qr I of the state. The yield was about 100 bushels. theater here has been put at their disposal -
Although at the lime this editorial is written we something "roasted." And always the newspp' r Eighty bushels were1 raised on an acre in DeSoto the College of Engineering University for special frntheHnjfs. Pleasure -

have had no report from the committee in charge. man ,is expected: to do the roasting on his own responsibility. -I county, which is next door to the Everglades. Several of Florida With Illus' features include, u reception ti .

; 5 we are positive that ihis committee will, have prepared Always he is urged under np'circum-I other yields above 80 bushels' were produced- I trations. visitors und speakers and an all day

f the proper petition and secured the required stance lo use the name of the person who demands in that section. I' picnic at the Ocean Reach, which will
r number of signatures of registered free-holders before that I the roasting be done. It may be that the news- I Mr. McQuarrie states that southern corn is bet- The' aim and scope;; ; of the College of be tendered participants.

I the adjourned meeting of the county commissioners -: paper was considered the official "roaster" the ter in quality than northern corn. The protein Engineering of the University of Neighboring towns will be repre-

S to be held tomorrow calling Jor an electionto I I community and there have been newspaper men I II I content is higher and the percentage of corn to Floridais given in a new bulletin just sented on the program and programs ,

create a special road and bridge district of all I who considered that "roasting" as many people cob is greater. At th? Ocala Fair this year there issued. Florida needs Floridatrainedmen and full information about hotels and-

: the county except the Third Commissioner's District and things as possible was their sacred duty. They were three samples of corn that shelled 90 per cent to take charge of its'reclamation other accommodations will be furnished
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1 which has already taken a imilar step. I fell lo the task wilh avidity and derived much grain. The great advantage that the South has in projects, swamp drainage, road building uponx ipplication to the secretary

The-petition will call for & bond issue of $250- greater pleasure from it than most people derive corn production is the long season. Corn always improvement of harbors and waterways of the Bible Conference, Stuart, .'111. 4

000 to be spent for road improvement [It is understood I from performing what they consider their duty. marures. Northern farmer must select the va- management of public utili- ,

that $200,000 of this amount will be used I It i is even possible that a number of the readers riety that will mature whether or not it will make ties, sanitation problems, and every ADVERTISED LETTERS
i. for building o( brick roads in the northern end like that sort of stuff. They get into' the habit of the best yield or is of the best quality. The south branch of engineering development.It Advertised list for the two weeks

: of the county. while $50,000 will be used in putting scanning the papers with that very thing in view ern farmer can select the very best variety for his is with a hope of supplying these ending February 28, 1916:

S into good condition the roads of the southern part and are disappointed if there is no "roast" in the purpose and rest assured that it will have a season needs that the College of Engineeringis Burke, John; Caparte, Wakter;

of the county. It is understood that the people of issue of their favorite sheet. long enough to mature. The natural habitat of maintained.The Cornell, Mrs. Lula! ; Cuse, Mrs. Lizzie! ; :

S the southern end of the county are asking for nothing After all that is entirely a wrong view. It corn is a warm climate. The South comes nearer youth who intends to take up Hart, Mrs. James; Hockert, Miss :

I more than this and that they will support the is not the duty of the newspa'per to be a common meeting these conditions than the so-called corn- engineering for his life work will find Clara; Jackson, Miss Hattie; Latta, .4\

: bond issue on the strength of this assurance. scold a perennial fault-finder and after all nothingis belt. I no broader field than Florida. His Mrs Rinda; Fletcher, S. F.; Ray"M,: ::J

Si We believe that the proposition when submitted. accomplished by trying to be that.. And. then\: it If all these things are true' why does the South.and I traIning should be taken.in the institution Emma; Simon, Miss Ruth; Sudel,' I

i S to the free-holders of the sections of the county is .ever so much more pleasant to find things in t particularly Florida, not produce more corn? which la'makingr a special studyof Robert; Thomas, Mrs. Carrie -,.;- ,

-S included in the-proposed special district will carry. praise. And that is easy. The answer i is to be found in the slip-shod methodsof and siring special instruction in Thomas. C.;, Thompson, J. T.'S'':

4 ;S We know..that it should carry if the results to be It is a happy duty to attract the attention of the the southern (anner.' When these have passed. the problems with which he has to Walker, Mrs. Ellanois.
S/ 4 obtained are considered. We believe thatithe brick news gatherer, and that makes for the better thingsin says Mr. McQuarrie. the South will come into its come in contact. Women who own stock in this Le-' iJ

I -- roads i in this section of the county will! prove of life. And he who follows this course after. all natural share of corn production. The bulletin contains numerous il- high Valley railroad number 8,332. ':. '
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NEWS AND NOTES OP :-WONDERJCITV" FROM OUR OWN t.:.', J

SPECIAL. CORRESPONDENT . -. ',\
I ** 'f"' (\ . Crearn> :of tartar, derived from grapes,
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." .. .. A!. . Is used in Royal Baking'' Powder because ,
LI coln'a Birthday y..."* r""flttingty; The stork paid a visit to the home .t. : '
'" end1mOst
celebrated her o.n Satnr'day. Quite la of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kashbaum on +.!ft.,,.. ... ,-. ,- ,it .is the best healthful ingredient
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1 large number "soldiers of 'the post, Friday;, February''jl. and left a baby ., ''" ', r' I ? ., known for' the purpose. '
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'+tti L song off veterans; women's relief corps .girl. i :i.;:a .. I \ +. T"

k Elsie-P:-MsElroy auxiliary, army and The garrison *of the Army and I I' .i'iJ.!' ..: i.-j Phosphate: and alum, which are, derived

-navy union and schoolchildren- formed Navy Union held ,their anniversary .-. .., from mineral sources, are used in

r Trammell the parade made, after an address which, then Governor din services on Tuesday of the sinking of .,',, '.:,I'." \.'",.' some' baking powders,, instead of cream of
the bathtleship Maine. Rev Westcott .
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- I ner was served in the' hall and then avery .'': \ tartar, because they are'"cheaper.If .
made a very pleasing address. Duet ,. ,
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interesting address' Lincoln ,'
on Mrs. Gail Gessford and Mrs Hous .. II
by .
'f induced
. and his religion, \by ex-Grand Comma . . :, you have been to use baking -
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ladies of held
The the
ton. auxiliary
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der' Washington Gardiner which . / '. made from or phosphate ,
the alter service 1t .. -.4 powders alufn ,
i was enjoyed by large number of ,! ;
S : a t ; ," Powder instead. You
use Royal Baking
people'at Oak Grove. I The Epworth League of the M. E. I I .I ;

., Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow, Mrs. church held a Valentine 'social Moif! .. .. t will be pleased with the results and the

t G. W. Daugherty spent Thursday at day evening at the home of Mr.-*and I. .' 1; S4 w .... xt .difference in the quality of the food. '
Orlando. Mrs. Warner on" Virginia avenue. 1
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: The Priscilla club met on Friday at There wer.> about'forty young people }

the home of Mrs. Corinne Edwards, present and a pleasant. time. was en- :ROYAL, BAKING POWDER CO. ; \

{: with Mrs. Gladys Baker as assistant joyed by all. New York I
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( hostess. Meeting opened with the Mrs. N. N. Chase spent Wednesdayat
Nt:; president, Mrs. Werner in the chair. Orlando.Mr. ,
l The devotional ::4
superintendent being Riley, of Colorado, who is 5. .5'
; absent, Mrs.
1' Madge Nighswonger
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spending the winter at Taft, Fla., -
,. in prayer. Mrs. Warner turned over spent Wednesday in our Wonder City. : ,
t I, to the treasurer $26.30 receipts from loaded full and tell the committeethat woman magistrate in Philadelpba! <
j' the concert given under the auspices Mrs* Frederick<< of Long Island, N. I' at least 95 Per cent of his -people -
Y. in Tuesday to spend Missouri has 21 and
came evening women lawyers
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of the Priscilla club by the Zimmer are against the Resolutions as '
I: Sisters. Mrs. Warner appointed Mrs. some time in our city. they now stand and that they de 370. female physicians and surgeons.'

Ruth Kenney, Mrs. Gail Gessford and W.S.. Alyea returned Tuesday mand that 4th and 5th be cut out and I Over 2,000 Servian women aN .I

7,! II Miss Ella McAllister a committee on morning from Kansas City Mo., they will be satisfied to vote, Er, fighting in the trenches alongside UM, :
by-laws. The meeting was then turn- where he went on a short business ; Straight I believe when that is done men. '

ed over to the hostess, when amusing trip. I I Flo will have the bigest Democratic:,, /t,

games were played. After dainty refreshments Mrs. Ella M. Ball, Mrs,.. C. D. Edick MR;8 M VKY, H"HH"I KMOR. J'vote in June the 6th she has ,ever:.' A college course in motherhood 1* "

of ice cream and cake and Mrs. M. E. Wheeler, of Mexico, I 1 Mr MN i |_ r ? tl 1 d had and I believe that vote {fn most about to be offered at the Universityof

were served the club adjourned for N. Y., who are spending the winter in '1" i. a < \. I part will stand by the nominees. i' Chicago. .' .

-two weeks. Kissimmee spent Saturday in St. i l hnl... yi .- eSIr Here is success to the Party and
Mrs. Chase has had all the pine Cloud. i I IIKIII' .. : may God direct the committee on the Fashionable women are wearing
white from tip to toe.
trees cut down in her lots and is go- Mr. and Mrs. Baxter have gone to 1 p' 1m' j 24th. I f,

ing to put out in orange trees. Kenansville, where they expect to runa ;''Hi to "l' .. I\"I' l./ lI". .. .. G. B. WOODALL. "
John J. Johnston and family, Mr. hotel. I NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD, \
k and Mrs. Bartlett went to Orlando on Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rails went to Kansas spinsters are organizing an 1

Wednesday to attend the Mid-Winter Orlando on Wednesday to attend the lions as I see it there is no need of I RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.To "old maid's union." I I Expels scrofulous;;; humors;; from the ,
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Fair. fair. : blood, which cause constipation, malaria .
I any fight/ all there is to do is to just half pint\ of cater arid 1 os. Bay Most of the prominent women of

- - - - u __ u _ _ _ _ u __ u _.u.uuuuuuu | sut out '4th and 5th of the Resolu Rum., a small 1'0. of Barbo Compound. today are past middle age. ) rheumatism, sores, ulcers, plro- ?
'""I 1 v, OZ. of Klyccrlne. to the hair
tions adjourn and go home and leaveit ,lulra I a Hrfk until It becomes Apply the desired I I pies, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy -. {
tiict secretaries. \Mr. Lehmann whenin Mrs. Caroline Britton is the only on a guarantee to satisfy
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the that hadAny
up to People is what the druKKlxt can put this up or I 1'f
Florida furnished two subscriptionsfor I foil ran mix It at home at little
Very cost
majority want no one objects to the \
[CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOROne Christian Endeavor World, and l,I Kull 'IjrorUotiH tnr making and use comein ---- ----- q. '-- ---- -
(list three clauses of the Resolutions each bUll uf Barho Compound. It willeraduiilly -
there are more helpers. I I darken .streaked faded
as they stand they are all that is nes- gray.
I "hair and removes dandruff. It Is excel.lent
Johnstown, Live Oak and Lake But- seury to prove a Democrat I am sure ; for fnlllnK hair and will make harshtinlr
item in the last issue of the !
ler-societies, of north-central field are 'ithat 93: Per ont of the People of this soft and K''''....).. It will not color the
Kiflsimmee Valley Gazette reads for I ""rap.! Is not sticky or greasy, and does not
+' heading, "What My Neighbors Have all doing good work, pushing the efficiency county will agree with me on that I rub oil.fieo i Great Auction Sales.Of

, .""""fJ Done." Sounds like C. E. News items. St. Valentine's campaign Day.etc. I Public opinion is the greatest thing uu _ .
: Mrs. M. M. Little department edi- yet it shapes the Destinies of nations I II I 1t"
Grace A. Townsend. 'of kind.
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any
: tor for press work in the great state :and it bids fair to get the Democratic
''J union of Epworth Leagers, is a talented Party of the state of fla. backto The action of the committee: while

y, writer of long; years experience. C 0 C O-O-O-oOoOO its right Principles. they did not know it has been the Lands and Lots at .
O ? greatest: Eye opener than any thing
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The action of the
committee and
articles 4 THOSE RESOLUTIONS- they could have done'and I hope the i
: P P ,the Public centiment against their ac- People will keep their Eyes for SANFORD FLORIDAS
open
/,; Little lives in Ocala, where: Endeavor OOOOO OOO.OOOOOOOOOOOO J tion is going to do the State good the ,
same thing or worse is likely to
a;:; Work, among white folks, has not existed Editor Gazette I for a long time to come for the people I
Valley happen at any time Personally I did SATURDAY FEBRUARY
19th and
) for .a long while, but we are Kissimmee, Fla.I I have been put on gard as to what not care whether they went and did ,
'." ,.. hoping for improvements as both the they may Expect from certain men
anything or not because I believed MONDAY FEBRUARY: 21st 1916
; Christian and Presbyterian churches see ,from the tamp"a tribune that and clicks it has shown the treacheryof ,. ,
that the people was going to vote
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; ; have new, wide-awake pastors. \I chairman Raney of the State Execu:I men that we thought different of any Splendid Iota u every desirable .ectios of. SANFORD.

" :, Do you watch the "Campaign for Live committee has called a meetingfor land the People will be 'more carefulin way because they were going to de Improved and nnimproTcd celery land ,

\. Millions" diagram given often in the Feb. the 24th and the tribune says the future than they have been in mand their...rights. I hope mr Stan- "
SANFORD b the heart oi tie world-famed' "Stnford Celery Delta
t, Christian Endeavor World to see how th l'8'will be fight and the Resolu-i I the Past as .to who they Elect to of- ford will go up to the call meeting Railroad center, a.d'eD Lake Monroe and at head of navigation,

Flordia is faring in its goal in the ----.- ----- of St. Johns River, with superior shipping facilities and cheap

I increase and efficiency campaign ,Ii'l freight rates, is the best place in Florida for real estate investment.
, which ends 1317, at the New
July
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t I' e i Olt bl OIlI9" SANFORD farmers are high $2,000 their I
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York International convention? Let ..6. = Tobaoao CA i? making per acre on
celery, lettuce, and otla r'ludeD crops this winter.
it us see if we cannot gain faster. I
wells famish unlimited for P
; The Miami Metropolis said that the Flowing water irrigation..

,, e Presbyterian young people in Miami' SALES BEGIN EACH DAY AT 10:30 A. M.

and those of the Congrgeationalchurch BRASS BAND CONCERTS '

.. Cocoanut Grove were to observe I k
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Gold Watch and Other Valuable Souvenirs Given
;, Christian Endeavor day, February -: Away

i 6th, but no reports of how the I S. Why EASY TERMSLET
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! plans went have yet reached our office -

direct from either society.On EVFRYBODY COME
.r fair and 1 / : 1 Prince Albert
of the
account great
.. THATCHER: REALTY: CO. Owner
other hinderances; coming early in t' / 1 ( )

February, United Brethren workersof : FLORIDA
SANFORD, -
i Tampa postponed theid C. E. Week a meets men's tastes Sales Conducted

, program till later in the month. Theyare By

.a t Rev.the kind Ross that L. Lynn will do, pastor it well.of the I all over the world SOUTHERN: AUCTION AND REALTY: CO.;

Springfield Presbyterian church, of -

Jacksonville, papers say is temporarily 1 a

. in charge of the State Anti-Saloon / : a a The patented process makes

t League since its superintendent, Rev. .... ... ... -- ---- .... -"\1v. .... -- " Rev. Prince Albert so good in a pipeor y. 11. ,,- v- II J
C. W. Crooks, resigned. Lynn

has a splendid Endeavor society which rolled into a cigarette that
never takes a vacation year around R t .
and a nice junior organization. He I its popularity now universal NEW SPRING GOODS

hall another treature, a wife who / It satisfies all smokeS ". ..
never misses a Christian Endeavor

meeting if it is possible for her to be desires t This patented process, '/ NOW ARRIVINGWe '

there.In which also :: bite and
Pomona, Mr. W. E. Mew, presi- removed f

dent of the C. E" Society also has aboy's 1 t a : t parch, is controlled by us. NoR

temperance organization. Re- other tobacco be like .
took them for day's fish can
cently he a
invite the people of
ing trip and of course they had a

wonderfully good time. Now why not Kissimmee and especiallythe

"go a-fishing" oftener, as A nice old- .5

, timey sort of woy of having fun? CRINGE ALBERT ladies to view our new

Of course, this does not apply to city .
, societies, but not near al are that spring stock which is coming'In

the national joy smoke '
kind.A -;
daily.
good many probably do not know

that the Sunshine Department secretary Listen: Men who have stowed away gentle old jimmy pipes

carries on much work of this If* .. .= for years have brought them back to the tune of
I I pleasant sort which does not count at See Our New Line of
; S. fr:, Ala ;: Prince Albert I Get yours out, for your confidence
all in the state unian figures, and on
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I' % ; never Win be abused 1 We tell you Prince Albert will
an average about sevonty-five pieces a- "' .
I. of mail are sent out each month. ,eaa pi.Sss-tiiMt set pipe free the tenderest, tongue I 0 Queen Quality Shoes 1

', 1 Many'kind friends volunteer tohelpsvlong. And smoked in a rnA1d 's cigarette. Prince Albert is so '
Florida C. E.
One society
refreshing and delightful that it gives a new idea of \ : tN.
.';* elves $1 each month for postage. One you =rJ\S. ...
of our ministers' foots the particularly cfgmettehappiness.: Any way you fire-up: Prince A1bert.it 'JJr''. ..,:'

Urge holiday time postage bills.' An- will win you. quick as a flash-' -it's. so good and so friendly I i s11......,......,.eMh..aWR .......... ... fi

.y, oq other calendars contributes,each beautiful year:,_ The quotations latest J. REYNOLDS TO 1 CcQ"CO.'" Who 5alen. N. C 5i :: 1 ":: C. STANFORD COMPANY ,


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t i . 01 1 . It It 1 . 11'1 10 It I' 1.0 1 'I 0 It It II I 0 1 I.It. I ; entine from a' Post Office In. the 1 library elated by alf present.Refreshments Saturday 'n

;; ; 'I:' :'f Delicious: refreshment of hot of punch and delicious 5-COUNTY FAIR DRAWS 10:00 a. .m.-..Auditoriumi Address-

chocolate and. cake were served. home.made' cakes were 'served by lion H. H. Dickson subject "'His
Notes
f : ; 11 & Society }/ * by Mrs. T. "R. Moseley, Miss Lathrop, MANY FROM HERE tory 'of Road "BulidSng, In Orange t

I BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. George Donegan and Mrs J, W. County."- Address )by lion. C. K.,Me- ,I

I V r, Mattie Bell Hauls Editor.) '. .' Walters, *who were, the refreshment Quarrie, state agent;? subject, "Agri
( A large number of friends of Mrs: committee,throughout the social hour Continued from page 1) cultural Work in Florida." Addressby
1 s Elizabeth 'Floyd assembled at her M. O. Overstreet chairman:board of
following\ the )ecture. Hon.i A.' P., Spencer, district agent t
k ) b made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send .items } and Lake ,
Request home on Brack,, street on About one, hundred guests enjoyed county co.mmissioners'l Orange coun- subject, "Forage Crops and Silage

? of, Society EvenUrto. r the Editor for publication in these colums.f Monday afternoon to celebrate her this pleasant occasion: and a generous ty; Hon.' L. P. Hogan, ch.airmari}; boardof Address by lion. C, H. Baker', Orange'

. birthday. Mrs. Floyd received a silver offering was given to the county commissioners Seminole county agent, subject, "The Possibilities
. I "
f, ..IO' fOIOIO'o'olOlOlOn'H OIO.tl 'OIOle.otentertained number of pretty gifts. The afternoon Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian county.I' of Orange County Soils." Address

was spent in social conversa- church. The prqgram for today' bud tomor- by lion B. E. Evans, Osceola
last Saturday by Mrs. R.
AT GKAYSTONE :
DANCE tion. Dainty refreshments were served row follows: "Lime'tor
Flor-
Mrs. James, Caldwell Mrs. M A. county agent subject,
afternoon
D.: Guice The was pleas-
,- by Mrs. G. B. Woodall, Mrs. Juliu Evanand Mrs. W. B. Friday. Address Miss Myrtle ,
Witherspoonwere ida Lands. by
i issued by the antly spent in fancy work and social
have been
1.. Invitations Smith and Mrs R. S. Floyd: 'hostesses for the evening, 9:30: a. m.-Band concert, grandstand I Warren, assistant state agent, subject"An f
for conversation. Those present were:
Graystone hotel management a Mrs. Redwood . ,
6 Those present were of Homo Demonstration '
-
Birthday social func Mrs. A. L. Stevens, Mrs. R. L. Starling -Mrs. WOMAN'S > Exposition
Washington's Mrs. Holtsclaw, : Beaman, Mrs CLUB MEETir jrG
9:30: a. m.-"Florida Flowers in Re-,'J Work." Address by MJss Harjrietta -
'I tion. There will bo dancing and cards. ,, Mrs. R. Glover, Me: H. N. Brat- Mrs Mrs
Modie, Mrs. Minx Cowger, "
view. Orange county
\ B. Layton, agent <<
l Mrs. J. L. Heaves Miss Ouida I : :
, t tong\ The Kissimmee Woman's Club held
Luck Mrs. Cohoon Mrs. Maxwell,
,
MRS. CLARK' AT HOME Mrs. II. A.. Colton, Mrs. R. J. 10:00: a. m.-Spelling\ bee, Auditor- | Address, by Miss Annie B. Carson
Mailoy, its at Me-
regular meeting the I
Mrs. Mrs. Hart
: Mrs. Bratton, Wemple, li-m.
will\ bo at home Osceola Address by
Mrs. J. D. Clark Sellers Mrs. S. R. Wade and Mrs. J. agnt! county. r
l j. jibbs Mrs. Guice Mrs. Young, .Mrs. morial building on Monday afternoon '
dcmo'nstr
her friends Saturday < afternoon 1045 a. m.-Boy Scout Miss Mary K. Summers, agent Volu-
'I to Bcumun. The club meets
| L tmor-I{ I
; ,Mrs. J. M.
Willson. Other
Heaves jr. presided.
Mrs, Mrs. Prig- -
,
1, from 3:30: to 6:30/ :: to meet her guest, row with Mrs. R. Glover. Mcintosh tion, grand stand. sia> county subject, "Features and. 'j
I gers, Mrs. Brown Mrs. Woodall, Mrs, officers present were Mrs. M. Katz, 11:00 lion. Wil- .
Address
Anderson by Work.
Mrs. Clarence Osborne, of * a. m.- Progress of the ;
Smith, Mrs. Floyd, Thelma Woodall Mrs. II, C. Stanford and Mrs. Clay
is-
liam
N. C. No Invitations have been MISS GRIFFIN HOSTESS Jennings Bryan. "
sued. .' Vivian .Floyd and Edna .Lessie Floyd Johnson.A 1:45 p. m.-Band concert, grand The Women's Club of Winter Haven -

