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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 10, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00741
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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MAY IS AGAINNOMINATED u I H.: .R. May, 'Who Was -Renominated ; SEARS TO GIVE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: ISSUE \. I J I



1 -, For' Mayot of City In Primary. Election EDITORS BOAT CALL FOR-BOND. VOTE.. /. APRIL ]15 1

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!k : FOR MAYORPRESENT 4 ..A I TRIP HERE TO SEND OUr PAPERS ALL OF COUNTY'SCEPT THIRD

WILL BE INCLUDED IN SPECIAL. .
DURING THE.SUMMER
,, ser ROAD DISTRICT IF QUALIFIED

INCUMBENT WINS IN 1 CONGRESSMAN TO CARRY OUT FREEHOLDERS GIVE PLAN',SUP-. :
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER3 .
WHITE MAN'S PRIMARY OVER I I PROMISE MADE WHEN INVITA. AGREE TO BEGIN PORT. ':

FRED M. BASS BY A VOTE OF. 'nit's' ; TION WAS FIRST EXTENDED TO SENDING OUT 600 COPIES OF ;
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t. 242 TO 214-OVERSTREET GETS ) PRESS ASSOCIATION 'TO HOLD TilE VALLEY GAZETTE AND SOME OPPOSITION MET

MAJORITY IN RACE FOR MAR ANNUAL MEETING I IN KISSIM. ST. CLOUD. TRIBUNE JUNE 1.

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.i AI 41 1 I The board of county commissioners COUNTER 'PETITIONS:: PRESENT

I at itho.mecting held !Monday unanimously -,. Kl, BUT BOARD UNDER LAW

t BIG VOTERS POLLED d ....' '. CITY AND COUNTY HELP decided to begin bonding out CALLS ELECTION AND TELLS

',,/ GOO' copies of the Valley Gazette and I OPPONENTS ,THAT THEY CAN
St. Cloud Tribune elll.h'ek on* and ONLY, REGISTER OPPOSITION '

-i' UNUSUAL INTEREST! SHOWN IN Cl)11T1') COMMISSIONERS: : ) AND after June 1st. It is the plan to have MY D.\I.l.m.'-J>I\'NS AI.L COM-

) t SELECTION OF CANDIDATES! CiTY' COUNCIL EACH DONATE these papers go to persons interestedin I'LETK FOR( 'THIKI(( DISTRICT

t. TO REI'RESENT WHITE PARTYIN S15:;( 10 FUND FOIl ENTERTAINMENT Florida throughout the United ELECTION: TOMORROW.:

r CITY ELECTION TO BE HEM : : OF VISITORS WHOWILL States, in order to 1 present tlvs advantages -

MARCH 25: -PRIMARY: PASSES COME: TO ATTEND: CON- of the county to them. I The Osccola
j'p dt.. OFF QUIETLY. HUT .LIVELY EFFORT ,; '; ;:' \ """': V'KN'I'ION'I'11* BE HELD) IN. CITY i] It IK arguedhat the summer I at the meeting of that

1 APPARENT ALL 1>.\1''. .' ,,":: ', '' '\; ':fr'' APRIL 13.: ANIM5." months are the best time to put the I'ibudy held )Monday acted<< upon a petitian
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i r' merits' of Florida (before, the people signed by more than twenty-

'; H. I H. May, present incumbent<< vin ) iEl" :, ; "'h,"i Kissimmee, first began a campaign of live North, so that they may have ;! l live per, cent of the: qualified freeholders .

f:, the mayor's seat a* the chief executive ('' ..... .... . ,,:/.1'. ... ,. to secure<< the 1910! (! m-eling of lime to plan trips to Florida ;during) I Ithe of all the county except the ThirdCommillsioner's
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i of KiBsimmee. was renominuted ,,',.;i .' ",._ ,,' '9 ,'" ; <''.",, the I'loiida Press association Congressman 1 t winter, months, when the rold | district, asking that
m l by the voters of the White Man's \,, : :;""" W J. Sears, whose home is weather forces them to seek a warmer I the territory named be incorporatedinto << :

K party in the primary election held here, promised if the meeting
b' last Saturday, defeating !Fred M. Bass here, to give the visiting editors a ___ land I that the district .Ixi bonded for

by a vote of 212 to 214''. The race<< boas rid on beautiful Lake Tohope- | DONEGAN PLACE AT $250,000 for the building of roads.In .
while there kaliga. Now that the is ( -
was a close one and was meeting to compliance withthe law on the
plenty of activity and effort on the bo. held here on April 13, 14 and ]5, subject the board railed! an electionto

.t 1\' part-of\ the supporters of the two candidates I he wishes to make good that promiseand WINTER HAVEN SOLD be held on April 15th. when the

11 the day passed off without has sent his check for $50 to defray freeholders, who are qualified to vote
I l I the of the I will decide .
any untoward happening. Friendly expense trip. Through a deal negotiated by the the question.The
I rivalry marked the contest from start I I A portion of his letter which accompanied Warinjr Realty company, of Jackson full details of the provisions of ,

to finish. the check reads as fol- I'ville, and the Bryan Realty Co. of. Kis- the petition upon which the electionis
George W. Overstreet defeated both IMPORTANT MEETING OF BOARD OF I lows: simmee, the eighty-acre estate owned called may be found In the official

his opponents, Floyd Tison, formerS Washington. D. C., March 6, 1916 by Senator Arthur E. Donegan at
marshal, and Edward A. Coleman, Mr. W. B. Harris Kissimmee Fla. Winter Haven, including the home When the question came up there .'
TRADE TO BE HELD AT 7:30 TONIGHTThere
night policeman, getting a clear ma- : I I Dear Bill: Last year as you re- and grove has been sold to CharlesW. were several persona present who

jority of all votes
'r, this contest was as follows: Over-' | lot inviting the Press Association to ported that the price was in the The board granted these persons an
L street, first
of 'iJf/i9:\ ; Tison, first choice<< 162, second I the city council hall tonight at 7:30. ," stated to you that I wanted to have i law, which<< had been complied with

choice :39!! ; Coleman first choice !\I, Every member of.the board and e pecially the business and professional the pleasure of giving them a boat by the signers of the petition, tie)
second l choice<< 51. I' men of the city are urged to altend.! bide on the lake and that I wanted; : WINTER HAVEN WINS board could do nothing but call the ,

1, Roma Thomas and) How ell Bass I Details! of the proposed entertainment of the visitors who will attend the 'you and the committee to consider 1 election, leaving the matter entirely :

, : were the successful candidates in the I annual meeting; of the State Press Association here on April 13, 14 and 15 : that I was so doing. BASKET BALL GAME in the hands of the voters.

race for councilman) for two (' s'l will be taken up and definitely decided upon. It is important that all of 1, I am enclosing my check<< for $50 Charles L. Gaines, general, sales .'

The: vote in the councilmanic lace \" the members have a part in these ar.angements. I I in order that I may carry out that i agent of the Consolidated Land ..company -
as follows: Roma Thomas, :SOI ; Howell There: are several other vital'matters to come up and President II. C. ',ajt'reement. The Winter )H even lUfrh School and' the Security Investment _.

'. Bass 198! ; II. M. Breaker I'lO: ; Stanford and Secretary act..$ Cadel have asked that the attendance be as I am kept very busy up here, and basketball team defeated the local company, owners of land in the loner ..
r T .L Curry 145.JA' large as possible so that ail'\) f the( matters can be given the attention they <''I may not be able to meet with you in high school<< five in an exciting basketball part of the county was .one of the tI

(Continued on page 6)) deserve. I I (Continued on pace 6) game at the ball park last' Fridayby speakers against the plan. His ar L'\l-\ -
a score of 26 to 17 Th. local
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y'" "'J team was leading at the end of .the. iENTERTAINMENT
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REVtHOLTRESIGNS.., BERRY TRADES FOR F first half by a score of 17,to /10, but : '
PAY .YOUR POLL TAX SATURDAY IF was unable'rtosacore; "a'eingle'npoint l X i PLAN .1

)-;' AS PASTOR ? ',\ :,; 'BIG RANCH IN TEXAS In; thisl\lastf;half,'tho fvictorsTfrollingup I ..

BAPTIST . ten' more points in that period of', '
.'..- :' Y0 WANT TO VOTE ON APRIL 15 play. FOR EDITORS'MEETINGAll

:! DESPITE EFFORTS TO RETAIN j jHIM. I 1:w. G.' H ING HER, OF WASHING I The game ended the basketball a- I '
MINISTER ASKS THAT TON. GETS O'BERRY PLACE the preliminary plans have now
I son and Coach<< Harris, of the local
;', RESIGNATION BE ACCEPTED'' If you want to vote in the bond election to be held on April 15th and SOUTH OF CITY AND IS PREPARING high school, is .now giving his atten- made for the entertainment of (i'i'heen
TO TAKE EFFECT ON JUNE 1 j| must poll tax tomorrow. Ii TO REMOVE HEREWITH I I'I'I the members of the Florida State Press
are a property owner, you pay your tion to the baseball team. He stated
:' OR SOONER IF CONVENIENT. The law provides that voters must Lave paid their poll tax on or before I illS FAMILY TO RESIDE that there is excellent<< material in the Association :which<< meets here on

;. I I the second Saturday in any month preceding the month in which an electionis I PERMANENTLY.By I school<< and that the team will give a I April 13, 14 and 15th. The committeeon

1. At the business meeting/ of the held. Tomorrow is the second Sat urday in March and the election is to I good account of itself against the entertainment has been divided

First Baptist! church Wednesday night I I be held in April. For that reason all property owners must pay their poll I a trade consummated during the I other high schools<< of the state. The into three special committees to bindle -

,' Dr. A. J. Holt, who has been pastor IJ I taxes in order to be able to register their vote in this election. | last few days J. F. 'Berry half traded I I; schedule<< is now being prepared and the various as follows details of the entertainment :'

of this church for over four years, 'his farm place south of the city to will be ready for publication soon. :
J, presented\ his resignation. There was W. G. Hingher, of Washington for a !. Boat trip on Lake Tohopekaliga
I Friday afternoon, 14th-C. W.
a motion made at once that the resignation big.ranch in Val Verde county Texas. April
W ADVERTISEMENT i CLARA PLOETZ WINS Griffin and J. W. Thompson.
t be not accepted<< but at Dr. The
FORBIDS O'Berry place consists of 740 Reception at the Coif Club Thursday .

g t'. 'or Holt's earlier, insistence to become if convenient<< effective it was to"June finally.Dr: Holt.first accepted << -, I!| FOR PAVING MAIN STREET !'acres, 70 and acres several in grove other, a buildings.The nice resilience .-I! ANNUAL,/ SPELLING BEE night and Arthur April E.13th Donegan.-W. B. Crawford

[ ranch property, which he securesin
I --- Banquet at the Grayitone
.r; There is no trouble in the church, I Hotel
the trade consists of 3840 acres. The annual bee held
T Dr. Holt'feeling that it would be in :i spelling was Friday night-W. B. Harris and E. E.
I Pursuant to the orders of the city I bonds> were voted last August and for The property traded Is said to' have a at the Kisximmee school auditorium ,Naugle.
; the interest of the church that a I I
: council given at its meeting this week, which the grade has already been con- ';cash value of over $80,000. ,I Friday evening.
.'I change should be made. I I These three events cover the main
ti hal been "City Clerk J. lc..Gdbert and City At- ,structed.At I I Mr. Hingher also gets all the stock ,I| The ten hest speller,. /rout 'IH.h of I portion of the entertainment of the
< The following progress: )Lewis j O'Biyun) pi--pared: and the meeting of the council Tuesday
I ttwiney ) ) and farm machinery on the O'Berry t1 c grades from the fifth to the eighth Vlhitors, but it is likely that social
to made dUI inA" these four years by this placed in the Valley (Ju/.ette this week illicit/ :Mr. Gillespie, of the Ala- place. lie is preparing to move his I I inclusive, contested for prizes of $2, ulTuir of some sort will ho planned a for
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cl urch: | an udvrilihfhienl for bids for the paving bamu Paving Company, which concern and. fifty cents I
family here and states that he will lespcclively.I ) the ladies of the party'by the Wom-
I There have been oigam/r'I: the following of :Main ,sheet fruit. the presentend (laid the I brick<< on the paved I become a permanent _resident of Os- |I I$1 first .prize was won by Clara |an's dub This matter will be taken
auxiliaries to the ,'hur. h.: A ladies of the brick, paving at Oak street streets of Kissimmee, and
: appeared
ceola Ploetz the second ,
:, << Mr. ; prize by Thelmit
county. O'Berry plans togo j jI j :, up at the meeting of the .." 'aid Busy Hoes society Junior B. Y. 1'. This paving will be fifteen feet in streets ut actual cost. Plumbing work : l aunt, Mis. C.V..
', i a big U., a cradle roll and a home ,Iepal t- I width and plan and specifications for | in many (plums has caused a rough i secured in the trade. ![i I third prize, by Dorothy Denning! who of the business session the visitors
ment. A regular system of business the work ale on (file in the clerk's of- i| condition in the paying and Mr. Gil- lives with her this :
parents near city. will
The Valley Gazette regrets to learn become the guests of St. Cloud f
'Imeetings of the church 1 ; u prosperous tin Bids must be filed on or before ;1: lespie wants to correct this. The The High: School<< : by :
that !Mr. O'Berry will leave Kissim- !: a\led and a delegation rom the Wonder '
mission in South Kissimnvsc; a new !March 25th It is hoped that the matter was referred to the street R. l>eWitt Brown, render oj
i| mee and is glad to welcome Mr. lIinIjCh'r number City will come here to take the visit-
mission chapel has been built, paid I! that date award, the I committee with
council will Oil power to act<< and it of selections<< during the evening.
I here. We hope thaI both ors there in automobiles. The
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for. and furnished and an assistant ,j I contract ai.d that actual work will be js likely that the committee will instruct gentlemen --- good
will succeed in their locations people of St. Cloud
4 pastor employed who superintends begun within a few weeks thereafter. ]I I !Mr.\ Gillespi.3 to begin work at 1 new are planning an
d. this mission. This is the paving for which !!, un early date. I(I<< t WILLIAMS OFFERS TO entertainment at the lake pier a pro-
II As one of the conditions of the sale gram in the G. A. R. hall and a luncheon .
.h There have also been added to the I was the giving of immediate to be served, by the Ladies Improvement -
I possession -
church 178 members in this time. A HELP BUILD BRIDGEWilliam tt
I Mr. O'Berry is making Association
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debt on current expenses has been arrangements
NATIONALLY FAMOUS MEN PLAN TO to move his family to this city,
debt from
paid a brought over pre- .
though they expect to Join their son, Williams of Bassenger, OSGEOLAGOUNTYWINS
vious years: and many improvements Jim appeared before the board of
O'Berry, at Rockdale. near MI- county
't t made to the pastor'o home and the I ATTEND PRESS ASSOCIATION HERE
ami, as soon as their new home can be commissioners on Monday _and madean
church. I
built. offer to the county in regard to MORE FAIR PREMIUMS '
Holt has made definite
Dr. no plans I -- the bridge across Uu Kissimmee .

ff yet; but the Valley Gazette joins According to letters received from of Letters from Mr. J. C. McAuliffe, river, near Bassenger. Osceola county again won honors in

J;, with his many friends here in wishing 'Chris O. Codrington, of DeLand, president president Georgia Press Association, TRUCK GROWERS WILL Mr. Williams has done a great deal fair exhibits at the Brevard County

t" ', shim health happiness and continued of the Florida Press Association, and from Mr. J. E. Junkin past-pres of work on the bridge proposition : Fair held in Eau Gallie last week.M. .1

uccees in his noble calling wherever I several men who are nationally famous id-3nt: National Editorial Association MEET ON SATURDAY there. He offers to complete the D. Alexander of Kissimmee,

s Ills new work may call him. i are planning to attend the meetings stating that they expect to be presertt H bridge and bear half of the expense, won fii ,' premium\ for Barred Rock q

I METHODIST CHURCH NOTICE i of the association in Kissimmee at our meeting in your town. The Kissimmee produce Growers, if the county will bear the other half. cockerel urd second premium. for pullet .

:) Sunday school at 9:45. We have April 13, 14 and 15. I am also in receipt of a letter from the organization composed of the lIe was asked to make his propositionin of the same breed.
It been previously announced Mr. J. E. Whiteman, Atlanta writing and present it to the boarda Pat Johnston captured first and I
;? a good' equipment of teachers and can has manager trucker 'in this section, will hold a.
; fnrniah suitable clascc for all. Come that President Wilson has been Invited of the American Press Association meeting: at the- city council chamber' the next meeting so that the legal second premiums for White Plymouth

w' Mtdtjse* what w. are doingAt '. to attend and has taken the matter suggestion' that we secure Mr. Saturday morning at 9:30. As there aspect of the matter can be gone Rock cockerels] ) and first premium.for

,/ 11' o'clock,' subject, Th Four under advisement. Courtland Smith general manager of .has been.nome_ .tiar for several weeks into. This Mr. Williams agreed to do. pullet in same class
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Sovringu 730ih.' -Rest Gtor. .TheE Letters from Mr. Codrington are asfollow. AmeiitaD.Pru.. Association, for a there
> are-fnany.important matters to A. 12'Hoiit. vice-president of the Theo. Maas, of Maseppa, Kina, has;
... wottb LSagu.'meta at 8:80., Good .: talk on the subject "Foreign Advertising be considered. President 8. T: Fares Pint State Bank of KenansrUIe andB. been spending several days in XU>

.-: -utU: aU a11 MrricM'maJ you .with Mr. W. B. Harris Kisaimiaee, Fla.. in Country Newspapers." andContinued ler said' Secretary W. J. Fripp urge .- F. Boe,cashier of. the bank werevUttoSra. II un.. the'guest of his father-in-law. ,
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PACE%. ._ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .:.: FRIDAY, MARCH .10, 1516 :!

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SHORTS FEEl FOIl PIGS The ration will aim provide what car, ;i
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GREAT FORAGE STOCK FARM IS NOW,. bohydrates Little pig*the should animal noLhave-unlimit needs.. "'i '

who fails to
The pig club boy pro-
i BEING ESTABLISHED IN. 'co. vide nourishing feed for his pig will ed range else they will eat too much I
NIFTY CLAY'
NEW' .
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; not (get very far in the contest. Most and'' have thumps, indigestion, .and p psco6rs.
Give plenty of wholesome
them
of the boys will receive pigs that arenot' 1 1
feed, exercise, pure air, ,water :
will be in the 'rM
very' old. They
NOBBY SUCCESS OF VENTURE"ASSURED BY EXPERTS' AND COUNTY (AL- .most'need and sunshine, and they will, develop
when.they a
growing stage
READY. FEELS BENEFITS OF WORK, WHICH IS CONSIDERED growing ration. Deprive them of normally.

That'a tuhdt they gay about. the ONE OF THE MOST' IMPORTANT YET ATTEMPTED. this and they will be stunted and.any ;a I
Belgium women are amonvcleverest the '.
I splendid line of new Spring Suit ---- amount of care afterward will not en- lacemakers in the world. 4.

Fabrics we are now showing. Ore' of I the greatest development have to! look for buyers, but will be tirely restore the pighood bloom. .. -- ',," .
propositions. ever started.in Florida,.. induced to give)I 'more 'care to thslr A P. i Spencer district agent !for -

and yet commenced with least Boise I' herds than\ in the past, while the com 'ho University of Florida Extension
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.j I and publicity, is that of the' Southern puny's agents will continually comb Division recommends shorts and

We 'II Take Your Measure Cattle Feeding Compahy, which Is the ranges for the best animals, and ''lenty of green feed -for the growing SAWMILL
now under way 'near Green Cove these will be immediately sent to the rg.: Give is as ",uch shorts as it will

Springs, says the Florida Times. fattening. pens. lean up daily. Moisten to a slop with : 'MACHINERY 3
: and We'll Fit Your Frame Union, of Jacksonville. The' results 1. Handling Callle; ":-"': : valor or skim milks ...A. better mix. ;,

of this big project will be the biggest I Not'only will this system be followed I I! ure \perhaps is th -fourth8., shorts AND

IkvV advertising from practical: work that I in handling. cattle, but provision 'I "n d l one fourth ground corn. With ALLSUPPLIE5Write

has ever been given in the state, according will ulwo he made for fattening other j jI 'i'hor ration give'pl<'I1t.y of green I
\ Our Cleaning and Pressing to those who have tecenUyvisit..d. I animals such as hogs, sheep and I I'' 'PcLd. The green feed and the shorts For Prices Aid-

the scene of operations or in goats. Men who. are interested in I I \ ill provide plenty] of material matter I Cataloi er
Department other ways become acquainted with Florida and her development declare 'j for malting bone. The shorts will
what I is! being done. vide protein for muscle building. ro-I
3 ) that this is by far one of the greatest
IS THE BEST IN TOWNOliver's .. Few people' understand, the scope of j movements ever started (ajid that it will provide both mineral and protein. I y 1

this big undertaking, !but some idea people of this state.ST. -
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Suitatoriam of itt immensity run. be gained - t

through contemplation of the work l.Ol'IS' LIVE STOCK MARKET I 1
actually under F': available; 1 SPECIAL REPORT
way. very
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PHONE 61 man worthy of a position that can be TIR.2": i

secured I me being hired for work on the National Stock Yards, Ills.,

r land of the company, which is being Feby. 29, 1910. :
'-Jt I I cleared, for forage crops. llundii! cKI faille receipts 35000.: () The propor-j PURITY ICE CREAM :1

I iof white and loloicd men are now t lion of southern cattle was very |
I I I I busily gaged in clearing and pre ,mall, only five cars being received to-I !
are trying for nn education, lire lirotheis The Taste Lingers t&
TO '; |uirifii: great tracts of land for I chi day, and prices are active and fully .
TELLS OF TRIP
and 1 si---terH of DeSolo Tiger, who I
first plant, their took consisting 10) to 15c higher. than last week'scline. 1
w."... murdered, and rnhlied.I of his furs I
'about three mainly of grubbing and slumping. Sales on today's market fol ., It's Made in Kissiitnticc.I i! Special Prices to
CAMPS OF INDIANSi .. years ajjo. I Other. gangs. are engaged in constructing low (mixed $Um tp $5.50; cows $4.40 ; .
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.1'0111tulian\ Town Die visited
I party i buildings and-sheds whit tIi to $:b,5O;. ; bulls, $5 to $5.50/ ; calves and, Lodges und Church ()dnls..
i at Fort 1.Laudcrdale, where they $8.751 I .
ill be required when the actual feeding yea lings $4.85 up as high as
M. WIM.Sd.V( : SPKAKS INTKKKSTINCJLV : i found them picking beans for the I" ,''
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of stock begins' and this latter 'for choice vealers; oxen $4.50 to $5.75. I
: ; OF HI':( IN'I'): VISIT | white man ; also at "Miami, where I PURITY ICE CREAM CO. I
stage will probably be reached duiing' I: clog receipts 10,000. The good,l,
n WITH I'HOMIMCNT) :': :NORTHERN': : about I forty, Imljans were camped, who I
the ; strong! weight hops sold at 5c higher
I year. PAUL McKEE
I present : Mijr., t
;1 MIN: TO TIIK V.\lilors I'AMI-: | were engaged in picking' beans in i
bulk of the
prices today, top $8.90;
LIES OF SEMINOI.KS: : ( : IN FUOKIDA. the fields. From there the party sep\ I One Thousand Acres in Hay. I
I good hogs, 150 los and selling at
lll'U.edMr.\ Elkintoi: returning north, 1'11' enormity of the enterprise ran\ ) up PHONE 41 "We Deliver the
I I be judged from the plan to plant, $8.45 to $8.80; ; rough. hogs $8 to $8.25. It
while'] Mr. Sniffen visited the Indians I slow and Goods"I II t
Pigs dragjry at steady
J. M. Willson, jr.-talh; interestingly in the Big Cypress on the west-coast." 1,001)) acres of la-id in Natal grass, a I prices, 120 to 140 Ibs $7.00 to $8.40; I
of hiH recent visit to the SeminoleIndian --- --- -- crop which has been arleady r.proxcd
in Florida with two its value\ to this. state and which ha'- I light pigs $r to 765.
c"mpn
Natl. Live Stock Com Co.
prominent travelers from the North. in a few short years (taken Florida by'J' I THE ALL. PURPOSE CHARCOAL STOVE
Ho says: CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR j storm. Finding that this forage grass -- -- --- --- -

"In company with Messrs.\ ,Io pph will thrive belter in Florida than any NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD I
other class of feed, and that it can The GemECONOMICAL
Elkinton and M. K. SnifTen of Phila- The I KiKsimmec Valley Gazette last ;
-of the l hoard -of directors of be profitably produced with a mini-
delphia week mentioned the Children's Home Expels scrofulous humors from the
the National Indian Rights. Association mum of care and labor, the Southern i
Society in a helpful way. blood which cause constipation malaria DURABLE .. t
our party went by auto to Okoe- I Are you getting ready for our "best I Cattle Feeding company was not rheumatism, sores, ulcers pim ,
slow to adopt is as one of the prin-
chobee City the first day. There we ever" state convention that-convenes ples, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy (
secured the Seminole Indian, Hilly in DeLand April 20-23: ? Since the 'cipal crops for their lands. One thou- on a guarantee to satisfy. I r
sand acres in a single is said, to
and with his crop
Bowlegs, as a guide, press! secretary commenced work I I This little tore is built to stand
be exceptional for this state and will -- -
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horse and for = = -= = I
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wagon conveyance we nearly fifteen years ago. two state
made of
cause much comment among. those rough usage strong I
reached Indian Town the- second day. and several district conventions have I
"We stopped one. night at Billy Rua- heen held l in the beautiful Universitytown. who have not been accustomed to bon- --- sheet metal it will give the best a fl i

.i .- .tr'. -"'tT.Rity in old Chief Talla It is a fine place to go and the anza. fal millg'. d ky-4aAJ4' I of wear and service. It'* much '

r-.4 r hassee's eldest Hon From the appearances lilessings 1 we believe will this year::be In addition to the natal grass the I II easier te handle than the old clay i

, about the camp they are having: felt in lasting degree by entertainers company is preparing'4,000 acres of pot and it will not crack or 1 I
a hard struggle to make a living- land for the accommodation of other YOU I .
is well us! the fbrtunato: delegates and CAN'T FOOL break. It will boil the week'swash j J
There were a few hogs, and some visitors\ who "get there." forage crops, with the chief purposeof I
'chickens, running about the camp, all Some glorious -news comes from Mr. raising those suitable for ensilage.Some . THE PEOPLE heat irons and cook a meal e1_--

of which, together with their dogs, Karl Lchmann, who wnstho! : honored of the greatest experts in the with a very small amount of t.

were very poor and evidently were: truest, at the last convention at I'oLand.'Varid country have'not' only endorsed the charcoal; in winter it can be used for heating purpose. No smole, no odor.. ,

not receiving much loot! The nurneis I: ( conies. again .this, April. movement but. were' so enthused over . These stoves are very ornamental and 'are guarrntted to give absolute 'S..

ous .emptturtle\'-shells l<: about tthe I '"Tood new'three"exclanintidn''points! ; ; the,1.. prospects)jthattheyghaye| (J freely. :' satisfaction. PRICE $1.50. For sale by all progressive dealers.

camp and some bags of sweet pota 315' now C. E. societies "organized in invested their time and money'in the 4sv. THE FLORIDA:METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY 00' ..
toes, indicated about the extent of work.
ixie since last that
September; 3650 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville Fla.
,
theircommissary department. Hilly means one for every thirteen hours Western Fields Threatened.
s and the squaws were out working in f the djiy and"night." A number of Florida having the unique advantage Send for our g.n.rolcatalogues.

the cane patch some half a mile distant (hose societies will reported in our of 3f growing days every year, 5

from their camp, when we ar- Awn Florida union at I) '1.IInd. and utterly eclipses every other forage

rived. Hilly was glad to see his old, I I I r. I.ibinann will bring inspiring growing section, and with the same .

friend again and gave him hearty 'reelings, from the rest as well as the intensive and scientific methods. e' h- "Honest Abe"was the author
welcome. After supper' for several 'vi-rul, t thousand well-tried workers played! as are used. in the northern I
: hours the two Indians! and the. thrri" 'I i older, societies.Special .. and western states, the latter are of many homely expressions; and SEMINOLE LIMITED

white men sat around' the camp fin in cats for delegates] .(rom threatened! with certain domination! they were always full of meaning.. I
'
interesting conversation. 'lU'U: inivillc, Tanipa and, o111 'r partsf by this state. I It bn'good\ business to try to fool I
"At Indum T
Indians there >(" 'n..d to I... in better. \Viand.I (Our state president! Itiinean time of carloads and even truinloudi GOOD SERVICE and FAIR

# financial condition. Willson 'Tiger and '':. ('uriy, \Box !il ml]ltf .Ia..k on\'illp. is "on of cattle I Ivt'ing bought at Smith Florida I I fjr.'ffTlBJ'
1 PRICES is and :.A. Tlf
I his brother in laHIII Smart, werefrfitiding I ]he jib," and, the i mist of w:, ..houlil! he I points, and from there ,shipped to OUT motto we are i I I I Icatttayo

P tune and making syrup '" iKo,] getting up' enthusiasm for the northern and western stations where I living up to it. We suggest a nice I .7. SOLID STEEL TRAINSCoaches.Declining

Tlv.'y! were using the open kettle I I1p 'J ding! of three or more from every I they are fed and fattened for market. roast or steak for the Sunday dinner ? Chair

1p method' nod! every part of the work I society. The completion, of the Southern Cattle and you will find it here. Car, Berth and Comparlmeni I9.20AM J

4 seemed to le, dune, in the most cleanly I A worker, in west "'Iorida,1111 do- Feeding company's plans will see 'an I Sleeping Cans, f I, I
1 manner. Sixty gallons, of cane juice j"I, kindly deed said "I 1 have so I end. of that method of marketing I -- PHONE 44 L \ SunPJrlorObservation

they reduced' to eight gallons of sy-I!! many lilcssings it seems as if I should I Florida cattle, for those raised home I I II RtM.f NOT TIeLLA FOR IHf(Oni er, T LibraryCar.Dining Car. II j .:

:" sup, which made it very thick und of tll\ Id..." Is not that a beautiful i plan ? will be takes off the range and placed I CITY MARKET RLAOr Nor TIRFD roe rem Aelm(tiller 1 lit .ef
f splendid /flavor. This syrup, they told What mime our societies to do for on a fattening diet before leaving t.heI i

i' us, they were ,selling at $I.O()() a galLon I! lnliyVerk! , the campaign, nftw on for state. Stock raisers will no longer J I IIII'' i il'Itlllq' '

