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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: May 12, 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: VID00750
Source Institution: University of Florida
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;-COUNTY LEADS BULKHEADING, OF LAKE MAY RESULT EXCHANGE MEN 4*..'OO..O'OOOtOO.OOOOO.O.KISSIMMEE'. CONCERT' BAND.*O< ORANGE BELT i:


FROM CONTRACT WITH TUCKER FIRMCity 4 PROGRAM-L 4 4 ;'

IN CONDITION WILL BUILD *4 'Sunday, May-14,1 4 O', lork. O 0 LEAGUE IS


1 + March Imperial, Potentate____ 4
Council Calls Election to Allow Voters to Approve or D's-
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OF TREES approve of Proposed Arrangement to Purchase Electric: NEW HOUSEKISSIMMEE Concert Waltz; Bowery of -* READY

< Beauty Brooks <
Current From New Brick Company at Yearly Rate of -?
4 Medley One-Step Araby (by <

BEARING' CITRUS FRUIT AVER $10.000--Eleclion Will be Held on June 3rd and' CITRUS GROWERS' 4 request ....,,_____..-Berlin TEAMS PRACTICING DAILY IN ALL .

: AGE IN OSCEOLA COUNTY IS Only Freeholders Will be Qualified to Vote."If ASSOCIATION TO ERECT OWN 1 4 Overture, The Sunny South._ 0 FOUR CITIES AND SCHEDULE

HIGHER THAN IN ANY OTHER PACKING PLANT"BEFORE NEXT 1* ......._.?-..,.Arr, Lampe .+ WILL BEGIN NEXT THURSDAY

COUNTY IN STATE, ACCORDINGTO his thing' goes through.. I-m- The figures prepared by 'the eloflric PACKING SEASON IS OPENED- One-Step, Are You from Dixie t. WITH LAKELAND HERE AND

BUREAU OF- CROP ESTI be In a position do the bulkheadingfor light and water committee show COMMITTE IS NOW AT WORK 1* _Cobb THE BARTOW CLUB IN WINTER "

MATES EXPERT. you-" that the city spent something like ON PLAN. I+ Popular Song. She's the. Daughter < HAVEN.

$6,000 for fuel alone last year in the ( *- of Mother Machree ._.-.Ball O .. "
This was the statement of. J. Wade operation of the electric light and :* Selection, H..M. S. Pinafore.:... *

GROWERSPROGRESSIVE i'Tucker, president of tho Tucker Brick water plant and that the contract with SUGGESSJSJSSURED ____._.__.-..-.. Sullivan LOCAL CLUjTAT WORK
Company and head of the Everglades v'
the Tucker Brick Company .will save Intermezzo Sinfonico Cavallerla ..,

I Cypress Company at a' special meet- the city an amount variously estimated NEW MEMBERS SECURED AND Rusticana ......--- Mascagnt *. MANAGER' CLYDE POUND DRIVING -
LARGER NUMBER OF INDIVIDUAL -
of the council held Wednesday
ing city -
TREE RECORDS HERE at from $3,500 to $6,000 per year. 'DIRECTORS MAKE PRELIMINARY -* March The Ultimatum ....Allen 0 HIS MEN IN PRACTICE AND .' '.
night. If the contract is approved by the G. Shearouse- Director. 0
SECTIONOF ARRANGEMENTS IN. BELIEVES THAT THEY WILL
THAN IN ANY OTHER '
When Mr. Tucker talks he
means voters the Tucker Brick Company 4
COUNTY TO CREASING CAPACITY OF SHIPPING GIVE GOOD ACCOUNT OF THEM >
STATE-FIRST 'what he says"The will install an electric plant of much .......... .. .. . . . ...... <
START WORK AND REGULARITY FACILITIES W. PREN- SELVES-BIG GALA EVENT TO.
thing" to which he referredwas
OF REPORTS FROM GROWERS larger capacity than the city plant and TIS WILL CONTINUE AS MAN. MARK FIRST GAME HERB WITH

s SHOWS HIGHEST. PER. city theproposed-contract electric current and to operatethe furnishthe electric will operate power.its own machinery with AGER ORGANIZATION.AND SECRETARY OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO BAND. CONCERT AT THE BALLPARK '

CENTAGE. city water pumps with electricity- The contract is written in such plain "

which Mr. Tucker's company submitted and simple terms that it Is easily HOLD CONVENTION "
The general condition of bearing understood So.satisfactory was the first year Everything' Is now in readiness for ,
to the council.
and it is not necessary to of the Kissimmee Citrus Growers'AsJeeiatioq .. ., the opening of the Orange Belt.leaca- ,
citrus fruit trees in Osceola county The :council after several hours of repeat its details here. Readers should 18th- '
next Thursday May
with ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OS. season ,
affiliated the Florida
showed a higher average during the careful consideration, in- which arguments turn at once to page 12 and read the CEOLA COUNTY ASSOCIATIONWILL The Kisslmmee club will play the "' r

past year than those of any county were made both for and entire contract in order to familiarize Cltrns Exchange, that plans are nowmataring CONVENE NEXT THURSDAY first game of the season, on the home

In the slate according to C. C. Hare, against the plan, decided to submit themselves with it.. for the erection of a" new AT TIlE PRESBYTERIAN grounds against the Lakeland! club

of the Bureau of Crop Estimates, U the contract to the qualified freeholders I Figures will likely 1 be prepared by packing house to be the property of CHURCH FOR ALL-DAY AND Bartow will open this season at Winter "
of the city at an election .to the council and Mr. Tucker at an early Haven-
the organization.At EVENING SESSION.The .
Department of Agricultuie. Mr. be Held on June 3rd. date to show the exact saving to the According to the schedule of the
the meeting of the board of directors
Hare was in the city this week on a The full details of the contract city through the means of this con league which has been completed. '
now
I of the organization held last annual convention of the Os
tour of inspection and made this statement which provides for a yearly expenditure tract. Monday, a bjiildmg committee com ceola County Sunday School Association : two games will be played each week, i iTuesday
of $10,000 in payment for the r Mr Tucker contends that ho can
while here. In fact the report and The schedule
( posed of J. S. Stratton, C. H. Funk, will be held next Thursday In Thursday. .
from this county, he said, held up the current used by the city and resold I produce the current cheaper than the M. D. Alexander President B. C. Mil- Kissimmee, at'the Presbyterian is arranged so that thero is an equal
to the. citizens, are given in the official city for the reason that his fuel cost
of the state.L. allotment of that day
general average ler and Secretary J. W. Prentis, was church. The following program has Thursday games,
Scott assistant of l call for the election on page 12 will be almost nothing, waste material the half date in all of
B. pomologist
I named to have charge of the arrangements been arranged by the c committee butIs being holiday t
of Oils Issue. Every voter should read : from the mill furnishing the wood
the Bureau of Plant Industry U. S. the cities.
,
for the erection of the plant subject to changes because the r;
Department of Agriculture, also a recent this contract carefully.Commencement needed. The exact location and the kind of leaders selected have not yet been Kissinunee's club Is fast being .1'

visitor here, is authority for the building to be erected has not definitely seen: rounded Into shape under the directionof l-
statement that there is a larger number Manager Clyde Pound. The probable -
HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT IS been determined, but will be announced Thursday Morning. t
+ of trees In. Osceola county ofl within a short time. When 9:00.: -Devotional service by Rev. G. line-up will be: Story catcher; s

which an individual record is kept than the building is erected the associationwill 1 II. Northrop. Carson, first base; Hunter- second ,G

r\n\ any other county in the state. Osce- FITTING CLOSE TO YEAR'S WORK have the aid of tho architect of 9:16: -Address of 'wMcome by "Dr. bees; Pound shortstop; Farmer third .

ola county was the first county in the- the Citrus Exchange in planning I if W. 'B. Witherspoon, and response by .lta.el; Alvey left field; Bullock, center ;

utttte to start this work.It for the greatest possible efficiency. Rev. J. B. Wectcott.9:45Enrollment field; "Big" Mack, right field; Payno't

was also stated by Mr. Hare that Machinery will be installed of tho lat of delegates. Tiller and one other yet to be named fi

there were more growers in Osceola fine Program; Rendered By Graduating Class and Music By est pattern and all of the experienceof 10:00: -Address by State Secretary pitchers. Daily practice is being, held

county who made regular reports to School Orchestra Is Loudly Praised-..Medals Presentedto the Exchange officers will be available R. C. Wcidlcr. and Manager Pound driving: his men li

the bureau in comparison to the total in the selection and arrangements -. 10:20: -Announcement of commit., hard to round out a fast team. He believes
number than in any county in the Winners as Part of Ceremony and Splendid Papers of the mechanical equipment.At ee.. .' that the team will be able to J:

fetato. Read by Chosen Leaders of the Class of 1916.of the meeting held l Monday the 10:30-Round: table or question box five a good account of itself againsttho ,-

All of these facts attest to the pro- directors approved the applications of on practical topics. others. .t '

frressiveneM of the citrus fruit growers exercises of the R. DeWitt Brown. This orchestraand L. A. Hamilton of Kisslmmee, and 11:16: -Sermonic address on topic of The schedule for the season will be"", }

of the county and to the efforts of Osceola High School held Monday the of music which it O. A. Thomas, of Loughman for his own selection by Rov. W. L. as follows: : '
B. E. Evans farm demonstrator program May 18 Lakeland at Kisslmmee
county ;
membership and their fruit was Hackett12:00Recess
night came as a fitting close to the rendered in faultless manner would do .
who co-operates with them in seeing Exchange. Bartow at Winter Haven ,
pledged to the for lunch. -
successful school The audito- credit to a city' of times the
year. many
that the government bureaus are S. May 2S-BartoW, at .Kissimmee;
The board named A. Nelson as 2:00-Devotional service by Rev1,
rium of the high school was filled to else of Kissimmee and to musicians of '
properly informed .. vice-president of the organization.The A. E. Milton. .( "' Winter Haven at Lakeland hi',
the last with of the )
'r. Hare is now engaged upon the seat parents pipits more. mature years.The finance committee selected by the Afternoon. A' .t-I'ttj'jl-\' # \'ah May Kisslmmee at ,Laket._;
and friends of the school- opened with a rendition -
work of making a crop estimate of the program Promote Work Winter Haven at Bartow. .
The beautifully decorated of that beautiful chorus by Henry board consists of J- S. Stratton C. H. 2:16--"How to the t
stagwas
citrus fruit In Florida. It is not generally / 'County* A. May 80 Lakeland at Bartow; Kls-
the design being the work; of Miss Parker entitled "The Ring of the Funk and B- C. MiUer. J. S. Strattoawas Throughout the by Rev. r
known that these estimates simmee at Winter Haven
areas the Chlsholm. Discussion.
chosen to represent association M.
Jean Caldwell Klssimmee's talented Forest Am I the
by Highschool
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accurate it Is humanly possibleto sung June Lakeland at Winter Haven j
as the Sub Ex. committoeo.
florist.Min on the board of 3:00 Reports of
Caldwell had charge of chorus under the direction ,of
make them but that they are was Illustrated Weidler. Ksisimmee at Bartow.'
change at Orlando. 8:30-Adress by Secretary
the decorations for all of the eventson Miss Myrtllla Beats, who is bead of
in the estimate of the 1916\ ** It was announced that J. W. J>re". 3:60-Address by Rev. Mel.no.ker. June Lakeland at Kissimmee;
the of week of the music of the schools.
theclosing courses
cotton crop made by the same organization program Us had been retained as Secretory and Muria7:80Devotional Bartow at Winter Haven. }.
the schools and in each instance she Following this number came thefirst
which makes the fruit esti Manager of the Association for next service by E. S. June Kissimmee at Bartow; j
honor.'The number of the orchestra-
won new stage settingsfor : over-
mate. Of the accuracy of this report yearhis re-appointment being madein Hall. Winter Haven at Lakeland.
the commencement exercises ture from the "Poet and
Puaant"byF.
the,Florida Grower said: rep recognition of his satisfactory ser i6i-Addrcsses! by Dr. W. B. With. June 16--Kissimmee at Winter Haven .
resented a "Rose Garden" and behind von Suppe. Both these numbers
"Much favorable'comment has recently vices during the first year of the As erspoon. Rev. S. W. Lawler and Sec- ; Bartow' Lakeland.
the class of the were warmly
eighteen largest applauJod.
ever
been made concerning the re- sociation's exilltence.KIsSIMMEE retary R. C. Weidler- 20 minutes'each. June 20 Bartow at Kisaimmee; y
graduated from the school trellis Rev. S. W. of the
was a Lawler pastor
markable accuracy of the estimate of 8:16--Music. Adjournment. Lakeland at Winter Haven-
from which in Methodist invoked the blessings
the size of the 1915\ cotton crop of the roses were hanging church : Every Sunday school in the county June 22-Winter Haven'' at Bartow; ;
garlands of colors- while the of the D the events of
pretty I 'ty upon WINS
United States made by the Bureau of NINE should led delegates to this convention Lakeland at Klssimmee.
sweet of their' the in well rendered invo-
aroma fragrance permeated evening a
Crop Estimates of the U- 'S. Depart- and free entertainment will be June Kisaimmee at Winter Haven

ment of Agriculture. The report of auditorium.The the. atmosphere. of the entire cation.Then in succession the followIng FROM ORLANDO TEAM afforded by the people o: Kissimmee. ; Bartow at Lakeland ,
came -
ginning of the Census Bureau of the June 29 Lakeland at Kisslmmee;
scene was a pretty one which numbers, every one of which attested
U. S. Department of Commerce confirms Winter Haven at Bartow.
the accuracy of the estimate of will not soon be 'forgotten either by to the ability of the class as Kissimmee won from Orlando in a TEACHER TRAINING July "4-Winter Haven and KisslmPnee %
the class those who and
attended the writers orators
the cotton; crop made by the Bureauof or : lard-hitting game here yesterday afternoon place to be arranged; Bartow and

Crop Estimates."On exercisesA Salutatory-Mary Celeste Moseley. by a score of $ to 8. It required Lakeland- place to be arranged.
feature of the Class CLASS GRADUATION
December 10, 1916 the Bureau pleasing program I History-Parah Eugenia ten Innings to decide the( contest July 6- KI.llmmee at Bartowj;
estimated the 1915 cotton crop at 11- was the music furnished by the High I Clark Bullock with the bludgeon and Lakeland at Winter Haven.

161,000 bales and on March 20. 1916, School, orchestra, under the direction (Continued on page 12.) Hunter[ on the pitcher's mound were The e graduation exercises of the July 11-Bartow at Winter Haven;

the Bureau of the Census reported 11- the stars for the locals. This was the I Teacher Training Class of the: Presbyterian Kissimmee at Lakelr,d.

183,000 as the number of bales ginned first appearance of the Kissimmeo Sunday school were held at the I July 13-Winter Haven at Klssim.i t

and to be ginned a difference of only CONGRESSMAN W. J. SEARS TO MAKE team in the Orange Belt League and I Presbyterian church Wednesday eve I i me; Lakeland at Bartow.

22.000 bales, or about 2.10 of one per the showing indicates that the club ,ning of this week immediately after* July 18-Bartow at Klssimmee;

cent. :The reports of the Bureau of the ADDRESS HERE ON MONDAY NIGHT will be in.the runing when the league the prayer meeting, followed by light Winter Haven at Lakeland.

Census of the total number of bales opens next Thursday.The refreshments at the manse. July Kissimmee. at Lakeland;

ginned each year afford an absolute -- score: Those receiving diplomas. which Bartow at Winter Haven.

check on the cotton estimates of the R. H. E.Kissimmee bore the imprint of the Presbyterian July Kissimmee at Bartow,

Bureau of Crop Estimates. Congressman W. J. Sears, "Our Joe"as McGowan. a correspondent for metro- __ __ __ -- -- --9 13 3 Church and the Inter-National Sunday Lakeland at Winter Haven. .

"For the past ten years the averageerror he is called here in his home city I politan dailies, wrote of him as follows Orlando -- -- -- -- -- -- __8 12 2 School Association were Mrs. J. W. July 27-Winter Haven at Klssim-

in the estimates .of the cotton will address the voters of Kissimmee : Batteries-Stubbs- Tiller and Hunter Evans, Mrs. T. R. Moseley, Miss Me- mee; Lakeland at Bartow.

crop by the' Bureau of Crop Estimateswas and Osceola county next Monday nightat I "When it became known here today Story; Plowder and Albcrry. don Rii.__.R'll. _and u_ Mm. W.H. _B.. Wlther.u _pm.'- August Kissimmee at Winter Ha-

2.7 per cent; for the past five that Mr. Sears was leaving .Washington spoon. ven; Bartow at Lakeland. .
years, the average was 2.2 per cent, the Graystone Casino at 8 o'clock.At The diplomas were presented by Dr. August 3-Winter Haven at Bar-
to be until after the primaryof
and for the past two years only 0.7 percent 2:36: o'clock Monday afternoon gone CANNING CLUBS GIVEDEMONSTRATION Witherspoon, the pastor of the church, tow; Lakeland at Kissimmee.

showing a progressive improvement he will speak at St. Cloud. June 6th, a number of his colleaguesmet and teacher of the training class. August g--Bartow at Klssimmee

during the 10 year period anda It. opened his campaign for reelection him in the House and called at his HERE I Winter Haven at Lakeland.

very remarkable degree of accuracy at Jacksonville last Monday night office to extend the hope that he would August 10-Kisslmmee at Bartow;

1''. in the past two years."Notwithstanding and was given a rousing reception by win out and'return here by.a safe ma- t BAND CHAFES TIME Lakeland at Winter Haven.

the high degree of the voters of Duval county. On Tuesday jority. It may be conservatively stated Miss Mae L. Wells, of Tallahassee, August -Lakeland at Kissim Vl

accuracy attained by the Bureau of night he appeared at Green Cove that Mr. Sears has made an excel- Field Extension Agent conducted a OF mee; Winter Haven at Bartow.

Crop Estimates, it is pointjd out that Springs; Wednesday at Palatka; lent record since be entered the House- demonstration of canning club work WEEKLY CONCERT. August Kisslmmee' at Winto- e ,

there-are1' so many: variable and un- Thursday at Deland tonight h. is at when it i. taken into consideration that. Wednesday morning the court house Haven; Bartow at Lakeland

certain factors in crop production that Sanford and Saturday he will speak he only took his seat in December and 1 before the local canning club girls At the regular meeting of the Kis. For convenience the following; table x

the crop ,estimates are always likely In Orlando. Everywhere he has met that he ha. been in Offical harness less ; and,a number of interested persons. simmee Concert Band Monday night, has been prepared showing the games

to be subject to more or less criticism, with enthusiastic receptions and indications than six months. It is true that he has' She was assisted by Miss Albin it was decided to-change the weekly Kisslmmee plays at home and abroadi',

.especially in limited areas whore con- point to his re-election with a made no'brilliant plays that would attract Smith who was) recently appointed concert from Wednesday to Friday At Home .-With Lakeland May 18;

'' tbone .abnormal or where yieldsare majority over both of his opponents. the applause of the galleries, but agent for the canning clubs of Osce night.; One of the causes, of this with Bartow May '28. ;' withWinter y

much, higher or: lower' than the Music for the speaking here Mon he has shown what is probably'even ola county. change was that all the churches have Haven/June 1; with Lakeland'June 8;

average / day night will be furnished by the better, that he has firmly grasped the During .the. demonstration green 1 prayer meetinge'onyWedneaday, night.In with"Barfew. June tot i with Lakeland, ,

t ."The same organization which: makes High School orchestra and the Kis- House machinery and seems to understand beans and carrots were canned and addition'' ; to ,Ihls concert the'band Jane 22rwlth Lakeland,June23; with

the cotton estimates makes the'reports simmee Concert band. The women of how,to proceed to get :results strawberries were made Into, Jellies will play concert every Sunday after-" I' wini tciiav n, July 4 (l not-defnlte f,
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s' on citrus fruits as.well as on all other the city and county are especially Invited He has
;'crops "the ,fete''ceciC.th.ak1h. es to attend there that he Is sincere, therefore he on Monday at r Center s.,,- ; tow:July 18with; ''Winter Haven'Julymf ,
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crops are equally ac- When Congressman Sean left'Washington has secured. lhel1eonfid.nc.le.'hU-efforts. Park:;aott-on'esdajra'at. : ', ShtagleCnek .. MfJ.run.rleff' Palatka'Sunday +. with,Lakeland) ; ,','upata.wl.: .m i
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.FACE 2. THE.. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZ tTE FRIDAY, MAY 12,191Women ,

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--'I..jt- ". ".- '" 11\1.. '" ..- Song, Man -
rade Depew accompanied by Paul,

9iS ,, Warner POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS "

One of; the very enjoyable numbers

Folks Are of the program was the flute and piano ,
solo by Messrs.:'Dason and
War-
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI FOR. SUPERVISOROF FOR STATE; SENATORTo _
: ner, which wa received with such .
REGISTRATIONI ----- f..
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pleasure that they were recalled for the and 'Voters of .:4/ff t
Cifinens
the .
hereby
announce myself a candidate
tl' another. selection- for the office of Commissioner am a candidate for'the office of Nineteenth Senatorial Distil t: I
County Supervisor of Registrati for Osce- '
Talking About Us sI.! Song "Those Dixie Eyes.." Mrs. for district No.2, subject to ola County and, will appreciate' your 'I hereby announce myself a Candidate .

Warner with flute drum and piano accompaniment the action,of the Democratic primary. vote and support in the Democratic for re-election to the office of

by Messrs. Dason, De- E, L. D. OVERSTREET, Primary, June 6th. State> Senator from the Nineteenth ; ..
I pew and Paul Warner, which concludedthe I EDGAR D. KATZ. Senatorial District Itt Florida comprising ".

program. FOR COUNTY. COMMISSIONER. FOR SHERIFFTo the counties of Orange, Semi. 11

The audience, joined with the chorir I hereby announce myself a candidate j i, nole and''Onceola, subject ,to the- action '1'.i

OUR NEW STYLE in singfog_"The_ Star Spangled Ban District for No.County' Commissioner'' from the People of Osceola County: of the Democratic Primary: to be--< 1 t
4, Osceola county, and i held" June Cth.
t
ner" and
adjourned to .May'13th. I I hereby announce that I am a candidate (.
J-; N. BURCH, Sec. pro tem. will appreciate the support of the I for re-election to the office of As you no doubt are aware, a Con- .
voters of that district In' the approaching I 'stitutionai will .
amendment be submitted i
r Sheriff of Osceola County, subject to
"WET SYSTEMIS primary. I have ,served to the voters at the next '
WASH"
gen. ,
In the whole field of medicine tho action of the Democratic party at '
four years on the board and feel that the record is oral election, providrm?-fo'r a Senator 1
there is not a healing remedy that I ensuing primary. My
my experience will enable"me to render -I from each county, and It the amendment :
before tho of this and
will repair damage to the flesh more people county ,, '
better service to my, constituents be adopted, my term of office
A SENSATION quickly than BALLARD'S SNOW I Invite the most searching; Investigation -
than before. ,
ever will expire April, 1919
LINIMENT. In cuts, woundo, sprains, of it. If again chosen I promiseto ,
tt
O. R. BASS.
In view the aboIf honored by
t burns, scalds and rheumatism, itlbealina use the same diligence for the conservation of .
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of the law and order in the re-election should the amendment be "
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and penetrating is ex FOR SCHOOL COl\IMISSIO"lEn.:: '
Just fast the learn of our power
as as women rejected, I shall mot toa candidate
traordinary. Price 25c, 50c, and $1 I hereby announce myself u candidate future as I have used in the past.
plan they become: converts to the luo er'uWilY per bottle. Sold by Osccola Pharma to represent, School DUtric';' No. j Thanking you for your confidence in to su cccd myself. ''I'

: to relieve themselves of the bane of cy.-Adv. 2. Cnn pl'ell-and solicit the a'jppcrt the past and earnestly solicit your ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. .

j of the Democraticoters of tit,,* fnaUict. support in the coming primary. Sincerely FOR REPRESENTATIVE ,"
their existence: ---THE WEEK'S WASH.
J. O, .LAXISII. yours,' L. II. INGRAM. To the I Democratic) voters of Osceola '},J
ORLANDA MAN HIGH
County:
FOR TAX : i
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I COLLECTORI

Let Us Explain it to You.WE GUN AT SHOOT HERE I hereby for County announce Commissioner myself a candidate from-, hereby announce my candidacy representative I hereby announce the my next; candidacy Legislature as- ,.j

from Osceola county, subject to
I I for the office of Tax Collector of Os-
of-a the will of the Democratic voters in t
Speaking practice shoot held ceola county, subject to the Democratic
===== ALSO = Dem-ocratic
ARE (the Juno .
Ir I here last Thursday by the Kissimmeeand I Primary of June 6th. 1 belieVe ; ( pnmaty.Having served' one term in the' t,
that 1 am fully competent to fill
Orlando Gun Clubs, the Orlando Legislature I feel that, if elected to '(
FOR STATE SENATOR.::" this office tp; the satisfaction of the
Expert Cleaners and PressersOUVR'S Reporter-Star says: taxpayers and promise if honored by serve again, I will be I hotter fitted to ;

.. "One of the best shoots of the sea- I hereby announce, myself a candi- your ballots!, to give my best attention consider the various measures that

son was held at Kissimmee yesterdayby date for the office of Senator from and ability to fulfilling the ,duties come define the Legislative Body. .!
I will appreciate andif t
your support
the members of the Orlando Gun tho Nineteenth Senatorial District incumbent upon me.I .
chosen to fill the position i will Serveto
Club, who were guests of the Kissim- comprising the counties of Orange, will appreciate your support and ..
the l btst of ability.
I' mee club. Turner Evans made the Seminole and Osceola subject to the vote. my i
SUITATORIUM N. C. BRYAN.
best score, breaking out of 100 action of the Democratic primary to GURDON H. CLARK. ,\

i'tar ets, He made a straight run of 57 be held June the 6th, 1910. ---- --'- I l'Oli.Slil)] : :RIFF 1I t

shooting like this will put him }n I respectfully refer you to my past FOR corviY: JUDGE -'- !

PHONE 61 the state championship which will be legislative record. If honored by I 11111 a iiimiicl.ittfor/ the office of '

held at Kissimmee on the 18th and election I shall not be a candidate to I hereby anounre my candidacy for I Sheriff of (I-'ola> | ('ou'ty and uillappietiuto I
mh re-election to the office of County
succeed myself. ,
Judge, subject' to the action of the your support' in the Primary -
Those who were at the shoot from GEORGE W. CRAWFORD. <.!It ('!HIM to I"l held. 1 June (6th.
Democratic Primary of June fith,
Orlando were T. H. Evans. C (G. 1910.; T. M. MURPHY. If elected) to tint office, I pledge

W.-st-I"ott. R. L. Holland, J. P. Holbrook Twenty-five tarpon, weighing from my horn.st cndeiiMir to enfone the

St. Cloud Carl Dann, E. A. Cadenas, AI 56 ao to 135 pounds, is the record ofa FOR TAX COLLCC1OR laws with impaituility and l to devote

Department Hupple and J. C. Otey The trip was week's! fishing in the Gulf and bays I my entire time. to the duties incumbent

I I made in Carl Dann's Cadillac. around Fort Myers. To the people of Osccola County: upon the office
f
In' announcing my candidacy for : CLAY JOHNSON() JR.
NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN ----' re-election to the office of Tax Col- --
C. A. CARSON, President. N. C BRYAN Secretary. lector FOR SHERIFF
SPECIAL, CORRESPONDENT::" for Oaceola County, I desire to ..... s
state that if effected, I promise to .

r The Waters & Carson give) the same personal supervisionto I hereby announce my candidacyfor
The New England Society met May' picvjc dinner was served by the ladies, the office as I have done hereto- the office of Sheriff of Osceola

9th in the upper G. A. R. Hall. lifter which the time was pleasantly fore. My record in office speaks for county, subject to the Democratic

.' t .Ppenlng song, "America. spent with stories sand/ conversation. itself. C. L. BANDY. Primary. If I am honored by the

F Minute\ of last meeting were read 1'tS' Alyea, went to Sanford on Grocery Company FOR voters of this county, I promise to
by Secretary Jane Warner and approved Thursday for a few days. I' COUNTY COMMISSIONERTo devote all of my time and energy to
the
e Democratic voters of Coun- the duties of the office and
at read,. J\lr and Mrs A. E. Drought and to enforce ,
Warner- dlilll ntel", ,Alice, spent Thursday in ty Commissioners District No. 2: all the laws of the state without par
Solo by Miss Jane ,I I
"* Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES hereby announce myself a candi- tiality and to the best of my ability.L. .
Violin solo by C- K. Hendrix accom Ki.snmii date to represent district No. 2 and M. WHIDDEN.

panied by Edith Harrod. Misc.es .jFJeda+ and Lottie Doolittle, solicit the support of the Democratic

Solo by Mis Eda ,L. Epple. I who; have been teaching here this winter voters of that district. FOR CONGRESS '"

Solo by Mrs. Drought., ,, left Tuesday evening, for their ." B..G. HANCOCK. ---- .
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It was moved that the meeting ad home,it Carbondale, Ohio They'were ;',))1' < l' .. , f) I hereby announce my candidacy i'
,
journ till the second Tuesday in Octo.ber. -I accompanied home by their sister, Mn.Morrm ;;,;,\", ; ,', :" ."..",I\-I\1l"\\ ,,J! "'""0,!'- , COUNTY, JUDGE for renomination as Representative!' ,. I
t I'" .i", tII "ll'-'I'T-' :!--',t:("?'iJiI':' Goodrich and baby Mason.'*"* 0 . . . .,..._.,. + . .11.f :,,0444. .. O 0 ..000000 f v' i ';} t/--e( 'i""We in Congress from the Fourth C 4gre'ssional -",
," r j r"''rv "J"'I"'d."' ">- j( are authorized
Bert Gessford left Tuesday morning The St. Cloud Veterans' Association .'' : % announce District Clt Florida, subject ,
ti to spend the summer near Champaign ney> at-2 p. m. The choir and audience 0 WE SELL ,* WEEDY: 4 James; W. Lilly as a candidate' for to the action of the Democratic Primary ''

Illinois. was rdll'd to order by President Ken- 0. HAY ** 0 .0 County Judge; subject to the action to be held on June 6, 1916. I
of the Delmocratic
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Garner and twodaughters Bft'ijf America. Invocation by Chaplain O 00 BIDES 4O primary to be held ehall make as active a campaign as

left Wednesday for Somerset Northrop. Song "Massa's in the Cold. GRAIN O June; 6, 1916. the duties of my office will\ permit.

s ; X'Dr.rohn/ Cold Ground," by choir. Minutes of 0' 4' FURS .. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERAt I appreciate to the fullest extent '?
FERTILIZERS O
: on- who has been the guest I' previous: meeting read and approved; 0 WOOL 4 the support rendered me. during the .1

I for a few days of her cousin, Mrs. A Annonxcments of the Ohio and New 0 SHINGLES 4 0 4O the solicitation of my friends I last primary, and f sincerely trust '

a B. Daniels, left Wednesday morning : England: associations were made. The 0 O AND 4O hereby announce myself a candidatefor my conduct has been such as to merita
for her home at Lake* Alfred, Fla I first to meet in Oak Park on Wedn s- ORANGE BOXES O 4 County Commissioner from Dis- continuation of same. ';
0 0 ALL 4
W. S. Alyea spent Tuesday in Orlando i may 10- at 2 p. m., and the other in G. QRANGE WRAPS, 0 0O trict No. 5. If elected I pledge myself W. J. SEARS.

