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 21, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00747
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f. BASEBALL Special Session of Board Held on Tuesday and. Result of I;, Despite Ccntin ous: Round of Entertainments.. Members of

Election Officially Announced Kiss'mmee: Precinct Rolls .
t '1' 11 Association. find Time Transact Considerable Business;;

: CITY INCLUDED IN ORANGE BELT Up Big Vote of 181 For Bonds"and Only 63 Against BOARD OF Jacksonville Chosen as Meeting Place, Wh'le OscarT.

*' LEAGUE WITH BARTOW, LAKE Outlying Precincts Mostly-Against Bonds But TRADE FATHERS !
MOVEMENT TO START DETERMINED Conklin, of Miami, Was Elected Presi

( LAND AND WINTER- HAVENAND' Vote is Not a Heavy One FIGHT AGAINST ENEMY dent-Hospitality of City Praised .

: ASSOCIATION FORMED '- ", -. -- ....... ,
HERE TO FINANCE GOOD HOME Freeholders of all the county except District, and for Issuance of bonds EXPERT
'a t; TALENT CLUB. the Third Commisloner's District Ih the amount of $250 000 for paving What was aracte.hefbT the members attending as the most'largely

, ----- which had already taken similar certain' roads in said district 181yotts MEETING HERE. attended and successful meeting of the Florida Pre...Auociation: in the thirty
t f', action voted in favor of a against, 63' votes 7 votes
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of its existence close in
years came to a Kissimmee lastSaturday
WADE TUCKER AT HEAD (250,000 bond. issue for good thrown out.Precinct "
i. t roads last Saturday by a majority No.' 2, Shingle Creek total ASK BULKHEAD ACTION morning: '

of 67 votes. This vote also vote 18; for bonds 6 votes; against, The thirty-seventh annual meeting'held here was attended by*,larger

+ creates a special road and bridge district 12 votes; thrown out, 1 vote. number of members than any previous session, according to no less a ;
4p 'I'. r OTHER OFFICERS CHOSEN AT of the section named. Precinct No. 3, Campbell total vote COMMITTEE NAMED TO APPEAR age than T. J. Appleyard. State Printer and of the person'
ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AND The Board of County Commissioners 10: for bonds, 4 votes; against' ..; 'BEFORE CITY COUNCIL AND secretary organization'- .for'
ARRANGEMENTS" MADE FOR in voles thrown URGE THAT IMMEDIATE most of it* existence.
met special session Tuesday to ; out, 1 vote. I AND .w
I'URCIIASE OF UNIFORMS canvas the vote there being present Precinct No. 6, Whittier total-vote DEFINITE STEPS BE TAKEN The next meeting of the organization will be held in Jacksonville ,that

TWO RULES SALARIED WILL ALLOW MEN ON EACH ONLY R. V. Lanier, A. F. Rasa,.YoungTin- 16; for bonds 1 vote; against, 13 II LOOKING TO THE BUILDING. city being selected at the closing'session by a narrow margin of four votes
dall W. F. commissioners OF SEAWALL ALONG
and Walker LAKEFRONT
thrown out 1
votes vote. Pensacola. St. and
; over Augustine Tallahassee each entered
TEAM AND EXPENSES OF were into the
John S. Cad,l, attorney for the TOGETHER WITH A I
Precinct No.7, Bassenger total
,4 MAKING JUMPS. WILL BE board and J. L. Overstreet, clerk and vote 26.for; bonds, 0 votes againstbond. PARKED BOULEVARD contest but both withdrew in favor of Pensacola, which was represented by
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i J LIGHT. auditor. ; .,*26 votes; thrown out 0 votes.11 I Mrs. Lois K. Mayes, widow.of the late Col. Frank Mayer, of the Pensacola

e d Kissimmee will be included .in the Hon. E. L. Lesley, chairman of the Precinct No. 9, Lokosee total vote Two definite results were obtained Journal. When the ballot was canvassed the Jacksonville delegation which

" new Orange Belt Baseball League board being: absent upon motion of 5; for bonds 0 votes; against 5 votes; Iat I the meeting of the Kissimmee had! been first in the field suffered a few moments of suspense because pf the
R. V. Lanier, secohded by W. F. Wal-
rd of Trade held
thrown out 0 votes.
on Tuesday
,* which was formed at a meeting heldf fact that the early count showed Pensacola leading
l r ker, and carried, A. F. Bass, was appointed night both of which mean much to by a big margin.-
In Bartow last Sunday. The other chairman for the Precinct No. 10, Mulberry Sink: I i, Officers elected for the ensuing follows
special ses Kissimmee and Osceola county. One year were as : Oscar T. Conklin
Bart vote, 12 for bonds 6 votes !
cities included in the league are ; ;
.:. tow, Winter Haven and Lakeland sion.The against' 6 votes; thrown out 0 votes. of these was the fathering of a movement general manager Miami Herald, president; S. J. Triplett editor St.:. Cloud
board was called to order by The board having canvassed the ; to hold a "cattle tick eradica- Tribune vice-president Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson
" i It is expected another league will the chairman and all of the rtturnsof |tion" convention in this ; proprietor. Sarasota Times, ,.'
., be organized on the West Coast with election returns as provided by: law:': city on June treasurer Joseph H. Bradentown
; Humphries proprietor
the election held on the 15th day I' 12th -to which all the stock of ? Journal delegate : ,
. men
made the following order to-WIt.: "
Tampa in it and that the champions of April A. P. 1916 for tht this and counties the National Press-Association. ' '
purpose adjoining will be
Whereas the. returns from the election
of the will meet in -
two leagues an
1 d extended series for the championship of determining whether Commissioner's held on the 15th day of April invited. The other was the naming; A corresponding secretary will be named by the,, president, this office ;.,
:.. K a -of South Florida. ;' should Districts be "constituted number into 1, 2, 4 SpecialRoad and 5 A. D. 1916, within the district hereInafter of a committee to go before the city' having been added during the Session of the association. ,

f{ 'tr The president of the new league is and Bridge District, and a whether described have this day beencanvassed council at its meeting the first Tuesday f
night in May and that immediate
the board of urge
MSy Cliff Harper of Bartow and the secreF county -
t bonds in tho amount of
"' i tary-treasurer is Joe Le Vay of Lake- $250,000 commissioners of Osceola county and definite action be taken 'Hospitality of Kissimmee :
a-f> for pavingcertain roads in said district '
''.. i r' land. The schedule covering two ; Florida at a special meeting of such upon proposition to bulkhead :
: should issue thereon
t') ; months with two games fir week, having board called for that purpose, and Lake Tohopekaliga and build a boulevaM -
j been delivered to the board the board
the St. Cloud
:k. will begin May 18. Cliff Harper, proceeded to canvass the returns. Whereas the board of county commissioners Both along waterfront. the Editors'
with unanimous
". ,, Fred Bass and Doc Henley form a have found that a majority propositions met
The result of the election by precincts and enthusiastic Hospitality such as was. accorded Therefore
\ committee on schedule and constitution of the votes cast at said election support expressions I be It resolved by- the
follows: from those present the visitingeditors by Kissimmee and Florida Press Association'in
and It is to were in favor of creating such'di.tri convenotion
1 _Precinct No.1. Kissimmee. total .- VThe called for St. Cloud was duly appreciated the R
', put the league under the protectionof said into a special rood and bridge meeting was the by assembled that a risingvote of
vote 261 for constituting district members of the association
,: .the*National Commission, if pos- into sT Special Road.and Bridge (Continued on' page 12.) thheryccoommit going chad in report of shown in the following resolutionadopted : Trade thanks and i extended newspapermen to the Board Kisslm of .

J aibie. the entertainment of the Florida by a rising vote of the to .
Kissimmee represented at the -- ---- entire muse the G. A. R. Post and Wom
roeteing in Bartow was by Fred Bass, W.I. Press Association. A* chairman, ofthat membership: an's Civic Club, of St. Cloud to the ,
: 'iNI CR BEorLo1jt'TOBEGIVENAT committee ,Whereas the Florida Press Association l.
W. T. Goodyear, Lawrence W. B. Harris made a ladles of the Kissimmee Woman's
Barber t
, 'Tress and Josh Barber.It report of the success which attendedthe assembled' in annual convention Club for'the reception tendered to +
i is to convention and the bills received at Kissimmee April IS, 14and i the ladies attending the meeting and
-each Tuesday the plan, and' ,play Thursday games one on GRAYSTONE WEDNESDAY EVENING by J. S. Cadel secretary sold treasurer 15, has been the recipient of unbounded to the business men and very individual ' )'

+ ,i at home and the other on' theAt Of the board' were examined and hospitality and numerous courtesies in both cities that have aided i
game .
road. .._- approved.C. at the hands of the carious in the entertainment of the convention -
a meeting held Monday night -- '" A. Carson, as chairman of the civio and commsrcibl organizations in session' April 13, 14 and 14th a

t' the State Bank a baseball ass "The Microbe of Love," a thrilling Bridget O'Hooligan' Mrs S. H. Bui.,good roadi and bond committee. reported and individuals and ,Therefore be it further resolved I l
ation was formed with J. Wade musical comedy in which a large lock. '. that the election for the creation.of Whereas each member' has been that these resolutions 1 be spread on
Tucker as president Roma Thomas, number of young people of Kissim- I Mr. Newly Wed Mr."O. C. Pearee. ; a special road district and afforded a most pleasant visit to Kis. the minutos and a copy furnished the.
treasurer and E. iL Naugle, secretary moe will take part, will be presentedat Mrs. Newly Wed Miss Helen Jones.' of $260,000 for good roads simmee and Osceola county; press of the state ,'
e Those presentat the meetingwere the Graystone Casino next Wednesday Musical Nnatbers. has carneci.nd, that the committeewas -- .-. -' ,Y f r'z: i I.. :
- : J. Wade Tucker, C. L. Bandy evening April 26th. This gratified at the result. ," :
The Plaint. Cost
Fred Bass, Edgar Katz P. K. Weaver mirth-provoking extremely'ilhdi- The Married Spinster's Man. Mr. Carson then-called attention-to tHigh Living" is. Given.: .
the importance of the fight to eradicate :1:
J. D. Jeffords, W. I. Barber, Lawrence with local hits and \
I Love
e situations. The is Yeu Truly. the cattle tick from Florida and '
Tress, Marion Carson Roma crous play being for Attention by Florida Editors'
Looking a Man. suggested that meeting of thj cattlemen '
I' ; Thomas John Schmidt C. W. Griffin given for the benefit of the Christian The .
; Naugle church and should attend. Bug. of this and adjoining counties '''The "high cost of :.'
E. E. and Lewis O'Bryan. everyone The Microbe of Love. living" as applied Association hereby requests Its .'rep
be held fat
Arrangement were made at the Admission prices will be 15, 25 and Kissimmee at some early to the of Florida... resentatives la Congress to
newspapers begin
i @ Miss Lucy Buckets piano; Mr. I... date. He also suggested that Dr. E. by ;
uniforms 86 cents.
I meeting for the purchase of II. Armstrong ., director of given attention the State resolutions or other, manner, an'ex
. -, Cast of'Characters : ,comedy; M. Nighbert. of the Bureau of Animal by Press
;' and severel.plsyen' considered :
were t
haustiveinquiry into
Miss director of; the present high
Priseilla Bishop Industry XJ4: S. Department Association While this attentionwas
1 for the salaried positions on' the team. Prune', Miss Edna. price of paper and other materials x
I The local players who. will be given Schweikart. Program: Agriculture, be Invited to address the not directed to food the articles 'entering into the conduct of the
,. -try-outs were also discussed. lots Fraud. Miss Lola Lawler. Music-violin selection Miss Helen meeting.His referred to are meat and bread to the business and that the secretary -
Treasurer Thomas named the following Levie Lang Miss Padgett. Jones. suggestion was immediately business of publishing a newspaper. be instructed to communicate
i aid him in raising Sophia Sweetgum, Miss Etta Wither- Solo Mr. J... H. Armstrong.Act taken 'up and acted upon favorably. The .resolution adopted on this subject the action of this body to. the said
the.. funds necessary to finance' : 1. Scene laid in Spinsters' He was'' instructed to ascertain if Dr: was as follows: members of congress both in the Sn-
the proposition: Edgar Katz P. K. LillseLonesome, Miss 'Eleanor Ken- club room. Important business of Nighbert could attend' a meeting to Resolved that the Florida Press ate and House_of
Weaver and W. I. Barber. This committee ton. securing husbands. Introduction be held on Junt 12th. If be can c-t- 1
has been at work this week' Wanta Mann Mrs. H. C. Stanford. Madam Hymen Cupid. tend, the_ convention_ will_ be calledon -
i and expects to easily raise the money Miss Ella May Gilbert, Miss Maud Intermission. that date. However, it was arranged Hahd of Death Removes Members
r r necessary. The rules of the league I Thomason Miss Rhea Pherigo Miss Song-Miss Bishop, .that if that; date is not convenient ::1
allow the visiting club $25 from the Lola Kenton Miss Abby Harris, Mrs. Act 2. Scene laiin Bachelors' some other+date wiU be
.S home club for each game which the Prances, Miss Lottie Lawler. club' room. Solemn initiation of I named which will meet with his ap- Of Press During the Past, YearDeath 'f
gate receipts will care for. This Bachelors' Club. members. Discussion of Ways and j proval. It is the plan to discuss the .
r. amount will pay the traveling expenses Billy Bachelor president, Marion, Means of avoiding deadly peril of question with a view. to some con- Invaded the ranks of the'.;and C. A.: Choate. of Tallahasseeand -
certed action to eradicate the cattle Florida Press Association during
of the clubs when on the road Farmer. matrimony.Intermission.. the >
and only: the salaries of two paid men Very Bold Mr. Pledger. tick from Osceolaii: county. past year and removed two of its val Whereas the decease of these:
and incidental expenses will have to U. B. Careful. Mr. Ira Best. Solo with chorus-The Love Bug- Earl Lupfer, representing the Kis ued members. With'due brethren is keenly) felt as a' persona!.
: $ l>e paid from the subscription list J I Bobby Bashful, Mr. Albert Bearden. Dr. J..W. Simpson. simmee Gun Club appeared before reverence" to loss by each and every member of-,
Dr. Garden tho board and stated that the city their memory the organization! passed the organization be it therefore "
j which the committee. is now preparing. Simon'Shy. J. W. Simpson.Mr. Act 3. Scene. Mrs. Hymen resolved -,?
A. W. Wiron Cupid innoculates unsuspecting bach-- council and board of county commissioners the following resolutions: by the Florida 'Press Association 'Y

Madams Hyman duped, Miss Betty elors with lovo-bug. Realization ofSpinster' ) had donated $100 each to the Whereas, within the past twelvemonths that our expression of respectand
\ Fund for entertaining the Florida sympathy bo extended the bereaved .
Pherigo. fopd hopes. Madam Hy- to 4
the hand of death
;4OSCEOLA HIGH WINS Trapshootera Association at the first has removed
members of
Mr. Hen Peck Prof. Harris. men Cupid's terrible'' diw lntment respective +
annual tournament to be held-here from 'our midst two of eur oldest families and that of those
Mrs. 'Hen ,Peck Mrs. Henry Ault- Solo with chorus-"Looking forMan a on a copy res-
1. man' ," Miss Susie Speer. May 18th and 19th. He asked that and most highly esteemed members- olutions bo, spread upon the' official e
t FROM HAINES CITY Pat .O'Hooligan'Mr. Cal McCaughen.PRELIMINARY I The Microbe of Love-Grand An ''e. the board donate $50 .to tho same B. E. Prevatt, of the DeLand Record ,minutes.
: v fund. This tho board agreed to do. --
While speaking in regard' to the "
g The Osceola High School baseball "tick' eradication convention" Mr. Woman's Club Entertains
team won from the Haines City team also mentioned the bulkhead- I"'i'
Thursday afternoon on the atter'si ;Ing proposition. Mr. Lupfer also call-
grounds by a score of 8 to 3. It re- ( ed attention to what prominent win- Among Visitors to Press MeetingDuring :

quired eleven innings to decide the COMMENCEMENT OF SCHOOLS ter visitors! !) hacL regard to thispropoeitiQn. the ,
ii ; contest, the score standing 8 to 3 at HI. talk brought forth I Firday morning session sounding name keeps' saying 'Kiss- t'
the end Of the regulation nine nl.11ln8' enthusiasm and resulted in a motion while the press gang was occupied immeeKissimmee; and if you
4t The Kissimmee boys scored -- by W. B. Harris that a committee< be with the weighty problems confronting will listen you may hear the lapping \ TM
y r five &runs in the first half of the eleventh Preliminary plans have been arranged The members of the graduating named to call upon the city councilat i them the ladies accompanying w.ten.ef. To-ho-pe-ka-li-ga, saying. ; ,
inning and then held the Haines for the commencement exercises class are as follows: Dollye-Alberta its next meeting for definite and the members were tendered"a reception 'Come .p --come again/
{ of'the Kissimmee schools Alford, Helen V. Bass, Kathleen V.. the I
0 City Team scoreless in the last half. immediate action upon this question.: by Kissimmee Woman's dub "The doors of our: Kissimmee'
The of the events will be Btarden, Ethel Marie Parah E. The in the Hart .
Boyd MemoriaL
Tiller pitched a fine and struck program motion also included instructions As the guests homes are open to hearts of art
out three in the game ninth and eleventh as follows: Clark E.! Maurine Dann Mary Ethel to tht committee that it might pledgeto arrived they were received by Mrs.S. our women are' so Indebted to the gigantic '
.' men Friday evening, April 28, 8 o'clock, Gilbert, Frank S. Calkins Will Mason :. the city council the moral supportof B. Aultman president .of the W. motor power of the press, and''
The high school boys will Sanford annual declamation contest. Tiller Martha Belle Harris Mary the board and tho further promise C. T. U., and Miss Elizabeth Done-, for their constant help in the '
High :; Monday a flay Small admission fee will be chargedto Celeste Moieley Edythe B.N swon- that if any legal complications; gan president of the Hart Memorial up of all humanitarian welfare (the
and Haines City here next Thursday. cover commencement expenses. ger Lilian M. Prentis, Orpha D. Rose arose the board would secure the services Corporation who presented them to i I((work for which the woman's club t
Thursday evening 'May 4, 8 o'clock, Bertha Grace Winn George S. Cooper of some law-firm of state-wide Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willson president stands), that we'' feel no honor'toGo'. '
THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAYWe recital by department of expression ,- Arthur B. Jarrell and Tony Bjs- prominence to assist hte'' city attor of the Woman' club. She was assisted ,great to confer upon you as we also

the undersigned agree to close Miss Elizabeth Aultman teacher. gero. ney. by. Mrs .W. B. Makinson and feel a gratitude to you for honoring,
our. places of business every_Thursday Friday morning, May 5, 8:30 President': Stanford named, on that j I Mrs. Clay Johnson. After some time us with your presence. 4
during the period from May. 1st o'clock, promotion exercises for the BANKS WILL OBSERVE THURS committee! the following! W. B..Harris pent in social chat, Mrs E. E. Nan- "Without the state preai'with'the
l 1016 to October lat, 1918; whole school. DAY AFTERNOONS AS HALF I C. A. Carson and J. 15. Lupfer. ,gle introduced Mrs. who welcomed charm of the poetic! pencil of its editorial ,rt a
jStRx-S. Floyd- -, Friday-morning May 6, 11.o'clock. HOLIDAY ,-- l ., the..visiting ladies Kissim force this Florida of ours, with
., Julia L. Bass, jf.t;>_ .i.',' ', Eighth tirade. graduation. '_ . Mrs." W.,.C..' Williams,. 4 Flub DI'', mee and presented a. key of the city all. its wonderful ,beauties; and remarkable ,
*G. M.- Taylor ; : t.' Friday evening.. May 5, -8 o'clock, ,Commencing ThursdayMay4,\and N. -Y., Mrs H. .Carpenter'.and. two to Mrs.-& Codrington ,: Joy'Mak: progress,'would soon be
,Central Market recital by department of music-Miss continuing through the . summer children Miss Ssda and William, of inson,' the, wee daughter' .,of. Mr.,and like',the 'L at Atlantis/-forgetton by
C. .W. Griffin .. Myrtilla .F.,B als. teacher. : months .the afternoons .4 will Buffalo N.-Y.. left UatJThnrsday for Mrs. WV B. Makinson, carried. ,the I the world,' and' this ''much-sought-for 11
City Market Sunday.morning. May 7, 11 o'clock, ob.erv.l Thursday i as-half Daytona and lot .A1Ig'a. ne-te 'spend, key.',;Mrs.'Wlllson said: -_- .,state,of the,Southland would....
X141 Waters& Carson Gro.' Co. commencement sermon. in auditorium holiday," closing their'doon for, business \ some ,,limo.. Mrs+- Williams will return The JtI"( m.. Woman's| club ex aarlly"'return to wilderness days.
by Dr. A. J. Holt. > ; at 12:00 o'clock noon. .-" . to.1.1".... and the remainderof tends to the visiting womenof "To Mrs Chris. O,,Codrfngton.'' "
i.J.. J. J. MeCranieof Orlando, was a Mondayevening.: May 8, ,8oJclock': STATE BANK-OF ,KISSIMMEE. the '-party, will continue to their the Florida State"Press Association. ,''wife ,of'thehonord* president ?;:the ,,
f .. visitor here. '*+" High School graduation'exercises."" CITIZENS BANK:OFj KISSIMMEE. home.' : *;;; "" "4;. ' .
l, Monday t' ' ,,. I LV, ;, "r'; ,.I "his'Ilttl.'dty"of'the\ sweet (Goitlnu.d"oarPg.-Tbrei., ) }''t1;", "
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I I after the hay is cut or after the pasture Miss Jennie Wade, head buyer for, All eggs should be tested by the

KANSAS SOLON GIVES [Is abandoned, as the case may two departments in a large St Louis seventh day, which often makes it ,...,

St. Cloud i i I be, the land is disked well and velvet department store rose to her present possible to reset some of the hens.
:' PRAISE TO W. J. SEARS I beans or eowpeas are sown. Itmay position from a casli girl. Soft tulle frills finish some of the

\ be necessary to raise two cropsof long, close sleeves.Pile .
, I eowpeas to keep the land occupied The growers at Myakka have organized

NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY- FROM OUR OWN CONGRESSMAN W. A. AYRES OF By the time corn is planted the following an association to handle their Cured In 6 to 14 Days
EIGHTH DISTRICT OF WESTERN I in car-load Iota. A sufficient ..
the Bermuda will crops Your drna-rlal will rrfiind ? ft PASO
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTMr I STATE. WRITES A. S. NELSON spring grass will be insure the OINTUHNT lalla lo cure mar .CM of IIrI.....
OF HIS APPRECIATIONOF be dead, smothered. acreage planted to Blind Biedl.gor Pr __n_. I shipments The first application Hr.. HaM awl S-. JOc.
I' CONGRESSMAN FROM THE i If any one should want to start '
IfaU-her( spent Tuesday in Or. grounds in center and big amusement FOURTH FLORIDA DISTRICT. eradication this he could t
i be ideal I spring plant I _. ___. _._ .
Undo. I stand. This will an placefor : i n nu---- H
'the legumes. If, for reason, be
4tfi of July celebrations and
Miss' Ruth Bass spent Tuesday in'amusements of all kinds. I( Congressman W A. Ayres of the did not want to grow legumes he I
Eighth District, Kansas, has written '
could plow the land shallow and
Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury who have the following ]letter to A. S. Nelson pasture -
W. Bruno of Runnymede, was in spent the winter, in the Wonder City, of this city: hogs on the upturned roots of
our city on N edmesday.W. left last Saturday for St. Johnsburg, I House of Representatives U. S.. I the grass Several shallow plowings
: Vermont. I Washington, D. C. March 20. 1916 I II could be made during the season to :
I. Barber of Kissltnmee. .was a Mr. A. S. Nelson. KiSBimrnee Flo. I I
St. Cloud visitor on Wednesday. Mrs. Zimmer and daughter. }Nellie I I Dear Friend: While I have not give the hogs a better chance at the ,
who hate spent the put )"earin; St. heard from you since I wrote you roots. Then the grain crops could be I I
Mr*. Remington I left Wednesdayfor Cloud, left Tuesday morning for Elmira last, at the same time I am very sown in the f.lI.'CALIFORNIA. FORCORN rt:
her borne in Chicago 111. N. Y. 'I'I much j interested in another matter
and will, write you again without
Charles Griffin of Kissimmee. wasa Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Elliot and son, I I waiting for an answer to my former'' '
St. Cloud caller on Wednesday. who have been spending the winter. ''letter. ; FRUIT IS
here left Monday for their home in ,,tA.
Harris and Mrs. I I You wrote me early in the sessionto
Nrs. Jesse
Hoffman,, spent Tuesday in Orlando. Nebraska* II I i I Sears look which up your I did Congressman and have, become Joseph I i BARRED FROM FLORIDA PHOSLIME has given better yields on CORN ,
Prof. Dorsey and wife. Misses Fle-
Mr. and Mrs. Jenison left Saturdayfor da and Lottie DoohtUe motored to well acquainted and I might say than any other source of Phosphoric Acid"p..,
their home in Kennebunk. Maine. ,, friends as near as friends could be
Beach last '
Uaytona on Saturday returning Gainesville.-Owing to the
'for such a short acquaintance. I prevalence IMMEDIATE :
J. T. Kinser, who has been here for : on Sunday. I II' I I have found him to be a hard working, in California of the disease I DELIVERY NOW
tome time, left Monday for Tennes- I' Messrs. W. N. J. H. energetic Congressman and doing his known as brown rot of lemons and'oranges
.es I' B. F. Rails Garner and A. Dieffendorf Ferguson I>.very best to faithfully represent his '' the State Plant Board ofFlorida Price F. O. B. Plant In Bags :
I : at its meeting at Gainesville
'district. lie is on the floor of the
motored after-
and Lewis. O'Bryan of to Kissimmee Monday ion the 10th inst.. adopted the following CARLOAD LESS THAN
Mayor May 1 I noon on business.Mr. House all of the time Congress is in CARLOAD.if
I' .
s Kiasitnmee, were St. Cloud callers on 1 seccion, unless very urgent business rule: I $9.00 Per Ton $IO.OO Per Ton :f:"
? Monday... I and Mrs. S. W. Porter Mr. and ,calls him to his office. I am. as you The shipment, transportation or :
Mr. and Mrs. Mahoney of Sanford j.Mrs. G. II .Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. know, a close observer: and I do not carrying of any and all citrus fruitseither WRlir floR BOOKLET
George and Mrs Goodrich picnickedat know of a new Congressman that has by common carters dining or I
are visiting at the home of Mr. and Fells Point on Sunday.Mrs. +made a more favorable impnesion and buffet cars, railway companies: or individuals "

Mrs. Ryan. who is more desirous of doing his into the State of Florida I FLORIDA SOfT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO. i iBox (
Mr. Lord and Mr. Rogers, of Orlando Ella Bunker and Mrs Lauren:I I whole duty aa is Mr. Sears. I from the state of California, is here
of St. the fora I by prohibited on account of the
St. Cloud visitors on Augustine, wens guests My understanding ,la that he baa prevalence '
r Tuesday.Mr. were. few days last week of Miss Eda L. some opposition at home in the* Democratic in that state of the disease 462 Ocala Honda <.. ,
Epple on Carolina avenue. primary. I do not know why: known as Brown' Rot of lemons and '
and Mrs. A. El' Drought anddaughter unless it .is the fact that he is a, ...nces (Pythiacystis citrophora.)" 0 0 0 0.0 0 o_ '_' ...i . . . .. 1,' . .__
} M. Mr.
Ir. and Mrs. F. Balcom. Considerable alarm is felt by the : .I'
Wednesday in and feel that .
; Alice spent : young man they they _
and Mrs. Rice who have been spending
of fruit .
growers citrus in Florida regarding ,
to ., ,
Kisaimme&t -the winter[ here left Saturday for might get .som. one represent the increasingdestnzMieegpas ." ,'',' "" ,
: them better. Asa matter of fact, .
i W. J. &.rs.of Kissimmee, was in their home 'at Boston, Mass .- this is where in my opinion that district of brown rot in California and it M
hands is realized that the introduction and -.:-:
our city on Wednesday shaking. Messrs.'Frank Walker.'Ed. Underhill would make a mistake. Sears
"A+ with: his ,many friends.Janes' Henry Savage and Julian Monts- has it in him to develop ,into an 'excellent establishment of this disease in Flor- "'i
ida would cost the state hundreds of '.
Sag and Mr. Kyler went to doca, of Whrttiar and Fort Bassen- Representative" and as thousands of dollars. ':
to attend ameting were St. Cloud visitors on Tnes- southern Representative, or in other
Monday evening Sr words coming from This timely action -on the part of
a Representative
of the Odd FeUows. ;
a Democratic district could be kept Plant Board will doubtless meet .
Mrs Burroughs, who baa spent the I Will Ryan and wife Charles Ryan here for years insofar as any Republican with the approval of all who realize '
and wife J. II. and wife is concerned. This the importance of the citrus growing 'j'
1f' winter here, left Wednesday for her Ferguson opposition
home at Worcester county, 11.... Mr. and Mrs. Mahoney, went in a is where the South gets the best of industry in this state. Call '
band picnicked at Narcoossee on it. Their representatives are here for 'Phone
1 Mrs Hoffman, who hat her home years and can give more service ..
here starts Thursday morning to through becoming rienced. than .
spend the summer in southern Illinois Frank Gwynne of Carmichaels, those from the West where, they are
Pa, who has been spending the win- changed every' two or four years. I For Congress
c ter at Lakeland is the guest for a believe if the people of Sears' district ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Clark :who few days of Mr. and Mrs G. W. knew what an earnest and energetic -
have passed a pleasant winter in our Daugherty.Mr. Representative they had he 1 Fourth District
eitr. left Wednesday for Beaver City, would have little I
or no opposition.
and Mrs. E. T. Harden and
i N eb. V Mrs. N. S. Davis who have do not hesitate to say that you will "
Mr. and Mrs Tom Towlerton. Mr. passed a pleasant winter in our city, make no mistake in doing what yon V
and Mrs. Roby. Mr. and Mrs. Eckley left on Saturday for their home atKennebunk. can to help re-nominate and re-elect 1 1I

a.y.picnicked at Nareoossee on Wednes- Maine.RESOLUTIONS. him.This is voluntary on my part and of : ii. ]

- not solicited by Mr. Sears. He mere-

Mr. and Mrs. Will Drawdy and OF RESPECT 1" mentioned the fact a few minutes Sanford t
Miss Ruth Bass motored to Okeecho- ago on the floor of the house that be J

bee on Wednesday spend a. few Whereas, Miss Dalma Graham de- was going to have opposition at home I (rakJ __Hi in.*) >"
days parted this life Sunday, April 9-, 1916, and. of course, it worried me some '
and was a faithful and valued member owing. to the fact that he is confined I
Mr. and Mrs John Houston left on of the Ladies Aid Society,of the here attending his duties, while the
Wednesday morning to spend a week First Baptist church of Kissimmee; other fellow is at home gj 3ng attention - i

or Beach.two with friends at Coronado Therefore, be it resolved, by thissociety politics.and I naturally I am have so situated.sympathyfor myself MANY SEE: MIRACLES
that we record oar appreciation -
A baseball company is being or of the genuine worth and personal two him.Republican As you candidates know I in have my district had IN GEORGIA "So the People Know"The I
May '
ganged here this week. They have excellence of our well beloved sister ever since thirty days after theelection '
options on two tracts and -will push and that while we bow submissively I.
w things forward and have one of the to the will If our Lord that I will two be glad years to ago.hear from at Sufferers Rescued Swiftly After Hop t,
'.. best ball parks in South Florida. still oar hearts are wrungwith grief time and will also be Clad you to Had.. Faded and Log Treat. t
They propose to have an automobile at the separation we- have been called any cats Failed. Valley Gazettes desire[ is to
know that have
to endure you regained your print all the news all the time, but t
speedway circle of asphalt, with ball health. Sufferers all over the state of Georcia "
Miss Dalma Graham was born on With kindest regards to yourselfand i have found a ready deliverance card unless items are sent in by phone
March 7, 1872, professed faith in faaiil from the ills of stomach troubles peculiarly or letter we cannot hope to get'J
remain. It
Christ and united with the Baptist Very truly yours common in the south. *llv.lf you know of any item of l lnt"ws
LIYVERLAXActs church at the age of twelve, and all W. A. AYRES. Remarkable stories of health regained The alley Gazelle will be very
glad to
through UrfSe years has been a faith- are told by hundreds who have print it. y..
ful and consistent Christian and de- SHADE RIDS FIELDSOF used Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It Club Society Lodge, Church
voted church member. She was a BERMUDA GRASS it a remedy with a record. The first School notes; people going or ."')
(. Surely Safely constituent member of this society, dose is always proof to any stomach coming back; marriages deaths sway or
and was for several years the faithful sufferer who tries it. It 'is quick. births., items concerning: or
and efficient of The standard remedies for Bermuda visitors
superintendent Here are what two users say: building operations, real estate deals
Just because you are feeling the illeffeeta I the home department of our Sunday grass infested fields are shade REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro. Ga."I neighbors moving[ in or going out. anrj :.t
of a torpid liver is no excuse schooL She lived an unselfish life and freezingThis far south the just escaped the operating table. in fact anything that will make The. .I

{r for baying a harmful medicine that of highly service honored to her and Master deeply, regrettedby and died freesing- not practicable. Shadinc, Now I can eat what I please. I would Valley Gazette more Interesting to Its ,7;
be if with readers.
has brought physical decay to thou- all who knew her. is the method recommended by W. C. : stomach glad trouble everybody could learn of your i-

sands. Calomel is dangerous and as Resolved further that we spread on Etheridge, professor of agronomy in The Valley Gaiette's motto is: "So 4.

