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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 3, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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, LIGHT OFFERS ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED FOR, MEETING BEING PREMIUMS WON DONEGAN" AND HUNTER, TR 'D-rFORt" iJ




.+ PLAN TOAIDSHIPPERS SOCIAL FEATURES. | OF COMING ATTWOFAIRSNEAR

500 ACRES SOUTHEAST OF CITY
l CONVENTION OF PRESS ASSOCIATION ,;

HERE ARE MAPPED $$500EXACT ,,

: : OUT BY THE COMMITTEE IN -... . -- (j
CHARGE,-WILL SOON BE COMPLETED {I

. 'U. BIG TRACT OF' LAND ADJOINING
.. KISSIMMEE. GOES GOLF HAD WITH
REDDICK, FLORIDA, MAN WRITES AMOUNT OF CASH THAT OF GOLF CLUB AND

t' OPEN LETTER TO EXPRESS: Entertainment features of the AWARDS PULLED DOWN BY I L. A. HAMILTON PASSES INTO .

d meeting of the State Press Association ENTHUSIASTIC INTEREST IN
THE EXHIBITORS FROM OSCE GAME
r COMPANY, RAILROAD LINES HANDS WHILE LESLEY AND "
which meets hero April 1314 and ,
'i AND VEGETABLE ANDCITRUSI OLA COUNTY TOTAL $485.50. 1"
I BASS CET CITY PROPERTY.
I 15 are being mapped out by the special -.---...-- .
AND STOCK ,"
AGRICULTURAL
I :, GROWERS OUTLINING FACTS I committee of the board of trade -
" I I KissimMee has golf mad. P. K. Weaver has mad great improvement -
gone !
OTHERS.
AND FIGURES. which has been named for that pur- EXHIBITS LEAD
'. --- ![ I Everybody; is playing the game and 'j" in )his game and so has G. ENLARGE GOLF F LINKSi ,
I pose.. the Jinks of the Kissimmee Golf club C. Livingston and J. S. Cn<1el.] ;

WOULD EXPERT At a meeting: this week preliminaryplans ,' TABULATION IS MADE ore busy at almost all hours of the The tennis links ha.vex\ >cn desertedfor i .1
[ EMPLOY were discussed and it is practically JEJSToon-ruAT EIGHTY
I I day. Great improvement has been : the golf links and nothing is
certain that a receptjpn will be ACltES: : OF THE TRACT IS TO
mit.iiin the course and''caretakersare heard but golf talk
; WANTS: MAN STATIONED AT held at the Golf Club on Thursday afternoon COUNTY DEMONSTRATOR EVANS I constantly at work on the Even Joe Johnston, who thought; 1 BE: I DONATED FOR THE USB'OF !
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1 JACKSONVILLE TO GATHER I and a banquet at the Gray- A. E. THOMAS AND MISS ground. It is likely that the course that there was little to the game, I THE GOLF CLUB IN ENLARGIM '

DATA OF SHIPMENTS FROM stone hotel on Friday evening. It was CARSON GO OVER LISTS AND will soon be enlarged from nine holelll I made a great showing in his initial I 1 1; irs COURSE TO FORTY- \
also suggested that the women's clubs
VARIOUS POINTS AND TO I MAKE UP .FIGURES-AMOUNT: to eighteen and later even more round, perhaps! the best yet for a be FIVE HOLES BEFORE OPENING 4f.

PLAN THE: DISTRIBUTION OFA of the city be asked to arrange some WON NOT FAR FROM TOTAL giouii'l is expected to be added. ginner.. I OF NEXT TOURIST S," ASON.-
sort of entertainment for the women I II
( TRUCK SO THAT MARKETS OUTLAY MADE BY COUNTY TO I Somt remarkable scorns have been Senator Arthur E. ))on'Jt'nn; looks I -

$ WILL ALL BE: .PROPERLY. . SUPPLIED I among. will the be visitors.arranged.The .It is likely thatthis 1 DEFRAY EXPENSES OF TWO made by .loyal players in addition to like a coming player. His drives are Through a trade consummated during -

:i THROUGHOUT U. S. I executive C'ommittee'of the EXHIBITS. thosi of the winter tourists who have straight and long. M. Katz has also the present week Arthur, E. Done-

I been taking advantage of the opportunity proved to be some enthusiast over the '
i, press association has prepared the following l- gan, president of the Citizens Bank 't\
p. L. S. Light of Red''C'k, Florida, I Cash premiums won b'y Osceola to play the game. Visitors, game. .
business 'with the and Colonel Harry A. Hunter, of Min-
. who han long been a student pf; marketing ) program county exhibitors at the South Florida :ru coming to the course in increasing The contest for the ladies' sterling

'i and distribution. of Florida open dates for social features noted:' Fair in Tampa and the FiveCountyFair numbers and it is likely that next cup, presented by the retiring presi- neapolis Kissimmee:, and everywhere "

1 crops, has written an.open letter to In response 'to a call by Chairman at Orlando total $485.50, This season the Van der Meersch home, dent of the club, .Colonel Harry A. I one of the principal owners of the !
Clarence Woods, of Eustis, the erecu-'
the express companies, railroad lines amount almost equals the appropriation which is now owned by Senator Ar- Hunter, was won in a most exciting Hunter Land company became the '
tive committee of the Florida State 1
: "end vegetable and citrus shippers out- Press Association met February 17thin of $550 made by the county com- thur E. Donegan, will be opened as a match by Mrs. J. D. Clark, who was owners of the 500 acre tract of land a

lining his plan for a better distri- missioners to defray the expenses of golf annex to the Gray stone hotel so one up on Mrs.: II. C. Stanford in the
the San Juan hotel at Orlando and lying southeast of the property of the )
bution and better prices. the exhibits, and in fact the amount of that guests can live right in the center finals. Several! extra holes had to be
outlined the following for Golf Club and LA.. Hamilton of
His letter reads as follows: program I cash awards made at the Tampa fair, of the links, if they so desire. played to decide the contest. It is
I I the annual convention of the associa- Canada. \
; Southern Express Co. 'which was $162.50, is $12.50 more Some of the scores made by local to be regretted that there was such a '
tion which is to take place at Kissim- This they secured in a
I property
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. I I than the amount spent on the exhibit.At players are as follows: small gallery for this final match. :
| mee on Thursday, Friday and Saturday deal with E. L. Lesley, chairman of the .j
Seaboard Air Line R. R. I the Orlando fair the cash Bob Bullock made nine holes in 87, The contestants, however, were no
April 13th- 14th and 15th, 1916. I board of county commissioners, and
Florida East Coast Line R. R. | awards were as follows: domestic one less than the bogey, in a contest doubt glad.

Vegetable and Citrus Growers (Continued on Page 12)w science, fancy work art and floral this week. I I (Continued on Page 12)) Walter C. Bass, chairman of the coun-
.... ty school board who have owned it "t
Gentlemen: The vegetable growers exhibits won prizes totalling $112.25; I
HHHUHU -- --- -- - -- ------- Messrs.
for some time. In return Lesley -
in the central part of the state BRINGS BACK RECORD school exhibit won $15.25; agricultu- ,
lost heavily in 1914 and 1910 and the i FBI and stock exhibits $195.50. '' and Bass secured a large quantity
ALL IN READINESS FOR THE WHITE of city property, formerly owned by
lettuce crop will be as a whole'a los- These figures were made up bf
Senator Donegan.It .
OF SEMINOLE SONGS
ing There hundredsof County Farm Demonstrator B. E.
crop. were many
car loads of vegetables that rotted.fl Evans, A. E. Thomas and Miss Anna I MAN'S PRIMARY ELECTION SATURDAYAll is understood, although it has not
.. I been publicly announced, that eightyacres
.... in the fields! in 1914 and 1915. Carson, who were in charge the exhibits -I
. ALBERT GALE DISTINGUISHED be of the land secured by Mesip.:
There were many hundreds of cur- The premiums will paid by
MUSIC COMPOSER OF ALBION. Hunter and Donegan will be donatedto
loads of citrus fruit in 1914 and 1915 the two fair associations direct to the
left to rot on the trees.It MICH. PLAYS SELECTIONS individual exhibitors.A is in readiness for the primary dates to be ,voted upon are as follows: the Golf Club for use as additionar
HERE SECURED IN EVERGLADE election of the White Man's Party in grounds for golf links. The present .
was not th@ overproduction of typographical error made it appear For Mayor-Fred M. Bass, H. R. ".
CAMPS! OP. ADORJr.IN-1 that Kissimmee tomorrow to name can : course consists of only nine holes and
Osceola exhibitorswon May.
vegetables nor the overproduction of ; county
citrus fruit that caused the low sales. ALS. I II I only 117 premiums at the Orlan- ,didates for city offices. The polling For Clerk-J. R. Gilbert. it is proposed: to enlarge it to eighteenand
place will be at the usual location in j later to build a mammoth\ course
It was the system of distribution. (Continued on page 0)) For Treasurer. Z. Roberson.For .
Albert Gale distinguished music Casino The of forty-five holes.GRAYSTONE.
(Continued on Page 12)) I a I I the Graystone building. i
I,composer, of Albion, Mich., returned 12 polls will be open at 8 a. m and closeat I Marshal and Tax Collector :
':'to Kissimmee Sunday after a visit to MEN( HURT IN AUTO sundown. E. A Coleman, George W. Over- : BATHING ':1

NEW BOOKS RECEIVED the camps of the Seminole Indians in The election officials will be.as follows street, Floyd Tison.

and around the Everglades of Florida. ACCIDENT NEAR CITYA. I : Inspectors, J.: M. Gardner, G. Member of City Council for, 2 year

BY PUBLIC LIBRARY Mr Gale had previously visited hereto C, Livingston, and II. N, Bratton; and term-Howcll Bass, H, M. Breaker, POOL OPEN TO PUBLIC 1c

I get from James M, Willson, jr., of Lane A. E. Thomas, clerk. ''T; L, Curry, Roma Thomas. i
in
J, who lives theBoggyCreek
t this ,_city, the._open seasame t.o""the section and Charlie Prevatt During the last' few days the candi- Member of City ',Council for one Manager O. C. Pierce, of the Gray- :

The public library at the Hart Me- Indians. Through: a 'message given had from death last dates have been showing'' more activity year:' term-Eugene C. Bryan. stone hotel, has thrown the hotel

t morial building has recently received him by Mr. Willson'he was able to win a narrow escape I ana a lively but friendly' rivalry 1 Members of City Executive Com- swjmming pool to the public of
while the open
Saturday night riding along
marjjjiew books.: This library has already the good grticefot the aborigines and I tis expected to make things hum during I mittee-W. C. Bass, S. H. Bullock, C. I I Kissimmee. Tuesday, Thursday and ..i
Boggy Creek road in a Ford car. A
r some 700 books, mostly fiction, was allowed an audience with the all of election day. The candi- ,A. Carson II. M. Katz, F. II. I awson. I[ Saturday afternoons the pool may 'be '.1
the road at
had fallen
tree across
and is proving popular with the sub-
| leader of the green corn dance.It I i used by women and girls only. Boya'
just tho right height 'to strike the
scribers. The dues have been reducedto -
from him that he secured the
was !
One dollar a year and it is hoped music of the Indians, which is windshield. It was out of line of : and men may have the use of the

that 2QOJ new subscribers will soon be centuries old and which has many been vision in the headlights of the car I, REGISTRATION BOOKS MAN 77 YEARS OLD IS I pool Monday, Wednesday and Friday "

and both men were" thrown from the afternoons and Saturday mornings

secured.The books recently added to the library -ration.handed down lie listened from generation to the music to gen and machine as it hit. Mr. Prevatt was i TO OPEN FOR MONTH. PRIZE FISHERMAN HEREJohn I Mr. Pierce says that the pool la thus 1

first to be able to arise and being un- thrown open with the distinct under t
are: Mr. Doctor Mary by Helen then repeated it on his violin and
able to arouse Mr. Lane, thought that : loudor 1
be
S. Woodruff; Three Score and Ten, made a record in writing so that i it I I C. W. Griffin, supervisor of registration Holden, of Ml. Ayr, Iowa, who standing that there shall no
he had been killed. He hurried to
by Amelia E. Barr; Burkses Amy, by could be put down in permanent form for Osceola county announ- spends his winters in Kissimmee' and boisterous talking;, or any conduct 1
the home of Sam Barbef for help and obnox- .
will make the bathers ,
a Julie M. Lippman; Felix O'Day by The Indians marvelled at his ability; I issue that the registration books of which
while he was seeking aid, Mr. Lane who has reached the 'grand old age ious. Persons violatingthis rule will -}
F. Hopkinson Smith; The Fortunes of and pronounced the music perfect in I Osceola county will be open at each 1I
recovered consciousness. He could of seventy-seven is the prize he denied the use of the pool. 4
years
Garin by Mary Johnson; The Lost every detail. i voting precinct from next Monday,
find of Mr. Prevatt and
trace
i Prince, by Frances Hodgson Burnett{; He secured six complete selectionsand no the first Monday in March, to the fisherman of the winter colony here. I Mr. Pierce has provided dressing ,
thinking that he had been seriously
S; The Lovable Meddler, by Leona Dal- one incomplete. These he hurt, Mr. Lane also went in search of {(I first Monday in April.It He hooked a denizen: of the waters of rooms in the Casino building and has '

rymple; ''The Fifth Wheel, by Olive played here for the first time before help. lIe met Mr. Prevail returning | will be necessary for those who Canoe Creek yesterday that weighed arranged! everything for the comfort .y;

tC' Higgins Prouty. Two others-Her a number of friends. The origina with Sam Barber. The was badly !I i have established a legal residence in 150 pounds and held the monster witha and pleasure of the public. Mr.
car
'' Husband's Purse by Helen F. Martin, copy of one of the songs had a comer damaged and both men suffered 'I the county and those who have/ reached small perch hook. I Pierce has proven to be a hustler of .&

and Nan of Music Mountain, by F. H. torn off, the bit of paper being givento vere bruises. se-I' their majority during the year to In company with J. E. Campbell, of : the first water ,and as progressive as :j

,T Spearman-have been ordered. the Indians as a token. This origi- register. No others will be required I Knoxville, Tenn., M. J. Lydon, of Dor- i they make 'em since he came here
nal selection( with the torn corner was from Tampa to take charge of the
I to register. I chester, Mass.; J. A. Callahan and C. t
presented to Mr. Willson, who has always NEWSTORETO OPEN I hotel. The Valley Gazette predicts ,
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BAND CONCERT GIVEN ( It is hoped that all new-citizens and E. McManus, of Lynn, Mass.; II. A.
i been a "great white friend" to 'Tan: extremely successful career for *
the young men who have become ;: Herzog, of WeJIington) 111.; William
WEDNESDAY I( the Indians. While here Mr. Gale HERE AT EARLY DATEWhat twenty-one years of age during the Leiser, of Saybrook, 111., and J. B. :I; him. Ho is a prince of good fellows :
ENJOYED f fANNUAL'SPELLING "
secured another Indian song from Dr. and a mixer par excellence.
past year will all take this o Dillard, of this! city, he motored to itI
I A. J. lIolt of the First Baptist church, Portun-1 I
>i' ity to get on the books and Canoe Creek early yesterday aboard I
who had obtained it from Ipdians of: will be known as "The Story j I IStore" I
: The concert given Wednesday night' prepared to exercise their right to i the launch Margaret. The entire day BEE t
will within the next ten j
the West.
open
by the Kissimmee Concert Band was vote in the coming county and state was spent in fishing and besides the ]I
One- of the selections which Mr. days in the room formerly occupied I
heard by another large crowd of win- primary in June. monster mentioned the party brought )I I
r ter visitors and townspeople. The Gala will soon have published will be by F. H. Lawson, at'10 Broadway. I I ,I back about 100 pounds -of fine perch TO BE HELD TONIGHT 4


several numbers generously (I dedicated to Mrs. Willson. I The store will be owned and operated I
were ap- I and trout. --
by A. M. Story and son, Lyles V. It
'I plauded. The band is doing fine work ),I Story, who has been connected with FIRE DEPARTMENT HAD While all the party had their lines Tonight at 7:30: o'clock the annual

in helping entertain the winter visit- spelling contest will be held in the '
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LOCAL MEN TO A out Mr. Holden suddenly called for
ATTEND the Lawson store for some time. .
ors and deserves the help and ,support I Young Mr. Story, who will manage 4 ALARMS IN MONTH aid and it was soon realized that he Kissimmee school audito ium. of"

of the citizens generally. The pro- the store, announces that they had hooked a big one. After several The ten best spellers from each of ;i
K. OF P. GRAND LODGEThe
,, gram, rendered under the direction of I
will make a specialty of $2 hats for efforts the big water animal was the grades from the fifth to the 4

GSM. Shearouse, jr., was as follows: I men and $3.50 shoes for men and wo- The Kissimmee Fire Department, I brought to the top and was found to eighth, inclusive will engage in the 4

+' March, National Emblem, Bagley.One Grand Lodge Knights of Pyth- men. There will also be departments composed of volunteers, had its busiest -I be a large alligator, which the hook contest, and prizes of $2.00, $1.00 and ...

step, Runaway June, Freeman. ias, of the Grand Domain of Florida, for men's furnishings ladies, ready to month during February. More had caught under the foreleg. With 50 cents respectively will be awarded i

< Trot, Kangaroo Hop, Morris. will meet in Key West on March 8th wear clothing and a five, ten and alarms were answered by the department I the assistance of Mr. Campbell the to the pupils standing up last, nextto

q ? Waltz When It's Moonlight in and 9th. The local lodge of this order twenty-five cent department. during the thirty days just past alligator was roped and pulled into last and second to last. An admission ;

: Mayo, Wenrich. Friendship, No. 10, will be rep- -- than in any-month in the history of. the dinghy and ought to the city fee of ten cents for adults

ft f; One step, A. la Carte, H61zmann. resented by C. W. Griffin, Roma FIRE EXCITEMENT the department. The boys were call- alive. The live alligator is being keptat and five cents for children will be ,

: Rag Tar Babies Rag Johnson. Thomas* and W. L. Paulk. They will ed out four times. Only two of the the Franklin boarding house to, charged. ;

March, Spirit of Independence, leave early next week for Key West. Considerable excitement was creat- fires proved serious two houses being prove to skeptics the claim made
,I", Holzmann. ed here last Friday afternoon duringthe destroyed but .the loss in, each case I Holden that he is the prize fisherman Clark Howell whose strawberry j 1.

f'" The home of A. Herzberg, at Shin- high wind blowing: then when reports was light. i of the tourist colony. patch north of the city attracts complimcrtniry -

}. ... Recent guests at the Graystone hotel gle creek, was destroyed by fire Tues- were received that flames were, The fire department boys ask that r ; rotice front passers-by, '

,' were: C. T. Jones, Mt. Dora; day afternoon. The blare started sweeping over St. .Cloud and the the signals for alarms be published Albert 'W. Gilchrist, former governor stct: :3 thLi. ho has already sold over

_ h 'XUarence E. Woods, Eustis; Mr. and from' the flue and is supposed to,have whole city seemed doomed. Telephone again. They are as follows: One of Florida, and candidate for the 6000 quarts from this patch. He pick '

Mrs. S. S. Thorpe and Mr. and Mrs been .caused by some defect. Mrs. reports asked that the local fire department blast-Central Klealmmee;'two blasts United States Senate, was a visitorIn ed 1200 quarts last week and 1300

Walter Ergleston, of Minneapolis, Herkberg was busy ironing; when the be sent to aid the St. Cloud -North KJsiimmee; threo blasts- the city Wednesday and Thus sday. more' this week and haa>already paid ..

]Ilan.; E. P. Thagard, of Tallahassee; flames were first noted. The entire I fire fighters. It was afterward learned South Kissimrnee; ,four blasts-Mab- He spent part of each day passing outhis out $105 for hired pickers. This 1s 1\-\ ,

fcf W. H. Brokawand f W. D.' Sperry: roof wavaMaM: when she ran from that the tin was not of serious bette street and West Kisrimmee: ., ,campaign literature and meeting his most successful. season. a ItI'awi. ...,., .

or I Orlando,, representing? the Back: the HOOM and before neighbora could consequences and,the fir..department ' I : the .voter -GIIeWitla a veteran i berry grower. It baa,also bsm a very,.:I _.

I. .jr. narseryf B. O. Chesshire and wife boatS ttf assistance the house was was 1 ot'needed. An ace.unt"-elf'the D'M-Frbsnkv1sit.d their eampalgasrand"' better. !. the old- .successful season Joe S. T. Pansies _... !

-.*%Gran>tlle.;,'"Ohlof E. 'Marqttls-1 and cI otrted..'4Vsry''Ift$1'.of taw 110. a,.. la Bt. CtoW will *e toon,'.'....- ter sapper..at th4 Crap-.the,.,.n- faah>ond' .way.01-,..ttng as. manyveaer '. who'has,a flue strawberry patch ICKA: jJvi

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'" FRIDAY, MARCH 3,, 1916
THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE
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r--- ., *;; -- Sunday school work It is planned I --' ,
ASSOCIATION.'
MRS. W.W.WARNER SAYS I1R AINAGK: SUNDAY SCHOOL MEN that mu h advertising will be done '

those In ,
for the and the towns adjacent,
I fNIFtrY f The program third annual '. will touch are ,
which the tour supposed -
meeting of the Florida Drainage Association TO. TOUR THE STATE
NEW AND : to'( vend large delegations Ute 't
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the
; "I'VE GAINED 23 POUNDS"Was lKlh! and at 29th Sanford of February, "Florida ha's on l ben plates) of meeting. . -i

=NOTKD', wonli'EHS'WI LL VISIT It.,.is rare that such eloquent men
completed. Every effort has been exerted -, R
NOBBY -- VARIOUSCITIES w\M) nOLI>> as the two' above' mentioned; are to-
to( make this the best dnt.lnagem ;
In Wretched Health Before etl'n' ever held In the state i KAUJKS-ARTHUR T. JAn OJ:1J: be heard in Sundayschool work in
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i Using Andes' '' 'OK WHEELING= VA., COMES FI9rlda, and it 'i is predicted: that"thpusands 1
about the ; The association has been particularly .
That's what they say fortunate in securing representatives HEKE OX lIAnClI'22.Two of. people will avail themselves ..

splendid line of new ,Spring Suit Had Fallen Off Until She Was 6f two l large lend houses to o'f the opportunity.The .,,o//

fabrics r we are now showing.We'll Almost a Living Skeleton make addresses. One of the greatest noted speakers, 'will visit following.is. the itinerary of 11

I difficulties met in organising a district 'lorida during March under the aus- ench'partyas now planned: .- +

"If you had tern me I before<< I began is the question of financing and ices of the Florida Sunday School Tour I of L Mr. Brown--Jacksonv-,7.( ,,
/ Andes, you would not believe It March 12-13; Daytona, 14-15; Fort t
using no doubt\ the add peases of W. E. 1 Fulcher 1sHol' ation. They will make a tpur : '
the Slime person talking to .you Lauderdale 17-11fr ,
'Take Your Measure now" said Mrs W. ,V. Warner of PenBncnla. of New York ahd C. i D, Hotchki.Js if .the state, stopping at, importantities Tierce 1C; Fort ;

j In tflllnp of the remarkable of Tampa, will give a great deal .. where Sunday school rallies will (I Miami.\ 19-2! ; I Lakeland, 2U22Bfa-

and We'll Fit Your Frame (results if Andes she, /'The/ bad obtained Premier' Preparation from the use," Iof I useful_information. He. held.I Rev: William A. Brown, 11.I Identown I'etersburg-.23., 23-24; ; Clearwater, 25; St. .....

that In accomplishing such wonderful )., of Chicago, field secretary of the
results In the South.Contlnulig I Tour of'Mr. Al'nold-Rt. Augustine, ,
'1 Mrs. Warner said: "I DR. A. J. HOLT TAKES International Sunday School association March 12-13: ; Palatka, 14-16; DaytonaBonch -;
suffered from a nervous breakdown I and Arthur T. Arnold!, of Whcelng '

i Our Cleaning and Pressing I and wrr.Uhcd for !more heiiltb.than I had two no yr'arswas appetite, and In F ON EDITORIAL <, W. Va., jri'fieral secretary. of the Palm ,Bench Ifi; New, 1-20!) :Smyrna; Orlando, 17-18, 21; ;West Kis- !.
'the little 1 did eat till more harm than DUTIES West Virginia Sunday School unsoiatioi j I
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'J -- I good: loin my! Hl.I.'a| very: poor. I are the two prominent men simnv.-t', 22; 'l>eL:ll1d. 23-24; Ocala, 2 Department vax HO ui-ak find felt so miserable that i Dotes are Leing'arranged for other .
"11 would Hornet iim-H take me from who will tour the state.\ Two partieswill (I rsmaller
OF K1KST BAPTISTCHUIJCIIOF. of the
towns vacant
on some
I t liiurnlnjr until lllnlit to .flnish my household be folmcd, each headed by one r
IS THE BEST IN TOWN '
KISSI BECOMKS :
duties. ; .: IMIm. I evenings. '
of these anti iiecompani."d 11Y 10wOl'kel's
"I was too pl.t\ed 'to men/ )
I out Veepxm the ONE= : OF THE:- FOUR EDITORS
H''-. would sweep '''' hilI'. then lay down, I cal I andwill "miultim>osly) I .,
OF THE BAPTIST Wi't'NESS A great number of tarpon are reported -
Oliver Suitatorium' mid could keep| (hiM up the whole day visit ns towns as the limited
lonif I used all kindM of treatments I : ;; THE FLORIDA PURLICA-I many in the C'ttlootnhiitchce! River
lull nothing did mi- any' mod, and I time of the two lenders, will, )penult.
TION OF 'I'll DENOMINATION.. I IIr. | lit Foil ;Myi'is'' and c-atihcH! are being'
)na k..1. getting wnt'HI* all the time !Mr. 'B'own, has a woiUI-wiile epvrienee I :... r
PHONE 61 "II s'nhd ax If 1 unx losing HtrenmhMT mad daily.
l ; ,
having been ill nti 4ion, lielil* |
.
\ d.iand 1 1 lest! ui'lulit until I I'I 1 A. .1. Holt pastor of the FirhtHuplist
- nN .iiliiinst, 1 .1 ualliln ..1..It'I"n. many years, and j is, a man of Id'oad'thought !
"'1"h.', i miAiuleH and' church of Kissimmee, has! ,. Mi: ,.. AIII./I') A ".'packing:' hou-e; will soon l he
ami knowledge.,
'
p A/" */l/" s/b /!/* 10".11"; i.. lr\ II Hill just 111 pll'usl' born, apiointeil| nnd has' assumed, hihduties I'l-e-itnl( nt ,l'i\er tn' take) cure of fho
11111 t,1, 1 US'(,1 till on' .. 'LatlCall,. to Le l 1 I" un expert( in :Sund.lyr: ho'+I I hiifs, '
of I the four'edilors of large .that expected in
as one "IIIPI11"II's| are
------ nniiii I rn s" '"un h I"1.,1' I ili-i-idi ilnml unit i, t'h"OIIhl.\ ncquaitdd, with the '
I'p, 11.1 l hI.e uni .. .. i I \\ 111 net r Tl'e Itaptist: \\\ltmh' the ,state pulili-! ) '| thai tinnily.I'hu .
"Ih'. .11\ I .1" '' wol k which he is tn .iln l"lli men
thlll
-I i. i in t .1..I..I"n. 10- i ,,it 'mn of (that dcnominatifin.; :Speak- .- ,-
1 I.I, . list !tntl, -h"1 tin fourth .Lain ;.lie fulre fu I -111'1'' \ni''''IiU thr
ii ?I' I I'>,r. Unit the which -phato'| mining m-tAilies! have I
The Seminoles of Florida. Shall i I \V tlll'l nol 1 .1.I n I thousand i1 il- It: paper !
'li"
nf I Iunle i -AM I
1 Ins. ''. r In' i.-n" ...i J.'"' ll ll.ll I lllH Alllll s.Io plus. nil (\< illeiit hko'ie-i of the Pronun'nt ini'ii "lll'.1 1 al ,\lalia, :nut l li.. 'tween! sv, t tII
I,, 1- n. Illil It I'. II, /I, t.; giro milinlfhid ,aitonipan.v Iht plow, "111, .01J"II- '
They Disappear From the Earth ? , , J ---""llal: pastor. , wiiti-s I as follows, : : d -I ,'11 hlllllll .t Ions uf lock :areI
'I Ti" l'',1.I \ 'III!' IT. I II oJ| I'' er"(11,11 'Is of tin. -l.ill-' ..inK.I:. .1 I II1.11.
,,,I t'...iili- 1111.1! mi 111'1"111.' uI I Ih', Molt, with" 'the in\t issue, I lie, pal I...I'.I' g nutnl lI.
uf .la,-kaoll' Illt) \\.. .s- i i in' I t. i.I'l
,. ., tin \
I : I L I i. MM;: \ \::1'' PH.1.1: I i: \i! "rtu'1,, L' :So"" ''I:IlIn , .''''.1. :1 1 "h. 1 .11 ,1" s \\1111 a1.' j "milI"'Hof ,the four cditoi nf Thi. ,
I'f.i 1)1) 1 1\\- )p 'tinin.' .) whin 1 k'1 IIi. Ih. Miami' N' \1 I < ,\ I i.i.i:, 'n .1. oI'"I"b(
\\ i r,i11' I iii: .i i I., i iI ,' I "I I'' ...1. 'Y mm i Into' I i.in' il.i same' wart. \\iMis, ,. |Ile| take-) the. place in inn' nt': I I.! |I'." .>,i' t" "' | : I are to ,the,
(teed -nlcnl the I l I 1..n."l.d.. -
Ih ."UllH,,, I III',n I tall' IIlnir 1 I IH 5.'a. I '. pit ,.. '' .
10'I 'diet id statt- of Ke\ John A.Via> t ''T i .f t I II li i' ,.1', 'J I t \ i ("PIII; t* In
bad., I I'',."| nf till| I I 11,?, L. tiud, ta t Ml I r.oanl; uf 'l fi.ul t ,,;r \. I I HUM i i.) .
', ., ,, I "\ h" ha. lrlt! 1 loViila\ fnh, \ \- new lull .Mini' ,, i "ndiin" ", i i .Ind, that: the
I 'I, I' I I"," nh" II II. I ,..,. 'I, .i., "II. "f chi,: "tl" ,1 1,. I.- f''i, ".' I II"u I I' ,p "IIII I I"I ' \ I 11111,1)1) It''I'|'- Ta! 111 I'"I.| (' SI1JII' IIil, lid' I ht,I l"I'l *s 'ill ( prmn-|
. t 1" _' \\IIMIIII" In ton\ ,,lid, I Nine hI i i* n I 'hli')k.-i-ha. ((1Ila. I III' Moll has ) i <.01 l ..\ H'Id n i' ,1in<
/f'' I.' ." .11 t I.< .01'I 11"1'' 'In .1 .1 I1 ;1"1'e '' ' )h", fnal U|)1> I II?. I lit Iii, In 'I"" .l Ilil., I I | "! .11 *( ..\ .h- il.i\, ..h.t! u .', h. I .11', ', I \\I..M! nl I __ ___ I
tin ,.! Ia. I.. .." 'vl: mill '. ,,,in ,..,l. ,, h'1 1":1. hI | lileil the. "l'" 1'" i dl.! 1 I.1 1 :.1 'ni i 11,1. t 1I i ) 1 tiiini miiinlnu' until 111- \ : .lark.nnvll. K:'-\ U I. I I 1" ,m, i i iNew "
I T .1.! Ili'\, -1:111"t&, | fdinr I 1",I- i\ Hi,.il' ,is .Ml l t nil, about.t \\ I IIlie j f I I'he \\itness, fi,| more" than a ye.uI NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOODl1.1
In \ 11 <
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ilon \\ "
IInIJIi I I 1.:0- >a i I hi- ,
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I'hiinl.iK.iplits
,' t,, .mis. in' t"'IIlIh ,i'i' ) 1 1 I ,"' t. 11") I l" '..I \\ .lhI ", i'in i i'"i." s ml, ) un,d) i"in r.dlo 11 I I to ilo I I"ntt I i id need'no (nit i tuduclon t to S.iliniii, L.-.tcu. .I"-!Ii-, .\iin. t li..i el I IIliovv
. . I, ,, ,, ',, ,,, .,.,,1'1',, .. ,,,.. I I'.11|| \ ,,11, 11111| | ) \" I :: as m .-.1'10"' Ile! will ron ,,
1 ,III., a, i l.< "i till .\IIB, I''II .111 ., : ( ' t tIH.\ I In Mils : n. ( h.is, '\. I II li.. .\ I t. I I",I h 'nl" .I.H, I- : | 1 s, ?f uliiu,,,,, hiimois\ front tho
,,
I.. tin- 1 I't i II"',11('It II' oni I
tI""t. to and addition take
nliiii
111 ,, I Ihi' , .It i In 'ft.llll' nf .\ III'' 01'11' ' ,nilui'I 11,,, 'nil" 'llIfy and, I 1111IIJI'C. in '. ,, ,. I'l' ,, I. whiili
\' i'n I I I mli, Vis, sii', S'i| ."I' ,,it lilnTi.v t tnus 1 I : MiliMll-, K-\ II. \\ I(0",1! .ft"I l '' muse "'IIJ1ation., muiaii.i -
, ,,1\ 'Id In- a--I-Ialll-| | :.in .t ,, 1 i. .1, s,ruuuul-),, !, ) \\nid' hring: (!rood I I.I ",\' t iiiim. i in, ,tin i l'' ''I"| ". IIH 1 J' :0...tiniinlv ,, I Mis place alteinately' with, the otherhi l l'u.ue, ,111,1, I J''d J I.: ll.-.l.. III.l' I Ihr :.,, 1111'\1111111'\ (Iiare, -. ulcers pimple -
i-l.ij, . l I' .il id I. I t" l'-l the I'. sl fiiitoi- on the regular edituiinltalf.
I. i | -e
.
''I' \ ,l\' ril'1 \1' 11".1 ""xl't'ting" '' .1 I liniKJ" of gold, :and the virtue
nieII; ,,. in 'their! power to '""-" ,'\ I 1 n uonien, tu,'potted.Vhen a fain-"" | ''II\\ do) for II,.. h.tlf-sli. llKlll-KH. J'JIo- I \ will be )I.ml ,nil' all, phaseof j; on a gnaiantec to sati.sfy. .
: and,I \\ oniin"Manv I The management' : of The Witness, ,
11dogllly" ' anil liluity, j guiuanleed' : S' umule-Lieftaio \\a- asked) by I datn 111(11 .
I > Ht.iti nii'iilK "f tliiH kind art 1"- 'has ask.-<1 I'',.. Holt to devote his
li\ our" fulefntIii' 'when 'they ; ; of his when he left in drug !(tore "ii The Witnei. on the editorial. page'to ''
j foreign: tuition' from Ameneun gun: it an I clM.ints nt fotter'o |
i f,... .' .J he 1. "There' I 1 "rianklln Street, UiN <'1t)'. ,ind 1 they :Ar.-\ discussion of the "IJistilH'tive// -J
rented
tmil declared all men < I'nt. replied is! thatfniifs BUILDER
lie
the Lest' proof that ran given I Dix'trines," and he has consented! to I I UI ;iwlim -
MVik| ;; lemnatit of a noble a white\ man within fifty miles. I ,In. "The Mantir" of all medicines ,
this lie not devote
: arrangement. may )
I Americans, to the milliner I the United Stat.ro'ern.- Andes Prescription, so highly! reeommended ,-- i !'
weeping their lives away in the i yi J IS.:;).", transfelied' to the State I by 111'V.. W. Warner : his space exclusively to this feature Blowers Ground Limestone makes arid( oils

nesses of the Florida Ev(> ( Florida over :20) millions of acres of 'of Pensafola is now on hale in Kis-, of our paper, but will np doubt sweet. It releases potash salts and impart '.

