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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 5, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00749
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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.iMI.LLER% [ HEADS I I SLIGHT CHANGE TO BE BRICK ROAD IS SAVANNAH. CONTRACTOR, OFFERS .TO CIRCUIT COURT ;


MADE IN ROAD ROUTE BUILD BULKHEAD FOR KISSIMMEE

KISSIMMEEGROWERS OFFICIALLYCOMPLETE DOES, LITTLE,

ST. CLOUD-MELBOURNE HIGHWAY ., I '
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Has Plan to Add 700 Feet of Property to Present Lake Front '

TENTATIVELY COMPLETED and Says Work Can Be Done for $75,000-..Willing BUSINESS,
BY ENGINEER A. J.
McDONOUGHCOMMITTEE i Undertake Proposition, if Gty Will Allow Him a }
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SUGGESTS: CIIANGE. Je .Drawing Account of $2,000 a Month for tof'J'f "
AP. GRAND JURY BUSY WHOLE WEEK
I LOCAL. BRANCH OF FLORIDA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Year After Which He Says He
a
CITRUS EXCHANGE IN ANNUAL PROVE FINAL REPORT OF EN. BUT AS ARRESTS HAVE NOT
MEETING CHOOSES- HIM PRESIDENT The profile and plans for the sandasphalt : GINEER RAMSAY AND MAKE Can Finance the Plan. BEEN MADE PERSONS INDICT.ED .
road from St. Cloud to the "
ARE NOT KNOWN EXCEPT
AND NAMES DIRECTORS LAST PAYMENT ,TO ALABAMA -- ,
'FOR SECOND YEAR OF ITS Brevard county lino, known as the St. PAVING COMPANY FOR OR- "Bulkheading the lake is merely a here to look the proposition over, hasa IN TWO CASES, AGAINST TWO

EXISTENCE. Cloud-Melbourne road, are practically. LANDO HIGHWAY. matter of money.:' plan to build the bulk head some NEGROES.

complete. Tentative plans and specifications That was the substance of the. preliminary 700 feet from the present lake front,

were presented to the remarks of Councilman Eugene which would put it well beyond the '

BOARD TO ORGANIZE board of county commissioners( at tho PENALTY NOT CHARGEDON C. Bryan, chairman of the Bulkhead , present city dock! He estimates thatan FEW TRIALS ARE HELD

meeting of that body on Monday by Committee. the city council, earthen,bulkhead, re-lnforced with
Engineer A. J. McDonough, who is in at the ll'ieetlniof: that body on Tuesday lumber will'suffice and that the work -
SESSION WILL BE HELD AT charge of the work. Tho'plan.. re- PLEA OF VICEPRESIDENTGILLESPIE night. can be'completed the full distance. LIKELY THAT SESSION WILL'BE
SATURDAY quire some( finishing touches yet and OF PAVING CO. '"We conclusion" EXTENDED WELL INTO NEXT q
'PACKING HOUSE have come to the within ,the city limits for $75,000. It '
MORNING AT TEN O'CLOCK, these will be put on within the next BOARD DECIDES TO RESCIND said Councilman Bryan; "tKat\ we la said that be is willing to take hold WEEK. WHEN TRIAL OF CRIM

WHEN IT IS PRACTICALLY AS. few days. FORMER ACTION IG U R E S could bulkhead. the lake if we had themoney" pf the work and build a'dredge hereto INAL'CASES WILL. COMB UP--
SURED J. W. PRENTIS WILl A committee composed of Messrs. SHOW SAVING ON THE COST be operated with the city electric ROMA THOMAS IS FOREMAN 4,
George, Reynolds, Birchor, Graham, ROAD OVER ESTIMATED OF GRAND JURY AND i. T
OF
Councilman
AGAIN BE NAMED SECRETARYAND Bryan has been atwork power, if the city can find a way to
Mallett Stewart and BURCKWALTER IS ACTING :AS a
TilE AS. Hargravos, COST WAS APPROXIMATELYFOUR 'bulkhead allow
MANAGER OF on the propositionalong him a drawing account of $20.
80CIATION. Grimm, of St. Cloud and vicinity, THOUSAND DOLLARS.The wtih the other members of the 000 per month for a period of one CLERK.

were present to confer with the: eenuaiUee, Roma Thomas and Howell year, or about $25,000. after which a

board and the engineer about a first brick road built by Osce- Bass. They have conferred with all time he,has a plan to finance tho remainder Sessions of the Circuit Court In and
B. C. Miller, ono of the most progressive in the routo
change as -
slight surveyed
the, property owners along the lake of the work. for "Osceola county which began on
fruit of O ola is officially'completed.
citrus grown the of Ashton. No county now
in neighborhood front but two, and one of these has Mr. Bryan intimated that there Monday have not accomplished much
ceola was elected president official action taken tho G. R. made his
county was by Engineer Ramsay
Growers been indirectly communicated with. were hopes of securing the money to this week and it-Is likely that court
of the Kissimmee Curds of board of this matter, owing to .the final report to the County Commissioners It was the, belief of Councilman Bryan finance this plan or some other feasible will extend well into next'week before
: ..Association at the annual meeting fact that the board ruled that the .
at their meeting on Mondayand and his associates that *>o. obstacles one. the work on hand is finished. I
that organization held Tuesday mom question of the route must be governed the road was officially turned stood in the way of the work so far{ The work which has been started Monday was largely taken up with

Ing. includes entirely:: by the wording of the pe- over to the county by T. B. Gillespie,, as the objections of property (owners ,by Messrs. L: A. Hamilton and H. A. the impannellng of the grand jury
board of directors, which tition for the election creating
The special vice-president of tho Alabama Paving are concerned, if the city can find the Hunter in front of the Lake Shore addition and the hearing of motions cf.attor-
of the most prominent Road and Bride DistrictNo. '
some Special Company, which had the contractfor money for the immediate financing of and Golf Club was. frequently neys in civil cases.
also
of the county, was calls for .the
:growers 1. The petition the work. the project. I I mentioned by the councilmen In ,their The grand jury was drawn as follows .
at this meeting: as follows:
named most practicable route through certain This is the road which runs from The committee Is now working on a discussion of the bulkheadipg propo- r
B. C. Miller, C. H. Funk, J S. Strat- and
sections the committee: and
M. D the city limits of Kissimmee to the plan to secure this money. In this sition and the Initiation of this boule- J. M. Gardner. J. f. Clarkson Ernest i
ton, A. S. Nelson, J. W. Miller, engineer were instructed: that so long where it "to' the vard and bulkhead project by MachJ. L. Beaman L. E.
C. W. Bruns, A. ""D Orange county line, joint connection it was reported private Ming ;
Alexander, and J. L. Over as the route complied with the petition the Orange county road and completes council that Contractor Fitzpatrick, parties, immediately adjoining the Joe Butler;: Roma Thomas -H, )E, WU: ; f

Story, K. McPhcrson: and call, there would be no objection a solid brick highway be- of Savannah, Ga. who recently visited city limits- may have (tho effect of \lie, C. H, Nelson, Q, J> J>;Yl>, J4Qr.

street. from the board. tween this city and Orlando. the city and who will again come spurring the city to action. gan Brown, B 8, Pl yd 4'R, p, Rrig. '

Tho meeting was an enthusiast doubt that It is understood that the slight,i The road is about 2% miles in .. "TT. . T- d __ _. . . . I. . . (fin, M, H Harrison, L, MWi.\ JMt
one and proved beyond will not conflict with tho call 'I
change length and was built by the direct taxation .TTTT"-1 J, .'T, BurekhMttrj' i, B, Owen end,
association it firmly entrenched -
the local in the ranks of the Florida or petition and will that be made a satisfactory,by the com-. arrangement plan under' an assessment of COUNCIL WRESTLES IN BASEBALL PLANS ARE ,'H. C.: LlghtieyRomaiThomus- ," '

seven miles as allowed by a specialact was chosen foreman
Citrus Exchange, of which it is a mittoo and the engineer
of the last session of the legis- and J.'T. Burckhalter clorlj.Tn "I
Enthusiast
ranch organization At_ the meeting of tho board on I OBATORYOVER"JUICE" READY FOR OPENING
of the lature. r has been
-talks were mad. by many Tuesday Clerk Overstrect and Attor- < grand jury busy all .S
members. ( ney Cadel were instructed to According to the figures of Engi- I week considering cases, and hat re*.

Among the speakers was L. A. an advertisement for bids on prepare this neer Ramsay, as approved by the "SHALL WE OR SHALL WE NOT," COMMITTEES NAMED TO PURCHASE turned several Indictments. However. i

,Hamilton, of Toronto, Canada, who road. Bids will be asked both for a Commissioners, the road cost the THE QUESTION WHEN PRIVATE NECESSARY EQUIP- I only two arrests had been mado ,U0 I

:-.spends his winters here and who is a nine foot road with curb and a fifteen county $26,060.88. This amount U CONCERN OFFERS TO MENT AND HAVE GROUNDS, to Thursday. evening and the exact', '
large grower. Mr. Hamilton affiliate'] foot roadwithout curb.. almost 4,000 less than the original )(AKE "OFFER"TO SERVE CITY PUT IN SHAPE-MATERIAL nature of other indictments can"'not'' 'I

as a member of the ass6ciatlon and I estimate of the Commissioners made WITH ELECTRICITY AT LOWER SHAPING UP-PRACTICE GAME Walter Moody, alias Joe Nettle I ; both,, tIl I

pledged his fruit to the Exchange. Mr. from the bid of the Alabama, Paving RATE THAN CITY PLANT. MAY SOON BE ,PLAYED.Plans II colored. were Indicted on:a' statutory,

,Hamilton stated that he believed the A. c. Lt TAMPA SPECIAL company, which, like all paving '. offense. They are.both in jail awaitIng
bids) made by the yard
the greatest means of was square trial.
Exchange maturing .
,
"Shall we or shall we not, that are rapid- I for fife
for paving; lineal foot for curbingand .
bringing the grower a just profit for The petit Jury drawn was as fol"
OFF was the question which caused the opening of the baseball in Kis
; TAKEN SCHEDULE estimated amounts of excavation,, season
liU Investment and labor and that; the lows: Calvin Platt C- E. Brown W. '
council to almost burn the mid. simmee 18th. when
city on May the new
etc. This saving was largely due to
industry in Florida is sure of sue- O. Thomas, T. W. Ellis J. K..HifUari, r
,
night .oil night for (, was Orange Belt League will begin its ,
Tuesday existence
will tho expert ,attention given the''road.: : '
if'the loyally W.'A.'Smith'W. T. Maklnson B,
support
:
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'? growers The "Tampa ,Special, the annual ; '
who has been well past the eleventh hour'when the withclub.. in Bartow. Lakeland
Ramsay
the' Exchange and its efforts to by Engineer ; Dickerson, W. H. Arnold, J. OV Peterson
tourist train of the Atlantic Coast
oratory ceased the momentous Winter Haven and Kla lmme..
distribute. the products of : the engineer for Orango county in upon D. F. Hertzell. T. N- Clark; J.:
properly Line made its last trip in either direction "
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topic of "juice. It is likely that the first of the
building its splendid system of brick game
the F. Tumblin, R. T. Butler, W. J.; Barber
groves last ,for the 1915-16
on Sunday rodas. Hesitate, dear reader, this "juice"was season will be played at some other J
State Senator A. E. Donegan, who T. S. Oliver and J. F. Gcer.The .
It is the custom to this
season. run The actual cost of tho road ac- not of the fluid variety. On the point owing to the fact that the data
the and of J. A, Jr.
Exchange case Itewins
recently joined train the winter vs.
during. to
season ac- other hand it was a very much more here would conflict with tho opening l
cordingto original specifications was
his fruit in the association,, the Southern Colonization Company
placed commodate the tourist travel and to : ,
: fatal sort than .the latter kind. At of the State Trapshooters' Tourna.
$ 5OI4.10. To this is added $287.18for
also and spoke a few v t damages tried and a verdict '
.present was rendered -
was it
discontinue in the Thisis
summer. change in tho specifications of any rate it is more immediate in its ment. The schedule committee has
'words to the members. a for the plaintiff in the'.um of
the train arriving here at 1:51
: the curbing mixture, recommended by death-dealing than the liquid.To not yet announced f.ha schedule, but '
Several others had enthusiastic remarks ::- 2984 69.
south bound, and 2:52: north bound. Engineer Ramsay in order to make end your agony, the council was if the opening date 1s placed in Kis {
to make and the meeting altogether The case of Marion E. Cooley et al
The other made in the
only change talking about electricity. simmee it is the plan to to
the curbing of greater strength, mak- arrange
was a very successful one. schedulo is that of the time of arrivalof vs. William P. Lynch, damages, was
Councilmen W. W- Carson and Eu- transfer the game to some other city.
ing actual cost of tho road, exclu- '
Tomorrow (Saturday) morning the continued for the term on motion of to
train 80, north bound. This train
at'the sive of engineering, $25,301.8. Mr.Ramsay's gene C. Bryan brought to the body a At a meeting of the baseball association -
board of directors will meet the defendant's attorney.The .
which arrived here from
formerly '
percentage of ,$159.05makea query as to whether the council wanted held on Wednesday 'night,
house of the association for case of the Narcoossee farm
packing Tampa at 12:49 is sched-
p. m. now to hear a proposition from J. President J- Wade Tucker appointed
the total coat
grand as
the of organizing and select- up and Townsite Company vs. E. E.: Liv-
purpose uled to arrive at 2:23.
above. Wade Tucker, head of tho Tucker committees to secure the necessary
Ing a secretary and manager for next It was rumored that tho "Short"from given ermore, damages, was continued for
Brick Company. in regard to furnish- equipment and to have the grounds
At the last meeting of the boardit .
J. W. Prentis, who so ably tho term.MAIN
season. Sanford to Lakeland, which con- was decided to collect a penaltyof ing the city with electricity from the put into shape for the season. Only'
v "handled the management of the local nects with the Ft. Myers train for $10 per day for the time coniumed plant, which he plana'to install to op- slight work will make the diamond

association and its packing house Tampa, would be discontinued, but as by the Alabama Paving companyover erate the brick factory. It was the as good as any in the circuit. Financial STREET PAVING
the past season, will\ undoubtedly -
during this train has proved very popular and above the contract time and statement of these councilmen that I arrangements are almost complete .
'
be re-elected to that postiion.His with the public, it is likely that it extension granted. This amounted to !Mr Tucker wanted to prepare the and the campaign committee ,
IS NOW
efforts during the post year have BEING LAIDActual
will be continued.'OVERSTREET.
already been endorsed by the growers ; 52 days, or $520. Mr. Gillespie ap- figures showing how the city could i I reported a loyal response on the partof
peared before the board end asked save $6,000 or $6,000 annually pro- < the business men and baseball fans
it is assured that
'"ho will and be chosen practically unanimoucly for thepositiom that this penalty be not charged, ex- viding the council wanted to enter- | in general. It is thought that there. laying of brick on Main '
WANTS plaining that the delay was not due to tain the proposition, but that he did will be little trouble in getting the street from Oak street to the city

any element in control of his com- not care to go to the trouble of so do- : necessary funds. limits, was begun this week by the _,

A NEW CITY JAIL pany. He also explained that the ing unless he knew the council would Manager Clyde Pound ,is at work I Alabama Paving Brick Company,

CITY COUNCIL VOTES .. work was taken at such low figure listen to the plan! with a receptive { with the material for too team and I II which has the contract for this work. .

that his company really lost moneyon mind. believes that a good aggregation can The curbing has been completed for }J
City Marshall\ Overstreet wants a r the contract. Considering the Counclimen Thomas and Thompson, I be rounded out for the season. Plans I. some time and the paving companywas

BAND $40 PER MONTHBecause new city jail. I general excellence of the work and whilo willing to listen to the plan are now being made to play a practicb I only awaiting the completion of

lie wants it so much that he, talks the plea made by Mr. Gillespie, the stated that they would oppose it although game with the Orlando team next the concrete walls on the bridge> .

of the splendid service given about it in his sleep.In I board decided io rescind its former they are willing to submit it : Thursday afternoon, and as the half across the city ditch As this bridgeis ;

-: the city during the past winter in fact at the meeting of the city action and the penalty charge was to a'vote of the people, which was the holiday season has now been begun a almost completed, except for the d{
council Tuesday night, he mentionedthe attendance will\ watch placing of the Umbers work be-
the way of concerts, tho Kissimmee not collected. id3a submitted by Councilmen Car- i large likely the was f
proposition to the councilmen at the occasion of their first laying brick at the limits '
Concert Band was highly praised by Clerk Overstreet was instructed to son and Bryan. boys on ap gun city
the city council at its meeting Tuesday every opportunity. No action was taken mako final payment of the amount The plan as roughly outlined with- ,pearance. and the crew will work toward the ,'
by the council, but the matter was out any definite figures was that of bridge while the timbers are being t
evening and a motion prevailedby due the paving company and the last I
given considerable attention. The brick closing down the municipal plant and placed. When the timbers are placed \
a unanimous vote to plaoe the transaction of the first road
band on the city pay roll from the present city jail is not in use, owingto built by the county was completed buying current from tho Tucker i FIRE DESTROYS SMALL work will be started on the remainder J(

fund at $40 month. its condition. and the quarters now Company to be sold to the consumers of the road. It is ,expected that the i
publicity ger being used by the city in the county road will be within' the ;;.1
over the city's present wire system. RESIDENCE PROPERTY completed
This amount will be paid the band, I
according to the motion, just as long jail may soon be lequired for the use MISS WELLS TO GIVE The water plant would under;; this next two or three weeks- I
of the
county. .
plan operated by motor furnished
it continues to give good service
as Steps must betaken either to The residence belong! gto R. P.
soon CANNING EXHIBITION with' power from the same source. :
repair the old j jail or to build a new The city plant would be kept in Gilpin, in North, Kissinunbo: near Vine HIGH' GHOOlTEAMTO :

MOOSE WILL .HOLD one and Marshal Over-street just condition under this plan, so that in street; was totally destroyed by fire ;

won't be satisfied until there is a new Miss Albiaa Smith, the recently ap the event of any trouble it could be I' Sunday morning about nine o'clock.: PLAY ST. CLOUD CLUB '

': MEMORIAL SERVICES bastile. pointed canning club agent for Osceola used- i The family was not at home at the ,

Senator county is already enthusiastically But why go further with the planTIt I time the fire was discovered and The Osceola High School baseball
Arthur E. Mc- '
,' .> _____ Caughen, Edgar Kata Donegan and Eugene, Cal C. it work among the girls of the.canning was abandoned, when no vote was while,I thefi e laddies responded, Immediately team will meet the team of the ,St. It

",' ,Kissimmee Lodge, No. 1486, Loyal Bryan motored to Ocoee to club and is doing a great service and when ,Councilman Carsonstate to the call it was impossible Cloud High school on Monday after

, ;Order; of,}100M, will hold annual me- attend a fish fry and political Thursday meet- to them, and! to' the\county. that he would report the feeling to'eave mote than A part of the noon at the'local ball park.' '

. -mortal (services sf the Graystone in- She announces that Miss :Mae L. of the council to Mr. Tucker, who furniture, as the house was out of The game wilt be called at 3:30 and .