1 t' ,everyone knows has very disagreeable -, our records this tribute to her manors the University of Florida College of I s.A.liSTA THOMAS, 55, La France the People May Know," and to that
and weakening effects Medical and send to her bereaved family, Agriculture. Fall grains such as oats 8"-. Atlanta, Ga--"I have taken your end we ask your co-operation. r''" ,
of five sisters a of these resolutions five week It... done
copy remedy me
science has found a nataral vegetable expressing- them oar sympathy -i i and rye followed in the spring by a much good I fed like I hardly knowpermanent ;fh-}:!

,remedy, CRIGSBYS HT-VER-LAX. ia their loss, and that we commend fan season crop: of legumes willBcuaUy my strength my appetite is fine." 'Help Us Boost Kissimmee" PIt
-t '.that thoroughly cleanses. the liver to them her shiainr:: exampleof torn the trick. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy rives
.... bowels withoajt rsaiing: any bad aa unselfish life. Finally resolved The sod is plowed ia the fall and results for stomach liver \ .. S4e
c that we request the aTlssimmee Valley and.. intestinal aOmenta. Eat aa Dada ,"
feaUatv Children- ,CIUt e it with CaxetU and the Florida Baptist the grain acre, If the. grain crop iapastaied and whatever you Hkeu No more distress !

Jporfeet safety. Every bottle guaranteed. Witness to publish those ....-u-a. most of the young1 Bermuda after eanar.'piossuie of gas ia

: 50c and"*1 a botch ;None gen- I Mrs.. A. X Bolt that &ow* itself vOl be':tajttred by i the atomach and arovnd tho heart.; ,,,..,

tlas ritssot'the lii-aniM -and signa- JIn. F. Co Bryan grating; or if the grain crop is sod Get on* bottle ., yea.. druggist aw -
It abeoUito
".'P' tar of I* L Grtcaby.. For aay by Mr. Belle Mode :for hay it will ...... the Bermuda ... and not try satisfactory ew aa money guaranteeIf will bo r.a .--

\, p.aeL J'IIanuq., :Irv ..' a ." .. CcpiittM.Jf ,tit late im Uo ....... launediately ,....... .

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a 'y 44 nas. .; : j h.,l % . $11! 5P'Y oory, ltiGt AS ,a jr

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; r :"7 FLORIDA[ PRESS ASSOCIATION Dr..: Hulley Address Humil

!. ,, ,NEW MEMBER; AND OLD I LinT: Editors Filled With '

: WHO' A TTENDED MEETINGThe Dr. Lincoln Hulley president of', other sent him, a poem. *Give Me ...
HOLDS ANNUAL SESSION HEREContinued i Stetson University; DeLand deliver- Back My Own." lie ,did. Anothersent

new members of the Press Association eJect 'd here were as ed two fine addresses during the him a'1 poem requesting that"he
of the Florid Prose Association with criticism
meeting return.
right away as
{ from Page 1) > follows: Clayton C. Codring. Newt DeLand: A.. P; Jordan. Herald. last wook. At the reception the author had other irons in the fire.He .
I Punta Cords.; E. .E. Naugle. Valley Gazette Kissimmee f Mrs. N. MPrange ,. I given at tho Kissfmmee Golf and wrote on the margin "take out
,I I t' State Press, Association, and representing had been planned b-c the members of Agricultural News Service Wilson &: Toomer Fertilizer .Com Country Club' Thursday, nigb\ Dr. the.Iron and Insert the poem. An-
l as she docs, this splendid the club, who requested Miss Spear i, delivered his on Riley other editor advertised in
,- I, body of women it is my great pleasure to sing "A Night Love Song," a como ], pany Jacksonville; W A. Allen Largo; O. M. Johnson. Metropolis, and Hullcy the Home Polks," which' provedone we row use ame' a Re despairvfor .
l-3 to 'present: in the name of the position by a distinguished'' author Jacksonville; L. L Lucas, Tribune St. Cloud; Charles H. Woodruff, of the most enjoyable features of "Spring Poetry no longer received,
Kissimmee Woman Club the key .of'' and Indiaa ftrcitalist.; Albeit secureJ GaleJ Advertising Manager Heard National Bank, Jacksonville; M. Arter, that entertainment. At the banquet for we now use steam boat, not
1 ,the city. This key,will unlock to each embodying an original song Independent St. Petersburg; J. W. Traer News and Star. Cocoa; M. at the Graysfone hotel Friday evening stoves." ,
and alt of door at any hour from the Seminole Indians of Florida
\ you any Dr. Hulley was. the principal i Another editor a entitled
N. Beeler Agricultural News Service Experiment Station. Gainesville I' got poem
and at any time whether in ,the during a .personal visit at their ; speaker. Tho prelude to this address 'Why Do I Live. lie returned I it.
r blackness of the night, or in the hour,,homes. In recognition of Mrs. Will Mrs. Lois K. Mayei Journal Pensacola; D. Stratford Scadeng. Herald was.again filled with quotations from saying "Because you send your stuff
r of shimmering sUfl8hmer and inside son'. influence in securing ths: visit, Hastings;' J. ,T. Lewis, Tribune Raiford; C. W. Ellington. Sentinel Riley and other authors. .The part by letter. and do not come in person.
the portals you will a cheerful, the song has. been dedicated to her. of .this speech referring .directly t<> i 4. The Editor's Blunders.
v Orlando; George J. Rice Call, Okeechobeej: J. J. Bir<:h, Breeze. New
,homelike and hospitable WELCOME. At tha close of the program Mrs. .
newspapers and newspapermen was They say there ia one old editor.
r4b ." II: C. Stanford Mrs. S. 11.. Bullock Smyrna;' Mrs. E. E. Wells correspondent. Kmimmee; E. G. Vans a* follows: ,j chap in I Canada who is now 103 years'old.
..; "l -< Mrs. Codrington charmingly re'sponded Mrs. Howard Kat> and Mrs. J. 1* Agnew Valley Gazette Kissimmee; Miss F, C. Bouchelle., .Record, All the sunshine laughter, smiles He has made so many typo-
on behalf of the press association Overstreet served dainty sandwicheswith DeLand; L ,W. Bloom Herald. Howey. and tears that I have ad far indulged grapiCAl errors that he is afraid to
1t as well as the visiting ladies. .coffee followed by an ife course. Honorary Member*-Judge A. O. Wright Jacksonville Dr. Lincoln irt, gentlemen you will please forgive. ,dU. One editor called a fellow editor
A musical followed including The entire membership of the club I I
r program Now, I am ,going>> to get down to an "ass" and then signed! himself
V'f vocal numbers by. Miss Susie acted as hostesses: during this func ) Hulley. president! Stetson University, DeLand. "brass tacks and say something ."Yours fraternally." Whtjn a dear,

Spear: accompanied by Miss 'MyrtillaBeals tion.Pretty serious.' From now on I haven't an good lady of the village church passed
) 5 '. ; a comet solo by Prof. Marks ribbon badges in the club I All of the members, both active and honorary were' present in original idea. Everything I, say is aVay, the editor attempted to say
'. accompanied by Mrs. R. DaWitt Colors of green:. and yellow bearing addtion: the following old member and other interested in gleaned from men or,your own craft..,,"she died;;; of general debility," but theprinter's
If. tp
Brown and a violin selection by Mr. the letters K. W. C. (}Klasimmee persons- 1. The Editor's Shortcomings., I devil got it mixed, and said
:lirown,. with Mrs. Brown at the piano. mans Club) were presented to all WO'I the newspaper of Florida: The.only Indians all dead. she died of "general deviltry/' Jones
good aro
.A pretty surprise, for Mrs. Willson favors. R. H. Glenn. Journal. Daytona; W. W. Carter. Journal. Pay Ion a; Same is true of editors. The evangelist grew very sick. The editor set up
---- I T. M. LaHatte. Keystone Type Foundry Atlanta; Arthur Green. paper asked If anyone ever knew a an account of it. "Jones is hopelessly

: St. Cloud Trip Proves Pleasant salesman Jacksonville; J. E. Whiteman, American Press.Association perfect man or woman. There was a ill." Jones died just before the
long- pause. Then a little old, quiet paper went to press. The word ill
III" Atlanta\ ; Frank Coffee, WesternNewspaper Union, Atlanta; T. J. Appleyard -- : in the was stricken, and the word dead in.
patient woman arose congregation
.: Feature of Entertainment PlansThe state pinter Tallahassee; J. W. White Fraternal Record and in a squeaky voico said "Yes serted. It then read "Jones is hopelessly ..
Jacksonville; J. H. Humphries Journal. Bradentown;' W. B.'Harris, my husband's first wife." So as to dead.". One editor, politically
first entertainment feature of At the conclusion of this speech I Valley Gazette Kissimmee; W. L. Straub and wife Times; St. Peters, the editors] There has only been one inclined, headed an article "Seekers
L the meeting of the Press Association Judge Wright was called to the platform perfect one, and he fell out-of. the ark after Office." But when he saw, it
was' the automobile trip to St. Cloud. and responded, saying that Ap. burg; T., Edw. Fitzgerald and son. Gazette-New .Daytona: C. O. and was drowned. In Georgia a man In print, it read "Sucker after of-
1 ';' This feature proved one of the moat pleyard and himself were the only Codrington wife and daughter, Mrs. E. L. Rowland, News."DeLand; was fined fifteen dollars for hittingan fice." And another editor,' theologically .
enjoyable of the entire program. survivors of the Confederate navy; C. H. Walton and wife,Advocate Titusville; Harry. L. Brown. Record editor. If he had killed him he Inclined wrote that the "cock
Car after car arrived from St. now living in Florida. He related i II St.: Augustine; W. B. Powell and wife, Clearwater; Josiah Ferris. might have been' fined twenty-five wept and Peter 'went out and crew,",
Cloud Thursday afternoon and was touching of his former friend '
story dollars. When he revived and got 5. The Editor' Ideals.'
parked in front of the Graystone hotel "Fighting Bob" Evans. Sentinel Orlando; R R. Tomlin. Courier. Plant City; R. J. Holly' and around to the office, he found that I And now since we have had our
headquarters for the State Press :I As these Confederate speakerstook wife. Herald. Sanford; A. K. Wilson. Tribune, Fort Pierce; Wayne the assessor had been there, and had fun with you gentlemen permit me,
Association, in anticipation of the afternoon their seats W. H. Smith command Thomas. Courier. Plant City; Fred W. Kettle, Thorns Advertising assessed the office towel as real on behalf of your readers all ver the
visit of the ."press gang" to r of the L. S. Mitchell Post, Service, Jacksonville; W. M. Crier Courier-Informant. Bartow; Clarence estate.. state, to set forth the editor's ideals,
., the Wonder City. shook their hands in greeting from 2. The Editor' Cleverness. in the language of Walter wnli.mthe ,
, .. E. Woods Lake Region Eustis C. E. Howard and wife Orange .
These cars were augmented with the entire post. ; None get ahead of the editors. Dean of the Missouri .University
cars from this city till they formed a At intervals during the program County Citizen. Orlando; Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson Times, Sarasota; OscarT. They are as sharp as tacks, and as School Journalism: ,
solid procession extending for several the drum corps rendered martial, Conklin and wife. Herald, Miami; Gilbert D. Leach and wife Com bright as new coined dollars. Eugene "I believe in the profession of Jour.' '
blocks. Promptly at 2:30( they start- music in harmony with the occasion Field Jollied Chicago for with nalism.
mercial. Leesburg J. H. Reese Reporter-Star. Orlando A. L. Cleve year
; :
their mission of At the close of the all the
ed on pleasant carrying program his "sharps and flats." Finally Peter "I believe that the public Journal is '
the rryen who now serve their editors and the accompanying friends land. Leader. Fort Meade; A. H. Andrews, American Eagle Estero; Dunne likewise has Jollied the nation a public trust; that all connected withit
country by wielding the pen. to be the were Invited to the banquet hall in George. M. Goolsby. Advocate. Wauchula; S. J. Triplett and wife with his Dooley Papers. Of all are to the full measure of their '.u
I'; guests of those who had shown their the same building where the ladiesof Tribune. St. Cloud; J. T. Johnson, manager E. O. Painter Printing Co.. the funny men in the 'country, the editors responsibility, trustees .for the public -
loyalty to principle .by wielding the the Civic Improvement society had DeLand; Charles S. Wing. Sanford; J. D. Rahner Homeseeker. Jack are the best. We have enoughof ; that acceptance of less service
5 aword. prepared a pleasing surprise. them here tonight to make a minstrel 'than the public service is btrayal to.
i 1 i As the visitors neared tha G. A. R. Mrs. D. C. Thompson and Mrs. sonville; Claud F. Johnson. Kissimmee. Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson show. One Buffalo editor puts ;,the trust.

) f Hall in the veteran City they passed Hendrix presided at this meeting Kissimmee; W. M. Traer, Farmer and Homeseeker Jacksonville; J. his Chicago and Boston news under i! "I believe that a Journalist should
down streets closely lined on either each speaking at length setting A. Wrigley, Wrigley Engraving Company. Jacksonville; J. C. Bro the head of "Pork and Beans" Another >write only what he holds in his heart
d aide by the boys, who in the sixties I forth the efforts and aims of the or- editor ordered the account of 'to be true. '
4 wore the blue, side by side with the i ganization. w/bich enjoys the distinction sier and R. B. Brossier Reporter-Star. Orlando; Stanley Litchey. the man who broke his backbone to l "I believe that the suppression of
'" r boys who wore the grey each vieing of beih -> lhe only ladies' organization !- Times. Melbourne; L.W.] Traer. Times. Melbourne; H. Edniond Swa- be put under the "Spinal Column." i i news for any consideration other than
r with the other in greeting the guests i' holding a membership in the bey. Kissimmee; H. L. Rood and wife, New Smyrna NeWs; W. M. And another took the preacher's ser the welfare of socioty is indefensible."I .
_, with the flutter of handkerchiefs and Dixie Highway Association. Haynes and Zeb Ratliff. Herald. Sanford; Horace Drew of H. & W. B. mon on "Feed My Lambs," and putit I believe that no one should write
i. the waving of hats and pleasant sal When called Willis B. Powell '
upon in the agricultural section under 'as a journalist what he would not
Drew Co.. Jacksonville W. B. Crawford. Kissimmee Miss Helen Hunt. )
utations. former editor ox the ClearwaterSun ; ; Care
the head of "Hints On the of (say as a gentleman; that bribery by
c. Post Commander W II. Smith I responded with a witty talk and Times-Union Jacksonville; T. A. Bryan. Herlld. .Mulberry. Sheep." Once upon a time a knight 'one's own pocketbook is as much to
'\ railed the meeting to order and in a "Stonewall Jackson" Triplett who of the quill wrote a book on the Editors be avoided as bribery by the pocket-
(,: few appropriate words introduced I'was the recipient of many glowing At the reception given by the Woman's Club of Kissimmee to the Purse. You wouldn't Le interest book of another; that the individual
William Hall who made a splendid tributes from his townsmen duringthe
ed in reading It. There is nothing in responsibility may not be escaped by
:f speech. lie stated that the G. A. H. program and who repeatedly was women visitors the following registered: it. There never was anything in an pleading another's instruction an: 4..
," post at St. Cloud had a membership called for waived this honor in favorof Miss Virginia H. Andrews Estero; Miss A. R. Andrews. Brooklyn. editor's purse. I have heard of one other's dividends.
;. of 265. He said that when the Northern Clarence E. Woods, the silver New York; Mrs. N. M. G. Prange. Jacksonville; Mrs., C. O. Codrington. of them who was so poor that his "I believe that the supreme' test of

""". "boys" adopted Florida interests they be-of tongued orator of Eustis, who expressed DeLand; Mrs. E. L. Rowland. DeLand; Mrs. Willis B. Powell. Clear- wife put a dark blue, skylight patchon good journalism is the measure of tha
came identified with the the appreciation of all his tan trousers and he had to service."I .
:m ,:.. r the Southland and in corroboration lent'for the pleasant courtesies 0 fres- water; Mrs. Harry L. Rood. New Smyrna; Mrs. Lois K. Mayes. Pen- wear a long-tailed coat to hide it. public" believe that the journalismwhich
'f'' of this, stated that the Veteran col- ,afternoon. sacola ; Mrs. Charles H. Walton. Titusville; Miss Mary E. Towns d. Another.described a ballet as wearing succeeds best-and beat deserves
__ only contained COO Democrats. The ladies then served a botfhtifu Sarasota; Mrs. W. L. Straub St. Petenburg: Miss Berhta M. Boomer the "wittiest clothes" he had ever 'success-fears God and honor
T. J. Appl-eyard state printer of salad course with cakes and coffee In he said that I is the stoutly independent
seen. explanation unmoved
# New York City; Mrs. Gilbert D. Leach. Leesburg: Mrs. L. L. Boomer. man,
,: responded to the wel. and the visitors before leaving '
Tallahassee as-
is the soul of wit and that of greedof
brevity by pride opinion or
"\ come. lie stated that he had the sembled near the platform and gave Estero; Mrs. James W. Traer. Cocoa; Mrs. Lincoln Hull y, DeLand; these garments were the briefest. constructive tolerant, but;
: honor of being a Confederate veteran three rousing cheers and a tiger. Mrs. Sarah H. Solomon. Dayton. Ohio; Mrs. R. J. Holley Sanford; 3. The Editor's Troubles. never power careless, self-controlled, patient
!," having served in the Confederate En route for Kissimmee, the cars Miss Frances Bouchelle. DeLand; Mrs. Thomas A. ShatTer New Orleans Who has more troubles than the- ; always respectful of Its readers
J r navy, and that his commander. Judge stopped at the St. Cloud club on the editor and who less but unafraid I.. quickly
Tohopekaliga ; Mrs. C. E. Howard. Orlando; Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson, Sarasota; gets .ympathy'Everybody always ;
.. Wright sat beforehim in this meeting. shore of East Lake and .
pesters him. Everybody indignant of injustice is unswayed,
4;.; ,. lie aid: "On an occasion like enjoyed a spread appropriate to the Mr*. Oscar T. Conklin. Miami. criticises him. Nearly everybody condemns by the appeal of privilege, or the '
,t this when we recall old memories occasion which had been arranged by him. But he has ways of his clamor of the mob; seeks to. give every -
., we are bound to well up a little. We the board of trade under the direc- own in getting back at them. One man a chance, and as far as law
. can't help it. You were after my" tion of the president, Samuel Brant w. -, person brought in a poem entitled "I and honest wage and recognition of
'; scalp and I did my best to get )'oun. mar. Reception at Golf Began Am Tired." lie scratched on the mar- human brotherhood: can mak. it so,

gin "So am.I," and sent it back. An- an' equal chance." ,

City Key Once Given to Editors Round Social EntertainmentOn .: ---.- '-, :. : .. 4

1: 11 L Vw Is Theirs Forever Says Mayor Thursday evening upon their held the rapt attention of his audience Editors Attempt to "Talk Shop" :
: .. return from St. Cloud, the visiting during the entire address. :1
'tl .." Flags flying from every business was .a result of a strenuous effort editors were tendered a brilliant reception Though the encore at the close of his But Other SpeakersInterfere
AiL.. .house in the city and many of the covering a period of three years and at. the Kissimmee Golf and talk was very Insistent Dr. Halley
"..1 residences of Kissimmee, together that much of this delay was due to Country club, which was largely at refused to respond saying that he "Shop Talk Only," was the sign Right on' the heel'of this came the };
, \ with decorations draped from the one Conklin of Miami. He also tended. The rooms were decoratedwith would address the meeting again on hung up at the Gray stone Casino Fri report of the executive committee ..1
buildings bespoke the welcome! of the stated that he was unable to present cut flowers and ferns and the Friday evening.A day by the thirty-seventh annual urging that the association devote it*
city to the Press Association, when the keys of the city to.the guests as Kissimmee orchestra rendered selec- buffet luncheon was served during meeting of the Florida Press Association time to matter which concerned the ; ,
the first delegates arrived last Wednesday he had presented them to one Bob tions throughout the evening.' the evening. but apparently the editors do member directly. ;.,;"
4 evening and Thursday morn Holly and had never seen them since. The feature of'the evening' was the The club house was crowded not believe In signs. The report was read by the chair i.,
; :ing. Mr. May added that since the key address of Dr. Lincoln Hulley, president throughout the evening and when The thirty-seventh annual convention man of the committee C.' E. Woods', '
'.'" Members of the reception committee was still in the possession of one of of the Steson University who those who wished to retire early left, is not unlike the other meetings of the Eustis Lake Region and was
;L' of the Board of Trade met tho the Florida editors the members of was introduced by C. A. Carson of the floors were cleared and a large of that body. However much the as follow
.. visitors and greeted them as they the association might consider thatit Kissimmee, with a few appropriatewords. number of the visitors and townspeople editors have tried to consider the serious "The only duty of any importance i:
was their forever and that the Dr. on Riley spent the remainder of the questions that confront them as
city Hulley
:: Arrived on the night and early morning spoke: individuals falling to the lot of the executive '
: trains. I was always open to them. and the Home Folks and as usual evening in dancing. and as an organization committee was the arrangement for ,
they have as usual spent most of their
At 10 o'clock Thursday morning Oscar Conklin of Miami, responded time listening to the troubles of others holding the present meeting. The
:,, the assembled at the Casino I to thewelcome in a neat little committee spurred on by the zealous I
; delegates and in the entertainment
I building for the business session announced speech which brought forth several Editors Approve Plan to Drive I enjoying and tireless president of the association ., tf.1
) bursts of laughter from the audience. met at the San Juan hotel Or. 1:.
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for that hour and Hon. H.
Politics in
t"l S9'1 played a part the [
Clay Stanford called the meeting to He stated that Miami had enjoyed 'Cattle Tick From State of Fla. of the association meeting whenit sessions lando during the Five-County Fair, ,,:
that ho had been Instrumental entertaining the Kissimmee delega. and arranged a tentative program,
,,<\ order stating was discovered that membership in
r in securing for Kissimmee tion at the association held in Miami Members of the Florida Press Association state and federal authorities In the I the organization was limited to pro subject of course to the approval and \
...J the honor of entertaining this last year and that nothing was went on record during the development of that industry and realizing prietors and editors of newspapers or modifications of the Kissimmee Boardof .i
} present meeting and promised those taken during the entire convention; annual meeting of that body in Kis- further that the eradication of periodicals published in the state. Trade ,and Osceola county editors.- ,
that "If he suggested that Kissimmee take an simmce the "The feature of the executive Session .
present you see anythingyou approving campaign to the Texas fever cattle tick j is the first Oscar Conklm business manager of ;
want while in Kissimmce you inventory Saturday morning for there drive the cattle tick from Florida. the Miami Herald then vicepresidentof was -de'termining the attitude ,
S S? i may have it; and if you want any- was ,no telling what the Miami dele- This matter was brought before them :'by essential gives step its unqualified in this direction here-to the organization, was elected pres- of this year's comittee with reference' :.,
",/ ffr" r thing you do not see, just ask for it gation might do. by Dr. W. F.; Blackman, of Winter the proposed statewide approval of ident. In order that no question alii to outside speakers demonstrators- ,.
and I'm sure we will get it." After these introductory ceremonies Park, one of the foremost stock rais- 'tick eradication which has campaign to his standing in the association and hot merchants who persist in

>. ; '!' The High 'School orchettra, under President the meeting C. O. Codrington was taken who over read by eta of the state. The following; resolution -, by the, State -Bankers been Asso-characterized might be raised the constitution was I the belief that our annual meetingsare ., I;
t the direction of R. DeWitt Brown his annual report, as reported last was passed by the association: I ciation as "the most vital business issue amciylcd by the addition of business for the express purpose of educating .
'.J l then rendered a number of selections week. Resolved that the State Press As- before the people of Florida," managers to the eligible list. I i i 1 : ourselves in the canning in- '
7: which were heartilv applauded, and sociation of Florida realizing the supreme -I I and pledges the of Hereafter the association will have i I dustry cattle tick eradication or' ;
Owing to the trip to St. Cloud : support its. members I I balance
I babies for the t
"1 the Rev. S. W. Lawlcr pastor of the which planned for the afternoon importance of the live stock to this campaign in order that two secretaries, a corresponding secretary raising better
was ,
Methodist church pronounced the in- the afternoon of businesswas industry in the future prosperity of the necessary public sentiment in its will be added acording to an of Florida. H was unanimously decided -
vocation. program Florida and the need and value of favor be amendment passed. The duties of the I to cut out these extraneous "
l; combined with that set down for I -may promptly and effectively ;
I superfluous and utterly foreign features -
then welcomed obtaining the full co-operation of the : awakened. new officer will be largely that of I
:i :Mayor: II. R. May the; morning and R. J. Holly, of the compiling data the circulationand and to connne ourselves to our
upon ,
the visitors to Kissimmee, stating Sanford Herald led a round table J mode of intellectual entertainment,
!j that the present meeting in this city discussion of "Advertising Rates." advertising rate. of the various whom desired to .
Congressman Sears Host publications in an effort to reach selecting we ,enlighten
"to Plays some definite figures which will be us upon topics we judge to be d.'
fair to both publisher and advertiser rectly related tothe press. We regretted -.
tIt Banquet at Graystone Hotel is. And Steamer Pilot to Visitors the association will not attempt to to be obliged to reject ,overtures .

enforce any drastic legislation along of various kinds that would
,;ft Closing Event of Entertainment Congressman W. J, Sears played turned to the city about six o'clock.At this line, but the work, of the corresponding consume all our waking' hour with
host and steamer pilot for the editors, seven o'clock all the visitors secretary will be for the I listening to the schemes plant, hopes
l The annual banquet at the Gray. humor the grave with the gay in his their wives children and other visitors were invited to be guests at the new purpose of enlightening the publishers and ambitions of every profession or
:stone hotel dn Friday night was the I customary style. "movies" recently opened in the Ca- so that they may adjust their own occupation except our own. 'What
t. I: closing event of the round of entertainments i Other speakers were: C. O. Cod- to the Press Asosciation Friday sigo/ ; at 7:30 the band gave a street rates if they so wish. the hell are we here for?" We hopeto
for the Florida! Press As, rington of DeLand, retiring president i- afternoon when they were all his concert from the) band stand, and The editors did attempt to get answer by our presence at and interest
..J' .. sociation. ; Judge A. O. Wright, of Jacksonville guests aboard the Steamer Lillie for at 8:30 the banquet at the Graystonehotel down to business and had hopes of an in every feature of our own
; Oscar T. Conklin of Miami an excursion on the waters of Lake was begun. uninterrupted day of activity when program. If we have any time left
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This was the most brilliant event StratfordScadeng Tohopekaliga. __ after the of the
incoming D. solving problems
president; Dr. J. II. lions president of the Florida ,
; of the entire meeting, when the Hastings Herald; C. E. "Joe" was at the wheel as the boat Citrus Exchange, stated in a let. high cost of newspaper material we
4 fl "molders of public opinion" put aside Woods, Eustis Lake J. W. teamed<<: out into the lake to the ter to President C. O. Codrington should devote such time to frolicking
: 1 the problems which agitate the nation White Fraternal .:!Reg-ionj'acksonville train of music from the- Kissim that as he was allowed only twenty around Kissimmee and St. Cloud.
and devoted themselves. to anevening's ; k J. *Holly, Sanford Herald; T. mee Concert Band. He guidsd the minutes time to discuss the workings "We are here because we have been
4 enjoyment. Five long tables J. Appleyard, Tallahassee Record, steamer around Paradise and Oliver's MAXWELL of his organization he would not at- "We.are here because we have been
v'k ", were arranged in the spacious and O. M. Johnson, Jacksonville Me- Islands into the broad expanse of the tend. He showed an evident"peeved" trying to get here for years and we
dining rooms, decorated with cut tropolis. main body of the lake, where the visitors attitude and declared that it would has been. profitable to us professionally
floweis and plates' laid for two hunt A very' pretty feature of the ban- enjoyed the cooling brezee HOUSE require at least an 'hour to properly as well' a* "socially. Kissimmee)
dred guests.Congressman., quet' was' the presentation of a fine which temper the Kissimmee climate present his subject.! The letter was) ha* done her part and we will do our*
f . W. J. Sears presided fountain pen to C. O. Codrington, theretiring in summer and even it in winter., filed as information after C. E. How without the aid or consent ,of ,any '
. .it the banquet proving a,resourceful president.. Thr. presentation Captain Johnson's steamboat the COFFEE ard of the Orlando Citizen suggestedDr. other nations on earth."
, -loastmasUr. Many witty .responses speech was made by Clarence Woods, Lillie, was chartered for the occasion :. Ross be informed that.the CitrusExchange After adopting. this report 'otf the
I ' '. ana ,Impromptu speeches: were made, and the pen wa passed through the supplemented by covered and had- handed the Press Association executive committee, the association
4' funny stories told and personal allu.'d hands..t the,hIeI1Ibers of the association open barges to accommodate the Is Perfect "lemon.* Gilbert Leach, proceeded at once to ,violate its precept
'd 4 ions made.. The feature'of,,,the evening around:each of tM.. tables untilit rowd. The Kissimmee Concert Band of the Leesburg Commercial slug- and listened to almost an hour
was the response'given by Dr. reachedMr.-.Codrington, who accepted played at interval daring the entire Ask Your Grocer rested that the organization InviteDr. address: by Charles H. Livermore of,
':lincoln Hulley president of Stetson it Kitht short but expressive afternoon and ice and. cold 'drink4 Ross to> give the editors two the executive staff of. the' World .