When that dual .adventurer I, ) and overflowed lands, under himmee by the 'orner Drug Store, the devote a large portion of his page to'I' strength and vigor: to growing crops and l t trees. / t
each month the doctrines dear
to
il-pfatijrnlile sea-captain, (' Ait of 1850:; ), it transferred" from \ exclusive afrent. 0 Dlowers limestone ground unusually fine '

ColumhuH planted the colors ,supervision. of the National: lov- I - the heart pf Hapti.sts. I readily mixes with the soil. Contains no"impurities GROUND i
We welcome Dr. Holt to this
Spaniard; in the sand at Cut wnt to the State of Florida the new -can he applied at any timeis 1
Gras of New Orleans, but truer to work on our editorial staff with perfect I I
inexpensive. Write for literature and
thirtythousand souls of this ( 01 and rare of the Seminole prices. l
''' America than of these, and there- confidence that he will serve the
any I
c>il in peace and plenty on "reason" of this, the National Gov- Blowers Lime & Phosphate C* .
fore the feel that they Baptists of this state well in his new
''" promoters are
flower-strewn soil. They opened "., has no official cognizance of I I Bo K 308, Ocala, Florida
within the bounds of propriety, when role __ I
their white brothers r
arms to ) .>e. members: of a race akin to the
they call the people of the nation 1.I 1.-
the lands across the biff waters o'f' oldMexico, and the Incas upon
I to join them in making the PALM STATION HERD MAKES ,
gave to them the best of that : I'el'u"I Shall these people disappear - ,

bad been o.u'c Ra ed t. '\t ) ::J : ilface'lof the ; earth or shall BEACH SEMINOLE, SUN DANCEa .. ; ''I"' A GOOD.,,' SHOWING, .* i
!
!1 (
.Shock.EToni-E=Se'e 'thec\ g'rcat ,4. .. National! event,, ;, ,. '.. 'i? "i I i ;, ,yteWi/ iutK I.' ''ltfi-J.'i; 1 f ' *(' " 'j 1
.l"
t :
.of the.'aboriginal: 'Americans In )do'thee"big-hearted greatj!: \tate.ofjFlorida' c. and_be"generous.Impelled; '"'The'Falm'fBeach County Fairrandlive t Alongh;: S with ft the I 'greaterr'ilinterestwhich \ i. \>'11'",?'!i).'OJ" 1'0h' ,{4.-) /1"'","I. '''''' '''''I' T ( .!

stock exposition' will be held dur- Florida farmers are showing in ..
of motive and :
purity and provide for them) according to ..I
harm, they were like the ; requirements, rescue them from ing the same week as the PALM livestock the University of Florida .

t their beloved forests knowing \' and restore to them apart BEACH SEMINOLE SUN DANCE, Experiment Station is developing a f PURITY ICE CREAMThe

and fearing no man. The the land which their forfathers and this will show fruit, vegetable, dairy herd. John M. Scott, animal I ,

and live productions of the county industrialist'to the station, is
influence of had conduct-I
suspicion" } no and which they themselves love
their Yneditations. dearly ? and southeastern Florida in a most ing some feedingtests at Taste LingersIt's

comprehensive and detailed manner. dairy barn on the. college farm. lie is

As the years passed, the I is too much to hope that a sen- j lit i will be a revelation to those who testing the .milk producing qualitiesof
will be aroused which will take I Made in Kiss Special 1 Prices =
mnn, impelled} to seek new arc unacquainted with the agricultural various feeds. Twenty cows, purebred t11luce. to.

where he hoped. his greed" nil, < ('"' of t the existence of these possibilities of the State. I. and grade Jerseys, are used in Lodges and Church Socials. "
f-ll these, ,' "" ', and before' it too late ,
hatialed upon " is res- An invitation is extended to the the test. -

the forest, with his, infernal \,,' I them", from a fate as pathetic as people of the State and the Nationto Records are kejt on all the cows. (''; ,

: and, I destroyed, fluni bv the t | ( whuh befell. the Arcadians ? It attend\ the PALM BEACH SEM- The fat test of the- herd was fifured | PURITY ICE CREAM CO. :

ensluxniK, their menonu, >n for the purpose of arousing this INOLE: SUN DANCE, and County recently and it averaged fi.12 per

children, and driving" : them into .. that a number of influential Fair, and live stock exhibition which cent. This'is exceptionally high. I I PAUL McKEE, Mar. .

known cowitrv'heie" iuiditio' ,is ,, "' :nd .pio (iessive, citizens will be held under the auspicies of Some dingle cows will test higher hut

thanked and ,the ilim.it" was pioniotmp; a t'-leliration to occur the W-jst Palm Beach Board of Trade few herds 'will run that high. PHONE 41 "We Deliver the Goods"THE .,
ubI,'. Ilow0\er, not all ,.f them'u'aNyld'i.J I Red I I'alm Bead, Florida during when .. -
:March 8th to llth inculsive a
inipiisnned. and, deported' as (! sMntn| week in March: Iftlli, of- :I' ate of one fare plus :25c:; from all Peach and citrus trees are bloomingat

,souixTuI, Isieol.i, and I the I hi I : 1 (1 le.ifrnateil as "TIIK: PAI.M: i,' and I Minims the warm weather and
points <.ui the F. K. C. H. R return -
thief Tallahassee, for, yeai'''' >u : \11( :SKMINOI.FSUN:: : : DANCK" showers being resJ>onsible. -- --- -
will he in force. ,
fully ,xMsted, the ;power of the i I lejrcnds' tiailitions, and customs of I I

of A"'I'i"' <'all ,ulilii'i \ and .- grIt( : I Scmini. nice. are being I There are new boots with vamps of Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days -
I Your drug Ist will refund money If PAZO
the ,h i 1I.\\ <|it',1 jf Ameiiran \ n 11,1", the 1"'lal11!: of this fes- patent leather und tops of a'soft-col- O1NTMKNT (>llf to cute any case of Ilchlnj

leudels" .\ leni' 'l.lllt! of tlli's(< l !. ".ii.d as many of the remaining 01, 'ed leather. I Blind The application,Bleeding or protruding KIV... Ii.1'ilei... and 10 Heat.6to 14d Sic y.. I II I"

who' "n'hgi' .vu-.. oile! may ", (,i- of 'the "race .is can be se- :I .
---
,leisi(d into,' "I .,ii- not..tral\ nor .. id.will 1 be used as the main at1 I ( - I ; ==. I

and to think' \\itli <(< !"nl." escjipi.,) 1 'inn' I II
I !'
the Southern pint' of I'loudu" \ 'I 1'111: SKMINOI.K:: ( ) : St'N: DANCE '

)Iy known as, the I ::rjrlailes' , II. I he .1 joyous occasion, and it is I II

fifty yens' the de.'endail1( of ""it 1< d 1 as the re-birth of a nation H For Wear
'ari'I' Spring
mighty \\ ha\(' lived <1 front. it ,shall come Slat and I UNIVERSAL I = CAR

unknown! on 'the 1. ',"lh of I lecogni/ation" : which will re-

shrewdness" and tlu-ir, I. nil"I'd "' ? ,' I tin' handitap, under which these

woodcraft, but' unai''iiiainted \\ H
| ': :are' lit mg. The words "SUNi : We Have ItOur The
ricultural pin suits, innocent i a nl luation of this of thistaomo same strong, serviceable Ford car--but

arts -of comiiKrce. and f'ut'ill! : \ \:( 1 K"aie:: jieculiaily, significant to I at a lower price. The Ford car, which is
(
white man who had pio\ed' : < t.li,lirationof, this kind, ns the new line of spring merchandiseis giving satisfaction to more than 1,000,000

to his, vows. I I \ .I,-, iecorni7-d) ) !that from the j now on our shelves. owners, has a record for utility and economy .

Their lot has 1 been a most : ionics. most of their, material I II I that is worthy of
We have everything for I your attention. Two
men, women
!
one. Their \biollieis, oho V. ('''' ; -"' :; and the wonderful climate and
two make four there
bly carried into the ''West, anil , I 1'10'' nl.i "is due to bemficent' in- I, and children.: wouldn't be so R

into other tubes from \ \ \ < "" '. 'I'hr 1 word, "DANt'K"( ) typifies I many Ford cars if they didn't give such

: tion! of America, soon heroine 1 I that is joyous in youth) and i 11i I We Want You to See splendid service.. Prices low than ever.

the mazes 'of otfkial. and i: u".d! in a specific sense, but to I Runabout 390Touring; Car $440, f. o. b.

. :c the great government of the ", ,. the entire celebration. Our Stock Any How tl Detroit.

f State has! no official kno" .. I I'loniment" social and financial lead- Get Yours

ti the existence of six hundred | of I the country have agreed to part Come in and look it over whether you I From

'true Americans, who have I<<. I I t "\<' the events of this festival want to buy or not. LUPFER & PRATHER

letter and spirit of their agi (' ;: ,) in addition to showing the Sem- I

never again forever again to i ,., in their native villages and ex- Don't f al.1' our new spring line of KISSIMMEE.; FLORIDA

r their hands against their white i their customs and costumes, shoes for every member of the family.

ers Their vitality reduced by I result of the work of the white .

k pletion of the natural I with his knowledge of agricul- GOOD GOODS

their native land, the nnlm and his restless energy, will be

birds upon which their in symbolic and agricultural PRICES RIGHT

# f i subsisted largely having ben which will form a part of the

troyed by the ruthless hand of TIlE SUN DANCE.It .

io-'galled white sportsmen and is the purpose of the) *" promoters I. C. STANFORD COMPANY

Condition surrounding"them this festival to make it an annual' I .

/!uch that it was impossible to I similar to theFeast; of Flow, I.I.'f y ,y

a 'h. permanent honW.-or of Loa Angeles, and the Mardi .. .,. ... -JIi .. 11' ..."" ... ..""" .. "'" .. .. .
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' AND'"SHIPPERS Oe . ooe . .'.+. .. . destroys!, and the seeds would be ext tona, DeLand, 'Glenwood. Titusyille, section of,the country well represented

I. GROWERS LEAGUE Uncrt. Medical practice goes, far to Late Helen, Malabar and Auranti*. n*this list. One of the main objects

HANDKERCHIEFS 0 prove this more than a dream, because These are the town' having reportedC. of the convention will be to expedite r

.SOLVING MANY TRAFFIC PROBLEMS 0 0 proper precautions have pray: E.. societies in the east central die National Defense Legislation,

: By Dr.. J. Y. Porter 0 tically banished typhoid from the trict. We have space in but one paper . and to this .end speakeri recognized

--- 0 'State Health Officer 0 United States Arm)'. By the enforce I,':-this field, that is the Halifax as authorities in their chosen subjects

r". .0 ment of certain sanitary conditions Journal, of Daytona. There shouldbe will be selected.
Orlando, Fla.-Many traffic problems Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan 0000000006004000040 the city of Jacksonville has reducedthe more: -

of more than} unusual Importance and' Alberta, have been Included in disease within its limits from 62 The Kissimmee Valley Gazette told I A good road will bringgreater'"returns

v" ., to the Florida'' growers and shippers I those 'publications, and with such facilities Carry a handkerchief and 'carry it deaths in 1910, to 14 deaths) In 1915, of of Miss. Mattie Bandy, in its town, than 'any other farm improve +
'
of perishable products are being our conditions will unquestionably where you can 'get it into action on which six cases' originated outside.the. losing a suit case during the depot I ment. Put all the good buildings,

! brought to a satisfactory, termination, be improved. In the past the a second's warning.It city. i fire'in Jacksonville but fortunately I fences, tile or other improvementsyou
'
', ;I-. and a great deal ,of work of a similar lack of same caused a lot of speculation is no 'longer considered merely Similar results have been secured railroad officials' made prompt Settlement will on your farm, but you will

"" character, which is destined to be of by the Ihippera,and has cost as., part of equipment of the.well- with yellow fever, bubonic plague and fo;' her' loss Miss Bandy has not realize the fullest benefits until
.
inestimable\ benefit to'the interests, is them dearly by re reason" of misrout. dressed men and women of society; other afflictions.The been for a long time one of;; the 'most you .have a good: road.:

under way, according to'a general announcement ing cars and-having to pay the addi- it's a necessary shield for the'protec present winter* has seen an generous helpers in Presbyterianwork

'..,. today by the Florida tional freight charger! The league tion of our neighbors and friends from epidemic of la grippe in Florida and of the Kissimmee society, and R. M. Marx a construction engineer

Growers Shippers League. which Is has just completed a thorough checkof ourselves. It used'to be regarded.by in many .other parts of the country. the more she "gives unto the Lord," from New York was in consultationwith

a voluntary organization established these new tariffs and discovered some of the Philistines' only as an effeminate This rapid and widespread has been in many ways, the better her 'millinery C. L. Willoughby, professor'of

'- \to handle those matters Which all the some highly important inaccuracies I convenience-it's more than made possible only' because of the store seems to' thrive. This is animal husbandry in the University

Vrlwers, and shippers have in common, in the rates, due to errors of the com- that now. With proper and timely careless use, or no use at all, of the a Tenth. Legion example. of Florida College of Agriculture, and

apid' which is now In its third year ofxlstance. piling clerks of the tariff bureaus, and use it is a preventive of, disease com- handkerchief. With this precaution Interlachen Feb. 28th. John M. Scott, animal industrialist

The 'Importance of the cited them to the traffic' manager, ,munication. this edidemic might have been prevented Grace -A. Townsend ot the Experiment Station, last week. .
vigilance which the league maintainsover who have responded by wire' with the It has.been discovered)--and it isn'ta and confined within company I i He i il inwBtigatiirgt i the possibilities t

< the. constant reconstruction of, advice that steps would be taken to recent discovery, either: -thst.J jhe tive 'insignificant limits. NAVY LEAGUE CONVENTION of establishing .packing houses in
fruit and make the sneeze is a menace to our neighbors. Florida.
-. our vegetable rate structurecan necessary corrections i n Therefore, use your handkerchief.. -
,
hardly be overestimated. Oneof ample time to preclude against the It expels the germs ofour. cold into -
the air. It scatters them ,+ Plans for sending stronge delegation Huge fur buttons' are a decorative
the paramount objects from its inception objectionable rates taking effect open gooo..oooooo..o.o :
the from Florida to the eleventh feature on suits and furs alike.
has been to arra.nge with the Potatoes and through_ surrounding_ square_ yard '
Cabbage In Hampers. 0
I u CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR annual convention of the Navy -
railroads for the publication of of atmosphere and if some innocent ---
Florida shippers should beware of 0 0 of the
League United States being
through rates to point of friend happens to be within the radius .. .... are
every any .0..000000.00000000.
making shipments of potatoes and worked out by Capt. J, H. Bland LA GRIPPE. AND FEVER CURED
hers ,
significance in the United States and cabbage in hampers under the impression of germ-laden spray, due to have The last issue of the Kissimmee of Jacksonville. The
convention is
Canada: so that the shippers may be : that the commodity rates are a cold, because you were careless. Valley Gazette contained a splendid' to be held in "Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my t

afforded the facilities BO essential to : still applicable, as there has brim a For it has also been discovered that article by Mrs. M. B. Little of the Ep- to 30, and it will Washington include a March visit 27 to husband of LaGrippe ancT Fever after #'

successful marketing and establish : general change in the rates on those you can't "catch cold" or an attack of : worth League. the doctor's medicine and other remedies -
in which
I Annapolis the
the
undeveloped sections. The salvationof the hamper. The package rates currently 'sitting in a draft of cool air nor from meetings was "Exterminate the Sa- be\ given all the activities,opportunity of of the witnessing Naval- LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla.

the Florida perishable industry, its applying on such light articles wet feet or clothing. The only possi- loon; Why?. How?" Christian Endeavor Academy.The Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.

productiveness of which is destined! to 1 as beans, peppers, cucumbers and lettuce ble way to acquire it is from some one stands for Christian citizen- list
who has already a choice lot of baccili of speakers for the convention The Outahie' That Doss !Net Affect The IliadBecause
increase twofold within a few years!, which are considerably higher, ship. How did our societies observe
is now being arranged by of 111 tonic and laxative effect. LAXA.T1VK .
is largely dependent thereon. In this ,,; will in future be assessed by the railroads or germs, which are scattered in the this temperance day used by world- the board of directors of the BROMO QUININKU better than ordinary
league.
in others the spray given off in coughing or sneez- Quinine and doe not cause nenrouanea nor
endeavor : over Endeavorers?
as
many in accordance with
changes
ringing In head.
An effort is to be made to have Remember the full name and
leugu-3 announces with much satisfaction -i I' which have just I been made in practically ing. In HI! 14 Florida Endeavorers of this I every "'ok lor the aicuture at H. W. CROVB. Z5+.

'*> that it has received commendablecooperation ,, all the tariffs. This advance, These germs do not retain their capacity white union gave about one thousand -- --------

of the Florida railwaysas I I i while to be regretted, has had the approval .for harm in live open air longer dollars to their sunshine work, the ooo ooOOO tO .to..ooooooooo o.ooo..ooo..

well as a number of their connections -' of the Interstate Commerce than a few seconds, perhaps a minute, Children's Home .Sol' ty. In 1915

and UK a result! is enabled to Commission in that it has decided in but in the throat where they were they gave less than $150. What are i CITRUS TREES AT

make announcement for the benefit of two cases that the hamper was not latched, or in your own, they have a we going to do in 1916( ? One good, ,

all those interested of the following ns substantial container for these splendid chance for a vigorous and I first chance is "Baby Week,"" March RIGHT PRICES

recent accomplishment*.: I l, commodities as those of standard barrels harmful career. 5-12th, with its .slogan, "Every Home 'i -

Kates to the Southwewl. ,: and barrel crates, also in use. Of course, you must! sneeze and 'less Baby in Florida, in a Good Baby- We sell the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Trees, as ,

On March :31 there will )become effective Complaints before the commission by 'ough-rou can't help it, and you less lIome." Cannot every societydo .t' fine .as can be found at low prices and guarantee them against death, J

n new tariff covering sates! on ('t'rtui.11OrthI'11. and western receivers must talk, and by all of these opera- II something this early March opportunity Y freeze and canker. We mean what we say, and our. guarantee is.good

citrus fruits, pineapples and vegetables were made in testimony therein tions of nature an infected spray is I, ? For full particulars. Baby ): as gold. Let us hear from you.
taken before the league establishedits expelled into the open air. If you have Week observance! write Mr. Fagg in
; to Arkansas Oklahoma and Texas I South
this Apopka Citrus Nurseries
traffic, department/ in consequence I a cold or other throat trouble, Jacksonville, or your sunshine C. E.
from Florida shipping points,
i
of. which no opportunity was' offered is the way and the only way by which "secretary here.. : OCOEE.UNcoRpoRAUD) FLORIDAMayLumberCo.
which arc ranged in such a simpleway '/
tji properly, present certain facts on 'it is spread. I Says the I'alatka News: Pomona O!.
us to be easily intoipieled) by the !behalf of Florida shippers to the commission I Now the handkerchief, or the proper Congregational workers recently hada .0..00..00..000..00..00..00..0.....
inilrojifi i agents and.! shippers and
whichit is thought would use of it, is the means of protectingothers Japanese tea. Decorations
which will prove a decided) advantage ( II were .... .. ... .. ... .
over the past complex "it ua t I/m. IfciUKare have prevented such adverse opinions I'to from ourselves. The impulse plum blossoms, bamboo, Japanese lanterns oII- oII- 11' ''' v- .. 11' ''' ..
as were rendered. The league has sneeze or cough comes without and parasols. The ladies wore
shown to approximately eighthundred '
/; this matter under investigation and it I wlIl'ningOftf'n and usually) it IK uncontrollable I gayly colored kimonos and served refreshments
points in these states, which
otnbiaoes one possible) of ileM'lopniciil is probnble a decision may IH reachedto i]: but we have time to turn of tea, cakes, ambrosia
every '
have the cases reopened or file one the heed in another direction and and salted nuts served on small ta .
: in to comThi.s ik>
years r' -
the culmination of persistent efforts anew.. away from those with whom we are, bles. In the evening the tea was Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
; Held Itox Rates. before the explosion comes. But the continued for the sake of those who
t of the league extending\ over a periodof !
j
" .I Among numerous other matters !surest and safest way is to smother could not attend in the day time. Such
two years, and was the first! traffic YELLOW PINE LUMBER
handled to an equitable conclusion is both in the handkerchief, and that's planning means work. We hope it
problem undertaken. It is here bene-
i 1 that of field box rates on fruit over the reason why we should always carry brought materially good results, for
; fitting to quote a brief synopsis.from the Atlantic Coast Line. The league it with us and within easy and Pomona workers, like those of other Shingles and Laths
the annual report of the league made
, finally prevailed on the officials of quick reach. It's not only an act of places, support their church.
.
in Tampa last April, viz.:
i that company to place an intermediate politeness, it's a necessary sanitary The Palm Beach Post told of a successful HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYAll
that has been
"This is a matter
y clause in its tariff, which has the precaution.In social in Jupiter recently, also .
i agitated for years, but we are still ask is let figure{ estimates.
effect! of discontinuing charging class the crowded church or theater or that Stuart anticipated an address on we ns OB your
without through rates on account of
itll'atiolrates from points not specifically lecture room or in the street car, "How to get the teachings of the Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
inability of the railroads to reach har- '
shown and instead the rate where people are in close formation, Bible into the Life of the People,"
monious understanding as to by whom
shown in the tariff from the next the handkerchief is the only protec- by Judge Matthews, who knows how Phone 21. Kissimmee Fla
r
. they will be published. We all know ,
I more distant point is used. It was tion, and he who does not use it is to do it. .
of the experienced insuccessfully
difficulty
1 stn" great discovered that some shippers were guilty of a moral offense' again his We are' needing news from Dal- -4 "'I:1 \."
marketing 'our products
_ being 'charged from 13 to 20 cents per neighbors and society.
; In that rapidly, developing southwestern
I I" box the to the packinghouses In this matter of disease transfer- -- -
J'rom. groves,
,
:: ,
and that'ou .
section apparently
\ ,
} .>i'_"' ;":whereas now the rates fare renoe we are'o r brother's keeper t
\
slow progress! has been due' to our L&
I complex rate-facilities: The railroads nominal*>nd. in harmony with others. I We can't escape the responsibility any ,._ at
easier than the brother however
The league also induced the Atlantic can
themselves admit inability to quote
Coast Line to change its practice ef distasteful it may be to him.. The

, through rates correctly at all time.s'l charging in excess of one cent per mutual l relations, of society, of its t
The simplicity of the rate arrangement ( MVL LI 7 w 1 1f
: from California has enabled : crate on empty field crates between members to each other, are inescap-
and packing points.To able. It is the accepted theory of
that state often to take orders which groves: if ......., '
medical science that tuberculosis,

.I our shippers should have had. The I I Drive Out Malaria typhoid fever, yellow fever, smallpox, ., \' "': When you are sick and send for a doctor you expect tl'' I i
league has been conducting an extensive And Build The lr :1 If
Up System malaria, even colds, bronchitis, lagrip- f I I IU II
( his medicine to health well relieve
restore as as
campaign during the past" four Take the Old Standard GROVE'S and other infectious ailments could \l your your

' months for publication of through TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know pe t ,t pain. If you make an investment you do not consider it a good I ; ,
be out from
wiped man
what are taking, as the formula is once among 1/1/
rat-ss in a simple way so that every- I printed you on every label, showing it is kind, they would be banished forever, one unless it ;yields a fair dividend as well as protecting its principal. i
one will be in a position determine Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
i I because the by which these
germs
rates when desired, and as a result we I The Quinine drives out malaria, the diseases are would bee Ally put the fertilizer of your groves and fields on a purely temporary I
transmitted It I
feel almost certain in saying to you It I. bon builds up the system SO cent. I basis? Why be satisfied with an increasing yield of one or two crops with + '

at this time that the laces will be t II
soil
no permanent addition to the fertility of the ? I
available for next season." I C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.

New Vegetable Kate I You can grow just as good crops, nt much less expense for fertilizer, and at

New tariffs on the Atlantic CoastLine I The Waters & Carson the same time gradually improve the soil for future yields.

: and Seaboard Air Line contain- I I| f ..r

to Ohio and Mississippi
rates on vegetables -

, river crossings!, northern, Why Not Use Fertilizers That Build Up the Land

southern, western and Canadian

f'f' effective points have on March been issued 15th. and At. requestof become Grocery Company As Well As Increase the Immediate Crop Yields? 1I 1

the league, every market of any I
; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
f-Mississippi I Nalursoirn, f finely ground natural phosphate, supplies phosphorus in combinationwit

& ._ _______________________ __nn__.:...____ I GROCERIESWE i lime in such form as i is readily made available by the methods of cultivationused

10 CENT "CASCARETS" by, any up-to-date fruit grower and farmer.

..
IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE Natursown will give just as good immediate

ti results as the more expensive commercial
0000040004400004 4 0044000 040 . .
f. Fer Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, 0 4 0 ORDINARY FE,4TILZEflSfertilizers! 1 and will leave in the soil a supply NATURSOWN t as

h: Sluggish Liver and Bowels-they 0 SELL: 0 0 WE BUY: 0 one years crop and nothing } of plant food for subsequent seasons. sauch increased yield the 1

f' work While You Sleep. 0 0 4 Used for few in succession it will
N a ;years fits and svsilabUplant
1't': HAY 0 0e more. permanent year,
..' O 4 HIDES 0 fertility added to !the soil build even a poor soil into a productive feed left in the soil
0 + .
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion 4 0 GRAIN O 0 FURS 0 Natursown is not an experiment. It has

Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches <00 FERTILIZERS 0 0 0
f. j d Mionstrated what it can do. We have
( 4f h
e i come from a torpid liver and 0 0 0 WOOL .
the facts and to substantiate all
bowels which 4 SHINGLES O 4 0 figures
clogged cause your '
0 4 AND O ,, claims. Let place these in '
our us your
W stomach to become filled with undi- ORANGE BOXES 0 0 .

gested food, which sours and ferments 0 0 ALL hands before you buy your fertilizer for

't like garbage in a swill barrel. That's 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 0 .' the season. A postal card request will

A _the first step to untold misery-: indigestion 0+ VEGETABLE CRATES O 0 .O COUNTRY r a bring you our booklet and full information.

foul} gases, bad breath, yellow 0 0 0 PRODUCE .

j. skin, mental fears, everything that is, 0 CRATE NAILS 0 Lakeland
Phosphate Company
i' : horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret 0 4 .
04040000000 . 00 0 0 00 . . 4 00 .
: tonight will give your constipated acv... "

'"t>owela a thorough cleansing and We sell field and garden seeds of aU Idndfc- I e LakelanT" .

straighten you out by morning. They Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. .) ;.. ,. -

work while you sleep-a 10-cent box Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. .

,ti"'', t from your druggist will keep yon feel- We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask M for circular aad pries Florid\

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;" The Kissimmec{ Valley. Gazette 20'%. On newspaper there; i is an ,advance of lOcpe'r justice and right-require.. no matter who i is woundedor' oOtOOO.: : i tOOO' I I : OOOOOOOO'OO.OOOtOOO'O'OO'OO.O': : : : : : : : : .: ': : .: _" .

1 100 Ibs., what powerful interest complains. There are

JI'I;, Also the following! 'advances' colored goods will newspaper whose blood runs pale and thin with a SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

} I'bII.b.d E..f'7 Friday.tE. be added to list prices1 before taking into'consiclera
cowardly opportunism arid
contemptible
r i I. aI.7 -i..u.! .JIIdi.g, K..I__...' F'.. sycophan: Ii Iit
tion the "Plus 20%. cy.. But men:who conduct write for honor. t
or an : ; '
.
I p I J 5% on all .colo.red envelopes I able ; Al'P{ 1
i* W. B. HAMKIS AND li G. VAIi..AGJ'lEW.! Oi .er.. journal would as soon- sign away .their soulsto 9S9E9I'rC9PY! _
I 10 all colored listed at I lOc lb. and ,
/ '* It. Ie. NAVGLEiC.U..r -aiid. MM.'a -*r.a ", % on papers I the devil a* sell their pens. or stifle the voice '
ies-s.. within I-O'MH o oo-ooooO'oOOO: 0..I 1

....".......... JSaICtOn. 5% on al colored envelopes. *' Editors Will-- Be Busy tonal profession 'living: irt, Osceola

Copy One Yrar _-__.,.----..............-.It BOOne 5% on all colored cardboard and bristols. : : f Thi8:9 meetiiigr of the Florida- county t.herewilt' be nothing left
) Copy. Mix Month ...._.......-.......,.. 1.00 FLORIDA GETTING PUBLICITY, j'ear's undone -.
Vn* Copy,! Three Month _.....--..........-.... ..111I From reliable :sources of information, we are led State Press Association at Kissimmee fir the entertainment of' the

to believe .that our country is facing a paper famine .-i ., will different from the wsual.pleasr 1 ; inen1'bers'nd their guests and all of
All communication, except from our authorized due to inability to secure materials and ingredients That Florida's at last coming'into-her'own in unless Is looking
raw ure jaunt and an extra day vs are foovard to. a --grand
l IMrreapondenla, must b* signed by the writer. I the .
of f national
I Rejected matter will not b* returned unless called. necessary in the manufacture of paper, matter publicity is' pr ven by scanning -.. tacked, on for entertainment we: type time in ApriT $anford Herald.

tor. .. and relief 'within the next few months' is very re-! the I columns of. newspapers, periodicals, etc., .vriter pounders", will' hot be a very -+-

.* mote. To.,ay the [teast. th c situation is serious. throughout the United 'States. In fact so widespread Treat !social burden oiv' the clever citizens President Wilson has been invited,
(Rn<* ed In the PojUofflce in Klfcslmmoa, Florida' :
has become this that
.>a econd-clai matter.) .. : : publicity neighboringstates of the progressive: "prairie town to: attend the annual meeting of the

'"FLORIDA'S GREATEST CHARITY"The are becoming jealous and are using the Florida ":n whjch\ our sessions/ are to be held.' .i Florid Press Association! in Kissim-.

FRIDAY MARCH. 3. 1916.Talk --',-- o' program as a spur to rge .their, own states to I States for ,{ imc, April 13-15 and the) Florida del.
i) the
meeting nnnounc-
ere I
II Children's Home Society of Florida witbJ.ea'dquarteti adopt some method of getting before the public. these' cgation in Congress is 'going to waifj
--d us April' 11.: 14 nii bulkheading. in Jacksonville has been referred to The following from the Mobile .(Ala.,) Register hree days we have to remodel the Ian 'his excellency in .a day or two and.

I J _: :__ . as "Florida's Greatest Charity," and (lie past history shows how Florida is exciting attention'and envy( npsoointicfn I adopt plans, tor a libel> try and $get him to accept .the invit(.

We'll have it some day. of this organization which is well-known lo among her sister states: 'law a free press can survive umler, lion. :rhe. PI'eM Association has

-: :- '" the people of Kissimmee and Osceola county, is J One seldom picks up one of the big weekly publications wotecl the interests cf> Uc; press in j Vice President .and Mrs. Marshall'as

The need is ever:.. apparent. evidence enough that this phrase is not erroneous. of this country without seeing some article several' directions" h-oni which insidious its guests two..years ago; now we can

-: : The Valley Gazette has been asked 'many times about Florida, soin advertisement of Florida's re- I attack has been and) is bc-injr jnadoly | be contented with nothing; 'short. of

Every visitor tees the. .plan in his mind's eye. lo give publicity to the various plans of the or- I! sources or some picture of a beautiful scene in 'j h politicians, and! .t take steps looking I the big: rhaese.-Palntka.News.

