Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 7, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00745
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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/VT' COUNTY ,, C. BRYAN HEADS NEW 'TO KISSIMMEE. EVANGELIST. PLEASED OVER I COUNCIL WILL ::


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I: t ALLOWS BULKHEAD COUNCILMAN COMMITTEE GIVEN NOW SLOGAN, 1 L REVIVAL AT M.. E. CHURCH" PAVE MORE \:


POST OF HONOR AND HE DE-


1; TO GET CLARES RESULT

AND BOULEVARD. > -

GRANT | JJRGEST ATTENDANCE IN YEARS ., PASSES RESOLUTION CALLING I;; ;
UNABLE TO #, "
POSTPONE ELECTION \ When the city council was organize EXPECTED AT MEETING OF FOR IMPROVEMENT'' OF STEW. *'"'I

of STATE PRESS ASSOCIATIONHERE ART AVENUE, VINE STREET 1
IS MANDATORY Wednesday: after the seating
THEY LAW SHALL-VOTE ON I new members elected at the re- NEXT WEEK AND CITY IS I I PENFIELD AVENUE AND OIL.

DISTRICT WHEN ASKED election, th* time-honored ques- MAKING PREPARATIONS FOR II LINGHAM AVENUE-WILL SEEK

1 so- of hulkhcading the lake and ENTERTAINMENT. I BIDS. ,

a boulevard around its "
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:.' TRUSTEE ARE Clu.irman was brought E.'Q. Bryan.before the body LOW RAILROAD RATESNOTICE i TUCKER CO. TO. REMAIN i;

Councilman Bryan is an enthusias i
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I supporter of the bulkhead idea' OK BIG REDUCTION IN ), PROMISE! OF MORE WORK TO BE" *I

MEN: 'I'0.11ANILE. ..u he urged that a committee be FAREFOR ROUND-TRIP IS ; LET BY CITY HELPS TO KEEP ,

:SPECIAL: Dimmer) :NO.' i ;, and that i it, be made a per- SENT OUT BY RAILROADS AND> NEW BRICK CNCEUN'HERE) j

J-ELECTEJ u AND:' ;, committee to act until some- BOARD OF TRADE-CLEAN-UP YI AFTER TALK' OF CHANGING Y;

BONDS:' ) WILL. AWAIT definite is done. His sugges IS MAYOR'S WORD TO PEOPLE, U/CATION OF PLANT TO
,
I KKLIMIN1tins:' :' I was wpll.rcceh'.d] by the council, WHILE BUSINESS :MEN:' ARE I.OUaIM I SPEQIF1CATIONS "

i IlkEU': HE: :SOLD; IN:' "'" being only one' dissenting vote REQUESTED TO DECORATE TO BE PREPARED FOR WORK j j

.-- |" OIlU'(> \S \\OKK /)(; of Councilman llowell Bass, who THEIR STORES. t I SOON J

UIC: I (O) 11)S. :' that the placing! of flood gates I tI tI "

... t the I ennui lit I the lower end of the "On to Kissimmee' is now the sloe |I Kissimmee is to have more paved t

I i "nd" } liuml of ...., was nee ssary before, anything gun of the press of Florida. | streets. .

"r, '! '-nl 'to postpone the ,. ld lie' done so that the water line (Every wspaper; in the state i is tI"| This fact was decided upon at the (.

ed tor Aptil' 1 Kith, to decide | be established with soma de-, \boosting the meeting! : of the State I" last meeting the old council held ,l lon ,

t' .n of' making u sepmate i iliiultrc of certainty lie contended that Press Association to be held here Tuesday evening, when Councilman I 1

: distiiit. of (' |' ' something of this sort was next Thursday Friday and Saturday. Eugene Bryan introduced a paving <,

Jtucls I I. :'J, 4 und ,r. ut the I soon the lake shore might leave The indications point to the largest resolution providing for the paving '7

of the body held on :Monduy. I city far in the renr. attendance in years owing to the centrajl of Stewart avenue from its intersection

The commissioners made ,, MrBryan's motion was seconded location of' Kissimmee and the with church street to .(

ci-ion" upon u petition died I I1. Councilman Thomas and Chair low' rate for the round trip fare which LARGE CROWDS ATTENDING REVIVAL Broadway from curb to curb; Vine t

:M. Johnston and signed by :! Thompson then also spoke fa- has been granted by the railroads. street from the tracks of the Atlantic ,

pet.onH. Tlwir action the bulkhead plan. He named 'Tickets' will be sold April 12, 13,'' Coast Line"to the city limits, fifteen

upon .advice of counsel that I committee 11ft suggested: with 14 .and 15 good returning "until mid MEETINGS DAILY AT M. E. CHURCHLarge feet wide; and Penfield avenue beginning ,:

law on special districts, Bryan chairman and night April 19th and it is expectedthat at Clyde avenue and running

quires\ that an election shall ,' Thomas. and Bass the many people will take this op- through Dillingham avenue and Clay "
by them whenever members.Mr. portunity to visit Kissimmee in addition crowds are attending the I noon. There will be another.illustrated street to tho city limits nine feet {

cent of.th. ,. qualified .. Bryan declared after the meet- to the delegates to the meeting. revival meetings at the Methodist sermon for the children Friday af wide. The resolution was seconded "

the territory )included in I (- that he intended as chairman of Notices of the rates from almost every church, which are being conducted ternoon. by Councilman W. W. Carson and i
ed district ask for such \ committee to take up the mat' railroad station in the state have I Rev. S. W. Lawler pastor of the carried.
: every afternoon at 3:15: and night at I
church, has written the following
mandatory and that once along systematic lines at once and been sent out by the Board of Trade This paving work will complete thecity's
70:! J. M. Buss and I. the Men of the Town"
: by Evangelist "Appeal to :
.succession of acts must be nil 'ly formulate some plan of of Kissimmee as well as the rail. connections with the Dixie t
Song Leader Erie Stapleton. Marked Brother Bass is doing some of the
completion. I )(' u re. roads. In his notice to the pressE. II Highway as the connection north ?
I interest is being shown in the ser- strongest gospel preaching it has
For fear some legal I! M. North assistant passenger ward has already been arranged for
mons and a large number of additions been the privilege of this people to
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might/ preclude further NA'MESNEW agent'of the Atlantic Coast Line and the contract let. The Penfield
I: action to the church have already. re- hear. While the attendance: has been
bond] issue or cause Hays: avenue paving will connect with thecounty's
sulted. good{ the meeting fat has not neatly f
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commissioner ( will be of the
the We hope that the meeting part Dixie Highway .t
COUNCIL COMMITTEES Evangelist Bass preached to tho reached the people of the community -
pet them by law to go the most successful one in the his : to the south and the Vine otroet pov-
men and boys of the city last Sunday as it should, especially the men. '
the original ,call the tory of your association and if we ng will join with the proposed road ;
afternoon and will hold another At the men's meeting Sunday af-
to abide by the law a.s i| Chairman J. W. Thompson of the can be of any assistance to you, in I ; through St. Cloud to the East Coast, i,
mooting next Sunday after- ternoon there was a good attendance, '
their, attorney.Rev. council made his commit- any way, I hope you will not hesitate rt 1.en's the (Central! Florida connection of the t
public
I
lie to the and but actual count there ;
preached women were only
B. H. Guy, of the of to call upon me. Our line is preparedto noon. upon East and West routes of the Dixie
appointments at meeting 1 last afternoon and sixteen under the of 1
boys
the board I I girls on Tuesday present age;
before render aU members of Highway
111'11",1 your association *
I I body on Wednesday: night. The will hold another service for women eighteen At the meeting for women "
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that a road be built from strictly first-class service. This action of the city council wasa
follows the first
the trucks of 1 j i are an and girls only next Tuesday after- I (Continued on page 6) I'
south along being chairmen: Chris O. Codrington president of I ...... direct result of the reported intention -
:. nice Valley railroad to 12)E|, Finance--Thomas, Bryan! and Bass. the association has sent out from his of tho Tucker Brick company to. i

thence south to Lokosee I Water and Light-Carson, Bryan office'in' DeLand the following post.WORK BEGINS ON NEW 'FOUNDATIONS LAID locate its new plant for the manufacture ;

outlet from the homestead Thompson. card to every. newspaperman in the 'of the Wood-tex brick in Lough-

the Railroad. He stated that Sanitary Bryan, Bass and Carson state: I man instead of Kissimmee.' It was' ,

i ('ould be*don cheaper' now j I Rules and Ordinances i J':rf..Carson. ;, KO tE TO* KISSIMMEEThe'good TUCKER BRICK PLANT FOR $25,000 HOUSEJ. reported last week that the Tuckor I

P; ,> section 'was M.comparatiyelyj" ! ;! :and Thomas; M j\t 1.i/' \ \ people, ofKissimmce, have. I H compapy, hall decided to locate Its

board deferred ncllon"cntil 1 tr..ets-Thomas: Bass and Thomp made great preparations for the en- FOUNDATIONS LAID THIS WEEK WADE TUCKER 'IS BUILDING plant' at Loughman, where Mr. Tucker ,

more funds available for tertainment of the Florida Press As- I is largely interested in the Everglades .
FINEST Ufo
ANI SEVEN CAR LOADS OF SWE1"Il'IWI'EU'i
1
W W. Chandler, of ( HuildinK'-UaRs. Carson and sociation on Thursday Friday and I Cypress Lumber company. It .' '
Bryan. MACHINERY:' AND STRUCTURAL TlWU1"n KISSIMMEE: : '
peared. before. the board and Satuidny. April 13, 14 and 15, 19Hi./ was stated that the fact that the
Education Charities '
SUBURBAN!
Cemetery IRON WORK NOW" ON:' THE HIS ; PLACE :NORTH
that a 1 bridge> 1 be> put, in on I,, lr! >'an, Bass and Thompson. Railroads have granted. special WAY FROM NORTH" -WILL OPERATE I OF CITY ADJOINING:' HOME (OF Tucker company so it was claimed,
loud in the saw grass wane> Bulkhead Thomas and rates, and we hope to see the biggestand hud not been given an opportunity to
Bryan E. L. LESLEY.
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IN: TMONTHS.) : : : .
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lietilted, that ( II bid the work of
Ha-senger '-. h('st meeting of the Associationever I on paving Main street
Arm.sliong, of the* held in Florida. po| not miss U. was the cause of the proposed change
gineer - - ---
J. Wade Tucker head of the Everglades
Actual work the plant of the
ida & Gulf; lailioud. . hud put CHRIS O. CODRINGTON, upon in thelocation of the plant.
tle on the nulliiad. .;;" guide\ CLUB HELD SHOOT Pres. Fla. Press Asso. Tucker Brick company\ was begun! Cypress company and the Considerable excitement was caus.'j'
foundations Tucker Buck has begun thel'f.dio
this week, when the were company
I
I hedge> was necessary" on Postcards out the Hoard 1 of ed by. this report.and citizens generally -
sent by
laid for the main building of the !} of what will be the finest
('ininty I Commissioner ( TUESDAIUFTERNOON Trade to each newspaper set forth plant. residence property in the vicinity of became muchly agitated on thesubject >
stiuiti'd to lI..rllllV''' with so much so that of
many
the railroad rate from the town ill
:Seven: car loads of machinery und Kissimmee. Th new home t is being., )
--- hem
to build a \ implored Mr. Tucker to locate
Armstrong which the published unit
papers are 1 built on Ins siibuibun properly located
structural steel for the
building ure "
county. The K'lssimmee, Gun; Club held an (us' plant here it being realized that
from surrounding points. ,I north of the the Oihtndo
from the manufacturers i city on
I D. I.. Frost, anil llr F. F. .. ,, shoot Tuesday afternoon at 1 !Mayor H. R. !May again calls atteni now on their way I 'it' employment of u largo force of
rand und joining( I the property' ofF
in the noith. '
I II
cif St. Cloud: asked the ,,, h'h many of the prize tiapshootors i lion to his proclamation of last week President J. Wade Tucker, believes I :. L. Lesley, chuirmun of the board voikincn would hi a great help to
Wylie & Reynolds, of Kissimmee, St. Cloud and Orlando lh" city. _
\point I Lin which he asked the people to cleanup nf county commissioners.,
I that with the work well Qnder
as engineers for the First | up their guns und. shooting the that it will way i A caucus of members of the city
city so present a thefactory 'I lie new icsidenep, the foundations'for c
within the next two weeks that
tint\ lecently. ciealed\ from in pn-punition" for the ijlute clean and neut The city 1 "council was held last Saturday night '
appearance. whuh
laid this
will
' l .... 4th arid, will bo ready to begin! theuranufuclure WI'I"| week nil i the '!
( (inimissionei'N\ di.stiut. to be held here on May I 'I has begun to do part of the work, will proposition of more paving v "
ijs \ of buck within two havcI front of too( feet and l I.e
1 ilciided not to name tile ,' and; the to HUM broached" as a means of givingthe ;
property. owners are urged ( months. The new firm will l lid cm.; the\ sunie size in depth.The! frunlwill
,
tin ..IIII.w".h nt piesent, \Vdter" Huff\ southern, repiesenta- Tucker company another opportunity -
:; hu the Bolo'earl columns
the work being ndvcilised \ ( big
to { ' ...r111' Dul'ont I'owder. help.The paving now to bid work. The
I I 'plov nn engineer" prepare \ ( company oil( city city
\ program II" oiiirmully announced by the city council and will I I. u,l'd in) tin-- style of ai. chrtel.ue, and
\c\, of the mad to be built\ : expert ti.ipsluniter, , was present will he curried 1 out in entirety. (all, ,curt hllvfunds on hand to pay I
the ground* uiound the house will Is.I''nuttficd
prepared take the if (
to contract it
plans and specifications. (.. took plot ill the shooting. :Messrs.\ The social features will for .its one thud of the paving find
include -
'1 ; ) in with the .structuie
do .... .. Barnes ot I is awarded to it. keeping :Mr. Tucker has
:M.u Donough' agreed to ltey, Mon lin and a reception at the Golf; (Club /m . Itself. agreed that if his
for :SflTTi per" ni'onth and (), lunlo, were also among the shoot- ride the i| As announced' before, the newplant company is the low bidder on the
Thursday night, a boat on The I house will Have fourteen looms
main l und sheds will
that with the Iwlp of two >. St. (Cloud was represented: by C. lake afternoon the building work, he will take certificates to be i
Friday banquet at
be ( ( () feet long and will be, and will lii' built entirely! of expresstunber
I some.Ii00
t"um.hkh would cost I I Carlson P, E.: :Morgan, S. J. En- Graystone hotel Friday night and a paid off by the property owners for
The house was d..iI(11I'cund\
with made
I ly M08, he could. Complete I i i. H. (Clark and S. W. Porter' reception for the ladies by theWoman's equipped specially machinery the other two-thirds of the cost of \.
his I given for the production of the patented is being built by Contractor henryGrewt the
within month As l pu\ing.
a Club at the Hart Memorial
Wood-Tex brick, made from ; of Orlando, the same man who
lower than any other It is likely that plans and specifications -
Capt.V. A. Joiner, superintendent Friday morning. cypress sawdust and hydrome! an I' built the fine homes of Harry L. Beu-
he employed<< and \ will he prepared at for
I bon> rd was i| the municipal light and water once
man and James Giles of Orlando.
gin work at once on the i began a month's vacation on R. D. Driggers sent to the Gazette II asphaltic composition. this work and that the council will

roads to be hardsurfaced in 1st, votc-d. to him by the city I office this week a fine piece of cassava W. M. Davis and R. L. Flyer, of Orlando :Mr. und Mrs. 1. M. Smith, Mrs. T.M advertise for !bids on the paving at

trict. lie will then prepare I' This is "apt. Joiner's t first grown on his place. I It was about were business visitors hIT! on : Rivers and :Mrs. L. H. Farmer, an early date.

and specifications for the I in t five years and one which two feet in length and weighed; about Wednesday. Both are interested in spent Thursday on a fishing trip to

William H. Kempfer, of '| has well-earned. During his ab six pounds. The cassava was of fine the Southport Cattle company in I"gg.v; (cieek They enjoyed dinner CITY EMPLOYES NAMED '

stated to the I board> that I' ('(' Jinrtny Buckles will bo I in quality and attested again to Mr. Osceola county and were here looking .''t the country home of :Mrs. S. (L;

]Hopkins, head of the firm of the plant t Driggers' ability as a farmer. after their interests. : Iliii her. I BY NEW CITY COUNCILAt '"
G
wif & KempA) would l he glad _.
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the use of his> large I


to for" use a nominal it in fee building if the in VOTE IN FAVOR OF ROAD BONDS APRIL 15TH ] Vednesclay a meeting night of the applications city council for on..


1 section through of the the prairie county. ( ; city .jobs After were considerable the first order discussion of business. ;'

in charge of the road gang the council named the following: _
structed to arrange with
the When you go to the polls next Sat If it is a mistake to band hundredsof We need capital and new people in We have the reputation of beingone City Attorney-Lewis O'Bryan. g
of '
the use
for
for this April 15th, Mr. Freeholder, re counties in every state of the Osceola county. of the most progressive countiesin Night Policeman-Floyd Tison.

:..ur"found it available also called ,! that the honor and future Union have made mistakes. Do you Bonds will build the roads to bring the state and we should not allow City Surveyor- Joe Johnston.

'" Mr. Kempfer of your county is at stake. believe that all the people of these them now. this reputation to be sullied. Both Mr. O'Bryan and Mr. John
the need of a bridge continued'in
to 'Cast your ballot,for the creation of states and counties are ignorant and .Unless Osceola, county votes these ston were the positions
Grass creek near Deer BE A PATRIOTIC CITIZEN OF which have held ?
a t they for the
.past
special road district and the Issu- uninformed ? bonds to build the roads n'eeded. the
Capt. Farmer .was of $250,000 in bonds to build Ask your friends in other countiesof surrounding counties will out-distance OSCEOLA COUNTY AND VOTE year while Mr. Tison was named to ;)
as requested. Mr. Coleman.
the bridge succeed .
Bond trustees to handle hard-surfaced roads needed to the building of good roads did not us in the march of prog eea. FOR BONDS AT TilE ELECTIONTO

of the First Special Road the Dixie Highway in this bring thousands of dollars of new We cannot afford to have it go BE HELD Roy O'Berry left on Tuesday to k

named as follow: P. and to connect up the popula- money and new residents into their forth to the world that Osceola -county NEXT SATURDAY join his father at their farm near "
were
t; (Contiuued'on Page centers. / sections. ''Ii is non-progressive. \ \ APRIL 15TIL Miami i. to be gone some time. ,

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CAPT..FARMER .SOLVES. CHIME CLOCI( ,PLACED ON COULD NOT WAIT SMALLEST LECTURER CITY AND CO.UNTY.AID' t


rF ,r HIGH COST 'OF LIVING : WILL .APPEAR HERE 'KISSIMEE GUN CLUB ,)

ifft CITIZEN'S BANK BUILDING SOON FOR DINNER HOUR I '' 111

t DONATIONS MADE' FROM PUBLICITY ;,
AVERAGE DAILY COST
i REDUCES FUNDS TO IIELP I.V I
CONVICTS TO LIT-
OF COUNTY .f
e'a Mrs. Roberts "First Dose' TilE ENTERTAINMENT OF '-
TLE OVER, 45 CENTS PER ]MAN, Says : -
t INCLUDING FOOD, CLOTHING( I of Andes Did Me So STATE TRAPSHOOTERS ASSOCIATION e,".. ;

GUARDING AND ALL OTHER :' ( '; : r i I Much. Good" WHICH WILL HOLD
STATE SHOOT HERE;
EXPENSES. 'i I It
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in Used the Second Dose In Two Both the city council' .and Countycomiriissionera. 4. tt
.if' Capt.L. R. Farmer; 'who i ill
charfce of the convict gang at ,work j I Hours-:-Could Not Wait can always be counted' 4\!.

on the made! of Psceola( ) county, has : For the Usual Time upon to help with funds from $ ":;

solved the high cost of living I publicity tax .in the entertainment 't.
'proh-I stated '
: lem" If ho could l do as much The number of strong endorsements. any ( I;
expert in reducing t1|'* cost of. livingto glen! by 1 people who are unlne Andes I Kiusinimee Which will serve t6 adler- '|

American families !h.,* .woulll''' he in I ix the) Deal evlilenre that can lio->;. |iowli I I Use the,city or county. J:
that it has. the right nnrno, "The MnnterMedicine
demand all over the) United ,jo; a\'s\ ," as It In mastering morn At the meeting of the county com- -j;

and draw a i sa'lary' larger th'an (hat |, I'hionlc, eases In' Tampa and vicinity I Ljiiissioners on Monday the board d.e9*%
of the PI'Kul..l1l.A'ol'ding' than the public ever linnnl of 1 befnr'cThese I I ('ih'd to donate froln the publicity "' ,?,
statements from
come RnitPfyllifers
to his 'Lill: <;'if evpens'es . .. of Andes and l are iinxollclteilNone \. fund $100() for the use of the KisHi"rn. ;- ;,|' |

for the month/ of-.March, filc,,,J with the however, could lie more grateful ,. .-() Gut; Club in the entertainment, i&\
thin \lr.., A. Jo': Roberts' of 9 county\ rununlssuuprG at their inoeting j !, ; 1., this city.Mi i jf the Stat<:t Trapshooters 'Associa"A
:
Monday lhetontire" aveiage dally THE BANK \ called, Cotter's .store over the I I, tuts which will hold its first annual !fl|
t'liplion 1 anti "aW : Rmp( a bottlo. CIADKX'lyil. : l'oL'I.TEn ; ''
'
'shoot here, Hh and
curt of each convict to the county\ "in TWITHJHEi a'CII f Andes lust. as 'quick n" you t-an. I on May lith.\: : *,
", cluding-food, clothing, guarding: and hate a friend! here that I have recominonileij > --- i similar amount 'as'at., ..<<1 by the -JJ

th>' hire of --tate convicts, was only IME CLOCK that,) Hie she mecllcino to, and I Am anx- ..' Poulter\ known as the) ,,(l1alle ''city council on Tuesday night jr'
1qs| start the use of It at once
i I !0. fraction Over its! (...nl". His- report: When asked< If sli
for fhe month showed the following! 1 i iI :Mrs Roberts. unld. : Yes, I have, nod it will appear' at the High( School ()verstreet" and J. T. Burcksulter, 'f.

I figures.: j has teeter acted used on anything me like; Hint a chnrm..seemed 1 to have go auditorium Saturday. night, April $t tli, '|, composed the 'committee. which ap- .?


Waters Carsoniro.( ; ( 'tf"iM3< :! j I I purchased the, first bottle I Society of the Christian churdi.! I ers and so well did they state th II't,
i wax In bed and I nohod from the bottom
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!\llr:,. ;Julia Hass . - 13.10: j of my foot to the top of my head As there will )be no revival I service case that the (ward readily' complied ,'

... John Crosby . __ Uo _ 4.50 I nml, I was sore on the Insldp of my 'at' the ;Mcthoist!, church on that night with their wishes. 4
ptnmnch, and I actually,, had no -
appetite
Mrs. !M. K.: Kiggans' _ _ :32.5M!: | nothing that they could bring the ladies of the Christian church expect Karl I 1 I.upfer and M. E. Stevens, w

New Eden Plantation Co.25.00: would tempt mn to eat, some said I a large attendance. representing the KiHsimmee! GUll ,|

Fair Play :Market oF . 'LOO .8 malaria.Vell had the grip and, whatever others thought It wan.It I was did 1 Mr. Poulter l began/ his professional Club, appeared l before the old city A jf

not Improve with all the medicine' that I! career as public entertainer in the council o'n Tuesday night. Mr. Lup- 1

Total grocery account .$323.81Fortyfour : : ; 1 had used. Finally some one Called and j fall of 1905, and has met with pre- I fer stayed l that the Gun Club shoot :i.
asked why we did not try Andes. as Itwas
prisoners and five I doing no nuich good here In the nomenal! success.", No other a i list has would be held in Kissimmee on 1IU'i'

1 I guards including captain cost $:!2R.RI city We sent to Cotter's store and purchIl8.,1 ''so won the hearts of the )people wherever 14 and 1 I 5 and that about sixty to one *.
one bottle, and I had them to A
per month, or an average of $ .213: { give me a dose at once. I have never he has appeared. :\1 r. Pouller is hundred trapshoot.rs with their re1latives i

f per day.Guarding. 1, heard of a medicine acting Just like the smallest, entertained on the American .- | and friends would be present ,r,
of convicts I' this Andes, that dose made me feel platform, bring'only a little also that representatives of the big -.
good. lr> fact, so good I could not wait
Capt. L. R. Farmer n . -$1 00.00 until the usual' time to take another 'lover three feet tall' but he uses! the 'arms'j and powder manufacturers<< j i

S. ]M. Rogers . nnp _ 40.00 j dose, but had them to give It to me' In I i talents God has given him to make I 'Would attend 1 the shoot. He said thai .j
Iwo hours. Before time for the third '
:t Dan Brown _ __ _ _ - _ 35.OO i doRA 1 was up and around tho house, the world better, brighter/ and! hap- the prizes and trophies to be dintributd , i;

r J. W. Chalker - - n . 3.00'' -- and the second day all my aches haddisappeared I pier. lIot' is a man of high ideals, and amounted to about $200.00 and' e;

The Citizens Bank 'is erecting a building, in the main banking room. work us I ,had and done I .Id In as months.large' day's I while hi, programs are mostly humorous j that the county commissioners had t

To amount paid guards( _ $210.00'I,magnificent electric illuminated! clock I I This is an especially handsome strue I now talk Andes from morning back of all that humor is a contributed $100.00 to help defray the <\

Board for guards _ ." 27.432 ,' lure of mahogany( and plate glas-- until night, and why shouldn't I. as' It purpOK" lIe''is a student, an actor) expenses of the club. lie requested) t
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(rni the front of its bank building, an' brought! me right out of bed. I 1o not
'construction, with a l.'i-inch dial, and I II believe there Is another medicine. Just and an instructor all combined. the council also to make a donation. ,

Total cost of guarding convicts | ]Broadway, not only adding materially [guaranteed to keep practically per- like Andes. I< Throughout all his programs, abound-, I After, some discussion it was moved ,

for month _ _ _ 237.432: Lo t the appearance of the busiest section I I feet time. Every minute the hand- and Womenthat their household drag duties themselves are a around drudgery !i ing in humor arid, )pathos, so varied t and secomlcvl by Councilmen Eugene'i'i 1

Average of cost per day per I of Broadway, but providing a '!'af the big clock are sent ahead one that are run down, listless. and I as< to please alike both old and l young, :, liiyan I and Roma Thomas that $1'1'''> ,r

': man . _ oo - -_ nn .174 ,convenience that will undoubtedly be j minute by electricity governed by the nervous stomach, disorders suffer from should constipation start the and use he presents his characters( of reali |'H' allowed, which motion was carried.) '

i Clothing for convicts j I In. appreciated by the general public. | master clock within, the connection of Andes.. It wIll| da as much for them I i <'n and women without the use of .-- -- ---- ,

C. Stanford Co. u. _ _ 1.R01, The most distinctive feature of the j between the two instruments being as It did for Mrs Roberts. | coxtunws or make-up) accessories. Miss Kmile: \\'. Vaughn, one of the,

M. Katz _ __ n nun n" 1.001 I ,,clock, other than its unusually artistic I perfect and insuring correct time on inut-" i ii'HciipUon: so highly Absolutely different from the usual foremost women tngrossers and pen

Freight i on shoos _ _ h. 1.14 ,i appearance and the perfection of th'j large clocks on the outside as wellas -onunended I l t.y II'-. A. ]F. Roberts) <, humorous entertainer, he leaves a ]''artists of the country, was the first 1 ....

' Covington Ca.-l'shoes' _ _ 48.00 I, j its construction, and mechanism, i-s 1 on the master clock iniside. !'{0.:> Ashley St., Tuiiifui, I, I Is- now '011' burning impression. Just to see what woman to Lie made l a notary public in "

the complete! set of Westminsterchim.es The clock is attached to the front -a ile. in KI>-mn1l'I', hy the Comer, "That: Little :Man" can do is un inspiration :New' York.NUMBER.

