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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 31, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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200 TAKE PART {! MILITARY IS APPROVED COMPANY_ BY GOY.I -CONTRACTFOR LIT I Flashes From The Revival II III ACT i'VE'fiGHT'



IN BIG MOOSE PAVING Christianity is on trial in this town FOR BONDS

: ., I ENLISTMENT BLANKS SENT TO \v"hat are you doing for itt Vfoo unto
the man who meets a disappointedGod.
4 1 BE :SIGNED; :,; AT A MEETING\ :; OF I ) '
THE PROPOSED ]MEMBERSHIP A'
MAIN ST. STARTED
BANQUET j NEXT MONDAY NIRIIT-OFFICERS What you...nred is not A play love,
or 'a make believe but pure and unadulterated -
OF COMPANY: :; TO HE X.i .
--- - love.
AMINED.I:; '
i ALABAMA PAVING COMPANY TO You say you want a drawing pastor CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE HOLDS
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LOCAL LODGE OF "HOWDY '
I The proposed military company for BEGIN WORK ON THIS IMPROVEMENT ,' well why jlon't you get you a MEETING AND SENDS OUT LET.
PAPS! CELEBRATE SUCCESS KiHsimmee, the membership of which: WITHIN NEXT stove pipe, that will: draw. You needa TER' TO QUALIFED VOTERS
OF MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN
WHICH GAVE ORGANIZATIONLESS , is composed of some of the city's best II FEW DAYS AND MUST HAVE IT working church.: EXPLAINING POSITION OF
'| young men has been approved by COMPLETED IN NOT LONGER You sing "Throw,out the life line," THOSE WHO FAVOR PLAN FOR
THAN A YEAR. OLD A TO- I' '
TAL OF 236 MEMBERS. Governor Tlammell. The company THAN SIXTY DAYS. -. 'and the most of you can't put up? a SEPARATE ROAD DISTRICT.

,- -- I will be mustered! into service in the I -;- clothes line.
\ Second Regiment; National .Guard of Love is concerned, anxious, and will

: STANDS THIRD IN FLA. !I Florida are just finished.as soon as the preliminaries -; PRICE NEAR ,$11,000 Rev. J. M...... Bass! I be.put a forth blessing an honest to others.earnest The effort world to WILL CANVASS COUNTYMEMBERS

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j Enlistment blanks have been sent can tell when you love. OF COMMITTEE TO
(O.NH TWO OTHER LODGES OF to the officers of the company and a" CHARGE TO BE $1.45Vi PER Pay the price, whatever it takesto get you in touch with the Lord. SEE VOTERS AND URGE THEM
HIE I ORDER IN STATE HAVE jbig meeting of the men who have SQUARE YARD FOR PAVING, Cut out that correspondence, visits pay your debts, and honor your TO CAST THEIR BALLOTS FOR
33 CENTS; PER LINEAR FOOT,
'..IOHtJEIIIEHMANY: : AT- signified their i intention of joiningwill God $250.000 BOND ISSUE SO THAT
'IEND PROM: ORLANDO. ST.LOl'D be held at the Graystone Casino FOR CURB WHILE WALL I All experience some of you have is the recollection of one OSCEOLA CQUNTY MAY KEEP
WORK IS TO COST $15 PER CUBIC
AM I II .LAKELAND-LOM. |I building next :Monday night at 8 that you had twenty-five years ago. PACE WITH OTHERS AND FUL.
< I. :\\UVISITHtS\L\Kt:,; : : ''o'clock. The enlistment blanks will YARD-T. B. GILLESPIE I There is no such thing as white lies, and little stories. They are FILL PLEDGE TO THE DIXIE

) ;, "PKKC1IES. : LL'DLAM) PRE- I be signed at this meeting and arrangements WIRES FOR MATERIAL- TO BESH11'l'ED I all black lies. The Book says all liars will have their part in the HIGHWAY.An +
.- FMDini: : :MEDAL.M I will be perfected: for the I AT ONCE. lake which burneth with fire and brimstone which is the second death.

xnminution of the officers, so that I When you are out of touch with your Lord tfon't' go to the gang I II active campaign in favor of
) hufdic'cl or more members of the work of mustering in the com- I Work of paving Main street from I and complain about the other fellow. Go, to your pastor. He will the voting of the $250,000 bond Issue I II I

the Loyal Order of Moose attended pany can Ire taken up at an early Oak street to the city limits there help you. The pastor and the Bible are your best friends. for good; roads' and the.creation of a

the big banquet\ given by the local date.The I to join the county road to Orlando,j When you visit God's studio, you will get; only an artist's proof; special road and bridge district to be
officers of the company urge will begin within the next two weeks, He employs no artist to retouch your pioture. composed of all the county: except
lodge of this order in Makinson's hallon That all of the men: attend the meeting I'and is to he completed in not more There!; is not an artist in this country who could stay in business the Third Commissioner's District has r

:Monday night The banquet, Monday night: so that all the enlistment than two months according to the j if he gave you a true likeness of yourself. bene begun: by the special committee
number) of blanks be signed and awarded to the Alabama
wlll'h8" attended I by a may contract named some time, ,ago: for this pur
visitois from St. Cloud, Orlando and tinned over to the Mate authorities Paving company by t the city council I I pose. -

lak'land.IIS given in' celebration of I at once' I' at a special meeting held :Monday The committee held, a meeting on
the I wrest m,,mlier/.hip campaign, Announcement of the approval of I'I night: REVIVAL MEETING AT METHODIST Monday and went over the situation.

which gavethe- lodge a total membewhap the petition for 11 military company The work will cost approximately from every angle.: This meeting
of '-::W, I here was 1..i\.1 l by Lee .larrell who $11.000() e\clusi\e of the budge' across sulted in an optimistic view of the
CHURCH DRAWING\ LARGE CROWDS
'1 his me'nilic-i, ,'ship t figure, althoughthe : I wall chosen f first lieutenant, in a letter ] the ditch, riot far from the ,city lim I, situation and the members ,of the I
lodge is 1 less than a year old, from 11.:11.: Snow Jr, :Major Us, The bid of the Alabama fusing ,committee believe Brat the bond issue*

t"I\'( the local lodge third place Quai.tei mastei"'s Corps, who is in ,company which was the only one re- I The revival meetings at the Meth- Brother Stapleton is a fine gospel will be carried by a good: majority.The .
among: the lodge of the order in charge of the office of the Adjutant; ceived calls for vitrified buck. T. odist church are drawing big crowds I I singer and the music at the meetings I fact that the Third Commission

I'loi'ida. General; dining the absence) of J. ll'lif- B (illll' pil', vite-piesident of the AI- every afternoon at :tl.: and night at is a treat to those who love the songsof er's district voW by almost 7 to 1

I' : ford H. Foster.STROKE I almriia Paving ,'omlJltnyVa" present 750.: The: meetings are In charge of zion. in favor of a separate road district i t

furnishel t l> : I II I lat the meeting and immediately wiredto ,Evangelist. :M. Bass and SongleaderErie First I would appeal to the members and $150,000 in bonds has had a good

\ tahl,-", which circled. the entire floor I OF PARALYSIS his company to have material Stapleton. I of our church to attend and to beat effect on the side of the bonds in this

...,., space of the large hall, were filled 'shipped for the work at once. In regard to the meeting Rev. S. every service. All of us need a section and the campaign which will l
with ;good" things to eat. j He states that the wok can be W Law lor, pastor of the church fresh anointing for better service. I be. waged from now until the electionis

Attorney- !Milton Pledger, acted as KILLS H. THURMAN completed within six weeks, if there writes as follows: most cordially invite all,the Christian held on April 15th is expected to
toastmiihter and called upon a number I are no interruptions and that. his company Brother Bass is a strong preacherand people of the town to come and be result in a victory for tho cause of

of the visiting members as wella WELL KNOWN CITIZEN WIIO i will do everything: in its power seldom has the community had better fitted to work in their respective good roads.

local men. HAD LARGE PROPERTY INTERESTS :';- Ito do the work as quickly as possible.The the opportunity of healing the gospelso ] churctvss. I would plead for the The committee decided lo make a
During: the speech-making Attorney IN KISSIMMEE. I section of roadway from Vine forcefully preached. He[ is a man people who are not Christians or connected personal canvass of the voters and

Pledger presented to R. II. Lud- FOUND DEAD IN BATH ROOM. street noith. to the city limits where !with a deep religious experience, with any church to put them members will attempt to see all of the

. lam, who was the first dictator of the BODY IS TAKEN TO PHILADELPHIA '[the right-of-way was widened and strong;, but tender and a deep earnestness selves under the influence of the gos- freeholders who are qualified between

lodge, a fine medal as a ,gift from the FOR BURIAL. 'graded several weeks ago; has be. ( and a passion to get men saved j (Continued on Page 12)), now and the opening of the polls. Arrangements -
lodge. Mr. Ludlam responded in* a. --- -- I Iconic almost impassable for automobiles were also made for the ..
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few words of thanks. Harry W. Thurman, a prominent i the sand on the new grade being sending of a letter to the voters. A j

The evening was ,a pleasant one citizen of this city, was found dead in I cut into deep ruts, through whichmachines BIG CROWD HEARS SENATOR BRYAN copy of this letter'is printed on1 page
throughout and.everyone who attended the bathroom of his home in Cape I are barely 'able to make 10 of this issue and should be read

expressed '''their appreciation of Breeze Addition:, Wednesday eveningat their_ way ,Itwill: be pleasing news ] by every man who is qualified to vote

the work of, the' committee which had 7:30: o'clock.iw&fetv.Afi&Aii.Vi;(/ ,,hN.i",Aa j; *, to those.,who travel the;road that the ] ': GIVE KEYNOTE SPEECH ON RECORDOTHER in",the coming'election.CITY : : .
.tihe<< arrangements in charge.: "' ' ,'_; ,'" "''The"bodyrwasfound' yfMrs7Thur-.' tftt hast'been ll letf'and!thats work I I' .

man, who immediately called assist will'begin .at once. While the roadis
FOR STATE OFFICES NVITED TO' ATTEND ELECTION GETS
CANDIDATES
ance. The physician in attendance being paved autoists and others
TANO .SELLS DIXIE pronounced the cause of death to be I going to and from Orlando will use I BRYAN MEETING AND KISSIMMEE PEOPLE HEAR ADDRESSESBY
I 1 BY F. M. HUDSON, A. S. WELLS, A. J. ANGLE W. N. SHEATS
j paralysis! and stated that the deceased Ithe j old road through the negro sec LIVELY NEAR CLOSE
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I F. A. WOODS AND I. L. FARRIS.
I had been dead for probably ten tion' east of Main street. I II
THEATER TO BEAM '
minutes I l Interested listeners crowded Broadway Sncate. It was the first speech of his Some element of liveliness was injected -
Mr Thurman's health had been I!i r around the. bandstand last Friday I campaign which had dealt almost into the city election held last
JACKSONVILLE MAN; FORMERLY PETE SAVAGE INJURED
greatly !impaired for more than a I night until traffic was almost broughtto entirely with his record as a repre- Saturday when late in the day a
CONNECTED WITH THE year and he had suffered two strokesof a standstill when Senator N. P. I sentative in the upper house of the number of voters bolted the nomineeof

OKPHEUM OVER HOUSE THEATER AND PROMISESTO TAKES paralysis during that time. All WHEN BOAT IS BURNED Ii Bryan delivered in his boyhood home national law-making body the white man's: party, H. R. May
arrangements had been made for a the keynote speech of his campaignfor Senator Bryan is not an orator, and cast their ballots for John S.
GIVE PATRONS A TINE trip to Philadelphia In the hope that I re-election to the United States I (Continued on page 12.) Cadel, attorney to the county commis-
SERVICE 01MOTION PIC a change of climate might improve !i I about the hands last Thursday night(I I sioners.
TURES. ,I when he with Marion Carson had the
The
his condition.: family expectedto '
II When Mr. learned all
May good
as )
leave on the midnight train, and (I novel experience of fighting fire in MAYOR
politicians do learn when their interests
MAY ASKS CITIZENS TO
Gus Beall late of the Orpheum' the baggage was already. at the depot :;: the middle of the lake as the result are in danger, that such a
Theater, Jacksonville has purchasedthe When the stroke fell. i|lof one of the Tucker Brick company's
movement foot he rallied his
Dixie Theater from A. A. Tano, The body was taken to Philadelphia -I([logging boats becoming enveloped in CLEAN-UP FOR PRESS 'MEETINGRAILROADS friends to was his on support, and he was
and will be sole owner and managerof for interment, the widow being flames. I I
I elected easily Some ninety-eight
the house in the future. Mr. and by Joseph Thurman the I They were towing a raft of logs
accompanied votes were cast for Mr. Cadel but
Mrs. J. n, lIartsell, who have had father of the deceased and neice, from the camp to this city when the GRANT CHEAP I O
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\ they were not counted when the returns -
charge of the house for some time, !I Miss Marion Porter. I larger launch ran out of gasoline. An RATES FOR ROUND TRIP TOISS'lrrtIlEE MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION of the election were canvassedby

have not yet decided as to their future -I Mr. Thurman has been: identified I attempt was made to draw the gas FOR MEETING, -00 -00 the city Council Mr, May re-
location. 'with the business interests of Kis- from the smaller boat and the gas became A"fn-'LARGE NUMBER SIGNIFY:; :. ceived 254 votes.
Mr Beall is an experienced show- I' i from the lan- INTENTION; OF ATTENDING I
;' simmee for a number of years and ignited, probably To all Loyal Citizens of Kissimmee: The election !)
usually because
quiet,
and announces that. he will give I tern. it to extin- SESSIONS OF ASSOCIATION.
man I owned large property interests at the I Finding impossible I
: ; On April 13, 14 and 15 the editorsof |jt docs no more than ratify the result -
the patrons of the Dixie a new series time of his death. lie came to the guish the fire they ran the boat to
i I Florida hold their annual of the white man's '
meet- was
of motion pictures the best. that he i I I city at the time when its development i I waist. deep water and Mr. Carson Mayor H, R. May as shown by the thus enlivened. The other primary officers ;
Work of repainting the overboard chopped hole in'' ing in Kissimmee. This is a great
can -feuy. was at a standstill but seeing large; jumped a accompanying proclamation, has asked elected George Overstreet
were: ,
house was begun this week and an, possibilities, invested heavily in what the burning launch which soon filled I that the citizens of Kissimmee honor for our city and one for whichwe
I marshal; J. R. Gilbert, clerk J. Z.
improvement. in the picture serviceis later proved to be the most desirable with water and sank. All portions ;i begin to clean up the city at once so should show our appreciation. It Roberson, treasurer Roma Thomas; ,
already apparent Mr. Beall'[ has portions. of the city. I of the boat remaining above the sur- I that everything may be spic and means much to us ,to have these visitors Howell Bass and ; Eugene Bryan,

connections in the motion picture I He erected the Graystone. ,hotel at face were destroyed. span for the meeting of the State here. We want them to go members of the city council.
world which will give him the best a cost of approximately $100,000, and i Press Asociation, which will be held away with kind thoughts about us. t

there is to offer. I I a beautiful residence in Cape Breeze here on April 13, 14 and 15. i We want them to" see our city at its

Mr. Beall will give matinees on addition He has owned the old Okee- GUN CLUB PERFECTING Every indication points to a .large' best.Now BAND CONCERT TO BE
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons -I chobee: building on Broadway, the attendance 'at this meeting.. Reply I therefore I, H. R. May
and is arranging to get sev- Katz building the corner where the PLANS FOR BIG SHOOTMembers cards sent out to the editors of Florida !! mayor of the city of Kissimmee, do GIVENSVNDAYA3,30The
eral more feature pictures. He in-I Rivers' building now stands the Inn by the Board of Trade are being j hereby proclaim it my will and that :
tends to change the name of I and a number of cottages in the residence received daily by Secretary Code) A I jttf the best citizens of the city, thatwe

theater and asks the people of Kiss section of Kissimmee. of the Kissimmee ..Gun! majority of the cards received state begin a general clean-up. campaign Kissimmee Concert Band, G.

simmee to help him find a new name. lie established and started the development -I Club are at work on plans for the entertainment that the writer will attend. Those I M. Sherouse Jr., director will gift
Read his advertisement in this issue. of Thurman City, on the of the visitors to the cityon who have already replied that they I believe that the patriotic citizens the following program at the concertin
The Valley Gazette wishes Mr. lake shore about eight miles from : the occasion of the first annual will be here are: Oscar Cooklin Mi.1 will do this work for the good of their the band stand on Broadway, Sun-

Beall success and hopes that the people / here, a property including 2000 state tournament of the Florida Trap- ami,. accompanied by one; C, E. i city and for that reason I do not be... day afternoon, beginning at 3:39:
r will aid him to make the theaterall acres of land. His property interests, (j shooters Association which will be Woods, Eustis Lake Region; C. C lieve that it. will be necessary for o'clock.

that he hopes to make it. during his residence here, would held here on May 4th and 5th. Carr and wife. Times, St. Petersburg; me to take any legal steps to enforce March, Gippssand-Lithgow.

probably exceed $200,000. lie was in Word has been received from T. E. T. E. Fitzgerald Gazette-News, Daytona my order. "have always found the Waltz Sunset in Eden-Hall.

his sixty-first year at the time of his 'Doremus, manager of the sporting ; H. S. McKenzie, Palatka Times people of Kissimmee ready and willing One Step Kentucky Home-DonJ 4.
JIM SMITH ENTERS death. department of, the DuPont Powder Herald; Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson, Sarasota to do anything they can to help in son. '

company, that Walter' Huff, crack Times accompanied: by Miss the city's growth and progress. I Overture, King Rose-:.Barnard.
- FOR SHERIFF Clyde Poulter, known as the small- trap-shooter of the South and southern Mary E. Townsend; D. Stratford believe that to have Kissimmee epic Medley one step. Are You From

r -jRACE est lecturer on the American platform representative, of that company Scadeng: Hastings Herald; J. H. and span for this event will be the Dixie?-Cobb. ;'
will give a lecture at the high will attend the 'shoot to be hetd here. Barton Lake Worth Herald; George best advertisement we
":""iJ. In this issue of the'Valley Gazette school auditorium on the night of A Iarp,number of trapshooters T. Rice, Okeechobee Call; Wayne These editors will go home Folks-Lake. 1

James H. Smith announces his candidacy April 8th under the auspices of the from every part of Florida, expect. Thomas Plant City Coirl; H. C. praising our city if everything: Rag, Hungarian Rag,-Lensberg.
for the office ef sheriff of Osce- Ladies Aid Society of the Christian ed to attend the tournament here at Sparkman 1to--, Journal; L. W. neat and clean. Let's give them the March Inrercargell-Lithgow.. : I
ola county Mr. Smith is I well- church. Mr. Poulter's lectures are which the association' representative Traer, Melbourne TltMs, accompanied opportunity.Yours (
.- Itnowji:and ha a 'large circle of of a humorous character and he has to the National Shoot in St. fey S. S. Licfcty and J. D. for a Clean City, Miss Madeline Hill, of Narooe.i.'.':''if( Ai

.: friends who Jtxfliere that his chances been highly! complimented: bjr the Louis will be- chosen in competitive Shock; Char_.IL Walton and wife, H. R. MAY, was a visitor in Kissimmee onWednesday. . "

*, ,*r* good for -eteatUn 1,press in all MCtio s' of the country.: contests: (Continued en pc 6) I Mayor of Kissimmee. s ' ji :r"A',


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TAMPA INTERESTED IN FIRED CRUTCH INTO THREE. PRISONERS CUT'WAY I REGISTRATION BOOKS .ji. j jCLOS'E



,; GET "DOLLED" UP TICK FIGHT IN COUNTY OUT OF CITY JAIL NEXT. ( _MONDAY I1" i

THE WOOD SHED --- : ,

HASTII.K I HI .\ ;THAT TIME PRECINCT. REG. I
FOR EASTER RECUf'I'\nY'UAM, : = OFSTATE IAMSAcF. i CEASI1111': t
I \''J ISTRATIOVWILL)
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CONDEMNED
'('A'I"1'I.SSOCIA'flO: ='l, GIVES; i OPENAT"

that will make' PUBLICITY TO 1.1':I"rEIt FROJI/ Remarkable Experience of Mrs ,COUNCIL AM 11" IS LIKELY:\ BOOKS WILL REMAIN
We the clothe on you OKK1CE..OF REGISTRATIONOl'FlCKR '
can put I'AT JOHNSTON AND= APPROVES Fro'm 1'IIA'rOJ'W: : STUUCTl'KE' WILLhE .
Gaskins Who Suffered '
look and feel' Al'NEXT UNTIL MAY 1ST.
you ) ; HIM EFFORTS TO OKHEREI KHKCTKI
Rheumatism For Four
ERADICATE. ENEMY OF CATTLE. SESSH\N OF BODY.
LIKE A PRINCE .' Years According .to the. primary law the-

Three prisoners, all ncgroes, es registration books iTthe precinctswill

\ If you aon't believe it, just come In and take a look The movement to eradicatethe tick Tells How Andes Removed the caped from the 'city jail sometime close next; Monday, being tk .. .

at our line ofFINE during .the early hours last Sunday first Monday in April. The boo< ;.M'
cattle of All Her Troubles
from the. of Osceola county i i'* Cause
I morning. They were Charley Fay will remain open however, as the flaw
SPRING FABRICSWe'll receiving attention and publicity in .. t son, John Williams and another ne> provides, !jn the office of C. W. Griffin
Tampa. In the Tampa Tribune of When a medicine gets you or*** yes called "Seaboard." county supervisor of registration, t
Monday appeared the following have had for tour gro
article trouble
you yearand
prove it to you, too, if you'll let u_ take your : takes you off of crutches, there The jail delivery: was discowifed at his grocery store on Main street '<.."\ ,
measure and build a suit that we will guarantee to fit. nothing In the .world too !no to any Sunday morning by Marshal Over- Kisnimmee, until May 1st. Voters i in
Much work in being done along the
; about It. And that la just what Andes
continue
had effected or .the county may I
line of eradicating the cattle tick in .has done for me and I c.rtalnly ought street. The prisoners: all parts
to W willing to testify to the truth '-heir escape by battering a hole in to register there until that date. "
this section and a communicationfrom and let everybody know about It.- the. roof of the jail with an iron bar, Registration has been heavy con-
t
Patrick Johnston, of Kissimmer.to Thin unusual statement wax made by
Our Cleaning and PressingDepartment B. I I.. Hamner, secretary of the i Mrs. Anna CSasklna of 1483 rouithtonPt. 'Ahich had evidently been given them sidering the fact that only those who !
I ., Savannah, In a recent Interview by some person on the outside.All have not registered! before and those I
State Cattle Association, rceivedSaturday : with the Andes reprenentatlve.
morning! advocates' the use'of Yes continued, Mrs. Omklns. 1 have of the.negrr's were in jail on who have reached i their majority in !
been a cripple with rheumutlam for a I harpt-s. of hcMpir, drunk and disorderly. the )past year are required to register.The t
.. dipping vats for the furtheranceof < IOMK time and for four' yearn I have I
IS THE BEST IN TOWN the war on the tick, Mr. Johnston been using 'a crutch and was not able r I Fayson had already served! fifteen n.Ji-ish. : tioli is particularly r 4
to do anything about the houae. That days! Williams hml ""'fv(1 a heavy in the !St.: "loud precinct, where I
who is an extensive cattle grower, ,. the plain fact and my folks and all week while "Seiiliixirll'Mmd JH.st-leon'! a large, number) lire" said. i i to he changing
Oliver SuitatoriumPHONE will dip twelve thousand head of {'a1tit. tinnelnlibors, knew about mv helplessenndttlon t
: this coining season: and will ha\i-- add 'wUl, tell you the name placed in jail oiv Saturday: night. their affiliation,, from the Republican
tMnu. When word! cf th- jail delivery. WII" In t .Democrat. pinty.IIKRBINE .
'live viiIs.Mr. 1 11. I saw where Andes l ass helping a '
61 : . Haniner, likens tinravages! "f Brent mnnv people. und t thought maybe received I by! the city council, which i J Ji r
It would, malic me feel better even met in special ,......ionInlItlay':\ ntglit : : iin-s constipation and
the ,rattle Uck to that of the l boll wee 'If It failed to help Rains. but I am )IxAsel '
my the i re-establishes) "regular 01'I '' -
I to aw'ard the, contract far"
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vu- "I cotton. A' of Mood iclud< to nay It )ms done u hundred limesmore paving 1.
o-i I quart| a d.i\
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I than I expected for I have fired \ > of :Main street.. :Marshal\ Overstreet I IIW lit... Price ;"Io'. Sold by (OsceolaPharmacy. !
is aproxiirmtely what the tickjnfeMed l- that old crutch Into the wood shed to notified that the jail wascondemned. .
was
cattle )Jose. Mr. Hamner ask.-: bf made Into kindling\ "II I am actually ,_ -
I doing a. great deal uf my house lie was nrd/'red!, to place -- -- -
TRUCK GROWERS MEET OHIO MAN BUYS 1200 "If you had a cow with a terrible work. s I no more prisoners in the building! and The Quinine That Does Nit Affect The head
wound from which the animal would I have taken als bottle and can walk 1 ltrcniiN of ire Ionic unit laxative rffrct.. I.AXA-
l lose a quart of blood day anywhere 1 'want to without the crutch the county jail will likely be used for | TIVH IIROMO yflNINHI beserth.nordman t
every you and rheumatic pains have all left until structurecan Quinine. and dues not c.u.e nrrvouma nor
my city prisoners a new
, AGAIN ON SATURDAYLARGER ACRES ORANGE CO. would naturally do. something to healit. me. My appetite Is good and Jean I I rlnifinii in head Remember the lull name and, '
I I. be erected. The city jail has I tank for the utnature ol K. W. CROVK. ee.
eat anything: I wa.nt without It both..rIng ,-
- -- I me In the 'least, and I believe If I long been an eyesore.nd ramshackle I
Dipping Cost in' Small. I I
ATTEIA. CI':. EXPECT-. J. E. McNeil, of Manchester, Ohio, continue to take It awhile longer It and plans for a new building will
"It costs! only fifty cents at the | will make me entirely well for all timeas .. .
KR THAN LAST SATURDAY who has been spending about a weekin most, including: the first cost of dipping far aa myi! rheumatism Is (concerned.I probably be made at the next meeting
AND QUESTION; OF COUNTY want everybody to know about this of the city council.A d /ay 0RY
this section, has! purchased throughH.euker I vats to clear your cattle of | great medicine tor It certainly removes 1
A VIEW: TO LAUNCHING .
WITH & Barclay, of this city a ticks. As a return they will bring the cause of your troubles. My good treatment for a cold settledon .
MOVEMENT AT ONCE. case should prove that to anybody.
you larger dividends at the market, | the lungs is a HKKKICK'S InD:I
tiact of land amounting to about 1200acres. : Commenting on the remarkable refulls -
I for they will gamin flesh wonderfully that Andes afforded In this case, )! PEPPER PORUS PI.ASTKR applied ; HAD f\ LITTLE LAf16
The Kis.simmee Produce (;row'rs.1) This land is located l1<'urI."hul.t I' Mr. Payne nnid Uric acid Is the cause I| [
immediately the lick is eradicated."Also . the chest draw inflammation
-f the heavy dull feeling In the small | to to out ...
an organization of the truckers' of this I in Orange (county and! was I it costs more to ship tickycuttle of the buck and no doubt was the i and KAM.ARIVS Iittll::11OUNI) ,

section, will hold another meeting: I purchased from I the (Overstreet. Turpentine I than it does to ship those who : cause shooting of end Mrs. sharp(Sasklna"pains rheumatism over the I' YKUP to relax tight ,".-. You get r"" .

tomorrow (U Saturday ) morning in the company. i are tick free. The railroads charge a "..dy. frequent desire to relieve Ihel.h"ld..r the two remedies, at thf'pnce) of one \ (".; \

city council! hull, at which time the The. '11 act sill be divided into tI1-1 larger sum toqutuantinre cattle and1'' are, a stiff few joints of the, and many aching symptoms muscles by buying the dollar.o.'ZI'. horehound r'fll ( -'j' l."-

matter of holding a county fair in and the marketsilhin and ship them than for cuttle that an- ': of rheumatism. Andes IH Intended. to I Syrup; there is a porous plaster free '
tracts placed on
I
Kiasimmee next winter will Iw gone acre I not uni-antmcd.| ." says :'\1 r. Hamner.literature remove the cause, putting the kidneysand with each bottle Sold by (Osceola .
aoh..t! time. :Mr.McNeil contracted bladder In good condition and In
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will be sent uot this .
I on Pharmacy.The
into fully. this
more way giving lasting and permanent I 4JJr
1 The plan was discussed informallyat \ with Breaker & Barclay to new war on the tick through the cfi i results ,
handle the Kale of this property. ,' Andes la not a but Is recommended !
panacea -
a meeting of the organiution held forts o'f the State Cuttle Association. new Smyrna publ.o'hools! won

last' Saturday, but as the attendance Mr. McNeil visited this section Every mail brings in application for such aa all for forms constitutional of catarrh, troubles stomach all the first prizes at the Volusia I O-- .

I' was not as large as was desired another about four years ago and was so impressed membership to the association and th--1 disorders and weakness; It tones and county fair for excellence in the various -- ..
with the that he vitalizes the blood irvIng strength to @ I
country returned .
totad numberhas increased several s
called for tomor- the I departmen.t
meeting was young aa well as to the aged and
row. President Fansler and Secre- this' winter with his mind hundred since the big cattle canfer- Infirm. And io have we. We hare all kindsof

tary Fripp urge all the members to made up to invest.. ence here. It is-the desire of Mr. i.u-es Prescription, so highly' lamb;.lamb chops and legs of Iamb
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attend the meeting tomorrow prepared Hamner to have every cattle raiser in by Gaskins and lamb for slew.

to take part in the discussion of listance away; from the convention i South Florida to join the association. 14:<8 Broughton St., Savannah, Ga., There is nothing more DELICIOUS
is now on sale in Kissimmee by the
this subject and a number of other ce. Mr. Chas. Evans who we likedso --- than a well-cooked LEG OF LAMB.
II IIp
I 'orner )Drug Store the exclusive,1gent. '
important matters. I well at the last sUite meeting, Take HEROINE for Indigestion. It SAWMILL Let ns send you one for your Sunday
__,_,_ A 1 dinner. Then could send
i visits Florida tear field work two relieves the pain in a few minutes .and we you a
: MACHINERYAND few lamb that would be fine
A pain in the side of back that weeks this summer and is to tour forces' the fermented matter which The University of I Florida Collegeof chops
causes\ the misery into the bowels 'for a luncheon dish order at once, '
catches you when you straighten up west Florida. We ought to have 20 I Agriculture has received
recently
a
' 'calls for a rubbing application of new societies there .' -: | where it -expelled.. Price 50c.' "Sold' purebred Ramboullet lamb. This ALL SUPPLIES j for the best cuts go !first.PHONE 6

BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT It Coconnut-Grove( has a ivew'Yourig by Osceola, Pharmacy! ., ; ; ', ", breed of'- hoep is well suited to 'Floridasconditionsityb"claimedfand '
relaxes the -contracted 'muscles\ and People's ; [ : '..,, 1'.1, .'_. .. _' ," .. .... ." ',)" bite For Deices Mil 44
(.vT4rnperance&Unio"iW'f.Why;. ! ; I ":J f 1 ) ri M> '\ r" 1'"" '" L" ". ..'f "i i !,, \ :! I;j the ,

permits ordinaryybodilykmotionjwith} j ;j .!iiot''have!. u cria realousjjcitizenshipcommittees' , "ADVERTISED'LETTERSAdvertfsedalitstgfo"rtheflwo college fs going'to"give itMaIItrial.t..I Catalogue
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out suffering'or''inconvenience. ?'Price 'i inujachHrsocietyf thatltheywould I \ weeks : , / CITY .

25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by in reality if not name' serve as ending April 10, 1916: 10 CENT. "CASCARETS" s MARKET

Osceola Pharmacy. enthusiastic temperance. organizations Chitlay, Miss Lugenger; Colley, IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor

i ? Miss Alee; Cullen, J. R.; Coppins, I "f'I

.OOOOOO Florida's goal for Dixie Endeavor James; Eavans, Mrs. Sarah; Goodman Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, I Sl

9 subscribers was set at 150, and\ in the Henry; Herd, R. H.; I'rentis, Sluggish' Liver and Bowels-they

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR > I March issue but 127 were credited to Walter C.j; Proffilt Lewis; Radford, work While You Sleep.

9 our acocunt; where ere the other Mrs. liaisy) fee; Vickers, Mrs.. Kav.;

..OOOOOOOOOOO O OO twenty ? Georgia is the first state to Vandawalker, I n. M.; Wore Muster Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indices

We would like to have heard Rev. Mich the climax ; 150 for it, also. Croma Walter. ; Wilson Miss :Mamie.H. Lion Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches .

t Chisholm in Kissimmee in his ('hil.dren's How many efficiency classes havewe I II. Simpson Postmaster.The come from .a torpid liver and >

? Lady bake, Live Oak, Braden- clogged bowels which causo your S iNt
sermon last Sunday. delegation town and! where are the rest ? The I II Peninsular! and'm/ !;;; :;;1 stomach to become filled with undi ' J 1t1 + ,4v'a 1F'I'h
Are getting ready a fine -
you : : : ? efficiency campaign! is at highwatermark ; ; Steamship! Company have a twice-a- gested food which sours and ferments '.11y1
for DcLand April 20-2U
I week service between Jacksonville like in swill barrel.
here in Florida now. Within a garbage a That'sthe
I I
Program nearly finished and the convention
\ committees have been l organized f-w months we'll have dozens of new first step to"untold misery-indigestion I

and are at work. Miss Ethel experts, l proudly wearing (we hope -I foul gases, bud breath yellow

they will ) expert C. E. pins. skin, mental fears everything that is

J Ames committee is ,chairman and everyone of the with publicity h least Grace A. Townsend. NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD horrible and nauseating. A Cascarell I Nature's Way of Securing Fertility ?

I Interlachen;
' hope attending should write at March .28. tonight will give your constipated
----- --- Expels scrofulous humors from the bowels a thorough cleansing and
once if not yet done to Miss Ames, A sore throat can be- treated best ,i
Ix fquist, general chairmanof blood which cause constipation malaria straighten you out by morning. They
or Henry > from the -outside. The throat should There is no mystery about this. It 1'
the work going on at Deland in be rubbed with BALLARD'S rheumatism sores, ulcers,. pirn- work while you sleep-a 10-cent box brings

preparation for our god time com SNOW LINIMENT.gently Apply at night pies etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy from your druggist will keep you feel into use the elements of soil and l air. The ,, ;.

ing. Remember this! I and cover .within cotton cloth bandage on a guarantee to satisfy. ing good for months. cilcct is both to increase present crop yields J

Mrs. Maud Little excellent press ; by morning the soreness will and build
to l the
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of
the
productiveness land.
i9 that up
said
for I ;
writer Epworth League disappear. 'Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 .
t'' by the delegation and reporting i\i- I
per bottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy -
terest shown at their annual convention'they -I Natursoivn' i
' finely ground natural phosphate.} 1
could tell what leagues had

done good work or the reverse during F Wear contains a high content of iV.rtility-makin
I A novel and becoming way to trima Spring
; the year. This i if just as true for child's straights\ dress is to pretendto elements that are made immediately available
Christian -Endeavor. It is our testIng -
time. button it straight down both sides by proper cultural methods. When Natursown

The editors seems to us, were f, om the shoulder to the bottom of We Have ItOur is used the beneficial eflects are noticeable
the hem, and set buttons close tpgelher .
never were kinder in giving
.)I space with imitation buttonholes for many years thereafter.
I than last week when such u favor
made 'of braid. line of merchandise
' was asked of sixteen; and our state new spring ,

press department is closing its )ear is now on our shelves. The analysis. NalursowllsJows! it to contain
GIVK; "SYRUP 01FIGS"
in splendid (condition which is also We have for 3-1. 42 per cent phosphoric acid. This is I
true of the Sunshine; and I Introduction TO CONSTIPATED CHILD everything men women ? released ...

t departments, also in the care of I Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harmTender and children. gradually, and :.lthtlC! crops and cultIvatIon- b. '
Little Stomach Liver
"Secretary Grace. s-Inch make it available will be '
found to
Please report all Junior or Inter I and Bowels.' We Want You to See

] mediate societies organized since Look at the tongue" mother! If permanently build up soil fertility as well as

April let I 1913! :;, to the state junior I coated" your little one's stomach liver Our Stock Any How to increase immediate> crop yields.

superintendent, :M-iss Elleanor Row I and bowels need cleansing at once. r

ley, West Palm Beach, nail do it soon |. When peevish cross, listless doesn't Come in and look it over whether you rf.

that she may have a correct report sleep eat or net naturally, or is feverish want to buy or'not. r N>lId fur our ; rrr Kookletit gives full lie-tails, amijjnivrs (
stomach bad breath has wli.it wi- cluing Write today for this hook
for DeLand. She would also like to sour, ;

t know loss or gain in members special sore throat diarrhoea full of cold, Don't fail to' see our new spring line of i

work done, and if any places suspended give a teaspoonful o{ "California Sy-' shoes for every member of the family.

she should have this not cheerfulnews rup of Figs," and in a few hours all Lakeland Phosphate .

also. T the fould constipated waste, undigested GOOD GOODS Company ,..

u I Miss Ruth Coffin, wide-awake state food and sour bile gently moves out Cypress Ave., Lakeland Florl

secretary living in Johnstown, says of its little bowels without griping PRICES RIGHT a11f

,. that the reorganized societies De- and you have a well playful child i

: Funiak Springs, West Florida, and again. Ask youf druggist for a 60- HuG

Fernandina, northeastern district are cent bottle of "California Syrup of H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

doing splendid work. We hope they Figs," which contains full directionsfor $_

lwlll end'good delegation toDeLand, babies, children of all ages and for ... "

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Th. kludjx-KJi of the people of onsy. and your Senator and Repreaen calved the treatment. that they solvent we ought not 'to take deposits ernment In Issuing state bonds for a out of I consumption of oranges

.lnlR.. .... and Osceola county will I tative HI Conffrtsa for their. extravaBanco served at the hands of Congress. orl "** (Ch"Ushid\ by me. .. one uf Kia-I T It ,. because eLate taxation Meyer. a. Secretary. of the Navy d"-I a'a, from It, to b* ... and carried on continuously 0.000 were Imported from countrt -

; .' ellis e.vents of this I S. t.c1t and Federal taxation la In ed the Penaaoola Navy Yard to 1 I __ r.*t. and thar.'or. economically other than the Unie States.
*;hlHli T am duly .pprec1aitIof the r tho people could be made. ; closed He waa fascinated with I worked during the vacation In lIII would b Htate bonds It seems to m war ..taught
I >irtifmt>: uf my friends throughout realise5 thai tile consumer pa>'. the boMlblUtlea of Guantanamo. his Ideas on tho sub-committee. which framedthe aril at 4% ; the Federal governmentcan ua that w* cannot lye prope
i.'" b".l"1 ltl but II *. only natural that tax. whether state or JKvderal, therewould have not been approved by the Navy parcel post law advocated it be sell bonda at 1%: the 1% difference without trad with countries.
> i .h..uld feel *tsutclat.y grateful, to be l...demand for extravagant Board charged with the duty of ..:. fore thecommittem. and helped to pass If compounded. for fifty yrs The trade of South Am.rlc ha. .