; ;- ganization and we have never refused. i I I Florida in -it. There is more of this sort of publicity townrd. 't he recognition aliroad .of the I .j. -

The sooner the work is started the sooner the From March 3to 12 has been designated as., going on this year than usual, for the reason members of the state nssoc4at ion. The Florida Press Association, has

city benefits' "Baby Week" by the society and it is hoped duringthe I that a bid is being made .for the, wealthy tourist ,sent an i'lvitatiofi to President Wilsonto
The South Florida] Press Association
,. ... _ : : I week to secure offers of homes for the three :,( travel that hitherto has gone to the Mediterranean !hiss. Mazed the for' :puvcralchanpes. attend the meeting of that body

i hundred or more homeless children who will be Riviera for its winter diversion. way which Vill be held at Kissimmee in
If do anything action from the ) Sufrjrestions the I liW-l
you can to get j ; on
in the of the institution this Apu'il.-Crs'sthl. River News
placed
t city council, don't fail-to do it. care year. I I Why can't: Mobile and, .the whole Gulf coast of laws have been made,! and others will
I While the object of "Baby Week" i is to I -<00-
secure responses -
Alabama Mississippi in this campaign -
-- : : get on follow. Tllf romniericial'; at its! own
rand ; z It is all '1I to
from people of-the slate who in position J very w invite Presi
are j of' ublac not let the Gentleman"
Why
"Country
Ask your favorite candidate for a seal' in the lo give one or more of-the babjesja home donations J> ,('XPl'I1hll... had an attorney! Wc>I'IdJ1i <1t'ntVII.on to. attend the meeting of
know thai have that is the
I' we an orange tll laws of Florid. ; the cili--
over und (
city council how he stands on the bulkhead question: of to on the work will also be received < ; I the Fill, ila I Press .Association i at K is-
money carry sweetest and most delicious of all climate
a -
I oranges tOI' of' this will' ha\e al>
paper nn jmm:,'"' in April. The- editors and nil
dining the week in amounts ranging from dol-
one
: ,that is perfection in winter and agricultural S t ::a,'t of all I I ]law*, tuiri-tlu-i with t (court
Florida i' winning, praise everywhere this winter. lar up. II is also hoped that enough \oluntary donations ''possibilities that jusl good lliote in Florida i I the ixst of Flol.i.lauul.1 I be lI1iKhtyI.'llid
are as 'as -
,opinion* on mooted (poi-it-. !ready( fur I t to sec,: :\1..i-. \Vilsou i I a-id I I his channiirg
The press of the East. North; and West 'j i is filled wilh will be re ei\ed duiing the week lo pay the ? -
.
good \word concerninglbe: ) pehllHul.1 tale as a opeialnm! expenses of the institution for the year. pivrntiitinn.Tin ) : wife. And It', nice, to bo told

place in wlucli lo spend the mister and most of t lie hose who cannot otter any rr( the babies a home The last 1 issue of the Manufacturers Record contains I Smith: I'loridii, m' rijy.t:
newspapers arc nol only calling: allcntiim lo the I should be able to gl' e a few dolla lo this great a number of page ads eitlcemilents paid for byI !-.> -uirtre.sts' tint II i law: !,., .s ',curedjirov \ will coiisui.| |' t the matter.: The

winter cI, nate. \but are clearing away I llic' popul.ir I dial ity. railroads adseiliMng Floiida as winter( resort and (' iiiihir' f"I.'l,' Oil II. ; .1.; -upplii'-I to Star" doulils.( Ih'\\.''''I., that (the preei 'I|- 4r

fancy lluit. (the summeis, here aic a celliing: infcino. Dining hi>l year 0-4 babies under one year of Florida's icsouices.Ve don'l begrudge our sislei 1 1 l'C'' purrha-i'il \\lwt.! : iku -"tnti1. \V"MoiiM d! 111 i hi-ai-s of ( lie inviU'tion.iiciila .-
I slate any of this publicity bul. we do begrudge the v" (ii- t.* ) f\it i ; hi !r ail, 1 Ivn r I that: I ) Star.
ha h/c that the ( climate
They \ e begun lo ic llond.i .- ape: and over 200 from one lo ihiee years of age:
fact that our own stale and :Mississippi' aie not getting law )pmxidi 1 foi -rlii'.lull in i>:n h .;,
unbeatable, either of winter.. referred the be
is summer !jw.ere to ( society for care and.to! .
it. ('''"'1.1)! iil'd" l'hi; lo I iriuli: "ii tlicsi' .111'1.0''mi' I nii'il di-t nit! of ()steila5
-; ; J placed in homes. It is expected that even ,mOl
I There should be some sort of cancelled action" schi-iluK'- I i ii if iii'tU'iiul, with 1 tinroinnv.siitimrs county: \ ill xoti, on a !?!'1.I.UOI.OI( ()() ( ( bom!1I.
childicn will under the of/ the -
,, The showing made l bv the Ki"'immec si hools in conic care institution I looking lo the development of our section as a winter I aIn what ,'on-I'lull--' "-|iii. (I." (Ittiiltl tj-ooil' I toads. and'! it i.spredicttd
this
:, competition with the s hools, 01( (Oran ge. l.a ke. V o- ,I year. and summer icsort and also of our lands and tin"lov .-st anil, 1".1' I.id., (' 'i'h,, ;a ( t t hat (Ih,' "I.MHwill ,';' p''m-v by.if.
Money! is tequned t to biing the babies to the
lusia and Semmolc the Uilando, fair i : ,
counties at i ia is what_ they will do when intelligently farmed. law is in furrc in Ii i d'ann: ami 1 haJ. ; a -. majoiity." I Only) $ $1IOUMI( () ( ) ( ()
i I ,, to for them until,) homes secured
tribute to the careful and painstaking labors of 'ine. care ale :: ,
1,1'. for lif"11 Will lillllil !Ci Illlles of good loads
---- -- -- -?" |i yc'iirAnother : 11H..h'I' \
..' Prof. R. !M L\ an'. head of the I local school, who and to I place them where I hey will be piotcctediand J and. the. . ,! .
lli.t
BEGINNING OR STOPPING "iigi.'t--t/ "' i i ; no nrapi \\ - riiunly pcopproper,
I : planned the \\ 01 k lui llic cxhibil. and Ins coips olleaclieis. educa I ed.Vednesday. will 1110'. ,aliout, -Ih"d of the
I e't ]> I' I 1.-- than a > 'I';'"'i] .01.1. ami "" """ ( \ 11I1 -
\ of "Baby Week" has been aside
F'rof. HvaiK hard- '' -
1 is. a conscientious Beginning life wisdom/ joy. and nvw-p.ipir' not .l1l..1| .i .,.1 l 1"1"1..',, ten-s) | (to |1'\ iiinl will ne\er k'lo\
woiking and school, head I lie as "Tag: Day" for the benefit' the cause Arrangements a power progress :- .
competent is a ,
price-I \\ithin tin-. \\.uh; w IH-M 1\\" '. it Shall
number of things. The Independent wholly cmnlj t \in I II anjiaxiug) wo
less the : should be made for a "Tag Day" to 1 beheld means slopping: a -
of of Kissimmee and
public servant city no with good i j", published!, hall) I In i ''nisiiU.ml; | a hiiMgutid m .'a.t'I: ,h'miiStumid-
peuodical thought
praise honor conferred him be in every cily of the state. I'' a many
or can too
upon -hii'lc) for legal) advc-i-li-vini-nts. That ard.
these short basis
much in to the benefits which hae been : suggests stops as a : .. -
comparison I idi-a that should} ) :
I ASA Ift ) )ixeen: m-
derived from his labors in our schools. GOLF WINTER ATTRACTION I Stop talking learn lo speak only in such a way corporatcd i in the I laws
-. that you !and your friends will somehow profit there- "Florida I Piess .Association which
associatiiin
'oi,1 -
d-cudt.i a|"0. The '( 1 qualification I i' -
Colonel' A. Hunter that adda
I Marry by.
suggests we
The Si. Petersburg Times is using a last year'scalendar :' ( mentioned 1 is the} fundamental meets at Kissimmee April
boost for golf links to our slogan of "bulkhead. Slop worrying-when can handle the I 1-1.. has }
presentas telegiiiphed invitation to
you an
or the editor is a bit twisted on the 1916 I principle of a real newspaper.As ,
The t two go hand in hand, he says and we agree well God will handle the future will .
date finder. lie writes the following screed con- | as you I to the amending of the !Bryan \VoodrowVilsoitto attend, the nset'j.-
(with him. The work he has already done to gieI laugh at worries.Stopssishinga in/ '. It he that :Mr.,
xcerning the dates of the Press Ascsociation meetingin your law so as to enablecandidate.* to /! may I Wilsonts: en-
Kissimmee: I'I Kissimmee the fine nine-hole course which is now j wish is a confession of weakness. I sp.-nd I more money in the newspapers, ': J'a 'I'I11'l1twill(I not ,permit him i to attend -

I so popular at ihe Kissimmee Golf Club, entitles Want what you want hard enough to get it, or. feel I we ha\ e nothing to !Politicians but we'll dale say if h'.- 'should
The executive committee of the Florida Press say. "
him to a rising vote of thanks from the whole I .
I superior to the need. framed t that law and it is to them.If come hell comenearer being in the ,,.-
Association which met at Orlando last week up
: to Let's add I
of the
population city. hip-hip-hooray
a I Stop criticising-'only an ass wastes ini hands of editorwho" his friends
: ariange for the annual meeting seems to have l prepared for ColonelHunler and the golf I energy I they want to -pend money' in the zip''e
course. braying. while i here I than should I,1 he
; I i new S it is to them to amend! .1It1ellll I t any
V the that papel up
a frame-up on fraternity may createas But this it is well remark that '
at to
just point
I
i Stop hesitating is the plunger who lo the : 'other tate association
much furore them thai frame- goes that law, (hut the candidate for offi" )press in the
4' among as alleged | through a deal closed this ,week some eighty acres bottom of things. And whether gold or mud is at who comes, l to the Commercial I Wllh.1''country. I 'it'Soto County News
of the Democratic committee's did. .It looks like I
up I will be !added to the golf course and it is not improbable the bottom, the man who has .found it rests. the plc-a that his expenditure in thenewpapers I --
nothing more nor less than a put up job to get all that one of the finest courses in the state Slop imitating real ruby is worth more than I <---o------: )o->:-
i is limited I by law, that he
: the newspaper men and women of the state together will be ready for the winter visitors next I .5,
year. artificial diamond. I
1' and them church. The an would i-ike to spend more money that \\:0 STATE niKSS:
compel to go..to There is.no other single amusement which has taken COMMENT <00I
Slop idling-eilher work, or play or sleep or
but he can't because of the law !
meeting, which is to be held in Kissimmee. Is way <00
set
such grip the American public. Almost everybody I
a upon travel in short make rest period a thingof
: even your that he does not believe in that law "k"----
by the committee
r President
according to Codring- .it playing golf and hundreds of those, who ambition ..volition '
I, tons paper for April 13. 14 and 15., the last date once ridiculed the game'as lacking in the elementsof. Stop hurrying-when system.you.teach. brain'oulrun to and will we please run about two :Newspaper.Kcports' Must be Guarded.
your columns oft readings-matter for 1
being St. Times. ,
Sunday.- Petersburg !; true sport, are now ardent devotees. The. game will '*' '' Now that the of
your body your body slay quiet.; ,. < ., I 4.4 rulings the upremejpcrt -
Look, g in" Straub,', and ;you'll find k1he lastdayof fascinating, health-givjng and j is played in God's "i' At the end of its wise'wordsmany ofwhh, 'ire 1 .and hinsfree-ajpriee.toanyoneetse$1 thls < tne' t'al\didati; ; ...,, ] are such that they extend ,
convention is' \ iI"'''' >"'" "" ""'' '',"" .' .' ' .'' ," 1'I?:": ha.ne'er'uit
the Saturday\W'.111I'1I: out-of-doors '' '
great i omitted because lack of. space-the writer-'addsl'ili.1II} rd !Haf publicfproteetSfa uistifthe ajpatej-nalj !!nfluenogjv.over. the people .

: :- But before we finish this .bit of patter on golf "If you have done all these things, and whateverelse law and has. never turned his hand. to aml.'Chevpre88bf: the state to such fin .

WI CRUISING IN FLORIDA I.it must be said that there is another worshipper at occurs in the doing. then look for a chance to rescind the law-well, he doesn't. pet extent that news of vital interest

:- the golf shrine, who rivals Colonel Hunter if, indeed i help somebody who is down, lift a burden that has the two columns. must be 1 kept' from the columns! of the ,

Florida's inland waterways are being given attention he does nol surpass him in his devotion; to the grown too heavy, whisper a word of love and sym-- But whatever action i itaken at newpap' -1', or the publishers thereof

in many maga1 nes at this period of the plan to make Kissimmee the golf headquarters of palhy to the lonely, the forlorn. the misunderstood.For I Kic-immee there I is. fiiouph business guiltyof lese mllje ly-- it will he

year. The delights of a cruise in Florida during the winter tisilors. That man is L. A. Hamilton of the sad and poor and helpless can mosl appre- to la't through all the sessions for common/ to mint(,.' in the Florida press

winter months or at any season of the year are Canada who has given nol only of his acres bul ciate and will most bless the prompt 'and generou I the full three day: ,.. let 1 u,. hope. that.urtiile-. running/: about like this:

being told to the people of all sections of the his time. money and labor to make (he course what nature of The Man Who Acts." I we \.1 I ill 1 co nu-' away from. Kissimnuemembers "'I lie. case of l\1-y l J-- .s is bell -

country. One of the latest of these articles is that it is today. To him also should be given a hearty j Somehow, we believe thai by turning this advice of an organization that -veil t to ha\e come up i in court 'e"-

i by George W. Sullon. Jr.. on "Motorboats Warlike great big thank you. lop-s de ip. quicker and heller results would be really means something for ea;< h of terd.iy In fine Judge T- n, and

;: and Otherwise," which appeared in the March num- Here's to you Messrs. .Hamilton and Hunter may gained" says the Savannah Press. in comment up- us ai.d for the 'tate "f "Florida" a.whole. .- a was In.aid, I by, everyone who could

f ber of "Vanity Fair." In reference to Florida, he I your fondest hopes be realized and may Kissimmee on these "short stops." "It is when the new sap I t :.-- |.fc'.t burg Commercial.. imwd I into t the courtroom. :M-v

rival Bellaiie the winter for the thai the old leaves of habil .' i is
says: soon as mecca great springs in the tree drop : it currently stated on the

I Cruising{ is not only a summer pastime. Rightnow I army of golfists. . ]I II I to the ground. Begin: by living. (foi God and the PHK.-.S: : "ti.i..i': ; KISSI.MMKKTh : ) stint i is .suing!: her li- -d.1 T- -

.
there are hundreds of northern families dallyJ things: you would stop will no longer hold you. } Florida, Prop's A-sociatiun( will .1.' -'. for" a divoice, and it I is alleged

WHAT ANDWHY- A NEWSPAPER? 1 When looking for chances to and I" I I that( i (th! ,. j ,
ing Iheir days away among the Florida bayous in you are .serve niei't'in I N i --i mmcc in: annual ..n. (testimony( was om.'-

delightful forgetfulness of hlnrards, and such. I : j cheer others the lesson of eliminating bad habits vcritioii Thur-day. "rillaand Sat ur- (lug li-rce. It is ,not within the -

: Ponce de Leon 'had tire light. idea. I He was bul the We feel \ery strongly upon the "what and why"I seems lo learn itself for you. It's belter to slop proMiice of this- paper" (to mIsses' t that

precursor of horde. of while 'men who have bored I of newspapers We believe thai they are a power 'slopping and to start beginning." day. April I :. 1 I and 1 I-I. The pro- :Mis. s h I II! i n:1" 1111111"01118 eo-
'
r--' into the tangled wild of the Semmole's country than which -there is no greater in the developmenl I .-- 'grnm, will,f! I."- made public, <; in ;; fewciis i icsponiN( ill nor i is it ,possible t to declare -

seeking the Elixir of Youth and finding. instead I commercial or otherwise of f a community.'e be- i FLORIDA NEWSPAPERSI and this meeting pr
4 I heve that enlilled the and I .oiH' of the lug ("\ ('nt, in Ih,' il-tm-v of rabidly.ciiied I i t I .
' nepenthe. F.ach year the army. Or rather. the navy I they are to respect support I i I I>y I the prosecution.Attorney I ,

of refugees from the ice-tortured north has grown. |I of ihe communities in which (they are pubhsh- I I have frequently said that ihe newspapers of 'th\l} association. With Pre-iile-it' (Cod 1 t t .1. E.V: -_ --nor even

I ed. Because do feel strongly this question IruiKton'.mil hi' al!>1 1-1' c\ecuti\e -lat. I tliat _____
Cruising in a motorboat in Florida one finds tran- we so on Florida as a whole were way above the average: as con.'inittec ; Attorney" II. I I.. l H y

quihty of soul and mind. :I we are always pleased to read the thoughts: oflolhen ,compared to those of other stales. That others, tin numberanil the "'""Itol', did, 'll1t., nimii.ig on high to prose'

I along this line. When such' thouimts! ;jto Ki.s-iniincc'" am i' promisednmething hi-" ,client tI,..
$5 The Florida ri> ers are shallaw. The millionaire's I we see better able to judge, have ihe same opinion. i ii is husband. to be as
r steam yacht cannot negotiate them. So he wends expressed we want lo pass them along to our readers. i vouched for in the following statement made to (the idItf'I't"l aad: l this nu>eting, / will be a I guilt! !c-- of the) offense proved! against

T them in a motor houseboat" equipped wilh all the : For thai reason we are printing herewith two Rotary Club of Tampa by Richard H. Edmonds editor -!good On('. The good people' .. ;of 'Kis. him as i n is a giapejuicc' ) dove perched}

'?' J, short editorials from Contemporaries. I '-ifliiie'e au- noted fOI' their ho-pitality" on. (the of .
'i fussy luxuries of his Fi'fhl Avenue palace and twice of the Manfaclu rs' Record : )plow a neacp nersuader.
The Winter Garden Times says : I land the iness /!'anwill/ I ]lea\e< t th.t... The alleged : the
the seaworthiness Men of moderate means have I I "I have often marveled at the strength and ac- attorneys, as w.cll I as t
A is in no sense a child of charily. |city with the satislfed feeling that alii( /ged I \ ml
found that they can take their families cruising in newspaper iliMly and :virility and enterprise of the newspapers \ nesses, played this alleged
i_. Florida and spend less money than they Would :' It earns twice over every dollar it receives and it is ]!I of Florida in comparison with papers of 'olher towns they has (' been in the house of then( case for all there, was in it--nnd

F' spend' staying' at home. 1 I second to no enterprise in contributing lo the up- and cities of equal population. I have been amazed | .friends. KMIJeditor: in. the state'make I the alleged! jury turned out an alleged,
.hould .
I building of a'community. Its far \ his arrangements to heat \ 'i-dnt.. t ,
: : patrons reap more t i: many times nol only al ihe size of many Florida papers whiih this paper) will print a<
..
benefits from its than its publishers and in ( Kissinnnee i on the aMljve datev.The ( alleged(
i pages i j I bul at the splendid character of every' feature ; news in a week or twooi'jtii't
PAPER PRICES GO SOARINGIf I I' calling for the support of ihe community in which | from editorial lo news especially considering the meeting" ( ; / is nrvangpcl with the idea asor as t the alleged judge Wilt

: it is published, it asks for no more than in all fairness I limited population of ihe towns and cities in which that the touri-ts... will nn4 keej" the /get bis alleged! mind made up as to
you base any use for stationery or printed it generally it receives'' newspaper, lii'Iifl busy as m the
belongs to although they are ;alleged decision.Palm
Ueachi
and of the I (10
they are published slate at large.
matter of kind the time : lit 1he ,,
any now is to order il. i Ivight r the season and Post.
j April
less.The not believe there is any other stale in the Union of I '
Paper prices are soaring. Luckily (he Valley I Philadelphia Public Ledger says : Ii will allow the oxerwciked! edftoiof --:-
which show such.
-
equal population can splendid
.
Gazelle
Job Department has a large slock of tc.urist cities to .
ntteiul the )
paper I The newspaper merely asks the same recognition work and such live meeting. i ADVKKTISKI lEi"rERsAu .
on hand and will be able for some lime to sell newspaper aggressive newspapers A 1'\ i II i i.- also one of thu months ,i
live that
1of the right lo live and let it freely concedes j I when
this of Florida. I
this
-
as stale am not saying I
stationery and other printed matter at the rates ..Florida js at her, llcst .
und ,
I to every one of its readers. It does not seek all]] Ih.().(-
which have with any thought of fulsome praise ; il is merely (the : I \ -i tist'ui list for the two weeks '
prevailed heretofore. who
when this wish ,
Jbvt
to ;
(10 take iheir daily bread out of iheir mouths, to rob ; linger in the .state will
' of conviction which-has held ('lIduIK11I1'I'h:
stock is exhausted prices are bound to advance. II i expression long been in be, wet('onims. Our northern I it:!. 1916! :
them of their lives of brethren
Notices a good name to deprive my office and often discussed there. : Hilnic-, :Mr.,. I'hilie Caldwell Thos
f. of increase in paper prices are coming can come to Florida ; ,
at that
and It like friends but for time
I I happiness light. would I also
in "These papers bespeak the exceptionally high average ((2)) ; Cook, Ceo.; ; Collan, S. E.
As Crowe
, daily. a sample of the information sent out I and and many of the big of the ;
the trulh's sake it must incur enemities now men '
profession :Mrs.
the 'of intelligence of the people of this state Minnie ; ('owe] Mrs. J. H.
, by wholesale paper dealers read the following north and south ) ;
then. In taking ides important public questions are expectedat I
on )
Dickson
which makes such bespeak Aaron
publications possible. They
Felix
; received this week from one of Companies. of the meeting. President Wilson ; A. J.; Finch
5 it must inevitably run counter at times to the be- has John
the of the business whose ad-
enterprise men ; Gardner II. H.
which purchase stock. It is follows been invited ; Gorden, Miss
we as : to the
liefs and the wishes of tbose wilh whom it is painto grace occasion and
Adalia
4 vertisements must pay from the direct or the indirect I ; Rambits, Miss Etha
Since notie-cvof advances in under date altogether Snyder
our prices ; the Kissimmee. ;
disagree. But new'paper has duty to its meet will .
a a ;
of February 3rd C'916)' ) from mills point oT view, or else they would not be continued mark Miss Viola; Smith Mrs. Sarah L"
: ( quotations readers that i is above personalities, or partisanship, an epoch in the Florida Press Smith
from to and they also give an indicationof i Miss L. T. .
year year Mi
have again advanced. We Association. With ; Trowbrfdge,
withdraw
are compelled to Will "
selfish consideration and that duty to the Harris E. E.
or ,
any what the future of Florida is be with such Jessie
; Walker
.' all and until tc papers Naugle, Will I Mrs. Ellanor VMS' "'
i- previous quotation further notice reader i is one and the sani'e thing with'the obligation t Crawford, Vans Agnewi ; t
jwill all order basis of UST PRICE PLUS j and such people leading it onward and up- Stonewall Jackson ; ren. Lawrence; Whitney, Miss Ruby;
: accept on '
when Triplett
tift. to be fearless and to be true to smite hard ward." Claude Willinor Mrs. .
Emily
I _;. Johnson and many others of the I
1 \ cdi-.. B. B. Simpson- SW Postmaster I-


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Ethel Flint.,. Mary Nautfc, Feri pl. "!' ,-

' ; 1i; Minx Emma .B, Quirk Ethel Joiner 11i jr ( _ _ _ ( .I .A I
Lena
St. Cloud Departm.entI' Loveririe Tyson( ,. Muriel Davis,
Driggers, Zelma Benjamin! Nellie Gilbert ,

. Aileen Bradley., Jewel Miller.
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; Second 'Grade A.
AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN {
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,! Elizabeth:! O'Cerry, Geraldine Les- GRANb IIII
I' : SPECIAL. CORRESPONDENT I l Iqy Sarah Rexford. Wayne Walling, I I III aAaln I I I III
.. ,--..,.. Ice o utveunoto ,
Ii:)'. I Arvilla Fanaler,,,Ellen Coleman), Fred
'. = Gilbert Theresa Audrey nrrssusoN '
.Mrs. Labor ,Farris entertained"The: Rev. W, L. Hackett! was a Kissim- Brpnson FtwavNa
I Clark Ruby Driggers, Mamie Lee / JCOLOHftuSUOUI
'i"; ladies of.t.M day and night 500. club I me'e visitor on Tuesday; Johns, Dore ,a White, Seraflno Finac- INdAWt O N/IAT/ n
*21 i- on Tuesday' afternoon. Mr. and Mrs'H. C. ,Durborow,who chalro Elmer Hultquist, RufuS Suhl, is
' ..Ie Mr; and Mrs. Darbaker arrived hereon have been visiting Mr. and:Mrs. G. S. Waller. I5VC
.
Battle Mae Lillie
Snyder I
.. 'Tuesday evening They. are' from : Burtner will leave for their 'home in / (YANSVRII I 1'
oInLL
near Pittsburgh, Pa. They.have spent: Indianapolis Ind., on Friday." Second Grade-B. : '
;,;. several winters in St. Cloud and theirs The St. Cloud news stand caughtfire Clinton Bur Glenn Benjamin,-Mel- \ MEMPHIS nasnv l{! AT ANTS I

+ .... many friends' are glad to see themi on, Monday-fronva: gasoline stove vin Johnson, Nicholas Biosener!: .Don \II RMIN HAM I
r back. I I II and ProT. Lynch was burned in trying Oliver, Henry Tison, Lewis: Lamb, ,Hazel '
I; i I Bass Dorothy Bullock, Roseola' INCWOIUCANS IIIII
--\ Mrs. Hiram Alberts and son, to put the fire out. I
I \'George, who have been spending thea The Baptist people are holding Cooper Helen Chapman Calh-orinft : ::t t1 I
vival services in their church this Denning,' Doris Davis, Vivian Floyd ',II JACKSONVILLE ?
vinter here, left on Wednesday morn I ,I Iil
Rosina Finocchajro, Julia IJl'dbet.t.er.Christine "\\1 \\1 I

j|j-', ing Minn.for their home at Pine Island, week.Ir. Carmine, the district superintendent May.Beatrice Ollar, Tina 11,1 il\,\ Iii1'I!,:,)' Best Ro ute.from Florid I III
Schilder E. Lane Stevens, Elon Tiner :
. hold will be here-and preach in the :
!*: The P. O. S. of A. will a meeting I
I and organize: in Odd Fellows hall} \ M. E. church Friday evening and the Harry. Woedall. :\ 1IIIIIjli( I\11 to f i five-sixths ,of the Union
on Wednesday evening. quarterly conferen will be held at Third Grade-.\. II 1I\,,

', The Odd Fellows held a box cocial the olose of the preaching service. Arthur Flint, Arthur Donegan Ar- Ii jlliW lid Wherever you may want to go oand f Enservice d Pittsburgh the Louisville and
and masquerade on ,Tuesday eveningin Rev. Christman and Major -McAr- thur Bullock, Herbert Wilson, Margaret II Nashville R. R. offers the scheduleswest theBuffalo .
Rebeka'hMiller \ r '
Cosens Katie Hertzel
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their hall. About 200 were pres thur were having a religious agru- Eunice Rivers Helen Winm r Through t service to Chicago,St.Louis,Cincinnati.Cleveland/Louisville Indianapolis Grand 1 .f
ent. The first ladies', prize for the ment on Wednesday and the major Grade B. Rapids, Memphis Nashville Atlanta Birmingham Montgomery, New Orleans the gateway y
best make-irp, was won by Mrs..Clara dominoed.Mr. Third cities qf the North and West, from Jacksonville the gateway to Florida. '
who was dressed to repre- and Mrs, Stillwell moved into ,. Mary Coleman, Mary Harper Kimbrough' Convenient connections t
Feathers
of
Oliver, Mary Ella Stroup at one or more the above points for California and other Pacific
sent the three links,' and Mr. liar- the Alberta house on Illinois avenue Ruth Starling Elsie Welch,. Louise Coast points; for Denver Kansas City.Omaha and other cities of the Western plains; Minneapolis t '
grave the man's prize, who was dress- and Eleventh street. Young Willie Gilbert Eustis Peaks St. Paul,'Winnipeg and all the great Northwest; for Toronto and other Canadian points.
Pan Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, of Orlando,
ed as a cow boy, representing Frankie Tyner, Ralph Schilder, Ros- DAILY ) The Southland-leaves Jacksonville 8:20 P.M.-arrlv.s: Chicago 7:45 A.|M.
G. Clark.
her friend Mrs. 3
Handle Pete. A good time was had is visiting TRAINS} Dixie Flyer M II 8:30 P.M.- II 7:03AM.
coe Tyner, Irvin Driggers. TO .
by all present. Mrs. Grace Ashton is quite ill at D'al.l.lmlted" t:35A.M.- a 5:55P.M.
Fourth Grade A.: DAILY TRAINS ) Dixie Llmlted". M
of 2' l:35A M.n St. Louis
this
All the people from the state writing. 2:59 P. M.
Hansel) Fred TO ST. LOUISSt.. Louis Express ** SUOP.M. "
Leo Canova, Carrie .
held meeting in the G. A. Mr. and .....rs. Goodwin spent Wednesday (40A.M.
Michigan K hall: on Wednesday a where: a bountiful in Orlando.: Lupfer, Katherine Miller Marie Og- 3 DAILY TRAINS TO NEW ORLEANS-! .. Jacksonville 8 JO A. M.; 5:00 P. M.| 8:20 P.M.

dinner was served, and in the afternoon A. S. Nelson, who has been vislti- ram, Nellie Yaylor, Isabel Tyner. Service Scenery<< Satisfaction
a' ing extensively through: Kansas butis Fourth Grade-B. ta :
interesting program Choice of route and
very many numerous .nary unsurpassed. Running .
Fan- through the In.r
St. Helen Schmidt, Madge Rivers, most
'It. was carried out. i! a resident of Kisnimmee, was a **) room observation and compartment tereiting portion of the South, the _
Cordelia ::::::::\.
nie Seymour May Winn
Tuesday. cars. Modern steel coachei. Louisville and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Warner, Mr. Cloud visitor on I.teepin" Nashville traverses)
and Mrs. John F. Daniels motored to. 'n. L. Rice, of Washington, D. C., Ledbetter, Fred Evans, Eldridge Harris I r- '.I All meals in L.&N.diners mountains and valleys:fields 'ra
I and good meal, no better of ,
for R. D. Thomas. < cotton corn and tobacco 1
in St. Cloud Thursday ..
Meat- arrived on
Formosa on Sunday to see Mrs. | Fifth Grade A. h anywhere. Al1-steel, electricaa well as the famous Ken- .
yard Mrs..ruyjiels' mother, who is ill a few days. (JJ, 'r ally lighted cars. tucky blue-grass meadowi. "1
nt that p\nvfr\ I Mrs. F. C. Gilbert is at Tampa with Johnnie Bronson, Gladys Calkins, The road of courtetle, The Louisville and Nashville
Miss Ruth Wjlio! entertained the her sister, Mrs. Urban May who hasa Una Herman, Cora Rutherford, Wini- C t makes the attractive way North and West the one most iI iIIIII'
I daughter. fred Denning, Eva Sessions, Rita comfortable and convenient Its representative endeavor \
tOO club on Tuesday evening young Brice Nash. ,, make the journey of every passenger a source of. toIIII IIJI

------- -- - -- --------------------------------------------------------------- Fifth Grade-B. F.r Soh.dul... R...rvtlena' .to., .......*. illllll I I

-:-:. :-:-:-:-:.- -:-: :-:-:-:-:-:- -: >->> I|I Bout Course club, which are twenty Zelma Bronson, Blanche Mueller, H. C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent n i tf U |
:- flat wide at watr level, and five feet Grace Lester, Nellie Woodall." ''I'II' 134 W. Bay street, Jacksonville Florida /LABsSPPK WK. "l(| '
-:. I. A 1 Ii Ell.A t'l L TON deep. The Lake Hamilton Board of Sixth Grade; A. I II
4: POI.K) ("Ol':>;TY Trade is making plans! to have this Velma Hudson Lucy Lupfor, ElizaBeth II I e

: at I I canal excavated to meet the standard, I II Parker, EU-'may'Luhl. I .
w}ri 6.56: Wr'r}'rrv II --- -
<- S4G{: 'n-S: -: of the Boat Course club. 'All Lake Sixth Grade K.
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of the Board of Hamilton is the largest luke on the Vera Johnson, Dorothy Miller, Ruby', "I
At n meeting Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. LBcy.n, Vice: Pres. J. L. Barber, ec'y.lrew; .
Trade Saturday evening, a special or- entire course, and the only lake I suitable Oliver, Robert Calkins. i J v &tJ-r 4 AJ4 !
der of business was malof the I for boat races, yacht regatta,, Eighth Grade A. 1 ,

Twenty Lakes Bout Course club mat etc., and as Lake Hamilton has no Miriam Munger, Edith Miller, Mm- I ,

ter. Mr. Lucurnus Burns of Winter I safe, harbor on the east side I especially kie Gardner Percie Oliver, Cornelia . COME HERE

Haven Fla., the president of the I it it very important that there! be Lancaster, Mamie Pilley\ Grace Eleanor g> ( ,." I
Twenty Lakes Boat Course club, was a canal into Lake Sara, which is deepand I Graves, Lenore VanDuzer, Elmo S& FOR PICNIC:

to have IwcTi here, but was unavoidably safe I and large and well protected. I Griffin.. I .- .j DELICACIES ,
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'4'I detained! so Mr. Miller, the secretary I :For these reasons, also, there will Eighth Grade; -Ii. Bryan Realty Company
of the club, came instead and be an excellent location near here fora I ,. Freda Schweikart, Alberta Anderson -' i ,

explained the plans" organization and I club house. Besides, with the changeof Jessie Bowen, Margaret Kenton ... I Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, '.
of the enterprise. The canals this branch railway into a main Myrtes Whidden Ethel Johnson.
will purposes make a waterway over twenty i trunk line, which will probably be almost High School Honor Roll. I i Opposite Graystone Hotel

miles long,' on the most direct line, as soon as the boat course is Ninth Grade uw and with the lake shores and waterWays finished to this point, this will be a Carolyn Fripp Henry Edwards.

: opened up, the length will be very important station on the canal Tenth Grade. cvrwWe've
four or five times that distance. The route, as !here will be the railway Ruth Howell Christine' Ivey. vN. .
work of excavating canals is now connection for the main line, and Eleventh Grade. !: .....- "!' .%L._. = Orange Groves Timber ands.. We Pay Taxes far NonresiCattk -
nearly half done, and the dredge began transfers made here of passengers Manie Witherspoon. Ranches, Country and .Ments and Act as Owner's
at the opposite end'x>f the course from the railway to the boats and the Twelfth Grade. the most DELICI- City Property Agents for Rental Property.:

., and is working this way, and-is now reverse. Passengers will bo able to Frank Calkins, Celeste Moseley, OUS COLD HAM and other

,.". at Winter Haven. Beyond Winter come* this far by rail without changeof Parah Clark, Dollie Alford, Helen 'meats suitable for lunch basket -. __ -- __ -- -----.J ,;

.."'.:' Haven the course goes through Eagle cars, and transfer here to the boats Bass Kathleen Bearden Marie Boyd now that you sometimes = .'i !
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4 .d'j '.;"Lake and Eloise. It is planned to connect and.go on to Winter Haven'and''otherpoints Grace. Winn.. ".<, "'.,.-. j; "". '" .- . don't want to have a fire in > < '
other l lakes in the future'also.to along. the canal route. This '' '
Lake Alfred, and possibly to Haines will make Lake Hamilton an important More than 14,255,000 cigars were the kitchen stove. We use. The e Y'es'of the worldare

City in the course of time. The clubis junction point. A large audience shipped rom Tampa'laat year 5,200- EXTREME CARE in preparing -
It careful attention to Mr. 000 ove the amount shipped a year these and
a. non-profit organization. pro- gave very meats they
I poses to operate its own line of pas- Miller's clear and interesting talk on ago. JTheState are SCRUPULOUSLY the who
senger and freight boats daily over the canal matter, and showed their CLEAN. on man .
the route. There will be two locks in interest by many questions after his Federation of Labor held I I
the canals between Lake Hamiltonand main talk was over. Mr. Miller remarked its sixteenth annual convention at PHONE 44
Winter Haven. These locks are that if the men here turn out Tampa last week. Samuel Gompers

to be thirty-five feet long and twelve to attend to these public matters of presided.The CITY MARKET
feet wide. They -wi'l! be .located as importance in Lake Hamilton as they
follows: Lock No.1. between lakes did last Saturday evening.:, it will be Dunedin Yacht Club hare a SAVESAUSE
Fanny and Smart four and a half impossible that Lake Hamilton will large dredge busy digging a yacht :
the beat basin in front of their beautiful club
muse west of Lake Hamilton and soon be other than one of

lock No. 2, between lakes Conie and towns in south Florida. building. I.Ylcontl-c to the Pate _II Sickly: '

+ Hartridge, about two miles further Mrs.; Ella M. Jones returned to her Tw 01.4.ata..rd aea.rsl .tr.aalbeataa toale.TAATHUiaa .
west. There is already a canal which home in Bloomington, Ind., Monday "Magpie" stitching is very good oaovx a chill. .TONIC. ,drive.out
etalarla.earlcan Ibc blood dt ll4> *-
connects Lake Sara in the townsiteof going by way of Louisville Ky., form on gray doeskin gloves. t..L, A tnM Umic. Fat adntu cad : ::.. Me for moment ,

"Lake Hamilton with Lake Hamil where she will stop on business.Mr. ,-_. i young man

ton. This can, at a comparatively and Mrs. William Stillwell have a thought to self. The
, small cost, be put to the specifications returned from a visit to Punta Gorda, := .

y II of the canals of the Twenty Lakes problems that confront you now, or
Fla.Mr.
_. Kincaid has returned from a', '
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trip to Punta Gorda, Fla. r :::::: will a, ,few years hence.
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MGEORGIA MAN IS I A garage is to be built at once on .
will NEVER
.This enterprise
new
I Main street. Look about you-the men of affair in country, slate, aation-yet,
f RESCUED IN TIME he run by Messrs. J. Red. Ramsay in the world are the mea who started to tare early in life.
und J. 11. Craig, both of this city. An

n Resident of Woodstock Finds. Himself I Automobile livery will be run in con- I your account at the bank. An over- They have the respect and confidence of the community.