, I Cost of clothing for month 51.04 !! \\'llhhith it i is equipped. I lof the Citizens Bank building at a I Drujr' Store, I the e\chiM\o; ag 1t. to everyone.The . - --- -- -- -- -- ;;

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Average cost'< per day per man -oaR The ring every tpjaiter hour and sufficient elevation! to be plainly vi- - - - - - - - - - prices will be 1 15 e"nts for 40 FOR THE BLOOD
'I
'. Hire of forty convicts (r' $1.00 may be heard practically as far a>- lie from all parts of the middle sue -o.l- roiitain a runuei.ah1e" amount children and !o tents for adult I .
i 1 The clock i is of pota-h! in chi insohilile form derived -- --- - I -
4l1UUj of
per month n ( ) j Ih. clock, may beeen." non -oad\vay. nun' 1 ICxpcls: scrofulous humors from the
Average cost of hire. per) ,day ] At the luatter: half and three-quar" feet in luight l by three in- width, of fiom the d li"ititf :ratioii of -illcut' A prudent for I other I is of aluay- on the boo| l, which cause constipation, malaria 1

per man _ _ _ _ .-.0322Average -:!: : ter hour" these chimewill ring outin dark green bronze, with copper hoodat ,mek1if. whuh feUNpur 1 i is one. watch -YI11I tOI11' wormin hei'children. !
rheumatism ulcer
I'iene-s] lei k of interest'in sores, pimples f
The)
of l
\aiiou- miiMcal combination-" top and Lottom. Both faces of the apjiliciitioii ground< feldspar' ,
: play, and i-hne-- the I etc. Jet; it lit Osceola Pharmacy t
I then for'' in mo-t mtancvmeans 1"\| < i- signal
cost 1 per mlln'pe, Iav. j :a quarter, pail. the hour, four -tiokeWestminster Vlock HU alike, the dial beingur- guarantee ""
t I .for, WIII'IK'S: : : MI a to<; satisfy.
c'RIAJI'FRII: : 1
to work nn - _ _ _ _ _ .-If.;:! ; at half past! the hour mounted ,by the woids, "Citizens merely the addition of an ingredient'alreadp : ,
, I present in the soil in consid- KUfiJCf A few doses of this excellent -
eight strokes-Keveille; at thre-z-: i IJank" in' large illuminated letters. .
KEEI'.TIIE; SOIL; BUSY 'i.Thisis 1 eralaleelKluaittit ', )IIJprocesses for, 'remedy, puts an ehdjto'.thc; worms and rho Quinine That Does Not Affect The N itllrrmme
i, hll tltt.ijflut, ; the hour;;' ? 2. ;>lrokejs -+ provided ,by a'l floret of copper, ) ,;I, '
"' \ dUe rendeng 'potu' h' the+ child ;WV'n.Lact'; tiHttirallyJ; rricciiarma ol II* tonic and Uxitive ..If..,.. LAX"- '
u (lrn peal a Wb "ht! 1 iiou'elf( fSnibJw'hi'ch 'are', cut'the Jettersflaidovert, I ; '' 1h InzfelIpat 'i'& TI\'I UWOMO yuiNlNHU ...- Atidle oIl Ii' a loaf r ale "_. aWWjhfcW-si hite"glasii b ,th' < *cal"plait] atal 1, 111' been (proposed (bu) t8e J n per 1u1\ t II' oTd' Osceola t and Mier'', not cau 4'< tiervouanvii lior it
t
t. hrn o e \.ii' .!:.!man e' 0 our( pUl'e !! w ry .., I' nuuug In h...,'.Kvnirnitker the full name and )

, ,'producM somethuidustrialist) .- Jihn\Gt'Scot'amma om a to n "lear h q '':'ihrunt'tone I s hr! fthe'.' : "fu. I' tour., n, .. 'a. i glass the ,!!clocl,. uponthel? are 30 dut Inches'de The diameter didl ; m't, remmere''" driditlons ally a ucces market fun, must"Oder nor"e ) t ",'k.""'n"bur" the,.,,lutUaturc",' "', o. ( KMW'4G1C.OVH.I+,s-r.. ". :

to the University of Flor- j "II- big clockare operated,) by, elecii oft: pearly white glass, with i i :> -tal found for the by-product? and! up to - --- - -- M
ida Experiment Station, would have the tune -ati factory ;
the outside. present\ no solution
"" 'Hv from" n master clock lI1-id the glason I I
the soil work. In some sections of of this problem 11.1' been) Ill
',:. the country and on --oine kinds of -mla : reached. 1'e

r period of rest i advantageous, In I Tlici- ulitancfthe") -
\ GROUND FELSPAR NOT RECOMMENDED are I1Un1<'lolI' t
Florida it is unwise to allow land to application of which \+> -oil-! \\11.] under I !

,j} rest in the ordinary way If -nme ,: ceitain eiu umstances arid with'
r I; profitable> i is not grown a ciop' j
crop particnliiroiN, l ring about) iiicreiiM'dcrup :
'
1
", \Va-hingtoii:, 1)) ( .Wide publicity I I I conclusive information on Ih.lj'j"t.t. .jt
of weeds) will be. 'I hese' weedai' .-
yieldCiound I I * feldspar may .. i t
t' has lecently been given to a slatment /'- ]i At the presenttge of the investigation
usually burned the followingeaon.I '
this daslloweer, Just to
advocating) ground feldspar as asubtitute it would )be extieinely, unwise in the put you on notice
Practically everything evcept tinsih I' caseshete ll.a'.d! l yields, >V.-ult
for salts and n.f..I',1I11 for to to I
)potash anyone attempt u-e ;
id lost in such method from the of
to \I'. S. I'epartment "f Agricullure ground l lock except on an expenhiental j applicatinn: th'-stj' sub- We have that gift
Further more, open" Milllike mo-t Gannate and the eouhItionsunder you
, : l 111..1:0.: , : : 101 a" authoi it)' fur. scale that would not entail I great so Late ( <
Florida soils, lose considerable plant' which incrcflsed\ beexpected I
the piupovcd' practice. I financial' loss. * It iex- I yield may
: J; food from "'a''hlngTh..I'e me rto | j I little under-toixl that want graduation
I, lull: , check the andto
plant roots to water\ < their fertilizer materials %
'use as
I |I..f Feldspathic) Rocks as Fertilizer," | displace the use of potash in
; use' the food it contain" Land left
general 'annolbe recommended.! !
I lwn" )published<< in 10(17.( This bulletin salts, for its availability mu-t inevitably (. Select it Now ij
1- bare is also subjected( to the sun, -- ,
. which burns out tile organic mat h,'r. disrussed the use of f finely! ground depend upon' many modifying I Contracts have just )been let in ijt

; I ; Now wi'edi, elm be turned/ under ,.feldspar as a possible. substitute> for corditMnisuch as the nature, (..f the Tampa for ten mile of asphalt t
I potash for fertilizer' purposes, and all the amount of moisture prevent' I street i
COLE
will adI I paving.V
\.., .. and I some green manure, or JEWELRY CO. .)
the character of the other I .
: if I 1\\01' based upon: a sere of experint'nt" fertilizersued
organic mutter" they: ale allowed 1 to '
, ;' mature (Hilt it i- best to grow sum,, ,,j jcultivated ""'lelW I'ci hthe department. old the varying- root aition (of II' 1 -j
:
i I vvluth will, add Tlie results reached were inconclusive' I different crops.'line-tigations e .
crop nun't |' I f fI
, "I I organic m.ittcr und leave the soil in atli' following quotation| floor the I 1 made Mnce the publieatmn .- tJJ.r ;;

} I better condition,. for' future cmpWecds bulletin, itself. witlhow : of. this- bulletin have( failed 1 to '
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I ;, I will n.fesi. the land year after I ".\ careful rending of the foregoing! -.Iriw that ground feldspar is of any I t

;i' year and necessitate, more. cultivation! pages:' will show that no laim rl ha- grt'toh" value for 'f"ltlliz'r purposes. II Ii I rnI I

tyi) to keep them! in, check. K""J\j. the j been made that ground l feldspar, i is an I I The potash content in feldspathic i NEAT AINT TENDER 3s

"J land l coveredwith I some Useful crop I 'tfh',1! -ut..tittteJnd..r\ all circumstances [I rocks j is in a highly insoluble form I m\ 3a*

rv\ Mr. Scott. : advises far mer, to plan a for potash salts. * The and to l be" made available for fertili.erIpuiposcsi I \ a

*. '! rotation which will give a \U'guni" every |' <|iiestion i is still open, and systematic must undergo) chemical I WHILE ':" :-:-:-:-:..:,.:..:-:-:-:,.:-:-.:..:-:..:-:..:-:..:,,:-::.,:":-:-:-:" :" :" :-:" :":-:-:' :---J,...... .-< :-.'.:'
; "lid long continiTcd experimentation is at high ,
; trrjitnwnt tvmpcratureIn
J'f (: second) or thud, year. They may,, i| 'j' ?
; .
sl also glow a legume! each vear" asa i 'n-' only )possible method of obtaining ;. geneial. it may \beaid that most ri ;1.. TRADE MARK REGISTERED 'I';

,'_ t: catch : I- .
crop
I The velvet bean is one of the best. I I!

o 1,': an legumes abundance for 1,1"1"of, good I It feat I will, a-"l.nge 1'1'1-: : Are Yo Paying'] [' Mo re. ? 1I.J xh ,111,1 -'j'X:- PRO'S'LI ME'. I 4

F I amount of nitrogen and oiganic mat >
1 I ter for the soiVr 24't? sack Pillsbury Flour $1.00 7 pkgs. Toilet Paper . .25 ::: 1 FORCORN ::: q

,. t 12 Ib tack Pillsbury Flour .55 1 Ib pkg. Kingan's Sliced Bacon .35 ;
Many men from other states havepurchased - e.caa.The :!:
fj, : land i'i the statehnb\ 6 tb sack Self Rising Flour _ .25 Picnic Hams _ tb .17 t ::1: i1
12 tb Sack Self Riling Flour .50 Country Cured Hams FINE.24 reason that I the )beef from
they expect to develop into livestock I t i
@ ranches. A company fiom, Ohio hav 24 Ib Sack Self Rising Flour 1.00 White Salt Meat _ - _ __ .17 The ('IlyIark..1! i- always: JUICY I I f

a large tract in Clay county. Four 1 11] Ib Bert Creamery Butter _ .40 Sliced Smoked Bacon - - .20 and TKNDKR is because we let it a:: "PHOSMME Jilts Rivets better :.

r brothers from Montana are preparinga ;,il IbBett Butterioe _ __ __ _ .25 3 pkg Post Toasties _uuu .25 hang in our refrigerators for a I I f than tiny other yields oil CORN ::

ranch in the Kissimmee district. A 3 Can Sugar Corn _ - _ __ .25 3 Cans Assorted Soup _ _ __ .25 few weeks. The choiee.-t meat I source of Phosphoric Acid" : ; I

group of men from Nebraska have 3 25c Cans Table Peaches un .50 Wisconsin E. J. Peas _ u__ .10 may be spoiled because eaten too t IMMEDIATE DELIVERY :

purchased 1,200 acres in Manatee 3 25c Cans Sliced Pineapple .50 15 oz. Quince Jam __-- -_ _ .20 soon after. killing, NOW

e .. county for stock production. A mild 3 lOc Bottles Ketchup ___ u ___ .25 16 oz. Citrus Jam___ __ _ __ __ .20 Let us cut you one f>f our ; Price F. "0. B. Plant In Bags f

lion acres will be devoted to cattle :3 lOc Bottles Eddy's Mustard. .25 LARD in bulk u___ _ _ __ 12Va JUICY PORTER HOUSE CARLOAD flP",

and hogs near Bonifay if the plansof IF had betfer STEAKS and you will agree thatwe LESS THAttCARLOAD jmf
you are paying more you Come See Us. II know what $9.00 Per Ton -
the promoters materialize. All we are talking $10.00, Ton '
over thestate this development isgoing it i* good to eat we've got it. I about., WRITE rer
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TOOT dranb Cured will reared In 6 to momr 14 Day U p AZOOINTMKNT G. M. TAYLOR'S CASH STORE CITY MARKET : JLORIDA SOfT PUOSPUATf[ & LIME CO.

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FRIDAY. APRIL 7., Iftlrt THE EISSIMMEE VALL1T GAZETTE i'Arr "lT ,
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It "On" Forartjr of Key West and Forrest--waa: not elected- long ago.- It'l U certain -, who, likewise', has 'given. ,.idenc..of" The editors will see to Uub-Orlando i

Florida Press Congressman Sears )| Lake of Sanford are, his opponent thai most congressment are in the possession of .princlpl*.-Orlando Citizen '
,and while it,will be no affair-of ours 1
and'if Citizen.Ilan
whatever the result, we hope that Joe favor of such a change, the / Forrest Lake opposed Joe .Sean '.

I ,r Congressman Joe Sears will f term in congress.-Miami I' Herald. I Sears will be re-elected.. No memberof people look at it sanely they wljl! also Joe Sears announces for Congress for congress In the lait primary

4 t the Florida editors on a boat BOTHERING JOE, SEARS that body can show his worth .In approve-if While it may be,.argued in the Citizen announcement Hugh Sparkmanr of the Dayton

1 ; one term and it I is unfair to,give him that two term in 'office ''is too columns Journal '
1 t' the Kissimmee river when they .Honorrible.Joseph!>> W. Sears has year was then Claude L'Eryle'ssecretary :

r -r in Kissimmee. Soma of 'em :. 'serving this.-thtf 4th but one.-Live Oak Citizen.. much for 80m men, we must all Orange .county: will sure cast its and 'was," of course, 'very

t ,b be trying to take Joe oh a : district in the cong'rU-j'I agree that a congressman has hardly I vote for Sears, and'Orlando should much opposed to losing hta! job-

%s { Salt creek."-.Tampa Tithes. for'about four months, and al' SEARS CANDIDATE FOR time, to take a,look around him dur give him a unanimous vote, since although through the defeat of his boss. Others

r 1" a. few nagging politicians are I I. RETURN TO CONGRESSIn ing that period, and there is next to only in congress' a few rtnorftha who have a grouch against the

r. :;:: his : to "bother' and hinder' him in this Issue Congressman Joe nothing) that he' can accomplish for he-has done more than any other con present! congressman will oppose,him
t t Congressman Sears, filling work. It never seems to occur Sears announces that he is 'a candidate + his constituency aside from the petty gressmanor, the long-delayed poet a-T before;. but Joe need not" worryso :i jl
t.F term as Congressman, from the this class of disturbers that' the for..re-election 'to congress to fetching and carrying which mightbe office building .and that I is really the H>ng as the people of this district "

L .f' Florida district, has not given of a-district, have a part to represent: the fourth Florida district. done by any clerk. In this district best thing he can do for' this city.:- I believe in fair play, and that evej-y

i faction to two of IhlsconsU in the developing of an efficient This is Congressman( Sears' first term we1, have a ease in point., Congressman Orlando Citizen.Congressman rpnn -should be given a square dealv: '\

.. Fo arty, of Key I West, and -' : 'I No man in the world .in,.congress and he hai been too busy Sears took his seat in De- : Melbourne Times.InvlglxaUng . i I'

, -.... Lake, of Sanford.: Florida give his best thoughts and efforts attending to his duties in Washington -"ce.mber. Before he gets it warm he Joe Sears promises

"j Vfivcs a Congressman a second securing, the.most. for his to do any campaigning up to this has two opponents in the field against to take the state editors on a boat to tho Pale and SicklyThe

and this precedent firmly without 'a "certain, amount of time. "Joe"is assured of strong support htrn. If he remains. in Washingtonhis ride on the lake at the Kissimmee Gaova'sTASTEI.EaachillT Old Standard ..a..... .t sIedrfeeeour .
in the minds of the people, will their .With the by his friends in and around .. .
on part
candidatorial interests will undoubtedly meet. No "Salt River" ride for him. U>lrl t>rtchr Ihe blood.llad bull4.us-th..,.-
1 of much advantage to Mr. Scars illJ it is a matter of what can New Smyrna, who believe that he Us suffer, and if he comes to kID A true tooic.l'otaduae.ndchildrea.as. ,11;' 0

'; ..j would like to continue* to hold congressman' get for them In the ,ntitled to another terht as repres n- Florida to make a campaign he will .. -- .

11 a $7,500.00 per job..- of political I preferment, regard tati\c: from this' di"triet.-New Smyrna be charged with neglecting his duties. -

I Times ( f the public needs. News. A mail'is
new in need of gaining all
; Thus it is, that two men have' aVj I the experience possible during ,his
ti! The announcement of ',lion. j that they will contest for JOE SEARS WltL BE RETURNED !first months in congress; this does

, :Seats: who i 11 a candidate for Sears' seat in congress at the Our friend Joe Sears is going to not apply to older members.. The'latter

tion to Congress from the primary election; State S
Congressional 'district, appcuis 'n J. N. Fogarty of Key West, and trict, two other ,candidates being pit- with men And measures and can
r issue of the Breeze Mr. Scars: nlative Forrest Lake, of San- ted against him. It seems, that the keep truck 'of events in a much 'more Three Trains Daily to Chicago

a strong line in this county i Their principal reason for en opposition is baced on Mr. Sears' 'ot.eon intelligent manner without following I
a and will call on his friends lh.9 race at* this time is that the Keating child labor bill on proceedings so closely. N bw mem- The Southland-New all-steel year-round train to Chi>

f fore th,? primary.-New )' both have an ambition to repV which he made a speech in opposition bers need to learn all they can during cago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Louisville, Cleveland and

,at Hi I'ee/e, I,I I' the district in -congress. They to the measure, and on which there the first year, and after that they Grand Rapids Leaves 8:20: P. M. '

', their friends will nag the con I were both majority and minority I can better themselves in accomplishing Dixie Limited.-Fastest service; only through morning ,
until he is compelled/to something worth while. No departure for Chicago from Jacksonville train but '
;; ('O:\(;.IESSM.tN:" reports. man ; only \ one
SKAUSi '
i home to ,defend, himself, and Mr Sears' opposition to the bill, as I no matter how brilliant or able, can night out. Leaves 9:35: A. VL .
\, ('ongl'ex'-ltIllnV., J, SearH i" (' they will set up a howl uliout I we remember it, was: ((1)) l because, as '['do much in two years, and it ill likely I Dixie Flyer-.Famous all-the-year steel train for ChicagoVia

nou ring thrangh| the I"'l'l sx< ( leaving his important work in the as it passed the house, he did not consider I that Congressman, Clark's bill will be Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville and Evansville. Leaves

c f di'-tract his intention1 of being u ,:,, to look after his political !; it constitutional; ((2)) hecauKeJ'l..rida ''passed, ,-Oilando Reporter-Star. I Jacksonville 8:30: P. M.
( didate for the nomination to .
; to succeed himself, at the ( I: But the people are' not going to be I 'ilieudy has a child labor law ; I Two Trains. Daily to St. Louis
that he considered better than he one ORVNCiM: : :" 1)'S.! LAKE ;1 I
to !10< had 1 in June ;
)primary'. easily fooled as all that. They J j piopo-vi'd; ((3):}) because Mr. Sears said: II'II'I Three Daily for New Orleans ,
I The ( .n "l'sMnlln is just Joe Sears two 14'Land News : "Things "
I h' first lean, having bean ,' I years ago be-I| that, as a suite's lights/: mall, it shouldbo I says are Dixie Limited is five hours fastest train to St Louis, only one night!; from ;
they believed in him. They left with the states; ((4)) 'H-CIUIS' he getting complicated for our good Jacksonville. Leaver-9:2.; .A M St Louis; Express runathe year round '
:, November, JlII! As has been : that he was honest and had II i|| contends that there is no picvivoh ;'n friend. (Congressman Joe SearH. For by way or Montgomery Nashville and Evanavillc. Leaves 8:20: P. M.

ed out, just after, Mr. Sears '{ and that he would do his very the Keating hill for the tare of chil- rest Lake I will curry Seminole almost All.steel electrically lighted!; trains drawingroom!; compartment and observation
,.i ,sworn in, congress adjourned to sl'rve'them. They are now go- dren who unable solidly and get a b'g vote in Orangeand .leepets comfortable coaches al' meals in L Qs N, dining cars,
:' t tie I regular session whuji began I, { to give him a reasonable) chance I themselves are and have to provide for of Vnlusia! etc" I chcice of routes and of trains. For reservations,schedules, etc.,addressH.

: )la-t \Decemlxr, He has served. in I ') .."" of the disturbers and place support.It no means ; It ma\' be that I'orrest lake may I II C. Brelney, Florida Passenger Agent

L i 1 I'tcss" a mallei! of three months.Iluniug j i The present congressman I is hardly fair to say that Mr. I get II i lugote in Volusia, nna> he j jought 114 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, florida
\ ) | the short period that serve'a )Iol' i
I tnunipharitly ie-elccted and Sears is nn enemy to children For ;' /: to know something about his
piesentcd this clistuct in (' would like, to s<'e hill naggers so soars he was a school teuihci and own .counts, Seminole] though even i i flr
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he- ha. .tHiIWd l a fair amount
the that
i' at polls they never later supc'iintendenl of public instruction there he has main anti-Idrkes; but
, ngnition. for one so new in that I show their heads above the po- for, Ostcol.i (county, always : (Oiange) county does not owe anything I II :
fl li has the ho\ise
\ presided over i'al hoi/on! againMellioui; \ 'I
working for the uplift and l betterment but assistance, good and hard to LeI
i Hhsenct.. of thespeaker, und hags I -
Meal '
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''' of conditions for the youngsters I"01 test Lake for Congress' although *
opportunity to address< the )' t
,! jscAcial j of his section I Orange holds no grudge 'I
) orcrions: .. He has "
.before. committees on I behalf "f j: Under the regular heading of an- The Record ill not in Joe Sears'district I against Seminole] and the ties. are becoming --
I but If it would do stronger between the citizens'iof i
(' ntll in this issue be were it its
jc-cts for the benefit of his may I C. A. C\RSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary.
( the annoul1l'e..m.nt. of the can best for his return for a second term. the two counties so recently one.I I } :'
of :\
cuts, notably on behalf '
and has )' of lion. W. J, Sears, for the -Florida Record, of lallahussee. (On the other hand Conlrelman''
"_ dl"'p water program, I
, .. eiurifetK, in attending to those of representative in con- Joe Suns has proven himself friendly] :| The Waters & Carson
from this, the fourth district TERM OF COMiKKSSMANSIIOl'U:" ; { :" to Orange count}'. He has made no
i ties i which' a huge ! ) l
'. Sears has IVon in the hulls of the ( ) lit; OUR! K\RS I specious promises, and therefore has I
call their
ways cm l'onlCl'<'I<" ,
/: '(''' for such a short lime that Representative Frank Clark has abill broken none but the evidence of
s ,
perform.It) i I
many friends feel confident that \ 1 before congress to increase the friendliness. is all in his favor, and j I Grocery Company
. is the of / .
; right ilny (' "houl'eI l he returned! by the laigest I term of congressmen to four venis. I( Orange County should and doubtless'':

thi district, qualified as a voter, possible Whether or not ConI'I It is surprising that such a measure I will stick to her friend and the man 1
candidate for the .
1 u I
'(' man Sears will find time to ,
-- Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
g congress, rid hence there is j - - -- --- ------1
'/ slightest (criticism of those", a canvass of his entire district 0<-44:44w'..: {.<.{4444{..i44444444+ri+r7.4o 44{44s'.444 hti44o fiw'..:.M !
the shall take
>re primaries place I :
wh have announced; that they
feels confident that his constitu- .
be candidates for the seat now will recognize his abilities thus THE SOUTHLANDVIA

;'. pied by Mr.. Sears, but The
mude known and
rally to his sup- ..
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t submits that in all justice'lhere'l acl: sonvillet
4 ..-1'alm Beach Post, e ;., ,.
need now to make a change in .
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I cials, but thatj itrfairneda, I \,and! f r: Congressman Scars of the 4 (0., (0 0' ,
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has scarcely got,broken into .' ,
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.; the district the present .! 4 (0 (0 <0
new order of things before he r '
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.. is able to accomplish things .. that he must defend his right :i A. C. L., L. & N., PENNA LINES 4 (0 (0 HIDES <0
I the seat for a second term. lr II I (0 GRAIN 4 000 0
, district and his sUite I If there I I 00 (0 (0 FURS 0<
;r t reason for electing Mr Sears, I ALL ,STEEL THROUGH TRAIN 0 KEJITILIZERSSHINQLES 'Co 000 <0

year, and the voter seemed 1 '! Also Sleeping Cars to I 4' Co 000 WOOL 0<
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thusiastic in his. support, there .
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j more reason now, and nothing TAYLOR'S CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, INDIANAPOLIS I (0 ORANGE BOXES 000 <0 40
b conduct of Mr Sears while in 1 and GRAND RAPIDS 00 (0 000 ALL <0

( giess, or elsewhere; has )led 1 to I .. BEST. ... Observation and Compartment Cars, Vestibule Coaches I i <(0 ORANGE WRAPS, (0 Co Co 00 <0Co'
COJJNTRY
f lief or could give countenance Cars
Dining I (0 VEGETABLE CRATES Co 00 <0
J charge that he has proven )II BLOOD DAILYLv. (0 4 00 PRODUCE <0
, represent the people of this 00 CR \1'1NAILS: fi 00 0
Jacksonville 8:20 P. M. -
I Iireneially Co fi Co 0
It has been the custom of ]
Cincinnati 9:00 P. M. ..
MEDICINE 44 > ''rrr; ; >;rrfifififir4fififi; I I +' 440444444000000;
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4 Ar. Chicago 7:45 A. ---
gi'i'ssinen for u second term l | FOR RHEUMATISM We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds
The Herald Knows the sentiment For reservations apply to f.
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1 Wi (jive' special attention to. fitting out JIlting and camping parties.
1 spirit| of the people of this dil< I Ith A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. .:. Free delivery in 'city limits. 'Phone No. '12.

<'v will not refuse to do so I Ii I PRICE il o F Ull PINT BOTTLf Jacksonville. Tampa :f We are county agents for good ferLluers': Ask us for circular and prices

.i even if other very excellent 'I' ,:..:-:-:-:-: :-.:..:-:-:...:- .: (-:-:..:->-:..:- :-.....,.:.:-:-:+:-:..:..>-:..:-:-:.,:-> on fertiliser. ,
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i:t; PAGE <&. 4 THE' .& 155 111M E E VALLLT GAZETTE FRIDAY, APRIL *7, !"!'. i

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territory where the merchants use their local 1 him any immediate personal gain, that will 'not emblazon o..o.o.iooooooooo.oooo.OOOOOO.ooo..ooooo.i ,. I'
Gazette ,
The Kissimmee Valley his name jn the newspapers a* a public:

papen.'t- benefactor, something perhaps that ..the public will i SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE j

Still another editor has left 'the! strenuotisi y.of aboutand what I
PafelUkrJ K..rr FH4.y.i never know; a thing see you get-
en.* !. Y.llq CA...!). nimi. KU'I__ee. Fl.. the "big city game" in the North to join the tanks I not-a. thing but an excuse that perh ps isn't even a'I AND OSCEOLA COUNTY

.. of Florida' editors many of \\vhom have< taken the good one.'I) .
... .
AND R. O. VAHi AO.MKVV. wK4ltr .
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IW' 1RRI' same in years 'gone by. The'latest i i. A. Earl 01:0 "
... rt..sv. step I Ask the average citizen or citizenexs devote a ot OOOOOt. O fOur
K.: -E.'NAEGLls' ,
Stumpf, formerly managing editor of the Milwaukee day and five dollors to bring about' better conditionsI townsman' \i

1 II..rlpU.. R.C.... Sentinel., Of him the Fourth Estate, a news infant welfare and the answer is all the way Kissimnvcc offers scventy-eifrht former. Milton '.:t

f On. Copy, Oh. Ye..r .,-....-"....-....,.......-.. lit, paperman's magazine says, : "1\- Earl i Stumpf, I from a cold stare t to :a polite refusal. Make it a young men for a military company., Pledger in now located at Kissimmee, "
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One n. Copy.Copy,"HI.Thre.e! Month. Months,-..-_-,...---.......--.._ri .76 editor( of the Milwaukee Press Club's :Once A Year'' I society function and the same citizen and.cjtizenes's'will That's a high' average for prepared' and' is engaged irl his:' law practice, /- ,,
'
: and a former professor in" the course of journalism give days and night and dollars and think, ness.:"::. Lecgburg. : Commerpial. i where he;in doing well. ife'' also halt,

i All eotftniunlcatlotia, elccpt, from our authorisedorre at Marquette University has resigned as assistant 'the Lord' will be --(0.1- V Va
they are doing wprk. They Truck Gr'owers'Assodatfon in the Kissimmee Valley '
I
.pomlfntn, mast l>e jiijiiitd' >by the writer. | The Ktftsiminect department
I Rejected matter will. Hot bu rtiturrmct 11111.... ,c.lled I managing editor of the Milwaukee Sentinel. Jle ( lavish .with their, money Ito, amuse! themselves and; has plan under way for Gazelle, to which he contributes '
.
I I for Vill leave Milwaukee for Florida, where he has purr if ther ' left after the 1
'
paying
,
anything ,,
expenses '
the holding of an Ol<.eola. County a weekly;\ uititle.!. The Times-Courier :
interest in '
chased Tarpon Springs '
Otnl .-..d l In the. .....office e In K/eelrnmee.. / Florida' an a newspaper. babies get it. But the main thing .has. been accomplished Fair at that place next winter I is, triad to hear from all of our old j jeitlreat.Marianna'
'' Mr. will
In addition to being' a' part owner Stilrnpf
t u ."' '',d-eIRKII matter> t and paid (for in that society has played Florida Grower '
: Times-Courier.
- be charge of the editorial force. ,
in new game and has been amused'or an hour.
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l1 FRIDAY.} APRIL 1. 1916. I -::;- : Now there's no rule or regulation against mtn I KUblmmeo in: making elalioiate'populations The Florida -a-State Press AS80eill.r--' ,
take home
r.- Here's something might 10. ourselves and women amusing themselves wrth galf or J t'o entertain the/ State r
: tioh ivvhuh will 1)0 in Bcshionat KlsKimmec
The Daytona Ga/etle News in its i issue of( last ; right ,here in Kissimmee. We didn't .'.writeII dancing or the cabaret or in any other way which I Press Association, whi'h' com'euos in April !.'{ 14 and 15, promises-

week included a Souvenir Pictorial) Supplement in ; Ve wish we had; but it's too good to be seen their conscience doecn't inter/ere. Play makes and: that thriving. city April) 11: to 15i- lone 3 ( ,
'i i ? to tie of unusual interest. One ;
the readers of( the Okechobee Call whereit'
!
the beauties only by the world here objection( '
keel in
book. (form which very ably set forlli younger. is no Lakeland News
features
of the most in :
"I of .pretlly'liltle\ cily on 'the "banks of Halifax wa first 1 printed. Head it ; it's worth while : the world that the net profits of .an entertainment' -':,- jnfeiebting .":' (
of Ininnlent of the deleiriUs
"If you have any complaints make eboul the shall be gUen to improve health conditions for Pat Johnston, of :Kissinimee, hu.'elected .M j the way ei> -

river. I IJIrI city to.: the city council i! make them in black and babies or rW those who are tottering on the verge five clipping' ( vats, to dip his I is a boat trip on beautiful. Lake

When the editors; come.nejct: week we ate willing while, bring your proofs, so that they can have ,of eternity. All contributions thankfully receivedand ;I,cattle in. Two of those me at lust. !Tohnpckiiliira as the I guests( of Con-
A
'' "essm.inV. J. St'iith. trip to St
dollar doughnut that' something upon which to work.. Don't make your asked. I! Luke, two near Hopkins .and one at
t emery no
to a against a questions "
wager I (Cloud. 4ho "wonder) city, fs aUplanne <>
one of them will ask the name question : "Whydon't self despicable! continually:: harping about l something I But why is it (hat. men and women who will Canoe 'Creek.-FloI"iJII Ciowei.; : I
build a bulkhead along the waterfront, : which is only hearsay something that\ you directly to be amused (the net profits going to l "8 --
11 you give ,
The J iun! Chili will holda
i, \know about and have not the ,moral courage lo i KiwHimnvM* I <
I of beautiful( lake ? i charity) will not an equal amount of effort I "
U your | but hide behind the cloak of insinuation;. give |, toul'nIlJnt'ntJII: 4th and nth, which The Tunes, hopes that as mcny East
:; -: :-- ,' expose and cash duectly to the charity without the
same
)7 j In our last issue believe that said thai : 'The will he attended l>y over 100 1 memhcis'of Co.ist editors as. can will ac'eept the
j Press last;t week lold us that Villa had : we we amusementchannel) The '
palches intervention uf the) net ( tre
I State ProsAssociation
I coward is the who assertion the Floi'ida. Triipsliootcrw Association imitation to go( ) to }
corers an
his broken iller-by bullet ur by a (fall 'front biggest one would be from five
leg a results to charity to twenty
: and sc\eiul national capellsFtoridu ; ': .- meeting at KissimniPe,
1"1' Be if have simelhing
insinuation. ,
I+1 I' his horse However thai may be. one newspaperplaced by a man you limes larger.: Ol course, the only exhihration wouldbe CJrovXer.I via :\1./111)111'111'/ The Tunes: and the
be bring with he proof
thai knpwn it oul (
ought to
.I another of his '
the anatomy for there wouldn't be ,
injury) in part the reward of conscience
to that
St. Cloud) 'I 1'1 illumeiH see it
t when it punted the following headline "\111.. if you have a personal spiio-and )just wish' to and merely' any particular amusement t mil. 'It would be hard j I I The Enterprise-Recorder dnosli'tfeel they have a pleasant trip across the
officials of the
harass the town, come our say
\i' Wounded in the I Hills. : work, not play The benefits to charity would bead that an much time has hem given thus avoiding, the n"re1001I1II'ahllllt
country;
will all a better but whatever
"' so, it put us in position
) -- I do be and don't hide beh.nd (his'hearsay' \ anced a hundred times (faster, helpless children to newspaper and printing subjects at WilY; by l rail Ampl-1 ariiiiigenients -

It is said that imitation .is the lnceieM form of you business.a man might the M oner be given a fair chance in life ; : the Kissiinmee n""t'ting-. shmilil will l I.e )jirov> ided for the

41""' flattery :Manager Pierce, of the Giayslone, should . the evils that attend (hem in the surroundings of have boon aolll.]
t t feel all pulled up. Since helooC<< charge of the ; ATTACK UPON-SENATOR---- BRYAN po\erty and I ignorance would ,be bettered so much and incidental m.itteis is will ..uiSmipan.v the press 1IH'I1--

t ; local hotel, of that name, seveial new hotels in the ( the sooner. I I not enough( ;.Madison, l.iitei'prlseKcioidci. 1",1: 11'mil i nc limes."