',.. put up in tin cans. At this camp. the Children's Mom-- :Society> ? The I I I III I I \t
:.' we found a few good looking hogs and, '| only society yet heard: l of taking real -- ... ..... S.',' fouls I ''I ( I I i I I III I ljl'
chi.k'ns."Thr fcfV i i f\f\ -v. 705,5.54. llii
i quite a number of interest is tliath of the Presbyterians ( 141tann RlM q ,l l IIa
('(! miles. away we visited in Sanford, which ordered five hun- uD aIOPRy A m, II ) II'' II I lull
t my Tuskanooga/ and Jimmy G ) Jim-I' that CARBONMLE rprAMt NRIM nWt a I I I I1228aM I IN
dred tags. We believe there are Yousuts, ONwns gi11I11 VIII I
1 'amp. There we found six of Capt. 'i good many others. Please reportthe For wearwe SoPJA Ao1IApAIAtlA, I I 1 I Iv

Tom Tiger's children-four men and I good news.Efficiency Spring %) noon r itsetare I I i ir.ru III I I III ..
f p M JUNNyTut
two women (all grown; ) -who were classes are being. carried Areu1 Os, omwtnrn AATIDAN ,

t",, going to school with the white chil- oh or formed all over the union. This J/K/noes 01 UADM,,m nc sun MU cIIMWIK I: i.
dren. Their teacher was a man from Have ItOur II7.SI
will result in a great harvest of expert RA4 A (,OOO DWKEH.UAVt
; Virginia. who seemed much pleased Endeavorers soon, and the campaign III II IICOeIsTN

f. with the progress his Indian pupils! for efficiency and Dixie stand- 1215IRDMY.IODII VIIII 4.{, j '
l were making. TheN six Indians who( ards, will mean that our work will be new line of spring merchandiseis e.i2.t M. ffL LIAI ASO115R IITO i,
rNe Baer III n
in the future carried on by well equipped now on our shelves. I (
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L 1 END STOMACH TROUBLE, I I Recently workers the in business-like wide-awake membersof manner. We have everything for men, women m/IRMI M I I IgooweRexm5ui5se I :

I GASES OK DYSPEPSIA'Pape'r the Live Oak society !gave a Japanese and children.. TRROU4s AFOR4IA i at"y6AN

tea with an address on Japan III(
Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour and a musical program. Docs not that We Want You to See atRTous ARRIncauwImae NURFASt ANYe Maus

Casey Stomachs surely feel fine sound good. ? You ANY TIMe IN tar u tJOn,. ,
In five minutes.If We heard of a place, DeLeon Our Stock Any How "DIRIR4 CAR AURAD" AI.DANY, II wJjJI r "

what you just, ate l in souring on Springs, near DeLand, which should .A avcsosg I .

your stomach or lies like a lump of have a society of at least fifty members Come in and look it over whether you I JACHSOMWttU"55,5 IICT5I 3.PQ r M n s A h.R 5a1DS1r1 A rlCBI ( I ,

lead, refusing to digest, or you belch some one from there estimated.At want to buy or not. JjJI / ro AAO.a AR?Oh,5 t tI ;,

gas and eructate lour, undigested this town, like many others, there I (III I ilI I I I 1MT'I TMA'It ,
food, or have a feeling of dizziness, has been no C. E. organization, for 'Don't fail to see our new spring line of I II Ii 'IIII

heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste years, if ever. shoes for every member of the family. I SCHEDULE I 11111

in mouth and stomach-headache, you Mrs. II. Q. Miller who died in Kisgimmee JACKSONVILLE...... 9.00 P. M
can get blessed relief in five minutes. last week was the mother-in- GOOD GOODS AR. ALBANY...... "2.30 AJW
Put an end to stomach trouble forever law of Mrs. J. W. Miller, who served II An. COLUMBUS....... 6. 10 AM

A by gvttfn a large fifty-cent case of as State Quiet Hour officer and district PRICES RIGHTS IH An.All BIRMINGHAM........12.29 RM I .AAA? "

i'ape'. Diapepsin from any drug store. president a few years ago, and ST.LOUIS..7.05 AM
AM. ...........8.20 AM
You realize in five minutes how noedl led the Presbyterian forces of her own Tor' _" HllcAGO. t Quo.ZW .
,""' ss .it isu'to suffer from indigestion: church besides: Sympathy on behalf H. ( STANFORD COMPANY; tau cau or meet ,I
A.Wfairor. ....... rf.JCMKLAMO _..
"djspepiilav dbo"' of of us is extended to the Millar
"'' or any.atomach many I "C.K.Jg.T L'r gv; e* Htu -ono HOTCU.

r : It's the quickest;, i.ur* ts toraaeb family. 11 IO __ -r. . t '" ," I XM A; '! i Y y yp
t ::doctor fa the world. It' ,. ,... ....
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Heavy Arty.. Enlisted at Govpert,I Robert Bobothaj*-.Co.; B. 11T N. Cavly. EnlUted Kalamatoo' Aug.... ..to.
1863. Came to'Kl lmmee Sept., 1909 Y. State Vol. Enlisted at Oneida, N. 1862. Cam to KlMimmee\ Nov...1907 "..
Old Soldiers Of the Blue and the Grey from Olympia' Conductor R. R. Own Y., Aug.,. 1862. Came to Kissimmee from Hastings, Mich. Farmer, Stopping *

home Park St.MeMlIe Dee. 1911, front Marysville, O. Spend at The Inn..

Or Their Widows' Who Live Here II. Port r-Co(, D. 2d .O. V. winter here, stopping at Hotel. Os- Matthew Spring -Co. F. .60 N. Y( t
: Cavalry Enlisted Cleveland, Aug. ceola oq'Beaumont'Ave., Infy. Enlisted Ogdensburjr Oct. 1861.
yr,', I IT I 1864. Came to Klasimmee Nov. 1884, Paul. M. Blake-Co. L. 2rid Mich. I: (Continued! on. page )
from Sandusky, Farmer,' Own 8)i
: T 'Being a Lid Prepared By Dr. William L. Griffin, of Lama, Mo.,. home. O, -. i
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. ,, ,. .. . 'Who. '/. a Winter Visitor In the City 1 . .. ,.Richard U. Gibbs-Co, C.,.193: "N, Y. CHICAGO
f : State Vols. Enlisted Syracuse, Mch. ''
1 '" 1865.: Came to Klssimmee Nov. 1915 .ABO. gas Alt,
1 I, congratulate you, my' comrades ,other nations: Trenton, N,. J. Came to Kissimmee ,
from I
Mexico ft. Y. Farmer
stoppingat
who Wore'the blue as well as you who These are a few* of the many good -- '--' -4 County Judge, ,Judgeof 207 Bass St.ileary ,! The.Southland
wore the grey, ,over the fact of our and great things 'we have seen and County court and :Juvenile court. ,
O. Morrison Co. B. 22d
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having and are now living in. a period enjoyed in these years since! the Civil Own my home here. -
Mich. Infy. Enlisted Disco, Aug./ '
'. half of the world's history, war. ) New, AIISte'eTrain'
or century I I David 1.. Simpnon-Co. D. 18 Ky. 1862. Came to Kiaslmmee Dec. 1915, ,
4' during which time' some of the great. Kissimmee has all been bujlt, in Infy. Enlisted at Falmouth Aug ,from Trenton, Mich. Farmer. Stop( '
est 'things have ben accomplished by|less than forty years, at which timea 18Gg. Farmer; own farm where''' born: 1' ping at Park Hotel ,i year round to Chicago

inventive genius of the human mind forest of pine and palmetto. .Indeed Came to Kissimmee Nov., 1909, from I George W. Moore( -Co. A. 61 Ind.

_', for convenience, comfort, protection, .1 am greatly surprised at its Grant Co., Ky. Stopping at Graves In.!)''. Enlisted in Hendrix Cq. Came From Jacksonville via..
!safety and general welfare of humanity. growth in the last four years, when I House on Emmett street to Own
Kissimmee. May, 1913. my
.
.' first saw the-town on the north end John R. Johnson-Co. C 110 Ind Inf. horn on New York Ave., 24. Farmer The ''''S Cincinnati, with Service -
,
Am glad to get a ,brief of your war of Lake Tohopekaliga. Enlisted July IS//(:J. Farmer. Cameto generally. ,
luiord as' a matter of history and William L. Griffin-Co. G., 10th W. Kil< to Louisville,

very much delighted that WB enjoy Va. Infy. Enlisted Beverly; May, Trading, mining and general work. Wis. Inf. Enlisted at Malone, Dec.

. the !good I climate, friendliness and excellent 18(>4. Discharged! at Wheeling Aug., Stopping on Bermuda avenue.Thoma 18it!(;: Came to Kiosimmoti Sept: 1919( Flyer and Cleveland In

; society of I\iHBiniinec. 1805. Came to Kissimmee' Dec. 11; I Fouls-Co. I, 23: O. V. I. from Conneaut, Ohio. Carpenter.
To all of you widows of the old sol- Il1t5.! from, J-nmur, :Mo., where we own Enlisted Cleveland, April, ISfil. Came I Own my home 40( !> Clay St. the Dixie dianapolisandlimited '

dit rs of the Civil war, I extend my our home. Physician.; to Kissimmee March, 1910, from Mca-I Ia\id F. '''Woodburt-t-Co. C. 35 O. 5,',

sympathy and I liest: wishes< and am Martin ('o"'wr-Co." B., 116lh Infy. ward City, Mich. Farmer, hotelkeeper O. V. 1 I. Enlisted Hamilton, Oct., 1861.1.jumc for Grand Rapids.
truly !glad to gt, n brief statement of Enlisted: Lafayette Aug., 1862. Discharged and carpenter. Own my own home ( to KisMmmre Nov., 1914, fromRichmond
facts for future reference or history' IMiH.;: Came toj!
-glad to meet you in ;your own pleasant IDO.'J from Campbell, Fla. Farmer. Charlm J. (!rcn-Co. )F, 10th O. V. ('lay St. Kual estate. Limited ,via/tlanta and Knoiville;with
-William 11. liuiringrr -
homes-;you l have) horne the burdens Sharpshooters. Enlisted Clex'oland, Joseph J. Tucker-Co. G. 2nd O.
of lift thru this half century I Ind. I Infy. Enlisted I Lebanon, BooneCo. Aug., 1K61. Came to Kissimmee Jan. Cavly. 'Enlisted at ]'a llcRville, Aug.IMil. St. Louis &>. IndiauapolisClevesndatslGrandand Rapid. Leave. Jacksonville

of multiplied, improvements along all I Came to Kismmmee, Jan. 15, 1913.: Stopping at l 1540 Broadway; .I' ; Came to Kissimmee 1900! from ,O ski 8.20 P. M.
lines of woik to make life Ix'lter for 1916.! < Renting'on. Emmett at 1017' Farming, market garden. i Grand; Rapids, Mich. Lumber busi-' Express to St. All.teelelectricllghtedtrain :

civilized: et'(-at UIPS. You have liorne Kiiimcr.David. "'hill'l UIC low-Co. 11. 122 N. Y. 1 1 ; drawing-room com
the burdens along the journey well, I ) IlerrinjitonKmplo>'cd ininni's. V'ols. Enlisted Syracuse, Aug. 1SG2.! I Rap-id- Louis; Three Trains partrrnntandobservationslsleep.

have seen the time when the <'ovv. Was < Department under .Captain I Came to Kissimmee Oct., 1915, from \ddisoii Ilohsou-Co. H. :35 Iowa comfortable
milked 1 hy hand, churning done in the Bradley, ; Newborn:: N, C Came'toKissimmee 1'( rryvill(', Ohio. I Infy. Enlisted Muscatine, Aug., 18G2. Daily from Jacksonville !lV;, s coaches, All mealelnL.&N.dinin&cara.

old labile while holding. baby.. m lap, in ltll! from China, :Me., I' Frederick\ Richenhach-Co. C 107 C, Came to KiHMmmce Dec, 1Jlb! from & '* vX .
A ard butler would not come for a 10nJC,1 where have summer home. Ow'n my V. I. Enlisted Wooster, 1 Rlj( :!. Cameto MUa('11t1110. Farmer. Own my home l t to New Origans r The Southland
long tune Now ow milked -creamsepaialed home on breeder and horse trainer. ( Kissimmee l )Dec., 1915 from Boone corner Main and Vine. j ,. ten both depots In
George; <). Dean- Co. E., 19th!) N. Dill Limited U five hour*the fastnt a' Atlanta; land.
burned almost" while 'getting Co, la. Farmer. Frank A. Lin'oln-Co. H. 1st N. Y.
br..akfIlAI.all by means of elcctueal Y. Infy Enlisted April, 1861. at El- Frederick N. Anderson-Co. U., 97 I Ca\ly. Enlisted Concord, :March train.from The Jacksonville only one-nigiit-out St.Louii.through All to 3 a p1t..mgtxsdthersteel. at Pennsylvania

appliances all 1 in quantities m J'a. Own my own home on Emmett O. V 1., enlisted- Zanesville, Aug. 1KG5() Carne to Kissimmee Nov. 1910. service from Jacksonville to Chicago and f or tirajidCentral
from fiOO to HOO pounds at one churning street Came to Kissimmee Dec. 1909 18R2. Came to Kissimmee 1912. Far- from Oklahoma. Own grove in Or- St. Uouii. Season, January 12th-April 8th. f

.. We have in this period of time from Nashville Mich. Mechanic. mer and generalissimo. I ange county. Leave 9.35 A. M. cf Station
of the Atlantic cablein William Tt"mplt'-Co. B. 2nd Nebr. William K. Brown-Co. B. O. V. Clncinatl.-
61
"seen the laying Dixie Flyer 1 I.famous all-the-year all-ateel train v
18)9(; -building first railroad across Cavalry Enlisted; \ at Omaha, Nov., 1. Enlisted at Hamilton, Feb. 1862. to Chicago. Rum through Atlanta,Chattanooga, c .

the Rockies, 18fi7! and every portionof I IKfil. Farming, well drilling, weavingrugs Farms Came .to Kissimmee Aug. MUSTANG Nathvllle and Evatuvillc. Leave 8:30 P. M. .AMPISS.
in de- <, etc Came to Kissimmee Jan. ,1914, Trom New York. Own home
the U. S. marvelously helped St.Louis Expraw,dally the year round. Through
5,' half Trol- 1 1912! from South Dakota. Ow'n my i here. ,
\elopment! in this century. keel train touching Montgomery Birmingham
ley cars and elect,lie railways have ow n hcine on Mabbette. William T. Vail-Co. F., 9th Ind. For Lameness I i Nashville and BvantviUe. Leave 8:20 P. M. .
; M.. --'o. H, f.th U. S. I Sprains, ,
done away with horse cars Blowingup : George >er Infy. Enlisted! at Lafayette, Sept. II For Schedules, Reservations, etc.. address
of rock known Hell Ciate in 1 K.i'-t: Cavalr.v Enlistad Aug 1861, Philadelphia ISiil' Came to Kissimmee Jan. 1913: Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism cs'e

Ki\er New York, savingessels ( inlH7dt Canal man Policeman 23. Locomotive !engineer. Own my home Penetrates and Heals. H. C. Bretney, FI.rida AClltI Jj, t
I ) from. destruction' Building. yearn. I Own) my own home in Philadtlphia here Stops Pain At Once !

Brooklyn bridge over and, tunnel under I Stopping at Manhattan. 'I Jacob 11. Ehy-Co. R, Rftth 'n. V. I. For Man and Beast 134 W. Bay StreetJacksonville

the river for facility in trnvcl.l' ('am.. to Kissimmee. February J 15, 1916! |I Enlisted Crawford C(). Aug.' lRH2.I ( 25c.50c.tl.() At All Dealers. I j Fla.
Kad: 4 bridge! over t Mississippi: fr"m 1'liiladelphiaPiter | Came to Kissimmee April, 1910, fromItucyrus
Millman- ('0. R., ;led N Y. LV. 8.20 P. M.
relieveonge.tion O.
mid building sky-scrapers to i I Farming Own my own jJ
Cavalry, )Knitted Kockpoit Came home I'enfield LU1IME1T
(' in 'itiesItri St. .
JACKSONVILLE
ratKin I and reclamation of desalt I to Ki'Mimnee :Match, lU.r!) from 1 Joseph KlHHiih -C-o. (',. 115th Ind. "'., ;.1.. ',,,,.. : ",JI,1it :
Own my own home in S.
a''d swamp la"MN have done much ingoernment I .__ _ _____
l I| I lapin>! >ham Ave Caipenter and engineering -
aid for settlement and I
i .
Benjamin S. :\Iill'r-C. R fiOth;! *
> has olull"ni7"II) ; I|; Ind Infj Enlisted. at Connersville:,
f power Telepbone/ "lIabl,', u,. to talk Are I
,. to each other many' miles aplllt.1'1|1 lugs. ISliU: Came to Kissin nu'e Nov. ere They
| 1in! :!, from Saline (Count-y Kansas I
Phonograph gives II" a glorious talk, ] S* rffr #
Farming. Owning my own home on '
i speech or song lifelike.Vlrcless.en- I Mughey Si 14.I'lImu..l I The Is On
"
abled President Wilson to talk across Fight
.continent message of cheer. Thetypewriter Bail---Co. E. 2nd N. Y.
Harris Light Cavly. Enlisted Platts- I .
helps UK in making plain. n&f
Linotype.; favored the printer. burg, Aug. 1864. Came to Kissimmee I "Whoire] they What do they) stand for? + t
May, 1912. Own own Patrick,
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(r( 'Cash register prevents mistakes. 100(5( 'Pioneer farmer.my: What arc the ,vital issues of this- the. most spectacular -

.' Flagler's railway over BO much water Thomas M. Murphy- Co. A. Nation' .' and l most important: political,, battle in the
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,f ; , on East'Coast., ; asone 1;, ;,!. rIT'L nf'' the 11'1'l Guards,,. Enlisted April "1861, atG.D.B. history of Florida] .l
: ':'agestoK y1.st Pnl ngJj t il fe! ) : ( " '' 'rI.h't, ,. ,. A,
iEtir.a
)$ .: ,; lncre waterway. surpriRed" "many \\\i: p'Jit"l'P: ' " : IF':What!i do'\YOu know: about .these issues? >-

folks at mouth of Mississippi river. 75,000'REGISTER D WHITE VOTERS in the / '

r-:; .r Hadium and electricity as medicinal the Cigar Man Says- State of Florida are interested in what
for what had
agents seem incredulous about the vital] issues of this political t
already been done. Executive
The Democratic
YOU interested in what the other camp3ig'n'll fARRIs HUDSON WOOD
are
Aeroplanes for navigating the air. Committee had another I KNO(
looks doing the impossible and yet think coming when the thinking. Tfuuina GIL

seeing compels. us to l helieve its Tul Catts carried Capitols, Osceolas'e THE FLORIDA METROPOLIS: _'" CATTS*
fillment. Welding metals by 'and nd Boone Smokersto BRYAN/ I
gas
bring y.ou, together in a FREE-FOR-ALL; I//////1.III '
electricity has f ltcen accomplished. their aid. The Best 5c
Automobiles have 'come to relieve the Cigar Made in Kissimmee, debate, which will continue\ until the day /// '

horse and help make travel a luxury At all Stores. ;yon( cast your ballot. /; ,

and real pleasure, The Panama canal We want you to help us edit The :Metropolis. .
is the greatest feat of engineering BOONE THE CIGAR MAN .., . < /j /
skill for good of United! States and /c "
"We want you( to express} ) :, YO"iews on (/ % h1 1"$ r w.

jpolitifal issues.We //i/ii/ 'l/q "'. /

C. A., CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.. I :' want you> to reduce( these views to I/ "f*.# \ @"

writing. and} we will publish;; them

The Waters & Carson so that; they) may be known by the /7;/"qll'I: I Conditions Under

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The Political Forum
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the <11 vci'He view a held on I hf livinx 'efl//I olln
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GROCERIESj iiucHtloiiM of the ,day uiul til % that might InvolIh.. .
iI // I paper In legal! proceeding
the arKOIII..t. and f..rlM presented A.Y Y *# A
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will be much food for thought.Isiiuea "4.
1 of vast Important to / % Candidates I I I to Analyze I Platforms f
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I .. HAY a | ed by .the way things aredecided. Sunday, March 12th, The Florida Metropolis will publish!

O O 0 HIDES features! in the form of analysis nf :'he platforms of the different candidates,

.+ GRAIN 0. 0 0 FURS *. 1,,I by the candidates themselves' for all offices to be voted State and National.

FERTILIZERS O 0 0 ', On the Sunday named aspirant> for I he United"states Senate will contribute articles
O WOOL . 0 covering the "whys and wherefores" of the different principles they are advocat-
"""""" SHINGLES' 0 O 0O / ing. On the following Sunday the Gubernatorial group will review their platforms! ; Ym
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y1 0 COUNTRY 0O We Want You to Express Your Opinion:
.4 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 0 PRODUCE 1-ME SEND US M COLLAR BILL

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\v / which we lose money, is to get you Acquainted
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.... give special! attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. 1 The Florida. MetropolisJACKSONVILLE I i with- TheexpireFlorAprilida1andnever. ' "
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We are county agent for good fertilizer Ask us for circular and price !, PLA. will be repeated.

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PACE 4. THE '1.ISSIMMEE-VALLLT, GAZETTE' FRIDAT. MARCH'IO, if if. ;
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The Kissimmec Valley Gazette: morning dally to be launched in the state capital. 'I'with'it.. neighbors. This i i. true because- it gives .' "1 ,. ......... f,

: Tallahassee already has the Daily Democrat, the people better opportunity to reach the population) t
; 11 Weekly True Democrat and the "Tallahassee Weekly (center of the. county and thepce to pass on toor SAID ABOUT KISS1MMEE }

9, .....n....* K o..r.ri...,.. Record McWhorter is a capable newspapermanand from the lowet part of-the county. As an example : .
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.n. Ka..a Flm.w
)) raII.r O.e.Ite : if the field i i. not too crowded 'should make!, a if there were no trunk line railroads entering Jack AND, OSCEOLA COUNTY rThe
l success.: We do not believe, however, that there other city 'as the gateway of the -
?J. B. fiAnnis AND 11I., O, V.4N. A a HEW. ow.... jsonville or some i(
is' room for two dailies and two Weeklies in the 1.I.te the remainder of the stale with all its beauties
".' E. B. JIAUOLIDt Bdlt.r ..< Mavacrr.O ( : N* NA fr 4K4>S>*44>4 .
'" "classic red hills .of Leon." j would be lost to the thousands of.visitor* who;comeleach 1
'' I Florida Association willmeet hostess on :Thursday,. Friday and< Safe
Press
it .......a.tJ.. D.tear -: :- to Jacksonville and-thence spread out
&; ... Copy. One Year ,__._ _..___ ....._..*.. It.n The 'Woman's Club year it'riissimmee April 13-lCth, and urday, April .13, 14 and 15, 'and thepeople .
? ? of.Stiiart has adopted of the So it is that there is some (
On Copy Six: C1ntb. ............_............ los ,, .asill to parts state. ,
Pne COPT Three Month, ............-........... ,71 work the beautification of the grounds around the ''modicum of benefit to be.'derived: by the uttermost preparations are .now being: ,madto l of that city are going: to do '
depot., This i..a wise move and one" which might I regions- of the county from the fact that there are give the editors 'a royal welcome.FloridaGrower. .- wonders in the way of.cntertainment. 'L; .
All eommunl .tlon.,- from .uth rl...d l *' of,,the newspaper people There la' rr.
except our commend itself to the Civic; Department of the Kis- I trunk lines reaching the seal ol a
center
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rrecpondont. mutt b* signed by the writer ....
: . good of this being the
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simmee Woman's Club. The grounds about thedepot population :
Rejected matter will Dot be returned units oiledfor. .
. r' The mile of cider has been sloppedby largely attended meeting: In' several 1
of any city or town are the, lint which greet',, With $50.000 spent in the lower part.of the Onceola
the State's Attorney In for the reason that Kissirnmee
.-.. .. the visitors'eye.. First impressions are lasting andif county, we believe that an even'greater proportion years
Ent. In
( the Pontoffica In Kl lcnm e, Florida
v .e,, ..d--'laaa matters that impression.-is good the town gets the jumpon lot i roads mileage of the kind needed and which the' claim Vein) made' llifit its percentage ,lis centrally located\ : and therefore accestiblo . t
I the visitor Immedial ly We believe that if the '''we believe the people of" that section desire, can of alcohol was above that .allowed- to nil.parts of the state. Another "
FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1916 of will take hold of( this t by law.-Florida, Grower.'I'he reason: why every member' of ;
L.. good women our city! I !mat. .be constructed than can be built of( brick \in theTapper j
.ter they can succeed in having the grounds about portion of the county. Yes the opponent j Morida Stutt5 J'n'ss' Association the Koorljr Estate ought to be at the A-,

f, Bulkhead s ,our depot beautified before next winter.-! Good women of the bond issue I says, but, we of the southern-j will tntM-t in Ki.ssmmec( Thursday ( gathering is that there are ninny r
.will you try;? i part of the county are paying I taxes to build these I) I 1-YUlay, nhd Saturday: April I l.'Ith: matters of vita'). importnnc'e to the ofiranization'
We must have it.. -T -: : roads and ate not getting a proportion of the moneyin l Hth mul) 1 l.h.1( The v'lfilor!' l of Min! paper : that are to Come up for*
-1.-: Oiceola- county owes a debt of grAtitude lhalnever keeping with the assessed valuation. ol our }->rol'-I j \:11: try to attend.( '-:"lI'3isol1'1(. ;/ I discussion and decision Tho! hospi- '"
Lake TohopeTcaliga is our hope. can bo.I paid to the committee which had in erly. Perhaps this is true. Let's admit thil: .it h. !I t tei 1 pi r i.t'-Rrcor' 'tI"R.Aniithor Uility of KisHimmoc, folks! is proverA'
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-----1- charge the exhibits at the Tampa and Orlando (fairs. Is it not also hue that according to the statements :. hial and it is therefore to be hoped

Improve its shores and make the (town grow. Everyone connected with ll.e exhibits, of course, made .at/ the start that just as much, i if not more, l' ,: Ihxi-icr, editor H 11i)|null that the program}? commitUtwill holdout
> t ,- {I deserves praise, but it was directly 'due to the en- taxes are being! paid by the people of the lower Albert! I'!. Br); ''nt"n "l' Indianapolis))i intli j I against the wiles of "Hill" Harrisof
The lakefront as it i is can never Le more than ihiisiasrn and earnest 1 hard -work of 13. E. Evans end of the county for the hard-surface road (und';'t J rjWJ'''I'' and he hiss 1 taken' charge: the Valley (;I&1..lIe'und his fellow
) an I county farm demonstrator! A. [E. Thomas and Miss without any benefit l to themselves? The bond is-I I ;r t{ 'L fatal ltuii'li" '1"1.1,1' [: !townsmen to sucii; nn exU-nt that I
/ eyesore. Anne Carson club that the IIix.i.irs till reasonable time will he allowed for
: : county canning agent sue gives the people an opportunity toget something Suii'pJfWP'1 f all! thvse
+ What is now a jow. marshy.recrion.! covered with 'exhibits met! with such great success. They worked for the taxes they are paying to the hard- '' ntt.y!fyf) !: 1? niei-tinir, \ nv Kissimmee.Ireslrt i thc transaction: ">f b'uhinesK" lifter
;r t( weeds, can be made veritable paradise. 1 t tirelessly+ and "almovt night and day at the last to surface road( lund for this fund will be done away '#'v 10n .reuil, v.-luili as many pleasure jaunts and '
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make these exhibit's That Osceola sighthveiiifT trips! as the time will
[ a success. cousIty : with and a bond fund substituted in .its place. In i permit -
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h lakes to do it, but how could be obtained. (untold benefit from. the exhibits is the other words the bond issue is much fairer to the 'The( !flit' ';. hit V-<- Ix-en fiM'd for the I can I Ic squeezed in. All "ij...." ..
1 to better money advantage. When want money i opinion 01] all fair-minded citizens of( the county. people of the lower end of the county) than the present ;a/ll1l1l\l/ ] nu'i'tintr of the I-l jii.i(! ) '1"11 ,point, to a gr--at im'iting.St.. Augustine -
1 spent you corn The VIlleyGaelle wishes to voice the pu')lic sentiment system and should meet with their hearty A.- '(to lation Ivi iimniee j K to lie! the I Hecord.has .
plant corn.v'hen want'money, you must ap-
you you of of( the committee's work and ----------------------- - - - - -
plant approval to proval as a rice in the right direction. We believe ,: - - - - ---- ----------------------------- JI

money. : : -. 'record the unanimous vote of thanks of all the' true the, .fair-minded taxpaycis of the Whittlers Lokofec JACKSONVILLE,: TO GO. not hen a fnnnnl j.witltion'e'\(-

DeSoto county's advantages are well set (forth progressive citizens of the county. aid Lasscngcr section will. see it in this light. I I tended' to t the Klt.ridii, :OHII'r"ss: \ asMi"atinn -
in the recent Pictorial Review issued by the DeSoto' -". i I I 1 I bare two arguments it seems to us, cover the firma .Jiiel.sonvillc in ten
County News: Every section of( the county and LET'S VOTE THE BONDS situation. and \lC .trust that they may (bring to the AFTER PRESS MEETINGs year*. lie states that if this is a
every (feature of its development is splendidly! rep- I The county commissioners; on McnLy! of I tin.! , people some mcasuie of light upon the subject and l I fart, if has been a sisal tt-r IIf 01'1'.4..

resented in photographs and well-written articles. week called an election to be held on AprJ I Silt at help in some little, way III bringing about a majority) \ \ S III'I:INC; \I.\PE '10SK sight.i Me will ulho see some of thpubhshi ..
. which time the qualified. f freeholders of f ill l ol tic!) \ole: for the nealion of the road district and the T, \TESSO<1 \1101":'; :SES: rs of this city who are not
; After all it appears that "Our Joe" is to have I county except the Third Commissioner's 'dstrKl; bond issue.. :Slt111IIF; ) : : INPK1I.:'; TO Si1. :-, members of the avsnriatjnn and seek
opposition in the person of( one Dr. Fogarty of( Key : will, cast their ballots for or against the creation of : l.i 1a'T:< ST.VIK t : \MKTKOrOI.IS! j 110 enlist them in the organization as
West who has recently announced his candidacy. I a special 'road and bridge district and the NO! nij! ,, GREATEST TOURIST YEAR IN HISTORY TIMO.NVKNTIO.V 1: ( ::'; :'; riTY :NKXT: I 'members.If .
'afs If Fogarty should be elected would he be a regular of $250,000 in bonds to build roads. lie Third Lverywhere newspapers and magazines are com- I YKAK.Jaiksonv: 1 I the mutti-r of a Kx-nl press club
congressman or a delegate, like all the rest of the Commissioner's district has already taken a similar menting upon the tourist rush to Florida this winter, -- or association( !Mr. jCarrelt; stated that
P from "island ?" and will vole, tomorrow. 'I 11115 act-on ol the which, he hail no particular suggestions to
representatives our ; possessions (I step is said to be the greatest ever known .in the ille is making/ plum to j
county board was taken in conformity to ll.c law stale. This is a good advertisement for the stale. J vend i a delegation to Kicsimmee to attend make but only hopes" the name will be
If you are a new citizen if you have moved to after a petition was submitted containing the names: It is true to that old adage that "nothing succeeds' the meetings of the State ]Pr.'sassociation ,' I placed on a firm working basis' nnd
t another precinct, or if you have reached J your majority :I of( twenty-five per cent of the qualified (freeholders! like success." It means carried to the last analysis, which mwt here April that the orgnm/ation of the body( will
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since the registration books were last kept I i in the territory named.' that next year Florida can look (for an even larger )I l.'l, 1-1 and in, and invite the editors have the warm support' of the publishing
f open don't (fail to visit the registration officer and I I We believe that this $250,000 bond issue and the number of tourists. to select that city'Its the meeting I emit t throughout the city.
see that you are properly listed before the coming )I'creation of( the special road district will be approvedby I The weather conditions have been perfect and the I place primary. The books are now open and will remain the voters. We know that it should carry. I However ) tourists will go home satisfied. For that reason it Speaking these plans, the TiniowI'ninn FLORIDA I'KAT I'Itll'l'TS
open until the first Monday in April. there is opposition to the plan. as there is behooves us here in Kissirnmee to begin laying our says :
-. .- opposition to all movements for public improve- plans now to secure a larger percentage of the I' H. H. Barrett; one of the Ix'st I The manufacture of products from
Ed. Lambright refuses to lower his editorial dig- ments. Opposition is to be desired for the reason winter visitors next year. If the work on our roads ,, known publishing' authorities of the peat found! in Florida] is the purposeof
nity by entering into politics. Sir Edwin believes I that nothing is ever accomplished worth while, is rushed, if the St. Cloud and Third Commissioner's' city, declares that Jacksonville shouldnot (the Florida Peat Products Co.. of
that it is better to be cussed by a few of the people ,, which is not won after a fight. It makes men of all district voters approve the bond issue and build a I> only have a live press organization (Ocalu. This corporation has l I.eenchartered "
who do not pay his salary than to be kicked and of us to meet with opposition. Without effort we hard surfaced road to Brevard county and the East | but that a large percentage: of with $100,000( capital 1 I and
cubed about by hundreds who help pay the Mayorof would deteriorate into mere parasites on the earth. Coast and the election is carried in the remainder the active newspaper workers here t the following officers: president
Tampa and insist upon petting their money's Without opposition in the everyday things of life I i of( the county to build hard-surfaced roads to con- I should he affiliated with the Florid( Ralph VV. I.uhenstine, New York ; vice ....
worth in abuse and giving advice. Wife old owl we .would' become insipid, flabby and characterless., nect with Polk county and to other surrounding : SUitePress( Association, which willmeet / president' Ho't.V.! Aldr.'d; secritaryIreaNUifr. -
Ed. ''so I' : it is m public all airs. rind a county where there places Kissimmee and Osceola county will be flooded I in i;; Kissinimee within a fowl|i I David I / S. Williams, both of

-- his I always a fight upon questions of moment and I with travelers next year. ,, weeks At that ml'elinJhI' intends | (Ocala.)