!" Restored After Hm Physicians i nection. draft is of liusi- ;
I usually a sign poor
I .' Failed.T. I Hans are being developed to put! I Then look on the other .ide-at lbe fellow who spend all tk<
'I 3, Woodstock. A. Lewis,.,. Ga.who, lives was the out victim on Route of clay on the streets in town soon. I ( ness methods and injures credit The make-they may hare a good time fur a while, but want does. finis:

stomach troubles for a long time. He' --- Citizens! Bank of Kissimmee invitesu..count.s personality reflect? .
: tried the treatments of many doctors.I I ...o"O" '<-<+: :-: : : "":-: -:" I
III lie tried all sorts of remedies. I I subject to check (large or A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the

handicap : I' o'- HONOR ROLL ':-1, small) and offers every facility and nucleus of an honorable independent career.
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'" Then he tried Mayr'g Wonderful I Ii O rae.k 0000660ta .ao'', courtesy. Make your beginning now-today. Your
I' Remedy. Just as it always does, the I 1 bank book will pare the way.
; first dose proved to him what could :. The following pupils of the Kissimnue !
, be done for his ailment. He took the : Public Schools have not been
\ full treatment; then wrote: .absent or tardy during the month'
:, "I have taken your wonderful remedy -
State
having made an Bank
and am feeling better than I have ending February .
>: felt in four years.e average of ninety per cent, or more, I j
"Your remedy does just what you in their studies, with not less than I 1
f claim it will do. : eighty-five per Cent in any subject, '' [SUPERIOR SERVICE .
" "I tried several doctors but they than in de I COURTEOUSTREATMENT I of Kissimmee'
less ninety-five
that I and not
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did me no good. I am glad I IK

:' have found recommended your wonderful it to some remedy.of portment. I Capital stock _._____________,__ ______.:___100000.00
I have Grade.
+ neighbors who need it." First DIRECTORS: I Resource, ever __.___-________*__________________ 400,000.00 i
my Enoch Herzberg, Oren Brown, Paul
Wonderful 'Remedy i
I' permanent Mayr results for stomach, 'iverand Munger, Ralph Witz Sarah Duke, ELIde DONECAN JOHN R. BRONSON Otters and Director .

i- intestinal ailments. Eat as much Schilder, Mary Frances Turner, C.. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE Vie Prat.
1 \ whatever' you like. No more dis Edwin Barnes John ,/Lester, Ernest g J. K. A. W. CUSTUS .
trees after eating, pressure of gas in M. KATZ. 2nd Vic Prest.
h the stomach and around the heart. Walsh S. E. Gardner, Celo Nicks, Cecil E; J

Get one bottle of your druggist now Canova Edgar Beeland Daniel : ROMA THOMAS Cuhier
and try It on an absolute guarantee Minx Preston Johnson Emory Harris
If not satisfactory money will be re Marion Graves Viola'Bell Yowell : : :

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1 FRIDAY,. MARCH 3, 191ieiOIO "' rrP
PACEC. 'TH'E KISSIMMEE VALLEY 'GAZETTE' 1\\

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< 0't8l' i IOI < la wer, Mrs, George: Hallwer, Mrs Wednesday at high noon.. FIRE AT ST. CLOUD I I W. J. Frlpp returned where .he Saturday .i).
from Thonotosaisa, spent
11, W. Morrow and Mrs. J, Tffe entire floor used en
McPhat- lower was (' .
month superintending: the ..
Tribune the
past
\: t.f>r. The next meeting of this popular suite and decorated with artistic taste The St. Cloud says: The .'
Society Notes $ club will be ,at the> home 'of Mrs, II.' and skill, the work being in the hands first time' since ,,the big hotel burned selling: of the orange crop from hi the .
owned wife
r twenty acre by ,
: grove
w Morrow: of'Miss Jean Caldwell. In the recep- December 22, 1909, St. Cloud- was :!
Mrs Celeste F. Fripp This propertywas ,. ".1
tion room red roses predominated visited by a disastrous tiro on, Friday
(Mettle Belle Btrris, Editor...) recently purchased from A. W.-, .,
RECEPTION. AT HART MEMORIAL, with handsome palms and other foliage afternoon of last week'- itBu Johns ... .
and lumber yard, Rigby, '. ;.
as 'a background. The drawingroom wood-turning shop ...
Request b made to aU patrons of tie Valley Gazette to tend items Mrs W.' B. Harris and M....- W. C, where the, oelemony''was performed . and the Harris Tin and :Sheet Metal l "SYRUP OF FIGS" , ,, ,1 i, ;:',:

of Society Events. to the Editor for publication ,fn the.. colums. Bass were hostesses Tuesday evening:, was a dream of loveliness. A Works being totally consumed.. .I I"GIVE' TO CONSTIPATED CHILD :1
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entertaining; the Hart Memorial, bower had! been arranged at the eastside 1 The building and .lumber yard were i iDelicious .."
Inviting the) winter residents of trip ..Massachusetts 'avenue, between i :---
I I 0 I o I 0 I 0 I II e I 0 I O 10 I ?+ I 0 10 10 10 0 : I oC.the/ room,. of southern smilax "ocated-. 1 "Fruit Laxallye" can't harm '
.. city'and the home peoples A, large attendance ,: 'with orange blossoms held in place Coble's Garage and the railroad .p
TALENT TEA MISS PEAKE ENTERTAINS marked the event and the consumed by Tender Little Stomach, liver
withlover's knots and festoons of and l were wholly '
.
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I'I'M' following program wns- rendered: white The too was .he flames in a short time, because and Bowels .
maline.
Mrs W. C.: Bass, Mrs. W. B, Harris iss Bessie Pcako entertained .thememl'rs carpet, motherl! If '
the 4
I Look at tongue, ,
Mrs. S. W. Lawlor are entertaining Piano trio, Mrs. .Krnin, Junes Thomson showered with orange blossoms andpetals. if their inflammable( character.It ..
and jl
of the Westminster Sunday .coated little one' stomach, liver
and voice Miss Ella your
Rogers
the talent test this afternoon at ; White roses wore used in prp* s understood neither Mr. Johns fjqnd :
school class and their friends once.
clay bowels need cleansing at :1
Church I Mac Gilbert; readirfC,Miss Elizabeth fusion ,with palms and ferns. In the insurance, ,
the homo of Mrs. Bass on I Ihome.in I ior Mr. Harris farrief any '
party her attractive
with at '
u pretty voice f). C. Pierce 'vioJ When peevish, 'croslI, listless, doesn'ttleep
elretft. I Aultman; ;. n lining room a pink and white color the loss of1: r. Johns \being about 1'
J ( Cape] Breeze!, Tuesday even- Harris Miss Leo- ; ( eat or act naturally, or is feverish \
solo Clyde voice
; scheme( t'
+wllINNElt | was used The dining table sy.fiOrt and that of..Mr. Harris ,some- 1'
: :' AT <"OI'TItY.(1,1I:' ; ): ing. | nil RiilieiKon; voice, J.- IL Armstrong; .' with a handsome: lace l cover wall centered ::hint under. $SU,00.(| Whether witla-r ,. sour stomach, bad breath; has 1
The lime wan spent in social I conciMitinti ,; reading, Miss Lawler; voice, Miss with a large] cut glass liowl '.rcnIleniaa'( ill again build on the sore throat" diarihoea, full of cold, ,
G r Garrett'wns' { hoC'nlt'I'lalIil1t; \' and ninu.dng! : games and Mary CUirHon' ; short talk, llsv.: Lnwler. filled with pink roses.. I In the center site and tilt the ame luisinesv i give n teaspoonful of "California Sy-
engage
'nt twelve o'clock dinner at the Conn- contests. Several musical numberswere A featuie of the jit-o {,ranl especially : ) cut up of Figs," and in a few hours all -.:
holding
\ui.s a (tllll glass vase.also luis not \been learned': .
try club Sunday.! PlatenCIP laid for : enjoyed ,by, the quests I enjoyed, by all present was the beau- ': roses, thus making u cascade cTc-ct.( I ; : .. thi fould ,constipated waste, undigested ' .

])1'. and-JfH! A. II. Logan, <>f Gainesville I Closimr,! tlu1 ey<'iiing, di'licious 10fii tirtil],' expresKixe loadinir rendered by This arrangement was also carried. The ",street committee of I the city food and sour bile gently moves out ,
; 15. K. Evans: county dcinon! >ten: .. '.hl1u.ls,; were served! in' the diningroom i Hiss Aultman, "(ienneseiM"t," This | out in 'lie decorations( of the sideImaiiT. council i i.s: having' some much needed of its little bowels' without griping, "

tr.r for ()s< p.la .courty, nn(j his< mother II lId11\ the veranda. These in4lu poem wa written by :Mrs.: James j jCuldwell To add 1 to the beautiful effect, I work done on the road to the e"ineteiy. mid you have a well, playful) child I
Mi.1, W: n\ans.: li'd .salad sand vid.es cakes and of this In connection Ask druggist for u 50- .
< < + city. from the ('.hamMicrVUH Ku roOL'J.'U\ \ 444 ro) IMIHTAIN::: :: :' 'I ,punch. I with; ,thi.) poem Miss Aultman 'read a'' Shower of pink and} white sweet pens' the Kiade, lu' 'sluIJIi h..1. The mail I cent )bottle. of "Califoinia Syrup of '

c ------- 1'ifty: three, guests tnju)'cd this i ij.i.1 Inimlier' of iniiiicnts of well- known ', tied uith] pink rijil .' The Kissnnmcc Coif; Club\ ; will Entertain ,"a'''ant rvi-nt. authors, expressing their appreciationof t'pon Ih? arrival of the guests: they This iniiiovement| will be 'much ajiie.ciated I I for li.ibies', children of all ages .anc' for *

i. theiniinlicik at the (OilandoCountry No No N. ,i'I Mrs. Caldwi-11's poem.. '!'wire!: "requested! to register i ii the ,'. by tra\'<'le\s who use this road I Cioui rue I II
Club at i t n dunce nl thn cluU- :I WOtI.IN'S) : ci.ru. ni: >nit.\TIS: vt ,. ) honk )+,I'I.d"s 1
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.lIW;. HRVIINTEUTAINS:: : !
house i>f t the I local olganiKatlonlvexlTucndiiv ) [I At a tegular" meeting of (lhi> Ki'simI - \s th' c-I l
eight v -r Woman's. } 'lul, at die Halt JII,-- : :Mr--. 'N. ('. 1'iyan enteitained thqn : \ I Isiwli-r: nut the bride, and gloom" .
k About, t\\ <" hundred, jn\' !at io"- ha\c I >"vda< :: Moi ,lay i>f': ,,'inon.i.: a Mite W I.' 1\,1"\ is of tin1 1 n.! Y. P.O. of the nt I the li ,\\01' of orange: ,Mo'-, -om-. and
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4 !been i 1-- 'in 'il l t'i the <| the solemn rites, using I thIn <>
tl lierB :No unitalpn? Will, In1 issued i v> 'iniial,(" ( l'< dilation] of \\'om.ins'i evening nab,\ an amusing"l'art" :i\ill'.il,, ring serviie" ?
I' to the Illl ,)id., is l.f til.,+ /elf Clllll heir, i '!'ul,, and' ,I Si's I, .r. :M Will! on, jr. patty.1'hnuighout :\11"'i'J; giaia: nis. loVj.lv I in a Idea, Spring) AiillincryOpening (

4, lint c'ciy i 1111 inlii. "i' I is wired) to attend 1",1" ,, , \ a-: appnl) I ld, as cI'd egel'' I I / lh' ,"ronnl' liny'silk t: Hi t I't i i.it. rtit( warn with, gnu" .
nnd .1 'I i> t in c>ut<'i ,tuimig,,,) the \isitou-. '.
to etltcd i th" :Nation.il; : < ',i\i"i1ion toI li.'c' to x\inh| !ieartwere" attachedwn l I'luM- anil shoe1. A "small black]: hat

i II. A. *n. 111y1I'1\C: : : ; I I. In,.Id: in Xew fork dining :May. !I I >-een ni'| Mrs. J. :M. Willson, jr., who i is district :| :Mi'-x, "'''''1'11".lh Aultninn wns chosen: smut,.) the (guests were blindfold ] I ti I 'mmingx: \\'ii' wni'n. She cai'Td. an ( i ,
r oigari/cr" for the I II>. A. It, in this 'In i- .nltrrntar" It is expected (hat fully :: .'d) then itski'tl, to serurione of ai in l>uuiuet| of 'Imdo'h, "OIl'S.

locality, ('called mooting Saturday afternoon i :O.Ollfl( ,( ) Hub) \\'lInlI.' will be. pre,,ent at l th">e heuts.. The fnituiatc ones who :ales. Mal.insoll11" gowned in a .. .'
tit I the hart Momon.-.l. inviting thaI 11 mi'. I I seiuied a heart found it to contain a gray tfifTcta coniline l wit Ii'geor'gettr

nil\ who worn eligible to join the i: The I 1\1'-lInllwn Hub] is already iell.n.1 I foitnnp delightfully illustrated by the crepe,
orpTani7.ut.ioii In spite of the decidedly 'j tided with th" State Fedtt'a'ion. and is'one lontints of the tiny lags, Then followed :Mis Henry Harper wore gray mes- TUESDAY, MARCH 7th
unpleasant weather a number re- of the twelve Hubs in Florida a contest. when the guests ,( saline with marriuehett'j trimming!
gponded and signified their rnUntion | <|iialifyinff for membership in the National I amused' themselves! making watch- small yellow lose buds

of transferring/ their membership, to Federation.Ihunng I fobs. and necklaces] with heart pendants :Mrs Earl. II&.pl'r, blue crepe de
the local organization, which will be I ; the aftetnoo'i those presentwere The pn/es, by a vote of those'I 11 hint combined with georgette: crepe. Showing( i (of f heautifulpattern i I

effected at un early date. favored with an address by MIHSN'lhe present, were awarded to :Miss Miriam :'' :Mrs. I). I:, :Meek wore handsome: I I
444 :' Lewis, of New Ycrk City, who :Munper for the best necklace. This black taffeta. '
hats. Latest
;' MRS. IIOWELLS ENTERTAINS;; ; ; ; !j ii, spending the winter in this city. prize was a crochet" Lag' and a box of :: Mrs: George Miller wore rose colored ] ) .

Y 444EMBROIlER1' candy was presented to Miss Ora taffeta with overdress Mrs. S. Dean( Howells entertained : CLl'B' ENTERTAINS;; ; :' .
Croxton for making the best watch i I II' fads( and creations'from i (
p her music class at the Manhattan ho- fob *. i'I' :Mrs George Gunn wore gray chif-
tel Saturday evening with a "Spider The I'riscillu Embiouiery club was Delicious refreshments of fruit salad on with gray ]lace trimmings.Mrs. i
Party" When the little guests arrived charmingly entertained by Mrs. J. II. wafers, cakes, tea and coffee were ; : Eugene Bryan, sister of the ,, ) the style centers
they found a large spider in a Md'hulter: at her horn on Emmett served by the hostess, assisted( by Mrs. I luidp., rosy colored taffeta
table in the dining room and a huge ?tiet't Saturday afternoon Eugene Bryan and Mrs. P. K. Weaver. I I Following(' ceremony a dainty
li web of cord reaching out in all\ d.irections. The time was spent with fancy About thirty guests enjoyed: this'I buffet lunch..on'i'u" served !Mrs.\ E. C. ''

Some time' was required to work and social convenation, followed pleasant] Untangle this web but at the end of by, the serving of dainty rcfieshmenl.s. 4 II- ". : :Mildred TurMllo, Marion I'or- .
each cord found. ,UJTKU-MAHINSON: I:' 11
pretty presents were ttr and Amy Mukinson' assisted the MRS. NELLE ROGERO, Prop.
The guests were then seated at along The guests present were: Mrs. J. IKt-.'ss. At this time tile happy
table in the dining room and! .\\rondall, Mis N C. Bryan Mis. One of the prettiest home weddinpssokmm.ed ioiile| taking advantage: : of the nvr- '
served with punch, ice cream cakes .1 W Chapman, Mis. K. 1) (;iuii'e.Mis in Kissimmoe for sometime '''ry confusion of the hour, quietly ontcred" '

and fruit. : II. :N.; HraUo'i, Mrs M. Luke, was that of :Miss Virginia. Field ,, their car and left for JUl'k"on
.
The remainder of Die evening was alo'J: Bass, Mis M. 1 K: Waring, :Miss Makimon: to Henry Claude Harper, ''' vane, en route for Atlantr.: Upon -- --

Spent in music and darning. About Jit"-! 10 hurt, jllrst Belle Hunt, which ocurred nt the home of the I: their return they will occupy their
i' this S. K Wude Miss I'eilma 1\11'1) brule's, and Mrs. W. B.
thirty-five guests enjoyed oc'a.flion. parents, Mr. i pretty bunga'ow: in Cape lire ze. I
I :\11'_. J\I. 1'. Hoover, Miss Dorothy Hal- Makmson: at 407 East Lake street, The popularity of the bride and
I
groom was attested by the number of I

l beautiful gifts. of silver, linen and J I ,
china they received. A beautiful Vic.trola I .
l' f : was: al,: giftfrom the groom's i '

parente.t'tn'k:! ;';} ) ,: 5fiyC4Tli : ,,. }," .,"-4t
rfdehaa grown to ,womanhood J i'i .
in'this CIty ,jin4-has'that'uneffected -
cordiality and sincerity that -
makes for their possessors life-long] 1

I i-/I 1 ,i i friends.The groom is a prominent youngI
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business man and is well known
i 1 this city. .

Those attending too wedding were:

;I :Mr and :Mrs. W. B. :Makmson, parents '' FOR ALL THE FAMILY
of the bride; :'11'. and, Mrs! !lit'! ry' *
*
|Harper, parents of the gloom ; Mrt

'and I Mib." Kail Harper n n, son, Henry Saturday March 4th 1916
Robert, of J..oulhmunII'H.; : George H. ,
: Miller, of (Grand; Rapids, Mich.; Mrs : ,
I II. K. :Meek George W. Gunn; and''
Jack Stiudley all of ...Gjnnd; Rapids EVERYTHING IN THE STORE

:Mich.; :Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker
REDUCED ON THIS DATESMITH'S
''and children, Clara and JOG, !Mr and
Mrs. J. J. Tucker, of Grand Rapids
''Mich.; Rev. S. W. Lawjcr) Mrs. N. ('. ,

Brawn, Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Mr. and SHOE STORE
Mrs. K.: C. Bryan, Judge and :Mrs. T.

;jM. Murphy Misses Mildred I Turvillc.Marion .
Porter, Jean Caldwcll], Amy, OSCEOLA'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE
Hurrah They're Here !
Joe Heula, Dorothy, Marjorie, Emma: i
Carroll and Joy :Makinson, William T. i ii ra ra
:Makin.son and :Mai- -, \
t I i IlcnryNelson ,
The New Post Toart.'cs: : -a delicious' sveetmeatvitK all of the true corn flavour! com] Makuihon. |I'. r rrrrr _rrr: _

A flake that \von't mush down when cream is added-a flake that stays fresh * f 'r f. //. M. BREAKER 1-
MOTHERS .IND'FEA'IIERS: CI.I'B I'I' I| .[. A BARCLAY Y
and crisp. ::t: FLI'RIOA ..TI,. Land nf Enc'"an'.n', ,. B.n.. Mon j'
I TheMothers, niul Teachers dub will.! _.: An, Other Slalt ,n th. Union .
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POStToasties hold a tiusmess meeting Fi, iday nf- .:: BREAwKERan & BARCLAY i
ternoon March 10th, at the home of :
NEW : Mrs. (C. W Giffim/ :HI Main street :!: Real Estate and Insurance Farm PropertyTrucking:LandmCitv ;

''All members! are urged to )be present. _:.: KilJsimmee; Fla. Oran". Cro". X
-- - f :: J. M. COOPER Clerk Landmoomzafton
t Landm

: Premiums Won At i : Y Y Y Y Y y yy ;>

are made of selected white corn by a new process that brings the fragrance of the .
-'- Two Fairs Near $500 :
cornfields table.
- sunny to your ;: > Y - Y : : -r: y r y<
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Notice the little puffs on every flake, put there by the unique (Continued from Page 1)) I INSURANCE REAL ESTATE tI
do fair, whereas the total should have ;
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methods of and It's the method that ,
cooking toasting. only I been 217. The total awards won at I

I gives you the full, rich corn flavour. ', the Tampa fair number 34. Let us insure your Life, your Health, your Property.

r'-'i I! A tabulation] of the premiums won j Information in regard to property for

I ; p 'j To test the taste, try a handful of Toasties ''at I the Orlando Blue fair follows Red: E sale and rent cheerful.'y: given.

t' ,= ?z=, direct from the package" without cream or i Ribbons Ribbons Special t In addition to fifteen other good companies '

r -- milk. Here are flakes that don't depend upon Dom. science 20 0 5 *, now represent the well known we .
Floral 8 0 0
cream and sugar for flavour.They're ,. Schools 32 0 1 HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of-New York .I.

Stock 22 14 1 n. G.
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> ,FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1916 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZEtYI ,' PAGE;


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i THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Arthur Bate, of'' Fostoria, Ohio, ,Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Logan spent I Air; and Mrs M, II. Jennings, of E. L. Stutz, of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mrs j. P. Bertrand, of .Sleepy y.,

rl'-/W ._. (T.lepbeae_ No._ .!L_) J who hat been the guest of his cousin, spent several house here Sunday, Af- Roanoke, Va., who have been the who has been visiting C. ''F. Thrasher Minn., who has been visiting-.M/. and

.':," Published E .ry Friday By Mrs. S. R. Wade, left Friday for, .St. returning Monday to their horn jn guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ J, A. Lancaster and family, -left yesterday for his Mrs. Charles\: Neid at their country s

Cloud. Gainesville. Mr. ,Logan is connectedwith ( have left for their. home. ''
,ai 1, W. *.' HARMS H*,0. VAN AO.IiIW: ,' Mrs. home home near Klsstmthee, left Wednesday
V the government experiment star Jennings la "a step-daughter of Mrll.I for h home. .
-- Mr. and Mrs. I* L. Barber; of'Kan lion at the State University. Lancaster: Mr. -Jennings. Is a large Airs. M. .A Clark left yesterday for

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city and were guests at the ..Manhattan A roof' fire "ut,the home of K. S. the district convention'of the W, C.
section. officers the Southern Colonization I.
impressed his It cipal of
{' Weather with, 'Is not ". :
I'\ f f' Report hotel. T U.
; Johnson Beaumont called '
; '. i on avenue uillikely.that he will purchase.a winter ". >, company, owners of large

out the fire department! last Saturday -j home and Kissimmee. tracts of land in the Kissimmee Pral-
grove near Mrs J. W. Watson and daughter :
M. Driscall, Poquqnock, Conn., and afternoon.? The fire boys prevent! \ ,
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1: Following: are daily, temperature G. Johnson, of Hartford, Conn., who I ed what'' might have been a. serious 1 Mr and Mrs. M. J. Wright, of Penn' :MUs Sue Watson; leave Sunday for. John Y. King, chief engineer of-the j
where
, 4,1( I, precipitations as reported are motoring htrough the state, regis- blaze.!" The, damage/ Wf slight.. I Michigan, and their daughter, :Mrs.Breyfogle in Miami future. they, expect' to.reside Davenport;, Drainage District! ,-" was a l

by Government station tered of the Manhattan hotel. Monday. of Kalamazoo: Mich., who the visitor in the city 'Thursday. Mr.
J ( at Kissimmee for the week ending Mrs. Charles Frederick Jamcsborn, have been spending tho winter- at St. I ..
Mrs Sam Jones of Walertawn,. King is planning to move from Davenport
4' :'3 \ .o.. ., : Thursday, March 2: x Miss A. M. Lutzow, Chicago, who or'JA>ng Island, New York City, spent Petersburg Mr. and Mrs '
are visiting here attend Kissimmee and '
... '! was to the funeral' of her. to was hero: u>
Max Mink Rain. is looking after interests In I
,, property several 1 hours here, Tu' sdilr, en routeto S. A. Bogue, 223 Mabbette street Mr, I
,1 grandmother, Mrs Honofia .Quury find a house for his. family.Mr. .
Friday __ ___ 69' 50
Center the
Orange week-end
spent St Cloud.
t" "r : Mrs. .Jarncoborn has Wright and! Mrs. B.rey/ogle! have each Miller.- She is 'a daughter phj. W.
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Saturday __ __ 64 44 in this .
\ city. | been spending the past two weeks in purchased a grove at Lakeland Miller: I and Mrs. Charles Tucker and
1 ', Sunday __ __ .68 47 i '
Tampa. Heights, Polk county Mrs. Alida Bellinger, of Mohawk, N.
] a' Mrs. John J. of Cincinnati I
'Monday 75 40( Philips, '
1 u I I :Mr. and :Mrs. J. ,,R. lamer, hf V.-, were in the city Thursday en route
: Tuesday __ 8(5( 57 who I is spending$ the winter with her Mrs J. P. Fox, of Tampa is the
: u. I George M. Taylor will soon move PittsburjT! 1'1are in Ki, simmee' to I to Jacksonville. They are touring ;,
t' Wednesday 84 62 relatives, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller; and guest .of Mrs. H. C. Stanford. Mr. his r
,: --- grocery store to larger' juarters.(
.. spend- several days. They are visiting the state'and. are much pleased with
.. ; Thursday ---- 90) BG family visited Ol'landofonda] '. Fox: will motor up from Tampa on The room just south of his location .
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_... f.O present : several points in Florida and are' well Florida. M'rs. /{Tucker is a distant rei.
*'I' ... Sunday and will spend a few days on Stewart street is being remodelled .I Caster
Mrs H. M. Pfann hall returned |, pleased.! ative of M. D. of Kissimmee.
; < ><-)<-)< :-:-:-:.<... :-< :. )<+)< :-> visiting here b fore returning with for Mr. Taylor and will be!
from a pleasant visit with her daughter
..''j(' +-:-:-<--0-<-:...: .:..:-:--:. ,, :..:..:..:..:-:-:--:..;..:.-:....... Mrs-, W. Waring, and family: at- Mrs. Fox. I fitted out in the most modern manner ,.._

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I > ;Mr. Taylor is to a._ ,. .._ "
t Lakeland.. I laying plans enlargehis 11' ," ". 1r' r1f' J
I''i Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Hill and stock and will: display! it in true tr

; : The Local. Field :!: I MI-B. C. F. Prevail returned Tuesday daughter, of East Greenwich- R. I., metropolitan style.! George is a .

Y ; ; : from Sunnier whore f she has been tuba: are spending) the winter in Orlnndo hustler and says that the best i is none

..... A.. A A. .. .. ... AAA. ...A .. . AAAAA. I her for the i '
visiting daughter past 1 recently visited their former too good' for Kissimmeo.. I IMr. 1 : fLU; O ENrk' 1
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:. Fire insurance, taxes paid.; See" A.:" two. weeks. friend> II,'. and IID's. W. H. IIeald.at- i GtB
and :;\ft:;,.J. E; Campbell, ivturned ""I ... 'i
I' E. Drought New Rivers Htiildini; :SOUSee f their pleasant apartments at the .r. ', I \ _
" J. -E. Bowen n prominent businessman Sunday from Stnford and me :r !oS:I": '. .
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I home of ;Mrs. M. Armour. ... . .. '
: what the "liutchvr Hoy" has to of Davenport) Fla., was transacting again/ ; comfortably" located in .part; !1" ": \ M" '

r' Buy on' jingo ;3. business 'in 1 Kissininiee, Wed'nesdny. I W. ( ;i. ;McFnrla/ul! /, i-ijtu-ned Tuesday nii-nts at the home\ of ;\11's. F. G(!. 'YI1 4'''' ),J ..,..-. .;;; .'

Jf', j IQ Tulsa, Okla., :after ail' ext "ided Thomason, on Orlando avenue. :Mr.: 1f-1f'" J''

Mi I i..s I Men! ,Jones is visiting: rela--, !, vl; it wi'h his sou. J. C. MrFarland; I I ami Mrs. Campbell t have been visiting '- I :
Miss' ;
Willie who
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}Wilson, employed ; ,
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lives in 1tu tgs' Vat und r"nilI's.: McFuriun 1 will .emnir. ( the towns throughout the stale but ., /
milliner the 15 Ton HatShop '
-us (>n I \ : 1 > ,
Urchin "honu'sirk" for, KissinniK"1 'c:1J pit't.
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t4 ; IKIXfor some limp, joining her shave > .
11. :M.ijjid.: of Tampa, was a busi- i.s seriously! ill at the home ofMis. co.'.,"'
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.{ I hushand" when the searo'i is more i dv returned" for the "remainder! of t
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1 'H''i -ilo" ii: the rity on ;Monday.F I Nellieling'ro. Hired.'1.I the winter.
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t-Iuirv und I tender! ini-ats nlwnyx .l II". and. Mrs. Kennedy, of ..Jarksttn'ville I -
: + found lit Cily ;\11111<<,1 'phone( 44.. tf1' me the j guests'of :\III''. :M. A. I I I',. A. Hamilton has ,received from J. W. Itariis has sold his interest in p Tuesday March 7thVE
i I tin Family St.oi, to H. M.: ,and W. H.
I[ Handy; and daughter, :IIi.--; :MatticHandy. Murray II. Coggshall! treasurer of til" e ,
.1. M. KolvM-ts, of .lacksomillo, spent', Serbian 1 Relief Committee in :N'ov;' "PI..--. Athe\ :nv I -1''"- 't 1\ ,i-lv fu'iber -

]Monday here on liusinesK.Hip I York, n receipt for $!2.01the: ) pro-, i' I ]" .andnf1: tlw1. t ii-o is proiierly) i iMr. ,

,. :II""r. 'and :Mrs. C. F. (Cram of Au],- j feeds of the concert |! ',,, ,, -d.! I Hams! hot'; not a ir.u'i"ced:"
recently: given \ WILL SHOW ALL THE LATEST
sale still: going: on at F. H. enjIowa, and l Mr. and :MrM.. : l 11,1", .i| fore miler the diicction: of :Miss: !lam j i ', hilt \1'\. ts-, lie will enter Both! the ,
I.uwson'n.. |1 IV.ikoui\ will! known ) STYLES SEEN IN THE BIG STYLE
linjhlllll, of :Michigan, were among i11! "''I. ; to a large" <

the tourists in the city this week." j jMr. I | ii iclr' of fii-ml, in Ivis.simiiiee and CENTERS OF THE COUNTRY AND;
Mrs.. J. \Voodlicrk: of Orlando, i
,! Capt. W..1. (Driseoll, of Hartow, andII' l lI tinValley (Jax.ette; joins these many'fineijds CORDIALLY/ INVITE EVERYBODY

was n visitor her<- lIIonela)'. ; and MIK. E. R. Kirtland. :Misses ,i !F'olf..;,', of Jiu-Ksonville, werevisitors :' ,in wishing theta continued.ucie TO CAlL AND SEE THEM WHETHER I.

1 Read I the "Hutcher Hoy's" Miyinjfs Sarah and Julia Kirllnnd, of Orleans' in the city Thursday. l'hcerepresent ,i -IIn their business., : j OR'NOT.
TlfEYVISI { TO BUY
, :Neb., spent :Monday in Kissimmee., ('. .' ,
the feitilizer of
on five. dt-partinent I
page I'Tha.y are tourinjr'thp state and spent ,,I Armour, & Company. Mr. Coffee will Pi- R. \\". Colib, was a bu-iness" xis-" '

1:. W. .Kolu-rtx, Joseph Ek-hi-lherjrer, the day tit the Manhattan hotel. be the new representative of the- company -, Ito to (Oilandii', ] ) Thui.sday.jie : .

]Mis. IS. I'lasand Miss McFnrland I'I i -,','t ion, i.s" at the Giaystone hotel,
I (;. W. Wa-,hburn, J. II. I Ix-nchnion't, m this section. .
'whi-ic he has established\ headquarters. i MISS MATTIE BANDY
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I n. E. liutc and C.-H.! Clarke, of Shenandoah !
Buy 1Sut1'-r Nut" bread It's hettcr. ,II '
\ J. R. Branson returned Friday om :Mr.1 Kilveit: promises a 1"01'11,1

:Made: by Heed's. Bakery llt:! I Iowa, were visitors in the i I! Tampa, where h<:> has: been in IMc hos- I ing of activities by his company and

. city this week. They were, guests aI''ipital for treatment." :'111'. Branson', statethat of liome.seekers
I'. F. Rose and. daughter Miss. hotel. a large number .
Manhattan: !
Kuey. of (Curtunu Iowa, spent several :health was irreatlv improved and !'i will be brought here next sea.Mr. .

days in Kissimnn-e this. woek.Saturday c. O. Moljiuirhlin.. of Sanford, Dr., ', while he will return to Tampa for" $041. _ p'_ __ _ __ __ I

i,ifiiitlicr, treatment, hopes are entertained -
Jim l lU-lnney and I .1 H IVchles. (gl'n."I'nl ,
ht 1 last : : and :Mrs.' :M. K: tqnd; IdguKi.tz : : '
may your oportunny manaircr: of the Tnvii'-cs' & Gulf; for hi complete ncovery.A . r.
I I left :',III'sday for Day'.ona): m
for big Imigiiiiiii; lit F. II. )
f railroad both of Orlnndo, visitors
,
l Latuson's.Cjill were "i-'pjrular, meeting of the \\'. C. T. wl.eithey, ;R.> to join :Mr. KttHrothei /'-' ,

.' I in the city y.Urdiy.Susie I I". 111held at the Hart ;Memorial 1 A. Ray Katz, and 1 wife, of'' -

in null' t"e our" new burs 1 \ jus( I Ty-nii) life 12-yrm: old, Iaulh- I Ii (fin with :Mrs.: S. B. Aiiltnian. president Italtimorp.' After, a day''i it at

; rrei\ed, rH' a vtud. Duller I \ Limit Irr of 11"'. and :Mrs. K. I'. Tyson) f.1\\ , pie-iding.: The afternoon was' Daytonu the e'Hire party returned
:
HI.>/','. I '.Vrdnesilay while playing at school ," pent in !buxine-s routine In addition Thursday. A. Ray Katz is a numbcr -

and fla..lul'.1 both, bones of her right I to I h,.' members live tisitorswere : of the firm of the lialtim "re Bargain
:New; I goods i coming' in every day to .
I prosent.Mr. If 0 U>1C. I
!he sold, at bargain!:: prices ut F. If. fore-arm. I

Law-son's. I In (riving the 1'st of prize winners I ; and :Mrs. Frank Cstey, of West The Gift of -'Qua lily -

at the Orlando fair it was stated that Branch, :Mich., who ore prominent UEGISTIt.TJOOTICE:
Mr. and Mrs. F.- 11. Juhr, of Peoria,
A. E. Thonias' hog won a red ribbon, among the winter visitors .in Kissimmee -

:? III.,. are guests "at Mrs. Franklin'sboading .V when it. should have, becn1a.hlue, rib- have returned front Tampa, Noticeis! , hereby, giveni that?, the j

| house on Emim.lt street ,; where they .spent the past, two weeks! registration books will be o'penl'iatjaUJprecinctsl
dK137ii'1' '+tli{ f fih''F' i"+V14Il 'tWe ,
received !hie weekpillow tops if*'iffltVl They't; reJ stopping. at'sj' \ they, Westfallboarding rom\th!)| fir tAionJayJlniMarchl
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embroTd M rS3Oscafl[ (Bowden end children house thiel .
All
firstJAIondayJlnTAprlOnly"those'fwho'have'not
.N tdresscr scrfs to r toj [ 1
Lees .
UmttStore. left.MondayirforJ'herhomclinl registered! -

designs. Do11a burg, after a pleasant two weeks' visit Mrs. J. M. Gardner'and Miss Ethel heretofore will be required to register. j COLE JEWELRY CO.: .

Mrs II, D. Geiger and children left with her parents, Mr. and Mrs M. Roberson have returned from Cairo, C. W. GRIFFIN j I
Ga., where- they went to visit Mrs. I
Friday for a week's visit with Mrs ("osner.Mr. Supervisor of Registration for
Gardner's daughter, Mrs. W. T. Craw |
A. C. Starbfrd of Apopkfl.Ur. I II Osceola 11-4t
: und! ;Mrs. M. Tiller left Mondayfor ford. The many friends of Mrs. Craw- County. i I Ir

and Mrs. Fairbanks visited their, ,I Tampa, where they went to ('on-I l ford in Kissimmee will regret to learn I II

brother, E. E. Fairbanks, nnd family, I tinue the treatment for !Mr.\ Tiller's that her three-year-old daughter died I t1iu.

