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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 25, 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: VID00739
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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BARBER TELLS (FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION'TO ROAD. DISTRICT COUNTY WINS MANY



,. '' MEET IN. KISSIMMEE, APRIL 13-15 : 18SUBMITTED PREMIUMS

::1( GOVERNOR HE "" -- PETITION AT TWO"BIG'.FAIRS

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PRESIDENT WILSON INVITED TO

:i 1' WILL AGREE ATTEND ,AND ADDRESS EDI- Will Issue Special KISSIMMEE SCHOOLS 117 TAKEN AT ORLANDO FAIRAN'D

TOkS} -COMMITTEE NAMED TO ft 31 AT TAMPA BY EXHIBIT. j
i Welcome Edition"The
PLAN FOR ENTERTAINMENTAND ORS FROM KISSIMMEE AND
> CARRY OFF HONORSBRING
COUNTY :TAX ASSESSOR REPLIESTO BIG ATTENDANCE IS EX- Valley Gazette is preparing: ALL. OF COUNTY EXCEPT THIRD OTHER'POINTS.;

TRAMMELL'S REQUEST FOR PECTED "to issue a special "welcome edition"to DISTRICT INCLUDED IN PRO. 4

UNIFORM' TAX ASSESSMENTALL greet the visiting'editors at the POSED SEPARATE BONDING HOME THIRTY-FOUR OUTOF
The Florida Press Association will SEVENTY-NINE PRIZES OF- SECOND COUNTY PRIZEt
OVER THE STATE ON A meeting of the State Press Association -. PLAN FOR BETTER ROADS AND
meet in Kissimmee April 13, 14 and FERED FOR SCHOOL EXHIBITSAT #t
BASIS OF FIFTY PER CENT VAL In Kissimmee April, 13, 14 and COMMISSIONERS WILL CALL -
15. The dates were decided upon at ORLANDO FAIR AGAINST
15 According to present plans this EXHIBIT AS A WHOLE CARRIES
UA TlON. a meeting of the executive committeeheld ELECTION. FOUR COUNTIES. '
edition will
appear on Thursday OFF HONORS NEXT TO SEMINOLE. -
in Orlando last week. I' ______
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the first day of the convention. WHICH WAS AWARDED
Present at the meeting Clarence Kissimmee schools have again .
were won
There will be special articles by FIRST PRIZE LIST OF THE
E. Woods editor of .the Eustis BONDS honor in with others of -
COMMISSION TO ACT many of the visiting editors and ASKS $250,000 competition WINNERS AT. TAMPA AND ,OR.
Lake the state. This time
Region, and chairman of the they were competing i
articles
welcoming by prominent LANDO.
committee C. O. editorof '., with the of
Codrington, Kissimmee people besides (ilustra- schools Orange,
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EVERY ASSESSOR IN STATE IS BOARD RECEIVES PLEA FOR --
the'DeLand News and president of Lake, Serfiinole and Voluiia countiesin
WRITTEN TO BY GOVERNOR IN the State Press association S: J. Trip- ions pertinent to the, meeting. RIGHT TO VOTE ON PLAN TO the exhibits shown at the' Five- The exhibitors from, this county .
Further will be
EFFORT TO GET AGREEMENT, lett editor of the St. Cloud Tribune in announcement CREATE SPECIAL ROAD AND County Fair, held in Orlando last won 31 premiums at the South FlorIda
made regard to this edition later.
WHICH WOULD BE ACCEPTABLE Will M. Traer, editor of the Florida BRIDGE DISTRICT WIIICII week. i Fair and 117 premiums at the I

TO COMMISSION AND Farmer and Homeseeker, of St. Au- ,, ... BEARS SIGNATURES OF 208 Seventy-nine prices were offered at I Five-County Fair.. The following report -
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WOULD DO AWAY WITH OR. gustine, and W. B. Harris, editor of ie. QUALIFIED FREEHOLDERS IN the fair for exhibits made up of the I of the prizes won was made up
DER WHICH DEMANDED FULL the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Association within the next few days. 'THE TERRITORY DESIGNATEDBY work of schools. Thirty-four of those by B. E. Evans, county; farm demonstrator -

VALUATION. ,lt T. J. Appleyard, of Tallahassee, i 'As Kissimmee is the home town of CRAMERS. S" prizes were won by the Kisslmmee A. E. Thomas, who aided In
Congressman Sears it; is naturally : : the management of the exhibit and
state printer, Oscal Conklin, business :school and one by the Finney Point ,
W. I. Barber, tax assessor for Os- manager of the Miami Herald, and T. supposed he will be the speaker of the When the county commissionersmeet' school, making the total for Osceola Miss Anne Bryan Carson' canjnfng

Vceola county, has written Governor C. Merchant editor of the Madison occasion when the nation's chief executive on the first Monday in March county thirty-five prizes, or almost club agent: .....

,Park Trammell.! that he is willing to. Recorder, sent regrets. is asked to visit Kissimmee. for their regular monthly session, half of.all the prizes offered. Herewith is list of Osceola winnersat

'agree to the plan for a uniform tax Among other things the committee Senator Fletcher has given the mat- they will call an .election for sometime The Kissimmee school exhibit was the South Florida MidWinterFair i

assessment at fifty per cent valua decided to invite President Wilson to ter considerable attention and is in April at which the qualified given the prize for the best exhibit held at Tampa, Florida, on Feb- 1

tion. This letter of Mr. Barber was attend the meeting and since the working with the committee to attempt freeholders in all of the county, ex- from a single school. All during the ruary 4th to 12th inclusive.: Owners

in reply to one from the governor requesting meeting the following dispatches'have to get the President to attend cept the Third Commissioner's District fair this exhibit: which was artistic of cash prizes should look to the

that the tax assesors of the been printed by the daily press! in regard the meeting of tho Florida Editorial ,., will vote on the plan to createa ally arranged and continually watched Tampa Fair Association for checks

various counties agree upon this. to this feature of the convention: Association. special road and bridge district of over by Miss Albinia Smith, waif covering same, as all entries were

basis. this much of the count] and upon the the subject of much praise from fair made under owner's name. First and

The governor's letter is as follows: Washington Feb. 21.-(Special)- Washington, D. C., Feb. 23.-Preci- further plan to issue $250,000 in bonds visitors. second ribbons are in possession of

Tallahassee, Feb. 12, 1916. President Wilson will bo invited by dent Wilson was invited today by for the purpose of making road im- The Kissimmee Graded and High the County Committee and are being

Hon. W. I. Barber, Tax Assessor: Kis the Florida delegation in Congress: to Senator Fletcher to attend a meetingof provements. School received blue ribbons at the distributed as rapidly as possible.

t Rimm-ee, Floria. visit Kishimmee in April and attend the Florida) Press association\ at Th. Third District has already pe- recent Five County Fair, held at Orlando County Prizes were as follows:

' th-J meeting of the Florida Editorial (Continued on Page 12) titioned" for and been granted the for the
My Dear Sir: I have conferred following: The county making the largest and
I with the State Tax Commission rela- holding of an election to create a separate (Continued on Page 12) best display of sugar cane-Osceola
tivq to the matter of the basis upon I road and bridge district and to first.

which the HIJj! !< tax assessment shall CONTRACTS LET FOR STEEL WORK vote $150,000 in bonds to build n sand- "GEORGIA CYCLONE" Th.al,county making the largest and

lie made and the commission hus indicated asphalt road from the canal betweenSt. best display of native 'wild animals, t

to me that, if the Tux Assess- ON BIG TUCKER BRICK FACTORY Cloud and Kisbimmeo to the Brc- birds and reptiles included-Osceola
ore of the counties: respectively would vard county line to join a road SPEAKS HERE TONIGHTMrs. first. '

agree to make the assessment uniform through that county to the east coast. The county making the largest and

in their several counties and --- This will give Osceola county $400- Mary Harris. Armour, knownas best display of pineapples, shedded or
Contracts wore let this week by the machinery was ready to be shipped 000 in good loads Supportersof
throughout the state upon the same money. the "Georgia Cyclone," will deliver grown in the open-Osceola third.
basis as agreed upon and adopted for Tucker Wood-Tex Brick company for just as soon as the building is in the plan in the Third District are .a lecture at the Methodist church tonight Individual farm exhibit for the best,

i the 1915 assessment, that is upon a the structural steel from which the shape to receive it. positive that the bond issue wail carry beginning at 7:30 under.. the ,largest and most artistically arranred 41.
basis of cent of the true cash plant of this company will be built. there. exhibit
fifty per The Tucker Brick company has already auspices of the WTCTK UTof Kla lm- composed of field, orchard and
value of all assessable property, the The contract was let to the Pitts- Supporters of the plan in the other garden products, Including canned

commission 'would not object to the burg Bridge and Steel company, of begun the operation of the sawmill sections of the county are equally mee.Mrs. goods raised exclusively by the ..exhibitor ;
assessment for 1916 being made upon Rochester, N. Y., and delivery of ma- purchased from the Kissimmee positive that the bond issue of $250- Armour is one of the most famous -Edgewater Farms Company

such basis. terial is guaranteed within thirty Lumber company, some sixty men be- 000 will be carried temperance speakers in .America. third place.

This, I think, would meet with the days. Construction! work will consume ing employed in the mill and the log- The county commissioners met in She hal been given columns of Kissimmee Citrus Growers' Association yi

approval of every tax assessor fo thirty days.more and the plant, it is ging camps. adjourned session last Saturday and praise by the press of the country. county branch of the Florida
promised, will be in operation in sixty The main building of the brick Among the expressions concerningher
company received the petition from the quaIl- Citrus awarded
Florida, and I am, therefore writingto Exchange, was a special
is the following from the Chester
ask that you kindly Indicate to me days: will be some 150 feet in.length fled freeholders of the other section diploma for putting up the best
i' { President J. Wade Tucker ,Faye that with width from 60 to 90 Times, of Chester; PasWhatever "
Immediately whether or not you will a varying of the county. This petition which pack of. citrus fruit.: '. -, -,; ,
j agree to 'carry, out'' and be governed all the machinery has'now" been arranged feet. Portions of the building will had been in circulation barely; a'week may' be. the individual B. EVANS, Committee.

1 1>y such basis in making the 1916 assessment for and most of it accepted.J. be one story, two stories and three contained the names'of '208 qualified opinion of Mrs. Mary Harris Armour,

.r t in your county. M. Hughes, who is the company's stories in height. With sheds, which freeholders, a figure well over the the flaming evangel from Georgia, Blue Ribbon Winners ;

engineer and general manager, has will be built along with the main necessary 25 per cent required by whom the people of the Southlandhave South Florida Fair
in tho of
Uniformity assessment
arrived from Beaver Falls, Pa., and building, the plant will have a lengthof styled the "Temperance Joan of Pat Johnston-Best exhibit sugarcane
all
and
properties in the
basis for assessment uniformity throughout the announoeA after his arrival that the over 600 feet. law.The petition was turned over to Arc," it cannot be denied that 'she is 25 stalks (sugar content consid
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atate is the main object which it it . . . . . Clerk J. L. Overstreet to have the doing a remarkable work. Such tumultuous ered.)
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desired to have With names of the signers checked, so thatit racing, surging oratory as J. W. Miller-Best exhibit walnuts,
accomplished. be known that the flows from the lips of this woman is a
may signers are peck or more.
each in the
tax assessor state working STATE COMMITTEE RESCINDS TWO seldon.
faithfully to bring about uniformity qualified/ as is required by law. This heard in this or any other J. W. Oliver-Best bhiblt of pecans -
I work will be Completed before the country, and tho temperance peopleare half peck or '
more.
the basis which fixed for ,
the upon 1915 assessment, and was which basis SECTIONS OF FAMED RESOLUTIONS next meeting fQ the board, when action fully justified in calling her their "I New Eden Plantation Co.-Best 10

' it is now suggested that you agree I I will be taken to call an election ,prophetess. stalks Simpson cane (sugar contents ,

upon for the 1916 assessment, greater .. It may well make men "marvel considered). T

uniformity and better equalization of Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 25.-Sec tion or sect with which the candidate I where this woman, born and raisedin New Eden Plantation Co.-Best 10

1 tax assessments in' all parts of the tions 4 and 5 of the test resolutionswere is affiliated. SMEDAL FALLS FROM the Georgia. pines, has acquiredsuch stalks of green cane (sugar contents

state will be brought about.In repealed by the State Democratic Fifth-That he is not a member of [ a knowledge' the classics, such I considered).

view of the fact that we have executive committee. yesterday any secrect organization which. attempts SILO AT DAIRY FARMYOUNG familiarity with the best in English New Eden Plantation Co.-Best exhibit "

certain fixed millages that cannot be afternoon by a vote of 25 to 16 aftera' in any way to influence poli- poetry and such sweeping commandof of syrup from other varieties,
reduced the packed session of several hours. tical action results the the scrpitures as to make them the four or more in glass.
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MAN BELIEVED TO
BE woof and warf of her
speech'
; New Eden Plantation
very Co.
Best
and a constitutional amendment, to There, was much impassioned oratory. or purposes of which organization -
raise the 1916 assessment to a basic These sections of the original resolutions will justify him in refusingrto" SERIOUSLY INJURED AS RE- but there can only be one answer to collective exhibit of cane and' cane
SULT OF ACCIDENT-FIRST the where did she acquire such
read as follows: nominee of the I query products.
r double that of last year would necessarily support any party. THOUGHT THAT HE WAS FATALLY -
'' mean a large increase in the Fourth-That he will not be influenced II. C. Stanford, member of the committee I power over audiences I New Eden Plantation Co.-Best exhibit -
HURT BUT HE IS
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. amount of taxes that the tax payer in voting for or against any from Osceola countywas TER Mrs. Armour stirs men and women of cassava.
would have to pay. The increase on candidate by any religious test or on among those who voted to rescind the TOPAY. BET'1 because she is filled with her subject, New Eden Plantation Co.-Best

account of the one mill state school account of religious belief, denomina- resolutions. Harold Smedal believes in it and has a passion for it. half bushel of seed oats, rust proof..

, tax and one-half mill State Board of ._ _ aged 24 years ,Such, possession. of mind... and will Edgewater Farms Co.-Best bale
I ------------------------------- --- uuuu from the silo at the dairy (farm
operated -
Health tax, which I have no authorityto brings success in any calling. of hay made from crowfoot: grass .
reduce would be by the Armstrong brothers, I I Edgewater Farms Co.-Best collective -
four
hundred and WILLASKSTATEGIA.RITOCOMEHERHIN SIDNEY J. CATTS ISFIRSHPEAKER east of the city, shortly after noon
1. fifty thousond dollars in these two and ANNUAL SPELLING BEE exhibit of hay and forage from
Thursday was seriously injured.
funds alone. This would one farm, not less than six varieties.

K'V I,' there the increase would also in be state a considerable taxes represent, while in- 1917 HERE it When was and thought first all picked that during he up was yesterday after fatally the fall injured he TO BE HELD MARCH 3 bushel Edgewater, of rye. Farms' Co.-Best half

Edgewater Farms Co.-Best half
rease in some features of the county LOCAL MEMBERS OF ORGANIZA- FUNIAK SPRINGS PREACHER was unconscious. He was attendedby bushel of chufas.Edgewater ,F!
taxes. Considering all the conditions, TION EXPECT TO INVITE GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE tfr. T; M. Rivers and this morning On Friday evening, March 3rd, at \

k I do not think the tax!: payers of the STATE ENCAMPMENT TO COME SETS FPRTH illS' PLATFORMTO recovered: consciousness. He was suffering 7:30: o'clock the annual spelling con- of Farms CO.-Best; dozen .years

atate should be subjected to such decided TO KISSIMMEE AGAIN AT VOTERS OF KISSIMMEE IN great pain today, but there test will be held in the Kissimmee corn.
;J. M. Lee Best bale of made
hay
..5 r raise in taxes, which would certainly MEETING IN TAMPA PUBLIC ADDRESS. were hopes for his recovery. school auditorium.The from bermuda .

i amount to not less than a half Smedal was engaged with others at ten best spellers from each of grass.
J. M. LeBest 50 Ibs. of short
million dollars increase and probably When the state encampment of the Sidney J. Catts, of DeFuniak the dairy farm in filling the silo. the grades from the fifth to the staple cotton. '

a as much as a million dollars, or more, G. A. R. meets in Tampa next month, Springs, who is a Baptist minister, When work was stopped for dinnerhe eighth, inclusive, will engage in the J. W. Prentis-Best half bushel of

unnecessary the members of the post in Kissimmee' was the first of the gubernatorial can- was the last to leave the silo and contest, and prizes of $2.00, $1.00 and each variety of peas entered 1 for ex-

will extend an invitation to their com- didates to set forth his platform to in climbing down, missed his footingin 50 cents, respectively, will be awarded hibit. q

a this matter up with the state tax com- rades to select Kissimmee for the the voters of Kissimmee in a public some manner and fell. I to the pupils 'standing up-last, next I. II. Wetherbee, Jr.-Best bushel of
mission and am now bringing the state encampment in 1917.: address. Young Smedal has many friends in to last and second to last. An admis- sweet potatoes.
,I7 same to your attention.I the city and has been popular sion fee of ten cents for adults and .
The matter is now being agitatedand Mr. Catts spoke from the band very L II; Wetfierbee, Jr.-Best exhibitof
.0;, Awaiting your early reply, I am, since his arrival here a few months five cents for children will be charged.
it is likely that the local I stand and
Yours mem- on Broadway last Friday even- cassava cassava products
e "" very trply, from Paul ,
St. Minn. His homeis
I" ago ,
bers of the organization will makea to ; nome .
'. l ing a good-sized audience. lie devoted maf
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TRAMMELL, > in Roland, Iowa where his Lawrence Griffin, son of Mr. andMrs.
determined fight to secure this con- most of his speech to his platform parents. V. IV. Carzer.: -Best peck of arti..
;mr Governor. reside. ,*/ C. W: Griffin, returned home
r vention of the old soldiers who chokes.J. .
wore which is against Roman Cath- from
Tuesday Gainesville, Ga., where y
t 1ItP" Eo Cobb, of the firm of Cobb cat ; the blue. olicism. He is an eloquent speakerand Mr. and )Mrs. S. S. Thorpe, Mr. and be has been attending the Riverside A. Holtiquist-Best single..cassava

.h Derby, of york, Ala., breeders of fine The G. A. R. state encampment was forceful in his arg' ments. He Mrs. Walter A. EgglostOn, of Minneapolis ]Military Academy. He will remain at root.

". cattle, was a. visitor 'here Tuesday. held here about five years ago and was frequently applauded.- and Miss Ida Andrews, of Yonkers home for three weeks or more. The .
Red Ribbon Winners at Tampa Fair
'i). Mr. Cobb exhibited some of his stockat many of the old soldiers are still At the close of his address he took N. Y.. spent Tuesday in the city school had .the misfortune to lose its p'

the Orlando fair and came hero to'bl& talking of the fine entertainment up a collection, which he said was to as guests at the Graystone HoteL main building by; fire this week and Pat Johnston-Best ball bushel. of t

some of the stockmen to whom given them here. For that reason it be used in defraying the expense of I I They are friends of Colonel Harry A. the boys will enjoy an enforced vacation seed rye.' g

&. arm sold a number of blooded il expected that they will be'anxious an*, legal efforts! which, may; be mad. Hunter, and We" en route to Eclair until temporary quarters can Edgewater Farms Ox-Bert 'half

boll,- last' -.arlnjr. to come to Ktsslmmee again. to keep his name off the ticket. ,from Miami',, .. lbe'secured. I (Continued oa pace'I),>: j
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FRIDAYFEBRUAiY25,19161 i i.I.
PAGE.. ., ,THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE { ,

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.A. ... -. ... ;'. ... -. ... _. ... 1 probably 'the best place,.natural advantages I Feb. 1, 81%;. Tomatoes; Jan. 1, 82%, Plans for the construction of a
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v- across the ;
It- MISS'
bridge
(I ANNE CARSON -and concrete
I being considered, known to Feb. I, 92%. A steel .1
.: 11 St. Lucie river at Stuart have been ,i
\''I.! .1 i I scientists in this or any other! country,. "Florida', .
for the manufacture of. chemicals on HAS NARROW ESCAPE ''District 3, East coast north: approved and the work authorized. It ';I
\ New Spring Fabrics For a very large scale, U Weather conditions favorable find po. will cost 70,000,' and replace the ferry ,:
In use between St.
tatoes and strawberries doing well in "servjco1' now
FREE VACATION TOURS,! Miss Anne Bryan Carson had a narrow -, Bradford and ,St. Johns counties. J..ucle and Palm' Beach counties! ,

Stylish Clothing -, escape from.serious injury) while District -Central 'region: Warm ... ;
It has been the -custom of ,the attending'the Five-County Fair in Orlando
weather preventing tho heading of Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day
have them notafford, to order Southern Woman's Magazine for but .
We and.you can luckily was only slightly II PALO
refund
moatr
lettuce .is complained of in Marion! Your dmiKlit will\
suit without seeing our line. some time to conduct: each year a bruised in the accident, of which theImporterStar OINTMENT fall to cure aor. ea.e el Itching..,.
your and Orange counties, conditions otherwise Blind Bleedln orrrotrudio.Pile.ln6W14 da,
series of vacation tours for their rep : wrote as follows: favorable The fir. .pplic.llon Wives KM .na ae.t. : I
resentatives. This i itt a somewhat" Miss Anne Bryan Carson doughterof : Sec.'j'I J IJ

,,1 novel plan as it docs >not have any ex-Senator C. A. Carson of Kisslmmo"o District 5 West coast south:

'I Spring Reception' Postponed Contest feature, but Is definite' offerto. had-a-'severe fall from her horse c Weather favorable' and .prospects ,I -- -.

their representatives. yesterday !at the) fair grounds, (but good for all crops. Celery showing a 'I 7J f't &tJ."..k.J.4aAJ:4' I ,V '

Owing the non-arrival of suit lengths our recepr, This year there will be given, two I fortunately was nob injured beyond I little rust in Manatee section and..to- (

tion week has been postponed until next week.; We tours, Q-western tour and an eastern I being badly bruised. Miss Carson, is matoes', setting well I t

have aquantityof lengths already in, however, and itwill tour. The. eastern tour embracing' ,an expert rider and was trying put a l>istri'tI'ast const south: Favorable I. TtflS5/ A -

Philadelphia, Washington, Atlantic handsome animal on the race truck, weather throughout district

pay you to.see these,at once. City, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Canada I when her mount suddenly swerved to :and it is reported from Arch Creek NCUT ; . .

I Great Lakes, Thousand Islands, ,,'the* loft, going through the (file to hat car lot shipments of tomatoes

'Montreal, Albany, Daylight! trip .down ward the stubleiu When the horse should start. from, February 10 to 15. .

Our Cleaning and Pressing the Hudson river to New York City, turned, the left stirrup broke, and Warm weather prevents. heading of

spending three days in New York our I Miss Carson was thrown to the lettuce.. -

Department party will go by sea over the Old Dominion ground Several rushed to her assistance Texas I. .

I Line to Norfolk, up the James/ i 'and were much relieved to Lettuce has beAn badly damaged: '- .
IS THE BEST IN TOWN river to Richmond, returning, way find that her injuries were- slight. in Cameron and Hidalgo counties by ::-

of Chattapooga.The ( I worm; weather, dry rot, rust, and
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Oliver's Suitatorium western tour will embrace Salt CONDITION OF CROPSIN I blight; and the earl/ lettuce cro'p went I .1
Lake City, four
Yellowstone Park, Royal Gorge, of warm weather. !i L

PHONE 61MAKIN'S Denver, Corolado Springs, Cripple I'' fLORIDA AND TEXASThe Weather conditions have favored : There are a few cuts out of each
J: Creek, returning via Chicago. the onion crop in Webb county and

These tours are given with all' expenses i harvesting will probably begin about beef that are BETTER than any
Bureau of Estimates has
Crop others. It isn't always possible to
paid by the magazine com April 15. :
received from a special list of truck
pany. I The cold waves 6f January 12, 17, give you these: particular cuts but
crop growers, reports relating to con-
fr -- Full particulars of either tour will and 18 killed or severely injured truck EARLY
dition of various truck crops on Feb- if you ORDER THEM
--I 1 be sent request by the Southern crops as far south as Atascosa, Dee,
upon
'S UNCLE ; KISSIMMEE OIL WELLIS ruary 1, 1916. Correspondents were Brazoria we'll be pleased to save them for a'
Woman's Magazine' Nashville, Tenn. Matagoda, and Victoria
to estimate the condition
requested on It to gel your order in
counties.
------ you. pays

SENDS HIM A YARN GIVEN ATTENTIONMANUFAC1'UREUS ADVERTISED LETTERS the mal basis condition.of 100 The representing results of the the nor-tab Drougth is complanied of in San early and IT PAYS TO TRADEat

Patricio and Zavalla counties. look after
j ulation of the replies are given below a market wherethey
-- Advertised list for the two weeks :

I PETER HARTENSTINE, WELL- RECORD HAS ending March 6th', 1916: Florida- Strawberries are commencing to YOUR INTERESTS. I.'

KNOWN TO MANY KISSIMMEE EDITORIAL ON SUBJECT Allison, John; Baldwin, Mrs. F. n.; Snap beans: Jan. 1, 75%; Feb. 1, move from the north central portionof PHONE 44. I II

,: PEOPLE, CLIPS ARTICLE CON FLORIDA BECOME AN "WILl.I Burkee, John; Chapman, Oak; Hall, 85%; Cabbages: Jan. 1, 85';< Feb. 1, the state, the first shipments leav- -

CERNING WILD TURKEY DUCER AND Mrs. Anna; llerrin, H. V,; Holt, 85% ; Cauliflower: (Feb. 1, 80%; Celery ing Wellborn last week. About 500 CITY MARKET

WEIGHING 34 POUNDS, KILLEDIN CAL INVESTIGATIONS ALONG Frank; McLane, W. J.; Paine, Miss : Feb. 1, 91%; Cucumbers: Jan. 1, refrigerators will cover the. crop from .

MARYLAND.Peter THIS LINE.Kissimmee's. Laust; Robinson, E. L.; Simmons, 73ri: Feb. 1, 79-7 ; Lettuce: Jan. 1, that point. I I

Carl; Stewart, M. L.; Thompson R. M'/:! ; ; Feb. 1, 77%; Onions, Jan. 1, V'

Hartenstine, an uncle of W. oil well, located at L.; Thorp, O. L.; Walker, Mrs. Ella; 90'/ Feb. 1, 82% ; Peas: Jan. 1,73%,

B. Makinson, of this city, who has Kissimmee Park, across the lake from Walker, Mrs. Ellanois. Feb. 1, 82%; Potatoes: Feb. 1,88% ;
Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pres. J. L. Barber, cc'y.lrcM.
frequently visited Kissimmee, sends the city, is given considerable atten- Tomatoes: Jan. 1,84'10 ; Feb. 1, 87%.

him a newspaper clipping regarding tion in an editorial recently published JOHNSON TO MANAGE Texas
monster wild turkey killed in Mary-
a by the Manufacturer's Record, of
Snap Beans: Jan. 1, 78r/r, Feb. 1,
land. Mr. Hartenstino,lives at Prin- Baltimore, on the subject "Will Flor- 52%; Cabbages: Jan. 1, 75%, Feb. 1,
cipio Furnace, Md. His letter and the GILCHRISTCAMPAIGN '
ida Become .an 011 Producer? The 66%; Cauliflower: Feb 1, 7Cel; -
Clipping are as follows: : editorial reads as follows:
I ery: Feb. 1, 60%; Cucumbers: Feb. 1,
Principio Furnace, Md., II I A number of leases have recently Claude F. Johnson, of Kissimmee, 100< %; Kale: Feb. 1, 82%; Lettuce: I .
Feb. 19 1916.
been reported as having been made of will manage the campaign of former Jan. 1, 72%, Feb. 1, 45%; Onions: Bryan Realty Company
Dear Will: large tract of land in Florida by oil Governor Albert W. Gilchrist in his Jan. 1, 84%r" Feb. '1,83%; Peas: Jan. '

While we don't get in Maryland operators from other states who; are race for 'the United States Senate. 1, 83%; Feb. 1, 58%; Potatoes: Jan. Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, . 'till
do in Florida
quite so many as you planning to bore test wells to find out Mr. Johnson has completed his workas 1, 95%, Feb. 1, 100%; Spinach: Feb. Opposite Graystone Motel

our wild turkeys are some pumpkins. whether oil in paying quantities can compiler of the Year Book for the 1, 73%; Strawberries: Jan. 1, 77%,
Read the slip attached and see if you be found in that state. It Is said that Tampa Tribune and will open up

can find anything to surpacs: it. mw 'indications give promise, of oil headquarters for Mr. Gilchrist in .
Maybe Harris would like to get it :
in .
quantities.Mr. Jacksonville this week.
in the Gazette Maryland item.
i as a W. T. Wells of Melbourne, Flo., of his to
it-- Cold again today, about 18 degrees.. Speaking appointment NewMarketandCash Orange Groves Timber lands, We Pay Taxes for Non-resi-
in letter Manufacturer's Record
' a to the the campaign of ex-Governor
-, Yours truly, manage Cattle Ranches Country and Idents and Act as Owner's
gives some interesting informa- Gilchrist the Florida Times-Union of
>
t' PETER IIARTENSTINE. City Property Agents for Rental' PropertyPURITY .
tion on the subject. lIe writes: I Jacksonville, says: Grocery

There is a grpwing belief that there i Claud F, Johnson, a prominent ,

HE SHOOTS GIANT TURKEY is oil under some parts of this state. ] newspaper man of Florida, will act as, .. --- -- --- ,

--- A few days ago .received a letter', campaign manager for Albert W. Gil Will Open In .

Henry P, Bridges,Kills Wild Gob. from'Hon. P. A; Vans Agnew, one of christ in his race for the United ( \

bier Wei jj {Pounds., the leading attorneys of the state, and States Senate ,! "' /' T "Y' .' :
.! .ng(3 IJ againstSenatorN.PB! tI ffSOUTH KISSIMMEE"t ".,. : ",, l 10, ,' i '!,, 0 ; .4'11
What is thought-by many'
? interests, in which he said: G. Wall. According to announce- I Yc' .Rr3t'MH
: been the largest wild turkey on record
Feb. 26thin
e f in the United States was killed during "Your oil intentions particularly in1-I ment made yesterday, Mr. Johnson Saturday, ..
Rod terest me, as the possibility of findingail will open the state campaign headquarters -
last at the Woodmont I
the \
r gesso
"t in Florida has been hobby of
a here on March 1. "
'.' and Gun Club in Western Maryland.The the building formerly -
'\ gobbler weighed 34 pounds. Itt mine for many years. About two The acquisition of Mr. Johnson as occupied by The Taste Lingers
we formed a local oil company his will popularmove I
years ago prove a
manager
the I IIf
shot by Henry P. Bridges,
was the Brown & La-
in Kissimmee and went dowrt
Gilchrist with
for Gov. a large
secretary of the club. Mr. Bridges It's Made in Kissimmee. Special Prices to n II
about 1800 feet. Unfortunately the the nier Meat Market.
presented the bird to Daniel Moreau number of people over state, as

Barringer, of Philadelphia, who had it company became financially embar- he is one of the best known newspaper Lodges and Church Socials.

f mounted by an expert from the Philadelphia rased for lack of satisfactory response -. writers in Florida, having' been We will handle a

Academy of Natural Science from the stockholders to as- associated with many dailies duringthe complete line of ..
1 sessments, and the machinery was recent session of the general as- I GROCERIES and PURITY ICE CREAM CO. -

sold. My friends are contemplating and later traveled the peninsula .
'I; sembly .
from letter i PAUL
f.' The following extract a with the intention MEATS. .... McKEE, MKr.
reorganizing the company for a special year book edition. : ill
to Mr. .
written by Mr. Ballinger I
:. of boring 3000 feet. At the
Bridges gives some interesting data Another phosphate mine baa been PHONE 41 "We Deliver the Goods"
point where the boring was discontinued Goods Fresh .
. concerning wild turkeys: .
they were drilling in an intensely opened at Bartow, adding more to
"You will be interested to know
of the state
thin important industry
hard rock, the hardest that .'
that the big turkey has been mountedby Prices
and that section. Right
I the contractor had ever struck, and he
- --- -
t Mr. McCadden, of the Academy of -'-
,was nn experienced oil contractor who ... .....
--
; Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, and A number of farmers are planting .. .. _
hud bored in and the - - ---- --
'r; is wonderfully' lifelike. ]He is represented I Pennsylvania Roselle at Fort Meade, which will be & Lanier -
:. middle West oil fields. This rock, I Cody .
as walking, the hindfoot partly
believe, is called Trenton rock in the utilized by the cunning and preserving
t raised to take the first step, but with
factory there. r
Rust and the oil is usually found under I
his i head thrown and turned slightly I :.
t, up __
it." __ _, ._ '_ ,, u
I -- -- '
r. in an attitude of strict attention, i't -
\ About a year ago they commenced Ir .
,L-I'I to bore near Ocala, but ran out of

money. They are now at work near
., pleting his step. I shall have somephotographs
Sanford und it is rumored that
a'
,
token of him and prob-I
/ flowing well has been struck at Plant NEW SPRING GOODS
ably have one enlarged to be
j" the clubhouse. I City and is "capped" and being kept THE UNIVERSAL CAR

quiet at present. .
"You will also! be interested to
I While I do not pretend to be NOW ARRIVINGWe
know thnt Dr. Witmcr !Stone, one of
age-I
', the leading ornithologists of America, ologist, I have always The same strong, serviceable Ford carbutat
that Florida had been formed
, if not of the world, immediately recognize a lower price. The Ford car, which is
from the Appalachian range and
J
i, '. of what New is Mexico.known nr lie Mcrriam'sturkey brought I the very newest formation we arc un- invite the people of owners, has a record for utility and econo'

down from the museum one of these derlaid by the oldest. Consequentlyit my that is worthy of your attention. Tw'oI
.' would seem possible that oil wouldbe Kissimmee and and make
especially two four'- there
birds and we compared it feather for wouldn't be so

1 feather and there is practically no rock.found on both slopes. of this bed the ladies' to view our new I many Ford cars if they didn't give such

variation excepting that .this turkey is splendid service. Prices lower than J
In this connection it be inter ever
may
.. enormously specimen. Dr.huger Stone than says the there Mexican can esting to mention that' just before the spring stock which is coming Runabout ti390: ; Touring Car 440, f. o. b.

be no doubt that the bird is descended discovery of oil in Louisiana soma in daily. Detroit. .

from this particular variety of :Mexican years ago the Manufacturer's Record Get Yours From
. ,.:' received a letter from one of the best ->
. turkey. Dr. Stone also said that
J posted business men in the state, in LUPFER & PRATHER
he had never seen a wild! turkey which
t aproached in size to this great gob which, refrring to the future of Louis- See Our New Line of KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA4i

bIer." iana, he said: "You know there are 1 i .
no minerals in Louisiana," and he indicated -

r... Plans are under wax to open a his belief in the fact that Queen Quality Shoes
\ good road from Juno to Rivera and Louisiana) would have to depend upon ''I

from there to the ocean by the county its agricultural and timber resources ,,

a .'l comm! ioners of Palm Beach county. for its future development. Since
then, Louisiana has become one of the

Wort on the road from Sebastianand great oil producing and refining

north of' Grant is being\ pushed states of the union, a center of great H. C STANFORD COMPANY f

:'A* rapidly *. possible, and .s'soon .s natural-gas activities,, producer of I
the s.y n4. bridge are completed about one-half of the world's outputof 1

"'" ,bard surfacing will b* 114. "i sulphur and is now recognised as .. -II'... -II... .. -.,.,. .11I ....", .. -.,.,. : ;.
-fit ... I I, -7--
a 1- '_ .. T .. I.

