The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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H. C. Stanford the new president Mr. and Mrs.. Dwight L Woolf long :'>

Routine Matters of the board of trade, has started the Spring Crop Will Be Push- distance walkers, passed through Kin Concerning Osceola Cot City Official Will'' t, .. '
, movement to beautify Klssimmee by simmee Tuesday on the return lap of :a i.
planting vines and flowers in the vacant a hike that started in Kansas City

Come Before Body spaces throughout the city. Mr. ed By AssociationIN last April and is scheduled to be completed for Benefit of TouristsSTATE Selactad For Year t '
Stanford has had lilies planted all sometimes in the fall at Portland : ,: t
along the side of his store on Broadway Me. Unlike most of the hikers ,
t COUNCIL REFUSES TO DEPUTIZE and the little vacant square at EFFORT TO GET LARGER who paw this way they are not walking BOARD ASKS COMMISSIONERS NEARLY ALL, CANDIDATES FOR 'V'
f.:..J LOCAL FIREMAN TO RESTRAIN the back of the store has been con-, QUANTITY OF SAME PRODUCTS on a wager or under any set rules TO ASSIST IN GET. OFFICE ARK NOW 8KRVINO f'
ACTORS AND OTHERS FROM verted into a flower bed filled with GROWN IN COUNTY AND but they are following up a mode of TING NEW REGI8TRAT10NU1LL CITY-FEW NEW NAMES. ON < *\'
SMOKING ON CASINO STAGE. lilies and roses. These plants already ATTRACT BUYERS. travel they adopted five years ago PASSED BY LEGISLATURE. WHITE MANE TICKET.The *v' .,\il
t. Improve the ap of the place when Mr. WoolTs health demanded a '
Aa At the regular monthly meeting of I and in a short twill be flowering At a meeting of the Osceola Fruit change and which has taken themacross For the first time in many monthsthe : primary.1.CUon fer'dwfpomI -t V.l
"?. the city council Tuesday night only when they will attract added atten- and Truck ,Growers association last the continent and back on more board of county commissioners, nation of city officials .wfll;; be, held ,,
N :routine matters occupied the time of tion.A. Saturday It was announced that the than one trip. meeting in regular session Monday Saturday March 6. The dty council >A f
the city fathers. This was the last movement is under way to have necessary refrigerator crate for ship Their first trip was made from was able to finish its work in half a chambers in the Fraternity Hall is "
4' meeting before the city election therer the vacant lot between the Fraternity ping the strawberry crop had been or- their home in Kansas City to New day. Few matters outside of routine designated as the polling place for r
fore little new, business.was taken up.8s.ide. Hall and the undertaking parlor on dered and that shipping would begin York in May, 1910, before long distance business demanded attention.The the election and voters are urged to ,
, paying monthly bill. the Stewart avenue converted into a lit- this week. The secretary of the association walking was indulged in by commissioners had a communication come out and cast their ballot for' \' 4,' r ,
I city council fixed the salaries of the tle park place and planted Ih flowers S. F. Pansier, can give any many and they were given an ovation from the Jacksonville board of their choice of those on the ticket.
dty officials for the coming year in and shrubbery. All over town then desired information about the crates, in New York city. On their next trip I trade requesting that they send all This year a mayor, derk, treasurer, '
the following resolution: are similar plots that could be utilized etc. It has been suggested that the' they crossed the Rockies' the Utah available data and printed matter concerning marshall and tax collector and three i w'members
t- Resolved, That the salaries of the this way and it is a safe predictionthat berry growers pick on the same daysof desert and covered the entire west Osceola county to be kept on of the city council are to be
, following officers of the city for the the difference in the appearanceof the week as far as possible, so that coast. Last April when they started display in the Jacksonville board of elected. Five members of the city ;
t ensuing year are hereby fixed a. fol- the city would be satisfying enoughto full shipments can be the on the present trip they traveled trade room. for the benefit of inauirers democratic executive board' will 'be ;
lows: Salary of mayor, 360.00 per pay for what little effort and expense association desires that the bees be north to Chicago from Kansas City wanting to know about different chosen also. e,, 97 +
annum; salary of marshal and tax the experiment would involve. well graded when sent out under the and Detroit then turned south coming sections of the state. The letter stated -I Most of the men in the race for the t-'
. collector 900.00 per annum; salaryof Then, if the telephone and light poles organization's seal. by way of Toledo LouLville that the Jacksonville board had city offices are candidates to succeed i
clerk, $9o0.00 per annum; salary were covered with vines and the weeds Clark Howell, who had lust returned Nashville and Atlanta to Tampa. daily inquiries for information about themselves, with the exception of G.
i 'of treasurer, $300.M> per annum; salaries cut off the vacant Iota, this would indeed from a visit to Plant City, gave an From Tampa they started north again the state and that the board was anxious W. Overstreet who Is opposing* the i
of members of the council, $1.00 be "the city beautiful." interesting account of how the berriesare and will travel the eastern coast of to give! this Information whenever present city marshal Floyd Tlson,and
( for each regular and special meeting Kissimmee is already one of the handled there, where they are the United States to Portland. possible, also to distribute printed W. W. Carson and H. W. Thurman
'. attended. The deputy tax collector cleanest and most attractive towns in grown and shipped in large quanti- Although the Woolfs travel with a: matter when available. who are both candidates for council.
" shall be allowed 126.00 per month. the state. The new spirit of the boardof ties. In this connection it was horse and two wheel cart they walk' Wants Local Cooperation.The man.
About Fees Collected. trade is to make it doubly attrac- ed out that it is necessary to I the entire way, the cart being usedto Jacksonville board is asking all The following is the official tIcket'
Resolved further: That none of the tive for residents as well as visitors. certain arreage in the POint-1 store their camping outfit etc. They the boards of trade, chambers of com- For Mayor 11. R. May. ,. ,
. above officers shall receive any additional voted to the raising of a certain carry cooking utensils and do most merce and county commissioners of For clerk J. R. Gilbert :
j compensation whatever, director ANDlOYi uct all planted at about the of their own cooking as well as sleep- the state to co-operate with them in For treasurer, J. Z. Roberson. .
indirect, in the form of fees or MR. GO and cultivated. similarly so that the ing in the open under easily put up furnishing this material:I, agreeing to For marshall and tax collector O. :b,
otherwise; and that all fees collected yield will be uniform and can be esti- tents. The old horse, the faithful dog display and distribute all matter sent W. Overstreet Floyd; Tisoiu, .*..
1>y any of said officers under the ordi- NEW mated, before buyers will come hereto and the unique cart, plastered with them free of charge. Especially is.information For member of city council for.two
nances of the city of Klsmmmee un- TO YORK CITY bid or the crops.r.rnw thousands of tags and cards from regarding agricultural development years, W. W. Carson, J. W. Thompson ,
der the statutes of the state of FlorIda I In Onnniifv everywhere, attract attention wherever manufacturing plants and H. W. Thurman .i.- D. Wood- i
shqll be paid into the treasury County-F;. m..Ai..n..E.. Evans I they stop. possibilities; the desirability of the becL -
r of the said city and shall be duly ac- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nye, who haveso said that he did not believe in the one- The Woolfs themselves are very interesting I several sections of the state as a place For members executive committee ' y. '
,, counted for by the officer receiving ably. and acceptably managed the crop plan exclusively but that it was people with a big fund of I of residence, etc. for one year, S. H. Bullock .W. C.
ffnd} collecting same, provided, however editorial and advertising departmentsof certainly necessary for enough farmers information concerning the countryover After discussion the clerk was instructed Bass, C. A. Carson, Howard,Kats-F. ,
this shall not fee collected the Valley Gazette for the past to j grow one article and grow it which they have traveled, the to turn the communicationover H. Lawson. .
** by marshal for feeding prisoners nine months! have tendered their resignation in sufficient quantity if they expect to cities visited and the people they have to the city board of trade and to
and impounding animals, which fee und will! leave Saturday for market it at other points. Therefore, met. They are planning to give up so notify the Jacksonville board. The '
::. so collected shall be used by the mar- New York, where Mr. Nye will become he suggested that as beans were being long distance walking when this trip county commissioners art now having TRADE .BOARD 45
.' abet and police officer for that pur-,I managing editor of the New planted now the growers interested in is completed and go on the lecture a booklet prepared, which will cover
pose and no other and provided fur- York Call. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nye this crop get together on this one stage with a motion picture cover- the county's resources and development -
ther that the marshal or police officer thoroughly understand the newspaper thing and demonstrate what co-oper- ing some of the trips they have made very thoroughly and which will
shall, be allowedto, collect and retain' game and during their residence in ation would do. Mr. Evans suggestedthat be sent out when ready.
I the fee for Impounding animals. Kissimmee have labored unceasinglyand beans would be easy to standardize ROYSTER OUT. State Board Wants Assistance. COMMITTEESH. *> V
'e- Casino Wants Special Officers. I'I'I conscientiously for the upbuild, and after tt had been demonstrated Nat L. Royaler, who for some-time p
Resolved further: That this does ing of the Valley Gazette, and we wish what could be done with beans be- past has been handling the..advertis- A communication'of health from the ..tatebo.rd
I them a full measure of success in gin in ing department of the Casino theater, called attention to a '
" not apply to fee allowed the clerk co-operating the growing and proposed bill regarding the registration C. STANFORD. PRESIDENT. *"
their larger field. of has given up his position and announces -
I for recording birth and death certificates shipping other things. The men .
of births and ENLIST
deaths and asked APPOINTS COMMITTEE-TO
has been fortunate in that he is not connected with
, which i. paid directly to the The Gazette present, who are growing beans,
the county, commissioners to render AID OF BUSINESS MEN)}
the services of Mr. E. G. the contest and business relations
clerk the board of health securing thereupon
1 by state for reported to the
their'assistance in CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE.According k
.. .' with the Casino have ended. getting this bill S ,
editorof here
who has been managing
Naugle the
services as registrar 'of vital statistics amount of acreage they had already through the legislature. The commissioners ,' '.
\ the Jacksonville Daily Metropolisfor planted agreed to cultivate Mr. and Mrs. D. M.; Bass, of Wisconsin signified.their willingness to to the V''announe.ment! {
'' Fire Chief Fairman appeared before the past five years and who Is'a alike and co-operate in the shipping, are spending several weeks In the help in any way they could., made at the last ofthebo.tft I ;r
t' the council at the request of thorough newspaper man, having etc. An acreage of nearly ten acres city. Mrs. Blass is supervisory deputy :Before closing the session the.commissioners of trade President C. Stanford
j Manager Farlow of the Casino, asking worked in all departments from devilto was reported by those present and its of the Royal Neighbors order;auxiliary -- decided to advertise for has appointed a special committee 1 '
+\ that the council give authority to editor. With his able assistancewe figured that if none of the other to the Modern 'Woodmen,and bids ,for .1< new roof :'on the county whoso duty It will be to call on 'the
local fireman to arrest actors hope to continue the good work members of the association in ? .
some join this will organise a society here. courthouse.,, business men of the city and)enlist
and others who violate "no smoking" the has been doing for the will yield two carloads ,1
a paper acreage -for . their support In carrying on th .work .
tf. law in the rear of the stage. The coun i( possible to increase. its shipment which la a Large enouarh -- -.y __ 01 of the board this years On this com .
'. council decided that Mr. Farlow has usefulness. amount to attract attention from the ',
: mittee'are J.' D, Clark;; Earl 'Lupfer.and .
authority to regulate the conduct of buyers and will be a start in the right N.'C. Bryan. i" ?* { ""
people inside the theater and that if I direction. Messrs. Barriere, Howell, : I Mr. Stanford also'announces that ,
he was unable to do so to call on COLORED BRETHERNIN Van der Meersch, Fansler Gunderson, the following chairmen have been ap. ;
the night marshal.ASSESSMENT. Clark, Klinkhammer and Schreifelswere pointedon other committees( *
the growers present who agreedto ENDSSRDCONGRESS J. )I.. Willson el aha ... uf'finance';*..
\ GUN BATTLEH. co-operate in handling the beans J. A. Barclay executive; 8. O.I Raga '

LEVIED Invite Organizer to Speak. dale advertising:, J.. D. Woodbeck, ,
Mr. Van der Meersch reported on a band.and entertainment; C..A,Carson ",
W. Weaver, colored, who was one correspondence he had had with Dr. railroad and transportation S. B. xu
FOR TAFT DRAINAGEThe of the principals in a shooting scrape 1. T. Weaver, organizer for the Florida -- Aultman manufacturing enterprises. i ,
D. C. March 6. The the following statement
last Sunday, was given a preliminary Marketing bureau, regarding the Washington, : rEach
nesday on the charge of assault and mission of the organization. Dr. sixty-third congress, first under com- "A great congress has closed its chairman Is 'Appoint, four
Taft drainage district directors attempt to commit murder and bound Weaver replied that he would be gladto plete domination of the democratic session. Its work will prove the purpose others on his respective committee to .uf'' a
held a meeting last Monday in the over for appearnce at the next term come here and talk to local growers party since 1895, ended Thursday at and the quality of its statesmanship assist in the work. ,<
offices of their attorney in Orlando of circuit court. Weaver .shot Nathan about the bureau and the association noon. more and more the longer it is
and levied a special assesment of ten Porter, another negro, after a violent decided to extend him an invi- It had been in almost continuous rested. ...OOOOOOlOOOOOOOOO..Ot.. .
cents per acre on the land in the dis I quarrel and fist fight, and inflicted two tation to appear at their next regular session since President Wilson's' inauguration "Business has now a time of calm 0 4
triet. The engineer's contract wall also painful but minor wounds. meteing, March 13. two years ago. Beginning and thoughtful adjustment before It, TRUCK GROWERS, NOTICE *
signed up and he was instructed to I The men live near each other and A home market for the city was with an extra session called by the, disturbed only by 'he European w,-r. e aO
begin his survey work immediately.It their quarrel started in the neigh- discussed, the plan being to have a president April 7. 1913, the congresshas The circumstances created by the war Secretary S. T. Pansier of the *. i.b .
is the intention of the directors to I borhood of their homes. After a fistfight place where the growers could bring/ worked actually 637 days. I' put the nation -to a special test a Truck Growers' association' announeee O 4
push the work as rapidly as possible they both ran for their homesto one or two morningsa Much important legislation has been] test of its true character and to its +- 135 ."-caaan refrigera- ,
R. H. Ludlam who awarded their and Weaver the weep accomplished, but much contemplated received the O '
was get guns was and sell to consumers direct.A self control. O for crates were by' 4
- the engineering contract, will stay;t I first to fire. He stayed in the house great many cities throughout the some of it hard pressed by the I "The constant thought of 0 1 sedation this week and are O'r.' > ;
right ort the ground all the time until until Porter had started across the United States have these markets and president and party leaders, was left, every patriotic 0 stored In the old Water Jk: Car. .w '
i, his survey is finished and data pre- yard then opened the door and shot once housewives have the opportunityof undone. It is the present intention, man should now be for the 0 son packing house. It is expect + y.
'. pared ready to submit to contractors. from behind it. marketing this way they usually of the president and his advisers to country, its peace, its order, its just 0 ed that the first shipment of;* ItO
give congress a rest. Rather than and tempered Judgment in the face of made : ., .
prefer it. It necessitates a trio to the I' berries will be next Tn *
------------------ ------ - - --------------------- - - - - - - - - - - force an extra session, they wouldleave perplexing difficulties. Its dignity and I"
market, but the advantage Js-in getting 0 day and all those who have herrice ,
the remainder of the adminis its strength alike will appear not onlyin '
fresh I.'O
things from the gardens 0 to ship are requested
Prominent Canadian Buys and at a saving over grocery prices. tration's constructive aspirations to a the revival of its business despite 0 bring them to the packiag ...... .'
After discussion a motion was made new congress next winter, which, although -I abnormal conditions, but'also In its O not later than 4 o'clock that aftrmooo. -,.' .
control will to think to and to act
under democratic power purpose
hat a committee of three take the O .
1,000 Acres In Osceola Co. matter up with the city council and if have a greatly reduced majority inj I i with patience, with disinterested fair- O Only Mossbern of the ssseHs< .. *; ,;, } i,
and without excitement In.
the house.President. I I ness
satisfactory arrangements can be ', O lion can avail thesssehrae .of the) tq}
( -- made the plan will be tried out. Calls It "A Great CoB-reee" spirit of friendliness and enlightmentwhich > privilege of shipping in those .!R:;'.e ,4 .
. Mr. Manson Campbell and son, ing over 1,000 acres for himself out After his return to the white house will firmly establish" its presence O cratee and every grower//who'expeets -;;*: ',/rO
l' Stewart Campbell, were prominent of the beautiful Lake Marion tract. Thursday, President Wilson dictated throughout the world. to shin U reqaeeted toI be"O .
v visitors in Kissimmee last week and He also selected 6.000 acres in the COUNTY SCHOOL present at tIM UMdat.b..dq..rt. .....,.":,- ,, rO
were entertained and shown over this, same tract which he intends to Interest .... I. tho' au_'. O; y '
section of Florida by the Hunter Land friends in buying. The tract ZIMMER SISTERS HEREIN GERMANY PLAYINGA O Bank betiding tes+arerw (Sat.. ,,." ''.
company. purchased is ne.r'that bought abouta TERMS EXTENDED d day) morning. .t 10,0 \. ? ', "
Mr. Manson Campbell is the man : year ago by Chief Justice Hon. SirWilliam I O discuss the qtestloa 0I paektng+0

who invented the Chatham wagon, Mullok, K. C. M. C., of CONCERT MONDA LOSING GAME O and 10 packa..9 ,
which invention was afterward sold to Canada.Mr. The county school board, in addition O Only' one pack will be a4aUftl. '";. I RO
the International Harvester company I I Campbell has a very wide to transacting routine businessat + 10 the crates. n. aaaodatloala O i) t 4
and a large fortune realized from it. knowledge of lands and farming af- their regular monthly session Mon- on trial la this its first sklppiaa" O r 's' '
The Campbells are manufacturers ofsqU fairs and the fact that he has become ;a I day, decided to extend the school term Monday evening; March who 8, the such pop- London.-According to what ap-I 1 O nature .n4atand.nt pack* -uM.'b':.. . 'I ,, '
:' kinds of improved farm machin- I I personally interested in Osceola j i of county schools Nos. 7, 12, 13, 19, 28, I ular Zimmer sisters, in gave the apleasing pears to be the almost unanimous), be amt oliL v,.,. '.
. entertainment city
/Ky and have offices and factories attVBtham. county should be considered a tributeto I30 to eight months, and Nos. 18, 23, a of British observers + .t\. ., ", i ;Y rI
of the opinion Germanyand
Ont., and Detroit, Mich., em- the county. After going over the 35, and 40 to seven months providingthe few weeks ago for the benefit Ot.. . ... 0.... .... .......f ,'. '. a
ploying large forces at both places. county and studying its resources he required average is made by said Progressive club, will give a concertat Austria are playing a losing game I ,-. it.
They also make the Ford car bodies predicted a marveloss future for this schools. the Chapter House underau.plce.of along nearly all the eastern fronts. S. S. Buzza shipped ia "houebhold; ; .
L! for the Canadian territory. Mr. Man- section in the course of four or five Two deposits were made on the the Ladies' Aid society of the Christian fee- The situation of the Austrians in goods yesterday back to hit old ..-!; :."""
residence at towards colored school church. A small admission Pennsylvania and .xpeeta.tq\ tol...' ,
l' eon Campbell has his years.v pledge a high the .. to"
," Chatham and his son is in charge. of, building and the donatprs given cred- will be charged.The Carpathians seems un.aU.f.ctori"while low himself in about a week.' JI1a ,, ' i'" '1::}
In addition it is claimed the Russians have "
",. the business at Detroit. reputation, as a it for the same.The Zimmer sisters, who are win. checked them in ': family will remaiD in Lissimma ,.Q..r. ,!\1
definitely eastern
Both Mr. Campbell and his son were leading manufacturer of farming* new county school superintendent tering at St. Cloud, are both talented Galicia. tit the closing of Mayiwheis, '' ';.?lV
enthusiastic in their praise of machinery, Mr. Campbell is known ; C. E. Yowell! and the new mem- musicians. Miss Nellie Zimmer is I they will Join bim. .' .';;,MF;J1! '
I. mee and vicinity and its future. They as tone of the greatest seed experts of ben of the board Walter Bronaon andJ. a harpist of unusual ability and Miss Advices here also Indicate that the, 1 ,. "
'Were taken over the Highland prairies this continent. He is n man of much .. S. Stratum, nave taken sap their Ethel Zimmer a pianist and contralto Russians had some success againstthe Wilcox F.; 1l.;.Green and wif4 '\
.h'J 'of OsceoU county by auto, and the financial prestige also and his Investment work with an enthusiasm that promises soloist Their concert work is of. amy Germans IB Poland. M. F. teh aid. wlf..'aad.W.,J. MeClellan :"" ,4ty:: : ,.
,;' senior 1 Mr, Campbell expressed his in Osceola county,will doubtless much tOP the Improvement of'' the high quality and always a delight I were Rosalie people, ,in.thN'. : '- v I.:
': :Y faith,In the prairie land by purchaa- mean rood deal to the county. county schools this year to.lovers of good music dt7 th1a ''1,1: ,., .... ,t i : j'\r' "

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: ', ,Destroy Fruit and Vegetable Crops, Naval Stores and Timber, Indus I 000, and the average yield of bearing ties snipped\ to Texas, Oklahoma and other counties in the production of
Kissimmee will be
i proven in the county is $300 an acre other fast-being-depleted stock-rais beef cattle-and
li l tries and 'Osceola' County Kissimmee'sBackground Would Still annually. No county in Florida often ing state, also] :to the large packing the leading shipping point-and posr -
'. equal opportunities in the naval store houses of the country, 25,000 head of .for these. cattle.
: and lumber industries, and the fish cattle, for which an average price of Sugar Possibilities.
I Be a Vast Cattle and Sugar Producing Domain. from the many lakes yield a net profit more than four cents a pound, gross It has been demonstrated time and
4 i of $150,000 annually. These lakea weight, was given. By April it is expected again that the soil of no section in
and truck dur- the world is letter adapted to the cultivation -
groves gardens that increasedto
protect the price will be
4 from Florida ] fact that the municipaly-own!
Reproduced Semi-Tropic waterworks -
Year Book ing with increasing force toward I Is efficient ing the coldest weather, and the fishing five cents a pound, gross weight. A of u high-giade!: of sugar cane
Development by plant operated on an
) permission of the Tampa special Tri southern. Florida. According to the I basis, and the pure water industry i is protected by rigidly movement has been-inaugurated/ how- than that of Osceola county, with its
enforced state law. Osceola of fine muck land. Cane
Z bune. federal census figures, Florida outstripped i is obtained from artesian wells county the wholesale shippingof vast areas
9l' r'' -4-. all southern states from 1900 which are famous throughout/ Florida has been Florida's most famous hunt breeding cattle from the section, equal to that of Cuba and Louisianal
"Thi (Kissimmee)) is the healthiest to 1910 in population increase, and I because of the purity and volume of ing and fishing grounds since the daysof and instead large numbers of high-! has been cultivated since
) 'f city in the state. There is not a case Kissimmee kept more than abreast of i water flowing from them. The electric the Seminole Indians, and, in fact, /grade bulls and cows are being the Spanish occupation, and the late
t "P of contagious disease in the place.- her sister cities, and towns in the lighting/ plant is also owned by for centuries. shipped in for the improvement of the Hamilton Piston, of Philadelphia, in-
>t Excerpt from a report of Dr. M. J. state. In 1912 the city's population the municipality, and gives excellent Cattle Grazing Empire. stock. In short, Floridians are awakening augui :aced its cultivation' and the man-
r, Hicks, representative of the Florida was only 4,000 but before the close of service at low rates. In no city of The high-priced' products yielded by to the fact that they have been ufacture of sugar on a large scale
Pe board of health. 1914 this had. increased to 6,000, and I equal size in the country can better Osceola county's vari-charactered Roils overlooking a grand opportunity in near St. Cloud, Osceola county, now
The most productive section of the the mark of 10,000 is confidently expected grammar or high schools]! than those me' too numerous for mention. ElimInate this regard, and they are /going to occupied by a large colony, among
United Stal.ell--an of the world, for I to be reached within two or of Kissimmee bo found, and the leading those mentioned and unmentioned make south Florida) the superior of which are many old veterans of the
.fie 'i.I. that matter-is found in the counties three years. The tax. assesment for II colleges] of the state are within a however, and still natural advantages any section in the productiojf beef union army, who were drawn to St.
which ei'iliraoe south and the the year reached from a sixty percent few hours' ride of the city. The ]leading coupled with the universal law cattle. In this connection let this Cloud because of its beauty and
sr central county is Floridaj Sake-dot- valuation, amounted to $1,439-: religious denominations are represented -I of demand and supply, would eventually thought sink in: Of the millions and healthfulness. Adverse legislation and
L ted .empire within itself, of which 573.: This was an increase of $50,000 by thriving churches, and the force the county to become one millions of acres of unused lands in the untimely death of Mr. Disston pre.
.14 Kissimmee is the magnificently located over the preceding year, and the increase sale of intoxicating liquors is not allowed I of the richest in the United States. Florida, there is not a single acre that vented the realization of his dream,
A t, f4 county seat and commercial and industrial for the year just closed was in Osceola county. Prohibition There are two industries in which the will not produce natal grass hay- however, and Floridian have never
4 % 4 fountain head. As such, no much larger. The total indebtedness exists in Osceola In reality, as well as county will yet be supreme-those of which now sells at $22.50 a ton-in produced cane on a large scale because
r y city or town in miraculously developing of the city is $130,000 which was Incurred in theory, and this has been the case breeding beef cattle and producingcane abundance. This is the most nourish- of the large profits made in growing
south Florida enjoys a more prosperous in providing public Improve- for a number of years. sugar. In the cattle breeding ing forage crop known, and the cost citrus fruits and early vegetables.From .
-1 present, or has a brighter, ments of various kinds, including more Wonderful "Back Country." line Osceola will eventually surpassthe of producing it is almost nothing, as Kissimmee to the Everglades,
11 more flrm-foundationed future* than than three and one-half miles of vie One cannot appreciate the advantage largest counties of the west; in one planting lasts for years. Farmersin however, the finest sugar cane produc-
t I P Kisrimmee, the cold facts regarding sections of south Florida, follow- ing lands in the world are to be found.
,I which form the most impressive story ing an advertising campaign, planted They only wait to reward capital, en-
that can ue told to a prospective investor I thousands of acres in natal hay on one ergy and intelligence.In 4..
or seHlrr. KissimmeVs past, prcs day alone in the year just closed. conclusion, Kissimmee is a wor-
ent and future rest on solid facts of With its vast acreage and general thy little capital of a wonderful em-
resource, and not on the hopes oi of-ih advantages, Osceola county will lead pire that i is to be.
4'- "dream-stuff variety. The above- / cautif defisRimma $ $&$ VfS& . > w; I
quoted excerpt refers to physical ? VRr % /

F ,. 1 : health conditions existing at practically .oooo.o ooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooo.oo.I .
i r all times in Kissimmee, a similarly -
tj .1 truthful] report can be n.ade Country

iii year after and month after I Ot//
+'t month, as to the perennial healthfulness Club ROHM I good newinpemen& -

Gi .of business conditions in KisBimmee. %. ilaili'KM 1A'. a.E ? .hada' fLb /

R An Agricultural Wonder. Located $/ictcii of w7/save
l w In preparing an article of this char- I t- you
acter the writer always begins{ with i Work and
y the determination of refraining from _
/ ;; "painting the lily," but insofar as I tail' 1''ll"f''ltrlraatrifled t
south Florida is concerned, he always MoneyCULTIVATE
4, awakens to discover that the "lily"
t1 r has '"painted" itself. Thus it is with I -
; : Kissimmee and her prospects, but any .
&4 authority on city-building, or on agricultural -

i1 possibilities, upon investigation brick pavement, many hard- offered to settlers and investorsin the pioduction of sugar of a high
A, will that dream found
4 herein, should agree become any and will become surfaced streets, sixteen miles of concrete and near Kissimmee without getting I' grade she will eclipse any section of I d? pr
+ sidewalks. Other I Louisiana Cuba. A of the
within decade improvements / some idea as to the vastness I or study
f, a reality a or of like character are continually under productiverwBs of the truly wonderful offerings of the county in these particular -

"E' Z two.Excellently located from trans- way, and an appropriation has been "back country" which ministers industries \vijl, convince authori- i
) a
vi-ew-with facility made and a site selected for one of to and is ministered to by the rapidly- ties that the statements are warranted M1
i tl for shipping and marketing every the many the handsomest postoffice buildings in growing city. Beginning at the Orange by existing conditions. ,,
dollar-yielding of the section the state. One of the finest resort and county line, not far from which For many years, beginning with the
,fir Kissimmee snuggles crops on the shores of commercial hotels in Florida, a fine Kissimmee is located, Osceola county evacuation of. the territory by the
Lake Tohopekaliga, one, of the most clubhouse on Lake Tohopekaliga, a extends seventy-five miles south to the Seminole Indians, was the grazing
i beautiful bodies of water to be found handsome theater, a library building, borders of the far-famed Lake Okee- ground of vast herds of beef cattleof
in that lake-abounding region. The courthouse and other fine structures chobee, which the state of Florida i is the native type, also of hogs of
city Is one of the important fruit, are among the architectural possessions lowering in order to drain the vast the "razor-back" breed. The entire
v vegetable and beef cattle of Kissimmee, also many of the expanse of submerged muck lands in county is clothed with rank, luxuriant

4, r points on the main line of the Atlantic prettiest residences' to be found in the the Everglades. The county also ex- and nourishing forage grasses of different . .. .......
Coast Line system, two branches of south, and attractive and substantial! tends fifty miles east and west along kinds, which growing in a wild .- . "-
s-A v which also jut into the fertile recesses business structures as well. the Orange county line, which gives/ state, has reduced the cost of feeding
''k' f of the county. Water transportation Business Community. some idea as to the vast area of the cattle and hogs to practically nothing.The -
ii r1 through a chain of lakes and rivers, Although thousands of tourists visit historic and fertile domain. There is climate could not be improvedupon YOUR SOIL WITH OUR TRIED IMPLEMENTS -
including the famous Kissimmee and remain in Kissimmee each win- I no vegetable, fruit or staple product for cattle breeding purposes, a
1' f J river, southward, also makes commerce ter, Kissimmee is not what is knownas I known to south Florida that Osceolu fact which has been demonstratedsince AND INCREASE YOUR CROPS. OUR
41 possible with the great "back a strictly tourist center-that is, : county does not produce in quality and Ferdinand l IlcSoto, the Spanish' RUN
. .- _. explorer, imported the first herd of ; EASY
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- - -- - ---- --- cattle and hogs/ into what i.s now Os- I' i SAVE YOUR HORSES AND SAVE YOU TIME AND

; !\ ceola] county hack in l7./ :! The my- .
II f\ BROADWAY, KISSIMMEE"PIJ riad ]lakes also furnish health-giving MONEY.
water to the herds and vast forest '
i'r '
trees for their comfort in all seasons. |
) Difference in Profits.