'W. S. Alyea returned Monday I-A R. Hall on Tuesday May 9th, at I 04 COUNTRY to faithfully discharge the dutiesof FOR
evening after a three weeks' trip to St. 2 p. m. I VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 the office. J. II. WALKER. i MEMBER SCHOOL, BOARD

Joseph; Mo.Mesdames. A collection! amounting to $2.11 was I 0 O PRODUCE 4O
Porter- Ferguson, Clark, taken. 4 CRATE NAILS O I FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT::" i! I hereby announce my candidacy
0 O 0 0 j,
for
Derham, Coyle, Buckmaater, Kreps Mr. Charles Miller, in charge of the 0000000400000000 0000000000000044We I, re-elettion as a member of tho

y Ferris Ryan, Edwards- McGill, Zimmerman social hour, presented the following excellent Standing upon my record during i] County, School Hoard from District :!
' Ryan, all picnicked at Fish program: tell field and garden seeds of all kinds., the past term, I wish to announce to I I''No. 2. I have given my best effort, 'i

lake on Wednesday. Song by the choir, "Red, White and Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. the Democratic voters of Osceola i to the duties of this position during *

y Dr. J. S. Stewart, who has been Blue." Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. cotmiy: my candidacy to succeed I the present term and earnestly solicit ,

4 'pneding the winter here left Wednesday -"I Recitation. "Popping Corn," by Mrs. _; We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pricei self in the office of County mY-I the support of the \Democratic! votersin r

morning for Topeka, Kas. Marskie. on fertilizers. tendent of Public Instruction. If the coming primary. I pledge myself >i

4 Forrest Lake, candidate for Congressman I Accordion solo by Mrs Dingle two believe that record to be a good one, continued conscientious serv- "f f
4 In opposition to W. J. Sears, numbers. I will appreciate your vote and sup- ice if again honored by your ballots. ',

t was in our city on Wednesday. but as Piano solo, "Dance of the Wild :::::"" :::::::: port at the primary,, June 6th. WALTER BRONSON. \)(
4 C. E. YOWELL.
Mr Sears is very popular here, he Flowers, by Miss Edith Herrod For

BCC ma to have had a quiet reception. an encore she played "Marching Thro- FOR CLERK OF COURT STATE COMPTROLLER ;

r Mrs. Lulu Atwood and Miss Almeda Georgria. '. ,

. t Arrowsmith, who have been teaching Reading "The First Banjo," Rev. YOUR BESTENDEAVORS To the Democratic-voters of Osceola "

this winter in Petersburg, will ar- Kenney. For an encore he gave "A County "
a live here Saturday evening for thee Deed of Horror."
tAre Thanking you for your kind I
summer. Violin and piano duet, "The White in the support
I
best past, hereby .
A, Robert Gibbs, mail clerk on'tlle SeaBoard Seal." and "The Man Behind the Gun you utilizing your myself announce ,
candidate
as a for .
reelectionto ,
Air Line between Miami andKey Comrade Dodge and Edith Herrod, endeavors to promote your r_ ; 1 the office of Clerk of the Circuit 9 r;
West, is spending a few days herewith Recitation "Mother's School" by .' <
financial interests? An account t.c'::: Court of Osceola County at the Democratic Of,
friends this week. Mrs. Cfvermore.Miss .
i Mrs. Kltt'! with us will jive the strongest a primary, June 6th, 1916, and ,
Coates and young eon Goldie Grove as usual, delight ypu t earnestly solicit /-

' returned to her home in Winter Park: ed the audience by reciting "The Dying incentive to build up a sub- a l se elected to the office your I assure support. If that re- '!"'

r. Sunday evening. Hobo and the Flag." I will you
stantial fund credit. give you the samefaithful
at
to and
7d Postmaster Johnston is your sa
attending
Mrs.
a Reading, "Weddings, Dodge. Impartial service that I
postmasters' convention in Ocala on Comic monologue, Comrade Sill. 4% Interest Paid on Savings ored to give in the past.have endeav-

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of Recitation. "The Old Hen," Mrs. Accounts. Very .(
respectfully,
r this week. Marskie. ,
I J. /'
L.
*: Mi I>* Annie Farr Is sick at the hospital OVERSTREET.

! 'I with} a sore foot, but we hope she FOR SHERIFF ,I

;c will coon be able to be about again. I ....

f' Mr. and Mr. L. S. Brown and little a ITIZENS BANK >-KlSSIMMEE I will be a candidate for the office 9 F o,

ly' sin, Paul. left Saturday last for Aclc- of Sheriff of Osceola county at the .

1:: ley, Indiana. BEST primary in June; and solicit the

: Ine New York Association met on || SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT] port of the Democratic voters. sup.If ij,,: I

f{ Tuesday< In Oak Grove Park the men BLOOD elected I will give my entire time and ( 1

!Pz to fat up the seats and tables while aTh attention to the duties of the office. .I
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1' Stro. Withstand, DIRECTORS: JAMES; H. SMITH. -
r the Neat MEDICINE r
.5,' Summer Better Tna the Weak ofn PROSECUTING E. P. THAGARDof

&I I Old people who are feeble,and yoa o FOR RHEUMATISM ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON I hereby ATTORNEY Marion County
people who are weak}wWbestre.KthecS '. -.'''' <,*.> ifdi.a '.. ; 'ft annQunce, my candidacy
'.If!L s ad enabled to jro through the depressive for prosecuting; attorney of the Coun C...Ji.r.1.e
?( heat of summer by taking regularly PRICE JILO FULLPINTBOHLE. ,,F. W. HILL J. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS ty Court of Osceola County, subject STATE COMPTROLLER i .
v '.Tasteless
!'Ii' Gro+ ChUl Tonic. It purifies to the action of the
.I f,, f,t end enriches the blood sail bolide a p mary of Jane Democratic pri <- !*. a.af ,A

the whole system. Sue. Ta!' i. 6.W.. B. CRAWFORD. Democratic? PrimarU

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lil TO THE CLASS, e' OF" 1916 .,t A H 4r,

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The Ideal. without the dominating force of pow. Drive the thought of smoking' out of .
Text Proverb xxliivlU or, then we are like a Vessel at sea I your mind. Do not go where"you will .
T. "For 'as a man thinVeth'. : in his subjected to counter currents without be tempted to t nterjtaln : '
heart; so is he". n rudder, ;When' we determine I the thought, of smOkl'jg'", Do not
For one to institute a comparison what thoughts we chill' entertain thenwe 4 begin to" dwell on how pleasant it JQBBERS'F3EK :
T between! the real and,the Ideal, in this i hall begin to assume' control of I would be to have a ,"good smoke", }
&i very realistic age,may be deemed visionary our craft We may.'noi.' in the beginning 'You compromise yourself when you ,
if not' Utopian, Still this I ol these efforts be able to deter. !btegin to toy with temptations Never
dare to do, assuming all risk of being: mine what thoughts shall enter our I .give the devil a dare Many a boy .A.N"X: >> '
considered impratlcal. The real and mind, but we certainly should deter- hag lost his manhood and his. life j' by

'-, /the.ideal should not be brought into n.me what thoughts we should enter! the, cigarette habit and all such habits .
contrast, as if they were separate and ,lair. The' quaint John Ploughman I, were formed,, be auso' men set the
independent entities. The ideal is+said: "We may not be able to prevent example of smoking. For a boy tolme Drummers' Samples
lather the cause of which 'the real is I 'a. bird from flying over our heads i I his manhood before he has it, is
t the effect in all matters of intelieci hut we certainly are able to,prevent, I I like I plucking and trying to eat an unripe .,.
4 i ( tual thought and of material 'ad. lone from building a nest in our hair." I persimmon.Let .A.T
'vancement The very first effort we make to con. us take one other concrete
trot thoughts is a vital towards !
our step
case:
There be some Who rejrara the conditions WHOLESALE PRICES
ot 'life, .and the problems of Its accomplishment. Even I Do you have naturally a high temper J> a
though at first We' should fail the
i : our daily existence as mere chance ,which sometimes dominates you!
i and they come upon us with no reference the failure virtue will of not the be'in effort the gives effort promiseof and Most people of energetic disposition'! ]l ONE: : : wEEx: : C>:N"L.'SZ': "
, to law, and that we era: in no have high tempers. One without tem- r
ultimate contributes -
Nothing
success.
to be held for them. per is usually worthless. The evil connected -
way responsible
t
j more to self mastery than this:
To my way " l' chance in all this universe of mind to it until one becomes easily irritated -
and you will.find that each ef
,J or matter,. Everything from the ; easily provoked unpleasantto r
'Con will bring nearer and nearer C
you
i( flight of hn insect to the'"movements the goal of success. your family and friends and sometimes CLOSES SATURDAY May 20th
i d of a.. planet proceed upon the lines of a real menace to society. J ,
There various of
I immutable laws We may but sel- are ways drivingout Uncontrolled it leads to the most 4t >>
i undesirable'thoughts. disastrous of consequences ending EVERYTHING MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
(t operating; 88 1. By indirection. That is by not infrequently in murder- Now cana ]t

: produces ;f editions, but they exist thinking of something else. Sing a really high irritable temper be perfectly -i -
I -nevertheless. It should be the honest' song; look another way; pray. controlled? Unhesitatingly,
'l : *- endeavor of all thinking creatures to v 2. By physical action; wash the yes. How is it to be done ]1 I We have purchased a big line of dry goods from one of the

; ascertain the laws of our being and face; bump your head or pull your 1. Consider the desirability of have l largest DRY GOODS JOBBING AND WHOLESALE HOUSES, which
''j set ourselves patiently and intelligently hair. ing a perfect self control. Regard it we secured at prices lower than EVER BEFORE, because this JOB-
'1 to the task of working in har- 2. By direct will power. Compel as practicable as well as possible to ] BING HOUSE is closing out its entire line.
,*t mony with these laws. In this way jour thoughts to line up)in some other gain complete control of yourself.
' alone, shall we be able to obtain the WU)". / Resolve to make the desperate battle We mean to give our customers the advantage of this GREAT {{
i I" most desirable resulta in our lives Axiom-Our character is the sum and resolve to gain a victory., 1 t SAVING and are preparing to offer these goods at figures less than
j
here and hereafter. total of habits. Note
our carefullythis
Ask the Lord to help
you. Begin now. they can now be bought at WHOLESALE.
1 i. 1. Thought force underlies all chain of logical reasoning: Never put it off for the future to be- .
(conscious human action Some things Every conscious act, is the result of gin. Now is the day of salvation. This.stock includes a complete line of dry goods and notions,
i we do Involuntarily. We sleep, thought This act repeated, time and Begin now among which are the following well-known items:
breathe, look, listen' rink the eye, time again, becomes a habit. The 1. Avoid all things that would or- :
and our hearts beat Involuntarily. Yeteven sum total of our habits shows ourcharacter dinarily irritate you. 2. Keep away VENETIAN CREPE, DAMASKS, COLONIAL TISSUE, JAP
these' actions are largely am<'na- ; and our persistent character from irritable nervous people, at least
CREPE, OARBARDINE, DERIGO PLISSE, NOVELTY GEISHA GAS-
hie to the will We may keep awake becomes our destiny. for the time 3. Check the feelingof ,
,stop breathing, for a while, resolve to ]In the breaking up of a bad habit, anger the moment it arises. 4. CON LAWN, ORGANDIES, MARCELLA MULL, NEIRBULETTE, CRE-
not look, to not wink an for the first thing to determine is if it Is Compel yourself to think of
eye a something PONA CHECKS, PERCALES, SAXONY CLOTH, UTILITY GINGHAM,
peruxl. !, and I under careful, intelligent' really a bad habit. If it is, then it else. 5. Keep your mouth shut.
endeavor may measurably control the I should be broken up. Then if it When you have succeeded once, do VICTORIA MADRAS POPLINS, QUEEN CLOTH, HANOVER SHEETS. I z

)beating of the heart for a time. But I should be abandoned, you must aban- not think that the victory is gainedfor PILGRIM PRINTS, MERRIMAC SHIRTINGS, WHITE GOODS OF,ALL i,
all other activities are positively: don it Go about it at once. Inl"teadof all t.ime. and thus be off your KINDS, RIBBONS OF ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS, LACE CHECKS
to bad habit
resolving
amenable to the will. quit a some guard. But think that as you have
, -f" Thin is fundamental: time in the future do it now. We succeeded once, you arc going todo, GRENADINE DIMITY, LINEN PEARL1 BUTTONS, TOWELS AND

Every conscious act is produced by practice self deception when we resolve so again. Keep yourself under guard.Do TOWELING, EMBROIDERY, ORCHID CAMBRIC, DUCHESS
thought. So that the actions af all to break up a bad habit some not boast of your victory yet.
intelligent people are dominated by other time'than' right now. We have Watch out. By continuous effort, you ,, BLEACH, ETC., .

will power, for will power, in its last no other time and then we do not will succeed and keep on succeedinguntil We have also purchased a complete line of DRUMMERS' .
analysis, is I will be what I will be. mean it. finally you will actually growa
.I, SAMPLES. This includes all kinds of MEN'S WOMEN'S and CHIL- '
Repeat this over and over again, I Let us take a concrete example: sunny cheerful sweet disposition, '
I until it reaches the subconscious, and Smoking. That is a habit. Purely and that will be worth more than DREN'S FURNISHINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, BELTS, !
places itself upon the motor track of ''a habit. We were not born to smj4je.l gold yea than much fine gold sweeter MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS. KNIT ,UNDERWEAR, CORSETS
the brain, and so becomes ,an essential Smoking is not at all natural. We also than the honey of the honey- COMBS, and in fact everything that can be found in any up-to-date
part of your being. I will be what I learn to smoke. It is frequently hardto comb. The sweetest natured person furnishing store.
will be. learn and is often accompanied persojq that you have ever seen is not
.,' Just so long as we regard ourselves with most disagreeable physical re- naturally,MO, but habitually so. ,
. ; to be the victims of chance, in love, sults., First consider whether it is Remember that a match when first -
In labor in art or In destiny Just desirable to break up this habit Is it lighted, may be blown out at once; but All of these goods are New Spring and Summer
,I I'o'r' long will we,be driftwood on the useful! Does it help one mentally If let burn and touched to flamable
I : of time and we had just'as well physically spiritually? Is it healthful articles, may produce a conflagrationthat I Stock and no old or shop-worn goods are included. j

yam- neither intelligence_or, soul so ? Is it not a narcotic poison? Is I. a fire department cannot. extin We Guarantee This Statement to be True.
far as human destiny is concerned.On it agreeable to other people? Is it guish.
the contrary when we assume not objectionable to sensitive people No man is better than his habits of
control of our craft guiding }U according that a gentleman has to ask permis- thinking. We become very good, er I Here's Your Chance to stock up! with your Dry
o to the laws of our being then sion from ladies before he may smokein very bad, according to'our habitual
'? may we be said to be the masters of their presence? Consider its cost; way of thinking whether our habit- Goods Needs at Prices which are really AS LOW OR
destiny.. has not many a fortune gone up insmoke ual thoughts' are good or bad. ,
our won _n" .. LOWER than the GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT AT
- II- abits. T What does It give In return! A man is known by the comany he
It has been said that we are "creat- I A poisoned breath; a perverted appe- keeps. Should we keep the company WHOLESALE.HERE
e urea of habit" and this is measurably tite; a depleted pocketbook; all from of bad thoughts, no power in the uni- .
correct. But we may and should form a useless and disgusting habit, and a verse is able to prevent us from being
our own habits. They are neither habit too that binds you in fetters to (Continued on page 9.)
the result of heredity or environment. break which costs a mighty effort. Is ARE A FEW BARGAINS :
: These are quite influential, but not your blood the 'purer; your digestionthe
'. absolutely operating causes. By better, your breath the sweeter or
v thought power we may contract goodor your teeth the whiter because of this MUSTANGFor MYTSLIN
: bad habits; and by the same power habit. Now if after considering these
'; we may break up good or bad habits and other good reasons, the questionis Bleached, Soft Finish, 36 inches wide 121c quality
whether you will be governed by Sprains, Lameness,
\ No .habit Is natural. All habits
1 aic formed ,reason or appetite. If you thing that Sores, Cuts,.Rheumatism 12 Yards for Dollar '

: We may go to church or we may ,all things considered you had bettor Penetrate. and Heals. _
'1 fail to attend church from habit We break up the habit resolve to do it Stops 'Pain At Once
Jf eat sleep, walk, talk, look chew now. Not after you have used up For Man and Beast 122c PERCALES
\
,. >,crutch: sniffle, swing the arms, what you have on hands; but now
&
25c.5Oc.$1. At All Dealers.LINIMENT.
1{ study, talk about others, (criticise You will gain a great victory for your ASSORTED PATTERNS A BARGAIN
ethers, praise others, become easily will power by quitting Instantly. That ,
't\ o '(Jd'J) say ugly or nice words, victory will determine others, and ..
"' keep our appointments, fail to keep will assert the strength of your(' will. 9 CENTS t

'; our appointments, pay our debts, or --- _
;, mil to pay our debts polish our shoes 4frfi YGC lS 4C r000 fi4 dS"M4ri< ? ? ?? ?
/ or let them go unpolished, brush our EMBROIDERY

"; teeth, 1 Peep or Ipt a them tidy appearance go without, brushing or go $12.15 Birmingham Ala. 50' pieces in edges, new and clean, great 'value 5c

1 slouch:})', be polite or rude be selfish ,
''of, or unselfish, be haughty or agreeable, at 10 and 12Zc .
be attractive or unattractive all from '
and Return
I force of habit. -
_y'' Thought should control habit, oth- 15c WHITE LAWNSIn
st erv/nt we are to be classed as un- Acc ount

thoutrhted, and unthoughtedness of sins. cov- U. o. "V'_ RE-UNIO: : :: : ]:J.IIIIIiT Plain Stripes and Fancy Effects '
! era a multitude
.(;. A very practical matter here presents .. / 10 CENTS
.,< itself: May we control our TICKETS SOLD MAY.. 13th TO 17th "

thoughts? Unhesitatingly, I answer, Limit May 25th, but limit may be extended
: ;yes. :Most: people do not. But all to June 14th by depositing ticket with THESE ARE ONLY FOUR OF THE HUNDREDS OF BARGAINSWE
.; ,#cp'c' can, and so all people should. .
;) This] cannot be done however without Special Agent ARE OFFERING. THE OTHERS are JUST .AS GOOD AS THESE.Let .
iI. .' Us SHOW YOU.QUALITY. .
'r effort. Should we allow ourselves VETERAN'S SPECIAL _
Ali 1; to fallow the current of our thinking
Leaves Jacksonville May 14th, 9:00 P. M. .

Arrives Birmingham May 15th. 12:00 Noon .
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blood which cause constipation, malaria ATLANTIC COAST LINESTANDARDRAlLROADOFmESOuni C. W. DANN, Manager ''t

rheumatism, sores,..ulc rs, pim-
"'?plea, etc. Get it at Osceola Phatma- .
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FACE 4 THE''' 1ISS1MJIEE: VALLLT' GAZETTE FRIDAY, MAY 12. WW.



Gazette lowing the line of reasoning set forth, he i i. entitled, (supporters held .the deciding power!"in 'the second .ooo..o.oo.o.ooooo.o... .ooo..o. .oo.. .. ... .o.oo. .

The Kissimmee Valley both by his record and precedent, to re-election. If 1'primary and were often found to use it in a'piratical

the constitutional amendment proposed i i. carried Banner to even up.' score made during the first; SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

.....,....ed B.erv Frlaaj.a his term would be only two years and should it not but nobody denied thai it was a real enoughtest. I .

OH.. V.lle c.Je_.. ...I...._.. au-tmmt**, rim. carry he pledges ,I himself not 'to be a candidate-for Well, the preferntial. or first and second choice AND OSCEOLA COUNTY :

re-election. In one instance: he would serve only ballot, accomplishes precisely the same result'at one .
W, B. HAIUUf AND . ,VAWS A r..d tlr..aer. .
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K. IOn 74A IIOLIIIo E4M r4004P6464e - .
'---"-- entitles\ Osceola county...- [piratical practice of the second: primary. I - -
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..--...... ...... j+I u The key to the preferential ballot-the thing thai Conspicuous ,mile posts are being i"good time and many profitable lie.

Copr.-On Tear ........--a--...,.' fl.S* TRIPLET1. AND SEARS. I[makes it work true and reach an infallible resultis I erected from Loufrhman through Kis sions. A more, interesting: pleasant;
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On"n* Copy.Cop,.. 81s Three Month.Month-..._?........?..!'__?... .7* ........ :- i t&lIying--in the counting. The tally must be so,, simmee to Orlando and, through KI. and satisfactory Florida Preu'AlSo-was,
simme to.St. Cloud each accurately never beldby'he,
I. "- kept as to classify the second choice \'otes.to; show .
resigning editor of the St.Cloud . -
7, AU eomitiunlcatlon. .zi our authorized l lt S. J. Tripleltfin at, :not only to what candidate each second choice vote stating the di.t.arIf"mlle.* from and ciation.Kissimmec. '
t orrecpondvnt, must b* Icnod by the writer.. ) Tribune: because) he refused to take'order. but from which first choice candidate it to each place.-Florida Grower, St Cloud and all South .t
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will not 1M l'etur..od utll. M called goes came.
matter Land
Rejected; of the The Seminole t
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from the paper
owner i i4- Florida{ ant person connected!! '
fr.' There are several forms of tallying to this) purpose, every
and Investment Company, declares that his "oppo I but of 'them The Klsslmmee .Board of Trade has with the annual convention of FlorIda I(, :l\fl,
here.
,,. eeco,4.C'I..a(Ent-ed In the m.ttei.roetofne) .In Kl'..<.*..... Fl .rlda. I sition to the re-election of Congressman W. J. Sear think we the are law'not should considering have adopted any an official f We'rm. named June f>ti as"'"Tick: Day,". when' editors' should receive the con. *...

t. is based wholly upon my firm conviction that he for the tally-sheet at well 'a* ,the ballot. and tfcus !Will bo held a meeting looking to the (vat.utat.iollaand expressions of gratitude .-
favored the interests rather than the people in the '
MAY most sucoetiiful way to eradicate! the eUto -Tallahassee
FRIDAY, 121916. I have cut our the bone> of'contention: but it didn' from ( press. :
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._,.. ._-- -- casting. his vote, against the .Keating- Child Labor We fear that 'with the apparent misunderstanding i cattle tick in Osc-eola and adjoining Record.Kisftimmee 10.?., "
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Tr: bill. i :counties Dr. K. M. Nitrhlicrl, of -+- f ;
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' of the second! choice which is really
system sirn
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:-. We say it yet again. In so doing he has made a statement which will I Washington will addreR the meeting is not .especially noted .
t when understood there be difficult
) pie once may no ;
Bulkhead Lake Tohopegaliga. necessarily have to be refuted by those who know among the election officials in getting ''the exact fig Florida; Grower for its shady !!streets but as. tho cap't
ni is fighting Sears
'his history. Triplett not on
past that they should unless they Valley ill of Oficcolu county it tho "
thoroughly
ti v r --11IJ that issue alone for he was against Sears before urea get so The (' Gazette has I posReses

l I Indications point a change in this slogan. ne Keating bill in i ,. :dent occurred. He attacks:: into the law and) study the proper manner' of tally nn editorial "Help' Build the Golf most beautiful site 'for its courthouse r. '
= ing the vote. Especially will this be true in the Coume." And town in ,f
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'I ----" Sears more than a year ago because he, as Congressman onvry that the writer lias.everseen.

of r We expect within' Ih'e'next few months to be of all the people' and not any one class present election when there'are to many contests u', +the state III i realizing' that golf I I" the In' Florida The house itself is not

,h saying: "The'Lake is being bulkheaded." or-section, attended a banquet given by the Traffic which the second choice system will prevail. most popular game for the t northern i "
but with
stated that the especially attractive rare
It is absolutely as tally developed
't -" organization of railroadmen. I necessary tourist and that links must be
Club of Jacksonville, an
f.t With the present progressive city council the Because Sears attended the banquet. Triplett sheets. shall show from which first choice candidate for the visitors.." The tourists t goal judgment it cons located In. the \

*j .. project is nearer to a realization now than ever be- asserted that he was lined up with the railroads I the second choice came in order that the total figure, must be given nome place to play middle of a block covered with fins: .

r t' fore. against the 'people. He had fought 'Sears before I may be correctly determined. Tallahaweo has the only golf course old oak which! wire left in all th efr f f
1' __ Suppose, for instance, in the Fourth Congressional the
with
went t of Jacksonville exeeption -
that time and is only using the Keating bill as a l Nothing that mart '
native enuty. .
t$ The selection of B. C. Miller as head of the< district wtih three candidates in the race tha of the flat one at IVnmicola
his the Congress
further dub vent spleen ; in this
to upon I could do 1 would equal beauty
t Kissimmee Citrus Growers Association was a wise! < no candidate received a maj rity. Suppose tha II Country Club and visitor to the (Hill I II

It I one. Mr. Miller is a progressive, fruit grower and man.Even his is used by Triplet Sean and Lake are high men and Fogarty low City Country Club declare that it in i natural pnik. I.ittls has been done
spectacular resignation of beautification
I by man in the
way
local In order to decide who, the nominee shall be. it wil .haaxards the I
J. should win new honors as the president of the tas another attempt to create sympathy .:r him one of the prettiest, its adornment and little is needed.The .
1( branch of the Florida Citrus Eschange.t Congressman Sears. He :be necessary to count f for Sears all the second choice most attractive and Its poHsiUhliet-lor
and reflection adornment
themselves
; 'cast upon t trees t ar"
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the first choice ballots for Fo-
votes he received on such as to male it one of the best all-
t : wishes to pose as an injured hero because as an enough und afford n striking contrast r.
Business-like sessions characterizing the tf I garty and to count for Lake all the second choice round' courses in the Southern States '
.. are :
employe he refused to do as. he was told by hit I to the 1 bore and sunmorchvlsites .;
of the council. The personnel of voets he received on the first choice ballot for Fo- Tallaliasxee Record
forts present city ''employers. It was his privilege to quit if he didn't'like I of too many of our Florida courthouxcR f
for Sears the
choice
It the council shows a decided progressive will spirit be made and his job, but he nor no other man is entitled to I Lake garty. ballots The second and the second votes choice ,votes on on the I Everey editor-4--who attended the We cannot leave Kissimmco 4 ;j

J in it is the assured city during that the many administration.improvements any great glory for such action. Sears ballots for Lake are .not counted. Tl,' rt'l'ton I State Press Association Annual convention without saying 1\ word ir fpvor of f fr

-----: : i << at Kissimmee was impressedwith the enterprise nnd aestheticism of itscitirvns
for this is plain since if they were counted the voter) n
i' ; :- SEARS' RECORD IS PRAISED. i the admirable end loxtly entertainment ut shown ill its main business .
Celebrating his first in Leesburg, Gilbert would be given two votes and his first choice vote
: year provided and the cordial strort, Broadway us it ill called M
would his sedond choice. -
D. Leach editor of the Commercial issued a fm< i nullify
: bee'n- welcome extended the editors of the Here a wide pi. /a, or esplanade runs 'II pi
,' twenty-page edition which was typical of his en Although he has a member of Congress Here we have the same result as would ob

Leach has made a of the Com ,only about six; months Congressman W. J. Sears, tain in a second primary, and there is no chance sia IA!. for several blocks. Set with .pnlrnetto .
\ { ,terpnse. success
Kissimmee and St. Cloud did them- and oak, with a luxuriant !green ,
and the the 'of Kissimmee. who represents the Fourth District ofFlorida for any influence being brought to bear itpio the
cial I
improvement during past I
yea '
im ..
selves proud. !Award I. sind) I'ro\ HI.I with\ "tt('(' and ;'
that
hat been nothing short of remarkable. has a record for work accomplished voter in a hard-fought second campaign. He votes
The for the convention and bench/Hi, it offers u ,1"'I..inl, contrastto r
plans
'reads like that of a Congressman of a greater length 'Soth primacies in one and his vote counts j'Ht ni I .
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Judge James W. Perkins of the Circuit court I of service. In this regard the Miami Herald has the much as it would if he went to polls at two separate entertainment of the numerous the busy streets of which ,it i- the'!
ciiriu'd. onUr The is bound
guests of the city were out 'newioinei tothink
by his careful attention to the duties of his office, .following/ to say in his behalf: primaries One voter wants Fogarly for Congress f
,, by the absolute fairness which characterises his ad, "Those papers in this district that are for one man but if Fogarty is eliminated he wants Sears or without a hitch and that they wee? ) more fmoi.iMof; KiMiunice..
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carefully Ihi he othci would he
laid with much thought and n i-c is cs
the return of Congressman Lake the be, so he votes his second
another
ministration and by his unquestioned knowledge of! reason or opposing as case may
was evident the rare which I is taken of it- business i.
the law has won a high place in the legal circles of Sears affect to believe that the Congressmanhas choice and that vote counts for the candidate. of his pains
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The editors of the hid 1 limes
state : a "lr't.-T:1I111'1I i
'i the! slate and will have no opposition for election. not been able during his oecuparjcv! of a seat second choice providing his first choice is eliminated. I .
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in Congress, }Jo accomplish anything' "I! value for I u____ ____ t'
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We hope the city council will decide to build that I his district. FLIES-THE SUMMER NUISANCE. : ;I

i new jail for Marshal Overstreet. We are tired of : "They do not take into consideration that Congressman t tI -;- I, r What My Neighbors Have Done i:

hearing George talk about it, anyhow and than. Sears has been a Congressman only about Here's another of those interesting; well-written ,
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about the only way to stop him _,__ .-. *. I six months and yet they seem to think that he bulletins of the State Health Department, upon ( By Milton Pledger s> :"

