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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 28, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00748
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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,, CJ"TRO'S FRUIT" CLYDE POUND WILL ,CONTRACT LET TICK. DAY TO HAMILTON BEGINS WORK UPON




t t MEN" ,PLEASED, MANAGE.' PLAYER BALL SECUR CLUBWELLKNOWN FOR PAVING BE HELD r' :ONJUNE8TH BULKHEAD IN FRONT OF F CLUB

ED. BY' LOCAL 'ORGANIZATIONTO

WITH YEAR DIRECT PLAY OF.. TEAM IN I STREETS w
THE ORANGE BELT LEAGUE WEALTHY CANADIAN ANTICI.

WHICH.OPENS FOR THE SEA.. INGRAM POTATO CROP PATES CITY ,PLANS AND HIS s

SON ON !MAY 18. BOULEVARD WILL MEET MUNICIPAL -
):KISSIMMEE GROWERS ASSOCIA. TUCKER BRICK COMPANY, NEW E. M. NICHBERT BUREAU OF ANIMAL .I. BRINGS NICE PROFIT THOROUGHFARE At

TION HOLDS MEETING TO Clyde Pound ono of the best known KISSIMMEE CONCERN, AWARD- INDUSTRY, OF U. S. DEPARTMENT ; THE'CItY LIMITS WHEN IT IS

HEAR REPORT OF MANAGER. ball players in this section of Flor ED FIRST MUNICIPAL WORK OF AGRICULTUREWILL CARLOAD OF 175 BARRELS OFF COMPLETED. r
FRENT1S AND MEMBERS EXPRESS '
ida and a man who knows' the game j BY CITY COUNCIL AND BUILD. ATTEND AND ADDRESS FIVE-ACRE TRACT WITHIN -.--

THEMSELVES IN ENTHUSIASTIC from every angle, has been employedas ING OF PLANT IS. NOW BEING CATTLE MEN OF OSCEOLA AND CITY LIMITS SOLD FOR, $829.00 '
SPEECHES.EXCHANGEJEAUS.
manager of the Kissimmee club in RUSHED. ADJOINING COUNTIES.COHMITTEEJS t: O. B., KISSIMMEEOTHERCROPS HIS PLAN ELABORATEHAS :

the Orange Belt leaguo, composed of -
NOW ON SAME PIECE ,
HERE flubs in. Bartodw, Lakeland, and'KisUmmee. STEEL -FRAME ERECTEDSTEWART NAMED OF GROUND. .ARRANGED FOR' DEEPERa .

CANAL ALONG WATER FRONT.
PRESIDENT J. H. ROSS' AND GENERAL Pound arranged terms with the officers AVENUE. VINE LARGE NUMBER OF STOCK When It come to farming; you've I, WITH TWO LATERALS LEADING *
of the local baseball .
MANAGER( L. D. JONES association STREET EXTENSION AND CON. KAISERS SELECTED BY PRESI.. got to take your hat off to Sheriff L. TO BOAT BASIN DIRECTLY ;
ADDRESS MEETING AND OUT. this week'and today arrived to NECTION SOUTH FROM CLYDE DENT STANFORD OF BOARD H. Ingram. II* is "some" farmer IN FRONT OF CLUB HOUSE.
LINE PLANS FOR EXTENSIONOF look over the material. Practice has 'I'I'alady AVENUE -THROUGH SEVERAL QF TRADE TO HAVE CHARGE Just listen to this; ROADWAY WILL BE 'COO ''FEET-
begun and Manager Pound I
EXCHANGE OPERATIONSTO I STREETS TO ,CITY LIMITS OF ALL ARRANGEMENTS FOR During'the, past week he sold the FROM CLUB AND FOUR FEET
will now pick out his material. The s
A CO-OPERATIVE SUPPLY WILL BE PAVED WITH TUCK- MEETING WHICH PROMISESTO crop of potatoes from his tract of ABOVE WATER.
rules provide that only two players
) COMPANY TO FURNISH ACCESSORIES ER WOOD-TEX BRICK AS SOON BRING RESULTS IN ERADICATION land of almost five acres within the -
may be hired and that only. twelve
AS POSSIBLE. MOVEMENT. city limits of Xlssimmee. The potatoes "Bulkhead the lake" U no longer a ;
regular men can be played. These
twelve men must be registered with were bought by Harry Barlmer, dream or slogan of the Valley Ga
Enthusiastic aproval of the operation the league officials within short Contracts have been awarded to the "Tick Eradication Day" will be a commission merchant of New York, xette. .It.J. now partially an. ,accomplished .
of the Florida Citrus.Jxcha: a Tucker Brick Company, the new Kis celebrated in Kissimmee on June 8th. F. O. B. Kissimmoe for 82900. The fact.
time and can not be changed unless .
during the past season was expressedby notice is given: It Is likely aweek's simmee concern for the paving of This date has been selected instead of potatoes made a carload of 175 bar While the, city has not yet begun

the members of the Kissimmee that Pitcher Bane, who has often several streets in the city. This is June 12th, owing to the fact that it rels. The crop was harvested and actual work on the plan, L. .X. Ham. "

Citrus Growers Association at 'a appeared with the local team will be the first municipal contract awarded is expected that a large number of marketed by H. C. Lightsey, the well ilton, a wealthy Canadian who own ,

meeting of that organization held the other salaried man. to the new company and marks its resident of various sections of the known. orange packer. considerable property in what Is

:here on Monday.The The first of the season will ..1 entry into the paving field of Florida.It county will be in Kissimmee that day Had it not been for frost and cold known as the Lake Shore Addition,

meeting was called to hear the be played on games May 18th and the schedule is expected that the paving here to witness the canvassing of the votesin weather In the early spring the returns immediately adjoining the Golf and )

report of Secretary-Manager J. W. which will include two a will prove a practical demonstrationof the Democratic primary to be heldon would have been even larger, Country Club on either side, has an-

Prentis of the season's operation of ,week for each team will be announced games the worth of the new paving ma- June 6th.\ but the good price paid for the potatoes ticipated the city work and begun operations ' .

the local association, the first year soon. terial and that other contracts will Arrangements> have been made by brought Sheriff Inirram a clear upon his plan for a boulevard },
of its affiliation with the Citrus -Ex- follow in other localities. the Board of Trade through .C. A. profit of over $400 above all cost of and bulkhead combination. This s

change. The report showed a high The streets to be paved are as fil- Carson for the presence here on that planting culture and packing.But plan is so laid out as to join the city

average price for the fruit sold by ARRANGEMENTS MADE lows: day of Dr. E. M. Nighbert. of the Bu- this I. not all. Sheriff Ingram boulevard at the city limits, when I'

the members and was given hearty Stewart avenue from Church streetto reau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department planted corn between the row of potatoes ever the work is done by the muni

approval by the members. Broadway; width from curb to of Agriculture. Dr. Nigh- and now has a fine stand with cipality. ,
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President J. II. Ross of the Citrus curb. From Clyde avenue through bert wrote the following letter accepting the stalks some fifteen inches high. Mr. Hamilton has been an enthusiastic

Exchange, and L. D. Jones, general Penfield street, running west to Dil- the invitation; to be presenton This stand of corn, he estimates, will supporter of the bulkhead

manager of the organization, were FIRST ANNUAL TOURNAMENTOF lingham avenue; then south to the June 12th: produce about 40 bushels to the aero, movement from the very first. He ;

present at the meeting and addressedthe FLORIDA TRAPSIIOOTERS' road or street running along the 211-213 Federal Bid*. adding $40 per acre to his proceed. has often complimented the Valley

growers. ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD northerly side of the A. C. J. rail- Atlanta, Ga.'April 22, 1916. When the corn is sufficiently grown, Gazette upon its stand on this qu...

t President, Ross stated that he and HERE ON !MAY 18 AND 19-BIG road and known as Clay street Hon. C. A. Carson, Kissimmee, Fla. he plans to plant cow peas betweenthe tlon. He 1 is now proving his faith by
Mr. Jones had recently returned froma CASH PRIZES ARE OFFERED. Thence'southwesterly along said Clay Dear Sir: We are in receipt of TOWS and expects to reap a ton 'of his, works. .
trip to California where they in street to the city limits. Width of your letter of the 19th instant advis- cow pea hay to the acre, adding $20
vt'lItla-aWd! the methods pursued by paving through Penfield street and ing that there will be a meeting of more per acre. If these plans mature The plan' being followed by Mr, }t

the California Exchange He told Final arrangements for the clay Dillingham avenue, fifteen feet; cattleman of Osceola county and ad- without ill-luck, his return clear of Hamilton Is based upon the'.urvey '
the growers that the board of directors pigeon shoot of the Florida Trap- along Clay street width of pavijig joining counties at Kissimmee June expense on the plat of land will bo and plan drawn up a number of years {
of the Florida Exchange acting shooters' Association are Hearing nine feet. T2th something like $700, or well over ago by Captain Bie, a government'<'
.1918 requesting '
; my presencefor
upon their recommendation had decided completion and programs are being Vine street from A. C. L railroad :the ,of presenting the, $150 to the acre.SUNDAY engineer. However Mr. Hamiltonhas
with attractive purpose made few in the
printed events a changes
to organize a Growers Supply covering east to the city limits; width of paving subject of ,tick eradication. In this' plan
; the entire two days',session. On which'make it a little more: elaborate,
which will be fifteen feetThe
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Company, co-epera-
connection advised that I SCHOOLS TO
the first you are than at ,first
day, May 18, a 200-bird shoot contemplated. A;
of the Tucker Brick
tive concern composed growers company wasthe will arrange.. accordingly and will be
who are members of the Exchangeand will take place, 'with $150 to be distributed only bidder for the work and the pleased to attend this meeting. I believe The work Is being personally 'superintended
in cash prices.. An entrance HOLD CONVENTIONThe by Mr. Hamilton who I.a I.
will supply the members with contract price is $1.30 a square yard such a' meeting Is highly important ,
'fertilizer, spraying machines, and all fee of $20 will be made. for the paving and 20 cents per lineal to your section of:the state former engineer'and who has had

other kinds of supplies needed In theoperation On the second day the morning foot for the curbing. This price Is and it Is hoped that as many ,cattlemen annual convention of the Osce- wide railroad experience' In Canada.

'of their groves. It is ex3jted session will witness a 100-bird shoot, well below the price nsualy paid In and others interested as possiblewill ola 'County Sunday School1 Association The main idea U baaed upon the

; according to Mr. Ross, to with an entrance fee of $10 and theca this section for vitrified brick. be present.Appredathig. , will be held in the Presbyterian theory that while the dry seasonis '

greatly reduce the price of these a$ prizes' of $75 to be distributed.On Work is being rushed on the new : your interest in this church of Kissimmee beginning* on on and:jthe lakeis low the bulk-',

tides to the growers through ,buying the afternoon of May 20 a 100.' plant of the Tucker Brick company, matter, I am, Thursday May 18th, at 9 a. m. heading Idea cart be carried. out.with "
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In large quantities. Mr. Ross also bird shoot will be held for the state the steel frame work of the structure Very respectfully, The officers are engaded on the out the use of a dredge or' suction .

explained that the Exchange was arranging championship, with an entrance fee i having bene .erected during the week. E. M. NIGH BERT. program, all the Sunday schools of pump. A. boulevard has been laid oat *" *!'

to lend its credit 'to growers of $10. It is expected that the plant will be I Inspector in Charge. the county are privileged to send at a distance of some 600 feet in, \ J s','

'who needed! money in advance of the A combination of the "jack rabbit" in operation within the next twenty Later he sent a telegram saying delegates, and every effort should be I I front of the clubhouse property and '

shipping season In order to tide them and Rose systems will be in use in days, as the machinery has arrived that the change of date to June 8th put forth to make the occasion one of follow the water line at about the "

over until their groves began to pro-. distributing the prizes except for the and will be installed at once. was satisfactory. Th. telegram readsas great pleasures and abiding print. same distance along the entire frontof
state championship.In the Lake Shore Addition. 'The'
dues a revenue.. follows: Workers In the various schools
,"He explained the necessity for thee addition to these inducements NOTICEThe C. A. Carson, Kissimmee Fla. should take the matter up ar once and boulevard will be fifty feet,in width,:
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growers standing together in the Exchange !, offered by the Kisshnee Gun Club, June eighth satisfactory- for attending agitate the matter in such a way as with a berm of ten feet: between
in order to market their crops the Interstate association. offers' $75 men will meet in the new cattle to secure a large attendance and ail and the water. The taking oat of the
meeting
,successfully and pointed out the fact, worth of prizes to be divided bungalow Sunday school rooms at the ; NIGH owners. enthusiastic interest dirt for the' boulevard, which will bo'
BERT.
increased among seven prize winners; the Tampa M. E. church at 8 o'clock.: They have some four feet above the water level,
that with the greatly production President Stanford has named a The Sunday school I. coming more I
4 each year as forecasted by Hardware Co. offers a case of offered us the use of these rooms and committee composed entirely of cat- and more to be considered one of the will create a canal or channel along,

':- the young groves now planted, this shells; Knight &: Wall, of Tampa, of- we are to meet there every Sunday at tlemen to have charge o'f the most vital departments of church side the boulevard also fifty feet in i,
fer a shot gun; S. B. Hubbard A: .Co., above hour, Our meeting was good, arrangements width. '
-+ need would grow with! time. He answered for the The work, and Christian-workers are 'ex
meeting.
meeting
I many questions, for the growers of Jacksonville, offer a fine fishingrod last Sunday. We would be glad to will likely be held in the Grayitone erting themselves to attain efficiency' There is,now' a canal leading from
4 'and received. and reel; Hibbard, Spencer 4 have as many come as can. We hopeto in ; the lake into the
was enthusiastically Casino and it is probable that Dr. efforts, to, promote its interests. clubhouse propertyon
Mr. Jones explained the method of Bartlett Co., of Chicago, offer a set take up some work moro of a specic.1 the northwest .side. Mr. Hamil
Nighbert will with him
I pooling and sizes and both of silver knives and forks, and theGraystone character later on which we feel bring a number ton's plan call.
by
grades of picture slides to illustrate his for the deepening of
will be all who GILBERT LEACH IS
..11he Hotel management offer a helpful to will care to
and Mr. Ross urged the growers I W. H. Jones talk to ,the stock raisers on the question this canal and the building of a road-
of the Kissimmee Association to ,gold medal._ participate. Pres. of tick eradication. The commit way alongside this canal from tlhspresent

;I adopt this plan during the next sea Capt. Clay Johnson, S. !1. Lupfer, tee named by President Stanford U NAMED SECRETARYGilbert Clubhouse road to Connect
Mrs. J. J. Tiller .
who has been "
; son. It is likely that some method of the II. M. Peake, H. C. Stanford and J. as follows: E. L., Lesley chairman; ,with the boulevard. This roadway :,twill

"pool 1 will be decided at the annual Grille spending, arrived past in this month city Monday at Pass-a-for M. Willson\, jr., of Kissimmee and E. Rull Bass, W. R. Godwin, Henry L. I : D. Leach, editor of the lie across the canal from the dub \:
meeting of the assiclation which will
be held here 2. a two weeks' visit with her uncle, M. E. Livermore, of St. Cloud went to Overstroet, F. H. Tyner, A. C. Leesburg Commercial has been .named .. -, with an arched bridge leading IntO ,ft
May
on Orlando last Sunday to attend the Wright Alex. 'rhompson, A. F. Bass tho' the property. Directly in front of :
a Tiller, and family before corresponding secretary of yJ J
John M. Lee and.J. F. O'Bcrry both returningto '
,: her home in Cincinnati, Ohio. Knights Templar Easter service at C. A. Canon; Jr., Dock Pearce Pat Florida Press Association by OscarT. his homo, which' lies southeast'of the
addressed the growers approving the the Presbyterian church. The serv- Johnston, Robert Donegan, Ed. Wha- Conklin. president of the organization. clubhouse, Mr. Hamilton is constructng ;

,: .plans of the exchange and pledging 4004444444444444 ice was conducted by the Revs Dr. ley Henry O. Partin, W. E. Smith The following announcement of- ( another canal leading out to then% ;'
their earnest to the local
support as McConnell. ,. pastor of that church. and S. B. Story. the appointment has boon made lake. Between these canals and directly ''
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,: sociation. Mr. Lee offered a resolu- J in front
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: thb BAND CONCERT SUNDAY T :
tion
endorsing Exchange! and approving boat
basin
e, .A I have this day, in accordance with some fifty feet wide ,and

.I.+. year.: Mr.its operation O'Berry stated during that the past he 4 Too following--program- will be v 4 PROGRAM ALL READY FOR EVENTSOF the resolutions passed at the annual''structed.about 100\ 'It feet will long be is connected being with con. 1
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j was 0 rendered Sunday afternoon 4 convention of the Florida Press Association -
an Exchange man through and by both of these
canal.
fir. through, and that his fruit, if he was 4 tho Kissimmee Concert Band in 4 appointed Gilbert D. Leach to Mr. Hamiltonexpects '
'!"; still in the business, would be shipped 4 the band stand on Broadway: 4 SCHOOL CLOSING EXERCISES of Leesburg, Fla., corresponding secretary started during complete the the work he has

through the Exchange hereafter. 4 March "Ultimatum" .._Allen 4 of the Florida Press Assoe a- present summer y J
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this work of filling in is be' ,',
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step, "There's a Broken 0 tion.Mr.
!, BETHEL BAPTIST MISSION 4 Heart for Every Light: on 4 Programs for the various events 4. The Parting of Marmion and Leach will begin at once the Ing done grounds are being laid out '

1ri't! 0 Broadway" ._ Fischer which are a part of the exercises Douglas (Sir Walter Scott-Don I work of establishing circulation rat- j in front of the clubhouse for eight ?

I Sunday night, April 20, preachingat 4 Overture, "King Roso" Barnard 0 marking the closing of the Kissimmee Beuter. ings and I respectfully request that tennis courts and plan are in the f

7:16.by. the pastor. Subject, "Take 4 Fox Trot "That Little Lamb 4 schools have all been completedand "The Clang of the Forge" (Paul' Kid all publishers, give him every assistance making {or the entertainment of the >

!If' Ye Away the Ssone." The male 4 Was Me" _.. Crawford everything is now in readinessfor ney-High) School Orchestra possible. State Tonnes Tournament by the tennis

,.p.' quartette will 1 be with ua. This will 0 Waltz, "If It Takes a Thou0 the several entertainments.The 6. Pere Antoine's Date Palm OSCAR T. CONKLIN department of the Golf and Coun.

, 4. appeal to lovers of good music. Sev- 0 sand Years __________ Ball 0 exercises begin with the an- (Thomas Bailey Aldrieh)-Christine .. try' OJCb.
eral members to be received Into the 4 One Step, "Milly, Dear It'. 0 nual declamation contest to be held Ivey. In this connection the news Is also'r

.r..t church. Doors of the church will be! ., You' I'm After ...._'" Pether at
;.. (opened far applicants at end of the 4 Concert Gavotte, "Shadow 4 beginning at 8 o'clock.. ) Harris.. who with Mr. Hamilton' a patron'saint

ll" .service. Come'and welcome.. 0 Land" _*.s_ Gilbert The program. for this event will be I IF YOU WANT TO VOTE of the country club, ha* bought'the
'JV, T y _' 0 One StepVDon't Bite the Hand 4 as follows 7. The Driver (Schiller)-ManieWitherspoom Van der Meench house, aero .'

The, following High 'School boys 0 That'' Feeding You" Morgan 4 NLu bpiel" overture (Keler" Beta)- : If I* to the driveway from the clubhouse.
'w want vote in the
., ,went to Sanford Monday to play balll 0 Waltz "The Druid's .Prayer" 4 High School Orchestra. 8. The ,Appeal to :Arms (Patrick election you to,be held primary" This ho Ins fitting up as 'air"annex to/ ,
June
,Ralph'Turner, Coach ]Harris Charlie 0 -J--------,-._.__. Davson 4 i 1_ At th*. Photographer's .(Harriet Henry)-Charlie Regero. poll tax' must'be on 6th, :JOur the elub.' Ten now bedrooms and foot"f "(:J 10\

'Regero,' William( Arnold, Erie ,Bron- 0 March,, "The Battle Comander" Ford)--Any.Makinson.' "Old.. Folk at Home" (Chas.*\ Roberts I I May 13th. 7b."Jaw paid'on. or before' bath have been added to"the second U41) :',

; son, ,Joe Farmer, Dick Bullock' Nat 4 --.--;..;:.-.._._::.Hernaades4; 2.'Tb..Ride'of.Jennie': XcN.aI.WUI! ( ) Played iri the musical style voters.must their provide that story of this house, which had heretofore --
CaJon Murray, Overstroet !'Walter d G. M.. 'SheArouse of, pay poll tax>on or been' Ine mpl. .. These room '
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: I. ,, Director.: .Caretoa.EcI..BJT) ) a., I ISo America.ra..ee" Scotland before' the Saturday, in month '
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't Baas, Sheldon Johnson, ,MBI 'Mason; 47 . '. By-1, CourierO.Henry)Laura' ,paJn,..Germany; Ireland Italy,and preceding, the month, in .the\which, the with' 'others 'on tho Iower.'Soor'wU'' !
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'MAKES A GENTLEMAN? wa cut into building; sites, were sold at..$500
: The Kissimmee.. Valley Gazette "What makes* a gentleman)***has. been answered I each to defray preliminary. expense. Four years / '

to succinctly ahd cleverly by the Chicago Herald later one of these lot* was sold for $4,000 and SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

........... 8:...", frtaay.r .. that the reply, printed below is well worth the preserving -,several. others brought as I high a* $3.500. 'I I
.,._ .. Volts U.wW .......... K...._ ru.liAHnii : MHBMM*" *WW HVBM. AND OSCEOLA COUNTY

Any'gentleman can swear get drunk tell stories CONVENTION PUBLICITY ATTRACTS ....
a. AND K. O. VANS A68ttwow.ern.s. : _ .
W. that would'lower him in the estimation of hit mother - - -----. -. -.-..-_-._-_ --_ - -
H. J VOLE, Balls rOn ... .;....... -:..... o0444Q4a04! 00000 00000 0990 vvV" IJ. ., . . ..,.. ; ,
and wife, and'go where he would be ashamed to : I
According to- a more or'let accurate: count, the TruckGrower ,Association Rub Allyn stayed away from the
t be .the. he lovet= but he'won't.Any The,Kissimmee ; ) ]
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J _.......... newspapers of Florida during'the last few ,weeks I. planning to erect; a com'modious press meet at Kissimmee and used J'
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P Copy. On. Year .?.... .. -rAss gentleman can drive a sharp bargain: he j I I
On Copy. 8I. Months ..._............ 1.00 have printed'no less than 336 columns 'of reading brick warehouse for the. the expense money to get him a new
. Vo. Copy, 1hre. Monlb.--.......---...- ,71 can take advantage: other men's necessities: :, he. '
referring Kissimrnee and the State Press prooucts.-Florlda' cut made but it looks like
matter : to |handling of their more the '
J' can drive him into a corner;., he can rub his hands .
tt Association. In other words of old Sett t than did the
they printed enough Grower. picture first. *
our authorised see.
All communication cxcrpt from gleefully and say to himself as he him writhe: '
correspondents, must b* ilcncd by the wrltr. matter to entirely fill a forty-eight page, seven col cut.-Zolfo Truth. j'
ol "Business. busine--but he won't.Any .
r Rejected matter will not b. returned unless smiled umn' without advertising whatever.It The Florida Press Association closed -+-
newspaper any
r.. 'e.__. gentleman can kick, a dog, abuse a horse, estimated that in these'column* the word "Kis- one of'-t.he moat successful meetings The editor. evidently spent most

.1It (Knt-rd: 'In th. Poitofflce' In Klsclmme*. Florid misuse a child, laugh at another man's mistake, and. jimmee'- 'was used no less than 5,000 times. I In its history at Kissimmee with of last week writing". about the 810r4'j'

,, .a ..co.d-cluu matter. fie devilishly gloat over another mans failures. -but ;CWe are quoting a few of t the shorter saying the selection of Jacksonville as t.he.., ious time they had at Klssimmee .