Theatre Sunday afternoon, May 7th, Wejls., Extension Field Instructor, he did not believe would ,care to'make reach of city water. The conflagration promise to ,bo, a, hard fought, con*. '

tSp.m. Mr. 3. P. Welcker,.treasurer of the will I.be.here May 8, 9 and 10, and willglvea the propositionunless the council' was. thought to'have been'eausedby test as both teams have,shown. con.siderable ....

Rev- A. M. ChUholm, .of the Christian Seminole Land A investment* company
church, :will presih! the-memorial of Washington, D. C, was in Following places:. 'Center Park,' Mon 1 1 <" I, \ carried." ."1'"' this'season. .: i,-- '' "' \,, ". .. _',
'; aermon. 'All''members: of t lodge the city last week en route,..to', St. lay a.., m.; Shtnffe Creek ,Tuesday, a- Mrs. D. C;;;' Wb..Ter spent Friday .' : The public in generali.'urged- : ''i to',( ' .

: are urged'to be present an'd/the 'pub: Clod: on'hi'.. ,regufar, fish. of inspection nn.;and Kissimmee Wednesday a.i"'l; In PIn. Cl.tls, 'visiting his ,f nurfneD _Tred Bass spent Tuesday, :s,Whittier attend es1.thliwill. 'likely be the last\ ., h

'ale in general l.Ie: Cordially, :'invitofl.rft .- :. tf.the: Court! House I ..,, 1 ", app ranee 'of the team this season., .,

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FACE 2.1 THE K.ISSIMMEE VALLLT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MAY SIif'

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The Kissimmee' Valley Gazette doing sd until l the 'proposition of National Commit "Considering these. facts does ,Schwab and the 00. 000. tOO 0000 000-000 to 0000 00 0-000 0000 0-000. ..... 00 O. 1

teeman Crawford. give everybody a chance to I Bethlehem' Steel Co.. one of j :r4

run by using special return sheet and having the land which has been busily. 1 'SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE ";
'........... 1C".r Fri..,.. .,. inspector count the vote for delegate before counting past few weeks in sending letters to ,;
e rae. I. van''aT G.uUe Bmt"..... KI...___ R4. '
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the vote for any other office desire the defeat of Senator Bryan AND '()SCE LA- COUNTYSenator !
---: :- influence be used I
W. B. HARRIS AMU R..O. VANS' AQMRW, .Owner.. : cannot to again !

; .. FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICS before the Senate? .. ... ... ... .. .
I I H. M. NAl'OI.Sn, Kdltar. Mfmmftr .HH, ..-- "" "" . . . y, . - - - - - - - - .
"For time The 1" ;t'
Journal has
--:- some ,
............. I,n...., ascertain what Senator Arthur E.. I iDonegan, of the :Moard of Trade of KIIIIIIIU::>1 .iJl
O.. Copy,.On* Year _....._....-..._..I-_:;.__ 1}50 The most ,convincing evidence that friendship oring to interest /nee, while> visitor (In AP9PkaI rie woilong: for the holding of a Cat ,
r One Copy, Alt: MonU ............._....,.. 1.00 Pennsylvania and other far' iKiasihS( .
"... Copy. Three Mouth. _..,._,-........,-.,---. .71 meant something in this world of insincerity and have in the defeat of Senator I Friday'} .called: '' at the News office. tie Tick. Eradication Convention ]in :
..... '-'" deceit very aptly illustrated in the following editorial American'Citizen (Senator Donegan is a candidate for that city June 8th.-Florida Grower .'
All communication, except from our authorl. dorrtspondvnta from the typewriter (pen it now obsolete) newspaper re-electoin to the office of State Senator -+- '
must be aliened by (,t>* writer. ed in the Republican state of !
of our good friend Gilbert Leach editor of the I from this district which he has The" Board of Trade of KI18ImPet
Rejected matter will not b* returned unless called ues itt bitter attacks on Senator Bry ?
for. Leeiburg Commercial. Leach writes as follows: already ably served for one term.- has appointed a committee to ap.
Col. Adrian P. Jordan editor of the Punt. declares it will accomplish his defeat.Can Apopka News. pear before the City Council of that
(Ent..*.." In the Potoffloa In Kl..lmme, Florida, Herald former and there be a connection I
Leesburg deserving immediate
second-claps matter.) man a place and urge action on, ,
a. -+-
gentleman is a candidate for the office which) Hon.H. millions 'and the American Citizen We congratulate Osceola county on the bulkheading of the water frort ';

FRIDAY,' MAY 5; 1916.f Clay Crawford has held for three decades Sec- that this is one of the methods of carrying her $250,000 ooa road on Lake Tohopegallga.-Florida
.I, J I Steel Company, to rid the Senate_
retary of State. I Grower. 1
Starke ,
- -- bonds; also our sister city on :
f "' Follow L. A. Hamilton's lead. "As a brother editor we might be expected to ,posed to the armor i plate trust? ,deciding on asphalt for her 'streets. i -+- ." "I

do everything pOlllible 'for Col. Jordan even if hit Senator Benj. R. Tillman. a man We lode several miles,of Lake's "Vel F E. Nauglo, editor of the Kis- 'p,,, ,
-: :- affiliation with the Florida Press Association dates ) out the nalion as a true friend of vet Way" (asphalt) last week and we simmee Valley Gazette, paid the Ap.. "
Bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga and" build a boule; back only to Thursday of last Week. it will be an everlasting disgrace congratulate Lake county. Now let's I opka News office a friendly visit Fri. ?1

:: card.l I "But there comes in between a real friendship Schwab's millions defeat Bryan. get busy in Bradford bond and lay day. The Gazette is one of the newqsiestand "
--- : :- that overshadows the brotherhood of craft. Will to letter recently mailed
; jrcfply I a asphalt roads,Raiford Tribune.. most ably edited papers in j\,
"Politics is politics" and "pigs is pigs",. and thatWe've Crawford now of Kissimmee but formerly of Pen- : mation regarding Senator Bryan't I, Florida, and it was a real pleasure to '

l t is about all you can make out of either. sacola a son of the present Secretary of State it activities of the Bethlehem Steel We are glad to note ,thnt Senator meet the man who gives it personal,

1 -:!.... one of the closest! friends the editor of the Commercial follows: II' Arthur E. Donegan. of Kissimmee ity and power.-Apopka News. I.i:

always refused to be a candidate for pub. i has upon this earth. Will and all the Crawford Washington. has announced his candidacy to suc- .t

lic office for fear we would learn something about family take the greatest pride in the splendid record'Editor Pensacola Journal. Pensacola ceed himself as State Senator from The Kissjmmco Valley Gazette In \
ourself that we didn't know. their fine old father has made in the office he has'I "My Dear Sir--I I have your letter the 'Nineteenth Senatorial district.: its issue of last week devoted consid- 'w

I graced) for so many year It will soon be time for I I and have read it with great interest. lie rtainly deserves (o, be returned Arabic spate to a complete report of *
I+ With the bulkhead proposition I already started him to retire from active work and it is their desire hem Steel Co., owned mostly by t lto the Senate without opposition and I II the State Press Association meeting ;!

t by private parties and the Tucker Brick Company that he retire voluntarily as befits one who has I conducting a systematic campaign to no doubt will be; Hjs past record i there on April 13, 14 and 15. It is 'J y,
given the better part of his life to one line of work the House from the j |I the beat that has .
,i plant in the process of erection, the wave of prospenty passing and services aTe appreciated, not only report yet appeared
seems to have struck Kissimmee. an has made of it a complete success. I Sehwa '1I millions are being used to in his own district 'but in all of'' in vonncction with the convention. ./

:- "When Mr. Crawford leaves that office, we believe or influence them. AND DONT South Florida and we hope to be able :, Another proof) that Earle Naugle is *;

i The politician who makes a famous speech that that it should be given to a young man who THAT HE IS ALSO TRYING I Ito vote for Senator Doncgan in 1920 i uluays on the job.-Jacksonville Metropolis :!. i

1 r rings around the world becomes a great man and can carry its work for many years. It is one of I THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR 'THE for Governor of the whole of Dorida f' */fl

breaks into history. But the farmer who raises the the positions that need strong men and it takes a THE ARMOR PLANT BILL -Melbourne. Times. --<0>- ..:

biggest potato and finest crop of strawberries is a while to educate one. Brother Jordan has been. Senator Bryan voted in corn-nit _i.j.- lion. Arthur I E. Donagan of Kis- i"
pure food inspector for several years he has a good I and aided in Arthur' from simmee, candidate for Senator, was %
t boon to humanity and history never hears of him. me materially getting I I Senator Doncg-n; ,
newspaper plant to which he has recently ,returned committee. I WOULD' HATE railed in in town Saturday evening and made ?i*
+ And yet we claim to be a just and impartial people. '"down Kissimmee way, on ,
-; :- and we do not feel that we are doing him an injustice BEATEN BY SCHWAB MONEY us the other day and hit announcement :> us a ('all. Unfortunately we happen Tf:'

Arcadia in expressing the hope and the confidence crats of Florida want an horest, for the State Senate appears in ;, ed to l he out and did jot? have the :ij
The Enterprise, true to its name, cele.
of its fulfillment that Hon. H. Clay Crawford will )pleaKurt of meeting him. Those of }
frank and unpurchasable m n in I this paper. I 'i ,
brated the State Horticultural\ in that city
v meeting continue to grace the office of Secretary of State'of j our business men Who know him '
think Senator Bryan fills the bill. Donegan is a good story teller and
last week with a 32-page special Civic League ed I Itt' ,
,- ition, which was largely edited by the good women Florida. . I I I. of course don't want to have I generally there is a moral attached. speak of him in the highest terms.
. He told us of a chap who frankly Informed When we say that lions. G. J. Stro- vl
of that city. The paper was well illustrated and of "butt ng in" in Florida politics. I ,,
HOW OUR REAbERS CAN HELP. him during I is former ; Tier an A. II. Newton speak highly of ,
a credit to Editor Carter and his co-workers. about:: the merits of those who are can-t
: : -- :-- I but I don't believe Florida has I that "he wouldn't vote for him Mr. Doiugun: theie's 'nuff snidWintt.r ."- ..

You, who readers of the Valley Gazelle scat- loyal his because he didn't like hi m." (Garden limes. :{
k t The Gainesville Sun thus expresses the sentiments are a rro-e man to opinions or I
tered in all of Osceola know what its than I Ii \Vell," said the S-nator, "the next) -+- i",
of thousands of voters throughout Florida : parts county our man to people Bryan. I '
I efforts have been to boost Osceola first last I run I will have you so trained 1 1I .lE\r] ( IS hlSMMMEE t tll.ocuted
r\ "Senator Nathalt P. Bryan is reported to be steadily county i IF BRYAN IS DEFEATED
I 'gaining votes in his, candidacy for re-election to i and all the time. MONEY IT WILL BE A DISGRACE I| you will like me well enough to vote I ''.''..1

y the United States Senate. Nat Bryan is one of the J I The Valley Gazette has long been your paper as Very sincerely I for me-r-and' he's going to do that I on the holder line of a vast 4'\

ablest men in Florida and be has the courage to .|well as ours. It has come to you each week relating -I B. R. thing now," said Donegal, "and there i Inca of excellent cattle country is the &.

stand up for Democratic principles," I Ir | the happenings that concern you and the i It H known the American Citizen others.-Orange County Citizen 'thriving city of Kissimmee, the coun ,t'I
? <' -: :- people who live in the same county as you. We -Y ty neat of Oxceola Those who
r Phi'ac'elphia, is endeavoring to county :{
I Loss in the w ': ht'of the cattle I
Kissimmee and Osceola county may have a close believe that you approve of our efforts, else you the- ill connection between this knew Kissimmee as it was ten yearsnfro +t
e a .
interest in the management of the coming national {would not continue on our list of subscribers year |I Schwab and the Bethlehem Steel I' roam the prairies each yearfrom and who go there today scarcely \
the of the cattle tick, is i
political campaign. This is due to the fact that it ''in and year out. candidate for United Slates Senator: ravages I recognize the place so extensive ha\eT- a
1 is more than likely that' Fred B. Lynch national I I If you do believe in us and our work for Osceola by the cattlemen of Os- been the improvements. There f
j .are "
committeeman" of the Democratic party from Minnesota (J I county you can help in a little plan we want to : : -- ceola county at .100,000, and thus wide brick-paved! streets the main j't
LET'S GET RID OF THE low estimate. This being
a
,may be chosen to succeed William F. Mc- suggest. I' very Ith"roughfare. Broadway being exceedingly _
Combs as chairman of the National Democratic | You are about to elect a .new board of county : t.rue. the loss to culllernent in St. wide and boasting of a ;
1 When the "Tick Eradication Lucie county through; this source
Committee. Mr. Lynch is president of the Southern commissioners. park plot running its entire length \
r. t Colonization company which owns large tracts }f i You want the best men for office and so do we. I in Kissimmee on June 8th. as is now be about 200000. Osceola dividing the thoroughfare into two i
land in Osceola county and has many friends here. Don't you think that the men who are seeking 1 the auspices of the Board of 11'j county is to have a meeting on June boulevards. Kissimmee boasts of
honed that cattle raiser in known as "Tick Eradication 1
be asked whether favor
-: :- I' election ought to they giv- I every many very pretty homes; winter
Give us a few more men like L. A. Hamilton and ing*the official printing to a newspaper of general will be present., Day"the and cattle invites every ouc interested idents are beginning to flock there rea"I 4 I
industry in the state to
1 ,Colonel Harry A. Hunter and Kissimmee will.soon circulation in every section of the county or to the Not ohly should every stockman at her attracted by the beauty of the location ,
seat Kis
present county ,
be recognized a* the most progressive city in FlorI' "press agent organ"of a private land company he should 'come determined to do his where on the shores of Lake,Tohopeka- :s''

', ida. :They have launched the bulkhead proposition whose first and foremost duty .is to boost, the interests the "cattle tick" from Osceola simmee. This meeting the meeting should be will well,be liga. The city boasts of an excellent ''li

and their boulevard will soon be a reality. The of that company? the date a* a whole. Dr. E. M. and the work ot country club and golf course which 't
eradicating
city i i. now sure to follow in their footsteps and the Do you ever see a copy of the "land company Federal Bureau of Animal Industry, cattle tick add'd are' valuable Assets\ from the stand- j :
Valley Gazette' dream of a driveway along the organ"? Does your neighbor? If you live in any address the stockraisers and he is given impetus.Editor ]point of the visitor. Commercially I ,

lakefront from the city to Shingle Creek and along section of the county outside of St. Cloud your. to explain to diem. the urgent need Triplett-+of- the St. Cloud Kissimmee's, main sources of revfTiJhN ;:

the banks of that pretty stream to the county road answer to these questions will be negative. action is credit for are the fishing industry and the surrounding '.
getting
chang-
I
t ,i i. no longer in the realm of possibility. It is now Legal notices printed by the county board of 1{ The campaign to eradicate the tick ing the Republicans at St. Cloud to agricultural wealth. It I is
{ with almost all the "ifs" removed. commissioners are printed as required by law so jis an important ','i
a probability I rapidly spreading and at a meeting No doubt Editor Trip- trading center the commercc !.;,
-: :- j that the taxpayers and citizens may know what sonville. Florida on April 25 1916 influence has been toward this of all the oountry from Lake H'

Oscar T. Conklin, the new president of the Florida the law says they should know. It the law complied to be known a* the "Florida Cattle but we father suspect! that the Okeechobee on up the Kissimrnee- t'

.1 Press Association, has proven his ,worthiness by wjth to its fullest extent if those notices are tion Committee of the Southern I change of policy had already taken Valley coming to this central source ;,, ;!