Our sister city of Plant City certainly deserves there you will find also a section pulsating with the j ji 'I Winter visitors more and more each year are J; to invite the association to meet in | Florida's celery crop this year will. !

commendation for her wonderful record: as a straw I i vigor of progressiveness. Prosperity feeds upon spending their time touring in automobiles. They Jacksonville in 1_(_-.-_ I! amount to round :a/.on( cars, of which
berry market. Although the season is not yet ended i activity and (friendly, but spirited rivalry. I want to see all of Florida and not just the watering I The publish .ditOIIl of the some l.ri)0() cars will leave 1 Hillsbor-
growers in that section have shipped 1.149.334 SbI. would not want to see any public move- places on the coasts. They will go to the sectioni'; state are div number or'' ough and Manatee Counlil's.JAX .
quarts of strawberries (for which they have received ment entirely without opposition. The very fact j I that have good roads and we want to be in that, I auxiliary ors inch as met I _
returns amounting: to $151,960.18. Imagine what that there is opposition is evidence of the liveness list. We believe that the bond issues will be carried. here jointly 1915. Thej I

1 1 a big luscious strawberry shortcake that amount of of( the! subject. | but when they are carried let there be no delay in complete or i resents! the- ,,
berries would make. Doesn't it make. your mouth The Brit opposition is 'that of general nature- 1, the sale of the bonds and letting of contracts. Let's!' newspaperMr. n _''f the state. E
tf water?" the ever present fear of increased taxation. rush the work so that the roads will be completed I Garret r t no better r
\ ,* ' .V '" Let us look at this proposition from an unbiased next season. Let's not have our roads' torn up when plan could b than as' has BISC.UITJ.
Congressman Clark;'h s 'introduced' atesolution-US. position., Let the ligures' speak for themselves,' the visitors come. ,.' /, , I'v '.xw "been started I 'par.izotion of ,
in the House providing tht.hereatertlre( ) lermsXofmember f i: Under ,the present: ",cystemof1taxation! '; ; fort! roadpurposes'the'taxpayersrare ', Listen lo *,what the" great 4! booster J (o4( Florida: tho Jacksonville! ;lair Uo feels .leconomicalnounih-! << '),"",,1
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of the house'shall 'Le Y fourlyearsTrnsleadof + payingrsolwe i :arefmiformed ? Richard IV?Edm 'nds;?"editors'p f It he:? Ma n u r fact 'rer.s that in this mann proper weight ing. Children like( (hem and ri.t '
1 two. Frank' argument which sounds sensible! is something like $36,000.per year'for hard1 J- Record has to say about tourists and Florida : can be brought'to bear on the convention many others of our 122 kinds.
"I something like this : "At the present I.me a member 1 surfaced roads under the provisions of( the law pass- j Tourists have crowded into Florida this winter as in Kissimmee to land the not Of high food value, belief for l

of the House! hardly gets: his working clothes on before 'eclat' never befoie. Railioad facilities to handle the ear" for .1ark/ -onvitto. Already lie has:, young folks than finfections.GRAYSTONE .
; I he has to begin to fight for re. vmnat on if he ( traffic I have> been fully taxed, anJ 'omelirnes oveiaxeJ. I teen 1 :assured of aM.stance' 'in tin-. 1Cixcl "
wishes to come back to cnnv c -. II." :I'leans It., i' 1 1tI'e/ 20.000 bond i issue ;.voted. $10.000 of( { The hip hotels and the small ores ail le i iw ? from some of the best l.no-.M, I
,the n.il \\-ll he paid tal.h'ear for 25 ,Hll-' I "r-, 01, the tsitsi' .. y
much valuable time lost t ,, !mh. under n four- print years been crowded and have had to tin n away manv /
with inU-ic'.t I t crnl. 'I r'e f fisl: the I ;lain It h.-i i h.-cn) tulil that ti! _iLu. L .m ,ie l.o.M, works
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year plan coulJ lie ued! for: a mCIIb! (' ( ol liluent per application.; for loom1There 1 is '< art -1:0!; a :suns| leRie
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x i - : : --- : $2: .((1: \I to rare (for tle retirement cf the ,bonds .i.icrcarcd ,its bus,nest if it could hnve met !Ih! <. deiii --._-' .f i,
i_ C. E. Howard hasal" ; I Ihc, (OI.HI.-C" : fount!;, (C''' -ci. air'( tl c. iiileic. This on the fare of it v"ill' rt :li'.re: ad {I." room Indeed 1, nuns lintels, line reied,! : II
that bright weekly |',nibli-l'cd, \ ( Oi'amlo." to r' I.i I" the i PL- v funds' from tdx'ation n the nel.hl>o" ,.ill/ a\-nlal.c! rooms in pifvate homes in lie nri'/M'or
Mr. I 1 111" I.DO ol $11.OtO.: ) hl./| | foi ll.rir acid Mill un.iblc. : I
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i Selby. an Illinois newspj|iei.'n i n. "ii ; I K'ie''v.' wri" to nice ,
continue to conduct I the edit-in, \ tiara of! ''he C' ;. h.' en up'; ire: the co,1.t"r(' l'p' same as it is tie .:errant dcri tnd. THE wishes to
zen, which has always been ,uiief' : '' I n ,>. 1 lr.it i\.l I! uru'rr' ,tl I I' :MI11' sy'cm.: Slill. lit( bonJin;;; cy tens, 1\< tic :Culhei J has'btcn well! n i'h. petleJ nil the
; now hale iiiore, time tn devote! In Iv l I.'e, i'.ol-' world I .. l I'! i- h "er (f'-r the reason tlrat I the tin 1"'(" r. mo, t of( .l'e's) | cop Ie v ill po; b.-uk wall. announce to the of 1
grah|>;ic [bu..c"'r: : lisps :fiat' l lie v.ill. ruiilnr.ie: -tr> | 'u.M'-i: 1 I t-, .1" "I1\ed>:\ at -ncc nn.l not ill '/ ill 1-otiinilr-s ":1lhu.I">II1 eager to tell lli.<.11 fru ul- parents
reside in our iieiRliljorinu!' city and will now )h.i\o tl e erion': p.c.ul o\er.a lort; period of( ) Clrs. 'I 1 lie bout i I Honda! an.J certain to return ne\l winter itxirsible. the children of
bcntlls.o. [ t'e,' ..d secured at once t'lrough' a Kissirnmee that ,
time to come down and \I'.t! u-s once an I a while.We ro ( r.rc I[ Honda must t plqaror( much hipci; i
hid Mr.\! Sd'iv' welcome! ..:iJ wish him surer sin bond( Isrr- such .is till<. At a time such as the I ihiiiR1- in tl.e (fu'ure.' Many of i's riiiotd! hncs| minthe
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.r s his venture prl'cent! when all of the countiy has its eyes t urne'JIO'MJ (!oul!>''e tracked anJ new hole), imr.l be bunt to running and playing] around the

Florida\ ; when more tourists are coming to han.Ilc. :! II.. cvcr-svve!! n::: crowds of( l Il! e coning; ,
r ; The Valley GI'I' : nl;: an :lclj\ I' ('f). :C"' pon<1- (he st.itc that. ever be fOil. these benefits are sure years. Timriols must 1 be made! to know Unit\ ample swimming pool is dangerous and w
ent in every town and settlement: in the cOlin Iv. to J be, pic'r.tcr than any of us can piedicl. The hotel nrrommodntions: will be (found, and that railroad ,
T Some place are nbt now rcprcrcntecl. If you wlf (coiintic with the fore-i bl to provide the roads facilities/ equal to the Iremendou- rush out of( would appreciate parents warning -
ri, send in news items from( your section, write us and wi'l'') he l the counties which will attract the attention the stale toward the end of the season willlje pro- .

Lf;, we will be )it;lad to arr.--nfe; the matter with you. of \1'1101', homcseekers and investors. I vided. As it is now thousands lease the state i children unable to swim.
We want news, written on one side of the paper, The next class of( opposition .is I that brought about sooner than they cleiiie to because after (the early
t with the name of the conepondent signed in full. through sectional |patriotism and fancied injustice in part of March; Pullman accommodations ace far too .
The name is for our personal Information and will the apportionment of the (funds derived (from a bond limited Und people hurry away in order to ge' res- I I
i; not "be published. All articles must t bear the signature i issue. The latter (feeling i is sometimes intensified ervations. % II I
of the author however so that we can rely through personal interest. I II Co-oporalive work lould be made effective to I GRAYSTONE HOTEL
upon the authenticity of the item. | This exists in the present movement in the minds''' induce these people to stay in the South later in j
__ of those v\l)9 have interests in the lower (few c O. c. PIERCE
00-' ipf some the sea-on, and on the way north to spend a J Jweeks Mgr.
;; part of( the county which under the terms of( ,the the Carolinas and
Two departments of the public schools of Kissimmee in Georgia Virginia.: i i
'which are dung' a great work (for the young election call (for the proposed bond i issue would be I t These slates should work vigorously to induce these "
people of the city, are those of( Music\ and Expres- given $50,000 (for road improvement: hot of( the Florida tourists to hall by the wayside, when home-
hard-surface The claim is made that thisis
variety.
ward bounJ.
sion. The music department is under the directionof
Miss Myrtilla Deals, while the department of( 1 not a fair proportion of the money for this sec-: t Without! the neartiest and most broadguaged work ,

t'' Expression is looked after by Miss Cli/abeth All 11- tion. I by the railroads and Pullman car people hut little
man. Both these young women ,are masters of( the'I Hardly any of the residents of that portion of1( of importance can be achieved however until I I Fresh
lines in which they are working and the effects of( the county would put (forward the argument that through systems of really good highways make I I Vegetables, Eggs
with the thousands of acres of undeveloped land in Florida the North and West thoroughly
from
motoring to -
their training is apparent in the talent which, is I II ; |
I being developed among'the youth of the city. It that section it is ready for brick roads. What the' comfortable. Then thousands of motor j and ButterWe
section needs is good passable roads. We believe | tourists will journey home slowly and luring March
is pleasure to see the people taking an interest j
a in these higher and young better things of life( and ; that the people in the lower part of( the county | and April fill to erflowing the hotels in these upper have added these articles to our line of
will bear in these With this as ,
to know that they are being properly directed by us out statements. states. FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK
of'
a basis'we are ready to pass on the question Florida's tourist will this he" worth
minds which especially prepared for the work. crop year HAMS BACON
are I BOLOGNA
I proportionate benefits from the bond issue.In many millions of dollars .to the state and its value MUTTON, ETC...
f : : the first place when trunk line brick roads are win grow more rapidly than any other crop in the I Call Phone 209 for your wants
Tallahassee will be over-supplied with newspaper : built to connect with the trunk lines of' other counties state. It is founded on natures lavish climatic gifts in these lines.
i before long if there is any truth to the latest I leading from population center to population and the varied attractions of the state. With these [

i report J. McWhorter, who was legislative correspondent center, every part of the counties through which I advantages and its proximity to the bulk of our CENTRAL
for the Times-Uoion and who has since they pass reaps some benefit. It is of benefit to the country's population Florida it the most unique MARKET: .
j been, employed in the office of C. V. Knott is re- undeveloped sections of the Kissimmee prairie to asset and one of the most valuable possessed by the ,

Jported"to.. avc. purchased.the= equipment for a-naw have a trunk line road connecting Osceola county I United States. II IIm l '

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: + 1 St. Cloud Hr. ,and Mr. J. K. Tindall sp.n ". If he / and grind It: out made over In. n
1. Department citizens." In this I
Sunday afternoon with W H. Sullivan Permitted, weafe-rid food American
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' and family. To cheer and aid in we see the possibility of our ,
'I Calli and Susie Sullivan cause the Anal step to our goal. '
: Mines ,
+', AND'NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN q, ;
NEWS
were the guests of Miss'' Helen Bass His fellow .
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I SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Wednesday. If he hath hidden the i"
0
\ I Mrs. H. P. Tindali( called on Miss in .i
; .. COOKING HINTS 0
Cfllie Sullivan Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. A ray of sunshine to
] i,,: The New York Veterans AssoctaS Tuesday at 3 -o'clock.. Mrs. Mary Joe Bass and Mrs. Barney If he had lent j.Oo j.
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tion celebrated their-first anniversary Johnson appointed a committee of one
:' Bass were guests of Mrs..'G;L. Sullivan -. Strength to the'weak,
* !aaiTWi....:...,if. 9n Tuesday at the Bardwell place on to seas about .the' use of Peckham's. Wednesday. d' of need,. ', '> Ginger put into sausage meat, will

b+ the)lakefront. About forty, sat"downto building for the apron sale. Twelve .Gilmore and Maynard .Sullivan ,and Over the "suffering, m the flavor }
I a' bountiful dinner. Six! new members members and one visitor were present Howard .Tlson and Homer Tindall attended creed -+-.

;r were taken in and after the regular and after a pleasant time spent and church Narcoossee Sunday.: 'Or'home, +Oath Use1; the tiny sprigs! of celery tops bAKIMGPOWDER'

.} business the following program I dainty refreshments served, club adjourned I Miss Susie Sullivan was .the guest lie has not.lived in vain; salads and cold meats.

J.i. .' was rendered. : .' to meet Friday, March 10th, of Mrs. 11. P,. Tindall Sunday; gives I -+-

1 s Opened by music by the drum corps. with'Mrs". Rhode on Maryland avenue, The praise to Him, in Pumpkins are much ,better when
IF- YOUR CHILD IS 'CROSS.: !
Opening song Nellie Gray. I and lives, than when boiled.
Rev. "'EVERISII. CONSTIPATED thankful 1 -+- -
.t \ Reading by Northrop. 0 With ;
Song by Dr. Bare i, of Cbicago, Ill 00oQo Look !MothersIf! tongue is coated, He,gazes l backward, and Serve pickled onions, 'I gherkins jor

.Music on violin and banjo by Wor- '"LAKE. HAMILTON 4 cleanse" little bowels with "C U" fore, for boiled meats, 'stews, etc. Absolutely. Pure.
Nil and Stevenson. POLK COUNTY." 4n fornla Syrup of; Figs.4 that %from -+-
t. . Knowing
Made from Cream Tartar
k "I;. Reading, St. Cloud Crossing, ,by ,.....:--:!444 j44444dw4d"4d Ge.} Mothers can test easy after giving nevermore Use currant jelly for game and also. t,

Mrs. Every.Duet 'California Syrup of Figs," because in Can henceforth custards and. broad puddings. PHOSPHATEwith
A minstrel show will he given at ALUM-NO
.I by Mrs. Houston and Miss a few hours all the clogged-up waste --'- -+--
the hotel the 17th inst. for the
Vincent. on sour bile and fermented<<: food gently After National. Const it Serve red beets cut in ornamental .
benefit of the club house. -
Recitation by Mrs. }Dodge, Our moves out of the bowels, and you havea .bition- I for cold meats and boiled beef. .
Mr. Agnoes, of Illinois; has boughtthe o while into which has -'..
Them written -4.- sauce curry
God Bless by'Mr.
Girls
well, playful child again.
Partcnheimer twenty acres north- (Mrs. Edith Smith I ISupel'intendent l been stirred. J. ..-1'
Dodge. Sick children needn't be coaxed to Never use salt on steak while broil-
east of the town. Ten acres is in -+- '
Duet by Mrsr Harden and Mrs. take tnis' harmless "fruit laxat \'e." as it extracts the juice in cook- ,
, young citrus grove and the remainingten ance Instruction.) A drop) of salad oil added to mus '
Cessfoid. "" ..
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Milliofs: of mothers keep it handy because .
acres is cleared and fenced. Mr. lard when it is being mixed adds con-
Mrs. Baker and One of the old +-
Mandolin duet by. they know of its action on the .
and Mrs. John Partenheimer expectto "Truth lies in well," :! cookies siderably to the flavor.
Mrs. Tidholm. stomach, liver and bowels is promptand a Mix ginger with cold coffee :
Rgnding{ by Mrs. Robinson.A return north soon. sure. out the metaphor we \>f water, as it improves them. -+- 7
F. A. Wagner Is making plans to does I Turnips and beets are improved by-
very interesting talk by Mrs. Ask druggist for a 50-cent that "logic supply --+-
your
'''elva Lockwood. get a motor truck for his grocery' delivery bat of "Califo Syrup: of FVs; ," I whereby we may go ( Sliced egg' showing both the white : adding one or two tablespoonfuls of .

Mr. Depew gave his laughing song, business.U. which contains directions for U. ices, water." The truth' .' yellow parts are nice for chicken sugarwhen cooking
!. S. Martin was a Tampa visitor perance has been in a
after which they adjourned to meet children of all ages and for'grownuasW.C.T.U.COLUMJ Miss CharloUS-iiankin: is an efficiency "
the first Tuesday in April in Oak last. week. generations and there' -+- expert in a large Toledo department -
Grove park. Mrs. R. Palmer has returned to her logical steps that we Mint, either with or without pars store.

home in Orlando, after visiting with I to take in order to is served( with roast lamb, both -
E. Kissimmee i iIt Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day ;
A. Drought was a I
her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. truth. The first step and cold.
_ visitor on Wednesday.. Your dniffglBt will refund money If PASO 'I'
Wagner.Mrs. investigation which -+- OINTMENT fails to cure any case of itebiq.Band. '
lion. J. L. Overstreet of Kissimmee .- has returnedto .Bleedlai Protradlac files In 6 to 14 dory.rba .
Harry Simpson poisonous nature of Fried tomatoes are delicious served ..
is a noble sight to see an honest oral application civea Nose aa4 &* :90s.
motored to St. Cloud on Wednesday.
Indianapolis Ind., after spendingthe
ond step demonstrates
wife of man cleahis heart in twain and
R. M. Scranton end son
here.
winter various
K. E. Scranton, left Tuesday morning Oscar Grossheim returned north fling away the baser part of it.- body.the poison The upon third step Patay Fred Co, Cincinnati 0.. Sept. t. IMS.

for Alliance, Ohio, after a short visit Charles Reade. Memphis. TennGentlemen .
Saturday starting then for his homein fact that alcohol .has a : When your Mr. Gentry called on ua a few daya ago to Inter-
of four days in St. Cloud. Was returning Muscatine, Iowa. He spent several and ua In the sale of ,Aunt Patsy Fad we could not believe. he knew what
for the brain .. waa talking about when he assured ua that Aunt I'ntay'a Poultry Feed"
from a trip to central Cuba, weeks here looking after his ten acre Mrs. Armour, who lectured on tem- moral character of dUI make hens ol lay while moultlnic; Mill we were willing to try It once,
where he was looking after the affairs perance February 25 at the M. E. : we are glad he able to writ that reaulta have been more than aatla-
grove. Mr. Grossheim was the first step has proven that a Not only our those of 'our cuatomera. to whom we have
of the San Jose Fruit and Land com- commodore of the Muscatine Boat church, was greeted with a full house fects the organs of : .. the; feed... are laying; I'cryu":; and the hena have. Improved wonderfully In

pany, in which he Is a director and club, which he organized some years and held the attention. ( her hearers jures moral character Plcaae ahln ua M once 26 100>lb buna of Aunt Patay'a Poultry Peed,
vice The owns a throughout her address. The obltfte. Yours truly, J. A Hodttaon"
president.
company responsefor
ago. lIe is very much impressed with less efficient thq user ASY VOI!H DKA1.KH FOR AIIIST 'ATIIY-IIIC VAN JKT IT
tract of 1500 acres and is engaged in for here and an offering for state work was
the possibilities boating fore, the use of it
raising citrus fruits and cocoanuts, for boat races and yacht regattas on ,generous and encouraging.At I ic problem. The fifth ,

.of which they are already shipping Lake Hamilton, and the splendid wa- t the last meeting of the local experimental truth 1

considerable quantities. ter-ways for all manner of pleasure union, Mrs. Clark was elected a delegate ant conclusions in a Eugene C. Bryan, Prcs. A. ". Bryan, Vice Pre. J. L. Barber, Scc'y.l; _.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seaman, of craft that the Twenty Lakes Bout to the district convention at Bar- largest number of I ;
Atlantic City N. J., visiting at I tow March 24.
are
Course Club will create, and join. structed, that is, in
the home of Mrs. Seaman's parents, There are'now two boat clubs at Mus- The next meeting will be held Friday taining scientific facts

)fro and Mrs. W. II. Kenney. March 25, at 2:30.
catine and also boat clubs at nearby
cohol. The sixth step i\t\
Mrs. Warner, of New York City, is th
towns, such as Burlington, and others. of the facts in the
visiting at the home of Her aunt, Mrs. Mr. Grossheim is also one of the THE GLORY OF SERVICE and making the text \

-Green.: founders of the Mississippi Valley (John Greenleaf Whittier) I
scientific charts a part
Mr. and Mrs. William Riddle and Boat club, and helped organize that Who, l looting backward from his .man- : education. Bryan Realty CompanyOffices

daughter, Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. J. body also. lie stated before leaving hood's prime, .. is perance the most:

E. Dawson, and N. M. Keesy, of Ohio, hire that there is a much better Sees not the specter of his misspenttime the world and is more ; on Broadway, Kissimmee,
who are spending the winter at Kis- boat club here ? I
chance to organize a Motel
simmee, spent Wednesday in St. at Lake Hamilton now than there was And, through the shade Opposite Graystone
Drive Out MalariaAnd
u Cloud. when the Muscatine Boat club was or- Of funeral cypress planted thick be- To Build

The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary to ganized. Also, here there is a varia- hind Take the Old .Y''u'

the Army and Navy Union will hold a tion of only two or three feet between Hears no reproachful whisper on the TASTELESS chill ,,

St. Patrick social March 17th at the high and low water stages, while at wind what you ire.taking,

homo of Mrs Veeders, Wisconsin Muscatine the river varies over twen- From his loved dead? printed on and every Iron label in Orange Groves, Timber lands, We Pay Taxes fr Non-rest.
Quinine a
avenue. There will be a regular Irish ty feet, and a large floating dock had i Yet who, thus looking backward o'er The Quinine drives Cattle Ranches, Country and idents and Act a* Owner's
and ice and cake will his City Property Agents for Rental Property.
f program cream to be built, which is wholly unnecessary years Iron builds up the'
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be served --- -
here. Besides the river has astrong ,
The Christian church was dedicated -- -- ----
current there, and there is no fl
<>n \Sunday last, when the mortgage current here. And the river gets . .
was ', ;,\.:,,* ,: .. ; ; : .
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g \: burned by G. W. Penn, one of the muddy often after rains and there is \ \, "I.r"t'' e' + .
oldest residents of St. Cloud, and the (. and of '
5- always danger 0 drifting logs May Lumber The ftl1 worldare
church is now free from debt. shags, which is much less here, and eyes

On Saturday evening, March 4th, here there is never any ice, as there,
and Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Home of the friends neighbors of and boating can be enjoyed here all

Mr. Francher gave him a surprise on the lear long, while there only duringthe the who
his birthday. The evening was much summer. Mr. Groasheim made YELLOW PINE on man

enjoyed by all present.The two trips to Winter Haven and had

f Priscilla club met Friday afternoon long consultations with the head officials Shingles and Laths
February 25th, with Mrs.
of the Twenty Lakes! Boat
1 Edna GOBS and Mrs. Olive Stevens, at Club. believes that thereis
t Course He HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
the tatter's home. The
meeting was
a splendid location for a large club

opened by prayer by President Mrs. house between lakes Sara and Mamil- AH we ask U let n. figure on your estimates. SAVEShP

Warner in unison., followed Recipes by the were Lord's written Prayer ton Hamilton., just west of the town of Lake Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.

! and handed in to Mrs. Johnson, chairman motorboat
Mr. Grossheim has a fine Phone 21 Kissimmee
The
of the culinary department.
valued at $1000, which he'will ship
: read the chairman of
by-laws were by finishedto
here as soon as the canals are
the committee. Mrs. Daniels gave this point. lie plans also to get a t- AUSE for a moment young man
,
the good 'news that Sears, Roebuck & ..
sail boat, for sail boat racing, and -- -- n I
Co. and Montgomery Ward & Co..donated that Lake Hamilton is i ideal for and give a thought to self. The

,. 90 yards of gingham for: the states sailing. Mr. Grossheim has such a "JI\\::::::\\ :: ;;;, t'' :W:::::'::' :'':::::: =:I. I I that confront

r apron sale. A day was appointed for large acquaintance with boat enthus- problems you now, or

looking at and distributing ginghamto iasts all through the Mississippi; valley will a few hence. .
years
make into at Mrs. Daniels'I'
aprons
that he can do a great deal towards
r
making the-natural advantagesof CHARACTER
this section known there as a boat- Look about yon--the men of affair in country, state, nation yes,

STATESBORO MINISTER tng paradise, such as it is. AND MONEYThe in the world, are the men who started to save early ia life.

I Mr. Bannon, of Colorado, is visit-
t GETS REAL HELPRev. confidence of the
ing at the Spinharney home. ability to save money, indicates They have the respect and community.

J. Powell Tells\* How lie Found force of character. Character, Abilityand Then look on the other side-at the fellow who spend all they

New Strength His Labors.to Give to 4444404444448444444l 4 money, properly applied, are the .make-they may have a food time for a while, bat what doe tier

Rev. J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga., 4 EAST LAKE oQooQo chief elements of success. Start an .p.rs.ialiry reflect?

suffered from stomach troubles so seriously account now with us-it will help
that thev affected his work. 4 A dollar or so deposited fa this bank will be the j
.' lie struggled on under the handicapas 4444449444444444044Mrs. you to save regularly.; Helens of honorable independent
an career. f
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best he could-hardlv realizing,
perhaps, just how much hill sickness G. L. Sullivan returned Sat- 4 per cent interest paid on savings Make your befinninf now-.. a7. Y....

t was hurting him. urday after a week's visit at the homeof accounts. bank book will pan tho way. '
One day he learned of Mayrrs Wonderful : her brothers, P. E. Redditt and
. Remedy. He took the first dose
-then decided to take the full treat- family of Winter park, and H. G.

ment. He wrote: Redditt and family of Taft. She was
"Since using the six bottles of your accompanied home by H: G. Redditt I 1 1 State Bank

wonderful remedy I feel like anotherman. and family and neice, Mrs. Augusta
It has been quite a wonder to '
Dennings of Richmond Va. She will
me to know how one could have a ,
stomach disease like mine and live remain for several day's visit. Mr. SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS I of Kissimmc:

and do the work I did. I just escapedthe Redditt and family left Sunday.Mr. .

"Now operating I can table.eat what I please asdlt and Mrs. B. Scott and daughter Capital stock ____-_________i____ ___________9100.000.00Resenrce

) doesn't hurt me night or day." Miss Anna, of Conway, motored DIRECTORS: oror _________________________________ 400,000.00
I Mayra; Wonderful Remedy gives down and spent Sunday with Mr. and

I permanent results for stomach, liver Mrs. W. H. Sullivan and family. Nel- ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. Officer and Director
\ and Intestinal ailments. F..t.. much lie home with them fora
Sullivan went
and whatever you like. No more di. C A. CARSON. Pnst. J. M. LEE. Vic PreeiM. JJ' 4
of In week's visit She will return Sun F.W.HILL K. HILLIAID A. W..
tress after eating, pressure gas KATZ. 2nd Vice Preet.
L the stomach and around,the heat. Get t
day.Mr.
__ bottle of your druggist now and and Mrs. G. L. Sullivan and ; ROMA THOMAS Cashier

,:-.., try it en aD absolute guarantee-if Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bass, Mr. and ,
e DOt satisfactory money; will be returned : MIi
Mrs R. S. Floyd and Mrs 8* G, Br- .

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educational as well as an economical H. A Colton- Mn. S. R. Wade, be hsld tomprrow and the leaden in> .

feoturjtu; Through Miss Isabel Good- G, D. Boone, Mrs. Pledger, Mrs. Mn'i. SEARS TO GIVE EDITORSA the movement expect it'to carry by a.

Notes hue, the field agent, who. visited the Johnson, Mrs. Minx, Mrs. J. 1. Bead' ON LAKE good majority. J.
BOAT RIDE
1 j <$ Society .# ! schools on two occasions, much good man', Mrs. 'II.. M. Pfann, Mrs E. .E.I 'The,board will hold a special meet-.