) won't.Any about Kissimrnee' from the various in an- meeting place for 191?._Florida judging from .coItmtlU of space ,J,
FRIDAY 1916. papers
APRIL 28.
;: gentleman can grow cynical, 'sour and pessimistic Grower. the publications of those scribes ,
other column but the omitted
he feel that is him longer one are ex- I present -
-q' ran everybody against .
r ; cept for an exterpt-here and there. Everyone of Gazette devote to the affair of this week .J
i Kisaimmeo celebrated .
f and he against the world he can scoff at all.good The )
Pay your poll tax on or before May 13th, if you ; : these articles, which varied in length from a -Jacksonville Metropolis. "'
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paragraph j State Press Association
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in theJune primary. things, ridicule religion, and damn your judgment. the meeting -+- ,:.. '
want to vote and series of
a paragraphs to a two or three
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but'he won't.Any I in its city by issuing an *
I I A well-defined, plan is announcedfor ,
-:- I : column editorial or story, was complimentary either which
gentleman can harsh, caustic and cruel itors Welcome" edition, proved
say bf
the building an electric ''J
: A German society has purchased the "Fountain I thecity, her citizens some of "institutions.. of t.hat.prigbt.1y car '
crush flowers weeds number \
*> tr things; he can and fertilize ; he a most interesting line from Sanford to Tampa by ,l/
of Youth" St. Augustine. Wonder if it is to bet This advertising 'of the unpurchasable kind. Editor'Naugle way .
1 can st h"'you with words-but he won'tt.Any newspaper. \
of Kissimmee. The is ti'
I project said
This is that is worth thousands, to
t used to rejuvenate the veetrans of the great war advertising of dollar entitled to ,
"i '.. gentleman can makethis old world this aid] his coworkers are be backed by men of means and folks
a'ter. peace has been declared. topsy turvy, this misunderstood world, a far better Kissimmee and we thank the editors of ; special praise for the evcellence of
F Florida their in all along the proposed route are beginning :
for generosity giving it. Never be- I
.; ." .- place because he chanced to along this this edition.Tampa Tribune. 1
pass way- the to put up the price of their
fore has a meeting of Florida Press Association
,
A' headline : "50,000 Tourists and he will. - real estate. Some day there will be 'i',
says
newspaper brought forth such a spontaneous outburst of favorable Who wouldn't like to RO to Kissimmee
Motored to Florida this Season. Keep up the : : comment. I little full an electric car line across the state, i
It is n thriving city I i
roadi. and within few we TICK EDITORIAL APPRECIATED: and and down the state.
good movement a years Kissimmee, appreciates the, advertising the editors of projfi-essvie business! men and his- I .up Florida's .
may record ten limes that number. Then, indeed, .A .- have given her and hopes she will have another pitable citizens. The editor, if there level lines offer big opportunities for ,",:

j' will prosperity wend ill way hither. Charles L Gaines sales manager of the Consoli- opportunity to show them by deeds- rather than was one, wlO went to Kissimmee witha transportation facilities of that kind. ,

i r -: :- dated Land Company, which owns large tracts of words just how much. I grouch left it-but it was dead- --Miami t Metropolis. ,i)

Kistimmee is to have league baseball (this summer land in Oaceola county pays the Valley Gazette a Luckily we have this week a concrete exampleof ''for a real live grouch cannot exist -+- .

and the season will open May 18th. It is to be compliment, which we appreciate and which refers the attention attracted; to Kissimmee through the I many hours in as live a town as Kis- Never were editors treated more .4y
hoped that the citizens generally will support the to a topic of great importance to the people publicity given it as a result of the press conven- simmee.-New Smyrna Proeao. I royally than were the Florida scribes ,"" ;

team and that (the season may be a successful one bf Osceola county. He writes as follows: tion. The papers which mentioned the association C0- I at Kissimmee and St. Cloud last 't' ,
#1. from every standpoint. Jacksonville Fla., April 26. 1916. I meeting have a combined circulation of somethinglike In publishing 11 thirty-two: page week. Those Osceola county people ,1I J
Gssimmee Valley Gazette Kissimmee. Florida. .- 200.000 or 250000. A fair proportioninfact special edition on the occasion of the sure bestirred 1 themselves in behalf of1\ j

t - --- Gentlemen;: I read with a great deal of interest ;> a large proportion---of this circulation consists meeting of the Stute Tr--ss Association -I the newspaper boys, who had one of r, :

l The St. Augustine Morning Democrat is the the editorial on Cattle Tick Eradication contained j of papers sent to people living in other states. in Kissimmec, devoting much of \, the best times of their lives. Loud ':,:

1 latest star in the| Florida journalistic /firmament. in the issue of your paper of April 21st. and inas-, These people are interested in Florida and that j Ithe space therein to the members of will the press sing the praises of Kis- '.
Tom W. Davis is managing editor and! the plant | ,) I the Gazette is simmee and St. Cloud, and long* willmemories .:
much as Dr. E. M. Nighbert was in my office on they have had their attention turned to this city the association Valley : ;:
was moved to St. Augustine from Palatka where I yesterday I called his attention to this article which and county by this event js proven by the following I to bo commended for its enterpriseand of the 1916 meeting of the G;:
he has been publishing a Bail) for some!. rime.) I he read with much interest and appreciation and ,, : the courtesy shown the visiting Florida Press Association finger with ";
.
I asked it of the and let him editors. Kissimmee and the Gazettedid all who were there.-Punta Gorda !,"
me to cut out paper C. R. Hollings, of Lawrenceburg. Ky., sends the .
Those two big dailies of i Tampa are like some of have it. which I did. This leaves me without the I following clipping from the Clearwater Sun : I themselves; proud., -. Punta Gorda Herald. ,

our good friends who do not know that Lee has article in question and I will appreciate it very On the occasion of the meeting of the Florida Herald. Not editor---00>- asked sa" -3.

I surrendered. The Tampa city election is history much indeed if you will send me several copiesof Press Association in Kissimmee last week the Val- I I The Advertiser acknowledges a something an nice about was'Kissimmee.It to it \'$

and yet to read both the Times and Tribune o ic the paper or if it is more convenient, clippings ley Gazette issued a fine "Editors' Welcome Edi- ; fraternal rail from Brother Cleveland wasn't '
might think that the campaign was only begun. I of rim editorial. I' tion"of 32 pagesa credit to Kissimmee and to necosRary. ,-
Meade Leader II.
of the Fort today There
"sight
j was no seeing tour"r i,
I Permit to congratulate the strength' Editor i
me you on the of Naugle.
- : --- enterprise
was just returning from Kissimmee .planrun) for the editors at Kissimmee. >
i C. E. Howard is again owner and editor of the I of this editorial, and to express the belief t'' at the And then he writes as follows! : I I and the State Press, meeting there. |They were entertained.\ faj

Orange County Citizen. He sold I the paper recently eradication of the cattle tick from this state wills\ Lawrenceburg. Anderson County Kentucky. !. He says there were: nearly seventy- j j And somebody is going to be cornM'

G to a man from the North, but evidently the j' possibly mean more to it as a whole" than any other I Apnl 21. 1916. I five present and that it was the most ''pelled to improve upon old Noah u,t tWebster's
one thing at this time, and a sentiment looking to Publishers Gazette. Kissimmee Florida.
deal failed head. Mr. Howard Valley I
to come to a says pleasant, and profitable meeting. Kis definition of "entertain- :#
I this! accomplishment must be created and must be : Gentlemen Please find enclosed five in i
i in control "The had of : : cents "
know how
resuming : owner a rest II simmee sure.docs to entertain I ment for those KiHsimmee folk put Ai t
yi .; .t' six weeks." largely done by the newspaper men themselves. stamps for which send me one copy of your paper and Mr. Cleveland is sure that some nw: wrinkles in it and modern-

_; :_ I Yours. very truly the enclosed clipping refers to. 1 all the editors have taken home with i l ized it and worked it over and patted1..
CHAS. L GAINES. .
ley* W. B. Dobson former well known I If your county or city has a commercial club them pleasant memories o.f the occasion. -I it and shaped it and brought it out in ,t
a new.paper-j, . .
which about
-- and
I prints anything your county city : .-Lukcland Advertiser. circles and and chunks and 'l i
of Michigan,. has purchased the interest of J. I squares : ;
man I WILL EDITORS KEEP ON EATING 11 I will be obliged if will have them forward anything ;
you
I -y- pounds and and .
W. Traer in the Cocoa and Rockledge News and pints strung it along ,
-.- that might of interest to Mr. and Mrs. 'has. II. Walton have
con
I prove anyone the wireless
will take over the management and editorial work wave routes until it was ,a
Editors of liter- templating a visit to Florida. returned from their trip to Sanford
t, of the We wish Mr. Dobson in country weekly newspapers are boundless and endless and beginningless. ;
i his paper. a 'success ally between the devil and the deep blue sea. With I Thanking you now for the courtesy I am, and Kissimmee and report a very delightful ,.>
rw hew venture.
+ ;. ,''print paper so high that the bare white--or yellow Very truly yours. time. 'with the Florida Press Sometime, somewhere, the editors 1%}'
Lee -'--- : :- Box 196. C. R. ROLLINS. Association. the of "
-paper costs more than the subscriber pays for his They say people of Florida may meet again under
bF It is gratifying to know that the Kissimmee Citrus |paper-if he pays all-and the revenue falling .', Kissimmee surprised\ everyone by such auspices as these. We hope so. ;J:1\it

r Growers Association, affiliated with the Florida \\oft-because of tHe increased cost of other commO- THAT "MEASLY LITTLE $3,000" their great hospitality, which was Leesburg Commercial.: }

1' Citrus Exchange, has proven a success and that dities, it looks like there will be a time limit even. -,,:- away beyond their most sanguine expectations ---o- ;iIf' :,'
greater things are'planned for next The Cit- and St. Cloud close
year. was a
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his eating. .
on t1t
q bill any place needs a certain thing
The River and Harbors passed by Congress f
rui Exchange i i. the hope of the Florida
second. Mr. and Mrs. Walton
growers There' who are under -
are people seem surprised anyway in order that It advance
allots magnificent. of $3,000 to the Kissim may their a'
and success should continuet9 mark its efforts. when they learn that' the editor eats, and to them sum obligations to' Mr. and Mrs: Will- progress, the thingto do it togo af
river. We bring those
ought
to
-:lIThe :- the cessation of that exquisite practice'will not seem down mee here for another trip through that'congressmen river. That son\ and Mr, and Mrs. Clark and others ' ter it and keep after It' until it U t.

-','sweet B rt'graduate",is i with us again, which so strange.. But when ,. the' editor quits eating Jus would be that' $3,000 for itcertainly'will for the use of their touring cars, secured.::: 'This perseverance: is .. ''
good to spend
,. reminds u* that the Kissimmee schools are. nearing wife-:if he has one- and his children-if he has a way be worth for; to go to variousplaces around Kissimmee. where more dominant than in the'

,, the end of another successful year under the.direction : any--will have to quit eating too. and maybe she other not f anything spent any .-Titusville- Advocate.Too : state press of Florida. A few facts
of Prof. R. M. Evan and his efficient has been that purpose. ( - If she
I
corps not brought' up way. came In this connection the Orlando Reporter-Star much cannot be said in praiseof will prove this assertion. The Sanford -
di'' of teacher Kissimmee's schools are the pride of out of a family that depended upon some other | the and citizens in Herald has had its dream and its

every citizen and one of the sources of much com |I' pursuit or profession, plumbing or bricklaying for 'I says The: House has passed the Rivers and Harbors general newspapermen of Kissimmee for the royal fight for an interurban line from cud
ment from visitors and other outsiders. instance it will hard with her ... this
go to give .p bill and we are told by the Tampa Times that hospitality extended by them last Tampa and the erection: of a fine hotel ; I
-: :- habit of eating. I I Congressman Sparkman is receiving congratuka-. I week to the Florida Press Association at Sanford these two objects are 4
Polk county, our neighbor to'the south has let The job office isn't going to help the managerof tions its passage, the measure having gone I in session there on Thursday not as yet accomplished but there is 7 ,

a the contracts" for 240 miles of sand asphalt roads. the small paper very much. Usually he has j I through upon just as it came from the committee. From 1 Friday and Saturday. It is generally every promise that they will be soon.

o' r These contract are conditional upon the voting ofa been carrying the same old prices while cost of ''a legislative point of view this is an unusual conceded that nothing( as elaborate. The Kissimmee Gazette has taken up &

bond issue of $(,300.000. The bond election will I stock gradually crept up until now there are plants !II achievement for a committee chairman, and we was ever no successfully carried out the battle to secure a bulkhead for -

1 : be held on June lit and we hope to hear that the I: where the actual cost of paper ink and press rent would not pluck a single leaf from the laurel wreath in the state with the exception of Lake Tohopekaligra and while in Kis- X C

entire issue has carried. This means that Polk is not returned to him on a job of printing. There's ', with which Mr. Sparkman's brow, is bedecked. But that given at Tampa, a much larger. sinvmee at the Press Association, we

t county will join Osceola county at the line near no eating there. 'i we find the same fault with this bill that we have city. Kissimmee will long 1 b-3 remem I heard many discuss and comment on y

Loughman and that a continuous good road' from There is a remedyit's backbone. The man who |I found with other bills appropriating funds for improvements :I bered' most kindly by the Florida .this bulkhead proposition, and We be- R !

here to Tampa will be assured., prints at the prices of year before last isn't going' of waterwaya--Florida doesn't get its Press Association. The next \meeting lieve with those that we Heard discussing .
P -'--: :----- Ito' eat off the proceeds.-Leesburg Commercial. I' share. will be held in Jacksonville.: -Bartow I this matter that this bulk nr

t "Bulkhead the lake" i is no longer a dream or a I' : The present bill gives Florida less than a millionout I I Record. i head will become: a certainty in a

slogan, it is-an accomplished fact. No the city I HELP BUILD A GOLF COURSE I .of a total of forty millions. Florida has more -o- I very short time. The Fort Pierce

hasn't begun work, but .L.. A. Hamilotn has,. He : seacoast' than any other state, and the number of It was this open-handed, genial News has been drilling" away for n n '.
began work this week throwing boulevard hospitality of Kissimmee that caused I sea wall along its city: front, the wall.',
up a I Every citizen of Kissimmee who can should do seaboard states is not very large. Florida's inter-
along the lake front southeast of the city and bor something to help attract attention lo the Got( nal improvement depends much upon the development every editor to leave the city feelingthat" would not only make a beautiful I$ .
dering his property"Lake Shore Addition"and they had been among pleasant, frontage for Fort Pierce, but would ." '
course. Plans are now in the making to enlarge of its navigabje'streams.: The Kissimrnee; cultured
u the Cilf Club property. Mr. Hamilton, who is a : the-course to eighteen holes instead of nine and to river is allowed the miserable sum of three thousand the people 'and wishing Kissimmee also add materially to the sanitary

r q wealthy Canadian, believes in Kissimmee. He has': put it in excellent shape' for the coming tourist dollars in"*the bill just passed. That is better than Kissimmee good things it deserves. And and business progress of this city.

always been a warm supporter of the bulkhead season. In this connection it is interesting to read has been done in the past, but not enough to do it. It is has a great future before The News will- win its fight eventually.
idea and now he is showing his faith by his works. young as a city. It has done And so we could: go on citing prof
ti the f Silo wing- article printed under a Tampa date any work worth while; it is nothing i in comparisonwith much the
He began work with a gang of laborers this week line: the demands of the situation. In truth, it is past few years and will do jects that the newspapers in differe .

and is arranging his driveway so that it will join the J. J. Logan president of the United States Trust only a sop. If it were not unladylike, the peopleof I more the and next industrial few years. As a business ent...parts of Florida have taken up '

+ city boulevard at the city limits. All honor to Mr. & Savings Company, of Jacksonville, returned the Kissimmee valley might do well to cast back center it has and fearlessly, intelligently- and -persistently "' t
j I'' great promise and with continuation i 1:
j, Hamilton. May his example stir, the city to action.j home last night after spending two days here to the paltry sum with fine scorn, and tell our tightfisted of civic a fought for until by the very 'I'f
The bulkhead plan is sure to come now. It inspect the new Palma Ceia golf course. government to keep it and be hanged. With tifying the lake improvements and beau doggedness of their fight they have ?

fail to be realized. = I Mr. Logan, who is an enthusiastic golf fan de- all of Mr. Sparkman's boasted influence as chairman of the front it will be one won out. The editors bf Florida area 'r
prettiest towns
F not only in '
". .-- clares that Tampa's new course will be one of the of the committee, we f fail to see what he has Florida, but in the whole magnificent bodY' of fighters and

4 A WATER USER'S QUERY ANSWERED. best in the South and that it will prove to be one accomplished of extraordinary worth in the matter And we believe the people country of that: the in cause of Florida and Its towns) ':.{f fI
-.--- of this city's assets. of appropriations for Florida. Jacksonville are good handi.-Okeeehobee Call.
greatest getting city deserve the good things that i r ,
s'r A reader sends in the following query which we "Climate and golf and best drawing cards when and Tampa harbor received the regulation $300.- coming their way.-Wauchula Advo are I The Osceola county-+- commissioners

4, are going to answer before we print it. The city 'I you want to attract people of wealth as visitors 000. These, or similar amounts, have been included cate. recently subscribed( for over a thou-

t council about a year ago passed an ordinance and residents," said Mr. Logan. "Golf made the in practically every rivers and harbors bill for -.0.- sand copies of the county papers to ,

e.. which amended the water usage rules and gave II Belleview hotel, and it made Aiken Augusta Pinehu..t the past ten year*-long before Mr. Sparkman was On Thursday morning the Press send to inquirers and prospective set
i4 i permission for the use of certain kinds of automatic I and innumerable other places. chairman of the committee. The growing importance Association met in executive sessionin tiers. For some years this has been ,;-J J

sprinklers. The city clerk J. R. Gilbert or I "With your new course here, you are going to of the ports would, seem to call for largely increased the Graystone Casino, the business done in Osceola county, and it has ;7;; a
f W. W. Carson of the city council water and light 'have golf in its best form, and right in the city at amounts, to say nothing of the claim which [session being preceded by a short been demonstrated that this is the .: t J

committee can give the exact provision of that that. You will find that this will bring to Tampanot Florida has to its priority in length of coast line ,concert program rendered by the ){is- most.effective as well as the cheapest I: '

ordinance. The query in question follows: only a host of winter visitors who have never navigable 'steam and strategic location. simmee High School Orchestra, led form of community advertising. ",
Editor Valley Gazette here before but also winter residents : If Florida is into its it by Prof. R. DeWitt Brown
: came -people ever to come own certainly a most Nothing conveys to the distant resident p
My landlady spends hours of her too little leisure who will come here and build fine suburban should be at the time when her senior congressman capable instructor. The fine per- so adequate a conception of K

time, holding her garden hose in her hand a* required homes convenient to .the course and spend a good occupies the important _post 'oL chairmanof formance: of this musical organization what a community is as does the perusal ,

by Sec. fifty-six ((56)) of your city waterworks part of the year as resident the riven and harbors committee. To all .in- in tempo, intonation and expression of that community's local pa- ". '

., ordinance, which says jj at a garden hose I "I have observed that in all progressive American tents and purposes this committee is the major reflects great credit upon pers.-Lakeland Telegram. To which _1/' .
:t must not be fastened to anything but must be "heldin cities, the best suburban home are locatednear committee as an instrument in serving the interestsof the city of Kissimrnee, it being one the Clearwater Sun adds: Osceola. has ';

the band" while in use. This is your law but the leading golf course and country club. Florida ,commerce and development. It out of the best school orchestras that we been using.this as one of 'its methodsof

while walking around town I see hose running everywhere Tampa i is unusually fortunate in having her golf ranks all the rest for the reasons herein cited. Flor- have ever heard. And in Ihis connection advertising for six o# seven years

_ and no attention paid to the ordinance. course loeated so near the heart of the city. It is ida is not only waterbound-it is water-ripped and we cannot commend too highly and finds that it is a good 'investh" '

Why,not have meters> It i i. most unjust to those really suburban only in name." tended, and is all but water-logged. Its commerceof I the excellent idea of developing the ment, one which has proven I ty*

"' who',use ,water carefully: to Ue forced to pay for In illustrating the effect of a well-located golf the' future depends upon the utilization the latent musical talent among the worth, and that is the reason why a

'; itj. lavish use byother,, And furthermore, a law :course on real estate value Mr. cited the water which nature hat so-abundantly supplied school children, which tends to createa they continue it from year, to J'MrJ''l'beT
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not, enforced creates disrespect. for all law. It organization of the Florida Country Club of Jack In the name of justice when do,our conpesa ..eaesject. local musical atmosphere, so essential find.that it brings in' ....peo- "f;

,' ,should. be rePealed dr enforced: sonville.; When this' club was organized in 1910, ) to get together and demand what j is our a. factor in the' highest civic de.. Ale[ Dew'enterprtae.and.l1eW', money

./. ..f:. ,A.. IIAYWOOD. ground! was secured eight,mil** out and ,part:,of it,..bJ: ,all 'right and- reason? J i nlop1lluL-Estm Eagle: fate the county. .- r :sofa{

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hG !ores As long as they are both hogs,; earnest under President VT. Ellis I Help somebody todayl tute on .summer. conferences anent enjoy the fraternity., Com and ,welcome

; 1 W.C.T.U.COLIJMNI'!let'. take the little one, he is so cute.: Simmons They have their charter,Help somebody today, somebody- delegates, .reports; expenditures" regulations Mr. Editor!

L. T.L. SILVER MEDAL CONTEST: and literature for sendee., along .life'. way; recreation, etc. Every MAUD B..IJTTLE,
be the friendless Ocala, ,April 20. League Let! ended,
sorrow
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A double medal contest 'was heldat Marvin juniors under Ml a.'Kimball league) should elect delegates'at.on. ,

We should never wed an opinion the schooL One class consisted of i hold a Bible study and devotional befriended, Board can be had reasonably for all A valuable dressing for flesh'
for better or for.worse};what we take even of Miss Ruth Clark's of: had O, help somebody todayj"Bajrtow ti
I pupils meeting; each Sunday. They bare who wish, to.go, at the dormitory.As wounds burnt scalds: old sores; rash;
rood grounds, ,w. should lay the'' second grade. Miss Erma -
upon Little
: four cottage meetings. Care
prayer I 'BALLARD'S
betterSwift. seniors have paid all assessments a- token of our appreciation to chafed akin is SNOW
; down upon Tyner got the medal.. Her recitation i a pound party at the home of a paralytic
i and $20.00 to missions, the press who so kindly publish our LINIMENT. .It it both healing and
r r: Sn4. -, was. "I Killed a Robin. ,,taking many donations!, They are now paying for: an organ! artlcl... we offer them the most comfortable !,. antiseptic., Price 25c, 600 and $1.00
Our Supt. of. Medical Temp ranc The other clue was.,composed of Boca Grande has organised with I
. for the I league room. seat at our conference A per' bottle.- iSold" by Osceola Pharmacy. ; ?i
. has the following in "Good News. six, of Miss Medora Russell's pupils, .
members President P. P. number of ,
: twenty ; It Is will editors will. be present to .
Let.us, Me to it.Dear'Comradest. I also 'of the second grade. The successful -: hoped that every league . . . .
Speer; cor. sec.Miss Myrtle Jacks.One - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - f.
*" 'four 'contestant was 'Catherine' hold'especially attractive, program 99999999999 . .. O................" ..,." ....... ...
Only weeki of'our Jla'w leagues has undertaken this Easter. The occasion.Is a golden
left to to 'Our'family physician f>ennlne. Her ,subject was Ignorance, '
speak
) the of of
cure a young man opportunity for our advancement
r and others, requesting them to I Is. Bliss, Not Always.
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their vicinity injured in an accident.It "all for Christ. Ala. and
(. w vote and work for "the Resolutions''I Mrs. M. A. Clark, Supt. ,will mean many.sacrifices to them, Anniversary day, -May. 14, marks Birmingham '
.
in and out of ,
;.Against.Alocohol, both
.: as a specialist must be employed. as nearly' as possible lour Epworth
the sick room," that will be introduced -I 0009640444004,0.00 While money is only secondary (as League birthday. As it happily coincides '

at the meeting'of the Annual Medical ." 0' the heart must first be responsive! to 'with Mothers' Dayjoint Return'r'w

' Association at Arcadia, May 10- + FLORIDA::. EPWORTH. LEAGUE *j(good deeds),, how, -we would appreciate program has been arranged whichcan i .h

,11\.1\" ; ( 3.2. Your superintendent has written + .'I it if some generous person be procured from,the central of- Account of
urgent appeal that these "ReIlOlu-1 00'00440004044400'0 would endow the league for this department fice. .
tions" may be daopted, to I "We can't get what we hope fort'I of social service or helpful President Garfield Evans Sutherland "IJ" C. "V". ]REXC>w yry yryt

I officers and advisory committee of nrst,- '(I ness in our everyday life, thus responding -I addressed the the Largo Insti- t

: the Association, and has received I . Success cuts manyjigsBut ', to the appeal"Look TICKETS SOLD MAY 13th TO 17th :.
' : most favorable replies from the nrei* in
find
all around someone
; ones thing is .I.fnt-a man will: you lavlgoraUog to the Pale aa4 Sickly Limit 25th but limit be extended r
Ident, Dr. II. E. McGinnis Jacksonville need I May may s:
; first vice-president. Dr. John ,A. succeed TM OKi Standard taeral atent1mlnfr __.... to June 14th by depositing ticket with
w
If he digs." Help somebody today OROVB'8 TA8TKUB chill TONIC. (
i.. Simmons, Arcadia; and the secretary- Tho it be little. a neighborly deed-. MaIaria.raricbmbcbload.aadtMll4.aptb.ara.teat.. AtrMtouc.ForadBluaadchliaTem.iucYour . Special Agent - ,i:
treasurer. Dr. Graham E. Henson i I 1
It.
.. r Jacksonville-and notone, unfavorable A whole year of "dig," Epworth I'" m VETERAN'S SPECIAL i

, {t reply. This information given Leaguers, will bring* wonderful results '' ; Leaves Jacksonville May '14th, 9:00 P. M.
in our work. The digging for UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK.DONT
will doubtless Influence -
,. to your physicians truths the grasping for opportunities ; Arrives Montgomery May 15th. 12:00 Noon
them to vote for. the Resolutions. -
and the maturing plans will yield an THROUGH CARS FROM TAMPA
1 = Have your county association
abundant harvest "All for Christ" at STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED VIA -
I ; pass the same resolutions and report '
conference 29-June 1. ,
that each league May ,
same to me. I am praying ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Lost opportunities cannot be regained -
that reads this appealwill I-
white ribboner -so to make amends let us lire "Oodsoi's Lhtr Tin" WU Clui You druggist or dealer sells you a STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
4. feel that _it I. a direct messageto II
60 cent bottle of Dodaon's Liver Tone
if it last
,; t her and that she will not delay to every until then moment, beginning as the was new our yearwith I Slaals' Urn Better Thu CiloMl under my personal guarantee that it 0 0 4e 9 9994+e 9 999 9 9 M *099999 99 99Nature's
speak, at once to her pby.lelan.ut will clean your sluggish liver better than
ill Cii M S nnte.
will speak to all the physicians in her greater determination to succeed I nasty calomel; It won't make you sick

. community, and see that these resolutions than ever before. Calomel makes you sick; you love a and you can eat anything you want
be introduced and acted uponin Ocala district, under Miss May Mc- day's work. Calomel U quicksilver and without being salivated. Your druggist
this month Mullen, of Largo holds its southern it salivates; calomel injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful will startyour )
her association,
county If :you sre bilious; feel lacy sluggishand : liver clean :your bowels and
institute .t'Lingo The
this week.
at the monthly meeting. all knocked out, if your bowel are straighten you up by morning or 1-
northern institute'will be held at constipated and :your head aches or back. Children
Do not fail to read New, eAgain.t get your money gladly
{ by Mrs. M. M. Al- Ocala April 27. All leaguers who stomach is sour, ,u.t take a spoonful of take Dodson's Liver Tone because it lapleaaant
Alcohol harmless Dodaona Liver Tone insteadof
come will be made welcome Klssim- and doe.n'tgrlp or
tasting
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len; "Alcohol Most Pernicious using sickening, salivating .Iomel.odllOn'a
Crime" and "Declaration That mee leaguers included! There is a Liver Tone: is real liver medi-' cramp or make them sick.I .
with fine program. cine.. 'You'll know it next morning because am oiling millions of bottles ofDodson' \
Alcohol is Child Menace Greeted you will wake up feeling. fine, : Liver Tone to people who have,
Cheers Dentists," in the April' 6 Ocala seniors will have a sunrise liver
by your liver will be working, your head"be found that this pleasant vegetable
issue, page 4, of the Union Signal. prayer meeting Friday at 5:30 a. m., mid diul...... gone your stomachwill medicine' takes tfcj !A see of dangerous
led by Dexter Phillips and one on be sweet and bowel. regular. Yo ealesBai. BII7 esss cattle on' my Bound,
Yours for victory, May 1Q-12, 1916. Easter morning same hour led by will ...! like. working. You'll be ehssrMl reliable gaarsJBss* .A** your druggist
Lovingly, Miss Nellie Liddon subject: "The Mi el tMlzr* Tin* M4 ambitk, about BBS Way\ of Securing Fertility

Mrs. Anna Whitcomb Riggin. Glory of the Cross." ___ __ __ n_ ___ _____ __ __ _ __ ___
Bradentown. Lakeland seniors have a mission i

class studying "Daybreak in the Dark L There is no mystery about this.' It brings
"The Original Swede" submits the Continent" They meet each Monday '
into the elements of soil and air. The :
following dissertation on "Swat the ,with Mrs. J. F. Wilson. Full report use a

'. 6.... Booze": later. cilbct is both to increase present crop yields
Booze runs out of a bunghole and Mulberry league holds most interesting and to build up the productiveness of the land.
every glass drunk makes you drunker. services each week. They num-

Anyway, the next day you feel ber forty and have elected delegatesto
all split from drinking the filth. league conference. Mrs. F. M. Jol- amyfasi Natursown finely ground natural phosphate.
Instead of having a good time, you la _
ly .corresponding secretary.Kendrick
had the time of your life getting has a Knights (of Elijahor ii H'' contains a high:: content of fcrtility-makin 4
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home to your wife and she has no boys' league of 22 .,- including'Supt elements that are made immediately available

respect for such a,prospect, thereforewill :, P. P: McGaskcll and,his What Contractors Nee by proper cultural methods. When Natursown
join Booze and give you thunder. auistanta. State organizer editor

When weak men get downcast they who visited them met also with In Stock Made to Order is used the beneficial effects are noticeable 4

take to downing strong drinks and their new senior league which is InMUSTANG ,for many years thereafter,
.. get downed. Therefore boot the .