j 'jo. jJniyeralt7comb1nlng I ..patbos. {....,..with.,..address.. .. . were supplied the guests.'--They-re-. boon of his time in-1920. v r (Continued. pap,, 9.) '*'
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J$ The Kissimmee Valley Gazette entire lated than state the lavishes i it being its words today. of The praise press upon of the u*'I I :;; ;;;;;;;;;;:; ;; ; ; ; ;; ; ; ;:) ;;;;; ; ; ;:; ;;;;;;;;;;

r until our very cheeks burn with the blushes of a " lIIrF Frt. maiden listening to the honeyed-words of, her swain. :i
: ......,tm V.ll.y U./t. ..11...., KIul..ee_, !1.y But best of all. Kitsimmee deserves the praise. I

W. MAURI .AHD' H. O. VAN' AQHIOW, 0........... In all the history of the Press Association of the j;
H. B. NAVGLB' BXIt.r ..* ........ state there hat never been a. meeting so successful
jkrlt a* that held here last week. Especially was it suecettful :- i .
.. >.... from the standpoint of attendance and entertainment
I On Copy, One ......---..-..-.---..------ lug t The people of Kissimmee proved :Ho ,
Bl,. Month .................__" .:
On Vn** Copy.Copy Three Month. _...-........-!..---..- ,.71'. the editors that all they had heard of.her hospitalitywas :
true. 'And. it .was not only Kissimmee that entertained !
All communication, except from our authorized the editors. St. Cloud ,stood..alongside ,
the writer.
feorrelpondent. muet be signed by '
.* Rejected matter will not, b* returned. unle.s.called. Kissimmee and the two cities worked hand in hand' i :
for . to make the stay of the editor pleasant. In fact ,
< th* Po.tollloe.l.. Kl*.lmm.e, Florida the whole of Osceola county, seemed bent upon: (
a* :coeddIn mattr.l showing the press of Florida that we are"always ;
ready and willing to take the stranger within our I i
FRIDAYAPRIL ZI 1916'THE gate by the hand and bid him reed off the fat of
...-.- the land i !! '

BOND ISSUE CARRIES: As a part of f 'the press of Florida'the Valley Gazette J 1
Osceola county was called upon and did not fail. : lakes off its editorial hat to our people.We : : { { .,
5 The patriotic, progressive citizen set their approval say all honor to them. They''are the "salt of I
upon the proposition to bond for $250.000to the earth." Every man, woman and child entered
build good road. At the same time they approved into the spirit of the occasion. It'was their city, i f
the plan to create another special road and their county and their home in which the editorswere
bridge district, composed of all of the county except guest and nothing which would tend toward '
Commissioner's District Number 3, which had already their comfort was fprgotten. I' ;
taken.similar action and voted $150.000 in The editors. went home feeling that Kissimmee :
bond This makes in Jill $400,000 for .good roadsin knows how to make. the stranger welcome; thatdeeds' I.
the county. and not polished words constitute our his- .
We are glad that the bond issue carried. We pitality. '
believe the voters, who. in this instance were freeholder Here are just a few of' the expressions of the
*, did the proper thing. We regret that the visitors at voiced in the columns of their newspapers .
outlying districts were so opposed to, the plan! But :
we believe that they..will in time see,that the bond Orlando Reporter-Star Kissimmee deserve ,
ing plan ii the best; and that the roads built in the for the large manner in which she met
upper portion of the county, will prove of benefit to her responsibilities at host to the Florida Press Aitociation. -
them. as well as to this section of the county. "It i is doubtful if the organization ever
This much we can say: Whenever the lower part held a more successful meeting. It.was noticeablethat I I ; ;; ;
of the county is more thickly populated and ready every citizen of consequence took part in the : il
for brick roads the section of the county immediately entertainment and all displayed a most commendable ,I : '! J |
surrounding Kissimmee will vote for bond spirit of cordiality. It was a big undertaking I I
to build them and pay their. proportionate share of for the Kissimmee newspaper men and this was I
handled by Harris. Triplett and Naugle in
the cost. a manner '
The very building of the roads in this section of betokening inspirit of co-operation not to be .
the county connecting the center of population of found everywhere" Both the Valley Gazette and :
Osceola county with that of her neighbors and I the St. Cloud Tribune were instant in their welcome I
completing a network of trunk line roads through and active in extending the right hand of fellowship I I
i the state will serve to bring the other sections of the and establishing the best relations between entertainers .
county to that condition. As more people are and entertained. Kissimmee and St. i :
brought through our county by these roads. so Cloud added new laurels to their rightful reputation I !
more people will be impressed with the possibilitiesof I for unselfish and warm hearted hospitality. ]
the county and decide to locate here. Many of :. Plant City Courier:- It was the pleasure of, I : 1 I
them will seek homes and farms in ofk r sections/of the editor of The Courier to attend the meeting.I .
the county. When they have settled IKj jn/iuf-i : of the Florida Press Association at Kissimmee Fri- I < I j 1
ficient numbers then the rest of the county will be J day and Saturday and to note the rapidity of de- :'i I I ; y
ready for brick road and the Valley Gazette I velopment in that beautiful section of the state and I : '
pledge its support to help the people of the out- I the substantial character of that development. Kis- ;X
lying section with all its power \to get the roads. simmee has made some very rapid strides in the i ; I %.
We believe in Osceola county and in no section .( last few years and prosperity is reflected in attractive -
more than another. We believe that with united'I buildings, paved streets well kept (lawns .: I : )
effort this county can be made the foremost countyin : and parkways, and spotless appearance of streets I ( .\
Florida in population in wealth and-everything and sidewalkt. 1 i i
that leads to human happiness. We do not believe I I These things are in themselves a testimonial to I
in putting the people of .one section against the the progressiveness of the citizens of Kissimmee I II I.
people of another. We do believe in all working together I I and naturally we were not surprised( learn that I : ,;
a* a happy family helping each other to at- the Board of Trade of Kissimmee is very active I.i I
tain the prosperity to which our county favored as and alive to the interests of the town. !
it i is, should be entitled.BULKHEADING I It has been often and truly said that the newspapers : !
of a city are the most accurate mirrors of I as
GAINS NEW IMPETUSThe I its character and this is well borne out in the Val->-.,I :
long-discussed project to bulkhead Lake To- Icy Gazette of Kissimmee which is one of the I I
hopekaliga and build a boulevard along the water- I strongest weekly papers in the state and it well
front of Kissimmee gained new impetus this week, tupported: in itt work for Kissimmee and Osceola :
,when the Board of Trade again went on record (I county by the city council. the county commissioners -
favoring the plan and urging the city, council to and the civic organizations in itt territory. 1
take some action.. I These are only two of .many. .Wag shall print I I
rr This project which-has been 'a pet hobby of the ,I more expression next week, but, these are enough I
Valley Gazette for many years simply ..will not allow ,to how the publicity given'Kmimmee as' a result I
itself to be forgotten and discarded to. the ash of the Press Association meeting. i :
heap of hoped-for, but unattainable things. The I I The effects of thit meeting'will be felt for sometime I
proposition i i. alive always. If the local 'people i to come. The benefits to accrue from this I
forget temporarily, some visitor comes along and : convention are sure to be well-worth the time and ,.I
revive it with a remark that the city should do' expense they cost, even from a purely commercial ;
+ something of the sort It is a strange fact that I standpoint. Howeverit is not from' this viewpointthat :
almost every thinking visitor who views the ,lake : we should look upon the convention and its
and its broad expanse of cooling waters calls attention I effects. The !greatest taritfaclion to ut all it thatwe
have made the lot' of few of mankind.
to what great improvement could be made happier a :t'
with the bulkhead and how much it would do for that we have played the part of real men and wo- :1
the city in attracting new residents and investors.. I wmen and have sustained" our reputation, for "real. t I
Not & few of u* here at home become so accustomed wholetouled hospitality.
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to the lake and its, beautiful waters that. . 1: Ii G
we take it a* a matter of course and can not see i SENATOR BRYAN NOT A "QUITTER" ,
any of the great possibilities that lie i sir store for us I When a mans' political opponents compliment
along this line of improvement. hit courage and the frankness with which he makes .
The fact remains through of this more or lei known hit position upon public questions, that man Ij
wandering talk that the idea is kept active in season must be worthy of the confidence (.laced in him by I :
and out; that it simply will not be put away a* an I the people when they elevated him to public office. ,
impossibility. Truth is that with all this agitation !I Such a man it United Stale Senator NathanP. ,
; ] it i i. not prophetic in the least to say positively that Bryan. : \
* lake will be bulkheaded and the boulevard ,
t the I I No less a worthy'opponent than the Tampa
built. The only question about the whole. matter it I Times which .it supporting Perry G. Wall for Senator > !
%' indicated in thesingle word "when)?I' I hat to complimented Senator Bryan. The ,
' Time then is the only element with which we have Times says: ;)1
to deal. A committee appointed. by the Board of I Regardless of ones .objections to Senator 'Na
Trade will meet with the City Council at its next I than Bryan* attitude on political issues that con-
session and urge immediate and definite action. front him from time to time, one cannot be fair-
It teem that the council favors the bulkhead minded and fail to appreciate his courage. He !
i plan but fears tome' legal complication may come isn't a tide-stepping trimmer or demagogue. and he
4. ''Ii up and stop the proceedings after they are once .'; never fails to let the public or individuals know
;, darted It is argued that this i i. a question for the just where he stands The man who doesn't play I
t future and not one with which the council has to the coward in politics it -the exception to' the rule.
1I: do present. I I Senator Bryan, we favor Mr. Wali't election, be-
In order to remove thia obstacle from the minds lieving him to be the most practical man in the
of the council the board of trade instructed the
race but we want you to know that we appreciatethe i
I committee to tell! the council that the organization fact that you not a "quitter. ,
pledged itself to secure if necessary some legal This expression from the Times shows very clear I I .
firm of stale-wide repute to handle any question of ly the feeling toward Senator Bryan in Hillsborough
3 law which may arise. It is felt that this assurance county, the home of Perry G. Wall. Loyal to their
will give the council the moral support that it needs home man the people of Hillsborough will more :
vk i in order to take definite action at once. than likely cast a majority of vote in his favor I!
With the work of bulkheading once started. Kittimmee but such statements at this from.the Times indicate
,a will begin to another forward march in
that Senator Bryan will get not anly a fair proportion I
x the rank of prosperity. When visitors see the potsibilities of first choice votes but will be the second (
t that they do see in this proposition before choice of most of the,Wall ballotsAt *- ',

action ha been taken. it i is assured that "
any once I I the .campaign has grown older the co ead-
the work is started they will tee even more possibilities ed men of the state have admired the manliness of
,\ and begin to make investment in Kissimmee Senator Bryan in meeting the attacks made upon I
rr J.. property.Lake him.. They have been impressed with the fact that
Tohopekaliga i* our create asset and we he i il not a. political schemer.They: have ''realized : ,
'jnutt.take advantage of it NOW. that be is a ttatesman rather than a demagogue
.. and a man of principle rather than a politician.: 1 i
''w"e THE EDITORS PRAISE KISSIMMEEKJMJmmee Senator Bryan has. sot,feared to.take'a positionon J
t' should :pat herself lustily upon the any pubJic"c ue tioa. bUt I be !has' taken PO stand .
\. without,a. cool. deliberate stdy through .
Never hi de city i beea more' heartily congratu arrived at,what he believed to be proper'right and j I '
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1PFW.C.TSCOLUMN1.: I I HER"MlSERA6LE s_ Cora Rita Lewis Brice Rutherford.OBryan.Nash,..Una Priscilla Margaret Harman Peckham,,,Winn Wini I KIDNEYS Orlando.ture which will for take a commodious care of growing struc mince himself pie intend which to h,*eat.thinks" A.neroa.,the boca*

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'"t "Tomb, thou 'shalt; not, .hold ,Him '; LIFE[ BRIGHTENED[ fred Denning. Grade-Calkins.B., Kisslminee' Reader The, Way.*" Ar Learning MARVELS OF* SENNETT- But labeled the "Poison"boss ends goes the delicacy Into the to pie.the
Zelma Bronson Willie IN FUNNY CAFE
longer Johnson It's th.lItUe. kidney Ills= PLAY .i.ter.or hie cashier.. Than Bernard
: Death ,but Life t ts Blanche Mueler.Sixth. The lame;,weak or aching back -
I 4 I. strong .tr nger. ? Lunch in alarm confesses his pot: and start
. Stronger thart the daik, tho light; Gr dA. The unnoticed, urinary disorders Wafon and Buildinr[ Wrecked cr in a taxicab to -warn the young wo-
Stronger than the wrong, the right. ; Gladys Griffin Lillie Hansen; Ruth That may lead to dropsy and When Sam Bernard Would the pie. The taxi is
Faith and hope triumphant i Was Naturally Stout and Did Not Hirtrel, Velma Hudson, Lucy Lupfer, Brighfs disease. ,Save Girl wrecked. but Bernard continue his ;
I Christ will rise oa Easter Day." Get Enough Outdoor Elisabeth Parker. Wilma Wilson' Uly When the kidneys are weak- I flight on a motorcycle which he com
Chapman Lewis Hirtrel Lee Hobbs.
7Jzercide Help them with Doan's Kidney Triangle audiences, who have won mandecrs.. lie arrives safely although r
Sixth Grade-B. Pills, dered how Mack Sennett can get'ao *
a house and lunch
There attendance
was a good at a
Ella Gardner, Vera' Johnson, Ruby A remedy especially' for ,weak kid- much. material Into thirty minute. of has been
f ; :regular meeting held last Friday. wagon damaged in his ,
t h! Three new member. were received Andes Proves a, Blessing to An- OU\ert Dorothy Miller Robert: William' Mil acre.Doane. a hilarious Keystone, will havemore reckless-trip.' -
and two visitors were present. The other Home ton, Charles Jackson Calkins, have been used in kidney cause for speculation when ,they see
James Dietz. "
troubles for 60 "Because He Loved lIer, with Sam
meeting before this'having been CATHOLIC: SERVICE
postponed Seventh Grade B.
Bernard at the Casino
Endorsed next
by 80,000 people--endorsed Thursday.
S quits a number communica- "'I want to say that since my wife Dorothy Denning, Irene Milton at home. Sennett shows a restaurant in full Rev. Father
4(1tlons had accumulated which S. B. of
I J. and disposed of.' werAread began' >taking Andea; all of her,, bodily .Elrh(h Grade-A. Proof in a' 'Kissimmee citizen's blast from kitchen to the.corner St. Leo. will hold ,the Easter service
ills have left her. Betore'ahe began Edith Milleri Dorothy Wells, Min'kle statement .' where the favored patron sits; he here. Confession will be held Saturday t
We had hoped to havo'Belva Lock-1 Gardner, Miriam Munger," Elmo K. L. and wrecks a taxicab in a dlas. that includes
Starling ,
plumbing -
the use of this wonderful medicine she prop April 22, at 4 p. m. and 7 p. nu
with but Invitation did Griffin
v us, our Arthur Gardner Grace Ele- the
'wood metal shop Brack Street Kissimmee Keystone police force and
Mass will bo said Sunday at 8 ..
smothering a.
have m.
reach her until she had left St. feelings and Graves P-ercie Oliver, Orval [
anor two ambulances
'10".' says: "One of the family had been ; and makes Bernard Any other service will be announcedat
Cloud for her Washington home actual, have to gasp for breath .when Harrison George Dietz
,, MargaretLee troubled for years. by weak kidneys drive a motorcycle through a brick mass. Everybody is invited.
i i where she wrote us, expressing regret j(the.pells of nervous Indigestion.would. .Cornelia. Lancaster. and at times was laid pp in bed, ow- house and a lunch wagon.In .
, n I ,, that she did not receive it in come on her." Eighth Grade-B. ing to severe pains in the back and addition to all this the director The school 'auditorium at Seflfner
time to j "She could hardly digest anything Jessie Bowen
come. I Clara Ploetc, Marpret trouble with the secretions .
"Mrs. Aultman had received the and In nplte of the fact that I got the Kenton, Ethel Johnson, Myrtle loan's Kidney Pills kidney brought relief." has his cast an unusual company' from has been greatly improved in seating '
best There
I permanent players.
medical treatment for her. nothIng is
i4 ".Itdainty badges that had been ordered, (( / seemed to do any good until she Whidden, Alber Andrson. Freda Price 60 ,cents at all dealers. Don't Glenn Clavender, recalled for his creation -, capacity by additional chairs being
, and tlvay were distributed among the ((began taking Andes. She Buffered Schweikart. simply ask for a kidney remedy-fret of the unfortunate) inventor in Installed; and has a complete heating
members; Mrs. Morrow our tlower [from this trouble the Ninth Grade Doan's Pills i
,' for past eighteen Kidney -the sumo. that "A Submarine Pirate Mae Bunch apparatus.
superintendent, reported good work months, and It has' pulled her down Stratton Story, Henry Edwards. Mr. Starling recommends. Foster haada the feminine contingent. She t

.'.,." .. done in her department. After the 'until the time she was weak and tired out all Tenth Grade Milburn Co., Plops., Buffalo, N. Y. has earned her place by a year's Queen Elizabeth of Roumanta,'better '
meeting' closed the members attended and hardly able to get about. Christine Ivey Ruth Howell) Sadie faithful work since
"She had bad pains fn the stomach sh* jumped from known as "Carmen Sylva/1 is now.
'iG. Bryan.
' the revival services ia body.
a and side, and would swell up and have Eleventh. Grade. ADVERTISED LETTERS musical comedy to film comedy. DomInating 72 years of age.
., The next meeting will be Friday. to belch up' sour, undigested food, and ,all its Sam Bernard himself.
April 28. at such times she would feel dizzy and Edna Manie Calkins Witherspoon, Elsie Dietz, Advertised list for the, two weeks He has proved that the natural Comedian To have a fine healthy complexionthe v
I get her breath hard. She suffered from, Thomas. Abby Harris,' Laura. ending May 1st, 1916; can adapt himself to any requirements - liver must be active.the bowels a

ooooo ooooooooooooo oonntlpatlon.could too and waa nervous and Twelfth Grade. Allman, W. J.; Barnes, J. H.: Bower and his work in front of regular and the blood pure. All this rTe
'+ 1441fr I these not troubles sleep mad well at night life All of 'Celeste Moseley, Lilian Prentis Willie; Brint, Daniel; Campbell, J. the exacting camera has produced brought about HEROINE. i
tier by
I.4P J PEER PARK j f dreary S.; Davis. J. J.- Davillt. Chas E.; many minutes of laugh producing sit using
and miserable. Frank Calkins .
[44 oliJ: woman, and 8he no Is doubt naturally did not astout Bearden, Marie, Helen Boyd, George Bass, Kathleen Cooper Denes. Gus C.; Daves Mies Marget; .uations. It thoroughly scour the liver;, stomach ?

oooo toOO take enough outdoor exercls Our Nat 'Caron, Maurine Dann. Gardner, Marion; Iilfes Fred R.; I The demands, of "Because lie Loved and hbwels and put the body:In,
jd I neighbors kept telling her to take Omitted last month by mistake Knight, C. G.j; Mason, Mrs. Maggie; lie?' are' great. As a chef Bernard " fine condition. and restoresthat clear
''A. II. Hemingway has movod into;I Andes, aa the treatment she had. been Kathleen Bearden. Miller H.; Reed Frank; Robinson, gets into'a fight with his employer pink and white i
t his new seven-room house, which mas getting had don her no good. I made'' Miss Lena; Story, Mrs. Alice; Smith over the disavpearance of the complexion so much
recently completed. The' house is asubstantial up my mind It would do no harm to Yulee; Stanley, J. M.; Taylor G. N.; private stock whiskey. As a result desired by ladies. Price SOc. Sold by
: improvement to our town. ,It try It,well BO I get one bottle and she liked'' "FATTY AND MABEL ADRIFT"IS Tyner, H. W.; Vann, R. E.: Watson, he vows to have revenge. lie gets Osceola Fjharmacy.
BO the
t. Work has been started on the construction three. The way next the time medicine I purchased has A NOVEL SEA COMIC Miss Carrie; Watson, MJes! Ada;
of two more houses; one is brought her Wheeler, Jacob. ,
out Is
truly wonderfUL
being built by J. J. DeFrehn on Sec Fatty Arbuckle and Pretty Mabel B. B. Postmaster.
a. I I !just sweated to put new life Into her Simpson, ,
f. ond street opposite the residence of. and she Blairs the praises of Andes to Normand have some thrilling and
: Mm. H. ]Kempfer, and the other by 'vary on* aIM meet ,She now eats complicated adventures after they SEARS SAYS ORLANDO WILL WILL YOU HAVE GUESS WORKOR
Hopkins{ & Kempfer on the Dixie an.thln.abe dealrea and It doe not get spliced by, a skypilot and .leave GET INCREASED P. O.
"' Highway east of the townsit. hurt her In the I.....' the'old farm for a cottage by the sea. APPROPRIATION
t. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hopkins, ."It Is a. fact that my wit. Is entirely It is all recounted in the funny Key- PDSITVE KNOWLEDGE?
IW Dr. S. C. iftdgBon and Miss Florenie she well and In better condition today than stone-Triangle "Fatty and Mabel (Orlando Sentinel)
a Hodgson of Eau Gallie and Mist the credit has been to Andes.for years" and I give all Adrift," coming to the Casino Thea- Hon. W. J. Sears of Kissimmee, HERE TO STAY 'F

Bessie dose, of Newark, N. J., were hl. remarkable statement was mad.] ter next Saturday. congressman from this{ district, was
recent visitors in town. byT Mr. A B. Lloyd, of zll' Bay Street! Their cottage is set adrift on the in Orlando' yesterday and at 10
Deer Park presented a somewhat Jacksonville. In a recent Interview'I ocean and is tossed about in a stormat o'clock held a conference with the With the XRayGuess
r metropolitan appearanoo last Wed- I _ljh the Andes man* sea. The couple wake up to find post office committee of the Orlando
; 'neitday, occasioned by a visit from' Andes Prescription, so highly en- themselves in danger of drowning. Board of Trade. lie is working energetically
members of ,the Press Association en : dorsed by Mrs. A. S. Lloyd, of 2416 They make an amusing picture running for an increased appropriation $ 'r Guess work Is done away ,I t
,f""' route to Kissimmee, accompanied by Bay St., Jacksonville, is now on sale i all around trying to find a way for the Orlando postofTice .F
friends from Melbourne. The party in Kissimmea by the Corner Drug of escape. Fatty's pet dog Kldo can t and gave the committee every assurance with and no more valuable

t r, was met here by a delegation from Store\ the exclusive 'agent,-Adv. understand exactly what all the ex- that he would leave nothing undone -
4 b St. Cloud. The crowd, consisting of'' citement is about, but his doggish nature -: until a suitable appropriationhas time and money need
k' between fifty and sixty persons, was responds to the spirit of the occasion been made. While in the city he be wasted on medicine t
served dinner at the Deer Park hotel. OHOOHo.OOO and he jumps upon his master. inspected the local postoffice, and I.uN. MST: H

t.' Tho big Buckeye ditching machine :. [41 4n l HONOR p''1 4II/' This gives him a brilliant idea. lie I when he gets back to Washington he '+ taken for the wrong dis
f W. 11 ROLL I I note asking for '
; recently purchased by George painfully composes a will be in a position to tell Uncle
Hopkins now at work on the prairie i 14 1. !1-0-1; help and pins it to Fido's collar. The ease. 'l'lQ
east of Deer Park. A tract con- ooocoooooooooooooooooooooThe dog gamely swims to shore and

1- sisting of about ten sections will be following pupils of the Kissim .wakes up the old folks on the farm. I 1 We never use the knife ;
traversed with intersecting canals mee public school have not been absent They read the note and hasten to the '
having outlets into Lake Winder and or tardy during the month ending beach. There they tnlist in their aida "J .l ct
the St. Johns river, the land being April 7; have made an average! of yacht owner. He takes them out to ARE YOU SICK?
.sufficiently elevated that this system ninety per cent, or more, in their sea and rescue the forlorn Fatty and
. will provide good drainage. .1 studies, with not less than eighty. his tearful bride, as their cottage is Have you suffered for years? Have you tried doctor' after
.4 f' Capt. 'Farmer, who is in charge of five per cent In. any subject, and not about to sink. doctor? Have any two doctors diagnosed your case the same? You
the road construction gang at work less than ninety-five in deportment: Then the villains headed by a rival 4 MANS perhaps have never,been treated for the right disease. Of course, ., i,
on tho Dixie Highway. now camped First Frade-A.Jc.9 of Fatty meet a deserved fate. They you could not be cured under these circumstances. Correct diagnosis -
,about three miles west of Deer Park. Lester, Cecil were responsible for setting the cot- 'L STOMI IS is absolutely necessary to successful treatment By the daily :
The grading of the road is progress- Allman. Roy puling, Ernest Walsh, tage adrift. They get into a rough and hourly use of the.Jatest and best diagnostic instruments we are
ing rapidly and will in a few weeks S. E. Gardner, Celo Nicks, Cecil Ca and tumble fight and in the melee one ON 'THEI able to make a positive diagnosis. This is the secret of our success.

be completed to tho county line. nova, Edgar Beeland: Preston Johnson of the bunch drops a cigar into a keg I ROAD'f0
The Union church of Deer Park has Emory ,Harris, Oscar Erickaon, of powder. The cafe where the scrapping HOURS: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays: 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.' I
,completed its organization and "arrangements H. B. Townsend Virginia Bowen, is on, is wrecked and the villainsare 0 HIS HEART.
t have been made for holdIng Mary Naugle Temple Minx, Emma : blown in all directions.A PHONE 3145 .

regular church services each Sun- B. Quirk Ethel Joiner, Mary Yates,
.day in the morning and a song service Hazel Hirtael, Viola Bell Yowell, company .to manufacture glass GERMAN-AMERICAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE
r'in the evening. Lena Gilbert Driggers, Zelma Benjamin, Nellie and other vitrified materials has been 304 ZACK STREET Opposite Maas Bro TAMPA. FLA
I Carrie Barnes, Anna springs
Brodes. organized at Tarpon from

t HM ++ First Grade-B. the ,excellent glass sand found near II

'; .jl.IL+1 lj I\ LAKE HAMILTON II++ Sarah" Duke, Elsie Schilder, Louis there.
) j CoJ J POLK COUNTY /++ May Enoch Herzberg Oren Brown,
; 1++11 Ildb' 1, Willie Durham, Paul Munger, Ralph
I. ... ... . .... ...... .. WIts..
Second Brade-A. MUSTINGF Somebody said nearly tk* same
Theawedding: of Miss Violet Pinaiie Minnie Hudson, John,Phillips, Geraldine -
l '. thug lace before. The City Market The of the
to James Coarsey has been announced Lesley, Arvilla Fansler, Wayne eyes worldp
,. to take place here on April 27th Walling, Carroll Makinson Isoline Lameness is also oa tie way tit a...'. stomach. -
at the hotel. The bride is the daughter Reaves, Sarah Rexford, Eden Coleman i ia
of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman F. Pin- Fred Gilbert, Doratea White, Sores Cuts. Rheumatism Stop telephone today

aire: and the groom is the son of Mr. Ruby Driggers' Seraflno 'Finacchairo, Penetrates and Heal aid after dinaer yen will find yes the who
and, Mrs. W. B. Coarsey, of Tampa. Theressa Bronson, Hazel Nicks. have MODEL HUSBAND. are on man
He is in 'charge of the nurseries of Second Grade-a Stops Pain At Once a. ,

.here.the Lake.... Garfield Nurseries company Odell Glenn Harrison Benjamin; Ward, Nicholas Lorenz Biesener, Dick, For. Man and Beast Oar meats are pleatiaf te the cbi

The registration books showed atotal Makinson, Don Oliver, Harry Wood- 2Sc.'Oo.dl. AtAUDealara.LINIMENT. palate because we keep aothiaf. bat i

of sixty-three voters here, all all, Lewis Lamb Youel Johnson, Hazel the BEST.
white. But two will transfer from an
Bass, Dorothy Bullock, Rosella
adjoining district, and by a strip of Cooper, Catherine Denning, Doris PHONE 44 SAVESPAUSE .
: additional territory whiuh has been DavIs, Vivian Floyd, Julia Ledbetter,
,promised about five more will be add- Beatrice Ollar, Tina Schilder, E. Lane
ed, so the actual registration here is Stevens, Elon Tiner. CITY MARKET
*" really about 70. That ia a good show- Third Grade-A. -

ing for a town only three years old. Arthur Bullock, Arthur Flint, Tra- ii',
4r t 'The prospects for growth here are cy Canova, Orne Frierson, Alma rMadl" ,v., 'viiAEEDSP
nnow much better than they ever Kritz, Eleanor Rosen, Eleanor Over- Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly:

have been.F..A.'Wagner. street, Pansy Outlaw, Olivene Sav- The Old atndiM general trensthenlnK. tonic, for a moment man
is now using his new age, Katie Hirtrel, Rebekah Miller, ) GROVE'S TABTBLKSS chill TONIC,drives*out young ,
automobile delivery truck for deliv- Eunice Rivers, Helen Winn. M>UrU. >ticlir>lbe blood.UK! ' . *-
: tern. A,true tonic For duB..and children. sue give a thought to self. The 1
ering groceries. Third Grade-B. , ..gam'i i
Mr. and Mrs. William! Stillwell expect Doyle Davis, Willie Gilbert, Eustis "'
( to begin building a fine house Peaks, Thomas Quirk, Ralph Schilder, \ problems that confront you now orwill
here next month. Tho prospocts are Frankie Tyner, Roscoe Tyner, Irwin
We the'leading
all \
that more houses than ever will be Driggers, Mary Coleman, Mary Ethel carry:and eland. a few years hence. .
built here tho coming season, with BO Gilbert! Geraldine Johnson, Eva Iud varieties that' I
early a start as this. A couple more Johnson, Kimbrough Oliver,* Mary, ,' and have known barn tested to be
business buildings are to be built also Ella Stroup, Ruth Starling, Elsie adapted to our Look about 700-the mca of affair ia country, state, nation_yes,
and a largo number of homes. Welch, Louise Young. null and climate.
Fully one hundred peoplo from Fourth Grade-A. I' \e run now makeImamfrdlmtf ia the world, are the mea who started to save early ia life.