: seed ;was !BOWTU Through 'the cour- I Wells, Mrs. W. C. Bass, Mrs.: W. ,D.Mlases Ing next Tuesday to canvass the returns
(Msttle Belle Harris, Editor.) tesy of the management of the Dixie Harris, Lottie 'and Lola Law.. ((Continued from Pare 1)) of this election and 'to make ;
: theater the colored plates were exhibited ler and Helen Base. April, but I Shalt';; certainly do so,. If preparations for the sale of bonds,, if .
: o -. the'election' results favorably to.: the
by Miss Goodhue as well as an same is at all possible. .
I mad t all of the Valley Gazette to send items PRISCILLA CLUB ENTERTAINED
Request patron '
: Interesting: talk given by her. A 'meet With kind regards, I.am, plan. f
.f Society Events t* the Editor for publication in theM colum*. ing of the"local society will be called 'Mrs II. W,. Morrow-; was hostess to Your friend, I

Hooii. Mrs, J. M. Willson, jr., Pres.. the Priscilla Embroidery club last W.' i.-J.-SEARS, M. C. *j
MEN TO ATTEND
1 111'0 I I 0*1. I I 0 t I 0 I 0 I 0-+'o I 0 I I 0 .' 0 I t I 0 H-O:+"O I 0 I I CHOIR IIRECTCRSURPRISED. Saturday ..afternoon.: 'Thel\\ afternoonwas 'The check will be turned over to FAMOUS -

{ MRS NEWHOUSB ENTERTAINS ceiving the guests and in' displaying 1 pleasantly spent in embroidery the. entertainment committee and the PRESS MEET HERE
the new models of Fi'sk, Ach and Ilegenstclri The: young ladies' choir of the first work and social 'cGnver atiGn. Those thanks of the committee expressed to
Mrs, G. II. New ouse entertained I church Mrs A. Edmonds Mrs.II. Mr.'Scars for HH, kind offer. "
ti' in the charming(' Spanish designs Bnjitist( plettsantliy surprised I present were: 'Continued from page 1) 4, "
a few guests on Monday afternoon to quaint boat hats, etc. their director, Mrs. P. K. Weaver, on W. Powers, 'Mrs. 11. M. Pfann, Mrs.J The .fund" for th* entertainment of .
celebrate the birthday anniversary of Miss Mattie )Bandy, assisted. by Thursday. afternoon with a pretty L. Btaman, Mrs. D,. S. Marks. Mrs. I I'the. press association Is rapidly taking also that we invite Mr. Arthur Brisbar2 .
Mrs. ll. Carpenter! who has been her Miss Nina Uratton, also showed pretty :- party rit her home on Mabbette street. 1 F. A. Souders, Mrs. S..J. Souders, Mrs. shape now. J Reside this -contributionfrom .the one-hundrod-thousand-dol-
guest 'for thewinter.. Refreshments models to a host of visitors during Mrs, Weaver was taken for a drive J. McPhatter. Mrs. George Hallawcr '' Congressman Sears, the committee . lar-a-year tvlitOOf, .the New York !t-v,
{1l were served on the spacious veranda the day. I doming the afternoon by her mother, Miss Dorothy lIallawer, Mrs. J. Tightl j has been !given the help of the American, to attend the meeting, V '
u of the Newhoiise home. Among the : 1 Miss Bandy's parlors were attrac- I Mrs.. N. C. Bryan, who. was in league' Mrs. F. Culley, Mrs.! I. L. DeMoHs: city; and county.On have taken the liberty extending .
i 1 guests were Mr. William: and Mrs. i I I lively' decorated' with I potted a .dcut. I with. the conspirators. Upon entering Mrs.. S. U. Wade, :Mrs. S. A. Rogue l I. ''Monday) President .11.] C. Stanford invitations to both. of these. gentlemeir,
Rasquin, of New York 'Ci'iy; Mrs. (lowers, while the new models of/head- :| the house on her return she was greeted Mrs. II. A. Colton, Mrs. L. H. Ingram, of the board of trade appearedbefore and hope they will be present. .' '
lioardmnn, of Huffalo, N. ; wear were prettily displayed f I I with 1\ UiffWer of dainty handkerchiefs Mis. Sarah Cohoon, Mrs. R.I 1) Frank- : ) the county .commissioners and I am loci-ing for the biggest meeting ,
Maas of Minnesota, and l Mr Y.11'1"1'I 'The Bandy store was thronged all and burstsof mercy )laughJ.'r ford. !Mrs 'M.' Whitney, Mrs M. I. secured from them their ')promise. to 'ever held by the newspaper men
pin, of Buffalo N. Y. The ; .afternoon with women/ and the hats from the uninvited ueHtfl. Stout, rs. Milton Pledger and !Mrs. C.1 donate!! to the' cntcrtainmerit fund, in the State. of Florida. .
was very pleasantly] spent.: displayed. brought frth'1I1II1Y wordsof I Tho young. Indies,, continuing the -1-'. Johnsoi. Tho club will mot tomorrow" I $150 from the county publicity funds, Fraterially yours, J
ENTERTAIN: 'OULANIU 0\< ;:.- praise from the visitors! as they role] of, hostesses., rendered I a programof with !Mrs. J. L. ()\' .. it J beinjr rightly argued that the ent'rtainment CHRIS O. CODRINGTON, +
tried on' this or that creation.: I .recitations, Honorsami. readings.IMrs. i t of the editors of Floridais President Florida Press Association.
( ()( :S'I'HcJ't': II I WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET i
I .( : Weaver snag several numbers. I one of the most. effective publicity
A merry' crowd of plfusuro-loving 1-! ;: : ; 1!, An amusing contest followed when 'Mrs.: J. M. Willson- -, president., and proposition' ever offered the city and Mr. W. T B. Harris, Kissimmec Valley
'.. people enjoyed the dance at the Ki+l '; .\ : mSTI : clothespinA( and scraps 6f silk were :Mrs. N. C. Bryan, recording secretary ''county. Gazette, K"fi? +mimce, Fla.

simmee Golf club Tueudiiy: evening, I Mrs G. W. Best and Mrs. T: W. ransforiricd, !< into quaint dolls, Miss urge that all who cum attend the i On Tuesday night Messrs. W. R I Dear Mr. Harris: I enclose letter
s which was given complementary to Ellis were joint hostesses t Tuesday. Cornelia Lancaster winning the prize mooting of the Kissimmee Woman's VrawfoixC; II. C. Stanford and W. B. from lion W. B. Haldeman, editor of
the Orlando Country club, I levelling entertaining with a receptionthe iy 1f1 l Mrs. Weaver the consolation club which will be held at the Hart Harris appeared" .before the city council the Louisville Times, stating his regret -

The rooms were attractive with I a t Hart Mem"ri.il, to which wer5/! p..iz Memorial Monday afternoon at 3:30.: nrfd were (given the promise of alike for his inability 'to attend the
ferns potted! plants and' cut flowers. 'invited: all the winter residents; of the i Refreshments, were then served in The meeting will lie. open to the public amount from the Clt"S publicity! meeting of the Press Association. Use
rvHp-s; predominating.Ittusci I city. the dining room why re the table was aid as unusually good program: is funds., i this letter if you wish.
was furnished ,by the Dixie I A musical program of unusual attractive with cut flowers, butterfly assured it is desired" that as many as Tonight the board of trade will 'j I M"-1iIl'AulifTe, president of the
orchestra and refreshments of sandwiches (I merit was rendered, dut'inth;: (' early place cards nnd centered with "a ]large 'possible attend. '1 meet ;and it is expected that as $350 Georgia Tress Association, stated, that "

UHhorter cakes and coffee were'port of the evening, the' numbers being 1 cake covered with pink candles, in The program will begin promptly has already been contributed to the I he will be present Friday evening and .... \
nerved at a !ate hour. Punch was enjoyed j : i honor of Mn Wc-aver'ti/ birthday. The. at :i10:: and will include an address by I fund the board will see fit to con- make a talk. Please make a. note of s
during the entire evening.J. { Piano duet Misses Muurine Dann i refreshments included\ sandwiches the lion. W. S. Powell a noted traveler tribute I : a like amount or more. I this and sec that Mr. McAuliffe appears
S. Caclel, .secretary-treasurer, i'nod Ethel Gilbert.; \, prich nod cakes. and lecturer who is spending the I on the program at the banquet.
c who arranged the details of this j I Voice "Mother\ Maohrec" ( Rids At the party wire. Mrs. Weaver, winter in Kissimmee. Dr. Charles P. ''MA y. IS AGAIN NOMINATED \ His official title is J, C. McAuliffe
l pleasing .event was assisted. in receiving -!I Johnson Young), :Miss Inez Carson. i Mrs. N. C. Bryan, :Misses Clara Tyson Barites a member of the Church Opera ,I president Georgia; Weekly Press Association :

t by Mrs. Cadel and other members ] Piano, selecte'dMiss I ! : Lucy Buckles. 'J, :Minkie Gardner, Cornelia Lancaster company, Chicago, who is also fOR MAYOR Milledgeville, Georgia. i
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of the club.Among I i Voice, "Stolen Fruit" (Godfrey Miriam :.Munger and Ruby Duke. spending the winter in Kissimmee, I Up to the present time I have been
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,, those present were thirty I Nutting) .Miss! Inez Carson.Voice . TILE MOTHERS' AM;'; TEACHERS' I thus kindly consented to sing. I (Continued from Puce 1)) i iI I unable to obtain from our secretary, !
r ;members of, the Orlando Country club .selected Miss Leona H ber- LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB i I During the afternoon the Woman's I J. R. Gilbert had no opposition for Mr. T. J. Appleyard a correct list of !
and fortyeightmembers of the golf I son. club will likely make plans for entertaining the office of city clerk, and polled .170 I the membership. I am writing Mr.
club of this city and Mr. and :Mrs. A. Then followed a unique feature of A business' meeting was held at the women visitors to the votes. j; Appleyard again today. and will send

it Ray Katz, of Baltimore. I I' the evening when Mrs. J. h. COchrane I !\h s. C. W. Griffin's home today. On meeting of tH State Press Association J. Z. Rolierson. wus unopposed. for'i you the list us soon as I hear from ;.

---- -- :' WIIS introduced! by Miss Elizabeth Friday :March 17, the regular social in Kissimmee April 13, 14 and city treasurer and received ::1,11 l votes. ,: him., If I um still unable to secure .'
MILLINKRY OPENINGSDelighted : ;'; [ Aultman us the first speaker of a debate I'meeting will l le given in the Hart Memorial 15. (i Eugene C. Bryan was nominated to the membership roll from the secretary -
I ] building.] An attractive I I will make up a copy) from records -
l crowds of ladies thronged on the subject of the, suffragequestion. program ''fill the urv.\pired! term of .1. H. Wood-
:MRS. JOHNSON: : ENTERTAINSMrs. : :
i office, which will he almost
will be rendered and cordial i my -
{ the hat shops Tuesday, witnessing the a I i heck, r..i ,wdith"t opposition.,
I r millinery openings and selecting new I \'llI'lths fJIoT\ I welcome will be extended to guests. \ Clay Johnson delightfully entertained He polled U7X\ votes.The c impl.U.
Artil'l2 of the constitution; i I CHRIS (L (CODRINGTOtf() ; ,
hats. says: several tables of Five Hun- !, following members of the executive -
At Mrs. Nellie Kogero's, Bon Ton I The Kissimmee--Audubon Society I "The object of this organization is to died, Thursday afternoon at her pretty -, committee were named, without !President, Florida Press Association.Naples a

I Hat shop the parlors were a perfect wishes as a branch of the state organization I bring about a closer relation between lakefront home in honor of her opposition : W. C Has--, :S.; II. Bullock ,
bower of beauty with decorations of : to thank the friends< of the the parent. and the child, the home and guest, Mrs. Runnels, of Lowell, Mass C. A..Carson, iI. :M. Katz and F. : : ) Lee County, Fla.March .'
''the school], and to with the lH i, lUIfi.MII tiI
1 cut flowers, ribbons and streamers in birds who contributed to the amount! co-operate The house was prettily decorated with II. Lawson.
'a color scheme of pink white and of dues, which we owed to the state teachers in the physical, mental: andn flowers.. Punch was served during the The city eli'ttionhirh will, be1', : Chris I O J Cixlrington. (President,

green. A victrolu] furnished music society and which are nuw fully collected. oral development of the child ; and afternoon' anti' refreshments. of ice held] on March :!.ith. will senora, (the Florida! 1'1'-- Association. !De Land, y,
throughout the afternoon and Miss I This will keep us on the rolls: 'to aid l any movement that has for itsobject cr am nnd cake were sjrvc Willie Willson presided at a dainty; for, another year. This affiliation with I' the betterment of the town." tables., :Mrs.' E.: E. N'augle was the likelihood of any opposition' t ticket. "<"ir Mr I (Codiington. : Your very
A wide, U'ul all cmbraiing scope fortuncte winner of t first honors. kind. nA received! attend 1
nerving table, dispensing punch and, the state work enables] us to have the - - itit! inn to : the
gofers to the guests. She was assisted I benefit. of the field) agent: lectures as (truly Is tinT, .i what extent can we'''chile :Miss! Sue Watson was. awarded( COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : iinm'ul( mceti'ig of the Florida PiesAssociation .
in serving by :Mrs. Earl Lup- well as providing leaflets for the children do. it? the consolation prize. Those who enjoyed I : id .be held 1 at K i-" t ; fer, while Mrs Henry Overstrcet and l in this way keeps the school] ; David Starr .Jordan, of Leland the afternoon were: !Mrs. K. S. CALL BOND ELECTION April nth: Illh and 1Mb. ?
\ graciously aided :Mrs. Roger in re- :' chi ldrehin, line with the work, as ant Stanford 1'nivi-rsity says' : "there is Johnson Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Mrs H. i; It regret, extremel.x (that it will not
- ., -- .. 'nothing in all the world :so: important C. Stanfordfi :Mrs. L. W. Pilley, Mrs.M. (Continued from fate One.) !I. possible for. niu 1 : to I In- present at :
- - "" --- -: las, children, nothing so Interesting. If Katz, :Mrs. II. W. Boice, Mrs. W.I. ment was one not against! road improvements this meeting! ni I will lease for my

i {you wish to be of any use in the world Barber; Miss Frances Bay, Mrs. E. but against the specific horne,! ii Kentucky the latter part>f
s I do something for the children." E. Wells, Mrs. G. C. Livingston, Mrs. :;,details of the present plan, which he March I have had what was to me avery
LL There is need of united work in C.- L Bandy, Mrs. E. E. Nauglc, Mrs. claimed was unfair. to his section of great plensure'in !being present .

Kissimmee, the need : exists: every.wherethatofhelpingour.boys H. M.,.': Katz, Mrs A. Ray Katz, , ofBaltimore ]I I''the.county,; "" ,; ., , ., {iu, +\fry/ ; ,.J\.Jj \"jatioiie/ofiyoursannual' : r;., ;;' ,.meetings .and
:: and Mrs.. Runnels) of Lowell" ''J"l Walker ''uf 1BaeReuu < presented enJoycd J l'jtt thoroughly; iRI l' ', r
: ;,:' ;. t.: ,ft ;] j I I ] !: ,iij.i2 J 1 ,
.. glrl! ft becpmerth'strong.'Wholeiiome.;;' Mass:) fMrs. F i S. Gilbert;5 Mrs\&.wK'Ja a T petitl o: t gm thnt. precinct I I feel) honre.1fIr!numberrungamongmy : f' <" .t\\
rightl! us. ci.tizenSiOf; : tomorrow *Here S y Carr and?the'*'hostess 1 .. "'filii, against,' lhe plan. J'll"Baisdcn: : ;ofWhittier friends'!''"many'[members of the .'-

lit I with this club is an opportunity for I I .' ,,. presented similar petition. i Florida, Press and I sincerely regret
j constructive work which offers I RIItT11DAYPARTY, Rev. B. H. Guy, of Whittier W. R. i that it will be my misfortune not to

1, I 1 nite aims, full of human interests den-I Mrs." R. B. Savage entertained a Wilhitc and (C W Milliard of Bass lie able to meet' them thi y ar. The
joys retroactive. -'nger al.-o t to ire Honda< 1'1'\" has n-ason 10 l hp
1It merry crowd of young I people at the were l present r i i v e r very
A heart to heart rev-oalment to c-nrh' :Manhattan hotel Thursday, : afternoonin opposition. j proud of. n nirinlci-shii" | and., throughyou
/ t1 [other, on the part of parent teacher honor of the ninth birthday anniversary Maxwell A. KiUiit.' of the oulh- I I thank, them for the Imnor done
Y ift 1 yea and child too, might solve manya of her daughter, Olivene. The .'1'1) 'ol'Hii/.atMID' ( nnipiti\ > stuUMl that ;me in i\ttMiding the in\ilation: ; to meet
peiplexingproblem.) afternoon was pleasantly spent in he WIlIot fully informed Il" to the with them
t | :Miv\: this :article :2 of I tb<" contitution games and music. A splendid! spread matter, hut would like to be ri-cord. daM Si-ic ,ulj jinn-, '_
I ben, living statute. 1 I' the \V. I H.! I llAI.DKMANf.I I:
Him was served at a long tablo in the hating M "'1\.01) tJniirM!: I to register -

I too liijjrh dining room, which was nttractixrlydecorated hi.. oppn.iluei( . at( :a futinv dot .. /IJAPTIST:; ('III'KCIISiiMtcs !
"Ah. but a man's reach f-liould cx- with flowers.. The following 'if hon saw lit.
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at I hiKir't Hapti.-t church
1iI': '" c., !.d! hi.trmp! were little Hiss: i Oli\fiie's guests: (lenige; "IJ.dl'tnIYII": '\ ,. in an"uor
re :Sunday; < "h'H,1 at !1y I 1-
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a. m.
i C Or), what'- heaven for." Carroll Makinson, Let tie Holtsi'law' to the argtiinrnls" of :Mr \Gaines; and, I I" :
preaching; service at 11 a. m. and l 7:311:
T' ] Celeste .1. KVipp, Dickie Makinson, Eleanor Rosen, John t'( :S.; At'1 retfiled 1 a )>,'ot.-t ileum (-. .
- ;It. rn. b> ll. j.a-.tor, Dr. A. J. Holt.j .
Club SI."Y.'to and! Coinnir-Moner's distnct.
T. Wells, Eunice
Lesley Dorothy
The ,
j morning! subject will] ho the
Rivers, Trixie Bass. Elberta] O'Berry, The hoard instructed Clerk Overtreet -
TALENT: TEA Laof Labor At night! the Law.ofLove. .
Verna JIarrison, Virginia Lesley, > t t.i prepare) ballotami] !see that .
Better Corn Flakesmade Tin' ladies of the Methodist( church Irene Franklin Elizabeth O'Berry the ballot boxes were piovidcd for a
Everybody inwtcd, and
| strangers
similar election] in'the Third Commis I
f. and their friends were entertained" Tracy Canova I/ottie Clark and G.oruldine ]
specially W('| 'om(1.
it the home; of Mrs W. C. Bass, Friday Lesley. sioner's district, shish will vote on a _____.
< by a brand new process mighty i tasty and afternoon at a talent tea. The :. -- CLUlfThe -- I: plan to l become a separate bridge< and I George(; Overstreet, Earl Lupfcr
always ready to serve. hostesses for the afternoon were :Mrs. MUSIC : road district to )bond) for $1r.lOOO! ( to .and lloln.e.s. Pruther 1 loft Tuesday evening -
W. C. Bass Mrs. W. B. Harris and regular meeting of the Kissimmee build a sum! asphalt road to the Bre- fur the Kissimmee prairie for J
I Mrs. S.V. Lawler] who was repre- Music club at the Hart Memorial : vard county line. This. election will ill three days' hunting trip. '

I rented by h"r daughters: Misses Lot- I Monday evening was called to order I I .-'-'- --- 1
New Post. I tie and Ix>la.I by Miss Marlea Bishop, vice president I ,
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I As soon as the guests were assembled and presided while the following entertaining 5:. ; --H 0 000000 tOo i
T slips of paper containing the program was rend reed: '\
oasties H. M. BREAKER
J. A. ,
BARCLAY
"h 3 I
names of popular songs were pinned I Piano selection "From An Indian C
FLORIDA "Th Land of t
Cn "an'.n'
'I *to their backs, and they were instructed Lodge," (Macdowell ), Mrs. P. K. 5 Rapidly Dmvmlnpmd Than Any ll BtiarMor*
t? resulting from years of practice and study, are the to guess\ the names of the songs Weaver. 5 OJjARCLA i
inner sweet meats of choicest Indian Corn skilfully I they represented .by having someone Sketch of the life of Charles Cad- BREAKER & y

toasted to a crackly, golden-brown crispness. .1 hum the song for them. This produced man, Stanley Bullock. Real Estate and Insurance cSf nd.
"From the Land of the :,,
a gale of merriment. An advertising Voice, Sky .j Kissimmee Fla. Cro Y !
contest ensued, Mrs. J. WadeTucker Blue Waters," (Cadman), !\fiqs Peggy f:f j. M. COOPER. Clerk cotoni.e" :; .
By a new process the true corn flavour, unknown receiving a beautiful bouquetof I Bobbit. 4P Lan"X c

I to corn flakes of the past is brought out in every flake. roses for having the nearest correct -, Voice, "The Moon Drops Low," and r, -:.-: :-:-: -...:,*,:..:..:-: .-.;-:..:":.::.v{4vrrGSGb S }.W04Sfifi
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list of answers. "Far. Off I Hear the Lover's Flute," -

As you pour Toastics from the package note the I During the afternoon little Alta (Cadman), Miss Marlea Bishop. A .
little pearly "puffs"on the flakes-a distinguishing Ruth Overstreet delighted those pres- Sketch on Indin Music which included }4r' J: 4:-i vtii: --:W:+}<- --}.whty G.sv 00:00 00 00 0 C 0 00 -.j-tf
ent with an amusing recitation and some recent developments in j
1 characteristic of these New Toasties. Another point- Eleanor Overstreet sang, a song.A the securing of Seminole music, and a j INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE K
they don't mush down when cream or milk is added. dainty salad course was served supplementary article on Charles Cad-

with iced tea, to the following guests: man, Mrs. J. M. Willson, jr. Let insure ;
Insist upon these distinctive corn flake -- the Mrs. M. D. Alexander, Mrs. J. II. Morrow -I Sketch, "Paul Bliss" Miss Marlea us your Life, your health, your Property. t.

jij New Post Toasties Mrs. E. P. Caldwell, Miss Anna Bishop. Information regard to property for
:Jordan, of Tampa; Mrs. Frank Van j Piano, "Ghost 'Dance," ( Bliss), Miss i sale and rent cheerful y given.
Duzer, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Driggers, Adah Wagner.
They're New and Different Mrs. A. Cotterman, Mrs. ITughin, Mrs. 'I' Voice, "Dear Little Hut Among the In addition to fifteen othergood companies, we

Whitney, Alias Ledbetter, Miss Dean, Rice Fields," (Gena Branscomb), Miss represent the well known riif110W
and Mighty Good Miss Halloway, Mrs.' J. Wade Tucker, Ella Mae Gilbert. -
i Mrs. G. F.. Parker, Mrs. J. McPhatter Piano, Indian music (harmonized by HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of-New York I
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Mrs. Sarah Cohoon, Mrs. J. L. Thurlow Lieurance) Miss Minnie Rog- ::1:>>. G. "WV" .AGrN'"E:: : 1 :' .
-sold by Grocers everywhere. Ov'eratreet'Hrs. A. L. Stevens Mrs. CN. ,
.,... ,.. ..,. . r. w l '.. ..wc .. .- member Second floor Gtizens Bank i I "
-c t'f JI. M. Bratton, Mrs. R D. Gutce, Mrs.E. About' forty enjoyed this Rldg. Kissimmee, Fla.o.0,0' .

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t ,THE K1SSIMMCE VALLEY GAZETTE "Butter Nut" bread you'll find it 'J. 8. Cadel was a business visitor lag' Us travels about the state in the launch Margaret Tuesday and I left I place of J. M.' Hare who ha .resigned .

(Tl.pbon. No. lL) different. Made by Reed' Bakery to,Tampa on Tuesday two weeks, which he did not spend Kissimmee S o'clock their destination to accept;another position.

:. Published Every Friday By 11.2t If you want good goods at', lowprices"we here he told many people about this being' Canoe creek. In the party i
; Sensiba city and he knows of six eight were Mr and Mrs. F. H Jahr Pe- ADVERTISED LETTERSAnderson
:' If. B. HARRIS A B.'G. VANS AUNEW Ralph who has been spend can fill your nocdsi F. II. says or lot(

.-, .. ing the past few weeks with his 'par. Lawson, I' people who came here as a result'of oria, IllL; M. Williams of Kissim-- Abraham; Clark; Char

',. .... .oO..t..ooo.to 0 UHr ents Mr. and Mrs; W. M.. Sensiba ,at Broadway Cafe can bo leased or(!'hir recommendation, mee; Mr. and Mrs. Brinkorhotf, Washington lie; Dickerson? Miss Mary; GuJ\d\ r.

U. Thurman City left Friday for Joplin, purchased by confpotcnl\ restaurant | Mr, and MPS. Harry 1\leetch. hilt' 1>. C.; R. Burk Chicago,1: ; son, Andrew; Ijarley, ,Walter; Jerni

; : '1 Weather Report Mo., ten route for his, home near Jordan man. Will make good price and terms father and sister, Mrs''. Frain of liar- Mr and Mrs. Frank M. Levi!, Norwood gan, Mr.; Noef eet, C. A.; Owens S.

f, Mont. to* tho-right man., See or write J. L. risburg.Pa.( who 'arc :regular\ winter Ohio; Mrs, W II. Farmer of this city; S.; Poitevent J. H.j a Williams )Mr e

Sea the "Butcher Boy" on' page 2. BeamanKissimmce..- residents of KissimmA, left thismorning" Mr: and Mrs. J. Graham: of' Cherokee Beulah: Thompson, D. ,R4. ; White, MiM

i.' Mr. and Mrs, Frank Nyc, of Princeton Mrs. George Overstreee-and: Miss for jan' automobile trip to ,. Iowa; S. F; Wesley, ''city; John LucyYates; Berry.
Following are daily temperatures Miami. From there they will go by llolden, Mt Ayr! Frank Bourner, of aZ
and III.; Clement Nye Miss'Alice Nye Elizabeth.Donegnn; went to.Key West
precipitations as reported boat through the canals and Lake Newark, Ohio; W. S. Powell, of Baltimore .
by Government station and Mrs. Nellie Waldorf, of Water. this week to attnd/the: sessions of the .
at'' Klssimmee for the week end. vine N. Y., 'who are. spending the Grand Lodge of Fythitia Sisters as Okeechol\ to Fort Myers, where they ;; .J. n. Hale and F. E. Soudersof FaithfulObservance.

,yt, ing Thursday", March, 9: winter with Mrs. Belle Modi, went to representatives) of the local lodge. will spend some time before returningto Kissimnvee. T. M. Burk of Chica.
Max Min. Rain Miami and-thence back to Kiisim- go; G. ,, Pittsburg; ,Miss
St. Cloud' t splnd'the Jackson
Wednesday o Mr and Mrs. of Lima .
Friday _., __. 82 66, day. Carpenter ; mee I I' I Louise and :J. B. Dillard, of
"t. Ohio have 'arrived from Tampa and this city. While the luck of the
Saturday __ 65 9 partywas
-' Mrs. Rose Jacoby, of West Duluth', are spending several.! weeks here, Ernest Green W. II. Arnold Harry reported -as good no alligators\ of the rules
Sunday ___ 75 43 (
? Arnold William Arnold and .J, T.
Monday __ 78 43 Minn.; Mrs.M.. Schuritz. of Duluth Mr. and Mire. John II. Rise of Mans- were Included In tho catch. On their
u Burckhalter mails: the record catch of that tend to
Minn. and her P. 'Voigtlaenfder
Tuesday __ __ 84 C9 brother field, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Pearl return a stop WBS made at Southportand
perch and trout at Canoe creek! last
Wednesday ___ 78 66* .39 of Lake City Minn., were a party Shanonbarger of Pinecastle, were Saturday. They went down on Friday a visit to the Lee groVe' at that Stim i ulateConfidence

X Thursday 62 40 returning! from Tampa and spending guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Kenton place and a similar stop was made atOliver's .
I and before 9 o'clock Sat.
un evening '
:..,.4 several hours here, while en route to Sunday afternoon. Island to view& the sights
St. Cloud."FRANK"Stallion. urday morning had caught 287 fish,
inY 044-0 84Pb4vo4d 44400.04+. i6 I Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kitzmiller, of which they brought back to the cityto I there. __ "
has
,, for service. $6.50 ; Floraind.) have been. spending several prove their prowess as fishermen. placed
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colt.spot cash Wood: Money for sale.refunded Drop me if no a ..the GraysUme days in Kissimmee hotel. Mrs.as Kitzmilleris guests at Mr. and Mrs, O. E, Were of Brooks- I ELLIS RESIGNS ONECITYJOBFORANOTHER us .i i 11 the ? "

ville\) Ind., who are pleasantly l locatedat
I The Local 1 Field postal card. Henry Sjaarda city
a niece of Mrs. M. Cosner of this : lead family
the home of Mrs. W. II. Farmer for as -
at Old Jack Keene Place. .10-tf I k
\.. ,city.The the winter had for their guests Mrs.\
Henry Lightscy has purchased theJ.
Kissimmee Concert Band will Were's brother, N. II. Conyers. and j grocers ;
I W. Miller residence on Mabbette to St. Cloud tonight to give a public V. R. Elli.,f--who has for several
go *
, Fire insurance taxes paid. See A. wife, of Sprague, Mo. This is Mr. and I in this '-
E. Drought. New Rivers Building 30tf street and moved into it this week. concert there, having been invited Mrs. Conyers' first visit to Kissimmee years been collector of the municipal -sec

II. II. (Hull of Narcoosf.ec spent Mr. Lightsey is planning a number o( \tl.cre by the' St. Cloud people, who and they are so delighted with this I water and light plant resigned his

Monday in the city. ,improvements in the property. have heard the boys play here on a city that they) intend becoming. regular I position at the meeting of the city tion.We

Mrs. Earl Harper of Loughman, W. It Wilhite of Bassenger! was number of occasions. winter residents.!: council Tuesday night. His. resignation welcome '

shopped in Kissimmee! Tuesday among the prominent visitors in the Roma Thomas, C. W, Griffin and takes effect today. The council
city Monday. Mr. Wilhite is a merchant W. L. Paulk went delegates from The members of. the Ladies Aid of placed the collection work in the I you to
"Butter Nut" bread. It's bet.
Buy the church and those
at Bassenger and came up to at- the local lodge to the grand lodge Presbyterian hands of. Clerk J. R. Gilbert and he I
ter. Made by Reed's Bakery. 11-2t who had volunteered dollarin
I tend the meetings of the board of meeting: of the Knights of Pythias at to earn a will likely be allowed to employ an Our New StoreTaylor's
Mrs. (!i. D. of Haines some unusual and donate it to
Langston City county commissioners."The Key West. left way assistant in his office to care for the
They Tuesday morn-
a shopped in the city Tuesday. the Aid, met Wednesday at the home work properly.Mr. .
Butcher Boy" has news for ing going via Miami. Cash
Fat, juicy and tender meats always you. Read what ho has to say on of Mrs. Witherspoon in what was call- Ellis resigned to take a positionas
Mrs. Armor had delightful
found 44. tf a surprise ed an "Ingathering of Dollors. The
. at City Market 'phone I
2. night engineer at the city elec- Grocery
page ; thin week in the of visit
r Judge S. 1>. Decker of St. Cloud way a ladies were also requested to relate
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blankner and from her cousin Miss Julia Wattles tric light plant. This place was for-
r the visitors'in th:ir experience In verf. and all were
was among' prominent Phone 250 Quick Delivery
merly held by S. E.: Gardner who has
( the city Monday. children, of Orlando, motored to Kis and her friend Mrs. McKean of Pitts- surprised" at the talent and Wit displayed -
simmee Monday and spent a few burg. Miss Wattles is visiting Mrs. in these compositions. Mrs. moved up today, engineer to take the I .
; C. H. Milliard and William Williams
( hours. Mrs. Blankner: / and the childreiY McKean. whose winter home is in Or N. Paver of Cincinnati Ohio who
in the
of
Bassengei1 spent Monday je.
visited with Mrs. W. B. Harris. lando. I II
I city on hUf .
while Mr. Blankner attended to businoss ]I Tony Sampson, who has been managing jhome here, and Mrs. W. J. Evnns were
f W. J. Steed of the law firm of matters. !II I IMr. ihy Broutiwjiy Cafe for several hostesses, serving sandwiches, pickles CASH IS KING WE SELL FOR LESS
I I
KribbK & Steed, spent Sunday with I I
I and Mrs K. A. Carmine, dis- I weeks, has given it .up ai'd the owner H'ld tea to the guests i

}, his. parents in Meljmd. tilt Kuperint-ndent; of this, part. of J. i L Hen man, is aguin in chnitfe.' MrHeamun .
! Frank Walker and J. II. Walker ofBasKenger Florida for the Mrthodist, ('hII rl'h, will (continue to conduct. the I U I II.> Waling, formerly of Kissimnue THE FAMILY\ STORE
f visitorsin ,is now head: of a big real] estate
were prominent north with headquarters at 1 Deland, place until he is able to sell it.
company beating his name aid; withbeadcuaiteis
Kisnimniee
Monday.
on was here Saturday enioute for Seliiing. F. II. West, of Wellington Ohio, ill Jacksonville The PEAK[ & PUKE

John Y. King, chief engineer of ., , '. Mrs. (Carmine. is prominent. in who is "spending the winter at St. Flol.ltlu I | of last
I Metropolis Sunday
Davenport Drainage District was here the woman's missionary woik. I \
(Cloud spent Tuesday. here" with M. II. contained l double. advertise

from Davenport l Saturday. W1 are still selling good( at cutpiKos. Port."-r. :Mi. West and Mr. Porter I' lent of the a Waring page It-ally company -New Knox Straw Hats for Men $$2.50 $$3.00 and $5.00 {

Mrs. 1..1. Van Mu/.er, :Mr. and hlrs.1 Conic and pitu F. II. Lawson \\ere 'boyhood fiK-nds, and pent the* s\illi ,lecommenilations fiom E.: i I.. ,

h M. II. Porter, 'weie dir wr ," / .day very pleasantly I talking over old I J.(.,I(' \\'. ('. Mass I! and Simtoi Arthur Spring Oxfords for Men white kid lining does

a!J Mrs B..lle1,01:\ , Wednesday. I Mr .John A. ThnrKston, sUitihij'li) 1 times, I':, lionegan' of this, (.,ty It contained ;

;I Fred ;M. Bass! was among those who school inspector, arrived. ill Kissipinieeoilax f!eoirt'V, |! 'iKeistie't 1. who was renommalcd also] (."t,.. of ;Mi, 1Voii't', , and not stain your sotks $5.00

Jt ff attended f (automobile. \ show in Jacka ( from (Caint; ,,s.\'ill.-, white, !bo is fur the position of city Jack' Sulli"in. foimcil> of tin-, city, ; I I' .

ko'ivllle tlllfc WOlv.Mr. .onne(.ted with the. State Univei, 'sitV. marshal' a'"l l t I": ro'b'ctor'! in the city who)" 'is salesman for the new com :.