1 tru.Hti who have known ma beat and approprtationa, by Con Kress.tftM I amlntng shore stations. I have reasonto It through the Senate. It la a littlediscouraging would pay oft the principal II. ana. Inasmuch to Eurp because _
"& loittrtMt.lurjiitf. .. HUt believe that the Government. will In view of thla fact to a* the Government not de> If all to ua they will not '-
thP; last few weeks I have Another bill law by I never con..u.t a navy yard at Ganf. haw.. ta co fi*,at the wlAe. HyrVa4in4srepresentation -* mtt.u.iqfmate.g money out of th* buy from UB President. Wilson's &Oenoancemenit
'::w been camjittlirnififcT In the atate, and the wiiHQn,- a-4rrvin..trUoQ iaHAa, 5.1MUp9irflleUttfl *_ .hP.-w. ougtto,*4.iv'* that I have been one proplton. the Do mIght b* can- of th. policy ol this *oaa
r. : *.<*u..tUMaina. for the mom.'.part, collat'era.1 > the laws 'anralnst trusts a coaling there. of the chief opponents of the parcel th waa suffl" try, at Mobi. th.t It was not the intention
III....... Important in Ih..m..lv.... and .monopui. J I pr*vents lying I Key West la a strategic point. I poet system. The fact Is. ao far aa dent. to par them off. The Oovernment Unite States to atria
., but aettled sung ago so far aa the1)rnocrac eontrncis; they are oalled under I commands the entrance. to the Oul. t know there are no ,opponents In would b* like the endorser. of 'a say territory of or South
party I. concern..*). which .1_.. are made. of necessary In my >udfinent. and In the I Congress of the poel I have note. which the maker. paid. If weundertake American Republic)haa chanced the
'loniKht. 1 would like to outline tom factory machlner for the. purpose. of naval officers, the defences there not agreed to parea.. the nines the to make. direct approprlatlon I..ln.of the* countries frol oa.
>' Iret.de. In this my boyhood home creating mono """ It allows a final ought to he strengthened very much.I t'ostmaster General haa tried to do. .I will b* very difficult to male to one of very frln 0

aome of th. thi HITS 1 have been trying juutfmvnt against d..l"ndant who succeeded In h..ln. am..dm.nt I think ha made a mistake when he the apporU..nt between th* line** This I* Increasing already bwtween
I Ao do III the MenatH. and aom. of tha ttas violated the aU.lru.t to be adopted In the begin I consolidated the first and second aonea fair .qultble.c. the Am.rlc It ought to b

r.r..1 Hovirnmental questions. which used as upon broughtby to equip the station which the Government aa a consequence of which parcels can .. en the policy ...tabli
pressed u uou hu Democratic an Individual Just here let, me has at that point. The Item went he shipped at a loss to the Govern .ta clor business relation wltt tb
patty for solution. ay. a. the bill waa originally d."n. hack to the conference three times, ment. and at the same with in* This to on* of the hnpr'alt countries to the Booth of I.
Men mrlxe for the office of United It applied only to suits la equity. and finally had to be Key Justice to nearby nm"t dtdaot. a. well the. largest aid that the United States has m.
State. fctVrmtor because of the great brought by the United States. It oc- West will be an outpost of dtne In believe that the rate fixed b for the e. My rank on It Is sixth. such rapid strides In "lyllUo.
honor that cue* with. IL It I. a distinguished CUFFed to me that there was no reason cae of war. as I I. the of the. first and second mona. ) hi. .* The work of this committee la divided cause the beat people have
-. privilege.. tu represent a way the record made In criminal prosecutions commerce. In of peace )the tain Itself I.e. by the. last reportof among various ."b..omrll *. Thosewhoar. been attracted her to take advantageof
ffVHMt Blat In the Rrt-alest of all de by the United tftatea. should countries tm. the Postmaster General that he has willing .* plentyto the opportunities of m new and"
do. I chairman of the .ub..ommltl.e -
am
iibrativo bodies. and to undertake topreserve not b Used by Individuals In rowing country
reover- rl A4B.al.mls. raised the ..a( While tha war con and
., maintain and advance the Ing dam."... lor the ruining Until recently., ..vrrycountry with a dltlons may .b eo responsible to some ox* of that on..10rUU..Uon.. am ) r..on Likewise wo can claim her .Florida -
common Interests uf a hundred millionp.pe. I business and 1 offered and the Senate naval force of any consequence had tent for the decrease In postal revenues Senate Commute. on Conference. thf that our state .grown so rapid

It I. H position woithy the; '' ttdvplvd, an amendment extending. this Officers which outranked our oll..r yet I b..l..v.. a cnllld..rable part settling disagreement between the ly because the opportunities to b*
SLmbltlon cif any man but It. I. tru. provision, to criminal caaes. In the Navy. When. a I of the d.fet last two houaea. This aub-commlttee haa found here so attracted the beat. peo*
in this oft titas In any' other thatcouptfd Section Six l of the Act declares that of .eve..1 natlona la assembled f.et year to lowering the rates to deal with the defences. It hastaken pie. of the United. mates to com
p an
with the dlsili.wul..nd. honor I I this labor of a human being la not a r klng highest la In command. too much on fourth claaa matter.. The a good .oa.1 work for me to make their homes In our midst
are vaMt sponsiblllties .. In order tomeavurt commodity or a..tcle of commerce and.iurliaer. oI.r ida has grown mora In wealth aM
with
. myself our preparation -
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th responsibilities, ama that lawasnouid -
up
than
: population years
Ant-Tru.t _
for ... Our fortlncatlona durlnt r..nt
w"'k hard and h. -- - eI..l.n"
i must inthi not t>e co..u..d the other .
.1.I.i of tin. dunes of the position ..H,* net ol or hor are. much than Is usually supposed any We have only .t
In...u"i tu be of ..,..Vice. he h.... to uvuuurail organisations. Instituted for but there. Is room for vast Im- tlal point of passed her .: r 'MI..lalrPI.:;
with the form this
for vet hlmaelf and remember thelight the of mutual de -1 Along
purpose Crovement. artillery period of achievement. lies
: with the
and legitimate, Interests of hiaAs chaired such not heavy
organizations AP
"ltio' the service and with the. ture. W* have been livIng upon ournatural
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1'on.tltu..nl.. be construed .. Illegal question of the supply of ammunnltlonto resources. our lumber and
> soon as office or conspiracies In trade phosphate. The pin. tree I* nearly
ard.'at'.lnpofl': : hand I member
: kept on am a
bgtn. tu effect It forbids Inter-locking: dlr.ctor.. deslgnid of the sub-committee on the legislative gone and we haVe. a state to develol.
hlmtielf uf course he. can.id..r. facilitate the by -S.
upon any to ustensibiy -
L.csa than two million acres
... It I. hi. duty to pursue then competing 1"lnl and In* e4 executive and judicial bill andtherefore and U.ere. are '
his usefulneHH' I. gone eluded common carrier rn.j t undertook go Into .onr..r..n.e upon .ullvalon. stale which caiT b 6.000000

J..trl'; country 'Is tfrowlnir. and the to prevent the abuses. of Injunction __ this bill I am to also supply a deficienciesIn of thesubcommittee .lhln. Our people must net busy with
Mentions Involved In Its 4
various The citrus the soil Instead of Importing hay
the departments
4- Krowth are so many that. In recent federal' Trade ('OBasmlsMloB. _
and .corn we ought to be exportingthese
\.ears. It has been found necessary forIVmicreHH Then the Federal Trade Commission :; canker. approp..laton was 1 taken care staple products of the farm W*
to remain III session practl bill was passed which was dfaigned -gL : j of by was .nabl.d. need more and better cattle. There la
iall\. all of the time. hatevjtr else 10 unfair methods of competition bv my
prevxnt ittn prI.Ot'f .. \ not a more ; field of enterprise
men may nay about my service In the Thin act seeks to prevent tradeor ) t i. frft&t uo. Idnlou.o anywhere, Invltl"l the rich broad

.-. .'. Ih..)' cannot and they shall nut other buslneua eomblnut..n. that eva ida, cauai Infected by -. prairies of the Kllialmmee Vale)' ...
deny that It ha. been faithful I have have nut yet ricen of ? i sery trees tending from here to Lake -
been there w'hi.11 OoitKresH wa* In ..a- being, a tiust or monopoly but which.If s--; - There I. a'"very great enemy of all bee ..
bet. I In the t4t atewhepi fruit known as the ledl..rr.n.anfrull
xton and I have left alone would grow Into trusts '
developmentIs
fl '. I have hud *Florida I growth
U wait in r..It. I thought I or munonulU AKedersJ 15Te ) th. 0ngrl
k.\t'w about Florida btfonmx ': si si'ral times with the ,'. ,'lary ofAgrUulture a source or to all hercltlsins

..I.II..n HomethiiiK to the Ki nate.. *but I find 1 lust act of U..r.e Art.,** upon the / and I am sure h*' Is wideaxxnke As one of them in b :I'rtl-
In\trl..n to. the deHlrublllty of vate and public life I have
Mint hi ..rd'r to ,itndti' the I..t a* rvIce -f \lluon ad- k..plnl I'I
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1..I.III'e "rOlr..m I, fruit nutf- 1 his to hi"r ;
tht .Htnti any "I" "oltrlhut. ulhuldlnl
.1 I must 11'0 about .v'r m.nl.lr. paHM d Cong ri-se. IHKiio.nt .
. f'eti'd ai"eas In Kutiipe nlr.h'n ii a pli-itHitnt remember -
and Mud, out tin IIOIIiC. of the peopleoid .. thai li mb of the
di.. IIHM wit h ili.in tin.Ir Idi. .anupon w ill I.oh..hly Htniiil out In liiBtorv p *'ry gnat opportlnly .rof ,I that us chairman
% .pitblli .p."lIon.. HO hat I m..yk".w titigreat.. Hi ahalt' enn nl .if thaiViI ; '.rl).' the .( ',).itS i A pproprlatlonn, t'onlrol: I hail ni\ slmnIn plutlnKiinnn the
.I IMCOIII xvlth th* reillilr firm and footing
I mnuilntiMl a 1".lnl
h..tI. i ho\\ to I.rN* nt I t htitt coil HilniiniHtt at Ion. It niohlliz' ft I In .
, "II..r. ! ( I ri-Muit-cs t uunl t > ; :an st-i'll :tin to :,I.t ;amid to Itnoxx 111*. I: i'1t' iml: that 'I :lni\i:: founil time slni
I W t 1IiMlVMN, blOUKll W III! b I CCI X to pi"<"\ nt inni-- "panic'H. toKiv I
I ... ..
.1.| I h..\ I o.II lll,Mllt, bUt 7 \\ ii.ti I U'IM llbHi'Mt it an I 1VC4 HHUI V0I. I II to do .. iiullog. our I .
In* \ itulili'. .. In my opinion. ,pi ,1.,1".1. ."I'I'Olu"I': 1<.IH."n.| i Te or 1"0.1, Commlltie han I"'n Irxlnuto workbitxxi.n piDtiit I. I>urlt. i>l iKctlunan the ballot. anti

I In 01'ili'r I to nut lit, "in and d..r.,1 r i'tiki* HM ticiiii 01.k on tha.-i.- bills, \I'\'\: :*' all duiillrat I : Ion of : ;1'0 fig oat ri |I'> ",ry diM.I.h"'o .
,, lain its of d rt I nut
I iI HUH I nil i'pa' \ imilo\| > r ilvi-M 1..ml)
uf Die sUilt or top ,, tiai
ithi'r tin i iKhtH to \\ IIH I h I I hiis In M rercrriiag. on t I ,
unli h hue an-
SM
\ ''iiji i i 'ton 11flhi nn :iMuivM ii i.iiil-' flint Mond i>' In ,\piil, 1 1.1:1.: : .LI Hi it.. I ,ntn and I am nine .on..hl.r.h. an einplovit bitterTin

;I nu in: < ..HU; ;i HM a Pt' natot' must' I know, I "tin, d I. t I" i .."II".u.( ...KI.n until, s.I .- lln, ;. 'J"hl I ban.*. it'-it bitom made tupxIlMift::: : that I ., I liimoiratli who tan' ito party hlH huM w"rk h,'retoforiround -
th lullll of pt" on-,ilu11' In Hi ieIiiteIt \ irih. i IMI, JM14 It IM a ii eaii of f -
I I : : : ; I S ..n (.lent hits hiatt xx'" riHUlt Ifx'ni Its Siliatom woithv <>r a H".Ol"I"
is HM titiiMj4ui\' lot, him to hi\e thinlttiiwliii.t ,a i 1 1.1-s 1 1 in nl. of 1 1n iioliiit' 1 ti-il iiaiitl.aii I. "lt whlh I ratlin rni
so
. HM It I IH fot 1 1\xt i I.. .e |>i ,tnlMit liiii1i l to tin' '.\ 'in i it..", .' 'ouVt) hnx'*' a lindui 1.0" '"-in I hopi I 111" not th
..,1.1,I . II h.1 .. I 'iingni'Ks could nut t'o I h.I.w the av'raice nn lo justify -
1 h i thi.- nit of IM or POIiIi'. I .
-. utia, \ uf tb*" i ourtn. I iii' w |\ .I pi ii- i l totiiHi I In'KI. ..aiflot ( iiionIs I 4b lifters ansi ,......i.1\ utah iitjt nn < *" .1.1 In my
1' *>H 1 I buxt, I In t n ii-itliiz: : I ,Ii".I: ; ,hilt iiiitti'i-H i hat hni.- r..I.i < ,it I astti-liti..ii II Klorlifa in i'onnld*'ralil r.hl.I.. ntrii Inth ran;

'. ..<. I linxe ,.hii-y. tb' tin' Hint. I ha> .. In en In the ',nut 1hax I I *' itnpioxemint of .,' )'.. I I This' a government, of laws as has
. If WM .tutu no i ult'H, It ,.ii.liI *' not thi.itiitiit it IH-P<.HHIII.\ 1 l.a ..1- I t I I line madti i I lit t i hl"ln..I i t (. h""II1 I lift..ri l I.i.n Hniil Mkvwlsc It Is a KOV
j"nll'.1 a ,di"-lib. t iitlx',' bodv I offt t noapol \ t Us. *' t In i-t that 1 HUH t h. r. ti" -- ) nn familiar a. I could a' the panel ,rnment bv patties. One man, or a
'. pl"h"p'i jt i iIH bllltx of 111>r"111 our lakn nnd ,llv-. I fi.w nun. or a ..nMII..rahl.* numlx'r uflannot
or of ,ikliiK' u**. "f t Ih in In letislil- Mill I t., IIH. (0 hu1 UHH \\illl.'UI ..r. N.t, .. upon lions will Incr'ane nun put Ilitlr Ideasment of tcovern'pt -
tltui I Imxi, not h..IIII.o to kill what otto-i i. (. of mu'h I I..., i in pin, t- with the dextlopment of th r I Into ..ffi.et i'xcm by cooperation
C.M ino.1,. uiul*- .. 1 KlHlntlon b\ it"ii't. to I.I.n.' at litfK'. but > et stat The! ,. IH, .perhapn; to be Count I with olh< rs of like views..
H istirt to thu rul..... In this wav I of some eoiiHeqU.i.Ce. nowhere more Intelligent: or fer upon pracl..aly everquestion.
baxe % pt:.> this i'ou.tryei.niething I (.ommKtee4Uk.. I ,,tie net mm than the engineer officers I \V-i. .luiv.' CI, I Imrt.. to settle political -
:
011 .< fl-a I'lrl' ," dolliirn' 1 1ttuppoHe A Sell a tor H ork. except u pun thi' of the Army who Ilv"III..t. differences.There .
I not a inattir which tb Rtat a,dm I in II.ru t(l. rnenaureH. lalaruily I and report upon waterway I are two. Ir..at schools of
peoplo Florida will resent when Isay dierinined by IIH! committee I have long believed that the beginningof 1 thought In thlH .unlr have been
that toward the close oi the f.Sdt'oriptl aHHlKtimentB I am on five workingciiminittecH I work upon many of our w"t..rwa'lI.In , from the h"lnnlnl. The dm Is reprinented -

.fHH. Wht'II it woe ltCeKNitIy' for I I of the Senate Clnlma. order to devi.lop t h.m. would haveto I . party oftoday
the Senate to remain In ..nston day l'cn.lons. Naval Affair Poet tifilcegalid be borne by the atate Florida Is which feelM that I Is proper to

and nlKht In order to avoid an extraordinary 1'uHt ItoaOri and A puroprlatlononunlfte "' a small state comparatlvi speaking, I use the taxing power the government -
at....Ion. I wan alre..d. uponby Because of our numerous lakes and to make a few people prosperous
all of the .ndfor"e. < om < I rivers the appropriation rt3a River upon the theory that prosperity
In the 8..n..l..ont.ndlnl. cidu wheitever I am chairman, uf the'I'lte on and Harbor Bill for neemn to will radiate from them to the rest of

the VietPresident had to be nb. claims It has "I ;rbrl proportion Yet It la a fact us. In times past It has been the
'' sent He .could not pi'eeide. day and upon a large Omf" .. More j haruh" Improvements made have theory of the Itepubllcan party more j
k_ i.tKht. and( I took the (hair when h.. hillH KO to It. ..y.olher Com been amply Justified by results Nevertheless than U la today that what w* need. I*

; wax away* to the na-tlsfA.ctlon of everyt mil) t.e.. The If we except the private billti pension I UNITED! STATES 'SENATOR NAT HAN P. BRYAN 'I there are so many waterways a strong, .lnlral..d J.d..rnl iroyern-
could be of
Henalor Iti the Chamber.Vku 't rrl.Of I In the mate, which very I m.nt. .
.
I dicated by t the transportation of and controlling" for, them
question I. how have meavur. Tue great b* riertt to the all the people
r- tl Tup. to the responsibilities of the. We have to d..1 with claims { I 'At Vera Cru I became necessary. for deficit would have been much larger our products that I believe It would I, their gov.rnm.ntala/alr..

I IIAt the Uov.rnm..nt. The work :I lour State Ie."rlm..1. to requeHt ,OreatBritain but for the economical admlnl.tratoni be a most excellent plan for the stateitself In opposition the par'ty
.
.1.. hats though eongenialii n.mocrata
of 1) boats
mlsuiv1 to fraddork the department dredge
S Trio say, lent may i I Rhr to have one or two ao
,krHtaiiJ nit. that "om.no party In thin mi hi'-('atuae of the Ilt"r"lnl iiuetitloiiM I \ le.li ,'om m and of the fl*.et there 10IAlnlr..1 i
..country bun a monopoly on patriotism of law pr.nt.l. tried [ Ma.\o, lhls wan done. but a giving leglnlatlxr powers to ia,'ads the waterways. which the ...d.r. the length and breadth ofthe
Many I anur*'H (''m" i 10, I to dial Wit' h : thce: qucutIiniC'fairly. I .on "UI' Ilunl, with the of dt partments; *specially Is It true governmni'flt dmn net feel JI.I I land. Over against the Republican
'no-p.rt.ln and whet liar I have or not t hi' of that I am opposed to giving the powerof until actual .
fore ( nir- I I I Justas "r"nlll r< qu .u"I..llnl taking hold of co".rc. of the few,
.n"r' (1'11 wih of the
.,
pistriohieallv by . I. I Si.nll. t hi itks I have, h"'nu. whener KOV..rnment .. appropriation, of money to the head han I..n developidThin theory Iro"p..rly. the .,
the proalerlty
t hey. are by V..m..r..I"H..lc.. Senate. <>\ I state a bill I. Just and ought. the rank UHiial In other n..I.... I In. of a department (If the 1'nstmanttrtStneral In brief In the account ofvtHffservice with of hope the will la theemocratlc
to I. ,l.iMK-it.t IH untiallv' puitHid without In tlxes the rates and there In a renderto p many r..ltul.
UK \ ou know baH other than leglehut' I I troducud bill and .ucceed'd which I h"v. tried to D doctrine of and
e dutti to p. rfi.i.tn I 'Iu..ton. Jt 1.." been pl..a..ur" i paas ing It through the He lrnvhl-I di-licit, Congress has to make the Ih. people of Florida, I wlnh I to all men. special.qual, privileges -
There Is dutv resting upon Its to tlke a tail have 1".1 cla I m. In* for vice admiral. That particular dm-hieit good The ontmanter Oen*.ral. could present them with. more creditable exact lu.lce ."

members of 1 select In r. In conjunctionwith fro"lnl out of the Clv I nr for I wise not paused, although then for all 1 practical purposes, approIsriati's record. Hut I have tried to stood : ou 'eoJe".rKP: anhonorable !
: has
the I'rcsldent, men to carve the I [ taken and destroyed. Under Its substantial I provisions were Incorporated the money Now every de- make It no that no man could point .Iem
liepubllc In high station There IH he'lw the .1..lm..nl must have been Into an Item which found Its partmeflt head In our country makes to It and say wall discreditable, C..er Jurisdictions fora

hut limit; hilt calls for "..r. Impartial I ? 'b United States during held the I I "KV' Into, on appropriation bill and wasagreed I his report to the Pnsldint of the i Ither to me or I to the state of .Jed..ral llt. of the Constitution
the ha\
Civil'ah courts
than thechoice 10.I United States. except onethe '
and N..r.-
deliberation lr'alm..nl. Federal t hat churches."lod..a. f rat,'rnul and aval of the Treasury direct to Ship I'nrehase Kill.Bo and for enforcing the provisionsof
of men to upon our or And administer i i t v*-ri benp'ol'nt woull 1 ... the Spiaker of the H."r"II.n- I
t'olrill. .hlnd.,1 I took t hPOM .' I r."orl'd from th ..on'mlt. andiqnductel lou..bllln for raising have h* en made to It to I Our of Iov..rnm.nl was not
1).m
I tatite5.Vhy ? -
justice and Interpret law s fairly dlaloynl .
throuKh the naval In the first placeIt .. *.
!t Ion was unfair to set up Ih. originate the untIe of have not r..r.rr..d a sudden polit. f 111
been I revenue
Impartially, It has a very great mIlitia bill which promise to I the Ship I'ur-
Is said that opposed down to us as
the rule that heri'tisore I come
take In th.eonhiri'ttnhiin .* I hl.1 prev..I'dor es It I. a principle we ;
pKanure t" me ::0n objtctlon of of considerable Importance to ournav lt.pr..ntuth. chas 'bill My answer In that thestitti'naflii. ment of the centuries I I "koye.tlf/
I .rp"-r these dleloyal 2reat Hrltaln that the
of a\'I.lyl"K\ I I had I would .
If
\ : In untrue rlKlnts we
I of ti'ndT .. , .* teopfe. nhouldhold I must valuable
fri flh from the .
fat nH" Honne
rat-n. I take Home t y/r. of foal R..It.Al I can rni- I .. I have
ashamed to so
that I was Instrumental In II. "I that they wen Incapable of I 1..ItI..Uoa the purse of the Nation not be ,"y"o and seem to I..IHI. tl.
havlnl .IrlnlI might well more
('hin K a decision tint IHHUOH a m,'mber of the < ommittee on dirntand that men dlt..r"holt bun gained a
upon
h"'h in this It han *'n m> on .
*
IH 'd
I 11".n I. ) in .. of .. .. I cbalr pOHllnn govcrnmI'nt own.r.h\p\ of than flftun cinturlesThe .
; nl.ilbtiis ii-iiveii th KT nt ci.nflhi-t hal \ At..lr. wait" pointe iinrt-'l I pout wan for the t of .
a man dl.ln"ul..he,1 an ntn I i v.ai'ls. I made up m mind to helJ tu th<' Ihi or>' that
1',nl urIIK<>. 1 II h..n man of sub-committee to invi-emi- On chant ) AI..I..nlf
and** I thi' H* ntlments I hli the ix un-ne compuiilin February2i
lK one
< and trndltlonn I of our people. y"I"H Hint I .*.. bill i I I had n ,tnt"..(1.l I but I gilt" coal rates to South Atlantic .1 1914. Senator uw"n off*'rid ananundment vot for It. b"-rain'e ofth .r."t.. i mm'rgency -. I the citizen d'rt..d his rlhl. from the

I i. .. i9 I ii:I. I. NM.'0* Wi. SV it I t 0 I it rnt ; I tithe bill ..r'lnl nenrlv two mlllol lions, Ar..r the situation wan de to the ..pproprl"lol bill which confronted 1 "u.I- Slate
doll I am. \\ paBHt d upon th<' vt'Iopeii. rlio pon. ('oal I of 80 '. due to the I.uro..n. w.r In this Hi'pubHr wi proci'i'd upon
of c"111t the
In the South Is (ttant we are a part .. that no I".rl'or > paxnmoiintlng ,
talc great Thai war nan I 1.001 of it w hi-hi I made) to t hi. Sn per ton h.HM than had theri. .. ( to |5B."(.rllwl.( for triinn- id In iii., lug I pinxlRtm, 1..r"or"I the rl\Hl thii) ... well AII".I bv Mr
I.- "- i'r ',-,H"I.lhlh'nrtx.nrH Tben' IH no ati.. anil I am 141i1l to know that i\\ taunt 1 wan .put into ('flirt \'lh the , iou' of fuuith" lann iiittti r. Into II. whlih Vxan nut In I, luikir "That Hod iirdaliud S1icietytom (
\ t tirgi-1 of It \\ t-nt to Ii.tl's. col coinpli-tloii of t tht. municipal at ..1.1. "al ollKjnallx ,cot to tb, outrun tirosithog man | lov-l-nnseiit fi.il' Smlt >
be to umIMIIX :
of fi of , paid an\ : :
evidence any -lintr 1"1""nl.,I IL 11"1 . ", rllr""d plx.iiiiHlxxIni ,,n.. Htnlillohi il Inoril
mint ,
1 Ihe .HOIIH .* i- I I 11 tien. and e hurrhi ii. .1..1.11, I IM ll, \e a furt, r d.- that cbarifid a I... to ix that izi *' ..hl'O.ld Hint I i'I..I iu C i
s* any
hel".n 1..1. t oal iiitou will obtain toall 111.. ,' ' or bitwi.n ,\""','I..n ports "'r to p I Inll\id"I.i I |
.1 h/ll the .11. of In at tie s,'nitttr ('onimlttee <>n PetiMlotiM.M . .tlnl |I..i MM i'om| an It n. I him t i"11. .to the M..I to mi to be i anil II irovi.mini..r.-
.I."u.! I tn bo Int ". w.I k t In 1 1i'ttshtila ommltti..* 1"I..rl,11 polnll lsi MI offlf. i> ili tin nt fir the 'ar- h,"i"linn' *' It Ine.r'Iltl mr\i Mol.IV. .
xx on i I part I .
iiit th* rtlBtlnKiilHhiil -
\ :il"-h..rl: :'ljII'I't"I: (|iin ;11*.r :of hits not Ix.,.ii II.I.I..r t a.rg-oni.t-( (It I 1'uMf Office. anil INmt ItnmlM i:ill.. of ;nialln: 1 iiiiidu; .1 Ct IM': ih: iiif.i , tu fitntinl. Its t xx n -hlpB 'rl-. pnwi-i, i nn / r"IH..II., UK rulid livtin
I mid not run I. Lion, n
ctnturIKO. itlvt-.iIi. lIt-, has ''t. nt h IH In. n 1 1 .I..tl 11 1 m'ioi-uil.i i t tiitI 4 ommltlreMII I \ "i of thin ami nilmi'nt. Si ( un I 1,1'. It i S blab It luid at nf MliiKli disuotlsm. man, or mini) .
inn a
<'ahru'i-
to thi' 1"lr. of Ci'nt'ral I I.*.e .iiiiI l 1< I am 01',1 i to |inpi' nsloiiH nt all I ). or Ih*' most I impoi' t"nt <-"mmll. 1.1.I s t.mill Ri'cord l>ire 4241 t 1. "I. built nil. fin' uiiiinirceI .rll.,1! bv. flxid ruli I H titidstasthietil
wall Jat'knon. and n f*.w 1.115' r Not' hHK\ ould liitoil, t )iii i' rol i tin. I iii N of thi, 5-lotte ii. I. Ciiintnltti.i, on I' .ro'.1 \pins; oxcttuli Ih.1. .. "I'ri-cl- iinhKIM. I.h..t lean
I oint trra.lusea." i'omp'nsat bui 1"1 i "1 ill h 1 11' in fa\-or of ,.n"I""H i ban* duitmi 1'oKt < )'II.i an '". .", I ...M I ( nod In.ul. I 01..1 tu uf .,r'h.'r. xvhhh. i did I I . thitnf
n0'1' \ itt < inn i ptlon
; wan withh*.III' r"1 t tt.-iii. I b*"<,ti ni. i Itor'IOUH, rii'ri i I. n nd, ri iiiit.. TtlilnU pin. d upon t hm' iiiinrt1jtti--) In I tht. I.>* In l'l\2\ tin ttius- liu 1",1..1. In thnniuiil I* nt upon I ninte'iTb' I \ It gr' ( Wil tninilti
; : :: :; I ,11)1 i it|, I %- thi' lilll tlx ' i tin fratin-rs of our
their lindirnhlp, of I the ..'Ih'n ainix, I it would I bi a gus c t-nnn, II I hardlvu t lining. of inprr\ )ii.. njnl haS e ill" 1'uHt OITIcppropilttion. bill hnl tli'ri-t.fore.: panm d In ol.llulol.
lint : Ih Staten prntmt
The. Seiinte. hiiH to
  • r gioii tuiilM ;1I In, Si ii- S it nasal v-"M'. anil thi'inHIliamati
    foreign reha.tI.nc. 1 MirliiR b..it h tht' 1 Mr out of t In. IIHI.1I., ... ..f P"'j t w ("i k I l'i-i h tpN be, I'OH toff Ice I 'it-pa rt' at'4 unimltfre held j: harlnun: nit cum** I.111 i, \'rml *the- l.ilwiin IIHI thin '"- I thi;; iitri-sts, 'In 'the of nil. to kl;: manaKniint -
    iilmliatritIneN< of 1"r, "" |i tit' '1ift nnd I II 1 1 for t ho HI' w I a "a.ln" nn-nt < oinoM into t.Ii..*.r 'nu"h with Ih.- to cuiuliinlon Hint it xvoilld t." 1 Ii. t- M* In 11 .. achTaki
    w'alh oiithmeilcnn pori affairs ,
    of the :
    l'r?sl'<1 e;nt t! >V;:I llHon.I I 11'lea; tw I \\i\\:a e In'en 11 I. b..hal f. tins bt i'n IIJI"1 in I i ,pt.opli' of t i lit- ('"u"lv I t hit IT un>' "ii h''r. ''j 11 lux ,itignti' the Hulije uf mails HOIIHC ins In,1"I'u.k out all aft.r the "nn.t-Th"1 a map" 'of I hn ,' ..' Ktatis nndexamine
    I negotlaatd in anfl.irt. nl iiatre ImI' or ui-auth. anil who are. on that ..d"I\"rlmltl of Ih. \ ernrni'nt Tli 11 Ihn'nl"hl., .fore enterIng tipun thiir and liiiilititiltiiJ t the ShipI'nrchnne I Cnnsliler the divers. inti'r'IttM. .
    It
    Inur i In""' .
    of joined In them heir labor HUH \alniibl, leulHlatlon at fed* ral \nd.
    in- expinnc
    And men ,1 partita ilipi-nili'nt upon\ t I lrl'I"n huh 1 which I thsiy could pass I Irinalb customs and habits of the pi o-
    \ for the ben<. of the whole There have been Home non-pn rtlsnnilutits lire .lle\. In I lie rtirhUonn1riKhti dr*'w / ..ro.I"lon. which ban hen crit i txxo hounen wart ..I"bll"'d. whUh I'lir-chane hill which | pie whitely centralised arovernment
    f which the H*-nate had to perform .oup.n.'... of th ii Ir count rye' c' klnt to sine .xl'nt. pro v Id In K that gathered much \nluabl data fhi the. Hennti In conference Ship without a vole A stroiiKly Into the details of the local
    d entering
    which have not hi'en of an agreeable or who believe In their country. "tM"1 wHpaperH must publlnh Ih. names of untie prnvVnion 9*','med to have b..n be other Hmall ohlectlonnfo life would have been
    ) na t u re. There w n H the
    : of the right of two senators to to lie ,stimulate by hatred fear The prox inlon wan opposed In the < iffloe I>: lt to '" for mx.oor course one or Iwn. which are so fHlur. little obedience and leserespect

    ..a I... Then tt had the unpl< asant ward or the hope thereof: thenllnt court-. but upheld: by the Supreme the tine IUt..malo' roads de I k 'is hot to rate(' to the low levi yield to novernnTent far removed.In .
    a
    f' dutv which It met manfully and re- nt the flrnt opportunity and ntay until I Court, of the United StatesI 11"'rlnl bill not .n..1 attained 'hv the campaign I which they have no voice and forwhl..h
    I'%. frardlesa of party alignment or affiliations the end ; they fight whl. the war ported tut of the Committee a nndhandlt any extensive Improvement It.l. i Ii feel. oorvcern. and
    ,.-. to Impeach a Judge of the Commerce and when It In ..)' .. In..I"1 !'d in the Senatis. the postal. .nav-' of roads Since then a numb i ..I- liar ler been attempted to make I they Ilt. yet a con

    Court thMr hnmeR tn .h"pp In th*> .*.. . .' logs bill' .n.r"IK, Inc limits or (ii.- ol similar I measures have been presented of. the postmaster rnanII"h.l: \ together' In loyalty to a
    pixi'ntment
    S v r'p ; : Foriiofdteniici such vetoed by the to AS part of I th"l
    The was
    TarI. Ponlts: fnnlr..I. .lh..r rise to the Importance authority which deals with
    Now. we come to Motile legislation these and for the den*'ndent famtlit '; '"' for the reason that a provision the Post bill or I, J..k.nnvil. but If I common In which the peopleof
    '
    hat has been enacted during thepemocratlc .H of such an lost their lives I In or In the Federal He..rv. Act re- ". Independent bllln Upon the completion an deintand the th. .am\ailn.I d --nnd V all all the sections matters have. a common Inter-
    1 administration The first on account of war I would make the '1"lrlnl al depolllorl.. to members of the work by the joint com will with me
    was the tariff bill A InrlfT made up amplest pro\'Iston. I would prefer tivi'r'ettnsate Ih. .rv, System was mlnnion.: of the two houses. I I Introduced think It J Is do-far they cry from agree great governmental ....t.In republic. people usually Ret
    that a
    any
    cannot be other han unJu..tA8 the bv the Postal Savings Bank Good Roads Bill and.
    I i of trades amount that r'.e a eurlnl to the particular Individual sort of administration of publ) (
    to the people'rl.J seems to he sufficient at ier than to underestimate A.I. Th. bill has been presented in the 1..1 year another House hil hi. qu..tnnlt handle the malls In affairs the they deserve. We are apt to
    k Tn* the met the It. JTam to pensions a slightly different shape, so as to provide been "aUtl.Io for a House Thin much of our rlRhta and
    too
    local pontofflceTurin
    0110"40 think
    .. requirements nlaci uiionIt upon any ojmer . It would for money to be deposited Inmember I year bill has been presented not at all of our duties
    little
    to .. of the tariff a revenue. h"U'r for the real ."Idl..r.. thos who trjwnks If one exists In the I and sent to the Senate Its ( Urn FrUt. too or duty to thegovernment.
    citizen owes a
    fouKht to have I"n.lon. granted upon town In which the post office In which I am In favor of good roads I do In some qiiartern there hits been an For the less than the duty

    , m.a.ure. Iacoe Tax. this hn.I... b..au... .. entitled tothem the deposit Is made, la located But not know of anything that would attempt to make political capital out . no to the cltlsenThe ,
    t. The Income tax Is a "just tax I not have to make common It none. exists there then. nonmemberbanks benefit Florida more than to be connected of the tact that I would not vote the government serious owes menace to our inatitutions -
    undertakes to make the wealth of cause with those not entitled to will be eligible to receive deposits up with goo l hlghwa It I against the tariff bill which reducedthe I most Indifference the neRlect -
    country bear Its Just proportion of the them More than one-half of the While I I assist will afford the. opportunity for peoplefrom duly on citrus fruits I was askcii Is the of of the people -

    Burden of taxation. While I urn not p..nltl.n..r. on the pension roll today in enacting II.a money all parts of the country butespecially a trade with the LouisianaSenatora the lack Inl.r.ltl., State and
    advocating U. and whie' believe that never .. In any .ar. The larger out of hiding. I to require for people from the Middle to vote for a proteetlv. tariff In our 10v..rnm..nl.
    theexemption r reasonable, part of m & widows postal lavln.. deposits to tve West to eom. to Florida And If we on sugar If they In turn would vote Federal In large republic -
    : made the community In have they come and for protective on citrus fruits_ The chief dan..r any
    yet a aujrKestlon during; and h.hlda.nor.cl notarenerally away I..rlf I .. which In turnmean
    consideration of the. Income tax pro- that we needno which they originate, for the reason become acquainted with our state and ThIs I I If I had doneIt. .nlr.l.m. its twin monster -

    vlaln that the exemption ought to b* legislation the enlistedman. : IJ : money out of the the .pp..lanlt. for d..veloplnl It It would I'eyOm"nt the defeat of of *communism.p.t..n.U.m. And there I. noway

    less and If a larger proportionof his widow or minor child. If the 1l/orri the postal sayings But ? n 'the tariff bUa. the cb.n. to avoid the danrer. unless our
    the of this country had to soldier Injury waa due to a cause . .. not only money hold of .dealt with.in a rompre.hensive one vote hav* been .ullcl..nt. Int.lllareat.
    only
    pay an tt tax there would be less that occurred during hla enU.tm..LAdditonl In hiding money out of the banks, way. It Is. to my mlne. rIdiculous I did not vote differently ) cIU.anlhl. b* not welt
    Vtemand upon Congress for contrlbu legislation I. only advocat because ordinary buslneaa prudence to expect to build main- other membe ft the Florida delegation & a* out of m
    b from the Federal treasury. Why of those who can show no would suggest that however It mightbe lain creditable I highway upon ao I suppose mistake I madewas from Rood comes It call plic

    ;I-.Thn.that a member of the Florida 1.1F Injury bahal. result. of military service. with a bank a deplt with the small an expenditure .from t.O.OOO In being frank and telling the ..mpl.n., because people to their public ..-
    *
    home and to Government la aafa. If we holdOut to 1100.000 of annual people I wouldnot do ao The reduction -
    ,.. ure com*. back I am oppd to granting pension .ppropraUon. and appeals to them to
    n" appropriation bills he ha. help. I such this Inducement to depositors In There are eountlea In lbs tariff on citrus fruits ties of tho :

    C .0 And why la It that mem- ca. Naval AW.ls.T postal savings bank. and allow tie ing more than that upon roada. Last has not Injured. that Industry. The thatindependence that have made .aDa.
    bars- "dI .. often com back I w'aa placed upon the Committee. on money to be In the banks year bonds war Issued aggregatingbetween .lowest. price obtl.e last wlnt.r.wh..n action and made their t.
    home and boast 0-0 the appropriationbills Naval Alalr.when I entered tha Ben- that then the poetal saving systemitself. six and eight million dollars.I there. w. because popl., the R.p..ble wli
    ta>.y Why I. It you I .te.\ third upon It. Plor- Instead of aiding the banks In bay. thought that th* plan of using of the war. Cnaa of oar_. faaU. .rt.t Iay...