Lake Hamilton attended the fish fry Leo Canova, Sidney Phillips anet at all Khlpmmrmt the-
'; at Haines City a short time ago. Graves, Carrie Hansell Kathe'rineMiII..r. t" eaiionable crop They bare the respect and confidence of the community.
t aboard the train and Nellie eeed.IIIF.EO.
: ; Marie Ogram, Taylor,
went -
inany their own autos or oth- Isabel Tyner, Lucile Griffin. Thea look on the other side-at the fellows who rpead all tL."j
and Mr. Craig ran an I'F.-''WtrTIi
er conveyances Fourth GradB.Olive .
auto bus from here to Haines City Rutherford, Helen Schmidt, NO., t NORTIfCAROI.INA i t t.i make-they may. have a food time for a while, but what does tk Jr

all day. Madge Rivers, May Winn, Ruth Herz- end the mall personality reflect?
Tho last meeting of the Woman's'ctub berg, Cordelia Ledbetter, Sarah Phillips Spanish Two
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'I R. D. Thomas. Crop. A dollar or so deposited ia this baak will be ...
into I
Wilbur Purcell was changed a
shower for Miss Pinaire. Among IIIREO roR'Y.lIfll-. nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
other features, a Tom Thumb wed ner let florrum weed. CUDAN lteeIJ we.Ernest Make your beginning now-today. Tear 1
ding was given in a very pretty man- No. 666. lID-'III', pbodesrase. baak book will tk
o Chuf.e, pan way.
nero I
'f ('(tWI'"
..,. Our residents have been going This Is a prescrlpttoa prepared especially ("orn, VELVET 6
north at the rate of eight or ten a for MALARIA or CHILLS ntAYA' Unhand
for tho last month. If the fare FEVER find Lowland Fleed
day Five or six dose will break any RIce. .i
is $30 each end ttn leave a day for If taken tbea. a toale the Fever wijl not t State Bank

t a month, why should the railway return. It acts on the Viver. better than TOMATO .1.-'NTtI
company worry? Calomel and doe not gripe or sicken. 2S
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Spinharn-'y -- .ad. t.. .......
have to Chicago, Ill. Mr. Spin- ...". II... i
harney went by way of Oklahoma to NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD Write ue forwveklv Amos of Kissimmee
attend to some business there.
from the Field Reed drain Aa Experienced Ma. for Capital stockRasewce ____r----o. ____ tio_____.$100.000.00
Expels scrofulous humors Poultry Feed and i i8u..I1. '
Bad breath, bitter taste, dizzineas blood, which cause constipation, malaria f C ..*. Our d.- STATE -COMPTITOLLER rr -______.__--_. 400OOO.MC. '

and'a general "no account" feeling is ,\\rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples "(ra crlptlre! on request.k catalogs. YOUR STATE AUDITOR FOR 12 fivers. aasl Directars. to

f a sure sign of a,torpid.liver. HERBLi etc. Get it at Osceola''Pharmacy YEARS., KNOWS THE WORK
i is the medicine needed It makes ieenABr0LnYIIIe A. CARSON. Prest. ""J M. LEE. Yea Pri. :
,- *INE on a guarantee. totattsfy.;: _... Makes y re Mrs ley.IM COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE ...... r,
the liver active," vitalizes the blood -- THOROUGHLY. FROM ACTUAL M. KATZ..tad We Put <- ;.*

regulate the bowels and ,restores/ 1'Y Ortls.The Dses INt AftItI TIle Used 'EXPERIENCE 'I WILL APPRECIATE ; ; .

A fine feeling of energy and.l cheerfnlrness. .TIVB-._vaOMOQOIMIMKIe et Its teele aed taw.the.UXAo...ur1 AR-:1r4 See YOUR VOTE: ,. ROMA THOMAS. .. ,Cashse* .

.. Price 60c. Bold by OsceolPharmacy. lnln, zed dos sot.a..s Mn."._ sot JACKSCNVI FLo.e A s'.e l' :-". s
I'<. risiteg k as.d.... l.a.rber the fan eel (Paid Adrortlaem.n0.
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" " " able attention from time to. time.. . 'BundU. "._. Dope
WORKER HERETO GET Anyone feeling disposed to assslt The following Is*a very exciting and Price
this cause could do so by contribute amusing game. It U call,"" a "bundle

; Notes $ ing cash food clothing, farm tools n e" and U very .trpproprlmU for a ON STAPLES
$ WORKAdjutant
FUND FOR PRISON building material'and in fact anything party
that'could be in work
utilized -
Several small gift are wrapped up .
of this kind. Address Adjutant L. 12 Ib ,lack Self-Rising Flonr.w .sO'

(MaUl. 'Belle arrll.. EcI1tO) L, A. Odom 'vanguard A. Odom Officer in Charge.. P, O. Box In paper and stuffed with excelsior make them or 24 lb?pack Sdf-Rmnc! Hour.. 1.00
cotton wadding so us to
and state secretary of .the Volunteers 421, Palatka. Fla. large. and bulky. Tha players; are 12 Ib Sack Seal 'of MinnetoU .50

Reamed 1a made to aD'patroD' .f the Vane Goett. to send items of Gem America Ballington which and,commanded Maud Booth, son by each given spoon and A .bundle and 12 Ib, tack Pillsbury Floor._.._ .55

.f Sedely Events to the Editor for publication is 'these colu. and'daughter-in-law) of the late Get. told to make the Hrcult'of the room 24 tb auk Pillsbury Floor___ 1.00

I William Booth, founder 'of the Salvation STATE CANDIDATES Ore or teD.time., carrying the bundle 12 Ib Sack Dolly Varden ___. .50 ,;r:

. . . . . . . . Army was a visitor to tho city on the spoon .without dropping It 24 Ib, sack Dolly Varden_____ 1.00
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. !-i . - -- - . . .y.y.- . . in the interest of the u which has ITINERARY -The player who completes the
the reform and HERE ON' 12 lb.tack Table Talk Patent. .45
EASTER EGG HUNT MOTHERS AND TEACHERS CLUB for its purpose upliftof rounds successfully' wins the small .
the entire prison population of prize contained In the bundle. The 24 Ib ack Table Talk Patent.,. ..90

Mis Helen Jones will give the At.3:30 o'clock: ''Friday afternoon; Florida.It. -will. be remembered, however, 't other compete over and over Ull each Best Creamery -Butter ??___. '.40 '(:
As the )
21st the club will hold its lit- ValleyGazette goes to press
') of the April that Mrs. Maud Booth Is bas successfully made the rounds., Salt Meat Cut .L..1
members Junior erary and social'meeting at the Hart Ballington the first'political meeting under the Dry ______. .17.
Easter egg-hunt at her home on Emmett building. Mrs J. E. Lupfer and Mrs. recognized as the world's greatest auspices of the state executive committee Dry Salt Meat.Plate ,. .15 .
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street Saturday *ft rnon at prison worker and reformer.and the is being held at the Graystone Walk the Rop. ;>
four o'clock.. Waring will may serve follow as subject hostesses.prevented Discussions - very fact that this .taU-wide campaign Ca.sino. II. C. Stanford member of Valklng the! tight rope" U an Int.OISUU" Lard Compound ....--_.-... .14 >&,

PARTY and probably some echoes given is under her leadership and supervision the- committee from Osceola county,! game for Indoors. Lay a pig% Pore Leaf, Lard ._____...-... .Iff
t : of the recent congress of Mothers "is oufTicicnt guarantee Florida'sprisoners thatit 1 is presiding. The following candidates of white twlue along the -floor, givf F. F. V. Country Hams .....__ .24
Convention. The following program will prove a blessing are present: Senator N. P. of gleams let t > person a 'pair opera >
f A few friends gathered at. the and fulfill o need that ha\ Bryan Governor Park Trammell! and 1.1-'
has been arranged for the meeting: focus the on the atrtng.' / tb .arereme -atTaylor's-
Harris been overlooked hereto
on seemingly
home of Miss Liljian Home and school study. Albert Gilchrist.\ candidates for United
Church street Tuenuay evening and Song_The Moo ''Cow Moo-:Little fore.The States Senator A. S. Wells B. J.' the glasses. looking tbroufta' Cash'
,l gave her a very pleasant surprise in Folks :workto be done in this state Ford and Royal C. Dunn candidatellfor the large end of the glasses, and tr/

ep honor of her-birthday. Delicious refreshments Piano duets-(a)' A Song of Praise; I will consist of .a farm horn", which is railroad commissioner; Jefferson .to "walk the rope" The resulting attempts

of fruit punch sandwiches (b) The Close of School-Eliza- I being opened at Brooklyn 'a. 'little B. Browne, candidate for justice of are often very amusing and a Grocery'
cakes and fruit were served Waring and Mrs. Eva Chapman. J town near Palatka, on tho G. S. & F" I the' supreme court and Allie Angle, favor may be given to the one doing it
Those present were Lois 1 ..Walkfames'Earle R. R., where released prisoners will candidate for Mr.
A Morning comptroller. beet ? A
Speech IS Stewart ve. Phone 2SO
Gladys be received and assisted with food .
i Mary Singletary overstr'et'l lAipfer, Jr. Browne was accompanied by William
+ Mary Speir and Margaret I'aper-Thoe Mother's Responsibility lodging and medical treatment andwork I Malone, of Key West, who was a candidate .
.. .. .. until positions
permanent etui
_Mrs. for from this districttwo
(A home teachers) congress I''
; bo secured for each individual accoid- .
J. Earle Lupfer. years i ago.
Talk-"What Amount and Kind of ing to his ability. : I -sfl 1.
Will Mason Tiller entertained a Home Study is Productive of the Best When a math comes from prison his '

{ + few of his friends with a tennis par- Results?"-Prof. R. M. Evans. friends of the past, in most cases, remain I WHY HUSBANDS. LEAVE.
ty Monday afternoon at his home on Vocal solo: Selected-Miss Alma of the pest and his fronds of ,

Beaumont avenue Dainty refresh Griffin. the future arc such as his life ,hall What Statistic Show About Wife De 'TO THE FIRST 100.; CUSTOMERS
ments were served during the evening entitle him to. I ,
Talk: "Kind of Help to be Given serters.yhy '
by Miss Virginia Tiller: Those by the Home"-Mlss Clara edbstter. Tho purpose of this homo (Is to Kelp I
playing were: Misses Jane }>Patterson Talk: "Proper Conditions for Home each man morally, spiritually and \} do so. wany husbands runaway We Want]|IYour Trade

' Helen Barris Dotsie.! Thomas, Mattie Study,"-Miss .M. C, Uryan. mentally, which can and will be dona ?
4 Belle Mary Tiller, Messrs. Piano solo: Selected-Miss Louise by throwing the proper environments statistician connected with the boron

'Will Mason Tiller, Dewey Sumner. Thomason. .' around him. In connection with the u of public welfare .has been.trying TO Show our Appreciation_ of it, we will pre
g Ralph Rearden, Gwynne Crawford farm home 'an employment
Talk: "How Parents Interfere with agency to answer be question
y and Arthur Jarrell. will be Conducted. Tho farmers, sent you a $1.00 THERMOMETER and
Good results in School Work, and After Investigating thousands of ..
s Y O (How they Could Aid in Better lie- truck growers public works and vu- I rnscs of desertions be finds that tbe'hU81J8l1d' BAROMETER FREE on the purchase of $5.00 '
EASTER SOCIAL rious will be hi touch
suits" Miss Emma Yowell.
* with thus enabling the organization uctlou can usually be ascribed worth of good at our store. '

There will be an .Easter -cial at KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S Cr.UH to properly place each man where he >d (to one of the following causes: '

the Union Center school house, Saturday ---- run earh a necessury livelihood! and 111 health und |>(H>rlHliuo88 of the
evening, April 22. Admission fees A full attendance is earnestly I desired living wages wire COLE JEWELRY CO.
-one egg. A prize will be given for at the meeting Monday, April Adjutant Odom states that regular t+1..uchlnPMs of tIle wife either In her .

the best decorated erg brought to the 24th As this will be the closing visits are being made by him und own |10001'SOIl or hi her housekeeping JEWELERS:atd I
social. There will be' a short program nesting of the year with considerable his co-workers to the various farm, HlftlliHl.s or JutIi|| ,

and pleasant ameR. Egg will business to transact, on election of turpentine camps and institutionswher 'i lie wife's... habit of nagging or gos OPTOMETRISTSKISSIMMEE
be served in every style. A prize officers being a part of this work, its tour state prisoners rae employed I 111.1"1
will be awarded to the one who eats asked as a special favor that the : I, where religious services arc
,t the moat eggs. Everybody invited. A members be prompt in cominjr. As conducted and rending matter distributed IMxIike for- children on the wife's FLORIDA: J
h pleasant evening insured.. Proceeds it is the anniversary of the birth of I at regular: intervals among un 'nrt.|' S I
will be for the benefit of the church Shakespeare. a short program will army' of some, 1(501)( ) <>r 1800 men, umlit .1 Thin stulixtii-hiii 1 found thiU i theslroiiKCKl
* be given. Many clubs have had a i is very J.TIutifyiiiR to know that I iiicnllc l tn rwoiiHIIiitlon. In Ask for Ticket

ENTERTAIN:" EVANGELISTS) I Shakespeare day and Kissimmee's much food it bring accomplished in "itM-H of fiimll.r
;regular meeting coming on this date, this way. J liirlalil.v the t'h'IIII. I lie also found thatvory'few
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee entertaineda makes it a timely subject to review I I The majority of us think that men j \\ 5 h"I! jire! deserted who areriO'Hlcully
party with a fish fry and barbecue the life of the writer whose works
in prison are liaid-heurtcvi criminals) , well inn) iionlully cheer J
at Southport, 'Saturday, complimentary
ire reverently esteemed by all English but the writer of lhls article, who tins fill.
to Evangelist; Buss and the song
leader, Stapleton who have l been conducting speaking people. I visited hundreds, of prisons and hasstudied Mile, to cnntrlliiite to I the family In- -. _._ _. _
A cordial invitation is extended to the lives of thousands of theirinmates ------ ----------- ---------- -

k revival meetings at the Methodist the public as the meeting will be an I declares that not many men ''I conic HI her by outside labor or by --a ..Aa .... __a.... __I''.... _a __ .... .
church. In -q
frugality home ,
t1- ,
r open one. are criminals at heart but simply mnnngenreuLAfectlouate v- >It- tj .11 .,-
The trip! was made by motor the Mrs. James M. Willson jr., president -I victims of circumstances. The majority I and liouiv toy'lug.

guests 1 including Mr. and Mrs. J.Rev.M. ; Mrs. N. C. Bryan, recording il if not all men in I prison, hat Sympathetic and Considerate of their ,
Lee Messrs. Bass aid Stapleton,
Lawler, Misses Mildred Lee, Lottie secretary. crime whether it be committed by us llUNllltlldn. THE 1916

and Lola Lawler, O. C. Pierce and against them or by them against u... I Tht'r)' IiitcM-cntlng/ and valuable
1 '
John Lee I and because they committed some offense 1, Ktallsllrs" which'he collected prove, that .:

Jr.INFORMAL.M.. ..... ..... GODRIN6TON SENDS against the laws of our land ,j IlUth'11I1.1'1(..... liunhands are more HarleyDavidsonMotorcycle
and country at some tima or .other, !
to desert
AFTERNOON prone their wives than are
does not signify that they prefer
the born.They ,
THANKS TO KISSIMMEE leading a wrong life. Many of those foreign
r The members of the King's Daughters men are weak, so to speak,.and while I i also show that married life Is
class of the Methodist church under the influence of the wrong delusion the happiest when liusbnud and wife '

spent an informal afternoon at the C. O. Codrington. of the DeLand committed that which they I are. nearly alike In age natluuality. religion
pleasant country home of tlv>ir' teach News who was president of the Florida ordinarily would not desire to do. moral standards tempera meat,

er,' Mrs. D. G. Wagner The time Tress Association during its sessions The purpose of this work is to encourage health and physical strength.
was spent-
4 taken to the prphans home at Enterprise letter expressing his appre- reform this.great and army humanityto for For Q.
and preparinng refreshments toM ciation of the hospitality of Kissim- thereby prepare Spring. e
; better and this home located
citizenship Mohair and 'worsted
served at an egg hunt to be heldthere mee: mixture is a
in in the southeact-
"' Saturday.. DeLand, Fla., April 17, 1916. Brooklyn fabric peculiarly suited for spring
of Bradford
Dainty refreshments were 'served Mr. W. B. Harris ;Valley Gazette, ern Bedford'comer Lake will be county conducted on wear. It Isjlght:, cool, has a lustrous

at the close of the afternoon, Threecarl Kissimmee Fla. "HOME' and not silky sheen and.because of its springy
strictly as a ( a
with motored out Dear Sir As president of the
f. guests :
texture la perfect for the
whitewashed Institution) for the new flaring
t this Florida Press association during the
for occasion o session just completed in your city, placing of released prisoners on their aldrt.-and cape coat. :,' Mulberry',1s i anew

I want to most, sincere feet many of .whom when releasedare color.,wblcb Is especially!glowln\r I
WINN HOSTESS express my '
+ MISS '
thanka to you and Mr. Naugle and at a loss where to go and what and soft In the mohair and .worsted
do. A in for five "
to man prison or
other good' citizens o* Kissimnvse for weave, and the new Boiling green Is
M1 ,. Miss 'Grace Winn delightfully entertained tenyears or longer,"will naturally deteriorate
the associa-
the splendid tmie given notably rich and distinguished in this
the members of the high to some extent in body and
tion. I have attended
the senior class and a great many mind and he out weaker materiaL ,
school faculty a comes a man
sessions of the association during the Its here for insp'ectionSee
j1. : few friends with"a lawn party at her than his stronger brother, and for Lanvln frock shows green mohair your

home on Orlando avenue last Friday past before twenty-three have we received yeari and a warmer never this reason an organized effort is being .aDd'worste<1 -In stitched band. on a it at the Palace Drug Store.
The lawn well lighted made to make these man feel like skirt of
evening. was green georgette crape. The
welcome hospitable treat- Demonstrations
or more at all hours.
with electric lights and Japanese lan ment. life is worth living though they may close bodice buttons straight down over
ill terns. When the guests arrived theyfGi' With kindest personal regards have made a mistake. the bust with white pearl buttons and
were taken to the punch bowl where The farm is to be conducted so the PAUL W. McKEE
the long bishop sleeves of the
Fraternally ,
yours are
"delicious fruit punch was served by men mentioned above can always feel
Mrs. J. M. Smith. The'evening was CHRIS. O. CODRINGTON. that they have a place to go, even green crape| with white satin cuffs.
The collar Is. of white satin veiled with Distributor for Osceola .
very, pleasantly spent playing EPISCOPAL 'CHURCH though they may haves been forsake, County
4. bus < by friends, relatives and loved onerfT green georgette crape
.. ice cream and cake were served.i Sunday next is Easter Day, "The They will find' at this home a plaice Kissimmee, Fla.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. ',' Queen of Feasts." Sunday school will where every effort will be made to Now U.. For Peanuti.

4 Harry Dale, Mr, Rivers, Mrs Smith, ,be at 10 a. m., (when the mite boxes protect them from evil environmentsand Here Is .
f Miss Clara Ledbetter, Prof. Evans, I will be offered) and the 11 o'clockarvice criticisms. The home wiU be n new use for peanuts. Bays to...""'.. .. to.A
doctor "Eat handful of
: a
Misses Celeste Moseley Parah Clark, : with Holy Communion.. private and surrounded by morals of .
;' W. H. BALL, Priest. before retiring. They quiet the nerves -- - -
/ Dann
; Kathleen Bear-den, Maurirve the best and religious influences and
r, Marie Bo Orpha Rose, Ethel GilBert each man sent out into a position will of the "stomach.".,- What do you think _..
l': Mattie Belle Harris. Helen Bass BAPTIST CHURCH be given the backing of the organization about that? Isn't that a rather Inter ARLINGTON HOTEL

.- Amy Makinson, Gussie Winn MildredAnderson The services' at the First Baptist and no one to know that he has esting sleeping potion 7 Then we are Mrs. J. D. Rushing, Prop.

Do lye Alford, Messrs. church Sunday morning and evening. been imprisoned except the party employing also told to eat them after each mealas HOMELIKE J PRICES 50c, 75c: & $1.00
.'.: Ralph Bearden, Charles Persons, I will be appropriate to the Easter: oc him. an aid to digestion, provided they Special Weekly Rates.

.. Toney Regero, Frank Calkins, Nat casion. There will bo a number of, Hon. W. A. McRae Commissionerof are fresh roasted. Bought salted peanuts Everything new modern improvements, large verandas cars to
Carson. George Cooper Will Mason baptisms at the evening service. i iI Agriculture, who is the chairmanof are good but homemade ones are all'parts of city. Ah outside rooms, screened throughout running
t Tiller, Sam Story, Nelson Makinson I The South Kissimmee Woman's : the State Prison Board, is very water. '
1' Willie Frank Sutton. Glenn Rose, Circle will meet next Tuesday after- much interested in this project and better. So easily prepared 'it Is a 1219 FRANKLIN STREET Phone 2264
Walter Bass and Murray Overstreet. [noon with Mrs. II. D. Geiger. proposes to give the work consider- wonder more people do not try them. ,

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.' ", >AY.. APRIL'21, '1'1*. ,." " r .' THE, KISSIMMEC VALLET :,GAZETVE If"> .' .. rAGa f,

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: THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLET GAZE TTE Ben Walker, of' Bassenger. spent Lire alligators boxed for shipment, .
-- (Te1.lao .IfGlL) Monday in Kissimmee.' 50 cents -- Durham'. Department METHODIST REVIVALMEETING ;

Bathing suits at low price at H. Store St. Cloud.. 18-2t :

,i r. Published Every'Friday Bj C. Stanford A Co. II. O. Brown .of Nashville,- Tenn.,, CLOSED H ROYALBAKING :

__W.' a. HARM" .* El., U. VAtva."AGIUaW, S. :Summerlin, of 'Jacksonville, an export: watchmaker and engraver, ,
spent Saturday in the city Arrived Monday to accept a position '

..........ooooo..oo.. o I J. S. Stratton, of St. Cloud] was,a with tho Cole.Jewelry company The three weeks' revival meetings >
guest at the Manhattan hotel Satur Fat, jut! -and tender meats always held at the Methodist church closed
Weather Report :, day. ,. found" at 'Cjty Market, 'phone 44. tf, Sunday evening, and the evangelistic : POWDER
; party left on the midnight train for
:I !Mrs.. S. E. Rexford spent the.week Miss Anne Bryan Carson spent thin their, homes, accompanied. ns far as ,
: end with relatives at uavenport her w.jek visiting her sister Mrs. R. E.. Jacksonville ,by Rev. S, W.'Lawlor .
former home. Chalker\ at ther new home in Tampa,' Nearly seventy-five members will| ". Absolutely Pure ,

Following are daily tcmpera- :I Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick, has return. whore. she recently moved from Lake be added to the Methodist No Uum No' fI
, ] ; tures and precipitations as reported ,led t from Hamburg, Ark., where she City.We a direct result of this effort, and Phosphate
by Government station : has spent the past 'winter. carry over 2'00 live alligator many additions will I be made to the I
' , at Kisnlmmee for the week ending in stock to be boxed for shipment to other churches throughout.the city.
t Thursday, April 20( 19161 :I -/Mr T. E. Hopkins.left Wednesday all parts of the United States.-Dur .
Max. Min.. Rain for her home in Chicago, after spend- ham's Department' Store, ,St.. Cloud. '
fine the winter months ,at the. Gray- 18-2t.' SCHOOL CANTATA TO BE GIVEN PAY' YOUR POLL TAXIFYOUWANTTOyOTE
' .r \ Friday _. ,.... 88 62 :!stone hotel. ? ORCHESTRA
... Miss Elizabeth J. Bickerdike 'departed '
Saturday 89 55

Sunday *. ...-.' 92 56 |Ill J., Friday H. Reed where.returned he went from to accom-Alton summer last visit Thursday to her Chicago for an indefinite relativesand GIVEN MUCH PRAISE AT METHODIST CHURCH ,

.. 82 69 ; the body of his neice Miss Mar-
Monday pany ; to friends in Michigan and In- . -IW. W** ,, *
A' t Tuesday .. '.. 86 62 garet Reed, who died here recently. diana.: A sacred cantata, "Easter Angela," Attention is called to the fact that'

Wednesday ". 90( 61. .',, M. M. Stewart of St. Cloud, andF. .Reed.'i: Butter Nut Bread i is just Prof. R. DeWitt; Brown and the will be rendered at the Methodist voters.muetp.y their poll tax on el' i
Thursday .,&... 87 64 M. Eldridge and A. A. Pfenning, what it. 15-2t High School Orchestra, which played church Sunday night in place of the before May 13th In order to be eligi
you need. Try for the opening session of the Press
; ,of Okeechobee, spent Saturday In regular I evening service. The pro- ble-to vote in the coming democratic
Kissimmee.' guests at hu Graystonehotel. Miss Lena Lord has moved her Association meeting here last week, gram which will begin at'7:30 o'clock primary. "
.O. OOo.OOOOOO OO..OO..OO..oo was praised by the visitor in -
no un- will be as follows: The law that
poll toesmust
fancy work store,known as the Woman -
1 t .O ..O..OOO..OI certain terms and this week' many of Organ introduction. I be paid on or before the second
Miss G. G. Wenner of a Exchange, from the Beaman
Washington, the newspapers of Florida: printed
Baritonesolo with women's chorus the
D. C. arrived Wednesday for a week's building on Broadway to the' room complimentary notices of this 'Saturday-in month preceding the
organic "Angel Guards"-Paul K. Weaver, month in which 'the election is held
adjoining the Dollar Limit store on .
visit with her sister, Mils Layinia Zlltlon.
I IOO.OO soloist.Contralto. and in this' instance the date is
I The Local Field Stewart na
avenue. ,
Wenner, 'of the firm" of Wenner' & The orchestra, composed of students solo and. chorus-"An. named.

Sawyer! book store. When you buy bread ask' for Reed's in' the high school and'gram- gels at Get hsemane". -Miss Alma I A large number voter;* have not ;

.O..OO.O..OOOO.. George 'W. Fox and family' left Butter Nut-15-2t: mar school. grades rendered a short .Griffin, soloist. '.yef paid their poll .tax and it is hop
Monday for his home in Knoxville, program of excellent music at' tlw Soprano solo" and"" chorus-"The ed that all who are qualified will attend -,.
Fire Insurance, taxes paid. See A. Tenn., after spending the winter in Max Kritz, who has been spending meeting and was heartily applauded. Wandering Angels"-Miss Ella. Mae to this requirement in
E. Drought, New River. Building SOtf, his pretty home on Mabbette' street. two months in Harrisburg, Pa., and Gilbert, soloist .that Osceola county may cast her full
Miss Madelino Hill, of 'Narcoossee, They expect to return next fall. Washington, D. C., returned to his, Alto and baritone duet.-"Rock of vote for.all candidates. -
home hare to spend some time visitIng EASTER PROGRAM AT Ages"-Mr. and Mrs: 'Po K. Weaver.
was in the ity Wednesday. :Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., was a guestat He will return north later to Tenor solo and chorua-"The Res
w Mrs. W. C. Bass and Mrs. W. B. the San Juan hotel, in Orlando, spend the summer. urrection"-Jamss H. Armstrong, soloist
Harris spent Tuesday in Orlnado. Tuesday at the Luncheon enjoyed by CHRISTIAN 'CHURCH NEW SUNDAY'SCHOOL
,the various clubs of that district Bathing caps and shoes at Stan Chorus "The Victory is Won"-by ,
I am going to'f the men's meeting given on their "reciprocity day." ford's. See them before you buy. the entire choir. I

Sunday' at 3 p. m. I Wm. 11. Meigs, of Philadelphiahasreturned J. S. May arrived from DeLand Instead of the regular evening BerT Baritone solo .and chorus--"Thou ROOM TO BE OPENED,
ILG. Sciver made a business trip from his usual annual hunting for vice at the Christian church Sundav Art Gone Up On High"--O. C. Pierce,
Saturday a visit .of few
Clearwater to remaintill a days night a special l musical will soloist.
to Wednesday j and fishing trip to Kissimmee with his little program '
Saturday. river and spent Sunday at the Gray. May Florence granddaughter Thompson, at the homeof Miss be given by the choir and Sunday Contralto solo and women's chorus The. new Sunday school rootru, to,
Attorney Z. Bass made a trip to I stone, while. en route for his home. her grandparents in this city, Mr. schoolThe: service will begin -"Joy in the Mansions of Llght"I be occupied by the Baraca class and
at 7:15. The musical Mrs. Paul K. Weaver
promptly : soloist
program ,Business Men a class of the Methodist -
business j Mrs. J.1o. O'Berry- returned Mon- and Mrs. J. W. I
Pine Castle Wednesday on legal Thompson.
is entitled "The
Easter Missionary Tenor solo and final chorus "The
'' I Sunday school are now almost
from where she has been
; day visiting her Tampa brother George Barnes, I L. H. Ingram-.sheriff of Osceola Garden" and'will be as follows: i Angels Adoration"-James H. Armstrong complete and will be used for .the first,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green 'have i Doxology by the congregation.The soloist.PRISCILLA.
and a former friend, Mrs. Irene county and B. E. Evans, county farm time Sunday morning.
moved to their property near the Barnes. ,demonstrator, left Tuesday accompanied Lord's Prayer. Prof. R. M. Evans 'teacher of the
Golf Club. by Young Tindall, county : Song-Bells of Eastertide. I CLUB TO MEET Baraca class, and Rev. S. W. Lawler.
1 Mrs. F. S. Hammel left Tuesdayfor
commissioner, for visit to Deer Scripture recitation. teacher of the Business Men's class,
a -
Mrs. F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee,
in Kissim- New York, where she will visit 'Park, near where Mr. Tindall lives. i Prayer by Rev. A. M. 'Chisholm.Song After a few weeks of inactivity the request that all members of .the two
spent for time. Mr.
her daughter some Jesus Lives.
-- classes be hand
I Priscilla Embroidery club will resume on Sunday morning
mee.Mr. I.Hammel who is connected with the'Graystone !! a specialist inbank. Recitation-Welcome to our Easter meetings again next Saturday: and I o-'that photograph of the classes
and Mrs. T. F. Redwood will management, will remain advertising, who has been connected i Garden. will gnther at the home of Mrs. J. Z. 'may be taken. These pictures will
leave: next week for New York stateto here. for sometime with the Heard Song-Gently Falls the Rain. Roberson, who will be hostess for the j bo printed in the Valley Gazette and '
spend the Hummer.Don't 'I There will be a men's meeting at National Bank of Jacksonville, was I I Hel"ltation-Who Comes Here afternoon. the Christian Advocate.
those who attended the Recitation-By Queen of Garden.
I the M. E. church Sunday afternoon among
miss the shoe sale
Saturday ses'j .
sions of the Florida Press Concert recitation. .
at three o'clock. Do not fail to bepresent -- -- -- --
Dollar Limit Store.
98c I
an dhelp to make one of the tion here. citation-Dy Queen of Garden.
Mrs. Tennic Rice left last weak for best yet. Talk it up; get your friends 1 Song and recitation. : ,
Asheville, N. C., to spend the summer there, young and old, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sargent, of I "In the Easter Garden"-exercise\ The
"i,1'; with her brother. Avon Park arrived in Kissimmee last by,six boys. CASINOAdmission
.| Mrs. E. D. Reed of New York, whois Thursday to visit their daughter Song-If I Were a Sunbeam. 7
'; Miss Medora Russell goes to Do spending the winter at Orange Miss Marion. Mr. Sargent is an old I I R3c>tation-By Queen of Garden. -
;'!If Land today, to attend the Christian Center and who has been a frequent newspaper man and attended the Then follows a dialogue of boys Formerly the Dixie 10 Bud'15c ,'
:' Endeavor convention. (visitor in Kissimmee spent several meetings of the press association held :and girls.
j. Arthur E. Doncgan spent several hours here Wednesday. She leaves in this city.J. I I Duet and chorua--Dark aro the
, N Na! days in Jacksonville the latter part of ia a few days for her home. Shadows. Matinee Thursday and
H. Rafftery district Helen Holmes
last week attending! to business mat- I Special sale for Saturday and' Mon- passenger Song-Little Stars.SongBringing __
4 agent.of the G. F. & S. railway, with in the Sheaves. Saturday 3:30 P. M.
. _.. ,- lets. 'day, children's dresses 69c. now 49c-; headquarters Jacksonville, spen.tMonday -
Benediction the minister.
;;' Don't forget the Easter social at 98c, now 89c; $1.19, now 109. F. II.i in the city In the interest of by Every Night 7:15 P. M. .

