The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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Kissimmae Concert Band
G. M. Sheatpuse: director, will SELECTED1'
bandstand on Broadway begin TO NATIONAL SHOOT WILL BE
-- ning at 7:30: () o'clock. The concert CHOSEN BY CONTEST.
: was postponed from the
Between 100 and
125 members of
MEETING OF ORGANIZATION -I on account 'of'',the Florida University OF WAGING ..WARFARE SENDS WORDS OF' ENCOURAGEMENT the Florida Trapshooters Association, PAIGN FOR RE-ELECTION TO

TO BE HELD AT. CITY I Minstrels, .whfch' were UPON TICKS AND THERE TO YOUNG MEN recently formed in Jacksonville will BE MADE FROM BANDSTANDON

COUNCIL HALL AT 9:30( ', billed here that night. Another ARE NOW SEVEN VATS IN OP., WHO ARE FATHERING MOVE. be guests of the Kissimmee Gun club BROADWAY AFTER BAND .,.
I band concert will be Sunday
at 3:30 o'clock.
ING, SAYS PRES. FANSLER.. I' ". The afternoon for tonight will\ COUNTY. CESS SEEMS SURE.. state shoot of the organization. SHOULD HEAR HIM. '
--- program i Kissimmee was selected as the -
I I betas : place for the tournament at the meet

BELIEVES TIME IS RIPE I Wajtz March,, Dream Our Director of the,-Fairies Bigelow OTHERS ARE PROMISEDSTEVE I PETITION FORWARDED ing, held when in the Jacksonville association last was Saturday per- BRYAN CLUB FORMED

I Johnson fected. The formation- the state


HELD IN ('0(1.11'1'11: ,\::'; Cnvalleria Rusti- 2.000 HEAD OF CATTLE WILL MATTER OF FORMING: COM present from gun clubs at St. SELECTED TO MAKE( UP LIST '


1MMRD( OF TRIHJ TO HELP Two step, Kentucky Home, :NEW EDEN PLANTATION BEGINS APPEAR BRIGHT FOR CREDITABLE Kisnimmee club. whit( St. Cloud was .; )) Y.lIGHT.: AT CITY

BOOST I'LVN.: Donaldson WORK. ORGANIZATION. represented by C. E. Carlson and S. COUNCIL!: HALL.
Trombone Listen
Novelty to J. Entrikin.

Truck growers in Ohoeola county that Dixie HandCubb Osceola county, the premier cattle- Prospects for a military company Preparations are already being United States Senator Nathan P.

and' especially those in the vicinity of March, Araby -Berlin raising section of Florida, is soon to in Ki88iminee attached to the Second made here for the entertainment of Bryan, known here in Osceola county,

Kissimmee, who are members of the take her plane among the progres- Regiment, National Guard of Florida, the visitors and it is likely that the his boyhood home, as "Tobe," will address

organization known as the Kissimmee sive counties of the South who are appear blight at present and it is board of trade will take up the mat- the voters of Kissimmee and

Produce Growers, are considering the battling, against the tick, the dead likely that the company will be for- ter of assisting in the greeting of surrounding territory from the band

launching of a movement for an Os- G.A.R. ENCAMPMENT liest enemy to stock. mally mustered in by J. Clifford R. the gun club's guests. stand on Broadway at 8 o'clock '.

ceola county fair. Little over a year ago there was Foster, Adjutant General, within a The winning trapshooter at the This address, which was arranged i'

I According to S. T. Fansler, one of COMING HERE IN 1917 but one dipping vat in the entire few weeks. tournament here will go as the rep- by the Bryan club of Osceola county, ,.

the successful growers and presidentof county and that located at the load- Another meeting of the young men resentative of the Florida Associa- recently formed here, will be the key. ::

the organization, the matter will I ing pens of the Atlantic Coast Line who are fathering the movement was tion to the National Association shootto note speech of his campaign for re.

be the principal topic of discussion DELEGATES FROM KISSIMMEETO in KissJmmee, was nothing more thana held Monday night and 'plans were be held in St. Louis, where the national election. Here Mr. Bryan expects to

at the meeting of that body to bo held TAMPA MEETING THIS protection to other sections to again discussed. Over seventy have championship will be decided.As make a full and complete report of

in the city council room tomorrow WEEK LAND SESSION FOR which stock was shipped from Osce- signed the petition and more are ex- the representative of the Florida his work in congress, setting forth '

(Saturday) morning at 9:30 o'clock. NEXT YEAR AFTER A HARD ola county. Today there are seven pected to join 'when the actual 'train- association will have all expenses his record for the approval of the

The truckers believe, according to .GIIT-LOCAL MEN MADE dipping vats in the county, with work ing of the men begins. At the meet- paid besides an opportunity to try for voters.

Mr. Fansler, that more benefits will OFFICERS. starting on another and several oth- ing Monday night the {following letter national honors, there will\ be keen The Nathan P. Bryan club effecteda

be obtained from a fair.held in KIS-. I ers in contemplation.A from Adjutant General Fosterwas rivalry at the shoot here. preliminary\ organization at a
which the of this The 1917 G. A. R. State Encamp- of the credit for this meeting held at
simmee at products large part read amid enthusiasm: An additional trap will be Installedat on Tuesday night
exhibited than from ending ment will be held in Kissimmee some work is due to the educa- the council hall to
section are systematic State of Florida, Military Department the gun club's grounds here in or- city pursuant a
't.J, Osceola county products to some time in March *>r April of that year. tional work done by B. E. Evans, Office of the Adjutant General der for the large number of shooters call signed by some sixty or .more '

other city for exhibition. This was decided during the closing county demonstration agent, who has State Arsenal, St. Augustine, and the waters of Lake Tohopckaliga persons. H. C. Stanford was named t

( "We have boon I spending money for hours of the 1916 encampment, worked almost incessantly to show M..rch 17, 1916. are. expected to resound with'echoes temporary chairman and Lee Jarrell, '

, several yours," said Mr. FunKler, "to which was held this week in Tampa. the cattle men the benefit of eradicating From the: Adjutant General.To I of the shotguns for two whole days. temporary secretary. A committee

end exhibits to other fairs, which : The 11)17! encampment was won for the tick from this section. The Mi. Lee Juirt'll, Kissimmee, Fla. Messrs. Lupfer and Stevens, who coniposeii of W. B. Crawford, S. I*

advertised some other city and some Kissimmo3' after a hard fight by the raisers of stock have begun to see the Subject: Formation of new organi- secured; the state tournament for KIs- Lupfer, S. II. Bullock, E. D. Kara ,

other county We got some benefit delegates from this city in compe- necessity of concerted action against zation. ttimmee, deserve tho praise of their und J. McPhatter was named to nominate .

from these: fairs, of course, but nothing tition with St. Petresburg, which the tick and it Is not unlikely that I Dear Sir: Further in connection club and the city in general for their permanent officers who will\ be

like the benefit that came to the made a strong bid for the privilegeof within a year more there will be dip- with your telegram of the 13th inst., work... The holding of this tourna- voted upon at a meeting to be heldon

counties and cities in which the fairs entertaining the old soldiers who ping vats scattered from one erid ofi in which you advised: ment here should prove! a good advertisement call of the temporary chairman.The .

(Continued on Page Twelve.) wore the blue. I (Continued on Page 12)) I "Have petition for formation of for the city. club instructed the secretary to l
The delegates from Kissimmee to inform Senator that all
w company of National Guard at Kis Bryan arrangements
'I the encampment were:, M. II. .Porter, seVcnty-five would be made for his
simmee signed by -
DISTRICT : repreaentatlve'mennhave
:'. Judge T.; 'M. Murphy; \Edward: La. ,: LARGE CROWD HEARD : : 'i;tho material: AGED WOMAN BURNS address here tonight , t
Londe M., Cosner; L. M. Williams andS !forbneofjth I est companIesJInthe!) J .., Speaking of Senator'' :,Bryan's plans

q.OFCHRISTIAHCHURCH .] L tta.;+They,, carried toTampa, an i "-," ;" SUNDAYCONCERT;: state! ;and'the. ' aupportroftthe! citlzcm: 'WDEATH'\ ;INf COUNTY.Word 'for*IheTweekH theURTinies-Union i of I '
invitation from Mayor and the .
.' May i Please wire collect it'there is still a. Jacksonville, pays! :
The district convention of the Board of Trade to the veterans. I -- vacancy." Senator N P Bryan expects to be
I The G. A. R. encampment was held A large crowd of winter residents, received here that the
4 Church of Christ was held in Orlando : in reply to which the following telo was busy campaigning during the last of
' Tuesday, March 21. There were a I in Kissimmee five years ago and the I home folks and automobile parties, gram was sent you from this office: aged mother of James Tumlm was the week in the east-central part of
j number of delegates from the three old soldiers were so well pleased with I from St. Cloud Orlando and other j "Reference your telegram: Va- burned to death in a fire at their the state. Thursday afternoon he will

counties, Osceola, Orange and Semi- their visit here at that time that they surrounding cities heard the band cancy soon to be created Second Regiment home in Kenansville Tuesday night address the state good roads meetingat

nole. The interest and enthusiasm were anxious to return for another concert given by the Kissimmee Con by muster out of an organization. and his wife now lies in a serious con St. Augustine. Friday he will address -
meeting. cert Band, G. M. Shearouse, jr., direc- dition result of burns receivedat
was marked 'from the beginning to Forward your petition this office as a the voters at Sanford and Fri-
the close of the meeting. With the G. A. R. will come all o{ tor, in the band stand on Broadway j for action." that time. day night he will make the real key

.. Some of the subjects discussed the auxiliary bodies and with others Sunday afternoon. 1 you are advised that the pet.itiore: The family was awakend about note speech of the campaign at his

'\were: The Value of Co-operation; attending Kissimmee will 00 called The appreciation of the listenerswas ferred to has not yet reached this eleven o'clock to find their home i in' old home town of Kissimme,
in upon to entertain about a thousand evinced by the prolonged flames and their efforts to extinguish .
Business the Kingdom; How to I office. I Last evening a Bryan club wall Pl' .1
Build a Bible School; The Need of visitors. plause which greeted the numbers ap-\\ (Continued on Page 12)) them proved of no av;:!. I (Continued on Page r 12)
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the Regular Prayer Meeting Service (Continued on Page 12) the following program: d. While .
; ..__ . Uh ---- --WW%- -vwwwvvwww. I taking the mother to the 3 ."--
Workiog in New Fields; Woman's -------- March, Spirit of Independ Ice, by
Part in the Church and Kingdom, JACK YATES DIES AT Holzmann. TEACHERS TRAINING and she died from the effects almost EXPERTTRAPSHOOTERSGIVE

and the Joys of Christian Service. Waltz, She's the Daughter of immediately. Her death wag 110

Among the number who spoke were Mother Machree, Ball.SelectionSouthern. CLASS IS doubt
HIS DAUGHTERS HOMEJack FORMEDA partially caused by the shock EXHIBITION HERECharles
the following: A. M. Chisholm, C. E Melodies, Con. After removing the mother from

Yowell, L. W. Buckley, A. W. Winn, terno. the burning house, Mrs. Tumlin again

W. F. Kenney, II. F. Bales, Mr. Yates, seventy-six years ot One step- Araby, Berlin. teachers training class has been entered it to And a trunk of .valuable'illand :' Fei:*:! representing the !

'.t Moore, Mrs. A. M. Chisholm, Mrs. age, and one of the pioneers of Osce Valse Hesitation, Millicent-Me- organized at the Osceola high school before she could her Winchester Repeating Arms companyand \
Bellamy, Mrs. Sturkey, Mrs. Wine- ola county, having lived in the Shin- Kee.. under the personal supervision of clothing became ignited ana burned L. S. German, representing the !i
, brenner>> and Mrs. A. J. Chisholm.A gle Creek section for more than forty Song, Little Gray MotherDeCosta. Prof. R. M. Evans. He Is assisted in from her shoulders DuPont Powder
and arms.She company, were 1
board of nine members died this work by Miss Almina Leitner,
was ap- years Wednesday evening at 6 guest of the Kissimmee Gun
was placed under the ot club i
pointed of which are the following o'clock at the home of his daughter, Medley march, That Ragtime Reg- Miss Clara Ledbetter, high school instructors Dr. T. M. Rivers of this care and Wednesday( afternoon and gave an 1
officers for the Mrs.. iment BandMorris.One and the eighth grade teach
ensuing year: A. M. Mary N. Bass, on Magnolia while her condition is serioirsr-iL j is exhibition shoot at the club's traps
,_ Chisholm, pres.; L. W. Buckley, vice- street. step, Are You from Dixie?- ers, Miss Albina Smith and Miss Eth- thought she w'll:]l recover. on the lakefront. .
f ../
pres.; II. T. Bales, sect.; Jacob Hoss I Mr. Yates had been ill for several : Cobb. el Crawford; also by Mrs. F. C The fire Mr. German is of
was said to have been Qne the world's.
ler, treas. weeks, but it was thought that he March, National Emblem-Bagley. Bryan. title holders "
caused by a defective flue in the having a record of 495
;3 j
Plans are laid for advance work in was improving. lie was one of the help derived from this course breaks .
kitchen. The house out of a possible 600.
de In the
was totally
the district, and it is believed that oldest residents of this section and will be practical as the teaching is exhibition here he (
stroyed. broke 25 '
the next convention will witness had many friends who will miss him SIX BOYS NAMED FOR largely from Observation of methods- 49 out of a possible 50.straightand Local ,1

larger achievements for the cause of: and join with the. family in their be- in daily practice. and J
gunsmen members
the Church of Christ. reavement. MEDAL COMPETITION The class opened with a member- PARENTS 'DAYSIS Cloud the St. .b
also took part In
a com-
The place of the next conventionwill Funeral services were held at the ship of six and it is thought that petitive shoot. Members of the St. J
be announced later. residence s--- many more will join before the sixweeks'
yesterday, the Rev. S. W Cloud club
_. After a preliminary oratorical con- HELD IN SCHOOLSParents who were here were: II
.made in Shingle Creek cemetery. course completed.
test among the boys of the Osceola Carlson, Goodrich, Porter, i
GOLF CLUB TO- OFFER Mr. Yates leaves seven daughtersMrs. : High School, the following have been Stewart, Drawdy and Margrave.
Wesley day was observed throughout
Ivey, Mrs. Henry Bauk- L. M. WHIDDEN Morris Goodrich
named to compete for the Overstreet IN the entire' won the priie r.
Mrs. city schools Friday
night, Will
Knight, Mrs. H. A.
MIXED medal, given each year to the best and at this spoon offered by Mr. German for the
FOURSOME PRIZE Baas, Mrs. J. G. Williams, Mrs. Char- time all parents of pupils best record
. lie Wilson Mrs. orator among the boys of the school: RACE FOR SHERIFF enrolled and those interested in competitive shooting, 4
Mary N. Bass and
; Mr.
Drawdy the .,
captured booby
Roy O'Berry, Edgar
. The Kissimmee Golf Club has Is.' one son, Paul Yates, besides his Bryan, Charley school work were invited to visit the ?rize. )
.uod the widow to his Regero, Bradley Harris, Don Beuter L. M. Whidden various grades and inspect the work
following notice of a mixed mourn death. and one of the promi- . ., -
foursome competition': Murray Overstreet.The nent cattle men of Osceola, county, being aone there. in addition to the
A committee of members of the BAPTIST CHURCH boys' preliminary contest was who is known in all sections of the regular routine the teachers had on CITY ELECTION TO BE

ICisaimmee Golf Club propose to -prevent Rev. George Hyman, pastor of the completed yesterday and the result county, announces his candidacy for I exhibit specimens of work done ,
First Baptist church at Sanford, will warn annoupced by Prof. R. 10(. Evans. the throughout the year that proved of
of sheriff
two prizes to be played for by In this issue of HELD HERE SATURDAYBecause
preach at the Baptist church this The preliminary contest to select the i nteT
members of the club. It is proposed at the Valley Gazette. Mr. Whidden hasa 8t to the visitors. The collections -
place on Sunday morning and night. girls to compete for the Carson medal exhibited at the
recent Five-
$p offer these prizes for a mixed four- laree'number of friends, who be-
Ue is Said to be a fine will be concluded next Friday. Fair it is necessary under the
very speaker Bounty also
were I
.. competition. All members lIeve that he has chance displayed for
...... ssople. .. .. der1I1' and very successful in his work. It Charley Regero has ben selected to a good to their inspection.The law a city election will be held in ,
1 win and who
,/d_ : to participate in this tourna- are giving him their
. i. hoped a large audience will greet represent the school at the State Oratorical custom of keeping Kissimmee tomorrow at which a few
-nielit will please send their names into upport. "open .'
the of the club Wednesday him on both these occasion. ., Contest at Gainesville next house" by the teachers and pupils voter will)) go through the formality i.
f secretary by
Friday night.Mies A small house )f confirming the candidate named 7 I'
_ occupied'by a negro has become an annual event it being
March 29. Rev. A. M. Chisholm will))
preachchildren's ''n the
recent white man's
will family, locatqj on the Orlando road, observed about six week. previous to primary.
lfo entrance fee be made but
a sermon Sunday morning Mary Beck Burgess, the attractive north of the city, was destroyed byre ; the closing of the school term. There is no opposition to the candiates -
,any, member desiring to contributetowards on "How to Grow." It is urged that guest; of Miss Irene Billiard Tuesday, about the noon hoar. named nomination in the"primary ,
,the prizes, will be gladly set parents, young people and' children for the '' '
'put' several weeks
. left' for The' tire:department was Called oat W. J. Steed spent Sunday with his being equal to election. ;
Ppt f 1telp make this a big service. |De will lier horn in Sooth Carolina ly ;
..Thursday. but the fire
too far .
'1: Final rales and arrangementa'will peak Sunday night on' the'inbject: She warn accompanied far 1 was ouUid thedtJ' parents' in DeLand and attended the c. A./ Cola, of..,WkelaDcl. wa*',.

"h aJutodnced later, '*, .,- ., the W.ter are aa ; limits u'torvbe ,reached with, the .UU meeting of the Sigma N. fra. busineu visitor in.the: city, on ''Wd>
. I "When ; Troubled.: a.Jacksonville::by// Mia.'HiIJJ&nI. ko... ll
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.. .. 'I I FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916

L ,
.. .."' .-.- -- -
. -. J! -- --- -- ingly developed no as tq attain that ter than the other; and each produc.V:]

.. .. .. ... .. ... from 150 to 600 inquiries. shown by Live of lIome good.So .
.. .. -1( .. "' .. ..- COOPER TO PROVE high standard of efficiency,
tI .. .., 1Iio- each, according- report matte tc i uniform preparation of Tanlac.." I' why allow the columns of the) ,,
the commission'' at its meeting In I press to be filled] with articles P lnt.. .Ii"

"DOLLED" UP Orlando a few days,.gx>. :! FAMOUS ,THEORIES demand In referring for Tanlac to the in unprecedented Atlanta, Mr.',: Ing out the defect found by '

I GET Most .of the inquiries that the ad. of the dent student or argumenUrian of one
Chan. A, Smith, manager !
vertisingr, produced were from people I! CELEBRATED MEDICINE ACCOMPLISHING J"I denomination against the assertions ,f'"M t
Co. Hold: -
cobs ,
FOR EASTER interested in Florida ,as a place .oi/ REMARKABLE Phalmacy made by the adherent of some other "j

I permanent residence. The advertiaing ,i, RESULTS IN LEADING 'CITIES. "I have been in the drug businessin faith? If 'Mr. A.)a happy and pleasi!

'<, We Ac clothe on you'that will make of the commission was not designed j!. I I Atlanta :25= years, 'and not in my cd over some of the things which he
can pot
look and feet primarily to attract; this classy of ; Referring to the recent visit to At experience have we handled Tunlac an a believes to an extent at far as those ,

you inquiries, but rather to inddce peopleto lanta of L. T. Cooper, the man who ,' that even approaches wcckn' time things are accepted why should Mr. :

LIE'A PRINCEIf come to Florida for the winter electrified the larger cities of the seller. .In lens than five -attempt to point out certain inaccuracies :.
between I we have Mold and distributed he has discovered
The advertising appealed country with his philahthropy, health ) bottles wherein

don't btlieife it, just come in and take a look December 26 and January Slat, at theories end celebrated medicine, dur eleven stores over alone H.OOO over 400, the teachings are to be taken liter .

the time when weather conditions at Taiilac G. F. Willis, his southctl"rep- 4nd on last Saturday in one Verne and contrariwise In aJi: .
,I I at our.line ofFriE : of 'si coplc called ut our stores to obtain /
the North were most suggestive a roRcntativc said: : I other? ,
SPRING FABRICS ,visit to warmer climes.In .1 I "Thousands of the most prominent! 1 the medicine und Judging the : from xprvhsion I At the present moment there are ..-:

view of the record of the Or. I :?ople in Atlanta} Birmingham I sales: from ninny thane who have I eight papers in Florida allowing their

it too if 'ou'lllet us take your lando tourist bureau and of t thi: : Nashville, Chattanooga, Louisville! :,,of satisfaction the columns to !x used for this sort of ); .
We'll prove to you, > u-tujilly t stud Tunluc, I'r'l'al'a"un ,
fit. crowds that have taxed the accommodations and other} cities where hn when be "
measure and build a suit that ire will guarantee to Knoxville must! be .M>ni<,tiing} of exttnor-I. j foolislincNK- they might telling
of all sections of Florida ,celebrated medicine has been uccoin- II of the! crops that were produced,
which were represented in the ndvp"- nli.hinlt such rtmaiRablc! arc IJDUI.V the improvements contemplated along :

it can l is readily seen the: enthusiaatir Tniilac Tanlac IK "Id cxiluMVfh in Kis- how
tt. mg/ ejn more over st.1 certain' lines!, or precisely the
; Cleaning and Pressing there i* a food foundation for the ct.niate .-- than Mr. Cooper himself.) simmei; Ity J. 7., 'Holm so'i and, III I IAd advantage of their several commun- 'I'
Our .Swmiwjle; '
I ltrnracy.--,
: of prominent! railroad.ofTicia:- "As pteviouiy; stated Mr. Cooper 'loud by the tics might the better I.e.told_ to the

Department of mort? than three-quarters a nut Contends that nine-tenths of the di- \'. world. The public seems not to care

lion of winter ,visitors to the state. -'f ses and ill-health of the avcrntrc whether or not Alexander Campbell t.1

IS THE BEST IN. TOWN and ineX,(''''' of one-third of these. person is due to a catarrhal condition :\1 t'8IoUI'4-d i by OIH-'H Own Measure. ever' drove a Ford, or John Weslay 'u-.;,

influenced to come by the activities nf( which! produce faulty digestion and Is one.of the theories' ate concealed oats for breakfast food, . ".,

the> "II"rldFint': commission improper assimilation of the food. Religion ''IJ'nt.1 I or :Maitin Luther broke the record on y'('
Oliver's Suitatorium beliefs never benefited by; iii "
It has l.een pretty well established "In a recent interview Mr I Cooper tiil'Uaie willinLt admit it; I stuffed sailfish, or Mary Baker Eddy .,t'
The I -(' { 1
that the average period I between t.\<: was; asked if Tahlac would relieve the lI"n-Ira-.d|. i itfrain from' heiujl .! :1 woic. I looiiicM. and went roller.skatnir .t

PHONE 61 writ':\g, of a letter for informal-! i kidney) : trouble, liver complaint rheumatism caught in a difou-sion.': but the r..I l.lh l- ( ; it i is merely ,the everyday acts i
uhout I'l >rid.i avid! the purchase ".' and a dozen ..ther ailments, of the adherents to any of the numbeile' ,
and punishivlIn
pjiv. uji me
property here b> the persons vi and in thi connection aid: -'. reeds" that count J

have located n,: thetate in the pas:. "A I have repeatedly aid, m)' man of the ,.al'l- of this 'tah'tht'r And there i i- no use in arguments ;.

.. i- clout! one year, the. direct reque-- medicine acts directly I on the rnu'um..rnbrane. (' miry lie fieqwntl' ;, not u'oil expressions although there I are some newspapels --t---"

for information on other subject- stomach and blood expelling from clue alouadhtiint that s'em to think so.-Palm

' ; BASS-STAPLETON REVIVAL TO BEGIN than winter resort facilities, sent to,> from them the impurities and of ore .lirious( denominiition,. rejfuid- I'.eaih 1'ost. ,
: foith,
or -ome
II he trade bodies: participating in the"Florida toxic poisons, and rendering; to thema iJ'1iome statement put I --- ----:- ii'
affirmed, speaker beloipmtr Some of thv suits of ,
will 'declaration l bv a new ports are I
IY i
Tir-t" advertising condition I
strong, healthy any
METHODIST CHURCH ON SUNDAYR tn another .e<'l and the violent tomato.colored J homespun.. ;:'
AT worth fwllowirp up with" vigor foi a convinced that the stomach regulatesthe
distussion that i i. at once entered! ..r"J
: <
number of rftonths. condition of the blood and j the

1I I I Already come very substant: fountain head of health or du. ase, as upon i. provocative of no general victory .
for either. the attacker or the attaokid.
> RE\ -. W.I..\\MKRW I -alt"! have been 1 reported: as trnc":1hll'l lpeliruj.ll the case may be My: medicine is in thetievds :
1'rte'.er' read tJj.iat :
>e- men agree and , topother ,'; >' to the udvertlsing. Iiar tended primarily] for tjregulation beennfluenced tnl 0
I less rustler ever
and far
making a < peciai e!!,'rt t'- prominent citizen Minneapolis: \ wH .. of the stomach and caMirrhal nflama- a .,
tht trend of the re-
waVds epeClr I jt'il dt"1' .:t resj'tthev -. ..amtto FI.rldlitl'aJ of pomp :.> con but it i is no uncommon thing forpersons I by '

are mesh m'rE' I.MA; u ,i ii aiil'orria l he' had intended beca.-> who hau ed it to come tome markIt WE FOLLOW THE"GOLDEN
conceded thai nrlum,1 ov el
To ii attrattjed bj, the adverti' and explain that it has relieved 1 '
'h it promote' a *prp.ri' h>> was gpjnhaed
the of politu-" i- !: und RULE .'.
cal life and *\di>m J"<.:,""" worth of Polk co t.. them of the mall-m and many other iiue-'i.i" .n..
: continued ilisnis.: oil>! meielv! ..
cf i'hn-: i i- i'., : a- rvicepm. Thi. .( proKrtv| "h:!a he was here. >t. ailmertriot' usually recognized} a- e ,
burjr out all the vvi.ik )p' .Iup"n i .'
\\a: .. r. c-'v' !ltv '.'mm'.lnltlt'11.. found o. origin in stomach trouble. -
rcr:"" t vial\ a' :; i'"ai' ( "" > ha\ingyfneir .
sides of the bur-stun--cuth
the two | po UNTTOTHERS )
saved ard uhom th.'e e-"- .] .
the neanof petti- me1'. wi.terinor: eithei1. So it is
F of the "F. the irpredients or medicinal eleents AS! ;:S
have r-
harsh. kit -r-ai-ed
t roupht into tae : : u; corse-iue'.ce with the discussion of-religion--onlv .t

Wr. thc. win ..ti
A great deal has beinai: \ i t -ahleral: purchasers of real estiy many remote sectionof the earth-' two patties-l.ut in lelijrion! there ai HAVE THEM ,,.

about the church being! !: full of hypo 1; would appear that there is y'tie "y the Alps! the Pyrenees. Russian Asia. a thou-and-dilfen'nt torque1ar.d each. DO UNTO e J
Indl' :Mountain states, nearthe 1
crite; this l Jo! not behevi Then room for doubt as to w-L :.htr, Rest has its peculiar facts, figure and! YOU
.. ditTerence between a hypocrite .. advert'g Rocky Mountain, Mexico
'Ss a va
;. and a weaklinjr. I thing. there paid In Orlando it has! bt'ePi:1' Peru are among the points from that each of them' rs good l, each founi- J-J.!
of the
are very rare ca-e- if any at ah n.:.ted that the J,52: persons, who u. -erojpht which the principal parts preparation - ed upon the Bible, eat'h of then I let ;.;t
In the principal
;. where men have !joi'ed the church t., the city I by this advf are obtained rule but
of the Medicine We not only follow th-
with other than the best! of int-ntions 11j! ,?, remained for an average of 'in I laboratory Cooper .7
Inc under the efficient directionof right ilo-e. t., it ever day ,
; of living! a better life, but very often days and 4per.t on an crape of not Co., keep jp )

they come in with no personal \knowlIV le-- than"iI"""'4* in the towr If these I Herr Jo. Von Tnmbach a native 'W'hi n we !'''Y'''' want O.OOI 'f

t-dfre of Jesus Christ n" u savior and Erie Stapleton. the (ro=pct! -i'irtr( figure are orrect. the city had left : German chemist of not, these medi-. 0 GKU\ S at FAIR I'RII'ES and /

j without thi- the average man finds for the J" .0si i bv winter vi-itors viral herbs, root and bark are assembled e
\vh. will lead the mu-n meet- in it over $ > that ju-t what we tryto give
it mater earn a small lie the result of its contribution m the rough and pam tak SAW MILL
;; II I nu-t ditTiiultpt cg at the Mithodi-t ihunh ia alone, as It'- worth somethug: to buy
I improvement on his former life with tine soloist and choir leader and those of less than ,{400 to the{ expense MACHINERYAND '

.. the environment which surrounds who;.love pood music will enjoy the. of "Florida First,"- aside from the 10 CENT "CASCARETS" I your meat at a store where you ,'-

him: .u Thero are'rna, ._ Rhd sta -withpeople"and '- 3 gang dunpg heanee gt The" amo aftnvexted b\-J' the 2T buyers' of FOR J.1VER, AS'D BOWELSCure are. sure of a SQUARE! DEAL.PHO.NE r
> \u
\ !
fan ex ce 'e sa g g e a a g' s l apprc a eh ea tate The utte ay be yatlr AIL SUPPLIES j> .' l i.