4lis first official act. He has named Gilbert D, j printed in'a "land company organ"which has no velopment Organization" fully I', place or was in the process of form- of supply and distribution. The business

Leach, editor of the Leesburg Commercial as cor- circulation in a major portion of the county? The committee is composed of-J. when Editor Triplett] appeared on men of Kissimrnee are progress- r It

1 > re.ponding'.ecretary of the organnatoin. Leach I I The Gazette comes to you every week. You look Chairman; J. E. Ingraham. Vice ; s 'ene. The veterans of St. Cloud lye and. are acccustomed to doing big \.:,
.
is the man the job needed. The office was designed J I in its columns for the official election notices, etc., IG. Cummer, Treasurer; W. F. not dense. They readily saw that :I thing m a big way. 1.is only I w1t h.,'

f and created for the purpose of affording the publishers ,sprinted I on the order of your county board of com tary; Clement S. Uucker and Robert could not exert any considerable in tie last few months that the city tJ

of the state a sort of clearing house for in- I"missioners. You rarely if ever see the "land com- ,I I I the last named being vice-presidents I in the political affairs of j I I has been connected with OrHndo by .t

formation. It is proposed to establish on perma- I pany organ I ern Settlement and Development I county if they registered as a splendid brick highway which is ;{.\
'
nent advertising rates and circulation statements of Even now if the commissioners wish some notice L. Sutherland of Jacksonville has Republicans and attempted to main- .'I part. of the ..main line between Jack ,' ;
;, to be read by the citizens and taxpayers of all 'I' sonville and 9l
all the papers of Florida so that there may be a manager and offices have been a separate party orgonization. Tampa which main tip:
I the county it ill to print that notice not i Isohdated I'I 'highway jg to be
better understanding of the conditions with regard necessary building. i. even tried this, and found that. continued thus cornw; ;
( to this very important industry, to the end that the I only in the "land company organ" to comply with !I In addition to the gentlemen above didn't count for much. So they :I Ipleting the missing link between Kis- 4r ti

1 welfare of those engaged in in newspaper enterprises their official action, but also in the columns of the were present at this meeting Dr. E. right-about. and registered as I I I simmee and Lakeland. Kissimmee '\\1 j J J'I
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I
be advanced and benefited. Valley G zette. This ill added expense that would the Federal Bureau of Animal will also have the of
advantage
may I I Ian Now, they are more to 'I a ({+; 1
-: :- not be necessary, if the Gazette were designated as charge of Tick Eradication in I feared than before; if they were paved road direct to Melbourne over !
|
The Palatka Times-Herald has used the short the official newspaper for all such notices. ida. Prof. 'P. J. Rolfs and Dr. J. M. feared before, because they can I on the East Coast. w-l_ '

I ,and ugly word all to no purpose. The Times- Ask the candidates for county commissioner I| University of Florida and Dr. participate in the Democratic pri Another and very important element st '

Herald says: "An Osceola county man claims to 1 from your district how they stand on this proposition. of the Florida State Board of whereas before they were de- I in the growth and development .I

have raised eight thousand quarts of strawberries Tell them how you feel about it. We be- purpose of the committee to at once from so doing. As-an individ- of Kissimmee is the good work of its t
this season. He ill either far- lieve that if you do so the next board of county active state-wide campaign of I ;t
on an acre an expert I force within the\ party they are newspaper the Kissimmee Valley Gu't' I
commissioners will the wisdom of choosing the :
see I
liar. has and
t mer or a professional Somebody misinformed cation in cattle tickeradication. formidable than they were as lette the pioneer paper of Osceola .;' :
the Times-Herald. Clark Howell. the "real county newspaper" their offcial spokesman aid and assistance as far as possible organized force outside.-Orlando county. In the old days W.-B. Harris
strawberry grower north of this city, did raise well for any and all public notices, instead of ap- ization and individual in the State of r. 1 I and Sam Triplett burned the k\\ p
\ over 10.000 quarts on less than three acres of land portioning a large part of the printing to the is interested in a bigger and better night oil and finally the board mid.'i of ,
,
farmer. The of the "organ of a private-land,, company", which\ is not Federal rt'f' I
and he is an expert rest title warm co-operation of the While in Kissimmee at the State 1 I county commission of Osceola]
can be given to the party who gave the Times- looking after your interests but those of its own- Agriculture; the State Department of ; Association meeting we could county decided to subscribe for sev- '\i' t
Herald its information. ers. the State Agricultural College the eral hundred .
; help but admire the beautiful copies of the newspaper 4r( ,
-.- Health. and the Florida Live Stock 'll and park that our sister city these papers to be mailed regularly !. {.
s Before the opportunity is gone the Valley Gazette ARE INTERESTS FIGHTING BRYAN have already been secured and Some 32 years agd Kissimmee to points outside the state. Right 11 I j';

wishes once more to remind the people of *- cently adopted by the State just such a place as is Okeecho- then attention began to be focused ;a' 'I t
f. Kissimmee and its readers in other parts of Florida No less a personage than Senator Benjamin R. at Daytona and by the Staet Press today. Some farseeing person or on Osceola county and since that

and in other states that we are proud of our I Tillman the belligerent old warhorse of Democracyfrom Kissimmee offering definite then went to work and time there. has been a steady advance s ,
schools. The work accomplished by Prof R. M. South Carolina intimates that Charles M. posed campaign and characterizing the trees along her streets in population and wealth. Editor

Evans and his corps of teachers during the school I Schwab, head of the armor plate trust is back of cipal business issue before the people platted out her beautiful park. Triplett is now tics owner and chief .s, ,.

year which comes to a close today adds more the movement to defeat Senator Nathan P. Bryanof Manager Sutherland is now there were many to laugh mogul of he St. Cloud Tribune and j';

. ]aures to their crowns. The various events of the. Florida for reelection.The ing a plan of campaign 'for ; who thought labor of this kind it is a credit to the Osceola commissioners "
; closing program of the schools show to those who I II publication of Senator Tillrnan's letter by the ecutive committee at its next foolishness,'--many who deemed that they have continued to \

I have not given their attention heretofore that Kis- Pensacola Journal this week has created a political be held early in the month of May. S a waste of time and money but adopt the county newspapers as prop., 1
simmee is fortunate in being able to retain at the sensation in Florida and added a new light to per and intention of the committee to -as one walks beneath the grate- er avenues of publicity. Both the Ga- ,

head of her schools such a man as Prof. Evans tain happenings in the campaign against Senator vice possible in the preparation of shade of these towering oaks and ette and Tribune are now being received s

and the splendid array of teaching talent with which Bryan. The Journal article which has already when these plans are finally agreed on the beauty of their foliage- weekly In hundred of hime I .i

be ha surrounded himself. been widely copied throughout the state, reads at the work with the utmost vigor. ', mind gets just a bit covetous throughout the North and West JI t

-: :- follows: has already been assured by those in on.'* own town to have these where the story of Florida's growth- v,
:q The plan suggested by C. A. Carson of Kissim- "It Chat. M. Schwab head of the armor plate know that the methods thus far JCjasimmee is a beautiful little and what the state has to offer are ',
}
,. nee. to settle the question of Florida representation trust which annually collects millions from the I pleting its organization by far and 'what made it one is that told In striking form and much mod; :

*. in the .National Democratic Convention in St. Louis, American government, using hit vast wealth to defeat ive and far-reaching of any pioneer had the foresight to authoritatively and 'effectively'than !;;,
. t, It meeting with approval throughout the state. Senator Nathan P. Bryan in Florida? heretofore, undertaken in the tree along its streets yean In any other way. ,/ tl
h Speaking of .the plan which would select the delegates Senator Bryan aided Senator Benj. R. Tillman. Dr. Nichbert will undoubtedly be Every street in Okeechobee With all these '-r.I!'" 'o
.. by lot if all die candidate will so agree the ;of South Carolina in passing through the Senate meeting 'here to outline the plan for ,have trees planted along its tlon, advantages si of loc.1- II I"

Jacksonville Metropolis says 1' "C. A. Carson of :committee on naval affairs a bill for the establishment movement and'we hope to be able *, there is plenty of curb progressive
,'tt' Kissimmee, offer the solution to.the possibility of of, a government armor plate plant which, fact 'that die Osceola county and also there should be gray Population the people composing is- ""

'' Florida not being represented in.St. Louis during will if it now goes through the House stop one gressive: enough to approve not on1 alone the curb. between the 'development1 continued 1 expansionand -.,:

,c the. Democratic con'YeDtioD.7' "We, had thought of source of, Schwab's revenue The bill patted. the county ,eradication, but, for -* tree*, and sidewalk. Now i. the and : ,of XUsimmee, StCloud }! ..
all'otQsceola'countyare', ;
r V. .., ::1U fg* ting,,the! fiery ame'jbing,,but_ refrained from naval committee by .a narrow ,margin. a* weft: "t":<'I.. ..: 1J /, to begfa-Okeechobee CalL i uaurLt.':Augustine Record. ;, t
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MUNCE IVEY BLEEDS MRS., KOCHENDERFER, DIES. COUNCIL REFUSES TO I gated Iron structure on. the vacant lot' :;
on Darlington avenue adjoining the
St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS Mrs Margaret Kochendorfer died and between the railroad 1

'. TO' DEATH AT HOMEMunce last Saturday morning at 5 o'clock, ALLOW PLANT BUILT land' the Nelson Realty Company's office -
;I after long illness. The funeral was i building. The council approvedhis
-
: AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER.CITY" FRQM OUR OW.N Ivey, aged about 34 held Sunday afternoon, at the residence It developed the meeting of the! ,action because the proposed locaI .,
years at S o'clock and the intermentwas I hlon'ls within the 'city fire. limits.
. "" "'i.:" SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT ,blod to death at his home in the edge In Rosehill cemetery. Rev. W B. city council Tuesday ,night that the ,The.: packing house will either have to

II of Polk county about six miles north. Witherspoon pastor of,the Presbyterian Klseimmee Citrus Growers' Association \lbe a brick or concrete ;structure, or +

east of Loufhman Sunday after church being assisted by.Rev."A. 'the I local I branch of, the Florida the location will 'have
\. Mr and Mrs. G. F. Smith and Mrs. The Epworth League of the M- E. ( necessarily to-
/' ? M.: ChIsholm. T Citrus Exchange\ ,, Is. planning the be changed- 1
Thaodore Deschner left ,Tuesday church will hold its regular month. noon.Mr
.... i
) Ivey, with his Tho; and the
was playing attendance was. large,
.
,..' morning to spend the summer at their ly business, meeting Friday evening erection of a packing house before r
three children on Un bed, in his home floral offerings were exquisite and The farmers in Lee t'planning
northern home in Iowa.: j jat the parsonage. ? > the opening of the next' season. It is county are
d II when In some manner he rup.tured a profuse. will be taken,*up by the board of di- to put out considerable
Mr. and Mrs. John Fry, who have ] Frank Daniels, of Oklahoma, blood vessel in his throat and blood Mrs Kochendtrfer was a devout in Natal
grass'thls spring.
> )>een spending the winter here left and sister, Mrs- Nora Darby of Hud not at all unlikely that this matter acreage '
gushed from his' mouth. A physician and loyal member of heir church and rectors of 'association t.he'meet- j ..
'Thursday morning to spend the summer ''son Michigan: who same, here a few was called from Lou hman and aftaf; was for a long time the efficient secretary Jtho at '
.
at St, Petersburg. I weeks ago to be' at the bedside of I I some effort stopped tha flow of blood. of the Ladies' Aid Sodet She ing of that body to be held tomor CHICHESTER PitLsrcS

Born to Mr- and Mrs. Samuel I their fathre.. Mr. A- B. Daniels\ leftSaturday The physician left after giving this was a' woman of excetional intelligence row.The I' "*".,* t1
matter before : : =-/s::CIA .ti
-. Brammar Friday April 28th- a boy. j I evening for their respective I(temporary relief in order to return' to and equanimity. Her friends camo the council I'"''.. .'.. ..* "-...4.n...
Mr. and Mrs. Barber Mr. and Mrs. j homes. Mr., Daniels, we are glad to Loughman and secure other; ,medi. included tho whole" circle of her ac when Councilman Howell Bass, who I IK..M. ='=..::'.al..r11dd..f:: .r
is chairman ,of the It' 7_ .,... 'JIt.... ...
committee __
+, note is much Improved and on the building 'JI A. ( .
cines. He Tw
Mrs. instructions
Mrs. left
II. Coble, Mrs. Harris : that Mr. qualntance.. I L IAli<>NS> MHANB f HMM M t
I ; that he had .. ... .. .
Lottie road to recovery. [ reported refused a M ow IKM. -*l-r t50LO
Fleda and be
Goodrich, Misses Ivey was to kept quiet until his re. Margaret Eva Hahn wan born in I
Doolittle, Evadna Harris Mittle May. The Ladies' Improvement Club met turn. The physician had gone probably Germany, ,March 10, 1842,' and. wasmarried permit for the ?erection.. of a ..corru-,,. .BY.DRUGGISTS EVERYtWCRfi
Ella McAllister: Ella Bleech and in their hall, Florida avenue and 'i half a milo( when blood began to i iI to John Kochendorfer July:

.' Messrs. Roy Van Dcnberg, Harry Tenth street, on Wednesday afternoon -. flow from Mr. Ivoy's mouth. again. He 4, '1867, There were born to them'

v' Todd and Floyd Mosher motored to May' 3rd. Tho meeting was I was dead before the, physician could one son and two daughters-John,
Wekiwa Springs on Sunday. called.to order by the president, Mrs- I be called back. Funeral cervices wero I II Lillio and Clara. I

Mrs. Charles Bush and daughter C. K. Hendrix. After the business held Monday at the homo and the They came from Pittsburg Pa., to

Grace, who have been spending the session] Mrs., Ethel Thompson, Mrs. I I body was buried in Shingle Creek. Kissimmee, in October, 181. I Women Folks Are
winter here left Wednesday morning Mathews and Miss Edith Williams cemetery. He leaves a widow and They were brought up in the Lu-
favored with recitations after three child pen. theran and received Into
; for, their home at Crescent, Iowa. church were
,../ Mr.- and Mrs. C. HHadley, who which club adjourned to meet againin Mr. Ivey was well known, In Kissinunee the fellowship' the First Presbyterian
have spent the past two years in our two weeks.. and Osceola county and church! of Klssimmee, April*

city, left Tuesday for Milwaukee G. W. Hart, who has been spending leaves many friends-to Join the family 24, 1892 during the pastoral administration Talking About Us !
Wls. the winter here left Tuesday in mourning. Ills death. of Rev, L. M. Stevens, D. D.,

Kissimmee morning for his home in West Unity; u now residing at EuiUs, Florida, on
Lynn Daugherty was a
4 Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, certificate from the United Presbyterian
last.
visitor Saturday
on Ohio.Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent and daughter, J. J. Will., who has passed a collar galls heal up quickly when church of Wilkinoburg, Pa.
lett BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is Of the family Clara alone survives .M
pleasant winter in our midst on
Annie, who have their home here- left
Tuesday morning for her home in aplied. It is both healing and antiaetie. and is now Mrs.. William M. Hutson ,
the
to spend
Monday morning sum II
mer in Southern Kansas. Kentucky.Dr. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per of St., Auguotine, Florida. OUR NEW STYLE
bottle. Sold by the Osceola Pharma.-
: S. A. Johnson of Topeka, Kas,
J. M. Anderson was in Kissimmee cy.-Adv. CARD OF THANKS.I v
attending court last week. I was the guest last week of his son

Mrs. Nellie Chase Mondayin I and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl "WET WASH"
SYSTEM
spent Schofield.Mr. IMPORTANT TO MUSICIANS.The wish to thank most heartily the
Orlando on business. I ,many friends who showed their
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Dye, who have I, and Mrs. Albert Dunlap and National Federation of Musi- many friends who showed their friendship ,

their winter home.here, left Wednesday Mr. Roney left Thursday morning cal Clubs announces its second bien- by their deeds during the illness IS A SENSATION .
morning for Monmouth, Iowa. (I,'I last for Columbus, O. nial contest for young professional and death of my loving sister, Dalma.
I
Mr. and Mrs. John Summerville, Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Fry left on musicians The contest for Florida The residence belonging to R. P.

Mrs. and Miss Roberts left Wednes- i|I Tuesday for New Haven, W. Va., but will be held in November and to bring {I less a burden by their kind sympa- '
day for Asheville, N. C., where theywill expect to return next winter. the work to its highest possible value I thy and expressions of condolence.To Just as fast as the women learn of our

\ spend some time before returning It must be representative, not of a'' them I pray the blessings of an plan they become converts to the modern

to their home at River Forest 500 PARTY. few large clubs (but of every club and I All--Wise Providence, who does al way to relieve themselves of the bane' of

Illinois. musical in the state. To the j things for the best. s
Mrs. Josh Ferguson, of New York person
Mrs. Fred Kenney and two children winners in the final contest will be JACKIE GRAHAM.MUSTANG. their existence-THE WEEK'S WASH.
:avenue! entertained four tables at 500
left Tuesday morning to spend given a public appearance at the L .".
the summer with her parents at Tay- I Tuesday afternoon. Those present Tenth! Biennial Festival held in Birmingham -

lomville, III. were-Mrs. Edd George, Mrs. C. .E.Calsorv Ala., April, 1917. Lists of Let Us Explain it to You.WE
.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lathrope
Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster, Mrs. piano, violin and vocal compositions
..started evening to spend the I
d Tuesday
Y- Charles Ryan, Mrs. G. II. Clark, Mrs. I from which choice may be made by f
N.
summer' at Bliss, contestants, also conditions of contest For Sprains, Lameness ====== ARE ALSO =====
Rev. J, B. Westcott and John M. S. W- Porter, Mrs. Labor Farris, Mrs.
ol may be obtained from the stateresident
Anderson left Tuesday morning for Severn, MrsP.. E. Morgan. Mrs. I Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
'
Mrs. James H. Hirsch, {
Ft. I Lauderdale, Fla., to attend" a Coyle, Mrs. ,P. D. Marine, Mrs. Smith, Orlando, Fla- Penetrate and Heal Cleaners and Pressers'OUVR'S
meeting of the R. O. S. of A lodge. Mrs. Krepa, Mrs. J. D. Woo beck, Stops Pain At Once) : .Expert

Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo G. Blackburn Miss Ruth Wylie. Dainty refreshments Actual work has been commencedon For Man and Beast /, ,
left Wednesday morning to spend I were served and all report a the Lake Largo-Cross Bayou
25c.50c.l. At All Dealen.
the summer In Wisconsin. I pleasant afternoon. drainage project, a gang of men beIng

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: Pond Canal and other p'ngs will be LINIMENTPresenlingThe SUITATORIUM

\ DR. BISHOP WINTER -VISITOR HERE started shortly. If, r'y.

