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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 17, 1916
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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.. SEVENTY-EIGHT YOUNG MEN SIGN EFFORT MADE. TO HAVE ELECTIONON


> PETITION TO BECOME .:MEMBERS OF PROGRAM STATE PRESS COMPLETED ASSOCIATIONThe FOR BOND ISSUE POSTPONED, BUT '



MILITARY COMPANY IN, KISSIMMEE .' ATTORNEYS PUT BAN\ ON ACTION .t, ..'

'program for the annual meeting of ..the State f Press
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Association in Kissimmee' April 13, 14 and 15 has .been completed -

HOWARD KATZ IS tAMED 'CAPTAIN and will be as :follows: ; SUPPORTERS OF MOVE CLAIM
PLANS FOR MEETINGOF ST. CLOUD DISTRICT
WHILE LEE JARRELL AND Thursday Morning, April 13th. NOTICE OF ELECTION CAME '
Delegates and visitors will assemble at Graystone Hotel at

W. J. STEED ARE SELECTED AS PRESS APPROVED 10:00: a. m., and proceed to the Graystone Casino where the VOTES SWOO BONDTWO TOO LATE TO ALLOW ALL PER

I LIEUTENANTS AT ENTHUSIASTIC opening session of the'convention will be called to order at 10:15o SONS QUALIFIED TO PAY LOLLTAXES .

;7 MEETING ON MONDAY. --- clock by President Chris O. Codrington, of DeLand. IN LEGAL LIMIT. ;
MAJORITY
HUNDRED RE.
I BOARD OF TRADE PUTS OFFI.
Invocation by the Rev. S. W.: Lawler. -
., CORDED IN FAVOR OK SEP.
CIAL SEAL ON WORK OF COMMITTEE ,
Addreis of welcome by the Mayor of Kissimmee. .
AND ALLOWS FUND ABATE ROAD AND! BRIDGE BOARD WANTED TO ACT
FOSTER WIRES PROMISE Response by Vice-President Oscar Conklin of Miami. .
FOR EXPENSE OF THE VARIOUS I v Report of Membership Committee DISTRICT AND COUNTY COMMISSIONKIIS
ENTERTAINMENTS TO BE IMtEI'AKE FOR
Roll call.Annual .
'1 ADJUTANT GENERAL OF STATE GIVEN. of the President. SALK OF BONDS. COMMISSIONERS AGREE WITH
report -- PLAN TO DELAY ELECTION
I TROOPS GIVES BOYS ENCOURAGEMENT
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The for the entertainment of Recess. Qualified freeholders of the Third '
plans FOR THIRTY nAYS BUT .ARE
I : IN TELEGRAM SAYING .
Thursday Afternoon, April 13th. Commissioner's District last .
I (! the State Press Association whfch Saturday TOLD BY ATTORNEY THAT
THAT PLACE WILL PROB.
meets in Kissimmee April 13; 14 and Meeting called to order at 2 o'clock. approved the creation of a special SUCH WOULD NOT BE PEKMIS
ABLY BE MADE FOR NEW t
I 'SECOND 16 were approved by the Board of Report of Executive Committee. bridge and road district of'that SIHLK: UNDER>; LAW-.1OIIN.
COMPANY IN KEGIMENT
'I ... BAND MAY' BE EN Trade at its meeting last Friday Report of standing committees. section of the county together with 'a STON, SINGLETARY AND
Unfinished business. bond issue of I
night. $150,000 by a majorityof WOODALL THREATEN LEGAL
LISTED. The board voted to allow the commit Round table discussion of advertising{ rates l led by R. J. 200 votes. STEPS.;

t-e a fund for expenses in additionto Holly of Sanford. The result was shown when the

Seventy-eight young men of K is- the $3.r; already raised. The board After adjournment the delegates and visitors will become county commissioners 'in special session 'Legal steps to defeat the plan for
nimmcc have signed/ the preliminary of the people of St. Cloud, "the Wonder City," and will be
canvassed the
of trade fund is not to exceed i $300. guests on Tuesday vote. an election[: called to decide the
, petition for a military company here taken to that little city in automobiles. Here special enter The vote fpllows upon
Of the $350: alreadyri'en/ $160 was I pretty was as ; : creation of a separate road and
and enthusiasm is growing daily inf'
1 tainment will be provided for them. Precinct No.4 St. Cloud-For
I the donated by the county commissioners, ( ) bridge district composed of all the
plan. $150 by the city council, and $50 was Thursday Evening,. April 13th. district and bonds, 242; against district county except the Third Commissioner's
I At a meeting held in the Graystone given by Congressman. J. Sears Upon their return from St. Cloud the visitors will be tendereda and bonds, 39; thrown out, 2. district, and the voting of $250- ..
Casino last Monday than forty
I f' more public reception at the Kissimmee Golf and Country Club. Precinct No!; 5 Deer- Park
of the signers, of the roll were to. defray the expanse of a boat tripon ( )-Only 000 in bonds for the purpose of build.
; present
the lake. Friday Morning, April 14th. t.hree'rvotes cast and all against the ing roads, were t.hreat.ened'at a
and laid for
plans were securingrecognition
I Meeting called to order at 9:30: o'clock. district and bonds.
All the details of the have
I for the new program special meeting of the board of county -
company Report of Membership Committee. Precinct No. 8 ( NarcoosseeW. F.
11 now been arranged by the committee -. )- commissioners Tuesday.
from the state military authorities. ir charge and the full program is Address by Dr. J. H. Ross, ptesident of the Florida Citrus Ex Hill, named to act as clerk of the Whether these steps will be taken /".
i t At this meeting Howard Katz was
, printed in this issue of the .Valley change. ((20 minutes.) .,, election, returned the ballot box unopened before the date of the election, which
elected t-t'lLptain, Lee Jarrell, first lieu-
2' Gazette. Address by James R. Murphy, president Associated Land De- with a letter stating that
: has been for
set April 15th, or in the
tenant and W. J. Steed, second lieu-
tenant. All of these young men have I A committee composed of Edgar velopment and Colonization Interests of Florida (20 minutes.) there were not enough election officials event that a favorable vote ii cast
t- Katz and J. E. New business. present to hold an election. .
Eugene Bryan Lupferwas that
.. had military experience and will have at time was not definitely stated
r named to confer with the busi- Round table discussion on "Contests as Subscription Getters Upon tabulating the vote and find- by James M. Johnston, deputy clerkof
trouble in passing the state examinations -
no led by S. J. Triplett. of St. Cloud.At the result named the
h ness men of the city in regard to ing county court, George Singletary and G.
for their positions.
\, decorating the (business section of the 10:30: o'clock the Woman's Club of Kissimmee will enter- commissioners instructed Clerk Over- B. Woodall, who were present at the
General Foster has been
Adjutant city for the big 'event. tain the women among the visitors at the Hart Memorial Building, street and Attorney J. S. Cadel to and
meeting protested against the
: communicated with at St. Augustineand
\ opposite the Valley Gazette office, with an informal reception and a resolution declaring the
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I- :4); has wired the leaders of the holding of the election as called.
. musicale. This reception will be public. election carried and providing for the After
the board had canvassed the
. (. movement that he, believes a vacancy DISTRICT CONVENTION Friday Afternoon, April 14th. advertisement and sale of bonds
I vote in the Third CommisRioncr'i. district -
be found for the in the '
can : company Immediately after luncheon the 'visitors will be given a boat Messrs. Frost, Pope and Munsell, the'special

t 1'Y A Second Regiment. A plan is also pn OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH : trip on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga( as the guests of CongressmanW. of St. Cloud, were present as a com- : and bridge and declared bond issue of $160,000 road carried .
:,. foot to enlist the Kissimmee Band
''' J. Sears. Music for this 'occasion will be furnished by the mittee representing the district.They '
and had disposed of other mat
and if this is possible an effort will
Kissimmee Concert Band. asked that the board take immediate
be made to have it designated as the The district convention of the ters pertaining to this election, the ,
Second Regiment Band. Churches of Christ wjll; be held in Friday Evening April 14th. steps to have a survey made I matter of the proposed election in the

Another meeting will be held next Orlando on Tuesday, March 21st, r Banquet at Graystone Hotel. of the proposed toad from the canal remainder of tho county was broughtup.
Saturday Morning April 15th. I St. Cloud, and from St. Cloud to
from 10 to 3 It is County Commissioner Frank
Monday night at 7:30 o'clock at the a. m. p. m. expected I '
same place and it is expected that that a large number of the. Meeting called to order at 9 o'clock.. lli Brcvard county line together Walker, of Bassenger, stated that the

there will be definite news from Adjutant membe18 .of the Christian church here 1 Unfinished business. ith a branch road to Narcoossee, people in Ws section had"not been Informed
t Round table discussion" Job Printing Prices, led by Waynefhomas. . are to be paved with sand-al-
will attend. The list of speakers will of the election call in time Wpay
Foster that time. Plans .
by .
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will also be made at this meeting for include the following: ,;v ,. : ; ,,, > , ofPI.ntCity. 'v.""}; / ", 4i phalt. They .requested that I their poll tax so that they mightbe

.a big spread at an early date. Opening address: ,'',Kev,..A, M Chis'holm ; ; i': Report of Secretary. \. ' ': <,.':,' specifications be immediately prepar- qualified,. Thi was true, he' said, .

{. Military' training:, is;a';fine] xperi--t ;,ofaKlssimineei| ___ !\{<< ,M' "'""" i. .| | <
ence' for young 'men and it is to', be "Work and' Business," Rev. I tL:: .W. ,i 'the'letting'of'the contract printed until Thursday and Friday .,
Selection of next meeting place. for the work as the
hoped that as many of the Kissimmee Buckley, of Orlando_ as soon and under the law poll taxes must be'paid
e "Needs of the Rural Church: Rev.D. I. Adjournment. bonds are sold.
boys as possible will be enlisted in on or before the second Saturday
s the company S. Austin, of Narcoossee.. RECEPTION COMMITTEE The committee suggested that H. in the month preceding thQ
President H. C. Stanford of the Board of Trade has named E. Wylie, of the firm of &
Wylie
"How to Build a Bible School, C. Reynolds : month I ini which the election is to be
E. Yowell Kissimmee. I. the following reception committee: E. E. Naugle, chairman ; N. C. engineers, who are located in held. The second

PERRY G. WALL HEARDBY "Value of the Regular Prayer uryan. John M. Lee. Howard Katz C. W. Ward. W. A. Smith St. Cloud, be considered in the selec- to be the day following Saturday the happened

Meeting," Rev. W. F. Kenney, St. : S. .G. Ragsdale.! H. K. Atwood. C. A. Carson. E. C. Bryan F. H. I tion of an engineer to make the necessary lication of the election calL He pub-uk.

LARGE CROWDTAMPA Cloud. Lawson. Lyles Story J. M. Willson, jr. ; P. K. Weaver. S. L. L pfer. survey and prepare! the sped- ed that the board take action .

"Working New Fields William j jI R. W. Cobb. Roma Thomas H. M. Breaker. W. H. Jones J. Wade fications. Mr. Wylie was present and looking to a delay in the some election for d'

Mann, of Narcoossee. I fucker. E. L. Lesley. W. C. Bass. Lewis O'Bryan.. T. Butler. discussed the matter with the board,
BUSINESS MAN thirty days. -
FOR UNITED STATES CANDIDATE I "Joys of the Ministry," Rev. J. S. I H.. R. May. H. W. Boice. A. E. Donegan. D. G. Wagner, A. Cotter- I estimatingthat. such work would cost (Continued
on page 3))
SENATE Reaves of Kissimmee. man C. W. Griffin. George Singletary, H. M. Porter Capt. Clay in the neighborhood of $400. Mr. ..
SETS FORTH HIS
Johnson, C. L. Bandy J. A. Barclay, J. Z. Roberson Ernest, Mach. I Wylie's estimate was filed with the
PLATFORM IN FORCEFUL AND Holmes Prather. J. J. Griffin H. C. Stanford J. S. Cadel W. B. j board and the matter will bo definitely BOARD OF TRADE TO
WITTY MANNER ON MONDAY
NIGHT. COUNTY EXECUTIVE Crawford. Pat Johnston W. B. Harris E. G. Vans Agnew. J. D. !I acted upon at the regular

Clark L. A. Hamilton Claude Harper, W. B. Makinson. O. C. meeting of the commissioners the INVITE G. A R. HERE

T, Perry G. Wall, Tampa businessman COMMITTEE TO MEET Pierce and C. F. Johnson. first Monday in April. --,

candidate for the United States I Mr. Wylie was highly recommended When the G. A. R. encampmentmeets

Senate, 'in a witty and forceful .address Chairman Roma Thomas, of the I 11 by the St. Cloud people and it was in Tampa next week an invi
stated that he had
from the band stand on Broadway county Democratic Executive! Com- I I I had. thirty years tation will be extended to the boys

'Monday night, discussed his mittee, says that he will call a meet- 'lof experience as an engineer, a large who wore the blue to hold their next

candidacy and platform to a large ing of the committee at some early FRIENDS OF NATHAN P. BRYAN TO I I: part in the of employ that' time of having big railroad been spent comi annual session in Kissimmee. c

crowd of interested listeners. Mr. date to consider plans! for'the coming ,i panics. The matter was brought before the

Wall's address was filled with well- primary. The prim rYlaw does not board of trade at the meeting Held
taken points and a wEalth of humor. leave much for the committee to do FORM POLITICAL CLUB IN COUNTY i' The St. Cloud oommitt'c also re- i, last Friday night through a letter
quested that the bonds he
!
Especially was Mr. Wall's wit and and it is not likely that any assess- I prepared i from S, L. Lupfer. It was ..tated.that
in $;00 denominations numbered I
humor effective in his remarks concerning ment of candidates will be made. 'all that would be necessary would bo !
his opponents. He took up The members of the committee are I i Friends of Nathan P. Bryan, Unit- Steed, J. W. Lewis J. Mcl'hatter II. 1 serially from 1 to :IHIO, to be paid ofT' to provide four meeting rooms for

each of the aspirants separately and us follows: ed States Senator, whose boyhood I M. Katz, Emby L. A- Martin J. H. (: ten each year for thirty years with the various organizations, purchase t

found something about each to makes Roma Thomas, chairman. home was in Osceola county are I Walker, R. 11. Cole, 15. H. interest at six per cent. I Imilg-'R at 'a cost of $20 or $.30 and

the crowd laugh with him. John Johnston, secretary. Mr. planning/ to organize a club here to S. L. Lupfer, M. A, MCLdlan'l The board informed the St 'loud I I guarantee that the hotel rates would

He talks direct on every questionand Johnston has resigned but no action aid in his renomination for that po- BahH, H. R. Clark, N. Smith, W. E.: I committee that the wishes of the i ij not be raised.
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sition. A petition has been signedby Walsh H. T. Newton, G.. :M. Slierouae j people of the district would be con- I The board
appeals, as he says, to the better has \ver been taken on his resignation. I.| -'j instructed SecretaryJohn
business judgment of the voters. lie a number calling a meeting for jr.;; W. B. Crawford' H. J./j' sidered in all things pertaining{ to thj I II S. Cadel to draw up a resolution
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.' declares that he believes that the I E. L. Overstreet I Irecinct No. 2. Tuesday evening, March 21st, at the Barnes, Z. Bass A. S. Reed, H., :I district, the bond issue and the roads I inviting; the G. A. R. here and place

wI' '.. questions before the nation today are I J. F. O'Berry, Precinct No. 3. city hall in Kissimmee at 7:30: o'clock. Stanford, Stanley Bullock, John Par- j I it in the hands' of the -deleirats from

, business questions and not political Peter Raulerson, Precinct No. 5. We the undersigned hereby sub- tin, Rafe McLaughlin, E. C. Duzen-, OFFICERS ELECTEDBY Kissimmee to the encampment.The .

. ,, ones and for that reason, he says, the J. A. O'Berry, Precinct No.6. I scribe ourselves as.members of the berry, G. L. Beaman, C. B. McCaug-j G. A. R. met in Kissimmee several

voters should send him, a successful R. II. Alderman Precinct No. 7. Nathan P. Bryan Senatorial Club, hen, II. R. Mat E. E. Naugle, H. M. CONCERT years ago and the veterans,

fli' business man, to the senate ,insteadof S. J. Triplett, Precinct No.8. I and request all Democratic Voters of McClam, Lyles V. Storey, W. W. Carson BAND would like to came back again.

the others, whom he calls professional I I Osceola county to meet on Tuesday, I Wm, H. Peake, G. F. Kr\bbs, J. --

politicians. The thrilling comedy, "The Microbeof being the 21st day of March, A. D. i E. Lupfer, M. E. Stephens, L. 11. The Kissimmee Concert Band at THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHDr.

't Mr. Wall was introduced by Attorney Love," will be staged in Kissimmeeby 1916, at 7.30 p. m. to organize a club Freer Lester Alford. Clark Howcll, the regular meeting held Monday 1 A. J. Holt will preach both

Lewis O'Bryan in a short, but home talent Friday evening, 'to aid in the nomination of N. P. Bryan R. I. Smith, Julius Schuwgart, W. H. night;( elected the following officers morning and night Sunday, the 19th.

eloquent speech. Mr. O'Bryan's remarks March 24, at the Dixie Theater. A as United.States Senator. Jones, H. W. Boise Ed. Hall, J. C. to serve for a period of six months : Too morning service will begin at '

: were well received and Mr. large number of the young ladies and The meeting to beheld at city hall, Griffin, J. J. Woodall, J. J. Dann, W. E. A. Niemeyer, manager and 11 and last about one hour. The evening -

.LJ Wall stated in opening his own address young men, of the city will take part. Kissimmee, Fla. Tanner, Jno.' M. Lee, E. G. VansAg- G. M. Shearouse, Jr., director.W. service will begin at 7:30.:

Y'L that he had never heard a more The "Bachelor* Club" and the "Spin- W. ,A. Smith' ; Otis Stevens, EugeneC. ; new, S. II. 3ullock. H. D. Geiger J. A. Smith, secretary. i Dr. Holt is to begin a protracted

eloquent introduction. His only regret sters' Club" will each take part and Bryan, Lee Jarrell, A. D. McLellon, D. Jeffords, J. W. Simpson A. E. The band Is improving rapidly and meeting at Hastings Florida, Monday

was, he said, that his wife could you should not fail to see. those A. A. Simpson,M. P. Tindall E. L. Bearden D. G. Wagner, Peter Mc- the concerts given here every Wed- night. It is expected that the

\ not have heard it, because he had spinsters. The playlet is said to-be D. Overstreet W. O. Joumigan E. Cutcheon A"F.: Base J. E. Roberts, nesday night have proven one "of the meeting will last two weeks. Dur-r

,s. :,, \ been trying for some twenty years I the moat laughable and unique en- D. Katz, G. C. Livingston, W. J. J. W. Miller, D. A. Bas. finest entertainments provided by any ing the Sunday of Dr. Holt's absence

; ; "te make her believe he was a great tertainment ever given! heirs. The "- .. / Florida city for its winter visitors. Rev O"o-ge Hyman of Sanford, will

'ka'man: with somewhat doubtful success. play is being: prepared for the bene- The band has attracted no small attention preach ii the Baptist church both

Mr. Wall waa listened to with fit of the Christian church and ad- in surrounding cities and is morning and night. Mr. Hyman U a

'f' narked attention by the crowd and mission charges will be 15 and 25 NOTICE TO VISITORS being often called upon by them to delightful speaker and it la to be /s I

Jolt.. Al;;,after his. address was greeted in aninformal. cents; reserved seats 35 cents. play. 'hoped that he will have a full house'to Im

...... .,reception' by; a number. of AND HOME PEOPLE The boys deserve the support of hear him.Everyone. .
rbi\had' Mr. and Mr*. Frank M. Levi of the and )with U invited to these '"'
Ithoae\ heard, m., public I) encouragement err-
: .... ".....1., . .e;, Norjrood'Ohlo)' ] ,left Monday for their 1b.KI---: rt'Bind'will they should be"able to develop here ice*. Stranger especially welcomed J'I
addition .
q.t. tlni. : :. home after an' uWe4.YUlt In this c: play in to - .,
; .lUDatte.W.taol1.aIICI.da.p : : the best band in the' $tajersA f ..4. ', '
J-",. :4.teJ" rtM1.i"8u.'Wataan"Tiff. -"' .day city. Whil.f.bee. they,: ere located rocuUr W Jneedy: Night ,Coac.-t...,a" btteat.uk. _ Mrs J. ;Ml,Lee U' !siting fceV- 'J

':,.'f,>,far! :Miami'*)!*?".,tkey ;Ntt?;{ **..,tofcteawb. trtt i'pl sagnti'haa.' ,fIIttw'iLom.!! .:' 1i9.rnoo tlfor tlN'rest of t-i1i! month'. '".1'... '00'". .. ,.. 8. Drawdy *aad. m troslnesa trip daogbt rUrs.: Z;', N. Parker,
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PACE 2. u a TI7E KISSIMMEP I V.A L L. E Y -C A Z E'T' T E' 'Of FRIDAY,, MARCH 17, 1916' t.}:.

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f : ,II gaged in ;frtendfyRrivalry; ; to secure property which U"'his present- borne, phosphate. He is convinced that the

h r new members. Th group which AFTER FIVE YEARS R OF it included ten acres of six year old product at the plant of the LakelandPhoaphate << !

wins the most members win 'be entertained orange trees. J3ome, of them were. Company, known as "Na-:

at the expense of the losing more thrifty than others,. and having tur,own", will be a// great boon 'tb"the4; ;t- .
UP
GET "DOLLED" group. I .. SUFFERING ''' studied soil fertility! he concludedthat fruit growers and 'farmers of .Florida..

It is expected-that a large number JN. 41' I .he could build up the weaker 'I
mobilizing its vast
Austria is .army
FOR EASTERWe of Moose from Lakeland, Orlando, .St, trees\ by improving the land.
workers for the
ot women munlti.oll
( Cloud 'and Fort Meade will. attend. the In the West Dr. Conibear had observed

i can put' the clothes on you that will'make. .' banquets HEAD OF TAMPA'S;>> MOST the methods of Dr. Cyril. Hop- factories .)

you look and feel A. fine chicken, pilau in being, plan. PROMINENT AND INFLUENTIAL king-particularly in improving: soil THICK GLOSSY HAIR '

ned for the spread in addition to salads FAMILY fertility In the corn belt of Illinois;-'- FROM DANDRUFF.
FREE
\ mLIKE A PRINCE and other delicacies : 'n the usa of?finely ground phosphate .

The Kin! lhimce Moose is rapidlygrowing where the soil was deficient\ in phosrohorvs. (Girls! Try (lit! Hair gets soft, fluffy ands< 'I

I If you don't believe it, just come in 'and' take a look and according to Secretary Capt. D. S. McKay Says Andes He I decided to mix some of beautiful--Get a 25 cent bottle \ .

at our line of MacDonough now has a membershipof Has. Done Great Good fbr His this material with the soil around the Of Uanderlne.(

I' Jtbout 180: between dO. and,70 new Stomach and'Intestinal backward trees. for hair that
If you care heavy '
F.NESPRING FABRICS mi'inberH having been secured during Trouble Dr. Combear experimented with
with beauty and is radiant
the present campaign. '{'he. lodgeis ---- four rows of his orange trees adding life; Pins an ihcpmparable softness fUr-

jy We'll( prove it to you, too, if you'll let us take your I planning a number of philanthropic ':,:slut' I l\,' iw.o IhoiiKfind. people called I I.vilh tho ground"phosphate some is fluffy and lustrous, try ,.
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build suit that will to Fit. inoM-mi'iils and haw alronilv done "(ilsulenable '!"- it 1 1' I.INI'H. DJMIK. Store t I the |>n,,t woollt. *round l limestone to correct the acuity -
and .
a we guarantee Just doubles the
measure one application
I." nlii"iln AIU| These
work of charitable < M people -
nature ronie-
a ; with the hope of building the
v, Melt' ) (..r"'lIo'lIlIy'pry wHlk of lifii ... ; up l beauty of your hair, besides it inlinediately *(l t
(' the of the city t soil
--' timiing poor ""UiflinK ii Rinit; htliny momliicntI increase the humus, and make
dissolves every particle *f
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I I' nun and'.ilmon* without oxI l good home for t Ihe.bactC110 that
I i I'J linn, every; null of 1 the number ha.iUKlhlMK idandiuff.i You can not have nice
and 1 BOARD REFUSES ALL S" !Bond In say about Andes I would furnish nitrogen for the treTliat ...,'
Our Cleaning Pressing heavy; healthy hair if you have '
Vrnontr thi m WIH. (I'll" II S :MrKi')pY; this treatment was JTVelixcj ( 'I
v I h.. .MMilllM. nt :UJ \\'. IjlflXOltO, StSHM dandruff. This destructive scurf robs
beiame '1014\
and
one apparent, in
Department 'II- > 'H sir. Just( wrltfout' 'bv 4'11I I of lustie its strefigthand
PISTOL TOTING PLEAS the I hair its '
I I. I d. I s.ln... nt fur "AlltloM. lloHllVON. It. IlllllI the trees made 11 line crop, tbx'y himg \'- *

IS THE BEST IN TOWN I in uiilv 1 too !guilt to give" thin .t.itoiii I>eeinte; utut h' stronger and :i its very life, aifd, if not overcome it
nt I hll VI' sutured. for llvo vonriiiiih IWlllt hiot'f. 'The of a''' produces a feverishness and itching of
\ i"i 10...Ml. furln .of superintendent)
S<"M nil months II igi> the boatel of Htoumcli rind Intont
I ,u. .1 I tumble' ant in flint time. 1 IUMOi i near-by phosphate plant after seeing :'the scalp; the hair roots famish,
, Oliv s.Suitatorium.PHONE lonntv iMiimissioiu' s optod| a II-KO 'i,.'nt linn:h flvnc mid money. IrvliiK t the iffects of the doctoi's' ixioriiiiejit; | , ) loosen and die; then the hair falls out
1 luton' ti )hiiiaftii. ti'fuso all trppliualiuu. I'> Mini prruoolien| I relief but without bottle
induced his install fast Surely got a :J5-cent! of
I to ( J.'II1.J.
"f, it"appiova, ,.f 6u11ds. .,, | |to lam, \ "I .., I company
61 I I .brain In rend. about thin Andes l ling m.u hincry at the tnuiis for the; Know Hun's \Uanderine! from any drugstore
i iiolr. u ,.1 I llioiiKttt. I would try U. ly: thi' tlmoI
manufai t ui'e of giound phosphiteIhis . i and just try it.
I to I nl' used the" srennd! bottle It IIORIIIi
ro P"it, ( this adl"lhe\ >" \'I', lhidcrrit \
I I i,. Ito! .."' gaud vinl. I feel ib u It him. ompan is vow tii'i'lu'K'' ' and
I i! e iiian\ )lulioviis, III the I "... ..1'1..1.. I '"1 air. mo in nib Rood In iiiinN WIIVH selling larfe, piantitios of aery sal i,
.. tinni, O.cola l 1 tils. it I Elf IK1iI forward Ht//1.1
i II i ss i-y m\ riMin'v! and at I .
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penor\ grade of Inn lgiound
", i i iiimu\ flue ::0 i mm Hint N tlu lii'ii.l of'h very
J Ininst' t i MImil Imp; ..f.the board ? il.l....t and. most I..IIu'II11..1. inillvi which
j phosphate aciording to l 11.I I II
I lls". \\ ,' din tiiniuuis, of th' I Patinc0npaiy' ' tin-.to ..HIa numb 'i 1' ot t plias fit, i ill., ill *'. In nnotluT proof. thaI Andes ('o"ul.lr'O, .
: recently published sUiti :
I M' ", nltoad. !, and! fiom1)i I .x I'omtiHMilnR. Brent gaud among: I .
\1"| iis" | s i 'pit suns \\llil dt.it0! i to tote pistols '
nf IIIT"h... meal in the Lakeland
:1 (MI. n T"'I'g""l1m" is
) eiit Irutloolfor the flit III', nf Ihe this neck SAW MI llMACHINERY
pt. tneriing w is no oxioplion It Is now tiling IIHI'd In \the homoofi going:' to revolutionize the niethodsl
3 tins' Imn. nml MII i'ininilinr ('I\IIII'Y.! . n.i I Ii.S- than thru" ;ipplu ations I.i 11" 1I'r., law v or minister. mi r<'h.I/.I. of 1
i ilnml e"nlllly' 11I..1.. ,iiiul. all Unit fertilization in Florida and ut Hgrvnt
U j thi iii'\l I f.w( years \\ilj) sec it t line of 11',ing on lilo 'llu In.ml ufus .>d all i .In ..
not give their statements to the huMiig g to the grove owners and i
"' I foil, most. 1 towns in ( )Is,'ooli, ?aunty of llu'm and! amiomucil its )jlijluv asagainst l pnbltr.\ In l'rhah' glee,, their highest AND
truckers reducing their fertilizer
expenses ; .
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fif t TIlt'I i rru,, stato link of Ih. |Ihtie : t 4pu'paiodni "s" for the inih I .nilorponiont i'oiiKti'uctiv I '<>ti; Andes' iiH a tonic andI1 :' and! at the same time buildingup I ALL SUPPLIES

r ; ( Ili, hwav' ( lliotirno. Ki,'sinniiooI 1\ lair>ill' t Another nmnrkiihlo statement (tlin \'- their soils
I I the past neck wn that of Mr V. T i Wnie For DicesMd
I mail! ) whin totnplrlrdclll) diIt
1 I 1 I pass 1)'ollih'nr,
: ; says that he has u
.l4 Siuiwiloii, living I.lmonn this
near
J ti .. <'tlthioiiKh! Deer P"rk.hll'h will :''JIM JOHNSTON TELLS .countv. He salt For more than a I Ioir barge number of visitors to see the I I Catalogue

II\ .. II t a haul sui"fin.I'd hi>;hwii)' to \ I have HiirTorod n great dell from I beneficial results of his experiments

I' both. Mill.ouino: and. Kissimmoo, I'hoXM stomach trouble and was hardly everfiio Inold I which have been t
,I from indigestion After eating I accomplished
t 311 ,st( end of this mad. is nn'al\] I, NATURE 'FAKE'. STORY .. always have RIIA. on my stomach through the use of this, (finely ground' I Iv I

: ri; nliil up to within ?bout four milisof I and would belch up a front ..lpA1 1 also I ,
111'1"'n'd with hparl!>urn and was oxttfinelv -
r l i town and! will bo lomploted as '
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: nerxoiiH I felt like I tieoileil
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r t '" liinill\| as a WHIR. of some fifl>. I laboil Jim Johnston, the: goal l natureddeputy ..../nt.,thlnK for mHtotniich. and nerxenis I 1
.r y I clerk of the court, who is John I was lanKulil and tired out most THE ALL PURPOSE CHARCOAL STOVE
.I 'is ian do the work. Anotherwiidr
,I I I'i I"'r tr.t'1"'lItl'lIl1nt in this office, "f the time Mv: liver wn sluggish and
r h seasonill arc the tourist. I "iifTorcd with blliouRnpHH. At times I
t through' Poor Park ian nl way": bo counted! upon to tell a felt like 1 could not give my bunnesi"tho
passing on The
'N good: 1 story. but he has been I> the objectof attention that It nepilinl I began to Gem -
I : Dixie lIi.-h\\IIY ill tm".linrom th"1 no little "kidding' the result of rciiilntuiut Andes and the good tt was j jiloliiK
west, to the oast 'ioast and from In Tampa And nftrr talking itover ,
his lutoft Jim d..lnrN on his honor I
with wife decided that
my we
out initiations it Is i destined to be one ECONOMICAL DURABLE
; should. It. Ity the time I had fln- '
1 that he reintly set u hen with thir try
,. j I I..r. the most important towns on thispopular I I (shed my third bottle the stomach ;
J i, noss.statePRIZEOFFEREDBOYS highway. I ti'on eggs' ; that one of them went bad trouble.. and Indigestion tmd entirely
I nnd that he placed another in its disappeared. and an. for my liver. It acts /

t place. When the hen came off with just the emit fine has My Ron akin from hat cleared mv tonRue up midI and This little stove is built to stand 1 1sheet 1 'P-

j her flock of chicks there wag still ono do not have thnt .sluggish tired nilliono -

f \ I egg in the nest so Jim states nndthirteen feeling any more I hiivo used altogether rough usage -- made of strong II IIof
!! nvo bottle and I hate gained metal it will give the best 1 '
biddiesfollowed the hen liedefies
I In 1\.11. t could talk\ In ill
AND OF CITY J pounds you
t I{i I-1 r GIRLS ; nil explanations offered, such il.i>'. and wouldiit be nblo ti toll lion wear and service. It's much .
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grateful, I fool toward this medicine
ns the Inying-of another egg in thonost easier to handle than the old clay
If you hud seen mo ,before taklntf Andes -
R \\'. It :'ILlill"\ "'. of tHc MakmsotTIlatdwaio : by another hoi and he claims: '; you would not helots' me ti. be pot) and it will not crack or ,

his offend l 'I of the V.ii suae" mil n.
I miiipaiiv] a hilt 01 r" eggs I produced't\Vins.
I break. It will boil the weektswash
prim of :':vj -,Il to I tin I; boy 01 girl making : l'I"rl'1. \ are, jou can t f.guro; it tar !i i.lint Am! < Pr H'rplion; so highly

[ ; tin list |I"" for 'liiul honxi's." the if you w : 'it to. hut we Would'uggest 1 rcconuiunded liy I'apt I U). S :McKay heat Irons and! cook a meal ..