''man e a n ate u e s ofr Sick headache,' Conatipatlon, '
}l' t R' '
ge Prices Arid I '.'. : ,44 ,
Wnie .
' a tan, other l' II : 1:
4hought a nergly 1 oar for t ie meet gz pert r nvestrnent.. Biliounrss, Sour otomach; Bad'Breath :
"' "' " I
'many1" things make"1" Catalpguei
r character.
t '1 -..
all the \\hi'e'' and unless i -Candy Cathartic
l before
downward pull With the fait* and t ti g.'< CITY
the rc fort i. nv,-ttn" ':. fed ;'l'proa'hll J meeti-p determ/ned to them. there i i- little wordhat the No odds how Gad your liver stomach v 1

t.: the upward ilim* wiK'W!: dowi i u.I n"ak,> :jour !life right with Cd and towns and citie- which we" ,rto this | or bowels, how much your headaches 0
.I " surely athe -but tall -un mi "'o help, some '>-e whom you aloX may campaign are more than f'---ia tic ;I how miserable you are from

+ the dowrvvard pull f the la- tit t it. ai'le, to help! and who needs it oreVe irt" favor of it.! repetition The chair constipation indigestion, biliousness '.t

4, gravitation Not wilful neglect) but !1y. \ hall t 10 o: glad to see you at man of the commission I- quoted assaying and sluggish b.wels-'ou always get 1.1

4'G\ the care* of the world and the e
feed is ihoked A- number comes Dead what other ay about Broths it i is afe to estimate that t-etweer.. cleanse and regulate the stomach LIMITED

t upon the freczirir man cradling him ,- la--: and tiiwork and come hear two and three times as tr.a"> places remove the sour, fermenting) food

fl.* into the sleep of death without n.- h will take part I n next "aVcam- and foul gases; take the excess bile

-M realization i-f his darker -o a the mR pa pn This has been parr! .-d to devote from the liver and carry off the constipated .

a 1 work of sinSampson .-v J M Ba-". Mason. Ga., and a great deal more ante-tlon to waste matter and poison ChicagoSt.Louis

wi-t not that God had dr- F'\: :StapletonRirmir.gham' : : Ala. permanent settlers that was done I 10-ccnt box from your druggist will\ ,i.q

;( parted from him it i- \.th \\ Crt.lth m e and my people three last year in the belief! Its efTicuncy I keep your liver and bowels clean; I Ii

many today u. Th spiriLal! we" k- ," grtirous J meeunp They diej will be ac ..rdir.IZ'Y; increased! stomach sweet end head clear for i.t

'' life Incomes atrophied tat the process a fait fjl and fruitful ser t'. The larger number of pla.-.o cnntnb- j rr')rjths They work. while you sleep SOLID STEEL TRAINS .t

iso jmdua': that nor do not Titer J': "'' ortered into tHf! rew. true 'uUn to the fund will Ir.,-(>ase accordingly l Coaches.fvcclming Chair :i

realize it. L'r! Ma-'y" we-e added unto the Lor I i the number of mediums' NUMBER 40 fOR THE BLOOD cMIcAG0 esoM Car. Berth and Compartment ""

1 One of the reedof the hour :s (.)rI' a"d t. ev try church ir the cry They that can I-e used and greatly wider Sleeping Cars *'

t I' men a t w [ .fire' t''rn: e ve- have a p-e-.Js for oul saving a'd for the scope of the advert.-ir.p Expels scrofulous humors from the Sun Parlor Observation) "

and with an h'r.t'l '".,p a"d eye ..>):fvT-e the churche; for reachirga \ -- blood which, cause constipation, malaria N- t LibraryCar.Difiing Car.
take ct..iI : :h..r _ai' \"..a'1 :;-. Tarbar take farti-t chapes: is
1 p..t i .
thinkirp. <:
eof people a1
i o-; : rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim e 'i'
!1 or povrr:." F:. try r.u'h; w..! ..: ,.., heurd'r tre .avi--p ar.d some "f them are o' vel.e: *. folded '.
iI! rcg : Get it at Osceola Pharmacy "!1.
.. and tur-.ed to'e: a huge pies etc.
Rhe:">- h. .:a' d-! '. rr'aL -. t() ti; dan1'tterr.C of the (Gospel ao "

i 1- .', ..,j It' ,j'Or"' -1 f--.p: :,power:-cerely.! bird. on a guarantee to satisfy. .. "'.,' ill'...1l., "iJ, """ m

there' un.i i "t .., r a reinel! .. .1 1 M I crow. Pa .t..r. : '- M +. ' .
i ..' .' ., .., ui ..t.t SrO5..A. , q I '
g our cunn': :y : sever tt-vr. M'-.4y, M morial Church. Johnson -a- tafLWFL AFDrat na iet I -" JI'
i Ft t nessed M I' :.... ;.!r-\\
t t the tsar : :r. r ow-..t..cerces a:dr CAaeoaDAet "rM1 NI'Y WMi, ;il.

with ,>gh:"i vu'.i.r exf.ur: the cham- 12 re ?+ p ,1.x1' 5 a "tM

r' % toE no if thur :....i> '.oa';. to see whathidden FIRST "ADS"A For Spring Wear I 555-T1 iIr a. .
pbi '
fr frA.rwoa
l" ) thereSonrewr
tfip: may lurking:
I :: ... *e 1'.. *. .far &wa>' we sha!'. BIG HELP TO STATE'ZANY ;: t.e *5iIjlot s.rrow 1l?" 1'II'f ..1
"t-K 1s Ye ae wioa w ., IIl
all have to .uo.. hfe with" its deeds I ratttroMa rWolMrs
ItOur M.LA'f'' 1 (p01 D"taa '
Have 7." a
KjArv! .r. trie fart Now 15 the best We t Nil II : I 6AsI N
tIme uh.e: we may find forgr'eaesafor ipn .I

our arc': correct the errors FIRST TIME AS RESfLT OF I II merchandise I A 77 .M. Mn 2sswow usr A rou4 t .
CAMPAIGN :' new line of spring ,
and mi N PLANS ARE NOW BEING MADE is now on our shelves. I I rAM
attend the
? Lear reader ql:! you not z:1:
u I I We have everything for men women I
I I tlootio.relxnrsasIo.e
IF TOl'R CHILD IS CROSS. The tourist bureau at Orlando klptl and children. II I r '

i FEVERISH CONSTIPATED:' an accurate record of answers to I 6 e&e Aaa.i lauMar Mau! ; lII-I$ I l 1 1dunoul
I "What led ito come to We Want You to See Murndt aua 1r, N
''t c Lo4 Mother':_ If toggle is coated question.. you 1 l5e.. hi li
11 IM t
53 a AMY I u(
1 I Ipr
e" i rlraaM little b weU withCali- Florida asked of all Dersons who i I Aa AIAO' aLOAMY tI"1 II

1 forma Syrop.1 FfKMothers *-" I registered between January 27th: and :i Our Stock Any How A aYteea.l: : di1 llhi

March 9th. The rngistrau 'n this s III '
c nie.tJt&jy after ririug"Califonxia i I 1 is Art JACKMIWlia S.1>0 tie is ala AsiII <
.4 Syrup of Fir," because; in I! period were 713. and of this number I Come in and look it over whether you I r k 1x-ie 'a RFC ror5Aea.A .,.r.Tr .. a t ii I I li' I

a few hoar all the elog e
sour bile and fermented food gently I they were directly influenced! to visit ,lq7 4 Ittih14b1114 I uI I IjII) Ih Iiihlll l iI Nti

more out of the towels and you bar I I the state by the advertising of_ the Don't fail to see oi..r new spring line of I ti'" ' I Iii
I ,
"Florida First" commission Sales shoes for member of the family. II SCHEDU LE
'. a well, playful child acmin. 1 every I I ,
be coaxed to I of Florida property were made to 27 Lv. JACKSONVILLE. 9.OO RMAM. + v it
Sick children oeedat I I '
of the 262. T GOODS ALBANY.2.30 AJW I"
4 take this harmless "fruit laxative An. COLUMBUS. 6.IOAJM II I;

JJiHiorj of mother keep it handy be- I' The. Miami Chamber of Commerceand A.. BIRMINGHAM $I2.2S RM I! .rA
catu they know of lu action on the I the Fort Myers Board of Tradeeach PRICES RIGHT Am. STLOUIS............. ,.705 AM II

4 stomach, liver and bowel U prompt I reported a total of more than hen email 0" 8.20 A N1 I Iren ,
I five hundred inquiries received directly q e! Oar' IIII i
+ and sure.'r ,
COMPANY a io+u cat or
: result of the ""Florida Firsts A. .
Ak your druggist /or a SO-ceDt as a ra11'.T.a" u.esaiieraa..aa.,

't, Ut 0fcautSp1IP,' of He." advertising. The other boards of '.t alas dACKaONVllla Mefr My aT11gT, M Mllaapap fAM! A.I" allot.. '

V is ,,,Ida eonUin ,nctiotw for UUc. *. trade and chambers of coiwhka ,I.N'' l :

f w .ebiMfaa. of.aU ago and for..0........, participated,* campaignreceived'\0.- -. j s I
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>HDAY.Y11A 24.1llti x TKx K113I'M1! v! LLBT'GAZSTTX': .

,," \", '
\' only Imperfections man we have of man.a history Jesus of Is who the I I I i I

: 1 CONGRESSMAN' W/l, SEARS I It' did not have any of it, but he is not

the only one who could ever remain -

free from it.. When Jesus said: "Love ,
; I Iii :
: thy neighbor as thyself," it meant 1 '

t' I j that you should be free from this,dia- csANO

y.'. position,, anti! it is riot\ ah. impossible) III AAMDfeUICA ''I I

Injunction. If we can't overcome .it 1 lilt vtu n o

I for Jesus' sake, try to overcome' it I ff I'lWAVttt QPITTswaeIsn

for:your own selfish sake-t you will }COLUMBUS
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: feel better and be. better--try: it. IMDIAII/i ci INNATI

.\ OOO"HHo- Louisvtuel

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k ?AHD Lt,! AT TAI
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oO+CoHOOO I i I AM/N/ NAMIlttw

MI I rl fv'c Miss Antoinette P. Jones, who for 5

h Gy it 9f Ap years from her office at Falmouth, ( eaNs : I i I II (

Mass? directed the worldwide work I
for Floating Endeavor, .recently In-

trodjuced to. us a friend Wm. C Davie -
coming -sojourn in Florida. Best Route from Florid; ;

"\.. He has visited Orlando and its thriv. '

"ing society and workers in Stuart. l''I' t to five-sixths of the Union

It is .probable that West Palm Beachis 1II' '

sen before he returns home. I Wherever you may want to go, west of Buffalo and Pittsburg, the Louisville and

Vy4. Our State Quiet Hour l leader, Mrs. Nashville R. R. offers the schedules and the service.

Ruth Wyandt Cavanagh, who now Through service to Chicago,St.Louis.Cincinnati Cleveland,Louisville,Indianapolis, Grand ,

lives in Tampa, as the bride of Dis- Rapids Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery, New Orleans, the gateway
trict President Earl Cavanagh, is cities of the North and West, from Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida. '

i = active in the local work especially Convenient, Connections at one or more of the above points for California and other Pacific

for live United Brethren Juniors.! This Coast points; for Denver, ,Kansas City, Omaha and other cities of the Western plains;' Minne

'. comes natural as she was for a long apolis, St. Paul, Winnipeg and all the great Nortfiwest; ; for Torontcumd other Canadian points.

time State Junior superintendent. DAILY TRAINS The Southland-Ieav.s Jacksonville 8:20: P.M.-arrives Chicago 7:4SA.M. t
\ Miss Ruth Coffin, stale. secretary, 3 TO CHICAGO } Dixie Flyer 8:30: 7'03 A.M.
, ''is busy on the splendid program for Dlal.Llmltod.' 9:35A.M.- SSSPM; :
b A I LY TRAINS Dixie Limited'. .a 935A M. "
DeLand, April 2023hirh : 2 } $t. Louis 2:59 P. M.
/ 'oleRRrs'l TO ST. LOUIS St. Louls Espress 8:20P.M.- 't as 7s40 A. M.
( and Lehmann outlined
orry 3 DAILY TRAINS TO NEW ORLEANS-leave Jacksonville 8:10 A. M.j; 5:00 P.M.J; 8:20 P. M.
time ago.'e splendid
/ expect some
I helpers there and the program' is to : Service, Scenery Satisfaction
: he fine. Choice of many routes and numerous trains. Drawing. Scenery unsurpassed. Running through the .
A. CONCiUHSSMAN I : W J. :mAW;;. (n"' KKSS1MMKK;, WHO REPRESENTS In the United Brethren society near ,S room, observation and compartment terming portion of the South the ,. moat_ In

: TilE FOURTH DISTRICT OF F I.ORIDA, ANNOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY Ki*>simmoe a good plan for other' ,; fc carl Modern steel coaches. Louisville and Nashville traverse* \ 'I..'
:1 FOR ELECTION: : :: IN THIS ISSUE Of TILE VALLEY is ed. Each member is given t All meals in L.& N.dmeri mountains and valleys;fields
places u>
I UAZETTE work to do this way: Four times a .. anywhere. All-steel elcctrieas well as the famous Ken. >

: -,- year, every ,three months, there is a 1( ally lighted cars. tucky blue-grass meadows. ., .

| __r___ "V birthday social, and all whoso! birth- C- Th. road of courtesies. The Louisville and Nashville
days come in the interval since the makes the attractive way North and Welt the one moet t

I I What My Neighbors Have Done I last social help get it up under directions make comfortable the journey and convenient of every passenger Its representative a source of satisfaction.endeavor to ," Mi III I

I of their chairman, Mrs. C. T.r SohvduUa,, .!.......>... (IIIVIII I
r II. Funk. The first such affair had a I
H. C. Bretney Florida
flip l\ IIrlI'I.EDGEI:: been asker use the program then a box supper, and pro- ,1 Agent ij
i By | permission to ceeds amounted to twenty dollars. 11111 1 114 W. Bay street, Jacksonville, Florida I
t Within the last past 100 years the school house in which to meet. The
Other socials will along gradu.
'f people of the world t have accomplish- 1 minutes of the school board meeting
ally but birthday ones are the -
, art!, perhaps, more great things( thunlimiiff i in referCTue to this request is said to .

( the same period of any other read as follows: .
S In the Jacksonville City union card ,
I -----
; tune in the woild's history.. I would "You are welcome to use the schoolroom
1:' refer particularly. to inventions One, to debate all proper questions II tails were distributed among the En- A :. .: *+ <. * * * :} g: *; :..} i ADVERTISED) LETTERS That part of Palm Beach county
hundred their was wo stall ''IIIJ't! such things as railroads and dcavorers before Christian Endeavor + Advertised list for the two weeks south and west of the Hillsborough
t f years ago/ I
, tiling known H*. electric current, IIi I telegiaphs are'impossibilities and Week was observed. These cards .:. DOiOU KNOW:' THAT ,, ending April 3, I'.UO: tanal will 1 he declared tick free along

i telegraph in
to sny 'nothing, / ,-lettiir' rail- I Itbe. \\oid, of God, about! them. If God, :i the mid-week prayer meeting on .!. There is no Federal, institu .!. ; Carpenter, Miss Janette; De\cse, authorities of Palm Beach county requested -

ij nays, U'll'phoiH s. \Mlflcss tfU'lflM-, | had designed that his intelligent crpaItuie I Chul'l'h "Loyalty' Day" Wednesday, .:' lion in the continental United 'J' i Charley; Garden :Mrs. Winnie; Gieg- that the territory ho protected -
should travel the Felnuaiy. !Hh, 191!!Hi. This is a planto Jriflir, Miss Catherine and the Stale Hoard of Health hadit
at frightful ;
)>hy, an instrument to reproduce" I the I / I <. States for the reception und > ;
'1ryl f human voice and fl' nag -Inp,,*. speed/ of fifteen miles an hour by be kept up, we hope, by v iikers ''. of k'n-i,, ? r!. Green, Miss Murparce; Ilarrell, !M.I.C. reinspci'tcfl. It has been posted
,ry t Hud it not been fur a little element | steam He would c-ltaily: have foretold l'\'rywhe3) ; loyalty to the c hutch we .:. | .:. .; harper, :Marie; ]Hooper, Iiehe; lick flee.

Ills It is belong to. Hudson II :Mrs. Emily JerniK-m. Mrt.: ;
that i.s instilled) into the disposition' ) I lit through holy /prophts .I is disease of rodents .} ;
Plague -
of every human on earth, railed piujudioe I I a devise of Satan to lead immottalsouls I The is Itaiford real Herald C. h:., told, the, in editor the last ofwlmh !' ::. ? a }: Cullie; James, Johnnie; Johnson, :Mr. U GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your

v we p"'haps would. have aoomplushed down to hell./ I a | Annie Boll; KpRhcn, H. C.; :Mason, Quitk'a Chill Tonic cured my

many (centuries RICO( all or a I The writer" of the minutes, ItS can I issue with sociability of a business held meeting at the combined home of j I .> :Malaria is spread by a special .:' ';i :Mrs Leono; Mc-Culloujfh, Walter! It.; husband of LaUrippe and Fever after

great many of these things. On act easily l>e seen, was s o biased that he Mr. T. J. Lewis( that's the editor). l-S-moi-iiuito? .:> 'I'illins.Hussell: ; Russell, Lee; Savoy, the doctor's medicine and other reme-
cpunt of-this element in our (Imposition was not open to reason. much less i .;, 4 1C. C.; Saunders, W. A.; Scvarns, I IX dies failed."
we are prevented from accomplishing conviction. It is and In business time a constitution was ', 'L.; Standardly, J. M.; Wilson, Dave;
a a
question adopted which places this new societyin } (House screening/ a good disease > LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla.
Rev. James.B. .
.} many things that are withineur serious question, whether, if that I.<' preventive? < Williams, .
powers. W.:_ first thjnk of an undertaking man's body could be resurrected and working condition. "Probably.some, sir ,' sr B. Simpson, Postmaster. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.
grown 5
societies "older need to have 5 I.
that has never been -made the time since his! death left as blankto bylaws made over. Fingers, flies'4. .
to appear; and wonder if it can be him as was the, 20 years' sleep of 4: typhoid '( ve'r"\K'\ '!:\1J :" "', Co '
In West Palm Beach when holding .. :
done. lrrtstn! about for and Rip. Van Winkle and set down with .. " '
( ways '
: 'i ( (y' i
.a mass mseting,,there on hls. trip;to i, '
; '
means; we are soon brought into con. I the Jjttle intelligence that he- possess Florida, Karl Lehm nn' saiu>" that C.' 0 Pellagra may be prevented or Fresh Vegetables Eggs I

4 tact with'something that is a part of, ed'at. the time of his death, in the E. stood for three things: C 'stands.' .> cured by a proper' diet? 0) ,;
or closely associated with something midst of the busy scenes of a orowded 0 0)
for consecration, which every En-
in our experience that we have a city, he would probably declare by deavorer should be; E stands for enthusiasm The United States Public <- and ButterWe

r strong prejudice in regard to-for ort all that's holy, that there was none of which Endeavorer 0 Health Service believes that the <-

against it. The effect of this will be it true; that everybody present had should have, ; and S every represents serv- ''.:> common towel spreads tracho- have added these articles to our lineof,

to set us going at such a high rateR designed to be there on that particu fr disease of the ? >
ice, which every Endeavorer should I ma, a eyes FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK
of speed on our hobby that we lose lar occasion to deceive him and that -> 0)
give. This is something good to re- HAMS BEACON BOLOGNA MUTTON ETC.
sight of our interest in the thing we he was "bewitched"-for, I feel sure, ,
member. Children from sanitary homes *
I: began thinkin about, and thus de that he must have believed in witches.
Call Phone 209 for wants .
l Have you seen the March issue of 4 advance more rapidly in school Co your
prive punfcaWeiT and the world of a To look at his case from this angle
: Dixie Endeavorer? You need to. than those from dirty premises? "O" in these lines.
very useful production. Then ? we does it not seem that his crankiness
Interlachen, Fla., March 20th. .
have the influences of others to com- made him a disgrace to the God who
Grace A. Townsend. 04044.4 0444 40 bat, who, on account of their prejudiced gave him his being? And yet, there I

dispositions, are against all are few of us in this day, that "are I

4 greatundertakings.. If you will peruse not much better in proportion to our I

the early history of our country, chances than our poor unfortunate I I

f it will be seen that Columbus was single ideaed official who was no

more hampered by the prejudiced influence doubt on a par with many others of I i C. A. CARSON, PresidenL N. C BRYAN. Secretary.
IIII of others against him that all his time. '

his other troubles combined. The I knew a man once-a preacher,
world was so polluted with it that he too-who would not buy his children. I The Waters & Carson
would have been
probably never

who were going to school, a geography ,
'\ to have gotten a (feet fitted out had it because he had heard it claimed -

' not been for the impulsive and ro- I that the book taught that the .
mantic disposition of the woman who / y I GroceryCompany
earth on which we live was round, .
was then queen of Spain. N/or! were I and he did not believe it, in fact, he

his troubles over there, for he encoun- said there was np sense in it; and Just What Contractors Nee

tered the same spirit in the form of that God would condemn his soul if Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES

mutiny on board and during the voy he allowed his children to be pumped 4\1n Stock or Made to Order

t age.Almost full of such lies. \
, great invention or
t every As a result of the prejudice of the
discovery, from Which humanity hasp Jews-Jesus' statement on the cross: Structural steel of all kinds a specialty-I-beams,
profited the most, has been attended
"Father forgive them, for they know :
with this same spirit, unless it had channels, angles, stays, bolts, etc.
not what they do, is the prayer; he' . . 0 . . . .
its inception by way of accident, as . . . + . + + +
was the case when Benjamin Franklin constantly stood in need of. Hardwoods in variety-ash,birch, cedar, cherry, .
Good neighbors will strive to over I WE SELL: WE BUY: .
discovered that' there was a method come the tendency that they have to- \S cypress, mahogany, maple,oak and white pine. .
of transmitting lightning by getting I HAT .
ward prejudice and will help othersto
a spark of it from a metal .key HIDES .
overcome theirs. It is one of the The Merrill-Stevens Company GRAIN .
tied to his kite string during a thunder -
rUM .
storm. That was purely an accident -- '
and our knowledge, such as we Good Service-Quick DeliveryComplete WOOL .

't Ij{ have), of electricity began with that SHINGLES 0 + .
+ accident. lines carried in stock. Best equipped I .. r AND- .
It seems to the the abit of un- machine shop in Southeast for special work.A ALL +
grateful'm&n to frown upon him who BEST + ORANGE WRAPS, + .

does the most for the world, and in complete force of workmen ready for road COUNTRY
most all instances, the least excuse is VEGETABLE CRATES e e .
given for it than for anything else. work at all times. Particulars and quotationson PRODUCE-!: .O
Someone has copied the minutes of MEDICINE short notice. Wire, phone or write us. + .

,- a school board meeting in Lancaster, . . 4 . 4 .0) . . + + + + + + * + + + .

.. 0., dated about'tho year 1828. Among ,,I FOR RHEUMATISM ..
,' "I the pupils in this school there was90nounoed .. 'v O''ia. ,+t, a, /!< Merrill-Stevens Company We sell field and garden seeds of all kind

sti. that a joint debate would > iou ' '. rt '' 666 to 654 East Bay Streetack.oD..III. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping part a. a
be conducted upon the question: PRICElioo FULLPINTBOTTLE: Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12.

: > "Whether railroads would ever be ., Florid. We are county' agent for ;good fertilizer Aik In for circular awl prittffcrtiKzen.

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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette strongly favored these resolutions and despite as under the. I bond> issue plan. the amount rAreSAID ,

whatever political effect his stand might have had needed, annually will be reduced.In : .'

? 1-1 ''and.'we believe without thought as to what effect ABOUT iqSSIMMEE
other words, we have the roads
i!' .......... Every Fri.. his stand would have he publicly slated his opinion are using ihepi while our, total amount 'r 'l'lco
Mr* q.q u.ct. AdIata. M .
I : and lave .his reasons therefor.. ceipts.needed 'for hard-surfaced roads is AND OSCEOLA COUNTY i

t i w. .. HARRIS) AND H. a. VAN AGUKW. Ow.e is'. The committee' subsequently repealed the, .objectionable it would be if vve built only} two and a

) H. B. WAVOLIB KJM..r sad M.M.... resolutions, So it is plaiA that upon QQ900 OQ9900009090900 "
.. this point we differ with the Senator; but in differing yearly.We add a11''
herewith table
.. . showing I bonding election will be held in for 609( copies each of the St.
.erl.,ta. hat..r we feel, we arein nowise lessened in our admiration
.. One COpy One Year ......._. O.. COPY. Six Monthi __........_.___.____.. 1.00 him as a,man or as a public; servant; over a period of 25 bearing to L. for indefinite (
years Gazette
".. Copy Three, Months.--.....:"-..---..--...-! .tl He has 'his-right-to a viewpoint and we do not and ,Oscyola. county.April 15th an peri
retiring $10,000.00'each year. bS'lanee' of the subscription beginning June
.. believe that his opinion or stand upon"this incidental 'on the proposed ,

All commufilcBtlons., except. from the our writer.authorisedorreipondenti has"'anything whatever to do! with his qualifications Year Outstanding Prilcip'al" \in bonds for' good roads and ;I 11st and continuing at, the- pleasure( ?ItI
must be lgnt-d by '
n*) cted matter will not be returned unless.. called for the high office" to which he seeks 're- 1st $250.000.00; J j.I $' .-Ft. Pierce Tribune. I i the commissioner. The idea is" tot' N

for. .- election.\ '' 2nd' 240000.00 -...- mail out thesj papers to people in

(Kntc'fd. In the r'oetotftce In Kluslmmce. Florfda We firmly believe that Nathan P. Bryan can 3rd 230000.00 l bonding ell.'ction.will. be held in I''the North: and West who contemplate J

.. ."".* matt r._ render effective 4th 220.000.00 .' districts 1, 2, and Ii i coming to, Klorjda. The system has .
more service to the State of Florida
r rC and( the of .5th. 210.000.00 county o1.Apl'i15th\ 10 do'- been in vogue now for seven years, A
I nation as one the two Senators from this '
FRIDAY, MARCH. 24. 1916 I I' 6th200.000.00 on the iSflu'anl'c of $150,000 in and is considered so successful that <
than ,
state any other man in the race. Ordinarily .
v- for good loads and bridges-( -it will: probably he continued f r :
7th (
j although not always, we believe any man, in keeping ; '
+ Here we are again! .j I with Democratic custom should be honored h/I 8th 18(7,000.00( I i Smjina Hicce.j many years (o comu.Hastings Her .jraid. r
. 9th 170.00000 i -.y- '
with second S. .
U. Senator.
a term as Being
more i l'l'ld''oted .,
.' St. loud
Bulkhead Lake lohopekaliga. familiar with his duties and (he loulrae connected'therewith I' 10th 160000.00 'j Cloud The Osceola-county-a- board of cominissioners ( i
bond, issue of $150,000 by 240 to -
; : : : 'I e.1 he .n fitted to tender better serVice-lhan'j I I 11th I 150,000.00 | ( > build a vstcni of sund-n 'plialti t.n meeting of that body ',',

i We won't (forget : for politics or anything els< in his first term. I '12th 140.000.00 i The Repoiter-Star is always acted 1 upon a petition signed' by more ,

I Nathan P. Bryan is charged by his friends with 13th 130000.00 . ]I than tuenty-five /percent of the qualiliod J
i i to sec (rood I'oud e01sl'uIon\ \ .
Bullhead the lake ,1 build.! ; gpoil roads and a larger taking his position seriously v\ili| tailing/ lo allow I 15th 14th 110,000,00 120.000.00 : I :
y golf: course and watch the I people come. J possible political effect influence !him They say j t 6. Q.I and hopes the St (CIouu rust i'iCt th'e third' comniiHsioner's district '
_. f llie sludies much. I I Olli tuu.t! JU.UU I that the
: : too .,They say he wants to knowwall .17thI8ih 90.000.O !never have cause to "regret its lulling territory named be

Now AS- the season of "Don'tgohometooeatly"ig !,: there is to be ,known. about a subject hen it I ) I of. AU lu"'phultthIUI.dQ'< ) ) Rc- incorporated I 'into a special road and j

\. I editorials in Florida papers. Well refrain from any I'tomes before! the Senate They 'say he locks himself I 19th HO.OOO.OO I .Stai. ' biidire ,district mid that the district *
further in his library and pours over all the lileraluie ..- be bonded fur $:![.OOOO far the building -
advice the than
lengthy to winter tount, I
I to say : Plrafce don't go. Little as you think he can find on any question before the Senate. 20th 21st 50000.00 60000.00 .... sl1\un : J., Seam, whose of IOHIH.| In compliance with the "j\,

.f' there is plenty; of cold weather back north Hit opponents in. the Senate respect his ability, because I 22nd Ii I i.. in hissimnreex! m keeping a law on* the' subject the' board called
of these "faults" picked out by his friends I made when the- campaign i I an c.'k>('tion to tit,.' held.l on April. 15th. Ii

; -: : j' They realize that when they lock horns with him I 23rd 30000.00 first begun liy Kismmmee to se. when t the freeholders, who are qualified i
The Orlando Star has revived i San-
a 20000.00
t in an argument he is "'f uJJ of his subject." We I 24th jl the ISMfi f meeting: of the "Flotilla tb vote, still: !! decide the question. '
ford to kisMmmee, interurban line idea. The ReporterStar 25th 10.000,00
would rather trust of that character has his check -'U\ Oak neIl1O'I'at.
a man as association synt
r sees in the success of inter-city automobile I . I
United Stales Senator from Florida than one who . ,) to defray the expense of giv- .> -
: traffic the that the of these II
: hope success regular SatuidujJnjrht of hunters
a party
known successful business DOES ADVERTISING PAY? '
editors boat
was as a politician man visiting a ride on
automobile lines will encourage the electric line I returned, from over the KiMlllmm ;
I anything else. Those the Lake Nc-vv
or are qualifications :- Tohopekahga -
builders to again attempt the financing of a line I where they had been spending' several
I which belong to a statesman a title thai I no few Ii In a recent issue of the Fourth Estate Hreeie. I
y" from Kissimmee, through Orlando, to Sanford. days I
: in a farewell! hunt, as you know
men of national have -- prominence already given azine published for he( makers of new i r
-: :- board of i the closed season is clone at hand. In o1
Senator I county commissioners
Bryan. was shown that the Calox Company,
Hugh Sparkman has returned to the editorial Briefly then we find these in favor of his ers of denhnrice, experimented in Boston unam
chair the We
Daytona Journal glad
are Alderman
on I I agreed to beirin sending out Williams, W. A.
see Hugh Back on the job and wish for him suc- re-election to the United States Senate : I the result of a brief newspaper campaign I .. of the Kiosimmee I RotxTts and George; Godwin, all of ...
Mr. Sparkman is of the best He is a native Floridian, his family.! having livedin ItS sales in Boston alone 400 per cent Valley Avon Park
cess. one newspaper and St. Cloud Tribune each I They were gone aboutIfive
in the of Florida and is of Florida for five generations. i entire sales in the New England states for I
I, men' state Daytona one '' I on and after! June 1st. It is days and during! that time got
the best towns. The combination ought to work He is a man of unusual ability, as shown by the tire year of 1915. to send I all the game I that they were looking
he holds his fellows the United i Local : declare that the sales of these'papers/ through
position in grocers
well together. among, for
t ,I United States : including some fine bucks TheyI
to in-
Stales Senate Post Toaslies have been almost doubled persons
"- as a man of influence and integrity.He .
-: : failed
I Florida. I to get any turkey, but secured
f frank and bold to declare and maintain his '!advertisements of this commodity in the in : -New Smyrna
Last week we invited discussion in the columnsof is I .... i I plenty of mall game for eating! in

the Valley Gazette on both sides of the question position on any subject He does not "play polytics" Gazette. j I _---co- camp They returned satisfied, and
of for roads. We that the in Ins position on public questions. He does The figures for the past year of some of .
bonding good stipulated i .! ""' W. J. s'urwhoe i as one of them said they were fully <
letters from our readers must be argument only and I(i what he thinks right regardless. : advertising concerns of the country, j I is Kissimmee, in keeping a aware of the fuel that there was >'etHome

free from personal abuse, accusations or incrimination |I I He is absolutely honest and his motives can not !gradually,: / being made public prove Intere ,I hemade when the campaign game in Osola (county and

We want I to see the question freely discussed be questioned ':incidentally demonstrate more clearly than ;;!' ", begun by Kissimmee to se would 1 be for some yours to come.-

but will not allow the use'ol our columnsfor I He is a Senator for all -Florida, serving at all of arguments, the wonderful efficacy of I II !I'.Mli! ; meeting!' of the Florida Zolfo Truth. .

the venting of personal spleen or attacks upon limes the best interests of the great: majority {advertising as a business builder Pro I I association, has sent his chick -<> ,

anyone. For this reason one' communication received I His record in the Senate has been one which those who have (the nerve and foresight (0 to defray the expense of ' I The Slate Presji Convention. '
this week is not published. none of his opponents has successfully assailed.! 'Ion it is the unfailing result of judicious, t!i' visiting! editors a boat J ids It is likely that the annual meetingof

'.- Especially should we of Osceola county and and continuous newspaper advertising I j "' Lake lohopekaliga the State Press Association at '

( Botr'Holly. of the Sanford Herald is in politics South Florida support him because he is one of us. Occasionally wiseacres are met who say : .. (' Tribune Kissimmee next month will lie moielargely

nowp to his neck. Last week he was in a quandary He was born and reared in this part of the stale lette Safety Razor idea is "petering out," I I G- I I' attend l -d 1 than other recent .

because Forrest Lake had announced for He has driven cattle over ihe southern part ol Gilelte Company has blazed the trail for a I i I I hoard of county commissioners conventions because Ki.sijimmee is .*t

Congiens. Because Lake is a Seminole county man Florida, and is therefore familiar with the wants competitors with cheaper razors that are I! ,'..ola county last week' uminij '- t l l vvell located for the purpose and of- '.