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Dr. *
r L. A. Biohop of .Fond du Lac, was also at one time Eminent Grand / / VlU" A/ "43

Wis.,'who has been spending the winter Commander of the Knights Templarof :
,
. in Kisslmmee with his wife and the State of Wisconsin. His reputation -

dtugter, Miss Marlei Bishop who Is as a surgeon is well known .

c a teacher of voice culture hero, had throughout the country. k
f',
an exciting experience in Tampa On the Way to St. Pete. I
*. Monday. Dr. Bishop is suffering: "Yesterday morning Dr. and Mrs.
from a mortal affliction and is sub- Bishop left Kissimmee for Tampa, Your Social Standing

ject to temporary loss of memory.In where they were going to tak the afternoon '1 III

some manner' ho became: lost train for St. Petersburg Demands Engraved CardsWE

from Mrs. Bishop, when they alighted where Mrs. Bishop has relatives. They

r from the train in Tampa, en route will leave here this morning some
from Kissimmee to St. Petersburg: time and summer at Ct _P rsburg-- HAVE ADDED A NEW

and other points. Ilo was currying: at Both Dr. and Mrs. Bishop are stopping LINE OF ENGRAVED

I the time a satchel containing: a num- I at the Hillsboro Hotel. 1\

ber of valuable diamonds and other :'Dr. Bishop had wandered all over Stationery, Calling Cards,

r jewels, the property of Mrs. Biahop. "the western part of the city and was
.
With the aid of the police Mrs. covered with dust and grime. He Wedding Invitations, Birth Cards

Bishop found himbut ho had lost the had no money on his person when he Announcement Cards
bag: of jewels. Later they were was separated from his wife, and had "

j found in the possession of a fireman had nothing to eat from noon until
Engraved in the latest styles and on the
to whom they had been given by a i ii six o'clock when he was found. lie i ia is finest of cards and paper.
Cuban, who found them in his front I wealthy man and has been. retired
i yard, where they had evidently been from active duties for several years. ASK TO SEE OUR SAMPLES

dropped by Mr. Bishop. j i, He seems to be attracted by the suburbs -
Prices as low as consistent with this high
I|I and the .
After telling these facts in a more j woods especially. *
class of work. *
extended manner the Tampa Tribune I!j "Mrs. Bishop was profuse in her ,
continues as follows: thanks, and could not understand why New Octathin Model Kissimmmee
Valley Gazette
"Mrs Bishop was overjoyed both I I no rewards would be. accepted by the

at finding her husband and also at finders of the satchel and the benefactors An exceptional Value $40.0
the recovery of bar valuables. There 1: of her husband. She praised I Ii

J diamond pin with a crescent of .i Tampa people for their excellent hos-
I was a I The man who I.. refreshed by a departure from the conventionaland
lavalliere set with amethysts pitality, end said !there would alwaysbe
pearls, a I who,of is not T will ::Too ooooooooooooooooooOOOOtooo. o..oo.ooo. ,
"r and pearls Another lavalliere' a warm spot in her heart for the us - take a special delight in this new : .ooo

with topaz pendant, a, gold filigree people of this city." .model.Here
a
A is a watch of real distinction- To that beautiful thinness :
work, and an amethyst necklace.watch Sallow complexion is'due to a torpid for which the Gruen Verithin is famous, has been added a new charm Birmingham Ala. and
and gold Masonic
thimble .
gold\ liver. IIERBINE purifies and in the shape of the case. :
also in the ,
with emblems, were
chan, : strengthens tht liver and bowels and In this Model, No. 04, the movement is the genuine, original : .

,I bag. restores the rosy bloom of health to "Gruen-Verithin 17 jewel, adjusted to five positions, temperature :
Was Noted Surgeon. the cheek. Price 50c. Sold by' Os- and isochronism-the thinnest durable watch made. It has every Return

"Dr. Bishop is sixty-eight years ceola Pharmacy.-Adv. known Improvement. such as a double roller visible steel escapement, :

,r old and has for the past two years patent regulator, time adjusting screws, Breguet hair spring safety Account o-
I BETHEL BAPTIST
from loss MISSION.
been suffering considerably eliding click. finest hardened material.PRICE .
.. of memory. Iris wife and daughter : -T c. 'V" JREKC: :

have been spending the winter at Services Sunday, May 7th, will be: $40.00 : '
in the hope of improvingDr. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; pteaching at "
Kissimmee
: TICKETS SOLD MAY 13th TO 17th
; No044, ame movement: f.4k solid gold $75.00. EitHer with
Bishop's health. Miss Bishop wasa 7:30 p. m. by the pastor; subject, case *
teacher of music in the College for "The. Burning Bush." "Come thou Louis XIV dial, having solid gold raised numerals, $5.00 extra. : Limit May25th, but limit may be extended ;

Women at Tallahassee until last year, with us, and we will do thoo good. Wa and the manufacturers guarantee that there is not another : to June 14th by depositing ticket with
her mother would 'watch made so thin, at so low a price, with such a combined quality '.
she thought Special Agent''
1'when at band to attend The Board of Trade' of Mulberry accuracy, style and durability as in this genuine Gruen Verithin. Un- :
heed her constantly '
i waa organized last week with a
der the "Gruen-Specisl-Service-System" is VETERAN'S SPECIAL
a guarantee Certificate
She left Florida ,last _
' her father, '
.
1 11\' .. .*year o and' returned; to her borne In large anthuilastie. .... membership.NUMBER ). 1 turnlshed'signed- by the maker and by us. Letjis/show it. to. you to- Leaves Jacksonville May 14th, 9:00 P. M.

I Itfr': Fon du Lac, but 'upon the advice of .---To. day.' Arrives Montgomery May 15th. 12OO Noon

'P friends moved back )U> Kisslmmae, ',40 FOR. THE-BLOOD ', Other- Gruen models up to 25000. THROUGH CARS' FROM TAMPA
companied by her mother and fathsr. G

.., She ha. ..class in,,music them. Expel. scrofulovs humors' from ,tht ,. ;COLE JEWELRY CO. i VIA. .
'
7. .t preaenLx"Dr.Bishop.* blood which cause D.tJpatJOnma., -t < JEW BURS AND I:OP TOMEtRIS .ATLANTIC COASTLINE.

: jfn ;; for 1thirtyflue laria,. rheumatism, aor.a,' ulcers. pim.plea.fte _, _... '-t' .... _.' .,.."'......... STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH ,JJ, '
t yatf; : >ia ,
"f.5" ::8'0: Nort% Ura 'Bailrwt u. cy on, a guarantee to satisfy,' .. 4 .... "" "."' '''''r ...f(..... .. i,0',' ir
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f .." .1"'I'I'O'O'O'I'I'O"'I.oioo'O'O'I'I"'I'I'O'O'O'I' ,:LESLEY' WILL 'NOT BE IHIGH( SCHOOL ALUMNI BANQUET AT DIP 300 CATTLE IN




: t .# Society Notes, e$ CANDIDATE FOR JOB GRAYSTONE HOTEL BIG SUCCESS LESS THAN AN HOURPAT



(Mtttle Belle' Harris, Editor.) CHAIRMAN\ OF BOARD OF.COUN. .4 . JOHNSON AND CREW BUSY

.. TY COMMISSIONERS ANNOUN BY MRS. E. E.')WELLS. HANDLING CATTLE BOUGHTBY

; I Request U made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to:tend items CES THAT HE WILL NO MAKE\ '," OSCEOLA CATTLE COM. '

; of Society Eremts to the Editor for publication ,in these colums.i RACE' IN DISTRICT NO. 1 OW. ( mplete ,1n etvery ,detail! was the of the high school paper; and of the PANY FROM LESLEY & BASS-

ING TO THE PRESSURE. OF PRIVATE third Alumni banquet, given at the high, school orchestra. lie outlined GANG OK., SIX.FOOTERS .,NOW


L' orT'-' . .' .. . --,- . . . . - - - . . . -"._. '- - ..- BUSINESS. Graystone Hotel, Wednesday evening. the needsof the 'school, dewlling 'upon AT WORK
f Two, long: tables were arranged in tha th., necessity of a new high school anIa

1 PRISCILLA CLUB.Priscilla club ments of sandwiches, 'an ice course I E. L,. Lesley Chairman of the !spacious dining room and plates were building;; that the department of expression Dipping 300 cattle in less than, i,
of the and
'f :The members: punch Were served. The guests Board > County Commissioners) laid fore eigth guests. ,Quantities of should be open to all; that hour to eradicate tick is the record established ., ,
o[ announces
afternoon Saturday at included Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadel Mr.
spent a merry ,
sot {nasturtiums formed an attractivedecorations drawing and music be systematically by Pat Johnson and his
that he will be candi-
of Mrs. J. Roberson on and MrS.-E. E. Mr. a
the home IZ. Naugle, and Mrs.C. (
',I "date for re-election as commissioner | and panels bearing .the j taught; that domestic science and crew, who have been at work for'y//
conversation L. Mrs S. I
street enjoying Bandy H. Bullock
Mabbette from District No. owing to legends. H. S. and class:: of 1918 ( manual training be included in the some time counting out remarking
and dainty fancy: work, as lathe Misses Josephine and Isabel Hamilton pressureof )
'' private ''business. His formal t decorated the walls. During; the ,elaborate -: curriculum; that the boys should haven and rebranding the ,stock of cattle
an-
'J custom' of this popula club. Fruit Messrs. Hughes R. K .
; Paige,
course banquet which: was.served seperat,? debating society. and close recently purchased by the Osceola
nouncement to that effect reads
i scrvedi the McPherson L. as
wafers
punch and A. Hamilton Dr.
were Pr. \V- W. Carson, president of ed by saying "Osceola High schoolan Cattle Company from Lesley &: Bass- .
follows)
:
close of the afternoon. Mrs. S. J. Simpson, Norman Erhart,. Senator A. *
,the assocaition presided most efficient do and must do duringthe at the Canoe P''I'
Kixsimmee Florida, May.3..1916.T as a : more more The work is going on
will be hostess for th'e.next E. Donegan and Cal ;
Soudcrs McCaughen Mr.
j ; toastmaster, and In a neat little coming year". Creek and Walter C. Base is
the Voters Osceola pens
and Mrs. J. D. ol County:
Clark and their
'*- meeting. ,' guest, j I hereby respectfully announce to I speech! welcomed the class of 1916to At the close of this talk a warm looking after the interests of the Lesley
Mrs. Oscar Conklin
of
Miami.
a e
,
* the voters of Osceola county, that I the Alumni and expressed himself but ,friendly discussion arose as to &: Bass Company.

: PICNIC AT MILL SLOUGH. \ will not be a candidate for the officeof i as proud, that nineteen new memberswere whether the name Osceola High; I Already 380 'have been delivered, .

r MUSIC CLUB MEETING. County Commissioner from District added to the association. School as applied to the present building I dipped and-rcl randed. It is Interesting "

i Prof. W. N. Harris Sunday school Dr. A. J. Holt then to misnomer.. A. Carson.
1 No. 1, Osceola county, Florida, ;| responded was a in this connection to note that in
class of the Methodist church held a An unusually attractive program; | "Pioneer School Dr. in the :
Yowell issue
I at the ensuing June Democratic pii- thettoast, Days. and J Supt. taking the crew 'employed by Mr. Johnston
class picnic at Mill Slough, about was rendered at a meeting of the i{Holt immediately the attention I
r mary. I wish to take this opportun- i captured matter. there are six men who measure ,over

three miles northeast of the city, Saturday I Kissimmee Music'Club at the Hart lity-to thank shy friends and supporters I of the guest by his original I Supt. Yowell then reviewed' the work I six feet, one inch, standing in their

II; and (invited Miss Lola Law- Memorial Monday night, and the time { ers all past favors granted me style saying: "Time, J Jq51. Place. of the schools throughout the county stockings. Theso: men- who are just

ler's clasa and a few friends to be |I' was spent in the ( study of the lives by them, and it would afford ,'Somerset, Ky. Teacher, Kirkl "4..i j tin response to the toast, "Our County as big in proportion otherwise are

r ; their guests. While a number of and works of, the authors Bartlett, I I pleasure to further serve them were mo4 (commonly called Kicklander). Buila- i Schools' and emphasized |the duty
f I i
cars made the trip the majority of Foote and Chadwick. lit; not for my many business inter ing, log school house. lie then gavea !,of this pr'escvnt class toward the less Tin-dall i ,
t the people preferred the "hike" i The program was as follows: '
, vivid favored' .
; young I ''ests which demand my personal attention { picture of the surroundings ofi i( schools.

y and walked the distance. Duet-Miss Lucy Buckcls and more closely in the future. i the school boys and girls of that time i Anthony Rogero spoke of the 1 They will continue at work for the

,' A bountiful dinner spread under Miss Ethel Wilder. I I am making; thin announcement of and the listeners could plainly see '"Class of 1916" and was frequently i next four or five weeks, handling

., I. the oak trees and merry games, including Violin Solo-Miss Hlen Jones, accompanied I my intention of not entering; the Primary the sun shine through the cracks in (interrupted by lauhter.whn, : he'[about 500 head every ten days. 4''

t a swim in the creek, were enjoyed by Miss Louise Thomason. before other candidates the roof which marked the hour of stated that this class was the largest; Another record established was the :
J Character Sketch of the Life of l; any
i I by the party. Prof and Mrs. Foote-Miss i have announced. as to leave a fair "play". The famous "blue-backed (class graduated from this school, the ; handling of 485 head before 11 o'clock '

Harris and Miss Lawler chaperonedthe Melvina BuchofVn. field to all. spcllin' book" was not forgotetn and I most remarkable as well as the most one day.
{ ,
Respectfully I l j
Life of Miss
Chadwick
occasion. Elizabeth j I E. L. LESLEY.AMUSEMENTS. as he reached a point in the description :'''beautiful class and closed by saying .
000COL. Aujtman.
I he was interrupted by thisquery | that they "expected to live for- 1
HUNTER ENTERTAINS. olo-Miss Speer.
Susie 'II
44e 0449 45e -} from Senator C. A. Carson: ever and die happy.

t, Solo-James II Armstrong. I d > "It was on the fifth page, was it not?" I The regular program closed with '
Colonel Harry A. Hunter, "patron "Ashes of Roses" solo Miss Mar-
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which was greeted by bursts of laugh-; the toast. "The Press and the]
saint" of the Kissimmee Golf Club, lea 1 SPECIALS 4
Bishop. <- .e. tre lie told of the aim of each I Schools," given by Mrs. E E Wells"
entertained a number of friends at Included in the busin.bs routinewas -o->: O O CoJI > I
'youngster; to spell immateriality, for ,who presented the work of the press i
his "Bachelor's Lodge," formerly the the perfecting of arrangementsfor 1 Manager Gus Beall has decided upon '
"reaching; of that place in the book |jand the school us iii.epnri\ble! and
Van Der MeeYsch residence, last Saturday the Iw held the for the motion
"open meeting" to a nome picture '
I was almost the equivalent of graduating who conformed to an outline of Deivejopment : FOR
night. thid of the which house formerly called "The Dixie."
4 Monday monjth,
J (
I ; and the omnipresent "switch"received I I } and Imitation She clos'ed ,
I f The affair, which was in the nature will close the work of the club for hereafter this house, will be called '' '
its mention. He told of thequaint l by> urging a more concerted action'of
of a dancing party, was one of the : the year. A number of committees "The Lyric", The price has been reduced WOMENAnother ;:
costumes of the girls with the institutions along the lines of

J moat brilliant of the season. were appointed as follows: Decora I> to five lents to all, except on their "pig tails", and sunbonncts. He co-opeiation. /

The rooms were elaborately deco tions. Mrs. Aultman, Mrs. John Over- nights when "The Girl and the Game" i ,
t" I dosed by stating to the class of 1916 Senator A. E. Donvgan was called
; rated with cut flowers; in the living; street ad Mrs. S. H, Bullock; on dec- films ale shown. Manager; Iiall has "You '.
should appreciate the fact that upon to represent the class of 1894
carnations and ferns the orntino, Mesdames H. C. Stanford S. mad this the without '
room pink ; : change in price //1 )
what and and spoke for length recalling wntdt1
you are. you are where you' some lot of
den was fragrant with petunias. and H. Bullock and The lowering of the standard of
+ Gay Livingston. any I
I. are, and sat down amid u burst of pleasant reminiscences and recalled
i a profusion .of roses banked the j program committee will arrange the | pictures and the large houses present applause, I the fact that the Osceola schools had skirts received this I

} table in the dining room. entertainment. At this each since the went into effect |
punch new price
meeting
:\i
week in till the
I Former Senator C. A. Carton then': had a hand in shaping affairs of the I new
The evening wan pleasantly spent I member: is privilege to invite three proves that his action was popular.. \-
I ; responded to too toast "The, Modern I nation, as two United States Senators styles and colors
with dancing and delicious refresh- j
guests.
'School". .
.
with and had .
a splendid sp ech outlining one Congressman; received #
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"Triangle; Features" at the Gray the opportunities of the pres part of their education in Kis wiling stripes nil "

stone Casino, also managed; by Gus ent. lie said in part: "Whether the simmee. Miss Elizabeth Aultman colors same old
PROGRAM FOR 1916COMMENCEMENT EXPRESSION CLASSES Beall. continue to ,
with
prove popular youth of today develop under the I represented the class of 1903; Eugene
the public. Tomorrow wilt be price as others
pre elaborate system of opportunity, Bryan and Mrs. I I. V Johnson, of /

' f DAY GIVE FINE RECITALThe sented an adaptation of Alexander whether this age will produce the Leesburg, who had made a special
Dumas' famous "The ThreeMusketeers 98c $1.25 $1.50
t story- Wcbsters, Clays and Calhouns only trip to this city to be present, spoke '

under' the title of"D'Artagnan" history can tell." for the class of 1905; Miss Inez Carson .
Monday evening May 8th, at 8 Expression of the .
Department He spoke of the great educational for the class of 1912, and Sam
o'clock, the High'School graduation Kissimmee schools under the direction Orrin Johnson .
:
the
; plays dashingly I advancement for
and dre1a'sharp Lupfer the class of 1913.
con-
t exercises will. be held in the, school of Miss\ Elizabeth Aultman, have star role of the young swordsman, trast between the present Osceola Followingthe 'roll call an' electionof A new lot of spring

auditorium. The members of the. made fine progress during the past D'Artagnan.. AU the characters are
1 High Schools and the one room frame officers washeld., when Senato. A. shirt waists in white
I', graduation class are as follows: year and the ,recital given last nighta I garbed in the proper costume of those''' with .
E
building log seats situated Donegan was chosen president of
,on
'4 ::, I Dolly. Alberta Alford, Helen V, ;tthe school auditorium was one of days. The m'cm ,wear slashed jackets, l I the Mackentosh property, 'in, North the association; Miss Elizabeth: and all colors .

p Bass, Kathleen V. tJe*,den, Ethel l the best entertainments of the kind short breeches and\ long hose, while
I Kissimmee where Dr. Sears called, Aultman vice-president Miss Cecilia
j ,
,; %. t Marie Boyd, P.r.h'E, Clark, E. Mauriae ever heard in this city.. : .I the women are costumed in high. a ; 49c,65c,98c,:
:' Sunday school on Sunday, which Overstreet. secretary; Charles Bandy .
f Dann, Mary Ethel Gilbert, Frank JParejits and the public in general necked, tight: leev d waists and voluminous , I "
? marked,, the beginning of school life treasurer, and Miss Lucy Buckles r '
S. Calkins, Will Mason Tiller, Martha ere much. pleased with the talent developed skirts. In the court scenes -
I }In Kisslmmee. He spoke of the education assistant secretary, these officersto .
Belle Harris, Mary Celeste 'Moseley, by Miss Aultman and the applause the king and'hig cOi18ort:are brilliantabove I II' j of
the for the
day and
serve
as practical ensuing
year. 1
Edythe B. Niswonger Lilian M. was frequent and hearty. The. all the others in their display of urged the graduating class to continue We have a beautiful