.. at Kissimmee Park :Monday.H. eye, which wainjured, in a recent recently.Mr. .
When in Need of
arirdt-nt., i I 1
M. Breaker returned-. lafct Saturday and Mrs. William Sensiba, their .

from Chattanooga}\ Tenn., when :Mac :Stuart' Huffman returned to j sorts Alfred, John and Ralph, who are Good, Fresh .

s he spent (en. days on business. her fiirm home at Davenport, Fla., visiting them from Montana, Mr. and I _
,
last Saturday, after" spending a few Mrs. E. R. Smith and daughter Miss I j' - ,
S. R. Fields real estate 'I'
prominent and
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Opal, Misses Bessie and Nettie Newton Meats :
of visitor in
dealer Loughinan was I..I'. Walter, :LMO! Bermuda avenue.: Mrs. May Stockdale and II. )1.1
the city last Saturday.Mrs. CASH IS KING WE SELL FOR LESS
Howard[ were a pleasant party motor- ;
:Mr.: and, Mr.F.. W. Hoyt, of Jacksonville i GroceriesPHONE J t.I
: P. C Huttorffe. of JfflTerson- r in Kinsi ing to. St. Cloud Sunday for the day. ] i, .I
: spent several hours I .It
'. villa, Intl. is the guest of her ncice,, nimce l Friday They were in company Mr. and Mrs. George E. Babcock I I
]\\11-.... II, (Wagner.- /'. THE FAMILY\ STOREJust 4
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with R.I ((1-\\11) ril1g-, who have received a draft for two hundred =

FLAT I FOR RKNT; --Furnished or un I ly resided licit, forl11t'r'j dollars from E. G.! Lewis, president of v

Ihe Explorations; Holding as 1:,
the (ill1.l'lIeofTil'e
furl1ishApply\ at company
:llrl and :Mr-. William Roach of I.aFollotte. I I
u prize for securing subscriptions for New Market received full line Men'sSpring ; .
Tenn who') have been sp| -id
theVontan's Nalionul W'-ekly in a
:Mr. andMl": <.. J. K. Corn), -of St. inir sev-rul" wci'ks, 'in Kiisimmc-o' left.Mond.iy locii't' contest.'' This draft was the and Grocery in Oxfords Black

{'I"ud.'e, \ -,;IOI'" in Kissittiimt on '''Ihl! for a ft1i(4 tidt i t thirlliflh,1., j

;',.lnlg> lli> Ki::: < Coast: bcfoic.rcdiniii Soulh
Tiu-Mliiy.: ;
Tan and White
|! to tln'ir home, | A. I 1'. :MUIIM of the Boggy (Ci, -cksection
"flutter: :N'ut"; )In" end, <1 you'll, find i.sdiilVreiit. i IIII' | bioughl, to tinValley ILizetl.Ihi.s i
: mid :M'-s. G I. \'. 1'iboul:; . and, :Mi'1Knima -. Kissimmee
:Mad > byKeed'H! Itilkery.11.2t! I week a i u la bairn' ,, whicheigliel ) THE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS
:! ": Uurchinal, or I'ilt-iitiig. and ,
twelvennd a half pounds. lie 1'1"1-; '
\l is. Alice. I'ulton, of (Colnmlui-( I., II
Prompt Delivery
>'d! Iwi'lMrows i 100 I feet IOl'g"lid h.i-
:Misiimil.elh: Fli-tchor. of Chicntffi arrived' last Fiiday t" spi-i' d t the. remainder -
-...Id :$!ilt,1O l <; Heath In" ids Inning'! ;IIIhr TAILORING DEPT.
UK, is" the Jul.1 of> :Mrand, !Mrs. of the "i, lei at thent( in let and Fair TreatmentGive !
wanted; for, hi- family and m-iirh-,
J. A. Ha: relay at their home on Bryan home. in I'aIk (iiudei;' : <.
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( I..I-S. Dry Cleaning Pressing DyeingMen'slddk's'and
si reft.Mr. I
\V.V.. Saunders "f the Vail, y (1u-; Us a Trial l
MV.h.ive the thing in mn'non .ollal': .
: :and :Mis 1n.: !. Lnttn of Syrati /r.tI.- fort" ". on Mondav; ii-ii-ivcd the '
; to 'avon mon( ) \* l later'!< il-1,' fAMilY OUTFITTERS
e, :N. Y., wenrooent visitors here, I sad. news of the death of I 1'i-' I IIIIPI.. Pinto, ..I'! fine clo'.li: liiautifiilllaundcrtil. .
rcglalelilg, nt the Iraystone; for several I , Harry, I.. Saumlc.: -. in I'lovidfiri1 . CODY & [LANIER[ Childrrn\ r PAK & PEAK TO MEN ,
bothi I KfiniJi) d :.iri\i-! "
I clays.Mis. I K 1. 1"ul1"J"I' si-i \ iivwere,
.. 'normal' l h. i] i-t ingui-Ju-iI fi-oni" 1 tier : t PIION[ 291 116 BROADWAYi
held thenon; Thursday.Mrs. 460 RANDOLPH AVI. I
: f. I". Smith :Miss: Kllis: and i "I.I.t ti 'st, ,.ild I 1 can be. revii-ed u id pie' "

the \vieknd 1 at the ii-uyslone; hotel) : C. Phillip-/O.' 1'. :Mi-Cab', T. -. Ih tin-t ajipeiiiai' >':. of :II fre-h. collar. ,' I ii;;I ;;, ":o+ ''IJ'UIIoI.II'o:: :; :=! ::>'V 1I4; "','U7JJ.i"'iJi:. ...A'CV"1"' .k' L ,

:,1 ,' spending: a f'w'l' \." nt the Paris ami D. \Vi 'kllr; all now spendiijr \Vi- -rll them 1" for J.'ic. W'ar" Ih', III i I

',- Clraystono hotel. i s'-inc' time at Kissimmee" I'.lrK. on hat It siilc-- al a cost of 1 e rut h, I t

I visited KisMmmee :Monday.: ; The flip nod,, thiiiwi, uvvuy. Doll.tc! 'Liuul Stole.

Ft.Mrs.:Myers S.V., where. Lawler she left went Friday to visit for "Water was made I.ily.in" the Faiilmnk's boat !I Mr,. E.: L.: Westfall returned Sun- I (1 RA- S T0NE" HOTEL" ::1

her sons, W. ;M. und S. W. Lawler, jr.,. ''day where ,she was called I by, it ,

"Tri'nd their wives. The men's Bible class of the. Presbyterian 'daunt' df her only brother, G. I D. Rich. "ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA"

church was organized last Before returning horny she visited '

Mr. and Mrs. A. JerrisQn,' Qt' Portage Sunday and the following officers i her mother, :Mrs. S. (>, Campbell, of KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

...r..II::'. J ..4} Wis., arrived Friday from elected: teacher, A. S. Nelson prcsi I i Breckinridge, Mich.; her son, Frank It now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly of the Mount Washington
the
: 1 Louisiana, where they spent past dent, S. A. Bogue; vice-president, T. Westfall and family at Toledo, Ohio, I
months."FRANK"Stallion. Bretton Woods, N.'H., and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Link offered guests by
two J. Farr; secretary, J. E. Stewart; and another son, S. A. Westfall and

for service. $6.50 treasurer, T. R. Moseley; chairman of family at East Tawas, Mich. Mrs. Kissimmee Golf Club. Many improvement now being made in hotel and ground

,, spot cash. Money refunded if no membership committee, J. B. Hale; Westfall expressed herself as glad to .4 CORRESPONDENCE, SOLICITED .' ,y

tr" conk Wood for sale.- Drop me a chairman prayer meeting committee, escape the snow which was seen on 4t
? Moseley chairman missions her return as far south as Memphis,
\\I f postal card. Henry Sjaarda, city Walter ;

at Old Jack Keene Place 10-tf ( committee Mr. Kenton. Tenn. - kph

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PAGE I ,- THE. KI5SIMMEE V ALL E T 'C A Z E T T I FRIDAY MARCH _

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1'where prohibition has Wen establish- : p Unrl* prwM-nted an affidavit. of
dork |Bnd auditor. Joh, .1 'avl., Co. ._ Ola. Hathnwny In whl.hIhe. late* that
car. paup..r" on"r'" dlitrlct be oonHtltuted A HIOT
"' : COLUMN I I ed. The only thinR I regret-about this Th.. m<-*- I mm U deiHwIfnt, upon.. h..r...own'n..t vltort.m'
W.C.T.U. that lh< chairman nnd Iho ,imlnute* ot the Co. "" 'Ad .." nnd road in board uixl C"ir !.>/' auppnrt, nnd that h" phyaUiliy
prohibition ta .
law it allowsvliquor --- ---- ppn whl
IHHI .. itUko h-r support." h
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n-KUlur lIIelO"gread and.approval k -----2 .. flled: the clerk wan liiBtl luted In . abl. to '
| to be shipped inte this state-but it " I: 't' il'lf"h&: ", ,,::: :: ., nnld 'petition Jvtth, th* tmritril" wait |l.a."ed'I''. Iho March.,mooting.Ther .-' .
I r. rat J.'hilon. appeared .Ix-foro th.. ."WII' ...nd bl"n k" to oll'lc..r"' ._ hlfl olTlcn and anecrlnln If unuie. w"aorr"'l't l lln' flO. furl h.',. bunlnemi be.fur .
"Modern invention hat banished the will iot be long before an. amend, hoard and iiHk.-.l them la Appoint UBrar R. _.. I.unf<*r. commission ___ :__ nnd npart lit th* reifular mv< Ih..1..1.> f iJiy" ndjourm-d to meptfon
whatever Klmcnoiifi DH r lll<' lri |)iTor for ]J| L.-H liiKratn. coMrt tooal n_ _ ( of Jhe board In March. I( tin- nth <.111.ot. March. A. r>. 1 16.damn .
spinning wheel, and the' same law of I ment prevents any liquor trlft. Nu. .4. M lierjiup' ii th"> board rt.iilimiiidi. .- twltm for Co. !>booklet ._____ The ; 1-nlK-- iM-'liiur' the nrlfular' invvtlngr/ of thboard. . .
( < Hf .r HltnmxiiiB. ; HH c-ntllu OHLvolit' Hdw. bolird puHHtHl a rfaolutUin < .. I ,
progress makes'the woman of today from being handled here im|,<-<'l..r ttor UUtrlct. No.4, ai r..- PniN-d' I luck Co.tnt Co.: up."rtaJ"'r':;;Ii :g (' thet rim.la 'In "..I" 11I'0IH..d "',,, .. M38LKY. I IA e
dl.. UK i *
'. will devolve the task <'u..I..d. ron "Upon _
__ '
you Ma umiipr Vi. ImnhBC '-'h..lrman.
grand '
her > Mnt-
than
a different woman JII,'. W. J. llnrbfli aiipvnred bcforv'lhn l4>d. via,, and .(ho .ainouiU to l I"> : :
mother."-Susan B. Anthony! of keeping the stats forever free from I., ....1.1'. "nd Hlnt..r ( that which' hag been the '.curs of humanity H .iHliiiid wait In' ,hml. nhapif/ andaNkvd fI... 'lu. Mr Oulf U K eo.. nun H U -
llu-m tu nlhiw him tu repair flilrk. At e... tnbacco to It <1 ....
Fra hiM '. ,rin<'e time began. I gpeak as Bum.i iiaulliiK'. : HnwduKt wrern n<* d-i \\'. >l. liron. hay to'It __"-0__ j jQuliiir ..
n <-<. Men' have enacted laws ''in twelve lone who knowp, Day after, day I sit Mr.1 '1"J..r. tu miiko! nc ,Bary repair ,, )11.... Ih,,,... II Tlndall. lumber__ : UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK
un nald I..d. How.-II
in my"office at the' city' hall and hear Mm Ila8B, mip lo K O
K tales giving ,wonien the ballot on 4 :itnml: II.I; n<-r..dA i.vJ KnHH r>ri> c-npl um-i-ola ll.lw.! Co., order Krv lore .'
; I c.itizeii'n troubles, and ninety-nine' equal terms with lhem!'elvell. With one <- ..f NarcunxMi-n niikliiir that tho KIHMVaiI.. \Vk. w'rk these solid : arc due.to' drink.I lilxlo' lllKlMvny '...h'.n. Klsalmmci- \\. to, f Urn.I, exception states are a bodyin I have learned to hate it ii...1 M.-lliuurnv. rum. oul at :Ashtoii.UBinf MiKri-itln, Hdw. Co.. "iip. K O____
the western halt of our' country. .bflnir! a neutrnl! |I"illl to bolh HI. l\\ K, C C .. muUi fJed ,
"I want to gay that' 1 am tired of j'I."d| | IIn11 NnreiiuHHi-o: iiml. upon Inv.mlBalH'ii I''L.U.tVr; Ai J'i'.a:; .- nuiiplics: to U.Jt .
It is -modern: proveib that "the It wan I'MIII<| that nnl 1,1 l roail' ) Farmer ___ n____ ------ -- '" .
hearing men say to me every 'day nit .Kli.iu .M .in mini mtat-licil to pvtltloii I.11"011." Hdwi (' cream" of the population moves west r... p.m.I and 1"'ldICO| | ruiiii Liver Tone" Will Clean Your
'W.- it bo enfo ('ed. What's tllatrlct Jim SlK'panl." bai'KerlnK, for coici "Dodson'i Liver Tono
II. can't of PcxlHon's
bottle'
ward." ItJs-Rrobable tha). -the men of throiiKhii the use of having it, anyway ?,f I can <- c adjacent states would have enfranchised II I II 11..1 or |,i'tjtlin for r -and will-make this law absolutelyeffective .- M.r.Ouiit.. I.. It. FroRt. Mr. K Will //t..llins. barbei-lnx, for convl your
women hnd the womn 's vote in Sea ttle'h.i e I am I; K. H I'I.IKF.. H MuilHvll and ,V. II, fii l >,-c -- ..- and. Can .Hot Salivate. calomel.; U won't iniiko jou 8,
\ '
Dot proven a benefit in everretfpect] I mayor." I I'IIA IllllnianMr.. A K. KroUBt ntul C"ai t J. f, Fai- I i-.xtiKlailu in. (}nI.l ouKliman Cypri'MM, ; rond'Li..j.. ._____Co._ _:_, Calomel makpn roil sirk : vcm lonn, a and jou can "|iit an.>,tliiii|; you wan _
arter having been given u fair tiial ; I IK M u.Mll.'lll'.l. ;_n __ lli.fo_ _,..... tll.t.n' l.._.u.. :.....'..t. _Bh.l.... u* *: II.., \V.t..dull ann.1-" > day's work. Calomel' J Is'quicksilver amiit without ..III'III801 \'IIt..tJ. Your druggist:
.>.1 that It the .. .a.r 1'' ;;iti' 111; : 'icliai'ii i i _...::::..I. i will
j WHS de lre of Home of 1 < OM ii. .i. .dalivates enlotncl injures liver. guarantees' (lint each HK) infill start
by their neighbors. __ __ ; your
II'Sllm.: rUOMISINOHKKKI : the f rci'h.il.l.Tp In I he <'uunt Y. that I lie 'S M HOK.TR. KUard -n. ,
.livn.llnu. clerllon. ticcalled for the entli. III .1. ouulnn, pHlntlilK Cl, lioun ; ., If you are billon; f<4>! lazy nhiirgiflli your Inrr, clean your bbwels awd.Btruitrliten "I'-a:
No clans ever infranchised them- ) FOR FLORIDA .. coiint> and aahi-d the board. toroiiHldev T M. Mura''')'. cost JAa rr'''- and all knocked out, if your Ixmcl* nroconstipated you up) by niornintf ,,or youget f'.r-
.. i-e'ves ara exception Hiioh call After hearlnK tlwIn'r roit CBJIM -- -- ------------ - and lieail. oclirn orB
women ; no ; I your luick. C'liildren gladly
dlHeiiHKed from lioth, nldea, nnd I. II, ItiKram., cnnl Jim. 1'rtmott your money
therefore men are rel'uon"ihlewher. Pastures make cheap pork. Therefore after Invi'Htlitntliiii. the e onfiil of tukc Dodxoa'i Liver Tone because it. I I.
<-t ever women have received the ballot the hOle that is a (rood: tfrarer is 1 the Janunrv moetlnK for. Kpeelal' roa.l III M. H..'..... V4-K4.al>lfK tu It O.. of using sickening, tmlivnting rnlomel.Dodson'n plrunnnt. tastinj; and doesn't grijxj or
111".1 hrUtue dlHtrlct In .. C 13. Carluwn. oolYIn At burial of make tliem nick.
and in state where this gift in in demand whereever Ion pagturi"M .m'JMI..o'.r.M! cramp or
every mrilicine.
); :; IilKlrltt' Liver Tone is real !li\rr -
No.3 had been di
theirs, there are more men than wo >p"" n.. ar.. avail1, ':. Tne Hampshire the reiiulHlte f mimher:: duly of ;K'lrmter: "" b\* d ,i In. K: KVUMH.uauper T'n.i.ij.: ; j.- ---:: :: (:::: You'll know it next morning. because '. I ajn wllinjf, millionn of bolllcB ofJVulxon'a
vol.TB K ,IKI arc fn-i-hiil.l.-rH: reBldlnir In H. 10 Kvaim. "ratiK<* Co. Fnlr-- 'will wake foiling 'tint, I-lvrr Tone \\a jx'ople who havefonml
men. promises well for Florida. It ,,aid territory! nnd panned a rennlutl : ,1C K: )o'nlrh"k.JI>llrH to 1')0' you up[
Tr.., ef enlllnir an ,'I".llul1. t.t Ueetde whether .1011 llt.Hcnhelm !t4)xe) ,--0.' .Rhof your liver will be vorking, your liemlarlio that tii,. pleasant. \'<-'taMe) liver
testimony governors, legislators ranks among the best grazers and, fxmmlflHloiier H HlHtrlet' No. 3 nhould t., H O __ ___ __ _ ___ __. _ and dizziness, gone, your tomndi medirinp tjke the plniMof il.ingeronscalomel. '
and officials in equal suffrage according to C. L. Willoughby, professor lio a npeclal ron<.l nn.l' lirldK district, W Miller team. 1o Co. 14 d.i.\n will lie eweet and Itowelri ref/ular. \oii : . Htiv 0"0 b,1 tie on my sound, "
j the .. 1.1. .. fe.*
dute of the < | Cllon lielnK net f 1 ov..r.\r. .-', relfnHv it pd.
ir
states< is unanimous In declaring that of animal husbandry in, the March llth. A. II. 111111. The followliiKperniuia < 1 I. 1"... and Btatw j.rlHoti.TK. will feel like work hiII'. You'll hI'! i'lioer- reliable guaruntca. Ask, your druggist _
the woman's veto has always been in University of Florida College of Agriculture were apiiolnted to nerve IIKnianntiern J 1... llnrRravo. Kroc.'rlri.* paup<*r ful; full of en..rb'3''Igor and a.mtJiUu".1 about me.'h5 .
of : burial
nald .I./I"n. viz: J \\ 'rhtlln".on."tTln
favor of the protection of the home, it is one of the most prolific. I I'rerliifl Nit 4.(1 Cloud.: I Kd. QeorBiSamuel -. of PHUIMT :_ __ ___ _ _ n__ __ ---
: r.rammar. J. K. Conn IIIKIB. J I. ( ivi-rmn-ct. expn-mi. i,d. for -
children and community; also'that These two points grazing and prolificacy and, I P K. Morgan, clerk1'reelnit Cn on liookl.-m - L ' ,
have conducted their campaign !No. R. Crab they have been recognized by breeders I T"II"" '. \\ K Nettl.-B. H P. UaulrrHonniBrn. ,: V C K Hy. fri.lirhl .n brick --
in a rational, systematic manner. all over the country nnd Mike Slmmonx.. <'lerk.I'leilnet Citof Kl Cloud' ctllvort -
N.I \'ar.Mi.iHK-o H L. Knun. \'- St Cloud: Trlbunv. l tem-nt ofnpprnprlntlon
Women voters choosa, candidates of -As a breed the Hampshire's are M. 1. "1"1 nclll II. 1). 11. Hull mprn I of Co. fun.In _
instead of to I 1110.1! FV Hill. .1..rlMiHwrn < I'ald. Itllln wet.1 nrdcr.-il "...
moral integrity clinging smaller than the other lard hog types. .
I 1H'"lIr"I.' . .1 K Uupf. taii I ft'',in thenrl.iux fuiiilH. UK .
party affiliations. j It occupies a pla.r& between the bacon . i -A seaHrl .
bon id nnij HKk.il. Hi in, to. eall an mlHexKlun ,- Pin.V KorfvlHlli-. \ _ .___ _ :!
Six of the twelve equal "suffragestates and lard types. American puckers I ].,",', . .if th<< hoard on thI'MIl It..a.I "I'll,,,,1. .P _ _ __ m MMT GuVKU '*. '
llllt ..r I-1. Ill' 11)11 \ v\ lilt h '"|111' 'I 1'"I.ltdlFun,1 H
secured prohibition: and! prohibition :I usually class it as baron while Fni- Hi. l'n'ti.1, aui..l KI nr.'intTli ; "I"! rl.il .

campaigns aie now on in the h>.-h and Canadians object to it aslii .. .",,- II.ti.'iii.l.. f..II."I"Instiu." ",I..I."'IInl.Hi., rl.-rk Cltv .t/.f. i fU.Mti.u Th.Ti'> iiMiir.M'H.li.il.in.: .<.*s. i "..pntl n hand 1 '" ..\..". Sf'SlfflJ! .EUt HI j L

t-ix other eiiial| suffrage states.< I| If the 1 of prohibition wn* it K much like .. .Miiitv piurhiiniiiN.,1 1 A.I'm, f. II .. :
'ci| >0ftion I too the lard type. , 7 .1 \\ , ..ffh ,,,,1! Kin. ill'
.u . ,, ,... __ I :| ': '
I .1
,, ; .1 <
I i>ft ti" t tin- women of the nation tornoirnvi I, 'I 1 IIP quality of HiimpshiK1, fk'sh, 1. "d 0..d. ..,"I'....1'1'"'., ,,.'.",,i I..| I i f.ilr: ivni-j.,.,... ". ,",..,I . );"...1 ;

, tho map of the United, Slalom I I 1 lumt'M'r, K good. It carrier n luirlip , ." .. .., '.initu, full. ll. .. ; ".,. I." ). < I. 1 : ftJust What Contractors K2cdMn
\I .",, ,,,.. .,,,. 11 . ... f7 .I J. 11 II "" 1.1:.
.. ,'..1 -.Oil J." ..::1 '.. :,:: . M'ceiit of lean. and it- usually linegi.tiiKil. , -.I... .. I... "",.'".1.11...:. <'filII''II".I. -;... .., I' .... I
. . "" I' :-;.. ::
I'oi half; ti "century' the women of I. In caily maluiity and feeding "I"' "I'" '"',' ... ','I,, I. ,,\ $:II'1.I. II" ....... r.... ,. ': I' .. ::1 : : Stock Made io Order
.. ,, ... . I' -,;.. j I or
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iiMinm' .staff. hll\ (' p'liti"n'd theirtalc <|ualitic.tho Hampshire --,(-<>in< toIK 11.1.. 1.,1 '. ."11 .., -;.. -. ;
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11'' '' I. " " In "" t tI'I'.J
submit, j uul stiffiau .. ,.. ,.. I'' -,;'. f1 I
legislators to < <| I I fixi.ig! ali inflict\ ,inn to those who I. " ''' ,' ,
,, ,, .
<- ti> tinvoti's> Their, "MMjuest' hah me" giii\\ing' it. It i i. an aitive, hardy ., ..,. 1'.1' fl" j"II:. 10"1. "hI .U'' I T..II. I-lM-iiius
Snittiril stcclnf ill kiixK -
'en denied though less impoitantU lifo! "l and 111'1.'h..., .. tho deinan.l '1" f..I\\.." ., 1.,11-, \\ .., .. ....lInl'.1' I 1" ." .." ..10. ,.., ', I.....' ..I ( : : a v ,
.. ..", .., .1 .. ".. ... .!. . .Io ,... ..1.1I .1.1, II,. r..lt.\1"" ..II. ,,... .
| -tion- ha\ (' .been. gi\en rcpe.iteillyto ) .':it-lls foi' a "mall hoir and uhkre" pasture I : I. I.-I. .....""",..,..1' u. ,,.. oJ -I': ::. ."". \11'" n.... .",
1 ... . . .., '. ... .., ,,
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: \ J. "'" .1111 .. ". .I. .1"" Th, .." .11"
the d*'< iMon of 1 the \otei foiins a large, )pail of the feed. it. ,.' 1 :., ..,,, .V ""' 'c. 1.. .. -h..1. .:f.; .... ....11..1. .
Womenlio ha\- rnciil.ited peti-i I should good Jesuits. \'",", .,.",,1,11 ..,,, ,", 't I..,,,.,. -_ 17 ":" -.:.., '" 1..1, ..r II. "" 11 ', 1 , I Iirl\vix; ( d.! in \ nrit'ty-:\ ..]i, I lircli.! cc(.da; r. < ln-rry,
gn e .. .. ,. , .., ,,,,, ,.'.. ,
\\ I' \\.011. l """11 r. I "" \ II. J OJ I f I r. I''
tion.s, aie aware that they are placet! : --- .1..1", '.,i.l.l. .111 r.., 1..1. :!.. q.J .. -," II. M. "" ,..." ""..! .11.1 cypress, Illahogall; \' maple, oak iind \\ lulf. '..
The .J ,.; .:. J.iintoi _ r....".. .
in greater publrcity :lI1d l unite Tieasury Depaitment hasaxMiixled ., .dI' .. ..... ..,.
'' I M \ i siifl' I1 KI -1. .1:01": .f :" 1'
c-ulo] and criticism far moie than l'Idi-1 the contiact for the erection il: ,, \I n urn tn. HI t ;i.f' J.til -- == ; .::: i i1 iT ,.. ".1".1 ,...I :0'1)0\.1' ) ..
. \1 M "".'hItnluf, J 'u\' .', 1 :.! ... ....., 1.111 In ,'a.,' ..f :<.... .. The MerrilUStevens Company
men' who register their opinions on of a go\ernment building, St. \I1"1" ItiiliM, of .*'. 1 :: .." / I', ...II "' "" .....aml".1 \" '.., . \
I ., .. ..; .. ..,, . ... ., .. ,
.f I. II" .II' ( d. i I kIL ..11.11 r. : 1 f..1 ) ,11 .r "
the ballot The men of the four eastern i Augustine to cost $!HI,000.>! ,.; I';" "'" r 11. m "i ii ". ,:, ,,,, I : : ::.; .1;: :; :.:
New Yolk Pennsylvania J. i ; "fit in< i .i pi" Io:1III'd.i I"" '''' Th i 1,'rlt 1..11",1.. l.lll ,." : Good Service
I I u Quick
suites. II! \V .\.hlo". i I1IUI ,"1.1 "...1... ;'. .." \\ S pe.iii'.> Cur u '01 k .t,,n.- .. Delivery
New Jl'l'IocylasKllchusettF; <, that lecently of the !i .1 H KV''tlM' "''alll...'''''..... P III..,, : P..11S.: IIU.,1 H..I.1. lltl.l. IllH.' > I..1.1 ,
Proceedings S :M :M, i'|..1!.I.MI] inn i nt*'IIHIUPMi I.. .... fI..1I\i Mr Peart- euiir.Hiiu 1)1) .
held t the most< energetic equal . .. ( 'oinplch') lincscarric. l inJotlo..k. Ih-sL cciuipjiftliiiiitliiiic
.
!* m i>\ ">itiM\ 111..10.1 i u _. ; "" liiit ill.. w.I' 1'''Inu iloii. "I'h. _

suffrage campaign on record cast 1'-1 *Minn< i in u' I t'II"!;tit. .1M f : ".mil:main I:ntMis :: !.__ : : : :::: I I1. 'luiatd tlimtM of ti.ini,r.iniintnsl.inerH the. loud.. vim..1,111 i\f wa| ., :shop) in Soullicjisl for !sjn'cfjil: \\'iuk.A . .

225, 621 votes for suffrage. One .. County CommissionersI : . .Ia",- 'I'n.(... ,,,,.Int.I _n_ ', ,,,, ,i\',..r for Anthtr -HllKntlon
I .Kt.Link. ":\I"'M. ma Int. u __ _ _ __ ;, .." I Th.'r<- 4iein>r no finther' '; .- :
tion judge reports that as far as he I Will I, -f. main I _ _ _ _ nn. ;. "" fiirtt t th.. tiounl.' upon motion. tna.i C't.! oomplHc' force of t workmen rcjuly( : for mini
who0(0(1\ against I I. H Indium. < ""1lnl.: ..".' lane 4 miW dulomiVd, thitto.irtl. ailt"urti
observed the men I I II Cia\\foid eont. :Mnlone cue i: MH. I tnt. at h a. m. un the 1J!"t h .. ..nork al all times. Particulars :lllll'i" liul1s
it were ignorant or foreigners' who Klndimmee. Fla. ,1 U I Ivei ..lr..I. :Mai.Hie eawe. :i! *..1 F..hi' unrv. A I. 1QIr.1 1KtHKtmme ;
K.-tirunrv 7lh, 19111.Th. J I. l\erntr.'el. ennt In Co. ('/.n Til 77 *.. Kl. K..b. 1 !*. 1
had to be helped in preparing their .. H"nr.1 of ("oun'v ..ornml..lon..roIn \. H Inifrnm. eont In Co Ct.. 133.34 Th. hvaril of (.ount \. < <..mmI..Hi on !short notice. Wire, phone or write us.
: "nd fur 0..1" CO InI\' ",.., on 'h.' W H Crawfotd. nal I Prow All >' In .iTitl 1 f..r >Hr<'f.la rmtntx n>.*| .
ballot """v.. d"l... I h'I'e IwinK ...... A. I .Tin; 1. l ir. to a..h. 1. lillC_ 43333 nnt to n,Hournmotit of hrunr\' <
President Wilson voted for equal lIa.. ... and Youn.. Tlnd"lI. ....mml".I..n.. AV. n. (Crawford eonxlctlon fei.K 35(1( (00 1 16. "t HI. tn thlTi* In*I HIT lit
.., ". .Inhn. H. Cnd..l. ...Hlnly ""...rr..y.Rn.1 Jack \\AnhlnKton wood Ct house T- !-..:I..v. ( hnlrman; R V. i Merrill-Stevens Company
suffrage in New Jersey and Secretary : .1. ... .\.r..t"...'. ...I..rk and ,,"dlt..r.I.rd .laikVffnhinjrton.. wood Ct. HJ. 20ftKlnn. I A. JB........ Younw Tlndall, W F
: "Jollrn..d unUI 111 ft. m.. F"ru. W L. P IlKhtn Jan. .. _ 19'4! > er. coniniiHHiom-rH John K. (' ,. '
McAdoo voted for it in New ..ry 1o.h. U16. < I. Itandv. eoinmlnnlonn *__ _ fr7.3nJS. torni'V' for the board ant] J. L. 600 to 654 East Bay Street
York. Of course, equal suffrage was Th.. "..ar" m"1 at 10 ... m.. )o ..lIru/lry : novd. wood to R. a.. SOfttaceola Btr*>ft. *.It'tk and auditor .
I \I ' T.>1. Co., phone rent I1 F 4.40K. Th< moottnpr! M'RH callf.l io ord Jacksonville Florida
defeated in these two states by 428- I :. 'tl'.1\ .1 l:::,:;: 'L;: ..nrA. 1>. HOKaii fee fall term Ct Ct 8.BOI the chairman nn<] a jVtitlon .<
'. F, D""... Youn", Tindall. 'V. F. 'Val. II. Inirram. feed prlnonern Jan 8.-0 25 pf-r cent of the r..la'.r..1 '.-. \ ,
359. votes,, but it vls,,an encouraging I k..r. conllnl".lo".r... John H. C"d..l. J. A. !McCarthy, cost inquent!" n. T "r.:1:< in commiSRlj, ,n<'r'ii dlHtrlct ,

outlook aht<.more)than. ;Va4 million of., . .. . - '.... y. ..._,. .-_.. "..-:..
'
Intellilt'n o 'la'or -

'of it;. II:=. .' ;i/,/, '- r .'.-. ,.."...",. ",,)'\C\\. '.,.. '' ' .'J'.- ,.' .'. "W.. '., .J.,'". .' ,.'':-I..c"'t'..;,,\"".,.'., f.ri." ; ,, """ ..,". ',

The .lIquor|in those traffic states is thoroughly, probably entrenched it Puff your way into the p


has laiger capital invested, than in I

any other four states in the union. It : of Prince Albert A Brighter future Than Ever

fought l>ol
giving, the ballot to women. It used' -
for Florida's Citrus Industry
money as fieely as there was opportunity

to win a vot.e_ or a (community I ,

against it, and it is | undoubtedly responsible Go ahead, quick as you lay in a stock Sometimes'' it isvise.. to stop long enough to find

in these for the four defeat states of equal as it suffrage hag of the national joy smoke Fire up a out where one's.. affairs. are getting to; iSuniueHH

been in other states.I pipe or a makin's cigarette as though: men have learned! the value of frequent "taking

count it the true chivalry when you never did know what tobacco stock."


us men the say highest of women privilege, "Come of share citizen-with bite and parch meant Now i io!! a splendid time for men in the citr R

ship the ballot we need your counsel Prince Albert is freed from bite industry to Jook into the progress that it has

in public matters as we need it in the and made and study present conditions as these in.dieate -
parch by a patented
home and every walk of life. We are I process the future.
:
ashamed longer to usurp that for controlled exclusively by us. You

which we would shed our blood rather I'' can smoke it without a comeback Demand for good oranges and grapefrui

than lose it." r I of any kind because P. A. is real will l be found greater than ever efore and! grow

The women's vote in Chicago isI tobacco delight. ing rapidly. The! marketing of tjie( cropn} of the
revolutionizing the city. It has secured ,
citrus State' in done!
a mayor who has enforced for great '* more intelligently and

the first time the saloon Sunday closing more systematically.

law and has begun a cleansing\
in Legislatures! of States \\hirh! grow citrus
campaign of law enforcement every

ward of the ..ih'. 250,000 women vot- ; CRINGE fruits have recognized the !importance/ of the

xi 1 in Chicago I last election. That num- i industry! l by> laws. for i its protection.' The, Federal

l>er of women with the biillot has government has made! a national issue> o

greater power than all the women of the of
preservation' groves.Cilrus .
Illinois without the ballot. ALBERT

Women are us patriotic as men and i iI trees, maj )I". pl.inted' ( today \\ ilhgreater
convinced that their country
when
i assurance ,of, j.rolitalile, returns t than at

', to needs thiir theirote ion\ utioiis.they- Uood will; l ptoxe News.Seattle's loyal. I the national joy cmoheFor I IJ any previous; time. The piudcnt man will putout

. --- t -. onl}' varieties )tylaptcd' to liis locality." A Nohe

1. ) Mnor < to yet trees that Im'i or

In an informal addicts to ChntianKndeavoieis has done for thousands ./.II /.4 If '" I II' and "hejilth grown hy a responsil.le. nursery. inliiisimNH
iccently :Mayor Iliiam C ;
_ -1 &" to stay.liuckeye .
cf men not only in tho "
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Gill; \ declared 1 that he is tired of hearing "

.;, that piohibition la\\' cannot be I States "but all over the -- Slx5 ., m-.r. : ,,,., Nurseries catalog The best season for planting
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_, enforced and insisted that he \\ 111 I worldj It will give you tolls a fctory every citrus citius, trees is at band.Don't .