', j6. he would like to support him but he slated that he of this part of the state as few men are. I He received the business, etc .. j I agreed to begin sending out ,| fei. nn unusually attiaitive program *p -.

{ was pledged to Joe Sears. His solution of the his primary education in the schools l of this The portrait of King Gillette decorated ( ) ,. of the Kissimmee' Volley 1 I i I' In addition.. to the pleasures vvhiih >.}
s., matter wa tritely expressed in the statement : place. the magazine pages a few year ago. I. and the St 'loud 'liilium. await the n-wspaper men in Kissimmee i!

r May the best man win" Now Bob has announced After graduating from law school he attained past year oro newspaper announcements '!! vvc-k on and after June- 1st It proper' they will see the> wonders .

or the legislature and with three opponents in (the Ilhe highest' success in his profession J His opinions appear.. (, ... send) these papers' of St ( loud and 1 enjoy n nuise on the '

ace he will probably be so busy trying tovrovee II I and ability command admiration from all who know The answer ;? Well, eight million Gillette I I I houl the United Suites to per famous Lakerolmpckuliga, 'I'lit program -

f ); is the bes! man that he'll leave Joe and Forrest him weie' sold last 1 year against ninety thousand 1.J"i7,1'r, interested in I londa -Fort also some very )interesting I i

> fight it out for themselves.If I I His courage is beyond question. He has never .year, and m 1915 the net earnings Were $ I TI' "Ulw.I pap' ''is, iiddiessc's, und discu '

1 :deserted a principle nor a I friend. I He is a man in against 1673.435 a 45 per cent increase '! I I .. i. sllllls.
need now's the fullest sense of the word and deserving l of theecogmtion I 1 The \iclor' Talking Machine Company making/ great prep 'l'hc 1 I'l ibune hopes for a large attfiidame t
you printed matter' stationery etc, i for the annual meeting of ,
the turn to buy. Within the last week the following due his past services. ,i,i flirting with newspaper advertising several I I Press Association be at the : Kissimmee meeti:ig.i r

With such record for, services well performed ago. The result wa<'a recent extra dividend i as there are various questions| -
notice has been sent out by one' of ;the big j paper that I
J A'ilh such a clean; .I honest upright and manly' chart cent on' the common stock:; this in i city!! on April :. 14th 3 afTooccting, on which t th
; per '
houses continued ; !
advaiiceibyl'manu 1.
to :; ; '
1 r\ ; J, "Owing ? \ "' ll .. ) ., ,th progratti!:, 'as published!!. tiro linger
facturers; forced I dyajvc ejKJTgpFicej "('lerl5l sl Ie. 141111 own In'' !115 enll areer weL a regular quarterly of five por'tent // pnblinhers'andleditorsu
wej ;
i . .33 SI,' I3fperfcentjpverj f | : [ hstmricejoji u r rnll irellin. l l llh noredfttj"' h YT.ll' 'dgl! our earnest support ifh Ji gffi FMCoodrich'ttS C mp ny |has t'j VRl1eY ald 1nJiqte.azl.'ttl! thet R all lere h t k fi u g g' oK her auJ take coo' .,rr ,,+ ,

+ with the usual percentage for colors." This 15 the rolNathan Pj Bryan and' shall| use ou r utmostJen largeVnevrspaperTspace'. lt' toYadvertiseTits J tires ", -and.l '..Jnterel'ts-*the' TJlub. --: -"':: I'U''; '.'''''',_ t.' "1 dt
rTumJlII .
if'I \ second or third advifnce since the first or the year I deavor to re-elect him to the United States 'Senate. year seventeen percent dividends were paid fur to receive iue attention Tribune. \

I t t and of the houses will common The capilal] I is $60000,000 and --0)0
\ .none. paper guarantee pricesII. I Augustine\ H'ol"! IIa' ( "' \/-!,""'nau Gvn" b'n It
Luckily the valley ja/elte has a good >upplv oft I SOME MORE BOND FIGURESOn dend lor the previous veara* less than .:- goodriSluit" 1Vhue, not' h ml.
t ,' clock on land, and] will lie alile lo handle conu'eiably cent. ,oIa u ekh i\ihangc" mi Ic. any ol"plaillt folks ,
'I I vij;!! some want i,
more work without any advance l In cotl liux I numerous' occasions the \alltv G.1I..lIe hascontended Doe newspaper advertising pays | I 'n I I .id the| lulnl I nil .l.h"1 li 1I I 1 l-lkl. II I, pl.rc. ... |I/es 0,11, gnolt .I '
I _
//1 --- - -- : i i Isle in I la i-I I arck'! \iin ,
now before we iiie 'loiced' to fli.iiRo moie I that. a bond issue Miiluienl lo build. the i 'Irul t\I'lin I , ',,,1111, ., m"in ,to \1a"nnth"" v '
THIRTEEN MISTAKES Ire, it ou'' ""u,d 'an'y: i ,it t with'; ,
h : InN' 'led haul II.ICI..I roads in (O),ceoji( countvould '. "I.' Hi i nl h. d.. 'ive- ,u. 'I'lie in 'i i 1
that :1' be and cl, I I" ininiii IK, M niiiiith Thl'I . .
Just lo prove must up im in the I\h. in' , Uy.,, Seal, '
I'' not iov. | laxpa\ers as much. and! "sibly'e / place| | | f'Intel
pr '
/ the matter ol load! Inn'ilinu' ; .il "I'al1'l to kien! III'| ' ." in .IUnuil. live- thin a '.stern ol building roads Ilcie ne,, what Juil c Paul J MiCoimick.. .' I n "ial I !li la,1'.i } / a IHIK "v '?,,ild I Lr, id,. -tt'nng.-I i ih ;,

%.' with our neigllburs' it may prove IIIIl'le'tlnlo/, lo ic.i.l '>.v dnrcl la\ihoii, I'l I i.UK i ". has announced. a- 'Ibirtcen \ t IHIK. t I. 1"1'i ' al Ki i -iinnu these ilern-- "I'axnip of twenty nile,' "I I lie Ini'li, life I t i1! ..1.\-l \ will ".aolalld: pii, '' . "
\Ve have' uspj lintante ari'il-iient in the 1\ < .u ollii i If| | w. .. ,u' to I.55 .ml *.
) :
': way l hrhren 'lamtia I and I I"ir kcii\il'e|" ''!'!" l i1nMe" ... :1 InnI r.>iiiiai4ii| lor a i 'bond, isue of $2)0000()()() m a pioent special' "I(1 I .itltmiil! lo set t lII you OVMI ' U: .', ," 1.1", 11.\ will base ;a I 1',1./(l I'/'". ..?'Ia'; is, |1'.,,i- oIoll'gIh,1'| ,,, , i be* t
\ !! II \\hlill, |I. d'i,01.|
at'I" '
the Putnam countv bond eli I'o'k: |
lion' and l>ll"ll'' ik,tiict lo l-t niv'e' of[ all the. ,unl 1 rong. i" I'0 I ,.:/ t I'"' 'm a| ?!',unil t""I1I.c i ? ""Tt."j
up t r "i i'" ';iin i i I' I f"a.d: ,It I I"I ,
I !
I. Good oRads Association i
county is woikrtig to securea I j'ouiUV>! except ihe Fluid Cllllllnl"Wnrl\ DI full( voi' on the, piupo) cJ! l",ind,, i i'-u. fin $1.3c| 0.) i "nun mil. . .11.'d, In. ,
'', I < !"i has alieady voted lo l bond lot $ I >0.0(11)llnouvjli ( ). ) (11"n. i i''I..d| I tt1' I Id I.I ','
000. vvliuli" will be u-cd lo bold 211 nukes ol' 1111'1.- ) a snmlir.. . !pioccduic "I.. i'\l,ect unifomnlv of pinions in this I I \pinglani\ / l "of: ,till :-fal;( ,. 1", ..i., tut.e_t t. \" mini i'in t''ri. '/{ ,

I ways Our ai !:umi nl, has |Len thai. v\e pct all 01 the "I I tail to make allovvafice for maI pene ,.itioii. .inniiir 'nu-itintr l I at !Kis; \\ a.hJ"l" '"" npid' <. down I ; i ill UUP t Ui, in'

I i lake!.mil In. : foimed a gal( ;is oci, ilion and i- ,oad. need at, the present' lime' and I"1'1',11, to !gel "To endeavor lo mold all clliylo.itinns ,. i 1\t mnih,, I 1''j.I..y :aft ,I' "In' '"f I I Ili,. ;a. PIIIIII'" f")1', :: :) <' plan, 1
planning lo have Inn' poll hnl" in rr.ulmei-s foi.1 I the benefit. if those ro,id- immediately. and the "Not to. yield to unllupnll.lnl| trifles I ' ll.'l- I"i i"tl lets f t I laHI I I If I | l| |ii| I.i \ 'd..illl' li : I h. -I t to build tip .t i d dI'I (

next winter :Moie\ and moie I Flnrula nile ale 'l\eo1l" cot t is no Beater! IIan) under the Inert plan 10 li ok for perfections in our ov, n / l u d I t to I I"i t fak..n up in li",m,.lint/;! 1 I ngie" I m,,,,u'luni,, ,,. getting: I'laude, '! 1)

I planning!,: thi, loini of aniu>inienl lor then \\1'11"' 55I. vuotild Lurid "10 ourselves and others about ," ui that' 1'IVl! ,p.-t.411n'S' .
I ,about lliiee m.le- or le- a Seat. worry \\ i I" not listnl <,'1 ih to' uu'n.f Ills rein 1 J
visitors l and moie, amusements} me.inmoie \ VIMU| 1 LP mnedied ,. 1 li'ii. \\' ,
,i . fo build the same :unoiinl of loads .1-: now con n.t t | 1)1 Ihi l i I.' will I I. vuii? i ;d:loi vvuiiil' i I' i If hi .r'i, sujKceJ) i u ,

F U I I ''mpl'led, l )bv the direct l.n.lf"lI1 [ ilin would teijunej "_:Nol to help eveivhoclv, vvlieicvei \\ I Ih I.wqlll'l| | I l i'ulry, iiight. Th. : ..'do.. ,, \.f"I'" .1 to. "v. hv .* be- ,lid i I' 'I1

fI, N. P. BRYAN FOR U. S. SENATE j!i *> len Scars or more In tea Wars the counties !hov* p\er v\e can. '/ I I'u mi' -- nut uhjetiu'' t i' f,n. 11(1'I' ', hIfhah"I', ,and 'ipnt!,"' A'

.f i ": '- I iicuind us will have nncle such; prome in Ihe'' "To I consider anything impovsiljle that I unpin tin.t than, t tin.e'!, to-whnh 01 1 pas,'In 11.1:1 i i in, I II Io j I is i ii alII' too inui..h of it

Tour BHY.\\ matter of load .l building ihioiiuli/ / the bonding!': plan not UIH'rh perform. hll't'I Lrr-IHIHJ" / :1 |puhti.I.r'i' i to. 1"1"1|" nt:' tin- III'al'r.r.

} x To manv ol the people 'of fKreoh counlv. vxhete1 i ,llial we would he left out of the general progress fir\ believe only what oui finite minds can \' .11 I. '1"1'1' !'' M 1t'a.tungton.) We stout :\:

lie spent Ins 1.0) hood days, vherc he rode horseback :'of the slate and counted) the ":\ot lo make allowances (for the \ : I f marl in 1Va"lungtws, who| will devote ;y
and drove cattle. other i. lIedhen (! among nn -protreive c',.ii,nty,, nni:n;u -I., , "f C I1.e, Ili* i
no name i sections.'e believe,. !, : Vial the loss of ine-tiue l 1i liyI olhers ; ' '" "i"" to the. pi'iiple's busnies<, f
!efernnj.\.\ lo mled Stales Senator !Nathan; P Bivari !i I such procedure would l he len limes moie cosily than; In e.Imale.y, \ some' outside quality, \\ 1111) :mi"'rg i ; nt I'u' '" )x,od, I ihinjr/ "not to. I lidding, ) ,rip,,, of ? puliticnl] | | | md J J
It is a name he loves. II i- the. mat .ills at thin' HI r'ot inn'ting, tili. him. ,
A name r the Interest 1 on the )bond issue lor the full period. 'i is (bat, vsitliin wjuch makes the man. > < llondi (dioweis'; News \$
back to his memory the happy. carefree davol . I "j
Such losses know - --- .
we cannot !be counted dollars .
in ..........,.,
boyhood and manhood. So thai /he likes .
oung II i is I and cents but thai they have a dollars/ and centsvalue I I I TEN LIES FREQUENTLY TOLD i iI -'..L'. 'H" '*
the' v\lio salule! him with -----------------.A..A.--A..A.. ..
to come among people a <.oo
no one can dispute I If --- ;---

as"ho\\'dllole"the proper, place and tonight in which he comes to deliver to KI the"mmec'keynote +It f[ bonding lo show' plan the the annual appended cost of table the has roads) under the. I I'I I I Here are ten lies which are often beard I Letters Prom Our JI

Vie speech welcome! of Ins Senator campaign Bryan for and election with that welcome ['i As!: staled'; list week the section Leen'prepared. included in s I I II fays ing lo the the Daytona amiable Journal Mr Annamas: of the Readerstax i JE JErr.vGC JEv

o I the limits. of the proposed special road district paid I I :
i we wish to announce our intention .to support |I the I Yes we're out, but we've just ordered a "' '':-: :--:-:' : :--:-: :_:_!'':_''''''.._'''' '..'-'. ' 'L. . . . .
lo hard surface road fund last I - - asyBW + ,s
; I him for .election. year taxes Tdon'l, care anything about the money } :: ispa OQCr) ,
s re amounting to $2 .M4.66. The table will show THE: BOM) ISSIMnrch ( K;:
Because we happen to disagree With Senator'I the principle of the thing. -pajers of Osceola county and of .

Bryan upon one of the elements .which has been be that after the first! year less than that amount will I'd just like to have been in his place, 21 191ti. the Whittier district, have been a taxpayer -
needed to care for the retirement of the bonds
shown 'em. __ Valley Gazette
an issue in the present campaign, we feel that : and a voter for 35 and "
and the interest
years .
I If 1 had that ora-littJI'
while I'd .
our decision to him is based firmer woman that an .editorial in '
support upon your when the
I first
and more solid foundation than that of others. amount named 2464466. would build less her a few things.If of March the 10th under head county bond issue forroadimprovemnt vl

t Behind it alt of than three miles of brick roads or to be more nearly I I'd catch a kid of mine at a thing like "Vote the Bonds came under my observation -
we see a man principle not a man I about mentions II I sat down
correct two miles and half. Yes. and figured
a our blister him. \
of policy ; a man who thinks for himself and having petition obtained by over
thought has the to the decision friends who oppose the bond issue say. but in ten If I just had a little money I know where I the free-holders of the carefully over the matter and I found '!I
courage support county that the
; he reaches. years or a little less, we would have the twenty milesor go out and make a pile.I for the election to be held issues benefits derived .from bond .,

.When the Stale Democratic Executive Committee more of roads you want to build immediately I never would care to be rich ; just 15th of April has met with was not in just proportion tothe' 9
.' completed and entirely paid for. True but how fixed. cost. By way of illustration: The .rJ
on in the
adopted the famous south end
now qualification of the
much benefit would proposition is to bond the for /5J
greater yOobtain from those' My wife and I exchanged county
never a cross
( .' some time ago. we publicly expressed our opinion roads if they had been built to keep pace with the If don't think it's good upon grounds of the ap- $250,000.00. the interest on that sum, f ;
k that a mistake had been made insofar at resolutions you a ent of the funds to be raised for 25 i
4 and 5 concerned. Senator counties about us? And t tqj you would have been I don't want you to do it. I years- would be $3 2,400.00, alb*
; were Bryan paying the of each where- lowing yearly decrease in principal { ,
1 same amount taxes year, I've never seen such weather \befo + to say. that I, as one of the I (Continued on Page 9)) t"'f" \, ;

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M; 1 'probably in "February. tt will be' at not bo enforced. Our greatest effort rw \
: St. Cloud I least "three days:, and the very beat should be to use our influence "and 1'

DepartmentNEWS talent will be obtained. A contract vole for officials.who'will realize' that 'ROYAL' ro

hall been made with one of the Jarjf-' "There is but one thing for an officer .

.;+ A'OTES est .bureaus in the United Slates for ; to .do, and that Is to obey his .

', AND OK THE "WONDER CITY" :FROM OUR .OWN the program .to be given. It Is not oath i; there is but one thing for) a 1

I I SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT"I often that a. town only three years citizen to'do and that is to obey the POWDER
, old I has the >ambition to put on so lay. :
; groat an undertaking as this. But It When enforcement is Idioticallyput i

j i\ VETERANS'. ASSOCIATIONThe I the Presbyterian, church. The family Is only a part'of the work under way into the' hands of the enemies of Absolutely Pure

. : ,!. The association was called to order have the sy/npathy of the, communityin . here along progressive lines. the l law, no matter how perfect our No Alum-No

N by President Kenncy. America was ,, their bereavement.The There is,a report that the Twehty legislalion,.we are responsible for its 'Phosphate'J

sung by the choir and audience, with Epworth League business Lakes''Boat Course Club'.will not connect non-erif orcement, unless.wft recall 'the

1 .. the chorister, Wm. '1'. Lynch, Reading, nvateing and social will be held on \ into Lake Hamilton, but this is 1 derelict Official or compel him to obey I, .

t he' having sufficiently r, cov8'l"ed.from' Thursday! evening, at'. the home of purely mistake. The start'j of this his oath. ty of American Indians, at,the fourth' a! century"before any such laws were '

jIo, d' his burns-to" attend to,his duties once Miss Dottle Lawton;east of town. talk was the matter of water hyacinths Governor West of Oregon, in an annual conference recently held at enacted by w hiU lawmaking bodies,

i i --_. more, for which we are alt thankful! Mr. add Mrs. Blackman went to In Lake Hamilton. There area address of welcome to our National Lawrence, Kansas, unanimously and'that, the I Indian for two centuries! -1:

I:r and are glad to congratulate him for Tampa Monday for a few days.J. few'' but they could 'be destroyed Convention, said in port; ,1'When"public adopted resolutions declaring for the has pleaded for the elimination of

) ,'liis escape from being crippled and II. Ferguson spent Tuesday in a short time All that is needed is to officer, a sheriff or a district strict enforcement of anti-liquor pro- this curse.

'I ,1 "_, lisfigurcd. Kissimmee.Mr. get them where the cattle can get at attorney says he can't enforce the visions in all Indian treaties and also "Wo now call upon all Indians to

){ c '\The Wearing of the Green' wasslFng and{ Mrs. Davis and neice, Miss them, and the hyacinths wil[ be eaten law, 'it, means he.does not want U> do declaring for state and national prohibition promote the prohibition the traffic

i /4 as an,,., dof\ St. Patrick's Day Holden, who have been spending the i-p. The present canal from Lake 'tt. There is not a 'one-legged constable of the liquor traffic. entirely' by state and'' national legislation.

on yesterday's, recurrence, winter at the New England house, Hamilton to Lake Sara has benippen- I who weighs ninety-five pounds, ."-Union Signal. ,
1. inadea
:The minutes. of! the previous meet left for their northern home .on Tues- ed up nearly two years, and has no who could Dot) clean up the city of The resolutions which were J'

) Ing were read and approved. day.Miss hyacinth in it, Besides Lake Hamilton Portland, If"we would give him authority part of the pjatform demands of :' Tulle' and gold lace make a lovely .

," ; Comrade M. N. Fuller,.C.-y G,' 73rd Lenora Richards, of Kis- Is the'low level lake, and the and let him go at It,.and"''he the society read: "We invite atten- combination for an evening frock.
Mmmeu, spent several days this week wanted to do it because a crook can't tion to the fact that the first law enacted
:;. 111. Inf., a lecent( arrival, related current will be into it rather than ;
l /', .some humorous stories of his expert with Mrs. J. B. Westcott.: out"of iPwith> the lakes to the west. withstand'the attack of an honest official by congress looking to the cur- I'CHICHESTER! !L s PALLS

j once! IIH a noliiier and a forager. J. 1). Woodbcck spent Tuesday in Also, the strongest winds here and ," tailment of the liquor traffic was enacted IIHANB.fill. .
A, Comrade Miller\ 137th N. Y. Inf., 'Orland6. most frequent are from the west through the efforts of Little 4 ah s.t.e.lll..t! :::.M
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1, W. Q. Reynold left on Monday to into Get Into the Fight. Turtle, the Miami chief; thai the ,,....Ill r.l .Ilk. .
'another newcomer, related similar which would drive floating objects a Mint *llh HIM HUr .. ....... _
Cherokee'legislature begun the enactment h T.k. ". .1 .
.j cxf 'lienccs, and both of I them. said spend, a few days in Tampa. Lake Hamilton instead of out of Get into the fight for God and right, \ Inff Iq. A..... .l'ILI.1a.aa

,j, t.: they were glad( to be in St. Cljud. Mr. and Mrs. 1\IaYl1al'd Meatyard, it. The boat club has thousands of The fight hat is on today, of laws prohibiting the liquor .. yeanknuw.UTANDSO..Ik.l.IIHANU.Mat.Alwtf.H.II.H*

.'" Mrs" Kenncy was in rhuige of the I A ho have been visiting at the home dollars of subscriptions subject to I-'or church. increased in & land released traffic as early as 1819, a quarter 'of SOLD BY DRUGGISTS( CVUmVHCKfi ;

eoci .1 jour, oral MOHenid( the following of the formsr'ii sister, Mrs. J. F. PanUIH the canals being connected into Lake -

r piogrum: +1 left on' Monday for their home Hamilton, which is in fact the objective For rum's satanic sway. \ .

i Falk ('iy of 1 Frcpdt m by the choir. it niooinington, III. point, and the best suited for Get into the fight with heart and

r Tnt\' SimmulpV K J ."ply |;y '''onradeMcf.mlh Mi. and Mrs' Alex. Durham left onlol'clny' boat races, yacht regattas, fishing, might. I

; \ for, u few-days at Tampa.Mis and all such ncquatic) amusements, For lime sake of t'be weary throng I May Lumber Co. I

\':OIIMH' Iligbts," lij Mis: . Reining : John Darby, of Hudson Mich., and sports.. The boat canal is coming Of waifs unclad and women sad,

ton '' i r an encuce, .lie gave "Love I iilM.l' March l">th to spend sometime into Lake Hamilton all right, And brother men gone wrong.
with her father, A. U. Daniel, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
and the canal from Lake Hamilton to
and Latin. Get into the fight! tinny; wins its flight,
,.. Comrade W. C. Borden, 7th Mich. I who has been quite ill, but is much Lake Sara will be cut as soon us the (;et into the fight today! !

C'av., gave a description of the part improved at this writing.Mrs. dredge can get to it. This will be There. is work to do, end the call YELLOW PINE LUMBER

taken by Custer's cavalry brigade in Janvpg Searr, of New York after the dredge gets into Lake Ham- means you,

the battle of Gettysburg.Mrs. City, is visiting at the home of F. O. ilton. The present canal is V'ide Get into the fight to stay. Shingles and Laths

and Scarr.M. but not deep enough. It will
\ Clauson, in crinoline poke enough the dawn is
Get into the fight, for
bonnet, the costume so familiar to W. Angel and family have moved require about 2000 yards of excava. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
Jerusha into the Ladner house on Ohio tion to make it the depth and
us in our soldiering days, as proper Of the day not far remote,
Peterkin, recited When Samyul Led avenue. that is not much of a job for a All we ask is let a* figure OB your estimate
When o'er land from strand to
our ,
the Singin'. For an encore she sung The young people of the M. E. dredge.. It can be done in a few days. strand Courteous ,Attention and Prompt Delivery.
church :will hold a dislike social in the -- -- \.. ,
While Goin' Along. officiated Odd Fellows hall Friday evening.Mr. A "stainless flag- shall float. Phone 21 Kissimmee fla.
Comrade Daugherty as
-They Keyston-
Schofield ,
\ and Mrs. Eugene are
a village postmaster and had great
spending a few days at Tampa I W.C.T.U. COLUMN !
of his
difficulty in supplying some American Indians Urge Prohibition. rrt/Ilar'e.alRla'ea
Mrs. Meat yard, who has been ill I
f with the right colored
lady patrons Amid vigorous applause, the Socle"C .
j at Formosa for some time, came - -
created considerablemerriment
stamps, do is all that
im- What I must concerns
home Saturday evening. slightly .
'I for the audience.
not what people think.--Emer
proved. me;/- m 5" Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pecs. J. t. Barber, Scc'x.TreM.; ;
'omrade Humorous -
Spaulding n
gave K. A. Williamson left Tuesday for son. pf9f111 fm tt f j&Zr
account of his youthful expernce !-
his moc at Kinsman, Ohio
in Iowa faimor and. how the
< us a
On Monday\ evening about thirty of President Harrison once said: "God
loss of his hogs by "lwle"1pl'ompt'd\
: of Milfoid (; has endowed statt an or
I the jounjr' friends 1'0"1. never any JI t
him to his luck Way Down in Ar-
. tiy :'i gu\c/ him n SUIJJIIMC\ as it was his I, philosopher, nor any body of them, -r -& ->* ', .
4 He told. of his experiences('!< >> s iwME
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birthday nnnixei't.ary. The evening with wisdom enough to frame a system I
1 the natives of that state, I W
Diiiong was pleasantly spent with music and ofgoxernment that everybody ?r earnall <
f#/& i., ( :
i ..... which elicited iipifcrous, ; applause1f games and nfttr dainty rofri'slimentsWIMO could po off and leave." Yet there +.' iidlns] \nrlrtl.a l mil HIII hat ndiM ''d 1 1 Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
.1 front i hit nudience.Ctunriide I liax !> It ti H1 d
screed, the 'ounIwople/ went area JJ'on.t: l many people who seem to and lure 11 to In

' \I Wii in" Aikansaw. i rudshaw"hieh'a'sang s When funiivM.iUfl I th\.il'i dll1'I'lenwnyi'I \ wihill"lilfoJ'(1;:\ think; it a small affair for them to hot M! )iit| mil il hin.itt to nur on Broadway; Kissimmee,

u ninny happy .It'tul'n i of the day.I withdiuw from all I political life, and \\ a can itv make
to Comrade Spauliling's nil- liitliirilliilr Opposite Graystone Motel
NImrllt -
| / The Lich. social given on Si !Pat leave our country to run itself.7'he f ol .ill tin-
ill ess. nik'.s Jlay l by the Elsie: 1'. ;MiKlroyauxihaiy :\ good citizens of every class f,. il(4llll.l( Illl Clllp 4.- I ?
( oinrude Tom Allen furmt-hed eil
to live uiiny and navy union must take an interest in these thinps. ,I
amusement. for the audience by some MIII: > PaT.rroA
at the home of Mrs. Vceder was well The banker live merchant and the Hpiildliiiiii. !No. 4 f
improvisations about St. Patrick'sluy attended and a nice sum raised for u manufacturer, the employer nnd the Hour- I'.mrly: KrdIlllim .I I
r ( and other topics, and for an encore I ;good cause. employee must feel that upon each Triumph.ini i Orange Groves, Timber' ands, We Pay Taxes for Non-re
f !sang Tom Allen's High i Water > I''':'' "TSNO. Cattle Ranches; Country and idents
i end Act Owner's
A large crowd of the young peo- individually\ rests the responsibilityof 1 XII1TII as
f Boots, which brought down the house. \ f'4.Ho.nol.4. City Property Agents Rental' i
pre of St. Cloud caamed at Lake Alligator helping to'run this 'government. r Properly
I and the htnall
'f 'J. E also recited selection o _
Ewing a !
t, last Saturday and Sunday. Ministers, too'should r.2alize. that Spanish Two '
I" '"::, about Stu,! I'otr ck'whlch, . i(concludedsung I 1\'tr."Lamson' has sold his they,are not"only: citizens" of thekingdom Crop. '. -- r
,' property ,
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t. the prograrny"lt. ? '
I ' ij Mb l '\:y; !'li and ; of Gotl, ,but of the Reed Co--MllUtt,
I I' ,Y"I\,; ;\ ,;,q,}\' \T1.-' .' "Ctir p ngletJ1G n was on Shieldl jlllinoigi! avenue. I"to'" aMrt;, ? J,Mrs. mentrof! i:the i,|United i\ .J States,'..,and govern-can ll IIfc&Ci HurKum weed NAtaIOrBM"-Ili'tricar- \ ' .....j,' ', 'I,.' :, ," ; , _' .

t t? by the and K hod Urami. ( .
e.a .,. '
Mrs Hatcher 'went'to Tampa.andSt. no more evade'the the responsibilities ('hu rat. Cowp.-H,
the meeting adjourned to meet March 'the of the world
KalTrr Corn. Velvet '
25th. Petersburg to spend few days. of one than the other. The Holy lleann. Upland eyes

?w -- City that John saw, in Patnicfs! was and idea Lowland Seed If .

an earthly city; it came down from
+ >-
.+ W. I. Barber of Kissimmee spent 4 0 God out of Heaven, but it rested on TOMATO PLAINTS
Tuesday in St. Cloud. oCt LAKE HAMILTON l.lvlaaaton Il.auty are on the man who a
the earth. We live in a land where ..d the. K>m...
I Mr. Walnright and daughter Miss a the burden of self-government rests J.k> ......