\ and ;Mis. CUudo Ih-rper. whose) I'' nitidu. "'t inspci! '(.sin of I the !local!. primary> held( ]last Saturday over 1m pany.Diuoui.ig'd. 50 Pairs Ladies Shoes and Oxfords Choice $1.50 Pair i

week: 'I'h --lior this n"lIIII:11,1. will Itt o o > MiiKl'ts, for Valley ,
marrmgc was: : M t\e'it of l.t: I : i i- | | quests : with the sued-
, biivretuii, ",nl farm' :n wi-ddi'ig trip t'" ,P". I I tho Nt. Clnnd -'h.,1, | I this\ af'ii-, (;burette", to evlci.d, to all Iii, lends, fi.hint!; party last w."h.\ .. h heIrined Si/es-Z 25 3 31 and 4I.

his thank1- ,' then ,
Atlanta and \oilier, points. nol n suppoit. Bone with a cutth "nfetral,

'. \Mrs. lld'li""M": 'i. of :Mut frccsboio;, .'I AT I'HIJ( KENT but mshed or ur- (laik, : lie.well. the stl'awhl'II'y glower bundled pounds of fish and 1 a large '

Tenn., who i is .spending' the winter fuii'shed. Apply at the llazctto.office. picked ads':! quails fiom his stinw-\ alligator, another party chartered I the Superba Cravats; New Patterns All Silk 50c 75c and $1.00

with Mrs :M. 'F.I Seals, was a dnmcr I "'1'111'111" on Monday and equallyas -- ,

guest' of :Mis.I B.lIefodi.\ T'nursday. j H. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator many: on two other, dll)'" of this week. I. .

I J, M. )Lee and Howard Katz, accompanied spent Monday aid Tuesday at This bring;, the total production this UKGISTKATION: :" :NOTICE" (LION BRAND SHIRTS KNOX
.
season well over fiOOO quarts. All of HATS
by his uncle A. Ray Katz, ESustis attending a meeting of the ----" .

s I ,.,::,"i'iy of Baltimore" motored, t top, ,SouthportiMondayito'llookWiftjjrl'groveiilnte? !. arm agents of; centrpl andthclot"Idi" then;. berries ; have"been'sold 0H'V1 f J)at"good.;! Notice isy i hereby, ,"given that ".thecrg.atlon1 .' ' . \

rest's] Wednesdu th oagenlevstLd .I fiilcC !! !:!: bookg will:Jbe! open at allprecinctSlfromtholflrstUMonday j't
..- -- *J si .w.i lettuce '-Tl1Urman E InMarchTtoythelfirstIMondaysMri .jUOurPani! Beach h jells STRTUI[ 50c
.Irfartd II J IPJIj, nr y QBlaiTj the fiery and fields at aril Joseph ( 1 : \u ? ,, \,..

Neb.. now pucding the'winterratl StJ unfold',,\ , ] 0 '\, ,' '. ',' '. T IlopkIns, and Mise Turyille,. made ; { ,'Apr'iI"Only /
Miss Gleanadean' Crowder has a flip to' Lake county .Monday in the! ] those who have not registered ..
Cloud ,,-ere Visitors In Kissimmee on ac.
'Ward automobile to view th. sand- ,' heretofore will be requited to rogister. TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Tuesday.Heiijannn. ':'. d a position as, stenographer in .'I '
w' roads) thenAll of the I ( W. GRIFFIN,
Ihe olfioe of Joh'l to1 &. Gurtell: asphalt 1'1'1))
I' I'enn, of .Ialllto: ,, ", "licit1 the work has so increased that were )pleased) with, th" road a'ld )piominuted Supervisor of Registration for Cleaning Pressing Reparng: : }
I Ind., Ins
,
pleasantly cousin
suipn.scd I t was to havs them to he fine from the, Osceolu County. II 'It
G.; W Moore, :'lIon'lay night by aiming necessary more helpVi.s Prices '
] Cmwder) i i' a valuable addition standpoint of the autotnolulit I Ij I on Application
for a bi. u1 "I..it.
; :'o I the office force.C'ljne j Tinmany fi'lends. of fearII.. ''

;'' ,1. II. i Ilaisdi'ii( of Whiltiei, was ai, ,d I Sec us bcfm.," all out ( ;tlascnck: formeily of this,, city, will Time is the Test

aninng" the' visitors fioni" Hi" lower" end '". . 1-', !I"'<, g-hd to ki,ovv tli.it lie i. now nt his The Store That Satisfies
ins' 11. I.'
arc .
... g. \\\-011. 'I 1'hc cstimon) i 11) of Kissimmec IVople PHONE 291 HSBWYLEST
of (tli" run sly. who nttei'd, d! tin-, inei'l t ting Inline ill !\Ia 'svllI('. K '., whethe h
I Rs'{ \\', .1. C.npenter! ..f We1.) Palm' > :Stands: the TeTl'o ,!. I ,
of I the < ountromniis' ioners' beieMonday. lii.i.h, "snnt| sovci.il( hour brie Moli-" visitnn, his patents. lie expects t 10 test of time I.- whit t leilthe !i: :"" :n'#:..'''''' !!'..:&:r; "1I: -,, [13ege..;:.r.e:::: +e."wi'erww.. .. '" a.- -S- ?
: \!" (toVlabiinm soon to enter base, ,
l.i.v evetiug/ wjtli lieS.. W. Lawler.I'll' 'tale. The public soon finds out whentni.srcpivscnlalioi.s -
MI' Cl.nenie) ( )slon, < olio) tin I""-, ill the .(tenting, field. ':
wn .
e. : Key :Mr. ( ''''I''l1t'a; fmmeilviistor A anmade, n'id'meiit

. charmlpg guest o( :1lis..J. I M.) Cliik, ] of the first :Methodist church .Iki7ile the cool weather a large:' alone, will stain! the tc'st of --Ii

left Saturday for hen\ hr. tix'ni': Sh1'i i of JackHonvillc, hill l lyre. rottMitlv been. crowd heard the concert bv\ the Kisiminee ':time. Illllfr. : t "J, '

lift Salul'd.Ifro. her' home" ill Anderson " ussigned.to, tin church, I.t,1. Palm Concert: Bund in the hand I II I Ki!'siomiee people appreciate ma U, .

N. C. I, Itt-iu.h. I stand on Broadway; Wednesday niifbt |[and many months ago local citizens '

Mr. and :1D". C. N. Paver and :Miss Notice is bet ehy given to uscisof. I, The excellence of the program leudeted | )publicly endorsed,\ Moan's Kidney'Pills;
and the character of the music they do still. Would citizen .
so
Mollie Keller, of Cincinnati, who ate (city water and electric lights that after a
winter residents of Kissimnioe, returned produced by the boys were the subject make the statement which follows
all
i i' today( bills 'mu't; be paid to the '
last Saturday from boat tripto of much favorable comment. unless! convinced that the article was I YOU FORGETWe
u i a city: clerk at' LU office in the Fraternity

Bassenger.Miss building, right opposite the old) J. W."Harris, formerly of the just as represented ? Below is testimony -

Anne Bryan Carson county office of former collector V. Jt. Ellis. liy '&;tore has accepted a Fam-I such as the sufferer from kidIney I have had

canning' club agent' has returned Hills! must I be paid on or before the the shoe department of the YowollMuckworth ills is.looking for. | thirty years'experience

tenth of' each store in Orlando and J. E. Buss, Sr., Bermuda A VI'., Kis- j
from Tallahassee where she went to month.-J. R. Gilbert,
attend a meeting of the canning club city clerk.Sale )leaves. either today or Sunday to begin ,simmee says: "I 1 suffered from kid- j in Watch, Clockand '
his duties. I ney troubb for several years and had : I
The friends of
of the
agents! state prices still in effect at Law- many (
a lame and aching l bn\'k Ioan's Kidney :
Charles L. Games general "alesml'neJ'er son's. Mr. Harris will'regret to hear that he Jewelry repairing "
Pills'rid me of the trouble and |
is leaving! the city but wish him
Consolidated Land
for the Mr. arfd Mrs. C. K. McManus Miss "
backache ( Statement given February -
in his
success: new position. |
company, which has large interests in McManus and Mr. and \Mrs. J. A. Cal- 22, 1911.) Lei .
visitor I. A. Trudell, of Deering, N. D. us fix yours
Osceola county was a prominent. lahan of Lynn, Mass., and J. M. Ly- OVER' THREE YEARS LATER i .
in Kissimmee on Monday. was in the city Tuesday en route to ,
don of .
Dorchester Mass., who have Mr. Bass said: "Since using Moan's I I

Mrs. :J. E. Trotter, of Atlanta Ga., been spending some time in Kissimmee Kin home. Mr. Trudell was called hereby Kidney Pills. I have never had a | COLE JEWELRY CO.
is the of her left last the death of his brother Paul E.
visiting family brother week for their homes. symptom of kidney trouble." |i

,' ,,, W. G. Hanking. Mrs. Trotter is the They were very much pleased with Trudell at Kenansville and he has Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't'|
)been assisting the widow in settling
wife of the district passenger agentof Kissimmee and hope to return next simply] ask for a kidney remedy-getMoan's
up-the estate. lie was favorably impressed
.
tho Seaboard railroad.
Kidney Pills-the that
year.A with Florida] and states that same
Mrs. Henry and wee daughter! arrived Cotterman has purchased a residence Mr. Bass has twice recommended. I
he hopes to return here at some future
home Monday after a pleasant on Beaumont avenue from )K. II.Beul. Foster-Mill Co., Props., Buffalo, -P
time. -
n.. visit with relatives in Rockdale] near r. the consideration not being N. Y. i .
.. ... \Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Campbell, of
. r Miami. Mrs. Aultman] also visited at made public. This is one of the prettiest -

' West Palm Beach during'' her absence.Mr. new bungalows in the city andis I Knoxville Tenn., who "spent some ..
J'J: time here having atthe homeof
and Mrs. Gorge! W. Persons now occupied by II. E. Cole. \Mr. quarters I ,
\Mrs. F. G- Thomason left Mondayfor
'. and Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Mallcttc of Cotterman will continue to occupy his

Savannah Ga., who are visiting them, home on \Mabbette strete, the pur: their home. They visited manyplaces I GRAYS ONE HOTEL
in the state in time I
that ar
.. chose
f k: spent Thursday in Orlando. Mr and being for investment.
g found Kissimmee their favorite. Mr. "ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHbPEKALIGA"
Mrs. Mallette are Mrs.\ Person's par Some excitement was caused Saturday -
Campbell says that Kissimmee is the
ents. morning by fire the A. C. .
a
'-,- near finest littl city in the state. He says KISSIMMEE; FLORIDAIs
; Harry A. Hunter of the Hunter L. passenger depot. A spark from a
r1t ) he will. return next year and that he under the O. C. of the Mount
... Land company who has been spend- passing train ignited a pile of crossties will tell all his friends about the I II now managemenUof PIERCE formerly Washington

king several weeks here left Tuesdayfor I which endangered the nnr-by I pleasure of the winter here. Dur- I Bretton Wood., N.H., and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guest by

Iii&: Minneapolis Minn. where the lumber yard. The strong wind, whichwas K ..immee Golf Club. Many improvements now being made in hotel and ground. r;

,, head offices of the are lo blowing increased the danger but -
cated. Colonel Hunter company is a great favorite the prompt action of the Kissimmee Cures Old Sons. Otter ....... ....t Cm. i CORRESPONDENCE- SOLICITED .. ,"
The wont CMC no matter of bow Ion*lUndloc
in Kissimmee and will be much fire department prevented any fur- arc eared, by lls wcmdrrfnl, old rllMbl9 DCPorter I
, I I loss. -. Antlnptlc Helling pil. It rell.......
Jy' missed j jI I ither I f\u\ and Heal at UM a jt. Urn. r3c,Ooe,slate
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MG it KISSIMMEE A A Z E T BQld :

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,-- - - -- I -- ----v -- I Iaullion. Green Dee:18S3. WM home on fur-,, (II
r l New Lebanon Co., Conn. Own my E. Franklin, of Co E, 3rd S. C. KegtJ 1 I Francia M. Means-Co., C. 12th G.B. :,." I

Soldiers of the Blue and Grey I r homo on Bryan St.Mntlldn I Came to Kissimmee April. ) 1897, from I'' J':misted Oxford, 1862; 1 tough' at close f of war. Came to Kis

Kdwardswidow: of James' Union.. S. C. Own niy home on. Emmett surrendered'' near, -Appomatox, April, I IIR65. si.mmee( Feb. 1890, from Athens, Ga

Or Their Widows! Who Live, Here 'I| M. Edwards, Co.:: B. 1st W, Va.. Light I St., 212.. j. Cnme"to Kle'-Smmee",Sept, ,JJ\15.\ Robert N. Lanier-With Capt. .LeaNo .,
fl I II .
I I ; Arty, Came to,Kls immee.Dec.i : 112! I Elizabeth. A. Barneft: -'widow of Ed-I Stopping With daughter, Prof Evans' I In Cuvly. for protection Gulf Coast.,
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I i I from. Por'l8hiouth"Ky.! ; Live with mY-I iwin A. Barnes! Co. A. 2nd Ky. Infy,1Under '
.RJI. Enlisted! lakeland. 1862. Served to
In Oxford
(Continued! train! pafpo one.Came .). I I Mon-in-law on Brack wife. .OWn! my homo "
: St. Genl. to
I II[i Bieekenridfro. Came I hero before
I I( William U( Lankford-Co, I, :3rd end of war. Came long:
C'ONFKDKHATK: ) WIDOWS Kltslminco June, 1883, from Louisville Kissimmee.
to l Ki/fiiimmeo Jan.., j9tll) (!,:lrontldohnann ] IIOI!>, from Drnytoiti: Ind. l.clack.Itndtli .. j. ,Amanda :.'J. Chsholm! widow; oi I Ky. Owii lIlY( home) on ,EmmettSt.(101. Ga. Miliki/i Infy. Enlisted:.!Y \ Bowling. : there. was any ,
. . .
( | Virgil A.; CllUhofm, Co. A. S, C. Regt. ;\ l' . - --- ------ -- '--y"- - - - "IV W WIIMMIINCALUMELDYNAiTOUR
City; Tcnn.. Stopplnjf at the Stopping; on Sumner)' St. / i I" -l I 'II d ;
Manhattan, \ 1-) .William;. A,..' Brlllfll- Carpffplor'fl/) *I Capt, l If let ry ,A. Hmart.' : Came to Ki- (,OFI: tl HA'i'ITl; ': R-\-:
John, W. "KIllKAn.(o. '1)9; UJ.tnr.l'nlh'lt.f ."'mala:' on Cunboal} }Isaac Smith1) EitiliKWd : jfrinihw j 1)e' :}9t1, fromHampton, S. !I'I David) L..Slone. _Co.' B.. 2nd Ga. tto'sofvt's. LIVER ,

: f New Haven, Aug. 1 1W2." Came .Jul '.'lIWJ.( Now York= / ,, Came to C', Own my homft' in Orlando; Flu .: Enlisted" Mcli. 1.HC4. Discharged ,

to KNsimnioo,.Oct..:. tU3M ;'. :litopptnit lit 'IJ"lnunE"Nil"", 11)10 ffi!\>m Now topping/ with my hon on I mmett 'St.i I!'! ,:: April: 1BG5. Como to RI""J

Dale in R-|. . ,-' t. J ;' }Yojk; fwp-toy lUtnio on 11vlmUdml t l'i Mary A. Smith'' -Mddow of James simm(.O'' Nov., 1913:J, flop> Henry r,1AKE'S' YOU AND'SALIVATES( ,
i "' Smitli' C(). L. 2nd!! Fla. Cavly. (:in. Own m my homo there. Stopping .
Sila 1.1111'o.. 1ltilf1nf.( 111vcnue." CameW.
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J
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,0, 3pt q1 .
I Samuel,, \ IVUon- -r<>. K K 0, f.J (hl! to .KIIIMimm..e. 1906, from, 219! DakilAve.) .
nlilINI( l Felt at 1 1'lvminge.; I -
iKfiSJ ---- ---- -
( : / (JArty. r HiiliM; 'Cluvcluncl.! Oct. 1'301' \ (JuineM illo. Own my home on.Bryan Thrman: K. Mostley' -Co.? C. Jeff ,i
Came to Kisuimigep' Oct. Kill!/ I Prom.
I ('unii! (to J Kiwimnicp fall 1l1! !.;>. Stop-" mid Dillinvrhiiin,!: 1 Pn\is' Legion, Young's Brigade( "Dodson's Liver Tone": Starts Your[ Liver I-HIP tOil ijrht,. Your ilnipjrint" dealer,
Arkansas City, Knns r rmcr. Own i oil.. *0 rent I l.uirli, if |UOcl./-| ,
<
Mary A. Sears-widow of Dr.) Wil- MIHU.: Enlisted yon n > i
nor. \ith IClswjck, on I\uk St.: Own ll.ininoi'HOivalry) ) i i ..
home 'i'0'l:( : Sunnier St. I tar' I lour nuiliM, in\. mini 1II"" --
my 01,iy h'ome in Colh-vi, 0. Kirmorl; ; :, lium .J. SIIITK, who served,: as surgeonin '! hi\ e, I 18fi(j I. Pauloned April, I lSi5.!(; | v Better Thai! Calomel and You Don'tLose I.I"J, i U" ''imuitilrfill' t : i pi h. -;;,""'"".nful. tr lit
II..Lod> I Spt-iotu ('h. H. 101 N. Y. Jd.n Ifi-illey-('0. B. I 10th( Mich.iCitvly. Cn-orKiii/ Kt'gt. (Came to KissimmeeAUR. (fame t I Volts unlisted: at Syrnouw! Jan. IKfiJ:!; ; 1'nlihled K lj\nissoo! ', :March, 181,0, front EllavilleGa.. Own I Five brolhclR! In \iur; all Jena'j a Cay's Work dr.se <;( nu>tollniiicl, I fwd l lliaL it V'n't I

Cama) to KIsHimmou 'March] V.M'l! : 1 loli} < ";, Own my home Dumont, Iowa.'!j my hones on Main St.I]\ 'SOI\ represents .'ut." ., .'... 111.tkl* yeti rick.' ;! ;i
from Vim'land, N.,.1. Pllrl11 Own Liven "l') )yourImgish/ ; liver l .1. ,; Tirtu1 i" Mill/ liverimilu'iiK1.
< r. ISloppinp'\( at 102: I'ark'St. (Cam to this lii.,),tiic-t in'U. S.:CongreRs/ Fdmuiul II. Fennell-s-Cnpt. nil and'rtuv'Ifnl) make, '\'uiirvnik.\ aI'llMKlll" Iuntsotii,3vcr) / \
my home in .('arKoJI'K AdditioVi. 1 Ki"imnwe", January 11, llt!) ( from : iii/ahelli 11. Hall-widow of Joseph :M'mdling, Halalli l1. E'll it-toil. IKCi.liismjssod (; &. h,, Mj,;_"nnar.'aad| I'flljl >''f mill'ltion. : ;. . 'Snu'll Will! buns mate: it jicM feeling! nioiniligllllMIIM lllll',
William II. (;Jillin.ni<'0. ('. 1 115th; )liutler) ('0., Iowa. Painter.j l.T. Bull a soldier of Atkins' Brigade-/ I i :May, I Nbu. Camo to ){is- . Hut (I"!.,(. no" II.IK\| ,lallg"1: your I liver* you will In- Hoiking up| !lii-iiiliti'lin!,

I: 1'a. Inf. Enlisted. Erie, Ai?., I IHfi:!. j William (;loodrich--Co. I.I 2nd Wis.Cuvly. .' Came to KiHHimniee 1011 from Geor inunc'c' Fall I 180(1, from Alulwma. calomel ina.IIINV. liiviius'..lIII it t "V ni.iki'H Mnilv.I \ :iota- \ mill! mittyiues., .}'''mi", .xlr"n.irh.! n lil I Isx.et I.

I Iu Camp to Kiisiinmoe 1011! : from Sioux Knlisled in Pepin l Co., Nov. i' gia. Stopping| ut 20:1:{ Bryan Street i: (Own my home on Mabliottc\\ street. you I almrirl. i M m, (i>'>Miry or i City, )la., where. own my home. Lum-I IlKfii.J Own my home on ('arFlOri Avc'nnd Own my home, -Cordele, Ga. I Vdoniram Jiidson Holt-Co. A. !trd! ( callmn. IICCIIIKIS of tin- IMHH" ". Diuli.nii'H) 1 i\pr Tone i,< tniin'y,t i, \
: '.J' ber, oil, block und] R: K work. || 'I .) EJizlI het h. Came \\f K''flRi iinn Mary C. 1\lo..It.y-widow of Alex- La.I Cavly. Enlisted I Dec J RIi( :2. Alexandria Caloinrl ninlic. into hniir >uli') ikelynautitr I l.llill:. 1'110'//fiMtV' 'llillllllrMrt' awl eel; I, Milt, .
i at aii(. 'SIS.William. I il ; breaking" it>t ii I'. 'lluit't tuIuruvuu MlllV.lll'. (. ;ice it t tl'"l ('IllllliMIVIllllllllH
ping : I'alrUIf :
| ander M. Moseley! of-Young's Brigade. surrendered, under Genl. Kirby ,
I; Dec.) 1MO! from Lake City, :MinnI ( ; fed tlllit fllllUlII""I" .mul I ernu,1'itug.; : |11.| II 1C llr-lilj; .JI
:II. 1\lRlIh-o. K, 11' Stewart's Cavalry. ,Came to Kissimmeo Smith 1M;5. Clime to Kis- . liml .f dun,, , .1 IIto' I
I I'armor. I i I April, LIKI n to .UK-! If you nutit to enjoythe I ir TOfU 1 in) < "i'iini" cHli'v
III. Infy. Enlistod" Dec. 18U( at Pc.I : Jan. 1906 from Binnsvillo, 'simmeo, 1)11!) from Oklahoma wh..re"uilt niifKt, yn'IIIIt..t.Ij'r. and 1".1< l )',>llr 4lintBi; ''t will ,ill. yip' )' 11"t" J
11-:< 10WIUO'S) ,
,i' oria. Came to Kissimmoo Jan. 13, I Own my home' on Verona street. Miss.i j first church among the Indians. cleansing fu, ever I..ri.I..1: lust t Iakea I the mill- J\iUfjt'ld-Widow of Alfred harmless !Ju ..uu'l/ Liter entirely hcru.
1916. from Prophl'tl C. Mayfield, Co. II. !fith Wis. Cavly ,.
lith Dr.) Winn.; Lumhpr> coal, -
(Train and stock. Own my home in'', Came to KiRsimmeo Nov. HtOf), from -
Illinois. I :Mineral I'oinWis.\ Own my home
,
Henry HC'C'lrnan-\o. 11, r.l I O.) V. I. on Sumner St.\ No. 3. '

: Enlisted at Shelby Oct. 18(51.( Came Emily O. Tat man,-Wjdow of Geo. I

to Kissimrm-e l Sept., 1900/ !!, from B. Tutman. Co. A. fith Michll Heavy 6 6I

Blackatone Va. Farmin Own my Ally. Came to Kissimmee II..... 110a.i ..
I
home on Mitchell street. i from licnton{ \ llarlxir, :II i'h. Own my

Frank I 1ft Oaf In-Co. R. :aid Mass. I home on AderhoJd and hake .street.Margaret \ .

Inf. Enlisted; Bridgewater Sept. IKCU.; I : :M. \rmor--Widow of

Came to Kishimmce Dec., 1U4.! Farmer. Colonel 1 David Armor, 101 I'a. Vols.

Camo to Kissimmee I Dec. 1011, from Ft I I'I't t r

: Harrison HrouJhlon-Co n. N. Y. Washington'\ I n. C. Own my home
Mounted Rifles. Enlisted at RuflTulo, there. Transferred\ the P. O. here. //Just What Contractors Neeciln

1862. Came to Kissiinmee from Val Frances J. Van lIuzl'r-widow of A

paraiso. Carpenter. Own my homeon Thomas Van Dii7x, Co. S. 141 I'a. "' _. .... rrilrr, 't i'"YS Stock Made to Order
Mabbctto street. I Infy. Came to Kissimmee Fel! 1905.! ; ](+a war .v x".. M"., O. or

Matt. H'halzl.ln-Co. E. 5th N. Y from Newark Nebraska.! Own my / \
built the Panama Canal after failed. -J)
inefficiency
Inf. Enlisted New York Sept, 1K(>1. home S. Beaumont, 20!>. f/I
Si (oral sttvl of ull I kinds six'cialty-I-emus
,
The cfiuirnry tf the 1'anairu Canal double( the effeCtiveness rue H
Came to Kmsimmee I Nov., 1H1! I, from Mary C. Blan'hard--widow of MiloI. ; -
joldficld/ Nev. Mining Own homeon I.. Blanchard ('0. A. 12: O. V I. Cavly. of the I t'. S. Navy without adding a ship to it. It t'hauuels, angles, stays, bolls, etc. I

Verona street. Came. to Kissimmee :May 1M1!/ I, from took over Ni ' i miles out of the trip from New York to !I I

Stephen ChickCo. II. 14th Maine I'hillukl.hi., ... Own 'my home on Bermuda San Francivtt, t r'larrrccl' t.! highway between London ] I.inl\\iN'IIsiiivnrit'ty--n.ll,1 liircli, cedar, rliorry,

VOiR. Enlisted Shiipleitfh, <)<-t\. (, a\enue. and Austnili.i from ) Suez to I'.ui;ina. f I eyprm'.sillahOyanylilt pkoakandfhitpine.)

Came to Kissimmee AUK. 1M2! 11'1,1.1 Sarah Lofton Wplow, of John G. Efficiency insures against lo' t rvition it produces the utmost ,

Drury Bluff, Va. Farmer. Own Lofton ('0. 1 1.9: '2 III. Infy. Came to service out of equipment and ) kids the finest product; at -; The Merrill- Stevens Company

,, home here; Kissimmee from Carthago, :Mo. Own the least cost.
Kdxon l'iIUll'Y-Cu E. 2nd U. S. sh.1 my home in Carthage. Stopping at

Sh. Enlisted riymoijth, Vt, A Iig''. 2li( N. Beaumont. Good Service-Quick Delivery
1862. Came to KisMinmee in 1010! Flora E. Francis-Widow of Capt. Certain-teed

from Great Bend Kans. Farmer. David G.; Francis, Co. A. 1st\ Conn. ( 'onlpletelinesraVI'ielinsl(51k.licstluipled') : ) | '

Own my home on Sumner street. Infy. Came.0\ Kissimmee Dec. 25, l ls in.icliinc :shop in Southeast for special work .
Samuel W. Thornton-Co. C, 8th\ 1011 from Chicago. Own my homeon .