    _1" your .uppo..tee'&I.lalor for his ..cpuC I b two ports that have not r.1 ., the community where the money U the superior credit of the Fe..rl. gov admit orange 1.d yet I ever .. ve.,


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    rhe Kissimmee- --- 'Gazette More and, better roads bring .in more and better and made to comply, with certain sanitary stand : : .... ... . ...-

    , Valley settlers from a financial standpoint. This is not a ards required by the State Board of Health'. KISSIMMEE;
    0 statement unsupported by facts. Ask any of the There is a law also a state enactment which re- SAID I ABOUT .

    yr ........... Kvrrr .Mild.). ., the original tax payers' a lessened tax' I levy. So quires the screening with wire netting (cloth nettingi NTyj'lI
    .,.,.. .. Valley c....... U.lldle.. .. KU"." 1"1.. that by the time the ten or fifteen years 'required i won't answer the'requirements of this l law) ,of all! AND OSCEOLA CO
    under the direct taxation I built the roadshave ,
    plan to food fruit and vegetables offered or exposed for "
    ti W..... '' 'RRII AND I4. OAVANS' AOIMKW, .O>*..>.. I I, . "I..A.I . .. ... . ....;. .. ..... ....
    L ?. ?. --.juir ..* elapsed the county should be so well settled sale in any public place in the state. C'e' ..o..oH O' '19. 'W"V'\nn. "... "' ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
    NAUOl.1C1 MBK that the cost in taxes will have dwindled until the I These laws presuppose the existence of flies and has arrant a most at.- ceive letters and offers that indicate "

    a aaberl.f.. nale.s original.taxpayers who voted the; bond issue will i they make no provision for their extinction' or to proj'ram'for.. the editors.- that sonveone. is almost giving their Y
    On* Copy. One Year ......-?...-.-._ .,."-"_..__"ft,JO be paying only'a very. small proportion of,the, taxes. i prevent their unrestricted breeding. But or two ,
    On. COPT, I Six" Month .... ......N.i-.____ 1.00 one Tribune. space In order to. get more *
    -- away
    *n. Copy Three Month ..,-........-...--?... .7f;, We believe7 if all of the advantages thus to Florida cities have'eriactments which- attack tleinsed. : business which should not be tolerated '.
    accrue from ''a road system could be totalecLup in in 'i'" breeding'places, and the effectivenessof a few days ill l ,the'' Florida ed- if there is any, way to pr .
    All communication, except, from our' aulhorlaedorreapondenla coldfigures: that even Ihe' total cost of the roads these laws has been proven. meet at Kissimmee. We hope fact
    writer.RIct. and though acknowledging the
    be the :
    must signed by
    ..d matter will nol be returned unless called under the bond plan would be less to the present It is too much to anticipate the entire eradicationof has something left over from that a paper must have .some business !'
    for, taxpayers' than it would under the direct taxation the pelt but it may be' lessened in every com Tampa Rotary reakfast.--Ja' to Iteep it going, yet, w. had

    '(Kn<*.>..<) In- the Pottofflc In Kllmm., Florida, plan. munity. The uncovered' manure heaps of the stable Metropolis. rather risli getting support sons
    as Moond-cla** mat.r.t The trouble i i. that we (have not studied the "busi are prolific in the production of the fly, In ism king great prep other way or even going to the exten i\ '
    ness getting"systems of the commercial world and comparison, the open garbage can i is innocence it ot
    meeting down than to let
    for the annual of closing our apace
    FRIDAY, "MARCH 31. 1916. are not as ready in applying them county affairs self. Municipal. authority bas the power to requite
    Florida Press Association in that out at a less than standard or par .
    --- as"we should be.' that all stable owners livery or' private- place '
    any 14 15. All In consequently i
    i 13 and value price we
    j -April sI9*
    on
    Summing up. then the fact remains that the where horses mules cattle kept shall keep
    Almost" forgot it. or are record attend- that the editors *vlll be able to together
    to a g
    immediate yearly cost of the bond issue plan i ii stable manure under and point
    refuse
    ,
    flyproof cover
    .- i Record. and give this k '
    Augustine thprough
    than the direct /Itaxation plan; figured on a bUli les"l that in removing it the same'precautions shall t be) -- News. .,
    --00- ; Ithrashingout.Trilby
    But we've remembered in time. I
    basis 'there is every reason to believe that the observed. This prevents the; escape of the fly from newspaper; are. to 'have a .........
    -: :- bringing in of new settlers and !the development of I hii'place-and vastly lessens the menace. That' is is. time jiKlssimmec April 13 U> .' that the annual
    We refer to the bulkhead proposition.Lake the county 'will to reduce the individual taxationto a'practical and efTefcti've 'precaution has ,been' prov- I, The News acknowledges an' in: !"It of is the-likely State Press Association meet- .
    ing at
    the original taxpayer under the bond plan that ed those where and 'to ;
    : ; by experience places municipal to he present, hopes next month 'wIll be
    Tohopekaligrt.itwill our greatest asset if we counties which have bonded and built.\ good roads: [ authority has been brave :enough ,to defy:'opposition.An to attend. Quito -an interest- Kissimmee attended than other more
    but use it. if'they have not profited immensely from their i in-- atemplwa. made Jacksonville Keen arranged, and largely recent
    .- Q \ a year! or I : program, bus conventions" declares the1 Tampa
    'I ves.tmet1t. More settlers mean more developed more residents of Florida's that there arc
    ? j ago to pfote'cj' the > es without saying "Hccausfe Kissimmee is
    The latest organization in;;sport; circles in known lands from which more taxes can be levi <#;'and to largest cily from its stables. To install and enforce i .to have A swell time.-Crystal. Tribune. welllo'att't
    for the and 'offers
    as the, Florida Trapshoolers Ass ciation. Some of before the time required lo build the. roads by a the'operation of 'Ihe' neceiisary'devic s. ''would cost '}.;'ows. attractive purpose :" an
    these days linotype operator is going to hit the direct taxation plan has.elapsed his part of.the taxes .real money. Strong opposition, was developed -.;.- unusually that there program. The
    "C" key in place of the "T"and then there'll be 1 for the total coat-principal and interest/ =-.will 'be among those whose'money-would! have to be spent, I' Kissimmee Valley;; ISazctte; tells Tribune tells of are'several
    trouble. I even less than by the direct taxation plan -for the and'the proposed law died "aborninV the first meeting .of the Florida features in the that.way amusement .-.
    and diversion will appeal to the
    : total cost. -Possibly other Florida cities have had similar ,!, Association., recently
    Mayor May urges the citizens to clean the city I Think it over and, let's vote like modern businessmen. experiences with the selfishness of individuals and In Jacksonville, will be held in busy editors und predicts session a very successful
    and interesting of
    for the Slate Press Association meeting. Not only the cowardice of the authorities. The fact remains May 4 and 5. Several the r
    does he ask the people to put the city in first "class Let's increase the producing capacity of our that public sentiment Jacksonville was not arous- clubs had representatives pres association. That there are a number
    of matters to be
    condition but he urges hat( everybody take part plant-the county. ed against either and the fly was granted the free- when t.heI.ate/ organization was important considered
    in showing the visitors that the entire city welcomes Let's make the increased income of our plant dom of the city, to multiply and claim new victims and it is expected that there is. 'argued, which is another :
    them. Let's all join in doing just what he asks pay for the improvements needed to secure that from the human population.This be a hundred. or more of enthus- reason for a large attendance. A
    us to do. selfsame item. matter of the responsibility of municipaland trapshooters present for the great deal can be accomplished by ,,
    -: :- state authority with respect to public health, meeting. Trap shooting is.ex these gatherings and it is probably..
    MISTAKEN NOTIONS' ABOUT BONDS PENSACOLA JOURNAL FOR BRYAN i i. but little realized' appreciated in Florida. Already sport and has many devotees. that the time appointed is more con- >
    venient for of the publishersthan
    --- :- -:- a number of strong laws for the sanitary pro will undertake to make many
    occasions and this will
    previous
    Some of our good friends who do not agree withus The Pensacela Journal, one of the most influential tection of the people are enrolled on the statute first annual meeting of the new
    add to the numbers appearing in KiaKimme i
    on the matter of a bond issue for good roads are newspapers of Florida, comes out strongly for books of the state and of some cities. They are pleasant.-Florida Times-
    in ApriJ.-Florida Timej-
    laboring under a misapprehension according to Senator N. P. Bryan in the following editorial : as important as those enactments that punish murderers Union :
    their views as expressed in letters published<<; this "Florida should return Senator Nathan P. Bryanto for they are intended to'conserve human view of the--c--coming convention --c-- i
    week. the Senate of the United States. Not to do so life. The public official who failed of his most the Florida Press Association Again\ (Osceola county has !taken ;
    In the first place they state that the present hard- would be a mistake upon the part of the Progressive strenuous effort! to apprehend and punish the murderer will be t held ut Kissimmee over a thousand subscriptions of its

    surfaced' road fund tax levy of seven' mills will still Democracy of the state which he has so creditably would be censured, perhaps be removed from IS: to Ifi, Secretary. George; E. two county papers to dist..ibuk'thro .
    ( force if the bonds voted and during the last his place but blames him when he neglects ,, ,
    >e in even are taxes represented six years. no one j\ of the Jacksonville hollt the United States and
    are provided for the .payment of Interest and prin- "Senator Bryan has redeemed his every platform the enforcement of those laws that protect the private of (Commerce, is. in I leceipl chnm-I Canada We have talked with some
    cipal. I pledge and today stands among the senate leaders, citizen from typhoid or other highly fatal' ,' from. Joseph, IJichard- of the I lK--t business men of St. I.ucie
    How they are so certain of thus( we do not know. recognized as a man of rare ability and judgment diseases. rhuirman of thr. Southeastern i county and they are unqualifiedly in
    Our contention is that with the bond money 11I1| and one who has few peers in this the greatest From this season of the year the fly begins to I "I' Association., who states favor/ i It f 'Mit-h a glove on the part of
    hand there will be no need for the hard-surfaced I law-making body of the United States That his breed with increasing rapidity. As a result disease his office is now at woik upon 1 0111 fonimis-ioiicrs." There is no di--
    road fund and thai the bond fund will, lake its alulill is recognized in Washington is proven conclusively also begins its annual increase. Your city councilcan compilation of a tit!riff of l>iite 'as to the best medium of a<1-
    place. | by the fact that he has been assigned to stop it. i rates for I; the benefit) of those rc-I! Virti.str.g.: it is the ltH'al'ountry.new-
    Our opponents seem to believe that the county I some of the most important of the senate committees What are YOU going to do about it >. ] care to attend the meeting. I p-tper-' appearing regularly, either
    '_ commissioners will assess this fund even when there I and today he is next to the ranking member ; ,'. Leonard ha- had the matter 'daily. III' weekly giving the news .of
    is no need for it. Do they assess any levy for any : on the naval affairs committee. I NEWSPAPER IS TOWN'S WEATHERVANEA I for. some lime with the railroad its locality and writeups, on variouspha.vs
    fund that is not needed under. present conditions ? !I "There is a long established precedent that any .' - '. and I is now assured of suc I of I the progress! of their sections.
    We do not believe' that they do. We believe that i public servant should be accorded a second term in I j reader has handed us the following editorial It..is expected tho-coming eon-I I .. The 'people that get these papers -
    they are men of integrity of business judgment and | office where he has served his constituents well and clipped from one of the papers he reads with the ) will, be largely attended by away from here believe the.,
    large taxpayers( themselves who do not desire to faithfully. No one can truthfully say that Senator I suggestion that it ought to be printed here. We J I i-rvvspapor< men and those in allied and 1 t they have leason tjo, because l'
    increase the burden of taxation unless absolutely Bryan has not done this, but besides this precedent agree with him and here it is-: j I'r' ".-, Ju< hsoll\'lllc; Metropolis. I there ,aiv many people where the paper ;1
    necessary. If they were men who had an utter Florida owes it to herself to return this distinguished "Show me some copies of the paper published in i I is published' that would not uphold t
    lack of business ability, if they were men who spent citizen lo the serrate your town acid I will tell you some facts about it e Press Association, to 1>e hold, at I any false statements for any "',
    the county funds with the recklessness of a drunken "Senator Bryan has given loyal support to President and your people." from April 13th to 15lh local paper to attempt to publish
    sailor we believe that the intelligent conscientiousvoters I' Wilson" in the latter's every movement for the The man who said that was an active businessman. should l be attended by <<,v- them. St. I.ucie county bus been "

    and taxpayers of Osceola county would arise betterment of conditions among the masses of peo- who was considering an expensive proposition. editor. in the state and the one built up by its newspapers. and/ the ;+
    in a body and replace them 'in office with men who ple. He has been among the foremost advocatesof The information he wanted was all in issuesof 3 of the meeting that is to be wider the circulation of theso papers l f
    would h4ndle the affairs of the county judiciouslyand those principles for which the Democracy of a weekly newspaper.He ." the regulation of advertis- the greater and faster will be the future ;
    economically. Florida has fought for years. It was largely wanted to know about the stocks of goods rates most certainly needs atten- settlement and growth of the- y
    For these reasons we believe that our friends who through his efforts in the senate as well as one the carried by the merchants, to judge of their business for, from time to time we re- 'ounty.-Okeechobeo Call \1
    oppose .us are starting their "arguments with a mistaken committee on postoffices that the people today are capacity by the- style and amount of advertisingthey --. .>.
    .premise. We still contend that after' the enjoying the parcel post system: He has opposed employed-the paper,, would show him- .. .. . .. .. . .i..i..i.. . .. .

    first yearr- the tax levy for 'retirerpenltofbonds; ands those interests which have :'sought to prevent the He wanted to know something on the''social
    s interest; on the' $250.000 'bond''ISsue wlll]| lbellesa i ?.1 peoplerenjoyingithose> privileges- which"-they) are activities> the, town*, which the, paper. '\.,would .show: Letters from Our Readers !I
    : than for the present hardsurface'road fund, as rightfully entitled and his usefulness to'' the peopleof him.Ire " '; ' .l

    shown by the table published last week. the country and to Florida is being felt at every ''I wanted to know something about the pursuitsof :

    k Another one of. our correspondents produces a fireside. I the people in the town and the condition of the . '. ..'T.,. n.n..__.._, > . . ..
    (, table of his own to show that the bond issue will "Senator Bryan should have been returned to the surrounding country. The paper would show him. ,, Till HOM:" I ISSl'KKissimmee I your next election will soon be drawing
    be more expensive in the long t tun. I HIS own table senate without opposition. There is every reason I He would scan those papers carefully and would ] Fla., March 27, 1916. l near( the same idea might well
    r shows that for any specific year it is cheaper than I wliy lie hould be renomm ted and none. why he be able to give the information as he had stated. | the Ki -immee: Vjflb-y (;laxett-, be Kept in mind. I pass it along. (
    the direct taxation plan but he figure!': ; up the total vliould not." He would judge the business prospects from the v.I I "KfTiciein-y", is the word of t.. i
    Y amount of principal and interest, paid in tlie lul.. advertising columns of prospective selling possibilities I not,. in' your vaiinus' i i iues of hour, and any ofTi,'. > to reach it1ma\ ,f
    } period of. twenty-five( years and says (lint) il'i-: s i too large to saddle upon (lie l.i'pavei-" ol the intelligence' of the people l by the reading matter t.. I tin-). l.v: pdtuig| 1 public; l
    i county.. I 1 lleic'n! good; one term the, Stale Board or[ the paper give it', readers, and whether tlicv were I (d I /'J'I, I i i'I'''';'''1' III leff.iid fllhel bj natuie. m tiaining.! 01 !I.ot.! i
    1C'c: hale -el against tins aimmimltli.- lout I iI."I' I IK-.lilt.I <> I.iogresstsC!': and alert or an caw, going and com tl h> 'in |jI. I ,,,l i ,tie, the ("> ,..th'd, ilie- of that' particulat o
    tic !benefit-1 ..Cllll.i limn an iidctju.Me ,\-lcn. "t Igood l He.id I il,I"' It'- vorlli youi! lime and attention. J p.Ti.Uively, inactive orl. !, ( I..i, ''. "i- v I h, t.. I 6., held o-i, Cue, Tin.ifue\ : ,. needs Hint num.Wlnilnr .
    In.1J>, )built and in u-c at once will mo: c than ,11\1'' .pooi we ha-.e such;, us always also typhoid Ynm }fSyiei' tills the Mniv I fully. to the arli\e. t I 1 I. II--) \i ', !I'''i-, | :. f? :x'-IUMI, i. , , or l10t t the man n -('!l.' II">
    o.l-cl llic dd lI'OIl.r, \\licu that aH ', business wlio), limn : ; s' ',. ' ,: hi.. ,' ,
    < co-I.! ( <-)1'1"1.1) (.; .-, t -e.ant man neveraw tour )atI w I rvI ; oi.| i I.itally'; n "relevant.1'iiblii .
    dition.il cuM vpieid o I.- twenty-li\e, yearn m.ikc.,i OiM'n/"l( I soc 'ety and individual effort lIe: do"lieve c'I i its people.If I :at i'; pi i i .0; ! .en ;11"111" )". .'fl.,., are in no pi",- e
    i tic, ,immediate burden of taxation li, litcr. I lo\\ 'u.eel' lo :. the ie-'ull I ol povcitv. Outside oi the town merr-hanl) me not all represented 1 in 'n<": .. eleenio'ynaiy' 'instilulion.H, -
    manv ol ,the. t.i l i\pavei" \\lio unu'd' "p .v the luecl health;' ,<)1.1\ 1, ...lId, anllioiilics' : no attention! i is gi\ ent' 'it. columns would quell! "I title bujine y'' 'taxation )fl Itt. l fOI in 1l N built a I less mile- a \ c.nal |t'i> 11.(' :- (' \1'11'1011' of typhoid until.! ,it I become praccriikniic knock for the town. If the local columhs showed ac.ncity 1 v, i . .. |nv opinion 'it-, ,, , tl.at: they( may 1'1"110 utilizedI.11KYV'O)11 iI |
    a lugliei tale of lavaliun' will. l I" li/ and of and lithe of the social Isle. if would! \\ ,- :
    > l mv{ )paying shdly, and ,then: it becomes a question| news I : I : ) '
    the full amount' ol money rc<|iuirJ! in the full al Iv.iu- '|iUit ky! and how widely! society can separate ''ellin' !glaring,: letters "Nothing:' ; doing" If ll.rrewas I '","..to.< tH.t::. I ' i :a il} le, app il I lo --- ---
    w twemvlivecar'; J 5onie, of/ course. but, not in.inv.. it'ell) from infection: a lack of high class, up.to elate reading, matter ,, (gas pay1 i f i ti. 1"I.d| that Jon i'in);:: HUM:" ) ISSlE'j;
    8 Hut if rh"v'.n| under the, !bond. plan lest\ money in 1 \ thin| ,.l feier can be prevented that has been )I on tke! livest topics of the lime what would it spell :s tall Ic .r( ''ii'urt-". whi.-h semi' Ki-sinmiee. Kla.March' ) 27, ID'Kditor ':.
    a taxe during the years that they do h\e and gel p"H..d." It can l"e wiped out and one medical au- ,, for him ;? ,'ht -.? f.n-1 :'', f this|,, t.:", |lout,,,t they|, dll|, : Valley (;I\I."ttt', Kissimmee
    the benefit of mote roads immediately haven't ),I llio sty has piedicled, that by 1930 it will be a rare ,, The. investigation would end and the to\'o would KO far i n'o.ti>- h. Dear Sir : I have studied the pn --
    they profited hy l the bond plan r > V'c( believe that :' disease. Tins enthusiast, however liars been dreaming be passed over as not worth considering. | .'-ems to in,, t that I theie should be ent bond i issue question from. every
    they have, but tins is not the only benefit that comes thai by that far-away year society meaning | So then the weekly paper is for 52 times a year ( to the fiiriin- you give the angle, and standpoint of view. I |ia'.e
    (i
    through having! tl'e roads built immediately at a I i the men. women and authorities of the stale or nation showing the people who do not reside in the town of, ?_, !,<; l lil j ;,;, the present also given much thought and studv
    J less immediate, cost. [, will have become aroused to the fact that just how to jude if it is a business and social.cen- tax which I the law now provides to th.- question of special taxation for j
    We cannot believe that men who have lived in j r the disease can be prevented to the enormous ter. You can help your town and its merchants'' which added I.(, the interest on the hard surface .road building and I comeback
    a commercial age and directed b
    11, can be entirely wrong! in their plan of j I' of permitting it to ravage the community. publish a real up to date newspaper. of $:W.r.,1Ur; for the t first year, that first last and all the time
    business. When a big railroad big 'I' II from. a tax levy to for special taxation is M
    company a There are two ways at least of avoiding the : :-- provide the best, the safe.tBl'ld
    manufacturing institution or a big mercantile establishment -|! disease. Vaccination with the anti-typhoid serum PRIMARY ELECTION DATES AND fund. the least expensive.Now .
    wishes lo extend the range of its has wiped it out in the United States army and INFORMATIONBelow assuming that you do not Mr. Editor) I have read all
    when it wants to get more business and acttvities.j)'navy, and its efficiency has been established in --- :- to mislead the voter' but give your editorials on the bond puestion
    buying its comuodity, it decides upon an thousands of individual cases. are given the dates on which the state n square deal and show him and you bring out really but one pointin
    ;, ment of its plant. Does this big railroad company'or The second way, which is of prime importance primary of June 6th hinges. They are of importance hemighl run up' against, I will favor of bonds and that is we get j
    business enterprise wait for the proceeds of its' is by preventing its occurrence. Typhoid is spread to every candidate and voter and should be you to give; this letter publication the roads quicker. We grant that. I
    present business to pay for the improvement-in its by the transference of the disease germs. Theseare I remembered : .. week's I issue" and not\, dump You say it will be cheaper, but will I Iit
    producing plant ? It does not. It floats a bond carried by flies from excreta of the patient to State and county registration books in precincts the: waste 1 basket. ? We will sec later by your own ,1
    issue and gets the improvement needed and then I the food that is eaten uncooked or to the food close April 3. i is nllright to try to keep up with t figures. You used last week a table 4,1
    4'' pays for the improvement with the increased income ready cooked and the disease is started anew. ai-I State and county registration books at registra- I Jones's, but some times it leads of figures to prove your contention *Tm

    .' /fly'is a filthy thing. It feasts on what would turna tion officer's office close May I. which I take for granted are. true and "j
    c Just so .,i'h a county, is our contention. If we buzzard to other pastures, and so it becomes a State and county poll taxes must be paid not for good results, !tax payer yet when you take them and add to
    r wait to bu-Jd the roads the greatest developing influence duty to stop the breeding of the fly to the largest later than May, 13. bulkhead the lake. them the special tax you will find '
    s known to the present day, and thus trail possible extent; to keep it absolutely isolated from Candidates for county offices must file state Your friend, that our. road building for the next '"'
    behind our competitors, the other counties in Florida infection and from< food. Both are necessary as ment and pay filing fee by May 17. S. IX BAILEY. 25 years will be a costly proposition. U
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    we lose the business we are seeking just as precautions and as preventives. Candidates for state office must file statement TOUA Y'S Oh, but you say we will be relieved of
    the big railroad or mercantile establishment would There is a law on Florida's statute books which and pay filing fee by May 6. Candidates mutt file Valley Gazette:_ DEMAND the special road tax. How and bY' |
    + do. if it were to adopt a similar plan. We must requires the screening of the earth closets of all expense accounts : my home town the effort. whom? And if we ahould be, whyJUv
    make the increased business pay for the improve- public schools. This law enforced would accomplish First between May 25 and May 12. recently before was These are questions I would like l J
    ment instead of taking the cost of the enlarged tnuch. especially in rural communities. An- Second between May 25 and May 29. I the adage that an election"the to you to answer. As I see .jt i iff.,T !

    Iw-I plant from our present earnings at a greater an- other statute provides that all earth closets within Final between June 6 and June 16., Primary seek the man, not the office costing us nothing extra to levyrwPT.jB;

    real cost. incorporated cities and town be similarly screened election June 6. I ," and it occurs to me man that the as Vect and spend the special road mon jj;

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    FMDAY, MACH ST

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    tr ps horse' near Bloomlngton, In
    Mr. and Mr*. Clyde Davis entertained Ridenour of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. CHICAGO. .e

    St. Cloud Mr. and Mrs. Wm| Galley and A. N. FaUlt, of'Dundee; Mrs. John D. aUAIAI1,

    I Department Mr J. E. Dilssver Sunday.Mr. Clark and Miss Jessie F. Lovell, ofW4verly Southland

    V ___________________ and Mrs. C. C. Harvey are ; Mesdames O.' E. Haggard The .
    4 : entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Wilie, of and Jamea,Van Dlzer of'Terre Haute, '
    i NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "'WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN Ind.; Misses Leah and 'Gladys Craig
    Bloomington, Ind': They 'are spending )
    : SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT' the winter at Lake' Helen, of Winter Haven; Mesdames Cheney, New AIISteel; Train
    "< 1 Tom Stone Dahm, Thos. E: Sample, "
    'to
    Mrs. Tichchor' has north }
    gone Misses Dahm, Either Angle, Leah round to Chicago
    'Ind. year
    Woodbeck entertained fifteen 'men who tunneled their her home in Indianapolis, aftera '
    Mrs. J, D. way ,Randall, Helen\ Cook, Lee Sample,
    ;! the,/ O() club' on Wednesday afternoon.,. visit' with her 'parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Langston, Haines 'City. 13 From Jacksonville via.
    feat.Edith
    .
    Mrs. Wm, Ge 1ey; Sho was called
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    'had of
    L. 'M Whidden, of Kissimmee., was Harrod charge the In the'eveningan informal dance was
    St.. Cloud caller'on ; social hour: and the following back' on' account of the illness of her '
    Monday
    gave
    .' a 1111 J held, attended by'many of the above Cincinnati with Service -
    Potter who has been excellent husband, who I Is a banker. _, The ,
    hire spending program: l and Messrs. Goodman of Lake' Air ; .
    ,
    the winter at the New St. Song, Juanita,.,by Ladies' Quar The Lake1 Hamilton Board of Trade fred John Linon and Gene Hummer Louisville

    ,t i 4t\ hotel, left Thursday for her home' in :tette. has,now.,forty members and at the of Dundee; Louis Angle Sulas Street Dixie ,

    ,, '- Massachusetts.. .. I Recitation-Willie Garner; she re. present ratAt of increase should han Joe Miller Lester Tucker Will Myersof and Cleveland Indianapolis -

    .DeWitt Brown, of KIt!
    i: _)ln -oUr city on Tuesday.. Miss Matti-9 Wilson! sang two contralto Dr. TEarle/ Douglass of Pittsbiirg, -- the DixieLimited 'r? and

    J. L.. .Overstreet, of }Kissimmee, WitS numbers which pleased her audience Pa., a noted lecturer writer and trav- IN LIVESTOCK; ..

    t.11 Yet. Cloud visitor on Tuesday. .1 immensely.; '| eler, who was here recently, will giveone PRODUCTION GROWING for : \

    Mrs. Roy E. Low and father, Mr. Goldie Groves recited nioelyv "The 'of his popular lectures here next Grand Rapids.

    ; Dellaven: left on Wednesday morn I Dying Hobo and the Wonder City." month.and the proceeds will be used Every mail brings inquiries to the Chicago; The }' Solid train to Chicago and Cincin

    ing for Ohio _. I Little Mildred Angel gave two for a building fund for a public puild- University of Florida Experiment \ rl.tiviaAtlantaaadllnosvWbwlt3:

    # Mr.: and Mrs. Barber and daughter, splendid recitationsA ing here. Station and College of Agriculture Dixie Limited I t through *l..per* for Louisville,
    >'. : male quartette composed of .More' clay has been spread on the',concerning livestock production In IwiianapoU*.Cleveland tined
    who have been spending some time Comtades Lynch Cool Deputy and north road, connecting with. that puton I Florida. These come from New. York, and St. Louis a Rapids Leave Jackaonvtn
    here- left Monday for Pensacola.M. .
    :i r on. Burch, sang "The Boys of '61." by J. T. Miller on the hill near New Jersey, Pennsylvania' and other c .;20 P.M.

    F. Barber left (Thursday morn- Nina Carey recited twice in a very the Baker place east of Lake Ham eastern states. But the great cattle Express to St. / /ill.it..lelectric...

    ing to spend a few;" days at 'Tampa. pleasing .manner. ilton. This makes several mile of sections: of the west are also becoming a' train;drawing-room comt -

    Mr. and Mrs. Holgate left Mon- "Scotland's. ning" was sung by clay on that road to'the east of Lake interested in Florida livestock Louis; Three Trains rtin< >t and eotnfortabt ob* rvstiosileeper
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    day for near Peoria, III. Ladies' Quartette. Hamilton. production Inquiries from Missouri! from Jackson- coach**.; AllnallaTh

    ?': Rev. George H. Northrup and wife C. E. S. Cooper recited twice.J. The Lake Hamilton Minatrels gavea Nebraska, Montana, Texas are com Dally, L.bN.diai.gan.yllis .

    \Z S. W. Rode, wife and two daughters N. Burch sang "We Drank from very good entertainment at Haines ing in. to New Orleans ,\ Southland -
    motored over to Fruitland Park in the Same Canteen." City Tuesday. evening, repeatingthe : tler.bothdepobb

    Lake county visiting Mr. andr.Mrs. Reading by J. H. DeGraw. I entertainment given here on St. Pat- Ditto Umltm I* ftr*how*the fastest ,% Atlanta; lends

    Jacob Manner on Monday, returningon The Star Spangled Banner was rich's eve. Later on this troupe may train from JacksoovWs to St.Louis. All t 1 pa.etgatdthersteel.

    Wednesday evening. sung as a closing number. go to other nearby points having invitations The only on-nlght-out through p at Penmylva
    Adjourned to meet Saturday April to go to Winter Haven, service from Jacksonville to Chicago and ) nkor Grand
    On the 15th of March about thirtyof
    1st. Lake Wales and Lake Alfred. iSEEDS ) St. Louis Season,January lath-April. f CentratStatloa
    .
    the friends and neighbors of Mrs.Marie In
    Wm: Mitchell has returned to his Leaves 9:33 A. M.
    : Moore gave her a surprise on tea
    OOOOOO.O OOOOOO home in Bloomington, Ind. While he Dixie Flyer 1 1.famous all-the-yar all-steel train 'y
    her birthday. All took well-filled a salt.Nashville .
    I I 4 was here he surveyed the canal con to Chicago. Runs through Atlanta,Chattanooga
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    baskets and all had a pleasant time a LAKE HAMILTON a r and Evansville. Leave 8:30 P. M. 11paj'St.LeulsEspreehdailytheyear
    necting Lakes Sara and Hamilton We carry all the
    together. POLK COUNTY ? leading and standard *
    round. Through
    and figured the amount of excavationthat
    varlottos that
    Mlsse Fleda and Lottie Doolittleand o a
    will be to that have been tested steel train touching Montgomery. Birmingham
    put
    Evadna Harris, Messrs. Roy Van OOOOOO OOO necessary i and known to. badapted .. Nashville and Bvansvllle. Leave 8:20 P. M. . \ .
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    canal to the required depth to conform .e to our
    A real estate deal that means a ,
    Mosher and Harry
    Wnberg, Floyd noil and climate.We .
    'Todd motored to Brick Lake on Sun- great deal to the future of this town to the specifications of the e.a BOW ...keIrmedlate Pol1 Schedule.Reservation, etc.. address o > ,
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    was closed last wek. By it Mr. Wm. Twenty Lakes Boat Course Club. lie I of all klprne.t the-
    tlay. H. G. Bretney FUrirfa Pass. A.eit ;op ,
    the canal of seasonable
    Mr. and Mrs. W. -I. Barber, of Kis- Stillwell of Colorado Springs Colo., found present approxi- seedHKKII crop
    a capitalist becomes the owner of !the mately sufficient width. Mr. Mitch-
    simmec spent several days this week I'OTATORHHpaldlnira 134 W. Bay StreetJacksonville .
    St. Cloud. hotel here, and eight acres of young ell laid out the original survey for No. 4 .
    in
    !>fr. and Mrs.. Harper and daughter I grove surrounding it, and of all the the canal. Woe III..-Triumph.I'KAMJTS";.rl7 fled. I 11191!! Fla.I
    been spending unsold lots here, to the number of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dye have re- I
    who have
    spme IIK.I, : LV. 8.20 P. M. HF <
    I t" rned to Lineville, Iowa, for the '
    time here left Thursday morning fortheir about one hundred and fifty, buying 1100. 1 NOHTH
    III. this real estate from the W. J. How- sum her. 'AI\CHI" HFJACKSONVILLE ',
    home at Assumption, and the Small
    Mr. and Mrs.: J. C. Kessler who I ey Land Co., of Chicago, 111. The This is the last week of school here. I Crop.Spanish Two ( t
    consideration runs upwards of $30- Miss Ethel Ridenour returned to' I \
    have been stopping at the Arrow- i I -
    smith house, left for their home in 000. W. J. Howey, however, reserves her home in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday I !Seed Rprgum' Torn.n"cK/H'Mlllelt. C. Bryan, Pres. A. H, Bryan Vice Pro. i. I. Barber, Sec'yl""sees.

    111. this week. a choice building site between lakesLee after spending some weeks here I weed Natal (lraaa, 4,
    Whoaton, .
    I' It h o l l e B Ornnn.rhiifas. .
    Rull Bass and Jirri Miller of Kishimniee I and Sara in the west part of the looking after her young grove, of Cow*>aii.KatTIr .
    about sixty acres east of Lake Ham Corn. Velvet -
    were St. Cloud visitors on townsite, in full view of Lake Hamilton Hcann. Upland

    Sunday. I I where he plans to build, his per- ilton. and .Lowland SeedUlci

    Holmes Prather, of Kissimmee manent home,__after he has completed I Saturday afternoon at the home of
    spent Tuesday in St. Cloudr I his present I land; operations in Lake Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown a showerwas TOMATO PLANTS

    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welborn ''I county at the town named after him, given to Miss Violet Pinaire by ldvl.aatoa _
    .....,, Mrs. C. W. Brown and Mrs. H. R. "... harp '
    where h is selling 86,00 acres of land.
    daughter and neice, who have been Bryan Realty Company
    spending the winter in our city left III. also'has a grove here in the northpart Mosnat, in honor of the approaching Write un for

    Thursday to spend some time at Day- I of the townsite. Mr. and! Mrs. marriage in April of Miss Pinaireto weeklvpriceleton Field. I Seed Grain.) 1 Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee,
    Stillwell have gone to Colorado Mr. James Coarsey. There was a s Poultry Feed andy .
    St. and Jacksonville
    tona, Augustine Ru..nll. Our Ie. Hotel
    Opposite Graystone
    before returning to their home 'at Springs and will return in May, and reception from 2 to 4 and shower crlptlve catalogs
    from 3 to 5. Seventy were free on request.
    Smithshire, 111.Veterans'. make this their permanent home. guests 1
    Association.The They will at once build a residence served. Those from out of town AIITPATSTPOULTITFEIa t

    Veterans' Association was call south of the hotel of 'the corner of were: Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Boyer, jr., .1, Makes_ hen l.v.II .
    Lawson street and Sample avenue. Mrs. W. B. Coarsey of Tampa; MesdAmes -
    ed to order at 2 p. m., Saturday
    Geo. W. Pcterkins, J. Will Orange Grove, Timber I end, We Pay Taxes far Naa_real_
    March 25th, by W. P. Lynch in the Mr. Stillwell is a man of long and flb ARTIN SEEDJACKSONVIUC.FLO C '
    successful business' Experience and Mitchell Geo. R. Johnson Vet. L. '| Cattle Ranche, Country .and Menu and. Act aa Owner's
    absence of President Kenney. Rev. is .,,.._ oAh*
    Northrup offered prayer. The choir has ample means and he will devote B.rown, -J. W. Sample, McMillen, M. |||(| v | Cry Property Agents far Rental Property

    LL'\:;;( ', sang!': Flag of the Free. The minutes his ability and energy to..making the I u ,_, __ _, _
    c,f' 'of March 18th were read and approyff town of' Lake Hamilton second to

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    ,iv''''". of the Iowa association Tues- this location.. With its rolling hills- ; .. /
    day March 28th. ', real hills ted, its many lakes, its inimonse : May Lumber Co. The ' .wfevK; fl '8ffh; :wdfld

    The Michigan association will meet body of unifqrmly excllent Citrus eyes :

    the first Wednesday in April. Revs. land, its high elevation and splendid ,
    Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
    protection against cold affordedby
    Northrup and Hackett urged all to

    he sure and hear Rev Sam Small the many large lakes to the west the who
    lecture on "Uncle Sam's Water Wagen. and north especially that splendid YELLOW PINE LUMBER are on man '

    ." at the M. E. church on Tuesdayexening body of water known as Lake Hamilton -

    March 28th, at 7:30.: Sev- and with over 3,000 acres of Shingles and Laths

    eral parties made a few remarks forth young citrus groves here a Board of .

    good of St. Cloud. A collectiontnken Trade of f6Yty members and good HOUSE BILLS A 'SPECIALTY I

    for the hall amounted to $4.35, I schools, and enterprising citizens, all SAVEST

    and was turned over to Mrs. W. F. that has been needed is such a man, All we ask is let ns figure on your estimates.

    Kenney. Rev. Hackett announcedthat to quickly put Luke Hamilton in its Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.

    William T. Mitchell a returned proper position as one of the best
    would address inthe' towns in south Flordia. And as
    missionary, give an Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.
    Presbyterian church Wednesday Sebring has the Sebring brothers,
    } and as Lake Wales has its Stewart, .
    evening at 8 'o'clock.. Motion was ... b."ft ... -Jar- ", "" '1 .
    now Lake Harrfilton[ has Mr.! Stillwellsee -- for
    posed that the president or treasurer : a moment, young man
    rive a statement of the financial condition - the strange sequence of S'r. He I
    will he Moses! to lead the town from I a thought to self. The
    ; month. of Captain the association Johnson one onci11 of the the wilderness into the promised land iiiMriHiiiiiiiJiiTmpiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyuinTriiinTHE' ;"::; : ",,: "' : "; ::::: ::::'::: :iI : that confront

    t 'of progress and prosperity. And un- problems you now, or

    like :Moses of old, he will)) himjelf enter -
    will a few hence.
    :, into the promised land. Mr. Still- years
    GEORGIA MAN IS wi'll' will sell)) the l des at reasonable] i

    , IN TIME prices, hut there will he restrictions LITTLE THINGSThe Look about you-the men of affairs in country, dale, nation-yes,
    RESCUED
    and a house of specified cost will haveto ,- I in the world, are the men who started to save early, in life.,
    lie built within :-. year. Mr. Still-
    little things of today make
    : Resident. << of Woodstock Finds Himself well)) has offered a choice corner lot They Lave the respect and confidence of the community.
    the hip things of to-morrow do
    his
    Restored After Physicians to the first church that will raise .at

    Failed.T. ]least $1000 for a church building. not disregard a small beginning. Then look on the other aide-at the fellows who spend aD ti 7
    A. Lewis who lives out on Route This m. Remember that we welcome small -snake hare time for while but wat doe tk
    3, Woodstock, Ga., was the victim of offer will be promptly accepted.The -they may a food a >
    stomach troubles for a long time. lie outlook for progress here is now deposits as well as large ones and personality reflect?

    tried the treatments of many doctors. better that it ever has been. will b.3 glad to have you open an ac

    1' He tried all sorts of remedies. The Board of Trade at a special count. A dollar or so deposited in thank' will k* tile

    .} cap His; to sufferings his' work.were a serious handi meeting Thursday evening, met Mr. I 4'J; interest paid on savings accounts nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

    , Then he tried Mayr'a Wonderful E. C. Stuart of Bartow, president of r* Make your beginning now-today. Your

    r' Remedy. Just as it always does the the'-.electric company. After a care- bank book will pave the way.State' .
    v, first dose proved to him what could fuf r examination of his proposition, a .
    , be done for his ailment. He took the
    resolution was pus.ed endorsing the
    r full treatment; then wrote:
    "f have taken your wonderful remedy !same; and pledging] the moral support
    and am feeling better than I have and other assistance of the Board of I Ij Bank

    felt in four years. Trade towards getting the necessary
    "Your remedy does just what you
    ; signatures for the easement required,
    . claim it will do. j -
    "I tried several doctors,- but they which is for 30 years and the rates SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUSTREATMENT I of Kissimmee
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    did me no good. I am glad that I. are the same as in Haines City and
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    k 1 have have found recommended your wonderful it to some remedy.of: Lake Wales. The current is to be Capital stock _____.-___________ ______.-__1100,000.00
    DIRECTORS
    my neighbors who need it." put in use hero not later than June : RaMVMserrwr ____._________________________ 400,000.00
    Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy gives 1st. It is 24 hour service and the

    ,,' permanent results for stomach, liver plant is said to be the third largest ARTHUR E. DONEGAN 'JOHN R. BRONSONF. Officers and Direct***.

    and Intestinal ailments Eat aa much in.Florida, having cost $100,0d0.!
    over C. A. CARSON. FWt J. M. LEE. VICe Pr._
    I and whatever you like. Nb more dis- Mr.: J. B. Collum is exhibiting: a 1 1r W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS ,
    nr "yet L tre a after eating, pressure of gas in I M. KATZ. 2n4 Vie Pr-O.
    single that is six
    I+ ...the stomach and around the heart. cassava root feet '
    ;" Get one bottle of your druggist! now long and weighs ten pounds. It has ROMA THOMAS Cashier .
    and try it on an absolute CUaranteef" -- high sandy land here.
    if not satiafactory money will be. re- grownon.Mr.: Ernest Hunt has returned to ::::::',:: :',::::;:* :::::H ':',::':::
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    it .. 0" 0 I 0'I . I ..'. .; , ',' I ... 0 ; I' I I ; .+0 I 0"t l I Stockdale nad son, Allen, and" Mr. r MAYOR' I Ii and it; ''will be better still; we want BIRCHER ELECTED AS -- ,
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    and Mrs. Miller, formerly of Columbus you to come and share in its blessingswith .

    Ohio; Mr and Mrs. Mark Norrio. us. Services are 3:15: in the afternoon
    :$ Society Notes of PralHeville, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs., i I CLEAN UP FOR PRESS MEET 'and 7:80: in 'the evening. MAYOR OF ,SL CLOUDWilliam

    Warren Foreman, i of Hastings, Mich.; i Como and go,, .with uss. and we will do
    I (Continued from Page ()ne.) 1 1TltutivUle I It 1
    (Maple Belle Harris, Editor.; .) Ir. and Mrs 12. ,Hi! Smith and daughyt.er t Advocate, ; Gilbert Loach, j jI thee I '. good. Uiri-her was .elected Mayor

    r Opal of Wayland, Mich.; Paul I wife and son, Leesburft Commercial; ,I 5- wIAWLER, of St. Cloud' at the election held in 'v {

    Request U made to .ll patron of |be Valley Gazette to, send it'em' 'i Blake H, II.,'Howard of Lake of Odessa Athena, Mich.Ohio., and I Harry L. Brown, St. Augufilinoi Record : ;I the Wonder, City 'on Tuesday He r
    ; A. P. Jordan, Pwntu Gorda'He.r... (reived 165 Votes. against 115 for 'J, '. ;
    of, Seciety Evenjl' to the Editor, for .publication in these columt.LEAGUE SENIORS *ENTERTAINED 44 I jnfd; few; B. Brown. and .wife, 'St,' CIRLS'SELECTED TO I n, Chunn and 91 for. W, P. Kenney ' l u

    .',". _ _ .. _ '....... ,---.LA., .&..'" . .. ............ 'J...L;..0. 'Prof and Mrs., R. M,,Evans, delight 1 Petersburg I Independent accdrnpan'ted; J.' T.,"Lewis'" MEDAL Fred B., Kenney''' wad' elected,.' !clerk rv
    Tribute COMPETE FOR
    .o"T'V -.r. fully] ..entertained the members 'of the | Raiford by 4n and auditor by.: 'a vole of ))0!) ,against
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    SOCIAL PRISCILLA .CLUB High School faculty and"the Senior :'attentive mind and a good appetite; 73 for Samuel Brammar. she

    Misses Ella Mae .Gilbert and Mattie The members of the Priscilla club Class, I last Friday: evening at their I ij. G, 'Gallemore and wife, Barlowi The competitivetest) for the girlsof 1)).- II. Gill was elected; ) assessor ond

    Belle Harris will" entertain the were entertained'by Mrs. J,.ano 1'aulk home on Bryan street. Thehouse i Record(; ; T. C. Merchant, Mydioon: En- the Osceola High School
    Senior Epworth Saturday afternoon hell pleasant :j tcrprise"Reeorder; R. J Holly and those for the Carson for ,8 W. Porter. .
    members of the was prettily decorated with'' gold arid ( I who will compete ,, ,
    League Saturday evening at the home on Alain street, the time being green, the class'colors, and MarechalNeil !Iwife: Sanford Herald; G. E. Howard medal for elocution .has! been! All of the charter amendments l

    'home of the former o//> A\tin street spent in chatting and dainty needle"- I roses, the class (flower When 'and! family, Orlando Citizen; Chris completed' the followln'f' have, proposed i were carried by 'Iar e' majorities. -

    ,I .1' (Work. Punch wa s served throughoutthe i the guests first arrived they were I It). Codrington, wife end three ot.hI I I I been named, to try for the medal at y..

    PICNIC afternoon 'the following guests: taken to the punch bowl where delicious era, DcLand News: JT.: W. While, Fro'ternal the commencement exercises of the 4 N

    Miss Susie Spcir fhapVrutHjjd a \Mrs. 11. M. Pfann, Mrs T J. Wood- punch was served' by Mrs. Record, Jacksonville; Frank I school: Miss Amy Makinson, Lola A large loot}) has been Installed at:

    party of young folks on a picnic to all, Mrs. J. J. Woudall. Mrs. II. N. Evans. During the evening two I Harris, Ocala Banner. ;I Johnson, Mamie Witherspoon, Laura Ruskin and the making of rugs, hammocks

    Mill Slough Saturday. Those in the Bratton, Mrs. W. H. Morrow, Mrs.J. guessing contests were enjoyed The GUI Beall, the now manager of the Thomas, Christine Ivey and Margaret and robes will begin at" once.i.ODCK .

    were Misses", Vera Johnson Lillian J. Johnson, Mrs. L.. II. Ingram, I Dixie Theater, has announced that hewi..hes i Stanford.
    party .
    v first Was to guess the names and ad. j 4-0 :+:wxx : .:.)<-:-:--: -<+'. >;
    Harris, Gladys Griffin Mary Mrs M. A. Stout, Mrs. S. I D. Marks, dresses represented by pictures arranged ,., to help (entertain the visitorsand I I The boys who will compete1( for the 0'4' ".