) Edna left on Monday for a few days OOOooooooa.< o.....* upon its common citizenship.Laws Writs us forweeklyprleell.ton

; at Tampa. Lake Hamilton 'is to be .a money tan no more enforce them- Field
\ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenney and order postoffice beginning the first selves than enact themselves. Many Poultry nerd Feed Oraln.and I

family spend Wednesday the guestsof of next month. times officials fail to realize that t nrrlptlve Sunrjllea. Our catalogs de-

Mr. and Mrs. Anson McGill. The Hamilton \Minstrels entertain their oath of office does not give free on requeit.AimmmroutriTFEEO. SAVESAUSE

: Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, who have ment on St. Patrick's Day at the hotel them discretionary power in regard
I bene spending the winter in St. Cloud
The has
was a great success. troupe Maltc ran litni bif.
I left Monday morning for a trip to
been invited to repeat the show at Piles Cured In 6 to M Days

'Tampa and St. Petersburg before returning Haines City, Tuesday night. The proceeds Your druttlit, will refund money If PAZO (&A.rtARTiN SEED Cc.jACKSONVILLr.FLOmOA. .
to their northern home. .will be used for the lots owned OINTMRNT UIU to cure, any .,... of Itching ,
Blind heeding, or Pro ,. Mrs. D. H. Gill died at her home on by the Women's Club here. The program The ant application dm. nest. and .*.. JOc.: for
Michigan avenue Friday noon, March was as follows: a young man, .
rti 17th. Funeral services were held at Mrs. Interlocutor -- 'self.
Acocmpanist, Olson. a 'thought to The
her home on Wednesday at 10 a. m,, Mr. Olson. Opening( chorus, l r" "" :";" :' ":::" :" ::::::
'''' '
conducted Rev. W. L. Hackett of ipiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiniFOR
by that confront.
i problems
1 "Sunshine Town; "Hush, by Lilly you now, or

e White (Mrs. Teichnor) ; "Nelly Gray"by .
1 1 will few hence.
Artificial Washington (Jack a years


by Fertilizer Jones (Miss Latham) ; 'Look about>> you-Uie IDea of affair, b country, slat, ...60.Ia .-y..,
"Patter Chorus," Minstrels; Solo, tbe world, are the IDea who started to MT early ia life.
Mr. Olson. Closing chorus, "I've Got

*:3nB' >rera Rescued Swiftly After Hope Chicken on My Brain," Minstrels.Solo They kare tk. respect and confidence of tke. ceBuiaairf. f fThe.
Had Faded and Long Tn'.t.lIIenta Mrs. Olson. The second part we have provided in our extensive
Sufferers ,all over the state of Geor was specialties, black faced comedians equipment every facility that' has lack e* tk. ether *i
fFrom have found a ready deliverance Bon Bon Buddy, (Gene Hum- been thoroughly tested for efficiency, .*k.-&.,- May live .a rood time far a while, bat wkat *!... tk=k
the ills of stomach troubles peculiarly mer) ; Christopher Columbus Jones .....aIitr re1.ct1Adolar -
and that is of the
common in the south. one good reason
(Jim Coarsey), and Rufus Roosevelt
Remarkable stories of health regained -
are told by hundreds who have Brown (Godfrey Ramsay). Duet why we are prepared to serve you I or so deposited fa tku bank wiD be (..

used Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It Lilly White and Topsy; (Mrs. A. C. with entire satisfaction. Mclesui of *. koMorakU .bd... idrat carw.

it a remedy with a record. The first Roller). Marinda on the Dullnessof 1' Make your "{Umia( atm today. T.w ;

doM sufferer is always who tries proof' any It is stomach quick. Married Life," ( Mr. Reed Ram- Checking acounts are invited. bank .book will pan tk. way.

Here are what two users say: say) ; Skirt Dance, Topsy and Turvy

REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro, Ga. LIghtfoot (Miss Pinaire) ; Comet solo '

-"I just escaped the operating table. Ephram Taylor, (Mr. Roller). Death

ia-.... Now I ean eat what I please. I would Dance. Skeleton. Recitation, Mrs. 1 a State Ban'k-
.,.. be glad if everybody suffering with Stillwell. The entertainment closed I ii La
stomach trouble could learn of your
with Lacinda Primrose (Miss Lottie
\ remedy.
; SALISTA THOMAS 55. La France Craig) and her Pickirtfnny SchoolA I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I of Kissimmee
St., Atlanta Ga.-"I have taken your number of visitors were present
remedy fire weeks. It has done Yne
from Haines City; Dundee, Winter
f. much good. I feel like I hardly know CapItaIIteck: _________________, , __________100000.00
.: my strength-my appetite is fine." Haven, and other nearby towns. It DIRECTORS: ...mess ov.r _________________________________ .....toO."
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives will probably be a regular annual

f a permanent results lor stomach, liver entertainment here, as ThanksgivingDay ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. Oilcan and Director
),' + '_.. and and whatever intestinal Ton ailment like. No Eat more as much distress is. It wu very well demonstrated C. A. CARSON. FW. J. I M. LEE. Vk P.....

I after atW, preMifi-e of gas in that there U a large amount of c F. W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD
,, ., :m, tU stomach and around the heart. talent here in musical and histrionic l :] M. KATZ. 2nd Vic FW.

r" Get one bottle of your druggist now lines, which needs Only an opportunity = ROMA THOMASd. Ca.6iee
and try it on an absolute guarantee to express: : Itself.Arrangements '
If not satisfactory will be re-
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Here arc:. of the commends.. '
Matty Bandy, :Miss Helen Saw. !'much -merriment was caused by a u).r vote of! 208,914; UonsJ ..-.
-r, 11'U" I fruit which were theme of Mr Woolley's speech ,
Miss Wenner"',Miss Marion Sar- string of dangling The Basking. Ridge' N.- .3 1
gent, Mn F, P. Reaves and, Mist taken from the string without using was 'the Christian as a voter,, his re- The Basking Ridge church has roe
Notes $ \ : at the polls, and a telling '
.!) < Alice K.. Pratt.MOTHERS I the hands. sponsibiJities what ported Rev. W.:T. Mitchell for four, :
a . ,! The crowning feature however word pfcture was given of t
great earnestness t
AND TEACHERS CLUB the assembled it voter teen years.
I when guests were might be accomplished every
Mattlc Bill. lUrrU. Edtt r.) session of I and devotion to the work, togetherwith
( The regular social the before a canvas on which _a ,,did his duty The power of the church
Mothers and, Teachers Club was held tailless donkey was p ctored. Each behind' the,' movement waj .!emphasized his wid'e knowledge' of (Conditionsin -

Request U made to ,aH patrons .f the Valley Gazette I*, seal,,Items last Friday afternoon at the Hart one in"turn was blindfolded and,, then} and the talk ,was an effective and India, 'make him a speaker of unusual -

a the EJiUr f. poblicatica in these clims.ic Memorial. There was a good attendance proceeded re-tail the donkey And stirring plea for: a saloon-less America interest Mr,. Mitchell has a +
of .Society. Event U r of members and the children .. great message He speaks from experience
if some such animal as the ones' complcle'd ;, '
from the classes of Miss Emma'Yow-; .and he is, sure, to arouse interest
should be roaming at s?
seen : Mr. Woolley is one of the most
. . - ell and Miss Lillie Dale took part in would beconsider! and enthusiasm wherever he
largo" it certainly toted figures in the temperance re- "
SENIOR PARTY. luncheon given by Mis,* Leon: Rob!- ,the, program', which was as ,follows. : ed a remarkable: freak: of nature work. For more than a quar. goes. '

Prof, and Mrs. U. M. Evans will erson at her attractive home on Mab Sqng, Bird Song-children.Racitation I I prizes were awarded 'uy the form 1 Beth'\ LAUREN J. BENNETT,
Thyeo. he has employed
""I r ,entertain the members of t.he'.Se'nior hette street Thursday evening to the ! of children: ,. judges. as.. follows: first prize" sugar tcr voicfe and a .century In the effort to arouse Pastor Basking Ridge: N. J., Presby. 1'
and High School faculty t.Qf members of the choir of the Metho- Subject-Earning and Saving second pen church. ...
.Class dist I shell, :Mr. Lonnie Hugheyj the nation to the curs of the liquor .. ...
night. ; at their home on Bryan street church: Song-Children, prize. lea strainer, Dr. Funk; consola' I traffic and for over.twenty years he -- --
'. The rooms were pleasingly decorated Paper, Effect of Earjiing'and Saving James I HI.liard. ] Rev. W. T. Mitchell, of India occupied
lion prize, pipe in "lecturej )
f' GIVF: *-iINNER) PAUTYMr. with'pink rose and ferns. The on'Character, by :Mrs.: S. L. Lup j has been actively engaged i ii the pulpit 'or.the First Presj
J"f and Mrs. J. McPhatter enter\ lining, ule''witS), laid with a Japanese fer. i itfong lemonade j .v<1rk throughout; the country. It hasSeen hyterian church on a recent 7
Delicious\ lefieshments of Sunday1
tained at a ,six o'clock dinner last luncheon set and! centered with a cutglass -' "Wnl : friends, Mr. um. Mrs.! und |jopvorn \were served: i if national, prohibition will be a triumph -
1 t, week for their \' / howl\ nasturtiums., ]Dainty Reading, Mrs. Mnkirson. Master" lames :then entertained j tcrested attention of the congregation
11) C. E. Moore\ of St. Petersburg! held) the assented nuts and | for 110 single\ individual more
; l pink roses Solo "Miss: Mary"-Dotsic Thom- of more than M thousand, people as ,he .
r wit 1t sbme 'new 4 m'in records on 'J Q
: Helen/ John (G. for, probably
: than Woolley
daul'htt'rlisl\ .
their charming idea in
thV rose )prevailed the placecards. an. I ,told l in clear forceful! words! the story
I and Will Moore, brother of ('. K: phonograph.The | no man has been a larger" factor .in ...
I : t Reading, :Mrs.: Warin late .hourd0cfnring of conditions in' India. To hear Mr. .
guests departed at a\ the
few the civic conscience of
i Moore. They are "upending A delicious salad course was served Solo "My: Violet" and "Eyes of the evening to \\have been arousing" ( ; :Mitchell i is! both an inspiration and /
weeks in KissinVtiu-e and l Klsnimmee followed, by, chocolate and uiarguei nation und i.n preparing" public sen- I and it is
,. Bhie, :Miss S Speir. I aid .vjsliing an education, a privilege any
most delightfully spent
: ,
tAt tinu-nt for III national prohibition
Park. ites. Talk on Earning and Saving:, byMrs. .1 to i pastor might\ coVet for his congregation. .
Hiss I i Burgess! a speedy return our
WOMVS: 'it'it'nxu| TO MKKT the luncheon were Mr.. and Mrs : Fripp., ; locality./ '"' ,'"n>| ,>i that i is now on. I He has a great message and 4

will I'. K:, W"lIII'K; .1. R. Gilbert, Miss l Refreshments" of tea and cakes of gives it with force and power. I am
,I The Ki"sinmwe'omnn's dub I Those! present\ were: the guest; 1
r Elh! :Mae i ; meet :Monday afternoon ut the Hart AII''I.ia I i honor, :Miss\ :Mary, Meek Burgess; ;Mr.I'.cTt .
.."on. Miss Hopson, Miss Alma 'It : service in his itinerary.S. '
' Memorial promptly at alO!$:: o'clock. : Turn 'rf< of Atlanta; :Mr. and
tIf' that there IHu full attendance t'j, ffin, ;Miss Peggy.Bobbitt\ Mrs. B.ILC.CLASS BANQUET" i Jr's. C. II. Funk )Dr.) and Mrs H. II. I' .' S. ESTEY,
t It is desired Twenty-five memlvcrs of the Bara-.1 : ON 20 ,YEARS IN INDIA
Maude Alice
f Lane 1'nulk, Miss Wagner ,
First Church
Presbyterian" Topeka
of members) as many topics I funk, Dwight Funk :III'. and! ;Mrs."
Methodist: church and
Class of the :
:Miss Mai'lea Bishop, 'M iNs EthelRobcron ca
I .
{,. of Importance are to IKacted upon, W. G McClain, : Mr. and :Mrs.: Wether- Hans.Keep ;
their teacher Prof. R. M. Evans
Messrs. O. .c. ri"rce. J. L.: entertained \ ,. I' "TWENTYYEARS: ; EXPERIENCE : -- ___
amoitf| them plans for the entertain4 \ with at the bee; :Mrs. N"lIieV..thl'l'b :Mr. )looms : m ----_--
and II. and a banquet Gray-
(Overs!"reel Armstrong : ; IN INDIA.I )
ment of the women menders of them ) stone hotel Tuesday, evening Hughey, Mrs. II. C. Lightsey and

J State Press" Association party which Mrs..1.Roberson.' Z. Roberson.and. Miss Leona The guests: were seated at a little daughter :Mildred, ':and 1 :Miss Isa I A message that i is .Ent1 tainilllC.I YourselfUp

meets "here on April J.'l, 14 and 15': long Nighxwonger.i Educational and Inspiring. ,
I table, which was attractive with ,. I
The club will) also take up the inuttvi. IMMSC1LLA CLUBMr (( flowers and enjoyed an elaborate i I * By Rev Win. T. Mitchell of Mam-;

A of adopting official colors. : '. II. M. Pfann charmingly; entertained I' four-course collation. TI'KSDVY EVEN1NC puri. India. to Scratch

;,' Miss Anne Bryan ('arson county ( the members of the Pris- j Prof. R. M. Evans proved a witty ENTERTAINMENT: : : I This addre-.s will he delivered at '"' ,

t Canning club agent has consented to cillu, club Saturday at her pleasant i and resourceful toastmaster and The reception held at the Halt, Me- '[I the Foist: Presbyterian" church of Fortify Ycur: SvsU ml; Before '

4 r.. attend &nd 1 give a talk on domestic home i>"n Emmett street. I many splendid speeches were made. morial Tuesday evening; was largely' Kissimmec Thursday, :March :'JOth! ,

,, science. The time was spent quite informally I Rev S. W. Lawler ably responded to attended. Mrs. W. I. Winn and :Mrs. : ut 1:30!::}( o'clock p. m., and oeiybodyI 1 '' it is Weakened by Ills.

I "SPENU-TIII--\FTEUSOO\w l;* : with social conversation and j the toast, "Why We Should Go to flay Johnson were hostesses and! arranged I is invited' to hear it.

f E1 J PARTY many dainty pieces of fancy work Sunday School ;" A. W. Gustus gave a for the program a "Friday ; This engament has been on for Don't wait until you are 'actually

Mrd..J. E. I.upfer invited a numberof ), were in evidence. Confections were I very complete history of "The Baraca I Afternoon Exercise at the "Country I about three months, and can not l I..- sick to take a laxative you know "an

,i the afternoon"at served to the guests throughout the I Movement and the Local Organization School House of Long Ago :Manyof i.postponed. Hence (Ii i:30:: j iset for its ounce of prevention .is woi.thI pound
friends to "spend
her pretty home on 'Verona street, afternoon. I ;" J. Wad Tucker's impromptu those taking; part in the program' : hearing in order that all who wishto j of cure." Jf you will just take L.IV-

Those present were :Mrs II. M. speech was enjoyed by all. Everyone wore costumes suitable to the occa- do so can hen it and then attend 1 VEK-I.AX regularly, it will keep you
afternoon complimentary
t" to Saturday Mrs. Kiikbnde, of Dayton Ohio, I'f..nn.It.: ._. I D. S.1: ,U'ks.Irs.: S. R. I present made some expression during sinii and all responded to pseudonym : the sei\ievs at the :Methodi-t thuich. I continually, in the best l possible shape,

. the guest of her daughter, Mr*. Wade, :Mis.\ G. T. SinllewryIrs: | the evening. 1'. K. Weaver and Vhich brought ripples of. laughter i I Theie, will not he any door, f"I blight, energetic! and happy. It isI

y (' now Winn. .f W. (Cluinman, Mis J. C'. Onflin i i 1 L. U. Zimmerman gave interesting: from the audience., Recitations, this meet ng. hut an oppoitumly will I made of harmless vegetable matter
W. L. '
'f conversation and fancy workprevailed and wee daughter, Miss Jessie Mae ; outlines of local class work. songs, piano numbers and dialogueswere )be green for free-will off. rr'tgs.; I'and by acting gently but effectively
Merry I I
I the afternoon and :Mrs.\ (i. I II. Prather. Mrs K. P. Butler I Those present were: Trof. R, M. rendered by "Nannie B." Lup The speaker has h'gh cnmmenda-1 keeps the systemleered' of poisons'

I II\ ' during contest" added to the :Mis. S. (;. Hag.sdale, Mrs. Fred S. Gil- | Evans Rev. S. W. Lawler, J. Wade fer, "Kdie" Bullock, ."Minnie" Rogers ; I lions as such and hisuhjel'l should! and,' ready to perform, its best work.

, I a amusement"penny of the guests 1 Dainty beil, t :\11'''. A. L. Stevens Mrs. J. Mc- II Tucker A. W. Justus, S, H. Bullock "Francie" Bay, "Little Clay" 1 interest a large; number of 'people. V-VKK-I.AX: 'is sold under an absolute -

refreshments of sandwiches tea and Phalter, :Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mrs. H.SL jr.; Harper Casler Carlysle: Bronson,( ,Johnson. "Alminie" Leitner "Jim- ''I Let the house be crowded On this occasion. I guarantee to give satisfaction,

; ', cakes served. : !Breaker, :Mrs. Robert Glover, Mrs.M. I James Oliver Ernest Oliver C. B. mi-. Willson "Maudie" Thomason\ I Such a man with such a message or money will he it-turned. For sale\
I were
r The guests included Mrs. Kiik- : E.: Waring, Miss Jessie E. Boston :McCaughen Leon Estey, W. C. Bass and "Norris" Harris. By way of con- ; i is worthy of a great 'crowd and in' ROc) and $1 bottles at Osceola Tharntacy. -

\ bride Mrs..W. L. Winn, Mrs. E.: Edwards ;Mrs\ A, M. Chisholm} Mrs. G. F. jr..; Ralph Turner, Chauncy Hawthorne trust, a very modern recitation was an eager hearing.I .

t. Miss Alminu I/eitner, Mrs. S. l'ul"l'r.Irq.: J. Woodall Mrs. J. Z. James Womack P. K. Weaver I rendered by little Helen Hoyt Winn. I!, .
Roberson and Mrs. F:. E. Wells The cantillation, "Grandmother'sPatchwork 1 -- ,
i L. Lupfer Mrs. II. W. lice. Miss L. U. Zimmerman Will Mason ....
<-X.. ylfJi fj x--c--HwX--
of this Quilt, given, by :Mrs.
The next meeting; popular
+ Mrs. Roma Thomas Tiller, Vincent Goodrich, Russell '
Frances Bay
1 '
t club will be at the home of Mrs. Lade/ Fnpp, with Miss Beals as accompanist : -
Cole, G. M. Persons, Charles Persons, ,
and Mrs. Mark Mungr. i I"J H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY
f Taulk on North Main street. G. G. Crawford Morris BunneJl G. B. gave a touch of pathos which 3
ftITU drought a thrill to the hearts of 'the ii: FLORIDA "TA. Land Enchantment., "It Biing Morm \
'G Reynolds. I j : AapitOmvflot d Than Attv OIt.r 5f r n thm Union
A large attendance marked the :MISS sMtcn.xr ENTERTAINS listeners and Rev. S. W. Lawler concluded -
I *
regular meeting of the Kissimmee Miss Marion Saigent gave a pretty, Jl'NIORS:' ENTERTAINThe the program with a "Kulogy : BREAKER & BARCLAY

Music club Monday night at the Hart (party at her apartments in the Gazette ,- Juniors of the Osceola high I of the Old Time Country School I 1 Real Estate and Insurance CFa p'e.nd.:
building Friday evening; complimentary House." A spelling match with all
a Memorial, when the following entertaining school entertained the seniors, the
program was rendered : to her guests, Mrs. F. P. faculty and a few friends Friday present participating was led ty 'l? J. M. COOPER Clerk Kittimmte, Fla. ::;:

Voice "The Year's at the Spring, I Reaves, of Avon (Talk, and Miss AliceK. evening at the home of Mrs. I). G. "Jimmie" Willson and "Al rninie" ""S" Co/on.on Lon" ,

(Mrs. 11. II. A. Beach), Miss Marlea Pratt,'of Baltimore.The Francis. The rooms were decoratedwith Leitner and resulted in a victory to y.rJ.w: : wsw ooaaoaa as oaa ark O

6 Bishop. time was pleasantly spent with artistic skill and tactc. Upon the latter, and completed this most -- ,--- -- - -o-aaaa -

j Paper, "Women Composers," Mrs. games and (contests an automobile the arrival of /Ithe seniors they were, unique and enjoyable program OO>C>*H} o-<1'000.00000000-tOo-00- ,
Aultman. much merriment received the entire of uniqu and enjoyable evening., '
Henry by personnel
Paper-Mrs. IK II, A<> Beach: Miss," contesausinlt;:r ;: was given the thepjunior+l\classj.' : ;:Thetigueste'were "''i' '' ', F : * ' INSURANCE' and REAL ESTATE f fLei ; "J
I ,4/-, ' "GJVEipt\HCEJ.[ POST SALE ;
Almina'I.eitnert 1 I .V'/ >' 'i KI..l l\\1.1.1\1.\: \ i't; : : Iho most.1 ,complete I conducted. itojjai eTandaSwhereJjJnssAmy ... M/, .;"'1 '"....j...t i ( ;., ;
Voice>:"' TodayJjlJCafrSlIfJacobBond ( ,!list[ofiunsweisJandMri{ :! Butler i relcelv Makinsonfeerved l green fruit '!$.TheLadiesAid'? I!?SocielyfTof: Ij/!!the' ,

),'Miss Inez Carson.! .' : d the consolltlon."
K' Paper, "Carrie Jacob Bond" Miss Dainty refreshments of fruit her pleasant task by the members of post Sale and chicken salad luncheonat I Information in regard to property for ,
punch ice cream and cakes were the Hart Memorial Wednesday
Elsie Norton the class.
sale and
\ rent cheerful'y given.
Voice "A Hundred Years from served\ I by the" hostess, assisted by the The merry crowd then enjoyed a afternoon and evening. The articles
Now," (Carrie Jacob Bond), Miss Su- ho-ior guests Green papr hats and contest of word making from the letters II offered for sale were all sold duringthe I In qdctition to fifteen other good companies, we

: ate Spear. I ,ham"o"k"'I'e used. as favor\ and contained; in the words St. Tatrick's j I afternoon\ and evening and! a now represent the well known .

Cantillation "The Patchwork Quilt"Natalie a color scheme' prevailed in the decoiations Hay and Will Mason\ Tiller was I neat sum was realized for the "0- ,

t' ( Whitted Trice), Mrs. W..1. I of the rooms, which was in awarded a prize, a volume of ciety. I': HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of-New York

t' Fripp with Miss Myrtilla Heals as accompanist. hUl'lno"yllh the date, :March 17. ren's Verse ( Stevenson ). Chilcl-j) Miss Jean Caldwell was in charge! D. G. WAGNER.: : ;

I At the pmty were :Mrs\ K. P. Butler :Makinson was consolod with n k'w-I of the ticket table. :Mrs C. X.: Paver 1 t'

* CENTER'I'.tINS I :Miss I Withetspoon: Miss Jessie I i pie tied with a green ribbon. Greathilarity ; I and Mrs. W. J. Evans: were in charge Second Floor Citizens Bank Bldg. I Kissimmee, Fla. i

CHOIR Pagetle, Miss )Fieda Reidell, Miss! of the parcel lost table. Thr social
I prevailed when all were invited *'X'*+-:'M>*M -<-:-X-><"M">*4'M )**-:-.,:..:-.
A pretty recent social event was a Lola Kenton' Miss:: Elizabeth Peake to kiss the "Blarney Stone" and features were looked after by :Mrs.

'then vie with each other in a contest :Miller, :Miss! Lathrop, ;Mrs., I GooigeDonegal .
u - -- - .1, lof :Sentimental Remarks. Mrs. Nor- ) :Mrs. Kate Lnliy, Mrs t<..;.<.<-iM><..><{{;-;-<->.;..:.<..:-:'':'+-: ::--hti''M:-}fi{+M P4-0t4+ab44404A-

Ifain.s the winner '' Tom Moseley and I :Mis, K. 1'. Huller
pronounced :
11'i" was :: I
and with Irish' They were a.ssi" ted in serving by 1'
was presented an
They ''ftll, while Miss Marie .Boyd received ;, ;Misses Ruth 'Uutler, (;race Nc'son' i Three Big Specials I i:

a favor t filled with green; ; candy as a Ella Witherspoon, mid Lola Kenlon

1 boob! nrize. i fI

) Those enjoying this delightful\' WOOLEY GIVES ABLE I !j For Women
r StandUp event were, : Mrs. 1)1 G. Francis, her.

: ti, '}'I mother Mrs..1.: 11. Harris Supt C. E. .1.

/ I Powell' Tiof R. :M-Ejarns, Trof. W. PROHIBITION ADDRESSJohn J I. S' .

l IN. Wn-tj Harris Miss ; ::: One-half inch awning stripe skirts, side trimmed with X
t ; Myrtilla F. Beals, Miss Almena Leit- Granville Woolley and Dr. G. I :f pockets and pearl buttons; front made

,r ner, Misses Mnyme Witherspoon W. Morrow lectured on Prohibition at Ii with pleat at center trimmed with buttons A:
, y"r rr I'i i Elsie JietEdna Calkins, Amy Mak- I $ .25
-s the Methodist church last night and to match; in black and white, rose and ] '
inson Dotsio Thomas
: r' Unlike common or Abby Harris, (
fulfilled the measure of expectation.Both white and
I Lois Dollie Alford Copenhagen and white Only
;, flakes, the New Post Johnson Mattie i ,
) are veterans in the cause and f
Belle Harris, Grace Winn, Orpha
Toustiesdon'tmush Rose, Ethel 1 Gilbert Helen Bass, I .are accomplishing; great things. ;
I : down when milk or Marie Boyd, Maurine Dann Celeste\ Mr. Woolley is unique, in a class Palm Beach Skirts with pockets and but- .

cream is added. Moseley Tarah Clark, Kathlyn Bear- all by himself as a lecturer, and his tons to match; fine quality and best of $ fz598c
j. address here is one! of the most force- $1
workmanship we selling them
den; Lilian Prentis; Messrs. Sheldon ; are at the
: ful and convincing we have ever hadon
And they have a charming new fla.vour-delicious., Johnson Don Beuter, L. D. Geiger the subject. low figure of .

,J Will Mason Tiller, Arthur Jarrell,
different the true essence of the corn-not found in Mr. Woolley was born In Collins-
; i corn flakes heretofore. Tony Regero, George Cooper, Nat ville Ohio and graduated from the Those always neat and dressy White Linen
+ Carson, Frank Calking!, Ralph Bear-
1 Wesleyan University of that state. Skirts in fine quality and stylishly patterned
den, Roy Graves, Glenn Rose, Harper
The intense heat of the new process of manufacture Casler Nelson Makinson, Willie lie was admitted to the bar of the worth much more than we are asking,
of Illinois in 1873 and
wj .1' raises tiny bubbles on each delicious brown flake and Sutton, Earl Cowger and Charles supreme only .
1 1T to the bar of the supreme court of
I these little puffs are the identifying feature. Person. the United States in 1885. He was W

MISS HILLIARD* ENTERTAINS city attorney of Paris, Illinois, in Untrimmed Panama Hats, fine quality, in

These new flakes are firmer crisper, and don't Miss Irene Hilliard entertained last 1876-7 and state attorney in Minne- three styles; we have sold them for more

i F crumble the package-in comparison ordinary corn Tuesday evening in honor of her apolis in 1884.6. Since 1890 he has and they are worth more, but they are 89c

"chaff." charming guest, Miss Mary Beck devoted himself largely to writingand going now at .
t 15- flakes are as .
1 Burgess of South Carolina, who re- lecturing against intemperance .
turned home the latter part of the !and for the cause of prohibition. He

I Ji: Your grocer can send you a package: ofToasties week. has spoken to large audiences bothin

.1' The lawn was well lighted with this country and in England. In DOLLAR LIMIT STORE

decorated lanterns, Japanese lanterns 1899 he became editor of the New l

4 New Post a big bonfire and old Lunar.A Voice, A prohibition paper, and in (
t song: and readings were well 1900 was the candidate of the 'Pro G. W. PERSONS CO.

rendered and the eveningwas pleasantly hibition party for president of the

TV t at spent in playing games, andS United States and received the pop- 1

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Y -1 (Telsaboae )(o. It) chased Buick automobileb Bryan (pui Mrs. Watson and Miss ..Malloy, city court today. Light -fines and a nich of Loughman; 'Donald W. McDonald Is a Inc musical orgsdifsattoo and 1.
a durinlr the guests of E. D. Malloy and daughter, warning of heavier In
past week Uncle Dave penalties the 'Of Daytona Beach; Lewis an outstanding feature of the per*
Published Er nr Friday Bf joined the Cayson has Miss Ouida; 'spent several days this future were meted out by Mayor Pike, of Greenwood, B. P. Pike of formance.

W. .. IIARRI .. H. 0..versa AGNEW. Overland.autoists and is riding In anew week visiting: In Tampa.J. May. It Is I believed that the crusade Whittier; J. B. Burr and H. V. Wilson After the show the members of the

D. Woodbeck. Orlando spent will result in a closer'observance of of St. Cloud; C W Jenkins, of company were entertained with ate

"OOO O OOOO.OOO.tot... C C. Hare, of the bureau of Crop' Thursday in the city. the speed law'in the future Manatee; Lewis Horst, of St.. Cloud; impromptu dance and reception at

Estimates, Department of Agriculture Lacy Johnson C, II. Marsh,.of St. Cloud; R. H. Bow. the Golf Club, which ,was greatly en-
Jr.t) : with headquarters at'Gainesville Mr. and Mrs: F. S. Wesley', of Congressman W..private'secretary-J, Scars ser, of Ohio; W. W. Hurd,' of Tampa. joyed both by the visitors. and the
spent several
was a :visitor in the city Wednesday Troy, Ala, returned to their homeon ; townspeople ,
I "
Wednesday 'after spending 'two, days here this week, having come Arthur T, Arnold: of Wheeling, W. '.
home to register and .to look after Va. who
.. Following months at the home _of Mrs. Farmer.. :. spoke to the Sunday school CARD OF THANKS
daily 'matters
are tempera. Special Monday some for Mr. Sears. Mr. people of' Kissimmee Wednesday afternoon
morning at 8:30- We wish to sincere and
tures-1 and precipitations aft reported Turkish Mrs. Lou L. Jackson, of Irvine, Ky., Johnson that express our
announces CongressmanSears
bath and
by Government station. u \ towels', 10 cents'each. night at the Baptist heartfelt thanks to our friends. who> I
at Kissimmee for the week ending They are 21x44 and the. regular 25 who has been spending several weeks is very busy 'just at. present church, fulfilled the measure that had have shown 'us their kind sympathy :

"Thursday, March 23: cent, kind; while 1.ooy'last' to each visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. W. Wild- and that he will come home sometime been erected for him, Our people.both by words and acts of condolence

." Max. Min. Rain customer. The Story Store. er, left 'Thursday: for her home.! next month, if he can get away! were thoroughly) delighted with him, in'our bereavement occasioned by the \:

Friday .. 68 33 from his duties in Washington i and/ are greatly benefited his virile '
.on Dr. W. B. Witherspoon Tues- by of husband
Mr7 'and Mrs. spent I )| death our and father, G. i'
+, Saturday __n 77 31j!} Mrs. Bolton Johnson, Mr. and day in Winter Haven visiting Dr. E. The Breaker' and Barclay Realty message. lie I 10 the general secretary J. Yates. Mrs. G. J. Yates and fa Ii

Sunday .. ,u82 49 and daughber, and William G. McLean, who is seriously ill and of Kissimmee ofthe,, Sunday school associationof J. Yates. 'Ig
.-s. Monday nn 85 51 several Bolton, all of Leslie, Gk., 'spent not expected to recover. company offices'in Orlando in order, .to opened handle his state, and is- master of hiework Mrs. G. J. Yates and family.