: \ a Miss Alma Griffin delightfully entertained '. committee to have charge of the Stand. -- is planning to erect a handsomeclub I

i I, DANCE AT GOLF CLUB. Monday evening with a DINNER I'ARTY literary department of the club work 2:00: p m.-Harness and running house in that city, $6,000 already :
guests at the was named as follows: Mrs. J. M.
On evening
\ Monday Valentine dinner at her home Main rams having been secured for that pur-
I t dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. J.. on Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark entertained Willson jr,, Miss Leitner Mrs. W. J. 4:00 features. I
: m.-Special
I Street. The p. pose. ,
dining room was prettily '
< D; Clark and ,that of C. B. Buckley ,Monday evening at their pretty Fripp, Mrs. B B. Simpson, and Mrs.
in the
decorated red carrying out
joined at the Golf club and with the home, "Idyllwyld," with a charming W. L. Winn. I'l
idea of Valentine. Covers laid
were
dancing set of ,Kissimmeo enjoyed avery dinner party in honor of Mrs. Clar- A resolution deploring the conditionof .
for Misses Marlea Lucy
v pleasant dancing party. Witherspoon, Marie Bishop Huddleston, ence Osborne, of Anderson, S. C., and the Seminole Indians and pledging i/o tAf People of:Jtiatnmrtmanagtntfnt 't
Music was furnished by the Dixie Mrs. L. Howard, of Orlando. .he support of the Woman's Club to .
Louise Clark Maud and Louise
,
t orchestra and refreshments of ice The house was prettily decorated in a movement to have 100,000 acres set I .11
h !
% Thomaspon, Ruth Butler, Grace Nel-
served. the valentine red in the Everglade country for
S cream cake and coffee were keeping with season apart )
1'' .* w son, Corine Gilbert, Lola and Lotta geraniums' red roses and green ferns the Indians, which had been prepared : ,.. ofCJie .?'

.' DINNER AT GOLF CLUB Lawler, Lela Holland.* . being used effectively. by Mrs. Willson was read by Mrs. I.

COMMUNITY VALENTINE PARTY The table was elaborately decorate M.' A. Evans and unanimously adopted. ffrtiystone Jotel.equesla 1

I l C. B. Buckley of Narcoossee, de- and the place cards bore red hearts, .

lightfully entertained guests of the eT&er- adorned with cupids and valentine The musical and literary programwas the pleasure of youf company \
The regular Tuesday evening
i Runnymede hotel at a dinner party at tainment at the Hart Memorial build- epigrams. Favors were button-hole in charge of Mrs. W. B. Makinson on :7u "()nfl eueninp..7e6.ua.y lu""ffl..rro"d . l j

q the Kissimmee Golf Club Monday bouquets of red roses. and the subject was the Bahama
Valentine at clor/C .
ng was changed to a Community nine .1
evening. Covers were laid for seven- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark were: Islands. Miss Elizabeth Aultman reada
this week. The club -
party
; teen. Among Mr. Buckley's guests Mrs. Oeborne, of Anderson, S. C.; historical sketch of the islands. This
"r T were: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bruns, rooms were prettily decorated sug- ilrs.-iloward, Marshal Rowland Mr sketch had been prepared by Mrs. Can/a '1
gestive of the season and the eveningwas s. S. V. Y? dancing
,, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed. Krause, of Indianapolis irossier, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, of Or- Makinson and was found interesting
i in and
Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood, of pleasantly spent games .
; ando;and Hurry A. Hunter. and instructive.Miss
contest in which the valentine idea
Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Golding, Mr. * Josephine Hamilton sang the
Miss Elizabeth Aultmanand
and Mrs. Sulkey and Mr. Sulkey, jr., prevailed. LADIES AID SOCIETY British National song, accompaniedby
Mrs. S. H. Bullock arranged the OOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO..
l of Philadelphia; Miss Paul, of Philadelphia Mrs. S. II Bullock, violin, and Misslodgers
i and had of the
entertainment charge
and Miss Madeline Hill, of the social : piano.
evening's Mrs. J. E. Lup- Prominent among pretty H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY
f Narcooesee.l program. the Mrs. Willson read an original romance
week reception
events of the was FLORIDA. oon. L..d.EncA..e..nt"I.T B.i..e M...
DANCING PARTY fer gave an appropriate reading and given by the ladies of the Presbyterian of the Bahama Islands, which Reid'" D.p./**.4 TI..* Amy 0,,,.. 5..,. M ,A. C/MION
ther were vocal solos by Miss Bishopand
l church Wednesday evening. was cleverly executed and met with
Mrs.. P. K. Weaver.VALENTINEPARTY. BREAKER & BARCLA Y
_
Through the courtesy of O. C. Pierce, hearty apreciation, a rising vote of
A merry crowd enpoyed a dancing thanks extended to Mrs. Will- Real Estate and Insurance *' "
manager of the Graystone hotel, who being Cllr ;:!
party at the Country Club Friday ev- Pro..rrr
I extended the use of the Giaystone son for her effort. Kittimmee, Fla. Music furnished the
4 ! ening. was by
.' Mrs. D. G. Francis entertained the parlors, the event was held in their Miss Hamilton sang "Tipperary." y. COOPER.. Clerk c.r.vii/ .
Victrola and light refreshments were
,( t members of the Young peoples class spacious rooms.Quantities The program was closed by singing
r served Those attending the event '
OOOHO'OOHOo.HO"OOO .oooo .ooo 0 .00-00 O..H 00.00
r and the Christian Endeavor of the ,of cut flowers wer used the Star Spangled Banner, led by Miss I
I : were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mr. '
: --- - - - -- --- -- ---
Christian Church Valentine decoration and carnations Bishop. f-"
and Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mrs. Henry with a 8S a roses
f. her The club rooms were prettily decorated -
party Monday evening at homeon predominating.The
I
If Aultman, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Naugle,
It'f' I Miss. Lenore Richards, Miss Josephine Emmett street. The house was diversion for the evening was with American and British Cash i is King i We Sell for Less
Hamilton Messrs. Kenneth decorated with hearts and cupids a pleasing informal talk given by flaR's. Those present were: Mrs. S.II .
I Robert Page, -
McPherson. Paul McKee, W. A. carrying out the idea of Valentine. Miss Nellie Lewis, of New York, whoIs Bullock Misses Isabel and Josephine -
'
:
t When in this city: Hamilton, Miss Elizabeth Ault-
Gregory George Gardner and J. K. the guests fast arrived they spending some time
Atwood. were given pencils and paper and She was introduced by Dr. Wither- man, Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. M, A. SATURDAY SATURDAY

t I; told for the girls to write a proposaland spoon and lectured on "My Experiences Evans, Mrs. Wright, of New York; FEB. 19th ONE DAY ONLY : FEB. 19th '

t, PRISCILLACLUBThe the boys to answer it, which in Palestine," which proved of Mrs. J. A. Barclay, Mrs. J: Z. Roberson -

I ---- caused much amusement. Later in unusual interest and the charm and Miss Leitner, Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs. SALE ===== SALE

Priscilla Embroidery, club was ,,the evening each guest received a Val- eloquence of the speaker was appre- I. C. Stanford, Mr: and Mrs. L. A. I j
1 Bishop MisaBishop, Mrs J. M. Will-
_.
It _._ .
-- ---- ---------- --- ----- ----------
son, Mrs. E. E, Wells, Miss Dorothy "
.
; ,f Wells! Mr and Mrs. F. A, Kutz, of ',1 t
,
-
Dolls Knox Felt Hats
' Baby $3.00 val-I ,(a,
'I Cisne 111. who spending the win. 'i
t' are .

': ': 4 J''I f; : : ': ,&: ; }''r 1'.pll4' ,:;- !i, ter in Orlando; Mrs. Henry Runneljs For Ladies' and Misses.. ., lie" ,, ,. '" ."',,_ ,:-".", ..\ ",-.yl$2.49: .
'1 __ ::: and Miss Nellie '
; . \ Mrs. Clay Johnson Knox felt Hats $2.00 val
' '
.;, Lewis, of Brooklyn N. Y. Pat. Baby Doll $2.50 value .

\ )\ "\ s $1.95 ue, .. $1.69
I I } '
I LOCAL ITEMSMisses G. M.1 Baby Doll, $2.50 val-
Is : t $1.00 Caps, 79c
s H\ i
: i I ue, . $1.95 50c Caps. 41c
; I kI Mary Carson and Mildred .

I Ii i Lee and Messrs.: Hugh Geiger, Lee Pat. Cloth Top Butt.
Jarrell and W. J. Steed motored to Superba Cravats

If i DeLand on Saturday to attend the Boot
basketball between ,the girls' I $1.00 values 79c
j game $5.00 values $3.95

i n,, --S I team of Stetson University and the $4.50 values $3.45 75c values 59c

Gainesville High School Saturday 50c values 42cMtn's
", I night. The latter tam ill reached by $3.50values $2.95Men's
,
: 1e ___ Miss Phjllia Jarrell, formerly of thiscity. Best Ribbed

t,', -I- They spent Saturday night the Glazed Kangaroo Quality
IU guests of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Steed, Butt Underwear 50c value 41 c
\
.::'.-w i ii ii I parents of Mr. Steed, and returned to ,

I Kissimmee on Sunday $5.00 value' $3.95All large, Assortment Men's :

," I Friends of George W I'erons; and Sizes in the Above Styles Dress Shirts 41 c I

4 Charles L Persons, of the Dollar

. Limit store, will regret to learn of

i 1 the death 'of their father J. M. Per- I Tailoring Department

sons, at a sanitarium in Madison Fla.,

i Monday morning. Mr Persons had 10 per cent Discount on all Suit Orders. Over
H New been in ill health for several months
These and his death, while not unexpected, 500 New Spring Woolens to Select From.

brought great sorrow to his sons. Have you seen our New Fentherwej ht:',Kool

Charles L. Persons! want immedirtelyto .
i the family home in Beu'la 'Vista, Krash?

j I Ga., where the bady was taken for,
T I ;,
Post'ToastiesAre burial, while George W. Persons remained -
here on account of the illnessof Dry Cleaning Pressing Repairing '

.
his wife.FLAMES ----- --


the first and only corn flakes that '.
are I DESTROY FARM THE FAMILY STORE .

"good to eat" without milk cream or
: sugar.. HOUSE OF BULL BASSFire PHONE 291 HARRIS & PEAKS 116 BDWY.


;I' Try some fresh from the; package, and at once you get a wonderful true which-;started; in the kitchenof -

i corn ,flavour--.vastly different from that of the ordinary "corn flakes"you the farm house on the Hull Bass
place east of the city shortly after 3
have had. -
.
may
o'clock Wednesday morning destroyedthe 0

entire house and contents.

Notice the little pearl-like "puffs"on each "flake-a characteristic thatis Mrs. Bass was awakened by the INSURANCE and REAL ESTATELet
flare of light from the flames and discovered -
distinctive; also that when cream or milk is added they don't mush down, the entire kitchen ablaze. She

\ but keep their body and appetising crispness. awakened the other members of the us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. ,,""

household, but before they could get Information in regard to property for .- 4-

t 1 There's a ,Royal Treat in every package of house ready was to fight burning.the Only fire, a the few house-whole sale and rent cheerful y given. ";

hold effects were saved. In addition tofilteen! othergood companies, we :;'

The house was a large frame one the well
now represent known
1.T Netv' Post Toasties of some twelve or thirteen rooms and ';
Iz the loss will probably reach $7,000() or ; ; HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York |

.I 1 *'.. $6,00p with $2,000 Insurance on the X>>. 'G- WAGI TE: RSec'end'rloor'Gtliens'Bank
"
P the furniture.
house and $300 on
"
: ; -from your
J grocer.
: : Eldg. Kissimmee Fla. !
I :
,
., AE Toll is the best material for informal -
E ,\ dinner dresses. ....o..oo. .........ooo........ .oo..oo........ ... :

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Mr. and .Mrs.. DoWilton Aldermanwere C. E. Yowell, county superintendent Mrs J. D. Clark, of Klssinvnee; was|| .Don't" miss the "Butcher 'Boy" on Mr. and Mr. C.. B. McAIister, or:

.
;t Published Every Friday( aH By| at the; fair in,Orlando Tuesday. of the city schools, were in Orlando her 'residence, 9 Lake street last evening -'t i time Kissimmee., \ .' They1" 'made the
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Stelnhans of
? W. B. HARRIS A K.! 0, VANS AQNBW Monday arranging the'-Klscimme attending the'Lucerne danoa. trip 'through-frorra: Pennsylvania tar
Mrs.
Mr. and A. M, Storey spent school exhibit at the fair. ;,Mrs Clark returned 'to'her' home to Sprisgfleld;'Ill., who are(spending. the their ..automobil and have been at.
several days this week visiting Mrs. winter In Kisbimmeo and become
: may
day.-orlando Reporter-Star. 10. tending the South Florida' fair in
...t ..OOtoOoooo..Ot.Q o. E. Church, of Orlando., __ Miss"Belle Modi Mr and Mrs. Lane permanent residents hens accompanied Tampa. Mr. McAlister la an automo-

and Mr and .Mrs. M. H. Porter. were Dr. F Ii. H, Pope, Sam Bramrtar, by Mr and Mr .;M., D, Alexander
Weather :Mrs. F., E. Ellyson," of St. Cloud, bile dealer and a great friend of
Report passed through the city Wednesday on among those who'motored to St. Ed. Geofffe, and Ed.'Ely!; of. St. Cloud, motored to'Gotha on Tuesday and returning Florida. He visited. here' last winter
Cloud -last Saturday.'to attend the G. were .In the.city Wednesday attend haw they floral parade at the -
her to Orlando to attend the fair: and spent some time fishing in Lake
way A. R. cornerstone' laying.' 'and .dedication the meeting at' which an Osceola Five County Fair in Orlando.No Tohopekaliga. lIe has again gone toFryer's e

George F. Parker went to DeLand', ceremonies. County Council of the Dixie HighwayAssociation" h
: Following'
1. are daily tempera. I liner attraction haa come to Kisslromee Cove, where, he is camping
,
turn and precipitations as reported Wednesday to argue a case before I : was organized.Mr. and tempting. the finny tribe with
Alma
by Government Mr. and Mrs II. B.-Currence, of than is offered in Robert. Arthur
station Judge Perkins.. Johnston & Garrett!
at Kissimmee for the week end Mich., who are spending the winter and Mrs. M. F. Nichols and Elwood. bait.
I ing. February 17: represented the other' side. I In' St. Cloud passed through' the son,.ofKnoxville, Tenn., spent *' o't
(I I Miss Helen Miller '
another Kissimmeo boy
4 Max. Min. Rain Dr. .J. W. Simpson was a visitor in city Wednesday en route. to Orlando al days here this week sever-I Honors to at the age of 16 ia the Philadelfhia.' ,

Friday ___. __ 78 60 Tampa :on Friday and Saturday !having jto attend the fair. and Mrs. Sponslor of Grand J \yadley Parr, youngest! .son of plays '

Saturday _. __ 82 57 gone down to take in the South Mich., who are regular winter visitors' Judge G. F. who went to At-
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jackson of Lexington la'nta two years ago to' study pharMacy
.. ___
Sunday 82 60 Florida Fair and Gasparilla Carnival. to Kissimmeo.. : .1
.
Monday __ __ 70 47 I I Ky., spent Wednesday in, the and who graduated last year Woodward-Thief Audit Co.
Tuesday -._ ._ 57 36 Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Dodge and )city. They are touring the state and The Ladies Aid of the Christian'I has recently been appointed managerof

Wednesday _.68 38 children left Wednesday} for their are much pleased with Florida. church will nerve a chicken dinner on one of the drug stores of' the Lesley AUDITING ACCOUNTING

Thursday ____ 70 35 I home in Peoria Ohio, after spendingsix Saturday February 26th. The place Drug Co., Atlanta. Systems That Fit
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. .Mrs. J.
weeks in Kissimmee." LeBley. and the hour will be announced later.
,\ S. eadel and Mrs. F. G. Thomason Dinner will be served! at the usual Capt. R. E. Rose, state chemist' and Tampa, Florida

Mrs Clarence Osborne, of Anderson motw'ed' to Orlando Tuesday to se.e I price, 35 cenU. Cordial -invitation. is daughter, Miss Muriel, spent Sunday
S. C., is the guest of Mrs. J. D. the decorated automobile parade of I extended to alj to attend. the guests of Capt. and Mrs Clay

Clark and will remain for., several the Five County Fair. Johnson. Capt. Rose met many of
I
weeks. 111and Mrs\V. D. Burkam returned his old friends here and enjoyed talk-
jTheLoca1FkId I 1 I I %
I Mrs. J. Nearcn Miss Larue, Miss Monday from Tampa where they ing'over the early days of this sec- Films Developedand

t Mrs. W. E, Naugle, of Shdlbyville, Lucy Craig and M'8.A.. S. Craig, of had been spending two weeks visiting. tion of the state hating been a pioneer -
J +H+OOO..O... o.oOoHO Indiana will arrive today to spend 1 I Uniontown Pa., who are spending the They will\ rel..Jl'to Tampa in theircar settler.L. 4

Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. some time visiting her son, E. E. Nau i I winter: at St. Cloud, were In Kissimmee todayand will come back to Kis-
E. Drought New Rivers Bulldin<<. SOU gle, and family; Wednesday en route to Orlando simmce Sunday with their children A. Hamilton and Harry A. Hunter Printedin

where they attended the fair. who! remained ni Tampa for a visit. have been elected honorary presi-
G.'C. Livingston was a business' Mrs. N. C. Bryan and daughter .
dents for life of the Kissimmee Golf
visitor to Sanford Mrs'. P. K. Weaver were the
.on Wednesday. among Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, Miss Owing to the chilly weather conditions club. Sir William Mulock chief jus-
visitors at..the fair in Orlando on
Fat; juicy and tender meats always Tuesday.Mrs. Anne (arson, Miss Inez Carson and but few people heard the band tice of Canada, has been elected: pat-
/ found at City Market, 'phone 44. tf Mrs. R. E. Chalker, of Lake City, whois concert Wednesday evening. For that ron of the club. This action was tak-

Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker motored E. C. Hudson of Roanoke, Va., their guest, spent several days this reason it is announced that the band en at the recent meeting of the boardof

to St. Cloud Saturday. and Miss Mamie Wilson, of Petersburg week in Orlando attending the Five will give a special concert Sunday directors.. ,

r Tenn., are the guests of Rev.S. County Fair. afternoon at. 3:30: o'clock in the band of"
Mrs. E. H. Washington
Coapman -
Attorney Pat Johnston went to De- W. Lawler and family. stand on Broadway.Mrs. 24HOURS.
Land on Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Buck, of An- ; D. C., arrived Monday eveningand

4 Lawrence Tress, Hunter Dillard glesca, N. J., arrived last Friday and M. Sprague, of Long Beach remained until Thursday eveningthe
L. R. Farmer spent several days In and Walter Nelson were among the are spending some time in Kissimmee. I California. Mrs M. Clawson and the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr.