Prentis, Orpha D. Rose, Bertha Grace program was as follows: I'precious stones and rich dress. The I MARKET.
their work with a collegiate course. ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK line of
envelope
S 11 Wlnn, George S. Cooper, Arthur B. I 1. (a) March, Fighting Strength interiors are fitting with the times. He closed I ,
1 by saying that no one need SPECIAL REPORT.
I Jarrell x and Tony Regero. (Allen) (b) Tendre Amour (Clem The old Gobelin tapestries, artistic be deprived of a higher education by chemise, made of

.r The program for the graduationexercises ents-High) school orchestra. furniture and statuary all are in the lack of means, that any boy or girl National Stock Yards. Ills., soft finished white
' will be follows
a. : I. Herve Riel old French
(BrowningCaroline
) manner.
of the right stuff had only to'let their May 2, 1916. f
; nainsook armholes
, 1. King'of the Forest Am I (Henry Fripp. The story, which is familiar to all ,
desires and ambitions) be known anda Cattle receipts, 3600. The market
;. Parker)-High School Chorus. 3. Nathan Hale Finch Hester readers, is of I and
( )- owe adventure, filled leg openings
way would be found."Fundamentals today is generally steady with a week
I .> 2. Poet and Peasant, overture (F. Porch Pherigo. with thrilling situations. I
\ of Life" was the ago. Killing cattle: Choice to'prime trimmed with imported -
+ von Suppe) High School Orchestra. 4. Union and (Holmes- There will also be
Liberty ( ) I a Keystone com-
subject of the toast given by Dr. W. fed steers, $8.40 to $8.85 good to
8. Invocation-Rev. S. W. Lawler. Walter Bass. edy. "Fidofs Fate." in which will be i lace edging.
I B. Wtiherspoon. The address was a choice, $7.75 to $8.40; medium to
i 4. Salutatory-Mary Celeste Mose- 5. Nocturne, Opus No.9, No. 12 !seen' Charles Murray, better known as The is low.
forceful well price
I thought out plea to theyouth (good $7.25 to $7.76; common to me
ley. (Chopin) Mrs. J. B. Rouse. 1 i"Hogan".
-
't r that the dominant motive in in dium, $6.50 to $7.25; ccnncrs, U.25$4.75 I
6. Class History-Pa fan Eugenia 6. Absalom N P. Willis Gazil
( )- life be "to give" rather than "to get." to ; cutter. $500 to $5.50; me- 50c 89c 98c
J Clark. Lane. BARBERS' AGREEMENT.We ,
: He conformed closely to this outline dium fat cows, $5 CO to $6.00; choice :
:: 6. Violin solo, Salute d'-Amour (Edward 7. Chambered Nautilus Holmes-
( ) during his talk, clearly dividing his fat cowsY $6.00 to $7.25; yearlings,
r; Elgar)-Anthony Regero. Manie Witherspooo. the undersigned agree to open
; thoughts !$4.65 4.85 heretics
for a life of service as to $ ; $5.75 to.
I, 7. Oration, "Duty of Literary Men 8. Solo, I Hear a Thrush at Eve barber shops not' earlier than 7
that of ftght veil calves. to
against selfishness closing $6.50; $6.00 $9.50. Ladies under-
to America (Grimke-William) (Cadman)-Susie .Spier. o'clock in the morning and close, at 8
with an eloquent plea for.race betterment Stock cattle: (From tick-free territory ,
Mason Tiller. 9. The Hero (Pauline Phelps)-Mu- o'clock at.'night except Saturday, and ). Good-4o choice quality steers, skirts, 13 inch em-

i 8. "The Herd Girl's Dream" Idyl riet Prentis. close on Thursday afternoon that is
Prof R. M. Evans spoke on the $7.00 to $7.75; mediuni''o good, $6.00to broidery ruffle with
\ (A. Labitzky)-High School Orchestra. 10. Fairy Song (Curry)-Olivinc from 12 m. Thursday until 7 o'clock
"Work of the Osceola High School" $7.00; common to medium: $550 to
'
openwork d i
Savage. -i Friday morning Three rules are to e g g 11 s ,
: I and in beginning said: "You see the $6.00; light yearlings, $5.00 to 0550;
9. Reading "The Swan take 'effect Monday. May the 8th. '16.
Song" 11. Candor (Bunner-Margaret) Lee. deep under ruffle
work of the Osceola High School be- young cows, $5 to $5.50; good young ,
(Katherine Hitter Brooks)Bertha 12. If b A. E. FORD,
(a) (Kipling; ( ) L'envoiKipling ( -
fore you I could say nothing better heifers $5.50 to 625.
Grace Winn. EL, FENNEL
) Edgar J
Bryan. 65c
I than that." Hog receipts, 10,600 The hog mar-
10. Class Will-Ethel Marie Boyd. 13. Last Rose of Summer Crouch KENNETH P. BUTLER.The .
( )
He spoke of the "early days" in ket is 5 to lOc lower on all classes to
11. Le Premiere Valse-Piano four Susie Speir. '
newest fabrics are of medium Kissimmee and stated that duringthe day. The top Is' $9.86; bulk of the
hands, two pianos (Auguste Du- 14. A Musical Instrument '
Mrs.
( weight. ten years he has resided here the good hogs, 150 Ibs. upward, $9.35 to
rand)-Elizabeth Maurine Dann Browning Christine 1
)
Ivey. schools have more than doubled in $9.70; pigs, 120 to 140 Ibs, $8.50. to Dollar Limit StoreG.
and Mary Ethel, Gilbert. 15. Burial of Moses (AlexanderPaul .O OO..OOOOOOO.O. .OOOOO..
O' Oe numbers!! andthe teaching force as $8.90; lighter pigs, $7.00 to $825;
12. Class
Prophecy-Helen Virginia
< Drawdy. BAND CONCERT SUNDAY. # well. lie said that nearly one hun- rough hogs at $9.00 to 930. W. PERSONS CO., Prop.
B.... 16. Humoresque (Dvorak-Mrs. J. ,
e e dred graduated had gone out from the National Live Stock Com. Co. f
18. Valedictory Frank Seymour B. Rouse. ---

Calkin. 17. (a) Break, Break, Break (Tennyson The following program will be ee institution. -.
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I 14.' "Cinema Entra'acte" (J. Winne) ); (b) Crossing the Bar-Ada rendered Sunday afternoon by ee Applause followed; the statement
that sixteen out of the nineteen ARLINGTON
graduates HOTEL
I High School Orchestra. Louise Simpson. the Kissimmee Concert Band in *
1 !!: of the class of 1916 were mak- Mrs. J. D. Rushing
the band stand ;, Prop.
16. Delivery of Diplomas-Supt. C. 18. Musical Reading Necklace of on Broadway: *
,
HOMELIKE
ing plans for a college course. He PRICES SOc, 75c &: $1.00 is
March "National Emblem_ *
; I E. Yowell. Tears (Carmen 'Sylva and S. Haw- 1 Special Weekly Rates. '

-' 16. Class Ode-composed by Liliar ley) Margaret Stanford -_________________ Bagley spoke of the two courses instituted in Everything new modern improvements, large verandas, cam to

Mary Prentia -Graduating Class. 19. Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg Waltz, "Doris"Hazel the schools this year; of the voluntary all parts of city. All outside rooms, screened throughout running .

11'-9 Trot "Those Good Old work done in the literary societies water.
17. Awarding of Medal*-Prin. R. -Arnie Drawdy. Days 1219 FRANKLIN STREET
e Back Home"Monaco' ; of the credit system in force; Phone 2264 TAMPA, FLA.
_jM, Evans. 20. Alexande>;* Feast (Dryden)- .

.. 15., Bong, "The Remarkable Class of Susie Speir. e Grand Selection Plantation *

.'!'" composed by Lilian Mary 21. Grandfather's Clock (Castle)- e Melodies _________Arr. Lake ,

Pr ntia-Graduating Cl.... High School orchestra. e Chinese Novelty, "Hong Kong *' 1
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e Gong" ___--_--.,..__ Hildretht'*
'. 0, Sextette, "Lucia Di THE FAMILY STORE '
Lammer.1
NOT UP TO HER STANDARD TOO MUCH SACRIFICE ,
,. e moot __________u_ Donizetti Oe ; ,
."Have yea any inferences? in- Old Mammy Persimmons called oe "PEAKE & ,
Medley Overture the Oe PEAK ,
; ,i.4ulrod. the lady,of the .hou... day on. the village lawyer. "Along '
RialtoArr. .
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.**Jfl...'mom, lot.(or,thln ," answered "Ah want* to divoce mah hustand," Smltl .
a Oriental SHOES AND
"Moonlight on the 4 [ FURNISHINGS
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,th'prpap.etlv.mid.>> ; .ho said"Divorce | Nile _ .: 'A' lOTtliNG.1
; _ ____. ______ Kini.Walts
?Then why'did you not brine some your-Uncle Bill? cried '
: 'A ,
(by request). '
1' ;W then with you'" the. lawyer. ""Good gradousl. Why?" 0 .. TAILORING DEPARTMENT

E! 0' *WeIL;; 'tattm; to tell the trout ."Betake heV done got11 religion, Popular Song "Araby".._B.rr.re I' !

J I lthiyr.' ,jut Jolkottt."J pholf gnt daft ,why," add Aunt )Mary' we e'once"March "Spirit.'.__ _of _Indepond-_. . ) 116 ,Broadway PHONE 291 f

r" i' Nono'df. thhn'dont'dome. .'-JustlcV. /! *M't"bad" a', efcecken'on'* *,** ,do, table fo e. OM' Shearouae? ? Holqnalt". ,:: ,. '' 1. , ,
1 .J urnaL six weeka."
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!.e FRIDAY; MAY 5,1'11.' THE. KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE ?*GELTHE .


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KISSIHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE J. Jacobi,.-a prominent .merchant Supt. C:, E.. Yowell went to. St i Miss Allen, a charming young lady '

t T. ....
l transacting business in Kissimmee.Mr. the closing exercises of, the,school' bat laterly ip: fcUslmmeo, it top*
Pnblithedl Every Friday.By at that ping ati Indian &iver-cn'With the
place ( ,, GRADUATION PROGRAM OR BEFORE MAY
i W. .. HARHlB H. 0; TAN AQNHWj and MnE .E.!: Truskette: and 17
Union view of starting a cattle ranch. She ,
Miss Lillian Truskette, of Monte. J. E Harvey of Center who
is i said to be one of the ,flne t- horse
...o.. ...... o....... verde; were guest at the Graystone has been over on tho Eact Coast engaged : back riders in Florida,-Tituavilla The Eighth Grade' of ,the public Under the ,provision of, the primary

Hotel. Saturday. in packing t tomatoes, returned Advocate. schools, which came to a close today, law candidates for public of.Ace'
'
: r'r j Weather Report j Judge James W. ''Perkins accompanied home on Wednesday. held its .graduation' exercises this must qualify with tho Clerk 'of
R.' A; Snyder has",, moved his Kl, .. the 'Court before l7th.' he
by Charles E. McCroy court The Mothers' and Teachers' Club morning. 'The promotion exeiciscs on or May ,

steno raphel'o'! is here this week from will meet at the home, of Mrs. SL; slmmee Dry Cleaning: 'Works ..lromDarlingt.Qn were also held in the other grades. law provides that they mast qualify,.

-'Following are daily tempera-- DeLand, holding Circuit court. Lupfer Friday .afternoon, May 12th. avenue to.22 Stewart ave The program of tho Eighth Grade twenty days before the primary and ,
A'. ,; tures and Important business be transacted. nue, adjoining the Dollar Limit exercises was as follows: the date given. is just twenty days
precipitations'as repotted ,
A E. Lang, of Jacksonville\ an official ( Store, where he has larger and >
by Government stationat A full attendance requested.. more .1. "The' Periscope" ,march (This; prior' to the primary: date, which. has'been
KinRlmmee for the week ending of the Western Union Telegraph commodious quarters. He has made
A. 'Allen)-High School Orchestra. set for June 6th d;
Thursday, May 4, 1916: Company, made a business trip to L. E. Overstreetx of Homestead, several improvements in his equipment 2. Invocation Rev. A. M. Chls- '
-
,. I '.Max. Min. Rain \ Kissimmee Wednesday.' was In the city severa} days thisweek.vistling and 'fs now prepared to give the holm. New tailored suite are quite plain,,

r Friday ,____, 80 54 Miss Kathlyn Beardcn will leave his mother, Mrs. M. M. best possible attention to .the needsof 5. The Anvil Chorus, from II Tro- with high collars. '

I Saturday ____ 79 '7 I next Tuesday for' PitUburg, Pa., Overstreet, and other relatives. He his customers. vatore (G. Verdi)-Class. I

Sunday ..__._ 81 48 where she will' spend the summer. left T.huraday for. Bradentown. Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Crawford and 4. Reading Old Aunt Mary's I I 4I

.. Monday ...__ 82 50 with her sister, Mrs Souders. L, O. White, of Port Tampa 'City, two, children left Saturday for their (James Whltcomb Rlley)-Freda,II
,1' .. ..
Tuesday 85 58 home in Cairo Ga. after I '
G. C. Livingston, who has been representing the Tampa' Division, No. spending Schwelkart.
58
88 '
Wednesday time here with Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. Trio At the Master's
confined to his room for several days 428, Order of Railroad Conductors, some Dancing
__ _
Thursday 88 65 Buffering from an atfack of ptomaine was a visitor iri this city Monday. Heis" I Z. Roberson and' other relatives In (A. Forester)-Mamie Pilley, Mattie 49. '

_uo.. .00".6.00.0.6.00.. ... poisoning, is reported as improving., ,. ( traveling' about the state In- the I this city. ,Mrs. Crawford I is a sister Stanford, Alpha :Westfall. I
interest the "Eight-Hour Day" I 6. Reading Little Gentleman-
.
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., ...o.o.o..Oo..tt'O..O"'O Rev. A. M. Chisholm will preach Booth
fight of the' railroad men. I ( Tarkington) Dorothy
Sunday night on the subject, "A Full having resided In for a Wells.

.1 The Local Field I Measure.to' all.A cordial welcome is extended spending E. T. the Hopkins winter'at, who the has Grays been torn i number' of years. 7.Johnson"Shadow Time"School Reverie Orchestra.(C. L.I

)-High
Hotel, will leave next Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dowding and .89

\ OOto.. oooo.oo. oo..tto o W. F. limes, a:,prominent attorney Chicago and Devil's! Lake...Wiyonoin daughter Miss Lois, left Monday, for 8. Solo-Gondola Song (Oesten)) I
cf Tampa, Was In the city Tuesday. their home in CherokeeIowa after Minkie Gardner.,
,
where he will spend the summer. Mrs. '
Fire Insurance. A. E.
See Drought.
Louis C Massey, of Orlando, was Hopkins preceded him several weeks Ispending their, winter at their pretty 9. Reading-A Boy.'s Conclusion

Mrs. Nellie Rogero was an Orlando here looking! after legal business on I{winter homo: on MabcUe: street. (Unknown)-Margaret Lee. 1

visitor Friday. Monday.Mr. ago.The They have 'spent five winters here 10. Song of the Alps (arranged by
friends of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
and Mrs. W. M. Hutson, of St. many 'land Mr. Dowding declares that the Chas. D. Blake)-Abbie Harrisonand 98
Miss Clyd: Smith left for Sanford K. Warden, of Kissimmee Park, '
Augustine, called here by the illness) 'climate here is as near complete paradise 'EslJ e Bass.
{ Friday for a brief visit. will regret to learn of the death of
N '"id death of Mrs. Hutson's mother,' i as can be found on earth. Ho 11. Reading-Little Orphan Annie
their infant The little
son on Sunday.
I Fat, juicy and tender meats always Mrs. Kochenderfer, returned to their {believes: that -it Kissimmee will bulk- (James Whitcomb Riley-Ada) ,

Ih found at City Market, 'phone. 44. tf home:! Monday. time oiw of was deathBurial but four days was old in at Rose-the head the lake and continuo to make .Uouise Simpson.. -. ,

[ M. M. Stewart, of St. Cloud, was other improvements the city,I will be 12. Delivery of Certificates and
Miss Shirley Bradley, of Delray, hill cemetery on Monday.
in tho city Saturday. the greatest tourist center in this : ?
.f. Awarding of Grammar School Medal
has returned to her horn after two
a Mrs E- D. Reed. Mrs. N. Summers, section of Florida.J .
r.J C. A- Owens, of Lakeland, spent weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. H. G. -Prin. R. M. Evan ,
and Rev and Mrs. C. Sweet, who have ,4:1:
some time in !''Kissimmee Friday. Seiver, and other relatives ins this I F. Horner head of the Wilson
been spending the winter at Orange
' I and T. J. Conroy, also of the same waist bo definite I
, Narcooas'ee Tho line
may or
i L. E. Voorheis: of was Center, left Thursday for their,home
city.A I an dT. J. Conroy, also of the same Indefinite. '
l, a visitor in Kissimmee Monday. new lot of fine little ranches on near Ithaca, N. Y. They 'were well i : :1
company, spent Thursday and Friday ,
L. S. Deglow, of Umtilla, spent I the market young groves; shrub ; pleased with the climate in Florida I|I fli Kissimmee on bMslncBs., This isi I 1---, .:

several days in the city this week. bery; good roads. See or address, CI and expect to return next winter.I j'the first trip of both gentlemen to e'.40000 ' ., .. .............. ""

.j .. Silk shirt waists only 98c at Gil- E. Swope.-17-5t pd I II have purchased the barber shop Kissimme-'? and they were much impressed -!It ,

bert's. I Mr. and Mrs. Jxinnie Bass, for in the B. C. Miller building! on ; with the opportunities the I .

merly of this city, but who are now Broadway and will open it ready for city affords. They were particularly White Salt Meat lb. elSe J

Miss Elsie Morton spent the week- living at Tarpon Springs, spent Sunday business on next Monday. I am coming I impressed with the lake and saw ct ,

end with her parents at Dundee. with friends and relatives in Kis- to your city from Chandlerville, i'once the need of a bulkhead "If I I,I, i I. .