It.1/ stale have budded out under the same title. lliQi - ' In other. words. why are not the people of Florida '. .
l / P. who, for, > -
I Senator ,ti. Bryan, is I a candidate
!i latest is located at fort Myers. | the men .and women who have been (forlunatelj :> 'I Pie 1 FIOIld,1 l i "1'iess Association will,
Flondi's repretenlatises
reelection of
as one III i Still the m.iikd lightens 4111 out
if will do
- pldCt'J! in lile. where they they .
| may hold) its. finnii.il meet in KI"imm.1'111 < .
: has evidently clevei! the upper house of the national law making\ l hodr. tire elevaliorol I paper stoik) :Now' It is a matter I of'tl'I'm' I
The Pcnsacola News some something 'Ollhhrle for sanitary
\ .
,
battle ,, '\ 1 lath: I I4lh :rid 1lh. A reward
is making: a manly aga.nsl: as MCIUUS an opposition "Kvei: jthinL* cash"ar i thcicahouts -
that
Recent of commu'nliles
such)
writers on Its Mail./ issues paper heir I respective why are not the ] .
tnif rl Is pl'011li'd us place' '
candidate )( ileiteil
as eel was pitted against any ,is the verdict, and it i ''.u'lies' i"1l'
'
t which lays;. claim! to being the oldest in I lorida,, men and women willing to undertake\ such wok) for the .' cent'isPvIluc.iled -
the annals ol I Il lunda.All e\ n1 is IIIKIO
foi public office/ in all the hlll'lto the- m.inufuctui:
1'' of WilY
oldest 1 city display, a bilghtness,, and Happiness The query applies not alone to the people of 4bi! larger= .itteixl.ii.
unfounded! iti'uimir a
111.nnel ol chaiges, absolutely uliulh. ('J"| s. Hitter make for some
w.i\
/pnu-
i style (hat should create envy in the edilona'l, loom'" state it has. ,i meaning for all states and com lof the bur v -.inlxs than was I"i idl.it ) :,.
wsrivoue;
lams to I .
dailiesJacksonville ". have been made against: ,, twill lost sv toni lallat ki'nnuieo.Leebui
of the 1 lampa and Jacksonville ,
I candid ,iniikc! h. nun+tic' ?a'i"n \ -|pleodrd'| / 'piiigiam 1 "t.I. i-
he has" nnule a ,111 stulc'sni) : le but the'emetic 1 I /If ( ''lI1nH'I'i MIL
I lie ., a | !IM the. I'env IN ,01.1 'ii pti |purd III < |
that made
Ihe, ),...e.1 ol ll.fe I is :
\ boa l I" I jlo"f iii) 10..1. nf n, adand| | a ino-l, I e.
I (for the and woikmg\ people" that! he is malting a iii.| < tilt' ol sending i.M < "n ol I Iho.e'! in I.o.nes of (elegance: et en of ,
band tourists Icnlion
conceits hleialuie under Ins stvalondl I | I i'ik, ssLr.h!,, t tallows 01 IT uii/til' .it Ki- mini"' ''''Mtvkrht 1.|"\ .d.I. linn i ,\inlii /ip fitted. S..l" ,'
We Jax one better with concerts eery"ed"e'- 'paign\: InoiJeiate M. toil. Miffermx comes to all at one 'hnsmg all, | ,, h. 11 I .niirnned l
go lo send mail lite, ol chaise, vvhe1 < \ ounir> men : \ KIITII\ i I rat i d' ( 'i ) mi/ lie \
senators
f day night and Sunday afternoon And we believe the letters contains official/ buttress lime or annlliti. (bat to some 'it I is an always present <.d 1 the /p,< ti fTi 1 f.n, b n u i'ml., i i-hip; \il.1 I I.f : it nl pi i r mile, plus J *

that our good people will continue to tuppit' the \LI' 1.1"- 'ped..r I II i within the power of the loiluiialt Hit.int! ln-iifial;" I l'-t t i In: nulrlivl; ill- f.u. I iIi". i I'i oJ rd i ,i| tip, and i<>ii-<>'
what
llie. I lei "I.d publishes purports lo i
local band so that these conceits may be continued teceived the,! mad Is don, tic to ielie\e muili.of. the anguish of the other lull tin ItMiIcithat" t In lull, 't.< .\.iiaiu\.\ idle pim" full pl\ud at the Im, ulImtil
simile letter through
throughout the summer. \ 'hleialuie., wlmli Most: of f the blindness. in ihe L'jnted' Slates is the lan I lie, found. for the inMip.im in ,lh. dining/ tin' oiiveiitioii .I 1'tern :> -
; and
:Senator containing campaign result ol of (hose who assist 1 1 'the newborn -
lynoiance S"c'cJllCl HqIIIH'lIt Anadia :New I
I i LagleR.
.
bears the of (flanked\ envelopes. Iheic
Editor, Ilugh Spar kman. of the Daytona Journals imprint child') into the woild. A large share ol thedisease
evidence, however thai theie .
w ino stamp -
is no death
the rate - - - - - - - - - -- - - - -- - -- ------------------
reprints the kind words we had to say of hi' returnto that increases community
i this particular letted thai it miuht not hive
upon or !because
ihe editorial tnpod in that city and in another "tails m in.amtarv surroundings insanitary -
been stamped and the stamp lost in 11,1I1.lt .tt'ri' ,
column attack made our ol '
reproduces an upon support ignorance .
+ of( Congres ihan _. ears 1>v the MI,1Ini1etropo: cancellation which is quite| commonX e hue ol'e-i II you .u,,<. willing; unselfishly to do your pall to
; S.
and FLOYDDealer
received letters from Congressmen >enalo'on
select that londitions.. if f of tune ormon..v .
lis. Of such clay are we editorsX!. lessen such I any pail your
which pleases us most in the belief 'that our readerswill personal' matters in a (franked envelope whirl] is I available,) for such work without the
had been stamped.'c believe thai if (tanked
feel (he same as we do about it. a medium; of( | lay or amusement there' are a hundred In
envelope, was inadvertently used by some! cine in. and there are those who can show I
: :- oppoitiinitir-'

We have just 1 received a copy of f the annual report Senator stamped B"and an'the- office stamp that lost in the, liansil envelope, 01 that was it you wheie these. opportunities lie.I Florida I Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed
I lorida and communities in are
of( the Children's Home Society of Florida many
was mailed by mistake without the 'Iaml'e b.e'sed! with and women who: are, doing tins
When men
which bears the title "Making! Good. it is
heard of but the Perry Herald who Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
phase no one of
known that this society: with headquarters in Jacksonville ,I work unselfishly, unobtrusively without hope reward ,
claims to have received campaign literature unt1el'of of the Pearly Gates, but they are (few
caied. for 881! homeless children from all this side
I
ii' seal a franked\ envelope and \ve do know thai the and women who Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
i parts of the state last year and found good homes of and lonely. They are men ,
lif Senator Bryan's office had made a practice
believe the title should be have studied through personal, contact the needsof
most of them I
for we would I II I
,' i'such methods that ''someone else certainly whose interest has been arousedto
changed to "Made Good. Truly I this i is 'Florida'iG the other half
have called attention to it before' this, seen'and
\ have
'' fighting by what they
,the point
"" reates Ch'IIY : ; I aerator''' the edto", of the'" I herald
.i ., :". Bryan wrote +
all the' earnestlybecauTe''lheyTare"w'orkJTig
'<; ',,'*f.tY'Ji kn'ow'njjfand lheyf are, Working. : more
.
"
f llows 1I
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Hon. Jefferson B. Browne; ; of Key West, has definitely I as :" ,Jacksonville"" .1 March 26. 1916?' Intel ji'gently:-they kpow

of the "what they are doing and their efforts and their
k announced his candidacy for Justice I"
Editor Taylor County Herald Perry Florida I The of
where they will get best and tl1evolld
being
court of( Florida. Mr. Browne'was elected ''money are put
supreme '' Dear :Sir; :My attention has' been called lo oft and cent 'I I eyes
results for minute
every
one of the Democratic presidential electors in I9I2. statement made in to the effect that I largest every
your paper
was president of the State Bar Association in I9IO expended. '
literature. undermy
have been mailing out
campaign
railroad commissioner from 1903 to T907, a : : : ;
was T
frank, which the law permils to be used only are on the man whoSAVES
several and has
r candidate for
governor years ago COUNTY AGENT
'' upon official b 'lne otherwise been prominent in public affairs of( the !
I', to mailing out campaign literature. If any
for number of ''
II' stale a years... has been mailed/ out without stamps upon rt. it has' There' is an 'old saying that the Good Lord helps

:- been entirely unintentional I am told at mv oflice themselves

.,it Brother Merchant, ( who r true helps also of'the work of( the county dem-
ha'I
;c of Madison, complains that not enough tune has not been done intentionally Now you make ; The following editorial from the
Association OI't I IIron agents
been given in the program' of the Press ,: I would like! have submit the
tins| charge, to you Gentleman should prove interesting right
Counliy
be held here, for the discussion of :
to newspaper
meeting proof of it. II any campaign literature- has pone here in Osceola county It reads as follows;) :

t and card printing Brother subjects) Merchant Stems to us thai that we he oul from my office/ through!: the mails, without there. i I' a new invention for flying machines called I

t /' saw a' from saying stamps upon it, I want to \know it. 'o that I can the could not attend the meeting. Change your mind !
account to the Government for amount. I side
proper and keeps the machine, right up no
friend, and if you will promise to come we'll help to have not been more careful about any one thn(. which the wind blows If some such

get all the discussion,, (for you that you wish j j"Bob" i, since I have been in 'the Senate, than not- to send deuce matter could be way invented for the county agent it P.AUSE for a moment, young man, .

-- '- : unofficial literature without l paving postage. I do would probably meet with a wide adoption.If I and give a thought to self. The
Carver the distance editorial
champeen long
is not 'know what the literature i It you refer \to but think that the county farm bureau man

' writer of Florida. He! basks in the sunshine I when I heard that such a claim was being made has an you easy time of it you need to read the personal problems that confront you now or J

I and enjoys the breezes off Hillsborougb'Bay while I I came' immediately back to Jacksonville to find' of.dlcounlyagent which appears in this issue. ,

he lets his effervescent typewriter click off page out about it, and am told al mv office that the Among story all Government representatives he is, perhaps will a few' years hence.

i after page of sparkling wit and wisdom for the charge without any foundation whatever quickly caught in. the vortex of local .,
i columns of the Florida !Metropolis! on the banks of Yours truly, more

the St. Johns. And "Bob"is some word-painter, very N. P. BRYAN. I controversy.Some have failed in this work be- Lookabout you-the men of affair/ in country, stat/ nation-ye*,

# I' too. He can make poetry oul of the meanest sort The fact of( the mailer i is that Senator Bryan is young needed men stabilizers. "Local jealousies,, in the world, are the men who started to save early in life.
they
j of subject and weave an air of romance about the careful of his of of his senatorial cause '
commonest t I more use any controversies, politics and narrow-mindedness entirely They have the respect and confidence of the, community.
esJ--- privileges than any senator we have ever met We upset{ them. Others have been able to over-

i : : have heard him set forth Ins ideas of some of the ride opposition because they were backed by the Then look on the other side-at the fellow who mend all tl
Kissimmee is in all of y
getting publicity parts practices which 'have heretofore been common i forceful( support of the leaders of the community make-they may have a good time for a while, but waat:! doe ti 'j
the country as a result of the coming Press Association I
officials and to the lay mind he'
among public even A I und sociologist describes the situation by saying personality reflect?
meeting to be held here next week. The seemed to be a bit straight-laced!: in Ills viewpoint.No that the county agent has to analyze "a complex

r Fourth Estate;, a maga/me devoted to the publication -: N. P Bryan, or as we love to call him here, I sociological problem"and must make a thorough!: A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be be
of and which, of interest "
news views are particular I Tobe Bryan is too innately honest too sincere in study of the "psychology of( the community. The nucleus of an honorable, independent
' to newspaper workers.Hays : "The Florida his efforts to claim no more than his due, too cal who has been through such work Make career.

f Press Association has announced the tentative program I "straight.laced." if you will, too honorable and too I'l"ilcl means' the man same thing when he says that the countyI" bank book your will beginning the now-today. Your

of its convention at Kissimmee from April gentlemanly such 1111 pave way. v
stoop to as < job.I
13 to 15. Paris of all. three days will be devoted agent: -some ) I -

lb to the business meeting. Friday and Saturday af- I WORK AND- PLAY- j It is unfortunate that this work of apparently intrenched must I
be, started against a disposition op
ternoons being given 10- entertainment which is in _ I IThere's '
: Most communities seem to be biased Sta.teBankof -,)
the hands of the Kissimmee Board of( Trade. position.
j I a curious anomaly in human nature that' against 1 the work, rather than in (favor of it. Per-

: :- it is slow, very slow, to do work of which the re- : haps this is a good thing in that it brings out the

t Herman Rosenfeld, aclverjising! manager of ward is an intangible, indefinite, possibly remote best qualities of the county agent and forces him I "

Sears Roebuck & Company recently told the I result ; but call it play and the crowd flocks" to it, I to do his best, but it is hard to see where any county KissimmeeCapital

+ members of the American Ad Club at a convention : batters at the gales to pay the price and (fain admission benefits itself. |,

We have bureau whose duly it is to read each stock ---- ____ __ 11k0,000.00aoorcer i
a to the same. So says the Slate Board of Acceptthe county agent for what he is rather --------------- -___ $

week the country newspapers from all over the I Health! in a late bulletin, which reads as follows: I than for what you think he ought ,to be. At least I TCT ------------------------------___ 400,000.00 J

""'" country. There is not a paper of any consequencein Tom Sawyer deep and honest He
was a philosopher 'a profound credit him with sincerity purpose. Officer and Director
our trade territory that our bureau does not get. judge| of human nature when he made whitewashing isn't' infallible. He will make plenty of mistakes,

This bureau, looks over these papers and when we Grandma's fence seem a particularly desirable but in most cases he will discover them before they C A. CARSON. Presu J. M. LEE. Vice PresL > y ,

r l c'-.s find a town where the merchants are not advertising and enviable task. have gone far. Be lenient ;> be patient; render the M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Pre.t '

in the local) papers we immediately flood that Ask the average citizen to give his time and support of stimulating interest if you do no more. ROMA THOMAS Cashier

: r territory with our literature. It always brings revolt effort even his money to accomplish something If you can't boost his work at least be neutral. ,r- -

far in excess of the same effort put forth in For public welfare, something 'that will not bring Don't knock ,
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I 16 or 16 years instead of paying off local newspaper is the ,mot Influential !\: weld pay well as.a result, of systematic ties, This is the. range of territory:I fine condition( and restores that .clear,, r
.. Letters From your bonds. you. can go on building institution in any' community; advertising! according,. to ,M., N: ii\ which profitable marketing' can'I'be pink and. white complexion so( much \
roads and by thai', time, your 25 yearsare Why? Because it is nearest the peo Beeler, instructor in agricultural done from the farm. The farmer who desired by ladies. Price "60c. Sold by .,;1>
Our Readers out you will' have three times asmuch pie. The farmer reads his local: pa j journalism bathe. University of Flor advertises such produce. as that previously Osceola Pharmacy. 1 t
., brick roads, with special per.talthf lIy'from to It ida .
your cover! cover. ..College of Agriculture. mentioned will' halVe no trou JI 1
q .tax as you would'have ,by bonding; is his library. That is why the local Many products go ty waste which,I. ble In finding buyer irt his locality. The fur-trimmed coat is modish for 'I
', Tt t.he'Voters ,(. County Com millI I hope'the tax payers will considerthis paper, the country* weekly or daily,'is could be sold if the consumer knew The home paper is the best mediumfor children. I 1 1i
,,,I nel's' Districts No. 1, 2,. 4. and) 5: .r sitter In the right light and will ,' the best advertising! medium. that they .were available' Livestock advising, consumers that this pro. -. j
I beg to invite your attention to the vote solidly against. bonds on the Farmers,! heretofore, ,have not -advertised poultry and'poultry products, butter,"'duce is for. Bale. : a 'A very pretty evening' gown is i,
petitions printed in this issue of'the' 15th. I 1 ) much but they could do so milk. wood, fruits, vegetables, home ,. made with bodice of floweted( \ taffeta,, J
.Valley Gazetto: with reference to the ': Yours, for the right) to an advantage.' Men in business far cured meats, canned goqds seed corh,II To havft fine healthy complexionthe and a full, skirt of plain{ niousselino., :
1y J r j \bond, Issue i pow before the 'people of' 'I I | G. B. WOODALk.i less competitive than farming find it velvet beans,,cowpeas! ,' peanuts,-and a j liver must be active, the bowels,, ---- ,I
t. e1e .the said districts i i profitable to advertise.. Of course; hundred other,,things lend .themselvesto regular and 'the .blood pure. All this Melbourne has reoefltly purchased .
JAMES' M. JOHNSTON. (LOCAL PAPER BEST' ADVER1 thero ar.3 many !staple faun products' advertising. The local paper goesto I is brought about by using HERNINE. I an up-to-date fire-fighting apparatus
01" TISINO MEDIUM! FOR FARMERS1It which could not be advertised piont- every corner of the county and to.' It thoroughly"scours the liver, stomach .fnd.. is now in a position to cope with
i -..... THE BOND ISSUE is an established fact that the I ably. But there are others which Various sections of adjoining coun I' and 1 bowels. } and puts the body' in I any situation that may arise.
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J ; ... few 'el.q'R. AH everyone knows, Woe --- =--
1 : paid off our lust bonds on the county.some -- ---
,. : five or Mix! years'' ago, and as 4 1 1ipmembpr :: > .'- =
:\. I the Valley Jussette; : Clinic : : w ..
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out in tl few weeks? nf'w'r: we had paid '. ; =
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I v our bonds calling on the people to ad ILA :
\'. etc a bond tcsue, 'for good roadva'.I < : l :_ .. C ==
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I M(>n><> i>f the 1 people-a very few, -
I agitated the question| for awhile, but -
; the piopl\ stood Iii m. No bond was
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THE.R' WILL BE AT OUR .
tine the bond: ad\' cattn were very
l'onsl'I'"lin'$10,0.00:; WaN all they .
a I.l,1 I to'. iind I fi,it>m tinii; to tune it
\\li- talUi-d bit nothing doing But 5':: ==
\Io\' HIM.1) by' the Dixie Highway; was 1- --
Ih"u'ht of anclil" our d .legates to -= --
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Ih,. llighvMn romt-iitioti pioniisedthe -- -
.. Irlnoi < f 'Ill's ci.unU' lo the Ilixull r-_ OPENING SALE _-
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'tlenV) .I'M''! .i.is I the \people would not 1 1- =
'1,1,.il.) 11 .1 Le I I ... .id-. there I'! hind: In\ I 10* 1 1--===' =-===
,''am' IM/ ) 'ij, lone So the spetMal haul, = -
,sc: !I..u.. ,load j lax of seven nulls w.ist J
t lumped up mid! without the know I
".11". of' 'not mT. >ie than a dozen: that
liu WII'.1\ . l b y the Senate, con- .
iu' "led in li\' I the House and signed

a lithe lixtuie guxetnur until It is Now iep) :>Uiat aled. law That is. Saturday Morning At. the l Makirvson

law yields lo.the eounty over $40,00( (> L. L. TAYLOR
cli Hals "per JIMi The |Mople that got and lOc Store
that lull /passed either, wanted it or ..A.E: >> IL.: Sty:
tiny did! not want it. Now what doe
\\ lint Before the firs astieHHnvsntis = =
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(olletted und almost/ before the assessment =

the x'ery is: jilaceu)> same against crowd is the agonizing property -- When Merchandise of Merit, will and must be disposed of without regard ,to cost or

for bonds. They do not even wait t
to si-v how the law would work, and value, merely to get it out of the way of our MAMMOTH STOCK of SPRING and SUM- _
their greatest argument for bonds is
to get rid of the special tax. Who
MER Goods that _
wanted the special road tax?! The are now arriving.
common people did not, but after they --- --
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got it they are willing to keep ilj
But the land! advocates' are so anxious Come and get acquainted and let us help you to the biggest bunch of Dry Goods and
for the poor people to vote bonds
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and get rid of the special tax.

Why any one should want interest Notions you f
Iteming bonds in preference to a special = I =
non-interest bearing road taxi ia s everBOUGHT s
something I can't see.

cates/In their put forth last appeal some amusing the bond thing advo- FOR A D LAR __

Ttv y tell the voter to vote for bonds == ... =====
and get something while you are liv- -- --
ing, for the most of you will pass =-::aLADIEs'
..Afthe scene before the.bonds will all ca
,. .,.be paid. Well, who will pay the balance . GOODS, ,:4.:; ? .. 3,,,, ......KES.OCTACON'd, :,, '10" MEN'S GOODS 'o
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after the present: voters die? = '\'' ;t'" ,a g DAP' 'W'WPPP; = :' r4 \" ,' =: .
1 Their children. They tell you if you =__ LADIES' $2.50 to $3.00 SHOES ..:_._$1.79 -------- ---'--- MEN'S BLUE W K.SHIRTS _____-____-' ___1________ .34 ==

vote bonds the present and will road tax be will LADIES' $3.50 to $5.00 SHOES _______ "I:______ 2.49 with every dollar purchase. MEN'S DRESS SHlkT& _______ ___________u___ .39 to .75
he unnecessary not as- "
sessed. Can they vouch for all the LADIES' RUBBER SOLE WHITE OXFORDS ._____ 1.49 MEN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR--s uu.2-4 _
]long line of county commissioners for
LADIES' BUNGALOW APRONS _____..___________ .48
MEN'S
the next 25 years ?! Even the presentones NAINSOOK UNDERWEAR _--__--__--_________ .24 ==

can not make any promises only LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ____-_-.-__-25 to .98 $1.50 Value Ewers 50C MEN'S B. V. D. UNDERWEAR _u_____________________ .49
for this and are sure to
you pay
year
LADIES'; $1.50 WHITE VOILE WAISTS _I_ ___ .98 and Basins _u_____ s
this year. They tell you to pay back u MEN'S BEST OVERALLS _______u-u-u-------. .98'
that $250,000 principle and $195,000 _
interest will not raise taxes. ==-= LADIES' $1.00 WHITE WAISTS _. _.48 MEN'S PALM. BEACH SUITS _________-___________..__ 4.98 :='

There would be just G.> .nuch sense === LADIES' $1.00 BLACK WAISTS _.--48 MEN'S PONGEE SUITS --__________--___----_____--_ 3.98 _=
in telling you that you would not SPOOLS _
have that mon.e to pay back. LADIES' $100 to $1.50 PARASOLS _____u___________ .49 6 25 C MEN'S PALM BEACH PANTS u.u.u. 1.98 -=
and that is .::=: COATS THREADMEN'S '
There is one thing sure
=== LADIES' $3.00 to $5.00 TRIMMED HATS _. to 3.98 MEN'S SERGE PANTS u______________________ .98 to 3.98 ,'==
this! it will take $445,000 of tax ==

money to pay it They tell you about LADIES' DRESSES _.__.98 to 3.98.. MEN'S 'SLIDEWELL COLLARS _____n_______-__1;____ .10 _
great railroad und /great manufacturing -
conceins i issuing! bonds. for great 8c to lOc FIGURED LAWN _. ,_0512Vz HATS AT LESS THAN MEN'S SUSPENDERS. -:___-- _----______-.______--_ .25 _

improvement Of course they do, to 15c ORGANDIE! ___ .10 MEN'S PARIS GARTERS ,________-______:________.10 to .25
c. and that is not all they do. They sell BAND IS WORTH

bonds and get money that way, and DRESS GINGHAM _j_. 07 to .12% BOY'S SUMMER SUITS __-_ -____ --___________.=.49 ta .98 -
they raise freight rates und get money .
that WII)'. But! we will not have GIRL'S WHITE DRESSES to .98 BOY'S PANTS -1:__-______--____ __ ___ __ __ __ ____ .25 -

that chance; the. money to payoff I = GIRL'S GINGHAM DRESSES to .98 MEN' SPORT BOY'S $3.00 SUITS ,__:_ _--__ -- __ ._-- _--______-_- -__ 1.50 _
39'C
these bonds and interest will be taxed I __
county To muk a final summing up
we all agree/ that good roads are good = .
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1 things to have The only thing we

differ on is the means by which we I Towels Buttons Laces Embroidery Toilet Articles Artificial Flowers Sweaters
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will get them. The advocate says ,
sell bonds to the amount of $250,000to
be paid off in 25 years, which will Hosiery, and everything that goes to make up a first class dry goods store will be
tost principal and interest $445,000, -
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and we will get in brick roads about = C
:20 miles and get them say in two

years. .
Now we join ,issue with them and Recklessly Slaughtered
we say as. we have a special hard surface :
,t (;, road tax which yields to this' .
special road district $25,000 that is -- -=-
taxed directly out of your pocket and
will go direct to the roads as provided COME EARLY AND GET THE CREAM OF THESE BARGAINS -
: by law it will cost us nothing more .
to assess it than it costs us now. It
will cost no more to handle it than .. .
what it costs to handle the presenttax .
money and we will sure pay no L. L. TAYLOR . .
interest on it and it will at least 75 0
per cent of it stay at home. But now -
.... here comes the difference. It will ===
S take us 8 or 10 years to get the roads.
_ where by bonding you get them in 2 = AT THE MAKINSON 5 AND lOc STORE ;;
to 4 years,'but remember I iif you bondr twly''
l' you will be 25 years paying for"that '
20 miles of road, where if you stick ;