'il r Jacksonville on business this week. Kissimmee visitors in Orlando on They are stopping at the Graystonc latter'., daughter Mis. Belle Thom ofJunvjsttmn and Mrs. G. II. Newhouse. Mrs. Coap- BRING YOURSTO

II' Look for the "Butcher Boy" on Tuesday. hotel. They are relatives of: S. A. N. I D., were, in the c Ity man is the wife of E. II. Coapman,

page two. Buck. ( Thursday en route to their homey after vice-president Of the Southern Railway US
'I Lyle Storey has resigned his po- spending several weeks visiting and made the trip in Mr. Coapman's -
W. II. Harrison is ill at his home sition at the Lawson store and his Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sellers!; and their mother, Mrs. M. A. ('oope, of St. I private car. I

", on Brack street. place has been taken by John Chap- daughter of Krederickstown, Ohio, Cloud. EASTMAN KODAKS
I who have been stopping at the homeof Mr and Mrs. M. Tiller went to

When you buy bread ask for "But man. Mrs. C. A. Colton, left Wednesday') .,IIk.- Nellie Lewis, of HioolUyn N. Tampa Monday, where Mr. Tiller ;
ter Nut," made by Reed's bakery.. 8-2 Miss Mary Beck Burgess, of Olanta for New Smyrna, where they will I Y., who i is the guest ut the Jraystone went to consult a specialist in regard AND SUPPLIES

Band concert Sunday afternoon at S. C., is the guest of Miss Irene I I visit relatives.Mr. !Motel, delivered a lecture on her to his eye, which was Injured several
,
\V 3:30 Milliard, of tlilliard's Island for a few -I rutels in missionary fields before the days ago by something flying into it
: o'cjock.FLAT -
; und !Mrs. A. S Gilbert, Miss :
weeks. members: of the Ladies Aid Society of while driving his automobile. When Osceola Pharmacy
.f Grace Gilbert, J. I). Jeffords and theRe
FOR RENT-Furnished or un the Presbyterian church In the parlorsof they return they will be accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bratton and chil-
,
.
A. J. Holt motored to Orlando
furnished. Apply at the Gazette I the hotel on Wednesday evening.The by Miss Virginia Tiller, who has been
dren, of Miami, are here visiting Mr. and the automobile I
Tuesday saw
;R office.Mr. lecture was listened to with interest taking the "rest cure" in a sanitarium ai o:1U \
; and Mrs. II. N. Bratton and many floral parade, the opening feature Of I "The
by a large number of the ladiesof there and who is greatly improved in
and Mrs. G. 0. Miller, of friends.C. the Five County Fair. I .
the church. health.
se St.J I
Paul Minn., spent Wednesday in I' Store"w
L.1. ItJ simmee their to St. Cloud. W. Ward, Miss Turville W. T. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vannier, of
: on way - -------- ---
v Makinson and Miss Marion Porter
Neeleyville lllj, are spending several :..
-- -- -
- .. ""' "'q "'q
Miss Anna Jordan, of Tampa, arriv- motored to Orlando in the Ward car weeks in the city and have rooms with 1r.V' "' q'q ". ...' U "' u- V

ed Wednesday to spend several days Tuesday to see the parade. I I Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Winn. This is .,.

t visiting her sister, Mrs. G. D. Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Vannier's third winter in }
} Capt. and Mrs. Entrikin. Miss Cad-
Kissimmee.Miss "Fine Laces For Ladies toWear"Old
J "Butter Nut" bread is the bread man and Miss Pike, of Narcoossee $

you want. Reed makes it and your passed through Kissimmee Wednes- Inez Carson spent the week-

1 grover sells it.-8-2t. day en route to Orlando to attend the end at DeLand, where she.went to act :.. Nursery Rhime

fair. .as referee in the basketball game I .
Hear the band concert Sunday afternoon I I 1
at 3:30: o'clock in the. bandstand Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Campbell, of of played Stetson there between and the the girls'Gainesville team We have added to our stock a large line of laces, purchased ;

y on Broadway. Knoxville Tenn., who have been High School University 1 girls. from the largest,.manufacturer and, dealer in the United States.

.j'," spending two weeks here, left today I *- t
JA.,. Barclay C., Bunnell and Car- for Tampa,"where they will spend Mrs, J. A. Rouse, 8 Orlando avenue, '
f8onFttrmeri': pen..Sat\: day,' afterMJoonJIni ( ,', We Invite the Women of Kissimmee and Osceola
t. time.ii / t sewing. of all.kinds including 1adi s' ,
yVif / .
some : i. : Jfe ,
Orlando'onlbueinese., ; ..wi\ bzlp'Ft r; to. *"' ( 11f.1&&.. andMr*li* r4 gowns,$'childr ns'/'wear;I original 'designs i 6E'Y I !:'',* .,, "
.
Mr. and Mrs.1.. Cosner '
>Dire and dainty hand-work., ,8tf ,
C, W. Bass, who has been ill motored
and Mrs. A. Cotterman to !

"' for several weeks, is rapidly recover- St. Cloud Saturday to attend the cor- Paul M. Blake one of the regular Val] Laces, assorted widths, Oriental Laces, ;

ing. nerstone laying of the G. A. R. Hall winter visitors in Kissimmee, returned
5 cents a yard. 5 and 10 cents yard
Miss Mabel Allison, of Manatee, is there.R. Monday morning from Zephyrhills. .a

the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. B. lie brought back the sad news of the
Bell. Hudson Burr and N. A. Blitch, death of his nephew, Mr. Busby who Lace Beading, 5 cents a yard Shadow Lace,
the State Railroad Commission
members of '
of Tulsa were visitors in the city Mon- had many friends here. 5 and 10 cents a yard
Miss Clara McCandless, Shadow All-Over Lace, 17 in.
'of sister day en route to St. Cloud, where they
hir
Oklahoma the ,
is guest
I r wide, White and- Ecru 25 White and Ecru Net
M rs J. I H. I Koojl.Mr. went to consider the depot mutl4r.I 'I ,

cents a yard. '25 cents a yard
Are Your
: und Mrs. G. C. Livingston; were I Among those who attended the fairin ..
the Kissimincu visitors at the I Orlando] on Tuesday, were: Mr. and
among Orlando fair, Tuesday I !Mrs. '!.. H. Ingiam.: ..-.. J. Z. )Rollerson I Electric Lights CLUNY LACE, 5 AND 10 CENTS A YARD
. .'
I :Mr. and Mrs; J i. C. Stanford, and I
I. Out of Fix?
:Mr. and! Mrs. C. W. Griffin; were I :Mis. S. I II. Bullock. ,
r among those who visited the orlando I DOLLAR LIMIT STORE

fair on Tuesda)'. C. II. McEx'oy, of Lowell, Mass., is Call Osceola Electric Co.C. e

stopping nt the Graystone hotel. He I E. GARDNER Mgr. I G. W. PERSONS CO., PROP.
K.I: :Snider'; of Norwood, Ohio, who I was en route; Lakeland\ and decided '

- has born the guest of :\11'. and Mrs. to spend a day in KiM imm'e. lie'' House Wiring, Fixtures

F. Levi, left Thursday for his home. liked the city so well that the has and Repairing

decided to stay here for several 119 BROADWAY
Mr and Mrs." S. R. Wade left Wednesday
weeks. ) .... "'q --"\ -- .... "'q ...
l 1O "
for Orlando, where they spent 11"- u*u- v- riM-! C

several days this week at Oak Lodge.Mr. .
'

and !\I I'G.! W. Bestu>re I I::

among, those who visited, the fair at '

Orlando Wednesday.Mrs. I'

)Dean Ilowells returned last "

Saturday from Tampa, where she had .
been visiting friends. I

Mrs. E. M. Ball, of Mexico, N. Y.,

who is spending the winter here, spent
:l't Wednesday in Orlando. THE CAROLINA i.\ the latest in Sterling Silver. We stock this'pattern and can
I
Mrs A. C. Smith left Wednesdayfor furnish any piece you may want. We buy direct from the manufacturer and guarantee

Pomona whe she will join her the/ price. No charge for Engraving.We .

husband,.who is employed there. want you to call and inspect the goods and compare quality and prices.

!Mrs M. 'Wheeler, of .Mexico, N. COLE JEWELRY CO.GIAYSTONE .
{ Y., left Wednesday for Orlando to

A several days.

spend ::I: :N" J.. !!.. ...".. .... ....... .. J' ... .n-... .
Mrs Grace A. Duryea, of Lough- .

man, was/a, / visitor in'the city on Mon - I

AND
J day. SHOES HOSIERYA

'" Dr. A. W. Parker left Monday for V

it Mulberry, Fla., where he has opened HOTEL"ON 1

, 'q dental! parlors. Complete: Line for .
BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA"
f Mrs. W. B. Makinson went to Jack-
', all the' the FLORIDA r rIs
gonville Monday and spent several Family at KISSIMMEE,

it 'days there this week with.friends.Mrs. now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly of the Mount Washington it

J. J. Phillips and two children, Right Prices.SMITH'S Bretton Woods, N.JH.! and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Link offered guests by :

of Covington, Ky:, are visiting: the Kissimmee Golf Club. Many improvements now being made in hotel and grounds.
family of her uncle, M. Tiller. i
SHOE STORE CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED .
Mrs. John M. Lee and daughter, .

'Miss Mildred Lee, spent Tuesday at .

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E it FACE >a THE KISSIMMEE 1 VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1111.'f .

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., rKISSIMMEETHE, -They had not gone far before the yells to all, bas long since had hi. final dis .. .f

'f BRYAN SPEAKS ON 70RMER STANSENATORENDORSES --- of baffled rage filled the air A Cocking charge. ? '

; cry came oft the water'on the :The Indian maiden who remembered -

HIS PLAN FOB' PEACE LIGHT CANOE other side of the island. It attracted the kindness of a stranger above Irs HERE !

; ANDESMy a rush of the' savages. A few mo- the wrongs of her own people, and in

i 1I q mend and'' then clear and shrill above I the final test made the supreme gacrl-
from '
I (Continued from Page 3)) 1 1I .( Page '2)) all the tumult rose the voice of the flee, still; lives in the name1 I of the

I 1 port.. Each one of these thirty treat. soldier's duty to obey orders, though girl,,singing the wierd death chant of lake, the'' river the valley 'the town, South African Wonder '
t Friends Claim That See the end.be death." f' .Kiasimmee':
fee also provides that the period of They her people.

f: investigation'' may last a year,' and Wonderful Change \ "Sure.S rgeant, to' the end thoughI All the ,weary night through the '* Hair and ScalpRemedy

t t1 i i each one of these treaties further provides can almost hear my own flesh sizzle two fought their- toilsome way GEORGIANS'TESTWY.

s that during the period'of investigation Regains Weight and Strength' under the burning splinters. But I through darkness and langled wood : i iIt

t neither side shall declare,war Years of "' was thinking of that maiden gurl who listening to every sound startled by 10 MAYR'S REMEDY ;

: or* begin hostilities. Here are three); After Suffering ,; was your friend in the camp at every move of bird or beast, until ,

provisions, new to treaty-making Payne's might help us. In'' & pinch they reached safety and gave the Live Redeemed and Fortunes in j ,, gets results on itch. ,

which reduce war between us'and the One of. the best feature of-the Introducllon. What was her"name?" warning. But too late. Health' Are KecoverrJ.Mostf 'I ing, irrit ted.acalps. '
e
'I and the wonderful popularityof "You Light Canoe?"
contracting mean
parties to a remote pos-
An11R! in the' /SouthIi the large: When morning dawned smoke arose of the problems'of health orig I
t sibility. "That was their making( .in their inate in It remove dandruffand
numlior of Iromlnpnt.mpt' in nil walks : from the ashes of .many a pioneer's the 'ton mch. Most of these 1
,r "We do not contend that war in of life wllo (have felt It was their| duty! I haythen lingo; it .was something to cabin. Babies lay lifeless in the dead ailments can be 'cured. Thousands of I keepMhe hair soft
j made imp flR'ihle1 only wish, it werep In disregard l precedent and, como forward make an honest lad think of his arpis.of mothers whose people right in the state of ..Georgia I
I unseeing !
with their InilonipmeiilH of eyes are needlessly from stomach\
Andes suffering
.
and ;
sweetheart pliable. >
p ssiblc to make war impossible. But ) ./''''" '''' of I the benefits they llUVOHrrnrf 'II were turned to the unpitying sky- troubles, while thousands 'of others''
in order to secure the invetigatlr" o'I ,il from flu use I "Kissimmee. Fathers hay where they fell, colds as have found health by the use of !Mayr's

.1 I. all questions it was neoaesnry-to re- the Amot I long,>!K lint file of Intent diHllnirnjfthcd to add) his users mime. to f.vuiilmt j 'A slight ru".lIe'au'ht. /; their I '-ears.,'. (!the w apons still grasped. in nerveless, Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of I Preparation can be

npryc{ to cuich nation the right of independent : 'IK former' Slate Senator J. K.Maxwell I ookig!; up, they saw the maid herself -'; hands. The Indian war with all its this remarkable remedy is proof found on sale at the'PALACE
lkre
art the words of
action, nt. the contusion of ,, of N..rlhir..I1....., wham standing: in the glow oT the camp i two' Georgianswho
'home IM tit Concxitil.! Mr. Maxwell'Is: I cruel savagery was on once more, have used it: .I I
,, the investigation/ If any once believes i well Iuiottiin/ rust nil J of the Kmilh- fire, The sergeant 1 sprung to his feet !' only to end -in the' almost] entire cx- B. DUNCAN 136.W. Penchtrcc St..J DRUG STORE ,.
thut war 111:1): .soim-times( benecessary I 1" ,iti /Kyin-n.' mad IH lIne uiiKiMK' tin 'nostppolar ''and would have approached( her, \but ..lim-tion of I the Florida tribes. A Atlanta Ga.:"I took one bottle ofMayr's *
I | 1: "WII nf hiM own Hlnfe. In an hccKom'd: Wonderful Remedy and it did'me
{ let him (find ronxilatlon in him to silences Prawiitg I
IN I Ina"art leftultll till. ,, of the AlKll'H. III.'" That night, after the capture Und I I so much good I must continue the Smoke House Barber .
the fact that I ,every one of these t t treaties I' MM'inilj' lu> sold) I |hna xiirteiiMl, from. lien I, deerskin mantle "around her I
death of- KisKimmce, the light canoe I II I treutmt>n't. ,
.peciirally( reserves the] right; of itulltfi'. -l l iifti a nd! Ntoiiuio! 4iMiirilii'H_] for 'bur shoulders she .began: ''drifted SALISTA THOMAS, l C5 La France Shop Butler's Tonsorial I
'. Yet around the
"' Ih. awu camp
JIj. Iwot'I" X our nation to go to war !If iriy desire I .!In> '<1110!, nets1 t .InvilhlK mi-ill, would ) "I'nlffuee, listen well! I to the word ] tires of her people some belated] hunter St., Atlanta Ga.-"I have taken your Parlors, Barbers distributors *
wnr all they htryp\ to do in. to stir J| lniv, 'O a xiruiHi'iiU'il" fool!i..g. iiml'' vomit of l KisHimmee, for she comes with a remedy for five weeks I feel like I
t the people( to fever" heat .and keep i jif(.M.* I'iiliiiK i frequently. 1 IK-JIIK I Iroiidlod WIII'11lil'IIrt.. coming in will. tell with hushed nardly known my strength-my appe- for this territory. :
up j wltti l i-li-litiift' and formation "fl"'s0s und u J straight tongue. | voice of u phant.o11'! canoe coursing cite is fine." .
them there for a yen) ; then if no oth- I "" my Htiimnrh. 'and\ altcilyM had ,hint er way out is. found, the nation is it ia1o In my inoiilli Tlnk J>oel"rM ,Mjiiil:\ 1uns )1\<'-1'. :She; loved you, but the eagle [ permanent results for""stomach, liver South African Wonder
with invisible
but an occupant, .
'I rnuliliil 1 with 11ll1l"1h..f I Hip and intestinal ailments. Eat >
.' liberty to fight its out. And I so as much
way I 1''I"m.h.: iinil' ) thut, the ,pales In various. and this hank do not mllt( You the flash of whose paddle had been and whatever like. No
more distress -
you
I r much believe in I In-: right of the: "'Hrln nf mv Imily' wan (':1111<<,.1| from, uric taught her things, and others Company
/ many .- 'en in the moonlight or in the gleam, after eating, pressure of gas in
( -.1' Ofiff blond, ,irlsintr fruiii lies -
; to hnye what they want that lii.
people i' lumper.. illiii'Hllon anti iiHKlmllalion. nfI 'have. conic th her I by> thinking upon, I of the lightening. And then the whis- the stomach and around) the heart.
I admit the right of the people togu I fiMul At Unii'M. 1 would\ np tuU\ ,Mi with your word" A voice within her breast' j i around 1 Get one bottle of your druggist now II i JACKSONVILLE
w 1'; to war if they really want it. Hut I 1 ,II'IJMK 1,, in MirloiiH ]parts nf rny IMM.V) ,.PH-. tolls her that it is pleasing. to i peroil tale] goes anew. I and try,it on an absolute guaruntee-I, FLA.'I''f''
more
I .pi-ciiiHy. In the small of my luiclc 1 midI / | Yours afterward some hunters if not satisfied money will '
feel ns a North (Carolina (Congressman ntiout'' the (;rent Spirit to do good to others \ '
t I lillllo I was 1 becoming ttiurmetl 30 Mutual Life Building
d expressed l himself, that if we art toi my ,'o".II1I"n. and l begun I 1o think than to shed their blood. You taught I I found a canoe of strange/ shape) car- Aviation is the latest fad of the j f

have war it would he better for the tin-re, wan no cure, until I hoard HOmtlrh her in kindness how to shape her I rind l hy high water into u bayhead : young society girls of Oakland, Cal. }
: can -
, nliout l Amies) a sst l the j.(0,1! 11 was I the lake half I concealed by creeping .
,
)1 near ;
1 )i people to voupon\ it themselves than 1 doing' so II".n.r my friends\ 1 thought' .;? to make it .skim th,' water, how l'
to have others vole it on them. Ifthere 1'rhuI'| | It might I do mo some KOIX!. I !lit make it light yet .strung and to vines und trailing moss, where the .,f:
tii-Kiin ,tin use nf Andes and my r0110f'dabs petals of the buy blossoms .showered
'i'' is any question upon which i ulmoKl from. the Vfry II1st'ii., ,; ...".. cover it with the !blood. of the pine .\111'flt u H!.:>!* LAY1V6r" it >.... Mitjtr ",
Idoun I it und the mockingbird
tI ore should lie a referendum vote, it now only. after four w.'lo.lH..' of the to keep out the w water. In that canoe upon Have you ever thought I>V f is the of war which ",...11"11"* I feel as well IIH I over did and( the I thrush. culled out from the Have* you utop'd| to think what you iihoulii Iced. your 'hens to make ,.
question peace' or them *
she Ijiy
i In my h lifi, '. All iifty fernier lroull! havndlsiiKari canto to you tonight outracingthe 1 in the love .
blanches I .
mean life or death to HO overhanging > sea- No" lisle The I-KK In a send thut 1I1lur"IIrurmHo In .1 h.* h.-..'" )
many i
may : | | >fl and I nm K.iliiInK In warriors.' Your every step was hag I and. In, order
{, ,! while to miiki- that Heed grow Into (uli-slzrd: '..Ie. you roust
lO'cferendum"vote . I -)' "Kissimmee! Kissimnwe! ,
people. And if we have right roil strength story day; Myflii'lids watched this : times feed tin- IlltliOKUM. f
day. Many they
\ rlalni they ,nee a wondeifiilrliani j I, from swaying reed file bobolink and \\ hen you fi-i'il tcrnln.' ttcrntrli ford you anfieill'itr) the ton hut you
I on war, it will lie only fair that *'' In my ronilillon\" I never unveInditrHiMiient : could have killed you, but it was for- !'' arl: lint. f.-i-dlnu tinittK. llelire Ihihill ..*'1.. fill When you ford 1 Aunt :\
I. the lark, in sweeter'tours, ang.10 19itMys .r.ullr .Knil., the ,.KK r.i.lin--r., you. an fi-i-illiiK\ ho'th the hen
I the women shall vote as well as the I tlO ; lieforf. for anythliifr' / ', wad
\bidden. The chiefs. have ,
1 wo.uld your ]! Ihr s'rd 1 In Iha hrua l big and lhiurow ,Into full-nlEiil( t KKH Then" thi ,
men, for women bear the larger portion but' I am, so Kraleful that I feel that It their love, "Kiss-i-sim-mee. hru him to let nhi- "n'l hel 1"|* hcl-Bilf ,
toiture and death for the dance :
I l Is ilutv to Htiite' publicly what this war j ,
inv 'I'Kt
A MtIK M> 111\I\11': 1 III I1xlal';
's'' ''r I of the burden in time of war. \\iinilelfnl' fmvlieine' Iras done\ In m)' tonight,/ fur when ..nlll'l1lnl'oml': '' the- The American .soldier, so faithful I in t.k lour llrnlrr fur lent lnl..>, I hr I'.KK: .r..du..r-II. Pas (.... H.
+ 1 believe that the women should vote i \rase Von. may use my """'fIl"1I1( an blood of the white man will l 1)e its I' duty brave in emergency kind to th? I' J I' CIMIII t. tin. iniifi,, H ho put (hi' I-KU 'In f. e.l ,j I

; on all questions, but if they vote on I you like.I ,' innocent and helpless and, courteousBISCUIT fe,
When the
dow' upnu the ,
!I', .Mr | ;'I>PMP. who IH personally HiiperIntendlliK grass. run- j -.
I, only one it ought to be an election! ylho IntlinliK-tioii of AmiesIn her", told] of your resting on this island -- -- -
which decides the issue between I Tanipll., and all Florida, and meeting" I { I
l 1 peaceand II" \,...I.II.Ially at Cottor'H llrutr Store. ] thy canoes wore "sent for you.
war. In I'ef"'r'iIaK lit the nhovp Btatement.Hiild. Listen Do you not hear the bent of I rb GL
* * * "You find that Ando, IM fatPrnviiiK I FOR SALE CASH
I and war. will ---- PREFERRED
(, to every iloulitin Thr>maH In their paddles] ? Go at once, go quickly ], .JAX \
"And so every American citizen has Tampa unit vicinity that it Is a grout ly-not the way you came, take! j L
duties as well as rights. Do you say dlHeiiMilumlxhpr.. and IH really doing not the beaten tl"lil-guide your ), Otic block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. i
that it is the duty of this government ,}f"r.lolfd than, anymedicine ever I
? sold! In the South. Two million hottlen! ,, course hy l the star I that never sets; I 250 foot front 208 foot depth. Rich Muck : .
I to take its army and follow an American have lipini ed !In, thp pant three yearfy r rAndes rest not till you reach your own people .Lcxia crackers, made right; Soil ,, ,.
for
citizen around the world and protect -;t'rcKcripl.on!, "so hi/.ri1Iy' The Indian maiden to whom'you '' best materials in cleanest ; adapted Banana or Truck Growing.