-: :- ought to make as good a showing in that six months : that homely subject the '"housefly". It's worth J

.. A little bird tells us that the bulkhead commit- I as other Congressmen who have been members of reading. Weave: read it and we recommend it to ---

mittee of the city council has found a tentative I the House for ten or twenty years. I IJ you : Once a lady whose little girl of ,on chundred years and forty days in

means of bulkheading the lake. The exact detail* J "But after all Congressman Sears has a pretty !, Flies-th. everyday! kind that swarm about ut about six years or so, came running the future expectancy. This article,

t, i of the plan are locked in the bosoms of the committeemen good record especially for the short time in which. in clouds as dense a* we will permit-used to be regarded to her saying{: or story as you may be plead: to

'. but we hope soon to announce that the he has been engaged in the discharge. of his Congressional I merely as nuisance. that we had to endure. "Oh mamma'! I just saw a little call it, is a wonderful production of avery I

t plan has been underatktn. ,, ? duties. I I because we couldn't help ourselves. bird fly upon the telephone wire and astute imagination. Few people f
:i| "In a circuar letter to his constituents he calls when it had been there but a minuteit and possibly\ none other than the ,)
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-: :-- the and showed that
: took
matter
that he has accomplished or set But science up of bright gold, writer, could produce its equal The 'l
Real honeit-lo-goodness, league baseball will to mind the thing of lot of troubles had laid an egg pure ,
i district and The Herald submits flies were an unsuspected cause a The wind undertakes to deal with .ondi'e' '
t first in-Kissimmee next Thursday in motion for hit for. It discovered and the bird flew away. story
make its appearance had been able to account
the Kissimmee and Lakeland teams will that the following ,it a record not to be belittled by that no one blew against the wire and and the tions and things as they will poser .
is when that they are filthy beyond any descnptom
t Belt League fair minded man. egg fell off' on the ground and broke bly be in that future day.
of the Orange any
the ooening in and by the inspector
play game that could be put print get
l+ '. season. Citizens generally should atelnd and help I "In conjunction with his Florida colleagues he of the United States Mail Service. In companion,, into ever so many tiny pieces of He. speaks of many many things 1"
has done the following things: sparkling gold and fell on the grass that are not in existence now, and the
the boys.CRITICISM and buzzard models ol
chicken are
encourage : .. in this district. $495- the pig and like rich of them has '
"For rivers and harbors and made the lawn look a operation perhaps never'
-: :- delight in morsels that these '
1 for
they
cleanliness
1 000. Of that sum. $140.000 wa for harbor at lady all dressed in diamonds. been Beriously thought of as possibil

PROVES. UNWARRANTED. '- 1 Miami) also secured permission to use the $100,000()() items of creation would turn from.. Worse and bodies than Her mother turned a frowning ities. lie, speaks of "Air Cops" having "; A.
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their feet ,.
'V,, 4 C' l -S- .' formerly appropriated for construction.work at' that, they carry with them on countenance upon the child. and: severely ,to .be dodged on occasions. v he
first Governor s that.reed inI '
tynen the Senatorial campaign opened 1 * i p j<' those microscopic: germs of disease . L''' .
M.. reprimanded her for tellingwhat people are..traveling' at a rate >- ,111I\\ .
Trammel attacked Senator N. P. Bryan's rec I filth and spread contagion when they come into contact -
sr c i "Survef of.Key West harbor with a view of re [ she termed a deliberate falsehood speed of more than 150 miles an 4
sr the parcel post law. So vehement and wellb [' with humans.
i bra on known the "middle ground. and threatening that if she did hour-the legal limit
''moving what i is as
i foiinded Upon fact Was the reply of Senator Bryar. of Onoshohatchee river. And yet. we-most of us--complacently tolerate "la I thing of that kind a second time Surface transportation facilities, ,>

j; that it wet hoi long until Governor Trammel abandoned I i' "Five"Survey hundred and fifty thousand dollars for the these pests; we permit them to breed and multiply [Ithat she would have her father pun: such as railway trains, have been improved

that line 0'| argument. homes to light on the food we eat '.
of eradicating citrus canker. to infest our ish her severely. upon until they are dustless
6, Senator Bryan is a member of the commtiteon purpose rivers and harbors bill and the agricultural and on the skins of the babies and we make only J' There was another lady who hada smokeless and noiseless. Besides!

on postal affairs and has made a deep study of the: ,.bill "The containing $250,000 for the purpose' of eradicating feeble protest by screening against them and not little girl that ran to her mother's this they are encased in tubes and "

|rj matters pertaining t to the operation of. the country'ipostal .I, citrus canker have only passed the House but by destroying their breeding places. room and related the following story: I protected! from outside interferences in ;:

system. So much has he studied the question the Senate. Ninety-five per cent of all cases of typhoid fever "Mother while I was in the yard' the way of ohstiuctionx and being
4 that he is rated one of the few postal experts will probably pass I and most of them J
as infection
"Succeeded having a contract let for"the originate through, 'insect I saw an OJAU'U! big 'black bear come .hut out fiom the 1 surrounding air,
i in the Senate. That this is true is shown in the I I in We dread the visitation of the dis- '
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of deepening and improving the St. Lucie { through flies. trotting into' the yard and stopped are capable of making an unthought ;
t' following letter written in reply to the inquiry of at I purpose indifferent to the probable cause. then I -:
Inlet. I lease, but we are and looked at me a little and I of rate of speed the minimum being

interested voter: placed Lake Okeechobee. |I Recent vesdgatoin seems to indicate that infant went to the watering place and drunk j I 140 miles in' 40 minutes. :z;
"Had lights on
Mr. E. I I. Wartman. Citra. Fla. I boats for Key West. I paralysis.'which i i. increasing in the United States and then went trotting away, and I In that day he has it that science
"Secured torpedo )
My Dear Mr. Wartman : -Your letter of Apri I I is caused by fly-borne infection -
from the committee that the with alarming: rapidity was not afraid a bit"Her will have !teamed its lesson so well ;
"Has promise
21st has just received. Of course I am thorough!} of $60.000 a will bt appropriated for the purpose -| and other most serious ailments are traced I mother said: "Mary how did that the government bureau has taken !

familiar with the record Senator Bryan has made as i 'sum of holding the annual shoot of the National in part at least, to the same source. : you come to think of a pretty story over titlepossessio and ownershipof a

k 'member of the Senate Commottee on Post Office!!I ) Florida"Introduced: r Science usually finds a remedy for most humantroubles. I like that, did you have a dream about I the weather with all its heredita
which he Guard in .
record of
and Post Roads. It' is a mayjUltly YU': :; a bill for the purpose of repairing Its searchlights" in' these.modern times are It7''! ments and appurtenances:, That the Lad 1

feel l proud. and arduous end improving postoffice building at St. Augustine. being turned more and more to prevent these trou- The child answered: I conduct of the weather h"as been en,1,1

b fie has with painstaking diligence I An has been over the building and a favorable bles by discovering their source and finally by influencing "Mamma I did not have a dream tirely' reformed and is under the en- ."
duties devolving inspector
labor devoted himself to the responsible will be received. men and women to apply them to the about it, ,but I saw a little dog come tire control of "The Meteorological t

upon him as a member of such committee "Succeeded report in advancing the Orlando and De- prevention of disease. And it seems that the matter into the back yard and drink water, Bureau" as its guardian and diapensor ,;

fend by close! application has made of himself in thee an Land poitoffice buildings and plans and specifications of education is' the most difficult problem of all. and I thought how nice 1 could make , so that the conduct of the _:

expert in portal matters. There is no man I will be ready for this July lit and September The fly nuisance can be removed. At least it can up a little story and make the little I weather is the proximate result .t

: Senate who Lap, been more serviceable to the great I'11 1.t. respectively and appropriations have been be so controlled as to lose the larger part of its dog be a bear in the story" ,of the conduct of the Department officials
I have the honor to
Department over which preside work buildings. threatening danger. This is no Utopian dream. "Well the mother said "you made in charge of the i
sufficient begin on
It would be little less made to
p .hn Senator Bryan. establishment should II I "Introduced bills for postoffice building| and It's .a demonstrated fact. Destroy the breeding a' right pretty story of it; you must I citizen pays a weather tax.

M than a calamity! if the postal West Palm Beach and Fort Pierce." places and you will destroy the fly and hte destruction remember it and tell it to your papa and moisture is evenly and

t be deprived ul f his services at (this time.. sites at of the fly will be complete in proportion to the when he comes home"Not ly dispensed to all of the j

4 Sincerely yours, thoroughness with which the breeding places are having an interest in either of their particular /
try (Signed) A. S. BURLESON, VOTE YOUR SECOND CHOICE.
the which mother do
eliminated.We children you necessities require. :;
General.
Postmaster -:-
. Just a few days ago one of our good friends was can. if we will keep our premises clean. We think did right by her child ? They Perhaps the most ht r
share toward reducting the fly pest.' both had a latent talent'for a creative about the whole article is .
of good friends do
our our
SENATORSHIP AND PRECEDFNY.Four : talking politics just as most can '
,
i just We wouldn't single him out for We can't control our neighbor's acts or his peg- imagination. One mother hero a young man of high i islanding
doing now.
: are
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won't do his duty voluntarily we strangled the tendency in the one : and
declaredhe he integrity,
the the of editorial except that he lects and if
years ago the Valley Gazette printed i purpose an and ourselves excepting through the enforce- that would seem to have the strong beautiful maiden besought 1
candidate !
certain can't help
"When the of Osceolat going to "single-shot"
following editorial: county was trouble i is that municipal au- er or more vivid imagination, while : her his hand in 1
although But the all
t the help him to win. In other words ment of law. marriage,
Iby doing
Milton [
created the late John Bryan was so
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was has been the other cultivated the tendency in' hs
not
t of Florida cities was persuaded to do
for the office in in majority ,
four in the race thority a
there
Senator but at the next election Orange county were fact that community health is the weaker. Were it not for our imaginary the will of his
l going to refuse to vote a second awakened to the father who
; furnished the.Senator and E. M. Hammond was question be was
selfishness humanity would be
law he than private interests or powers very old man, was unable
later 'by choice Under the Bryan primary more important :
elected. He succeeded four vote. 11)V
was years
Public sentiment must bring about receding in progress lather than reconciled to this of
candidate "single- greed. change
his by
of giving that could not possibly help or
M. R. Marks, Orange county county protective and preventive climbing Persons with the most of the world :
but the other hand would occupy exactly the enactment of a proper ;
the Senator for eight Mr. Marks was succeeded shotting"" on
i years. such fertile imagination cultivated to the
,
enforce
must enactment fact that he
the who in the daysof laws and public sentiment was and i
served man :
by C A. Carson of Kissimmee, who the same position as the
health be conserved in right end-are most useful people been '
in the secondnnmarv. before'public can a staunch believer in
refused to vote '
eight and was in turn succeeded by Louis C. second primaries t.here.are..
years Florida .
t instance in municipalities of '
who his ...... this direction. .There; are woman suffrage. It I Is
Massey of Orlando has just completed -.1. If the people's
service of eight Then clearly, if precedent is Before the Bryan law Florida:! had double pri- and the largest city in the state is one' strong imaginary pity that we could not .11,
have
years. the efforts to secure such legislative: powers no other value they maids to
''to' be observed itis Osceola's time to have the maries. All candidate receiving majorities over all of them where llerv..a woo the men as
of good and
thwarted by the opposition purpose are goodas
hundred
declared chosen. If no protection have been years before the
l Senator again, and in presenting the name of Arthur opponents in the first were furnishers of and l
through
affected reason
in the first primary, the two interests that would be affected- excusesto story is supposed to
majority
Donegan, the people of this county feel that they one received a ,
E. be skeptics in their condemnation
f stable screening were to of is
all the their pocketbooks no other that ;
it oat in the second primary.' thing :
of
assure the people of Orange county representative high men ran sufficient idea advanced of future
caa: influence to possibilities
The was
''iD the State Senate in every way equal, other being eliminated NoboViy ever objected to made compulsory. Our much toward raising :! i
needed laws the statute neighborly George Allan Eng-
much on
.. conceded that it was fair. It wasa prevent placing the standard of a man. as we
of those who have preceded him t in service in I that:: Everybody :
land. has article .
*x to auty and the time\ was still further postponed an in the current I issue this
and book as
4 body." Cr :' hardship oa candidates; a needless train expense one change lit
.that distinguished the when, Jacksonville citizens might be protectedfrom of Collier's Weekly, headed: By virtue of her
Since that time Mr. Donegsn was elected;and I I ; and led to most vicious campaign; as 6 2016" whichis position
\ : date
about
l"June a
fn ) candidate the first primary and their the I/ (Continued on page'
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Stricture and all forms of diseases of the uretha and prostrate gland cured by out? medical
bougie a method of treatment without pain or detention from business.

Syphilis or Blood Poison cured without the use of injurious drugs where others fail.
Our physicians are Experts in the diagnosis and -treatment of stomach, bowel and liver diseases .

such as dyspepsia constipation, piles, diarrhoea, etc., cured In the shortest. possible time with.
out the use of i injurious drugs. 1

7r Throat, Lung and Nasal Diseases, such as catarrh bronchitis, consumption, asthma, successfully
t treated by our own special methods of treatment. t

Heart, Blood and Skin Diseases, such as scrofula, ulcers, eczema, pimples, etc., especially cases
that have baffled the the skill of other physicians. .

Brain Spinal and Nerve Diseases, such as paralysis, locomotor ataxia, epilepsy, fits, neuralgia,
sciatica headache, sleeplessness dizziness brain and nervous exhaustion, succssfully treated by our
original method.
Rheumatism-Our cure for rheumatism is the most sucessful known.


Not necessary to attend sanitariums, hospitals or health resorts; our medicines and treatment can be taken and applied at home. Each person applying for medical treatment to our,visiting physician or at the home I:

office should bring from two to fonr ounces of urine which will receive careful chemical and microscopical examination. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidentiaL No names published. i



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east, west and south have basked in war, it was my pleasure to remark "

I SEARS LAUDS KISSIMMEE RIVER the bathed balmy in her sunshine placid waters of Florida during; have the in truth and in fact, "There is' "no FLORIDA GAINS 35,000 VOTERS ..IN'I .'

northno .ou.th. no east, no west-'

AND ST. CLOUD IN HIS SPEECH months March and of January for the post February few months and TWO YEARS ACCORDING TO RECORDS 1?

having in truth and in fact, escapedthe : ,Dizziness vertigo (blind staggers),

k*'. : cold and chilling blasts of the sallow complexion, flatulence are ----;;-- ,..
:; The Congressoinsl Record publishin I Navigation Possible. north and having really lived the life symptoms ,of. a torpid liver. No one "
l' With three counties yet to be heard to vote in June. This is against
., __,. separate form the speech, of' "As a matter of fact my friends, worth living, will now wend their way can fetl well whilo the liver Is in a
''"*" 4r.'' I on. W. J. Sears, Congressman from if you would give us the'appropria- homeward only to sing the praises of active. IIERBINE is a powerful, liver from Levy, Jefferson and Clay the total in'the Democratic registration of 82,-
's mulant. A dose or two will registration in Florida counties in 865 1914 election., The follow.
Florida, deliveretd on'April 10; with tion sufficient to construct the neces- the wonderful resources I andpoa.ibilof < -
ing shows the 1916' .
reference to Florida projects in the sary I locks, instead of having1.navigation ities my state and tho hospitality cause all bilious symptoms to disap 1916 over 1914 shows an aggregate registration byparties :
rivers and harbors bill. eight or nine months out of the of her people (Applause.) pear. Try it. Price boa Sold by Increase of more than 85,000. :
Osceola Pharmacy. i-Adv. Democrats ______ ._________. 117,281
the
and sometimes
Mr. Sears presented detailed fig year, throughout "I desire to state to a large per The great and unprecedented increase -
t Republicans __________ ____ 13.864
entire when have the usual l
for St. year we centage of my constituents were formerly in registration shows the Increased
ures as to appropriations -
of rain fall. would have The lightest bloom in the history of Progressives .... .--__..,._- 208
amount
John river Fla. and Fox river Wis, we your constituents, but they are interest which is being takenin
I
Socialists __________ ______ 1,7W.
and drew an interesting comparison navigation the year round In order now, regardless of the state or sec- the citrus Industry at St. Petersburgand the present campaign and If the
Prohibitionionlsts ___ _
____ 162
and answered criticisms which had that you may thoroughly understandthe tion they formerly lived in, Flori- vicinity is the condition of the poll tax payments throughout the
been made as to the appropriationsfor project I will briefly describe the dians, loyal and true and I it'is unfairto state are at all consistent with the Nonpartisan and ma. ___h_ ,988
and the for
Kissimmee river- same. You can take tho boat at Kis- them to raise the cry of sectional- groves prospects are a registrations a record vote will be
In the concluding portion of his simmee, cross Lake Tohokepaliga, a I ism. And to do so. Mr. Chairman, is very short crop next season unless polled on June 6. The increase in Total (8 counties missing. 185,117 r(.
the rains The
speech Mr. Sears said: distance of thirteen miles, then only to criticise those, many of whom come soon. registration shown with three coun- in followlne'IhoWI' the registration ,
"When I state to you that in 1914 through the Southport canal into were but recently constituents of NOTICE Of KKAI.KO BII>H OS SAND- ties still missing not only shows an I 1914: '
ASPHALT HOAI>!i. Democrats ____ _, ____ ..... 82,867
on account of the very dry seasons in Lake Cypress, across Lake Cypress 8yours. but I am glad to say are now increase! in interest, but manifests in I ?
Republicans ____ __________
JJ8-471)
and canal into Lake Ha- Notice IK hereby given that sealedhldW .
through
which made it a constituents of mine. no uncertain: the rise ofFlorida'
our state, practically will IIP received the Hoard of way rapid
by
Progressives ________ _____ 666
the tchinea; then through a system of County Commissioners of Osceola Conn- .
for river navigation on population.
impossible "In order that thoroughly
canals and the old river into Lake you may tv. until 10 a. m. June 12 A. I). 116. Prohibitionists _.__ ________ 97
Kissimmee river, the commerce on understand how rapidly my district is on 38 H miles of road bidders. to flauresaid I According a tabulation from figurjs .
Nonpartisan and mis. ______ 993
Kissimmee and across said ]Icke, road 9 feet wide and 15 feet wideFor .
said river was 36,906 tons, with a growing it is only neceag..ry for me sneclflcatlnns see Clerk Clrcu'l' submitted to Tallahassee, there .

valuation of $828,890- believe that where you reach the Kissimmee river to remind you, that approximately six f'ourt, Klsulmmee'K I.. ""Florida 1SI.F.\ Chairman aro 11,251 Democrats registered in Grand, total .. ___________ 99,479
then down said river to Lako
you will agree with me that the Kis- proper; years ago at St. Cloud, Florida., whatis Attest ; J. 1. OVEH8TUEKT, Florida and by the payment of their The following shows the regts
U.6t Clerk.HK.I'OHT
simmee river project is not only Okeechobee one of the largest inland now known as the 'Wonder City,' I' poll taxes this numberwill be eligible tration this by counties
I lakes in the world then year :
and through
but that the total expenditure while
a worthy one, there was only one house today I OF THK t'O\OITIOv OF "If'':
by the government of $32- ,I Caloosnhatch.ee river to the gulf, or if there are approximately 3,000 : H'l'ATK "''K OK KIXHIM>IKK. mt .

266.16 on said project, when compared you prefer through a. system of canals citizens happy and contented. In this Ida Klmilmmee.: at tae Fl.sat ciao, :a baa1.9.'Mlate of, KlnrHelmutcell. Mq- \I..hu"(.".."U.-_ ._ ._ U..m.ISIS n"I' Prng. flnr. l'ruhl.Non lofl.Pp. and Totals
with the appropriation of the St. constructed by the state without expense I' short time they have built blocks of I Cal 191411 Maker _h _h_.__h. 1149 4TH 4< 12 9 2 _3_ _I_ sUO 399
of with a ton- to the government, and for tho business houses ., Hnv .-- _ 1911 104 I 119 II 15 tlU
Croix river $156,487.34, handsome brick HI'aelr"rd l ....
24S3
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of the l Loans on Real Estate $ 3d.Odd CIO) _. 2U3
draining Everglades, HrevKrd
nage of only 42,335 tons for the year purpose beautiful homes, an ice factory, a Loans on Collateral Security. Hroward _h -. _-._. KIND'711fi 223 fix -4 3D __ 4. 1I8S
1914, fades into insignificance you can reach Fort Lauderdale West three story 'brick hotel', and have Other other than Loans lien.1 and K tate Ills-_ 184000. (10VII Cnlhoun .... _..'h_. 1397 87 25 U _4_ 20 Hit 910
"I also believe, Mr. Chairman, if it I Palm Beach Miami and the ocean; banks electric lights'telephone, cement counts _- ---u-u-r-- 99459 07 rSaV.- __..v.-1: ION _. _S. 1 __ 101.
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72 ___
Overdrafts 2J18
had not been the policy of the committee or you can go northward to Jackson- sidewalk; and paved streets. United Slates Bonds n_p _-u l.SOO HO Columbia. _. _I.I".r"ii i "Sod 2 7 __ -1 111.
ville. Yet, by asking the governmentfor Other Hondo ... 750 OOHanklnir Made -' n.nu 41(10 4811 __ 80 1811 4'11
at the present time not to include Fully eighty percent of these people House- Furnitureand lleHoto -. 4911 29S _ 96 II h __ 5114
$47,000 to give 12 months, ;instead ____.__ l.u.1 - 11.872 16I1U 20
any new projects, that the paltry appropriation us moved to my district from states Fixtures _nuu. 27721 11Other Kwambla __u ---. 6326 934 __ II 11 2 49 11114
Real Estate 2.015 67 9 101
of $47,000 which we are of a possible eight or ninemonths' north of the Mason-Dixon line, and lint from Incorporated Flanks 1421' 94Other Franklin .__ 821 362 __ __ __ 15403
navigation is only to be accused Cash Items: 2.fi59 1\4\ Oadsden 11118 10<> _. 1 __ __ 1484
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Kissimmee river, and of them to Hamilton 1310
asking for the you only have to write any Cash on Hand _ 9.17' 1111( 203 __ 1111
._ l4
of being a persistent and con- tnd Warrants .. 4.flV> 19 Hernando nu 1Hlllsborouich II = -i
continuous navigation lines' dividing County City
which will give us find out whether or not the I .10R 0 1111 __ 2\1 11111
would be granted by the memo sistent follower of the pork barrel the north end the south have I Total __.n_ _____:_.___-$404.928 30 Holmes Jackson -.-..._,2340 11I30 47 u 21 _11_ 41__ 140.
: .. sea __ 24 __
bers of this House at this time. system. been swept aside. A few years ago Stock )Liabilities.Capital '&.Id In .. __$10(1.000 (inRurnlus efTerson _ _ 7 .UO
"For thirty-four years I have livedat Paradise of Tourists. the Grand Army of the Republic met : Fund ._____n__-.-___ 11.000 00 Lake.afayette __ .. --... 1400 less 23vee A :: -i -_-_ :: 1405
Less Expenses - U 16 ,
Undivided Profits ( '! .... 12 au i
Kissimmee, on the shores of Lake "But why take up more of your in my home 'own, and I never saw a and Taxes Paid I. 3.3S7 80 ..eon ._u_. ___n_ 1702 14S 'U 1118 S It 4 7 1141 f

Tohopekepaliga, and I therefore believe time with these facts and figures The. more beautiful sight than't l'e one I,.Individual to Check eposlts----.Subject_.-_--_ lfifi 608 20 Levy.Ibertv"u___-._.- . III" 6o( ISO :: :: :: :: 1114 1171
6, I know and understand conditions charges and imputations have been presented when the oW'soldieis wearing I, Time Certificates Checks _of___Deposit82.2SR___n_ __ 26 23Certified 10 Madison n n _ \filII 43Manatee :: :: :: :: ,1!? +
there. Therefore In order that fully refuted. I will only say, .Mr. the blue marched down our principal -I Cashier's Checks Outstanding 453 2(1Having ( Marlon -. .. ,. .- -- 2074 2R10 1214 179 11 I' I 411 !JJJJ!JJ
my colleagues may more fully appreciate Chairman, that Jacksonville, with her streets and by their sid: marched Bills i Payable: Deposits- -:.::::::::::: 44.266 600000Notes 62 Monroe un_ ..-..- _-.- Zn'l 14* JII I 5.31 1 2 l5 }23SJ"+4

the unjust attack made on said approximately 100,000 good, true those wearing the grey. As they 'All Other and J.lahtlllle.--Cotl.-Hills Rltdlscnunted 11.000 00 Nassau -- 1416 lOSfl 2SOOkaloosa 318 : :: -1 m ij:
river I will briefly describe for what I loyal and patriotic citizens; the picturesque marched down the street: our local I tions on Hand _uu..nn 793 20 Orange OsceolR, .-_ --___ 2992 169 29 194* 11 11 20( 15 It :I'.Jl 2':11:
purpose the appropriation of $32- St. Johns winding her way band played 'Dixie,' and before the : Total _$104,625 10Stale Palm Beac---------- 2024 304 1/1 _e an 14 .....
266.15 was spent and what the appropriation northward from Sanford to Palatka;' last note died away one of the'old and County of of Florida Osceola. .*.: Pasco Pinella-__u ---___.___ n04 1440 107 511 18 12 51 So _10_ 11 2 3611 601
of $3,000 is to cover. Originally tho Indian river with her scenic beau- few fife and drum corps of the days I. ROMA THOMAS Cashier of the Polk Putnam-- -.....-_.... 14t1 41* __ 111 __ 111 t j'
1781.111 1211
above-named do solemnly Wear - .
Bank U 4 18
4 the Kissimmeo river was only ty; and the Kissimmee river Wither of '61 to '65 took up.the strains of i that the above statement Is true to the Bafnte Ross .____ 2S04 14* I. __ I '

,. a short stream but by a system of sweet'aoudlng euphoheous Indian 'YAnkee Doodle. ,On that occasion ''beat of my ROMA knowledge THOMAS and b"U.f.I' CashUr.. 8C Seminole John--________-_-____ 2(8 1272 41 I _I_ 36 I .. _1_ _It 2'1$4.'. '
and needs further defense at Correct Attest: Bt. Lucle ---________ 1686 41 __ .. ; t
canals cut by private parties name no my Mt. Chairman, it was my pleasure to MUlnter' ... 11.7 IS __ J'_ ." Uti p
....' without expense to the governmentthe h nd.. If, however a further defense deliver the address of welcome, and I' C.M. A.KATZ CARSON, Ruwano--? ____________ .2.7 140 I I. fit 11 > i. ..I' lf s

distance now covered by said ap should be needed I only have to, as I.a Southerner and. son of a Con- : Rubcrlbed N. O.and BRYAN sworn-, Director to before' me Taylor V91uela ---_-_-_---_-_-_-_--__'-_-_- Aare 110. too I' 10 /1 . -J 'ii 'sI'y. f

..- propriation Is approximately 137 state to you that during the winter federate soldier, clasped the hand of : this llth day rxJ: .T0P80N ISIS. Walton Wakutta------_-__-_--_--_-_ UII.II 71. u _I 11.1", ._. e.j Iii' !
,-, miles or from Kissimmee to Lake season just coming to a close more' the Commander of the Grand Army of I (N. P..al.' ) Notary PuMlf.MT Waahlnarton lisi IK Sif./ .' ".'" .,. t
than 100,000 tourists from the north- the veteranof the civil commission expires December 51.... Leo sho---------! per 'e.1I.14 aan oyer "I'Q years.. rev/en./ .,.cat. say.
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THE KISS1MMEEALLET"'GAZETTE FRIDAY, MAY 12,191&

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It 1. M I I 10 i M 01 . I i III' H I 1'1'd 011'-0 I M I 0 11..1. {I greatest 'eonf4lnnce.In all our history press reporter f cr the Winter Park tarjr of state, explanation. !gratified,, lit my opinion it is extre ,",

( 1916-18- Society. Ex-State Vice President KUsimmee, Fla., May 11,16. ly improbable-that the votes cast em''
Notes Orlando, district has new leaguesat Harrison and Mr. and Mrs Philip lion IL Clay Crawford, Secretary of June $th can all be canvassed and a "
$ Society $ Shingle Creek HawtAorne and Dale with Mrs Denning, 'I n :-Urne State, Tallahassee, Fla certificate issued to the successful can. 'I'

CampVille, all donlg efficient service. district:! Junior workpr, were old Dear. Sir: I hereby withdraw as, a didatee for delegates to this convention
I It. (Mattie Belle Harris, Editor) Gainesville) district has a Knights friends met. candidate for delegate .from ,the'state in time for them to arrive In St." 'ui. ",
of Ezelah and a Senior league at After Winter Park the Robert Hun- at large to* the National Democratic by,the opening of ,the convtntiori.

Request Is made to'all patrons of the Valley Gazette to end items Kendrick and a new Junior at Red- gerford (colored) School with its convention, which meets in' St. ..Louis'on If enough of the others who hay.'t,
dick and Bronson. ,' many loyal Endeavorers, were seen,I June 14, 1916. qualified as candidates would withdraw t
of Society Events to the Editor for publication in these colums. = Southern College Orchestra. .ft-j' two meetings .being held with them. :You will please omit my 'name from 80 that only four would: remain' they '

\ main over for conference. Rev. St ., Orlandowith a flying (by' auto) 'the ballot'for the primary election on would be automatically nominated, and: ., M
1'0IOIOliIOIO'OIO OIIIOIOI,+1 0 I I I 0 I 0 0 I 0 I 6 I 0; I 0 I 0 I 1 Wilson'will lead, the singing, the con" trip to the "Jennie Jewell"' society June 6th.' could( arrive In time for ,the convention.