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n 'THE VALLEY/ GAZETTE FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916. ::
PAGE R 1'' __ ____ KISSIMMEE" .
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I Crawford, Will Mason Tiller,, Pratbr SEARS, ,'j:'


; t$ Society Notes, <& ii iiMattle Lupfer Gilbert\ ,, Grant Murray W Overstreet Baker* and,. Dewey Sam COMING' HOME- TODAY : \ :j'' :: '


t Sumner.. 41 >I :

( Belle Harris, E Uor.) ,', LEAVES WASHINGTON TO BE !j

'GRAYSTONE CASINO is mmE TO 'ATTEND TilE .MEET.,+/, :

of the Gazette to tend iteni .; OF THE STATE> ASSOCIATION
Request h made te. all patrons Valley ING I ( \ i'

'for these columa.I BEALL AND. TO. PRESIDE ,
I of Society E"fab'to the Editor publication in RE-OPENEDJY I t'
OVER TilE BANQUET OF THE j
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I I I 0 0 I I I I I I 0 I 0 I 1)+. It I 0 0 . I a I e I H 10 I 0.0++ Tim Graystone Casino was re-vponr EDITORS. j 1:1' :

and with the Worhyne ed yesterday afternoon and ..evening :
THE MOTHERS CLUB to be present join ; Congressman W. J. Sears, acordt /! I
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There are several questions of im- \ club' in giving a warm welcome and will hereafter be opened'every log *- the Times-Union'of Jacksonville I '
the visitors. Mrs. J. M. Willson Thursday and fjaturday afternoonand I
portance to be considered at the regular ( to is leaving Washington,.today tocome ,'
Mr.s. N. C. Bryan, recording evening. Manager Beall of what I
business meeting of the Moth jr., president; Theater, Kissimmee to attend the ] '
1 was formerly the Dixie had !
ers' Club which Will convener l at Mrs secretary. I metilig of the State Press Associa'I -
also taken the\ lease 1
EarJ\, Lupfer's )Ijome at ,3:30, p. "1"April" 1 J.: over on this ''ti'on< which meets here next week.1' |
j house and will show'a1\ the feature t '
c.oiTr : big -
14. Mrs |John. Overstreet, 'the ;" curs AWARDED there. .j] .Congressman Sears has been inI I| !

president, requests the attendance of 1 Quite B..numl.er of golf enthusiastsof pictures ': viled to act .as toastmaster at the {f

every member. Come let ur live for the Ki.miimmee ('Golf., Club gathered. III- has arranged for the TriangleFine i hun) <|iiet to l>e tendered the editors on ; :
Art in which the
the interest of our children.-Celesta ut the Golf Club Saturday night to pictures high- :| Friday, night at the Cruystone Hotel ;
salaried moving picture actors I '
J. Vripp Secretary' j witness the presentation of the cups j j'awarded I and, will ,show them exclusivelyat appear aid according? to this dispatch he has
"n for the' recent ..tournament.' 1I'll'l'te'Ihe: ' invitation. The dispatchunder )
I tho Casino.Yesterday ,
HLl'K: BIRDS 1101.1)iEE'I'I: (, ';The cups.were presented to the win-- I date of Wednesday reads as I
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TheIiniaIoha: :Net; of \BlueBirds l1eI'S--:\It.s. II. ('. Stanford, and Hobllullock afternoon and last night follows : I i

held its first annui.l: council -by the donor, Colonel Harry large audiences saw Dorothy Gish 1 ,
I-'or the first time since
and Wallace H.id' Old,) opposingri'imlulutes
lTM>eting at the home of- :Miss Violet. A. !IJunter, ,cx-prcsideiit of the cluli Roscoe Arbucle] Tn a Heidlcbergand Keystone entered, tit field, against CASH IS KING WE SELL FOR LESS :
Bullock Saturday April J 11, Thirteen and past I president! for life. ColonelIkliitcr '
com >dy, "Fickle. "Fatty's Fall." him, ( (iiiKicKHinun 1V..1. Sears of .the -
j of.he. ( ,girl toukahik'cltrliiifr( or\ WIIH nl\'j. more eloquent than : THE
'I"ulthlisll'it't.1 \' announced plans FAMILY STORE
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:Sntn day the bill will be "The Edge
first, decree! and 1 were iiWJirded, I the in rhis'l''h.\ .', of |presentation and l
the Tinicn-Union
"In correspondent' toil '
Hof[ the ,1thIIII'Y:
rercinonial i go'tun. Tluciretnunial, : orcouncil the ('up1'1'" fi'eli'igly acceptnl:I I liy Abyss." Roland ;
:\11'. Sears will homo Satisfies.
( Frank, :Mills andillvtd,1Gack': and .y.: Ka Friday, The Store That
( i one the winner.Ml in ;
niivling' / I"I veiy putty' \present j jnined ,
Syd Chaplin "A Submarine Pirate nI'll i I !ti pUNsi'jie/ of the rivers and
and: 1 the Blue IliriN,, alf ki''y.ug| their blinking, / his health, froln the "cup in in -
," a ;Mark Sennett production, in h.11 Inns lull. Classy Shirts 50c $1.00 $$1.50 $$4.00 and $$4.50
motto by ,.I IIlVill!!. lirl"pHir. / bi f>n"l grow! "gi"lf'r I ale. The f\ening "a'p"t . ,
wlinli, the I'. "It ill l\ ," ,
:: S. :':alook pait. has Ijt-cn\ impo > l he said
ing. Tliev' are" !plmming for :i randy in |.lr;: :inl ciinyei"-ati) !""n nnd "g-ulf]
----- ------- "' think of leavingVa'.hingtnn l hef0. Jusl Received
a Newest Pattern Wash Ties.
ale mi :--iturd.iv: April XI It. The talk." I luring/ the evening/ drfrnti'! ,' I large Shipment
this time when thnv items
money toll he used-for I lie purpiiM-of |ilinwere made for; the. rooting nuxiil '' MISS CARSON RESIGNS were .
in the "rirers'tuul hailnns hill, of vitali They are only 25c.; see our window.
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liuyinr ft ;I'Mwhich try) \\.n iy I'aur-oni \\hiclt i is expectti' t t" jil
i 1 ii'i'i-t" l I" Kluridii. Jacksonville) and
heir effort.to. maintain: the motto. of tract no mall aninunt of al'lIlloll': :
the nest. and l enthusiasts among/ I the fi>lf<-i- cifthe AS CANNING CLUB HEAD .Miami: are deeply concerned' in this Palm Beach Hats for sumrner,,wear . . . . 50c t
'bill nod (' 11111.1.-'FIt.lIV.. ; city.I.KMMT( Lion Brand Shirts Knox Hats Sweet-Orr Work Shutsladies'
} s >F v :\11' An u- )1'ivaii: Caicon' has reigned 'In !>1."I..t.tilt', St. Johns, the Indian
1'.S. ('."'hill. i'f Ki sinunee I'i.ik. .
; \ : is'IIIt'I't1NIDMI : : : : ': ;n u.il i (th! KK-imme' *' I livers" ID my ills
-' In i o";ition a ( aiming C'lul"] "
and l :Mrs. Kmma: Traci-y) of near I leer" j ,
1 1,1.I."In Men's and Children's Shoes
: "F.lla; :May (iilbert; and ): IalIi. ngeiit i !' ilsn-ola' county. Her. resig-i ,
1'nrk, wren manned I 111,1.dll"d"y\ mlditiiin to this, I hope to
> \Ii! nt the home of. County Judge' T.1.: Experienced Fitting p
'one a of Key West harbor
(tenses Saturday< teeing! enlct1unuugl' I :MiAgnet 1 Kllen: ) Han, i is, of Tnllah.issee "I'\w.
Murphy ,in tlv.presence, of a large the members of the Se'iior, KpuoithLeague : Stale Agent for Home F.ronomu idd, one for Ono"hohatchee river. We have the Best Hosiery for Men, Women and Childdren
number o'f friends. of I the )bride and
y. at t the home of the former, on I --, spent) some time here this "In the |'iulilic l>uil
f groom. After the reiemony the wdding :\laill.t",1.! week making' arrangements to secure In "i'ii i f the utmost importance that I Iw.itih TAILORING DEPARTMENTDry
| party went to Kissimmee Parkby the (Orlando) item, and there
attrartiu'lden'I is
The 'looms wore ''a successor. to :Mi-s ( 'al'.IISh,' has'decided
)boat; amt a reception was held, at mated with, flower1roses :il-n. the item" of $:.II.OOI( ,( for, thV erad- Cleaning Pressing Repairing
cut ,
!
)predominating. to I recomnie.ul :Mi.-s Al| >ina .
the home of Mr. and 1 :Mrs. Sayres.Mr. > .
ii..tinn" of the citrus canker Price
The time pending Application
\\as Smith the on
spent
/ ] ,of It'al'hillf"I"/ '" of the
Cahill is well-known in Kissim-
quit| .informally, \\ ith, games, music i local] I high school, for the position ami 1 in the airi icultnral appropriation' liill."These .
tree, where he )conies each lay to a'le just few of the imp
anti contests. :Miss :Nina liratton it i.s likely that the Slate Hoard ofControl a MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED _
bring the mail to and from Ki'-"irn- I .
'
: rtanL matters which have
fortunate winner of the | kept me
wall a ') will appoint. :Miss Smith at
mee Park. His many friends here : in one of these contests IInd'II I'i7o\1 the nest mooting. here, hut I shall lie I> at Kissimmee on THE
FAMILY
will join the Valley Gazette in wishing STORE .
rated with a delectable I looking pie :Miss Carson's work for the canning April l.'i: at the meeting of the Florida

them a happy M *wedded* life. i! which proved to be filled with feathers clubs of Osceola county has been attended Press association. PEAKE & PEAKE

DINNER: PARTY 1 reminding the guests of the date. with success. She has hel'n'' "Kefc'irinir 1 again/ to the rivers and 116 BR'D'Y Ph ONE 291

,, fmt. More merriment liyrlxirs bill, I will say that my ,.disI|
A pleasant dinner party was given April was an untiring worker and the results of ..........
trim alone I has for 4t.
I projects calling
caused 1 when mint
Wednesday 1 by Mrs. S. H. Aultman, u dainty punchwas her \ytnk were well shown in the exhibit -
"
expenditure $4t,0W.! () ( .
assisted : served which was stiongly/ ] flavored of canned goods at the South an ,
by her daughter Miss.Eliza. II -- -- ----
--
l with table salt. This followed I'I As this is the first time Florida's
beth at their attractive home on was Florida Fair in Tampa and the Fiver 4S{wW68Nntiv ?:"i:.< :-:-rh W ?CMM+....x.xx"'OoXoOto ->
newestconpressm'an! has bees home
Broadway complimentary to Mrs. 1 by a delicious fruit punch. Theevening (County Fair in Orlando Most: of thecanned t
closed with refreshments of I goods on exhibition at these -nice he entered the house he willilouMIcss H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY
Fred Nobles, of Live Oak, :Mrs. E. I L. i
Pherigo, of West Palm Beach, and hot chocolate, cakes and, ( fairs was sent in by members of the receive u warm welcome FLORIDA. "T". Land of Enchanlmtnl. /. Btini MOT. :1.:
Miss Mary Phcrign, of this city. The I Mis. F.d.I Lancaster:! and 1 ;)'Ollf..diorl"'j running clubs. At Tanipu Oseceola i vlun he presidev over the I banquet] of ..t.,: Rapidly Developed Than Any 0"... Stale in ",. Union .5-

occasion also celebrated the I birthdaysof Thomas assisting the hostesses in county was awarded) 1 the diploma] for the newspaper\ men. at Kissimmee. ,I I =? BREAKER & BARCLA Y i

Mrs. Henry Aultman antiIis": serving. I the largest and best exhibit of this I
Each guest was given a slip of paper character. Real Estate and Insurance ; ",1'Kitsimmee '
Mary Pheripo, which gave the eventan I : PAY YOUR DOG TAX IF I IYOUIOVEYOUR"FIDO" c ; :
added interest, The guestsin- and told to see how many words Fla. 1 JPr "?.
eluded Mrs. Henry ..Aultman,. her they could get out of "April Fool's 0 00 ..,..,. 1:: J. JU. COOPER, C/ rlt. C.. ,0 0
.
.0 ,
Miss Nina Brattoh
Day. won first
cousin, Mrs. Fred Nobles: of: Live POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT ** Oak, Misses Mary and Rhea Pherigo, prize, -feather pie, which causedmuch' 'j'. -- .

and their sister-hl-law, Mrs; E. L. excitement when cut Miss 4ficrdw'rb. { }G.Y4 i04ww { 44:" If you love' your "FUlo! you't bet o .
+ 'M9 + <
-C"M->*<-<-< >>99HOMfr Ethel
.J Pherigo of West ;: .dilbe received rithe consola} ter with Marsha) Over.
PaIiBcach1jjKISSIMMEE
,, \iAnotherscontest FOR COUNTY SVPERINTENDEN'rStanding : get busy l.
"' "' I'f!' tion yprliea'9w'h( stle : | )
'; "1\ ; 11 strsetj who is -also the tajf F: 'collector 'r''
WOMAN'S CLUB was to write 'thirty word de- Tor the city. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE -
Plana have been with the of upon my record duringthe '
completed scription what they thought
was {
; dan tax b i : now due and I
exception of some minor details for in a box on" the table. This caused past term, I wish to announce to payable LeI us insure Life Health
and unless and your
the ) you pay up j jtug your your Property.
Democratic voters of Osceola
tho' informal morning reception to be much merriment when the I
he's liable to he
dog missingone
given by the Woman's Club next Fri- tions were read. Dauity deSl'riP'1! county my candidacy to succeed myself your of these days. You'll find him in Information in regard to properly for .

day morning to the visiting ladies of of hot in the office of County Superintendent sale and
ments chocolate and the pound l and l' th..n' you'll hllto rent cheerful.y given.In .
the State Press Association from er\ed. The of Public Instruction. If you
hostesses
) were assistedin '
10:30 to 12 o'clock I setting by Mrs. G. W. Persons and believe that record to be"a good one, come across ty'thc with tax. a pound l fee in addition addition, to fifteen other good companies we .

Through/ the courUsy! of the Hart Miss Laura Thomas. Those presentwere I will appreciate your vote and sup | Mai/ha 1 Overstrcet, has asked the I now represent the well known .'
Memorial corporation and the Frances I ;Mrs. (iilbert Mrs. port at the primary, June l lh. '
I'I'oer.1I's\ : .
Valley Gart4 I, to 1 I this warning : HOME FIRE INSURANCE
issue f <::0. of.New York
'c. E. YOWK1.L.FOR : ( '
Willard Chapter of the W. C. T. Ed. Lancaster, :Mrs. Persons! -MisxeH: i :
to the public and I declares that he i
)
1].. the Hart Memorial I building! has Laura Thomas Helen Bass, Helen I ITo will enforce the 0) (bonnieon this, | f X>>. G. 76T.IE .. GrNERSecond : : '

been tendered to the Woman's club Jones, Ethel Cilln-rt, Cecelia! OveTstreet I CLERK OF COl'RT
subject at o1ice. floor Citizens Bank Eldg. Kissimmee I : Fla.'
for this occasion. The members of Ruth (Clark Elsie Norton, Sarah the Democratic voters of Osceola j t I :, (

these organizations as well as the Claik, Nina ISratton, :Mabel County: "' ->+O--oO<' ..:";":-x-:+ ';ooOoo.-oCooo < ", >Oo
,
.; Mothers' Club, are cordially invited ItI\'er II''et.Ou.da. Malloy, ;Marie GilA Thankingyou for your kind support LARGE CROWD ATTENDING -

I ) in the past, I hereby announce !!

''I myself as a candidate for reelectionto j REVIVAL MEETING
the office of Clerk of th ii
( cult ,
I (Continued 'from Page 1))
Court of Osccola County at I the I Democratic ) '
-- primary, June ()th, liH'i! '; and 1 on Tuesday afternoon there were lJYI j
I count seventy-two girls under h-
/ cni
c: 4 earnestly solicit your support. If re- ten This difference bus hen l shown'' NOW IS THETIME -

i elet) ted to the office I assure you that throughout/ ) the mefti.itr. There i i-- a

t II 1 will give you the same fdithful andunpartal reason. For several year1the men
service that I
have endeavored
' I I who contiol the ImMiies.s and l political]
1 to in the H
give past.Very"
I liftof the community, as a whole
respectfully TO SPRAY
I have taken but little interest in the
J. L. OVERSTREET.
it i-
: church or religion, many ignoring ,
t 'Ti that side of life altogether. How- 'J

\ FOR REPRESENTATIVE ever they may have talked their life "

To the Democratic voters of Osceolu has been square, against the religious ,: Let us Furnish the materials

County: | interest of the community and it is'

; New Food- I hereby announce my candidacy as i'the life that counts. The boyhood of

representative in the next Legislature -I the town has come under the spell We HaveSchnarr's

from Osceola county, !subject to and the Sunday schools and churchesare

1 j A New Smile I the will of the Democratic voters in failing to reach them. The grain .
4. "
I the June primary. is ripening, the harvest is not far o\f,1 Insecticide Bordeaux Mixture

Having served one term in the) what shall it be and who will\ be responsible -
A smile of complete satisfaction follows the first Legislature I feel that, if elected to ? The luke-warm membersof ,

taste of New Post Toasties-the superior corn flakes serve again, I will be better fitted to the church and the unchristianmen Paris Green

.f made by a new, patented process. consider the various measures that of the town cannot evade theirresponsibility. Lime Sulphur

come before the Legislative JJody. I They may refuse to \

These delicious new breakfast flakes are featured by I will appreciate your support, and accept it but it is there just the same

V the tiny' bubbles-raised on each flake by the quick if chosen to fill the position will serve I and an accounting: will have to be Arsenate of Lead Pyrox '

"i intense heat of this new art of toasting. to the best of my ability.N. I made. Strange 'isn't it that a man

C. BRYAN. will help his neighbor raise his cattle

The New Toasties are not "chaffy" in the package; I and hogs and by his life 'and influ-

don't mush down when milk PROSECUTING ATTORNEYI ence damn his boy ? Men of the
they or cream is added, We also handle
j '. like common "corn flakes; I' and they have a delicious hereby announce my candidacyfor I town, I have looked down from the a full line of

prosecuting: attorney of the Coun- +I platform into the sweet-facei of your

new flavour not-found in corn flakes of the past. ty Court of Osceola County, subjectto 'girls and my heart has ached! when I GARDEN SEED !!

f They're well worth trying-these the action of the Democratic primary thought of their future if you do not '.

!. ., of June'6. I i I save the boys. For the most part the Ii

W. B. CRAWFORD. boys are not to blame; they would be
.. i la. good as the girls if you had only PHONE .--

NewPostToasties Dr. Holt returned from Hastingslast set the example awl given them the 1 PALACE DRUG STORES

S week in time to fill his pulpit.I right kind of help. '

Sunday. The meeting at Hastings I I Some of you are kind to your wives SAM O. RAGSDALE. Pres.

.. 'Sold by Grocers everywhere. was reported to have been a great re-i and love them; providing every 'com .

viva] I.fort in material things,, but you are ..r

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FRIDAY APRIL 7, 1918.
THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' CAZETYITHE
AGtI' ..T ,-. '

KISSIMMEE: ,VALLEY GAZETTE Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Graham and .Mr.. and Mrs. C. N.;Paver, and Miss *j A. M, Donahoo: ,.J. A. Boote, J*. M. Amos-klaar, of the Windber, Pa., -
a 4T.l.phoa. No. 11.) .Mrs. C. E. Jenkins have returned to M Keller who )have been spendingthe Sweat
Henry MacDonald and 'G. W. I Era, who Is making tour of Florida,
Published" Every: Friday. By. their home in Cherokee, Iowa, after winter here, left Thursday for Gamble of Jacksonville, where they was a visitor in Kissimmee .Wednesday -

W. IIAM1US *. tO. O. VANS AGNEW spending the winter, months-n this their home in Cincinnati. are all connected with the Gas Com and called. at the Valley Gazette '

city. ,J. R. Winston, of Washington, D. pany, spent Tuesday night in Kissim office. Mr. Claar was very much 'i

,. ''' X--**0-0****"*+00 !Miss\ Mamie Wilson, who''has' been C., a plant!' pathologist in the Agricultural mee, while en route by automobileto I pleased with Kissimmee and believes I

the 'attractive guestof'MlssM Lottie Department, spent Tuesdayin attend the meeting of'the Southern that the city has a future before! it., n $ ,

i | Weather Report -and Lola Lawler for the past two the city having come hereto'make Gas Association l in Tampa this week. :I e ..
George 1 10x..a prominent attorney
months, left .Monday.for her home in experiments in the .matter of the They left .early Wednesday.'morning i of W. !
Knoxvillj-Tcnn.
returned to
Nashville, Tenn. control Of diseases in' .citrus fruit C. J. Green left Tuesday for his ,
his winter home in Kissimmee Saturday .
'
.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bourner tl' es. home in Bedford
Ohio after spending
1 rer from three weeksC t
.. Following: are daily temperatures j a trip to Knox-
alt 2. and precipitations as reported turned to their home in Newark, The residence of John Partin in the winter months at the home of yille on legal and other business, That

.. by Government station Ohio, after spending: several: monthsin the Partin settlement east of 'the city Mr. and Mrs.\ T. P. Fouts, of Broad !, Mr. Fox is a believer in' the future

t' at Kissimmee for the week ending Klssimmee. They were located .at was entirely destroyed by fire Sunday way. From Jacksonville- he.takes the growth of this city was practically I

.. ( Thursday April 6th: ,the home of Mrs. T. W. Ellis. at noon. The house caught fire-'from boat trip to Baltimore, where he will i''demonstrated when he purchased the I
...
Max. Min. Rain I Ji. T. Burckhalter, who represents' a defective flue while the noon meal spent some time. Mr. GVeen is a rcg > beautiful residence on Mabbette :

Friday __ -i. 80 50 i j the Tropical Oil 'company Cleve r'all being prepared. It. is understood ular winter visitor in this city and street, which he now occupies, and he bArnI4GPOWDER

Saturday _u':' 8Q 50 lard. that Mr. Partin: carried insure his many friends will anticipate his has recently added a piece of rental

.: Sunday .. .. 8S 53 part of this state, spent the week ance which will cover a portion of the return, next fall. 'I I)property to his other interests here.. '.

.w. ..... Monday __ __ 80 68 end with his family here. loss. Charlie Regero and Anson Rexford Mr. Fox expects to remain here for
Tuesday _. __ 84 55 1
Wednesday .. 86 57 Mr., and Mrs. L. R. Carpenter have Harold Smedal, who is now employed returned Sunday from Gainesville, the next three weeks, then leave, jri

returned to their home in Lima, Ohio ] at the mills of the Everglades where they went to enter the State company with his wife, for Tennesseeto
Thursday ,.___ 85 60
after an extended visit in this city. Cypress company, of Loughman, Athletic meet held at the State Uni- spend the summer months, returning Absolutely Pure

They were so pleasantly located! at spent the week end with friends here. versity in that city. Charlie Regero to Kissimmee in October.
<-X- the Osccola hotel that they intend to Mr. Smedal has recovered from theinjuries also. nt(>red the state oratorical contest Made from Cream of Tartar
:-X"X+H+>""' ,..-":' hcltron
return hCJnt.>xt reason. he received in an accidentalfall Friday evening While MISS MAUGAHET KKEU: DIES I
at the Dairy la-tm here several Kissimmee failed to carry off the ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE

: I The Local FieldNice I IH :Mr. and Mrs Henry Ott, of Lancaster weeks ago. I I medal on this occasion it will be remembered Miss ''Margaret Reed, sixteen! yearsof. -f
New York who have been
I
Mrs M. S. Stevens of Nocateo, I' that the Osreola! High age, daughter of Adam Reed, of I
stopping at the Westfall house for L. 1 L. Taylor, of Sanford has '
paused through the school: has won three state nvadals in Alton 111.] died Thursday afternoonat pur- .
<_:" :-:''; :-:-' ''':_:_:'''-':-:-:-'-'':'':_ :_: :-:-> I the past week, left Tuesday for Jniksomill city Wednesdayen a period of four d1al ., route to Jensen, where her daughter ,,, years. the homo of her uncle, .r. II. Uce'd, ,
;.'. .. : store, and will close out this stockt
,
shirts
line sport at 'Gilht. l't's. ] Miss Howard Stevens who is I I Ml ". Duke Wilder, of Daytona, was I1c'nth'UR due to an attack of acute.r'sale Mr.

Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. ( William lioxnrth of Hebron\ Neb., principal of the schools] is' ill. Mrs..Stev.iiM 'the gi'est this week
E Drought New .Rivets Building. :SOtf | left Momlny for his home. His wife, I is a iclutive of ;Mrs. F. G. ) :She; left today for her hont'. night,: and two physicians Taylor has a largo! dry goods\ store
and it is his intention to
Head the "Itutcher Hoy's" sayingson fur whose health] they rune here, tins 'rjioma.son this city, and has many I While here she spent sometime with wet with her continuously until her in Sanford Kissimmee and j
that store to
page two. 1,0, improved that she will remain a fiicmls: here.Mr. I her ,parent' Mr. and :'oIl.... (Carl ..Ia.1 death.! !Everything: kn,"\vn to medical, move ,

I Don't fail t" take advantage of the month longer. I : and :Mrs. Frank Nyc Clem cobs, of i P lI'nlllh, India! who have' science was ,done to save her life, !but open here. up a modern dry goods) !store 'j

bargains aYJ( II.ert'" next week. ; ; bee*** tflsiting blrs..tarots') to 1,0, ava'l.' :Miss Heed came to Kis-
|I :Mr. and :\1. ". K. R. Smith mid N'ye and Miss Alice Nye left Wednesday parents '

:Mrs.: W. H. Harris was an Orlando daughter: !Miss Opal of \Vayland 1, for their home in Princeton, Illinois / 'slrI and 1 Mrs. Truxell who live east mare(' short live weeks ago with Mrs. C. E.: 1 Pueschal, of Madison, .'
. Io1 the city. will leave Ivr father, TVhi.. brought.. hx:,,re here in Fla., ninth of J. I F. O'Bcrry, who
visitor :Monday.Mrs. 1 Mich.\ .John Srnsilm of Jul'h'n.1(1)1.: ., after spending) the winter here I[ They Sunday'

; ;Mother, of :St.; (Cloud spoilt and l W. W. Howard, of Athens Ohio" at the home of Mrs. Belle Modi.: They I for !Pennsylvania, wheie they will th- hope of improving>: her health. He hits been visiting him and family j
I i Visit other' relatives! bi-foie left after n stay of ten day and it south of the suffered slight 1
WidiH-Mlay in the city. | were umongIhol'(' who lef. for their, will .spend it few days ul St. Augustine "returning city a
home' '''" Wednesday. en route home. I to /India. was thought that the\ t'limawa!! stroke of paialysis last Saturday w
.1. }E. Lupfer, .bu.inessisitor i ji
was a ,
having a go-Mi effect her health.
Upon The attack after -Mr.
l0| Orlando( >i :Mnmlay.( I i :'011'.' and Mrs.l '/DeWilton Ald.-rnian, John Schmidt, who has .been. connected led I Superintendent C. K. Yowell mo tai"- Til.body! was sent to her home, ac night. came
with the Roberson drug store to Ciab, ) Grass: school house. Friday O'Uerry had lift for a business trip'to 'il
I How about, saving! on your Easterhhopj and wee daughter, have' returned I Ito attend the eoinpuird! by; J. H. )Reed, on the midnight the East: Coast. Mrs. Pueschal "
closing exeieises of the
for time has returned 1 from
,
some just
ing do it ut lilbeit's., from a two weeks' visit with theirrelatives I train last night. )
,> ; you earl who accompanied, l by her granddaughter
school I wheie Miss Betty I'horigo tins I I was -
at Oke--choice :Mr.l :Marnn' Glf.(! ( where he has completed a
Fat I juicy and tender meats always City. I been employed as teacher.: The :Mis. Fred I Noble, has now
at the :Max Morris School of exir'rises -
course,
found at City :Muiket, ',..hl.n" 41. If ,\ld'lInal1'.i"h'I', Miss Th .Ima.I accompanied and a basket picnic dinner ('.\III! OF THANKS ,'('('o\'I''d so that .she i iR able. to.plan ;,
Pharmacy. Tlv.- enrollment of this wi-i.-
Born, tin Weilne-day, to ::It. and them home and will "Ise l We wish to thank all our neighborsand
to h.'r home tomorrow.
'I return today or
held a
elms was i-ighty-M'vo'i. :Mr. Schmidt' under the I beautiful oak trees .: ,
Mrs.; B. C. ;Miller/ a line oi.: their guest,: for some time.I Incur friei i ds who were so kind to us .
made iin average of !.x. per r cent ill the j j.1..u'"I.; and both' wore'largely
F.V.. Mill of =Narcoossee, was I a I :Mr. and :Mr.-. II.
business, visitor in the city ;\Iondll)'. I I I O'Iferry) and F.ine-t :Much were a | tinxihool.. ;Miss i !I'herigo's, sister, ', I"in'Ii"s; :Margaret: H.d.Ve wish |i' the old city council on Tuesday night, ,'1
.
R' (ha nller, of has-"-uger, wasa especially' to thank the two classes i if
Turn two and read putty leaving :Monday: f"I'I ten days'trip Miss ]{I"a. also motored down for the
over to Thomas
pure I Messrs. Eugene Bryan, Roma .i
; visitor 1 in thu) city :'olullda)'. lie the Sixth:; Grade! of the: school for I Itheir I
business :Miami.ia I'ort
what (the "Butcher Boy" has to 'say. i to came up to attend the meeting of the pleasant' event. beautiful floral and /Howell BaRs, as councilmen; *1

All lanes rut one to 2c per yard. F. [ Pierce.' Mrs.\ Seiver, willisit, i lelatives county commissioners and to transact W. S. Potterof Lafayette Ind., and !Mrs. J. II. Hood and tsabute.-Mr.I I IJ. R. Gilbert, as clerk, and George IOvers f
at Delray/ -fuit' reluming t
H. Law-son. oilier business in the city.' :'oIl'. I I who was It recent visitor "here, has I, tree t, as marshal and tax collector j

Reed's. Butter Nut Bread is just Kissiinmee.J. Chandler is one if the .best. known I. purchased: through J. I 1). Clark two FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH were sworn into ofTioe by jj

what you need. Try it.-15-2t I I 1)) Clark has closed, a deal whereby residents of the south, rn part of the ,i I lots on Clyde avenue in the Lake- The usual services will be held on Mayor H. R. May. Roma Thomas, l

1'. C. UuttorlutT of Jcffersonville shore Sunday morning and night. The pastor who was elected temijorary chairman, 1
the county and has many lends in Kis- i addition. Lakefront properly
....... Sam Storey, well-ynown sheep- j
raiser of the Narcoossce section, wasa 'ind.' ; purchased eight lots on Clyde iimniee ho are always glad l to see has been in active demand during the I III' A. J. Holt/ will speak) in the put forward the name of J. W.

visitor in the Monday. avenue near the I Lake :Shoie: addition. him. I I last few weeks as a result of the revival morning on the spiritual character\. of Thompson, who was elected president,
city I
'I :Mr. Huttorloff will erect a liaiid-ome Eddie: /Lancaster wio 'has. for a.,' of the talk about bulkheudingand the Lord's Supper, and at night on of the new council.! The council thenadjourned .t
Summer underwear for men, /SOc I"Let the Redeemed of the Lord to meet Wednesday night
Say
'," refcul'-'nre on the property.I number of had chj-.rge of C. W. 1 building a boulevard around the .
each, special for Saturday and :Mon. years I "
j So. at 7:30.:
day I at ,'<9c. F. II. Lawson. I I I : (C.: Pierre and *on are visiting Ward's automobiles, I l.-ft today for lake. Northern investors believe that .i.
her parents in Tampu. :Mr.Pierce Orlando, wheie he ha:, accepted; a po-I I I.i [I when this work is done Kissjmmee I

When you buy bread ask for Heed'sHutter the jolly, whole ""ul'oI! man- .lion i in the Overland A'"rJlle. Mrs. I II.anciitt''i1 will become one of the largest cities 1
Nut. 15-2t/
j' a"er of the (;Jraystone Hotel], foes to and baby will join him j I:' in Central Florida and a tourist coulter TheFormerly
Miss i Rhea Pherigo is assisting'Superintendent '' j second to in this of the .
later. Their friends here will jregret none part
i icturn
Tun)|>n tonionow' and will many 7 7 7 ? 7 7 7 7 ? CASINO
Yowell in his office I with his wife und son on: Sunday; to learn thut they will make j I' state. .

with stenographic work for a few :| .W. :M. Hutson of St. Augustine, heir future home in Orlando. i|I II I Among the recent guests at the the Dixie .I'

day I Mrs. E. R. Shodgrass, from New Graystone hotel are T. Ed. Bryan, of
arrived In the city Tuesday night, -BILL FOR NEXT WEEK Saturday
Mrs.Lancaster left Sunday for Altoona having been (called; hew by the serious York and St. Cloud, will be at the the wholesale grocery firm of Snow & .