; 4 I For decades thousands of cattle I 'WORN-OUT IMPLEMENTS BUT COME TO US AND
were shipped from Osceola and adjoining -
counties to Cuba and other West BUY UP-TO-DATE NEW ONES. IT PAYS.

Indian islands. In those days the average {
Florida cow or steer brought j
L----- $8 or $10. Today the cattle shipped :
: from Osceola county bring $22.50 and 'C
more. And it costs no more today to I W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123
produce these cattle than it coat twen-1;

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,;t 1, great degree, for Kisnimmee's wealth I for more than n fractional part of its sister counties, and no county in the 1 I
and development. Statistics of the I annual income. The tourist is cordially state possesses as great a variety of
United States department of agriculture I ]] welcomed] and shown every at product-yielding soils.. It can equal' 1 t 1 I
M show that cultivated lands in I tention, but Kissimnve's principal )'I the famous Hastings section in the i' 1 ii: ih '
h1 tw i;. south Florida yield from two to five source of wealth is the wonderful production of I Irish potatoes, can compete i 1 1 I 1 I t i ,
times as much, in dollars, as the best "back country," the products of which with Sanford in the quality of celrry i I
lands of other states, and reports of she handles and the needs of which I and lettuce produced and shipped,
the Urited States weather bureau she meets in various lines. In fact, with a greater area suitable for the' COACHES SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS DINING CARS.
fry ; i.. how that the climate of south Florida Kissimmee is a "live wire" in the commercial growth ol these vegetables than any I
'Iw- in summer and winter, is superior line, in which many opportunities other county, and produces early I
t: v to that of interior states. There I are offered investors. The strawIelriea) that are just as large/ I
are more than a million acres of land same i is the case in the and luscious as those shipped from I
-E'' back of Kissimmee and most of this :i Ilillbhorough, I'olk and other counties. I I r I w tt
is cultivatable." However not more line.The sanitary and manufacturilljl'I I During the year 19K1: more than 200, MI.
?' S than one-tenth of the whole is under I conditions existing in 000) boxes of citrus fruits of the highest .
t 's, cultivation. These lands, under proper all times ate a source grades were shipped from Kissimmee I. 1 r
; A 4 methods, will produce three andY ficials and citizens: of the municipal alone, to say nothing of the shipments
j } .,A. lour crops annually and in many instances ity. Typhoid fever, the scourge/ of made from the southeastern
farmers reap a harvest of many cities and sections, i.s almost unknown section of the county over the Florida : .
t $1.000 annually from each acre under I in Kissimmee, which enjoys Fast Coast railway sysem. The fruit .
-II cultivation. Kissimmee is situated 79 freedom from contagious diseases for shipments made from Kissimmeo net
+ ,t. oii miles northeast of Tampa, metropolis I many reasons. Among these is the ted the growers something like $37:>,- I tII
w ,\ of south! Florida, and 165 miles south Ii!
west of Jacksonville, the gateway of t }'
))0.. the state. Throughout all seasons ofk' ,- r. 1.
The Place Where You Always Save Money '
,' \ the year it is blessed by the peninsular :
f sweeping breezes of the Atlantic : fT"niimr
l land. Golf, which lessen the warmth The FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET -
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of rammer and temper the cold of winter -
ti'- and farther benefit ia derived from
; the fact that the city is on the shore Saturday and Monday Special (

tl:: of'tako'Plihopekaliga, sister of many Armour' Star Hams I.
: i'}- t 'Srult'and. vegetable protecting lakes 18 C ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD (
icy t 'v* extending In all.directions from Unwrapped 8 to 10 lbs, at only 1

'.1 !-.R iihtmleOty'a' Rapid Growth. I I Come In Saturday and get one of our Extra Fine Frying Chicken WKIHVBMVBB MI H H BHB HMMMi HHaM "I.:...{

"i... .and Klslmine,wa a thriving wa incorporated town when in 1885 the [ Phone 245 JOE POWERS 12 Aafon A. W. fitlTOT, D. P.: \., 138 West 'Bay Street, (Jacksonville, Fla. .> '. .

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POWERFUL FRENCH} AND :ENGLISH SHIPSBATTERWfi ROUMANIATOEffiWAR i AMEHCMUN" *PA iS1WRITESOFCONDITIONS'/ I com now Paris;that near and M.the"There ZeppelhVoj city U baa: a**.{any-cafe-**,.' .1) .e I

thing Ilk..that since in'Octob.r.eaus"*
f. W'go' back'and forth,from'Paula' '
; \' to Colombo'to our work'each _m-' ;
.' : WAY TO CONSTAllOPLE *;' -." bJgand.n1q and Ittiisl{no; differ*. .
Mrs.F. B. Colfler.; who ti'visitinin .nt than when.we wjr her bofor'

I _ I t this'' city with her sister Mr*. & with the exception that th* city 1. not ,
." W. Thornton; ha,bed's vary Inter- M well lighted at night a* bef or*.-Th*
The .Kamanlan"minlaUr of inferior esting letter from her son, who is cafe close url7'and the stores pull
I "j is credited with the statement that a la ,' charge of the Paris the blind or steel covering over the
t :INNER WINDMILL representative of his country bM branch house bf the Goodyear Rubber window and dos about 6SO 'or 7'
made a formal agreement with Great company. Mrs Collier ha kindly o'clock. You' cant cat ,a.'thine to- ::0-
r Britain Franc and RuMla for entering given the letter to the Gaxttte for eat after 10 o'clock at night unless,
t'LINE; IN PROGRESS the war with them. Bucharest publication appears herewith: you are wall known.
advice say that ten classes of RumanIan Th* moat of th* hotels are closed
lr reserves have been called out for Paris, February 10, 1915. and some are turned Into hospitals.,.
I, : London.- ''" March 13. It has been expected that Dear Mother and Sister: You said surely I did not haw
) allied fleet entered the Dardanellee should Rumania enter the war she I received your letter and was gladto much notice of going to Paris. Well '
t at noon Saturday and .bombarded the would do ao in the hope of enlarging hear from you but I do not want I had about a week but was not sure interior forts, according to a dispatch her territory at the expense of Austria you to feel so worried about me, for. what day I would leave and besld. I '
': from Athens correspondent of the Exchange and with the particular object of it la not s. bad over her aa the American knew that If I told you yon would ,,4;
" Telegraph company. The mes- obtaining Transylvania which is pop- papers make it appear. Of courseit write and say "don't go." And that
ulated Rumanians. I. bad enon h, but I was surprised would have mad feel
nee adds that a battleship bombarded a largely by Mary wora .. rr
' a in Poland when I landed over here and found She did not to tat .
Fighting Severe. not
Turkish or
a camp on the Gulf of say go go .,
Saracas. .. A semi-official statement from Pe- conditions entirely different from aa you know, left it up to mo. e "F f
6.v. trograd says that in northern Polandthe what I expected: and what the newspapers Tfrell I must dos for this time .. -I
London.-There is a panic in Con- -r r rb Germans are being pushed back said it was W* do not get it 1* late and I have lot of work to ?;..! ,
vtantinople and many inhabitants are steadily. The fighting Is severe, possession as much real news as the people in do these day. Do not worry .. my *
leaving, says the Athens correspondent of villages pasting from one the state but the new youg.t U eo account for I really do not see-whys '
of the Weekly Dispatch. Internaltrouble side to the other,but appreciable prog- exaggerated that It is out of the que.- you should. t
is Immln nt. The cabinet has rea each day i. claimed for the Russians. tion. W* get the New York Herald With love and host wishes i. '
decided to transfer the seat of gov- printed In Paris every morning, and Your MA 1
ernment to Broussou, Asia Miner." In eastern Galicia, at the other extreme hat with the thing we hear at the HSBER: t
of the Russian front, the Austrian hotel and factory keep us pretty well
London.-After having completed have ." ". a {
are reported to suffered re- When 80 1'0
the destruction of forts at the en- 1 -,* verses. These claims, however have wo landed at Haute we saw s
trance to the Dardanelles the allied not been borne out from either Berlin thousand of soldiers. They aay B. DICKERSON
lest of British and PreAch warships, ; or Vienna.; there were 30,000 English soldiers 4

the greatest which has ever been inaction A large Turkish force is said to have there, besides the French. W* see I .... ."... lath Pla*' . Toed
are now attacking the inner assembled on the isthmus. to oppose soldiers everywhere her in Paris but ........- "".t_ Parta E' ... 0..s.-. .
forts, which heretofore have stood between to date have not seen any aeroplanesor ........ rto. Oar ...Jtf ...... Mew < '
anly attempts of landing parties to advance .. ...... ........
the .... li rMr.. aU ale . ; ,
Turkey and invasion by on Constantinople. air machines. They: tall us that ..ary1.... .. 'I
Apparently the outer forts could not when the Germans were ao close to ARTIp'101A1.' lTOlr/ '
withstand a great bombardment and FAMILY PRIDE Paris that Zeppelins and aeroplanes PORCH COLUMNS ... BLJBCTBUCUQIIT i '
when they ha4 been levelled and deserted The BI.bop-My. my! What stur- were so common that the people did -PO.-r.... s'' ,I

men were landed from the shipsto dy little lees! not pay much attention to them. sad lt1.1.M .. .. "
complete the work of demolition Everyone here think it out of the Oar. areedwey
Their Owner-O but you. ought Mw iq:; C
while mine sweepers cleared a passage to* see muvver's! question that the Germans will ever ,
t In the straits.More reach Paris and I think so myself, h {
herious work is now ahead, When mixing the crust if the lard because a. :you know the German.
for the all-Important fortifications are '- flour and salt are mixed before addingthe are up to almost their full fighting
at Kalid Bahr and Chanak which water the crust will be rich and force while England and Russia have THE
guard the narrowest part of the strait flaky. millions of men now in training that GRAYSTONE
I There is no doubt however, that the will be ready in the spring and the .,.
allied commanders have instructions THICK GLOSSY HAIR Germans will not have a chance to
't ;
to make their way to Constantinople I FREE FROM DANDRUFF win against such odds. 1 1L L

In spite of all obstacles and have been '. We have our passports and carry' v. 11I11I&I .... L L PIITEI._ ,.
supplied with the best means for car . ,1' Girls Try itt Hair gets soft fluffy them with us all the time. I do not ; -...... '
rying out these orders. ; and beautiful-Get a 25 cent fear for my safety in the least, for if '
} Powerful Wt in Action. ', :'Jf: ': "" :'<"'c bottle of Danderine.If the Germans would get near Paris we Open Year Round.

1 A complete list of the skips engaged ; you care for heavy. hair that glistens could leave and come back home. You aa

, is not yet available, but reports I Photo by American Press Aaaoclatlon. with beauty and is radiant with know we are on the Opposite side of '
from Athens and other points say that I life; has an Incomparable softness and ,
twenty large vessels are taking part I. The famous windmills of the low countries have' suffered In the recent i is fluffy and lustrous try Danderine. x
end the report issued tonight by the battles lust one application doubles the "
British admiralty mentions ten of I I beauty of hair, besides it immediately .
your J. D. CLARK
these. Previous reports mentioned _ _ __ __ _ dissolves every particle of
others that were not engaged on dandruff. You can not have nice
Thursday or Friday the period cover- heavy healthy hair If you have
ed by the admiralty statement. 10rpORTUNlTIES'INFLORIDA dandruff. This destructive scurf robs Real Estate Broker '
At the head of the fleet is the Queen the hair of its lustre, its strength and
Elizabeth, one of England's latest Its very life, and if not overcome It

'romroissioned Isuperdreadnoufrhts since, the which war began hRS been and the produces scalp a; feverishness the hair roots and itching famish of Residential Lake Shore Property, Cottages, Vacant Lots, Orange i

"wtVii: mounts eight 15- n'h runs( The IS REVELATION TO ANY loosen<< and die; then the hair falls out "
Qi< en Elizabeth took part in the bombardment fast. Surely get a 26-cent bottle of -Groves, Truck Farms, Timber and Prairie Lands
80 that for the first time Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
monster weapons have been used and I ---- I store and just try it. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA r
according to the admiralty report they The following article Is taken from In a seed bed and transplanted to the I _ ,
did their work "with the New York Times. fields "B Boon as the Irish potatoesare
great accuracy. Troy ( ) J
Some of th e.Ships Taking; Part. out of the way. Cabbage and cel- .OOOO ...Oo..OOOOO.OO Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 68 "S.
Other ships which assisted in silencing "Why not spend your winters in ery are handled In the same way. : M
i the outer forts were the British the land of sunshine and flowers Cowpeas, hay or sorghum frequently Friend Tourists : ; Correspondence solicited If..l
battleship Ajrammeron, which was Florida where a forty-acre farm sufficient to supply feed for tbe en- '
truck by a Turkish shell and had will make you comfortable and give tire year. With the judicious use of Be independent. Own ).ur |
r three P1en killed and five wounded; the you a' good bank acountT" Is asked the fertilizer there Is no wearing out home when you can do so practically . ,
the British battleships Irresistible by Charles II. Stock welt, of Troy, of good soil as has beendemonstrat- : the same a* paring rent.
Vengeance Cornwallis, Albion and who has just returned to this city after ed at various points during the past See if something in this list i >; -,i1.p-.'.:.: ''. C' I A WISE MAN
Majestic each of which carried four spending his twenty-first winter sixteen years. It will permit both intensive appeal.._to you. ..._/ '._ \ carrie sufficient FIRE IN8UR- > t
A a. -
12-Inch guns, and the Triumph, which In that favored, southern clime In and diversified farming aU. sraad laratlaa plastered deep well <*.*._.. ANCE to protect hi. .....--.
has four 10-inch guns and the French ; the aan Mateo section t e year 'round.SOCIALISTS : ..a.r.. ... *mmm sra4 ......*. l while he 1* living and ample E'e,4
battleships Gaulois Suffren and Char- "Tup Idea of spending the winterIn .z Saull cash ...TA -.. ... SIS INSURANCE to protect hi. f...
a Eatlra
lemagne each carrying four 12-inch Florida and making it a profitable APPROVE : ebaca mrtvi aaljr aiJOO. pear Uy- fa the event of his death. He ; ;
guns. investment at the same time may GOVERNMENrSPLANS ....-.... ..._. .... ..*. also insures his earning capacity' >
'\ Other vessels included the French seem novel at first to those accus- : .awlaa..;.taw well, *e00t sea ..... .!. by taking out an ACCIDENT and" 'e

battleship Bouvet and one or two BritIsh tomed to think of an annual southern TO CONSERVE SUPPLY per A ava-raaa h..e. f.,..*, ..... HEALTH POLICY. B* ,,on'th.l: I [
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which the as -..- easier _.... t y
;' battle cruisers, are in sojourn something which only the .aT safe aid*. oflJ
.ft,' "vicinity. very rich may enjoy but every year Berlin, via London.-Approval of sad A eaM ta .ra ,mtmmmrm... .. .aaaaa.. lest., let latke '' { We write all line of' INSUB-- ; ; ;',
;;. The" Fort Dardanus which the ship an Increasing number of northernersare measures taken by the government to : dta- Ask abaat I* > I :ANCE that' Insure. a.d'eDcI *. t
!.attacked. ,' Friday after the entrance to investing in fruit and truck conserve the food supply was expressed A -.*.--. ..>aa with .... a None bat RELIABLE old lla. com. '. ' <
I : the straits had been swept of mines, farms and making small fortunes at twenty-four socialist mass meet 't _two I.... .". I.t. A 4ecld4 barTwa paaiaa In this t '

Is near the narrows, and it is probablethat raising fruit potatoes and vegetables ings in greater Berlin. Reduction of : ._...... aa.a alaratlajk to geed D. G. WAGER I' 5J7.t
the big and more important attack I while escaping the rigors of the maximum potato price was demanded, raeap.KlaB . rl Second Floor Clttsm Bank. Bldg. ,' ', 1( 1, ;
has begun by this time. northernwinter.. I however. Police who attended the elaae ..<7 r.ilr..d.mrrvm lead 925. per.lrpr.ved..ere.tlla ri. KUalramee 'Fla. . .
Sultan Ready to Flee. "It la a revelation to the northern meetings forbade the reading of uni- :'T ....... ri
'. Reports from neutral Balkan states farmer, acustomed to the months of form resolutions which had been pre- real cltra. .._ at 999 per. acre.Flee ,
aa* tea-acre tract fraa i ,9I
say that the residents of the islands drudgery from frost to frost, to eke pared. : sirs .p.Igr.v.d. "
In the Sea of Marmora have been out a single paying crop to learn that n _ laud f.t real.MRS'SUMMERS. I 5
ordered to evacuate their homes and
In Florida three different are
crops To old
labels from
is to remove paper

take that the an imperial sultan tp train Asia Minor.waiting taken hat, too In succession, with a from single the fertilising.soil, and bottles wet the face of the label with .OM lr aB.ld flt, aac ...I..... west ARE YOU GOING TO 'START A NEWSPAPER ? 4'..
water and hold it for instant
an over ..... .
So far as Great Britain Is concerned af Clrme At ((:17.>. t" 1B4 \. .
Im- And the best of It 10 that the most any convenient flame. The steam j ........ weal a1! ............ laadlaa "
< however the most important profitable of these crops Is harvestedat formed penertates the label at once I ....h.). / I .; I
of the initial
mediate success l
result <
: the time of the year when the mar and softens the ,
Is the reduction In the price of wheat, ket prices are the highest paste. .>-0-O-OO.OO..i..OO...*. IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENT _
which has dropped two shilling and a .
"Think of U'! You can raise from II
-quarter.The hlrty-flvo to fitly barrels of potatoes'' Ob40o4a admiralty statement says:
to the acre and get from $4 to .G par I .y l.I
"The entrance to the Dardanelles

"Was Tamely guarded Cape bv Helles four principal Batterv. forts Fort, barrel.Florida The season pr ce of ranges potatoes from durIngthe 13.50 FishLake Dairy I

barrel. The f
Seddul Bahr. Fort Orkanish Tabia and to $8 per property own- PRINTING MACHINERY r
Fort Kum Kalossi Tabia which will er is not confined td potato raising, ,
as the land Is adapted tor a wide rangeof .
described for convenience aa A, B, ,
'C ana D. These forts are armed as other vegetables from which the : : Pure Jersey Milk, Cream, Butter and Butter -- 4't"
market prices are highest at the time
follows: A, two 9.2 guns: B, six 10.2
guns; C, two 9.2 guns; D, four 10.2 of the Florida spring harvest. One I < ; Milk delivered at your doatf
and B.9 man sold $1,000 worth of celery froman
guns guns.SUBMARINE
acre; another sold $800 worth of ; every morning.

..... .. .. .. ... ... Bermuda onions from an acre; aiy- FOR SALE '
O other made at the rate of $6 60 per W
4 CAMPAIGN O acre for cabbage and still another ii Phone 241-L S. W. DOWNING .
4 HAS ENGLAND BLUFFED sold $300 Worth of syrup from an (
O of Tomatoes, straw- J
4 London.--Successful---- operation acre berfles and sugar most cane.any other vegetableor .... . . ...... ..... .... .0. t"

, .> ol the German submarine campaign small fruit may be raised. 0. accout of the ceaodatin ol th. ValUy Gantt an* ... .
4 ]Las resulted in the issuanc O "The latter par' of December witnesses O.cola Joraalw Lave of
a sorptu printing MckiMrjr. W ...
of secret orders by the Brit- O the beginning of the planting. *
CALOMEL for sal. th. I.a..
lab admiralty to all trans-AUan- season and this continues throughthe SICKENS! ;
tic lines to remain at their docks month of January. The d'gglng i
1 <
in further notice. Intertype Typesetting Machine
and shipping season for potatoes begins -
4 According to reliable informaO soon after the first of April and
. tion it is learned today that a O continues for a month or six weeks. ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE Practically New-Extra Magazine i .

fleet t>f Gorman submarines! are Many of the farmers plant corn ten
I. O lying in wait just off the Irish O days before digging the Irish potato 1 Book and Job Campbell Press "
sea coast for the big liners. crop and very often the corn Is up --Here'
4 4WILLL' six or c'ght inches when the potatoesare "Dodsoi'j Urn To.." Starts my guarantee-Go to any drugstore Tkiir'' atackin it large ...... for six c..... quit paper and .is '

, .... . dug but the work Is so arranged Better nil Calomel all heu'lsalirab Liver and get Tone.a..CO Take cent bottle a spoonful of Dodeon' tonight -- the sam...,r... tie Valley Gazette b MOW being printed ... .
as not to Injure or interfere with the : \ I .

HEN BAZZELL CARIB KILLED WAS SUNK second potatoes crop.are In Today demand these in the southern early or Make. Yoo Sick. right up and and if it make doesn't you straighten feel floe andvigorous you 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher (New) rKt *

by morning want to
Pensacola Mra. W. Bazzell, mother spring; for the northern markets and hack to the store and/ you go ,
, of Engineer William Bazzell of the the buyers are on hand ready to sh'p Llstetf( to me! Take no more sickenlng. Dodaon's Liver' Tone is get deatroyiag your money.the 1 33-inch Diamond Paper Cutter '
' American steamship Carib received a them in carload lota. aall"atlncalomel when bilious or ale of calomel became it M real Fiver ,
telegram from the owners of the vessel "When sweet potatoes form the constipatedDon't lose a diy'a work I medicine; entirely vegetable therefore. it "
i Ii stating that he was one of the second crop the "draws" are grown Calomel la mercury or quicksilverwhich can not salivate or make you lick.I One Jobber 8x12 C. & P. ; ;
i three men killed when that vessel causes necrosis of the bones. guarantee that one spoonful .. Dod- K
i was blown up by a mine off the coast Calomel when it mines into contact SOB'B Liver' Tone will put your alwgiah W/ also save otker ntackinery and ........t for sal*. If ,.. '
1 of Germany last Tue.daJ'. Bauell was How To Or Quinine To CbOdrosutiifli with sour bile crashes Into it, awful/ liver to work and clean your bowela of need a ?y of the ....*, writ *r ....... ... 4+
: torn and raised here and had Just Is it up. This Is when ;you feel that that sour bile and constipated waste s' rd "
t returned from Europe on the steamer OvMM. *tiaaTaattaaan.s ifc aiait ale... Ma. nausea sad cramping. If you ar* slug. which is clogging your system sad! nak- TERMS: Part cash and balanc *. ala.. 1t' ; .,;
City of Memphis, which wa sent .. Sake aa4 4aws Bat tfjakar*tae -.. war and "all kaocked ont," U your' lag you feel l miserable I guarantee. that "
acroaw by the United States govornmaatvto Calldr>aa.*itnl* H.aa aa..mmm.. haaw...It taA O laMs.S1"i Is torpid and bowel. constipatedor a bottle .. Dod_'. Liver Tour wffl KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE !
bring nomo refuge.. H* .......... ooItoiIioa. .Di.l..di.1 i n.n.M. yea -ha.Iaea.clAClbe.. dlsafara. coated keep year entire family feelimg flaw fcvswmths. .. j ,.'
_.. .... . toagne, If breath .. bad ____ . .
then signed .. oaginoor on the Carib.thirtyXhr w t r . or sour Give It to ;yoar eUldr.. fit isfcaraleosi Kl >E .\
, ....... sd-o.w-.. Jnst taba poonrnl.of lMMEE. FLORIDA .._ !fir.! _.'. '
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:I'" '+ Kitsimmee V\l8y" \ ? a.i'fjtf.6 i ., 'q. L: Gr en. lIi/-r: " I' I WHY. COlJMrt'COM. I 1th RECiA1EiPAW.E: >,*'CAZEtfE.February .'I

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tll7st.. f IID. mrlowWlvilpl R"1 OIl'JPlCltt.... rJ.Oau.40), "'A.Z E Qfa.I Through the 'ofHob: dude LEng&th. : "f .eon') " ,, ,Editor Valley Gasettet W.1"
<< .1''; ) :; ay courtesy ValIey Gazette will 04. days' ago "The Metropolis l. We wish to' take this occasion to ';.">1',3'

\ have '1.000- package of garden, and flower seed for distribution among itt quoted a remark .f an. eminent lawyer to our very sincere appreciation :I
express yen
W. .. HARRIS a.. E.
nOM of our reader who want seedy will please write u* a postal cardat In which he declared that the of your paper, r 1:

'OMCRiraON RATKB: : One copy one yea* .....______-__--_.__l*. once, giving their name and address, stating which they most abhorrent term employed by the They are gone over by the writer l'
,f Oae ...., alz': :. month..__..____....... On Dop y, three months......... .... prefer. laity regarding the practice of law is frequently and are a source of 1nfol'1, 1I I,
Please do not phone ut in this matter--(imply tend a postcard. "legal technicality;'' and the speakerwas nation as well as inspiration. The ;..I \f..,

a All communication xopt from our authorised oorrspon4nta must b. even fair enough to say that there papers are filed in our reading room .'
..*..04 b. tb. wrtt.r. i la (rood reason for attorneys also to and are much enjoyed by the visitors matter will not b. returned unl... eall.d for. "DINGLEDOLLAR DAN." THE TURN OF THE TIDE feel disgusted with the' use to which"Ie&al who come in here. It will give .s .\, I
technicalities" "Con-
are put. great pleasure to reciprocate at any
if (Bnt.r.d at th. Postoffle In KlMlmro*, Florida, as ..oond-claaa matter.) Once there wa-i fl nice old fossil liv- There are multiplying' signs that tempt of court," according to this bar- time that we may. I
rister, is natural effect from the
ing in a town about the size of this. "the tide has turned," as President a Very truly yours.S.
__ ___ observations of intelligent people. Secretary ) I
T. Kidder Jr.
d. Farrell
When he little of the
-- was a boy a manpave Steel Trust '
declared last "'
But not until the majority -of attorneys COMMERCE OF *1. :;

him a dollar to ran and get week, and that a marVed Trnp>ovenv>nt : CHAMBER
with this and seek :r:
Waking Up in the agree man AUGUSTINE.
changed. general business
situation is to reform through their ranks will
He forgot to back with theehanR'e be seen by own :
go day day. FURNITURE.
"contempt of court" decrease-a BUILT IN
r and that the first dollarhe The Steel Trust :
was reports increase
I an
shrewd who will defeat -
lawyer justice
+ The people of this community are waking of Ions
up. ever earned 411,928 in unfilled orders in and assit crook to out into Convenient for Filling in Awkward ..-
( Each day sees them take a step forward, a step in advance, a step into When he died he had it still. January, and the numbers of men employed for further a nefarious go practiceson society Recesses in Rebuilt House \

t the Iuture..r He used to park his money down by it had increased 25 per .I a "technicality" i is a crook himself; When one is remodeling a house or "\

.r; And at every step they acquire fresh knowledge-knowledge which in into his j jeans with a hay press. the that period. Steel The first of the month the judge who permits' the "shrewd", a city apartment the use of built-in _h
He could make an ordinary tight- Carnegie resumed to is also crookor furniture will often be helpful. Fre'J.'
outweigh the "just" a
'i itself advances them another the road to superior intelligence.
yet step on full
wad look like Coal Oil giving .
a Johnny. employment to I awkward recess <
and the there exists an
a weakling happily people
'i The most noticeable feature of this awakening is the wide interest that Whenever he needed any clothingor between 8,000 and 9,000 men, and the are reaching a; place where they will quently or an alcove space which seems "

t ,i is being taken in the advertisements of mercantile houses. shoes he grew sick at heart to think American Steel and Wire company at allow their contempt for the courts to to defy any successful arrangement .

r De r This I is an advertising ale and the "ad" habit has gripped not only the of the useless. expense. men PitUburg and is has taken on 2,600 more express itself In a demand for reform and in which nothing in the way of .

d :, merchant, but the consumer. It is growing with leaps and bounds. He did not bother the town merchants orders. The runningfull H. C. Frick time Coke on new that will be heeded."Technicalities" . furnishing looks well. Such a space i''
but when com-
It is a hopeful sign, a sign of expanding intellect on the part of the saw him very coming copiously they,ducked into they the pany has fired 2.600 new ovens withina and "precedent"-I may very often be fitted by a clever :\
one is almost as bad as the other. with few low bookshelves
carpenter a
few ..
y, people, for sn no other way can the consumer hope to acquire that degree of trenches. From days. The judge who spends his time huntIng painted or stained to match the sur- ,

s ? } t commercial knowledge necessary to a judicious expenditure of funds. He beat them down on their prices within the Chicago last thirty it is reported orders that through the "decisons" of others rounding woodwork, and the result

There are numerous merchants in this town who are meeting this desire until they were almost-willing to give been placed for days have dead and gone "justices" instead of will be a really valuable decorativeasset.
f-3 him the goods to get rid of him. $30.000,000. worth"' of studying the case at hand is as dangerous ..
of the people, who are alive to the requirements of their patrons, and who are freight and passenger can, locomo- .
Time blew until there
on one day the fellow who makes hisDecisions
t doing their quota of the good work which is making of this a community of blew into town an outfit which rentedan tives and railway materials, not including as for so much cash. The spaces within be made unused into doorway bookcases ,. .
orders sometimes
superior intelligence and worth. empty store room and offered the since January 1 for foreign But just because of the lack of respect may being fitted with shelves and "
As by
The following are some of our local merchants who are using the Valley good citizens a chance to buy what stance government the Pennsylvania a railroad single has in, that exists for many'courts, a long, straight curtains hung upon a '

Gazette as a show window to display their goods and to tell you about the was left of a bankrupt fire and flood ordered 15,000 tarn, costing 12,000- change must come. Out in Oregon slender brass pole across the top. ,
sale stock of shoes and at Circuit of Portland
clothing Judge McGinn ,
bargains you can find in their stores: 000. Russia alone ia reported to have Where such spaces are of sufficient
thirty cents on the dollar. recently declared from the bench: "I'm
made into
Ah! those happy days for Din- placed orders amounting: to $12,000-. going to smash this of depth they may even be
were thing -
7t + The Dollar Limit Store ; 000 with a Seattle car concern. closets by the use of tw/' vertical panels J
Waters and Canon Grocery Company ; gledollar Pan. Shipping men, who cannot meet the every time I get a chance and of latticework hinged to open like
He loosened up on more coin than demand for vessels for the every time it will do any good. To
Taylor's Grocery; he had emancipated for many mapy trade export do something just because some one doors
report an unprecedented boomin old-fashioned houses thereare
ki; May Lumber Company; years. the else has done it is nonsense. Precedent In some .
shipbuilding yards on the At- deep or 'reI -
The Shoe Store Money that had been mourned as has stalked through out courts frequently spaces
Family ; lantic coast. Every plant is said to be veals" within windows, and It would
lout forever came back to life, liberty and legislatures until it has become
ufa Cole Jewelry Store swamped with orders for new build window
s vessels
; be simple indeed to a ,
and the pursuit of happiness. a bugbear and I'm going to put on I I ;
although over 125 vessels have
The Market such .1.1I
Sanitary within
: Heat a space.
a ; He loaded with clothes and .shoes armor and use heavy artillery againstit
up under the
come since
liL l H. C. Stanford flag Harmony in Interiors.Interior i nI
Company; from the bankrupt stock the of the new whenever I meet it. I .:
passage registry act kind which
I + Dutton & Harris Shoe Company ; And in his mind he groaned to thinkof last August. At Newport News, at Naturally, it would take a strongman I fittings of any be )
into home regarded -
Dann's Department Store ; the good money he had given the : Cramps' Shipyards, at the MarylandSteel to live up to such a purpose, a are a of the standing wood-
merchants for strong one and an honest one if justice as a part
town things that were
The Fair Meat Market company's plant at Sparrow
Play If
treated accordingly.
work and
is to be done but there honest
i no better than those he was getting Point, at the Fore River yard and ; are -
La Mode Shop; so cheaply now. the New York Shipbuilding company'syard and strong men in the legal pro- white paint is used upon such wood-

t State Bank; He knew they were no better because at Camden, capacity work is the fession who are as anxious as anyone worn. the built-in furniture must be
ff.'s Yellow\ Pine Lumber Company ; the bankrupt fellows told himso. order of the day. to see the courts deserve more honor; painted white also. If a "mission" or

Carson Farmer In Michigan, six of the big and to them the people must look for "craftsman" style prevails the same
; One day it rained.To hard much of the cleaning-up that their finish must be used with
L mining companies, which were wrought
Osceola Hardware Company; profession needs.-Miami Metropolis. hinges and locks of copper or
his astonishment the color in his hit by the shutting off of exports in
? f Katz; new coat ran blithely away, the trousers August haver aised wages 10 percent 0- iron.