Booze business when you are in the Structural steel of all kinds -I-beams
". booth, Its only value lies 'valueless' a specialty ,' The analysis!,of Natursown shows it to contain !.
men and we are overstocked. < channels, angles, stays, bolts, etc. .
5on't think that because'a man IsS&rthLess 84.42 percent phosphoric acid: This is released! '

lir-: that he,.is harmless: It is a For Sprains Lameness I 1 Hardwoods in varietysbbirchcedarcherry, gradually, and with the crops .cultivation

" -" ., good reason 'for him to be harmful .Sores,Cuts Rheumatism, cypress,mahogany,maple,oak and white pine. which make it .available will; be found to
; when he is full for booze Is harmful.
. ,, "* You can't get good out of bad. Penetrate and Heal permanently build up soil fertility as well as

\ Y"; It's funny you don't hear much Stop. Pain At Once The Merrill-Stevens Company to increase immediate crop yields '
: about the land office business of the
For Man and Beast -
blind pigs until we are going to vote. Good Service Quick DeliveryComplete **
25c.JOc.l.
At All DeaWa. Send for free booklet it full details and ,
: Y I think if they were doing the business our gives ,
claimed for them, that the saloon lines carried in stock. Best equipped proves what we claim. Write today for this book.

, ., men would not squeal on themselves LINIMENTNUMBER
machine shop in Southeast for special work.A .
t tf; and fight for a chance to pay

i '", $1,000 a year to run a saloon. It the complete force of workmen ready for road Lakeland Phosphate Company
; {. blind 'pigs were money-makers, the
L* work at all times. Particulars and quotations
; saloon would be unprofitable. Competition -
> Av. Lakeland.
Cypress Florida 1k
;r. would be too strong. A lot 40 FOR THE BLOOD on short notice. Wire, phone or write us.
i t!" of booze sold in blind pigs is a poor -

; argument for selling it in saloons to Expels scrofulous humors from the

I a sensible person. blood which cause constipation malaria Merrill-Stevens Company -

Let us make our town as dry as we rheumatism sores, ulcers, pimples 600 to 654 East Bay Street ,
I can and not as wet as we can. etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy Y
Jacksonville Florida
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: sLY'a-L I .- '. ,,., .. III-iO OIQ OIIiI I S I RESOLUTIONS I.I to the widow the heartfelt sympathy

1 1---- of this Chapter in her' hour of k>ne.,

: 'I St. Cloud Resolution., of respect and condolence lineal and sorrow', and, that, we'com*,.
Notes
i ; 'JJ: DepartmentNEWS on the death of Mr. W. II.I I mend her to the loving care of Him

I Thurman., who doeth'all thing well ,
Whereas It has pleased an all-wise I I B.a !it further resolved that these>
(Mattie Belle Harrl. Editor.) AND NOTES TilE .
OF
i-- -WONDER, CITY", FROM OUR OWN Providence remove from our midst ,,resolutions be entered upon the records -
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., ,SPECIAL,CORRESPONDENT, Mr. H. W, Thurman the husband of :' of our chapter' and that a'copybe
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_ Request i made !. aD patron ef ... Valley Gazette to send item' our'beloved sister Mrs. Debbie Thur sent to the; widaw and also to the ..
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of Society Ereit. to la. Editor for publication IB these co uma. man .. city paP.ers.f r publication Mrs. ,Sarah M. Rouse, of Central and Theodore Desckner were united Therefore beit, resolved, That we, Mrs., J. 'W. Evans '
Village Conn., and Miss Mary Tracy, marriage at the home of Mrs,Allison's . Mrs. R. D. Thomas: .
iIIIIIOIOI.I..O .I.I 1 o I 0 I' I 0 I 0 I 0 I''0 I 9 t O 01 0 I *0++' of Conn. who the members, oft Kifisimmee Chapter
Wauregan, have been daughter Mrs. Smith Florida
on' extend Mr. Wm. Peak, comrriitteerr .
DONEG' No. 62, order of Eastern Star
SUNBEAMS, ENTERTAINED ,I r MISS AN ENTERTAINS spending the winter here left Thurs. avenue. The bride 'and groom I -r

:...-- day'morning for their northern home. .

Miss Grace Winn entertained the ThePythian Sister and a few Mr. and Mrs. A. .N. Protrman who! I commun-ity -

Little Sunbeams of the Christian friends were charmingly entertained have their winter home here left on I, N. Albertson left Thursday -alit

church' Monday afternoon at htlr'I Wednesday!' afternoon by Miss Elizabeth Tuesday to spend the summer atllilladale j morning to spend the.summer at East

1 I c home on Orlando avenue. The little Donegan at her pleasant home Kans. j Orange N. J., and at Bangor, Pa. ,

r" folks enjoyed playing game on, the on Emmett street. The time ,wars Duke Warner, Pearl Bass, Bonnie I Mr. and Mrs. G. E: Hoppe and Gilbert'sOl

: lawn after which delicious refreshment spent quite informally with social Ricketts and Mac Arrowsmith motored ,daughter, Anna, left on Saturday for Specials

i of fruit punch and cake were chat and. a number: of musical selections to Orlando Sunday afternoon.Mr. i i Foster Ohio where they were ,called

: served. were, enjoyed by the guests. A i and Mrs. Preston Raynor left I by illness in the family. .

t I 000ALUMNI dainty salad course was served followed -I(I Thursday morning to spend the summer I I The Priscilla club met Friday afternoon For SATURDAY and MONDAY
I BANQUETThe : ,by ice cakes at Island N. Y.
cream, and.pllnch. Long I at-the home of Mrs. Goss on
Mrs.' D. G.' Wagner and Mrs. E: E. I Mrs. Qyimby who has been spending i Ohio avenue with Mrs. Ethel Reid Unusual Values
: Alumni Association, of the Qs- Rolda assisted the'hostess in serving.Fortytwo the winter with Mrs. Cooper left,:.I and Miss Ella McAllister as hostess- These Are

t ceola High School wil hold its annual guests enjoyed this pleasant : I Thursday I for her home in Hampton, J J es. Meeting was opened by repeatingthe

.! banquet at the Graystone hotel event. j N. H. Lord's prayer in con() rt., After i and BIG Money SaversHere

x next Wednesday evpiung. The committee -. * Fred Fallbush and wife, of Pennsylvania ;is ,short business session the meeting
in charge al re:at work on the MR. AND=" MRS. LEE ENTERTAIN left Monday for | .
avenue their., was turned over to the hostesses for
(k plane and the event promises to be I I home in Michigan. They expect to 'the social hour which was pleasantly' Are a Few of Our Mny Specials..

an elaborate one. ._ | Mr. and Mrs. Lee entertained a (sell their property in the north this 1 I spent with conversation and fancywork
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4 ,. .' number of out of town guests Wednesday : 'summer and return here in' the fall. | After dainty refreshments Ladies Wash Skirts, latest styles,
MISS VAN .Dt'ZER: ENTERTAINS=
I! with a fish frp at Southport. i i Mrs. Vincent and daughter, Annie':: were served, club adjourned to meet $1.75 value, $1.25
Three automobiles carried the party spent Tuesday with, MrsT Coble on in two weeks with Mrs. Alice Knight
Little Miss Leonora Van Duzer entertained | I
; the members of her class, Ito their destination, where a bountiful ;the lake front. I and Miss Mary Thorndyke: I Ladies' Wash Skirts, latest styles,

+ : dinner was enjoyed. A dip in I Mr. and Mrs. Hanan left Monday to Mrs. 'Charles Clausen and children I
the "A" division of the eighth grade, '' $1.25 value, .98
with an ice cream luncheon at the. ,'Lake Tohopekaliga was included in spend the slimmer in Ohio. j> left Wednesday morning for Illinois, ii

Graystone hotel this afternoon 'folA ,i the pleasures of the trip. The guesta Mrs. Grace Cooper and daughter, where they expect to locate. j House. Dresses, latest style, $1.25 to ..
1 were: Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fort. Mr. j I Elizabeth Pomeroy, left Thursday for Mrs. Eames and daughter Mrs. '
E : lowing school. The affair was chaperoned I $1.75 value .98
"by Mrs. Edwards her teacher, and Mrs.Seth Woodruff, all of Or- ,(j: the summer Westfiold: Mass. Ijildtt, left Thursday for New York .

Miss,Albina Smith her former teacher 'lando, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Follette and i'i I Mrs. W. A. Drawdy" spent Tuesday 1 City. I These, Dresses arc mode of good
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Mr. Osborne. of Winter Park; Leslie 'in Kiss mmee Mr. Rice and daughters, Miss Rice
and Prof. R. M. Evans. Amoskeag Gingham.
I, glow of Umatilla, Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mis. John Carlon left on and Mrs Miller and two children, left
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f i / EASTER EGG HUNT=" I.J. M. Lee, Misses Mildred Lee and Tuesday for Owensboro, Ky. I Tuesday morning for Brooklyn N. Y., I Ladies' Waists, $1.25 to $t.50 value .98

f r_ _ Schweikart. .j( The stork paid a visit to Mr. and but expect to return in the fall Dsl

l Miss Cecelia Overstret entertained I I. .* * Mrs. Charles Coates on Monday and I they have built a beautiful home here. Ladies' Waists, 75c value, ;,48
THE MICROBE OF LOVE left a baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. I. N
the members of her Sunday school l I ; Wright left on i
w ; sr'; class Monday afternoon with an I I II Mr.: and Mrs. B. F. Rails; Mr. and Wednesday morning for their northern Ladies' Long Silk Gloves, white and

", 1 Easter egg hunt at her home on Em- { The presentation of the musical' Mr\ J. IL Ferguson 'and Mrs. G. II home in Indiana.Mr. I black, $1.00 to $1.25 value, .89

mett street. After the eggs had been (comedy, The Microbe of Love, by lo- I C'laik motored to' Kissimmee \Vedrv2-. and Mrs. Henry Dale, Mr. and |

ii found, delicious refreshments of lemonade (lea! talent, under'the; auspices of the day c\ening to atteitl the show at the Mrs. 'Nichols, Mr. Hargrnve and i Ladies Long Crepe Kimonas, good

'y I Belies of the Christian church, at the Casino. mother and daughter, Vera motored '
sandwiches and cake were I 'I 4 value .98
a, 4 served. Each one was given a pretty I C...:jno Wednesday night far exceeded Mr. and Mrs. A. Cranston and to Okeechobee on Sunday, returning

; basket filled with eggs. the expectations! of the most () daughter, Ella left Thursday for a Tuesday evening. All report a fine Ladies' Short Crepe Kimotias, good
| P'I visit to Arlington, N. J. trip.
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value .48
c WESTMINSTER CLASSENTERTAIN : "he: play was staged under I II Mr. and' Mrs. Derham left Tuesday ;1 Edgar D. Katz, candidate for supervisor -

AT SUPPER |management fo J. H. Armstrong and' to spend the summer at UuCand, : of registration, was in our Don't fail to take advantage of this "MoneySaving

i? i ,was full of unexpected, and amusing Mich. I I city on Wednesday and met with an
Pres-byterian {situations. The local hits were exceptionally Mr. .and Mrs. Ciyde Edwards left 'Enthusiastic reception and promises Opportunity.A. .

t j good. Thursday to spend the summer at.;xof vates on every hand. ,

members of the class and their The choruses under'-the direction of I Mt. Dora. I j A. E. Drought was a business caller S. GILBERT Propr.

friends at the Hart Memorial Tues- Miss Marlea Bishop were new and On Monday'evening Mrs. Allison I I tat Kissimmee on Tuesday.Mrs. -.
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day evening April 25th. About thir- si uppy and without exception, tookwell ------------------------- - - - -

ty-five guests enjoyed this delicious with ths audience and the solo I Wilcox, Miss Freida Rsidel, Mrs. W. ( Clark Howell north of the city. ,PHONE 35

supper and spent the evening very work wag popular with the crowd. It H. Arnold, Mrs. E. E. Wells, Morris The ceremony was performed by the

pleasantly playing games. would he difficult to determine just Bunnell' and Paul Grubb. Rev. A. M. Chisholm. Only the immediate -
+ .. * I what featured the evening, as it I 000 j family was present. The JI --..*
r c FAREWELL TO COL. HUNTER qo!med an "all st4r" performance: WOMAN'S\ CLUB MEETING, wedding is the culmination of a romance

which met hearty, spontaneous ap .*A, which began when the families
A number of friends of Colonel plause and continued laughter lived on adjoining farms in old Mexico -
President Mrs. Minnie Moore wIll.
Harry A. Hunter have been invitedto throughout the entire evening The not far from Tampico. Tho young lljr
son presided an J impromptu :
over
attend a farewell party ia his honor proceeds of the event totaled in,round couple will go to Mexico to live.
meeting of the Kissimmee Woman'
to be given at the Van der M ersch numbers, about one hundred dollars.
Club Monday, afternoon at the..Hart ,
alb residence which he recently purchased * ,
Memorial which closes the work cf ,
MRS EVANS HIGH SCHOOL TEAM "
Saturday evening. Colonel 'Hunter HOSTESS \ .'
i 1. l leaving soon to spend the summer .' .-- this club 'till October. Some time t L.. : S3 ?' '.'

looking after, hisvaried sint.ereata '' Mra...J.;';:\W., Evans' ; delightfully en- was devoted Jo businesa routing when DEFEATS HAIN S'Clty.] 4 Buyh erawristAw atch) .
the by-lawd.were adopted 'and the f il- , .. ,
tertained "' "
in Minnesota and Oregon the member of her Sunday : ':
and his friends will bid him godspeedwith &chool, class at dinner Tuesday 'even- lowing new members were accepted: for graduation, a: \, ,
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Mesdames Mary E. Waring, B. B.
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this social function. ng at the chapter house, in honor of The Osceola High School team defeated
* rour members in the graduating class Simpson, F. C. Bryan C. L. BanllY.DeWilton the Haines City team yester- lifetime gift

MUSIC CLUB of the O. H. S., Misses Marie Boyd, Alderman W. J. Sears "Gay day afternoon.on the local -diamondin
Livingston, Claude Harper, E. C.
Kathleen Bearden, Celeste Moseley, a loosely played baseball contest
The Kissimmee Music club will and George Cooper. Covers were I.idMisp's Bryan. by a score of 13 to 8. The game was

i-- hold "an important meeting at the 'or Marie Boyd, Kathleen The officers for the coming year featured by free hitting and numer-

Hart Memorial Monday night. All Hearden, Amy Makinson, Lorene were elected. They are Mrs. Minnie our errors. The score by innings Ask to see them

3 members are urgently requested to Donegan, Marion Porter, Maurine Moore Willson president; Mrs. W. B. follows:

attend. The program which was prepared Oann, Ethel Gilbert, Celeste Moseley, Makinson, first vice-president; Mrs. ,
i for the last meeting will be Bessie: Peake, Jessie Padgett, Lola S. B Aultman second vice-president; I Haines City-- RilE
o 1 0 3 0 4 0 0 0-81012
Mrs. N. C.
i Bryan, recording secretary -
rendered it having been postponedon Kenton, Mildred Anderson,' Leonora i
account of inclement weather. Abusiness Fortner, E. L. Wenner, Helen Saw- ;; Mrs. M. D. Alexander, corre- Kissimmee COLE JEWELRY CO.
1 0 8 1 0 2 0 10
Mrs. John- 1. x-13 15
I sponding secretary; Clay
session will bo held at which ver, Bessie :Moseley! Kathryn Wilcox,
i i son, treasurer; Mrs. H. C. Stanford Batteries-Cook, Garlett and Huie;
the constitution<< n and by-laws
w ? as prc- Gertrude Steinbach, Jean Caldwell, .
i chairman of department: of civics Arnold Tiller and Story.BARGAINS.
the ;
r pared J by committee named for Ruth Butler, Etta and Lucy Wither-

? that purpose, will be considered. spoon, G. E. Wenner, Qf Washington, 'I Miss Almina Leitner chairman of the
a % A 1\\ D. C. department of literature; Miss Al
GOLs ; Mrs. R. W. Cobb, Mrs. Holmes
CONTINUE TOURNAMENTTwo bina Smith chairman of the
department
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Prather, Mrs..K. P. Butler Mrs.. C. L. I
more matches in the mixed of economics; Mrs. C. A. Car-
Bandy, Miss Lillie Dale
Miss Mcdora .
foursome being played on the golf I son, chairman of department of legislation -
Russell. Messrs. B. E. Evans, Albert
course have been played with the ; Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, chairman -
: fOI-1 Bearden, Ralph Bearden, C. L. Ban-i ,
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lowing results. In'th* match of Revision committee; Mrs. W. "
dy, George Cooper, G. P. Garrett W.
w P. K. Weaver and Mrs. J. D. B. L. Winn, chairman of membership Here are a few exceptional priceswe
Withcrspoon.
a* against Lawrence Carr and Mrs. : |!
y committee and Mrs. S. II. Bullock are offering the people of Osce
y Claude Harper, the score stood 2 up * i'auditor. The chairmen of the various Your Social
and 1 to play in favor of Mr. Weaver ROYAL NEIGHBORS ENTERTAINThe =" committees to appoint members to ola county and Kissimmee. Standing

,h ,; and Mrs. Clark. The second match, ---, serve during the coming year. A por-

ti Gay Livingston and Miss Marlea Royal Neighbors lodge mem- tion of the afternoon was devote<
R Bishop won with a score of 2 up bers pleasanUy surprised Miss La- a program commemorating the deathof for Women ________________79e
against Cal McCaughen and Mrs. P. vinia Wenner at her home last even- Shakespeare which occurred on that
K. Weaver. ing, complimentary to her WE HAVE ADDED A NEW
sister,
l date. The program included a sketchof 50 Pairs White Canvas Oxfordsfor I
r Miss Georgia Wenner, of Washington his life by Mrs. Willson. A character LINE OF ENGRAVED '
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I and was leaving on the midnight I Stationery Calling Cards
Leitner, notes from Mr. and Mrs. ,
'r' The recital given by Miss Marlea train for her home. Mrs. M. A, Sawyer I Southern's Opinions of 50 pairs White Canvas Patrician ,
Bishop's music class at the Hart Met who Shakespeare Wedding Invitations Birth Cards
also
left last night to
"' spend in the Dramatic World, and also from Shoes for Women, usually sold ,

sl, attended morial Monday and the evening program was presented largely the likewise summer an honoree in North of Carolina the occasion.A ; was. I and Miss a Harriet number Monroe of batutiful by Mrs.sonnets Fripp at $3.50 __________________$1.98 Announcement Cards. '

l far exceeded the expectations of the "flower
w : guests. erable contest" furnished consid- i,read by Miss Elizabeth Aultman. 100 pairs Patent Leather Shoes Engraved in the latest style and on the
for
amusement! the
"' evening; * finest of card ,and
o' The applause was frequent and and the prize, a beautiful boquet of COMBS--J ACKSON for Women small sizes, formerly paper. I "

hearty evincing the appreciation of roses, was presented to Miss Georgia ASK TO SEE OUR SAMPLES
---- sold at $3.50 _____ $1.98 r
the audience. Many of ---
expressions Wenner the
guest of honor. Tho
remainder Mr..Gamett Combs and Miss Alice
surprise were' heard that Miss Bishop of the evening was spent informally Price a* low a* consistent with this high
"' Jackson were united in roarriago last 100 Sport Shirts while they class of work.
'. could present so finished a program in social conversation and ,
Sunday evening at the home of O. E.
rf; after so brief a stay in the city. various games. Refreshments of ice last __________ ______ ______45c
.' Kissimmee is indeed fortunate in Young. The ceremony was performed Kissimnimee Valley Gazette
and
cream cake
were served: by Mi<*I by the Rev. S. W. Lawler. The "
.,i numbering among her winter resident Alberta Hopson assisted by Misses Men'i Straw ,Hats, usually sold
young couple both of whom are well r\
an artist of Miss Bishop's abil! Miriam
Munger and Dorothy Wells. known will make their home hero. for from.$1.50 to $2.00,25: and SOc .
l ItSh.. :was formerly director of The guest list was a* follows His The Valley,Gazette join their *j
the' many ,
music at Woman's College at Tal- Georgia '1
Wenner Mrs. M. A. ..
Sawyer -- --
friend in
t wishing them a long and '1$
lahaJsee but'pvi' her'poattion to Miss Lavinia Wenner Mia Helen K. happy wedded life.HANCOCKHOELL. -

h} .: bring her father to a warmer climate Sawyer. Mr. G. W. Rutherford Mrs * Lii. Jaylo ARLINGTON HOTEL

Opine to benefit his health. R. B. Savage Mr. O.,S. Mark, Mrs ,. Mrs. J. D. Rushing Prop.

'., :|Tb entire program a* printed last J.; A. Barclay Mr.,M." Munger, Mr*. --=-- '" "f-- HOMELIKE PRICES 50e 7k A: 1.00 ..; ,,
week,, In the Gazette I wa given with A.. 'Cotterman, Miss Dorothy Well, Mr. Harmond ''Hancock of Mexico <"* Special Weekly Kate*. <*IT

t.t:'.;.., the exception of the number by Mrs. Miss Miriam Monger Mr C. Bun and Mica Mary HoweHTwere'unijUdjinmarriage.last Next Deer to Haldaaoa'a Hardware all part Everything*'of city.new All modem outside room improvement, screened, large veranda. ,', runniq cars to ,,

P1;JJ *i. :nrlw: ,.nlfeln. oMLJIiM( Alberta. opaoa,;.xn..n.,,L ;Sundaymorntnat,the ...2t: ." .E throughout' I.. ... ..
'a from scold, .D C'unabl.tO: Misse Harriet FlRANKLhieSTR '\: 'Plrone 12" ..'wee TAMPd PL Ia
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THE USSBBIEE VALLEY GAZETTE; Mrs.. A. L. Pierce returned from Attorneys R. L., Jarrell and W. J. Mrs. E. Ik {Pierce made a business . .

(Tl.t>hoB.tea IL) Winter Haven 'Thursday: where .she Steed made a business' trip to Haines trip to Auburndale: Wednesday.J. e't I I .

visited friend .
City'Wednesday.
>'j I, Published Ersry Friday By' ; A. Ewing of Rosalie, 'was in. '
W. B. ttARIUB..A... 0. VM.HI ..OlfIDW. 100 sport shirts at L. L. Taylor's. Use Texaco Gasoline and Motor,Oli town Friday on'bustnes. *.., fSweetpeai /ir -;' f( ?i 'i 'Food' 'ValueS l f' : ''I

While' they: last only 45 cents. and increase your'mlleage. Klssim-, for' s.I"'Ur'. ,7I.'- ,W.' ;. 'f'.Y' .. .
,
'" .........oo..i .oo o. Kenneth McPherson; ,P, K.. Weaver, mee Filling Station, opposite{ Postof- Boice,. t>hone"'215R. **,""" :41--' *; s<1 Y.'" .u..G.. , . ". -i >" ,y.u w.' '. . "

< Gay Livingston and' Robert Paige flce.. 'Food-'pro"lded., the family table deserves '

Weather Report I j,motored to Winter Park Friday .Texaco'Gasoline'and Motor Oil will guest W T of. -Hamm J, S. Stratton, of Palatka Tueoday, was ,'the., the careful thought of every housewife w

,
enjoy a round on their golf course,, positively increase your ;mileage. Let ... '
I us prove {it Xiasiifimee'filling Ste.ton Mr, and Mrs.. Q, B. Reynolds, of. Do you use thought when I bu)' gbaking'
Mr. and Mrs. T, F, Redwood left I
opposite FosUffice. Tampa, are spending several days at' powder} ,
Following. are daily tempera.r'ti Monday for!Cincinnati: \, Ohio, for an the Graysfone hotel, .

tures and precipitations as reported extended visit, with' relatives. They Last Saturday' night the: home of '. ,The quality of >.cake, biscuits :"and all
by Government station. will spend some time in New York Harmon: Hull in Narcoossee was totally Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ;Tedder and'

't at Kissimmee Thursday for April the 27 week: ending before returning to this city. destroyed by fire and the occupants baby Tedder,returned Sunday from a I quickly raised flour .foods depends; largely!

The house week's auto trip:to CIrwatert Lake. the 'kind of baking used.
Max. Min. Rain ; 50 pairs tof white canvas oxfords narrowly escaped. i upon' powder r

'-,)d Friday .. -? 91 63SafiMay at L. L. Taylor's going at only: 49 was partially insured. land, St. Petersburg and Tampa Royal Baking Powder Is made from

. r' ..87 CO cents.M Live alligators boxed for shipment, Mrs. Will Lawrence and sons will

Sunday __ ___ 88 6* 50 cents Durham's Department leave next Monday for their home in cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is

Monday ._ __ 90 50 _. and Mrs. A. A. Ankeney, of Store, St. Cloud. 18-2t Kentucky after spending the wintre absolutely and has proved its excel .
pure
'
Md. the of
Tuesday .. __ 89 53 Hagerstown, ,are guests St. Johns Guild will meet at tho here. .
".r Mr. and ,Mrs. M. D. Alexander, at fence for making food of finest quality and
Wednesday 92 56 home of Mrs. W.'J. S. Carr next F. C.
t their home. Mrs. Whitthorne traveling representatlve -
Thursday __ 85. 59 pleasant country Tuesday afternoon, May 2nd, at half ? wholesomeness for generations.
for the
Florida Times- .
and Mrs.. Alexander sis
Ankeney are '
three. All the ladies of the
past '
Union, was a Monday visitor-In Kiss ,
Ot'O"'GOO'O"O" ters. Royal Baking Powder contains alum
'OO Guild are 'especially requested to bo simmee. : no :

tf 000000.00..00000000000.0" Icon Forrest Lake, of Sanford, present. v ii nor phosphate.- '
r Special sale of men's neckties Sat-
whn is a candidate for congressmanfrom
the Fourthdistrict, was a visitor Our prices are low in comparisonto urday and )Monday at F. II. Lawson'a. '

,; .1 The Local Field I in the city last Saturday. He the' high grade of work wo can 50"cent goods for 43 cents. 25 cent ROYAL, BAKING POWDER CO. l.
furnish In cards
,,fc was 'accompanied by E. S. Douglas, you and engraved invitations. Call, announcements at goods for 21 cents. New York' _

:: t ....04 OOOO'O'O'O', O' O' ".0' clerk of the circuit court in Seminole at the Valley Gazette office White shoes for men and women, .