;; I ,, ; Pa., where she will,,,visit her' illness of his mother-in-law, Mrs Park hotel, ground floor, Monday; Bryan, of ,Tampa, who was here call- MONDAY

'J "ds'ughter'Mrs'' N'; U. Miller for eome'"time. 'Aljf" K]" : 'Kochender( er; :\\M I\i"t son, tlpriLAl0tth.! .' Ilasf'a' :stock w of- art ing.vpnthojcustomers.! 1 ; E. Butler, A MODERN SPHINX-3 reel. Matinee 3:30: P.M. 4.'

has l>&&n, 'with1her' mother ti past need ework.an'tiafT, to, -,08e, out formerly- ronnectedjtjwith>> the! Palace BOOMING. THE BOXING .:
ieclal, ..': .... J "'. :" drug store*,'who is connected with : BUSINESS-I
ForSnturday'and'blonday? ] + two We"'e'a"tMiss r '{[,h p i fob Easter"Yours-;" gale 2 pow reel. Night 7:00 P. M.
prices, $1.25 shirt waist!' at ((1 I>se.< F. H. to 4 p. m. a wholesale drug house was a guestTtnr.day. 1
Emma and Mattie T '-o'1. of
'' Mrs. C. K. Denig) of Narrooswo :TUESDAY
Lawson :\11'I mid :'olr. A. of Fruit-
Nal'('gossee, left Saturday for He-) llopson Five Reel War Feature8th
and her siste. Miss Aline
-Frank Shortall is sperdingome I Land where they; entered, :Stetson;! land, Iowa, who spent the winter Grossman; of Columhui% Ohio,' w're I Episode GIRL AND GAME 5-Reel Feature
time here from Oklahoma. lie is. Quiver.-ity to take the normalaura.. here, having rooms with :.Mr. and ;\11'.1 .

Flopping at the )Park hotel They were accoiiipani-'d this far, by II. 11. (Geiger; left this \\(" '1fOI' theirhome. guests Friday. F.\1.: Elledgc, u fish WEDNESDAY
; The of The
dealer' of (Okccc-hobeo! registered Fri I Edge ;
Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, :Mrs; W. '1'. their father, .1. C. T)'. oll. :Mr. llopson spent\ some time' day. OUTWITTED-3 reel Feature

Crawford, and ;Mrs. J. (C'ltdel -pent Philip Conner, of :\Ial' '-\ mile, Ono, Ibis year. improv ing the old Kolierson j l WON BY ONE-I reel comedy l\byss
(C. C. Huikhain{
of Cincinnati and
several hours in ( Ilia lido :Monday.; ,: spell, ( the weekend at the O)-. colahotel place, wliiih he purchased some lil11"a THURSDAYSOUL'S .
Chicago who has )been '1''II"ingtI".1'
o and expects 1 t to mo\e there seal I
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his foiiner I'l
ioi'd -- -
1lrs..1. J. C: .' 'on left Tue-d.iy for visjdng! Rob-I I fall t I.. hecome resident. winter :at. St. Petei-sbiiig. will be in J CYCI.E-5 Reel Feature
manent
i < a
Reynolds, Ga.! wherehe will! visit i cit lol."thUII1.1"" i iV a winter" I.j i i-j: /pel Ki,.nnnice next weekto pr-id. 'erial \ | I 2-Hccl Keystone
'1 :Mrs.-----J.) Farim.. left FRIDAY -*
dent "f tins city. :.MV Co'iner i i. 10- : r 'Tuesdayfor .
her broth"! .J. J.I (Cm -on and family. i days. ;\1... Iturkani ,is a man of
tinning north from 1 FtSti's.. Reynolds( ] (;11., where she goes to WHEN :THE LIGHT CAME 3 reelsPADDY'S Comedy
I I.J. much influence in Ihe hnuiu-ial world
At the Ch/1-tinn! church next Sunday KnuVtJivin ''spend, sonu- time with her brother, J. < POLITICAL DREAM
.1. T. liurcUmlter: ; ,
and will look over live field thoroughly -
o morning Mibjci "I, <(Sod's< Way Willium"and Harry .Arnold Kviiiiirelit : .1. ('a I'"on. The friends andoitiI. \ I while here with a view to making, 1 reel' A Submarine

a !Plain Way.'" Evening: "\\ Iwlt. Art J. :M- Mass and, Song Lender Lil I. Carson, the ,relatives and manvj nifcstincnts in this section. SATURDAY

Thou ?" : who ,, lends of :Mrs. Farmer hope Hiechange' Pirate
:Slapk'ton' iLFe "ludingIhe reial j j I LIFE'S BLIND ALLEYS
Paul Blake, who" has been spending \ at the :.Methodist bush, will of climate may improve her - I Reel Feature-
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: --X-- *< > I Play
health. Triangle
the winter .it the J'lIrlhol'I., left sit .ul Saturday on a fivhi-ig\ trip to j jKa a a FORD WEEKLY

Thursday fur h..> home in Lake OdeaMI I: .t Lakv and /Baggy! creek.The : .James/ G I.t Hratton and family! who '. LODGE: .MKKTI.VWOODMEN'S : a i I

" 1' Mich' ', ":II t'l'o"e of' Love," the 1 hi nt'.i- I have' been visiting their.JlIlI''lIt". :11 r. .;, _ _ . . . _ . I
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:Mrs. II. N. nl'aUon.for
the
White skirts$1.J.-: .. special, Saturday ous home talent entertainment In I lie j Land past I .cUSBEALTLFresh I I.n.
and Monday, !|ljc., .I-'. II. 1 Lawson.Grey given under \tho auspice of the, I j' -I ixvecKs, returnd: Tuesday morning i ( ( \): ; ; CIHCI K:, 1'hn1kaliga .' ; .

skirts SI.Ml Sat- ''I'hl i.tll11 church has I>.'.l postponed t., t their home iuV..."I Palm Heach.Mr. Glove: ='0. <;.;, meetei-; \ lii.t, ) ,_ .
at special -. -..-' p -
the Hose of the rcMwl. meetings, I'ratton: will be associated with and) third Tuesday night,: :-'I\'lal\; |
urday and Monday at $J.-:!!;>. I hall
I now' in piugiess in 1111'I..lhodist: j his brother, {']aude. in tho dredging meetings second and fourth Tuesday* ,
!Mrs. W. T. Crawford l .and two children church. !business.Mr. afternoon in Fraternity Hall. b
I IIrs.
of ('Cairo Ga.; ale the guests of I :\ Fairy Rexfurd!, clerk]
:\1 I, and :Mis. L. R. have
i Carpenter ahd\ Mrs. George O. Dean, who
her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. J. :M. Gardner Mrs. Ollar, Guardian.
and othem relatives.Mr. j returned to their home in Lima, Ohio, have a winter home in Kissimmee I Ir Vegetables, Eggs

after i an extended .visit in this city. left Wednesday for Nashville, Mich., ......
and Mrs. C. II. !Moody arrived They were so pleasantly] ] located at where they will spend the summer, and Butter

Monday from /Los Angeles, Cal., to ,!j.
\ spend two months with the former's return here next winter. I I Dean, their daughter, who has been I We have added these articles to our line of

brother, James :Moody, of this: city. I Giant Baker, who nan been spending I II visiting them also left. for California, Electric Lights
FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK
Mrs. T. M.\ Farnsworth who has I some' time; in Kirsimmeo. loft this I where she lives. Out of Fix?
I HAMS BACON BOLOGNA MUTTON ETC.
I
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for will
week Gainesville where
been spending the winter here at her lie At a meeting of the old city council -

country home north of the city, left ,I hit friends for .1 short time before"1r Tuesday night J. W. Thompson, Call Osceola Electric Co.C. Call Phone 209 for your wants

Thursday for in Poland S. > turning to his home in Shell>;/ville, chairman of the street committee, reported E. GARDNER, Mar. in these lines.

D., where she hetorne! the summer. I ml. that the cemetery road was

> I She expects to next. fall. Prominent among! the out of town now completed arid in very good House Wiring, Fixture CENTRAL: MARKET

C. E. Finch, of Washington, D. C., visitors Monday were Willis Chan- shape; also that the work on the and Repairing

who has been spending the winter dler, Commissioner Walker, Willie ditch Leading to the cypress swampwas 119 BROADWAY

here, stopping; at the home of Mrs. ,'Williams[ Frank Pierce and son, Aus- progressing. He stated that I

F. G. Thomason left Thursday for i' tin Pierce, all of Bassenger, and Murray preparations were under way to cleanup .

his home. While here he enjoyed a i'' Pierce, of Palm Beach. Clyde avenue in readiness for the --

boat trip through the lakes and the Mr. and, Mrs. B. C. Crumb .and Press Association.Mr. .

I Kissimmee river to Bassenger. II II grandson, Jack Crumb, left Wednesday and )Mrs. A. D. Page and children

,.. Drew Alvey was called to Tampa for their home in Mount Union, who haye been spending several GRAXSTONE HOTEL

Sunday inresponse to a 'telegram Pa., after spending the winter at weeks': here, left thos week for their

i stating the death of his counsin, Miss I their pretty. winter home on Mabbette home in New York. "Mrs. Page and ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKAUGA"

, ., Valeria) Phillips, who was killed in street. children stopped In Washington, D. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ,.

I an automobile accident there on that William H: Kempfer, of Dder' Park, C., for several days visit en route, .
r
, day. Miss Phillips will be remembered war a visitor in the city Monday, while Mr. Page and eldest daughterwent Is now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly the Mount Washington ,.'

x!+ as a former resident of this having made the trip over with Coun- on to Philadelphia, where she Bretton Woods N4H. and the Tampa Bay HoteL Courtesy of Golf Linlu offered pate by

city. ty Commissioner Young Tindall. Mr. will enter school. Mr. Page is a KiMimmee Golf dub. Many improvements now being made in hotel and ground

Bargains next week at Gilbert's; Kempfer U a,,member of the firm of prominent 'official of the General

an up-to-date line to select from. Our Hopkins & Kempfer, large lumber Electric company and Sne of the I CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

r f.,.fI t:' entire 60c line dress goods, 39c; our and naval stores operators in the large stockholders in the Edgewater I A

,t y t 1 entire 2kf/line dress coots/ 23c. eastern section of the county. :Farms, located near Kissimmee. -.

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PACE & R THo KISSIMMfE; VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL7, 19'UJ. r! ,j

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AUDUBON. SOCIETY MAKES( REPOR'T'I I I ANNOUNCEMENTSI

I POLITICAL j


St.. Cloud Department TO THE MEETING OF STATE BODYThe ., I r plNo ,


.. I. FOR SHERIFF* 2. I, have given my best efforts :
1' NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONJ>I<:lt CITY"" FROM OUR OWN -- I to the duties of this position during 1

The .local .Audubon Society, has' During.the'past: week a reward of and solicit '
I' term earnestly
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT; 11'0 the People "of Osceola County; : the present
the following report to the state $2.50 in gold) has been offered by Mr. I hereby announce! that om a candidate the'; support of'' the Dem cratlo' voters f! .

tiJg, of that organization. in. St. W. B. Makinson of this city for the I for, re-election to the office of in the coming primary+ f pledge my. tt

Pat Johnston, of Klssimhiee was a'I'' Goldie Groves; as an encore- she recitcd'"Wiirs I Petersburg. ,. ,I !best bird box made by a boy or girl Sheriff 'of Osceola County, subject .to self to continued conscientious\ service "'

St Cloud visitor, on Wednesday.Mr. Turn..d'InUl a Boy." Mr. To the! Florida State Audubon. Societyin the action' of the Democratic party at if again honored by your Ballots. '
decision be committee
and Mrs. C. J. Tutljcj) who : Daug-horty recited I "And Ills.. Name Annual Session "at St. >.Petersburg the mada by a the ':ensuing primary. My record is, WALTER BRONSON. '.,,'

have boon spending the! winter here, I Was'' William Mullen" and, another -The'KUsiminee Audubon' Society of the Audubon society.A before the people of this cOlntyand\ '
their little skit in .answer .to applause.Capt. "f.'ncl.slCreetInlCs." < word of tho tenement dwellersitht' KOK(
Mt for home in Woodbine, I invite the most searching investigation -
Iowa but will stop for a few davit I Farris suing very sweetly about "America !first" has been the pat- ,, II English sparrow Kissimir.o.i, has of it If again chosen I promiseto : SIIERU'I"J

at St. Augustine, Fill I his "Little, Old, Sod Shllnt)'." Thisbrought trinlic Krogarf of the' year. "Florida I II |Iu I number of these chattering, ,useless I use the same diligence for the conservation lam a ;(:: ''

Tho New York Veteiana tll!
lion met Tucsduty' afternoon, April4th sang "Bile that PoMHiim Brown" I /another line* of work. Let "Bird.. : \ to the business streets. On! future aa I have used I in the pli I
in Oak drove: Park. Eiirhty- I' Piano selection,' Edith:, Ilarrod. H'e.'I.c.t First" ben ilogan> for this branch of three (l'aHio'us. however a flock of i I Thanking for confidence in' election to be held June 6th. '
you your
Florence Vocal I theselittle emigrants whirled into', If elected lib this office, I pledge Iioo.. 'I.!
eight member were present uml avery rOading, EIlYl curried I solo I by :Mrs. Phoebe! 1I l'ew. assisted I In I. brief resume of tho year'swork our yard, lighting on low I branches of my hoiM-st f/ndeuvor to enforce the --:- ",
intel"esting I pi'onriam" was support) in the coming primary. SinrarelyyouiM .
tint Iby I IM I Messrs. DcJ'ew I ) Lynch and tioff. the Ji.imm..eHo'icty: wishes trees, With the purpose! of frightening I. II. INCiKAM. laws, with impartiality and lo devote .:

r". William: Ellis, who hits ]been Select reading Mrs. S. K.: Hill, I Ito fxt.-inl, thanks to the state depart-\ I them away temporarily, we ordered --- -- -- my entire! time to the duties incumbent 1'

visiting' her paicnt.s ;Mr.; II lid] Mrs.William "!.ifu'R a Funny\ Proposition. Ed 1//<1I'w 1- !Intent for the) leaflets for the children the collie dog to drive them off. Wit TAX i'OM.ECTOR upon the office . .' .

Jlu'dllfl', im ''Mas.-sachiisett'i: very ably riteI'I' IrishPhilosopher. (iml for the excellent lectures and bird l lie is alert and hecli'<'llt, und 'after C'I.llIliNHON.: JR. "

avenue, 'Ii-ft TIm; !'dllY morning for ." Declamation) by. :Mr. talks given 'hy the Held agent Miss 1111 ('1''i"'I' ,, the littlo sparrows) de- j i I I hereby'announce. my candidacy. -I I.'on----Sill'RII'1'Iw'ill : -- 1 1I

:Miami\! to visit relatives for severalvckeK WeiiJworth "Intemperance.' ) Char- .Isabella I (lo'odlTuc. which will have i led] their company was not.wanted, for I the ",rk.. '(If Tux t'ollcctor. of Osceola candidate for the
bea office
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after sketch by Mrs. Dodge und T'd-, lasting/ (effect the children both :and have never even ventured near\ ,
before<<1 Koir-|> to hel 1101 thorn ( I upon county, subject: to the J 1)etnrn \
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of Sheriff of Osceola at the
home in Kant Aurora N. V. I''holniComrade llendrix and Edith. :'tits. an educational/ as wel as econon i-. t th:- place since. | cratic I'rinllll'of: June Mil. I believe county :;:
: Appreciating affiliation with :'primary in Juno,. and, solicit the sup-)
our
violin and ,
Ilarrod entertained with cal feaUne.
Mr. n-id Mrs.. llarvy! Pierce leifveAVoilnosday / that I II m fully competent to fill
''' lur\lIh' I i the Slate Audubon Society, und the pint of the 11"I\I')( l'ntic'otel't't: Ifelected
: I Hills I recited
:Mrs. .
evening fur their (1 ionic* in''piano f \ .Tin.Kissimince society feels that this office to the satisfaction of the .
Salamanca :X. Y. !"The I Bud"l..f Mosc" Song 'by in a meager; way it hvlped in the bu- I Helpfulness' received. from ,i-ol.jt'ani--j] taxpayers and prolni.se, if honored'byI I will give my entiretime :Und ."s '

''malt' 'IulI/l..It., "Our) Flag i I" Tluro.'i ." xard< Kill, whcili came //I't' the Intluture 1.,110'1., this report] is respectfully' sub- alll'n't,,>!) (to tl..(' .Iul'i.-., of Ih ;ofTice.J.1Ml'S .
:Mr. and<1 ;\1/, Geurgoline! : , who | up your ballot*, to (five my best atUntioi -
: : II. SMITH.Hw : '
hut then winter home in our city, \ 1'ncli" Silas 1 n-id the Country and letters were ,sent f the KiM ( Mrs. ..lames :M., Jr.) :Minnie-Moore: -
left Wednesday morning to spend, t the 'om incumbent' upon me.I (O\.INSS: (; :
summer at Stevens' I'"int.Vi". Doctor," 'by :Messrs': Spainlling]\ and mulct\ Micit-ty, and \the influence ofIiprcsinUUivc Willson, Rcording'. Secy. ( Va I will appreciate| | your ul'l''I'1'oh' and 1 bcicby. an-iouiicc( u my randulacy

Mr., and :Mrs? W'illiarn1otr: who Wood, assisted, by (Comrade U"'II' \ :X. I C. Kryun/ of KI--; 1""')'.1) | \ I for n-nominalion' a> Representative/ '

son, with the violin and Edith lliurodat *1111""'"' saved' 1 the Itounty, which I ,..
)have 'passed a pleasant winter here. incs.nrily CU'KDOX! ) II. CI.AKK. in (Congi-" from the l-'mnlh ( "oiigri -
Aaliinble
for flesh
left for their, northern home in Salem the piatui. Song "Life on the boon! ( saved the li\is of many of diessing I ional lii'-tiict of I'Iitidn, subjecto
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wounds burns scalds old
rash
III., on Wednesday.W. ) 1 ".11\1.," Kd; DelV-w.) Thisl..>s -.| the three useful] and ,poorly paid tiedven is sorbs i FOIL rorvn)" : : : ji'Dci l (; I; I Ir ( tinni lion of lleiiKirralir, I'ri- .
Chafed skin MALLARD'S SNOWi:: (
must, excellent progiiini. Song/"' StariSpangUd I j"I"n: far as ran h be. observed) !mtill' I, I ,
N. (;larner has roll on': his. grocery inary' to 1 be held on June t 0, 1 I91II.!> I
I !IX1MKNT.: : ::: .It both and j
morn to M. \.... Law,,". .' Manner. Adjourned/ to meetuderrun : t-ctiiin the olilest 1 and w-ll a is healing. 1 r hereby" anmince my candid.icy: fOI'l -hull make itniliMt 1 a cnnipaign' as>
Price "i
antiseptic. 25c, .0.<) lid$1.UO
:
Item. II. C. Stanford. of> Kissimmcc. aifiiin April/ lti J.\1.: '\ u--i-fiil inhabitant of rioricfi has/ not i i'liiTii ( II ,re-eloct-iiin to the office of ('ounl \ the. duties of my officevill pirniit.
hottlv. Sold Osceola
spent several days this week in our Secy.Had. rciluci-d in numbei. and notu'with per" by Tharintacy. I i .1udg subject to the action of theDemociutic ] appreciate to thefullest extent

'' the --ame graceful independence! j I II I'rimaiy of June (ith'I' 111- ,
city. I \ breath" bitter.. taste, dizziness support rcmk-icd: mi- during the
and frci-dom,;, through, the "sky b1u,, !11)!)Hi.; T. :M. :M UK PHY.roit .
Mr.1 and Mrs. Achins lai! s, :Mr. and and a general, "n.o account" feeling) is lat priniaiy and, I sincerely. trust
Mrs. atmosphere' II' if ho had not been th HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TO -:
Clark motored 1 to Kenansville* on conduct lut'w'h as t'i nillita
a sure sign); of a turgid Incr._ 11ERB- I LAX ('ol.uc'r: m my
of both ridicule and
;; suhjct j legisla] .
1 continuation of
Saturday.
*-tnii-:
( INE: ; 'is the medicine: nef-iled.! It makesthe -
!\1r. Ingram and Henry i Lightsi-y ofKissimmee liter none, \ itali/.t-s the (blood] 11\, *' ,iliscussuni.Increase' 1'1'0 W J. SKARS.:
PLAY SANFORD TODAY (Ill<' ,people of O>reola (County :
in Bird Life.Tins .
St. ('loud l callers
wets Oil - -
r "' the bowels and lest Iol''s
regulates
a ,
In
camlidacy for
Witlnesday.Mr. / spring showm every yard! ofi :announcingmy' ( '
i 'fine feeling!' of energy and cheerfulness. rt'-electi to the orTiiv of Tax Collector
Lilly of Kissinuneo I in ,i Florida n greater number of birds. STATE COMPTROLLER
city on Tuesday. was our I'itee fiOc. Sold by (tlsceolaI ) than have Ix-cn soon for years. On) The Osci-ola High; School baseballdain fur O.scola County, I ,dc-Mie to

I I'ha inacv.ADVERTISED' 'the lawn of will meet the Sanford High; state that if elected I 1 promise to
IheI'ikl"s home
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Craig and : (Ifln
:School: team this afternoon at :3eclak give the same personal
supervision
those beautiful and! useful ferlherrdfriends
daughter Lucy :May Cri'ig, left Wednesday i
;
: LETTERSAdvertised
I do /, in the first baseball game of I Ito the office as I hadOlle hereto'fore. \ ,
not themselves
confine to
morning for their home ait
: tin season. The game will start '' . My record in office speaks for
Uniontown rllhlt) thiough the air) they IM-.
Pa. may nt t
list for the two weeks : promptly', at :.1 o'clock! anil 1 u good at- ''itself. C. L. HANDYFOR :. \
L. C. I Darst left hor his home in i Brett in mange 11I11111)('1": on the ground'
ending( April 17, I'.IKi! : .
iliince, is the baseballs ---- -- -- -
'' < expected/ us
Illinois Wednesday.Mr. Brint. I Daniel' ] ; HradU-y!< :Mrs. Crency 'r.nd on the house I"J-!some even for thc nationalti CXH1NTY: (IlIISI'IO-EIC) : :
s are hungry
and Mrs.\ E.; M. Warner left on ; Brailley, R. B. 421: I ; (',,11'1<. Jamew; venturing to the kitchen' table. -\ I To the n..mo..rlltil''otl.'rs of County -
Tuesday for their home at Chrislain- i fi--d'ng I board' i it:; always: prcpent and. port.Peach :
Carpenter) Snmuel'ussell; ( :Mrs. II. Harris has been putting his ( om.mi.i"lIet.s. District No.2: .., .I
burg, Ohio, but expect to return ::11. ; l-'rei'inan J. F. ; Gary; :Miss i Al-11 they do not neglect to accept the ho- t'a& m thiough hard! practice daily and I hereby announce, myself\ a candidate I

again ir\\\the fall. |' 1 buta, i ; Hunter, Miss Bessie; Jenkins, pitality. l'i beer that )he has rounded out asirond to represent district No.2 andsolicit F'v F's

On'Monday evening, the fiicnd.s and 1 II. ; King, W. C C.; Kirk :III'". Saiah K.; 1 Th" cedar wax wing is now enjo\ I a high school team as can he,1I''lltH'I.d the support of the Democraticotcrs I

neighbors of Mr. and :\11'f<. John. Mc- t:i Leiser" William ; Lundy Henry; leg the mulberry trees; numbers (.n1'cardinals in the stale. The local boys \ of that district.

Grath gav/j them n !surpri-: as they I Moody: S. W.; :McNeal.: :Mis. Ella B.; make flitting streaks ,i.fMTrl"t : will line as :follows I.g'I'O.I'at'h'r Ii. G. HANCOCK.COUNTY .