!. award to be made upon the dicisionof :' that l.e be let severely atone, I I of Tampa, iorida] is now on sale in with a very small amount of

i I .a committee named by the "Kissim- for the subject is becoming; almost .0 Kubimmce by the Corner. (Pug: : Store, charcoal; in winter it can be used for heating purposes.: No smoke, no odor'

j \ f i I II' j i meQ Audubon society. .\ t serious with him ns tho the exclusive, agent.1M1It01'hS. These stoves are very ornameqtal and are guaranteed to give absolute

1 >" H"1"j\ ; must be; completed and ready quest ion, ,\\a wi Presidji.t. Wilson. ] ('ITIWSG"R E"gently' satisfaction PRICE $1.50. For sale by all progressive dealers ,I
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I' r Oul'PoorerTreesOn
!r!: y ; take part in tht'.l"ontt.st are requestedt 1 to Urinp 3650 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville' Fla..
His 1
t Place at Lake
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.> their names to the menibei I Send For our flrn..ro" catoloaueatSEMINOLE..
report' .
'. I'1 of tho oinmittt**. which has boon I DIE DO IT THIS MONTH !I Ii Ilollingsworlh.Lil a

t : \ i :mud ti l \ :Mrs. J 1. :MNilUon.. jiu '.. ,. \."' thousands of others Or. W.

\ | ( I, , . .,fi nt of the .\inlubon so.....Iy. as I 'II: ('onibtar, who ow is n beautiful
l i If you are thinking of .shuffling:' off
l lollops pof I R :'II."n"! :M rsV home, jrr.\f and garden on l lake 1101-
4 1 tillI1I1Hlal coil, you'd better tin. it this
x' | | i 1 It! :V .ikis.\ 0.1 andl: r.. 11. c. :StanI lniAtvrth. a short distance from

.I j. :I I 1'.1, j i,, month I ,l.ikil.ii.l ame to Florida for, the" LIMITED
1'hr I lui'h cost of living"m; be .
ik 'a. hearth, ; of. his hoilth; Mis first \isit,
\\ rl 11 ry Ott now. but after Ibisn 1
Pig: )
I \ s i wuin 1'Mi'i: nnil the ihniat, wa\, siin
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J frownups'I KISSIMMEE BAND IS ',s' t''. Ih"1: of d} ing! will I I. in.ni -
' I 1 i ,u I hI' hi" lik.ug i that he went lice CilicagoSt.Louis o
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t : ( 1 hints. ,old.] h'' s fiim., and IM \mrust
I I ,' I t\ council it its moitin lastIllght .
\ : POPULAR IN ST. CLOUD 1 Infmuls la6i I : llollu
: IiilY\ nt.'d
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1 I. \ i nini :IC e to l u .
l l I .. , \\1.I fir.1 1 (0',11., 1 I"u'hl, llu ':<<.. eixn.-fmmA: .l P -
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i 1 "I' 1"1' i i I1 t l hI1'd.I u it''h : 'n i :ar jr ray
'iitJ11\ '! 1 for sin\ 'i "11':is 11" .41, ,r ;" i Icef sOUr) ,STEHL TP.I! INSCNIAGO
f. i i ,. ,. I *. "M vli .1 11, '
01'I i I i i 'mi -o in I ;
"I 1.1' i I' Kosohill: 10111 :t'r. .n the 6"f.:4: ((ca( 'c:;. 'dln1I3 ChairCampari
t. \ \ I I I I1. : '" .' t I to :s,, ( |I., .I| l 1'i, ,101.1\| NUMBER .40 FOR THE BLOOD
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HIT 1 'n ? r .. [5. .
\I: m i.1 tug' which will l 10. In :5u I the "fS/ ecy > j Car >rih{ and !
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.i 1 : .1 1 th, rf ,
I court'
? \ 11 s\ ;
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I 1 1.of 1 Liv in _\pi' il \ : : ( 1 O--S, ./'
I I ,.\ i 1 1ar ... . . , . .. j II
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.1 : t ; Ih. p. 1.;i. Oli I I\pirt: -'I"r,1"'I i i- }Ii'[mi"rs from tin I :-'un f r.rI(I UOlI.1Il;; ; :

i I't Ihrm' !g till. lAllllll' :; rt.0I, ii |1"-"t tI Mil.] "d.I "\ ', ., ''l, I'a ,Ml I ''I! -I ''pnt| ion. 111.1 I a 1' L.f.r Cor.C. .13 CaiSCHEDU l'.
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'Ii Ih I 1.,1 i ,,I 1\\.l1ty purrs :i st mi I." 11\0 .'. \ 1'f'I' volt I 2- pr.st'r11, '.11 i.,. Ih"urh.II-m, l in*. u'i' ,'r-. Ji"inpl.s - -

4' '. ,,1 I : I II.' .. , i ,,'i ...t't M I.un and 1'ei" nv I" will bo\ ncln at th,. South! i d 1 .ros. . eti 1 Urt; it it (Isiioli: Pharina I

II .1 :a i\ t .." .1' d'1 ''.\\ .' tin follow, rlt. in in mi and pi,til! :Isnt us \ '(.n a I cii.iian'ee' \ to atisfj f I''

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J I I t 1 .o l f. w.111-, "\\lien II"- MoonlirhtMn , asset .
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: i t i : \ \ n" i \\', 'iiulii, I : -(linen' .\lo'ij,) CARCONDALf "Si. I MIR'N 5415 s
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12.8 AM f 'JJ t iSP ON S'NQyON
;y I { i \ ; tin Jititlt0':, 1 I'sinitliA' : otk'-.trp. "It's For i Wear : :1lN JAJArv
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f', j )? :: | \ i :.:o linipttn.' 1 iMMiiiok.: ; Miiiitil Spring! ,:

:4. I 1 : \, ) l "all::. ":Mo\ wihirlit on the ::0-,1-; ,," ,,P (, it rouIIWINT VerAnv

\ \ I King, I : i.ig ":Mi nijihis' Hluos (111.111- .
4I 41 / ; IN TRC $Iw MRIOR (AP
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't : I : il\ l I. Our st1 p. "I ittlo. (3rav( Mo.thei We Have It i J.5CMGON 7.51 P.M, l.i. ,1. [DDR Dwnr0. i fN {t,

f.: \' i 11 ('o"1:1)) : soliition fiom the 'Old : frH z C$ I I f tpgINTN

: i I oiks" ( I ampi ) : niaiih.: : Kort! I,a\\'- (

: ton" \ :M..t 'au ha\ Our new line of spring merchandiseis I S 57 PM, 1)-l aAIN'INR 'i aC I I'RR .'ie
1o III< o'sIA' n '
.\ largi* iriSw.l jrithorod ti> enjovtin now on our shelves. I / 1 1 1o

and horsed tlnir I 'IN
; ; l ( musii npproiiaturn / i

: | I: ) of tlu numbers b\' their hearty We have everything for men women I IRMINgNAM tl s
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I I i i ; t 1 I, ippTuusi The M'.h'"Io", 'Its So and children.
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: 1 I I r..rnl'llI1.) ":Moo',)hirht! on the :Nut-; ? ( ,(.MC,1'sOIA 4 i

t ( I Mtniphit him."s" and "Songs From We Want You to See N' .'i t.NS4'IUNO't L"U5Ru1 b oluMaua ::1. ;,.

t the Old I oiks. proxid so popularthat NIP, n N 1 t o 7711.i'a I'

t \ tin bund, )generously JU\'I1.1I11: Our Stock Any How ALBANY 1'w5raoss

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I Come in and look it over whether you i{ 4hlp ," l ii II I
y 1RAN I11 'R'' (III IINifNl nl

; ; : MOOSE PLAN FOR BIG want to buy or not.Don't 1I ION at.oa..NOw Yet I''

ml
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fail to sec our new spring line of a pIII; IP NrvRrRO 1 :
ON MACH 27The t I r :
i BANQUET shoes for cvery| member of the family. I L E'I II Ib ;
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Lv. .JACKSONVIL:. 9.00 p M I'' I r.II r.
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local I Moose lodge( is planning T GOOD GOODS II AR. ALBANY , 2.30 AJA ''I I '
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t a big banquet to take place in Mak- 'I An. COLUMBUS. 6. I IO A.M I pll ..... iJ I j .J

in son's hall on the night of Monday, I + PRICES RIGHT II I'I An.Air ST.BIRMINGHAM LOUIS . 12.25 PM II; III ?"?r '

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March 27th This banquet will rele- .. AN. CHICAGO AMe. I u

J brate t the close of the membershipcampaign 3oedefuled .20 A.M II
II infornuti n. orSlee tng4r I I "\
i I which Jias been going on H. C. STANFORD COMPANY I!I mervilona 4'-.Jz erect a. 1 ' I ..
I A W."ItITOT. D...... I ,
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for some time and which ends on JACK. G"KIItIf\.NlD e.a.5 I 'iti,
I'' .J :.Y\l5IT tr 0s NI' ,
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1 ,?'arch 21*. The lodge has been d'il) 1'! f,eIUplhl'yliWUUUkdUllNIIItlIIiIUq"IIIIllhll f

'e '! Jtfdedinto'' two .groups: who .are en-. /' ( : \ Ilnl IIIIIV4INIIII' 1IIIIIIII"'iI{ < phm' III I I I W'.J\ i

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Board will seta new date-tor the pro.. Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Masser agreed with him':'that the Uwwould board should: rescind' iu former action
If'D-fiOTEDLEADERS OF ANn SALOON posed election, at least a month later ((9260,000.00)) Dollar lamed for the, not permit such action. !in. eaUInr the election and delay
than the one originally named In order purpose of constructing hard surface the the
At this juncture ,speeches were taking' of ballot thirty days,
FORCES IN U. S. TO SPEAK HERE that the whole body of citizens roads. made to the board by Messrs. George regardless-.of what the lawyers riaim-.
:l'i' : Who are interested may"have\ an 'opportunity And Whereas. at the same time Slrig-letary; J.. M. Johnston and G. B. ed was the law. He charged that the
\ ,- to vofe ,,upon the question this Board being theiT\"'in adjourned ,Woodall; who were prevent in behalfof commissioner. had often evaded the
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J,. at the Poll*. In making this request meeting, the said Petition was read the plan for postponement.) law ,and as he termed it "beat the
i I am sure that I am speaking for'm' and ordered filed and the Clerk was Mr. Singletary declared that he devil around the bush." But, he said,
'f considerable body of public opinion.I instructed'to check the said petition could understand law, which it seemed that they did not Want to
pot a
; ., am satisfied that many of those who with the records of his. office, and ascertain would thus permit, the disfranchisement find a way to get around, the law in
.., )i'-. :- the date of the election 'do' so report thereon at the regular meetIng and that he could not stand Idly by the board should postpone the election
without regard to partlculr : of'the' Board in March. In'
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any order to give tall
and allow such 'a thing to be done person.
i' stand that they take the i And Whereas,'at the.regular meetIng "
may upon without offering a'protest. lie de-' qualified opportunity, to pay .teir
J1., Issue involved therein. Whether or i -of the Board of County Commissioners glared that he did not .accuse the poll tax* and take a chance on the '
. ot-a speciat'road-distrlrt;-1s'-created" 'x f Osceola-County;-Florida, 'commissioners, ofbeing' a P.rty to quell lon'Qt legalIty. of the procedure.
and whether or not .bonds are votedto for March, namely on the 6th day of ,G.. B. Woodall was also a speakerwho
such .movement, bub, that bethought
f c. be issued!, it seems' to me, and to I March A.: D. 1916, the faid Clerk.did any there had been behind urged\ the board to act. He ar- "
i'I .tliosjB who think! with me, that fairness j j report I the Said petition to be correct, the movement who knew some In advance j' guM that any thing the board had
tI. ;" _,' demands that the whole number I!|and'' the said Board did thereupon order that such would, be the case.: ,iila I j done, it could undo. lie mentioned
!; \ of those persons, who are citizens of an election to. be held in accord. I I' the '"famous resolutions" passed 'by'
!' I Singletary grew eloquent and 1 made
Hie county and who can qualify for |lance with the request included in the" I an Impassioned appeal. He added Ithe state executive\ committee and
j ::. the election should be heard (in the petition, and :did designate the time :' later that he had made a premisewhen I called attention to the fact that they ,", I
I' :decision thereof. I for the holding of the same as the were rescinded when popular pinion
all of the the I
'county except
I respectfully submitted 15th day'of April,' A. D', ,1918. ,! t
' Very Third' District was included in the was shown to be against them. lIe t
JAMES M. JOHNSTON 1 And Whereas, now at this, 'meeting,
a argu/sd that the same could be dyneby
r I call instead of only the First and)
.1 I it has been called to the attention of commissioners.. .
1 Clerk Overglreet also read the following Second Commissioner's ,Districts, I
t "..'. ,..,'.., ,' letter from G.: B. Woodall: I j II this board, thnt .an election held at, that he would not offer any legal I The board seemed a unit in its de- >
such
date would result in
an early "do
; j 'Vndraticc to the should' the bsire.'to something in the. matter b
k" Kissimmee, F., 3, 13, 16. : the of plan,
unnecessary disqualification 'but"
: voters the bond isnuc. This relying upon the. advice of its ;
f. THE ZION JOHN G. WOOLLEY To. the Honorable Bond' of County approve
DR. GEO. W. MORROW vry many citb.ens-of: the county, by
refused to take action.'UGRIPPlfAND .
attorneys,
he would 1 l then and any'
promise, he.said,
World-Fumed Orator, Lecturer, National Lecturer' Anti-Saloon Commissions. I reason of the fact that the call was '! ---,." ,
";. r Journalist; !; Reformer. League. of America Gentlemen, : first published in the newspaper on there publicly withdraw because he '
: I had oxspecletl to met with felt that he would not be a man unless I FEVER CURED
) you Friday, March the 10th, A, D. 1316,.
-- to day but I am in bed sick and am and that the legal period allotted for he fought the matter to the last I "Your Quuk's Chill Tonic cured my

J 'l:, iron. John G. Woolley New York great, .greater rather, than Wendell writing.. you. I paying poll taxes, in the case of property resort. husband of LaGrippe and Fever after 9
1 .' ,Oity will address a union mass meet- j bril-liant I!: I My object is to ask you to extend owners wishing to participate! Mr. Johnston also addressed the I the doctor's medicine and other remedies
; ... ing in tho interest of state and national at Phillips; I think more brilliant the date for the bond election one in the election expired on Saturday, board with evident feeling upon the | failed."
prohibition to be held in the :: his conviction is as intense, he is I month in order to give ,the people in March 11th, A. D. 1916, matter, following out the lines of his LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla.
\ Methodist church Thursday, March and the Rural districts a chance to coma: letter. lie argued, however, that the j .
I as convincing, far more, persuasive j And Whereas, it is the sense of this Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.
'; 2Srd, at 7:10:: p. m. This meeting is''' since for the most part free, as in and pay there' poll tax, there by Board that all persons' who by the -- - ... .
,I.held und?r the auspices of the Florida Phillips never was, from acrid peer qualify to vote. !i payment of Poll Taxes can become - e
.. i Y Anti-Saloon League. The citizens of Ronalily, and he has an occasional You call the election for April the i I eligible trf vote in the election. should .
1 'A Kissimmee and vicinity are highly play of saving humor which Phillips 15th and in doing so you have, (;om. I be given an opportunity so to do.
favored in having Dr: Woolley present seemed to lack capacity of. plyed with all t.he'laws on the subject ']I Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, by ;
i these live topics for their con- ,I I i Rev. James M. Barkley, D. I 1)., Detroit but according to the law it the Board of County Commissioners
sideration. W. II. Jones, Esquire, ex-Moderator Presbyterian ottomaticly fixed last Saturday the of Osceola County, in special 'session i
chairman of the county Anti-Saloon i General Assembly says of Dr. Morrow last day to pay poll tax and as tho duly called, all of the members, of the
League, is' in charge of the local arrangements : country people are bussy with there'',: Board being present and voting on .-
,' I Dr. George: W. Morrow is one of farm work many of them having no ,1[! this resolution, that the date heretofore Three Trains Daily to Chicago
Mr. Woolley will be accompanied the strong campaigners of the National wa/ to find out with out being told'' fixed for the holding of the said I
by; Dr. George W. Morrow, also a I Anti-Saloon League Associated : by some one else will be disfranchised election, namely the 15th day of The Southland-New all-steel year-rotmd train to Chicago
noted national lecturer of the Anti- I with the lion. John G. Woolley, in the bond election unless the April, A. D. 1916, be and it is hereby Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Louisville, Cleveland and
.t Saloon League of America. he has crossed the continent twice in time is extended.' Gentlemen give changed and altered to the 15th> day Grand Rapids Leaves 8:20: P. M. y
Speaking of Mr. Woolley, Pro. the past two years speaking in the them a fair deal it is bad enough to of May, A. D. 1916, and the Attorney Dixie Limited-Fastest service; only through morning
William C. Wilkinson, of the University interest of the movement for National put a special road tax on them with of the Board is.hereby instructedto departure for Chicago from Jacksonville; only train but one
of Chicago, said: Prohibition and everywhere the largest out their consent but it is worse to prepare for the signature of the I Leaves.9:35: A. M.
.
Here is a man who has chosen I auditoriums were crowded: to hear put a bond issue on them without Clerk and Chairman of the Board a Dixie Flyer-Famous all-the-year steel train for Chicago ..
Bobly, wisely, disinterestedly, nay, to them. It is in the advocacy of nationwide ,giving: them a chance to vote yours new call for the said election stating via Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville and Evansville. Leaves
his own Loss perhaps, in bringing his prohibition that he will ad- truly. therein the altered date thereof, and Jacksonville 8:30: .P. M. u

splendid intellectual powers and lay dress the great mass ,meeting in our G. B. WOODALL. publish the same in accordance With Two Trains Daily to St. Louis IIWnI: a
them them all
ing ,
laying unreservedly I law. a]
upon the altar of this sanifice'l city.Mr.. Morrow is a most earnest, After the reading of the two letters & Three Daily f for New Orleans

,i Wendell Phillips did not ) energetic and forceful worker in the County Commissioner Young Tindall It was then that the storm broke. Dixie Limited 1 I. five hour fastest train to St Louis, only one night from ll.
dedicate himself to the cause of'anti- cause which he has espoused. I have introduced the following resolution: Chairman Lesley stated that he, Jacksonville. Leave 9:2 A M St Louis Express runt the year round i
'I slavery than has John G. Woolley heard him before great audience; Resolution. with the rest of the board, was 'in by way o*Montgomery Nashville I Wnd Evansville. Leaves 8:20 P. M.
,ledicaled himself to the cause of pro- and he was like a lion waked out of Whereas, on the 19th day of February favor of a postponement of the elec- All-steel electrically lighted fiainc" drawingroom compartment and observation S
.. -ibition. Antislavery was a great a sleep. I have met him once face to A. D. 1916, a petition, signedby tion for thirty days in order not to chc ice of.:eepett route and comfoi of trains.table coaches For reservations al' meals l,schedules in L. 6t ,N.dining etc.,address cars +
human need, but prohibition is a hu- face and he was as gentle as a woman. twenty-five ((25%) per cent of the disfranchise any persons entitled to
' man need ,greater: rather than less lie has the spirit both of fair- registered free-holders in Commis vote, but that he had been informedby H. C. Bretney, Florid Passenger Agent
,. John G. Woolley a champion, not less has never! been able to unharness him. 1'>. of Osceola County, Florida, was board, that such steps could not be i

4. A A _____ ______________ _____. presented to this- Board, petitioningthis taken legally. Mr. Cadel explainedthat '1
n Board to call an election for the he had searched the special law
EF-FoRT-isnMADE-i- I proposed, district upon the issue involved purpose of determining whether or on the creation of special road and I
not the territory included in the said bridge districts and that he was firmly -
i l I respectfully request that your Commissioner's District Number 1, convinced that such! a step was not e
POSTPONE ELECTION I Honorable Board consider, the matters 2, 4 and 5 of Osceola County, Florida, possible, but that to' makesure he
",' herein before suggested, and, in should be constituted a Special Road had conferred with Attorney L. C. b

.' I view thereof that your Honorajble : District, and! Bonds ,in, the amount of Massey, of Orlando,\and that Mr.
I (Continued from pane 1) _

,, At this juncture: Clerk .Overstreet ---z';, : ." , ... . I .
I' read the following letter from James ", fI .' 'b<" ",," >1;; I Fresh Vegetable. Eggs I .

H. Johnston which was along the I
4 same line: : and ButterWe

1 '. Kissimmee, Florida, I
March 14th, 1916. RI have added these articles to our line of

.' To the Honorable Board of County I NEE FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK 1
Kissimmee Osce-
Commissioners, ,
HAMS BACON BOLOGNA MUTTON ETC:
Florida. ,
ola
t County, try s4's; n' ,'1//1'"
Gentlemen: ) 1 Call Phone 209 for your wants

At your meeting on March (Gth! / in these Hues.

,i, ;, you called an election for the pur- f LIBERT I

pose of determining whether Spe- CENTRAL MARKET
; cial Road District should be created,
< I which should include all of the territory I
in Osceola County except that d F c "Il1/ftPI.;

'. contained ,in the St. Cloud Road District 8 "sale, the national
J of / --- -- -- - -' --- -- i
and for the further purpose 9t/a joy smoke
'.> determining whether the said Special y.,; ,' riW C. A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN Secretary.
'.: Road District! shall issue Bonds in
.'( the amount of Two Hundred and 4 -
'
;' Fifty Thousand ($250,001),00)) Dollars / ,.t Nd, > 1 i is the real The Waters & Carsonl

y 1 foe the construction of hard surface ,!, 'n iI tobacco for
,t 1 roads., Tho call for election was Ret .
jimmy pipes
; I down for April 15th, A. D. 1916. and makin's
.
'
I Grocery
e Under the law, property owners, cigarettesGet Company
who wish to vote in the election, must
f have their Poll Tax paid by the second _
Saturday in the month preceding Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROC'ERI'ES
; the month of eltction. In this

J particular case, therefore, they must
r. make such payment on or before .
'" March 11th. The first publication of Fresh Start !
i .,; the notice of the election was madeon .- a
Friday, March 10th. It is very .
'i ,,. probable that the papers containing For men who got away to a false start on a pipe o. + + + 0 + + + 0 00 + + .+ ** * * * * 0000 * {

k this notice did not reach the far ends or home-made cigarettes Prince Albert has a word 0 WE SELL: .: WE BUY: ** ?
of the County, by the time that the or two for what ails their smokeappetites I :.. + *
j period allotted for the payment of P BAY + + +

Poll Taxes. had expired. Forget you ever tried to smoke for Prince Albert is so .0.. GRAIN ++ *+ HIDES. +

id. ', If the above facts have not been different such a fine flavor so cool and, cheerful and .. + FURS ++

9, before now called to your attention, friendly, ycull get a new icca! of smoke joy I The patented 0.. FERTILIZERS + +
; \jjjf you can readily see, now that you + WOOL
consider them, the patent injustice, process fixes that-rand cuts out bite,and parch! i ... SHINGLES + + .
.
+ -
\, t resulting: from disqualification of so And this little preachment is also for men who thinkthey're :.. ORANGE BOXES. + AND ++
f. voters, who by of ..
many payment
the + + ALL + ;
on right track. All to be said is that the
tt their Poll Taxes, would be eligible sooner 0. ORANGE WRAPS *, + +
J.;i to vote. You can see how unfairly you lay out a nickel or a dime for a supply'of Prince : + COUNTRY:

uJ j it operates upon the citizens of this Albert, the sooner you'll make a discovery' that'll be 41 VEGETABLE CRATES ++ ++ +
PRODUCE +
county resident the outlying: di.tricts. .- worth a lot to your peace of mind and CRATE NAILS .* +. ;
; ",":*'" Property owners. in Whittier BoMA'lwc.UUeJwl _Q .*,w*r tongue I :, ?+ +
r1.Bas enger. who had not paid ..:.da I lih... 41, 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + * * * * * * * p
", Poll Taxes before notice of the t:.rda.-.ad-t.16--:10.: : Get the Idea of smoking all want 1
fii f -.". ....., you ._ .... .. .. ...... W. sell field and garden se.d. of all Had. '
et ethJ( reached them are unable to :;,A = =_ without a cozneback-that' P. A.I t.110. :..__.-.1_wr-r.......
y participate A referendum of this tJ.f .... Ur er selaraq .dtilr..i.... Wi (r*'. special attention to fitting out buntiig and caaapiag partte*.
..d1Nr.kw RJ1tLYltODSTOaACCACO.WIst.wl.agNC.w eiwf Frs .
in Emits.
character does not the true delivery city TWoae No. 12.
express #
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*' of DM property: owner of th. We we ont7 tgeats for food ..u.... Ak US for circular tad pricW.