.;. make it effective as long as he i is in a correct idea of whet a fi: Krower should re 'd. If delay to clear your

office. In these emphatic terms he- smoke home- On tho "--crtc** of f M you have no copy write now land I pipe or a .
tin you will ri *d i
he intends to foster for Sent free "
gave assurance that rolled should be. nte respect for the law .and make it a cigarette i m<*d thrum men
if< fc whom on amokvJ bi f,
ctern reality: Get this Prince Albert pipe-peace and makm's-peace message, Buckeye Nurseries

"I can, and will, make effective this in prohibition Seattle you men who have "retired" from pipe and cigarette-makin's pleasure; you I M. E. Gillett D. C. Gillett

two law months absolutely after the first of the who have never known its solace 1 Because you have a lot of smoke pleasure 1057 Cit zelll Bank Bide., Tampa, Florida #

year-because I. last that long. And .. you quick as youpack-your-pipe or roll-a-cigarettcj with P. BREAKER-BARCLAY REALTY CO. : -
04WJP rnA* Tt PVMAMm fv*
my successors can enforce it if he kmeij4titat- >r>3iTjH[*. get and make fire I Itijy Agents, Kuiimmce, Fla. ...L "..'
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wants to."You !" tin kmMr* :W in
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a fertilizer than the ground: raw rock 1 ed before the trouble goes' too far. In SANITATION PREVENTS' Jacksonville, aind rrangt W have th -

1 Where it is desirable to use both some cases pruning the affected parts HOG 'CHOLERA n INFECTION' hog cholera serum readfor .Inune-

Agricultural News NotesFURNISHED of these materials this spring,. it will be sufficient;, but in others'' .tystsmatlo .- One of the greatest dreads of the diate use. Destroy all,dead bodies)'by. ,

FLORIDA would be well to apply the limestone spraying: must be done. hog raiser is hog cholera. Prof. C. L. burning prevent further'spread of '

BY UNIVERSITY OF immediately and if' good growing Dusting with flowers. of.sulfur helps Willoughby of the animal husbbandry the disease. Pastures 'on which cholera

COLLEGE; OF AGRICULTURE weather occurs the acid' phosphate some but it 1.i not so effective as department of the University of Florida hog have been grazing will be

.. I might be applied in eight or ten weejcs some of the recognized fungicides.! says that hog cholera i Is the most safe to use again for .unlmmun zed

I POISON BAIT KILLS MOLES sistant varieties.' The Brabham andIron I I as an after dressing. This will un- Among those which can be used are contagious and fatal of swine diseas-' hogs within 4 "to 6 months. ,, ,

: IN PEANUT' FIELDS "doubtedly entail additional care and lime sulfur\ solution or some of' the .fg. All'classes and breeds are 'susceptible. ( -
are more resistant than tho'other' -- -
I ....:..- varieties., recommended some additional expense, but to get soluble sulfur compounds ammoniac, It Is caused by small germ .
They'are for ,.
/ the best results these extra precautions . : al] iolation'of carbonate. and that quickly spreads to unaffected a .n, +
Do .moles bother 'your peanuts land infested with root-knot. It may I I ITIIRIPS copper : an- a boa4"EED
. are-necessary, i bordeaux.mixture. Bordeiu, however Imals. Sick hogs flowing! streams
They are fond ,of peanuts'1 and some not be possible to obtain all the'seed ,
times the I is objectionable... because it atains the which receive, the drainage from Infected -
damage crop considerably.They necessary to plant the whole crop buta REDUCE CITRUS 'YIELD $
hot only eat the seed and thus swan plot for seed should be, plant leaves.' Iota? people, dogs, or' carrion
ed I Tin!' !first treatment which} Professor birds; anytliipR\ that comes from infected
cause poor. stands but they root under to Brabham or Iron or a small plotto .. the! Inaects"ln
1 the plants as well. A, P. Spencer each.IDUVAI.. See jlittle',yellow the I Rolf ,recommends where the plants. pens and animals may carry

district agent for' the University of orange' bloom\ They are thrips. I are 'badly. infested, is pruningTake the disease to healthy herds. r lVe entry aU the

:Florida Extension! Division l reeom- I COUNTY CLUB BOY Thrips.feed on the stamens and petalsof out all the parts which; are severelyattacked A large percentage of loss f1'0111' Ii lendlullandstand.rd I V".II.. ... that '
citrus .flowers. If there are plenty which"show- hog .cholera dud to carelessness h" 10"11 he.t.d.
and alt on
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bait for them. __ 1
poison .., ,
jnends INTENDS .d known
TO WIN AGAIN I .10 10" t
of blooms and few thrips no particular the of the breeder, lit' lots .
X. Soak peanuts In arsenic water and black blotches Then follow. with theJflUClors I part hog Idupl d I. OUII
a I l ,harm. will 1! .I be done, because many I,I"PI'U.I l and peas are kt'pt in unnifari condition 5..11. and ollmnt.N. .>.
$ them In the This- m.k1I.tn.dlnl
should ean.Mw
taco runs. Floyd Smith the who thecorn .
boy won of the blooms will dfop anyway, but ''I i j l by the use of air !slaked, i lime and 1 'II"I. ',.
be done before the crop is club in Duval mrul nf the
planted. prize last I II i
1 county if there and few -( '
arc many thrips OF'SI11U'rg ( )1I1 tal'.di il1f"l'tal1tl.( and( all animals. F. n""n Iii crop
the and the poisoned USE
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Open mn place year, intends to win again thes area,
I year.Floyd blooms the yield will he decreased. and people from infected' 1,
coming
nuts in the tunnel. It will be well OF SODA ADVISABLE | f
attended the Farmer's Short j '
I J.'R. Watson entomologist. to theUnl.nitv places are Kept) 11\\1\)' from, tininfect.d sllu: ro rsrCrl:r rl''
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to place a piece of bark over the hole Course at the University .of Florida i.sldl.a.n; ..
I \ of Florida Experiment: I : : herds there is comparatively" little t 11 oM. 11nr1): Its.")
before putting the soil back so that January 11 to 21 and l his. I ,
profited
by '
Station, reminds growers of n spraying Nitrate of soda! is in many vases the dllg( r. 1)] o not' allow the pens to become IIItNIO 'I'rlumpa.b
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the nuts will not l>a covered. I instruction. ; lie went home resolved experiment, curried! on by the? Station : mo.t valuable source of nitrogen, be- muddy and! deep in filth. Clean i '"1.1"' ....."

I to put into practice. some of the\ things. last year. Trees spraxeel;) for ,, cnufe of its extreme solubility 'and heni-jQul( and; ')>rayith clisinfectanlor \r" \( Iurl'I t itaI.IVt'N t'y '

GOOD) SEED) <:018'ES:'; MONEY I I i he learned. jthnps gave;: 00 percent nfore fruit. theu-foie, aailubility. However, there' scatter sluts:'d 1 lime mound the! pen and'pe' iiIMla I the I "'l'or'e' ",,all '

i j G. L. Ilerrington, state club agent!" than the unsprayed Checks. I:'! ol'e some hatmful effects that may : and sleeping quarters| about once :i'weeki II Clop

,Hail seed coin is lve. Sup- I land \\'. L. Watson Duval county (: result from of this. ,
expcn j : If the thiipi' me not numerous they | an impioper) use I Keep the tiouffhp Clean. Pray'. R.'rd.'orn. lflllett
plant field with.* need. j I agent, visited him Febipaiy 11 a-vl:l manual] F. :M.: :' { .2toa uunl. II 5.i'-
to .
pose you poor 'cb" not attack the impoitiuil/ purls of ]I aec-oiding Rust assistant Ily; I nouriAhed mal lice; infected am-1 tI I w erd S"la II'<11'''".:'' pt
A bad stand will result. You will go saw him preparing his'acre.,! He tlidIlIoll1ave I the;' flower, the ovary and receptacle 'j!: professor, of soils and fel'WiI I mala always invite an attack' and arc I: \ Hhut'J"80O'. "sM.,.

to the expense and labor of replant- '' : horse power to break the | Hut if'other flOtIJC'OI111I\ source they ] / .>1s in the Univetftity of Florida College less resistant, than healthy orss. If 1'Ktlffh hnfitr, 1('?(,'n.,1.aw'I" It M. 4

big or you will let it stand. It costs land to his satisfaction, so he yoked will of AgiiculliMc. These injuriouseITerts '! slops, fed that V all. 1I.'n". ". phial.
ntH"k' these parts and cause the ) ; are see they do not nail Ltthind S. .,
no more to cultivate n good stand six oxen to a big l'-.1I'rl npow'] and me, mentioned: H..(...
; blonrii to "np. Th..olel insects leave i: contain large amounts of sclllp\ "powclci -
went to( work Me the
than it does n bad stand. Thercfoie, was driving i the, flower, when the /petals drop but I.Vhen nitrate of !soda comes in '-, c'olfce/ KIOUI d1putiul, stutter! 01an.vthinK 1'U" ''ro 1.1.1TiI.1.111
if you do not replant you will do justus oxen, another boy was holding) tilt : the 'olla..tlith! wet, leaveit i i1- nil'iru.-lilile.. Mien InrnaH.
plow and his father inlhr t young icmain and feed l o'l' the ( green: Butt( 01 lilthy I| and the Ian...". tJahn
much work us if you had u good was following O"UI"al1d icceituc'e!' until they yel- l burns\ them, Ijecnucc 'it draws oiU th. Lice sap the vitality of tile hog II ntl'al1) 14er eat

stand and l. the returns will h.! i.educed.Dr. same fuiicm with n muleanil i )'OW ;and diop., I If they ate not nutter-l; living matter or 1 protoplaMii. Therefine1 '',': \\', r '-is. ,iii<" to disease When I II I,.. rl',

) ) W t'. I Kthendjre; professor of shovel plow. The t tinning/ plow' was oils enough to make the, fruit, drop .. it should l never, be applieel as atop ,, KHiajmir the premises' spiny the hog. tt.'.... l Id l, ,p l I.IIM. 1151( "nI
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i running about eight inches deep and,) | I I,1 sr. .1 C ;, ,Iln ,
in the of Florida
agronomy University ) will when I the j The coal tar dips good in ,' ,. .
1 they eontn.ue to feed on the |I dressing crop is \\et. | me 11dd..s I'ult. I I" .l t 'ol.ginalb.
the shovel\ set about. livelie .
urges fanner' to plant good seed. was .voung fiuit, and, thus mink it. These)' '_.'. A ]long continuous use of intiale' as well' us dixiufc'c-tantK r. I.t, fl.! '. "'"III bile d.-,_ 1
domid '
The chief losses me from, weevil and of plowing the land tUI'ning1''I inch marks which, are talleil| thrip troika, i ilieeoiiU's r 'a I h on a clay sO'I 1 will rmer. tintI I If hop cholera 1 appeals ill the l1l- "In ,a," I. qu, _I. '- rt

deterioration through damp storage. l \"jjIJt.| when the fruit i begins 11.1 I !In ,puddlp.. or run tx-e-llvi.: li "rI mediateiriiutj give special 1 ,attention 1 r
AUMTPAfSTPU IITLTFEEU
ll'ijd will .1 be two horse fa
Seed also lose vitality with ago See a l'nWI. to col 10"" 'lhe,e, like another narks I I. inriniK' the phjsunl; (1I"Ilinll( of to ,..nutation in .1| I k e'p e\it tiling that + .I:' Mek. your han lay. a
some day, \V..tei! him. lie hataI
that the coin i is well matuied, Twist the \ < :" cause the flint" to guide ]lowei.. i iI i j "i, I I. Aoil.. ill such cullttii! i ii Is night ciiiiv tine ,,11"11" ::1\\ u\ % fmm
the ear. If it gives ol squeaks it has lust step, thorough' cpaiulion,
in.ituied 1 in /good fanning. | The I bloom, trop is the most soiouclaniai'.1 I' i"nil to ilij, impervious to w.ite'i the hcitfHot in coniniunioation with E.A.MARTIN SEEI> Co;
ben Th.
not
piopeih
1 ( ( I done by Ihiijis when they art| i d i pla"t: roots and Is not ic edil\) the hog cholera agent of the "e-e'tlcin f1\ry jACKSONVILLr.rLOnjOA. ,/?
health of ho germ ran' 'he delorniiiKtd l Ito | with thc SUite Board of
iiui>u'iou-. I In o yens of scanty bloom] j j..1.' This condiflon is taiisc-d) l hy or Hc-alth
some 'X.t"lIt liy. whiHlinK TakeIt 'I ILl'(; AND : 1 .
I'.tS'II'REi'1 01'"h..n tilt insects ale numeious it '! .1.01'1, alkali formed in the MM! I hy -
out. and if it j is bridle It i is ton cliv, M.\li: ::> : ; tilIJW() .
i is nnpoilant to piotc-ct the tiees., :'<11'.1 'II'I. "pli'atoll] of nitiate I of - If It a is ,0 jiL-Js pullnahldannagrd I
'' \\atsoi ,'oinniends the following I.'h I i bleaks! down the granular -
by nioistiiio. .\ goal germ should cut e elike 1 Inman with rnI
( mind I
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;i piaitual'
: -piliv: 1 Pits ' :olts of rannmerrinllline i -I ll, Inane' t.tL'smy' to (lay "0'1.' Tilt11 -
cheese. It should lie fright likes to \Know what has been dlnerather : l/
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> sulfur" 32:{: smooth and glossy on the outside; than what tan be dint.VelI.)" .
I gallons, ol vvatel Acid to tills one | laid 1 is plowed wet. On a sand> :
I h'le, accoiding to 1 K: S. fare, di -tiict I half pint' nf black\ leafIi o.> 01 other to- I j in" loamy l 'loll. nitiate of soda( ) has no rERTILIIERS

TAIL I (PKOTKCTS con I agent for the University of KHoinla i I bate .'xll'ad.play: ; illicitly into the j| sue.li mjuiious effect. IC |
FROM LAKKS Extension ]>ivision, is what one (i.icls-;,
bloom I IIlullrUn I I un the other hand{ nitiate\ of soda.
I den county farmer did: II. I I". Ic-tiek.! I 1
Ills of the Plot ida Station n.a\, have several l I..n'fkllil effects DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE
Farmers who are troubled with Quincy, butchered' fifteen hog-, .",
I makes\ the following statement. "The aside from its: fl'l'tilizinvlllue/ : 1. It DIFFERENT KINDS OF
larks, blackbirds and moles ill young months 25 days old, that averaged '
I first spinving should' be done afterino 1'11'1(1' oil acidity! to some extentI
corn will find relief by treating the Ito: )'-. pounds dressed. j f (/ FERTILIZERS'While
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of the- shed. of the base
j t pitnls' have This I reason --tioig than '
heed corn with tar. The pehts dig out The pigt' were fl'om11 pul..hn.clIhll'o.JerKo'Y I I the basic elements are the same the' .
,
I may be followed l hy a .sejcondpiajing ale I 1..111I'e! after It has I heat appliedII
the grains just after the coin comesup. hoar and a guide, Heik-\ tiY' amounts of the ingredients vary.
le to fouiteen days later, and by a .!. max act on I h. insoluble, potashin
" ''J In Rome section: they lunin the shire sow. They had the tun ,1'I'a.. FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE
thud ill thus or four wcs'Ks Sprit the silo and! make it available l fat
stand. A. P. Spencer district agent nut, vetch, rape and ne pustules 11 ,
i n":g should\ 1 be thorough since only the plat! 1 I- I MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS.
for the University of Florida Extension with a small feed of skim null twice'' II I '
l hit Killed., This
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hnps" lire 'spiaying
PIMSIOII, recommend that the a day. Corn was foci two. \\,cekhe\ I .4
\\ill I |! also \kill, lust mite that
need. corn: IIP dipped in a mixture of fore butvhering The ration was ellent \- | any: maybe ; : \ Each sack is marked to show the important ,
pi"i "I1t. A second 01" thud 1 : elements.
tar before it in planted.Mix (' for growing pigs and could be MUST ANC f
spinning may not be neeessaiv, especially \
tar and linseed oil till the mix- copied with profit in other sections of rf sprayings for other insect Special Formulas for AU Florida Crops

ture will run well or will make a thin the state. Of course. the skim milkis Write for Quotations.
with linve sulfur are made later..
coat on the grains. A thin mixture not always available] but !some oth- For Sprains Lameness AGRICULTURAL

will lie had by heating. Pour this er protein feed can he used in its Sores Cuts Rheumatism CHEMICALS..

over the corn and then rub the corn place. iIILHEWTTCKS ROSES Penetrate and Heals. INSECTICIDES. ,

in sand. The tar does not kill the
Mildew on be controlledby Stops Pain At Once INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANYJACKSONVIC
birds or moles but it makes the corn DO NOT APPLY LIMESTQNEoAND roses may

I distasteful( them.' Treated corn .,ACID PHOSPHATE TOGETHER spraying ,with 'fungicides. In advanced For Man and Beast25c.
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must be dropped tbyhand.'Jte; : e, it ..,f" 'f,,"':;;, ; '. ,. .... !, ". ,'\'....' ( .j' stages .of the disease, however 5Oc. $1, At All Dealer.. ::E'. FLORIDA. ''
.H1..v"/ @.i'&L,:;, \'\' \ > ,: .11. c'' remedies. are_ apt:to be disappointrngraccording''to'1P.ni L
I will. not'go;: through a'drnijHppPI ,Letters" tec Yi.by' ')P..fij I!!IRolf ; $ .Rolfs7dean of r I

It is not"ad visa yeto .treat all corn dean of the University: Florida College I t LINIMENTFOR t
the University of Florida College of
in this way, but where land is neara of Agriculture, show that 'many
Agriculture. Control must be effect/
hammock which birds frequent i it Florida farmers want to apply lime- tr

may be necessary stone and acid phosphate. this .spring I ._
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-- Dean) Rolfs reminds farmers that these I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee 1-

IM) \OV WANT IN FORM two materials should( not b- applied a

TION: O N DISE\SES: : together Acid J phosphate! has been [ SALE....CASH PREFERRED

Heated with sulphuric acid to tenderit ,

The University of Honda Experiment ,) more soluble and thus more readily One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. FURNITURE ?
Station, is a'l.xjous to receive I available to plants
250 foot front 208 foot Rich Muck
specimens of plants affected/ by any I' When it I is applied' to plantslloau depth. r

diseases that are tiouliling: giowers When it is applied alone it is di"- Soil adapted for Banana or Truck Growing.

Tint service of the institution can lief sdUd in I the soil water after. short
I Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make your
greatly] increased! if faimels; will COopeiate : time and .il-iliuteel through the

n\ inquiring) about diseases" ,I soil In this condition it goes back to II | home pay for itself. i !

which attack "IOJ It is impossiblefor I I the insoluble! firm' giaduallv, Some I j Two Lots.-Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful I --1 pIn

invest igntois to en'miss the' of it remains available. fur iiunu'diatell"e. .
situation facing Lake Tohopekaligu. Ideal
slate, but their work\ can be facilitated : The1 le'inaincler i may hec'onieiiMiil.ible ,

I by the ,'opeintion of fauneis. again litt.'r. spot for 11 Winter Home. A few minutes walk i

/Ir C. IJ. Slieibal off associate plant \\hc-n liinesloiip, is applied I with the ( from Country Club House. Telephone and connection( with our Hardware line we carry a complete 7r

)pathologist to the station '"u I"sts acid phosphate; especi.ilh' in III .t t line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting hornet and

that specimens be pack\ .d so as .to I soil, the two react and l the\ phu.-pltntr: : Electric Light Wires run by the lots. Golf handle reliable

reach the station ill good I condition i I is lexeitc-il tci. the lii5?.Uil"li. foi, m I al'I I, course oit the spot. A Bargain. t(

lie also] asliH that the fainur give his idly If conditions. . are heft the. .1.i ,id .
I Apply VALLEY-GA/EITK. Bed Room Furniture i
Dining
experience) with the disease, just how phosphate is completely i\eitid, t :.ml I ,

it affects/ the plants, how rapidly it.dev..lops thus it bec-oiiK-s no mote \.iluable; u- Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Parlor ;

and any otter information I

that may be available. AS many I Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,
9DONT
stages of the disease as can be found

should] be sent. Select plants or parts I ida Couches, Etc.
1916
of plans which, are just l beginning to 'hrac

show the disease and others vvhith { r 5 o

have been killed or which show the I' atri a Tliii tore i is making a record for itself in the matter of ,

extreme damage. Be sure to send fill I l helping people to outfit homes. Come and tee. Our prices are .t i'i

parts of the plant attacked. A single right. "
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leaf branch or stem may not be .

enough to identify the trouble. I NISS1I 0 $

TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
J PLANT DISEXSE; I :

RESlsrVNT COWI'KVS I 'It J

I No matter what kind of an Engine you hare-Gas, Steam, 1 }

Florida soils> need organic matter' rA Railroad or Stationary Engine--we hare exactly the Tools yon

w more than anything: else. rains The and hot i 7- need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers Oilers,-ete., ,

sun, loose sand, leeching 75 all of the best and
the quality workmanship, and at prices that will .
to
] contribute rapid ,
depleting ,
crops of organic matter. surprise you. Thi..store has the reputation of handling only I J .'.

For disappearance this reason farmers must continually i hardware that is of superior quality and! you will make no mia "W. v

refurnish the soil with; organic | COPY I take in coming here NOW and. inspecting our big stock. ; 1':1:

material.! I '' ::1.'s. ;
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GASES: OR INDIGESTION ;
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.3' On. of th/ First Spring I C9ohery. \ vci. ...elnblesleft< ,, from (Jljincr! dlcc.d.tO' grains of food, ending all stomach !;

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RUBBER COPPER "' .. .,,,!( .' ,. oiie-liiilf cupful milk one-quarter cup gas, acid, or eructations of undigested

TIRES BRASS j It H only IWIIl''I.11I1I't' wo bate togo "" -" !if!. .. f I. New V.get.bl. Tliiejfnr. Cook In.douldo boiler untIl food, no dizziness, bloating, foul 4I I

TUBES LEAD on loilay. fur we have no notion'\ of ; '. :' There lire muse" hotel ,twentjivcci'taMe.s .SJCW Ihld! k! Hnveall ingredient Ice cold breath or headache.Pape's '.: -

t who !It t wits that pointed. 1 nut Hit vajtu i ii d'o. that chow A Hkellhoud of and mixed/tome time before serving sons Diapepsin is noted for its
ROPE SCRAP IRON lot i learning In "| uu-t wll'h'bin' ( ;;* ax 4ji to I.le'el1 blended. Serve on lettuce
(coining Into jri-neral use on the .\IIIl'rl111 speed in regulating upset stomachs.t
they BO." Hut lest j-ouj, uenlli, } 'render! I leaves arulslipd with SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROMPTlY lie .ono., of tlioNU (I.. whom' the Moil] IM ()\ dinner tnlilu\ ; within Zhu( next leujenrs. This make a hearty supper fur five It is the surest, quickest stomach rem-.

Write For Pricelist ht' %- \Vu frankly 'INIITUW, the plii'iisu nullIMISM / Tho eliiihv; of the lioiiMowlft! lt'olntf < person. ,dy in the whole world and besides it

r It nlouu.., to lu! considerably. more OW n is harmless. Put an end to stomach

\\WUNSMMHmLCa Now, we nil UIUMV dater ninny a lineeriiitn ,ilolililcd.' 1'1It.111. lode forty dllTereut Devil's Food Cake; rouble forever by getting a large ,.
] Iw* l luMjj' 1"'lId".1 the lest vi'/:edil.ih's from" 'which Iq plan ; herinenl.s
bar at cliocoInto
657 CRAY JACKSONVILLEFLA. | on Yolk\ of egg, onc- mnrter fifty-cent Case of Rape's Diapepsin ,
i c"s ,, I Tlu'fe lit 110111I.
Mf uf "TaKliitr lliliJt-J, : ii s lhry elude"' Nun t'rtfisr limtead.pt Iwenly. or' four teaspoonfuls of cocoa one-
of the "(II"" ,. from any drug atol e. "JVu- realize in
nboub
,illllirriilly IniVc* w<> teen" n = NIH I | | rpiet/; JII"I'h't. often. Our friendly .. of tliet-o. :,: tivvfeiretahlia.. All have been uiilil smooth; cool. Add four table- I five minutes how needier: it Is to suffer

/ nd\I-,."is |Jute ii.> .wig I to' "".""Oh, do I: and l are" 1'llIg; tirown" and already, hiirewjme *p" nrulH of melted butter one cupful I from indigestion, dyspepsia any

1 i noti.rr.v" ; just" Uvini" lo (1111.(. thliiKM IIH | 1 t uuietAll 4if. 'Kiij.'nr, onc-lmlf cupful of swept i stomach disorder. il'e toe 'qOi.-kest,

they .-1111.." ]K.\Klly; Ko, and] n route! hive been popular' wherever I they molt. In which dissolve ouw' teaspoonful surest and molt .arrnlu8 stomach

F IIII'lh,1 I J of pIXH'eilili'i It I I.* slnct- w e eau \' ....... ;..r; .'1. havel l been tried!, and till cifu. UOW.HI of ...,,111. one and one.1mIf or two j doctor in the world.
J ForaSaleS L'> 'I| nfTe'-t Ihelr cinnlns. and ciMinot tell 1'o' /iro: \\ n at I a profit. luaddltlou.ov'raud cupfuls. of flout. I

,ft I what! f""I111'" or mii-fortniioH" Hie I morrow nliove, the forty" therean* 11"I' slot Kllllngj: One-fonrth of n bur, of "!
\ ,. truly' Imld.. I IItnl I :, -0--i. 01 vetietal'ilen. : : not so new. but" mill, !
chocolate or four tea'poonfuls of cocoa -
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j=? 9-rooin House If Dili !10,. VIse why then must i iwo <) 0 uncommon a* foods .because. I they have
l Unsolved In one cupful of boiling
not also Irilni' the lesson 1 of "part-, :' J never been put widely UKUI| the innr- l
..,.:. 1 I" wnter: one cupful' of Unlit brown SUR-J
I In;: with Ill tugs as they KO," n" sraco-i q4. J. Let. These hitter have passed. the pub
Pi I nr one tablespoonful of !butter amid one
{ aOnc, roomjlouse'Qif' MAXWELL
I fully and as easily us Me strive' to nc- T f III''t.rdkt of npproval' but In most lionplni tabloNpoonful. of coruNt.trcli.C'ixik .
rcpt' their coming? I'or thlims do 110 .:= ;::: <'Iilt'HIII,1 towns It Is dltllciilt to otilnln
onI' \ tlilx until It thickens. Ix>t cooL
[One ;5-room (House III thin. world often Just when. we want I I.r y --m-------------v- lheolt, (lint all the new "vegetables. the HOUSE
AI L.A MUDK.IlrlniloKs. Add vnnllln iin .r heal. to May.An exjiiM'lw, say are trolni to lie )possible for.

I f.\eellciilly trim imied. mnn once lost 1 high: sprlntry." ,' : I thin new fur the sl lflnuesl'i| Ketbook.. . Uugar Cookie
Small cash an excellent pimltlun unjustly. It I 'J'he aiiintic which One cupful hillier, two eggs: two COFFEE
i' 4' pay mente 53 wax bun" (iinhliipK'' mueli of- st.vle.1 'The ] potato Jokers
not a light; iniiltcr "lull filet It went plijuant, wlUR Is'of. hollo cerise velvet when they p.tl'lu.1 uf It, lire going to cupfuls mifiir. Mvo'third cupful milk

f .. Balance alike I :rent.. =.. I, he hurled' ,. with It nnd let tir|| '", its lunch( n sleeper, hliiide/ ] Hum I the five (floppy designate. as n 'subuwehie'bet-it uSe It one (teaspoonful I cream of tnrtnr 0110-1| Is Perfect
,, to "So: much for Hint thnl'H half teaspoon fill soda] and Ore cupfuls
1111 .
...-a.. ,.="W-1I II!:::.7tta9 SMV : ; roses nt Its. liuie. The! straw" Itself I IKn really .rowl< so to speak under water.Is
i (Joinvilli.- Now, '\\ lint I."t'1. 1 one of the must sleet' ucuutr of the flour, Suit amid' flavor to suit tnstc.
noxcll.v III one of I the 111lUll SIUllh'lIllsl'I''c
AskMRS.; SUMMERS of course eveiitunlly he found] the next' 1'lease ;, I the nt veil with itsultriutlvc now vegetables' The scientists and theprogressive brush top of rookies with milk aud Ask Your Grocer

; 'hili;:. Just us \\o nil nre' hooted lo For Further---Particulars- - I It diH'Mi't, innke nny difference] what Into/ It say, hut I the n<|iiatlc fotnto' Laos

It Is, when things 1 mi lt'fn. learn to part 6 n very fair c-liiuu-u., of liecoinliiK one of
l J with them. hot to hinc; on to them and' THE ART OF. DRESS. Hie, great AuM-rlcnn, food pfoducts nil

I prolong the agony; of their KoiiiK. i i by Itself. It hY gasp\ to .the taste, and It
I "Men: .die and worms. do eat tl1"' 11. How Cloth Influence Character and prows whore .uu |IH'IIIto< worthy of the
S.
bill" not for love," we often hear Hut i I Even Dtini WIllie could ever be Induced to !prow. R. FLOYDDealer

alas It Is for lute, I that women' (1. Indeed The Iii ItiI" Ii'e of <'I"lh"II on human Io..f..n'-III. very: mulct aiid\ mnrsliyground.

When you buy ], almost die-or, In fact, orer love'spoint. destinies Is enormous." "'t' say "It Is j In
... .
.'. not the cowl I I that I makes the monk" Alonj, wltli the h lUll 11(' |K>tnto IB the
And over, how ninny tIiIug'i( do worn but that Is another erroneous. . proverb, rohclle. The roM-lle In nlnio-t the Mar;

BREADAsk 1 en iillm firlef to pat out tlielrery .Its "stamp'( always remains and 1 molds lilui'liK' I the new icpctaldoa, for eveunuw Groceries Nay, Grain and Feed

hearts, \\ lu>n HH n rt of le.'irnlim" to part I the 111,11111111111. body] and] soul, In n certnln It has a lirllllnnt "record and h"nbeiome .

\\lth tliln;:-; as they. poould hired way. The prestige of HIP cos n dKtliKt. comiuercinl snci-e-H." Corner and Dakin
Broadway Ave.
for the BEST 8ii\ed the lny. If It's cone. whys let ( nine has", a Ki'cat deal, to. do .wlth the It Is n Mibftltute for .inmberry, or

It to. ulirllirr, II'K a lost. love or anheiilooii .sacerdotal, I or militaryo.aiion.. Who "n-ally, not' anb..t itnte lit all hut sumo
We make it. Every Grocer sells it ). a lost puMllon b or u \\ e.'K's I will e\er know how much, :Mile, tI.111111.111' .. thhi); new aril capable',, of. making a Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed

pny. I :\ / dresses. hnd to do. with oink\ I Jelly I Ih.-it I isms meet crnnlierry I on IU

0. K. BAKERY I I Ix't's li-arn to Kit.v. "Well', Hint's cone. Inj; an. empress' of lieuShe" ordered, I own riiun.l' nnd. -some day: -of stir
I done, for im-r with"-and] so. \\llli a her dres-cs for CompleKiip' / from Worth. |I.I--IIII.' that ilclicili'y.It .
I drat: <' of the hued' "Pniewell., Whnt's I whose fame mud -- ---- --- - - --
] was Just -pliiiiliiK.' i iiKMordiiiK I / will prow In southern climates impossible
'E. A. NIEMEYER, I next.. V" I to her' own cvpicssioii' , they -:..:-:-:-:..:..:..;..:-:-:-:--- -- .. ..... ...... .. ...
; I for <-runberiies: nnd. best .of ; : : :-: : :-:-: > :--:-:-:-: :-: ; : :-:-:-> >-:--:-:--: :-:-:-:-; :-:-:
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Mitchell Street were her "battle horse., On/ I them dip roll a 'market for It Is now established; :

THE NEW GAUNTLETS.These won her victory and] we nil know the Texas: Cnllforiilii. l-'lorlda.. find :Scull' : "' .

I' effects( of Hint victory. ('iirolln have all become 'us"lle Mutes.One . ATLANTIC COAST LINE

I Popular Glove Are Even Being "The death] / of a delightful! man of advantage/ It han,, over the cranberry Standard Railroad of the South
Worn at Afternoon Function my ncqunlntniKc\ declares Pierre deConlevalu Id that It Is Very easy of cult urY,
.OOO OOO O OOOO The skntlnp Bets' of 1010 nre hllrtll'I I lu one of her sprightly "books, II lid can be grown lu any

complete without a pair of "W-ns cnused by a hnt being worn on per's Weekly. gal\len.-ul\r-j

M. TILLER gauntlet topped. ] gloves, which come In one sld:. One of his mother's friends I Fast Tourist Trains |
I II wanted him to marry n pretty' girl she oooooooooooooooooooooooooo East

Real Estate Agency.f..s.s..fa..ff..f.fs. D know, who was very charming and
well off. He. happened[ to be staying A SMART WORKBASKET. I

Realty bought and sold. at her' house near Vernon when thisyoung g . " . . . . g
protegee/ was going through on "New York and Florida Special""Florida


I; Houses rented. Interesting Nw Fixture
her to Itouen.
way o Old N. ... 0'ooopooooo00000000000000000 and West Indian Limited"
Taxes paid and Titles verified "Anxious for her guest to see the o In 0n c ity.

"X for non-residents. girl, she persuaded him to go to the "Coast Line Florida Mail -
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Fire Life and Accident In- station with her. He went, saw the

I t girl ; but alas, pho had( hoc hat on one ."Palmetto Limited" ,
surance.
Indemnity Bond t }i side, In I the most comical I way possible.It ." .,. _e "H"c'"h. .' ,,,., ,,.' ,.," j .-, ,.
? .': .,, jj i doubts t : ot those -odious .
40 ..,,1\,'- '" .;".":", Liay was no one : :
tints badly balanced] that no pin In
O 4'O OHO+H tho world so could! keep them straight: "STE L SLEEPERS -:- DINING CARS I ISee '

The harm was done thoiiph., lie' art ... :\. .
:1 cr dared tell his mother's friend, tt'h:1this :' .. .' .,...;; :

-..:-."' :-- : f1 r' .'j I objection to the girl bail been lie .. ., /I j : that your reservations a re on one of these trains
.s'e. \tt owned It to me later on, nddlnp. 'I 1 I J( '

. ,'' should always] hate seen' her like ,, :: ,".N''t' <4t' I." ::1' J.
G.
"; .. Kirkland A. W.
. Flitot
w. GRIFFIN J 1', -:l4J that.Imagination"; / \plays tricks on Frenchmen 1, ; ..,..,,..... .,..."..< ...".;.., .Jj->,<"'J #I.JI; ," :::: Division J ) Passenger Agent. Division Passenger Agent

),. i.<<.- us It does" on no other men. Tins. .. / :f Tampa Jacksonville .