Tuesday __ ._ 83 50 days here this week the lie has been loaned to the
Wednesday __ 84 56' guests of John -M. l Lee and' Miss Mil- The topics for'''discourse at the their business in that section The Florida association for a few days CATHOLIC SERVICES *' ,
dred Lee.Special. Presbyterian church Orlando 'office will be in charge of
Thursday .__ 86 63 Sunday are: and is' certainly doing masterful Devotion and confession Saturday. ''iI.'
? .. "Aloneness," in the morning and J. A. Barclay 'and! Clarence Bunnoll, '
I 4 Monday morning at 8:30-: "Raising Our Standards" at night. while Mr. Breaker will have charge service 'at 7:30: p. m. JMass will be said Sunday .
.. 4-0-04-0bP0 8
a. m. Sunday school immediately
Turkish :
bath of
towels 10 cents each. the office here. Messrs. Barclayand Miss Rhea Pherigo, who was formerly r
Mr. .and Mrs. H. I. Herrington, of after mass. other .
A They are J21x44: and the 25 ] Bitnnell' the Any sere
regular ; are making trip to located l in the office of J. M.
11 cent kind; while they I lj>st one to each Ridgeway, 111., arrived Wednesdayand and from Orlando each day by auto. W'Hson' jr., as stenographer, has ice will be announced at mass.
customer. The Story Stone are spending a week in Kissimmee The Orlando office of the firm is taken j\
: I The Local Field i ixo J. I lIe\\'lils stopping at the Fouts boardinghouse in live Rock building, opposite located Room charge and of club the house Hart, MemorialRest reJi.t'vingMisR --s .

and family left l Saturdayfor the San Juan hotel.: Minrie Rodgers: who will spend ;. LOnGE'MEETINGS P :,

t M"q- -{ ::..'ry'isi? ,k4ry0ws is Knoxville, Term.! where they will J.P. Merriwcather! njyj C. M. Mc- several weeks resting before leaving :; 4'
reside on their dairy farm near that The Valley Gazette force i's' indebted Oo .Oo OO OOOOOOoO:
Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. Kenney! who are connected with the to resume her work at Skyland, Va.,
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 30tf I city, recently purchased from George Chero-Cola Bottling Works in Orlando to the Ladi s Aid of the Presbyterian -' where );he is stenographer to the WOODMENS CIRCLE, Tohopeka.liga .
Fox, of this city. They leave -many church for? a fine spread of chicken Grove No. 65, meets every first
See the "Butcher Boy" on page 2. I spent Wednesday in the city advertising manager of the big summer resort
friends who sincerely regret their departure. salad, .coffee and other 'I' and third Tuesday night. Social
The Story Store helps you to "sae. their product. ;. Wednesday afternoon. The good women 'there in the Blue Ridge Mountains.Miss meetings second and fourth Tuesday

,Miss Mildred Anderson, of Shingle of the aid Rodgers has done fine work during afternoon in Fraternity Hall.
society : .
Lee: Jarrell spent Sunday with B. C. Dutton, ,. formerly, of Kissim- were holdinga the winter months the ,
I I at Hart
Creek, is spending some time with parcel post sale mid luncheon. at the Mrs. Ollar, guardian;. Mrs. Best, C '
friends: in DeLand. I mee, was greeting his friends here I Memorial and visitors who .
her sister Mrs K. P. Butler while many .
Hart :Memorial and Wanted the newspaper Mrs. Best, clerk.
\ several days this week. Bartow, ashe have stopped there for a rest duringthe '1
See our new Panama hats for men, I attending the teachers' course in thelocal force to partake of the good Mrs. Ollar, Guardian.
is known, is now connected with day have registeredhcir __ __ !t
names ,
$:i.roo and 400. F. H. Jjtwson. I high school.J. things they served. The spread was U
the Consolidated Naval Stores company I on the. register kept there for that j 'ft
) Mr. and :Mrs.: II. F. flouter left! with headquarters in Savannah, R. Witkins, of Pitts-burg, Pa., thoroughly enjoyed} and the boys all purpose.! They found a congenial' ,
<4 e hope that the good will hold :
Monday for Tampa to spend several la..; and was here on business who has been spending the winter women place to rest a few minutes and were

days. :Miss Margaret argent hud for her here, left Thursday for his home. He another luncheon.real soon. I I made to feel at home, so much so that ( WE OPEN FOR .

New line of $'"> and $
men at F. II. LIIWHOII'S.! F. C. Reaves, and .cousin Miss Alice brui.?d yesterday. morning, when she next year. >

\\I. I E. Thomas, manager of the New was struck by an automobile driven '
Pratt of Baltimore. :Md. who Mr.
Attorney L. C. :Massey.of Orlando, came I and Mrs. C. II. Wilson! of BUSINESSSATURDAY
here from Avon Park, where they Eden Plantation at Narcoossee, by Mrs. Bruenhofer. The accident Brevvster Fla.
in the this
i was a business, visitor in the (city on | were city i
states that his has sold occurred in front, of the Harrison :
have been spending time visiting company I week
Monday. | some having been called here by the I
;( $400 worth of as a direct resultof home on Brack ttreet. Mrs. Harrison
| with relatives. syrup death of
Mrs. Wilson's father, G. J. |
1 Big line of white .shoes for men and the Osceola county exhibit at the had started across the street to Yates.

women at F. II. Law son's. Prices! to John A. Huffman returned to his South Florida Fair in Tampa.C. pick up one of her children, whom shefeared I '- _
home in Cincinnati Ohm, Tuesday, .
i suit. '| B. Jacobs, of Ilurm .h, India, might he hit by an automo 1
;after spending! the winter monthsI COLLEGE BOYS GIVE MARCH
;, bile. 1111'''. Bruenhofer, in turning the 25thNext
Miss. Billie Wilson, and :Mrs. NellieRogero I with, his daughter, Mrs G. I.'. Parker. who is spending/ some time here, received
machine to dodge the child, accidently .
.1 1 spent the week-end with :Miss Mr.! Huffman is among the regular a telegram this week announc- struck Mrs., Ilrrrison. FINE MINSTREL SHOWA

Wilson's mother at Apopka. winter residents of the city and his ing the death of his father .!at Warren I Door to

I\ The. .Story Store sells it for less.. many friends will anticipate his return Pa. FLAT FOR RENT-Furnished or un-

i,' next year. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ray Katz, who furr'shed.: Apply at the' Gazette good-sized audience assembledat Lupfer & Prather ,.
M. H. Harrison is rapidly improving office.J. .
have been, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Graystone Casino on Wednes-
II. R. Fulton and J. R. Winston of
from a five weeks' illness. He is ,
.J able to be Washington, I). C., who are plant M. Katz for several weeks, have returned -, J. Tucker, father of J. Wade day night to witness the Universityof GarageCOMMERCIAL'

. .;" now up. pathologists under the employ of the to their home in Baltimore. ; Tucker of the Everglades Cypress Florida Greater Minstrels and

The "Butcher Boy" on page 2 has U. S. Department of Agriculture, are They go via St. Augustine and Jack- : company and the Tucker Brick com- when the curtain was run down on

't something good to say. Be sure and spending some time in Osceola coun- sonville.W. I pany, is preparing to become a permanent the last act, every person in attend
read it. resident of Kissimmee. Work ance declared the minstrels given by
ty, where they are giving attentionto B. Meetch and daughter, Mrs. I JOB PRINTING
was begun this week on a new home the college boys the equal of any pro- .
moved from
4. .: E. P. Goldmg has plant diseases Frain, H." W. Meetch and wife, of
Clyde avenue to the Palmquist residence Harrisburg, Pa., who own a home and for Mr. Tucker on Verona street and fessional company that has ever appeared -
Mrs. Rull Bass writes the
Valley Rose avenue. W. II. Arnold has the in Kissimmee.To .
on West Oak street. spend the winters hunting here, have Rightly Done at ;
Gazette that she
wishes to publicly
contract. The house will cost be- enter upon any one of the features ,
. Get a city directory, originally( sold express her appreciation of the courteous just returned from a visit to Miami twen $4000 and $5000. It is also understood of the program would be un .(
and, other east coast towns. Right Prices
for $:a, at the Valley Gazette now for treatment accorded her by Carson that Wade Tucker will soon fair to all the others, for the per

:'p only $1.Mrs. Farmer, agent of the Springfield Rev R. W. Edwards, of Jacksonville begin the erection of a fine home on formance was a good one' from start

J. W. Miller has returned Insurance company, of Springfield, spent a part of Monday here his property adjoining that of E. L. to finish. The boys were welltrained

from Bradentown where she has been Mass., after the recent fire which visiting Dr. W. B. Witherspoon and Lesley on the Orlando road north of ; thj r songs were well-sung; their Claude F. Johnson \

J visiting relatives for the past two destroyed her home east of the city. attending to ecclesiastical! business.Mr. the city. joke were well brought out.

weeks. The Valley Gazette has several I I Edwards is pastor evangelist for Fat, jui tender meats always The University Band and Orchestra,
the Florida.
copies of the City Directory on hand, Presbytery of.. i found at City Market, 'phone 44. .tf
Directories $1each at the
r:; City : which will be cold to those desiring There will be a chicken dinner tomorrow
Timothy Larry Murphy of the
tI: '. ,'.Valley, ..,'. Gazette., ,. offlc. . ; 'ij.'AIAI.\\\1., tfv:,I'"' 1 them at $1.00. .* This > directory was Saturday March 25th'atthe I ; "' '
l! i 1( .Y. !! "\ Horn section, was, a visitor, in thecitylastFridayBeing ////i J' = Sq&YtlYtYYfriL6.J .4nvNYc. 51i1111 1 Y'
, |l& ..CMrslEjjL I : PherlgoW'Hof li.jl: !>a Y gi I, originallysold ;1i'fora $= and shouldproveTa Bryan Restaurant ) "' / /[frr: :: '
> : (; :, !.I|(f j )corner,'give ,n s s by i. l ;> : a true son of .1 ; .. ,, .
'Mifmiri.'re1''heretforven' "r'ixlended! valuable"reference book ", ,,,,, ",,,., ,>r.. .,..,"" "" ,,, ,'>''' ':I1'\'i'''''''' "''I"i'
: for the ladies of the Christian church and old Erin he wore a shamrock and a '
\4 Rit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. business professional men as wellas beginning at 11:30: o'clbck. Dinner green necktie. He visited the Valley .

L Pherigo and fcr.iily. the public in /general.J. will be served at the usual price of Gazette office to subscribe ,for '

A. W. Winn js home for a few days' M. Johnston deputy clerk of the. 35 cents. All are cordially invited to I the Gazette and as he did so he said : 4

visit with his family and friends aft court, spent Friday in Jacksonvilleon attend. "I am celebrating! St. Patrick's Day I

r .spending consideiablc time at his . business and represented Osceola Mr. and Mrs. M. and their j by subscribing for your paper and NEW BUNCH '

grove near l Barlow.; county at the meeting of the executive -I guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. 'R. Katz, of paying my taxes." If all our subseniors -

Miss Ruth Cluik spent the weekend (committee of the Fourth Congressional Baltimore, have returned from a few )I were ]rich and everyday was
district. The committee I St Putiick's Day, we'd soon 'h 1 e hiring '
'liiyt! visit in Tampa,
Mr. and. :Mrs L.U. .
a* theguestof and '
I of Alligator
in I took no union except to assess each other points. A. R. Katz has express-I help to count our' money.T. .
t ;..imm"Mi-fan, lit their new /Jiome I'I'i
S St. Cloud. i of the candidates l $".">. Ad himself. as lighted with the sections i M. (Callahan of the Foil Myeis

ii i i ;Mr.( and Mr,. W. S. Potter, of La- , of the state visited thus: fau on I Press, secretary of the South Florida< Snake Sin Novelties
:Mis.. O. King, of Atlanta ia.; who this;, his fll.t'i it.
fay. -tie. I Ind., who were guest1at I the I II 1'ieas. association, has sent out an announcement "
( ) I
i is representing the Tlioi.iton i iplum
I age, nt Clinton, S. (C.. i IH, spendingseveral (rny-lone! hotel for several I days, lefts I II The Quality Stoic, recently incoi- that tJwin/r1/ / to a conflict I See our Window ,

t d.iys in the -ilj. I Monday, for their home. :'I r. and \, pointed, has purchased live C. W. ; of date with the State Press association -

i Jlrsl: . Potter me' old friends, of 1'. K. n.i'in! .stock of dry! goods and is now ':i meeting{ in Kis-simmee April 1:1:!,

Kv\ A..1. Holt pator, of the 1U|>- 1 I1Veaver. cashier of the Citizens Bank, open to the public in the building for- |j 14 and 15, President Humphnes has

tit church, left :Monday, for, Hustings liiml spent sev."nil pleasant hours withIn meily occupied by him. The'new i itoie ordered; a postponement of the meetine COLE JEWELRY CO.

/ whole he will conduct a two )} dunng' I twit visit is under" the management of of the South I'loiid.i Pi-es-' association ".

weeks' set, ital. nu'tHinjrMrs. i: :Mr. Mann and as soon as this stock I I's scheduled' for Briidentown to
I' Lass! of Tampa, spent Sunday -
II. C. Lihlhl'Y foul little heir at the bedside! of his anther, I.i I sold out a complete line of dm-y1|| :a date to be chosen latei.mong .

,', daughter, :Mililreil" ictuined to their Mis.. (;I'OI'g"I'' liassho. i I.. ill at the i gooiln, shoes and notions" will Ke in- 'I .\ the recant gut:: (t-m at 111- I 1

) home in the' city \Vel nesdny. after a honk of her daughter :Mis. .1. I. ,|I I st illed. _ I'.uk Hotel( were J1!J'.' ulI,1 :MiW.( t

bl'ipf'bit '.with' :'11'. and<1 :Sli-, .1 I. K. OieistMel., I :M J. Itass. of Silver :Mr. and :Mis., W. Foreman of Hastings Poland' of liiadento.v : S. ( 1"11--1 ll 1

Milliard" on Ilillianl's' Islanil. ('fly',t anoll1' son, was also) here Sun-1 I I :Midi; :Sir nil.11'M.! : :'II. N'oiiis ; '-, of Fostona, ()hio.1., : A. : 1.

c. J. ;M. Reed, of lIutlp,', Pa., and l A. day. He was actoinpunied I by his of Prllirie\'ilh', :Mich.; Paul Blake! -' - :.r

'l W. Reed, of Altorr-rll., left this week I I business, paitncr.' t Will Ransom., of Lake Ode..suIich.. .; :Mis., Anna ;, 'il.S}

for their homes. after n pl'nKant'isit : .1. T. Bun'khalter has resigned his VanTyne and two child I'n, of Pint-I

with their brother, J. II. Reed, and i I position with the Atlas Oil companyand rieville, Mich., and Ralph Sensiba, all ,: CASH IS KING WE SELL FOR LESS ;

family. is now representing the. TropicalOil now spending some time in this. city, j
/ I auto I White Feather Fibre Soles on Men's Oxfords
were a congenial party sightseeing
Miss Marion Sargent accompanied company, of Cleveland in the
at St. Cloud and Hilliard's Is.
of Floridiw-territory. He returned this '
$ by her sister, Mrs. F. P. Reaves, land .
Avon Park, and cousin, Miss AliceK. week from a trip through the state Saturday..Mr. THE FAMILY STOREPEAKE J

Pratt, of Baltimore, Md., spent the and reports business to be in a heal- and Mrs. Howard" Katz spent

week-end in Tampa sightseeing. thy condition. Saturday in DeLand, where Mr. Katz & PEAKE .

Theodore Maas, of Mazeppa, Minn., Among the recent arrivals at. the went Alumni to tfttend association a meeting of the of the State Nu I .. CLOTHING FURNISHINGS SHOES i
Park hotel are R. S. Penac, of Cadez, Sigma '
who has ben the of his father-
guest Ohio A. H. Bates, St. Cloud W. J. fraternity, of which he is a member. TAILORING DEPARTMENT
; ; "
in-law G. H. Newhouse for short
a Mr. and Mrs. Katz attended the din 116 BROADWAY PHONE 291 .'
._ time'left Monday for San Antonio, Thurman, Orlando; F. W. Ames, ,,-
ner dance given at the Colleee Arms
B. A. Patten II
Tex. Loughman; Loughman;
hotel Saturday night in honor of the I
S. C. Coffin, Marblehead, Mass.; Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Rockwell, of visitors.H. .
W. F. Kenney, St. Cloud, who was en t

Ludington, Mich., spent some time routehome from the G. A. R. encampment C. Lightsey and H. W. Anderson -
here while route for their
Monday en at Tampa. left Wednesday morning in Mr.Lightsy's .
home after three months' visit with .
a I
friends at Gotha. The cup offered for men players in automobile for Miami, RAYSTONE HOTEL"ON ;
the recent golf tournament of the where they go to enter the businessof
Henry Yowell, of Orlando, and packing and shipping tomatoes
e Harry Bethel, of Tallahassee, were been awarded. It is thought likely during the season. Both Mr. Light- ;

visitors in the city on Monday. Mr. that the awarding of the cup will be sey and Mr. Anderson are experienced FLORIDA

+' "Bethel is one of ,the high officials in delayed until the return of Co!. HarryA. in this line and were successfulin I* now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly_ of the Mount Washington, i
the Grand of Elks. Kisalmmee this winter
Hunter, past president of the club, shipping Bretton Woods, N.:H.,. and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guests by
c .Jlr and Mrs. H. H. Funk, who have who donated the cups for the tour- oranges.Marshal
Kissimmee Golf dub. Many improTcments now being made in hotel and grounds.
been Hilliard's nament. It will be remembered that
'spending the winter at Overstreet has started a
a E'r'. Island, left Monday for their home in the cup was won by Bob Bullock, who crusade on automobile speeders and CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED '

-:;:'Ohio, where they will spend the summer defeated Gay Livingston in the final as a result eleven automobile owners

returning here next winter. by a score of 3 up and 2 to plaT. and drivers faced Mayor May in the I

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-- DO" MOT RUN AWAY FROM! - that really serve;rural libraries? ; rural agent for ]lie University of Florida suspected, the canes should I* treat-'

)( ,SOILING CROPS RELIEVE 1 YOUR OPPORTUNITIES organization! marketing! and purr l- with 3:3 CO bordeaux mixture: 1" "
;''I, FEED SHORTAGE DID NOl THINK WOULD I ,, Extension Division! I ed a : : . _
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rural i -
f"J :hasing organizations "credit, Red rot is extremely, contagious. '
P I -- The man who 'leaves the /arm runt* betlried Garnet, biego and natier I)lu0 are
n Farmers'' "frequently run short of iiid a contented, happy country folk. Oea way tionhis oppoitunitles.: ,Just ayear of col pis that harmonize particularly
fe'e4'iluring J spring or early summer EVER BE ILL AGAIN two 6f-the Best of all Ivo "secures tho community, an.I'hurnt'.d., If there are no nitfns with the Tnbdittll! furs. ,
or a reasons it 1 Is well ,
r This nhortfltfe urn be met by plant. ; disease' but i if for any reason :
/ (.';ivejij l by. Prof. fcT,. N. Carver,.,of liar.rwurd igainst abitentee laiulloiism. l the ,
ing' soiling eiops which can'' bulcut( i for. ,the migration of country trcfttest calamity that fah' come tot :

green and fed 'to livestock. John M. ,..otilh \to the 'tityuap the )lack of opCoitunity people.: ,.. i :!
!Scott:; ninniuf! .jnductrialiht' io the UnlVerbily : local Workman Tells How Andes for a carter l in. the country Horace Grecly counseled young CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP

of !I1lori<)/ii !Ktnoiimtftit: ! ,Stu Brought Him Back Health J'_
:1 I to This! !lack: of oppoitunity is'only up. .men to go \\:ellt( '. Later:, tho ,slogatanchiiled j

"tfon weommenjs l sorghum, :L'OWJWIIS. and Strength Jii'icnt, according to C. J\. McQuarMC the South. I>;; t us give the
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and sweet corn for this puipoK('. I i r htute agent/: for the University ofh'loiIda advice a modem' application and say, I MAKES .YOU..SICKAND' SALIVATES
0'rgun1'l'ljU1t ,i in 1lts .cltssruuld* '
i,Catarrh of the Stomach: Quickly! II Kxtxoson: ) Uivifiion. In for. ,"."II'lIt, of.: all, young man, go to the ,
he ready to food liy'Muno. 1iipt:I in i iNW" ,
I merenis them Uus either no 'iiotintry."
Alk:' t I poitunity' for a ctiifMrf. in the ,country! Ik4r'v, ntptii: rn nt ff--fin f'n any drug
should) stand about I to fl'illowf< irjuII't :.I .'DI the ( boy was blind to it. r "Dodson's liver Tone Is Harmless To -iiii-" .mil (gel :i .,'nt.. l h"Ills, <>f 1>odm "
1 111' the 1 IOW II hllUUlll III' fort<< illz'tI! Tolie tarn ft ml KttnnK IK tin oni : 'ou1ntt.) r.MIXI!: : : ; ; sncii CANKSI .II.'i I 1.1"'I linn'*, I ,d. .. .ii spoonful| l and '-
,, '. ,, I II. ( 't.rtllinl that ompliiint can be made Clean Your: Sluggish Liver '
K .
aeon f AoiUliik'u HI'H lift .
liht "rally and) : ficqui'iitly\ i I- () IHSJ;.\ ->> if it iln iiI "tini, ''I). ',tin .v "n right up
cal "ltn'III".1 hour .. '/I. UK lf| HUM, ,MM In'InOtv. thiiv.. i il I if, ,( :1,0, lungci' ]If the country boy trots I : and Eowsls.T'fflll mill,I null,,,, .. you, *' d I Iii' ,. 'uad" vigorous. I
!t. it' .
fur tlw,t ill1" .
ma} Ini .% hIV I.IIM nijil' lj liii 11 I, AT 111.'"}' ill"it l Ihe'eit --'-- and .
oft( to I \ !now'it m becaVise he tn > jowl tn Ihr Htoro ..
I II Y iv inl > ''II j ir< ...
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nor .1 ll 111))ialll 1 lll I IllldlH ---- .
unions moilshc |f" 1IHII1) 1 **4P $ .
fi-it hiirli. but ono .
!I(1 / I '" KI i p' Iho in ,If .f i'win tin .ilin i'. Such I'i1< hlind l to his opportunities' Every: seal cane that i"i to be plant- .. (nlomi/ 1 inrtkitoit pi..1-! ] ft,'. pit 1 > i!lll' .HIiiIMM.. l n.IM,11 l s 1Jt'prlllloltK'l Ton,
< feed he should' v.Hft until it IK W'iA, Ilea ,onto uf-.\1.'Pi. I Kiii'uof: J17lninli I I Think of the bunches' of endeavorthat ,'dhould! be cVuininid for led. i.o\\.., linrulilu'! 'liiKi'' u .tluMnf' t'n-' ilmiiforoiifiiljiiir 1-1 dlittIj| \ Hill! till.. fill Ii."I t. ." ''lI'I'flAllI
1'11"1'I It. is most. MiluaMi1! for : >l|.li4 t. tlilx .11\ Jli M'Io1.] in a ".\ cniies that show disnilomtion! ,' ; 'I'Nigltl'Iuul'; oiiKiimu .M'U uun..I.\.I.I' I. it i" mil lixr. iimliiiitiilili .. : intiri'lyilgo.-
. fly
hnrseMwhen 1h si'od! have l-rRun'. I lor.i.nt 1 nit'.< \ li-iv wllli tiro) AiidiH, man: are open to\ the man who.IOM;" ihii '. work "-. tl.rrlfnrr il ono/ not hiJuatxor..
< 101 I -I'u.I .t'er, thought. ,.. ) \ tli'''al 1 Mnii),I tin will the ('ountl' '. Think o'f the !oppoituiutit'S oozing; juice at the point' louts at 1 ( ,nloniil; I I. or !gao'k-iift'r I n.ulii1 Volt> "II'I I*. -
Inn 01' improving.:' .t t the 1'111'I'I'hool) -. i \thin Ii Hum1. !* tIII't 111111 of 'HiCI blae.ii I guarinG'' 'p tiny In-" hud f"null tin .-luKVileHi (' l,i ; .Ir mi', nut, UI,, in .1 t liK i ,itihflet' discaidcd! I If "n'd I I.i"r I'"inmil, nhiggiiihImr !-
far.; tini huiclKfif organizing fivrnici oiiiti should lie anytai j ji i i I 111..1.. I lllllll. it IHIIICH lilt' coaitnt'tt1tt pit tour
'il.iham 01. lion J lAvpciix, nixhost" ; >"P/"I"/ lll!; VI''II". r.ttah| UllII rot IK found in the Reedbed, the ) mint. lull'. lullIf. Ill-fit i
/lls I-l fiot: t lui' 1lnIII > to improve their ocononuc and'SOl',1\ .,
r'' !' .,., ruhg'becausc! they arc upllRjilII III."t' "h",1/ ), stars' rfl,;. rt"ul, "1. Ii h nlern uhnl. bed should he destroyed<<.1. ae'ling I i I i' 'Up. 'I J llIX II It1"'ntill. fill til"iiiiiiin "fill : dint! ,,,.'"r' lull. and! I'on.tipnlel| wnatauliirli .;
life The ileniiinil for k'adei s hasgone If .hIJr' ; ""' >-> -'Irnt and matmi ,J.
III'' 'll .Ithl. I III t I Ii."I ,"II.Ulllf mil' rrulnpsng./ \vti are j j. i loj-v1"- '
. il I "'in I l lit' |il.inliil( in ion'n' !yIn , II. lii .ul Iti. ill"? 'it ,II"i I tin i .',iv .u bcirgi I l1 iir many jtars. 1'Iitnan '' ) to 1" K, McQuame: state': ,ash; ., and "nil' I KliixUdl, , nut.. :' if. Miuri : ; M.n f.'I I 11/0"1/-,, /'' I uuarantM, that \\1;
,,,ilij. In- Ulltl\.tUl! 'I 111- lilsliiiuld . :. .riut I. ,IIIr uf I >niJ mi's,, I I.i, ,' Tone will
K the'plilg-if i| i Vn"n'" "IL.II"I; ) 1.1.111' 'Into who Innl!.Is road Imi, '11 twriml had )Umilt runsIJPiit, ii r
In- bout Units mi'Hi's alilrt'' ni\, -li,in,...11 i.\ii-l, 'ii> i 11 tulh, \\-i It Tml country ; lad Curs, Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure .iuu h.ur ,tu,..ndtrh., ..: dvne ......t",1, k. |. v'niir it'in' !' r Look.. filling fine for
.old" :, the 'dahls f i'ota' :: I... I il1t'h('>I''' .(.n. 'lint"nlT I ii :rv liinil, l 1.1 lo ,ioHI the totiiidatinn, for improved. rui,il] ('Iw. \\or.1 rnscM., no niHtltrof how)ong Ntnnillltft |I I 1.1'i ''''. "it II'l.iII. Ii i' Ital: nr .Inwu'II, , **""1'. n'.'.in lii" IIIM. 'il ',I' in.,mil,, "in nilliliik. ,. I nr i I t lift' ttv n |l.nafu. nf liiiriuli l drtoii'a. '''''IIII.' .. il I. '.xii'l g r'll''' sad they like itt I N"";
t the (I.n.'t 14 AiitiNilitlc II. lliliR 11.1. ''t rHie\M jI I II '
:"I'all' in row tin
vault I
) ml' iirv ( 01" alit tititr
'tilt high hoots, live chunhi' I 1.itit, And HvulK. HI Iht h oUt time .'i.,50c, }i.UU Liter drone tonight mi uiy guueuuteu. I Joiiount tubte ,
: .
M.i'vC: sugar: coin IOI\"K tlin't1. fast! 't'!:ili Fnn'etlnnr" "o.dd! l tint n :
I': i I"l.UK :11'1":l |'1 't I'1''. ,UII i ,,.1 ,'L.''If \l ".i III. .
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I L heneby announce, .1111y candidacy ? ' r t
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'' devote'iill of rny iimo nnd onerpry to

the ill tic. of tin oirno and to iiiTon '
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' II Inm mam a polo ) plan. {, h- h
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TM ,' Ihstiut)' of I'lutida, i ,u"jl'dI. I

to thi" ailioii of the DinuKiatn) , I'ri- ,

1 nary. to I li.> held| on .! une t:, 1'tlt! I
, .' shall make us attire a ainpaifrti as YI\yill find CERT I N-TKHD affording equal protection' froivKthc snouami ice of the Arc

:J. the ilut ;is of mi>!Ti,'(> will |u>rniitI and the sun hncl rain < > f the TronicH\ literally "the roof of they 1'orld" \ \ c

; I appreciate|'| tu the fullt-t extent \ v// r \ \ \ A. '

: the suppoit, rendered, mi- dlll'lllthe/: Ala 'i11groof1T1 KS the General's S) chief busyness. He' nrukcs, one-t hirc! (of all t iq rt ill''riyfing made i iAmerTca iri ;-' '

I' last primary, and I sincerely trust -thirty-nine 6thor man\ifaetuiep\ > make tbo oalance. oucih'-prc'dortifjiariqc "Is due to ..theGeneral's '' ;
'i my ('iiid) ut has IH-LII siuh as to merit

4, 'f{ a continuation of same ability to milks' the highest quality#; oo lag at the lowest \:o>L \y \ / tl''

W. J. SEARS. *v \ \ i j \- \ \ '

i qn f advantngxJhat: men nioney mils} anxl:rnachmery; can offer H usc'd'to mcrcasq

:, STATE COMPTROLLER v ninr taro qvialityxand Ici vcr the eost 'Thi/res.ult is that today CERT/\I NT-TJHn, the I// I :

\unliy, cqsts less {than inferior roofing ,cost ten scars .ujo. \ \ // /

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1; CERI AIN-TREI) is iinclc of the hot riu ,/ ? N

ALIf felt thoroughly saturated with a stient-fic hlentf of sof .

asphalts tlicclormula. of the Clencral'b ho.inl of expert *,'f re' tw r''
chemists. It islhejiWnfed( v' thublcntl of harder asphalts 4 4t r r 0 e .

which the i'nner'saturtdo.n.t 0 '
1- keeps prevents the t
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, drying-out process so destructive to ordinary roofing l -.,
I CERTAIN-TEED is guaranteed for 5 10 or 15 years, I ,7

according to ply ((1,2 or 3)) Experience proves that it 'of'.

lasts longer. ;;\

CERTAIN TEED is made in rolls; also in slate-sur ,, ? '

faced shingles. There is a type of CERTAIN-TEED CERTAIN-TEED is sold by responsible dealers allover ,I f

4 for every kind of building, with flat or pitched roofs, the world at reasonable prices. Investigate it I '.ft

from the largest sky-scraper to the smallest residence or before you decide on any type of roof ''J:

out-building. '
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P. THAGARD WorlJ'm Largtil Manufaftarmn of Rooting and Building PapurmSt

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of Marion County L. An.I..I Mu.-Iia 1'':..... City Sattl* Indiana li s Atlanta Rlebn..... HottvtoN Condoa Sydn r

S STATE- CaaJM.f.1.COMPTROLLER. Certain-teed Roofing is Sold in Kissimmee by the "

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Yomr Support Will B. Appnciattd

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'r the opinion that !o i. Shorthorn I* MM stamina $200.000.00 would corer, the point when Mr*. C. 8. Akery lit**, and .hipp
Agricultural News of the beat, beef breeds-f r' florid. cott' oT' buildingrabsut 41 mile* :-of with no ,mention as'' to how much itwill [And I do not believe that twentjr-flvi.,t.