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Gazette plant, in tire way of better lines of communicationand can' remedy this detect by returning' their congressman .'I .
The Kissimmee
r-i Valley travel. These stockholder believe and we [ for a second term. ,

> agree with them that there are great benefit to Why should Congressman Sear be voted out I before ,11.. SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

.......... mesa Feiaas.Odle. accrue from the investment They believe that. he has had (fair trial', -simply to give a trial
l' I. Warty. ........ Vtmt\tmr KL.1..e., Fl.. to "obtain these benefit the investment must be to some other man?. .j AND OSCEOLA COUNTY ;
s' I
\ made at once, before' their ''company (the county)- Forrest' Lake and Dr. 'Fogarty may be men of I: i' ;
\* f s.; B. MAURI AND m. o.B. YAO.lUaW, ow.ere.; . . . . . . . .... ,
i is outstripped 'by ltd'other companies. (the other but have - - - -
Il" ..: congressional ability, they not been tested ..O.I OOOO OOOV"009V'll'--.9..VIll"" .,
cIt K..71AVCL. 1 4I.."...* .... .. oo.oo.t..OO..O OOOO :: 1
counties). We have naught to say against them and to far a* 1. the town
Is good gets the
rf,>/ '" t SI' MMirl.UM liateaipy. We realize that the work could possibly be done we 1tnow.they are good democrat, good citizen, I Fred Bass ran for mayor of Kis- pression visitor '''
1 t,; ;,11 I I' 0.. One Tear -.....__.-..____.__.-__.., I-.110 by direct taxation but thus' it would be and might{ make good However simmee,.as usual,-Orlando Rsporter-J: jump on the immediately J
'I e Oa Copy 81.l Month. ............__...._.....< 1.00. so scattered congressmen. The itinerant showman decks the' en'd
Vn, .e Copy Three Month ..___.____-_.....+___-__ .711 over a long period 'of years that the benefit there i i. to our, mind no reason why we shojld. cast Star.. trance of his dime museum wthgaudy

r'+: slow in coming, would be offset by the improvements out Congressman Sears before lie has been givenan i -;+-t.kissimmoe banners* and many lights and
All oommsinfcallon., except from our authorised A 760-acre form In the
; how whit he
f made surrounding counties We opportunity to 'can'dq just Uo
.orr *pond rnt., mu>t be Mlitnod by the writer. by can 'not has been sold tot $80-' finds that it pays well. ':Making the"
1 1 Rejected. matter will not 'returned unless. called i afford to wait when all. Florida ii going ahead in give them the same opportunity. neighborhood to by rail boat.:
a city ,
'' entrance
or
for. I the matter of good roads. We must have them a* --.. .. 000. Some< farm; home price-Tam-,. I I attractive might be 'useful 'j
it paTimes roadway ) 'a
pOIIIOrnee.ln soon. as possible! or drop .out, of the" race for inve.tors' : FLORIDA LEADS' NATION
(lCnt: -i-d In the Klsalmmee; Florida THE . and valuable. At any rate the. work ,i
r ae .econd-cla! matter.* and new settlers. It is- all right to talk -+-
-:- theprize1 i 10f the .Woman's cluV-of-Stuarb-will-
Clark Howell I is' tJTa name pf
r FRIDAY. MARCH 17. 1916. about waiting until we get more people first but Economic writers, students of development and strawberry grower tit KisKlmmee I.'not be amiss and may, be of great
'
the fact of the matter
is that we will not get them
experts in agricultural progress are'unanimous in who has sold over five thousand value.,Florida Times-Union.: > (.
e', unless we keep up with t the procession i in the matter I _
their' If
that the ? }
predictions greatest era of growthis from his atch." Come to -rON I i
Not even (lie road bond election can make us of road building., They'll. go somewhere! else yet to come in Florida. They make such quarts match WITH TilE ROADS / ,
hard to
s .forget slogan."Bulkhead Lake Tol\ol'\ >ekaliga." wher! improvements have been and being predictions scratch, we'd judge it
our area despite t the statements, that Florida is already this patch.-Orlando Reporter-Star. Board of County Commissioners* ,
-- : :-- made. I j outstripping the nation in her growth and i -* now advertising for sale $350,000 of JI j

We also favor bonds, because they mean. more Because we wish to be fair in all our argumentsfor development.The I Telling -that the Stuart Woman rood bonds of the DeLand-Lake He). ""'*

good road, but we want free and open 'discussion the bond issue We. wish to call attention to an latest of the writers i is Barton W. Currie who club hud taken aver the matter of I en road district. The bonds will be '
thereon. Write opinion refrain from error in our figures in an editorial last week. We I sold next month. The month following '
< <, us your per I was sent to Florida by the .Country Gentleman and beautifying the grounds nround the I ,
; ) sonal invective or incrimination and we will be; glad stated (then that the 'taxes paid for hard-surfaced' who wrote for his magazine follows: I', passenger station in Stuart, the Kis- bids will be received for the building *\

to publish it whether favorable to the bond issue roads .thi5 year amounted to $36,000. This was simmee Valley Gay.etto I nays that the : <>( the roads---some, forty miles of
A good millions of who do not know i
many us
or against it. I an error and in order to correct that error we will j example miirhfwell\ 'followed elsewhere 'cm. Work will be pushed during the 'I{
the and who
South have calmly blundered ahead t
.
... make the argument anew with correct figures. i I de- and by next foil Volusia
- I in our. mistaken view of the South and its "The grounds about the I summer ?
If feed diet of and Under the special state law Osceola resources of the first which county aught. / to have R me' roads for *
you want to upon a politics .county assessed and progress, are waking to a realization of our I pot any city are I
motion pictures, go to Jacksonville. That's all you I seven mills for hard-surfaced roads last folly. .' greet: the visitor's eye.: First impressions home folk and tourists.DeLand:
On a valuation of $5,720.667 that fund | and 1 unit if the im- j New
hear' in the date metropolis at present. Every man year. are lasting .
During the decade the South has '
: past outstripped'
you meet l lias his idea of the various political contests -1 amounted $40,044.66; From this amount must _ i
otl\er sections of the United States in the increase of I II _ '*
j nn.n -
\' and helaethat i i i/ become be taken for the of this argument the
Jacksonville / I sure to -, purpose :
the pirates! motion picture making cenler in '' amount ,paid by .the taxpayers of the Third Com I educational facilities and during the next, decade I iI I e'' BvTd fiJerts i. C-}4S..:}5s.{:.:+:..x-l py4.fi3: ; :-

t the world I' missioner's District which has been' eliminated by I the advance in this direction will be in greater pro- t (,

."I.t - .. .. -- the creation! of a !special district.; !: __The.: district paid I portion."The low cost' "of land and the' lower. cost of | : Letters From Our Readers ; ;;

The Central Florida I Highway Association which Ion a valuation ol about Sz./LMJ.lKJIJ and the taxes [ i I t
I* I living in the South will swing the tide of native
Ti had d. bnlh. Fossimmee last will hold amounted to 15400. Taking this amount from .j
in spring Ihe $40,044.66. have left 24644.66 the I immigration into the Southern states." . . . . _ . . . . . . L.LL.L.-. _.
we as ""
a meeting on March 22 at Ocala. It is to be I 'ap4PWK 4i'4sti c cvwr.rTHE --.r rrr-i'VV"

hoped that a number of Kissimmee and Osceola I amount paid by the remainder of the county, which Florida's.: population _as. .given by the United BOND ISSUE' I| opportunity to be heard, they will' call ..
I under the proposed district plans would be includedin ;oiates: 1 mil I census is /DZ.OI' '
'I. an increase since the
folk will go: to Ocala on that occasion and take To the Tax Payers of Osceola Coun- off this election and proceed to giv(*
e :I r part 11the meeting. We should not forget our the territory bonded for 250000.: Besides this census of 1900 of 224,077, or 42.4 per cent, as I proper notice.

"child"o there was, of course the general road fund tax of against only twenty-one per cent for the' United ty : i| .J,
soon. Occupying as I do the position of Ala later Mate, through the columns -
. I 3 mills which will probably be continued but States as a whole. ,
Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court of of the Valley Gazette, I expect 7 1
which will have nothing 15 do with this argument. Of Florida's entire population 219,080, live in I
r it .is certainly carrying coal to Newcastle whena ; The first year after the bonds are issued the county cities and incorporated towns of 2,500 inhabitantsor j" Osceola (county and being in position to give a series. of articles dealing },Ii
i 1 the affairs of the 'on the merits of this bond
be well
vaudeville troupe from California ina to posted on propose : <
appears
I would be called upon lo pay exactly $25,000 to I II more while 533.539. or 70.9 per cent live in
theater and nexhibition well as being a'tax payer issue. In the meantime I desire the ',"
county as
J Jacksonville gives a of I
for the retirement rural For confirmation of
I care of the bonds falling due territory.: these and other |
and boxes myself, I feel it duty to call your : people to stay the proceedings until ,I
packing oranges making orange as was !' and the interest. This is. just\ $355.34 more than I facts about Florida's rapid growth see the United my (
the case last week. Seems we can see the hand |I' would be paid for the hard-surfaced road fund States census. attention to the danger!: which now such a time us they can hear the arguments -

of those clever<< California advertisers in this matter j confronts. you in the placing of an / for and against the said '
and the From this it be
be
amount to paid annually would be reduced -I must concluded that the prin- ,-
a Jacksonville theater and gives an exhibition of I improper bond issue upon,; the ('oonty.Wlt.h issue. JAMIOS: M. JOHNSTON.
until.! within a few years we would be paying. cipal industry' and the most profitable for the peo- .
statement I | - --
this
; no mention is made of any orange-growing county I a great deal less than under the direct taxation I ple generally is farming cattle raising and dairy- preliminary ,
attention the
except California. wish to call your to action
plan. Even the first the increase would be ing.
\ year so
._ of the Hoard of County Commissioners -
: ; l small that lo many of the taxpayers it would The general character of Florida agriculture isindicat..d CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
at their r'l'ellmeelinlt'
Military training is good for any young man amount to fractional cents. by the fact that nearly one-fourth of the
and especially should it be good in these days of total value of in 1909 At the meeting/ of the Board of
And the main point of the argument remains thai crops was contributed by I
"preparedness talk. Young men of Kissimmeeare we would have the roads completed within a short potatoes and other vegetables about one-fifth by County Commissioners. on March (fi, ]I Tin- ('hl"l" lan Kndoavor: theme for ",
now planning the formation of a military fruits and about j 1916, upon a petition<< special election |I "
nuts one-sixth
,
time and.be enjoying the benefits therefrom in- by cereals and next Sunday is (;Jotting Power from "
and in fact all of the preliminaries have I| I was. called for the of
company about one-seventh purpose "
The
stead of waiting some fifteen or twenty to get I by cotton. remaining twentyour I I Our I"ledge( and i.s to be consideredh..nt.rary 1
| years !
been arranged. Just as soon as the is voting bonds. to the amount of $250-()
company ; the
I Ithe same system of roads by the direct taxation I per cent of total consisted mostly of i 'I'Ull \ mcmbcrss meeting. #
sanctioned by the state authorities drilling will be 'plan;' and allowing our neighbors to profit by our I i: grains and seeds (other than cereals), forest products 000.00 on the peoplp of Osceola county I j i Suppose; ItU" thought by subject .,;
started. We hope that every young man who can and I outside of District No. :3; un eleclion -
i sugar crops. makerthat the lungexpcrieneniworkers
non-progressiveness. i I
u''I will, join the company and lend his support to make ---: : : .1| I The total wealth of the state in the form of I having/ been previously called: in \ should] lie able to show 1 ho r
it a success. said district No. ::1 and having been ':
farm in 1910 was )
property 143183000. Of this keeping.IIH' pledgebrings power lit
. i SEARS AND OPPOSITION I more than four-fifths is in the form of land and voted upon. <'hnstuin. living. ...
Fred M. Allen oho recently went I to Orlando -: :- buildings valued at $118.146.000 The board called the election forth I I ...
: I from St. Augustine to accept a position as associate Congressman W. J. Sears who because of the I II 799.838 in 1900 increase of 169.6 as against $40.- 15th of April. According to the i I I Th St. Augustine( Record hacfnews ,

1. i editor of the Reporter-Star has moved up fact that he has lived in Kissimmee practically all i t..n an per cent in laws. of Florida this only left until fnim CreM-ent, li (One) item y

again. lie has just been selected as secretary of i I of his life is called "Our Joe" is face to face with The years.value of Florida's twelve leading diversified :March 11th for those wishing to par- isiucl that a Sunday drool was organized :- .r

;; the Orlando Hoard of Trade at a salary of $150' opposition for a second term in Congress. Dr. J. I to of the including iticipal.1 in this election to become in January. Now, why not let ,
crops common most not I
; per month. Newspapermen seem to be especially I"N. Fogarty, of Key West, was the, first to announce citrus fruits increased from country$6,677.000 in- qualified. The first notice of this it lie (Christian Kndvavor I: next Sunday 1

fitted for such work and.Mr. Allen is no exception his candidacy for the! position., Now comes For. 1899 to $15,104,000 in 1910 a gain of 126 election appeared in thenewspaper "I j schools are usually the forerunner "lJ

to the rule. He is a hustler from the word go and a rest Lake of San ford, representative from Seminole against only eighty-one cent for the' whole percent on March 9th. The last day to qualify in all church work. '

booster of the first water. We predict for him a county in the state legislature. I country. per .was :March llth. The newspapers I The! West I Palm Beach workers of 'i';

J successful career in hit new position. It is to be regretted! that the American schemeof In the ten years' 1900 (,o 191'0 the increase in the did not reach the country precincts the Congregational church! are rightly -

', ," : :--::...-' " politics insofar as Congressmen are., concerned value of farm lands in the (United States was. I 118 until :the night of Saturday, March (proud of ,their' cord,' as large an

'jhe: Orlando' Reporter-Star. speaks thusly of fne' practically forces a representative of the'people to per cent, and in Florida 203"per cent. The"" value llth, and In' tha lower part' ot theeounly''tnot at ndlt'.1ee.'at.' ;'their-' prayer meetings .1'

r "' racefoi) congressman'lnltheiFourth' I ?I Districtf;a t.+t"rr fight 1fori- h s.right lo' represent them before he has of-farm' buildings in i the United ,States' in' that time : :' .'.unJit "Monday,')J.hg jI3th,', 'as' fpr tit!. ,4'; rDi-Ly.u ever hear'of ,

Forrest Lake is being .urged to make the' race hardly learned the streets of.the capital city. Con- increased seventy-seven' cent and in Florida or ?Tuesday;"the ;!14thf;''consequently siich\ a'thrng 1'ywherct I else ? ,0'T

for congress for this district. Also Sam HJburn gressman Sears has been in Washington] asa representative ; 144 per cent. you c,n see what an' in just ire is''be The business meeting for March in

is being urged. Mr. Hilburn has definitely announced of the Fourth District less than six I The value of farm implements and machinery ing done to the people in the lower t the St. \Petersburg Presbyterian 10. '

that he will not be a candidate tins year months yet he must soon give 'an account of his <: in the country increased sixty-eight per cent be I part of the county; in the calling!: of so.-Ufty' was line of the "best ever" {i'i '1,

The Reporter-Star doesn't regard Mr. Fogartyj" stewardship and devote al least a part of his, tween 1900 and 1910. and in Florida 126 per 'this election without proper notice.1'he I II attendanceMuch: interest is hown u ,

t candidacy \\ilh. much interest t. or apprehension.: I time to the political details of a campaign for re- cent. I I Itoard of County Commission. 'nnd I Inin-* officers' are trying hard t.)

i The Key West: 1 candidate. may be ever so' capable I election. We believe that Congressmen should be In 1900 the resources -of the national banks of 1 1n.* nv-t WIfar.h! J 14th, and I appeared to get the work in good shape ;!ojI {

b but the (act thai. he kites: in Key West t is enough to'' allowed at t least a second term, in order that the .the State amounted lo'$8rl7,7031; these resources I !, with a Dumber of prominent cillZens I J hi SI I ( '1ou,1.) some young girls. has' .

defeat I Inm. ll'c island 1 cityis\ loo remote from district which 1 sends them may I have the benefit of now amount to about 60000000. The individual I of the. county, and\ filed a written a siiii-liine, \vciik called the "t'riseill.'i\ ;iIfdul

other section* of the district for a candidate from the services; of a man who knows his job. It takes deposits of the national banks rose from $6.435,000: protest, lrginthe/ Hoard to postpone .." "a1.It't''I'k 1 &; ('o. and I

that. I"calli(1)1\ : alive to the mlcre-.li. (if the other at least one term so members of the national in 1910 lo $32,035,000 in the latter part of 1912, the t'lc-ctiiin, until a future (list C, i 1: :Mn ,itgnmeiy Ward I & t'0. gave them ,

pail nl. the dl
,' are its 'pt-nple., thev' don't have contact sufficienllv to place lure>elf in a ,position to be of service to the deposits in the other banking institutions rose from for the )bond', or tho: who -oppoMthni a11,1I| --ilc. !I .., not this| | something

close and olten v\ith other people lo bt" in touch peopla he represents' and to the nation as a whole. $3. 14.000 in 1900 to $28.683.000 in 1912.In n chanrito! qualify, and be, in iiiMmnier. , t the sun' ?! Usual way is j'

with what. is transpiring or what is expected to Probably this is a 'conditIOn that should not exist 1890 there was 2,400.miles of railroad in this j position to express their views on for. us I.. buy apron| ginhams!: in Chicngo. .- i

happen' or to Arrive at a basis. of causation much but it does exist and since it does, the: districts which. stale. In the next ten years the increase was to the liuittrr \\ IK'II it ,comes up lic-fo, e "nut) to gel it 1ls ? jjjft for our. !

i lets to 'lake any intimate or fundamentally eflecti are continually chang.ng their representatives' suf- 3.2J6) miles, or a gain of only 760 miles. But in them in the election.] Upon advice, 1 cherislmf I""ll'"I" -'nt plans. Surilv i i.

\'a purl in af( irs. If it should happen! that any- fer. Suppose the president of the United Slates the last twelve' years there has been a gain of | from their attorney t the board refusedto tins Pri.stillaluii must have a wir' -,

body Is to heat t Congressman! Sears, il inot' a had lo begin plans for re-eleclion within less than offer 2,000 miles and this gain is indicative of the postpone t the election, and! now I the ning say. We would. like to know j

h Key \X'ester. I I six months after his efectiorf'what sort of a country general progress and prosperity of the state. 'quali-fied i I haw it was done. sIn \

.'- ; could we expect. Political turmoil would take the Although Florida is not primanly a manufacturing \ I I Crystal Kiver there i.s. no Christian -

THAT ROAD' BOND ISSUE ; place of constructive work for the nation and our state, its manufactures have shown a steady I II A bond i i-.Mie, under< certain circumstances t F'ndeavor:,; society yet, but at ,

government would become more and more a mere growth.In I I which justify it, is necessary Crystal Springs there eiits i onojnrgely

The. \.tllev (Ga/elte; favors the bonding methodfor plaything' for the politicians. I 1909 there was 2,159 establishments giving' but in this ca'-c I believe. the people I II !: .composed) of middleaged}

the. building of roads. This newspaper has j So regardless of the merits or demerits of the I, employment to an average of 57,473 wage earners, i'I in this district and the people in the I workers i'i the Congregational!

"stood! nn that. \ principle for public!. improvements I gentlemen who would fill Congressman Sears''shoes. or 7.6 per cent of the total population. During lower end of the county would lo well of which Rev. Nutting is pas rehuch
to look into this before
and has been on the affirmative side of every move- '''we do not believe that it is wise to make a change I this period the gross value of products per capita action. taking, hasty ;I, tor. We believe they should call

: ment! of tins sort that has been advocated in the until "Our Joe" has had an opportunity (to make '''of the entire population of the state increased from theiiTJelvp.s a senior society, capitali/- ;'

city or county. In fact we have in many cases either a failure or success as the representative of $8 to $97. Believing theHoard of County ing the "Senior." .

led the movement.! Bonding arguments have been 1 Ithe Fourth District. We do not think that he has I The value of the factory products of f Florida I Commissioners! ire: willing to do what II Was it not splendid that Mr. Lch- ,.
is
made I from time to time even when no other agitation been properly tested by a service of less than six rose from $36,800.000 in 1900 to $90.000.000 in I right in the matter I am preparing mann on a recent visit to Mississippi

was being made hv any other agency. So I months, although we do believe that he has alI 1912; the value of farm products from $18.300- : their a petition to ,present to them at found twenty societies not yet placedon
next
meeting "
at least we are consistent in our present support of j I ready shown signs of having in .some measure learn 000 to $43.600.000; the value of the forest products :3rd, asking them /to on Monday April Endeavor' recordsThis state :

the movement lo create a special road and bridge ed the ropes. We believe that he ,isjusl now getting from 18000.000 lo $34.000.000; the value / rescind their for.m.r union was one of the smallest in the

district of all the county except the Third CommI5siont'r' started upon his career in congress and that he I of mineral output from $2.300.000 to $11,000,000. !I I action, call the election 'off andproceed South but if it keeps on like that it
to call 'election
i District and the bonding of that district will prove a valuable man for the district. : i i notice an giving due will soon be as large/ as Florida and

to the amount of 250000. I It has always been an unwritten principle of the HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE $4 A 1 i so thut.'l'n'one' carr have an the rest. f'

z We' believe in the bonding principle, because it Democratic party 'to allow its congressional representatives MINUTE? I opportunity. I to. be heard on this subject February 15th there was to duteJ
should like
r has been the modern means of obtaining improve-.j I I, a second term. We see no good reason I to hear from the 127 paid-up subscribers, to Dixie Endeavor -

ments ; because it has proven successful not only in'' why this principle should not be carried out in Charlie Chaplin the movie comedian has just people subject throughout and would the like county on this in Florida. If you have not

public affairs/ hut in private affairs of big concerns. 'II Congressman Sears' case. We believe he has doneas signed a new contract and thereby saved the mo- who believe as! I do..-that to have this those yet seen our fine new paper send' to-

R When a big corporation wants to extend its activities much as any man could do in the short time tion picture magnates from nervous prostration. should not be matter Rev. I.. E. Brubaker, Ensley (Ia.-.J
railroaded
4 when it wants to enlarge: its factories or build I he has been in Congress. We' believe he can do They have been negotiating with him for several should be but for a free copy. Then subscribe. rJ.r':
properly and
branches, it does not wait until it can obtain the I infinitely more for his district and for the country weeks, and now John R. Frueler president of the I discussed and facts and intelligently Grace A. Townsend.

, W, funds from the ordinary channels of business. It I at large with one term's experience to guide him Mutual Film Corporation has caught the big fish placed before the people that figures Interlachen, Fla., March 13. y
looks ahead so they
v and 1
sees the great benefits to accrue in the second than either of his opponents could for

t from the investment and then proceeds to issue I I do. They would have to go through the first term $4.46 a minute; or, can intelligently when it comes vote before on the bond issue ADVERTISED> LETTERS 1

bonds for the needed improvement or extension of Mr. Sears will do line the them-to
just getting
as a on $268 an hour ,
; or join in
ill; business. I me signing this petition and Bass Mrs. Rosa Chatt Mrs. Julia '
; ,
, I way things are done before they could give the $2.147.00 a'day; or: with
t The management of a county is. not unlike that service of the full-fledged congressman.We 22884.00 week appear me before the Board of Conner, John Wesley; Evans, Robert .
a
of large commercial ; or. County Commissioners at their next ((2)) ; Hudson, Mrs. John o
a enterprise. We too. are in I are firmly ofthe opinion that it would be $670.000.000 a year. regular Emily; '

business. The tax-payers are the stockholders in better if f Congressmen were allowed term of four No person in'the world other than a l king or.an. The Board meetingMonday'April of 3rd. Mrs. Nora; Jones, George; La j

L the company. A number o/ pur stockholders have year instead of two a* Congressman''Clark of emperor_unless Charles M. Schwab president County Commission- Miss Ollie; Lane, Willie H-4 1iob1ltf
a* erg are' the
r petitioned: the board of directors (the county com- I Florida. has already advocated in a resolution introduced bf the,,Unitecl: ,$ta'uS1eel' Corporation was an- exception people and I representatives: of the I son, George; Sorey, U. A.; Stop; ;'
am
,: pniiuoner) to call a vote of the stockholders upon ifwCong est,' But since the term are -ha* ever received half that salary. quite sure if theyare las; Tidholm, Mrs Minnie; Tortenc. ;' tp

the proposition enlarging and improving our )I only of two years'-,chiratjon, webelievtjthsroelre! \ _<<.CLuIie -.iw-'Jr"f..r..oId... .- n.fact sufficiently that the people impressed should with haTe the i I G. B.; Wordes. Miss.Pearl.. :ff':1,":
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' e ,.'[FRIDAY: MARCH 1 7"tllI tag flSSIMMEIY VALLEY GAZETTE :'PAGts ,

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wr .. of education.

I JB.;, McColIum was in Bartow Saturday HAVANA POST SPEAKS P.t .

St. Cloud Department; to see the board of county .*On1.

,
missioners. PF'KISSIMMEE' FOLKS

**-. '1 -I i H. R. Mosnat was in Bartow Monday England Germany and
1 i ,
, attending the Polk county flood. '
The Havana Cuba') Post read al- ;
(
: .NEWS AND NOTES OF THE ."WONDER. nOM.OUKOWN. "
( roads meeting most like an issue of the Valley'Gacette -' f" ', .

:, SPECIAL CORRESPOND. NT Wm. C. McEwen has rented the so-far *s names are concernedlast France Agree ,,

'" Wagner building Main street, And '
on
when''
._ Saturday morning, a number

.y;. ', Mrs. Hill': Of' ..Narcoosseewas .aJ .sion ,o'f 'a gasoline! stove. Eight dol. will open up a barber at'shop there.In of Klesimmee'people were visit 4 ,

"visitor! at St., Cloud on Wednesday.Dr. lars was realized from this sale. The I Mr.Dundee.McEwen-U- living present Ing the Cuban capital after attending 'on one thing,if on no other. They all prohibitthe

and Mrs. R. H. Becman, of New choir also announced' that the Ladies The registration books are' olveh of Pythias.the Grand Among Lodge theitems of the-.Knighti in the sale of alum baking powders. ;

.-s York City, who have beed spending Improvement club had chosen this and the first to register was U S. personal column of the Post were the '
..
-- "- a. few days -with the former's uncle Saturday as tag day and everyone 'Martin, president of the board of following\ : There must be a good reasOn for this. '

I I I J. W. Matthews, left Tuesday for' was expected'to"Wjcar.a tag to help. trad?* i r'i i
W. L. Paulk assistant
! their northern home. them build their library. i Arrangements ,are being made to r postmasterat It 'is' because alum was found to be un-
Kissimme'e Fla. the
. --4 f The intro- ,, was among .
following newcomers i ,
"-l Mr. and Mrs. El: G. Blackman, spent themselves in few well chosen have the canal l from Lake Sara, in list of visitors making up the healthfril. "
duced a
Tuesday in Orlando. the townsite here, to Lake Hamilton Knights of Pythias delegation arriving
said to
words and alt they were glad
The Odd Fellows gave a box social excavated deeper, so as to conform to in cream
Havana Friday morning. Powder is made of
he among us. W. .C. Borden, 7th Royal Baking
Twenty
and masquerade in their hall Tocsi the specifications of the

e1 day.evening: which was well attended. Mich. Cav., from Battle Creek, Mich., Lakes Boat Course Club. Thin cAnal of tartar, derived from grapes a natural:
-4 who sang "The Old G. A.: R: Boys." "Roma Thomas, cashier of the State
Banks and father 19 about 1600( feet long. It is about
Mr. and Mrs. Cuy -
Mrs. Benner. Columbus, Ohio; Mr.s. Bank of Kissimmec Fla., was aguest food product, and contains' alum nor
Charles Banks and Dr. and Mrs. wide enough, but not as deep as rwjuiied. -
, of friends iu Havana this '
Richards Columbus
Wilson
Miss ,
A. T. Holromb, of Nqyi, Mich.., who Other questionable ingredients: ,
Ohio; J. F. Martin, Co. B, 91st Ohio; I -_ -,---- week having come over with the
have the winter here left on
spent Opt. Hustend 3rd Mich. Cav; Mrs. party of Pythians yesterday morning.
r- Thursday Tor their northern home by C----o.: ... ":-:-:-:":":"
Mr. is much with
Thomas
Dodge had charge of the social hifur'and : e. b impressed
I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
MUtO. : made a few poi nodctrmlfugltand 10) LOUGIIMAN NEWS 0j :- Cuba and is likely to return at -an

Mr. and Mrs. Gage and daughter; made a few pointed remarks prti- 'j 0) 000 early date for the purpose of making New York .

who have passed pleasant winter vious to starting the program, Scho- :-: : :..:..:-.:-:-:.. .:..:. investments here. '
here, left Thursday morning for their
home at Kalamazoo, Mich. field, Hurrod and :Audrist entertainedwith The Misses Palmer and Potter, of ----
I life violin and piano )Ir. and Mrs. E... W. :of
Mrs. Holva Lorkwood. who has respec Pittfcbnrgh, .Pa., have complete the 4)onegnfl] I
tively. They were called bock for a 'Waldo Fla. in Havana this week I II
are
setting of their orange/! and I
been spending the winter here, left grapefruit ilar to the popular baggage check WIN"STWELVE 1
stcorjd nu t.er. Goldie'Groves had north of town. to see the sights. They were mern- FANSLER FAMILY
Tusday iporninu for her home at groves I watch fobs. Tho bar will represent
to give two recitations to appe'nseher hers of the Pythian party arriving
Washington, It. C. Mrs. Lockwood Val. Wether and Wife and J. SUipe lu scroll with two crossed quills|| appropriate -'
audience. A ladies quartette sang from Key West Friday morning.
was accompanied as far as Sanfordby and wife of Bellevue Ohio who have I to the occasion. Upon the FIRST PRIZES {
"Coming Thro St. Cloud, a parody'on ,
Mrs. C. K.' Hendrix and Mrs. Kr- l been spending some timeere are returning scroll will appear the words: "Kissimmee -

est, -when after seeing Mrs. Lock- "Coming Thro the Rye. Mrs. home today. Mr. Weihof }has Miss Elizabeth: Donegan, of Kis- Fla., April 13-16, 19111. The I
Kllyhon: Mrs. Ih'pew, Mrs. Remington simmee. Flu, grand chief of the S. T. Fansler and family, who lire I
.II 'Wood on the boat on her way north, just completed setting a grov youth I I pendant, in the shape described will .
and Mrs. Whtney: were the ladies -
Trent on to Daytona I\'ach'to\ spend of town. Mr. Stape has purchased u Pythian Sisters of Florida, arrived in- bear ah erect figure of Chief Osceola I just south of the city, where he ha

a few days. that made such a hit in this. tract of land in the same vicinity and Havana Friday morning from Key in relief along one half of the surface -I a fine truck farm were the prizewinners

Miss Gertrude Mosher who has 1 Mamlolii and piano, Mrs. Baker will have cleared and fenced immediately Went for a visit of several days. while on the other v.ill appear par excellence at the Tampaand
and Edith Harrod. Two rongs by the
Iwen<<<< spending( the winter here, left Violin preparatory to setting a also in relief, a map of Florida with Orlando failrs. The family alone

on Tuesday morning for Boston, Tennessee Iirlf' selections grove next season. Hon. C. W. Griffin of Kissimmee, Kissimmee marked in the center bya won an even dozen first prizes at the
McGill. John Me 1
Comrade Heading
Mass. She was accompanied ns faras William Jeschka Loughman's tree Fla., often taken for ex-Secretary star. Corner decorations will rep- two fairs..Mr. .
Grath, "Captain My Captain, and
Kissimmee by her mother, Mrs. William Jennings Bryan, because of resent Florida and foliage.
also gave Dutchy and his dog as an surgeon', who has been doing Some oranges Fanslcr won first prize on a
Lydia Mosher. y encore. special work in his profession at Kis the' striking resemblance is a guestin ; Across the top of the pendant and pen of silver laced Wyandotte chickens ';i 1
Mrs. B. B. Simpson postmaster at Havana this week, having come through the will the
Ed Depcto Kave his famous laugh- simmee has returned home. Mr. map appear at the Eau Gallie fair. This pen

1 Kissimmee, made a business and ing song and another in answer to Jeschka is an expert in his line and over with the delegation of Knightsof words. : "Florida Press Association, of chickens: is the same which won f

pleasure trip to the postmaster at St. applause. Comrade John Usually succotnla in making a Bound Pythias. 1916." Beneath and across the bottom first prize at'the Orlando fair.