TALENT TEA.A 'PRISCILLA CLUB ENTERTAINEp. Terence song; being, "Brighten'' the secretary..! Mi'ss Lemon, 'took Up time, There are no Ss.sues'at stake. As I Very respectfully a "
Talent Tea will be given at tho The numbers of thoPrlscilla Club, I Corner Where You Are.' till' April < O.It.. was pleasant, to be understand It all who have qualified C. A. CARSON. "

new Sunday School room of the,Methodist met at the home of Mrs. S. II. Soudors -. Plant City Seniors have "every' de- the'guest, Whjle in Orlando. of. Miss favor the nomination of President Wilson .:
i x, church this evening when the ladies Saturday afternoon and enjoyedtho partment at work. Have study circle Beulah Ronoy; cretary for 'South to succeed himself. Pinellas county. schools Were accredited

of the Missionary Society will entertain time in social ,conversation and: an dhave had some exceptionally fine Central district anti attended on Sun It is therefore, more important that the best In. the ,South according J
The hostessesfor work. literary meetings.<< Had candle ser day evening the meeCHjg held by tha't'fine to' tho reports made public- ,
their friends pretty fancy They will meet at; the State should be represented than j
the evening-are: Mesdames J. J. tho home of Mrs. E. E. Wells on Pos- vice' with :room darkened-each one Presbyterian societ which enter. that any man's ambition should be by the Educational. Committee., -,00<' J,

Griffin.-C. W. Griffin, Milton Pledger. siel avenue next Saturday. lighting candle from .small one wher: tains next April the state conventionTavaresr _____ ._________m _._ 1 I
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I J. R. Bronson, G. W. Overstreet and K4. I giving testimony. had an over-night stop at I
11. W. Morrow.' MOTHERS' AND TEACHERS' CLUB. A 'large number of delegates are the[ home of Mr. and Mrs. E- S. Bur-

.. 0\& 0\& This club had a business! meeting reported<< for conference. Registration leigh Congregational church friends. ," ;
CAMP FIRE GIRLS ENTERTAINED. fee Is $4.50 for all. There is ample Miss Frances Burleigh in treasurer' ,;
today. Friday, May 12th. at Mrs. S. L.Lupfer's .
Miss Mabel Overstreet entertained room for all and any one interested i is of Central district. Tavares'lias A
home, the of which
afternoon ", was mainly to purpose ide and cordially Invited. This price includes strong, working organization.
ton :
ways
board room, and all recreation feat Lady Lake came .
I ; next with a doightful
I means to erect the
a pavilion on high SAM'S GONE 'J
bette street Following the business school ground This Is a worthy object ures. entertainment at the home of
social Treasurer Chas. W. Jack Mr. and Herbert. I
routine the guests enjoyed a I and should have the assistanceof Dudley, '' Mrs. The former .
hour when'' the hosten served sand all our'citizens, especially patrons sonville, reports more' encouraginglyfor had Wen a missionary in India and
wiches and'-punch. Those present Included of the school. The children should April. told, many far away incidents to herguests. 1
1
Misses Mabel Over treet Tit- Miss Ethel Bouchelle State In
: have .some comfortable and sanitary Supt. the evening there was a ;' ,
eio Prcntis, Margaret and Mattie I place in which to .eat their noonclaylunches. Girls .of Epworth- reports a splendid fine convention echo, meeting led by BUT THE GANG ,
Stanford Lois Johnson, Adah Louise They should be protectedfrom organization of this kind at DeLand Mr. J. A. Musser, new State Mission .

Simpson, Mary Tiller, Grace Gilbert, the sun and they should be relieved J They conducted a special Easter ser superintendent: .
Norma Griffin, Kathrlne Carr and Vio- from netting so uncomfortablyupon ,IviccMiss. Bouchelle was our frater- At Stanton-near Wqridale, a visitwas IS STILL HERE ,'

let Bullock. .. the ground during that hour. nal delegate to the Christian! Endeavor made at the home of Mrs- W. T- ,
MISS CLARK- HONORED. i i Please lend a willing hand; if you are convention at DeLand last month, Kelsey. just elected State Junior su- 1
j and send an excellent report. perintendent. This was indeed good. !
Following\ the reception 1 hold at the 1 individually approached to.help.. I' Miss Lillian Carpenter, of Bartow Mrs. Maud B. Little, the Stat Ep-
Some crank
new Sunday; school rooms, Tuesday day, when the talked-of new We don't need the Boss to
district has at Boca worth
I school a new league League press writer, was met .
building becomes .
Misses Lottie and Lola Lnw- I a reality,
evening. I Grande, Tiger Bay and RidgewoodPark. in a brief stay at Ocala. She is alive r
I equipped hope with
friends from I 10( we a large gymnasium -
ter J entertained a few I
.
All interested in confer wire worker.
are At last came In-
to 12 o'clock complimentary to Mis-i spacious halls, extensive playgrounds I terlachen. us upWE'RE .
Clark of the high school and a lunch pavilion, the fac- ence.Dr. '
Louise one .
T. S Parker ,
Nashville. General GRACE A TOWNSEND.
ulty will nil'their work not that
teachers who was leaving on the tnl', {. necessarily -
night train for her home in Tollahnsfee. : 1 j that of disciplinarians, the League secretary and editor of Ep I -
worth Era, who will attend conference
A salad servedat dainty course was SCHOOL ROOM
l I' of I is to fill a few dates at Lees-
the elope. of the<< evening and the 1'1.-! i youthful bodies will bs directed I burg, Ocala, Kendrick and elsewhere .
Miss dark in proper channels in the /gymnasium,
treorr accompanied and 1 hours. before meeting<< with the S. C- conference IS FORMALLY OPENED
to her train. The guests were Misses during recreation Zest and I II

Lucy WitherspoonMarie lluddlesto", j'I mid,pleasure( / class will mark. the study,, period I Florida June 711.Leaguers who can attend So is our big line of

Alma (iMffin, Lottie and Lola La,.In' \ recitation.On I j Junalu.ikn League I Institute August R I A formal opening of the new building -
I
and Louise Clark Messrs. Alinrt3t Friday afternoon, May litth-! a j i
; 'literary to 13 will be richly repaid.We | to 1 Ix ust-d as an annex to the
and social hour
rJinEverett Roberts' Rtanl-'v- will be given !
the i apfirecaite, the courtesy of statepapers :Methodist. Sunday schoolwas '
by Hub at the Hart Memorial' enjoyedTuesday
Bullock G. P. Garrett and J H. At- in
publishing our articles and INSECT POWDER
{tirood, building The study program has arranged night. The building/ was erect-
in
giving prominence to
our League
'to e e for this datv the subject "Pa-I I led 1 by the :Men's Bible Class with Rev.
Conference and
in
return give them a
GOLF FINALS: PLAYED. IriotiBm. Several children and young )I cordial invitation S. W. Lawler, teacher, and the Maraca
Col. Harry A. Hunter and Mrs.' S. | folks will read sing orplay patroitic MAUDE to attend B. LITTLE same. I I class with Prof. R. M. Evans, teacher, ROACH POWDER AND -
II. Bgllock won the cup in the mixed selections. Amy Makinson, Miriam I and will be used by these classes.

foursome completed 1 nt the golf course I' Munger-/ Lucy" Lupfer, Lois and Eli Ocala, May Epworth 3. l League Editor. There is a kitchen in connection with

Wednesday with a score of 2 up and 1 nor Overstreet, Paul Munger, Frank ] the building and a shower of china and
: to play. The finale were played by P. 'Herington, Irene<< Ingram, Geneva Ro- I silverware was arranged by the ladiesof "RAT NIP"Summer

K. Weaver and Miss Bishop againstMr. berson, Gladys Griffin and Carolyn the Woman's Bible clogs! MrBusby, i .
Hunter and Mrs Bullock. Gay IFripp i are of those who will take part I! CHRISTIAN I ENDEAVOR teacher, and the king's 1 Daughtersclass

Livingston should have played in the in the program. I Mrs. D. G. Wagner, teacher,
finals, but has been seriously ill and Mrs. Fiipplwil lead "War Brides," these classes being ,hostesses on this
hit place was filled by Mr. Weaver, by Marion Craig Wentworth that To the subject, "ChrisMsn! Endenv pleasant occasion.An and the pestsare

whose handicap was the same In' forceful- brilliant writer and as well i I' .. Tn.v.ii.: I let us add, "'1"1 f,IO. as: old fashioned spelling school '

.,t spite of the warm weather which pre )'I great interpreter of the masterpiecesof l for what, indeed, would be the comfort where questions on bible history were both here. Let us "
vailed during the afternoon an exceedingly I Ibsen, Maeterlinck, Hauptmann : propounded' caused much merriment,
I I of journeys to and fro over Florida
well-played match was witnessed and Browning. when bright pupils were spelled downon help rid of their
by a number of members of the I Friends are Invited Mothers are if it were not for the comrades in the simplest questions and the you .

club. Tea was served when the players especially requested to bring their our work met along the way? youngest won fame for brilliant an;
reached the nine hoje. children. Mrs. Mark Munger will be Leaving Intcrlachen after a long swers. i annoyance.
.0\0\ hostess. winter closely at home, on April 17th. Rev,Lawler then called for: speeches. ,
> ..MR& CLARK ,ENTERTAINS- CELESTE J. FRIPP. Sec. I where: in Palatka, Mrs. Edith Krook prof Evans stated that it was the desire I
Mrs. J. 'D. Clark was a charming Cates, ex-secretary, .Mrs. Gates and 'of the classes to make"" these "
hostess last'Thursday afternoon, entertaining -" tt OOCHt.O Pomona Endeavorers-. met the train I I rooms the social center of the church PHONE 41 .
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at her pretty home on Pen oOo,fI C ' -;.. i", and made the day pleasant, tor us: t and that it was probable they might ;J

d field avenue with; an afternoon ;tea 4'>FLORIIAEPWORTHLEAGUE; .rta"; 1''i"i"\ """" .tv1 1,.,"".:'. '' 4ttaisW'.Tac' Then came the ride through/ Hastings develop'a night school in connection\>> ,
hours of 4 and 6 o'clock.. and other industrious towns to SL I
between the Yf44440 44 '34444449'44Kissimmee )3 with the' building' and 'alao-a readingoom '
Mrs., Oscar Conklin, 'who is visiting 4444 :-: Augustine,- where was enjoyed the an- for boys and men.

here from Miami, was the honoree of entertained the Orlando nual visit to the patient and Persevering I Attorney Milton Pledger made _a PALACEDRUCSTORESAM

this occasion. District Epworth League Institute Endeavorers of the Deaf and neat speech! signifying the importanceof
>The rooms were attractively decorated April 21 and 22. Miss Cecilia Blind school. Probably there are no the work and asserted his readinessto

with cut flowers and ferns and Overstreet, the efficient secretary of truer-hearted Endeavorers in .Florida assist at all times.: J. M. Lee won

dainty refreshments were served. this district, had a very profitableand than these. fume as an orator when he expressed G. RAGSDALE President
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During the afternoon Miss Marlea interesting program arranged. Down the East Coast railway to Da- his pleasure in the evening and his ,

Bishop and Miss, Josephine Hamilton, I Miss Eliza Wright, former secretarybut tona, -and a brief visit there to the anticipation of pleasant times to come-
each rendered a number of beautiful now' first department superinten'lent }| ninety student girls and teachers all and intimated that he hoped these invitations -
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v/b /l/ vocal numbers. was present, as were other delelR's' C. E folks at Mrs. Bethune's Industrial would be frequent.

i The guests included Mrs. S. H. Bul- I from, Orlando, Umatilla, School. Next a fine ride across Punch, cake and wafers were served ,
lock, Miss Bishop, Mrs. H. C. Stanford Moore's Station ":Enterprise Wekiva country by automobile to DeLand by the ladies.CARSON.
Mrs. W. J Sears. Misses Isabel and Winter Haven. A delightful re- I Three days were spent in the conven-
and Josephine HamiltonMrs.. Clay ception with literary features! and the I tion town at the comfortable boarding -
Johnson, Mrs. W. S, J. Carr Mrs. H. league/ flower was held in league par- j house, "The: Summers,'" kept by WITHDRAWS THE fAMILY STORE

Dolce, Miss Bay, Mrs. E. E. Naugle, lors. Miss Overstreet is to be congratulated Mrs. Elliott whose daughters are :
t'' Mrs. Chas .Bandy, Mrs. Marion Car- on her success"All'; for I:II members of the local Christian church NAME FROM BALLOT PEAKE & PEAKE 1
son, Mrs. E. L Lesley, Mrs. Minnie Christ." I I society. Over two hundred old or new 'I

Moore Willson, Mrs. S. B. Aultman. Miss Mary McMullen, secretary I friends were to be seen at convention. I We now have a complete line of Baby hoes priced from

Mrs. Henry Aultman, Miss Elizabeth Ocala district held her first league Surely this was worth having! C. -parson, of this city. who has 50c to $.!25 .1
i Aultman- Mrs. C H. Allen and' Miss institute at Largo, April 18, the sec- |In Winter Park the Congregationalchurch been a candidate for delegate at largeto ,
Inn Carson. ond at Ocala. Both were most profit- conference gave another the Democratic National conventionin .
# ss. able to all attending. Senior, Junior chance to meet good people. Hospitality St. Louis has withdrawn his name II FOR MEN
SHOWER FOR MISS WOOD ALL- and Knights of' Ezelah 'or Boys' here was given by Mrs. Ingramand from the ballot and sent the following FOR WOMENPat

r A pretty miscellaneous shower was League, were represented. A ride to her son Warren secretary and letter to Hon. H. Clay Crawford, secrem Sweet Orr Blue Serge [Pumps $3.50
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Silver Springs was an enjoyable re- I Pants .' $6.00
H. G. Seiver 'last Thursday eveningto creaiton feature at Ocala. ,
Dull Kid
Sweet-Orr Gray Stripe Pumps $3.50 and 3.15
Miss Mattie Bill Woodall who Miss Anna Dickinson, secretary of
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will become the bride of Otis Seiver Jacksonville district, will hold her institute : Work Pants 1.50 Comfort Shoes .1. 2.00 .
q on the first of June. in Jacksonville this"week. She Sweet-Orr Dress and

The rooms were fragrant with reports new leagues at Grand Cross- Work Shirts 50t to 1.50
flowers and the guests amused themselves ing, Marietta, Parker Street<< Brink-

with an informal musicaLpro- ley Memorial, Phoenix Park and Lion Brand Collars 15c,2 for.25 .. DARNIESS HOSIERY
and at cards. ,
gram Wesley Memorial, the four latter in
The dainty presents were arranged Jacksonville Right Now Today bring Lion Brand Shirts $1.00, $1.25, .,.-.
i I us
25c 50c
I on a table and much merriment was Miss Hattie Roebuck, secretary of $1.50 to $4.50. and $.I.OU

caused by the opening of 'the parcels.A Gainesville dsitrict holds 'her insti- that Watch Jewelry
or
delicious ice course was served tute at Alachua, May 10. Besides
in the dining room at the close of the I Miss Roebuck, other hate officers Tailoring DepartmentCLEANING

evening, two tables being arranged participating will be Mrs. W. C. repairs.Prompt ....
for the guests. The hostesses were Hicks Waldo, Mrs Lavergne Blue and PRESSING AND REPAIRING '
Mrs., H. G. Seiver and Mrs. W. C. this editor.
I Service and THE STORE THAT
Bradley. Tallahassee district has a new SATISFIESPHONE
At the party were Mr. and Mrs. H league at Mays and Sopchoppy. Trin- First class Work.

G. Salver, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brad- ity league, Tallahassee, has activity .291 116 BROADWAY
Icy and daughter Miss Aileen, Misses in all departments. They observed '
f,7', Sue Bell Mattie Belle Woodall. Ruby fellowship week with sunrise prayer COLE JEWELRY CO.
Whltten. Myrtle Belle Woodall, Ruby .
meetings and at special Easter services '
y '.Whitten.: Myrtle Collier Mary and had 65 present. v Jewelers and Optometrist I

Rhea Pherigo. Anna and 'Margaret, Sutherland league is preparing extensively I. 1:1 ARLINGTON ,,
Davidson Susie Spier. Corinne Gilbert i i-1 HOTEL.
for League Conference on: T Mrs- J. D.
Rushing
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Beth and Sadie'Bl'7an.1 ., ._ rl
; Bertha May 29 and June 1. President Gar- HOMELIKE prflCESeOe. 75* & $1.00
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,. Measn. Otis and Don Seiver, Ralph I filed Eyans has been steadily and Special Weekly Rates. ,,1'

Turner, Jamea Buckles, McGowen, constantly :applying his heart unto ; Lh-J all Everything of new All I modem improvements, large veranda, can to '"
Everett Cornell, Nick Smith, Robert wisdom during his year of administration : waUr parts city. outside rooms, screened throughout, running '.I

,.Woodall. Joe Taylor./ Johnston. ,I / sx. that we may expect the .. lilt .FRANKLIN STREET Phoae 22C4- TAMPA FLA., ,;
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USSIMMU VALLEY GAZETTE Mr. and Mrs.. J.. Z. Roberson Miss Ward Estey of Daytona, spent.several Mr' :and Mrs- Forest Luke, of Sanford { with the forensic efforts rof the officeseekers. be atTTU- General .w :York. Qty

( :.I.'aelf"" ILL Ethel Roberson, and Mrs. W. L. Paulk days her' 'this week with rela spent, a few minute in Klssim-: In, the party from; Kisslm- biennial of the Federation. if

motored to Orlando Wednesday after' tives.. met on Sunday,,.haying-motored here mee which attended the meeting-.making Women's Clubs, tot which such exten>

Published ZTeI7' Friday By noon. and thence to St. Cloud in the interestof the trip In Senator Donegan's new I'sivj I pre aratoln. art being made.
flea. HARBI.*. HU d..TAN. AONBWI H, C. Lightsey left Thursday for '
hi'campaign to the Hudson O. McCaughen
represent ( car, were,, ,I
: Vv e have the Furnilure and 'we want Palmetto, whero he"'WilJ".pend several Fourth Congressional District in 'the Japtcs M.. Johnston- Joel; E. Johnston., Mrs. A B. Jarrell mother, of At.

tho money, the worst. ,AWe will\ show weeks'on business. National Congress, E.'' E. Nnugle and G. P.. Garrett, I torney tee Jarrell, arrived Monday.to'
.t ; your our cost mark. to conyince you I I b. present at the high school graduation .
I : Weather Report that you are getting furniture at cost Miss Kathlyn Bearden'left,Tuesday Mrs. Justus Waring and two children Ross Graves has ,sold ,his stock of exorcises; her son Arthur bol"g -
. II for ,Pltt. burg, where she will spend who have been' her
Be your own judge.' Boss Graves, by visiting parents hardware and furniture td the Lakeland : a member of the.graduating class. a

.. .C. 'Simmons., I I the-summer witl her'sister, Mrs. Sou- Mr. and Mrs H. M. 'Pfann,, have ,Hardware and'I'I'utjblng.' ; Company She will spend the summer month s

ders.: .. ; returned to their home 'in Lakeland. lie will| retire from tho business here. Her daughter' ,' Miss ,.Phylli t,
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: I Following and precipitations are daily temperatures as re ,Attorney Lewis ,O'Bryan, Mayor H. See Billy Burke In "Peggy" at 0 the They'were accompanied by her sitter, but has not indicated what his who is teaching in,the high school of i
R.., May and Attorney Z. Bass spent Mrs. S. G. visit
'ported by Government, station Graystono Casino soon Ragsdale, who-will future business connections will be. Gainesville! ,,, will join her later. They +
".. at Klsnimmee for the week!: end. Wednesday afternoon in Orlando on I'' there for some time; C. C- Simmons the Lakeland Com will be located in the .Towanda. ''i
ing:. Thursday. May 11; 1916: business., C: G. Crawford will leave next Wednesday .
for Jacksonville where'6e will Miss! Lillie Engie was called from pany, is in charge' of the store and Mr. Jarrell, who will be remembered
Max. Min. Rain ,
C. B.McCaughen Senator Arthur E. Jacksonville last week on account 'of Is conducting a cut price sale, before .aa a former: prominent business man
Friday.. .... 92 68 attend the commencement exercises!\ of
Donegan and E. E. Naugle were business the Florida Military -" the illness of her mother, Mrs. N. C. moving the stock to Lakeland. of this city, will visit here occasion
Saturday ._ .. 95 52 Academy.
\ ... visitors to Orlando Wednesday af- Engle-: of Kissimmee Park. Mrs. Eagle ally. He is now located at Fort
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Sunday. .... 89 50 Homer T- Cook, state evangelist for Adkins &: Son, formerly of Chandlerville. White. '
ternoon.A is in health..
Monday __ :._ 99 67 I the Christian church, who occupied the now greatly improved .. 111.. have secured the old Miller .
Piather Gilbert 'of Mr. and Mrs. -
Tuesday __ .'_. 98 68 new lot of fine little ranches on pulpit for Rev. A. M. Chisholm, last Gilbert son for barber shop, next door to the t'
J. r,. left Sunday Orlando A SOFT. ANSWER t'r
Wednesday.. 97 64 the market shrub postoffice, and will open up for busU
; young groves; Sunday, left Monday for Orlando, where he is. employed in the Overland -
*;:, Thursday! ? .. 83 69 ,bery; good roads. See or address,."C. where he will conduct a Bible school. ness tomorrow morning.They are '* An liner rolling like
garage ocean was a
barbers
E. Swope.-17-5t pd experienced and will appreciate s
OOOO+OOOO OO .OOOO When you buy bread ask for Reed's If you need bedsteads, refrigerators, your trade. Go in and welcome chip, but as usual In such Instance

..00+00 OOOH>+OOtO+>' Mrs. A. B. Jarrell.who arrived Mon. Butter Nut-." 15-2t::.- baby cribs, baby chairs, bureaus, felt then;) to the city for they have\ come one passenger was aggressingly, disgustingly
"Sick eh t" heremarked
to'IIpend" the with her I healthy. ,
day
summer make
to Kissimmee their
Christlan"church 'ad mattresses bed Los permanenthome.
The will observe cotton springs.
Sons. Lee and Arthur, has rented the It to a pale green person who
I The Local Field I Nelson cottage. Mothers' Day Sunday morning( Rev. I cream freezers, brooms window was leaning on the rail. ''The pale-
shades. We have hundreds; of
Chisholm will preach 'a special' sermon things Mrs. Minnie-Moore Wilson expectsto I green person regarded the, healthyone
L. M. Williams has erected a' fine for the occasion; the subject being that you need and the cost mark is leave today for' New York City to : with all tho scorn he could muster -

flag pole in front of his residence in "Mother's Bible. A welcome to yours if you want to see that you getit spend the summer. :At Jacksonvilleshe "Sick nothing he snorted

Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. South Kissimmee and Will fly Old all- at cost. Ross Graves, by C. C. will board the "Apache" and en. weakly; "I'm just. hanging over the

Guy Champlain, of Jacksonville, Glory therefrom. Mr. Means and granddaughter, Miss''' Simmons. joy the water trip for the remainderof I front'of the boat to see how the caps. ,

spent Monday here on business.D. Mrs. Proctor, who has been the Laura Thom'aawho have been spend. I Billy Burke is that famous motion the journey. Mrs. Wilson hopes to tain cranks it."

guest of her sister, Mrs J. R. Gilbert ' ng.the winter with Prof- and Mrs. R. 'picture play, "Peggy," will be the attraction ____ __ ___, ._, _
B. Hcrrington left May 1st to M. Evans will leave next for at the Graystono Casino S09n.I .
Tuesday .
for several months, left this 1
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the in Greenville.. C. -- '' -"" -- -- -
spend summer I week for her home in Forsyth, Ga. Atlanta Ga, where they will spend the The old Miller barber shop, next hi 11' ". oil' u- Vq

Coming soon-Billy Burke in Reed's Ratter Nut Bread is just summer. I door to the postofTice, will be opened '

"Peggy" at the Graystono! Casino what you need. Try it.-15-2t Mr. and Mr:. G..W. Arnold, of Minneapolis ,Saturday morning by A. D. Acikina and 49c 89c 98c i
left Wednesday for their |son, Otis. Mr. Adkins and non bave
M M. Stewart, of St. Cloud. was a Hif. nr'l
George Doncg-an two
home after spending the winter in this I come here to reside from Chandler- "
guest, of she Gray stone Hotel Sunday.G. rhil lien. Miss\ Loiene and :MaxterArthur city and vicinity. They will visit in I jville, Illinois, and will be triad to meet ..jI

T. Price. of Windemere. was in left Monday to sp'iKl l tliujummtr Rochester, N. Y., and in Carson, Minn., :'the people of the city. Mrs. Adkins.

the city Wednesday on business. with relatives in T ham, Ala. I them here in a few weeks.

! Milton Pledger spent Wednesday in ,', Mosquito nets for your.bed. We have candidate S. A. Bryan for railroad of Bradford commissioner county,, I The Kissimmee Ice' Company has At Bargain Prices .
\ Orlando on business.
'the genuine Acme .suspension canopy, was a visitor in this city yesterday ;recently installed a dry Storage room,
.f : size 70 inches by 8 .. yardsroped and 115 by 18 feet in dimensions and is
You will have to pay your taxes to and today. Mr: Bryan says he is
i qualify to vote in municipal electionto framed ready to hang, only $1.50.. meeting with encouragement all over 1: now equipped to care for meats, 100---Beautiful f trip;.d,Voiles at 49c k I

be held June 3rd. I I )Dollar Limit Store. the and fruits or other articles which the -
on | state expects to win. people 100---Str'ped: Voiles and White Lawn . 89c

Rev J J Farmer I left for Reynolds I(| E. T. Hopkins one of the regular A pleasant party composed of !Mr. I:|'I of Kissininue and Osceola County ''

Ga., Monday for an extended winter residents spending: the seasonat und Mrs. Earle Lupfer and little son, '! may wish to place with: thj com 100---Silk and Cotton, $1.25 and $1.50 Values 98c y
pany.: The room is well fitted end articles -
the Hotel left for his
Grnystone
Mr. Mrs 1'rathcr :
visit.L. and G. II. and little I ;
home in Chicago Tuesday. son, Mr. and !Mrs. J. Ev Davis-'and placed in storage will be well
: THE STORY STORE
L. Taylor: was called to SanfoidWednesday cared for.Senator.
by the serious illness of his Special prices on Panama and straw friend, Mrs. Roberson, enjoyed i\ fish

wife.i hats at F. H Lawson's.C fry at Pine Island last week.J. Arthur E. Donegan was NEXT DOOR TO THE POSTOFFICC ar
one of the principal speakers last
r I W. Ward and W. B Harrii leftTuesday A. Black-well, who is well knownin t.
We have $300 worth of gilt crockery night at a big political meeting heldat "
in Mr. Ward's nutomobiii Osceola is again located in
county
going at cost. Ross Graves, by C. C. I Oviedo, Seminole county. "
for a trip to Jacksonville, whera they the county. He has recently moved I candi-I
Simmons. dates for all the county
spent several days this week. from Bradcntown to St. Cloud. where Seminole and 49c 89c 98cCASINO
were present a large
F. G. Rush, the Ford agent at' Or- Middy blouses at special sale priceof he will be tempoiarily located in the I crowd heard their claims presented.I ?

lando, was a business visitor here 59c and 98c Saturday and Monday.F. hope of bencntting his health. "-
"t Monday.W. H. Lawson. The meeting proved conclusively that ... 1\."_ ... "'" ... '11' ... 4 .JIIII\\,," ... IW. Nelson A- Russell, who has been vis- Senator Donegan has many friends in ,

T. Makinson and Joe Butler left P. K. Weaver, cashier of the Citi- ting relatives here, will leave Sun- that section. Oratory seems to be the -

this week for an automobile trip to zens' Bank, has purchased a fine new day for Arcadia, where he is in chargeof forte of the Seminole candidates and b

I Miami. Hudson Super-Six automobile and the Postal Telegraph Company's of the school room was made to ring

Paint your house while you can gets I states that he is well pleased with the fice. He was recently promoted to that I "The
.\ machine.W. office from the office at Fernandina. Lyric1FORMERLY
some paint at cost- Ross Graves, by .. 1I 1- 1
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C. C. Simmons. H. T. Lykes, of Tampa, was a visitor I
Hanson who Is'
Stanley connected ( THE DIXIE) SATURDAY
Mrs. Mary Ola and two daughters with tho bureau of biological in the city Wednesday. Mr. Lykesis Are Your

left Monday for their former homein survey of the department of agriculture one of the foremost cattle dealersIn will reduce the priceof Matinee 3:30; P. M",
Electric
Lamar, Mo- Washington, D. C.,4 arrived the state and was here to confer Lights admission Night : i
with local stock men in regard to the to
Dr._ A: J. lIolt and family have taken here Monday. t probable purchase of some cattle. 'Out of Fix? BESSIE

,; apartments' in the Willson building Mr. and Mrs. R J. RoliflT and daugh- ALLexcept :

-1\;\', '<, on Darlington avenue, .ter."Miss 'Roberta, left ,Tuesday for Mrs A. S. Drawdy 'left Wednesdayfor Call Ofceola Electric Co. 5c TO :

'.'. ""J' \' t "l Sandyville W. Va.. after spending the Jacksonville to'meet her daughter, . C. E. GARDNER. Mgr. '""ONOR'S'

:'.* t:. J..,W. Thompson made .0 business winter here. They expect to return Miss Dixon and niece. Miss Clara on nights when .
. &trip]?to.Whittier last Thursday'' and. next Shepherd, of Tampa. who are return House Wiring, Fixture
to Friday. season. and Repairing there are extra attractions MAX SWAIN
Loughman ing from school. They will visit relatives (
" Mothers' Day will be observed Sun-I such "The
in Jacksonville for the week. as
Miss Nina Bratton left today for It BROADWAY -
at the Presbyterian church and In
; the week end with day Girl and the Game."
Davenport to spend "His Auto
this service the Baptist quartet will Undertaker J. W. Thompson was

:i Miss Mona Huffman. sing. All are requested to wear white called to Haines City Wednesday by These. prices will con- (Keystone,Lights"i)

Rev. A. W. Benson, of Maitland, flowers or white bows as emblems of I the death of W. S. Hills Mr. Hills tinue throughout the

. spent Wednesday here as the guest of the occasion. was seemingly in the best of health I NEXT THURSDAY

the Rsv.! W. B. Witherspoon.. when attacked by heart trouble summer.
B. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator I
I Tues-I' V DOROTHY
day night and died in a few
'1 i City tax books close May 15th. is the proud possessor of a ,

b Pay your city tax before cost is fine Lwellyn setter, sent to him as a Mrs. P. K. Weaver left Wednesdayfor See that Wonderful "Betty of

j added. I gift by Frank Borner, of Newark 0., Dayton, Ohio, where she will visit I

'j who was a winter visitor in Kissimmee -' her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Massey. She Serial Picture"GRAFT" "FATTY"
Rev. A. J. Holt left Monday for II
will be joined by Mr. Weaver early in
.3 Knoxville Tenn where he will spend jl jlJ r
June and go with him for a visit to I
J a week or ten days with friends. Fine line of vanilla and lemon extracts -
I his parents in Lafayette Ind. Mr. "Bright
and at the City
Mrs. W. H. Burroughs and Mrs. peppers sages
I Weaver will make the trip in his new
Market. Phone 44. .
Aaron Reaves, of Edgewater, were-in Hudson SuperSix.Our I
the city shopping last Friday. Look at these prices: Your dollars :
prices are low in comparisonto
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will go further at our Furniture Sale I CUS BEALL
Special safe: on women's shirtwaists the high grade of work we can
than ever before-$7:50 kitchen safes
Saturday and Monday. Price 59c and furnish you in. engraved cards, announcements -
at $4.25, and good dining chairs sell
OSe. F. H. Lawson. and invitations. Call at
for $2.50 going at $1.48. Ross Graves, I,
Mr. Turner, of Jacksonville, who by C C. Simmons. 1 at-the Valley'Gazette office. ,

'r. represents the Ford Motor Company, samples.
Miss Cecelia Overstreet, District OtOOOt.oo..ooo..... .oooo..o.o..e....
t was a Monday visitor here. Mrs. Janet Watson and daughter-
: Secretary for the Epworth League of i
B. E. Gessford, of St. Cloud, passed the Methodist church, will visit the i Miss Sue Watson, who( have been vis-
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through here Tuesday en route for local leagues in Sanford and Unatill iting for several weeks in Miami, have k, INSURANCE: and REAL ESTATELet
returned Kissimmee. It
to their
Monticello, 111-, where be goes to visit this week."Jerry". was .
I intention to make Miami their future insure Lire Health
us Properly.
his son. your your your
\ the fox terrier belongingto home, but the love for Kissimmee was

P.:. Cary D. Landis, a prominent attorney "Bill, Nelson, and a general pet too strong and they have come back JOSEPH H. JONES: Information in regard to property for ,

of DeLand, arrjved; Sunday to of the town. met death Monday afternoon here to reside. sale and rent.cheerful.y given.In .

i. spend several days in this city on on Broadway, when he !got Candidate
Mrs. C. D. Simmons accompaniedby addition fifteen other
::1 business. in the path of P. K. Weaver's big to good companies, we
. 1 her interesting daughters, of now the well known
You will find at the City Market Hudson car. Punta Gorda- who have been visitingher State Attorney represent I .