Notes It Is the largest' second hough the brick road. Adding $288.000.00 '.In.. l cost, Admf ting: that we get the thousand dollars would cover the 'eOat1| '*" 'a'I

Hereford lsvm, close It rank terest. to this $200,000.00, we get full fifty thousand dollar for the two of opening ahd upkeep of these road,*

FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. in the' first class as butcher's Ani $488,000.00, which would be4 the ''cost districts; $25,000.00 each would not even if we were allowed That amount. "

e COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE mal. I of 41 miles of, brick road making it be fair proportion, as the assessable\ Hence, my o position"It

iI The.Shorthorn is of the blocky I amount to about $11,902.55 per, nile value' for Whittier District, No.4, Issue i i. made, I tee I

DISK BERMUDA PASTURES I ply organic matter for truck land. type,,baa.a large frame and-excellentl When as a matter of fact, the ,brick alone, amounts .to, about one million nothing for thevoter* of Whittier 1

has been lie feeding capacity. Its popularity is i roads to be build around Kissimmee, dollars ahd is paying from this district district: to do but'to rally around our /
Bermuda pastures need (some cult!. urging after growers the .to plant silage shown. by the large numbers in the a* described in the petition, are ,to be for all road purposes a little I honorable\, Board of Commissionersand >
crops I
vation in spring to start them to is over, He trucking that season buili : show ring ,and In the Stock yards. 9 ft wide with cement curbing on more than nine thousand dollars per sing that grand old hymn (that:' '<

John M. Silos. proposes they However, some of the other breed in' each side and ought not to cost'over annum. At the present arrangementof )I has cheered the hearts of so many "
growing. Scott animal industrialist and feed the cattle ) "
during the
k. ,to the University of FlorIda winter. Cattle will recent years' have! been surpassing I $8,000.0O.per, mile. ..taxation, if they were to get all down-oast) : ''I' I 4 t
men furnish the Shorthorn steer as grand champion I am one of those referred to as be- that Is I allowed them, they could not ""Come humble. sinners, in whose
Experiment Station recommendsthe steers and
will f
pay feeders for the increase of the .shows. ing dissatisfied with the for bra
apportionment use opening up .and maintainingroads l1.t ,
disk harrow for this cultivation. i
on would the animals at the' rate the The importance' of ,the Shorthornas : of funds raised by bond issue more, than about, twenty-eight A thousand thought revolve; '. :
In most sections .of the state Ber- animals have 'the
,801d'at ,time an animal to grade up native stock j and.-frankly, with the bond issue. It hundred dollars, There 'are seven Come with your guUt'and fear_ oppressed
: has been killed back
muda to the they were taken the I '
over by
feeder can hardly be overestimated. Short mills .
taxes arranged for hard roads ,, ;
and needs stimulant If for' self.With i
ground some to instance an'ani mat
would horn bulls crossed on native cows reference to the apportionment exclusively for the laying of brick And make this, last resolve." :
induce growth. bring 5 cents pound '
a at the begin- produce an animal that Is finding' proposed for our district, it was roads. This fund, we 'understand Respectfully submitted, ,
"- Scott recommends, In addition ning of the season
< r. feeding the feeder greater gavor every year. This typeof stated in the article headed "Vote the to be diverted into the paying of in-I,I B. If. 6UY.MUSTANG. .
to ux cultivation, about 100 poundsof receives I 5 cents a pound for every steer has raised the standards in Bonds" (ton the Itflh of March), that I terest and the, sinking fund of
sulfate of ammonia to the pound he '
acre. putson steer. In addition stock yards and has found favor there were fifty thousand dollars to bonds. Whittier district is paying of

This maybe applied before or after ;I. he gets the manure. throughout the world. The disappearance be appropriated to the' Bassenger and I that amount about seven thousand
the disking. The harrow will also i The is the item
manure big for the
of the Texas type of steer has Whittier districts, when sea matter dollars per year. Within four years, r
stimulate growth, since it will cut up I truck ,grower. Probably 75 per cent been due largely to the use of Shorthorn of fact we are not promised fifty' we would, 'at that rate, have more
the stews and induce them to of the feed'will be I
put out I recovered in themanure. bulls on range cows. What they thousand! by the petition calling for than paid back our twenty-five thousand For Sprams/Lameness

leave I I This will be turned back I have done for the western. ranges the election. There is a road mentioned I, dollars bond: money and still. be i
Sores. Cuts Rheumatism
to the '
land. It
will be possible also they can do for Florida. to be built out of that fund 'owing ouf pro rata of' a twrnty-one i
SPRAY FOR GRAPEFRUIT StAB for these farmers to! grow legumes. I I from Campbell Station down to the year debt. Viewing matters from Penetrate and Heal

Legumes the land will but not only will further also antprove I EXPERIMENT STATION _ _ _ __ _._________________n I this point, I see no reason! why we I Stops Pain At Once,
Those growers who have not sprayed they furnish ISSUES NEW BULLETIN should not be justly dissatisfied, for For Man and Beast 1

for scab should do so at once. hay that will go toward balancing END STOMACH TROUBLE, in our district there are needed more 25c.50c.t.' At All Dialer (

Those who have made the first spray- i the ration.PREPARE "What is the be* t grass for Florida GASES OR DYSPEPSIA Tiew roads than in any' other districtin '

ing I should make the second soon. II.12. .- ?" This question is repeated hundreds the county Since the railroadcame

Stevens, plant pathologist to the FOR SILAGE CROPS of times during a year. JApanese Tape's Iiapcpsin" makes Sick. Sour through we have been sadly in LINIMENTWhatlsltYourLandNeeds

University of Florida Experiment cane is nothing more than a big I Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine need of roads to the different stations I

Station, suggests thai tHe applicationbe Plant silage crops this spring. It grass, and if1 not the best grass for I in five minutes. I

made about the time the bloom is not necessary to have a silo first. Florida it is one of the best and If what you just ate is souring on -

drops. In some sections of the state Plant the crop now and then duringthe ranks toward the top. your stomach or lies like a lump of

the bloom has dropped but in othersit Alack season while it is growing, The University of Florida Expeii, lead, refusing to digest, or you belch ]

has not, owing to the late se son. erect the silo.C. ment Station has recently issued gas and eructate sour, undigested ?

Bordeaux mixture, ammoniacal solution L. Willoughby, professor of animal Bulletin 129, Japanese Cane, by JohnM. food, or have a feeling of dizziness,

A 'of copper carbonate, or commercial husbandry in the 'University of Scott. It contains the results of heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste ",

lime sulfur solution may Florida College of Agriculture, says fertilizer and feeding experiments In mouth and stomach-headache, you
Does it medicine treatment? Is it ;
Or Y1 1
be used. The bordeaux should bea the best silage crops are corn, sorghum conducted by the station, and diecusses can get blessed relief in five minutes. proper

3:3:50 mixture. The. ammoniacal and Japanese cane. Peas and its use as pacsture, silage and Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby ] ., fl need of stimulation or should it have morel/ plant :
solution of copper carbonate is made beggar weed planted in the corn or dry forage. The soil best adapted to'' getting a large fifty-cent case of

by mixing five ounces ojf copper car- sorghum and made into silage give a teasing Japanese cane' is discussed Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. food in permanent form* These are questions that you -I

bonate with water to a thin paste. mixture richer in protein than either briefly. Methods of seedbed prepar- You realize in five minutes how need ought to have answered in your own mind before you !

Dilute three pints of 26 degrees sorghum or corn alone. I ation, cane. for planting, planting, less it is to suffer from indigestion, (
Baum with 3 4 times Corn is a good silage crop on good fertilizer for' farm t
ammonia or cultivation, harvesting are given. dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. buy any more garden or grove. ;. l
the came volume of water. Then add land, but sorghum will probably give I Several rations including Japanesecane It's the quickest, surest stomach \ .

the paste to the ammonia solution, better yields on light soils. For silagecorn 'are offered, together with a doctor in the world. It's wonderful. I When a _j>ersQn is !sick, the good doctor prescribes \
and make up to 50 gallons with wa- should be planted in rows 3 1-2 general discussion of its feeding "

ter. The' lime sulfur should be applied feet apart, and the plants should value. A large part of the bulletinis I medicine. After the recovery the physician th-ises' 1

as alt.o 40 dilution. stand about 1 foot apart in the row. devoted to the results of fertilizer ,
living of preserving health and
right as a means preventing ,
I Sorghum is drilled in rows about 3V4
the and
I experiments on yield juice
WATERMELONS NEEDFItEQUEST feet apart. Sow from 15 to 20 poundsto content of the plant. Copies will be the need of more m iicine. The land should have Jt

CULTIVATION the acre. j sent_ free on application to the Station -
the methods to it medicine when .
It will take about 20 acres of silage Gainesville. name applied only

Watermelons -should--- be crops under ordinary conditions to fill i N,, I sick food and at all times.
not planted ; nourishing good care
100,ton silo. Good lands will ] II I ,;1
in raised hills. The hills soon a yield Mole is one of the best furs for the I
more than 5 tons to the acre. But high choker collar found on so many II
dry out below the seed and they i in natural
Naturown high-grade phosphate, finely
enough should be to a' : [
will not germinate. On high/ land it planted insure new models of tailored suits. I I .

would be better, perhaps, to plant in I full silo under adverse conditions. I ground. Its use with) the right crops and proper cultural '
Japanese cane is the heaviest yielding 1
.a furrow. The hill not only retard Letters From Our ReadersContinued but adds the
germination but it confines the root silage plant, but the silage is ntftliods, not only increUHes yields, to i

I poorer in quality than sorghum or THE GEM Roil! is the kind of soil r
system of the plants when they I All Purpose Charcoal Stove permanent: fertility. .
corn because it has no grain. On av- ( from Page 4))
come up. erage soil it yields from 20 to :30 Mad of,tron.sheet m.tal.wlll not crackor medicine\ that a good doctoi given! hiM! patients! a tonic i
The best watermelon land is the of $600.00. I noticed in the Valley break It will boil th.wash cook a meal. .
tons to ,the acre and often goes as ,, and heat pour Irons, all on very little char "
Norfolk sandy loam a fine soil with Gazette weeks coal.I N..mok. no odor. !
igh as! 40 to f 0. The crop should be I some ago a statementby We prove the merits of N tur own sin .
considerable Avater-holdmg capacity of Kissimmee that PRICE $1.50
planted in winter, not later than the a gentleman For Bale by all Progressive Dealers' a booklet. Let us send you a
In melons J
some places are plantedon $50,000.00 would be for the
middle of March. Velvet beans planted I ample Florida Mmtal Product. Company copy FREE.
flat wood 8. On such land it may be opening and in
in spring, to be grazed down and up putting good con- aeso EVEROREEN Avenue
advisable to plant the seed in a hill I dition of all roads in Whittier and JACKSONVILLE FLA.

to obtain drainage.C. plowed under in the fall, would place Bassenger districts, and that the re-j Send for our general catalogues. Lakeland Phosphate Company 51.yl'Cypre4s.s
K. McQuarrie, state agent forth the land, in good condition for a plant* I ,1 .
in if of .Tapahese cane during the following __ % / '
.'University of. Florida, Extension
winter, Ave., Lakeland Florida .it
Division, recommends! frequent t cult .. 1
tivation r."wat.ermelons j They :,unsalable tweet! potatoes d maybe '. .,; 'r

should be plowed! fwithsome! .<<;i ,Bhallow slaved'[alffitlagBTwlth httl l.J trouble :: AVORITE.FERTII '" ,, . d." ', i
? if.'ruiTthroughnthe cutteryand alternated .
1'l2fninRoi at least onob'a week {f fI'
with layers of corn or sorghum.
until the vines cover the ground. At allllllllllsaa
For those who are not sur they .
the last cultivation some hay crop
will he : should be planted. between the iowA -. '
legume is pieftii. IIlthu"Kha.- I he a good;: plan to plant these staple The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I. 'I
iops in) the usual way, There. would CROPS REQUIRE
tal gra5.uld (ivrinan millet may be (DIFFERENT
thin be no lo-s if it should lie foundinpo.sible
sown in htfulh; und !Noilh: I I Florida 1'("- DIFFERENT KINDS OF
to build u silo I
;; '1 SIIOlnIlOIC0011( ; iirrr the basic elements are the same the j FURNITURE ?
('OTTOSI! :;Il.l: II ME I > amounts of the ingredients vary. 1 '
.1 .'I.DI1.:' Hilt I < 1 I.(Mill) vIii >
(.001)! I OKNE; ; : ;
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all of man'* ramificationover MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS. '
Stiilililc" rnni nn-cl- fcllill/rl high .l
tl' nlobV he has hart: a constant foiou -
in nit logo i to gi\" Jt'U irimil st.ut. ) ,> Simp animal; ; l I. '
i. pioduitio'i ei -WE HAVE IT !
('olluns'ul IIH.IS| i IBruuuneluld( at' Each sack: 19 marked to show the important 1
the Shoithofn, )Ji.i-
'anlt'i impoitanl" \ ..
elements. ,
the nitr of I.Ml;( pound' )l-> to tl1I' a re.Stuhhle 0 '
been the lust to nose! its war into th-
. which has I peen 'Inked> Florida
(rattle iftuutiiiOf hours; therewii.a Special Formulas (for All Crops
against fioM, t should 10..111"1'.1* oJf an,1 .
: Write (
i name ,'atll",111 man pl.uisl or Quotations.AGRICULTURAL .
the iio\\ns) of List. l year nil ''''''uvl l andhoed
l hul v\hen it aine: t time to \.1.1: tu CHEMICALS: ; In connection with our. Hardware line we carry a completeline
so that they i an Bawl" Spl.1the
pulrl.lan.f i I. ( the Shoithoin w ;.s 1I\all; of furniture. We make of outfitting hornet and
iiu<<. I Il itili/ 'n -l..III\. ,\ hi applied INSECTICIDES. a. specialty 1
u"l'h./) lint i']h whTha' is w'ihas \ 'I t
| | In. .Con1 the halted' I'uuuwale. handle reliable
: 1 In'en lalhil the I "iv-a, JI Inn -
filled and It will !10. n.iilv'd ,arsewhen id.- INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER[ [ COMPANY v I
tile "loots' begin to J.I'owlitM" II Bed Room Furniture Dining
< I I.. Al\ illouprlihj'''' piofessn! of am JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.PAINTERS ,
\\ 'anf> to I" pludcd cut
s ui
\ < | '
Dial Inishaiulij, in the L'niMisitj olI
them in foul 01 lice( joint Ui-'iintli-. ... I Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
I hnida ollotr of Agt K'ultui e, is of ,
Row should bo six to eight feed

apart, according to f. K. MiQuairie I lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,

stale agent for the University of I I i

Florida Extension Division. Plant the Couches, Etc.This .
canes in furrows about six to eight I DONT' 1 n I =- ; ,

inches deep and lap them a little to i ,
insure a litter stand. Canes .should store il making a record for itself ia the matter of

be covered slightly, barely .enough to l lfi helping people to outfit hornet. Come and tee. Our! price are

give moisture for germination. As right

thy cane grows give light workings MISS

and fill the furrows gradually. From 0 a

1,800 to 2,000 three-foot canes; should ( ,
plant an acre. TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo

SEMINOLE TRUCK GItOWERSI I ITtffmeff,1! __ . Matter what kind of aa Engine yon .fcT*-Ga*. Steam,

TO FEED STOCK Railroad or Stationary Engine-w* bars exactly the Teals ye*

,- 7k need 1 in your everyday work-Wrencne*, Hutment Oilers, etc., Fall

Manure is one of the'greatest needsof 5.4" of tie beat quality and workmannip, and at price tkal will

the truck grower. Nothing will surprise yea. TU ,stor has the reputation of handCag ...,

build land up faster or more per- hardware that U of superior quality and you will' make no mistake .

manently than manure, but truck COpy in coming her NOW and inspecting ov hi* ttock. '
growers as a rule cannot obtain ma- ,
nure. As long as they could obtain ?

commercial fertilizers they did not -

"f" feel the ned so much, but now they

I t' are plant looking food. for another. source of cry ; FLORIDA ALMANACE Osceola Hardware Company

C. M. Berry, agent for the University

of Florida Extension Division in .0. PAINTER FERTZ. Co. JACKSONVI LLE. FLa

Semiriole to
: : county, hat a plan up- r

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IT' 1 This Page-Belongsto--Oilr; Women' Readers 'I .1.

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A'' PRINCESS'' LOT EXPERTS HOMESWhat I '\C11en<< mamm.jc1o.Wath Cay. l her; 'Rehln' STOPS FALLING .:t

Woman's World I \viiRh tny dolly's c'u'e's.: . ----- '
Jes1 1 liow tley-.Kit KM Bi-liny iri!
lie !ar. I -- of Hand..rlne fight Also"
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The Grand Duchess of Luxemburg Does 'Household 4'.Efficien- I sops :"till\ In Oe wiili'r, itching scalp. '
Len Bwlnlu'8 roun' du IIU..... stops| ..
A Prima Donna Gives Her -
C'C B-
M'ean An wen 1 nets 'em ironedJie.VIl I ....,. -.
Is Closely 'Guarded.I cy" to Y u1I' -1--
OLDBdNES Home For 'War Sufferers.-. look \IRe\ brad jitwv dudr.n ( -10' ''

u_ I .. Thin, brittle, colorle:(i and'scraggy'
I hut "twon't be lon 1t.-1 .. "kon.D..y'lJ ,
TO BE ENGAGED MOSTLYINDIVIDUALVIEWPOINT "lny HO nice an' BmarUt heir is mute evidence' .a neglected; ,

RUBBER COPPER REPORTED ; I I ,: >. way Out child gets murwyJ . sqalp; or damjrufT; -that awful scurf
a' break her'm.uJder'a heart'Ilut
There" is nothing so destructive to t
barely Years Old, the I Is It Running a Home Well or Inexpensively maybe 'when ''I hugs her. the hair as dandruff. It robs the hairof

TUBES LEAD Young..t Ruler 'In Europ., Marie or Easily, or le |It, Rather, I An' BqueeKeH her rio tlKhtDo Its )lustre its strength and its very
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color runn-mif-afO'a It do
ROPE SCRAP IRON Adelaide 'la Practically ; pripon.r In f the Mental Attitude Women Maintln'l An' my mii'n ulius .rlKlit.St. life; eventually producing a feverl' jfr-

Her Own Palace. !r Toward' Sp.clal.Work', |II( 3 Xlcholai ness and itching of the. scalp, whichis ;

SEND IT TO US WE REMIT MOflWUf I oft household _y note remedied causes the hair(roots
It is reported' Hint the young Grnnil.Duchess ) Wiiat IK ;your idea efficiency
Write For Pricelist ( Luxemburg: will marry ? To everywoman the phrase Th. Da lay. to shrink, loosen and die-then the
. Did e'l'rr hear the story of the
\\PffllNSULARMerALCO. I noon, but the name of the fortuuote | means something different. daisy which you looks like a star? Once hair falls out fast A little Dahderiha
> bridegroom to be la withheld., Perfect efficiency cannot be entiretya 'time-will surely' t
tonight now-
I a time there wan a little star up any
S7CBAT:: JACKSONVILLE. I Mnrle Adelaide II In one of the tnostpsthetlc j matter of book accounts of time and
In tbe IIky'tbol belonged In no group of save your hair. _
as \\'eUIIII one of the moat romantic { labor saving de" fact, of physical
j I II stars at all but just bad to wander
4. figures In the I world today. i iJ : work. Efficiency le ns much a loot Get .a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Around Itself all tile time. Every
- I by
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This pretty. young girl barely twentyj I j ter of mental attitude a'a anything' rise. evening It watched the evening star: Danderine from any drug store. Yousurely "

J one years old wns adored by ber'lrua'l Does this seem absurd to. you on first tow the new moon over I the edge of the can have beautiful hair and lot

perous little country before I thoughts? Tlilnk It over a little further dark and envied It. It heard much of it if you will 'just try a little Dan-

I broke out. Today she Is practically a \; asn ; and the more you think Into it talk among the oilier stars, some of I derine. Save your hair! Try it!
For SaleOne the less absurd it will semi.It .
i them 'of less magnitude envying thoseof !
I )6qr lies oYten been said that I every fin greater magnitude: and I the little

9-room House I II II II pie! thing/ In the universe, has 1 Out been. lone star thought;; Itself Hint I no one

I '' ", < -' !?&>*i***"< 'W 1mill. built, In mind In1ble 'fore it has taken vlslbuiUlliwN I uw It even to.envy, It. Down' on the

One Groom House r + 'i ..lull"" ". Thr /' bave lieei.hltcds' earth It looked" 'so much easier lt> get j

plain'il +11 111.1, mini].*; -I hill ( Inlo. a' group niitl. luutcompanions.. si.>
One 5-room House I '. . !
Mrncttv' \\ \ lit. nil Ihouulit out bIvH. \ one day when I Hie <-irlli: was swinging;

Small cash payment. v rs : ,'nliL17at1i -j-i i In.,, "a 1111 illt.'. iniisli'Hi over from; dark to il.'i: > llghl" Ili,,( little

Balance like t nil \hrt0\ \, I. in. mfiiil! lirst.' So : shlr.11,1. not try ti> preM-rto., \ equilibrium
', l I Is a"th (tr..1'"r' IIIII' MI,', i.sve i i lint Just 1 < "|'| ,'I| ..t"" I''. cI"" II.
I t )'l 1 IN,: ..,,,1,1.. The, siii c, N* Ihoivbt 1 .fl I II'llijt until it 1uoi I in. earili II tell so .[11""
FOR RENT /.. ..
s?I I'ffniv It in I ".tlh'. iiiTitt-s, I that} It 'tell .deep ilown Into the I Ilillt earth.'

6-room Furnished MI I.IIA.llonainy : :Now Icl iis'n.i link" I tn tills''' iiii"sti.nof ' sonic star': scetl.s lit! its 1"11'' shotlllM.llgll .A

House -MS Month l"jll| .h..I"| |" \ I-, ::\in:; a mental: up from" the ,'al'! h. lian: ;.;..(] ;
a .\ n..r. "hl"11 monll.s' ''' 0f por.lIuII'si. iitllluilc l tint' iin.l, |'iiviiiii-t: lull.\ i II,;. ;, the InllilciH of UK- ""II.11,1/ II".. 1.mull

--1 '' a". In. tvu': I11 II". Itu.... \I'II.a t Irl t lirini: lli) In argument: a ,",, -.. i s| ,1 a l ci"iifiiltar: (hewer ii ml nev

Ask MRS. SUMMERS % 4t l"'lIlh ":"Ile Ihr 11"f her' 111:11'1' 1 Ii"'111III wife may iliink ell.! lc'nllus..I 111111 h usshe er I Is II In; I king, for .uiiipiinio'' of ill a t

t:11il:: I i f"I, I al'IIh" I'lta' I I'"r likes, but |If<> has Idol, no | iriittti'i i| -tvn Klnil.
I : liar hilly. ( 'rnteu cof I'Ill.hurgli' I Iup I" In running,: lMr. hnmr aloilg) the iiiI

For Further Particulars I (- ,'riulliudrut, ilt Imrge, The epuluiiut ': moot npproxed; lines" Mio .eaniiotcr.v 1 ,

L/S: S. w ill h. 1.11" II fie the S1i( ill..1, well put' her thoughts; Inlo! 'ileinoiisiiMlion. I I

l J I ...',;;j 11,1, ' ; tt ill .ht'. .11".1 fur Ih1. You may .nay: III prnof, llial tile [ I, "r all .soldliri, of "hlll'r 1111 ;lrl u ho has spfnt her. tlinc In a l 1011..1> 1 ,
: i ness.. oll!<'<> cannot lie" ay |pr.' ).-lhol n R. ,OYD.

w The t:aft nf ,the h""I'It\1|'||: ciiine n" n htiusew ...... as't he. gill I triiliu-tl in tlonic

When you buy_ 1I1J.I-, lopl'liii' tin"' slider's sjstrlnnlir Ik Holenctno' matter hUll fl\i'\ lent alillutl I Dealer In i

rrnmiinirs III cI'' ,'..... food l loud 1 (j'.-rKHIKll I the former. ln.iy hll\: (' I

,, :I I ..(,Ullful" I IS."See lour Ihior3If joii folluwihL- line, '

BREADAsk \ in/ ti;.: lit skirl.. " she. said pmnl of rcasoiiln, ii511 ir.'iny wnnien ilt>. Groceries, Ha.y, Grain and Feed

i-- tug !I.. a linn h worn" "" 1'"I\ line lias ITIMM! |I'ioi' ,its.I lint on llie

I'l'iiuht' l iitMitifr, !'oIIH.' hulls nor bloiiMstiiiie whom, |I. without I liaekl'oiif.' AS II nullter -
for the BEST tin* \\:11': IKVIH,, I I.tan'l nlTiilnew ) of fart. tinluislne-.s girl tel'y often Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.

!::*I u.it4 null,ii] t'\cry .lIfT'IIII( : inaKe :a mm li l lUr, Ielnlttlf., ,

We'make it. Every Grocer sells I 1111,111.1 . ttoiiinii mill hilil has.. fi("xl :nod llian (lie.. gill trained'. in all the h"im, >l\. I Try Us on Your Next' Order For Feed

UAIIIE AIlKI.AIUr.. : III' I.l'\H11IU 1.0.prisoner Kheller."This, art" The I, ;girl brinu-, : I liii-i, I

0. K. "BAKERYE. I, III ,11,, !r ,nwn' pnliii't1. \'lIa 1,1., t I" wnr teal tlcrlnieil,I without nnsllllini ness liii"''l |I.n I.ear" ni. tin- 'iiiniini'of ':.' ":

grl I ui| without' n niililir\. ; .rxioii 1 in'i, I Ifiirriil ;:: women hut opr jnlis, as "' 011"11 her home. She ha", nn ellii: lent iniml I ,

A. NIEMEYER, I In. looh'tt.1ui, IMT prltoii win '(., HI' In In" well Intel nut for IIS.!' ::.m.lw .. anillie.. uses Itt. .her In-laire: she Is"Illicit '

lii\v-< ,licit-. I ilifi-c Is a \\ IU there's a %vu\. I to delei. t that inanv st.s| alt' ':": ._ ... ..
< iiinii | hug. lerrllii'd -0-----------;
Mitchell Street j | n |1'.1.| dart : 1 : : s-> : : x**:** *
nod] fnn-eil, fii li\<> iin| 'n i Inn ily. <-hilin. ,:, him* Insi. -ill IIM men. folk In this war I lost 111 ;t'oint: from ii-<-(botn, :. slu\e or f '.
I lit her ,liy shot or, Insanity." from. sink to i-lilnn <-os< I. nnd " ,
et'tcu 1 bmt'l.i( to II-MTI her rights: ::1".1!
those of her. Mine Mellia Kiiiil, her ii n'uirtment ntHI seeks n remedy.. lit once. whereas. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
.rn'nile| In I IH| > fjn *' .f theoremhelmlni :
\\eniii Henri Martin has Iare.; home girl takes such IhiiiKs as II
; power of the ieriuiin; :
r empire, but the struggle U niitiinilly ., | airy rooiiiH with solarium and mf>f extra steps' IIt.re111,1 there quite I Standard Railroad of the South

j lio'ieleM nuo. garden am] wljl t 1 accommodate .O K1beds. ) matter of (ur..e111,1 would never I

jI 'l't'omlll'Ie her Equipment. for each IJtodI1\ think of trying; / to change filings.The .
I M. TILLER misery great pres-
cost $::5.Dlme. woman of another type looks on I
ure has been brought to bear her
Ujrry a German princebut this she I' Melba tine pledged even the housekeeping> as I the most stupid thing, I Fast Tourist Trains East"New

Real Estate Agency.MNNNNNNNW. bee refused to do, as she bitterly re-. maintenance of the majority of these to lie hurried through and got rid of I

Bents the German invasion: of her coun In memory of Arnold Quitter of tbe as quickly as possible. Still another
and Grenadier ""lIrds..wbo fell at the Dar type Is fond of one particular branch
Realty bought told try; For more than a year tbe kaiser's .
Houses rented. agents have worked hard to persuade of housework and neglects tbe rest of, York arid Florida Special" !
tbe work for Its sake.
Taxes paid and Title verified tbe youngest ruler l In Europe to'be' dandles.TRAYSFOR', Now how ran such women run a ?" :"*, ./"Florida{ and Wet Indian, Limited"
come the brldOjOf a German prince j j EVERY USE. 'I'Ic
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for non-resident tbe { : 1\ 1l' well organized homer They may have &$Ms\) r
objectbelug to( 'Insure tho: future > -*<: \: Coast Line-Florida Mail"li'4.
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all the practical knowledge earth. ; 1\-\t'> .
Fire, 'Life and Accident In- control) of Luxemburg.: : So strong did A Variety of Thee Ueaful Articl'e* For .
surance. this pressure !become that the spirited, Every Household.One but their attitude toward. housekeeping "Palmetto Limited" .
is so that their homes
very wrong
Indemnity Bondi. young duchess revolted against It anti I IIItlllllplllll of the most Interesting d..t.ai1a.or will be
never efllclcntly managed untilthey
I I her foot on the floor t>f her I the modern china closet Is the tray
change/:: their attitudes. When

i 1 0 palace"I 1 reallyUHt, exclaimed:be left 01011('. If I Trays Ices for for tat muflliui and after+ for dinner sweets coffee and sere areas they have learned to look on housekeeping STEEL SLEEPERS -:- DINING CARS j !
( as' nIl all engrossing I
cannot tlnd pence In my own palace I IICI..llllfll.1
) as the breakfast trayWhether study vihloh, requires all (,(
shall soon be forced to seek It In
a convent.
0 ooooooo{ 4rC.WGRIFFIN.o ooooo o. or not the present status of
." and Interest they will\ Ix'glu to slItl.wellkl..t I
breakfast as a movable feast is the re r..HullIot\ before.A See that your reservations a re on one of these trainsJ.
The grand dift-.hess It I the oldest of suit of the hectic. existence. mankind' I a
six: : sl.t'ra. Her family Is a brunch' of I lends S .
today It Is hard to say.If I G. Kirkland A, W. Fritot
the house of Oranjie: which rules III I IIIolhlllll. this meal Is to be served in /bed a FETCHING MOTOR CAP.Of Division' Passenger Agent. Division J
When \Vlllieliiilini I bcciunequeen I ,11IlItrlllllllll\1I11I1I1; tray ould be one II Passenger! Agent

and of Holland .she ciniM not. xncoercl with f..hIh1"11. ] ,/ ;". Sin h a tray naturally Lac., 'Insertion Rosebuds and Rib Tampa JucksunvillcUse ,!
Salle'Ln:.euuhurl' .. ..; beeituse of the. contains only ser\lie. for one. A bon la This H.Ir.t.This .- I '''ri':1414'riv17 bi {'G-0 4't 4+.4 fi i r+A44d'Gs t..:'4444 :-: {.s'.fi't.:Gt50' .' h44+f
; A cousin of ll'ilhelmlull'iIoeti
of designs, however !bei
I \tiriely ; may' nttractl\e 1 boudnlr cup Is Gruiul Mike of ixeniliiirg./ I found In this style of troy with indl
I ; HUe nn :iviator's helmet, the
When he diet] In I 1
1I12 leaving I
/ only xlduar/ nets of china suited/ to c'rIIIr..e. ; material I being a fine while net picked r -
girl children I the Luxemburg: ,,"rlill" / 12A0

I Free Delivery to all Part lent, passed n new law making! 'hi*!I For the member of the family who I .r : 1

daughters eligible to the throne :i wishes! only a cup/ of !black colTec or ten 54.

of the City with a dash. of cream" perhaps' n small I kt w i
d J Prune Gelatin. I tray eont.iinln; three )pieces of silver to II t LBS.

i One heaping tablespoocfnl of powdered which Is added the cup Is a convenient I

fieliitin two cupfuls of wnter. I II i, service.

i I --- = I half n iHiund of o(101 !prance' three ta-j i j The. after dinner coffee set Due Its yl 1r 1- ? FERTILIZER rls l ,

blespoonfuls, onicur* and the strained !, own tray nnd is easily cartjed Into theI ...
It ? juke of one ornnite, lire required. for I I I drawing room or library.' At the country -

this dish. Take the stones out of the. '] house. where. 1111 orls. of ImproiupI f V by
1 Joe E. Johnston FERTILIIER Co
t'fr prunes' after sosiKlug them, Cut the !I meals. are .served In the garden the ACx.oaVlllt.lA.. fJ y
prunes In halves' put' them Into nsnueeiwin pantry, must be supplied( Ith.trays ofevery } 4

t with the water and sugar ; d.rl..llon-ulal.k. or w bite painted
CITY ENGINEER nnd cook very; slowly until soft I ; then ones to accord with old furniture

add the gelatin first. dissolving it in and qua ht, cottons. glass! (0\ ..rell chintz

hot water and the orange Juice. Pour ones .set III wicker; even )perfectly plain./ '

:Surveying and Into a wet ring! mold. When set servo wJilte enameled trays may I be used.
with whipped find sweetened cream In ,I The .lK, >usekcf. ,>er's soul will delight In 'I Ideal Fertilizers

DraftingInsurance the center. Decorate with lady fingers. the variety and .beauty of this practical

adjunct to housekeeping) und her only
,. Cream of B..t Soup.Illnterl11ls . dltilculty will be In selecting. And Be Sure of ResultsFor
: One cupful of "beets well\ y w
p cooked one pint of mutton stock two rqt
i Straws
1'I1"IIOOllfllls| of flour two teaxpoonfuls Eggplant ,
a quarter cpntury Ideal Fertilizers
Cut Into one-fourth huh slices" au ,
of butter one .pint of milk milt andpepjier. ,
-4. I uniHH'led' efynihuit. Salt encWsllceand'' 1? have produced best drops with the ''biggest
(press I then. for nil hour or so under a I
L CDRSO$ F FIIRJ1IER'n i spoon 1'tennlls and:cup.1)ireetlo11e Two. saucepans fine sieve j'I heavy weight.dw: cut the slices Into I I THE DAINTIEST OCTL profit. Today, as heretofore we give you

: Cut the beets fine nnd :|| equal lonu'llis. about a fourth of au the best combinations of plant food possible.
Inch ulile. dlxcnrdltiK shin! ; dry Ina out with lace and pink roxebuda. Themodel
I I InUnutes. I
nlnimtr In the mutton stock fifteen i J
cloth and roll them tu n mixture of la HO simple that nay clever girl\ \
nub I through sieve. Mix thebutler Right Sources
and flour and add to the mut- I]I I equal| purls) of tine cornmeal iintl Hour; can make one for herself ind any number );
| Reason with )pepper.. anal and a slight for Busier brides.Spring Perfect Blends r
: Ion stock anal beet puree Heat thoroughly I| I
that Insures drib of hilt II"Dr"/ ip n few at a time .
; !: stirring constantly, and add toa I
Into Hiilail oil '(hot and fry them until Housaolaaning."Shake Right ProportionsWrite
pint of hot milk ; scuboa with salt
delicate brown. curtains free from dust; double
ilicy\ are n Dry ou a
: Protection that Protects and pepper soft (paper as you would "'rel..b fried each curtain and ,baste the ends together for new catalogue and price list. We '

I Cinnamon Appl.s.Core potutocH. nnd serve at once while they using strong thread and short can .
and wash six /good sized tnrtapples. are crisp) unit tender. Hltcuea; soak In cold water; wash and "'Dcat(the Market" on J prices. :
starch; loosen one end of clothesline'
,, Mix; together three rounding With i
Potato Stuffed
Saucage.T'otntos free from kinks and It
(one ) Blip
III tnlievKir| | >nfulR. of sugar with one t..II'SpotO"fl1l btr..yIre raw |JlololOt'1i i luaneled through;; all the curtains; replace: line Wilson &Toomer Fertilizer Co.
of cliinnniun. Place tb.11'[ with an apple corer and with
DAKIN AVENUE and plu hemmed ends st'ralKht. Do not Manufacturers
:tars In a linking [pun with' three tablespoonfuls the cavity IlllrdvUh, funmnpo. Pore I sprinkle when dry but press with hot of Ideal Fertilizers i

KLSSIMMEE FLORIDA of water. Sprinkle over the
; prepared' sugar: ami bake In a hot oven and !bake. Serve with chops, steak ofan )JK,|] ecru curtains, but add ,coffee to Florida .J

.I until tender. Serve hot or cold wltb an acciriiipnnlmcnt to cold meat for lust rhino wnter, Curtains wear better i.t, :.{

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.,_ _iuIIIIIIIlt 1111111 1111 $ ARTICLE* 1. successful bidder will' be"' required to either 'of: you may have against theo.Lato Township Twenty-five Us South. and all i..on.Having Claims Tot.i.nsands .