Staple and FancyGROCERIES> 1r one married. another" ,.:11'1'Ir" MOP, i 4'a : : .
> t/l" :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-
t } \O!' her hats Htrnliiht. but whose bend w.-i-:, ; ... 'I .
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1,5 ralher! luroed.The ....... .
\ miirrl.ipe' ended' In n divorce, tool, I { fflIo. ........: j/4'III ) J.b.. .
.WI!' .. .. .f-; .> ;>1 .j.jIt
X J r the divorce' In sudden, death sin h -M' t.. '. ." . :
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den' .death that It teas peiiernlly! helievcd : ; ;
Free Delivery to all Partsof ..... '-- '' suicide.Knitted . "-,i ; ....,.../ ;:::.- .
::5: ::1i. : ( : to havebeen ) .,; '" : iP"
\ -' \ .:.. - :- .... .:i:: : :- ,
the City 'i t tI tas -
-i. +: .. .,/ I '.w. '1i.-_ .. 31.v i
:r. : I ,1:3 Lace. 'P ,:. .
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.,. :: "
/ jilaln.i'lrst '::.:. :.: --: $
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--= 1 is!:: !:3: 'i j jALba 1:111\-1!: K . 'o. o. purl' 2 tmjetli C. I', /.. ; ; FERTILIZER :
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er. \U 1. (i, o. u lu It 4. MFD BY
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lull IKIklKUltT.iittrnclhe (
I Second Itow. K !h. It 1. l'',op.! (purl 1 r/v"&r.--: = :: WILSON ATOOMEftFERTILIZER ,: ? r
omiililiintloim, of ,Aiijiora' I U 2 IdKetlier. k 1 = 7)) 'f ff. CO 5'tiy'
1 bole 1. o. o. purl' -...
Joe E. JohnstonCITY .
,
-s/
w oil, XVumi'iih" <> Lull them nfwhile :2 together. .I .... :: Co
Third) Itow.-I K ::! o o. I p' A t.'IJlUST1\tAS. \ II'NT. i.. ., ( 4:.....) fc. ,
.m thaI \vhcii lu-w li.imls.. ... IK-IM. ) \k 12.::! ...r..F < 1. ;......
to ln"iiltiu'hcd' lo the \\rUts the bother I Fourth I'jl'O.: o. P 2 tosethcr. This nltl'JH'lI'e'url..JIIkl't Is ot ,; .. .... <.,..,.,"..- ...... e't'n

ENGINEER (if inaU'lilnn hhailex. Is vjlaled.\ k 2.Fifth. straw In Its natural- color, nnd] the lin- A

I Itow.-K :. o, o. I p 2 together hags/: are of heavy pobclln, blue, ilk
rCl; ? ijunlut scissors. nre of I tho best
Baked Apple Dumpling k ]l.o. (I. n. o. ft. n. k 7.
Surveying andDrafting 8< trot| tart, apples' pare' and cure them ; Sixth Itow"-K N. k 1 1. loop p-1. loop( steel and tnc' other fixtnres\ I -bodkin, Use Ideal .J
.
andnt. In quarter' Three large nj k 1. k 1. loop purl 1, I k 1. o, o. purl' :2;: thimble, ncedlccnne and ribbon shut FertilizersS
(pies .should niaUe six tluniplings.' The' together' It 2. tie-nre of hand carved Ivory. The ilk \

dough l-< made, its follows: Two nnd n Sevfiith Itow.- K: 2, o, o, p 2 toj etlicr. top( drawn up( with a handsome silk And Be Sure of
half cupful of Ilour0lue' ht'ul'lIl1l'1I' I I k 11.iixhth. cord will keep. dust out of the interior. ResultsFor 11

.h|""'nfiil "f 1O:11.l1I1l1"\'r, and one teaHpoonfiil ;: H..w.-K 14", o, o, p 2 topethrr.

.J I of salt. :Sift these Ingredient i \k 2.Ninth. The Seven Doll. a quarter century Ideal Fertilizers :1
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together. I Uub I tvvothinls. cupful l of Itow.-K 2. 0.0. p 2 together/ Seven ,],,111.. went to school
)lard,] Into I the Hour\ amid 1 mix wit h "'IUIIh! k 1, o, o. n, o. o. n. o. o, n. k7. On a Inwn benrh, nice nail cool; have produced best crops with the biggest "!It:
cold.! water to make u ,I"IIhl'IIleh can I Tenth! Itow. K S. k 1 1. loop purl 1.l Bovcn dresses. fresh and clean.Seven | .
r CURSDN F EURMERp I be ensll.v handled.,\ 1 tide. the dough l loop. k 1 1. I k 1. loop -purl' 1 1. loop', k 1 1. k heads of Boldon oh..n."We profit. Today, as heretofore we give you !;'i

In K\| parts and 1 roll each, hurt out 1 I. loop.[ purl' 1. (cup, \k 1 1. o o. purl 2 to must bo. polite," said they, the best combinations of plant food possible. j
large! rnoiiph to hold 1 the 111'(11.'h( lI gel,her I k 2.iievenlh "Never= cry always nhpy;
the' ilou;:h I I" rolled\ put the apples In ,( : Itow.K 2. 0.0, p 2 together Pit up stralBht.!: ns we uro told", Right Sources
Vhll our little books we holit.
p the, muter nicil] fold the dough l ;:|| oer It. | I k 17.Twelfth. .

plnihlni the end together' Itake In, I Ia Itow.:. -Cnsf off to 15 stitcher Mistress Betty. Mint mid tcrnvo.. Perfect Blends ?

that Insures .MuUloiv 'buttered dish. In a moderate" | k 10, o, o, p :2 together, k 2. Made tlio little dolls behave;
; oven 'ind servelth cream aud sugar Taught, them how lu lend and writ*. Right Proportions .
I i And never with each other fight

; Protection that Protects Stewed Okrm.Throo Kentucky Scalloped Potatoes.Sllce tram; her. sent upon the grass Write for new catalogue) and price list.' We can 4
potatoes mu mud 1 lay lu the water ..
cupfuls( of olrn. one capful She taught each chubby llttl la j "
cnnned I tomatoex. cue t.iblcspiHniful of oil I unit nu hour. Place n layer of potatoesIn How to keep her dress so weatAndTtfer 'Dca t the Market" on prices. .
n well. buttered "baking dish, sprinkle face ao clean ,and sweet
huttor& and one ll'nRllOOntlll| of salt and .
NPls'r to tJistc. 11'ni" t the okra and with 11t'l'llCr.' salt and pieces of but Also how to lead n liteFr..e Wilson &Toomer Fertilizer Coi
ter; repeat' the process until there IB n
cut It Into thin slices Put It Into I heRnUel'pUII from discord pnd all strife.
DAKIN AVENUE with tomatoes: bring themto ufOcleut quantity., Pour over thin And to other aver doA M Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers
jl enough milk to cover and bake an hour :you wish they'd do to you.
i n boll ; (then lower the heat-flnd ]let ....
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA them and n half or until the potatoes are Jacksonville Florida
simmer
half an hour. Add the Seven dollle grew up well.
salt ten minutes bet ore,Ihcy are done thoroughly cooked. It Onions are liked Each one learned to read and spell .
with the alternate Wise and cultured now they.
and the pepper and butter potatoes layer; maybe are
Just before > u cd. And kind and gentle In their play. "
I e J wring.

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ill 1 I I I 1 I 1 I 1'1 I I I I I I I I I I I Klsal[tune* 'lawfull-clor", who have rvalldences of Ida May Edith MAy answer to the) contestant In "..r..on. I I FOR

.on. on before February 12.. 1918. paid lelt I irl D.-ltE "ll. A. tJIm- proof of auoli service must b. either ] I COUNCILMAN
llulr poll IMPS for the. 'years 11114 and maunvilllani: Bi>rn rd8 Hlmtnonti. Sol the Maid ronlestnnts written !II .
Legal J 916, who h-Ap : rpKUtercd up to and onion Klljahi, Hlmmoini, "Mary eilKt-nient of bin receipt of .cklo"l. Political Announcements .I hereby announce myself a candj-

I liicludlnir MarcVjrd, lUll. knd who Simmon, *, l nulla Klliitbpth \lrgl,11 .h"'III I 4 ha date, of Ita ...c.I"I..nr the I data for City Councilman of Kisslmm
I ploclKn" tlimt..-lv<. S<(l nlild by the reult and Ada Slmmona. ro.|>niid ntri herein of the person bv whom, :

: : Advert.semervts : ;for I the of. auld prlmaryx-.ic.r-.io*, and vote nanieil. are """O"''. that, they). ale. d"Jh'.rya.. ma.le Brut In. whin I. I e for the two year term, subject
i ti io nu. : was madeby
airo twi-nty.-one yi-arsi ;
Inir city ..It-ctlon. ...... 0",1 1 no on the Htm* '... .COlt\ ptoof .>JJ auch tieloo (.\. I to the Whit 1an'. Primary. If elected
T< 11111 m M n miT l.u.II............ Co' (" ..dhl.t... of tl"1..II. ..- "Ithlt Subpoena IH..t,I.t.lal. .II..t. Ihe afTUIuvIt of the. STATE COMPTROLLER I promise faithfully

Th BH. and only th-rnu i>..ri.<..<-. shnll ui>on 'M laum would .bind said pet'nun by whom the Mas mailed.stnlliiir I I t peron
"* _< In **7 rlnl < Irrlilt .** Ike. Mtnle otFlorida votrt for In fnl I
IK nnd .for Oareoln' .|.- who plodira" themneWa Iin n<-p
4'<>tl4). wl'llfl to nhld.Y.. thn ri-Biilt of .al w' tu appear toihUnl tht l.r.y. I4ii-elit| for Ihe letter. T L. CURRY.

1HI AM ISHV lrln"I ..1\'lona ami support 'Ih. '1..d' In said cm Oi or b.forcrequired You ali4iu1d .tta In. )your I.\.r Ilioliutrlu progress _. ..
ijoniliu-eH' th".fl; who ""U' <11AlflOd Miftuluy' Srd dav tf AplM, 1(14.otlierwlae (f tin. on Ice -<. >'ou C 1jn mnrfllJTl||. l _| i u* -
1. Month! Klorliln. Lumber 4 omnany. n undvr Ih* Ilw. tl"'I' > tho nlleKatlon of i.al.1 Mill demt-e' rUI u,. notices to )>c m-nt to'uu i Carl E. Water Neb.
> VH' Florida- or-ioratlon, Complnlnnnt.Mary ; : and CII) to lio'd/ off'M 'will bu tnkcii conf .B4. >tI I.Ie HoSirindints. > Day, Weeping ,

/l ) ROUT. W DAVPt.l and some friends have purchased <
H. ..1.... n nln..le woman' H.II. at Offlprii to lie Klllrd. IH fuithelordered that thi* orilwr H"III..I"r
Warlnic" ,. l...ILl. lnennle of flint l.ul.l."I1 I'-biunry 1,200 acres.of land (In Manatee ,county

I..a". a Florida t .0'_........ MeHiOTU <-. ) vol.. Iti. ald I.rlll" conn-cut I ve "... ,In the Klsslmin.eValley r I"IB
..p..d.... Hlmll 'IIII\B' the right to vote ..1 llncet'e..111'n **weklv .wlll.nl".r| HIj": .- of f-econil luhllllon Mar.li sI'jiU which they expect :.to develop Into a

primary) fdr. 1"11"1.01, In an II County, nnil of 8"I "- cattle runchw Thty will fence and
.. 'K <>V ""..1'1 tnu randldiite. for Mnvop. Intl.m In aalil Coutity' of third "puMU all.iti Mut--h 10 I
'J ''I AUu WHOM IT MAY 4'ONOKHN\ : < UKrnndldntu fur Cl.-ik. VITNP.NS .tho lion.rnlil.Jnmca: : WPetldna HI : drain land and plant it grasses
IH HKKKHY 4JIVION 'Ihat Iho, i-andldato. for Tri-n..ur<-r.CoVl"ctornd of th t
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Judvu of th. 4''lrcu1t. Court .I'-] fouttli .pillli| ( atiop' '
tho undeialBtied, aa Kirlal| Maatci In fr Mllr'hal ."d Ta't4jn of tinSeventh Judicial Circuit'tof litemate 7. lo! r "n'hI : ami forage crops. Some ,truck crops

{'hIH'C"I'Y i h4T4.-U.for.. appointed! In IhlHlaune. of Florida .and mv hand aa Clerk' will be rown. Mr. Day attended the
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iKtlnK under and by \lrtutt 'of oandldnte JMemlx-r of City III.r..r.. and the official seal 1 of said.I'ontt :U'I'" I' '.'U 4111:111: 'MIn ".
. tin' Klnal I>icr4cherein entered on tm* Council for ono yi-nr. this 21m. day of Jai '"'>'. A. 'P.I relent cattle conference in Tampa. On
Jlth dRY of January. A. U. lultl. will, Two 'rnndldati-a for Jlemberl of. Oil}' ItllA 4 f Ihe I ounl>. Jli.lire. Xlnteif I
MII III.! Vtule I I'RY I".AI"II. A. li. lHlfi Council f.ir two >earH ] J.: I-. O"I 1"lo..rd. llMi-vaila ."unly. his leturiv to Nebraska he stopped at
heltiBT the. 3rd dny if aald month 1.etwien .l-'lv<- McmliiTH f.r thu I:xt'cllh'<> S'nl Cleilc nRTnFFT. .
the of Florida consult
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the. leirnl liouia of "al I.-, olTer Commute.' for ono ypar, A-" "'rOr,1 A- JntiillSolloMorB CI'cul Court In ... l:;rnle ..f fnul 14. 'ru.lrll.Tl t

f.." .14.ilo. at PublicAuction, and will lltnr for Uiialirilntr.I 'h' for ( 1I1,1..lnnlll. 1.81 .Ml I'llllllolB' 1..I..s. I'lBtllllll, | with .membersi of the faculty -of the
"..11 at PublicAuction, to tinhlKhest Knch porHon d.-Hfi ,IIIK t> .v<- Ills I ti i n and All '..t' "" t'I"lmt
and In-Ht lildder fur nun at mild time. I nnnnirlntid on the inlmnrv" .-li' tloii 4HII>iit: OP 01. I I1111111111404llllBlBilhl' ,IHHI; |I College of Agriculture and the Ex-
In flimt if the Ciitllt MOUH.-I loor. atIhe iMillot UN on nd I tint ifur auv f-ltv ofllcu .1' II.U''IO'I. Y,. and i <.Ii i.{ \ on. ite h".h. I I Inotlll
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Station staff
I'ourt HouB4>. In Klntiliiiitiet*. l'lorl.la. Hliull. nil- with tli. .I.ill"( 1 n of ,..1 | tu pi-S'iit anvcl.liniH I periment on farm
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Time of H.-c-tlon 22 Township. 25Soulli. l'hnl'"ul' of tlila c-uintnltt c,', and 11'- ) nil. roiinrt'tiem Hlf' II..ll. .VlllllllllBt, I at I l\ ol BillI
'Itaimu 2F.II!> I of Tallahas- l'.ml..I'd by the amount t.f hill! IIH- l4ilnu; biialnra-l Ia... 4llr .-Btlll' , \1'1,11 tAO ." elltN fl 'til 1)14) .1l4thi
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If i4nt.-il Idn Mnr Hells. K.lllh lnr Hell*. C.eor.Kle 'nl''EI.1
la nnd fol,' th.' ,'olnilv ofliHi. i" upon nny KIK-II hnlpt. 1 < '* 1 I I 1 NMII
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.111-11,1. ;
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r"i'\I., | ; ; I t. B -III, V V. llf H-.ti'MI: .' ,II li I I. "It Iin,.n. \ i 1..I Inn 1 iu of. |11"- known Hi: Bpomlenl,, H ami' thit 'th.II .. TV M 'IT. VTCl Your Support Will Bf Appreciated : : SClcited.i .
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"! fi-l in, I., l In- ll\ .mill, 411.1' t" III' f "ll.'V till- '', 'it. .1 K l4Blllllll ri'-II'll vI
1"1' h. .. I.I lli'il, I .I. iiill. B. I | .I4IP'IIV I Ih- > 'tv < f f onll I ;
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ft I IX I.. hauamoK Will' nn.lIrxlnnifnl of ...<-.l. i.lnr.lM. : to Hi.- llonorabl.-. M Muijihy. .nklown. 110 oei air "" am making this race upon my former Teeth
I Sheet Iron hliinlnn: ; : ; lleo-lv %* 4l*. -oii4 e.. It la therefore orderedthat in the officc .
>.r.; 74. H In. Silltamore' Itiibner, I'd.r". ...1! l.rnf-r ". K:.l- : hla .olTI.In Klmilmim-e. In 4'uunty.nt BiildCnuntv said non-rcxldent deft-ndant, bennil orselice same

] .;...Wa: u"\' i..*.. ''Vrlt.r. \ ,:, 124 1t..11 rl.;: ln mnrdn.,. of rklMrrn.. Jacob tinrt ll'livard.Ni.lr hrlroal*** lercard. .-* th.r4ftr, nt aa 10 the o'clock A. M .-or as hatil.soon, .1 bill of In hereby complaint:: requited Ill.-d In to saidauat'on ai near to the and wi appreciate the votes andfc'ipjioi ' ,.::. ... tin .'&FUA 1 ',

ft. 41 In.JrfiilheralleltltFaKt .10 nintterf/caii, .f ' .v .
11"111'! Moiwl.i thoao f who J app't eSrnypaitrecord i
i4Btn.wI.ealher thm' 17lh "dny'Porolrl
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for'iiithorllv' to ( <* or pil.vatenflalew o1'I.foro' > :
Machlnjlace
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1..ltlnlC' the return of tho \ lakeli insconfeaaeilibyiaald
f'ol .
c I 1'1..ArlnM rslatai! Ini said > ya them "
....r. It..I 61'ln.I 1116t1"j..rUJ 4 .I". Oin..4 I h.'r"' P J "Id"1t..11" "h.rll ,:_ .lhp.I'11"| IIIHIK-.I i In N.rlh..aatIQu/rl..r .r*"lh. nllih ; further defendantJmilRliiPniitIt self ftcTfal fulfill f al'| thefrel ,f.!'
:! I fI.. \ 1..ho\-"I.I..d ('lua. defend <. !t). Tuwnuhlp' Is ordered that fhlsTbrderhe I '' .
.... leltth-rj. : 1 complete, 'I=l ''lr'J; Commercial ,IH S. .u.rt"r'' S.'to". 3 acrea In thuSouthiast : published once I week for elichtcoimecttlxe fu'X.ment, of the ofice. Collection** and o vey.nce.
'm 4i niiianv. a rortn.ratl.in unil r thr* lawHof contnlnlnir 37 .. W..kB In the Klanliniiie4all. >
...."nl..r abaft 2 il4i.. I Klui- pot ; tn. Htntiof i I'lnrlilH i thn JitrkKon I ;* 1*>KHli1ch corner acr.lllolc \ ..}. Uaz.-tte. a newspaper publish,.dIn FLOYD TISOM. Specialties

*,o I il.B Kim-' 4 SllllMoa' pip. 111.-. Tampa f. KPVPKI Itlh"I" \ n' appllcntlnn will 1 be tinned I' Biilil, ('Ullt\ and atn* .' t
lirton .
"r."h.. I imor' WI.. I I- a li uiinn' > roi ."Illnl rri th. pitltloti for .8u.li aul>> now "Wtfll. February 111 1-1 Broadwas .
,II whielB. ::101' pullexM on llmBli.ft .xlHtliiK UI.I'r th., of the Stnlp In auld I'ourtDated i. L. o\ ::HSTHKIT4'ourt .
22 ft 3-7.U l I--" ..hllrl '" i.f Florl.I.I, that R.nlr.. of prin-i BH Felt Tl 1"1 ."n 4-loik Plrcult "ou.tI FOR MARSHAL AM) I

ft\ 2.)1. do 32 ft. I I. 'Ifi-l il.*' '"' not. l I. hml a"nl".1 illh.r of 111.tin,I,I \\) \\h.cti.\! .I::1t. >' Jam," M J Juhl"IIII. TAX COLLECOITo ;

fl 2.7.1fi 4Xtrn ...h"UIIII12"( H ...rMitiil| ion .1..f. nilantM, by r"1"ni ofIh. AdinliilHtrntorMl l 'liut *' Clark
1 in 11I'k St4iini pipe' i'>" f '", .. f..III" of t Ih. niil.l nil porat IDIIPI tuI. 8-5 !.n\MS UltYAV ANPMlllnV

il., I7r ft. '10 I". '1'\11JXJB'' 'III V. I 'y .-I.,.'t offlctrB in appoint atci-ntx and I'l.KIHIKttSolKltora : T. M. RIVERS. M. D..
I" 2 I" .I..h. IhBiVip thai ..li'h and nuenti( *. If t.1..1..0 .IIIK: 4> I for 4 "omplalnant 9-St the White Voters of Kissimmee :
"r.'line. 1 ....1..1. I ....t ma!'k ami I ...' I.IT.pr. .ind. lmiIn-, "U''IN'II'TU" ---- -- I
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: hereby
I v.l .box I". : : t .. 'II ..41'.1. I .. .. of .. .. .. announce my candidacy PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
.11. B 1 1.11'| iutl. r In rli.il of Mix if.l I mt.iitliR n. XI l h for I. 4.1.... ..r. "I.' .1.0' "
,."i'. I 3'/, In tlu.. 4 pa nil. r 1 '. tli.. iHBiiltii' : "f'i'l "ill, nl> ent ft'ornIII. 1_ ('.urt .t 1'0..1)' ... "I.t" u" ....tl Judli-lnl 4 Ircull. 4l-4ceoln for re-election to the office of Marshal Office over Osceola Ph&mj

I In .1" 4 H'B ....I'I..r rh..lo.. I inn .. *.tat.' '. Hinl) tli it Kill.ll cifTlri-rs ,and Florldn. llaceolare .4.ounly. 4 .runl7.IN Phon. R .ldence 53Office
bill (.luc I 'lii. l 1",1 I K'';" ....rlO l'- ,iir<'ntB' '"i .' nnU iii.w, n 4 I1M. Kill and Tax Collector. I have servo 14SO .
f. faun.la for oil l.iwt.lB," 1 -.ul- .M .in'i r.il. that thr- Raid I
.r O..r..I" In TCittnle of John ed the people of Kissimmee in this
Ko..n..rr..rl
fuiili. IH. it; ...11. .in"b of Helen >. llrnlnrrd nnil Knlelle Mllralneril .
2 and 111. .1.1
ml n in
I.n ineiiHllli IIIIB 'n .Notii-i IB Ii4i.li
1 r. ,,101. "II1'1.' 3 pr 1'. ... Ion"" ;1.r': ;and. il. fi: ml: I' "mill ilnaiitN I'.W/: It innrniu.in. Ihll) 11"1 1 hi2xth dnof \ I 4>mplnlnnnlN. I office during the past year to the best

I "II 1".1. r, "I..... ..II "II ,, .fo,1, ...."' In ,i. ,In, IMS .il., on or .. .\UKlU4t. .\ l" I Blnill "i.ptiU' tnth. 1 ,M.It. .
.... .... ..11..,... 13 III 111 mill '". .. r."III .. th.. 1111"1.: .a.thnl <. "( Vplll .\ l) .116. ami .. Honoinril.-, 116.MuiphJulK.. ,if II. 11..1..r; I.4M.I..4- lllenU ..0 of my ability. If atrain elected I .. KRIUHS W. J. STKBD
.1" 6 I" ,I" LII III .1" thin n..I.) I" each ":mU llrfendnnlB.It .
nnl.1 .
> ""II..h"1 Oi" C.turt nH Judf.of lrohatifor II..IN. to enforce the la .. of
4 foIlI ,'....n.1 111..0. 3 IoUII.II., .. "n" n ..k for Hi.. M..HI. .r (2)) monthni iiifinal dlfitharKe \dtnlnlMtratrlx' I Il..rll. 1) " aiipend.d. toIhe promise s KRIBBS STEED .
101.1.. h..111....... I"x.'" ', '.1 1.- >rl.i. to Hil'l' il.\ In lh<* KlHHltnni.iIlll % itll will nun. x.-d of the 4Htat.of, 1,11, 11..1 II the aho\c-stated (..auB.that .. the state and the ordinances of the &
..... .,, !' ..... .. 10..11 IH-nlH. Mnrv LnulB..
11..1\ I 'II7.-I lolin
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i. \ , \ 1. K..I".rr.r. d.-r.-aB-'d and that I I If"IIIl ATT< ltXKYS AT LAW
'.....1,.. 127lr".. I.. h..x'' I". .1. ,, i r.1 .in,) ilnne nt D..Lnl.l. thlathi nl tin- Harm* will present to naldlotirt nnd A HlenlB.: the :ilef." city without partiality and as I see
Idll. \',, \..., PI..".. n"Il'" ..1. 4 .,.I ila' "f lnnA. I"1BJAS : ni\. final account; !* aa A.lnitnlBl t ,atilx I i then,I n i't:.i. are n.tpr. Bid. ntH of theBtate 1 duty. I will

'IK hi a lonijil. t. I 'jl-I':I ;l lon ,'iI'::" W rUUKINS. | \Ili will annex. .1. of anld ecuit.', '' of ..... and anreHldentH of my appreciate your sup Legal business of all kinds ..
: nuckB:; I :3H ft I..d\\*,** 3tf JudK" ami for their I nppnnl I the lTnlti4l StateB' or the nu.' j'ft : port and vote.GEOKGE. prompt attention. '
j lu 'In. do 1 Aviili.i' |1"n1\|> i Ont.il KeliiililM: l > r..1 JI''Hi fl \i In l h....,. iin.l ii'1', I MllK 4.; 'I4> 4 Ni>III liH n KurnicvDEKKiniliiiliilntiAtrlx 1 .1.r'd'lh.1 aald noni..Bid.'nt iti.f..ndiintH i W OVERSTKEET.I Offices 11 and 12 Stair. Rank Bld..

.. "r.. i-J-\f\ > Bhnftlim 4" InMouhlei \ I with Will Annex,. .. an h.-teh* i.-nulr. .1 lo n-p.| I Klsalramee. Florida.
blank bits I"1' ::1 1 'I... .1'" 4 'oiirf i.f ln; I onntj vdict-. *4>..t. 4M< \\V I HUH
I B.1 ((3): 121'4 I" Plain'i' knlari. II. .r Kli.rl.tn.. llMcri-ln. County.In .\ >tn..>.H for .\dininlttratrlxin .uiBe on ol bef.ii.. I..II.I. lh,. :. I FOR MARSHAL
) 1 B.-I 1,1., ."....i. ktii ..*. f." "' ".,' Ion tnflinoMi'iiii I ,1.n of .\1.11. .\.' H 1'ilh:. otheiwlB. Ill I AI .
I'll" ? ". ,, Biilil bill' Hill l I"- tilK.nIS '
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m..i. him' 174 "ili.Mllilliii. : of l.rorKr 1'.lmn. I '.\X COLLECTOR
,. for, al>IliilN" ': : INn' ,: 'rn i in':in nits ...lllf.BB.il '. Hlllll' ll..f. Illl" HIS Pat Johnston O P. Gan"
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I:: I'I;;: hji;: : ,.r IH, .IlllB, Wl'lll ." 1t II .. nil 4 r.-.H ., ",,1 l' llnliiH 4 Inlnin < piilillBhi.l on<". 11 v\ ... K f.'l, foul i I i JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
.h'' ". I 1"1 jilnl.' l li I'rrMoiiM ormi I onvl f Ihe 4 oiinlf Jn.lur. >tnleof ., &
,, -.ilM-.1, \ "Ii .I ... ..... .11") in thi '. I ;
up vv h. .IB ft, 14' t '..0..... "I..I.N' ..d .NI. II. Florl.ln. .t4-roln ounl> .ulW' " 1.,1. j I Ivivlij announce mj' cnndidacv for I
1 B to WOt Iv HI! VV "' i '' II. i J - l ll re l': liH44> .. lli .tT" -. I I. \ .:141 . ,\ lit u Hpnp' i 1,11,1..1 111s ) II"
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\',.:. th, fol ,'\ .. !. ,IIN. , Ilank: : MllK. l"i I y ml, \ ... hor \.on. nn' I. il'\. .r.1.1. ... .. .0.1 i l '"'"" \ II") ;1""11., I :!n..hll.and Tax (oI'loI'! ; of Ki'ini, -

: '1:1.11'AiM 1. I f'l, I.I.I" i"! "I.l)_ 1..0fl,1 ,n, I .-,|.I..1 t" "" "..11'' .in\ -"-..1".q, Hl.lill.ilI Thl.I I'l"'h IHI'. l I' !1'> !.: 1 OfTiccn 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
llm-hid M.". I II ,, il. \ i ,ni . 't l-t, .ill. .1 'V I : mee sulijut to the White I'lim.uv .
.,11, r".1 toll I .I." ,11'I in-' in' \h'o '' .. .1 I .ill I I' I- IIM 1.I\I III. IIIIIS, I n'TIII:1 Building
I, inv f"i :N"; :IH: :' 'I' 4ItB i ,( ,, n m,.1\i h.i. i .1 1,.i\ ,.tt .I. .|. II.' Ill.III.I IS \L..lIllMt I:Bt:It. i k ""I I IK If rhosn to fill this offuo lithe t
1 ,",| VB l. Mil* s -1 pi U I'll"' 'I- 'I.I. I. ..lh. ill-: of i ;. ., ,' I' Tilniui, J" ns,1 > ,.II .I Mil l '' 1 of -\ "II. II U- 111"I l .h\ ' ::11'; A -TII I : '" Kla.lmp..,.. Fla.
b. it I I I" )lu biailB, :N" :I'l:': 'I' "I.. hit' :' if t h.llllill'INll """ ,1 " II'.| 1"" ll) I" ", ,.", .IIMI I ,. "ll .i lor, i "nil,I iln 'nit, 11'-,1 \tes of tho pli'dois, of this <'itplcdjfp \ I

I I l\, \Inn, tliil I HIIV < e,.\th\ I" ,ii'1Mil II". I \.llllllllHlllllK, >'f ,, I .1.I HIM Illll'0 ill 111,.II lls III, I ll \ ,II "t.f -.
,..1 I'll.', HtlllllH, IM I I''" \ T.II 1 NI'I I Untnl., '. Ulllllll Iwl Mll- fll'lll, tllll ll III' " \u, mi\ I hi\, I. ii ifh--t Ih, M \ injsclf to fulfill the ilutn'of

, l r. II P M.'lol ) 'I" II I IM I' .! < < l.f M'll'lll.s, II.IH. . . .. POl'LTHPHOITIO \ the off it.e to the lit-st of m\
I..J'" It, ,paid U..11..,if f'l! 1'1.I"i' '! "I'l't:;, : il ,I inn ii "Ih.\ ," qlr! 'I"1.1' "t I"-.I < 111 I I '"Illll \ I I I.0 ll.Illl.l. .' HI: ni M Ilr"l\
11.,1.
I .M.MA T M'lKIU nV . . :'ITIHII IIL aii'l confoiniitv, with the l.n- nf ,
.V i" a in \\' .l' .T inh 1 I "tl fl. "I 1.; \ | 1 '01 I lltt' in : J. W. THOMPSON
'.. .il.,1\ III'H rom '1111.,1,, 7'!| \ I"'r''I'" "II),' I t ,.. \al f I ,,, I... .t, I h,. i .r.1 ''the -
tnte .>nd the "r"n""f theitv.
Mill l.: In K In A! I"11\ 1 .11\! 1.1111 l > 'it. ,| I 1,0',... \ -1BI .\ I 1 ''H.. If thcio is nnv q hn/- "
MII II i I.: 'III 4 111:1111: '4IIIM .M.M-i. : : llli" l.in l. 1 1inC mn'C < .. As an milii'ation of in\ iihilitvto KUNKRAL DIRECTOR

MHO'nil;'l.l:;\ ot In.r niHi'hlnl''!'' plltH, of '"1______ 1'v util\. II'dou"lhal a gl'ollrr cu n-,1.1111.1111
II, .I,10'I 'III., .,IV III,'t., HHOI, !''" '' ',, I I .'. 1..I..r. ..llh.. I-oiin4. .Jit.lut-. .| |. .f fullill thC duties of tin office.isfc -, I and
'nail I" II'' l.irl.ln. 4lH. In o"iil I i for moiaKc mnn it i- i A
..i'" H nn.l ,palnjdii"l 111 i MiMb ,, I .. '..ii : ini 4i\ 1': iof ,"I'T. 111ot.i-, to inxt-ti' .iti* my leiniil r rV
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th iltite of Ili4- lv.f..rl.rli.nd .1' foi,'
Ml ..1.1. ... ... oicnt !
iti LICENSED
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EMRALMER
manpitsons
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1 1..1..hllll'. I r. Hlor .1 .Kal4-4 11'rll- II Mei .Son) 'thin in :
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i'i'i;;: \ V,1"-,1, I..I.!! 1.;. ".;;. : I..Iri-M ....1 ill liTM4.iiN htulnu ''nl"N 'I l.d'H' ,I. 1.,1, , ,. / 'I"/ |iast > "I"" Store arid Chapel Stewart Are.KISBOnmpe .
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. II.' ,., ", n-enlnHl Mjil.l INIIFII : I ,.'.1, 11 1 ' innkf-H Ihoiii IU'1 to ..,dtl ) 'Hun 1 i.i

I- ,nip,. ,,inv,, , thi.llnil' f111.1"; ,......, !II.. ,! III I' or' 0",1..1.., ,,! "h of > nil. "in ,lo ,<, o" ('I:" ,..,, \ 1"10. ,11"" " 1. ,>,., information. iilioiit the. liu ,iH4ion. i nw.\uii) .\. (( i IMA.V; : KlaI .

,\ II ITVlliVl'Ioinrl'v b.lnj' '." ,' "."' 'I " II"I 1 "l'lll"'l| t" IH" "- n'' ''HI 1,1.1 'J", ,, ... -'- -- _-
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Th.I e :i ,llli" h.iB. l ..hall l'l > r".lh. 0 ,'r ,. | "," ": ...' .I L.I Ills! t'h. ,I.I"\ ;"oII';':: \'h' I :':" "' } { i'Hi"al .nlhu-iu'm. poi UK' \i. .\ ::11EI:\ is

" | 11", ,, I 1 L""I \\ llslllTIk 'I..I',. d" l.ni. ll. ,1,1, 111.1., hl ,. .,o.I.." inthila1-!!! I-- os-e-ntial to Inv Juiiiiu's. \\F. !. fiav. foul Lee. Jarrell
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: ;, ,1..1, , I,:\. "nioi ..f ".u.i i "i .t ... i 0.1. I' .1 ... .. "., .. . IJ, , ..., Itit it mii i-- .1 ,ro\i-tin>t CRAWFORD & JARRELLATIOK.NKIS
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JOHN s ivnriAH ,. !"lhtn V'HIS ..I tl' '' n.I.'I. of these -pi, i iff poult)' "L'I lo ithcrt I
.spi-i..lal M..inteiM.l. "r ,'" ", ", "" ''1. E, \ v :: -.\r-L\W
11- III ('h".n | ..1 .I .inti.irv Sil, A I' 1'Mf') ",." :-; ) "I 'I' "I. I''" ,,,,,.1, i ." I enth'hiu"1 Itofoitni, t ; 'Y K't \ 01'r I ui -h to nnnoiiiKi', my ranclnlarfoi \' i
II Tll'iM' I N I 0, 1:1: ",., linn .' r.iw tisl, :il -
Ip Citizens
I\ 1'0 ; fur. m< mlit'iship, nn tile city council, Ofhit-s.: 4 5, UU1.I.t'l'I" i\- 'ulorIn I : :!Ir I :, T.ill ihiiHM, ,. M. , in .mil l lu I o.