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.

FR FEBRUARY 25,1916 '"THI EIJS.M Mil VALLEY GAZETTE It
,FACES.,

Mrs. Wm.' Roach-pillow. with silk Mrs. Barnes-canned pears; honor tion to this has been T
" country at the fine commercial facilities through It
t Osceola Prizes At South Florida embroidery' ; .Ant., ., .able mention fMrs. lowest ebb' for, many decades, while railways, its ports ''and waterways, a*

Mrs. Ira Wetherbee" -palmetto basket !. ;Barnes-'guava. Jelly; honor- the call to arms of the various E uio- large territory awaiting the constant

; firstMrs. : able mention.' p 'an countries has taken from this aide of removals from other states in
Elizabeth Floyd-antique cot Mrs. M.: D. :Alexander-canned country! hundreds of .
thousands of
Fair and the five former order to locate underits sunny aides.
j IL Countyfairf '
ton cards? first strawberries' : first: residents within its boundaries It gains but little by direct immigration ,

Mrs. A. J. Holt-reed' basket; first. Mrs. .-M. D. Alexander-preserved. New Jersey is becomir g with every from foreign countries, and 1

Miss Bertha' Bryan-princess slip strawberries; first. year more and'mO"t on adjunct of its population has probably a greater

(ConUnuedTfrom. Page 1)) hay made from pea vines. J i, with lace; first. Mrs.,. M. D. Alexander--canned New York state apd the, large gain percentage of native born than any '

bushels of 'seed oats rust"proof. Edgewater Farms Co..-Best hall. Miss Bertha Bryan-night gown peaches; made by New Jersey 'Is owing to its *t ate in the Union save Vermont. and

Mrs. D. W. ,Douglas-Beat 'bushel bushel of chufas. .? crochet yoke; first. Hill.embroldered"J Mrs. J. H. Harris" -mulberry' pre- closeness of touch with"t.he great Industrial South Carolina.
.
.of Irish potatoes. Edgewater. Farms ,Co.-.-Best half Miss Madeline serves; first.D.I' .. and commercial affairs of the Ohio Js making gains in population,
. bushel of peanuts. bedspread with crochet; first. Mrs.. Richmond-preserved. ap- metropolis. and,when Uncle Sam
... Edgewater Farms Co.-Best box of again,enumerates -
1 ., Mrs. E.A Gross bead work col- ples; first. ,
While New York's
.
Farms gain is but
oranges other than kid glove' naval Edgewater Co.-Best half Miss a these under his starry flag the
variety. bushel of rice lection; first. Madeline Hill-canned pineapple small percentage as compared with Buckeye state will:show" a magnificent

<( B. E. Evans-Best exhibit of celery, Red Ribbons. ART DEPARTMENT Mrs.; first. the'percentages of Rhode Island, New gain" in population.-Cincinnati'\ En-
S. H. Bullockgu'va
: Miss Albina Smith jelly; Jersey or Florida, yet In umber of quirer.
131 stalks or more. J. W. MllIer-.Best.,.exhibit of wal. -painting1 on honorable mention.
f H. bolting cloth first persons gained, it 'Is larger than any
Wetherbee Jr. nuts. ;
-Best peck of Mrs. &auti'rul
M. Tl11er-gu" Jelly honor- of evening area
: ; the states wraps corn
v so far: reported as takinga..tate
''fdaQhoena.. .B. E Evans-.Best dozen ears of Miss Madeline IJiIl-pa.lntlng: on able '
mention. bination of plain and figured material
J. M. Lee-Best exhibit of broom corn. bolting cloth; second. census ry
Pat
f Johnston-guava 'butter; hon New Yoik state in in' bright colors.
1920; It is confidently -
Pat Johnston Best half bushel of
corn. -
rJ Mrs. E. A. ross-palnting on' sat orable mention;
, B. E. Evans-r-The individual making seed rye. predicted, will pass the 10,000- --.
in first and second. Osceola
;
County Canning Club-- 000 mark and if
at the close of
the
I"' the largest and best of Mrs. Horst-Best quart of blackberry
display
first and silver
: celery. wine. Mr. Ware--best pastel landscape.Roy cup. European war the immigration ex- LA GRIPPE. AND FEVER CURED ,

B. E. R. R. Cadman Best box Carr--design for wood carv- i FLORALEXHIBITMrg. pected by Europeans takes place, then "Your
Evans-Best half dozen pineapples qf tanger!! M. A Yowellxhibit of Quick's Chill Tonic cured my
geraniums New York star will
(smooth' cayenne). ines. ing; firstMiss ) ; first. that number. go far beyond husband of LaGrippe and Fever after

R. R. Cadman-Best exhibit of pecans -I LIVE STOCK- )(oga.I \ Frances Bay-platter; first Miss. Jean Caldwell-collection of : Florida made' remarkable the doctor's medicine and other remedies

half peck or'more. I W. W. Carson-Two blue ribb ns'' Miss Frances Bay-bread and. buttes palms; first. .j I of gain in a population duringtl.e percentage failed."

and one red ribbon.A. plate1;; second. Miss Jean Caldwell-single specimen [- first decade of this LULA C. ROACII, Drifton, Fla.
century and it
ORLANDO'' }FAIR E. Thomas-One rod ribbon. Miss Frances Bay=jelly dish; sec- of fern; first. is very evident from the recent state Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c.
The following is a list of premiums Pat Johnson-One blue ribbon and ond. Miss Jean Caldwel]-collection of
census figures that it will duplicatethese
won at .Agricultural and Stock Exhibit red'ribbon.. The Quinine That Dais Not Affect Tto .HeadHecea.
one Livingston-large terns first.
Mrs. Gay vase; ; .. .
gains in the next United States of It tonic and laxative elect LAXA.TIVR
'A' at Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter C. M. Matt.hews-One blue ribbon honorable mention. Miss Jean Caldwell-exhibit of BROMO QCININBI betterthM ordinary
census report.It ._ ...
Quinine .d-dos. not canac a. nor
{" Fair held at Orlando on February 15'to and one red ribbon. Miss Mary Carson-pitcher' ; sea plants In flower; first. has great agricultural resources flna-tn la head. Renumber the loll Barn*and
,
.,;, 19th inclusive. Horses. Mills Jean Caldwell-exhibit of tnok tor toe denature of It. W. GROVK. KM.

,r Osceola County won second place J. W. Miller-On. red ribbon. ond.Miss Mary Carson dinner plate; plants; first.
1 I,:t.. In competitive exhibit of five counties. E. L. Lesley-One red ribbon. second. Miss Jean Caldwell-floral 'design; . ...... .. ..... ... ..............

-'; The prize for the third best collective -"- James Griffin-One blue ribbon.C. Mrs. S. II. Bullock-chocol.t.e set; first.

,:. exhibit produced on one farm A. Carson-Two blue ribbons. : first Miss Jean Caldwell-exhibit of be- CITRUS TREES AT
; was awarded to Pat Johnston. Cattle. I Mrs. S. H. Bullock-collection of gonias; first. ,

f Radclyffe-Cadman Brothers won R. J. Roliflf-Five blue ribbons and china; second. SCHOOL DEPARTMENT RIGHT PRICESWe
:,, the prize for having mode the second four red ribbons. Mrs. S. H. Bullock-salad set; first Finney Point School--collection of

best exhibit of citrus fruit by one in- Pat Johnston-One blue ribbon.S. Mrs. S. H. ,Bullock-salt and pepper native woods; first. tell the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Trees a.

dividual.J. C. Partin-One special ribbon- ; second. fine at can be found at low prices and guarantee them against death.
W. Miller-Best exhibit of walnut worthy mention. Mrs. S. H. Bullock-cream, and su- ST. CLOUD WINNERSMrs. freeze and canker. We 'mean what we say and our guarantee is good 1

- .. Dog.E. gar; second. Marsh-crocheted scarf; first. i n' gold. Let us hear from you.
Pat 'Johnston--Best exhibit of hickory Mrs. S. II. Bullock-stencilled table Mrs. Marsh-crocheted bg; first.,
A. Neimeyer One red'ribbon..
South Apopka Citrus NurseriesOCOEE
nuts. Poultry.Pat cover; first. Mrs. Marsh-wine; first.
Pat Johnston Best half bushel of Miss Hettie Rice coronation
Johnston-Two blue ribbons Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-tankard; centerpiece (INCORPORATED) FLORIDA
seed rye. second. ; first.
and one red ribbon. .....o..o.oooo..o.ooooo.o.o..oo..ooo..o.o... ..
Mrs. J. W Prentigest half Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-dresser Mrs. Harvey Smith-antique counterpane -
,
Mrs. E. A. Thomas' -One blue rib-
bushel each! variety of peas enteredfor set first. ; first. .
i
bon and two red ribbons. ; J
I
exhibit Mrs. S. W. Rode-crocheted jacket; ./ / .
J. A. Cheek-Two blue ribbons. Mrs. L. U. Zimmermanlargevase lwuw* tfw.May
J. M. Ixve-IJeht 50 Ibs short staple second. first. I
M I). Alexander-One red ribbon. ;
seed cotton Miss Ella McAlister-baby quil( ;
Mrs. L. U. Zimmermo-n-pitcher
;
S. F. Fansler-One blue ribbon. J '
J. M Leo-licit exhibit of broom irst. I Lumber Co.
I Sheep. first.Mr.
corn. 'I !Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-sugar and Wane-pastel picture; first.
Edjrewuter Farms Co.-Tunis rum; I -
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,F J. M. IA'e-I.uI'Il't and lest bunch red ribbon. creamer: ; second. I Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
of ape-fruit I Mis. L. U. Zimmerman-dinner : 8 O

J. M. Lee-Best bale of nee straw rv.so" W
Mrs I'. K. Weaver-nightgown, Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-cup and CENSUS:'/ REPORTS 0) I
,. hay.W.
,V. CUI'son-nest peck of arti-. fine sewing; first saucer; first and second. 0 .1
..
\_. siokes. Airs. P., K. Weaver combination; Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-bread and < Shingles and Laths :

't 4 W. W. Carson-Bcbt barrel of vel- :.f\rst.\ I butter plate; first. The state of Florida, according to

vet beans in pod. Mrs. P. K. 'eaver-.embroidered Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-salt and recently published state census returns HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY '

Wm. Boswell-Best exhibit of rad princess slip; first pepper; second. : shows a gain in populationsince '
Mrs. P. K. sheets AU we ask U let nt figure OB your estimates. !
ishes. Weaver-pair ; I Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-brooch; 1910 of nearly twenty-three per
J. A. Hultiquist-Best exhibit of I first.Mrs. first | cent, while New Jersey gains nearly Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.

cassavas.. M. E. Waring-dress, fine Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman-hat pin; I twelve per cent, Rhode Island 8 9-10
11. E. Robinson-Best exhibit of sewing. I firstMrs. per cent, and Wyoming falls into a Phone 21' Kissimmee, Fla' < '

,5 extracted honey, not less than five Mrs. Gay Livingston-baby skirt; L. U. Zimmerman-soup bowl; I decrease of nearly 3 per cent.

pounds. firstMrs. For nearly two years the immigra
B. E. Evans-Best four or mo'O I' W. W. Carson--dress with cro- firstMrs.. L. U. Zimmerman-painting .
-- --- ------ .,,
{ varieties of vegetables which have chet; first. on'porcelain; firstDOMESTIC ","W'-- SJ
"
never been exhibited before in any Mrs. W. W. Carson-crocheted 'ba- SCIENCE DEPT.

p' previous .Mid-Winter Fair.: by socks; first. : k" . Ha Fansler-orange: marmalade;

t', "* ""B. E, Evans-Best display of growing ', Miss Jessie Cox-corset cover; first firet4i; ,i'; 1i:': :.: Obi\.S'(', ''t, ',.\( :'; Ground Natural
..farm, products; .llnclud .fodder: [L\{.Etta.\g Ma'Y'i Suhl-=handkerchief by Ila'Fander--green! tomatpickles/ .; Finely Phosphate
ahd lawn' gras tst\vegetabtes\ ,broom child under 12f flrstJSWW""" .,... fl. W'W1 r 4 first.:" ;nr ". n tzr'{ 'I.

corn and tobacco. MissNina Bratton-fancy apron; Ila Fansler-canned guavas;. first
S. T. Fa aIcr-Best: exhibit of first Mrs. W. J. S. Carr-grape jelly;

strawberries qt. basket. Mrs. Lane Paulk-crochet collection inA.i
S. T. fancier-Best exhibit of beets! ; first. firstMrs.. W. J. S. Carrgrapefruitstraws Lr-, .4

.' with tops. Mrs. Barnes-antique baby dress, ; firet.I .4i

S. T. Fansler-Best exhibit of ((74 years old) ; first. Mrs.! W. J. S.. Carr-mock capers: : i

sweet peppers, 4 qt. bosket. Mrs. Barnes-antique! butter bowl, first. I nc, 2ir yi

C S. T. Fansler, best exhibit of car |i hand carved; honorable mention. Mis. J. W. S. Carr-canned figs;

rota, dozen. 'I Mrs. Bratton-/'-drawn work; first. fI rat.

S. T. FansUf-best exhibit of rutabaga -' Miss Boston+-t.able cover with cro- Mrs. W. J. S. Carr-kumquct jelly; A straightforward r-
turnips, with tops.S. i chet; first. honorable mention. , I I it,t real estate dealer, ad- ' ItI

T. Fan-sler-Best exhibit of tur- Mrs. W. II. Farmer- quilt; first. Mrs.. Barnes-kumquat. preserves; l ,;. visingwilhayoungman,
I said "When(
nips, other than rutabagas, with tops. Mrs. J. J. Farmer-silk quilt; first. first. l : you rent property 1,
Mrs. Horst-Best quart of black-. Mrs. J. J. F'arn'ier-knitted bed- Mrs. Barnes-blackberry jam; first. I, 1', you are paying for it, but \ I
you don't get any( equity and in the I
berry wine. spread; first. Mrs. Barnes-fig pickles; first.
end better off than
I. II. Wetheibee, Jr.-Best bushelof Mrs. Welc.h; -lunch cloth; honorable :Mrs. Barnes-fig jam; first you are no at first.,
Better make deal where of the
a some rent
Mrs. Barnes first
mention.
sweet potatoes. -fig preserves;
"
applies on the purchase price.
W. L. LangrBest exhibit of hides
y and skins. 0 Florida farmers and fruit growers have been too largely

; New Eden Plantation Co.-Best I C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. / fertilizing their crops on t he plan as that of the man 1i I I I

r half bushel of seed oats, rust proof who rents his house from month'} inonth. They have gotten ;t '' Ih

New. Eden Plantation Co.-Best exhibit I The Waters & Carson only the increased yield of one y'ur'acrops to cover their outlay.
of syrup' from cane. Nature's method is different. She starts in to build up fertility.
Why not follow her in ?
New Eden Plantation Co.-Best ex- i more closely your work (
-

hibit of of Eden cane green Plantation and sugar cane( cane products.New Co.,-10 Best!'.stalks exhibit - Grocery Company Why Not Get All .The Plant Food Paid For \



:

t'..., New Eden Plantation Co.-Best I i NaturMwn-finely ground naturallb""phale-oot only lupplir plant food in form Imm..lu.t..lyavailable
' bale of hay made from crab grass. GROCERIES Under modern mrlhinU of (cultivation but i b of urh permanent character a* will give increased
., New Eden Plantation Co.-Best fertility through a period of your. a

collective exhibit of dasheens. ,. The first cost u loss than that of ordinary fertiliser, the effect on the crop to which applied
Edgewater Farms Co.-Best bale otl are a* noticeable, and (the iiutwequi-nt benefit much greater. It. ue for several mount
--
in succession will build up the oil in a way that can never be dooe by artificial fertilizer"

0000000000040044 0000000000000600 I NaturMwn ha the approval of arirntists; and agricultural experiment italioo.
YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, 0 0 4 ___ U bin been fully anil l satisfactorily tried out ii the experience" of successful.
0 WE SELL: + 0 WE BUY S..i.1 farmers and fruit grower We have the evidence of the trutb of all our __
l- FEVERISH CONSTIPATED 0 t 0O t -ti. claim for it. Let u* prove to you that you need Naturmra_your' JuF \\ '
Mother!_ If tongue is coated .. HAY HIDES ... 0O "Dame on a postal will bring the 1",1Ao."

cleanse little bowels with "Call- 0 ,
0 GRAIN
..
"s fornia Syrup of Figs." 0 O FURS 4O Lakeland Phosphate Company ,,
0O
4 FERTILIZERS
after giving -
r, Mothers can lest easy WOOL O Cyprus A......
"California Syrup of Figs," because in 0 SHINGLES O 0 OO rw v. f
a few hours all the clogged-up waste AND 0 Lakeland Florida r $
sour bile and fermented food gently 0 v ORANGE BOXES 0 0 0O b
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out of the bowels, and have 0
moves you .
0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0o 0
1 \ a well, playful child again. COUNTRY
1 :' Sick children needn't be coaxed to VEGETABLE CRATES *

.- !.III!: this harmless "fruit laxative. . 0O 4 PRODUCE 1 ; ,
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1 Millions of mothers keep it handy be- s 4.
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'eauMliihey! know of its action on the 0000000000000'000 o.ooo .O000.oo . :

,y stomach, liver and bowels is prompt
,t and sure. I V We tell field and garden seeds of all kinds.

Ask your druggist for a 50-cent Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping: parties.

r >'bat' of "California Syrup of Figs," Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. i : oi
a which contain. directions for babies, We are county agents for good fertilizer Ask ut for circular and prices

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' 4 THE 'KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 1919 rV*,

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the Kissimmee Valley Gazettes and perfect days of June of which the poet tellsus 'rooming houses have been crowded and' in fact for '

s I ..=:is a'dream of never-ending delight to the 'lover 'the past several weeks the city ha been entertaining ,'

o of outdoor life, hundred of winter ..vnitort. SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

j ,. 'eSI.. V ,II.J'.q......B-r.rr a.1dl.g.' Friday.t ". ".._1__. Fla. occasional But the motorist must be willing' to tackle aq / We are glad this i j. true, but we should have eve'nI , '
piece of bad road.Florida's and will have if show those
we who are here AND OSCEOLA COUNTY I "j
progress in road building within the last I That
W. B. HAItlUS AND B. Q. VAN AGHBW, O".r80: we appreciate their coming. And we are doing -

B.: II!. NAUGLE. KdltWr ..d Maaarr'; two/years is simply amazing., Hundreds miles of that this -)'ear 'more than ever before. We are CI oo 09'1J1J1JV' 99.. .
splendid highway have been built, and hundredsof "'OOOOU.O giving them l band concerts, one and two each week
.......rlpU.. rtal.at miles of brick, sand-asphalt and other hard roads alert woman's ; The third county -commissioners' people of Florida than to start a, 'd,
One Copy., On.'Tear ,..__._:.__.___.. ., fl.EO' : through our ever : organisation, we of 1
are' constructed Dirtlreets the purpose revisingths
One Copy SI. Month ..................... 1.00 :. being or 'projected. have given them weekly entertainments 'at the Hart district of Osccola county will vote campaign..for ;
Vn* Copy Three, MontM-..'.._...."....-r-.... -.7t in dozens of small towns have given'way to an : Memorial building; here also we have fog:them a March 11th on the propositi. .of laws of the state .with regard to

aggregate of hundreds of miles 'of splendid brick rest room. Our golf'club is giving them the forming: a separate road district and libel. .. 1'1

'_wrreapondenta All communication. must be, except iK.iu-d from by' th.our writer.authorized streets, kept so. cleanas to put shame to most of to play golf and Manager Pierce, 'the opportunity : ,, new issuing bonds for road construction to According! to a decision' the .Supreme '

Rjucted matter will not b* returned unle, .* called the smaller towns. of other states." West and South man in charge p.f the Gra)! tone hotel is 'makingthat the amount of $150,000 ''fpr, Building] Court, newspapers are practically .
for. alike. hardsurfaccd road from St. Cloud to ,
a
hostelry a social center prohibited 'from giving the ordin.ary .; /

i (KnU.-Pd: tn'tJje Poitorncv In Klmlmmee. .: Klr4da, Indeed, in street making, in road building and in Let's keep up the good work and plan even larger the Brevard county line, there to join .news from ;the courts!, and a news; .' ;

M lecond-clAas matter.. many lines of municipal work Florida towns are and better things next when with the road to the East Const at Mel pcper; that publishes the substance'of
year
setting a pacv'that the best-managed towns and many new bourne.-Fort .Pierce! Tribune 'a de'elaration or bill of complaint; o"
t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1916! I counties of even the old and rich 'New England hard-surfaced roads (built! we can claim still further -.>- tells of evidence'submitted to''t ,

r- I states will find hard to follow. i I I attractions for the tourist. Concerted effort will A meeting of the Executive Committee .
court in an important I lawsuit Isning n.
Once more! I If is a revelation to note Florida's. progress in make Kissimmee' just as popular a winter, stopping of the Florida Press! Association considerable! risk'of :
I prosec on
in. the We "have ,
place as state. the natural' I
any Orlando.
these held
after absence i was -in Thursday
of '
-: :- respects even an only two 1 under the laws as they are now InItsrpreted. '
We say it again. I years.I' I) advantages and it only remains for us to do ourpart. J. evening. .,1 I (: . '

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.. These Kissimmee having l hen selected
developments than as
: mean more mere surface -
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!I It has been pointed out l by a leadingnewspaper i-
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Bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga.Every .. facts for they clearly indicate the spirit of the next meeting place at t.heIiam! writer that the trouble

-" enterprise vim and vigor and the love of cleanliness MORE ROAD PREPAREDNESSWilliam meeting, Thursday, Friday and Saturday ( ,
with the law it now ison the '
visitor "WI .don't ?" and of beauty which are combining to turn"to April 13, 14, ,,15, were selectedas us
says y. you
books and the Court .
-: : the best account the marvelous advantages nature -:- the dates of the meeting. An interacting I statute Supreme
clC''isionlrOl'S buck to the bill of
has given to this favored state. in his address and instructive program was /
And every loyal boosting, citizen says "We will. Jennings Bryan here as we rights in the constitution. If this
-" '- A motor journey can always be arranged that mentioned editorially last week suggested a' planof arranged. The complete program view is correct the work,

.If J the present conditions of the lakefront draws the night' may be spent at some rare beauty spot, building roads as a national defense plan. Now ,will be made public next week. Dr. the law will be considerably reforming greater

unfavorable attention, what would improvementdo where well-kept hotels furnish every conveniencethe comes Congressman Stephens of California with another Lincoln Hulley, president of the Stetson than if it were merely a matter of ,

? most fastidious can ask. While the rate will *road pjan.) He writes the Valley Gazette as University, has kindly consented the for the
to legislature
remind 'one that he'who wants the best must be follows: to deliver an address at the banqueton appealing '

th'e prepared for the cost, whether it be in Florida in the night of the 14th. common justice for which newspaper
The man who takes "the bull by horns"and or I have introduced and am sending you herewithH. ought to seek.

leads the successful movement to bulkhead the New England yet contrary to general opinion, one R. 3667-A Bill to.Acquire Construct and Main- The meeting promises to be the I Inost In any event, the State Press Association ..
lake will be remembered can secure accommodations in Florida's tourist hotels largely attended and importantever
by posterity. I tain a National Defense Highway; To Provide Em- as representing all of the
t equal in respect to the best that New held by the newspaper men of
.- every jployment! for Citizens of the United States and to of Florida'eould set in
}He will have to fight a battle perhaps but did I York or New England can offer at a lower cost. Physically and Mentally Educate Them for Defense.I Florida. Kissimmee has made! a great motion newspapers the machinery to
If a traveler had as large rooms in New York's best (I name for the hospitality of her pea necessary
ever see anything really worth while which was I
you I have no doubt the states through which the ple and her Board of Trade secure the reforms needed.
hotels as he gets here in the best hotels and under- energetic
accomplished without opposition ? It takes opposition ,

National Highway will will the want and to-
gladly give Newspapers ought
to
run
and will not fall down this
took to order such meals as ate provided in the big on occas
to make show his mettle.
a man United States all rights of want pnly but under recent
resort hotels of this state he would find the cost necessary way-perhaps ion.-DeLand News. justice t....
-. hundreds of miles of practically completed high decisions it is apparent that a burden
When St. Cloud. Narcoossee and the other in the North much ahead of prices in the most The Kissimmee Concert Band which
sections ways-provided the United States maintains them. is placed upon the press not contemplated
elaborate hotels in Florida.
of the Third Commissioners District vote Construction and maintenance is to I furnished music during the fair is an liy the people] and which in
commence
$150,000 I in bonds for roads and the remain And turning from these magnificent palaces of excellent and
? good and continue under the authority of the organization its mem- actual practice, works to the disadvantage -
supreme
entertainment /find all of less
der of the $250.000 we'll have almost one can grades ex- bers deserve
county votes President by U. S. Army Engineer Officers. congratulations. The of both the press and the
half million dollars of im- pensive hotels and restaurants to meet every needof village band too often is
a money to spend on a reproach people. Basing its decision on the bill
those who prefer the simpler, quiet life and the The bill adopted will provide the following:
proveritentt' that will be worth 'many times that rather than a credit to a town, but the of rights' the Supreme Court was

siim. VOTE FOR BONDS lower cost. A National Highway circling the United States Kissimmee band is different. Thereare probably exactly correct in its reasoning -

-: :_ But the story of motoring through Florida is best within its borders, and running strategically near several] seasoned musicians in the in the Tampa Tribune case, the
told by the pictures one takes along the journey, the Atlantic Pacific and Gulf well '
Without good roads Osceola county must takea coasts as as our lot and the younger members are difficulty not being the position of
for. they reach the brain through the betten Northern and Southern lines.A
eye Boundry working diligently to reach professional
back seat among the counties of Florida. That'ssomething that body towards the press, but the
.. she has never done. She has always than all the words that could be written. Just a National Highway to be used in times of efficiency in handling their attitude. of the written law itself.
glimpse here and there is given herewith R. E. H.
been among the leaders. That she will remain there peace by automobiles auto trucks and other ve- instruments.-Oilando Reporter-Star. It is the written law that should be

1, is assured for we believe that the bond issues in Daytona, Fla.. February 12. hiciles for commercial and healthful purposes. It is of interest-+to-many beach motorists reformed and a code ndnptetd that,

both districts will carry by majorities that will leaveno A National Highway extraordinarily useful when to know that the brick road while prohibiting libel, would still insure -

room for doubt as to the progressive spirit of WHY NOT A HEALTH CITY HERE? .war threatens or we are attacked. Over it men in :. between Orlando and Kissimmee is that the newspapers could pub-

people in this section of the state. -:- greatest numbers and munitions and supplies can be I nearly finished. Many parties motor lish the actual facts without infringing -

-: :- Why not build a Health City on' the shores of transported quickly to any point North, South; Eastor to these inland cities on the pleasant' on the law and laying themselveslibel

The petition for a separate road and bridge Lake Tohopekaliga at some poinj near Kissimmee? West.A ..days and recently the'road to Kissim-I| to prosecution and which would ..

district composed of all the county except the' When the pew bulkhead and lakefront boulevardis National Highway 10,000 miles long, that will mee has been made a roundabout way better safeguard the people them-

Third District which is already in a campaign for built some day wouldn't it be a fine publicity give work at good wages for many years to at least 'on account of the laying of the new.i| seves in their right) to freedom of8p.ch
<
similar purposes, was signed and ready for the scheme to start a health city bordering upon it? 100,000 American citizens in good times and to sev- brick highway.-Daytona Gazette and of writing which the Con-

: county commissioners within a week. Osceola Fact of the matter is that Kissimmee according eral times that number in "hard times" The em- News. stitution attempts to give them.In -

I, county can do things and_do. them! in a hurry when to statistics is the healthiest city not only in Florida ployment of new men periodically, will add greatlyto -+-- the. united action of the Statp"J.; .
but in the whole United States. The State Press Association at .its Press Association the newRpupers""
: she wants to: Now let's see to it that the election our trained reserves. _
Some writer with penchant for figures recently meeting to be held in Kiscimmec in have their only I hope of a speedy relief -
j, which will be called at the next meeting of the a A National Highway providing physical and men-
April, can do no better thing for the from the situation.-Mi- f
present
made muph capital for the cities of Seattle. Washington
county commissioners is carried by a big majority. tal drill for all manual and clerical employeesthusfitting
of the State and for the 'ami Herald/ 1
and Portland Oregon when he claimed that newspapers i
,
-:- hundreds of thousands of young men for National _. _
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: they were the healthiest spots in the United States. defense-and be better heads of families. .
The Tampa Tribune Year Book, replete with fine to .
We are going to print his figures herewith but A4 $Mj > photographs and splendid articles concerning South
i Florida, has just been issued. The Year Book this we are going to place ahead 'of his figures thoseof I '

is the best ever issued by the Tribune and thatis Kissimmee. HAPPY MEN BETTER WORKERS"I I PRESS COMMENTS I |;
the Board of Health made its
In 1915 I State report -
: saying deal in few words. Osceola
county has a a great fine representation a in- the book which showing ,that in the year 1914 I there were 15 -:- >Mc-fr<*o McU K M+: : : > >oX-x--:a.r.r, .... {..:.{..:_ }4sw 4y5444o
deaths in'Kissimmee.. both white and colored: The was recently ''employed by a corporation t tFINIE'
'J'year- will no doubt attract'more attention to the Central SUGGESTION BY EDITOR the actual expense of this work; and,
State Board of Health using the old) 'census figures write a book descriptive of its great work in giving ,
and I'ROTECT'TIIE the '
Southern portions of the greatest stale in. the JORDAN TO publication is made only once in ,

Union. .'i'r' .". '.r.v.'I;. ,;,'.d'" ,.-t'.:t,'.an ?\.f*:v ," .;"q.,@ "Jt. ", "r ,,,,"\\f i of death'rate,2593 as at the 5.8 population to\ the of thousand.Kissimmee.There. gave were out its work'says employes almost a writer ideal in conditions the Atlanta under Journal.whichto FLORIDA" PRESS. , ,, two years, $250 for one insertion)\>.n I U'' t;,'