{ Fire Insurance.-. A. E. Drought county, samples. regular $2.00 kind for $1.50 at F. H.
I

. Fresh shipment" of candy, 15 cents 100 pairs of white canvas pumps If you want a black walnut roll-top {$175 Lawson's.kind only Saturday 125. and Motfday. .busy husband Dr. Ward Allison j Margery'' finds out that ho is at the a
for at L. L. Taylor's, only 79
The Story Stors. women desk in first class condition at bar- 'l home of doctor' friend. Her r
; a pound a ,. (Bruce McRae). Sho makes a scene a suspicions
cents. gain, call up Canova. Sell at one. An auto party from San Mateo ball are aroused amf-ehe goes to,
at
L. Lv Taylor spent the week-end a masquerade 'becauao sho se shim
with Judge G. F. Kribbs is the owner fourth actual'cost.. 19-ltpd spending Monday night at the Gray- dance tho place whero her husband Is beingoperate
his family in Sanford. I twioj with the saino wom
stone hotel, was J. A. Crosby, Ralph
of Overland In Then the of
thought
a new car. company on.
The of An- an. On another occasion she.burstsinto
.. Mrs. S, L. Johnson( spent the weekend .- with J. J. Griffin, J.C.* Griffin and young daughter Mrs Crosby; Miss Crosby, and Mi. and his office because'she how her 'suspicions in the past have ,
drew Simmons was buried Monday at hears a,
with relatives in Sanford. ; Roma Thomas, he went to Jacksonville Mrs. H. W. Bracken.Mr. I been unfounded causes her to resolve d
Rose Hill cemetery, the ) ev. A. M. woman' lauahinff within. Margeryfeels '
, Our candy is clean,.fresh and pure, to get the car. J. S. Cadel], who Chisholm conducting the services. and Mrs. Thomas A. Shaffer, confuse(V when she finds the doc to trust her husband. Later she finds

'y 1 ,15 rats a pound. The Story Store. i was in Jacksonville on' business, returned The community extends 'Its sympathies of New Orleans, who have been I tor playing Xith a child he has treated out the truth and Is rejoiced that her

I with them Sunday. spending some time at the Graystone better nature has triumphed over
while
J. J. Richards left Wednesday for to the bereaved.J. uie mother is looking on '
R. Robotham, who has been spend- I hotel, departed for their home Tues I with joy. Finally, Margery almost I jealousy. s
Luxora, Ark., where he went on business K. Atwood, of the Osc.ola
!, ing the winter at the Osceola hotel, day.I ,_ causes the death of a child because in ,I There will also be a Keystone com .
i iI macy, who was called to Darien Phar-I "
left this week for his home in Marys- her Jealousy she doesn't give her hus edy-"Love Will Conquer, produced f
the serious illness of his I 4 4fifi44040fi440444
I Mrs. A. M. Story spent several by I by Mack Sennett with Harry Crib,
band the nurse's call. Sho
ville, Ohio. Mr. Robotham is a regular I I.i promisesto
brother at I will return today. His many friends 41|
days last week visiting her winter visitor to Kissimmee and give up her unreasonable penlousy bon and Polly Moran in the comedy: *e
will be to know that his*- AMUSEMENTS 4 "
pleaded
I ;
t\ Park.
Kissimmee (I.states that he will return next win- 4 and for a time she keeps her word. roles. )
mother has recovered. i fi
Mrs. T. F. McCook of St. Peters ter. I 4 .r4Gfififi4fififi4fi4fi44Good Then her husband becomes infected On next Thursday the feature Triangle ...

burg is the guest of Mrs. R. G. Can- j 50 pairs women's white canvas Patrician Canova at City Dock, is agent for with tetanus (lockjaw). To keep his picture at the Gray stone will Ii
: for few days. all kinds of marine engines and accessories wife front worrying in her dilicate "His Hereafter," with Wayland
ova a
shoes, usually sold at $3.50, I crowds continue :to be the Julo.
; quick deliveries. 19-ltpd condition he pretends to leave town. Trask and Myrtle Llnd. I a ,
,I Look, children, we have tine fresh I going now at $1.98-L. L Taylor. at .the "Question Mark" theater, so I

candy, 15 cents a pound. The Story I Mrs. Oscar Conklin and two attractive Wm. J. atervelt returned home designated because Manager Beall) - -- -- -- -- I
Store.W. I Ii Monday night after attending the has not yet selected a name to take KCASINO
children, Dallas and Paul, of
spring session of the Presbytery of the place of "Dixie," by which it was
i B. Crawford spent Tuesday and' Miami, are the guests of Mr. and TheFormerly
Florida at St. Augustine, and too an- formerly called. !
Wednesday on a business trip to Fort Mrs. J. D. Clark. Mrs. Conklin' has nual of the Christian En- ? ?
meeting The Triangle Pictures which are ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Myers and Tampa. I' been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. DeLand. .
at
deayor society shown at the Graystone Casino
:>>
.Holly\ of Sanford, since the press association every die Dixie Admission 10 and $I5c
Clark left last
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thursday and Saturday afternoonand
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hartzelt and
met here wek before last;. {
... week for Erie Pa., where they will Mr. and Mrs II. F. Hartzell, who evening 'under the same manage-

.. reside in the future. Rev. A. M. Chisholm will' preachthe were formerly connected with the ment, still remain popular. Matinee Thursday and
annual sermon for the order of 'Tomorrow at the Casino will be Helen Holmes
Dixie Theater here returned'this
1\; Fat, juicy and tender meats always Saturday 3:30 P. M.
,; i found at City Market, 'phone 44. tf Odd Fellows at the Christian church i' week from an automobile tour of the shown "The Green Swamp," producedby ,

Mrs. II. W. Thurman has returnedto Sunday morning. His subject will be' East Coast and are spending a few Thomas II. Ince and featuring Every Night 7:15 P. M. ,
"Where Is Thy Brother!" The sub Bcssie Barriscale and Bruce McRae. .
to look days here. 1
this city from Philadelphia TuesdayMATINEE l
I'. ject Sunday night will be "A Social The story of the play is as follows:
interests.
after business 100 of women's leather THIS SATURDAY J
t,' Salvation." pairs patent Margery Allison .(BesBio Barris JI
: Mrs. W. T. Waring, of Lakeland, shoes in small sizes, formerly sold ad NIGHT I
./ and Mrs. W. W. Saunders will cale), a young wife, is jealous of her
J ,, and children are visiting her parents, Mr. for $3.50, going now at only $1.98 at 3:30 and 7 P. M. "Love.Will'.Conquer" i,
-
in their automo-
leave next Monday
Mr. and Mrs: H. M. Pfann. L. L. Taylor's. I '
bile to tour through the country en (Keystone) ,
When you buy bread ask for Reed's route to Providence, R. I., where they Mr. and Mrs. Pat ;Johnston and Are Your Aiwa Good

Batter Nut-15-2t will spend the summer. Mr. Saunders baby and Miss Elizabeth Doneganleft and "<

*". S. H. 'Happersett and'bon, C. R. I has been connected with the Val Thursday for Canoe creek, where Electric Lights $yhowMAfl4EE3 "The Green Swamp"Produced
will' three weeks "
two
of DeLand. motored to 'ley Gazette for a number of years they spend or ,
s
I" ,: ,Kissimmee Happersett on business Monday I and his friends .will ,regret to knowtbathea while Mr. Johnston is superintendingthe Out of Fix? byTHOS.
"
,Mls.JSaunders leav nnnual 'cow hunt".. .. amol.g ,hls .
.'
are .
*'' ; ; ', !; )>}": .
',-' t>" M. Munger made a business tip 'ing. herd of cattier in that section." Call Otceola Electric Co.C. \ H., INCH
?
?
to Orlando, Apopka and Winter Park Clarence Simon colored 'who .. E.t GARDNER, Mgr. TUESDAY,'THURSDAY
t home r A new lot of fine little ranches on was
Thursday, returning Saturday.Mrs.
'r SATURDAY 3:30 P. M.
the market; young groves; shrubbery arrested at Deer Park by Deputy House Wiring, Fixture NEXT THURSDAY
W. L. Bot rth, of Hebron, I ; good roads. See or address, C. Sheriff Young; Tindall and brought-to and Repairing NIGHTS 7 P. M.

Neb., who has been spending the winter E. Swope.-17-t pd Kissimmee, pleaded guilty to a "His
Hereafter"a {
'" here, left last Friday for her charge of assault and battery and 119 BROADWAY
p. I and Mrs. H.: G. Seiver, Mr. and I
home. Mr. I was sentenced by Judgq Murphy, of Always 5 and 10 Cls. Keystone
Mrs. W. C. Bradley and little Aileen,
Friends of Mrs. Lee McLeod will the county court, to six months in the I -
Miss Shirley Bradley, of Delray; 1
learn that she has been ill convict '>
regret to gang.
this: week as the result of an attack Messrs. Don Siever, James Buckles Mrs. Sadie wife of J. G.I' \
and Everett Cornell were a pleasant Lyverse, 1- CUS BEALL: ,
of f i party enjoying an all day boat tripin Lyverse, died at the Gordon-Kellar I !

Reed's Butter Nut Bread is just'' the "Lucy.B" Sunday and a picnic hospital in Tampa, Saturday and was .. .__ -, -_,

what you need. Try iU-15-2t I'dinner at Southport. The diversionsof brought to this city Monday for bur- $. ; i ,
included and ial. The funeral services were conducted _.h --- ---- .
the swimming
day
Hon. C. A. Carson, of this city, delivered Lawler the 6440446 ooooOOOOOOOfOOO'OOooo.'ooooo..ooo" ,..,'
fishing by Rev. S. W. from
the memorial address in Or- :
t home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Allman, '
p x.y H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY
lando at the Memorial Day exercises I
', I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naugle, of an Tuesday, And the remains buriedin .
..
FLORIDA. "Tkm Land of E.eh.tm..t."I. B.IIi.
.f' on Wednesday. Sholb/ville, Ind., arrived Wednesdayto the 'Ward cemetery in the Boggy R..."'" 0..1.,.." TA... Any Otkmr S,.,. !In <*. Um....
\'
I ; Mr. and Mrs. A. Cotterman and make Kissimmee their future Creek section The deceased was .

. ;ft" Mr. and Mr& M. Lamb motored to home. ;They are the parents of E. "E. twenty-four, years old at the time of I BREAKER. & BARCLAY t.

lj, <' Mr. Lamb's grove, near Orlando, to Naugle, editor _of the Gazette, and' her death and had been ill\ in the hos .y.yp Real Estate, and Insurance CI'F.'...." ... ;

' IH,"?, 't spend Sunday. Mr. Naugle Sr., will be connected II pital for the,past twenty-one days. Kiitimmee, Fla. Ir: ": <<1.-:. h

with the paper. Their daughter. Miss J. M. COOPER. Cl.rkINSURANCE ..... ..
+. Miss Medora Russell !left for De i /, CM. """ L.
Hazel Naugle, who is a teacher in the
Christian
Land last Friday to attend the -
public schools of Shelbyville, will join
Endeavor convention there. She

returned Monday. them later.A Have You Seen

party of twelve from St. Cloud t'OOOO.O.O'.O'.OOO'OOO'. " '.O'OOOOO"OO'.OO'O" "
who has been
Miss Jane Patterson,
f Mrs. C. L. came over to Kpssimmee one day last New York's '
sister
the guest of her ,
week to be the of Mr Snod- and REAL ESTATE:
Farmer, for the winter, left for her guests i iLet ;
and Mrs. Edmonds who
' home "in Forsythe, Ga., Saturday.The grass are Latest Waist?
stopping temporarily at the Park ho- insure Lire tlrallh .
us your your yuur Prcpcrly.,
Camp Fire Girls entertainedthe tel. Music on the harp and violin We are showing it today.

"Blue Birds" at an. Easter egg were ,,enjoyed prior to the dinner The SEAL-PAC latest Fern Waist in tho the I JOSEPH: H. JONES: 'Information in regard to property for

hunt Saturday afternoon at the home which' was served by Mrs. Rose, of same style as envelope the women- of sale and rent cheerful y given.

t w' of Miss Norma rifftn. the Park hotel. A tour of the city New York\; are buying today. I .Candidate

Practically ,new Princess range' was made in' three automobiles. Price only $1.00, but tho material In addition to fifteen other good companies, we

with hot water connections, for sale They left for home on the 4:15: train make and finish are the now represent the well known
same that go into higher priced State Attorney
at a bargain if taken tomorrow (Sat- declaring that the day had been a waists. I HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. ot New York

urday). 316 Mabbctt-a St. very pleasant one. t
Democratic Primary : cr. "" ..A.GEJ
See our new line of engraved cards, Men's straw hats, usually sold at I I .

announcements, wedding invitations. $1.60 and $2.00( now going at 25 June 6, 1916 Second floor Citizens Bank Eldg. Kt: simmce, Fla.'

of work. Call and 50 cents at L. L. Taylor's.Mrs. .f .
of all kinds
Samples (Paid Artvfrtlm'mont) ,(..'oO'oOOOO'OOIO'O'OO 'ooo'o'oooooo'o ,.,',. ." o,.

at the valley Gazette oice. I J. Wade Tucker, Misses Lottie ; -.-- '

;J. Z. Roberson, R. H. Ludlam and and Lola Lawler, Mildred Lee Mabel ,

W. T. Crawford, of Cairo, Ga., who I' Overstreet, Sarah Clark, Alpha West- TW" U.S.P.t Odd .. . -

is visiting relatives Mere, spent fall, Dorothy Wells, Maude Alice In the "SEAL-PAC" Envelopeis SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT

Thursday; morning in Oilando. '/I Wagner, ..Virginia Tiller, Edna "
Schweikart, Janette Privatt and' guaranteed fall size no = AT THE
Rev. W. L. Hackett. pastor of the skimping. Size, style and price ,.
Pierce motored to Enterprise.
Presbyterian church of St. Cloud, Lucy printed on the SEAL-PAC en
'spent-Tuesday in Kissimmee with Saturday and arranged an Easter velope. When you buy the "
egg hunt for the orphans 'at the Fern Waist in the SEAL-PAC GRAYSTNE HOTEL
W. to
-Dr. B. Wltherspoon attending
have the satisfaction ,
Methodist state orphanage at that envelope you .
ecclesiastical business.I of knowing that it has not -'r / ,
place. The inmates of Mrs. Brown's ',been tried on. Per : -'
$10 :
Week andUp.'J
have two motor boats left I can private orphanage 'were'aJso invited : .

sell at a: bargain. One cabin 5 H. P. to be present and enjoy: the merry : 'TheQuality Starelnc; '-

!heavy duty engine; '!one open 4 H., P. search for, the baskets of pretty; egg*. O. C.. ,PYERCEt: ManagerM.1 ,.' : -

light duty. Both la Arst'class condl.Dock Punch andcake ,were also erred to. ;! JCj! ,W., DANN;'(..... ,.. ...
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+ :tlOD.v Canova, City,,. ll>. the..,,,little. ,.. folks. :... : ',,": 'c.4 :
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t PACE THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE \ FRIDAY. APRIL Z8.'I'N: y; ;; 1't

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f : 8. Solo--Gondola Song (Oeiten)) Song-Love Divine, all Love Excell- 14. "Cinema Entra' cte" (J..,, Winne) 'MAY INJUREBLOOM.JAYS I "a
SPRAY
THIS .
WOMAN PROGRAM ALL READYFOREVENTSOFSCHOOL
LITTLE j
.A
Minnie Gardner I, ing-chorus and congregation." High School Orchestra. "SI

9. Reading-A Boy's Conclusion I Benediction. 15. Delivery of Diplomas-Supt. C.

GINS 35 'POUNDS (Unknown)-Margaret Lea I E. Yowell. EVANSB. -'

10. Song of the Alps (arranged by Monday evening\ May 8th at 8 16. Class Ode composed by Lilian ,:'

FRAIL CLOSING EXERCISESContinued Chas. D. Blake) Abbie Harrison o'clock, the High: School graduation Mary Prehtls-Graduating Class., E. farm demonstrator ,
( .ANOTHER THIN NERVOUS be' 'school of Medals-Prin. R. in of i''
PAIN-RACKED WOM.IIEALTIL and Essie Bass.H. 'I exercises will held': in the 17. Awarding for Osceola county, speaking
AND ( from Page ill) : auditorium. The members of the M.- Evans. the danger of spraying' citrus trees "

AN RESTORED TO' IF Reading-Little Orphan Annie 'graduation' class'are as follows: 18.. Song,"The Remarkable ;Class of when In .bloom, this ,week said: >" 1

.... Hungary-High School Orchestra (James Whitcomb Riley) Ada Dollye Alberta Alford, Helen V. '16" composed by Lilian; Mary '"Although,, 1 It will soon "be time '

"Honestly. I am getting, so fat-I-really 9. A Strange Legend of Bohemia Louise Simpson. ? Bass, Kathleen V Bearden, Ethel :Prentis-Graduating Class.. (within the next"Week or ten days') '

; am ashamed to tell' you how (Unknown)-Margaret Stanford.. 12. Delivery of Certificates and Marie Boyd Parah E. Clark E., Mau- ... to spray' for the second brood of 1
'
I Net-
much have gainedsaid
ISfc 10. Bin 'Perl ns. Toboggan; Slide Awarding' Grammar'SchoOl'. Medal. rine Dann,'Mary Ethel Gilbert, FrankS ADVERTISED LETTERS white fly, it is rather. doubtful 'whether :'
ti. McCarr who live at Eightgenth
(Pauline Ph'etpe'Murray) Over- -Prin. R. M. Evans, ,- Calkins, Will Mason Tiller, Martha or not it :will! be advisable to do .
Avenue, North, Nashville, 1
a street Belle Harris, Mary Celeste Moseley, dvertised'list for the two weeks so. This Is especially true in bearinggrove
Tenn. several .
,. days ago. 11. The Sweet Girl Graduate (Pauline Next Friday Evening at 8 o'clock Edythe B. Nlswonger,_ Lilian M. ending May 8, 1916: # which are now coming into

"Actually, it ,has gotten' to be a Phelps)-Lois- Johnson. the departmnet of music, under the I Prentis, Orpha D. Rose, Bertha Grace Baker Abetele; Bready, Mamie R.; bloom. Tha oil sprays which are the .f-- }
;
regular Joke; for I have gotten so "Pasadena Day" March., (M. Vesella) direction of Miss Myrtilla F., !Beals; ; Winn George S. Cooper, Arthur B. Bass, Mrs. Rosey; Bronson, John C.; only recognized effective sprays for $

stout that my clothes are, too small -High School'orchestra.. will give a recital in the 'school audi* Jarrell..and Tony Regero.The Davis Mrs. Mae; Hunt, Mrs. J. M.,' the control of white fly and the various i
for me, and every dress I wore last torium. The program 'for the recital for the graduation the bloom ,
Decision of Judges and delivery of program Hansell, J. V.; Howard, ,Walter A.; scale insects will injure
winter will have to be made over \ follows. exercises will be follows \
medals. as and it to drop. Young non- -\1
Holmes Amos; Morris!!, James; John- cause ;
again she continued, "and' the Anchored (by request) (M. Watson) 1. King of the Forest Am I (Henry *' I son, Sam." A.; Overstreet Mrs: M. N. beating trees and mature trees, not.Jn bJ.J 1

change in my general appearance is Next Thursday evening at 8 o'clock ---High School Orchestra. Parker-lIIgh'Scllool) Chorus 0.; Perrett, G. A.; Smith, M. H.; Taylor bloom that are Infested with whitefly S'l{
wonderful that friends and
so my 1 2. Poet and Peasant, overture (F. !
neighbors are all wondering what I, the recital of the Expression Depart- Piano Quartette WaldfrauleinsHochzeitsmarsch Ida; Williams Ingram; Walker, should be sprayed; about the tint '
Johann | von Suppe) High School Orchestra. Miss Eller Nese Webb M. C. Wesley of May. If spray formulas are desired
t have been 'doing with myself. When ment, of which Miss Elizabeth' Ault- ( Kafka) ; ; ,.. $
3 Invocation-Rev. S. W.
man is director, will be held at the Katherin.j Carr, Margaret Stanford | : Lawler. S.':; L. I will be glad to furnish lame'at
they ask me I just tell them I have I 4. Salutatory-Mary Celeste Mose- ,
highschool auditorium. The pro- Frank Herrington Norma B. B. Simpson! P. M. any,time
V been taking Tanlac, and it is a. fact, ley. NOP0400a04004
for I have,just finished' my third bottle gram will b-3 as follows: Griffin. 5. .Class History-Parah Eugenia -

and (have gained 35 pounds. 1. (a) March, Fighting Strength I Ih the Woods (Paul ConteRuthritz. Clark. oooo.oo oo.ooooooootOOO 'ooooooooooo 1

(Allen) (b) Tendre Amour (Clem- .
"When I began taking the medicine 6. Violin solo Salute d'Amour (Ed-
ents)=High school orchestra. BeUPer Hochzeit (Hugh Reinhold) WILL YOU HAVE GUESS WORK
I only weighed 105 pounds and now I ward Elgar)-Anthony Regero. 'i
Lois J.
Overstreet.
2. Herve Riel (Browning-Caro-)
'
keigh 140 and never felt better in line Fripp. "' Duet-Bagatelle (W. K. Bassford- 7. Oration, "Duty of Literary Mento OR POSITVE KNOWLEDGE?

my life. 3. Nathan Hale (Finch)-Jlesler Dorothy A. Wells, Miss Beals. i America (Grimke)-:William
+ r "I always enjoyed good health up Mason Tiller. STAY J
k i i HERE TO
Porch Pherigo. Leg Sylphes (G. Bach man)-Alpha
to about two years ago, when I began 8. "The Herd Girl' Dream" IdylA.
4. Union and Liberty (Holmes)- Westfall. !
having indigestion which gradu- ( Labitzky-High School Or With the
I Walter Bases On Tip Toe (Charles LindseyCornelia ) 'I X-Ray
ally developed into a bad form of chestra.
5. Nocturne Opus No. 9, No. 12 A. Herrington.The "
stomach trouble. This trouble
began 9. Reading-"The Swan Song"Katherino
(Chopin-Mrs.) J. B. Rouse. Silver Nymph (Carl ) .
Guess work is done away
down and I
pulling finally
me got'soI ( Ritter Brooks)-Bertha \
6. Absalom (N. P. Willis)-Garil Mamie B. Pilley. lIeirll-1.
1 I could not eat anything at all scarce Lane. I Duet (a) Romance ( Grace Winn. with and no more valu- '
ly, and had to diet myself continually. 10. Class Will-Ethel Marie Boyd.
7. Chambered Nautilus ( ) ey) (b) Happy Day (A. Diabelli)- able time and money need
I had avoid
to sweets of all kinds HOlmeS-j 11. Le Premiere Valse-Piano four
Manie Witherspoon. Lenore E. Van Duzer Miss Beals.
hands two Du be wasted on medicine
pianos (Auguste I
8. Solo, I Hear a Thrush at Eve I Promenade d2t Fleurs (Victor Abe U>t lASi H
fer for hours.
rand-Elizabeth) Maurine Dann
'nerv'ous (Cadman)-Susie Spier. Lee-Vera) Johnson. I ., taken for the wrong dis
; 1 was also very: and diz- and Mary Ethel Gilbert. .-
9. The Hero (Pauline PhelpsMuriel ) ,I Con Amore ( Paul Beal-l1)ont-Mar-! )
a
and tired. I "
was ease.
zy easily finally got Prentis. garet E. Stanford. I 12. Class Prophecy-Helen VirginiaBass.
I + so weak I could not walk any distance I .
without 10. Fairy Song (Curry-Olivine) Silver;; Bells (Paul Lawson)-Marie G _. We never use the knife. '
m resting. My kidneys must 13.: Frank .. "
Valedictory
Savage. I A. Ogram. Seymour ywr=.-r.r. -earn--rARE ,,
:
have been aflVcted also, for I had se- Calkins.
; vere'pains in my side and back. 11. Candor (Bunner)-Margaret Lee. Tossing Kisses (Call Being)-MattieE. ,. YOU SICK? .