Iowa Inf. Enlisted Washington,. Ave., Emmett street.\ Roofingis A complete) force of uoikuicn ready for roadwork
1861. Came to Kissimmee Dec. 1910 Jennie R. Ix>well-Widow of DennisE. .
at all times. Particulars and ( not al ions( ,
from Kearney, Nebr. Own our home Lowell Co. F. 1st Me. Infy. Came [
on Verona street No. 114. to Kissimmee Oct. 1909, from Cuba. an efficiency product on short notice Wire, phone:",or Avrite! us.

i Edward LaLonde--Co. A. 18th Wis., I Had come from Minneapolis, Minn., to Every advantage that men, money and machinery can offer is used

Infy. Enlisted at Fon du Lac March,, Lake Co., Fla., in 1875. Went to Cuba to increase the production, maintain the quaiity and lower, the cost'. Merrill-Stevens
,862. Came to Kissimmee March,, in 1899. Own home here. Each of the General's enormous mills is advantageously\ locatedto Company

"910. Engineer, plumber, steam-fitter. Elizabeth n-khiIl-Widow of Lieut serve the ends of efficient manufacture and quick: distribution. 608 to 654 East Bay Street ;

Own my home, Alden St. Stephen B. Rockhill, Co.2nd O. Each is equipped with the most up-to-dati machinery. Raw Jacksonville Florida '"
*" Michael Co. materials are purchased in enormous quantities and far ahead of
W. Pendrrg-ast- A. 1st Heavy Arty. Came to Kissimmee-in a.
Vermont Car Enlisted at Bui ling. May, 1916, from Ohio. Own my homeon the needs of manufacturing, thus guarding against increasedcost '
ton 1863. Came to Kissimmee., Mabbette, 625. due to idle machinery. This also insures favorable buying, \' t"t

1915, from Concord, Minn.'. Farming. Emily C. Barrett-widow of Chas. and the pick: of the! market.. ," ','

Stopping: at. Westfall house. W. Barrett. Co. E; 2nd Mich." Infy. Expert chemists at each m'm'are employed to select and blend the

Ephriara P. Goldnit! -Co. C., 2nd N. Came to Kissimmee July, 1910, from asphalts and every roll of CERTAIN-TEED is made under

I Y. Cavly., Harris Light Arty. Enlist- Tower City, North- Dakota. -Own my their watchful: care.CERTAINTEED.
eel Aug. 1862. Came to Kissinunee home Verona Grown'To
on St.
resists the drying-out process so destructive Can Citrus be
Feb 1912. Live South Enough
, on end Clyde Sarah A. Cohoon-widow of Lewis
''i- to ordinary roofing, because the felt is thoroughly saturated with a
renue. H. Cohoon. Co. A. 19th Wis. Inly. blend of soft under the formula
a' asphalts, prepared of the General'sboard
Mark NorrU -Co. R, 6th Mich. Cav. Came to Kissimmee May, 1909 from
of expert chemists. It is then coated with a blend of harder Meet Demand Now -
Enlisted Grand Rapids Feb. 1865. Polk Co., Wis. Own my home here. asphalts which keeps the inner saturation soft. This makes a Developing
Came to Kissimmeo Jan. 1914, from Isabelle Modic-widow of GeorgeW.
the
roofing more pliable, and more impervious to elements than
1 :Michigan. Farmer. Modie,Co. A. 20th O. V. I. Cameto the harder: drier kind.CERTAINTEED The hugaboo of over-production in citrus
-.Clarle* N. Paver< -Co. E. 138 O. Kissimmee Oct. 190, from Chester- fruits fades when confronted the
is de in also in slate-surfaced away by strong
1 V. I. Enlisted Cincinnati, May 1864. ville, O. Own home here. m rolls shingles.
There is of CERTAIN- demand and good prices which are prevailingthis
ji Discharged Columbus 1865. Came toKlnimmee Lenora J. Cowger-widow of MiltonS. a type

f Oct. 1912. Own home 217 Cowger Co. K. 21 III. Inf., Grant'sReg't. TEED for every kind of building season.
:Mabbette. and .. Came to Kissimmee Dec with flat or pitched roofs, from the -
Book news stationery. the smallest Can there be enough citrus fruits grown to
.John A. Shafer-Co. E. 24 Ind Inf. 1910, from Rose Hill, 111. Own homeon largest sky-scraper: to
residence or out-building. supply the demand so rapidly developing? The
t Enlisted at Vincennes July, 1861. Brack St.
f Mastered at Galveston Nov., 1865. Mary Miller-Widow of David Miller CERTAIN-TEED is guaranteed forS work of organized growers is creating the buy

> Farming and stock raising. Own my Co. -,' 4th Mich Cavalry. Cameto 10 or 15 years according to ply ing impulse( in millions of homes.

? home in Pike county, Ind. Came to Kissimmee 1912 from Novihger, ((1, 2 or 3)). Experience proves that It believed! that in five or ten almost!!
I Kissimmee Feb., 1916, from, Pike Co., Mo. Living with my daughter on it lasts longer years ''
will i IMS continuous It. '
family a of these
"< Ind. Stopping at Westfall house. Bass St.EII..n General Roofing Manufacturing every user
Company
Ya; Horatio P. Smith-Co. B, 7th Ind F. W. J..IyC'rmore--widow of fruits. They will then]) l bp an! much u household
WorlJ'. L r,." MonaFodur.n ofRooMg and Baildina Papa 'I'
t\ Infy. Enlisted\ New Hamptcn, July, E. E. Livermore, 1st Lieut. in 85 N. 14.wV..kCa' Chlc..o Ploilad.lph' St Led. sCJ..1oM necessity, as! cereal] foods now are. r
,% 1861. Discharged Lewisville Ky., Y. and Chaplain of 5th N. Y. Cameto Pina_... Debut S. F'.DCbco Ciocio..ti ".w 0rIe...
I.e A_.... MoD.Ii. K.....Cite Ih" 1..II.poII. Consider the pmntity of citrmr fruits
Aug. 1864. Came \to Kissimmee Sept. \ Kissimmee 1909 from Lebanon Att.ata Richmond Ho..to. lAad. 3d.t ...
i' ., quired to fill demand) ) in the time of this! I't'f f
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of !supply Inking into account the limited,
urea j

J fY, \ "' : '- THREE SOLID STEEL TRAINS ,. in tthiell! !. good Ol'llllg1'\( \ and grapefruit can

a tt i-II1* t' ( DIXIE LIMITED THE SOUTHLAND DIXIE FLYER Ingrow' n! t
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m-I ( CHIC"-J 'i f mw I4 CUYElAND Lv Jacksonville- 9:35A.M. Lv Jacksonviil 8:20: P.M. L"Jackaon.itle 8:30PJvI. I If lliirkc\e, Xuiseries! believe in tln.. ,'itl'lI" industry. .-

"" ArTiflonAr 2:00P.M. Arlifton 12:35A.M. ArTifton 50A.M.: I 'J hey hi\e: gieater faith)\ it its! future
Ar Macon 4:2jAM.
5C8Pr.f.ArMltcon 3:53A.M. : .
1 ;Aaus Macon 7:4)A.M.sttAUn til'in ,ever. TIll'III't'. ;glowing: mole' tiees and ,
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6SIA.M.ArAtlanta
''N; Ar Atlanta 8:03*.: !. Ar Atlanta :
.a., \ 'i'It': :,', !)Y'n Ar Chat tanooga 1!.ISA.r.t! Arl'\>xvm.! tZ'21I'.M.ArCh"Iooa: 12:121'.M.: I belter. ti.M">. TIII.il'JIh ice H to plant' more .
,' N1vJ, 'r t0U111-I \ % r .Louisville 9.00P.M..: [ T-faetmvi"e:: [ : 4:45i'.M.:: -. : : CIII' 1'" hint' ".'.periull\; Etta \ :Il'idi..IIt'I'I'I'I'. ( :
EY."lI" "r't.! .. . Ar F- 'ianapollaAr 2 PO AM. Ar Mirtin 1l.il'.M.: : Honda,
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I'\AAT'N' ". '''N''TaI 00PM.: Ar.t.l.oui.! 7.C3: A.M. it i. sure( these. (';1111 \be grown to
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sASxvtu ArSt.Louia _; Cleveland 7:15A.M. Lvaasvilla: :.. ': 'HlHve-s.I I "I
\e\. 'oxv'wo T..rr..Haut" 12IJOP.M.StSSPM.. Ar Grand Rapids 2:00P.M. Ar're Haute I:.'- 1A.M.
'i ClLATT"NOO" Ar ChicagoSTCAM Ar Chirac-* 7:45 A.M. Chicago 13A.M.! Fuller I J details of t tit e Grove citrus trees do well': ...... ....

h S; I Buckeye product and the even when planted': late in '"x

J. r'TUNTA ATLANTIC COAST LINE : --.. 1? I Buckeye policy in our the pnng. Gel' started t
new catalog. FreeWrite now Clear your land and
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I, Gu.SL..4'9 Dining' Cars Car Obcervatwi.hmbrarJl'w!: rl77aH M. E. Gillett D. C. Gillett ,?

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'FRIDAY/MARCH 10, 1918 THE KISSIMMEE I : VALLEY GAZETTE ; PAGE '.

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'case, is about eight cents a head a day [be i1'a ration that will Mlp them the cases are the lesult of.the use of sickness. A little thought and work:

; The difference in favor of sorghum get fid of \\1.8\ aurplua hair. A bran infected water. Before the advent of I on keeping1 .a pure water supply may

Agricultural News NotesFURNISHED wall probably due to. .the seed, but. it ''I mash twice_ a week will start them to tho sanitary city water supplies? these !gave a large amount of unnecessary

.1. Is not! likely 't lI.t..the. small gainwould gliodding.SULPATE. were called diseases(:of .the city, but sickness and, prevent the accompanying *
BY UNIVERSITY1, FLORIDA justify the use "of sorghum i now they may be termed; diseases/ of (financial\ loss .

.r' COLLEGE QF AGRICULTURE '.vhere'the cane ,can be produced considerably OF AMMONIA the country and small towns depend
cheaper READILY, AVAILABLE ing upon! unsanitary! ,wellsfor their,j Girls and women in China Indulge i
I J i water.v .d., in cigarettes quite as freely as their
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I male relation.
NEW AGENTS"' PUSH CLUB WORK tein to produce cheap pork and the ammonia a' I
: PAUA C.KAS'S IMPROVES Sulfate of fa i becoming As general rule a'well receivesthe
protein 'It does contain is riot the I. ;NATIVE PASTURES more and more popular as 'a source of drainage ft oln a circle. with :.n di-

j_Marion, Putnam and Suwanee right kind'for growjng'pigs. It does ,-; nitrogen.. The nitrogen is in the ameter twice the' depth pf the well. .,.onhiirrA
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county boys?,are. showing considerable not contain sufficient mineral matterfor' '' Farmers*t ) who are looking for a forage form .of hmnionia) and 'consequentlyIs I For HI stance, if the well U 40( feet fi, rr '
interest in club work'' this year:' R. the body .re uirem..nts. It is excellent plant with which to Improve native > about as quickly available as nitrate deep/ it "'will' receive drainage from a

W. Blacklock, L. Cantrell, 'and O. W; for fattening hogs in the last pastures will find Para grass; of soda, It la also in\ ideal mechanical Buifuce clrclo SO feet I in diameter.

C swell, lespcctrve agents for the I stages.but even then some protein Buitttblci According to A. P. Spencer condition arid( ranks first This area should lie.kept clean. Do not w51V/A' .o<' r, Wa. '} .f
counties are) emphasizing the work. feed should be given. Farmcrs fertilizers place the well where barn
the yards
district agent for the University among important nitrogenous cesspools : .
These melt have been recently appointed should plan some legume rape!, rye of Florida Extension, Division, it is or surface clqsets will drain ,, 4 \1'carry aII
and are working under a disadvantage or other! pasture which will 'provide well adapted to improving native pastures Concerning the use of., ammonium! town Id it. See that the ground aroundis 1s'adlncandgland, I ffI
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for that 'reason Mr. Black-- mineral matter and piotein. Peanutsare which are subject to 'ov rflow. sulfate F M', East of. the University raised high enough J.o prevent Water aril havt'varlet boar tea tested that I I

+( ck has been at work only two weeks. also good. Thorfb crops should be Under such conditions it is perhaps of Florida College: l. Agriculture from standing around the pipeor adapted and kuoan In to our ho it

P;. L, Horrington, tcte agent for planted in succession so that pas the best forage plant. It.can be used mentions 'some precautions that stone work, as this easily becomes Molt slid eltlnata. /

ho <" corn club :work for the Univer- ture can be had all 1 the year: I for soiling or hay or it may be pas should be observed: I, 1 j polluted und seep down along the %% p eanlnewmaaeInn.edlate lie r

filff i of Florida, Extension Division! tured. If it is to be used for pasture, '1. Never mix the sulfate wijh' alkali "pipe or through the wall A into the geaaolnthlo'Heal of all crop !

\'Isit.d.: schools in the foregoing" coun- 'IAST COAST WANTS LIVESTOCK' animals should graze on it continuously fertilizers. such as lime wood- I water. If the well is shallow, there \Is i, t eyed, j j

ties last" week and lectured to .club .to keep the stems from becoming ashes" or basic .flag because the am- 1 quite as much danger of infection J "I.JI.\: I'WI'II fMpddlaaa
members patents, !and teachers on the j I The East Const is talking live- woody. monia will be set flee by the reactions I ifiom polluted 1 water seeping throughthe 1 -I'arlr' IC'...Iledhotills. 4 I :
work. luanehcavfll sock. :Now!: folks will that soil to the water below from .. ..I ...p". )
Several new be I some Ray I K, A. Conkhn who has. charge; of that take plan: and I will escape -I as t Ito.
undertaken this year Heretofore I talk doesn't mean much. Well per the agricultural development of the | into the an'. 2. A long! continuous surface: drain_.ge. The drilled Well is "''I'I''': '"'I"I'It
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corn clubs have received almost ox- I hups it doesn't when new railroads, 1 Pellsmcie' Farms" Company planted ous of sulfate of ammonia will : probably, the easiest to protect, but : I c.'ltnl.I'nlt'I'1i \ 4c

rlus \'c attention Pig, poultry, baby political platforms and other things Para grass; three years ago.; He cut make. the soil acid. Farmers who the old fashioned dug well when \ a-and; lalltgh 11- Muutil two /,
beef and potato clubs. will he fostered i"l'(' the subject. But whenever a I the jriass and disked it in. Now the ,I are using; this material extensivelyover carefully located and closely watched- C"UJ' "

hereafter Net year the corn club I (community)" or a section begins" to talk i improved pasture III -at' least 100 'per- i a period of years should make can be kept clean.Remember feed Cum Mlllett .'

boys will he in a better position to i 1 1 livestock, that community or !section I cent better than .the native. pasture acid tests fiequently Lime !shouldbe 1: that it Is infection with I a-"rJC"m.w..d.; Natal,Irao'rn' Clr"R"r-. @ ,

raise pigs, since many prices of pigswill will go (into the livestock husiness.j over the fence. Mr. Conklin has beengruing need l when the' test. .shows an injurious harmful' diseasegerms that causes Ithodee, (traaa: .I'
be given this year They turihot help it.' The horses, mules and cows on amount of 'a'id. Since nitrate the trouble. Use special precautions 1 1'hrfnY.Kalrlr Corn.'owpons Vet1 ..

eonsideiubly before. the smoke ap-I'! the grass of soda corrects acidity; a mixture of '' when there is sickness in the family.Ilispose vet and Hoana I.owh.d, tTplol1d Sued

PIGS; OFFERED IN EVERY I peal's. I j'II the two 'is recommended\ to furnish of the sewage in such way I Hlc", ; 'i
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A. I'. distijit for' call for that it cannot possibly find its
cons ct.rn corsnn Spencer, agent \\OKK ANIMALS:' : { nitrogen when conditions a way TflMATIII I".A' T
I the University of Florida Extension | SHOULD BE CUPPEDWork (quickly) available fertilizer, to any well or flowing strenm Thereis ..It ,IjiitKton the VmittnmmJohn llrautyn
One pure-bred Ouroc-Jersey pig Division reports that .the whole Hast '1. Amonium sulfate or' any other no way in which the members of II..Trll <
(!oasl is Interested l and l purticuluilj I nitrogenous fertilizer should he I supiplemenUd tn; community are more dependent -- i
will be given: as a prize in each county animals should be clipped in \\' <> lift for Iwe. i
thai bas a corn club this: )'ellr. L. IIRamsay the* balk lountiy, section of that le "pl'ingUR soon as danger of cold l with phosphoric acid and : upon each other than in controlling ..klirlcf> llHt An ;aa
//ion. Mm'I) of the lan l lin th" back ; potash 4. Ammonium sulfate gives Field I MeadTrain. ... -
Mid- I'notlr5 I
of the Mandi:lay Farm weather is over Otherwise they I1I'e i K >it and
country is well adapted to euttle ,lais- i ': best results in soils of medium elamp- Y S i'll. n Our d-
dlehurg, offers the PIRS, According toG i apt to take cold when stabled for the LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED itcrlptlv., Cal ii lnre '1
I L Herimgton/ dul agent for the ting a I large nolleA project is night with sweaty coats, Hoi es and ness Nitiatc! of soda is best in .x- se free, on r"1 II..HtAUHTMTSTPOUlTIITFltO. \ r
University of Florida Extension Di) 'IlInd"I' "way went; of Foil fierce to develop mules with long hair sweat piofuseIv t"'I:1" I, tl*,111]J' Ol" dy I ,O Is: ;.. All I "Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my "
: :'iO.000 stock Two ntshow tint shoul] j be husband of LaGrippe and )Fever after ; ,, I
vision, this is the biggest/ prize that a acre lange I on waim (iaj s. To put them in ('VK'l : ni It Makaro.ehen.l.r.
hUll been offered to corn dub 1"y1O. \.ns, ago/ the company t. hick owns, the : the viable with a thick wet coat of "ii..1| | I eailv in plant groath. For the doctor's medicine and other remedies
Eruct employed a man to expctiment'' ,K"-: ( lesult- apjily at planting time. failed." ..
Some of the. railroads/ have given hail has about the same effect as : I .A.MARTIN' SEED CO'1
to raise cattle nn a coininc mal .sraleThc'trect I G. Nii: i' lit umiiK muni. sulfate come j LULA C. ROACH Drifton, Fla. ?; .
pri/cs in counties in which they ovv'i' stabhpg than in a wet blanket ? Their I jAC SONVILLrFLO lp*. i-
with artesian, ..ll1ta"tilh seed 1 because it Sold by Osceola -50. yn\ i.1
: is supplied in ilnett ( Pharmacy,
property, mid, I at her institutions haoff..n.d \' skin is open they soon lose the heat I I .1
lotal prizes which will /amountto ;I" ttalcr: and us soon Ms the drainage, / of *.cork and ate apt to take cold..at ,; ill ,injmi,! their'! power of 1r"l'millll- --- ,- . i
diiifil i is pioiect.<-d ,it will, be ,relieved] l of t ,ion. '."
'' than the v line of the pig/{ fora 1 I night/
.r, g-h. (11"( its,'. but :Mi., R- msov's surplus. water i iI. Of course th<.v should) not be lipped I ----- '
offer i rot'I'i the whole slate if ('vcivcountv 'I Ibis, is not the only tiiut' that iscapable as long's there is danger/ of a old, (, l 1' \U1 '1IIK; 1'.\KMN : I\VORITE !
\ of development; into a cuttlelannfe \ .\1'Kit Si'\\\'l.\\ :
had a coin dub snap unless good( stables aie, had Every .
Mr: Rumse, ,v hi1-: /a small farm which Ihe-ie are niansimilai I uids I farmer who has several work ani- :

hi is dcvotiig pmebied" (Duroc, .I<;r. not wily on the (1st. coast lull all ,' mal" can afford to buy a clipping ma- \\'"Ieis, one of the most. important .' fRTI tIlERS 1

set v 'lit' Me his some of the Wst o\el the stale.IS'i'ATION ch",,,. Thev can U-> had for less than at?', ".Is in the spread of contagious ,1
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stock ,in the sUite and cannot' supplythe i te i dollars. In case' it is not advisable disease. )Di) K. H Flint of the University I
demand for immals A numberof COM: IM.F.TFS 01 possible to clip animals. II. G of Florida says two of the DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE

I litters, have- been engaged/ before ITS SIK.\K; TEST I (lavton, assistant animal industrialist I I most dreaded diseases, typhoid anddy"el1tary DIFFERENT KINDS OF g

thev were old enough/ to wean He I I to the University of Florida Experiment i- are caused chiefly. by polluted -
has recently leased more land and, 1 It is false economy to !stare cattle Station recommends that they water Probably 75 per cent of FERTILIZERSWhile

purchased t mote hn..dillgunim"l... to through, / any period of the year It the basic elements are the same the ,
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develop th<' business. Costs mote, to get them over the effects I i amounts of the ingredients! .

--- of starvation than it does to FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE

NOT MF< H DRM1ND: : FORTnouin I keep them in good flesh during the I MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS. .
of scarce feed. Dunne the
period :
is sorriiThe winter from Iecember! ) to :Muihtheie .

lamwoith\ is one of the best : is iilwavs a shortage pasture 'I, Does Nature Ever Go Wrong ? Each sack. (is marked to show the important f

in some sections of 'the stat-. Cattle'outrer elements. J
bacon hogs I It is especial! nelnptedto
producing bacon for t trade !- for food during that period and Special Formulas for All Florida Crops "
, expo 11 someears the loss is heavy. I It iniM l lie l Irrlievi'd l that t\n'\ does if we as'-nine' Write for Quotations.AGRICULTURAL ,
and it will mature as early as any .
I of the other \breeds,, of the same t> ]V'. ; .John 1\1. Scott, animal! industrialist j that tile nifUHs t>f iMMii lulling ])Liiifs :ni(1 incie.-i'-itiir! CHEMICALS.

It does not however, produce u fat I to th! UnnerMty Florida Kxpen and( KMoiinjoil fertility that Idle pl \'ides aie Mo .
meat Station began an experiment, INSECTICIDES. ;
I. car<'usK. A few farmers are starting rehtt'iett(I 'a' to be u-ple'-ft' t-Acept when gnat, e.tjicjne \-

,a \, with number Tamwoijths of peoplejhaNe.in' the enquiicd South, and, a.. relative December' value 8. 1013 of sorghum, to' determine and Japan the. :, ) is gone to in making these available; INDEPENDENT[ FERTILIZER[ COMPANY
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corning thsm Th'y1't.1' ..j.1U!\ j hoS$8aS; :: sec Ite 'lt;; ;t? ,v'nti:1Fiil'o\!: JACKSONVILLE: '' FLORIDA.I I
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E"I"! ill""' t I:.tunti : II \ i (11 t,( i "...n t 1 rilO' help:ng people to outfit homei. Come and tee. Oar prices are
,/ hat( tested (roan J ilium ,.s> a hop CJ ricl..t.
, feed ;aiul IrafOIl"d it "L''' )('),I i\i'. :
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John ;\1.' Scott innii.il; ,] iiiiln .t ti, ;i.ilisl, to .df &

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th tJnitclshy" of 1 hluriI! 1'vpriltlentStation :

carried, on a Ihif'ty-Iy! f..d-I TOOLS TOR ENGINEERS
il1/( experiment with! pigs ill .Ju".1

] 'III. Corn ,ilo'10 ltd! corn in van 9
No matter what kind of Engine have Gas Steam
1':6: ous contbiIlStinls with velvet beans an you ,
. were tried Q Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tool you f

The lot of hogs which received rJ : I need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc.,

I equal parts "of coi'n and. cracked velvet lr all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will .

beans made the cheapest gains. at : . -. '-' . .-. surprise you. nil store bas the reputation of handling only 't

o'/a cents "a pound. The best gain regardless -I .. ), hardware that is of superior quality and you will make BO mistake
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of cost was made by those ,, ,' in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock.

which reoeived three part of earn to j I
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') consumed 408 ponds of feed for every

\..... 1 100 pounds of gain. The most expen- PAINTERS FLORIDA ALMANAC Osceola Hardware Company
tt' ..-we feed was corn alone. It took "
645% pounds of feed to make 100

pounds of gain. E.O. PAINTER FERTZ. CO..JACKSONVILLE.FLA1.
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I TAKKS J 910'I DANDRUFF,
: 4"4444 4." 4444444444444444i Waffles. With Maple Sirup"I HAIR STOPS FALLING

j 3 A POPULAR DESIGN.' t i 3 A SPRING MODEL with'Two Oil".cupful Icni'pounfui' >* of flour of baking lifted powder twice ... ;,

-- Variety Und the HIIIIII' ?!' of Halt three egss.! one Save Your Haiti I tiet: a 25(>> cent bottle.'of '

: Jera.y Cloth !I. In the Lead Both I How( Pur Is Being displaced tableKpooiifu] (if buitor und two cup* D'underine right now-Also .' ,,

3 '.For Str.et Wear and- Sports f Cbc Spice by Satin Dands This S.aeon.r fuls of;..mllU.' Kent' (Ibe yolltssmootli; .toIIY' itchlni! / scalp;" I'
j ltl'the IlIitI. 11Ih, Ihl.s upoif tho
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., jircimrml flourVul|> lightly nnij) ;
OLD 'scaggy'tt
OfN"o fe I .. , quickly for otic" minute, add, the stlfTcnH Thin, brittle, colorleea and ;

,.< .whites. and drop; by th<> npoonful liuir ir mute evidence ofa neglected
BONES
II. 'Into?liented' ami. KixiiKcd' w'ulllo I roll II. scalp or danJruff-that awful scurf.
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RUBBER COPPER I .
There: la nothing.so destructive'. to", ...
TIRES BRASS \ one problem [a dHlly! more 'A Jabot From a Collar.Another .. the hair as dandruITi! :, U robs the half; "", .
tluUII tuaiiVhut Bliull' we liuve usefor the lint butch col1ai '
TUBES LEAD ., j Nit'ot only once but thri-o | ;of value H fa male U Into o jnbot .of-ila lustre, its strength and' its- very

ROPE SCRAP IRON i Thin\ will reipilru' "inn-nttiiiK nL nil. The life; eventually producing u feverishness -
u day dooa tin* KIUUU pUllnl.urlHU. *"
1 I 1 collar) "sh'iuld-1, I,e gathered or plaited, atI and itching elf thc scalp, wfii/k i
fniiilU'cx uie In a pi'i.Milliir rllt'11I1 to
I SEND IT TQ USW R01IT PROMPTLY I I tilt eatlnu/ anil iiiunncr of locikln 1 Ko
t Write For Pricelist i ( I pointed" cm'.s; tiinied directly .iiiuler-. to shrink, lo'ouen and diu-lhcnAJio
i slance. In one famil.v theri! In u 1 ",'uth. 'It| INI ili\ ..ill Imnx from ]Ih" front ;
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i'1! PMMULAR METALCO.VI II II I I fremn-nl 1I1'1''III'IIII\'f.| | \ "Jl" .p"t I'tiimt, '" | t.tI stock cull.'ir. Of coni's-e' u .mifll I hair faljs out fuht. A little

I |; cd pulnloe's und 1 brown ijnivy. '\ II I l 1 collar of lace or" .(Sice\ trimmed batiste tonight-noVany time-will surely

J M 657 E. "y J"CK.>ONVIUE.rL". I { fuliiiiy will not toUM'iite, anything/ I I Ii will\ till In tfiU, purpose' '' 10"111.! save your hair.

.j j brolli'd\ IlIt.at nnd rum up o'). "- i I (ic.II\ 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
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It i blllrt\ for cliul'M and steaks' .\. nun !!I'iue from any drug store. You

;\t, | family never lias K"III'. '. und Ktlll I Coffee'Charlotte Ruase.i surely can have beautiful hair nnd lots
I ,i Mi'terlals.: ( Ine-ipi.'irler-' \ of Rca! >
(,,: r '1"1' him e\ trjdcHsrrt u tiudtliiifj.' I tl-i.1 one-foiirlh (:npful,, of cold blittlcoffee. of it if you will just try a little pan.d..I'ine. .
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In It not poKsiliU', nnd nl.so ,
I .easy (hr-/oiirhs. ( cupful of (,ml i'offce Save your hair! Try it!
vary inon* vfeaUy our ,\ I
For Sale one cupful of licnvy cream, threefourlhs
: iiU'iiiisV Is not this just the time
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cupful of Kiiuiiiv; yolks of three4'iirs. :
I I. year t One 9-rooin House<< coolilnuthe! .old fauillii'ir: dishes. (wo tabhmpoonfiHs" of t.l1IlIr..; bidyfliiKers.
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I! 'must rice iil\\n\s I be used UH a < (>\ I Ior'II" I ,
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CtenslN.-nn\\ln, Saucepan. edK'x'iitr. ]
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One IIausc .
6-roojgj n basltt for. lusli .,'"'' rite ) .
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: One 5-room House Ij dim:? other" countrlcH ns" it I I IIlr'.II.-l'tllIl'. (.Tlatln. In cold t'
ineiit, witli Kpl-'ed grll' '. nnd . .
fee ten ''II 111111' ... i'araincll/c) ( lii'iifourths -
Small cash payment. It tLe liavi.s' of ,ii I 'men I ,ellier| us a "
udd Ilireefourths
cupftil of su 'ir. -
Balance like j .. or I'ilnf.Is': .
icnt. cupful of li.it i ullre and l"t
It not puHNilile to. HlKe Ihe piece >! .
s-'ind to dlssuhe.' Iteal: tin- ."'II.. ofITU'S
chili-K and inuli It in.nine other, ,
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FOR KENT add two lablespoiinfiils .rlI."r
r th.i a a.s the liiiciidin, ';': 1"11,1 It ,. until
\ and cniik In hot ofTcc mixture
G-rooni Furnished I he, *cas"iic.v| nli.sa;':i' or, < ntTs| ,, I'ITUthli, I kens.', Adi' the. : sonkeil KC!ill III ...

11 House 15 a Month I '..I with, ili'iN liij, jiiul, -,'n,1! \\_ when tll".I",1| , hl! | until\ lliivliire !....
toiirilo, : ,, ,, liNi'd; : ( of u brow ii sauce I IIhe fold In
Kills |I. thliken. (hen iTeain
,i Ask 'MRS. SUMMERS inullcr, of -Iiupn.; '' ni.iny/ <>!' us, no. vv'iii'pi'd'' ) '.1! 'ir Put In a mold I llue ,
III. 110. s.iiii, nvivaivliv;! \\ .iy' nf vi'' with l.idv. lingers and chill. Ihor,," bly.
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608 PENFIELO SIBCET, SOOTH K.SSIMUtE. I. .. I.. !."" : I d. li'IM.-ll., lii-tu| > II."I.