.urc going away this, week. The evening Simons, was pleasantly spent with music the \brown thrush and the mocker, "tillk""J ; or I'ronson : Jl'IM.K;
:Mozill; Wallace, Rush ; Y.'omans, Farmer first baseBullock
and conversation.: Thopresent were Hol>l'l't. up their old l time' enmity, each pitcher; : ; We are authorized to announce *

Mr. and Mrs Brown Mr. and Mrs.( J. B, B. Simpson, I':11.: :idttermind, eto own for his especial/ second, base; Overstreet or Beuter, James W. Lilly as a candidate for

O. Vreeland Mr. and Mrs. Mecks. ,. Mr. - I Itrysting! place Spanish
$ and Mrn. Cranston MrsHurtis, Mrs. I If you cough all night you get no quarrel has never been settled by a' center field; Lawrcnle or Jarrell the Democratic primary to be held f

((4j Voee.er. Misses. Eda Kppe: ; !ItfitteDfny { rest, nor does anyone erse in the /'decisive battle" and ::we are. hoping I i left Meld, and Bass right fi.?ld. I' June 6, 1916., . .. '

EV\ld'na\ ,,Harris;Land, \yEIIA Cran: house< v.\ Keep within r"a..h.a bottle, of; thutithe, (friction: between: thesefoa-'Jiisi; :. -,- -- -- FOR COMl\USSIONER I
"" iTS l\\ COUNTY !
uton,,Mr1.]( rtyllcnrY Epp nALIARIS; ; .IIOR1:11OUN1)I SYRUP el''d f-iendv will'c i ritually lmicomC '" ''. ,

Mr.' "'t"1fa| \ I.G'2lt.I 1!(env l Jiday.: It.tlf; (e.ta:fVfi then m TT'C*'n caayto. l ; stop I-JJ\em whenev) <<;2<<"II"!nA' :1 . 'u; r0] force: W :For 'Congress'jI ;lyeFourth .ifAtf\v ;'J'ji' t the'y ))'A'.solicltatjon'ofmyfrlends. ;' .jj'1'' '' '"'''T I ......

for .their home in ]lo"ston'Mass. : which causes'the'cough, it Nui.Torous: kind of wsmal iWCirds : 1
Price 2.r! !fiOe and SI.00 from our'northern latitudes hreby'announce'\ myself a candidate -
Mr. and Mrs Mays who lu.vc l been appears. per ( fly- :District
for County Commissioner from District
I spending a /,111'1of the winter here, : "oLtll. Sold l by. O.-ceola Pharnuicy.) cntchei.principally, ) have .p nt the E. P. THAGARD J
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< No. 5. If elected I pledge my-
left Tuesday morning for Jacksonville I -- '. - <'iiliicM a on.
I self to dis,\ of Marion County
FORREST LAKE( faithfully barge the dutiesof
Ril'lU1101l.1.'a.., and Washington BELLOWS :Since; the ]last annual im-i-tii ;r of
NO FIRE IN the ofHce. J. II. WALKER.
I 1)) C., before r-turning .o I their .( the Ain'ulion.,' society Ri-p. 14!, ;, an of- CanJiJft far

( home in northern Peiinsylv. nia. firedIM. (( (>It 0 reward for the "j riest ofSanford FOR SHERIFF STATE COMPTROLLERin

Mr. and :Mrs. L. E.. Davis and two FIRE. LIMITS ALLOWED with i \ nlcnce to convict' of any one I hereby announce my candidacyfor tht "....,

+ children and :Mr.t and y1 II",. John Kcl- I killing! ong birds." ThU I.as had a : the office of Sheriff of Osceola Democratic PrimariesYour

r ley who have been spending' the winter I in'I. 'I 1 ,county subject to the Democratic
i An ordinance was passed' \ at the b. i tl .1 .,' ''P.I, Ad"dnmesh. -Support Will R* Appreciated
at -St. 'loud and Kissimmee, ]IeflWednesday < i. i < 01 i. nybe 1 .' Primary If I am honored by thevoters
]last meeting of the old city council ' .-I I Liu'-, .. ,
morning fur their honve' ", l J of this county J promise to
I at Dumont Iowa.Mr. forbidding: l< the working of fire bellows ]- I I devote all of my time and energy to
--- -- --- -
in blacksmith within the I : - LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your
und Mrs. Tennis Shrigerland, shops the duties of the office and \to enforce; I

who have been spending some time ', lire limits of the city. Although this CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER! all the laws of the state without partiality Quick's Chill Tonic cured my

here left Saturday for their home at occasion was the first rending< of this and to the best of my ability. husband of Lallrippe and )Fever after

Mantonville Minn. i jordtnunce, the council appeared to be I L. M. WIIIDDEN. the doctor's medicine and other reme-

S. :anxious lo pas9 it, and it was read a --- dies failed." :
W. Rode wife and two daugh- --- -
J l trs left Wednesday morning for I I i second time and<1 carried stared+ by unanimous i' MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES FOR; MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD LULA C. ROACH, Drifton Fla. !1
It
vote. that theoperation '
their was Sold
I home at Brownstown, III. by Osceola Pharmacy 25c.
t of a fire bellows would affect I hereby announce my candidacyfor
M. I F. -- -
Barber who has l been spending -- -----
the insurance rate. I re-election as a member of the Napoleon decorated at least seven
the winter in our Wonder City "Dodson's' Liver Tone" Starts Liver .TUIIP, tonight!: Your rIlJli.t! ( !:i ir finalorMllti
I' .Your County School Board from District. women for valor in his time. .
I left Tuesday morning for )Iii)! home at J Oil A ;>0 cent l liolt" It' of 1ocl..III.8 l | J

Ii( Monteviedo, Minn.J. i IT'S' FOOLISH TO SUFFER Better Than Calomel and You Don't Inrr 'I on*" \ij! ml,T ,inj 'fuTHfiiml I tniinoy- . -- .
Lick fruatitnt!' Hint 1 rush HJmanful ill ---- ---
: Lamson has sold his property on Lose a Day's Work cIttintitir; sluggish ]liver hem tcr tlmn, a
I Illinois avenue and left Wednesday I (t,""* <-f hiLHtv:. calomel( and, I till'' ,it non't

}I' evening for Neligh Nebraska. When So :Many! Kissimmee PeopleAre stake you sick.lio(1sun's . .
Liven sluggish] liver Feelfine
Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. S. Cooper who I Pointing the Way Out. n u1) up t-tu-your-i fill : 11I1110."r work a ] I.ivor Tone> it. roltl. )liver
I IIIrv111.1111/ \ou'll I know ii ,
have passed! a pleasant, winter in our pIisiKiiie.(. Ix- tigurous i auld full of mnhitiou. i iH\t nioriiiiigUTHUHI' 1 Don't
.
will wake f".lintill. ', Expose
( . \oii up
,, !Hut tulvino tiiiHt.t. 'bin 1 : rtcalumet "
midst for their You be brave stand ; ; .
Wednesday home may enough lo your titer will I In working : ln'iul.u'lii1mul ,
Ix-raiiHt-' inaki-ti siikyon and
t ; II at Toledo Iowa backacKj or headache or dizziness. may 'IOMu lay's work.you li// ;iiu-Hs' J glue ; htiMiiuoh will I In Your Diamonds

The Veterans Association was call- | Hut, if, in addition! urination is disordered i'ulomi-l. in int-rcnry or (iiiiiktiilwliiili I"'1'1' street and, buutl. it-gular. 4

ed to order by President Kenney at ,. look out! I If you don't try ; CHUM'S ni-erimii: of tin\ bi.nCnlonH1 ..... DmlHon'H Liver Tone in i'ntiriklvrf. .' II
( I crttHlH-R into sour biUilyiiHiintr I like talilt. tlu-rffnit. 1 1'11I1"1414> and ruin, n..i t
} 2, p. m. Saturday! April 1st, 1910 All to fix your sick kidneys, you may fall breaking it uu. 'Iluit'ril, I"." "I"ut) ( ;.ii i ,' it to >mir oliil'Irt'i.Millioim ,. t to the risk of fire or theft by tearing '

united in singing America. The I into the clutches of dangerous disease yell f.l, l that it" fill imuiu-a ii iii l "lllInpiIlV.| i of p.nple} )'' !ur"' ;lining/ DiMKoii" r ,,_ sin t them at home when not in
Chaplain offered prayer. Song by the before you know it. Rut, if you Listen to nit-! If > on Aitiit to enjoy l.ixiT.ToiH' i iltHlrntl t tlf dangrtou. i'ltloilltnow : lMI "( 1 ute. A

i choir. The minutes' of the last session I live more carefully and help] your the nuM-ut; (."-ntlit, liter and l 1 ,w..1 'mlr.1o ii;'x'Ht' will t 1.11 >".1 tUi4 '" place of safety for them as well as
'' cleansing! )uu ever 'ixMriuiinil| lust Like t the> f.tU tif Calomel it> uliuuet: bltppfentirely {
were read and approved.' :Mrs.Wentworth kidneys with oan's Kidney Pills n 1
4 I a "powIld of harmless Vu> IWU'1I Liver hero. your other valuables, is our Fire and
reported/ the loss of abreast you can stop the pains you have and .. e 2 ,
pin made from a half ,dollar; I avoid 1 future danger as w-t-11. Don't i iI I I. at 1 Burfl.r Proof Vault.
'
i
finding it will please return experiment-use the remedy Kissim-
anyone | : Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. M. Bryan Viet Pres. J. L. Barber, Setr.lreaVBryan I
same to her. A collection was taken" mee -peopleare pulilicly 1 endorsing. I .. y Safe Deposit Boxes for rent, $3 and l 4
I for the hall. Captain Johnson offered Head this case: I

to giv? 10 per cent of sales] from ( Mm. II. Riever, 316 Church St., $4 per year. i

1; his book to the (;. A. R. "hull. | Kissimmoe, says: "My: kidneys bothered -

71 The following program was ren- me for several months and I had

dered under the charge of :Mrs Davies such dreadful backaches that it was I "

: only by sheer 'will power that I kept I 'i

National music by Schofield Stewart i on my feet. The kidney secretionswere .
Realty Company
;'; .- and Golf entitled "Life on the unnatural and most of too time I I

Ocean Wave'* Battle Hymn of the I could see dark' spots floating before Offices on Broadway Kissimmee, [SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS T EATMfiiTI''
:
A Republic, by the choir.Motto of the I my eyes. My sight was more or less "

+k, ''G. A. R.. by Mrs. Marskie. Mrs.'Belle affected. I u'Sed Doan's Kidney Pills I Opposite Graystone Hotel -- '

1 K Remington recited a patriotic I and it was but a short time before I I DIRECTORS: : ,.L11u
;f;: ''poem. She was applauded and read I was over the trouble. They seemedto I -

.. ;im piece entitled, "Buy at Home. Serlectionon << be just what my system required." ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON

vftfe, violin and piano by Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't "p

: :Meeir: Audrfat, Schofield and Miss simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Orange Groves Timber I ends We Pay Taxes for Non-resi- F. W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. W. GUSTOSforvvrv

,J JEdJth Harrod. They did so well the Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Catttt ) __.... Cowitry and &dents end Act as. Ow_'. '

audience insisted on another number. Mrs. Siever had. Foster- /ilburn Co., / City Property Agents for Rental Property. .. .. ........ J

i ,'Recitation, The Blue and the Gray. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. I e J lCJl ::: :,.: ", ::::,C"J" : "", ,,,, f

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i' APRIL 7,1191&9, THE JCISS1MMEE. ,. .VALLEY GAZETTE t'S' ...'r

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'WRS. CHASM PEDEN in the sun and fresh air. In some . oo .a.O....

I cases it may be necessary V repeat : :
Ei'-'
Agricultural News Notes I this !thorough sterilization to- pet rid : XRAYFRF

GAINS 27 POUNDSTWICE , of the bac"terla. .I. '
injurious If care' U TQ ALL VHO CALL, UP TO PRILOOTH' ; ;

FURNISHED. BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA always taken to, scald and Bun utensils : 11' .
MEN:
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE little.or. no trouble will be had. .
EXAMINED AND 'E CII Get of bad
rid
your tyrnp-* "
TIME TOLD OPERATION WAS<: MARION COUNTY FAltMERSBEJLIEVE :\ : toms of nervousness by '

,ONLY MOPE. LIBERTY FARMERS GIVE some green :feed, such as. 'rape and IN LIVESTOCK .I. building up your physical) .

SCHOLARSHIP ,FOR CLUB BOY cabbage. and mental t ir
Marion county farmers are grow : powers, to you
'....:..-- He l is producing and has found Rb3 fSS '
.''I have just finished my"third bottle egg ing more and more livestock every : may develop into .whal uninterrupted -
'. It was not a big'Institute,, but the that White Leghorns are the best for .
of Tanlac and have grained twenty- ; I year They are 'going.'nto' 'a 'stable :a: Nature l intends
farmers wcie alive. They ,, ere'ln.ter-1 j that purpose. lie doca not. receive business in order
: ,
I and as result X to enjoy
.a are obtaining
seven pound, was the truly Remarkable : ested in livestock and the. best practices fancy prices for his erg! He does credit. John M. Scott, ani.qial indus : life and meet with the

'statement made by Mrs. Charles) In general farming. They wanted ; average a few cents above; the mar trialist to the University of Florida greatest .measure of suc: ppN CASE H ,

_*. Peden, residing at 1 550 Mill street\;, to 'know about the boys' corn; club !I ket price, but that Is no more. than Experiment Station, Is informed that : seas A Urge percent of

Huntsville Ala. Mrs Peden is one of work, G. L. Ilcrington, boys' club :,:-any one could doif he graded .and surfer l yr.
the banks men physical and
are extending credit to : i
the best known and highly respected, agent! for the University of Florida guaranteed .the product. Mr. Jacksonhas any i mental 1;
I good man who has the feed for producing :, ; anguish, directly r Y
jrotnen of that thriving little city, Extension Division, was there arid explained fund that it pays to furnish a livestock 'I. or indirectly because of .. tS E
OTiere' she has made her home for the work boys. product which the can ?? ? ?
a among upon market One livestock grower reports that :E Jack of knowledge, result- .i S3ST".ing e1 -- '

number .of years. i Then twelve Tel gla, Liberty county depend. . at least twenty-five car Jouti.i of cattle f:y. in' the various diseases below mentioned of which we. make

"When I commenced taking the farmers pledged! $25 to pay- the ex- were shipped out of. the section v!: a SpeciALTY

medicine," she continued, "''t] only i pcnccs for one of their local boys to :MILK. TROUBLES CONTROLLED around McIntosh and OcuJn this year. :it I"l'III." XI'I''I.\"1 It . \IlsiBAF1Mnnlh. Acute. and ChI'''",.... Are uccoflafully
s our IN'Ihn11M
.weighed ninety-eight ((98)). pounds; the short course at. the University )I I. BY SANITATION These cattle have been I finished.. for j :iI'; II.IKI.[ > lifusoN( On nri-onnl, of UK frltililful! tilili>ou..npi now I weigh 125 pounds, and never next fall. J. P. furler, land and immigration t. feed j or eiiiilnuUiim "I-i.InHIM, 'In I lu- .lll.ioil IH lh" win HI ..r nil dlaena|, :..... Our
market; on! produced in that st'j j tii-iilnii-lit" rot IhlH nwful ili-M. I IIK<- !lit vnrlol' 11"d. nil-ill led to .Ult Inclli" \
t felt better i in my lifeFor years 1ti I agent( for the' Apalachicola 1 With warm moist wcatli.r. will tion.. Corps silage and velvet beans \lilniil' .'><,,.'H and' .,IH i-iliim.,', I liv llu. heat' nf l.h\.I..II... . ..
; .tlit MKTlUHiH t : ;
,( have suffered with u bad form of Northern 'railway, offered $10 to the come the usual summer. troubles with comprised the ration largely.: Severalcars I i' of i fra-llna 1'U"I'iv. In lnfat'oa. I-M-I'jHM. m-lentin.,. eiinilnu|>i-liielil.to ux| x.q'r We enter are lh dunlrIIUK <> "-t>--
stomach) trouble, constipation und boy who would produce the best ten : milk. Blue milk red "bloody : t" tlri- IJ.-I.I' of flironii11.i. . "p.HI 'it, it. ami (" "11"II"lIt..oj 1
I or : of hogs have been mlI'kj'te: 1 from Mini' \\itneii \\, iii'ltiinu l.'ilue tin sup, i luis! in iotepaelnlly."Otto

r pains in. my aide and! back. At times cars of corn.11L'SINESS milk," bad odor or taste, milk that I 1 the same region. i I,j J!: WOMEN, DON'T SUBMIT TO THE TORTURE F" THE KNIFE;. ;
the pains took the form of torture will not clabber milk and .
slimy .
I untili.n '
I. \\.j'. 'hmut/ I. nut. ruiiHiille-l in-" II > mian, Its) enroll( wo can
and I wus twice examined and each : MEN ARE normal sediment in .the bottom of Twenty-four of the (022: colleges in I! .::I; rule' > 1u. (Ir teat. Ill t it IK '"'1 tliiu- fur I lie ""I'"OI1'.IIIIU.: .. .

q: time I was told that I had! appendi- BACKING: CLUB WORK: milk utensils are some of the I the United States are presidecl over
'' city tc and! that an operation would be bles that are prevalent.C. trou'l by women ,, .J I'!:r GERMAN-AMERICAN/ 1",1.J..ItWlr1TI MEDICAL INSTITUTE.

r my' only hope. I hail fallen off until More prizes will be offered to club 1.. Willoughhy,J professor: of -

r I only weighed ninety-eight) pounds boys this year than any year since mal }husbandry and dairying in the .:.: 304 ZACK STREET Opposite. Maas Bros. TAMPA FLA.

and 1 was !so weak I could 1 hardly get club work cyan Blurted., The work I University of Florida, College of Agriculture ij ':-:-:-:-.:" :":-:.':'.:-:-: :-:'.:' :" :-:" :..:- :.-:--:- : :..:-:-: .:-:- :-:.':..:-:-:-:..:. :-< .

mound. has been opened to peanuts, sweetpotatoes I says that these conditions, I ngS'TtIl :

"1 'had no appetite at all scarcely, I Irish potatoes, pigs and in I are generally caused by the introduc-I J&& I ------

and what little 1 did eat would cause some sections to Natal hay. Until this tion of undesirable bacteria
I -.
gas to Co i in in my stomach which I year the clubs were all corn clubs. milk after it has been drawn from I For Sprains Lai. eness. '

gave me palpitation of the heart, I Hereafter they will be agricultural | the cow. Hot summer weather is especially Sores, Cuts, RKei.'iialLm, I I :

kick headaches and a dizzy feeling clubs and wl.JJ l include the foretfoiiif I favorable to bacterial dev.I-j Penetrates and /ca&
I ISIOp
I Others will be milled interest I opment. Milk does not keep well Does Nature Ever Go
ulicnit the head. When these spells| crops. as Pain At '.)n'eFor Wrong ? '
conic on nit I would get awfully nt'r-I grows in them. I' during periods when thunderstormsare

,.ou,.,. 1 won led about myself until Iluoinvss men, hanker, l'aih'oadq.1| prevalent because of the warm Man and Beast .
25c. 50c. $1. At All /).."I"r3. 'I
commissioners school boards muggy weather that accompanies i
] could rent but littU' county j
It lie lii-licvi-il tint MhI doer, it"w
iniixt
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thi-m. When undesirable bacteria assumetluit
and"other I
"I 1 had fallen oT,; until I waalmost newspapers, farm -rs inIi-1
\iclufll-, and institutions are backingthe once gain a foothold they are persistent ; tin- iiii--iiiH' of minif-liino-, .-\ mid increnHiiig
'skin mid bones', and my strength and i: : LII1IM1TI1.r I t h t
energy were slowly leaving me.. I clubs.' G. I.. Hei'ijnirton) state I I and hard to eradicate. Some furl) ii"-tiniit! ) ; soil fertility that slur pinviiU'H: are H<> o.

d 11 dread. of the future aid. could club) accent for the Uni\eimty; of Flor-i| of t them form spores that will resist -- - riMrirtoil, . a 1* to lie II..I.] H except( ( \ ,t when great ex- .
ids Kxtension IiVISOi31 I i reports that boiling, and others ale, not killed by '
>u; nolhinghilt llu1 oficratmg tablelui j IU'IJ..t. i?; j oiie to ill 1II1I1.iug tin. st' n\ tiilnKle.l / .
below "oili.These ,
thenare least I.H- tempeiatuies
at foitr-four .s dH>
and) knife I'had hoi'
a perfect rur ofi| aIsn't
-hip, of $:2.r) each offered: this 'eal'.1 ')pores and, 1 bacteria get into I the small
III'' "". i.itiori" but(- bid made: up mynniid ': ::1
'I'IH-V.- holiiivhip* will take the ('I"'ksInti seams of milk utensils I I it more rc.-i-Miimlile" to l >elie\ I* tliat tiinn ]bait
that it ..MIeitliei' life, "I' ili'iitli, win'j '
and ]I'1..d' | t'> -uljitui, tn ,it. 1 had nets' to the -hoit .enure for, rluht I and,. infect the ivw milk. | \lieeti, on tlie wrunz track in tliis, nuitter of "soil fertilitxf -

hay- nt the I'imeiMU' xl full. In caseof double, milk utensils a Hadn't Nature ,
muds all/ 1"1',,: '' for, the nteratiikjl | ) at )| ) so often urosed( right that it .i

and talks on niMUr to tell>: Additional scholarships: will be offered should) be examined for any seams or : may he fairly concliulei] that 'sin,I', rather llian the "
uithm the tracks that might give protection' or
lu-st few weeksl'uiebre I
her good-by> a- I did not knutvl allow lodging for buctei II II I fertili/.er. e.\j >erts" is" to l I'e found tlie I liewt authorityNatursown 1
i whether I would live to see her again I t
: : counties and next year the or seamy receptacle I J'
licit. ;My sister ln-ggi-d and pleadwith .
or '
\pig clubs will make a I>tUeishowing_" should he replaced by a seamless! one, I i i""* lint ure's fertililer.! It is" n finely 1
me not to allow !hint to cut on '
'\ nu and tttld alt \iIH",1, tty a ,good I5o\ > la-mot, enter themuntil (they or at least rough places should he filled ground ntittiral jiliospliate.! : rj'lie pllCl"'pllOJ')] ] ) acid content -

tonic foi a .bile. The next iia\' as I have exhibited) their facilities for with'solder.. There, arc many Utl1hils THE GEM is high ami made leadily available for the crojm i iII
growing :and fattening the pitf. on the market now which are constnicted All Purpose Charcoal StoveMad
returned ft out' tile ," '""ulluuon' I'oom'. I 1 )' cultural: methods of up-to-date. farmers 111111| frtiitrowers. .1
The ,' club\ work i.s under :JtissAgnes so that there is no chance; of .
gill
1 j of strong heel metal will not crack
thought of what slit ,,aid, and MS I
Ellen Hams. Tiillahussep.M : the milk coming in contact with duty ot break Ij wllllo.l\h.\ wash,cook n meal" !Li: Natursown increa-: : crop yields" and i
hud beatd, so mutts about, Tunlai! : I de : I and heal your iron*. all on very little char- "
____ I seams or ," ,,'n e 1'11. I Iliijcct coal' No evoke no odor luiilds' lip/ !soils in the clay' that nature meant shotdd
I culi'il to try ,it as 11 las( H-SOII and
'. JOHNS OH'NTY) : :MAN' ) sunlight, is the most ( PRICE $1.50 1 1""ic done.
Htoji'I'I at dillxrt's( In-uir Store Mini 'ffidynt.j .
] rot Sale by all Progressive Dealers' t 1
i ;\1.\ Ii ES iMiri/rm di irfertai" t. The cjuis. '"
gut ii bottl! I til" irt.i-i-. I n.ul lout t 1'I Florida Metal Producer Company
-._ I I pa'l 1 should Ii'. lioiletl, in, a "11'ongIre {
heart .IIIt] hud no faith in the" medi-i 3or o EVERGREEN AVENUE The proofs are in our 1.
I lulu' years ought to be u )prtttjfood solution) fur" two 01 three hours, !iinseilin JACKSONVILLE FLA
rn.i'U''' u. IIM-C: siiti-i, I nude booklet. Let send oj
j my Send for out general catalogue u* you
t lost of man's to clean scalding water and ,placed out
< a ability> .suri I 1'"
tip| PI', iiiinil t to tul e it, anil, oh, what free copy. Write today. .t
with I If it docs not
heed i peultryt pay
a happy' day that was' for me : I. - -- I II
,iIn that time he will hi retired automatically
"1 never it'liirneil for the operation, I I
unless he has of '
/ plenty .capital. )
l but taking the Tu tlac.f Lakeland Phosplate CompanyCypress
just kept on i
I J. A. Jackson, a St. Johns I t
Right from the start \, began to. feel I .
county farmer ut Crescent Beach, has I Mr. Citrus Grower:
Ix-Ueri: The lJ edtdne seamed to take I] business I . Ave., Lakeland Florida -'
the four
been-in andiSf'fV'UHipfyh
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hold"rllht atnnee' klt I t, hurl soothing years For the time being we can supply you with ? fl. .. ....
: ; hin1'.: vfy; N;' ; ; : .. .' .-r, ; : ,

effect, sod Jriva"f fewyd y ll felt'nn. pain I MiA&i! Ty Spencer! ,\ ;"dist 1ctyagentifotsti 1 ;: < ;" .. .' /, . ... ...
1.(al1.yIiwas,;}i. t so happy over h wonderful ;; U nlyf j-Sityfof f Florida'!: |Ex tensloni! : Water-Soluble Potash ; ". .. i'-_ ti :.....,. (" . F -I ... ,

, improvement/in my, conu'ition> Division: !;visited; Crescent f:! Beach Poultry >,' ; :" ... """' "'c ""' ..." ,r. _. ""." ."". "', .w' ,.. 'P'''''' ,,.,, that I Rent for my iveijrhbors and ,
recently
farm und reports that
told them, how much. better I felt. I ALL YOU W.tNT \S' I LJ):XG AS IT LASTS
:Mr. Jackson has demonstrated what' .$
sent and got another l bottle of 'lanluc can b- done in Florida with poultry This is ttie most interesting announcement made in regard to ,

anil ht: \ &' jut Bushed, IlIki.ngmy Me usethe Philo system! which is extremely Florida fertilization since the beginning of the European war, I

third bottle and feel like I have been intensive. He keeps all his and it i is in keeping(' with our custom of being leaders in this in- I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I

made all ova again' into! 1 a new woman ,I fowls confined and feeds them. Each dustry. I .

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t < I! 'lint has only u few square feet of

""As. I have Bald I lufoie., I now weigh' floor xpuce.Mr. IDEAL FERTILIZERS I .

4 IJt| '''Jnds| :ni'ij: nij u 111 proveniuit h.isbeen : Jackson) buys all his feed.

I so lund; thit none of lilY clothes Wheat Linn' OI'II. outs and alfalfa: have for a quaiter-oenlury represented the best and most complete FURNITUREWE ? :

ale: \big\ enough for UK.. 1 will .hate hay supply moi-t. of his, feed. Heirnnds line of plant) food combinations possible to offer to thejrowel'R

to miike them a.i OM-I au-nn. I ,now' the hay_ and mixes his own ru- '' of Florida and now in this trying period IDKAL) FKRTILIKRS i

have a ravenou appouue, and] m>' toil. Durmir! : the 'inter he grows I I ) are doing the almost impossible \'ing unlimited .

huslianil s ti j- I : .m.imply,, eating' him 1 i POTASH. content and all POTASH is strictly WATER-SOLUBLE .

out of 'house tin i' home. I h.\'<' gone :, K20. I
HAVE IT !
even back to my lollee whiih I was
1916 IDEAL Fit 1'1'1''I( E
r told not to tnuc-h. Those tvirililc,
Am. 3 to 4r; ; A. 1'. A., Ii i to 8'i; ; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 5 to (!' ,
pains in my hack iiiul head have all I I Iilihiippeaieii ,
SEEDS -- --- - -
and I sleep )like, a hild.. i I ( ) OLD IDEAL Flt, '1'f AM D VINE: MANURE! : "" -

I mil lit) longer nt'ivous, anil when I Ii Am..3.0. 4A.; ; ; P. A., 6 to 8' ; ; Wut.-Sol. I'ot., 10 to 11 In connection with our Hardware I ImrV* carry a compleU .'
I f-el lefi, esheil, I Iiheeiful .
1 get up mornmirs'
and 1-milu. 1 ant now IIhl"j CHEROKEE FILL'IT GROWER; line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting hornet, and ,

handle reliable
to jitteml! to my household duties, and I till 11'1. carry, nit the '
>V. & T.'S SPECIAL MIXTURE :NO i 1
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I fell It s ,U 1 had ,1.II'll'd i life all otrjnni Ladiul" "aid nlltuA t

'>'H. ;My) hus.nd| is highly li-lijjht-'i II,1 I.11.1, \ .11'1..11.I.? II l s It atoll I Isar. I r AMMONIA-PHOSPHATE:i FORMULAS) Bed Room Furniture Dining i i '
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and 'K iiuu' n I to beaLi ,
ci. and my: ieco\ery ,is the talk of the( plot' in our and any Oliver analyses to meet your needs.
-I Ig I s.-il' ,iril, 'litn.it.-.. Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
peighbuthood, I do nothing but I' n. ran "i...Innke. Our Nv".- Cul.tlJKUwill. Sn icittly" suit, \\iltc. ti> >i-, -

)nice all day lung over" the IC-COM-I.V of; : .I .. : .
Odd Chairs Rockers
iirnt iif ill bi Suits
Wilson & ToomerFertilizer
my healtli! und praise 'lanlao. to every .iHonalili. trope Company ,
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body. :1laa"ra.'u""u of ll UI.; \ I. Piirl'II.IKIIHlollturtr ; :: Couches Etc.This
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"I feel no grateful, fur, my (-. l'aJ'' | e j I 'J'I.n: : I'll\114 I' m of ,
dunno, Nltrnte of Sniln. and All l-Vrtlllvrr Intrrlnlw.
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mid the 'if.n II .
from the table - -- -
operulinir | l \ lralrrs In Mara,lnit >l nf klnrry mill Innri Ili-lilm.
k'nife that you laity) publish what I i .. 1 1fir" .. '(''''''''' ll.l.l,:, ."1\. itself .
( .u, mill tit P..mil s store i it making, a record for in the matter of

have said ; you may if you wish, tell I! 1't Fps, opKl.l.ll i "IHh I Two helping people to outfit home. Com and ee. Our price are

other worsen :wI'c: ling a, 1 was, to

come and! we HI,y gnu I will .b. g-bd'' ' :> ,OHV. , MllI .. right
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to tell] them all about m)' -iaso"Tunlao .n, .\\'. vl II' Vt 1 l'I -- --. r
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IK solt'' en'Iuntly| ] | ill KisBimmee ;, 1:1:, ,, v I'" ll. (5

by J. / Hol-ti{ : son iii'd' 'in St.i t. le Ins1111n< .' -I : t I"1,0".', r.I rIII' ,' TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
Lumber Co.Wholesale
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"i .r Cloud by the f-: minor I I'rai t mai'\ .. '....1,. I I.,.\. 1 1 I' '1 ,' May -
Adv. I :'
f' rtg J No matter what I kind of an Engine you hare-Gal, Steam
l' and Retail Dealers }In
" p4' lU I'"'' \..'r1. I'l. l..M.. Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tools yea
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t a r la j. i\\ mill Mi.. ".....".. need in your everyday work-Wrenches_ Hammers, Oiler, etc.,
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. .''''." ", YELLOW PINE LUMBER
'4 all of the but quality and workmanship, and at prices that will

!, .. \.." ,.,,. surprise you. This store bas the reputation of handling. only

.. Shingles and Laths : hardware that Jsof superior quality and you will make no mistake '
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r, i- t_ I'u.ml.1'.uH...v....1 Our red, and(\,,.. f I in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock.

ly (1i a"rlpllve frog 0" r..quo.at.eA.IaloKe L HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY .1 r.r


rutltrtarrouueffleo ', 'sMskre All we ask) i i. let us figure on jour estimates.