:- . \ \ < ':Ii ) not too much "; .-Oca1a.Banner., V ,".,,'
G', really, according to the state census 'about 4500 .'Why do'YOU' use all these betterments I asked. -'reeting \11"' 1 Rs'eCKriE.: ?*ySnL'p': \ >;- I.NOT .'
: Some people think that a newspaper is a con "Is this altrusim?" And I told that if I '
people here which would make the rate exactly 3 was men- AN EASY JOB
Barlow
Association
venience t and all times and of whether the a number of important legislative!
regardless
: or not oil beheaded broken the rack, otherwise A
Kissimmee had the twelve cities on this writer's on or friend of the Reporter-Star
discussed before this
suits the ideas of the I matters were
proposition exactly newspaper honor roll bested by a good margin. The twelve annoyed. "Why?" I persisted. "Well if you must body which resulted in the appointment hand tlv- following) in at the editorial*
; and its makers. They are ever and eternally have the I told "we make work | office c
follows was with
cities quoted were as : answer. easy of lion. A. P. Jordan editor of a-suggestion that it be
forward with for their
coming proposition
some new Population and for helpers because it in
pleasant our pays us published. It is pleasing to
Total or the Punta Gorda Herald] as a committee comply
particular benefit and in their selfish minds ns July
own own
f .. real Easy work is efficient work efficient with this
tenth DfitthH 1. ISIS. e money. ; request so here goes:
of to formulate these ,
they think is for their particular for Year tlmoteil pne suggestions -i
a newspaper use Itatper by
work-that's the
work is 'It
profitable not
TliollHnnd. 1915 UH .Vimu answer. infrequently happens that r
CUT for the of fretting ,
in it. Some purpose
boosting
r to swallow the soft newspapermen handed are to so them gullibleas but Seattle Wash. _____ 7.78 2.573 330.834 Now, if you will be real good l and read the following them properly before the press of the | n man with an axe to grind, finds ?'

soap Portland Ore. ____ 7.81 2.130 272.833 paragraph .which I have lifted from the state and through the before fault with the newspaper editor or '"
otherswell the in Florida press
enlightened! ,
;. daily growing in numbers. ones are Salt Lake City. Utah 10.33 1.174 113.567 Journal of the American Medical Association, you'll the people. The following) are the publisher because Iw refuses to turn

i Milwaukee Wis.___ I 11.04 4.726' 428.062 Here's the grindstone for him.
1 need no more of my editorializing. the extract suggestions as formulated by Editor It is then,

I Lynn. Mass. ______ 11.96 1.200 100,3161 : Jordan: that we hear him speak out in fiery
'J bob holly editor of the sanford herald has lost''' ;
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465.367 I words of
his usual poise and soared off into the realms of Los Angeles Cal. __ 12.47 5.802 111,669 "Human life is gradually becoming recognized asa "1. The injustice of the present libel condemnation against the
] Cambridge. Mass. __ 12.92 1.443 '' weak kneed wobbly. spineless crawly;
,
fiction. That's why his without business asset. This is a'new fact in the development ]law arises from the wording ofsection
we spell name Cleveland, Ohio _._ 13.20 8,670 656,975 clammy, flabby, I brainless publicationsthat
"caps"and the name of his also. be of the race. Life insurance companiesare 13 of the bill of rights of the
I \ paper Just (
Seminole" the Rochester N. Y. ___ 13.27 3,328 250.474 realizing that they can increase their dividends state constitution. The words '(f'">d! haven't the courage to say their

cause Orlando he takes county in "too won much territory"county prize in the at Springfield Mass. __ 13.41 1.385 103,216' faster by cutting down the death rate than by motives' should be stricken out, and soul is their own and that they are

headline his article about the fair. The head Grand Rapids. Mich. 13.56 1,705 125.759 increasing sales or by reducing expenses. Employers to this end a constitutional amendment : owned body hoots and breeches by
over. I St. Louis Mo. ______ 13.64 10.172 745.9881 patrons of the advertising 'olumna."h1'al'illhly .
(
line reads : ''Seminole Carried Off All Prizes at the of large numbers of human machines are realizing should he submitted. I

Midwinter Fair; Won Capital Prize and Every I As a further evidence of f how Kissimmee leadsas I the surprising fact that as a cold business prop- "2. A law should be passed to permit the this wise gentlemanevpresses ,: ,
osition it not in sentiment, but in dollars to newspapers to publish any matters opinion that what the
Other One at Orlando. Seems to us that we saw America's healthiest city it may be cited that pays town needs
some 200 ribbons, blue red and otherwise, pinned I mortality statistics reported from 25 states t take good care of their employes. Business men contained in the public] recordsof i is -wide-awake, independent ,

to Osceola county exhibits and we are positive the District of Columbia are. and from 32 cities instates are learning that well fed well clothed, contentedmen town city county or state, and ; and newspaper One that if fearless -

that we drew down the second county prize. Really I, whisk do not make full reports. This territory and women, working in well lighted well ven- forbidding the taking of any I legal I body. and beyond he t the control of any-
is
it can't be true then, bob that you got all the prizes.Be I contains two-thirds ((66.8 per cent) of the tilated quarters and on schedules arranged in accordance action, civil or .criminal against editors !I.<. that if just! as sure as he can
somebody would]
a little generous and let us have a couple hundred '' total population of the country. In 1914 the latest with our modern knowledge of psychologyand or owners of newspapers publishing i a start such
)I nl'I\'pllper|> in the lawn it
physiology actually turn out more work and such re..ords-unless it can l he'' would be
or so.FLORIDATHE. year for which the census bureau has figures for the I a howling
the death thousand better work than Underpaid, discontented help clearly shown that the publication( success from the first dayof
- -- - registration rate per was
MOTORIST'S PARADISE 13.5. This was the lowest t on record the most working under uncomfortable and insanitary condi- ; thereof was prompted by mali.ce. "pul"l'>llcl1tion.i is

favorable year prior to 1914 having been 1912. 'I tions. Therefore large corporations are spending :' "3. There should.be] a law to prohibit I lieves what selfish, of ('ourse. but hebe, ,

liberally in playgrounds rest rooms, libaries, the publication of l legal noticesof he says is true, because
Stand on any prominent corner of Kissimmee at for which the death rate was 13.9. money he knows;
tI'' any hour of the day and you may note automobiles I From this it may be seen just how much loweris I gymnasiums, sanitary lunch rooms, moving picture any kind in newspapers that haves' publishing nothing about, the businessof

bearing the licence tags 01( many stales of the Union. Kissimmee's death| rate of 5.8 or 3, as you may shows safety devices, ventilating systems and simi- : not been published at least one year, idea of what newspapers and has no
I lar devices 'for the well being and enjoyment of or i iiji any that are not printed wholly I it costs to produce a .
.
Touring parties are passing through the city every wish to say than that of the entire country. daily, .up-to-date; in all
day in numbers. Many of them stop here for "a Who will start the Health City in the healthiest I their employes."If within the county. 'Patent' pages cut > and so edited of its departments -

few days'rest oq -their journey As: more and bet spot in America? one asks these men why they are doing these advertising" rates below cost. | the favor of the as to appeal to I

ter roads are built these touring parties will increase. --- : ; things they will disclaim any charitable or philanthropic I 4. All town city, county and "The business people .i

t' Each year greater numbers of visitors are comingto TOURISTS' HERE IN LARGE NUMBERS motives: 'This isn't; charity," says one firm state officials] should be required) bylaw I is a of newspaper publishing -

Florida by automobile. and spending the winter :- 'we want that clearly understood. This is simply ] to buy all their blank books and I is probably, precarious one and there \
:. printed stationery for their offices no other venture that requires I
season riding about (from place to place enjoying : There are more tourists in Florida this year than good business management and common sense. A I from Florida] printing concerns, if I so much constant and careful i1* .

our wonderful climate. ever before. Indications point to the fact that there I well man is of more use to us than a sick man. A such be attention to details, keen -
I I supplies can furnished by so a foresight -
That Florida is a veritable motorist's paradiseis will be even more next All this means contented work and and
I year. prosperity : happy woman turns out more Florida printers so extensive an outlay of I
the opinion of no less art authority that R. II.
for Florida. It is said that right in the
I now better work than Therefore "5. The mental energy, as the
the talented editor of the Manufacturer's I an unhappy one. any- Bryan primary law should making of a
Edmonds
East Coast it is
resorts next to impossible to successful
; I) get thing do to make the people who do be so amended as to give the news- claily.-Orlan Reporter
Record, published at Baltimore. Mr. Edmonds is we can our
accommodations. Every hotel and rooming house fair Star.
pending his winter touring Florida and was recently I Il is filled to capacity. The climate this year has been work at ease in mind and body we regard as good papers vertising. returns candidate for political ad u

\ a visitor in Kissimmee. Since that time he has I especially favorable and it is reasonable to suppose business management just as we regard fire insur federal office Every should be for stateor The extension of the Seaboard Air
allqwed
,'>I written for his paper the following article which he that every tourist who goes back north will be a ance, improved machinery and labor saving de spend for advertising as much to Line railroad from 'Bartow to a met J
surrounded with two pages of photographs of pret booster. If he is he will influence others as point on the east coast will '
to com
ty scenes along the way. The article reads as follows -( next come vices.: The firths that have realized the !enormous $100 in each daily and $25 in each in a very short time. ,t.

year. of this discovery already weekly. '
importance are reapingthe
: Right here in Kissimmee there are more visitors "6. The fees for '
t A motor'' trip through Florida, with its glorious than 1 there have been for several years. We will benefits. The conservation of the health of laws passed by each publishing the All is in readiness for the; big regatta ,

summer-like climate all the winter months--rather have more next year. employ will be a fundamental principle of good should be 'increased from legislature .at Mount Dora February 18th." > ,

...a climate which mock by its superiority those rarer I I[ On several. occasions recently the 'hotel' and I II business management in the future.' You know, that $100 does$100 not to cover$250. by and fast records speed are boats.'PACE. expected. to be broken. ,:II'



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I FRIDAY THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE PACE .
FEBRUARY 25 1916
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1 to-OHo'ot. 0 O"C .0.00.000000- L. Moon of'Sutherland, Miss Eliza ;
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I Wright, Orlando Miss Mary McMul-

0 FLORIDA EPWORTII len, Largo; Secy. Rev. O E. Rice, B. H '
St. Cloud
1 Department LEAGUE NOTES S. Pemberton,' E. A. Gallagher" and ROYAL J

M.-1I, Jones, of Tampa
OoOHoo oo. oooooO.OO
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+ .NEWS,AND NOTES OF:THE ."WONDER CITY," FROM OUR OWN It will be of much interest to the league conference'by Bishop tT. H. McCoy -

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Florida pworth'Leaguers and their Birmingham, Ala:, Dr. J.. Mar- BAKING POWDER 1
d ? friend, to know of the continued vin Culbrette,' ,Nashville, Tenn.; Rev.

I growth 'of.this'organization. On account W,' F. Dunkel, St. Petersburg,; Dr,

,1 I Mr. and Mrs. C.' K. Hendrix entertained ets, which will be sold,to the highest I I of the limited apace allotted it Cooper, Tampa; Rev. J. L,1Moon, Abao/utoly Pure .r 9

; ', '..* last Friday afternoon: l In honor bidder. Lunch'wllf be served to those each week in the Florida Christian Sutherland, and Rev. R. Ira Barnett, No Alum-No Phosphate.

'j fl, of Prof. George Roscoe, leader of the unable to secure'sket' for 10 cents. I Advocate, they have been appealingto of Perry.
"Rogers Goshen O rche tra." The Coffee free. There will be music and the state press for recognition and ,
f
} t *Kfrt7Belva welcome. the extended them ,has been
.oot guests present were > LOck. games. Everybody I courtesy than ever this year, "All for ,

I, 'r.-ood, the.only woman who ever ran Mrs. Mary Stark and Miss Eleanor much appreciated. Christ. Encouragement from those' as compared with. 1035 in 1915, an Increase February have been generally dry

for President of the' United States; i Sarbinowski, of Detriot, Mich., arrived Kissimmee figures quite prominently interested will be much appreciated. of 14 per cent throughout:>> the state, and there will

'IT I Mr. and Mrs. ,L N; Burch, Mr. and last Friday to spend a few day: in Florida .League history, since I III Reports from leaguers thankfully re Carrizo' Springs section, including be some trouble in obtaining moisture

j| Mrs.. Jones, Mrs. Cummings, MissesX'V .I with -Mrs. John Washer' Missouri June, 1894, the first chapter was or ceived. Let us be busy. "Hours are I Atascosa, Cameron, Dimmit and Hi- enough to germinate seeds in ,some

. ;|/, ,, Eda L. Epple and Edith Harrod, and avenue and Thirteenth: street. II ganized here, and on June 24, 1904,' golden links, God's token reaching dalgo counties, 632 acres in 1916, as sections. C

li? . John Audrist. The afternoon passed Rev. Arthur Elwood, pastor of the the entertained\ the State League Conference I IKaven; but one by one take them, compared with 249 in 1915, an in- Land should in most cases be work

H'H all too quickly with music Prof. Roscoe famous Boardwalk church at Atlantl" very royally. Kissimmee has lest the chain be broken ere the pil- crease of 154 per cent. ed down immediately after plowing

'!; r' playing tho first violin, John Au- City, N. J., who is also'a famous .lec two very excellent leagues and many grimage is done." California-Los Angeles county, unless there is some specific reason

i t. drist, second violin. They were accompanied' turer, was the guest of his old friends, efficient leaguers. 'MAUD B. LITTLE. 1200 acres in 1910{ compared with for leaving it rough. Any that" .

yi' by Mrs. Cummings and K.w. and Mrs. J. B. Westcott, on Fri- The Epworth' League has for its Ocala. Department Editor. 1600 in 1915, a decrease of 25 per plowed after the first week inFebruary J

'_ Edith Harrod. Miss Eda Epplcras- day last. During his visit the L. L. motto, "All for Christ," Its colorsare cent.From should be disced, harrowed, rolled ,i

i r sisted the hostess in serving punch Mitchell Post Drum Corps tenderedhim white and gold,. jts. emblem, the WHERE EARLIEST STRAWBERRIES this report the striking fact is and harrowed to make a firm.seedbed J

r and cake. a serenade. Dr. Elwood will re- I Maltese cross, and its flower, the vio COME FROM brought out that Louisiana greatly and to hold moisture. The better! the ::1]

' "t J. L. Ha'rgrave, wife and mother, turn to St. Cloud, with which he was let. Their! headquarters are at Nash leads in acreage all other states from surface mulch and the better the in- ,,<

4 ( Mrs. R. G. Reynolds, motored to Or- very much pleased, later on in the ville, Tenn. Their organ :is the Ep The Bureau of Crop ,Estimates, which "earliest production" strawber-: ter spaces are filled the better seedbed 4
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K.ndo on Friday last to attend the fair. season and give his famous lectures, worth Era Mr. Garfield Evans, of United States Department. of Agriculture rice are marketed. will be obtained..

J A concert will be given in the G. Bottled Sunshine, My Mother's Bible Sutherland, their president, is a most has received from a special list
A. R. hall Friday ,, evening by the showing the WORK LATE PLOWED
; and Uncle Sam. consecrated and able leader. of correspondents reports
Rogers band; admission 25 cents. acreage of strawberries in the earliest LAND THOROUGHLY ; NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD
Miss Edythe Jenness is visiting her Kissimmee, in Orlando district, is
: t Misses Lottie and Fleda Doolittleand centers of production. Detailed estimates Thorough cultivation before planting
friends, .Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Berry, the home -of Miss Ceclla Overstreet,
Bonnie Ricketts, Floyd Mosher follow: is to be advised any time. It Is Expels scrofulous humors from the
at Kissimmee. She attended the reception secretary. She is at work very en
'and Mac Arrowsmith attended tho this blood, which cause malaria \
and dance given at the Gray- thusiastically. Florida-Starke section, including especially important year, according constipation

fair at Orlando on Friday last. stone on Washington's Birthday.The Miss Eliza Wright, Orlando, former: Bradford, Clay, Baker, Duval, Nassau, to C. K. McQuarrie, state rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples '
i A surprise party was given last Orlando district, is sending' Putnam and Suwannee counties, 2522 agent for the University of Florida eta Get it at Osceola Pharmacy

,week in honor of Mrs. Charles Rick- department encampment of the 'circular secretary letters in behalf of the first acres in 1916, as compared with 2139in Extension Division. January and on a guarantee to satisfy.Where .-
\ etts' birthday. About forty or fifty G. A. R. will be held in Tampa the
'department of league work, of which 1915 an increase of 18 per cent. .
week of March 23rd, instead of the -- '
of her friends and neighbors being Plant City, Lakeland section, including -
present, light refreshments were first week of April, as planned. Com- she is superintendent.Miss in De Soto, Hernando, Hillsbor- :: J
served and a good time was had by mander-in-chief of the G. A. R. and Cecelia Overstreet rejoices ;

all present. the Alexander national president, will Mrs.be Carrie a is new on the league honor at roll Shingle this month Creek., having She J3umter ough Manatee counties, Osceola 1753 acres, Polk in 1916 and, .r ;: : ::' .

The Odd Fellows will give a mask Barhuburg, pres- first district reportHawthorne as compared with 1342 in 1915, an increase .
Leap Year basket party at their hall ent. A special train will carry the has a new Senior of 31 per cent. r Or

February 29. Ladies to furnish bask- St. Cloud delegation. Louisiana-Including Livingston,
League of fifty and Campville one of
twenty, under the untiring efforts of St. Helena, St. Tammany and Tangi- Cannot Reach

otoOH O>- : is the. guest of Mts. Joe Ward. I the pastor Rev. A. L. Hope. pahoa parishes, 16,500 acres in 1916>
4 is as compared with 15,000 in 1915, an
Miss Callie Sullivan called on Mrs. Wherever an Epworth League ,
00UNIOX CENTER 0 va 1 W. A. Hughey and Mrs. 11. P. Tin- ; properly conducted you will find bet- increase of 10 per cent. "

dull Wednesday.Ethel ter people better churches and better Texas-Alvin section including That is the place you want for
I Brazoria, Galveston Harris and Mat- valuables. Such is
'I and Edith Bnm. and little communities your a stronghold
Revival meetings began Sunday at'' Marguerite: Saucer spent Sunday with. Trinity League, Tallahassee, is on agorda counties, 1177 acres in 1916, our Fire and Burglar Proof, Vault, '
and understand willcontinue
the church we I Nellie and Ruth Sullivan. the honor roll this month for best ''- where we have Safe Deposit Boxes d

t during this wt ek. I Misses' Callie and Susie Sullivan report. They have always done excellent for rent for $3 and'$4 per year.
The C. II. Funk family and :Mr .. ,1.--.;D STOMACH! TROUBLE,
work "All for Christ.
fall HUSH Tuesday
Uarncy
n r s.
and Mrs. Wetherliee attended the fair GASES Olt DYSPEPSIA"Tape's
laft"rl-: It will l be good news to Florida

last week. T1- .-, on the lukc last Thurs- lea|*uedom to know that Miss Lillian
lUaixluand Janrttp Ijiwpon Ruth Diapephin" makes Sick, Sour
d.i\ ' Uhgcly attended, had 1 plenty Carpenter Barton, secretary of the
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Edna and; Lena Hurvey mill Evelyn Gassy; omachs surely feel fine
IJ, of flhTi MMI o\ery one reported t Smith rolled lU the A. 1 11. Story home in five minutes.If I
time for a few weeks, is recovering.
Saturday nflfinoon. which what you just ate is souring on ; s
Perry has a new league
J. E. Hi'/vey left for the cant enaatMonday Ciliiu.it; mid Maynard Sullivan attended your stomach or lies like a lump of w
flourish under the ministry
promises to -
\shi-rc he expects to. engagein th. I Fair ut Orlando last week. lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
of Rev. R. Ira Barnett.
the tomato. work. Rooter, Lawson I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. llarrell of near Alachua Seniors gave an oyester gas and eructate sour, undigested; [I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT 1 I
and Saturday
and hid wife will Orlando, spurt Friday night of
left on Saturday roast last week. Their pastor, Rev.K. food,, or have a feeling dizziness,
,I him in about two weeks. 'I with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sul- fullness bad taste
join Hollister, is now a benedict. heartburn, !, nausea,
Mrs. Bessie, Williams and children livan. They came down to attend the in mouth and stomach-headache, you
Seniors' entertained for DIRECTORS
called at the C. M. Smith. home Friday furneral of his sister who died at her Leesburg )h'is can get blessed relief in five minutes. :
Sweat
Leaguer Dan on departurefor
home in Orlando Thursday night.
afternoon Southern college, where he will Put an end to stomach trouble forever ARTHUR E.DONEGAN JOHN R.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell are old residents -
Mrs. A. D. Story called last Saturday of
large fifty-cent case
take in music. by getting a
a course f
I ,: on Mrs. Nobles, who has been of..East.. Lake. The state league cabinet, conveningin Pape's Diapepsin from any drug.store. J. K. HILLIARD A. W.; i

iv'. seriously ill for several weeks. last month :planned extensively You'reallze in five minutes how needless 1 ;]
Tampa ,
f", Brother ,Austin will preach at the o....O. O..O 0'00....... ..0a' .for the work and outlined a it is to suffer from indigestion, I L '


.," ,4 ,school be special house music)next: at Sunday.both ,services.There will. 0 , .. LAKE", HAMILTON.. '. 0 00- program meets at for Sutherland state conference next June.; which Pres. dyspepsia It's the or quickest' any stomach surest disorder.stomach',i: :::::::''jfC'C::::::: ::::::' ,:

Evelyn Smith spent Saturday night 0000000000000"0'00000.. Garfield Evans and Vice Pres. Rev J. doctor in the! world, It's wonderful. '! -
with Blanche Lawson and Tuesday -
lion. Darrow and his niece, Miss
night with Ruht Harvey.
Darrow, of Hampton Iowa
i Irene IliUMrrd and her guest Miss Gladys r
have returned north after a visit at
: Mary Beck Burgess, were calling in
r the I-atham. home here. They had The of the worldare
the Boggy: Creek neighborhood Tues "
day afternoon. been Rico. to Panama Cuba. .and Porto "Uncle Billy" Plants More Grove eyes

Among those who visited at the C.
: C: W. Thomas has returned to his '

', Bell M. Smith Myrtle. home Barber Sunday, Jim were and Susie Earl home weeks at.spent Coryclon here Ind.looking, after after several. his Of Course He Buys Buckeye Trees on the man whoSAVES -

Barber, Alfred Gntlin, Joe Harvey,
Everett Smith. and Blanche Lawson. property.
Will Fortenberry was a pleasant Mrs. A. E. Clem is visiting rela- "Uncle Billy" came in to the Buckeye of- '

visitor in this community Sunday. tives in St. Petersburg. for a few fbes while in Tampa for the South Florida

Aaron Story returned home several last !days.A delegation; from here attended. Fair and left order] for ..trees to plant a new
absence of
week after an ,
weeks. the.Dixie Highway meeting at Bar- ten-acre grove.

tow Friday morning. The party consisted -
Rosier Lawson and his charmingwife of U. S. Martin, W. J. Rich- "Thought I wouldn't(] put out any more
two
visited his parents a day or
last week. ards, C. C. Dye, J. Reed Ramsay, S. fruit," remarked the good old Florida cracker.

F. Panarie, Owen Panarie, Mrs. S. F. Just sold that
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith attended 'But I reckon I'd! better.

church at Center Park last Sunday. Panarie, Miss Violet Panarie, August twenty of six-year trees. for a moment man
Johnson, Chris Johnson, James Coar- PAUSE young ,

S sey, Rev. A. E. Clem,. Wm. Wisard, "A doctor from the North came along and] a thought to self. The
aa Oscar Grossheim, J. H. Craig;, Geo. F.
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00- asked! I told him I warn anxious- .
figger.
EAST LAKE a Spore C. W. Thomas McCormick.The my problems that confront now or
you
Lake Hamilton Board of Trade to trade, and he said it seemed so. But he ,

00-aaaaaa0aaa6a000a040a00aa0aMr.. O became a member of the Dixie Highway came back with the cash will a few years hence.

association at the meeting in I .
and Mrs. II. G. Redditt and
Jake of Taft, Fla., motored down Bartow Friday. I "Did I make any nioney on the deal? Say of affairs in state BatioB
son, Look about yon-th. men country, -ye",
with Mr. and Mrs.G. Messrs. Grant and Wengston returned are in cahoots with them income tax fellersr -
and spent Sunday you ii the world, are the mea who started to eve early" fai life.
L. Sullivan and family. They also to their home in Winchester, Ifuh! Do you !pee' anything; green in my

attended church at East Lake Sunday. Va., after a visit at the W, J. Richards .- eye? I-reckon I a little more than broke even. They hare the respect and. confidence the comatunity.

Mr.: and Mrs. M. P. Tindall and lit- home. t

tle daughter, Nellie, of Barton Lake There will be a school entertainment "There's been a lot of other nursery fellers]) Then look on the other side-at the fellow who spend sj they

attended church Sunday. They spent at the chool house Friday evening 'uns make-they may hare a. food time for a while, bat what does their
Since
Plant given by the school children.The to see me, I tell yah. you put my .
the afternoon with their son, personality reflect .
I and wife. I meeting of theJoard of Trado picture in the papers they've tried mighty

Miss Susie Sullivan called on Miss I Saturday evening will be devoted especially hard to sell me some of their trees, but didn't! A dollar or .. deposited. in this bank will bo ...
to the boat canal matter. J--. .
Callie Sullivan Monday afternoon.. nucleus of an honorable, independent. career.
, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and Burns of Winter Haven, the promoter "Why? Lordy, must 1. tell you again? Make your beginning BOW today. Your

Iittt t daughter, Miss Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. ; and will originator be here to of tell the all boat about canal the Well]), all right! Because / know Buckeyetrees bank book will pave tile way.
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur' plan, who them and
I A. D. Story organization and aims of the / know the men grow
plan,
Lake
Haye attended church at East boat course club. I know I can depend on what they say and

Sunday. Board" of Trade is making a what sell." ,
Mrs. J. W. Ward and Mrs. H. P. The they State Bank
,
Tindall called on Mrs. W. H. Ward steady increase in membership, and

11 and her mother, Mrs. 'Nobles, who is is doing a great deal of good work. There are thousands of Plenty of time to plant

; seriously ill at the home of -Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Weston have "Uncle Billy's" in Florida. groves this spring it, you, of
KissimmeeCapital
moved to Haines City.A Order /
Ward. Send for the new Buckeye start now your
;.} .... and jolly party of young people spent and begin clearing
(' Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bass Sunday evening in a motor boat party j catalog and find out more trees stock ________:._________, ____ ______$100.000.00Re

Nancy Griffls spent,Sunday with Mr. on Lake Sara. aboutthe reason why. your land at once I MrcM over _______.________________________ 400OOO.tO '
and Mrs. Buck Bass. I

i', Mrs. J. E. Tison and Mrs. H. P.j T--- Ofkm and Directors.

Tindall were the guest of Mrs. W. H. CHICHESTER s PILLS buckeye NurseriesM. C A. CARSON. Pre t. J. M. LEE. Vie Prerf,
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j Sullivan Tuesday. : BBANBV, yy E. Gillett D. C. Gillett t
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Mr*. B. H. McClellan returned Saturday I+tLMrr..aLnM I. &.4 .=... -.=.... _r:: lie O 1057 Oaken' Bank Bid,., Tampa, Florida M. KATZ. :tad Vie Piwl

:t''' from St. Cloud where she had a..w .aa BREAKER-BARCLAY REALTY CO. ROMA THOMAS Caahier
7./-.
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PACE C. . 1 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,1916Society .
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f'; i }gflf 040if +4 1O..IOIO..IO..IOIOIOf Mrs. S. S. Camfleld Mr. and Mrs J. were arranged for these gam ... 'WASHINGTON'. BIRTHDAYThe DINNER PARTY; ''I, 'Z
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L. Gross, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Donny Throughout the evening attentive ',

if f Notes i and daughter, Irma,. Mr and Mrs. W. waiters refreshed the guests with General .O. 0. Howard. Post! Jkfr. F. J. VanDuzer entertained ,',j

$ L. Snow, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Wells, punch, which was also'ierved from a G. A. R. and the General Sedge'wick' at a dinner party-,last Saturday even .

Misses Dorothy Wells and May Snow, table ire the dining room, and sand- Circle,' Ladies of the G. A... R. celebrated ing in compliment to her guest, ,Miss \. :

I I! (Mattie Belle Harris; Editor.) Bert Wells, Amos and James Snow, wiches, tees, wafers, and, confections at the G. A. R. -Hall Tuesday Bertha, 'Twitchell of St. Petersburg.' l":

f vr and little Howard and Claribel Hig. were also served. Confections were I afternoon. A fine program of speeches Cue stsfor_ the evening were Judge-oJ ,d

send don furnished through the courtesy of Dr. .readings and was rendered and Mrs. G. F. Kribbs, Miss Minniw '
Request Ii made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to item songs .
I. M C Cobb, of the Corner Drug Store, and Mrs. F. J, VanDuzeit spoke on "Pre Rodgers, Mrs, James Caldwell "and .. -
of Society Events to the Editor for publication in these columt. SOCIAL AFTERNOON the Jacobs Candy Co. paredness"' and at the completion of Miss Jean' Caldwell. i "- tI
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_ _ _ _ . _ _______ Misses Lottie and Lola Lawler entertained Nothing was omitted that would her address, a rising vote was talTen CHURCH ,
. . a. . ....... . . . . . ........ .a.. .. FIRST BAPTIST -i ,
I 0 I 0 0 a . . 'Y""I"' .-YT very charmingly at their 1 add to the comfort of the guests, even which resulted( In the meeting unanimously Sunday. School_, 9:45_ : ._ a. m, I I i 1 I ,

COLONIAL RECEPTION day evening Miss Myrtilla F* Beals, home on Church street last'Saturday, the dressing'tables devoted to the ladies endorsing President Wilson's C. A. .Adult -Bible Class ,
Carson'p (
president, wad In charge of the meeting afternoon ,in compliment to their being provided with dainty toilet preparedness program. Refreshmentsof I' 'I. .
A delightfully unique\ reception was $ and 'an 'instructive, study of the guests, Mrs. C. E. Hudson, of Roanoke I requisites, these being the courtesy of. cake and coffee were served. Some 10:00: a. m. .