Citizens Bank of Kissimmee: shrank timidly from his ankles, his WARNING.The It was Congressman Heflin from :i

Palace Drug Store; shoes become nice and soft life wet As the one great producing country -.0.-- Alabama, who declared in congress
W. B. Makinson Company. pasteboard and the soles fell off not engaged in war, all the rest Sun has been deprecating the that the women of his state did not
fact that of of Florida
gracefully.He of the world looks to the United scores papers had '
1I Besides the above stores located in Kissimmee there are numerous foreign hurried to the bankrupt sale to States for food supplies and manu have published many pages of "plate need the vote them because all they chivalry could

ads. appearing in this paper advertising foreign products which are sold in tell the gentlemen-but they had goneto factures. The only check upon the matter" which was sent them free of already want.given In Alabama a po''f''f''f'sibly

+' local ttoret. another town about the size of this, growing export trade is the difficultyof charge by one Farmers' union, writ- has still the legal right to beat ?
ten by Peter Radford. Many of the
It will to watch these ads and to take advantage of the bargains I looking: for other economical buyers. securing charters. American wife. Even so does the law reflect the
pay you used it as a "filler" because it
been papers
Dingledollar Dan's funeral goods have moving abroad
was for which the south is fa- "
;, offered weekly. largely attended by his prospectiveheirs. rapidly that foreign exchange is be- was donated to them. We venture chivalry I
low normal, and the $80,000,000 ingold that the editors never read the stuff. mous. A
[ to Canada last fall for We did-therefore refused it. :
Moral : Often !the principle thing shipped Hutchinson Kan.-A short-
t Royal Palm Hammock and sold. is the customer. the account of the Bank of England, The American Press has sent out a circuited the ,electric wires here "Ye-: -
: i -' I is beginning to flow back in payment warning to ten thousand papers of j
cently and for hours the town was
"- SAID ABOUTKTSSIMMEE.Kissirnmee for foreign purchases, although gold is the United States.It .
% the Internal Fund without power or light.
Improvement in
-.0- the last thing the European powers says part: -
has an ordinance forbidding want to surrender.The Look out for the little joker.
the soliciting of business on calamity howlers who take The scheme is insidious. LaGRIPPE
comfort COLDS &
re The promise of a grant of land in the Everglades district by the Internal the platform.-and sidewalks. of railway in shrieking bad times and the Each: page carries legitimate,

t Improvement Fund to the State of Florida to be held as a park is a step in stations,. Several other towns that we croaking politicians who seek to cap- well written articles to rover n or G doses GOO will break it

l; , the right direction and Floridians should appreciate the gift of this wonderful could name need just such an ordinance italize commercial disturbance due to other matter which certain large of Chills & Fever, Colds h"
of of and hold rightly: enforced Next1!Ocala the war will. soon be without an issue. interests desire to smuggle into any case ,
and'mysterious growth royal palms as a piece patriotism it asa Banner. The of this lies & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
prosperity country columns. For example, a
memorial the artistic and side of f life in the 1914 of your
lasting to romantic
year * not with the pessimists, but with recent issue contained an article better than Calomel and doea not ,
grind. This precedent of the Internal Improvement board in being able to Commission form of government those who act on President Farreil'sadvice advocating higher freights An- gripe or eickcn. Price 25c. '.

legalize the transfer of this romantic spot, places jlie internal fund on record bug is hibernating at Kissimmee and, and have "the courage, not of other article in the same pa eurlZ'ed ,

I 1l. and also scores a victory for our town woman, Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willson in threatens mertime.-Tampa to breed there in\he sum destruction, but of construction.- the abolishment of the -

e, her insistence that lands in the Everglades may be legally granted to the *Times.. New York World. "full crew" railroad law passed, by HITD&-NEIL ]

Iti, Seminole Indians. The Valley Gazette congratulates Florida upon the acquisition That newspaper controversy over in various states.

; of this romantic Seminole palm hammock and it also pleased that Mrs. fierce Osceola and is getting it's all to about be something board THE NEWSPAPER SITUATION. impression The articles that give farmers legislators and publishers the- 1 IeLi.........,.JI."I....._ .._ ..1
a of
.* Willson't stand for the future destiny of the American Indians has not been county commissioners.-Arcadia Daily -+- favor higher freight Auto TOp's'22'!up Qlshn Slips '8 uv., ,f i 4PaintingGrnt2btup'
in vain. News.! The stringent business conditions rates and smaller train crews. >> h

t i which just exist throughout the coun- Thus do certain interests at- TrucksWagons made to order; I
try are having a telling effect upon the tempt to mold public opinion. ,, r '
,' Mrs. Minnie Moore Wilson of Kis- of the nation. This is : :
+ The Horrors of War simmee, is doing a great work in behalf press noticeable ID the smaller towns especially and The Sun called attention to the fact,
of the Seminole Indians of Flor cities. The New York Commerce and some time ago, that the articles were \\J

: ida. Tampa's Seminoles are doing a Finance one of the brightest and bestfinancial written in the interests of the "liquor

Down in New York the cafe's ring with the new English comic war song treat work in their own behalf. We journals in the land, has this interests." Gutters
like our Seminoles best, Today the Sun was tendered free
ro (. ' "Sitter Susie's Sewing Shirts for Soldiers." This journal always to the fore- Times. -Tampa to- say on the subject: "plate; matter" headed "What is

) front with pertinent suggestions, offers a few refrains, around each of whichour C . "The newspaper situation has come Beer!" This is paid for by the Master Mouldin

finest little song carpenters are invited even challenged, to construct full-! Editor Sam Trinlett of the St. Cloud to a stage where it must demand serious Brewers' association of New York 11CS

fledged lyrics. And, that we may not be charged with partiality, we will Tribune and Bill Harris of the Kissim- weeklies attention.and small Failures dailies of are country more and the inquiry sheet of says so.will We +CC! .
mee Valley Gazette, aca> telling thingson expect that scores papers accept
I include all of the other warring countries (that we can remember). each other. Tush, brothers tush numerous throughout the country than the "plate" because it is "free."
Never tell ever before in the history of the raise the standardof
( shop secrets Florida Me Fellows let us
Rosie't Ripping Rags for Rampant Russians. tropolis. trade. Advertising is at an ebb. Costs Florida journalism by reading whatwe

r Susie Sings So Servia will Scrap.Pollie's are far above the average for every- admit into our columns, whetherit
The suffragette cause is lookingTJp, thing that enters into the making ofa saves composition bills or not.
El 51 J Planning Panties for the Prussians
There is little
; publication. profit in
The charter of the town of Kellsnvre "Free plate" is the dearest matt/T
v Jennie's Jarring Jelly for a Jap: has been drawn with a provision that circulation. In the south the positionis going into your columns.-Clearwater
probably than in the north
worse/ ,
women nmy vote in its elections Thesame Sun. I
Fannie's Frilling Fancy Fobs for Frenchmen : man ,drew the charter that but even in the north it is very bad. -

Austrians Accept Amandas Work ; framed.! the ordinance for the town of "The whole sphere of advertising I CORKKCT TAHI.K: SERVICE.

: k i Betties Basting Bellybands for Belgians ; Kissimnve regulating the speed i of aircraft in America has been upset in the last Many of the niceties. of table service OUR PICKETS ARE OUTon
the height at which they should few yars The pure food law has' which busy housewives arc apt to regard -
w ( ,i And soar etc It is hoped Hint the Fells cost the newspapers and magazines : as unnecessary frills are in reality
41 Tillie's Tatting Tidies for the Turk. mere ( hatter will lie more. .'ffe<.tive in millions upon millions of dollars. distinctly savers of money, time the bent fences In town, because

; : t t- its provision than the Kissimmee or "Newspaper makers, by their own : and labor. I j I they look bent and wear be t. Infact
l dlnnnl'e.- Dude City Banner folly, haVe made themselves almost i For instance, the custom of using j I applies to all our Lumber

: : Y Y wholly dependent upon advertising: for plate doilies with a centerpiece(' for and
,,\ Leopards Don't Change Their Spots NO OUTSIDE HELP NEEDED. their re\enue. Advertising is erratic, I I two menus of the day reserving a Itril.DINO MATERIAL

We will have to hand the palm to unstable and uncertain as to volume' I tablecloth for the dinner table only, is
Kissimmee In the vital! statistics It requires constant stimulation. It recommended for its common-sense aswell To buy anything in these lines
"i 3:. Among the many excellent features of last fall's ekction, from democrake report does I without obtaining our prices Willmean
) a for l'! 14 she holds the record at not grow naturally. But for the I as attractiveness. The doiles can
viewpoint..was the success by slender margins of many very conspicuous' both ends of I the I line; the smallest creation of new commodities, or, rather easily be rinsed out whenever a spot not only a loss In money, buta

reactionaries. We happen to think of Joseph G. Cannon, William B. McKin- death rate and the largest birth ratein the putting up of old commodities appears, and in the season of fresh Ions In the quality as well, to you.
; towns and cities of over 2000. Her in new garb and the attempt to fruit a stain on a doily i 18 not such a Any good carpenter will endorse this.May .
and William E.
ley Rodenberg of Illinois, and of Senator Reed Smoot of
market for them
develop advertising
death rate was C,.2 while her birthrate a by serious matter as the same spot on a
i I'!'C.,, Utah, in this connection. There are others, but these few serve to make the was 27.8. They used to have a the newspapers would have large damask cloth. Small luncheon

# ::.i point. slogan down there "Watch Kissim been forced years ago to reform their cloths, either square or round, barely '

t. ... Leopards do not change their spots. The eld much-spotted crew is to mee ( row." Verily she needs no outside business ways. reaching the edge of the table, are Lumber Co.
help. With a birth rate of four "Uneeda Biscuit was worth millionsto also a great saving of larger and more
r control republican councils in the next congress. The issue will be, clearly and a half times her death rate .she is the American newspapers. The handsome table linen and enable the H.

fa !' drawn between free government and government by the railroads Wall liable to cover the lower end of the same is true of the multitude of housewife to keep her table immacu- R. May, Manager.

\1 ,,' Street and the banks. From. this out progressives using the republican name state before long-= Clay) County Mir breakfast preparations with which the late with little trouble and expense. Phone 21 KUstmmee, fitI .

h1;; haven't a chance on earth. ror. country has been flooded within the Daintiness and econcmy are also
last twenty years. It is said the advertising achieved hand
by keepi Jf on a supplyof
In fine the air has been cleared. We know :
M exactly what's what and "MR. AND "THE WOMAN." bills paid by one, breakfast! individual paper cases for the serv-

; ? who's who in politics. It is now a clear-cut, knock-down and drag-out fight - food town of battleship would pay for ing of entrees or desserts. When un-

: to determine whether the country shall go forward under Wilson or backward The Miami Metropolis, in an editorial the biggest ever built. expected guests make the quantity of ,

"' under whomsoever the Cannon-Mann calls attention to a newspaper report "The advent of the automobile saved some particular dish an embaarassing
.-Smoot-Penrose-Gallinger of
f ring of the situation for the and
a coroner's inquest in which newspapers proposition these receptacles often A4
t lets' a bosses puts forward at leader. the male principal of a sordid tragedy magazines for a time but that branchof save the day. Every available morselcan

is referred to by the comparatively advertising is dechnin While it be apportioned in these individualcases

respectful title of "Mr" while the lasted it surpassed anything in the and no empty platter be visible

k y' Farm Credits System Needed companion in guilt" is called the history of newspapermaking."It I as evidence that the supply has been

"Adams woman. is inevitable that the number of exhausted. Moreover, even the simplest -
.'t: t It is an invidious distinction Sand newspapers in the United States will preparation assumes' an air of

'' Farm wealth of the United States, estimated at $40,000.000.000. should\ throws the onus of blame on the woman be reduced. The reduction this year I elegance when served individually in

4 + be the basis on which the prosperity of the country rests permanently, vet as if she were the only sinner. may amount to 5 per cent. ,or even 10 a paper or china case and with ail appropriate iy)I
o The man was protected because he per cent. The reduction in size will .
ti t' there is law garnish. ",
under which
no adequate to finance the farm. That was the was a "popular member" of somethingand exceed that percentage. Curtailment ; \ ,,

rk, t, condition described at the St. Joseph. Mo.. Interstate Agricultural congress by because he was a man! Yet, if is under way the nation over. For I A

.', 'W C. Brown, former president, of the New York Central railroad. the woman was soiled the man was some reason newspaper proprietorsare Calling Cards $, er

'"'J, f 'Hli establishment of farm credit is one of the most important questions also defiled and cannot hide behind hesitant abut doing the one thing Wedding Announcements
I.. his "popularity" or his "manhood. that is right. Tls to increase the Cngravirut[ Work a Specialty'' f1.
before the Mr. Brown
now nation. said ?be farmer it paying twice the Such distinctions will] be made, subscription price of the paperto a Beat of Wa Ie Guaranteed

.\-t, :-'..... interest' he"shoua; Long time loans at a low rate would enable the farmers though, Until there is a single standard figure where they a fair profit Sand for i and Samtux
; t .'7:'" .'tor"properly finance their work,and it .it this financing upon which depends to of morals, for both men and wom- from circulation. Until they do this J
: :- t degrees the prosperity of the' en alike--a single( standard, of moral they will never be ..Are ;I
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York.-If American men -York state alone employ over 76,000 )Mirror men Are Bern Diplemata. rent lotion for lessening hair falling. y
A cold shower bath "
every morningwill 1
Yielded American women a* much in women. '1I .
their homes a* the women help the "And you think the women really kin do much toward" hardening-- ,,.the nAn
to winds.
men in their office\ there would be run the offices\ ?" I asked. 1
no barroom and no divorces at all "The big, red-faced, bullnecked man excellent practice to Incure ".
The only reason why American swaggers and struts and shouts, 'Tell bright eyes and a dear skin is to take
men's Care ef Hairbrush. the juice' of a lemon In t lass of f
offices are so admirably run is him won't; and meanwhile the un-
water with dash of salt added. ThUacts
that the men do not run them. They obstrusive, systematic, diplomatic Where possible it la very much better directly a '
the liver bat
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only run the women. woman secretary keeps quietly doing' to have the hair brushed by a second more to do with look than .
A man himself has said it-and 'tis the work and running the office. It's person more especially where It imagine good many M
greatly to his credit in the of well known fact, as Dr. Katherine !
eves a Is long and bea"1''. A woman can hard Pale, sparse eyebrow and lafhe a
women, at least. He has said it in Davis says, that certain big municipal
ly carry her arm from the scalp to a face expressionless. They can I ,
the Woman Suffrage number of Puck in this town allegedly filled
positions the full length of the hair, and It snarl be coaxed: into a better growth b'.ebIng
and he is Charles W. Crowinshleld, by men are really occupied by the
i and tangles until more Is pulled out the eyebrow nightly with
author of "Manners of the women secretaries held over from administration ar
lie editor Metropo-I administration. The than Is right.
of Vanity Fair to If your hand perspire too freely.
ular member of Fifth avenue and reason that American business concerns There la alao a great difference In add a few drop of tincture of myrrh,

Newport society. are loading the world is that the sort of bruah used. On. with brie t e- to the water In which you rinse them 'f ;
He wouldn't take back a word of American women nave put their shoulders ttoa that are too stiff wUl scratch theacalp after wakhln 8. Tbeir dry thoroughlyand

hi. enthusiastic tribute to American to the wheel and helped manage. often make It very sore and ao dust with boracic acid or oe*- .
womanhood. With Mr. Crowinshield "My hat goes off\ to that splendid oauae loosening of the hair; one with meal I ,

it's evidently a conviction, based as body of young women who appear brtetle that are too soft will not be i
he frankly; .admits, on twenty years of promptly every morning IB shop or of much In DAINTY SCHOOL .,
work in :American office. office, do their work competently and us* reaching skin and Following are a few deliciou ami' j '
"The success of our women in the without complaining home at night F stimulating the growth of new hair. wiche that will doubtless proveavi 4 y

field\ of business is marvelous-the to make and launder their clothes, and A brush that Is not perfectly clean will welcome addition to the school lunchbox / '

world has never known anything: like yet somehow manage to read the latest canes dandruff an oily condition and t. e it of any boy or girl: Cll() i
it," he exclaimed "Fifty years ago books, see the latest play, bear the effectually prevent a healthy growth 00 Olive Sandwiche w-Slightly. bu

less than 5,000 American women were latest music." So. much attention should be paid to kFr thin slices ef whol. wheat breads.s,

employed in clerical capacities. Now "Principle that nobody can down, not only' the quality, but the cleanllneM moisten chopped olive with mayon-- r;

there must be 2,000,000, maybe more. sooner or later egin. to seem progress. as well as to the proper Betting nalse dressing and spread upon'Vie'
The life insurance companies in New ." of the bristle of the brush used dally. buttered slice; spread other allce

.... ".".. .. ... r' There Is a splendid English brush with in cream cheese and press together. J+ 4.Peanut .

with black bristles that seems to be Sandwlcheav-Chtni freshly ''' '

almost perfect. The effect to to bring I ', routed peanato; pound them'ln .'mor- I I

Original Owners Palm HammockTO about a healthy glow on the scalp, tine. jRAnnior' arijrrott >jt.roiMm. tar until smooth and season with aalt. 4
j while die hair Is left soft and shining Serve on a lettuce leaf between bettered 4
Harriet Stanton Blotch madea
. thorough bra.btng. Ratherhigh Sandwlchea.--Clot 4 4
ringing speech at Cooper Union. In Fruit bread,
priced, a good brush of this sort ''f'possible.
New York when 0,000 womed met to brown and white as thla a*
1 tIt win cost over $2 but lats for years If f"
Use four or Ave piece. In
protest against war. Her words
washed properly, so tbe eat may be were each sandwich putting them together
is with the greatest pleasure I world's championship to America, and considered worth paying. rewarded again and again with applause so that the color will contract.Apple I

read in your interesting federation as this youthful redskin stood before The washing of hair brushes Is very but these brought forth tumult: butter peanut butter, honey and f am.IPJ .

page of the proposed plan to preservethe the king of Sweden, and with the simple yet a certain course must be "Men don't go Into powder magaslnea thin, may be need a. fllli .
beauties of the royal palm ham- Swedish ruler's hand clasping his, .
followed: Tepid water with a goodsap carrying lighted matches, because they n. Sandwiehe.-chott
.four h
mock of Dade county. Without ques- heard the words, "You are the moett Of !a pound of fin.. add
tion the the world all the brtatlee well rubbed with another know the nature of powder. But they
preservation .f this wonderful wonderful athlete in of a cup of caster, cook to t smooth i ;.
growth of feathery crowned sentinels America shoutodt/or Jim Thorpe, the brush a comb passed throughand don't know human nature. paste. Add a few almond., chopped ,

of the Glades will be a memorial world's champion.So through ao the bottom of the rows "All the diplomatic poets of the fine. When} cold spread the mixture t,

that Florida may look upon wits today in Florida as women of may be touched; two lathers, rinsing In world should be filled wltb women because upon whole wheat bread./ Raisins, i"t
pride and the club women. of the state the federation and as student of his- warm water then In cold, and a rubbing they are natural diplomats The dates or marmalade may .be used in :sill

must feel a thrill of patriotism, as well tory we must go back to out prede- tightly\ with a towel that does not reason for their la that I place of the flg\ The marmalade, of '
diplomacy they
as a responsibility upon the under- cessors-the redman of the Florida of leave lint. These nre simple rules. know course, requires no cooking
human nature and. knowing
taking. a century ago. The drying should be done by laying 11.1 Fancy Cheese Sandwiches.-Spread "
Particularly is it pleading to note' It is easy of belief that the royal the brushes bristles down In a. dry. bare tbe grace and patience to fresh bread with butter, over this
that the making of this gift lies. in the palm hammock was onoe the abiding N It. Men are blind on the human nature spread a layer of Brie or o .her cream
the hands of the Internal Improve- .1 place, one of the retreats* qt ,.hf\ pi The cither will
. ment company, for with such a prece- Mol-a-ta-micco, known gtneralTy fcsI a hot. tun. heat dIe questions Involving men they handle layer of honey. Press two similarly i, "'
dent we must all know that in making Billy Bowlegs -as "Gen. Bowlers." Black and white continually aspiresfor loosen the brut leu. Where Very dusty them as they would cattle-by shaped pieces together and serve at

. such a grant, it will be the privilege, I I|I This chieftain, head of alj\ the tribes, favor In the feminine sartorial as after tbe :hair has been filled with force or" terror. With women they onoe. .

too, to make a grant of land for the had great agricultural instincts, own- world. The gown here plrtured la one dust from n trip| or high winds, a tea hare a softer bond, though that Is under -

original owners and artisans of thus ing a magnificent garden planted in of the .Rpnson's nattiest offerings. The 1<1 IM>oiiful of ammonia may be added tu protest It la a concession to what THE GAME OF. TEAPOT. "
mysterious hammock--the Seminole pumpkins, potatoes, corn and rice. the soapy water. This effectually cuts
men bare long tolerated, though witha An amusing to be by
Indiana. A grant of lands will make History refers to this Indian settlement skIrt la nut strikingly flaring. Tim out the greasy duet woman's touchiness.' number is game called "teapot.1'played Let t.\

a lasting: memorial to Florida, where as Palm Hammock, where the cutaway fronts of the coat, the belt Henson will show that by laying the poor grace one any player choose a word. The other '
human lives and human destinies will trail was carefully concealed and this and the pockets, arranged In a slantIng "Women provide the curves of human -
brushes down on the bristles the water -, are to guess the word. In order to '\
the and It
be commemorated. I hand of Seminoles prosperous and fashion are all good style features. netare.lp!n angles Is '
will run out. wberea If placed on do this they will ask questions which
Lest We Fbrjret. happy.In The little Tarn straw oat IatrlmmetT the back It will soak; into the wood a curious comment that the curves understand the word chooser must answer. Thl
In accepting the royal another camp, and the fact is the angles, but to the angles *
beautiful only wltU a gay. red coq and bristle. sounds simple. The difficulty\ however
In time
truly as interesting and as established by history, this chieftain, feather. Buttoned boots are worn every : tbe curves remain to tbe last a mystery 1 I. that the chosen word must t
cornmeal dusted
the redwood trees of California, let us who was head of all the tribes, hada A little sifted Into lien have a glimmering sense of have two meaning t'roUJfor, iitf
with this costume.SMART :
girlish :
not be unmindful of the historical set- garden of banana plants that tow- brushes and then brushed out often this of '
extra knowledge women; but stance, which may mean either the!), ,<
ting that goes with the gift. May we ered fifteen feet in height, the prideof takes away tbe dally accumulation of not one of them has been clever variety we enjoy for breakfast or to ,
draw the curtain and look back the old chieftain's heart; they had dirt where a hairbrush ls used constantly f .
not enough or gallant enough to give It Its turn over and over.. Or it '1n&)' rbe. : r
three-quarters of a century and see been reared with parental care. One COAT. thus saving too iDaD, washtags. right name. They have talked of wo word spelled d : ; r'

the red man in this, their hidden camp, morning the old chieftain going to his , , , I I I I I 1 I Tbe very particular woman will men's Intuition their strange half nounced alike such. asyfnigbt"inndd.. 1 l .
planting the seeds and the trees, to garden found his beautiful plants tornto be utterly confounded to note the "knight" rV": : "1
beautify his retreat. shreds and trampled to the ground. High Waisted and With a Flaring appearance of a cloth used to wipe childlike, half animal scent of th. true In answering the question the pUy-' ., 'y9

.t ,The' cruel war WM Over and the They had been deliberately cut to Skirt! Is Girl's Garment.ATTBAOTIVB : I her hairbrush while she to going character, but not once have they applied ers must use the meaning alternately ;

Seminole had his treaty; he felt hecould pieces by the engineer who admitted ber Where the term that Ota that rare and substituting "teapot" for; the-choien! ,;
begin life over once more undisturbed. they did It "lust. to lee the old chlef- through dally application. needful, character.: The word'is'pens.tratlon. word. Thus, suppose the woreS.. b. A
for moment ''' And did I For he the dirt cornea from to a question that "
To digress a tain'cut up. they I "roll. the beginner might ask "Doe* p
It was the American Indian, Hiawatha, summoned the braves and the last t can never be answered but she, will "A: man and woman stand beside the it belong to the vegetable Idngdon t"'

who made the first peace compact, Seminole skirmish tells the se
370 years ago. It was the great Se- added another dark page to the his- care la needed every day If she wishes the bright surface of ItHe note the long to the vegetable kingdom. I ; I 't s.

nero chieftain, Logan, who deliveredthe tory of our nation. her hair to be free from dirt and ber swiftness or slowness of Its CurrentA the next player asks, *Hpw' ,y s
most eloquent oration ever compiled As we accept Palm Hammock to- toilet dppolntmenta as fastidiously neat woman sees tbe mud and the pebbles you get to the top of a ;.high1
in American history. In music, in day, a heritage of the Seminoles, let as she thinks they should be. at tbe bottom." mountain?" The answer might bet I 4w' 5
art, the American Indian has given to us at the same time come to the rescue could not teapot there." The success.asI,

'us the best of the world's products.In I of these cruelly treated original own- ful guesser has the privilege of chorin *-' 9 !
late years athletics, Jt took Jim ers of the Glade territory. Bright EX ONE IN SEVEN MARRIAGESIN the next word. &"<1 o
Thorpe, the redskin, to bring the MINNIE MOORE WILLSON. Keeping tbe eyes bright Is by no CHICAGO A FAILURE 'f
means a difficult matter. Every woman l_"' .

knows the value of bright sparkling Chicago, III.-For every six marriage -

oooo oo-tO C O TAKE OFF YOU HATS, LADIES. l eyes as an asset to beauty. First license In Chicago during 1914 RUB-MY-TISM,
4 0 I avoid all strain. One of the great- '
< WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES. While In these days an audience of est mistakes eye women make Is there was a divorce, a separate maintenance Will cure your Hhenmati yk
O women knows hats should be remov- or an annulment suit filed, Neuralgia Headaches Cramps
4 ,,
u that of putting off the wearing of
ed when they are likely to obstruct the to Clerk Robert ..' -
County M. .
Colic Braises
Sprain Cuts aid
i+ glasses loog after they are needed. If according > -
view of those sitting in the rear, occasionally -
Sweitzers figures, just made public.A .
Oregon has three women casket there is some one who you need glasses use them. There Is no Burns, Old Sore, Stings of Insect' > .,
total of suits
makers either forgets or Is regardless of the Y r'iN t need to wear them" constantly. Keep during the year 5,356, as compared were with filed Etc. Antiseptic A od,..,.used In--' V'Z" ?

rights of others. Then it becomes them for work. 33,897 marriage licenses issued. ternally and externally. Price 2c.< .
Philadelphia has a professionalwomen's the unpleasant duty of ushers, perhaps Don't wake! In a bright \light or sleep .
club. solicited to act as such only for the the window. Have bedroom
faring your ---- --- --- - --
eEighty '.
occasion to notify the women who \ _
per cent. of the women voters have forgotten. Often-too often, in- wlmlow open| but the room dark. C. A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN Secretory. ., 't .;

went to the polls during the recent deed-the request is met with an air Every mor lug and night wash out ( JI ,.>
w your with a weak solution of boric j ,. "" ,
school election in New Hampshire. of haughty disdain and a distinct re- eyes 1 \\0"
C fusal. acid, about one teaspooiiful of boric } "

Forty-eight per cent. of the popu Always in these cases the ugly note powder mixed In six ounces of hot The Waters & Carson"'

lar vote polled in Nebraska at the I should i be avoided and the saner, water and allowed to get cool. Apply 'f

recent election was for the suffrage pleasanter method of the request in a this with an eye cup. and after onJ ., .. .
amendment. conciliatory tone will be the more like- week'a uae the benefit will be felt and .
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) ly to receive prompt and polite re- seen
Mrs. Margaret B. Laird, the wife of sponse. Sometimes a woman of tact, Grocery Company ) t ;"

a Newark, N. J., druggist, has been sitting behind an offender, may accomplish ,
appointed a member .of the )board of the end by saying in a soft IllS BATH SCHEDULE ,
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health in that city. vocie and with great courtesy, ONE IN FOUR MONTHS
. "Madam, I am so sorry to inconvenience -
Over thirty per cent. of the schoolteachers you, but I cannot see the stage Greenburg, Pa.-Mrs. Florence Wel- 1 '
in Washington are affectedby and am going to auk you in great ty, aged twenty-six, and pretty, wants j 1j \ 7Wb.le.ale

the new anti-marriage rule made kindness to remove your hat. a divorce from Harry S. Welty, aged

by the board of education of thatcity. Of: course any one can call an attendant .tai . forty-one, well-to-do butcher. Here a" a etaD DeeIen lIa j
and are some of the alleged reasons:
turn the unpleasant job ,
. over Ho him. But this is not always < yet M aR;g > Cruel and barbarous treatment r GROCERIES f : .