' the Union Center school house Saturday i Lawson.I his line. Ho went to St. Cloud from
:\. evening, April{: 22nd. You have I and Mrs. W. II. Hubert were here and spent Tuesday there-soliciting TuesdayMATINEE .
, a special invitation. It" _ I here from St. Cloud Wednesday en business for the railroad he rep- BAND IS PRAISED BY THIS SATURDAY

Thomas Fouts left Tuesday for 'I route for Cincinnati, Ohio where resents. and NIGHT .

,,' Michigan on a business mission and will they extend will visit their for trip some to Colorado time. They before R<>v. S. W. Lawler accompanied EDITORS OF FLORIDAThe 3:30andTP.M Fatty and Mabel
I. expects to be absent for some time. home. Evangelists J. M. Bass and Erie

'} 600 pairs riven', and ladles' white returning Stapleton who finished the revival

hoes on sale Saturday; ladies 98c, Bring your company to the men's meeting at the Methodist church: hereon Kissimmee\ Concert Band, under Good ADRIFTKEYSTONE
and men' $1.89. Dollar Limit Store. meeting Sunday. Sunday, to Jacksonville' on their the direction of G. M. Shcarouse,
way to their homei .in Macon, Ga. He
Jr. laurels last week during Show
won new -
Mrs. W. D. Burkam and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook arrivedIn spent several days in tho big city of tho sessions of the Florid Press ..
Mrs. R. T. Saflford, who is her guest KissimmeeTuesday to be theguests the state. Association.The . '
from Tampa, spent Wednesday in of Mesdames .Snodgrass and .
"Robert M. --Pindell, jr., vice president band played numerous 'concerts THURSDAY
Taft. Edmonds. They came from St. Petersburg during the stay of the editors in the "
of the Southern Settlement
'Toward Anderson left Wednesday en route for St. Cloud for a and city and accompanied. them on the MATINEES, ,
Development '
+ ;Ater Palmetto here he went\ to en. few days visit before returning: .to Organisation, spent boat trip. Sam Bernard
their home at Binghamton, N. Y. several: days in the city last week TUESDAY ,THURSDAY, ad _
: in packing tomatoes f '; ship- On aide were heard compliments -'
i every
uge 4 ,1 talking: with the Florida editors insession
: SATURDAY 3:30 M.
." .n>tintq) < < H. C. Bretney, Florida passenger here in the interest of a statewide for the band and the excellenceof IN .-

.' F. E.: Daniels, Frank Walker, Joe agent) of the L. & N. railroad, J. D. campaign for the eradication o.f furnished. NIGHTS 7 P. M.
and Ed. Underhill, all of Bassenger, Rahner, of the Florida' Eait. Coast, the cattle tick. Kissimmee should be proud of this. BECAUSE HE ;"
musical organization ana the boys deserve I
were the visitors in the city and J. G. Kirkland, district passenger
among I
and agent of the A. C. L. were all here Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and Mr. all the words of praise showered
' Monday Tuesday.Mrs. last week mingling with the members and Mrs. Eugene C. Bryan motored to upon them by the visitors.JOSEPH Always 5 and 10 Cts.! LOVED HER
E. S. Decker and Mrs. L. of tho Florida Press Association. Jacksonville Monday 1n the Bryan I
f Mosher, of St. Cloud, spent some time automobile to spend several days on
e here Wednesday, en route for Orlando C. C. Hare of the Burenu of Crop business and pleasure. They were accompanied -
'+ for a day's chopping. estimates and John M. "Scott, vice- home by Leroy Lesley, I GUS BEALL' I +
director of the Experiment Station at who has been attending Porter Military I
j. K. Atwood left Monday for Darien j
Gainesville, spent several day here academy at Charleston S. C.
Ga., in response{ ( to a massage last we.k as guests of B. E. Evans, I
stating the serious illness of his county farm demonstrator. M. N. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bishop and _
mother, Mrs. J. A. Atwood. Beeler, also of Gainesville and editorof daughter, Dorothy of Birmingham, f
r the Agricultural News Service issued Ala.,' arrived in the city last week. -09944...o..o..o..oo.oo .....
Do not forget tho men's meeting. I ICept.
t by the Experiment Station, accompanied They expect to spend several months
J. A. Simpson returned Tuesday them. | visiting their sister! Mrs. Helen Per- H. M. BREAKER J A. BARCLAY

a 4 from Tavarrs, after. two weeks' Miss Helen Hunt, the society editor dew and Miss Perdew, 21 Beaumont FLORIDA. "Th Lm..*.f E...,"...'<.....'."/. Bl.. M.r. I IR..IdI
Mr. has Kis
; lC visit. to his son-I'.la't II. C. Duncan of Jacksonville Times-Union, at- avenue Bishop como to D..lop.d hmn An* O A.r Slmlm In !*.C/nfaK '
simmee to take<< a much-needed rest.
and little daughter, enoya. tended a numbsr of the meetings of BREAKER & BARCLA P ,
A new lot of fine little ranches on the state press association held here Dr. W. F. Blacknfan former presi- ,
the market shrub- April. 13 to 15. Miss Hunt was returning dent of Rollings Gore and now Real Estate.and Insurance' F.'L..d.Kissimmee .
; young groves; Florida
from a yisit with her father president of the Live Stock :' I'
{ bery; good roads. See or address, C. A. L. Hunt, who is resident; agent awcivil association spent last Thursday in Fla.. Tr8CAr... 1... ;
E. Swope.-17-5t pdt engineer of the East Coast.De the city Interesting the newspaper J. M. COOPER. CUrkINSURANCE 0.Lwls.eb.i 1...:
velopment company with headquarters men in the campaign for the.eradlcatlon -
O. M. Wellslagtr, of Jacksonville, at Kenansville. of the cattle tick. lie was accompanied O O..o o.oooo..ooooooo... ...... ..... :'I"'I"DOO

state manager of the New York Life I. Recent guests at the Park hotel by P. L. Sutherland whois
Insurance seveial land and lumber
company, spent a owner man
W. L. Gunn of Fort P.
are: Myers;
here this wek business. of Jacksonville.
days on .. "
: E. Patton and E. Patton of Los An-

Carson Farmer 'a prominent insurance geles.! Cal.; F. D. Harvey, .of Elmyta: If you need a bathing suit, bathingcap f fLet
agent of this! city, made a trip N. Y.; James Got, of St. Cloud; C. or bathing shoes, get them from t and REAL ESTATE i
to Loughman last Thursday to adjust H. Van Allen, of Pine Castle; Mrs.J. H. C. Stanford & Company. The ;
a fire bacon. a small dwelling. II. Halley and Mrs.: H. J. Papeney, prices are lower than you ever bought
.. of Loughman; L. A. Odom, of Valat- them before. us insure your Life your Health, your "Property.
Sunday is Easter and you wlU'wanta ka; W. L. Thurman, of Orlando; L. Paul McKee, the famous mixologist
e pair of white chocs: and we have Hamilton, of Richmond, Va. at the Palace Drug Store, who is also H. JONES Information in regard to property for :
them. Ladels' 98c and men's '1.89 a
Brown editor of the St. manager of the Purity Ice Cream
Harry ,
sale and rent cheerful iven. I
Dollar Limit Store. y J ,
I pair. Aiwrustino Record, was accompaniedto company, has 'added another title to

Mr. and Mrs. L. Wright Mr. Estey KJssimmeo to attend the press association his name. He is now distributor in Candidate In addition fifteen other good companies, we .
and Mrs. Nelson motored here from meeting by F. N. Holmes, Osceola county for the HarleyDavidson -
Taft Tuesday for a pleasant informal manager of the St. Augustine Ive motorcycle. He announced the now represent the well known Y
evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. company. They had been attendingthe fact that he had taken the agency of State Attorney
Burham.Get Annual Conclave of Grand Com- this machine in the Valley Gazetteof HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. oi.New York iXJ -

your new bathing suit from II. mandery and made, Knights the trip Templar here with in Orlando W. B. of last one week of the and machines already and has has disposed an-- Democratic Primary . GF: 'W1 ..C;;rNFRSecond : : 'Ii
C. Stanford & Company. They have other ready for demonstration. Paulis
.them at which will surprise Crawford in his automobile June 6 1916 Gtizens Bank Kfesimmce: Fla. .
prices. a hustler and will no doubt be successful floor Bldg. .
,r you. Mrs. H. G. Seiver: Mrs. W. C. Bradley in selling the machines all
y Mrs. Anna Glover past noble little Miss Miss Shirley Aileen Bradley Bradley of Del Messrs.Ray, over this .section! of the state. (Paid A 1v.Ttlii<'tnent) .. ... ...i... . Jt

grand of Kissimmee Buckles ---
Don Seiver and James t
Assembly werea p
No. 42, attended the State .
jolly party motoring to SI;. Cloud
of the order in Sanford this week.
: I Wednesday afternoon for a dip in
X All of the men will be at tho men's Salt Lake Toho Upon their Are YourElectric SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT
meeting Sunday at 3 o'clock. j return home they enjoyed a seven -
1 o'clock dinner at the Apartments of '' -
t .Ernest Mach his AT THE
acorn panied by ,
Mrs. Bradley, followed by Lights
wife and small son, went to Sanford
Wednesday and motored home in a party,at the Dixie.E. -
new model Buick. .k B. Solomon of Dayton, 'Ohio Out of Fix? GRA V-STONE HOTEL ,
.. was a visitor here during the annualmeeting :," '
who took
Will the person the nm- .
: of the state press assocition.G. Call' Otceola Electric Co. .
--L brella from the south shelf of the '

.j jx/stoffiee) lobby on Wednesday' ,morn- of the. H.St.Lehker Cloud hotel the genial and his manager sister,, C. E." GARDNER.''"MfT. $10 Per 'Week ,and Up. I
ing about. 9 oVlocq kindly return to '
Mrs. Hattie Davidson left for their
the .owner .at",Mrs.'Thomaron'sfSpecial" horn in .Washington D, (X, Satur Novae Wiring, 'FLiitarssand '

sale for Saturday' and Monday day. Mr. Lehker has,closed the hotel Repairing _. Or C.!. PIERCE. : Manager'
; Middy Blouse $125, now fi8c; till the fall season and will soon 1' 19 .1i2oA b'$!'A"Y' .....
'Jadi..ul waist '$1.25 98e. F. the beautiful Allegheny Inn of
.now. '" , open .' .J .
Goshen Va.
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MINISTER OK TilE GOSPEL From the figures "of the Florida pounds: per I bu&hel. The_ yields are the undersigned'- merchants" ofKissimmee FOR SUPERVISOROF REGISTRATION'I FOR STATE SENATORTo :;
hereby to close'our _
THINKS IT HIS I DUTY TO !MAKE. State' Department of Agriculture we: given' in ,bushels per acre. places of business agree Thursdays at; 12 the Citizens\, and Voters' of theNineteenth ..

STATEMENT ABOUT WONDER.FUL find that 'the sweet 'potato crop of Plot 1, 245.6$ plot II, '221.6plot;( ] o'clock, beginning the first Thursday am a candidate foe the office of Senatorial plstri t:

, CHANGE. -, SIt Florida I is almost equal in value to the Iir, 99.6; plot IV, 259.6; plot V, 252.0; In May and ending the last Thursday Supervisor of Registration for ,Osce-- I hereby announce myself a,candidate

Is seldom" Indet d,"that men of upland cotton crop, and equals nearly plot VI, 216.0; plot VII, 222; fcr.d plot in The September Family; Store/ve.: ola vote County and support and will in appreciate the Democratic your for re-election, to the office of

1 prominence', especially ministers lot half the 'value of the corn crop of VIII,. 269.6 bushels G. W,. Persons Co) Primary, June 6th. :.- 'State Senator from the Nineteenth
the'goapel,. willingly express their indebtedness the .state... -There ia also "very' little It 'wilt Tx from F. H. Lawson : EDGAR D. KATZ, Senatorial -District of Florida, eom-*,
) publiclyto a proprietarymedicine. ,seen "these figures
1 However, when a medicine difference between>.'the 'valuq of the that'tho best yield was obtained from N. L., RogeroWennerSawyer Co. FOR SHERIFFTo prising the counties of Orange, Seminole -
obtains that singular.purity and ef.K sweet and that' of the Osceola to th action '
; potato crop plot VIII which was fertilized with Smith's Shoe Store .' : J and subject J
Aciency that is shown by, the uniform Irish 'to beheld '
potato Democratic
the Primary
preparation, Tahlac, statements from crop.Conditions dried blood, acid phosphate, and sulphate Cole Jewelry Co. -; the People of Osceola] County ,of ,
t of the Testi The Quality' Store, Inc. ',,. June 6th. : '
our best citizens are to be considered of potash and in., addition, I hereby announce that I am a candidate -
thoroughly commensurate with thegood' ':Tire results given beloW| are for one ground limestone. However, the yield The. C.Story Stanford StoreH. Co for re-election to the office'of A."you"no doubt are aware, a Constitutional .'
that is actually'being accom year's work. Under ordinary condition Sheriff amendment will be submitted -)' '
from plot IV which was fertilized J. H. Redditt ," of Osceola County subject to
plished.Rev. one year's results are not sufficient Mattie the voter at the next .
A. H. Sykes, pastor of thefi with sulphate of ammonia, acid phos- the action of the Democratic party at
fi church for definite conclusions to be and muriate L. L. Taylor is1 sral election, providing for a-Scn"tor "
Watkins Park Presbyterian phate of potashwas the ensuing"primary. My record ?'
Nashville, Tenn., prominent not onlyas drawn from fertilizer :, experiments.But nearly. ] equal to that of plot VIII. H.A. :Brady.S. Gilbert before the people of this! 'county andI 'from each ounty.and+ if the amend ', ;,.

minister of the gospel, but popular I the land .upon which this experi- Lena Lord invite the met! be adopted, my term of office
most searching investigation "
i 68 a man and citizen who has been The yields] obtained from plot T,
conducted had Japanese
ment was grown Osceola Hardware Co. will 'expire April, 1019. //-J.'
rN true to his friends\ and every trust omitting phosphate, and plot II, omitting of it. If again chosen I promiseto :
for seven years.-The eight if honored 'pf '"
cane In view of the above, by <
in him said recently
the the
reposed for
a -evt'r ammonia 'rather use lAme! diligence conservation .
For the oast ten months Mrs; plots Japanese tane for six' years are surprising, Missouri has twenty-three women of the law and .order in thefuture re-election, should the amendment be ,
SykcH has been in very delicate had had the same amounts and kindsof being about equal to those obtained preachers of the gospel who receive rejected, I 'shall not he a candidate .' ;<
I from of the four complete fertilizers. yearly as I have used In the past.
health suffering from bad stomach fertilizer applied to each plot each any salary.
to myself
and kidney{ troubles, which' gradually' Plot III gave less than one- Thanking you for four confidence in su
into general nervous year as were applied to the plots of Whenever You NeecI- General Tonic the and solicit ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.FOR .
developed a half the yield produced by of the 'I a past earnestly your
breakdown. At times her condition i t: sweet potatoes in this experiment! other plots! in the experiment., any This Take Grove's support in the coming primary. Sin- REPRESENTATIVE ',/
became alarming, and I frequently After the had Japanesecane
plots grown I The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless
indicates cerely ;yours L. ]I: INGRAM. To the Democratic voters of Osceola _
bought raedical advice, but nothingwe strongly the need of potash '
for six years, with no heavier chill Tonic i* equally valuable a* a
could do for her seemed to bring application of fertilizer than was in the fertilizer to produce a satisfac General Tonic because it
relief tory yield of sweet potatoes. Even; well known tonic properties of QUININE I.hereby announce my candidacy a*
"In fact, she suffered so long and given to the sweet potatoes, it is II that received I and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive. representative in the next Legislature .
y so much that I feel it my duty to let likely that the soil of these plots in plot no ammonia gave out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and f hereby announce my candidacyfor '
r everyone know what this medicine which any one fertilizer element was' more than twice the .;yield] of plot III. builds up the W..jole System. SO ants the office of Tax Collector Os- from Osceola county, subject to S
t has done for her. For" several:: J the will of the Democratic voters In r,
months her condition was such that omitted, was more or less exhaustedfor -- _. - - ceola county subject to the Demo- the JUhe primary.

she had to remain in bed, and as a that particular element. Therefore 1 i cratic Primary of June Cth. I believe I "s
served term in the
Tanlac."I last resort. I decided to lot her try I these results should be considered Eugene. C. Bryan. Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice: Pres. J.VL. Barber, Scc'y.lreac.. that I am fully competent to fill Legislature Having] I feel one that, if elected to ;
of some importance as a source this office to the satisfaction of the '
t am a conservative man and have serve again, I will be better fitted to
t always been skeptical regarding tho of additional information in regard to taxpayers and promise, if honored by .consider the various measures that '

use of proprietary medicini but this fertilizing sweet potatoes.The your ballots, to give my best attention -
before the Legislative] Body.
case has certainly proven an exC<2p- land on which this experimentwas and ability to fulfilling the duties come .." "
tion. I am now firmly convinced that conducted was what would be Incumbent upon me.I I will appreciate your support, and "\
Tanlac is a medicine of gl cat power if chosen to fill the position will serve
called a fair grade of high pine land. will appreciate yoursupport and
and extraordinary merit.' I do not to the best of my ability. .,
think I have ever seen anything to Fertilizer\ Used. vote. .

;, give such' prompt results. Mrs. The same number of pounds of fertilizer Bryan Realty Company GURDON H. CLARK N. C. BRYAN.
Sykes had taken only two-thirdA of
was not applied to every plot, FOR SHERIFF
bottle of this medicine when we began
to notice a marked improvement but each plot received the same number Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, i

in her condition. In less than a week of pounds of plant food of each I am a candidate for the office of.
from the time she began taking it Element.: The following amounts of Opposite Graystone Motel hereby anounce my candidacy for Sheriff of Osceola County and will
she was able to help with the house- I re-election to the office of County
fertilizer were applied per acre. appreciate support in the Primary
hold duties. Before she taking Judge, subject to the action of the your
Tanlac she had fearful pans in her I : dried blood, 112 pounds, and mu- Democratic election to be held Juno 6th.
Primary June 6th,
side, and suffered constantly from ria Ve of potash, 84 pounds. Plot II : If elected to this office, I pledge :,
1916. T. M. MURPHY.
sour stomach and indigestion and acid phosphate, 224 pounds and mu- my honest endeavor to enforce the
was intensely nervous. These distressing Orange Groves, Timber lands, We Pay Taxes for Non-resi-
riate of 84 pounds. Plot III : FOIl laws with ,
I thankful to potash, TAX COLLECTOR I ITo impartiality and to devote
symptoms, am Cattle Ranches, Country and ideals and Act as Owner's
say, have entirely disappeared, her dried blood, 112, and acid phosphate, my entire time to the duties incum.

appetite hau returned and she seems j 1224 pounds Plot IV: sulphate of am- City Property Agents for Rental Property. the people of Osceola County:: bent upon the office.

to relish everything she eats. She monia, 72, acid phosphate 224, and l J In announcing my candidacy for CLAY JOHNSON, JR.
sleeps better and is strengthand
gaining muriate of potash 84 pounds. PlotV re-plection to the office of Tax Col- -
flesh rapidly. I think it only a ---- --- -- FOR SHERIFFI

question of a short time until her : dried blood 112, acid phosphate C. A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary. lector/ or Osceola County, I desire to

health is fully restored. 224, and. muriate of potash 84 pounds. state'that if elected, I promise to

"Tanlac has certainly proven a remarkable Plot VI: sulhpate of ammonia, 72, nve the same personal supervision hereby announce my candidacy
remedy in her case and will for the office of Sheriff of Osceolacounty
and ofpotash' The Waters & Carson i the
do all you claim for it. I cheerfuly I acid phosphate 224 sluphate office as I have done hereto-
the Democratic
subject "
Plot VII dried fore.
recommend it to my friends. 84 pounds. : My record in office speaks for
Tanlac is Hold exclusively in Kis- 224 and Itself. Primary. If I am honored by the
blood 112, acid phosphate C. L. BANDY. .. '
simmee by J. Z. Roberson and in St. sulphate of potash 84 pounds. Plot voters of this county, I promise to'. ".4.

r. Cloud by the Seminole Pharmacy.Adv. .- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERTo devote all of my time and energy to
acid CompanyWholesale
!VIII : dried blood 112, phosphate Grocery
224, sulphate of potash 84 and ground the Democratic voters of County the duties of the office and to enforce

ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK J\lARKIIT': limestone 2000 pounds.The Commissioners District No.2: all the laws of the state without partiality "I

SPECIAL REPORTd first three plots received incomplete I hereby announce myself a candidate and to the best of my ability
and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES
ftrtilizeia the next four to represent district No. 2 and L. M. WIiIDD r
National Stock Yards 111. ,
solicit the
J support of the Democratic
i April 18, 1916. plots were' given a complete<<: fertilizer FOR CONGR
} Cattle receipts 4800. Steers dull and the eighth plot had complete voters of that district.B. ..

h today, selling lOc lower than last fertilizer with ground lime G. HANCOCK. -
it week's close. Butcher cattle and together I hereby announce my candidacyfor
and mixed stuff steady. stone. The fertilizer was divided and COUNTY JUDGE renomination as RepresentativeIn

Killing: cattle-choice to prime fed given in two equal applications. The -- .Congress from the Fourth Congressional ,

i teers?$8.50 to $8.90;' good to choice first application was,made on May 4, 400444'0400000004 0444040000440004, We are authorized to announce District.of, of Florida, subjectto
ty fed steers $7.80 to $8.50 medium to ;
; I
good fed steers $7.40 to $7.90; canner and tho second on ,August 19. Triumph 0 0I" wWEBUYt''o, James W. Lilly as a candidate for the action of the Democratic "Primary -
4 WE SELL: 0OHAYr : .: ,
$4.60 to $4.65; cutters $5 to .sweet potato draws were planted i I''. 'I ''I ,),j, '.', : County Judge, subject to the action to be held on June 6, 191$. I
$5.50; fat cows $6 to $7; light weight on May 10, in rows six feet apart ." .'" \ '' <"i' 0 of'the Democratic primaryto be held shall make as active '* ( !

'bulls5.25$6 to $6.75;to$6 common; .heavy yearlings weight $4.50 bulls and' were'. set sixteen ''inches. ;apartHn 4 .p' " : 0 oOo' ",O. BIDES.." ... . .4 June *.6,. 1916.' :" ," '. the duties of my office will perm
the'row. GRAIN
to heretics . I' appreciate to the fullest extent
$4.65; $5.50 to $6; light -
veal calves $6 to $10.50. RESULTSThe the
4 FERTILIZERS 0 support me during the
Stock cat.tle-trom( tick-free territory yield per acre .were obtained by 4 0 WOOL last primary, and I sincerely trust
: good to choice quality thin weighing the sweet potatoes from At the solicitation of my friends I -
4 SIIINGLES 0 my conduct has been such as to merit
steers $6.75 to $7.50 medium tot
; each plot and figuring them at 60 4 0 AND hereby announce myself a candidate continuation of '
good quality thin steers $6 to $7; a same
0 ORANGE BOXES 0 for County Commissioner from District ".
t steers $6.50 to $6.2light/ ; yearlings "If you cough all night you get no 0 4 4C ** ALL' .* No. 5. If elected I pledge myself -

.$5 to $5.50; young cows $5 to $5.50; rest, nor does anyone else in the 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 COUNTRY to faithfully-discharge the duties FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD ,

:;good$s.zs. quality stock heifers, $5.50 to house. Keep within reach a bottle ofBAi.LARD'S 4 VEGETABLE r CRATES 4 of the office. J. H. WALKER.FOR .

Hog receipts 12,000. Market steady HOREHOUND SYRUP.It "0 + PRODUCE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT: I hereby announce my candidacyfor

today; top $9.95. Bulk of the good is then easy to stop the tickling CRATE NAILS 4 re-election as a member of tho

hogs 160 Ibs. upwards $9.50 to $9.80; which causes the cough, whenever it 0 0 County School Boar from District
pigs 120 to 140 Ibs. $8.75 to $9.25; 0004440044444444 9040040400000400 Standing upon my record duringthe
No. 2. I have given best effortsto
Price 25c 50c $1.00 my
lighter pigs $7 to $8.50 with rough appears. past term, I wish to announce to
hogs at $8.85 to 925. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. the Democratic voter of Osceola the duties of this position duringthe r

y Natl.! Live Stock Com. Co. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. county my candidacy to succeed present term and earnestly solicit 'I

Take Car of Your V.11.! Free delivery in city limit*. Phone No. 12. in the office of myself the support of the Democratic voters ."

SANFORD H'ERALo.BOOSTS The appearance of a veil depends on We are county agent for good fertilizer Ask ua for circular and pries of Public Instruction.County Superintendent If in the coming primary. I pledge my- ,

its freshness and its freshness de- on fertilizers. / you self to continued conscientious serv-
elieve that record to be
pends on the way It Is taken care of. // a good one, ice if again honored by ballots.
___________"__ I will appreciate vote and
KISSIMMEEThe So it i is well worth everybody's timeto your sup- WALTER BRONSON.

keep a yell free from wrinkles. Roll port at the primary. June 6th.