Riven to the winter visitors and the lives and works of Frederick Williamsand Va., and! Miss Mamie Wilson, of the'o.sceola Pharmacy. fiftyor' sixty. persons were present.WOMAN'S : Preaching services 11 a. m.

homo people at the Hart Memorial I'. W. Petrie furnished. the work Fayette: Tenn. Fully two hundred guests enjoyed CC Rev. G. W. Danbury, an eminent
evening commemorating I CLUB TO ,MEET:; Illinois will preach at
Tuesday minister from jL
'of the evening. The time:: was pleasantly spent in this pleasant occasion prominent =
Washington's Birthday. The hour was enlivened by a piano "Progressive Conversation," and dainty among the out-of-town people being? the morning hour. Mr. Danbury has
The. Kissimmcc Woman's will
Early in the evening these pretty selection "Romance," (Frederick refreshments of chocolate and I !Mr. and! Mrs. G. "B. Reynolds and Club the reputation of being an eloquent
filled to the utmost; capacity meet next Monday afternoon{ at the Do not fail to
rooms were Williams) rendered by Mrs. G. C. Livingston cakes were nerved by the charming !Miss Josephine Reynolds,, of Tampa, Hart Memorial. The afternooiTs and able minister.
unable to program
and many guests were. followed by a duet, "A Selec- hostesses. The guests were: Mrs. E. and their guest, Mrs. Leidley, of Lexington will Civic i i hear him.
be in of the
I : charge
find, seats. tion Ifrom the Light Eternal" (0... W. C. Hudson, Miss Mamie WilsonMissInez j I Ky. At 1 1:10! p. m.. there will start from
Lifelike pictures ,of Washington % Department, of which Mrs. II. C.. I the church door a dozen or more automobiles -
Petrie) by Messrs. P. K. Weaver and Carson, Mrs. W. W. Carson, Miss * *
draped in the stars and stripes, drap- e1. II. Armstrong. i Mildred Lee, Miss Alma Griffin, Miss BIRTHDAY PARTY Stanford is chairman. L. A. .Hamil I fillet! with enthusiastic members -
ton has address the club
national promised to
ery of bunting in the colors, Two beautiful choruses both to make an every-member can-
selections Mattie Belle Harris, Miss Lucy '
':. of cut flowers!! and flags every. on some topics.of .civic importance. I of the ,church and community.
vases I vass
from the
/ same Misses Maude and
elaborate composers erspoon, Wlth"I' A small but delightful children's M I
where made .a most settingfar were rendered by Mrs. P. K. Weaver Thomason, Miss Marie Huddl party was that given by Mrs. C. L. CHICKEN PILEAUA Look, out! for them\, they will come to r

the quaint colonial gowns\ of many Misses Peggy Bobbitt, Alma Griffin Miss Louise Clark, Mrs. W. C. Bass, Hyatt at her home on Main street on 1, nee you.
of the guests and was in perfect hare I At the evening hour, those who had
and Leona Roberson, Maude AlleeWaR'n Miss Holland"and Miss Helen Bass. Tuesday in honor of the fifth birth- merry party of young people en-
; mony with the following program, r and Messrs. P. K. Weaver C w participated\ In the'canvass will tall
of her
little
day son, C. L. Hyatt, Jr., joyed a checken pileau'and bacon
1 which in addition to being entertain- and J. II. Armstrong. Miss Thoma- D. A. R. TO HOLD SESSION known to all his friends as "Billie." dance at Paradise Island, Saturday of the results of thir labors. Let
ing was instructive: be to hear what they
son was accompanist throughout the everyone present
After the pretty gifts received were evening. Those in the party were
p "America, chorus. reception.As Daughters of the American Revolu- duly admired, the afternoon was I Misses Lucy Witherspoon, Marie Hud will have to say. Strangers and visitors -
Allen's Wife A
Reading "Josiah ;
I Mrs. a further diversion, a musical tion and those eligible to membership pleasantly spent in playing games, dleston. Louise Clark, Lotta and Lola always made especially welcome.
Talk George Washington, by .
on contest was enjoyed by those present. are requested to meet at the Hart I the hostess being assisted in enter- Lawler, Mamie Wilson! Marlea Bish ] ..
V. J. Van Duzer.
1 Violin solo Miss Helen Jones. Questions were asked by the presi- Memorial building on Saturday, Feb- taining by Miss Ruth Thomas. A op. Messrs Albert Bearden, Everctto BASEBALL PARK'CASE

, i Man and. dent, the answers being written by ruary 26th, at 4:30: p. m.-Mrs. J. M. novel feature of the occasion was the I Roberts and Stanley Bullock.
Reading, "Washington,
the members and theRe answers were Willson, jr., organizing regent of Os- Jack Homer surprise box which con "
1 I III Statesman, Miss Elizabeth Aultman. selected from the names of familiar ceola Chapter.GRAYSTONE. tained assorted favors, each one be- MRS. 'CLARK'S RECEPTIQN HEARD BEFORE STEED

Piano duet, Mrs. Frain and Miss songs. When complete the questions .; ing attached to a separate ribbon. Mrs. J. D. Clark charmingly entertained ----

Rodgers. and answers produced an amusing ro HOTEL ENTERTAINSAmid last Saturday afternoon from Before W. J. Steed
Attorney as
The dining had festiveair
room a
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of Rev. A. M. very
Eulogy Washington,
mance. Misses Maud Alice and Adah 3:30: to 6:30: o'clock at ther pretty held hereon
Chisholm.At as the children, each in a fancy special master, a Hearing was
Wagner were the only members writing the blaze of lights, the flutterof paper hat, entered and gayly marched home, "Idylwyld," in compliment to Monday in the case of Brecken-
of the
this
point program complete list. hundreds of flags, the her guest, Mrs. Clarence Osborne, of
a exquisite around the table viewing the birth- ridge, et al, "s. A. A. Tano, J. D.
I George Washington, represented. by The business routine occupied the perfume of roses, and the luring I Anderson, S. C. Woodbeck, president of the Boardof
day cake with its lighted candles. After as
B. and Martha
Dr. W.
W.itherspoon,by Miss MelVina remainder of the evening and at this strains of the orchestra, O. C. Pierce, the dainty refreshments of cakes, The house was prettily decorated, in Trade and the baseball committeeof
Washington represented
time Miss Elizabeth Aultman, chair- manager of the Graystone, and his flowers and ferns.
.
Backofen introduced ice cream pyramids with a small flagin the board! of trade, and R. 1> Guice
were by man of the committee constitutionand wife, entertained with a dancing During the afternoon a musical
on par- und II. N. Brntton, owners of th<>
Mils Aultman and Dr. each, and candy were served, the
Witherspoon by-laws, read a complete report, ty for .the guests at the hotel and the program was rendered, Mrs. Osborne on which the baseball parkis
little guests said "goodlbye, each I property
little ;
in neat to
responded, a speech
which report was posted for the consideration Kissimmee people, Tuesday evening.In wishing that "Billie" might have playing several piano selections, located. .
guests. of the club. keeping with the date, February while Miss Inez Carson sang several This is of who
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The Star Spangled Banner was many more such happy birthdays. solos. a case carpenters >
C a 22, the decorations used throughoutall have taken lien 'the
Those invited to this jolly party a on buildings
then Misses Alma Griffin
by
e sung GIVE ALL-DAY PICNICDr. the spacious rooms included quan- were "Billie's little neighbors, Ath- Refreshments of punch, ice cream and fences at the baseball park for
Leona
Susie and Roberson
Speer tities of bunting in the national colors and cake were served.
labor. II. Jones of Orlando
alia, Josephine and J. J. Griffin, Eve- Joseph ,
which closed the memorial feature of
Charles T. Barnes, of Chicago, as well as countless flags. The Miss Madeline Hill, of Narcoossee! and the
lyn and Maynard Paulk, Carolyn represented lirerkermdire: carpenters -
I the program. arrived in TCisaimmee to spend some color scheme of red, white and blue and Misses Margaret Stanford and and Lewis
Griffin, Lois, Eleanor and Alta Ruth O'Bryan represented -
After an intermission the following time with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Cam- lights were used to illuminate the en- Overstreet. Lottie Clark assisted the hostess in Guice and Bratton. A decree of

Song musical program was rendered: field, at their pleasant country home trance of the hotel and tiny silk flags C * serving. pro confesso has been entered againstthe
Mrs. J. W. Prentis.
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near here. Complimentary to their raranged as pins, were given as fa * other defendants .
Song, Miss Alma Griffin. distinguished guest a boat ride and all vors. To add to the attractivenessof WOODMAN PICNIC PARTY IN ORLANDO _

Song, Miss Leona Roberson. day picnic was enjoyed Sunday at the rooms, beautiful bouquets of Mrs. Miriam Quina, of Kissimmee,

Song, Miss Susie Speer.Sonl' beautiful Oliver's Island. roses on fong stems, ferns and potted The joint picnic held by the Modern was the honor guest at a party givenin KISSIMMEE PRODUCE
Mrs. P. 'Weaver.. Woodman and Royal Neighbors Orlando last Friday the
After the basket dinner, which included plants were used in profusion. evening at
Song, Miss Marlea Bishop. lodges of St. Cloud and Kissimmee, home of Miss Grace Nickelson Lucerne
all the dainties of the season, In the dining rooms, which were on GROWERSis
All in all the Tuesday at St. Cloud, was well attended
evening's Circle. Music and
program
the time an embroidery
was enjoyed, was pleasantly used en suite, dancing was enjoyed
i was the most pleasing yet given at spent in viewing the farms and grovesof to the soft, !sweet music of the Dixie! by the members of these contest were enjoyed. Mrs. Quina an organization that is working

? the Hart Memorial this season and the island, in company with Mr. orchestra and here pretty I lodges and was enjoyed by all pres- has returned to her home here aftera for better conditions' among farmers -

the winter visitors as well as the Oliver. A unique feature of the afternoon dainty gowns aided in producing a'' ent.The pleasant visit with Miss Nickelson. in this section. Join and help

townspeople were much' pleased. was a number of army bugle brilliant scene not soon to be forgot basket dinner was spread on fellow farmers. Dues only $2 a
the tables erected undre the oak trees THE SOUTH KISSIMMEE
,KISSIMMEE MUSIC CLUBA calls, given by Dr. Barnes, who afterwards year.
ten.Those and included all the dainties of the BAPTIST MISSION
sang the humerous Interpre- taking: no part in. the dancing . -
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large attendance marked the regular tations. enjoyed the popular games of Five season. Sunday night Rev. Danbury'of Illinois Next meeting--930; A. M., F'eb- ;'

meeting of the Kisslmmee Music Those enjoying the event were; Dr. Hundred '.and':Bridge In. the! parlor Following the dinner' h' u r"a ,splen- will preach., Bro..Danbury is an ,4uary '26th, (Town CouncilYi Hall.;) '' 'ILKtasrmmee

club held at the;Hart I lMerirorial1Moni ) I Cha.s.,T.. Barnes, of Chicago; Mr. and nnd J reading'fr.wher* : tJ tenftable" s* dd! j P/h; was''made>by'jBtl4White! ; especially i strongpreacher.'ijS' -- Do JL'J not- ; Fle'
t J I-r K T representing! 'f thelf Modern ?"Woodmen fail l tot heail him. ,. 1 ,
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Wells, who spoke for the Royal -
w Neighbors of this city. The remain
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der of the time was spent in social 0

I conversation, boat riding and bath

I ing.This
r is the first Modern Woodman .

I picnic ever held in this county and Diamonds Have Advanced

will be established as an annual event

I to be each held year.on the Next 22nd year of Kiasina Februaryof nee 9 Per Cent Since Jan. 1 st .

will entertain the lodges of the
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,01 county.
Those attending this picnic were: and we have received notice that the British

B. R. White, Edwin\( White and Bessie
Government has declared its intent to placean
a / I White, all of Kissimmee; Joseph David -,

I Cyril Howard, J. E. Meatyard, export duty of 10 per cent on all diamonds

C., F. Hamilton, D. B. O'Berry, Mrs.
1 Ill 5)) l IA. Morris Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, Mrs. to be effective immediately. We

\ Reifschneider, Mrs. Chas. Hendrick, have some bought at the old price. Better
I Mrs. R. H. Hachcr, W. S. Alyca, W. -

J. McGee, J. L. Aythers, Mrs. Mar- buy it now. I

: .. tha Avers, Mrs. Warner, Miss Louise
) t / : Dahnke, Mrs. J. Harris, R E. Overall -

H. R. Overall, jr.; A. Morris, Isanc COLEJEWELRY CO.iT

I Bevier, J. D. Harris, J. W. Roifschnei- I

der, J. F. Daniels, Dr. M. B. Cushman,

f Dr. N. N. Chase John II. 1 DeGraw, J.

I J." Day, F. S. Clino, W. E. Warner,

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....... Carlson, Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Buck- -- - --- -

.. I master, Robert Buckmaster, Robert MSS.w46W. NiC'{-x.---.x-: 4r }':---x--x..:..:..>'r:' :}.}... .
'Can't blame a boy for keeping lie can get of theN Curlson, Mr. and Mis. Bert Baxter, r' : S{ p.; ; >'ti':SOd

Mrs. S. E. Decker, Mrs. Doak, Myranaand :3: H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY
all of St. Cloud. J. I
Herbert Doak
FLORIDA, "Th Land of Enchantment.. a.ina MOT
J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cotter-man, x Rapidly Developed Than Any Other Slot in thm Union

Mr. and Mrs. I D. S. Marks, Mr. and
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BARCLAY
= Post I Mrs. S. A. Rogue, Mrs. J. B. Dillard,
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Mrs. C. E. Franklin, Leon Bass, Mrs. f Real Estate and Insurance farm Land*
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I L Ira Bass, Miss Nelly Hurleman, Miss,, 7 Kiasimmee, Fla. O..n City,.Property c,0....

Toasties M, Bass, Miss Freda Reidle, Miss :X J. M. COOPER. Clerk Colonisation Trorminm Landt Land

Myrtle Collier, Mrs. S. C. Pinney, 'v
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t ; Mrs. G. W. Ruthford, Mrs. F.; Walling, :- --y

lt Mr. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. --
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Wells.
.C You'll know why when you taste the-new delicious flavour-along Vith a C A<+***r&>*Oo >O-

body and tender crispness that' don't !mush down .i in cream. ..' PKISCILLA CLUB

INSURANCE and REAL ESTATELet
The Priscilla Embroidery club was
In the new process of manufacture, intense heat expands the interior moisture entertained last Friday afternoon by

- raisin'little pearl-like "puffs"on each flake-a distinguishing feature of the I Mrs. R. Glover; at ther home on Mab- us. insure your Life, your Health, your Property.. .-. '1'

bette street. The afternoon was spent Information in regard to property for 'v '

in fancy work and social conversation. sale and rent cheerful y given. -
Refreshments of tea and cakes were.

s rved. Those present were Mrs. J. In addition to fifteen other good companies we

; New Post Toasties L. Beaman, Mrs. Frankford, Mrs.. II. now represent the well known .

W. Power, Mrs. C. N. Paver, Mrs. H. i

M. Pfann, Mrs. Georgo Hallawer, HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York

Mrs J. McPhatter, Mrs. D. S. Marks, ::1:>>. Gr. "'.A.Gi-N'"E: ] .
.. Your has them Mrs. H M. Breaker, Mrs. S. A. Boguo, \
grocer now. Mn., H. W. Morrow and Miss Jessie ; : Second floor Gtizens Bank I ldg. isimmce flip 4
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,1916. THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY, GAZETTE FACE!..

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Fat, juicy and tender I meats! always I F. M.. Baldwin and J. M. Groner, Miss Ruth Thomas spent) several Lloyd Harvey pent last Sunday f '

(Te.epboDe No. li;} \ found at City Market, 'phone 44. U of LUchfleld 111., left today ,for their days last week visiting her sister with friends in St. Cloud. KISSIMMEE. SCHOOLS

t Samuel of Louisville homos after spending the winter in Miss Jean Thomas, and took in the :
Mrs. Leidigh
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6' Published l crowd. heard the '
Every Friday By A. large concert
Kissimmee. They to stop at l.ghts'at the Five-County fair., CARRY
W. .. II.ARR.S,4t, B. d. VANS AGNBW Ky., is spending some time in Kissim expect given by the Kissimmee Concert Ifand OFF HONORS
several eh route and will teach ,
and is stopping at the Graystone places ,
mee I
< The B. Y. P, U. Social will b'e> held on Wednesday evening. There will be ,
Lltchfleld about the first of -
April
..." **ooooooooooooo io hotel. I I at the home of Me. and Mr*. N. C. no concert. Sunday afternoon. con (Continued from Page One.) 1

Mrs. C, A. Ross, son and daughter; a..J. Whiddcn, of West Palm Beach, Bryan Friday night. Let all: of the cert was given last Stinday afternoon, 1. Best exhibit by a single school.

Weather Report of Rockford, Ill., spent Sunday In Mr.:; and Mrs. W. E. Underhill of Bas- young people of this societyand. their because of the fact that there was no 2. Best color work by second grade.
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.. Kissimmee. They"have been visitingher senger, and Mrs. W. L. Adams of friends be sure to attend. concert Wednesday of last week on i 3. Best color work by the ..lxth'irade.

-, ',' father at Haines City. Fort Meade, composed an automobile account of the band playing at the I> I' (,
The ladies of the Christian church
party which stopped at the Manhattan fair in Orlando. The band made a 4. Best stenciling. : by. tho Eight, '.,"
f'" Following and precipitations are daily temperatures as reported Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Sanders and. Mr. ) hotel Sunday. They left Monday will serve a chicken: dinner in the good showing at Orlando and Was grade: ,:

,, by Government station and Mrs. W. C. Jones] of Ourtman, : for Bassenger room formerly occupied by the Bryan I Ighly praised br.the press and 5. Best copies in black and white

at Kissimmee the week end Ark., we visitors in Kissimmee Sun restaurant tomorrow, Saturday beginning public. by Sixth grade.

ing February 24: day. .. 'I James Whitehead wife and daughter at 11:30: o'clock; Everybody 1 6.: Best copieS' in, black and white A

Max. Min. Rain I formerly of Buffalo county,* Nebraska is cordially invited to attend. The E. P. Thagard.' of Marion county, I by the Seventh grado.' ,

Friday __ ____ 75 54 Mr. and Mrs. E. T.. Tarbell and Mr, but now of Kansas, were her price. will be thirty-five cents aql who U a candidate for State Comptroller I 7. Best copies in black and white) '

-a-. Saturday __ __ 6R 48 and Mrs. D. E. Hicks of Tampa, were this week.. Mr. Whitehead js an old ] those who have attended these dinners in the coming Democratic primary by the. Tenth giade. i

Sunday _ ___ 74 39 visitors in the city, Sunday end Mon- friend of S. W. Thornton, whom he in the past know the splendid was a visitor in Kissimmee on I '8.141 Best writing: by First, Sec.

r Monday __ .n 74 48 day.J.. had not seen for fifteen years' until dinners! these ladies can serve: Tuesday and"'Wednesday. Mr. Thag ond, Third, Fourth }'ith"Sixth; and.. :.

Tuesday _____ 78 51 tl met here this week. and has bejn stale bank: examiner 'for .
.' A. Brown, of Circle C' Ranch, ey Mr. and Mrs1. J. T. Burckhalter and II Seventh grades, (All prizes offered in i
number of and for four "
Wednesday __ 80 60 a Midland, Texas, is spending several have returned from an automobile writing.) I
'Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark andtheii son i
tax collector of Marlon county.Mr. .
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Thursday 75 57 | years
n / days here looking over the cattle the coast. 1519. Best Arithmetic by Fourth
guest, Mrs. Clarence Osborne, of tour of east They Thagard has had experience in '
ranges in Osceola county.C. Anderson, S. C.,-Russell Cole and Virgil -'ep<.nt some time visiting in Miami.and the office of the state comptroller andhlg Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth
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Burckhalter slates giades. (All prizes offered in arith
those- from other points. Mr.
Chapman were among friends believe that he has fine
; A'. Carson and H. C. Stanford a
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that tho east coast entertaining the
Kissimmee who attended a dance'at :
chanc to be nominated for this
r attended the of the State po
meeting
the Lucerne Hotel in Orlando Wed record crowd in its history thin year. 2023. Best Portfolios of general
sition. Mr. Thagard met of
; I The Local Field I Jacksonville Democratic Executive .committee ir nesday evening. Every town is crowded, he says, but the voters here and Seemed many to makea school work by Fifth Sixth, Seventhand
yesterday.Miss
: : of them all, with the single exception Eighth grad-es.-:

Clarence E. Woods, ''editor of the of Miami, he found nothing to beat good impression. 24. Best map of Florida showing
...o oooooo oo Isabel Swartz, of Davenport, and famous for
Eustis Lake Region Kissimmee. ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK'MARKET county boundaries, etc. Sixth grade.
Fire insurance, taxesp aid. See A. has returned to her home after a his support of sand-asphalt roads and SPECIAL JtEI'OHTNationa' 25. Bent map of Florida showing

E. Drought New Riyers Building. SOti visit with .relatives and friends i ir natal' hay, was a visitor in Kisgimme' Lieut. S. J. Entriken, of Narcoossee, \ Stock Yards; 111., railroads, lakes, etc, Sixth grade.

Kissimmee.Mr. for a' few hours Wednesday evening. was a visitor in the city Wednesday.Lieut. Feb. 22, 1910. 20.. Best map of pupil's home town.
r of Union Center '
F. B. was
Harvey, '
and Mrs. Alfred Dow, of Lud-- He was accompanied by C. T. Jones, Entriken is a great friend of Seventh grad
Kissimmee visitor here Monday.
a a ington, Mich., arrived here Wednesdayfrom of Mount Dora.. Dr. Cook, the Arctic explorer and Cattle receipts 4000. The propor- 27. Best English by Fourth grade.

;", Look on page 2 and see what the Winter Haven and will spend Horace Drew, of the firm of H. & made several trips with him into the tion of southern mixed cattle was 28. Best description of a scene l

"Butcher Boy" has to say this week. some time visiting in Kissimmee. W. B. Drew, 'of Jacksonville, was a Arctic Circle country. lie was greatly very light here today and the market from Gray's Elegy, Eighth grade.
elated reoent investigationswhich 29. Best display for one grade.
over
strong on what there was to offer.
visitor in the Wednesday
Mrs. C. W. Brown of Lake Hamilton J. C. Bloodgood, who has been the prominent city he says put Lieut. Peary in a_ Sales follow: Mixed 4.35 to $5.25; Eighth grade.
Mr. Drew is touring
spent Tuesday in the city shop- guest of his sister, Mrs. F. J. Van- .the and state Thursday.by automobile was a- bad light and add more credence to cows $4.35 to $6; bulls $4.75; calves 30. Best collection of baskets.!

ping. Duzer, for several months left last Dr. Cook's contention that he discovered and yearlings $4.85 to $8. Eighth grade.
caller at the Valley Gazette
Try the City Market. We elI the Friday for. his home in Harvey, III. office.pleasant the North Pole. Hog receipts 8000. Market 10 to 31. Best individual basket.! Eighth "''rl

best meats and give the best service.. Hear Mary Harris Armour, the I W. A. McCool and son, W. A. )tc.I 15 cents higher on best hogs, top l grade.
Miss Jennie Wiggins, of Plant City i 32. -Best pen painting. Eighth
$8.62H, with bulk of the goodhogs
Phone 44. at the M ethoSistchurch )
"Georgia Cyclone, I Cool], jr., Sam Hamn-T, of BiuvcrFulls
wo the guest this week of her (cousin, ll>0 Ibs. and up at $8.20 to $8.45; 'grade.' '
No admission
Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Bryan motoredto tonight. charged. Mrs. R. B. Savage, of the Manhattanhotel I and S. L. Sponsler of Grai d rough hogs $7.50 to 790. Pig market I 33. Best crochet work.
Mich':
'1 Jacksonvill,? this week and spent She was among the out-of Rapids, composed a hutting was slow] 120 to 150 lb. at $7.50 34. Best Collection of friendship
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(. several days there on business. Goods have to be sold to make room town guests at the Washington's I party which left this week for n trip to $8.25; light kinds $0('i to $7.25. letters. Third J grade.
down I the Kisr.mmee: rivcr. They made
for our spring line. Come and see Birthday dance at the Graystone ho- Miss Miriam Munger of the eighth
I Mr. and Mrs' M. Tiller returned on th* trip in Mr. McCool's launch which
I for yourself what we have to offer.F. tel. I .. I nu AUCTION:' SALE OF grade wac given honorable mention,
Monday from Tampa, where they in charge of I.. Seaman and Capt.
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H. Lawson. I HORSES AND: ) MULESIn illustrated socnes from Gray's Elegy.
went to have Mr. Tiller's eye treated. \ Mrs C. L. Bandy, Mrs. E. E. Nau- Collins, of Kissimmec Paik. I Kinney Point school received first

J Madam Voile, of Toronto, Canada gle, !Miss Mattie Bandy Miss EtU !" I
the Market"and let the I '' Albeit] Gale or Michigan Jr.
Go to City Mr and Mrs.! Orlando at J. B. Magruder, I Flor-ida
1 and late of Kissimmee, is the attractive Witherspoon and Miss Sue Watson .
"Butcher Boy" supply your wants. I; who are known all over the Stables. next Friday, February 25th,
j guest of Mrs. E. L. Mehrtens, oi motored to Orlando Wednesday in the (I .
I Phone 44."Butter. country for their impersonations of at 1 p. m. L. E. Bates arrived in .. '
Sanford, says the Sanford Herald. Bandy automobile" to attend' the show- Mrs. M. J. Evans and Mrs. C. N.
Indians, are in Kissimmee to see J. Orlando today with carload of choice >
c Nut" bread is the bread ing of new spring styles by live Paver.- pent Sunday in Orlando >
The big sale is still going on with M. Willson, jr., for the purpose of ( horses and mules. The horses consist -
Reed makes it and models.
want. your
,;.; you cut prices. We have cut again. Do getting> the open sesame to the Semi- of heavy draft horses, matched ACROBATIC
sells it.-8-2t.
).r / grover not fail to come or you will lose the Mr. and Mrs. W B. Norton and nole Indian camps. Mr. Gale desires I teams, farm mares, fancy drivers, I Smart Young Man-"What do you -s.

Mrs. Mary Harris Armour speaksat Chance of your life to buy bargains.F. baby! Helen left Monday for their to get from the Seminoles the music I saddU-rs, livery and general purpose I think of Brown?" '

the Methodist church tonight at 1 H. Lawson.S. home in Haines City. Mrs. Norton from which to make transpositions.This horses. The mules consist of matched Indignant Old Gentleman-"Brown, ;

7:30: o'clock. You should hear her. has been the guest of relatives for will be the first time that the I teams and single mules weighing sir! 'He is one of those people that
W. Thornton of Neb.
Kearney: Norton arrived Seminole music lift)0 Ibs. each.
two weeks, and Mr. Everglade interpre- 1000 to )
Methodist resident of Kissimmee pat you on the back before your facto<< ,,
Attend the lecture at the a regular winter -
his have been and will stock should
Monday. to acco.npany ,family taUona attempted Anyone wanting good
church tonight by Mary Harris Armour is a great admirer of roses,. Hf home. give to the world music hundreds of attend this sale next Friday. Private and hit you in 'the eye behind your
back'I"Tit-Bits.
:; the Georgia. Clclone. brought to the Valley Gazette this years old. sales and exchanges can be made any
week a fine bouquet of flowers. Mrs. William Roach, of Lafolette,, .
time before the auction sale starts. The wife of a French soldier.at the ,
J. H. Harris, circulating managerof Tenn., who with her husband are win- Mrs. Nellie Rogero -and Miss Willie i '
Davis and Next. Friday; sale positive; rain or front receives 25 cents a day from the ,
the Orlando Daily Sentinel, was Mr. and Mrs. J. E. party Ton ,
ter visitors in Kissimmee was among Wilson of the Bon Hat Shop, returned -
in the city'ye. >terday. went down the river this week on the the prize winners at the Orlando fair. Saturday evening after spend- : shine. 10-ltpd government
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launch in charge of Frank ------
"Onaway, the blue ribbon and time visiting the millinery '
Russell Cole attended the Washing Mrs. Roach won ing some ::
.' Jones, pilot to spend some time fish- embroidered sofa markets i'n Atlanta and ,Cincinnati.En .
first prize for-an
Country
the
: ton's Birthday dance at ing and hunting. home also If the March wind blows system 1
"| MClub in Orlando Tuesday evening. pillow. ,' route they spent sometime your
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;,c; I'BMMjftWK FLAT| 'FOR>,f'-,<,,*RENT-Furnished.,',,'.,>,<.tt<, 'SK"ftiiM&t'AS: .! or, 'un,..'", hI"R."' Wallace I., is the''j;.C guest:( 'Winsor't of Mr.:i of and i?'Pawtucket Mrs. W..,;. ':V"<'MrandMr""1' 'v,1,'," ..""..r't'!. ""W" '>I./!,,'.Steveneon-'' : ;;: their",inSt absence, ;;'.,Augustine from their, ,where" rooms..during they I I full, of cold and your... pocket full of 4y


.< furnished. Apply at the Gazette 'Saunders of Mabbette street. Mr. South Fork, Pe:; Dr. and Mrs.: CharlesE. had the misfortune to be robbed of holes just muster finances and
'
ifannan, Mr. M. E. Hannan and of when your
office. Winsor relative of Mrs. Saundersand a quantity their clothing, I
is a Mrs. A. E. Fyan, of Johnstown, Pa., thieves' left '
,1 broke into their baggage read this
several weeks here.
4 Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mitzel, of Nar- will spend spent several hours in Kissimmee :
at their hotel. I II
coos see, were visitors: in the city on The Central Mission Circle will\ Snuday. They are touring Florida by I.15 Ibi. Granulated Sugar _____$1.09 10 Ibi. Meal or Grits _h_____ .25 <

Monday.See meet at the home; of Mrs. A. J. Holt automobiles.] MISS Mattie Bandy, the milliner, No. 1 Creamery Butter hhh .37 No. 2 Can Wisconsin E J Peas_ .10

what we are doing. Shoes cut Tuesday, February 29th.! The visiting J, C. Stonbrakcr, of Hagerstown, has. returned from Atlanta of where the she ;! Peck Fancy Irish Potatoes"",, .3S No. '1 Glau Pure Fruit Jelly__ .08 -r
invited.- went to make a study new
to 98c. Second*cut to 75c and $1.98 ladies are especially !Md, is Rpl'nding"everal days in Kis- slHngstyle" in hats and to look over I Bulk Leaf Lard _nnn_ .13 '3 jukes. National Oats ____--__ .25 .

toy| $1.75. F. iI. .awson. Mrs.; 11.. M. Breaker, Sec. simnu-e. Mr. Sonbrakvr is. the author the stocks of the principal millinery I i 1 Tb pkg. Levering Coffee _-n .16 12 Ib sack Pillsbury Flour ____ .55 l lII

of the "Unwiitten South," aid: i( tb Can G M Coffee .19
Mrs. Lonnie Bass left Monday for Rev. G. W. Dii'iburg of Duquoin, manufacturers of the United States, --- -- -- 24 tb sack Pillsbury Flour __ _.1.10 ,i iI
I and "n\nlier," two books 1 tb Can Cracker Coffee .75
"Puiitnn
Tarpon Springs to join her I husband, 111., an eminent Baptist!< minister, is I who had exhibits! theio :Mist Randy I Boy 12 tb sack Self Rising Flour' ._ .50
. dealing with the true history; of thesouth's ''I lb Can Preferred Stock Coffee .39 -1
few of J.V.
the for days hail ,
who is employed th-re. guest n the mi for<'"ie to haa tuil case I
cit- part in the conflict betweenthe No. 1 Can Walker's Lunch 24 lb tack Self Rising Flour 1.00 :
Wilder, an old friend and fellow burned in the fire which dentloytd I the
Miss Frances Davis, of Newark, I states. Peaches .07 Stockinet Star Hams, lb. __ .20 }
izen. baggage loom of the union depot at I -- - -n--n u
Ohio, la the guest of Miss\ Susie Sh I howevei, I' No. .1 Tall Pink Salmon .19 1 tb can Calumet Baking Powd'r .20 "
lutes
of Mr, andMrs
ithj
Speerand will remain several weeks. Mrs. D G. I/angston, of Haines Will (Culyei guest Jacksonville.'' railroad officials made I II : 7 pkgi. Washing Powder u .25 1 lb Can Rumford Baking Powd. .25 I I,

City was a visitor; in this city on 'I "* T. W. Ellis. Mr. Cajlei is, u for the loss Cakes Lenox Soap_ ___ __ _. .25 60-70 Prunes, fancy lb. u __ .10 't.1

When you huy bread: ask for "But Thursday. Mrs. Lungston is the wife brother of -Mrs Ellis. and has been I prompt settlement" 18 Cakes Naptha Soap ,n ___ .25 3 Ibs. Evaporated Peaches - .25 ::1

ter Nut" made by Reed's bakery.. 8-2 lof the postmaster at Haines City I employed dUl'ingthe summer us a ; Mr., and :Mr.. C. A. Dyke) and :Mi.! 16 Ibs. Fancy Head Rice _ _ __ 1.09 3 Jars Eddy's Mustard :__ _ _ .25''

and came here on a shopping mission. dredge! boat enlineer.at Portland.Oie. .I land Mrs Henry )tingling, who aie :, 1,
.y Joseph M. Jones state's attorneyfor He/ recently spent some time at WITH OUR USUAL BINDING GUARANTEETAYLOR'S

this district came down from Orlando Mrs. W. Tyn?r and! daughter, Miss : Honolulu\ ] and in !Mexico at the same 'I spending the winter at Eustis, motor' I, l
,Icl to Kissimmee. Saturday and spent i CASH GROCERY
business Monday.
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on legal Lillie Sulilc-tt who have been living; business.
some time ,,visiting :Mr. and Mrs. K 1, .J
for tim at Winter Haven, Lave I
James Johnston, the efficient depu- returned some to Kissimmee} to make their Ir. and :Mrs Hugh\ L Baker, of Hopkins, of I'hicago: who are spending al

ty clerk of the court here spent Mon- here Deposit, N, Y., who spent last winterin the winter at the Gruystone ho- ,

day in Orlando on business. home Kissimmee. write that they regret( tel. Mr., and Mis. Hopkins returned Cash is King We Sell for Lets ;.