Mrs George F. Hanscom, of Lynn, practicable. There may be crowded *3F Refusal to take a bath more than \ '

Mass., i is probably the youngest seats, it i is difficult for him to once in four months. "
grandmother in the United States, make were to the offender's\ side, Refusal to provide enough kitchen
having just been presented with a and a commotion results.If ) OOAT *OB r01nlG Glar. utensils in which to cook food. /

grandchild at the CC.The age.of 32. good the wearer manners of the and hat breeding it a womanof but The twelve-year-old girl will And this Mrs.Refusal Welty to provide says her food husband to cook.should : . . . . . . . : .... ...... ...... ,..c /((, of

Colorado women's eight-hour has simply forgotten, she will makean coat very much to her liking. It la pay her alimony of $100 and $200 WE SELL : WE EUTs 1' i t\
d law 1* very sweeping in its application excellent reputation for graciousness high walsted. with a wide belt of the counsel fees. HAY >

including bookkeepers, stenog- by instantly removing the hat, same material and a covered buckleof HIDES, 1'', W

raphers and cashiers who are employed turning slightly and saying: "J am so blue moire silk. The collar and ITS GREAT FOR BALKY GRAIN, .:t 1
in mercantile, merchandise and sorry I have inconvenienced you and FURS. .' .
cuffs are also of moire silk
manufacturing establishments. hope you will pardon: me." BOWELS AND STOMACHSWe FERTILIZERS, 4' . ,.y :p. j;.
White shoes and
stockings are worn want all people who have WOOL, ..4"i '"i.' 11"
. oo"O"'OOOOO'O'6 POTATOES FOR RHEUMATISM. with thla pretty spring creation which chronic stomach trouble or constipation SHINGLES . .A"r: f ....

A noted Danish 'food expert claims shows also, .. does the companion Illustration no matter of how long standing .'\'/; f

$.. DON'TS FOR CHILDREN. that an exclusive diet of potatoes is the liking this season for to try one dose of Mayrs Won- ORANGE BOXES AND I-...... ._ _
excellent for eliminating the uric acid black and white. dose will "' .
Don't allow children to read responsible for the pangs of rheumatism Worn With this coat Is a blue .silk; derful Remedy This-one is the medicine convince so ORANGE WIU-PS. ALL'J, .

4j in a dim light 0 but he'says that to be curativethe and straw hat trimmed with cherrtee you.of local people have been .' .' ,.. '::1'
h'$&-* Don't let them read with the4 > potatoes must be well chewed and many' with our surprising results. The VEGJCTDLB CRATES (X)17NTBY.! ",;:: tf'l' \ .'), .,..... ., ';0
aunligt\ glaring on the book. 480*,well battered to Mpplyithe fat taking > ) 1J"r : .' ," 'I. '
:J >n u* Jton't.. allow them to' read' at needed )by,the patient. I p y Lot Angeles CaL-Mra! Walter Wi most thorough" system cleanser ever is CB.ADIN , ,. '. ,1i"YBODUCZ., .;:i: ',_'. :
; Wonderful .
//3 nlgh'-, ht. > 1'> .'.nli 'A 1.4. Aken. was brought back to life re old. Mayr:: Remedy ';,'''. .. . ". -' .rr ,.
",'M r.Don't allow,them to'read when EN CAKES!; STICK .itWheniicaker had, by three physicians rerthaq old by leading druggists everywhere . . . . .r.. . . ... ....... ......... .Y "
.:.Ijingdewn. //A f"l *'>l been actually dead for mo with the positive understanding; that ;- '
t., *%,'Dolft'allowtbem. tdread4or'; -+ f stick;'to th.pan: stall ten minute The-"miraele"
a"**- too"long-a time.t": ,,* fir a few moment onrfe damp tea tow. manlpnlaUnjT the heart -mvt, question or quibble if ON"Ebottle 'We dft.QedaI ..U...... .. .td ... wt i adq...., ..ran i.... t,,

,I %+'. ; -.,; Vv: ... . ..-_' .- .1 .or dishcloth, and the cake will UIlt, ..began to beat and byartIAd4 fall ,to five absolute. *stifaction. .. lire a.YV.ey .. city IIaIU. ....a.Nw u. "_,, .... .',: .....: '
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( :'t .: jt jdK. ?riw ..... .w.TTlEitISSiMME6) >,VALLEYtCAZ6TTE' ....... al'( a '.'- ,''I.'. .: FRIDAY MARCH S, 1.15i. .j',

f f lawn after..'which they were carried: DOUBLE! BEHEADINGS.' time; take away the next letter sad. *' '';'sat

Ji : Into the dining room where delicious PUBLIC SCN-l ooi'HONURI [ Le Remove the first letter from a It will be eaten. "
1 refreshments of ice cream cake candy i word 'Which signifies durable and Annrera.-l. Stable, table,able 2. .i,4
; ii Society Notes nuts and fruit were served. The leave a piece of furniture; behead Stone, tone one. 3. Trace raca. aee.<
i a room was tastefully decorated, carry again and leave'. word .-bat; implies 4. Wheat teat, eat I p.) Brink ,rink. .
ing out tho color scheme of pink and skill. : .ink. 6. Price, rice ice. 7. Plate,.Ute. .,.t

I ( Harris green. The birthday cake was-pnet- ROLL 2.Remove the first letter from a ate. .
'I:: (Matte Ben. Editor.: : ) tlly decorated and had three lighted building material and leave a musical

candles on it. The children presentwere sound; take away the next letter and HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS .

: t t l'", .. Request is made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send Items Josephine: Janet Griffin Griffin, Mary Athali Gilbert\ Griffin, Lu-, The following pupils of the Kissltn leave 3.-Remove a- unit. the first letter from a Without health,-genuine joy is Impossible -

: of society events to the Editor for pnblkation in the.. columns cile Gilbert, Fred Gilbert, Al Gilbert, mee Public school! have not been part of harness and leave a trial of ; without good digestion and regular -
.t l) Willie Gilbert, Nellie Gilbert, Cecile absent or tardy during the month ending speed; behead again and leave a sin- bowel. 1 movement you cannot have
....' Rutherford, Kustis Pealss, Lula I February 16, 1915 have made an gle spot health. Why neglect keeping bowels'
..0 I 0 I 0 I 0.0..1..0 l 0.0.0 ICIvi .,01010 > >i 0 I 10 10+>. .-U 0-. Peals, Edna Bass, Flossy Bass, Albert I average of 90 per cent., or more, in' 4.-Remove the first letter from a open and risk being sick and ailing

J COOKERY SALE. Katie Thompson, Muriel Prenti Ma-1 Harrison, Verona Harrison, Odel studies, with not less than 8F grain and create warmth; behead You don't have to. Take one small
bel Ovare treat Nina Bratton Mesxrs. Harrison, CU. Harrison, Lois Harrison per cent., in any subject, and not leap again and leave what to do with the Dr. King's New Life Pills at night in
:a' The Guild ladies of the Episcopal Huffman, Earl Cowger, Cecil Prentis Berrie Yates, Rachel Yates, than 05 in deportment. first word. the morning you will have a full, free
j church will have another sale of homemade and Harper Casler. I Oscar Ire Partin, Charles Tyson, Willie First Grade, B Division-Julian 6.-Remove the first letter from an I bowel movement and feel much bet-
v' cookery at the La Mode mil- Bauknight, Herbert Bauknight, Graham, Rerafino Finnacchiaro Fred edge and leave Ii place of amusement; ter. ]Helps your appetite and diges
e A linery shop on Broadway Saturdayafternoon A. W. L. MEETING.At I Lewis' Bauknight, George Lee Single- Gilbert, Ralph Witz, Athalia Griffin. remove the next letter and you can tion. Try one tonight.
from. .3 to 5. o'clock. a regular. bu iness. meeting of tarry, S. C. Gardener, Willie Joiner, Georgia Freeman, Rubv )Drivers.Ion write with it. I
*PARTY." the American Women's League Mon Ruth Joiner Ethel Joiner, Norman Crowe, Bettie May Snvd'r, Ellen 6.-Remove the first letter from the Never throw away cake, no matter

i 'i Mr. and DINNER Mrs. Andre Van der day afternoon it was decided to establish '- Yates Florence Reaves, Norma Coleman, Mary Scott. Sarah R".fnrd cost, and leave a grain; behead again how dry-but the next time you bakea
din- a woman's exchange with the Reaves John Capes, Launie Woodall, Birdie Rogers, Rosella Cooper Carroll and leave something very cold. custard slice it on top before puttinginto
,r ; Meersch entertained Saturday of headquarters at the chapter house and Nellie Woodall, Earl Wiggins, Leatha MaHnRon, Marion Scott, Sarah Duke. 7.-Remove the first letter from a the oven. This makes a delicious -
t ner for J. A. Hunter Minneapolis, Grace Gilbert Lois Over- First Grade, A Division-Tina shallow dish and caramel crust.
\ II. A. Hunter and Senator A. E. Done- with Mrs. Fairman in charge. They Wiggins, you will be behind
i Schilder Glen Benjamin, Melvin Tnfcn
also decided to open the Chapter street, Elmer Overstreet, Ruth Over-
Ta pn. e ,House to the public every afternoon street, Billy Hyatt, Mary Singletarry. Ron, Hulin Snyder, Dorris Davis, Helen -
'' CHAPTER HOUSE. when a matron will be in charge and Mrs. Bass was assited by Mrs. Jose Chapman Beatrice Ollar, Roninn Finracchiaro. -

Next Tuesday evening another of tea will be served. The visitors may Griffin, Mrs. SingleUrry Mrs. Pealss, .
.-> the regular Chapter House entertainments take advantage<< of this and spend their Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Bauknight Mrs Davis Second Grade B Division-Doyle
will be given, to which time at the Chapter House readingand Yates and Miss Brockford.OO'OO'O"'O'OOOOO'OO'O'OfO. ,_Arthur Doneiran. Irvine DriirDowling Service
fi t.h./ub- lI'en, Graham Archie Kev,
social hour.LADIES' .
lic is cordially invited. A enjoying a Eustls Peaks
. Ralph Schilder. Nellie
1 z program will be devoted to the Au- IMPROVEMENT CLUB. Floyd Ruby Harrelson, Marie Bell "BM "
dubon society. The admission will be t CHURCHES GeraldIne
The Ladies' Improvement club met AT THE Johnson Wavne Walling,
t i ten cents. * Wednesday March 3, at 2 P. M., in the 0 0. Roscoe Tiner Olivjne Savage, Elsie IS WHAT WE GIVE YOU AT
'OOOOOOOOO OOOOO"'O" Welch Louise. Youn .
LEAGUE SOCIAL. room over the city hall. The work of !? I
N The members of the Senior Epworth collecting money for the new hall CHURCH Second Grade, A Division-Eula
league of the Methodist church held goes bravely on. After a prolonged Bowen Eliza Mary Coleman, Margaret Cos-
R their regular monthly business andsocial business session the meeting was turn The choir and orchestra of the ens Lee, Anderson Cummins. Neva The Sanitary. MarketFormerly
Harris Eunice Ruth Starling
t l meeting at the home of Miss ed over to the program committee, Methodist church will render a musi- -
; Winn, Bertha Eva
Mattie Belle Harris on Church street, Mrs. Hendricks, leader. Current cal program Sunday evening, March Witz
Johnson. Elbert Crowe Arthur Flint the Parlor Market
,t I t Thursday evening.,! After the business events was the first number on the 7. The service will begin at 7:16: p. Willie Gilbert, Willie Joiner. ,
meeting social games were en- program, then Mrs. Forney favoredus m. Friends and visitors are cordially Third Grade
joyed. Refreshments of hot chocolate with a piano solo, which was finely invited and will be made welcome. Clyde Harris B Dlvl.lon..Leo, Bascomb Lane.Ca- We boy oar meat in big lots, therefore we buy it cheaper than the little
She recalled and
and cake were* -f served.* gave rendered.a second just as was good. Mrs. For FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.The Domic Yates, Edgar Rogers. Paul fellow who bays one beef at a time. Became we bay cheaper WE SELL

1 i SHAKESPEARE CLUB. ney played for Miss Sophia Millar to Sunday school will assemble at Alma Grubb, Lucile Griffin Olive, Anita Powers, CHEAPER and yon tare the difference. The following if oar business
:Mrs. C. F. Kribbs was the hostessof dance. Her dancing was fine. Ad- 9:45 a. m. C. A. Car ons class at 10 Harralson Rutherford,
the Shakespeare club last Friday jounment was had to meet in two oclock. The regular preaching ser- Clara Bell Yates Ethel Rogers. motto:
Third Grade
S afternoon at her home on Main street. weeks. A large crowd was in attend vice will take place at 11 a. m. The I A Division-Delia

Th. club members are now enjoyinr anoe. pastor will preach both morning and edbettsr, Madge, Helen Rivers,Schmidt Corinne Alice Bass Buzza Virginia Quick Sales - Small Profits
reading the Comedy of Errors. Delicious night at 7 p. m. All members are
( t refreshments of tea and cake FIVE HITNDRED CLUB. urged to attend, and all others invited:, Fansler, Nellie Taylor, Marie Quick Delivery White ServiceTRY
Dgram; Winn. Ruby Asbury
were served. Those present were M n. Mrs. J. D. Clark was the hostess' especially strangers.
of the Five Hundred club Wednesday I Virginia Lesley. Willie Long, Fred
Prentis, Mrs. Black of Michigan, Mrs. US NOW
Bert Bryan Miss Elizabeth Aultman, afternoon at her home on Penfield RIBBoVsToR TRIMMINGS. Lupfert Fred Evans, Sam Downing,
i and Miss Mrs. Kribb will be avenue. The house was tastefully dec- Frank Crowe. I
i hostess again Lathrop.this Friday. orated with geraniums and nastur Placed on Millinery and Gowns, Are Fourth Grade, B Division-Cora THE SANITARY MARKETCALL

I , e tiums. The punch bowl was presided Popular Decorations.\ Rutherford, Johnnie Cope, Nellie
sy LAUNCH PARTY. over by little Miss Lottie Clark. Mrs. Ribbons will have large use for Woodall, Myrtle Savage, Lillian Rush, PHONE 44
of millinery decoration and for girdleson Vivian Ford, Elsie:: Bronson, Gladys
A crowd
jolly young people enjoyed Cadel! won the first prize, Mrs. Bullock
I a launch ride to Paradise Island the guest prize and Mrs. Katz dresses, says the Dry Goods Econ Calking. John Todd, Harry Speir, Sidney -

i Tuesday evening. A picnic ranch received the consolation prize. Delicious omist. Narrow grosgrains will pain Phillips. ,
vail for the former and wide Fourth Grade, A DivisionVeraPotter
!. island.
was served on the Those in the refreshments of sandwiches,
I ribbons for the latter :Striped: Margaret Winn Kritz
l were Misses Alma Griffin, Lucy cake and salad purpose. Mary ,
party a course was
effects will be dominant in Mildred
and check Davis. Hamilton Brown, Zel-
:Witherspoon, Louise Clark Corinne served. The club members
(! \I .'i Gilbert, Gladys Crawford Myrtle Bob- Mrs. Katz, Miss Mary presentwere Dixon, I the fancy'novelties.worn in loose, draped fashion ma Ruth Bronson Bowen., Ethel Bass, Joseph Bass, WE DO ALL KINDS OF r

belt, and Messrs. Stanley Bullock Albert Mrs. Mrs. Boice Mrs. Allen
i Pilley, will Borderedones
f in Fifth Grade B
great Vera
.', Bear-den, E. C. Dusenberry A. Miss Turville Miss Bay, Mrs. Wood- -
k Hand designs
will be popular. run Johnson. Gladys Griffin, Thelma Sutton
B. Hunter Everett Roberts and Earl Watch ClockfOR
r. beck, Mrs. Overstreet, Mrs. Cadel,
Mr. velvet spots and fillet meshes Edna Bass, Verner Hart, Walter
:j Buzca. S. H. Bullock and Mrs. Mrs. Sears. The guests were Mrs. will Griffin ,
be feat.ures.Millinery Robert Calkins, Kenneth
I i H. C. Stanford chapeorned the party. Porter, Miss Watson, Mrs. Powell, features are ultra smalls Bronson.
i ( STRAW RIDE. Miss Powell, Miss Marion Porter Mrs. ilor, poke, toque and tricora shapes, Fifth Grade. A Division-Lucv Lup- )

4 l A crowd of young people enjoyed a Livingston, Miss Hamilton, Mrs. Bul- lisere straw in combination with fer, Muriel Moore, Alpha Todd. Mil andjJewelryRepairing
lock, Miss McGraw, Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. other braids small, flat, floral trim- Graham
1, moonlight straw ride to Shingle Creek ; ton Joseph Sears, Fisher
; Barber Miss Leonora Richards Mrs. ,
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narrow grosgrain and georgette Turner.
4. last Friday evening. Supper waa mings; SAFETY SMCEL :
a Norris and Miss Allen.BIRTHDAY .
satin ribbons, fancy button and Sixth Grade B
prepared and served at the creek. After -Dorothy t us examine l the
I: \ the party enjoyed gamesaround PARTY.Mr. straw novelties and compact feather Roberts, Lois Overstreet. Irene Milton -
supper effects. Gladys Howell, Fern Fansler Abe pronrs on your Dumcnd
a large bonfire. They were and Mrs. H. T. Bass entertained ,
: ;. chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. George last Friday afternoon at their homeon About 200 tons of wood pulp are absorbed Johnston Rings they may be Insecure. Our Motto:
Overstreet. The members in the par- Main street in honor of the third in a twelve-month supply of Sixth Grade, A Division-Add Gilbert DIAMONDS SHOULD

ty were Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Lillian birthday of their son, H. T. Bass, ir. tickets for the London county council Elmo Griffin Lillian Harris.
Prompt Satisfactory
Prentis Ruth Clark, Parah Clark The children enjoyed games on the | tram-cars. Mune-er.Seventh Grade A Division-Miriam BE SET IN PLATINUM Service

- ----- --- - Eighth Grade, B Division-Blanch Have your rings retipped
Davis, Mabel Bowen. with platinum. TV teems
I Eighth Grade A Division-Alii will' be "safe and

.. ,-, May Cummins Frances Tress Annie their appearance Cole Jewelry Co. ;
,.,- Drawdy Frank Bryan Henry' Edwards Improved i
?cos' j::; ,, Buhl Chenoweth.
S'v' .f'li.: .' Ninth Grade
-Christine Ivy Gussi
..:...;. ;>;:.... Winn. 26 BroadwayCLEAR

? I JF\ 7 ... ;..t : : Tenth Grade-Manio Witherspoon. oooO . oooo oooo
-:: -. Eleventh Grade-Frank Calkins,
**>. '. Parah Clark, Grace Winn.
Twelfth Grade Mildred Winn|

i >_*>.7 C More than 7,600.000 books are lent

by London public libraries in a year,

.-. .., the juvenile readers taking consider-

i ItfSt. ably more than 1,000,000. THE TRACKand


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J. W. Millar v. Mary E. Warlne.
I v/ ..t al foreclosure.
_ \NLy ;r-x / Under and by virtue of a final decree
4 # rendered In the above entitled cause
on the twenty-seventh day of February
IV A I)? 115. by Hon James W Perkins .
1 judfre of the above stated court
I will sell at public outcry to thehighest ,
Y4 t and beat bidder for cash. In
I front of the courthouse door In KIs-
: ; almmee' City. Osceola county, Florida,
Florida and Michigan within the legal hours of sale. on the
: firm Monday In April. A. t);. 1915. the The side show is over and the Great 10 Ring Circus is now
dv nine being; the 6th day of said month
and cli-Mcrlbed a legal real sales estate day.situated the following In the open. Get your Tickets to the Big Show. We are full to

rountv of Oaceola. and state of Florida. overflowing with good good good and
i j r Breakfast Each Other to-wlt: cheer
The east forty-four .) feet of lot
seven <(1) l In block of O'Neal A Vote on the Auto ContestOur
Oahorn's addition to the town of KIs-
kt ?, \"\ nlmmee 'l'a': ::, according; to thplat <>

: Florida's choice fruit is shipped to northern states much of it to Michigan where said flre of of Osceola the. clerk of the on circuit file In court the of-of prices are lower than ever and we will cut them again f

t it is welcomed in every household. Raid sale being county.made to satisfy said at every opportunity aa we give
nnal decree and all costs
> f lf" l'i O. F. KRIBBS.
i Michigan in return skillfully prepares the choicest of northern corn into big 11-41 Master In Chancery. Votes on the Auto Contest

golden-brown crisps SALE Of KKAIA. KflTATK OFDE'EDNT. .
& ,; .
rty virtue of an order issued by the 15 Lbs. Grannlated Sugar

county, at authorizing judge of me Osceola thereto.county.I will Florida offer - Auto Ticket___--______________________ I .c o0: c:
public sale at the -door of the
4 Post Toastics courthouse In Klsslmmee. Florida during 14 Lbs. Fancy Head RiceAato
the hour. of legal sale on next loOc:
legal' sale day, to-wlt T6eket---------------------------W
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, 6th. 1 15. the following; ; : :, idA real!
estate situate In Klsslmmee. Osceola 6 Lbs Good Ground CoffeeAuto '

g .. "and ships them to waiting tables in Florida. of county W. H Florida Farmer, to, deceased close I up, the to-wlt estate: T6ek.t6 --_-----___:_______________ $ I e'c,0,0:
\ . All .
two three (!) and the north half
Lbs.. Fine Croon
of lot (2) of block "C" of O'Neal Coffee

Separately both are delicious, but a covering of Toasties over some Florida fruit A water Oshorn's easement addition thereto with belonging tho well and but Auto Ticket_-----_____________________ $1.c o0:

.; strawberries, banana, oranges pineapple, grapefruit etc., makes a wonderfully subject 11,00000! to with* the certain accrued mortftafte Interest. for 1 La,. .tdt Boy Coffee

: satisfying and nourishing dish anytime. Or try some fruit juice, cream or milk on (I tl.arolvfr.:: )(1)and. ten(U(10)) of. eleven W. H. __________________________ 30 c'

',. 4" Toastiea. Karmer's subdivision of lot seventy- 1 Lb. Fancy Evaporated Peacke o
nine of the .
Florida Land Improve.ment
Co.'a addition. Aad Votes _______ _
Terms ------- ----- ___________
e Only the inner sweetmeat of Indian corn is used in making Post Toaities. announced J.n day of '\.ale.11.4t .
F. KRIBBS. Star Hams guaranteedAmi
i' .. These choice bits of \he corn'are cooked and seasoned Just right then rolled into thin Commissioner. 20
t '' ; V.tos __________________-___________ c
M, a .flakes and toasted to a rich, golden-brown crispness. WOTICB or ADMINISTRATOR.
(r., FI..I 0____..) ,,

". s Toasties are. /r* A-* a/
) .. ,crisp and. ready to eat direct from package anytime. I.r.t.t.: .t 0 e..ia --*F.p..t..r votes on the Great Auto Contest at I
h \.iff'), Be sure and get. the. Superior Corn Flakes Notice Oullaa.Is hereby.siren, to all whom tI,:
It may concern that on the 4th day of .
\- < : September A. K llf. I shall apply to ., t-..
the Honorable 't.. M. .. Judfri of . .. : .
i.a said court ae ... A hOR"S.
: for & .
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.THE' XLSSIMMEE.YALLETthEthT.1.pbo. .)In, Livingston ar.. returned to her Randolph Young.. postmaster at g I AT POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR- -MARShALL COM.BCTOB.AND.*""l'AII" ,":--: -

. .( ..No. 1L) home in .Jacksonville last Saturday, Whittier was in the city ,yesterday. SPRING OPENINGS iron -I *.rebyaanownc* myself a-....'
after several weeks' visit with Mr. MA HUH A i, AND TAX office of '
a dldate re-electlen to tbe
.. for
Father Fox of Orlando spent Saturday ;- VOLLIDC.J'I'O.. ,"1 _*! ,4',, ...
net. f 11, -
Published "
her aad1tax'oeLieot.r
Every Friday and Mrs. naif
; By G.jCUvingdtoni,! *, In announcingmyaelf, candidate before ., ..
,and Sunday the city., ; -I me eabjevt t. the action of tb../ .-
W. .. HAXKIS H. 0. TAN AONBWi Ralamaioo MILLINERY SHOPS the city dmocratla...wtttt. ''prim earatle white If asa4naoaord -
M. Cater; 'of primary
: Mary ,, ,
Wi Sunday office ,, ,/
FJJ Hill, of,Narcoosee, spsnt err for the of marshal and tax with+tb.. oftloe I will4do1 latheuturei
Mich.,.i* visiting-In",the city with the collector of Kissimmee, I 'dellll "
to say ( tin .tb.'ya.t" Iwrfftrtni. "Ut.dutl. s
.and in I
...0..0.. ... .. .. .... family of'L. B.. Flint .Mr-Flint{ expects Monday _the city, The Bon Ton Millinery parlor, owned i that If .l ct.d \ will nil the, po.ltlon .., and MM 'obey the taW..ko.tb. best .
:Ii to femain and make, her home E. 'F'"'; Hilton, of Louehman, was up by Mrs. Woodbeck and Mrs. Rogeroand without"fear or'' favor, \ towards' ? sayclass 01 mJ'tabIUtp.JI it .. .
ef citizens. arid -trill uphold |bs 4.U .. i ; Weather Report j j Saturday: transacting business. Miss Mattie Bandy's hat shop on law In ever, Initano. tiT' : ,

here.Mrs.. A. M. Moseley, of this city, W. E.' Sullivan: of I t Lakeland, ,visit- Bro.dwar.have: both openings announced for thetaspring 1, _qnOROB_-, W, OYBRBTBEET.. 1 t. .; ? ;'I )ieret FOR>r.*CI'l'YlCOl1NCL.Ut,nm>./no* ayt CMdldacr; for' + '
was operated on for appendicitis at id friends. here Sunday.W. :. millinery re-election as elty councilman. i
March 10, during the afternoonand J. W. THOMPSON.
In OrlandoWednesday.
Dr. Christ's sanitarium rOR MAYOR. IiI t w
Following are daily temperature Recent reports.state that H. Walker of Bassenger, spent evening hours. Miss Bandy and
Tuesday in the city. Mrs. Rogero, of the respective shops, hereby announce myself ae a candle ron CITY coul cILMAw. ,(r 7
and precipitationas she 1 I. nicely. .
getting along date for re-election to the office of I hereby announcemyaelf a candidate ,
reported by Government Friends will regret to learn that both recently returned from the large mayor of the city. of Kts.lmm.e..ubJ.ct for r.-.leotioaaa,> elty councilmanand .;, t
J. A. Hunter left Saturday for Min Mrs. C. F. Lincoln has been ill this millinery markets and will have a rare to the action of the democratic solicit the support of the voters at' fAJ
station at Kissimmee for the neapolis after spending a few days week and is still confined to her bed. display of spring and summer hats to white. primary4tf. the approaching rl .rlooDB&
last week his brother, H. A. B. R. MAT.
week, ending March 4: visiting show the Kissimmee public.At r
Hunter, and looking after business interests William MonUdoca, of Narcoosee La Mode Shoo. -- -
Friday. _. ,_ _:::68 43 -
Saturday __ ____70 45 here. spent business.Mr. Monday. and Tuesday in the cityon On Tuesday of this week the La .o..o..o..o. . . . . .. . ... ..

> __ __ __71 52 1.90 Mr. and Mrs. Asa Terrill, of Bloc- Mode Millinery and Suit shop on
Sundaj Broadway had a attractive WE SELL FOR LESS ..CASH IS KING'
very preliminary
ton, Mich., are guests of L. B. Flint and Mrs. George Alfred and .
Monday __ __ __67 51I showing of spring and summer -
while visiting in the city. They are eon. of Ohio have been tourists registered ,
Tuesday -- -- __68 43 so delighted with Florida that they at the Manhattan this week. creations in hats, suits, dresses, ?,
__ __64 54 plan to return next winter to spend ; wraps, etc. All of the stock shown ecialAnnouncement
Wednesday Z. N. Parker, of Arcadia, visited embodies the newest style ideas for
i I! Thursday ._ ___73IIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIII 66 j the entire season here. friends in the city Sunday and Mon- the coining, season.

Hv-ver-lax\ tones up the system, Some of the most beautiful hats '

...... ...... ... . . . stimulates the other liver to work Guaran-in harmony day.F.. C. Gardner and wife and G. F. shown were of the transparent variety !.
with the
organs. made of dainty-hued malines :
HilHater\ and of Lake Alfred
. OsceolaPharmacy. wife ,
teed to give and trimmed with inlaid flowers. Light or<
10-4t were visitors in Kissimmee Tuesday.Mrs. desir-
and airy they are particularly -
j i THE LOCAl FIELD i J. F. Hays, formerly associatedwith Julia M. Bass went to Orlando able for this climate. We wish to inform oar naiy patrou that .. ...,. secured tie ;

J the St. Cloud Tribune in the capacity Thursday for a few days' visit Owing to the fact that it Is still Exclusive Agency for tile world fajnon* Rice & ".telae.',
of pressman, has accepted a with Mrs. L. M. Hall early and because many of the new .t' ,

111111111111111111111111A. position with the Valley Gazette. Frank J. Fagan, of Manatee, was spring, Mrs.goods; Norris have will been have slow anothershowing in arriving EDUCATOR SHOEThese

Cypress field boxes for sale cheap here visiting friends the early part of of hats and gowns on Wed- ,.,

in the. Drought Saturday., of St. Cloud, was Osceola Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf the week. nesday, March 10, afternoon and even- stylish and bnilt-to-Ust Shoe are (for Mea, Wonea aad CI Idre..