When you buy bread ask for Reed's simmee. III., and solicit your business. Kissimmcvj' will bulkhead the lakefront -
Granulated lb. 9c
Butter Nut.-15-2t S. C. Baird, traveling passenger Amos Adkins. I and build a boulevard" said Sugar, '
Mr. Horner, "she should become the w
S. P. Shepherd, of Winter Park, agent for the Illinois Central rail Mrs. Ivy Clough Johnson, or Lees- I "
tourist center of this of FloridaTKII'LETT
" was in this city Saturday on busi- road,' with headquarters at Jacksonville burg, Mrs. Mattie Prevatt Byrd of part -

ness. -, registered at the Graystone Hotel Sumner, and Mrs. Maud Alford at

Thursday. Smith of Clearwater graduatesof LEAVES TRIBUNE.This .
Ladies' long crepe kimonas. only the Osceola High school, were hereto I I
Mr. and Mrs W. W. Saunders left .
i>8c at Gilbert'a.JOfleph .
, ?t I attend the Alumni banquet held at week's issue of the St. Cloud
Thursday morning in their automobile Taylor's Cash :
II., Jones, state's attorney I to tour through the country to the Graystone Hotel Wednesday eve- Tribune"announces editorially' that S.. Grocery j [ ;

from Orlando, is in the city on court J. Triplett and the Seminole Land and ,
Providence, R. I., where they will ning.A. ,
: business Investment have
I spend the surner. W. Sargent, of Avon Park, arrived company and Company that he will no parted longer I .............o..o..o. .. o..... .. ..
Frank Tatman, who has been ill for ( Monday for a brief visit with I..o.
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Bishop, who be editor of that newspaperIt' is
some time, was taken to a hospital at his Daughter, Miss Marion. His son, I .
have the winter months in this
I
" spent also stated that the .v
disagreementarose
Orlando last week. I( A. W. Sargent Jr., who is employedin .
left for St
city, Monday Petersburg. over political differences.
White salt meat per pound. 15c. ate 1 Their daughter, Miss Marlea, will not tho postoffice department at "The
Gainesville him here Lyric" CASINO
Tuesdayand
joined \
Taylor's Cash Grocery, join them until June.A .
accompanied his father ,home on
Mrs S. W. Lawlcr has returnedIi pleasant auto party from Nar- Thursday. (FORMERLY'THE DIXIE) .
homo-after an extended visit with relatives coosee Friday were Mr. and Mrs.; 1 Are Your '
Dick and Mr. Bowen of \
.in Ft ' Desmond Little Miss Madeline Hill Halliday will reduce the priceof Saturday
( lIyen'1! ,i 1 ,i !;:., I ,
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Fort few this .
Myers'spent a days .
Electric
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Lights' .
and C. E. Buckley. They were dinner "
;I; ,, ,-C.R. Layton, a prminent"attorneyof week visiting Mr. and Mrs. ''IC. admission to Matinee" 3:30 P. M. '
the Graystone Hotel. ,
'fsf; ;I Gainesville, was a'business .visitor' gueeb'at Stanford. Mn;. Halliday Is'."'nephew Out of Fix? 7:15 P. M. i '

.fq Kissimmee Monday. Mrs. J. D. Reeee, accompanied by of Mr. Stanford and together with > 5c TO ALL Night r I

Granulated sugar a pound 9c, at her daughter, 'Mrs. James Johnston, Mr. Bowen he will tour the East Call Osceola Electric Co. _, ,

Taylor's Cash Grocery. left Tuesday' for Orlando to spend Coast by Automobile before returningto C. E. GARDNER Mgr. except on nights when Alexander Dum os'I I
several weeks with her son, J. H. '
' Fort Myen. there are extra attractions Story with
J. I. Sumner has purchased the residence n.eese. of the Reporter-Star. Mrs. House Wiring Fixture
formerly owned by W. A. Sessions .Johnston will return today.J. B. F. Lester of Montgomery, Ala., and Repairing such as "The Orrin Johnson .

' on Maple avenue. and W. G. Murphy, of Enfanta, Ala., Girl and the Game." Adaptation from "The zMusketeers"
Hardy Walker, of Bassenger, :are guests at the Manhattan Hotel 119 BROADWAY These will a
'. C. E. Boyer and family left Sun- I was among the visitors in the city 'while buying'a shipment of cattle for prices con-

day for hia' former home in Chicago this week. Mr. Walker is one of the the New Orleans market They are tinue throughout the Alive with Thrills

where they: will reside. (prominent citizens of the southern 'also engaged in selling horses and I summer. and Action .

Reed's Butter Nut Bread is just part of the county and has many mules and expect a car load from and

s what you need. Try it.-15-2t friends here who are always glad to Texas in arrive in 'a few days.T. .
see him. See that Wonderful Also Chas.
Mrs. V. Wiggins and children left C. Fouts has traded his residence Murray,

!' Monday: for Dover, where they will Our prices are low in comparison on Broadway to A. Dow, ofLudingt Serial t Picture Better known as

visit relatives for some time. to the high grade of work wo can n, Mich.,-who will come heroto (.Hogan)

I furnish yoju' in engraved cards, announcements live next fall. Mr. Fouts left "GRAFT"Beginning In a Two-Reel t
left Monday for '
j: B. Ballard
and invitations. Call,at
about three weeks ago for Ludington
S. C., where he will Keystone Comedy"Fido's
Spartanburg at the Valley Gazette office and Mrs. Fouts left Monday to
several days on business. Friday
spend samples. join him. Kissimmee people, gener- Fate"I

1 Otis Stevens of the Palace Drug ally will regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. MAY 5th
Dr. Rudolph Goldstein, a well
.' store, spent Sunday with his father 'of Fouts and especially will they be
known who
optometrist Tampa,,
and other relatives at Wauchula. missed in the work of the Methodist
\ formerly made regular visits to Kis-
'. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crawford spent' simmoc, committed suicide in Tampa church, where they were always ac I GUS BE ALL
tivo.
I several days in Jacksonvillo this Tuesday morning by cutting his _
week, combining business with pleasure. throatL. t

, J
'. B. Scott assistant pomologist
J B. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Departmenb Think of It!
has. been ill several days this vMs x 0 0 00 0 6 C .
of Agriculture, here eJOSEPH j jLet
i IM week, but was able to be at his. office last Friday and spent several! hours Two New Styles ; dRf i1ST f'

; Tuesday. traveling' about the county with B. E. Every Week INSURANCE
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Mayor H. R. May returned Monday Evans, county farm demonstrator. '
to Ocala, Surety no woman n.... bo bohlnd IHo insure your Life Health Property: 1,
evening from a week's trip us your ,.your
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1 Ladies' house dresses, $1.60 value, time nowadart waist tyl.e'anyhow.Thr
., Gainesville, Alachua and other points 98c at Gilbert's. are. two now atria' of U,. Fora : JONES: Information in regard to property for
'. on business. waist' In .aAL- AO onvolooo ovorr'
..... sale and rent cheerful'y given. '.
Attorney Lee Jarrell to Arcadia was for yo to ehooo from ontho I
went
left for her
Mrs. A. A. Wemple sam day they aro tHown Fifth '
home In Chicago Tuesday after last Friday on legal business.He A........ Now York., on Candidate In addition to flfteewother good companies;we :\\.4

wtih her sister returned Sunday to take his examination the well known -- .
spending the winter now represent! : .r
as second lieutenant in the State Attorney
c Mrs. Belle Modie. local military company. Monday he HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO.: ofNew.Yor l

Ferdinand Bullock receiver of the went to Arcadia again to" attend to Democratic Primary :K:>> G.a.GN': .a.iI '
?'( Lynn Haven Bank and Trust Company business matters.W. I : (It;

was here from Lynn -Haven June 6, 1916 Second floor Citizens Bank Eldg. Kfesinunte, fto.. : I l
business.A A. Joiner, Buperintendcnt of the
Monday on \ city/ electric light and water plant (Pt l<1 Advertisement) ....... ..4.... >. .......t.............. . ... ..... .

fine baby girl was born to Mr. who is spendjrig some time In Georgiain .,
and Mrs. Edgar Katz Sunday at their I I
the hope of benefiting hie health,
will bet .
street She '
home on Bryan t.
is improving and was granted further ;

named as Miss Dorothy. lief of absence' by the city council at : SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coarsey, O. II. its session held Tuesday evening. I. tk* "SEA4PAc": ,Emlop '' "
.,.,.g. =. AT, 'THE' ===== s ,r'
T Pindire and G. Q. Ramsay were an Prof. J. W. Simmons and wife, eon...t. yo( walnty and ,....... ThoMA.LPAO .,i '

auto party spending Thursday night Miss Mollie E. Ray and Miss Eunice onv.l.oa to peer ___.....:', .
.
,at the Graystone Hotel. that tho Forn Walit... hot boon. ...... GRAYSTONE HOTEL I
of were in the! .
DeLaney Orlando, "
hv _.' .. ---I -. '. "H L., 1"h lx
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, Charles Pen elcJ. of the Winches city last Friday at the invitation. of a r r loo only W.OO-Mo' that. wonoorful.In .' .

;_4 ter Arms Company; R. E. Mann, ofit Prof. Evans, to attend, the 'declama .I...... ,..........,_ ,__.. ..-.I j ; week and "

I 1\ "&V the Remington U-M-C people, together tion contest and.to award tl
a with delegation from the gun Prof.. Simmons i* superintendent;of TteQuatttyStorejRC. ; '",

'x ,, clubs, of a St. Cloud, Orlando and this the schools of Orlando and Misses : c.! :, O.J": ;; PIERCE ,: Manager: *

.thoot hart Ray and DeLaney aro both connected 5w; DAm( rH .
will have a'practice , :oJ -
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city/1 ; . ,.
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I afternoon.' ,1't '<. with,i the '.aeb oJ.'I' there,. '>. i I v'tI.a., V-" \:
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J THE FRIDAY, MAY S, 1'11.,
PAGE 6 K1SSIHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ,
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I the city, lets any unpaid bills due the--0..00000000..0..00.- ....- hibition shall wave-a. white flag of."Safety ,. been a hard struggle to pay renta"and

.:.t REGISTRATION BOOKS city for current. In the case when a .' .frw.C.T.U.I Always. other bills. For thirty-five years, he
# meter is already installed and is the 0 NOTES OF MEETING OF 0 ,/ COLUMN"Though I I insists; he has been working for the ,
P. COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS. 4i nothing;:;; ;: and the landlord, and \now he
n SHOW GAIN IN VOTERSLARGEST property of the user, it will be accepted 0 .. "There's the saloon business ,brewery
.done. .
'
in lieu of deooslt ill
by the city a ..0000..00..0..0.. .. _a woman tempted man to I I in Chicago, explained Tommy i I time the rent was due or1'
The exact amount of the deposit to be bad O'Conner, for thirty-five years a saloon "Every
eat; I have 'heard that Eve
never
myself .,
.
LIST OF REGISTERED required has not yet been determined . Attorney W. B. Crawford, reprenaentlng keeper in that city, as he filed:a the 'brewery bill I worried' -' .
anything to do with his drinking he O'Conner. "Now let I :
ELECTORS EVER RECORDEDIN Willie Williams, of Bassen ; in in the United sick, said Mr.
v petition bankruptcy
appeared beforo ., Ule'County took to that of his notion." the landlord and the brewery do the
OSCEOLA COUNTY' NOW The council approved the new plan ger I own District court In'which he listed his '
.' QUALIFIED TO VOTE AND and instructed the committee,:to arrange Commissioners Monday,. and'requellt. :....:-- liabilities *s. $34,893.15 'and assets as worrying and see how they'll like IF"

TOtAL OF ALL PARTIES IS for the purchase of the necessary ed that the permit issued to him fora Saloon Licensee Slump Bargain $000,000. Mr. O'Conner, who now ; -.-- :
1842. water meters. The systemwill toll bridge dyer the Kissimmee river -,. has been decided to hold meet
same It
y A saloon license in Chicago costs, owns two saloons', has in times past -.rings
be amended in order to include U he
) the
be adopted as regards water meters had as many a's four at one time, but, but once a month through s
the office correct descriptions of the location of fl.OOO, but the holder, in the 'palmydays
books ct
The registration Heretofore water rates have the last two or three years it has summer-oh the last Friday.
i
of C. %V. Griffin, supervisor of !depedned upon the number of. openings ,- the bridge. This the board allowed. of theliquor traffic, has often ,

:g. registration, closed last Saturday at In use,J but this has been found I sold one for $2,50Q.. There has come "

6 o'clock, showing: a total registration to be an unfair system of charging Miss Marion Porter, representingthe la slump, however, 'and licenses have ,
of 1,842, the largest. In the history of the water user and the meter system young ladies class of the Presbyterian -{(depreciated in value ,40 per cent. The CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER! '

d Osoeola county. The last few days of j{recommended as more equitable. A Sunday( school, appeared be-'' liquor Interests of Chicago and Illinois IMi{

registration were especially ,heavy fixed charge will be' made' for a cer- I fore the board on Monday and presented feel themselves to be under the ';

ones for Supervisor Griffin. I tain number of gallons per quarter the facts relating to a destitute I I shadow of coming events. The W. C. MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES .f I

The registration fcy precincts and and collected in advance. If the couple, living in North Kissim-j,IT. U. of the state pertinently reminds .
than t.hlallot.ed moe. Miss Porter stated: that if mon- them of last i
follows year's
parties ; user consumes more -speaking
Precinct No. 1 (KlssimmedDcmocraU number of gallons a fixed charge per ey could be secured:! for railroad spring election-that h
2i Pro- tickets to Savannah, Ga., the couple "Dodsoi's Liter Ton Starts Your Liver Tone!' I tonight. Your cI rUJ'li tit, or dealer|
.I 688; Republicans, ; thousand gallons excess will be I "Mary had a little voto M-lls you a 60() rent bottle> of DotlHun's 1
freflclves, 1; Prohibitionists, 3; Socialists charged. These amounts and chargesare could be cared for there by relatives | Which roamed the state about, Better Thai Calomel and You Don't Liver 'Jom< under my ,personal I luonvyback -
: 3; Independents, 1. yet to be ,determined. The board voted to purchase tickets And everywhere that voto got in guarantee that <>"cli .] x.nful will i)
4 Precinct No. '2 (Shingle Creek)- for the couple. The Sunday school John Barleycorn got outUnion !"' Lose a Day's Work clean jour BliiKgiiili. liver letter. than a
class provided food and clothing tor done of nasty calomel!! am) that it won't;
Democrats 37.
t | Signal.
CITY GETS BARGAINSIN ths couple and they were sent to Sa- make. you sick I
,
Precinct No. 3 (CampbcT Station) Liven up your luA'jllAb liver! Feel Dod on'a Liver Tone Is real liver
vannah on the night train Monday. floe and cheerful make work a t
rtDemocrats, 61. ) your
I mt'liirine.'ou'l\ know it next morning # ,
The First" idea has taken
"Safety be and full of ambi
No. 4 St. Cloud Democrats pleasure; vigorous will wake feeling line,
Precinct ( )- PAVING BRICKS Ix-raiiM" you up ,
such a hold upon business corpora- tion. Hut take Jio nasty, dangerous lipudiieheand (
Clerk J. Ovorstreet instruct will Iw
wan liver working
Pro- ;
525; Republicans, 157; calomel because it make yoU ,sick and jour
ed the board to ask tho State tions, railway companies, etc., thnt dizziness gone; utoiliaoh will lxkHcet ,
by
.
gross!vee, 13; Prohibitionists, 5; Independents you mar lone a day's work.e.lom..1 .
for permission to extend I we find in factories, experts employed it nuickiilvrrwhich : and bovvvU regular
13. Through a deal closed at the ses- Comptroller mercury or .
tat I large salaries to plan safety de- causes necrosis of the bonmt. ; Ik+dsnn's Liver Tone U entirely v<-m> Stable
the time for taxes )
Precinct No. 5 (Deer Park)-Democrats sion of the city council Tuesday nightall paying thirty days i harmless and not
for the employf Railroads Calomel crashes into sour bile like therefore con!
52.Precinct. the paving brick culls along the making the final limit Juno 1st. I vces have Safety commissions composed dynamite, breaking it up. That'. when" nalivate.. Give it tu your chili,'u.
A No. 6 (Whltf.cr: )-Demo- Orlando-Kissimmee brick highway, I I you feel. that awful nausea and cramping.! Million of people,, are lining l>o.I oll'"
" crats, 100; Socialists, 3. were purchased by the city from the The Board received petition froma of their most intelligent and up-to. Listen to met! If you want, to enjoy liver Tone inntead of dangerous cnloinrlnow. t
date men, to provk'o' for the safety of the nicirat, gentlest liver and bowel Your .tlriiKKidt. will tell you that 't
number of residents in and
for, : near
Alabama S1250\
Precinct No. 7 (Bas )-Democrats Paving Company
: 3nger both property and life. The coat ,in cleansing you ever.experic.xl just, takea the cal of Calomel i I. aioioot stopped
:' 63; Projrresslvoo, 1, per thousand. It is estimated that Basscngrcr requesting that W. S. spoonful of harmless Uodson's.Liver. entirely here. }
there of Pearce be paid for work he had doneon money value alone, to say nothing of
Precinct No. 8 (Narcoosgee)-Democrats are some 12,000 or 14,000
30.Precinct. these bricks. which the city teams the road from Bas engcr to the precious lives, has become too greatfor + e
rl river. Tha board refused the corporations to pass unnoticed, ... .... .A .. .... h
to "I
No. 9 (Lokosce)-Demo- will haul here for use in repair work pay "' V'l""l yft V\J 'q }. .' 'V'q
l crate, 19.Precinct. and for building crossings connecting bill on the ground' that it was done hence the "Safety First" movement
all over our land. Our faith reaches
No. 10 (Mulberry ) sidewalks and pavements at street without authority and after Mr.
Democrats 24 Republicans, intersections.The Pearce had been told that the county to the glad day when the Stars and

1 trrossives, 2; Socialists; 1. Sink-I; street committee was! also instructed would not authorize it. ;I Stripes shall float over a land free
Total by parties- ; to take up with M. 1C. j I i from the taint of liquor, when! pro- W. L :Douglas Shoes

\ Republicans, 194; Progressives, 17; Stephens" freight agent of the Atlantic GROWERS WATCH FOR 1 f
I
Prohibitionists, 8; Socialists, 10; Independents Coast Line railway, the matter of TilE PECAN HUD WORM

b. 14. Grand total, 1842. the purchase of a car of paving brick, No. 666 I
'r which was refused by the Alabama The average pecan grower! pays ForMeD
( I'aving Company on account of being very little attention to the p can bud This i. a prescription prepared especially H

OFFICIALS NAMED FOR damcged in a wreck. The railroad I worm. He should, however because for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. '
Five or six dote will break care, and
any
company has asked the city to makea it impairs.the growth of the troo. It if liken hen a. tonic the Fever will not FYa

PRIMARY ON JUNE 6TH bid on the car load, payment to be is especially hard on young trees. return. It,acts on the iver better than
1r made only for whole brick, broken The trees depend on, the leaves to Calomel and does not ripe or sickea. 25c

ones to be free eluboiliet food. The l bud worm at- Best Value on Earth

Officials to have charge of the tacks the unfolding !leaves and killsor .
I
t Democratic primary election to be held blasts them. When the insects are a

',. on June 6th were selected by the PAVING ASKED FOR numerous they will seriously interfere .... ;

Board of County Commissioners at with the nutrition of the plant.J = ATS3.5O=

k- their session on Tucsday morning. I ON SPROULE AVENUEProperty R. Watson, entomologist to the
lr, The inspectors and clerks at the University of Florida Experiment

.g. various polling places in Osceola Station, recommends that the trees

t, county will be as follows: owners living on Sproule be sprayed with lead arsenate. Use Pv

t Precinct No. l' (Kll8immee-J.) E. Avenue, including W. B. Makinson, N. one pound of lead arsenate powder or

Lupfer, II- N- Bratton and W. G. Ian- B. Carson Baptist Church, and E A. two pounds of the paste to 50 gallons I

i: king, inspectors. and W. T. Makin- Neimeyer, presented a petition to the of water. It is well ales to add j

,t eon, clerk. city council at the meeting held Tues tho milk obtained from slaking two -:- ...-

Precinct No.' 2 (Shingle Creek- day night asking that it be paved pounds of stone lime.