4'' his rights\ ? That is only one side commended by form--r State J'O-I'once were kind can aid no more." | bakery of the South. Guaran- Eighteen inch full to city ditch. Make your

1'' of the proposition. The obligations J. E. Maxwell bf North Carolina is She was !gone as noiselessly. as she teed fresh and crisp by dealers home pay for itself. "

111j of citizenship are reciprocal. It is the now on sale] in Kissimmee by the hud come. The sound of the paddles and makers. One of 122 kinds. .
of the citizen consider his Two Lots--Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful
duty
I Corner (Drug Store, the exclusive could indeed be heard above the washof

4' country's safety and the welfare of agent.-Adv. the waves. They hurried to their !i 1LUMal.byt a'f. 6ACl situation, facing Lake Tohopekaliga. Ideal i
his fellowmen. In time of war the
and into the I
canoe pulled rapidly Cracker Worki.3t.k" for Winter Home. A few
1
spot a minutes
government can take the son from his I gloomy shadows of the western shore. t walk i',

widowed mother and compel him to nation. We give more money very from Country Club House. Telephone and !

I give his life to help his country out oft year to carry the gospel to those who - - -- - Electric Light Wires r"u' by the lots. Golf

I war. If, frl time of war, the govern live under other flags than any other

, ment can compel its citizens to die ina' nation now living or that has lived. course on the'spot. A Bargain. '

order, to bring war to an end the government -' The two ,reasons combine to fix the Apply VALLEY-GAZETTE. "
(
i can, in time of. peace say to 'eyes of the world upon us as the one 11Ls1:

its citizens that they shall not,: by nation which Is at liberty to lead the Blowers Ground Limestone! "makes add soils 1" wvet ri q, 1 .

taking unnecessary,risks, drag,;\ heir' -vuyifrom: 'the-blood-stained. ., methods sweet. It: releases potash salts and imparts Kr 'a"1; ''fl$ ",

country into' war and compel this sacrifice if the past cut into the larger and strength and vigor to growing crops and trees. )..:,

i of their countrymen. better day. I Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine ,

"Some nation must lift the world readily mixes with the soil. Contains impurities
no
out of; the black night of war into the I "Wp our must ideals not], disappoint!und achievements the hopesvhieh --can he applied at any time' --is i ', x" '. Put Your Raw Land to Work NowIn

i of that when inexpensive. 'ritt'rnr literature and! Isat
light day prices. .
an enduringi : '"".(' excited If I Know the heart of ? IIf

peace can he built on' love and broth- hi' Amerivun, people] they are not Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co. 1r 'I Ilf a

i eihooil, and I crave that homufor, villii!*; that this supreme oppoilunityshall Bolt K 308, Ocala! Florida 1 Productive Citrus Groves
this nation. More ] than fart
glorious any
i : pass by unimproved. No, the
page: of history that has yet been nictrnpolitan press is not the voi written will be' the page/ hat I records slow
:'he' nlltron: you rim no more measure ] wave ill exceptional] <'II "'H. If
; p our claim tp the I promise mado: to the tinsent'inent, of I the peace loving I 1 the ]1\111)\ l i is brought into 1]>1I'utitnble production

< peacemakeis. masses: > l Ioy the froth of the jingo pres' < '"' the value out of all
Ili! ::11' Ja 2' grown' proportion to the
':' "This is the day for which the ageshave than t you( can meuhurc. i the ocean'sipths'liy :, '
been waiting. For nineteen; hun expense} involved.] !
wuves.
I the foam upon ,its
", dred years the gospel" ] of the Prince of I, Thousands\ of acres in Florida] planted l] to
Peace has I barn making its majestic PURITY ICE CREAMThe
Buckeye trees, are "today worth titneH
many
match a'round the world! and during i
iI Q what they were a few Land that
.' these centuries the philosophy of the I, -- > yearn Ug'O.
"" Sermon has : Taste LingersIt's was valued at twenty-five to fifty dollars
on the Mount become ;;;;; :---i.; an

i more and more the rule of daily life. ;- 1: ___ _:.-- ... acre, when planted] ,1 five or Hix'yenr'i ago in now i

It only remains to lift that code of worth from $2.50( one hundred dollar land
V Made in Kissiniitiec. Special Prices to up; ,
: morals from the level of the individu- Launches Skiffs j 1 when in the raw .state, han] a value] of from
: 1 Lodges and Church Socials. .
; nations ; $:.00()() to $1,000 I since covered .by a )grove; in

.., pared to set, the example.) We are Dories Built to full productiontjnd MO on.

) less hamper I by precedent than oth- PURITY ICE CREAM CO. There han been no such outlay of money required

er nations u', I therefore more free to Order PAUL McKEE, Mgr. in clearing, planting] cultivation] and
act. I the value of
appreciate -
-what higher tribute can I precedent pay care of the groves an! is represented in the increased

-e BOILERS AND TANKS PHONE 41 "We Deliver the Goods" values. In ] six
it than to say that it is ns universalas many cases, pro vea! only

the law of gravitation mill as ne- TO ORDER or seven years old have produced enough fruit ,

cessary as stability ? And l yet the BUIL/T t J to almost if not quite cover these costs. Thisyear's ;

law of gravitation controls only inanimate _ - - __ _n __ ___ _ __ _ __
GALVANIZED crop will put the owners in the' clearon
that livesis

in constant nature-everything combat with the ]law of COPPER AND *| JALH1EL IS MERCURY IT SICKENS scores of young groves (planted] to late'

, gravitation. The tiniest. insect that a varieties. .

creeps upon the ground wins a vic- ,; ZINC; SHEETS i| Now is the time to plant citrus in Florida.]

tory over it every time it moves; even |I CYPRESS ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE Never before was the outlook for the industrymore !
OAK
i ,j j' the slender blade of grass sings a
flattering. State and national
song of triumph over this universal } 'govern.
} ,,,' law as it lifts itself" up toward the sun. I tt. MAHOGANY I ments have recognized its importance by adequate

( So every step in human progress.breaks WHITE PINE and "Dodson's Liver Tone" Starts Ycur Liver Ilorc'n iuulf.v my \"friinrnTitro a Iiu rent-Oo bottle to any of. drugstore Dod-I provisions for its preservation. Demand ,f
\
( the law of Precedent for
precedent. and is --
good
'; ; Better Than Calomel and Doesn't """'S Liver) Tom 'I 1 ako a .15|> > lives in the past -it relies on ALL HARD WOODS night; and if it da-sn't ntrniijliten: yourilit with great rapidity under modern selling

memory; because a thing never waS; Salivate or Maka You Sick.Listen up and 111.'ou\ -fi-el I linn andviJrorolll' methods.
precedent declares that it never cant FIRE ESCAPES 'Ioy morning I want you to go Clear :your land and plant citrus .
I luiek to the Htore and. get your money. I IUodimn'a I this spring-there s 'plenty of time if I
; be. Progress walks by faith and you
to me! Take no more nirkonin Liver Tone is destroying the ( I '
,: dares to try the things that ought to r. Kjilivnting calomel] ", h"1loiliOlll or solo of calomel liec-uiiso' it is real Ii.er'' start now. But don't delyf : .

be. Competent Force' of Workmen c(>nHli| sick.
:j "This too, in the leading Christian C'nliiini'l! is mercury or quickiiilverliiili can not salivate or make you lest how and the Jest
trees to
I: for Road Work at \\ causes necrosis of the bon..... I guarantor that one wp'oonful of Dod- ay plant
\ (Calomel when. it0"' ''_ into contact oon's Liver Tone will put your sluggish Copy free-write today. '
To Drive Out MaUna L' All Times.JACKSONVILLE with Hour bill crashes into it, breaking liver to work and clean your bowel of
I And Build Up The System it up. This is when you feel that awful that sour bile and. constipated; waits Buckeye Nurseries

Take the Old Standard GROVE'S I | nnnwa and cramping. If you are sluggish which is clogging: your svntem and l disking M. E. Gillett D. C Gillett
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know and "all knocked out," if your you feel initwrablr. I guarantee. ,that
i what are the formula Uinted Pj: liver i U torpid and bowels conatipitted. I a bottle of Dodxon' Liver Tone will Bak Bid*., Tampa, Florida
\ you on every libel, showing it is ; m or you have headache, diulnesrf" coated keep your entire family feeling fine for IOS7tiuu -BARCLAY REALTY CO.
inine and Iron in a tasteless f6rm. :==' tongue, if breath is bad or HtomaeVsour' months Give it to your children. It Is
be Quinine drives out malaria the - \ Just take a spoonful of harmless Dun!. harmless; doesn't; gripe and they like iW !, KiunwBM, Fk.

i. .,icon builds up the system. 50 cents r FLORIDA I son'. Liver :Tone. on] .my. guarantee. pleasant taste. I I -

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916.' : THE K1SSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE y"

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-- -- rAgricultural' -- ,
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Bible for the inspection department !r out much more rapidly than either ..oo'oo o.ooooooo.OOt removedto" Mlnot, N Dak., for per-,

to inspect every shipment,. and fbr. potash or phosphates'. o o mnnent Interment, i. '
0 OBITUARY? .0
News .Notes that' reason the purchaser should act I I It la, therefore important to make Iii. relatives desire herewith to express
O . .
as his pwn .Inspector. lie will thus applications 'of nitrogen at intervals. >Ho to6ooo.oo their thanks to 'all the. kind It

FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA protect himself his neighbors, And the during the year., B. F. Floyd, plant Mr. Paul E. Tnidell born at I friends and neighbors wh se'help and,

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE whole state; and help to make the in- physiologist to the University of Flor' was sympathy was greatly appreciated.

. ,' cpection\ service more efficient. ida Experiment .Station cites some experiments Stevens .Point?, Wi., February 22,

d t The? State Plant Board'' requires that .carried on', last year in 18GG, and died Kenansvillo, Fla., One of' the surprises of the New

EDUCATIONAL. SAVINGS of sufficient value to l induce anyone to 'I|treeilshall! | be derived 6( their leaven, which the effects insufficient nitrogen January, 2, 1910. York Horse Show 'was 'Miss Loula

FUND ESTABLISHED question tho'' ownership. The old order l thoroughly boxed or"covered to prevent were, noted. It has Wen! clearly On May 10th 1S87 he. was marriedto Long of' Kansas City, who out of 25
,..
1" hangI'ng.There' aro some I infestation and bear an official! ,demonstrated that lack of ,sufficient : elltrie8. carried off 10.)< ribbons and

Hundredsof' children are deprivedof queer .turns, in the old law of[! .thq inspection tug before, they can beshipped { nitrogen at the \lime Of neUtag fruit Miss 'Elizabeth' Wachter. 'After cups

an education bccounq their parent stcte. Havea'responsible! lawyer or" : If 'any of these provisions' will-reduce the yield mutually. One living- for sometime at Tenstrike -

cannot! afford'to lend them. to.;<,lope. examine. your title, t.t.abstrac or? not observed or if the stock i is I plot in the. foregoing: experiments Minn,,. they moved to' De'crinjr North Women! wearing he police. helmet "
The expenditure :'of $:JOO or $400 a diseased chasers to '[)Dakota where they'resided'for' about
pui arc requested which suffered from nitrogen starvation and cloak "armed with clubs and accompanied
year at the time the child Is ready togo WILL YOU HAVE AHOME report. at tho time tho fruit, set'showed four years moving from thereto St. watchdogs, are now employed
to school is too much for the Cloud, Fla., coming on to Kenansvillo t
ti I avI GARDEN. : CO I per cent less fruit nt the end of tho on \lght duty in the streets
,' erage family. A J'lan'is on foot at PLAN CHOP during the summer of .1914. Here i >II
ROTATIONS I
season than a plot that had had plenty of J3erin.) (
I I" tile University of Florida whereby an Every former should have a home ;i inrd1' IJKFOIM PLANTING TIME: of nitrogen during the spring\ sea they engaged in the mercantile business I .

ucntitlwilL' bo mado possible for Plans should be made for itt 1 sell until the time; of his death. I'

; 1 the (great mass of" children whose'I beforep.iieFOl( farm: work demand. Continuous propping and Ai /CleN'oPI,1ng I Trees. shov nitrogen starvation by lIe leaves, besides his many friends; '

t. parents fall in the foregoing ( :educa-I 1 (all tho attention. According to W. I*." : are, the earmarks' of slipshodfnrmittg. yellowing leaven. In tho r.bsencc,; of I IdisCA" a wife, a moth'er, four brothers\ and i'nUJSTANGI aG

The plan proposes to start l Kloyd, profeKKor\ of horticulture in the flit the first t the soil fa de- j of be three Misters to mourn his untimely ,
yellowing fol'ago
tional savings! : accounts in local bllnks..j can. death. Isis oldest rother, L. 'A. TrutfelV -
University Florida College'of Agriculture ,, pVted by growing. the same crop year '
,
taken ua .a surb\ Indication of nitrogenstarvation. For Sprains Lameness
s Young: parents may start depositing; I early ('orn. radishes, Irish after )''';cr. In the second the farmer; I I of Dceilng N. Dak., came to ,
Potash and
when th' child is 11' f.w( wectfg or .n potatoes, beans, onion nets! ,' English stakes his all on a single crop and in- starvation" are more" likely phosphate to : bo I KcnanHville, as 110011' nf! possible, but I Sores, Cuts( Rheumatism

year old., The money is not to be paid; p)>a
out for anything except educalvonol,I plant, tomatoes, poppers: maybe l hy well .rounded. CI'Op'rolati<;o11M. K. any ranco of the tree. Trudell was 'a man inmonfr 'men. ''Stops Pain At Once
aPP
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put pears Compound interest will bo I, I slorted in cold frames. These
I'', paid on the savings. A small/ payment should be protected by a muslin or sity of Klond.l Kxti'iisiim: ) 'I good, upright,:: citizen: and kind friend.
25o. 50c. $I. At All De.lcre,
t I
i monthly during fifleen'or twenty : canvas cover during the roll nights. urging furm-rs to plan rotations in ('lL.tCEN'I')I : USES BULLETIN |1 I The funeral was held at t.heBap-

years will provide the necessary fU" e. I They will bo ready for transplanting, the. spring before 1>planting time. : I FOR() ANOfNCEMENTS:, :: tiot I church at Kenausyille) and tem

Many! persona could make those payments i us soon as weaj-hor will permit field: should be plotted and crops docided I ---- H I II I porary interment was! made in the local Lull'r
should
without difficulty, but would I The land bo prepared for ;' on for tit 1 least three" years.ITI I Tlie bulletin board hits. come into cemetery. Later his body will be I
not be able to educute their child] squash, cantaloupes! watermelons and not-them states three or more '
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I .IWWI III!, (;. K. McQuurrie, state agent: ; I _
otherwise. The money wil be paid in okra which be in few for ,, 'I
nuiieil
may planted a years ire | :u complete cy- [Tor, t the University 6f I'lorida KxtenKIOM ,
monthly Installments when the childis i weeks. .. Isle] nf ,rotation. Klqtid.i him ailvm '
a ; tin i
..
I I Ih'i ision, has MUI/I'l': t.,1 that: :
ready to attend college or when het I i tape in that u. rotulion may lie .
I rounfy af.rcnts establish bull! 'tills at
or she in twenty years eld. As children ha<\-.within a given Several'
DIVERSIFICATION: PAYS year. AVORITE
the [ I II ; various; places in the counticH to J'arI I .
approach productive agethyy be ri while
crops can /grown one year"
iiniifiL'Pcemenls' of intentsl' to faun
I ry !
contribute toward the fund I I '
cnn in' Mutes of season1one
shorter growing
f Huts off to the one gallus man, the ('I"". ll.ites of meetings posters 1111.1the

l themselves. one horse farmer. II. C. Teat Walnut crop only can he /grown. A cash itmi'MMy of the agents, arc *UKIfistion's i

I Hill, Escumbia county, Iind his crop a maintenance crq.. und u soil < for, the lionrs.Mr ..
IF OATS ARE YELLOW lonesome mule produced $1.iOOvorth/ improving clop can I be grown l by the:
'" U. ThorVC'"I', Pasco <'oullly.iR ,
JIVE; THEM: NITROGEN I CROPS REQUIRE
Florida f.iliner" in the Sumo DIFFERENT
of on thirty-six nrrra of ]land. year.The
crops the lest iif.'elit to put the board. / ;) 'illlo
c>:nly rotation slioulil<1 include.nt I 447b I DIFFERENT; KINDS OF sI
If oats arc yellow they probablyneed How did he do it? Listen. lie had > use. In addition; ; to the information of .t .
nitrogen. An application' ] of lf 0 no traditional l prejudices for "co'n an' least one !...rllllle. That\ will (rivethe '?i 4I FERTILIZERSWhile
be tlnin!
i intt"r1'I'tr-tn' fuini 'IS' uses a-
pounds of sulfate of ammonia to the coli on" to hinder him. Instead of three year< inHtum. three' I 1. 1111'S.
?i acre will in mot.t cases reston their I I staking his all on a single crop he This \\ ill furnish Ih. sail! buildingcrop ban arrows )pointing toward the >> amounts of the ingredients vary

natural color, according, to John M. ]I diversified.Accoiding" f ; while any of the t many otherrofs i ;
tiiwns to which the roads lead. It i isphiniiol FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE
Scott animal industrialist, to the university to the report of S. W. <- ) cnn" l I.e M'lrrti'il, for cash and
I : to place! I the boards' at each MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS.
of rioiida! Exi: )",i'inie-it :-1.1-; 'Ilintt, inonstrntkin" acent for the mm; >'l..na..e.. The i nips which fur. included of .
ern. road center iniptilance i in
- in this !lofation; Mill rd I .
: tion. A I'Iro'vhould! b- inn o\er I'imi'isity of Floudi ))0,1; 'n"ion Oi- the .

the land to ineorpoiiite. the fiitili/er I I \'I-ion. :Mr. Tent raised, XOO bushels! of upon the( kiwi of fii"iin", !hat is to ftiunty.Women I 'o Each sack is marked to show important ,

I lie done, ai.d 1 UK ,vction of t st-ite. l
into the so I I. Born, seven tons of velvet beans! v I \ elements.
y"
It probably will bo necessniy( to J'-I iiounh peanuts", to fatten hogs for I 'LIvM16AIIM {;f'tl;; mfill I Special Formulas (for All Florida Crops !

'. peut the nppln4lion in a .ine'uh. Aplly t I.OOO )pounds of meat pasture for OIlT.I11:11: :; : : ) ( '<01E: : \ HtYI .._ ./ \ M } Write Quotations.. '

t ]> the fertilizer when .Ii; oats ale twelve, ] )helm, <1 of cattle since; his, crops -

dry else 1 it 'Tray here a caustic.. ..fftcton \ vvel-e haiv.sted) I. $RA woith'of colton", I I Most of the coin' imp' ("if the Mute AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS.

tl iii. This tie:.lnl'l1t"\'ill not pie- )IT.'i: gallons, { of sirup and :'J'Jo: : bushelsof '''is planted from the crib If there is INSECTICIDES

vent rut but it will make a :sticmpcrgrowth I potatoes. la more shiftless" method, of obtaining '." .. l lJACKSONVIC

: winch will] ni>bl.] < the oats to I l-'eltllirer I ? Yes, sixteen dollars'! i I He'"d it is to selCCt.from the feeding I INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY

overcome the M"-1! to some oxtent. woith of acid phosphate was all he stock.i If the farmer persists in crib \,

Tie harrowing, will also! s.'ive as a used. The remainder of the fertilizer I selection ho should d i'> it before all I E'. FLORIDA. ,

l cultivation which hiiulii be given in needed was suppli! from the crops" I the choice ears are fed. A. 1'. Spen- I It t .. I

Harrowing lie too >'e- -ind livestock grown Iccr I district agent for .the Univesity
spring. may
Tell Why They .. ..
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of Florida Kxtent ion Division -- -- --- ----- -----
:Mr. Teat does live of tin suggests -
vere. In that cast1 use a wceder. not out a > Love This Magazine j .