    Bpeir, Lois Overhtrpet and Margaret- Mrs. J. .Gardner;; Mrs. S. K.: Gardner around the loom. Miss Clark has offered to give th<'l.1 a special | Ovcf street medal I I were selected last -,. : 1IEETISGS0. -
    Mrs. J. Z. Itobprson Mrs. Eliza- to" tie't picture show at tie Grnystone I II I
    Kenton ,
    r won the prize, a photo album, and I week and' were us follows! : Roy () .. ... .... ................... ....twooIJoNS
    IM, "l'lh'III'ill, Mrs. R. I II. juice, Mrs.II. ('.('mo Ym Fr'day evening before the :-< : -:-:-<-< : :-: : : : : : : : : : : : '
    Miss Mattio Belle Harris received the | P--rry, Edgar Bryan, Charley Regero" ,
    STANFORD" WINS ( 1'1' A, ('oltonfr: S R. Wade :Mrs.S. .l..H; <|uet nt the Gra.VFtono; hotel.l. Mr. i Bradley Harris, Don Beuter and l MurI ) : : CIRCLE, Tohtipekaligii > : -,
    prize lemon. The
    consolation a wax
    s Mrs. H. C. Stanford defeated Mrs. :!. A. ('''!lOon, :Miss Kfla Dean, Mis. 'hall( i if arranging: for a special at- ray Ovcrslroct. ; Grove; No. ((15, meets every'' first
    second ('olltest'a" to the I
    J1). Clark In the) final for the. cup Joe (;ntl'rn1": >. J. (": Griffin, Mrs> guess tinciiun, 1 for that date and will givei i Charley RCK "ro will the anil third Tuesday night. Social
    represent
    offered to the ladie.s//'' of the Kissimmce.Coif J.V.. (Chapman Mrs.- J. L. Over-, names of old songs which were played i prrformnnco, : absolutely free of I school in the state oratorical contest I meeting* second and fourth''TuesdaynftTiioon ::
    by Mrn. Evans. Miss Grace Winnreceived
    club by the elutes", former president i- strN'l.nnd1I's.: C: J.Voodllll.. The cbai re to the visitors. at Gainesville I in Fraternity, : hall
    Harry A. hunter, The match meetings of this popular club will the first prize, a sheet of ,! President lrington' of th" pros-! __ Mrs. Ollar, guardian! ; Mrs. Best, C
    music, and! Miss Celeste '
    Moseley
    which played last Friday was receiveil wt ion, writes that he has i Mrs' : Best clerk.
    was be discontinued till after the revival: ii< "J()( arranged -
    ( d watched by A large 'friillcry. The play meetings at Methodist: churcji are ture piano.the consolation Dainty refreshments prize, a mina- for, Dr. Lincoln pulley, presi- SOUTHERN UTILITIES 1 1I Mrs. Ollar, (,"'I1'dilln. ;

    I was close and the final wore stood closed. ofu d-'iit, of Stetson University, to doliver ....-.- '
    salad course, ice cream and cake
    one up in :Mr. Stanford's favor. hlMItS. a toast. on "Jolly Beggars" at I II "
    were served by Mrs. Evans assisted I COMPANYHOLDSMEET '
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    'yM.- >f ". : CARSON ENTERTAINS: i the banquet and to give a recital of I Keep Yourself
    \ Misses Laura Thomas and Lilian
    I IURTIIDAY PARTY I MI's. C. A. Cnr.M>-assisted by her 1 Kipling or Riley at the reception ofthe I -
    li Master Alphcus Gilbert delightfully daughters, Misses Anne and Inez, entertained I\y(' Those who enjoyed the hos- : Golf Club 'on Thursday evening. The hnnual meeting; of the Southern -

    ; entertained! a number of his little Tuesday at an informal afternoon of Prof. and Mrs. Evans 'The local committee has notified Utilities! Company: one of the Up to Scratch .

    friends last Friday afternoon at his tea in honor of her sister, Mrs. were: Mr. and Mrs. W. N, Harris, I President- ('odrington.that: Kissimmeewill 'largest corporations in Florida, was i ; r._

    home on 1)rrry avehue in honor of his I.. !R. Milton, of Jacksonville, and her Miss Louise Clark, Miss Almenia I be glad! to welcome Dr. Hulley. i held Tuesday morning in the office of

    sixth birthday. The little folks spent daughter, :'III s. Roy Chalker, of Tampa Lcitner Miss Clara dbetter, Misses I Announcement of railroad rates to ''W. B. Crawford All of the officersof Fortify Your S fmt B4fcre I

    I a pleasant afternon playing various and. Mrs. Claude Harper, of this Laura Thomas, Lilian Prentis, Dollye Ki-simmce" for the press meeting: has the company were re-elected for it i is Weakened by;lIIs. '
    t.heluwn. Delicious refreshments Alford, Edith Nil ' games on city. I II..I'n l made by Southeastern Traffic ensuing term., -
    " of i ice cream and cake were The rooms were prettily decorated Ethel Gilbert, Orpha Rose, Maurine 'Association and low rates have been't Kissimmee will continue to IK the I Don't wail until you are actually

    o nrved. Those present were Willie, with, nastUl'tiumsW1ile the diningroom I Dunn, Kathleen Bearden, Mattie jotTeixd! for the round trip to Kissim- ''principal,' legal office! of t the corporation sick to \take a laxative'; you know "a 1oUH'e
    Belle Harris, (Grace I Winn, Marie 1
    Frde Lucilc and Nellie Gilbert Richard .
    fragrant with sweet from all points in Florida. These
    was plus.In I' mee of prevention, "is, worth n )poundof
    Bandy, Mary, Alma and Mar- the receiving. line were: AD.s. 1'.1 I Boyd, Puruh Clark, Celeste Moseley, :I rules, will be sent to all the editors cure," If you vull.ju'-t take 1,1V-
    j :Messrs. Toney Rogero, Will Mason KETIIEL BAPTIST :'IIISSIO'IIRund.I ;
    ; joric Naugle, lIerman.IIl1lwl and A. Carson, Mrs. A. A. Simpson, 1\1'.1 and will lie publislv.'Xl in their IHlp"I'S0 S'Eli-LAX regulail, ) it will keep you
    Tiller, Nat Carson. Arthur .Jarrell, ) April :lind, Bible school at
    Marshall Miller Preston Johnson
    I I. R, Milton: 1\1\ Roy Chalker and I that others take advnn-
    i "S. many may conlimmlly in the I be.l 1 po'-Ml-le shape,
    ? Virginia Harris and X.elma I (George; /!' Cooper and, Frank, ('alkins.sOal.tN'S 10 II. m. ('a rtTSing" by Pa-tor J. J.Katmer. .
    Benjamin. Mr-i.\ (Claude II allIer.I la,!,' of the excui.-ion to Kissimmee.BIG I bright, piHTgi'fic and! happy. It 1-i imiide
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    at 7:1. "A
    444ItTTl'ONRItERSON * : > J p III Mibji-ct,
    A beautiful+ musical I wastendered --, of harmless! !
    ( I proiriatn Cl.rH :MEETING -- Shipwreck on theleditcnanca8: \rgetabe matter,
    during, the afternoon, while mid by acting gently!, but effectivelykeeps
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    + Miss 1.<'<>1111 Koberson, daughter, of Sea. The mal quutrlte: t 1 will I"'
    thegut" t-wcrrnniling.. Selections, !l lhe CROWD HEARSOT.' the cleaned of ,
    / system
    t' At the regular meeting of the Kixsimmee with the ., poison;
    Mr. and :Mrs..1. /. Koberson. and B us in evening!" \\oi--bip.' Come
    : Vulrola weir followed by vocal and lead./ to +' fOI"l)1 its best work.,
    1Vonlan'sflub ) pe|
    Hart :
    at Me and 1
    C. Dutlon, formerly .of this city, hut worship with us.
    i numbers rendered by Miss Josephine morialLnulay: afternoon the entire BRYAN'S KEYNOTE SPEECH, MV-\ Eli-LAN: !,\; isold under an absolute
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    now of Savannah, (;In., were quietly
    married Monday afternoon. ] They II II nil II 011. :'Ilr.. -1'. K. Weaver and I time was devoted to business routine. There will be communion servicesat guarantee: to. give' satisfaction. I

    left immediately for Savanna Ga.: Miss\ :'laJ lea Bishop, with Miss Inez Plans were fully discussed and arrangements (Continued from page 1) the Presbyterian church Sunday or money will be returned.1 For ,sale .

    Carson as accompanist.i I made for the entertainment but he ha'' that directness of address morning at the 11 0'<,1"-1. hour and in roc and, ? I bottle) at (Osceola Pharmacy
    where they will N' ide. Mrs. Dutlonia
    an accomplished vocalist and was Refreshments, of tea and I of the I ladies accompanying the which, lends! to his speeches the evident the welcoming of new members. .
    cakes were nerved in the dining which marks his .
    sincerity
    popular in musical circles i in; Kissim- delegates/ to the Pi loSS Association, public .
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    Mrs. S. H. Bullock and Mrs. - --
    room His sentences clean-
    convenes career.
    which in Kissimmec "in were
    ed.mee, Mr.where Dutton she will was be formerly greatly miss connected Gay Livingston pouring tea and (cof April.At (' cut. His manner was convincing. MS 4 >d'OC: W"nrS {-<"u.v: >-:-rW?<:---oK''X-?'{-<'':-' 'Ni ... 1.

    I with the Dutton-Harris Shoe fee .The campfire Girls assisted thehost.s this meeting, it was definitely His whole-souled truthfulness and I : H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY yt:f.

    company, of this (city, but is now in serving. decided to hold this reception on Friday honesty were apparent in the fullness FLORIDA "77i. Land of Encftfnlmtnl. ",. Bring More
    J holding a responsible position with About\ seventy guests enjoyed this morning from 10:110:: o'clock to with which he went into every detailof Rapidly DfVlopJ Than Ar o..r Slat in >*. Union t

    t the Consolidated Naval Stores company pleasing social I event. 12. and to receive in their attractiverooms his service as a senator. He was BREAKER & BARCLAY f ,
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    with headquarters in Savannah. 444.INNIVEItSIRI' in the Hart Memorial. I i fervently applauded and the audience .

    SURPRISEA The following/ committees were appointed listened to him intently.A I' Real Estate and Insurance farm Lo"d. X
    pleasant day was spent I City PromoTLandt'" 's
    SURPRISE PARTY very / by Mrs. J. M. Willson, president full report of his speech may be Kistimmee, Fla.y or.na. Gro".. X
    v 'M Sunday at the: home of Mr. and Mrs. of the clulJCommittee : found on page three of this issue andit }: M. COOPER, Clark T." hens r;:
    Mr. and Mrs. : M. Miller ( Cn..Co" Land V"
    'nlt.r// Win. Seiihiba, at Thurman City, as on decorations: Mrs. is well worth reading i if one wantsto -

    9 tamed a number of young wventeen of their northern friends W. B. Makinson, Mrs. 'J. W. Evans I know exactly.: what Senator Bryan ::{-<-<< '(ooC..c-:..:.<-<-> < MM <- *t *< 4 >< -* < *< their home on Church street last Sat ,
    and four from Montana"lIath- ..
    I sons : has and why he did it. r
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    Mrs M. D. Alexander, Misses Anne j done
    ( ,urday of evening Miss Ouida in honor Malloy.of the'It birthday came- ered at their\ home'.in honor of their Carson/ and Mildred Lee. Senator' Bryan came here from a e Gac.aa>:-*< >:-:-;.-:. t 0D # 0- 00t 0N 00 0)0+<- .

    aa a surprise to Miss 'Malloy' 'who fifteenth' wedding anniversary, 'it be- Committee tin progrun'i; :;Mrs"[ J. ::1\If, Sanford, where he"hnd addressed the : "

    was Invited over to spendJ Ithe J,eventng (ings'a-.t. ,:'complete- surprise, ,..)\ ,to'fA-Mri" \Sen,"M"Slua WfllsonJ i jr.;r Mr&, E.1 E.;NaugleV'Wrsi'\ Seminole county voters'on Friday at. INSURANCE and REAL, ESTATE k< :;':': -
    ternooii; j He wasaccompanied: ,
    : by;,a '
    at the Miller!?ho'me;Wwhen lf she Barclayd .i t ;" .
    .'bounteol.l.s dinner was served "" ,., number otrotber candiidatea fort'pub! : : ,
    found a number of her friends thereto cream Let us insure your Life Health : '
    and included"ice candy and'fruit lie office who had spoken at Sanford your your Properly.
    Committee
    celebrate on' refreshments* Mrs.J .
    l! house help was prettily her decorated birthday.with The cut to make it most complete. The J:-. Roberson, Mrs II. C. Stanford. ;I:! and they were invited<< by the senatorto Information.in regard to property for I

    flowers and ferns. The evening was day was spent with chatting and Mrs Howard Katz, Mrs. S. II. Biil- share the opportunity of address- sale and rent cheerful.y; given. '
    ;
    music. One feature the
    I pleasant was
    ing the voters here. Those who
    lock spoke
    and \Mrs. J. L. Overstreet.
    delightfully spent in playing: games.Dainty presentation of a handsonv water set In addition to fifteen-oilier '
    Reception committee: Miss Elizabeth -I were F. M. Hudson, of Miami candi- f good companies, we
    refreshments of i ice andcake
    were served. Those cream 'I and also a I'OW"lh\ being gift of Aultman, Mrs. W. B. Harris, I date for Governor; A. S. Wells, of f now represent the well known

    .were Misses Ouida Malloy, Ella present Gilbert ; their beautiful sons; und the others leaving i\\ \Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, Mrs. N. ('.I; Tallahassee, candidate for railroad s f: HOME FIRE INSURANCE t
    I> rocking, chair as a remembrance commissioner A. J. Angle of CO. of-New York
    ,
    ; Tampa,
    i Bryan, Mrs.V. L. Winn, Mrs. C. A.
    Mattie Belle Harris, Helen Bass, i
    Cecelia Overstreet, Nina Brat.top of the day.Those I Carson, Mrs. John M.\ Lee, :Mrs. H. C. candidate for comptroller; W. N. t ][]). mat- T1t31.G1rNFRs :: :
    enjoying this pleasant event :
    Sheats, cnndidate for re-election
    Grace Russell Winn, Nettie Newton, I\h' lIrs'l were Ralph, ,* John, Alfred and Fink'Y'1[ Stanford It was, also:Miss decided Anne' Carson.to present the j state superintendent of schools; as F.I II j :k: Second Floor Citizens Bank @Idg. Kissimmee: Fla. :;|: '.

    s' Cole Malcolm .' Sensiba, all sons of Mr. and Mrs.Sehsiba A. Wood, of St. Petersburg, and Ion j' i-M .. .. .. .. .,. 1
    MKx- ":":-: :-< : .. ,
    Will Mason Tiller, Ralph Heurden, ,| /guests with badges!' \bearing the colors 1 ": : <:-:-: :
    from Jordan, Montana :Mr.
    ; L. Farris, of Jacksonville candidates
    of green and gold, and the words j
    Earl -Cowercr, Harper Casler, :
    Lacy j and Mrs. Bell I Dickerson, of K ssim-
    for Governor. Each of these made
    Johnson I "Kissirnmee, W. ,(C. Just what these a
    Carlyle Bronson, :Miss :Mai-
    mee; :Mr. and :Mrs. A. Abbott\ formerly short addresses, explaining their platforms O'N
    badges will be is uncertain at this !
    loy, Mrs. Watson and Mr. Malloy. >
    I of Waylaid, Mich. Mrs May
    : ; i time, arrangements being in .the | and promised to return for 'a

    hands of :Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Mrs. I IH. II fuller presentation of their claims !,

    | C. Stanford. at a later date. . i I i
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    I Miss Anne Carson, who is in charge Senator Bryan on Saturday went 1
    The First Taste i: of. the canning clubs for Osceola from Kissimmex to Orlando, where he UST :

    II I county, then addressed those present, I delivered an address before returning!;
    I 'II
    the lines to his headquarters in Jacksonville toI j''
    Tells the | speaking along of what is (
    DifferenceThe
    | \being done through the county in the I begin another itinerary for I'peech-I .

    I domestic science courses especially making this week.REVIVAL f-1

    New Post Toastics !. I designed to assist the women in rural I 1
    districts. It is probable) that a do- i
    are made to overcome the _' mestic science department will become MEETINGS ARE

    objections common to ordinary ' '' a part of the Woman's club at t

    ' corn flakes. r '),if aneurly date.COUNTY. DRAWING LARGE CROWDSContinued ,"..
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    Just trial will ii'" r I COURT TO ( from Pate 1)) I WATCH .1
    one show OUR
    : pel at this time. It will be the last WINDOWS FOR'
    that these New Post ToastI I '' 1 'call'' to some, it will! lie the best time I

    ies retain their delicious ?) |I OPEN ON APRIL 10 that will, ever come, to any and all to !, NEW SHOES :1

    I I i I get into the Kingdom./! No man can I :
    crispncss 0 n t m u s h i The spring term- of- the county come to his best or be. really happy | .

    down when milk or cream / court with Judge T. M. Murphy on so long/ as he lives in sin and o/U of They are Arriving ,Daily
    with God. There be ;
    will
    I the- bench, will lOtlx There touch a special (
    is added open April
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    ' f ; nor arc they "chaffy" in the package. service for men Sunday aft 'J- 1
    I will be some fifteen\ criminal cases Pull :- tn'di of Men's :
    Shoes
    with Neolin
    and I wish all the in town'
    noon men
    the docK-t and u large list of civilcnse \
    They're distinguished by the tiny bubbles on each 10'1 *! I I would attend l ; also ;special service on Soles ( Better than Leather) '"\"

    i v flake, raised through the quick, intense heat of the "new I The jury for this. term of ('ourt'' Tuesday afternoon Friend for ladies and and > .)
    girls only. being
    was drawn- this week and is composedof come See Our Ladies'
    i process of manufacture. some one with you. I In the rush of White Oxfords :
    the following: T. L. Driggcrs/ ,
    Christ has been crowded
    Iavid A. Bass, E. R. Bass, II. H. Fer- many things

    t And the flavour-the full, true flavour of choicest tic, J. T. Tumblin, .lol.n Davis, W. W. out of your life. Will you not having Complete line of Whitmore's Fine Shoe
    this minutes _
    read ten
    e white Indian corn-is Carson, N. F. Bass, S. G. Ragsdale, plea give Polishes and "
    broughtout in Cleaners in
    to soul's interest andsalvation. Stock All
    t thought/ your at Times.
    II. M.- Pfann, J, Ii. ]Ri-dditt and E. A. j
    I Neimeyer.The I may not know some who "-

    New Post bashes Kissimmee Produce Growers read you.these}t want lines !but to see I am you interestedin a chris- SMITH'S SHOE STORE

    meeting which is announced else- ian. I cannot see everyone in town .

    where to be held tomorrow (Satur- and express my interest and give you \

    f Sold by Grocers day) has been postponed' on account a personal" invitation to come to the PHONE 194
    everywhere. of the injury of President Fansler ina meetings. Accept this and come. We ; ,
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    .. FRIDAY,''MARCH 31, '1916 THE KISSIMMEE': VALLEY GAZETTE PAGE 7.

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    r THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Mr J. K. Milliard, of Hilliard's 18-1\ Miss Verna dolt, of Klssimmcei, A grass fire nfar the home of John trict for some weeks b Attention l is called ,to the adverJtlsement

    -r (T.l.phOB. No. 11.) land, visited her daughter, Mrs. Hen spent the day in'the' city as the guestof 'L. Overstreet on Main .street, called! back in lime to do some 'f of the Palace Drug? storeon

    ry,'Lightsey, in the city this week Miss Hatabel Hyer's.' -Orlando. .Re' out, the fire department_ about ten paign work before |the the' last pago of this. l Issue: Mr.

    Published Every Friday By porter-Star. o'clock Monday night. The blaze was., lando Reporler-S'tar Ragsdalff, of i the Palace, has recently
    11:. u. VANS ,UNICWt"I Do not fail to attend our special
    w. B. HARRIS '
    'extinguished before of seed
    any damage was added, a new line garden to } 3
    .: __ ::---=:_ sales on white and Palm Beach shoes I White hats for graduation at the done Amos. Adkins, of .Chandlersville, his.8lok 'and ia to fill the
    Saturday and Monday.- II. Law- 'Bon' Ton Hat Shop. See' them -next I 111.., spent! nevaral days here this ,week. prepared.
    wants of customers at all times.
    lion 'I .-Friday and Saturday, April 7th and Mr. and Mrs S. R. Wade(
    Weather Report : Bth. tons, Ohio who are among' this, regular -! and. intending visiting a number Foster Newton; J. J. Johnston, Tom ) 7

    ', Mr. and ,Mrlll. Frank Estey, who winter residents *of this city, left:' ,; pf other cities!! farther south lie Somnxers, James Sage and L. ,A.Guessaz .

    have been touring Florida by automobile Mr* ., L. S.: Hubbcll' ', of Hyde Park, Tuesday for Orlando, where they-will was so'well pleased with Kissimmee of St. Cloud,. were In (he

    while! making headquarters, Cincinnati, spent' a few days as the spend some time before returning1. to \ that he_,wept no ,fortheriand stated city Tuesday evening to attend' the
    " "J Following afe"daily temperatures inJGsaimlinee'left, this week'Cor their guest of Air. and Mrs. C. N. Paver their' home. that he 'V/CM 'going' back home to put I meeting of the Woodmen of the ,
    and precipitations as,.reported home in West Branch, Mich. She left for her home Thursday.The 1 his alTaiin shape to to '
    :: move World lodge and witness the -
    exemplification
    ' by Government station Mr. aba Mrs Charles Cook, of KIS:1'I
    ': at Kissimmee for the week ending FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms!! Story Store the store with_ .Lowell| Mass.., are located at .the J simmee !next fall. He I. of the degrees, of Wood.

    Thursday" March 30; either separate or together, for the 5, 10 and 25 cent depart i" nt. Grayplono 'hotel while visiting Mrs. I ICook' .the Valley Gazette to keep informed I craft upon W. B. Harris, of the Ga-'
    set: Max. Mln.Friday Rain on the happenings here and :will bring cet'te. After the Initiation a spreadwas
    Mr. and Mrs. II. Runnels _
    light housekeeping; low 113 parent
    very
    __ ___' 88 57 Main street 152t.. 'Grant Baker of Shelbyville Ind., who are spending the.. winter nent home. +I served a'nd a number of speeches

    Saturday ____ 88 63' 'I'is spending some' time in Kissimmee! I here at the pleasant home of Captainand I, Henry Lightsey and' H.. W. Ander. were made by members of the lodge.'

    _7" Sunday _ _-- 84' 60 I Norman Ehrhardt the golf professional and is stopping at the Graystone! \ I Mrs. Clay Johnson. son returned Monday from Miami 'Mr. and Mrs Harry' Meetch, his
    il i.
    j 't Monday .. :- 81 64 I II at the Kissimmee Folf Club tel.: Mr. Baker has visited Kissimmee :l where they went by automobile last father and sister, Mrs. Frain, who

    I 'Tuesday .= ,_ 75 54 has returned from a trip to his homein for sevctial winters and has many Will Bryan Chapter United Daughters -I, wek with a view to engaging in the : have been' spending the winter at

    ,Wedne day __ 76 61 Minneapolis.On i friends here who are'glad to'seft him of the Confederacy will hold art) packing of .tomatoes. The found the i their winter home here!, left Wednes. a

    Thursday ____ 80 47 our special sale we are 'going te'' again. .I important call .meeting at the lIul't'lI I crop was muchly damaged by the recent I day for their home in Harrisburg

    t .... cut prices on Panama hats.-P. 11. : Read what the "Bqtcher\ Boy" says I Memorial next Wednesday afternoon dry weather and prices were Pa., to spend the-sumiter. They will
    'b X+eo{ sUe{ooC"X" -> I I at :3:30:: o'clock. All members are I i return next .
    I i.y{ }+1 +3 Lawson.. on page 2. !I such that (ht' business was unprofitable \ again
    urged 1 to be there will be '
    r : :,,,- :--:"'..,c.I. ..:-:--- -<-<->->- -:' !' present as i this season. Mr. l.i hlIey
    !Mr and) Mrs. Run'els who I
    says
    Henry Mr. and Mrs. II O. jMor 'ison .left very' important business to be con S. T. Pansier, who lives south of
    I. Field 2i have been spending the winter l in Kis- this week for their; home in Fenton, I sidered.Solomon' that there is. much building activity | the] city, was. severely injured Tue s-
    IThe j on the )Hast Count and that
    : Local : simm..e.' left yesterday for St. Petersburg Mich.. after spending+ the winter )hoieas :; !every- day; morning, when the horse hlt.chedto
    Larry'n attested atDeer where be
    negro! can seen new buildings.
    F and! other points before return '
    guests"' lit the Puik hotel. :11 h'. and his 'tl'u.k wagon ran away. Th'eI
    t. ) Pajk by Tindnll.l ]) and
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    ."..........,........-.-.....".........-..............-..-..-..............-..........-...-..-..-.. I I ing"! to their home in Massachusetts. M ,'s. Fenton both ga>/ned in health] nought( Kissimmee: .Young last Friday,.I (!. I It! lamer; n winter! resident ; accident occuiid, on Stewart- street,
    4 Special bales on white shoes Saturday while here and are stiong Kisnimmee I. I here, from, Pilthbuig/ 1'11., fins, )purchased I the horse making a dash from in
    pleaded! .guilty befoie Judg:' : '
    A. ( Murphyto
    paid. See ;
    taxes
    Fire insurance and :\Monday; (' to 50c 1 cut.- booste.s. -They will return next fall. I the lluileman-plnce I ( on lloggy front of the Valley Gazette office,
    soiling und sentencedto
    E. Drought, New Rivers building 30tf liquor" was creek: the sale being! made .throughthe I where Mr. Pannier wa transactingsome
    F. II. LawRon. See the "liuteher) Boy"; on *::. serve four months .in the ,county 1
    [. Attorney, ]lx-c<<: Jarrell Rp"nt1011: : page. 11. ((}. Seivt-r Realty company. business. Mr. Tangier rushedout
    ( day in Titufwillo on business. Guy C. Hnimon, who lives, henrFowler's John/ A. Jlullquist nod l fninily will I gait!. 11(4 hasjicgmi IIl'nt'nin Capl.iin The Kiile price' was not made Known. : of the office in an effort to stop

    ,; Park, had the inisfort'iri, to n.">ve next \veck, to Luke] Wales Flor- 1'aiinei'x. pang.Wind '.I I hough ,it I \\ii, a .ish t"lInSI\" <'I''I.' Mi.Se.M r. the horse nnd was thrown to the
    Mrs. S. II. Bullock\ spent the wek- I lose his stable two stacks of hay. dn where : 1 will ,iee"'i\ed in Kissimmeeon : ,
    has
    01. liultquist open 11 was I' jiis( n>indeeil| iinothiemdeal. ground 1. when the reins broke. A
    end ill''Lakeland with friends. chicken house and considerable fence, labmet ship, Tlu-ir many filoiJshei :, /: :'tlon.hy of the "set'IOUK' illness, of I be evih.inge of JM.K-H| owned ':'Miiall boy by the name of Cium was

    Mr. and Mrs. Henry Overstreet an. the it-suit' ] of a fire One day Intw.'rk' ,e will regret/ to know thai they arc Mi' C. .Ainmtimig" who ll.i., been' '' 1 bj :Mi. and, :'tl" SC--H IS, ill the I in. the wagon at the time having asked ,

    .pent Monday in Orlando. "cat injr, ,' \ :,siinig'h<"' 1 h. 'net'! chnf engineer!: Hins: addilKiii 1 1,( for" time Si'liuni.uiti, :Mr., I'unhler for a lidc. Luckily

    "FRK"Stallion for service.: $6.I fiO .:MiSjiuli (Mucks; has accepted( a J .-f t the i .'w :s, I.d'1 I' 10' min A.- Gulf. ; place, just nut\ of Oilandi( ,. Mi I and he teas\ grubbed from the seat by bystanders -

    Mrs. F. J. Van )Duzer continues her "pot cash. Money refunded if no ,position" as, ca-hii'i' at the (City :Meal ,ladio I I. ,it his, canii,| soii-'i'' ,, of \\'''hilcIi Mis: : Sessions eased( to reside on just us tile wagon hit a

    visit with friends ill St. Petersburg.. colts Wood for sale. Drop me a :Muiket., T" II. Iawsnn owner" tif the !' ,III. llvult vas i rtH'I! attend their, w'w pr..t11"s , .\'. post ii'iir the Waters &-C rson.store. .'
    I her .u ,d t pols. lat 'I'i in the week He : Fansler fiuffeied
    postal card. Henry Siaarda, city, |; tutbut was uninjured Ml. -
    A. E. Whaley] of Kissimmee Park I < 'Itlad'I.. I, has adopted the cashierplan I' ;\\ 10b/.ibeth: Aultman\ j is tonhned'to
    at Old Jack Keene Place. lOtfeow I she is iiipidlv ill1l'u\'inJr. I a badly bruised hand and two
    ] and that he t.o makethe
    spent Saturday. the city on busiIveBS. says means her bed as ji result of injiiiies, sus- .
    Attorneys Lewis O'Bryan; and Mil, City :Maikel a real metropolitan, / :i 1 :Mi and :'\It-". II. Ilaipi-r: the ltt- lair 'd! in a fall Fli
    ton Pledger moved their offices t.hi"w..k lll.il' Kl't.Tlie I| t teimolliei', ]Ales) H. I'll'ek.; : and I I Aultman slatted I to leave, the house, Rev. W II. Hall who was formerly
    When you buy bread! ask for Heed'sKutter : sister. ;\\11'-. George; :MilUi\ , of Gland;, l
    from the rooms over the F. II. Vnlley iii/etle; has 1 several '1 h.istilv when a defective I board I in limeIveriultla )pastor of the Episcopal church
    Nut. lf>-'t: HII".IIi..h.. /
    who
    1,11 us ontoie to the old OKeethobopbuilding topics" of the t ('ity Dnettoiy) on hand have been her I gave way beneath her foot here, but who went from here to Miami

    :Mrs ,v. .1. Kiipp and daughter, h:. T. I/esley has also moI \'- \Vhib trill\\ be sold to those desiiingthem i t,u"t" for, the/past 'ew ino.iins, were i and she fell heavily to live pavement i i is: in the city the guest of W. G.

    Hiss (Caioljn \slh.d; l in (Oilmulo) Sat I (ml his offices to that building. at :SI;\\,00.( ) '1'his dnectoiy" was I a ]>l"'asaiit part motoring to the | Several rips were fiaetuied one torn Hankins. lie will hold .services at

    urdayIlesmond. I liig .umn1<'.t' op<'nmg at the Bon 'iiigin.illy( Bald| | for !ttl;:[ und should] ''Last( (oast towns ,,',','ntly. Daytona j loose, and her wrist sexeiely\ strained. the Episcopal church on Sunday
    land :-1.
    I I Ittle I of :\al: I.roos-'i>. 1'.." Hat :Shop:; next l runty and Sat-'; I"t 1'0\1.i a valuable ,lefeience I book for I' lime Augustine/ W..I.'i"ill'd madeSalut.lav. durtu'g I 1'\ I"t t of fiiends! throughout the city I moining and all members are urgentr
    business and well I tip, lime: return being 1 will regret to leafs of J-he aicident I ly requested\ to attend.
    ,
    professional as
    men
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    "spent Wednesd.iv 'in the city, on; husi" : uIIIt\ :\piil 7th ni u* the public in genei.il.Mr I I 1.
    ness.Ladies'. I : -. (I i. I I. \\nid and I Three children, Mr and Mis Wane.i,., Foreman ._ ______ _ _ _________ __ ---------- .-
    : 1, and :'oil'1.: :Norris11: : Anna |
    , hats, ] andnavv a. I
    hemp Leghorn of Irving, Kansas, are the jiu"stu of who VMIC piomine.nl, among the winter -
    Y.in TV" Mild two hildicn, of l'rairietilie ; '
    '- blue] S'l! icnts, eachThe Story In' i "m"tier. :Mis M: 1. S/ ('OYo g-.r. at her I ne I residents, of KisKinimer, left for -
    ': 11"l ho ale, among the Ili llfr
    :Store home "n Ilrack street home in Hastings, Mich, Tues
    I Elites
    I legulni' winter" visitois, here letuind -
    FLAT FOR RENT: : -Furnished or unfurnished day. (On Monday evening' they
    J. Grossenhather.; (; ] of Apopkn 1 to their home ;Monday via St. Augustine I weiepbasantly

    was a visitor in the city Thursday. on Apply at the Gactteoffice. !, where. they will spend'' some, I surprised by receiving a :
    business. number of useful and pretty prescnlsfiom
    11 me '
    I Mr and Mrs. Wm. Sensiba and
    :Mrs LltYor"I1 I :Milton of Ja'k"on. S. E.: Cobb, corporation clerk in I s
    :M. Cosner exhibited a monster tur- cousin in honor of their thirty.ninth "
    3' Mile, i" the guest of her "i..tl'r. :Mrs. the state department at Tallahassee, "ij, about the city this: week that at- wedding call :
    here Visit to his brother, UW anniversary. If owe us kindly
    ", C. A. ('arson. is on a tiailcil ,i.o small amount of attention. I I you ,
    Mr and Mrs W. H Heald of East
    Mr.- and Mis Alfred] I Dow ]left I The turnip' which he grew at his
    I "M al daj Gienwith, R L who have been I and settle account. '
    ,
    Tuesday for LudinJ.rton.Iich.: ., after plate on :Mabbette Hlieef, measured I' your (
    art extendedisit! in the city. I Put juicy and tender meats always 2$ Inches in circumference and weighed / spending the winter here stopping at \
    'mind, at City !Market 'phone 41. If. I I !ft> pounds. The turnip is oft' the I the home of Mrs. M. M. Armour on We need the i

    j :Misses Norma GiifTin, and l Violet J. K: Van )llouzfn) of I9tin.vill.Ohio i ..*. ''sel'apl'leaf'ariet Main street, left today en route home. ,
    .
    Bullock spent the week-end .with. was the guest Thursday of Mr. They will spend several l days in Jack- ., I. I j.
    Reed's Butter Nut Bread is
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    friends in Orlando. aCId :Mis. J. J. Tutker. Mr. Van Dou- just sonville and go by steamer to New money.

    W. I. Barber county tax assessor" zen will spend some time' in St. Cloudlencwing I what you need. Try It.152tThe V rk. They came to Kissimmee to .. 4

    spent Monday and Tuesday in St former acquaintances. fire department was called out spend a few days early in January, '

    Cloud official business. Ion. Friday morning to extinguish a but liked the city so well that they de- COLE CO.
    .. .. on ? Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody, who grass fire on Rose avenue which cided to remain. JEWELRY ,l. '
    Get directory, originally sold have been spending some time at H I
    ,", :. . a city threatened the fences and buildings "
    ,< ':I': " for $3, at tho,,Valley Gazette .now, for' their,. place at Southport, where they in that neighborhood. : . Lacey E. Johnson, of Kissimmee, 1 :'
    "'i"1"t\,' $1"' '' Q\l"1": ., ". .'.'I"., i 1.J'" (of 'tH! ,\ are'1' planting: ;,'an orange ,:grove,: 'left; I""' : , .' ,"'* ,:V' > n secretary, to Congressman W, J. ;, I

    ," ).\S Mrs r.! B.-, E Haley left ,Tuesday for Tuesday!!'for! |]their,_ ,home\inVAmanda,' 'U1!, Colonel t t'jHa'rry> 'M '
    left"sev
    Ohio. Hunter Land company, who left last night for his return trip to
    visit with her ,
    few days' parents.Mr.
    a
    eral weeks for
    ago Minneapolis, I Washington. lie home to
    came
    and Mrs I h D. Hunter, at Win- Ladies. Misses' and Children's. hat I reg-
    where he went on business returned ister. He says Congressman Sears
    tre Park.Mrs frames lOc each. The Story Store. '
    I to l Kissimmee, on Tuesday and will I will not be able to return to his dis-

    . John M f. IRe returned Tuesday -i I Ilr.) R. W. Cobb of the Corner )DrugStore remain here for some time to close up

    from Arcadia where she had has been confined to his room some i important real estate deals.Fiank -- --

    been 'visiting her ,llIug'htl'rIrs.: 7.. :several days this week as the resultof Bourner of Newark, Ohio
    N. Parker and, Miss Ethel: ] I.ec. HInes His. place at the store is
    is stopping!' at the home of :Mr. and
    filled by G;. F. Taylor] of fortMaude.
    :Miss Joe Alalloy, who has been. the being :\11':;. T. v.'. Ellis for the winter" (} R JYSTON E HOTEL"ON

    .attractive guest: of |User brother, F.. I P. months, has cs-tahhshed a retold as .
    I S .,e our fine line of white hats ,lit
    I TOHOPEKALIGA"KISSIMMEE
    Malloy and his daughter: -- Ouida. an angler that will be haul to bleak BEAUTIFUL LAKE

    d returned to her home in Valdosta the summer opening next Fiidiv andSatuid.i I;,pon his ,return fiom a short trip nnLake FLORIDA
    I April 7th and 8lh Bon ,
    } I ]; hi-
    Tnhopekuliga, recently exhibited -
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    4 I. n"! Monday.City ;
    Ton Mat Shop a stung of !fifty-four fiat' bass Is now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly or"the Mount; Washington, ,

    } Diret.tones, $1 each lit the St Johns (;iuild will\ meet at the and speiks.) After disti'ibuting themto Bretton Woods, N.' H., and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guest by
    Valley Ga/ette; off i it ,-. 'eciative neighbors hot'! made an 1
    .Johnson next
    home of Mrs 'lay appi
    Kissimmee Golf Club. Many improvements now being made in hotel and grounds.
    at half afteinoon' excursion, securing foityde -
    Mrs Roy Chalker formerly of Tuesday afternoon April 4th I \
    .-t Lake City but who will in the future past tine All ]ladies of the Jopi; *"n- mine, making a total of ninety CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

    ?i is .. pal church are cordially invited to l>epittnt nine in one day They were caught
    \live ill Tampa .hlltingher parents
    Xi .
    .s' Mr and Mrs C. A. Carson. I in' the v limits.' of 1'aiadise, Island. : ,


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    DIXIE THEATER CHANGES OWNERSHELP I




    I I have taken over the Dixie Theater and will hereafter endeavor -. l

    I US GET A NEW NAME I

    to give the people of Kissimmee a modern motion picture house. = \

    In ordero make the IIhl.. 'I'b..r buto a name"r w not.. THEATER NAMING CONTEST ,
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    S. only,wee.ell. des/de I.1 ..on..,nerabIP.upon dSrlded what and to the let .b.hour. people...,.11 0'b.KI..lm-rolled NAME SUGGESTEDBY The Theater will be renovated throughout and put into first ,. ;

    the m..1 popular
    :. To the persona lutlna for .brater. I well class condition. I for FILM SERVICE
    14,.j name. flnnlly.plln..y aelee/rd fur Iaekrt.the Mt....l 1 far one am now arranging a new '

    whole airIwo......eo...one for you ...I..lIon ?, n some on and will give my patrons the best program to be obtaimed without .:
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    PACE &. .. \ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 31. IIH

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    r ThomA'. 11, F.. ''f\'n'," '''lid t''''" T'nnl.. 0.V.. \\1I1k.rl rosd wk loam -Z1.0- Ur.O.ltlII.nh foi* pnvln; certain roads;- In Road and Brldtre nistrlct antS for the .hor of Lako Tohopcka.1lra.. to LkCypress