I. P. Tison, J. H. ,Joiner and G. C. from Pleasant street to, Hand street -

Bronson, inspectors ,and A,, II.' Fox. and thence to the A. C, L. right of H. C.
clerk 'Fl, !, : /):,. \ ..,.:.' way. "- ,' i i STATESBORO MINISTER STANFORD COMPANY 9

Precinct: No.j.3j,(Campbell' ;\ )-D. ,H. 'The matter 'was'referred to the

{ L.nier1I, -.. E,|BrownrandJ''WLColp" financeandgtreeticommittees4to\ ; 1 ;,act *i fc: ., ", GETS REAL HELP .
line, lnhpectors7"and( J'ArBronson. ; in conjunction.' ": "Itlis likely, If the -
i clerk. city can find the funds to pay for its Rev. J. Powell Tells How lie Found
Precinct No. 4 (St. Cloud-Lynn) one-third of the paving, that the work New Strength to Give to
; Daugherty, T. N. Farr, Ralph Reynolds His Labors.
I e will be ordered.Invigorating I Rev. J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga., v
s inspectors, and Harry Goss, suffered from stomach troubles so seriously -
9 clerk. to the Pale and Sickly/; that they affected his work.
t Precinct No. 6 Deer Park B. C. He struggled: on under the handicap
j )t.; ) ( )- The Old SUndird general itrencthenlnr tonic : Amos The of the world
best he could 'hardly realizing, Ernest
.ouiM.Isria.e.dcbe.lbe 1 as -
:t ' Raulerson, N. S. Blount, W. M OROVB'8 TA8THUKSH blood chill..ndbulMiupthecyi.lm. TONIC perhaps, just how much his sickness eyes
F :, Avant, inspectors, and M. W- Simmons A true tonic. For aduHi and children. sue was hurting him. An Experienced: Man for ,
clerkPrecinct .. One day he learned of Mavr'a Won I
1. No..6 (Kenansville-A. E. derful Remedy. He took the first dose, STATE COMPTROLLERYOUR the who
:'; :'1)888, S. II. Fertic and R. V. Phillips, -then decided to take' the full treat-. STATE AUDITOR FOR 12 are on man

j' J inspectors, and Randolph Young, Removal NoticeWe ment."Since He using wrote the: six bottles of your YEARS. KNOWS THE WORK
clerk. OF COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE
wonderful remedy I feel like anotherman.
A 't t r Precinct No. 7 (Bassenger)-C. W. It has been quite a wonder to THOROUGHLY. FROM ACTUAL
t 5 Jlilliard, W. W. Chandler, C, B. Rau. me to know how one could have a EXPERIENCE. I WILL APPRECIATE
stomach disease like mine and live
i lerson, inspectors, and JS.. Underhill have moved from our and do the work I did. I jast escapedthe YOUR VOTE. SAVESAUSE
clerk. operating table. (Paid Adv..rtl."tnent) r
Precinct No. 8 (Narcoossee)-H.L former location on Darlington "Now I can eat what I please asd
"1 > HuH, R. L. Evans and M. L. Tin- Avenue to 22 Stewart it doesn't hurt me night or day." -
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
t dall, inspectors, and C. B. Buckley, Avenue; where we have permanent results for stomach liver
t I", clerk. larger quarters. and intestinal ailments. Fat as much
Precinct No. 9 (Lokoseg)-II. and whatever you like. No more dis.

Cannon, G. W, Fertic and F. M:Edris, tress after eating, pressure of gas in for a moment young man
the stomach and arouod the heat. Get ,
inspectors, find R E. Willis, clerk.
J' Pretinct No. 10 (Mulberry Sink- Call and See Us try one it bottle on an of your absolute druggist guaranteeIfnot now and M. w fi a thought to ', self. The

1;'. ('C. T. Sullivan, M. L. Coxsmd J. W. satisfactory money will 'be re that confront st
problems
) (campbell. -inspectors, and P. J. Dai- turned. you now, or
t,. For sale by J. Z. Robertson and nil We carry all the t
; ley, clerk.WATER. other reliable druggists. and leading varieties and utand--that will a few years hence.Look .

PRESSING: AND CLEANINGAs .. have been tented
and known to be 1
METERS TO BE It Should Be Done' .nil adapted and climate.to our about you-die men of affair in country, state, nation-ye*,
Vie fl aa MOW makeImmediate in the world are the men who started to save early in life. F
.
salP.c.t .
I ..
- For Congress of all the
BY CITYThe
{ INSTALLED !? r, fcved.seasonable crop They have the respect and confidence of the community. ".

THATS OUR BUSINESS Fourth District fsl'ICI I ,
electric light and water committee ) P"''''VIITS l Then look on the, other aide-at the fellow who spend all tl rake B

\. of 'the city council reported to FORREST LAKE No. 1 NORTHCAnOI.nrA tI'N -they may hare a rood time for a while, but wiat does tk .!r \

, that body at the meeting of Tuesday and the Ama11Apanish personality reflect?
night that a decision had been reach- KissimmeeDry Two
;; ed to put the users of city water on ofSanford I Crop A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the }

the meter system. Cleaning WorksR. I HRKD. ftnnrum"onN.11.Millet ...-- nucleus of an honorable, independent career. .

' ; The report also included a recommendation ger, Weed.ORAKS,' !IlDAN'RhodeaGroup. Make your befianing BOW-today. Your '.'

I that a change be made in A. SNYDER Prop. II Chilf.., bank book win pare the way '+.
,
(Pill Mnrllmtirt) (COWPBA K..trll' .
t Jhe method of handling the electric ("ern. 'Y"'I'YET
In Heretofore I'. 1Re IlKANfl. Upland
,' light meters now use.
and Lowland Seed a
f! the,meters have been the,property of -- --- --- - - Rice.
the uMrsIn tenant property especially TOMATO PI.ANTH State Bank
the city has suffered heavy losses LI.haatea ft..t
..d tee Kam..
by unpaid,billsTo eliminate this ,.J... "...
a : Ions the committee has decided to require S. FLOYD of KissimmeeCapital 1'
Writ u. for ,
a ,deposit from every user of .......klyprl".II.IonrJ ,

electric current, to'$ paid when the Deaver In ;: r Seed Feed Grain.andC i stock: ---------__________. ________100000.00
jurrent is first turned ors,; and the 8u..I1.. Ouraerlptlve de- Resources aver
-
pI C ---------- 400000.00
''' city to furnish the meter, which will Groceries Hay Grain and Feed t! free on requelt.IDRmTSTPOOLTITrm catalog. ?-.
always remain tls property. When ,' Officer and Db cton. '

the user of electricity becomes a non- 1 , C,A. CARSON. Prase J. M. LEE ":
'i ,0" Maker tsar h.n.4T. ,, Vic. Prest.
:
'' mere be may collect his deposit from .. _Cti. er.Bro. dt ay aft. d Dalkin A ve. .,i. i M. KATZ. 2nd Vie. PnaL 1

,,.. Oalal-4. TM Dew Wet Affect Tea Mat. l fr U- yo rYour T Next'Ord "r Por Feed SEED C ROMA THOMAS Cashier >A
'feee..M ot Me tonic and tazattv** OomiNE la bitter UIM oniiMr* r7 + lACKSOHVILLr.Fl.OUJpA.r f
BKOMO > '
.OvlalBW ...,**** ... ..w MTKMUBM. *.Ot v \,
r. nn
i "1iIIa/1. ,s.-ber theU ass g
..eZ .s.r the....earner o1,.& W. oaovu._ _$3!, ... h 1 .At'--- "If" ....-' .1 r.vl/v rr, w ;tt (I .. I -,. '-
,
\ f 7' ?' 0 ,
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k a AT,1NAY: '511lf6.; ; ... ",,; ..."", );.' tHE 'K1SSIIHUE.VALLEY' ,CAIITTI., ,\ y. .... PACEr

., ,.
---- ',': ,L ,jiy,.,,., mM"".->T" .
,. x
-
' .. '- '- no -- ' -'- - to the r -
4- : : granting Better of Admlnlsratlin cause In the court aforesaid, on or
i: ,vwlthwill annexed. .a said before .. .. th.' <
,
: A estate otherwise .the rwune will ; b* A. D. 111.ond.lj.._
rrant 4 >to said John( ,8. 'Cad.l or' to wilt- ,In due '
BIG M. E SUNDA Y SCHOOL GLASSEStCELEBRA some other-.j)fit person or ,; taken a. eonftssed

i ;. ,' + ofltheeCounty'name aforesaid as his!; (h.Judge llth .IT. IS .FURTHER

day" of'Aprll. JL D. 'UI': ..
this order be
OPENING I 8RAL.) T/-il." MURPHY for eight .. ....
TE. CLASS ROOM it County ;Judge.OHDlNANCn Klsslmme. Valley .

.\ .

If, : i Count newspaper of Osceola In the ::

. F.' A.' Orl.._' t* Farther Kegiilate id WITNESS'
. I .... ,Mr. lUak W...... the let_ Limits !. JAMES I
:. W
.. .. the : ... : "'...';;.t'. ,. :. : hereof aid .Court, and and the my... I 1
.' -- .. ...1;:. ,-.. IT ORDAINUD By the Council cult Court at
,: of the "
City of Klsslmmee'Section :
: . ,, :: 1. That It shall b. hereafter 'County Klorkta.' on '
\>f March A.TJ. '
t'. '"- r. 1'$ _'iot ..: ", to erect for any any Blacksmith person or shop persons or (Ct, Ct 8..1) J..L. .
-- A. Clerk I
;. ," ", : Wheelwright .hop within the Fire. By JAMES :M ,
Limits, or to engage In any business
. L" .. necessitating the use of M forgewherein A.
) Johnston A Garrett,
:
.
,. lire for heellnd'metals Is accelerated A. Counsel for :
:
by' bellow or other. artificial |

t" shall devices! first Unless have u made: 'written or persons NOTICE! Of (
application
... to the. Building Committee, set (F.. In.sl

F t ting out shop the or exact place location of business of the proposed and- I. C..rt' .f 'C*;a<;: \ ,

sntit Committee shall have Klerlaa. Osee :
ed the Incatlon'ann shall have ;advised
the fire risk to adjacent I. re e...... *f ....
1
; bondings would not' be Increased by Notice I.' hereby
: : ;:.
the erection and maintenance of It ,
< : said place of business wherein. or October A. D.
said, forge would be operated to the Honorable T. = '1
and shall have granted to aald applicant of said Court, as .:r d :
f. 1 1 a pVrmlt for the operation of acid my find discharge
. 1 fnrge.. It shall b. wholly within the ot the estate of
discretion of the said Building Committee deceased: and that .
: UiL ... to whether the operation of.u..h counts resent ':1 said : :
forge at the point designated a. d I W
would Increase the fire riskto neigh. and ask for their .
boring buildings Dated April ,
Section I., Any person or persons, rdr: !: ,
Including I agentof .a corporation t-lamoCmo
violating section shall be fined 1
not exceeding 0.1141 or shall be ImRrlsoned GVARniANm '
In the calaboose not ."ee..dh T'UN.rOR .. "
days at hard labor or both, LA"
it :::
line and Imprisonment (In the dl.crellon .-
:, of the court Provided however Notice I. hereby. .
thl. ordinance Shall not affect 17th day of May
.!t TRs, any person or persons already owning! apply to ': ; !
t and operating I forges In said Fir. County Judge In
Limit. County, Stat of
Upon motion duly seconded and In Klsslmmee. In l\\

", rag unanimously passed the foregoing1 ordinance order authorising.
r a, was by unanimous consent ordered D. H. Derrlckson, a
R T- to Its second reading and passedin mind to sell. at I
open. session by a unanimous vote. lowing property
(Seal. ) O K. KR1BBR. estate of said D. H !
President of the City Council All the right
Attest: of the City of aid ward In and to I
J. R. GILRTCRT, KI..lmm. scribed real. estate I
Clrk. Approved' Osceola, State of

. .. _, .. ......._ _. . Mayo"of. Lots numbered :!
'1.rI<:"rO . a ll-St Kl.. mr .... Block SOS of the
,. Thl. S4h day of
\
It is built almost entirely of cypress -NOTICIII T6 A. T,
)
; With about seventy-five members S. W. Lawler. CREDITORS "-51

present the' Baraca Claps and Business The above photograph shows the' lumber bungalow style with shingle IN .COURT'OF1 THE COUNTY JUDGE

1 Men' Class of the Methodist two classes together on the porch of siding. In addition to the class room STATR OSCKO1.A! or COUNTY FLORIDA Cms DM Son*. Otktr i

the class room building which I. re R....e .f Jamb Wheeler The worst
the new
,. Sunday school celebrated open there is a comfortable porch and a To all Creditors, Legatees Distributees are cured e-tt: : *
ing of their new class rooms on Sunday was erected on the lot to the north of and all Persons having Claim or Portsf Aatlerptle He ;
: church The new building I kitchen at the rear so that the build- Demands Against said Estate: Pala sad Heals at the. ; ? ..
the building.
April 23rd. The Baraca class You. and each of you are hereby

is by Prof. R, M. Evans and is 40 by 25 feet in size givingtwo ing call be used for social functions notified and required to present. any --, r
taught
the Business Men's Class by the Rev. I class rooms each 20( by 25 feet. of the church and Sunday school. I ':'r"n you demand, may have which agafnst you the or Y

estate' of Wheeler, deceased late
,. of ( d"n ;
-------- ) Florida
---------- - '
,

For Member of National J>"mo..rallcCommJIt..eC' You and each of yogitnr, hereby notified deratrned.within two tears from the. date hereof., Select Homes q

''''. and r .nuirfd" to prfKr'nt; any claims Dated March Xrd A. 1> 1816.R. ,
THOMAS RE-APPOINTED For Presidential Electors-Six. and demands which. you. or either of T. RUTI.KR.
Lots
For Slate Executive Committeeman >ou may have against the estate olMargaret I!.9t Executor. Vacant
One.For. E. Kochenderfer I dec..astkd,
'1 Congressional. Committeemen late of Oscrola Count>'. Florida. to the '
CITY TAX ASSESSOR Fourth Congressional I..trlet-on.. undersigned executors of said estate. ADMINISTRATION CITATION MRS. '

Inspectors and Clerks are hereby within two years from the .date hereor.Vat..d ... ..
la ( ef .1' Cmmmlf Jadge. State olKlrida 608 PenfteW
May 8. A. 1> 1916.
''' to said primary
served last election 1 for t .rvar' u. election districts !. HUT80N Oseela Cvaiajty.
who
1. tAMP4'III
A. E. Thomas
(
\\ HUTt4UN.Executor.: .
follow.Precinct :
as Estate ef Dale Ora.._. '
tax assessor of the city was No. 1. Klsslmmee K. ,
as HY -- ----- ---
THE JUUUB OK SAID
year COURT
.. Lupfer, H N llratton and W. .G Han- Crawford & Jarr..n.Allorn..y. !
the Whereas, Jackie Ann Oraham has
to the position at for Executors I0-8t
re-appointed T. Maklnson
and W.
kins Inspectors,
: applied to this Court for Letters of
meeting of the city council held Tues- l'Ierk. Administration on the estate of Dalma When
Precinct I Shingle Creek-I P. NOTICE TO MTOCKIIO(.IERS. .
: Graham deceased late of said County yo
day night. Tlson, J. H 3ol-t' and O. C Hronson.Inspectors of Osceola.; H

in recogllit" and A' H Fox, Clerk KI..I___. Klortda. These are, therefor. to cite and admonish ,
This action was taken Campbell 11. H lnler *-
No S, -
Precinct May a. A. D. IS-I*. all and singular the kindred r
tion of his services during the past H. E. Brown and J.V.. Collin., T. All the rkhvl4ers of the .(1.. andcreditors of .aid deceased to be
Inspectors. and J. A. Bronson Clerk. .1__... ("'1.. C.rpuyrYou and appear before this Court on or
His salry will be $300. -reclnct No.4. St. CloudLynn110ugh..rty. are hereby notified that -
year. pursuant before the llth day of May A. D.
T. N. Farr and Ralph to written direction. of the Boards 1116 and file. obJection If they II I
in tho Charlotte Reynolds. Inspectors, and Harry loss, Directors, rndM' rl request to me.a have, to the granting of Letters any o
Improvements Clerk.Precinct. Special e the Stockholdersof ; Administration on said t&t.he, Ask for
Gorda district includea No B.Deer Park-Pet..r the Klsslmmee Club Company will wise the will bi
Ilarbor-Punta same granted to said !
Raulerson N. S. Blount and W. M. be held the KlsslmmeeClub.. Kls I
at Jackie Ann Graham, I
or to some other
bridge over the Peace river and Avant Inspectors. and M. W. Simmons .Imm..t\ Osceola County, Florida on fit person or persons W. make it. ,

hard surfaced roads to be 'built at a Precinct, Clerk No. S Keenansvllle E. I, <8:30) \P. A.m., O for Ills the purpose at eight-thirty of considering Witness the County my name aforesaid. a. County this the Judgeof 14th .V
.
Fertlo and It. V.; Phillips,
Bass S. H. the advisability of issuing
day of April A. lllf 0.
coat of 130000. K.
Inspectors, and Randolph YoungC bonds of the coTm..rtvn aggregate (SEAL) DT. M.MURPHY .
;
. amount of -ThousandDollara 1I-5t County Judge.I. fy't
Precinct No.7. Ba..ln..r--c. W. and securing the same by dd
Milliard. W. W. Chandler and S.C UnderhilL B.Raul..on. of trust upon the property now owned Clrvult Cr of <.. Bevesjth Jsidl.elal E. A. fy'I' ,
and J. -
Inspector.. hereafter. acquired by the
or
LegalAdvc.rtisemcnts company limit .f the State .f Flee.w ) .
Clerk. H. And for the transaction of any and all .. !. tad fe r Oaeela Cvaaty. '
Precinct No. t, Narcoo..ee-H. business pertaining thereto or .._.- IN CHANCEMY.Qraystms x'I
HulL R. U Evans and M. U. Tlndall.Inspector. In connection therewith.
sary
: : : ., and C.. B.. Buckley Clerk. JOHN D. CLARK, Held C..pa.y. a Florida }
Precinct No. S.> Lokosee -A- C. Oan- of the Klsslmmee Club i
Inspector. A* Secretary t. . *.. C*ss,lalsiaBit.n. .
llllllil'lrl..ililll' non. O. W. Fortlo. and F. M.Crks Company... tO-tt SUIT TO QUIET Tm.