My sister, Mrs. Minnie Hall, came 12.a( ) If (Kiplingb; ( ) I/envoiKip-( j Stanford. :

c to see me one day and she looked so ling) Edgar Bryan. I: Male Quartette The Red Scarf No. 666 Have you suffered/ for years? Have you tried doctor after -> I
.. well I asked her 13. Lust Rose of Summer (Crouch) j (Theo. Bonhjur)-M. Overstreet. doctor? Have any two doctors diagnosed; your caso the same? You
what
she had boon Of
have been treated for the right disease. course, J
perhaps never
Susie c. Kejjero, T. Reg-pro, W. Tiller.
{ taking. She told me Tanlac, and I Speir. I This is a prescription: prepared especially. you could not be cured under these circumstances. Correct diagnosis -
made up my mind right then and 14. A Musical Instrument (Mrs. Puking Flowers ( R. E. DsReef)- for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. is absolutely necessary to successful treatment. By the daily

there to give it a trial. Browning)Christine Ivey. I Virginia M. l. sloy. i Five or six doses will break any case, andif and hourly use of the latest and best diagnostic instruments we are
her' 15. Burial of Moses (AlexanderPaul) V'al/'tta (Wm. Coopcr-Freda) taken then u a tonic be Fever will not able to make a positive diagnosis. This is the secret of our success.
"Acting on advice, I bought a I return. It acts on the -Ivcr better than I
M1+ bottle and have been taking it regu Orawdy. J Schweikart. Calomel and doe not ripe or sicken. 2S. HOURS: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays: 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. .
larly since. Of course I expected it 16. Humoresque (Dvorak-Mrs. J. ''Will o' the Wisp ((11. A. Wollenhaupt) : :. 3145
1 J -Lillie M. Hansen. PHONE
B. R to
but
help me, If anyone had told me
that there was a medicine that would 17. (a) Break, Break, Break (Tennyson Piano Quartette-Fruhyings Erwa- GERMAN-AMERICAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE

have helped me like Tanlac/ I would ) ; (b) Crossing the Bar-Ada chen (E. Bach)-Louise Thomason, I
not have believed them. Louise Simpson I Carolyn Fripp, Lillian Prentis Muriel 304 ZACK STREET Opposite Maas Bros.TAMPA- FLA.NATURE'S 4s'

"The medicine 18. Musical Reading, .Necklace of I Prentis. 00 40.0..0..
seemed to be just HOOOOUOooo o- O+oH-OO 4O'OHOo-HoOOHHOOU
the one thing I needed for it just Tears (Carmen Sylva and S. Haw- French Child's Song (F. Behr-Mar- -

filled me with new life and energy Icy) Margaret Stanford. : jorie Makinson.

from the very first dose. In only aq' 19. Lincoln's Address nt GettysburgArnie 'Sylphide (A. LoeschornMuriel)
: Drawdy. I Prentis. "
few )
days my appetite"returned and I
began to enjoy meals and 20. Alexander's Feast ( Dryden-) Hope (Geo. SpauldingGeraldineLesley. )
my
every Susie Speir. Blowers Ground Limestone makes acid soils :
thing seemed to
with
nourish me. agree me and 21. Grandfather's Clock (Castle)-. Andante-Sonata Op. 28. (L. Van Be- h sweet. It releases potash .salts and imparts

*, "I am no longer nervous, and dizzy- High School orchestra. thoven-Carolyn) Fripp.A strength and vigor to growing crops and tt't"e8.Dlowt'rs' .. BLOWERSGROUND I
Frolic (Harry Mathewa) Margaret limestone ground unusually fine
,headed like I and -
was now can sleep .
readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities -
Next Friday morning at ,11 Lee. .
like,a child. In fact, I feel just likea o'clock
person who had bean'made all over the Eighth Grade Graduation exercises lIn.ans! in! frische .(Theo.'Geise! )-Su"sie -can be applied at any time-is
inexpensive. Write for literature and price- L I M E-
again., I hope suffering will be held following the promotion Spier-j _", >
t_ :will hear about every' It.': : T.: :7V woman" exercises for the whole school, Harlequin-:' (Carl lalJiohmNormaiGriffin. |) )) r Blower. Lime &: Phosphate c. STONEThe

Tanlac t ia'raoldexcueively) "in i "'Kis.Bimmee which ,, begin"at'8; \ISO. The programfor .'. .,-:W'M\\dfWWI&\ Bo. K 308, Ocala, Florida

by J.; Z. Roberson and in St: .the eighth grade. graduation .will Scherzando (Julius lIandr ck- /

Cloud be as follows: Frank Herrington. -\-1 1I
by the Seminole Pharmacy.- -- --- --- a .mle
Adv. 1. "The Periscope" march (This.A. I Minuet from Fifth Symphony (Moz-

l Allen)-High School Orchestra. art-Schulhoff-Katherinc) Carr.

2. Invocation Rev. A. M. Chis- Ballet Mignon (Paul Wachs-Lillian) I j

_t I i REV CHISHOLM WILL holm. Prentis. Ernest Amos of the world ,

3. The Anvil Chorus, from II Tro- Sunday morning, May 7th, at 11 eyes

ADDRESS ELLOWS vatore (G. Verdi-Class.' ) o'clock, the annual commencement I An Experienced Man for
4. Reading Old Aunt Mary's sermon will be preached in the school '

r -_ (James Whitcomb Riley-Freda) auditorium by the Rev. A. J. Holt. STATE COMPTROLLERYOUR are on the man who .1

.. t'' The Rev. A. M. Chisholm pastor of Schweikart. The program will be as follows: STATE AUDITOR FOR 12 ;;,

j the Christian church, will preach the 5. Trio-rAt: the Dancing Master'sA. Song, Doxology
annual sermon to the members of the ( Forester-Mamie Pilley, Mat- gation. OF COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE

4 : Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges next tie Stanford, Alpha Westfall. .1 Invocation-Rev": A. M. Chisholm. THOROUGHLY, FROM ACTUAL

Sunday morning. The members of 6. Reading Little Scripture Reading-Rev. S. W. Law- EXPERIENCE. I WILL APPRE-

+4 'T these lodges will meet at the lodge (Booth TArkington). Gentleman-// ler. CIATE YOUR VOTE. SAVESPAUSE

i hall at 10:30: and go to the Christian Wells. Hymn, dedicated to the class of 16, (Paid Advertisement

church in a body. -7. "Shadow Time" Reverie (C. words and music by Mrs. J. W.

4. {s, This year marks the ninety-seventh Johnson)-High School L.// Prentis. -

anniversary of the order in the Unit- .wnnnnnnnrww .. ? I:Prayer-Rev. W. B. Witherspoon.

ed States and the services will be appropriate Anthem Song of Praise ((0. M. r 'a+'n'y'ai OWe I

to the occasion. LIVVERLAXActs I Schoebel-High) School chorus. '
for
t tZ t Sermon-Dr. A. J. lIolt. a moment, young man,

J The Jacksonville Chamber of Com- '
self. The
t '' ftnerce has started a crusade against Surely SafelyJust Tte Outalne That DOM Not Affect The Ned give a thought to

F 'falw" commission houses in that I c.o.e. of Its tonic and laxative. ..a....,.. LAXA- i problems that confront '
T city. TIVR BROMO QUININE{I.bet..b.a. ordinary you now, or .
Quinine and does not cause nervoufcnes not carry all the!
because the ill ringing in head., Remember the fnlrname. and will
you are feeling IciKlliiK nnd standard -* few hence.
Pl a
\nok for the signature at K. W. GROVR. _. varieties that I years
GEORGIA effects of torpid liver is
r MAN IS a no excuse y have been tested
for buying a harmful medicine that : .e and known to be

RESCUED IN TIME has brought physical decay to thou- Boll adapted and climate to our \ Look about you-the men of affair in country, state, nation-yes, i

sands. Calomel is dangerous and as i Immediate We e..ew rake ia the world are the men who. started to save early ia life.
For nhlf-
I I Congress mmrmt of all the
Resident of everyone knows has very disagreeable -
Woodstock Finds .
Himself 2
seasonable
crop hare of the
They the a.d confidence community.
Restored After Ills Physicians and weakening effects. Medical seed. respect t
Failed., science has found a natural Vegetable I Fourth District .
Then look o. the other side-at the fellows who'rpead all tt.
T. A. Lewis, who lives out on Route remedy GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX SEED I'RANtTTS' r f 'd
8. Woodstock, Ga. was the victim of that thoroughly cleanses the liver FORREST LAKE NO. I CAROLINA NORTH sake-they may have a food time for a while, bat what does. tl jrperseaafity : e
stomach troubles for time. "
a long He
and theSpanish Rmal} reflect
and bowels without causing bad "
tried the treatments of many doctors. any \ Two .
lie tried all of feeling. Children can take it with ofSanford Crop.
His sufferings sorts remedies. I A dollar or' so deposited ia this baak win be. the ;.J': .
were a serious handicap perfect safety. Every bottle guar n- '
to his 11:1'1" eons Millet ancleas of honorable independent
work. teed. 50c and $1 a'bottle. None gen- florieum.' flaggar an career.. i,
Theq he tried Mayr's Wonderful Weed.PRUDAr Make year begiaaiaf aew-today. Your ", r
uine without
Just the likeness and signa- .
Remedy. it .
as always the
does ,,,.
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first dose proved to (him what could ture of L. K. Grigsby. For saye by (MnrtlMsinrt) (Or"'OWI I8A ..Chufas Kafir bank book will paye". way. ,
be done for his ailment. He took the Osceola Pharmacy. I Corn. VF.t.VE'rendALowlg
full treatment; then wrote: i Unlanrt
"I have taken wonderful Seed'Rlee.
your rem- --- -- .
', edy and am feeling better than I have StateBankk
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Celt in four years. TOMATO PLANTS =
'l'; '"Your remedy does just what you I.t... .....,.. B..ty
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claim it will do. the F.r.qJ.a.
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""I tried several doctors, but they R. S. FLOYDDealer n.er of Kissimmee '

;r feUd me no good. that J. Write urn for
!'have found your, wonderful remedy. week I v"r.II.t, on y

1'1' have. recommended it to some of In w Field Poultry Reed.' Feed Drain and' I Capital stock ____-__________. ________x 100,000.00 r
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,ml'onel"hbora who need It. i 8..11.. Our descriptive RssesuxM over. _________________________.________ 400,000.00 '
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives I r. catalog
Groceries Ha.y Grain and Feed.I free on -request.1r I
permanent results' for stomach liver ,_ Officers ... Directors. '
i ; and intestinal ailments. Eat as much a.NTPaTIfOSinTrEEI %
and whatever you like. No more distress Corner a- Broadway- _and Dakin Ave. Masac yw Item! -. c. A. CARSON. Presu J.,M. LEE. VICe Prast an
after eating. pressure of gas in r .
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the stomach and around rthe heart. I Iv'* "JL"'i'ti' ; M. KATZ: 2nd yice Pkast.

f' j Get_one bottle of your-druggist now Try Us ottYour Next Order For.Feed i ''GA ARTINSEED ROMA THOMAS.4i r l"

p it on an shoots paraDte ._.. ..... .. .
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i Advertisements1111111II1111 CerpeI.... CUg $. 1 hL Crsdle.Ps.Left4eI.tees : Dletrlloa BT THE JUDGE 01" SAID COIThTrai fl

'' ve. StilT TO 4IVIVITL1S all *'IIwens lIayt)% ClaI..1 .... VI.1i' (. Y.t. ... I J
---- -----------...<-, 111 : : _.. t.. ,or Oem. AZsJn.t. aaid t!.... 'e tlU. Court 1ft. Lett.n ap-a.1 ,
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= :::.a.-.c are beiw7 MACHINRV
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.. IM111 ORB_ or PVaLICA'I'IeJlf -ZWSfclaims '.Se pa..amit7' Jackson; Yates ell '11.. &.tate .1 0..1, R.. ,

....IIIC.....,_ sz aad dea ane& wntch TO". el.i County of. ,:.:--'-"'late- .f ,ftaid I D"'
TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY'CONCl RNI either of you. may .fiitva agalast the These I a
i are. t. all4l .
of blad... Rcfea daoeaaed jfor! "lie ad.ctlonsrf : 'EI
Notice Is hereby glvea that ....... ContBlalat.It appearing filed from la ha sworn Bill and.1! "late estate of ..AI....*.. Coasty. rtorraek t.tb.lunderai$1.ed I and flionisi eredutops all .and Qt.1._....... .e... lEI...... I Ite ,

and' by virtue of a aaal doereo ol there are, persona lat.r"i.. the Bxetmtrlx of sat I at, 1 end Id ".oaa'" bei
foroeloauro Issued out ., -..nd undei property Involved la this avIC othei within two years from the 6atDated. 10"", r. fore appear the 11th before thu. Court .n Gr be. I 1
the seal of the Circuit Court of the.Seventh than the known Respondents" and that February 11 st. A. -, Ult. nd file day of April an7 .A.. Do tt UU. '
Judicial Circuit of the Stats AGNES ktvan.lt they + I
I the names of such persons so Internet- t e ol
-of Florida la and. (or Oooaola CountrIn ed are unknown to the Complainant. ; -.t Executrix.NOT1CH I I.tra granting en said Estate Letters otherwise of Admin I
Chancery sIttIng In a certain cauat and that relief la prayed In the said same w be the
granted t. oaIeI
therein pending wherein Ferdinand i TO CttKl>ITO.e V..ab
Bill of Complaint against the _Id. un Tate.
.Bullock receiver of tho Lynn Haven Respondents; f I :. persons. 0 aome other lit. person

Bank Trust Company.; Is oenplaln- knIwrS' THKRKFURB ORDERED That. .. Coart of the CeMatr ".._ tate .. itliess
and Rhoda C. Mrs. ,). W., .... mr n a. ount" Judge
.nt. Woyoe, I all parties olalmtnaInterests In and of Fl. .. Oseeola Ceraaty.la I or the County .for tI
,Beach, Edward Boyce. Mrs. C. Dosh this the 37th ..
to the following? described real property dar ot Mara '
4 .Mrs. W. B. HIIL A I*. Bo7C.. U. 1.Boyce ; situated In the OsoeOla re Ratal* ., ....1 W. ........11. 'I (Seal) A..n.
and Wm. it, l Io)' .. heirs at Ian , and State Of Florida, nr..lel I To All CreditorS LeA"at_ Dlstrlbu T. M. Jol RTlrudge.11St ..

-of Wm. H. Royce, -deceased are defendants That part of Block Twontyslxof I..",. and All Persona Having Claims ''I CounORDINANCE Carn'OU. Sana ; ; ;
the undersigned: .. Special the South Florida RailroadCompany's or Demands Against said Estate: ,
.Master In Chancery will sell at public Iturvey of the town of You, and each of you. are hereby I Inotlll..d The=eases, :
before the court house door In the city : claims and demands which you,'- 01 A. 0..1..... te Fsrtb.e .....I.t. '. Aetleet
..of KI..lmme.h in said Osceola County Bounded on the Northwest 'by either of you. may haVe against the I Fir. Risk Witbia Ike ...... Ltte .a 'ala Heals .
!:Il'o ty.Olto: let day of A. D. Broadway street on the Northeast estate of Paul E. Trudell. deceasedlate the City .1 lsalso,. Flso$4a.
de.crtbeii
: real" by akln avenue, on the Southeast of Osceola County. Florida to the i
.estate situated In said Ososola County,, bv Tohopekallsra Street on the undersigned Administratrix of aid BE IT ORDAINED By the' pOllncll
iFlorlda to-wit.I Southwest by Possell-axenne' -beIna estate, within two years from, the dati'fiate'd of the' City of Ki.simm.e
Lots numbered" Fifty-eight (SI), and a tract of land Three Hundred Section 1. That It shall b. hereafter
Fifty-nine( (til) : also lots numbered Feet wide by Three Hundred and February" list. A T). HI I.ELIZABETH unlawful for .n,. person or pereou
One Hundred thirty-six (III) to tine one-half>feet" doep. TllUDELL.10tt : to erect any bksmlth shoB
Hundred Bitty-eight (I"). both In- The said lands lying In Government Administratrix Wheelwright" .shop within the .FII9 .
.elusive.-all of St. Cloud Boulevard of Lot four of Section Twentytwo Limit. or to enc.. In any business
the Town of At.' Cloud according. to In Township Twenty-five" I a Clrealt. ("..rt S.i..v.sIbJudI4sl -: necessitating the use of a forge H T. ,
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Lake Front Addition to the Plat of South, Range Twenty-nine Exit of Clreolt of the State ot Klorteia wherein fire for: bUne metal. Ie ac yes

..aid Town Died In 'the office of the Tallahassee Meridian.and beingIn la cad Cor Osetala Coaaty eel.rated by B"ow"" or other artificial 0....*. ...
Clerk 'of the Circuit -Court i In and for Osceola County. Florida IN CHANCERY de"lcco.jf unUas such person or person f
said Osceola County on the Twenty- under (Ueora-e F. Ooode, deceased or (irt. have made wrltter. application uk I. it .
seventh day of September A. V. 110 Minnie V. Ooode, deceased, or other. Orayatoao a ....ri... o Building Committee. ....
and recorded among" the public reoordi wise, do appear to the Complainant' .C/oroorattoa C5aslmIaa.i.vs. T.TLIII. ting out the Illlct location l of the proposed UM Lest .
of aald County In plat book B on page" Bill of Complaint herein lied on or before Stirr TO 4kIIBT) shop or place of buslness.and
tl; also lots numbered Ten (I.), Kiev- the Srd day of July, A. IX lltMiof ; Sooth .Florida..Mallroeiet C.p.uy. at sail CommIttee shall have Investltrat- At all ... : .Ii
.n (U). Twelve (3.2) "Twenty-one (H)' else, In due course of law, the alt ..._....t.. ed the location and "hall have ..d"l....
--rw..nty-two UI), 'twenly-tbre. II. Complaint will be taken aa confess" ORDBH OF prra..OATlOJif itself that the fire rl.to adjacent
Forty-thr UI) Fort.four t44I"Iftythree ed by all such partieS buildings would not be Increased by .... fi.
(II), ,Flfg-Iour (4). antI;! And It ,Is; further Ordered" that this TO ALL WHOM: IT: MAY CONCERNS the erection and maintenance of
$ ""'nty-.lx (7, *), of Section Four (4),. Order ba published once a week for It appearing by the sworn ::1I of said place of business wherein
In Township It), 8. Kange twelve consecutive" weeks" in the Klsslmmee Compiaintflled In thla eaaaa < said forge would be operated" C. D. .1' '.
Thirty ( E'ren; fIXJ. numberedSeven Valley Qaaette a weekly Respondents In this 'ease who arherolnbelow and shall have granted to said appl
(n. Eight '(I). Twenty-nve (26),, newspaper published and of general named, are persons whose cant a permit for the operation of said
Twenty-six (2t. Thirty-nine (*.),. circulation nth.. County of OaceolaanH residences, cltlsenshlp" and ages are for"",.. It shall be wholly within the
Forty (40). Fifty-seven (n). Fiftyeight State of Florida unknown to the Complainants and discretion of the said Building Cornmittee KI
(68). Fifty-nine (I*). SeventyTO WITNESS THE" HONORABLE that relief ls_ ..ou..a.'n the aald suit a.. to whether the operation of I
-(? Seventy-one (71). Heventy-twu JAMES W. PERKINS. Judge of the against them such forge at the point de.ignated
TlK. Klghty'nlne (SI). Ninety (SO),, said Court. and my name .. Clerk JT is THEREFORE ORDERED would Increase" the fire risk to neighboring .
Ninety-one, ( 1). One Hundred-twc thereof. and the aeal of the said Clr. That Royal M. Pulslfer and Clara S.Pul.lfer bulldlnlf"
(102) One Hundred-three (JU). One cult Court' on the Slit day of March.A. his wife and Edwin B. Has- Section! *. Any person or persons,. '
Hundred-four (104) One Hundred- A. D Kit.: hell and Calla Haskell. his wife Including I of I !! :
twenty-one (111). One Hundred twen" ( CL Seal) 3. L. OVRR8TRHKT Charles H. Andrews and Josephine Andrews violating th'l'n section .b.Yrrc" HnSlnt.nllSeidln.1 ::t .
ty-two (HI) One Hundredtwenty.fliree A. Clerk of Bald Coart. ,ln""II" wife, 1.IW Douglass- :: $50.00 OP shall be, 'Im 1\\;.
(111) One JHundred twenty-foul By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. and I... Douglass, Lou.Ise prisoned calaboose not exceed- One :
(114), One Hundred thirty-four (114), One Johnston A Oarrett 15-llt she be married. South Florida Railroad such fine and Imprisonment In the dis-
Hundred thirty-five (US). One Hundred A. Counsel for Complainant.IIKHIFPtl Company. a Florida Corporation and cretion of the court.. Provided how. One a
thirty-six (U'). One Hundredfiftythree .. Plant Investment Company, a Connecticut ever, this ordinance shall not affect t
(In). One Hundred fifty- Corporation be and they are any person or persons already owning.
four (114). One Hundred nfty-nve SALE hereby required to be and appear to and operating Torres In said Fire One
( ). One Hundred nfty-six (104). the Dill of Complaint filed In this Limit. '
( Under and: by virtue of fl fa Issued In the court aforesaid on 01before Upon motion J
-One Hundred sixty-four ( cause duly seconded and .
Hundred slxty-Ove (161). One '-Iu..dr..d out of the Circuit Court In and for Monday the fifth day of June, unanimously passed the foregoing or. \
Ixtv-slx* (111). One Hundred sixty- Oaceola County. Florida wherein T. A. D. 111*. Otherwise the Hill of Complaint : ainancd.. was by unanimous consent or- ( t
.
(17) Hundrde sixty-eight B ,Crow was plaintiff and Harry W.Thurman will. In due course of law betaken dered to Its second reading" and passed
seven(Ill" ), One Hon. (IsO)., was defendant, and the saidII ". confessed against the said in open session by a unanimous vote. I, fl
htYirlv.'L fa being directed' to all and
: every
One Respondents (Seal) O F.
KHIHMH.
One Hundred Hundred" eighty-seven eighty-six(187), One Hundred the Sheriffs of the State of Florida.Oreetlnsr IT: IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT President" of the City Council Co. :

eighty-eight. (181). One Hundred :- this order be published once a wco..kfor AU"I' of the City of -
eighty-nine,, (189). On. Hundred ninetysix I. L* H. Innrram Sheriff of OscOolaCounty eight consecutive week. In the J. R OILRF.RT. KI..lmine..
(16). Hundred ninety.ceven Florida, have coi\o'\ : n and Klsslmmee" Valley Gazette" a weekly Clerk. Approved: 3
will sell before the Court doors
onn1tu
(17) sixty-eight newspaper published and of ,general H ft MAY Fills. -
Hundred (189) In Klsslmmee City Osceola County, circulation In the cltv of KlsslmmeeCount 76-St Mayor of KissiIlniee.NOTICE .
< 198), One ,- "
ZOO). Two Hundredeveftt.efl Florida on Monday the first day of of Osceola and State of Flor- rVuMfose. >
Two Hundred ( t.
the being legal
Hundred eighteen May A. D 1916 same Ida. Ask
Two
(217). "
$ nineteen sale day between the legal hours of WITNKSS THE HONORABLE : TO (rRBIlTOH
4119). (218)Two).Hundred Two Hundred twenty" (UO). TwoHundred sale to the highest and best. bidder" JAMES W. PFIRK1NS. Judge, of the tot rt$ OT ,
twenty-one" (211). Two Hundred therefor for cash the following real said Court and my name as Clerk IN rOl'IIT OK Till: COI'MTV JUDGE,, h& De'e4 J'
(222). Two Hundred estate situate" lying and being In Osceola thereof and the seal of the said Circuit STATE' Of FLORIDA For ,
twenty-two
County. Florida, and describedas Onceolf ONCKOLA CeilMTV V
Two Hundred Court at Klsslmmee. ,
227))
twent -seven
) (228), Two Hundred follows: County. Florida on this the list day la re FXiite' of Jacob Wheelert *,
twenty-eight Two Hundred thirty I.*>t 23 of Cape Breece In KlsslmmeeCity. of March. A. D. 111111. To all Creditors Le.at.cDhtrlbut", ",..
twentv-nlno
(219)i (Ct. Ct. Seal J. L. OVFR8TRKKT. and all Persons Having Claims or f
(230), Hundred thlrtr-on., lx>t 8. Block 19. S F. n. H Survey A. Clerk Circuit Cmtrt nforesald Demands Against said Estate. .
CUI Two --
). forty-nine (1411). Two In Klsslmmee City l By JAMES M JOHNSTON. You and each of you. are hereby .
;
Two Hundred (0160), Two Hundredfiftyone Lrfite 4 and 6. Block B, Mabbette In As Deputy ClerkJohnston notlni-d and required to present any
Hundred" (261)fifty Two Hundred llfty- Klsslmmee City. : A Garrett 16-81 claims and demands which you. oreither : J
fifty-three I.ots 1 and 8. Block B. James" Lee I As Counsel for ('omplainant.AItiINJCI of you may have against the When
Two Hundred
two 262). fifty-four (264)\ ,. Addition. In Klsslmnvee City ._____ estnto of Jacob Wheeler, deceased, lateof ,
(263), Two Hundred all and singular the tenements i ,
Two Hundred fifty-five ((165), Two together with ATOM'S NOTICE Osceola Countv Florida, to the un .
Hundred fifty-eight (258). Two Hundred hereditaments and appurtenances -I TO SELL IIHSAL. ESTATE dersigned. Executor of said estate
to the belonging or In anywise within two
4 (269). Two Hundred same years from the date hereof.

sixty flfty-nlne(260), Two Hundred .I"tf-on. The appertaining said real estate levied upon and .. Court ..tt... OoMty Judge, Stale Dated March R.3rd.T. A.BUTLER.D 1916. a'
.. '
Hundred .
Two ) Oaeeola Coaaly.la
(261). said of Florida.
be of the
sold the
(Jill). Two to as property ll-9t Executor. ..
Two Hundred sixty-three
W. Thurmnn. defendant to satisfy -
(2t4. Two Hunlren Harry Romela O Beach, 0.ceased. .-
Hundred sixty-four said fl fa and costs re Estate of '
TwoHundred *r .
< eighty-one (181). U II. INGRA P' ORDER OF BOARD OF COUNT Ask
elirhty-two. (282), Two Hundredeightythree Sheriff Osceola County. Florida. Notice Is hereby given to all whom OMMIV1IONKHH$ Of Oflt'KOLA! K EH
(283). Two Hundred C. R. LAYTON. It may concern that A'wri? Drought OIINTY.. FLORIDA. ON HPKCIAI
elKhty-four" (284)), Two Hundred" Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-51 as Administrator with annexedof ROAD AND. BRIDGE ItlSTHIC We'make .
eighty-five (285), Two HundredHundred I the Estate of Romain C. Beach deceased NO. 2.
elKhty-slx Two will, on the 28th day of April '
elKhty-seven I "tVA Two Hundred NOTICE TO CREDITORS* A. I). 111*, apply to the Honorable TM : O. K. I'I.A. .
iihty- eight (2.8). Two Hundred ""' Murphy, County Judge" In and for Klsslmmee. Florida.
ninety ( '0) Two Hundred ninety-one IN COURT Of Tii'i COUNTY, JITDOR said County at his office In Klsslmmee April 18th.mA..tf. 191*;
1291). Two Hundred ninety-two (f'3), STATE OK FLORIDA. OSCBOLAC4HJHT1T. In said County at 1O clock am Whereas the returns ; electl -
Two n held on the 16th day of April. A. E.
Two Hundred ninety-three (j$3), ., or as soon thereafter .. the matter .
Hundred ninety-four (1 4), wo Hundred be heard for authority to sell, O. I'll, within the district hereinafter :
ninety-five <2.6). Two Hundred at P"a.b I or private sale the following described have this day been canvaas- '
,. re Kataf o* So W. Bass.To
ed br the Board of
thirteen County Coinmisaioners
-
ninety-six Uti. Three Hundred described real estate In said County
all Creditors omotoou, UU rl Btees
of Oaceola .
(313),' Three Hundred fourteensl4) and all frwmmmm .....* CI.... or I>omimmOM > Count7.O.orld. at i'0
a special of such
meeting Board called
( .' Throe Hundred afteen 4,511),. mffmlmmt' said Katatc-l "loots'Nine (t). Ten (10). Eleven (11);
Three' Hundred slxtee (11.. You. and each of. you, are hereby and Twelve (11).' In Block Two Hundred Whereas for that purpose and .
Hun. the Board of County Commissioners
Hundred seventeen (SIT). Three notified' and required to present any and seventeen" liT) In the Town '
(Sit). Three Hundred Florlds. have found that a majorityof .
deed eighteen claims and demands which you. or of Kt. Cloud. .
the votes cast at said election
nineteen (11.) Three Hundred" twen Which will be based were
either of you may have against the ). "
"prllcauon' In favor of creating
such District
Intoa
twentycthree "
ty-two ((111). Three Hundred twenty "estate of Z. W. Rasa, deceased late ofOaceola upon the suck sale now Special Road and Bridge District M. .. el a
(HI) Three Hundred file In said Court.Dat..d .
the under.signed on
County.
e
four (IU). Three Hundred twentyfivece4$11) JI'1orld"l said estate.within ISth March A. I>. lilt. and Issuing bonds In the sum of 1160000 "'. .'.
twentysixMMIII .oe for the construction of, roadsand .
Three Hundred from A. B. DROUGHT 'a
.
two the date hereof.
). Three! Hundred Hundred twenty-seven twenty.ellfht '.Dated! March years Snd. A. D. 1'14.tHENRiKTTA Administrator with Will Annexed.15St : bridges In said"In petition.said District aa described .,Real, ( "

(ait 117.). Three Three Hundred fort -ft". (141). Admln..tratl'I"JlfO'l'lCIII' BA88. Now, therefore be It ordered by the %.....