    HIS TREATMENT ('lIrA",.. r..r U..lr .."nd. WOI'" IAI lu",", Klsn* 1"1"' ''. C'o. xxoo<* to Oil; lis.: '..2 UII ...aid. district. 441), thrown out 2.whl..1 Issuance ot bond In tne sum of lloO. thence .Ion* th. wt shore
    III" 'h. ,.ihtl.: .. al Ih. r.d, H.'Alk"r, rcmd work ", Ii 6U I'pon > th<* hc..ard inadt. lh.* fn1 tl60.00o.bo for pavlnir certain road.In of said canal In a, southerly dlr"clol
    "h.. h"Ar.1 Itf ....i "" .. ....... .. Kotn-rt Intersects-
    ""' "" llnss auto hit 7.1111 low "It result of thx vari'an of the said district 0 vot.*.. Against constltutlnK to.wh r elt
    IlIlvlnlf ,..",...III4At.,1 Ih" ..11'.18 1'4'1'<1.i"ll' 'I Much Hrii, Kas to K 41 __ 21i.U jvote towltV said district Into a !HpeclalKnad boundary of Township IS REMARKABLE I.,.., 1"IUlu" 401'.111.,1. ..t Ih" II". I.. It Farjiu-i,,. Hal rapt. AnardH JI.U" ', tho and Hrldne I District and for the .n Kouth.-- thencerait alonl thesouthern
    : .r"0 Hlii"." of 111",1 "II ,I''" II. \\' Anlitoii sal m/(r rd uul. 'lllllll lu.p.1' iiii-intii-rH of the Issuance ofbonds In Ih.. amount of boundary of Irn 1\1"1 of
    'cla> iir ,.'. I.. "" '" (""I <. "I!"': tho"UIII' H. I.. ,'Ixiiirf." .r iniiiiulsHloiiHc 21\/10\ Coumx CuimnlKBlorivrti in nnd. ur.o.ooo.OO for fiavlnw certain roads.In South, < SO) to
    ,' I... ,...11 ,," ...... I...... .. ,h'I''noill., n Icn iilt/i.si.ti. road wci k. 23.25 lot "H..l-"h' C4utiix. 1'Unlila. 4ln IH 11 said district. 0 votes.K. northwest corner of Township Twentyelnhti .
    I '''h..h... ',.,"'d, ..'''I''I'H '. IJI>.I. io ;.. .1. H 1d. w..d. to K O. . I.r." bx i.rllfx that w.t: \'AY.' imiviiiised tlioH1UIKK I (28) South, Kanire Thirty-'
    111111" "' 4 1111.1 r, H..IIoI.I... .. ..... J.I nf. tin election 'held' In CmrtHllBBU.'liei li I.KI-IL.RY, Chairman.K. south to the
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    EX..PASSBM1KK! : : : AftKXT: I"OKNOKTIIKKN .Utll.III. |I. m.iHtrvit. | |i. Ac nu ill Itur ill'."" . IM : two (Sit) Kast, thc-tice
    .." 1\(1\ II 1'1"1..1, 1\"A'1\ II',... 111'1".... Via, (i pax Co. '' tCiad |ITB aitcj 1'1..1 tl"'t NO ::1. "llHiilllll, V. IjANIKKA. southwest corner of Township TwentvvlKht <
    I'AClriC IHSrOKMKU 1..1"1., " '(11,". ",111 h.." 1.I.h. ..........01. :\ : to | Hou .h. Rn.nn ThirtytwoJ2
    I....".. '''''''''' r,....... foil t fII" C14 1.\\,,, II. Jc."I.... ', .'...... "cI. wo'I, .611I7.11:11: mild Ma."nil.' .1..1"IN A l II.Bhould IDIO, .bi'to I'olifttllUtei.\.liod.xhollnr/ ' ) Intolii.tlal W. F WAIKKKAttest TINIlAI: ( >, Thirty-three (83))., and Thirty-
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    ( I SI S ( .'r'Wl1BLI' Y'I.; ;-1 :" r O\\ :! : > :: iiY'1 : .' load( 4IYKK8TKKKT., : Clerk. lour (SO. .Kaal to (lie (Houth..a.I.lrn..tot
    : ,jj' :; : : : I ( : ll i, InlKKllM: malntvtmn:": 10:I'll: :i mnl' Hililuc* I Mult, 'let, : J. U TnwiiHhlp Twenty-elKht Z8) Houth.
    .. ...... ,.,.. . II.nd XX hit her .,......''A Hlioilld. IBHIIK ,In thn.inn.unt The board havltiUT' canxii)4i4d the
    'l'h. " ,11'0' "' .H .. .", III. ,,,,''d .loMit' H C ..eI"| 'I. n>..I. liiitntti-d. 1 bv la* Kanxe Thirty-four Kftst, thenceNoi'tii
    ':. : ' i''I.:;' 1 i '" 1': i: "'; : . liOHIll' .I'I'WHS A.SMI. ', -', .H." (III .tainnxidH of In tl-IWiimoMI K.Ud' ",dl,, trl for<.t ,,"IHIX an.l,Itiu'IInd I-.T-aaIi.ll.ixxH .mad.lh c-K-cllon; ..returns folloxxliiK' us' order provld.d, tox.ltV by aliMiir tliw U4 boundary of.
    in Knoxvillc ell- 1V 1-JII 1I <1 *. Nil, l 111 J14.J \ I'... 'II. Inuiatii, f. ii' |irlNiin4K : 1 11,uo" : : i: ; OH.--i-la county to tlici, of InKinnliiK. -
    N the .... fruni iliwicU'C" ,1.I't.
    (' ,,ily p\wybody lo ,1"1'0..111" uhHli.' i. Jt' KdiiHiM. bo coni -' A. I... All..... anil due I ,* "linn. Kail-, .BiiiinIn IIIK f i nm tin* IVIUIIIH \ b.r.* thi returns' '.
    tuilroucl know (' ;- i Ml tul < d l iiitrr a <"i-l.il U'UKl' "and" I'.. 'I'unijui lit . . _ of tin liiKpintum.. anil clirikviftin tlon fii-lil <>n tho llth day! .if Miitcli:: :, AII .
    pi-opta 11'' L ll 614ii
    peciiilly : : : hi-n-lnaf- tl. J. ,
    Itt'id.' .,, 1 IMM/41-rt: / ,,?;.l") u tto-t'tu' i. bnii/lH' > 11. I 1111 i na let v cu.* for J,I xai'hum ptecinulH In mild ComuilKtniu ItUtt. within tilldlslllct, .John H. <'i anil O\.rl'e..l.
    tain F. 8. Pally for tWI.lvc'I'IU; :" : ml" of i-iiH'1, 'n mild .1 bv 'In* Hoaid of County CominlHHloiici I.. in-i ii orilvr "
    fUni l at.IJIH' Uti ik. i !noTl(4' . ". Ijil.lx.iininH( "' .....i..jr.-. ; it u t XIM.-K : : Ktl | "I.rl"C
    jUHHenter. ( agent for: tlie! Nor. IlilldM. hl||iu '[I,'MlillM Wvl<> lll)0llllI | -. n...,..' Ili4i ''I'I"t, ;,>u".fu.bl"I' nw| r.illoxxB cniicullill ,.,I.'.itl-.ni XXIIH aH7. x-l.lt'n of \xhlill. for s .if: cisiiili: (.N.iiiit\ at 'aHpiclal I th., r..ul of i in* '-| ; ffioes ...I ,111. H > tii'tiiini f "," *,In IttMuniKe. of liointf* fn tli<* nmiiutit ofI j in.'ctIIIK of MUc.li "Uoaid rallc-d I Uf ..M Ihcrn 1'ucilx" rmlioiicl with local \> Ml I.V4I II |||NM 4 llll K. lit Wlll4t' 4-ll-C, itiv4nu- . ; .. .-. -1..It..H'. IA
    I !tl rii 'IIIKI" (MI. for 1 mix' lim ..t't.iln' mndK for that fiiirioHi| *. ifii4l j IK.
    "4'11, \f.. : I'ioticl jl-'ilnd. . _ 187 14 I : 11' L .1) Kn-Ml Ilr. I. Iopl
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    In X'hutlJlnoolt'lI unit .*ttMial, .of I'n cunt' \n' I KldHliuiiM" i ,1 i: I t Inc.:: ). I. I'lftltnii: .: :, *> |;o'{ lit Ha, Id dlKtlli't. 1 I < i''I \ cil 342 x'n'i'HiilliNti.i \ Wliiri-as thu Hoard\ ofjfouinfCointnlnHloii41 Mi Muiimll |
    l.i. |,': '. II. M K .iJr. II. N :II, ;.ill., .11; In-; Sliiiial' I'uli. . ..'u,," s _. 121".1' ..\ I'liHtltlltlnu 'Hlild .11,11'1 lit Into H haic* f4>utnl tlijtl a inajitrftyof I'.I: I .il'r .I' "I :i-atfUt-Hted:: .I.i; : 'i bonrd, toluiv I
    ficein St. Taul. :Minn. HI".I.| ., : IIK| "I.;'Mill Mailr. 1'1.,1 kI 'I' X '|.|)| '' (. H '1.14 I IIH .11'IH lt Hlll'XX i "" pi-ilal llnadmd Ilildul" "'''I'kl., I hiMitis cast at said i-l.-itl.>n XV.TC"In '* a HIII \ .. mini** .f Die road front
    account of al! fulling I ,li ,in..I \n J. >Mi,, ,i 'U' i ',i. ,1 l, ,KM .1 Di. ( i.lliiulnu\ ; ; l.alan.: ::iy \larili: 1'i" I ltd fi-n' ( In. ,iBHiinnii, ,, 'of linn.IB ,In tinniuiuiil litvor of c-riattnr such illHtilit. Into live i-iilial, 1 to)"St. loud anil from Mtdim.I .
    On crenel '1'mi i A u lining., ,, HI, I ,I- TIK.IIIinspi i.tn-li.l' HKIIHI. .. f43.H, auto II '' ol fl ;HI.(i UU: 'lor pavlllK 1-1"t' a bp.-ilal I loud and Hl'l.lKi* 1 OlMtrlct, anilIHHU lu tli. tr..vard county line, 'alxoi '
    health Captain I'ulty11;. foi..coil' th 'i I in ,HIM! i i' I l.t, imMin. ..lilJIT. < .I :,t. *M ... Iml" 1'01" ::1.! I'nini.l, ,i-ll H Kfitluli I \ *J. Nt. i i7i 'M |ifill tux i limit Hhoxxd niiUiiiu, '" a m.ijoitlx for i'oiiKlltiitliiHT fro ith.* ..on..lru'II"" 4if r4iadi' .. and tti.tt *.pec.IdCMtlonM .be pr..I.II..1| MO tli"rl
    "discontinue\ lieU\e wolk and fur thepast II .I. "M "IBIT" ""I. .I I M 'I.MI.I.. .I. Jit II <. ..T t'(.. 110, i:oil':, ', i .It :d I I,I viiti i ': iilftttUt. : Into a "Siiei'lal::; 'Uxmd and lirldKi...c in said district ns ik-nct Ibidi work 'inlKht .ti be dflaytfU .. ". I'I
    hai lit ,making hix I I.; Illiiivlt" Ili-"pi i ,ti,I s, .mil., .I I.. Mtiri' ) 111. *| I JIHUI 4-.I H. |.. til. liiidwi dlHdlx" and' 1 fot the IBHIIIIIII., i pi-tlllnii.I ;
    few yenm" en Mull. i !,"i I 10 : f.Jll.ivv I Inn Ulilaiii-iH; :; on ::. "tl.I..I., ;.ih 1 | 'II I, .I l.onilH In tli* amiiutt-t of 11 ft" IIH" (Mlfni I"'N": then-foi... II Is ordi-ri-.l by' ( heI IFI I6UU depiumliiaUonHMIHHTH I b''
    homo in KnoxV-ille, whole he numbers CM.i in i \i; ii. \\ hltl''.... v i :. iiiNHII I !" ': pax inv 44 Main imnlB In Haul' ill- I that I thv rollo"ln.rlb..d. and' '
    It Illxln' I I ,,I.I,, of 2IIII XOt.-H thi-te, belllKT 1 x.itiH I to-wlt b.. and 'Id hen'bv c on- \V'I. 1..ld. havlltK '
    ITIIKS .1' I' In. lllHJIl I'tilKIIIK | \n'rlll ti"xiniio .. $ '8 K' I territory filed with .. ., '
    -
    his fttendb. \ by his acquaintances. Heis .1 ...II "KiilHoVn., <.1..11! i K. ,rini'" gentleman of" the old 1'1"1,, I No. 7. lliiNHllihi,, I. VN I I': 101..1. ,.'u..1. _ "" p' 10911i: 4'1 I 'I Inx'oliF fut eacli pi.i" '('net bi liibr nil'''trlct Number One (11.) KlnnlnK' at wan.nKln..r.read In open board by tha ,
    irenial
    a kind I'nil<.rlnll. .C. i.: .liaiilelx., \\ II \\nlli- itoid r-ind: - siKoad > f.llllXXBI'nclml the North Kast corner of Township .clerk.m. each of them Mr ..
    f th.
    ,1"1" ,>..11.U I'uli Kund! _ _ _ 151 I Hilld dlntrlrt' Intu a Spi-ilnl. . Unild. ((14 Thirty-four ..:....C. beltiK th.. North W'II.that he, had had > ear of e. prlence '
    him. The following1 inU-rcxtlng elatemcnt !l'ii*<''lnft' No; '.<. !..,kbH.... 4 \v ,Pit., I M 101.1.. N.I; 1 _ h' __ _. . "211.! 4fiS nd, 11'.1.! ... lilKtrlct. and for the IBHU.iiiii '' 'Kast corner of Osreola Count> Htateof ,. and nur' that he could' Klv Jsatisfaction.
    made him to th.Jl II Cii: )' ,.leriInxon. '''H.rA.| .<.. l If. N.; .. S d. . _ r.2:1' "f "I""I':" :In the aniount of lir.n-' Florida J thence' Wr .I..o alonK the ..I Mr E .U l.eslej chairman .;1
    was by in pei-sop IIIKI ft i.: \\'I IIIIK. '< l.-l k ..<. S. .ll. :No; 3 _ _ . . s<*7 44 i o for certain I nutdx I In BaldiliHdlrt North boundary of countyaforesaid of the board to jKlv
    the Tanlac reprcsentati\e: .l'l' <.<.lint. Nil 11I..1 \V liiiii.l.| ..11. IIU -<. H l >. :No. 4 24241'1 1S i 24xntiB. AKIllnnt HlllBtllutitii to the North Wont corner of I the board some : It ,
    I /Ilinioik, < TiillUiiii, fiiHii4. i'tniKHliel .. K:: "U. :No; S .. . _ _ lit" 77 I ; Kiild dlHttlit. Into n 1 vpiclal, Kuadnd Township T : 486) Houth, would coiit to "r.r.wJ ''
    "I am (HI! years old and alwuy op- '11 \ l'nlt..lI. i'I, rh'thi . 1 4. tv H. N;... G 122 71 .., Krldure I'iBtrlrt and for thi. 'IRKU-I Han-re < 1) ; rr.no"n" Bast, thence to which he replUd : '>
    - - oc.
    .MX M r II. 1."r.:;, ..,.,, It 1'1" '"'1" I.... < | im'i of .bonilH' in thi.* amount of 'H.- South alonir the \"cern boundary of bout Application filed .
    joy<-d good health up to about r"r. II,,' .....11..1 ..11..1 .., It'...1 I h", I h.. Total, . _ 23(141( .17 I : '' HI' foi; pax! ;Inn cii tain roads 21 In Bald said Township (. miles th'nc. the 100.00.be punned upon at .x
    when I suffered. a nervous 1<1 It t.. .1....." .\ ...."(.1". '.." ..nl.1 tn...., ''n .Ih...... I,..It.1oI I no furl hi.r bUKln.Hs li.tori ... llBtrlif 8'i xotiB 1 hroxx; n out votes south-westerly to the meetlnK. the chairman .tutur.. to ,
    years ugo ,.. '""111I111.... UII 11... ..31 h. .141 h "".1 :.1 h tin. hoard. ujion niuhin' of A I,* I 'I'li-ilnct; No: 5 Crali\ CriiBH for conNlltiitlnK Wor\h Kast entry of the canal loadlnK take the matter up- with others enitt- "
    breakdown and my gfiieialhealth ..r A..rl'. '. 'n"d ....k,... 11"11I t.. ..I""ltlt.II" llitHH Hicoii4jid. by ]II V. {..anler, and i l Raid iltfttrlct into .,I h.peilalII..ml ; I F2ast rake' Tohopekalltta In a and Ret tticures on i
    IH' .. .I..rln ,' "I'n..' cor ''''''''11'II. inn, ,"I..I'. tin* .linniil ndj.niin.-d. lo nii-i't ', and HrldKe !lilxtrlft, mnl', for tin* I Westerly direction to I.kt To- n."r .p"clcaluna. |
    gradually failed me. My prin..i"ultroulle .... \\ h. " 111""; .I..hh I< l'1 IK I" n. in Manh 14th I'Mii.! In H|>**I'l.ilK. I' 'I lusiiarne of 'ootiilH' Ift thi. 'aniount ofI1 hopefcallfra, thence alonfr c-ast The clerk and read In >fl j
    was indigestion ami catarrh. ""1,1 Ih.' I..... ". I.. mnk.: 1fir.." "". ."HKll.ll til ('llllX IIH th.' II-UIIII8 of till 1 r."oll.HI. fill!' pa v hitf, ti-llaln Iniuln In.. bank of said canal to Inke TohopekaII board preHvnted Mr U. ItVoiidatl > ,
    "".. ."." ", ul\.." ..r I V lilt"". ........".1-.1I. I.onI\ l.-illon ( or ConitnlHHloni-r; s dl ', win! dlMrlil (II I xoti-B .\ualiiHt ii.ti- it a. thence In a southerly direction open\ atifl 1..I..ra ks M In
    hut nty whole sysU-m seemed to 1 1..* .... I., II \ "a"l. ,. .. .,,,1 ,",,'10'(1. I h..y li..I. t ;No; ::1. mid' to traiiHiut HIII h oin.i i lilutnittmd I district Jnln .i Spi i-lnl alonK the melnd..rln/I of the east which the asked the bontd J.hn..ton.to rescind ,.
    )
    ..1..1: .. ,,1..1I1t... 'H." "". ,, ",1 II... "I..de liiiHln. H,, IIH mill hi 101111. In.fort* tliiin' c'all for bond eleitlon and Klve JO days'
    out of shape. :Vy ,' >n
    got so bad I couldn't, Met, .p at night J ,.. .I..." 1'1.11. ,, "11.101. r.., .\ .1. I I. nxfislr.' I. CKik. I IKI ":a..h or u,.. .... .Uel..n twlnK ,.r..", i
    I I" I. "Io! "h." ; II" "II" ,'nt m...'.' ',. 'm'nl. Ih.. re-
    and' always aflei cnting; I would suf i "".... .1\ 11..1.. 1II."I.j ,II1111"" ', t n. Itol" h 14. 1 ! t f '1'1,.. 1..1\\ 1.,1< . . H" '", H..... fer so from inilicrchtiim and, heaitihum ,. '" III ..II'! r.., ,.. ,,1.. "ulIl' .' ",.,, In' ( )"nd ""k.."fl..H..1'0 .b.r.r.'' 'n'I'I,
    that 1 felt .j just like thcie \\ I 'int. | i"'K, 1,1 1 ,, full I..mil ' '' '' : ,'Ic'
    coal of lire in my stomi.ih Mv Mi s: .| '|' |, n .,|.1"| u' ,1' I,, full, i'. .\ : :" '::;;:,: Vi ,: I'.;:; i; ; X I : 1 '01' tlii- turn lic'inoxe can supply with ."t'r.. '0 "",u..lr. ,
    II.. I 1..1..1. | .. ..|, .1 'Hi. in' to -'ill.-' ill,.. B""H. ". ."'",, '1'11")1., ) \\ I" \\ ..II" :; you ",' .ml".. ...... ..YO.IK" TI""nl PI"Ith. 'j
    hearing and \ision wei' .ilso affectedI !. r. .i tin. v ,ill', \ i ,iiri tti .mil i inM. I "", "11"",,,",,, .' "h" ".J..1. 1111.." ". ..'1'0 and HI"", .. "I') 'th."HkIlh,1. . of
    I consulted sexetal I ductois heie inKnoxMlle 'I,11,1. 'I 1' i ,,1""mi.,' I , I I.. i"i.'ill' "I "nt' lu ,,, 'h.' 1".1., i.II.1 .1 I. "" 'H"'.'" ..1',0 "hl'h, ," " m"II1..r." "H r..d. I
    .nl\' 'I 11'0 1 1 < niitt.i, fill, "IH. i ,,1. .milt oJ. i I I. .ind. .,iinljtMl ''' 'I. hl"rol. "rcl. ""I Ih."lul.' h'lnll' n4 ,
    and oilier titles iml lhe>" ,,1,0.' tllll, t Ih. "It Vtlllllll ll, til.IIIII ., i ..r"h.. 'i. tnIn "" .f. tin. i.101". Water-Soluble] Potash '' li\ <...""H..I. ...d Ihlll Ih,'
    I .,11,1,11-1, , h.] ll ll\ llllllllH., : VII. hili. I ."Id, mi 'flu' 'tltnI'lll ,I.. . d Mini, .11. \ I coulil\.1 not prunllioiul .. .1'I..d, of tlmi' <.nuliiHon
    helped me tonsidiiably and I finally .d '"'. ill,"! 1111 ..".- 10 tin viilliln. . I II.,IIIIII r".,. III., pUll'| '';'' ..I I di .t..t"iiinit ..lit.lion. riir ,, filed. with
    1 could around but home t In I ill lift.I Hill 11, !"} II"I I .11 .IIItli wh.'h..I ( ''"11'1'' t dlBtl 1 Ilt !\0' . .itilinuK if t In. boardTheri
    got so J go: inittii" iiiinii \ !" -t 1."dltl" I I" ....istunt, d into a VMM| 'i.d| I Io .OT \\ .\ MS I.OVG' AS IT LASTS | b*.liitf no furth..r hu..(ness toIM
    how I just couldn't feel ...ight'and i I I ;IHN s. I ...;..,.ll \,\ "IC"L., I ,;: I .IIIItniiitil >{ d, "ii' 'L I Iti t'ttr*' IHFtrl"< 1. andvh.lht I I I \1 fliHpoMi' of 'tin. ailjourntd timi

    could at night which mademe I :: : : 'Ihi::: lioird::II"'i'I"'I:' : : ;'I : Miilim; i :tin'flit . boiidK," ,InXbw, amount' of flr.MUMMHi:(: :I ,,:; f:.1:.1pit Ihiv, iv the* mcivt inl.C..tl'l-: nouncement. made in regard. to ...1 t mi' tin. tut ,iln\h.rl...r.rII.| A U..
    got sleep .
    I l.l.| H I I ll |lll ,III I 1 \ in u i ni i In i o'dv nhould I JSK" i, ] In riKUlin' He.HHlonK
    and nothing I 't ..1 III I.Ill, Of n"" l I''" I \ .]1,11., In In.Hill. Ih. ii on. h.i\\iih bi < n .1.,1".1 ,In. Hiiil.tisli I lorida feitiliationmil- the be innm*; of the European v.ar Ul I. I. ; .
    awfully SL'"lllrm.I'
    nervous 1'"' Ih. .., .1.." ..r .111'" I'' '''. ,,, ,.1 .,,,10. t.- I to t4boird'. tb' boa id, pr" an.1 l with of' thi* .\ttcxt .1 I I. o\rntriket. .
    it custom
    is in keeping out bemfr in > in-
    would cat deemed to agree with me. H'I'., IpllollH' I.. I... illH' ''"''11"... ll, .llpi till. 4 '.'.d. "ll I O I .I I V HHN 1 lit' I t "I'IIH i"odlrs . --- -- -
    .* .iKiin i .r Hi.. 1 l.iii.l: 'I'h.. .... ..r 0... 11.1'tlmi i II x 1', . (luvtlj'.
    "I began: .rcadinir: about thit Tanlac .I '1'1 I ii' .In.ml 1 tnitiutti 'l tin. oJ. .1.lll I.. .I", 1"0., : r"I1"" "

    when firHt here but did not ,II.| '.I |.III I .lift if Ih. ,,111"1.11..ll. V .,t. I', '::11.. t Nil 4 "" ''n"., ..,,, I ..'
    you came mil' 111 ,K. 'Is fi.i I..ii.I" .1. t i. .i 'li i '. t tI '.' ('1( 11"111" " _.",1 ,to.II 101 I"" '
    decide to try the medicine until I I 1" i- i..In. t *. I H-lT, I. t N.. '! I""pr.| I ,III ,'.1.1I ., ,,,'I'i., 1.1: ,,,I .: .' I "t ,. IDEAL FERTILIZERS Political nts I
    I I I''h.I I .11. I . I"ML, 1 .l. I.I I* III. If.lll., .11,1 r. .,' "... I..H...."..... .r h"I..I I" ".. 'i Announcer
    talked with a friend. of mine who had llllX. f.'I., f I ', .... U.I.. I II-I I II, ' .I III llI ... ., ",,,,".1 ..f ;.,, "",, "" r. ., '"'' I.." 'I
    used it He said the I II" i t I II".III t" th. | I '' |1''. I' l .IIIIK I 1"-> I.. ", , ,".h ," ..1 ,.trll' 242 , ,' have for I 11al.u.r-.nl U 1'>' re>pre sented the l best and mo,..t comftti -
    actually it was "..I t -. .. ."" "., <"" IIt" ,, ,,, ".. ," .1I"rl. I"' '
    best thing he had e\tr taken, and '1"I li. i I 1. !, |1""n ", .1 , I 1"" I "", ,1..1 1.1: .11,1, :II.k.. I'\H'\ ". te line I...,n.l-," ,I. II,. I.oil.I. f..1. tin, ii 1'1." ::11,1, ro,' ''I.. """ ''O" ..r .......1.. I" h. rtoxxiis of I Ininlii, and this trying penod DEAL FKK*,
    that was sufficient ptoyf" for me I till, tin. I",." .. liixint., ,, fin., ,im, .llx, pis' ". .1,.1I .. .".." ", ..( f 1 :." .""",,, r", "", ,' 1,1.: . n"w"n .I, --
    II I I s'lllltl, "II Hilt t Uppl.iXi.., plstnlIllllllls ':11" ".,, ,I .I ,, .."tol '' '''' 1'1. :I !' .., 1I1I/KKS sue (loinj-- impo.. (jriMnff unlimited At the soluitntion of- friends I
    "I have finish, th, Ii"t bolt I,' my
    just / .llllll'KM 'till. .. ..1''. I illllll. Hill.. ..1'. ,,,., ..,, "I. .. .
    and came here this ii/uning not onlv *..iii-.r ii im" ,pionf, thii tt xx us ii. i. KHIIIX , ",, I .. ::1 ', .01. : ...." .. loTSJ content and all IIJIASI( 1 is strictly WATKK SOLUHI KK.'O hereby announce m> self a candidate ;
    th.lt this i .irl\ II i ,iixnlx.i,, p IH*.' < .., :t r.., ........" 111'' '' ..,,,1.1 .11... 1 ;
    to buy the second bott4r7 kut to \tell 4 il 'th. tn fin. fmth.i I i HiKfil. i illotiMl <' <" for County lommi".ioner from District .
    : ::'I. 'a ; \\.1, : .1'i\;: ; ;: : ;; : : "
    \\llll4-' \\illlllll- 'l''|.|1'< 'II. ll t.I full, . ,,, ,, No 5. elected I
    you just what it has done for me. I Ibe 111. 1..1, III.I M .It..I Ihllt ll. UIMllllIllllil ." "... ,, ''',,,, ..r 'H." ".""", r.". ...n 1I1 1916/ WI.1: 1 Fn I lTf I AM VISE I pledge myself I

    menls from the tli., 1.1"' ,.. 'niiss, 'K Isslniin., ,,. .1111" ..n.'. '" ".. ..I IIIH'IO'\, '1.1. .. .to faithfully discharge the dutie-i
    pan: enjojmg my Am ::1 1 to 1", A P. A., ii to H' Pot. !5 to d'r .
    h..e, MllS-M II til., " "1" \Mllllllxviiiilil 1. ''" ; WHt.-801 ,
    III. I :' ' ;
    first few doses My nervousness is I I pion.'. .I hnir .1 l In \i.| us* HM. :: ,, "I.j": :.,::: ;.'r .. 'j ::I..i. .: : 1 :.\, : of the office J. II. WALKER. '

    ;I:: ll..II| III.-, ;II.: ,ll.l I IllCtl, "III. tl-ll: AirlllliiniH : n ".. r.., 'h.' '''''"'''.. .. ..( ....".1" In II,. I OLD> I FlU" II ,\NI VINE MANURE I\
    and I like child and
    Tone can sleep a \\ t.i fiilo' mill.I' up' \\ith .11"1 "r fH'II., ." r"r 1".11.. ... IIE1 I FOR SHERIFF
    always wake in th" I1HII'l1inlI"'udy i lli.!. utt ,. ,, .v fin tli.h'i I,,i.ii.I: ; 11.1 ,1. Unit, '' '." .t.1 ,IIH".I" .. :t ".., ." I Am '! to4' , A. PA., I to H' Wat-Sol!. Pot 10 to 11', I II .
    up : ji. t fun I I.i .U ii :i ,.,, ;, :.t,7, 1""..., :. I herc-hj announce my candidacy

    'Tor breakfast and feeling(: .refreshed. i .. :Nolan; ,n II..II.IK I"inn.t ..UH..r n M I',mil K Xicu.tit Vx. U i. ',iax-xxllhVilhur I .\: : 'I :; 'I":" ; 'I' :;i'::, ";;;;" 1 ','::1.:: I ('11RKOKKK 1'KfIT GHOWEKAV. for tho office of Sheriff of Osceolaounty -

    I am very fond of onions, but was almost -. f.illl., "1-4 "11" "..H U .\ UlllnW: xxllhII "' " ...,,, ., II I..tt.., r....." I.' \I '
    afraid to eat them because they stnnfoid ami, .1 I / KiliiiHiin. as 11,11., ..'. ,,1, ..r ".d.1 .1.1.", I" " "" I A T.'S MIXTtTKE, : NO 1 ( subject to the Democratic .:
    :
    iillitl.K' I'I' l-.irti-i ..lell. -. .I Crip" :-;.. ". III "hlo-h I". .'.'1..1 Ihal II,,, SIEn.\ Primary If I am honored l hy the r
    always disagreed with me so; I could lilt mnl .liiKh, II Ki.l."Klli-.. ix in.-lies. "" ,... ..1....".... II..,... ..n I h.' I'.."..". I
    I milt \\ ( I tl.tnklliHwith .1 I \\ ail.-. Ihll' 'I'r,' W"R ....I ""fTh I..t. 01. AMMOMIMIOMMI \TE FORMULAS \'ou'r. of this county I promise t !
    taste them for hours afterward.. '_ I '1'1I'k..r u ml Jo: C 11111..,.. UK Kur.lliH. ,.....H.'I I.. n.t n8 ",,,... ,, '
    .. ..... . .,, and nnyotlu-r analyses to meet needs. devote all of my time and energy
    ate for dinner the other and ,, \* i i e xanilii., '.1 anil 1I1.I.r..t| T..t..1 2 1. T..I..I 0'" r..r your t !
    one day
    "l'4imliiii. ilulnm of i.: II h.inn.11 nnd HlIlut'1' < ....Id dl.., 1''''' Int.. .. ,,',' the duties of the office and to enforce j
    it agreed with me perfectly and I Kill-It *M-MHloill X*. ,.t I* I '' 11I1".-., XI lill ""- d r'' n '' r I Our N;"W l HtaloKUi "II I.. r. adx' soon Write to IIA.
    I .:: ir"i.\: :;:: : ;: ;::1 :
    |.1'.1 I.shirlfTB" fiil bill i if .prlMnni.rsxtiis n o ;. ,,,. all the laws of the without partiality t
    felt no bad after effects whatsoever.I 4-xatnlniil. approxiil" mid, ordtredpnUI "Ii".("'" 011 ror '" ,' < ,...rlnlll r........ In stat
    tell I am beginning to feel like .."Id dIHtrl..l. :42. TO'A' ..I.. .. nln..1 Wilson & Toomcr Fertilizer Company and to the best o my ability. !
    you th.. board that 'o".lIlulll1"hi dl.'rl..1 111/0 '
    Tim i I.'Ik Infnm-inl ( HI'0'1,1 L. M. WHIDDEN.
    a different man and am always going Mr. H I II. DrlKKers had Inn vi rfilck \' Hou.d Anlf Brld.... 1'"Hcrl"l." "".!. rurIh. aauf..tu..of I>K\I. FKIITILIZKH* t
    had an operatlun 0 and ,, ns nut .. I..uan.... or I"n.,,, Ir, th.. Amount of oftla ,
    .to keep this Tanlac on ,hand It has able to work at pr4-H-nt' : wh..r"upon Impurtersi. FOR SHERIFF I
    <.e. io, Mlratf of tvtlm .. Pertlll. Materf.il'
    the board fnHtrueted theclirk to draw .. Al .
    .
    'jrdon-8 me m'ore good than anything warrant for U"o In hi.! favoi'. Important papers sent from Ur.lrri Jn Hprny IOK Mac "la."J la.rctlrldri. I will be a candidate for the office

    'else in the medicine line 1 have ever draw The tho board following Instructed wHrrantswar tW' clerk lo- lish army headquarters and Eng'I'1 o JCK 0\\ ..I.E F.... Sheriff of Osceola county at the 1.

    taken. I certainly do recommend .tl lant for $9766.8 in fnor of tho AlIIBIIIH camps arc often carried by. primary in Juno and solicit the
    support -
    l'a'lnK C'o, IXir work on brickrood I
    to my friends. It's' really remark to clatej AJ CV U.. Hy" Company for motorclclists., ,,, : . <' \ s,.,',, j, of the Democratic voters. If'

    able. .' 1767i3 fur fr.*lBlif on 'brick! K." U. _._ .___ . ' ,. "... ._"._ _. _h.. _ _ "_ __" .- .
    Ramsey. "7.63 for c.oniintsHlons on ," : " elected I will p-ive my; entire time ,
    Tanlac is sold in KisBimmee 8
    exclusively \\nrk to date. attention ',
    to the duties of the
    appmrid In furithi'IK :
    Vlr M 1 12 .1.\.h..nA
    by J. Z. Roberson and in St. in nl ami' .iiri-x.nt.il. l.lllx for .1.-! JAMES II.

    Cloud by the Seminole Pharmacy inurriiK.", on lulik uhkli niattir wan 8:111.
    i..f-Tiid to l hi* iittormy fur tin. board "
    Adv. I'pon in.ill.Hi. .j.'tn.'I' \' I.iinli:: :r i coiiil,1 : ; : b FOR CONGRESS ::f fI
    it
    li\ 1 ,iunB 'I ,iinil i nrlf-cl tin' Try yourself
    i li'rk wan In"lr".1 In dniw j '''''i hereby announce my candidacy ''i
    unit fin' If. on In fa\iir. nf i ilia l llnlhaMII -
    \ for "' ..Inl..n'''in... for renomination 'a* Representative i
    of the I'll.- r..I1.] ." IIIK", lillnl ,,'ir \.iuiiii.. ilnpproxid .
    Proceedings . mnl oril-r*.d iuil'1n in Congress from the Fourth Congressional

    I. I.I.Mil.X I..Olllllll*.* l4lll.. .IK .. I miIn :, if you want personal and positive information District of Florida )
    \' l.itnler i oiiir A. mil. .iM'", no lubjc .
    .\ K ItiiHK iiinir, A. uitli-iiK"' I' onTi : \. to how delightful Prince Albert to the action of the
    County Commissioners 'rimliill, A ml nil a
    Y.IUIIK riniil < KI
    \\' f Vialkrr ninir At nil 1,1I Hi no ) really is, smoked in a jimmy role into mary to be held on June r. 1916 I
    .1 I 12: HIIKH. JiiniturJohn '," III'< \ pip
    shall make active
    I 1'\ ,IN. Klipl ,I' KIt fn no t the best makin's cigarette !Il us a cumpail as t

    II Iniftaiii i'a n. nf Jill 1- '." the duties of my office permit ,.
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    *> Hoard of ( *uiiiit\ "III1I11I".lolI""H" !M !Mlltph *'. Jililki" Ci> ( '( 2:i Hi.'n For Prince Albert has a I appreciate. to the fullest extent.
    in and fur >HC<.ola "uUIII \' in..I mi l IH. John S Culol. \. attx fur lio.ir.lSaoui. \ q,1 wone message. the rendered ;
    above' 'dult I IH i 'In IIIK, in neii t l lJ < :; I :M.mtHilii.\ .u. inaintT B <''> of pipe-peace and suppott md luring the
    **. lf\ f hnlrmun: H \* I anbr fl. M I Iw I'll. ttuilnts Ill 'nil peace ever last primary. and I sincerely. trust
    ItaHtt. YOUIIK 'I'11Ilall.I', r \\ ulk..r. I :M ::111..1..1. iirnntM ' In nil man. It will revolutionize smoke
    for the board. and. J I. O'r"l1 "d. : .Tarn. .ClitiiintH. iniilntMlNH > nil and ideals. The patented fixes
    continuation of
    process a .
    t I*rk nn<1 auditor .\<111 I"'wl IM. inalnl :r. nil Mime
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    itnilrmnn. 'a.ml the inViuit"*'H of. I In- l.intiiifftinK I'rank 1 PHIM: , "tnaliitFt r. "" tat
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    t" of 'h. ''Ninit" ( 01.I "I I / ,11,,l ..,M, ..Dj I ,,01. i .\ \ ', ., t aiiti. ,vrtp-;? back and ponder why you kept away :
    j"..r-. .it .1, th. "'"N Lli I I .i nl. i i,,| i.nilIf : I I" >. t.. i. I i.: ,rI I inI t
    It < '" n.P. i . .1 I. ,,, tb. I I... .idMlid I t. I I I.ll 111" I III. III! Ill ip" I 1..4 I Ili from such joy'u smokings for long a time I .
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    1h.. . .li, ,l, ,I \ but 'h.. 11' 'Ih \ I H.1\ ....I t rI) I I. II ,.'.. nn I I 1,1. ,InIi Men, we tell.you Prince Albert is all we claim ,
    I.I:, t III i : ll'i 1 l "I! "I1" !I" I" ,I ii HiuLin' ., .
    on a<.<.itunt nf t Ih.> "in in in. KM ..r ttip0rl \\ i I I..h' 1 I..,x,i in,. i on.l \\ in !U '. '." h for it. You'l understand how different "
    ..II..nll."H IIH0 n ppi oprtnt hmn ofMr < '.ill \\ ..] ".t'. ,in:i,1 I xsuikI IN ii >" II jut E. J
    ..r".H. ..) dIHIII'I.. I 1C 11. \ .. in'. i o.id, xx i,i UIllllll 1,1111 our patented process makes Prince Albert P. T HAG A R D ;,
    Ii' A K: hfiiiiHM I HpiM.ir*',1 b for-; XX "". "'!I.I X* 111,'I, It; ;,11I '
    ;. the board nnd pi em-nti d a 11.pot t of I T Militinmi toail, x\ml I. .1''; i." quick a you smoke itl I of Marion County ,,1'
    the Kalr commit II.( *... of t Ih.. fatr at'Tompa t.' 1.: tuiiiti-lH. rniiil nnd Orlando, nnd I"I.* 11:v i'r* d toth 1 .Lofton road xnik, ixr tiiini. :n in" CmnJiJmtm f- ;
    board: a *'ouchor : l tin Sout bKlorldn : 1 c'hanillir. load wot'kI _ 1 K nn2K Bay PrlM Albert mefrrmkm tmlce U MtU,
    Kalr and rinapni" 'Ilia (itrnlal' K ( ;Join road' xx ork / Ml ,oppy r.d to,.. S,, ,,Jr .'1?. IDI STATE COMPTROLLER \
    for 1118 00 nlHii pr....'.ntnd a bill f i'orr> Noah. II. nn. tt i mi.I. xxol, k ::,01,11 _und and half pound llx I J .ftmmj .
    the. fair nt Turn pa. foi' ilrax. .i. .. i. !In Ih. 1".1"11' I \\' nK4MIlllkH. IItialrs "- ." -. .hnwntdort uiitkf nmm mmimtmmmt tmm* im III* _*l J
    Amount of II1&5 : wh.'reupon the lerk on C'o xx.iifonCoi 2 I r.1) that *. Ihm tobacco .tmtm ftimm mii-Hliiiil.
    waif Instructed to 1rnw a warrant In ,.,n., .i. lirnir :.st'ii-; acid t It \ J. Democratic Primaries
    "favor of A. IA Alt,'n. ttr' of th* Pair' I I': IlllHK l.'t l llOIINIM '. iiI) .
    Co for aald aniountUpon Kalr. HUpplliK, lo 1 U. n! 270Hfto I tU ranrM iU. W tM. *Mr MJ UsVM R. J. REYNOLDS .TOBACCO CO.. N. Y.mr Support Will s
    ft motion mnd** and "A 1',1..1. M \\ I ,1,., M.,- I., It (1V ink will mdrrmmf" J lr Wlt.-SI. c .d.
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    '.. 'f' ... OiOOOOOO..O..OO..O.. hundred avocations; the..-question' : ofequal ', ,'. .' ,r .
    ; i ; LETTERS' FROM : I suffrage has,passed tlto expert Three hundrM thousand',' infant greatly missed, In the '''community
    O K1SSIMMEE' 'S IlOOL ,:: t deaths 'occur annually' In the United *
    UCOLUMN! I mental ,age, It is possible for women where resided, and by all who had 1
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    - 0' HONOR.. States. Julia Lathrop of the FedralChlMren' '
    OUR READERS ROLL 0e to be wise as well as womanly.We communication v/ith him.
    t.v a I know"it is the business of women Bureau of Chicago (the
    :I. ..0 0 t 0 O.0 09 t..o cto.OO, ,""," .00- Every*noble life leaves' 'the fiber of 1 as niothers-, and housekepers to one effort of our government to pro. lie leaves a- 'mother, nine brothers! JI

    ':,. (Continued from' Page 4)) The; following pupils of"the Klssim- it interwoven into the fabric of the have' special knowledge of public tcct children), reports!! the baby death I and two sisters, also a' wife, and two

    ;nee public ,school: ,, haje Bat\ ,been world.-Ruskin. . work! relating; to children, schools, rate la five times'as.high: in the !/slums daughters to mourn ,his Ion
    Every dollar of it wilt ? :
    ey. go/to/ the absent month of a city i as f jn the prosperous sections "
    ' or tardy during the -, playgrounds and the protection of the From his Loving Wife and. Daugh
    roads, but not so with the bond} mon .
    ;: ending March 10, have made an average An Silent Influence. weak and young. .Politics enter the ters. .
    ey. Even the agitation of, bond! issue "The "
    /: a Luther Burbnnk
    , id the of ninety percent, or. more; in "Upjifted! in the"'market-place'ft' stood home in every way, In the water we says, vitalityof
    coating: county .money today their less'1''I the majority of the children, is so
    and yet we have not even voted studies, with not than A statue god-like in its majesty, drink, the gas we burn, the feed we lowered ventilation There are charming mixtures of

    l' { the b nds. After We do vote, there eighty-five per. cent in1' any subject, A form, august-imperial robes that eat, the air we breathe. .school by thpoor of 'colors in tulle frocks, for instance
    ..s and not lets -than. itinety-flv in,de Judge 'Lindsay of Colorado left rooms that they never fully
    ." .. will be a,continual-stream of money swept get over the.effect.' dahlia and blue, old rose and dahlia,
    paid our for this, that or the other portment. From throat ,to foot in long, abundant the Ford peace 'party tfor'of a month to Cannot every mother realize that it the only objection being" the quantityof
    study the conditions children in
    First Grade. folds tulle
    required.
    that will never reach the road. This ; is
    4 her ,duty to help the nation
    1 i* always the cae. Not so with the Eula! Allman, Virginia j)Bowen, ,Viola A noble head enwreathed in Victory's the war zone; He says, "More than, serve its,greatest asset and,stop con-this Charming and inexpensive Is. the
    4r_,:. special road tax. 'It is. handled Bell YowellEthel- Flint; Mary crown; : five hundred thousand children 'have wholesale of evening frock made of white and col-
    daughter the innocents:
    through the regular process and every i Naugle;, Emma B. Quirk, Ethel Join. An earnest look of purpose. high and perished for lack, of nourishment in President Woodrow Wilson said ored tulle combined. The skirt is very

    dollar goes direct to the; road.' : er, Mary ,Yates, Muriel Davis, Lena.Driggera sweet; the fighting countries, the children last month, "Justice demands that the simple, being a full white skirt with
    '_ ,. Zelma Benjamin, Nellie A beckoning'hand and parted lips, as have perished like flies; even in neui the full overskirt of colored tulle.
    \ We will take figures from principles of independence should be
    last
    _. your Gilbert, George Lee Singletary,'Emory oneWho tral Icountries the high price of milk vi
    ,week to show the high cost of the has been fatal carried out in respectto women in
    Harris Edwin Barnes John to' babies. -'r
    Les calls from strife and strees to
    bond ,the ._shortest possible and the
    system.
    ..
    : Erne;:evil ''Allman,. Roy C. Hullng, love and light. Last June and :July I four thousand earliest way