It, If possible on a cylinder especially ffi C. E. YOWELL.FOR .

meeting of the Florida Press kept for the purpoHe. This can be covered STATE COMPTROLLER 1 '.
Association at Kissi.iimee last week with silk or cretonne, and It CLERK OF COURT

e was one of the most pleasant and should he a little wider l Ihnn tae veil 4 .y arr
profitable meetings in the long list of kept on It. / IT HELPS y- To the Democratic voters of OsceolaCounty "
assemblies of this great association.
Another good way to weep a veil :
The good people of Kissimmee were !
the personification of hospitality and fresh Is to fold It. 1 pulling) It smooth YOUR Thanking you for your kind sup- ,

did everythintf-in their power to make and \vrlnklclexx at you fold over andover port in the past, I hereby announce ,. ,
the members of the association and with one hand at each Hide of the
BUSINESS myself; as a candidate for re-election
the visitors feel at home. The ladies veil sreu I
of Kidsimmee were especially nice Never fold a wet veil ns the Folds ?,' l 1en to the office of Clerk of the Circuit .
to the visiting ladies and it was just will stick together If you do. [i,{rs Court of Osceola County at the DemI I

one continuous' round of pleasure Blue yells. of Inoc and not are smart to have an account with tho Citizensi ""' ocratic primary, June 6th, 1916, and tlI

rived from the until time, the the last first ones visitors left arc for- with blue nulls and fro'ks.Iud plumor I Bank of Kissimmee, where every j I'2 earnestly solicit your support. 'If re- I/ I

home. The good people of Kissim- prirple telK\ too are worn with transaction will be given prompt attention e 3 elected to the office I assure you thatI V

mee are renowned for their hospitality suits of those colors. extended and will give you the same faithful and .
courtesy ,
and in conjunction with the people ey-cry 6 l4 impartial service that I have endeav- <

of St. Cloud certainly showed the Plans are under way at Valrico fora every privilege of prudent banking , ored to give in the past. ',. . press gang the time of their IiY,8.It .
s' t was truly a feast of reason and club house and golf links will be afforded. Your checking account is Very respectfully, j ,

flow of the soul and life members of' ready by the fall.TAYLORTS. cordially invited.LUPERIOR J. L. OVERSTREET.FOR (

The Herald staff who were fortunate I .... r-- 1
enough to be present can testify that ,SHERIFFI
it was one grand time. Others cities '". ,
of Florida that are in the I big city
will be
a candidate;! for the officeof
4 class attraction A
may stage a greater
p but they cannot surpass Kissimmeeand Sheriff of Osceola county at the

St. Cloud for real, genuine southern primary in June, and solicit the sup- '
hospitality and our thanks are BEST.-. port of the Democratic voters. If
given to all of the hosts and hostessesfor SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT elected I'will give entire sh,
my time andattention
a delightful time. The editor of '
the Herald. has enjoyed the hospital- BLOOD to the duties of the office. rw<1

i,1 it)!' of Kissimmee upon many occasions JAMES ]I. SMITII. .
ro DIRECTORS: -- E. P. "
and these good people certainly MEDICINE THAGARD
occupy 'Jarge place in our heart. PROSECUTING ATTORNEYI of Marion '
They are ,the best ever.--Sanford FOR RHEUMATISM ARTHUR DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSONF. hereby announce my candidacy County. i; : '

Heald.t Vt>../ '* ftiufa itCtiarv'ifffif for prosecuting attorney of the County Ga17Ll.I.e ..Jti:

The sand-asphalt road from Fells- t ffu r' < > tins' > H '. W. HILL J. MILLIARD A.,W. GUSTUS Court of Osceola County, subject STATE COMPTROLLER '

'mere to White City_been completed PRICE JP-? FULL PINT BOTTLE 1 Ut' to the action of the Democratic primary ,A. _

and trill be thrown oPen to the' pub- WI:::::: : ::::::, ,:uu: t":"' of June 6. Democratic Primari*'
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Bus, H.. R. '''Il,., maoorj': tiewls CTBry- Miss Alblna Smith tchr ach'1 S(..0 with the ground, a greater yield frill i 1 The are rare daily shipments ** of
proceedings' r rt clerk": attorney, and J. R ,Gilbert,, Miss Ethel Crawford tchr sch I SI.00 EDITORS ATTEMP TO.. ,
Miss Lola Ldiwler. tchr soh ''!?, 86.DO be obtained and a longer grazing sea ,truck by .express from Delray for tho
The president the Min Cilia Relchert, tchr edt 8600 .
presented follow A*>a will
I ng; committees for the ensuing!; year; Miss Cleo \Vooldrldare tchr aoh 1 86.00Mra. TALK son be.aft'orded.. because tl}ere last week around BOO box.. '
t the e City Council l finance committee-Roma Thomaa, f. O. Bryan tchr sch 1... 86.00 BUT will not be much danger of decay or
H. Miss Harriet Wilcox Ice ach 1 66.00
chairman C. Bryan., Howell Baa These shipments do not $ndud.citrus
Miss 1 fungus attack. No should be .
Street committee Roma Thomas, Myrtle Bobbltt tchr ach C6 00 crops
chairman Howell Baas, J. W. ThompBon. Min Cecelia Overstfeet. sob 1 86.00 SPEAKERS INTERFERE expected from the corn 6'r sorghum .and other' proddce sent by fast
In regular I Miss Ix>u1se Thomaaon sch .1 .,66.00 '
The councll.'ma session, Sanitary. eOMmittee-p7. C., Bryan, Miss M C Bryan, tchr sch IX_ 6600. planted. in this way although by freight.A, .
MisIxmlo Lawler 5 00 '
tchr sch 1.
there bring present a. JI'. Krlbb. preaIdont. chairman,. Howell I
Baas, WV AV. front
Carson. I Miss Medora Russell, tchr sell 1' 6600: planting fewer beans and more
Koma Thomas W W, Carson, M, Kducatlon. Cemetery and Charltl (Continued page 3)) eoI'll.
C. ....,.a.n. J. W. Thompaon. l ewls I[ Miss Ruth Clark trhr ach 1 _._. 66.(10 prudent mother U always on' the
O'Bryan. city -attorney( H. 'ri. May E.WOo. Bryan chairman. ; Howell. Llua, Miss Emma Yowell. tchr ach 1 76.00 Peace: Foundation of Boston in'__up- acorn, trop could be had. On a small ''
'ihompaon.Rulea i .
mayor and J. R. Ollbert clerk. and Ordinances. W. Car.. 'Miss Lillian'Dale, tchr sch 1____ 6600 port of the.plan o1 the League for the scale where one wishes to grow ,watch for symptoms of.worms'ln'herchildren.

were The ml nil tea of the laat reportsof meeting of- eon Thomas. chairman' ; Howell Bass Roma Miss Miss. I Lucy...ottle Wltherspoon.Doollttle tchr tchr ach 2 1 6600 4000 I I I enforcement of peace. beans for seed to plant a larger crop . Paleness, lack of interestin

_. fleer were "prroved., approved. Klertrlc Light and Water-.AV. "" .1 I I Miss l.ula Ormond. tchr ach 6 -? 40.00 Following Mr. Llvermore, James next ..eason. poles would be better play and peevishness Is the signalfor
Mra l-jit1cB .
yl,, us bills follows were }approved and ordered paid,. Thompson.Carson. chairman. ; 111. C. Bryan, J., W, j.i Mra. Eunice Richardson Richardson,sch tchr 7..'7h 4600 R. Murphy, president of the Associated supports. 'I WHITE'S CREAM VERMI. r

.K. May, sal. 10.00 Mrs. I'J. A. nurnett trhr sch 8 40.00MI. Land Development and Colonization doses
;H. {!mayor ? f BuiIdlnK-Howell B.... Chairman; 1 I FUGE. A (ew of this excellent +
I.. Emma 10 2 80 00l
Tyson mo.
G. W. Uveratreet aal. marshal.. 75.OO W. W.- B. h.clh. Interests\ of Florida discussed
A. H3. Coleman aal. police _?-.,.* (t 00 Carson C. Bryan. > L, Cokr, tchr ...-..... 4000R : the problems of his organisation. .The largest acreage jbver put In cucumbers remedy puts an .end to the worms and
J, 7..,. Roberaon. aal. treasurer ... 26.00 The t0110wln.- : ; the M. Dor-ey. tchr-sch .18 10000Miss '
applications for Cora L, Main tchr acktl6 70:0(* is being in at Wauchula the child, soon acts naturally.,, Price
*, J. R. Ullbart sal. clerk -,____.. 7600 appointment of city surveyor were received. Then it was that the first subject ,
J.: R. Ullhert. sal.; deputl coll.. 1600' : : C Miss N Carnea Ethel 'Mills tchr ach tchr'16..:. 6600 6600: pertinent to the work.of the organic but other crops ate not as large as 25c per. bottle.. Sold by Osceola i
Lewis O'Hryan, Bal. city '5.00 Ludla.m ?
ally. R. H. A. .. .MacDonougrh.
O. V. Krlbba mbr. Council 200S JOa K. 'Johnaton. Miss Katherine Shadoan. ach IS 6600 ,I cation was .discussed.: This was a in former seasons. '. Pharmacy.
.-..... W. Thorn paon. .mbr. oouneII._ S.oo The chairman called for ballot (the lit 1'. Laura Lee, tchr ach 16 -- 6600 round table discussion of the question
Mrs! It M tchr ach l, 6600
lUloma, Thomas, mbr. council ._ 2 00 Horsey j
nomination being doled) which of "Subscription Cont3sts led by S.
., sch JS_ .. 66.00YMiss
Miss Gertrude .
Ci, C. mbr. council _.. 2.00 suited 9
Brf'an In 1 votes for Johntson.
W. W. (.arson mbr. cO'4ncll. .. 2'00 vote for MacDonough and 0 for re.l I. Kleda UoollttU, ach' 16 -.- 6600 J. Triplctt, of St. Cloud; A majorityof .
'Miss Iris Oliver tchr sch IS:__. 6600IMIss -
e Fraternity Haft rent March 1500 the the contest
speakers opposed
lamj.; whereupon the president declared !
I: Ceclle Ramsdell.. sch !I... 4000I.
Kiss Tel. Co., phone for March 6:00 J. K. Johnston duly electf-d' aa city: plan.PLANT'. '
O. W. Overatret feeding; prlsnrs 1C.00 surveyor for the ensulnv....r- L Jordan tchr ach 10.\V 20 W Kiss., 46.00 66.00H .-' The Favorite Store of KittlmmeeFURNITURE
J. W. Tlner apeclal police at P. Applications were received as follows Pearl Johnson, sch Klsny : I t
N __ 6600 .
Election __ 200 i the I H McCray, ach 20, KUsy
Drew Alvo)'. special polluo1)sy marshal: appointment: of night( M K Wright, ach SO N. KI..r-- 16.00 SOMETHING FOR .

-% H.n. Election _.__. 1.00" U. A Coleman C. F. Tyson, D. AV. Ludle M Spear.. ach 20 86 00 VELVET BEANS TO CLIMB
Hattie N
Valley Oacettei prlnUng andsupplies Rees, .{ King, sch 20, Klssy86.00
f_._____ ____.,. 2200 I Upon recommendation trom. the 1l' Miss. Haael Norton ach 21 -_=_ 4000
__ _
Miss Iva Nlawonaer, sch 23 60.00Melissee .
W. B Mak neon Co., mdae. ..90II. mayor Mr C. K, Tyson was on motion : should .
I ___ 36.00Miss
A W 1*. Urew Co., troa.Jr. appointed for an Indefinite period to Roberson ach 25 Something be planted : ?
era record book .. 17.10 serve in said capacity' I. ,Rose McKenzie tchr sctv! 10 81\.011 the velvet beans to hold them
Corner modlclnes I Mrs C Wheeler, ach 21 ____.- 0.00 among .
Drug Store nominatedaa
I Mr Lewis U Bryan was .
for prisoners ____.___________ 1.00 city attorney, there being; no further Miss nettle I'aerlgo ach 41 I mo 80.00. above the ground. Otherwise, they do el
Mrs 19 A Burnett supplies and
\V A C tiro Co.. mdse __...... 18.88 a nominations Mr. O'llryan was __,______ _____. 2.00
Burroughs Adding Machine Co, duly elected; aa City attorney for the wood sob 8 ._ .- 1 not yield so well, and the, pods are
Valley Uazette, supplies ach
ribbon. and cleaning,; machine 400 ensuing term and office _. ._ __ 6.SO liable to attack by fungi. While velvet )- .
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Ella clerk's May office 2000' The following, KlBRlmmee bid was, Fla.submitted, 4 4. 1816. A E R Scranton Jackson labor sanity sc1 tax ach____16' 80 6..SOK 00V beans are not subject to many I A

J. K. Johnston serv. civil enter.' 2000 Honorable City Council. Xl..lmmeeCity ( 46 -WE HAVE IT !
\ A C ( schrf 1
K ? diseases, they are to some. The neglect
J. Overstret-t cancelling, ; certificates : la.Gentlemen Kiss AV *OLC P, waterr. : rent .... JO: 7 .
and recording deeds do
146 I, the ,
: undersigned which will stand is
J \ Prentla bal ach 1 16608H :
.. .. \ on piano any crop .
Howell U" mdrse prisoners 2.80 herewith submit my bid of Ten Dollars' . __ n."
lj t upfer. coma treasurer!
Zion Institutions and Industries and eighty cents (.]0.80) per cubic .Tack Washinfrton, wood, sch 1_. S.SOR necessarily limited. Velvet beans .are sr
typewriter ribbon 1.00 the abutments and wall
M l> tchr sch .16. H I> 1 16 no
Oaceola Hdw Co. mdan for city built mev. no exception;
60 be
t of culvert to onNorth IS. :OnO
Male Miss I Cora sell H S I) 1 10
Mrs. H U KavaK". meals tormanagers N Cnrnea f..llr sch 16. H R 1) 1 Id.00Miss Corn sorghum be planted
streetA or may !
of election ________ 6.00J U DAVIDSON. '
8. Cadel run club shoot. _'___ 10000II. On motion the foregoing, bId was referred Mrs. L.aura Ethel. Mills I......,ach sch I 10.16, 8 S 8 R I U> t 1 1000 1000 thinly in the field for the vines to In connection with onr Hardware line we carry: a completeline : .

C..' asm.benefit of thostate ICO.00Mose power to to"acl.the street committee with Miss Kathrelne Shadoan tchr climb John M. Scott, animal industrialist of furniture. We make w specialty of oatiltiD..omea, and
----------- 1000
16 8 IJ 1
: sch 8
,. .r. sal_ .exoanmovln7I i The.matter of building city Jail wasdiscussed Mrs R M nornp -ach-----10 i -fii->"-1 1000 to the University of Flroida l>.andl reliable I '
house and referred to the building:
Mills' \ 1 10.00
.n rdlUg Miss dertru.l" sch 16 S )
n A. NleirmyeT. committee for consideration Miss Kle.ln. Doolltle. tchr ach 16 Exptli'imenStation., prefers the sorghum -
Bam I Lupfer. roll and Mr Bryan made motion that r
: sec
: pay IOUg ene 1000 I
S ) 1 ---------- -------- I because it will hold better
rent for fire .II'lsCw: 71.BOk the president appoint a committee to Mr.. lrl Oliver.-sen 16.: 8 S 11 1 1000t5: up Bed Room Furniture Dining ..I
A3. Key .. 1660Much be dealfrnated a* bulkheadlngcom J L, 11arRra\e I| and. will longer than *
remain <
Bras hauling" 8t. work_ 12 00 mittee, said committee to stand until W H Maklnson; ? .g'hchIJ6; .-_ S.IB 1 green
Alabama PnvInK Co. rep 8t__ 207:fin some definite report as to ways and J. A. Orlmm labor sup.sch 16 __.. fl.O& | tho corn. The corn Jr sorghum Room Suits Kitchen Outfits.Par-.
___ lake front
4 the
Fred McLaughlin drayage OOJ mean of bulkheadtnir '
arh 8 n 2 6.00
I. tchr 12
I n Poker
__ Motion carried, and ; should be planted in rows seven or ,
J Dann, .hop work '.00 could be made Miss.Hose. McKen.llsch.1 K. H 1)I 2 6.Miss .
State Hank of Kiss., pay roll 8t the president appointed as said committee Rockers
Hose McKenzie tchr sch eight feet apart. Sorghum should lor Suits Odd Chairs
hands -------- -- -- 26416 Mr K C. Bryan, Koma Thlm- L 12 H 8 n 2 __________ 6.00 ,
W H Maklnson Co;, -md.-. a., Howell Baa: the.. city attorney toIlve 'I,Mr Ie1la Harvey tchr ech 18. stand about a foot apart in the tow. '

(1 :,1" -Hdw.-co.u ii.e-; :::::: 14.60 10 L>r.aid AVV to Carson. asked nthatathe I Miss S H\I.ula) 8 Ormond.--_--_:._srh____6__.8._l n._3. 4500 6.00 Corn phould be about three feet npult Couches, Etc. .

May Lumber Co., lumber __ __ .19.USRoss council consider further aid to the .
u .
Mrs. (* R HeelM, transporting the The velvet beans shujljlbf .
mdse .___ ____. fiB that the council in row.
Orav 'B u. band and suggested pupil. H 8 I II 2 ._ 2600 i'' i
W. A. Joiner; aupt W &0 L, pan16.00 make an appropriation. of $60.00 per I MINE Ceclle Ramsdell.. sal trhr planted between the sorghum or .
___ ould be necessary -
K Gardner, that amount
B. engineer month as
J. C. liuckloa llnemnii ________ CO.OO to hold tHe b rtd together and, Osceola sch 19 8 R U Co.4 unhnn.sch- 6.00 corn rows and should stall about 2 This store if making a record for itself In the matter of
Hdw supplies
Will. R. Brsdloy.Kills, 'II'n.rtremnn at light___plan_____.,_ 76 to.OOV 00Ooy visitors thought the and bandgreet wjjr worth, attraction the amount to I'' Miss 7. H Iva S 1 NIK.-on/C..r.> 6 -_.. __nn.sal tchr__. 8B 'J' -et apart in the *x>w. helping people to outfit homes. Come and .... Oar price are .

Oardn." wk S days750 paid. them Arter consideringthe request sell 23 8 S l 1) 6 25.00 By keeping the beans from'contlctpARK right
Kla ICIec Co. mdae K II'____ 1S4.17 It was eo ordered that 126.00 be Nellie 1Vothorheesatchrerh
Gulf Hi-f. <'o. oil __..u nnn_ 27.60 allowed >oi' the month of April andfurthep Mrs 35 8 S I II B 20 (10 1i
II R Clark, drayage .. 100 conslderation would T>e given Incidentals60.00. ilVi
U h. u.
J J. Dnnti. shop work __n. .._ 1.10 the alter at the next. .... ..tlnK. C T I IJ M Vowel. Murphy.8 mo<.ountJuriire. rendered
Robert Hlerti'l shop work _ S 60 .,& petition signed b)' property own- MH report of hunting; llec.nsi.s enl
II. Dlrker*).m, indue K I. l'.u.. .IHI ,'ra on Stewart avenue was presented lected showing 'lft.&O> remitted to the
Osceola Hclwr: Co. mdsu U asking that acton be taken In regard { county treasurer to the credit of the TOOLS fOR 1 ENGINEERSNo
May l.umb ('o., lumber :_:::: /1 26 to pavInK! said avenue a* soon as Poo.'cip..lltlon : scliiml fund
J. ft. Ullhert. stamps & refundior I o sible. The matter was considered The! board purchased seven libraries.
March __ 6SSR 16 tiled for further ronslrteralionOn .
O Ilurkles wood for I .
following schoolsNos :-
1... Starling taps & laboX___ 1470 account of water. and light. tpllertlons of- one. <6 ach, 7. 0 for, 12,the 19. 1H and 2*:--the same matter what kind of aa Enfine you haw-Gat, Steaaa, w
sal .. 4R 00Osbornn being placed. In the hand
\Vm Qulrrk. scaverMcfr
for out of the
Young, sap veniter 8000A the city clerk making ant* Increase In to l>c-,, paid In which said schools are. 10.cAI..I. .f Railroad or Stationary Eofine-we hare exactly: the To." y-
J. Key, Iml saJxiicavenKer_ 12.OOKdlson work In' clerk office It was on motion
a Hammen Oilers
Cornell. jt&l I. Oroman8000 so, ordered that the clerk bo allowed 1" home no further business. the need in your everyday work-Wreichei,, etc.,

Mr Earl. lj>r{tT asked that the a deputy at a salary of 130.00 board .adjourned until the. next regular all of the beat quality and workraaiunip, and at prices that wiQ p
council appropriate the I amount of month
per 111111.
May I.
tlOOOO tvwnrd (lun CWlwhich la to meet In the. city council adjourned 10'm..t In regular
for-nrinual "uhoot, HtatlnK/ that the session Tuesdav. May 2, 1818 pt 7:80: C. I:. YOAVBI.I 8up.rlnt..nl1ent.* Chairman. hardware that b of superior quality and you will make .. mb! y

c that had In made the way a like nf advertisement aproprlatlonAnd I'. M. J R (JILJlI RT. Clerk take in coming here NOW and iatpectinf oar Uf stock.

considered that the city would be benefited J. AV THOMPSON, I'Ksldtnt A valuable dressing; for flesh

money morn could than he spent In any other WRY the .wounds, burn, scalds, old sores rash,

After considering the shove requestIt chafed skin, is BALLARD'S SNOW n

sun was warrant ordered' on thnt General the city Fund clerk as loanfor Is- Proceedings of .- LINIMENT. It is both healing; end i ,t0IF 4

the as stated publicity fund for the purpose antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00: Osceola Hardware Company' .

Mr. .1. M, \Vlllsuii, Jr. asked that the per bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar-
council allow redemptions of tax sale the School Board '
certificate" held by city against the macy. I!
WMi of lot 2 and SH of lot 3. Block
"M';' of Robert Items Addition for 1813
and 1914 at the same valuation as for .

1 IK. via: 70000. Klsalmmee. Fla.. April 3, 1>16; FEVER CURED .. .. ...
considering the above request.on instruction LA GRIPPE AND -... -.. --- .. II .
After The board of public met ,iii '-. Iio-.iii- Iio- iii- "- Ie- -.v -- .
motion It wax ao ordered that the In regular session, there being' present IF IW- .
name be Mllowed provided tho parties W. C. Mass, chairman, J. M. Stratton "Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cured"my ,
redeem at once i and Waiter Bronaon; also C. 1>:. Lowell and after
._ H. Weaver presented claim for care auperlntendent. husband' LaGrippe Fever

of nanc pauper committee"which,, was .referred to fl- read Minutes and approved.of the, last meeting; were the doctor's medicine and other renib 'May Lumber Co.Wholesale '

An ordinance to further regulate.Are : H. t.. i.upier, county treasurer reporter dies failed" .
risk within the fire limit In the a* follow: -
Ily of Klsslmmee Florida was Intro. 'io the Honorable Hoard of Public In. LULA C. ROACH, Prifton Fla. and Retail Dealer. In

deed and unanimously passed In open , atructlon In and for,Oeeola County) Sold by.Osceoln Pharmacy, 25c. TRAMMELL .mvmPlala: ?, .
... on. (See ordinance In another col- 1 herewith tender, my***'report aa
r..oIUtlon' treasurer of Osceola. county for the' CThefw&y ,- LUMBERShingles "
The .following-(' waa Introduced month'.of March, A. D. 111111: YELLOW PINE
4 and ttnanlmoitslv adopted.A <.;e.rr.l 8ek M>l _.*. For (U. S. Senator
He.ol. ln.. :To balance from last report.. 10803.44 ;:?'" <
1 A .certain'pro>' end avenues To mt. reed from T if slur ,, .J and laths'
Intf of atreeta In ph) hunting",: licenses _ 110.00 .
the city of KIsBlmmee. To. amt reed from tax collector ! :
Whereas It Is deemed advisable and taxes :_ '.' 0.., "f ': j imlilHllllm He has made goo .k Governor I..
to the best Interest of the City of KIsslmmee To .amt, recd, f-------------- )' c ",. .- '" (">( fI_. I I and would make goodas 4'I. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY '
that certain. streets and avenues polls 1X14 28.00 1':- ,. II' ... J JI
hereinafter named be gr"d..d.pav. To e"al"i.:: reed. mtaii ; I :'.. . .:. .. Senator.He .
.. I and curbed: baa sufficient lector, pull, Ikl6 ______-___ 167.00 'j1 .... '.-. .. All we ask is let as figure on year estimate .
whereas the _
And. ; I
funds to pay'lts one-third of the esll- 16487.84By .1/. ..1"1''. ) has fully demonstratedthat Courteous Attention and Prompt Delin".. Y
mated cost. ot said... grading. paving paid warrants as per list 4207.86 J Give, \ he the ability
and curbing: I' \ possesses
And whereas the cerllflmites of Indebtedness By balance _uuu.u____ li80.ISHubHrhool ,, and the conception of the pub. Ki simmee .
Fla. r
a.. authorized by law and IH.t.Y.: 1. Phone 21 41-: ,:

assessed against the abutting owners. To bal. from last report __u 827.86 ( lie needs requi.ite'to a high ,
can be negotiated. for the balance. of To amt rued from tax collector j I I .. .. ... '
standard of official service
; taxes __,__u_______ 1864 />" -V/lr *> -. .1
ThTreforfl. the .
be It resolved by and the people's interest is safe -- -
of Klsslmmee.
council of the city 1028.40
Section 1. That under and by virtue By paid warrants aa, per Hat 106.10 \ fr all in his hands.
of the power vested In the city ofKlsslmmee \

hv section 6861 of the laws By balance _______u________ 9ZO.80 / He sections 4 and 5 I II r
or opposed
01 H.b-Sfhool l. No. 3. .
the laws<'SVyio1rld&rdlfl6.Ct'T1he6.8tV.e To bal. from last report ____ ."..U \ OccaSionsNC .of the resolution" and I
and avenues hereinafter described be To amt. reed from tax collector y Mr. Citrus Grower '
graded, paved, and curbed accordingto : taxes ______________ go.(t .. led fight for its repeal. : .
specifications heretofore
adopted plans relative to the grading Tn; pavIng said- 132.87 I 43A Believe in Parcel Post Rural For the time being we can supply you with
and curbing of Main street By paid warrant. aa per Hat 80:00 for
city said plan and apeclflcatlons being Credits, Preparedness

now on file In the K-Tlr By balance __ ? 102.37N.bSeb..l ....fO/l''!>'f... JA.YSONV1llt,6lAMiss Defense Restricted Immigra,
In5 now on file with the city clerk In His.. N.. a. Water-Soluble PotashALL
said city, and being subject to such To balance from laat report 897.44 tion Marketing. Commission,
chanire and seemdilroperntoafacilitatethe To amt. reed from tax collector Jean CaldwellAGENT
council may taxes _____1. ________ 818 It Federal Aid for Good Roads,
of bids and the
a consideration the contract for the oftthe 726.28warrants KISSIMMEECmmJSESASS Adequate American Merchant YOU WANT AS LONG AS IT LASTS

Section The de.crlptlon Marine of Harbors .
By paid list Improvement
aa per 70 00
atreet. to .i.glfj graded, paved and curbed This is the most interesting announcement made in regard to

are as follows: Balance ____ ____ ____--_.-- 666 It and Inland Waterways, Florida fertilization since the beginning of the European war
Stewart avenue from Church street K.b-HrhMl 1)1.... N*. 4. Aid for Eradication of Crop ,
to Broadway; width from curb to To bal. from last report __u 2424.11 and it is in keeping with our custom of being leaders in this in
curb; from Clyde avenue through Pen-, To amt. recd. from tax col- y.5.wl A k J-fc/\ Pests Requiring Honest Accounting
fteld street running west to Dlllln"- lector, taxes ________n____ 147.81 Cb/rb. 4.r lrl 4//\\ dustry.
ham avenue: then south to the road I'lltalH41 -.1 .i.M mc\V/ to Farmers by Commission Mt

or street running along the northerlY 2672.05 bo-M..... .i-al.ll. was Sins RU4MTy Merchants Federal
aide ot the A. C. 1.. railroad and known By paid warrants as per list 87.80 eb r&Jfr&-'ir' a IDEAL
Clay .tr1. Thence southwesterlyalong -.r.::;. NRAN ... .. Aid for Farm Demonstration FERTILIZERS
said. Clay street to the city limits By balance ______ 2484.86N.IrIek.el r y.k.e.a rIL.70
Width of paving" through Pen- Diet. No. tt. SmKK 'ixfiimtStore Work, National Financial Assistance
field (4l. and nllllnnham rive., 15 feet: To lIalancfrom last report 198.77 SOLD IY for Everglades Drainage have for a quarter-century the best 'and most com-
atreet width of. paving; v To amt. reed -- line of food combinations '
along Clay, from tax col ------ ------ plete plant possible to offer to the
lector, taxes __._________u 9.00 Project.He .
'Vine street from A C. U railroad growers of Florida, and now in this trying period IDEAL FERTiLIZERS ;

,; east to the city limit, width of pav- 207.77 \ - is the author of the Corrupt are doing the almost unlimited t
Dy paid warrant Hat 6.00
aa per
"Seitlofnetl:: Be It further resolvedduetspeeed mE v, UARDSiI Practice Act which elimi POTASH content and all POTASH is strictly WATER-SOLUBLE
City Clerk proceed with By balance 202,71NubMeisel l
to advertise for bids for the Diet.Ne. ... nated Graft and insured clean K2O.

work a* herelnahove specified To balance from last report 12278 and bank win elections in Florida author
'Unanimously' adopted In open session To amt recd from collector ;

; this 4th < ay of II.1 A. I tU taxes L___uu_____ 17.93 dowi should be protected amendment to primary law relieving 191$ IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE .

O. F. KRIBUS.Pre.ldent of with good..irelIuard. of Am. 3 to 4%; A. P. A., 6' to 8%; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 5 to 6%
of the City Council 140.66 .. We make voters outside cities
the City of Klsslmmee By r aa list I 10 00Uy
There being no further business the Valance: -----_?..per.___--- 1306: them for every purpose over 20,000 population from OLD IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE' -

council the adjourned newly elected sine officers die whereupon were- Warrant In open.were session examined! as followsGeneral and cancelled : partitionetc including capri,, having to reregister every two Am. 3 to '4%; A/ P. A., 6 to 8%; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 10 to 11%

aworn In presidentnRomaoThomas. ,. school fund 4807.66, nub- lit.... .&1..1..01 tin years.
there Rchool district No. 1. |106.10: Hub- CHEROKEE-FRUIT GROWER
w AV Carson J W, Thompaon E CnVyan : School district No 2 310.00: Bub sn with dunbUUr.Writ Reports from all sections of
: Howell Baa. Lewis ORrand School district No. ,. 670.00: Sub- .for .. .
city attorney; H. R. May, School district No. 4. $87.70. Sub- Vulcan prir-Works the State indicate he has a W. & T.'S SPECIAL MIXTURE! NO 1
J. R. Gilbert, clerk. School diet, No.6. 16.00, 8ub.8cbooldlst Iron 4
lead in the
< Mr. Roma Thomas was nominated No. I, tie.00. JtitiS ,n-. strong race. AMMONIA-PHOSPHATE
temporary chairman whereupon Mr. Warrants were" approved and warrants FORMULAS'
1 J. W: Thompson was placed In nomination toped aa follow: mlRn /q See platform for other policies and any other analyses .to meet your needs. .
for president for the ensuingterm C. K Towell. aaL aupt ___.-_.. 12500 -
and n o ::rhet'u"'n..a: W. O. ( BPI .- ---..-- 4.00J : Read his Record; willFmchehasaccomphahedmuch Our New Catalogue will be ready aoon. Writ to us. :
There being no the 8. Stratton. M B P f -.--- S,SO 'RUBMY.TISM.Will }
"' ., council adjourned to meet fn adJourn- Walter Bron.onM_ B P f .... 6.00
ed session Wednesday, April 6th A. D. MI. Anne Carson, _"Ice.R. for the)'benefit of the people.I Wilson & Toomcr Fertilizer Company/

it! '"' .uU. at. 7:I. p canhlna club --?::_. ._ .... SO 00 core your BheamatUJD
f 'JnlIt GILBERT. ach f ...... S6:00Q. will appreciate Ma........... ., IDEAL ....TI.......
Clerk 28..Woooddill Neuralgia Headaches Cramps your sup.
I: J.W. THOMPSON. Janitor ach 1____ 400 ,
Pres. C. W.' U.. 17.00Mra lars--tsl .C ;
,' Deputy Janltor sob Bruises Cuts and port
" ',. M f Sean rent ach 1 .... uU: Colic Sprains ........... 0..u. ....... K 50. sod AH n....- ............. .
f\-. April J, ItlS.The R M Evans, aal tchr Belt 1.... Boms.Old sorts; Stings of Insects ) c PARK 'TRAMMELL. ........ I.. .p..y6.a.11..Wsry ... .u.'t'u ,
eovaoll met In regular adjourn- W N Harris, tchr ach-1......_. 10*.0MlBB ,JACBUOSTTIULK. ,. a
i. ..a session there belnapr_BtJ. W.Thompson ) Almeala Lltner tchr,ach 1 ,00.00. Etc. AatiaWtfeAMer a.isedinUnully -- '8 (Paid" ,

,. president; Roma, ThomaB Min Clara edbetter tchr sob 1 7600 and e2 externally.Price. ... ....... . le
w' A "..C. !JrT'". W. WCanon.. Howell Min Louise Clark,r, ", tchr Mia 1 .. Ti.O., I Il' "


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If* Fashion Cuaa About two Small Tots Find This ::

of the I Important A......" ... That of ,a" ,Apron II Am..lnll. MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES :

One,; of the Youngest and Most i u. "II r Seeds You Should. IH1, 1

Successful t l Sculptors. Among iiockwpur It does not 'matt' ,. Useat: Once: King's bluo linen fashions this quaint -,

,,'bat'tho"dell'gll' of tho collar If It' line ... little .uniform for flve-year-olda.. Tbe '' To Here's my gusrantee-Oo to any.drag
an open front. While there are n few edKes"'and'Iiuge./ . itrowiiun"i Iockela'a 1'0 "Orison's tirer Tom" Is Harmless tttofe and get a, 60 cent bottle ol.Vvf-'

PRODUCT OF'' AMERICAN SOIL. extreme dresses seen with high collars, SEVERAL FREE BLOOMERS" bound. .with. dark blue- silk braid, and deal Your Sluggish Liver son'a Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and
the majority are made with low; flat. if it doesn't straighten )'00. right up e
- collar or those with high backs and \ id Bowels. and make you feel One and rigorous I TT./
want you to go back to the store .....dfret )
In the New Arts Opening to Woman low (front 'In Planning Your Plot Always Boar In sick. It's Dodson'a Liver Tone .
tight Calomel makes your money
Sculpture' Dffora an Attractive Fl.'lc. Soino cape, collars are made to lie Mind 'Whor. Certain Plants Will Go horrible :Take a dose of you the dangerous in destroying the sale of calomel beoauBa.V"> ,

One College Girl H. Already Mad.. flat .while othecau bnTtf collars with and Their Relation to Other Flowara w drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose it ll real liver' medicinal entirely t:

Place For Horodf. high standing bucks attached, with the and Other Color.. ''a day's work. table, therefore .it can not viogtr't"'t" -
is points turning on cithersiJo, forming {r Rrt Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver make you .sick. '

Ono of the most successful among a V. While seeds are germinating; and which' causes'<< necrosis of the bones. I guarantee bat one spoonful of Hod- '

tbe younger women sculptors of the) Tlioro'nro' '' many attractive styles i' In plants are very amall.they nimt' be Calomel, when it comes Into contact Bon's Liver Tone will put your..sluggish\ 1

,oJ UulUM Strafes is Mb Alice Morgan collar: 111.1 l :c'ul1' eels. The collars p I limy Iiundlod) with the utmost. care and pro- with sour kilo crashes into jt, breaking liver to<< work and clean your bowel of
Wrleht.. ,! Ml 1811 Wright Is a grndunto of lx ell tier lint ot with a high back a nil' It up. This I II'h..n you foci that awful that sour bile and conBtlpated waste 'f:
caution for 'and Insignificant .
Builtli' college.. 1004. .In the year fol- I low V front The cuffs. are medium<< ,, tiny OH nausea and rraiiiping. If you are slugpish which is clogging! your ajCbtem and make "t i
Iho aWilllng, nppedr It and "all knocked out," If yourliVef feel niifx'i'iilila. i that '
follow young/ may J Mexlr'II1.IJ' lug you guarantee
In depth mid out the design of s
lowing her coiirso oho at(idledJ I .
college and "bowels constipatedor ( 'of Dudxoii's Liver 1'ono will
' the collar. Komo: nets' afro simply, (InJHhod HctiKltlve to changes/ In 1 tonipenlure : i ill torpid| a "bottle ,
have headache dizziness, coated entire family fooling tine for "
you keep your
lid too much or too llttlo moisture
on edge: with lieuiNllU'liIng or tongue, if lironlh Is I""i or stomach sour, month Civic It to weir cliilJrnf. It Is '_
>|cot edge while others ojubo- gnu/ in tUo, room, disease( and all I
a i nro junt try a spoonful) uf harmless llodson'sLiver linrmleBB dOI'8"1.! gripe) and they like its \
Fairly It wmiietl. Hullles ot lace. or.not ho things which sometimes: even hire : Tone tonight''on my guarantee. pleasant taste.

about an Inch In width<< nro soinethues ger plants hare not the strength to resist I 1 ,
arrange on the edge '111 us many 1111 --- "'

I four rows anil are Iinlnli
I f t with houiKlllcliliig. The tmiuo lilcii Is be started "lit the wed pans. One 'issalvla .

? carried out on Iho cuffs. Among novel- or scarlet sage. It Is such a "

lien aro leather collar nml culTnets'. daring color that It must be planted R. S. FLOYD ;

They are In colors as well IIH while with exceedingly good( judgment-not I: eta ,

Quinines and venteos are lit ninny attractive prominently,' for It will make Itself i. -

Htylos. Net organdie hat iNte, seen In whatever distance or conceal. u In

voile innrqulKetlo and georgette crepe went It Is placed, itnd not close to the 'f''f'D

are the materials
\ makliiK. with embroidery<< and lace for wblch Is HO frequent nyide. but It :

trimmings.Plalllnes. should be near blending or well conrastiiiB -

+ of net, organdie and mullnes colors. Salvlii: Is one of the Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. '" Si

' are used In various ways. Plnltlngft on last flowers, to 1 bloom lu the fall, but It

\ dI wide bunds! Are lined to wear Inside of t M slow growing( / and the seed must I"/
a high fur or coat collar. Plnltlnnn are started itt 011(0.Verhe11ns Try Us on Your Next Order For Peed ;:i.

also used III collars the
making plait free
arc blooming and generally ,';.
t UBS licliig lined on |1)01||Ii the I upper unit. mitlHfactory, lint they must be
power edge of I the rlMiuh band BUT _
chosen carefully with regard to colorsAvoid -
rounding the week
the wNirlet rued other shades of
I.oone flowing face veils will lip niuelivorn <+444P OO
.OOOOOOO.too o i
red and ]purple> | miles you know exactly ij
thin wprlng. Home: circular
where they are'to be put nnd err j ;
yNIj1 others are draped. The cliviriiir veil I mire that they ",11111,1, clash with other "THE SOUTHLAND"
with a round opening III the rooterwhhh BO ADOIIAIILR. i
IblllJ:'''. The white Is lovely: In n small \ ,
filM over the crown of the hut Is I
t iKed to qiilto mi extent. IJK-V elTectsvltli I /Burden where there lire already flower- lie( ,garment hangs from the shoulders.' Ja.c sonvillc

woven scroll )patterns lire <;nie. of nuiny colorH. lie I! true(" liygk-ule WII)'. Across I the bottom "

really Directive in tells .'f (Ms) kind.. It will |please you Inter If you sow i parade: delightful llinl 1<'Ttriirtcii tV0x

tome are 111 I IIr'c..1, on ten nn elliptic one )pan l of KiiIplKloHlH' and any of the I 1'>LHIIJU,! III au"i' 'IUo and 1 embroidery.HOMEMADE : CE3lXC..A..G-C: : > .
varieties'with (fold. The flowers are hol I :
band, allowing It to ho niljuvted<<1 over
l veined tIshouhl be VIA
he crown of Jlitf hut. Some hang In eaiitlfully pup( BREAD.How

trulght linen' to the "hol1hl<'rM. while 1 uhf r. A. C. L. L. & N. PENNA LINESALL
illiers, are flnlMhed 1 wllli n rnrluor You should<< !have mmpdrogoii or untlrrhlnuni ,
In tbe soft rose shades: III'I to Mak the Staff of Life Quicklyand
mn.t humid which limy lie cunjiht nroiiiMl I thohroiit.
Veils the J yellows. Snapdragon PCcdliugH inu-t t the Well
usually" njntcli color I STEEL THROUGH
,of the hot I, traiiHilniitc|' < Into another pan Break two cakes of yeast Into n cup-( TRAIN
a j soon as they can be handled and wnterod (III I of wnter At blood teniperatiire. Put Also Sleeping Cars to i

Ii FOR NEEDLEWORKERS. caul Ion sly, as they have a futni n tul>pooufnl of sugar on the yeiintto CINCINNATI CLEVELAND

habit of "damping off"-that is. the HI 1111 II II.Ic' Its quirk growl While INDIANAPOLIS

stein rots close to the ground.A this sunk, wiirm two cupfnla of milk and GRAND RAPIDS
One of a Set of Six and a Bigger C n-
MISS Mara MOnOlM. WBIOIIT. tarpieca. few seeds of ('olah'n scantlens. the( with n cupful of, water. Thin, with (the Observation and Compartment Cars Vestibule Coaches '
water over the yeast, makes A quart of ,
cup and saucer vine, mummy be started In,
with Gutzon norglum nnd Frir/.er, two When you lighten; your housework I vetting sullU'lc'iit for four loaves.In Dining CarsDAILY
a three or four Inch put and the strongest
leading Americans.. SUCCCHHCS have his xpilng by putting' aside<< heavy
plant left to grow uiilll! It Is time to n large mixing bowl! put several ,.
cpme easy to Ells Wright. Hlie took tablecloths and using dollies a set of
plant out of doors. sieves of flour mid make a depressionIn Lv. Jacksonville 8:20 P. M.
the St. Uaudens prize and later the ,..,.,, ,.::....... I
Otltzon Borglum prize. -- "Tho I purple perfume of petunbts"may the mlddlo<< of Iho I flour lu which Ar. Cincinnati 9:00 P. M. '

be 1'I'l1Iel1ll'l', now In plans, put a level tublenpoouful" of salt anda Ar. Chicago
During five years spent In Parts your 7:45 A. M.
heaping tablespoonful of lard. Pour
-and the asters.
of Miss Wright's sculptured
many the liquid and the yeast upon the lour For reservations
pieces were In tbe salons of France. Nomesln and terenla are two dainty apply to

Since her return home they have been flowers not often' seen In gardens, but t I and mix with the hands, working the A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. #
flour from tbe outside Into the liquid In
shown An the academies of rhlladel. delightful as l Is also the little bluo lobelia Jacksonville "
the middle of the Make stllT Tampa .
!: mass. a
tbe crystal
pbla and New York and at the Panama1'aclQc palace compncta.FOR
exposition. Smith college visitors dough and lift Ibo ball out. putting oo ooooooo..ooooo. o o o
away any remaining flour for future
will especially remember Miss'Wright's EARLY SPRING. use If the flour, is granular let Iho'dough
bronze relief of President
; -" lie on the board' for ten minutes
Beelye, which now bangs In Assembly The Kind of a Suit That la Both Smart .covered with a warm bowl Hint : '
.hall at Northampton : and Old *
i" and Serviceable. _, "-<,;'i1l$/ the flour.-."'mjiyv', properly; absorb the Rags ). Magazines
::J' ' ,!,.,'"' .
Black and white checked worsted develops moisture. If the Hour Is not granular

:CONVALESCENT CHILDREN. this suit for juveniles, cut'with this wait Is not necessary. Are Worth Real Money

as marked flares .jiiid a stitched on belt. Now shape time dough without kneading t

de. 'Hew: to Amuse a Child Doom.d to they The buttons are used In pairs and lay the !ball in a buttered .l boatel\

Bad Awhlla. and butter I the surface of the dough to We will pay spot cash for all we can get. You can make ;
dpi + X child recovering from an Illness li : I, keep It soft. Cover and let It double
gathering them for Write for
bJ -apt to be fretful and peevish demand- ttiE9 Id a warm plnee.! an hour to an hour money us. particulars.

'lug any amount of patience on the part TOM BEN AIS8ANCK. and a half. If you wish still furtherto

of a mother or on attendant. these tlluntrated will be satisfactory hurry It set the bowl In warm water Southern Hide 6c Skin Co. J

If tbe child Is a boy modeling In clay The lace Is tbe revival of Battenberg and place smaller bowl of warm Jacksonville Florida

'.. 'Will be found entertaining and by braid and button built around a centerpiece K water on the ltd<1 of the large bowl containing ,

.helping' him form different animals and pr'ITeJtlean drawn work. tIm dough. Buyers of Hides, Wool, Alligator Skins, Old Metal Etc.WhatlsltYourLandNeeds .

houses many an Irksome hoar will be When doubled shape quickly into the '

whiled away. 'If a girl try paper*Sow- baking pans+ for the second l fining and,
Try That. Short Cuta.
era or paper dolls. Children also enjoy bake when again light. This recipe In
There are all sorts of short cuts for ,
snaking scrapbooks. Cut attractive pictnves excellent; for ne when one must have i" .
sewing on the market The endless
+ from, old colored magazines, for 1 i bread.In a hurry. Half of the dough I .
task of working buttonholes be
'it should dlways be remembered children may be made Into crusty rolls.
by using the worked butmboles
/ like bright colors Young children -- -
? :
which may be purchased by K r.
can cut If they not competent I Ps '
Shampoo For White Hair.
the yard at the low. cost of 0\ cents. ,
"to paste. suitable for the little folks' underwear. The very bent shampoo for wblte

Never let a child who Is recovering They come worked In flue lawn for < 1 hair Is the white of on egg beaten Into Does it medicine
require or treatment? Is it
from an Illness ,.for It [ proper
sew will prove shirt waists and the little girl's dresses. a pint of soft tool water. Rub the ,
Hiring; tbe' work being too Intent \ hair with tho making a soft lather in
Tbe trying; taslc of sewing on hooks egg of stimulation 'or should] it have more plant m ,
I whereas" > paper, clothes for dolly are.ure' and:eyea la not now necessary, when after wetting the hair with cold water

to enjoyed without fatigue. they can be bought by the yard ready and finish the same as with other food in permanent form I' These are questions that you

A pair of toy scales and supplies In to be stitched Into place. In making a shampoo, except in the last rinsing water

the shape of. rice, sugar, ratslns and fitted lining It Is well to sew on these which should be cold. A few drops ought to have answered in your own mind before you

milt to keep shop, will please n small\ fastenings before It Is fitted 1 lu order to .f of tbe \best Indigo, not ordinary bluing

child and mother'; of course will do secure a good fit. If the spaclngs be- t' .' should he'added to tinge the wa buy any more. fertilizer for farm-garden or grove.

the buying. tween the hooks Is too wide In some Aq ter. This acts exactly as does bluing.on ...

EJlllI'uo"'e| toys are not necessary to places where there Is a strain! It does white goods, leaving tbe balr a pure When a person i is !sick, the good(} doctor prescribes
make a child happy) for nine out often not take long to sew a few on at these white and not lu the least.tinged with

will prefer some simple homemade point. It, however, you do sew! on a S r yellow.. inetKcine. After the recovery the 'physician advises '
affair or'an amusement they create tor books and eyes you will find It much A 1 1I Tale eyebrows and lashes make n

'themselves. less difficult' to keep the (bread from face; expressionless. They can be coaxed right living as 'u means of preserving health and prevent

; End. of'illfc' bowing through on tbe right side If Into a better growth by rubbing the ing the need.of more medicine The land should have
Odds and :, you will slip a piece, of whalebone Into eyebrows nightly with vaseline and :
Look through your bag or box containing applying to the roots of both the eyebrows -
the hem.
If the hem Is too wide' for a the same methods it
to medicine
'odda and ends of embroidery whalebone cut a heavy piece of cardboard and eyelashes a tonicmade by applied only when

- 'alike and let them prove useful In ornamenting tbe proper width and slip that In. 'i mixing five grains of sulphate of qui sick; nourishing food and good care at all times.
guest towels and other nine with one ounce of sweet almond

things. It Is well to have a few little Colors For Mlddl'o Ago. A STUDY IN PL.JID. oil. Apply this with a fine sable brush

a towels on hand not only forborne use, It Is safe to say that few women of which comes for tbe purpose. Natursown is high-grade natural phosphate) finely
set low tbe flare of
patch pockets on
but to be showered girls whose middle
on engagements age can wear brown success -
the (pcnlum. also give a chic finish. ground. Its use with the and culture' '
Copper Dishcloth right
have been announced. The fully. When tho. balr la turning white crops )proper
moat attractive towels con be made. by or gray. It Is particularly unbecoming The wfflte faille lining of tbe collar Is Among tbe cleaning agents there are al methods
detachable. not only increases yields but adds to the
embroidering across their ends little as tbe gray and brown do not harmonize two recent additions to tbe list that ; ,

-flowers. These can be filled In with In tbe are well wortb.wblle. One Is tbe cop.
least Brown seems to permanent soil fertility. Natursown.i i is the kind of soil
m Trench knots made from the various bring out all tbe unbecoming yellow Attractive Blott..... per wire dishcloth which comes In ,

corded silks. Tbe result U really very qualities In gray balr. Dark blue on Guest room blotters are covered with three sizes, for the cleaning of pots and medicine that a good doctor gives' his patients as a tonic. ,

satisfactory.Maltr; tbe other hand lends. It a bluish wbltetfD& stiff cblnts coven the blotter leaves pans and is much more effective than
the chain cloths; it does not
chip or
-- that U soft and particularly love Inside being; held<< In place by- narrow -. We prove .the merits of Xaiursown
crack the enamel. The.other Is steel
d'Hotel lau_ ly. If your face Is sallow never wear sa wool; this comes In a roll and a little a booklet. us send you a
One-third' cupful butter, ten drops green. It, however your balr U turn asJlhTE"used In the hangings of the "
bit pulled off, which has the feeling of copy
onion .Julceone; ; tablespoonful! lemon ing gray, but your skin is white and room. On the 'outside cover of the .
a bunch of horsehair and looks not unlike
Juice, ODe tablespoonful -,ot, chopped clear, with a' soft pink; flush In the blotter picture, clipped from a magazine '
It, 'will' clead enamel ware pertec.lysimply -
.puateT. salt and pepper' Beet the cheeks; 'tike to green kindly; as It will "Sunday1; paper, Is alltec1.'and Lakeland
I by: 'rubbing It'over the sur- Phosphate CompanyCypress
f. ter,to a cream ss for'a-cake: add be most becoming., Larenderiand par .thenthe..entire,, cover* Is shellacked ; face. It may also be used for brasses
lemon Juice a little at a time and, pie are really beautiful on: most ,:'mld? These blotters are very; bandy t for and glassware.Use/ ,with It a
> non-
blended,'stir In. the parsley; ; tinioi bUt-1 die aced,yo........while blade and gray eu t.looin, use -tic!. renewed alkali soap if any, and always rinse : Ave.. Lakeland, FloridaI
Ire equally *uocawirnl bow* cheaply"'alld'\ OftI'll'enoucb'> to keep
Form Into < White
and aeasonlnft a .bafl wr, .the article and'polish with a drydotb
J ever seldom looks unless the ski* and In .. .
.,eak and set aside to chill before well Utena flesh lavltlng appearaf Ula cleaned i :: i"Hsj'after -* '
fcalmoat flawless. "M j _", .>.... M-Jul__* t"0 .f.1.* .'....".
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in a. fj..rt .f VBBV .......m eftlisU'etal IfOT.CIII..or AOMllfl.TRATOR Prom Clyde Avenue through Pvufteldning
Clrealt. ., Cbs. leafs ., ...._... you FINAL DSWHAMOSiw -Street West to >iUln hanj -
<. .. Avenue; then South to the rojd o, p
LegalAdvertisements .1N'7.: :' rotiHT ov FIlE covurrrSTATH .UDOIllo street runuing along the Northerly
I "' or ri.uHinA. O.OBOI Gr..... Hotel ;;'...,, .,...1...- -. COUNTY. known .. Clay IiItr..t. Thence SoUth.w..t..rl .5COR.
..t. .. r. Bstat .f Meelrllir. Peers. ) along said Clay Street to the
: .... .BiT..ir0 t"RTTIT1.B Notloe Is hereby'' given to all whomIt City LImit Width or paying through
a..... Florida _. Veasaaay ela may concern, that on the 10th day oHeptemVer .nn..ld Siren and'D IlInK".'". S
' .1111' 1111 II 1 I r II iiinnFORHCLOSURH I.. W*._......s. Aw I>. It... I shall apply to .. fifteen (II> al. Sg CI..r.8IrY"I..t : MACHINERY
hItHER OK PC BLI CATION the Honorable T. Murphy. Judge or width of pavlng'nlSe (III : ..
SALE] aid Court. as Judge of i'rolinte. foi my Struct-from A. C. U Railroad AND
,- .TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN) final discharge aa Administrator of the East to the, City Umlts width, if pay. O ."DBONES
It appearlngvby the sworn Will ot estate of Koslolla Pearson deceased; Inw fltteCs.l, $1 feet. Ail of said: work ,
Notice IB hereby given; that under Complaint to b. completed within ALL SUPPLIES :*
- filed In this cause that the and hat at the same time I will present .a reasooabln
...*_ and by virtu of.. ni decree or Respondents below nsmed are. person to said Court my final account time from the letting of said contract ,
foreclosure Issued out of and under whose ages are unknown Xo the Com aa Administrator. said .state and to, .ba.determined by the Council All
the seal of the Circuit Court of the Plainant and whose addressee and ro'sl ask for their aproval. be fIled with the City Clerk RUBBER COPPER
Seventh Judicial Circuitf the Stall dencea a. last known to the ComplainT Dated March 8th, A.: 'n. JUS.U.o.dlmo. not later than five o'Mack P. M. on
of Florida. In and for Osceola CountyIn is. Athol. In Srceatr County A. H. DROUGHT. April Hind J916. Each bid muat be
Chancery .1 Hiott'. In a certain cause Maascbusett.: : Administrator accompanied by a cestith.s4 check Ih 5'\ : ,
t therein pending, wherein. FerdinanduIIock. IT 18 THBREFORB ORDERED Thai -'- S S the sum of "60.00. and each bid must TUBES LEAD
] receiver of the Lynn Haver William M. Wood and Alice ,L. Wood, be presented-ln a sealed envelope ad. if
Hank A Tru.t Company. .is complainant hi. wife. be and they are hereby required AUMINISTHATIUN "ClTATIOJt: dressed to the) City Clerk and marked
and Rhoda C.. boyce. Mr. D. WH..aehvJCdward "Bid for ". ROPE SCRAP IRON 'J
to be and to the HIll ol ;; ; Paying. 'The successful bidder
Mrs.. C. I)O.h' appear I.> C.. .f ... Cetisity Jads*. K4a4e at shall be
Complaint filed In required accept oertUflcates
8oyc"l this
' h. cause In the Klerida. U...... Ceas.
> r.
lioyoe. Q. Jsjloyce Court of Indebtedness
aforesaid .on or before Month constituting;
and Wm. ,L. Boyce, heir at lawor liens against | SEND IT TO US WE REMIT: WOftJTO tilt
day *'.* day> of May. A. D. 19IiT' ;; K..... .f Dslssa ' >
Wm. II. Bo "... deceased are defendant face value
) '. the said. Bill of thereof for the propor.
*, the undersigned a* Special. will.\ .In 5 due course of law., Complain be taken! HY TIlE JULM1K OK SAID COURT tlonate share of the wprk aasensetlavalnst Cms Old Sores Otter RetteOa* Wea't Core, 'WtiteForPiceUstPfSIIIAJHffAjCt2

Master. in Chancery the legal will sell .t'rUbllo a. confessed against' the said Respondents applied Whereas to, this Jackie Court Ann"for Urahain Letters has of the abutting owners. The sue.cessful Tbe worst cases,sOtustierof bow loaa steadies. ; 1 1CIS7
outcry during bidder will. be further
required are cured by the wosdetiiil, old relUble I>iPorter's \
the estate of Dalmi
on .
t before the court house door In the city IT 18 FURTHER ORDERED Thai to give M bond In a. sum equal to 60% Antiseptic HeMlns Oil. It relieve!
of In said Osceola County:' this Order be published Graham deceased late ot said Countyof of the amount of bid. If the City Council .IACltSONVIW.nA.
KI..lmm..J. once a week Osceola: Pain and Heals at tht a jieUme. S3c.SOc Ha tEAt :
1st day of May A. p for four consecutive weeks In (he Kls jM'S.s It advisable to require said j
rIIr'I" Y.OI'O These to cite"and ad.
the .. described real Ismmee Valley Qaiettea weekly are. .t"derrr bond. The Council reserves the. right
situated In said Usoeola County, monish all I the kindredand to reject all .
% estate and
: newspaper published and of general said any bids. "
creditors of deceased ta beand .S. S ,
For --
Florida to-wlt.t' In the city of Klsslmmee, detailed Information allI.Add..r'ar.

I....ts numbered Fifty-eight (U), and County of Osceola and State of Klor- before appear the IIIIh before day thisCourt of Ma)', on A. or I.). referred to plans and ,prclflcntorn|
for curbing
Fifty-nine B9)) I also lots numbered Ida. paving now on file In
One' Hundred thirty-six IK), to One WITNESS the Honorable James W. 1916. and file objections', It any they the City Clerks office In the said.Cltyof I
have to the of Letters ol G. D. B. SAYS
Hundred Hlxty-elifht '(168)), both Inclusive Perkins, Judge! of the said Court and Administration granting on said estate other Klsnlmmee,. Florida. and bids can Joe E. Johnston
-all of 8U Boulevard ol my name as Clerk thereof and the seal wls same will be granted to said be made pursuant. thereto. The Coun- ,
the of St. Cloud according to of the said Circuit Court at Klsslmmec klhl" i ell reserves the right however, to
...Tol"-n::: Addition to the I'lat ol Osceola County Florida on this nt person'or Uraham persons, or to sonic other r/1/ ZmI'.d: plans and specification I Hare yon seen,. tbe new Osceola ',. ,
said Town, filed In the office of the the Slat day of March A. I). 1918. witness for thd beat Interest
Clerk of the Circuit' Court In and for (Ct. Ct Seal) J. L. OVER8TREBT of the. County my name aforesntd as Couhty this the 14th of the city. 5 Dress. Look for it, and abort all, CITY'ENGINEERSurveying :

aid Osceola County on the Twenty- As Clerk. of said Court. day of A. D. 1216. J. R. GILBERT.: for and U ,
April be
seventh day of September A. D. 110, By James. M. ..1ohn.lon..1ohn.'on (811A14) T. M. MURPHT. 18-8t city Cleric.NOTION it coiyineed. .It
and recorded among the public record A. Deputy. Clerk. .. -
l"-6t County JudgeNOTICH tie best Sc cigar tic market.At
OB .
of said County! In plat book B bnage ai Oarrett 16-4t OF INTK\TI4: V 'PD Apr'11' '
II: also lots numbered Ten (10). EI..v. Aa Counsel for Complain ants. TO CREDITMtSIa TO TIIM COUNTY ('i'tlltlAMIti1l.115Oil. ! all stores of note. and .
.n (II). Twelve (II). T..nty-on.. .
($21, wenty.three 1111'Tw..nty.two la Clrvalt Coart off Ike Seveslk Ja.l.rial Oeart, of ..e--r;;;.
Forty-three (41)rltt.four'orty.four lilt ..niSeve"ty.lx ; Clrealt of the State ., Fl.... ef Florid., M-eole (.....,.. OI'I It"'I'K A TOIL 1IIIIIM.K, Made in Kissimmee. Drafting I
llifty.three (53)) la Estate .f Alelblades h.... .
sVctlSn I. la aad for Oseeota ,...ty. re -
(T V of Four (4), Notice I Is hereby given that the .
IN (..HANIBRY.Orayatoa. Undersigned -
In Township Twenty-six (26), '8. Rang To all Creditors Xiratees. flistrihi'LIeee I will apply to the Hoard of G. D. B. CIGAR MAN

Thirty (SOf K: also Lots numberedSeven Hotel Ceaipaay. a Florida and nil Persons HavIng Claims Count Commissioners of I>
(7). Eight!: (8). Twenty-dye (SB). C-oraoraflea. fosaalalaaat, or Uemands Against said Estate: County. Florida; on Wednesday' thaSrd
Twenty-six (I').. Thirty-nine (*'). vs. StilT TO 4lIRT) TITLE You and each of you are hereby day of May, 1916. for a franchiseto S
Forty (40). Flfty-aeven (67). Flftr.j Seatk Florida Hallroad Cosaaaay ..8ml. notified and required to present any establish constrict and operate atoll S. II. BULLOCK
eight (U). Fifty-nine (S*). .. It............. claims and demands which you, or bridge across the Klslmmee Hlvi-r
(TO). Seventy-one' (1!), Seventy-two OHUUH OF. PUBLICATION either of you, may have against the at Fort Bansenger where the pul>llc t 1 ,
(TS). Eighty-nine. (89)).' Ninety ('0)). estate of Alclbladcs Hone deceased roads now crosses the said KiHsltiiin.