Votan coffees and teas. Phone 44. Fat, juicy and tender meats always parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Porter HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York ,

Mrs. W. C. Bradley and small daughter found at City Market, 'ph>. <31.C3I1"Iil .Jti R I

Miss Aileen, left Monday to, visit Senator Arthur E. Donegan and O. to join Mr. Simmons, where they expect
relatives! at Lewistown, 111., for a few B. McCaughen went to Jacksonville to make their permanent resi June 6, 1916 : Second floor Gtizens Bank Eldg. K: simmee, fta. : ..

"a _!' months. Saturday. in the. new-- Hudson. Super- dence. rsr. Adv.rt a.menl ........ . .., ... .....f..... ... ... .. .. ... . ..... . t:
:Six and returned Monday, accompanied .
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a. Hale and their Miss Marie Dimmick and Mrs. W. T.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
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by J. Wade Tucker and Capt C. H.
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granddaughter, Miss Marie Boyd, left Armstrong.Mr. Entrican and son, Clifford, who have -r
Tuesday for their summer home in been visiting at the home of Elder En- ,
Omaha, Ill. Summons has changed his mind gle at Kissimmee Park, spent several J

<; again. He has done so well with the hours here Monday. Miss Dimmick returned SUMMER RATES NOW .IN EFFEct

Just received shipment of new shirtwaists furniture sale that he has decided that to her home in.Orange Center

and middy blouses for women.F. l i.e cap sell it all out by staying here and Mrs. Entrican and son went to AT THE =. .

H. Lawson- one'more week. The sale will be continued Orlando.

.,. Attorney W. ,B. Crawford > left until Friday night May 19th.; Miss Blanche Brack of Narcoosiee, GRAYSTONE HOTEL ..I

Sunday night for Jacksonville, Miami Ross Graves.J. passed through Kissimmee Saturday en

and Fort Lauderdale, and re W. Miller returned Wednesday route to Tampa
on an ext.ndedvieit, to ,
: turned Thursday.Chauncey from a trip to Bliss. Oklahoma' ; Dallas her sister Mrs. D. C. Fielding., Miss $10 Per Week ,and Up. :

Hawthorn left Tuesday Texas; Shreveport, La.; KansasCity Brack will stop off At Aobumdale for

""' for hit horn in Mount Pleasant. Ohio, Mo., and other point in the west a, weeJCVith. her riater. Mrs.,Scarb:: 0(. C. PIERCE Manager
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' after an extened visit with hit sister, He teports unprecedented. ,prosperity rough; of that place. Her many friends "

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Proceedings. of TIMElY. RESCUE OF. I W.C.T.U. COLUMN 'I adequate Your ways campaign and fund.means committee Next.Sunday SERVICES: AT is M.to E.be CHURCH.observed as HIGH SCHOOL TEAM


call: upon you for a whirlwind. flnan' : Mothers' day throughout the country.
CLOUD
the Council '

; City MOTHER AND WIFE Most of all the other 'beautiful. clal .rampaign by 'means of a."Quar I I I This is very fitting as the world from .DEFEATIST, ,

.. ,C . things in life come In twos and threes, ter Mile of Quarters" cards, the f:'..t the individual to the nation owes School team de- .

:I .f( The Council met In regular ...ulon, I by dozens- and hundreds; plenty of dash of the race to. close May 14th, mother a debt.which can never be fully The Osceola High '
there brine present f. AV. Thompson, sated the St. Cloud school team Monday
roses.> sunsets cur prenident's birthday; A thousand paid. Everybody should go to church
stars ;
ITtildroti W XV, Carson. How toll Bans, [ 'RELATED rainbows broths afternoon at thf local 'ball park
lAS BY A PORT ,
and the cordially invites youto '
E.! C. liryiui. Horn Thorn, vwla era and sisters aunts and cousihs' dollars In the hands of our'treaPl'rPl' pastor '7. The gismo was .

; O'Or'an. City Attornc'd II, H. Gray, TAMPA .MAN but only one 'mother in all the wide within, a month. We can do it come, hoping? (o preach B. sermon by a score of 8 to of both Til-.*'te' '.

5 Mayor. and J. It. Gilbert Clark j world. '. Nothing' else would .do please and which will help you. featured. by tho pitching """{
rend1' ; and Helm for St. .
t The minute wer. and npprovt ler for Klssimmoe\ .
'. .< reports' officer examined and An<;Jea Proves a Blessing to "KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN." Fii<.our.pe our devoted and ,herulc! So far, no day has been designated Cloud., Tiller'had the best of the argument A1 ,

1 approved bllV w.-r. approved and ore j . Whole. Family leader, und nothing else would so help I as Fathers' day but the pastor; will and struck out no less. than' *'

el.red p ml Id a. follow. the cause \ve. I lc ve. preach at the..evening hour on Father f
H. H. May sall aa Mayor _I SO 0(1 When .Anna Jarvis created Mothers' opposing batsmen V y
twenty _
41. \\'. UvrrHr..t ""I. nmrclinl.' 75 'noA. ciir incident hopes and I,.lie.** hood and extends a special Invltatlo'nto'the t-
K. <(<..Coleman hal patios salJZ 45 k5 j Like everybody else| w* jot to reading Day and started the custom of of The score by innings'followptt\ 'J
ftohem., KH|. ". trreaurer. HfUUJllO about mien and-decided to give dedicating the Second (fn greta things us; our own hearts fathers and men.Qf the town to Fie B. .I
.Sunday Mayto ] t
\... Ullherl, Hal "It clerk and lit n. trial I understand now why everyone inland cur best; cur beautiful utitt"?. attend. Let everybody go to church .*

.. yoll.rlur flryou_ ....I. c/Iy/ at_.) .-_- 26\ 0UImwl. l''" '" im praising thin medicine. my the honor of mothers the world longing for deliverance, is calling: next Sunday and fill all the houses ofworship. 7Clseimmee401 101 JOx-8 11 7 l lI
";\)a Mi/y Hubert mil >. i....lirJ 30 VII wife and mother have lined, only Iwobottles took another step toward higher ihe St. Cloud --003() 000 301-7 12 ,1 .
r, I W Thompson, nut fourKllmti '11 III").' and theresults that It line given \ Kintirr.rn.ee Union weal h tn( plank: I would do this for mother | -
every .
HOI... Thoitma, same. . ._ __ II I'll' In their caeeIe, l In marvelous. em.h of things. Nearly church in all friend' who. have so. kii.O'y: con or father's sake or both Tell your 'I Batteries-Tiller / and Rejfero' ;( :t
\VV. I'Mr non, snob __ ,. U I 4''HiI1 Jllipm have been suffering for America has a service and a sermon : '
K. <" Hr mum .._ I oft' JCIIIH tilbuteco' this call.WANTED. neighbor and bring' him with you Helms and. Portas. !
IlaJM:;; : with kidney and blndder trouble. und (Mothers' ". "
llunell : : :: .: _: Day. .
: Fraternity Hull..same, Aplll lent _.-..- III 15 dill III they hate uneil many kinds of mpillQlnc . . - -- __ _. ___. ___ ____ ._. --- - 'I
Hlsslmmi*'. Til I. Co. phaor, tint 6 miS : without any permanent renultx -.-- I .
. J. 1. 4.v*.riil"..el. .-eci. .i dlnic deed 1 211 I 4..tr'or.. ..", trouble won' pulim In sides We would lovs to Rather ;'I
41. MW Tny4or l grot erlca. ih"rltv' KlIn : a banket '
and down limbs. theoimiiliiliio'l.
i 4'. Ito. ('..., ,ion<.Ii4ui4\ln., 1.62ft I deal al..o. of roses and lay them on the I Prince Albert gives \ :
It. .. Floyd. mule Prod 1 . 4U n Krent with hurting In the wninll grave .
I of Hit hock and during tlnmp. cliudwfHther \ away yonder in the old jurying rv
V Kill, count, for 4rk\ nofflr'a I of If. hey( ccintinctcd rultl'Hit ground where she .I -
i M |1 'Ir ncliea paid l 1lna were n great : has been sleeping! i. smokers such .t.
11. (" HnJdHln d."lnli/ and ad.--. I deal ", or..... Each of them was' Inclined for many years. We remember her .
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Justlnatypewriter 1 noj '
,'. I to narvriiinnesR find .Home slight favorite in childhood
Urlffn shop work I %(& roues and we j
Valley (last.tie. bill bends. J'I!<" 4H IMI tremble with their utomnch. but 1 nm delight because jj;
Hurt HulliiK. my to J. U. (111- I proud to Buy that Andrea, linn put' both thought there never was anything ,
hart (H.h advanced Ill( 1'0How..11 I them In boiler. coiulltlon than 1he' like them for sweetness, and it wasa '
II....., mdse for .l'liuucr\ 2 Id r..t .. j)
J, K Johnston unr. city ens.77 12 been fur years: I hate come for different sweetness from and
anythingGod its flavor is different so I:w
linttlra so
11 A. Nlemeyer;. IreH*. Imlid fil 26 (,Kl more of your AndeH an!!
Him. Hank of Kltne, /hit, scrip|> hl' "nnl I hem to use three more aplec ever made. 'Happy those who delightfully good :l
Stale Hank. KI. n,... |>ay $t. lads .IS 126May j "HiIn la KM rolnti by :Mr. hence John null have a mother, here. Let .,_.r .. t ;
Itu. fir.v. .. mdi Nt ftitul__.. ">n of Port Tnmpa on Saturday of tlft us '? -it 'can't bite .4,
Lumber. Co, Ilir for lit. wk 7 KJ4ireoln >,, week. Bt Cotter's Drug Stort honor the day in thought and deed -.5 1 your tongue;
/ lldw I Oo. A oH . : "'
It. Clark.: 1ra)."mda--------- 2 no *e the Andfn man Is meeting 11public It may be a word of sympathy and it can't parch your throat ; !
"Hum I*. I.upfer *IT. llri (.eptS6. mi unity 1, nnd explaining how.." I
\\'in. (Quirk ,,"I l: .<..nkitiK, <.r 4.1 ("id lint IheMe' great medicines will cur encouragement to some homesick boyor you can smoke it as long and t
flbortie YUUIIR. *.al *"..v..n.-.r. 3u (10 "1'hnie; who have kidney and bladil girl or a kindly deed to some one .
W A. Joiner/ I.. ill \\'. (' 126 onKdlmiti hard like without
4ornell.supt.mil .an 111,"*'mail" 45 Olf' .atdes, w'Illch In no .prevalent, I in need. as as you any r
+ J. C Roe kI.... mil, an llm>nmn fd 00 Inrnin and.' vtt'lnJly. .n\'" :Mr Pnjm comeback but real tobacco
Tier MrCnllUter line woik __ 2 25 ire iiwn'ii', nervous. have dark circle '. hap't't
<1. W Mr H. It. Clark. drayage __ _ 60 l ainetlte| sleppleanneHM' .. . depreltf Woman's Christian Temperance UnIon I '1
Klorldii, Kit c ,'0.. lull K 1.. !P. 34A 40 . of
Florida.
I May Lbr C.... Ibr f :' Casey 11.. A. U Havldnoli. mime __. _ I SoUBCfolit ."I' I'M.m with new life and energy ..
lldvt ('0.. Bain.- .- .t f hit li'i.OB will .heirln In tint re the Im- :Means Committee-Comrades: I PROCESS. PATENTED .r l
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J <'. UrllTIi/ uliop' work .u. I Hi ""\'c',1; In0''lr condition nrtil tbenu The fight is, on''! Another statewide -I / JULY 3OTM. 1907'IS
J. It. Gilbert stamps and f gl26 12 I
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( Kler Appllanoi* Co.. IneltT. hi 64 ,\.111 le tike "Ih"r.1> lire in,. '''nfflf prohibition campaign IS upon I That means 4o you a lot of tobacco enjoyment _
V It. ruin, aal I: an rniilneir, : : 75 IMI II1I"g I In Na..1 wnrl '* 1 .
\V. C Bradley, Kill an /fireman fill no ,. 1 lot othors knnn ti'.r tt I" rent and more than ever must we t. ) Prince Albert has always been ''i

:.,' J.. C.Hurklci(irlirili.. wood shop ,,"ork... __ _., .. 633 1 6(1V 16( I .at'',.. "Mnsti-r Medlclnt-I I.no.....-e <. I II educate organize! for. service.Ho u"J, .:..:_ sold without coupons or premiums We t.
d. nii I II
? 1 crimplnlnts f"r which |II
Standard, oil. .(',.. oil . Jx T I .. ,,'..r'pnd I we i-nli7e what a heavy burdenne V prefer to give quality I i
Moue Vowil.* !. Hal sexton only 2" (nil
A. 1. ) mailer In i 20 I Andes .' fail little woman .a( Jacksonville -
: ; :VI.t,4::: ;'r'I;; prescription so highly recom
A 1 l> lillt: cu h i i. ;
Mil III HID*.tA M4 12 I j mended by Ml. Hancc Johnson Port I' carrying? Daily perplexities t
K Ilanl4rr nail UN (.iiKlnnal "- III (do I to meet, problems] of methods to
J4 K lnrdner hilI. HH. rag "rl Illl' .I Tampa I'la, is now on sale in Kissimmee 'I ALBERT' f

.. .... Max 2 I 1'I !oI'lJoHllmnl. .. l toy> Corner Drug) Store, the exafrenta. solve] frequent frictions to smoothout 1;"....'."olar' '
fur e nrrel t II 1\ t.It I t w"( Co ,
..(1 ,b4lt\ .I ISnulue.a: an f ollim Hl ;'Iusive discouinjred unions to hl'CI'IPI1'j I t
K iNHllllMII. I 111Cll . \l I.I \ J. I'111prlin1 ; nkers to direct. appeals! plans]

(I>*'.nil:Countll;. nifii' Iv The iHKliiinii'cttmute: :: i Ii I Inj 113,4Un..tNarroa. ; from the National to send out, Rill the national joy smoke t

Alma Htnit. , STATEGUN f CLUB MEN th:-HP and many more added to the ..h i
Two linHi* wallii mi' IINIrtIIg In 111 l h\ i [' LL find chf+ryiowrfv dn on tn n. (
22n/ Mi fi ft 2 i4 'ulili Yo, .,
conliilnlMK
heavy l burden of responsibility of mttnio r much of ".n" you are it thein I

ytirdaTwo. main. wiillH. tin, 'I1HUI'11I1. < 2 rt .ult > J G,4TB ::3 HERE:: E SOON |guiding this great state into a safe goodness and nrrA Albert nfthf t. rtAht i+ood tfifrm. you dm.f.the pro fir*for,* />/*"Pnt*. you r* C D IS j.
I.II fl l.\' |1466(I ft .au1111.11111,' 4,76 'U' p.n that ...//. fob"o' 7hv fopp> rod I ,
tillalilB. |iohilmion harbor Has our presidentall in pipe satisfaction b.jt .**'/. /or a mcltrl mnd th9. tidy rd TOBACCO IS PREPARED i iFORSMOKERSUNDERTHE t
Total .. 7S 16. .
cubic >nrdi for Then ttriattmndomff
the help tin d.mp. t +r* u
we can possibly
[ give;.. '
< HI. .Multi' Hiibniltli I MUST ANNUAL CONTEST pound .nd h." pound tin I
JII3 .1(II\STIN;( Is.4lneerIii ::; ; OPKLOKIDV At this time of tremendous streesswe is all we or its enthusiastic h.mdnn. and the pound PROCESSDICOVEREDINI I t
r. A. E. TIIUIIIHB ;incH.iit.il. tin following I TRAI'SHOOIERS' ASSrtCIATION .ff.tft A/...humidor with '
ii pp Ilen thin. fur. the. iii|>o i
I of Tax ( ..lI"'I.., fiv the i..tiHtiiii. "; yrnrKlnsluunee I WIU BE HELD AT that AMP tae fo
that she PRODUCE THE MOST DCLIGHTTOIL -
never before feel thoadded t
lln. MnJ. I I'HK! I LOCU. TRAPS ON: K .\hK FRONT.I.II I may for it 1 bflrco in each .,, ,
,
To thu I I'lesidiiit andUnibem of the "Mlength of our will and bona upaim AND WHOLE* -
I. City Oounill. of KinnliiimrPin. 'I NEXT TIIURSDAY AND FRIDAY. '' put *//.th., SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG-1 i
united with .
O..U..on..n: Klndlcotiiilil* r me nnTippllcnnt pose her own. for the poHltlon of Clt>' Tax. '(I The first annual tournament of the I I The tint imperative necessity is an It answers every smoke desire youor AR
j\HHeaMor for thoonr 1H16' I wlUpromptly I Florida Trapshooters' Association will ; '

perform. thoroughly the work and If .elected coniclontliusly for- l loe> held in Kissimmee next Thursday any other man ever had It is so ; IPROCESSPATENTED T t !
the .um of three hundred dollars The Quinine That Doe Not Affect The HeM
(300.ou) Itmuertfully. and Friday. Indications point to a Hecauie of 111 tonic and laxative effect. LANA. cool and fragrant and appealing to your RJ E plil ('
A. E. THOMAS large attendance.A Tl VH BROMO QUININK I. better thsn onIlo..., '
There being no further npiilfrnilunn, Quinine and docs not cause nervouancs nor smokeappetite that will with 9iPIlwwoo! I t tit
or nomliiiitlontt: on motion Mr Thomas::: fine program has been arrangedand ringing In head. Remember. the full name and you get chummy 1
wa unanimously elected a. Tax A. role for the signature of K. W. CROTK. 2s..
.....0'. for the ensuing year .at Biliarytated prize totalling' $350 will be distributed -- in a mighty short time t

The following I report was presented in addition to the selection ofa )

1 liy and W.Light W. Canon chairman, and read of a.Water tol.JOw . atate champion who will representthe Will you invest 5c or lOc to prove out our say- ThliNATURE'S .. ... ...- ..... eI ... r

*: _committee I association at the Inter-State. shootto Pri_. AIIoort tiel....... .... Rea" f

"We IteportVn4er recommend, that sad l.lh water Com,. be: held in St.. Louis. soon the national joy smpke? ..... -Pat_.... ....._.._.. "

1 %. purchased for all ubcrlber, meter. ThatRttOh A small office has been erected: for Milch CowsTen S.,.. did ............. It __ .
.
ubcrlber for both water and 1s-.k"", ........AN. t f..h
llrht be required to make a deposit, the accommodation of those who act R. J.' REYNOLDS TOBACCO co. Wuuton 5alem N. C ..-..... 1"
I to of meter* ,
'' Yorihslr:: ..ue.onthrier: to be the as score-keepers and a grandstand: to .

property The depolt of the to city.be adjUHted' ''with the 'accommodate 200 people hi,incourse, 'of head fine milch - ....

ubicrlber when llrht or water service -. erection. The members the local "

1* dlcontlnued W. W CARSON. Chairman. club are' practicing daily and the mem- cows for sale. Can be SOIL BUILDER ,'fiawiSs ..

ai1'Shn'above report wn considered bers of the club of St. Cloud and Or- !
.
motion the matter wan, referred The Standard Hide and Jank
t to the Water. and ( ) committee lando also spent some time this week at Co. {
alL : Orlando Fla. tke
seen
Carson's.Dairy '
are
with power to act paying Blowers' Ground Limestone makes arid soils
., The Street committee: wa., upon mo. shooting over the traps here. highest cash prices for Hide,
+ -tlon. Instructed to purchaie brick : sweet It releases potash salts and imparts
I from Alabama ravine Company at MEN'S MEETING.Men's Farm. Apply to Skin, Tallow, Wax Old Rope, strength and vigor to growing and trees.
I1J.60 per 1000) Alao to confer with MetaL crops t
old OU
Old Robber
AI,. )I. E. Stephen, agent for the A. Rags. Blowers limestone'groupd unusually fine 7BLOWERS 1
C. L. Ity Co a. to price of C. L. brick, Tires then t
eta Ship
damaged In It R. wreck and to pure meeting next Sunday after- year readily mixes with the soil. Contains no im GROUND

ch Mr..*e K If. price C Bryan autted reported Hulk h od.Inl noon at 3 o'clock at tho Methodist J. M. LEE or hide and junk and get prompt purities can be applied at any time-is 'i r,

( committee, at work but had nothJntf Bungalow, will be led by A. S. Nelson, return The largest house ia inexpensive. Write for literature and price LI M *
deHnlte at pre. nt. Central Florida. Write Wire ,
The City Attorney wa Instructed to he being absent'last meeting, subject. DR. CARSON 01'TelephoD Blower. Lime &: Phosphate c.
Ordinance to conform ,. Warehouse No. 10, 1
draft sanitary "Mother's Love, being Mothers' Day.
with state law relative to fculatluni East Church. Box K 308, Ocala, Florida .
pertaining: to water cloaet' Every one should attend and makothisthe 21-ayre 21 stSkinner"Satisfaction -. ATE i id
On motion It wa no ordered that the I
matter of Inspecting. brick pavementon best meeting ever held by the Ii
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Main street b.. left with the street of Kissimmee. Let it
men every one endeavor t
committee ,r
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On motion It wa. so ordered that the to make "mother" hnppy on iI
city purchase rifle for officer uruardlnir
same to remain property of this day and give her special atten-
conyvict.
tion. Wear a white flower if possible. I
On motion It was so ordered that the
band be .allowed 14(1 (00( per month asa Friends, these meetings are growingin
:t long a* they continued to give; .efficient Guaranteed'Citrus
ervlcv interest and some very important .I.
: 'I A petition was received by property
matters considered for the
owner affected, asking that Bproule are being )
avenue be paved from right of way of betterment of our town and country. Packing House Machinery 4 (
ACL.. railway to lined. Btrnt On
imotlon name was flied fur future r (renew. this work. For the season of (ilids ".' se .
splendid Young men, cpcnd
There bring no further l hUMln"II"\ t hi- ,
Council fuljourned meet In i regular a short hour with us. We will try to will l be even more desirable l fi! :in -.t J
s.'NSlm6 Tuemliiv JUl6th., IMIfi, nt k will he
I' 730 "'. make it interesting for you. .X3 K 1 the past. -Improvements

,' J.V.p.. THOMI'SON.J. H renldent 1'lllb., "rt. CK-rk. W H. JONES. Churman. 4 made models, hut have all been.strong retained.points of o'd! Just What Contractors Need ,


I Again we offer nil Skinner equipment II
P: ( Stock orMade to I
with the word g iarant (..Ta Wjiin! Order I 1I

sal isf iu I ion. Our claim forcpu-: : ,

hs iHxoinpletely niiido: nM'J \sherc\cr Structural steel of all kinds
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a specialty: -I-beams
Your Social Standing our machinery is iu use. ,

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Contract called for" cypress, mahogany, maple oak and white pine. ;

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LINE OF ENGRAVED II I 1 I Alfred Armftajre, Manager of the The Merrill-Stevens 4
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Cards of Lake County says : I e
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Wedding Invitations Birth Cards you installed for tis has been in
Complete lin{carried in stock. Best
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Announcement Cards best of satisfaction. When installing; the equipment machine shop inJSoutheast for special work.

you did more than our contract called for. and we f

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Heft*'t>f life;' so much as to prove conOushvely and "Ml Innocence: A''less resolute; .6M ot"sit'down In sluts and helPI".1 without ':'port of antry.-1n'vi.wj"atraveler ; 'b for ")'Out"'lIIlftcl.;.and-work'.toward; . ',(,

US ; A.J.HOLT'SSERMON not affect: ,that, conditions, should prayerful, hopeful and died.i spirit would have 'despair to mend the but,conditions sot themselves"which were so without ai bound aunt. *for life nowhere without; *an planet aim- Elba.'I1owlnliodi$'out'.I.'model I"t""t'jt'" .,
succumbed
,we-: hopeless and helpless. 'In, ..ftyysrsthe >Usually ideals are inborn. But,we the first 'Mwinfmachina' with plod: ?fI
TO CIASSOF'1CContinued But 'the wax. we meet these condition 2. Never meet.then adverse conditions New South, has built up the most should take time to form an (ideal and dinsi persistence*. For.,thirty, years in
*'does affect us. If we mee these in the 'spirit of complaint. complete civilisation I known to men,: hen plan our conduct sd as to attain a; dingy attic he labOred)on patiently

( from Page 1)) conditions with rebellion,.;.we but om- "While fretting only' makos our cal under Never- in ppress the 1l'history/' discouragements.of men have; unto it. Keep that ideal constantly Continued en'Pare_ _. Ten. ) "

plain against our lot In life and render amities deeper'It never causes bread there been conditions more oppressiveand - H --

'bad in conduct, end corrupt In chase it the mare unbearable. When we and cheese to g-row'.cheaser." Complaint never have there been endeavors Which. costs most-.
ter. Any boy who habitually associates heroic and successful.
rebel conditions brood distrust discouragement moro
against our In life, only
with bad.boys, who are filthy l Iii The Problems of Life. painting waiting ?
and or
we are like a captive bird beating its depression dispalr.
conversation, and corrupt,in deed, will Every life has its own problems.
its not I 3. Never seek to cast the. blameon .
wings against eagre. We do I Everyone must work'out for himself
be able to rise far above hisassociates. After house needs'
-not very: your laintingl'every'year
., hurt the' cage, we hurt ourselves others as the cause of your'misfortunei. these problems. Each one' must grow
Any girl however well the to be able to you wait ifwilljequire more (paint and
Many 'a man has pone down! beneath It may bo all true enough that insight perceive
she may have been raised; however I fits adverse conditions, and has not others are to blameBut recriminations what are. his peculiar! problems; then more labor to pUt .it in good condition. And
good may have been tier former each one must for himself grow the 14Vvery year you wait, your house is worth less. '
had the :courage the will are as unwise as they are\ useless
a"so-I nor : powerto ability to cope with these problems.We *
little
ciations who allows'herself ''to' A paint-money is good paint-insurance
.4:. meet and overcome these conditions and always end in making. matters may find help and inspiration and ,
ciate with other girls, who are ftlt'h11In
baa taken his own life. Two worse. comfort from others- but the actual
conversation, :Ugly In disposition! Seminole Indian chiefs were taken I Tbe'lmmQrlal Robert E. Lee never working out of these, problems must ..
disobedient to habit be done, everyone for himself. Never
parents by ill- 1LEADANDZINC'PAINT
dishonest prisoner: by General' Jesaup at the did a nobler thing.than when he took allow your faith in God to falter; Never
'*-tempered, ,' sloven, impure i close of the Seminole war. They were all the blameon, himself of his disastrous lose faith yourself; never grow

will inveitaUy be 'influenced by ruch captured'{ most disgracefully under a defeat 'at Gettysburg.: Althoughas discouraged; never waver; never

associations. fc.g of truce. It was simply outrageous a matter of fact! it was not his own I slacken your endeavor; do every day '
what do .
hands find to with
1 All this comes because the and inexcusable These conditions judgment to invade the North His might.your Remember that no conditionis your
thought! rawer a au OMe -wa a. LOIUl'
engendered by such were equally distasteful and repulsive was a warfare of defense. It was in so bad but what it might be Worse;

\4 consciously mould our conduct, and so to both these proud spirited obedience of the orders of the Confederate never so desperate but it may be

affect our character. "eminoles. These chiefs were the famous Congress and against his judgment mended.
r Life.
is Osceola and the famed John and advice that he undertook
It silly and self deceptive to say : Remember that all life Is froin
or to think that we -may associate Jumper. But they accepted. these that which ended in most signal l de .within The Kingdom of Heaven is /

with one who swears,,without swear conditions quite differently. Osoeola feat. Yet he''nObly took all tho' blameon I within. All principle is within. Virtue -

ing. Persistent and habitual associations .fiercely rebelled at them and defied himself saying' "No one is to honesty,. character, all are within.
I blame for this disaster but No This principle of inner life, is the true .
and me.
inevitably lead Us to assimilate his'captors, was imprisoned foundation of all'religion. It has. been
ourselves with those with whom we where he fretted and pined away and wonder the world. even his enemies, taught by all prophets, priests and ,

associate. We wiH soon like*what we died with a broken spirit. John held him to'' have been' a most magnanimous preacher; by churches, creeds and t

like to hear; and we will soon do Jumper, while deeply indignant took hero. councils It is the heart of all relig. ", '

what we like to' see and hear other ,his outrage more philosophically and Again consider how should we meet ion.growth This, and, too all,growth is the Ms basis from within of all

people do. ft Is a school of vice to 'was sent to. the Indian Territory, the conditions of life? outward. Every principle of life is .

witness! moving pictures which suggest i where' he lived for fifty years, and so i Let us patiently look into these untoward an Inner principle. whether that life l

evil thoughts It is lastingly detrimental far survived the catastrophe as to-' conditions; and note the causes t\s vegetable, animal or spiritual. It

to any one who will preferably turn it to the advantage of himself which produced them. Then let us lies character at the foundation is the result of nil of character.All growth,. Just as soon as your house needs painting, come in and let

associate with evilt speaking peo and his people, and became' in 'time set ourselves about changing those and we grow into that which we con- us'snow you how little it v,ill cost you to,use DEVOE..

pie A few years ago a court room in not only one of the most noted Indians causes. If slow to bring about, let template. Our thoughts form, the basis We sdy "DEVOE" because it's absolutely pure.