Cloud on Wednesday.J. generous I tree of a crippled one. vill be the words: "Chief Qsceola." ri
M. Dickinson and family, of Allen recited nicely the German | Claud F. Johnson, of Tampa, Fla., '
Butcher; loud calls, for more but he We are pleased to note that the the editor and of, the Year Each of the visiting editors and tares Old Son. Other KMM..M WM't CM.The .
Narcoossee, left on Tuesday morningfor refused to respond as he was wanted infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Red- manager members of the press Association who wortc..et no mtUer ol .*
their summer home at Lake IJelen Book department of the Tampa are Cared by'iii. ... t'ir-bl-U D* '
a'tend will be with
presented one of .
who is from
again next Saturday. The ladies grave, suffering potash Tribune Co. Porter' Antlxptlc H..llnr Oil. It ratters !
Publishing publishersof !
Fla. quartette "Catch the Sunshine"very poisoning, is improving at the Orlando these badges upon registering. P>.la and Heali .t the. ...* lime ZSc.,3Oc,..... 1
sang
the Tampa Morning Tribune, was
On Monday evening. March 13th, }
creditably.W. hospital.
an arrival Friday morning on the
the friends and neighbors of Charles "
A. Persons recited a patriotic Claude Harper has returned from Governor Cobb.UNIQUE I 1
Goodrich him a surprise on his
gave poem; John Stevenson and Edith his honeymoon and resumed his duties Eugene: C. Bryan, Pres. A. H.' Bryan Vice Pre J, L. Barber, Scc'y.lreas. ::
birthday. The evening was I
plea"ant-j Harrod pleased with violin and piano as manager of the Loughman
ly spent with music, with . a
DESIGN FOR
music. The Star Spangled Bannerwas Supply company.Mr. I
Mrs. Tidholm and Miss'
Cummings, 1
sung as a closing number. Reno, of Detroit, who came -

t VanNatta at the (piano. Miss Jane Adjourned to meet next Saturday, down last week and purchased land PRESS ASS'N' BADGEThe
adl Warner also sang several Hflections. I
March 18. from the Fields Realty com llnyn,

Hume Mays, the grandson of Mr. On Friday evening, March 10th, has returned home. Mr. Reno expects i iI
Goodrich played several I scvvctionson committee in of the
charge
arrangements -
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bowers Were surprised to move his family here next full.
the graphijphono. Those presentwere for the entertainment of
by a number of friends at their Quite an acreage has been plantedto Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
Mr. and !Mrs. S. D. Decker, Mr. borne on Indiana avenue and 7th groves in this vicinity this season. the Florida Press'Association, which
and Mrs. J. I. Cummings Mr. and holds annual in Kissimmee
street, the occasion being Mrs. Bow- Among those who have set groves are its meeting I on Broadway, Kissimmee,
Mrs. Sebring, Mr. and Mrs. Levi : 13 14 and 15 has j
1 April arrangedfor
era' birthday Mrs. Bowers being en- the following: G. F. Taft A. ? Cra- .
Shambow, Mr. and Mrs. 1) H. Jennings of the-neatest used Opposite Graystone Hotel ,
one badges yet ,
tirely innocent of the evening affair, mer, Val Weiher, II. A. Shafer. R. L. .
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mr. ,
May entertained at dinner, having as her Knight, S. L. Bergert, E. B. Havens at similar meetings.The .
Mrs. R. II. Hatcher Mrs. A. M. "
and ,
badge is of unique design
one
guests a few young matrons. How- S. R. Fields, II. A. Minnick. and W. 1
Zimmer, Mrs. G. W. Daugherty, Mrs. S. Nusbaum. and a supply will be ,made especiallyfor . 1Orange
ever, she was not too tired to enjoy
1). A. Klock, Mrs. M. Worrill, Mrs. the'affair by the Robbins Company
the surprise later Flinch
on. was
Minnie Tidholm, Mrs. Sarah Alice the gl\me'and light refreshmentswtre Black velvet and white cloth is an of Attleboro, Mass. It will be Groves, Timber lands. We Pay TalLeI for. Non-sail-

Wilson, Misses Jane Warner, Violet for of bronze and in the Cattle and and Act Owner's _
tit./ served., She it is -the first effective combination, outdoor and made gold plate Ranches, Country Menu M

i\if\ >::1 VanNatta, Inez, Ide, Myrtle .,Obert, time she has been says surprised In T indoor wear,* shape of a cross' bar and pendant sim- City Property ,'-,; '" '. Agents for Rental Property. I

IrenejObert;,Jofesr...' !b.erts!>n, Bur- ,' ..':, <1.11I'.1,1.: I : .' /,,, .'
.. i y nrll,.,!!;.Thoeeu'present'aerea; ... ('y Misses
bank;; William Ide,1'liarryPortisLilsTian } ;! Pcttiss : I __ - - --
and lIume Mays. After daintyrefreshments' Dauks and ; Messrs. and Mes- U V U lfVM UW uw v p
dames Gessford, Dasen, J. D. Harris,
were served the guests

departed wishing Mr. Goodrich many Harden Dr. and and Mrs.Bower.Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Lumber Co. a

f' happy The returns Veterans of the Association day. met inI W. H. Moore Miss Annie Marten May The eyes-of the world

and G. F. Jean of Anna, III., and B.
I :. regular session at 2 p. m March 11, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
F. Biggs of Cobdon 111. who haute
,
( 191fi, and was called to ordWpt>y

I I President W. F'. Kenney Everybody:;. been spending the. winter in our YELLOW PINE LUMBER are on the man whoSAVES

! lang America and Rev. Northrop Wonder City, left on Friday for their

northern homes.
caked the divine blessing on the as
Mrs. Ella Beadle, of New Haven, Shingles and Laths
semblage. The Battle Hymn of the
Conn., who has been spending the 'i
Republic was sung by the choir. The
winter here, left on Friday last for I
PILLS A SPECIALTYAll
minutes of March 4th were read and I HOUSE
| Orlando, where she will spend sometime I
A collection taken
was
approved.
up '
with friends before returning we ask is let us figure on your estimates.
for the running expenses of the hall.
to her northern home. I Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
The 'chairman announced a dress pa-
. Mr. Arndt a winter tourist at the
, rade for next Thursday, at 2 p. m.,
Arrowsmith house is spending a few
Phone 21 J Kissimmee Fla.
on Florida avenue. All comrades are ,
days at Hainos City on business.
i,: requested to bring a cane or umbrella I
Mr. Yowell, county school superintendent -
:- I hour for the
leaders for social
and Senator Bryan of Kissimmee for!
"" next four weeks are Mrs. W. F. Kenney I _. pAUSE : a moment, young man,
were St. Cloud visitors on -- - - --- -
. Edith Harrod, Mrs. Davie and Wednesday. I give a thought to self. The

Mrs: W.'ntworth. Some song books Sheriff L. H. Ingram and 11. C, ) ''IIIIT:" :: rllll' ;";''UIll :::I' :IIj\t"I:::::: '\, :::

; were sold! at ten cents each for the problems that confront now or
Stanford -KifHimmee, were fit'; you ,
benefit of our choirister W. P. Lynch
.
t who. was badly burned in the explo- Cloud\ callers on Tuesday. : will a few years hence.
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.".,, :.<":-:-:":-X'X'.x- tw VALUABLES SHOULD BE I

" < \ Look about 'on-the) men of affairs in country, itate, nation-jet,

( GEORGIANS TESTIFY .> LAKE HAMILTON 0 PROTECTED in the world, are the me* who ,started to sate early in life.

POLK COUNTY *

TO MAYR'S REMEDY They have the reaped and confidence of the community

+>-O--.4vGfiSd fi4C.G. Gd'}fibb04{SO Some people leave their valuablesin

Urea Redeemed and Fortune in The board of trade is making a I very' insecure places-yet they Then look on the other tide-at the fellows wb.q rpend all they

r Health Are Recovered. steady increase in membership. At would not care to lose them. Bake-they may have a good time for a while, but what does tkOr

Most of the problems of health originate the meeting Saturday evening Mr. personality reflect?

: in the stomach. Most of these Abernathy, representing the Lake Now, _is the time to rent a Safe

ailments can be cured. Thousands of Wales Light & Power company, met 8ur A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be th..
of Deposit Box: in Fire and Burglar
people right in the state Georgia
front stomach with the board to arrange the matterof nucleus of an honorable, independent career.'
t' are needlessly suffering Proof .vault-the cost is $3 and $4
#' troubles, while thousands .o( others turning on the electric 'light and Make your berinninf now-today. Your I

rt have found health by the use of Mayr's pawer here. In order to do this arrangements per year. bank book will pan the way. L

;. Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of have to be made for a
this remarkable remedy is proof.H .
words of two. franchise. A committee of the Boardof
re are the .Georgianswho
i- have used it: Trade was appointed to confer

B. DUNCAN 136 W. Peachtree St., with the representatives of the elec- ITIZENS BANK or KISSIMMEE 111 State Bankof

I- Atlanta Ga.- took one bjttle of tric company in order to make such i
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and it did
me so much good I must continue the arrangements.Dr. .
treatment." Earle Douglas Holtz of Wash- L OPERIOR SERVICE' COURTEOUSTREATMENT I KissimmeeCapital

BALISTA THOMAS, 56 La FranceSt. ington, D. C., will give a lecture here
., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your "
? remedy for five weeks. I feel like I Tuesday evening, on "How to Grow. stock.. __.-*L______________ ____1___$100,000.00

hardly known my strengthmy appetite Mrs. Koffman and Miss Rothesberger DIRECTORS: RMOVCM ever _______________________1_________ 400,000.00 "
ia fine." were called back to their homeat

a Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives Leavenworth, Kana., on account of ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON Officer and Directors.
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permanent and intestinal results ailments.for stomach Eat as,much liver the death of their father, Mr. Rothes- C A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vk Prert.M. .

like. No distress />erl'Cr. He was the grandfather of J. K. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS
and whatever you more I KATZ. tad V'tce Praet.
after eating, pressure of gas in Mrs. T. W. Powers of this city. L .. AROMA

U ii t the stomach and around the heart. Hessr McCellum, Richards, Mar-. ;; THOMAS, Cashier ,
Get one bottle of your druggist now tin and Rolle were in Bartow Tues-

If and not try satUfled It on aa money absolute wUlbe guarantee turned.'r day to confer$ with the county ,board ; G::::: : :'; :: 1 1'O. t


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.- ._", V W WVV W' YWWVW VT V yv w w W: 'C. T. U. MEETING Frank Bryan a.rU"; Regra Oliver Lila 'auggeetion for thifiwju, to make men. W.,are glad to- hav,- them here, e

The W: C. ,T. V. held its ,regviar Harrison Dh4C'.Bulloei'' and :Ned Bullock ; I Kluiiniae a "eity of Maes," by a to entertain them.and'to h v.'them be'" ,

meeting Friday, March 10, In its malted effort of the cititeiu In planting entertain u -and thy are said to

Society Notes. $ handsome room at the Hart Memorial OMISSIODI CORRECTED : roes, gardens: in every section of' able to do this.In great' abundance. .

'club house. A report of the district 'I' .he City. This he, said, together with While, In the city the young men ';
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convention, held at Bartow In an account, last week oV' he excellent: water here, the best in win be given a dance and reception ,

(Mattle Bell. DarrU. Editor) March 4, to 6'Inclusive, was' given ,by Tuesday evening 'entertainment alhe ho elate, would servo to give the city the young people of the city and ," ;:,

their' delegate, Mrs. M. A. Clark. Hart Memorial the following: account 'ame .all over the. United States. surrounding towns will do their best '
Request b made to' all patrons of the Valley ,Gazette to tend item The district convention presented the of the debate. was inadvertently The afternoon' program was close I, to show the men an enjoyable time :;1'a.nd .

of Society Event to" the Editor for publication la' tfTeie column Union with a beautiful white 'satin omitted, ,: j 6) id with two well-Tendeped solos 'byliss while they are with us. They will ,,:
j I I banner for having the ,largest gain Then followed a unique feature of \" Susie Speer who' 'sang: very find a large and appreciative audienceto ; :
1 1a the evening when Mrs. J. H, Cochran the size of the '
them here
as
- - - - - - - for'the in members. and' greet
paid Ashford's "Night Sang ,
1 0 1 1 0 I I 0 s O 0 1,0 0 1 0-+ IOIOIO'D'D'I'llg 0-f. year' 'up introduced, Miss weetly &
0,1 was by Elizabeth crowd will be added considerably in /'iti :7
Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon was also lane Souei's "Love in 11 Rone. ;:
MUSIC CLUB TO MEET A. A. A. CLASS ENTERTAINEDLast :.; : presented wiht a handsome hand bagin Aultman as the first speaker of the I view of' the( local benefit and advance "
Club will : Friday evening Misses llelenj'erdcw \ debate);; the. I {
The Kissimmee' Music appreciation: ,of her services: as sec. on' suffrage question- sale of. tickets.Reserved .
meet at the Hart Memorial house on and Mamie Witherspoon en. retary: This organization stands in Mrs. Cochfane's, paper was a- bril FLORIDA UNIVERSITY seats! are on sale at Corner 'I't't

'Monday, March 20; at 7:30: p. m.. and tertained the A. A. A, class of the the front ranks in educational workin liar\t\ 'logical effort, and Ws? receive )Drug Store To obtain best seats '.1..: : mar.

expert to have a program which will Presbyterian Sunday\ school, af' the Kissimmcc Its members are by bursts. of laughter and hearty ap MINSTRELS COMING.; for, this, the biggest show of the season ':;J
member A home of the former.: The evening
be of interest to--every I r1au"e.
seats right \
among the best known women of the reserve your away.
full attendance is desired. | was spent jn playing gU/1Wj, the prin- city The officers are: "Mrs. Mary :Miss Elsie Norton then read a paPer .*_ +-- I Prices :35,-JjO and 75 cents. a
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* # being thinking con- ,VILL. GIVE PERFORMANCE HEREON '
t Icipal one 11 ,penny written by a member the high 1 J
,. GIVES IIN.iil:.; : PART" : ,tint. little I/o\erme hearts withgreetings" Aultmun, president; Mrs. John Me. Ft'iool! on the negative, side of the de. :/ NIGHT:.; OF MARCH 22 UNDER AT THE M-..: )Sl'CHURCH

I Mrs. V. 3, Van Iu/er' t'nt-/tuilwd j i were handed! each "lane Phatter, rt'cording-sccietary" ; Mrs. J, !>nte on that subject. THE: AUSPICES OF Tills ,. Sunday school opens promptly at'

i' Wednesday, evening with .ft dinner '! p"IIi'nl." Those" attending were:--Air's' Z. Itobernon, treasurer;, .Mrs. 7. MCochran" Kpv! A.' M. Chisholm and ))r. With OSCEOI.A HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC 9:4ft. Classen, suitable for all. .'S

party at which the guests were theteachers Helen 1'ndew, MM" Emily: Hess and corresponding Secretary; erspoun; both made splendid tipeuthc .VSSOC1 \TION GOOD; Preaching \by the pastor at 11 a. m. .. 4:
Mis. Cochrane also the W. C. T.U. : .
of Miss lx onore Van Jlurpr I :Mrs Nellie ire) of Uniontown, 1'u; edits on the affirmative, and as no one responded CROWD) EXPECTED. Subjects Revivals, why and how. The .. -re
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the Gokclte.NCK \ .
column for ,
her granddaughter. Covers were laid Mrs: T, It. :Most-Icy. Mrs. W. B. With- M a. to the invitation to speak on -- Carrion and Vultures. A cor jial in- "

for Mm Van Iu/pr Miss Van JluH'r, I erspoon; :l1i "'.(Marguerite'\ Bass, I U.\ AT ST.. CLOUD either side Miss Aultman x-loHd\ the The splendid University of. Florida vituiion to all Come and we will (do '1

Miss Albma Smith" Miss Crawford Colohto ]Moscley, Nellie I Miss AuMman und 1 Miss Beals (laik, Helen Perdcw, Sadie Bryan, I first appearance in this city on 111irfouith I
of
were guests Manager Lchkei "Modes:\ in Ihiskors for RufTrapctte
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I l annual lour1' of couth Florida Mr -11\1;; : rK.-hhn--: 81 Yearly,
Sudu Itoiudm.in of Buffalo N. Y. "
of New hotel
Hi.il the. St Cloud las Kn- Husbands
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TilE on the elate of :March 22nd They lof Wilkenshiirg' Pa, who are spending :
of amlttohinwas I
Mmw.i-tahi nest t of Blue Ri frtshintits'|| rake: and day night atl dance /given in the dining * .'t
, The served' 'H KSI: >.\> E\'ENIM"I'IWGH.\M come to this city tinder the auspices< the winter 'In St. Cloud, were dinner -
)linl, cnjoji'd, 11 party at the homo of'. ; room of the hofel. The evening The. of Oveolj High School :Athletic as- Wednesday of Mrv and '
I IfIf. aMISS regular Tuesday< evening: entertainment guests (
l Violet Bullock last wevek) The. mensjurementK I I : LEE: I-::\TEnTlNHI was! vety pleasantly "Bent, and the ut th. Hart Memorial soelutiol 'and a record I breaking crowd I :Mrs K. I 1). Hicknuin, of Jersey City, ;..i'

( of cash little girl were taken I Hiss: Mildred: l Lee was a thaimmghostess guestsveu profuse in their: thanks was< fi-ivcn under the direction of Miss 'is", expected to attend 1 the big show N. J., who are spending sonic I line Kin). to Manager Lehkor for his hospitul- I
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t 1 and\< Manual. This 11 donetiuh/ miipth : I-umpa, lakeland St: and)
.I a purl of dmtinguiftlvcd A large crowd was present I'etersjrurg ,
for Blue Birds !sing, help) HIII'I'w.,) i I gi'ests< at ai cinht lI''I but after the band concert ,
The next meeting. which will lit acouncil I tin Golf; ( lull. The- thblu was attrac pram, which wan in keeping with the'I papers' in willing. Up the show said ., : T:4 "
I given that night in St Cloud, the
will InIK/ Id ttatui
i meeting, II\'ely decorated with green candles nearness< of St. I'atrick'il. Day. As the' were better, than most professional -' r
of Norma tliiffin, I Kissimmev! Band played for the i l V
the homo
a day at and ferns as appropriate* to the approaching the the guests armed, a small green niinsti els that had been l to thoseplaevs ( i
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t1 (\I"F"U-: * : *GIRLS;I St Patrick's l lay, and the ersAiJtong{ those< who Wl'refr: Lehker's how was pinned upon each The musical nnd word comes from the university L L BISCUIT; '
favorWl're hats and shamrocks and other numbers nt Gainesville thai they have ..
I I were trpical-
green
Girls and
/ The Oskjto Campliro a guests were: :\1 r. and Mrs. J. i I '.. .e
: iy Irish even a better show t this season whichis I. High quality tad: crackers,
number of. boy friend enjoyed) a i I 1) Claik. Mr. und Mis C. L Bandy
Paradise. I Island Saturday An elaborate seven-course dinner Mrs W I. Barber and Miss Edna saying a good deal in view of the parent of line of 122 crackers
chicken pilau at Mr.lnd Mrs. E. K NnuJ'lcli98: Le-
I The left I was served to 1 tho following guests : j Schweikart rendered a piano duet- past perfoimances The show is composed ndcaket. One for every last
evt'ninlt. m party onore Richards, Miss John S. Cadel,
the dock enrly in the afternoon and :Miss :Mildred I Lee, J. M Lee: Mr. andMis I Miss Mildred Lee, Miss Edna Schwei- "Alumni Reunion," by R. S. Martin. of splendid young college' men, nd every need, affording
after the chicken ! Mather Smith, of Chicago; Mr. Miss Mary Carson sang Brennan's and is allowed to go on the road for a delightful mealtime changes.uXcL :'
returned "Ul'I'I'r.Those kaft, George Gardner Lee Jarrell, W.
the outing' and Mrs L. B Fort, of Orlando; Mr. "A Little Piece of Heaven, Sure they week each season as a sort of adver, I
> enjoying ( wereMisses : J. Steed!, Paul McKee, Mrs. Henry '
and Mattir Stanford and \Mrs Seth Woodruff, ,of Orlando; Called<1 it Ireland." tiling medium for the !state 8
Margaret Aultman, Cal McCnughen, MisH Nie-
Violet Bullock, Norma Griffin, :Mrs: /Harry Hoffman, of New York; meyer, Senator Arthur E. Donegan Miss Aultman read "An Irish Fairy sity and to add to the things which Merle W J.c kta.wIt. GnCAM WaAs '
Grace Gilbert Path, Miss dna: Schweikart, of Kisinmmce Story." mike college life attractive to
Carolyn Fripp, and Roy O'Berry. I
Brine Carr, Ellen Ansted, Louise ; ,Messrs Edwin Beuman, Billie * Tony Regero sang "When 1 Dream --
Lois Johnson, Nfc: Maurice Beaidall 4yid T R. Cadcmus, all of MRS MILLOCK ENTERTAINS of Erin;" Jiy Friedman..
Simpson, ssrs :-YLWMnv4.44 oxx'fifi }fi :OO Wfi 7+M Ms}}4?fi44fi04040'9 S
Bunnell, Dick and :Ned.; Bullock Orlando. The members of Miss Lola Law- Mr Dawes gave a rt'ndinjt'-"Th

Don Beuter Roy Carr, Ted Estey a * ler's Sunday school class of the Bishop and the Caterpillar" i H M BREAKER J. A. YI
ENTERTMN SIIMMY\ !Methodist church were entertained by The evening closed with a social
The chaperoned by Mrs "
party were FLORIDA. T". andof E"r"'nl..n' "I. Rmtnt More
Howard Katz and Miss I.ouise Clark I SC HOOI. Ci!.ASS Miss Violet Bulock with a pretty hour and the crowd Ifet with pleasurable Kapidty D..lop.d Jftan Any OlAr Sf if. ,n thm Unman

a :Misses' Lottie. Luwler, Toggle' Bob- party at her home on Clyde avenue sentiments. .
BREAKER & BARCLAY
GOOD SAMARITANS: :/ MEET I bit and Louise Clark were charming Friday evening, A unique contest * I .
Mrs.. Busby's class known as the hostesses! Friday evening entertaining was arranged for the diversion of the Rn.\L NEIGHBORS ENTERTAIN:/ I ReatE.tate Insurance City"PropertyOranrm Lnd.

Good Samaritans of the Methodist< the King's Daughters) class of the guests and Miss Alpha Westfall received A merry crowd of Royal NeiR'hborlllasspmJll"d Kissimmee, Fla. Trurllmg cr::;:
church, met at the home of :Mrs Mc: :Methodist: church at the home of Miss a dainty handkerchief for securing at the home of Mr and 'I' J. M. COOPER, Clerk Colonisation Lmntfm ?-

I Phatter Thursday afternoon und held i I.aw lor on Church street They were the most complete pictures, Mrs A. Cotterman Monday evening, .
'E a very interesting session.< The do I assisted! l hy Miss Lola Lawlcr The Raymond Beardon was awarded a tie intent on surprising Mrs (V>o. S. Mil o-->':-:-:-:------o-.o--:...'...:..,: .>.> XMX-:.....-:

T votional was led by the ]I're"idl"nt.I I evening was unique in huingno set as the boy's prize. The remainder liard, one of the members who was .
t Mrs. Cohoon, and instead! of one n'ud-I I piogiam, the time being spent in delightfully the evening was spent in merry h'I1'ingVcdnl"l':":":-:-:-'...>.:..:..-..,:.:-: '...:-:..,:.:...:'.:-". :,,:-:-:-: ; ...:-:-:-:->Coi > ."..:.i'.........

Ing, the scripture, she had each one informal amusements, games on the lawns and with musical in Pennsylvania
S al say a verse from IIWIIIOr)'. Kev S. '' which" included the popping of corn numbers The guests were served tq the party neared the home of r:i INSURANCE and REAL ESTATELet J
Mr and Mrs. McCoskey where :Mrs! '
W. Lawler was a visitor and gave a and' pulling card}'. with delicious hot chocolate cakes

few helpful remarks lie said hei At the patty wet Mis C. A. ))ri,;- ind eookiis At the party were: :Milliard iM visiting the utmost! quietprevailed ] I 5: us insure ) our Life, your H"-allh, yutir Property.
would like the class to arrange to : gc'i', :Mrs L, II. Ingram, Miss Marie Misses Violet Buloik, Norman Griffin, and a very >lur)'>1'I1\rd hostess f

help with the prayer meetings which i lIuddl'KtonIi"K! Ionise. '1'hnmas! >"i. May Weightman, Dorthy Wells, Mar- opened the door to the gentle ,, : Informatirn in regard tn property for y.

will he held in two weeks This class Miss Louise Clark, Mrs S. |H. 'Vadp'l raret Lee, Adah Louise Simpson, knock of the Neighbors : ale! and rent cheerful y given. 5: .
ti has just lately organized and they Miss Virginia Till, Miss, Ouida Alpha Webtfall, Jeanette Prevatt, A pleasant evening ensued when
,: ; are very proud of the work that has Icy Miss Helen Ba.IiRS! S. E.I I Sarah Clark, Essie Bass, Mabel Over- the guests afforded the amusementby I t In addition to fifteen other ()od companies, we .

j been done and still hope to .do more J'). an, Miss; Ella May Gilbert, :Miss street, Lillian Harris; Messis. Bobbie musical numbers, stories and con- now represent the well known .

f and better work. They meet the!' second Louise Norton, Miss Nina Bratton, Harrison, Walter: Bass Paul Beuter, tests. Mrs. Milliard was awarded a INSURANCE
HOME FIRE CO. of New York
Thursday of each month, at the Miss Peggie ,Bobbit, Lottie and Lola Don neuter, Ted Estey, Raymond prize of roses in one of these;\ con, ,I I -i' ,
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homes, of the: members, : Lawler and Effio Lawson H Bcurden, Roy Young, Morris Bunnell, teats. : -. " :, ;"'",-i,,.', ", ... t :I:::>>. G' 7iTAGN6ER: ":>>ff/fJ:
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a e Those present were: Mrs. E. E.

Wells, Mrs I D, S. Marks, Miss :M K.
t "Never Mind l lt. I Sawyer, Mrs :M! A Sawyer, :Mrs :\1.1 ,
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:Munger' Miss I E. 1 1. \\'l'nnt'rIrll.: It.l '
{ n.I Geiger, "Mrs. (;I'IU'-jp S_ :Millard, '
:. j: the Rain\ Son i :Miss Alberta Hopson, :Miss, Elsie Ml'coey ,

.t t.-: at Nt9 | ] Mrs. Anna M'o Leslie
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l | othy Wills, Miriam :Munger and PuullMunger. I I

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i The Kissimnuo Woman's (lull met

l I :\lol1lay afternoon at the hart :Me\ -1 I II SMITH'S SHOE STORE

I nioruxl nt aw::! o'clock There was .1 ,

large atll'ndanL'p of numbers and) I
( FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
others the meeting l being nn open

i l.i:, one Mrs..1. M. Willson, jr., president MARCH 17th AND 18th- :
hud charge of the meeting and

r was ably assisted by Mrs N. C. 45ry-

J, I I an, secretary ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING THROWN ON

{ Messrs W. n.! Harris aid K. E.
::1 I Naugle, representing Uv committee- j I

in charge' of the arrangements for I

'f'fi"t.. the entertainment of the delegates ( Sale at Bargain Prices

\ '" J and visitors who will attend the I .

t- : ' meeting here of the state press as- .
., 1'/y sociation, were present and askoU
el l We are not listing any special Bargainshere
that the Woman's Club plan some

: J sort of entertainment for the women 1 1I for everything in the store for these v{"

The germ-proof, dust-proof, moisture-proof wax-scaled I the who open will be time in of the the party.convention As all has of'' two days will be bargains; and you know

.wrapping keeps theNew been allotted (or' general entertain. from past experience that when we advertise -

ment each afternoon and evening the a sale
you may expect everything just
Woman's club decided to arrange an
informal reception and musicale at as represented, so all that we ask is your

Post Toasties the Hart Memorial on Friday morning presence to be convinced that every pair of

I of the convention..
shoes purchased will mean a great; saving
Col. W. S. Powell, of Baltimore, a
8 in perfect condition.But traveler and lecturer of national re-
pute who is spending the winter in Only Two Days in which to secure these

more important-these flakes are made by a hew process that,give's them a Kissimmee, addressed the'' club on bargains, so remember the date, Friday :

new form and a dintinctive flavour, entirely different from other corn flakes. civic improvements! Col Powell and Saturday, March 17th and 18th. "
chose many interesting stories from
" In this new process, intense heat expands the interior moisture, producing little his fund of information secured in

i pearl-like "puffs," a distinguishing characteristic of the New Post Toasties. the course of his wide travels and .
i then offered several practical suggestions The Bargain Sale at

' These flakes have, a body and firmness that don't mush down, even when cream to the women in regard to town

i 1 or milk is added. Toasties come factory-fresh, as crisp and delicious as when they building. lie declared that Kissimmee -
could be made one of the most
leave the big ovens.
n attractive cities in Florida and that

I J I Try Them and Note the New Flavour the work.work He was suggested largely a movement a woman',to SMITH'S SHOE STOREKissimmee f i'slue.

tear down all tht fences and the

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THE I1SSUBKE: vA1iu GAJBTTI: The Tampa Tribune. Wee'nesisysaid See, he'i3utcltsr Do-'ca A'ateJgSelling Hopkins. Llftdsey ="was crasd b.1 war made. In their car.. Mr./. Bogus dent of this .dty.and was associated". .

T ('lhsessae Na is ta : Mr.\ and Mr<< *. W. 'S. PotiWyofKlssiaunee : drinldnjr> and committed the attack: will be 'remembered by host of with J. D. Clark In the Hunter Land "

1 Pvfb%M>e4 Evsry Friday Br 'arrived In the cllf yes *& dry goads at krpl B. upon o.ftepJwithou friends, as he was at one time a resi company. office .. i
You should
get our prices before buy-
terday and for few dayswfll'be at j'
W. .. HARRIS B. S. VANS AONBW> a ,1 lie was 'aresUtd and rovocat.i.on'l J
ling., F, II Lawion.
. the Hillnbore to their friends. simMee by County ;t.m t.

.....000.0..0-0..0 to 0'0 00-0 UO- A'great privilege awaits the Sun Ladies, don't orifet the'crepe gown 'Young Tindall. lIe 'remembered noth. "

day school people of' Kfesimmeo in sale Saturday night at .7::30. The \lag about the cutting and no charges a.
:
' ; : Weather Report the address that awaits them at the Story Store.'That .- being made against' him ho was I -later .
released. . '
Babtist church Wednesday i night, .
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funpy "Butcher Boy" ia. on :;. ,
March 22, beginning, -a't..7:30.: page 8, Dont. fall to read what' Jte: Mr; and Mrs, J. L. Prints and son, . ..- 1''.. ..' :' ..