Liv-ver-lax! Better than calomel. Capt. C. H. Armstrong: was up from ing. Ask to see them. I
6 or 8 doses 666 will break any case Ho bad effects. Ask Osceola Pharmacy Kenansville to spend Saturday and kA o',
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. 10-4t Sunday.: ANNUAL MEETING OF THE

Desmond Little, of Narcoosee, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. Carwile left Wednesday Mrs. Sam Jones and her little son FLORIDA AUDUBON SOCIETYThe I The Family Shoe Store .

last Saturday in Kissimmee.Miss for their home in Cleveland, have returned to their home in Lake- annual meteing of the Florida
0., after an extended visit with Mr. land after a visit with her parents, Mr. Audubon society meets at the J. W. HARRIS, Manager In the Dann Building : 4 '
Beth Bryan is the guest of) .r
and Mrs. J. W. Miller. hand-I
southern home of Mr.
Kissimmee some .
friends at Taft this week. and Mrs. O. C. McCave at w
_Park. Mr and Mrs. W. C. Russell\), of Domerick Maitland on the 11 c
Special for Monday and Tuesday at hartford, Conn., spent several days March. Mr. Domerick is a life mem- --- -' -
Gilberts, 22c white goods sale. Liv-ver-lax is guaranteed to relieve the past week as guests of the Gray- ber if the organization; and has been OOO OO..OOOO.O..O.O.O.O. . ... .
troubles resulting from a disorderedliver. stone. the prime mover in its success Mrs.
Miss Mattie Bandy spent Thursdayin Pleasant to take and perfectly Minnie Moore-Willson, of this city, '
Tampa on bus nel\s.\ harmless. Osreola Pharmacy. 10-4t The launch "Coot," W. H. Leonard, will\ represent the Kissimmee auxil-

Mrs. M. Moseley has been quite ill Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Sinning, of Davenport ' pilot left Wednesday for Bassengerwith iary branch of the organization at this t.7o
for several days this week. and their guest, Mrs. Wm. Sinning a pleasure party. meeting, and has been asked to take I Special invitation" .
of Pa. Wednes- Mrs. Geo. has her part in the program. Mrs. Willson
You get bread that is bread when Pittsburg, spent Donegan as
yoa buy Reed's label bread. day in the city shopping and signt- guest her sister, Mrs. Joe Chambers will read an original story, "A Trag-
sceing. 'and daughter. Miss Lillian, from Bir- edy of the Adirondacks or a Study of
Sutton has the Cedar Wax Wing," ,which was
Willie accepted a position Ala.
with the Family Shoe Store. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nichols, of read here at the last Audubon meet- all Coi'/-* 01'rq.I.II.. .Ailiiaery rlIri.
Kiowa Kan., spent the weekend in Mrs. G. P. Morison, of Knoxville, ing. .
Nat Royster has returned from a Kissimmee as guests of their old I Tenn, is spending several weeks at ... : t'.q3oi .
business' trip to Lakeland.Mrs. friends, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Wells. I the Graystone. She was accompaniedhere

A. W. Joiner is ill at her home Mr. and Mrs. Nichols are touring the by Mrs. M. R. Little of Knox Wait PaintThere Jfat (

in the city. state. ville, who had a brief visit. are painters and waiters. so/ Shop

Is your liver inactive? Liv-ver-lai No need for calomel with its nauseating Itickscn Tharin, of Jacksonville, and Which am I going to do? Paint or 4arlii
will wake it up. Osceola effects. Liv-ver-lax is happy in Guy W. Toph, of Lakeland, were here wit?
Pharmacy.M. it* reaults. Osoeola Pharmacy. 10-4t for two days this week in the interestof Which is better? Ito/J a e

the Florida Life company.S. How much am I worth with my
Katz returns today (Friday) E. L. Hinkley, a former resident pro- '
? How much if I ?
t and of this city and H. Hamilton and wife, of Attica, perty waiting paint
from two month's stay in Baltimore. property-owner r
now manager of live Kimbrough Sup- 0., and D. H. Fuller, of Chelsea, Mich., my house be worth more or less Spring .-Alilliner jj3enlny '
_ Mrs. E. L. Lesley was in Orlando ply company, at Lakeland, made this are in the city to spend several days if I paint?
Say it costs $2 gallon Devoeiwouldn't
Thursday. and at the
city a flying visit on Wednesday. are stopping Westfall
house. Mr. Fuller has visited paint any other-and $3 or
our .
Clarence Johnson was down from Mrs. B. S. Copeland and Mrs. Mc- city several times before and is an $4 more for putting it on. That's $50 W d'IW..Ja". .arch TOt11'1..1111 /
Orlando to spend the day.
Sunday Kelvey will go to Lakeland on March enthusiastic booster for this section. or $60 a 10-gallon job.
../ .11.1 ,...A'II"Jou '#- -- .
Andre Van der Meersch has been 10 to attend the -state W. O. .'convention The money is gone. Is it in the I
in Tampa on a business trip this week, as. delegates of the Wood- Sheriff Ingram went to Whittier house? Is it all in the house? .J
Tuesday to arrest two white
circle. men Suppose I were selling; what should :
E. L. H ink ley, of Lakeland, was man with and to Or- I r
charged trespassing I get for that house fresh-painted and }
all lmtf.t
/ /
after his relieves all ills of the are invited foimm / < ses /" .1,1.
here Wednesday, looking lando Wednesday after two negroes, what should I get for it eding- '
property interests.E. liver and stomach. Get it from Os- charged with carrying dangerous paint? c/atlOM I,s yaf foi tA. Spruce aid

ceola Pharmacy. 10-4t weapons. The whits men gave bond I wonder why men paint before sell
J. Viall has sold his propertyat SAAe/wer .....11. !
hill of Miss Elizabeth Carson and returned to their homes. The ing! -
Shingle Creek and will move Friends : I
family to Pierceville, Kan., this week.B. will regret to learn that she is ill! 1a <, negroes are in jaU. DEVOE

Tampa hospital. Her father, C. A. H. W. Wallace, of Halifax Can., sells it. .
in the. F. city Quarrel's this shoe week,salesman visiting was the Carson,.carried her to Tampa early who. has been spending.: winter at W.W. B.B. Makinson Makinson Co.& Co. ..AleJame$ Wood6eck, ,&- .9logt'O:+ .. '
this week for an operation. I-eesburg, was in Kissimmee two days '
trade liver. A liver this week,- prospecting for a place to After 941 F8alt'diap '
Wake up your washing lamp chimneys try 1 1y'y
I Ackals Bass,. of St. Cloud, was in brings on the worst of diseases. Take spend next season. He was very much polishing them with dry salt. This , .".'
the city Monday for the meeting of pleated with the city and anticipates .
Liv-ver-lax. now. Osceola Pharmacy. give the glass a brilliant shine and .1. ,
the county commissioners' board. 104tMr. coming here for next winter. prevent it from cracking. HO'Ooo 000000..0. .... ... . . .u. . . . .... .. ..... 'yl! ,

Mrs. W. L. Winn has returned from and Mrs. DeWilton Alderman W. J. Brewster, of Detroit, Mich.,

a few days' visit with relatives in have moved to this city from Bassenger was in the city Wednesday, having ,
made the from that to Detroit -
Ohio. and are comfortably housed in the trip city -
Fla., in a Ford touring car, and
Get rid of the grouch. Liv-ver-lax Makinson concrete cottage on
was on his way to Tampa and St.
the shine brighter. Osceola
makes sun way.
Petersburg. Mr. Brewster is advers
Pharmacy. will tell you about Livverlax. 10-t- Stanley Bullock has resigned his tising Brictson tires, which are guar- Wednesday March 10th \ \
position with the Family Shoe Storeto anteed against either puncture or ,
Mrs. B. B. Simpson is expected help R. H. Ludlam with the sur- blowout for 1,000 miles, and Harris '
home Monday from Miami, where ehehas vey of the Taft Drainage district.Mr. oils and greases, which are on sale AFTERNOON AND EVENING : ''
been visiting with' her siser. Ludlam was awarded the con at the Osceola garage. He makes an- C Millineryenmg I
tract for the engineering work. nual trips to Florida by auto and wash
fail I
You will miss white ing if you sale at i K'lssimmee just one year ago. Here you will find Fatbioa Latest Decree b Choice MB- >
to attend the 22c goods Liv-ver-lax is harmless-not a dead-
Gilbert's Monday and Tuesday. ly poison like calomel. Any child Is'' Osceola Pharmacy knows about Liv- liaery. Spring Hats ia Heajp, Bar-yard Straws,LetfcenmMilaads .

Reed's label bread is pure, healthyand r safe and happy by the see of liv-ver-I ver-lax. You need it for your liver. also combination of these Material. / %... ... ;
nourishing. Ask for it. Accept lax. 10.4t, 10-4t Spring Halt proceed...* the wall brad.***, cleefittiaf .

.o other.W. J. A. Lancaster has sold his fish Mr. M. G. Bissey and wife, of Marion tarbaa to the wide-brimmed picture: type-shape* .:
and oyster stand and grocery business Kan., who have been spendingthe I a* varied as the fancies( of thoe wb ...ip these aadfut
A. McCool's him many the streets againafter are to J. H. Bryan, who took chargethis winter in Florida, visiting A. S. tbe right ize t* nil yow...... iadrridaality. Det/t tmU toy ,, ,,
pleased to see on week. Mr. Lancaster has open- Nelson, Mrs. Bissey's brother, also Mr. of ti ; '
his recent serious illness.D. O tee tpleadid display Mxt Wednesday I
ed a second-hand furniture store in E. W: Slaymaker and wife, of New- i afterae aad :
G. McKay and J. A. Knox, of his brick building, corner Broadway ton, Kan., started for their Kansas p ** ;
Orlando, were here on business Wed- and Midland railway, to which he will homes last Monday. Mr. Slaymakeris

nesday. devote his entire attention. ex-sheriff of Harvey county, Kan. '"

Senator A. E. Donegan was in Mr. Alan Sullivan a well known sas, and brother to Mrs. A. S. Nel- MISS MATTIE BANDY i
have been visit-
of the week on son, with whom they
the first
Jacksonville author, left Sunday for his home in .
ing. These people are delighted with .
business.See Toronto, after spending two weeks in ., r
Florida and will south
our window. The kind we are Kissimmee as the guest of Mr. L. A again next winter. Y..
offering Monday and Tuesday for 22c. Hamilton. Mr. Andre Van der M ersch
Mr. Sullivan the county
Big value at Gilbert's. motored over
and he was so enchanted; with Flor- No Use to Try and Wear Out Your .
i Mrs. J. C. Ahrenburg and children: ida that he expectFto come back here Cold-It Will Wear You Out 't.
of Green Cove Springs, are guests of next year and bring a party of Instead
relatives in this city. friends with him. i
Thousands keep on suffering Coughs
Ask for Reed's label bread.W. News has been received this week and Colds through neglect and delay. At the Store
H. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers -, stating.that Mr. Hilliard and party, Why make yourself an easy prey to Big COME NOWAND
the tree people. 40tfF. who left on the launch Margaret, last serious ailments and epidemics as the

N. Pettigrew, of Fox Lake, Wis., week, bound for Fort Myers, were, result of a neglected Cold Coughsand 4
compelled to turn back owing to the Colds sap your strength and vitality
who spent last winter in Kissimmee, low waters of the Qtloosahatchie, unless checked in the early SELECT YOUR
is here again for a short stay. I It
fine time Dr. King's New Discoveryis
river. They are having a stages.
See th. latest in spring hats at the t and expect to be in Fort Lauderdalesoon. what you need-the first dose helps. New Spring :
Bon Toni; next Wednesday afternoonand Your head cleans up, you breathe
freely and you fees so much better.
Liv-ver-lax": is purely vegetable.Just Buy a bottle today and start takingat
Mrs. M. D. Wilson and children of what you need to tone up your once.
Orlando, are visiting in the city with I system. Ask Osoeola Pharmacy. 10-4t :

her parents Mr. and Mrs. Parker. IF YOUR CHILD IS CROss.
Lieut. S. J. Entriken, of Runny-
Mr and Mrs. O. C. McCave are I mede, wat looking after business matters FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED May Manton Patterns

4 having a handsome six-room bungalow in Kissimmee Wednesday. Lieu-

erected on their property at Kis-. tenant Entriken is one of the crack Look Mother! If tongue la coated 'I t
aimmee Park.Millinery Cloud Gun club and' 1
shots of the St. cleanse little bowel with -California ,
opening at the Bon Ton the proud possessor of a solid gold Syrup .f Figs" A ,
Millinery parlor next Wednesday afternoon medal which be won over all compe- ."

and "enlng.Don't don in a recent shoot at St. Cloud. These Patterns hare just arrived and they exemplify all the newest and' .r N.-

fail to attend the 22e white Liv-ver-lax stimulate the liver. A Mothers can rest easy after giving latest style features. (. '
Gilbert' Monday and harmless vegetable compound. Any "California Syrup of Fica, because .. "
good* sale at lelgns. ehUd take it safely. Ask Osceola a few hours all the cloggedfip waste
Latest.< can
,*Tuesday.. All new good Pharmacy., HMtMr. oar moves Ml out* and of the fermenting bowels, and food you gently have! ,Why pay more when you can get the lOc i,

i andaaaitary. Alfred M. Crook of Portland, child t '
Bakery agin. best
Reed's Home late at only.' .- -' .-, : .1
U .
d. Me., who, with Mrs. CrOok 'spending .;; \
You get only p .. ;
Sick-children t.edn't.b.'exnx.d to t\\ : '
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I callor the.winter' ... .JQuim... *, WM anappreciated -
>pli .and}'fake-"h= a you, visitor at this office CInWodDM&7IIr. take this barml.-tnd'.laxau-.". ; :

..., Croek.-baa.* spent Milljon*'ot.mother"* keep H handy boknow '. .: : :; "r'i'v:: : fW' z

"', 'Dr."ud' l; & BlaGkof.JtSeh. even winter In Florida;the last bins atlra> .tat action'on vth* ; 0 "C-'b ;1
f ftondj Kleb.. will continua their visit la ;.Kissimmee, *aA.her MitWnkingInvesting U4 \ .. I'" .. Daniis!I. Bailment;,..StoretannwtMivrritWatwuO UIftC'fGf;.ljl,

an :fi :dfi h: tr ;!t or. tn'* tomitorfi an4$ r: '.. ". ..., l ., '' lvt- "'lJiiI.1
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:Frank'Walks.; ;eonnty'" commiaion.. states that he ha visited. all seed .. : .t MMVffMi f. k _..i.?..l L*- atri, ...._ >..>rf< Cf.J ., '
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1 Sunday. Charlie Magill, twelve years!
BAH 2 SONS ARRESTEDON old, was shot and instantly killed by
FLORIDA MARRIAGE LAW St. Petersburg. Fla.-While at an I George Barber, ten years old. The
altitude of twenty-five feet the right ,
Palatka.-The preliminary ftemrinj shooting occurred at the Magill _1-
of Clyde Stover self-confessed slayer THEFT CHARGEWest wing of the airboat Florida snapped dence. The boys were alone and no
-- off and threw Pilot Jannus and hi. .
r G&lneu11le.--Tbe Florida Legislature cense should not be refused. The of the Gardner brothers last month, passenger, Miss Ruth Crawford, into one witnessed Times-Union the tragedy.The gives the follow

tits spring, will county judge shall promptly b..arand was held before County Judge Has Tampa bay. Neither of them were
session affair
at Palm Beach Flm.-Joseph account of the unfortunate :
kell the ing
court room being crowde
determine said objections, and it hurt. H. H. Kramm Atlantic
be asked to pass an alt amendingthe with spectators of both colors.A Ashley and his sons, John and William Capt. of "It is said that the Magill boy secured -
Issuance ol It that the man aplylng for City N. J., went to the rescue 11hi,
law as It relates to appears number of witnesses Ashley, were arrested near here late a pie from a kitchen safe and
This course ac said license has made false statements were examined famous little speed boat, The Flying
marriage licenses ) the evidence introduced Thursday by state and federal officer the two boys went into a bedroom. As
,,r,, cording to views of many persons, U or that proper consent has not what has already been published being and on the charge of robbing the bank of Eagle. Miss Crawford is a winterresident is frequently the erase, their conversation -

necessary for tbe protection and best been procured from tbe parents. in corroboration of what Stover himself Stuart, at Stuart, Fla, Monday, and from Baltimore, Md. There it is said, developed into a discussion -

t interests of society, as there have : guardian or parent of any m'nor to, i had confessed Stover not securing more than $4,000 in cash. was large crowd on the pier and of 'brave men' who handle and
been, from time to time numerous be named in 1 eftid license, the appll was Posses are searching for two other moles at the time. Jannus was Just firearms Matters pertaining: to

'{ cases which demonstrated tbe weakness I cation. for license shall not be granted I' brought not make from statement jail, consequently his acknowldgcments die members of the alleged gang. coming into the yacht basin when the carry markmanship are said then to have

1 of the present marriage license If after due and proper heiirlniie ( (. a already being, sufficient- The officers said the capture of the accident occurred. been discussed and the Barber boy
law It IH said that cases of this na > county judge<; shall duel no falseobjecllml without/ Ashleys was made possible throughthe Charlie secured for mutual inspection -

/ ture have occurred In almost. e-ve-ry to granting; said lie-en He*. The I defendant was bound over with .- wounding of John Ashley. fie ent to all. Despite high water rates says his father's shotgun, which,

county in the state* during/ the pa8tfew said(I Ileensehliull I lx Kiunli'd<; out bail to the circuit (court which had been shot through the jaw and the coastwise business is keeping up very it seems nether of the boys knew

I d years, and that the demand! for 'Section 7. 'I"lie ((iinl> Jud4e'! regularly convenes in April, where he I had been shot through the jaw and the well, Jacksonville and Savannah reporting was loaded.

1\ more exacting .statute In felt In fee for re-celvliiK':, 'Illlim. lie>--llu and I will he given u formal trial after I authorities said he told them that a very fair trade of this sort. "According to the officers, the Ma

practically> all HccllouHVvlth xanilnliiK appllc'allons used! -.nint, which. he will expiate his horrible] dou I member of the gang fired upon him. South American business received a gill boy is said to have told hi. com

d, a view to ameliorating prey ilce-iiHe. and making! nlnin and nicirdthereof hie crime on the gallows as 'soon liS Ills condition is regarded: as serious. boom this week from a large inquiry panion that he could not handle the
1 ant conditions a bill will be* introduced shall heJJ, i.ivubli( .. nn lhlllliiK <. possiblesFLETCHER According to the authorities, JohnAshley I made at New Orleans for shipment) gun well enough to shoot his hat from

at the forthcoming "e..Ht-lon of of the- upiitle' alion, lot" blur _ has confessed responsibility Buenos Aires. Should this business his head. The shooting is then said ...
the Florida lawmakers, which w11; InK and clete-rinlnliiK/ eihje, .e tlem-e to I n for the robbery, in which the cashierof develop it will have a stiffening effecton to have followed."

r ,,1 read substantially UH. follows]; the IKSUHIK of a HIIIIHI JJ. nil .11-1' I MAKES ATTACKON the bank was held up at the pointof prices in the Louisiana and south The second tragedy was that of

"An act to amend Section 2fi74 ol 1, to lie ele |>e>hlti.el at' tin' linn eiliji e I"ion a /gun The police assert they areendeavoring Mississippi markets. Informal discus- Lewis Spanoer, a year-oid white

1 the general statutes of Horlda, relating IH Hindi- Cud lilccl if tin. ohjiilionIH I : to connect the Ashleyswith sion of market conditions by Mississippi boy of 1011 W Duval street, who shot

to the Issuance of marriage 11- siiHtaliud tindi pot-it of UH. f-' PAPERS OF NATION'II..hillgtnl1. I a holdup of the Palm Ilench Jim- manufacturers at a meeting held himself. with a revolver at his home .'

1, L censes and provlellng\ ; for pe-nultlen .sba l>returned' to Hi. lie'\pu',Itor' I ited train and other robberies in this nt Laurel this week was very optimistic at about 2 :30 o'clock Sunday after- '
r4 [: section, recently They also thatif and much confidence in the early died at St. Luke's hospital
6.t for violation the-ruof. and the $_ drpuslled" with tin .ippll \\ A ,stir has been crest !, say noon and
] \b tli jiiilK1UH John Ashley recovers he will hetried development of a satisfactory spring minutes later. The police are
"He it snarled l by the 1t'I<;laturc radon shall lie nlunid <\ id lithe. address. of Senator FIt'll'h- thirty
i of tile Slate of "Florida, ThaI se-ction. costs for cle'li I nilnliik; tin. ulijiilion of I the of the1 I ) on the charge: of killing DeSoto trade was shown investigating/{ the case.
M" I-'Io..da. seoimjf press I Indian who shot of those1
fr 2674 of 'he general .tatute-H of the''' I I Ilger an was in the According to statements

State of Florida be amended to read Section! X Am |person who shallIn country Heroic' el*.fe.nse of public men from Everglades near here several] months GIRL RIDES ON ENGINE nearby, the boy was in his bedroomand
I ago/ PILOT SEEKING A JOB alone at the time the shot was
f 'w as follows: any affidavit or --late"me ni n ejulrid the time of George Washington, down
Section 1. Every marriage 11- by (lh'" net willfully or f..l"dy through history to the present .con I fired. He staggered/ out into a

,; renee shall be issued by the county) swear, or who shall Armor! another gross, scathing attack on the yellow YELLOW PINK LUMBER MARKET. Cleveland.-A ride on a Lake Shoreflyer's and fell to the floor.
from Buffalo to Cleve-
judge of the county wherein the* woman to swear falstlIn regard( to' any .nsational I and muck raking The 1 South,>rn Lumberman, Nashville pilot I
: press
land about 200 miles taken in
h, resides, if she be a resident of male-rial fact relating] to the competency and a demand that the free press of Tenn., this week says regarding: was FLORIDA INDIANS ALLOWED
tbe state of Florida ; if she be not a of either' or both of the parties I this nation be throttled were highlights yellow pine. lumber market conditions: the night by Laura Evans, a deaf $loopo SUM BY THE U. S.
mute who thus risked her life the
roeldent'of the state of Florida] sort applying for n flint rlal' llcinse] in the address' by Senator Yellow pine market conditions this search in

1 license shall be Issued in the county 1 or aK to the. ages of such lal'II"A. of I I.Fletcher at All Souls' church last Sun- week present several .encouraging\' features for work. She was fined $25 Washington.-After a hard fight
for railroad law and
violating placedon
where the marriage ceremony Is to minors, or who shall falsely piilindto I : dai night. I and give a better idea of the a Senator Fletcher succeeded in getting

i-P be performed ,be- parent or Kiiirdian honing au I Senator Iletcher spoke before the lines along which ,;spring( trade willIIk..1y "Why probation did come to Cleveland *" through the senate an appropriationof

i 'Section 2. Application for marriage tiiorlty to give" \ consent to Ihi, mar 1 I ilteiHl litfio\m Union of tilt churchand develop Manufacturers generally a probation you officer wrote when the $10,000 for the Florida Seminole

'11 1 cense must bo made at level rlaKe- of such niliien-: t-hill In guilty Mit h a throng/ crowded) the lecture are* standing/ pat on prices and the woman was in court. Indians.
volume of business. has likewise shown
yv, twenty-four hours before the lieenne'Is of inlnele me'u nor. anel upon c 011'I room that extra hairs! were plated.There !. "To job. I desperate '
get a was ,
Issued and granted ; provided (bat .shall be- fined not J li'ss I than Jinn I nor was a personal] note in Senator improv..m..nt. There are some weak I II the written reply Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly

In cases of emergency or ,extraordl Inure than $ luun.( oi h) impri-unuietlt' I FI..I l tellers words, and his somewhat I spots to he sure. but they are in "1'1 was"Where is home" The Old ftt-mdard general strengthening tonic,
the county judge than or b roil] localities rather than on special your GKOVK TA8TRI HUH chill I TUNIC.drivee out
nary circumstances 'for not more one ) tar > "rnvagant iielje-ctiveh were accepted! "Nowhere Nobody wants a mute
items of stock and due to conditions Malaria.enrlchcitht blood.andbulldauptheiyatetn -
V may on such eme-rKency and extraordinary both such lineor, III.prhltllll"1. \m Icy\ .semieof hiM lIu.lliors as an indicaI around." A true tonic For adulta and chlldrva SOC
those markets rath">
circumstances being sworn county judge<; who shall foul to i'lull : I Ion I that t he. pose''sse-s a personal an- at particular r i
I than to the general state of trade. Demand < .
t s to by tbe parent or guarJ an of the ply with tills act or whohull fall t-a/{onisin toward newspapers -- -
be well satisfied, |
to orer'the
I seems
woman if she be a minor and by a to keep for public Inspection duiiiiK The 'senator showed that George -:-><-:- "--<-
list and advances
price are
Yi -f j practicing physician, Issue and grant! proper office, hours the appllc alions I Washington had been attacked by the noted. Wherever some the output of mills i i
such license before the expiration of for marriage lleeni-eH permitting the I
i press as a tyrant and mi"aDpropria- previously cutting exclusively] for export -
All Aboard for Stetson
j said twenty-four hours if Bald county marriage- of. without thepioper ruinsent tion of nulilit funds by reading!: clip has been thrown back on the domestic t
judge shall be natlened that no fraud ot the pare-ill or )gUl\rdlan. hall pings from newspapers, publisher,! market depression at those'points

11. or deceit is contemplated by tbe par be punished an provided by thin actand ', when Washington was president The has resulteel Weak prices are

ties to said marriage .shall be liable' to riineal from senator then ,stated I that even as also reported at a few big distributing I Think! Nine weeks' hoard, room, and tuition for $:19. !March 31i y-

V, {, w 'Section 3. No marriage licence office. an for neglect of offlc liil] duly. Washington/ wns grossly] maligned: RO : interior markets, where competition i June L Students who cannot enter at the start may enter later- 4
'r # ball be Issued unless both of the "This act shall becomeeffe, 'e lives public men of today are wholesalers\ has been par- even for a ..ek-and pay less Review courxt-H for teachera' examinations y. -
contracting parties shall be identified and become a law on October 1 A. ed in a biased press."ent-I ticularly keen, or where the weatherhas June K by Supt. Sheats. It's Stetson That tells the Sloryz
to the satisfaction of the ('ountyjudSe. D. 191 fi.."
Write for
'n the lives of pur publicmen of not yet opened up sufficiently to
r shall of tbe follow will 1
who require parties
A section reading
4 as today. integrity is not only the rule," permit retail dealers) get a line on ADDRESS
L ; either separately or together, a be added to the above "
.said Senator Fletcher "but it ill a spring/{ building: prospects. This 8pOtly" ;
statement or application under oath "It shall bethe duty of theuttor- truth that the lack of integrity: is thevery condition js so largely a local mat-

i:i, and in writing relative to tbe age of ney-general: to prepare the necessary rarest exception The people who ter that it is not confined to any par- Stetson University DeLand Florida

+ i );, the parties to the proposed marriage,, and proper forms to be used by believe. differently have been given ticular section of the country, fre- .
the--names, relationship, if any, na- county judges in observing this act, yHooOooOooOo
1 that belief unquestionably by the yellow quently the reports from nearby Ott
tlonal'ty, color, residence and occupations and shall supply all county judges!,: muck-raking and sensational points being quite contradictory. How- +
of the parties and wbethei with at least one set of proper the of better conditions
press ever, reports -- -- -- ---------- -- -- - -- - -
t, prior marriage or marriages of forms."
any greatly predominate over those reporting -
the parties or either,of them and the Senator Fletcher read at length a advances
y rl of d'ssolutlon of such prlpi number of questions published in the lessened demand -
.early] days of this nation in which are noted on several items, par- Farmers
It marriage, and 'f It appear that elthei WAS ROBBED OF CASH ticularly on No. 2 common flooring Notice to
I contracting are under Washington was violently abused, and
the age of II ,Jean, the name. of Pensacola.-The postofTice at Gonzalez with later leaders of the nation, given and on No 1 and No. 2 common
f.r : boards. Advances of $1 (on practically
the vilest In article the "
of the small station ten miles northof names. one
;;the parents or guardian person a
*V, all items in No. 1 and No.. 2 com-
'J\ or persons' under the age of 21 Pensacola, was robbed Saturday charge was made that Washingtonwas '
dishonest and had robbed the mon boards seem warranted Buy Poultry and Hogs AIa' f
f ,oJ : esrae Provided, that if by reason night by two men, who secured about are also reported on heavy wux your
.of Illness or distance tbe woman contemplating $10 in cash, about $150 worth of I treasury of public money. prices
"I'' marriage Is not able to tamps and a small amount of mutilated -I When Washington left public life joists and rough timbers.

.. appear before tbe county judge, her money. Four hundred pennies weretaken I and retired to the quiet and privacy I The export market is extremely being, Pay you the Highest Market Prices.
of :Mount Ve' Senator 1 FIr.t..hl'r quiet, practically no shipments '
from the cash chawer I The rnon as
In the apllca
, i statement and joinder '
b' seiticl of the ils. dc made to any of the nations now at WE PAY CASH. Get in touch with
i lion be taken under oath before burglars then looted the store- of J KI one news |ouru: but ua now
may .111..d. l that Mh 1 . of the I wai owini; not to lack] of dermal .
\In Wilder, in which the postotfice, was < one cause1 na111"h'
; any magistrate or notary public 1 in which to transportthe
lack of
to ships
for ]located, taking out a large um", ,nint, ui, ,it mi sfort une's had been reduced 44lr
whore Much application .
h the county theexlremelv. high
Iht. level] 1 of the luml i ,. or to Call Phone The Parlor Market
license is made anu the mild pupei I of clothing) and other jrocids The I urb-. ( i to t i t omnuin ueoplc" rotes barge d }by, u"hI'
'I'ho I of I that ,'arlclav.. freight ( /
filed with bery wall reported. Immediately. lot' n t> press
be attached to and be
shall I resident of the neighborhood liippinud Si n;itoi" 1 1.1..lwr. sniel freely 1',1.)...t-d!1I sol, as will, carry forest products: '
? of the man applying ,
the application at
-M.N! loading
that the of all the. lead, of Snow sailing' vc an
I (
to pass the "iIIIng') !, and, .sane the mimes i"
for license two men rolilnntf the stem. but lie was that day woull,) be held
'Section 4. No maniaselleense<; afraid to tackle them as he- talc unarmed I In ire-lie, rations to rome. even (the at ports on the Atlantic coast. In-I

ti hall be granted if either of the parties but he /gate the lila, mill once norms of CH; 'or !'e Wishington : gory| flop 1 1urupe: is good and well

t', J) is under tbe age of 16 yenr, the He could not discern in the eliikness, During the civil war said, S"lIalol'F1..1'hl" posted exporters say that a, .large. and Creditors
age of consent for marriage being whether the men were white oi black I t t'. i reriiiiii newspapers went' sn I trade could I be developed if ship spacewas ) NOTICPatrons 0
bereby made IB yearn or more If far as to assett, that the acts of I available, while Ui," vast volume ]- Parlor Market

js q ( the application and sworn statement TRAINMASTER:'; WAS 1 coin might be compared) with tin acts of lumber that will be needed in I

M of the parties for whom a marriage KILLED IV TAMI'X: 'I for which ('hllr1.., I of 1 EoC'Ianel l lost Europe once the .war is over is appar-

license .is applied show that eltber Ins, head Senator letehtr quoted)

'of the parties to said contemplated Tampa.G. S. James, Seaboard) Air I reclhot attacks in newspapers airinnstAdams : ,; !'SOUR ACII STOMACHS. I have sold my interest to Mr. M.

I. Marriage Is over the age of 15 yearsand Line trainmaster, was killed Saturday I and Jefferson and Albert (',al- GASES OR INDIGESTION !

under the age of 21 years, no 11ense when the footboard in front of a latin I

4 I, shall be granted without the I II switch engine he was riding struck a What is today called) the fre-, press Each "Pape's Diapepsin" Digests 3000( !, Goodman and am not responsibleany

+ consent of the parents or guardian, guard rail at the end of a trestle and was born. with the birth of this nation grains food erding, all stomach

.i I, "or parent having the actual cuatody threw him down on the tracks in frontof said Senator Fletcher, and this free misery in five minutes. I

I or control of such minor or minors, the .njCine. lie was rushed. to the : press ho declared has become a ty-I I longer. A. L. GRIFFIN.ALL .

\wrltlng and under oath, or certified hospital 1 ,and for two hours surgeons: rant fearless and) unrestrained Re Time itl! In five minutes all stomach .