Norton of the postoffice 1 Dr. R .1. Bickerdike, of Chicago, is they are unable to come this year, but to Eustis with them Sunday and 10-
Elsie
Miss ,
force, enjoyed a day's vacation and a guest at the Manhattan hotel for I I they send in a renewal of their subscription turned to Kissimmee. Monday with : THE FAMILY STORE r
is brohter of Miss !Mr. and Mrs Kindling :'oilW'llling -
He I Gazette to
several days. a to the Vull-y
attended the fair in Orlando. r
Bickerdike! who has extensive property keep up; with things; that happen here.: is one of the famous Hingling Brothers : Ladies and Gent's Fine Shoes '

Mrs. G. P. Morison and Miss Mort- interests in this section. who are, owners of several big I EXPERIENCED SHOE FITTING :

son, of Knoxville, are at the Gray- Matthew K. Sniffen, secretary of circus aggregations.Dr. ,
stone to spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Reynolds and the National Indian Association, who KNOX STRAW HATS 4

daughter. Miss Josephine of Tampa, has just completed a visit to all of the J. R. Snell, who for several LION SHIRTS LION COLLARS '\

.. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Pinch, of Lakeland spent several days in Kissimmee this Seminole Indian camps in Florida, is years has been a medical missionary : \

!spent last Friday and Saturdayin week. They were registered at the in the city today, the guest of Mr. to China was the guest of J. L Over-I CLASSY CRAVATS SOc 75c, $1.00

Kissimmee. Graystone. I and Mrs. J. M Willson, Jr. While street and family Friday and 'Satur SILK SHIRTS $4.00 $4.50

here he will discuss Indian matters day. Dr. Snell returned to the United
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Paulk and chil- Samuel Hannah, a prominent manufacturer with Mrs. Willson and others. States last June iflid will remain here TAILORING DEPARTMENTDry

dren spent last Friday in Orlando at- of Pittsburg, .Pa., who is until next August, when he will leave Cleaning Fretting Repairing

tending the Five-County Fair. a regular winter visitor to Kissimmeeis Otis George, professional golf for China again. lie went from hereto f

.AI of at the Graystone to spend several! player from Winter Park, Ralph : Winter Park to spend some THE FAMILY STORE
Mrs. D. M. Kirkbride, Dayton,
weeks.W. Yearby and Gus Hart of Orlando: Mrs. Snell, who was formerly a t.ime'j
OJtiio, is the guest of her daughter HARRIS: PEAKE
who are experts at the game, were dent of Kissimmee, with the chll
Mrs. W. L. Winn. G. Breckenridge and son, Bradley \ 116 Bd,.. "SERVES YOU RIGHT" Phone 291
of Lewiston 111, left Wednesday visitors at the Kissimmee Golf Club is visiting at Naranja on the east 'I I
J. E. Lupfer and W. B. Crawford for Wednesday. They played a match coast. '
for their home after visiting sev-
Saturday in Jacksonville on game with Norman Erhardt, professional "\
spent eral days with Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
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at the local club. Mr.' George
business.Dr. Biadley and Mr. and !Mrs. II. 'G. .
and Mr. Erhardt played an exhibition '

and Mis. J. W. Chaines, of Cuy- Seiver.M. match Thursday afternoon.Dr. 1 I

. '". ahoga Falls, Ohio passed through the II. Harrison, who has been quiteill GRAYST4NE
, :. ;- city Monday' en route to visit friends for several days at his home on and Mrs. W. L. Griffin, of m EKA9TEL
W Lamar, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. William
St. Cloud.
I at Brack street, is improving rapidly. "ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE
Wilton, of Litcptield. 111., and Mrs.
hast Mr. Harrison was taken to Tampa the
t Mrs. Bertha Twitchell who Sarah Loftin, of Carthage, Mo., 'who KISSIMMEE FLORIDAIs
'. been the guest! of Mrs. F. J. Van- letter part of last week to have his have been two months in

.L .: Dueer, left Monday for ber home in case diagnosed by specialists\ there. Kissimmee leave spending next Wednesday for now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly of the Mount Washington,

: ,;4\< St. Petersburg. Mrs. J. S. Cadet, Mrs. J. Z. Rober- Jacksonville where they will spend Bretton Woods, N4H.! and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guests by 1,

.1't,;: "FRANK"-Stallion, for service. $6.50 jon, Mrs. L. H. Ingram and Miss Leona some time before returning: to their Kissimmee Golf Club. Many improvements now being made in hotel and grounds. .,!:

1 refundod if Roberson, motored to Orlaido onV homes. They were well pleased with I
tt, ;; t. spotraah.; Money ,;ir0 friends CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED Jl '
colt.,- -Wood. ,/,.for, sale. Drop sues (
.., .postal card. Henry Sjaarda, \dty, the showing ,of, spring style by, here who will to fld to'see them'apiA'Dext j t
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COL. GATEWOOD expression of ,public opinion, and the after to do our own- reporting! ,

'result .of it Is more than that-It; : is I direct from societies I
I What Have Done I '
f My Neighbors : x a timent.creator and educator of- public son i, At the;dedication of the First 1 Tres-- 'HERE !

ENDORSES ANDESHAD byterian church-of Live- ak the sermon
What makes possible the misinterpretation
Byl Milton Pledger.. II was preached by rite,,: In'). C.
1 nullification,>> and non-en '. r''
i .The man who first discovered>> the tides of heat radiate from it; in the forcement of Jaw "Lack: of public! Venable, from Riverside, Jacksonville.,

f' process of making a fire., has probably same way that he saw it under the CATARRH FOR NUM. sentiment says' the'officer whose We hope, that the Live Oak Endeav-" South African Wonder dt t

._ done more for the world than any on* hot rays of the summer sunBy this I .BpR OF YEARS sworn duty it is to 'see that all laws orers, young folks and juniors, who .

who ever contributed to ence-Just time he was beginning to get very A -- are enforced; this is the excuse of the listened to this address knew that the Hair 'and Scalp

.think! We will fix the. date in that cold from' hiH exposure to the'I| 'eather I prosecuting attorney who neglects or speaker was a genuine Endeavorcr ..It

period of the world's history known and being so long still, so he ventured Was Badly Run Down and 'Ex refuses to do his duty; and the pleaof I and is one of the few Florida pastors Remedy '

AsJ.he Stone Age-we have no historyfor up close by, and found that it tremely Nervous-Says He' the judge and jury/Who fail to render having three 'societies in hii 'church;

this-for in that age people be- was a real comfort to be near it: Now Feels Fine decisions according .to the' intentof j Young People's, Intermediate; and results itching \

Iran to broaden:.out and-make ode of Noting the melting snow gave him the law Junior varieties. It gets on (

the material that nature had stored another idea also. Here he added I was all run down and badly In I From the United Brethren, church irritated scalps. t

up so bountefully. .'Or ;we may tfo some, more fuel, for he saw that the need of something to relieve. my con ins Tampa several went over to West ,.I I
still further back and examine the stuff to which it first caught was all'I, dition.stomach I and had catarrh nervous of Indigestion the. head end I l' Tampa to help organize the Congregational It removes dandruff

habits, pf the caveman, and see if gone but that the stone would not I I have found Andes to bft Just! situ the CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORWe I junior society, which !starts and keeps the hair soft"t
there are any probabilities for his disappear Then he went back to ] thing I need. I have. tried many nrelinrntlonn into work "with flying colors. alsoa
made the his cave and brought the frozen fifth hut this medicine IN decidedly and pliable.
having discovery the best thin I have ever faithful superintendent, "Miss Cor-
-As a hypothesis, it is not unlikely I and in melting the ice from the fish used and the only one that seemed l lBO I' are glad our C. E friend Mh.Nelson rine Brightwell, at its helm. Her local
,
\ it >nld he rot his hand too close to the blaze to the spot nod remove the causi Preparation can be
that might have.hal'l I
>t something senior coworkers promise to help
The entiirrh of m-y head gave mo in Kisst"+nmec, had a' fine tripto
to'! after this manner: !I and' idislered! it, which gave him great deal of annoyance and at m'"cl'lIne..d Kansas and came home feeling make the junior effort U RUCCCHS. I found on-sale at the .
{ The Cave Man that much pain. This taught him that it age I did not expect to fin. I
jf. was !so crude\ ( permanent relief. I would better than before.As Mrs. I). G. Francis in Kisr.immce,
he wore no clothing./ His ,skin 'was [: would only do to get just so close to and would have h'lod,1(rej( tnmornlnirn Rays the Gazette, gave the Kndeavor- PALACE DRUG STORE T
.1 covered with a coat of fur-Hold on this new thing; that he had found.. '' feeling! In the front purl of my' nenilJM I in past over years"our Sunshine ers of the Christian church a Valentine -' I
i You .know that this in \Vhile his burned fingerserc '' >' none would stop up at nlnhtn ii a' (I department sent Dr. Wm. Shaw !I
occupyin -
now only u I would remove scabs from the noitrllf. 'greetings for his St.' I party. House! was decorated( with Smoke House BarberShop
+ hypothesis lesides_does not the Bible.!. r his IItt'ntion. he had forgottenthe the birthday, .Valen- '
sense of smell was not ,n I hearts and cupids.! At the lunch hour
Say that, Ksau haul a coat of lair on fish. Now it Will not only warmed 1 goad! us a few rears ago and tin tint's Hay-only this time they were hot chocolate and cake were served I I I Butler'.Tonsorial rI r-
hearing was badly I effected.I I wouV: I tobe .shared with Mrs. Shaw his
I last-
him? And! this is the I until the ice but it
only way his was melted hawk and spitup a Brent' deal ,.' and each: one received: a Valentine I Parlors Barbers distrib
(, I
father, who wits blind, could! distinguish was .smoking' Not lit took a stick year ride. Pleasant words concerning from a postofTicc in the Ijbrary.We .
)' utors for this territory.
L Florida Christian Endeavor work
him from his brother, and hisjrt : with which to rake) it out of the coals I' \ make t first-class! Sunday school

brother to deceive his father, had! his i -- I thereby proving the old adage! that and workers ca'me in response fromi workers. I In their fourteenth annual

mother to cover his face, htnds! and a_ burned child dreads' the fire -and i Ilaston.j convention last fall. Rev. Ira K. Adams South African Wonder

arms with a fresh goat skin, in orderto watched it for a long I time to see j They are doing splendid work in the of Miami, who was elected one

pass off as his brother Ksau. what it would "0. Finally(' discovered Presbyterian, I society,; of Orlando) vice president of the Florida S. S. Company

The/ cave man had no house to 11\(' I that it was somewhat colder than .j X r F Fi Ft south-central district.. One reason is association thus honored u.i "11. Dr. A

in, as we have now hence the term when he drew! it from the coals. <6 he i I they have a pastor Dr. McConnell, Adams is vice president of the southeastern JACKSONVILLE FLA.

C'ave Man. He wandered, around from took it up) in hi* hand! and wits surprised who has a young heart, end believes C. 10. district and an Endeavor -

place to place-in search of food much ; to 'find that his fish had not vSo Iin i young people. For Decision day he I pastor. 30 Mutual Life Building .

the same as an ordinary animal. This 0'11'n), warmed till the ice was gave the End?3vol'.r" a soulstirringtalk Interluchon, 'Feb 21st, 191fi.! I

I Cave man contrived a scheme by j gone'; lout that the aroma of it tickledhis ) in their meeting in whil'h'he'hop- 'Grace; E. Townsend. :

which he caught a large fish from n palate delightfully therefore i-d that some Endea\orer in their society

stream he had! no way of cooking the I (lasting the t fish, ,he found that it wus \ would become a missionary and

fish for there was nothing known ( much better food. than when he hadat -nme boy a mini,It." The belief was

by him about fire, ,o lie "inatlo a in 'al! first;" eaten of it. gnt'n" that if one did volunteer for a
'Tinmay.,, lo the mi -'on field their/ local church would FOR SALE----CASH PREFERRED
'if raw fish, leaving a goodupply: ' for, couive. not I 't ati.i \ '
the nHll'lo"I'n night' r.imr h,' t ; 'PHH-C- ,.maki'iif-,,, a file, \.1 ,iiV j I I IM I i 1 li, -uppott. Wait, "lit" Ir.e. ud.1 -

went into' bis cartto ]Hftcit.! htm < \ 1 i'' d I. '"it 'It l- nor ley in, \.1"i h V ..1 I One block of Five Lots: in South. Part of Town.

I, self flour' (IIH' weather :and, :a ia., ileanimal I it mild,, h.i\e I le.-i. I ,|.-. .oi I i 01| 11. b II.. .v o i ti1i n the .l.i nil.11 y '--lie of 250 foot front, 2OH foot depth. Hich Muck::

fen-- against: ' : whith might: '"'i 'In-,, ,i 11\i < i 1.1\; h m.tny' 101 i !II! mi c.i. I ,in. H'Mr' Illd":1,1": :. '.' it not

kill bun \\hil, ai-It.,..p. \V' will -up'. )' ,in.i., in it.iih.. iiiinli', I hunt, a, p"" 'w < ill i 11 11 I Hi Ctrl, III" ..!1', I i- M, from I Soil adapted for Banana or Truck Growing..
.
pose Ihat on this mirlit "it w 'iiv ("utterly t ,'1.1; I i- iI. (.!:1' "'1\ 1111.'1 II' u \\ ''ihi.i I, I[ '. -, = -p'L"Y .Ii I'.i- \ I'' tiMt for, \ '-iii" -in"rty, to re-I Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make' your

cold, trod our fllz/.y ,man, had extreme t M ,r )gl\ log\( a I bought i.f t the pi II- ,Iii n "u- .111,1, "II"I, ''I'|' i lie? ' t to. I K: nit one i-* \llu:1Io1: : to ai
-.'intlnll" '- II ,... Ina'''''.1 l tuth 1 1 1 1,1.I ,i. home puy for itself!
difficulty! to keep. utn'In'heu' r fs Iy wliiili u Minpli'' thing bLta U' n Inc 01.11"1', .1",01\, i.i, cli.mui-.i. ,i '' nilavvaki: -outl.crn" society. |

tnorning'caine' and the -tin -i h w ,Ili' r, w i.M., 'M ., sin l,1 1 I n'( add. so er 'I" .. ; tar, u/go our, ",,1-, in I ItV.i 'Two Lots--Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful
Tn think' who. what ..th,1, hi' 'J I It" '1'1'11"'| i i he realr/.ed I that hoas again, hungry. or hy '" I C, 'in' "I"i m\ i i',.rii ti Ii 1 1 -IIii, l\ 10"' '" 'monthtravi ovir, a tljoi-aml| situation, facing Luke Tohopekaliga. Ideal
t Going; to his, piece of left < fi. h. 1".J' ni.ii.mir. a fire" wa.eei ,., ,
ov r I -ii' 01 till') cal.-tiih': \b.c "ii' In .11.'hniiirli ilollais; for the -tale IIH--IIIII' '' cajicvv'uch ;
''di-ioveie.1., ,.. ) spot fort a Winter Home. A few .minutes walk
he found it. in.-tet.d of bring tender i-I' IIIJ'iti'I. >iKiin i ign I" tal.I'I all 111, the ( 'liili'rea'sllime '
and easily torn bitten, it the It i I- fan to thfuh.<-i>\ el.-r, whoever > ,". ( 'inutileiN.i' d"f- '' from Countrj- House. and
or" as wi-:I ( .fill, t I did nut i-Mjo .mvlhlMK," I ..t. Sin let. y. I In 1H"-! they gave l Club Telephone .
r
day before, stiff cold and \tiy ban: ); I Ito may hat* lie '!'!, ti* do. hi- hOIIOI'.dh"maJr' vlit-n\ 1 wmiltl 'finish ln> nii-nls\ \\,(...dol! only nbfiiit *! ::1ACt'!: hiiver( believe Electric Light Wires the lots. Golf .T'..
I ; ,.. Ill"' ha- ..li'-mii" to fill up with g't 1 Ihat) : caii ilifc run by
; much that he contributed
I'alircdthat ili-covi-i-y
so so at once :II -.- rciMliU' ,..|),"tI..II and "'s-| tl J'.t: many added to fuml Icing raised I .
it was impossible| to cat it. Hunger mure goal. to the world! than that dall1I1'"lIt l) niv )hi art the gas wouldjirctM ( by \\onion'- lub.s, etc.. -./nll' course 011 the spot. A Bargain.

was upon him, so h.' went' back of l p-rhups any other invention or discovery. npu.tid( anil .that uoiiM, 1 cait-i- places, and therefore uvtur.lly genemore Apply VALLKY-GA/ETTE.
and I ,, ) l lnt
; InI"'HI'I In bout' f.wt \\ 'i <
; to the stream to catch another If the world should suddenly '
,
i: fish. tilni's become iilifiiMV' aliont rn> M'lf\ than the above amount would ..
I Here another disappointment awaited loose the art of making a fire, in :'J4! I was extremely' IHM-VOUH nil tin time I I testify to. Let u.s be more careful
him, the river was frozen over so rio lib ill's time the famine would haveproduced and,, slept, very little, and l eKl I I wan continually constipated, I wasInduced I
more fish could be caught. A great : more disaster'than 40 Fu- to try Andes by the statements -
dread began to crowd upon the mind ) ropean wars could do in a thousond I read of Home many reliable
II In the south who said It helped.
of the and he -Hats off to the who made men
man, begun to fear star- years man them. I have taken four bottles of
I- vation. Presently ho 'spied a jackrabbit the first fire.Ministers Andes and am feeling splendid. I have t"\\1tart\\ts\\
sometimes Rained In flesh and It haa built up my
1I leaping over the snow, and preach ser
system In every way. Thin IB thestatement .
upon .seeing bethought himself that mons-on the subject of '".The Fall of as given by Col.. Gate wood '

t this was his one. chance from starvation Man It is an unanswerable 'oplnl! n of Spartanburg 8. C., one of the' best ,'"

". and"beinga'veryfa" 8. runner. that-;;: Man >neverfhad, a fall;i i except ,known tl'ledmont i and section i prominent North t citizens, and of South i the I BEAMS . f

,; chased 'after the animal, butthe'ani-: that' he fell upward, and not dowward. ,' ):" 'Carolina;'' and .it rings with'IrE'alll"rftt-'l

1"' mal was easily his superior in a Marathon iltude Aid\ him... for- -the- great good. that Andes II CHANNELS ,

'J so he began to lag, he saw that ANGLESand
.: his quest would soon be out of sight, Andes Prescription so highly recommended -

KO picking up a small stone threw it ,, F W.C.T.D. COLUMN I hy' Col.! Gate wood, of I All Shapes.
Spartunburjr, S. Carolina i is now on
at the flying rabbit which, in his
Mile in Kissimmee. by I the ('..rn'r TRUSSRODS
fright went wild of its! mark butt
glancing along it struck another stone f The next meeting of the W. C. T. Drug' !Store the exclusive* agent.\ I Conservation stands sentinelover ,

and he saw a blaze of something come I'', will occur Tirday, February_ :U"ith, I STAYBOLTS the natural resources ?'
from the two stones. As chance al t !!::W.( I
faithfully applied. run prevent or pun- of our country, and forbids
would have it there was' amass of "I"t i rt-vproncc for law .be taught 'in i-fi civic immorality--in, .dry, dead moss by I the'ule of these'stones -i lioiiN :and college)) be written, m II'I"'I'al' | of All Kinds. .

.i... which had not been covered Iy! yu|' .Ihng| ]( book and primers, be pub A aloon-l '''1'1' of Fairmont., Mininrsuia BOILERPLATE Conservation multiplies the by-products of industry, and changeswaste

the snow and into this the -paik flew li I bed, from pulpits, and proclaimed "nlegislative , scjil. I intoxicant--
.' and it begun to 'burn. Thiwa- a | : houses, and enforced in the the city council promptly revoked hisliccni hl dainty note paper. '.
ta very strange thing to the (l'av-' :Man'' courts. of justice; in ..short let it Ir'.1 I, '
*. putilntr him out of In-nlcssIan.l i It is conservation that .
'\' and he was very. curious .about, it. : come tin political religion of the '1111- TANKSTEEL cathers together worn out garment,
a thousand l dollar.to! the lad! .
discarded sheets
:
and similar
Although much frightened by tion." -Abraham Lincoln. l carpets objects which have served _
very I l You ciOi't make men pood) by law, butMiiv.etime their useful In the General's
STRUCTURAL purposes. big roofing mills these
1his wondciful sight he was! ._ you can make a l I'ad man I are masceratcd, saturated sterilized and beaten'into .
1 the less very curious, t11 r..fn"nl'n"1 Christian Citizenship' Department. "I pulp, which
stop doing/ wroiiK. finally comes out of the rollers in one continuous sheet of clean
Y advanced in the direction of the fire II". 1 JL.; Starrett superintendent. | FIRE ,
"The
importance) and value of a strong roofing felt.
m very slowly and cautiously and for along :Mrs. Aclriunnu Hunjjerford l. Assot -: I
good law. as ai: ,educator cannot be ESCAPES
1. time he made . until iate. I It is then
observations i I o\er-e.stintatell. It is alleged that the thoroughly saturated with the General's own blend of A
\ finally he got near enough to see that I l Whose. duty is it to see that law ? : prohibition of the liquor traffic ) HARD soft asphalts and coated with a blend of harder asphalts which

the snow around the stone was hl'I]I are enforced, ? All cili/ens. People hypocrites. What an impetus to.mae"'l hy WOODS. keeps the inner saturation soft and prevents the drying-out

ginnn>K,.to' melt us it does when the who know of the violations .of law i pO"I'i.'u given when Sinai thundered ctent process so destructive to the ordinary roofing.\ This explains why .
sunshine it he I and do nothing to stop it. are aeeessory I
warm comes! upon ; was Force
the 'Thou .
; vshult not" l Ito our Work-
beginning, tod, to see the little par- to the net, according to come of I friends
liquor charge the world's hy- men for RoadWork.
our best )legal authorities.
( pocrisy since that day to the :Mosai- .

MANY SEE.MIRACLES .1 code ? Do any of them urge for that. Certain-teed
Individual Responsibility for Law
.
.reason. th? code should be repealed ?

A'', IN GEORGIASufferers Enforcement. It is said that it is useless to havea ....
"Disregard for law and its entablihhed .
law that is above the average pub-
I modes of procedure is as! serious \
;1 Rescued Swiftly After (Hop lic sentiment touching the matter ) Roofing
democracy
a danger as can menace a -
Had Faded and Long Treatments with which it deals. Every law is an JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Failed. I which if it would endure must

t Sufferers all over the state of Georgia ( be as law-abiding. as it is liberty-lov put-lasts other roofing\ ; also why the General can safely guarantee

,, have found a ready deliverancefrom ing." CALOMEL it for 5, 10 or 15 years, according\ to ply Expenence has proved

\ t,' the common ills of stomach in the south.troubles peculiarly There j if a well-nigh universal discrimination WHEN BILIOUS ? NUl]: STOP that CERTAIN-TEED will out last the period of guarantee. I I

,', Remarkable stories of health by officers as to which The General I!
regained makes one third of all the rolls)) of roofing made
< ore told by hundreds who have laws shall)) be enforced) and by citizensas in America.
-a r used Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Itt" to which shall be obeyed. This attitude MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES due Because of this enormous production, and the
it a remedy with a record. Too' first toward law economies to cheap power, modern machinery and i
endangers our
t" dose is always( proof to any stomach pov- -- favorably located mills, the General is able to make the best
. sufferer who tries it. It is quick. erhment. -- roofing\ at the lowest cost.
Here what two users : The functions of the state are to
are
say I "Dtdson's Urn Tone" Is Harmless To Here's my guarantce-lo in any drugstore CERTAIN-TEED is made in !,
i REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro GI!.. institute civil government, to enforce and get a 50 rent bottle of Dod- i
-"J just escaped the operating table. all laws by fines and penalties, for _. Clen..Your Sluggish Liver aon'a Liver Tone. Take.a spoonful and rolls;also in slate-surfaced shlnl: es. J
1' NoW I can eat what I please. I would the preservation, good order and pro- if it doesn't. straighten you right up There is a type of CERTAIN-
.' i be glad if everybody- suffering with tection of the of nd Bowels. and make you feel fine and vigorous I TEED for every kind of building, ,J ; j.
; .: stomach trouble could learn of your rights every one. want you to go back to the store and with flat or pitched roofs from the h"
: remedy The duties of the Christian citizenin Ugh I Calomel makes you Birk. It's pet your money.. od on's Liver Tone largest the
;i" SALISTA THOMAS, 55 La France his relationship to the state, are horrible I Take a done of the dangerous i ill destroying the sale of calomel because \ sky-scraper to smallest ;
Ga.-"I have taken drug tonight and tomorrow lose it !Is real liver medicine residence or outbuilding.CERTAINTEED \ i I
i' V St.. Atlanta, your as sacred in their sphere, as are his you may ; entirely vegetable ..
I remedy fire weeks. It has done me a day'. work. therefore it can not salivate or '
;' much good. I feel like I hardly know duties to the church. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver make you lick.I'guarantee is sold by resPOnsible c 'si V ".
'. my Btrel'1eth--my; appetite is fine." Civil government is neither for religious which cauees necrosis of the bones. that one spoonful of Pod- dealers all over the world, ;
y Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives nor secular! purposes alone; Calomel when it cornea into contact non'i Liver Tone will put your sluggish at reasonable prices. Investigate\ it .
; l': permanent results for stomach, liver not to make people go to church, nor with sour bile crashes into it, breakingit liver to work and l clean your bowels of before you decide on any type of .
; and intestinal ailments. Eat as much up. This U when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipated. waste roof. .
.t' and whatever you Hke. No more die- to make them work for a living; but nausea and cramping. If you are sluggish which is clogging your system' and making ""i
I tress after eating pressure of gas in to make them live right or to punish / and "aJl knocked out," if your you feel. miserable I guarantee that General Roofing Manufacturing ,
'the stomach and around the heart. them for living wrong. Civil govern- liar U torpid and bowel. constipated a bottle of Dnd oo'. Liver Tone will Company
r 'Get one bottle of your-druggist now ment exists primarily for the just enforcement or you have headache, dizziness, coated keep. your entire family feeling&:: fine for WortJLart.t Maufoct. of.RoeIbtfi IU/B.UJMg Papers '
r ((1'l it absolute guarantee tongue, U breath is bad or ktomach! sour, month, r Give it to your childfrn. It tl arse tt1..Q
and try on an of the moral law. \ hWLVUa .... a..,".
whole just try a spoonful of harmless Dodo harmless doesn't and they like its r ... -.I
I. will be ; gripe
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(' 1 ably with other fat hogs in early ma- would like to have an education You are yearly rotation within the three and.lyon or speckled{ beans. Harvest

: turity and In economical production do. There are several in every com year: rotation. the corn. Pasture from December 10

Agricultural News Notes of meat. The meat is of good quality, munity. Perhaps you have children "First field, 10'acres. Plant corn in to March 1, as a dry bean winter pas.

,,': although It Is sometimes criticised'' for who would like to have,an educationor spring with Chinese beans and pea tipre. Plow for spring planting. Open g

.FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA its excess of fat. It is a good grazer whom you would like to ,send to nuts Harvest the corn.. Pasture from tho silo. ., #

''Ii COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE and feeder. It is claimed that the school. Do,you know why .more children October 10 to'December* It). Plow and "'Plant the silage crop on fled 4 the

t 1 1 breed is more prolific than the Poland do not go to school? They have sow oats. Pasture again while plowIng second year and on fields 1 and 2'the

China and the fine type Berkshire.On not the necessary funds. fields 2 and 4. Plow for spring third year. At the end of three yean

[ F ..rnySOME LESPEDEZA tie soil for your citrus trees now.. the whole it resembles the Poland Why not begin saving how? If you planting., the sol) fertility. will be more than, 1

f' II IN YOUR OATS FIELD But you may have a different' .story to. China in conformation,, but usually are like almost every ,man you meet "Second field 10 acres. Plant corn doubled." ,

tell in eight'',, weeks.: That Is a habit shows greater length', you cannot spare $200 to $400 a year !In spring" with Yokohoma beans and -

Lespedeza or Japanese clover'' .is nitrogen; has in these' loose. citrus The University of FJorida College to "send your child to college.) But if peanuts.! Haryeat. the corn. Pasture The foregoing. plan Is merely an ex
of .the fields would
The size
worth a trial in every oats field. It soils. It stays in just long enough for of Agriculture and Experiment Station you had started, saving fifteen years this'field from September 1 to October ,ample : ,
and with the
with farm
makes & good and makea the grower to decide that he will not will run 'an experiment to learn' vary tho
pasture may ago you could have had the money 10: Plow under about October\ 10 and 'amount of stock to be' fed. The
hay crop. It is a_ l legume and there. need to plant a cover crop. .Readily just how well the Chester-White is end you would nev.ct' have missed the sow oats. Pasture again from Febru- with the kind cropsprobably
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would
:.t, 1 fore will build up the soil. In some available nitrogen leaches rapidly. Its adapted to Florida.' Until some data small monthly savings. Plans are under ary 1 to March 1 in connection with : vary of

sections of the state, it will not givegood availability depends on its ready sol are available no definite proof can be consideration at the University' of field 4. Plow again for spring plant farming. The,, legumes however" P

results but Is is worth trying ubility. The supply available for the had concerning its fitness. Aside ,'I Florida for an educational savings ing. Open silo] I I I''j should-be included in any plan. ."

cord'nl'to E- S. Pace, District agentor plant may leach from and open soil from its white skin it is probably as i frnd. A Depository will be provided in "Third field 20 acres Plant corn _. '. .
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',' ( the University of Florida Exten- within ..igh\ weeks. The' trees. show good as any of the lard hogs. one bank in each county. The money in spring and speckled or Chinese I

Kion i Division. need of it by yellowing will be available to the child or per- Genie and be .
peanuts, or a part can MUSTANG
It is most likely to succeed online B, F. Floyd plant physiologist to fifiC fiC '44 o fi+nGceti4er0fi4fiti' son ,lundcn whose namo it' is deposited planted to gpighum and cow I

low moist-fertile places. Sow about the University of Florida\ Experiment 4 fi at the age of twenty or when the Put'these crops in the silo by July 15.1

a bushel to the acre during the early Station, advises those growers- who DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS: .- child is ready to go to college. Per- These should make about 100 tons. For Sprains Lameness:

part of March. Scratch the seed in intend to apply very little or no fertilizer C' BROUGHT AGAINST CATTLE > sons will not be required to attend the Pasture hogs and cattle on the peanuts :II ,

lightly with a waeder. This not only during the summer to adopt > ;; TICK University, of Florida. It i is probablethat and green forage until the Y ko-' Sores, Cuts,.Rheumatisri

covers the seed but it also cultivatesthe some means of supplying and maintaining < bunks will compound the interest I homa beans 'In' field 2 ore ripe about Penetrates and Heal

oats. It may be sown also on .. the nitrogen. Cultivation of .In the Court Common Sense, <' qunrtoily. I the last of August. Plo\V< under about I Stops' Pain At Once I
Bermuda sod where it usually resecds leguminous cover is the best ({Judicial District of 1len'sIindsIn I '
crops < I This plan will enable many parents September| and sow oats, rape, ryeor For Man and Beast t
itself. method. No matter whether the > !\ Chancery. to send their children to college who al of these
,.., barley. Any one or 25c.50c,$1.' At All Peeler.
grower plans to fertilize or not he ':- would not he able to do so otherwise.It may be sown. Pasture from about ,

FEED IS SCARCE INAPIUL should grow legumes in his grove. !State of Florida. will also promote the habit''of saving December! 10 to January !3.: Plow

AND MAY They furnish not only nitrogen but vs. ". Bill for ))ivorl'l". II not only in the parents but in the under for spring planting. LINIMENT

humus and organic matter as well, Texas.'. Tick. , child as well). "Fourth field, 20 acres. Plant corn
which are necessary for the 'maintenance C. fi I
April and May are the lean months 'of soil life. Wherever conditionswill fi.G4 .S6C.fi * s..e > *, * < > - - :
for feed in Florida For this reasonA. I ESCAMBIA AGENT
P. Spencer district agent for the permit cover crops should be The plaintiff, State of Florida, complains : CROP ROTATION
University of Florida Extension planned before planting time. that she has been wedded to OFFERS

vision urges farmers to provide Di-I Cowpeas and beggar weed are the the defendant Texas F. Tick, since ,I l//tlll1 r AVORITE
favorites because they can be grown the University v,
if their supply is running low. German the first cow entered her domain. S. W. Iliatt, agent for -

millet may be sown during the quickly. Velvet beans are fully as She prays complete separation and divorce of Florida Extension Division in

first part of March and will help tide good: if not better than either, but on the grounds hereinafter Escambia county,' has planned a crop; FERTi: t 11
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over the def ciehcy. Millet does bet owing to their rank growth they are stated. rotation applicable to a small West _
apt fo smother the trees or interfere is for three
ter on moist land and makes a better Plaintiff states that the marriagewas Florida farm. It planned
I REQUIRE
growth during March and April than with their growth otherwise. Seed a mistake and a failure, that the years with special reference to cattlei DIFFERENT CROPS

in May and June when the land gets; should be obtained for the cover crop defendant has, by his cruel and unmerciful -i :i:- hogs Note the differsrtt' crops DIFFERENT KINDS OF r!

before planting time. treatment of her made her that are to be grown in a year which FERTILIZERSWhile '

dry.Sow broadcast about one peck tc an object of ridicule and eonte'mptImonl the basic elements are the same) the

the acre. If the area to. which it is tc PLANT BUGS ATTACK IN SPRINGThe { her Sister States. lie has amounts of the ingredients vary"

be sown is !small it is better to plan -- brought humiliating discriminationupon 'ItALLSMthAIlNl'; 1 + $ FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE

in rows so that it can be cultivated. plant bugs which attack young her from her sisters and her paternal I I I ytsi'l MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS.
in left
vegetation spring are -overs Uncle Sam.
Cultivate as often as possible to conserve -
moisture. from the previous season. They ape lie has preyed rpon her cattle and iLb .