Jhree Hundred forty-six fS4t),' hree ll.lt ,, I. Clmlt C_.... State of Florida Board that the following described Realty '
Hundred forty-seven.t47). Three .Soveata ........1 Clremit. OaeselaCooaty. territory, to-wlt: Beginning at the ; ,
Three Hun Southeast corner of Township Twen ,
Hundred (14'). la CkaMery. .
Or ADMINIBTRATOItroR Houses
-eI..... -Cort tort.lfbt.). :Three Hundred riMAL macuAMOBla ty-eight (II) South Range Thirty. '

fifty (S6(). Three Hundred I'ty-five Charles .. Case Cee .lal aa*, four ('4) East and running thence Taxes .... a
(III), Threw Hundred fiftylizhree ){**}. Co.rt ot Cnaty .....*. a.... .fFl.rgs. V. West along the Township line dividing" .
Hundred "r-seven iST)' Oaeoote V_.,.. ....... B. Case< Der....... Townships Twenty-eight (II) and for BOB..
Three Hundred tlfty-eljrht (UI), Three Twenty-nine (If) to the Southwest j

Han.reca Sftv.nine (In Hundr.d Three Hun.elr"d .. .. re Katate .. -. ... KooaoaderfortNotloe It p lnll'fedb7In' affidavit appendedto corner of Township Twenty-eight. (U) fire. I -vi V '
coyntysevefl South Range
( 'O). Three (33) Eastthence ;
sixty Is hereby' 1vento all whomIt the bill the abovestatedcause al.tlbwran ,
.. (ITT). Three Hundred ccventyeight may concern, thai[; on the Stth day that Fannie E. Case the defendant North line dividing .i sunset.
(31 I). Three Hundr.dy. of August. A, D. m I shall apply to therein named la a nonresident ol Ranges" Thirty-one (It) and I : l.deau
Hundred ol.-bty Thirty-two (II). to the line
-entv-nine (17.. Three SI the Honorable '1'. M. Murphy, Judge: of the State of Florida. and la a resident Township
,
(110). Three Hundred eighty-one said Court. as Judge of Probate, for of the United States, and la over the dividing Townships Twenty-seven (17)
Three Hundred eighty-nine Jl 8. final discharge aa Administratrix, age of ; It Is therefore and Twenty-eight (U) ; thence West t . .. ... '
'Three Hundred ninety ( t.0ninetyone my with will annexed, of the estate of ordered tlhre.lt nonresident defendant along said Townshlo line to the W..t.ern 't';

Three Hundred Ill John Kochenderfer. deceased: and that be and Is hereby required to boundary of Commissioner's District ,
Three Hundred nlnetyrtwo ''I'!.. I will to said to the bill of complaint filed In Number Three ((1). the same be
Three Hundred ninety-three I *!?{. at the same time present appear the ing the canal connecting Lake Cypressand .. . . .
.4) Court my final accounts aa Administratrix said cause on or before Monday,
---hre. Hundred ninety-four 11 otherwisetho Lake Tohopekallga' ; thence alongsaid
1911.
A. D.
with will annexed of said estate l th day of May "
Three HundredHundred ninety-five ((196). allegations of said bill will betaken canal to a point where It connectswith ? >
for their
and ask approval
Three ninety-six" (.Ms), said defendant.It Lake Tohopekallga" ; thence : i
Dated February 18th. A. D. 111*. aa confessed" by
Four Hundred five (406), Four Hun- MARGARET' fa. KOCHENDKRFER.Administratrix I. further ordered that this order around said lake. following; the West c. w. j >(
Hundred seven" boundary of Commissioner's ; ;
.d..d six (40'), Four with Will Annexed. be published once a week for eight ern District :
((408)). Four Number Three I the
(407) Four Hundred eight CRAWFORD & JARRELU consecutive weeks" In the KI..lmmeeal ( ). to point
'Hundred nine (40.. Four Hundred ten publishedIn where the Lake Tohoper' 8TBBD
(410), Four Hundred el.v.n411). Attorneys for Administratrix.I.loam'moNOT.C'E In said Oasette.County and a newspaper State. kallga dcatjot..:;:: Tohopekallgaconnects : -

Four hundred twelve" (412)). Four March 29th. 111111. with Lake Tohopekallga." ". ;
Hundred twenty-two (422), Four Hundred J. L. OVERSTRKET.Ct thence along said canal to East LakeTohopefcallga I ; a
twenty-three (421)). Four Hundred ( Cu-Sw) Clerk Circuit Court.O'IIRYAN ; thence diagonallyacross '
twenty-four (424), Four Hundredtwentyfive A T'LEDOEIl. East Lake Tohonekallga. following 4
(426) Four Hundred Iw n- To : CeareratNotice Solicitors for Complainant. 16-" Commissioner's District Number I G. SI
ty six (4111), Four Hundred twentv- I -I.It.y: given that on the8th Three (3). or the western bound \s tlrea
seven (427). Four Hundred twenty- 1916. we shall' apply ary thereof to the Range line dividing -
eight (428). Four Hundred thirty- by ,M.rA"tTil to the HonorableJns NOTICE Or. IMTB.ITIOW TO APPLYTO Ranges" Thlrtv (30) and Thirty-
'seven (417). 'Four Hundred thirty- W Perkins, Judge of the 7th Judicial lifE (.()4.MTVKOH 4oMttisaIoKi1M" one (al) : thence North on said Range Free
eight" (43$). Four Hundred thirty-nine Circuit In and for Osceola County 011' IeNo1'u: ('tL' WTI. II'I.OH'U 4. line to County Line the same being Bldg. -
(418). Four Hundred forty 440)( ). Four Florida to adopt Walter Shallcross, I..R"ION, TO KHTAHI.INK the Township tine between Townships /
Hundred forty-one (441)). Four Hundred : a male child a 14. AM) oPERATE A T< I.I. II HI IK...:. Twenty-four (24) and TwentyAvetb .
forty-two H2). Four Hundred Trr.RmRR; ) thence west along said ,

flfty-five (466) Four Hundred fifty lt-4tpd MAUDE B. MORRIS Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Township line" to the Northwest
Hundred fifty-eight I '..
-seven" (467). Four will apply V the Board of corner of Township Twenty-flve
"
(4(8), Four Hundred fifty-nine (459. Commissioners of IJeHnto) I2S) South Range Twenty-seven (27) GarretS .
Four Hundred sixty (460), Four NOTICE 4)K. AI> 1IM''TH.*T >ll County County. Florida. on Wednesday. the East: thence South along" the Hanaro '
(4119), Four Hundred Foil FINAL UIOLIIAIIGB line Twentv-alr (2A 4
Hundred sixty-nine ( Ird day of Slay, 1818 for a franchise dividing Ranges ( )
seventy" (470). Four Hundred constrict and operate atoll and Twenty-seven" (271 to the Wotifhw .
Hundred sevntytwo IN rot HT OF Tim COUNTV. .MTIX.K., to establish .
Four
*..v.nty.on.(11)( the Klslmmee Riverat t corner of Township Twenty-* :
Hundred eighty- STATH Of KI.. .olun... O8CKOI.ACOVNTV. bridge across : .
(472). Four !) Fort Bassenger where the public (25) South. Range Twenty-seven (27) :1
nine ((489), Four Hundred ninety" ((90). the said Klsslmmea East; thence East to the Southeast Bank
Four Hundred ninety-one" (491). Four .. re Estate of Itoalella r....... roads now which crosses the said Rivers corner of Township Twenty(2" "
River at point
Hundred ninety-two Five Hundred Notice hereby given all whom South. flange Twenty-seven (27) East' ;
: h"'tc and approximatelyIS
U.ll' In width
o-c" 170 feet
one (601) .. two I It.may "' that on 10th day ofSeptember. thence Southeasterly. following the.Cojinty : .: l
nOI), Five Hundred" three" <601>, and A. h 191, I shall apply to feet In depth.WITNESS hand this the Ird day line, to the Southwest. cornerof
Five Hundred four '(J04) of Section' the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of my Township Twenty-seven" (27) H*>uthRange .
111111.
: 'Thlrty-thr (55). In Township Twen- said Court a. Judge\ of Probate for my of April, A. D.W. a. PEARCE Twenty-nine (29) East, thence

ty-flve (Ii). 8. Range; Thtrh} (IOb E.J I I final discharge a. Administrator of the 1S-U Applicant.CITATION East along the Township line dividing {
accordingLAND to the dat fc ifrl'Nf.8 state of Roslella Pearson deceased, Townships Twenty-seven ((27) and
a irJVK. T itiw and that at the same time I will present "- Twenty-eight, to Lake Cvpr.....;
(Incorporated sub-division of aaldaectlons to said Court my final accounts OK AUMIMSTHATMCX thence Southeasterly following the
four (4) and Thl'tyihr a. Administrator said estate, and Western and Southern boundaries of ;
(31). filed In the office l of the Clerk: ask for their aproval la C..rt of ho Coaaty .J...... Blateof Osceola County to the point where the i
of the Ciwu4t. Coutt In and for said Dated March 8th, A: I). 11116. KlerWa.. Oaerela t..ly.EsOste County line connects with the liar,. It
Osceola County In plat book B. on A E. DROUGHT. Line bet-ween Ranres Thirty-four ((24t "'

page 81Terms. 11-oamtjno. Administrator. HrEHJ.tmG'om": ". and Thlrtv-five (35) thence North
of sale cash .. BT COURT along said Range line to the point of
r'. Dated March 11. Ill*, at Klsslmmee! Whereas. John 8 Cadel. has appliedto beginning. : said description being t tfj
Fla. -. ADMINISTRATION CITATION this Court for Lehtters of AdminIstration meant to Include all of Commissioner's
-V AV. :J STEED with will annexed on the Districts- Numbered One (1). Two (I). Aft.'i"
Special Master In Chancery.'Crawford la C..rt of the ( ..sIy Jadae. State ofFlorida estate of Harry W. Thurm.nr deceased.. Four (4) and Five (II) as now recorded -
Oaeoola CeusIy.EstatS I late of said County &! In the office of the Clerk of the '.
tt Jarrell.Solicitors I
These therefore, to cite and admonish -
for Cotnnlalnant. lf-41 are Circuit Court In and for Osceola County -
I of !>.1-nraaaaa.HY : all and ':.fJ'I'i'.e.dklrodrt: ; : Florida; be and Is hereby constituted '
THB JIJLMJK OK SAID and creditors of Special Road and BHdge District
Y6OTICFI'OF ADMIN ISTRATOH"Fer i Whereas, Jackie Ann 'a ouRt.. and appear" before this Court on or before Number Two (2). JTarrell
( MMI |>.....1'1II.) I applied to this Court for letters of the nth day of May A. D, 116 Done and ordered In open Board this
'"Cdjnlnlstratlon on the estate of Dalma and Die objections" If any they have the 18th day of A"..II. A. 1'). 11*. '
.. C .'"* ef'' .:;;;; Judas., hate .( JrsKam. deceased. late of said Countyof to the'granting of Letters ot Admlnls.ratlon A. F BASS .as Chairman. ,
.., ....rI... Oe..l. () .ay. (*ceola; with will annexed on said Attest: :
l' Tnoso are. therefore to cite and admonish estate, otherwise the samer will be J. L! OVER8TREET Cleric 19-lt
". ... TO Estate .( Bkadriek K. C....,..- alt and singular the, kindred granted to said John 8. Cadet or to .i
Notice, Is all whom and creditors of said deceased to be tome other nt person or'persons.Witness
it may ,blbltIV-:.. 20th day and appear before" this Court on or ray name as County Judge: TIlE USE OF MONEY F
I ,. .of October..concern A. D. UII. I .haIlapplyr' before the lth day jof May, A.- D. of the County aforesaid this tho 11th To DriVa Out 4
'to the Honorable T. M. Murphy. ..Iudlf.,1 1116. and file obj ctlns.. If any they day of Apru.A.] D. 111*. Florida \
". said Coart. .. Judge 01 Probat. for have, to the granting" of letters of SEAL) T., M. .MOBPHT. Take the
.- ... Administratorf Administration on said other- ,1-ft ,. County Judge..st. :
: ..-- final discharge a. oatate. .. Gibba-."So you mend your wife ,to
the estate o' fihadriok"It. Chandler, rise the same will be granted to said TASTBLBSa '

deceased:! and that at the same time I Jackie Ann .Graham or, to some; other .. J9hna county will erect an or- the moantahiii for three) rnohthi every : wbat yos ara :
to said Court my final ae.corunts at person or person
.will. present aa Administrator of said estate, Witness ))my name. aa'County.'Judge lamental arch where the main highway nmmer. It'. great to have money." Miatad on '

-and Dated ask April for their*rd.$A.PProTl-t.t-D. UI.. el lay the of April.County.A aforesaid. D. 1114. *.this..' the- 14th eaten that county:.on tha:'road Bbb( -..:.nr... moM,. U certainly:a j QuInine The Qalntae and ..:. ..

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pttaMfAKN, ANNOUNCEMENTS
) DO"YOU KNOW tllAV * STORES" CLOSE POLITICAL

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r WIKSIMMEE'ON! STATElTINERARY( YtfifDIATORLAt. Walking is the best--exercise: *.* * * *'* *.* * * * I

STATE' SILNATOR'l; :
-and the cheapest FOR FOR' {
"* We'the undersigned merchants ofKlssimmee SUPER: a
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f# ,
: ---- hereby to close our OF REGISTRATION "'
,. &! of the
: ". C CANDIDATES WITH THE EXCEPTION OF PERRY O.: The United State PubUe* places of business Thursday at 12 To the Citizens and Voters

'.i WALL* TOGETHER WITH CANDIDATES 'FOR;RAILROAD COM. Health? Service, administer, ty- o'clock, being the first Thursday ,I am a candidate for the office of Nineteenth Senatorial Distrl II
., t| MISSIONER AND COMPTROLLER;ADDRESS VOTERS OF OSCE- ph&td vaccine gratis to Federate in May the last Thursday Supervisor of Registration for Osce I hereby, arthounce myself a candidate .
in September inclusive i ola County and will appreciate your office' of ,
the
to
VISITSST re-election
BRYAN ALSO for
ONE CASINO ,
-
OLA ,COUNTY' 'AT GRAY' : employees t The Family #Store: vote and support in the, Democratic I '' from the Nineteenth
? State' Senator
,
CLOUD. > ----i Primary! June 6th: "
"M., Katz KATZ. of Florida Comprising -
4 A little cough !. frequently.. EDGAR D Senatorial District .
s "* --- 4 the warning signal of tubercu- G. W. Persons.Co. "I\ I the counties of Orange, Seml-

1tTe''first campaign meeting of the, audience. with his. honesty and sin losls. "F. II. Lawson' CWenner8.aw.er' .- FOR SHERIFF -I nole,, and Osceola, subject to the action

under the supervision of theM cerity'and left them convinced that 4 . N.: L. Rogero '- of the'Democratic Primary to be -
year --
i State Executive, Committee on the he had 'an important part in shapingthe Bad teeth and bad tonsils may Co., To the People of Osceola County: II held Ju'ne6t.h.. ,

r, itinerary, recently arranged was held i most important constructive' legislation be the cause, of rheumatism T Smith's Shoe Store I hereby announce that I am a can ofSheriffkof As "you no doubt are aware, a Constitutional ;
didate for re-election to the office '
Cole J Co. will be submitted .
Jewelry
''in Kissimmee at the Graystone Casino of nation-wide interest. ---. amendment y' r
last Friday. This itinerary In. He closed by saying: "that In thistrying Unpasturized milk frequently The Quality Store, Inc. Osceola County subject to to the voters at the next general p:
1 The Story Store the action of the f Democratic party-at II Senator
for
eluded the candidates for United hour the people all over the disease election; providing a
\ spreads H.: C. Stanford Co. the ensuing ,primary. My record is \
States ..senator Railroad. Commission country, regardless of"party affiliation J. II. Redditt andI from each county and if the amendment
before the of this '
er and Comptroller.The should sympathize with the president i 4 The air-tight dwellingleads Mattie Bandy people county be adopted, my term of office; i
invite the most'searchlng investigation'of "
direction his efforts toward keeping the L. L. Taylor will expire April, 1 1.)9. r"In
next meeting under the in. but to grave? ,
chosen I i'
,of the State Committee wiIJ r beheld peace but should necessity arise, ev- -..:1 A.II. Brady S. Gilbert I.to use the it. same If again diligence for the promise conservation view of the above, if honored by be 0= k

L I here on May 27 at 10 a. m. This ery man should fly to the defense of Moderation in all things prolongs Lena Lord of the law and order in the re-election, should the amendment

will Include the candidates for governor the flag." life" ,I Osceola Hardware Co. future as I "have used in the past. rejected, I shall not be a candidateto
"
.. superintendent of, public in- At the close of his speech Senator == .. Thanking you for your .confidence in su ceed myself.
DONEGAN.
s of slate state with beautiful The careless.ntpitter is ARTHUR E. ;
.(tractionsecretary I Bryan was presented a pub- Whenever You Need a Oatteral Turk the past and earnestly solicit your "
treasurer and all other offices not Included bouquets of flower from the Bryan lie danger? Take .Grove' support in the coming primary Sin* FOR REPRESENTATIVETo

in the other, itinerary. Senatorial Club, the United Daughters The! Old Standard Grove's TasteleM cerely yours, L: H. INGRAM. the Democratic voters of Osceola
Upon the arrival of the candidates of the Confederacy and the Kisslmmee 40440444444444444 chill Tonio la equally valuable aa a i
a cordial welcome The flowers General Tonic because it conUln the County: ,
given
they were Woman's CJub. --- FOR TAX COLLECTOR
:
well known!tonic properties QUININB I hereby announce my candidacy as
k by the Kissimmee crowd and a. num- were carried by the senator's nephew, A sort of knitted stockinet called and IRON. It acts on the User, Drivesout i ----'- representative in the next Legislature -

ber of selection were played by the Jack Simpson, of this city. tweed is a delightfully! elastic materIal Malaria Krricbea. the Blood and I I hereby announce my candidacy front Osceola county, subject to '. .
Kissimmee band previous Jbo the Ex-Gov. Gilchrist and Gov. Tram- for ,golf ing euits.. Builds up the W ole 8,..... 90! cent for the office of Tax Collector of Os- the will of the Democratic voters in t

peaking. mell 1 both spoke for the allotted time ceola county subject to.he Demo- the June primary. :
Promptly'' at10 o'clock lion. H. I cratic of Jude 6th. I be- '
and humorous allusions and personalities Primary Having served one term In the 'i'

Clay Stanford called the meeting to were frequent which seemed to Cuccix C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pres. J. L Barber Sec'y.lrea lieve that I am fully competent to fill Legislature I feel that, if elected to

order and.introduced Senator Bryan. arouse some feeling. Both received this office to the satisfaction of the serve again, I will be better fitted to +

As he arose to speak the audience hearty applause at the conclusion of taxpayers and promise, if honored by consider the various measures that .. '

tendered him an enthusiastic ovation.Mr. their speeches.The your ballots, to give my best attention come before the Legislative Body. I '

Bryan spoke at. length upon the itinerary did not include St. and ability to fulfilling the duties I will appreciate your support, and .'

important issue of he day: statinghis Cloud but the friends ef Senator Bryan incumbent upon me.I It chosen to fill the position will serve

facts in a clear, concise mann-r had especially invited him to visit will appreciate your support and to the best of my ability.N. .

and avoided all personalities. lie that city, so he hurriedly left the I Vote. C. BRYAN.

said, in part "that no more important meeting at Kissimmee, went to St. Bryan Realty CompanyOffices GURDON II. CLARK. '

duty falls to a people than the Cloud and was met by a splendid audience FOR SHERIFF
FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
election of the men who represent one of the best of the cam- on Broadway, Kissimmee, "'
them and that the men thus chosen paign. I am a candidate for the office of
i should rise above personal preferencein lie spoke for over an hour. St. Opposite Graystone Motel hereby anounce my candidacy for Sheriff of Osceola County and will
re-election to the office of
duty to the people they represent," Cloud is largely made up of veterans County appreciate your support in the Pri- .
Judge to the action of the
, and he stated that it was of the utmost of the Federal army and they seemed subject mary election to be held June 6th. t

importance to the people of Osj tremendously impressed with the sen- v Democratic Primary of June 6th, If elected to this office, I pledge 'j
1916. T. M. MURPHY.
: I ceola county to make an intelligent ator's frankness and ability and my honest endeavor to enforce the '

choice. many assured him that his positionon Orange Groves, Timber I ands We Pay Taxes for Nonmiidents FOR TAX COLLECTOR laws with impartiality apd to devote

1 He said that Florida has always important questions fully met Cattle Ranches, Country and and Act .* Owner's my entire time to the duties incumbent -
,
f" l given her senators a second term and their approval and support.The I City Property Agents for Rental Property.C To the people of .Osceola County: upon the office.' '

asked the usual privilege for himself candidates for railroad com- I J In announcing my candidacy for CLAY JOHNSON, JR. ,

unless some reason could be found missioner, A. S. Wells, Royal C. Dunn re-election to the office of Tax Collector
FOR SHERm-
for a deviation from the rule. I and B. J. Ford, were introduced in : A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN Secretary. for Osceola County, I desire to

A In regard to,the platform preparedby the order mentioned and followingthem state that if elected, I promise to 1t

a number of the candidates came A. J. Angle, candidate for give the same personal supervisionto I hereby announce my candidacy \

1' ator'Bryan said: "A man should sen-I comptroller. Though there are four The Waters & Carson the office' as I have done hereto- for the office' of Sheriff df) Osceola

ho individual platform to best serve candidates for this office' Mr. Angleis fore. My'record in office speaks for county, subject to the Democratic "" . ;

this great republic. There are just I the only one who appeared beforea itself. C. L. BANDY. Primary. If I am honored by the" :

as good men in all the parties. Human Kissimmee audience. Senator Wells voters of this county, I promise to t

nature is pretty much the same also had made a previous appearancein Grocery Company FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER devote all of my time and energy to .,

everywhere and when the representatives | Kissimmee, and had foundationupon To the Democratic voters of County -:. the duties of the office' and to enforceall '
Commissioners District No. 2: the laws of the state without :.
meet to settle the differences \ which he gave his short talk. partiality
? I hereby announce myself a candi and to the best of ability.L. .
of the great economical questions | Mr. Dunn, who is a member of the Wholesale and Retail Dealers heGROCERIES my '
they should not be hampered by some i railroad commission, devoted his timeto date to represent district No. 2 and. M. WHIDDEN. ., ;

530 different platforms but should I j telling what he as a member of solicit the support of the Democratic
1 I voters of that district.B. I FOR CONGRESS
meet as competent individuals to assert the commission had done to better

I'J,1' our rights, crystalize them into I 1 rate and traffic conditions and asked G. HANCOCK. I hereby announce njy candidacy I

laws which will best represent the individuals for re-election on the strength of his COUNTY JUDGE
for renomination as Representative
they represent." record. B. J. Ford, who is the latest ,
in Congress from the Fourth Congressional
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He mated that'"Instead of e&'platform entry;"in that' race, told of ;his experience 4oee.oee + * OOO '0o040 .OO0 *.,* "+''* *.* *J We are authorized to announce District of Florida. subject f u

of.promises he would point to a as a railroad man, having 0 O WE " '"IH', '' James W. Lilly as a candidate',for to the action of the Democratic Prit ,;
record of performance," and continued / been in the practical end of this work 0 . WE SELL BUY& '
<.' "'r County Judge, subject to the actionof to be held June 8 1111. I '
,, + ," '; ,;. mary on ,
his address, fully impressing the ,for a number of years. ..... ."? \'.,'"'t',.. "ho',$4>.' ,.... ." ...., I'J."DIDES the Democratic i
'., "'",-. ?' -trt! f ff ewe /", ..' HAY .f*.*p/' ; ." 1"WpSJH. | $*|{ .r'\( ' ," primary to. be held shall make as active a campaign .. Ct '.
k .' + .. June 6, 1916. the duties of my office will permit. r
',. .
0 GRAIN .
; f) .0 + eeo0400. .. + 0004ee + are yet needing more united effortin FURS FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I appreciate to the fullest extent .1

.. 4 this work both here ald as a connecting 0 FERTILIZERS + the support rendered me during the 1

.+ CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 0 link with other state unions. ." e WOOL . 'At the solicitation of friends''9"-I. f"at"l' hUry. and I ,sincerely trust
0 SHINGLES + my conduct has been such to merit "
as
+ 0000 The Sunshine has '
part gone on 4 AND hereby announce myself a candidatefor "j'"j'my '
I + .. + 4040040404404d smoothly and we hope has broughtsome ORANGE BOXES 0 County Commissioner from District a continuation of same.

rays of heart-warmth, though II' 4 ALL No. 5. If elected I pledge myself W. J. SEARS.

d Then are several divisions of such: things can never be reckoned in..' e. ORANGE WRAPS. *. 0e COUNTRY to faithfully discharge the dutiesof FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI :J.+

work Junior, Quiet Hour, Seventh a statistical way. "God knows, and e VEGETABLE CRATES + the office. J. H. WALKER. '; .,"i

Legion and others, in our state union, that's enough." Messages for sympathy 0 fRODUCB hereby announce my. candidacy .!

N and most of 'them have for' each one ; and more in congratulationshave 4 CRATE NAILS 0 FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT for re-election as a member of the ,fo

faithful superintendent at the helm.: been sent. Letters of "gettingacquainted" 4 : :
a societies 04000 004 044000 * * * * * * Standing upon my record duringthe County School Board from District i :s
and
For the year now ending, as past to new ; No. 2. I have given my best effortsto !