\; .' uinder the hand of such parents, worked to nave hii life but loss of f..rringto rows writers, Senator : distress will\ go. No indigestion,

tl/ C ar4ian or parent and verified by blood and shock was fatal I Ile'tcher said. : "These fellows .should heartburn, sourness or belching ofgas

twerp affidavit before a notary public 1 The accident occurred in the Tampa have been slopped right: then Such / acid, or e.uitations vt undigesteJ. I ,

or other official authorized by law Northern yards. The footboard was an institution as this "calle-d free i food, no dizziness, bloating( toul

+' to,take affidavits, which said certificate of standard width, and should have press never should have been allowed breath or headache. \ '

t cry I of consent shall be filed with.. the cleared the guard rail, as it had many "The newspaper today are tyran Pape's Diapepsin is noted for iw I NEXT WEEKAT

,, 'q ; Mi.: application for such marriage license times before done. It is believed that I ideal molders of public opinion. andhave speed in regulating: upset stomach ,
there be no parent earlier in the day it must have struck inspired in public. men a fear of stomach remedy -
.j1' c Provided, that |If It is the surest, quickest
a' f ( Ot guardian of either or both of acid something and been knocked out of ,' the press that is but a species of cow in the whole world and besides it
of the position, projecting to ono side far ardire That is why public men fear stomach
county end to
4, 1 pvinor the county judge it harmless Put an
ha. been' enough to strike the guard rail I to attack thej press" Senator ] large
*, I where sa'd application I trouble forever by /getting a
\ filed for at least twenty-four hours Mr. James, ,trainmaster, came here er urged hIS audience to ".. F.tch-I fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin ST. CLOUD
his duties against the tyrant
1A take new arms :
January ) up realize in
Y, t have a bearing and upon proper cause from any drug store. You
u being shown and being satisfied that He was forty years old, a native of I did not advocate any special plan for five minutes how needless it is to suffer -

fit? there is no lawful Impediment to Locust Grove, Ga., and is survived bya muzzling the news columns I from indigestion, dyspepsia or any

:i bald rtlnor becoming a married per- wife. stomach disorder It's the quickest,
.' On., grant such license SERIOUSLY SIIOT WIFE Fred lings has returned from a mo- surest and most harmless stomach Starnes Stock Company40People40

( i t t \, t ('" 'Section 5. Upon tbe filing of an AND THEN KILLED SELF tor trip to Valdosta Ga. I doctor in U" world.

,: Application for a marriage license the .
s q, : county judge shall Ale all papers and Lawtey.-Arzell Alvey shot his wife - I

I _IUd."',t., giving the date and hour I three times and then shot himself in

I fatd application is filed and shall the left breast, dying instantly, at the SOUTH ATlANTIC LIMITED

; +t post In his office In some public place home of his wife father, John Muse,' Solid

i } a \ (designated for that purpose a public about one and a half miles west of I through electric-lighted train. Coach,

""tar notice of the filing of said application, Lawtey, early Saturday. Alvey had 'Tote drawing-room and observation sleeping

f! klvlnc the names of the parties for been living in Jacksonville since his cars. Dining cars serve all meals TMil.d MONDAY NIGHT )!

1. whom license is desired and give they separation from his wife several en route, including lasts
t .JV of the parties and weeks He came in on the night supper,
address and age ago. leaving Jacksonville A {1 es t i.testa i.
V4 the .hoar and date on which said 11- train last night and went to the home, fastest and paeat ;We L1
If no objection where the tragedy occurred. The. to Northwest '** i train of comfort .h
I !'C ns4 j win t* granted

I ay be made..All applications and papers woman is not expected to recover. Quill through oas karlag atria. s vi. CI..lJeck.o..ilkisforoaooafor "Call of the Woods"A
; .14" r' filed Inspection.(therewith shall be open to puhrkt LARGE ATTENDANCE AT DADE COUNTY FAIR chicago sad St Louis, oat) a.Lirkvtpe atutMa.tgemeq

t4 ..fVM, .'0e Uon I.. Any person believing Route Es-
ban roc &
'. that t> e statements la the application ,Miami Fla.-For one and that, p..r to St Louis givty LCsa.plia toehok..t
boari 4 Act Drama
V,,1J1 .and accompanying papers are false ort not in the busiest the day ro.t.a Dixie Dgle., ;

,: +? .t". fOclent.. or that the applicants, or J. C. Baile, president of the Dado h Cl.rtfa.l. J' .
4IW.gisrvitvr i
.-. .of th.m. 'ars Incompetent'to County Fair association, kept actual fas..v. s.d.
eraloo. iaar,
t'her :' ; may file with...the county judge county of the number of people entering ail-yrr write, wire Iu' k... u.. W'1' wUj Alto! Three. Vaudeville Special Between Act ; 1

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;990CARSGO SEASON ATSANFORDjyiJLL ,Plant City, Fl:'*--All previous 'rec AROUSES GROWERS '" -lOlPVEdETABLKSPalmetto,1 '" . .. . "

:Column Forward ] SWING. ords for strawberry shipment In a Homestead1.-The citrus,fruit grow* ;Fla-Vegetables are mowing
t single day were broken here during ers have raised 11,100. In cash and freely., forty-eight cars going to H
the past week. During the week 96- many times that amount' of money northern markets last week.' The to- V,
TO MARKET East Sanford) Celery Delta Fla.- 437 quarts of berries were shipped to has been pledged to help the work'of tal shipments from January' 11 to Fettt; () tl
I The celery harvest is in full different'markets, netting the fighting the citrus .Weather
FRESH swing. : growers canker. ,Amas*' ruary 8, has been 200 cars..
t REPORTS OF PROGRESS I There was a large amount shipped I the sum of. $13>96Z.70. Monday, meeting wa held here last week pro condition .at the present ;time are. _
FROM THE ADVANCING. STATE this week and a greater amount will; February 15. 25,120 quart were shipped sided over by W. D. Home. '' : more :favorable .. ,.." '
FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS. go forward next week. L. A. Brum-I ] which 1. the largest output ever ident of the.board 'of trad
Car moved last week________ 990 OF FLORIDA.West ley, of-Celery avenue, is shipped in one day from any point in speeches were made by ... .tee-pre8-l I Always put *crubbln,:' bruibear; to'' r
Cars moved week before last__ 981 teen cars for New York city commission the state of Florida this early in the grower" After the meeting dry with bristle face 'downwards.'*
Total to last Saturday_17,453 Palm Beach-Entrcr Nous club firms and many others are filling season. On Tuesday 20,800 quarts ers and property-holder responded. This lengthens their lives consider'
plans to erect clubhouse. . on lake front. large orders. moved. The grower were paid an liberally with donation to help eradicate ably a* If dried the other war na
Jacksonville Fla- There is a de- I The first celery shipped this season average' of 15c per quart for the two the disease.BERRY tureily'soaky into. the wood and rots) ,
l cided improvement in the citrus fruit Qulncy.interested-Board of trade and othersare I from the celery delta brought (2 per days' shipments, prices ranging from the bristles.
market Urouglwut the country. The in plan to organize; company crate and later on the price dropped 12c to 19c per quart. The weatherhas SHIPMENTS INCREASE. I
demand for fancy oranges is good and with capital stock of $ ,OOO to considerably, but has now advanced to been unfavorable, a* there has t4
Lakeland Fla.
$10,000 to and Strawberries
erect ,
prices received by the growers for the .. equip.. hospital $1.40 to $1.50 per crate, and the commission been too much rain. What the truckers The-- are tN
moving freely. largest single
oa paet week have been satisfactory Sana.ota--Clty let contract to men and others in a positlor now need to make a phenomenal -
,;,, rapefruit is still dragging only the struct one and three-quarter miles con-of to know say it will not drop again this record, is bright, sunshiny weather. shipment of of last the week season consisting went out of Wednesday 6- If YOU Are
\ smaller sizes of fancy fruit bringing five-foot sidewalks, four inches thick, season, but will advance in price. The quality of the fruit is not up 600 quart Weather conditions are
fair ;'rtcee.x with one inch top. There was a much larger acreage; of to the usual standard on account of favorable berries in
Evidently the celery this season than the weather, consequently have more are coming I
grower and shippers * heretofore- prices and
do not intend to glut the market with St. Petersburg-City let contractto probably between six and seven hun- been lower than they would have beenif freely shipment are increasing
> excessive shipments as the movement complete paving of St. Petersburg's dred acres against about five hundred weather conditions had been more daily I THINKING OF BUILDING A ''c
'J f last week was only nine cars more boulevard to Boca Celga bay with Augusta last year. favorable. Below are the shipments GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" ...'
" than the week previous. The growers block. by days and net returns for each day's HOUSE OF ANT KIND, LET: '.." '
'll no doubt believe that with a moderate * THE DELRAY GROWERSARE shipment during the week: '
; movement from now on until the Daytona Beach-City let contractto NOT DISCOURAGED Quarts Price ME FIGURES WITH YOU.
R It A close of the season will construct cement sidewalks on opr- Friday _11,760 1940.40 Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
;, fair prices. The total oranges Bring tions of two streets. Delray, Fla.-Vegetables are mov- Saturday _14,992 2,623.60 tender little Stomach, liver, *' '!
orange movement TO FUJUNISH
a 4 ing slowly. The entire output has only and bowels. I AM PREPARED
ti; since the beginning of the season St. Augustine B. Jackson of Al- averaged about 200 packages day Monday _25,120 3768.00
I September 15 to February 20, was pha Cottage Industries, Ormond, Fla., for the past two weeks but growers per Tuesday _____20,800 2,912.00 Look at the tongue, mother 1 If PLANS AND ESTI 1 "
I 13,064 cars and 4,389 cars of grape- plans to establish a rug-weaving fac I seem to be in much better spirits than Wednesday _16,885 2,020.30 coated, your little one' stomach liver ,
fruit. ._ 6,880 692.80 MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM .
Thursday and bowels need at u
tory. any time during the season. They are cleansing once. Itt
Weather conditions have continued 444TampaIsaac replanting and believe there is plenty When peevish cross, listless doesn'tsleep PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD. '
y favorable for the past two weeks in DeKubber of Grand of time to raise a bumper to a Total _96,437 $13,962.70 eat or act naturally, or' is fev-
almost every section. Reports from Rapids, Mich., is reported to establish good advantage this season.crop ,erish, stomach sour, breath bad; has
almost every market show that oranges furniture factory. II -- SYRUP FROM CITRUS FRUIT. sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold,
fancy stock, are holding at a w FLORIDA" Jacksonville-R. is Orlando Fla.-J. T. Moncrief,
fair figure and indications are that Kloepoel erect- New York.-Good Florida vegetables Syrup of Figs," and In a few hoursall -
ing store and anartment Ala. is here and expectsto
building. Birmingham
prices will go even a little higher1. The 444ClearwaterChristian are still bringing excellent prices erect factory to utilize cull citrus the foul, constipated waste, undi- rl'',
growers are receiving more inquiries church will and the receipts are only fair. A great a in gested food and sour bile gently moves
t for grapefruit. It is believed that the erect building deal of stock coming, however, is fruits etc. He by claims using to the have juice discovered syrups a, out of its bowels without griping and Contractor and Builder, iKISSIMMEE
; market will improve as the season advances 444Cocoanut showing the effects of the wet weather for this and is you have a well, playful child again. "'
c especially for fancy stock. Grove-Methodist congre- which necessarily means that a new process to interest! local purpose men in the Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle FLA.
t" gation is reported to erect building. wide range in prices must be quoted. trying of "California Syrup of Figs,"
4 * project. 124 Banner SL PhoM ZM. 1t
Peppers ware bringing generally which contains full directions for ba- t
Bradentown-City purchased 100 from $2.50 to $3.75 per carrier and bies, children of all age' and for jt
' [ acres for development golf links. Bartow-E. J. Lagore will erect
1 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 444MiamiTatum lettuce was selling at $1.50 to $4 per nine-room bungalow at Summerlinand \grow-up !

t Bros. Real Estate & basket. Carpenter streets, ; porches on ,
Investment Co. will develop 16 acresas Peas were scarce, especially fine three sides. ( ooo .OOOOOtooooooooooooooooooooo.o.o.o... . ...... .. :
stock, and good clean ranged .
I Eleven days have recently been park. peas up I a'
444Miami.Chas. as high as $6 but the poor stock as
tr, spent out of the office in Interlachen.It The Qulalm Tint Dee Net Affect The Heed
G. McCutcheon of low as $2.Beans {
the was secretary one of remembers the most pleasant of trips Jacksonville, Mich., is reported to have brought from $2 to $4.50 and : BeeBaM BROMO of IU QUININE tonic and Uxktlve, better then sect ordinary LAXATIVK CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS :i kV

the fourteen for purchased north half of Belle Isle, eggplants from $1 to $3.50. Quinine and doe. not cue nervouvneM nor
years soon ending, comprising about seventeen acres of Good tomatoes were in demand buta rtBrin In head aemember the all Mme and .
such experiences. look lot the ......t.... ol K. W. GROVK. lie. '} ,r
land; will continue improvements great deal of the stock showed up "
During the convention days for NORTH AND WEST : i
. North-Central district entertainmentwas planned including construction of in very poor shape. The general
at the Whidden House, in Gaines roadway range for average good offerings was "Dixie Flyer," _ "Dixie Limited," i,
w 4
from $2 to $3.50 with stock
ville. Not my first stay there but Tampa-S. Pardo is having plansprepared bringing from 75c to $1.common SEEDS "Sell aol. Limited" I
this the best because Mrs. H. B.
was for store and apartment
Romaine sold generally at $1.50 to "South Atlantic Limited""Mentg.mery
Bruce, former state junior superintendent building Ninth Fifteenth
; on avenue, near $3 basket.ORANGES r "
spent much of the time with me street; 85x35 feet; two stories; per --- ----- Route" :l.
_) there. It was indeed a "renewal of brick. FOR NEW YORK POOR. We carry all the leading varietiesof ,
our youth. 'Sunday we dined with 444 Tarpon Springs, Fla.-At a meet- Farm, Field and Garden Seed that mtlantic "
the convention pastor Dr. Anderson, Felsmer1--!Special: Tax District No. ing of the board of trade last week have been tested and known to be l' i
and wife, and on Monday I started 14 voted $25,000 bonds t. erect high the members decided to cooperatewith adapted to this soil and climate. We \ Coast Line i j. :5('
school. s''
toward Central district. 444 the growers and send a full car- can fill your order immediately for ;
In Ocala it to be the truest of of all varieties of
Live Onk-W. E. Quarterman and load of oranges to New York city to new crop 7
Mrs. M. M. Little, State Epworth be distributed free the '
others will organize with among poor. k
league oriranizer. It adds patiencefor $10,000 capital stock to companv establish cane The car 4a to be in charge of the New Seed Bean, Seed Potatoes, English Standard Railroad of the South

find more that in Christian the Methodist Endeavor society work the to nery. 4 II' 4 pay York the.Tribune.entire expense B. C. Mayo but offered the board to Pea, Cucumber, Tomato, Pullman can Jacksonville to Chicago, SL Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville t

same problem of finances, etc., and Palmetto-Manatee Fruit Co. will of trade desired that all growers participate Pepper Seed Etc. f Indianapolis, Cleveland, Intermediate point t"t
same faithful loyalty "for Christ and establish fruit-packing plant; W. L. in making up the car. A committee Seed Corn Seed Oats Seed Barley !
. Dining and Observation car*. ,
the hurch" as our Christian Endeavor -
Preston, president, secretary and was appointed on assembling)
workers feel. The bonds between treasurer: J. H. Preston, vice-pl esi;- I and shinning the fruit, consisting of Millet, Sorghum Seed, Eta For Tickets and information call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket } "
Christian Endeavorers and the denominational dent; F. V). Waite mannsrer: to erect 'J. M. Mitchell, L. D. Vinson, H. C. Rhode Grass Seed Agent, or 'h
societies are closer over two buildings; install 30 H. P. engine Clayton and J. K. Cheyney. "
Florida now than probably they have washers pelKhers. dryers, rolls! Natal} Grats Seed A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A, J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., :'
been for years. graders and sizing machinery; daily, POTATO OUTLOOK BRIGHT.
Jacksonville Fla. Fla. a .
Mr. E. A. Upham sold his beautiful (capacity six cars oranges and grape- Bunnell, Fla.-The Irish potato cropis Complete Stock of garden and field Tampa,
estate, "Pleasant Hills," at South fruit. planted. The acreage is quite large seeds, poultry feed and supplies, Incubators S'S. 40d
Lake Weir, when he removed to St. 444 and there is every indication of a eta .
J Petersburg. The new owner Mr. Albertson Br.deniown-City will erect brick. heavy yield. Some fields were planted Wr\te\ for our spring catalogue and b ,
and family, made it a restful power plant. as early as January and the' plantsare weekly price list on poultry teed, eta
vacation for "Secretary Grace. 4 4 4WinterhavenWinterhaven strong and vigorous. Truckers report Oldest established and largest seed > '. ,
Miss Minnie Albertson is local secretary Steam that seed, this year is of excel- house in Florida.E. S iiMd li"I q
and her sister Mrs. Kelsey. Laundry Co. will erect laundry; sepa- lent quality and they find very few
Welrsdale junior superintendent and rate power house.II' 4 I rotted in the ground. There is quitean A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo. The of the worldare San

district vice.president. Mrs. Alice St. Petersburg-N. Sutloff, Terre acreage of onions also. The crop 206 East Bay St. eyes .

Reed, former district leader, was also Haute, Ind., is reported to erect resi I is doing well. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. t
met here. It was a fine. two days with dence.
these Iriends of South Lake Weir, 4 4 II' ---- - '
Weirsdale and Stanton.It St. Augustine-W. J. Harris will ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. on the man whoSAVES '

was a great, roomy southern erect cottage; two stories. W. add .... line very ame-he_ T*. set Joe per r..t ef.eleacr ... .f 1
mansion to which I journeyed in Lady 4 II' 4 .. .. ,
every p. *- Oar !! U t .atle..d WILL NOT RKI.K1ASK THH AMMONIA tld'.M1r 4,
Lake. Chilly night though it was( a St. Petersburg-John Beck, vice- wblrb Ia Ik. eertala m.mmmt\tr Im m*.mt tortlllacrVm _...f."....* Iaf... t
large number of ardent Endeavorersmet president of Pearl Street Savings and .&..... .It.r.1 ......._. ..!?., ..< ...r..t** F.. atl.f."tlB. Aak .. tor tree
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the secretary that evening at the Trust Co., Clayton, 0., and John C.
Mtthndist church. Mr. J. A. Musser, Auerbach, president of Lincoln Bank, BIOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY,

recently from Pennsylvania, was mas- Cleveland, 0., will erect residence. DEIT. "Co" OCALA. FLORIDA. ;

ter ot ceremonies for this get-together; ; i.
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occasion. There are many young folksin .
Lady Lake and an intermediate and v
junior society are prospects bright.Mr. I M1
and Mrs. Heague with family ..
were nice to me. I will be their guest .. .M
again when the chance comes! Y
Entertainment at Candler was with > for a moment "
Okeechobee Farms pAUSE young man '
Pennsylvania-rais-ed folks, Mr. and ,:

Mrs.society Hilty.leader Little, with Olive her mother Hilty, junior gavea a thought to self. They< ,

social for the children, with their I

,superintendent, Mrs. Gillespie' and afternoon me Will yield big crops' of corn, cane, ("OWIK'I1.Q] velvet banns, rapi'| peanuts, kudzu, spineless cactus'besides i problems that coiifront you now, or : r

as grown-up the Presbyterian guests. Sunday junior society- raising Bermuda, Rhodes\ Parlatul; and oilier ' for hay and pasture. Witli all will a few years hence. (i q,

was visited; then came a drive to Ock these crops available, rattle, sheep und hogs can: have green food the year round. I ,
Inwaha for attendance at the large I .
I junior meeting; of that town. Mrs. Look about yon--the men of affairs in country, state, nation-yes, rt, 4
Hilty, Junior Olive, Mrs. Gillespie and Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of in the world, are the men who: started to save early in life. _
the secretary then took supper with

girl Miss from Georgia Tennessee Price,, who a sweet is now young active Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for CultivationThese They have the respect and confidence of the community. .'. ,t ;

in evening both societies included of attendance Ocklawaha.The at. lands do not need draining other than .small ditches necessary on any farm. :Make a trip Then look on the other side-at the fellows who tleDd'aD tt1.7i J'+ iA

the Young People's meeting, for to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida Ka-st: Const' Railway wiMioiit delay, and 'C' for I make-they may have a good time for a while, but what doe tk
which the new concrete church was yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours'journey personality reflect? '+ 4
nearly filled. President Robert Con- from Jacksonville. I d +.

nor best was services leader I and have it was been one'of at the for ; A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be &e j

months. Home-coming early Monday Investigate This Wonderful Country While You nucleus of an honorable, independent career. ; 145

morning from Candler. Make your beginning now-today. Your rad 4FVi

Interlachen, March 1, 1915. Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your FarmYou I bank book will pave the way.State ; q

Are You Rheumatic?-try Sloan's Us
If you want quick and real relief will find it unexcelled for general farming Ih."toC'ard\ ; poultry rai.sing and for growing all

from Rheumatism, do what so many kinds of vegetables common to Florida as wt'IIIL"I the f finest citrus fruit. This town and country

thousand other people are doing will grow at an amazing rate during the next few 'c'urs. W't' also have excellent land und town I Bank
1 4r whenever an attack comes on, bathe
the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's lots at Chulueta and KenanTille--the former a fine lake section in Seminole County suited to .

Liniment. No need to rub it in-just fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter fertile pine land country in OsceolaCouilty /

apply the Liniment to the surface. It especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for : of Kissimmee ", t
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is wonderfully penetrating. goes ,
right to the seat of trouble and draw full particulars \ f,"' ''
the pain almost immediately. Get a Capital stock .$100,000.00 ti
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bottle of Sloan's Liniment for It 26c in the of E. INGRAHAM Vice-President RCMBTCM *)vtr ______________....._____ 400,00000. 1'k; >
any druggist Colds .=.,. ,,ran
housed-against ;-Sore and Swollen {.
Officer and "
Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like Land and Industrial Department Florida East Coast RailwayRoom Directors. :
ailments. Your money back if not t C A. CARSON. Pmt J. M. LEE. Vice Praete, .

< satisfied relief., but it doe, give,almost instant 214<< Gly,Bu3din" .ST; AUGUSTINE;, FLORIDA ML KiT tad Vic Prset.r : ;.; ..

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i SPRAYING OF third the culls:will will beWrely almost disappear eliminated, The and .It'CENT".IF-'"CASCABETS"BIUOUS OK COSTIVE' I.Send use YourOrders .'.-',

..ET Caps That Cost little/ | increase of due to the in ,, .
I Dainty .Morning II IIALTHOUGH production v**!?. -i t jp*% I n' If' .
crease in sice of the fruit resulting: irk: boadacfcV\ Sew //Stessack, A'
elimination For
from the of the rust mite
'SlacKisli Liver an4Bow:=-T >'A
will be from twelve and one-half .to ey. \

CITRUS TREES twenty-fire per cent., amounting approximately work while you Bleep. ','
to two million boxes.: : The -
. devitalizing: of the trees by the insects Furred Ton rue; Bad 'Tact. Indigestion. I BEAMS
I s would be eliminated and the Sallow Skit and Miserable Headaches i
,, ,EXPERT ADVICE ON- HOW TO .k "tv' ,tvtf trees would then expend their vitality com from' a torpid liver and 0QAK1fEL }. .
I h CONTROL, INSECT PESTS ON to produce fruit instead of nourishing; cloned bowels, which cans your ANGLES ANA ft i iJ
; stomach to beam filled with 'undi
Insects. This would also increase the SHAPESBOILER
fat"t CITRUS TREES IN food which soars and ferments ,
quantity and quality of the fruit and like ,
.v' 'FLORIDA. of .,sr make a crop more certain from yearto [ rarbag fn a swill barreL That's
which would be Crop Insur- the first step to untold misery-indigestion -
it. By W. W. YOTHERS, Bureau of yeart It is a conservative estimate foal gases, bad breath, yellow PLATES
k p, Entomology, Orlando, Fla.) that the total benefits which would be skin mental fears, everything! that Is TANK! STEEL f

( derived if this scheme was followed horrible and nauseating. A Caret GALVANIZEDCOPPER I .
Insects throughout the state would be not far tonight will gin your constipated AND
f from increase of production of bowels thorough cleansing and
cent be attributed to six an a
;.i' r species.per The most destructive is the minimum 1.of.twenty-five.per cent over straighten you out by morning. They I
,i'o. ./.I...., 'white fly Dialeuredes citri R.i that which is the result at the present work while yon sleep--a 10-cent box -
!! A-'H.),"';h"iihnow.Infe.te. nearly all time of the total dependence on' from your druggist will keep you feelIng HODSSTAY
j- the groves in the state. The second the beneficial parasitic fungi. The appearance -, good for months I
I'I of the fruit the market I B01T8STRUCTURAL
\ Most destructive pest l IB the purple on
if:4' scale (Lepldosaphes beckii Newm), would be vastly) improved. The total' ,
which \is found in greater or less num- dependence of: the Florida citrus IRON WORK
: bare on every citrus tree in the state. grower on natural enemies for the OF ALL KINDS
i According to my observations the control of the pests on citrus treesis S. U. BULLOCK -

rust mite (Eriophyes oleivorus Ashm) a delusion. ALL HARD WOODS
ranks third. The Florida red scale
L. the -
I aonidum )
1A (ChryBomaphlus
the cloudy-winged white fly (A\Aleyro- THEIR TWO CHILDREN REAL ESTATE LAUNCHES

j des nubifera Berger, now known as .naa1.Na.Ms..nnna.INSURANCE* DORIES AND
vy : Dialeurodea citrifohi Morgan) and Detroit, J\rkh.-"Jo'or Sale-Two
American children, because their SKIFFS
Tetranychus sexmac-
the red spider ( ,
j father is American and cannot .
also of primary im an get BUILT TO
ulatus Riley) are ,
f" portance. It has been the object for n job to protect them." I Examination of Titles a ORDER
This sign, in big black letters was
a spraying
several years to perfect ? : BOILERS AND .
!', 'i scheme which would largely eliminate there is nothing"star- about the head. It is finished ,,'Ithsmall sociated found nailed charities to a building.fence near tho As-, Specialty. TANKS BUILT TO
.f caused by these .
r the damage ,
rests. In and boudoir flowers and loops j' satin ribbon NqjlDERPUMPS
i-f There are also several pests 0 morning "Yes, we will sell Emma lR months
: ondary importance such an the woolly caps they continue to captivate the a half inch wide.A old. and Jennie, 3 years old. for $1,000] CorresDondence Solicited. FOR ALL
vf' white fly (Aleurothrixus howardi Q.) femlnlnelbllc and cause them to ribbon ouly two Inches wide Is each," said Mrs. Andrew Yuhasz, the PURPOSES.COMPETENT.
and the purple mite (Tetranychus! my- part with small sums ef money." used for the second cap, cut Into one mother of the children. I
;\ tilaspfdis Riley), which this sprayingscheme Surely nothing was ever designed length of 23 Inches and one of 15. The "W paid $2,000.down on a home, POOCH
Lr'' will also partially or completely which offered more In the way of short length Is drawn up, by gathering and we owe $1,800, which we wish to LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY FOR ROAD WORK
)] 1 control.As daintiness and beauty In return fora It along one edge. Into a small cir pay off, and my husband has been I AT ALL TIMES -
the timeto without work for four months, and he
a general proposition little outlay than the gay caps of cular piece for the center of the cap
for the control of all pests said we should sell the children and .
spray ribbon and lace which remind one of and finished at the center with a tiny "
', on citrus trees is when they are pres- pay our bills.
ent in such numbers that, if left to bright, well-known .and well-loved ribbon flower.
reproduce without artificial hindrance flowers The lace strips are 3Vi inches wide. 1'MQUE I DKATH OMENS -: I
c they would soon become injurious. In I The two caps shown here are made They are machine stitched to both SCARE INNOCENT NEGRO
other words the pests should be kill- of thin satin ribbon and shadow lace. edges/; of the longer strip of ribbon. IN
Helena! ] Ark.-George Harris! n negro -
ed before they do much damage to The ribbon"Is about three Indies This makes a wide band of ribbon residing in the vicinty of Oneida, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
{, either the tree or the fruit. The pests wide, and one yard of It Is used to and lace. The ends are sewed together came to Helena, bringing a unique collection ABSTRACTAND I
tt should always be kept in such a state join the strips of lace together, which forming a circlet. The top of "omens." They consistedof
of subjection as to do I little or no form the cap.Vlde flouncliiRH'; of edge'; of this Is fuljed In to the center a doll dressed in black, with a blackcap ] Cares Old Sera, Other Remedies wos't Cure.Tfte .
( damage. In case the various pests to shadow lace cut Into strips will pro already made and stitched down, over its head and a 'hangman'snoose worst eases,b c)matter of'bow Ion*aUBdln*
citrus trees are permitted to becomeso are cored br the womdcrful. old reliable I>c
t abundant to cause damage, the vide a lace frill for one cap and the completing] the cap. around Its neck a small coffinof Porter'. Anllneptlc Ile..llnc oil It t"llfYft
profits which as might be derived from Insertions in the crown of two. ThatIs Baby ribbon Is threaded throughthe '; strawbonrd and a placard bearingthe TITLE WORK I P.I. and Heals at the s .... Um.. 2Sc,See,lljOS

artificial treatment, such as spraying I a flouncing of ordinary width may lace frill and ties In a bow at the legend "IJeware," in letters t several .

with an insecticide, are, to a certain be cut Into live strips.In back adjusting the cap to the bead. inches' high. '
+ : lost. The life history and George; / found, those things \by his 6. oo.oooooooooooooo oooo.oo.I .
extent, I the cap shown at the left two Three little ribbon flowers are sewed
habits of nearly all pests on citrus strips of ribbon join three of lace to the frill at the front. I I bedside when he awoke on<> morningand
such that ho brought I them to Helena as
trees fortunately, I
are, making a square of 18 Inches. The All the materials for a cap of this "Exhibit A" should there be SEEDFOR
; and satisfactory results can be obtained ; any complications
r any time the spray is applied. corners are rounded off and the edge kind will cost less than fifty cents. later on. George does not
''u While such is the case there are times turned up in a narrow hem. A narrow Thin silk may be used, cut Into strips, know why the articles were placed in SPRING PLANTINGFull
p, when It is opportune to spray. These side-plaiting] of net is sewed Instead of ribbon. There is economy ,: his room. lie says he has no enemies.
rl periods come when the largest percentage about the edge, and a narrow bias tape'Is In making two cape at one time. They i I -- --
,, of the insects is in the young stitched on the under side along are mad up In all the light beautiful
line of seeds of all kinds.
) i est stage which is the one most easily the top edge of the net, to forma colors-pink, blue, lavender, rose, I The annual meeting of the Florida new crop .'
killed. . casing. Flat elastic cord Is run in green, etc. Press association will he held at Mi- We can supply your wants. Write for new catalogue.
ami, March 25-27/) 1915.] Very low
; The following spraying scheme has "
tat this I
the InIt
casing, gathering cap JULIA BOTTOMLEY.
been used quite extensively for three II I rates have been secured to this gathering -
x summers and has generally given satisfactory _______ __________________ _________.1 and the rates! are open to the KILGORE SEED COMPANY
1 results. It must be admitted I general public. Ask your station PLANT FLORIDA.
ak p however, that no hard and fast is this brood which Gauges nearlyall sulphur solution hut it is not so effective jent for the rate. If he does not CITY
j scheme can be given, and the number ; the damage from the white flies, in controlling rust mites. It have it, ask him to get it. It is yours
1 ; of sprayings depends to a large extent and the earlier they are killed the bet- has the advantage of the lime-sulphur'' for the asking. Or you can writeto
T v1 ,{ on the thoroughness of the work. ter it is for the tree. This spraying; solution in that it will mix with the the secretary of the association (T -- - ----
,, 'I 1. Paraffin-oil Emulsions; Government also comes after all the beneficial fungi oil emulsions. To follow the above : J. Appleyard state printer, Tallahassee -
Formula 1-60 or One Per Cent.. have done their work. This will schema it will cost from twenty to : FI...) and he will furnish it to
,, of Oil.-May. The main object of also remove the sooty mold from the thirty-five cents a ;year per tree. It you. Tickets will be sold good for use
spraying at this time is to kill the trees and sufficiently from the fruit coat one grower twenty cents for trees only on March 2:5: 24 and 25, 1915.!
white fly, scale insects, and to a large to permit the sun to color it up. Soda- of about five-box capacity or four Tickets will be void after March 31: What About Your Insurance?
t extent: : rust mites, although this treatment I sulphur] 1-50 may be added to this cents per box. Another did the work I 1915, prior to midnight of which date
spraying and this will increase its effectiveness for thirty-two cents for eight-box
must not be relied upon to con- return trip must be completed. -"-*""" -"" - i
trol the last. This spraying should be in killing rust mites. tree or four cents per box. It cost - -
N. matter what in the of Insurance I
given after the adults of the first 4. Lime-sulphur Solution 32 Degrees several other growers two, three, six, New York.-A sailing vessel has JOG may want way cam
6 brood of white flies have disappeared Baume, 1-60 to 1-75-November seven and eight cents per box respec--I arrived in port whose crew did not apply it. I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,
'f wand before the appearance of those or December. The object of this tively. A maximum figure would be know of the present war. The boat
of the second brood. The fruit should spraying is to kill rust mites and it I eight cents per box. was the Padang. She left Padang, Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance.