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I ""I\nT AS /I'll' \ I I'Mfc. .... "I''." 1.,." fill. ..n..j ""I ....,, Groceries Hay Grain arvd Feed

BREAD ,. ... II I,. .,. I.: " -t. .. I,. I,.. ,
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Ask for the BEST nil i i. I I" .11 .1 p.i I I", I 1..]1- i uc clJr.,.: 11.1",1 ""I .. 1 blai U .Mini, ) while i he kid,I wm-ied' "

Mllll.X, .. ll'all'l: ,IHIM 111. lillllol.s L'\f! il'nut : :, . I ..... iiillaii'd. nnd, culTcd, vvilli
=" 0 .I'" Ihill': \\ 111 '" J, r..r ::" Try L's Your Next Order For Feed
We make il. Every Grocer sells it imi-li | siiaM ."I..r. ., ihiN "It.,1., .. on
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BAKERY ... larii-ti" < .."''= C::=ob .!WiI:; :;;;! ru-.a ... _
: o. K. ,I Ilii' s'i|' MIL' ; s ,-.iu-1-i'ss, t'.illk' I 1111"! :tI\\ .,.' Li'1 101.,1..1, 1I" < I ,the Inl, rl'i'si inu-: ni.'lils, i'leiise ol> "- : -- :;:
.- -- .. .tlieii'ii Nailor vviih,' leiify crown, _ _
use u "skirtIrak.." i>..r I IhinU. all,( I i :: a __ _u_

E. A. NIEMEYER, I 1 44 4444 I.-: .If .I-h: | at., .lialf ! ' ''': I I.J n |1'1.' j pink, lose. .. .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .
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Mitchell; Street I 1"" t, .. III" ail nf tin- si4ji[ 'tiat!' - --
A CASE OF NERVES? : 1
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I. I iEvery .>.. '11111'),' ..,. ..tl. < |>uivi' fur 1C"* 11"' ON MOVFNG. ATLANTIC COAST LINESlantard I'

Mood IllSII'llll "f II ... !I. Crossness or Sense Hints to Make Bore
....- Railroad of the South
Inherent In Just Things? tYTT or im"re e van iTeate Somewhat Easier., '
wlii'h laU' am) lixiU. Just' as ,
., TTT T TVV V T TT'J poodle' moe rllit nnd It Is a
tlve, but In "I.h,. only n Klnulp et-': .,
% M. TILLER ..mllll. .\ \.,11I1HI"I olil., kll'iw.swlmt none In-used 1 Variety In cooklnc.. plan, Ic<> know how to 1 pnck things I II

I It. Is 1 to lime miss iln.ig-days dishes, neiv tlaiurs-theo will" movlui I !;. even Ih""olI0.1: = are I not Fast Tourist East

Real Estate Agency. ivlieii, 'from I No rising III'| of tin- HUH lu tlie lioii l. :0111 to begin at once to
move
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down of the' ,
Ih. sump eieryinortul
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% % newsiiers; | and boxen. Several
tliiiu,' seems to \:0'ruII;;, no ,
I' Realty bought and sold. mil tier how liaril one trl"lit) have i'4\ bo\es arc more pnictlcnl' than "New York and Special""Florida
\ A WATTEAU MODEL.A huje ""d.lllg1..11 sometimes!
Houses rented. tlu'iu jo I'I/hl./ For (lint matter. i>nculAvuys
I They nre not no hard to liandle I and West Indian Limited"
Taxes paid and Titles .verified does trylianlcr on xucli clays I .
Pretty Spring Bonnet Remini l'OIl"l'qu..ntlY receive' better'treut, .
I bun on the "ItII'Y I ; KO 'lucliy (oiics when ( I '
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for non-retidents. { "' ' Otrier D'y.. _.1'( ._, ..For the "snmc reason barrels\ nrc , Coa tJ..me "Florida Mail" ;
life flown, on smoothly amily hunlIonlon" \'l \ :', ;\; '. .
Fire Life and Accident Insurance. milan ts "lrIlPP'fl ml visa\\iloi 7.1, t han\, boxes fur ,.dishes I .."" ,, ,. I. "
I ;MoTh straw ; ; : C' ..,. I ". ..
}like '' grllll.r., IIW .t1!'.! II" !J.n'i'I. r' 11",1 ,,7. .1. .. ,;<.' k,' , HPalmetto Limited' .
", ...; 11"11 kIlO" ICI' I '"OIIlb (,. en.tf wldeH-luoj..vt'lyt't 1 'l'll"1 > & .!. t' rn;KMcj rJRfcg I I filjoi'eig'n j I. ,, :::::: I"4\<\..W'f ''

Indemnity Bo dj: 1AA. 'lTill.t \\' kJ('<.l HIITII fioll1I"'ffotI" k tu'n1buiic-li, !\j of, l.llt tl pilW!' }: '' pUI..ltl" < tn'" ; .>dUe' 'vl' | 's' mm't : t ...
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"iI :->-x-: I I I ',''. ot", n.li-rors fr, shipment' it Is .
illljx .....,, n . .<>.d plini to wrap and : STEEL SLEEPERS -:- DINING CARS
\\"ln. Is ,ilnsV' I IN rnisMioss ti cli, or .s.
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iliTi-il, slnli' i'f tin- inlnil i Itr mi .IT. :
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i '; '-:-:-: -:""': -:-:--:HX'X'.x--:- n'nclil. i "lulu Inn ..f tinnerves or I II ..
the sunna' % a -irlp lid iidds u> ; :See that your reservations. a re on one ofthese traina
: ;r: slnii'\|"' ,llnr., Hi i linn' nf mi lnipll< iililel Ii .. fruit
\ i siM'tiritv <>f the box "r(1"/ ::1:
l nt! mi'iiii limns. "rriisvi'ilni'ss, on thepnrt or slnnlir' nrlii'lis. I'.ooks sliuuld<1 .:. .). (;i. Kirkland A. W. Fritot
C. : nf tliinu'sIn, ci'iit-riil ? Anil If Ir
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GRIFFIN packed In small, slrontiboxes.. Of : I liYb'OIl' Passenger Agent. Division 1'asscnjfer Agent
he inn or nil "f these I Is there any waynf I .
I '- *' thevn> 'things/ are 1'1.,1,1. I' ::: Tampa Jucksonville
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overc'innlntr'
preventing( or I I III'J'I.: !y upon Iheir ilesllnatlon. .
Staple and FancyGROCERIES f'rosMiets.' IIU(> inii-t other eonilitlnnsof II ... ..... .. ... ...... .. .... .
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I Ii IniiiliMl In a vnn they require I :-:-:-:-: ; :-:-:-: >: : ;"' ; .o.; ;.c.
llfi'. Is the liii'i llnl.lo etTeet of a perfectly
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1lIlurnl: I <'a"..,'. clood: humor like Cor'' '
II assuming" nil responsibility
flue w"IIIII/'r. iinnot posKllily In .t for
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ever. If It could II,0111,1 Inevitablybororne I for .shipment the packing can I
an Intolerable' liore. BeliiKetcrnnlly I bo too cnrefully dune. Thin work

Free Delivery to all Part plennant, anil ntreellble Is nil <1 a I NO be KUiiranteed.. In case

of the City Hjrht theoretlenlly\ It 1 lit a terrible I j I, effects comprise more than one I

Blniln on the iiprresIt It Is essential I that the first one

.OOOOtoo oI Is drl'nJrnl1'l'lIrlnlt.. too. on other jron JuvaNIl.1IO. contain the carpets, the dining IDEAL
pe"P'p.'' I'ld yon ever hnve to live and kitchen equipment, for

__-== In the cnnie hoime with somebody! who massed In the \back. The effect' they are the last things needed) FERTILIZER

wns always ,plneld. always even tempered charming tllrltllh and a old house, they will be demand .

no mutter<<: who else was wor variation from the \banked, lilyh Brut In the ne>v. The Importance WILSON 1TOOHER

rled nml dlstrnniiht! ? And were you BlgUH.I 'or'CIIII.mnde. plans cannot be too FERTILIZER

Joe E. Johnston imPRnmetlmesseled with an unholy'; lily emphasized, \ nor can the advan '

veitrnlni: tn do ".lInrlhll,!: perfectlynwfiil I Millinery Jottings. ''' to be derived from securing the

and, tli-nilKh\ Unit you mIght for Hut tons Uine entered the realm and competent Rervlces. of a re

CITY ENGINEER one stnrt'e' Mint plneld' belnR ont of millinery)' and arc u"cd mi' Kpi>rts. moving concern.

his. or her miidileiilnir, linperturhlllty ? and l by this nn meant! rclij) .--

---- I bulliins used for faNteiilii); purposes.( Pencil and Notebook.

Surveying and Dates With Lemon Jelly. ; Hatpins. 100. 'In either pearl :I la n satisfaction and a very Use Ideal Fertilizers
Souk one li.ilf a IMIX of c'l or nli liel udd, an orn.iinental loin h 'I nliicutional value us well In be

DraftingInsurance i half cupful i>r cold wilier fui pbouttwenty many a hat' for sprlni, ; I nhle to record one's Impressions. li.v

iiiliniti-s l 1'1..1\1'| In two n'l,1 l lone Ostrich" novelties cflrotivoly. I /.( liuli'M ami sketches. und ti> show And Be of Results

I li.ilr. < npliilN' of boiling wilier niulinlil un ordinary InU Into one' of 1111 ", ,' UIIt.'" Ideas in ( lie same 111111111"1''ry Sjpre
=-== -==- === effiM't Iv CIICNN \\IIIL; Nhiped,; are .
one "cupful nf Mipar; and Hie' Julcoof 1 boy. even though he |"HIMHI-HMOM
I tvso lellhins. II'IIIII' mid Illllf fill IItnjilil of tlic-e ovtrii-h' novellli-s. \\ lili Ii talent whatever' for drawing" may For a quarter century Ideal Fertilizers

I nndel, on I Ice. When uliiuM lie bcii'l into aiidesired'. N|h.II") || O. for I 'to roughly, .sketc h an outline \\t he

linn drop. mi the dates. \\ hh! haveliccn <|iiill Is easily pei-Ninideil' to iiNsiiine I | "* )' ilcv'elops, a Himple sensetof have produced best crops with the biggest

I --1",1 nnd,, NinUcil \\lth blanched shnpior" piiNltionM.'inv ; I '" .. The noting,' ; of Interesting; profit. Today as heretofore we jive
I straw ornainenls ar<> used. often than once you
CHRSON fURIllER 11111),1". the reM of the Jelly til) !" r(>:"id o\er more
nil' flumi.M' nnd hill. Serve with the I'ill-Is, i rent: ions., nnd' I moM' .. ll\cs Ilieni In I he luemory\' and, Is the best combinations of plant food possible.

,\ \\ llipieil| cl ell 'III. I 1"1',' furined, ot the modish. shiny pracllce' ,. In expression, If one tries

-- --- Appliiies| | nf Irtni are must '" lo set, forth these iiotox Right Sources

,, | Paris, Sausage. n'nd nil the small, \beiTles arc to be, I and, torrecjly. Try II.I ..

I i One IMHIIH, nl "'1111.1'1.| half: a poundInn as vv'ell' as Hie larger/ fruits (jtille I -' ---- ---- I Perfect Blends
or 1 tireiid. \ llliiisiuil/ are the flowers ,that' are "
U I ill. 'lour oiuii-es" of Mint Sauce.
that Insures; { iruniliN. one ouni' e of Bait. 11 quarter, ofi In prof; n-Ion. and after, a period I all the leaven from" a Inrpe mint Right Proportions

i an oiinee of incited, onion (lowers v\ere mil( considered. smart "
one
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pepper' : and 'mince. ns line as poHHlhle.'
Protection that Protects ; mix up well, add the seasoning; and the llnd that tho designers hnve turned ,' In a large "bovVI withx\ table- Write for new catalogue nnd price list. We can ..

hreiulrrumliH. add. hair of wutl'r.IIIh more heautlful and original .
n pint of un car.: three-fourths of a "Beat the Market" prices.
well, till Into HUns. He up In than have ever heeu Been betore.I of vinegar one-half pint of cold

It.tulhll of two and a half Inches, and tableBpoonful of salt.
,,' {I Shrimp Salad.i one Wilson &Toomer Fertilizer Co.
('IJJlhu: nl'out twelve to the pound; thoroughly with a wooden
t .. .. ..
| Chop shrimp! with celery. If : .
then maLe a' hrlne with one quart of bottle
then In a large '
place
nnd udd n little onion. Place In a : Manufacturers off Ideal Fertilizers 'ffI i'
; DAKIN AVENUE water one pound of salt, a quarter of i : tightly; shake the bottle always
an ounce of aaltM't..r., boll together duih and IMJUT over It mayonnaise

FLORIDA and pour Into a bowl; when cold, color very thin and garnish with sliced using.of "ap Jacksonville Florida ,
K1SSIMMEE the ordinary plebeian
\ with ,I'ochlnenl and put the aausagesiin: eRKB allred lemon beets and' sauce" the addition of mint turns ... ',\
for one hour: take out and dry them in top. It may be served<< on' ,
a blfhly tempting deasert.: l
the air, then cook In toe usual way. 1 learea U preferred.
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4j_ pIuIuuIIISIIslIuI ARTJCLK i. rcald.nce> of Ida May D"I. ( May .n.we. to tho contestant' In. p"" . Tho nainu ur this corporation shall lioltc I CioiKlu Ielt. lDdth Him- ".s.ucJi ..r\.le must bo nt flaige Twi-ulv-Boveu 4 ISast; .as follows.ITeclnot .
I ho /""JiV1Ranch Comimny: Its'prin. mona, William Helnnrd SlmnionBSol.: the said contestant's written '..cknow1.OlIRlhiliiI "t'lii-ni' i South along 4he K7 ''In., dlvldlnir No.1. KI".lml.- IB.
Legal 'f cipal. ofTloii fend plaen of bualni'sa .hll onion lOlljali BliniiionA. Mary VlrftTlnltiKfnkinons \t, ii: III. the elI of Klsslmnieu Paulino ICM'abotli' Kltnnion. howinK; tho data of iICl'MCCllt( .' its theiilldult Twmty-sevj;n 421 ) to (ho South-wr-st Itmporloin, 12mlI Mach .. '
County. In State of "Florida and lIe uiid l nonI rt' iiotid(-nts hovel ( 1 uf tilt person Jxy whom t. corner; of Ti)xx nalilp T>vi>nt>'-llvu JIB*) i'reclnct No. 2. hlnKI. CrikF If.:
: Advertisements iI i- lilaco. of business .hnJ bo COIIIIIICtiiMi'I'ltee :, :I eAd'rS11 unknown ; :lint thty tImover :* d'I\.r)' 'a. "al. ma I.I i when ] Houthlianice Knst; Tynor.. W. t). Hri nnon. ,I 1. 1". TI.on
: 'In th. of l"lurldl. or 1( of txvinty-on years; and \ the copv dvltvercili: *f mado '('lifiua. Mast to.W.IJ(7)I earnerof h''lwulor. and I. C. tlroimon. '
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In other KtaU-s and .. l by ri'UiHteri! il luau IlluOtof Htu-li To\v'iish.i| ,
"ounlrl. t.rOUkl that th"" Is no ono within the Htatoat : ( serv- .r..ty.nv. Huutll, .1.r.ch.. No Clmpbel Stacun-
- IMIIHII 1 I'llllllll 1+ oiher off lens, b.neh...;. 1.'cl 1 ,]r u'ld 'lifttvrvifa\ of Subpoena ice IIUIHI roiiHlHt, of ( ho affidavit; of the ltaniri> ' '.' ven 1i; Tlnnrn I. O'.lr'.f. 3 Lnier. It J

i .1 :\\'u. as may nee"... o coo. upon would. bind said. Hvupondfrnts 1"1'"'' byhoiii tlm' copy I was innlluilstallfi Huutheasterly' tolowh'l the County Urown jiispvctors. and : A .
!. .ClrcBlit Ceisir far f... .tterestk JudU 1Vt ; < when nnil' UK- p'mllofl.! to Iln... In Ihv '|>.. of Town < ; 1
' tlml Hit-Kit: at I be Blaie elKlorlds 'AlTil11 I. It ;In. therefor Orderml that, .alv-'ii" (27.orn.' Ranttl'21l 1'' .;Vlnct; No. \\'hltl" -A. K. us
!. smd lor -Osrrols. The of the Illf'n".1' : bo "and tlity be-ri-by arri'qulrid muKt h Bi'ooniinriiti'd by tho Twenly-nlni ) Kast. "Ull IJnstalonit ). IV. Unas niul lJ.. (lodxvln In..elor.
Cuuuty. .Ir ILII(4II1'ft-R to he yi t' 'liixxnalilp iio; dlvldlna: and. J. H. HAI".I" Ih'rk.
IN CHA.N: .ICHV I Com puny I. as Ir"nHIClt'd Illeil In said cauH oil or beforMondiiy ultuuld! state In your answer the l'OWiisliI lii, I'teolnct No. 7. Ja."I g..r-\V. H.
i. lo breed raise, 'Import. expoit. deal Aid tiny April 1910 1 fill'n" of the |iokt, oirici' to whtrh'oudesire I \<' )'- .:"& ,'lw..I"M"(2 ;, .a/d,, Underbill. :K. J 1).11.v., II. "'elk.r.
...... .Klerlda lumlier Company, i il'le ,I I In est!. Ic. .Shell. Inn HI.a. bouji.. and doiniestlo ntlifrwlno'hrh I tf: of said Kill future notice* .. bo Hvnt .I TlnineXiiullieaitirli y followliiM. 'h.' liiHiKC'lvrB! 'L tinllr.. clerk.1'ixclnct .
4 >rislsi Cors. >or.tlwn.. CumplttlusiuttMsrr a.nlinals and livestock of all x\lll Im inktii an ". ( .by said KospondontH you> NV'hiil.'iiiand! Ho in In.in Imundniles of No 9, ;:-tl. W. Ker'tic '
- .:.. kInds and to carry un a ni-nei-al live- S < noiiTwvia.. KiHCiWn Count y to the .' point where I U, II Jerry Inspectors. ,
X>. WsrlMiir xlsKle woman, It, Block Mimingand auTlculluiol! ( tiustnriiK I |- II In (II,1, lt.r ordered H hut thla order ., K'FKlnli, I'It Cnuiilv I lni( > (ion",'<-g wllIh.I Hanure and .U. IJ. 'Wrii( cfi-rk
1*. AVsrlssr, Urkle .raiment CumpasiTt l It. pulillHlii-d 01101il ,.U for vluht Imlo: of first publication 1-Vbruary :Iliii-' 1-'t 9I(1 ." 9-four (34) rrccln Nu.1.\ 1"ulfhoRn'V..
To piodlice purchase, sell and 26. unite, anil : :. ; .
sj KlorftdM. orporatloM. Me deal COflIticUtlyli WfCkH In tho KlBBliiinuoValli Thlrly-llvu ( .rrl1.: I Northalonu CI"fl'I. 1. f. IRn\o"k. Suil.va"
....d..... .. I In all I I produeis of tinfaim, and "Iii I t'y. .\. n'ettf," a wveUly ''W'III'I i." 4 of second iiubllcntlon. March a'i Kali l-iinui' Iml.t of !><.- .'. ... / Ilto.cLrk,
nnd all I I nil ICIC.. roods old nn:"xlmii.llHiiioduoed. .- I Btild Coiintv IIIK! o RI-II- I I 91 ttlntiliiK : Hlhl.I..I. .' ": K. U LI "I I
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NOT I CIO (ii.. NAI.I'J prepured or menu(arrtiriiilTo 11 1'u1nllol I In said County y. I'ato of thud publication. Match 14 I I Ini'ludi'I I /I I I 1 Attest h.lroan.
fI All WHOM( I'r JltA Y CON<'KHNVUTIOM I'IiIll "'I'h i'li'd Ucla %' JIIIW. "'. 11! ( I nil m hi., ( lilt' C."li.lonlr..l.IHU.I., l J. I... OYEltITnmk.?;::
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J8 IIKHKIIV ill VI.N -iliatindelMlKned ; e.inj' on the 'luiHlni-ss of \\hiib-- I..IIIH.| Jiiditi- 10/ur"hl. ," I ,1.' .if fouttll Imbll'ul'I. 1a"'h i .iii.. .d I' lvi. (5)) as now r<'.11., .- t. I 1'2.61 -
us bl-uc-lal Manli-r In siib l and. r..t.1 il.ali-in I In. meiit aildIII. icxeiilli Judicial CtKiilt nf the IT. 111!' I .ITh.'.' of.I In- Clink of the 'C"'II" "
uncvry( hirctofoie mipulntt' d -Iii thin .'Ill"-pi' ..1".11. and to ", ',,I.. In ciniinollon Slatiof 1.1"1111 and nixliaml an Oli-i.1 IcI I In ii lId for Oare-tl.i '..unt Ida -The ; spring'crops at '
<.ause. HI:tinV uliUi l I' mill hy vlitue ..r'' I I i ..,I I h i'I I" u"hi..i. IKIUMHH, I.h..f. "f.ll.I' Honl of saidCouit >llili'! '1'1 ( ltiiil j'llM ileti I .i.iiiliii.I _v-litthur 01 not suLd. ti-c,h"j act tin. I'Mnul UerriM' I hi'te in elituiid *.,;li Ih..1 fcinrl I, vaids II 1 sI ock. l'I"'h"K, this I.dn "" xA U. S - -' "! $' ..hl'l I| be oiiHt It lit. I Into I a Sp.-c I Cork Acmluniy not be a* large /*.,
Junuuiy, A. \ I I'jio. alxo I It tun nufarl i tinnil .r rl".1 191 1' I In < ' .Hulur. Mate Itoad' Hii.ltff' | | .>4' 'niul, wl
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on h'1/'rtll'i/ lo lnv. 'In;, Apt;'III// A. IJ. )\\lf and f..1 i |1".lu.I.. nnd ruts anil 11"11)i .'. r.. ovr.KSTHKKT] if I'lorlilu. OMoenlil ('uunO.In .. ill, 111 : .::: .;mill:;: iil'iljiIM :' I..I; this )year as in past seasons. 1

Iuinthu 3rd ttii: l I' IiI IIUUIH ..1, sat.uliii. h"/M"/ I ll', 'pbintM. (1..II1 I .'tIIieC. .1 .Tirroll. t :.1n for nnlnt I'ubllruttlon.. anil; xxlll I) I fdllllr; I: rl fitoilen a,: r: faelorl.ind i '.1..1..1 for ComplalunJitH I G .b.1 To .\1 ('I'.ititoVit. I.. ,4ltl! "'H, l'l.t'lh"- ,,in ) di"o'i 1 1 Ipdon of t ho roads aiid "
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Hill. at Public Auitlun. lu 111.blKli.. MI : all, biilldinttH in, 'd. ; fin ITo IIIMdti"t 1'-.. and .Ml Po'HditH 1'1'111' 1"1", .iniulgi'i.' In I be ,'u/.I'u'I"'I. the) ,'.Unu.-I I Qulnll
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mid I. Hi blil-l.-r rm. i-imli) nl said llni, hIMI. OK ft lII'l'Itl 1.n,11, I'O-il ,
in flout of tin* t'oiiit I llniiH. i I...."., III'he I Mo "i'/ul'/ I j''N'hl'' -. ., lit It'-rw lee OlUI : You. nl.1 inch of )'n. u h. . bv f \\ h'i'h' I'll 'OiI'il I for .1"" noitHlrui'tliin i ofHiiiin I IiKUMoenNINUIabctterlhanordlnsrOulin'ne > -
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I II moilknu' .4.1..1 ibilniH 1 1oltli rltiteinil head. Kenicmber the lull namsami"ok .
I hu following I tliKiilbid I IKI. IIIMIibt| ( of. ( nulland and iti-tititil xxlilili Jon ol II
.IL |>ionij.| .dial I I In ic-.il iHlatiur other 1"0'1)'. .. ... .f I'lorl.ln In and forcrm'oiilu !, i nf x ii:.1. iniihnx: ,' niffnliiHt Ilio Hiitl-in< lond and 1-'itiuhYiiati Itnoix c '111"1 tor, the slKualtirc. of U. W. OKOVK. M. . \
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I( as do "" jiH'Other n* lHI ;; mill'. .iHiKueiK.i of 'H.I.
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.ml thlnuH, and Ii iKi-telH*'. iinx and "'NI ., I >. I IthlV I, I I Iwo 'tIVM ftom' the 1..11" 'n''I'
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band f urine. I aiitoniatii I\' i>iiiiii Ii for 1"i.ni-iH' ,, p'rH..1. xi.M mi\.hll I tin 1"'Hll"11 I I and ?!" ti'i'; in- ii.oiiniusi. ..:... I 11 Hllill I .1..r""ea.I. ro.id i.x""olnu I finm I the 1 A t- W W. CARSON
dry kllli 1 old form2": lire lu< the Ti\ > neuter Kh.1 not, I I. Jl ".11. < 'ill> vn I II I further orcL.r. 'hil thin ". 'd. I Iln'l CoiiKt ,l Halr"e I I I lo Heedx- DR ,
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I IS-In ,be publlHhid wii'k C" gut '
2 mpnrnloiB I tear' Pleasant ,
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In. H.iuMinore; 1..1; l h(' the .I" I the buslirenrtof Uazetto. n newspapi' r ubli8hed "Ow1.... I tin- road i fniin l' ,'nit net I I on S "
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ft. I4' In. Hanaiiliire, Kuliln r 1,1.I the Company' until the olTloeiH. u hi. Not als'en In said county and atate. wbnt IB kinixnn HH the Office over Pilley Bulldins
Kllliber '' ii. Hint I. W XV, Chandler.IB This I February llith. A. n ldltCircuit lom""I"RI.r"Rd."H'
6 In SilKilllioie be i lei'tt-d at tin fist lectionof :: : : : i si I hum I IIl '
rl. 4 SUKMIIIOIU Huhl..r Itch .hll..." of sold company" qua.). .VdmlnlHttator of the Kntnte of ( J. L.. ( >VitSTItli3T.Court I i.miHt, VU('I I ro.t n iz I Irll'no.I Office HoursS: -11, 1-4 .
3ff ft 3 Iii.: SiiKanionKubb..r Helt .I lli."dJohn, Mh.1 Hhn rink M. Chandler. deci'naedlll.. Hi-iil) Clerk CI.ul Court.JIy hrl.I'I1o." ill I' g loadM I Rle"""Hro'h.1. Office 'Phone Its Residence 'Phone II

410 fl. I 18 III. Hajtanion, Hubl.r I I Purlin, Presld.nlHIIII I. m. .I. 17th dav of March, A. I. 1916. James M .. lArldu-os slinll bo oonatructed. 'h.r. reiiiiiied I Gas Admlnl.l..d for Extraction of .
. Khaxlllir, H.- 1 : : : : ) to the T. M IH-putj' Clark. Teeth
I Sheet) Iron ry (J .1 'lI rtln. -.I'.II..It lonol'lbl. 1Irl.hy. of I lion cement or wood or
U"I.; 4 ft 6 In. Saitamore ItuUberiVtft.1i Pat Johnston 1'r"llur< ('l.UiIly l JudKU \ said KBWIfl O'lJllYAN AND oil Ii-l- wt ,,1 of said. mnterlalaThe .
j."rc'lary nt his office In Klsslmmee In saidCountv.
fl ; aideIt of MILTON. .PMSIMSEK.Solicitors B-ild ii moods and brIdges
;! : 1 In., li.iner'l ..lVr'l/l'rV1,1: I Inn a director.M.ld, Ihrut. .persons. "h.1, at' IV o'clock A. M., or as soon l for Complainant., g-8t are within "ropo.the Urrltorhereinbefore '

4 In. lather, ..J"llti.; 13' r I h\\".' ;', Such dlr..torl; nld .fRcpr. : elicit lielictiil Iercafter as the matter can be h'ar., described., i r 'I' '
iP..d ( '1 TUIHilayjln for authority to sell, at public Im (' ('oi.rtMmte of Florlds, Xcv. ; i heTtI t!
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\ vn te tHlIll't lh. following described realetitnl EO. F. PARKER
i" ft,4 : Judicial t IrcuIlOsrroIstt,
v.lanuary.i' of* euchS"nln I ,
1 10'' ban made
1.1.I'.on'I'ft.t'4.CO ... .lla.hl"I" af 1415 In i aiHd, Countyn, lo-w It4t' < I*- ,I.\\'d ', .. inusty"'"" 't4it'9, t1'niflI2q
(i'..r.I.ltc Kit In L Ih y"r"191 1 1 Nitth-i-iist Qiiartrr4 oft. the'tRoul1i: ; n ly9thc9 liBiieOnnd, 'salouof,ihonda oft I MB IATTORN E Y;AT-LA wr .