- can and paper ,,,uk. He believes in >'I that those farmers who failed i 10 Su- I of
Prom Va-hinn; t'o Fiction i it
' BERKSHIRE IS .\ GOOD! \ ruisi'ig. ,e\ei!'vthmg for his table that I to select from thy field select immediately I Inua"uulL.MIS. , J. lI..ol".w\'OIk" I
| from their cribs.. ilf nil HIP n'...". i''. I hurt. flew lateen orn 3; MILLS THE FLORIST INC. j 1
lie .
il land will has ,
HOC; FOR ri.onii\! < produce a good ..il I I I Ike M.H. Al.l., Ilf.t l "TII lrU V = 1 I
1 would .1 aurli ,.,"heal luiuarI I
A better however be to JACKSONVILLE
tl plan, FLORIDA
"al'.I'n > around well
year as as ,
liriKliI' aliiriri '
I d'I.I I uu:< li"ii" a'sd IUTMI.! . .
There is really not enough to quarrel t.o'iltiy; eggs, milk and butter. In I buy purebred seed from' some reliable "':,. ,:j ."ten,: I iiiini-nicin Ireerted.: Sate Sit.: In my hamllr tar ante. Ilan'Tli.lii I0d f I .. We quote frh cat flower. for week beginning January 3, a. follows ;j-

about between the different breed other word he believes! in paying :i ..-..,.d'r or at least buy some from a :" "n 1 I" .I h \lr !pal A. J lot, of'a TVxa rara. "nul.iiirll.lli.il'wi I fanod" t li'lllull Rem, Whit* and Pink . $3.00 nJ$4.00perJ. 1.
I who has selected from thefield. j ill that 'U im-nui In t mi'." writ,, a Kdiillli American Bfauti 10.00 11
of lard hogs." Some f II'm"'I's will\ prefer i himsel.f the profits on the produce he I r 'itrhbor i HI< :nil i1,.,u rllKr, '1 ham, laKfiil .Mi4 ALL HMAl.AIM .
I : .limI. an nmrnr.l. ami nili Carnation Whit. and Pink 1.00 "
one breed and another Some have certain advantages |I in tht state. Their names will be sup- j:.I., ,.I,:.' n. r fir h.'ll rtiry| I loam o ml' niv Ktory,: hunknnd IIPW ,ilnli nynJ I Eatttr Lilli. . . 3.00 " y(

in specific sections but champions NEW CLUB WORK DEVELOPING plied by addressing the Experiment Uu/ I",muni>I. rlklil.liau' aittfcn I. i.""I'I'Dial' nil l froin'I" wllhiiiit IH'AI.1H'mvl ' Sweet Pa . . ,2.60 l. 100 I
'' furnish . Station, Gainesville. 1 .71 Rer.nird F.. .. A.Ilnrllr r.. 45 Y..1L"I'I' Double Violet. 3.00, 100 '
of any breed can usually pier. Fa..... Kafanx 1l'
sae Suacnbtn a nr NarcilBu .
.l.OO do.
The point to ;keep in )mind 'in\ pur- ,..... ami, .,m auiipoMIMiitr. I I
for Tip
the advantages of thir choi1\! T lli.\clubl -work"under,, Extension 'I 1 mil In. nir
; for . Mil., .AI.I.'" llm l...t ."'
? lulli +'Th \ lii"!: ,rT'l i i1!'o h" "aver'ltytofFloridades chniinir!; Rood:;: corns} to ret that. which 1 r \ ).t'l'< "... I usa. ;) 1 MISS I JEAN CALDWELL, KUsimmee; Agent
1 any com 'tJJjg s BJJ'iliir| { I V'fi' III'> : 'S> *- j I I Ie t. ,Jman ("'IIII"I"' ". 'hYgO
.f near at f'
\ favoritejUiTJFlorlda l I Whil 1 ai) ; of ray'rnWajae- d nOnl.iB D-Q otl |M'almHo an.I Iniir. 4
long been."n ; loping Itojcover] phaac_ fthCT ofrLll with? 1 =;,! .| to.ilrMl, mr ,. '
bUlk seed
lard \holt and Is folks' uctivitTos?'Th corn clubs plant crop[ .+' SIN al. I ,
it was originally a young < to.I of r' I"r.:: ( .t Iour! :;:"" ,r"r.:. worlteiff" : _
in the North Buy Florida: I Igrown \1. l I
Have (frown
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still it furnishes a large been stressed almost '
considered so exclusivelyheretofore. I r >u.1 mi M ir l>ufHI tw H'IHV YylII mays.tart.
,, '1, Ul, II ", Nil.rl" -
seed if possilile. If new varie-I r ?
proportion of lean to fat. Florida 1J'linningthis year potnto j 'I aln. .In"KN .'' alM "." ''I'a' 0
lIIU''r,
Ir "uud,
ties desired) l small Hi 1114 I lit' MH T I. I .
farmers have found! the {'mall!! hog pig, poultry and !tally I beef are plant a plot " .,'h', ,iii u 1)S ''rh'l' I ""I"-In. 11.11'. .
most profitablebecause" local! .butchers ,'Ipbs'ill" be fostered.. The last throe 1 but do not stake, much on untried va- ] I I' "'ii." '11.,.,*1. 'II n I.'" f ,.h' I( .uu Vnur'Th hurt, ni.,jV.I .m,rkHl.t )
neticH.NITROGEN". I '"|.. I". < ,1'mI' 1 1U '" 0 fMV ('IdllHTa"i I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee
demand it. ate a result of the greater intreest inlivestock I I.r Iii "i.' < 1?1.. <' "f <"ni 0"*," J
5u Mo.h.' Trial( ubinirHnn.. Can 2S Crtt _
While the Berkshire: is not a small throughout state.It I :.
: STARVATION AdJ. .. THE McCALL COMPANY
bog the tendency to produce, considerable is probable! that pn expert will l he 7"; \1pr.1I! PMff JJ-w York Ci... N Y.rT'a". =

) ]lean is in its favor. The Florida ] olitiiinpd for each branch of the workif i REDUCES: : CITRUS YIELD I j FREE ,, e

farmer must 1 have n hog which i is 'velopmentK i justify it. An To Woman Who Sew' Smlda : I
exc..1-1 Of all the fertilizer elements nitrogen M. (/!.I. H %'MA'.A/lMv I ('art ; : IF FURNITUREWE ? )
n good griper., The IVrkshiic is a lent plan for starting the clubs an-I I" Hi.!riMc I'.I,(,,',,,""lili>..."I! ItLK, nn requrnl. F
l is perhaps the most importantto To Fanry Ndl.workri1 'I-p." a 'I\ inrW. > :
fair grazer when compared<1 with the imal husbandry" has been adopted in'' ?rk llook" nth, itrw -'KII) Mini .IcMMiris ,InEnhml I1E: I
I I' the citrus grower this year. The I lory 1 Ht'lihet' HIM: for 2.cent rump
other bird hrwds. Under certain conditions Wakulla county where prizes in the c
h Church Work.! ftnfi DO Sam. to *iriiurrlit '1
'prices of potash and acid phosphate A-k for ",,.'AI.I/"Mum. -FIIIK,! I '
if crossed, with the Tamworth corn club will! consist of pigs. Purebred "
or UalHlm' I'IAII liKtrifu' I l.c tnou t tiurc lies
Yorkshire it tends to- calves and fowls could] be givenin arc almost prohibitive, even though T* Afffnt; and Ctuh Riltm' A.k f<>rMHAMH I
of Large I flnn Ids" "lUMtlt OK tJIFTK" .mlrnaminoMt I
ward the bacon type. Whcr.ham..., the mime way in thise counties they can be had. There is a chance f I BOO.(Kl PAHII rit7.R' !: OKI FRT I HAVE IT !
sae and' htitnlmtwif '
also that quantities of these materials ,*,,tI.y.. :. G.I"J'.IY'lBIZ: : *::\' \\ni! forMrCAI.fH .
the main where such work is dexirod. II
backs and l shoulders lire requirements "Ur.n.r KTef to lkry..n4 (llrl I
have been left in the soil from
previous
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the Berkshire fits exceptionally Opportunity for giving such prizes )I InrIIIllanaullluuetmImIlalluulals.IllunilasulaallllulhIala' , \'! 'Iw aim'
leaches ..
applications. Nitrogen Iurllfl
well. will he offered practically in every

The strongest characteristic of the county in the state this year. G. L. I
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breed 1, according to C. K. McQuarrie.state Herrington, state club agent/ expectsto I In connection with oar {Hardware line we carry a complete

agent for the( University of have a corn club in every county ( y' IUr::: : rH""' m"' "" :::"HI"' :" :::::: 1 :, 'lc iiYrr IS. Ene of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and

Florida Extension Division is proli which hits a demonstration agent:: and : Kandle reliable

ficacy. Berkshire sows of the lengthy is some counties that have not. The
1
type usually bring. large litters, but'\: canning dubs under Miss Agnes El- r ORGANIZE YOUR Bed Room Furniture Dining

the smaller, finer short type is not so len Harris give opportunity for start- ,

prolific. On the whole) the sows make ing the girls( in pig/ and poultry sais- EFFORTSBetter Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par- ''

good mothers. but are apt to be nervous ing. ,

especially when they become lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,

aged. They seem to be particularly BUYERS SHOULD REPORT: results are accomplished in I

subject to eating chickens, young DISEASED NURSERY STOCK everything by proper organization II Couches: .Etc.

pigs and sometimes !lambs and calves. and system. Organize your efforts in

With proper care and plenty of nitrogen Many buyers report that they are saving by establishing the practice ...'

us feeds however, this troublecan re'eivindiseoRed or insect infested of prompt weekly deposits with us. I Toil store is malting a record for itself ia die Matter of

be avoided. ? nursery stock, according to F. M. m helping people to outfit home. Come and ee. Our prices are

O'Byrne, nursery inspector to the Your account is invited. .. right .

HAVE YOUR LAND State Plant Board. The standard re-

TITLE EXAMINED quirementli, for stock have been haised 4f/,, interest paid on savings ac

recently and they will be raised higher counts.

Is your title safe ? Florida land but still there may be room for TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo

values are rising rapidly. The stateis complaint concerning some shipments.Mr. .

filling with people from other O'Byrne urges all growers who
matter what kind of an Engine yon hare -Gas, Steam,
states.. As soon as people begin to receive nursery stock that is not up { ISUPERIOR
Railroad bare the Took
or Stationary Engine-:-we exactly yea
crowd they notice the most desirable to standard to report the matter to
need in everyday work Wrenches Hammers Oilers etc
your ,
tracts of land. The man who has not him at Gainesville.\ Give the certifi-
an unassailable title will have to fight cate tag number, the name and ad- SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will

for his land. dress of.: the consignor, and send por- surprise '0" This store has l the reputatlo. of handling easy.

P. H. Rolfs, dean of the Universityof tions of the mast severely infested or hardware that b superior quality and you will make ae mie-

Florida college( of Agriculture advises infected stock as evidence. DIRECTORS: take In coning; here NOW and inspecting our big stock.

4 all holders of land and prospective The inspection service is just as

purchasers to have titles examined. anxious to raise the standard as the ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON s

There is a great deal of land in people are. A nursery is not certified .

Florida of which the ownership is until it has been inspected and found F. W. HILL 'J. K.: HILLIARD A. W. CUSTUS Osceola Hardware Company

t. doubtful. Men who have owned it before free of an excessive number of insect 1 I std
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ATTRACTIVE NoVELTY THICK GLOSSY HAIR
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FREE FROM DANDRUFF
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M. Mr Woman's WorldHow I For the Children Two Gifts For Her Who Qoe on aIlourn.y. I

1 the Beauty Chinese, Glrlat Try HI! Hair gets soft, fluffy and .
One of: these nMlcles is a
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beautiful-Get a 25 cent bottle .
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bl i KNOWN FOR QUALITY of j workbasket .wicker, with a smart Oil' \1'
Danderine. I!!
On EnglUhwoman O*< A. Tw-ysar-old Who Play handle of straw and kid strappings or-

crib*!' H.r .Many War Duties.mi. ) Outdoor'All! Wlat'-Lo"II' I '
fiarmonyFew
SEED BEANS If you care; 'tot heavy hair that glistens 1

make immediate with beauty and is radiarit with J
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+ ment of the NEW CROP 1915 .life; has an incomparable softness anti

GROWN REFUGEE 1000 TO women seen to reallzo\ tbo advantage is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. t

t '1 SEED BEANS and other umlstuwco and general help 'I Just one application doubles 'the ) 1

varieties. liar !are ubtulnod from having the tone j beauty of your hair, besides it Jmme-f

or note an it wore, that of harmony Q] + diately dissolves every particle of\ f
; J; SEED POTATOES I. ( dandruff. You can not have nice
l : through ami pant of the various pbancx! tr

',,1', SPAULDINGS of life Irtltcductiled] women und 'wo- heavy, healthy hair if you have y;
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.1 : NUMBER FOUR! ROSE 1 I' mi'ii of iiifn-o or" .ICSH nlro last It1etC> wciii dandruff. This: destructive scurf robs

{ to full EARLY RED BLISSTRIUMPH Er4
I t : I 1.<1"IU' bye (be j li,:
.' 1I1l''lIl1f..r' hiiniioiiy In life.t a feverishness; and itching: of j
I t I. If 'IS til (lV 'll-Ust high'
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All varieties: of farm "
leading the scalp; the hair roots famish,
""'11 II;!. ti'iiiit'i'iimi'iitiil| nr iH'rvmw. 11Iv'trtlt ,
I Field, and Garden Seeds. j I : loosen und die; then the hair falls out
I 1-lll'lv.' II'U"1' III "''-II'V' that ll("

Write for oilal: )<>juc und ; II I I ,"' I ." I "urrovn4ng: ] /,;: i !iiuM I 11' 'ii" miii !li III. |1'-> 1I i 1 fast. Surely 'get a 25-ccnt bottle' of

Wci'kF.v 1'ricc" I.i-t. '; I i ildi) )1m: ) '':''lIi' '"* .u.ll l hi f". od\ 6t.;..tr.. I, I Knowlton's Dunderine from any drugstore

,, ,. t'lIr"lllIl".I\: t" I'.irr.v ull,:t*: the Mc.i, I .. and j.usit try it.

t'' E, A. MARTIN SEED CO i 'I' : "......, M121I'fu.luRII: ;limnor' Ituau'y! !, I I : "","-';j :--:-'& ,' -- .... -

I ' l .. /,\ .j) limVtiir.V.\\ Jilll II \\ll'll! || ,,'h... I'Jlll I'lllll I I
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JAflisOMIM.i: ;: PIA/IJIUA II I f her |I.c.llln.; | wiill 1"1"1'> l I' > niPrK mot fur illl 4"a 1 1 1 1

11111"'.. ,in lonk. well In a "rniiMTViitlvi'. j

't. I I '\h'to J >, ... ,. .> way both'; I singly: miln l \ n ufiiilc.' .NoIriillir I :: [Jj.u

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I : AiSiCbrAJvIcohretly; I 'Kvry: "iiMiriiin' ." re "lIf 1.,1. \ I.n'l.\ ivery; <.Ie> Is lietli-r menially: pliy' '"
t.i with Two beidlIJful
,,, ,, )li: .M-\ \\lln, VVIK 111..- A'dclc il'lllil; li ally and+ t telulinnhugllnly| | If the, home I' Jude di-ops.' -
,. ., 'j''j'1f'11 Hllk tussel.s of oriental': rnlors fits!
i .4W'' f. ', .t "I' " .-.1' .".. .. . of New.irk.I "I 1 i:., to :SI. .JIIJI n,'v' I lull,, life Is free from di-piile{ *, hail. tciiipci I
.. . .. .. ,.. . I Ish the iI i. The basket Is lined'with
1 ;3iI jI;;". '., .. .. ?. ,, ... . .., .. ..i HIT nml work.villi a latve' nuinlier, ofj ot"Irritation! (U.fMii.' any mct>,il
3 ".. ., ,,, .. \\ . j <>llii-r. l.idlrfruiii" lo nVIui I k until, 1 j'.iiinl.v. llni'mon.v" < "II'> '' '' fur more I 1.I: I ttvu-I I The leather. ease ,contains cut glow.
' home, life I 11 auy'huar' II lid there II ,! 'J'lds.. 4rllhtftll: roly. poly' l.s the ,
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"! It- Royal Pant! hurrfir.iMUa.nnrslson k linn I I-. fop f Jllt..U( 11at'y's4'i. : -<1I\ 'ii. toolhlirii-h' bolder and two liolllea fur
1 1H 1t ./ I- I'r' II. ._ .. ... , i r 'f r rl guild 1\t. Ii..,'.undr: I.nCHi.o;" .ivplmini's I I- niii-i Important,,': .ind luau i-eii- \i\itg\ \ In I yearold nev\e-l. Iml.j In Mrs Culvert'soutdoor ponder and a mouth wash.
.'1 'I ItI.enclii I !. ,nil "reliltThe oni' > nod. ] onl.viiy I Kindergarten al One Iluudrrdcurl .
t> ..... '!l 1'! , .. ' ',",""'' ', ', 't I'-ir tinsoldieii. In tintrciMlic, \\ to ul'tain: h.irmon.v In homo, life )' SiMeentli: sure. curl 1 Morningsidepark. -
a rnln-t "h "tt ii< ks, HIM) we have madeInnninciaMe
:: : : ;i" ."mY, 'III ": ; I'I'I New Voik city. :Mo-t lioolstojijn ,,,
I N l lu hnve cull \ irevery, \ member In ( si ) 1-d11'! :'.:c.r1'; III -mu .
Htirjiiea 1 stores bnudlgrvelc \ : .
I ,\\ Riatonrr 8ro. the. home' i in, lo .uu i -olrualr, of the others June, hill this outdoor. one guru

/ ivVSaWM R.r.lP..mNu.I !.,... In 4.\ ('Iy'0 In ntlu-r, words, sell all I the year, ;and ilie ehildnii. |1'1:,)
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\ glsld) other Ihlnus Tall to I
&., 'I 211 .n.dlt' *... On.u.n.. iniin.v injitrol, vvlil'h --o many do not think even .ln miow-linin- \\ 11e'1I it rainsery R. S. FLOYDDealer
ourur<- Tills iiinriiiiiu.; for iu.uuoeoluu '
rd In the clr"le. \ 'hardMrs, Cahcit lakes tlieiu
l loa I.... of towels arrived from" I hecountry 'urth'IiIii.1'i"t.' / family:
)l.-er\lu/ ii . lain iim"iint nf IMrIn I home with her and 1 Imrles IKIies( and
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I > shirts,
re.sinK >rovus. 1111ilerwcar. In
seh-i IIIIB the eoloi-s) for OIU, .'H gar harming; HeasludlIn heiand, pilefof.lhem .
I Il all t>orK of thlnKX connlo I
mcntIs not,, moreil i-lu, < In to dig "IIII 1111 little, 11.,1111111
only : : fury
nslt, fur llu'iii. \Viwort I these,
l us us et'
: ; When you buy_ repack mid send 1 thrill. In "rconiied, : the I !lone run to I tluwearer: hut lias uplealiiK .I Iltlt. shovcly'hou. Jn I k I'rost I tnl.eharire Groceries, Ray, Grain a.nd Feed
I : of I the park the < liildrcn run
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f (plant itics.. to. I their drvtlnstlnu4 I Von. end more" or --s soothing t of
for : feil, I upon others. l-'evv, \\omeii and'lil to and skip' and do rilix iraines,: like "\''-,
1 may' recall theiir >>llli c nvklnn
: realize butt it Is to dress Incolors I know the iiiiitlln mini." and "( lute,' Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
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BREAD :3, i t V tliiH1 ,tyrnrZIgo. '1'he-e'-ere.vrul, that liarinoni/c: Midi the complcxlon I there was u princess"' t h. keep( from. x

to us from (C'\'C'I' 'w".rc. many of themliiforriH'tly and eyes. Another lugrurtnutIpolut I I gclllltgrold 10" ". This. al-o /:Ivos hem' Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed

Ask for the BEST marked' ) or not, iniirki-l at Is\ 'that in women urovv older. It |swise i red hocks and 1 happy dlspo-itlons. In

: 4 nil an to stirs.'c: hail lo iiHimtirpevery to < halite the style of cuit, lung awell the KprliiK the 'pink eoiuinls-ioiier. lets. .. -'-' .- 1.1-

at' ti ; We make it. Every Grocer tells ito. pair. lalH'l l them anil put t thiinIn , as the color, so as to as lunch Hpossible I till' hlldlen h.l(0111': lienches for a -
,. tilllutcctbathnruluutouagnu. "house.. nnd 1 I their.. /teacher tells them "-- -- -- - - -. -- ,

r K. BAKERY packets six(. "of....1."ten.' ....11111111 That<111...tiKk\\ "1'1.aloneineiint I eral ,'fTc','" 'I j lovely stories' aliout the I park (lowelMand / ..H................................ ... > . . -. . . . . . . .........- ............- ..."- "-"- ......... "'.:I..j .
"'11" ". I Ilirt! ! they 1 braid 1 mats y ,
Many( of the unpleasant' and even Clays
Iy other duties I are really too nil I
and) !learn to count i by dolnx einniples : ; .th""Fid
E. A. NIEMEYER meroiis 10 rpineiulx-r offlininl Ix-t Ins dangerous occurrences in life would b..1 j ;
done It on the axphall. walks with .pretty cal Fair
-(?. AtSaItord1SnItrd" Is a town awaylth .peoplevero' mornetirrfld I |
t Mitchell Street of 40.OOO Illllilbltiinta' '" In urn furdshh'e. l in conversation to observe "I| oriil' ..rll 'OIl".l in the. fall their "" 111..1'I I, il..s

where we have a eouiltry plane-1 am nile to have every topic one that h' tells 11111nil iitiotit seed Imliies and $ ANDGasparilla
ur-I autumn leaves. OtMdoors! from i) till I.! I
on the executive committee of tjie conducive to a feeling of general
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ban council for11 I' relief-Ihut I Is.j moiiy for all. hRI'1 every day but Sundays is mucher I I I.A.
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for the relief of civilians. 1 am prexl 1 A certain amount l W li.iriiiony than going to Hihool Indoors.. 1 .'I 1 .. CarnivalFEBRUARY