Virginia was the scene of riot and I in the Indian Territory, but a trusted us grow the ability to change them, I for our happiness here and here That's why DEVOE takes fewer gallons wears longerandcosts

murder. It developed that too per I I and useful minister of Jesus Christ. "Learn to labor and to wait". after.,poet WelD laureate might Martin of England Tupper, sing, onetime less by the job or by the year.

sons participating had been frequent i i No greater test of character is made Let us cheerfully, patiently, hope And that's why we guarantee; Devoewithout reserve.
witnesses in moving picture shows than this. fully set ourselves to the task of "My mind to me a kinl om Is;
,
bringing to a different set of con Lock me in a prisoji cell, I W. B. Makinson Company
where murder had been portrayed on pass ,
"It is easy! enouirht to be pleasant I Beneath some gloomy citadel,
.
the .canvass. The pictures of prizefighting When the world floats along like a ditions. That Is the most difficult Strand me on some lonely shore Kissimmee Florida St. Cloud Florida
produces the prize fighting ,but it is the key to success. Foot of man ne'er wandered o'er; ,
I j song; Two examples from well known ,Nay. mid dangers fierce and dark ,,- . '> - .. .....". . . .
I
desire and that produces prize fighting I ... .. j!. ,, ,
But the worth
and prize lighting produces all Is the man man who will while smile I' history will aid us in making the very'My Float Quenchless me on peril's soul frailest could bark sit, and !:'1-- ,I'it. ,I .,,.ft. ,., . .,;
other kinds of fighting and murder. best out of the most distressing conditions -I I IJ
When everything- dead think - --- -- --- ---- -
goes! wrong; '
I : 1 he settlement and building And smile at danger's dizziest brink." 1
The !slow going law makers have at ( I
For the test of the heart is trouble
i of Venice was on tit in wise; the OotnsI '
last ascertained this fact and have I And it comes to use through the I invading the north of Italy drove before j IdeaU. Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. II. Bryan, Vice Pre. J. L. Berber, Scc'y.lreas.Bryan ':i

prohibited not only prize fighting, but I years; them the haps) inhabitants of I Ideals are thoughts. The finest .
that '1 nese people lied into mental conceptions embodying a model .
moving pictures of prize fighting in country.
But the smile that i is worth!
I the morasses that holder on the I of excellence. A standard of per- w
all decent (countries. I
.. The praises of earth 'northern end of tile Adriatic, whitherthe fection formed in the mind. Utterly
The Conditions of Life. Is the.Rmile that shines through tears.It heavily mailed and mounted t depiavcd or hopelessly imbecile must 4
Many people consider themselvesthe Ooths could not lollow. 'inero on seventy be that mind that has no ideal. 'A .
victims of ill-starred fate. It is i is easy enough to be prudent, I low mud islands, which were mind without an ideal is as a ship f
covered at high tide they founded
When nothing to
tempts us stray
; '
heredity, environment, or other agencies the of Venice. There
city was on
beyond thei rcontrol. All such When from without or within, I these islands not a stone, not a stick Realty Company ;
misapprehensions, are misleading, and I No voice of sin, is leading the soul of timberlet they brought piles MANY TROUBLESDUE Y
| away; from the mainland, and quarried Offices on Broadway Kissimmee t
are furthermore provocative of a feeling I ,
But it's virtue crocks from the mountain far away
only a negative
of utter: helplessness in the handsof and floated them to these i islands on T03AN] Opposite Graystone hotel
Until l tried
it la fire II
I by ,
what call their "fate. The
they rafts, and budded on a million piles. .
"f conditions of life are neither accidental And the life that is worth and raised their rock-built city sky 1
'I The .homage of .earth. warduntil it stood the wonder and -
or incidental. They are the resultof
Is the life that resists desire. beauty of the whole earth. That city INACTIVE LIVERMany i
the operation of the law of cause became the mistress of the seas and .!!

and effect. I By the cynic, the sad and the fallen built up the most stable governmentknown Orange Groves, Timber I and. We Pay Taxes fee N..reel. '
the world that time. Fora
at
Certainly they are frequently over Who had no strength for the strife. thousand to years Venice ruled the of the troubles of lifo such as Cattle Ranch. Country and .. Menu sad Ad an Owaer'eAgents \ -,1:

ruled by a wise and beneficent Provi- I The World's highway, Mediteranean, defied Rome, and thun- headache, indigestion, constipationand CIty Property for Rental Preputy. Vii
dence, and made to rubserve some Is cumbered today, dered against Con t.antanople. All lack of energy are due to {inactive %

good and benevolent end. But we They make up the item of life; conditions conceivable by a brave and livers. IL .,

should make ourselves the masters of But the virture that conquer passion, deterfmined people, who thought they GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX is a I,:
could succeed and did natural vegetable remedy that will
such conditions rather than their The sorrow that hides in a smile, The conditions of life did not affect get the liver right and make those
slaves. Consider another aphorism: It is these that are worth the South at the close of the war that' troubles disappear. It has none of tho

The Conditions Of Life Do Not Affect The homage of earth left them helpless, poverty stricken, dangers or disagreeable effects of calomeL Lumber Co.
Us. Though we find them but once and a shorn of all property; their homes in May
ruin, their men wounded, maimed or Get a 60c or $1 bottle of this t.kn-
Daniel in t.he' lion's den wai while. .
supremely Y' it
did from .
slain; their boys and women and the remedy your drntffiiit today '
happy. The Hebrew children brave depleted remnant of weak and Every bottle bears' the likeness L. Wholesak and Retail Dealers la ,

f kt the fiery. furnace were at perfect<< Not until we make ourselves masters ragged men that straggled back to K. Grigsby who guarantees it A
. ; .of the conditions.. of_ life, and their ruined homes. Yet these people through Oscecla Pharmacy,
ce. ,.. . .eels ,.k.nJrr' t to'consider ourselves the Victims YELLOW PINE: LUMBERt: ,;
cease .
Paul and Silas in the Phillippian .- t .t' .
of misfortune will enter into ,
urr
I jail were happy and rejoicing under and Laths *
then shall meet Shingles .
the most inconceivably adverse con- birthrightHow, we *
the conditions of life let ?
; me repeat

dition"prisoner,John was on next the door Isle of to Patmos heaven.a I 1. Never meet.these conditions ina J I The Favorite Store of Kisrimmee I II HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY "" 1tl

spirit of rebellion against them. It
John Bunyan in Bedford jail, was 'does no good to rebel against law. All we ask is let us figure on year estimates. .
happy and useful; Ridley and Latimer
Change the law if you can But learnto Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
amid the fires of Smithfield, were tri-

umphant Diogenes heroes.was happier in his tub I Caleb patiently rowers make was the in the best penitentiaryfor of things. FURNITURE ? Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla. '

for crime he
many years, a which
than Alexander: the Great wielding
the world. claimed that he did not commit namely I ...*jfc -...A/U ... y/b ...-
scepter over a conquered
the murder of Governor Goebel.
Socrates was tranquil when drinkingthe r
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I Yet he tried and condemned to
was
poison hemlock, while all around
die three times. He worked patientlyfor .
him were weeping Helen Kellar, although !-' fi WE HAVE IT !
holding that he was
firmly
yf&ra :
deaf, dumb and blind, is -happy Mr. Citrus Grower
going to be set free, for he said he :
and useful; W. D. Upshaw, the tal-
was an innocent man. He never lost For the time being we can supply with
ented editor of the. Golden!! Age, you *
hope and fretted uselessly over his P
though an invalid for life, who for 20
fate. At last he was pardoned out by
years was condemned to lie on his la eonaectiea with Hardware fine complete
the Governor of the state, and at once oar we cany a Water-Soluble PotashALL
back a helpless cripple, arose'above went abroad proclaiming his liberty fine of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting sera, and

his conditions in life, and has made of ___. Kindle reliable .
himself a versatile writer, and an imperial YOU WANT AS LONG AS IT LASTS .

orator and a nation-wide tem- LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your This is the most interesting announcement made in I, regard to ;{

pern nee reformer. Alexander H. Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my Bed Room Furniture, Dining Florida fertilization since the beginning {he European war,, I

Stevens in the earlier days of the last husband of LaGrippe and Fever after Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor and it is in keeping with our cu stom of being leaders in this. Ln-- 4

century, was a deformed cripple and the doctor's medicine and other reme dustry.

had to be wheeled< :
which ,
conditions
chair, the victim of
ROACH Drifton Fla IDEAL
LULA C. FERTILIZERS
'would the of mortal Couches Etc.
try spirit any Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c. ,
man. Yet he rose above his conditions have for a quarter-century represented the beat and most c0m-

to make Georgia's most distinguished plete line of plant food combinations possible to offer to the

statesman. .aaaaaaa aM This store is making a record fer itself in. the matter ef growers of Florida, and now in this trying period IDEAL FERTILIZERS

All these cases and hundreds of helping people te entit ....... Come and see. Oar prices are are doing the almost impossible-giving unlimited
others which might be mentioned, IBEMUARDtSStore POTASH content and all POTASH is strictly WATER-SOLUBLE

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TIM Old BUadard general trcnvthenia ......., IN with(rood wire fOR ENGINEERS Am. 3 to 4%; /.. P. A., 0 to 8%; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 5 I to 6%
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O OVB'B TA8TKUBS3 chill TONIC. llalaria, nricbe*the blood.s.dbuild.aptinerrr them for every purpose OLD IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE ,
w"Nn.. A.u-toaJc. For adult and children.. 501:. lot including cKra Am. 3 to 4%; A. P. A., 6 to 8'Wat.-Sol.; Pot 10 to 11,. 'I
partitions, etc. Ne matter what hind ef u Engine yew kare-Gas; Steam

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Ask Your Grocer write with for dsrbilt...ito_,.. need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oflets, etc, .
W. A T.'S SPECIAL
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wrong aU ef die best quality and workmanship, and at prices Oat will

IIWI' surprise ,... This store has this reputation ef handling ..., AMMONIA-PHOSPHATE FORMULAS ,

'hardware Ant is ef superior quality and yes will make so mistake and any other analyses to meet your needs. 4

CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES -- m cemlng her NOW and inspecting ear Ug stock. Our New Catalogue will be ready moon. Writ to us. J.


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ourselves. In the beautiful, entrancing UNCLAIMED LETTERS ._ make some adjustment' in thX,

OH I ; A, J, ,HOLT'S SERMON tiful visions land of and the are redeemed we not In justified the beau.in THIS OLD SOLDIERIS the May 8, 1916.Advertised weekending NICK SMITH HURT IN chine, when Mr. JDickerson suddenlyran

singing with John G- Clark of the list for two his car out from his residence.
OF'16j' IN'LINE May 22, 1916! AUTO-MOTOR CRASH"Nick"
r TO CLASS Evergreen Mountains of Life. STILL Neither MrDlckerson: or Mr. Smith
Best, |S- W.; Burns, R. F.J; Brown
stars, we are told, MEMPHIS *severely
Where they know not the sorrowsof GOES' "TO REUNION Its;' H J Green, Leroy; Griffin Smith was bruised and the motorcycle struck the automobile .
r and heroically until he had perfected AND MARCHES THREE Iibb' and cut about the legs and arms early
MILES
time; ), J. }i Hancock, W. W.; Han fender, throwing Smith to the
the first sewing to mankind machine an instrument and bequeathed -:i Where the pure water wander.: thro'valleys' IN BIG PARADE-GAINS TH1R-.l cock, HolHngsworth Lee' W.; Tuesday morning, ,when, while ridinga pavement, The ,jnotorcyclo was badly .1

i which would forever bless all woman. And. life is of treasure gold, sublime. t TEEN POUNDS I I Robert, Francis'; Story, A. BI:; Taylor. .' motorcycle, he collided with an automobile I damaged. Smith was taken to a 1 1physlci

kind, and render himself famous for a "If it had not ,been for that Tanlac, Ray; Williams, Mrs. Veta;. Williams driven by B. Dickerson. The n'!' office where his injuried4"

all time to come..I<'orty-ftve.years ago 'Tis the land of'our God- 'tis the home I couldn't have gone to the Confederate Ingram; WingoD. L. accident occurred at,the Midland rail.: were attended. He was later taken this *
one-armed man came to my home . of the '
crossing
I in Texas, bearing the rude model of Where ages soul of splendor eternally Reunion at Memphis,the 6th', B B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. way otv Broadway home on Clay street"- It Is' not 'j

a writing machine. )ie explained it to roll. of October and marched afoot for' ADVERTISED LETTERS.: Mr. Smith had taken his eyes off thought that his injuries. will prove,'

me with patient particularity. I faild Where, the way-weary traveler reaches nearly three miles in ,the big parade,"| the road for a. second, It is said, to serious. I .im. }.. .1
to see in Mt anything worth while. his goal said- takes much food ill
Frank B. Kendrick, who Jives at, When the baby too
lie shook his.head sadly, but said he On the mountains of life. '
to make it lie did so evergreen 4800 Charlotte'avel'l e, Nashville.'' the stomach turns; tho result isi indijgestion -
was going go.
and as 1 write these' words on a Royalmachine Our gaze* cannot soar to that" beautiful j Mr. Kendrick is one of Nashville's. : sourness and vomiting. CALOMEL IS MERCURY !' IT SICKENS 1 1I '
I am reaoinir' the results of I land. oldest and best known citizens. Frequently the bowels are Involve ;,.
t the d ;I.rJ. M. Beatty. Nearer But our visions have told of its 'I
and there is colic pains and diarrhoea.
home, IL M, Flagler'conceived the bliss; As a membeivpf Company I, Second
idea of an over-sea railroad from the ''And our souls by the gales from its Kentucky Cavalry Basil Duke's .regiment McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR io a grand I ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE ,;
It main land of Florida to Key West gardens are fanned General John B. Gordon's com I corrective remedy for the stomachand .
It took many years of patient endeavor When we faint in the desert of this; mand Mr. Kendrick service bowel disorders of babies. It 1 Is
,
Ili and the expenditure of millions of And we sometimes have longed for saw i,
wholesome and pleasant to take. "
throughout the civil and ]lure,
money before it was finally an accom- "itnoholy. repose war- was '
plished fact. But the East Coast rail- When. our spirits were torn with tern I wounded four different times- Price 25c and LOc per bottle. Sold by "DodsoA's Liver Tone" Starts Your Liver Hero's my (jiinrnntcf-fo! to any drug ," !
way is correctly. named the "Flagler tations and woes Osfoola"' Pharmacy.-Adv.: store and got a AO( cent, Itotll of Dod- '
System", In honor to the untiring efforts And, we've drunk from the tide of the I-I Better Than Calomel and Doesn't oil's Liver '1'''''''. 'J",ikc a Mioonful.\ to ,j
.of IL M- Flagler to work out a river that flows intensely! iheu- Ten thousand quarts of strawjcr night and If It ilnpNti'tr\ straighten| )'011'
t, great ideal. From the evergreen mountain matism, and when springtime came Saliva! or Make You ST r. right up and mal you fO'PI.flnp, and "
life. Of"//I rios are leaving daily from GriffinGallcway vigoraua'hy/ ) morning! 1 I want you to /gohack J
Michael Angelo saw an "Angel ina.Rock" i I went all to pieces. I had just about and 'Kathleen and a total to tin' storeanil get your money. '

that was his Ideal. and with Oh, the stars never tread the blue made up my mind that: my end was.,-of havo been Listen to met Tak.; no more nick- DodiMin's.. Liver Tone i in destroying (the 4
and consummate skill he 800000; quarts : shipl
persistence heavens at night not far off. It looked like I ening, salivating calomel when bilious or Halo of calomel' liocanm- lit .seal liver *
very
chizzled out his ideal until it became But we think where the angles have I pod form thes points this season. constipated. Don't low a day's work I medicine entirely' vejjelitlile.1 tl.creffv it
real. .....1. was on the verge of a general) physi-1 I Calomel Is
.. mercury or quicksilverwhlcli can not nulhato. make Jou nick. '
t An Ideall'st may. be termed a And the day never smiles (from his I cal decline, and I had about despaired spent four days, 'in Memphis at the I pauses necrosis of the bane. I guarantee that one nvoonfiil' ; of 14<,,1.! 'j

"dreamer". Yes. Joseph' of Egypt was palace of light of ever walking again. I am seventy reunion, and jUst Cramped around allover Calomel when it coinos into contact ""011'. IJ\er-Tone. will (put your nlni' ;>{jnli ,I
a dreamer, idealist But he became But feel the bright smile of with sour bile crashes Into It, breaking liver .
we our years of age, have fought a good town with the boys. All around to work and rlenn sear |IH'\\'I'I.' uf 4
I
Egypt's most famous and most'practical God. flght I it up. This U when you feel l that awful hat sour bile and e.,,,..1 1t..I..1. wiitt.iuhieh
ruler. and proven my record, and was were men who gave out during the nausea and If "
homeward rrampinp.
We are traveling through you are slutf- U ('Ioj'uinir t David was a dreamer idealist; but changes and gloom. ready to goBut /since I got hold of parade, but at the end I was right Itllh and "all knocked out" if your Ing yon feel l HitM-rnl, I irimnintw tint i

became Israel's greatest king. Paul To a kingdom where pleasures eternally TanlacI have set my head to round :there, and didn't feel the least bit'tined. liver U torpid and bowels constipated|: a bottle of O'"I-("''-. ,Liver font will' I.
was an idealistic dreamer, too, and he bloom I or you have headache, dir.r.lncmi. rontmltongue .
keep entire fiiinllv feeling tine fur
out ninety and from the I your
years, I back few
way just got a days
became Christianity's greatest advo- And our guide is the glory that shines ago, if breath, U bad or stomach mir rt'ontliH.'; Citeittosour\ rliil.lren., H Uh
{, cate. Under God, everyanes's life is through the tomb feel 1 now I believe I will do it. BeforeI and am awfully glad to tell you what just take a spoonful, of harmless D-xi- i'mint*: ,diM-Hn't gripe. anil they like its ,
t in his own hands. From the evergreen mountains of i: began taking this medicine I was I jTonlac has done for me. If I had eoo'n Liver Tone on my guarantee. pennant' taste

We gravitate toward that which we life." rapidly losing what little strength and the money I would buy every old sol
contemplate. We assimilate ourselves In the above free has been i I
1 use flesh I had and weak and debilitated
with our ideals. This is why made of the ideas of others, which I was BO dier a bottle of Tanlac, because I believe '"' it all I could do walk .. to v- ..
t God told Isaiah to'write' : "Look unto have made by own, especially thoseof was it would add years to their lives. If- V-
jne all ye ends of the earth"; and Ralph Waldo Trine. from the bed to the chair, and even Tanlac is sold exclusively in KisMinmoe -

Paul wrote, "Looking unto Jesus,"the A. J. HOLT. that required great exertion. I had by J. Z Roberson and in St .

'c: author and finisher of our faith. no appetite at all, couldn't sleep to do Cloud by the Seminole Pharmacy.-
I Li Spend no time in uselessly deploring -
the conditions of. blood, birth, her BASSENGER BRIDGE any good and was awfully nervous. W. L. Shoes
edity, circumstances laws, government i My flesh seemed: to dry and I suffereda Douglas

or the daily wrongs: we hourly great deal' with headache."I : I I Adv.No. ,
meet. Face the conditions &what 8 they exist HEARING MAY 25THMajor 1 : doctored and doctoredbut lid.
mind
k and place in your they 6.66 '
should be, and grow the ability to not how any signs of improvement. I ,

make them so. Keep your ideal constantly attributed. my failure to get relief to
For
Men
before your mind, as a sculptor W. B. Laduo U. S. Army myoId age and declining physical This it a prescription/ prepared especially
keeps his model constantly in view. Engineer located at Jacksonvilk', bus for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
I have just three thoughts in con- issued the following notice of po\Cers. Hut I made a bad guess, because Five or six doei will break any case, andif
I, conclusion, which I desire to impress ,I Ion a h'ur-I after taking Tanlac two weeks taken then a* a tonic the Fever will not
your minds. These are compressed ing in regard to the bridge question i, I felt bettor and younger than I had return. Jt acts on the dyer better than
in three words:-Health, happiness I at Hansenger: I Calomel and docs not (ripe or ticken. 250
felt in I ninth
years. am now on my
I and Heaven. Our health is very lurge- "The War I Department having un- I Best Value
lie bottle, and 'am actually thirteen --- -- -- on Earth
ly influenced by our thoughts er consideration applications of 1\1 lr. I 'i
', ,.i who lives in constant thought dread pounds heavier than I was before I'
of some fatal disease, is much more Willie Williams andIr.! W. S.I began taking Tanlac. :My clothes were
4 liable to contract that disease than P-earce, for approval of location ,
too large-now they too small,
ure
f he who is constantly) thinking oft for the I
plans proposed bridges over
abounding health. An unmitigated .. uud I guess I wilfhavo to buy clothes ===== ATS3.5O==
KisHimmee river .
near Bassenper
evil lies in the patent medicine advertisement -18.1 that will fit me comfortably. To make a1..
,, which describes a public hearing will be held at r
symp- a long story short the medicine just
toms. Then,* of course, they went to No. 28, HusHcnger, Fla., at 1:30: ,
seemed to fill with life and''
me new
i take that remedy I that cures those o'clock p, m., Thursday, !May 21(1/ ,
}, those symptoms. In this the patent energy, and put me right on my feet.I .
for the of 'onsiderinjC the
: i medicine advertisers are wise and purpose have a fine appetite nj.w. I
i wicked, and those who read them are sufficiency of the provisions for navigation "As I told you before, I can now S
floolish. Christian Science has littleto made by the plans submitted, ,
commend it religion but it i walk anywhere, and have thrown my t4i es
as a or changes that be required
any may I -
aside because I don't need it :
has fallen on this one thing which i is cane any
> 4',' its only redeeming featureIt, teaches .. to avoid unreasonable interference I more, except for bad eyesight. I
es its advocates 'o ,think of health with navigation.
) 'J'a ther than sickness. All persona Accordingly notice, is hereby given
6 should do this, and may"do so, without that all persons interested are invited I GEORGIANS 'S-TESTlfY'- H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

having to adopt the unreasonable I .<.
to be present at the above named
4fi conclusions of Mrs:. Eddy.
d, '.uappinelll-X' am sure that our benevolent time and place ,to express their' views 10 MAYR'S REMEDY :,

.Y Heavenly'Father desires His upon the' suitability of the location ,."

children to be happy. ,An ordinary and the adequacy of the' plans with Live Redeemed and Fortunes in '. : ,
earthly father would do that for his
( children How'much more our Heavenly reference to the navigation of the Health Are Recovered. tl\ I ::
I t r- -- --- -- -- ,'c...
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Father- |He has provided all streams; While all statements at the Most of the problems of health orig- -" 't(.."< .

things necessary to procure such happiness tearing are "'given due' consideration, inate in the stomach. Most of these '. -(
both her and hereafter. Nev Important facts and statistics intended ailments can be cured. Thousands of
er-think that vou are born to a life people right in the state of Georgiaare
to' have social in the final
weight
of 'misery. Remember that sin and needlessly suffering from stomach Ernest Amos The of the worldare
determination of the case should
sinful thoughts and sinful conduct, in- troubles, while thousands of others eyes
evitabl" produce* unhappiness. But preferably> be submitted in writing.By have found health by the use of Mayr's An Experienced Man for
I rttMrectnes8 of life, hopefulnoss of authority of the Chief of Engi- Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of
t.hsfbit, cheerfulness of disposition! do- this remarkable remedy is proof. STATE COMPTROLLERYOUR

a invariably ing/good to produce others, serving happiness God,both will neers, U- S. Army.W.. B. LADUE, I who Here have are the used words it: of two Georgians STATE AUDITOR FOR 12 on the man who

here .and hereafter. Dismiss from Major, Corps of Engineers, U. S- A. I D. DUNCAN 136 W. Peachtree St., YEARS. KNOWS THE WORKOF
your minds the thought that one cannot Atlanta Ga.-'I took one battle ofMaTT" COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE
be happy in this world. So many Wonderful Remedy and it did THOROUGHLY, FROM ACTUAL
.>......C 40..000 C"OOOOOOOO.
J I Poole seem to think that all their happiness me so much good I must continue the EXPERIENCE. I WILL APPRECIATE
is reserved for the world be- "
DO YOU KNOW THAT + treatment.
YOUR VOTE.
.yond. Except we have within us the 0 SALISTA THOMAS, 55 La FranceSt. SAVESAUSE
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true principles of genuine happiness Atlanta, Ga.- 'I have taken your (Paid Advertisement)
here, we stand a doubtful chance of 0 Light promotes cleanliness? 4 remedy for five weeks. I feel like I

ever attaining true happiness, either 0 A clean mouth is essential to nardly known my strengthmy appetite -
in this world or in the World to come. 0 good Health? .4 is fine." -
Genuine happiness is inborn with our
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
0 Phy ical training in childhood *
I regeneration, whereby we are "raisedup permanent results for stomach, liver
together' and made to sit together 0' is the foundation of o.dult. and intestinal ailments. Eat as much

y in heavenly places." John the revelator 4 health? 4 and whatever you like. No more distress for

was genuinely happy while a 0 That the 17 S Public Health after seating, pressure of gas in a moment, young man,
prisoneron Patmos. and was very the stomach and around the heart.
t, much in the flesh, although also in the 4 Service issue" publications! on. Get one bottle of your druggist now .r(4 .mye'efDre"r+ l a thought to self. The
4 and sanitation for free .
spirit. Paul became so happy on one hygiene and try it on an absolute g-uarantee-
VoctMsion: that he was at a loss to de- distribution ? 4 if not satisfied monev will he returned problems that confront
termine whether he was in the fleshor J. Z. Robertson and all you now, or
0 Isolation is the moat e.cient For sale by 1444 carry all'thet1ading
of the flesh. Then lit makeup .
out ys and stand. will few
hence.Look
our minds to be happy here and 0 means of controlling leprosy? < other reliable druggists. aril vaVlrtlrs that a years .
0 Headache is Nature's warning O - have been l tested
.. ,r and known to be ,,1
now.All people everywhere saint and 0 that the human machine i is run- 4 adapted f our
sinner, Christian and heathen, believein 0 ning badly? < soli iitjd cllmato about you-the men of affairs in country, slate, nation-yes,

heuv.jn. Outside the Bible this i is 0 bullet kill thousands -> .. j N Inmetlste e eon mnvf rank skip.me.t .. in the world, are the men who started to tare early in life.
may For
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'Of its real existence Congress
XI one strong proof of all the
that everybody on earth believes in 4 flies ten of thousands? <' 't, Bi'ntionable crop They have the respect and confidence of the '

itn, So we have a right to think about Obesity menaces longevity? Fourth District need. community
heaven. In this our ideals may be O a E
quite variable. The Indiana' heaven OOO.ooootOttttOOoo IOr<:.rn r'1\v!'Tn!! Then look on the other side-at the fellows who
t consists of happy hunting grounds. FORREST LAKE NO. J CAROLINA NOHTII ''Iu make-4hey may hare a food time for a while, but wilt:! does tl *r

1 Mohamet's heaven was featured by Whenever Yon Need a General Tonic and the Small' personality reflect
the bright-eyed: houri, who administered Take drove Spanish! Two

a Mormons'to a heaven hfe of is carnal enhanced enjoyments.by the The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless of \ Crop. A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the
chill I.
Tonic valuable
eqnaOy as. o KKII ronv. Mil
presence of numerous wives and chil- General Tonic became it contains the SanfordR. I I..t. Sornriim Paz nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
dren. The Christians' heaven centers I jt'Rr 'V..ed.lllt11)'N Make
well known tonic
QUININB
who died for and propertiesof Oft""11I. Rhode your beginning now today. Your
around Him us rose
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives I Or*.,. "hut". bank boek wiD the '
4' again. Our childhood's'dreams have out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and (hid .... 1./1w PN1Aa. KnfTIrPorn pare way.
pictured that beautiful land that is Build up the Wok System. SO: cent. -:1.0: I \a."'PcT ,
fairer than day, where everlasting IIICA1V4.and Upland
Lowland Seed
spring.abide'i and never- fading flow- Rice. y ..
picture of that beautiful State
Bank
reserved to be )
land was described TOMATO if.AWT!!
'1 in the last words of God's message to Lty........ II.'F .
men. There were rivers of pure water ..d tae F......