Following are daily tempera-' Mr and Mrs.; Cottjrman and baby, says. Donald, and Mr.. Prlntz's mother, .
;iT; turea and precipitations as reported Mr. and Mrs. M. Munger and family : ./ . Mr. I. J."Prntz.! all of Reading, Pi., I ;

by Government! station motored to Kiuimmee Park Sunday' Yon should see our bargain. 'coun.t were a pleasant motor party spending j LEST YOU FORGET '

at Kissimmee for the week end in the Cotterman car'and enjoyed ,a ters. Will i 1 save you{ 100( per cent.F. some time at the Osceola. hotel. { i i <; .

ing Thumday, March .16: .picnic dinner IK 'Lawson They left Friday for Palm Beach and "
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' Max 'M in. Rain.," We have had thirty : '
'', Miami and will return to Jacksonville I years
Friday __ ___ 70 44 A, J. MacDonough has opened offices 3. W. Hewina has- sold his place Inl via Daytona and continue 1

Saturday ____ 76( C4 in the three-story Branson West .Kl slmmee-a 1 will leave Sat i ,t.helr'l, I
journey horn by boat. They were, so' experience in Watch Clock
Sunday_ _,. 74 39 building on Broadway and will con urday for Concord Tenn., where he pleased with this city that they expect l : : ,

-" Monday _. __ 82 44 ducta general engineering 'and ar will go into the dairy business. j .
to return next winter for a', and
Tuesday _: 78 68 chitectural business. His offices are Jewelry repairing .
extended visit
more
New
Oxfords for arrived.
Wednesday ..81 40 on the second floor'of the building.Mr. men jutft 'I 'II '
I You should, gee them before buying 'RANK"-Stallion for I
Thursday __. 73 33' service. $6.50
: I Ioooaa and 'Mrs. M. Tiller went to elsewhere. Every pair'' 'in guaranteed. spot cash. Money refunded if no I Let 'us fix yo'urs '

Tampa Tuesday, where Mr. Tiller has F. Lawson. .
H. colt. Wood for sale. .
-( c E G4S40 P 0 4 6' eX" Drop me a
been going to have his treated.Mr. .
++- :+Ot .1.1IThe . Tiller had the misfortune eye to have Mrs. W. M. HutBOn, of St. Augustine postal card. Henry Sjaarda' city, I COLE JEWELkY
at Old Jack Keene Place. 10-tf ..
his eye injured recently while repairing . / arrived\ this week, 'having been .

Local Field his automobile j called htieby the serious illness of Mr. nnd Mrs: W. C. Bpgu and) their '

; 1 her mother Mrs. Korhendef.fcr. daughter Miss of Burbank .
The Ladies Aid, society of the Presbyterian Dorothy, .

.... .. church will give a parcel Come and see our King:: Quality spent the week-end with thc>ip uncle, .
<--:- ..e-X"-k ":--><-<-<< :- S.
post sale and chicken salad) .supper. at I Oxfords for men. Just.:. arrived. F. A. Rogue and family at their attractive '
Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. Hart Wednesday H. Lawson home oti Mabbctte street, and : .
Memorial- building on llJ : .
E. Drought New Rivers Building. 30lf afternoon nad eveningMarch returned home on Monday. ,. The trip

He sure. to hear Mr. Arnold.: 22, from :'i o'clock to 7:30. 'Mrs. Roll Ovcrstreet has returned -- -.- -
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from Tampa, where she went for the ,....
clear. Mr.. Arnold Wedpesday night. Mr. and Mrs. W.. ,,L. Hogarth, of tirntment of her little daughter'seyes. I .

Remember the S. S. meeting next Hebron, Neb.'are among *the winter :I She is now with her father, F. 1 ,.../

Wednesday.Fat I residents!; of Kissimmee and are slopping i H. Lawson I CASH IS K.I N G f WE SELL FOR LESS
at the\ home of Mrs. F. G. Thorn- J!
juicy and tender meats always ason at 8 Orlando avenue. The! Special-7:3'0 Saturday nightLadies' -
found at City Market, "phone 44. tf crepe gowns 53 cents each, regular I
came south hoping to benefit Mrs. :
Hear Mr. Arnold at the Baptist Bogarth's health. I $LOO values. See window display THE FAMILY STORE

e church the 22nd.J. Friday and Saturday The
Mr. Arnold of West Virginia, whois I' Story Store.J. ./ PpAKE & PEAKE
S. Cadel wan a business visitorin to speak to the Sunday: school ,/
'/
Orlando Monday.Mr. workers at the Baptist church next'Wednesday i G. Kensett, soliciting freight
agent .f the Atlantic Coast Line
Arnold U an expert, in Sunday I night, bears a fine repu- whose offices are located in Tampa 'THE STORE THAT SATISFIES'f":
tation and will doubtless bring much I ."
work. Hear him.
school I helpfulness to these'earnest'workers. and Trainmaster Broadfield, of Lake. ,

Don't forget about the parcel post ,, All should hear him. land, were business visitors in Jlhe'{ I -

sale and chicken salad supper.W. I city on Wedneisday. 1 1I I' t
I Mrs. T. M. Farnsworth of Doland, '
C. Buns. A. F. Bass and E. 1 I.. i S. D., now spending the winter at I New summer suits; just came.<< Call .
in Bartow and get a KuH.irnd; save two to -
Lesley spent Monday on you
her
property near this city, returned
business. | |'three dollars. }F./H. I Lawson. !
Monday from :Tampa, where "he.is : \

)Do not forget the time for :Mr., Arnold itl.tfor\ a few days.. Stops at St. The Tampa Tribune's "Passing I G RA ITSTONE HOTEL

l. 2:30: and "ifiO: p. m at the, Baptist i 1'etersbuig I and Lakeland were also i Throng" contained the following item :

church Wednesday, March :22.: I I included! in th, trip. I W;.onesday! : M. Katz and wife and' "ON .BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA" \ .

Mr. and :Mrs. K. L, Lesley und 0. i :Mr. und Mrs. Charles it. Moore and'daughter ) A. It. Katz and wife, prominent citizens -j *. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAIs .
.
of Kmsimmee, the .
in Orlando '' and Will Moore, aiL tf St. were among '
f'. Pierce were visitors
at the Hotel under the of O. C. PIERCE formerly of the Mount <
Wednesday. i Petersburg are here to, spend two i guests> Tampa Bay yesterday now management Washington,

weeks. This week tjiey are visiting | who probably! will remain several Bretton Woods., N. H., and the-Tampa Bay Hotel.] Courtesy of Golf Links offered guests by. ,

"NeceH.it"-.. of Life" will be the I their. old home, in Kissimmee Park. !i days. I, Kissimmee Golf Club. Many improvements now being made in hotel and grounds. 1
subject of discourse, at;1 the Presbyterian -
1'heirniuny friends acre glad to sec'them '1 Kev. A. :M. Chishohn will preach I Ithe I
chinch next, Sunday.Mr. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 1
\ again.Mfs. : i: at Cluistian church Sunday morning -

nnd'Mi'H.: .1. II. Reese. of Orlando on the subject 'of "The Prophet "
spent Sunday with relatives\ and, __ George; S; Millard. and little JCI'cmiah--lIil' Place in Bible -Hisiti I tR'iIiGi." -T-. ''' : :_ VQ' t.._ iIIl_ I __ : J
I4, V'on left Wednesday! for, (Grand;, Rapids |/ ,.. \, .
friends in' KissiniTTii'e. I >-" 11.' v'i'l' ."";nk Sunday night'on .
,
1 1 ;Midi., In visit with relatives. Mr. or
We have I'WlIlIlll1 hats.. come and ;MuhirdM, .11|| join her thenand lifter the subject "When the Books are II i '

sent them. Vie SIMyou money.;" K.II. .V- time spent al Detiu)
l.a wsnn. 11 .,t.t they will leave 1 for L7miinto\\ii, Work, was begun this, wk on the ,,

1'a while I they expect to. make I their new bungalow home of the Uurnca
school
Attend the Sunday nieetmir
home. Class\ and Business Men's Class of. '
at the Buptisl; church next Wednesday the I THE GOOD OLD SPRING '.
j Methodist Sunday school.! This '
1 new
evening. C. W. irifln) ROma Thomas andLnie I'I'I
i building, is being erected On the vnI ,
Col. Dibble left Saturday for Kan- Paulk were delegates to th- cant, ; lot adjoining the Methodist
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Grand Lodge of the K. P.'s
ut Key
sits City after a visit here of several | '!lumli. W. 1 II. Arnold in charge of i iI ii EDICSNENew
West last week
an.d enjoyed a trip
week.8.IIcar'Mr.'Arnold. . ]I Ithc i work. The Baraca Class is taught.
j to Havana, Cuba Messrs. Griffin II
"by Prof. Evans and the Business ,
Sunday.school j
,.. on and'Thomaaxreturned, home, Sunday,
matters u. -A---I-next Vcdnewduy1ntt2j40 and 1 ivhil Air Faulk vislt d relatives lin 1.Men's art t't'LLntlta7 class: by"the",).,1'\:Rev sit"'r; S.W'1khn.! L'UWle n .(ruse v .f: ,i,; ,', >i"J"I'i I" \ ,,/, ,.(,..\ ," blood---pure blood, rich iii color ril1dhli": ," >I'", .

7(30 p. m, at tb Baptist church Ai am anti returned Tuesday A (ort'eJlof: men emplo'y.ud by the ,,1,1';:, ::':,," ".1 ' { full of red corpuscles, an increasedcirci' i"/, .

ltibama I l' iVing !
I'fAT FOR RENT I'urtnshed or un !ts l.enorlt Fortner, laugh r of ( 0I11PI1I1y'f1// 'f'the! sat WtJ .,. lotion--the system thoroiighl"' \V"t tV .
tins ,
week l leveling .
up
furnished. Apply"at' the" Gazette Mrs. It. B. Savage,'of the'Manhnttan paved .. " '
streets of Kissimniee. This work Is il11purities'und invigorated.
office.Mr 1 hotel, left Tuesday for Lakeland,
being done und-r the direction of theluet .
uiii-rc *-)he joined her grandmother, '
and :Mis, l K; I.. Johnson motored ..tJ M I'iki a nl tog 'Uu-i I they -, committee" of the -city council.It !. That's wIH t. you need this spring --- free
In IJII 'lolI.I :.Miiiid.iv, fob a'hll ]i- to 1 lie, hoped that o-ice the -tree-Is
went to (Cleurwatt r, \\liTr they will yourself from the conditions arising from ,1
with relative _, ,redlining, / 'In the ernmg. .an- l le\ led again the city will takesi ) H

frn-i p ml i ils ten and day relatives.ur too wicks visiting .us 10' enforc. the, ordinance. reiuirinir an indoor life-.-gather renewed energy and i: !i.

Every: Sund.iy school\ Woikrr inKiKsimime '' < plumbers and (it hess oho vigor for the coining Hummer months. /

ought tr> arrange 1 to attend Ed nn rd Klin., ', ofcu: :. Yoi, k, spent take] up paving to replace it in good I i J
Tut -day here" and in t'inpnny! with condition.,(
I tlv.' ini-fti I 'I! at t I the lii1:: pi i.-t i I A Bottle ofNyaPs "
.1\4I'/'ilatt"I'/ _
made
) a tap] to Kislpi ,
church next Wednesday night. ..J.V.. Harris, of Kissimmoe" has: .
mee Pick' to 1.0\ theland he

...... I P.> .1. Sunnier s icnl Tui'-day pui'chasi'd I there some months ago.Mr. joinedthe sales. force of the YtiwHIllucKworth '

in (Orlamloisilrig) i h I._ foiiner, friend: : Klne j is much pleaded \\illi his company: in the.hoe d lcpartmeni. Spring Sarsaparilla !
:Mr. Harris is 1
an experionc |
atiil, neighbor, .( '. ti.; :\1.1'n\\l1. and inv --t ini-iit and with. Kj-nmin"e. -
-ii shoe salesman 1 having been
I linking after business interest' will make feel like C i
Claude\ !F. .J who j is you new
Johnson
('am.p.IIJ1 connected; with some of the l.irfr. 't.Il'pal'tment :
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Take :your supper at the parcel manager" for Kx-io\'ernor'Al(; stores in the country. :fj'
post hale and) chicken' salad supper bert \..... iilchri'it; now running for I-ately he bus been in business' for Cleanses the blood und makes it nourish ;

and so be down t.iwn for th-- band U. S. .s nute, arrived Monday for u himself. lie will l he valuable.. alldition i the system.stimulates the liver, kidneys : 1 1J

c)1)'l'rl.edn'.day) evening.Mr. brief visit with his family and friends. to Yowell-Duckworth staff.
and bladder and assists them in their :x n
I in Kissimnieo. :Mr. I
has hcadiiartcrs
Johnspn Orlando
IJ-sporter-Star. J
and Mrs. J. S. Cadel.II'! ''. C. L. I f
< at Jacksonville and has just functions .
Bandy, Mrs. E. E. Naugle and :Mrs. | Miss Elizabeth ))oneJ.rlln. who with' :
returned from u trip down th.' I East:
W. C. Gilbert were visitors in Orlando ;\1 I'M. (;JeorgeV.. Ov/-rstreet, represented \ '
Wednesday. I Coast. the local Pythian' Sisters at I It will rnuse your energy to top notch, .

Jet; up early next Wednesday so W. A.1: ('\\'Qol entertained u number the Grand Lodge meeting in Key brighten the eyes, clear the bruin and give .
of friends last Thursday with a 'I West was signally honored 1 by the .
as to hear Mr. Arnold at the Baptist I you that springy step accompanying .,
boat and fishing trip on the lake. In order when she elected per-
was grand
j
7 : .
;. church at 2SO:: and ::10.p. m. J
It will help in work. the party were Mr. and !Mrs. .J. J. chief the highest. office within thee] feet health---you will feel it too. :
you your >
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TUl'ker.fl'! und Mrs. J. McPhatter, gift of the order' in Florida. 'Miss j jUonegun ,1 ,

Mrs. Pearl Jones who is visitingher Miss'" Jean Anderson, Mrs. Smith, W. ix being freely complimented You won't enjoy the summer-your work "

mother Mrs J. F. Walters', left A. McCool jr., Sam Hannah and Mr. by her friends in Kissimmee, who will hang;--in fact everything will be unpleasant '
Monday for Orlando and other points. and Mrs. Lou Seaman of Kissimmee declare that her faithful work for the I "

She will return for the Vcck-end. I I I Park. The party caught a fine lot of order richly deserved just such rec- unless the whole system is 1

Mrs. Clay Johnson and !Mrs. Run fish and spent a pleasant day in the ognition... cleansed and placed: on 11 new basis. ';

nels, of Lowell, Mass., spent sometime lake. 1 Mrs. J. M. Masters and. son, Her- '
I
in Orlando Saturday, shopping 1I I lion .E. L. Lesley chairman of the bert, of Port Orange, returned to I NYAL'S SPRING SARSAPARILLA WILL ,

and visiting friends. !I board of county their home Sunday after a pleasantvisit DO IT---and we never heard of a case .

Mrs. Henry Aultmnn and her wee Osceolu' countyand one of Kissim-I I with Mr. acid Mrs. I). G. Wagner I II where it failed to do as we say.

daughter were "all night" guests of nwl" distinguished citizens, accompanied I I at their attractive country home I to .

:Miss Edith Jenncss at St. Cloud Fri by Mrs. ix'sley and Mr'l I near this city. ., They were accompanied All this fori.OO--f00full doses to the bottle.We .

day. Pierce, manager of the Graystone on the trip by !Mr. and :Mrs. ..

tel in that city, were in Orlando yrstcrduy Wagner lIi"sl'Iuu: be here in business
Mrs. StcfTie and! three children expect to a good many years.
George on a combined, business and Adah Wagner, and :Mrs. I). C. Iuttoiffe -
few weeks, with I The only way we can do it is by ,treat!""
arcspending u pleasure Irip.-Chlando Sentinel.T4ie of .Jefferson, I ml.. The trip' > That's
her sister Mrs. E. P. Dnnn at her right. our policy. ,;
was mad in autos, the-Wagner putt" !
months old of.
home in Miami. eighteen baby:; '
i
:\11'. and Mrs. 1 K. /. ,Johnson who ,returning to Kissimmee Sunday ev- PHONE 'i

Mrs. C- L. Bandy and :Mis., Will drank a solution of potash Saturday I,I Cllingi -.

Gilbert; spent Tuesday with relativesin is improving, and it is thought he I i Charles Donegnn was brj THE PALACE ORUt :
flames and attended picnic 41
City a
4- may recover. The potash had l hen Kissimmee on Monday suffering froma

\ there. \used to clean a sink and a bucketset severe knife cut across the face .

to. \ Mrs. C. E. Denig, of Narcoossee, to catch a leak when the baby and other cuts on his back and arms.! SAM G, RAGSOAlE, Pres. .

'.. who has been the'guest of friends in toddled up and drank frdm the bucket. The wounds> were inflicted at Deer ,:

Tampa for the past few weeks spent The motheh instantly caught up Park on Sunday afternoon by George r

some time here Monday, while en the child and administered a dose of Lindsey, an electricianemployed by i I I

v< route for her tome. vinegar which probably saved its life. the Hopkins Lumber company! at'.' .

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giJAGE& THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY MARCH 17. 1915 .

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R ENOwNEnMAN LIon, no matter' how extensively ad- cent, water and 3.6 per cent grease, I K. A,, NI..m"'f'r.'hand, fund _ u 2B.OO 'council, 10 -iilred..' '(In motion lh" mittI -. appointed iijuht .In Also Mr.,' tI"t rtnrdnwi the,; .water plAce and, a.rnitr. |I'I'Ih.h" lj ljled {
eoinmlttei "
J. C Urirnn.'mdaw. for W l'.. . 1.60 55 liS'' relfiri-d (it I ho street, .
vertised, can possibly( meet< with such '.ho yield of the. tankage residue of Standard :Oil; Co, oil: . i 1. Ii J will h iiiiwer I 0 act: tdllcctOrI4. he. elty I..I'K HefK'woMid offlffo itat I..Ind-after f ftlctli fci

'phenomenal SUCt-UII.i unions it : Vrtilizer should bo about 25 I l-(jut lock, 1'iicklnv .Co., 1.ck'"M"r A reqiumt wnA iiri-nenlKl; anitnir| that: In ( )
P'1R : : llth 1U6. :
per cent. for HWlinmini ? : *
'VISITS ATLANTA Re( 'ie
I fur Kfljnuiry .- .. '. ...:, .. 0 I tliii rue. 'liio mi me heliiK for iMiifrfltpur.lit' of KerllH-m) of ehaiiKO t tflC
btltoro
-- -- .r hit
J : nado to yield one ton of dried tank- I I'I'IIJoI"',' III''I'tt.I I'ta d..r Jan)Its _- 101I'.1.0..I" .t, : On iiKilloii I tin* miiltci' wnw.ferrnl .'t'U! fat )'InstIll' I III I lit' .nl"w..I.I"' oil bto r'qllh"pd.

IM T COOI'KK-GIVKS-'..\llea: 1'.tUFJ'OM1 '('hoIJl
(ifyll'i/ / daily'tlyit\ they have: been- re- .taH''mnrKcl' the dried tanl.ago sells \| \\ Ii ::\1"t 'u I 1".",7i' S'5riniHB"iXlft. ..1111I >< u 4 l 11)r I for; It\his itt)' ]Ihft i v wiiulVl lie dist'l1a4'.tt'cI.| without$ further' I
<)W'< : : : E.CII'I "& 1'0 II. It ( Mink driiyirifii" _. flat link' Main I XI IetfI'oft I Halt nil IM>( SO iIlIIlt'i\\ -I
/ 'Ji<'vl'd (>:l discuses! '" nfUT! years: of, uuftfrlng : 'Qf about $10 l a ton nntl( at wholesale ;I I I It l"HlaiiliiJt, |>,",islit\ .lni ,"-'-... I lolly. I llmltH. A'HII' I cii' 'IflOM f,'"' e4nici'i'Tui . >h' V 'II- 101IIH' ""',,.1.-<\ hl'iI 1M reHlBt- f

CHAlJITV.M"ot ''hy 'or There hug been IKnlxl-lnl _., _. .. _ Jl lioli'1 j ?uI Vl'i I' ..'II ..aAtI. ..t.t., tin thou u UN Miili'i'I niiiKllKllt I I roiloctor: to
: its use.Tn'nliie $7,50. 90 great i \\J A ,lalii<>r, out I- mi-- -|>-tV- -- -- --A |-jl'-I :Illl4i i 'Jtt' I llulil., iiul 1 WHleV'eominllt"' I i; ,I'1'- IJU.< effect .Mured' llll I h I|, IU I (4, wlilelivv1t6 tit

rcc'ht-; j is oW t-xcl; ) u ivcly I.it h I Km- fuctu; ti<.'. K: I. 1" :. <'o !&.no I ilvoltnlt ItI' H !lkIHltl! loti of 3 IIII .'f. MjI 1 f.n fri.'l I1 l Itt. :ae'Mili; >,l., 5 :
W\ yonfs, (vrhaps! hA* I, :S.I': : iliii' f. I -lininu'e liy J. 7? Uohertxin and ii< fit. III\!. In (nHual practice however, l>:fll i iH"n (',,,,,,,,11 1 .."I| llrt'itt ti j 10t\ I IJ ,46 Illl I viHl.lIt'l' plain I 1111,1 t llurotnmilli'i. I t I ltil' < .u.lM'll I fldjiiiirn' ? l t" mi'ct In adjouin-t :1
thflc corninK/ of ,ai' 1)jli")\ dHlritl'l .('I<)l1II1 J liy the i>SeniiiKil? J'harYdaoy.--: : !Jib percentiige 'of lunHgo ,1, 4 C* tIr'"k ls. pill I lliM-nmn. t.- (IIM'CIfill |t|> lHlxl H.- I'l Unrdmr.vlm! :IIIIH' .4'' '' IIs.'t'vIng 01 l K. i-Hloii jiioxll.iv. M.-iroll:, 11l.li. at 7:30:
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V It I HI IM. sRI.l .U..I"| _. lilt i : I. : tot/i.e.( ; his '
nrnitft.'d sycl/ ) *iII.yrIA.d}) hll l' i..t Vi'4 i it : ; -T ; l hl ( a Illl I1'I m I'
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: A}v. , a net usually 2:) per cent. obtained.1'| | JV Mel Itivv-lln., I1-II4I \\' \t'j.. j. |in<>i'.; jilHu tlial" ::\il" t'. V, I It. 1'.Uh'J".II'n| j j: |/c, MIMUSKTiU'lork.IT I / i 'J
t did l the vicit pr, I,;' T. ( 1'I'Ior; tlJ, .Jllil . ------ -- -.-----.- 1 Til: ItHlii-iin. Hue wot'I It _ jasiu \ .
At prcftcut! liowcveri: i only cities < \ < lat'liM r. .11|ltn* vorlc '. St I TMIKJH I "-i------- q. j jI
: 1 lionnire philanthropist to Alliiida) ,rcccntly. | )llnllKul, , .1 I lee. llulll poh'H I 11.f'MIr
n the United States operate their I K'iri"( ''tM w (iiol fin- I'VI. fi83, laMilllMiiK

t :1 t W.C.T.U. COLUMN 1 ivvn reduction plants, und about 20 'i iI 1 l MxploH: .*- A: Hniiulyc. I I SICKENS !
I Mr. Cooper i* di'.vcnlxd as one ofArocricu's ". .. IM, ,,1. >rlil . 7f. <.1 lflLUjEL.I: i1U8WY .
.iid their gailia'gu; ,
: to privately own- i Kit: .\ |"ii1tulice| Co. llKlHit- 41 :VII "
foreinost l 1i ilfi-s of 11I1 l lTuncol
: I I 'It Utllnit. r-nl. H'ntniiH? 'Nir'V
il plarts' Tliwse produce in th. : ..: : /
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? I 151 'iti Ihiss ttiti thu I .
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: l thought 1I.lld l siuif| into fame* I ''ITre i i' lniHf, in III<' tliiiijrs: that coulse of & year 1 ';0.000 tons of tnnlti.ge It 1..111,,. HtlllllliH Ar |t''tiitIs I'M'!" :
and ,( tlirouKli his nt-w hoalthtlioriiB. : i I'M-il I M UltllKllllll. fll'HVIIUv' . 2(1-' ACTS ONUVERLIE DYNAMITE
fortune i iI i men) "do not i loveto hear, ; a-id I there, or fertilizer, nude from 1,0.(5..j( | .1 ';: "III: I'" t.tt:-ii.I.: M :iln; siItaiidv. : p_ Ii .

I ) .. I.IIHCI on what is known UH i is damnation in the that wick- < -'l'. InaftiiH-r 'bi .,...,
I things\ o DOO tout of raw garbage.- If nil of I t'ist'' M fui' Hpeclalv ..,\\'I..1t'I 2tti..'. 7.
tho Tanliic treatment. I Mo' is a Ian) of I I'd111'11 lo\e to hear. 1'ico, speech js tl.e !l9!II! dUel in thb United Sattcs I .1 TliiiiiiiiHon.iupir 'rio on 'ItttT')''1tij -------- > *

,.. . _ _ _ 7frtlloiioliible I"Dodson's 1
tiilents(. magnetic, force u.nJ
rare I to t' great peofilpvliat, winds are to which! have a population of 3 ,000 - r Tone" Starts Your Liver Here's tny! pimrnnteo-fo! t.n'Rl1Y ilnifl! P-
orover .Llver
( charm 6f manner lie nevr ccaeR\ to the oceans and malaria regions I City(iou itti:ll I of. KlHHlmmei I I --I t'O' ami'pet I 11 liU ..,-nt lx.ttl,. should '
nurprise you with the infinite variety which waft the elements of adopt" this method of garbage -, Clly. Mnnh, 7. I llUfi I Better Than Calomel and Doesn'tSalivate liver l't,''. 'I tilt0' a .jMNtnfiiJ tnnielli .
away disposal the total
yield should iloenn't. i
if ftrai'lpteii
and it
t-.. nlli'iniu'i I : I lOxi'i-ollvf. I Com-" ( you
of his kno\\lo ) dispupo and lirinff newelements of lie froin\ C.'tT.f.OO;: to ".'((7..r>00 tons of "nilltiM* of.. Hietille MIIM'H, I'ally nfl Make You Sick litflit "I|> ami innk >'oneel, line umlvijjoroiiH
eorrectncss und thorounhneHR. In RIVral health and wlicro free speech is fertilizer I l lHlniin|] ,:. berebv certify I that at tin' or I'.v iiKiriniiK I vvuiit you to (fo .1
; : This .
per year. would be j nrlmart i l let loii Ill-Id. on Ihi 4th ilnv nflnreh. .
of the larger cities especially I Inuk tn the *it4ir.. imd jfi-t'j' '(iir "......'Y. I
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stopped; -miasma is! bred and death worth (rum $4,780,000() to \ 1WIB.! i to nominate) nrriei-r for ;
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throughout .the South he has done a I 7000000. MilMirliiliB poHltlollH. Ip 10,. I IHI I'll. III 'Inillv Union tn UK' Tal!>4> no more Fii'k-, DinlHoii'fl! Liver Toitw in ilehtroj. log/ tlie
comes fast.-library Ward Ueech<;r. Additional I el'ectlon. I to be hld March SMh I
fertilizer, material: could I riilmiiel wlii'ii.liilimi.* <>rit wile of oulomel{ 'ts'i.ttiis. it. in n-ul livermeilieiiie
'ulmitiiiK"
(C'nillj.
great deal of relief work among the I' 1 11.1 I n. the r..lI"wh"u; wire ii tt tot nut<'d.: |: I
j ulr.o bit obU.ined .in iliiv'n wiirk \.t attic, tlierefan' I it .
the cities from )4nr mayor II. It. Muy. iiKtinii4-il.I| I Ih'II'I"M.' a ; ent.in-ly
i.z poor. RA many honors were conferred up- dead animals street Vor: elt.vlcrk I : : J. \K. Cllln-rt. I I l'nl.iim-1. ) (r. merviiry qiiH-kmhiT run nut siilivate or iniike ) oil niek.I I
sweepings and
Ur. Coopr.: is a firm l eliever In on our union tit its last meeting that fit.nhle'mallure.. : i l--'',..ir c mai-Hlial treanun-r I, (1.T.<-0,Z,vorn1r HoberHi r..1.' I \I Il ll ll (.t 11/1., .el" lieerimlH C Of t 'It,' bone f," mraiitei- that one H|I'o
practical l philanthropy, and hip! relief we are 'still somewhat d 'zed. After .l'' ....r term. lI..w.\I I t t''nl'III; '1.l 'M lien i it oilmen. i intxi\ ('..nl I n..t I.ist'.r Tom v\i1 i! !,lIt > I This subject, specialists in the U. I 1111.: ... an :Mrs. Clarke had given her of ,ith xiiiir I liile irn' li<-H i in'' ) it. ImMikiiiK I liver.to i work ami vtnir
work in Atlanta is familiar report
already to S. )Department Aifriculture believe, Kum For eoI I'. n.'I I Ie"" 0. forOIM )"i-ar term M up. 'I 1 Inn ix nlien \ .>ii r fill 1 lint nufiilineu Hint\, Hour bile, ami! etifltct l i ijiatiil' 1 wu..1AI i
ne litryaii
the charity workers of that city. During I the district convention, sh' surprised merits careful consideration,! because Ftc ex.'o'utiv; :' ..nrnmltl.-\: : : \%'. C "" anil .rillnp| itt !. I If I 011 .art nliij/! v% liieli ia elii'iriii( i ({ jour "v"teiii ami milkinp .

his recent visit there he distributed I the union with a gift of a beautiful it will, II.,ISM S. II. llullock. ,C .V C.rrHon.. IIi gishi mi..! "nil kiuMki-il.I mil.. if v mr. i vou feel' iiiiHeralile I I I gti a na ttt4't' I Hint

at the Piedmont hotel, under the white satin, luinncr sent by the convention be of advantage both to the : Vi Katr. tbiriforriUiHt. II, I.ilWHon,, that Ut. irI lucr i- tiirpul; nml IMIWIJ.H, ,.(ronliiiit"il|: a iMittle I of I)."I.i'in,' I l.iver i Tone will

direction of for the largest gain for the American farmer and to the cities niuiftt I bi> .plat upon.. the "N\d..1 I.nl-I 'i,. vriii \\1..\ .. 1'eiularhe.' . il| ,ii.iitti-'ut., .-*.,,1..1 keep vonr (."Ii.I ... family .....Ii"jl)I ) line. for

personal leading! charityworkers from which he obtains) his fertilizer. lol, In. !I... Voti-d foi al I I,,- Uill.Hiti'iiil I 'ittit i tWI. tmiiiiiif! liriMll': j i iH )."d nr l.tli-I. -< 'iir iimntlix. liive; it to jour rhiMn-n.! It iiliarinliKH
eleven hundred ready-made year, in paid UI members.Mrs. I I.. IK ,Id Mnri-h 2Mh I l 11tr.! like iUplramint
: S, II 11,11 I..t."k uM liikr, a "piMtnfiil, nf luimi,, li"-. Pini- '. : .l.-'Kii't gr'il'] and they

dresses of excellent quality to the WitherKioii|, was also prese'it- 'SOUR, AClITsTOMAcif3GASES I '": II. n"I1.\, \a VV t. HaxH. II M Katzi' ".HI'S Liver Tone uii luy guuiunlw.\ tuute.