The name of this corporation shall Vive bond In a sum equal to fiO' of of Paul M. Trudell. dCo.a..d. Kanice Twnnlv-seven East 5tst.I
be Oaceola Ranch Company Its prIncIpal tile amount of bid such bond to ex- late of 4>sreoln County, "' th. Thence South alOng the range line dl- You. and- each of you are hereby.notllled .

LegalAdvertisements OffIce ane plac ' business eruted by K Surety Company and to beapproved undersigned Admliilntralrlx of said sidIng Hannes Twenly-slx ltd) and and required to present any

bu la .the ut )..hal by the City Attorney. The estate., within two year, from. the. data Twi-nty-seven 'Ill t.. the HoutjhWfslcorner claims and demands which you, or

County) In th.i SLats of"viorld'a. and 111. Council reserves the right to reject hereof. of Township Twenty-ttvp, 425) I iltlier of you. may have against thistatH

: : place *>( business slih.ll, ba conductedLowhere ann all bids Dated February !111. A. r>. 11.J"LIZAB'H Hnuth, Kanao Txxenty-nexen ( JT ) East)1; of Jacob \heelvr late
: : .- In tIle State of "Florida or For detailed Information all bMders TRllrI.I,. Thence Kast; to the southeast curtK-r >f Oscoola County.' Un.

In other States and Countries. throuKh referred to and specifications '10-tt, of Tow-liBhlp TW""" ((25) South, ..0'.1".0. Kxeculor of ld"oh .

. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I P 1 I I I I 1 1 I olIitofflco.., branehll. aiti-ncles or are for said concrete-culvert tulane curblnjr I and Almlnl.tral.lx. Hanicn Txx .- A.t; TlteiiO. ., t..o years from elle here.f.

otherwlsu. an Ia b. necessary or con- pavIng now on tile In the City Clerk'soffice TirK AIMM.irtTlnil lilt TXi Huuthenstei-ly 9', followlnir tlio County I'M ted JarchJtr ,.1iCrdtl! ,
I. Circuit for the Sri path Judl. .,.I.nt., In the sold City of Klsslmrnee, ,! >ir.i) .1.' >IH HKCTKIN c74 A.U. ,. I 0 I J-toutliwest. corner of TownHlit T. ; .

.cl.1 Circuit o( Ike Mtale i.( . ARTICLE of' ,, and bid. must be made pursu %75 (iI.2EItI, XT A.111.K+. |> Twenty-Hex en < 27) Mnutli. Kaniri U-& Exec d 1.
florlda !. ..d tur Oixeolat'oualy. Thn general n a turn the business 'Iorlta TIIK MTATI3 OK KI.4> ,0' T..Ut-III. (29)) East: Thencn las( -

or buHincsse. to be transacted by said thereo. j. u. aiLBEnr. NLI.uIs, liereUy given that fl TnifilKllIHT. Townshlii line dUlilnor

IN 4.H4N4 Iguy. I (::'oniitiiny In a* follows): CIty Clerk.AlttllMSTHATOir . purrhaiier of Tax Oertincnli. .- .Townships: ::: ': Tuentv-seven <27 > anti'Ew.mml.ighlt Do lice bother ypu-1 hogs( ? Dr.A..
lo '.M'01"1' raise. II'I.ort. export No. HUH dated July'A.. D. 18149) 42K to Cak-e Cypress.;
8..4h Flerlda l.umlwr Company- In ,'alt slim-p,' hogs und d.a and (',' No. 14. dated Bin .lily ofA Thence! Houfheacterlyfollowlnir: the II. Loganveterinary, field, agent for

fr'lorlda ......0......... ......1.1.1.".., .1 "'/lie' unlnmls and lltestock of Il 1 ItKAt NOTlr. TO SKL.V HIT nut. A.(I). imH. ha. flled saul cerllflentes \Vijiteiii and $outturn I bouuluilis ofHKOeoln the Bureau of Animal Industry who*
to .ernl KHTA'IM County to the poli.t x* here ,
vii.Mary 1.lld.ld I'arl' on In inyofTlci mini.- appllcfdlon '
,. *!. W rln r. a "1e woman. .toO I. jt-aillur tlrleulu'al t bual. IN COfRT OK 11112 eotPiTJl'lt.iF3: for Tax :..'dn'A: : lu; ac- 4'. .lit)' I lliiw I ..n..11 with, I tin- ICatiire, is stationed. at the University of
Varl lirkie InxeMlmrut lorn.ymmjrt hicahu..1'i. line Ill-h 55i-4'hl tx-four < III ) '
11. K. (' law. (". embrnco '
.......... produce.purchase, MTtlK ItK KI.OIIIIIl n'hto; I aOl, Thtrly-ftx-o) ( I Normnlxiiiv offers the
a Florida (,: .rl. .lte-. gell a nd deal ; followIng described (Und 'I'ft..1'; C'iorida. folo\lnJ -
OStEOLA t'4iL'l'Iii \ remey
.p.udaU.4 In all products i>f thin farm and dairy j I Ix-lnic ami belnit In- Osc-eola County.Florida Halil i.I inue I hl point of buliinltitf **- for 11cc Mix
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one part
and all I imlcU-s. ironds' nnd.. merchandiseproduced. I I liii I. d* sci Iptlun belnu meantfointlud.

.-! MOTH; OK 'fctt.ll'; |ir.-purSi.l': ; II' re Estate of Paul. K.'piui.ed. sh of and N'iof I .... all I.I ('"nlnllllola..I.I I and three parts of crude oil
fiom. sutlt 111041 nets. \ : brtor n .. nl line ((1). t )1. (4)
\ 1'! MA-V { \ -$ Sec Jfi. Town- .. 1'01"
TO ALL : In hereby K-lven to Imni It % .
To cany' on I ho business of wholesale Nole. "I Hhli' 25 K RniTKu 27 Haul ,nnil l-'l\ i I 5)) as nn.1'1.' .-. theOfTlce and pour thC mijcturo in the water in '
IS HUI1KJIV, (HIVl'.N: TIt and d... lou's In meat and "' ... n. hat 1. \p.I. Trld..1 | I.N". II 'IIrll..1In of I 111.I'l.' ,Ill 1 of the Cllilllt c'.t

thu undcrslKiied ua Hpoclal MiiKter III| meat ". 0"111 nnd to oporato I In contiei'llon an AdmlnlRltator: of h t'" .I' :' N Iedlh'HHU. of N\V 1 of.Bec. If. I In runt fm unrcola Countx'. "'10.1.1,; tuleUtinOic the hog wallow. The pigs will obtain
lu-i'olofoi,'o ii appoint i I In thinoiium I K. Trmlell I IH-cenm-d. will 1li 7lli I Ih .
Chancery I Ihnit-w'ltli I HlailHliter IIOIIH.-S, ; ( 1 not 1 Sit tI jl
wl..r .rrl- when wallow
Tiiwnnhlp 2Fu! ft. Range lawt. i'inl.mreil It they and
under unu. l 1,3.' \litu ofthe *. aLthiK < h'lN mnl vllM-lttock' ranches; ti.t r' Hliall I I l I" 1 Tntn. a 1",1,1
JInal UKITI-O li* rein i-niuri il un I Ho I nlH'i lln*. hi u I:,CI ore all I I Kinds: of r0c.d i I T. M. Murpliy. County JuiliruIn Tlusalil, In 1"1'1 tltlcnte Mu, Fidti., 1n the 1.,1 and ",'1,1..I.IIII.d" '(..nmi 1"1"' thul smother the lice.

2 4 Ui day of Januaiy, ,\. l I.. 1 1)1) ((1.I will. 1 1o'h mid fo. i 1.,11., and to operate and nnd for aald county at his ofTlc limn.of; T "nj'. .li"X I I : Ni > CN- loailH! !, b"m'iigu-M. CAIIIHII""I..t.1
KlnHlminei In mild count '. at 10
Ihu Kulu iHiy .In A"'II., A. l>. mid, '"I11RII I I 1111. cold lito,'a Itil ware- In > ( -. I lii.iltti of II 0.1 lii nor I,5 I lie I Mull'P a mull .
lioliiH tli" 'id' 4la> "f "i"1 ii'until, IIL- h."a. I UiilanlH. "'' I 'fuiCt oi'l.'it, o'clock a. m, or noon as I a. I IX"1..lh.h.- I iHHiiatK- jut Ix.' cerllflcatesIIIIBH at I I'iuiiuta: 'I iii. iuucelhi.ul; iii sia Itt pt'( It r;. AI.
tW'i'll the Il-Klll IIOIIIS, <>( '''.1.', on Ifur -1 r f.'illlli'i'i I I fiictuileu I fl' 'II.M factorlismnl the 1".U. can lie lii-unl. ..rlty | sit 1,1 CIM'tIflcates Hhnll I I be nilei '- ......,1 I d4'MCI'i 11'1 l I I." nr t h. "" "ldhul j. rhfi Oulnliu That Does Not Atftct Tta HtacJnmiiiir

sale. lit I"uhll.uelloll.. and. xxllla nil I bullilUiKH I I nceiU'd for the ". 1..1. public or 1"'h'I. ,"I. ther.I.wlllld"H"'I..I Ill i'd -.. I to TJIX I ..s I. l'e '.,"""h'IIeh..ll, II.. ,''Ihl..l.I ol It. tonic und
died LAZA-
,,II III 1'1Ih1le1111.11.. tu I. hh'h..1 duit of Hu.h Iiisl lIt HHTo 1\,1 (ealn' I. saId IBHUI". .I..lnK i the h.\12th day 11..1wil ..,1 dIaL .r, Ih.. ""'1"1' i Ii T1VK HKOMoat'ININUUbrttcrthanordlnan I..U. ,

and bent liUldor I lot ( ..h HI I" i iI ". I -i' by I piitdnise oTrotherwlse Coun\, 1.\1. 1\. ( on *5' II 14th" l, r",' I hue I "'
.. : rill; I : : ) of Block PS'h'litltCfl II. \ 191(1.ltniHH II 91.1.t. Oulnlne and due not cause ncrvnuinr nor
I In fiont 01 Ihe .Court" HOUH Hum "at. oxt n, hold, sill I, ('onv.-v, exchanitre. \\ hiiml, ntiil offli lal nl at I. Li.- m.ia.I.ItrI' .1" r.l.". in hencS lull and
0.1 of Tox\n of ,iCtilii.hl&SiIlP. mh.r.the n.
t ho ( olI ii 1 I HIIUSI hi KlHHlmnic.c. Mm, I I.IIH. in.ii, I 1111 44.'. illHiioKu I uf II"dO and Ih.10,1"1 tnaile oC nmld KIpKiimni-e' .I.Flnilda Ihll 7lh( ,'nof ; ' ] \<" "I Its I Ili' (; Ipl.1 . the .1"D.tur Ien' oi IL. W. CKOVH.. a M.

Ida tin lolluwlliK o..c'I.ld' |i's uimly.l : ,' ,'11 I In teal iKtatior, other )', IN'ordlll filed the otTlce of the I'h I ,\. P 1.,6., 14 I it I lull '"1f 1.1,,iZ'tl liiil II I Cli mu. ..11.\11 I I

>' I ptiHotial, I or mixed I (.0,1(. , of ('I I Court I In lId ''ICI i't SeaT) I.. ()V1ltiTl1CT.< \ fIlll tIle 'ilh'II iI'tl- lIttutlu' hit '
All Block ".\" of N. T. I Ilw..'sKiltiiliviilon To pursue mi>' iin.l all other buslni'SsiK for < laceola II.County h'l'111 Cleilc Couil ( mceolii 55 $t.: :hi IlIll: : itt': iii.. 'fiISS'lI;; lIT l'itMlIhiIi ,, : :

ol H liollliili 4 I, .110 to do any and all other acts >'. titate of I.-.. Ih,' I ,
; ; : ; \\hloh nppllrntlonxlll I I h. based upon C"uII (II\ 1..1..1. II \,1 c''I.I\
Tin'* o ;of Hellion 112! Townnhlp I I iSSouth. and 1111.. 1".1, to ex.rclmativ and tIle \ 1 I hut1 ,1 "l""t" I .. I .r
for such Ihl''lh \
I the petition on I.
I Itatiitc i 2i: Kusl of Tuiliilii.HH.l I all I I o 11. '" 40 which max' be IIUCIHaar I In HII UI comtllutLd ,1' 1" n JAXlV'.V JI I JllllXfJU';. 4'/ml.h..I I I : ..1.1 '11 I ..111 I l Ih""lh S. U. BULLOCK

A"', II'eolll'l I to I Ii.. (lllllof I i ;xpo.lH'iit or coil;,:tilent I In coiircilon Miireh, 7th,. A. V>. ICIlt. 12-Bt ) I H. C. 2f'' al alumul 32 "o\l.hl" .

I"I 11"11 III ( tie ot- with, oi I In to the. -_. '1'\"I v-fls'- /l 1-ItsIat II. n.... .1..1.1I
Ili-tt the Cliilk .r ( Ii," Cue-nil, bUHlin I m ss mnl, hiirfliii'MHeH .h..I".ro'I 1 12 1'I.IZAJI :1 TIIJ.r.If.,' rix.4i - -nil"' 42I:') 1..1 ; 1..11011. 2. n n.1 I

4'OUI. In nnj fm tinOiunly of .|,,* 1-il.| vhlih I u nutiiial I pi"i'KUII anda -" ____ \t'i I'I"JI.'I \''I4' .r 'i'itV.llMllhIl 'lw"I'"AI'' u 211) :"." 1'.
Kith of l'ibtu111 i'm'tioialion' of I tills I ,'lun I Iiiti.P ninxlnxxfiill (1t' 1'1
Hi'- il.ix Its 'l'Su'IiI )
IMC. 011 11 : : : : : I > '1'II K OK IMI \ 4 TOM lIlt- REAL ESTATE
\ l .. IK'II.!' I ; nnil ixitplliiKthei ( > ito ami xiclnmid, 1o da mix Toil "'I 1"1'1. lHllAiil': Iholul-i ami bxltttie, 'if' ( Iii1h055it i 32. 33 .1.1 m 3 or' ') Tss 1.1'

,rej limn '"' ,lliililH If I waxllni.toloi. nil of the I.,,' .,. sit. a in thh'I" (.4'- S .' 1'.1 l I iii mi- I MaxMixor. ofth. 101.1-1. 2r) S."lh. 1111.. J'w ,,1. *...*...%****%%**..*.**
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sum..lint dj< il f .'1.."" \. o"< 1:111.: ..a I I .u i" n"MI 111. ''. Inl a..t. '1.1.1 'i'iiss Ilitlilt. 'I'W Ily..lx 'n /,"Ih.12'1 INSURANCE
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111 till, Colin I r of I iMlUlllmill unIt HP,, i Illi .1. .'"HI! iliiiiHis i-utiliiineil' In Nmihi'II.. I h.-'...1..I.n 1'.or..n.I In" XV liohift hunt I v .r t s ,I.I ,. un SSI"II,,1.. S tin' 2 '.Ih ('inli.i.a.1 I .<. ttI'il.hItlM fI, .tl"1"I'I. I'I ,.. examination of a
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till' I 0'.11.' ii In ,tin' pi'liit' of i I" 1"h''I'' I. ul SillS' 'ulli." (l.hragI iiIIhl Illhl.d"'I" -* of 1'iaiHini. il.tiiiNiil I"I" & Tax -ul.rlot| ," llai- I,,I' .'UIIII"I.ilia ",,1. 1
bill I thif ".1 It.HI..I. 'I..h..1 :
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fI'I 1"\I H $.,'"C.H''." ol, l.nt .1 t in.l.puxx.ts' 1..0. m 11. "h,1 I. Hint lla', Haiti 4'outt H'I'nix 1m." itt c-i ui n t H I I.' H.I "- foi,' 11*.' lit, 111, llf lltllx. 2. $.'uIIIi. liiltlPi211, 1.1: "",I ,, I hl'1

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II mites ,".llll""h"I i n"ill) "il, nmi'' p.u-I 'Iss| Mi'inluiH, nf Ih. CIU "1,1 '
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ami, 41,8. "iii ii in 1.1 .i'hw.1 l In ,'..1" M III .1 111"
KI-I ujit a I nppulnt '
Ili-iilinly ,' : "alll. q. .. Ii 1.. 1" ..f House Bills a Specialty. All Interior FinishWindow
I. I.. 1',1 'l'twIHa.I I liollitsit : | illll 11..11.' .. ) I'll linn" I mill
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"put II..I' intlI l : |I' liiil.i- a and Door Promt 'Windowand
"a" .0.. ,. ..till.I . IiI $ IIMS I uf pal" I' \.ilil.. uf i lilt I' .1I 111 .lr..1 I onrt. "r. lh .liMll,'Inl (Ir- 1,1 I 1'1'1'11'" \ ::11) I ;, I .
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111 I till,' i'" I I"ii '' I 1'.1. .1 ."Inl' I I" txll <, S4 1 tOO" I llfl '111. l..1.1 n. ,I IB
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of Sletilihi 15 HIl.
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Sfifl ft In, Knuanioie I"hl'r I I.1 I : LI""Y. .h,1 1'1.II.d tin nee Knst iHi" xnrilH. thence North Deputy Clark IH' ro'"I.. ${>(O.OI fO.1 Oaa Administered for Extraction of

2(10( fl. :3 i jn tSimamuiu: 11.1; J.hll l'al'tln, President.Henry %-10'.1. to.111\ of heiffnnJnir; d. afpear 7mMILTON brldl" be c.mstructed .
r-n\yis of Iron cement or wood oreither
410 ft. 18 In. f..amor. ( ..I'nrtln Vice-President.. Ih. Jll Complaint herein filed O'IRY.\N o
Helt: Sheet Ueeelv-: Pal Johimloni: Sucrelary Trtasurer.sml on or Iu r the 1st day of May. 118. ILJnH \ f r. or all of said .nal.rl"l.
: .1 ft. I In. Hasamore Rubber each of said three i-lHe the :Dill will be taken as con Complainant ,*: IJje .Anl proposed brIdges .

1f.I: 190 ft. 2 In. Ix-ttlher) B'I: be R. dlr. t"r. ..raonl- .hal fessed ; I tlrlh.r ordered that thisOlder 1--- are .Uh. territory h.relnb.ror.

:3 In. leather Helli !, bet once a week for --_.. : ,
f' and officers published In 4'our 91.4. of 10..1... d..rlb.d.
4 f.Leather.1..11') 72 ft, 0 I (. .1"h.dlr..I.T. on the .eond IhAI "-.- Iwelv. consecutive weeks In blue Klsfllmmee (1..1. < Oscrols I.ndl.111 \ This payment r.t* i4lr.!<'ll<'n hf .5" CEO. PARKER
1'.1 Valley Gazette, n lr..I. said roads and ( I" t444442.J '
Ix-nllior Maehln. ciuvliiiljmiuiiry; of each .\tit-art benilining newspaperpublished h'ld.e. ; '*
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<' ft4 Hub"! <, In the- y..r' ll7. .''., " '. In Osceola County and of IX I:HAM. EltYtu.i' ' by the 1.lue' "n. 1,1. of hnnds of the TORNEY.AT-LW ,
I : U.IIIK;. ft. 4 In. leather. 'llt-lf: AHTICLK 6 general circulation in said County.: said Special Road Prl ll *
23 ft..5 rtullber Helt ; 9 sides The said corporation .hal adopt an"appi WITNESS the James W. llelrsi N. llralaeril .Dd' Bstelle M.Irnlnrrd. fo the amount of IJ5lOrtoOOsaid. Collections an.

1'actI U I at her. 1 t'omiilclicl.ililc 'opilate NI8 I. nnd sh.I I adopt By- ..rkln. Judge of ( Court of (.omiilalnaatN.l bonds to be paid as follows-

"I rinK Nyt.t.hhl ; 21 Haml, K"wH. IoUlitet l.awn for the Kornment of Its ffaiiH 1'nlh Judicial (1lr.ul of the .. Ten Th.u."n" It.'II1' nil ) dollars Specialties

( Bhnft 2 dn. I Ih, ,.I. not IticonHlHtent with Its articlesof State Florid. pud m h. a. Clerk >. II..Illrnl. Mary Lonlse and 11".1) a ,,, Twenty-five

BO His ulue. 4 111.01 1'11'W 1 ncoi pui'ut Ion and tin of Ihl'Ita' thereof the official seal 1 of .,10 I Emily A. Illenln. US 1-1 Broadway
I Kiin.iy I 1 Simnland Court. this 2lBt day of .lanuarv .. Said .bonds bear Interest from
rim In s ; 1. 'II' of which mav bx' npjietidit to .hAI
I K.( whiels.( 3n IilIt-a on (1,. tin, 'no",1 1..1..10., .. "*..1 "1)-1.. 11').".. pro* ( !.Itt .J. L. OVRItSTIlfcriT; I I'I.nrl.1\ "nlnI"1 Ilu".H'Ilql' I IIIIH,' thu. ilate, uf. nt lisP rate hf nix

22 ft 3-r.lf LI."harl. !9f. ( I .aid llx' -Laws. Clerk Circuit Court I Hint I I.I. II. IIIinlH. Mux .ul", Ml. HlH ,in-r tent pi r annum, the Inti'ttHt to i".
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6 do ; l-t.-1 .', 7llie Ci'aw' ford & JairellSnllcltois I and I .\ liliniH. .lef. iiil.intH ilinami niwilile,; Beinl-anntinl land

2--I 6 extlil .h"CII..< I-"" f lilKln-Ht AHTI'I.t. of Imjebt) "dmBSui t'lr Complainants 6-121 | tl1' ,tI. 'm'.. nhirNlIl.' of Ih. "t-,'pri-Bi'nd' il I hx I IntitiRt couponsimlx
f. ) ft. 2 .. 11'.11 . I ,outlined electors T. M. RIVERS. M. D.
In Him'k Mi-mn ,. I tu ithlih th i orpomtlon Kloililit ami 1111' . .1.1.11 uf I .11' wh. are
17fi ft "4 I" lo I 17 I In to Ii/, *.;.ti Inloll'' Itnelf .hnl be tile 1'nlUil( ox i-r liiiui' uftWi ft'.,.. .." l Hli.ill I.- .ntltli.l to xuti'

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1 Ml I'OX pixpiimlir -. .I.'n... of theIn.iiipui ---- ,11,> Bnli Iii i Iturx a I and Office over Osceola
till I .ul. niniiH n,1 n "' and Iniihx' niiulnil' Mpp.mtu l I. 1"1 Pharmacy
t.h.. I 3Uj 1"1'II. IO... I 2", I .,itutK, n,1 autlioilnil rip- In 4 ..r. of ( ountr .Judxe. Isle. offh ; tin I''i'i: ::.r :i iimplnlnt::: : ;;\\I.: In, HSIIl I I i I .*!l'u 11.I1 n niKilntt for ." elc.tlon are Phone Rf.ldence fit 5

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me 111111' fnnmlH' (. ml' i',, "'- elliali 11I :.11 It ,IH I h. . h. ulx.n I I lu nl ] \x' liom (. "f..1 llX ll* fl.Illl Illtf* I,11.t,., mil i.:
1 b r. oil an :I pi pipe ''onus I"I. S li l-altln. KlHHliiinne. )1"', It "" tonctin' I that un I fin'Mh' ,11 It .!Is r"'lh..I...110. *! Hill thin onl.l,. t.lilil \u 2. Shhml..k F. H !
12 nil piimlH r. IlaH" oil up" f'I' :, htiIr5cI '' of ,\U" llHt .X. |It I PHI'! I Hllllll MIM.lX I.. I I! In- puliilslie', ulii-i, . I ti-..\K f",'tilt T'H'" .' I I' TlBotl.lnHturluiH : F. K RID US W. .J. STEHD

iipn ulli'IH 13 mill III" r. I lilt .lullllHtOII.' KlHHlllinl.C' )1"'lda, 6 tin 1"1I. '17ul.. MI.h'u' ,igu- ofHiilil l xx i' I In tlu- 1"1",1., II I nml' ''I 1 ( n..I."". rdrk

kin tIll : I f. r I Iii do K I I" I In d" nil.u I Pit (in .linlici. of l-iob.iti, .. fuu i imx I li. Crttf..1" ,m,,Hiiiipi' i 1'\1".1' Insillil I I'" t'i 1".1 I No 1. ...", ,.. Stall.intt -' KRIBBS & STEED

4, lunnil I libs'' 3 bninll.H. I.IX S.I I K /I II I'l' W uf llll' ..lpu I ,'ul., it llISPiillhUt \,11111.11; \1 I -.nintx mil-, Slut" .. I. in intuit. .1 II Lnnlei II MTliuxxti

hilti h..I.II... \9 I..x. a .'1 1.rlINK .H 'I''IV I'AHTIS'IH'NItt \xllh "II al".1 .r .II'' .I.I.I.h | Tin-, 1'l l .V. I H I"'II! <4I InspiiloiH. "in.l ., A fliuiiHun ATTOUXKYS AT l\\\
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.' I 1.1." a i" "H.rl.1 4 fiili' of 1 '1."la ) ', nix linnl 'm-iuiintn I. .\ilniiiilstt, .L, I i i I .c: STI-El 1 1. i I II I It! tutu 1,1 I 1. '...Iwln.II.I..lo' ., Legal business of all kinds given

kl.'al.. . I. 1 Kit < :! > 'i\\ I>.III 111 of < IHI .fill 1 Ills, xx Ith xilll "I"X",1 .r n.ilil, eHlit.ami . "I HiS II..1 ful I.'.mplal"[ 11 -SI( ,",1.1 II I ilHilen .1.,1 l IiI .
on \limkH: ':I i :.Tii n I li I oil ,.'i2 ,::Iii, :hIM. TI' \ I I.LVIHiM IT M I \V CllNCilV! , iu.k| fur .. ''itlI I II' i nl I 1',1'.1 I t N.. 7. liiiHHlntr., . i \V r.I prompt attention.

III 4 I In Ill : 1 xxlllir I pump(I bulbill 1 IT; II' KMl\\N, Ilint I.. r",'.' mi' the I ill..I leliiumx' I isih. .\ I P 1 111HM l I 1,1.,1.1., V I' 1 lilitItili' II \Valkir. Office 11 arid 12 StAte llnnk BldKlssllHlee.