Sorghum sown, March 10 will give trained veterans in the art of insect I sucked their blood and made them H' Each sack is marked to show the important

It be cussedness! and are ready to work as their hides. I .t k elements.
foe during May or June. may .i..k. HP has damaged "
broadcasted or town in rows. soon as their pleasure dictates. They Bv his treatment of them he has decreased Special Formulas (for All Florida Crops

usually come from the hammocks and then value from one-half to L'' \ .. Write for Quotations.
from thistles whore: they have spent
reduced the milk
two.thil'dlie has
EARLY SWEET BRING POTATOES GOOD PRICE the winter. Among those which can I[ flow of her dairy cattle at least one- I II AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS.-

'be looked for are the large: green' \[ half. He has appropriated to his own I Women Tell Why They INSECTICIDES. ,

Early summer sweet potatoes do I I pumpkin bug, the red cotton stainer, I use the blood manufactured from valuable -: Love This Magazine i '

fall but the giant and smaller leaf-footed feed for milk and meat piocuc- lii.m 1' .hum I" I' It Sit INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY'JACKSONVIElTtf.
not yield as much as the crop, : i : 7to.. v'o',
; plant bugs, and the brown stink bugs' I I ,,. unlit, Mr.. J- II. c l !;
1 ion and has thus effected the Joss of ..
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makeup
will
the increased usually I ,, tetra r
price I have eu r
'll' .1 Inr "''mn rm" FLORIDA.
J. It. Watson entomologist to tjie her .1 I I I I'S M t All. s I I.tt. rilr, Mr.'" V .
millions of dollars to people an- < ih";:
for any deficiency in bushels A. I V\ ..r. I aur.hea,; :; II ben 'h.haul hn.I .
of Florida Experiment .
University '''"1i
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I e "II ntakrat 'IK111.1 -.
for the Uni- nually. , Timnl
district h.lIp"
P. agent niiiniiiiiil ale! "
Spencer 0 i Ii I I I. a4!> <
: Station, suggests that the only practical defendant has and "'nn! I r.... ...l Mivtil" me Ur mina than >. '
.4|ff versity of Florida Extension Division The propagated for tear. .nhr"nlll..n.rauunw' ." _. _ _ --
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method of control is to collectthem the of the Texas ii l'i"hM.Vl 'A" J. <., Tens "I .... tell i
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in which plants for : encouraged spread wale, a Nnt111'''
fives two ways i u nil HIM' II mealy. I" 1.i U
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by hand and drop them in kero- I :here taken' Jli<'AI.I. H
MTll..r J
: which killed ml| .1.1
l he In fever organism plaintiff'scattle. ,, ant. 1 &
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the early may jobtuined.! "AnAI'q; HimI aaa marrl mir gin
crop sene. They are fond of potatoes, betns .lie l has discouraged purebredcattle ,,...,lit", t'H,k It for, Isere ,I.efnre run...1 iln.. now g
first the are planted nwil Krrrjr new rttRh 1 9 MILLS THIS l
the INC.
place potatoes 1 u i Hi It FLORIST
nnd other tender vegetation. Since and He has ,or" ,;IUIM. ,./'r..r:'"f f learn. m> liu.li.n.l" ruel.or 6
in a seed bed during February or capital industry. ii,,uIn.. ."",... lliBt friitil AI.CAI.Ii..' = !
there are no young, they can be seen \ robbed babies of wholesome milk, and -a n.I (if ,In rlulil' I "cold' ""I do! .."10"1 II." t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA k
early in March.It easily. One-can usually; detect their the A R.c. eie.d: F.ikl. A.lk.ntT f.r 45 Yr.r, | I W quofr..h cut flowmr for w..k beginning January S, pa follow.
otherwise prosperityand
endangered
FukM MIMOM
will be to hut the I." Jucnkm rim kit Other
necessary ry po- presence by the wilted tops or branches welfare of her people.! 'I mn In m> 111,. mr ant..... till ."'ipportInl - Rottt Whit and Pink $.J.OO an<$4.00 per,1_. I
tatoes so that the slips may be had m't' ,1 Ilk. Mel AI.I. the I-.1 'nil B "
American Beauttct iOOO .
of the plants. By taking several other I h... lirptr iln*.nmaktfic' tnt-e' I was. 2*." = 1
for planting early in April. To do this For the foregoing and reas- a rhea Mrw M I. J ..r c''irnrnituirt. 'Krrtra Carnation, Whit. and Pink 1.00 t tLilfi.
rows one can caver considerable area the plaintiff' Asks divorce and loa ilriurnnlihrff. lemma. end 'III Klnilile' soil InKtruitlre .. 0/ he . .I.OO Of Of ;
four ons Valley
put a layer of stable manure .. inttuni I ImTfl Irarneil In iln>M m
this in an hour. Drop the bugs into a pan further that the jury of Common Pea family nnll. apt .l>./li"til." .rltv/ ..Mr. HM Eatttr Lillit 3.OO '+ I
inches deep over the bed, cover tif KwuurNy. "<>ur famllr "li. wnrka.1fur .1
I containing a little water overlaid with will render the following verdictas tun ..i-ry >fur tail Iwn *,tow jritnr rnaeanm - sweet Pew . . 2.SO 100
with two inches of earth. Lay the potatoes ple .' utarlnl. wrli. Mlat II. nf NolirankaI Doubt Violet. 3.OO 100
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kerosene. punishment to defendant; .i. a .lrn4 maker r mn> OIIIM
possible just iJ.n f"n Narcamum 1.00 "dos.
on this as closely as paa..n.art McCAl end htn .
It is best to hunt them in the .early "W the jury find the .,defendant .n. Irmilile In "ntliit' iwrfert ..ll.f_rtlon.' .y
without allowing them to touch each .. . 'T". mural t ..-
ran )t. It nf Iri.ll.ir.
n i MISS JEAN CALDWELL
'. think morning or on rainy days before theiriointsLbecoms guilty and recommend that he be dipped ,'??,* 'IK..H tin ...10''...... Tour Finer-Work ; Kiasimmee'AgentThe
I .. other Cover'the' potatoes with a and "whiletheyfa'reTsluggishMContactlJnsectij . lioi.nrlnirnl" lies rirtinl, quills a few dullara t
,limbered up j I''poison'untildeadyl ." ." well',. Mm. C? tif Omun.
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;\' J .layer of;pine'atrawtytThen barelylcovj\ ; JgI'i. ?"Siif: ,, a'mist Subirrlptif Os i, IS Crflf
\ 1 ( of/of/
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'' l itWITNESSfmyShand andseal,
V: er the whole with earth Protect' the Add: THE McCALL COMPANY,
bed from cold winds. ,and provide tides i will kill'them. butTa spraying ficVthis" 24th day"of Februa ryfAf D? ?70S! MeC.H .,ldi>. N.w York City. N. Y. "

shelter during cold nights. Keep the mixture strong: enough to be effective. 1916. FREE ". 1

will burn the foliage. (SEAL) Poor Lana, Clerk. a Weera Wile Sew! Nemel. Cur: of -
drown the : ,, I
bed sprinkled, but do not .AI I. ,IAIAi'I\l.nI' : 'ii core ad/ :
l By Purebred Cattle I Deputy C'lcik 333t.l,..,-",',. Valti, 'rn l'.liiliiini."Fill:K on ri4ui'nlZ '
heat of the manure. When slip"*arelarj'e To Fine. Nctdltworkcrt'" .1 'I I Jtv > Store of Kissimmee
Favorite
MORE J PEANUTS; I I
GROW Health & Prosperity. I \ ,ik I It,. I I. ,, ''li tuwr ..l.t stain, nn,'rrl I-,m* In
enough; plant them immediatelyin = 1mbrnLl'n; Ktln. ,In. I''III-1: : fir t'senttameT .
Protein supplements are necessaryfor Attorneys for Plaintiff. t Churrh Workeri* H '"i ''iflvi, n .U si..\
the field. Ho not attempt to make .1 I flair.I h' A k" I. r Ml l .'Al.I. X I'lmr,I Iml, I IA
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if it to prolific livestock production.< It I IU. ', u I I.I i. 10-,I I l I.. 'i a I 'n, li ,
cuttings from the vines a crop null Clot B Ufr \-l, t I
To Acrnli .
is comparatively easy to provide the START WING SOW) Mi<'All:s, n'", I lo.'tl' '(. ... GII'T" "' 'I' !
be made from them. . m/i.. : t 10'11'1'1 I If ''
I
siino/ nn A-II
obtain nn early starchy feeds, those which go: for energy I.ORN: KDl'C.\TIOXDo (): : j,;: matnoI and ClrU'' : Blcyrln' >n I I.in., ,..Ir. 1.1 FURNITURE ?
The second way 19 a Teleel.' .I'r /, l.l\''TX All" 1 nl I f Tg
justus and fat production. But proteinis I !" M.i.tl I. s l.niii, I ""i. Iu I U. and I I. i"
the sweet potato
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crop i is to (plant .
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the Irish potato. Cut the potatoes just as impoitant and frequentlythe you Know a boy or rid who 'i.1I "I"' t m' I r Ilol'' ''I'm" w'" e

I limiting factor in profitable l feeding
shout two
in pieces and plant
inches deep in gray> sandy Ion m. They : Protein feeds ate expensive when' I ; i

may be planted out in South Florid.,! purchased on the maikets', should('onseqUv'ntly !he- I: -WE HAVE IT !
as po'\ci'le
Flor- as many
ahout Much 20th and in North FOR I i
f.nmThe
ida ubout April 10th. The warmer grown on \eiy @WJ1 ]]
farmer, is
the location the faster the potatoes southern paiticulaily) THE !
fortunate in having natively adapted -

will Either grow.of these methods will probably protein clops. The coinK'lt farmer' L OLi110L"LSLrs-1tJts'WilW @ [ m} < @oJACKSONVILLE I

n lI t.l l buy most of his concentiatesThe . ... : In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete
Ke'pthem .
July.
produce well tilled potatoes and growing by well, because I southern farmer can produce ..FLORIDA.\ : line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and

the all he needs' at home. Peanuts have r= : handle reliable
the fir! > t man to reach mar- i
r I'
ket will got the best puce. There long been lecogmzed: as an excellentsourc" I I'f; = : ngnaWiJJIA'Jk \
of protein, and John :M. Scott; : Furniture j
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them i
should be no \trouble. in selling I Bed Room Dining
the University
animal industrialist to l ,
I liecause Irish potatoes will probablybe --= ..
high and they are the nearest sub (If Florida Experiment Station, urges I I I '- :. Room Suits, 'Kitchen Outfits, Par- 1
!ul'tion. The only factor
stitutes.11he Triumph or Big: Stem grater I"'n< !

Jersey will give an early crop. limiting their widespread use j is the a t lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,


? supply.Peanuts are better'adaptod to Florida i Couches, Etc. ,
COVER ; /
PLAN LEGUMINOUS; conditions' than 80)'I'l'ans.' They
CROP FOR CITRUS GRO'EThere the I \\1 =-
will produce more bushels to
may he plenty of nitrogen: in acre, they are just as good feed and This store is making a record for itself in the, matter of

J I arc as easy to harvest. They are better helping people to outfit home Come and He, Our prices an

feed than cottonseed l meal because right ,
CENT "CASCARETS"FOR a I
10 LkVER AND BOWELS they do not injure the digestive equip- ,,

ment of ummals.. Hogs can range i

freely on peanut pasture, but continuous -
Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, feeding of cottonseed.i'meal I to 6 a TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS

Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad pigs is likely to result: disastrously

Breath-Candy Cathartic. No matter what kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam,

, No odds how bad your liver stomach THE CHESTER \\'111'1'1A f I Railroad or Statioaary Engine-we hate exactly the Toels J-
GOOD; LARD HOG
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or bowels; how much your head ; 47fr need in Jour everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc.,

r aches how miserable you are from ,I Like the Poland-China the Chester i it all of the best quality and workmanship and at prices that will r

constipation indigestion; biliousness.and While is a good hog for improving FOR THIS CATALOG TODAY surprise yon. This store has the reputation of handling only

sluggish bowels-you always get common stock. The purebred animalis SF'D ,,,,, hardware that is of superior quality and yon will make no mistake

a relief with Cascarets. They imme- a good lard type but it rekuires MARTINS ilal.P T S FR EE. ;; "II in coming here NOW and inspecting oar big stock.

diately cleanse! and regulate the stomach food- protection from the weather. The WATSON l Illli".rli( ;

.. remove the sour fermenting the bile common" complaint among southern WATER r/AALSO/ ASK US TO SEND YOU
take excess
foul
and gases; growers is that it is particularly sub- MELON V/r///////

from stipated the liver waste and matter carry off and the poison con-. ject points to will sun justify scald. the Whether extra its care good to / VWEEKLY PRICE bs-" /// Osceola Hardware Company

?J
i 10-cent box from your druggist will prevent skin troubles remains to be

keep 'your liver and towels clean; proved. Cl9. &

stomach sweet and head clear for The Chester White compares fa.vor-

month They work while you .Ieep.H .




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uuA.u.u..u.uuuu. Oysters Roasted In the 3h.ll..: TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, '!

f Sifi f STILL ANOTHER. j Wash and scrub the shells./ Cook In HAIR STOPS FALLING ;;I
r y I 3 a bot oven or on top of stove over red- ,

Hbout j H' Run hot, con 1s or'' In a steamer'' until the -
I .TtjU, Hat MlghfB a Modern I: hells opep.( Always place them round Save Your IlalrJ eel a 25 cent bottle .,:.

KNOWN FOR QUALITY bedded Vr.lon of Moorish Taste.AmvlvvvnlvvwvvvvIvyV. :. shell-down to retain, the Juice. Serve of Danderlne right now-Also' {#'

Vy liOn melted butter and 'vinegar orJ lemons. stops Itching .alp. > '
with them
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Bliss -- .
SEED BEANS Icings "

Thin brittle colorless' and scraggy 4
make-immediate Balled Salt Maekerel'ln dream Sauce. ,
We en hip- hair is mute evidence of a neglected '" \
Wash the fish In several waters, remove -
of the NEW CROP' 1915
meat the bead and part of the tall scalp or dandruff-that awful scurf.:

GROWN REFUGEE 1000 TO The old fashioned of rheumatism crape off the-thin black skin and soak
and other diagnosis Chocolate, Icing.-Add two squares of There is' nothing so destructive to 1
1 SEED BEANS : In cold water night., In tbe morn. "
is coming Into disfavor. Too chocolate melted over. hot water Just over '
the hair as dandruff. It robs the haht"; J'
Tajietiet. many distinctly different, types of all. after the sirup baS becn'bonten' Into tbe Ing tie the flab In a cloth, coverwith
of its lustre its and its
m'ulll hare been classed under rlicu- I fresh cold water, bring slowly to a boll, strength very

SEED POTATOES rnnllKiu.I egg.Mnple Iclnff.-fso one and one-half cook one-half hour, then take off tile life; eventually producing a feverish ,

SPAULDINGS Tim old fnnhlonecl verdict of incompatibility cupfuls of brown sugar and one-balf cloth, remove the backbone and lay the ness and itching of the scalp, which ,

is bound, too. In tllll(". 1ori'iinc cupful of granulated sugar In the boiled \fish on a heated dish Scald a cupful is not remedied causes the hair rootsto .

NUMBER FOUR ROSE Into dlHfnvor. Too much'of 'mil r Iclnjf. of milk, thicken with a 'teaspoonful of shrink, loosen .and die-then the j

EARLY RED BLISSTRIUMPH '1101 infelicity' 'thiit Is caused hJ'l nelllHlinous Coffee, Icing.-re one cupful of weak cornstarch wet In 'little' cold milk, adda hair falls out fast A little Danderine ,'
teaspoonful! of minced two
or unrest or uii oimrvdiH'Ms' for coffee In place of the water\ In the parsley tonight-now-any time-will surelysave I
ntiirrln>:'i.' or uItprigdlluus,, ,I, <''IrctiiiiKtifTic'enIn boiled' Icing.MarKliiinillow/ tablespoonfuls of butter and |>epperand hair.
All leading varieties of farm; suit lo taste. Remove from the your
1IIIII'rlllIOf lii.ld'fit! the. dour of ,InOf : ) Icing.: Add twenty .
Field, and Garden Seeds. IIII"I/ltllllj', / / mnrtdiimillowH cat lu fourths to the fire add a well beaten erl.t IIrli Jo Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'sPunderino

Write for catalogue.and course InconipnllliUlly r,,,1M I'!. II sirup, I bfliitf l sure Hint It i Is hot enoughto the fire cook n minute longer/ then from any drug store. You f

Weekly Price L st. Is pri'soIit, ,; In every ninri' .;re In n granter melt them. If not soften the marshI pour the sauce over the flail and serve.Garnish surely can have beautiful hair and lots j
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with ot and
:; sprigs( parsley
(>r lesser! degree. It Is HII Inevitable, mallows first. over hot wuter, on softenIn IJces' of hard boiled oggs.Boy , nf it if you 'will Just try a little Dana a

E. A MARTIN SEED CO concomitant, of every nuirrliiKo/ / !Hilt the oven. derine. Save your hairl! Try it! ,;
j unless It Is proiiouneeil., in )In sonic Cut or Fruit Icing.:-Add one cupfulof -"--- I -- J

SOiJ KoMf any l4trect.JACKSONS'ILLE / ('""('!! wlu-ru n limn nod. wonnin/ nut l'r) K>< rtl chopped nut nieiitu ,1 n t t before; *. I "
FLORIDA spreading I the cnkp. Add rooonnul We all love manly rello,,'.. I
;, In Jut (E9 > mid 1 ii lrrpst. It does not emiseKerloim I I or chopped; nilstns.. Add I I n raisin\. or flu! Boy Boyi that that are are helpful brave end and true earnest; I Ask Your Grocer

'troll, I I''Ic.Tin1 u paste insule by cooking one cupful of And know just what to do. ]j _

average topple are attended, 1 before | chopped raisins or figs with one tablespoonful 'rI W/l

marriage:;: not only liy the call of tK I of water nod one tablespoonful The With boy Her who ran help hi* mother I

I Hex', lint' l It y many nt tribute of mental I tl i a\\ of sugar. The buy who weary learn.household well hi.work le..on; CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES
nail I Hntter I IcIiiK.; -Butter, one-third
s Kpfrilnul nlllnlt.v. sifter inn rrluge I cup- And never I.I known to shirk.
.
? rr +r Its/ nppnrent.' t Iluat/ 'they nre !II>t1M -.. fill ; confectioners' si /pnr. one cupful; .'
I cream, two lublesptKiiifulH' ; nn,'urlng, The boy with a heart n. gentle |
('nlllp'.I' ty III IuiIoi //114 Ihpy' i ,re It"f"re i so ULTRA. A* a KlrCi, when the
I case demands.
one ten ful. Cream the butter.cnulnally .
montage./ Trntty I hilt weep hidden II spocm And the boy who i. nlwa '. readyTo < .
lleadgenr, after this model .resembles , add 1 the xifrod and
Iq',, the //:11111I011"" or "ol\II'I-lIlp\ nun" < sugar; do that which falls to hi. hand.
lute the foregrou0d./ \ For 1I11.1"'IHIIIIIII" old Moorish M\lcs t H""I\\ lilt I. The beat" until the II1I < Iul'l.' looks like whipped ,
jiiiintr high, white feather I. lieM! liy n 'r"IIIII. Add, (lie ll.ivorlni; and Such boys, may heaven bless them! i
Trees Shrubs If"
and Plants w 111'0 "lIdl lIu' ,Product" "f dl..llllllal'"II'I""IIIU"llt I One mNjs mont .
, Knot of btu Hlruw like tlic lint Itself cream until, of I tin1 right; consistency to everywhere.And Best Test
Ourt *r* tl"' rt.iluil 1 u.l I Ili.IN .I. ? K .I"i wed 1 'Iinrrstlly. 1111,1. brliic.n may they grow In number. By Every
ffitflilB b, .Ut'IK'' j.. > t"f -**f| ,,,. 'r i., s,", i|", ,nlll., i iSrtw ,, . many' of thrtr 1 1,111" 111"1" nod I which Is. of a |1'1'<>tl.i. lino W"IIThla I spreinl. Do not put on n hot cake. I* ."' 'ry person'. pray r.
sad wntu .1. f > tut u i l I i .n i A i iRoyilPi'm < .. 11101.11. nro; bouurl' I.f .I.h., TIIt'II, ton i design, ; leaves no iiM, In 111'u"ub I I Cocoa Irhig-414141/ 1 two tablespoonfills -
N'urreririOnmr : iiliout height: I lieliiji> OIK' of .I lie heason'sfeatures. of coc'oa to the Miiiiir.Morlin ; .
"Saw "> Ian > i ,. ,. as; thpv nro unui" nod w o0ta. ". Ihnlr luIhatlluII. -
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,tic,, "is.. gr.. .I I i Hi i I i., ? d. i ,,, ,. ,, , 111101 pna.tlaulll, untnrcv'iii.,, I , I : 1'ln-\.I,1, : two tablcHpoonfill' .
n-1r
.I. i i I| i i i i
: of ("cini/ to the MlLTiir: nod! two
In"I filr!?( r M I i I' i i iRe fllllllall"'lIlall.\" oIII"/J1., / 1'11'1'' II I.. I.. ,
i loner Bros., Royal Palm Nuricnci TRESSES. I.Ml">li>suicinriiH| of I'olTei'. In, plus) of the -
I tl0 ee|> teil Hull' :il time I |Ihr' null!..> SHINING I !
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tae tUotdict A. nnuu, I II.! < roam I
\ r I "" 11111'-. of man trust) \,,ife. sliouM .,"u,-rIli I R. S. FLOYDDealer
1 L , ,Cli, iMlo: Mai: '.liinnllii\v li IIIK Slice
: Ill I II A Doctor's Suggestions' About Sham- i
JI'h"OIII.\\:; s In .thin -1 I;. cs mill<1 lay onI
Tilt- eouple who lire" Idlers I;" or one ..I pool and Daily Care of Your Hair.
Ihe iiiKelule hot. U 'hen coal In
spreadni >
I \\lioin 1, is tin idler bud I liieoni. |>.itil,, r I Ili' charuL'ilt. l I. iii-T.
When II in, 'the.ii li'es.oiL \\ IIh 1",1, 11101..1 I you buy 1'ii'lue, Irinu"; Suuar. t\\o cupfuls" ,
.....
\\ \\ 11h something'; serious to IIi ml. bate lres.e 'nnlU. nor' lii'fnl..' \I'tiller, one teaspoon.. Groceries, Ha.y, Grain and Feed ;
nlMiiil liml.oiiielliinu. ; uijrlli \\liil'!! I" I I v.ilhin( ( lie pow '"1' oi t almost, \1'>' .
fnl. i hoi cola(I. two salt
; wijuares.' one \
BREAD liilf (('aspooiifnlinllla.' : : / om1 tea/ j Corner
.' Mlioiil" .their <|'IT.IVI> : >I I.." III o|>iuionmid >s a lllt: looU. Iii,, onehellier i Broadway and Dakin Ave. I
Vioonfut.: t 0111 10111(' I the' sugar! cut char"
la.I tp.To her, IIK-KH! me inn;: or," t-liorl, I Ihiik or'I ,
ol.ilc' liml,, i Ask for the BEST llio>.(e \\ 110 me iitnvndy, for nnir' I< I Inn'' dry, or Hilt. lirU: ", (Innor just I midhroviii. '|I \ cry J low llninp inilll the >-iiijiir: In dlsxnheil Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed *
,ringr, h" l. ] Tinhole sec-let. I lies, III the
;: \\ are >iid 1 IciiilM't'eil." wren I anil. the( milk melted.' Then h,11la..1
Ilk wed, .llIfth'' .. ., ship of I the health' and I the il.ill.v caro
We make it. Every Grocer sells it '" in Inililt ninl man i iit ,: ulllmiit stlrrliii. : until /a soft ball I r -
iiKenient-/ I this I tj pe' of people, Inrcmipnllhility Ihe I I hair. j 'is frruu'd'hen. dropped' In cold wnter. .
If the hair Is In (tin I Impoverished' ) condition '-- -- } .
Is fur all their ( I -- -- --
0. K. BAKERY scupegoiit! l'emo\e: add the "butter. and let stand J -
nil vdenu'n uora. nbiioriin'.lly I /greasy or abnormally ; !I '':":-:":..:-:....- ........ .... ......... .... ... .. ........ .
j I become, I i until cold. Pent until, creamy and ; : :-: : : : : : :- : : : : :-: : :-:. : :-: :-:-: : : : :":- :-<-:..:-:-:-:..:-:..:-:..:-:.....:,.)
,
dry. showing! u tendency\: l la :
hprind on the cake. This will burn c
E. A. NIEMEYER, brittle nod break off short ; If It loses ] .

Mitchell Street FOR TRAVELERS. j Its! i-olur and bulk then It tx no gent I lubeginning very easily.A :. ATLANTIC COAST LINE

any hair treatment without .
Two 'Articles That the Girl Going I first attending to the. general state of QUAINT DESIGN. : Standard Railroad of the South

South Will Lik. the health. .

..00000000000000000000.... Tbls workl>nj( Is made of Dresden I One should take sufficient exercise" With This Model In Mind Matrons

ribbon, tbe strap of which Is and rest and correct tiny Indiscretions Can Mako One Like It.

M. TILLER forced with silk braid and tassels.rlH'n'j! in dIet. Where an anaemic condition ,Simple JKS It looks, 'this frock nevertheless Fast Tourist Trains East !

equipped with stocking darners. exists a tonic often does wonders, BO conforms to fashion's dictates

Real Estate Agency.aaee.se.ata.eata.e. will a course ox coo liver on, wnue-raw la that It masses tbe skirt fulness on

.......... I eggs and unbolted milk are article of the hips has full sleeves. and panniers. j ,

Realty bought and told. diet which directly beautify the b tir. Tbe material used Is a silvery: gray "New York and Florida Special" '
As to the general care of the hair, It ,

House rented. 7i should be washed na often aa.lt requires ., /.;,-. Florida', , and, West Indian > Limi!fe
Taxes paid and Title verified cleaning. Once, a ,week Is not too often i. '.11,,',', "".:,-';''"'. ''''''' '' ''o'\1': '' -! / ,,- < '\ " \ ..,' i :-, I'" ,"4

y for non-resident.. i .If for a very oily type of hair.-' and about ', : : " ", ICoaatf.l'Lrne1Florlda'Mall .

'Fire Life and Accident IDf once In three weeks Is a Rood overact "Palmetto Limited"
I for ordlnarylralr.. tIf

surance. I It \\'n..hllIt, home liquid soap H I 1l .

Indemnity Bondi. the lies, thing/ lo i.ise.'' The hair should

I lip t thoroughly, netted with warm wnter. / STEEL
.O
o.. SLEEPERS
then a handful of the |IIgP14| ] l rubbed -:- DINING CARS .

- In. I If It does I< 11"1 t )lather I at omo 1 use ni i ;
i M
'little morevnler. / nnd a lithe im ,
:-.x---: :--x--: :--:--) ,
liquid till I the whole. head:. H In n l per" r Sec-that' your reservations! a re on one of (hone 'trains

.f.f feet foam; rin--e out Ihe lather verytlioninii I .

C. W. jj j! |"|l'I 'lake. (lie worM 1 of (lie niol-i- ;{ J, G. Kirkland A. W. Fritot I
GRIFFIN I tine off. \\lih' hot, .. to'vclx. and ilry hIT \ : Division 1'u.sseng-er Agent. Division Passenger/ Agent

I ; i-...liiiiL. ";: irl.il. 1 fannlni,, ;. ln) n...it on; nniiieonni ',\ I I : Tampa Jacksonville
I '
," I veal, 'In dry it I ly the. lire" .
Staple and FancyGROCERIES f L :-:":X":"X:": M"X MI* e f > The. dally c'II'I..f the linlr: is l.io-t, Importnnt *:":<<*:-:- -:-: : :.c-------.
.r: I ' It should, , In-, well brushed .evTV

nifht./ .. I Ihr H< alp' bt'l.g.; llr''t of all' I J'

; i I i treated; with a rallier! hard bwdi to. J1

Ktlinnlnlptlie1rriilatii'ii" and the longhair : I e.

aflernnnl, ln-iisheil with 1 Innsweeping -, i
Free I -
Delivery to all Parts ,
slmkcS. two brushes.vllli ,

of the City rather' long, stiff bristles being' UMc'd.This \. 1.r zoo
H 'to 1 Keep' Ibo, hair clean and glee I t it Les. '

,, o( .-oo----:..:. UKEKl'L FAVORITES. It a natural ,.1",.,,.. j j I J ..IDEAL n1 J


I Some Tasty Sand\wicheft. f FERTILIZE'r'' '

hoi: ('ollllolll..M'rlllll li"l""r' with nil I The JIIdnlait.-Itue, cream cheese. M'F'D BY

the neei'M-ary sewing; uti-nslls thread.. ,, twelve olhes sluneil, nod 1 < hopped' line, i. I f ''' t. .'71: ;
tlilinble. needles and Kcissorsvllli ,, 4ui WILSON&TOOHEftUse
Joe E. JohnstonCITY \ niulstcn and 1 xpread bctvcen' tliin buttered f-t FERTILIIEa to e,' \
!po'ket on the lid for odds I and endn. "I s 1. rr3 L.,
\
IH | slices of nhite or entire wheatbread. ;e Q +eeasw.vaunA._ c fy'rt' .- 'La
I oumpMCt. pretty, covered with leather | ) -

nnd therefore durable. The n..Ktuu.-'Ifa"b. : cold l"ked101111\ ,

ENGINEER I odd 1 t two la blew)HIOII fills horserndluh to

Conventionality. each cupful' of beans, spread' between 1
I
\Vomnn In much I less convcntlonnl i, thin slices of brown bread. butt t'red. 8

Surveying and thnn man. She dos all the conventional Tomato catsup, or prepared' mustard, I I {

things nail) attacks other womensavagely may bo used to season beans Insteadof Ideal Fertilizers

DraftingOflRSONFQRJIIER for breaches of horseradish If preferred, seasoning

But you will generally find to suit the taste.
./ >ji innn may with Irnimnlty, L'OIIH'1I1101l'1 \\'nllluI-B"t'r the bread And Be Sure of ResultsFor

'lI I vention he will not do so, spread'" over, each .silica layer of cheese,

crecy Is guaranteed a woman will | then a layer of chopped' nuts. 8'rtllklltwllb ( -

plciise, herself first. and repent[ only IfnccesKiiry. salt and cover with unother ullce. crepe de chine with elaborate embroidery a quarter century Ideal Fertilizers
. It follows that a man l It! Serve with olives. have
done In heavy silk of tbe some tone, produced best crops with the biggest
conventional because he The i.
; Onion. Soak
respects convention finely cut Ber
but different weights massed on tbe
I women conventional I because nlllll" '(11I1"16 III Ice water for an hour panniers and sl'e"e9Tlte princess! front profit. Today, as heretofore, we give you .:;
she In afraid of what may bappen If the water being previously' sweetenedand the best
I j is beltL'lII.ly with a heavy" silk cord combinations of plant food
she does not obey convention. The I salted.\ Drulp. and mix with mayonnalsv possible.
and tassel. This frock la exceedingly
\ typical, Englishman/ of the world 'Wreck. nnd place between slices\ of
picturesque on a certain typo of woman.
Right Sources
ed upon n desert Island would get Into while bread. i

Ills evening clothes as l long as bis shirts ISlliurdlc.-Two packages of cheese,
r, Insurance that Insures; lasted; his wife alone In such circumstances one hard h..I1..1:1. / (. a ten cent bottle Homemade Too Wagon. Perfect Blends i;

iwoiild wear a low cut dress to stuffed olives salt and cayenne to A discarded gocart may be used for Right

Protection that Protects take her meal of cot'onnuts, even It ber taste, one tablespoonful' melted! butter I tbe purpose. Remove the seat part ProportionsWrite ,4
from the toeart, leaving the wheels
frock did up In frontl.-Atlantic. and a little chopped onion. Chop and
mix all together/ and spread between and handle. Then saw the legs, off for new catalogue and price list. We .can

Caper Sauc. For Boiled Mutton. slices of bread. from an old wicker table about five "Beat the Market on prices. V

For this the regulation proportions of Inches from the -ground. Fasten the
table to the gocnrt nnd palpt} all\ a
a tnblcspoonful each of butter and
Cornmeal Fish Balls.Take dark Place of tbe Wilson &Toomer '
green. on top table Fertilizer
flofir are cooked together:: until they two cupfulsof. cold white corn- Co. I
DAKIN AVENUE first a piece of cretonne, then a piece
bubble and a half pint of boiling water meal mush, combine It with '
one cupful Manufacturers
of !glass over that. Hold both In place of Ideal Fertilizers
la then poured upon them and tbe of shredded
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA codfish one beaten egg
with four strips of molding! naUled on '
sauce stirred until smooth and thick and Jacksonville
oat tablespoonful of butter. It
firmly and painted the same dark Florida I
and seasoned with pepper salt and at the fish Is too at ty It should be soaked

leant a tablespoonful of capers. tint Drop by spoonfuls Into hot fat green.
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1: 111 HI I i ii i n i n 1111 n i I Man's Party Irhlra city nf Klsslmmen snl>i-ta fllmmona sad .AdniftlmMona, notices aa shown below, your answer : FOR: COUNCILMAN I
who are by of the city of i and'all prrnona rlnlmlnat an InterrntJn under oath sPeCifIcally\ "t"UhK and 1 I >.ft'i''

Klaslmmee lawful eleetora, who have the proiirrty deacrllied la t>e Hill :If'1 e H negations of cnntiat -
LegalAdvertisements onlor before February 12, 1916. paid ; nl I'omplnlnt. : : fall within; that time to I' Political Announcements ."
'. their poll taxeS for the year. 19i4 and : Hcapon.ia. file In this office due proof that you I
116 who have registered up to and TO ALl. WHOM JT MAT CONCKHN: haw acrfc'ed a coiy of answer on'' hereby Announce myself a. candidate .