I sea' "Secretary Grace" has cared for several C. E. topic "proxy-kind" .of We sell field and garden seedi of all kinds. the past Democratic term, I voters wish to of announce Osceola to the duties of this position duringthe .. 11'

three. Press, Sunshine and Introduc- messages sent weekly. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. to present term and earnestly solicit 0(
county candidacy succeed
This convention held in DeLand my my-
'tion. Almost all her time andStrength the of
Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. eWe support the Democratic voters
self in the office of
County Superin.
't have been given gladly. April 20-23rd ends fifteen years of Ask for circular and in the'coming primary. I
s are county agents fur good fertilizer u* prior tendent of Public Instruction. If pledge my-
such service. That seems a good you
aided and the de-
Loyal friends have fertilizers. self to continued conscientious service
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while, doesn't it? on believe that record to be a good one, i'1
; partments are now in better condition if again honored by your ballots. "
I will
appreciate vote and
than before. Grace A. Townsend. your support
j ever WALTER BRONSON
at the primary, June 6th. "II'
1 Not counting many duplicates, LATIN BECOMES POPULAR ::':,J:',:::::: C. j;:. YOWELL.FOR e t
1337 letters 258 cards and 289 packages i STATE COMPTROLLER

,t have been mailed from Inter- There is a high school in California r: a CLERKOF. COURT

: li !lachen. Five kinds of circular letters which has a Roman room built and *
To the Democratic voters of Osceola
and ten Burglars
ry, were made on mimeograph, furnished for the benefit of the students -
kinds of various smaller messages, County:
;, taking the classical course. ,
n, like Easter greetings, those for birthdays Are Active Thanking you. for your kind support +
Here is the spirit of the by-gone civi- jfft tv.
1 ? in the past, I hereby announce
Introduction department
the
lization, and the surroundings of a
myself as a candidate for reelectionto
has thus savedprinter'
? etc. The mimeograph home in the time of the Caesars. "file s
job work bills. Five weeks furniture and decorations are copied At this time of year burglars are ,,,,,, 1 1 the office of Clerk of the Circuit myR. ,
,.,
Court of Osceola
conventions L. County at the Democratic -
were spent attending from antique models. Here is an attest quite active. p" 0 t'r
?q etc., and the shadow of unusualy sever with the household gods. Once primary, June) 6th, J916,. and
illness was cast over two winter It is advisable to have your valuables I earnestly solicit your support. If re-
k each Roman is servedin
.
year a banquet 2 '
elected to the office I
but little of the beloved assure you thatI
months when this room, and the pupils partake protected against fire and theft.
service for Christian Endeavor could will give you the same faithful and
after the classic and
manner are In and Proof 6e impartial service that 1 have endeavored ,
Fire e
? a then be done. our Burglar
dressed in the robes of that day. This to give in the past.Very .
The Flordia secular papers have plan is doing much to popularize Vault, you can rent a Safe DepositBox } respectfully .., dpi
,
splendid editors. Without their help Latin with the students.
.for $3 and $4 per year. J. L. OVERS REET.
could not flourish
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? r the press department

_ I T until it is today one of the very .. FOR SHERIFF _
-- L best of any state union in the country

with no more societies than we have. BANKorKlSSIMMEE li I will be a candidate for the officeof

._ On an average excepting four ITIZENS Sheriff of Osceola county at the

'" timss no news could be prepared, primary in June, and solicit the sup

t there have been from U to 16 press .. BEST port of the Democro i >oters. If
articles sent weekly, and on our list j SUPERIOR SERVICE- COURTEOUS TREATMENT elected I will give my 'entire time and

of papers receiving such items are 29 Bl O JD attention to the duties of the office.'

here and the Christian Endeavor JAMES H. SMITH.
World. Splendid volunteer press reporters DIRECTORS: E. P. THAGARDof

and those officially chosen, MEDICINE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Marion County

a have sent news from many of our FOR RHEUMATISM ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON I hereby announce my candidacy c..tt1tt1.,. ,_ v" .
for prosecuting attorney of the County ;
'societies. .
fin* A. W. GUSTOS Court of Osceola STATE COMPTROLLER ;
department I F.W.HILL, J. L HILUARD County subject
;a For the.*,introduction' BOTTLE to the action of the Democratic primary ,. <*.M** -, r
SI" FULLPINT
l PRICE
4 bout thirty ;;{ ovat"Lhav; been of June 6. Democratic Primaries

''t taken 'care ot..ometlm; one taking , '- itfiirtftiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiffiiiiifflmTi.::::::' W: 1111":::::!** *** W. B. CRAWFORD. ,s
'several.,letter* cent from Interlachen. '- '1-' I ry>.rt Will $. Appr..clat.J' .

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FRIDAY APRIL ZS,1916.i .. 'THE KISSIMfcEE: VALLEY GAZETTE 'PACE *


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A.I"- Bass and 'carried. acxsed- that J C Orllt n. work on' rd. grader 20.4 General Fund ,4, -,..-..-.H {".'. to; the beard they adjourned"to meet'
Proceedings the Mr. Ram_,. b. Instructed To. retain. H L Lesley corns spec, ..mlr.4.00 Fine 4k. Forfeiture "._ i....''..... ,8S.S alp In regular session session on' Ute ,
IMFEHASENHRELYRECOeED" said amount. R V JLanl.r. ml ire a M.v 1.0. County School ,_._._;.._.....&1 80.1S Ifth; day of D. 1911. to. can*
Notarjt bond 'of 'A. W. Oustus 'with R V Tinier, A miff 8 U 5.0.. Qenl. Road .._.R.._...... ...... vase the return IIot'th bond lectla
Jobs M.. .... and D. (]. .wagner.as sueetl.e A F Bass com fi Iare, K Mlii S.OO 1'ubllolty ..,_... U*.7' held April 16th. A.. D. 1011, aa,- transact '
Commissioners was examined Sad approved, Touha--Tlnalljcom; A min 8 M 11.00 hard Surface Jtoa4'JtZIIJ. __... ioos.it such other business Re might.
County also Molarybopd of .terry .J, D.Frehn Kiss. Tel. Co.i phoi> rent'.p, (.00 8 H' D No. 1.S' .........."............_...: io.80 com before ,thorn -
with the Fidelity and.Deposlt. Com- Kiss Gun Club dOlatlon100.00 H' U No, I _______.._ ._.. 10S.S7 H. L. LEIILI! )Chairman..
\' pany.of. Maryland aa sureties. W W Partln. road work ______ '.15 881) No.. I ___ ___.....,..___ .6.... Attastt-Jt., ; L> Over.treet. CUrlu
." KlMlminae.: Fla. April' 1 1811. Oseeold Pharm. drugs prlsnrs '1.10 II'! 8 D Ho. "4 -*,__.;__--......--.. 148.15
.' The Board of County Commlssloneri, Coat bill' I In the case of State vs. E lii.Kalrbanks frt on trees I> F- t. tBt 8 H U' No,1' < __-_.... ._. 10'.T7 If cough' all night get 'no'
In and for Osc.ola Robert L. Miller and sheriff's feed bill Cloud Tribune, advertising s. s D No. 0 _._:::..._;c::_....:: taO.1I1: you ,I you
Florida
..,' ......- met on the above data County there belnc of an.f prisoners ordered paid.were. .xamlned. approvedan and Job maintenance..._ 1J8.48 rest,' nor does anyone else in. the

raant B. JU'LJwiUy. chairman: .V HEADACHE DISAPPEARED U' R. Farmer presented an Item. Pla Hathaway, _. 6.00Paid'warrants Total '2601S.8S houBa. Keep within retch a bottle of
.... : .
..I' A. K' B& foung.Tindall. 'W Ised bill of the cost of working' the w..re'o..de..d cancel The Tax-Collector--License;; report
W. Wralklycomml.eloner.; John 8 AFTER USING FIRST convlt road crew per per month led from the various funds aafollows. ; showed. the following amounts collected BALLARD'S HOREHOUND. SYRUP
''C.d..ttodney for the board and J which amounted to $1572,. Including General "' --d-------------- 17.0.11. :; for general license. (47.00; auto
l r,. Jver.lr..t. clerk and auditor. BOTTLE OF I( amount paid to the state- Road Fund ?.,?_. 218.S8 license $111.00. It U then ealY'to stop, the 'tlelillnc'which 4.
lh 'he board was called to order by the Affidavit of pUblication. of order ofoard Fine Forfeiture fund n.&OHa..d The tax Collector's poll tax reportshowed causes the cough) whenever It
chairman. and the minute of the reir.iila ANDES'Kidney '' of -count commissioners on /Hurf.: toad fund ,.Jl--84l87.l the following collector. 1186.
meeting of March l th.-)$110, wr Special Road and Bridge District No. 1- The'1 Treasurers report showed the Pension claim of Mrs. Vlana Mattlda i I appears Price) 25e. 50 and $1.00 per
read and approved. '" filed with proceedings of board. following balances hand 1st examined and approved. .
on ,April lx ttle. Sold Osceola Pharmacy.Os
Kev.: u. U. Uuy. came befora. the The following" bills were examined 1915; y.hr'i..I no further business b V. > 'by- .

board and presented a petition signed and Bladder Disorders approved and \ ' ______ _
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by.the citizens of Kenanavllle : n ,
and Lo- K Lj Le.leY, o ._X. ...00 +
koaea asking for a public road to be Yield to Its ..WonderfulInfluence R V Lanier come A mileage'6.00 rt
opened from K.man.vllle to Lokocee. A F Base comr: A mileage .00
alongnthe at .. outhllfor d ) Young Tlndall. commissioner.: 12.OO:
miles
It. R. toApoal. IW 1 F Walker commissioner. ,. 20.00J
\ after thence east 1 mil. lp ,okoeee.. E nAa., Janitor t.,?,__...?.., 60.00
and said p..tltlon-.. read In John Davla, suet P F' 110.0
open board Rev. Guy .plaln..d to the Hundreds"continue to flock ti:>> Cot. L H'Ingram. care of --r.--- 11.60 Such
board that the road was very. much ter's Drug Store dally to meet. Mr. T M Murphy lud... Juv. Ct.__ 12.60
x needed and Insisted that same b. Payne and t>ia asslstanti and to I..nmore T M Murphy. Judge Co. CL.. 28.00
opened at once If It waa possible a* I. H Farmer, capt. guards _.!_ 100.00O
-present time It was dry and of .AndN..th. medicine that baa W Ashton.--------- ,_. .. 76.00
ypuld not; be a difficult Job to grade. set all toi -ues wagging. In Tampa, and H B Evans: sal agr.: agt., __*_,_?. 86.011 tobaccoenjoyment
Matter paaaed to the afternoon ..... the surrounding. towns, Among therlliousnnds W IJ, Crawford pros, atty ____ 22.22 ,
sion W n Crawford conviction fees \ 20.00
that call every week Is a
A committee tonslstlna; of Fred M. John'H. Cad.... atty for board.. 20.84 .4 .-- -
of them themailer
''' numlx-r are from
'Re 1
Haaa. Edgar Kats. J. T BurkhalteV5nd J L, Over.lreet. cleric and adtr. '..00
9..'i.w> v..r.tr.et appeared he. town* an.! snUurbr.They' Samuel Montadoca, malnt..__. '.00 4
the board and asked them to do. toomo.to f>crt>onal1y express J It Owens, malnt. j.__ _.__ 10.00
fate 1100.00 to the Klsslmme. Oun heir iirntltud for the good result 8 M McClelland, _.:. 10.00 .
".tba'} : .of the Special Tubllclty Fund that Andes has given them. Among Mrs. I-eaoy Johns.m :It.t-.... 6.00:
some discussion of the mat R D Urlggera, malnt. 1000 .
the the week .. ,-------
throng was I Alonen
tar, upon ay'uolonTrd:: A. I'r: : condrd Henderson past Frank Evan., malnt. 6.00 as you never thought J ,r 'a
by i of Bench Mrs June Clements, ma-------- 11.00
the board agree: to make the donationand He slid: "I have vomi for one mare Will Lee, malnt _____..__..__. &.00 could be is yours to % ;
thelerk wan Instructed to drawa bottle of Andes'. I don't know as we Miss. Ada Lewis malnt. ..___. &.00
warrant. for said amount. really need It but Just feel like we T M Murphy cost In R L Miller command quick as
Mr. W. .
w Chandler appeared before case __,'i..___ 1.92
the board and stated that there was a should have It In our home, for It I> H Ingram: cost- In Miller case;; 61.00:
place on the public road between Kenansvlllo has done wonders for my wife who Ford delivery of ballot you buy some Prince
and Ilasslngcr In sawxrass has been a sufferer from kidney and boxes A.n..d election ......_ 10.00 '
marsh that needed a bridge across It bladder dlaotslerji for more than five J W TraceyInspector of election Albert and fire-up a
about J0.feel wide' and upon a motionof years., and about three days each And ret of ballot. box .. 8.60
A. seconded by R. V. Ijanler W R Nettles, Inspector _. 2.00 pipe or a home-made
'week she would. violent head-
cad carried, Comtnlssfonors W. F, have A W Crosby Inspector __ 2.00
Walker was authorized to take the nchcM and nothing she *yvi1d do would' Mike. Simmons, Inspector 2.4IO I
matter up with Mr. C. H. Armstrong relieve the pnll1>r. Her kidneys' and .. 2.00 cigarette
f.rd1 ;:'nrlnIft:: :: .n.I'inspector: ; -
and get the bridge built. bladder has been a source. of grertworry. t.:00
Mr. L* D. Frost and Dr. F. V. H. Jan K ConnInspector _.. 2.00
dull
She complained of
Pope: appeared before the board and heavy E E Livermore, Inspector _u_ 2.00 Prince Albert gives 1 'CW'Nl t
presented and read to the board sever- aching In the small of the back just C L Handy commissions. 11)2.20)
el.letters of '. ">naallon In behalf over the kidneys and sometimes .S L I-upfer. commissions_ 894.711 tobacco sat-
of Mei.ru. W'ylle and Reynolds as enidneers. nharn shooting. pains, and those pains J S Stratton phone rent P F__ 2.00 you every
Ur. Poiie Minted further that would extend down the 11mb. untilthey Klsslmmee W & L P. light. 2 isfaction smoke- ,
the people of b't. Cloud being satis-/ would have numb sensation.. mo. and water 3 mo _._ 66.22 your ,, t ; !
fled that Messrs. Wylle and Reynoldswere a Osceola Hd.... Co., supplies to ;stk
competent to handle the work on "Her circulation must. have been Ct. House and Jail ...36J. appetite ever hankered,
the Melbourne road asked that they poor and she. did' not have sufficient H Ingram, taking T n Jen- f' lk.tame
tie appointed as engineers on the amount of blood as her hands and feet nlnitrt, to. Reform School 44.63 for. That's becauseit's //ii I ? 'w.w a J. .route a ,
wo..k.Mr..
LJ H Ingram faed ot prisoners
were most always cold. She had noappetite

.\hr"Wm.. .l hoa.and H. Ki-mpfer stated appeared that Mr.before and what little she Old eat Mrs.March-----------------------Andrew Simmons. malnt. 14.60 made by a 1 patented the MTOTM Me '1 EL I

Oee W.haVol'N,ne had grading machine w.s not relinked. She lost In fleshnnd for .Inn.. Feb. and March __ 20.00 of this rail U. '
; .. county commissionerscould ; was In pretty had shape. When I J W process that cuts out utl:: :
use on tho Melbourne road If had her to begin the use. of Andes. John Balsden. offJn\v'h' t : 2gg e2I'.t....ned hlrI UI .
they desired whereupon the board expressed From the first bottle she. has Improved Robt DRSS. hire of mules to Co. bite and parch Prince Albert has always I 30th. 1907.;' which ,
their Ihnnkn to Mr. Keinpfer for 25 days __--- 87.60D .... ....1. tArn ...... .
for his kind offer. and Instructed; : : Mr. rnpMly. Those sick nervous headnrhen C nnldwln .....jj-on Rlllot been sold without or premiums.We ........ plp.a.wh0..1 _
.
Farmer" to Inventlicnte. the matter and disappeared after she hall used Fisher T \i-ltern n__..____ 8.76 coupons _. -' b.fw.l 1 / ...ieURHIMG MPt ANDf "
see If he could use the machine to any the first bottle, she has now used PTtwttles Lupfer work on to I f lOARCni,TOBACCO''i I
al\h'iJ'\ prefer give quality
udvantfiKC. anJ am sure. she In In R* ,I auto for L .-----. .,__ 27.15Hu..r.
Mr. H. II "'nrel l nnpenrcd before the Joe surveying for Co
board and presented n sample of the good conditionas she ever was In on Melbourne road u__.__ 70.00
trees thnt he wanted to del I the 'cooniv her life HilllardValker I shovels to fy
for shade trees to plant Menu side Her kidneys do not give her anymore county .. ---- --.-_ 6.75
the county road agreeing; to plant trouble. The. nitnetlte bas returned John Davie' care pauper n.n_ 12.60
trees and Rlinrnntee same to live for I and she In gaining In flesh evervilny Julln I. bass supplies In K O 13.1John (\ .
25 cents per tree; whereupon" the roibv, potatoes to U n 460 RINEE ALBERT
circulation 1 I" much Improvednn
lioRtd nulliorlied, Mr. K I.. Lesley totnke Her I Jim Shepard., barbering conv. 8.SO( ,
such action HB he deemed bent.' she does not complain of those Pan Urown.' guard .nn'n. 35.00
Mr, "'m. H. Kempfer again nnpenred cold numb sensations.. Her color Is Osreoln Hdw. <"0., sup H O _- 41.95 .
before the hoard and stated that good and she sleeps. well In fact she I. It Farmer frt on shoes u__ 1.41
there should he a bridge across Crab Ilobt Hass linulmK saw dust1000
considers that she has entirely recovered. -
lira UK creek and asked them. to InKlruct W & C Oro ('0.,, mule feed. n__ 24909Buckley the national joy smoke
We Andes to all of
Mr. Farmer to construct a praise & Morgan !hldK bridge 47.50
bridge across said creek while he was our friends and I consider that It la CoTlntrton Co.. convict stripes 48.00F (
working near there:; whereupon on my duty to let other men know that M Ed 1'1.. road wk Lokosea 15.75 has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it! a
motion of A. F. Has.. seconded. by have. sick. wives and need something. Powell Guy, road work _.u__ 6.25
Younir Tindall and carried. Mr. work _. 4.60 And that isn't either.
Farmer that will actually do them good, that Chas Padirett road n strange
was Instructed to construct bridge Richard" C Moore, road work__ 15.00M'
as per request.James they will find In Andes. a great Ionic n M klnson Co., nun to K O 69.41 r
M. Johnston appeared before ..nd reconstructive." W & C Oro Co, sun. H O n__ *4B fIB .Men who think they can't smoke a 'pipe or roll a cigarette -,
-tho' hoard and presented several petltlona II C Stanford shoos R O ____ 1.80 '
regarding the bond Issue, and Andes Prescription so highly recommended :Mm M K Rlvo-ans. .", n. R O.82.5R Bay Print Alhfrt vry-- can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince
nuked that be ..__ where tobacco it told in ,
they spread upon the M Kati. supplies to R O 1.00
minutes of the meeting_ to which the by I*. A. Jones, Hender John Crosby, chairman on Melbourne toppy red bag. Set tidy; red Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a tryout .

board agreed.Mr. aon Beach, Tampa is now on sale in road _?--.- 18.OOMm handsome
tin
lOcI pound
John H.. Cadel called the board's Li R Farmer, boarding certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment. '
attention to the fact that nothing defl- Kissimmee by the Corner Drug Store, John liRliran _n_ nnn___ 6.00 and half-pound tin hamldor -
nile had been done with regard. to the exclusive New Eden: Plant. Co syrup R n25.00 *-and-that corking fine coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply
the sale of bonds In II. H. agent.the > meat R O 8.00F
Special & U. Fair Piny Market to pound erytal-gla humidor
No. 1. Mr. U II. Frost and l>r. F. F. )M RilrlB, rep bridge at Blue Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story I
H. ?Pope being present suggested that Cvpress __. __n__ .__.::_n.__ fl.OA with 1fPOft..mo *'.,..r
the bonds he sold In $25,000.00 lots; T \V Chalker, 'aruard __n.___._ 86.00 lop that Ir.*".* th. tobacco
whereupon Mr. Cadel attorney for the board and asked them to explainto !S M Rovers guard ___ _--,_, 40.00 ill.uch clortrint-ajwoy/; R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Winston-Solera N. C.
board, advised them to have an accurate him just what they wanted also KI.... Lbr. Co. lumber _______ 21.IT ,
survey made of theroad andamclHcatlona stated that the bid made by A J K Gore, work on road ._____ ft.75 4
prepared before advertising Reynolds Included.all work 'Y.i"u .Tohnvl.ofton teams on Co. road '2.10I" i
for bids on bonds, to which the v.'lnroad. and preparing specifications. K 00 nlels. work on road ._ 18.25 ': .. -
committee from St. Cloud agreed Mr. Wrlle also stated that It W H Chandler, work on road 9.7i U GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your. rftI -L -1 1l'1fr'' i1ft-nI1tL 1J.d
.-' Mr, 1* K. Farmer being ''present would be necessary to make an accurate \\" \V Chandlerwork on road 18.00 I
atated to the board: that he had Mr.: survey of said road before specifications \V F Walker, comr. & mileage .
Joe Butler make a survey of the road were prepared their figures special . 20.00 .Quirk' Chill Tonic cured my
from Ht. Cloud to the county line BO for said work being 41000. Mrs Olnsl. Padswt------------ 6.00
that the "board could order right offMWay After discussing the matter of appointment J L Hfirarrave sup Co! pauners 8ft.81 husband of LaGrippe and Fever after May Lumber Co. *
deeds 'drawn correctly Kr. JoeVNltutler of engineer to make surveyof Clark Howell right of way P R 5.00 .
being present presented a map Melbourne road upon motion of R. Alabama Pav. Co. pawing roads-4141.08 the"doctor's. medicine and other rem. .
.'fo the road a. he had surveyed It out V. Lanier seconded. by W. f. Walker A C r. Ry, freight on brick.1691,64: ' f
showing" the exact route, etc.. ,' but. on and carried Mr,. Allan J. MacDonough O R Ramsev. com. road work ZS2.lt dins failed." Wkolesale and Retail Dealers In
examination of said survey ,th..... )>e-' was appointed to make survey and New Eden Plant. Co., for prise ACIT.
log aome misunderstanding among the prepare specifications at a salary of at Tampa Fair ____________ 2.00Ktaalmmee LULA C. R > Drifton, Fla. *
commissioners. regarding' the route 1176.00 per month he estimating thatIt Valley Oasette. advertising Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c.
the clerk was Instructed; to get map ofthe i will take him SO days to do the and job work __.. 74.76 YELLOW PINE LUMBERk:
route attached. to the petition for work. ,
Hpeclal R. A 11. District which map The clerk was Instructed to draw
waa presented to the board by the the following warrants: Mrs. Lillian and Laths
clerk, and after comparing maps of Mahles. maintenance, $6.00; J. L. Har- Shingles
road Commissioner A. F. lisss contended grave for supplies to Oeo. M. Young" ,
that the road nhould run from and supplies to Mrs. Spaulding
Ashton east on the route known as 14.82. for two mo.; Clark Iln'I HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY
the Brit route.The of way road $26.00; A. C. U : : for
board took a recess until 2 p.m. freight on brick $16 1.64Alabama; l I I The Favorite Store of Kistimmee I
The board met at 2 p. m., a full Paving ('0. far paving $4141.03; Mrs. : All we ak is i let ni (figure on jour estimates.
board PHdgett maintenance I&.OO
being present. ninsle ;
Mr. Lee Jarrell appeared before the New Eden Plantation Co.. for prize, at Courteous Attention and Prompt Dtliytry.Kissimmcc.
lios-rd as a representative of Mr. Willie the Tampa Fair $3; Joe Butler fgr I
Williams oT llasslnger. and made surveying on Melbourne road 170.00. I
application for a license" to construe Themall..rofworklnl.r..adlrOmKmHn.vlll. Fla. 't'tMr.
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and operate a toll bridge over the KIsftlmmee .. to Lokosee was taken up. ,
river In the County of osceola and after some discussion the board I FURNITUREWE ?
Htate of Florida HI point about IOU decided that they could not do the
feet west of the dividing line of sections work at present on account of short-I'
one and two ((1 and 21) township age of road funds. j
3( south range 32 east; Mr." Jarrell The clerk called the attention of the. I I
assured the board that the law had board to the fact thAt Mr. Chas. Neld '
been complied with and at the same had made application for road work ,
time presented a copy of notice which near his place several times; whereup
had been. posted In accordance with on they Instructed clerk to notify Mr.
Neld that they would do this work as HAVE IT I
law.Mr.. E. U Lesley presented and real soon as It was possible.. Citrus Grower
In open board a letter from Mr. W. S. Mr. H. E. Evans the agricultural : ,
Pearce slating that he had bought the demonstration agent for Osoeola county 5k
Klsslmmee river bridge which was to the hoard and pre For the time being we can supply you with'aterSoluble
..... used as a toll bridge, and asked the n serJI'Ir7r: the South Florida
board to fix charges. Fair and Uasparllla Carnival com
After 'eth.rl., . by the board Osceola county, for the I larg
regarding the applications of Mr. Williams :t"o best display of preserved products In connection with oar Hardware line we carry a completeline Potash h hALL
and Mr. Pearce upon motion of at the fair In TampA.
H. V. Lanier .econded F. Walker K. I* Irfsley, chairman' rcada of furniture: We Make specialty of outfitting homes, and
I..Nr
and carried! Mr. Willie William's from Mr. O. R. Ramsay, engineer .
request was granted Mr. Williams being on the Orlando road regardingthe .u&. reliable AS IT LASTS
AS '
WANT
placed under a five hundred ($600) I penalty of ten dollars per day YOU LONG
bond and the attorney for the board I which the Alabama paving company made in regard to
Instructed to
who.betweenthe being present board and stated Mr. Williams.that the I Rlete by February1st retain said ,amount lift asking In iC"*If* Bed Room Furniture Dining t Florida rtillzatlon since the beginning of the European war, .,

usual charges as toll were as follows: settlement; whereupon the board arter and it i. in keeplnj; With our custom of being; Jjwders in this In-'
for machines $1.00; double teams 76 some dl.cusslon of the matter upon a Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par
cents, single teams. 60 cents, and for motion of Young Tlndall. seconded by I dustry.. ,
horse back riders 26 cents. ; r 1
the board passed a ... whereupon Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days lor Suits Odd Chairs, Rockers I IDEAL"FERTILIZERS
the prices to be .charged as toll by the l1
applicant.The. 'your druggist will refund money If PAZO ,
matter, of appointment of trustees OINTMENT isll. to care say caw ol Itchla. Couches Etc.This
for Special Road and Bridge District Blind.Bleedlscor Protrndlsc l Pile,la 6tol4d.r... I have for a quarter-century represented the: best and. most complete s"g
No. 1 was taken up and the following TBS first application gives KSM aad a5Ik:
named persons were appointedto line of plant food combinations possible to offer to the x

P. serve E. Morgan aa such from via.St.: J.Cloud K. Conn and and F. store is. making a record for itself in "the matter' el I I growers of Florida, and now In this trying period IDEAL FERTILIZERS -

W. Hill from Narcoo.....". are doing the almost impossible-giving unlimited 'I
Bids on engineering of road work on helping people to outfit homes. Com and .... Oar prices are '
the Melbourne road were opened and w POTASH content and all POTASH WATERSOLUBLE'K2O.
read In board. IRE
open UARDtSStore
Mr. Reynolds agreed to leave. the [ .
room while the other bidders addressed -
& the board. Mr. A. J. MacDonough, and bank windows rightTOOLS 1916 IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE
one of the bidders, being the first to
speak stated that as Ite understood It, cliuulil be pro- AM. j 3 to 4%; A. P. A-, 6 to 8%; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 6 to 6%
what the commissioners wanted was prolectedwitbgoodwire. l FOR ENGINEERSNo \

an engineer to make a correct survey We make IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE
OLD
of road and -prepare specifications.which .
for
he estimated would cost $!S3. 0, tlirm' every purpose Am. 8 to 4%; A, P. A., 6 to 8%; Wat-Sol.Pot., 10 to 11% 44
Mr. Reynolds then appeared before including cngrs, matter what Idntf of an Engine yen have-Gas, Steam, tf
partitions etc.!
4] fctronf |r.lTaaurd wire Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tools. yen CHEROKEE FRUIT GROWER -

Ask Your Grocer- In sera uvvoCASihinlninet not durability. need.ha ,your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers. etc, W. A.T.'S SPECIAL MIXTURE NO 1 '

Vulcan!Wriltfur' .Iron' prirM.Works all of... best qnality and workmanship; and at price that wiDswpriso .