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Knlxin I IHOIIIlllX.luhn I I .MluiinXH' fur AilmlnlvtniiiivMII 1 Hit ,I'D: 12v.1'a In 1111u14h I. lllillll" '11.. tlllH I tI.\ V ,l' I I
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Ills: :Illld; : Jollll::: I ". ,Ir: IXUU. I III,I- .si"11 ii.I.1 1 i Iu :a".1 i ,\b. ,"IH"I".1 t i l lii.It.iuhlM 1'1..1, 4 reilUom. I.euntee**. 1)1st rlLnleen :. I i.i'M.nnt JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
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< 1 .. t Jiiltil *.i. 1<0.1,1 2 I" I tho fu.ui'g.hlug' | Ch.'- In 4 ourl of the. 011.1(7 Jmlre. Mildof ... .I I'erMoiiN llnxlnu InlniH air \ I I t t 'h.dl"1 I I S

.'hl.up, h. ,IK foi.. .bit I. "'I- hi I mil i.,in h .. St ..1. ,ii'Know b
I.IIH t i oik HIIXX un' linilll' 1 i ? 8. tMI ,mi.l, I 1.1 f.M.. nn I h lll'l'ul.-I Ih.Til .. I. 1..lnl.; nt li-ll.lnilm, lli.Me. i- ;t '1. 11-
,.: th I ,.i' hits. ii, :li; !: ,lik; 1,111'-I ;luiNi '' I' I'h.' liii )I'-'' II,. I till u Sill, H'- I *- n I Vuii, eirh ..f. x un hiriIs., I .t" . S Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
f"l fi., .. mnl, xohinl.U'! ..1 To CreillioiH I.i-mt.iB' Iiislill.nI. niitlfli.l I iii.l I M.u 1"1,1 I 1 to , I gi inv iiii-oiti' in1 : i '
Sill'I M 1 1 f",1 xi l upi- I 'nil' a" (th.ll .1 : 1'1.1 I'IITI'-
.-. I i 1 i Him n ..1 I tltIiuI.I'-i xx III.' I li, v ,,I. ui Building;
HI.linlx. .mil ,
r..1 ,' 1 l .i ib .1) i : I- IHIIIIH i ,, I I
out 111.1",1 1I"1
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'. ",1. N.I c"z HI: : I M I 4 1",1\ l'I'NI'5 mx h'mil frIll .fl.I,1 ....ilil IT I I. tiisiitIswoIultut, , .1'i .. l of x "' IIHI' 'h luSt i fi, ,..i tiiHt th.. 1'1,1 IKr "I" \"i'r ii t MXI Kl.ilmmee, Fla.
Unix ., I, K I pi.. 12 I'll"I' I. illn l I.I limn., .. iiiiiola' '".n'' l-l.n-' Y uu anil .-,,'h uf )''il. ai,.e li. til.v.1 .H''I..r' i .. I K' II I I 1"1 1 nnn .1".1": ilI I II ' Is I'N \ N '> II.I.t'. l-l.I. .
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it 1'Ik' .lie,. $ .No :.111: I' & :1. 1,1.i,. on 'this, tin. 2'nh' buy, ol l I'* In.U." y. ".111.1 I 11,1.1) I t I" ti'. H. .I 'nn\ I l.l., .r I lu I "I.\ilinliilHlt, fount '1',1,11, i ( < .if' ,.Hil.l.Httiti Ill 4lie "111. air I-Inrl.ln' st 4 b. I
Ih I" ''i'1 I mid iliuiimlH li .1.,1",0 InMe' ..f ItilnlneMM Marelt
1 box IIIH. I,1.1 HII' let \ |II I 10f 1 whl x un .1.1Itlnr fium tin. il it I
BluiiiH 1 1x4 II. I '!'all' >it.-I i x r I.a \ c; i' ( i \ iciurr.Nul .. of > oti. max' 11\ akiinMt tliBlale ,. txiu xeiiM 7th, Illlll.lte 1.

11.1"1 r. 11 r Mutui.; 1 II I! I' fiibllr Slit' of l'l.t'iuI.h *. nf .MilMiiliB I flog1111., .lq..1.1lati tuiot II
ter.Motor 1(01-ill Ill, I ICulleiB\ fium !lisnf.h Mx CoimnlHiton, ..xplr'11. 7. 1117JitliiiHtoll of i IHI.I.oi.i. I'.itiiitx. l-luilda to tin I lIstetl .J-inuin !1lli. .A I' I1* !1r I ..iirceMt I
X., I'll..,- .t 2 ..... ....... ...i .. .r.... fir. } *r ( SalletlVtlurnexB I umli.l 0'"',1 Kxi-eutllx of suiil isltli' "I' I AII\ \.lmiiil MOItlll-a, i nl rlx I .on. H ." i.'nl! I':.HI ,il.' I :"'> 0I I
liolll-ld.; lot (lIeN fiom Clelmnilt" I I I I for ( 'ul I,1ral.I 11 -1 tOTI'E wihin IWI 5.a CM from ,1 M I I, .f Ot I I. ins un I Cull ill-"nil I S. i iirlt !

HIM t ln.S. In.. 10 In ; I 0 ) .0 < IEnITIU4" jNK.S HO ia I : TK i.: 4 Iii HI-IIII.: ':i.p-:' Til' I ollnl, LomiH and l >ls- I

.ompl"I.! other maehlnerv. " (rmn"hln.ry. : 10-' t Kxeriitrlx' Ptttluit'i 2.0',0 i
Alan and
"ChuMMluIltM., npiuutinance 1 iroi HT OK THI I 'OITY .1 I (". :OTICI: is HI'IFn\! I ;. fV 1N. Thit nSIIIC "x.., .Irafl. 11 !
l "'." OK K1.OKII \. ()MI4)LAlit : 1 % 4'1114'I IT 4'(hi HT KOH THK KK'l :\ 'Illl "'"- \11 1" Illlll "" .\lirll 1"11,, "i """. Kut nltlile
an< flrlpllrlnln ,ld l""Jof H'I'A'I'I' 1" N11. II JIIII4I I. 4 OK 1 lh. .v I H I IQ: 1 Iii I Hi. folIos lily ,I rixtmes 4445410 LCENSED EMBALFRIDAY.
at the ( 'IH'II'I'
vl 1.. the 15th il x .r Till1TA1K: ISP" INAMI ti-rrlti lo-- IIII. : u unftotn, HankH 2.t 61
June the, A.MortKKKe.H 1914 nt 1< KlimlinnieH.c'ltx- I In ,.1.1. of 7.. l V. "'01 4> M (1 I. 'Tt' .'Inn Hij, l Itt.i nl;ll ( -.iunt\ 1"1"\,1.\ I 'hi.KB and Kxi'baime for Store and Chapel, Sttwart AT.
,ilencrlli. 20 IlL
Ilulahlv nw
1 all rrilltors. I.. .. IHnlrlliuleesnd 4'IIAElI' and I cl.-arliiBT '
IMant of the South "Iorlll .. : i ; :
; Kuulhiast of = 10 3anli
not ,il mort- all hsilnir 4'ltilins or "- at the i "rl. I ither ('iiHh H"I. -
though I'.on. Klaa4inm.. Fla.
Company. tlruliirlv .. I mrslnitl ..! South. on Hand l . Rt2 614

BBire All muro of fiald part ',\"Acrlwt. In m..d.Y.u. each of you are hereby ofl.htIe ..tto. H"'I' Thlrt( > -fiiiir ( t 1'nst. nnd run 1 xpcnsiH and Taxes I'ald __ 1 19081Tutal

property Stoic of !I-'lnrldui. notified and required' to present any K. Th.jr ia. 4o I.. 1111 Ih.le<' \\ixt ailing TouiiHhlp

OA"eol. olnly. PAY fur the ex1916' claims and demands which you or made F.n..I.r.I"TU'1 ,tlvl.lnl Tow hUll) I |lit. Tw'nty1gb t __ _ .n pn 22.741 39l.lsbllKlesi W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell
The purchaser .h.1 against the T ,'n'' % (29) Smitli.
either ofou. may have 4>K V South -II.
ilped AI.I."TI.TO
edition of
of Febru* ). D entate of "AV Jlnns d..a..d. hate of . to the "orn. of TowimhlpT '
the-23rd day Oiiceola County. .'Iorldl. to under- IT WI\I That CONI'FRN'In lh " (2X ) South. 1." ,. Tlllr- I'm.llnl Slock I'alil In .. _15.000.1 CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW

JOHN S -" Administratrix of said estate day of AJrl. A I). 1918. nt ti-n ('I">) tl-two ((2)) KiiBt: Th""". .1"1 Imllxlilillil Di posits_ subjectto S

A. Special(\OFT. .lln. Iwo ,'.nr. from the date hereof A. M.. "hal apply to the Moiioriil.l.Jam .- Ibe rall.\II.,\ '11vllll Hatiit.s > Check _ 8.7012
-. A. n 19141.1 .' \V. of the ahox' IMIA I wo .I.t2) to theTownnhlp ( ".hl.i 'a Ch.iks O"I.lnn.lnl
ThaneerxHOTIPK s
11.U In Ierkln. .ud.. line TownshlnsTwentyseven ffl-t EainlnKS _ nu.n 995 6 S Offices : 4... 5, 6, and 7 Citizens
Mar"\2nc 1 ...Ill..ourt
VOlt I.KT- 11-ftt II ilr.trl' lak.. .harK" and control my property ( ) :: Tss'nty-'Iglit: : 1 Total _ _ 22,741.29 Bank Building
OK AI-PI-irATIO-V unrt to become a free-dealer In every I I2 ) Then.e Went nji.nir S ilil T..wn.hlp .n -- -

TKHS PATKNT .* 111cUI NOTICBNotice respect line (. the ,>, e. .'.ii boundarl ofCommlssloners State of Florida Kissimmee Florida

IM>H.\ ( I. Harry W. Thurman. him linn.I of 151,1 net Number ThreeO Count ). of ",.oln. ssI '.
Is hereby given that the City D.bbl.. H. Thurman. Join In this Notie.or .- I. the same 1'ln. ,the runs! conn.-ct- II .'. Koe. Cashier of the above-

Notice I. hereby given that the underHlicned of Kissimmee, Florida, will purpose of indicating my consent InK Ijtke Cypress ..k. T""OI".I'I- named Hank do solemnly swtar that
will apply to the Governof COlnel bids for the construction of areenforced to the application mentioned IlKa: Thence along said ". to a the abo\i statement Is true the best

of the State of Florida on the Srd day concrete culvert and .the WITNESS our hands at Kissimmee poInt where It connects with Lake TohQpekallga of m>' k"owl.d.. and belief LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW
I'atentIneorporntlnK of Main Street as OBceola County Florida on this Thence around paId I iike. ROE Cushier
of A. n. 1916. for and paving Ciy.
April )
r 1.I.rl "urllnj th. 15th day of March A II. 1916nKKniK followIng the.iifern bourn, !.u', ore.mmlulon..r'l Correct-Attest :

5--- under the following O..ola proponed. charter BegIn: on Main Street at Oak Street H. TbttTlt1itANHARRY rilBtrlct Numb.r Three n, F. HOE Waring Building.
sL vitrified brick at \V. THURMAN where the "Rnal Jolnlnl A. I- HUNT
and articles of Incorporation where the p"vln"
% .of which has been flled In 'heao'nr present ends thence on .JOHN S CADEr Lake. Tohop.kRIII nnd t Fut, (I.( Toho-. M. M, SMITH. DirectorsPunscrlhed .
of lu'I Limits All As Petitioner 1-f .- and sworn to before me
State ;
of the of Main Street
Secretary n.k..IIn, Thence along said ant to 191(1f Wb Voa fb.d a OMMT.U TosdaTaka
wide 15th of March of to be this day
Florida .. paving t..t .xrullv. :; ; dla( JOHN PARTIN of curbingAll of work NOTICE TO CREDITORS .tLk."ohoJpk"l.a: ; J. II. BAAS Oror*'*
S PARTIM.t construction of Tohopekallua.followInK Public
O. and
.4 HENRY PAT culvert curbing to pavIng be completed In a reasonabletime !. C..rt .( the ('...t,. I'.'. I I Commlsloner's DIstrIct Number -. My Commission .xplr. -D.c. 10. U8. Th Old Standard.Oror TastelcM

,. .OHNS'ON to be determined hbrhh: Council.All .( Florida. Ola C.-ty. Three (1), (or the the flange Western line boundary dividing chill T4wi la .qnally raloabl aa a *.
thereof to
r -OIC INCORPORATION ANDS bids to be- filed City Clerk ) TO CREDITORSiw k contain-
NOTICB Tonic becaoae
and Thlrty-on General
ARTrl.EI CHARTER OF later than March 25th. Eachbidmuet I. .Kstat .. Paul B. Trmirll. Ranrres Thirty < 0)
) COMPANYI not 11. To Creditors. Leatee.. DI.trlbu- ($1) : Thence North on said Range line well known tonic properties4QU1ND4B
RANCH by Al or covirrr JVDOE.TATfR .
5. .O.CEOL check payable b. accompanied. City Clerk for and All Persona having Claims' to the line, the same bolnir the COURT THi FLORIDA and IRON. It act.ea tb. Liver. D&H Pout
between Townships
ce ..
emands aald Estate:
of $250 00 and each, bid meatbe Aaralnst countr OSCROUA. COUNTY Bnricbea the Stood' and.Mld.vt.teV
nndcr.iirned hereby ai.oclale the sum / Tou. and each hereby f4) and TwentrfireSi Malaria.

I th.maeUa* irthr for the purpo. of presented In a sealed Clerk envelope and msrked addressed notified and Ul::, present anyclaJms < > t . West alone said Town- I. rf Kmtmlv .1 Jacob Wb.IVt DUtrtbdieea,, aU8nlM 10 csate

becomlnir Inorporate under the la W. 0814 .top 'D City Mala Street. ant .. -hlel you. >r. skIp tin. t ta. Iforthweatcomer. of To_aU C..u'o..Lpt...

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4 FRIDAY, MARCH 2., 1916

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. ... o-HoOo o-oooOOt. 9H"0+0'H+0+C.
,. O t ott+Ho : ;

1 t': y- . Bankrupt I'Stock, of J Ladies' ';

.. sI\LI.qfE: ;. ',. Beautiful Evening and Street Dresses I'S. AL'. 'E j $

!I.. We will offer a big line of new costumes, man tailored, and purchased originally for the Spring and .Summer I

p trade, right up ,to the minute' in style; of the finest fabrics, silk, .silk creps de chine, silk poplin, satin,' foul- 1

t lards, ratines, linens, crash, basket cloth, ,etc., ,. at I :}

i 1-4 ., ACTUAL J COST PRICE 1-4' ,?

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S'Ce; >'cb:.. L7Vi11 be, ]misplayed txa the ;

:a:RONSO.l: : : ]BUC:: : :...:DING ON:: :SRO .DwA'S1t: : .

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; S.a.Jl.JE: O::IE:1'T: =e 8:3C SATUR: :: :J:] .A..Y '


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,, \ McCall Patterns' Given Away to Each I ady Who Visits This Sale, Whether She Buys or Not.



44t..o--c-c ...e---:.< <-:...-...: 5+.. ..............:..:54: ....l.-: :...:......:..:..=--=--:.....{-:......}:.....req ..:..:..:..:..}->........, C!*"-..00.wh'd.....+Tq.ti....-..:e+Y'K < fiC. 'r-0 4b Ot oQooC- C.9+1. .'M o C 4 s144 4 4<... M\0 d Or\-0-OP4, +OOf -04c .
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t I f'rld! Foster on March: 17th.i 'I li-ast $]50,0110 of tobacco products. i :Mrs.' Charles] h'. iluilson. wife of a 1, The :Mur' <]uise do Chambrun daughter -

More Dipping Vats I,i Later t the following----- letter containing G, A. R. Encampment ;i "In conclusion] 'Vinston- a'm] ,prominent, Philndc-lplru] ) 1ial>y penal list | of :Mrs. Hclltimy! Storer is studying -

manufactures more tobacco, all tobacco i has offered to take Imtiies: horn in France so us to h" able] to teach

Ready In County a definite/ aproval of the company Coming 1917 products! taken into this statement, of defective parents and after roaring I I the crippled ,sulilicf- use their muscles -
I by Adjutant Central; Foster wasreceivtd Jerkin
M I than any other city on earth, little or thorn for several! month under the to the? best .luhaiitage. She has!
I I by. C. A. Carson who hud
"I/)/!,. Industrially she is easily first in supervision of her husband turn thorn twenty )beds, in her ho-pitul.
written to him in regard' to the (Continued from Page One.)
!Continued from page 1)) I / proposed :North Carolina, imputation] consider- over to responsible familic'S i for adop-
I, J The letter reads: Officers elected] at the Tampa encampment
the county to the other and possiblythe ] company. ..rd, first in America and I believe in tion. . . . . . . . . .
: I Hear' :Sir; : I hag to acknotvledgeandto were as follows: : ->
entire ] the list of thetorld; socially never-failing d.-
county placed on '
| thank for ]letter of the Department commander, W. II.
you your "
Sections released, from quarantine.The I 'light/ tS her friends. niroitr: 01i UK \1)1'11(1"
I :Mel rath, Jasksonville. 'I'r.: ';'I'OLlTW.1.'OFE l ) ( : : : ' 11'I. :: *
fight against the tick'' has favor-ably I I I TMK t ; :\t ll' Mvvr .
) << Senior vice-comander, John A. HIOOI *! WKK: 4

spread all over the South 9,73(5 and this at Kissimmee for forming an iJ"!fitn-: II Wallace, Tampa. 1 ARE YOUnKIDNEYS WELL In the *.I..UMOMN l.- ,,r hli.rl.ln."...... 1.n< Iola.Ite.u.rre.l the. rloxef 1,I.*:; ':' ':' .:' ':. .:. * ':' .:. .:' ':' .:' ':' '> ,.
j month a total area of ( square .
and the who havebeen Junior Edward
I try cnmpany men I v vice-commander Slll'Illl"l'f
miles was released front quarantine.The ---- I FOR( :
nominated for appointment uscommissioned LaLomle, Kissimmee.Department, l.uaiiN i'ii Hial I.) I.I'. J
free territory is situated\ in Florida .;Many Kissimmw People Know the l.naiiH iin 4'ollati-rnl, Sii-llrltv I will h(. a camliclitt'1 for the officeof
i officers of such ) J. B. West- .
I > orjani Chaplain, nth. than It'a'0! :> -
Texas (; and Importanre of Healthy Kidneys.The : Sheriff of Dsceola at the
Mississippi Georgia ; county
\ll lilhi-r I.DIIIIH anil 1 1 I'
I /.at ion. It is very gratifying to note cott, St. Cloud. I |HnuiitH I
\ South Carolina and includes the f2412017 primary in June, and solicit) the
support -
I that the young men interested in thismovement I :Medical: ] director, George W. kidneys filter the blood.Th..y i 'i\ i-nlt.-illK 1 176 1 S7
whole or parts of )1i! counties. There : Slat4. CMIIIIIX anil .M unlrlp.ilSI. of the l emor.tic voters.\ If i ielected !
I I are of high character\. and Holmes) Jacksonville.Council work night and day. I Hoed: ,. . ::1 I !1.64 68; ; I '
have been released from Federalquarantine I ., \ I-uill give entire lime and
now from representative families and that l of administration, C. M.: Well I kH .r <'iii-i ifalli>iiK 9I5.'r:l I nlInlunc my
kidneys remove impurities. ,
1 4 174172 miles of I I J: 1 MIMIHI. fall l 'liit in' ianil attention to the tlul.... of the office.JAMKS .
+ square 4
I the company, if accept--d into the Ellis, Jacksonville< ; Thos. W. Brake, Weak kidneys allow impurities to Kl\tiirrn' 24'.2594: I
the original 7-11,515 which I iitlirr II-a! I KKinti-: .2.111: : ::; II. SMITH.
\ were put
I sen-id'< will have the support of the St. Augustine; Thos.! Brand Lakeland multiply.No I 1''MI.fcinii, i.o.pont.dIl.aks 1 1I
under quarantine in 1U!) (>, when the ::11:1: :' 10
business men of the community.You 1 1I ; C. 'all, Zephyrhills Sam Sage i I
I work of tick eradication I ;- kidney ill should be neglected.There i '14,4 I kx lain 1-:,.rluur: > Ia'l ,
systematic \
are advised that the petition'for /ephyrhills.Delegates. i iI is possible danger in delay.If .'l 1,1..." H.17r.
began. I I'.IHll IMl H.lflll 1'4I I I I.;
I I authority to form this company I) ) to national encampment, you have backache or urinary I'niinlx. and! I l-lfy \\ .ni.inthKMIIHU II :
/ A significant feature of the new order been forwarded I : | :, -- . -_ :- _ m ul I : G. D. B. SAYS 1
I has approved here and 1 C. A. Shaffer; Lakeland; )Dr. E. G'I troubles,
is that with the release of
) territory to the Governor for his action. I Total __ 19114.45.12'4:
Ferris St. Cloud S. Frendenberg, S. If you are nervous, dizzy or worn h .
in Florida there is tick- I ; I .,. Hare the new Osceola ,
iTfiil'lllllrni .
now no -- : lHCD .,
i Yours very truly, 1 Latta, Kissimmee, at Targe. |i out, ...-_ ...,.)ValTltal, :' j Slock I'ulil' .III -- l.1fi.liiili: "HI
infested in which counties MI'
state -
some J. Clifford R. Foster 3ar 1 Dreis. Look for il, and shove all,
The officers to be I Begin iuarU : -
I following are appointed \;
trr.y at ,
have not been made free of the pest. 'our kidneys Pi.poHftii suble.lI
} by department ,) Chf-i-k 133t,1 34.06 ask for it and be convinced. It u
.1 In Florida the whole of Dade and .co.uvna... .... . h1:; Demand Cer--------- I >rOHlt -
oflpalm Truckers Start Assistant adiji iwtuuf -:" (> ._______ ______u___ 12.500.1111Tim. the best Sc cigar on the market.
t Broward counties and part May 1 ... -". and <1.arterJ Use a proven kidney remedy. .. Certificate' of iH-ponlt 29466.68
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Beach' county are free. -mastep general<< judge advocate chief None endorsed like Doan's Kidney Certified Checks __j___..____ 5:34Cashier's At all store of note. :
A.e Checks: Outntandln 1
It is the hope of cattlemen- Os- MOUD ,:f1.- ,,!:fPinA. mustering officer patriotic instructorand Pills. r i.: uu. ...',, f ty_.**"n. *-4! .<4v"VaVVbVo Made in Kttiimmee.fD. .

ceola county who have already joined -,., 'ntr Uifair chief of staff. Recommended by thousands, .. ?" .,t ,, ;]"us, 110-, //'i.I' '; L:1: ( : .. \
'. in systematic dipping, to have' this .r......tae-fns, ,. brtl- Proved by Kinim'mee testimony.);* "< '
county on tho free lists witV 1**f' (Continued from Page,1)) /7' M.: -Cosner, retired farm r,:'1dab- ,; or Florlda Y z c+1
"and r.: short WORLD'S LEADING Kissimmee "I County of o..oI. as.. :
__ e.aep 3aillt+ n as a'fair Vette street, says: .
were held. If we could have four I, raul- K.Vavtr, Onuhli-r of thabovpOHmPd
'---.- .nne-+.ote. here in Kissimmee i Buffered from pain and weakness in tmnk. do solemnly swear --"-TAre -"
-, right we
Uncle Steve Partin, one of the old would own get not only the benefit of TOBACCO TOWN 'nry back and other symptoms of kid- the that best the of nbo\e rnv knowl statement-dg.l Anti IK true b.', ,

eat residents of the northern section ney complaint. Doan's Kidney Pills l'AI',1. K W"\'I H. fishier
the principal fea-
having our products '' Corr..rt81.t.
is the latest to and I cheerfully' IXISKUAN.A. Your
cf Osceola county, greatly me jUtTIHMl
ture of the fair, but of having ; \\" UIIHTI'SF
join in the dipping movement. This crowds come to our city to trade with WINSTON-SALEM, N. c., NOW recommend them." (Statement given \\' HIM. lUrrrtorn"Sulmrrllii'il Electric Lights
fine concrete 22 1911. and xw"n to before me
week he completed a February )
our merchants and see what we haveto MANUFACTURES MORE TOBACCO thin I7th d-'v i.f March. 1916! ';
dipping vat at his pens in the Par- offer. THAN ANY OTHER CITY OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Kmhr> n :M R'IlroxNotary .Public. Out of Fix?

tin settlement, east of the city and Mr. Cosner .said: "I am so satisfied I
"I believe that the time now ripeto
Lake. This is one of the IN THE WORLD. with the good results Doan's Kidney
near begin this movement! and we truck 1 To Drive Our Malaria Call Osceola Electric Co.C. .
finest vats in the county. The last growers intend to take the lead. We 1 PiTU gave me that I "am glad to again And Uulld Up The System E. GARDNER. Mgr.

} work was done on the vat on Wednes- expect to discuss the proposition Following are extracts from an address recommend. them." Take the Old Standard GROVE'S

day and it is thought that dippingwill thoroughly at our meeting tomorrowand delivered by 'Col.! A. IX Wattts, Price 50 c, at all dealers. Dontsimply TASTELESS what are chill taking the You formula know is House Wiring, Fixture

begin today or at the latest on if i we can offer some plan of procedure collector of internal revenue for the ask for a kidney remedy-get 'printed you on every label, showing it is and Repairing

Monday. Mr. Partin has some 1000 Fifth District' of North Carolina ata Doan's KidneyPilfs" the same that Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. /I
we are going'to name a com- 119 BROADWAY
head to be dipped and there are prob- mittee to confer with a committee smoker given by the Twin City Club, :Mr. Cosner has twice recommended. : The Quinine drives out malaria the

ably as many more in the neighbor- from the Kissimmee Board of Tradeto Winston-Salem, February 4, 1916: Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo I Iron builds up the system. 50 cents I II I' JI

hood which will also be treated to'an preliminary plans." Some Comparisons. N- y. I -
range OOOO< ':""" fi 444{444'4I o.i
arsenic bath. There are several other mattersof "Winston-Salem is supplying one- I Y

t 1 The New Eden Plantation near I importance to come before the (fourth of all the chewing and smoking< ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET

> Najrcoossee is now preparing to construct meeting of the truck growers tomor- I tobacco consumed< in the United SPECIAL REPORT i I ClassifiedAdv.ertisements I
a concrete dipping vat for the
i row and a good attendance of the States, besides< exportingvast quan-
of National Stock Yards Ills.,
treatment of its cattle and those
members is urged so that as many as tities to foreign lands. This state-
s I others in that section. voice their from the to the March 21, 1916. . 4ee e 6 OOO 4400 .. .O.b, .
possible may opinions on ment is taken report 1 - - - - - - - - - - - -

{ Pat Johnston, of Kissimmee, one of the subjects considered. Commissioner of Internal Revenue for I FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage FOR SALE Automobile in first-
the most progressive stock raisers in of the fiscal Cattle receipts 3200. here were close in $12 month. E
the first quarter present ; per class condition or will trade. Inquire -
rr Osceola county, was a pioneer in the J year and from private advices from only a few quarantine cattle includedin I E. Wells Real Estate and Insurance. Breaker & Barclay Kissim

1\ \' light on ticks and has five dipping II S, Sen Bryan Washington, as to the second quarter. the run today, but some good 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn) mt ee. gtf

vats to care" for his eattjse491 different I Isect.ions which ended December 31, last. steers were among the receipts, one -- -
of the county. Two of these load selling at $7.50 and another at FOR SALE OR TuAlJE for horse and
Here FOR SALE Orve
Speaks TonightContinued gray western mare,
"Your city is making oneseventhof wagon, one 2 cy. Buick In good
located at his East Lake place: $7.85, weighing 816 to 984 lb*. re
are. all tobacco products--chewing and condition food!: tires; must sell or good worker, driver and saddler;
I! two near Hopkins in the eastern portion ( from Page One.) smoking tobaccos, cigars, cigarettes spectively. Other sales were heifers trade at once. A. M. Jones P. 0 safe and dependable. 1 light 2-
and one at Canoe $6 to $6.50; mixed $ $5.25; Box 221 Kissimmee. 7tl
of the county horse with pole. A.
i 1" ganized in Kissimmee. All' factionsof :and snuff-manufactured in the United \I wagon Enquire
creek I cows $4.75 to $6.25; yearlings $4.60 S. Nelson. 11-tf
4, (Others are now contemplating themarly the Democratic party joined in this States. Your manufacturers are to $5.76; calves up to $7.25. EGGS FOR IIATCIIING-Thoroulth-I

t construction of dipping vats move and intend to roll up a big majority paying an average about $37,000a I I Hog receipts 10,000. 1,000 direct. bred, Utility I'lymoutbRocks I LOST-Hand-painted china pin.

4 \4' and they will be given the careful for Senator Bryan in Osceola day revenue taxes to the govern- Market opened at 5 to 10 cents loweron 10 cents each. Fifty oror Finder will please- return to Miss

assistance of Demonstration Agent county on June 6. Friday eveningthe ment and the amount is increasingfrom I I best heavies, top $9.70 with bulk more, 7 cents each. King Poultry I Beals, Osceola High School. 14-2tp

1 Evans who is always ready and will- junior senator will tell the voters month to month. When your of the good hogs 150 Ibs. up at $9.30 Yards, Lakeland, Fla. 13- t: I
aid what he has done since he has been a government building, much the "handsomest I rough hogs $8.65 to $8.90. FOR SALE-Five-passenger Buick
; ing to do anything of this kind to | to $9.60;
of This will be the in the state, was completed SALE-Grade auto would trade
of the county. member congress. Pig market very slow very few or- FOR Berkshire sow I or for building
in the development
-- I first time in the present campaignthat last July at a cost of $250,000, your I ders here, 120 to 140 lb. pigs at $8.50 and six pigs. C. H. Funk, Kissim lots. E. P. Golding. or Griffin .

he has had the opportunity to newspapers made the statement that to $9; lighter pigs $ $8.25. mee. lOtf I. Garage. 14-Gtpd dIq.." ,

State Militia Company I make a real speech upon his record. the taxes paid in your city to Uncle Natl. Live Stock Com. Co. -

; tf I Ilie will speak at Orlando Saturday Sam for the first eight days of its occupancy DWELLINGS for FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. Mrs.
rent apply to M I J. J. Hall, 203 Bryan St. 12-tf
Is Assured Here I afternoon. would pay for it. Since Sep- Tiller. (

l He said yesterday that he probably I tember, it has taken only a fractionover REGISTRATION NOTICE

i would not speak again in Jacksonvilleuntil seven average days collections ... STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE I FOR SALE A good mare, harness 1,

(Continued from Page '1)) after the regular itinerary is, here to equal its cost. So far this I Notice is hereby given that the Strong, intelligent; gentle, excellent and wagon very cheap. J. F. Ni-
week Mr. Cranford has taken in books will be at all condition. swonger, R. R. No.1, Kissimmee,
M" 1', The matter of forming P. company started some time later. This Itiner- I registration open Money refunded if no Fla.

N : i at Kissimmee is approved by the I ary may start from here, but the 20642850. I predict that before I precincts from the first Monday in colt. 422 West Oak street. Ct| ll-4tpd rIi

f) matter is still in the hands of the 1916 shall have ended your average March to the first Monday in April. FOR SALE-Full-blooded Rhode Island "

Regiment I committee and no announcement is weekly payments to the government Only those .who have not registered I FOR SALE-One 44-40 model 1873 Red cockrel; also Himalaya . '.;'
for maintaining a creditable organization looked for for several weeks yet. I II on tobacco' will more than pay for heretofore will be required to register; Winchester rifle in good condition. berry plant. J. L. Denning, half I.;-.:.
; this magnificent building, leaving the C. W. GRIFFIN Will sell for $5.50 cash, or trade for I I
at that point seem most favorable I Senator Bryan's next trip will prob- I mile west of pen Miller place. 12-3p "" r,
v I. it is trusted that the petition ably be over the western-central partof collections for the other fifty-one Supervisor of Registration for good hunting dog, or anything of I "

H* be forwarded without delay so the state. By right of seniority, weeks as clear profits to the govern- Osceola County. ll-4t equal value. Address Box 504, or FOR SALE-Some fine Japanese 1-(;.
apply to Valley Gazette Office. seed cane six feet and ,.-,
entitled to the ment. long sproutsat :
K* that action can be taken.YOUl'll Senator Bryan was position .
I I early truly I of chairman of the senate com. Tobacco Shipments, Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly every joint; largest yield of ':
very in "Winston-Salem is shipping on an FLAT FOR RENT-Flirnished or un green forage, plant now. Addressor .
I He tonic
it tee pensions. gave way
R Foster. n. The OM
J. 'TLiam'I: furnished. %
1 all ,drives ouiI Apply t the Gazette phone A./ E. Thomas Klstmmee.
of Senator Johnson from Maine average each week day to part c/ OROVK'B / ,
1 It. was announced *t the meeting. favor .. :: :::::::y I office. I
x that' the petition was mailed to Gen- 'and so notified the senate yesterday. this country. and to foreignlands at I lam A tins klie],. P9T advlu <)cb Mo 18-at;;

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