    Principal ; Walch, Richard Holtzclaw, A little ragged slave girls looked. babies were born in Berlin, German, Good News.possiblq'moment.Florida MUSTANGFor

    ..}...41... Year Retired Interest :Total Enoch Herzberg, Richard Bandy, amazedOn offspring of soldiers marching/: the
    ht $10,000 $15,000 ,$25,0002nd Paul Munger, Ralph Witz, Sarah that white v..tlnes9-del'yed l ; I front and young women whose 'patriotism .OOto ..OOtOoOOOOOOOtOtO+
    10,000 14,400 24,400 Duke; Elsie Schilder, Florence Ash- and passedTo : led them to consent to obey 0 Sprains Lameness

    3rd 10,000 13,80( 23,800 ton, Mary Frances,! Turner. turn again, lured by the potent :, the suggestion of the government and -0- IN MEMORIAM 0- Sores Cuts Rheumatism '

    4th 10,000. 18,20023,200 Second Grade-A. cbarm' I increase the population, though their -0- 0 Penetrate and Heal

    6ith 5th, 1\\>,000 12,6'00 22,600 Wayne Walling, Erma Tyner, Carroll Of sculptured purity and strength marriage was illegal and their off ..OO O..O OOooo.ooeo.oo.. Stop Pain At Once "

    10,000 12,000 '22,000 Maklnson, Athalia Griffin, Sarah ideal. spring illegitimate. "War babies," is In loving remembrance of Alfred ,' "
    ,7th 10,000''l1,4()() 21,400 Rexford, Margaret Dann, Ellen Cole- When next she came her elfin locks one of the atrocities of the atrocious Robbins, who departed this life. at For Man and Beast
    8th 10,000 10,800 20,800 2k.SOc.$1. At All Dealers.
    .
    man, Rhoda Lee Scott, Fred Gilbert, were.smooth war.If Orlando, Florida, February ,5, 1916.,
    1 91.h 10,000 10,206 20,200 Thressa Bronson/, Mamie Lee Johns, And clean the little slcnded limbs- women pjf all nations shared aged 49 one day. ;
    years
    :
    .1Ot.h0,000 9,600 19,600 Doratea White Aud- again equally with the national .
    Ruby Driggers, men responsibilities LINIMENTWhatlsltYourLandNeeds .H
    Total $100,000 $123,000 $123.000 He was a kind husband, a good
    rey Clark, Sernfino Finacchairo, Hazel And her poor garments showed the. ; the fate of the children
    father, and a friend to all,and will be
    I take the first ten years because I Nicks, Rufus Suhl, Bettie May needle's art. of the future would be brighter and

    contend that if you people would be Snyder.. Daily she sought that wondrous' 'irT- there would be no more "war babies." .

    content with the present system of Second Grade-B. fluence, -
    special road tax we can build in ten Clinton And thus the untaught child was {
    Bass, Glenn Benjamin, I I
    years all the road that you will build guided on :
    Melvin Johnson, Dick Makinson, Don
    with the bond issue and be out of Oliver, Hazel Bass, Rosella Cooper, To lofty purpose and to noble deeds, ? e'

    debt and free to go along on the same Helen Chapman, Cathrine Denning, And lifted from the slavery of the ?

    line. Vivian Floyd, Alma Johnson! Tina soul.
    Now what do we find by your own Schilder, E. Lane Stevens, Elon Oh! so to live that those who, see Does it require medicine or proper treatment? Is it

    figures-that we have only retiredin Tiner.. may say:
    in need of stimulation should it have
    or more plant
    ten years $100,000 principal and Third Grade-A. Surely, this one to honor points the '

    paid in interest $123,000, and where'' Arthur Flint, Arthur Bullock, Elton way!" food in permanent form? These are .questions that you ;

    the are we next at fifteen! We years have got what to! pay$150-in garet Anderson Cosens,, Hazel Tracy Clark Canova, Rebekah, Mar- The wife of U. S. Senator John W.Kern ought to have answered in your own mind before you y' 7

    000 in interest and 72,000 in interest, of Indiana, said in a public address (
    fertilizer for farm
    Miller, Eunice' Rivers. buy any more garden or grove.
    recently, "There are some
    making in all in 25 years $445,000 THE GEM
    : for the privilege of using $250,000 of ; Third Grade-B. branches of the government so closely Purpose Charcoal.Stove 1
    some; one else'shoney.. Gentlemen, Mary Coleman, Mary Ethel Gil- allied with the home that the women Mad of drone.h..1 m.tal.wlll not crackor I When a person is sick, the good doctor prescribes i
    bert, Geraldine Johnson Kimhrouuh should know and control them, suchas break it will boll th.waih.cook a m.al.
    too the the advises
    1 claim the cost is -great : imtlicine. After physician ;
    and but your Irons all on vary little char. .'recovery
    Oliver, Mary Ellen Stroup, Ruth .
    int..rest'' health, hygiene and sanitation.. coal. N. ....ok. -no odor.
    We will take principal and I' Stalling, Elsie Welch,' Louise Young, Women are able to hold and man.ao'e PRICE $1.50For right )living as n nxeans of preserving health and preventing
    we have paid out in 2": 'yeais which', Da'ie Davis, Roy Hansel), Eustis Bale by all Pr ireui lv.D.al.r.
    is $44.>,00, Divide that by 25 and Peaks, Frankie Tyner, Ralph Schil- the star property and medical, they are profession admitted, they to Florida Metal Product Company i t the need of more medicine. The land should! have
    ; have $17,800 which will 365O EVROREEN AVENUE
    you per year der. conduct the public schools and libra- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the same methods applied to it-medicine only when
    take every dollar that every veg'etable -. Send for our .n..al cataloau...
    Fourth GradA.Leo in three
    nes, they are engaged over
    ; will bung net to the sick food and all
    growers ] Canova, Janet Graves, Willie I ; nourishing good care at times.,
    It will take more than half the net '
    I,onp:, Katherine Miller Marie Op ,
    profits on the orange 'crop each Yl'ar I II ram, Nellie Taylor, Isabel Tyner I Naturaown i in high-grade natuial phosphate ,finely
    I It will take 12 hundred of the hest .
    I Carrie Ilansell, Lucille Griffin, Rubie I S. K)11 Bu i LIJE RTJlowcTs
    beef cattle sold off the range every II I Bass grand Itn n-e'wkli! the right crops and.)proper' ) cultural

    A), year. Mi Vegetable man, Orange" Fourth Grade; B. a01tw methods not onl increases; yield but adds to the E
    vp ) ,
    Gronnd Limestone
    ; and <'Itttlelan: do you want it It I makes acid soils! ,Iq v ,
    " is yours to. have by voting bonds (Olive'\ Rutherford, Virginia Fans SW'l'l. It releases potash salts and Imparts > peimaneiit soil fertility. Naturaown in the kind ,of soil

    f When you do, for God's sake don't j lei, Helen Schmidt, Made) Rivers, MrpMfith and l vigor to growing crops and trees. ,
    i ever let any man hear you say high May Winn, Ruth Herzberjr, Cordelia Blowers! limestone ground. unusually fine s s medicine, that a good doctoi given Inn patients aM a tonic.
    Ledbetter/ Bascom Lane, Fred Evans,
    readily mixes with the soil. Contains impurities
    i taxes. For bonds to pass will affect i l no o
    Elmer Schweikart, Paul Grubb R, I). -can he applied at time--is We the merits of Naturnown
    t me least of any one I know of, but any prove
    I am against them on pimciple. I Thomas. inexpensive. Write for literature and price tr in a booklet. Let us send you a

    l If you get bonds _you will spread Fifth\ Grade-A. Blowers Lime &: Phosphate Co. copy FREE.

    r your road building over a period of Gladys Calkins, Una Harman, F. Sol! K J08, Ocala, Florida I
    } two with dollar S. Ledbetter. ._
    say years every going Lakeland
    t out of the county except a small' Zelma Bronson! Blanche Mueler, Phosphate Company

    . portion. Fifth Grade-a 5
    f If we build with the special road Willie, Johnson.. : Cypress Ave., Lakeland, Florida

    , tax it will ,take US"say ten ,years," 8 Sixth Grade -A. VORITE : .

    K f years longer: ,;.with everyAdollar ..stay- l Lillie' .Hansen, Velma .Hudson,.Elizabeth /pplli w .
    f Ing at home- except a'small if portion 1 Parker. ,' Uly Chapman.-\. \, c'; : TI
    ;: and if we kept on for the 25 years, Sixth Grade-B. :RTIlIZERS'

    the time allotted to pay off the bond Vera Johnson, Ruby Oliver, Doro-

    and spent on the roads $445,000 what thy :Miller, Thelma Sutton, Robert |

    , the bond will co-it us, we will have Calkins, Mary Schilder DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE I The
    1 thr e times as much brick roads in I Eighth Grade--A. "] DIFFERENT KINDS OF
    25 years and 75 percent of the money\ Miriam Munjrer, Minkie* Gardner
    i will stay: here in the county All of Edith Miller: Mamfe Pilloy Dorothy FERTILIZERSWhile

    l those advantages' come up against i Wells, 1'ercie Oliver, Cornelia Lan- the basic elements are the same the f s .
    i jour nn(- advantage namely, get the ea-ter' Jiue Eleanor Graves, Elmo I' t5 fc amounts of the ingredients vary FURNITURE ?

    "Ollds (|llllk' I' di; 'ift'nithui: ? GaidneiKiRhth ; ', FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE
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    , I 1m\u U(Tied! to nuKc this plain) a. ; C.raele'; l MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS. :
    , Ie'e< H and it i is done with imilicc to .Mlieit.i, Anderson, \.i-riti) Ilainion.ltio .
    mine, but to show llio eUt1.1'. the' I".ttel'' .' loam, (linn) Ploetz. Ethel .
    \ Each sack: is marked to show the Important
    plan, the stuy-out of-debt) plan the Johnson elements. -WE HAVE IT !
    l'-hJm\-lah"r-Jlllln., the wait till J Jwc I IIKM; sc'11001.H :
    .. I Special Formulas (for All Florida Crops .
    ale \bk-pl.in;; uml to .uoul a plan h driido; tiatton SIOM) Hi'ni\

    thit\ when ( n-t. they are committed J IMw.iiiN., I'luiuhe ia\is) Write for Quotations. -- -
    + to it will glow and grow until we : Knit (.rJlIl- Kuth llowcll (.bus. AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS. !

    will from two million ,elollais ) \ '' tine Sadie with Hardware line
    hats one to Ivty Hrjan INSECTICIDES. In connection: our we carry a completeline
    I
    of bonds> <| hanging eivx-i us that 50() 11th dradt; -.Maine; itlieipooii. of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting hornet, and

    . t years will nut see paid, and all the I Abby, Hai, ris. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER[ COMPANY handle reliable \;
    I time wo will be paving a spe<'lal roach, 12lh Grade 1'iuiik Calkins! 1'aiah S

    tax. H"liver me from bonds and II"" Clark, :Mane Boyd, Celeste ;\Ii..le. JACl ONVlC E'' FLORID '
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    i Room Furniture
    S special I road tax at the self and same I Helen Buss, Maurine Dann, Lilian Bed Dining

    time G, II. WOODALL. I I'rentis. j . Room Suits, KitcHen Outfits, Par-


    lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers ,
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    1- r JftfifcttAaL. _,, ,_ THREE SOLID STEEL.. TRAIN S 1 Couches"L.. Etc. r

    DIXIE LIMITED THE SOUTHLAND DIXIE FLYERL.

    AG cuvruneLJack.oa.ill. ':"' 5 A.M.ArTiftoa Lv JacnoD.. le 'IZOP.M.ArTlftoD Jack.onyilU 8:3 P.M. This tore i iI makiafc a record for itself !i. the ratter of

    ; r 2:00P.M.Ar 1Z.3SA.M. ArTifton 12:50A.M.Ar helping people te outfit homes. Come ..d.... Our price an
    LM Macon 4.ZS A.M.
    Macon S:0&r M. ArMacoD 3:57A.M.
    s Ar Atlanta 1:03.M.. ArAtlanta ..53 A.M. Atlanta 7:40 AAt.
    r ; ** ArChattanooga 12:11 A.M. Ar Knoa..ilt. 12:24 P.M. Chattanooga. 12:12 P.M.
    latouls u? N..ilt.. 4:50A.M.Ar Ar Louia.i/I./ f:00: P.M. ArNa.hTilU 4i 45 P.M. rightTOOLS '
    E..annll1. f:za A.M. Ar Indianapolis 2:00A.M.: Ar Martin 11:5SP.M.
    slarla /" ArClnclnnatl f:00P.M.. Ar St.LouU 7OSA.M. FOR ENGINEERS
    Ar SL Louis 2:5' P.M. -
    .ASivK CI..la..d 7:15A.M. Ar EvansvilU 9:58 P.M.
    Ar Terr. Haut. 12.50 P.M. Ar Grand Rapid. 2:00 P.M. Ar T.rr.Haut. 1:33A.M.
    o1r"10O y ArCJ.lca.o 5:55P.M. Chlcaco- 7:45 A.M. ArChieasro 703AM. No matter what kind-of an Engiae yon have-Gas, Steam,

    Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Toots ye

    tnAn need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc.,
    ATLANTIC COAST LINE -
    4 all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will it

    AND CONNECTIONS > surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only t

    hardware that is of superior quality and yon will make no mistake .

    CoaelleslidlmsnDraLnag2ocln '4CA SONa//LLE/I/I//FL'OR/// in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock. i
    r Obar
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    : a rn ftaicf sleepingnrMrvinonf tar Osceola Hardware Company
    A call en orunfiJCJffaoMi. : 1.

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    Central Florida, dent corns, such aicfne ha! If especially good .because of' the,

    THE VOTERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY 1 variety are pulled out as soon M thin' coat on the seed and because' of _

    they -..mereand.. before they shed the open''' head which ,lr not apt 'lo r"

    1916 you! wit I be called.upon to vole upon llie issuance of bonds. in the. ,um of 250000.00 I any pollen. Thus' the pollen from ,mold during the. rainy season a* the

    ." in, Osceola,' County We beg'to- Jay: the other 'variety 'will, fall on those close. .head varieties. These two

    1 Cory to vole on this issue comprises the entire County, with ';the exception of the St. Cloud ears and the cross with, be madei( Seed crops may be planted about March 10 -
    the detasse-led .rows is planted i
    . I' |from in the northern part of the state and
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    ; j ) Cloud district on March. (Ilh, voted" by a-1 majority j t;! ; of nearly' 7
    I 15000000.' .o does not part. 1 ,1 1 '_
    t the second generation
    |I Plant in rows about 30 inches -apart.; '
    the and value of good roads. Their usefulness established beyond give the IncreaseJ'yield. '
    desirability
    questions
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    ,' .1'', This,, method will appeal chiefly to Plants should stand about 8 inches ,
    ; ) those farmers ;whogrow seed for apart in1' the row when a large'yield
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    i are, voted the money will be disbursed by the Board of County Commissioners in accord" ,I this second year that the increased of grain is\It\desired. They both do
    ; and Call for Election as published The Petition and Call' for Election provede' for the con'j yield' comes; The cross must be made best on rich soil, but will' yield well

    I : roads from the South Boundary of the St. Cloud District through Whittier .o Bassenger, 'Sale.'' But any farmer who. cares to on average soil. J j I ;'
    I City 'to the County line: also from Whittier towards Ft. Drum to the-County. line; also 1'take the (trouble 'can profit by if ,. ,
    I ( I Homestead road; also from the AC.. L. Rr R. lo pleasant Hill; and the} construction oil II III 'I i $ Those farmers who 'have trouble 1i* I'
    } I immee to the Canal West of St. Cloud,1! ; also from Kissimmee. t to Milliard's-Island j I ; also from I'KAFFIR CORN AND SHALLU shelling velvet beans should try the ,
    Creek Church; also from Kissimmee to the Polk County line dear Loughman.: method suggested by A. P, Spencer ....:r-- "e
    POULTRY FEED
    I SORGHUM GOOD of. the University of Florida Extension J'
    thel Board of County Commissioners to be men of integrity who.will) honestly administer Division The thick pod varieties." .''

    j economical and efficient manner. Backyard poultrymen and those such as the Chinese and Yokohama, "

    I ( divert the funds from the roads specified' in the Call or use- them in any 'manner' not provided who are in 'the business for a livelihood may be placed on 'a tin roof over '

    1 violate the law and be subject to punishment therefo/-/ : are continuously looking for night. As soon as they dry out they ,
    I I feed. The more feed they hare to.buy will' begin too split' open. The good -- -,
    I strenuous effort the great; Dixie Highway, being the splendid hard-surface road to lead from the smaller their profits will be jost one. will open first.

    k: \ pas through Osceola County provided we make our roads up to. the standard of efficient I as in any other kind of animal production -
    the Association. A. P. district agent
    by Highway Spencer
    ,: lovlgoraUog to the .P. as* Sickly .1

    I inducement to have'the Dixie Highway pass 'through this County official promises. were made for the Division'University, recommends of Florida Kaffir Extension com Tto OaOVB'8 Old TASTELESS..chill.:_ trrdh TONII...ml dirivMOT.> "'"*-*. "
    1 would do her roads. .... .
    good ,
    part towards their sid.erat.ion. .aJarIa.-'Me.Mb.-.Ddba'\P.\ -
    shallu for
    and sorghum con
    z .._.. A tnM toaic. For.dnlU a"chlldna. JOq
    t I I| Counties around us are building magnificent highways. The contrast- between our roads .
    | Orange County, our neighbor is most humiliating to the citizens of Osceola. County. I These two plants will produce an SOUR, ACID STOMACHS, .1
    I abundance of grain for poultry. Shal- GASES OR, INDIGESTION
    Counties from Jacksonville to Tampa are building'Blick Roads so that they.may become "

    : Highway.. Duval County has bonded for more than 1000000.00; St Johns County'' FEVER CURED"Your Each "Pape' Diapepsln" digests 309 ,'
    fOO.OOQ.OO; Volusia County for about .800000.00; Seminole County for $450,000.00; LA GRIPPE AND grains of food ending all stomach f
    1 ; HJlsborough for 100000000.. leaving only '"lk and Otceola that have not I Quirk'g Chill Tonic cured my misery in five minutes. f,
    Polk is soon to vole on a bond issue for from $1,00(1.000.00( to 200000000. Surely I II husband of LaGrippe and Fever'afterthe .
    I lo fall in line and in addition to other good roads build her part of the Dixie Highway doctor's medicine and other remedies Time Il.l.! In five minutes ail stomach
    I I \ .. failed." distress will go. No indigestion 4

    !| I t esent the law authori/es the Commissioners to levy a 7 null tax for hard road purposes If LULA C. ROACH Drifton. Fla. heartburn, sourness or' belching of vr. ',,
    will be unnecessary % Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 26c. gas, acid, or eructations of undigested
    j r food, no dizziness, bloating, foul
    < i | the interest and sinking fund on the bonds would not require any increase of taxation over breath or headache. .
    issue bonds would mean we would be getting as quickly as they could be constructed a o D Pape's Diapepsin is noted for ita '

    throughout: the County. Without the issuance of bonds it would probably take fifteen .or ... JAXue'BISCUITS speed in regulating upset stomach.
    the roads, when many of the present tax payers would! have passed off the scene. It is the surest, quickest stomach rem

    Because we would be fulfilling a promise to the Dixie Highway Association to construct .10 edy in the whole world and besides it
    the is harmless. "Put an end to stomach !
    County. Supplyeneru. Buill blood and trouble forever
    by getting a large
    not increase our present rale of taxation. i mu cle. GiYevigorofbrsinand fifty-cent case of' Pape's Diapepsinfrom I
    twice the food !
    Nearly
    nerve.
    CIllensould, with so much pleasure and profit Iranspoit, themselves and their produce thus value pound of the but any drug. sfA>1 e. You realize in
    per
    five minutes how needless it is to suf-
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    upon 'the) whales and horses. I steaks. COlt much less.u .
    I 1 fer from indigestion, dyspeoia: or any
    : ] place us abreast t of (he most prosperous Counties of the Stale. !! DCe stomach disorder It'" toe quickest! ,
    ''u I I I aCf ,1 surest and most harmless! tturnachJjcto :
    lo cast a vote in (favor of( bonds on April Illh. ,
    I by 1! ire urn I.i' W iks in the world.

    this would \give a Iremcndous impetus to all values wouIJ strongly invite new settlers and I ,
    of ,llic County. 'rVery"
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    t respec'fully.! .-

    4 i L. I H. Iigram Chas Carson Jr. C. W. Griffin 1

    1 I I. J. Griffin W. C. BassH. R. T. ButlerJ. f R. S. FLOYD
    II. C. Stanford !M. Katz E. LupferD.

    OllJ. Roma Thomas Emil :Mach., G. WagnerW. I Dealer In e -
    B. C. Miller J. W. Tuckerof B. Hams

    I i, Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed

    I. the first generation of the cross I Ti):I'UWI1. I In South Florida: the West I
    .' JKHMI: :NATION between certain different varieties of Indian or Cuban yellow flinty corn ismore Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.

    corn gives a larger crop than eitherof : j i likely to succeed. But by /growjing i .
    ) Try Us on Your Next Order For .Feed
    drouth its parents, or than its offspring.In the hybrid generation between I Ii ,

    etate for the I, some cases it gives so much larger! i I the Cuban and on of these dent corns, u uI "

    ? in those : a crop that it pays to raise hybrid larger ears, sturdier plants and al: I
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    y ; in
    every care I seed in quantities every year. This greater. 'yield 'may be had."
    The
    lard) first generation hybrid is often more Those desiring to make the cross
    has not had'' vigorous than its parents, and usual. can do so by planting alternate rows
    ,' ;",not. had the II ly combines the good qualities of: of the two varieties from _whtch the I : '. 14'
    : '!it. 'In.many; Fresh ,:
    Vegetables Eggs
    out to the both' arent"varieties. In North and cross is to be made. The tassels of ,. .. .
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    :, 1 ; without'' UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. and Butter '.

    sprout under I We have added these articles to our line of '
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    young moisture plants to DON'T' STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED"Dodson's FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK ;

    l the dry upper I HAMS, BACON, BOLOGNA, MUTTON, ETC. I\
    best that fan I /
    Call Phone 209 for your wants ?
    T : the land thor- Liver Tom" Will Clean Your Your druggist or dealer soils you a
    it to make a 50; cent "bottle of Doilnon'n" Liver Tone in these lines.
    the sur Sluggish Liver' Better'Than Calomel under iny personal. guurantW: that i it

    f This will and Can Not Salivate. will: clean your Bluggmli liver better than I CENTRAL MARKET
    calomel
    moisture that hasty ;, it won't nmke) you nick
    e I Calomel makes you sick; you lose Iliay' and you an ('lit. un\tiling you want
    i < work, Calomel ig quicksilver arid without being sal irnted. Your druggist .
    t : agent for it salivates: calomel injures your liver.If guarantees that 'I1ChlItO"lul will dory j
    Ext'nsion'':' liilioua fee! ', '
    }oar are ; ) sluggish your liver, clean your 'bowels and
    and all knocked out, if bowels -- - --- J
    your are straighten
    to roll their you up liy rooming or you '
    f planted. This constipated and your head. oeheH. or got( your money back. Children gladly C A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary: '
    dtomaeh ia take ofliarmleHH
    sour just a spoonful .
    take Dixlnon's Liver Tone because it ia
    y down on the Dodnon's Liver Tone instead
    I mois of using sickening, salivating cutmiel. pleasant tasting and d'N'MII't gripe or
    capillary The Waters & Carson
    IJ..dK oii's Liver Tone in real liver rnedieine. cramp or make them' sick.T I
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    It is advisable
    You'll know it next morning! lx am wiling! millions of !tattles( of
    to prevent the cause .you will wake. up f feeling 'tine, ]HoilBon'n T.iver Tone rJ on the your liver will IK- work illg-. jour heiul-( found that flits ,plriiBHiil.. vi<).. planted with a ache and diyziiteHa gone j your ktf maoh medicine, takes the plain nf .1 lin: -,'runs Grocery Company .
    I will IK- sweet and liowc-ln regular. You
    be rnlinnel. Hny one Uultlo on my w>.lInd.rrli."I. ,
    placed will feel like "..rkillj.!. You'll |I. nccer' .. guarantee. AeL- your druggist
    packing ful; full of (" :,'rl'Y'igor und ambition. about me. _

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    i Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
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    If he cares '
    I ] he can do botanist to c: :aCC:=..A..G-C> : ,0) > 0
    : > WE SELL: 0) 4 WE BUY: 0
    i ) Kxperim-nt VIA
    i I 4 ''CO. 0 i
    , to say I! A. C. L. L. & N. PENNA'LINES : O HAY < 4 4
    I : 0) 0) 0) HIDES 0 .,
    C } I hybrid corn i 0 GRAIN + 4 0)
    : I - 0) 4 0 FURS 0
    TRAIN
    'ALL STEEL THROUGH
    FERTILIZERS 0) 4 ,
    I Also Sleeping Cars to : 0) 4 WOOL 0 ;
    : > SHINGLES 0 -
    CINCINNATI CLEVELAND INDIANAPOLIS :1'
    0) 4e. 0 AND 0
    mid GRAND RAPIDS ii ORANGE BOXES <> 0 NMn
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    Observation and Compartment Cars, Vestibule Coaches :}I4 ORANGE WRAPS, 4 0
    Dining Car .. COUNTRY
    DAILY : II 0) VEGETABLE CRATES 4 4 .
    0) PRODUCE *
    Lv: Jacksonville 8:20 P. M. 0 CRATE NAILS 0 4 0 '
    d Ar. Cincinnati 9:00: P. M. 0 0 4 i I. \

    I ATlSltf Ar. Chicago 7:45 A. M. 4000004000000000 8000000040440000 .a-.. i_

    1 I For reservations apply to We sell kid and garden: seeds of all kind .

    A.. .W. FRITOT. D. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. "I
    Jacksonville:. Tampa' Free delivery in city limits 'Phone No. 12. .
    .. We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prior: '
    V I. od o oo co ooo oo o+ oa fertilizers.. > :
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    ii;111111. S LI 111111111111 I m i ARTICLE I. AIIMIMNTHtTOir* %4)TICK TO HKLI. 1 >OTim TO CIIIODITIIIISIX I l
    The name of this corporation1shall; .H..,!. 'C"'I'A'1 ho tt'It It I I' (. I nloiiK t los t, Netrnlh Juillelal 4'Circuit .OnreolaCounty .,
    k liu; (.isceula Ranch It 'prlnclpul I -- ( VLIIT tIle 1'iIi'llIli'9'' Jillil2.S'l'A'I'i'l tlon .1.lineiMtrtivii I Si-rtlunii 14 a". .
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    Co/y'l/ ... und' tliv utcli) HIM. iou 34. In TpwiiHlilpSB nnnerrr.fnimle
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    LegalAdvertisements office and ph. ($" IV Clll. I.T 4>. 'IIll'2t'IINTY 04..C. ] 4lh' I--I.4IMIII V ) .
    .hnl 1 $11511 I.. HaniriKnfit i ; nt.d14.el I.is. --- ,
    i h. In th city o.f INulinhlne'I4. A OH' FI.ol'n" 4l"4 i:4ll.\: UI''lTtIn .
    (County In tlmi Stateof tflorlda.-and. .liii I'I', 5)1st 1':01.| \ 4 re lIntel, uf Jacob \\ brelrrlTo I 1U. JO I, 31 I md 11 In 1'\\.n8hll)|tt 36 SItu i Ii, t harl.H Ii. c.'ass', ('otsl1514l554. .

    pliLcufof business shall bu iunduclcdclHcwlj.rc all l.'r.dllorxLefiatfeHi I Mxtrlbulcea I Ill ,- ,III, l'i. ?I ,.. -
    i' tn -tlie Stain of J'lo"ld. rIn In re HKlnte: 0' j;1' Ud.lt and all '' liavlnir Claims I or tinroftd 'I known leq ,(tic 1411Mu .
    other tftatca "nd.'l'ountr,.". . . I I'lMtianilx .t It:1t I::: aalil I J'.di'laXi:*: I >'dM I hl"ld. road. niTittJnv rhroualiHi'itlon 1.1. 4 e. llefendnnt. .

    .-i--I-I I 1.1 I t I I II I II I I S I S I 1I1 01 h'f offices, israfloltes.l nueiiclf-; < ui Nat ice 111 1ieri-1>y.Btvefi to all I whom It'; .Y4." und -ach' or, .... ait* lieiehynolllUd :; wnlil)i! : |> TxVi-nty-tivi-: II.> "
    may l or ton- mnyonci'il.. that ICItxaluHt Trudcllaa : I a lid requlntl prt-si-nt nitycllilms Sinitli, Kniiutv Tnoittv-itliui fill)) 'ICuxt.mid .H- "|(o".rh'l' by l"aIpp".d..t: '
    bu \
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    L' la ('Irrult ('.uf for fbe. Srtrnt h '..Jodi.'Q. olh..wl..a. .cN..I.f Aifmlnlatt'ator Mtf I le ,lOtttato of I'IiUIh' I i and sI'mu.uis which you' or Soi-tlunn K, 11, JT. "-IS and II 1 of I. |Ih. hil Ittll .In I.f ahuv..Ila..t '.1

    ,. ... ARTICLE 2. ). Trnilell I 1 liei-eaned. i the Till 'IViwimli't'Cvvintytlvo' < = cause ) Pu I K. Case,
    ,_.' ,'lal Ircult at 4be. <... o( wil. on .either of suu, may have axalnst Ili4te ll't.h 1.I"Ce.d-
    "'". I<'lorl4la In and for Oisiuls The' general nature of the business day of April, .A, l I.- au| >ly lo. thollunorahlu lar(' of Ju. .i..t..o."o. late 'H'.I.' Thlffr) ISV) Hast.Tlic ant I ,Ineri'lii named. a r I

    "I" ....u..". or ,huslfictssca bu trnnsnctt-U J by i T. Ii2d) (;'II.r., ,'ounly J admin of I)..'. .. '.Ii"h..j) I I. un- roiiii ItliOHn ax I1i 8lilriuli' ill.1.. .JH l Is nlresldentof I

    ltloulh \ t'JlAIItX (.olllJlatly| .Il. as follows: \ud. I nnd for said c.uuIy. lit* his olTI'e Iis'IlSllillClI, Kx' ''ul or of said eittate.wltlilii f"iK( flood, fXlihillnwIMII frol theV<'"(- thifulled "IHt"H. and la over the ;
    Til breed, ralae. Import, export, deal In '14 KlHHtinm*, Iti county. at ( two years' from I Ii4 dut. livrouf.liatird ..'.I'.I.al' I limit I I o I T of Kitat tenant '" : It Is therefore ;

    Klorlila Lumber Company, aKlorldn In (cattle sheep lioraea, hntfM and do o'cl.iclt a..a..r noon as Iliereafti-r .. isIlia March, tillc. H. ( ), !" f'lly, 1"I.rld., In 'th.WI htl4 ordered that said nonresident; defendant

    4 vrporallon, Complainant, ..HI. nnlmuls Bud lIvOKtock of nil ,' ran bi heard for autliorltylo It. T. liUTI.KIl. ti.I! ', <'!" ,-Ir rjunrli. rimd runnlnxl 1. nnd Is. hereh required tunpneiir
    ,*.' ,.. I untHIIKH > hat 5'i''li: 5'c- hc' till l II! nf complaint: :: filed in

    )1"' Mary 10* Wnrlny .a abide .woman, lt. .Io"k. gr.III, and aKrlcultuial bunl- followitg-ll'seiibl'd 4'RI', In said 17 and SO and 11 and I IX. In Town- said .'itUsi' on or lief ore Monday, llm'SHth

    I). \\arlnit. Itekle Inteslmenl tom- ..... County, to*\It; A KOIt T \ V ShIll Twcnlv-flvp ((25) South KitnwtT dAY of MAY. A. I ). Iftlfl. otherwlmilh

    pa.?. a Florida Corporation. ItrrBpondrnls. Tit; produce, purchase, I.a:3ddI hot Six (f) of Block Ki-vi-ntoen "lrl'1. U' at I"'I.'I'IU'HI'i'TI4lHT4: .AMIArn i-my-i-luht <2SI Kant.Tluf alienations of said bil will lii.

    I I .I In nil products of the /arm (17) of the 'own of Kf'na"I"II"d ..IM-.H 'i. S'I'A'1'' 'I"i':9l I>KTIIK for",111 posits he iiavml taken as confessed bv d.C.nl.nl.
    and and merchandise to plat wit h !110 NIna I l.t further ordered that
    .I arl.I. (roods ".ordln. "T."TM: 4IK 1"i.OIt I I) h'I.1 "I to (Ol, foi-l
    *--. !N4)TlflO' 4>K SAJLB.ALt. I'ro pr"I".d ''K>r manufactured 'II filed I. I Hi4' office of tIme Notice IH J Iier4-by give that rl 1.. wl!
    TO|. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: from such pru< (' .-,'k of the ('lrN,1 Court In ...dror 'lttltt"l'RT.: ).ur<-hax.-r or. Tax Ceitllliat KliliTin i-xt I linali-d rout for ina To carry on .th. business of wholesale iisreola. lirldiiliiw wlx-n- and ". Oa..t", a newspaper publIshed
    No. 519. 6th >
    ,dated .lulv. A. 11. ]NA! n.c."n.
    NDTICK\ IS JIKHKUY! lIVEN That and .. dealers In meat and Which application will be based upon and .Cei'lltlcate No. 14 dated 6lh ofAUKtist. tIll\'I tm at I Is" Two I I U tid, nil In said \Ull and Ktnte.
    tho uiidcrslK'ied. us Kpeclal Alitstt-r til the for such sale fila'in day I liollarn. This )tilth. 191 6.
    m"lt.l.rOtuetH. and operate I. con petition now on A. I H. ,King has nledsaid cirtlncnteH t $: in.4inO' (lilt .\1 brl..p. shall !
    Chancery heretofore appointed I In this. said J. 1.. 4>VKHHTUEKT.
    slaughter court. lie .o..dI.r..' r u I Iron I
    1..Lo. Iher..wlh hou."I. I In office anil has miidift .
    cause actinic under. and by vlitue of livestock 1 r ; Huti-d. March 71 h. A. D 191fl.KJ12.AHKTH my spplication oemeiit or wood, or either or all of said \ ('I Clerk Clr"ul Cqurt
    kto for Tax lsd Issue In \'R :
    the Klnal litter**** hcieln viuercd. on iHm24th also manufacture all kinds r"foiid'; TKHDKI-I .' .. ac- .matcrlnln' : 'AfolJ/ PI.KIMIKH.I
    4'ordance laM8ald
    # : day of January A. U. 1418 will. and food products, and to operate andmaintain I2-it! _. Admlnl.IrAtllx'l tIns fol I .,.rll.HI. em- A Ixo tinfollowlnur roads to l> 'oonxtturtfd I for Complainant. lo-8t
    lamlIvlnir .
    c4i vn (he Hull- Uay In April. A. 1>. Il61.ein t.nn.rl. cold ItoraKo warehouses I :CO ,l:: 1, IK'\,1: \I: Osci-ola: or Improved will) dirt

    ( tho art day of sad 'hlo..lh. between n ., " c rlctorl.., :CTI1 OK Alnl"I"TIATOn : : County.Florl.la. or ..rl.. hut not to hp bricked: ..y.j I '
    tho haul hours of sale, oflcr fertiliser factories. and other '" : nt a point on thi- 1 1The
    lor unle. at fuhllu Auction and will and all needed for the r."torlv.conduit ..I 4F 1 SK'4 of N\V"4 tOld NM t"'II"lnl Hue of Cunt Old $Ors*, Oth4V KMMdtot W., C
    I.uldlnf. of of Sec. 36. Town- .rn hnlHla omml"HI".r' '
    sell ut I'u lllo Auction to I Inhighest of lu'h ..... IN ('Ol IIT 4>F TIIK .'4M.'>TV Jl'IX.I'. . oc\\.r. KKH I lint i Numh.r Three It nut27 East t-mbfaced .
    mid, h..t bidder for cash, at said time To by purchase or otherwise4iwn. T\'IK .un", \. OMEsIA4'OI n "f
    In front of .tlut Coo i t I House Jour, at 13.lrbUI:/ sell, convev, exchange, .'i'Y. tl N >.,"llrHI.-> N.of N\V 14 > of Ill 1'0'I ii" Kl-aili-il 1.11" road thrixiKhVhllll I I l-orter's A:1. p Hevlln, ( oil.: It rellrvnPals I \

    the Court House.I I In I KlMslnimee I Florida leas.1. tniirtKHUe. dispose I: of, trade' and I. r. Rnisir .I 1..1.1. .....r..... Tiiwiinhlp, 2S ,S. linn if.27 4 .t. \ I hr lo flIt"" : Ihi-nco a 1 Ion it sod st tbe a -no time 23c,50c. $I. .:

    the rol"wl"I descl Ibeil P"O\"I\ )' dIal In: real estnln or other property, Nut ICC I.' I"... Ilv. tn 'HI whom ('ott Ideate. 66t em- tin- hIts,hI Ic rond from 1111 ss.'mi g,'r to the !