.. be an inch or more in diameter when mayor may not be necessary depending Even though this scheme is not Sumatra on August 12, and did not Courteous and prompt attention no matter low a\
'the spraying is done. This treatment on the abundance of the mites.It strictly adhered to it will result in I speak any vessel until just outsideof t
ri should be given before the beginning may be necessary to spray for raising the grade of the fruit. The New York, where she was halted large or how small an amount yon wish. tj.
,' + of the rainy season, so that the beneficial rust mite. before No. 1 is given. In second jrrade will become first, the by a British cruiser.
i'RS+ ,fungi will fake care of those ease the red spider becomes abundant
r1 insects. which are not yet killed by enough to be injurious a spraying with
the spray. ime-sulphur solution should be given.It I
' 2. Lime-sulphur Solution 32 Degrees may also be necessary to spray GENERAL INSURANCE.
Baume 1-60 to 1-75-June to hree times with the oil sprays, in I 'Phone 230-3. Dskin St
',.JuI1. The main object of this treatment which case this treatment can be
1{ is to kill rust mites and the opportune given in mid-summer or in winter. If I The favorite Store of Kissimmee l.
time for its application varies the red scale is very abundant, two i a
- Vr.' with the appearance of the maximum sprayings with the oil emulsions
,'r }Vw number of the rust mites. It should should be given at intervals of about :

4' ; be applied before the mites get very a month.
-? abundant and before any russeting The parafTin-oil emulsion may be FURNITURE ? /
p .J appears.. It will also kill some scales Made acocrding to directions given in
... and white flies but is of little value circular No. 168, bureau of cntomol-
k for that purpose. ogy. In addition to the above there I YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO.
3. Paraffin-oil Emulsions: Govern are two miscible oils on the market in ,
ment Formula 1-50 or One Per Cent. Florida which are highly satisfactory.The .
of Oil-August 25 to October 31. This soda-sulphur solution is made according -
t Is the second spraying for the white to the standard formula, thirty -WE HAVE IT New Owners -- New Management
; sly and scale insects. The object of pounds sulphur, twenty pounds
'. is to kill all caustic soda, twenty gallons of water.
,. the whitteaflytlarvae which are the This tests about 16 degrees Baume
progeny of the third and last brood. and may be used 1-40 instead of lime- EVERYTHING-

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'I "''''',I',,:,::.., .''.:::','.'. : '':::::: line of furniture.. We make specialty of outfitting homes, and

,ffLI I handle reliable TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE

Bed Room Furniture, Dining i i

i, Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Par- I HAVE IT I

r lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, I We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of

)(' ...f'" Couches Etc.This lumber-rough and dreased-Ceiling, Flooring,Siding, Doors

Sash, Shingles, Lathe, Window and Door Frames Mouldingof
r before giving your valuable Absolute
9s 91! t Protection against loss? all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.We .

store is making a record for itself in the matter of also carry a complete line of Brick Lime Cement Painta,
of is
The place ,Safety our Fire and
Burglar Proof Vault. helping people to outfit homes. Come and see. Our prices are Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you everything

ti' Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. right for your house or your barn from ground to roof.


I ,;..:;; .' 'tt t $3 and $4 Per Year TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo / Send for Free EstimateWe I

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; need in yew everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, ete. will be glad to give you Price and Estimate FREE.
""! all of the bat quality and workmanship and at prices that win
!\t'. ,,, t surprise yon. This store has the reputation of handling only C-Mitrartor Estimates on house bill receive prompt atteatioa.

_% I hardware that b 01 superior quality and you win make BO mistake -

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Si. h....- ... i .
Tr. ..* named officers Clerk, three dollar i Cotmtyv Fla Telephone 'i
SILL TOQCIaWT TITLK M- M. Smith A. L. Hunt Treasurer three h. LkHam lolk ,
.ILL "TO QUIT: TITUDFrlesid. president; ". "'i .'1 I -
i. bu a largo house
.eaa,4.H..... mm* All Olatsatm .. first vica-presldeitt; R, V. Phillips seo- Marshall and tax co..oto.' three dol 'i

-fl 0. ..* all Pfertles Clalsa- ,a. lalereet IIs... the aU, ..ramrd ond Yiee-l're.ldent; B. F, Roe, cashier;. lars. near the turpentine atill C -2 .- it ,t

: I ... /._, latereet v.... the saU Basil Heisa, er OU.......... I II I and- M. M-Q. Smith. A. L. Hunt F. R. V. Member eltr' conncIL-. 4.Ua,1 Mr. Kober, of Montana, formerly, i I. C '' ii
H. B. '
Phillip, Botkwell. Roe .
O..Frtead Otherwise. ... ....... RN........ I.sp.e'ter. building; a- the east S CF. THRASHER ""i'" ''i! '
; : Paul 10. Trudell and a ,H. lerta.IdI-" The. followinginspector* and. cleric ridene i. par ., ;:
I ORDER orTe rVJILlC.ATIOlf rectors.. are hereby designated to- conduct the of .. Lake ?y" ., : I , _ _ _
ORDER Or POBMCATIOW' ----.,.. VII aid primary eI.otlonlInspectorsH. < U tw .. Ro. 8HErX'META1WORKER t'S.,... .1 c.a
> .&fl.'Wb..s It MaE v.._..... The highest amount of Indebtedness N. tlratton O. Tan building _ _
or other liability to which the said Agnew f. W. Lilly I I cost about $2,000. Mr;, Kotos' family -. .
Te All W._ It Mar Os>.eer.i 'It appearing from the sworn bill of i "
Steel .t
I corporation shall ..t any time ..ubJ.ctIU..U CI.rkW.. has Joined him her*. Ceiling a
It complaint filed In this cause that there Prent. ; _ _
L : appearing Iron lb. sworn bill of shall be as limited and defined by S. Spat.
are parties Interested In the propertyInvolved 1 I BULK Mr. Titgen is clearing his ten '
acres .
complaint filed in this cause that thereare section 1711, of the general statutes of .. Pbon 14 -R ,
other than the ,
I Interested in th. In this ult in the northeast and'Is r ;
parties propertyL the state of FIends.The W. B A 88. p.r tw ,
Involved In thli suit other than the known respondent and that the names C o .
I names and residences of the subscribers __Secretary.MA1VOItS building a house family
of .uch Interested ,
parties o are unknown Ii. :
t known respondent and that* the name and the amount of capital has ; ;
It of uoh Interested to the complainant and that relief arrive her. They .
parties so are unknown stock subscribed by each are as follows PROCLAMATION.Under ,
I. prayed In said bill of complaint ed He DR. J. .
w to the complainant and that relief :- > I Chicago. W.'SIPOH ,. p
f I* prayed in aald bill of complaint' against such unknown respondents. It B. F. Roe Kenansvllle Fla.. tan and by virtue of the power rf-ceiitly from Messrs. Palmer and ') '' .,. .

against such unknown respondent, it Is. therefore ordered that all parties shares (oe). vested In m... H. R May mayor of KIsslmmee Carris. DENTIST ;

ri I.. therefore, ordered that all parties cI..lmlnaInter..t.. 1n the following.- R E. Franklin Kenanavllle Fla., City Florid. do hereby announce ,.
r claiming Interests In the following described scribed property situate. In the Countyof two shares (I). '. declare that an Mr. and Mrs. Rush Palmer were Up.tlr in KaU Bnlldinr i
Osceola and State of Florida to-wlt: Paul Kenansvllle Fla.. election will be held at the city here last I 1"
ij.i ; real property altuate In the B. Trudell. week visiting Mrs. Palmer's Office : a. to
The West Half of the East Halt and the In saId city, during the legal n 1. ,
\. County of Oaceola and Sate of Florida ten shares (10) Mr. and Mrs. Wagner. Mr. 1:1: :> a.
to-wlt: The Northwe.t Quarter of the Bast, Half of the West Half of Section O. K. Bothwell, M. D., KenansvIlle.FIn. voting, on Saturday the I7th day of p.rnt Telephone No. T( l..e ..
:i:II Northeast Quarter of Section Three In 1. In Township U South of Range 32 ten shares (10). March A. b.. 1916. for the purpo.e of Palmer are living on a I.1f. i ,

rt; Township 16 South of Ranee It Bait East of Tallahassee Meridian do appear Randolph Young WhIttIer Fla., one electing the following officers to servea homestead near Venus, in i i 'i
. to the .Complainant's 111 II of Complaint share (1)). term of one year, via.: Dot .. "_ .
of Tallahaise. Meridian do appear to near where it I. mft
the complainant' bill of complaint herein filed on or before the Rule A. L. Hunt Kenansvllle. Fla.. ten One Mayor. county! bleve DR W. W. CARSON .;
i" One Clerk. extension of the Haines
herein filed on or before the Rule Day Day In April. A. D. 111& the same being shares ((1C) Se-

, in April. A. D. UU. being: the ith day the 6th day of said month. else the said L. B. Drawdy. Whittier. Fla.. ten One Treasurer.Marshal and Tax Col..ctor.Une bring branch of the Atlantic CoastLine sf'

, of said month. elae the ...Id bill will bill will be taken as confessed against shares ((10). Also to serve for a term of two years wi run, and where it will DEN : ',
R. V. Phillips, Kenansvllle. Fla., ten Office
{ b. taken .. cohfeaaed against auch re- them. three members of the city council.I by the new rail read over Pilley Dad 1g." '
that this shares ((10)
And It Is further ordered 1
.pondenta. hereby appoint H.N.. Hratton. E.O. Office Hour: t- "
order .. published once a week for W. J. Rice Kunarisvtlle. Fla.. sixty Tampa to the east coast. Office .
And it la further ordered that title Vans Ajrnew. as Inspectors 'Phono Its Residence: 'Phot IS '
order be published once a week for II 12 consecutive weeks In the Osceola shares (60)) and J. W. 'I! ii.L clerk of said Mr. and Mrs. Harry'Alloway, of .Administered for Extraction of ": t. 'Y
J. T. Drawdy. Kenansvllle. sevenshares
Journal a weekly newspaper published
conaeeutlve weeka In the Oaceola Jour- .I..ctlon. Chicago are here a few Teeth .
In said Coun.y and of general circulation (7)) In witness whereof I have hereuntoset spending ,
n. a weekly newspaper published In
M. M. Smith V-Inter Park Fla. ten months in their Their --
In said county. handas of said city and
my mayor
the aid County of Oaceola and of general -
circulation In said County. Witness the Honorable James W. share (10). caused the seal of said city to be herw- young daughter was quite ill when
S. H. F..rtlc. Ken .n.vIUe. Fla.. ten
Witness the Honorable Jamea W. Perkins. said and i-nto atl'lx.d this Uth day of February.A they arrived here but i. now well DR H S. GEIGER '
PerkIns J..daot laid Court and my name as :rl':. due ftc-r:. shares ((10)). 1>.. 1916. again.A ,: ', e
seal of the said Circuit Court this First Attest : H II. StAT
Clerk thereof and the official SURGEON
name STATE OF FIX1RIDA. i'jti
Mayor of Klnslmmee I dock is built Lake .
seal of the ...Id circuit Court title Flrit day of Januery. A. D. 1.11. COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. city. being on Crystal '' '
J. It. U1LI1RRT. City I ClerkSeal Citizens Bank "
day of January. A. D. Itli. J. L. OVER8TREHT. Before me the undersigned Notary ( ) 106t.UMIN..n.TION in the south part of town, near Building ;

J. L. OVERSTREET. As Clerk of the Circuit Florida.Court Public In and''l for the state of Floridaat the foot of Omaha street. Thia is Klsslrnmss. Fla. tttlf "

Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Osceola County. Large, personally appeared n.o'. be dock. t Phones: Otrlc 197 or ?' I I

(Circuit Oaceola County.Florida. Court Seal) Roe, R. K. Franklin Paul K. Trudell. NOTU' a public .np. 1(( ..I-I 'i I
JAMES M. JOHNSTON. Last week several blocks .
Court Seal) Uy (I. E. Bothwell Randolph Young. L H .. of red
By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. Deputy Clerk. Drawdy W J. Rice R V. Phillips. .1 of AdnlBlntrator for Klmal ISisi'barge clay sidewalks were laid on Nelson

Deputy Clerk. JOHNSTON A aARRETT, T. Drawdy and S II. Ferllc. all I. Court s ff (>.UBty Judare.Oacrola I e'T.
street between the station and
JOHNSTON & QA.URETT.Counael Counsel for Complainant. .-10tI. to me well known. and known County, Florida railway M. RIVERS. M. D. '

for Compla.lnant.IOt to me to be the Individuals' described Lawson street connecting there with

In and who executed the foregoing In re, Estate of R Lohr.Notice the clay walk to the hotel and Main PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 4
Is hereby given to all whom
Charter" ..I the First " ('..rt for Ike. Judicial proposed street laid. The clay from
State Batik ..t Kentinavill.and each It maY concern that on the 15th dav of already + \
IN ciitctrrr COOHT. BKVKNTH .I"'H- < Ireolt of tar. Htmtr of Klerlda. being duly svtorn ae\ ..rnlly acknowledged July. A. I I., I 916.' I shall apply to Honorable Mr. Alloway s pit across the railway OffIce Over Oaceola Pharmacy ' ,
CIAI. CIRCl IT Olf KI.OHIIIA IN I. and for Oaerola Co-naty. ,
that he executed the slime forthe T M Murphy judge of said track and in very conveniently located 'Phone Residence KB '
< haaerry.Itlll ,
court as JudKe of prolmte. for final
uses and purposes therein expressed my of excellent More Office 14S. , '
(.11 ANCKIl V. to (|ulrt Tit I... dlacharKTe ns ,administrator of U Iohr. aoi's qualty. ,, 4

1.\ .Jln Hutler Complainant.vs In Witness Whereof. I have hereuntos deoeHHed. and that at the same timeI sidewalk is to be laid and ;

Artbsir E. Uon....., Complainant. ''I'' t mv hnnd and affixed my Notarial will present to said court my final goon there will be a complete systemof )

"-.. Charles. B. Campbell Anna n. Rabbit Seal. this 22nd day 01 January. A. D.IHlti. ac..olnl. their RB administrator approval, of aid es- walks. H. D. GEIGERATORNEYATLW .

luLL TO UflKT TITLE Robert C I>,'nny. Walter U. I>enny. i I :Notarial' A. L HUNT. Hated January 1 A I II. 191S.VILLIAM Efforts are being made to build a ,

Kdnln M. llandall Kit rah 'r...,. ..d Julia, respondent Denny all being of the descendants aforesaid partlis and- 1'.1) Notary Public. Stnte of Florida 2-6mo. { l.olln. clay road from here to Dundee, and I ; J ,

My eotntniasinecpirea April 4. 1918STATK Administrator.y4o'rl'E .
John Tracy, her hoatiand and all par- heirs at law of Charles O Campbell interested parties from both communities /4, 'e

tire claiming Intr-rrsls under the .Id decensed. and all other parties claimIng OF* FLORIDA.COUNTY are working together for that Office State Bank Building '
thl. Bill
In the lands In
.asaed ReapeadrMta .r elfcrrwla*, described IntereslH under the said Charles O OF OSCE01.A. "'0 CMKUITOKN. purpose. There is plenty of excellent Klsslmmee, Fla. : s

ReapeMdrsit. deceased otherwise and Before me. the undersigned Notary road clay here in most convenient location ____
Campbell or Public In and for the state of Floridaat !. ( ..rt of the ("o...,. State _
Oni>KIt OP PUBLICATION Emma F R, Campbell sole surviving of .I.d.e. with of t-
Large, personally appeared A I. Klorlda. Oareela <"o. only a smal amount '
devisee of C. S. Hart deceased. Respondents. . L. . ,
Hunt. to me well known and known In re Estate of Milton S. Cowarer. overburden to DR C HAT .

T. All w..._ II May ComrtrmiIt to be one of the Individuals describedIn To all creditors, legatees, distributeesand Mr. C. C. ordered 1,000 I. '
Harvey ha
and who executed the foregoing all persons having claims or demands PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .. .
appearing from the sworn bill of OIIDKH OF l-I'm.M'ATION. imposed charter of the First State against said estate: roses and will put them out on about ,' 0at _

Complain tiled Interested In title cause thai there tank of Kensnsvllln and being duly You and each of you, are herebynotified oive-fourth acre on his lots in the south Klsslmmee' Fla. ,, _
In the
are parties property
To All Whom It ConcernIt sworn nowledged' that he executedthe and required to present any of town near Lake He t'fl _ _
May ,
Involved In this suit other than the for the uses and par Crstl Phone Office ItT vResidence eo ,
known Respondents and that the appearing from the sworn Bill otC..mpl..lnt same expressedIn purposestherein claims and demands which you, oreither grow them for cut and 141GEO. ( t ''I. _ _
of against
YOU have the
may ,
filed In this that thersare
names of auch parties so Interested are cause Witness -Whereof. I have hereunto estate of MUton H. Cow",..r. deceased will probalby construct for , 1 ,
Interested In the
unknown to the ('omplalnant. and that persons property set hand and affixed Notarial late of -.A'
my my Oaceola
county to the them. Several hundred roses have
Involved In this. cult, other than the Florida _
relief I. prayed In the said bill of complaint
Seal this 22nd day of January. 1916. undersigned .. '
estate ,
against said unknown Heapond- known Respondents and that thenames been ordered by others here for yard F. PARKER I : '
(Seal) JOHN II BAlSI>EN. within two years from the date _
ent. It I.. therefore. ORDERED that of such persons so Interestedare Notary Public State of Florida. hereof planting and Lake Hamilton may in ,

all parties claiming an Intere.t In the unknown to the Complainant and My commission expires December 16. Dated February 9. A. D. 115. time earn the name of the rose city i
that relief I. prayed In said Bill of
following described real property Altu 1S18. J. O. COWHER. ATORNEY.ATLWClecion.
ate In the County of Oaceola State Complaint against such unknown Respondents 8-8t Administrator. of Florida I _

of Florida to-wit. The Northeast Quarter ; STATE OF FLORIDA. The Lake Hamilton unloaded and i'
of the Northraat Quarter of Section It I.. therefore ordered. That all COUNTY OF SEMI NOLFJ. nurer CDye1C .
- 1C In Township ZJ South of Range 12 parties claiming an Interest In and to Before the IN THK IMSTHHT COURT nV THKI"MITKI -40,000 nurser cypress Specialties I
undersigned Notary
of Tallahassee Meridian do the following described property, sit' me. > STATRK. I N A N H FOR THE and a ground limestone last ,
appear Public In and for the state of Floridaat
P4 to the Complatnant'a bill of complaint uated In the County of Osceola and. Large personally appeared M. M .NOI'TIIKIIN lie niXTHICT OK FlOItlI1m week. Another car of lime is on the ill 1-1 Broadway :

on before the Rule Day In April. A. State of Florida to-wlt IRandolph ,
or Smith to me well known and knownto Young way here. ,
Lot three of Block "A" of W. APatrick BankruptIn
D. 11116. the came being the 6th day of be one of the Individual. who executed . Hamilton
A number of ladies of Lake
J. P Additionto ) F. KRIBBS
and Hughey's Jnnkrllpt.
.aid month. elsa the said bill will betaken the foregoing proposed. charter To the of Han G
.. con'feaied against them. the town of Klssimmee City. Osceola of the First Slate Bank of Kenansvllleand of Whlttler..r4Itor Osceola < and Ylunlt district and vicinity were most pleasantly .r' a "! .19 ;'

Anu It la further OltnEHKD that County. FloridA. according to being duly sworn, acknowledged. aforesaid : county entertained at the Craig home, IATORNEYATLW '

thla order be published once a the Plat of salil Addition on file In that he executed the same for the uses Notice la _
hereby given that on the last Saturday afternoon, in honor of I
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit ,
week for 12 consecutive weeka In the and purposes therein expressed. 24th day Court for Orange County ofwhich In witness whereof I have hns-emito relatives from the north. _ _
Journal weekly
Osceola a newspaper Young was duly adjudicated <1 Notification and Payment of tax ef .
published In the said County of Osce said County the ssld lands .set mv hand and affixed my Notiirlal a bankrupt and that a first meetingof Mr. and Mr$. Ralph Arnold entertained noo-reldent Driven careful. .

ola and of general circulation In said were at said date of filing said Plat Seal this 23rd day of January. 1916. his creditors will be h..1 at the office relatives from the north last I i'., I
said lot lying In the South-
County. a part : (Seal CHAS. D. URUMLKY. of Oeo. F "arker, KlNMlmmeFla .U.nton
Witness the Honorable Jamea W. last quarter of the Southeast ijiwirter Notary Vu bIle. Stat of Florida on the 17li day of Starch 1915 week. Klsslmmee, .. '

Perklna. Judge of said Court and my of Section Twenty-one of Township My commission; expires Dec. 13. 1917 at 3 o'clock I' M.. at which time the Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney returned

name a. Clerk thereof and the official Twenty-fl\e South Range 7-6t creditors may attend. prove theirclaims north last week. Pat Johnston a. P. Garrett ' 'I
Twenty-nine East of Tallahassee examine the bankrupt, elect
.eal of said Circuit Court. thIs the a i
Meridian Osceola County. Florida trustee and transact such other business JOHNSTON GARRETT '
First day of January. A. D. 1916. CAlL HO\\IIITM IMtlMAHVHLKcmoN. I
Circuit J. 1. OVEHSTIU- ET. do appear to the Complainant's Rill ofComplaint ns may properly come before said A GROWL.
( )
herein filed before the .
on or m..llnK.Tampn.
Court Seal\) Osceola A. Clerk of the Florida.By Circuit. ; 7th day of April. A. D. 1915. else the The city executive committee of the Florida. March 1st. 1915. (Published by Requeot of Subscriber.) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 5' ____

Court of JAMES M.County.JOHNSTON. : said Bill will Waken as confessedAnd "white m...'. party" met recently and T. M. SHAPKLKFOHH. JR.. Office 10, and 12 Cltlxen* Bank _ _
It Is further ordered that this formulated the following call for a I-l Referee In Bankruptcy. The following growl is from a 1
Deputy I order be published once a week for white man's primary." southern newspaper which Building ; 'l,
A. GARRETT. evidenty _ _
JOHNSTON twelve consecutive weeks In the VaJIcy The city executive committee of the
Counael for Complainant. 4-10t Gazette, a new.paper published In "white man's party" In the city of Kls- !!! Tilt niKTRKT COl'IlT OF THE believes southern farmers 11..lmm.. ,

said County of Osceola State of Florida simm,. hereby call and provide for I'NITFU' XTATKH. IN ANt) FOR THF versify their crops: 1

NOTICE! OF CONTKST.m and of general circulation In said holding: a "white man's" primary eleeV I.flei DISTRICT OF The average Alabama farmer buys Louis C. Masser T. Pletoa WarlW* ''I

I County. tlon, to be h.ld In the city of Klsslm- H. K. Cole canned and dried fruits likewise Late Counsel for Judge oft '
J I Interior Witness the Honorable James W. m.... In compliance with the law of Bankrupt ; R R. Comm. Criminal OowrC
I>. ar1 .mt ef t.e In .
canned He
other and
.tat... 0.1..... Perkins, Judge of said Court. and my the state of Florida said primary to To the creditors of H. Bankruptcy.El. ., drie goods. gets MASSEY WARLOW ,
1 name as Clerk thereof and the official be held during the hour fixed by law Klsslmmee. Osceola county and district up at the alarm of Cnnetet clock, I .

Gainesville Florida: February 1!. ll5. 1 seal of said Circuit Court. thla the Sth for the holding, of election, on Saturday' aforesaid: fastens his Chicago to his .ATOREYS.nd COUNSELB

; day of January. A D.. 1916.Official March 6. IMS. for the nominationof Notice I. hereby that on the ,
gl..n Detroit overalls washes his face with _
To Ira Lk Jamss, of unknown address ) candidates for city elective officesto ''
( I Seal Circuit Court 27th day of February the saidH Praetlo In all the of the Stet* .
contested: be voted for at the general electionto K. Cole Cincinnati soap in a Pennsylvaniawashpan oourt
J. L. OVERSTREET.Clerk was duly adjudicated a and of the United also
Circuit Court. be held In said city of Klsslmmce\ bankrupt a first meeting 1 of sits down to Grand Rapids the Florida Railroad tt8
You are hereby notified that I'olydoor a '.; .,
on Saturday March %7, 1916.issliflcstloaa io I.
JOHNSTON his held the officeof '
L"uKhman.Ior- A GARRETT. .dwWRlt. nt the Interstate Commerce Comml4k
Gh'I1I1'k. whu Klvt-s ( 1C1... .ra. Vans .. at Klsslmmee. table and eats Indiana hominyfried ,
Solicitors for -
3-12t Charleston
Ida. as his postofflce address dirt on Complainant. Those. and those shall 1-1 Bide. t. v,
only persons Fla. on .. 19th day of March in St. Joseph lard on a St.
1816. file III tills office hi. Luis Fla. ...I "
January be to vote Orl..n40 .
.rmlth.d at or participate
1916. at S o'clock I' M. at which time
corroborated application to contest NOTICK OF lTl'.Tfl.N' TO AI'PL'- stove. Then he puts a St. Louis
duly In the of said
and secure the cancellation iff your FOR I.I-n-IKII I'ATK.XT.Notice election."'mut who are white electors. primary who the creditors, examine mav the attend. prove elect theirchilms ,: on a Tennessee mule plows the f.r liIAl'r"r"r"I7 "

homestead. entry) No III tr.tH. scrjHl No Is hereby given that the ii!, lure 1 heir adherence to the princi- trustee and transact hAnkrlll. business -, covered by an Ohio inortga e. When LlJJ F. .
01161K. made March Z4. 1913. for SK1-4 Undersigned ple ami orKnnlEAtten of the 'whitemail's" H JEKNS'
26 S. will apply to the governor as may properly come before said bedtime comes he reads Bible printed -
fiWl-4 section 19. township pnrty In the city of Klsslmmee, 'iiI.z.i _
of .the state I of Florida I at Tallahassee, meetIng
range 27 K. Tallahassee. meridian who are !by the laws of the city 1' Florida March 8 in Chicago says a prayer writtenin
and as ttrounds for his contest h. al- on the 16th day of Mnrch. A D. 1915.] lawful* electorwho have TlmPl. M SHAf'KLKFOItn 19'1. Jerusalem, and crawls under a SURVEYOR

leKea that said Ira 1. James tins never for letters patent. I incor.orating. the on or before February 12. 1 1416, paid Referee In Bankruptcy. I. :
been on said land only to do a littlework First State Hank of Kennosv, . underthe their poll taxes for the years 1918 and H-l blanket made in New Jersey, only t Fraternity nan

and has never stayed on aald following. proposed charter the 1914. who have registered up to and be kept awake by an Alabama ,
has not .lieen on said original) of which" Is now .>n tile in HOI'TIIKH I TII.ITIKfl COMPANV.Notice '
land overnight March
the office of the wecretflry of state of Including 6. 1915 and who which is about the only home-raised Klseimmee, Flpi. .
land In 16 months. .pledgeUKHI'Helves to abide by the renull -
I Florida Is hereby I v'n that t the annual S. R. T.
notified the auld state of K product on the
You are. therefore. further ...f FIJI 'id primary election and vote ...t't stockholders place. "
that thu acid ulleKHtloiis will 1m tak.nus WltnexH our imTnr-n' this hat day ofJanuar for t till ,nominees thereof at the ensuliiK m..lhK h. ofthe .
A l I. l WI5! ti lilt h's Company. will beheld ,
confessed andour further Haiti right entry. to will heheard I ) O. K HOTHWKLUM cit! v election.ioslifleatio.s at the office. of the companv. KIsslmmee. A good way of stiffening the bristles DR M. HICKS
be canceled without ( Osceola conntv. Florida,
M on of hair brushes is
either hefon* I this office I or on ThoH<- a n.1 I only hose persons shall } atr4ashing
March, 191T. at I 12 .Iock
I Tuesday.
appeal. If you full tn file III thlH office I I'I II F. FgJITI KlilC."I ( !I.<. ,pennl I 11 e.1 to become cand t dates for noon for the .. 23r.1" of dlre,-tors. for to dip them into a PHYSICIAN and SURGEON #
within twenty flays after the FOURTH' offlc1. H to be voted for In said primary j jflections I of milk and and then
nnd for the transaction quantities water
j the ensuing vcar -
; :; I It V. I'll I I 11.1.11'S.A I '
of this retire, us themselves '
publication u ho pledge In
of and all I that Office Bank
L Hl'NT.PAI'I any hl..ln..a maycome before the fire.
below, your nnswer. under oath I writing to ..1 l>1 tde by the result of said the meeting dry Stt BudlC bi

Irallv responding I" I these .. {,1"'lf-1 l K TFtl'DKI.L. prtmarv flections alibi, support the nornin Hated h..tnr.New Tot it. NY. March 4th 'Phones: 'I '
.1 T 1 I'II-\'I'Y.' '
of .contest tu..O..r with* due "ro,, I i H. then fO f. who are qualified under 1916.1 It.14enc. 40 ,
I. II I Hit \VI DK \ .
you IIRVW served a cupy ofour HIIIW i >>' th. IUHK of Ih. state of Florid and T W MO K FAT. .
K: I'lt\NKl.lN:;.
on the suld contestant either III p..r..11or city of K iMHlm m,-e to hold office Il-2t Secretary : ,,
bv reKlstered mall. list of OlTlcf.. to ll* Killed.Kucb ,e''r. i

You should slnte In your answer th,' YOCNiJ.IIIOIOSKD ; elector In the city of Ktnslm- J. W. THOMPSON , "

name of the pimlolTlce to which you -- tne.> quail flcil to vote In said primary C.W.GR1FF1NStaple t. 4
d. 81re future nolle. tit lie ... lit to ) OU 'IIUITF.IIOF Kilt XTNTATK li < .11"1.hllil. have the right to vote 1 ,

I'KItltY M CDI.HMN. : HANK OF K K\ % ..\ 11.1.1:. tn Haiti pi hoary for ,ilnllles V i .t to sclioolOn _

Iter.-l I ver Ki\ >!M> Il.I.!;. KI.OIUI. < nitCandida' te r.(': mayor. a lawn I hi in-h nlci Ino ciml. FUNERAL DIRECTOR I I
nato of first piiMlcatlon February ( me en rid III,a to cli l h I H'v"1 ilii-Hfl., H. fresh I ii clean, and
19. I lliirIliite > The undersigned Ini orpora torH' herebv "ne eheIldltIhto for 1' en; **rer. t Seven, heada of gruel* n slien FancyGROCERIES I ,

of second pul.lleatioii, KehruniI'ate \ B.. ..clal.' t hemf. *. l\ es to".-tti., I for "n*. ran.II.It., 4for mat ,and tax1' ..ndLCENSED I
"W. must be polll. ..;ild I th" % .
26. 1916. the 11111 P..H" of I I.ei online Im n i...rati 'Iiiit1 coll < t or. ,
l of third publication M.irch 6. tot iIliiig H corin.i, .it ion. under ai'.ll. 'I'ii ft rnndtdnti *, for menibi-rs of "Vi \ o' '\ Mw| .1,H .|,. I

jill 1 5 l.vlitue of 'Ihe I.-IUH of Hi. Hint' ofKloridii. cttv conru II for \\ o \ ,'hliN at h Sit up HI"d, I,* u iai'.-. tolilI EMBALMER ,' .
I Date of fourth publication. March 12. I with iinO under I the followingproposed r'lve: memlM rs \uf i x> rtitU I e committe I Wlnje i i our little I ln.i.KM vi holil '. ,

1916. 9-4 chart r I .- (or dinye.i: r i I IIIitMN i 11,1 t x 1 iii I ml, nil I.'I ."', .
1 r 'line.for .|....IIf' I log. Ihe idle ,. \ i - Store and tKI.'mmee.