I. Including March 3rd 'mid and who It uiiuearliiK from the affidavit of W. the said coiitestani I Ir.urn. pets.in or for City of
pll'd81 thetnaetvea to ub!
.... aul of aald primary election vote flied In thla cause, that the made by the delivery of a cony-of your. moe for tho year trp .subjectto
,.,' IIIISIIISIIII1SIIIIIIII the nomlneea thereof at ant -I esld(.ncea of Ida May Delti. Kdlth May anawer to the contestant in .pi-raAn STATE
city election.Unallalpalloaia. iloita. Ueornle I Helta. Susan A. Sim- proof of such be either COMPTROLLERE. 1 the White 1an'. Primary. If'elect

NOTICE) :.TO 'CRKDITOHS & .f '......t... I mona, William Ilernard Jlmntola. 8olimon the said B:: ee"rl : acknowledgement I promise faithfully '
', '" - Th ae, and. only those persons, shall Elijah Simmons.' lnla of his the copy, I e t peron
'" be permitted to become candidates for Hlmniona Paulino KlUabeHi Simmons showing the date I duties of the office the
I. the ( ....t of the Ceve.tr ...._, receipt, or theaffidavit I the t 1
State 4f "'.orld.. Osreola : : and
who pledge themselves in lameil are 'unknown! that they are delivery was made stating when and Rfl-Lc- my ability. tor"prspert

.. E. .t. of Llaale Moseley. writing to abide by. the result of said over the age of twenty-one years; and where.the copy was delivered ; If made _ T CURRY.
To Bill '...dlt..... I........., DI.trlbu*... primary t1..etona and support the hat there la no one within I the State by registered ,mall proof of such .,'rv- 'I- progress,. <
..d all I'eraoBa ha. .laar. Claims I nominees : who are qualifIedunder : of Florida the service of Subpoena Ice must consist of the affidavit of theiers.ni .
, .', .,7 ....01. ..alast aald Katatei er >e- the laws of the state of Klor ; upon whom would bind said Iteapondettta by whom the copy waa nisiledstat L. H. : from Kansas has
lila and City of hold of-, Seedhnl.
I You and each of Klsslmruea to ( luig when and Hie iiostofflcw to
tlfled and required you to'are hereby no ftcu. It II.., therefore. Ordered that Bald which 1 was mailed, and this R"ldavl recenUy 500 acres near
clalma demanda which present any 1.1st of Offices 4o he Killed. Respondents bo and they hereby)' are must accompanied by the. .purcase
ana
either of have the you. or ISach elector In the city of Klsslm- : required to appear to the of Comilalnt er's e .' Ito letter. oatm..t. I Wekiva, wi plant the whole
against
you estate men qualllled to vote In said , ,IJ"IJota" .
r Mczlc l primary fileil -iii said cause on or before You In your answer the '
CeoIa County Mom-ley l4IorIda.deceased to *ioI'underBiifiu of I shall have the right to vote In said : ).lomhiy the fii'd day of April. ) \18. 11Th' tilt of the post office to which you I acreage to t\fav ,; .

ISxecutor of aald |I"'hnur' for: ithcrwlse the allegation or aahl. desire futp.ronotices to sent to1|
estate, within for Mavor.4ln .
from ".dll..to will 'lie taken aa "o..re..d hy Bald HospotHlcnts. you.
two the
years date hereof.JJatfd .
"' I for. CU-rk. ( Sv. '
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UOIIT
llecember 20th 1915.KUULRMTON I liAVIS, Citrus shipments are til1
OnO {.'alldld..t. ror; 'r'.o..rt.On. I It Ii. flrlh'r O'lor..cl that thla "Id.'. liettlHlel. i fruit
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WILBUnK.
'.8t . 1"'ahul Tax Ii e ,itiibllsllifd once n week for might Imle i of. n rut.. : I ..lmrut I. I hhovirig frnl Glenwood in large
1)lhl'nto.
Kxecutor.Ill '
I Collector. I . cons. I'litlviweeks i i li the KlnnlinmeeValley I 2f.. .IMS'
tine candidate f6h. Member of City. (lar.ette. a w ....kly newspiiperitilillKhcd I Hate of; second publication. M... h ." quantities and the bulk of the crop '
Council e.J' 0114 ) I.a r. i In iul .County HIM) of ( NIt K
: J .is on the trees.
.. l.li TO flIiD: \ .) (.OUI) Filoil1I Two candidates for of Clh'C..cll Hal.- 'ti .
.. . l"mhe. -. e-lrculatInn tn aald 4'iMinty. <.r'lhl'f !'ulI""I". M.ll-i-ll 'IK l
i LF" I for two mill
years \VITNIiSS thHonorable I .h it 111(5 W.Vrklna. .
I ---'- 1.1 v. MemlH-rs of the KxecutlveCommittee I .'.ludaiof I lie t Cnurtif Initiof'fourth nuhlliMtlnii, Mnri'ii, "
!. .. < Irrull of tbe Mlale of Time for (iiuihifp I. iii lal.. nf and m.bund as flei Kher. ? '
1'Iorlde. In- and for Onreola | lui eli pei-Hiiii deHlriiix i tn.have hi Is nf. 1'I..II., ,1 I" "rl'II',!! BI ill of stunt '"'II !.: '1'1 I US liiI'ltIts.: \I Associationsent out 4,880 quarts of

('.uait>-. In t'haneerr. name printed on hue primary election c''iitirt., this 21st ":" .f .T'"ln', .\. JI. I- .'i-rio, in the (lir-tt months shipments
ballot as a candidate r.r any oily office 1 till I 0.) .. In < olir4. of the f'oniily .1.lildu J4tntenT
aalel 1'. ('...Ito--- shall lie with the 4".I'ml. of J. I. nviCKSTIU'-.KT.\ l''lorldit. llMceulti 4'inmt.>. I'rom that point. 5,
va. I Ihia I commit I I tec. on or I hi' ry 11"11 4"lcuk) t Ciiuil.Coiwford is

$...... .n...... cad ........' n........ her IBIINImnil. 22, 1Hfl.! Ills notice I of. caiidldat-yv I and :: 1 Jo n.h., (1"0'11 I. ... Ksdilr: .if I mil 1 IL 'IriMlell..

and 10' ,.. for, <',.mfll.ltIitlOtttM.| : [-M Toll I'M ,diuii. l.i '1,11, . HlMtiilmtli '
A. Morgan hi. It appenrlnK by affidavit. filed In the I of this i committee I nnd accompanied OK PI I', ".. ".Auaint1 .I.I! | KM.lieV"il. :

above Hlated cauae that Hrerah Itoiaeand : : : by the it I"I\ I : Iltl.:1 .-- nl.I''lln" .. ;tm...) ill'1!il of '> "*!. ,alv ll'l.bvnolillid ,
Ix>uls Itc..No. her huaband nnd I K, veasincnt as apecllled l no In 4'lrcnlt I Cidirt. Heiiith .Imlli'lill I 4'Irtu4 .- :inil i ciiili'eil to I" I'. "I ,i'ivdnltliN S. U. BULLOCK
(). Mormin mul Minnie (1. his iiatne of nny candidate' shall beiirlnted ,
Mnriran. MI..h. Stale of l.'lorhlii. nnil forOsceoln .mill' demands wlileli y ni. 01cltlni I
wife the defendants named therein are' i i "upon or (zu ti t e i or returned I ol. ,'miti. may: have IIWIIMIHI; th-
/ 44innt In 4 h. _..
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<..cli of them non-ri>Hldents. of the If printed uponnny! such ballot un > u'cri. Stilt -'f (I'llill 13 '.I.J.II. il..... ii'..1| I '

Htato of Klnrldii, nnd that the re.ldence l- '.. thla provision I .hiii.l 1 have been !' I'll, ,,. lull of-iiHieola '' In tli.umlci '
II. Sno nail T. : co.inrl.ners I l
a :
< ; : II'.r
of each or the Maid defendants hi \omII..dIt!. l i h. dolnu.IIIMII. | | .*MM I.ns Snot A : -lnni-tl I ; \mtiiiiiuistlltl'itu: ;, : *,il:l REAL ESTATE

unknown nnd that them In no peraon. Form of llallot.The llr entail, ullhfii twocars fr,1 the, d"l. P.. T HAG ARD
*%%% *CCtfltSflflS% .
In the Hut of Florida, service of ..u1o. voting In soul primary eleCtion.stta'il 4 omplnlnnntN.. I h..r
poena upon whom would bind the aalddefendanta be l>y first ami seconil choice .bal ,a, j M.iiiil" I 1..h'.la. 21ft. V l hi VlKMX..M1KTM of Marion County INSURANCE :
( In compliance. with I the I
provisions
or nov one of them. nod lot. Ida Mnj Ilel4. Killla May lI.lt, 4ieor- : : THI'UKI.I.:
that each of said defendant Is over of the State pilmary laws, and the ale llrllK, Solomon >le4'lellnnil.: Kuvnn I II."t \ilmlnl..tiuttlM I I \ C."dida'0' *

the nve of twenty-one yearn; 1 1N..ld'nt namwH. of the ,..l"lhlll.. '.. fur each of- A. MminonM.llllain Iteriinril Mltn.menu. - Examination of Titles 1:
It In therefore ordered that: old non. ii C. to he voted 5 ii I I lie arrangedon Oolnmon KMIah ilnim.inH.lary I'i It: STATE COMPTROLLERin I a
the hallo In alphabetical order.4'aavaMN .
defendants h, nod they an \ Iriclnla. MmniotiM. .. lll.anl .
liereby required I to appear to the bill of Itelurna.Thla >elli Mmmona and .1'0.1. ii... Notice IN hereby ul\eii I that I tinan f A. nut I
o f complaint filed In Hall I cnuBe committee shall meet at elwhto'clock nnil all clnlmlnw an InlrreHtIn ... nu.-il meetlm .r' the Nl.uukiumi.I.-tu, ofIII Specialty. .;
before Mondav.: the fith day of r.i'.nr.'i,. I1. M on the 4lh day of March, the properdeacrlbrd iierMitna In the Mill :Sm ."'1'11':1TJI.ITJ'::-; "-" '. II' \ \\ Democratic PrimariesYour }
A. n. 191fi olhi'rwlae the allcK-atlonn 1 910. In the City ('' ,' l 4vhamher of of 4'omplnlnt.ItrNpoutlcnts.. will .hi- I"hl II. 1 ,if tinCom I '

of aald bill will be taken aa ronfcanodby the11.v. of KlHHlmmec. anti publicly I l.a II S K iKKlm mi'i*. OKi'i-olii i'nuntlurlda. S. Suppqrt Will B. AppreciatedFOR I TorresDondenca Solicited. J
said defendants canvass the ret(I r n ti. In accordancewith on Tui-ailiiv. March: 25 t ii. :I MHO.I: J'

It la further' ' ordered that this ord.rbe I hue I'rlmary election law of Klor TO ALL WHOM IT MAV CONCERN: lit I 12 itVliK-k noon, r..1 t fieriIIMI ofillniliifH .
publlabed once week for clirlitconsecutive (lda., and d..lnr.hlll candidates havebeen fur tin- i'. for
a nr. I
nominated I for' each office votedfur. II appearing, 1 from the affidavit, of "tnln. alI
I weelta I In the KlanlmmeoVallev ( I (lralnsmtu'timtti itf ] all lnmlnenHhut
"'. I! ('na wrul. Solicitor for "om1.1..1""nl" 1'HI MAYORI Robert Riedel Co. '
Haxette.' n newspaper publishedIn nnd the chairman I and secretaryof ( niav rimie h..r, .. tinimetlnu I >
filed 'In thin that therere ,
; Ibis committee. within two days cause 11'
In said County and Stale. I 1".1 New .N V. Marcli .'h.I'lr - '
.. ond' ordered In KlRaimmee.Florida thereafter shall certify I the names of ii in-i'Hons I In! eijted i In th"- i>ropertyInvnUeil I \10. NOVELTY
those candidates i receiving I a maturityvote In this suit oth-r than; theknnwn hereby announcemy candidacy WORK 1''
this the Bth day of January. \v MOKKXTTni:1
A. JI. 19JII. for any office tn the city authorltlca Kespomlentn( ami that the .-i, l ... Ii' for re-election to the office of Mayorof House. a Specialty. FInisWindow j
of sui-h I i Interi'Stedn
i -Klsslmmee an the nominees of nit trim's petsons HO :
J. U OVKUSTIIRKT.Ot. .
Ihl.i tinf-lv for I lie (lit I 1..... I,.' lie Voted r.. unknown In lit,* Com iili I mints : and I '--- --- Kissimmce, subject to the White and Door From, Window
( Ct. Seal Clerk Circuit Court. '
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for; nt, the general city election to beheld 'that relief Is prayed In the said Mill : mil OKi 1 111: IOMHTION urI and Door Screens
Wm H Jacknon.Hhackleford March 2f, 1 ill 18. of Complaint aieiiltiHt such unknownHisiionilint UK: 1"1"*! 'VI'K: ll \ \ Primary. I again honored by the J

& Hhacklefnrd.Kollcltors SRtHKK A......m..nC.. ''. I It I Is. therefore. OrI..c hi t KeniiiiN Hie.I the .tnl. of l-'lurlilri. I Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237 'IJ
for Complainant. Kor the purpose" if 'ddrn.llll the cxenses 'that .I .pi't-HoiiM claltnlni an Ilt'r",1 II Ill I tin' I.lltMe itt llllMlllMM ballots of the electors of Kissimmee, Darlington Art. Near Freight Depot

.. nf the .. Inetudjnir and ; th' follow !Inu ,I,' ," : : : \ ; lIe, :il.l. Illlll.V I I pledge myself to the continuance of .
:>'llf .It UIAI .'lItc'II'I' OKKl.OIIIMt. the pa> mint of Inspectors and ertv sltilatiIn the ''otutil \ fCI\\\ :)
.
< I lit I IT I-01 HT OK < l..rks. prititfair of ballots ..t.. the followlnv and HUH., of Kim lilt ifi-wli 1. ....rn'r.. my past record in the office. I' will
4 HA>('KMV: prospective' candidates I I for thearlou a I... i he Inv ,. ir KlsalinmeiCIH. ''Ii.' I 'Ih.i-i, Hi .ml m I':-i.i. IT '7 I I'til : ; uppl..iu. theot.s ami support of ',Q

offices to I lie tilledMajor. 1.1 n"110. :iilnl, t I ,bi-Blli, 1 II"' > nrds I \,1",l inliel I.II.IIIH .111,1. I ml-- 1![ those who service Specialist! in 'j
Three liolljirs.Clerk West of the NoHlie.ist, , eiiinir .f theSV I , I'M.; ". 1 1:1: appl'oe| | my past CANCER GOITKK AND!
W. ..W. < .r.i.n. Comiilalaaat.C. Three 1 Millars 'U of I 1,. :S\, 'li "I" :Sii'tinn, 1-i. Township 1.11" I."... .' Fu"I, ,,. I j i und] Ind'I"O' to how that appreciation them TU1IOR
Cure without
I' TroiiHUrer. Three I Hollars.Marshal 3i' "S llanue' 'l!1.1 K. -.mil' I un I IlielieeVifit .1,1 i "I-'IM, s i -.in; :xm I Ii 'cuttng
K. to'." and Minnie II. Fqiy. Ilrfead.aala. i ,, frxin, ; : i ;.: q in the fulfillment of duties
and' Tax Collector. ThreeDollars \ 3"'" > .IIIM Ih.nri'" :Smith 7i> ,lltll'4.thelKe I MI. I 1111..11.0.-m my them out.
"U'I'IC'M I I II: st rtnil''' \ ., .I_ 1 I h. it'- Ninth THvarilH i 'n"I.. i i '.i cli I i ni,'u 1'0 '.''*,'' to the liet of m aliilily.II. (n FLORIDA
.
On Monday, the 6lh d.v of Mllrrh.A. M.I..ra Cltv Council I. fine HollarlaHpertors. I to point of lnuinniim, iln npiearto ,- .n", II.in.I, .SS. ) .(. rANIO., r
11 UIIII.! the. defendants. C I.'. Kay III. I'.lll of Coinpl.llnl. , In I el 111 llle.l 1'1" ml"s .1..1 '..5,5 1'.01.1 7 R. MAY.
The following Insiwctora and clerk on or li.-fi.i.- I tinInt" I day of M.iv.l HUB.lse I .
and 'Minnie to the It.hill Kay.of are complaint retiiilred\ on to "t.mile- are' hereby designated I to ...n.lu..t the ii the salil I I'.lll I I I will I !h.. taki n itt eoneRNid '... t-!! ",2 7-. I.I I -
Kear said' prlmarv election'INSPKCTnHS It Is flit 'II In ,r o"cl"1| 'flint( thlH l.lnl.lllllrx ,:
aKalnht tlzeobThis | .: U I'-itil In I'll","( "n FOR MAYORI '
: J M. Oardner. O. ( order bo "hll"h .1 onin wi-ek for .| 11. : .,
'
order to he puhllslied once a C. F.
I.lvlnuston. II. N. .Ilratton. Clerk. A. (tweliIOIIM, iUliI e .I Us In tin- KluHlmillee 111.111.1 I HepllHllK( Hllliji-l1 toin THRASHER ;
week for SO daa In the KldKliiuneeValley 15. Thomas. \* : il neWMpaperpublislled < I I. vin: I iv!' I hereby anouncc my candidacy for
ilnai-tte I n weekly, I newspapermihllnhed ,01.,7' I. I'.IMhl.t | -|iuni'\its I lutHtllllillnu, IlllllTut SHEE7
R n. ltUl.L( )e'K.l1O'A1lfl Ciillnty .11 ofKcnernl Maymirof' Kissimmee, subject to the METALWORKER
I In Klaslmmee.I (Ixcoolii county. ,
>tf K\TX. ChairmanSecretary. -. I'lri-ul.'it Ion in ",1.1 CotnitvWITNHSS n'm ISN 1':11.1"I utit tur1s o. I )
Klorlda.lv 6-Rt : lloniirnble ..lunitaV I White Mail's Primary. March 4th.I Metal. Roof. Put on andCuarant..d ;1
-; ) <-n under mv hand and aeal on this I. ''al f23'72 ,"
IVrklliH., .11, '.. the Cooi-t of
'
l 4 -
the 21st day of January. A l Ii 191(1.( ( c.I..1 will appreciate your vote and sup t
the : ( iif the
J. 1.. MVKUSTKKKT.CCIrcult nilI. TO < l"IKT TIT1.K -\'lh .11,111,1 ,, SlaVi, KlorUln, f ilxfulu.HI ;,
i>
Court Clerk Circuit Court. State of .1..1. niv I as Clerk iif ; C''UII' FRED M. BASS. PHONE 149- KISSIMMEE. FLA. .
I. the C.lr..1 f curt. Keventa Judicial ther'of .I the nfllelal m-al 1 of milICourt. port
Seal -6t 4'..... .. .. la and for 41scrola 2l ..t day of '. I Id 16. "nl".I\\ i.' Ito,'. I'aHlllerof the iih l h<>\ -
('tiunly. In ('....0....,.. ( ) J. I. ,\'I'IWrn"I'T..n.\" : I llnnk.i : ilo Holemtilx': H\ear thai --
ITATIOV", 4IK A1I>IIMS'I'IIATION' S"I t' ,' the nlio\f ..llt""t It t me to the bent FOR MARSHAL AND

K. K. Skipper. I). I.. Skipper 4'. *. "klpper. ,'" & Jarrell. 1I'c'ul of lll\ U "", ,' ...- n ,,I lieliefI TAX COLLECTOR W.
I. 10.... of Ihe 4'ountr Jndae.. Mate J. I. Itolierls and s. ":. Roberta.Florida Cr""r.: .11'1"1 I for ('.."pl II man I... B121AIIMIMXTII I hi.* I- Ifl"":. 1'iifbier. i DR W. CARSON..
of "''10'."". ". ..,.I. 4ou.l>. ... ('unit' I.cIAtteh.ntA .' t
.
I I. Hr'VTKIl :
Commercial ( Cor.pora4lont
anupaaT. n DENTfST
Iliitate,( of "'....d ....1. Jncksonvllle. Tnmpn A Key 11. K 1SOK DlrerlorH.Silb I take this means of announcing
MI'IKK TO
lit 'I'UK Jl ..C.I': IK N "ll> (-01 IITWhereas. t West Mallnar 4'mianr a corpora 'I'UI' "lTll i.l; and Hworn, to before me Office :
I. ES'I''llt for the over Pilley
.\. K: I HrouKhl has applied ions The l-rnns Ivanla 4'ompanr forInnurancea "J 1 1"1. thin lilt day of Jan. 1PI4( my candidacy office of Mar Duidinc'

to tills C',>llIt for letters of Administration an Lives and 4.ra.4lnKtnnullles l\ .'(II Ill 4> ; : 1)5.14It'l'.ti'E ISKAI I ) J H. ISA VS shal and Tax Collector of Kissimmee.I Office Hour.: S- -
on the estati* of Kred I Heal deceased n .n'I'.1 H J C'CI''I'.n -.Notarv I'nbllr, Office 'Phone Its Residence 'Phon. II
..
.I..t OK : \
I late nf Ito iii 4'ounty of 4 >sccola.These !.: are' t therefore to <'lIe l and admonlah aurlUlnar KxecnUorii nl the Last 'ft . Teeth
mer record of service in the same of.
all and singular the kindred
\\ III and Testament 4if Jacob i'.I.
In re Kslnte of M. ( handler. -
and creditors ol''I'<..ld deceased to. Izititnil ..01. deceased. Itoliert J. Kdwardallannnh : De-ceaiied. Cla.I..I.. :MOIl'S ntod.AM<), lice and appreciate the votes and -
appear before this court on or Inforetin. Kdnarda and c.....'.. M. K<.- Notice la hereby given to all whom It wi 3
: ..- aoth: day of March, A. I 1). .1916.* andfile W'nrdM. children and sole aelraat- mKy concern that I, W. Chandler Under and hv virtue of the powerveated support those who approve my
,: objections.. If they have to thegranting Wih In ; I H. H. May Mayor of '
.. any law ot maid Jacob lOdnards. dec.aaedu Administrator of Instate ofShailrlck me ;
r Letters of Administration as pat record and to them I pledge mypetty GEOF.: PARKER
ii , nf M. Chandler decnnsed', will, the> -t lty ofKJn: "lmnie ',', Florida doherehy Ii I
., "'I ..,,'Id ectate, olh..r"lap Ih.' cane 1 will announctv and dm.clnrusjt i )
1'1',1..11 fulfillment of
the 17th day of March. A, V jjto' all-thejre-i; 'IATTORNEY.AT.LAWconve7anc.s
be' ICr"tClI to .."I.hAL I': Pr..uftht' or on 1.,1116. hint '1. held int ;.a I ; ; ,( ,
an "
from the return of the g f thij <
'R''I'arlnM to the, Ilonornlil '
I apply ( I' :
I i : : I
011..r1) flt.b Itr j p'raona.otll1id,1 3 >/ T.M,1urph I' leiralouraof'Votln iieWht ofithe offieei i. ,
( flie person or .. aubpoenas lnsue 1 t 1i CmuiztytJudgoiri 1 Band I I fltytHall.an Clti J durln i I hot > ; -
\\.In..a' 'iiamw ( uuoty".I"dlC" ) j yjat '< urdavB o 'ons i and
as Hat tln 2rit
H
gay the above-styled causei for the defend'anta. his f office'. '? lnv'> KluslmmeeX In said r.on, i > ?
4 ufthi' County aforesaid this the 2tfth day of ?' I n.J> 1 Mfi.i for* thctpura TISON" ,
the Florida Commercial County. at 10 -o'clock' A. 1\1. or BOOHthereafter 1..h."A. . FLOYD ,
day of January A. 1) 1PU .RI of the & Ciminany. a corporation under .thie laws as the can hose .le..UIII folowln. S.ecalt
(Seal ) T M MI'HniV. of Sb.State of Klorlda. the Jacksonville. ; for authority to ".I..r, h..aro. for tl.I.rm 'one. .: .
1-CI 'OUllt JinlKi" ; : t' : : I in 111 I.' BroadwayT.
Tampa Key West Itittlwn Vat511, II', the following .Irr realcHtntc 11"0" FOR MARSHAL AND
Company. H corporal iuuui. creati d amcxlxtlntg In said County, i tin-'
MAMTKH'M: H I.": : : uiitlr, tlie: laws of the Stale. Ninth-east f'r..r, the Sniithwest One :Marshal 1 Tax I'ollei'tui I II .. ... TAX COLLECTOR
.r Klorlda. that service of proceaa' cannot Onaltei, : 2K. Township I, t bIle Tri'amjrer ,
"
I'nder and hv virtue iif. a final decree I... hud nualtiM either' of the Halt 35 S Itanui :33 I K.: (ICBH :i acres In tie. Also' to nerve- fur (the term nf tIll.- I '
\i-nt I.. nil the nni-Milred I I I f' .1 M.: RIVERS. M.
for forerliiwiire. ur a (Hen IHHUIM curu..ruttiuuii def mhtnts hy. reason othe South-ia eni-ner cnntalnliiK 37 n cl.'Hlimn t"I i To the White Voters of Kissimmee D.
out of and ",,,I. r' the Heal ..>f I Ihi Him, _failure of I the Hald cm |....111.".. I.., .I Inns \.1..11] ri-Hlumil | :
,
Ja". W rerklns Juilice of the flri-ult ..I..to onicera or appoint nirentn "'HI Which application will lie baseil, upon nf the ,\11" I I I1 1 I hereby}" announce my candidacy! PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
,
, If Iei't.iI MHO to Hi'I'X e rum I lh ,( l\\n
'ourt of the :Seventh Judicial t'lreult I that ," 'h olTlcel'H anil itKentH. i tin IH til Ion fol, Hlli-ll mile noon
In and for the County of ( i"ei iila., : In or appointed., Jin and "luiv-e, been: for a Ii I.' I In xalil I'.MillH.lted > ,.atn! !': for re-election to the ofk' of M.. '- Office over Osceola Pharmacy
cliTitx-ery. at ehntnliei-H; at I i..1." nit' period\ ::, nf Hlx I !6)I Mliilillm: next beforiIII. Ki .bv 4th. \ H Tlllfi! I' Two, Memli.-i-s" <>r 'tin, 'II.N I'.iiini-ll ':. .shut-and Tux Collector. Phone Residence 68
I h HI.ii.ilnt II .V III I IXV have served
,
I iHHllllii of salil "III aliHent from \V.V "\NHI.KIt. 1..1" t..
Klorlda.' .I. 1'111" dale 'the 7th d.is of Office. 148.ii .
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July. A I.. I.H.! Jn a ,...lain stilt tI"1''c'.I. ., ,-- the State nnd 'Unit Hiieh offli-i'rH andaifentH 8ft'd ,'I,1'1, :"I., I , I 111".1 I M I ilnrilnii;, i I" innl >- the people of Kissimmee in this
,
I ), II I : 1 lliili( :(ix l'|1. I ii I i.'I| -iiul ,
In -. herein II K .tlav anil I C l..k""w --I .
w .r. --
4'. : :: I, I partnel-H: ;: doltlir: ;llllHlneHH n/1 "I. 'then upon ." rid that the .coin : 'li.ni f . office dUJ jug the past year to the best
.1,, I III m !. f-- \.I..r 1 1 lia I" I m.'m i Iv ,
il'efi nd.'iiitH ami each of them I : or \ fruit
the Mal.uniliir\ Company. are "niplalnantH. ,- anil,I ilifi-nil) < 0111 .' bill.1".1') of I "CH' 1"1' 1"11. ; I I MM"I'., 'Ill iv ..i ..) '.' . I ,, ol'IiiV tiliility I I f again elected I Ipromise !"' KIIIIH: \v 3. STEED
"'HI .1.1V lliirim." ( 'halrniiinof I'omplatnt.. Inn In .111'1.on or befonthe 1"11 fl"'I\I.I IIIHfll, :III." ,: ..I, k nil' ,, , ::111\l", ;I. |
the HumHull Committee ..r the Klsi- 11'cl. to enforce thc laws of
slinmeillniiril. of Tinde tinK1SSIM I : l- I ::"',1 (i.z" of \ \ H 1'Hfi. amthai In 4 iiurt ill I .... \ .lu .... .Oile .nfl'lorlilii. I Ii In I etlllto, ,(015 l ., I Ills, T.I! IlMl ,I" .,.' I'. ,. KRIBBS & STEEDATTOIt.NKVS

MKK: lIOMtli I fll.!' 3"ltAI I 'K, nHd .1 U this ....1'' be ;piildlKbi, d one. each i OMtilll I (..1.1.8). i IH \ I I' I '''Ii I 'the' stall and the ordinances of tin1without'partiality
Iv. k for '" of two <.21 iiioulhnprior ) ,01\! : ii i IZ: \1\ \
KlHMlltlm.e
\\.c.l I'n shli lit of the AT
I. "Ia. and I I.AXVl.i
to In I KlHHlmnniVsilli i In 1n1uIe: itt 1".I".r. \1. \i .r "f c.,\ : Ity us see'my
re
Iwill
lloaril! of Trade ,Ill'i' 1 K f ndalilo. I. .I..b. I
| .00 0 , , ,
..uIT.r' fur sale, on .Ih.Ill" Hi MnniliIn \ y ".I.t,' .Noll'' ,i-< I h. I I..1"i ,n < n ,In, Mil \hull,,i I ,Ii: ill; I.III.'IIT: : ol KIMiiiini '' duty. I I
, II l \ ii.] i II k 1"' 1 wil appreciate your sup- >Kul hllhliii-H.M of all klnrls
,
thin given
March. A I n 1 lotl1.! I he Biiine: h.. lug Cliiler I iii.! iliuie at T..L.I. It I 11. i im n. lli.'il on' lln'Mli i.i"
the <;ltli tiny of Halil, """,'h. within the I tin- 4lh ilav t, of .1 n\, \ I' 1'H .; of \0", t \ I' 1 l.. I sti.tll, ilpl\| I.. l lI --_. -- - poit ami \ul'. prompt attention.Offices .
leKal houiH of KaliIn front of the ..IASv." IMUKINS.NOTII I Ih. II 'i., .I ,il.l.\ T I M I Miiiili' | .li.l, "f I < I..I I iMirl. Mile of 1".rII. ..., 1 1laOI.a
Court' HOIIHO door In. 'tincity of KI"- :.-'t! . .1 u.I".' ..".,I.< ''"lilt! I ., .InItt', nl ., ',;...,il.f.i. I . .luilli'lal I Irenll. .. .| ( ) : \V. I OVEHSTREET.FOR ) I: 1 11 I nnd I 12 State Hank Bldf. .'

uliiiiiii.o. Ctnintiof. ( IHf.-Ilia. :Stllti* Iif ," till II I u isi ;' 11 ''' ,- ""","."" ." IMIIll>. In' llllltl'ITllllniii }. .- I I."slll'e.. Florida.i .
Kloridn.;;; ;, ; I tlinl- e.-itiiln u r i ..mil nnilfi'liecH I lib I ,I Til I I 11,1 I, ,. \. .1 .il I the, ,'-1 I ,il . I I -

loi'iited' on 'paxtlire:, owned,I lillrntton \ I i: roa ri IIIICTIONUrpnrlmrnl I""Ii ", KOI I II,. I.I'I, I I !' 0.| I .IS', il .n ." III I, llI \ t.. \I..k. I ..II..I..C. MARSHAL .\ Nfl i
Xi < luil.'.'. In liiLr mi n (l ll I lultl, I t lb., "I"I t Ii ,Ml,,, I U III |1".1. I.. .ll'l' I .
or the, .'"It..11"1.: N 1"I.l.ot :3 i of I '." I I 1"" fill.I,, ,"t .u., Units" .m'> \ il mi, ,ni-l,i .1 I \>.MI.- N.llkn. Defellillilll., TAX COLLECTOR: )'
Section 22. 1'\ ii..hlt| 2."- li.uiKi' 2"'. uf liii- Interler.. I. V I.anilOnlcr I I \ with will. "lit ne\nl ol, -.d.1 crtl.ilanil . I Johnaton a. P. Qarret* f
Bald hiiul Ivlnir JHH "nmth of the st lit l.ine.lIie. 1..I"n. 'i-l- for, their, .1, ppi'ma il I |I'l a"I"| | lut ln" ,liv :iiriil.i\lt al'| |M ,nil.-il ,tn I II -
Cloud, :SligHt Hill (Kiillviiiiil( I noil K.IH! lint. .1 ) 't'i' '":'v 1Mb, \ l It I'll'; I bill Illeil! III tile aliiAr.-st.iti" ,| IMIIMitli ,, JOHNSTON & GARRET
of tlo.\ < I. Kallload, 111 tin. CIH nfKlMsrnimee. .Inn. :i. Illlll. M II1:1'; : i : J K: 1"11.:01,111"1:1> : ,l : ,., :S \\ li l..s. 'Hi. I.-ml..nc, i I 1 iKM'ehy" announce my candidacy fur I I