    Iz -1 lictsonal I or mixed.To I n..y ellfl'l'tn. th.1 lii' 4119' "rfl 1'.0 II, I lilmlH, N.axxi-HHed I In Ihcnami t oiintllni I i, 1..t 4 Il|<".hoh. ('I Ity j ,

    All of Ih.lc "A" of N T IXittc'sSUlKllV I.ue"I)' and al other liuslncHHcs. entn.r. A. I). I ) 6. 14111111 9' Ii) Il i.f 1,' .1. hpt"l ": I'N'- Tinroad 1.ln.' I from \Vhlitli-r I I toanl .
    .' Million( : Of l I.ol "ld I) 0. nny it all 1 I other, act. Ii:1 1 I oim o cii I.I.;. 'I'. i'd' ; 'rlIi 9'. jlI':: g a of I K.\n\\\. ,n IIIL":1. of %4 Ia Km't I t. tin'onnt> I llnini'iinxt I .
    rime ill Section, 'ii Towimlilp: i liftf'nuth I anil I IhliipH.I II I. exercise 4iny find Nil I III.;110 l't Ii Ii .1 lid t't'nho I I t.r f.a tam VII tinIssuance M..tl..I' i-ertlMcati-R I , l-'orl l >trmi I
    IlllllUe 211 Kj" U of Til .lutei. all 1 I otlur I L.\.r. which I nm\' be neceMMai (,Ill I Ii Isilmia; rae: : s"U; I n I 1st ra :; 01' I Ii a I' I' HH Hald, .f'IVrtlllcati/I. I be re 'limllIIII .'xt t iidlntr, from I Ilio A I. j
    K
    $. ,. :M.lMlilO, ,. IKllVdIIIK < lle Hull ',\ I'xi"'dieiit tir convenient I In C"nnettli 4141,.1"' .r I 1",1"1.1 I "cte. iaim.: d"C"'IM.e. de,.me.I. accordliiK- law .h'll x I Heed I 1:5111: it' foiixt; MmItnMroad lo 1..11.1 S.ll.lilllOCKREAL

    '..r ". ..HiilMllvlMion llli! d I .In-tin. : ol i' I .i 'wlh. ,
    ("!( .' Iff II.' K of Ii. 'iiiiu I 1''Mln"M liUxllieHHes h..tlll..C.> M. lt 1. C'ou.t. lIly II.nl .UIIH I l 'l IKI\\ mdliiiAlsi
    11'1' ,, \\hli-h natiiinl I I ,and.Ia \IIlIlili14ttaIllt, .. ,, l'I6 nuiil I floni I KI', IIHI1I..
    i'nil' I In' a I I > l I H'' I a 'i xiin .r it1it-. 1,1 .1'I', \ mid lrlIIil seal at I tin- ouwhnl
    ( IK,.. ,,1.1' nn th::, Irht.lt':: : \ ::fu:Kili: < II- i poi ut ion of thlx ih.iiuctei" mn> ii": I o: I 'lid:i:"h"t:'':\ sIt l'tss'isia'l, h..1.ci 1.1.1, Ihlx Till I I. IIlil itnd'ietiixe, do I' l id, Mat' A H "51 6. foi uui.llnulolduliii'
    lil' \ .\ I U. !1"1.' .llul < \' .' > do n 10 to amnnd 'I I V 1 I' lv>HI,; Tin .Hlllil.Ml.il: riixt .
    Iiq. I I III lttt' I labia .t 1.1',1 11' of tin* bun'.ii HMI s ol thlnuH 1.r. Ill'I .\ i: inn '1'<" '1'. I ,;, I <.onxt, i ,in llrti" ,,,,I. limn, .,\ I. . 1
    I 4I 'I se.i 1 i j : t-t-'r.: .sss.a.Sssat.t.a.saINSURANCI3
    :III.::: :I :t.j' i.. >-I'.I; ,I.till I" K'V'I: ":.111,1:: 1 I .., g Ill, ,,,. .. .11)1,1) 4 .llolll. 1,1 IIIIt 1 :''.mil., :in'' \ilmlnl .itnr. i 'l. I 11.I I1.:1:1'1 i tim r..I"" ".'N i- H.l lino llu Ml

    Mill 1"1,, llcrll Iff. pt''it'' |I"lllt OfI (11111,1 0.1,tl.n -- I .I ', '",1 ."U"1, lillilu.x, Mh.II., .I'I'I.i I 'tl. Mil. I i' "liinlii"1
    I < ol.':\ 1'1", ,:' .. .r I ., ,/ im..,! 01 w 00,1. I .i

    ) I lh.* I lolliiwIiiH I liait, of l.tii'l, th.it; 11 r.|'(..< 141111) .poiis 1,1. .I I Ill, .I I1 H14.li I i IIM
    lIe. l t \ 9l .1' IN : ,1.f"
    I.. UllllllllU, .It III, Ollll.l" I'f I'.lUlll MIM,; i inTl. nil-1 rl.iuH < ontntneil hiI I In I Ir.'iiM < ..r.. Hpienlb Judicial 4 Ir- .12.-.1 1) 1':1 'I'i I.u '. '1'1.,1, I" .|, .,, ,I .-...Ju. I 1,1-.'.. Examination of Titles

    .111,1 ..1"1"I Kallu .Vx 11111 H and, ; I laM* ,p.t.I JIK 1 ,,pll, Mh',1 i XI.pl' \hot(' eiilt ",jili' of florC.la' .. nii.l for I----, I i.I", \110. 'II,. I liillol\I h"n-inli I foi. I a

    I III, III I"itt' Ill Illl I''HI.I: I .lit, Itlon 11"1.. i xpi'N".c.I i II i H.itd i..i am a ph.h .. Ilx4-t'olii I I.IIH| >; I. 4 liam'crj.II : j . u. i I., I II
    itlonu Toliop i ." At'tiueI7S4 I. ,till w ifce 11",1.0, or, lCd I'kl..1, l liv u 4 I ourl. .' I".rl,' '\._ ',I .11.I", '.i f.i' tl l''dt,511l1' tl", /
    l I. /I'
    Ii1, III nit' Ninth 4'i | iiut,4'HWV'HI I.f"I I ,,".. 10 I II'' .' 1111| .. fl, mil tll< I-*. Viiott' and l T.; I'll. Itryiin. it-pnrl-I 'r/l. .Pililililil.. fir..1..r... llM.eo. -, lll, I., ,:I'.f\;:, \ I 1,1;:Mill'::u lu loll;,. ; .: \ Specialty. '

    *0. 2124 fi.t. "In us'! .In 'illy Soiilliof I thIfMtlH Of llll\ otllil. I "IM. (if I tlllH. in-rx iloltiu liitMliicMM aK .nntt A I 4 ....,. 4 h..r'. : i In" II. ,|H.H.' Illll' v.ll.- .if ...)J.' "f I III..I ,
    .. iliriTtlon' t Hie pointKlniiiiiif I- i ( lui I iti i> .' i 1,1141-I t pn"ra K i I thin lIes fin. I I" -:|' 1..1) .iii.t 1..1. ".. "IHutilitto '
    I : : : .I''i".h': : /\ : 10
    :: 'j.I'n
    IttMiiK, u pint ofT tin. N. .'Int h.l Hi** amij I mpl4ltllIlfl4M.M. . I \\llllnin I.. \\lekx, r ..tiiiilalmull, I Hi. ." ," .f IJ'.u.,nun no, ..0.1II"'I I Corresoondence Solicited. J JI

    liaw. 'es Siilnhx, iHUtn .fI'nited l.nt :I II Il"'N j tia iiitfI n liii! 1.11..0 slush bt 1 M.ljrll. li t. l u.,". ,1110, >",, r.II.\! ) I,

    I Stalls( Siuy" of S.', """ 22 I lull-lit otiJtv.tM; "ld. rt.<. l"lti '> llclfv. 1.111: Inv lInt,* .....1 '<- ". \\lekH. "..r........ li Tli.MIX, 'I i "| n.Him ,(0 ,VUiii .
    In Ti'> nnlllu 2fi South. KiumeKaHt 2 II "1'hlM i h.it tIer m,, !>. .iitifiidi <1 from i air llelly.. .. .. le IclInnili ..H..I i ,01) | .l .1 1"'I..I.r I I Tw nl. \ .II\ <

    : of Tallahi: :I : ,HHee .MedldlanA I tttiif limita,* pi,oIdeti l h> )I.tee nti\v ur \. HIiiiinoiiM.llllnrti llertinrd *lmni4iiiK. ll .IIM" .11 ,, I,' ..r" "I.i .,. n,|. ,1 t7I > \f I II . : Robert Riedel "

    l let) all i the I, paitfi ofniHflilnerv. I I 1."t'r, enactedXUTM'Ui fr ilornfii lOlljnb: HlmmfliiiM.lnr I I "> bill IP' .4 -in, Hi",. "l.o\ I ,1.I 1.11"l ,. ", S''I l..'iiilx ,Hhill, h bint 111..1, fioinInt. Co. .
    '. t'"."MM.h'a... l .1.atipuitin- ': ( > \ Irulnlu' Mmmonn. I'niillne iil-: 'I"." M I I. : \I, 'I h. Ill ,1, f..I., mlth I 5 . of |I" *IIII.I' at tluI.i "r.I ,if xlxnt I

    IIr.-H anil bolt' "IIr- Thn mount. of the rapltal ntoi'k (IfI .,.h'I I. MmnmnN antl \sIn| 'In..mn..1 I I i in" i n, I iii') ,1 1 N .1 'n.il-te. ,1' t of I th* "" ,.'l I' ,p.I i' '''"1. Hi.. \.I."t. to I b. NOVELTY t,
    .llculally 1"III.h""II. In I lilH i'or' |* at Ion .ulhorl.,1 I I liVIlillIle'- ""l .I gl'rnil.sN i-lnlmlnu' nn liilreM< .In' .! 1 ll.,., ,.11. a i.l Ix :a I I. H.'I't nt ofutiklioun I 1.11" a .lIlt ua'v.ibli-' ,.. -. and WORK
    ,.I .d..M'.I.. i hull IITa'II I v ) ( 1 1)0111114 In ,. Ibe Illllif , II.-) .'U.I..I I l I" in.l.xt I House Bills a FInIshWindow 1
    tin- list attached tIi l.rl- I : T''I': : :: I I.. property ..rl.pe find 'Ix o\ I t iii. iu. of' 1\1' rouiionx
    Kaice nti'l tnailv a |.iatt I lid s-of. ,,,I '1 i f 211.111111 ,.> dli.l.4 l .1] .' :' o I Hundtedi ; "n..I.lnC. \I' -0''" M ... I) II ii, i.. tm i. ...1"I ,..1 I .'it'l\ ,111 ou.illlbHl I .f-1otx) "h. a rifi. Specialt.From Window

    l KlIOMtl Iu.lUI-. .\ at till ll- I'i Sliareis oC par uliif (Iii- HutidrtMli 1..I.n.. that x.ii.l 'Il,,-, ,1"1, ii.|.1.1, band ,. I ... .h.1 b.- ,'ltt.1 li> vol. ,
    .1",111! th I oilulnal. Moiticau*. I 1..1.I f I." 'III i > I liollHiK inch. TI' \ .I..'1 IT M.\'t' C-UVCKUN.: : I ix h' i b\ I | I to aiilll I Ill time at slit h ..I..t Inl and Door Scrrtnm I

    the< I.HI1IIK llejUK .e follo" ". \ |Ix. !I ,till (1(1111 f" "I| oT HitM, t I""I..'1 .I..k II app. ailnu fiom, the afTld.Mlt nf IIII: ,.f ,.:..;,:iil.iii.l: i.il:.': In, x.il.laux; : ,.. lli: Tin-' I.I,...s.f.ii. li.'l.linu, xi; 1.1 1 .l..ll.n 'Phonm: Shop 216; Residence 237
    tnnIn. ,i\ ,'it her In h or In lio thi Inxtii-ctnrH, and
    : : ".\ |, I li I I'niuloid, 1 Soll-lloi loi Complilluinlx I. foi," : "" 10 1 Kill I .1. of 1111 1,1 t.nlloi\ and
    1-1.I .\NT :1.\"IIJHY.SI'III'I'.I'{ l I pi npi'i; Its. I.tin: oi tiI.: 1-c. at a JuHl \ , ll.li d I In I Ills .IIIIH.-. that Ib.-li, .tl'l| .II .\ 1 I' I''':: olheiwls" nil.mill..IIH .-- '1.,1, hI' ai..olnl.d" | for Hald .., I \.ilii.ition, t'l IM flxi-.l. ) th.- tnioriH.a.i-' ,'t ., bill will' f.thiosIi' '
    I No : I I 1'lali'l I & Ill IM-IXOIIH'' 'Intel" xtd in tinmopilt' \ II I. tI"1 ax i ,. --- .
    Mati'liei. !V 1."h "II.IKIIII: I'o. H, tklllMH I liIs i oi l lii th< dli 4-1 torn, .tl j. fiitti-I IllIg i : ; :\ \ 'I In, thiH, null; ollnl, I; than; 111.' i mil.' .., ,| l\ x.il.l .1..f. ml.ml ,' 11,1 Vo I. Klxxlnitn 0'1 K: .
    IHlll', ) KllllTt ll.UlK'" r 101 I to IM i ,ill' il I foi,' KIM, 'h till" I'''''' anil ")h. KIMI\\II 1Z': MI") """' H and that thi It ,i- fintliil, oiilii.d" I tbal,, huM mil, ,.! l.iil.f., i'. II M Kulr, II N Hriilt.ni t

    KamiI: 'I Sl.itlix..n, *i; I hloi i'I K A. KptlnllrTDathllK I : ''J".I"J "..nl, ..f HiK'ti ,Inn oi' pot at ''K .. di llllllll'K o4 XII ll, )I.'I ShuN XI. lilt.-I"I'HI (1 II II"I \,01.1,,I ""..iu wi.k I t., ,.liht I 1 1 lit',MI,ilM. nnd I 1..1: Mnli. I. c.,1 1 DR. j. A. TROVILLON I '
    , I Ci l.IM 41M, I..1.I lit itf MM h Il i he .-. I'ni'lf.it No 2 I. .- ) )l '
    a.M.H'hni \ '
    I I 1,1: > 1'1' I O.? iinKno\\ii to tin" I .mI.I",",'" and, '' ul' hI II .1.Im" !I 1 in
    .
    l 1l.t.r. | . I hil" .hnll I Mint tell f Ix ;pniMil In III. Mill 1'.0".
    i .j. \. / Ilhll"h.dI"
    11"1 I.'h. .111" ,
    < iII > I I l'. i 1 I ) M"Ii IIIXIM; ,'lot, and ) Ilronxon, ili-llc CANCER GOITRE AND
    I I J l l't" ., < Inn i xKip .r"u'l ,,1. II"' ,.r I "ipl"l"l| amilliHt 5111)1) x.ild 1.I_ / t 14 O :
    Id. \.1 :. , .HlfM.I.h.I.I.I ' ( .I I I m I 11 I. s .1. ..ilniKu I I ull".wl ,. I lillfi I Nil i'KITlpbcll TUMOR .'
    I \lfK t'o. I --If I I ', "I. ., K, xpondi, 'ntx. It fx I t."r..r.r. inditi'dI ( Thin' F lilliaiIMh I ;I \ I H 1"1. I1.fl.- Cure them without;
    'h'I"'H. I 14 I IIIJll.ifl, I I'll! i UT 1 1I St, II ui it h 1 I" < 0111 taIss'I'll I li it all I xoiiH .lllmlll'I an i I ex t I In tciiniii I .1. i. n\ ;.:itsTuioT: M I. I I.'M"/" I .1. II 1.nl.r J cuttnc
    .1 lStIi'Sl 1 ": |iit.il "t''L" Hio\\n. ,and J them out. ,
    "YOI Cleik Courtlt.
    I 11' ,. Com l S. an) I"HI' I.
    Olllttl I INVw I H. -Mt 1..hll ( and' I toth. 1112 ptop- 'I"11 '
    i I i. \ I U M 1.ul.I.| I 'i--ta'l :.11,"! j piinl rU. at wii h l inii, 1\, \ .':ltxltilat..: .' In,I Ihi- 4'ountof:J : :IIHIola; .\ JI"H:1 J.h"MI, .1"\1 i 1 ORLANDO FLORIDA :
    1.1. 1.0,1 tlitn, I N .mil. HIM h trIlg ",1 i on,1 I'MIncl N" \\Vlillll.r- HIUHHi .
    4 upon I I'
    : l I N "., I \ ni.1 of IjOtx '1. .putClark r F 8-6mo
    M.II" c.II..1 FI111
    \ ldl 1ll.knd I I Ions, .IH tin 1."r.1 .f I III 1 < lots m.iv I 1,1. 'n-WI l.l-'t IS I lIilY.tNNl i M ItaxH and IJ .
    M..UI.I. i M.II I 'hint I 1 . i I 2, :t. 4 Ir . ItoblllKon'Rddlllon I I ..cl.ln.II..I"r.
    I I'l.inei,' No 2S7s !F,> .11't. i ni MM- :""I I litii, \ In* ,inrt MM 11l \ the .low,, or KlHslrftmee'Itv. MII.TIIN ri-ioi 1 0 iiouSollilln : A.1.1 .1.) I Its IMI.n. .I..rk
    : .1.1 l f i lull l Inn, I Inn ht"\ otitl I In a tin i tint \%'. K
    1 1':".111 2 1 ll: I lx lot' hi." I'ipi- I ( ( 1 l"lolIlIil. .and' I>I-IM| 14n vardx.xt f"i, Cotnplliltin-it 9-8t 1.\.1 :. n"HMlnl'r-
    k I" 11n pi'oId I.I I h\ ; : : : "' , K K Walkorillxi.ii'torM .
    .. : ; Ilw "
    1..1,1.
    .SyHli till. :2 i < "Mlpliti' .. plplvysti :: \\ of tinNoithiiiKt: coiner, of tIreS --- - --
    mi- 1 :8.! I II I I' KiiKine Tin m' pot < 'lnl. MIIIII: 1'" 4 I Nfi 9. 1ottns.-c----l. \\ K rllp. -
    I tII !'i I I I I lunilM-r I Imlllio . \ .I..M. 3" S Italiue' .1.1: 10.: Uu'" iWtst UIII""I' I'UM'Ini-t .
    .
    plHiit "I. 1'1 s1a.i h. .1"1. 111101'' ) ; : : ; : .1 11 II inv .Ii-rrv' IHxon. I lnalll'etors.MIII .
    I Shop I '.' l.iiinliei 1111. ,11 ..rp..tu..I XIMI, ) II r.lx. I theni-e Koulh I 7ardx.. 51114' | SHE El METAL WORKER
    IH 'I xin terllltIlaIIS)' In 4 lIlIeS of thc fiiintr .ludue. Kvilllx, rli-ik.
    2 GIl P. Hollers ' Hi.I, me Kaxt: .lullardH.( I h. mi- Ninth" 7 I
    IIN'/. I 125 II I'. 'tl S: & 'i i::. I.1",1 \RTiri.t' : r. \ardH to of beurlnnlriir, .f "Klurltla llNceiila 4'4iiint>r. 1" '.
    ( IniBtni 145 .r the rorpnrntlonI point d. niipi-ar I I'"I,: :;;:.' h U .hAi
    iiililni tin 'Kill of ir1IF' "T1111.
    Ki In to Illed ,
    ,- :: >1 10 In, lIly: 1 ,'ull''I: : ; I to I..",,l lU'tllt) 4i\ a 1 Ir'MII'nt I on or" b..foi.tin Complaint 1nt day of h"1" I. UP Ilsiste sit a.rgc It. 'rssm.n Ii II, x .ind 14 \ Guaranteed
    fln''h
    ,' 2 win...Is. I IKm h I l'r"MI.I.11" i t I Sfri'Iln nnun-r "'1 IHI. I th.. Hald Hill 111 be M.111. 1\ J I. 1fl.JY..
    Biil.imT "- I 1..1 I if I HriM'torH, run Hint Iriir of I.k..n IH 'lk ll nil Creilllors, I.eKnIees lntrlliutees PHONE I49.K KISS1MMEE. FLA 1
    \I.e. 2 knife 1..0 fenx. IK thai lila \1.,1 *
    MHO 1 : ""
    ; 'pipe 'HI I 11 f I" t"hr. nor InorlImit f'en.mhers I C'lwr ,< ii ml nil I'crnfls line Ing ( Inlms orllrnisndH J. OVKWSTHFKT
    2 'I '114(1)11 I 14 In Itlp, I"M. I lli-r ) onre a for r
    : w..k
    : anil I Ihi n" owr of < sKnlnsf Mnld asteiri'l.i 2-r,1 l-lt-rk.'
    4 "IHston" 24 In HII :.t,s. I wile eltati Iflxt hv t ." lr..I"r. twelve ('nnxeciitlv.MkH In tin I I HIM* .'

    l> lt laclnir, "..i"I I '. ton thnlti lb.- tl" .In llnti.. Tli.liiTfll' .. Hliiinni'a' ,sIlie'I: (lax a new xpapitliubllxhTil and each ofou, 1icr4-l> '
    block. nnd 16-ln. beltwtretcher. 1\.11" 14 r.1 : \ In: I .IHI. ,.II.C.: '" and: :nfL arc ynotlflid \1 iu MKj-it TOII'H "untilTO -:.
    I fal.' bi.It ilamp Ihand ninh mld Iwo or mqr. ; '",''al, i-lri-iilntlon In Hilld, .olinlITNKSS \ and reiiuired to present nnclalmn \ HKI.I. K\I. EM I'A'l'lt W. W. CARSON
    I
    I offtM M. i \i'i pt that thi' l.r..I.I. nt I anil deiiiaiidx whlihou. orcllni DR
    foiK**. 1 automatic I immp'for \v I Hie I Honorable Ja tiles .
    : (he not I of have iiKfilnnt the .
    dry kiln 1 old forne. 211, fiCe ,buck- HOII'r"IM..r .h..1 I. ..n. I'-iklnx. .IncK of the ("'.ul Court of I'Ntatc(i of OcorK\Ol. *mav' H Tat mIen. deeeaned.Ijite In < i..srl ..f ...: < ountr Ju.lur. Slate DENTfST
    I. 12-in I llu S."tenth, .Ilidii-lal of KI 4lMcr..la oumty. i
    shitlni th. f
    l 2 >
    I M"I"H..I.rl. II. II .r"la.
    I Ttm I i; nn Ill I'll pcrMonn II hal (Irl'ul fif OKIola < ount\ the "
    "
    24,2: C.lo' FI.rlll. .
    IVelliss I C.hl/o.I hlnd
    b..1 IIC'III IM till- ( t4lUCt fll4 llUHtll4HNof said Office
    I urn. and the ofnclal seal of l"d.rHInpd.ln.I.trAlrlx .r 4' llrnrb. Iits >r- over Buildinc \
    4 Hu.h B..I. snllCourt. In r l'siiaie: Piey'
    ,
    II. a."o' "lh who date 1..1.
    thf fom .
    1 : | nn\ . S
    unll "rl..rM. .1.1' t.o ;
    \Ihln I
    ft II In. Sauamoi. Ilhl.r I h.- ,'Ip.t..d l | .. of IhlH Zixt day of .IIIUI' . 1 IfllBSeair lleri'Of Hril.Not Office : 11 1

    48 r t In Haic4inuiv HII.r 1,1. Ihll I IH of said company Hhall l i.e. gual. ( J.. U .:RC ( -: Dated Janunrv 29th., A r> 191(1AI ( IIM I Ix In-ti-by I 11."" to all I I whomIt Office 'Phone Ill Residence _.. II ,.
    .rlc" .
    3fiO fl 4 In 1..Amor. Huhl.r H.I. I 1 CK-rk t'ourt MT. MOItHISON.79t I ' c..r". I A. K I llroUKhtaK I Oas Administered for Kxtraetloa .!
    SIM 3 In: Hubb. ., ft ra.foul & Jin vial i ). > Administratrix. Ad"lnl.lrAI.r with will annexed T.ethFRIDAY.
    1 IS In Huhl'rl1.1 .hl laln. pr..I..nl for uf I .* KxlaU- llomaln <". llt-ach. d'--
    -
    4in lalalo. I li I.'iirv I I I ld.*nt. .\.lnr. (" -
    Sheet r HecelvT' i I 1'jil .1..ln. 1.-lr..I. ("H..I'uw on. the 2Nth day of .April.
    : ]> KI.KCTMIN l.
    : ft. *< in.o'K' Ituhll.r.1JeIt :t>if said Secretary threw inT8 Tr"llurr..ns. .hll 1O''ll'' TO ('ltEDiTOItSa OTn'l 0'.1"lfI.'L A. 1 >. ID] 6. apply to the Honorwmr T.
    19U 2 L."I.r B..I; olvlbr. M. Murphy, County JudtftIn and (or
    IlC director. That
    c. IS HERI HY
    a NOTICE
    160 f. a.. leather n.Jt! 14 r. Much 'di reruns nfflmrft he ,. Court of the ('County Judire.... 81... special election will bn held on April a Hold Count'. nt his. offIce In Klniilmm .

    4 I..nlher 1"1; *.lix-U.il /nll'the, .- "hl1 ,* nf KlarUlH. Oxeeola County. 15th. A. D. 1016 -In the following In said e.a"t)/ at 10 o'clock R. GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYAT.LAW
    .
    .n"ullv .
    -nther Hell : )" Fled Mnc1ilncoinilet4 in of each biKiniilnir I. re Kstnlv: .( Alrlblndes Hone.To . m. or nit noon th reaC.r al'lh. mailer
    60 ft 4 Kal.bc IM) JR""lr ye'ar1. t.rllor", ,lo-wll.1I : heard to Hell
    he
    Iseltirig | .. | I. > |nNthi ", ynr 1917i all' UH..ol. County Florida, can Hale, the following '; -,,- irl,.r , ,, ,
    4 .
    -: /her : ft. 1".lh..rl.U..II./;: a i 'v .BfiSjn..I A Creditors r.eaatces, DlntrlbuUes at public or private '
    \ 1..ljfO. iu"b.'r'B.I!, ..ii Th as ai.I' < HTHI.)1"hll'ldopt 4 'I''t.l and all I'erxoiiH Havlncc Claimsor and Iti-irlnnlnK'nor. at particularly the II".rlh.d.corner as of described real cntate in said County, '! v Collections and' ConT.7anc M
    electric. .80ulh.a.1
    I>emands-Ai raliist said Kstate to-wlt:
    lace leather: ItyUawa < : >
    approprlatf H 'a lit South .
    wiring system : :2X Hand SawnI: C!>r the government ? Its nf- You and each of you are herebynntillfd Township'rwentyeipmht ItaiiK" Thirty-four f4) East, )and run- l.ota. Nine (9). T.n' Mfl). Kleven (II). Specialties #
    2 do 1 glue pot and required and (12). In Illock Two Hundred
    ... counter tihaft fult not In"n"MI..t with Itn articles to present ..nyt.lml thenciWest aloiinT the- TownshIp ','olv.
    '( Ihs nine; 4 Stlllsoii I'll" I nc'oi pot at ,," Kaw of the and d'm""d. yOu fIr "lnA dividing Townships TwentyefKhtSouth nn."p\.nt..n (17 In the Town lit l-S BroadwayT.
    .. I KmoryN heel I lit.t II'I thl .IIh'r of you may have analniil the : of Kt C'I. A.
    'r..n.I. 4tf h"1riln. \)nlrh 1\.I..w.| may and Twent\-nine <2S) South, .< <
    Iliie? will lie liaat-d
    on
    wheels. 3li I.f Itnse. deceased.late Which "
    lul"'H aniftiilid 4>r aleil pro- f'HI.I. \rbIAo'H o-f TownshipTncntyclKht HI.nl"At"
    Ii rep the Southwest
    I corner
    > I" .
    !19 for such Hale
    chart 22 ft 3-7-1S 1. Mh.n. d in H.iid of OH"'ol. Cnunt.. "'Iorld. to theunileriilirned ) South. HnnniThlr, Upon the now
    ft 2-7-16 do; 32 fl. 1-16-11 do. 110 \II..M.111'1" 7 ,; ., .. ".I.lp. IKI on file In. said Court.

    ft. 2-7-18 ,yxlra : I."r&OIf If 21141'2 111do ft.I TIe hlK h..nt ''n.unt of indi'liti'dnfflnoi within two )'PBr from the date henofDated the tf-tW4; rariffe> ((33)line': \.i TH 'North,- Thirtyone along- l ati-d 2Klli March A. 1. .19U. H. RIVERS. M. D.
    \ "K
    111 Hlnclt Stiam pipe liahilltv, to ahteh the I Ki-bruary 21st. A. II 1916. < PHnl'IHT.d"lnlalralor
    corporation (32)). ti> the
    (31))
    In. 17 1 In ( 1 IS AONKS 1hlrt.t" .\ drlth AfltilXi'lIhIIt
    : IIOSK. Rnc
    17 ft \ dl ,' nt ntiIliim HuliJ' *'t't IA'lr ah:11 bo Township I TownshipsTwentyseven Wil
    25 HIMui ,1 'Ivldln.
    III In l.lolie Mils. Tvi 10-11 _Kxeculrlxi .( 27 Twetitytlirht(2S PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
    )
    stork "I1houHA".1 InlarH. I
    I let Hlo
    <' > uriiiMi1 I h..I ; 110 ( ) Thence Wi-st said, Townxhlp Office Osceola
    .I'M. 1 plpi lutter I \d box p.i- The ininn H1J'.I'nidetici of the 4 iitfi IT < oi ItT KOII TiIhSl-a- llnito the "... .nR bolindar\ ofI'"mIMMlo'r' \\.1'.1'Tin. tI''I'IO' over Pharmacy

    1 I Ii Hue I:%.lIlt 11111-I: l c7. 4 ,., poriitoi' H I nnit'the nll"'rlz .1 .. K\TII: JIII'I" I, f' : ,
    I.r:; do .3"It x ( opp.-r. rlvett-. ,, I M, ,m'It "ul,,, i iheil .. i\r" : !' .: r' KI.OIIIIIA i > I I'D: the ." I the canal la Sour! of I untr Judsrev .a.. .I 141.a .
    ( gIll.! pot 1 "I". Hiinp- II. f., t. \MI K4II4 )<<. KOI.A (5(1 >T1 HI1..1.. .11'.1-, I' Osrelhia <'00fl13.l'sste .
    1..1 Inif, I.aki and latk1'iiliop'lia- :
    6 falll ..IM fm, oil' Imi: rels I nal- .,.hl I.1..111. 11,111...., 1"I.Ila., .1". IN 4 II N4 Kill: I liua, Thence, CxprtHH aloiiu Hald canal I al.oltit '

    I lon n1.'Mlr' i rlll..IM. 6 ,1 oaiix .,f I H when-, coniiii-tx with l.ak l Tollop. : .r .. .I Jackson 1 .1...
    1 5 Kal. inn : pr I tniiux 111 I 'in I \ I 'a'i tin. K iNP'lfltttl( P, Florida, In I Matter of tbe Petitionif l Ii allKll TImelleisroimn.1 salt I.akifi.llou '. I IY I Til'; .1'I.n I 1 Fl I II" $.\111 I I I '' it'P F. KRIBUS w. j. STBBD
    6
    12 01 ,pand 5 MIaMI; .I cups. '|t i-Ii.tr-s the \\-Hti-in, ,lioiniil.il \ of In ,. M YateH IIIIH aplill.d ,

    1411 .I"'H.' 1 13 IM In mil "I'1"; : I I'.," ,lii) "t Kin II . l; $In do I" do shall M made l-'ree-llrsler. on I tin Km.ite of I CM-IH; ,nil.1.1".I'M.n
    : the raiml joining
    l
    4 round files. 3 bumll law- MICIlalItIr's, of -M)TM K Or' \ 1 I :11 to a point "h.'r' lilt. fi/ 11."rpo"II.rM' "I".1'I' Tohopi-kallKH and "lOaxt' Lake TohopeliallKa YII"H. ,1."M..1 .
    hide belt II. ... IC-tonxes coil ....r- JOHN I'AUTINin.NH TI'I M.I.IHl.M' ,I'!' 01':1 IIIIIII'dlM with Laki. TohoI.ekaliira. l 'onn,t\ of .Hc..I. ATTOKMiYH AT LAW
    leHH llelt l.nrlllK. 9 boxes hpl ; v 5) r \ UTINI'AT I III h': "IT K.ViN That o I 16thd.IN canal Thes. n'le (me lo life ami aduii.nlHli I.
    : : TimelIer aloni toK.ixl
    canlx, to I in I ., of A t>. 1 > ; (10). HII.I Ulndlid,
    hooks 127 1.01. ji kii vsr< Vplll 1 lfi. at till ( ) all ,ind Hlrii.uf.ii tin
    : l.lkI'l'h in-- business of all kinds
    : : Legal Given
    blue Valve I IHxks "MM.rt..1 4benches of .\ I xhall applx the an.l iiiMljtoiH of Haiil .U-i.-aHe.l to be
    Slit"' ) I :1. 11"0111. lOaxt Lake, ., I .
    ) l'llIll 1'3"I' 1 ''ilr .: ,:11M I Oiiiiit \ of"1.la 1"'lta) I \\' I l-etklnx' .lliIlgl' of onallv acroxx I IIMI"/"I/ .11'1'1 Hill I IIIIIMIII" i' h..r.,... thlH Colltl on ., be- prompt attention.

    on: tiui-kK 3 ft clamliM.. Ii" \ I.I. WHOM IT MV ililltlid eoiilt Coi Hi-eiiHito mull.metalv r.II."II""n"MI.I"I"M ) ,' .fi.ithe 2Mb il.iv' .'cli'll| .'c I II I I'+Hi.nnd .
    ,, .
    ( % ..
    2 1( In ,In. I water: pump [ l boiler, F- I.: I IT .1< Xl I i\\V. That I I.f.r.(OCI.INI ) thu > iliaiKiof: 'and control' mv I"r., r 1h' ) > to In. ItaiiU" .rn litii-hOln,II\ 1,1- III' obji i tl.niH If I,> tlie I IIIM.. Offices 11 and 12 State Bank Bide.KlsBlmniee .

    r.cl 1110( ft *< In I""" 111111 tiozzlc. I < i HKII| ,"I..r. dul. mil hot"((7,1 d tand, I lii-i',onn fn.i--di .1'r.l" i\- I ItS i tl"'fr. I"S'O* and* TliliU-om' 10 I Hie tiiaiillni.I nf I I..I""M t of Ailmlnimi.itlon i I Florida
    InMoulder <
    2
    2-3-16 Hhaftlnit 4" v i I. < t 111 1hlrl" l.ru'is'l then
    ') 11101,1| i tin 1.1" .r ( nf Klor- ci" xp. Theni-i ald lEaim.line, nn ",10 1.Mt..
    blank bits. 100 3 In do hut to ."IIIIIM'.r .nlh. ii lId take is'- I H.illN W 'lull mini, 1111141114."lilt o 1 I 1.11)the: Conntline' the.n Hani.heln, tin. I ' I'' will I i l I... .un..1! I lu .Ill VlnnnhM
    : 12X.HJ i" riami I klllv.s H,.1,1,1.- II Tliiitmnn. In flits I 'I. ., oth.t III
    I Hcl ((3> k""I.I"n"'IIM.I tills dl' )1'M.nllh'! J.II :n I.. 'i'iOd, line I bi I w ei. TownxhlpxTM I' S II.M of HOIII. IM-IHOII
    L 36.;; I set 1 plum r knh','" for lll''A' i i "'-'"'Y for tho PUIPOW4of In'11111 ) ronH4Mit .1.11" / | I Moll
    1"1,1 .I.h" 1'lrln. Ilrll r (2 4) and' Twent\-H\i I Pat Johnston O. P. Oarrett
    2 M'Il I ti '
    rhl' J74 moulding bltn.: I ,, ill tin ,". ci) I" \ IihilNl lllliattle "",1\ JllilUinf '
    $
    n mi
    .
    .I..lton nWII Tiwii- .
    III 11 . .. "II'h I. ..1 , 1'I 121) .rhn. W< xt alotili xHlil .
    ht.lM for Milling IT MOSS": nun, nfol.siild, IhlH til. 27llliln
    ,,
    IrItlcr nc'I' ; a tid U now n to IM t IK* i III"Ilull.l tlc-.1.H..II..I \ line to thNorthw.xt oorm, ofT..niiMllp the 1011111 1) JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
    hlp
    ::
    l lilts: anil Jidnler, h.-nrts. %'. machine 1 1 in (41111 u ho MuhM.rll. hi t IrII .'It \ 1.11 Coiintv. Florida. tliNth Soiith I ," .r I"I h .\ I H I IH1
    I Bet Jnlnti. lo \'H1,1 2 n niH to thi. r""lol. 1 fh.t i lr.th, chIC of Man' h. \ H lIlt'! 1 | t Tw.iitx T""lly.'h.xeren 10 I I ,i.ixt: I .ill I T M :II'II'I15.ro I I \
    Ir""M" Itinui' '
    KrlliKer ,1. ". I'Klllllir' ; : ,II. TIII'UM u.iKeKHHli7r'
    wheels for < -
    run .I.\ 2 s.tutl4'th I. t a tid i Ic'h \.rAI. n.n"l 1 din ilto I II. Th, Mr, Sniitli ali.nu till t.Illg' llli. illidmu I'I' "nl
    .' .
    lars lo woik "ZSV nnd IM font h.- ..x..u I tlu II MdtVV TltI'hll.tN.tiIti"
    .- .rvI6 n.'I for ., h/ S 4-\ni | \ , U.IIIKIX 1".1.Ix 421)* and sta, Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizen Bank
    f.r oe .4-u' u.Ios' ,
    i rr Nil in** liiiI I he purnoHjK t ht-relii *>x pri US.I'll. 1',1. tI 11)1:
    lIMIt ,'r f.r i.pir ; .\ I'inns 1 l''Iti'otiI 1S-4I .1 11 .11).1 I : I. ..lh"1
    No 333 &M. 1 |. .tin) aw tlnir IIIM- andoluntitry act .1. f. r of Tow-iiHlilp TwiitIU I 2. Ii l I Building
    141(11kt.lv.ls I -i.r 1,1 .
    out feed loll.) 1 doz IIIMh.,1 I' \ i.i7. tie. |IuIIHh-1
    333 M 4 .Ul' II. KIIIIK T""I"-H"'I, < 1)) "1:1,51iim I'.II".1. .... Klsslmmee, Fla.J. .
    for No 1.1.1.:1':: in)' hand' and offl< lal s. al) ( Ir..1 4 eiirl Olnle of Klorliln. Sec Ii..e Kant;, South.'list) ...Mi.li"i .I 1 1"1.,1,1.
    Kll-
    blip |
    12 .
    knlvis: 6 knives 1 pr 1"HlmO. .-. OIl( **.In d'antv. Flor Jutllclsl 4 Ircnlt. t.qelnI ToiMiHiiip I. I ir.i I South. .\,1, 1st.: 111141

    nert KlK heeds No 333 I carborundiim & M ida., on thin) the 2tth! d.y of Kobrini .un4y. I I!,nilTHI.III""\'-..."I.t\lO.lHt: Tin'nr.I of Dot'I.la. ) I
    Inserted KIIW teeth l 4 \ .. IitYhelen HSI'olintv
    I l.ox \ 1 Il 11116! 1 tinCounl
    I asleil foll. lug )
    nlonvs I 1x4 .In 1. Tally. M<'- I I I"' Si-al I fj I' OAHUKTTNotnr "Boutin.. to tin. Siuthu> ). MI conn'I of Townxlnp of OM' ...l.a )
    ; ,
    ler; I 5 II. I'. Motor : i n 11 i ) State of Florld.i ,. Ir.lo.rl anil Dnlrlle M.llralnerd. I27 > South IJaJini l I.: foil ",. ,. ii,.tni\ ,iMilili.", In and

    Motor; Heparil Hollers fioin .IMoof for >1\ 1.111.exIirl H.AU.J. 117J.h"I !' ." ..... Twenty-nine.w."I.n((2'D! I'AMI.: Th,",'i- \.IMt !! the RI.t.. and rwuntv afiiresald, W. THOMPSON
    & (-n ; 2 new door arch fronts I I "n."II..I.n i "'t. .7. v N.I llni dUldiiiRTownahlpx IHOIII.IU, | | .-' K. (1. VansAKliew
    from Clermoiit > l.oulxe ",. .1 .iloiiK tin' Township : : ;; :tl :, : aicordinu ;
    boilers; I lot flies .\t "Ilt-Jloratlon. .__ 1 1 IIt t ) II lllenlH lnry .1. -se\en (27) and who, havlnu; : dul> sw-orn
    Mill B In.. 8 In., 6 10 In. 1 dry kilncompletl K.mllr: A.. Illenln. l.)!' .... . : % .:: !-\:: lhr.I.2'W( ) to Lake CpriHS.Thence law oH.-H an.sa>'H that he FUNERAL DIRECTOR
    >D'1'HF: TO Also all other machinery, parts of I h,1: 1 bill filed In the above-stated cicusethat boundalles. of: \', .' and that the f"I."lnr and

    . I'M. ('01 HT OF* TIIK <'01"NTV Jt'lX.K l >. K II.nl., Mary LoulHe Hlenls \'Ht'r/I and Southern to here Is..1.1.I. th. of his U now I.d.. 11 '.
    mAlhln.ra..M'
    , ,1! /''he ''SiakR?' STA'IK "" .un.*. <>*" KOl.A A nIl Kmlly HI'nll. the d.r'nd."t.. :County: line County connects I Kanireline .lief. a true statement of th. ..wnprHhl LICENSED EMBALMER
    .nC.a h.Wltfl.ht.
    th,' dAt. of "' therein named ale . ) ((34)) ,. liiiKement. etc" of the nfoieiiald ,
    the 15th Vty. of and resldi-nts of between ItanKca date shown In
    orgut.'Iz. utate are '
    'Iorld. ,,
    ,I sL'i' !. I' 191. At XI14Kimm'. In ro Kntiitta.. off Z. W. Ban. the Unl.1 over the al" of and alonif Thlrty-nve said range line( 35)to. the r point of Nortn hi.. the above : :: 'I.Orr.lqh. ,r bv the Act Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.Ki..lmm. .
    h Florida Lumber twent ears, : It Is 4>r- 24. I Ill 2. embodied In
    Plant or the Ioul To < re"dlt.r"HlUeKMtrrM... ln4rlbntee > th.r.ror. said descilptlon bi-liiK meant to .f Ailicust
    Company. "t ,in said mortKRKe 'i ..I all leroo havIng I l.lm. or Imnndn >*- d.r..d'th..t said nonresident l.r.ndAltl I 11".lnK.all of Commissioner.a 1 Hlstrlctsnumbered tion 441. Postal Laws and (." .p"-I .., Fla.
    particularly d..rl.d aaIal.t l be and hereby required appear nrlnled on the reverse side of '
    more .10 I..C. (In.- (CO.I Two I 12)). Four ( 4)
    1 I All of snld property h.111 lo.at..d In You. antlarh ( IOU Ar. hereby I to the 1,1 of complaint filed I In and Five 51. as now recorded In the form. towit. .
    o"nlyHIAtp notified Jitid -juird to present any cause on or before IOn"HY. the Clerk of the Circuit Court I That t h. names 'R.0 a I, O..eol.The (<'baser shall pay cx'CThrsnthe chums nnd demands which you rfithwr ,. daY of .\taril. A. I II olher.ll. thealleKAtloiis In office I and of for the Osreola Couiitv. Florida todetermine the "hl.h.r. editor. "anAKlnr .Ii- W. B. Crawford Lee Jarreil

    (iM'll.1I forr of \ oti. mav hn\' against thnentate of said bill tak.n not aald I' rrl- tom hu.II..H m.nA..rH
    I 23rd day of '. of 7. W. BIH. deceased, late ofiMffoI.i ... confessed by said defendants shall be whether ronatltuti or lit. a Spi-cJal I'libllsher.V l I JBrrl.. Klsslmmee. CRAWFORD & JARRELLATFORNEYSATLAW
    1916. ( v. to the undc-r- It Is further ordered that. this orderbe tory 1.1"
    I 1' JOHN( f (* .. Hiuni'd Administratrix of said ostate published once a week for four con- Itoad and Bridge' I brldttes I Hlxtrlct I "('ii instrui p' r"-ted KJItor I I': K: NauKle. 11.Mln'I"1" .-,

    As Special la14ter11It within two ) from the date hereof.Dntctl H..ul.kH! In the Klsslmmee Val ii. nt r"Md"11 the IHHIH- and 141411' ofbondM "-

    I OhnncervNUTITK ,elr. A. P. 1' fi11KNU1KTTA IH..t.! newspaper puhllihtd In andald aH for spiclllid\ .In Hald pi-tltlon I A Itunln.-sH maiiaKer K: ( V.nlI' Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizen
    HASH. sail and State. K IMMIm".'. Via
    C'.unl. of the roads and,I new"
    OKIPI.U'ATI4>M FillS I.I1T- 11 -Qt Administratrix This March 1st, A. 1> 1 1916, I dp".rl.I.. I lh.. .111, IlilIlt. I J That the ownem anil Bank 'Building
    ( Cl J. 1. OVEUSTRKKT.Clerk 1. .0" rl'I.I. K IHH!mnl.-e. Kin
    |-\tl.H- In Itarrl.
    . 1MTKVIAMI C't H..1 l of iand I inanni \ .
    I 1"1 Florida
    T"I' "UJ( il'ltN 'OTM.: ()' "n""I'TI"TUI Circuit Court pnimint Hlm., the I. ruction of I-: ( I Vain. AUIICM KIH"loo. e. Kla Kissimmee

    I "'tl . UI"C.'I.. Kill HUM & STEEl to be mad.' ill..-' 1114 followsTin It. That tit.' known bonil h..I..r. .
    I Solicitor for Complainant 11-SI th.. tI.i.IC... and othei H.-.uilt\' -
    mad known as I"
    Notice Is. herrbv gIven lat Ihe un- In ourt or oiintr Judge **late of I load. >C..pl ,'r't slIM flIng or 1"ldllll per ent ortotnl

    "erslKncTl will 3rd day 1"lt. -
    the are
    i.rIti'r
    of the State of Klorlda. on I of Klxilmiii M. .rll"H
    I of AprIl A. 1). 1 91 ft. for I...lti-rs Patent, Is r. E.Islc: .., John K. . .rr.,. In Court .f t.. Conn
    In.orpor.tnR 4 sceoa Hanch Companj' II i Is h.Tet v rtv.*. all whom. ". OHceola Conaty. I line II' nnd runnlnif throuKh. tin. Town ofI'ampbell Mernrentlial.'l' l.lnotvpe Co N. Waring Building .
    ,1 wltig proposed .hurl'r It that on t he 2Sth daof \ V-ilk. Y
    mav concern ivtendliiK throuithS.itlons
    I =
    a I .;' ? land.articles of Incorporation. a copy ; AiiitiiHl.' A 1'.1916. I shall Apply toi In re Estate of '; '.:. Trudell.To 29.MIII. I...1.1,and, 32 In .Tn" ,,stiil. K. 4J V.Rf'oW: .