COFFEIs *N rhensl.r. ? ,,, Courteous Attention and Prompt Delirery. Osceola Hardware Companyt.


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.11'AMZ11 THE KISS1MMEI TALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY ArJUL,7. 1lllL. '

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; TO tHE HONORABLE BOARD OF COUNTY R. Lanier, D. N. Davit 'Lewis Johnson To DrIft Out Malaria .1. : .
,; OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.. Campbell .,7. M. Roberts Alfred Bronson And Build Up Tb. SystetnTake T
J COLUMN"I I ;;
I W.C.T.U. the 'Old -Standard CROVB'3TASTELESS r
H. Lanier, Jr., W. L. Bronson E. E. Brown chill TONIC. 'You know r
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citizens
The undersigned aubscriber*, Campbell J.. M. Yates what you are taking; a* the formula U ..
' of Osceola County, Florida, and resident of H. Lanier label, bowing it U ,
C. B. Lamb planted scorn; it died in the garden printed on every
JJo. I, 2, 4, and 5, respectfully} show unto your : "ripbel.! W. W.; CJark r # mold. Quinine and Ironin a tasteless form. (i
That, at the meeting of your Honorable .1 The Quinine drive out malaria, theIron
March 6th 1916. ..' I planted love it liboro a flower of 90 ,
the .teba.
.I that said Board issued a call for an election to : ,. ' ; bnild, no anti;

,; 1916, for the purpose of voting upon the creation .J. ;L. OVERSTREET, Clerk.January gold. *
I planted doubt it withered, lacking
missioners' Districts into a'Special Road __ ; '
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of bonds in the. amount of $250,000.00for # 12, 1916. root; -. ...
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1 I planted faith precious ,
it ripened
call was !first published \ hen it appeared on Honorable Board of County ; 1

r Cloud Tribune.' Under t.he.law a property holder of the County'of #. fruit"

l vote I ill such an election is required. to pAy his poll : ? ,: aria State of Florida. -

i, Saturday In' the'month preceding the month' In the undersigned, comprising property-owners and qualified voters i in TilE DREAMERS

In the case of this election, poll taxes had to be ; District No. Two, Osceola County, Florida, do hereby petition They 'are the architects'ot great {

A.. I). 1916 This allowed only two days after tJ1 Honorable\ Body that Commissioners' District No. Two\>>, Osceola County,. ness. Thetr vision lies within' their OLD

tion. of the notice of election, in which' to qualify be omitted from any Special Road amd. Bridge District, sought to souls. ,They never' see the mirages

1 In view of the injustice of the ,situation ns for the purpose of bonding for Che building of hard surfaced roads of Fact, but peer beyond the veils and j BONES ..

:p' petition your Honorable Body, 'that you rescind, I mists of doubt and pierce the walls i RUBBER COPPER,

I I tion for said date; and iss-u a new cull, setting ( i1, Respectfully submitted., : -unborn Time, i "'I :TIRES BRASS
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ciently in ndvunce of the ..Iirspublication\ of not < The World has'act-loaded them with
S. A'ree M. M. Miller J 0.: Lanier TUBES LEAD
: all person, otherwise( qualified to take part in j I. Bronson n. n. Lanier .' W., A. Lanier jeor and sneer and jiliej; ;; for ,,'orlds'I'
taxes in time to participnte'therein. are made of little men who take but ROPE SCRAP IRON ,
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I. M. Lanier J. M. Bryant .'
f never give; 'who share but never i
James 1\1. Johnston A. F.. rotlght> K Jones W. n. Lanic.r : 'J. I:. Roberts | SEND IT TO US WE REMIT WOnPTW
spare, ; who never cheer* a grudge1 and ,
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S. B. Aultman F. C. ltrynu )). Allen Kirby LUllier 11. I.. Overst.reet grudge a cheer.Wherefore I Write For PrkelistPfNINSUMRMfT4I
1\1. Sullivan :Earl Lanier F. D. Paul
Ross Graves 'A. C. Chulnial\ the paths of progresshave
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L. Oversttet J. II. Lanier Sr. .1. T. Relives I \ \
Itutler' ,
H. T. 1V.: I. 110\\1\ been sobs of blood dropped from ;
t I 11. .Waling' N. 11. Morris O. Stephenson M,' F: Lllllil'r ,V. A. BurrouKhs their broken hearts 657 E.BAY "ACKSoNVIUE.rLA.''

II. E. ('ole W. 1 E.: Jlal1.11 ]Ii. Weaver J.' W. (CllIill! Aaron Heaves' Makers of empire. they. have
I F. II. Lawso!! Bowen Latta 13' n. l.altier L. I n. Woo en than I, --- =
H"A. ( fought for \bigger things crowns,
N. Smit.h. J. A. BI'ollloon T. J. Lamb
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r J. z.'Rnperson! C. ,1Vood8B and higher scats than t.hl'ones.o'al1) -
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,j H. C. Lig-htR'Y T. .WOnllnl1 : March 6th, 1916. fare and pageant and the right to rule ':
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Eugene C. Ih 'al1' ci..1.; : 'I'ay'I.tr I ,J. I.. OV+mSTHEET; Clet'k. or will to love are not the fires which I For SaleOne

11. M. IIn.ukc'l' H. c. 1'II.t lui : : - wrought their resolutions into steel.

1l'neRtll1l: : h 1. :\1. HIIIII': )'" ; I January 12, 101(>. Grief only streaks their hair with sit | 9roornHouse

i Emil: :\\la"'l 1 1.. I E:, Paltin : ]Honorable Board of County ver, but has never grayed: their hopes. I

n. H. Floyd. H. C. I'al.till' '!< of the County of They are, the Argonauts! the hoek-J One Groom (House #

W. 11. :\la\"in.nJl\ \ IL 1.: I'allin "' and State of Florida ers df the priceless fleece- the Truth. i;

Ira Bass \V. II Sunniuns' the Through all the ages they have | One 5-rooin MoliseSnnallcashpaymcnt.
undersigned, comprising properly owners and 'qualified| voters in
1. A. l.all'a"tl'I' 11. l EclI1\111111 i, S\\al..y heard the voice of Pestiny. call to1 I .
i C ' District) Ko. Two, Ktcola) County, Florida, ,do 1/eieliy/ )petition .
l J. B. :'..fill c. i'. rhla llI'l' Honorable Body that ComniisMum-is. \ District) No. Two. Osceol.i County, thvm from the unknown vasts. They Balance like rent.

1 1' J. It filbert; :-\llIul', E. POlwjan") : 1 be !omitt-d from any SI'K::( IAI. ROAD AND I BRIDGE(; I>I THICT'I I due uiuhaited seas, for they ale the I II I "
A..1. lialt. .\v'.lilt:\ .r I formed makers of the chartsVitIi. only'' FOR RENT
to be* therein for the. purpose bf bonding fon the building of
I I A: So cl11.l'I.t; 11. ( ', Sttlifiiii, :, | faced ,roads therein cloth of l'OUI'agal their mast: and I 6-room/ Furnished
-CV.. Gr(;t'ilflll slue 1 E.: ,fohnston. ( with no compass save their dream, .
Respectfully t submitted' ,
House -S15 JVlonth
l' ('. II. 1'unl "'. Ii' C..awf"l'll. ; B. Woodall Walter IIr"n"on! :Mart StokesFied they *uinw.iy\ undaunted! for the fur,
n.; B. 'Olall lt. (;lover blind! .shores.
.. l W. Johnson J. II. Jn" ) tier \(lustI'led .
t Quinn .1. Basic: ('. F. I'n'\'alt I : R. Bronson A. R. I 1''llIdl> i llerzberg 1'heir )bnim.s have wrought all human Ask MRS. SUMMERS

llosyell. Buss 1.. A. \VtlRr, 'lunacies.' I In law of their
II. 11. / stone 608 PENFIELO STREET SOUTH tlSSIMtlEE
i! < Fox W. Andtihon' Adam Yates
j 1..1.: 'h..lth'l\. F. A. lIal,1o I 'spire stall the Old World's skies and!
II. .
BauknightHaitlett 1. }P. T.sonOeo. C. II. BronsonF. For Further Particulars
Frl'l1.:\ Bass" T. I H{, :\\1..1.\. c. r.ionon II. Tyner with their golden crosses: Kiss "the I

i \V. A. Nalsuii Th..lI\a" .lultnsot' . ; J. Yates C. O. Hellion :Stewart; T>'ner sun. (I
Sant Jla'wl.11, L. Hull'\1I1I The belted. wheel of
GOO.; ( A. (Garrett 1. S. liioiisitn E. L. D. (0eistreetR. the trail steel,
El'lIl..t. \L. (fit'en; 11. .1. TIII.lall the illuming shuttles. I
screw an in
G.; ,
Cromartie
John \
K : !lit aitey A. I I-ankfoid
S. 1.. Lupfl'" 1 1.. J R. Fllrl111'" ; O. Bionson the lom our which they \se.i\t: Iht.'il.1(
Augus: (ampliell' When
E.: n.; Vans .\jIICW ( '. II. HI'oll"11" (J magic tapes! "lies' j you buyBREAD__

C, L. Ha.l1cly ,\. A. 1I'OIl"oll! .. :March (tlth, 191(1.( .\ fV.' sh out (ill the night lea p+

M. 1.;. (.o-.Ion. : Hadfonl Vales I .1. L. OVERSTREET, Cleik. leagues of .snarling seas. and fries. to ,

w. A. Smith ;E. I ). :\Ialloy shore for help Much, !but for one''

A. ("K'I' A. i 11.) :SlotV; ; I II January 14, Hill's(; malt n's d"l'l1moul.1" never come. I ITlu'II..tUlIlll.l" I

A. .1. :lllIdJonouJ'h: \V \V. (c''k) ; 1 ( Honorable Board of County % plow the liver" l bed ,, Ask for the BESTWe

W. J. I'oulk 1. 11)I:. )Roberts "
\Vm. 1. lIa..h..r. W. A. Lanier ( :'. EN'e :: Their wings of canvas bent the air, make it. Every Grocer sells Up.

11. R. hale \Vult.r j 1I'oll..on. I the undersigned property owners and qualified/ voters; j>( Commis( and! add the highwajs of the eagle -

R. L. Starling l Lvll's \'. Story s District. No. Two, Osceola ( 'UUllt)', Florida do hereby petition your to the human/ pal hI<. I. K. BAKERY

'K 1.. Fl'IlI1l'1I' W. II. Sul1l\.a'n I ' Body to omit said Pommissionitrs" District) No. Two, Osceola A (;oeIw'o! c'e swells from, a

C. MI'Caug-hl.'ll dairy .Johllson Florida, from any Rpel'ial'loud{ and Bridge I>District to be organized. e disc!, of glue and! wells out through a E. A. NIEMEYER,

C. w. nalln It 11: Wm'd purposx. a of bonding for building hard surface roads therein. I throat of bias' taught: sweet and | Mitchell Street

.: J.V.. I.'ijh'r A. X. Bronson! Respectfully submitted, whole, to last 1 )beyond! the maker"
A. R Nelson O. 1'10'lz F. Flowt'rs... Phas. Kr<'eck' Roy :McNorton the, song: .Ix-cause a dreamer dreumpt :I

J. W. Thompson 11. 1'. Huhl G. Hancoc c C. L. Heath John I D. Leeaman What would hl\c. of fancy or of

Horn Thol1HI; Chas.Il'CORk'y! I"W. A. Shafe C. F. Page John D. Prosser fact if hands were all with which man j ,'t < {0f0i+i ,?Pfi1hw000 }4.4ttf0
N. C. Bryan 1.. McCollister D. Brazzale H. W. Stark P. Ghyselinck had to build ;
1 ?t
.null Bass Warren, Frace B. Havens Herman Schmidt R. II. Ghyselinck . I Your homes. ale set upon the .land ,, M. TILLER

A. L. Davidson .Walter' Lorenz B. Sullivan Richard Causing J. W. Campbell a dreamer found. The pictures on its .

:John.Part.in.1' ',' ;,'J.( W;.Wilder ,. T. Sullivan' j Frank Gausing '. walls are visions! from a dreamer's Real state Agency.
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S.: LatlA'f: R.J 1\IC.I\.ton.; !: !: k','j ill'& W;;: :; } ; :''' ,' Sullivan \< |t, N. McNorton" ; ,:soul; 'A i
,1\Iiwllhamll F. n&Fal1nell f ( 'w'fetch'Mifffta; 6th, 1916, Qur'Iolln ti' r. 1i ,,': '/;' Realty bought and told.y .. .

,- r .,, "",,,\,,fJoh'i\1J\! \ DClark. J lASi'hweikart! : J L. OVERSTREE'T, Cler .Tsy are th chosen few the y':t 1 ,..House rented. ."..,. 1!j*,, ', '.$- .\>
: \J.; MePhatter Mark1Munger\ \ , \ Blazers'or.. tnclWuyStwho'never'wearDoubt's Taxes paid and TItles verifiedfor ,

J. L. Overstreet IX S. Austin!< Bassenger, Fla., Febr. "22nd, 1910 \ bandage: on their\ )'es-wbo non-residents. .f::?

P. G. White I.. (;. Tindall OF FLORIDA, starveand chill and hurt, but hold to I Fire, Life and Accident' In-

J. II. Rpddrtt W. II. Johns of Osceola. courage a'al to hope, because' they j surance.

John R. ]Bronson( J.. :S.; Johns know that there is. always proof of I I ; Indemnity Bond
A. D. Gilbert F. Newton Honorable. Board of County Commissioners truth for them who try--that only

Joe Nnnits j. :M. Willson, Jr. (,-,. rilll ( 't arty.; cowardice and lack of faith can kcvp 9.4 4 u---. d.o

A. S. Heed T.1.: Murphy: : -: \ E\: :- the seeker from his" chosen goal; butif
W. l'. GilbertGrahum F. H. Tyner his heart be strong and, if he dream :--o-w>- OO"OOI
', the undeisigntd 1''p.I'I'I'S' and legist'cii'J, Voters of B.issenger, '
W. S. (; A.V.. Winn enough and! dream it hard eno'uJhlhe ,
.. No. 7, respectfully! pctitio.i:! your hoiioial'le body. ) to lea 1e said '
LewisG. 'Bryan) l'. 1 E. Yoi\-ell can attain, no\ matter where men j jStaple .
out of the Bond , the
issue we ever pray hame. C.W. GRIFFIN
;. B. Lawson .J. E. Bass. failed "Ix'fore.' I

E.M. E. Brow n Martin Stokes .T. Wright J. :N. Thomas Charles Campbell Walls crumble) and empires fall.

J. MicksGuice O. R BassWilliam S. Underhill James l Durrance Ed. Alderman The tidal wave sweeps from the sea I and FancyGROCERIES

R. I). Bronson H. Walker John Lofton W. J. Thomas and tears a fortress from its rocks.he .

J. M. Winstanley W. A. Hughey: W. HiUiard John Vickers N. E. Hazellief "" rotting nations drop from off I

: 2. T. Riles II. Tindall Thompson H. W. Bennett J. K. Gore /ime's }bough, and only things the i :

J. H. Bronson .. J. W. Lilly E. Underhill J. K. Opdycke N. R. Raulerson dreamers make live on.

('. S. Partin W. J. Barber R. Wilhite J. T. Alderman Needhum Yates They are the Eternal Conquerors ; : Free Delivery to all Part I
J. R. Smith C. J. Lamb Alderman Noah Bennett W. S. Raulerson their vassals are theyears.. ;
II. M. Pfann From The Efficient: ,: of the City
A..R. Jackson J. Padgett R. L. Pearce W. M. Yates -;- Age.

C. H. Nelson Ed. Gallagher R. Durrance A. ...- Carter Robert YatesJ. : .... ... ...... .... .. )
J. Farmer 11. L. Overstreet *'X--: : >; : :.X :-:-: : :-: : ;
J.H. H. Meneley A. C. Wright L. Chandler Profiles of that part of the Tamiami "

N. Bratton John II. Baisden II. Walker F. .;. }Daigneau C. B. Raulerson Trail along the Miami canal are )being -
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;! 11. O. Part in F. J. Godwin Underhill G. W. Walker G. T. Chandler prepared and bids will be asked at an ---

Sam G. Ragsdale Grant Bass early date.
I March 6th, 1916.
A. M. Chisholm .
B. I F. Roe
J. F. PlarksonKarl \ W. H. Phillips J. L. OVERSTREET, Clerk Joe E. JohnstonCITY I

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Schmidt J. E. Baxter

J.V.. Simpson R. V. Phillips the undersigned voters of Commissioners District ,Np. 4, hereby v

1). D Johnson, S. I.. Eubanks that said district be set asi le from bonding purposes: ENGINEER

M. Katz ('. H. Armstrong SAWMILL
E. I n. Katz D. R. Kilpatrick H. Fertic Julian Montsdoca Jerry M. Wixon
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L. II. InJram. Nat BasS L. Hunt Grant Bass C. H. Padgett : MAChINERY Surveying and

Wm. K. Sargent JulianfuntRdoca!\ II. Baisden Sol. Padgett Lawrence Edris AND
Daniel Hirtzel C. C. Arnold H. Guy ('. C. Arnold W. A. Beebe DraftingOflRSOFflRJIIER
ALL SUPPLIES
J K. P. Butler 1. B. Tumblin Baisden A. E.; Bass R. E. Willis ...
I Alfred Bronson Young M. A. Stallings H. R. Ingram For
: Barney Johnson, I Write Prices And
R. A. Lankford-- Ary .Story' R. Bass S. W. Rhymes Richard C. Moore -
G. -" F. J. Godwin A. C. Gannon Catalogue
J.-II. Lanier Sr. ( Stephens
W.
l : (McClelland: ,
11 >'. M. Edris B. F."
J Willis Allman J. W. Johnson Bass Bigelow F
i I T. ('. Fouts George Baisden Bass Alfred Nicholson J. Frank Tumblin $ J

> t J.:. H. Smith W. IL Savage Padgett C. R. Richards Richard Steel .

' Kirby Smith T. B. Hull (Paid Advertisement) --- - -- -
J. C. Griffin B. H. ..
Guy ------ I
'I'i 'i'' Mv Schilders "'i. Lamons 1910 one female was gainfully Mount Robin, the highest peak in r \

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)- for every two and two- the Canadian Rockies, will be renam- Insurance that Insures
; G. D. B. SAYS ;
j 1'; males. be Mount Cavell as an eternal mon-
To the Honorable Board of County ument to the memory of Miss Edith '
Have you see. the new Osceola Protection that Protects
Commissioners of Cavell the Ennlish executed
the County of women are working: four- nurse by
Drei Leek for it and above all
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the Germans in Brussells.
c Osc4.'Oland, -State of Florida. a day in the munition fac- .
uk for it aid be convinced. It U
We the on the farms and in public r
undersigned, comprising
property ,
They then go home to care I s the beet 5c cigar ra tae market .
in Commissioners District No. TwoOsceola CHICHESTER] !PILLS
children. At aQ stores .f( note.
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tition ;your Honorable Body that Commissioners s ".. Tl ...111UIM.i. bAKIN ;
AVENUE
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s County, Florida, be omitted from any SPECIAL of beans, peppers and > !. .UrIIIU ....11..d Y.... eeWtk 10. O Blade u KiMimmee.
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TRICT, Bought to me formed for the of have been resumed bo..._. ..Le. silk 11I Aareaar KIS&MMEE FLORIDA --
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? hard rarfaeed road therein. Ratone and quite a large num. D11 IONIt $.A PIL.... ... .. .
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'1. : Respectfully I crates left that point last week. SWIlIlOOCilSISD'ERYWIfRIi." I

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1111. THE KISS'M"EE VALLEY CAZETTE PACIU.r .

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- TO CELL JIOTICB CREDITORS with brick and to be Nine .(t) feet I. Clmlt c.. *. .<. '.lJmmMml n. ,. .
Im Clr -. 10(1
lt f.mrt .f Ikerial .. ..1.1 ADlU.IT.Toa"
- .II . wide Including l a cement curb on each .."..1" OlremKL OtMwoUty.
: tlrrvlt f .b. !
!. a.d fr* O. N..I..; I IW COIHT'AP TIlE (n"ITY'"CDG- aide, The estimated( coat for gradingcurbing and. .... I. C..r. :
Legal UI : IN COUnT or THH-roi'i .IDGI STATIc OK where n..ary.
I -; C'K..Nt'IKY. JirATH OF KI.OMIUAOStKOLA OftCKOl.A rLOIIO' brldlnl Hundred Thouaand'i t

Oa.ii. I'.el C..7. C..p1a1a.am4. COUNTY Im r* FJ.t. .( Jae*>b hrelerl rr i Joo' All bridge shall Charlea H. <.Ce>Baa>l.taaBt.va. .:
To alt he where u
Creditors, Lrf-frateea, Ulatrlbuteeaand :
J Advertisements | I ilUIT TO tm r. E..... .( Paul I Tretlell.l . all Persona Having Claims or : wood, or either or e:1t saidmaterial. '
TITltallrad .. ,....
-. .. :PI.rIda QtIC > M*... emanda Against maId ISatate. "'. r.. I Caae, Ief. .
I.. k..p.sd..*. _. .. ft Notice U hereby given to all I Tou and each'.of you are hereby 'A IHO he 010wlnl road to b.. cortatrurted I -. \

w --. .- - iUIIUKH PUBLICATION may concern. Rlliaheth .Trudel notified ar required to pr..h. any or with dirt, clay, I I happ.'ln" by affidavit Appended .tl
RIIICi a* AdmlnUtrator of the Katate claims demnnds I you or or 1"11. but not to be brl.k.d : to. In Ihe above-elated
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"' ""RID .ALB the Tth either: of at a point on South I cauae that Fsnnlo'Ifi. O the defendant -
1 TO ALL ,\'noM" Y 4C4CERl! 1.). Trudel. 1e..4.II. on )'Ob. may have against theestate n..glnnlnl th. ae,
It. day apply to the of Ja..b deceased, lute .rn line of Comml..I..r.a i herein named la A nohrealdent of
Notice U hereby given that und>rand appearlnaby In the nvitlrn Hil of honorable T. M Murphy, ,County Judge .r.O..eull \\.h..I..rl to the un- IMatrlrt .Numher Three (3). .North i lim State of "Florida and la a resident 1
Complaint tiled hl. da
by virtue of a tlnal decree ot lleapondenta below | cauao the In and for said county at hla office d'rahr.d., Executor 1'101' estate, Canoe Creek hrldire. and thence follow- of the Uni.. Itlt.l. and la over the ,
-:1':: foreclosUre, laaued out of &uid underthe named are persons It aald count ..* at 10 Inif the iutdlc road through of It la there '
In Klaalfiimop'", ) wlthlt tw. years from the time hereof> Jr"'d. | .. t.enIY-fn. eara.
of theHeventh aicoa are unknown to the Coni.plalnant
whole a thereaflvr a a Ualed hlttler ..' ; thencn ( i nonrealdeni de.
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Jo.dl'. iy.u,1tu I a. m. or Boon a A. Tfl6.It. .1011 .r..ord'r'd
: & the' 'Stateof denci'. : : addreane and ri-Hl- the matter ran ot heard.fur authoiltyto 3r' HUTLKK. the nuhllc road from Itnaaenirer ( and la ,' ..bv required to ,
FlorMa In and for Oacoola County. l Is IaIt' to the Complairt.ant .* Hell, At public or prUate .."I. thefollowlnffdortcrlbed IS.St ICxecutor.NOTI4 County II lie liPS i-opt Okeerhohee .City, .1.1..1 to' the Uln of complaint filediii j'
In Chnncvry, Blttlna, In a certain cauantherein In Worcester Count), real eaU.t. I' tnild The I'on.I lendlnir from Whittier Pta.' 1,1,1, cause on or before Monday the ,

pending, whervln FerdinandBullock )..o..hu..I.; Count v, (. : II 4>r' waida Kurt I I'liini to the County linenenreat dny of Mav A. IJ. 1910 otherwlaothe
of the Lynn HavenHank ORDERED That .wl. foil T\\
receiver 1'HEHE"'ORF 1..I.I..II Kort will
Lot ) of niock Ro' enteenIT)1 lriim alleKatlmia Mil betaken
Truat Contnaii ) la' cotntilaln- William "Jb Allcu U ( -of the Town of lCenuttusvills'aprordlng I>I'I-H: t 'nl'. 'tIC A I Tin road ex1indnT| from tlie> At- an (.. tr'.aid defendant, i
ant: and Ithoda O. Lioyce, Mra I). \V.Heach his wir. fc, and they are :'I'o rvoulre to nlftl maim sit aald: alit I.KNKK4I: H'rlt1K OFTIIK. Innllo Coast l.ltin. ttnllioad to IteedvCn.elt I I U la further r.n ordered .Id thla order
Mdward Boyce Mra C. \)oah.JIIr. <:l lo be',and appiar-to (I of and filed In tlie office of the NI'\TM 4>F Kl.Oil III 4 neai I'leaaiint IIIII I aald road i be puhllHlied once a week for eight .
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h. . Complaint filed In thin In '.WI Notln hor. hy gRit, that R T.. 8 i iI I
... W. Ii. HUlL.A.. Jloy. . (1 J.I3oyen cause the ( of tho Circuit Court In and IIOM. tutu, I c.,"' e<.utlte. ueika 111 the Klaalmmertalli
and \ ().>'ct 4. heli-H at law t..t r.r.alt on II lioyte, dcCa.&d. are de- day of May A' P. hl4lfltthprwlse 0..101Coulty.. ho Itaaod upon l cato No: Afil. oy;d July. A. 1:. *.\'hntfn\ Uno\\n PR rnl I llotin-ateHd mail I In anld{\ t".I.. hOst $115 l's., publLmAT.APRIL7.
.ifVm. the undersigned a. Hpeclal' the aald Jtlll of Complaintwill. I \'hl.h.apl.l.al.. wll now on Illo and t'si, lien 11- 14. ilaliil Slit sins ofAutniat The ,eatlmal I .>d, tl' ( irindlniclirlilitlntf Ihla Muiili 21lt Its I miA.
In due of 11..tt. eu.l.lll. A. I li. IfliS. has Illi-il anld, "I
In Chancery will cell Cat nubile course law be takiMinn nrItfttatiH 'fiiiHtrtic'tInu: a, i lii J. I L OVICHtrmRKT.in .
ouury, during the leirnl hours' oflHrftrn ale, ronfeaaod 'against thaatd. IliHpondontu In. luld aU-d.(,\rt. 7lli A. n 1910. I I II .flu "' .ofTIco f nnd him niddi,I' application tin. ft.i: .enirlim< : rniiila:, ; i la S fnl.Olio.A.0i[ I 4' (onl )' 4'1-tli circuit Court.IIUMVN .
the court. door In lh, city ) Mo.1 TH.K ] )o,'d. to Issue ji nccoidanci. 5
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h..1 TMITDCI.U12Rt frl:: lirldxia Khali I coiiHlruot.il' ( 'v I'l.Kl'llICK.Hnlieitora .
11IS FimTHKll Onni5RKI That 1.LIZAln:11 .' 1 law'. Said eel'tlftiat I 'a On- '
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MlssIm.rne4. In aald Uxceola County. . I5-St
..r AilmlnlHtiatrlx' otiiiMid I uf I Iro.. .I'.lt nr wo.I. or I for Coiss s1ainant.
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on the Sat day of May A I) Ihl. Order he pUblIshed once a week !""c, t."I.\III diarillud landIjliitt . aiklil 1
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J.nday. or four <*otittoputl\ wec1 In the llIntnmeo is- I I Uai-eola Cn>int )", .\.1 .I ",01,1.
follow In
I 9 I ( ir .1..rlb..1 rla1 h..llA 11 | opon. .1 rsii II fl. luldtroataii

ata1o fetttiatud. I lo-wlt I 'In aald uac..ola ) heSS''fiSh pi.f Vallov I* IIU|hi I slil'ula(|4Jnrett| nd or n 1"1.1"f..k\I :(ii'i(14 4>. AIIMINIVIII41IIIIII'dll KIN.41. !" I lIl J'I"t.o/'f SF't. I'or\ >.i and N'i' ..... "lhll I .I the I ttMlto4 I .*>. horeljiUoforo I tTho Cures Old, Sort*, Other Remtd.M Woii'l Cure.
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1..1..1.1.l.tl t..r..d Kirt >'-rlulit ( fiK). and.Klrijnltie flrculatlon I tn tho. i'lty I ..f"tI I "p ) ( of Hie Ill. l'own'.. .. I I IHI yuits'ti 1 for tin. conn! ruction I of I IMs The worn cases, na ntattef of how long.taodloBV
) nlHii lota IUtflIllti I County of t Hceola anil r< of lorIdn aiil I' 2Ti <. llanuo 27 Klint, ttnhiaoilIII Ill iiili, mid 1 In Uluoa to In t wonderful rell. bl
c.V 1 I N 4 (II lt1 4 SI" 'I'III'III NT.11 IK.l:, ri> "n.I. are cured by the old I>B
Col I ,
Illlrill No 14
Ililm-Hlx (( Ut( ). In i Hit 1 1HlindliMl I I* ir
und r binlH
one ) MIr': OK hi.4iiniit. D't'I'4)l.t \ I IHHII* mid Halo 1'artcr Anllnrpllc llr llnn Oil. Ft relieve
Stjity,i'lht( (( I I1). linth In-1. \ \VITNH the .Honornblo. ..InmoHV I 01 N'I"1. .N,. :: I, nf N\\r't or S' r' art, ..1I.,1.1 .Spxlal llonil ami Hi'I.! (,".' I lilnlililto I l-ala and Ile U at the aii time. ISc,50cl,00' 4,.
duMivc II.r Ht Clou.l l"ul.\.d of i ihi. i it f'ct'it .. Juiljfi-: of (It. HiiUI x'oiut anhiIll / In re Imitate 01 UiiMlella I'earMiin..Noll 1.rl"J' S, ItaiiKo. 27 Hunt > 111- tin I l llnlouiit nf Ufl"I"O.( ( mildbotn1