Kloilil.i. I tin- shut, manaland I .*- \.I"II i ,, \\ tin, r.-in, nani. il. IM ., "c".I.I., tit ut, Id., I I' ATTORN EY-AT-I.AW --
and, fi, nees I.. hilu; nilulnnllv' It,... Noli |I.' h. u "lv Kl\in thill' JUKI"phSwain ci h 1! \ \!1..1'I: I A.1 MIIII.I.I : I I I : I 'I. .- of i "Klollil.l .UHl, I 11 .. I. -III. lit ..fiinkiiiiM. \liii. .-h,1 and Tax Collet'tor of K'"I'I' |

properly' ', nf 'till' KlHslllKllee, n.'c'. l.r I."U,. c h ,in.in, ,. l-'loiiil.i \\lio on .\1" ft>,i' A.linin, '*" i ;it" I i\ .iou I I Is .,\..m, tin ., ,. nl I ,lueneHH ,-- nice Kulijin't to the White' Primary.If Offices 10, 1 and 12 Citizens. Bank
Trade null 'kno\\-ii lit I tinKlHwininne .1 Itjlv I I I.:, I Pill' I I "",.1. I 1.-,0 I | l KnlitNo : I I 1 ml-, I ,,"11';in.' |11-I u.li. > i It t l IH I lln I I I. I Tote .11,1. I i. ,1tliiit 1 1I Building
H...... \Hull, 1'niU. or' mi much, I lln-i'iof I a.i iik.lSL1' I tin W's .i \ l. uul I NI.Jof I ,," 11 n,n-r. xnl. nt ,I. ,.',,.1"1, I In.in. I choson to (ill this office liy the !
hal! 10,. neii-saarv, to [loll holy nald ill"cree SU'i', :S. ilnn 4. Townslnji. ) :L'li i; South.Kanm "'IC I: TO I I Il) )ii tilts .) I in I 1"'o" .|,,.1 t. .".n.u :. I the Klsslmmee Fla.
of III. .1 \In Mini votes of the electors of this I Iplcdirc
and I I'ostHTerma :-7! C.ist.: : !' Mi I I'li.i, M. lull' i-oiiiplalnt "lila oni.r city
nf ante, cauli: I'nreh.iser) ,remot IIIIH, III..I n..II.-, ..T"1..h-" ,.", lo in.ikeTlin , I. f inirtof of tbe < > name from the( pn-iiil ei. \ e.i '1'iiii.f ,I..0.iMil.lNh il.ilin! 1.'I..ld. 4lMeeola Connl,. \1'11.\| l I' l'cl "I""I lie lln ..11. .
Ii. K KHinllS.I I I 10 the 1-111,1',, gil'.\... III, u41.t IIiuh.. .Idn. .. 0' .:..c.tiof "l-lliladrn lto.e.n of K.llil ., ,,1 I." l.tisoizm'uiifi'suuI :IH the office to the ''best of toy ability |
.. l hs H.llil lit, '
: tilt Coiiit .
7.41 Spi'i'litlMjistirOTH clei,1 l< ill .1.r..I
L'liI luli. ,"i' I tin-I, !lIt. tu iti.niToi: xIM Ii. .mil" all I I I '.- I ii \.ru c Claims ,he !puhllHh. ,1 oniia f..i, > lulilroliHieutlve .
!> i': 'U 4 I.
itItlusuiitIt.h. i I the and the ordinances of the
: state
I'lit Im.i til' n.iin.H as : :: i
I ii-niii, nils AKiiiiiMt Haiti KstnteVon : \\eikh III I Ih. KlK ilnnValley i.''"
four! of 4he 4'oiinfy ..I......... "..t.. I'iuIlui...,i I H Ailili.soti, uf 1..ll< h",...,, nnd i m'li i"f > ou. are eernttliled ..'. lillZette, I lieu ,liutiI." ) 'r l."II.h.11; city. As an indication of my ability FUNERAL DIRECTOR

of Klorliln: O,.rn>ln ('...IDI,... n": ..,..,. ,- nml .1"r..I whlrh j mi. orcither '"" .' I'I'I l I 1'H' to fulfill the duties of the office I andLICENSED

.I II. TamiiiiTe 1,1.1 of > ou ina\ have au.'iliml th"emate I'I''llt' J. i. IIVKKSTHKIT.Court : : I I I
I. II. 1.1..t. qorr. n".r I ''t. IlortilaSll.ii ask the to
J.hl 1'11' .... HOHIdeeeaaed.. : ) I'leik. I'lirult '"Ul'tI voters investigate my record -
: .. of I I Klorul.l.IHHIIOUT fIr1111,< -.nl
I Unwell '
all ('.....lIt...... I.....<> \ "f Kald estaleilliln I ieput' l \1.u 'k
and all I'r.onii" has ing Claim. ..r It"KI"t"r nuuiuhiumigm.I Ex""I'I" > .
rmandM nicnln.t said <.....t..! 6.5t twife > ears fr.r the date. henofImted I.KXV1S f'HHVAN .AN'I past and Chapel Stewart Are
I February 2l ..t. A .Ii 1 ISIfi.At MIl.TON 1'I.KlMiKH.HollrltorM year.EDWARD
Yon. nnd each.;' )r'Oll.. are 'I : TI 4 HKi>i'i4>its :KM It"SK.: : for I'oniplalnant I 9-It A. COLEMAN. Klse4mmee.

notlrted and r.J"I't.. i".'..... h"rc'II'I'I 1(1.'if _KxeciltrlTNOTK FIR
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..101", .. a nd, drtnanda which vou nr In Court of ... .
4)s'' ounly.In
K. 4IK ( -- -
cit tu..r of vou. may have against .1'4'1' ,
eatate' of rteorlfc 11. Ta I au a uu. .1 urea..Ih"J I -iarlmen4 of I NO IIC..I... l..0 Notice Is h'r.h'h..., the Annual W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell
late of Ooceoln fount v, Klnrlcla. to I He Kftatc of I.iinlHn \\ asblnarton.To Mtkti-H '...0 OITIrr. Meeting" of the :SlocUliiil.li ix ofthe
.. undersigned A"lnl.'rnlrlx' of anlileatate. 111 I re.U4l rs .I.eKaleeN. 1)1.1 rlb,-> IIc'HII'\ IlKIl( ,'YI1(1--: :; 4'nM- CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTOUNEYSATLAW
?' vtllhln( two years from. the date 4er nail nil I'ernonn bating 4 lalnmYou "Iorloa.I..hrull". I IANY I. hrf-lil at I of the COUNCILMAN
I... leniaflda. agalnal ...10 :..tat.u 11Tii 1910 ( .innmutmy at KlHHlninii-e., l-'lorliln.' on
hereof Ihatid JanuarY 291h. A n 19111 and I ea< Ii of you arthi rebv Clarefice A. (Ooh"'I. unknownad.lress Monday, the 6th day of March.; : I HI; Hi.: at I wish to announce myi, candidacyfor

. ALMA T MOHnl'lN' nol 1",1lc re'III'c' ti which. present any t',"t est I eeVon I 11 t o'clock A t. for the put, pose ofelecting membership on the city/ council Offices : *;4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens
'79t Administratrix. 'I.em. 1",1 you or are' hereby notified I hat J dlrectora. and for the tranHartlnn -
-. ymi. mav ha\ a against tb- Frank Tilmblln, who glyes KenanaOalnesyllle. of Hiich other lniKlnesH ... n"1 be for the two-year term. I ask the sup- Ba 1-Buidinl .
,-..Ia'" of I.ulaa"hl""c,". e'.n.I., \llle. Floilda. ns his pontofflee aililress.illil broUKht before Hald meeting
CAI.I KOII WIIITF! 1'ltiMAIlYB'I.t'TIO'i late of Osi'i ola County, KJorlila. II on I Herember 13. 1915. libIn thlHoffice M. J. J I 11'N.' port and votes of my friends. I Kissimmee" FlorW
undersigned Kxecutor: of said estate his duly Secretary.Notice .
.orr.h.rll"0 alpl."I.1 9-2 elected to this position pr9mise
within tw.> years from tfce date hereIDatcd ti. contest and ", ..llr.I..I.n .t
of the
The CIty Kxecutlvo CotnmKtee or. or your Homestead. EntrY !II 0'1'1 It: the city of Kissimmee best
White Man's Party In the City of Klaslmmen A. r>. Iftlfi. Serial No made December 22, Jive my
hereby call and provide .for .alluarhJ t THOMAS.: 11'\3.\ for ":113x3. 2. Township 31 S.Ha la hereby given that the An- efforts and look after the affairs of LEWIS O'BRYAN -

holding of a White Mans Primarya .-fit Executor.OItlitlt ii It i34 B..Tallahassee Meridian andBM nual MeetlnK of the ",oo'kh.I.I" nf '
be held In the City of Kissimmee the tax to the best of abil-
election to grounds fur' bin contest he alleges the lSCEtLA: VYI-RBSS: COMI'ANVwill payers my ATTORNEYAT.LWWarna
"" In compliance with the laws Of 1M'I1I.ICATIOV that said Clarence A. 4iolden has wholly be held at the office of the Pompnny ity. HOWELL BASS. DQitdina.
: V of the State of Klorlda. said ,r"lm..y abandoned the said tract : that he has at K 1.1 mm... Florida on Mori'

i to be held during the hours In ( ('....t. Seventh Judicial Cir. changed his residence. therefrom for day. the day of March. j9IH. at 10o'clock
? _7 law nor the holding of elections onaturday. ....I.ol. of Florida, .. ..d for more than six monthS since making A. M.. for the purpose of electInn -- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERAt

$ March 4th. 1914. for the electiveofflcea nomination 0..01.c.t. .. ._ In (......e.. thiaftld entry ; that saId. land la notsettled directors and for the trno..ctloll You Ne. OetMral T '
' of candidates for city c. upon and cultivated by said of auch other huslnean aa may bebrought Wr '.

to be voted for at the general of If. F. Snow and T. B* )try.a.part- party aa required by law. before said meetlnic.M. 'the solicitation of my friends I Ta
held In mid city "
r: II"me"oobn.:: March Z5th. nera dalnaT ...... .. Know You are therefore further notified J. 13. HOBAM2t The Old Standard Grore'a TaittlaeechiU -
Saturday, that allegations be taken Secretary. hereby announce myself a candidate
"4p SU. Ilrrnn. "11 Tonic i* equally TalnaJkla M a .

;", Qaalla>.<.... .1 Bleetcra.Those Cemplalnanta, by this office aa havln. con will framed be'' for County Commissioner from Dis- General Tonic bccaoae it contains this

1/'/,' fee permitted, and to only rote those at. or persons participate shall Hm'Y"Mar Delta Rdl4h. Mar ReHa. 4ie.r- by cancelled you. and-thereunder without entry furtherright Cms D Sons. D(..WM't Cora.Th trict No. 5. elected I pledge my- well known tonic proertle.ofQUINmUand
... I
.._. .. to be heard therein either before BO lear MaadlBC the
MeClellnnd. IRON. It
act oo
3
,. I.election. the management, who are white of. aald eleetora.primary who s. IHI... Wllllaaa Bernard Bin*. thla office or on arJpeal. If you rail are .c the :. old reliable HaPorter' self t faithfully discharge the duties Bnricbea U. D'ot

..'.\ declare their adherence to the Jf'n- _... s.i._.. KHJah ".__..., to file In thla office wlthlti twenty day. Oil. It rclteresrmia of the office. J. H. WALKER. Ma t a,
at \ jole
29eaOctljM 30
I:q4. .c."le and oranlaatlon, of the. WhIt. XaF. Vlrajlnla .laaaMna, Paallne Ell. after the FOURTH publication 'of thla a&Hea u .t 1 np t .Sp .




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: W. B. Crawford, J, W. Thompson. C. DED'" COTTON SEED PAYS E; S.: }' 'ce. district agent for theU)1iversity

SALE OF CIDER ENDS; W. Griffin and K.; E. Na gl'3. Besides FINED $350 FOR SALE '1 of Florida Extension Division ...

these President. Stanford and Secretary Pure cotton seed will count for more fs urging farmers f:o obtain :'1,

': HADTOO'MUCH LIQUOR J S. Cadet will bW! asked .t6 actS OF ( IQUQR NEAR CITYIra than ex-cr before, since the boll wee- pure seed if hey have not raised any; 4. ""Ii

. _-. as ex-officio: 'members! of the com mitttee. viI has entered the state. The earlier! themselves Seed from oil {mills land ,..

1 S valuable and : should be avoided unless then -
I varieties 'ar especially gins
VROSECUTOK, A. 'TOR.
CRAWFORD ANISIl'F.IU..ISGltAlI > Wheeler, a young: man who '
'Ii I NoL'meeting of the committee has here win lessen the damage from weevils con bo no doubt of its variety and .
HAVE TEST came from Kentucky with
a
OLD
'et' been held but it that. party because earlier The best plans is for the .J
) .ts. likely they set bolls The purity J
automobile *
,," 'M!A IDE ANI> THEN CONFISCATE of four others in an v r iBONES
,
definite *pans) for the entertainmelt: common pra t.ice'mong: farmers is farmer to raise his own seed. The .
taken before
LARGE STOCK OF DRINKABLES was Judge Murphy, of'
of the visitors will be made within : to take their seed from the gin ,whereno next b plan Is to buy from'a neigh
FOUND IN COUNTY. the county court, on/ ,Monday by: Sheriff -I '
the next few days., Among the features Ingram. He pleaded guilty to a !Icha.rge care has been used in preventingmixture bor who has, kept his seed pure from RUBBER COPPER .

of entertainment which will)) reliable seed house. farmer
with other varieties or impure a Every TIRES BRASS
be used sub. of selling liquor and fined .
was
will
No more cjder) as a
\ be : the committee who raises ,should buy at leas*
\ piobably arranged seed. cotton
'\ istitutc for \'hiske1 and ether) beverages $350 or four months on the chain TUBES LEAD 4.. i
are a public reception at the I a few bushels of' purebred seed and I
in Osceola county. 'That's the gang. Unable to pay the fine, he SCRAP IRON '
country club on Thursday night, a plant a plot that he can keep free oft ROPE .
r went to the to the
: order of Prosecutor W. B. Cr wfotd gc.ng serve time. ,
boat trip on the !Jake Friday afternoon contaminations with -other varieties! .
;.: and Sheriff, L., II. I rpfCrant.i' Wheeler with Soar other men was WASHINGTON' I SEND IT TO US WE REMIT WCrtPTtf
and a banquet at the Graystonehotel In this way a start in home produc-
For ,some Ifinc? cider has been sold) living on Patrick street just acrosr MARTHA Write For 'PtcelitPM'SIIAJHETALCa
night
on Friday tion of seed be had.
< pure may
"', in Kissfmmoe and other points in the the ditch and near the city limits. ,
From expr\s"ions'\ already made :
county and it was contended by those public by the editors in all parts of '
I who wore Belling the beverage! thatit I .- GROCERS AND MEAT 657 E.BAY JACIlSON\/ILLIFlA./ :
the state it is expected did not contain enou alcohol to .
he t it large attendance at the meeting
come under the ban of the stut.? law S MENTOCLOSEAT6The .,
tiere I CANDY r :
'.' which fixes the amount of alcohol any : NEWSTOREHERE I I IIII
Being a pohitI'al year, it is also .
drink contain and not be considered .- --
may likely that' a large number of the I'I following agreement has been! ''
in toxicntlnff liquor.
state candidates xyll; I.e) in evidence, K .w. Cody) fornverly of Osceolacounty signed hy the grocers and meat market For Sale
.The effects. of the ridet, however, ,
although there will t b:? no political| but, recently of St Johns, and proprietors: \
in instances indicated that it
Home ,speeches) at any of the sessions of th | County Commissioner Raymond Lamer Kissimmce, Fla., Fqb 22, 1U! <5. !
would produce intoxication and Prosecutor 6Oc '
One House
9-room
: association. have formed a partnership and W/, .undersigned, agree: to close
of
Crawford secured a (quantity '
I ._ ---- --- "will open a -cash grocery and meat our/plafell of business at (0\ o' lock .
the cider, which he sent to the state
market tomorrow in the building in P. M., except Mondays and Saturdays, One 6.room HouseS '
chemist Tallahassee for a test.This
in CANDIDATES QUALIFYFOR South Kissimmee formerly occupied fromlarch! the 1st to November the
test showed that the cider con-
by the Drown & Lamer market. I A POUNDEASTMAN 1st, 1916: '
tn'ned than eight cent of One 5-room House .
mono per
,
t alcohol. CITY PRIMARY : They will handle a fine stock of G. M. TAYLORJ. \ ,

goods and both being men 'of considerable C. PEARCE S ( '
(; Immediately receipt of the
upon I experience and acquaint- R. S. FLOYD Small cash payment
test figures this week Prosecutor
SEVENTEEN MEN ENTER LISTS mice in Osceola county will no doubt. KODAKS C. W. GRIFFIN
Crawford and Sheriff Ingrain confiscated Balance like rent
FOR NOMINATIONS IN WHITE make a success of the )business. The JULIA L. BASS
the stocks of cider found in the '
MAN'S I'MirV -AOrEKS WILL Valley Gazette; joins their friends in I AND SUPPLIES CITY MARKET
of various dealers and notified -
possession!
wishing: them wellBACKACHE WATERS & CARSON GRO. CO. 'J
M\KE VT I POLLS
them t.hat"lwl'enft"r the sale of SKLI-JCT10N ,' I I ______ Ask MRS. SUMMERS
SVTl'KDW MARCH 4.
cider would result in prosecution

The dealers agreed to obey the man- __ ,I A WARNING For Further Particulars

date of the officers / Seven t eon men hue qualified I
... : for the xnrious city offices '-
I to liexoted" o'l in the Whit1 Man's Ijssim.n.c People,, Should :Not Ne- I AUDITING ACCOUNTING I

TEACHERS'TRAININ'Gt I ""imat'>' to bo held' S.iturd:iv. larch /glen Their kidney : i Systems That Fit 1W.J..BRYANSAYS..TLere

', .)th. All of thorn .lie busy now seekmi I ____ :I hz&!& Store" ;II Tampa, Florida ;
t
i ; llio xotois t I :ind for i t the next w<-ckp Hai. t.ache is nfd'ii nature's moj.t '---- are \

CLASSTOBETAUGHT | "llltlc-} < of theC.,lU. \llllt\. XI ill 1't Ill-\ ("' '' '''' signal j ..\\'ak"lI.,1: kid : three momentous qurstioD' to be
I (
--- t tin. mam, topic. of IIM|, ,.tI--ioll. n.\ s. To line Ill(' pains: and .:e lies, torciioc' L : "
solved
ia the
PROP) H.1.: l.\; \ :VSNNOI' :N< I 1'lie <':inilicl ilcwho hI\: '" ipuililii' ."1 I',... I:miene'"s \\ Iw'n it aiiscfioni "- I YOUNG'S WONDERFUL[ I near future, ,

::11"i I a i- foIT.v- ; ,, \\ "a il I, "ni'ij) Kidiiv-,. \'mi must Take .
SI'HI01: (; t !{sU: >\ IIUII :M \Y Easy to G. D. B. SA YS--."Smoke
nEst'LT: I I I IN \ !EH'I \\E\T: ;: I '",. 'I:::. t'i, ", ,'d 'l. Ha" II It.iltiy 1"1.' I tin i.HIM' hit kidncxs. If you DISCOVERYA Capitals,

('01 IlST. Itl!,:INI.: (; MIDI\,\) It TO) :\ ,, )huts: t. II.IMI t thiourrh I )hi- until of \oui" I DlCeola or Booau'. Smokers and

1JHIWTI.I M IN: :Nl E; \I|{ IIrrui ('- ".:"I.,, ( I"'k, .J J: ( ;,,11.. II.1.r't. I ::i i.l',. :ni'iatx" ," deiuhieunIaehue.--. I No Pain or Linament for see bow clearly you caa tbink." ..

.
:. ,, 1" a'III"'I' .J Z It"I"'I' "11. dl/-'\ pi'll-, "auit" ncixous and elcMS I .. S .

I'oi,. 'I.ha) alldT"x ,',.l1.t", , 'it(I, slut: t t tii'atinir I hue knlnoj RHEUMATISMLame I
AT ALL STORES
Prof 1 K:. !M I I I.x.in; '., luail of t theKisKimmte I:. ,\. ( '"IC'III.."' (I"I'L; !" ; \V. On'r.I \\ilh,' a tisUil kiilncx ,,I.d-lI ; Ache Back, Neuralgia, Lumbago :

schools. (hat <5tn t c..t t I I"I loxd l 1 li i-i'11.1"11'1' I "ion us' Knlnix, I'llls have been
am"mimes" WATCH
p. Gout Sprain and Svre'lings I THIS. SPACE
betrmmnjr Momliv, ,, ', :.M.iuh I.lth. the :\ i of ( ,it t r ( ''ul1dl fin :1 Y"I'i': !1'"d' ') and, aie, "specially fin,' ,

Osreola I lliirh Schoolxill 'f..r a six I-:'m lluwc!\ I'.i'. II. M\l. Hi aKe-r. T I II vaU\ \,idwy'I'I III'- have boon used! Lameness, Cuts, Bruise., .'

weeks' IOXICNX' ,."uisefm, ,. I te': <'he-i-. andprospe.tixe I J.. ( 'in t i ry. Rom. I honi.ih*' I in kiilnix tiimlil1, for ,,\'('1'.0(> jcarsH It xicakoninjr i is no longer sicklies netes'-uv.*, ..,:nil to ternblc bearthe I Ithat Burns, Scalds I Wounds, Lacerations : : - ---

:hers, pioMcliel. :M< mbi of ( ltv Council for (Out1xi I( ud Ki-simmee1 testnnonxx .'. Chilblains- t-ro '
i tin as '
AUNT I'ATSY
alix's follows do'c of
JuuII.cut : a
.
h\e> ilcsne the woik "I dim I.litreic> c. I lrx! :inMembeis c. \ (anipliell, Itrjan and //lillin'g "
man) as persons I calomel. S Sore Throat, Quinsey POULTEY MASH
: of C'it !r\oeu'i\e': (' hum Ms. Kihsimmee, "I 1 suffer
f and enroll 1 lt> that time I In IIdd i t onto ,> oni- says:
'. '. C. ,,1 lame' I IPKLcleanses the torpid! Glandular Swellings, A sure egg producer. It never fails
review of the most important !ililtPOS. ( Mass S. 11 Bullock. ( fieini and a'hi ngba'k and mx.kdncxs tbiteS'1

r.' a which teachers must be A. ( ai'son. II. :M. Kat7 I" II. \Uixxson'' 1 1I did not act as the should subjects on
: I bj iicldinc it of the clpirmp poisons. E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
examined June, opportunity -will be I used poun'i Kidney Pills as direct Cramps, of the Muscles
in S
I ed and they gave: me splendid relief"Price I I Yet it works so gently and pleasantlythat in the Chest Pain in the J.'Is4NVJI.Zl. 'J.A
the being
observe teaching
given to !: ,
know taken it.
hardly you'xe :
of the ST. CLOUD GIRL SHOT 50c, at all dealers Don't you
various
: done school.in the grades .entire 'I simply ask for a kidney remedy RetDoan's LIV-VKH-LAX being purely vegetable and,All Muscular Pains. -

interest shown in Kidney Pills-the same that is absolutely harmless, and does For Sale By
If sufficient is
I I BY SISTERRECOVERS not the like calomel.
tear up system I Ii
Mr. had. FosterMilburnCo.
Campbell Are
thiS class, a permanent course of this Your
And it's to be
guaranteed satisfactory
r kind to be taught throughout the ., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. i; PALACE DRUG STORE
or the druggist will\ return your mon Electric

school year may be added by the According to the Reporter-Star of ey. For sale at 50c and $1 at Osceola Kissimmee Florida Lights
school board. The state legislature CATHOLIC SERVICES '
Orlando Miss Hattie Sullivan, who S Pharmacy. Out of.Fix? '
passed a bill at its last session which .
,
was shot two weeks ago by her sister,
; allows .the appropriation $500 ,for Devotion and confession February '
who was adjudged insane, has Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly To Drive Out Malaria ' Call
.re Osceola Electric Co.C. .
schools where. such normalu.courses 26, at 7:30 p.' m'. Mass will be said ..
1 covered (and ,!'returned l :>to her1 home The Old Standard general ctrenirthenlnif; toiIc.GRovi.a And Build Up The System E.. GARDNER. Mgr. -4
are taught, providinjthcountyS : at 8 a. m. Sunday school immediatelyafter TASTKLKSS chill TUNIC drlvea outM.Iart..eniIcheutbeblood.d Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
.
.
,
S near St. Cloud. The Orlando
blind.
paper theay.
,
board appropriates a' like mass. t-m. A true tonic. For aduNa a.nd children' sue TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know House Wtfing, Fixture a
S says: I what are taking, a. the formula is S
to the of em- I you '
amount defray 'and
expense I I :Miss hattie Sullivan has returnedto printed! on every label, showing it is Repairing '

S ploying a competent teacher to haxe I her home near St. Cloud in Osceolacounty Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. 119 BROADWAY
charge of the course It i is more .than NEWSPAPERS the Quinine drives out malaria, the
completely recovered from the TURNING YELLOW
.' likely that the board will take up the I' Iron builds up the system. 50 cent I k J
shot died into Iwr ''brain by an older ,,

next matter year and if arrt-ntre there I is for a demand such a course shown sister. The bullet ic mains in bier ;t ( Jacksonville Metiopulis I .(..; "ooHo -: :_rt :+:-x--.x.-x- -
i head!, about half an inch from the i I
in the county for such instruction. -- X ?
; kick pail of the skull :\Many a litrnifR l and ripic.table, tomapxMth most |>apc' "i 'm:ike i-,<-in 5 '
:Miss Sultn.miis hurri..cI ,leI I' I :: 1 .1
to 1 Advertisements
pupil finds, itsilf driven at last toad j_'et rid l of t this xellon t'nt' li\ using I Classified
I\\as,' Sinitaiuim; ill (Oilindo; after
blue] nii.iliiK- .
II cl\c jr:ist as a I:runtltess -
FLA. PRESS ASS'N TO 'nit t t tin eluirije' of l 'ytlluvn ", t
the shiMilinjr and x\as 'inxen prompt '.ies li'uinif''! tn mal" her linen

S siii 1'g'II'1I I ticatnient She has full} ici .- The I pusi-it tdiilcncy i is: so niaik I d] ', lookhite/ 'J I havar embargo has I i - .w w & ..w.. & . m. - . . _ . _ ._-- --. - - ._ .

} MEET IN KISSIMMEE .ovt'.1.| t that III all probubility there/ WIll ,so i i shut oil tht>.supply of this dye along WANTED1 hear from 'owner of I FLAT FOR RENT-Furnikhed or un- .

.. -- ---- --- I lie. not on1 new s|ape.r left ill t the xxith mo-t othe'r annlinc: colors of'rter--: !:: farm or unimproved] land for 'sale.II. furnished. Apply at the Gazette
-- WHY PRINCE ALBERT WINS I
(Contiiaetlfoml'iige I IS 1)Kissunmee ) I v biiitod Mates that i isn't yellow. I man ongin. And .because here isn't I.. Downing, 178 Palace Bldg, I office.

in April 1 He took the I -- I Fcntunatily, howcvir, this applies ,: any satisfactory t-ubstitut. ', the paperis Minneapolis, Minn. 6-4t

vitation under advisement in-I Patented Process is Responsible for its i only te> the newspaper's color ; sold and printed in its natural i FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For

__ S ;1 International Popularity. I not to their clmiucUr The war 8 tate.It .FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage pasture landsfifteen: 'acres" in Kiss
i"l close in; $12 per month. E. immee, well located. Address Box
Invitation .Mso Sent hy Triplet\ responsible) I may be just as well, too, althoughit E. Wells\ Real Estate and Insur
245 Wauchula
St. Cloud, lla., Pel :.il:!.-The following Smokers so much appreciate th.1, Headers may huve noticed latilyth1 I' doesn look HO attractive as the ance. 104 I'osniel Ave. (The Inn). Fla. 6-7t

telegram bus been ,e-nt to flavor and eoeilness and aroma of prevailing yellow tint o.f The pure white paper contrasting: with the FUR SALE Oil TUAIJrTTor horse and WANTED-Daily Express shipmentsof

President Wilson: tobaeio that they nften marvel that I Metropolis and' most other newMPa-1 black ink. Color experts say that a wagon, one 2 cy. Buick ,In good vegetables and fruits. Macon

: ."St Cloud, Fla. this one brand could be so different' pers instead of the usual or I cream tint is "f11ore restful to the eyes condition, !good: Urea; must sell or Produce Co., Macon Ga. 6-5t

'Woodrow Wilson, Pre..id'ntVush- from all others bluish-white tone. This is simply the than a glaring white If it's a good trade at once. A. M. Jones. P. O

'I color of the wood from whose fiber color for wall Box 221. Klsalmmen 7tf
ington, D C. The answer to this question is to be j. paper, why not for a -_ TOM WATSON MELON SEEDForsale

; .'1 am directed by the executiveS found on the reversoside of every I the paper is made. It ha been ous-, newspaper? FOR SALE-80 acres lake front land, at 50c per pound by Malloy

committee of the Florida Press association Prince Albert package, where you will ----_ _ ---- ----- -- n_ ----- -- .n u __ 6 acres in citrus fruit, all fenced, Bros. & Turner, Fenholloway, Fla.83tpd. .
-
to invite: you to be the "guest read : "Process Patented July :30th, I 6 acres hog-tight; other improvements -

of the editors of Florida at their animal 1907." That tells the whole 2V4 miles from R. R. $25 ,
story. Mil. I'. T. ('AII.AXXAl', Si%(....: ('Oil II IKIODK:: IXI.AMt u.ntt
convention to be held in Kissim- Prince Albert is made by a patented \\anhlnneon. 11, C.. Jnn :21.1916 per acre takes it. D.:I. Walling, FOR RENT-By the year, six room
Aunt PutHy fVt d C'o. Mimphin Tinn
tnee, Fla., April 13-15, and urge upon 'process that cuts out the bite and eientlimin' riiHHi ,,iuti|> "11' S found anything quHl It HM tteulth rorm"rv.-r, hifleegg eroduc-er. street, five blocks from business
S 1 I. your acceptance of same, as all Florida -I parch. which makes the tobacco so : I nm flllliiK, : Inrubntor: (,r.1.-ru fur i.Kit Have a yard full of hustling
t and especially the editors, desireot mightly agreeable and. satisfying to ]" H Mash WANTED: -Lady to keep house for center of town. All modern con

see and hear ,the world's foremost men of every taste of every civilized I'ntKVH No truuliU1 Mash. lo Very ha\.trfv."y:; :i\ery. month MHS:tn the I1 T year. C'AI.I.AXXAY If >iu feedunt elderly couple Pay sure every veniences. Mrs. H. F. Prince. 9-4t

Mr Ti n try-1'liRnonhlp. ..rd'r at once and send draft to WashIngton week. J. F. Clarkaon, 219 Dakin
citizen and statesman on the great natino on the globe. I I.e/an HAnk.
issue of the day. Among the social Smokers should realize that this ,\HK lOlH I)i.:,l.KM KIIK Al'NT I'ATHX. TIIK ..:<.<. PHOHI ('KitrAKK avenue. 10-ltpd TO EXCHANGE-Rental city property -
I NC> <>1'IIKIt_IIK ('Ae.KT! IT for good bearing
; features you will be given: an oppor- patented process cost three years' FOR SALE-Grade Berkshire sow orange grove.
X Y Z
care Valley Gazette.4t
tunity to visit and meet the people continuous work and study and a fortune I and six pigs. C' II. Funk, Kissimmee. -
of the old soldier's colony town of St.. to perfect. But the result has - ----- --- - u IQtf
FOR SALE
--Bay mare, seven years
Cloud, the Wonder City of the nationf proven to be worth all that was expended I __ old
guaranteed\ sound rubber-tired
Come, all Florida wants you.S. upon it;, because it has set DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. ;

S J. Tnplett, free men who never believed they WHEN YOU WANT MEAT Tiller. surrey and harness; .farm wagon
and harness. M. Munger, 704 Mab-
Member executive committee, Florida could enjoy a pipe. or a makin's cig- STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE- bette St. -
I 102tpdFOR
Press association.Dr. arette. PHONE 209 Strong, intelligent, gerjtle, excellent

Prince Albert makes it possible for condition. Money refunded if no SALE-Automobile In first-

Lincoln Hulley, president of every man to smoke a pipe or to roll I colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf class condition, or will trade. In-

sT Stetson University, has been) i invited his own cigarettes. And no matter CENTRAL MARKETThink LOST-Somewhere the Orlando quire Breaker & Barclay, Kissimmee. -

also to address the editors. how temlar the tongue, Prince: Albert on 8tf

i There will be business sessions on cannot bite or parch. That is cut out about some of these for your Sunday brick road, Friday, Feb. 18, black __ _ _ ....1

each of the three days named. by the patented process, leaving for dinner: Stall-fed Beef, Florida and and leather Yowell purse& containing Duckworth about medallion$16 FOR EXCHANGE-Some splendid .,..,.

W. B. Harris, of the Gazette, who the smoker only the joy of the fragrant Osceola county, Fla., property, owned ," ,
Western Pork Butter and Fresh Country cards. Keep $5 and return to
S tobacco. ,
"vras named by President Stanford of by non-residents who will exchange -

the Board of Trade, to prepare a It is a fact that since Prime Eggs, Country Style Sausage, Ham, Bacon Breaker & Barclay office. for northern, property and

committee to have charge of the ent.ztqtlnm.nt Albert "arrived" just about six years and Hamburger!, FOR SALE-Young Rhode Island give value for value. Golden opportunity

; of the visiting newspapermen ago, it has made three men smoke Red cockrels and also eggs for to locate hi a delightful

baa named the following! pipes where one smoked a pipe be- hatching. D. G. Wagner, Kissim healthful country. Correspondence

S orre with him: Arthur E. Donegan fore! mee. 10-lt solicited. Nelson Realty Co. 10-lpd
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