    .. .., ot which ha. been nled In of Hie i thtHonorable T. M lurl.hv. JudKu of All Creditors.: Leiralees. Ulstrlbutccs Twentv-flv' (26) South lt.in.-e Twentnlne S\\ntti to and. .uIM'rlbp.1 I h.r.. m. - --
    of the Stain I' .. for aid All Persons having (Malms I this Wtb da .if .
    14 the of State 'said f ourt as Judge S.-itlonv 1. 2. And 3 > Alarc
    Secretary ) ":
    (21) A"I.| : : Whenever Y4ia Need a OemeruM Toalo
    1 mv final, dlsrhncKe an Admlntstratrlxo or O.mAndl Against said Estate: ((88) South. (8.-ui I I 1'1:1.Hly
    I' FloridA .10HN PAnTIN I with /nn.x..I. of the estate of You. and each of you. are hereby of.. 10.1.111 TW"ltY-HI1- glHt. Sections co"I.Hlol .eKplres 9-1-1.) Take Grove's
    ) 121)
    HENRY O. PAHTIN John ). 11-," . d-o.'asi.d ;, and that notified and required to present any I .. 34 of Township Twentylive Standard Crow's TaatxOeea
    JOHNSTONARUfIE said claims nna* or Z'IUI The Old
    I'AT at the same time -.1 will present to South. Rnim-e Twenty-
    . *' ('ourt my final accounts as Administratrix "ier of you e.B.d.ha'I'"arnO.. the I. el"ht f It) East) and Sections 5 and 6 of Chief Inspector Joy Heck, in his report chill Tonic la equally ralnable M -

    I Or" INfOHPORATIONO8CBOLA AND with will annexed of said eatutati > ate of . Township Twenty-six (21> South week noted that only seven General .Tonia because it tx talna the

    t ,, i PRO'.OIEO (I" .1 l ask for their approval of O.c.ol. County. FlorCd. to the Range Twenty-eight (26)) East. last known tonic pO1IertIeofQUINU1
    well
    COMPANY 19U( said
    Hated February IKth. A. P. (rinnei infections of citrus canker had been
    JUNC. MARGARET fc. KOCH ENDER I' ..late, within two years from the date The road known as the KlsslmmeOSt. the -. and IRON. It act 490 the Urn. Drive
    from corporate
    . Administratrix, with Will Ann *-reof Cloud road extendlns found as against the thai Blood- and
    Th* undersigned hereby associatetBemselv4M Dated February 21st. A. D. 1IK. limits of the Eastern part twentytwotor oat Malaria, Baricbe

    : totcether for the purpose. ofbecoming CRAWFORD for& JARREI.U Administratrix. IELIZABETH TRUDELIa10t the town or Klsslmme. City. 'd" same week last year.ii u1da up tiss W.aols O

    Incorporated. under. the laws Attorneys. 10-loamV' j AdmlnlstratrlK.c to the We.t'bank of th* canal joining

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    FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 191S
    PAGE 12. 11, THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .

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    }, -t- .'O'C': '..,,,l 'HK !MILHNotion on :Monday/ tlie | i I< /Any of Mny. A: P. ; $'.'.'.nl>.-nix7S"" ). nf Hcrtlon Fitur <4I), r ,
    I I iti! Il, the followlnir 1 di-ncrlli.-d, .. real In Township: Twt-nty-slx 1 124), ".. JtSniLe ,
    : ,la l\fOr..by-Rlvon that under eHtalo 1411(tiNt fill lii: "aJd OKreolH County. Thirty Sli)| )K; itlit., l ':.tn numbered I LOCALS I III JI .
    *' iil. ty virtue ut'R' final' decree orfonchiKuro I'Ios-i.Ii.' to-wlt.I . Ki-vi-n ( 7 > Eight/ < 5), Twenty-flv4'* t28>. ADDITIONAL 1
    'f : Twenty-nix .
    ; nndFflynln 1281. .
    timuvd out of II'''l I IX.IH ininilxTed, Flfty-vUHt$ ' ,6101.) Tlilrty.nlriV .* mini of tin- Circuit C) 'urt OfJudIHI unojrth tfiovontli .. < 514 I : al IHU I h.I IB numhered. Koriy t MO), Finy., .v<.|i, < i S7), Fim. Which Do.You ;t
    '"r Circuit nt theqf Hlnli> ( >i I.I I II I n ml tc.I" !Ihhri-Hlv I < I3 1\\) 4 >ii.' "-( ; "Florida lit. It nd for o llIrct\! County.' Huildled, e'Ueluht' : ( Illli), 1.\:, IIIclUHlve :- I < 70) Ki-vvtilyroiHr (71), KeVelily-two I II .Rev Wm. T.- Mii hel1. of Ma.npurl,
    In et t Inc. In it ci-rlaln'CHUHI* . all .ii Kt Cloud I llotilovnlil' .I4tli. <1.721. lOlKhty-TilliM, I 1.H( ), Ninety (!tIJ'. .
    Chnnci-ry 'of M n ur" <'1liiif' J KtrdliiandHulloclc I
    .Uiereln ,i.fiKllim.i I livri-ln ,1.r'i; > il'11Ju:: ; It is importantfor reasons' of health and ..+ ,
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    .'......1\'.-.. of OHI ,n>* iin- I llayinHunk ( 111 Front A I lo 1 i 1'lat. ni .q..a.] ); OIK; audience at the Presbyterian church' ,
    ..f Ui.. llii I > )lri> 11.141.I l .. I .
    IB vniniilalniit.nnd Hiil itl l fO,, ,II. I ni.In| the J fllc i< < >up in* ii u . :?' AT l'n"t, < nnn Hoyco>:? Mm, l >. W. !I.iIc! 1 of tinmi 4'11'I'ull.1'1 l In mail for w.i.ty.c.n4.121). . >iii.. )llumln-,1 tw..> last: evening/ at (i:30:: o'clock Ho.suM practical economy for every housekeeper 'T..tI'J

    Mrs li.-iU'h.. W 1.,1": l iii,JlllIV./.1 l .Jio A."("'II.. :.Mm I H" ,\.c.H.t". "' .i.I I .|1.1 iilI i ):iHi--.la Ii :ilti i .4 4 DI$: :I.r.Li\:i \h Ii..I t'Ite A Twenty.P. I II I INI I;ii.ziti.I rj.; if' '''(4''Im: )Due, Vu..j lluiuH'p 4' ? :),, lunnlyifutniiiif I" : ; 1)JUflg.tItI1(1'! things that the po|>-ulntion I to ask herself this question :' -. . I

    .'.. i i"llW, lu L. 1 lloyiti'; 1iellH ill lill"h'j " " "1'.1,. ,iiititiu th.; ,itiilillt1, "r.III ..0,1.141of 11 ). on. ,. 11 un", .-.1 thirtv-iiu' A,3:4l: tof the Unltoji .States would haveto
    ..t.y Will. II/ Ilo.Vl'i'. 'di-HKIlMlMK. 'HIMfHIKlHIllK. .( llll 4 *J. ..I \ 1.1 It14' )JSII\ i)( II I onuinlre \ifMK. <"..' .Iii. /lllilKlro.l Ihtny-f.Mir II84T.\ Hi*. Do I like i
    \, tll. UIMll-IHlirlK-ll.. I n* $p I 43 1 .. HlNli.I I MM ''.' (J '1'1.1' I iHil.' Klov- (limdn-d.I ,Uilrlflv* *. ( l 1113 ). tin.. Mui'. lie, Increased niiw-fold, before it prefer a pure baking powder
    ; I 111 I I Hi'll I ni I ,iniMInull it i n 1.111.i ) )',\ *.i" i. i oIZI..I") | ...4't. ((2D 11(1 tI ItII'I, .,.. (11:1111.: ) 0.... IIl1l1d..1) i ifour
    VI ;">Fl-i r In iltirlim i'IWiinix Hie I I.ijiI\\ ,li'iuiK, nf.j-iil I Iiut..d. .*'. '1'.nl\.I\\II'.illv ,tIIS.2: 'I. Txx. ItS > -4lin c ( SUI(4'M : I.I. I. iirt-tIs. ..,. ,1 l,3.4)). "11.... )Ifulld,1, lilt ) wonUl be us Jeiise UK that or India Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from \

    ; "ftifui'itil.\.t KlNHIII'lll i.'\ '. ... <.'Uii-l"! I I Ill, ) ;3.1.1 I fI IK. ..*.."S ..I'In..1, I Hi I'lillllU, ill\, I .!Ifl, j., 'Un llli, ,, .... 4.t(ii.: .riitv"KAtlx-liitiii. lour, , i. ',4)) (111..<,tiil' :,!.. . ( (151)un,): iiuiiiii on. ;; ..|liinilrd.i iiriv-f.lv' ", llfl\-lH.iir.ui' '.imrt/ t that ti't.)' jiroductn; nnd 1 Himclc l of grapes or am I willing to ,
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    I I iiiiiiii I,l'I! Hi.vtv.-tu I )t (,1Irol.I ; I Mn. I iiuiKii.I 1 .'
    .i\tv *.lv I 110 1 ..:4(. I I On. "I 11"1| | nix I I' AJ'-. 'Mfic'ii-ll: ;'i iO an uhle p"lIk"r and powder made of alum or phosphate, both r
    -. 'I n I "ili.Tt,; i >ii., I 11111,1.1., l HIXI I ,, j _. ", ,
    I MHI" I'',". vl) I I..I..l,, ,,,! "(Ulltj -tl'..: -, 1'CO" ) III .th(' \\ n-fit, ti11 iii, ion of )hirt hour<< I derived from mineral sources ? .-

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    tin' 5t1. h'' I : Wt'stlt' Hit ".It| i.. .1. lulu' s..v.'n", < |ISTi. II",.. HI'H; i ( I j The nameS of the ingredients printed
    CASH IS KING "i FOR LESS .lli.l' I 11.1.l-. ,I-tI,1; , l |Ist.i I t .Int.'II"hl'| i, |" oJ j In-I i iini"i i (''):\p: i I loni'o 'in, .mi.-.ilun i wqrk
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    .i) 1''''I 'I. c.Itt. I I lOt. 11'\' m )"'dill for; ifhi) \ ">oiJ'wir.i.' )His -. on the label s11ow'whet the kind you VJAS

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    THE[ AMIiy STORE Inc. :" I I fi.,,. "|". |11".1.| ! ,.,.,| I nh, I *'t! t-ulu.: (1"1 ,ilic,s wa: truly ht&th lIflll'Lieth'e'and', are now using or any brand, new or old, ,-

    TWII Illlliill." >l 'li'lil'l. TvMl ', ".i..i! I iinjiiiinjr.! $ ; '
    v. 5 I. ii t2l,171.i. TH l hunt., .1| .i i, i. that may be offered is a genuine cream
    I I- ,n il'lvi I ; Twn p Hllli'H.-.l i i, nil I I,.. ,.
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    PEAtC[ & PEAKE -' j J'I:' I 'run. I 11111I,1 I , 'I IMtiity. ilitl!: ) Tvvn am) < .
    I"I ",,,1.1, I" 'nt' \ .1I1,,. I 22:! |II. T\vi"> S Hlli, :N.llic; I L\\i itt. of IlrooKlyn" N.: Y. ; ;Mr..nnl of tartar powder, 'or merely a phosphate
    l It..L b ,, ".ls-I. ,. 'l.a.'J. Two 111.<11"", 1tv. 1-
    iris-." >. n ( 'J; |I. Two Ilu.I, ,, .1lu I ;\I'I ,i'it. 1'. I llamniel I << of ;.Minnwipolls i 1 or alum compound.
    We have the most complete line of Shirts ever shown in KissimmeeLion 1 nl- .lulit. 'U.'si: . Two I InnI, ,* i or'.Cun'ul.tI. .
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    | IL'2'U HumlO! i.t., Royal Baking Powder contains no alum
    .1 Brand Dress Shirts f.OO$1.25)() $1.5O) K r-.Mdi.I' Tss.I ;. I HIMI.II..I I ; : I IlilttvTu I" -:':' I II.I ; ,Mr. I'hurnuin. of ( ;icrniantown'I .
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    i.: Il I. *> Huill'lt, , *< tIiI It .10.i, ,IL''I: .
    Brunei SJiiHs $ | .OOWe'niso 'fun, lluiiili.I', ' fm nnine '1:4):". Tu\ I I'a. ; H. J liilli)!.',. of Unidilla] :X.: V.j; nor'phosphate.
    to $4.50. Lion Sport : "I I IMI.Il,1. . 'llriV I .Till, TV.I 'I. )HlllKll.il,
    inn .Iit.l' I 2.! oI.I T\v I *> llijn, "r",1 l tlt\\ ;Mr. ami\ tJ J rH. Honjaniin, of 'lovclund! JI JII '
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    huiidlc the Famous Swcct-Orr Work. isv .. iznai.! 'i.. iiun.ii.-.i. , nrty-nu-, . I Ohio' all iriK-stN at tin (; 1'UV..tolll ho- j ROYAL BAKING:( POWDER CO.:
    U..I:II. ltv <* /Iliiiuli... .1. lilt v-f.'tlr < 8.ril,I. : .
    and Dresw Shirts ( union made. ) Sweet- TVS.. iiiin.ii.il. lift ) II'i .. .ir.r,,. :T\\ I Ivl, and ;.Mrs.V.I ; H. XVitlu-rvpoon.) New York v
    Illllnll.) ' .1"' till \ -.tI't' | I t2r.: .. Tvso III.. .
    .li.. .1 I 1I" . .. ., in.M'il. a ".>.iifht ""inlo: :' bout trip l-'j-i- '
    Orr Dress Shirts $1.25 and $1.5O. I I ''d.I 72.V.I: : i T", I 1/,1'! ",
    I-KIV I I :yf.HI,;'. i TVS.I, I lllltKlt.ll I KlXM I I ,
    .. 'I'.. div: nftrn, <'""'ii 1 hl'IIng }h tinonitli"' i.y ofS
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    Swcct-Orr WorJ:* Shirts solid colors and '1',, ,,: 11".1".1, ..I" II". . 11"1; ) I';, Z, ,,,ttt.I', Aithur i 10;. I Unni'ij.ii' ;! .n.d 0.) (',. .
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    SOc. Flannel l Shirtsof 01 ', .I ,' .., ..'i I , 'I'li'ire., I the) iiiaMap-i'i of ti,. 'mtcl., The I Iljiililion
    stripes, Best Qim.ity 'l I 'i. I. T" il I 1/III/ ", I r I I'v'l Ii 1 IT IS )WINK: I 'KKALLY; KfXNY: : :
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    the same make $.1.00.<)( i in S OJ In, . .1 _' .n.! ) .'i-sv |II"| t i. "\ ) :at' v "%Vell, I made $2.11110(!( ( thi- month, "She says", I am dull.
    I" iv ,, n U-: ;o, l '.. . lltn, 'I I | :,mil' 1 :1ft.',' MiipiiiiiK1," tit I Ijfi.iiliM., , mid "
    .1 i lit' in : i "I I." HUMi, , I.'nUlCh to pay all my ilel,ts. j "You should crack a few jokes! occasionally. -
    I KNOX HATS FOR MKN. <> < -iv; i v, '|1' vs llunili' , i ' i"J i ,' i || .nnl-,. iiuuli', :a I (tiin" i.f I :ike "What kind of Ask her to
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    , '" .' .1.1li' I I."hni'' |"'lvi..ir.'i., !: limiting I I I ? I Ii 'Sun ,ili. SHOES FOR MI3rwoMIN CH1LDRHK: I M >" 1''I" | \\ .,i ("I ,,.i..iI. | 'll.l buy with it ? -Harper'INK or something like that. -Puck.
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    TAILOR I 1 : ( DEPAnT\iENT, I II' i i . I '. >"n, I . "IIMI _:.q I Tsv 1 .. L1..iI I. I !I. . .i i . i : OX: SILVERInk j "Do I ) know
    ; d'I "1 "i '', s in i ."" . 'I 1' st ii. |II"I ., .1"ni ''I" I i I < I' I n" 1'I h,'Bi sUuni on Ml\cr or pl.itol ar- you how to rust
    ALL HAND WORK i ", t .I IV i '1,1. 'l I , llninlr" .1.1I I II i "'I, I H I ... 11'I it t i"I"I in r .a newspaper 7"Applst'ai.t"No
    Suits and Pressed I ,. ,n, I I i 'I 1" ''i" I i. Ii.I" i ..1. "l.niitMl 1.1" 1. M .I "nit .1 'I . ti.lt'M may I In.1 tenioM-ii with .1 paste' ,
    Suits Pressed 50c Sponged > . . .,' '. sir."
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    I in . I Im. ,1, .1, -i.vl. n ::11'! ; Tlili ,,0\ .' .11 t | '.. , I ,'|"' I'H' I niiul.of! thlomle I / of 1 lime I ami \\ ..let'. (
    I I .1 .1 I r. s 'ni.I I ,n ..1, ; i Thr.' ... I ll-i I II . -- :, .,,, ,s5 I"I,... '. II I This should lie l lft for a litllihile 1.ltlor--"W.II.; l I'll\ try you I
    ."Ii .I ,U. ,I.I., .. .II'< Tin I ', 111",1 , i ' .I.I.t, .11i Is I I 'ou',... had experience." I'uck.
    THE FAMILY STORE ,I. ," I 'I "t'" l 'I 1',III., linn.IK. ' ,1' I." I i' i i' i 1.1 i i I'II'5? i : "I? : ,"n, : :i r 'i 1" \1,1I. ' uml, thoii \\a-heii off in \saiiu "%...I..r. t guess ) ;
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    The Store That Satisfies 116 BR'D'YTAYLOR'S 'Ml" I I i..l. ,"-," I IW"II", I ' )''' ,... I Ih.I>,, .1, .11.1 "I . I ,ll l I !' *:
    PHONE 291 .1.1 hi, lIin.it.t, , l \' ,,,1 v s's. I.t ", ,it, I II,. "IV .1 ,Iv,I "'.1" ,,., Teacherhal les-dn, do \\I' leain'fnn.l '
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    I .s 'I"In . 11.,1.1, 1 n l\ -in 11' 1:1: U.. the ;lurk\ on th,- I IIII.d.II".I. 's f' :,

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    GROCERY i 'I)1'1"I t ,'. ilun'li..I' inn -I, ;".'. i iIi. ..1,llt? I 1\]I. ",''.l I i .n, OnII,,, ,. 'I-S ..In In' lr.u14 I I *,iirl ..f Ibi-. ..... *..,fh .1111-. \\ ate .1, uthoi i/.i'il, in annouinola.
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    01 t ,1 vt\ :I*..11 .Tin.I I I lliin.li.I . 1 -, v I .1 I IM 11-I ::' \1 I loll t I \: "'I'oNx
    Our New Store IIt, t \ >-, 5. n i [ 77 )I. Th I i.... 11111101.1", 1 \ \ I ,. "l"ll I V I I I, ( '....... llotrl I ( .....|"...> ( *tniilnlnn > ,the I )ii-nnii. ratu. |iiiinai\i to l be helilJune '
    Ills.' >. ',J i 7M 'I 1'1", .". HunIM.I, -" \ II"( I< ,.n. .v ; .", it I ". v I >. .
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    '1'10. IIII..I.d. "''lu III v ,,III"I.' :v i, I.. 4 < oorl of I he ..eteltlti .1.1.11- a I.. IIr..n.ten....
    i 12Ib sack Pillibury Flour .55 There is none like it. I I'h., .. lliin.li.. 1I"i." .I-. ,I't'I.I, i-liil' Ireull ..f the "tat..t I'I..r1,1 llllll.ll. : of PI .III.K \ ION

    BULK COMPOUND LARD 121., 'I"I", .. 1111,1.1, , lilt, ," t v .in,. :" ...: Ill nnd fttr HM.In ( I .
    1. 24 lb sack S. R. Flour 1.00 1'1" II u''11.11.' .1 Ii.t-l " ::1"., omit.i. 'In XI.I I I, \\IKiM I 1 'l'i'I \ 'I I 'I .i' ': '
    ; IN < II \ M I.Ill 'I"r
    3 pkgs. Post Toasties .25 :, '1'1.. . Iliii.Ii..I. , , 'nlm. n I hi, *' .5'. i 1 it .. |i's",| ,.1 I I in.,, ,I. I in, -u..ii I I :,\ G. D. B. SAYS '-
    : 121b ack S. R. Flour ..50SUMMO '1" I". .' I 1111.I ,'li. ...! "I.. I,,I'" I S I mi l I' i .0 ", , t.t.n.. llol.'l. 1 I'I.rIin. . '10".11', !"! "1.1.. .1, III till* .. tis., hit 'Iii '
    3 National Oats .25 .r" .111111111 x it I .
    pkgs. '1' .. 11.1, 11,0. , ts 1"'.' i ttI.:!\ t I ..riiornf.lotl, I ..fitiitiliilnnn. It .1""I..t| | $ .. )110 1\\ nun .It' |" l >4ilmlniNf
    3 Krumbles .25'I' ')I't, '" 11..1. t 'nin.lv M 1:1'l : '' ... > '1111.1 \\ ,. KH' .11*. uiUh\\ii I.. Un < 'tinln.inl Have seen the Osceola
    iJ SYRUP- pkgs. \ > 11'1' I" 411 Idbinlli : I ; you new
    I '"'"t I lliin.li.I i llv I*'". l 1 I". .IIt I II I "i A I'lorl.lll Itnllroiifl .., ,,,." jiml \\tiif .iililt l's.., S .mil, I. Hiil' -
    3 pkgs. Seeded Raisins :25 .11., .1 -'s K.I.I *.' lliin.lii'il' HOn III.. Il..i.I.leulN. I oiiipnn} .' j .in. .. tI .IN I hIM I I K now, ,n, I.. t h, "i'""' |,l.ti", Dress. Look for it and above all
    If makes flap-jacks jet slide down i ,,, ; t I'",, ,, II .". ",It..1 ,IVht.. i 4iv "I'. . tllII'EII i or 1'1 111.11 'I I.> \ n"I ,IH \11..1.I I in I U ".r" M. i I '.. un 1' ,
    a -15c size Sum-Mo Syrup .10 3 pkgs. None Such Mince Meat .25 IiitiiIi.i, .. I III' i &I.i''i "r'ii, 1111,01.1, 1 'i I :MIIKH.II ,15,1 ,Is ask (for it and be convinced. It is
    . ii( if: < 'I i ii i'lc; ii.: iiu: I .IUtlHI.I.I : : riiuU1IH.ini I
    Condensed .25 .11"1".1 I / .1"I v n i I"I I I II '
    3 Soup 1'I." I .1" \\lli.\l I I I I I IT MctiMT.KS 1 : : 0'
    i 1-2 gal. size Sum-Mo Syrup _ .30 cans I I'.i,, Iltul.I, 1 , I ,M.Iv .41 1 . Ion, II i ipi..tinm|. ,, itinii.,' II". 'vsntii iilItile ; i.fI fi i; \\IHK! .111,1 .\h"., .. I I. \,\ .. ...I\I.. the best Sc cigar on the market.
    .
    . 3 cans Sweet Corn .25 'Iltiiili.t' i O* nl, v I Iv '' -.'21 i I!' nnl. II ui.1 I, till, .. III. tills . mil IIIH, ""f.I l>. it in.1) I hi"\ ."'. .In" !> i i.tiir..I ilu < "
    I gil. size Sum-Mo .Syrup .60 : : . ;} : :. : : ,,:, ".pii.l.i .ill- ' !I... .it tin Kill .,,ifI
    In
    I I .1 I I VV III lilt I I :II I I'.i. I I I Iii., ,. I HUHint., '-1. .1 tin q..11| | At all! stores of note.
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    No. Z% Gold Spike Cala. Peaches .17 ih.il, ) Iv, ,nivf.nii. i CM i 'I..'m, 11.,1.1.. ) ',, 115 I inxolxt.l| tlitH stilt nthr I II 'u".la",| t Dlftl 111 ,tills, t-.llls, ,114 ill.I .
    .t ii in
    NATIONAL BISCUITS 1'H, :"! ,l-'nut, lluniliil Ivvn-. | |i. '10'1' IIr..r. s.. .,1. mi .r I il* toi Moiiil.i -
    I Iti.
    No. 2 Griffon Sliced Pine .17 j jNoi I 110..in. S I. I Utn.xxn l H. xponilenlx. .mil I Ihn,1, '
    Ito' lust .In. nl \l.i\ \ li I'M. Made in Kissimmee.
    1"X I I oj 26 I Knni I llutnlr.il I I Ivv.ittv- .. > \
    I Ii flI 'interi' te.l
    National Biscuits 6 for .25 White Peaches .20 .. I Iluhl :n.llln 0I'I MU 'pi i M'Stt ; I 'ilhirwlKitii'| H.tlil: Mill ..I '"" 1'1.! inn,
    5c pkgi. > 2V2 Lily .. I -'V n i 4J7 t I l'.us' 1111.1 t 1 1.I t \vnl v ,I' I unkllnxxn; ti. tin I 'nillil.llnilll, | ( '
    : lOc National 3 for .25 No. Muscat .25 .I 'M'iM. .l-'iir* llunili, Ililitv- ',,i, ml, I llui' ( relief !Ii. |"'11\.1| 'in liiiqitil will In du. . ,urHi nf l.iu In lak*' nan G. D. B. CIGAR MAN
    pkj" Biscuits, Grapes _ _ __ H> v en 'MI7I: I' i.up'' llunilr. 'ililitvIfhl Hill nf *".iniilaitit. | nuaftiHl' th nald un i'onlVsM* } Tumbler Boneless .07 Pears .. i 14:1'1.: I-IMII' llnmli.Ll, thlitv ...I".' knox\ii H..Hl.nndentH '
    N White .25
    ,.. Herring __ _ Lily _ _ "IT
    Ie < 4314): K
    [ Tumbler Boneless Codfish ____ .07 r' . 2.1/2 White Lily Plums ____ .20 Hundred fort>;-one' 42\ ), Four hundrfld 'nil TinrtleM olnlmlnK interests In and tills. Order b.'. publlnhud. onre a week. I J
    for iinMHCudve w..kn thh Kinlnrnme
    forty-t-no ( Four Hundred four
    I.! No. 2 Wax Beam .07 Our Coffee stock is the most complete to 'the following deHCrlbed real i.roerty .. Vpall . ___ .
    can ___ .. llfty-flve (455)) Four HundrcO :llftyneven "Hltiinted) In the County of Once "y 1 I
    ;I 14(7), Four Hundred flftyt'lKhtI4S8) ; n" Hiinn..r iiiihllMh. I ***) Hiul i 14 f general
    viz.
    k AH flarors, Writ-ley's turn, box .50 lib cans from 19c to __ --__ .40 Four Hundred' I tflv.t.ro) ) (45!), ola and'I'hal Slat.of ot Plorlila IUo"k 'r..nl.lfl":> circulation In (h.. City of KlHHlmmvo: I] 't,
    "
    Four Hundred nIt ((1Dj.l : Four ,I of . t Ic'plOt, Mouth' 1'rI.Ia.1, Italiroadk(4'ompnniti53il.iUrVo3t t'KUiity. of. OHCi-ola uml 8nte 'or.. 'Ior. Are Your i
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    Hundred' sixytu1lnfl1455).tI'Qur..1Juti-( | ) i hoi lofKI41HImnIe..TCityt31deeI'IIcd 'iJUy'-J. >-' ' ii "*itfii. 'V.lr.'I' : VAAA ,>' : .
    .1 TAYLOR'S S CASH STORE dred. ;seven t y\!i* 14 7M.>jw. Four9w Hundred ( !\ Of ,I town asoI S ilWITNESS UheSHonoinl! >leftJam<. *\\'"i; *;"

    ..*-'.....Iy..n.. ( 471))1.- Four Hundred HMV IV lows: IViknm, Judge of tliv xnld' Court Electric Lights !
    .."t-1"'0 ((472). Four Hundrrd ..IIC hI)"- Hounded ....n the Northwe"t liv. .m )' name HH l-rk thert'uC. and the ".* ;,
    PREMIUM COUPONS FREErfrn'lt nlne ((4 )Four llunilr-.1, viinrt ) -on.. ((411)! ) F.'l"1" I Illunilr l v'lnkln nvernj.. mi thSoulhcuHt' In. t*. ( >Hiila' < i\mt\ T lurid.i., \ mt thin Out of Fix ?
    ,'tI! nlnitv-lnn ((4921 Kl\e lluulr.il tin31 ,t duv of M.ui'li A I U l"'lfi I v
    I \ treit. th '
    , < .In', ji.Mtl. 1.: ,KUe HuiKln-il I svo I Southwest Tntiopekalitia l.v i '".HI'II avenue on l.eIIIK t n't t, ct s.'., I I .1 r. i\iKusTKi-irr: l: : .

    . ; .. "oq -" .. .. "oq -- .... ,iSnS: ,, I Flv' *' tlun.I ,".'" thr,"' ,i.ldSl' ndlKlM' a trIll t ..I' I-iml Tlir.) ... lliindr/,1.1I 1 \n (1'rk! .r Hii'il, 4ourt Call Osceola Electric Co.C.
    : ., J1rIfrdI of .S, rlluilThlrtv ]lIy J.imH M JohiiHtonK .
    ) y .. .. tII- y- I llninlr.-.1. ::3SfUrn:: < liO4': F*.. t svMo, liv Thr.. II 'Hlr..1! ..unJhilf
    I Ilii." '*> ( Township To ..n- . I f.'t .\ I 11.1\, 'It'rlf E. GARDNER. Mgr.
    < n '- deepTh4 .
    H"'llI'JM. : S ILi.ng,' TliiilJ' :i.liil I K.HriM.i.lliiK . J..hl. i.nr.lt. l.r.-4t. l lAH I
    mild! larulM Islnir In I il.isernimiil o'.otll
    1 :
    ,..; < I fur (',.III'.I..ltll1"I' i
    : In the pint of J'I' IN": .i.t 5 l 1411 P.ui' of Setin Tvvnt\- '
    LAND:< A( IN\KSTMHNT: ::< l'i'Ml'\S- TW"IIIY.II' House Wiring, Fixture
    :; ( I I""I".I" \ uh-ill\ \ I iKlnn. ..t aid" I I" 'I In TiunMhlp *
    GARDEN SEEDS ? Smith Itriim. TW"I1I.II.> l;.itHt ot I and Repairing
    ."tI..nH four I 141 ninl Th ill l > -tIire I' T.i lla IIIIHM, *'" :M.rldlnn. and 'hifiiK, I in Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days |
    1:43) tii-tI. the ofTlr.nf ti,.' I'l.-ik' ,
    < ; ) in I' I Jill Hulti. ('iiuiitv florlda Your druggist will' refund money It PAZO j jO1NTMHNT I
    \ of th,* t'lrcutt '..U.t, III uml, ) fir al.1.H..ol. l under i ;,...r".. I" lrole. doread" orMliinl. lilli toiciite may" CMC ol Itchlnc.; |! 119 BROADWAY

    I .. Countv In pint. tHiult II. onpuce : ., V 'Iiniil; *.. (I..... 11..01.. .ir at h. r- Blind.Ble.'o.. .or Protruding File 'n 6'0 14 d.,... I
    ) : |;.l I ITtTMiH sv I iN.'. ill* iippiar, I.) th) *' Complnlmint, '" he iipplicatloo HIV" K..e and Kest. Me. j I J
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    if **fil ranli !
    : We Have 'Eifi. Hill of 1'ninpl.ilnt,, hi-rin nleil nn or In- I
    luiti'd. M.tn h 3.1. li'lfi. nt K i"*.linin< e. .
    ,
    : tot' c the 3lJ. d., ) .r July. A 1 I. 1'1\6 1 -
    : Fla. t.1.**. In due courne .f lasv: the Hald Hill! >*"& "s>*<"*> ***. >
    W. .1 STKFU. of J.ttlnl will be taken as n.nfNil -

    I We have added to our line of drugs and Craw fi.rd v"SP*Jurrell.'IHI| | MnHttr*, 'Iri tjhnin -ry I i .Mid"umJ l.v all It ,In**,,"h further partl'H Ordered Unit thisriir Advertisemei; .

    '. medicines Sollc-itor for ConiulHlnant. lV-4t! | lie ,pulliHh on".- a wek for I I Classified [1 I I
    assortment
    proprietary complete I twtlve riiK.'*.utiv ,. w....k.. in th> KlH-

    r : of theLEONARD HIIF-HIKK'S .'. lK: KlmnK'iVallev. I .;..Z..".. a weeklvnewHuaper
    , publlBhe: and: nf m-nernl:
    Undur unil h) virtue of II f.l lai>ueil rt'uintinn. in the County of OHfecjlaand
    : out of the Circuit Cvjurt In and l for tnte of Florida.WITNKSS to..tt..O.OOOtO.900.000to.FOR K..oO Oco oc..oo ,
    ' SEED COMPANY <.HC.-,,,,11t ('oulity. Florida, vher-ln T. Ii. | THR iiiNURAitlE
    JVMB1: W. PKRKINS; !' Judge of the RENT-Six modem cottage FOR
    It. Crow was plaintiff and )Harrv W room SALE ,Automobile in first-
    ThurtnanAas defendant i and thf.Htd .,,1.1 l Court. and mv n..mas clerk
    : WE RESPECTFULLY SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING II fa lieinK. directed' to all ii.) *.s .rY tliMt.nr and the. H.ltl.: the saul, Circuit close in ; $12 per month. E. class condition or will trade. Inquire -
    Ciinrt. th. 31M of :March E. Wells. Real Estate and Insur
    th.SherttfM of .the State of Florida, on ly
    . \ SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR CONSIDRATION: Or..lln'" A T>, 1916! ance. 104' Possiel Ave. (The InnJ.) Breaker & Barclay, Kissim- Jimee.
    I. L. 11 Inirram Sheriff of o reola ( Ct Ct Seal ) I IIVKHSTRHIKT., 8tf

    I I. That larger vegetable diet instead of much ;. : Florida, have levied upon a.nd A. Clerk of Salil CtiurtHy
    a meat possibly 'mn:1t before the Court Houne, loor.. J.M"Sf: JOHNSTOMAs FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and
    I ; might be of benefit 'lo health and that of family. In Kl....lmmee Cltv. onc.-la I'oujitv. 1)cputv 4lerkJohimtnn FOR SALE-One western
    : your your Florida I ..n Mondav. the unit of & (iarrett. lr.-12t wagon. one 2 cy. Iljlck In good gray man,

    : 2. That a diet of vegetables is more economical than a meat diet. .Mav. \ 1 I' 1N16. the: namenale .') nar..K .\.. Ciuniel for ComplainantNotlre condition Rood!; tlren must sell or good worker driver and saddler;

    day. between, the lejfitl 'hourn of trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. safe and
    --S
    . '\ 3. That the kitchen garden is the surest way of securing fresh Hale. to the hll fheKt and )>et bidder. J\OTU' Box 221. Klsslmmen 7tf dependable. 1 light 2-
    following real horse
    1 : vegetables as the purchased vegetable is most frequently old and :t.'I;; ; and beiriK In o 1 Iq h*.rebv trlxen that I xtlll wagon with polo.! Rn<]UireA.S. .

    , ceola (*f>untx*. Flurida. and Hcrlbedun apply to the County CommlHHionprH ofiMrmla :Nelson. U-tf .
    inferior. .
    follow H ( (',,untv. Florldn' at their reit- EGGS FOR HATCHING-Thoroughbred ,

    t I 4. That if you do not plant your yard and care for. it. the weeds Lot. 23 of ('apiTlrerze.. In KlUHlmmeeCity. for ular A meetlntc license to held construct Monday.. and April onernti 3rd. Utility Barred Plymouth ]i FOR( !SALE: Fur-passenger; flunk

    ; will grow and become ugly and. offensi"e. Lot X. Hlock 11. S. F. n R Survey a toll hrldK over .the KlnHlmmtiDlxer. Rooks 10 cents each. Fifty or ,, auto or would trad-a for building
    In KIHNIrnnc.'ttv, In nald Countv of onreola. State
    :
    I 5. That you plant your vegetables in long rows instead of beds LotH 4 and 5. Block' It. Mabbette, InKlHHlnimee of Klorlilii. at a point about 100 feet' or more, 7 cents each. King Poultry lot,.. K. I'. Golding or Griffin

    ;. and do without stooping the work of six hoes with a wheeled I.iiln I and CHy.K. Block H. Jamrn Lee "I tHt and of 2 of the:Tox(IHIdlnir nnhlp 36 tIn.of, Range Sertlonn 32 HaHt Yards, lakeland Fla. 13-6t I I Gan'R' 14-5tp

    . Addition. In KIsBlmmee Cllx'. at which' point the depth of 'said riverS ,
    : garden cultivator. together with all nnd singular the tenementH feet: and the width about 140 feet FOR
    h.TfditanientB and npuurten- Thin the 3uth day of :March.: A. n15lt STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE i i[ SALE A (rood mare, harnctm
    6. That the work of making a garden is as healthful a physicaleurclat' ,tioeM to the xame brlon; 'InK or In anywlfie 1916. and wagon
    Strong intelligent gentle excellent very cheap. J. F. Niswonger -
    nppertalninK WILLIAMS!' ,
    W1UI.1K
    golf and mentally stimulating chess. the work for
    as as as
    The Hiild real tfitate le\led upon andto condition. refunded R. R. No.1. Kisgimmee
    Money if no : ,
    L : ladies and gentlemen. .. be Hold ns the pMiperty of the Maid i '
    Harry \V Thurman. defendant to atlnf THICK GLOSSY HAIR cofC 422 West Oak street. 6tf fla. 11-4tpd

    7. That no house can be complete in its setting without well-kept ) maid fl fa and contn DANDRUFF !I II .
    !... II INdRAkJ. FREE FROM
    lawns and flowers. I .'. | FLAT\ FOR RENT-Furnished
    gardens Sheriff' Onreola .un. ) Fl.trldn' ; COME TO FLORIDA1A or un-
    C It KAYTON.Plaintiff' Girls! UI! Hair soft and CENTRAL; furnished. '
    I Try get fluffy j Apply at the Gazette
    8. That be that has about it
    : no place can possibly mean gardens Attorney: lS-5t beautiful Get 25 cent bottleOf northern .client owns two cot- office.
    a i
    : lawns and flowers grown from our vegetable, grass and flower seed. tages in Kissimmee, one of which i
    I. (IrraK ('our* for .fce SrTrBlh Jadlel I Danderine.If 1 "STRAYED1' -- "
    . I 9. THAT THE LEONARD SEED COMPANY ARE SEED .l < Irrolt of
    . I I GROWERS. BBd for 1-IANKIIY(kMeeolH <'nnmtyIN you care for heavy hair that glis- poultry farm; the two valued at II Oneblack horse Roman none, hog

    f 4 > 10. THAT THE LEONARD SEED COMPANY SELLS SEED IN ..I..rt..1 tens with beauty and is radiant with $2000. Also an excellent truck Ked mane, white near hind fetlock,

    I BULK ONLY. SEED THAT IS FRESH AND TESTED. THEY DO (ttrmTiitom lorporMtom UoeIopu.y.. C'omplalaanf." a life; has an incomparable softness and farm of six acres, very rich produc- I j, weight about 1200 pounds aged six: ,.

    5. MI'IT' TO HI IKT TITLE I is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.Just tive land with fine well '| )'('81' .. Reward of $25.00 .
    I NOT HANDLE OLD AND RETURNED COMMISSIONSEED.. Mouth Florida Railroad ('0_...". ..C flowing otTered.j .

    .I. "................ doubles the Otto Xel.
    I 11. THAT THE PRICE OF LEONARD SEED COMPANY'SBULK UHUKH OK PI'HI.lrATIO'll one application value $1600; all free and clear, j on, Davenport Fla., Box;

    '3 SEED IS AS REASONABLE AS GOOD SEED CAN BE ALI WHOM -IT MAT ,'NrRRN'It r I ITO beauty of your hair besides it immediately good title; will exchange for prop ,[I -37.- 15-4tpd.. -. .

    SOLD. appearIng by the sworn Hill of dissolves every particle of erty north worth the value, all together II
    FOR SALE
    Complaint filed In this cause that the dandruff. You not have nice of his -Some fine Japan M -\
    4. , ; 12. That you buy at once before some varieties of seed made Respondents In this c...... who areherelnbelow can or part holdings here. seed cane six feet long and sproots. ;:v; ,
    .
    named. are persons tvhoHeresidences heavy, healthy hair if you bandandru1't. Many other propositions! for sale ) ;
    scarce by- the war and bad climatic conditions, be exhausted. cttlsenshtp and area are. scurf at every joint; largest yield. ...
    unknown to the Complainants, and This destructive robs and some for exchange. Writ us,
    that relief Is sought In the said suit green forage plant now. Addi a 1\
    against them : the hair of its lustre,>its strength and we are ready to serve you. Nelson

    IT IS THEREFORE! ORDERBD'' its life and if not overcome it Realty Company. 15.lt or phone A*, E. Thomas, KUimmoe.
    very
    PALACE DRUG STOREPHOHE ,
    That Royal M. I'ulslfer and Clara H. 18-S
    .
    ) Pulslfer.. his wife and Edwin H Haa- produces a feverishness and itching of ,
    kell ..nd' Cella Haskell. hi. wit... DWELLINGS for rent, apply to ,M. '
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