poor women and children. Ladies ed with a handsome hand \bag, in app I OK INDIGESTIONi: tin" N Vvhlti-tt.rstt.:\'n'iMi-iitlvi'purtof i-iitniiillti l"(issiunttt'I . t' ..r ,"

prominent in Atlanta social life and rtiatun of her efficient service 11"M''r..lury I i Vfler uoliiK. .Into tin I r, |uit. It, waHII I '
I". I that tinnomineiH" inr 1111wii- .t _
many prominent citizens were on hand fur the year. M I I'H. Clarke i Each 'Tape's' Diaprpsin" digests 3000 .,.iix ..offli-i to Inlill....1 Inpliinil' on I tin ( I
j \ .1. 1. W !> ONln
,
1' ..II I.."till I..ill..I to lie "ut .1 I III Hi-b li- ii I
early in the afternoon to assist in cooperating stated that mud praise was voiceil.during i grains of food, ending all stomach .1, II 1 i l li.i'tli in to In- hlll.1I..rh I : 2f. I'm; I !I... .- r..,. 'I'rnn.

with Mr. Coop'r, in this I the sessions' fir the rniina .:'emilit mil" llu. el.'Ik, and tnt, "hltl ..r.' aulli.n I IHI'EI'I: : i: !.' \\ IIITI: i.i .iiimts4VAillii :
t' : misery in five minutes Izi il\ to have lit ktn pilnl.-.l' .in,'"I i-i folli-uH I "1,11,0 I I.nini.. loniiKt \\llli "ISO' Ii, UN. trot I I-.
worthy cause. !I of the disti4ct I : convention I I heldjn '' .M t h."I I IMI- iiri.inmfur( tioliluiK t ".' itt he 1'1. 1"14. I.,. '\1..' ut., hI. I I"J." iti. ,,." '' ''1'.I .1..1 OIl its .'tagit oft

J A few weeks previous to this he performed I KisNimmee last March. The next I Time it! In i'.ve minutes ait 'stomn ] I.Tin. linn. iiininllli, t' ,ttt.s I."olv iipmdiit, : MHHH; I'. i ,1,1oiii 1 \ !I'

\ a similar service in Birhiing-\ mmetinff i occuis Kiulay, March :21:! lit'T7 ('h distress will go. No indigestion, ,I... ...ni-1,1... . .l.-ii.lhiit al.l. fin. pulilii-) I HOUH. ..iili -. "Is. \ m\iiu: :1 rim. tt\r. i-\i"iv. IIIK 1:1.1. mom < toil;
.rl..r""I. at t lluChaplir
I A' > ; E'I'l': : 1"1\1'I : NI I'MiKit' : UK" t: < :
ham and 1 donated one thousand dressesto :2 :: (), heartburn, sourness or belching! ofgas !I i-lM-d. ) fin flllthi-r llmiIn' "hlo'll, to u-
I ,t..i, I "" minimi 1 of aliHi-ni) i iif I ih.ilr-
the poor of that city. Similar donations .. acid* or eructations of undigested ''I '. i .if K.ii.l. i .""mil'I II ", '.
I Tin. e,in l*'1. i \' i i nn in lit I1 mi i in, c.--
werj.al.so mad.- in :Nashville; I A well known A Tnt'riean authoi food, no dizziness bloating, foul t i..n,, i if ihniti.tt 1 i.f ,.il.l. i ii in ,mill. ,;'J;
.
Chaitaroojra, und Knoxville, (', und his once unite sonic wolds which seem breath or headache.Tape's 15 I" I ,|""HI..I. t .. ii I.. .t. hllllll.. .is I.
I. II t'l.fiiii| .-H fur i.in. liix I..r. it.lM" ,
establishment of the now famous "free ,I ptophetli' : l Diapepsin is noted for its I pi in,, Khiiulnu lo.. .lllon i.f l"lv A
\ I" i i i h'H, li.i \ i' In i1 1"1 rn.nli-' '
bread line" in )Louisville tinting, the I tan si-i- His ,'omingjU"J.'II11'I1I: s, asj . speed in regulating' upset stomachs.It vii,r \v It I ll I 1.,1 1 \\' n 1'\1.,1, , ;t

past winter, where distributed, ( fifty i j t tliey < 11'1,1 le all tlie e.nth i is the surest I. quickest stomach remedy -I!1,1 I"I "II; .11,1 C' M f..r infi.nl., .lIr.d",on I, t "still" HI h'I i"f. .ill tIlt... III I Dlowrr s* firotintl! Tim<*str' >nr miiko arid l soilssw .. .. ,.- 'J;1,

thousand I loaves .of I br'ad I absolutely I i The 'sirhs und (rio-iiunirs pro"'i..1" l t toitrIi' in the hole world and besides it SI ii.., "I.. ,nun| -, ,. MM h..1\MMOllll 1 m ;.1.1'.1.,, Klllln-. ) (i ,.": 'i''h."'".'I not It reii-asrs! pittash sails and Imfi.irHsirMIth ..; ,' '' .,--u t- .

free and without 'nuestio-i, to those) in I j di1 :i second lurlh.lead . is harmless. Put an end to stomach i ...fl." mil I Inipiil,. lh.ll Iln 'it'" ui.nlil i'' ,.. i : and vu-or; to. cr. >\vinn crops ami tnis.lil.ivvrrs .; ;-: f YfI" .. ::"
I Ills -hteous the) i I II, iiniii. .\rii-i, ills- UM-IIIL-, tin in'.1'-' '
want, proved u revelation] to iharity i iij scnttinre' in trouble forever by getting a large I fl..l\, Illl Illl.' 1..,, ,II 15MM 11 Oil" ). I "ll I!linirsl i ) iini) grtIl ] \ : :3jVt

workers there. I In fart ill praclic'illyevery : I' ciumlilintr thrums on e.irthI 'I I 'tI.!! 'Illlllllnil 1 .III.. I lifts ..t..t1itu. I ll, r'arhl.mIX! vvitli tin- -. .d. : ; ;' ;
( "l'\ '
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fifty-cent case of 1'ape's I . ,
Diapepsin .1' I"I I.Ill ll fl .u"1 Hi 1,1(1(1 ll 1 fll'l.l lo
city where Mr.I Cooper hits visited Our Kin 1 is manhinp- '! ", III. llll loll..ll (itluI" r"r ,.M I fit l oil i '
S I from any drug stot e. You realize: in . |1' > |Itt pllS )ti "--i-an >e .i |ii ;, ) I ) "'I:! VI ;

he ha* IIb\ ays shown his geatympathy : 'The ( ;ient'le I tll1l .,.." closing for vl IllllMi inexpensive. AVrile for IiI Florida&M, I I. l
t ( .lie five minutes how neediest) "t :s to suffer .I. h ItrnllM-i) iiMlf.il I |i' i iiii-K inn In ': : : ; H'r:: ,
.
,, I
for th, and unfi.., itt- tluir \ "w 1.ii K rr. ",, tt.hltt< ,iv nil Ini
IIIIhad. their ")
poor kil'K" I
day
1 i from inllil! -;tion, dyspepsia: ',r any II i .tit ..f \'n 2I I 1'1 Hrn .ills/ .i\ 'fn MJIIIII Blowers Limp & ;-c ,
nate by performing some uniijuv act :!'i An.1llh them "sin aid sorrow will 'I r. ' 1'.1 In Mi..t I i ...iiiniit. iVtr : A.V:, ...
stomach !disorder.) It't toe !quickest, iIMIi-mili: inpl-. nt "in t lie Mil Ban K 30S, Oc ;
of charity. I j I fiievrr ,, I ". r. ....:.....
puss awny: ; I i '0II I I' \ I 4 i'.u. 01,1 I I. i..l I II M ,,
surest and most 1-artn'e-ts! ftunuth "
Mr. Cooper contends that flflO- I i! I-'o-r I th" t tribe or .lud.-ih's Lion now : I In.., I tu (itt" .In .it in In,(il in"! nf Ijbol if -- -
,'jctoin the world.
tenths of the diseases anti ill-health comes to liold the s"ny- j -
- - - -
of the present American is due to I I Our King| is. mqrchinn on i The tuilian, with velvet crown- and Piles Cured In 6 fo 14 Days if I II

faulty digestion and improper assimilation The seventh trump\ is sounding a.nd' a brim trimmed with ,flowers'is/ Vonr rtruKitUI will refund money If PAZO ,'I
UNTMKNT till to cute any cue of Itclnnu. ,
of the food which
finally pro- I' our King! knows no defeat ; I in favor. mind Hleedlng or Protruding l'llr 'n6tol 140uy8.rate I
h
duces a stuffed-up condition of the vital -- application KIXC-H |I' **'' and .....t. .oc.>
lie is sifting out the hearts: of men I '.
:
organs. before' His judgment seat. of -- ------- -- -' ----

Ithaa been said that Tanlac, his celebrated -I Prcceedings I
Oh be swift soul to welcome
my r I f
1ft '" r. !I _
I medicine which is now accomplishing I .....fr
Him Be jubilant my feet !!L!! .. ;

such remarkable results Our King is marching on! the City Council IIIJJ mm 1M O. lJ""

throughout the country, not only 'J. k.tI N M

.quickly overcomes all catharrhal 'in- "The of the frailties of t
exposure V
.
March 7 1916.
I
'flamatlons '
'1 of the mucus membrane poor humanity, of the shjims, of society The Council met In regular .enrrion, --uf I -
,?'but acts directly in the correction of there being present (1. F. Krlhtm. nrrwtdnt -
% ,, and of religion and 'business : J. W, Thompson E. C. Hryi, \V I 'WEHAVEAH I fWiCothadorNeSfo t
thestomach, liver, kidney and intes- andof alf W,' Carson. II{, K. May.. mayor: L*wtO'Uryan.s ,
J,, i politics. arotconstitutingaaf city. a : tlnal dlsorde .(jtW\ \ ,!i ,i great, black l background.against b..rt.<, citThe .rk..It .,' ; ,., . i ; ASSORTMENTWhen I ,

Tanlac as has been convincingly] Which the glories of the Lord are beHne rend. and minutes approved.or't/l./ 'Keports last meeting1 of offlrrwer were.. I'I ck or Made to Order

proven by the thousands upon thousands -" revealed' in striking contrast as .. examined and approved. bills I
wt-r approved and ordt-red paid n* fol- '
., who have indorsed it. is also' areconstructive .thdvcritics of the world mercilessly lows : I
II ll May salary an. mayor >1" tonic Slnictnr l.slvlof )
of great power hcwMx the line and lay bar the con v4THtr.'<*.. Hal marshal 7ft 00 J k1 t allkintlsjisfK-c-ially M.11111S, ,.

and .has been A K ('ol',' .. 1. t ,
known to relieve the tna n zi police 1""
kers in politics and the pollutions of A"; ("o"'mall tial Hal po lie,. 4' <"II' (IiHiiiu'l.s: angles, stays, boltsC'\ f.
most obstinate ca",1ot rheumatism II our social system." J. K Hnl"ol1. mil tn.i, ". 1 2'! <"" :, I.

:' and blood disorders in a very short J. !:It U. :iHIhvrt.itlh.tt.:; :::: : nal mil.I: rli d'-v|rk'; roll 75 2r/no; :noJ j I "\ 1 fanh\; ( )( tis ill variety-asli 1 hi i rc.I.. flnr( r, ( I i'rrv, \\j

; time. I I'wlo < )'Hran.. sal 1 <-lly atty :21, yuO ,
K Kt ihl'H Hal I mbr ton". .11 I I 2 < awl lute :
FERTILIZERS FROMMUNICIPAL 'I\ \ t-ypri'ss:', iiiiilioganyiinaplfonk \\ pi IU'.
; It is, indeed l. doubtful if anything "VV < *'i r HI",in i, mil I mbr coun. I 11 I 2 ,noItoma \
Thom.iH. mil mbr, i .UIM, i II) l I' "<
ever placed on the market in .the way .1 \\ mlir .
ThoiupHoii. "ulI11 1 lIt''
of a medicine: has RprU'l1into sudi WASTE 'Kriit. rntt > Hull. r' tit t ,l'"eti\ l <.<" The Merrill-Stevens Company
KIM" T. I I'" phoftc r,-iit ,1 onMTH !
,
popular favor in so short a time. People Sit...,. ru. "nuMc. \ rIscn. FM i l' I i
\V I' 'f . into a market to
- OIr'! ( ) intlmpi, iHon.TH 4" 41 I you jju
t everywhere have been quick to recognize -l--; .T I' rirlftln' dump "-/lrl... ti KM.' 1 "". I.*
lI'ton I ( A of the
its wonderful merit. The demand 'Xhhi' survey vInn I'u \. : nnti (" resources in fertilizer materials 'lu In P'lrnlll. BtTimpH'. H. tn t i
for it has l been nothing short of r. nf i'll((1)' 10 SO just what you want. If you find!
phenomenal. fIn has drawn attention to the J. 1 I. ( >\"," i'st "I. <'ari<.t llitiK, tax I GOOD C'oiMpK-lrliiH'sciirriril( ( : i in sloe k. ]Be st <'< (ll1il'.d)] I
,
rtifi.t I' i- 1 .MMW a ASSOKTMKXT OFCIIOICl !
of : : -
large sup'ly these to he found in

; q' Atlanta, where Tunlac was "placed 'he accumulation: of garbage in cities. 11,11.*: I' (st:;Ito work Co order_ Jan- .Curiii-- 9 00 MEATS; to select from inachiiK slioj) in Southeast t for spc'wl'l,. !.... j'

on sale only about a month ago over MnIhn <"*o lumlxr St work ,. \ \ \
This wastmaterial ceontains nitro- \v FJ :iklriHdfi; mils.'. Stork 1 r.r you're more apt to he SATISFIED)
;: 9,000 bottles have been sold, which, .1. C C.itriln.; tndne St. work ? op A ('Oi1)1'I) ) \ (' force of woikineir\ rt'aily( fur roixl: ( I

'C'n. phosphoric acid and potash, ""(','oli' Ililw f'<> ,ndH. :Kt uitrK SI &o with your purchase and will
|
according to the} Jacobs' Pharmacy'Co. work tall t times.i Particulars ami I ciiottion.son I 'i
which are recognized as essential to StMt Itunk or KfHrtlmmec. |myroll H i ( | : ,
:; ., of that city, has established a new for H'' '''('' hut,.),. 234 111 I II Ii COME: ; ACJ A IN. That's one reason 5 ,
;, and is ; the production of large crops.' Valuable i 1.:. I.' HlptUi-y. Midi:walk certni- I I :short( notice. Wire, phone or v\ rile us.:.
record unprecedented in the ratol'eitf' d 5R.3S I IVrn why we want you to be suited.
as these elements' are to, the \ Cjiiirk.. bill Hal for F..II t .IH | \ "
history of the drug business of Atlanta. .
I ,' _ _ _ I
farms of the country, the frarbajre in Hta\ ntift r nn oo
1 In the city of Knoxville the I A J k: x. .al an B< aDK< r An no PHONE 44 -f:
which they are found is a source of Sam< It l lutjtf* r. H. 'pa)' roll and I Ir Merrill-Stevens Company
Kuhlman Chambliss.Co. have sold and rit t for: flr;- rt. 'i'I' 70 BO '_ .
trouble and expense to the cities. It Ford Cara,.n' (''' indue for- tire I Idtpt M._ _. 600 to 654 East Day Street
distributed 45,326 bottles since the I ;;
.
,seems, therefore, that this garbage 11 73 CITY MARKET i
27th day of February, 1915. In Louis- <)HP, ola ltdw ('0 aidstor. I JacksonvilleFloridaoe
,an be disposed of most advantageously r..m.'ry work _ 2 10MOBC
--ville Ky., the Taylor-Isaac Drug Co., ( Crowd, Hal nextitn <*,*m.-
by returning' to the soil in tery _ _ 40 00 I- J
who operate eight retail stores in that I
;
the form of fertilizer.
; city, sold 32,000 bottles in less than a ,
In cities of 100,000 people or morethe
90 days. Through the Nashville! office --
reduction of garbage/ by methods
alone nearly 100,000 bottles have }
I which furnish a residue fit for fertilizer ;
been sold in six months' time. The THREE SOLID STEEL TRAINS ,
use has proved to be a profitable '
demand for Tanlac is. Birmingham, '3. ,
municipal enterprise, and in smaller DIXIE LIMITED THE SOUTHLAND DIXIE FLYERct4IcJty'
Chattanooga and in fact
: everywhereit ,ommunities it might well be self CUVtLAHO -.
has been introduced has likewise ." Jacksonville", .: s A.M. L" J.k.on"", 8,20 P.M. L" J.ck.on"iU. 8,31) P.M.

been phenomenal, and the demand for sustaining.: Numerous analyses of '. ArTiEtoD 2:00P.M. ArTiftoD'12:3SA.M.. ArTiftoD IZ,5() A.M.

-aw garbage show that on the average 1 A.M.cOD 5:08P.M. ArM.oD" 3:5JA.M. ArM.con 4:25A.M '.
it is constantly increasing. A total
grease constitutes 3.5 per' cont ; -- CO1A1AP0U5 AtAttanta 8:0JP.f. ArAtlanta ': 'i] A.M. ArAtl...,. 7.4IA.M..

of over one million bottles of the medicine ind of the fcrtiliyer ingredients pot I CL.tt."ooaa 12: 18 A.H. Y.no".ilJe, 12',24 P.M. ArChatteuooga 1%: 12 P.M.ArNuL. .
has been sold in nine months'time Sr.L0U)2) T
l ish 0.3: per cent; I bone phosphate, 1 toitta IL lIe 4:50A.rf.ArLoulnilie ':GOP.M.ArNub"ule 4.45P.M

'.; and it is, without doubt, the .trJesL ,. :28A.t.1.Arldi..poll.. 2:00A.M. ArMartin.1I.5 1'.M.
lor cent, and nitrogen in the form ofmmonia tvw'st ArE..n..iI1e :
c J most widely' talked n( medicine in the yIN ,-. ArC.ndnn.tl ',00 P.M. ArSt.Louis 7CAM.
.
1 per cent. On this basishe S rStLounu 2:59P.M, m
: world today. wAs.1l.La.. Cle"el.nd 7:15A.M. ArEvansviIie: U:58t'M.
... value of a ton of raw garbage is ArTprreH.ute 1soP.M.
ArGrandR.plda 2:00P.M.
When asked to explain this record ArT.rroH.ut. f.'JAM
f bout $f>, the grease heirg worth $3 ArChtcaeo 55SP.4. AChjcago 745A.M. CLlc.ao 7t.3A.M.: '.
: breaking: demand for Tanlac, (;I. F.
nd the fertilizer ingredients about

:, Willis, Mr. Cooper's Southern rl'prl'i i .
j.
: f' sentative said : "Th"re cm 1 be only | : ATLANTIC COAST LINE '
I Since the greas? is of more value _
one possible explanation and it can JPufl
'han the fertilizer, the .reduction pro-
tohkBirr word 'merit.' That AND CONNECTIONS
be one ,
.
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is
I ss primarily designed to recover
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( tells the whole story. No prepnra he grease. There are three prH ",, Bravn.ua Xoom \ A
SU "I'i Lt74 ,:D1 ,,,ii,,1
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ltv Cars Ob \
!j> ) rvatioivUbrar/ -
Drive Out Malaria ipnl. methods of doing this. The Cor. Din-ng Car
Q.3; :arbago IH cooked and steamed and H.ATIOEucmic. LCHTEO "
And Build Up The System .r" r
hen prised dry an.d dsgreiseil inFisolire. 4-
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.
c.ake the Old Standard GROVE'S -if---- -.Is
4_ "' TASTKLKSS TONIC.; You know : Or, th.* garbage is dried - __
cliijl Jar 3etaile3
utfornifi'ion.or sleeping I5 .... r'
what yuu ale taking, BS the 'formula is I rec-tly' ( ( in rotary hot air !Kilrs an') : cajj on or w.rit' carresfrvZti0jis .. . ; i4

v, printed on evyry label I, showing it is hen degreascj in gasoline- ; or it is .A.WfKTOT ZPA >SfMKXlAHa D.PA: .

Q elaine and Iron III a tasteless form. Iried, ard degreascd: in one operr.tion. &f VEST SAT fT HllllBORO MOTEL. ,.. -
malaria thebuilds
The Quinine/drive. out ,
JACKSONVILLE
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,-lit>Q p the lyntem. 50 cents Aa raw garbuga contains] 70 per -. ----- -. - -- .
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'"' covet the ground rapidly. house. A man who happened to be activity has ,f'been covered by worker Rich and becoming:l U 'a dre....,0( 1'
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Another consideration favor, of at the station when the hog weN In the Station. Some light will\ bethrown whit i plush, embrodered'around\ thaV '

Agricultural' News Notes thorough early cultivation is the fertilizer being loaded aslfed the farmer why he \ on every question by -those bottom with.. black,silk. .

F shortage. Not so much fertilizer was shipping those young brood sows bulletins which'pertain to the par
FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA} will be' applied this year as for There were' "about forty in the car.' ticular branch,of agriculture it} which Sealskin and mole are very much
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE" merlyt. Good cultivation will not replace The farmer relnarked that he had the 'question arises. used for: the soft-draped choker collars j

.,- fertilizers, entirely: but it will all he could use at home. Bulletins, '> may be had as- long as on the new tailored suits. ,'

? I make growth conditions happier and The car of hogs and H. C.-Lawton, the supply lasts by'addressing- 11.:

EARLY' COWI'EASfAV. Affected$ hogs become unthrifty, the thus overcame the need of" fertilizersto agent; in St. Johns county for the Rolfs, director';" of the Station, Galnse-
s ESCAPE WEEVIL hair turns dry and 'looks dead: and some, extent., University! of Florida. Extension Division vllle. Every farmer In the 'state MUSTANcfFor

there,1s fever and general debility. In .reached Hasting.8 about ,the should have his name placed on the
The' farmer who wishes to raise advanced cases the animal has troublein GOOD SEED ESSENTIALTO same time,, Mr. 'Lawton liked the mailing' list to" receive new bulletinsas

cowpeae'for: 8 ed1 a one. great enemy breathing 'may'becomo: weak 'In THE BEST RETURNSDid hogs and knew that some of the they come out. When' they'are Sprains Lameness
the weevil Early plantings will the region of the loin. If the hog farmer, in" the county needed the received ''they should be filed ..for future Rheumatism,
probably escape weevil. At least flinches when the hand Is pressed you ever reflect that the best sows. They were Duroc-Jerseys of reference. I i. Sores Cuts "I

there will\ be less damage to seed of firmly over th>9 kidneys it is a good. land, thorough preparation and cultivation good blood, pr babl7. eligible, tq reg The efficiency,of the station will be Penetrates and Heal*. ,.
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to early peas than to the late. The 1 sign of kidney worms. will bring a small return if, istry. Stops Pain At Once,
common practice is to plant. after Hundreds of these worms, many of your seed are bad T Bad seed are ex The next day farmers bought every greatly Increased if farmers will\ apply For Man and, Beast :

oats. 'I.which are 1% inches long .and Vi pensive. You lose money if you do brood sow in the lot. One farmer for information. If bulletins and 25c.50c.I. At AH DeaW '

E. S. Pace, district agent for the inch in diameter, are often found in not get the highest possible yield for paid about $200 for eleven. He sold complete reports on the subject, are
\ University of -Florida\ Extension Division [ one hog. They burrough through the your investment. A high yield is not fiv.a of them for $40,apiece the same not available, inquirers will be rr

-advises those -farmers who kidneys and the surrounding fat, apt to obtain if seed are not clean, price he gave for the eleven. The erred to stations which have such LINIMENTTry

want to' raise seed to plant as soon causing pus and degeneration' of the pure and true to name. Marion county farmer received six reports.

as the soil and weather are warm organs. Some find their way to the Dr. W. C. Etheridge, professor of cents a pound for the carload. 1,
enough.;; The crop: will mature seed liver and lungs. The spread of agronomy in the University of Florida -, W" '

and a second: crop can be planted for worms through the hogs 'is slow, so College of Agriculture, urges SEND FOR STATION. BULLETINS
hay, soil improvenemt of grazing. that older hogs are affected most. farmers to be careful in selecting or t

The first planting can be made during Dr. A. II. Logan, veterinary field purchasing seed. Of the various The University of Florida Expert,

early April in most 'parts of the agent for the Bureau of Animal Industry characteristics on which the quality. ment Station has been, working a ,.'
state. who is stationed at" the University of seed'depends, the most important good many years to solve farmers'

of Florida;says that probably 'genuineness' ,. purity and viability problems. 'Reports .of the work can i

GROW COWPEAS WITH CORN 75 per cent of the Florida hogs are be found in bulletins and records of
Genuineness refers to trueness of the These bulletins free
affected more or l less. They get the 'Station. are '4
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There ia indication that fertilizers eggs lnt. the system by feeding I seed to name. in many crops a given and every farmer should apply for .

will be cheaper next year than where infected animals have been. I variety is often sold under different them. Almost every phase of farmISEEDS '

this. Farmers must make plans Worms multiply in the body, as well names and, on the other hand, the ,

which will make a future shortageless as throw off eggs through the animal' same variety name is often applied to ,
keenly felt Nothing will take excrement. These eggs will hatch different forms. In such cases, or in A Natursown on Your Land 1

the place of the various fertilizing and start growing if.taken up by'another most cases, seed should be bought v
constituents, but conditions for plantgrowth hog. under a guarantee that they are geu. ))
I nine, true to name. It is safest to "They say" the phosphoric acid in' natural, a
be made and the
'- can happier I the
To control this parasite, turn
obtain a sample and refer it to the 4 wI finely ground can't be made avail-
necessity for fertilizers, or large : infected pastures under and use lime lV' w sr ? phosphate ..(

quantities of them, will not be so liberally around the pens. Put a mix. Experiment.Station for identification.. able quickly enough to increase the yield ol ..,
Purity refers to freedom from for We carry all the
marked. ture .of 1% pounds of charcoal, 10 eign matter such as chaff, trash, leading varieties and standard that crops to which it is applied. Of course"they"mostly
of hardwood ashes 4 poundsof
Florida land needs organic matter pounds ,
.
have been
weeds or adulterants. Such impurities testeiland
folks interested in the.sale to
whether or not commercial fertilizersare salt and 4 pounds of lime 'where known" to titadapted are .

used. Cowpeas will supply or- the hogs have access to it at all times. crop are seed far than more in common others. in Farmers forage I "nil and climate.Wr tt> _our. 1 farmers and fruit growers of acid phosphates. ::1 i
raiv sew .ke
ganic matter. As a precaution againsta Turpentine is the best remedy for _
Imm.dl./e aka
who intend to purchase sued should :
further shortage of fertilizers, E. worms in affected animals. Allow mr.t of all tnt'HHoimblu "
obtain a sample for minute examination. crop| Others are just as positive in asserting that
S. Pace, district agent for the Uni- the hogs to get thoroughly hungry, I .I'ed
If they find Impurities, purchase I Natursown does make better and bigger
crops, t
versity of Florida Extension Division, then for each 100 pounds give 1 teaspoonful should be made elsewhere. If'' 1 .a":":J) 1.1'FATOF.Y.Ip.lel.aa '
TCCommendH between the of turpentine in the feed l !Nf>. 4IImr not only the first but for
cowpeas year, many years.
,
: the sample is reasonably free! from i } t Kmrlr: llpilMll.p. /
Experiments have shown once a day for three or four days. Triumph.NO. .
rows.
corn adulterants th?y should buy with a 1fi Quite naturallymost:: of these others arc per-
that about as much corn can !he grown Stop earlier if the hogs seem to begetting I sirn' t 1'1': ,"t I'll i j.
guarantee that the bulk is as clean as N t tr' who have been
with cowpcas as without. The rows I too much turpentine. Treatment \t I MIMTIIHOII sons, progressive: enough to try
of I \
the sample. A large: percentage > 1
can he widened n little and the peas may be repeated after two I II mill |Ih,> I Sinn II out the Natursown in and fields. '
groves
I impurities in a lot of seed will greatly Kpanlah I Two way
between when tlu right tune weeks.
planted i"'OI'| /
I reduce the stand and hence will

conies. ]lower the yield.The I See f'..1'n. Mil. II"',!.. You don't have to take the word of cither
UO NOT\ Hl'RNVKtiKTAKLK: 1 ti.rg11111" B. 1Ll11
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viability or capacity of the I weed Natal drawn. ( t crowd. There's better to find out the
PEAM'TS LIKE A WARM: (; MATTER Ithodra I firaHH.KlifTIr a way
seed to germinate depends on many i'huC". (' .
SANDY 1.0.SOIL: ( I "wlwn., truth. Try Natursown this in
rein
factors, among which are conditions 1 Velvet ,- year your grove
Everybody: agrees that the man who I during the season when the seed wasgrown I II a lid Tirana LoN lit ltd t'planil iji,; Peanuts like a warm sandy loam who killed, the goose which laid the I Klce.TOMT,
care in harvesting and curing, I
soil, which is well, mined., They also I golden eggs was foolish. How about I the way in which the seed has been i !! <> I'I.">TI'll t! no one can dispute". This knowledge will be

like a swell I soil, according to John matter on his land whe'1 it n..pall\ stored and the age of the seed. Via- I and.IniCMlon..hr KamonKJohn llrnutr i worth money to you, aside from thc good

'u', M. Scott animal industrialist to the the organic matter he can put into it? I bility should be tested before plant ll.rr t ; Natursown will do :

University of Florida Experiment I Jt is u common practice in some sections ing. The real value of seed for sowing Write v { your crops.
Station." The rows should h? fromthree bat l all the weeds, trash and un far :1
to : w1-eklvprlr.llatIii! (
t be determined only when its
four feet and the I can Flold 3ad'rnln. Fend t<,,lny for our five booklet giving( full ;
to apart 'remains of former when the
crops purity can be determined only when e !'on. II 1"I I Ki-e us quote
from to and one-half Su .nlla Our .li> \ you
plants one one land is ready for plowing. < .
its purtiy and viability are known Berlptlv entnlnn t
feet apart in the row. S. S. Walker, associate chemist to free on request. "