of life there is the Holy City, S. FLOYDDealer JokmBacrAVrlta
I wails{ of Kissimmee
whose are Jasper, and whose UK for ,
fates are pearl, there are many mansions weekly Drlce list on
which Christ has to In Field Reed Grain
I gone prepare Poultry Feed and Capital
'Then there are the saints of all 8u""I1.. Our descriptive stock'--------------$100,000.00 .
. the true; ,the 'noble the' good'ropL.t I catalog ... .i ever *-----------_____________________ 400,000.00t ,.'fI'.'. '",
Groceries Grain .
priest, apostle'the; redeemed Nay, and Feed tree on request.

of every nation making such a multi .aorfrtntrootnTFIEI '. ; I Officer and Directors. ., r '

) tion.tude that There it' a is,..beyond' aU'that all are enumera-lovely Corner' Broadway and$ 11dn( Ate.., f ,I lIakeUf'. hi 1-J: A. CARSON. W J. M. LEE. VICe Pnet. ,- :J'C.

and lovable. White'winged angek, -' M. KATZ. 2nd.Vice Poet <
messengers of mercy; the Great Try Us on Your Next Order For Feecvummaawfauuiimtwtnnr "
; the Harps of Gold the EAIARTIN SEED 'Is ROMA THOMAS, Cashier s sI
m chap e
r m.lady.divin.-and-th..aonga.of.: the : , ._.. -_-----I. Jiulsoln LrFLors O& ',

redeemed.,, Why may we not .regale l r I

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I''instruction- -On*. NOT1CBT. TO) .TOCKHOU>BR: .. Complaint filed In this eauss that the
For CommIssioner of !AgrIculturee- Respondent In this case who are ''I
Proceedings of WHAT MY NEIGHBORS On.. .X., ...__. FI.r4. I herolnbelow named are' person ....100..1 Select Hofncs Choice Farms: ;
"or. Railroad Commissioner.. Mar a. A. D. isia. residences, cltl..l! hl p and ages are ,
For Adjutant General-one. T. All I.. ..eefck.l*.... .( the K'_ unknown to the Complainants and I
. For' State Chemiat-On.. ,ml___ Club Ce sss>..,.< that relief I. sought In the said suit 1 r Vacant [Lots and 'Aaeage, I
the School.BoardKlsslmmee. HAVE DONE For AssistAnt State Auditor-'One. You are hereby notlfled that pursuant against them: I
For Judge of (he Circuit Court to written direction of the Board IT IA. TH REFORIII RDERttn MRS. SUMMERS
(Continued from Page 4)) Seventh Judicial Clrc..lt-.Jn".I Of Directors and their request to me That Royal )t. .Pulslfer and Clara S. ;
For States Attorney Seventh Judicial a Spaclal Meetlnir. of the 8tockhold..rahh..tK Pulslfer his wife and Edwin 11. H... 608 Penfkld St. S. KbslnmweTHE ,
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of .
Club Company will .
CircuitOno. 'his wife
ken and Cells Haskell ,
.. P-la.... May 1, ma. For State Henator. Nineteenth Senatorial be at the Klsslmmee Club' Klsslmmee. I Charles K Andrews and Josephine. Andrew .
The) Hoard of Public Instruction met Il fixes her own standard, and remainsso Ol.trlct--Une. ., Oscenls County. .Florida. on *. his wife, Edward H. l>ou lsss .
In regular session there being present I For' Member State Rouse of 1tep'e.sentatlvesne. May .lii., A. I). UII, at elKlu-thlrty! and Minnie. 1.' HoURlass his wife, - -
'' W. C. Itass, .Chairman I J. s. ,busy condemning: herself for be. (8:10): P. m.,, for the r..rpo.e of considering Ise -Ch..p".n. an her I.eu-I S

ton. and' waiter' Jironsoni: also, Btrat.1 ing: below that standard that she has : For Supervisor of RegistrationOne. the .dvla.bll issuing she be married. flout Florida RailroadCompany ftORIOANETALPROWCTSGOLMANUFACTURE .
Toll, County Superintendent, .. i bonds of the company to an airrrViia.te. Florida Corporation and
a
Minute of the last meeting never took'the, t.rouble'to give a mor. For County JurtKe-One, .. amount .of Twenty-Ova Thousand 'lent Investment Company.'a Connecticut ':'
,
rend nad Approved. Dollars and scouring the same by deed
..."11 K. 1..' LUf.r..r. County Treasurer re". 1 al standard to the.man. And as for On For-. County 1'ro.ecutlnff' Attorney- at trust' upon the property now ownedor hereby Corporation required ,to be ba and and appear they are toll METAL

--.' ported" ftJon'I: :: ::- himself if it's to be left to him, he For SheriffOne.: hereafter acquired: by the company.. <. lilll of Complaint filed In this.
To the Board of Public Instruction For Clerk 'Of the Circuit Court- And for the transaction of any and anbusiness rauan, In the court aforesaid on or CEILINGS
In and for Oaceola county: needs none and will have' non One. pertainIng 'thereto or necessary before Monda,'. the fifth day. of June,
1 hereby tender my report HS Treasurer For County Assessor of Taxes On In connection therewith. A. I D. '"111. Otherwise the hill of Complaint .
of Qsceola county for the month Woman. wake tip; and give the man 'For County Tax eilertor-une. JOHN I). CLARK. will. In due toUrs. of law. betaken CUIBERTS, SHINGLES

of AJ>rjl. A. L). U16: his standard and let it be as high aa For County Superintendent of Pub- As Company.Secretary of the Klsslmmee I0-tt Club. 'as confessed agralnat the said AND aTrfCM Ite
Geared
Krhovl Instruction-One.
Faad Uc Respondent '
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-"iTD- balance from last report.!11,280 18 yours. If the 'races are to be per. For County Commissioner, DistrictNo. IT IS! FITRTHKR ORDERED 'THAT SHEET METAL
TV amt received from Tax 1-fine. .
and this order' be published once a we..kror
ColU-ctor. taxes 1.618 SI petuated; we must have both men tf Commlanloner.; District NOTICE) OF AI)MI1VITMATOII 1 '
: -- ---- eight consecutive week In the
N.rol-S't': : \ BUILDING
To ain't received I from i Tax women, and if we do our duty to our- .. District FOH.FnAL. 1>1SCIIAH K Klsalmmee Valley Qasettn, a weeklynewspaper.
Collector polls Hi 14 42 For Commissioner
00 County
.
of.aeneralcirculation
To ain't: ..e d'T i selves and to one another and fulfill No. I-c.'n.: IN roi'HT nv TIIH' COUNTY J'DGIU" In published the city and of Ktaslmmee.Count" .. _> IMCUI.
Collector polls, 1916 -______ ill 00 For County Commissioner District STATE OK"KI.OHIUA. OSCE3O1.A! of Osceola and State of Flor' QuoTWONSI
th-3 mission earth that God has
... on '
No. f--0n. .
C'4 INTV.Notice )
'.' UI.OU OS I For' County Commissioner. DistrictNo. .a- -.1 ...._._._ _. u_._,,.: n_____ ida. I J YcI'5oP4vII.Lz; :.. ... . . .t LA.
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us we must improve our
By paid warrants as per list f.118" given up9n l--0n.. .- I la. hereby-Klven/i all wh...m WITNESS 'l'Erl; : 1IONORAULTOJAMES J
ancesl rs. Man will not improve him- For" County Surveyor-One. It mfy on the 10th day of \V. A. Judge Of the
By balance ------------9 8,627 41 For' Member. of Behoof Board. DI. .onc..rnhthat .. I shall' apply to said Court and my name a* Clerk
self unless require it of Kim. You .' thereof and the seal of the said. Circuit '
Knlt-Nebool. ItUtrlct N... I. you trlrt No. 1-One. the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of
To balance from last rennrtt 820 20 could not boast of being the instru For Member of school Board. Dlatrlct said Court as Judge of i"rohate. for my Court at Klaslmtnee OsceolaCounty.
To itm't received from Tax No. 2-One. nnal discharge as Administrator of the Florida, nn this the Slat day Joe E. Johnston'
Collector taxes _____.l.u 08" 70 ments born which all thnt-ls show For' Member of School Board. PIs- estate of Roslella Tearaon. deceaa: of March. A. U. Kit. !
Irlct 3>Jo. 18-One. and that at the came time t will present Ct. Ct. Seal) J. L. OVERSTREET.A .
979 00 ered upon you eminates if you had For (County; Commltteeman DistrictNo. to .said Court My' final accountsas Clerk Circuit Court .sforesald.Dy .

By paid Warrants as per list 171 46 had not required of yourselves a 1--One. Administrator of said estate and JAJvlKS !II. JOHNSTON
For County Committeeman DIstrict ask for their aproval. A* Deputy Clerk:
fly balance _n. ___..____ 807 55Muaarbeel standard. Remember1 that it's a No. 2-One. .. Dated Mafch 8th. A. D. 1916. Johnston A nRrr : '15-8t CITY ENGINEER :
UI.'rl.0.' .. thatIs . For' County Commltteeman DistrictNo. A. E. DROt/ To balance from last report f 102 81 mighty sorry woman of today 8-One.Fo IS-oamfimo. Administrator. .
. To mn't, received from Tax better County fOl11mltteeman. DistrictNo. !
a ColI..ctor. taxea _n_______ S8 JJ not than the average man 41 )ne., NOTICE ()K An'II1I1TR'TontFer Surveying and
.Of today. For County Commltteeman DistrictNo. I. 4'lrenlt Ceart. Slate ..f Fiends, Klaal lllseBarirelIB ,
6--One. Pet-rath Judicial\ ClrenM. Oserola

By paid warrants' as per' list 141 10 00 10 Then do your duty to your God; to For County Commltteeman DistrictNo. ('neat?. la ChaiBcery Court nf ('....tT J>< .... Dial vl DraftingS.IUILLOCK'

your neighbor and to yourselves.Give . 6One.For' County. Committeeman District Chsrles n. t..... Complainant Florida. tlseeola Coualf.IB .
fly balance ____.u_____ 111 10 % M.Kfinnle. I .
?"b-.I, "' llUlrlrl No. S. to the man his standard and require No. 7-JOne. Coniinlttconmn. DistrictNo. !.:. rase, Ilefmdant. re IXme nf Khadrlek M. Chandler. I .
To bnlunce. front, lant tvporl f$ 656 IS is For County. Notice' In hereby given to all whom I
of 100
him test that .
8-'n.
a per : that the' 20tU day
It
To m't received front Tax District It. nppenrlnir by affidavit appended may concern on
Collector taxes _. _ n_ __ Sfi 90 cetn pure]. No.For 9(1ne.For County. Committeeman to the hill Oled) In the nhovestntedcause of Octohi-r A. n. 1H1H I shall ripply
County Commltteeman DistrictNo. that Fannie K. Case. the defendnnt to thi Hcinnrable T. M. Murphy Judge I
693 ISBy 10-On.. therein nnmed. IB a nonresident of nf anld. Court as Judge of Prohnte. for .
pnld warrants. 'tB per list To mlIly Sallow complexion is due to a torpid For Justice of peace District NI). the State of Florida, unit Is a my film! discharge. as Admlnlstrst Chandler ,
of Shadrlek M.
of the entitle
of the United States. and Is 0.0\1''
<>
: bill'line.. - -- 1)23) 28Miibttefeoitl livre. HEKBINK purifies and 1-For ne.Justice" of peace. District No. Bare of twenty-oil', years' It Is ..th"l deceased; and that nt the same time II I
.irii--:,o. 4. fore iirdered that Bald nonresident . will present. ts snl. To balance from last l report f 2.4R4 35 strengthens the liver and bowels and 2One.For' Justice of peace District Nt). fendant tie and Is hereliv required to aa Administrator of said estate, ]I REAL ESTATE

To ain't rec'elvt-tl from. Tux jtLVIU't'twr bloom appenr to the' bill l or complaint filed In and ask for their a.r.PW"'N. .. .. ....
restores the rosy of health to S-One. ::: .. *mm** ** mm** **
taxes .. _ ___ 17 46 For Delegate at Large to the NAtional saul| cause on or brforo Mondiiy. the listed April Srd.
the cheek. Price 60c.. Sold by Osceola 'nnv..nllon-Four. 29th ditv ot May. A. l>. 1 91 6. otherwise W.V.. CHANHLER. INSURANCE
5Ji; j
MBy For DeleKute to tho National Convention the nlli-Kntlons of said. bill will) !hp iS-lamotmo<< Administrator. ]
.pul.IvnrrantM ns per I lint in on < Pharmacy.-Adv- from the Fourth Congressional taken HH confessed Ity scI I 1"fendnnt

I. DI.trl..t-Two. It Is further ordered that this order (it ."1111'X'I ()TiI'l OK .A I PI.lCA- Examination of Titles a
II bnlniirv ____. __ hiNul I
) : .u 2,641 For Member' of Notional IcrnocraticCommit be published\ once a week for eight TIU\ FOR LN"H TO,8ELL I ILA1U.
.-*.......,l IMXrlrt >,.. 5. ....-One. consecutive weeks In the KlssltninecValley . ,
To balance from hint report 202 77 For Presidential I."lor.-f'llx.' ( Innette. a newspaper "publish d
To nrn't received' from Tax ST. JOHNS DRAINAGE Kxi-cutlvo Commltleemnn In Hitld. County and Hlnte. the Specialty.
For State Notice I. hereby given .thst on
'...ll..t..r.tnx.. _ _.__ ,, 2 39
'H !
Tills March) 29th. lOlA > 91
-( ''n. 27111 day 01 I1II1Y. A. J I 6. 1 INIIII
-- For ConKTfSHlminl (""rumlt I e"n.n. .1 L. ()\''' n'TI F.P-T. )I hlonorahi-I Id. 3lurpiiv.
2o5 If WILL BE APPROVEDAccording i Fourth CimKri'HHlonnl I District-- In.-. (4i Ct ('Sod ) Cleric Circuit Court. I 4.00 Ii'I)' 'Ju.i it i, i:: S,OIl for VN.'eotlL: orresDondence Solicited.
Ry .pit..! \' ai rants HH |>er lint *IVIly I II K lIed|4)1 I ,M find I'TKS are hcretiy O'RRYAN & rLKDfirn. ""oiliLy\ Slutof 1.irida.. III his ofiiceili
-- appointed to .HTV,' III suit! primary Solicitors for Complalnnnt. 15fft I 1".Mlmlll" iii said County'. for on
l h..'ilin.-i-' . 2114 31 election for theaitoutt( election. districts ,.r.ir autiIli'IritIg till'. R" "Innrellan ofi "
....1\.1 l llUlrlrlti.. Imhttir' tr.nn l..t l ictMitt 13O fiG I Nn: 1. KI..lmm.-.I. l li KLupfir mlnil.. to M<>11 fit private sul, thu. folouliiu -
Tn:: nin'l: ;..e.. I l\ .1:l from Tin the Florida Metropolis, of Jacksonville II i N. llrnlliin and \V. CI. llanklriH. In I'ourt of the 6'.only. .J.I..... fltaleoff I I priip<*rty belonicln: k to the
., . r ... and W. T Maklnaon : H rU-kBoii' NOVELTY WORKS
e..il. ;nr." |IIX-H 39 i li'III'| tir Klcirltls. 0..01.. t ouaty.Kntsfe Hint.of i 51.1,1 l II. I
the proposed Upper St. Johns "I..rk All tilt' rl"ht., title ant interest ofatit
IT" 32 I l-ie.-lnct 1\{.. 2. Sliltifjli-: ("r"'k.-I P nf llsrry' \\ .'hurtnnn. .. uat.l l III anel to the following de.rll..l House Bills a Specialty. All Interior Flelsl
n)' I pnld wariiinlN I an 4 |I,T I tat! 4.r MOIlj Drainage) District which includes I Tinin. .1 II Jollier fitul O. C*, HroiiKUli.IIH i RY TIIIC JI'IHIIK HAIH COI-IIT ..'. real estate In t lie Count)' ofI Window and Door Frame. WinJoto
--- | |II' I l.lIlll.' ,find .\ I II KOJC ( 1.-,1 k. \Vlier.nK. John S." Cadi-1 has npplled I 1141'eola. Slate' or "'Iorld... to-wit :
linliit... _._ 12f, 32 :300,000 acres of land part of whichis I'?-.-,'4144 I :No; :3. Cuni"|1.,11-1'l II." JMnlei to this. Cuuit for Li-litters of AdntlnIs I.n' lI"mher'd II, 22 and 23 of and Door Scr.ts I
\\VnrrniilH, ,-ie "..", II..d iiml' ran* II K: Itrown im Celled I In Darlington Frejght
< ).tni-lill School Fund. 14 MARK S S.D. -nclnctMounherty. No 4. St. ('Io..d-I.'.n late of said of Osceoln T. :DHICIIICKON.19St . Depol.,. I'C.
County ;
No 1. UTI 14" 14. H 1' No.. 2. flitnn) ; will yet be approved by the U. S. government T. N. Farr und Hal.h Th .o ar... therefore to cite and Rdmonlsh Uuardl..n. . ::,
K. 8. I I. No 3, tT 11110. S S ll. No 4. I i1e> noliK" nnpfCturH und Harry lioss nil and singular the kindred .
10IMI.) K. 14. 1 I. Nn R. Ill kR S S. I 1) S..6. authorities. The Metropolisof Cl 1. rk. and creditors of said deceased to be
$45 no. I'rcclnrtRaulersnn. No. B. l>rerlilount' l'ark-p..t..r DR. J. A. TROVILLiON
and appear before this Court on or before -
Hills wero approved and warrant Issued last Sunday said : N. K. hInd W. M.2bl. the 19th day of May. A. D 1916. in
an follow H Avant. InKiiertormons. and W. Sim. If have MacDONOUGH Specialist
they ALAN
and fIle objections any J.
C. K. ,' sut. -- -----11.25 00 "In the face of adverse recommendations Clerk.i'rccinct to the granting of Letters of Administration CANCER GOITRE: AND TUMORS
0 W. C. Mans.. .II'M..ah ;P I------- 4 Oft No. ft, K..n..D.vlllA.. E. with will annexed on said' Architect Cure them without cutting
J. 8 Strntton.:: II .1'. I _u Walter Uronson. M 11. P. 1----- 6 (III' and Randolph Young granted to said John R. Cadel. or to' AND out.
MI. AlbIno Smith service it now appears almost certain Clerk.Precinct. some other fit or .. ORLANDO FLORIDA
cannlnir rlub ___ u _- __ _____ BO 00 I No. 7. 1tsi.tInger-C. W. \\. person as County p..r..on..ltn..a Judge ENGINEERBRONSON 8-6mo '
R. H Itrown. ....I', Hchool' No. I 2B nil that the upper St. Johns District HIIII..r"V.. Chandler and C. B.Hsulerson. of the County my name aforesaid' this the 11th BLDG. KI SIMMEB PLA. t
C'. 1!. Weoriall. Jan. School No. 1 4 C.V.. llemity. Jan. Sch. 1 t 17 Mrs M V. Hears, rent ;srh. -L 7 no carrying out their original plans Precinct( No. 8. Nar..oo.H. H. 18-6t County Judgre.AI1MINISTHAT1WV .
R M Evans. sal. teacher------ on Hull. K. U. Evans and M. U Tlndall. F. THRASHER
W. N. Harris ...1. teacher ____.KM() on for th-3 drainage of nearly 300,000acres Inspectors and C. U. Buckley, Clerk.I'reclnct ------ -- I
Miss Almenla Leltner. aal. teach 9O 0(1( )Jo. 9, Xokosae A. C. (Gan
Miss Clara L..
Miss Louise Clark same ____ 75 00 Johns in the counties of Brevard. Os .pectora. and K. K. Willis. Clerk.Sink C. I. C..rt ..f 'lie Tesisty .I..... State efFlorida When buy.BREAD Metal R-'. Pmt M mJ
No. 10. Mulberry you .
Miss Alblna Srnlta. aame _____ fli 00 Oseeela Covsity.Estate ....
Miss Kthel Crawford same _u 65 00 :eola and Orange. Word has. beer! T. Rulllvan.( M. L. Cox and J. V Jpanip'I'reclnct c.._.. MI. Lola awler.. __ 65 00 ....11. Inspectors and 1'J.. .v.II.y. .
same .,... .
n' .1 I>als ( .
Isham t
Miss Ullla Relchurt. same _h_ 61 on received from Washington that Clerk.Doric BY THE JUIM3B! OK SAID COURT 'fHONt 14. IU$$ MM ftA.Ok. .
Miss Clen Woolrldve. saaie 61' 00 in and ordered this tnd day of Wh. Jackie Ann Graham has
nn Randolf the chargeof : reas.
Mrs. V. C. Bryan same ________ 65 00 engineer May, A. 1>. 116, at :Klsslmmee. Flor.d applied to this Court for Letters .of
Mlsa Harriet WilCox same ._._ 65 00 the operations has succeeded in 'con "*" Administration on the estate of Datma -
Miss Myrtle Bobbltt .. 65 00 E. I* LESLEY.: '
same .4. Graham Ut _Id
deceased of. Countyof
Miss Cecelia Overatreet, earns.. f5 00 vincing' the Chief of Engineers at Chairman -SSoardof County Commls"JktesltTrJ. Osceola: Ass( for the BEST W. W.CARSON .. .

Miss L/oulse Thomason same.5 00Mlsa Washington that'fo drain the district These are, therefore to cite and sdmonish ,. .1'
M. C. Bryan same .?.??. 65 4)0 1* OVKR8TREET. singular the kindredand '
Miss bottle Lawler. same _??. 65 00 would in no wise affect/ the St. Johns ,. 20-" Clerk. ..:Norn aald dtceaaed to ho W. aaki it Every Grocer: sells it DENTtST". .I 11,
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I.. Medora Ruasell. same ,*.... 65 00 and app..rbeIor.fhl.. 'Ciurf on or '
\sa Bmma Yowell same _... 75 00 and that the latter now looks with .; MAHTKHfl 8AtiD. before. the Illh day of May, A. D. Office: OY F PiUejr BuUdlnr '

.. Lillian Hsle. same .____... 65 00 favor on the proposition and has instructed f: tl..and file objections If any they O. BAKERY Onto Hours: I-II. J_I
L. }.II.. J.u.y.lth..r.poon.. same.. 65 00Mian Notice la hereby given that pursuantto have to the granting of Letters ofAdministration K. Office 'Phone IIS Residence 'P"**. If
.. *5 00
Bunlce the district to
Richardson
.m. engineers
, to a Anal decree rendered theHonorable on said estate otherwise 0.. Administered for .
Kxtraotlo (
I>. I.. Coke,'. came -__- .__ n 30 00 James W. Perkins. .IulK" of the same will be irranted to said .
H. H. M<,Cray. same u.uu_ 65 00 make concessions and raach an agree the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Jackie Ann Graham or to some other E. A. NIEMETER Teeth \

M. F.. WHuht. same ._-. n __ 350 ment with Mr. Randolph.This 1 Circuit of the State of' Florida.In fit person or personi.Witness .
MitcleU Street
Hattie ______ 35 00
King, same n and for Osceola County. In Chancery my name a* County Judge
.. Ceclle RamHdell. same -- 60 00 following a hearing held in on the 4th day of May. A. D. It" of the County aforesaid this the 14th
Mrs. n. c. Wheeler same : n 16 00 In the foreclosure case of Helen N. day of April A. D. 1916.
Miss hula Ormnnd. same uu. II BO Washington some weeks ago at a Hralnerd and Kstella M. Bralnerd vs. (SEAL: ) T. M. MURPHY. CEO. F. PARKER

Miss Hasel Norton cams nU __ 40 00 time when it appeared that the pro- I). R. Klenls and Mary Louise Hlenls. 18-Ct\_County Judge. - -- -- .. -- '
flsceo1. Hardware Co.. suppliesMllaae his and Emily A. Hlenls: I as ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,
] Roberson. same U___. 35 OflW. ject would fall through because of the : .... \\r"M r In Chancery, on the !. C'lremlt Cosirt ef tke 8.....'. Judicial o..o..oooooooo..o. ... ..
)I. Welch Mfic. Co.. supplies 3K 71 Monday In June the same being ........ Collections and Conveyances
recommendation of the nrrt < of the Mete at Klor.
drainage engineer
School No.1 ._ ____.. .___ 2 81
u'u and '
the Mh day of June A. I) 191 a Ida. I. cad for (taerola (0..'", TILLER
Hoard of Public Inst.. IVRotorountv. it the sale between the noura ofI M. Specialties
who held that was .first legal day, IN HIANtKHV. I
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cnuntv line p\M>ll 57 II I o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m., at
Rrhool Hoard Journal suhsrrlp. I 60 duty to conserve navigation: and thatin the front dfx.r of the Court house InKlnslmmee. Gr..t... lloti'is.sps.y.: *a Klorlda lit '-1 BroadwayT.

\\.al School t lslnfectlnK No. I n_Co.- _ _supplies_ __ . 22 5Klsnlm'e the drainuge plans he saw the pos will. offer .for Osceola sale to the hloh..t' and" Corporation, Complainant' Real I.Estate! Agency.Realty
vs. Ill IT 1'" <*l lET TITLEHoulk :
'lertbone Co.. phonesoffiec best bidder for (.....h. the collowlno descrthtfl Flerlda . .. .
sibility of the St. Johns or portionsof llellruad 4." .1', cidl.
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and srhnol No. 1 __u.. 7 00 situated In Osceola .
property 1. Hespondenls.OltltKIt i
H. W B. Iirew ('n rnrir seal Kl it. being effected/ county and State .if Florida' : UK l'I'III.I'ATIO\: bought and sold.
M.
C'. F. "Yowi-ll. fri-lirhl a nd..x 1 91 at the northeast corner RIVERS. M. D.
IleKlnnlnK
P. K Lunfer. ..".... trims.------ 2fl irt When in Washington the army en- of Block "W of Matt h.II'. addition to TO ALl. WIIOMITMAY CONCERN:: Homes rented.
I
Oacola Klec. ('0. llirh.n _ 2 16 Town of KIsHlimnee City. run west It from Hill olComplaint '
gineers gave little indication of a the appearlna; N"l."c Taxei paid and Title veri6.d PHYSICIAN and SURGEON'Office
R. M. lloraey. p.1. teacher R..h.No. :
one hundred ( IVUI : thence southseventyfive I flied In cause andthere
8. 8. I>. No. I ..uu n 12BMis /10 I change in position and arrangementswere : ,176) ...!t.e\\thence east one are persona Interested In the for noo-reiidenU. over Osceola Pharmacy'Phone
Cora I, Main, teachingKO 041 hundred ((100) feet thence north Involved In this suit other Residence
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4N.. f'arn-i. .same _-______ 7R oflMlsa made to overcom the obstaclesby seventy-five <7C) :..rnto: the place of than property the known Respondents, and that Fire., Life and Accident In. I: Office ,14*.
Kthel Mills. same _.r_ u _' BB onMrs. legislative/ action. An amendmentto befrtnnlna;. the name. of such person so Interested
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] Laura Lee. "sm---------- fif. on l >ated this the. 4th day of May. 19K. are unknown to the Complnlnant' ; suranet!.
Mica Katherlne Shadonn. same. flfi 00 the river and harbor bill was introduced LEE .JARrn LL.R".dal and that relief I Is prayed In the Hald Indemnity Bond t
Mrs. R. M. Dora.v. _ _ afi ooMlsa
same Master In Chancery. Hill of Complaint against the said
unknown : O. F. KRIBBS- W. I.: STUD 4
in the Senate that
Oertrude Mills same ___ 65 00 providing KRinns A: STEED. Respondent!: .

'Mian It f. Irla fnlreii'' Oliver. ....,'.A same __'n__ __ 9 15 ft 00 AOMlaa I the St Johns above Salt Run be declared Solicitors for (Complainant. gd'St IT 13 THI2UKKOHE ORDERED Thaiall .0.000..000000. ... . . . KRIBBS Ie STEED
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-' claiming 'Interests In and
parties
Rose; McKenzle.: same .:. 40.01) non-navigable. This amend MASTKIt'M: NALK. I to the following described real nroo-
Mrs. 0 R. Hebee. trans pupils 7 60 erty, situated In the County of Osceola ATTORNEYS AT LAW
A. J. Nyatrom Co apparatus. 248 69 ment to the bill passed the Senate Notice I. hereby Klven that purau-1 and: State of Florida vfi. :: Otoo..ooo oo.oooo.ooo. .