NIITICK (lr' A."I'A. IMIKNT.TO I The name of the corporation si..ll Kn rb ;".r..11 d]< sit t tier I t.. have, his :110.,'_ h'' 11.Iiti., )iiitt'| to t..ta ri-in' ) IITI'I, still.I t I Chapel, Stew.r Aye ,

C. "'. lilt I h' ''. AMI A 1.1. OTIIKIIINTKItlOH'l be the I Flint Slate llnnk ,.t Kin IIH\ I lie. iarn IJrIIlI..d on II h-, pri .niarv i lert Ion .\ oil ne\i.r .\\ "I i ,ii li Ii. r f ht i Free Delivery to all Partscf _ _
"1)1)) l-Alt'l'IKKl and Its place ..( buHim MM Mbnl) II(' 1 In I the ballot 11 H a ".njll.I"I., for. any, < 11 v .
Notice Is hereby given that I. I. H.Ingram town of Kfnansvllle. In the county of orrire shull ni4- will the chairman of I''..!" I.. I' Hi ... till- laKS I *b"CityH. F. ,teI.
sheriff of Osceola county stnte 1 Osceola an/1 stnte of Florida this commit ti'.*. on or b..tor. K. bruar\ Shi! l.lllKlit ,.ll rhul.l.> lilll J'"H

Klorida,1iavo this dRY levle-1 a writ /I. 24. 191:;. IIH) ,,oli'e. of ramlUlacy ji mlappllcHtlou Hi.W to' k. .' r dl'MM HO; I
of The of the business \ h.ivf hlH And her r. . 1. and t.\\ 1-1 t -- .
of attachment .Usueii In the suit of John !general nature to natu HO printed =-- -

Kav atralnst C. W Hruna now peniMiiB to he transacted Khali be that of a u IMIII a blank: to be f urn I"I..1. 1 b\ .\ I.. lu.u I ti. t .ul n llf" -- - When In Need ore $, 'i
general banking bunlness I with the rhal i man of t tillS t <.mmllt.l n i d I , ,, ,
In the circuit court nf the Seventh Judicial ; pow.rNincident ,I'l i fi.iri, '" ills "T'l'I .i".l I -t ti I Ifellil '
circuit. In and for Osooola county. t thereto as proIded I by tbe itcctiiltiiini.i| lit 11na. "imm nt of h IH ,,s- \ t... oll.I S I \ I I iloA.M H. E. BAILEY VETERINARY SURGEON 'f i.'

Florida. (the following described statutes of the state of Florida.. Hfftninnf UN ii l' lflIi 10"1"\ >\\ .1 rid I noname 'Oi isicil. U Ii. % ll l llll tO M'll For- : J . '
upon Oaceola 11'. of nov mini eaiihi31., .hall I b- -al

property situated In county.described The amount of capital, stork of said ,printed tipon. r.r I onnt..fl or rein, tied If Seli di.lllcn, Kt W ,.. \\ill. and Paper Hanging I ,
Stale of FlorIda. more particularly corporation shall be Flfte.n 1 Thousand pt Int.Ml upon cut h 1."I..t. (mil KH t hit* I i.iih: I i.n. I. ..,." ti i' ..1, .411,1, "p. '1 Painting A F. RICHMOND ft.Horses .

aa follows to-wit. flS.OOOOO Dollars to tie divided intoOflC provision shah n coin pi led \\ I lie ail,I I Illtlired' ll'i\\ .ire II \
All fractional section one (1). all hundred and fifty shares of thepar with And Itliid urn.1) Kenll.In tlnlr play INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTY Clipped. II and "*' , ,

fractional section ten (10). eleven (11) value of fine Hundred Dollars Form of llnllot. - -- up

nnd twelve ((12) : all section thirteenII ( $100) each to be paid In cash.. .. 21 Mal.l.ette Street "
section fourteen The voting In Hah) primary el i 11. LETTKKS.: Loughman Road
all fractional /
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( ; b. frwt) Hecond cholcibul I'CLIIIII
IV. ami
(14). fifteen and sixteen (16) the north- .hAi. by l"IH..lmn, 1'11. Mnn h I 1. 1 I.'i.I 1deltiHeil 'Phone lll-J Kls.imm.e Fla. ? ? ?
for which salil In with the
The term corporation rompllanci proIHlnnRof ;
K. of Ihu norlhwi list fol 1.t
fast ouarter! (N 1-4)) \ I ' tvvi. W .k.
V.'. 1-4 south shall exist shall be ninetynineyears. the state prlmarj laws. 4.1141 "ITV t< tl' Wllendlng *
quarter (N. E. 1-4 of N. ; SMturr.r. Mrs John. p'ar. JViii "r .
4. names nf the ,'al,< s for earS office .
northwest, quarter (8 1-2 of 1llat. March 16, 19t.r>
half of the .
and south half of .....cllon.ev..nt..en V. nhal"I I,. n the ballot Inalphah..t Aliderm.o J \V Itncon. 4' 2'lul"R ERNEST GREEli fo;
N. W. 1-4)). I M. TILLER L '
The business of tile said corporationshall leal order.
S 1-8 of Sec 17)). all In (' Mla Sadie l 1', "". T..r.
be conducted by the following", i'anvasa of
n..turu. Crothen.: Kllia. Harris..n. '
south :
township twenty-six (2ft range officers: This committee, ..hal meet at 8 Mrs j Hlk. JV, Hy.TMV Sign Write and Deeoratlr .
according .
thirty-one (31) east containing in the A president one or more vicepresidents o'clock p. m. on day of March Mover Mr :and Mrs S I. I'.-, In. '' Rear Estate Agency.flfltfl.tflfltflafl.t..flea.l, I j jRealty ,
te the United States surveys a board of seven directors I a 1916, In the city council chamber of the cox Mrs. Ted ; Mr \VofTord. sr ; Painter \
state of Florida. B.76S 90 acres. situated cashier and such oth..r officers andemploye I city of KlBBlmmee, and publicly canvas 11. 11. SIMPSON:;, 'L

In Osceola county. Florida. excepting- a. the corporation may authorise. the r..turn. In accordance with Postmaster 1
and reserving; however. out of the . The board of directors may the 4Ja.e.ot. Florida > bought and told. Tbone 28S. ft *

above described premise twenty (J0> appoint subordinate officers and employes. and declare what : .. been -
.ores on.. lobe easterly shore of LI"eO.k 'with .ch power., duties and nominated for each office voted for. General Tonic Houses rented. I- I.' C

lake now. used and improved>...'., terms of office as' they may prescribe.or 'and the chairman and secretary of this v w_ Ne '. Taxes paid and Title verified-; ', I P. A. Vans ACMW W. a rawf '-
be by the bylawsnot within t..o.ay.. thereaf I Ta
plantation. provided .
banana a. Mo a* may mltee r C *.! T .
*-** L. H. I N R.A Inconsistent with the banking ter. the names of those |I The Old S"Or'. Tu for ?.
sheriff of Osoeola County.-Florida. 1WIL candidates receiving the nomination ) VANS AGNEW A CRAWFORB *

; . "' , office to tb* city authorities d Tol I became contal tIM Fires Lf. At I ; .'. #
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.( the stockholders at each annual meet* party for the offices to be voted for well .oQU .I" -

Tev drarytat will refusal o..y U A%O Ing. All other offIcers -and employe* at the general election to b. held IRON. It set*o the .: I-I 5 citlasa.' aIk '

O.ltTIIaN1'.u.Io..... say of . hall be elected annually by the board March 17th. Uli. |' a Brricbe tIM D By -
.aaee41k...... -Piles In 61o..del.. of director Tb. anual meeting of A-11 .. 'o J J a Buflng' .

Tile ..-appIjcDu.1CeM- u4..... tb* tockholder* shall be held 9. the, For the B.rp of defrayln th* .x- Wo 8, IIOI eee *. 4) "

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I purchased z .by the. 'Woman. *'. Improve-. : that*,!* the,Urn*. appointed', to dear -4 1"FOa' ". '.,'
( all leave and broken CHEATERS,
Cloud dub. away they *
1I\.IIt :
,St; Mr.'aDd Mr*.- Eden B. Dalbey entertained branches from\tne\ KrA"'". .i-' &'L'ttta'1S: "5-rooai.: .sata i-M.n.
at 6 o'clock dinner on Monday Mr. Alex Bronson is busy. planting Wan A. : real e4 I ;
corn \ Caslaw ( uraace, 20Z Broadway. ''
1 a.Mr 'evening' ', In honor 'of Mrs.' Dal this week. \ a' r't
," and Mrs.George Goodrich bey's Mr. and Mrs. Amos Owing to, the orange bloom and The local theater have.bad 'good .
,'who Kiehl. whoa forty-ninth: wedding anniversary many other flowers, Mrs E E.Brown' run of pictures during.the pact weak FOR ,,TRAD8--N.w Ml Terttcal' teed r
lure been spending some Urn with "Runaway .June" sewing maehln..or lira' stock
It...... Coven were ,laid bees are very" busy gather is scoring a successat .
,, Mr. Coodrich's mother, started Wednesday the guests were ing- honey. the Grayston casino. -The install.Jl11 FOR BAUD OR TRADE for horse and poultry farming Implements. 8W. .
twelve. Among
moraine' for their" ,',home,.in for Rev. D., N. Dittman, former pastor of Mr. Fred Paul and family have have been already' shown and wages one ,S cy.. Buick in good .'Downing. ,' ,, < 7-tf

Bangor, Me. {' second church of Greensburg, Pa..' moved the Parker place of this city. the third will be on the ,screen Mon- condition, good tins; must tell or
'Graf the '
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad. .ft which the honor were memben. .i day night. The same theater and trade at'one,- A., )(.,Jones, V. O. FOR KENT OR SALE:-Two< Tuesday morning for their home at of Mr. and Mrs.guests Klehl will leave' :... ... . ... . . . . . ..... nonnces for tonight a fire reel pictureof Box ?ZI, Kissimmee. ..7tf tore building OD Brack St...No Ja'Kt..rwu.
Lismore. Minn., after some tint spent f
the Now .... B.' Stanford !9-ft
17th O speclaeulaN Yo.k.hippo.
for their home on March having .
with Mr. Grafs.father and his sister THURMAN CITY. drum. "
. enjoyed their stay at SU Cloud very proauraonAmerica, Showing MONEY TO LOAN-Applications re- ;
Mrs. Charlie Feathers. 0 all of the SALE .,
leading event in the hi. leans FOR OR TRADE-A five-pas{
Mr., and Mrs. .Joseph L. Congleton' much. ... . . .... . .. .. ......... tory our continent Sl75l.fop from $100.00 to Overland .
$10,000, on improved and anger Paul McKee.11t
Dr. George Parker, of Kissimmee off of unimproved car
who have been spending the winter at
was a caller at St. Cloud Sunday.M. Mr and Mrs* W. C. Skinner, Mr. ing: Columbia) till the town property and farm land ;
St. Cloud, left Tuesday morning but. M. McDonald, who has been inSt. and Mrs. W. C. Senslba and Mr. Mey the Panama canaL Another feature Interest 8"% straight' Interest pay.
will visit .Jacksonville and St. Avgus Cloud since January 9,.last, leaves ers attended the fair at Orlando.We fllm, "The Battle of the Sexes," is announced able annually or end-annually. ALE OR EXCHANGE for

tin before returning' to their home at for St. Petersburg', where he will re- noticed quite a few people fromKissimmee for next Tuesday.At Time: One to ten years. Applicants property close In town, five acres of t'
Collngdala' Penn. main until Mr. McDonald has on our streets Sunday.Mr. the Dixie. for loans will please give description land one-half In cultivation, balance
_r Mr. Sammie Albert.In who has been friends and mauves in St. Petersburg and Mrs. Allen were the guests The Gasparilla carnival pictures will i location, and valuation of rood timber; all under fence; land ,, \ i
pending the winter our Wonder of Mr. and Mrs. Roll Overstreet last be shown at the Dixie '
but says he has had a good time in tomorrow af- property offered as security for suitable for trucking: or fruit grow
City, left Tuesday morning for his Sunday. ternoon and night There three loan. State '
Cloud and is glad he came. are improvements and valuation ing. Six-room house, plastered and
: home at Pine Island and Minn. St.Frank H. Farris, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs W. A. Skinner and i reels of films and it would not be sur- of same. work stained; deep well; good barn;
Mrs. of
Mrs. Lambert Gray, his in St. Cloud, left for Sylvester Meyers were recent guests prising if some Kissimmee peoplewere We want county representatives to two outhouses and three chicken :
Kisiimmee, were St. Cloud visitors on parents of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. seen in the movie receive '
: Are in for houses
applications loans '
his home in Muskogee, Okla., Monday you ap- ; one mile from depot; price \
Wednesday.Mr. 22. He enjoyed the good Mr. and Mrs. W. Lanier and fam- It'? A six-reel feature, the 'Great praise property, and serve a. our $2,000; terms., Apply to owner, K. '
and Mrs. Craig and daughter, February Cloud but said he would ily were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Diamond Robbery," will be shown at exclusive representative. Attorney P. Butler.WANTED .
who have been spending the winterf times at St. and this house ".
himself. much had Stephen Acree family recently.Mr. Monday and followed the or real estate man preferred. Ap>-
f the Haven, left Thursday for a have enjoyed been with him.more and Mrs. Bert Dickinson and next day, Tuesday, by an eight-reel plicanta for loans, and applicants TO BUY-A good milch :
few days trip to Tampa and St. Pet- his better of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Allen Abbott were Sun- production of Hall Caine's novel, "The for agencies positively required to cow; must be fresh and cheap; also "'
I ersburg. On account day callers on W. C. Sensiba and Christian." Johnny Jones and wife furnish at least two character references a few swarms of Italian bees. Call .
left Saturday
_' ( Mrs. Lllla Goodrich and Mrs Morris George Meorehouse Orlando sanitarium.Mr. wife.Mrs. were seen the first part of the weekat and forward postage five at or address 1108 Mabbett street "*
", Hoodrlch spent Tuesday at Kelley's morning for the have been Stephen Acree has been on the Dixie in vaudeville and juggling two-cent stamps, for application ll-tf v:
Hill. Cloud s. two months the sick listDickinson acts. They were well liked. I II I blanks, full! particulars; and prompt
Mrs. Will Barber and daughter returned In St. for the past ) and I Abbott have rented reply. Write Southern Office, a
to Kissimmee Wednesday and made many friends who are sorryto the Wade Lanier place. FLOKIDIANS AT CAPITAL; Southeastern Mortgage Loan Assn., 1- New York.-Moses Wooler cele

,y morning after spending several days know of the illness of Mr. Moore- Mr. W. A. Skinner and wife spent I MORE APPOINTMENTS Fourth Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Atlanta bested his 100 birthday with a partyat
which he
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Caldwell louxe. Thursday at Southport.Mr. Washington.-Two well known citizens Ga. 9-u made encouraging efforts
The Ohio association will meet Luther Jacobs is nursing to learn the tango. Wooler
a of Hartow
Fla. who
have been
I at 2 P. M., in tive he will live to be and it's
March 10, 140
received in Wednesday carbuncle his right hand. WANTED
; Word has been our city on spending the last few days here, are -Orders for cypress field
that the mother of D L. Rice died on the W. R C. grove if weather is fair Mr. Stephen Acree and son, Albert, J. .J. Swearmgen and R. C. Hatton. boxes. Prices right Oscoela Lum- his greatest ambition. He smokes
d Sunday afternoon at Washington, D. and warm, and if unfavorable will and Mr and Mrs W. A. Skinner were The postoflTice department announces ber A Furniture Co. 21 -tt five to ten cigars every day, besidesa ..
14 in old GAR. hall. All you pipe and consumes s beaker of im- .
C. Mr. Rice has the sympathy of meet in Kissimmee Monday on business the following Florida ,-
the community in his bereavement. Ohio people who desire to see the association Mrs Wade Lamer and children, pohtoffice appointments: FOR LOAN on city approved realty ported beer with each meal. "Tobaccoand ( .
re. I Lamb have succeed, come out and takea snent the later part of the week in for ale have kept me healthy," he
Mr. and Mrs. L. D mov- Armstrong, St. John county; Ruzy one or more year, $500. Ad-
( ed into their beautiful new bungalow part in the program Cissimmee, the guest of relatives.Mr. McL Floyd, to succeed C. A. Uauzens dress P. O. Box 127, Kissimmee, Fla. told an interviewer, "and" I'm better
C. Pratt, of Peekskill, N. than Iota of men at sixty. He walks
'' Ohio William S. Acree and Mr. Roll Over who .
1 = on A weenie avenue.roast was given by the' Y., spent a day in St. Cloud last week., street have sold their oranges. resigned.Kuyesville, ;Jackson county: CarrieL. DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M daily without a cane, reads the papers
his old friend, Ed L. Depew.Mr. glasses and never has been
sl Cloud visiting! Tiller.
of St. Tuesday .
young people with K uyei< This is a new office ill.
t 4 evening at the lake front, quite a good Pratt was well pleased our o 4 Lake P <'kett. Orange county: Lucy
crowd in attendance in spite Wonder City.J. L succeed FOR SALE-Several nice young Jer-
being Sykes, to II. II Moore,
F who has been spending o UNION CENTER. 4 When boiling wet the shells
Kehler eggs
P. ,
I of the cold, and a good 1 time was reported who resigned sey cows, Just fresh. S. W. DownIng -
to o 0 thoroughly in cold water before
the winter at Haines City came drop-
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e by all present. St. Cloud Tuesday evening to attend 1 . ..OOOI) OOOO Valkaria, Brevard county: Florida ping in the boiling water, and they
Mr. and Mrs. H II. Preston who 1)I floss, to succeed Ella Svedolius, will not crack.
'j have been spending some weeks the dress parade given by the veterans Mr and Mrs. Wetheibee, Mr and who resigned STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.60

pleasantly in our city, left Wednesday of the civil war VI rs. Reed, and Mrs Cross motored to Announcement is made of the establishment for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.60. All! THE INVIGORATING
l" i Florida Theobold, who Peach
morning for lung Island Mrs. /ouirhmart Saturday. of the following Florida plum, pear and cherry trees
r Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman of Kismm been one of St. ('loud's residents from Mrs John' (i?prdes, was called to postoffires: Cokesberry, St. Johns at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light- PINE FOREST!
of the beginning of the town, recently Vithita. Kans., where her foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf ..
?; mee, was the guest on Wednesday where she will son seriously county; Rocky, Levy county. How it clears the throat and head
Mrs. J. K. Conn. went to Jacksonville Her ill at Saint Francis' hospital. ------ of its mucous ailments. It is this
., A. E. )Drought was a business caller make her homefor some time hric is little hope for his recovery Some women imagine that they are FOR SALE-Ten room boarding and spirit of Newness and Vigor from the
at Kissimmee on Monday. many friends are sorry to !learn of her and these good people have t the paying\ their husbands great compliments rooming house, corner Broadwayand health giving Piney Forests brought

e W P. Lynch is quite ill at this leavinj sincere sympathy of the good people when they say they are not as Brack street Would trade for back by Dr Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
t writing. John J. Johnston and Mr. Myles leftSt. in this community mean as they used to be. smaller property; two lots and good Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle

' We are sorry to learn that Mr. and Cloud about 9 o'clock Saturday Ira and Nellie. Wetherb&e& called on I' The difference between plain and barn. Would exchange for small today All Druggists, 26c
t Mrs. Slawson, who went to the hospital night for Live Oak lake. They returned 'h-R. Sullivan Sunday afternoon. He fancy sowing; m exhibited in the but- improved farm. W. M. Siver. 8-tf I Electric: Bitter a Spring Tonic.

at Orlando last week, are not in about three hours with i..s node, ,ill at his home at East Lake. ton holes which a woman works in Her
tl much improved as yet. with ninety-three fish, all caught with A number of people from St. 'loud husband's shirts and in her own shirtwaists ---

W Mr. and Mrs. Ira Goodenough, from two hooks and two lines, without theassistance enjoyed a picnic at Boggy Creek Friday **fr4-e M"M M>< M frC" e-W-M .

r' Pranklin, N. Y., who are spending the of a _boat Some_ fishing! I The "ra7orl>a<'ks", feasted on I( I

( winter nt KiHRimmee.; ; were the guests I then picnic lunch arid the engine in I A WONDERFUL[ [ HEALING{ INFLUENCE
t ., on"W do"eJ'rM;; ; .n'M; s. William I 4 4. their bout le/usod to "jr<>" but they This CuresRheumatism

Tuttle, of St. Cloud. seemed to make the bc"t of their mis
c Anson McGill spent Monday at Kis < fortune's Mr and Mrs French remained [ IN KIDNEY I .
overnight with Mr. and Mrs.
simmee on business I OOOOOOOOoOOOOOOOO <-
Lieut. S. J. Entriken left Monday Wetheibee
,1 for a trip to the east coast. I Mr Ernest Parker and family have Mis Julia Dillion is ill at her homeon A year and a half ago I was taken
with; attack of trouble
their old home in Perth a severe Kidney
v removed to the island. Her many friends wish
Miss Gladys Saunders and Miss Kit-
h that pained me to such an extent that
Kan Their friends hated to
tie Marsh spent the week-end with many her a speedy recovery had be Was ",
rrorphine to given
me. "
r see them leave. I Joe Harvey and Evelyn Smith attended
,, Mr. and Mrs. McNuland, who resideat I I attended by a doctor who pronouncedit
Mrs. W. C Mcleod, from Braden- the box social at East: Lake
Narcoosee. Stone in the Bladder and There has been lot of scientific about Rheumatism
town is visiting her mother, Mrs. N. schoolhouse Saturday night Owingto as pre- a "guessing" ,
The Zimmer sisters left Monday for A O' erry. the inclement weather there was scribed Lithia Water. 1 took Lithia but it's pretty well proved that Uric Acid in the blood is what makes 3 !
a concert tour of the southern part Blanche entertained of I Water and Tablets for some time and I the trouble.
Miss Nance a only a small crowd but the sum
+ of the state. They will be absent few of her friends Saturday evening!' 75 realized which will be used stop'I I
( $8 ,
Kidney weakness to filter the blood to rid of
1 1 about two weeks. ped some the system
Fruits, candles and cakes were served toward the completion! of the new Baptist
v; The lake was a popular place last! and the evening was pleasntly spent. church. later having some Swamp-Root in the waste matter, results in the accumulation of uric add.
Sunday afternoon. Seemed that house I decided to try it and felt
every- little
I Mr. and Mrs. W. Lanier and The following guests were entertained
body and their little ones were eitheron of home Sat much relieved. While taking the second The passages become clogged; with deposits-this sets up an
G. B Lawson
daughter, Maggie, were guests at the
the shore or on the lake. bottle began to pass Gravel in the irritation which affects the kidneys and bladder and the final result ,
Mrs N. A. O'Berry Sunday afternoon. night The Misses Turner, Miss
urday :
'f W. Verrinder, First N. Y. cavalry, Miss Bessie Garrett spent Sunday Crowder, Mr. Turner, Rosier Lawson urine until I had passed in all at leasta is an inflammation. --

whose home is in Rochelle Park, N. with Miss Flossie Bryant. and Mr. Irby of Kissimmee, Everett half dozen or more and have not suffered When the inflammation sets in you are in serious trouble-

v4 J., was a St. Cloud caller on Monday. Mr. Floyd Bronson, of Shingle Smith, Aaron Story, Ben and Claude the slightest since-and in all don't allow it to go that far-get ahead of it.-avoid dangerous

I I Mr. Verrinder was accompanied by Creek, was a visitor in this city Sun- Barber, Mr. Barber and Mrs. liar. ; have taken one bottle and a half and complications-start early and use
his wife I feel very grateful to Swamp-Root.

f .Mr.. and! Mrs. D. C. Bower_ ,, moved day.Mrs.. W. C. McLeod and Miss Earn- vey Mrs.and Wetherbee children. will be hostess at I Yours veryt ruly, I NYAL'S STONE ROOT COMPOUNDThis
into their new home on Indiana ave- H W. SPINKS,
k nue Wednesday.Miss estine Brown"aCl"ompanif'd a crowd of a "sociable social" next Camp Hill, Ala. preparation will restore the kidneys to their normal condition
:tv Bench little folk out violet picking Sunday Everyone is invited and Personally appeared before me this cleanse the blood of poisonous waste matter, start rich red bloodcoursing
Fowler entertained a afternoon. refreshments will be served.
!. light 36th of 1909, R. W. through your body and keep you in excellent health.
day August
few of her friends at her home in Miss Wilm0. Bambi !Ij3( of Indiana, Mts. Chas. Williams and children 1. \
,_west St.' Otoud Monday evening. The is visiting her friend, Mr3.; B. R. Gar- and Mrs. Grier Munn visited Mrs. Spinks, who subscribed the above We are not recommending a patent medicine-this is a prescription
party"was given in honor of Bertram Smith and. Evelyn Friday afternoon. statement and made oath that the medicine composed of drugs of known virtue-we know what

Powell, who has been visiting at St. rett.Mies Ernestine Brown was the I Work is progressing aiicely on the same is true in substance and in fact. they are and that is why we are so sure of our ground.

s, 'Cloud for the winter and will leave guest of Miss Blanche Nance Sunday new home of Mr. Sam Barber on Boggy A. B. LEE, Certain relief from kidney troubles-in 50c and $1.00 bottles. 4'

(for his home in Nebraska this week. Mr. Coy Reaves was a visitor }In this Creek. When completed this will= Ex. of Justice of Peace. Whatever a good drug store ought to have-and many things .

'There'were eight couples to enjoy city Sunday.Mrs. be one of the nicest and most comfort- Letter. to that other drug stores don't keep-you'll find here. Come to us first

the singing, dancing, party games and Lucy Bronson and children, able homes in tins c' mmunity l>... Kilmer.. Co.lllnKhnmton. . and you'll get what you want.
delicious refreshments served Miss -- --- -- X. 1'
by Violet and Elton went to Loughman
Fowler. Everyone enjoyed themsel- Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Daily for Legislative Session. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do ;

Yea to the greatest extent, C. R. Hambigc, of Indiana, is The Tallahassee True Democratwill For You.

4 t! J. A. McIntosh, a knight of the visiting her sister, lyirs. Minnie Gar- be issued during as a large session eight of page 191r Send ten cents to Dr. KilrfVcr A Co., x

fed composing stick and rule, was a St. morning daily All legislative; proceeding Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size
l # : Cloud visitor on Monday. He left on rett.Mrs.. Adam Yates and childrenwere legislature without bias Price for bottle. It will convince anyone. You

the morning train for Orlando. here Sunday with her sister, I. reported Send remittanceto will also receive a booklet of valuable .
entire session $1.00. -
H. C. Stanford and wife, of Kissim- i Miss Mary Lamb. True Democrat, Tallahassee, Fla information about the kidneys and : t l' I. (

x jt .' mee, were business callers at St. :, Misses Blanche Nance and l rnest- - -- - bladder. When writing, be sure and
,h 's Ooud Wednesday. ine Brown went horseback riding Sunday Soiled spots may be removed from I mention the Kissimmee Valley Ga- :
;' + The library will be open each Tuesday afternoon. white silk or satin by rubbing them zette. Regular fifty-cent and one- Quick Delivery Telephone 41

' and Saturday in the room over I Everyone is getting ready to go to with a fine flannel cloth dipped in a dollar size bottles for sale a- all drug '

r the city hall until a building can be Pleasant Hill cemetery Saturday as 'little alcohol or ether. I stores. 11-4t : .

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: buying, $5.00 worth we will everything goes-Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Men's Furnishings and buying $5.00 worth we will

'''' give $2.50 in Gold. Shoes-at from 20 to 40 pr. ct. discount. This means that many give a $3.5O Free.Merchandise Pair. oF Shoe

things will be sold at less than original cost. Spring and Summer lJ)

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