M. TILLER. !'; I'nnlIlles'a I be expressed' by the attitude. of the you think so too?

I NU"I'h'I11'lIt'1| | body which with some people Is merely L' :1VE: :.?..A.. .
M'hen . the About M .
Real Estate Agency. niH-oHBury war I the outward expression of the working! ogneta

: given to wlvcn and fllllllll's.Ye' hove of a soul: and mind In harmony und The natural magnet or loadstone 14au
\N\\\N\NN\N\p{. voluntary helpers, who ul.e. dlHereiitdistricts. accord with nil their fellow\ beings. ore vf Iron every molecule of whichIs 4th TO 14th

4 f Realty bought and sold. .' vlilt| write lettors.' Old! out Harmony the speaking voice 14: a composed; t tllI''e. II toms ', of ,,11'00

House rented. If the families are !getting Ilielr alo\vt! dcfclrubluf. 1)lIlJllt) ,'..(.EV'IJ.) well r reeitlnti nun fpurutouiit.of; vbxy, i gen.iKaiA'i.faitrucllu816u7Tlljndc'ceiT ;; )jtf{ )}' 4

Taxes paid and Titles .verified once and] give;', 1If va1elFt( nddltlonulhelpVwlieroJ I j 10I !iree ruru; Tha oj f.!t'w: .!jieilple; ," 't'ills. JoudHtolJo, had tho1lUwer:. orlIt {A\TLANTI.'. t; :
: I ltls I' ue-delOfienlnevu! ?'f Imvet\: (lu'irmonyj th .8J1I'lIkln tone | | ,>f|iruuTuiul lit .
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t for non-residents.-::; ,:;A ::I1' -'Vc.'tf' !% : "'\' -
; I_ loan \vuiils to uttciTdfouiu fllll'II01of bwause almost nnylhlug'ihat 1 Js not balanced and' suspended will point/ i Standard Railroad of the South ; I

f Fire. Life and Accident In hear liuslMimVH! regiment! and I liu-lis prop In imrmiil" eondltlon shnws-l4i: ,. tliev",...r-. nearly\ north, nnd mittiArtillqlnl Will sell low rate tickets February 3rd to 12th inclusive and X'j'
i surance. er ilotlioK or. ann ln>.|iiiici'' a wife I ,. _
'piially, a 'dl-nnh-red. sfile-of, I tin! ; : ii.I.tre( pieces' of iron February 14th Final Limit ;
Indemnity Bond ; hadori, (] 'tint her. hu-l.iiid uix ( or turf, vvhuli. li.ive. lieen under, I he February.21st.Children .
IKIVI l-'evv v. ""11"n, re ili/e-ll'iv.I urn i \\oinnli-il iiii.l'tn! Im, ,iiital at 11.> iiiniil, h'Y' :z: Half Fare. .
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'iI' .ll.<-ji-i| to lie -ell i olitrolled) I., 1"1'| action" of either tau' fojlil-ti'iie( t or olhr z f'
."Qo':OM'W She had, no means of' her nun to. Mto > .. , :: .
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Tlic 'Anli-i'. flee" 'li-om uuevelilii ::11,0). ) in.iMiiet-:'/: .I' nl nil: I h-i uh iwenl. or Tickets Include Fair Admission Coupons.
M'r hi III. :"111| Illi'-e lii'nl, lu lie 1'1'1' .
have beennbjcetod to .percussionvlnlc
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ii ipi.iM-r or a -ohMnone.. vhi I h "
I T Milely ,upilird| her"Take 'It'II' 1111\ '. .\ controilel, ,,) I, \' < II I'l' i ei I I.Tin |lu-,Ilnnas. | i For other information a.'k i -
IIII" : lIt. \\1'' ( ticket
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:--> :-:- : : :--: :--: )o--oo<: : :" :---oo) tlie 'I't the iK-iilnnlny 1''I'lIrall.,1, file, those whU'll agent.
nioilul.itodoiio" .. 1amoiiK" /Ih'i.I. : in.tenets::
of the "r, I II.Aiiloinoliile.. ilnli \\ 'iiIniniedlnlely -. ; I 'sl I::: J. G. KIRKLAND
: III lite.ie. I retain !their ntiiKiielle" 1 .propertU'S. per

\ : I offered: :2.tMIIt( I motori' for. \t\ women' -ulu-I t /their. fl lendit 11"11'11.'n. ;... .ale m.nle, of hard" k: DIVISION PASSENGER AGENT .
c. serli iSince then
W. \Mir 'nnnihie
GRIFFINlStaple ininj
.' slush' in liar-, III' bent In the I furju ut'a I
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:t: po-- Mile, "'.1. fpiin' thus w lie anin TAMPA
; Itet-n 'ijnielly' /:h en.( aiul t Iho.r| |I.ritat .
t 1 u," "1.11 h' n'ulnsty'' ,16..,. 1 ";1'I". 11 h t'.1' horse-hoc. j fr X

and FancyGROCERIES ; I not I keep III00hiol""I.ho. I hunt' for" ( heir have on n imv pli-ii-nre., loll( ilo la--ti"- and ,pulnl-i, of view err: "u'trruIJr' ,' ,, Temporary' nel.s" are, 1 Ihose'hieh. "4<.4_.._...<..X.....4.<:.44>4 4>4...M'4: :O-.M-------O-H.-: : . : ..oo->4<>

"Thi-n 1'001."ho luione h-inK I In 1111'.1:0:0'. \ : shod, frlcmKlili) ".' I II'oiimleil retain their iiiaxncllc properties' only
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( does, , OS lot J.n as they lire" under I the Inllnem'' ,
i It dinsor foitr, iilternoons/ n ttt'rk forcuutulc.crul on that: hirnionj: onl\
of other or, an electric cur
IIIIIKIIC.IS
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haiXiSome I
'" ,solilurs.Ve' m.iy, lie .
I real The.v me burs ul'oft hue, either I
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101,111110'1',) /nulnle thai the. ll.'e nf inn : few xvoincn are "lyitnnilcenough
t I tors 1 must uo cut ,down uii necouiil" t.ifpetrol. ti" have. perfei hannony hr',j straight: or t bent like a horseshoe.The r .1,

: J Free Delivery to all Parts ) tvv4--n infm! ,and 1 I>"d.\'. Mo-t, '\111"11,1'.< I| poles' of n 'magnet are t the two I

1.1 "Another luxury that niiy; seem I ,,1,1':1',1': to be ,,illeut'ith kei-pin":: the, points of KroMlesI nttrai' lion and 1 repul I 200 L85. l lI.rrJ
of the
City f .slrrulgcIhr, 11"1111'1'0: ale ,ilreiiniido'f two In biirnion.v as much as they I.JHI. I{ sion. They are nenr the two'ends." J
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...-.. ..:..:-..,. gulag to a I tin-liter at lirsl.'i' ---- Boheadi ,.
I ) : : : :--:-: : ; hadn't the heart tit 1,1.. ngft.Iteheud
nnj I thliif.; I.nt'rI To Keep Wall Paper Clean.
what falls In winter nnd 1
I .. actors route out nnil saiil, I Ihryi 1 '1'I. 1111 1 taper, I 11:0111: hr.vrmipgbin.keui : I ,\

were tarhlg. Then the ihij.lren). returned / ',d from' lint" air" Inrmue I Icy leave'the pnnt time. j
)Itc'liead: n o.s' toy and !leave "" "1',1 z 'WI Lsorr roortEa S
a
frojn seliool for t their" liolulaj-, Ilil- I'uii' hase ov nianv' wile' dihilrainers ,y tf"

andx i- feltCe urinal I \1'1: "nir-eli4lo avon. hate Lcgl" i-lers, coviriili tiling.Itebead; t .;'+,, ,
l II' I which la rowed und) ill ) ?
JaLX.eNVllte '
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I Joe E. JohnstonCITY make I things n little lieerful for tSr '
; \\ thin nuhliu.ht'rl) inii.-lin. n lewpins It.'S. JlI'dti r" t A hi I
them.Ve took. them the leave a cere.11Ifeheail
to IhrUrnJniduulIV ; '
liein ieitnred to fnsteii, /
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< ; < Me "'II'"t' /: l t" gulag' tho-entlre 1111I111'11\-e n tear.
mn-li'i' coverturn over I he Ic'I: (
liL-nln :Now t i ire lire the coii\iih".i cut 1/W'1 Behead a testament and leave not I
ENGINEER It Is. neceafy, .In vva-h overs" '''' .
tvrll.llr' I
soldierho need eiilertaiiiiuenl at iiithole
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1 sionally. )Inn your pipr: and ," "' : I
hind, part of u window and leaveu
relatives. itnd,, Hie solillers' on n
ill not I he, bl.ickeiied Wire tlNh dr.iIn" I IIlclicad
It'HI'r t there \imM I IMrelief.. Scotch maiden Use ideal! Fertilizers
Surifeying and "There li no lunger any salt thin;; ermay I be .pnrcha-ed. ut any huuse.fureL.hiug a piece' of furniture. and j

as dill I...... jiirl: ii-><." 1.:1.1'I: 'I INsex: added ; "'II" . leave an exclamation of .pain.. |

DraftingOIIRSOflFflRII1ER "\"" 'is .|iiile put tI"1I"I of Potted Chce :
I I'.lxlil:':; nr Irll people' meet perhaps uerrsvityltrdu !! ,
I'roni n pound' of ri.h licc-tc t nliv .
ad hint and leave a part' of.the
several linii-s a v'eek and Imp"' n .
;it \':I.'' nll'lie i ind and vv lilt a ,Imh'sui, -li : I
pelt to Iii,- loael her. I lull there, Is no human body. For a quarter Ideal Fertilizers
tlinnylil. : o"f d|jc-> nnd IntK-' of Hie din II I'1'1.' T. ;into, II our iimn|' : I' of a Answers. -S:; now. .ball. I boat. \y-hole.1 I century "

e\iei|"| ,lo krill' | II "MlllpU II lid,I ..II] f (c.i-piionrii. of i eniie.' .one ipi-n ter <,if vv-ill, c-l.iss, c-om II. s inol. h nruj. have produced' best <;fops with the biggest ;j
'n 'tea-.poonf'd, of imidc: mn -hird, and') .
1"1'1.- .1 lhiner' u--ed t to I 1"1 4n vxlth, >
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C from' two In ,ihn-e" l.ihle-piionl'nls' of. ,, Mock Braque Soup. profit.r Today: as heretofore we lane you j
nnil li-.li there
"p.| : : \\ it4 an entreelint willn, tabirpoonful .*
ol -
ln'-t biMiidy. :urn ordifi I ': to ,Hie ,drj ue.v'of Cook n can nnmitot-s':
" : the best combinations of
nou : :Nuu II Is INh (here plant food ossible.
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I NIIIII| or" ; : of snu'iir< and nn oi'/on' cut la ]
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the. .11.,1' :S'llllelelil, l Is needed. tomake
I is a meal rour-e' nnd a s\veet' ; that b Mllrpa, half an hour Add'half( u ten- J::
It Jn-l' lieu' .t cnou-jli" to I'ac',1\.
nil of. Hiihi mid, thron li a Right SourcesPerfect w
"- VYor! down I Into, small' jam. soul andkeep spoonful pn-s .;c
I olevu :hake( a white Haiice. of half a
in II cool pi.ice.The Blends aRight
i ii China'. National Tree. 4'r cupful of butter half: a cupful' of flour

.: Insurance that Insures; The ii.illiv.iiiil, arc. of Chln.-i In. the CIves" Rugs. and a quart of milk. When bulling.. ProportionsWrite .

''I funs; tree, :and ft 1>valaahle, for both I f'UIhern, .It."11.1:1, ,,' : Ills I Kinisi-a. stir lu the hot tomato, season to taste
Its \\(1),1111111, lit oil. Its bl'nll'hu',1,1. Tini.ivi .. and serve.at.once" Made In Ibis man
tic | 'S of gull and .own,
i t tI Protection t that Protects \\ ., Rpreiiillnir. and lls. hark. 1 Is> 1I1II0.h! of dusty KI, ecu ami. cilniann.. tier If t the fresh tomatoes are not overrlj "- for new catalogue! and price list., We can ;

I furl Ki'tKMi. Its fruit which looks. not I saw them, llullurlns down. or the oannod poods too old. the "Beat the :Market" on prices.

4 unlike n Khellhark, hickory nu'.tls' II'< The Lrllea, from the tree. topsTlilvw soda may be omitted without dancer

I large an n winnll orange: In the center flovvi\,.thelr Knrmentil lirlffhtOny if curdling. I "

..., I of each of these nuts are three tub I rugs fur lire the elves of the HTnaoea Boy Scout Movement. Wilson &Toomer Fertilizer. '
They dunclliK light.
reMucted :
onpnlar poplin I and vnlnablo all lot The boy scout inovemont 1 Is not antl-, )
Manufacturers Fertilizers
1 of Ideal
,DAKIN AVENUE I polishing woodwork' arid leather I IJiI exIrncted The, plvi'a have Riven- their ruplell military. The boy scout movement

from them. The refuse H used To prated Mother Earth from the ane.... neither promotes nor discourages military Jacksonville '1'
Florida
KlSSIMMEEFLORIDA Warming the needs In her boffom ,
t r ,I us a fertilizer. TIle wood of tbe tree So when print tames we'll see them training. Its one concern being the ,- .

\'.' ,. ':';: Itself la made! Into flue boxes and musical grow development of character and personal .
Instruments, -Pbll dlphU n.oor4.I efficiency of growing boys. I
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Mi MI mini 11 in mi n '!'Man's. Party In the city ef Klsslmmee, .....t. Slssmans. and A.. Slmmona.j shal arid Tax Collector. I )have 'served FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day .a,

.; ; who are by the laws of the city ofKlslmmoe and nil _..... elnlmlnir .. InterestIn the of Kissimmee in this ToW drnrrlBl will re Inn* money If >AZOOINTMKNT
; lawful electors, who have the nraperty described ,tha lllllf I people Jslls to cure say case of Itchlasj.Blind. .

LegalAdvertisements on or be fora'February II 116, paid Cassplaint.Reanaarienta.. office during the past year to the best At the ,IOlicitatiol' of jay friend I .Blccdlnc or Protradla Pile la etoM days.TM .
"IPI taxes for the year 1S14 and first.pplicstiOa giv.s Has and SaM. Ma.
116 who have reirlatcrrd up I to and TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: of my ab?lity. If 'again elected I hereby announce myself a candidatefor .
'I Including; March Srd, 1116. and who .It appearing from the affidavit of W. ,
pledge themselves to abide by the result B. Crawford of Solicitor. for Complainants promise to enforce the laws of County Commissioner from Dis -

of said primary election and vote filed In this cause. that theresidences the state and the ordinances of the trictNo. 5. If elected= I pledge
"bf Edith May my.
for the nominee thereof at the ensuing Ida May Delta,
:..,III1III 111111 I r II I I ium . Delta Susan A. 81mmo dutiesof
: city election. Uelts. Oeorirle city without. partiality and as I see elf to faithfully discharge the
i' NOTICE) TO CREDITORS I laallfleatlana .f Candidate.. 'ns, .'William Bernard Hlmmons Solomon -
; Thoe, ,and only those; persons, hall Elijah Simmons. Mary Virginia my duty. 'I .will appreciate. your sup the office. ,,3..lIr WALKER. MRS. SUMMERS[ i
I I b.. permitted to become Candidate. for Vlmmon Pauline Elisabeth Simmons
"in the '.Court af the. Caaaly ....... office** to. be voted for l hi said primary I and Ada Simmons!>>' respondent herein port- and vote. 'I' ,
f State of. Florida. Osctnla C' aal7. elections who pledge themselves In named are unknown; that they ore GEORGE OVERSTREET. 1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ,I
writing to abide by the result of said over the age of twenty-one years! arid S. ,
I. ... Batnte. .1 L'.... Mo_'.". primary elections) and support the that there la no one within: the State .. ,
To all ............. w...._.. Distributee>> nominees thereof; who are qualified of Florida the service of Subpoenaupon ',; i is still'located'inKissimmec
.... .11 l.......,. .....1...; Clalau or Do under the'' lawa of the state' of Florida whom\ .would ,bind said. Kespond- FOR COUNCILMAN -
__.... nttalaat aald 10...... and City of Klsslmmee ,to hold or.lice. I ,,,,t.: COUNCILMAN'I is.
You. and-each of hereby Ordered that said ,
you are notified It is. therefore, wisfi ,
and. required to present any 1,1st of Offices t. be Killed. Respondents bo sad they hereby are to; announce my candidacyfor ,.' ,
claim and demanda which you, or Each elector In the city: of Klsslm- required to appear to the Hill of Com I'hereby announce myself a candidate membership on the city council stillscJlihgSclcctHomes
either of ,you have against"" the estate mac qualified to vote In said primary said cause on or before .
,'of L\ixif' Moseley. deceased late of'IIOfoIa shall have the rlg'ht to vote. In said f ::.'d"lIig..l: day of April, 1916 I for City Councilman of 'Kissimmee for the two- ear term. I ask the sup.
County Florida to he underlined primary for: otherwise the legation I of sat4| Diiiwill for the two year term subject Choice
Executor of said e.tah'l within One candidate for Mayor. bo taken aa confessed by said. Hu port and vote? of my friends. If .
t>o years from the date hereof One candidate for Clerk. spondents. to the White Man's Primary. If elect elected to this position I promise to Farins'Vacant
f Da ted December 20th. order
1918.EUULKSTON One candidate for Treasurer. It Is further ordered that this '
I WIL IJRN. One candidate. for Mftmhal and Tax bo published once n week for .-)uhtconsecutive ed I promise to faithfully perform give the city: of Klaslmmeo my best
'-8t. Executqrt Collector. weeks In the KlsslmmeoValley Lots and Acre
the duties of the office to the best Of
efforts and look after tho affairs of ,
Ono .candldato for Member of City Harelip, a, weekly newspaper
Council for ono year. published In mild County. and of general myability. Yours for prosperity and the tax 'to the best of abil
lULL. TO IlKMOVn CLOUD FROM Two candidates for Member of City circulation, In. ail County.WITNKSH . payers my age.
TITL.H I Council. for two year.. each. the HotionUN.la me.* W. progress T. L. CURRY. ity. I10WELL BASS .
Five Members: of thu Executive Perlilns Jmliru of the Circuit ("oiirt ._ -

I. the Clrenlt ("our' of the Mevenlh. Committee for one year of tho Seventh Judicial! circuit of the ... ::: .
oridit' ond hand Clf-rk FOR MARSHAL AND :' :-<-o--< : c. 608 Penfietd St. South JCissimmee
Judicial ('Irralt of the Mlate ofFlorida. Time for Ins;. Stat of Fl m) us ,
In and for OscVolnfount I Each person desfrlno; to Tiave his thereof and lie official weal of ....1.1 TAX COLLECTOR:

ri In .......,.,r7. name ballot printed as a candidate on the primary for any city.election of* (Flit.Court this 21st day of January. A. H. a !1-! :. CLKAMt' HINTS < 1 blk.west of ''he'end ofttie trick.street

D..I..IF. Csrlloa lice i shall file with the chairman of (Seal) .1. t.. O-VRHSTHKKT.. !' :

va.Sarah. this committee on or before February Clerk Circuit, Court. .. ;. .. ............ i. ,
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; : )-: .-< : -.-:-: :-: : : : : : : :-: >----c.-:
lleeae and l.onla II...".. her hna.baad. 22 1116 his notice of candidacy andanolicatioti Crawford & .lnrr..II.Solicitor. I Jwrehy announce my cand'dary; for
to have hi. name so nrintd : for Complainants.OIIDIOIt 6-8t .
and K. (I. IHoricsH ..41 MIaI.C. .
'. M..r.-... his .wife. <*d'upon- bTank-to be furnlMhcd by; the -- - Marshal} and Tax Collector 01' Kisisim- OIL ON CLOTHINGOil '