Jsbrs s.,F1a. "'JOTK This store ha the reputation of' handling only AMMONIA-PIIOSPIIATE FORMULAS

:rirgmtRUBMY.TISM I II' hardware that;Is of superior quality and yon will malts .. mistake and 'anr other. analyses to meet your need s

.' U coming hero NOW and iupecting...ow big stock. Our'Ne'"' Cataloro' will be ready soon Writs to aa.


1 :' ,' Wilson.:&. ;Toomer- fertilizer Company
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i Will curb your DhenmatlaunKearalgia. '.....,......... 'ot IDBAI.is FICRT.LI.JIIU wit

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I Headaches,. Cramps Osceola Hardware Company hw.......' amm+.,' wit... .t .*.. mmm All .....m- ....s4aJ.. w'
Colic Sprains.' Bruises, Cuts and ,,.).Slew .. mmtmrtmm MM bl.ery .... tJACaUOBrriLLB. .-aU...... r"a k

Barns. Old Sores Stings of Insects ;+._.. FUA., I'fI! .

Etc* A tis pdo Aaoelysie' ,used internally '. ,.: .' 4.. 'il H

.pud,externally.-. ; .Price 25c.. .\'> 'Ii' ,'. "
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,( ; CONGRESSMAN SEARS HAMILTON BEGINS EPWORTH LEAGUE' INDISTRIGTMEETING EASTER OBSERVED 1C A. CARSON OFFERS REPUBLICAN. Cl6udt Florida CONVENTIONSt. 'April 2 ,,1918. '


CALLED TO CAPITAL WORK UPON BULKHEADIN CHURCHES CITY; PLAN FOR DELEGATES To aft all Republicans persons who, together have registered with aU ,1'

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those who affiliate with the Repub'j

: \ LEAVES CAMPAIGN TO illS FRONT OF CLUB WHOLE DAY'S SESSION HELD IN Easter was appropriately observed [WRITES OTHER CANDIDATES lican Party In Osceola County, ....... 4

4s FRIENDS AND'GOES TO WASH. KISSIMMEE LAST SATURDAY.. last Sunday In'an.of the churches of HE IS WILLING TO SETTLE): Florida:' ,q' "

ING TO ATTEND TO DUTIES. (Continued from Page One.) MANY HELPFUL ADDRESSES the city; QUESTION OF STATE' REPRESENTATION You are. hereby.'notified that by

WILL RETURN IN ABOUT TWO GIVEN BY LEADERS- VISITORS At the Baptist church an Easter AT DEMOCRATIC of' the Osceola County Re.

J, WEEKS TO BEGIN CAMPAIGN wish to*live at the club and be near ARE GIVEN PLEASANT program. was rendered 'in addition to CONVENTION, TO A DRAWINGOF publican Club,,April 24, 1916, you are 'I''I'1'8solutlori :
the links and tennis courts1 dur-
IN EARNEST. golf RECEPTION.The an Easter aermon by Rev. A. I. Holt. LOTS. //hereby called to meet in St Cloud, a..
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the tourist ,
ing season. There were also a number of bap. ---- I Florida, on Thursday, May 10th,. 1916, ,
All hail Mr. Hamilton and Colonel
:' Congressman W. J. Sears has returned Orlando district conference of tlsms at the evining-service. C: A. Carson, of Kissimmee, whoLe at o'clock P.,M., to select namer'o '

j to Wishlngton to take.up hll Hunter Just ] like the Epworth League carried out an I At the Christian.'church! Rev Chi. a candidate for delegate' at. large to..be voted for at the coming Primary .(
a-few them
t duties again. He will return to the more men attractive program Saturday, during I holm preached an Easter sermon at the National Convention of the Democratic -Election June' 6, 1916, to form a l -
who believe in Kissimmee and wantto J .
state in about. two weeks to begin an' all day session at 'the Methodist' the morning service and at the even- party In St., Louis, has offereda County Republican Ticket, to be nom- ';

I. 'his ,campaign for re-election. Speaking help In her progress, and the city I church. The delegates ,representing ing service an attractive program' plan to the otlvir candidates, whichit j mated for the General Election in

'of his return to Washington, the : will begin to show her heels .'to her the various points throughout' the was given by the' Sunday school en. is hoped, will prevent the possibility -I! November next. .
in this section of Florida.
neighbors
1. I Jacksonville Metropolis said: district. were: Orlando, Miss Eliza titled "The tester Missionary Gar of the !state not being repre[I Signed, A. M: DOUGHTY -' j

1: ,For the purpose- of attending matters -- Wright and. Miss Ruby Wilkins;' den." This included a' number of sented. It is feared that since the!Attest;, Pre. ."" 1I
Bad breath bitter taste dizziness
which demand his presence In Umatilla, Misses Bena Collins, Nan splendid musical number primary is not to be held until June I F.: B. MUNSELL Secy. 19-2t .4
Washington, Congressman Joe Sears, and a general "no account" feeling is nie Rooney, Ethel Kennedy and Retta Services 'were: 'conducted at ,the 6th that it will be impossible to can-

: J who has been spending the past ten a sure sign of a torpid liver. HEHB- .Ely; Enterprise, Luther Allen; We. I Episcopal church by the Rev. W.: II. vass the return and certify the election ' !

: J, 4iays in the district, left Jacksonville INE Is the medicine needed.' It makes kiva, Carl Dees; Moore's Station, Ball and at the Catholic' church by of the delegates in time for the The city of Miami has at last secured '.

: last night for th'e national Capital. the liver active, vitalizes: th "blood, Misses Ruth Little and Hattie Eat- the Rev Father Francis, of St, Leo. convention which meets,on June l4th. a .right of way over ,all- lands i

: r j Mr. Sears expects to be in the .Dis. regulates the bowels and restores a rich; Winter Garden, Misses Pearl Rev. W.. B. Witherspoon preached a Mr. Carson has written the other for the purpose' a municipal railway

': \ trict of Columbia for about two fine feeling of energy -and cheerfulness. Crow and Leila Roper; Winter Ha- splendid Easter sermon at the Presbyterian candidates as follows: leading to the public doc .. ,.
Price 60c. Sold Osceola I
? weeks and will then return to: open : by van, Ida Lee Keeling; St. Cloud, Mrs. church Sunday morning. Dear Sir:
II :.1
j; : Ills campaign tot renomination. pharmacy. L. U. Zimmerman. I Rev. S. W. Lawler preached at the I notice you have qualified as a .SOTII'It

$ Before leaving Mr. Sears stated i It On Friday evening a reception was Methodist church Sunday morning candidate for delegate from the state Notice In hereby given that I will

.' t to be his Intention 'to open his campaign WANT LIBEL LAW OF tendered the visiting delegates at the I':and a sacred'cantata, "Easter An. at large to the Democratic Conven- apply 4)scoIa'to County the County Florida Commlealonera at their r....,.r

,,1'i for re-nomination In Jackson Methodist church and the following gels, was rendered Sunday evening' tion that 'meets in St. Louis on June ular meellnir held Monday. May lat.
A. I>. ISiS, for a llcenae to conetructand
: r ville'and he will make an effort tomake FLORIDACORRECTEDRESOLUTIONS splendid program was rendered: ''in place of the regular service. 14th. operate a toll bridge over the Kle- "I.-

the opening'address o f his'campaign Short talks by Rev. S. W. Lawler\ I: The music was beautifully rendered It will be a most difficult matter to Iminee and. River Blato: In of Bald Florida County said t>f bridge Q.e.ola ... "'

I here between the first and fifth Rev. Ley of Orlando, and Rev. Chis- from start to /finish and was indeeda canvass the returns from the primary to (begin at the following described
I bank In Section <(.
point on sid river
t t of May., He came -to Florida last PASSED BY THE holm of the Christian church of this treat to the music lovers of the city of June 6th, so that the dele. 'Township 16 South. Range It Kaat:

I ; week primarily to attend the meetIng STATE PRESS ASSOCIATIONCALL city. Readings were given by Misse I who packed the,spacious rooms of the gates chosen may receive their credentials UeglnnlnK NWU of Hec at .the SO. Northeast Twp It 8 cornerof Hire.

f of the Florida Press Association, FOR CHANGES AS ALREADY Mabel Overstreet and Sarah Clark, church to the utmost capacity. The and be in St. Louis on the 11 1':. Run Vest 171* feet. thence South' f' .
4416 feet thence West 111.1 feet.
.; which was held in his home town, SUGGESTED BY THE and vocal numbers by Miss Susie solo parts were sung by Mrs. J. K. 14th. thence Mouth: 1400 feet thence South '

.; I Kissimmee. He took a leading part SOUTH FLORIDA PRESS ASSO. Spier and Miss Eliza Wright of Orlando. Weaver, Misses Alma Griffin Ella If only 4 qualify for the position .point. dearreea In center 14 mln of County"'...t' 1084 road feet themes to '.

t in entertaining the visiting scribes CIATION. The other diversions of the Mae Gilbert, Messrs. P. K. Weaver, they would be automatically named, South 25 dK-reea 6 mln. West HOT. ..
feet along center of said thence
t and since the close of the convention evening were "progressive conversation i James H. Armstrong and O. C. Pieroe without having to go on the ticket. South $5 "P':. :arJlno road.: ..i feet

he has been busy in visiting different The Florida Press Association in, ," a musical game, and a word- and the chorus parts were sung by As I understand it all those who along point on center river bank( ten feet from rpad waier to. -4

,, parts! of the district. session in Kissimmee went on record making contest.At I the entire personnel of the choir. I have qualified favor the renomination edge: from Raid point run 8 1* de- "j
.. lift
I mln. Kant feet acroaa river.
Among matters which be will take favoring changes in the present libel the cloKc of the amusement refreshments of Pres. Wilson. Therefore, it seems dl.In mean depth' of w"h'Idh river on the

up when in Washington will be the laws of the state. Inadvertently these of Lee cream, cake and KISSIMMEE HIGH WINS to me that it would be very wise if la to be line constructed;along helnjt said approxlmately bridge- "f

: establishment of motor rural routes resolutions were omitted from the report punch, were served. Miss Cecelia only 4 would qualify. If, however, 56 feet and width,April 138 r'et.This '.
the ZKth day of A. D.
in Florida. Constituents in certain of the meeting given last weekin O\erstreet, secretary of the Orlando ; more than 4 qualify, I respectfully ISIS, ,

parts of the district have vigorously the Valley Gazette. The resolutions dintiirt, and Miss Rut .. Clark president AGAIN FROM SANFORDLOCAL suggest that all parties agree that 1.-It WILI.1IUll..LIAM.S. _

protested against the order of the department which are a copy of those recently of the local leagu, were hostesses the names of all those who qualifybe

: at Washington and the passed by the South Florida for the evening, assisted by the t-haken together, and the first. 4 i ih

.; Congressman will endeavor to have Press Association, are as follows: entire (league. About seventy-five BOYS TAKE THIRD drawn out be declared to b3 the nomi

them delay the inauguration of the! 1. The injustice of the present Iibel I enjoyed this plea nt evehmg. STRAIGHT GAME BY SCORE OF .

service until 'the questionable points law arises from the wording of The program was as foltrlws: 10 TO PEGGING OK C.YTCH- nee.In order to do this it. will be necessary : !""mrJ IIIIII!!
be thoroughly Section! 13 of the Bill of Rights of the i EU KEGKKO FEATURE OF H'
: can investigated into. Morning Service. for all Of those who qualify ..
CONTEST I PLAYED: IN S.: .. '-h}
Itis contendsd: that a t' certain points State Constitution. The words "goodmotives" 9:00: ( -Devotional service, Miss Ce- to file a written agreement to with if; I :.. ... .'0"
it will be a physical impossibility for should be stricken out, ando celia Overstreet.t:15Standard. NOLE CAPITAL. II-1 draw if they are not among the 4 ;. ...' ...

1 a motor carrier to 'cover the territory this end a constitutional amend ): of Excellence for thus chosen.I 1'

mapped out for It.: ment should be submitted. !Junior League, Miss Helen Bass. (Osccola High School's ba'seball have qualified as a delegate, and l. 1 /v \ ,

; The Times- /nion said: 2. A law should be passed to per- I 9:30( -Standard of Excellence for team won the third straight game of am willing to the above plan. I am '

,.t .' After being in the state several mit newspapers to publish any'mat- Senior League, Winter Haven Leaguer. the season on Monday,, when the San- furthermore willing to leave it to the ; ? Jf.'- )
,
:' days in the interest of his candidacy ters contained in the public records'of ford High School team was defeated Sec'ry of State to draw straws to decide i Thefcz4y .

i for re-election, Congressman W. J. town, city, county or state and forbidding - :45-Revenue]\L C. M. F., Africa on the grounds of the latter by a the matter. :

: Sears of the Fourth congressional the taking of any legal action -/Special, Dues, Southern College score of 10 to 4. This was the second Please advise if you are willing to \ lOr I. :,
district civil or criminal against editorsor i time the Sanford boys had gone downin
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was suddenly called\ back to Scholarship, Miss Ruth Clark. this plan. .
: Washington last night on important owners of newspapers publishing 10:15: -Report Blanks; Quarterlyand I defeat before the local team. Yours truly, \ 0CCa510fl3 .. "..

k, committee business. such records-unless it can be clearly\ Annual, Miss Cecelia Overstreet. The feature of the game was the C. A. CARSON. & ... :

Before leaving. Mr. Sears said that shown that the publication thereofwas 10:30-Round: Table, "What We Do I accurate pegging of Catcher Regerofor ._ _.

j I he"\would probably return to Florida prompted by malice. In Our Council" "Is it Worth While," the local team. If the sessions of the State Press 7 'l A3 ''d

My4;: or 6, and Immediately begin a 3. There should be a law to prohibit "When We Meet," led by Umatilla The box score follow.: meeting at Kissimmee this wek were .. j 3aLSOtt./' '
e vigorous' campaign through his dis the publication of legal notices Leaguer. Kissimmee half as bright as the thirty-two page \II.'O"!>''', 4

trict. He will likely make his first of any kind in newspapers that haven 11:00: -:-Address, Mrs. L. U. Zim. I AB R II PO A E issue of the Kissimmee Gazette in Miss Jean Caldwell 'i
public? address in,Jacksonville.To ot been established at least one yearor I merman. Johnson, ctn 5' 1 1 1 0 0 honor of the occasion, it was sure

in any that are not'printed wholly Afternoon Session. Carson, :3b__'51.: , 0 1 0 1 some. meeting..-Lakeland 'Advertiser. AGENT KISSIMMEE

have a fine healthy complexion within the county.. "Patent pages 2:00-Devotional Service; Miss Regero, c-.n:; 4, ,/ 6.5" I>> 0 ) '

t' -the liver'must be active, the,bowels advertising' rates below cost Tiller,,: 1 lt ', ; : ; 2
; ,1 Eliza Wright., ">: \ M JldEiU'\!.,>.<\H;; .k- /112'1112'1\ )\ 444'4 +++4+ + +++4+++< ++ ,.;* ,
regular and[the,blood pure.:Jf All I this 4./All;,town,!city.county j]and ,state M 2:16- -Firsts,Department,1 Spiritual,' Bass, rf ;51 11 *t *, : \

):. is brought about by. using HERBINE..It officials"should be required by law"to Miss. Eliza Wright > t' Bullock b ... ( ;; ifi ; :
: Farmer Ib__ 4 l' 2 8 3' 1 .l 1
thoroughly scours the liver, stomtaeh buy all their blank books and printed 2:30-Round Table, "What We Do l.i i Advertisements i ii
and bowels and pUta the body in stationery for their offices, from Florida To Keep Up Interest," Miss Mattie Overstreet, sa 3 0 0 1 2 1

; fine condition and restores that cle&ri printing concerns,- if such supplies Estridge. Bronson, p __ 3 1 2 2 3 1

,. pink and white complexion so much can be furnished by Florida 2:45-Summer: Conference, Program - - - .- .. . .... .0.. .... .. ...... .sppeespp.sssp.ppee... p.

., desired by ladies. Price 60c. Sold by printers. Subjects, Speakers, Delegates, Totals .._ 38 10 11 27 18 10 STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE FOR SALE-Jersey cow with young

Osceola Pharmacy. Should. Permit More Ady rtleln..' by Orlando Leaguer. Sanford- Strong intelligent, gentle, excellent calf. Call R. G. Canova, city dock. '

6. The Bryan primary law shoulde 3:15-Address: "Call of the Wait- AB R II PO A E condition. Money refunded if no 19-2tpd
tt z.........0.0..4ADDITIONAL ..*+o...+.': amended as to give the newspa. ing Woild. to the Youth of Today," EzellIb5 1 2 5 0 2 colt. 422 West Oak street 6tf -
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R.Lang,3b 3 0 3 1 23 FOR SALE-Organ' .Beckwith. and %:
fair returns for adver-
per political A. M. Chisholm
Rev. of the
LOCALS 4 pastor
FOR RENT-Six modern good as new. Sale at 2 m May
cottage ,
Robinson, 3 0 1 1 3 2 room p. r
sing. Every candidate for state or Christian church. close in $12 month. E. 24th, at A. II. Fox house on Shingle 4
;
; J. Lang 4 0 0 4 0 1 per I *
; c.
*.. ..O.O..OOOO..OOO .+ federal office should be allowed tospend - -- E. Wells, Real Estate and creek. 18-4tpd. < <,/

4 S. B. Perkins, of Orlando this'week for advertising[ in newspaper.as A prudent mother is always on the Spencerp,3 1 1 1 1 1 ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The In.u..1) '
took much as $100 in each dally and watch for symptoms of worms in her Hill, 2b u__ 4 1 1 4 2 1 FOR SALE-One gray western mare,
charge of
Oil the in new plant of the"Texas $25 in. each weekly. I children. Paleness, lack of interestin SmithIf4 0 0 1 1 0 FOR SALE-Automobile in first. good worker, driver and saddler; ( *T

;' 'now'selling company the this city and is 6. The fee'for publishing the laws play, and peevishness: is the signal Greencf,4 0 0 1 1 0 class condition, or will trade. Inquire safe and dependable. 1 light 2-

in this products this company passed by each Legislature should be for WHITE'S CREAM VERMI- Cobbrf..4 1 0 1 0 1 Breaker & "Barclay, Kissim horse wagon with pole. Enquire A.
j territory. Mr. Perkins Kanner, c._ 2 0 1 5 0 0Totals' mee. 8tf: S. Nelson. 11-tf
plans to move his family here at an Increased from $100 to $250. You FUGE. A few doses of this excellent -'
-early date. know thatlOO does not cover the actual remedy puts an end to the worms and - - - 1 FOR SALE-Five-passenger Buick '-
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Two
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J.I expense of this work; and, as the the child soon acts naturally. Price cottages in Kissimmee und truck auto, or would trade for building
.i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Downing and publication> is made only once in two 25c per bottle. Sold by Osceola Score by Innings: farm near by, with fine flowing lots. E. P. Golding, or Griffin '
,
) daughter, Lois, will leave 'next Mon- yean, $250 for one paper in each Pharmacy. Kissimmee.__ 00322021 .-10 well, owned by northern man who I Garage. ,

', day for their home in Cherokee, Iowa. county would not be a heavy expense Sanford ____, 020000200 will sell on reasonable terms of exchange 14-5tpd f

""They have been spending the winter upon the.state. WilY UE LOST TilE SALE Summary Free and for clear,northern$3500.property.Cometo ] FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Utility
price
tin Kissimmee. 7. An itemized list of all bills, acCounts Two base hits Regero, Farmer, R. the land of fruits and flowers. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for

4; Although; he confesses that he is 78 and claims ordered paid by the "Were you able to sell old Skin- Lang; Stolen baseo-Farmer, Bul- We have great inducements to offer I|I, hatching 15 cents, each$1.00, for or 16.26 Baby chicks chUks for I*

: pears old, D. E. Dolo, of Enterprise, county commissioners of each county flint a grave?" asked the superin- lock, Bass, Regero 2, Johnson, Cobb; Nelson the Realty investor Co.and homesecker.1 It I $3.00 King Poultry Yards, Lakeland -

Pa., this week filed his application for should be published in one or more tendent of the cemetery.The Passed b.ni--J' Lang; Struck out-- Fla. "
of each This shook' his head by Spencer 8; by Bronson 4; Double WANTED PINE LOGSDeliveredto FOR 4't
a homestead entry on the government newspapers county. publicity agent says SALE OK TnADE for horse and '
; lands in Osceola county. H* declares would greatly aid 'in eliminate i Tit-Bits. plays-Overstreet' to Bullock to Far railroad at your shipping point. wagon one 2 c/ Buick In <
that inside of 20 years he will have ing any graft that might.be going on "He was afraid he might not get mer; Smith to Robinson; Bases onballfoff For particulars write to box 83, condition, good tires; must sell! or

: one of the finest farms in the county. and would prove a protection to the the full value of it," he explained."But Bronson, 2; off Spencer, 2; Loughman Florida. 16-3t trade Box %at 21.once KI" lmme A. M.. Jones. P. O.

taxpayer. For ,this service, the usual hang it all, 'a man has got to Hit by pitcher-Green. Time 1:46.: 7tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Adams and son, die !" Umpire-Jarrcll and Zimmer.OOOOO'OOO'O'O DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. FOR EXCHANGE-. (
legal ratQ should be allowe4.elected some time exclaimed the super Tiller. Splendid bungalow .
4: of Orlando. were in the ,city y. sterV intendent. I modern '
'O.oO'OO." ; near court house, fine
-- day' on their way for a ,ten days' or pastor, will take charge May "That's what. I told him, but he 4. CANDIDATES-Send photo, an-' lake view, nicely furnished and 48
: two weeks' outing trip down the Kis- 0' LODGE MEETINGS 4 nouncement and three dollars for
15. Dr. Holt has just two more Sundays answered 'Suppose J should be lost acre tract of excellent land just
almmee river. Mr. Adams own! a three fine "movie"
at sea. slides. Best ad- I outside city limits of Kissimmee '
of service. Everyone nvited to ........ oo.ooooooot ; ,
naptha launch on the lake here In vertising. Ask your banker as to value of both
$6500
I owned
attend. welcom ; by
Strangers especially a
which he and his family arc travel WOODMENS CIRCLE Tohopekaliga
ed. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI our responsibility. Florida Photographic Kansas man, wants land in eastern
ing, camping out along the way. Grove No. 65, meets every first Concern, Fort Pierce, PIe.193t. I Kansas. Numerous bargains for
,
Rev. S. W. Lawler received a mes- hereby and third Tuesday night Social sale. Nelson
; number
A of local people who have announce myself a candi- Realty Co. 19-lt
spent a portion of the summer at sage Tuesday announcing the birthof date for the office of County Commissioner meetings second and fourth Tuesday ----
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'Coronado Beach in the past will re- a fine baby girl to his son, Win- for district No.2, subject to afternoon in Fraternity Hall. -: :

gist to learn that the Atlantic hotel ston Lawler, and his wife at their the action of the Democratic! primary. .- _-Ur... Fairy Rexford, clerk.
home In Fort Myers. Both Mr. and E. L. D. OVERSTREET. Mrs. Ollar, Guardian. Fresh
at' that resort was .destroyed by fire Vegetables
week. Mrs. Lawler are well known in this '-? w. w Eggs
the
during past
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and host of friends will UUAHIHAIVfl NO-TICK Of AI PLICA
; .. city a congratulate TION FOR L.HAVH TO
Royal ,C.' Dunn, railroad c ommis- them on this event. i AMU.1 SELL and ButterWe

; 'siioner, who was here last Friday as Notice !. ... .JAX'BISCUIT
hereby given that the
r, one of the political speakers at the The many friend. of Mr. and Mrs. J7th day of May. A. I>. 1515 on Twill have added these articles to our line of
Niles Miller will be pleased to loam apply' Honorable T. M. Murphy,
k campaign meeting spent some time County Judge In and for LtacroU FLORIDA "
AND
of the birth of a -wee daughter at County Riat. of Florida, at hi* office WESTERN BEEF AND PORK
yisHlng with E. D. Malloy and daughter. .
In Kl..Immee. In said County for
Miss Duida. Mr. Dunn J is an untie their home in Altoona, Pa.. Mrs. Mil. order authorizing-. aa Quardlart an of ,l1ealLaluJecooemicalDOUr. HAMS,' BACON, BOLOGNA" MUTTON, ETC. -

of Miss Hall! 7. br was formerly MI.a, Lena Lancaster O.mind K. Derrlckion.to sell at private a per.on sale of Unsound the '01. inf.. Children like them and Call Phone 209. for I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. lowing: property _belonging to the others olanr 122kinds your wants '
: ,
many
'f' Dr. 'A. J..,Holt' will 'preach as usual atate"of.said t>. i. DeTrirkBon: 4 in these
Lancaster and resided in Kissimme lines.
-AH th. right title and Vlntereat of '' OfhighfeedvalusbeUn for'
it the .First: Baptist church, Sunday aid' ward and to the .. I .
for a numbetvpf ., In following I-'x. and .rfght., .The.) morning yeeru.All orlbed real ..tat* In the County of, 1 : )&Un. folk* than confections.0luo '
). morning Oaceola, State *f Florida. to-wit f" iT "1" I' CENTRAL:
) ,. ec. will be with special refer-.. kinds of feathered fans arc In Block Lota IftS.numbered of the Town II. II of and St. Cloud.IS 'of" :,. .j MA'RKT1 ,

:.. to. the' late, addition.tOe '.the favor; 'there are. >iufan* of black -,'Tbl.1t1b. day o* "rl1."UIII l :.(\
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