Jar' leatherr. Jubb.rll.'I.' Th. saul .corporation: G'_ adept? raw. "'"I 1 lart.r' of Section rUITownltr. *,"iiz 1.-fllA.X In "'Lle.'J." l l Hoar"nl lueiriiree 2Bi.0il nistrlctJ said !*ii* iaaaft-mi"9"\ /, s

2$ llnnd : I s'l 3 }1. loss N. K lelle'M.llralneril tlo "'"* > Collection. and I Conveyance* -
wlrinir system : R"vl nplAfoprlate" HI al. and u.luIy- .. Helen 1..1..1. .ne l.otlH J--. lie an follows: I.
shaft : 2 to : I trlu.- 1.01 : .. the / oulh-.n.i corner, containing 37 acres .
rounter S r government' .. Ten .Thou .. ( $ I OlIli < .) dolbirs I
BO glue' 4 Stlllsoil I '1p. I fills" Milt Illl. '., '' ItH ItttlclCMI more 01 IvsiiNVhloh YS.D. :. '.'t.t.; i"x fi, i .,p.'r' 'id of Tw ontxflv, Specialtiea
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S t .cth fur 1l' i. K<-,i" }blank bltts I foi II nil Infill ,. nil' that Inixiiutid I t". I. ... 1..lnl.: off A.lollilndeM ItuMe.Tn I ... _
No 33tl'I VM I f..cd 1..xir for npB Hlllll:,. fill, till tin I-li.Nl'M Ih"'I") I ) "IVfiriHHid You nnd eaoli of xou, are hert'bv
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nut f.'i'il" roll. 1 ii lIZ nnlHheil I sti'ilknlviH nnd ". tbiii f n.i. lnd' xoluntUry, "dnl" ni CredltoiH. 1.itI'- nistrlbuti Iluln., a hit required to proaent. an) 1 Citizen Bank
fur. No Sit 1 P M 4knlviK ] .1..1 iiilil, all IVrnoMH In\nu Claims and whl'h VI". Building

; 6 knlv. 1 pr 12 blft I rll- \ITNI'; : my hand and ofTlrlal aialat or I 1'm.nd. AnraliiBt I ..10 1'Hln1' : I h'r of ,' d'mloe.. ,'"' nifnliiBt the Klsalrnmee.
bert 1' IK. beads No. 33.1 I .& M.: KI.HI"'.... iHiiola Ciinnlx'. J loi_. You .1.h of you nr.. ".Jivnotified i stale of rtiortt'. ). 'nl"nll. dereasidlate FIe
1 box I liiBirted BIIXX lei.t h ; I i in borundum Ida on I thin Itlo 2ih dav of "',.hrul1r I artil required I to pri sent ally \>r Oseeola Coimtx 1"lnrle". to thounderslKiieil
stones Ic4 In. ; 1 '..1. Meter A' ) 1916 i I I ,'IIlm.I nnd dimnndsvhlch \ on. or Ad mlnlHt, rat said
; 1 6 II. 'P.! Motor 1 I' ( N.I P s.-al) fl P riMlllirTTNotnrv . idler of you. may have agaInst thoiBtate I'Btatexlthln two >'ears from the date
Moior ; Itepiird from rloofA Public "H.I.. of Florida' of AlolblHdes ItoBo. deconRod hOr.of.nl.d.
C,,. : 2 new Holer. h fr.mta. forbollers M >' 'nminiftslnn explns AUK 7. 1917. Into of Osceola CountMnrlda.. to the January 2Plh. A. n .,,6 .
: lot liI... from t'lermont Johnston & tlrr.ll imnlerslrnel Kxeciilrlx of mild estate. AI.M T 10H11S0N.- J. W. THOMPSON

Mill 6 In.. 8 I".. A It< In ; 1 dry kin At torneyc "orpnr"tnn. 11 -RITO \\lthln two \ears from the date h.r..t. 7- tNOTICK AI"III.lrltrlx.n'.I. L
completi. IRI.e .February 21st. A'. I> 1916. FUNERAL

Alito all'. other nrceHsorles ma.hlnlry. aiipurten-i-nrts ofmachinery. -NOTI'F <-| Ki>IT
ances and Inrlph..rnRII In ""'- 'OI'HT Til <'0"'T l' Jt.Inl. IS HKHKHV C.IVKN. That a andLCENSED
at the .. mRkilO MT"1 I It A. >!<' .- OK C'ONTKSTlrpar special eli-rtlon will be In'Id on April15th.
ot the "< Iz : Ih./"J.-1 ) 4'oIi'r l of .ke 1..101. sited A I >. 1V16 'In, ( he foliialnglerrilory' EMBALMEB
.. 1. or.I i'4. at Klsalmniee City 1 Jlne. of the South "T1"rllll\ I'u'nnlltrCompany K...l.<.. 0' 7. W. nm BrlnK in Oaceoln Count, } 'Iold.
thouith not In ". d To all < .. ... .. ....... Ulrlhornd U..lm.vll. Florida.February. and "or. pal tlcularly 1..erl.t aaHeirlnninK Store and Chapel, Stewart AT*. a
more i.artlrularl described, I .a".1 1-rrxoBii hailBK l.ln>. .. I). 11 1916, at the ,' "n.r of
K All ire of said property belnor located In mmmlvmt said K. ..ei To CIlrOnr. A: Golden, of unknown Township Twenty-elnht (2tt) South. Klss ...Fe

Osreola Cointy. Ial" of "'101'1' 1. You. and i-art) of you are hereby .e.I.. Conl..I.. Rang Thirty-four (34)! Kant and run
The purchaser shall pay for the execution notIfied and reijulr i to present any Yo. n r.. herehv notified that J. ning thence West al.Ih.. Townshipline
of deed rlnlnin and deniandn which you. or Frank Tumblln. who gIves Kenana- Tx entelKht
I ti the 23rd day of February A. I>. either of you may have against the"emtale .."V. Flnr''" A" h'-' po.tnlTIo,. addre South lvldl1o T.wnMhl,1 e (29) South W. B. Crawford Lee Ja
,1.Thil. of Z \\" llnBB .- d, late of did on December IS. 1915 file In this to the Hinithw."; corer of Township
JOHN S, PA DEI OBi-i-ola County. Florida to the undorBlurnid office his duly corroborated application Twenty-'li-Tht. (2* > Mouth Itsniri' Thlr- CRAWFORD JARRELL
As Special Master Administratrix. of said estate, to rontoRt And .."ur. the cancellation ty-twu ":R.I. Thence North alonB &
In Ch.n..ry.ROTU'V within two > pars from the date hereof. of your Hom."I"ad. Entry No 0123R3,*. the 12. dividing Itanir.-a Thirtyone I E. P. THAGARDof ATORNEYS.ATLAWOffce
1-5 Dated March 2nd A, T). 1910HENRIETTA Sprint No (112183 mal. December 2! (SI :)i'an.l Thlrty-lwo' (32). to the
Foil IKT- BASS, 1413. for KR 8e Township 81 S Township line dl\lolll TownshlpaTwentyseven Marion CountyC.iIIId.S. 5, 6, and 7 Citizens
OK APPliCATION llt AdministratrixORIIKH Ran-a-o 34 K. Tallahassee and Twenty-eliclit\ hl
IMCtfHPOHATION l.rldlln. > Bank
PATKNT Ail 171 Building
ns K-roiinds for his ronl .t h. aie... (28) : Thence alonl Ha Id Townchip i for
OF 1'UnL.ICATION that said Clarence A. Golden has line to the \'.. b.unda. of Kissimmee ' Florid
abandoned the said tract. : that he has ('"mml.sloo...'. District Numlier Three STATE COMPTROLLER

Notice l Is hereby gIven that the undersigned 1m ('I..eal Coar. Her ruth Judicial (1.-i changed" hi. residence therefrom for (3). the same b.InK the canal ronn.ctln -
.: will apply to the Governor .. .Iorld.. Im cad more than .Ix months since m.kln. c Cypressand ake Tohop lta- lAe .
of the State of on the 3rd day Oseeola ... ._ t.r. the said entry that said land I. not :Lk. along aabl canal a
'f l of April A. I). Florida( letters PatentIncorporating I settled upon and cultivated b) said loa where It connects wIth J.k. To- Democratic PrimariesYour LEWIS O'BRYAN
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. Oseeola Ranch-Company H. I B..w ..! T. Rd. Bryan, "_.. party as required by law hnnekalliva: Th.nr. around 1.ld .
under the following; proposed charl.rf . dola. ... .. tauwlirys. 4 am Ih.r.tor. further notified .llowlnit the Western boutidurx ofCommissioner's Support Will B. Apprco.t ATORNEYA1LWWarJC
and articles of Incorporation. a copy that the said allegatIons will be taken nlslrlit Number Three
t of which has e fllvd In office Co.I.I..t. I by this office as having been confessed (I) to a point' .h.r" the "al.1 Jolnlnl BuDdinC.
I of the Hecretarr State of \ State .. by you and your said entry will be Lake Tahop.kalll' J>.. -
; of Florida Ida Mar nel.. Kdlth May Delta, neortle cancelled thereunder without further hoDekallKa "onn..11 with Lake Toho- FOR COMMISSIONERAt
JOHN PARTIN. I>ella. Holvmoa MeClrllaaid. I... I right to be heard thereineither before nekallca.; Thence along said canal to COUN1 Wbeoerer YOU Gaw.1 Too
_ HENRY O PAI1TINr A. HIsaaiiaaiKllllaiv .. .. _- this office or on anneal. If you fall East Lake Tohopekalllca, Thence dlaif- N
PAT JOHNSTON -..s. Hol4 _., Pilijab'510a. to file In this office' within twenty dlv. onally across East hake Tohonekaliga.following Ta Q' .
Mary I VIrl.ia .1__...F.ll. ll-I after the FOURTH publication of Commlsloner's District Number the solicitaUon pf my friends I The Old _'. T
INCORPORATION AND sabeth mimmmt.m. cad Ada .1__ notice; as shown helnw. your answer Three fi), (or th. We.V Tn bound- candidate St '
; ARTCI.R.. ) CHARTER OKAsIVJHOO ..d .. per.... rlailaalaiaT .. I.(.. i under oath specifically meetlnar and ary thereof. ), to the Range line dividing hereby announce myself a chill Tonks I valuable &
., H3MVH V1Ol3gO 'J" th. property deawribcd !. the Bill resoondlne; to these alleeraitlAns of contest : Ranges ThIrty (10) and Thirty-one for County from Dis General becauae it cooUln the .
., (JCial.t. or If you tal propertieaof QDININ8
Reiiip >Md4s. file In this due proof that you Il County same being the trc No. 5. I ele pledge my t
The vnderslrned hereby associate I TO ALi. WHOM IT MAT -roNCKRN: have served m copy of answer on Township nln"b te Townships IRON. oa UM U_, Drivw .
. < .. _. to..th.1 for the purpose of It appearing from the affidavit .of W. the safd contestant h'urn person or Twenty-four (4' and Twentv-flve .el t fathuly. discharge: the duties .a Malaria, Bfricltc Blood nd

hlb TornIntnoerporat.dttndor the- ,lawa 1 B. Crawford of Solicitors for 1 Corn.pIMaanta.flI by r..I.t..d maIL .' service Ismad (16) ; Thence along said Township of the J. H. .WALKER. .Jldi-up tb 'W..o1. 8 .t 5Ontu.

.4\ 0..41. -' dtn -this ca-that the ]I I) delivery of a cop .of your line to the Nortb..t corner of offN. I ,, '" ,

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F 0 R D AUTO PA RT S Silk and Cotton Pongee, full : 1 1i :
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varied colors values that 5c1Oc
pointed collar only

1N are surprising at per yard D 0 YOU OWN A FORD ?

Striped' voile pearl button J :

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Ribbons a little more elaborate front, turn our embroidered 5 9 C ;'

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in quality but worth.1 FURNISH ;

the money at per yard PAIRS AT PRICES THAT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH I"i :' .'I\

LADIES' VESTS ONLY 10 and 15c ". !


t Laces in varied NOTHING OVER 25 CENTS 10 15 and :

widths and 5 and 1Oc 1 LADIES' WHITE HOSE _


patterns, . 25 cents per pat r. :}, j

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FULL LENGTHS FI.NE 98cEN'S OVERALLS, cents HAIR quality h '



I MEN'S WASH TIES 10 cents Complete line of Men's, Women's and Boys' i it I IDIZEN

CHI t I 5 SUPPORTERS; REGULAR ;

I ) 2c VALUE 1 OC 5 each White Tennis Oxfords at per (pair ?SCE ,

TUMBLERS cents i
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BATH TOWELS, . 5, 10, 15 and 25c WATER PITCHERS; 25 cents ,i

Men's Black Tennis Oxfords 50 X y


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MEETINGS TO BEGIN AT
REVIVAL ill Tampa. To pay this bill .lIct1. i-. ./" i:ii.1.1 Itl iY1'a. of. clHi-rolii <"iuilt>'. I F.rlda., to tho un. .i
I F Mr. Thomas turned to the '\ t II tN( llt\: IN Ot liT II.' 'I'III ('111'\" '" J1 iu i:, aver county .('lnl ': HiirMr: ( omiC.rrlriKle .'''. f. Nl'tlt': IIK. I-1.oil III. \, .n"lIl.A. within two years from the dale. .rc.or.
check for be... t .. C'III"N I'". Dated March AIt. I 11 ,
Commissioners J118
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Ii METHODIST CHURCH ON MARCH 2Q ......kl..7. ....,.."dn nt. / In re IXnrflrlln ...........;. i .r'i. IIUTf.1'It: .
ing the-amount of general prizes won' I HiiuHrlnif hv uiriil.i\M' ,' appended to ''Notlcu, In hf-rplty given to nil I whomIt 2-9t Kxecutor. '
,jby tho. exhibitat.lheTampafair i ,, ' ,Tho'i ttldibilll flied.lnslha, nliijOVik>8tiil4d flaunt*( iniiyafriiincern, llmt l <.n tius :nth day ofSeptentberg.Al . ' : 4''
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this 'owetheir'firstiiwakemng Jreportisiiowsjthat' besides 1 this I amount : .
Rev. J.. M. Bass of Georgia, with his country,who: : : J.9 J rt !.. :. jTO: ifptf i ,,"-,<,,- Fl""I"t""and >Hon'; "" -of1rnnkvlllr <*f.urt. HM 'Jiids'ir' I'ruhIter fur mv ., 1 'f"'
singer E: O. 'Stapleton;,' will "begin i to his"preaching,' and'hiswoik therelwere indlvldual'pnzes won at 'Indiana ov.'r the iiiare ofl Html dl'hortc"tlmlnltotr..tor.ol< . the
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tw, nty-nn.' \fiis II Is 'tti'ri.fon' "r,01. t "tiit<' nf Hu"lc.tI" 1 I'. nrniiti. 'Ii.! < UK, .1.l li Are Your
f special services in the Methodist as an evangelist. ; the two fairs which brought the total ..ml, thit -.1| | nun .. amount to $ IRi", a was I h. 1d! yin IS ll."r |his | ,.,wild| | lu I , K*"nt, to Hnlil, ] < runt' ni\' final] JM .ninlH' '.
church on the:; fourth Sunday of this I hue seen his work and know how up reported I I b,. "i 'loll, "I. I "nn. i ul 1 i "ul.t ',1).1) .I 'in nppal| cud' | ., .Ndt'I'i, '" i ,Htiiitor" if. d,1| Mtuli\ .ui'lil Electric Lights .
month. Rev !Mr (lass is a strong it prospers in his hands-how he ]last. week I I' ,. ..q1 i 'H, b5 I r"1 i I m.1 I i \ tan a:!rdi ,1, )II l I"i th>..I It, .. II.\.. il ,
\I' : I I I' IG: . . )I't..1' I Mai, 'h '110. \ li ]I'(1CI (
III Is Ih
gospel preacher and has )been mn i ; i ". i..I.I I | l I., v,, II.1.1.I i .l.I K.iI 1 _' .. 'lu I bleu, -\.I. rlllir-I,. I Llut t "
in ]leading men to aerept a'liI I to bring the. people' to a better its tniinks to the ,committee for tliijiditilili .' I I Hi i ,. 111, d.I ,, ..I I _Ih ,il this urb - --- -- I .

Christ. I i?,so of thei obligation to the.:Maker showing" made .. "I.11.1.)1, , ., I I"., r".in, S,I- MI 1111 I I : 111 I 11)1:171'1: i OHM i Call Osceola Electric Co. '
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}d We me holding th's meeting: with and ( ,iis "nor i of us nil.tll'eml'r ] = ==--= = ---_-_ -.:-=... l' ,. ." "I'' "! . .,. vp..p.',.. ',"IoII'h..1' 'to IN ( ..III"I Ol,* 'Illl' : 1111X11 .111".1'I :. C. E. GARDNER, Mgr.
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special nfe'iiuie, to building up the I'i i I l IOSP-) last Sundaaftcinooi 1. l.L.) I K 'I 1' .5. . .i11 i l1 1 .1.: u.! I rill \ 1 1)l'I'1
( spiritual life of tin :Metln disl 1 people N 1 K: Hum,, " ': .. ll. .I I I, n\ I ':Its; I ,f: | (1,. 'I I'I 1'. let r*' I :',I'(ft of .1 1 ii ..I.! '\ h..r.! House Wiring Fixture .
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I \ IVI"i rrk i fin l'Irrve I ( lease at 'lo I'I < ," U I 'I I 1 1.I .> II 01 I t I. -t Iii',!". and
and to I ir' t alt. possiMi, '-aedIhaL (;\1'1101' "f (;Jioi )ial.illahassii ., "I '. *. : '' ., If. ...1 i J 'i I . ".. t n i .. ( .i iI u,1. ". Repairing .' a
I.n I : ulwain. da'itte; : olfn I I ! . .. '..1.1... 'I t I 12 IIl I ..I I. \ . I "I'| :Ht" "
over Inn li tln\I may pnfei" ,' to join IT .- i .' 1 5' '. ..' I ,I' 1.. ',, 119 BROADWAY
I I \Vlnle, tln, iv i I -- - -- - IffiI, "\ 1 _'I, II t 'nll.11711 I : 1" "I ::1.,. I ,.'I, "I is, I . .. . oJ I t.,. p. ,. t r1 .
uft)5r\.a1 i d. tll"w''I '. FkL 1 1-'l'1.I I I.', I I'll'i.I I ( ;. 111\1 I.I: ill| | u. 1. 1 ..I ,11. ..1 .. o ,Il.,. ,l, ) ... I .., .t
IK ll\I'I:: ( .'S: ( .VUII''i" I J.
and would be, have the '
oak, g-hd ti> I 1'o \\lnni] ) it :Ma> ('oneerli, : '. "
I Fill 1 11:1:UM( ; ; ) IOI1:1.! I:I s. 'IN I1)I II I III' "Illl : I 1,1 \ '''\ .Illl, ).|:.
help| aid en.one latlon of nil the pastor It i is i\ute|\ a great /plcasuie) for me) 0.' .1"'I'I el.d It.II t m \ ....: :: ': -:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:.-:-:..:......:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .:-:-: .:..:..:-: .:..: .:' :t.
Ih'.; chuichts anil Ih. good I 1..i 1:111: \ 1111 "I tIII v
n ) to sj\ that 1 Ui-Mienil .J. :M. liiss of I .

:, jdo, of the lommiimtj that the latgostresults I' :Macun, ni- ('urc1 s n |k lleaLalIe, .('nt"l ill'!( ion re ;/n: .; ., of IIIM| I.. rinfell I .
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.P I iiuiv loine to oxn town' n' "pil"- 1 pli.hing,, H i nat dial fin the musn of |JiJi"u-n.! | .sH., Sour Slomach, Bad I" ",," I.1 ; 1" II I t.. I"tlu .,1)) a 'I....,.1, "It Classified Advertisements i !
itual ) I ..... ..", i n, tli il ,l.li/, " 'th T.I ", 1 I. IIilln'l :
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'Ie'V'' religion in About three
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*, Ittealh-'alloy ( at hall ) 'hlNll' it.' "I | Ih I I I
ic.Xo I ;. ....., .. ,. .... .. .1.; d.: .r. i:
:Mr Stapleton is a good soloist and lu In'Id 1 series of ...i'. I 11 I;. i I . -. ".1 ."I I. I.'P IIII. tie1'Ol
e wenuld:, lie !.id car ago < a meetingsoiitiit ; cdi i j.< how had, jour h\ :"' slum' i I... ,.r \ ,., \ i. i 'HI' '. .unpls, i I., ih. :--:-. .:, .>-:......:-:-: .:..:-:..:..:-:..:-:..:--:..,..:..:-:..: '.:..:-:.*.:-:.<-:..:..:-:..:-:-:-.:..>-:.<..:.:. ..
it' choir: leader and R: to 'n \'. and out peoplescre file. II w'. 'i i il LL I 'I I' M) :'T I'll |pill" i.l.nll, i i ,)old, .'
ach or: howel b ; iiow much jour lu.ulailies It.. .. ,. ii I i I..' _.01.1 ..II" h ..I i, i,I.. .. ..,'n, ,
have the *ingets of the other rhurlh0v'rt \I)iaK-! interested \\ith him and his I . I.' iH.l nun, . I I", I H ill' i.nut, ..ii, !InI ; RKN'T- Six room modetn\ cot TO rxrjIANnn-Renfil; ; : city prop-

to help us in this put: of th voiK Volt-, brought, aliout, sp|<'ndul nsuljsKisp ]! IHIW in-i i.ilili' } uu ..mfiom" I I.. U i r1 ,1i. rnl,, :.N nulI ', aft i iI ." t la',e. i'ose ill; I IJ: per nand l I- irtfor good bo inner orange grove Aa ll
"I .III I . 1. ll. ll,. I,1.1. 1.51 I ,rnlb.q I. .,,,It I J : arxl
ion-tipitiDM: inihg:>tio'i: hiliousi' *- I I 1 I.: W with ami, much sitis .. , X Y /, careValley Ka/otte
It I is pleasure : 1 itfnlh H II : faction to those who lo\i- the I Lord lo Park Tl'aml11"lI. and sluggish 1".v..I|..-yolI alwus; gittclef I I r.'".ILII I, )III. d.I.. t nbd. I n I ll ,' JL., 'III x,111.I II .. lot 1'ossicl; ..] Ave. ( Th'II1II 1 _) .. .
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note the tt\i\al ln...s that :ml" l Io"I'i 'ig GO1'101'; l ) of I IlOflflI.FAIR : with ( asi "nets" 'fll I ('y mini (11.1, I I....I ..I'Siv iii, <:b'I'ns i ,.r i. I 1:1.:I ...,I."is..'1.\! ,1,1..1, ui,,. FOil I- S \.r| : 11101.11". in first-
"f n insv
I.indll'rlllIHIItlllli'g'l of all I the win Id l diatih ili':iiiund regulate: : the "111'1 ,i .d] i .' t ., ,.,., 1,1.1.' ..r . ..1'.11' I Ii M mini cine 2 .v. III: irk In Kooile class 1 ennditinn( or will trade! Fniiiito -
4 nil, "iimiActhe fiimenting I 'i''n' Mini I .t 'InI i u ,,.''f.r, I tin.IH
sots, I
and to know there with never" such a f'l I. .1. I ,.. r'' .'' I 1'1. 11 t I In nod, .It'l'
aI turning to the 1 IxMil of the I people' COMMITTEE IS mil! feiirf gas-; !ac' the exit 't 11110/ ,.H,. uv. ...I.I '"llllt\, '. lit onto' A. :11. Jones, 1'. O In"('. Btf r,
flan the li\ei and. off the I I.til.al.f W I,I.1 l ,.Iq.l.| |,I, .u, ."." W III I,,' I to 'IHI ,1 II )"oil I Hoi 231.: Kl .Hlninu'e 7lfI ._
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"I1I'1'Y ion ., ,., ,. ---- -
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thin that lonip.sod '-
Seeing we in : Iii .ti It If ll' I f t. .10 l| h."ll MOM ll 'III! -
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: "l 'III' I OH SAT .
R about with "-ii ,fient a el\\.1. of wilnc'sses 1' THANKED BY BOARD | : wale: milUi" :mil (II;s n' I II < \ . . I'- Ore gray wi'stern mare,
\l Ii > 'Hill
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in' all In'ids, our faith should lit' ,>., tit liux fium, jour dingi'ist. ; will | I : .I/' M It\ I l'i'I; II I 'l 1'1:1..1.: . I 1"'(Oil! SAI J.Jo': Ku) ''us lid.;| e- ft"out 1.ind. food woiln, dn, .rr, i:'id, saddler; .
1" rt In'n 1.1. v t ,?, x in 'ill hunt, all fenced
li us ,
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keep lixet ami- 'bowels clean safe and l
dependble.( 1
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l and veal kindled and : - -- --- - ---- ; light 2-
>e stiengthclied ], A I K: 1'lieim is. a mrnber of the com' ,I mull '\\.t !}jnd bead' 1 el-ai till I \u..,". .,.: '1'.. ..I.1 ti .."' i',, ruff '. \ Ii i acres' hog tight ; other" ravr- horso \\apon with pole. Enquire] A.

himighty milte-e on exhibits at the Tampa' and I II I II I In It sf'. .11 --1 Nil I 11t ts. :J i mil! s fiom, I UI :. IC t'5 '
; ""nit' 'isil'hev I I woik win'o' "i '.1.I e p, j ro"I.. .' mi j S. Nelson. 11.tf j
< l 1.,1" bin presented the report/ of : i 'I'1'' 'I;: in-, I.IHIIII\ !I! P.T air.-' 11)616 it. I 1)) 1 1. Wallin>rKis w
th of the Ioid ' 's' Iii r. l 1.\ ult)5n, tI"), it sj J. "
pioseme the committee. at the meeting of the. \11'rll i Jo: I f.l.'J"I .-1, .I.j n. "".'. i.,: .. ,. r 'i 1'i.t I' ,.i'.i' !'ininue, I I'1 laI 10-\t:\ FOR 'XrIJANGE-O-acre: : Oklahoma -
'I'h'reIre a goodly( number! of Ih,' .i'I ,,1 1 I-. .1 I "" ''I' V li' ts'i'ii '
f" I 1'. mil ol i ount) J' | ) 's held 1 :Noll'. Ior. ,In .. fiiXm proved *40 per acre, r
rinmmssiuiiei 0 1)1.11)
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t'vilist' church\ who tivin e 1; 1 .I I I' "I Io" .1 I 1. :V. I II il:i .il rth il J. i.r
t, members of the IIM il t )s-ilniiri. I. I Irmo.. , ., . , well/
0'\ :Monia<|: '. .r. i will Ml I Ml \ l I' 1'u's 1 h"I "II ,5.1 I "I n- located fine crop of wheat
> . 1'i/\1.1-'ado i:: ( ;, ;
I fait I iKihii"
I lo'oJ Is Ih !sow
e : i 1l." I'U onnylln.il! i l !<'"n ul i u i ir t"' ? M )In rrr" "'II r. u ,1 li"'is 1q.l II "
) 'Ihi-se reports Rive in detail the < -s. I..1 I i Id. i n,u'n" , II)h.'l.i 'uul"| i Ih' n'M...ii'on r...i. '''.ix .. d I.. ,,, n. 'iii .i ith .'. i 1 und six; pigs. ('. II. I funk, KISSPIInue afso 2PO! acres improved near town P Pin
m / expenditures . -
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i i: .Itl I "patnut or M 1'ii n s'un.| | IM ".1". I r.,1) S Id .itln "" '.s , Oklahoma.
of the committee and thennes .11IIntt. "I. I... ', .. ("".i\\ n ,1... .t,, ,i 11d t I lOtf H500: stock clean
membership cs| arrange |I\s In I : ..ro. ,1, M I 1111 sr. It, 1t "a'', SI r.It I 1 .md, lii.ln-: In ei<.., ula e 'unnll.. merchandise in Kansas to exchange
;, scrMi-'s foiwho won. Mr Thomas stated that l..",n Ih'.' \llrllnil hrlc'k |I"ivln-i)) lit'( FI..I) I Irvn I ------ -- -,- --. --
attend those special ; he l,1) '.M. ,i It iiiils, nod "in t Ii. I'i :N.: .iih+ ,,n, I II s ,.f si,..i< ,.f N'V 'ii,,1 N'., for Florida property full' particulars -
krows but it mnv be the turnIng was repotting for H E. Kva'hs) Mill Sit t f 1,1 tin ( :'Ity 'l.linlis' Allpilii ,' v ,,.r 1 sfl IS ,.r s n tr -I',,n M- i \\lWI.J.I.1NS I ; for rent applv to !M 'I tr
; l I county fat m demonstrator, who was I to; b1 Ilfte, nfiit\cl4li, : exIIH|\ ,1,1' ". sr |.',".... _? i. IIKI. ,,,,,!IoI'IJl", dIn | 1 Tiller to interested parties. Nelson ,
: point in the life and that of the ,..r i ,,,10',1'I I All of sold, HOI k Inr'udlug'''' '"1'1'1''/ \.., 1N1 A Realty Co. ,""'
may'1' "nt of the city on official businessMr iiirl.lnir. piivlnic and canal'I''I".r l , : ..r "'-'."!'. ,.r sj\\' i/ ,.r sj ,, mT I : __12 Itpd ry
borne. Whntever grouch any ,ills.' "11 in b.t "f"I..1, In 11 i', nnunnblehnc ] ,.?.ran." v.: '. si "??,,,. 27 l- .''t, ens- STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE: '
Evans with Miss
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Anne
have with ths church pastor or nciA'h-1 Carson ( tu lie, d. t I. Itnlniil) by tin "'"".U"II. I,.. ,,if.i-il In (', rtlPcn'f. Ni fif'l!, 'I FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Mra. Y
1'ou'ity canning club agent, and Mr. All hlilN In lu nli d with 'the I'lly ("..11nut )< : Tin Hi'd, '"n"M I.e'i. .- !.<>*. KNwtn 1hr j Strong, intelligent. gentle, excellent J. J. Hall
God has not ... 203 Bryan St. 1
that 12-tf
cannot Inter
4' bor, they say limn March 26th. 1916 lt<'hthlil nf T I. 11 "Ii LILY AV: UNKNOWN
to them and this is his I Thomas composed the committee I iniiHt he n..e..mpnnh.fI iiv n r..rtlttt t rn.n'r'I".Iv. n' 'b'. date of condition. Money refunded if no i iI
been good Th.2 reports showed that all of the I cheek: u.r(;1..12\ot8o. City! Cli rk for th" IpNnnnre nf nh'il' eerlBentoe.II'7''CO / .. I cult. .422 West Oak street. 6tf I FOR SALE-A good '
the ehnll he ,' mare, harness
work not ours in the highest sense. and each hid must I I until C-rtltlent' a rde ,
I. I' fund of $650 had been used for the I llu. piiKintid In n ni>*.ld in\e'on' ndIII' 1, tneil arnordln.r lo In w.Tex Hi.eil. and wagon very cheap J. F. Nl- c '.
"W> ask all Christians to join with us' ."rd In the City Clerk and marked wl'l I I- 'ne .lh'r. r.n on the 12th day of FOR SALE-Full-blooded Rhode Island _
which shall two fairs and that all bills had been "Hid for Paving Main Street" Th \ !II .11 D 1918.IS'.inrnN swonger, R. R. No. 1, Kissimmee, fFla'
In prayer for a meeting BHful be ; hnnd and offletal, seal at Red cockrel also
1111 i.t bidder will required In' mv ; Himalaya
.enrich the life of all the churches and paid, with the exception of. a small bill i irlve' bond In a um equal to 50% ofthe J<"'...'mm..... F' '.'ida, this 7th day of -
J. L.
berry plants. Denning, half
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amount of bid mien bond to b exlerutid Mnrch A. n 1918. _
trine. blessings to all the community- i bv a Surety Cotnnnnv and to h"nnnroved I I (CL Ct. Seal) J. I. OVF:" TnFET. mile west of Ben Miller place. 12-3p FLAT FOR RENT-Furnished or nn. '
Clerk rirenit Court o.c.-
by the City Attorney. The
a W. LAWLER. CHICHESTER s PILLS Council reaer\ea the right to reject.I I nla County State of furnished. Apply at the Gazette (
/R any and all bids, Florida! FOR SALE-One 44-40 model 1873 office. \
For detailed/ Information all bidder By JAMBS M. JOIINST 1.1.
i Atlanta, Ga., Feb., 16, 1916. /.1 4.5511.11... Ir .Yr. "WM.1 .. Ore referred! to plans and .n-.III."tlon" 12.61. p C. Winchester rifle in good condition. .... ""S. l
"'111. I. I1.ree a.d51.Nl_... for said concrete culvert, curblnr and Will sell for $6.50 cash, or trade for FOR SALE .OR
;) There': Is no one In Georgia more _- Do'w' NW was air kll5v -. paving r now on file In the City Clerk' InvlfformUne to the Pal and Sickly EXCHANGE olrF"S.' s
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'which the M1. .. office In the said City of Klaalmmee, good hunting dog or anything of pasture landsfifteen
-Bttod for the work to tsp ... NRANU 1'll'kLitIp.! be. made TB Ota Stamderd enenl etmctlwalnv _Ie. ; acres .In Kla*. '
Florida and bid. must pursuant -
;- :.: .rch'haieaUed him than J. M. Bass. .. 7.rnY.btnr::\..:.;ai..aL.ulcErcrwfclsrsUtRtf, .- thereto. < OKOVR'B TA8TRLJ8II..blll TONIC.driree outMdarU equal value. Address Box 604, or immee, well located. Addms Box 1

. ';There' are''thoo. and. of .people' overt $ !: I[ E ll.lt t I..,11 R OII.BFRT City: ';p.rk..j j I .. A ew live cbe.toni Ibebleod..edbriW.uptht.y.lets. For .dak.and! cl ldre." Me- apply to Valley Gazette Office. 246, Wmchttla, Fla. .n. N

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