SI t'li.uI. 'dllK I.. I y ntiiuo H..clorlc thoietif. und 4 lh<' HIM) iv.s I ID I h'r., .,' ulvin 4 ti II ul ill I whom f Isi'ii.", ,'rtn..t. >.o. 'idtTin ,hii In Is.. paid ". r,11.w..
I..k.. I'liint .lltul to I InI'liit of or (thv .Id Circuit' Court nt KlHHlininoe I It ins )' .'s.uies'i'i. Hint, on .th.. liUh I I ,da%' of HII.1 '" h..h.. .' I..H.I I In I tinnnnn I Tin .1.h..1: ( II 11.,1, ,l..llnitmimil1 I
Town. Ii l I I h4. ofllce of -IlioCleilt ., (H..11 .u"O'. I lorldii on Ihll of, t .1. 11.ILI.SI'( : I I'S. , i4llid; .'nl \ -11OIIH .
.n S. tlenvli-r .\ it. 1'llfi! I Hlillll! li |>plv to \ f.t n <*
,'lrult Cnuit" and I fur the ) or. li 1916.CtCt. : :: ; ; : III. : : KNo\\\. i', ..< \ ( . ol
of III" II : : ; Iln, ll.niolul.l.; T. M, I p In.. jiiilt.ii of tin. \ :
Count < Twnt%"- ( 8.-al ) .1.'tr'i\ l : 1..111. "' of HII..111"I. IS 1 Si.M Hhnll lionr fmnitin '
ald } I. flit H
** UI..n" ul 1511111 I 51111, HH JllilKO of 111\ 1.1 II 1".1
Reventli day of 1"1'\11"'" A. 1 >. I'll: !It. An (' "t.1 (ViuitHy filisil I 1' , 1..1"1., .. of lIsp I ,. HH ...III .tl..I.1 .Iutl I I. .I.U.niol I'- dull .if lnrMino, tit lisp i''tie o f H\! S.I1.LJUftOCKUEAI4ESTATI3

and r..d it public ri'cmilrtif I JuinoM 1 JolinHtonAH o l iti'.1..h'.1 I ,I 'sit, <,". dt..i'. 'usi'ii ; ( m ..n'.lnl t \-. \ I li I. od 'I. .P..j. i.i nt ,si.t' aiiniun' tlu IndtiHt 'to ti. 'I
viiI.l Cnuntv I In |"dftt: lunik I H on tuiMfefit I 1)"Iul C1i rlJuhiiHton !" I Hint. at t.Iw. sans. ,,, I will 1"- wilt IHHIII on Iii' I 12th. d.iof | .IhIs' nmi "pi\nlilti, a..nil-iilinllalH I .. ,..I'l
& (iorl''f t. 1'I ll. \ .-1. .\ I 11I10' : .
nuiiili. it-d Ten. (10)) 1.lc'-1.I d \t\ liitttiHl
; ; nltio Inl. IS-I m I"t lo Kill.I ( 'inn tn> trounlH 11,,m < *n iuls o iiiniiiiHj
I ( I 2. ). Aa Counsel Tin C tnplalnnntHIn AVMniHM, i> liMiid andifflt'l' il punl I (itIClHHltniini "nlA oloHniH an" ,
..n 0 I t..w..lv. T".nly121. IIHitnilnlHttntiii, nf .("Id l estulluii.I \ ::; .. Ploil.li.I : ; this 71 h. ln\ of j dnlx niiilllloil wh. .
Hlnill t I".1. I
). .ink: fm I i 'nnl j 1.I""I" i m lit- iixlltl.d"
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((4S. .I ( IrniK (onrl 01 the Nevrnlh Jnillelnl huh d iilIi. \ n I.IKI ...iI'i .1..110.1 _.
and ( ci $ ) .1. i. : :'. .sss.sssa.nnsnsa
..* ( fil ), ( ) .\. I': IHCiiritlir12oaniDnio O\I'UR'fll'I' Tho nlm, H h.illlntf idl l l.i'I I 11.1
1..lf.t.r. Firtj-four (64. ( of the xdnle 01 f l rl I i'l..11 l, ( 'Ii ... .
11'1 I
((71,). ((4). l.lu, for liMi-eola tolinl I .\,luiltiIat I'll I .. 1 .. .. in ivilil (I.iililoi\, ninl (tin ttiHpi.i Im, s nnl 5 I INSU1ANC13
In 1.wnlhl'lw"II.lx ((2<1). S. Itiinue A IN ( iiV( 1:111.tirayMtone ) .II, l.ln"oiiiil \ "1,1, of *' .l 1. s 10555 11.1,, f.ir' Haiti, .I..U, ,,, 11 *.
"l'h I ( ) :: | '..II 1""I"'r..d r..ll.' H
SeViU)( IO. ll| ht ( NI) 1''llvI12' (( Hotel s l4ItII,11: 141"! I'l 111.14 tllON 12. '.I II*. .1.Il'M .'lollNsruN, , "I'l, i ." I No t I KlHHlmiin. .I II IP ) examination of Titles
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Tw*.nly-Hlx (2K). { )1. I .iftriMirntl t'on.ii.ieaal.1..n..nT. ..lorl.l. -- I i I iipf-i' 1 I I M K l 1.. I( : lit, I I sill.
(4(1), I.'ti'ty-sov'ii l.r> ). Kinlltht \ In 4 h Jiiillilnl 'Is- liS'l. "' ill I i. ti il'I',
Forty $1Ii'i'' 'i's> IIT 'iii-: 'nurl.Sesrnl :
!: : : : StI)i. 8ei(y '. I .1.11..1 (11- N',:::12" i, |I.' ,s'l, |Ii .,.1H I
I 541)). KlftJ-tllne ( Mouth Florida Kallriiml n>pnn> et I . ... nf l< l"rlln In nnil forOMeeola In ( Ir..1 4 onrl stale of litrldn. !n- I l's- i Iti.t : .,
( OI.) H..v..tY-.I" (Cl.) Se\".'II.lw. al : 41 41onn( > 1u I hs.'rrpI. .I .ludlilnl I ( i ci' ". Onicolti 'l's I ii,' i I' \ ii t Hi .... n. I I 'I'IK""I I Specialty.
(72). lIlKhly-nliie ( ). NIII.I\ (911)( ). 1..pon.I..t.: ri III.K IIONTO - 4 ..u.nt. In ( 'hiinoerytllllam (II"q" .1 "I H alll I'I! I' Itl'lllFOTI" s it\, I II
Ninety -on.. ((81)) Otu* lulr'd.lw.) IIUI' U' I.:. **now nail '1'. I..". llryaii, ...-1..1.- I 1 ,.i itul'l 'f, 1 '.. .,,.t..II SI I.| ". ,

((102). One Hun..I-lhr. ALL WHOM IT MY CONCTUVIt airs ...h.. ...In... an linen \ (. \\lrkx. 4 omplnliinnl. III I I 1. IK..| .1..1..1 I II I.IKlll-l II i: lntnttli Torresoondence Solicited.
llundnd- 1 A. Hlntisim, ,
lllNpiltntH III.I
Hundred-four llr .
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104. I hllIu.'Iuriuig' frotii ( In- sworn IIIII > .1
twenty-iirn' ( 121 ) ". Hiindrid t'u'uItytWO > < ('.,,ni.lnli: :I , filed In thin raiini: ., I'J,, fliniplalnanlii. Mjrtle ". \\leka, .. ......e. t.I.\ 'I
( I 22). One undr*'d-t: w..fly-. thero are IMIHOIIH I Indrontid I I In tin. 'a. l 1.1, i I N'' e V',IHII., "i .V I'; II ,ls

I hru'o ( I 23). One I I IIJ twenty pri i>irty Inxolvid thin null. oUir( Illr.. 1P. K.iIKh Mar l>rl(.. (....1- It li I' p.' it int. l.\ ,iflui .1 |ip .t Isisi to II J ..d I ,I.' .1 I ..''wl". Ills""I'l.llIP H
(..124)I One it ,,TIdrti thl'O'.lh... 133.1 ( linn I I Ih I known B..I."tl.. and that I ,. ..l.m.n U,'( ,lelland. .. im tin. 1 lull 111P11: : .: hi II the nl;>o\ ::1. Hlilttl: l : II I : . .1 I II I'silen" S.tI.1. ,Ikp. Il'isI Robert Riedel Co.
one Hundred t hlrt.tulr (/34. 'I I- I Ii.. Jin mi.a of HU( h pi'rnona I 1.I..r..I. A. Slmni.mii. \> Illltiin l.rn.rt sm.munM. that :1. ,iii.. \\ li-KM. iln '. ,. ..,nliit" : 1 11 I't; N': ii >H' i"ic. v \\ r; I I II
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u.d 1'.1 lhlrl>'.tt\ ,' (18B (1" l "I"J: .*il ato unknown to the Hooni4in .. I "Imm.n.. tin "',' IH non 11'H 11 m nl 'Iii I i hill' 1.1 P Hani. I In, \\. II \\alK-it. NOVELTY WORKS
tlri'd thlrty.nl ( ISA). one ," 'and that relIef In C"Ipl"lu1I.I .1,1| | Mary \ Ir.lnl. MlmmonM, I'Miillne I':IIal ,'"I. ,4 111..1 I 1, i i. utlusI IH i I. islili. ), nl .f ll'ss5,4' Ini H alii \ (ChiliHi, iI''ilc'us's' I ,.\. I
lift) .thriii ((153), ono Hundred llft> Hill of .rly..t( Ii milil .uiiknou . ,eth "Imm.n. anil Ada MmmiinM.Mini 111.1., l 5)511'i III ..0..1 1551.11-' II's'l I No ii. loliiHio, t \\ P. l lHi House Bills a Specialty. All Interior Finish
Hun.lt.il I ('Complaint .. II ll i.: 1. "IHxini 1 limp.".'I'ui '1
four (154)), line ff\'r" n : ul pemuiiM lalmlnir nn Itileren4 l > om, M ella It IH I I In ,i. '' e 0.1..1 i i Irs'. I Frames Wine/our
Window and Door
( IBfi). One Ilundnd Ir-.1 ) I I IS B..I.II""I.i': OltDKHKM Tlllit In < nriipertr t..rl..1 .. the IIIIInf thiut i, uI-fs'Iisl nit I.. in.l I P I'; V Ills i I I. iltPn I ,
Hl t\-r ( ] ) 11661'j I 1'1 ."t.1 ..1-1..1,1.1' .Im I Vi in |jmuhmin 1 w and Door Screen
one Ilundnd (1141. parlli claiming InleroHta In nnd 4 .m..I..f. and ,. i..h 11.,1. tir ai.n ill'i In t II.! i 'I
Hundred Nut .Hv. I 16fl. UI. lundr..1 .I the following I tsar ri lu.'tI real I 'ploiort | Ilnmrin.Ienhs. bill of i'"11.111 fill.d In Hal.I IIIH.' ,inm I i "implii II I 51 I H l''sss'>. < T '.11 I 'Phones : Shop 216: Residence 237
Hlxtt. .Klx ( I6C I" Illndr.. .. I I >'. Hltunlid In! tho County if ( 4a. TO AI..I.IIOM. I fT M .\Y OOVCHRNU : ,. In.Ton. MomlaIII I I 17th, ili\ ofplll I v '''. Jicliss'" 'I us, ml, i P \ 1..1.1'' Near I
""V"I 1167. One Ilul.lnl. I \ -.-elKlit oln and State or Fbi lila. v ,Is. : f i'oni tin. affidavit of i .\ .\ I U I I'IG.I .111. ul hs., I ii.' till ... P: I. I 1.1"1.| Darlington Aiu.. Freight Depot

( 1614)). Ilndr..1 flKllO'.llv't' tlkrd.. Ihiit part .if 11..k Ts.ent v' HXif ) U "n."rlll S.illi 1 Itor fot CoiiipliilminlH i HI.us. of .,1.1 111 will' .In. till,." IIHiiinliss I 1..1 'I''ll ill,'''It) -- -.- ___ _- I
.nix '( 1 lt.6), : ;H :: ; .1 I. 5 i I "': ff*
one 11,1.. > ( I h" South "I.rld. KalfrninlCi .'il llilH iiiusiHint, linn : .1 1,5 H"I.I 'f*'ml mlll \1:1ITI
Jun.lr. .I"hly.n ( 1 I ). One Hun-, Ci ll '''H $11.,'." fr I IOVAII nfKlHHlnillKI I Ii ,in p.' iVmiH I"\\,., HI.'d in ,.. tii.ipirtxIliMiU IH full, Is'i' ill, ., <) I Unit tins 01""I I I 1 1.:: II l'lS 1 rl"I'I.1 (
1 S )I. One luln',1 I i \ ,CttV, (ItHlllbtd HH r"l- I I I I s I In I I I this I KII I .Ih'r I I, I 111) :in, I It.I .. In ]"|1.1".1 I on "'*' u" w s I I. I I" i i I.hillltlH. , -- -- DR. j. A. TROVILLON:
I ( IH91.) on*' I 11 iin.li I I ...'lc's I' I l\ SI llll >olll.:
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Florida. ( .' < "In < '.."* 'l.i ' pi u-> .i \ tiAttoinuH 'm l In the rlt\ nf KlHHlmmet, Iltl. 24 TowiiHhlp Tvvtntv' .t\\'. I !r. 4 I MISR Eva CornirK. a policewomanof .
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for Auto inhot I an ix Count' of Oa..la and Slat of Klor Smith Hinge Tweiilv .nlin. (2'D! I'::IHI .
. Notice to all wh..n T1IF .rl.n. SiiulhKnoKTe Wbonever You Need s Oeoerai TOado
t I. Klv.. dnvBtiof Ri 10NoH-n.F ,'nt>'-flve (25) assistance sixtyninegirls.
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VII may concern, ( on thus i >( JAMKH \ PERKINS. Jldl" ThIrty Oil Kint gave t Take Urove'sThe
1916. I -hall nPP'y Clerk
October. A. D. nnld Court and my -
to the Honorabl. T M Murphv Juloe i -' and the*>aeal of the said Cir The roan known aa the Shlnitle Old Standard Groves Tait.ri.ei* JI
4 oerlil
( Tn \\ baRs It Mar tt..r.or. extending the \Viiitern -
of Bald Court. aa Judge of Probate "I Notice la thereby given that on theIth at KI..lmme. 1)1..10 Cr..k Road limits rrOl t Town of chill Tonic i* equally valuable M a
my final dlacharve aa Admlnl.trn.r of May. 1910 we shall apply County. Florida nn thl. the Slat day corporate h. Hhln- it contain* the
to the Tonic because
day Florida
General
M. Chandl.r. City The 200 or more tramway
of the estate of Rhadrick the HonorableJai of March, A D. 1916. KI.almme. woipen
t :;;d that at the time 1 by flllna a petition to Ct Seal) J U OVEnSTREETAa Kle Creek church said "road runnlnl well known tonic propertleof QUINIKB
de"ea..d ; and .". W. Perkins Judge of the 7th Judicial (Ct line conductors employed b the Leoda
final acOOunta along the Section be. .. .
", will .. to .aid Court estate. Circuit In and for oaceola Count Clerk Circuit Court .rore..ld. tlona IT and SO and In Township and IRON. It act oo the Uv r. Drives
.e Admlnletrator of .aid Walter Shallcroaa. By JAMES M. JOHNSTON Corporation of London" receive the the Blood aM I
J and aak for their approv1- Florida to adopt old Aa Deputy Clerk, Twenty-five N5rn1Jl) Range oat MaUnVa. Bvricbe*

Dated April Ird. D: 1Itw a male child about ARTHUR one year MORRIS. Johnston fc Oarrott, 1-1 Twentr-elRTht The forerolna( I) paved ante pa,a* the men. .Mid op the W.JOI* 8j'am30 vssts.I .
W. CANDLE1t. MORRIS Counsel for Complainant. 14.
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PAC JZ. THE KISSlMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. r4 FRIDAY, APRIL 7.1118.. ..

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( ti was also) voted 1 hy the board tot, p. ,,\
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d "BEAU MAKING GOOD assess a' penalty of $10 per day as r. -- ... <'

provided In the contract' against the

WITH( PICTURE PLAYS Alabama raving- company;, for failure \ f fI

to complete the paving of the, Orlan- ]
I' "' ... do road! within the specified time. The s
I Gus ,Heall 'J-h" new 'manage/ of [ : [

what; was formerly the PizW'Tlieater; and board will claims withhold a delay$520 of fifty-two from days the BANiKRUPTSAL .

with ]
but which he now designates a"f '' ,
1 amount due th until name is
"Question mark" a: new ,
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selected, is making (rood with the picture :\ ("I] -

i. 1 fans of Klssinimeo. Moro) and Nndvi'{ In li""liliy K\"-II Hint' (tit. CIt ]I -
i Ctitiiirll of HlHimmmt'f*. 1.'lot'lila.. will .
': )t..Uer films, are being secured and p c'lv. )..Idl.r Ilirr cullilntc, wall pur-| : ENTIRE STOCK OFnil's '; ,
that the people appreciate .his efforts I rca o f tin r..110wlnl tltHiilli/tl I prop. : --I,

,t is apparent in the attendance at the t 14 Kit-unit>; A>;tnii<' fioni Cliurtl) Ktio. i'H .
to I 11..lw.. | .uv: wlillh/ fniiii' \iili to ttiihStlfil. '
1 how each night: He lit-a augmented 1"-' '-'hI., .\\ ..nue lluvuah. I'" ,'IIII"'d' ]I ,
: the orchestra an'd the music in now 1 "luimlliuINI, to llllllliKhillilililli . . . .d
Smith( Ihi Itiiiil. ivl .
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: .Hlrtit Itllinlllk .iiliMi, tin \nl14i, ,. 1 tlIfltlt I' ( -
performance. 1 or n h.i .V. <' I. Itlilliniil(. not .. 4 .,if. I
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week these will be big doing!} at the ,"nil." 1.1' !-tl'f'" unit I I'Illlnulnaai. \\i l,
; inn Hlli.( I ILLi. I.gnu.: "I'hn iifil f
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5f .. i ? ? 'Ihentei hll.l. I width.( II.IMIIU' nine. '" I Ii I i i
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Hi the eiiy t and rue taking \ lnisttii:1 from \ _
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.' their snapped but (1011'11know 1 I Inih I Ii.IIIIIf'.1 i' li.s tin I . .mil, u. il. MlI'lllH ,I ;, 1'i ;' ,...'..:' "" ;, . I
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Harold Itukwoiul and ;\Iay Allison. _--1 I1 1I

I I ITurner, tif Inviiness, luuil DRY GOODS SHOES[ AND FURNISHINGS I

COUNTY BOARD Al- : ,(hoot> l mvptttoi" was a MMtoi, hereon ,,

Tu 1 ,'-cla and' \\.dll.clay l und with, i

(Couitv !Sulterinlendl11t (laiiine, , 1 E; t
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LOWS GALL TO STANDContinued
\'..\\,,.)II I hi \ixited' the srtioolin tin' I

( from PHRP 1) iiiiintiv whiih au 'till in > ,,--,uhf.-. For That Reason Everything Will Go Absolutely Without Regard to Cost e-
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; gan mill .1. K. ( nnn, of St\ Imid, and

,. F. W. Hill, or :Naiioossee; It\ was MINISTER

d'citled to tlllay the -.ill of tin lioiids STATESBORO i HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS 'I f

of this district. until after i tin Intls 1 GETS REAL HELP .

were received in order tfflio sine I that .

the cost of the work would not '('.''. n(.,'. J. Powell ;It-IU-How He Found 1

teed the bond I"hue, as the'! law i "- :New: Strength. to Give to I'.

quires) that the work must! l he tomplitetl HIM labors.. I BUTTONS! BUTTONS! BUTTONS! Ladies' and Children's Hose

fin t tin amount of hoods votetlH Rev J. Powell of Stiite boio .
.
sufTficd from stomach tioubles! so Gn"j ilr4''
1( is likely that the bonds will be. riously that thev affected\ his wOI.k.lie 4 Corsets Corsets 1 ; Large assortment of ,

sold In lots of $25,000: or $50,000 as struggled/ on under the handicap 1PJI; ,.hoier for ladies and

the work is done. v '-J., (' i as best ho could-hardlv realizing} r children the kinds always -

B. b:J.11!Evans'counl, ;' M rO){t .mol'.t. i,WRit peihapm hulling, just him how,,;,,f much j ....i..his'. sickness' I Corsets told:at lOc ISc,

Uratoi1!./-'prevented!l2l the jp Ono day] hOI len rhell ofiMavr'gsAVon.j| '20c, 2Sc and 50c per
diploma$aw8rded the county tfMhe derful H(-medy.Ulltook;; the first dose) |i 9 pair, will go'in tail sale 3-

"South Florida Fluq of IImpn, '-a-then:: decided to take the:full treatment .. at only .
of He wkote: 4SC assortment of -
largest and best exhibit piet.ervedprodw
",Sin('.. using the six I bottles of your 0... / ye: .s:
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wonderful rtnivdj I feel like another SCENTSA
h'. lioaid derided) , to hold a special man It. has. been quite a wonder tome MODARTLarge and AMERICAN LADYin u
Large assortment of buttons in all
meeting on 'fue-day.| April 1 IHth. toanass to know how one could( 1 Pave a ,
sltinath disease like mine and live sizes, colon, shapes some which sold
<' the i''suit of the bond ere( 1 various sires and styles. AUTOMOBILE GLOVES
ills. and do the work I did. I just escapedthe I at 10 and 15 cents per dozen, this
tion to I he held on April 1 '* I
opt luting table"Nnw I .51 U, at this
Regular $1.98 kind- sale_ _$1.09
A license to tipnate a toll hedge' !: 1 tan tat" what I please asd' """'R' These will at prices that
sure
I are
go 2.75 kind this sn'e' _
1.80
I CENTSA Regular -
over tho Ki-immco river near Itassenger it doesn't hint me night or day. 3
'! was irivin to IIi"'illilllll", Ma\r'8 Wonderful I Remedy gives I Ire CARDREMNANTS I p rt to move them. Regular 3.00 kind-this sale 1.55

his. tilling out a !satisfattoiv , man."t results for stomach liver. Regular 4.170 kind-this sale_ 2.00
upon
and<( intestinal ailments. Fat as mm M 4.50 land this sale_ '
Regular 2.55.
hondo 4 Ivtlutnse toveis n period of and whatever yoU \\I I.e. No more dis., h COME LOOK .

ten years and the fees to be (.barged' tress aftt eating! pressure of gas in ILADIES'
are us follow.: 'automobiles, $1 .01)), | the stomach and ul'tJu.'cI the heat Get A large lot of REMNANTS of all L AND YOU WILL MUSLIN DRAWERSRegular

double tt'jll11K 75 tents, horse and i one bottle of jour druggist now and i goods, all grades, color and prices
try it on an absolute l'uul'alltee-ir at ridiculously low figures. This is a
t ro cents. on hoi'se- I j 50c grade-------- 25c
wagon ; poisons J not satifefactorv money will bo re-
,\ back or afoot, 25 cent' i| turned. I veritable whirlwind of bargains. BUY[ Regular 75c grade _ _._ _ _ __ 3Sc

Come (Early y-and get Your Choice Regular $1.00 grade _ _ _ __ 45c

pp04rib+++ : -:-:+;.<..x: >*<-x:-:-:-4Classified !

I I I 1 / t LACES! LACES!! LACES!!! Children's Dresses TOILET SOAPSAll

t ; Advertisements t? Every Child's Dress( All the popular kinds, }

Thousands of yards of choice laces to select in the slock is included : usually sold at 5 centsa

". from at prices that will surprise you. Various ; in this sale LILY, ..
.
( .OOOOOO..OO. -:",X"---: -:-: :-:--:":":. .:. .....:-:-:-:.,. White Dresses cake, while it lastsCents
widths and qualities Gmg

( STA -LION FOR COLT SERVICE- i DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M 'tt hams. Lawns, etc 2
by4'ts Lot Two
LOT ONE
I Strong, intelligent, eentle, excellent -Tiller. -- -- -- Regular This u Cake

condition. Money refunded if no WANTED: >, I'IN'i:; : I I.OCS-Uehveiedto Cents price Sale
; Cents
colt 422 West Oak street6tf railroad at your shipping point. .25 .10 (
--- --- - -- - i 2 3 . 500 TUMBLERS 500
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r l' I For particulars. wrjite' to box 8't: y vQ w .50 .25
Yard
FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage Loughman Florida. 1'r-ill: S a Yard a .75 .35 '- Every one mutt -
; : close in ; $12 per month. E e-1 J go
E. Wells, Real Hstute; and Insurance $1.00 .50 1-I r to clear the tables
I FOH SALT:-ford I in Al
104 1'ossicl Ave .( The Inn). touting ear nJ $1.25 .6$ r- _1 for new goods.. Here
(condition at a baigain, at Iriffin'sGII"U.K' Lot Three Lot Four $1.50 ..75LADIES' ;:: I the
't FUn HALE OIL'TnADi: for purse and' Ifi 1 .tfI are prices:
"( wagon one 2 cy. liulck In good''r A } Y lOc value-5c each .

.r condition good( tires; must sell or 'OR SALE-One gray western mare, Cents Centsa CORSET COVERS5c 5c value-2 for 5c

trade at once A. M. Jones P O good, worker, driver and saddler; 4 5 Yard regular price-This Sale._15c
lit Yard
KlHBlniiiH'f
Dox 221 safe and dependable. 1 light 2, a 50c regular price-This Sale..25c

t EGGS FOR HATCHING;-Thoroujth-' (ftorse. wagon/\ with pole. Enquire A 75c regular price-Thjs Sale_35c 1 1ALCUM POWDER

", bred, Utility Barred ,JM\ mouth S. Nelson i I. 11.tf The I kind told by others

'1;., Rocks, 10 cents each. Fifty or FOR SAI: Kive-passenger Buick LOT OF ASSORTED GLOVES MEN'S COLLARSAll Viol.**' for 10 and IS cent One

: or more, 7 cents each King Poul- Large assortment of of tbe' popular Brandt, .
: trade gloves includingKid ptiucr
auto, or would for building ONE LOT BABCAPS\
try Yards, Lakeland, Fla. 1:)-(>tL.OST I lots. E. P. Golding, or GrimnGaral'e. Gloves, Silk Gloves, and enryGlen standard makes in assorted. rotor which U well known, in i ".

in the stockONLY sizes, while they last r..OF9 the full sized regulation .
A srold'bead neiklace The : 14-5tpd ..-
Cents
3 Each
.. CENTS cam, ONLY'
tinder will get reward by returningto i'O 5 I
WILL EXCHANGE 80 acre farm SCENTS EACH
the Gazette office. 1(5( -It A PAIR 5 Cents
Orange county with good buildings,

TO LET-Old grocery .atore. Best good fenced on 20 acres, running R

here Reduced' i cnt. W. G. Peck stream of water on place, for improved -

' .. ham, Box 162, St. Cloud. lo-2pd or unimproved. in Duval !
county Fla. Address V. C. Sever-
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.' FOR SALE CHEAP-Cooking range, ance, owner) Jacksonville, Fla. 16-2 QUALITY STORE Inc.

(' fin baker, nickel trimmed in perfect FOR EXCHANGE-Splendid 6-room tl
condition. 608 Bermuda Ave., !
house and fine truck garden, worth "
7.I: Blanchard. 16-1 pd $3500 to exchange for stock of
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FOR SALE-Automobile in first- groceries; also orange groves, C. W. DANN, Manager

:: 'eJU.;condition or will trade. In- stock' farms and city property forsale

: Jqam ,Br aker<1iA: Barclay, KUsiro- at bargain prices. Some for J J t '

;a.e ,, 8tf exchange., ,Nelson"a Realty Co. 16-lt Q ... "'A ... ...
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