It appearing by affidavit' filed In the Chairman of by thla.the committee amount of and hi* AC.companl..d an. OK 1"1111..1.1.1 mee subject to the White Primary.If Btaintl on clothing .should: be
above stated cause that Sarah Hoese --
and Louis Ileese. her husband, and K. fleaament, a. Bpeclfied below and no In Circuit (Court; Sett-nth Judicial Circuit thofcsn: to fill Ihia office by the covered with soap and washed with j I S.U..BUftOCKRI3ALI3STATE
O. Morgan. and Minnie C. Morgan hla name of any such candidate shall be State ..f Florlils' In tin.I forOaeeoln
wife the defendants named therein are printed upon or counted or returned (Counl Ln: (thnneer. votes of the electors of this city I cold water before the garment is sent
each of them non-resldenta of the If printed upon any such ballot. unless :__ t.o.the
pledge myself to fulfil the duties of laundry They may be removed -
this provision shall have been .... ,.
State of Florida, and that the reel- If. F Hnow sad 1'. NI. IIr,nil. -| .r.-
denes of each of the said defendant Is complied with. ...... dolnu; liuslneMM nM "' now &: the office to the bent of my ability : with turpentine. _
unknown. and that there I. Korm of nalla .
llryaa.ColaplalnnnlM.
In the State of Florida. service no of person subSoena The voting In said primary: elections I and in conformity with the laws of -- ..%.*....*%***..%......
upon whom would bind the said shall be by nrt and second choice bal. Ta.Ida . the and the ordinances of the IWON/.K I:; :
or any one of them and lot. In compliance with the provisions May I>el<>. Edith tlnv hell.. (..eorirle stale INSURANCE
that each .of said defendants Is over of the State primary law.. and the Delta. 8..ill.m.tti ieIeiinnd. HitMnnA. city. As an indication of ray ability To clean bronrc ornaments, first -

the It. sire I. therefore of twenty-one ordered year that ;said nonresident names to of be.,. the"voted candidate for shall for be arranged each office . Mlramonnllllnm. Wol<.....itl Illljalt llerniird Hlniniitnw.MarrVlrirlnln Klinmona. -. to fulfill the duties of the office I brush out the dust, then apply a very I Examination of Titles

defendants be and they are on the ballot' In alphabetical order. "Nlmin.iii ln..lliie I1isabeth : ask the voters to investigate my record little! sweet oil over the article.! Polish l a.',
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hereby required to appear to the bill ( vaas of Return HlmmitnM nnil! A ll Itiitnonn I
.complaint( filed In said cause on or This committee shallmeet at' eight and all i>erM..ni4 .'.'iHlmlnu nn InlereHl ax night policeman during the I first with a soft duster finally I, Specialty. ::
before Monday the 6th day flf March o'clock P M, on the 4th day of March In the proiert ilesrrllieil. In the lllll with a wash lather. 1 I .
Chamber ofthe
A. D 191 II, otherwise the alterations 1916. In the City Council of ('onpiaint.Iteapoadeuts. past

of saId said bill defendantsIt will be taken. as confessed canvass city the of KlHSlmmee returns, ,In and accordancewith publicly I year.KDWARD A. COLKMAN.I I 1 I' Corresoondence Solicited. :

by Is further ordered: that. this order the Primary election law of Klor- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCKHNand - - - WHEN YOU srONKE\ ; CLOTHES ,

na published once n week for eight Ida., and declare what candidates havebeen fl'u" i ..ITld'I\'lt or I
It app..rlnlt 'h\
office voted The troublesome which
consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee nominated tor.each ivit.. C'rawf..rl, Hnll..I'1 I i ,nr tot'not- I rings appear -
Valley riasMte. a newspaper published of for this and committee the chairman, within and two secretary days plalnanl" tiled I.. Ihla ittisl'. thai' Ii'I) ", STATE COMPTROLLER on clothes after they have been I Robert Riedel Co.
In said County and Hate.flone itileE, tiled 1 It, tbt'
and ordered In Klsslmmee, thereafter shall certify the names majorityvote of are involved persons in 1is" still. oth, i' 1t'iJ\; :: ;' .. ... Kpoiigpil, with KHM"lille| or naphtha can NOVELTY WORKS
candidates receiving a
Florida. this the 6th day of January those known R..pou..t" a itti that th. ,.- ----- -- ..- .
for any office to the city authorities . be avoided by adding a couple of i
A. n. 1911I. of Klsslmmeo as the nominees of nantes of su'h I'' I ""II" .Mo ht") , '" House Bills a Specialty. All Interior Finis. ,
.J. L. OVKRSTnEKT. be voted are unknown ,it, 11\0'' '""'l'lalnllll' nt.. tablespoonfuls of salt to the cleansingfluid.
offices
for the to
(Ct. Ct Seal Clerk Circuit Court. this party election to be that relief I. ''''/I .O'.I III Ih,' ..,all 1111! :. Window and Door From, Window
for at the general city '
Wm. If Jackson I tf Com"lolnlO"alll'" ",",'h ",,d.\\' ," .. and Door Screen
held March 25. 181S. .. ,. "
Shackleford & Sharkleford. R..pond..nt.. It 1M. Ih..r..r' .1 '" '" It' "
Solicitors for Complainant. S-8t urt MNeMimeBtft.For that' all t i.tltidtg' ,' ti" Iiand ' ------ 'I'hones: Shop 216; ResIdence 237
-- the of the_ prlmarv' ,,f defrnvlnir election." the IncludInar expenses -- to the"rrl.:: i),,. ,I. ,, 11"\1" :\ iioierty :, _; I II' 10 CENT "CASCAlmTS"I Darlington Ave., Near Freight Depot
.ItUllt" itt 1111' ,'OUII'' \ ..r its" ,1: "
KVBXTII jumriAi. ("IRCt'IT OF : the payment of Inspectors and state of Kloi, .I l.i t"1\ Lots 1 :' : .", "" .;j | BILIOUS OR CQSTIVE
ballot etc. the following ,
KLOItll>A, ("IIICUIT COIHIT OKOSCKOI.'t clerks, printing of *
levied againtprnspeciive 2. 3. 4 of TMni'k 4 nf H \ lI..hlll..n'Addition .
unl'TY, IN assessments candidates are for the various to i thi to\. ,tr 1 KU ilinini I DR. j. A. TROVILLON: .
( IIAN'MIIYv. !
Florida ,liti liculn I 411> yittlt
offices to be filledMayor City For Sick Headache Sour Stomach !
Three DoJ1aMl.rl..k. West of the Noitliiiint: ( oimi. of theSW4 ,, Specialist! in
\ W. Cmr.om, Cotmflmtmmmt Three Dollllrtl.Tr'a..ur..r. of the R\\: '. of 5,.. tioti Ui, Township S'uggish Liver and Bowels-they CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS
". 80 S. *Ran*, e .l.'t: 1 i': iti>d tun I thelirVest .
Dollars
t% .... Par cad MlBBle H. Fay nrtrmtmml Marshal ,and Three Tax Collector Three \ SOO yardw. Ih.wl'nllt:: >i .11 > iu..la work While You Sleep. Cure them without cutting
.. Dollars thence Knst Slid \ardM themNorlb I 711 .hem out.
N Oil CE yard to point of beK-jnnliifr do apll.nr|> .
Members Cltv Council One Dollar. \ : ORLANDO FLORIDA.
On Monday the 6th dAY of March.A. ........ to the Bill of Complaint; :: hrein I tIled S-6mo -
the defi-ndantd, C. F. Fay 1..1' of Mu11110.. Furred Tongue Bad Taste Indigestion
I) 1916 The following Inspectors and clerk on or before tb" 1st day '!
and Minnie It. Fa). arc required to nn- are hereby designated to conduct the else the said Kill' will be tnk,n as confessed Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches -
bill of file that this ,
pear to the complaint on said prlmnrpl..ctl"n ; : It Is fiirthir orderrd
herein awilnst them. INSPECTORS: J. M. (ardner. a. C. Order be published onn n week for I come from a torpid liver and "
This order to he published once a A. twelve consecutl\e I WfeUs In the KIs ,
Livingston H. N. Flrntton. Clerk/ C. F. THRASHER
week for 30 days In the KlsiilmmeeVallev K. Thomas. slmmee Valley 3axitte. a niusptperpuhllshed clogged bowels which cause your .
Gaiotte. newspaper In Osreol'i ('ountv anil of I
a weekly R H. BULL.OCK. -- stomach become filled with undigested SHEE7 METAL WORKER -
to
publiahed In Klsslmrnee Osceola. coun- HOWARD M KATZ. ChairmanSecretary general circulation In said County
(r. Florida 6-Bt WITNESS' the Honorable ..llIn..1IV food which and fermentslike
Otven under my hand and seal on this Perkins Judge of the Circuit Court of sours Metal Roof. Put on and

the list day of January A. II 1916. the Seventh .luII idol ('I!rciiit of the garbage in a swill barrel. That's Guaranteed \
4- J. L. OVKjlSTRKRT.Circuit HIM. TO QUIET TITLEI. State of Florida anti mv hIt nd as Clerk
( Court Clerk Circuit Court the (firm Court; Seventh Judicial thereof and the nfllrlal seal of said I the first step to untold misery-indigestion PHONE 149-K KISSIMMEE.' FLA.
Seal) 6-Bt Court this 21 .t <1iy of Tnn"nrv 1916.
Circuit of Florida, .. and for Oscioia -
County. la C'aanrery.K. (Seal) J. 1. CVXIhS'VlEET.Clerk I foul gases bad breath yellow -

CITATION OK AI)5tlJISTRATI0. Circuit, Court skin, mental fears everything that is
: F;. Skipper I>. I,. Skipper C. A. Skipper Crawford A Jarrell.
!. ('0.'" of the. Caiintr JndKe. Stateof J. L Roberta and tI. E. Roberts, Solicitors for Complainants R-12t horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret DR. W. Wt CARSON
Oiivrola County.Eet.te ..
Florida vs.Florida. "
I Coairaerelal ("0......". a Cor- ,I tonight will give your constipated DENTIST '
of Fred 1).1.II" paratlo| .k..a'.III. '1'.1'. .A Key AUlIIINI"TIt.4"'on'O'I'I'I, TO bowels and .,
TIIK Jl Uc.Io: t IF SAIl> rol HTWhereaa ,I| West Hallway .......1'..,.. a earporatloai KKI.li IIH-.A1. RS'IATE a thorough cleansing Office
'rt f"r DrouKht' has applied 1 he I'eansylvaala ('''''1'..'' furInnnranres E. P. THAGARD straighten you out by morning. They over Pilley Building
to this l,4'tt.>rH of Administration oa lives and OriintigAn.uiI.a. IN C(II It,,' OF COK TV Jl'D4il8TATK <:. Office Hour: t-11. l-I
on the .<.Htat of ":r'd Peal deceased. a poraoratlaal .hubert JKdnards OK FI.OIIID4, UXfKOI. of.Marion County work while you sleep-a 10-cent box Office 'Phone IIS Residence 'Phone II
Into of t until County of Oiwola.; aad Francis I.. .....1.. .. ('t.)II!*(TIn das dml Extraction of -
Th.."" are therefore to cite and ad- Note aurvlflnsr Kxeeutnrs of lee Last Candida for from your druggist will keep you feel -l.t.'T.n.t

monlnh nil and Blnituhir! the kindred Will aad Testament of Jacob Kdwards. re Estate' of Sbndrlck 1... Chaadler.Deceased. for months. '
and creditors of said duceaned to lie and d........... Itobert ... Kdwardsllaaaah STATE COMPTROLLERin ing good
appear before this ,ourt on or before Krtwards and iraee M. 10.1v Notice la 'her..byt'lv(>n to all whom It -..
the 30th day of !March. A. I.. 1916. and .arils. children and sole heirs at- may .concern that I. W.Y.. Chandler !*. next,
file objertloni, If any they have,, to the law of said Jacob .Kdnarda, dereaaed. as Administrator of the Estate of Primaries Curst Old Sorest Othsr Remedies Won't Cute.: I CEO. F. PARKER
granting of Kellers Administration Khaclrlck M.. Chandler Ioam..wr.tt Th.worst cases,no mstternf how long... .lIdln."re .
oivsald estate, otherwise the ; '
on tho lth day of March;, A. He 1916. u, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
,. to aid A. K, Urounht!, or return of the Will Be Appreciated cured by the woadvrlul old reliable DtPorter's .
> granted It npix-arlnpr"" from the apply to the Honorable; 1'.11I.IIurphYI\ Your',' Support 1 "jS&WjflBKS if*,. '
\ ; flu {/ i4'
ume other fit person I arI"rit"J: ; < sheriff upon the subpoenas Issued In C"ul1ly'Jl1t1lC(1 niintl1fortsaidCtoutity t i }, "' _..:&n''I'' ''' .' ,. .' I:! ,; {.. (vt" c. AntloepUc. HcMIng oil tt relieve.Pitla t_Collections t to w .
: ( and 'and
/ \Vltnens my iianiH d.. the obov.-.t'led cause for the defend- at his'' olTlff' In JvlsHimmee. "aufd: ,I : heals st the a jic time. 25<:.:SOc '1.IXoI Conveyances

of the 'County aforesaid this the. 2S th. ants. the Florida. Commercial County at 10 o'clock A. At. or as soon '. -
day of January. A. I). 1\1111 Companv a corporation under the laws there a ft..r as the matter cnn be heard -c.a .Specialties
(101"1\1) T. M MURPHY of the Ktnte or Florida : the Jacksonville. for authoritt ti> H.,11. nt public ot private 111 Broadway
7-4t County JudireMAH'IKIfH . Tampa & K.vleRt: HnllwavCompan sale the follouinu, di H< i'lb<'il rialestate
'- >", a corporation created and In siild 'dnntN to-wlt I '"
HAI.KUndor fXlstlnir. under the: lawB of the Stateof North-.P.t. Quart, r of the Simtliwist I ,; ,
i Florida that service of process oan- (),fuarter of Sietlon 2'. TowiiHhli
not be had against either of the said IS S nnn tr" 33 1 K. it''I. .IIJ.K 'In tin I
and bvlrtue of a final decree I The of the worldare T. M. RIVERS. M.D.
fr'eIouro of lien lM ued corporation defendants by reason of South-east corner containing 37 iic'rM I ;
ror a ..,. I
I ton .
out of and under the seal of, the lion the failure of the .It corporations filteror I. eyes .
of the Circuit t appoint' agents and Which application will be based upon I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Jan W I'erklns. Ju'ige!: :-ricee;: .
If elected
Seventh Judlrlnl CircuitIn such anti agents. thi 'ixtitHtt! lot such MIf''" IKA tin Office Osceola
of
the
Court over Pharmacy
or appointed and have been for a file In said (Court
of Osceola inchancery.
and for the chambers County at DeKand period of six Mtii months next before Dated Fehy' 4th. A. D 1">III I Phone Residence (t

.bearing at lnte the 7th dnv. of the Issuing of said writ absent from -Pt.V.. CMANIH.KIl.86t . the 111.anwho Office. 148 ,
Florida. <
the State and that .uch officers andnMrents AiiinItistrator, ; 1 on.
July. A. r>. 1916. In a certain. null tin'rein .
pending wherein fl H Mav and (1 are unknown '
buBlneHH his It !1M thereupon nr.I'r",1 that the said .
C. Cooper pnrtnirs doliifr Q F. Kit III US W. ;J. STEED '
them do
r'' eacti'of appearto '
the May Lumber Pnmpany.' are Complainants I.n':1\ ::
Harris, Chairmanof complainants' bill of
and J. W
llane. Hall Committee of the KIsl.nmee complaint h..r'ln flled on or beforethe KRIBBS & STEED 1
the Announcemelltsl
Hoard of Trade; the KlfSfSI- 3rd dav of April. A I> Idlfi and 1 Political
MEa; UOAH1) UK" THADI and J. D. that this order h. published once each I ATTORN Kya:: AT ii\\v
of (2)
AVoodbeck 1'retildent of the Klunlmmee ; week for the space two months I
Board of Trade are DrfcndnntH.. I prior to said duin: tho Klsslmmee SAVESpAUSE :
business of all kinds
Will offer for Bale on the flrjit Monday Valley nagetteOrdered Legal givea
In March. A. 1>. I'91 6. the same b.'lnirhe and done at DeT-and thisthe !' FOR MAYOR prompt attention.
6th day of said month within the 4th day of Jail>'.. A 1> 1916.
legal hours of sale '" front of the JAS W. 1'.. HKIN'I.!' hei'eby I -- -- Offices 11 and 12 State Bank Bids

Court House door In the city of Kln- 3-9t Judge I announce my candidacyfor KlsBlmmee. Florida.Pat .

simmer, County of Onceoln. State of re-election to the office of Mayorof 'I
Florida. that certain grandstand and
fences located on pnnture owned bvUratton NOTI"I.: FOIt I.l'IILICATIONI Kissimmee subject to the White

& Juice., being on 0 portion the ; O. P. Oarret
Johnston
of the United Stall Snrve Lot 3 of Primary. If again honored by
Townshfp 2fi. Kan ire 2t. >rpar ment of the Interior, Vt <*. Land ff.a moment :
Section 22. ballots of the electors of Kissimmee, young man JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW .
card land lying Just' north of the SI Office at <.alneaillle. Florida, ,
Cloud Sugar H<.It Knllrond nnil Kust .1... 22.: lit Ml. I pledge myself to the continuance of '
of the A C. I> flail rood In the Cltv of I a thought to self. The
office. I will
Klsslmme" Florida the ald irranilBtnnd my past record in the ; '

and fences hrlnur orliclnalH -th. Noll" is hereby I'n that Joseph appreciate the votes and support of Offices 10, 11 and'12 Citizens Bank: .i
property of the Klsslmmee Hoard of RWRln.I Lou g Ii rile n. 1.'lnrlola I wh.t on problems fliat confront now; or building .;
Trade and known an th' KlBBlrnmieMnnn July Iii, lUll. made I I ltfl,5t4'al Ionlr)' those who approve my past service I you
Hall Tark or BO rmuh thireof IIB No 1I 1\22. for \V '.4 of NW'4 and Nof Klsslmmee Fla.J.W.THOMPSON. ,.
:
shall bi neeeisaiy tf> satlKfy .said, decree 1'4. H. .eliot 4, TownKhlp 2R Hn"lh.Ita and endeavor to sh'ow that appreciation will a few hence.Look -.
and costa, nit., 27 "::11..1, Ta I Ia ha sac 1II.'rlllllln.1 I in the fulfillment sf dutiesto years .
Terms of Bale. ca..h. I'lirchnsi to remove hila nit'"l itittite nr Inl.'ntlon it) make my '
same from I the pn-mlKeH Tin i eeeur_ t'roof. to tHtabllsh' i claimto i the best of my ability.H. *
U. K KHIItHS. i the I land al t-" d.'scrlb* nation
7-41 Special MtiBtirNOTH Clerk or t'licutt <'i urt!. Kitsirnyi.... R. MAY. about 'ou-th. men of affair in country date -ye*,

Florida, on the( 9th l.iy of March, 1916. in the world are the men who started to ave early in life. ,
K TO CIIKDITOIIIIn clalmnnt tttLI11t'tt' Cs ultnesHes:
FUNERAL DIRECTOR :
Hobert, K AUOUuii, uf LuUKhman FOR MAYORI
Court of IJ'O: ( m u.jty .Judsre, St.tcof KlolliliiliuniiT. 1 for They have the respect and confidence of the community. I
'I lu ( onnO.In
KlorldaJohn. of Kissimmee subject to the
lie Kstale of (ieorve II. Tatman Houen. of a\enport.. KlorldaSllas Mayor Then look on the other side-at the fellow who spend' all tl T EMBALMER J 4\
---r 1 I Itouen. of I I...v* npoi rt. Klorlda.IIOIIKKT White Man's Primary, March 4tb
'P" all "r..It.o.. I.eirstees. nl . ( unit nil ..... .ns urn, lax lalms orfl.m.ndc 6-fil HeKlHter.NOIKI I will appreciate your vote and sup- may Store and Chapel, Stewart Ars.4Xi..tmmee ,)
,alnst said es.n.el reflect? .
personality
port. FRED M. BASS.
I ': 10 ('HKDIroits: Fla.
hereby
You. and each of vou. are I
required\ to pri" sent nn\' in this bank will be lie ,
notified claims and and demands, whit'h01.. or In Court .t
either of vou mAy have against the . Oweeitla 4ouniy. TAX COLLECTORI I nucleus of an honorable, independent career. W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell I ?

late estate of of flnreola DeorKT': CountFlorid H.Tatnian dici.I r;, to nsed tinundersigned : In He Instate (.. IjiinlNs AVnshlnKton. I Make your beginning now-today. Your CRAWFORD & JARRELLA'rroutNEys..t'I'lAw )
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of BnlileBtate '1' A II t reilllortjrifmtrr*. l>l trll> -
'within A'mllll..lratrix two :years from the datiAflmlnist tent anti nil ,Pcraous hnvlnia ('Islnis take this means of announcingmy :\ ,. bank book will pave the way. .
or l>.emnn lM against snlil KMlatetYou .>
her'nf1)ated 1101 l earh of ar' hereby candidacy for the office of Marshal '
II you .
n 1116
A 7 Citizens
Janllnr2 th. Offices : 4, 5, 6, and
A LIf.T.. MflI1fl1tON.7sit n"Io'd"I re'llIlr..d to present any and Tax Collector of KiHsimmee.
I nnil, demands whlrh or .
l atrlxOAI.I. tlalniH you Bank Building
---- -- ,' of oulsa.. Wnshlnirton.! . Kll XVIIITIO" IMIIM4UY late; of < ttt'-ola CountFlorida, to mer record of service in the same of. :
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Ei.l'UitN within llndernlplH.two\l years Kxeeiltor from of the said date.'.. 'Ih"1 fice and will appreciate the votes and i '

The City Fxecutivernmmlttee of theWhite of those who I 1'
Man's 1'artv In the ('"v of KinImmee -' of.Dated January 8th A. I). 1916. biipport approve my LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW
hereby call and provide. for JKl.MA ThOMAS, I past recordand to them I pledge myself : of KissimmeeCapital
holding" of a White Man's Primary 4-8t Kxecutor.OHI .
election to he held In the fltv of KIsslmmee to a fulfillment of all the re Waring Building