Mrs.teacher KunlceRlthardnon_ _._n .h ,. _salary_-_.__ .10 /00Mrs. yesterday afternoon. according to advices ant Honorable to. a final m c.erw.r; Perkins.' That the part South of Block Florida Twentysixof Railroad; Legal business. of all kind efT.. '

Nellie Weatherhee same. 2 60Mlsa received from the Metropolis of the Circuit Court of the SeventhJudicial Company's Survey of the town of prompt attention
Ruth (Clark same'. ___ . 66 01) Circuit of the State of Florida.In Klsslmmee City, described. as follows -
It appearing that the date fixed, for correspondent in Washington. However In Chan : C. w. GRIFFIN : Office 11 and II State Bank Bl....
the teachers examination, and the prl should the engineers ..r.nntOh..O..f'I't.: : ... Ouo"'yM ay A. I). Bounded on the Northwest by I Klssimmee. Florida.
mary election are on the name dnv. and; army en- 1916. In the foreclosure suit ofV.. S. Broadway ....t. on the Northeastby f\ .
that as some who wish to vote In said gaged by the drainage district trustees Oulce vs. Hclplo l esesne.' C. D. Carroll Ilakln nv iue. on the Southeast .
election might he Inconvenienced the. and D. S. Jenkins. I. as Special bv TohopekJBlKaStreet I on the Staple and FancyGROCERIES .
board decided to accept the recommendation reach -an agreement as is very Mastery In Chancery on the first Monday Southwest toySJLoIaell. av..nu.-be- .
of the State' Hoard of Education the of such In June, the same being the 6th InK a tract of Tana. Three Hundred : Pat Johnston O. p. Oarrett
probable an
to begin the teachers exam now passage day of June A. D. 1916. between the Feet wide by Th*> Hundred and
In I.oH.a'M one o'clock p'ol''i.: ';; .June fith.W. amendment. would not be necessaryand hours of 11 o'clock. a. m. and 1 o'clock one-half feet deep.*> : JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
was trusteeof p. m.. at the front of the Court House said lands lying 'In Govern
Hub-School District No. 1. In p4aceof I it is possible that it will not be doer In Klsslmmee. Osceola county. ml.: Lot Four of Section Twenty- :

'\'. H. Darner who resignedMinn for in the House. Florida. will offer' for sale to the highest two In Township Twenty-five
Alblna Smith was appointed to pressed passage and best bidder for cash the following Houth. RanKe Twenty-nine East of : Offices/ 10, 11 and 12 Citizen* Bank '
take. charire of the canning. club workIn The drainage of the Upper St. .; described property: Tallahassee Meridian and being In Free Delivery to all Part
n {Carson who : Building
place of Miss Anne ReiElnnlns fifty-nine and' one-half Osceola County. Florida
reslrned.There Johns calls for the drainage of'miles (89 H\>, yards north of the southeastcorner under George F. Ooode. deceased or of the CityoOO.OOOoo.o..o.oo. Klsslrom.e. fl1
being| no fur'her business theboard of the southwest quarter of the Minnie V. Goode deceased or otherwise .
adjourned until the next rear- of canals and laterals and the expenditure southwest quarter of section: 15, township do appear to the Complainant's q

ular m..llorr.If"ndn" .Tone 6th. I9U.1 of more than $2,000,000IISIIIIIISIIISIIIIIIIIIL 2& range 29 e..t. run thence Hill of Complaint hrrvln filed on or before .o o oCRRSON ,
Attest: W C HASH charlman. north seventy-nine and one-half (79H ) the 3rd day of July. A. I). 1916';
C. E. YOWKL.I. Supt. I yards: thence west sixty-nine and else In due course of law the said Hill
one-half (S95) yards: thence south of Complaint. will he taken aa confessed a J. W. THOMPSON
i seventy-nine and one-half (79M by all such parties.
Barbed wire cuts ragged wounds LegalAdvertisements yards: thence east sixtv-ntne and one- And It Is further Ordered that this
_. collar galls\ heal quickly when half (69% > the place I of be- Order be published once a week for FUNERAL DIRECTORand
up rlnnlnir I I.r.r'd'I: \; ; and being In twelve consecutive weeks In the KIs- .

BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT i is t: i the Florida.County of. Osceola and. State of slmmeej newspaper. Valley published Oasette.. and of a general weekly I G PRIMER

'a aplied. It is both heal I riff/ and anti- Hated this the 4th day of May A. D. circulation' in the County of Osceola

a tic. Price 25c. 60c and $1.00 per a "II1 IIIIIf"11I1I1I1 1815. LEWIS O' RTAN. and WITNESS State of Florida.THE HONORABLE LICENSED EMBALMER

bottle. Sold by the Osceola Pharmacy. 1SOTIC-K. OK ...t UI.'RL..IO't.. 20-6t Special Master In Chancery. JAMES.. W. PERKINS. Judge of the Store and Chapel Stewart AT. .
__'a e- _..-a __,4 _v ____ __ rifr ,
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.-Adv. In pursuance of the provision of NOTICE TO CHKDITOH thereof, and the aeal, of the said Circuit : Fla
the list day of March.A. Klsettnra.e. .,
the Act of June 1013. regulating primary Court. on
HE KNOW? clvctlon. notice la hereby ...Iv.n ISf COURT nv TUB COI'WTV JUDOEJ D. 1516.
AND HOW DID .. that a primary election will beheld flTATH, OK KLORin (Ct. Ct. Seal) J. U OVERSTREET. Insurance that Insures; '
t In each election precinct in 0.cool. .- OHCCniA COUNTY. As Clerk of Said Court. W. B. Crawford Lee Jamtt
county on- I. re Ratate e4 Marvaret B K.eb.Cerfe. ...- By JAMES M. JOHNSTON.
A man of color appeared at one of Tk. Klrat T...""" After ... lied .. Aa Deputy Clerk. CRAWFORD IL JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
/ windows in Bartow one M..dar II. letS. To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees Johnston Oarrett, ".Ut Protection that Protects
Ithe\ "n"th'e
postoflfice at -which ral precinct and all Persons IID. or As Counsel for Complainant.
day recently and said that he wanted the elector' qualified may vote thereinfor enanda against' said I'l.t.'i: .:
t......... '... their choice of, candidate for th. You and each of you are hereby notified !. ClaretS Cmr1 fer tke >...... .I....- Office: 4, 5, 6, and 7 CitIzens
a money order and Miss Sabina Suth- office respectively mentioned aa fdl. and required' to present any claims .*..! limit mt the Slate .f Kle>rldB,
tb how much Iowa: and demands which you, or either. of IB asS r.. Osr.elB ) asked applicant
rland For United State Senator<>n... you may have against tke estate of CIIANCICEVOreyst. .
aho should writ the order for; '.Aw. F.r Representative In Conarraaa Margaret BKoehenderr.r.. deceased i Florid '
Fourth Congressional DI.trlot-ono. late of Osceola County, Florida. to the ... 11e4e1 C.paay a Pl.s45.Gaap.iasd.c .
)out ,hU gaflon" said< the applicant For Justices of the Supreme Court MBderslrned executor of said eetate., tYepIaIus... PAKIN AVENUE ,

And then Miss Two.For'Oevei'BOii within two years from the date ".1'"'. '...... sure TO QUIET TITLE
;. without even smiling -One.. 1 Dated Hay I..ctAlh.U 1 ...th ........ HBllreaH Cesapaay, etaL. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
4 Sabina was compelled .to ask' Postmaster For. Secretary of State-One. M. HUTSOI, ---.-... LEWIS OBRYANAITOENZYAT.LAW
For Attorney General-One. WILUAU M HUT8 N. olUma or rvaLiCATlOIIf
Wilson what a half a ration For Comptroller-One. Rx.eutor. I ..

FOP .tr..r.r-On.. C.-awford/A JarrelLAttorneys TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN WadDc JhaIWaa,,
U. wor'thBrtow.Record., . ;' ., -- For State.. Superintendent.:'af":p'-blle' for ':Kzeentora. ItII' -" ', ft appearing by the sworn Dill ef / ft

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I'HOt.'LAMATIOJOl! hereby entered'lnto between the TUCK He hat already enraged In his new lieevd that he will prove a real addi-i"

a>4 HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT and ER imiCK THE OKJCI8S1MMKK COMPANY of the first. of part the. ORANGE BELT LEAGUE. I line of work. . tion to tho city in every partleultir4yHe <

Of Special Klectlva. f.r the l'.rp..i of ...cond-part is not assignable by eitherof . Dr. IJolt will be greatly missed; not announces that he will arrive OH

IS FITTING CLOSETO (Ike HallfylBK.ItF kWaloalaaKlertHeily.' KlBala r HeleetlaaI'mmtrmft>_ by IB. TuckerHrirk 4. the far may the be parties terminated hereto by and the aid party contract of the READY TO. BEGIN PLAY ,only by'his chu'rclbut \>t the peopleof May 18th and that his first sermon
In the the
second part event of the bank. the town will be preached on following'Sunday. '
Caaipaay.Under generally.
ruptcy or Insolvency of the said partyof
YEAR'S WORK the first part; or In the further event (Continued from Page" One.} Rev. O. B. Falls, of Texas has,been It is expected that he will
and by virtue of the authority that a majority of the paid up stock Insaid Bartow August 8; with Lakeland, August I crowded,house J
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vested In me by the foIlowtnK JieaolU' company, party or the Arat part, chosen as the successor\ to Dr; Bolt be greeted by :
(Continued from Page 1)) tlon of the Council of the City. of Kia gets Into the ands of or tinder the 15. > He most'highty commended from We extend to him"in advance a cordial : 'ji,
.Iminee,' towitt! control of persona other than bona, fide copies '
> 25 at
.. KEHOLUTION.Whereaa : residents I Osceola County. Florida. Abroad-At Lakeland/ May ; every competent authority. It Is.be.i. welcome,, to our city 't,
r .t Violin solo Salute d'Amour.. (Edwsrd ,, the Tucker Brick Company 11. It I. furthermore understood and Winter' Haven May 30; at J3artow. I : ::
haa offered to enter. Into a contract with I agreed that the rmrly.of the second part - : ; --- - .
; Elgar)-..Anthony Re 'ro. the City of Klssimmee'for the furnlah- will hold the party of the first part free June 6;. at Bartow June 13; at Winter ; t
Ingof elvctrlc'lty to aatd city upon the and. blameless. for Injury to any prop ....
: June 15 at Winter Haven
Oration, "Duty of, Literary Men to* terms: and for the period tof time a* set erty or Individual by reason of the near Haven ; ,' .
America (Grlmke)-William Mason forth In the annexed copy o4 contract.THKKKFOKK llarence: of the Bald: party of the second. June' 27; at Bartow July 6; at Lake. ""-
: : be U Iteaolved, that the part or Ita agents, or through any defects "
Tiller. I said form of contract and the full term. Itl the poles, wires, lines or property land. July 11; 'at Lakeland July 20; "- .
thereof, be autitnltted to the qualified of said party of the second part
"The Herd Girl's Dream" Idyl (A. electors of the City of Klalmmee, who within the limit of aald city of Klnslminee at Bartow July 25; at Winter Haven "

'. School Orchestra are freeholders In soil cloy to be ratified except upon such property In said August If at Bartow 'August 10; at '
Labitiky)-High city I In owned > under the controlof
and 'II''d..r rejected bv H majority an >y or \ ..t
Reading "The"Swan Song" (Kathe- of ....lei. duly qUIIIIII'd| l iilectorM actually ; said I party of tho first part, It being Winter Haven, August 17- )
voting In "nl rine Ritter Brooks)Bertha Grace form ,of contract be published toKethvr of the first part shall l><* able for iinvdnmaire '
with the notice of ilectlun.H to property or Injury to Individual VISITORS"LIKED
> Wlnn. .-c. 2. The form of'Ballot to be used upon the property ownedy or WINTER
i Class Will-Ethel Marie Boyd. jit Bald, 1 fluc'tloii shell Uv subHtnntlnlly anfitllowri. under Its,. coil Sm .1. 'Phone
'1 ,:. 11>}. It In further covenanted and Call
Le Premiere Valse-Piano four tlKKK'IAlj 1IA 1.1..IIT' 01' KPWIAI. agreed h%* the party of the; second putt ,
Durand KI.KrTION I'"olt THH I'CHI'USIC/ OKllATIKVINO that It will pay t-o the party of the tlrnt KISSIMMEE '
hands two pianos (Auguste ) OH KKJJXrriNlJ <'ONTHA part the. Bum of TKN TIOlHANI IM>I-.
tElizabeth Maurine Dann and Mary "'T I H'Olt 1'"t'It:>lII TO THK C'lTY OK. 1 K1SSIMMiiO \- "ii liar last nf each calendar
1'e Ethel Gilbert. HV TILE IIX'HKU IIKIOK COM- month, upon. the faithful performanceof Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Newhouse have ,
1 the leittiN and conditions
' TANY herein by
Class Prophecy-Helen Virginia. Oleos a cross mark .(X) before the 1 pally 1 \ or the first ,,",.t. durlnic/ the con received the following I letterfrom, Mrs. .

a+, Bass. 'IU. ...Mlon tif Aotir oliulceVOTK Inmmce: <>f this rant ra/:;(. W. C. Williams of Flushing, 'N. Y.,
WIIKKKliV.
WITNKSS the partieshoielo
.1 i 1.'Hlt I UM-
c+ Valedictory-Frank Seymour Cal) lit favor of catering\ : Into conlrnct for' hose by their proper officers set who spent the winter at their home:
, the furnlalilnjr of rlrc l Iclty to the City I their. bunds and seals the day and Veni f
kins. "Since" returning home and havingmy
of KlnHlriiiiioi by Tucker Ililck. Cuniiii first above written.In .
"Cinema Entra'acUs" (J. Winne- 1"[ n>". Ihe I'rescncc-- x 21-4t family and neighbors explain the '
AKalnut. entering Into cinitmct for tho F
High School Orchestra riitnlnhlnir. of eleetilclty to the city by rigors of the severe Northern winter ,

The text of the various papers read Tucker I Brick I CoiiiparivI'lijtiilinouiily piiHHea: : .In open Hesnlon which has just passed I feel very I
DECIDE
by the members:; of the class are not this .loth stay. 11116.! I ATTORNEYS ON thankful that opportunity: permittedme ;:
J. W. THOMPSON,
given because it is the wish of the President; of: the (.:, c1i.JlltJpr..1 to spend mine in Ki.8simmee> where

I, Valley Gazette not to rob the last : l thin Kith day'II. of K \'h.A.. D. SUMMER HALF-HOLIDAY ,j the climate is most agreeable andone's, _) LI. ..

a copy of the school paper-"The Uto- Mayor of the City of Klxslmtnee. comfort was always assured. I can always .
I, II. It. May Mayor of the
lakean"-of Its interest. This book is KlMfilmmee. Florida.
j4 now in the hands of the printers and ,and the qualified declare. that electors. a. speclnl of said election city will of The leading attorneys. of the city with whom I met were always most

t will soon appear. It will contain all lie held at Ureystune. Casino bullOInK In have agreed to close their law officeson pleasant and hospitable- the pleas ; ,
said city during the regular hours of
of the original papers of the graduating votingon the Thursday afternoon during the ures of such acquaintance always 1 4. ..h Jr

class and promises to be one of I aid Hay of. ..u.... A. 1). 191St summer months and enjoy the half- leaves pleasant memories which are '
upon the iueatlon of ratifying or rejecting "So the People May Know"R f:
the most interesting numbers ever ; contract for the furnishing of holiday with other business an4| pro- highly cherished as red letter days. I ;
electricity to the City I of KlsHlmmee by
r Issued. the Tucker Hrlck Company, copy of fessional men. They will do<< no legal I I Numerous walks I have also enjoyedand ,.
which contrnct Is published. herewith. .fir.
were delivered the business on Thursday afternoons which I
The diplomas to The lollowing quhllfled! electors are unless your street scenes can \
I members of the graduating class by herebv appointed to serve RH olT..rH. of'said the exigencies of the case demandit now bring to mind and various inci- The Valley Gazettes desire is to
Kpevlul Klci-llnn. It. IV llulre.. J. print all the news all the. time but ,
'' C. E. Yowell' county superintendent, \V. llllA.. I'l 'Jllh'rt.. InsiiectiHB, H. or to accommodate an out of town dents which occurred: during my visit unless item. are sent in by phone .
N. Clerk.In
in an appropriate address in which Hratlon.WltneHHhereof I have hereunto . client whom it would greatly inconvenience all have tended to leave a very pleasant card or letter we cannot hope to get .

r he stressed the fact that this class set my hand aa Mayor of suM cit}, to be compelled to return at taste in the rnouth) of memory of it all. If. you know of any Item of '
caused the Heal of sitid
was the product of the Osceola High be hereto corporate aft.xed. nnd .the same cityto attested another time. the associations with a most conscientious news The Valley Gazette will be very ,\'\1"
ti>' the Clcik' this loth day of glad to print it.
School an institution maintained not May. A. ll 1 1916. 7 .entertaining affable people .
t1r
only for Kissimmee but for every por- .' H It M.\Y, 1 BACKERS'' EXAMINATION-:' and I trust at some time in the future Club, Society. Lodge Church or a ,
Mn\ir:: of the ItKIHHllI1n".e
tion of Osceola county The members At tent J. It. 11.111,:1I'r. I il will be my (rood fortune to again School" notes; people going away orcoining ;
'IB,.ill Cl 'rkForm back marriages, deaths or -
of the class receiving diplomas were: .).1..01....**! ,tn City lie t olyd< l fin. I Notice is hereby! (given that on thf -. visit you and your people for whom I4vis I births, items; ,concerning visitors, .l;

Dollye Alberta Alford, Helen V. Bliss, ,'.))N7'l t,1'T th day of June, 191(5 the UniformTeachers' hto express my appreciation for building operations, r.alatate deals, .; t ,

Kathleen V. Bearden Ethel Marie This thlH I aKM'i'lll. *
Boyd. Parah E. Clark, E" Maurine 19111., i I.>. sad) i,".im--n Ih.. rrcKiit. the Court House in Kissimrnee, Flor- "Most truly your I in fact anything that will make TheValley ..
I IIHICK. COMI'.VNY, n Klolliln "' I Gazette more Interesting to its.
Dann Mary Ethal Gilbert, Frank S. lloii. h..relnnlliT' called 1 I the |lnn'1\ <>1'-1 ida. Every examinee is requested to MRS. W. C. WILLIAMS. readers. ,
I Klint I'art. and! Cltof .
Calkins Wlil Mason Tiller. Martha Municipal. .rI1"d..n the| i under KI, "' bring pen, ink and cap paper and a'' "Flushing, N. Y." Is.

Belle Harris, Mary Clesete. Monseley, I".,':.r' .if Klolllll! the: !pllllv llf I 111,. B<...- ,I I fee of one dollar. Owing to the fact : The Valley Gazette's motto Is: "So o"r
part R'17 YIs'SSIdTIiL : "
i the People May Know and to that
+u- Edythe B. Niswonger, Lilian M. Pren- The pulls of the Mist ,part lnl.hrotiijtntH I I that the primary election!) will be held < NEW PASTOR BAPTIST CHURCH. rend
I we your co-operation.
mill \\.lth'lh. .
agrees >ait\' if -
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tie, Orpha D. Rose Bertha Grace the fuTond part to furnish In said| | pnrKtf on the same day, the examinationwill

Wlnn. George S. Cooper, Arthur :\I the of around.111111;the, .:.1iniltof| elrrtrlclt;the\ to CltHi the'extent I not begin until one o'clock p. m. )Dr. A. J. Holt who has served the ; 4!
HelpusboostKissimmee
Jarrell Nat Carson an Tony \ B'I ]ln! ..t...lit pliint., lo-wlt ONK: H4'.VIiltin:! | All those desiiing to take the examination -, Baptist church of this place as pas
ANI I I' NINKTY-KIVK, liif.! K II. \\' ,
( ) A 1'';
The Class Ode, a very cleverly and In luhllllfin. such |"""'r aH nil !10.' I will please notify me and receive -l tor with such signal ability for the

ten production, was (hen read by Miss 'ne<'4'HKHr\ for the opeia tl I>utlis' to he ItiHtalled' as h"I..lnI. I N -tout
Lillian May Prentis. for (the tutul. Hum. of T1CN THOI'H.SI' C. E. YOWELL. congregation by resigning to take upother' -

r Principal R. M. Evans, the man who I payable IHH.I.AIIH mi4ithh( |!111.HI.0" .(,a(" I Per' annum 21-3t Supt. Pub. Inst. work.Big I l.l.F
'
hoe uireci/ea, ine an airs 01 the J\18- .:.._ _.It..I Is. furl' ,-.r_._ iindIrt"od. : I ninl' .
iiKi-fiti. ''' in just Juirt.' .. .
requlrwl\ 'YIY" - - --
simmee schools so successfully for a when so | by party of the:

number of years then presented the second us part. mny shall,Inm Install...eHNarand Much to newpumps be ..... ---q! .oil.._ '... -6'I- ... - --- ..... . r

medal as follows: designated I liy jmrt>' of the second part, ,
x. "
same to cnnfoim to the r..I1..t"
General Excellence Medal. given by of the Southeastern Underwrites' Tar- "

Capt. R. E. Rose presented to Miss In for Association the furnishing Itules of and all water Regulations to the. _.._. ,1

Christine Ivey of the tenth grade City of Kissimmee duilnw the life of . .. ...

Mathematics Medal, given by M- this Installed contract on the that City's said property pumps shall and Vx.at
appoint to be designated by the City Political i ; ; ;
Katz, presented to 'Frank Calkins, of Council, and to maintain and keep In repair .1. Classified Advertisements [! fO.OO..OO.

r tha'graduating class f, ? .. .: additional and operate expense. said to the pumps party without of the ;

Latin M-daVgivdn by It.' .E. Cole second be end C..rt. said the pumps property to Immediately of the City t,'

presented to Miss. Parah Clarke ..of of Kissimmee 1 : and to, be paid for In five ..;. .. ... ...... .. ...... . .. OO..OO.o. or;
1 !the graduating class. ..'".'. r Icy '' equal payments with Interest on the
-y \'j, deferred payments at the rata of six, percent FOR EXCHANGE-Beautiful bungalow FOR SALE-Good light running fop ft, .

Tell Essay'Medal given by.E. Net. .3. It per Is further annum. understood' and agreed home modern favorably located, buggy, in good order Will sell 'j

son Fell, presented Arthur Jarrell. that In the event It shall become necessary furnished worth 3500. Also 100 cheap. For particulars write ocean '
The subject this year! was National to furnish re volume::: of the second Meeting
herelnaf.ove of current eras splendid land and some city at the Valley GaMtto. : ;
. .f
Prohibition. Mfsi Grace Winn was than agreed party .
of first part '.,to furnish, same lots all amounting to about $10,000, :
given honorable mention.. at the rate of FOUR ( N\'J"M cents) exchange for land'' in Kansas, or : FOR RENT.SU room modern cot. .."
The program was closed with the a kilowatt for all so furnished In excess tags, close "I; $18 per month. E. '
of said agreed amount. We also have PI
good town property. E. Wells Real Estate and Insurance.
.

original "The 4. The party of the first part further
i. -V song. Remarkable Class covenants and agrees to furnish to the an exto! t ent.stock farm worth .$15.- 104 Pessiel'A...' (The Inn). ;
\ of 16, composed by Lilian Mary City of Klsslmmee theparty # "
..I edSU : s 000 with $5,000 encumbrances to
second hr"n: : .
.-. *. J yr! *Prentis and sung by the entire graduating attend of the part; to DWELLINGS for rent, Apply to M. ',1
.;,, the shall >a herein before mentioned deal for Kansas land. Free booklet Tiller. ''''
: # class. aa be required bv the I :'.
Southeastern Underwriters' Tariff Association's The state itinerary for the state and national candidates and full information to interested .' I.
rules and regulations I and HOMESTEAD WANTED ''.-1
parties. Nelson Realty Co. It your
further the State Executive Committeewill
to furnish
agrees to the said prepared by f
of the second part, during the homestead is on lake or river and ,
NOTICE
or SALH. term
ot contract, men and materials bring to you will relinquish it fo?; reasonable :
STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE- (
whenever be :
s'7r same necessary for
the (I.'F Carl. la . I.r 0_ :
eta V...
I r Stull Mara sad lOr..... Msek. e- artera per cent), the. cost of labor to be estimated condition. Money refunded if no all correspondence in the strictest t ';

.......; .....1..._ aa Mack 11......- upon strictly the city I upon" ''a work.actual time employed Kissimmee at the Graystone'CasinoJP colt. 422 West Oak street6tf confidence-; Address Homesteader i
PI" .
ors '<< : 'j
i
..... ASdtTMPfllT. 6 The party of the first part furthermore Lock Box L, Lake City Fla212t ,

)I. a. "elver -... D. O. McKay !>- covenants and agrees to WANTED box. If "" 1
the piano
keep present electric light -Upr'ght
(" ". FOR SALE-Piano in good condition t.. :
y and
plant of the said
power
T. All Wheat It Caeer.l I of addressW.
May have one to dispose
Notice Is given that the party of the second part In firstclass Saturday May 27th you Miss Graham 116 Mabe'te street.
r hereby undersigned ,
.
as Hherlff of Osceola County.Btate II condition during the term of this W. Hutson, 14 Sevilfa St., St. -
kt' contract and repair any damage causedeither 21-lt
of Florida acting undw and by .i
virtue of a i'lnal Judgment renderedIn directly or Indirectly bv '.it, the Augustine, Fla., naming price. tf \.if

the above case on tha> 4th day of I elation party of and the damage.first purl by the ordinary'lepre-elements excepted. CANDIDATES )FOR SALE-Ford roadster, $235. FOR SALE-Furniture, good as : ;'
March A. 15. 1116. will expose for = fOR .
ale and sell at the. Court House door I 5. It Is mutuallyrnderstoud) II lidaar..d Good condition. Extra truck body. new, at" bargain prices. Miss Graham, y.
Klsslmmee. ,
at Osceola county Klorldn by and between the parties hereto "M P. O box 123 Kissimmee. It 116 Mabbotte
'on the Monday In D. 1916, street. 21-lt f.:
.ta lhu"n"Ih; ana be, that of.fon.-e this contract shall continue, and Governor of PubliC. Instruction RENT FREE-3 rooms to widow in .'
i Ib.atbidder for cash thesfollowintg deacrlbed for H period of K1VK Superintendent .''"'
kK property of U U. McKay heretofore with YEAH! <15 yenis) from the date hereof return for light housework. No objection FOR SALE-One good saddle horse ."

' levied upon under writ of eara the privilege at 4fi.noO.udO to/ tho feet party, of theestimated lldren. X. Y- Z. Gazette and several fresh Jersey cows. Se.o"
.. .ald case pursuant to now being State Treasurer to <; \
of State
said Judgment: period part as follows tif renewal: until for cable an additional timbersecond Secretary office. 21 It W. W. Carson. tf 1t \
One Ford automobile ,

sale The Thls. purchaser the 5th day shall of Slav PRY. A.for L).bill 1 16.U of. cut r..a.b..>'from the, same party the being expiration of the apiioximiLte\, |first of,pal(this t.] Is con exhausted and All Other State Offices Not Included CANDIDATES-Send photo, 'an- FOR SALE OR TilADE for horse and, ;

dollars for one 2 Buick In 1
11. INO 1tA M. nouncement and three wagon cy. good Vat
JO-Bt Aa Sheriff of Otceola County. 1. It Is further mutually undiTHtooiland Held Here.The three fine "movie" slides. Best ad- condition, good tires; must sell 01'I .
agreed that the puny of the first in List at Meeting Already I
part shall deliver current and power" to vertising. Ask banker as to trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. ,tf .
the party of the second part HS Its ,mile l your Box 221. Klsslramee. 7tf .
4+4000tO.OOO O 0.0. user In the ("It the of KIH.|mince, mil \tlll our responsibility. Florida Photo- ,j.

.' $ sell the, party give or of furnish: 'first to pint any' attempt Individual. to, people of Osceola Oounty are invited to come out graphic Concern Fort Pierce Fla. WILL TRADE-Twent.y acres of Im- (:. )

O LODGE MEETINGS firm or corporation' In .said city, any 19-3t proved land Creek
near Shingle r
current or power except that futnlshed and hear these candidates discuss the issues of the cam- "
tOtOOOOOOO.OOOOOOO.OOOOWOODMENS $ to the city and such current and poweras Station for city property In KIs- : b;
may be necessary fur the op*'ration STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE-
of the various plants, factories and Industries paign. simmee. Inquire at 10 Broadway. lit.
1 CIRCLE, Tohopeka. of the .party of the first part Magnificent northern animal. Call .
20-tf."t
lip Grove No. 65, meets every first Itself.U. It Is furthermore understood New Eden Plantation, near Nar- (of! '

and third Tuesday night. Social and agreed bv :.n'.l; between: the coos_, or address Box 496, Kis- Puffings are used on skirts and :
parties hereto that the party of the first
meetings second and fourth Tuesday part acuulren nu interest whutnover In simmee ,Fla.. 20-5t sleeves. ..jm '.
) the .lectrl.light and power plant of the Meeting Will Begin at 10 A. M. Intermission - - - "
Hall. w
afternoon in Fraternity aid City of Klaalmmee. nor any rightor
Interest In the. poles wires, lines,
'", Mrs. Fairy Rexfordr clerk. machinery or any Dart or parcel of the Afternoon at
: Mrs. Ollar Guardian. property of said city nor any right 1 orfranchise at Noon. Meeting
j
,
fur the .u..r the oily sstreet.
..
\ __ ___ _ .1._ 1 14 for the distributing of electrlocDr..n. Fresh Vegetables Eggs
.; or power nor the right of use 1 )'cIock.H. ,
-t' ....000. OOOOOU.OOOOtOOO of anv such property except the limited : '
. + use of the city's electric light and power
r ( Kant as hereinafter set out and except and Butter .tr,1
:O POLITICAL) ANNOUNCEMENT o 1 I tb. further right of party of'nrst part

t' of ', o<.plant O erect tote pales city'.and plant run for wires the from purposeof It. We have added these articles to our line ofFLORIDA y

V ...t.oooo ooooo o o oo oo. furnlahlnv .current and power. '
i t. >'n furthermore. understood and AND WESTERN BEEF AND r
,. FOIL ;;pOUNTY SURVEYOR. airr*- shall have the privilege of a limited use HAMS BACON BOLOGNA MUTTON ETC.
of the clty'a electric light and power. -
'
f' Tothe .Voters: pt Osceola County: plant In the event of a boiler explosionor .i <<
for other t unavoidable, accident which Call Phone 209 for wants
"I hereby announce my candidacy your
would render It to Member State Executive Committee from
Imfo..lble orerat. "
+( ,tu position o* County Surveyor. If of the lines
are l..ar
,, : privilege to oe accorded and ,
''f ,elected*to fill this, position I promts clued by-jthe >party of'taa first part,* . CENTft.\i\

;c't tb"Iutflll"whatevee'dutiei are required hewever'Oelr aqdfpr: In such case limited of extreme period necessity aawouldCbe. . ... V0scepla County I MARKET

of me to tlg J>leiUptlnlyybity! $ } ... Twill .'absolutely rvaglredtorepairplant \ > ' 11I
1 of party of the first part, wtlh the .. .' ,
appreciate your jvot: and aupert. ''Xerclse of due diligence.. 4
10. It I I. furthermore mutually under. .

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