Mr. Scott recommends that the the University of Florida Experiment SOWS FOR SLAUGIITER .'i fATSTTOulTlir Lakeland Phosphate CompanyCypress ;
i
nuts be shelled to give a Latter Station reminds farmers that they AUNT FEED ,
BOUGHT TO BREED "
Make* hciu I
stand. They may !he planted anytime not only destroy organic matter but I your Avenue, Lakeland, Florida
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from March 15 to July. 1. Some they kill many beneficial bacteriawhich I I A Marion county farmer concluded I E.A.MARTIN! SEEDJACKSONVILLEf Co. d
farmers like to raise them between aid in making plant food avail ,
that he had too many hogs and sold DA. ,
the corn rows. In that case they able,when thoy: fire such material. It carload to lIastings packing .. ........
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should be planted at. the last cultivation' ! Is not desirable to plow under a large I
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.' of corn t ,'f.,"," ''. amount of dry matter! when one expects -
.....1 I t.I'JLllulrl; 1l\, ',v'\',' ," 10. to plant a crop, Immediately. '
,,"n II ("' !"";';.hl'EANU'IS;\ .,'Ih..... NhE",,""y-.,.D\ol".fJf1I'J 1 LIME: !! #io),. Butt when' land is in' dire Jiee4 of. such . VORITE I
organic matter, not 'a" straw of it -
Peanuts need lime' to develop the should be destroyed. Disc the field -- -" '
4; :
nuts. If they me' planted on soil de"ficiont l oth ways before. it is plowed and .' ERTIlIlERS I
in limp there will be a large work it well!] after it has been plowed II
percentage of empty hull.. A. P. I V'eiy little trouble, will be had and I
I I The Favorite Store of Klssimmee
drill. id for the U'li-
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Spencer intent i I lb.' results \\ill be profitable.
.I : DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE
veroify of Florida Kxtension Division, ; -----
recommends that the sail he sweetened !i NKKDKK: WORKS WELL I DIFFERENT KINDS OF

even where there are lime depositsnear , IN= YOfMJ= i COTTON! ( :'; FERTILIZERSWhile I

the I Hurface. Ground limestone the basic elements arc the same the i FURNITURE ? '

in usually effective, lint on land which j (Cotton needs light cultivation at by amounts of the ingredients vary

has not been limed within five years first. K.: S. Purr, district agent for FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE
and on which one wishes i to plant the University of Florida Extension; '
MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS.
p--anutn immediately ground limestone Hi\ision. i recommends the weeder, for
:.. is not salinfactory. this cultivation. Those farmer, who i --I'
M1; Ground! limestone should lie appliedat have no machines should provide Each ack k is marked to show the important !

least four to six< munths ahead of them. It is especially important that elements. .
1, planting. Those who have nut applied I cotton get a good l start thin year Special Formulas for All Florida Crops I

:-.,: and who. wish.to jet the lielie- i since the earlier the crop maturesthe Write for Quotations. I '
, ficial result. from lime should apply more boll weevils] it will escape.
;;. fOO0() ) KOO() pounds of hydrated I The weedcr gives all the cultivation AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS. In connection: with our Hardware line we carry a complete t

';1 lime to n'i'e the two weeks h.nt'e''r t that young cotton needs and it rovers INSECTICIDES. bee of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting home, and

;-_ planting Hydrated lime is much I the land rapidly. Since farmers al'e' handle reliable *
' more effective if land contains a large I usually busy! when early cultivation t. INDEPENDENT FERMER COMPANY

1", amount of vegetable matter. If'' becomes need 4 I
,, I necessary they some JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Bed Room Furniture Dining i
: ground limestone is applied about a I thing lilfc the weeder which will give ,

/icy... ton to the acre will be necessary. i thorough cultivation and which will 4 I Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Par-

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., FARMERS MARK TWO POTATO ,-, lor ,Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,
);: CROPS IN SIX MONTHS
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{ Couches Etc.
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Some farmers in the Hastings: district DOST 1 In
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1 will make (Iwo crops of potatoes
this winter. A. P. Spencer, district 4Clfi U This .store U making a record for itself in the matter of

I' L agent for the University of Florida l helping people to outfit' homes. Come and see. Our prices are

Extension Division, reports that sev ripL' j

eral I farmers who planted during the MISST344Q

\\j,>' first part of December had their vines ,
killed by a recent frost. The potatoes
". were not very big but they were TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo

&:- marketable and were dug. Those

.l farmer intend to plant again and if eZI. matter what kind of an Engine yon hare-Gas, Steam,
.. they do they will get a second crop
Railroad or Stationary Ea&1afl-we have exactly the Tools yon

i by eaily June. Deed in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers. Oilers, etc.,
The first will not l he heavy,
crop all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that wiD
bushels to the
probably forty to fifty
r surprise yon. This store has the reputation of handling only r
acre, but two crops of Irish potatoes
hardware that is of and will make mistake
) in a winter is remarkable even if superior quality you no

w. one is small. Mr. Spencer says that 1,: COpy in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock.

Hastings growers are feeling good. .
____. They have the largest acryage in the,
t history of the district,' ndications are I ; t

I\.i fair ise well.for a big crop and prices prom- ( ) 1 PAINTERS FLORIDA ALMANACE Osceola Hardware Company tr.

KIDNEY WORM KILLS HOGS

Look,out for the kidney worm. .0. PAINTER FERTZ. Co. JACKSONVI LLE. FLA

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p !h!' Il'''IVIIII' ,t1'. ;.11.1. I' n I. ; ui I ;Iilt. Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
ASkfor HIP [REST .- 1
Ct"Y .

We make it. Every Grocer sells ito. v JS* Romans and ti,c ( -nJle. r 4d.i ic Try L's on Your Next Order For Feed
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A. NIEMEYER, t-lili! r,1 1* hi; 1'o mi inn'" .,it. I"i 11 I, IH...d-4 hou ,1.1 In the limit mill bmlt, ..
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Mitchell Street (.ll Hill'I- Illlll, 'K'I 1''is-, the! I LI, I I.. Ai li'H.li-lin i.Ut. i luuiti: I. -tII..r"i 'ts ultlijul II '1:1'I: : 'he |l.o\ I'IA! 'I'Utlolis hilt, II the ; :- :- :-:- v -:":- v :--:-:- -:..:- '
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!h ll'linn.' 'Ii'''nl nn i T l Iht.lnnli'!, I > l I- 'Hn>. :t,il I II.'.. nl ,in' I \, In. .ii e'.Itt.'Ii, Fed smui li'liklo 111 the <'..11111'. Mini I tin A _
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k Lisle( I i .u.i <;niii'1 in n.f'rlet.lhadr': : t.l\ i't ii gap ix If .Jlh.] 'I'hr, l.utnniiiMelt : Hun IUIIMII t liiMiiin, nkes t u little buuth f: ATLANTIC COAST LINE '
..I' MmI I I""d. 'I 1 In- hL11 11,,11 1! H L ikes CIIIID--'[ td Iii i Inline.. I tin lift' of n" if rub apples. In fmntSTYLE = :

the line rf the talc la the l 1.,1. u -,,fill ,11 i.<*.HimI'm'i.ilil.x. : I HUM' iliaimtJ - : Standard Railroad of the South

t'.jilr I : iiiin U iiol Mu: i :"poi,.HUB this i

C aoooo tl sf THE FIVE O'CLOCK. I IGoodi. when a house Jot uti 1'... II I! TIPS. !!

fe f M. TILLER I I (

I .. For the Tea Tabla at th. Mi.. Thaw on the Beach. About Capea, Frill, Scar(.. Ribbon. Fast Tourist Trains East"New

Real state Agency. Height of Its Seaton.Ilicie The oiiilliiiK/ young girl in the picture and Other Frivohtiea. ,I

.u..*%vmm.m%.mmum.nmvm.Mvm me mini] leiiii'lint'' ways of, ncems n little shy. and somewhat plpiis> Skirts sic lo I he longer. If we are I
serving dates!: In-Hldes plain and us a F<1 at the ('uineru man who caught !her to bollcvr- citalii rumor which coiner

Realty bought and sold. BUoeU Uoo tlieui iiH p lilliim.for bund us sUe was valuing among. tile hath. Stow PanIC1I0t very IOIIK. hilt not York and Florida Special"

House rented. ? \Uiuei9. Take two cups of dales put houses at I'oliu BeachFla. WhatMiulo I quite) aljlm-x! 'hltcvl ns.. they have 11 l ("en
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Taxes paid and Titles .verified | ; them throiiKU: \ meat chopper' then. . for some time. Some of the evening t "Florida and West ,Indian Limited": '
add of butter 'and blend gowns. on the 1 oilier hand. are '!
for non-residenls. : a cup poiuiut FloselyI"( X : ,.. "Coatt Line \; '.' , ,- : xSTECL
them (oKethiT..,; '!lion spread. the' |paste> dnix-d| and cihtgingIfnlllugInat i / \ ; /lthe '' "" . )Florida'MaiP.i'" .I>,/' H''J.! ';" \ .,. !
Accident : "
Fire life'and Insurance. ,
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j y L>elw.I'1i '11111'''' ofUj' U II oj been. feet.nllli nil rr "Ilktl,'f < ) : "' )
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? : SfAnot liifr w .ii1"1iIIl" > user, T dates l In dllfereutfiui tstsslble, fmm1the"BuQy; ,
r Indemnity Bond- hnKed cuslmd. In tiiplmu;! and as till III;': skirted crentlonnhlcli vo are now I'

.. $ for rookies. p'es nn -, with 1If'1'1! intouud. liiilsthi'v. ",,".(, r I HIP new linnet ,Is very fowl : SLEEPERS -:- DINING CARS

n ill!t.iI. i loll- stud. 'iii 'ii' i* Butts as a : nalliif.-. hut 1114 a -In-rle syrup of lute i 4

f'IIltIillg|> ! iinil..1"(1'W ,ith I i rle... mid. 1 I.. a Is to lie ind. for ili' 'i.oriitlnu ll 1.III". "" I .

...:-:-.:-,:-:" x.o.C. ; ..:-: '...) 'I| III'luf l ,"111. a' up of -ii Ue.l I dale. and '":" ,, u ln> w i-li In I 1(0 really up lo dnle Mlkiilnon :;: Sec that your reservation" a re on one of these\ trams

a i in m'ti i' of. n 'ul| i i if 1\,'e. N\\ rt1ll I t I i I ti and, 1 i !n('1', < ile .tilll'. lime tnken, h -_____ :It

mid 1 Imki. In n <- |I..w m en I I I ; IIU'I Flared' In nn 'it ud'antliIe<1 mid me .;. J. to! I Kirkland.. A.II.. I'ntot'

', W. GRIFFIN I! Cook kitpi In her ,mill< 1 .1"1'1( mi "s 1 I j i i f f"I simply| oinnmeiited ullli W'l,.\' line, hemBtili : Division l'i-H'IIg't'l' Agent: l 1)i\lsion I'.issttiirn' Agent :
i HOI'I Hunt of pu'It" mil", I li'lltei-, I that t i 'him!; inilk 1 i niliiilcli' .rami, ro\\s ; ,
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mi ied" so. nun' h ii' Pr''Parttt i i rt'i.hty J( _, '-" of blindoili, in fiiLu'iil or ;iliiiin KllKlior F .

Staple and FancyGROCERIES : I f fur the tin. IIft"I' dialer i -nppeimid' I .'. ..., biiHiiiilioli. sluts' for h""rlilljl ill-> .. .. .,......... .... . .. .. ...... .. .. ., .. .
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hliilt-e'.' I iti,'III I "'s 'NIt I has Ih'llI 'letdHi, \ I ,; '. lion I'Io..h.| pink N still. Hie 1I''''. pomlar |' '

.ill. lililnl 1 fjl.i-- .1 Ins mid, l l illiil-' ' I I ', 1 1I olor< 01 1111 i \-t1ui| .tilo. shade of ]pne'' .

: m,d Finn i.s i mi I It' tiiade) III I II mo'm'nt's r tR' -. parinii' tlulrt\ IIIIIIIMI'or I

imtl. I here feu' "I her. lies! Is ills, '
J e mi n ilflel noon fools lute( n
: I 1.\1 1 eSmiluui-; I 1 1r I HIM t' Itudrttry. to ropy i .| old fn'Iiloneilinodis -(::\)
Free all vit
Delivery to Parts
$ : 1 Rutter.-1: )l.'nh! skinneil) mxllioiiii 1 hiii.. II us HieKtvles" 1 l .f i 1S.I: l and I' I

ot the City :ti f : ] vniilhis. |t.. n |1" 'iMo' nn 1'1 I thenKtnilunllx ; \ I the: littler, \piift of. the pU'lileenth" ('i'll- S

rf ''.,I I 10"1"1.i" .\ lit tt.! leimui .lnl<'e I iurSilk. ) \ run us' me made. \\ltli pannliisel' {;

i .*.47 -:-: <":-:.<..:..:.: :..:":.-:-:..:..:.:: I 111:l\' lie n''de'1 1 I t.> i limit", I t"> l'i,l\f' 1t Aerdiiili'i \ ) .' ,. \' nun li lonpeil' up at Ute' sidesnnil .
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!, .> -nli'l\\ li'h nil "(11'" Ormiv' I loud I in.,ei,. i "I"II"IIIIr" mi'li'l 1',1.\.1"\. -
luitter' fur nrtitiioiin I lei, Miiidxiiiesi |,, : .' I, The slei. .es, mill lip close >lillimr lor l,... ;J. /'/ .' FERTILIZER
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'" or nut 0'11""r s\\eit t'I'tug; L I the l lop| n Idly for rrenng I ) ilressethe\ r.v: -r" .,;.' < D Sc WILSON ATOOMER
.in"" ri!, d) "rt 1'1\ D. "1'110.t 1'1111..1' are made.) pith, II Iliix puff' all l h.\. ItKelf., ,: : .Lp' ) FERTILIZER CO.
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Johnston Olhi.s TI aV l lie i'l'" "ml. I" a o 'tnhli.. Tailor rn,.ides. mt < otnpteted, wit It lit. ; : ,...>" ( C..J,j <1/"' ;:
i *I""I.'I'j t i'' i-h' .,d) to' n f. r i t e iiiul c u'IIMI Tall .. > '
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tip <'IIM'N in"I IIHM' I thehoiilili' rn 01 I .F4 f." l:. ..r:!'
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id 11 1 'lo hturt.! : :, t ( i"ets' " Ire' i'ho'iped" ami, 'log don the enter\ of the !liai'I It us fur ,; . ".... 4 L

CITY ENGINEER ';1'1'111",1:i ullli hilte'. find,, ..lth'r o' ns the, Hiil-t line. Most faM Innt inir/ of

1"1(,,,e din I ti. I'Kel;, on bro'1 led. th'pv. or nil pc rh n I is are the ipin'nt ",','1. rnllleH,
I I lnM'r-tnks) us Minil l I' li nltir4> !* or on iiiaKe 'h
In velvet or tiitTetns that "HIM
Surveying and I f'rrtn |1..1' Ntiiiihi" ; IM('IUIS to Improve a pielt.i fninip to thp, fn.p. Thpsp nill Use BdeaB &FeirtiBizers

I lie tliiM'h. I !lit ilpsletipil! .) to milt the partleuliirpnnii

DraftingInsurance and ulll have a Urn bum of
I Make Your Own Ternary.Yon I him of colored. iIlilHin In
r lowers or It And Be Sure of [Results
li A':Id cinpefntltKIP'S "
.i .- eau' 'Vt t ei ets r i -.- .- I, one of HIP old fashioned" ninnies silt'lius ,
- li\ t 1.1'1'1"' n fe.\' ]'ni'mitionsWhin \ f nttnehedto j
seats iii lie ur'V101110 rust!
,Pm'IiiIhr't ,ds do not b} AmoI..hl\\ I'IIKH AiHuilltlonVI'H
f MM I For Ideal !
i onp side) a quarter century Fertilizershave
kee-i' :irn I I''t! hate I Irr'i' i nt Then MI1KINIA 1TIAW.nlio diode alsodeHlKiied
LOUR iilmin or lafTrtn arc
'In..f".e |1'11'1'' tlnir. Hie seeds. i-'ionld, liesoiked produced best crops with the biggest
rarrliv Iii the I & |pad'! N mil novii. hut to Inutili HIP Til,lions ftoikn.often .
fni i.n? dn" or. it le.i-t let,ilf( n It Is. sotto to NII\\ Hint It H citln': vnml In lihi< k, lined. with n tnnUnstingshade profit. Today as heretofore we give t
CgRSO l 1 la iVIM !1'1" t (rho)' to within j you
FORJ MERI < 1'.1.1.| rp .
1 or \MitPi 'I In& IP art P'I''f..t; l"tli& nttin md hmdeiedltli) ll narrow, rll
P'r"r-nn 'irte-n of nn ln< h of HIP top the best combinations of plant food possible. {
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oiled" -mil IKM n i \\ inti'r 1..1'1. bon. rinbliii or tuihruldtred l \
I \\lfi' IIM 1 l\ed, with little shod
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n fnLs! n ho" ilo not like Iii'till lys mid,; w''ulh..t Biniill (lowers In /.
onhli li t'M' weds. till Klv, hre.1
line FO
tilt1 told:. $ <.t. I hI' Sheath NIK. '11,1, tefll... mill. ill,bon' \\orU ,\ii\tbini Indeed. Right Sources
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th't nn siill i rn'1 I le seen Then rover'Ith
IIi<'lr Imp( In but, III"//C. nshlm. ixulliiiK/ Hmt ulipii u I KiiR'pstlon of the ,
,dart: mil I I.I i "" lt> n AMII'in. niinnvtime Perfect Blends
i" mill otlitiMiriu' n-out Ia'r I n|>oits. Tin- dm's'of long iiio IH a feature' of the
\. etthi'' wllh! wit rut. nntor lint
that Insures; not too "'d. 'rllrwq'd'. .) "ront In n'lontfi little Till wlh l: tin- pllillM! :Miss VliKl'iluriiuu. .newest 1I.lglI. night Proportions ;
laughter ofI: r. and Jlra Wll I
'p veeVs! TliiM pre lath I tintlfnl.in .

Protection that t Protects .tpntlou'1 hardy mid need practically no at limn 'llniw :ail Baked 1 .of 1'ittnbnrph.Sweet Potatoa traveler Frost In Cracking I lie winter Treaa.Thp woods. clnrnj Write for HCW catalogue and price list. We can ::1,

I I Mull Panned H\MM; |Kitiit"cH, until done drain I evlreme ..<>lil t nnd esM1'lalll'| nftor "Cent the Market". prices. .R.Rh

Cheerful Molly.! ,in'i'l, mill Kill"<>. huller n litiUlimdNti. put nightfall Is sometimes startled. I by .p..1

d'' a Oh. Mnllv poi' nor IMIIIIII.. on I In !IIMIT. lit Ihp ,,Hi'cil ixitntiiOH. Kiirlnkli omuls like 1IMtl\I, l shots and, an loud Wilson &Toomcr Fertilizer Co. -
: \ / And started up Hie itrci t. rot her Mill, .k'v.. with light brown Riitinr/ near nnd fur HUIIT, It IH not .lIftkult I -

; And who Inn Crlpplid$ ;: t hurtle was mill dot with tiltn ifImttor Add another lo lotntp there' Hounds liS coiiiInK from. Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers '-
DAKIN AVENUE The urea. one, the .illd meet antibutter treex DrulIlIl thp frost, miBbrlnklns \.i. ,
lnT of "H.uiliH's.ltli miuiir the larger ,
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And Mollv paHRed tht-' time of day
KISSJMMEE FLORIDAi And Charlie as il "'V,. Kelit. ." roil BI nn when dlxb 'IK full the' wool| aa to cause HIP Jacksonville Florida .
And nor. wae more joyful pair put In "m nnil! hake. ro\prcd 1 fir half fll>er to separate ID the weakest :J
I }n these. t nlied Stale I II an hour iind uuc>;\'ereil for halt anJiuur. places and they do I this In sui'h a I '
.. i -8L Lx>ula-Ulot" >* Deraoerat : I I hum a. to resemble an ezploaloo. ,..f,

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FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1916 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PA9J4 _

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Ill I I Mft.IV I I S IS S I I I IS S I I P n I- ARTICLE t. 1 ;ucetnaruldrive ; bftJ4e tljktt r lo1\ anA.rhtII 1 .: .f ;' ,teliokrl'w 1 L'ItWIIINLL4N "1 ent..tv'p .-o a.tagj 1Fka _appoInted't't'' rot'K"Saul_."'lon'--. : .

The nnmo of thin corporation nhall bond l" ft KOtV 1-1111(11 iu-.iU.-oL1 .f.u..oO..I' btr' flthi5ie Twent'.apv.fl ..'nrt1; ..
;' "t ; -.I .. tin < >nr..ola Hunc Cornuay.' I4J..4MM.ailpal *l Mrm 40 ]\au\ . 'ful".V i ; rJt

I"L' aal-- ... 'Dfflfl4'thjtY. -or T.u..ln,...aa .hllU rruti'd bv a S 11I1 '..nd to bnp xr-iiu-n t of his rwoi-lpt of!, thu: c Qlit.IahitWItig | (2) .glad I I KI&1& ... , U. f I If
tm In ha city of Klnrilmm\ ()pOoI |>r Vf.rf by. the )'Co1p.ny the -bt4la'l't'ct.hpl.I or the "tt'IM.HI".a'Tw.tJ-tII) y ._ ttiNiurlOrNiand' 1.1 Marh ".f,, "t '
I County1. In tho Bfjtt' of I"1r.r1dll.and..It.' CciUneIPh,4SNrr.e the )t11.nto.Itr. f a"I"1 of tho pi*.n by ..whomHiw 1 tnffir'bf Ton/nnhtp TVi i." )..ou1hw.1. ) I PrecInct No : f. H. ..
Advertisements I.Iaot bINtcuu. nlmll Buy n nil what nlitflv Htrttlimr whvn old Mouth Kaiiiru TWnlal'ttM'qa.lI (27)) ICunt. f Tym. r.V. I II: hronBini J.rfjIn".Iwtorl. j: Tlnon.
: : : .I..wh.l'(. iiu tile Ktntu .of' Jo'lo'ld., i,t" t'or ( \\I dr.lfor I all bIdders; vshflitint copV tilt dillvtlid.I ; If lln.nia l.nHt: ttr thatnu'h..t'tL. roriK-r | nnd U. (i. Hrohwini. rk.

In olh<.r .rMntOB nnd Oountrten, through nro ni-ri-rrnd. nlOlon. ".rlflriitlotmfor -, :by iM-ttTlBteri d mall proof tit nuftt 'If ToxvliHhlii. 1'Wt.lStyftVav <2Sr Sou.111, I No: S. Clln,1 $tlfon'

++++ p p I p ii' II . at S S 1L I 5 + lb. <-r oirifww brnnctu, n, axencieH or Bajd concrete curlilnir and leu .iniiKt cf'I1NINt4 Iho aftidOfit o 1'"I"j I."nun 'I xv). $ '.'.< A Instl'Ia4'tt; ( ,' hIt I* Uv 'rnlr<'ot. J. J' l' .

othi'w'l.c,. u. mar bo iitui'RBur)'' or conVtrlllvtljt. liatlnK .now on cuhtrl Citv frork'atinloo .ri i,. hy whol I 'lln. 'copyvnn | MoO I hI.lit9itttl'19'< follow liti th Count i Hrowti. InKiH-ctnin. .T' llrohaoru. .
!. Circuit (Court for thij avtrolli Judl- .. In lliHHliI City I of KlHKlmiiiea. 1.4 : t Itlt( M 8 liii tliu: poHtofnoi I towhlth'H I lim I ., to, th\I.-.1\ ,,.rn.'r ot '1'"",)1, ,I .
rise I r'u.I or <..e' ........ utI .. AIT1Clli 2. nhd bldn niunt bo mado parnu- aSrkN| nuillod: and this aflldaltmust : Hlilli .1'w.t'n I 'i I It. llnnwe V'rpi I 'liiot Nut 2, Whitler---A. I 13. Bnnn.
loplu., tm .. C.uuiit).. HHI M 16 .ltd irnnvnttiMl II)' imdConiiiiiny It"r. J H. fllUnftnT. .r'M IOIIi'I' br. UK 'rovviiHlilp I Ilti. illvldlr.K ami J, 'I 11. lialHilvu. rU>rkrn.cljitt .
1UK .s (. I.HVttniHh In nn f"lIoWRI'I 12-31 Oily }' nhuiild mn to tn jour auBver Ihonnmu 'xv:., y1'ta'i'lll: I 187): anil N 7, KuimliiR-i H.fniliThlll. .\
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Kl.rl' <.li> iiiiilirr' (,'0...'.....,.. I 4...III)ho. .lhlai. ., lioiMi-t hangs ami tilt-| ( futute nutlfc-a to lair Kvnt to ." I.r' ffdUiwIiiK tin'VfH41 : li4Hn| t-ioiH tl' <\\J:i W.. i'liuiKlli-r. clrk.I'roKiliu .
.. 3orIaIII 4oI4r1' ....... CuIiaIIaiiiaaa.Misry ... I m,*Htlo a ni hut I* and II)t'Htock .**4" Ml' i 'I'III'I''A'I'i ('' ''0'11 I74) tin'.1. )4)tI. I* \ al'tI Mllfl ". tmundllllf of .t I.Ilo..e.U.V \V Kurtlo. -
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I 4. \\ .1'-' .1..1.. nuumnv' ftU. { Mtoi Ic. IP'u..llllot. and t'lcult..1. I'UHI-.l'I iIIll4Il'i't HeirhtlfrUnti ".11)11: if lln; ,' roiim-i, .invltlj tlu: > Itutm.lln. .- I It. \\.i\1 '. VliiliI ; :.

\, aarluj. 1..1.. I.., .........'nt t 41 titso -' 114114. -" 11' <.tll'I'\fl' .JtflGI. tIC, flrnl publication 1"'<'hrtitir8S -' '' hi-Is I s.'','n Ititnu.H !Viililx-fnui! ((34 I' I ;KI lui ItlIluttlIitil! 1 J. W.
Iuana' n ...1..1'1.' ... I .orpurut.... I"'. Iii punitive. imirlmuus. 'HI'11 1, 'nnd dint.hi I oi.- 1"1..111 tI4'ltl.t 111: ,inI l; '1 )111,15 llxiilli) ; Thi-tiii: : Nnrln i ( iiiuirii.il; ,i'i'li' I 11'I,, ::: I' T HulllIITI -

........... ...II.J nil PtIItttlti. of the. fm'till ami dim Y. ( t tt 1\ 1,1. of Dic-und l"ihl""II"I ". Marih'1. .iloin Miiliinu.' Him to ( hi- ,,,.11'' of j] \_ ., " ", .\ ""nuII.oork.I .
j ami all ",'UeI, ... K..odH! and, in whnmlim. --. 'j 1110! uiniilh I *, mud, df net I Ipilfin I., tt .II Ill I tuim i I, I. l.. I.IM.IAtti .
: i,n M or:; si.i; i Ear.all uI-cd. l.r'III""<>d or iiinufnc. .lurt.d .K.l,.r of J'oul 1:Trutlpll.IJrrrnMid.. j :"I h' o( 1 third publication. Much 111l'HO '' I nil, nil i I ComnilRHloln' f 1n I!IliHtilflM, I 81 : i't\alrnian

'1'(1 A1i "J V (.IIIN I f..n. MI<'Ii |11/i'o'.liu' 'In' i :;III hI ml: onHI I Tvv.. :i Z ). 1 Imi: a ill'' J. I. ( \' IUITII J'I'' -
NOil/'H iV'ciUHMIl lYA I'..\ itt h..tI j. '1'4> <.at i '\ on |Ih.. I hit Hi Ileas of u malt'- NaiIhilat Itelt lit:' Kl\'ll lf> all \\ttom I t I Imli I of foul It III pulill I<.nlliin I MiuiliIT 1",1 I I. iii, i tat I. iioxx, nioKlfd, In. Ih.j| 12. rit &. : ,
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to J'll. lit public 01' tatiSattat..i1i.'. I Ito Qulnln* That Does Not Affect 1tiUpcmiHe Ni.
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ri"11 oin ull> lluhta' nf wax"III .1. 1"1 HOIIH. 32. Bt ami :It of. T.." hutilp,
till I h Hood amiHutHf .;1 till 4 if Ih'h..I.I I .* tt Ol. tltItii4H| .ItO- 1.11 ..t'I' : '
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taitttloi.i.i.I It IH'r alone or in -- 'r b\ I tinpov i iXiHtod %tflSflSflSSfl
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of I Hikitiand I i nt MI' thai nil "r t h4. ..hJ.I" nnd JMJWi < 11'\I h'r..I. nntiotitiif |iiof Inlni anti itflanHint I III"Ui \intx 'ulx.hl ( ) 1..1:

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tlunte'I nlmpi I In an" 1'aHliilv. I dlit-i.. I thin I pa ni urn i it h. h,1 I c xi" ept where . IN hitibifl V". to 111 whom Cllv II ill. In Hiild Cltx' ,llrl.'lh,' IfirnllifLlltH Ht. Clfiufl road (''1..1"I rr.m fornoialf '- of Titles
run ' 4 it Il..ra I In4 .t |.i 4 HHt Haiti t.ai tituitiph. It ninv iiiiufin. that on I I- I dav of XfitlliK.' l.tt' Sjitnrdiv, tin2rilh I liinlla, of KaHlitn jiart ofthf
lion alfiiiK 1. ohopi... ,kallMi .Xv.tiiio b*, ,t.i tAIHO:! llnitti, I h. leNt.: ird: -fl hvi I S.-pti-rnl.-r.: 't. IT.l ltIi6.| I Hlinll' np;>l > to :ilax ..r"I''art-I,. A. .H I I'l IK, for the purpiiHi toxxn: of KlHHlinnift: ; Cltv i Plnildnto I ,