; of the State In compliance pf p-lorlda.with said the primaryto law. >KU OF I'I'IILICATIONIn uu'rements of the office. stock ____ ______________________________J100.000.W* -- .- --

law be hld the during holding the of hours elections fixed by onSaturday rirrnlP Court, Hrvenln. Judicial Clreult. FLOYD TISON. Resources ever _________________________________ 400,000.00
nor Tonic'
of In ..d for Whenever You tyeed a General
"9 March 4th, 1916. for the nomination !Htale Florida.
;, of candidates for city elective Osceoln County.: la Cfcaneery.H. : : Officer and Directors. I Take drove's

offices to be voted for at the ireneral of R. Snow and T. Ed. Bryan ..eo-part-I FOR MARSHAL AND The Old Standard Grove's TaateleM
In said City
Klsslmmee election to on be Saturday.held March Z6th area dalaar bnalneaa .. ,.ow .* TAX COLLECTORTo C. A. CARSON. Pre.t J. M. LEE. Vice PretL chill Tonic is equally valuable as a

1>1<. Bryan. General Tonic because it contain the
dMlKlratlou ., Blrelora. Cossvlalaaats. M. KATZ. 2nd Vice PretL
and Only tho. ''persons shall well known tonic propertiesolQUININEsod ,
be Those permitted to vote at. or participate ldI"Msr Delta EdIts Mar Delta. G...- the White Voter of Kissimmee\ ROMA THOMAS Cashier IRON. It action the Liver. Drivesout
e.... $. ._.. McClelland.: Bnaan '
management. paid primaryelections aria ) Enriches the Blood and 4
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: In the A. .1...... \vllllam Bernard 81minatna. I hereby announce my candidacy Malaria.
who.are white electors who .
declare ,their ,adherence to the prlnlf .... KllJah 111._.... for re-election; to the office of MarJ' 4 '. Builds up the \V.jol STstcm.. :90 ents.*:
of the Whit tafy Vfrarlnln .lau ana. Pait. Kll- ,
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1 Grand I d'' Stock: Reduction d Sale.1 LADIES'TO DRY BE GOODS"' FURNISHINGS.ENTIRELY, SHOES CLOSED, MANY MEN'S LINES OUT AND 1 .;: ,




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t without A Each SUPREME postponement.and every article Entire SELLING in store stock 1o be of marked good SENSATION staple plain,merchandise"and l ale open in, .F. H LAWSON FREE F 4 E OPENING E DAY ..,

this' store, and right at lhe-lime you can save hundreds of dollars by '
. attending (his sale. Amid ,the best season, all goods so on sale, and hour 9 OM, will )
To the first fifty people, Inxldr our store openBIT
y your money back: for a.nyartld.'iC not exactly a* represented Fill .. receive 50 tickets: and ten of these will receive a prize r.jU':.:. I Ik-Jirre o

your heard home and read with of what sales you-need.but never Now one is the like time.this. You may, have seen I Thousand of people I. have bees notified of thin sale.

a I I K I IS S I M! X4/1/ .E E, FlA.early.



s THE GREATEST BARGAIN AN EVENT WHERE A DOL-\


I''i '" EVENT YOU EVER SAW, LAR WILL SERVE YOU BET-


READ OR HEARD OF .-" .- .' TER THAN EVER BEFORE


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15 BIG BARGAIN DAYS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19 STORE CLOSED DOWN

TWO HAYS IIKFOKK: THE SAM': .
Never hall there been any such a Rale.I : I It .may never occur again.I Store has been ('Io t"d'do'n lo rearrange and mark the nlork.. Busy
Every rlidt'lhrou"oUI! '! the store is marked) in plain figures; n dllid'A Real I Bargain r I Sale I hands engaged to change counters, open up ,hoses a''Mirling out the
LM, can wait on )''!u. High-class(' merchandise! and price' (that will halTle. stock arranging the good for quick inspection r..y ...holhllf.and, .
C ]Kain shine the mile liken I place without
dazzle and d"lthl.you. It in going to be the grandest sale ever held .in this .
pOHtponcmenl., reason and purpose. Comeprepared to buy as you never. 'bought. in
,,1 I count y. Wait and watch. KISS8MMEE I 8 FLA. your life. be rore. '



"iI 8000.00 worth of goods and the very belt that money can buy will be placed on public sale' at retail. Positively the greatest bargain event since the day you were b..... Every article marked in plaia figure 'Marvelous

i saving opportunity and the moil tbrilliag exhibition of modern retailing' ever known in this town or county. Make your preparations to attend. No postponement, rain or shine. Doors swing back at 9 a, m. .'))',

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tTi with the quantity of'the! contents'of and President: Light has taken charge.Mr. : SOUR ACID STOMACHS .
: STATE COMMITTEE TO I leach of the small containers. 'The WRITES POEM.ABOUT j Hewitt will still remain with the GA3ES OR INDIGESTION AUNT PATSY.

contains the I POULTRY MASH
I following paragraph es- Bureau. I

:; ; RECONSIDER ACTION i st-ntial part of the recent ruling: CITY OF KISSIMMEE I Each "Pap,,'. Dla pllln" digests 3000I A sure egg producer. It never ,fail& ,:

; :: !' |I "The! department is of the opinion I METHODIST: CUI'ltCII! / I grains of food ending all stomach I if led according to directions. "

[ 'that ln'iiie's peaches, or tomatoes ill' - - ,' Tlusubjects) on which the pastor I misery in five minutes. E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYt..I".II.I.I.
If i FAMOUS( RESOLUTION:' WILL IIIf small open container whidll'e"HIl'k" .\\O: :>iMOl'S; : POET SENDS: EI'-I will )pleach anTiad"rs of the Lord; ; J .\ I 1I.\

Sl'HJECT AT DEMOCR.VTIC E\- I ed in iiatrs. and arranged/ within) t the I-T IOTO: J. V. BARCLAY. I'hr \hurled: Talt"it, K\ei..> bo.ly should Time ill! In <.ve minutes ail stomach -
ECl'TlVK: : COMMITTEE SESSION: :; ciates in luior l.iyeis, constitute WHO/ Tl'RNEI/ :; IT OVER TO jro I lo ('lunch somewhere. The :Melhndst -

TO HE HELD IN: JATKSONVILI.K S :; : fend in package form within the V.\ l.l.KfiA.ETI: TO Hi: ,! people /givp ;.von a cordialel- distress will go. No indigestion! I. 1 Irrnlf ..I",..111.1,urI Mml I 1..11. I.>lorld..rrnla .,.r...1. .
heartburn of
sourness or belching
I, f ON 1I:IS. 2ITH- .\:- ECU.S meaning/ of the net weight/ amendment PRINTED: -SETS I FORTH AD- rc me. Sunday school, ] at !)::4.> with j 4 MHMI > Ill I bun.*<..>
acid eructations of ,
gas or undigestedfood !
MEETING.: ; mid that consequently\ the -)aw I VANTA: <; ES OF SECTION.J. : ( 1:".-'''' unable to everybody"! : If you IIHumt I.. N Ire.. I o.pl.Ir..I. ,1.
.1 | foul .
no dizziness bloating
h < -- [ ,squaw| that the dales! shall he II I will join with us we will do you ..'r.H.I .. ... \\l-k.. 1I.'r..I. 1I
breath headache.Pope's .
I The )Democratic State Executive marked with a :statement of the quantity A. Barclay, of the firm of Breaker /good. I or is noted for its I I II ."or"),,|, ,. I II ,?.c I IIII I t ,
i committee will meet in Jacksonville! of the contents.! Kach such statement & Barclay handed the Valley Gazette -- I| Diapcpsln! I '. 1,111 III ,1, II IIll ," J' ," I II I
v (speed in regulating stomachs.It I >nf MII.. u i iI ". I
ThE'IofJrl'n: Woodmen and upset "
21th to reconsider the following whichvu>- : Royal ,
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on February! .should include! the number of poem I lit., i 11 i..i in ,1 1 1 .c.c.f. I Ih, .
I I1 ':those famous resolutions.! In regard {'small containers and the 'quantity of written liy some anonymous poet and :Neighbors lodges of St. Cloud 1 and is the surest, quickest stomach remedy "till., ?.I .\.f..\.:, /., I,, ...,,.I , I I .f
: to the call issued by Chairman the I contents of each." I II I !sent to him through the mail. It sets Ki-sirnniee will hold a joint annual in the whole world and besides! it :IrrAo.U..I.', i\.n-, 01 I it- I r'1 IIII .''' '' ',t ; ./

; Raney( of the committee the Tampd I I It i IH! to be noted that this ruling I' forth Kissimmee's! advantages/ as follows -. picnic; on the Ickeshoro at St. Cloud is harmless. I 1 ut.an end to stomach ,I d.....I'M"l H..I 1'I,. .1"Lb I ,I.Ii,", ,II i,,i 01'I. .. .I f.*. 011.. . 'I,.. 'II.I l,. 4054
M ft S I on February 22, Wushin lon's Birth- trouble forever by getting a large 1,111. ,,.r .,....|.1..1',"' f'\.c\ i .1,1ll ..... "
Tribune 4 : .
says: : applies also to the berry crate and .. I 1.1..1'. ,, \1.1". '; ,It.,, Kill' .'.to..1,
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of the day. Public is cordially invited to attend fifty-cent case: of Pape' I Diapepsin ,. .
George I Rancy, chairman the peach carrier. \1'| 'll' \ I I' I'll .t1.1. 11" d"I "
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Kihsimmee is 1,1)1) \\ilt I. '
I callingTo and baskets. You Kalloll .I ,1,1 1,1 "
bring from drug stole.! realize in
Committee
Executive any ,
State Democratic ,
A stencil that will meet! the requirements l-lll-M ,1 \I" Mae I ,1 mlul
issued and signed the friends far away five minutes how neediest it is to suffer 11 IH Illllll).."I .., .I..I, III II tto. ., ,1|.
yesterday of the far
department! as I ,,, ,
ll<- pu111Mh.'I' | .n .W..I"1s t. .1" h'' .
i official call for the. meeting of the I as tomatoes in the common Florida To come to this SouthlandOn CARD OF THANKSWe from indigestion dyspepsia or any IMIIIMI.,,U1Iv. \\ :ij* 111, : Ihf I KlrtMiiLiiiiVlill ; . .
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the Dixie Highway \ lst tt. II a..w'sp,4..I| I ,litlltllHIcIII d
in 'Jacksonville February I stomach I disorder. ItN toe quickest( .
y committee carrier! would read "This carrier con- Hlllfl Mlllllly and Ht.ll
j 24 at.which time it is expected that wish to thank the neighborsand I doctor in the world. Thin MrhrUntt. icili) .V n tin;
tains six 4-quart baskets. You can drink the pure waters : K'lr.-ult J. I., 11lU: I'' a the action of the committee' taken Jan- Florida Growers and Shippers I' That flow from our wells; friends for their kindness and i surest and most Larmleis stomach Court Neal ('I.o k '.'I<,ult. i'i>."rl ...

vary 6 in passing new qualificationsfor : Florida. Growers & Shippers' League It will free you from grippe sympathy shown us during the sickness I fly JanifM H\, Jiihiiatun.LKWIM I..ut.. > c.tk;,
death of beloved rllRVAN AND
will be rescinded. The official and our darling
voters S.
Lloyd 'renny.SecretaryManager., And all other ills. MII.TON PLIIU1Elt.
call however does not state that baby Maxine and also for the many I4qll"'tor. roe Complainantt; '

de- "Tis the city of flowers. beautiful floral offering s ,
.to be the purpose of the meeting, 4t'O 1
r-claring' it is to 'transact such business This city of ours. ., '.' I' ixI'h. Mr.: and Mrs. M.. E. Croxton. .' j. ',1 ; tTiC.I'r'\: <: .. .1

as mar properly'come before it." DRAINAGE CONGRESS A.haven .of rest- :; / @ Metlee'ktaHie\ ;oo\IlIJ.j rH t a yen'lthatithe.AU..t;I .l1""( i'I' t'.
The meeting is to be called to order To all of our i' guests. Invigorating to tho Pale and ,SicklyThe nunl M..*tlnirV ur th< Hinlihnl ,..<...ti,. .,

10 a. m., at the Seminole Hotel. ' ' :".* .f: MMiipi I Old Standard ventral .trrnKthroinr tonic' R the I'ANV! KMIUIIiAteHKItlVYI'KKsa will I h. .fcvld flit the mica "'..COM-V f th.') a '
TO MEET IN SANFORDArrangements Now come won't you 'come. '. GROVK'S TASTJU."SSchlll TONIC,drive,out OLO ('om!>"")' nt klMlmmco.. Klorl.la, onMonday /"
I According: to a statement: issued northwest.You M.l.ri..enrlchcilhebltxxl..ndbulld.upth ayetem. Ihc-Hlli dll ,r Slant II"l', HI
I From the cold A true tool For atluH and children. Soc for ..
by Mr. Raney summarizingthe ( II drlork \ M I hi ..ut.." of 4J1
yesterday .
.. will find a warm welcome -- -- BONESRUBBER I I'loi'tliiK 1 illr. itiirx .unit r.., tinlri>n.nlllMI <
attitude of members of the committee are beinrapidly ,.f Mtlt, h ..t Ii.I I tlllMtlJ'HM .tt 'lUJiV |"
And the choicest and best.! COPPER I tiliiuuhl Ii. f..i ...il.l 111,".I'llni./ '
twenty-four are In favor of completed for the third annupal meeting J :M .1 I r: (tollN 1.
recalling the committee two others of the 'Florida Drainage associa-I I Why will you linger YOUNG'S WONDERFUL TIRES BRASS 1JI .-. .. tun.

I have expressed themselves! as favor- lion, which is to be held at Sanford, I My friends far away, TUBES LEAD i ---- ---

;, ing the repeal! of the resolution and a ; Florida the 28th and 29th of this I With our wide open doors DISCOVERY M,'I'ii i':
SCRAP IRON
while not asking for meeting, To give full sway. ROPE ,
third / a : month. I you I Null m h. I i.l.t Kl\n I hut the An
I the A Linament for i'I,| M. Hik,, ,,l thi. Hl,..kh..I'r". 1,1
has stated! he will vote to rescind The Florida Drainage association ,, breathe in the nir .. \ .
You iiiiisi'i.m.x:'
I ran t SEND IT TO US'iE REMIT PWIWUL fn-iiii.ss r "'\11' \SY
,objectionable clauses. A not IK r county organized in Hallow on March fair I will I !I., h. 1.1 "I UK ,.ni l I. ..r. iiiCom-
was Of climate SO ; ,
I our I RHEUMATISMLame Write For PrkelistPfNNSUMRMET4LCQ I' IS .t Kln.nrnr. I'lorld.'. un Mun..
which had no committeeman, was :-.t Ih, 1911. George." W. Oliver,'of Bar It will restore you to youthAs ..LI,. > ih. ',tii ,I ii\ .,..r M.IHI 10 .It! ,,1 iil ,'

heard from through its County Commissioners I low, was elected! president of the new'l you will soon be Itvare.Oh Back Neuralgia, Lumbago Ill i >:lure.hrrrGrl.\ .\l,I fi..11.1|I the fi |.iir.K...10. ILIUMnf ".i,,..1..1.,l-!!.,,,
the resolution "IM, Ii thi, I.usu.. '__ ,..
to
oj as opposed oigunimtion. I'rominent state come won't you come Gout Sprains and Swellings 657 C.BAY JACKSONVIUL.rtA. i l>iiuulit I I.. r.i., ...,.ll, "n, Hiu ln may I
and from another county no word government engineers, and leading M J I.: MullN.
While the latchstring is out, Lameness, Cuts Bruises, 1//. zt H. ,'r'lan' j
I" has been received at' all. oil i/.ens from all parts of the !state
i And choose a home i Lacerations
you Burns Scalds Wounds -
attended that meeting.: .
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I Last year the meeting was held in )In !ome beautiful spot. I Chilblains Frostbites. < II

r, CHANGE MADE IN RULE Jacksonville. Owing to n conflict in You'll never go back to enhale Sore Throat Quinsey and i ;;;

the date with the state good/ roadsi The coal soot and wade in the I Glandular Swellings Tooth- T Classified Advertisements 'f J

relation many interested partieswee Mud or freeze yourself! up; Backache. I
FOR GRATE MARKINGS ache, Headache,
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prevented from attending. In Oh, come; won't you come. Ii
I the meeting this care Cramps of the Muscles, Painin I' OO. oetooeee. t060e.oe. _ . .. ..a aa .
-- ranging i year this haven of rest - - - - - - - - - - - '
To
The Florida Growers and Shippers I 1 has been exercised to prevent! a 'Tis the home of sunshine the Chest Pain in the Back I WANTED-To hear from owner of FLAT FOR fENT-'urniKhed or un- ;'
Orlando tition of last year's difficulty. repe-I and All Muscular Pains. farm or unimproved land for sale. furntnhed.
# League, with headquarters at And n land that is blest; Apply at the Gazette
United I Every effort is being: made I II. L. Downing 178 Palace Bldg. office.
has received\: advice from the Oh, won't you come here to winter 1.
For Sale By __
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States Department! of Agriculture] tract: the general public. The valueof I Minneapolis Minn. 6-41 __

relating to a change in the manner of land reclamation is just becoming PALACE DRUG STORE ':FOR SAKE OK XIIANaFor: .
C stencilingtomato crates to show their apparent and all portions of the state OSCEOLA GO. FRUIT FOR RENT-Six room modern cottace pasture landsjrjfteen; } acres in Kiss- )
marked in drainagematters. close in; $12 per month. E. immee well located.
show activity
Address Box '
contents. Kissimmee FloridaEasy E. Wells, Real Estate and Insuranee. I
Heretofore it has been necessary! to The 1913 drainage law has SHARES FIRST HONORS 1Q4 Posslel 1 Ave._ (The Inn). 245, Wauchula. Fa.! g.7t I.:
'I the small individual baskets overcome a great: many difficulties "
stamp encountered in the old com- TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE-A horse ( buggy. ,,4
,0 I "4 It county "ow.
with the expression quarts.
FOR SALE Five million Living
: saddle
"has bene unnecessary up to the pres- missioners'!' act, and Florida is just Grapefruit! exhibited by Rad lyffe- Take ston's Globe Tomato Plants from. lIillI. and harness farming utcn- .F'

ent season, to make any notation; beginning to realize that in the muck Cadman Bros., of Narcoossee!, shared to best seed grown on new land; price i Mrs. G. B. Oassity. Orange
lands of the state be found one $1.25 per thousand. J. R. Davis Center. Kla. rt
whatever upon the; carrier. The Department may first honors at the Tampa fair with ._ q-2tpd t
4.5tpliFOR -
Fla. -
now rules that each carrieror of its greatest assets. that of A. M. Klemm; Bartow WANTKD-li.il F.xpre8(1 $1
No Pain ( shipment.
crate shall be marked in such a way I Spe king of this the Tampa Trib- or SALE: UK TUADE for horse and I' of vegetables! and fruits. Uaco.n it
2 : In good
wagon one cy.
as to show the number of small con If you choose a princess dress keep! une said: condition good tires; Duet sell or Produce Co.. Macon Ga. 6-5t wl

tainers within the carrier together it as simple as possible. Radclyffe-Cadman Bros., Narcoos- AcheIt trade at once. A, M. Jones P. O. .
see, tied with A. M. Klemm on the $10 Box 221. Kt almmee. 7tf TOM WATSON MEf.ON SEED-For
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--- -- -- offered for the best box of grapefruit sale -at SOc per pound, by Malloy '

divided $5 TO EXCHANGE have 1100 acresof Bros. &: Turner
and tho prize was Fenholluway Fla.83tpd.
coal land the P. R. R.
on. forty
: : going to each. is no longer necessary to bear miles from Pittsburg Pa., which I :
.
YOU WANT MEAT )
WHEN 1 the weakening sickness and terrible wish to exchange: for 'Iorlda..prop-- a
-:-*-: <.:** .*,****:-***-:-->*****.>* nausea that always follows a dose of erty either improved or unimprov FOR RENT-By the six '
year
room'
PHONE 209 -:- -> calomel. ed. Will trade all or part No
a .> STATE NEWS 0i > agents. Address Owner 1102 Bid bungalow in orange grove on Main
i--: I LIV-VER-LAX cleanses the torpid well St., Pittsburg:, Pa. 5-41 I street five blocks from business
't 'I' :'-:":--:'*':-:":- MARKET I'H I I con,
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CENTRAL Steps looking to recovery for dam- by ridding it of the clogmg! poisons. FOR SALE-Automobile in first. i veniences. Mrs. II. F. Prince. 9.4t

ages done by the telephone companyto : I Yet it works so gently and pleasantly class condition or will\ trade. Inquire \

Think about some of these for your.Sutt- the Australian oaks along the that you hardly know, you've taken it. Breaker &: Barclay, Kissim TO EXCHANGE-Rental city prop, :

in Dade county have been LIV-VER-LAX being purely vegetable mee. 8tf erty for good bearing
dRY dinner: Stall-fed Beef, Florida and : highways omnr-i: grove ,

Western Pork Butter and Fresh Country instituted by the county commissionJ. -I is absolutely'harmless and does DWELLINGS for rent apply to X Y Z. care Valley Gazette. I-4t. !_ twri,
ers. not tear up the system like calomel. Tiller. .
Eggs Country Style Sausage, Hum, Bacon I I And it's guaranteed to be satisfactoryor FOR SALE-IronClad Incubator c*.. {'
STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE- parity 140 .
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I J, P. Hewitt has resigned his po- the druggist will return your money eggs; by kerosene
4 and Hamburger. sition as sales manager of the Florida For sale at 60c and f 1 at Osceola Strong intelligent. gentle, excellent I lamp Everything iA good order; ''y

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