'e. .llnety-one (91)One Hun red.two TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: late of Osceola County. Florida. to the River at which I point the said River
(108). One Hundred-three (101). .On It appearing from the sworn Bill of undersigned. Executrix of said estate Is 170 feet III width and approximately REAL ESTATE
Hundred-four (104)). One Hundred- Complaint: filed In this cause and within two years from the date. 'hereof.Onted 12 feet In depth. For SaleOne !
(lit). One Hundred twentytwo %*M*%nn %% e.MM.
twenty-one there are persons Interested In the February Slat. A. T>. 1916. WITNESS my hnnd tills the Srd dnyof
(1SS), One Hundredtwentythree property Involved in this suit other AGNES ROSra.' :: April. A. 1>. llilfl. # .
(1SS One Hundred twenty-four than the known Respondents, and that 10-St Executrix..NOTICH . W. S. PEARCE. 9-room House INSURANCEExamination
Hundred thirty-three (1 1). V
(124). One One the names of such persons so Interested (.U Applicant ,

One Hundred Hundred thlrty-flve thirty-four(Ill One). (114)One Hundred,Hun' andthat are unknown relief Is to prayed the Complainant In the said; TO flllCIHTOKS Ci'FA'l-lDS OF "IHII..IC'I.IIA..O-- -'- One 6-ropm House of Titles a

deed thirty-six (II.). Bill of Complaint agaln.t the said un I. Court ef' the CoiiB.r Jadsre. State
nfty-three (IBS), On. Hundred fifty- known .f "Florida. OiM-eela Vommtrtm .
Hundred nfty-nve : la Court nf tke Count r Judm Slateof One 5-room House
lIt). One .
four ( IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED That Florida, Onerolsi -. Specialty. :
(lii) One Hundred fifty-six (164). all parties claiming: Interests and re K.....e ..f P..l E. Tradrll. touoljKstate .
One Hundred sixty-four (114). OneHundred to the \ : at'n All Creditors I/eirateen. Distributees Small cash payment. >
iii). On. Hundred following described property TO ..f HarryV.. Pbs,.....
sixty-five (1 situated In the County of tisce. S and All Persons \having Claimsor
One Hundred sixty- HA TUg JIll.116: OF s.t 11" C'OIMI-T Balance like rent. Corresoondenca Solicited.
allllv.I.1.8). ola and State of Florida, vi.: Demands Against said Estate: \ 'li.'r-as. John S Cadt-l hits niplod| | ". .
seven (1 81)HOn.. Hundrde IIIIIty.lfjhtIn' That part of Ulock Twentysixof You. and each of you are hereby to this; Court for ehltirs i,f AdinlnIslratlon :I I
( :) One < hty(: V.i.O : the South Florida Railroad notified and required to present anyclaim. with will nnnexfd on I In. '
Hundred I
Hundred eighty-seven eighty-six(11). One Hun- Company's Survey of the town of r"I:: I<;'; you, or estate of Harry" Thurinmi. dtreani FOR RENT6room Robert Riedel Co ,
described affftlnst the
(188). One Hundredeightynine KlsslmmeWCIty. as follows late of...ild County of 0"018 :
drJ'd eighty-eight T Htate of Paul K Trudell. deceased.Into :' Furnished
-Ine. Tli>He are. therefore, to die\ and admonish -
(lvi). One II Bounded nth. Northwest by"roadwa.y of Onccola County. Florida, to the NOVELTY
nil and singular the klndn-c WORKS
ty-Blx (I9.), One ,U. ...,dred n..- undpraigne'd.dministratrix of said House (15 Month
slxty-eli '__ ftreet on the NortheastDakln ad. <'n*<]ltora of said ri>HHi-d to l I.. a t
..ev..n87)j)IIundreir One Hjifidrrd ninety-nine (19 9) $.,i, sjvenue. on the Southeast estate, within two years from the date and appear before this Court on or l>t>- House Bills i Specialty. All literior Hiish '
( ), l. Tohopsaiiga street, on the hereof. fore (h. mth day of Mar. A. D. 191fl.
Two Hundred >Z( 0). Two Hundredseventeen \ithwpst. l>v T'oanell; avenue-be- Dated February llpt. A I). 11lft. and flip objections If any they Window and Door Frtuntf, WutJotf ..
M\VT. Two Hundred nineteen eighteen rfl tract of land Three. hundredl" . KI.IZAI1ISTH TRUnKI.U the granting of Letter of Administration Ask MRS. SUMMfRS and Door Serm n. ,
(2>*)./Two Hundred .-<-t Avlde l>y Three Hundred and 10-St Administratrix. with will annexed on said 'PhOD..1 216 ResIdence
(220). Two Shop CT .
( ;
Hundred twenty
(UII). Tw one-hJf fet deep 101 KNFIELO STIEH. SOUTH KISSmWE "
estate, otherwise the will be
Hundrc .. (222S.. Two). Two Hundredtwenjryseven Hundred mnht.1\aUT lands lying In Oovern- !. (Irralt. Court for tk :Jadl.elal granted to said John 8 same Cadet or to Oarlincton A..-. Near freight Depot ,.
twenty-two Section .1 Ike State of Vlortda, Further Particulars
Two HundredtwerftyelKht **'F of Twenly- Irealt some other nt person or persons For -
(227)).. Two Hundred .Iwo In Township TwentyfiveSouth. I. ..h'o .4).eeeis ("...ty Witness my name as County Judgeof ; -
(118) of CIIAIV Range Twenty-nine East
Hundred thirty the Count) aforesaid this the 11th
twenty-nine (289)), Two Tallahassee Meridian and being In day of April. A D DR. J. A. TROVILUON
S30). Two Hundred thirtyoneiSl III Uiueola County. Klorlda. Hotel ( ._....y. a Fl.nid.orpe.ti.a (HEAL) T. .... $f8URI'IIY.
( ),
). Two Hundred thirty-two. Two under Oeorge F. (Ooode deceased or C' C'osH.lBlaaa.. 18-" County Judge.ADIiISJSTIIA'TItN . - -- --- Specialist! In
Two Hundred forty-nine (249)Hundred) Minnie V. Ooode deceaaed. or otherwise .... ft IT TO Ql'IRT TITLE CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS
Hundred fifty (2fiO. Two do appear to the Complainant's ...... tnmrtmm ...11.... Cmmmmmmr, *.
fifty-one. (261)). Two Hundred nfty- lllll of Complaint herein filed on or'before al. lte.i*.."...f... CITATIONla Cure them wIthout cutting
two (252). Two Hundred "fty-three the Srd day of July. A. D. '. WHItKH OF PI'HI.ICATIOXTO When you buLBREAD them out. .
-p(263)( Two Hundred fifty-four (254), else. In due course of law, the 1d' Bll! Court of tke ( ..>a.r ".."'.... State of ORLANDO
Two Hundred flftv-flve (215)>. Two of Corn plaint will lie taken a. confessed A 1.1. WhOM IT ilAT CONCERN: : "Florida .......1. (:...t y. FLORIDA
Hundred fifty-eight (lliM). Two Hundred l>v all such parties.And It appearing. ; by the. sworn Hill of S-6mo .:
fifty-nine (llill). Two Hundredsixty It I. further Ordered that this Complaint filed In this cause that the Estate of (Jeaeral "........ Vatea.HY 'I '
(2110). Two Hundred sixty-one Order be published once a week for Respondents, In this case who are THE: JU1XJK ()F SAID COURT S
((261). Two Hundred sixtyIWO262). twelve consecutive weeks In the Klaslmmee herelnbelow,' named are persons whose Whereas. Vlanah M. Yates has applied .
Two Hundred slxly-thrc-e (263)) Two Valley dasette. a weeklynewnaper residences cltlsenihlp and acres. are to this Court for Letters of Administration
Hundred sixty-four 12841. Two Hun- published and of general unknown to the Complainants. and on the Estate of Oeneral C. F. THRASHER. ,
dren eightycm(281). Two Hundredeightytwo circulation In the county: of Osceolaand that relief Is sought In the laid suit Jackson Yates deceased late of said Ask for the BEST
(2M2). Two Hundred Hundred Stale of Florida Hfrntnst them: County of Osceola. SURE METAL WORKEK
eighty-three (233). Two WITNESS THE' HONORABLE' IT IS' THEREFORE ORDKREn These are, therefore to cite and admonish -
elghtv-four: (_ 44), TwoTwo HundredHundred JAMES ,v. PERKINS. Judge of the That Royal III. Pulslfer and Clara 8.Pulslfer. I all and singular the kindredand We'make it. Every Grocer sells U M.,., Roof. Pat an and -
eighty-five (2$5). said Court and my name aa Clerk hi. wife and Edwin n. Has- creditors of said deceased to be GttarantndffiONE
elKhty-sIx (238). Two Hundred thereof and the seal of the said. Circuit 1 kell and Celia Haakell hi. wife and appear before this I Court, on or before ;
elKhty-seven I <**7. Two HundredTwo Court on the Slit day of March Charles H. Andrews and Josephine Andrews the ZHth day of April A D. 1816, KISSJMMEf. FLA..
eightVeight'l (l88). Hundredninety A. D. 1916 his wife. Edward S. I Ooufrlass and file objections. If any they have, 0. K. BAKERY. ,
(290), Twe Hundred ninety-one I (Ct. Ct. Seal) :1. L. OVERRTRERT. and Minnie L. 1>0UI(111.... hi. wife. I.ou- to the granting. of Letters of Administration .
MS -
((11I1); Two Hundred ninety-two ( ) All Clerk of Said 'ourt. Two Hundred ninety-three (1111). Two By JAMES. M. JOHNSTON she be married. South Florida Railroad same will be granted to said Vlanah E. A. NIEMEYER
Hundred nlnety-fouf (I'.), Two Hundred As Deputy; i..rk.Jo11nllton 'ompany.. a Florida Corporation. and 1>1. Yates or to some other fit personor ., MitcLeU Street DR.
Hundred W. W.
ninety-five. (2911). Two thirteen A flarrett.. 15-lzt I Plant Investment Company a ConneoLlcut -, persons.' S CARSON -
ninety-six (1118). Three Hundred Aa Counsel for ComplainantS Corporation be and they are Witness my name ox County Judge 2S
(SIS). Three Hundred fourteenS i.rebv required. to be and appear to of the County aforesaid this the Z7th D.'
([S Three Hundred fifteen 18151. i the lllll of Complaint filed In thincausn day of March A. p. 19141 -S M' ( \.
Three Hundred sixteen (Ill). Three BHKUIFr-S. .ALID. In the court aforeaald. on or (Heal) ,-. T. lC BIURPHY. OffLteoverIrIlIerzhulIdIng.| .
ndred seventeen S17). Three Hun- ' the fifth day'of June, lB-5t '. "', .' Count Judge.OKDI.VANCF3 ., ''I"
an'd 'Ia : before Monday, ; , ::! : ?
..o.o.oooo Ot...
lelKhteen (SIS). Three Hundred Under by"virtue 'of; ft' lte.u..d A. O. 1911 Otherwise. the Hill of Comolalnt S S '7"omtl"' 1-6
nineteen (II") Three Hundred twos.-. out of. the Circuit' Court In and for will. In due course of law. betaken Office 'Phone Its Residence 'Ph_. SI
t-two (ltI). Threo Hundred tw..nty.thr. Oaceola County. Florida wherein T. !. na confessed against the said : M.. TILLER 0..., Administered for Kxtrtotlon .f
Hundred twenty- B.. Crow plaintiff W. ----
Three was
... (III) Eleanondents Te.tb'CEO. S
: nn"rf Y.
tour UI4). Thr..e Hundred tw..nty.nv, Tburman was. IT IS FURTHER: ORDERED THAT Aa Orrilanaee. F.rt..r RegalsteKir
(125)Three Hundredtwentycix fl fa being directed to all and every this order be published oncn a week .. Hlllk VtUkla the Fire. Llmlla latke .
(398). Three Hundred I".nty-aev. the Sheriffs of the State of Florida. for eight consecutive weeks In the City .1 K..I__..... Florida.HU Real Estate AencyRealty ,. i

(17), Three Hundred tw..nty..1(3 5)). Greeting OaceolaCounty Klsslmmee, Vallev Oaiette., a weeklvnewnnnper IT ...................................-.-.
Sheriff of ORDAINED:: the Council
(.1.). Three Hundred forty-flve I. I. H. Ingram. published and of general By '
l'hree Hundred forty-six (346). Three Florida have levied upon and circulation in the city of Klftfilmmee of the City of Klsslmmee: F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW
forty-.ev4.n (147. Three will sell before the Court House door v>uot- of Osceola and State. of Klor- Roctlon 1. That It shall\ be herenfter bought, and.
Hundred tort -...IIJ"t I.M>. Tnree. Hundred In Klsslmmee City Osceola County, unlawful for anv person or personsto .' ', Homes rented. *
forty-nine (14))> ,' Three ""naj'2 Florida on Monday the first day of loin.WITNFI'1S': THE! HONORAni.E erect any Blacksmith shop or -
fIfty (310), Three. Hundred flftyf: May A. I>. 1919. the same being legalsale1 JAMKS W. PERKINS. Judge of the Wheelwright shop within the FlicUmlts Taxes paid and Tide verifisd ; Collections and Conveyance:
,. Three Hundred flfty-seven. i8'-) sale; to the highest and belt bidder hereof and the seal of the. said Circuit necessitating the use of a forge for non-residents. Specialties S
I Three Hundred nfty-elKht (35$). Three for cash the\ following real at Klaslmrtiee, >sceolaminty wherein fir. for healing metals Is accelerated -
, Hundred .. (109), Three Hun- :r.-r.o'\t: ;:\ e, lying; and being. In Oceola *- (, Court, Florida on this the list da.y by bellows or other artificial Fire. Life and Accident In- I IIS 1-1 Bro dw...y
' ( ). Three Hundred s..vJnts'even County Florida, and deacribedas ] of Mnrch A D. 1916. 1..\ ices. unless such person or p..r..nl1. _
'I is7T>, Three Hundred sev- follows: (Ct. Ct Seal') :J Lr'OVERSTREET.: shall first have made written application surance. .I S
enty..llltht (878). Three Hundred ..eVntvnlne Lot 23 of Cape Breeze. In Klsslmmee As Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid. to'the Building Committee, act- Indemnity Bond
(179). Three. hundred eighty By JAMES M JOHNSTON ting out the exact location of the pro- ..
(ho). Three Hundred elKhty-ono (381)). City.Lot I Block 19. F. R. R. Survey Aa Deputy CJerk, posed shop or place of bUHliu. and
Three hundred eight y-nlne (8MII. In Klsslmmee. 'y.8. Johnston A Oarrett. 15-8t said Committee shall have Investigated i .o o 64> T. M. RIVERS. M.D. .
Three Hundred ninetyHundred (890 Lots 4 and B. Block B. Mabbette. inIcissimmes Counsel for Complalnsint. the location and shall have ;advised -
Three ninetyoneHundred (1111. City, --1: itself that the fire risk to adjacentbuildings PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '
Three ninety-two (3112). Lots 1 and 8. Block B. James Lee would not be Increased bythe r .OOOOOOO.. ....
Three Hundred ninety-three (393)). Addition, In Klsslmmve City. ,ADMIKTISTIIATOR'I!' NOTICE erection and maintenance or Office over Osceola Pharmacy '
Three Hundred ninety-four ). together with nil and singular the tenem.nti. TO SKI.I. HEAL E.TA> said place of business wherein 'Phone Residence IS
Hundred ninety-five (i95 hereditaments and appurtenances said' forge would b. operated, OffIce S
Three Three. Hundred ninety-six (S9'>. to the same belonging' or in anywise tm C'.ot.: .: .ef the Cu.4V' .:: State I and shall have granted to said applicant 14$. Si
Four Hundred five UOI\ Four unsired appertaining.The . S .. I't .,_Oeela Co a permit for the operation of said ; c. w. GRIFFIN i -
Four hundred seven said real estate levied upon and 1 forge. It shall be wholly within the
pix (408)). .
K.tete ef It..... O' B_... Dcceased. I
Four Hundred eight UOM. Four to be sold aa the property of the said re discretion of the said Building; Committee -
Hundred(40n. nine (409). Four Hundred ten Harry W. Thurman. defendant, to satisfy as to whether the operation of 0. F. KR1BB8 W. 3. ftTHD
UI0) Four Jfundr.d eleven (411). said fl fa and costs Notice Is hereby given to all whom such forge at the point designated < Staple and Fancy '
Four. Hundred twelve (41!). Four L. H. INQRAM It. may concern, that A wlri Droughtas would increase the fire risk to neighboring ; ; KRIBBS & STEED I
twenty-two (41). Four Hundred Sheriff Oaceola. County Florida.C. Administrator with l annexed buildings.Section I I''
J'. Hundred twentythree..MIS). Four Hun- R. LAYTON of the Estate of Romaln C. Beach de. S. Any person or persona.including AT i
. tw..nt.four '(414). Four Hundred Plaintilts''AUorn. IS-Ct ceased. will on the 18th day of April. agents of a corporation | i GROCERIES-i ATTOnNEYS LAW .:
.t t dr..d twenty-ftv. (4111). "our Hundred tw8nty A. D 19.11. apply to 'the Honorable rJ.: violating this section shill be fined
j six (434). Four Hundred twenty- M. Murphy, County Judge in and not exceeding S60.0O or shall be Imtrlsoned weal business of all kind ctna
(4ln. Four Hundred )- NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN said County at his office In Klsslmmee. in the calaboose not exceed.lng I
seven In said County. at 10 o'clock a. prompt attoD OD. '
thlrly- labor both.
Hundred SO days at hard Qr
(43$). Four ' '
coven (481). Four Hundred thirty- COVET OP- THE COUNTY JUDGE. m.. or as soon thereafter .. the to matter sell suchfine and Imprisonment In the discretion Free Delivery to all Parts Offices 11 and IS State Bank: B..*. i 'j
Hundred thirty-nine STATH Of FI.oltIO"O.CIDOLA can be heard for authority of the court. Provided however .
(43$). Four Klsslmmee. Florida.
eight(411I. Four Hundred forty (440). FourHundred COUNTY. at public. private sale, the followingdescribed this ordinance shall not affect : of the City .I
real estate, in County. (441). Four Hundred any. person or persons already owningand S
rort-two. (441) Four Hundred I. ... Relate ., E. W. ..._ "loots'Nine operating forge i In sajd Fir. !

Sffy-flVe (..n. our' Hundred ft"y..ev..n T. all Creditors, Ealeea, Dlstrikateeaaad (t). Ten (10). Eleven. (11). L1 m its.' ... ....... . .... . . .... .
IS In Block Two Hundred -
(457) Four Hundred nfty-elgrit all ...... ".yl.. {'I.I_. .. Dew and Twelve ( ). Upon motion duly seconded and Pat Johnston CL P.JOHNSTON Garish
Vour Hundred fifty-nine (469. said Hatatei and seventeen (117) In the Town unanimously passed the foregoing. ; ordinance j
, Four(411). Hundred. sixty (410)). frourHrUedd.Vv.ntyt''MSJ each of you are hereby of Rt.' Cloud. Florida was by unanimous consent ordered A GARRETT
( >- notified and required to tre..t any Which application will be ba..dupon to Its second reading and passed j
4VtourFOHr.anHir.d claims and demands ": ", or the petition for such sale now In open session by a unanimous vote. S ATTORNfcY-AT-LAW S
Mv2ntV-one 471). Four Hundred seventytwo either of von may have against theevtate on file In said Court (Seal\) O. F. KRI S.Pre.ld..nt j 'j
Hundred of Z. W. deceased. late. of Dated S8th March. A. D. Itlt. of the) City Council
<47S)> Four B'iss!! Office 10. 11 and 12 Citizra- Bull:
U'"), Four Hundred ninety 1Qty.; Osceola County Florida to the undersigned A- B. DROUGHT.Administrator Will Annexed. Attest: of the City of OIIIISFifiII11ER$ J
with Building
gni Hundred ninety-one (491>. Administratrix of said estate J. R GILBERT. Klsslmmee.. ; 1
ninety-two (492), Five Hun-. 'within two years. from the date hereof. 6't Clerk. pft.o"lt Rlsslmmee. Fla. ,
S (101). FIve unfired. two Dated March tnd A D. 1918.HENRIETTA H. -. l'l'I '
died one Five Hundred three (1\08)\ and BASS. I. Clrr-lt ,'..rt, State ef rteHda.Seventh I.-lit Mayor of Kls.lmr-e*.
& S
( 01). Jadletal Clmlt. Oee |a _
Hundred four (1104) of Section ll-9t Administratrix. t
5' Flv.. -
I la I
t4 Thlrty-Ihre. (II). In Town.hlp T\v..n. Coawty. Ckaaeerr.Ckaries ,
(25)). S. Range; Thirty I'
of "FJJllIl'loI.I'Jc. B. Cass*, C..plaissst
according $0 the blat Foil KIXtL. UIH1HARGB TOIT1ITY JUIX3K. J.'VI. THOMPSON
. LANO" .ub-dlvl.lon ot ....aldIi Eo C._. .,.,....a... STATUS OK FLORIDA Insurance that. Insures '
(lneorpor..ted) I. Ceart of TeaatT "..... Slate .1 OSCKOI.A COUNTY ; S
: : sections. four (4) office.nd of Thlrty-thr..e the Clerk I Florida, Oseeola (:...$ It appearing. by affidavit appended I. ... Estate of ".41.. heeler t FUNERAL DIRECTOR
. (31). filed In the In and for aRid t othe bill filed in the abovestatedause To all Creditors. Legatee Distributeesand .1 .'<
of the Circuit Court book B. on la re Rslate of ;Jeka-Koe..d..rt..I" that Fannie. B Case the defendant all Persons Having Claim. or Protection that Protects andLICENSED
9; Osceola. County In plat r /4otlce la hereby given to all whomIt therein named 'la a nonresident of Demands Against. said Estate:
page 81. may concern, that on the 28th day the State of Florida, and Is a residentof You. and each of you are hereby EMBALMEK S
'- Terms of sale cash. Kl.slmmee. of August. A. D. 191.. I shall apply to the United States and I. over the notified required to present any
.". '. Dated March 31. 1918. at the Honorable T M Murphy, Judge or age of twenty-one years'it l I. there- claims sod demands which you. or S
FIe." STEED. laid Court. as Judge of Probate for for.. ordered that said nonresident de- either of you. may have against. the Store and Chafel Stewart. *.
w W :J In Chancery. mv final discharge as. Administratrix fondant be and Is hereby required toappear state of Jacob Wheeler deceased late
t. Special. Master : with will ann..xed01 the estate. of to the bill of complaint flIed In of Osceola County. Florida, to the un- Klsstmbee. Fla. :

: Crawford J.rrell.f .. .lohn Kochenderfer deceased: and that aid cause. on or before Monday, the erslgned. Executor of sAid estate. .
Solicitors for Complainant i iNOTICIB i.' the same time I will present to said th-day of 101.). A..D. 1916 otherwise within two years from the dale hereof- DAKIN AVENUE
Court my'final accounts as Administratrix the allegations of said bill will. betaken Dated March Srd. A. D 1111. -\. .
with will annexed of eatd-estate, as eonfe.sedby said defendant.It R. T. BUTLBRi. W. B. Crawford Lee Jarred '
Or ask for their approval. that this order Executor ,
and la further ordered S-9t KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
(*_ n... Dloeharae) Dated Fehrvary 11th. A. D. 1910 be puhU.hed once tL week for eight CRAWFORD: & JARRELLATTORNEYSAT'LAW r-

;;;;;-' .1 MARGARET B. KOCHENDERFER eonaeoutive soks In the ,KI..lmm .
.... State .
ir. off .Administratrix .with Will Annexed. published .
Valley a newspaper AXIOMATIC
n....... Oaevola Coaatr. CRAWFORD JARRELL. "i said and State. ,

;; lDott.t. .f -Rhmdrlck H. C....,... Attorney, for AdminI.trtrix.S 10-loamlmo. In This -Starb U18., .., "Why did>ouqult your last place Office: 4. 5, ..s, and 7 OtlMM'

fc. I. hereby "Iyen. to all whom JUfe W VERtn'REE't', Wasn't work eoqgmlalT" Bank Building \ '..
f. that the 20th dayA (Ct. Ct. Baal) Clerk Circuit Court.. your' To Drtw Out Malaria ,--- .

concern. D. 1S1 on$. I shall. J"dlf.apply :.1., J Ii' ..p-l.,.It/, .OT.CIII_ 1... MSRTAN,,Solicitors*, for PtaSDOBR.Complainant' ,.f'\\ ll-St. S_ "Lady/no work.U,congenial.'" "-Detroit \ 6. ,AR4BNH4UThS57t .-Klaatmm Florid
Murphy. ',
.. Honorab1. T. M. 10:0
141 of Probate, for T4 .... It ..7 c-rta. Fro Preas. ,i7 j J; 0 Take the .Old 8taBdard-D&OW'S S --

S final dlBchTrr* as Administratorr Notice I. hereby: arl.en that 0111' the "IOT.VII TASTBUSSa chill TONIC. Y m kswwvh
r" / estate- and of that Sbadrick at the :K.same Cbandler.drnsasid time Iwmpresent by Itlt Sling day. of a MaY'penUon 91I.t. shall Honor.bleJ. apply Kotlea la hereby. Kivea that t,,'. City Professor Martha Van E.ns elaar, .t yes at. taking hC-; the somala laCMS 'LEWIS natAl S
of Ith .1.. Council of KI.. rn__ Florida will it .
"> to said Court my final ..0tu. W. P.rltln. .1.4W. tJae udMid rrwy kewtac .
of said estate\, dicta Circuit I. aad for Oaceola Ooun.tPo receive bids for the enrblag and pavnar of c.neI\.UDlftnlty, has been elect* liI- .MZIa ft flfetfsMtt sl.... ATI'OKNBT..AT-LA.1I 5er

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FRIDAY., APRIL 21.. Itlv. ,
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'KEft PARK'DID ITS, all rived bills saelynd for the day:no, DONEGAN
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Mrs. Diadamia C. Wheeler, who WILL RENDER
resides in Kltsimmee, but who has J!:
.I been engaged during the "ast winter
teaching the School at Deer Park,
writes ..'tollow. concerning the visit The pupils of Ml sir
F of the editors to that city:, in voice culture will
Deer Park-one of the points of Interest at the Hart Memorial /
'. visited by members of the Monday night beginning ,
Press Association and friends, on The. program will be as
whose badges was inscribed: 'Kis From the Land of
aimmee or Uuflt, via Melbourne, Hopkins Water (Cadman); Rose I
4, Deer Park, and St. Cloud." PcKiry'/ Hobbitt. ) '
To those who were not along it Indian Serenade (( ); a'
not be uninteresting to know Dawn (Seller)-Rubyi I l! )F
that may Deer Pork to roally on tho .map Where Fair Lucia I> ) ,
't of the county of Osceola and the state light Mavens); I ) ,
i of Florida, it has a school; house anda Lurv l3uellelK.L .
1 Waltz No. 2, Op. 64 ( )
school; of the United States; it
'postoflTleo, where tbo mail, Is Wagner.A ,J
ceived day except Sunday. Wish. (Oichmont); .....' '.
every ': ,
Where On the eastern side of You (Tours)-Maud /
I Osceola county; township 27 South.. Tho Response ( ) ;
Range 34 cast practically in the .( Malev)-Kthlye ,
southeastern comer of township 27 Irish Love Song ( ) ; : ) .
south. The town plot being situateJnot (StreaksHelen' ) \ Boat! / I I
two miles'' from! Brevard county TurenU'lle (Hill)-1, :\ > '4,
line, twenty-two miles west from Aft in a I Rose Jar ( ) ; l .
Hopkins. The present means of 'ly: Spring (Cooncn') a
transportation between' the two Weaver. ,. \
towns being the railway facilities of J Allah (Chadwick)' '
G of the Union Cypress, Lumber company 'Wind (Bischoff)-Ella \: I
of which George/ W. Hopkins is Till] I Wake (Finders) ) \
.c4- president and sole owner of that. en- (Rik-er) =-Mr P K. I *p
tire section of country. Over this Tho lost Spring ( ); I' :
road is hauled dailly twenty cars of the Morning (Ware)- '
'4t' cypress logs for the mill at Hopkins.In No encores ,, '
the very near future a second ,
means of transportation will have VOTE CANVASSED :
been completedu Deer Park is directly F4H1
1 on the line of the Dixie Highway / [ I
x=: between Kissimmee and Mel- COUNTY ,
bourne. This ii is no dream-both I
Continued from
counties are now at work surveying, (
clearing! and grading and the work district and issuing I
is pushing along rapidly. of $260,000.00 for the
What Two years ago nothing. roads and bridges in 1
Now-a thriving village consisting/ described in said 1I ;
more than twenty families, with two Now therefore, it i ill << I
general stores, each carrying about Board that the
three thousand dollars' worth of merchandise territory, to-wit: I .'
which is not kept upon the Southeast corner of ",
shelves of storehouses, but is rapidly ty-eight' ((28)) south. li: .
Bold to a good trade both in and out four ((34)) cast, and :, I '
of' the town. A turpentine still where west along the township ''
there are now three charges daily. townships -!' ( ) I
A logging camp] where the business Twenty-nine (29)) to I A
; connected with the. cutting of the,cypress corner of township \ ( ) | I
.'' logs and the transportation of south range Thirty-two (: ) ;
..a {"game, to Hopkins is conducted. thence north along the |
e' y:' Thirty pupils in school; a Sunday viding ranges ( )
school and a union church with services Thirtvtwo32)( ) to the

house.every Work Sunday for everyone in the all school the dividing(27)) and Twenty-eight Townships ( ); I ( ) 'I ; ;

time; no 'one idle, nor without the west along said ( ) ; I, !Advertisements [ :II
means of support. A good doctor; western boundary of
t .wo good artesian ; orange, District number three ( I I
and grapefruit groves, truck gardens, ing the canal ( ) ; I i a
I I. two carpenters busy all the time press and Lake ; 06664 POPObdP04{'Pd44O f9
building .houses for the use of new along said canal to a Ii IiI I DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. 'f f
comers. corihects with Lake ; | I I I Tiller. .
( Not the least of the assets of Deer thence around said I !
Park is a good hotel. It was at this the western boundary of ( ) no WANTED, PINE LOGS-Delivered :;.
hotel where Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins, er's district number ( ); Ctf to railroad at your shipping point. "'e
of Eau Gajlie, ably assisted by their point where the canal ; I I 1 For particulars write to box 83, 'i":
daughter and her husband Mr. and Tohonekaliga and East I cot- tf
Mrs. W. II. Kempfer, of Deer Park, pekaliga connects with I : E. : Loughman, Florida. a 16-3t. .ij
received the guests of the press and kaliga'; thence along .,t:
their friends, together with the delegation East Lake I'r; ( ) ). 'FOR SALE-One. gray western mare, '..J;;"
l from St. Cloud conducted by agonal: I across East good worker, driver and saddler; ':!'
r S. J. Triplett.If liga, following ; first- i I safe and dependable. 1 light 2-
If it were not before known surely trict number three ((3) ( ( I ( .
l In- horse wagon with pole. Enqulre'A.S.
at that time every one of the nearly western boundary ) i
fifty guests saw demonstrated what range line dividing ( ) I Nelson. . 11-tf ,
the loyal hospitality of the hotel (30)) and Thirty-one ( ); 8tf h
meant. north on said range lire FOR SALE:-Five-passenger Buick !}
After showing real active appreciation ty line, the same being Two auto, or would trade for building t
of sadi hospitality the autos line 'between townships lot/. E. P. Golding, or Griffin
from St Cloud lined up {n front of (24) and Twenty-five .
the; hotel where each found his place west along said who Garage. H-Ctpd
i thence across the country for the northwest corner of
"Wonder. City on East Lake. The trip ty-five (25)) south. ex. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Utility, ,
was made in two hours and fifteen seven ((27)) east; thence Barred Plymouth Rock egg 11
minutes. the range line dividing; hatching, ,Loo for IK. Baby chlcVsI
St. too and .I I 15 cents each or 26 chicks for y,
The community at Cloud (26)) ) of I Poultry
the S3.00 Yards Lakeland

showed, to the southwest corner .I
l'r r' occasion.t TheheLadles' Club received twenty-five (25) south, It Fla.
'4 t and entertained at the St. Cloud ho- ty-seven ((27)) East; FOR BALE OR Tn4DE for bone and
' tel in a royal manner. the southeast corner and wagon one 1 cjr. Buick In toed y
: After courtesy that could Twenty-five (25) south,
Rr-! every May condition rood tires; must sell or ,.
shown and the train arrived east
be ad we ty-seven ((27)) ; trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O..
tall left for Kissimmee where ar erly following the Box IJ1. Klfslmme Ttt

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IP ; $4.00 Ladies' Shoes and $1.49 *

,:. $3.50 Ladies' Shoes and . 30c r ri
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