<'. 14(11 \\ lllllIPIIIM:v ., L. II ,Ills" fill,' IllH' I ""t...Bt, JI"nf., . I Poultiis a good"sjl l >. Tlioicis foi. I the two \eai. tei'm. I ask tho sup- Hank Building
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"\ II 10" or I h.' 111';" .I" II.. rl.. . ",1".1 till. HI..1, I ,0"1,1.,1.,1.\, I .. money in it hut fowl" mil not laise pOll and \otes of my friemli. If .Ki."immlc Florid

Thl' ("lIv Fox."I".p ("om n' Judli-'lnl. < Ir- ih.MLE, il i Bid,IIP-, tin loftom foriI1M.I4J !
"'hll.. ]l11OII'1l PA..tV In th" Clly or KI Ilr4iill. 4 ourl. St-irnla 101 themselves Too manv persons start elected to this position I promise to

..Imll'',.,... 1\t'.IW or a' \1 110 and 1'01""trov';:Il PrlmArv'.... rorh..II rnll.41.1.roln"Inlc otinl.I Klorl.ln.>.- ln I kam-er nn.l f4.r?. tin,'. .. BH. 1,1 :infix! X'I']::::' h"10 r-lrir.Innd mnkjntri IB not: I I IHI out *Aith scant infotmiition. For thi- pl\e the citv of Kissimmee my best I

Ilii .1) nnil b '
cultlatiil said
... .(. "". 0 h" 101 In...th"wllh City th"or InwII KI.- |"- .no ..d T. I':". Ilr> "n. ro-imrl- pniM' ni upon rr-iiitlrcd, bv law'. > reason the University of Florida Col'Dge effoits and look after Xhe affairs of I LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT.LW

I .ltnn"' In ('omp Inn. "Aid prImary .'n.4-'r. ilolntt' bn.lnta.. 8no}. &, "rii aii*. 'h..r.rf. fiirlh.-r notified of the taX 'erg to the best of ability.
pa
\ nr Ihe Stnte (lr "'Iorlda. flxpd IIyIlIw that. the nnl.l alli-ira tlona be takntil.v ( AprricultnJe is offeiirrg uor_- > my

t.. hI' 1",101 Ihe"urlntl'!lnldlnlt tile of boura"Ip..tlonll on Ir I,.mpl.'D..t."'" thin office aa ha\lntr .wil ronfeaal ..] respondcncs course in poultry produc : HOWELL HVSS.TOR .
nor nomInation l \' \ nnd vour Bnld 1 entr* w lll hornncilliil
I'al"ny., Mairch 4th 1.1ft. ror thp.., ..; 'I. .. .. G..orIi. Wii>rf und r without furth4.rrtuht I tion. It is hoped that this course will .
of catidldatofflcea *-** 'or .('Ity p..tlvi .d n..I. dt. .. to I li therln elth.-r be- ] COl'NTCOMMISSIONEIt
: 1..II.a". h."rd
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: to be both for at theelection r .. Hlminin.-. ." im. 11 Her..r. "lo- forIhla office or Bnpoal. If Sou fall eave those who want to raise poultry \\VbmMrVer You Ntsed OtMe .U Tonic

to In sj'o A I'.: .. I to flliIn. thin within twenty March 251h. m. .II. J. "Imr. l.n from of the common pitfalls.;
KlBalmmee. on Saturday/ : ... .1__I .. ":1- after the publication of this BOre At the solicitation of friends I Tak
I'.ul.
1516. .... 11.0'' Vlr..I. .!. .. notlcp, as shown below. >our 8naw..r.end.r mY Old Std Gr'. Ta telc .t.
q..Uft..o.. ., EI..t. "hall .h. mrruvmm elnlmlnit nn InlrrentI. oath. specifically meetlnar and hereby announce myself candidate chill Tonic a* a
.
Th...... and only thos. persons . .1 dra rlh4Fl In the Illl*, to theae allegations of I
.rep4 r re."ndlnr .on- for Commissioner from District General because it tEontainit the
b" to vote at. or partclpat. within County Toni
you that to Com Old Sows. Ottar tonttdlM
" In rel'mlttecl. ,,.. .. of. said primary*[ of _plaint.TO file, In thla rai due proof that you W..t a No. 5. I pledg-e myself well propertle of QUINDTB i

1'. elections, who 'are whit .Uctora. who AiSlfwlfoiiriT "AT CONCERNIt have tu-rved a copy of your answer on Tn wont cases, no matter of declare. their adherence to,.the principle W. I ara cured by Ih* wtmderfnl. old reliable JDc ] faithfully the
from the. affidavit o-J the flnld conteatant either In person orbr t discharge duties Brrfche the Bkiod. MIBoULU
Ehd oricanliatTon Of .h. .WhiteHan's ap..rlng Porter** Hmllnsr Oil.It relieve* outjllalaria. )
of pollcllora for ComplaSanTi "frlter' malt 'If .this ) It AaU.p
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PAGE 12. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 19UK

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I Is also t.hq trusted leader amongth: officer* of said company.shall b* cjualJu'hn .-
"I. i i. tned:
T young people of the First Baptist Partln. President.

1\\ church Tampa. Bro.' Mabry being an .' Henry Pat Johnitgn t) .Tartln, Secretary VIce-PresIdent.&: .Trt-u.urtr.

Worth Careful ThoughtDo I r e4e 'Additional Locals I expert Sunday school andB. 'V.' P.:,XJ. and a vnrh director.' of mild.. threw' person. i shallbe

man, the church has Invited= him to be Such director* and officers hall b*.
I elected annually on the second Tuc
f with us-as above.advcrticed.NOTH duy In .January of each )year bt>vln-'

you read the label to know whether :Mr and Mrs J, T", Mollard and 'Mr,' i whereas he\ 'found one of the finest iilnff* In the .year AHT1CI.W 1X17. 8 ' '

Iis.: of Jacksonville and'fairest l lands oh earth. 'M OF AI'fI.H'ATIO\ MOTTKHH The. said' corporation, Khali adopt an
baking powder is made from' cream ansi! !> A. I-1. Pe'rrXf I '.,1...:,,'1' AM! I:M'Olt- appropriate; seal. and shall adopt ,flyLaws ,.
your
who arc touring the state ,byautomvljile. 1411TION: I fur (lie irovornntent of Its affiilm .
other hand from alum I ,: not liifunnlHtrnt with I It* articlesat '
the
of tartar or, on : were in the city Thursday.I I KISSIMMEE GOES Ineurpurallon and I the Lita'S of lbKtnto ,, ._
6. I Ntke ,IH hereby l given thai t lid uii of Klorlda: which I Uy-I,nwa may
or phosphate ? ; ,11, : Scagront manager of the d..Hllf.I I ) Will Hllplv |10 tlu <3,.V,'Hl* rof lop ani.*nd,'d or pt>|>cal *tl an may l{1'\ pro
Tai'iipn office of the United Paper \ tic State t of I.JoiI.1a, on tinSrd 1 lay Vll*" In said liy-l.fiwn. 4.
I of A|iI rll, A. I>. I 1116.I for, letter* I I'lUerttItK'Oi AltTICI-U: \ 7
GOLF MAD : :
Royal Baking Powder is made from ..company, and Lewis Well house. of I; ':poitt(1tK'( (t OHC' -ula I Ranch Cam punytui Tlie HlKhoHt amount of ImlcVtodnennor
I Atlanta] president of tHe same corn- (Continued from page 1) I II viI' ni'tic I eu' of -JTIivorporalloM, u cpy run at anv111118 sulj.ct Itself ahall
cream of'tartar, derived from grapesandadds visitors in the city : of WIk't.has l> w-n lilI: : in thu:t ufth,* Twenty I TliouHiind I IxillaiH.AUT4CI.K >
were Thur8.I! Colonel Hunter's match withK. I :
Il'an I great of th 4 Wvcretary of Htalv of ilu* Ktutof K
"to the food only wholesome qualities., lay. .- McFherson I drew a large F'IoIds.1, nnU,, r<-"ld<-nc<>n of tI (\
JOHN( I'AIITINHKNKY 111.10.\0"8:
: I . utid the nutIrtirlaed( en.Itnl
Mamie I I1ludson -
Mrs.
Hudson and Miss
: C. E.
Hunter won one up and missed lc !'AUTIN1' t.uck Hul>Hrrll.cd for by "avh <

Other baking powders ontaln alum or who have been visiting with : put foi; a score of 39. on the Kanery'l. "',\ JOHNSTON' un John fnllowH.1'111'11'10} KlftHlmmeo. "Klorlda 10

the Rev.' S.' W. Lawler and family : .A H1tI.KM, OK \IU.O"'IO"<< AMI ,
suit >
in the & cond round. Some ( M.
both of mineral l origin and HoroHKi < Pt \I4'I-IIt or '
phosphate, I1mury II. I'zt, tie.. KlHHlniiiife. Klorldn
k-ft this week f or,a-visit at Fort My. i O'HOI.IIA"' : ( M 1091 I'AY r. ..hRI'ell.
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The match of the
big season was
used as substitutes for dream of tartar ers and later: will probably go to Cuba 1 I'nt JoluiHton. KlMHlinnK-e. "Florida 5
I played: last Friday afternoon, when The umlt-r iiKnl i l hf'rHjy 'imtmclatoI I HllfirCH.8iu ,
: because of their cheapness. before returning here for another ; hAiiiH" ,'1\',*H toKothvr, for the puritoHn of >,i"lur I "ri of I Inrormiriitorn, :
Norman Erhardt, professional at the'. bi'coniiiiu: I, !I in<'ui-poratfd uiiijUr, I UK* Is a NUt Ji ill N f'AHTIN .
sh'Tt visit.Rev ]local club defeated Otis Georgo, the I'Ioi-lda. IIK.NKV; ; II IAKTINI'VT
I AHTlr-LK 1. 'JUIINHTONKtulc : (
: 0. G. Keown left ,
Never sacrifice quality and healthfulness : Thursdayfor i Winter Park professional, two up and Tin ....u.... "I| thlH ,.rMiralltii. | . HI",1it'n.i \ or Klorlda )
Orlando to pain his daughter 1, t ] ItS in-h t'uiitiiany. I l prin Cc.UlltV" l>f < (Mt.(...In >
for low price. : one to play. Erhardt had a score of : 1; :I :; (. II Ill: I;jtlM-f I ; of ;I,ur'l I..I"H. : :haIl; TO .\ 1.1. WHOM: I IT MAY CONOI5RN:! I :
I :Mrs.\ Fred Bruenhofer, who went TO for the eighteen holes and George, l 10.* In. t hi' clt v .>f KlMHlmim, >i>. ("iHrcolaOUM KM IT KNI: I,, S. That. i..-(or,' Inhn|
'there recently to be with her husband ( 1).1" ,ph.. SiSal of Kluildit. itiid tin IIIHI'Himu'i.1] olTl,","I. lulv l aulMrllK), '
73. place of liUulncHH Mi a I II !10<: ,.".H 4 luct-l 1 I uiKlir. the I I.II"'H, of HIM HI 111.. of Klorlilii -'
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. who now has a position there. ,'IH..wl..r., In. { lit* 'Kao.j of Klnilda.h orIn ,.lo n4lnilnlHi4 oaths nnd tal li" aoknow .
The contest was played in a higb) I. other ntat.." I.ii New York .11 They will be missed by th'cir many wind, which could almost be characterized other i'fTlecs, brn"et"'H., au4ticl. or | "'iir,-l John I I'nrtln.I Henry, lartlnlnt I
friends in Kissimmee. "I hI.l'wlm-. iUI may b.* IMTCHMJU > or cpnTin I ,Iohiu; .t iii, vni'h to itttt Wfll. known
as a gale and the drives wore V" Il let,t.. II ml know to be the I Individual I d..-
All parties interested a'j.e requested I .%ITI'I.I2: ., HorllM'il I In atul who nuliHcrlbefl theiriiunieN _
I thus mad more difficult. Despite! the utMH'ial I tint.II I'I. t ho- l uHJm.Hior ( t<. t the I fdteKolnir ]I'r..1| har-
I to meet at Pleasant Hill on Saturday, wind followed the I.UHtin-M-" to I IMtiaiiHitrtfd _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I. and asrfist in I high a large gallery I <'otnpaiM In UH folIowH\ Htnl l befortme that I, ho executed I tho
March\ 11th, working out play and the driving of both was of To 10..r,.(.". rnlH I I iinpoi i I. e s i,,.rt. d l">alIn I mime r..r 41.I .. nurnoHOK therplii I <>xpieHi<-
and cleaning up the cemetery. The I' en It It*, MMMP, hnrxrH hnuM ami do. ...i. and ilK thlr free. and voluntary act
superior excellence. Otis was apparently ni.-Mli nntinalH HIM) lt\ t-sta'k of all II 101) deeil I
Light Offers Plan i Entertaiment BeingPlannedjor ; ladies arc requested to attt'nd.and, the in but Er. klndH. ami to ,.,"'r>' on a K'-nuriil" litKto .. \VITNKS.sTmy hizi mil ami iifflclal weal
master driving I .
for the <'h, "grlzIn, an..1| HKI,,ulturul l ,: hl1MI- nt I K I iMHlninu-e. bring! basket dinners workers. I hardt proved the better in the approach tK'HHTil .... this the l 214th!! day of 1'Vbruury..
I 2I tQ Aid Shippers MeetingContinued The old ,plant of the South Florida after the green was reached. I I ;all: pMMliii-lM ..f t Hi. fat' in; :ami, diiiiy.and :, a ix i P Keni) r, (1 \ nit I TT.
Lumber was re-opened thiN The detailed] follows., all .aill I'I.l -''. "woo.ln ii tot mr <'I h.i n.ltN" Not!a l:J I Pilllie I 1 I Stale '>f Klorldn. .'
company score : ; : .
oiliu !I. 'd nianuf.iri
I ( pr pat i MI I ui t-d MiiiiiinlNH| I week and will be operated by Slater Ki-hardt- Out--4--4-4-4-4-4-l-4-34:! : rn"",, suet pfodtit' IMTo JoIst & iarielt: .
( Continued from Page One.) ( from Page 1)) CHI 'r>' on tin I, hunln MS of, hole- .\ l t.tIieI4 for <'VrM.i'allon. IlStS)1I'F ,
Reed as! the, Lakeside Novelty Works.Mr. I II In54l5oS45a3l6Total : : Baliand t n.tall I I d-ai'a I In 1110'111. ,andni -
of Morning April! 13th. ..at t 'pi'odiit' 'I 1M. and to "|'''l'IIt I <. In I con.. .1 }
Under the Thursday in .
I Reid
present system is getting everything 70ierojre
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t'i'j bution only a very short crop distri'l Delegates! and visitors will assemble readiness this week to begin active .(; Out-5-oS-4-3-oS--S--4-7:! :! < l k ,..I.'t' anil I II ll\ fMtnck.: r.'h's: I ' '
111M"I I.. ,III."l1r.'IIII', i* all k In MM ,if fooitji : 1'\ 4 OI HT or 'IIII-.It'T' '. Jl'IM.K.::
profitable to the grower. at G ray stone hotel at 10:00: ( a. m., work next week. I I ln43454453l3tTotal : : : tut fin til 'pi .,.Iu.) I IH, .nol( I I to opt, .i alt* (aiulin. Mr tII-; OtKl.Oltint.. OH< KO\ ,

A ..short crop means a loss to the >nd proceed to tlve Gray:! tone Casino : Dolph) ] Belli of High Springs! and a 73: hoiiHt'H.i,I In Is,t t"I I k't.tntU.. :plan:t'I.I.1 I;M. old rannftiK; :: ntot'HR fin-t'<< uar 01* I ti-H<--, i .'01 51'9.

transportation companies.A I where, the opening!' session of the convention : former ri't-ident: of Kissimmee was n I 1"1'1111.i t'Ol'a, I iind, otlu-r. feto'I,Hn ; In re Kntvtr. of Z. \\ !!....
I I lot) 'ill ItirJ IdlnuH.I t n,' '-.I.1! foi I Un' fonllllt Tit all ('re big! crop nt good prices means will I be called I to order at visitor here last! Saturday and eon- SOMK GOLF; :NOTES :I ::: t Of u'I; h ItUHIIIfHH' -1 iinil all. IerN..s kn.1... 'llmn or "...

prosperity to both grower and J 10:15 o'clock by. president Chris 0. :' foirecl with "several local poople'in rl'-I McPherson: defeated Cal Mci \::1:1'1',1;,; ', ::/': l lipllKlUlM\ Ht :II:,: ..onx**.!-V.or :ottMTWlHOt 'liatiK:i; :.. .y"...".dH. ,Iiml....In."*ah..It, Mqld<.r you K:"t.trt nri> horchvnollrtfil .

portation people.Transportation. 1I.ans-1 ('od..n. loll. of 'P'Lund.I ) I 1.In yard to a new illdu..tryhich would 1 I''M'' itnn tt.L.. .IiHI"'M"| of rude. and! :_ I anil:, I i::>4juir I <*d] ti, prenent any
i aughen) t two 4."i; holes. 1 I anil .1 l whU-li I I ,
I : ) up on .1.t zi tl I in "if.tl l Mtati- tir other piop, *rty, ii SuN < niHMtlH vnn or
people( 1 :you! \ (,,'rItI()); liy tlaH(.,'. !S.V.. Law- : Ina gieiit! thing for Ki-ininiee.) rdg.nKali': ; defeated I 1)) Hullock pi I *<",Hi.1I I ,,>l "I".sf ..It. ht-r. of l > ..u. inav has',* nitalnnt thoi
'I 10 ,jiu,,i iH... .111)' and All ,,1I'r hunl10 'Mill to Of 7 W HaNH tlTlIIMf,1. lat.' Of
solve this) problem! for I the} /glower if I I'-,'. lIar old l Smedal.. 111<' >oung man \\ lux.i .> -i\<'n up anil l Ii i to play. *.>.. .UM.,,1!l to' ro in)' and all I I otlnr a<*tM.iiol finn-ola fount v. Florida to the uiiI.'rtiInlstrntrlx -
will I .\ddl'<--" (>f \\ (')i1 ".mi' l Ioy t tilina> or ., I I MiinuM ,,IIN| to i xi-tolm. any and .nlmn of nat'Ht,,tlthii .''.
you try. iniul'l'I hist, week by falling from ; .I., I II. (in rkt .
L- < .i\ I.ningstoii defeated .. U oil) i IM.IV "H wlih, m.tIn* IHH'IHit .l" ) twn > inin r..1I1 thi rtatihiieof
$ How' I of Kis, ", .. . .. I tt.I Mnn h 2n", A I' 1911
imimeKespon.se of \ \ | -ili. ni "r >onv* nlent I In mn- /
a -ilo at the I HUlryFalm i .ast th t ti'I D up aol eight to play. ,,, ,11..,, "lIh I .>,. I I.. ,..Ilitl.." I to the IIRNHIKTTA: .' .
1 Hy t.ni ,loi mg a competent t man to "y'I itc- !'evidentinr, ( iIt. i- itpoited I to belightly] iniproed. I J''C"'I' defeated 1 I. C'air i 1 up. |"1I-1I"i, -*.' .no) )"MHttifHH n-lfilMfori'. I 1 1-ttt' AitmlnlHtratrlxW.
the date t of i atJacksonville. Conklin of Miami.Hipoit I I |>" i'II.d\ \ "hi.I 1 II a nRlul'II1 I I IHTHIMI. and -- --
gather up shipments I II I,. ha I lic-tn iemo\ed to tin- .
<< t Hob Bullock defcittedV I A. :Mcfit \1I .1, 'M''I'i.| i 'O < f t 'UlM hai, a-t-r may
Then )inve the shipperst of ml'inl'CFship' committee.H.,11 home of tht" R.'v. !SV.: I I.u\\er.] whenhi ] '{ up! and 2 to play. I 1.i ", rnll\. tjtt I and. "rt'IK"'. and. to lo anvi
ml I .ill' Ito (Lit aim'
"i ot Mfti H .r t things" helot. -
diff ','Cflt stations ud\ised where to I \ call.Annual ,can ha\'... very attention. I L. A. Hamilton defeated! U. H. .. inntioiH I d I. i.111..-.. atom, or In J. BRYAN SAYS-.-"There are

ship. So disbursing) the clop that all ] leport of the president.Rece .. .'::1. :.Idjin.s (;Juild of the Kpiscopal: Wnodham 1 up on 45; holes. < otnhin.tlioiiI I II( l I N tli I .,, i ht, , tnrorpoi.itotw three momentous questions ip be
markets will the wanted ,, II hit, .it) ,.I HI and .
supply s.Jliursdaj ( .
get oliJiilH powi -
iliuiih r will I meet' at the home of11': )H, Hennien defeated J.V.. :Simpson:, .
tit d and onlnilird In "
I i PM "I'| < t : < 'IIM''H <
and that nomaikets will be over sup Vflrrnoon, April! 13th.Meeting :-:. II I I, Mullock next" Tuesday afternoon 'I 1 up. t hlH(,' |"l'I'-,, ', 1 11|>li "h.,11 i M *pt WtliTf solved in the near future.
"lIo"'M'I, i < \ |>M "I. In H.tid parauraph.IM I
called older 2 lock.
plied. Transportation people, help to < at o I Mauh: Tth.; at ::1 i oMock. All the la- I Howard Katz defeated H. A. Huntfi I n', "Iw.. Ilnll',1 or. i '>stIt.-t) I h.I l h.v

: the grower to solve this. problem It I Hepoit of e\ecume committee.Repot I dir< or the guild! are gently reque'td 1 .r. i I. ni .. to ..i. ",f't .'IM i- I fidin, tho G. D. B. SAYS_--"Smoke Capitals
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up. 1)0) I.-'ltnw of .111.I'.r' i'lauKt, of thIs
won't 'ost you much. It will pay t of btandniK ('omm'ittl'ps.i I ] *o be present Mcl'herson: defeated Edgar Katz i halt, i', i hurl. i. Unt I that tluohJ.. <'(N nndIM.U :
you big, increased' freight receipts and Unfinished business.. hr i 1:1: <--. 4 up and 2 to play. i'M "n., nii'i") an,,.l ni.. nt (.10,1 Khali heIM .

will help the whole state. ,, Hound table discussion' of advertising :I The many:! friends of :Mr. and! Mr\ =. Bob Bullock defeated Bearden I up. ,,
Yours truly, 1 / rates led by R. J. Holly\ of Sanford II .I.uk Ra t I..an.p i f ,na, < t 1..1 1 AT ALL STORES
L. S. LIGHT, death of their nine-months old ,
daughter ; I up on 27 holes. VltTM'I.i: :3
"iteddick Fla. I 13th. , ,.. ... !,
Thursday E"l'ninlr.pril I early] this morning. Funeral arrangements :Mrs. Clark defeated .Mrs. Bullock Thamount It apital ntork oft
hlH 1' atlo tit hoi irod h'rt. -undernhall
oi poi" n a \
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I Special entertainment. I had not been made at 1 l>.- 1'111TI"'M'" ''id, l'oll""K
llth. up. <.f: '"."I11"1'' ( dl\ !I.1-tI] ] I Into,, Tuo IlundridShat .
MRS. HONORIA QUARY Friday l'olorning.pril I the hour of going to press. The Valley ] ; Mrs. Katz defeated Miss Inez Car- -H ..r ,par \nlu* of One Hundredrf I
Meeting called to order at 9:30: Gazette joins with hundred of I 1- I UMI( I( J ...11..."l'sioh, ,
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sonlup.
An I,> par rt or. all of Hair eat ph I vl utor-k
o'clock. I friends of the family in expressing" I Mrs. Stanford det'atedfrs.: Hamil- mahe pa>'ahl.- either In cash or In
MILLER PASSES AWAY Report of membership committee. pi "I"I 1 y. la liur or H'I'\.It.! <.s at. n. Just AUNT PATSYPOULTRY
I.sympathy for the Borrowing parents. ton5 up and 4 to play. *'aluatitm to ht fixed by the Incorpora-

Address by Dr. J. H. Ross presi. W. J. Morgan and :Miss M. Morgan, Miss Bishop defeated Mrs. Living- I tars to he.or calU-d hv th("or'ltreotorHr Much 1 purpOHe at a: rn.-Jind*'ting tIn I MASH '

Mrs. Hono'ria Quary Miller died at dent of the Flonda. Citrus Exchange. of Bellaire, Ohio; Mr., and Mrs. L. E. ston 1 up. ludftrrie.nt' of such incorporatora or director I A sure egg producer. It never fail ..

the home of her son,. J. W. Miller ((20 minutes). .' Holmes of Robinton Me.; Mr, and In the second round Mrs. Clark de- j labor* aa or to th servIce* value shall of\ such In th property. nh I if fed according to directions "

k Just north of the.:city Wednesday at Address by James H Murphy president Mrs. M. A. Olsson,Dr. and Mrs. C. Peated .Mrs. Katz 5 up..and to play; "I..khold.a Nenre or fraud and un all. con pariU<"lullve tleallntc upon E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYJAUKKONVll .

L 5,20 p. m., and the funeralwas held Associated! Land_ j;,Development. S., Iurphy,,. Dr., R A. Holland and :Mrs.\ Stanford >i defeated Miss i |Bishop i i with the ('''mpItyA) ,\ .K, F'L.A.V '
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) i,Thw"uuthorljt*d capital stock may biHHUfd :
| Colonization I !Florida? "
at the residences Thursday morning and Interest Glenn''Boardman, all of' Calais Me., 3upand2.i ., $ I .. rul paid (or at such time or __ _
7. ,at 10 o'clock by her DJ W. 13.Witherspooi ((20 minutes): automobile times and UUIM nueh tertnn, and .
pastor composed an touring! party In the cup tournament the men I IIIMK t at the. Hoard of 1 >lr..torK, may I
interment being made New business.Round t which 1'pentVpdnt'sday and Thurs- players have reached the semi-finals! ,i I let-..miniaiifl I It nay he I livcreaHfd % S
from 1 ,m to t I line. I..p.nd the H mountt
: in Rosehill cemetry. There was a table discussion on "Contestsas ' nay nt the Graystone hotel. i, with rounds to be played by Bob Buo.k ]- .it< il I, In. DM manni itro\ldtd. by law Are Your

large concourse of people in attendance I Subscription Getters," led 1 by S. J. II. H. Huff who has been of the \UTiri.K 4 .
one ] and {I.. A. Hamilton paired, whileK. Tin c oi i |"ioi at tlon 1 ,8hall have KUCCIHI -
I and 1 the floral offerings:! wure exceptionally I Ttiplett, of St. Cloud operators at the A. C. I.. depot ror'I McPherson meets Guy Livingston.The I on. l-\ it. .. ot t pin,,,."to name ....pdulllly Electric Lights
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.tnd I in I. < \IMI t i,ii trp, tatIy! '
: elaborate.] Friday Ktrning: .\IriI141 h. several] months left for ileen CoveSpiings I winners in these semi-finals will 'ltTI"I.I'; Ii
hole ']1'i.-.. I.ii*<.iii. '. ..r I the corporation shall
: Mrs. Miller suffered a slight attack Banquet at Graystone ) :: where he was ordered to take meet in the finals] for a battle royal. \I.' i ..".111, t t. d 1 l I"\ ., l'r"HI'nl a Vice. Out of Fix?
resembling in paralysis I I Saturday Morning. April 15th. the of This f'i, ."std".ni, .. <*.i t tory and. l Treanurer ;-
symptoms position agent. is u he winner taking the
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cup. .tnd' l a I Jo. 1 1 d I of' I .1..t.'H t ,'onHI.1I111C, of
about th- middle of September last.! ]: I'l'tingcallpd to order at [9o'cI motion for Mr. Huff andjonlhi<' pro-I Gay L\ingston| is the dark horse I riot, I I."M than I I lill'i ) "* nor more than five Call Osceola Electric Co. .
,, ,htrc'torsl
in* mlii'iv I ui'l' I (h. number of
She lingered for some time in semi-i i ock. richly deserves. :Mrs. Huff left of the tournament and is looked uponto xhall l I" (lix. 'I 1 .hv I lie MI..kho"'rH In I C. E.. GARDNER. Mgr..

r helplessness] but had sufficiently] recovered -| Unfinished business. I I Thursday to join her husband. The win the tournament with his handicap Ihi q8I...It'\1 P."l-aws"i**"n p f mahold om. time to two. time or more The
House
to be able to take care of j I found table discussion on job print- I many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Huffregret of 22. Bob Bullock is playing avery ..rr..H. .-xi'..pt. t hat the j'r.stdent and Ii \I Wiring Fixture
be the
tinF" asurei Mhall not name 1 and
herself mainly when she fell the 5th ,I ing prices led by Wayne Thomas of |I that his promotion necessitatestheir consistent game and from the I pi"( Soil' Repairing

S ''of February and tore the ligaments; of Plant City. removal to another city. J. S. indications it looks as though Bullock I i I tie The I h. follow ofTloerH.Intc to named co/iduct pernona the busIness shall \ 119 BROAD-WAY'

.her hip severely. From this she Report of secretary. Dawson will take Mr. Huff's place and Livingston will play the finals of th.. 'oinpanuntil. the ofTlrern. who
I oft _ _ _
shrill. \ I be letted at the first election ,...
: fered intensely and was never sUf-1 Report oftreasurerSelection for the cup.BAPTIST. .. ,

Bit up any more. She lingered of next meeting place. here.Dr.. Richard Bickerdike, from Chicago Ii '. .

beyond the expectations of her family Adjournment.W. Ill., who has been combining a CHURCH SUNDAY t

I and physician owing to her unusually tour of Florida with. a visit to his Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. N. C. or' i ; ; -.r ;

4 strong constitution. Millerjr.. of the Osceola Prarmacy sister, Miss Elizabeth J. Bickerdike, Bryan, superintendent. t IassifiedAdsernen.4.-op

JMrs. Miller's maiden name was and two great-grandsons, "Bill' of Kissimnvee, left yesterday via Adult Bible class, J. W. Wilder,


John L. F. Mills, was! an Englishman of these were present during the last the Oklawaha river to Palatka and Services of the church 11 a. m. and S 0 OO-.'. . . 0 o4 + ,4 .+.oo+.+++++oo..ooooo- .oo.

and preached for 'a time 'in Charleston days and at the funeral. I. thence to Daytona and other east 7 T p. m. At the evening service Col.! FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage TO EXCHANGE-Rental city prop .'

South Carolina. Her grandmother coast localities, after which he will G. E. Mabry, of Tampa, will speak.At close in; $12 per month E. erty for good bearing orange grove. ..

i was Miss Elizabeth Ann John- Card of Thanks. go home. The doctor says he found 3 p. m he will speak to S. S. E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur- X Y Z, care Valley Gazette. 9-4t
I 1Q4 Possiel Ave. (The Inn).
eon. She was born in Lancaster We take this method of extending'ur Florida is not what he. thought it was. teachers and at night will speak ance.

county South Carolina February 8, sincere thanks to our friends who He: expected to find one-third marsh again. Brother Mabry is not a minister yOH SALE Oft TilADE for horse and FOR SALE-Bay mare, seven years

: 1830.' She was married to James Miller have so kindly ancT loyally sympathized and swamp, one-third sand, and the I at all, but a Sunday school and wagon one 2 cy. Buick in good old, guaranteed sound; rubber-tired

; March 20, 1851. She bore two .with us and favored us in so many Balance in mosquitoes and other pests, B. Y. P. U. worker. He is the president condition trade at once., good': A.tires M.; must Jones sell P. or O. surrey and harness; farm wagon

sons one of whom died in January. ways throughout our afflictions and wiht some sun-heat "thrown in;" of the B. Y. P. U assembly. lie Box 221 "Klsslmmefl. 7tf and harness. M. Munger, 704 Mab-

1877. and bereavement. bette St. 10-2tpd
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1 James Miller the husband of the Most cordially. I FOR SALE-80] acres lake front land,

eubject of this sketch, died May 25, J. W. Miller & Family. Mr .1 mphl IR TnnI KOMluRko Miss.. Ma.'h 22. 915 6 acres in citrus fruit, all fenced, FOR SALE-Automobile in first-

1875.: I ;' : Sl 'ntrha: "I,.,,: ;... ,, Aunt latsye P..ultry "",',,01 ror ..houl anth 6 acres hog-tight; other improve- class condition, or will trade. In-
alld,, my h'n" havo l..n doing a great d,1I1 t-tter. hut Ih.. '11I'HII.." I
In 1884 Mrs. Miller and".' her son, A nt, a ask (M. will fting thO '' t 5. h-N rrn ,i'ttlng' I ,,nlv hSV,. (, ments. 2V4 miles from R. R. $25 quire Breaker &. Barclay Kissim \
riiICK GLOSSY HAIR 11-nM: : :tiiI .!..:T't run at, :,.. ,,.: .. : 'ru :.. ,,,,. ('fl the her,,, to d. th,. htt.htag I. mee. 8t1 J
J. W. Miller] settled in KiAsimmee.d' ( lnl)' .ne of th.-rri", haM "g..ne 10 K'lItnl< IIn.1. ..nc hnM h".n l'I1H'klnlC tor atIlliNt per acre takes it. D. Walling.Kissimmee :
FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls
; ntr.( .. dos ,, a..1 hll" 1-.r. lavlllll u" until 5nIty., Kla. 10-3t '
boarded for about two at .
years Your 111.11.. h..k ..1...." rot I"'h) on thlH I will ..rtal"l) a"prN'I..I" any FOR SALE-One western :
the Graves house. when the son mar- Try it Hair gets soft, fluffy and I ....,,,,'".., you ,'un gtv. m.' If r.Cdlng IhlA r...-.I' wont 1..1. tI,..,,, quit la- /gray mare, .
M i t", I I"'IA "lIflUti to M. I. I will ,-trtaIrIv have 10 quit \\I for a 'hilt,, for I .....1'.t"IY FOR SALE-Grade Berkshire sow I good worker, driver amd saddler; t
ried. During all\ these years Mrs, beautiful-Get a 25 cent bottle .. / h..". ,nt 10 hll.on...' M"'lnK, ,'hl< k,'ns V..r)' I..ul. ),', ., Jo: .'TgINSNA,5. Kissim- .
? Of Danderine. ..ur U..al..r fur Aual I..5-T.kp '.olkna, 1':1"--11. .'... .;... It. and six pigs. C. II. Funk, safe and de end:1ble. 1 light 2-
resided with and
Miller has her son i ii I .
i, nrcc. IQtf horse wagon with pole. Enquire A. .4iL
his aud has been esteemed ...c.
family If you care for heavy hair that glis- i -- S. Nelson. 11-tf.. .

most highly by all. tens with beauty and is radiant with ,i I DWELLINGS for rent, .applv to M.
After the death of the first wife of I I Tiller. WANTED-Position as caretaker of
life; has an incomparable softness andis
J. W. Miller he married 1 Mr\ *. Butler. home or grounds by lesponslble
tjuffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Fresh Vegetables Eggs STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE:
; .S and his mother continued to reside I man. Address J. B. G., 24 Main
Just one application doubles the intelligent excellent
.with the family where all seemed to Strong gentle St., Kissimmee Fla. 11-ltpd
regard her with equal teuderncss. beauty of your hair, besides it immediately and ButterWe condition. Money refunded if no

Miller member of the dissolves every particle of colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf FOR SALE-A good mare, harness
Mrs. was a
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I I dandruff. You have nice have added thes to our line of and
Presbyterian church from youth, and can not articles Island wagon very cheap. J. F, NI-

: united with' the church in Kissimmee heavy, healthy hair if you havedandrT. FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK FOR SALE-Young Rhode swonger R. R No. 1, Kissimmee a' ,
Red cockrels and also egg forbatchina P1 .
This destructive scurf robs ll-4tpd.
; ])1''. letter In 1889. During all these HAMS BACON BOLOGNA MUTTON ETC. Kissimmee. :-
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the hair of its lustre its strength and Wagner,
has been loyal and derroted
she a -
: 'year* 10-lt FLAT FOR RENT-Furnished or an-
member, And has been held in its very; life, and if not overcome it Call Phon4 209 for your wants furnished. Apply at the Gazette .

,the highest esteem by all. produces a feverishness and itching: of .. in these lines. FOR SALE-One 44..4Omodel 1873 office. '-

3 Mr*. Miller it currired by one son, the scalp; the hair root famish, Winchester rifle in food condition.

Ji ;'J..W. Miller, our well known and honcred loosen and die; then the hair falls out CENTRAL: MARKET: Will sell at big bargain or trade for FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE r

', -t : townsman one granddaughter, fast. Surely get 2 -eent bottle of shot-gun, or anything of equal Talue. pasture Iandsfifteeaacres; la Klstmmee -< '

Mm; CarrU'MHIer' Jones, of ''W tar.k Knowlton's Danderln. ,from any drug What hare you? Apply Sherman well1' located. Address .'Bo 31;'

tWflP1G4da.' autd. ODe' crandaon. ,' J.r I tore; and. Just try it. I Valley Gast. office.f I. ,. Waucbula, FU.,, ./,' ..-"
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