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Wi fl2t! fill tin IK \In II r iiulh- Specialty.
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.y I "hJ rl" atYvd to nalfl Court my final 8..ounl. 4 lilt- Tra'itaurn. Mouth !9 KanJ : it tad
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In TowiiHhlii:nllaliHHNff:J I: :2h South Medldlan' KaiiKf I : 2'iKnnt "hlr''r' nmnnnMnl".rtvf rv'n AfliiilnlHtrator I *if Hnld ..II".', anilank AlHti to HI'""o for the term of one 11. 2ft. 81 ni-d 32. itt TowliHllIp. 1..I."H
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A I IHO all tinnia part liatid March 1)1 1S1R I l '
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li j -n 1. W"U..k. ".Ia.d' Also the road known nfl the. 1111Ilartin Robert Riedel
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<"< phernalla more partlrularly .
Tit4' .llonl'' ca pltal Kturk of AdmlnlntrntorOIIDKIt to Hf-rxe for thtterm of twoyiarfi
Hit out. .. ,..I iltHirllnd In 2t TimiiHhlp Twintv-flvf (25) NOVELTY
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thlN 4orpornttoii 'ulhorwd( hrf"Urrdernhall South. HaiiMTiTx -nlni* n.at.
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hclndulf A attinliiil ) ToxttiHliln Twinlv-Mvi- 16) SouthHniiKf .
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I.ANT MACIIINJK\/ pi'MI'M'M' \ )aiir oi H..r14...H at a jiiHt K. Sno ..d T. Kd. Itrrmm. rn-pmrt- Hf"t ills hiind an Mitxol tat Hii1l I'llv avail I ,'rl ffirptiiali of 11uTown rif Darlington Near Freight D.DO(
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', to Hi. i.mrnorof I'fiiimll. of KlRHlninnt.. I'ttii.I.a.' willntflvi Ihan nix ...,iatliqa' iiilI'I" In" l.nlti'x' pi MS .i .ml 1 iItS.. 'I ..0,op, I i Ittm nest !I ;

.it will of I nnnly-'loi" Ida on tin 3it <1"Y, titus fir tile f "I\ol" 'linn fif nrf Ihi' ." M i.ntrHint Hihl' land 'IH n-.' I ti-u'",n : .I.heiKt.. 11"! n". .: ibl I iai.t, t. il
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of fit April Stale A P. HUH>> I for; l I..l ttirn I'alftitInroipoiiillnu : .-iiifoti"' tl I tonrrfti. "1 a , mil I Hpiriirhlni lIt I 11,1 t iinon tinil., riiUUatid I I I lItattI I til .,' Inl xv hi.11. I I iiiln I II xv a nh a I 1 I !J. '1 1'"- Democratic Primaries I LEWIS O'BRYAN 1

f I I Onn."1 Itt Hanh Cotnpnnvi ' ; untl lu.vlnj of :f"II i-it ., I oat I", ri i M .,.milt ,1 I"v In i". .M V -a, I latin f't hi i.,', ,1."t.,1' h :.1 1 I ,0"I
h1 ... t1atl.,55'M, I II'l ., fi. r"'r no'lfl I < .. . ,, ifmnilssloii
. undo' lha follow lim prop.i.Il' chatlil. : I y."I a if .r..r. I."I Ini. III V si ." I, Your Support Bt Appreciated ATroR\iY-AT: ,
* .Miln Btnil lilt" "I nit I . WI
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of whlrh linn bun fll. ie \h. Irl..1 pi In 'lhl ofTli .. 1n\ln"' h. .. 1. MM ill l to .u I. .1',1"1 i |\1"1 i .1,1'0,0' -- ------ --------1
of tho SfPictarj of State nt the !Mali' nri HI'nl ..,I. nml lun "" Sn, 'ih onMuln .1'i. it,1 \MI Hitd ,.nl-\ 5. Ill I I. 1 I. ."I" ':(Vlii.p. I, .i .u ,1 I r-it.t: I 1,1., ? T, I
I- Str.t to the All I Iliiivfnif fin ,11. .\ thii-f.iit.1. r tfiiH' forth I I Is vv Hi I '' l 1, ,
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-e.- IIPN'HY n I'AKTIN .r Iii i'lttIIg ,Ml of Nat "I wink 1111".1"I Lcntlilni ,- (.I. thin ,,ITI,.,. .I lIla ttiat.OI1 If stai fall ,. I st tat ik Tnl MI. I I II I n ; 'h' a in dl' iv. I I I Whenever You Need a Oeni Tool
pnvlntr frail I ".. t ..rI" "i i. : : ; .;: : :
PAT JOHNSTONARTICI : ; .lrl" I. fll' In tHi wm flvnflir I ,Iii nf'ifixi 1' st I il< iiu 1t-lit:1.: Take OrvC'S
itlv itt lo b' mm iieli',il In a r. "tli.tI", '.ililf. : I Ihi. IVUTUTtl nnlillf: nW'r: ttal'lattice. ; | f.,11..'tni Coniinisirt', ,' i H I ..11,1.'n t I :; At the solicitation of niy friends I

. .. lc'uu"n""Tln.1): Him I to lii- dt'ti. rniliKil I bv I lln. Count t IIMl I. : on Hh."n "p'' tnnr" i,. Tb rtc 131. -I. .K OK h hlflH' to be fit..d with tin. "'Its I'',' I hereby announce m 'self! a candidate
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Hi illvldI Tonic is valuable
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.,' in' Kit OK ; | "r "n..ln. irv Hnritifl' lo thi' equally as a
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-I' t? .-IIMV.IKO l'ltf ")KI II.)!:\: VII V'ltCI >1.1) not Inter than ]Mirrh 2lrth lim !': kI| rpMTto?.d tri" lo I Ih" "II. .',1 r..ln, "n"w..1: ;I II, I Itxntr.K Tlitrtx (311),, ) nv'.i:I Thlitx;;i .. .out: fo- County Commissioner from District chi Tonic because it contains the
bill niuHt be accornpnnli liv n .'.'rllfli'd I..". or If >'nl full within (3: Tbent-f N,,I"I on Hilil. I n.! ,. llin.
'I chick payable to the City Clerk i 11f In tMn nlYleilaii, "proof Ih '0 f. County 1Ki e the Hami ..Onl thiTownnhln No.6. elected I pledge myself well known tonic propertieaofQUlNlN8and ,

The tinderBirnrd hereby nnnorlatethemiflvm the Hlim of I25OIIO, and each bid r"1| h.\.. ''rv*>il I ronv (.r otir ,. lUie betas.....n Tox% nahlm) | ] IRON. It acts on the Liver"Drive*,
t OKIt her for thf purpomt of be prfninted In I Benlf.d pnvelnn I fhp "A'''d contfufHnt elif"r In Hf rj.'MT ntxjkfour) ( Jt ) and Twptx-flx.. t faithfully. discharge the duties out Malaria. Enriches the BlooA arid.Bcilds .

beeomlnv Incorporated under the v dreatated to th* CIty Clerk and mack-d j I bv rei'liiff-rfd mull. If thin n. "-lr. (?"> ) : Thence Wen alonn Half Town- the office J. IL WALKER. '

; ilf FlorWa. A r" Bid for PavilS Main StreetThe'., mad by the delivery of a copy of )' 0"1' I hlp lib. to tb ) Northwest corner of;I. ot up the \Vole. S;. SOcemta.


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1 We are in better shape now to do business than 'ever before, have larger stock than ever, everything down .


within the means of the public, makes no difference, if you make a big salary or a. mall one you' can come


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'( Palm Beach Suits for men, the $5 50 Men's Tan Grain Oxfords, red rubber soles .Ladies hurry, we are going to sell Saturday

genuine .' a and heels, all sizes, regular 'Waco Panama Ready-to-wear Hats resembling a


Palm Beach Shoes $1.75 price$3.50ourusuallowprice $ 2.75 genuine Panama in color and


Ladies' rubber sole and heel
Palm Beach Hats 48C 25 69c
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White Oxfords, Special Price. Special .



i SPECIAL FOR MONDAY 6 WATER" GLASSES FOR IQc, THE REGULAR 5c. EACH: KIND


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registered at the Graystone hotel. S S. WORKER TO i imi I:VIII i II'.111)11. 1411 i ic\i.,' i'iin IluiIII''i in-: "..i 1'I: I I .1011'In ..2Y.1..11.1.. n"n". N... 27 I4N' I'"M', ,'mh".d

I REVIVAL SERVICES TO BEGIN AT Mr and Mrs\ M. Norris, of Prairievillo 1111.: situ : .OK I'l.oiinit IN .. ; '. ..r St.ai;, "r :o.\\; .. '_ .or. 14ee 31.,
"It FISH < IIH.: 1111 \I'1 1'.x n.hlp, 2 S Bins" ; t;n eLlus
I II Mich, and Mrs. Anne Van Tyno IN 1111 \I 'IKIIII : hI..' ''' Iu 1 f'. riOirl: ?;n 069.
I' 'I'Ie. ,.u.1. Itn.Ie Ie" n( n'w. seed 111 the
mid! two children, of the same" PAY CITY A VISIT
: METHODIST CHURCH ON MARCH 26 I near Ihc dustier lit the IVIIIIon P.;.",. "r 'I' .1 III' 1:1.1.: ;V \NII UN-

(place, who are spending the winter ..f 1.1".1,; t I., .pt. .IIn .date oft
"" ltlil> II. 'I" Illinium In lie t 11 II. t'.un'-'Pp r "I.l/ (,1111.,1"'
lyre, H)" "t Monday the guests, of n> im.( W. u. \ITIIEI: I I'OO\:' nude. n I-ree-1"enl.>r. I',1,. / f'. ,IIJa.'IltC, ..hl be r.I" ..-
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John NO I'll I f: OK l-ri If t'l ION f un d urspit.1uiii" t" l la: w. 1tx heed
Mrs.
Ilauser, who is spendingU' 11rIthur, T Arr"'II.f. \\'hei, hog.S'e I 1'1'1 U in ''M IT1 11 I '"\'P'IN: I ,II Isar" II"", t.1, ,", ..n Ih. 121h day ofpul
RKV. J. M. BASS OK (;IKOKCIV; : I > winter at Kis.simmee J Park. 1'1 I : i II' ,IN'I'h,1 i .," II h. I-.I inl I, \ \ \\t 11J'\!
(;KK\T (;OOH is' (" : \ t \"I'gll in. gineinl' 1 Miietaiy, of ,01"l ,. I \ "pi"11' \ I I' 1 I'r'I. if t. ,n, ( ''I" j I \\ ,' ,",, eS n1" h nd .Ind ,"'II-Ial seal at
t :Mr. and :Mrs. (;I. II. ('Chcnowelh anti the. :Sunday; houl ao('iation, of hi-, \ M I Ii,.<111 .,1'1'| .I" I"h''. 'I"i.." 1I I, ,,, ..I Inun., ,, FI"'I"' ", Ills. 7th day urI
WILL CONDIKT:'; (' MKFrriNt: : ; ,1 :'\ 1 I"1/ i I I. nmK, ( "I, Iii il.\ \I ," ',, .\ I\t 111111
liulil. and daughter hazel, left t11week lvrekand willle ,, ,, ,. . '1 P'I, 1-'f'III', J I. Pi11IISTItMIOT.
-tat< tomes to Us next t" i i I i- In in i"ii"i i n ? .
I r TO Ill: AC'COMI'l.lSIIKIl ) b for their home Havenswoixl ,I.I.. 1 I u-i I .if inI. "nil"I." ,IMN,, |I.- "I-" ,it I I {Mill' f'j""(nil Court, 01lCf'-
i in I ll thief the 1
at It.ipt'st
'peaker .
if I.NT:'; THE SERIES OK .-'; I lid I I I III "Pp.nu. .1 "III. ill I P.- \\1t "\ ale i Cuiinly ai ate of
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West Virginia. '_' .' rI I ,p. hln 'I.I
They are regular church lit se*slon. to le held at : !W() ,ll ,
I II- ( Hy .1 1NhS M JillINIOTON.I .
ii iS 'p1'Pip ln'u' i bn.nd' .e
; r' Iy! 11KV. S. W. I-\\VI.KIJ winter. visitors to Ki 41 in nice and mil, :lI.d 7.0; ::: p. to.Jlr.rnnld I >. I.I,. i. 'II 'l'I1qInn' i'"n. ,, n, i in-' A.I" i, I I. :.t u. C.

--i A cut of J. M. l1a"ho will ictur'i n'Xt I Deri iii her. : l ii i- highly' recornmended' L.-.'I,r I I lll't:, |,1.lllll.J.pld v,:| |.;f it Until Hill' 'IPill"n q:,,. ],;I utl. ; .I I - -

nand could hId| such \\ITM--" ( ..'It .llin.lv ,1 I Ki., "|"|.|"|. .
duct the meeting 1 not
appears in The Atlantic brat Line railro.olhas ] : i a )J'.iin ' ,
I \ > nl II I 1"''I 't\ I'I'n1d. no I this
paper and: some expulsions ns to grit ntcsl l a rate of $:.fiO a roundtrip i t.. in the >stat of West Virginia P 4.| I t ll 'I ,. nl. I".0 \. ,II I >'I'1 :
.' I I "'1'': H 'I 1'11'' ,I'll: \ NII G. D. B. the Cigar Man SaysThe -
1 cll raC't'r of his work. ({:'a,1, ( In the (;I. A. I K. encampment n> we'e mil an i'Tu u nt man ill the \ ll'V: \ '-III! II'N:: .... ,-

4-, others say of him and his work I T"IJIl" next( \\ .e'". Tickets will I IKI II ii'y -,'houlolk., and we owe it to .1- il\\| -,.II r\I'I'I."I I ,lul. 1 I'. Ill', "I" I I'' Democratic Executive

i? ; other points. I 1".0" :March '!Oth and :21st and wil1, r t'! Rice him a iordi.il. h a ringM' Committee had another

A pi 'at ImPlY' honnhtlcs.s' )"'-''1' 1 li", goo I rt'lurninguntil midnight .- : ,:'cut "i', we owe it to the] ichonK >' 'to -- -- -- ---- think coming when the

71'1 spunk ]lightly i of revival] in Munh :":,d. -. to which, we l.t.long,, to 'enilrue \nii Ii i: 'lit i It1O11: cite Calls cnrri"d Capitols O. s

really condemning thi m "h"l, ., \ opj orl unlti,-. !like th', for the l\ 1o11tr .c' 1111:101x1: .n. IM.I,:. r
( II.Viiahesler and wile, of I 'k- /.pttli: oi' I-I on ,m \ ceolas and Boone Smoker
t Yet this upward' mar: -'h of thus :\ 'Kjirt. Ind., :llr H. :M. Leffingw, livtter r.ltinir: of our:"ehi for. the re lie( 1itl.: \ 14)1 \ I \ to their aid. The Beat 5c

; hag ever moved m-cycles, of \' iril :II r. and :Mrs G. E. Bishop all ofIuwagiae > .' t.i-ks .whiih they .have laiJupo" 'ln In! rr-''J J i fxliil('I! ,1"-( of| ,.Inriiti I..C I d.t\\ h.- >r'-r I II-tllhgl." ,i ."t <>. Cigar Made in Kinimmee,,
,\ ; It is not confined} to the ( of 'ur shoulders III,II. ,i't' "IS t '-.I, ''s II.tHi" f'"I: ".I..II
cause 1 |) Mich. ,, At all Stores.
spent Wednesday ,. .
I I 1" -in.p f ligion alone, but has inov:,<) in I in Kissimmee. They are touring the Above all. we should! eat >em it a N'iu, in.I, ""I Ii 1, ,.I' sni. "11.II"Plust .. ti, i ....\
, "d<| r ''JI"I 1 i 1" In.| ni ill\ BOONE THE CIGAR MAN
literature social high privilege to sit at the feet such
fields of arts
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late and the In It l It nils Ii
were guestsT"at Gray- < us .UK ( TII"i' vht" ( > all it
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political life. To all these there I consecrated servants of the Lord, in .It'I.: *r of \ | in, ,i \ tite iii::iiltiHt t i IHt'Nlntf ,
Yr stone hotel. uf jH come times of great awakening, order to learn how to better use the < Onci'ttla, <%tunli.. I FI inrida. to lI".1I1I'd'r.l..n"I. _. .: '
I 'Mrs.' H: E.. and : -- --
Bryan baby Bryanleft ,
the faithful thru opportunities to do'good in the : .)':x"ul..r. of ; .al.1 estate.
by few.Vho I vine- .
'. within Iw* yi ai w from 1nn> "'IIB' 'rrot.
Join Mr ] .
difficulties had kept the flame Tuesday to ,, BryanAat{ yard of the]Lgrja:Itt\ '' "''' ', (IIIlt -of :lrl r'h'3r.J .,,%' \($-Ili *19161": ,; 9 J"'t
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Jacksonville where f 1 tl TL15Itlt J .?" '_ "
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tho at times,'''Hj had burned ,so lo Lf i' inJii1vrnl Dr B H, g K 12 9C I'"eeutor:.'h }., l i..i-.' Are YourElectric . /',:.
REV. J. M. BASS ploy of the Ai C.. rail : ,
that it seemed to have' all"but. I Mrs. George A BuckstaT!has,been '.' ,0000'r. \
Mrs. Bryan will be greatly' missed by :
|appointed on the special committee to Lights'
out. To discount revivals of religion is her Mrs. and' """nTH'K 01- 4P1'l.t/4TIO4 '
mother Pierce, her KOII T\\ .f
A steadier and investigate the condition athletics IIRKII: '''.:n SIX"1'10.TJ, N l17TV >
g I Afore to discount one of the most important grandfather, Dr. Hicks, as well as: by in the Universjt/"of Wisconsin, and it e.F\F:1t41.. : \1I1HM OPTIII Out of Fix?
would of have
': growth course, : s1'4TF: OK F'I.o IIIII>\
but' sinbe did not have factors of the nation's greatness and a host of friends. i said to spend most of her time study :Nntlei; > In hi rd liy uixeti Iha'I! I.

i.r't bitter the next best thing we has boon the I it also denies the work and blessingof Mr. and Mrs. Seail Mr. and Mrs. ing records. n1';ItFitT.\ ,N.I; / 669 ours dnl.d.loss Mil.-r'n..lulA Tax !11 Cirllllnli 'IXKI( Call Osceola Electric Co.C. .

'- : the church to the human race. Hates Mrs. J. R. Brantle)'. J. R. and (Vrtm.iit.-; : 14 dal.-d i Mil :il.i. > of. E. GARDNER. Mgr.
recurring revival. It is 1
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Miuunt. A I'H'8 IIIIH Mli-il Hulil i.rrln.ntiH
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kindneES to the fish which has be I I l I i Whatever may be the prejudices of Brantley Jr.; L. S. Fields, P B. REGISTRATION:'; :NOTICE -. In in\ .ilTlr." and IIIIH mode. appllutlon House Wiring Fixture
for Tax 1..1
to I.Mu..l. ,
.. :; cast upon the hot sands of the I 1 I many to these special meetings unless Brantley and Miss! Mary Williams H'udan..e .to Inn 1<..1.1 ..tlllml." .H i aci. in-- and Repairing
..brireIh.. tenon lag d|. Abed|| | land
nil of Clermont (
were partis touring
t r that the wave which comes at I they are swept into the kingdomon :Notice' is hereby given that the 1 l\ltii( and Ii l el iv In /ieo.nl.. Coiinty. 1 ,
I tide lavtd it and saved it and bore a tidal wave tht.will never come through Kissimmee, Sunday. They Florldt, 119 BROADWAY
t registration i books will be at all .'
open "f I \ and N '
back to the blue] waters: of the at all and will die as. they have lived.If 1 I' were dinner guests at the (;ra"oone : precinct from the. first Monday in ../i"w':: ', .;'r Slt: ,.r..i"S. hot>!1. .
'. Better far that it had not I men would make money they I :March to the first Monday in April i r

stranded on the beach but since must go: to the money markets be I I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Howey aid 1\fr.1 l Only thosy who have not registered ':":'-=-}44'444\:4444< '"':--.o..x.-sw M:-:w5 }44444445.4\W 0

J. was it was a. merciful wave educated must seek books and and Mrs. W. S. Wripp of ]Howey, I I heretofore will be required to register.C. ; .

;11 came to save it. teachers be musicians and artists f Fla., were visitors here Tut'sday.I W. GRIFFIN : Advertisements
Mr. is head of tin i Classified
Howey
.1: i, With) conditions not as they they must go to the great masters l Howey Supervisor of Registration for I
Land which' founded the I
be but as they are, but for the where men are taught If men would company; Osceola County. Il-4t Z :1

t town of Howey in Lake "county and . . . . . . . :
timce of refrl'fhinthe steady become religious they must put themselves +. ,. .. -
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which is doing a big developmentwork nr..nItT. UK i MI-: IIIM>ITII'>N 4t1'
of the worldliness of the church under the influences thru andby 'I'llII"T': IIIINK: OK KIS-4"I MKi: ':.
which j"I which Christ. in that section. .C l the evil influences \bear brought to
men are ; Clorld. the rllmr close in $I li:! month. E :
I Members of the Knights of Pythias I ill of bueln.e.N.reb ; )per class condition will trade.
or .
upon it from without the Seldom] if ever are men saved in 7t It. III'U. I E. Wells, Real Estate; and Inquire .
I 'lodge enjoyed chicken pilau dinner I Breaker & Kiss'immoe. .'
have died banks farms a 104 I'ossiel InHur'l Barclay I
would long time ago stores offices on or Itreeit nee, ance. Ave. (The )
in the banquet rooms ofFrat"mity i I.oiinft on H.'Hl I I';HIIIU, $'J4.1)0; m 8tf
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off the earth. street If not actually savedin .
corners.
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regular F.i nnf on .II..I..a1 S (url! )
t\ There are something like the house of Cod they get their Hall Wednesday night after the .4nft Asp FOR SALE OK TttADK for horse and
Ail .tth. r L4iaiiH Und I I'ln- 1l'ugoli. FOR 8AI..E=One western
ledge session. The principal one 2 cy. Buick In Rood gray mare,
I five millions of members of I great God-ward, impulse! there and I nnnilH _ _ Ht 935! M .
m.r amusement of the evening wen the nr..rflrufli* ._ 5.Ifi.! ; ; 2f condition, good Ores; moat Bell or good worker, driver and saddler;
church in this country it is most invariably it is in times of al'l interesting addresses made by Lane I'nltc.l. Htm.< lloinU 1,6u0 MI I trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O safe and dependable. 1 light 2-
that than cial This is lit her 1'onft 75<)Mi4ffejtnktii .
-y timated more { meetings. a great I : Box 221 KISHlniniee 7tf
PuulV, Roma Thomas and Charley 11""",*. Kurnltun i horse wagon with pole. Enquire A.
{ percent have come into the (' purtunity for people to get save and mid Klxlyli'M' 27.721.11 I S. Nelson
Griffin concerning their trip' to the I>ut* from Infurporutt ilI 11-tf
.1 under revival influences land<< made stronger Christians and I plead I in n kH .. .. -41 HtH qt EGGS FOR (;-Thorough- ,
Grand in West and their
have been better j"I with the of the Lodge Key nth'r Cnnh Items -------1_ 22P(S R.t
those coming people communityto
so
bred. Utility Barred FOR EXCHANGE
.' . Plymouth ; for
.later excursion to Havana Cuba. ""h on llaiKl \_ 111.12(1() f4 I Florida property -
stronger borne and have been take advantage/ of the offered/ Paul McKee the well-known mixologist ('"unty end City, Warrants 7,83074 Hocks, 10 cents feueh. Fifty or $5,000 stock of general hardware -

k most useful members. portunity. OP-I : at the Palace Drug Store has Total __ I.altle._' $39s:97ea: < or more, 7 cents each. King Poultry enjoying good business, in

taken the agency of the ITartey-Da- ""ililtiil) Hlork I'ald' In _lKurplun 000 1111 : Yards, Lakeland Fla. 13-6t northern Oklahoma; owner must

II vidson motorcycle and J will have a Undivided: : Fund Prllrs-(Mess Kx- 11.1109(10 have $500 jn ('ash. balance in Flor-
ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS '" HHI R and Tax.*. Paid2,0001 FOR SALE-Grade Berkshire ida property. ..
demonstration machine here on or Incll vldtial 1).-p. .>.iiiM ..ubIN.t sow
.it I about April 15. E. C. McDonald, '" -' ti>. Chi-rk _._ n 1T :. 82 67rim. and six pigs. C. 11. Funk Kissim- Also have $3500 clean stock of
4'"rtlnrafm( of 41.SBC 01IVrtlflxl gen-
Miss Evelyn Blake, of ] C. I): Frazee' and A. F. Fraiee of southern distributor, for this famous Checrii _)1ePCJ"lt.. _ 71 5K mee. lOtfDWELLINGS eral merchandise in Eastern Kan-

pent Wednesday in Kissimmee. Port Jervis N. Y.. were visitors in ( machine with .headquarters in Atlanta I I. ('aithfer'M( h Ch_ckH_OuttttandIntr ._ __.- Z20B05 sas for equal value in Florida] prop-

; ,,1\ Robert T. Jones of the city yesterday en route to St. was here this wek to close the con i' Ravings I'avalvio I"'J1' .lI. __ .__ _h 34,07'2000000, tiItllls for rent, apply to M.I I erty.
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spent Tuesday in the city. I Cloud to spend several months. tract with Mr. McKee. (I Notes and Itlllii Itpdlncount- Tiller.STALLION. We have several
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>\ Mrs. Helen Kredel, of The ladies of the Christian church I Among the tourist who have re- Kansas and
I Oklahoma to
s? . Pa., is the guest of Mrs. Armour I II will give their regular chicken din I centregistered: at the Rest Roomin I Total -_:: : ._ (358,97A6/ FOR COLT SERVICE- for good Florida e'XcbancePf'. 1
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I her sister. She arrived ner on Friday March 25th, the placeto the Hart Memorial are: Mrs. J. S' ."tp of Florida St.ronintellient./ / gentle, excellent I ?
*'oi-ntv of 'ln". your property with us for sale
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I'. and will spend some time here. I he announced later. I G. Hill, Chautauqua, N. Y.; R. B. I Kc.mn Thomii ('ashler'of: theshevrnam.1 condition. Money refunded if no I exchange. Nelson Realty Co. 13-1

Conrad Bryan went to Tampa i Prominent among the winter Visitors Patton. I). D., Columbus Ohio; Mrs. that the above Hank'RIt'In..nt do aol.>mn1y IH true swear to colt.] 422 West Oak street. Ctf '

1. terday to take his son }Frank now in the city are Mr. and Mrs.K. I i r.. R. Carpenter Lima. Ohio: Mr. and thu b.tt of mv fcnowi. it e pod h. Clef I FOR IU; Furnished rooms. Hra. .'

4 to have his eyes treated. D. Hickman of Jersey City, N. J., Mrs. M. II. Brinkerhaus, Washington I .-.*t-AI.mt.Tno KOMA: THOMAS, CashierCorr FOR SALE Full-blooded Rhode Island J. J. Hall 203 Bryan St. 12-tf

i C. II. Brooks of who arrived Monday. They M! 1.e0. Red cockrel; also Himalaya
Mr. and Mrs. ..are stopping - D. C.: Dr. Charles P. Barnes, I N. r*. Rrvan. .
hen, Ind., arrived in Kissimmte at the Park hotel. I.( Chicago 111.; and Mrs. S. A. Gris- (' A Carson, nlr.'tortl.. berry plants. J. L. Denning, half FOR SALEJ-A good mare Harness t
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(.i terday to spend some time. (I Howard Curry of Tampa, spent Wo1d of Minneapolis, Minn. I !''III..1 ICth day n of".l March.ivo"n; 'in 1916.AW1LItT0 ,.h;.fore...", methis mile west of Ben Miller place.. 12-3p and wagon very cheap. J. F. NI-

and Mrs. James Workman, Monday here making arrangementsfor | Mr. and Mrs. Wm. swonger, R. R. No.
\ Mr. Sfns'iba!: tji"ir ,. (N. r. N.el) Notary Puh'lc FOR SALE-One 44-40 model 1873 1, Kissimm "
Btetrbenyllle, Ohio, were visitors: the Perry G. Wall meeting. Mr. sons, Alfred.'lToh'1 and Ralph i.who M(" 'ommlHBlon expire Ilec. Bth. A. FIaFLAT. 11..4" .'.
.;nr'9 ._ ... Winchester rifle In good condition. : ,
the city on Tuesday.Mrs. Curry (lis a hustler and makes a good are vesting' them from Montana'; Mr. .,
Will sell for cash
$5.50 trade for
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J. B. Gates, of Niagara ."advance agent" for Mr. Wall. i and Mrs. E. R. Smith'and daughter, I FOR SALE-Some fine Japaneseseed FOR RE NT-Furnished or un- .. .'.i
good hunting dog, or anything of fur lshed.
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is at the Graystone hotel for Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Kurstead. Mrs. Miss Onal. Mrs. May Stockd le and cane six feet long and snouts I Apply at the Gazette.
value. Address Box
4- days' stay Charles Kurstead, and Dr. and_ Irs: */ on, Allen and II H. Howard. were I at every Joint; largest yield of I equal apply to Valley Gazette Office.504, or office. 'Sqt: (:t

1 Miss Genesa, of St. Cloud, 'was L. P. Abbe of Hartford Conn., arrived n congenial; party enjoying an all day green forage plant now. Address LOST--On Sunday, March 5th, *'

truest Thursday of Miss Monday to spend some time in Kis- trip to Rosalie Sunday. At noon a I or phone A. E. Thomas, Kisimmee. FOR EXCIIANG ;- ood new grooiry leather handbag, containing .
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v- l Richards.. 'iJ simmee. i I I top was made at Southport, where a of p 13-3t_I stock, for /!house, groVe, farm sonal papers of*J. L. LlffhUer per'K sad "

9 J., H. Rafferty, of tbe. G. S. .&. Alfred Eaves, Miss Gladvs Eaves, ximutous basket-dinner-was spread.: Invigorating to the Pale and SlJtlyTh automobile./I What have you uto toilet articles, on public, road :be-- s . ,y"

{' f r'' railroad, with headquarter in ,. Mrs. J. E. Eveleigh and M. MeLaugh- A Dumber of'/ pretty scenes Were OM:Standant::: nncnl .trvarltimlnr, bile, trade Make offer. J. T. Cuppett, tween KUslmmee and :Orlando.; .1iLeave :' '

l Irktaonyille, wag business visitor- lin, all' of Montreal. Canada were via. I jkodaVed during the day.; The trip OBOVB'S T aTHLW chill TON, 1C.dcf..... out I Corner Emmett and Limit. streets*, :. i information at'p'oM: Garage' "

.' if'dyT'rtsidaF. '?. .h I : ,..WecfneedaJ''' Y" n .,,<" ?,,itorr/in.'*U' fA''" ,.It the.wrfl.. :city 41 '*..;.tlma Tuesday. .i.-if.W: and. ".*weN...,,... waa .mad.* Ju,,the Swan, ., .J '.," ."l mga'Msbatwe.rkhe.;A tr.Vtus/laeisr the bluod..ad adiia*mmt. ttJSn"iui! Klwlmme'x *,' Florida. . ;13-ltpdj :\ ;81ps1mqm.ee;, . '" i,,;.11-1. ':!"
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