._1111.. , Precinct.. and No.R 10 EL Mulberry Slnk-C. I ...... *1rl*. .aU.... "._"ay, Nal. .. :
NOTICH OV ADMINISTRATOR R..p..deets.ORDER :
MOTICH or PRIMARY ELECTION. '1'. Sullivan M. I* COK and J. W. Camp- FOR FINAL VISCHARGB ,
of PCBLICATION M.
bell. Inspector. and P, J.. D.U.y.CI..rk. :. .
w.. .. of the provisions of -
In .
pursuane !. O.. .f Commtr Jmtm. St.t..3 TO'ALL .
+ prlkmary WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.
ItlS. r.gulatlnK Snd of :
"th. Act of June, Done, and ordered this day
elections, notlc. I. hereby g vn A. D. 1111. at ,KlMlmmo FlorK. - --. Os.s.laf G..ty.I It appearing from ttI" sworn Bill of Real l''fst t r
that a primary election will .beheld May Complaint, filed In can. and .
In each election precinct) In Osceola :. L. LESLEY r. Estate .. ..*.. K ekieB.ereri there are persons Interested In thpr.prty .. ........ '
I. hereby given all whom
Involved In thl. .ult other
county onThe Chairman. Board of County Commissioners may the
Plnt T.e.a.y After ... Ftr.t .. I II It concern, that on JitM day than the known Respondents and that Realty bought .
Mtay I. J..*. A. n. ...*. I AU st J. 1.. I of August. A. D.T. 1.r'K S I .shall apply to th. name. of such person so Interest .
at which time In the several precinct I l t OVERSTREJCTberk.I the :Honorable . Judge of ed are unknown to'the Complainantand Houses rented.Taxes
e the elector qualified\ may vote therein said Court a. Judge ot Probate for that relief' la prayed In the said
choice, of f.r th* tar flnal discharge as Administratrix Rill of Complaint against the said un.. paid
office for their, respectively menoned a* fol- I MASTER* *ALBLNotice I with will annexed, of the estate o; kn'T..r. Respondent.', for ;
John Kochenderfer deceased; and that THEREFORE) ORDERED That -
low.t For United Btstes 8.nator--on.. : .nrr given that pursuant at the same time I will present to said all.'parties claiming interests In and Fin life
*.., to to a decree rendereby the r final accounts a. .Administratrix to the following described r.al property . : ei,
Fourth Congressional DistrictOne. ,Honorable James. W. 'PerklriYclaT'circuirVfthe .. Judge' of with: will annexed, of said .state actuated In the County of Dace surance..
of the Supreme Courtrwo. the 'Circuit Court < For Justice
'" State of'KTortda, Dated F..bruarYlIth. A. D. 11*. That Block ... Indemnity
: Gov.rnor--On. In and for Oseeola County. In Chancery -I MARGARET a KOCHENDERFER.Administratrix of the P.ar: Florida Railroad

.: For For Secretary of State-One, on the 4th day of May AD. ISIS. I IUr.ln..r" with Will .Annexed Company Survey of the town of
For Attorney O..n.raln. In the foreclosure case of Helen N. CRAWFORD JARRELL.Attorneys Klsslmmee City, described-. follows .
and Entella M. Bralnerd vsD.A for Administratrix. : -
For ComptrollerOne.For Blenls and Mary Louise' Blenls. I II 10-loamlmo Bounded on the Northwest by
For:: JfaTTsupTHnYendent; of Public M. wife. and Emily A. Blenls.; I aa Broadway street. on th. Northeast 04fP400e09 .
'In.t..u''tlon--on. Special I Master; In Chancery, on the I by Dakin avenue, on the Southeast a
Commissioner of AgricultureOne. first Monday In June the same beingthe NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR bv Tohopekallga Street on the
For. 6th day of June, A. D. 1510 and a FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Southwest; by Posse 1 avenue-be
For Railroad Commissioner... legal .ale day between the hours of log a tract of land Three Hundred C. "
For Adjutant O..n.raln.. 11 clock a, m. and hoJ : house atthe IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE, Feet Three Hundred and ; w.
feet .
InKlsslramee.
For State Ch..ml.tn.. front door of STATM OF FLORIDA, OSCBOLACOUNTY. one-half deep. I
., ForFor Assistant State Auditor- One. : Osceola County\ Florida The said lands I lying 'In Government II I
the Circuit, Court will -offer for sale to the nlsrhest and !. r* Estate ef RI.II. Pearsem.Notice Lot Four of Section. Twenty-
Seventh' Judicl.l: Circuit-One. best bidder for cash; the collowlnir described Is hereby given, to all whomIt two In Township Twenty-live Staple I
For State's' Attorney Seventh JudlcNlneteenth property situated In Osceola may concern that on the 10th day of .South. Range Twenty-nine East of
J.t lal Clrcult--<>ne. \ county and State of Florida: September. A. n. 111 I shall Judge to Tallahassee Meridian and being In
Ito at the northeast corner the Honorable T. M. Murphy. of
Senator' S."- : Oaceola County Florida
For State rl.\r.{ '
DI.trlct-One. of of Matthews' addition 1 to said Court as Judge of Probate, for my under George F. Goode. deceased. or G !
atorl.1
fi :
,"; For Member. State House of ReprecentatIvenOne. the. Town of Klsslmmee .City run westone final discharge as Administrator of theestate Minnie V. Goode, deceaaed. or otherwise .
hundred (100) feet thence southHfventyflve of Roslella Pearson deceasedand ; do appear. to the Complainant's
Supervisor of Registration. (75)) feet, thence. east one that at the same. time I will present Bill of Complaint herein filed. on or he
.For hundred. (100) feet: and. thence north to said Court my Anal accountsas for th. Ird day of July A. D. Ill*'
For County Jildg*--One. "Revi-nty-flve: ((75) feet to the place. of Administrator of said estate, and else In due course. of law, the said Bill Free Deliye..
Prosecuting Attorney ask for their aproval of Complaint will be taken .. cont.....
County efantednfhls
For )
the 4th day of Mav 1918. Dated March 8th. A: n Hid ed by all such. parties of :

. OniKor Sheriff-One. LEE JAMREI. A. E. DROUGHT. And it5 further Ordered that this
tr For Clerk: of the Circuit Court- Special. 1 Master In Chancery. Iz-oam6mo. Administrator. Order b. published once 'a week for
' KIUBHS & STEED twelve consecutive weeks In the KIs. "
Onee
4 of Taxes-OneKor Solicitors. for Complainant. 20-ot slmrnee Valley Gazette,
Assessor : a weekly I
.. For County I. Circuit (..!!. $tate. .f Florida,
l' County Tan CollectorOne.i Sevealb Jsidlelal (.resit. OsrevlaCkarles newspaper .h"o"t of genera
"" For County Superintendent. of Pub-. MAHTKH'S \\IAI! .":. circulation In the of Onceola
4 4'.a.ty. 1 c..r
, InstructionOne.No .. and State of Florida :
\L llc Commissioner. District Notice Is hereby given that pursuant WITNESSiTHE; HONOR ABT.F
. : or County to a final decree rendered by the R. Case,. C.saplalaaat JAMES: W. PERKINS. Judge. of theaald
"rounty Commissioner DI.trlcty. Honorable James W i erkin vs.Fa.ale. Court and my name a. Clerkthereof .
Seventh
For .
) of the Circuit Court of the B. Case Defeadast.It and the seal of the said Circuit GDBSOf}
No"For roifnty Commissioner Dl.trlct Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida.In affidavit Court on th. list day of March
appendedto
'
and for Osceola oUonttyt. In Chancery .PPblI'ft'f..yln A. D. 1911.
3One.For
f. N. County Commissioner. Dt.trlctDl.trlct on the lit day { A D, the the ahove.tatetcause (Ct. CL Seal) OVF.RRT EET.
Fannie E. Case the defendant Clerk
t 1111. In the foreclosure. suit ofV.. aOulce th.t A. of Raid Court.
; No.On. therein named. I. a nonresident ot: .
i.l v. Hclplo Lesesne. D Carroil By JAMES M. JOHNSTON
; For County Commissioner and D if Jenkins, I. C.s Special the State of Florida and I. a re.ldeniof .
A. Deputy Clerk
.
No 5One.For Surveyor-One, Mastery. In Chancery. on the first Monday the United State., and 1. over. the Johnston Garrett IS-ll
County of 'School Board. DI.- In June, the same being the 6th age of twenty-one years! It Is therefore A. Counsel for Complainant.
Member .
For day of June A. D. 1.U between thehours ) ordered that said nonresident defendant -

trlet No..mbfrnof School Board DI.- of 11 o'clock a. m: and I clock be and I. hereby required to I. ClmK Csir #.r tb* .,........ .11.".- Insurance ; s
For bill In
to l of Sled
complaint
at the front of the Court House .
tract No. 3One.e D. m., ::ld"a .. : or before Monday, the els.1 Llrealt f the Slate *.f Plerlda t
Osceola ,
door In Klsslmmee. county
Member ot School Board Dl.trForNCoun"TyUlCommltteeman. I. aaJ tee Waenla ( .i.. For Florida will offer for Mil to the highest Hth day of May A. D. Ills otherwise IN CHANCERY
p District and best bidder for cash, the following the allegation of said bill will betaken Protection
confessed. by said defendant
;0. I-On.. described. property as rays.... Betel Ca>aspa>y. a Flrld.
No. It Is further ordered that this orderbe
Committeeman Dl.trlct Beginning and one-half Cr.rattB fi lalaasj<, I-,
For County (5544) yards: :. iti.nlnt the southeastcorner published once n week for eightconsecutive Ns. SUIT !TO QUIRT TITL.R
weeks In the KissimmeeValley
NVor"rounty Committeeman District of the southwest quarter of the. Seth Fiends Rtdlreed Cesspiaay. et .
southwest quarter of section IS, township Gazette, a newspaper published ... Reap ....... )
No. 1One.For Committeeman District 1$. range *' east run thence In said County and State. URDBH OJ"PUBLICATION/
..count north seventy-nine. and one-half (T.W> This March Slth. 1111. .

f NOF rCounty; Committeeman District onehalfthence west .i'thence.south J. I.. OVERSTREKT TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY: CONCERN:
) yards, (Ct. Ct. Real) Clerk Circuit CourtO'RRYAN DAKIN
.r by the sworn Bill of 3
,:i.E- No. 5-One. Commltte.man District seventy-nln. and one-half' (79 H> for PLEDGER. If-St Complaint: filed: In this cause that the
County
For and Solicitors Complainant.
thence east sixty-nine one- Respondents. In thl. case, who are
N, -Couenty Committeeman District. trf.i. K) yards, to th. place of beginning - -' her.lnbelow named are person whose KISSIMMEE
1. For said land lying and being In CITATION OK AUM1NISTHATION, residences citizenship and ages" are
(:. No. 7One.For Committeeman District the County of Osceola. and State .of -' unknown to the and :
Countr Io'iorida. I. Cpt.f. the Cn y ....... State that relief I. bfol'Pttla.i:: \: suit
' N"For-Me.County Committeeman; Dl.trlctCommltt.eman lm'Dated this the 4th day of May A. D. ..( ....rI... Oaeewla C....,.. alti'4l1.tldheitEREFRE ORDERED

'' No. I--On. District LEWIS O' RY AN. Estate .f Harry W. T........ That Royal M. Pul.lfer and Clara 8.
*' .. For Count. JO-Bt Special Master In Chancery. BY THE JUDGE OF SAID COURT Pul.lfer. hi. wife and Edwin B. Has- To Drrr Out
No 10One.lfor of peac District No. Whereas.. John 8. Cadel "as applied I kell and Cella Ha.kell. hi. wife .Awl I
L Justice NOTICE TO CREDITOR... to this Court for t/ehtters of AdmlnIstratlonr Charles H. Andrews and Josephine An- ; '
tr -- with ,.will annexed the Take the Old ,
eJustlaS District No. on drews' Edward 8. Donglassand
f ".-: For of peace in COURT OF" TH C01TnY' 1110011Io; estate of Harry W. Thurman. deceased. ln'.lr.lttou: ; ., hi. wife. Lou TA8TBLES3 chill
1I--On.. pixnunAOBCKOUA -' late of said County of Osceola ise.
District No. TATE or, : ; C. Chapman and her husband If what tak
r. For .J utlc. of peac. CO I)MTV. These are, therefore to cite and admonish She b. married! Bouts Florida Railroad roa are I
For ,Delegate at Urge to the Nay I. r* Estate tt.rfmr.t to.ToallCr Keeh.- I 1 all and-slngnlar the kindred Company, a Florida Corporation and Misted o* every
derfe.': and creditor of .aid deceased to be Plant Investment Company. a Connsottcnt rtMsUn* and Iro 1 .
Itlonal Comenteon-Four.the Natlofal Con : dlto"rs.'Le.-atee's: tHstrlbate. end appear before this Court on or before Corporation. lie- ana they are The Dvlaloe .
For Dsiegale'te oege.a.lon and all Persons ".yln"", .Claim or, ,I the llth day of May. .ntlo" from theFourth Demand agalestsalSE.tate: ; and. Die objecUons.Jfany &they ha.T.. the, BUI of ,Complaint, Sled ,I-A ,this ,Xitt* boUds mo the I II ;
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*. ,.. THE"EISSIMMEEI- 5A' LLET GAZETTE.: FRIDAY, MAY.S. 1916.NSSMKI . l\-


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, "' MEN BUY POLICE SERGEANT FIRST SHIPMENT' OFS r I

ANNOUNCEMENTS

} OSCEOLACOLINTYLANDA. GIVES OUT FACTS I CATTLE GO TO TEXAS POLITICAL

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; . s., NELSON CLOSED DEAL SERGEANT PONDER OF POLICE SOUTIIPORT CATTLE COMPANY I FOR COUNTY'COMMISSIONER FOR SUPERVISOR FOR STATE SENATOR
.. iTo
WITH C. IL STRAUB SON. OF FORCE WAS IN BADLY RUN. SELLS S()0 HEAD TO B. F, LES -OF REGISTRATION the'Citizens and Voters of the

", !) KANSAS CITY. FOR ANDS DOWN CONDITION-TANLAC TER. OF MONTGOMERY; ALA. I hereby announce myself a candidate I am ''a candidate forth( office of Nineteenth Senatorial Distri IS ,,\

SOUTH OF SHINGLE CREEK. OVERCOMES TROUBLES. WHO WILL RE-SELL STOCK TO for the office of County Commissioner Supervisor of Registratltn( for Osce myself a candi q' -.
I hereby aifyounce
'WHICH WILL NOW BE DEVEL-' '. ---,- TEXAS CATTLE. FEEDING for district No. 2, subJoct to' ola vote County and and will in appreciate the Democratic your date for re4Actlon to the office of

OPED BY NEW OWNERS. If there 'Is. a man in Jacksonville COMPANIES. the action of the Democratic primary Primary, June support. State Senator'\from the Nineteenth
*
' I who is universally known and liked \ E. L..D. OVERSTREET.FOR EDGAR D. KATZ.. Senatorial District: of Florida, com;;"

,Osceola, county land has again attracted it is Willis Ponder, the well known The first shipment of cat.tle.off the prising! the counties of Orange, Seminole ,
,
another sLate of Osceola 'WM made COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I FOR SHERIFF
capital from police sergeant. Sergeant Ponder ranges county and Osceola, subject to the"ac
This time C.., II. Straub and son, of has been a member of the Jacksonville on Wednesday of this week when the hereby announce,,myself' candidate Democratic Primary to be
of the
Kansas City, have purchased' from A. police force for thirteen yea iii. Southport Cattle Company, of which for County Commissioner from To the People> of Osceola County: tion 6th. ;
held June
3., Nelson, of this city, a tract of His splendid record for efficiency and R} L. flyer, of Orlando, is presidentand District No.4, Osceola county, and I hereby announce that I am a candidate doubt are aware, ,a Constitutional r.p,
As no .
500 acres, located just south of uniform courtesy to the public have manager, loaded 300 head, purchased will appreciate the support of the for re-election to the office of you amendment will be' submitted ,,-:

Shingle Creek. The consideration'' of won for him a host of friends: and he by B. F. Lester, a prominent voters of that district in the approaching Sheriff of Osceola County, subject< to the voters at the next gen _

the deal is reported.jtoi have been $31- la highly 'respected and well liked by stockman and dealer of Montgomery, primary., I have served the-aetlon of the Democratic party at election to for a Senator
four years on the board and feel that the. ensuing primary. My record is eral providing !
p 000, Including a piece of improved all who known him. Alabama. ; i If the amend.
experience"will enable me to "ren before the people of this county andI from each county.and 1 .:
4 farmland in eastern Kansas. Although a man who has ordinarily Mr. Lester has been hero for sev my (term of office e
ment be adopted, my
.'Mr. Straub spent all last week In enjoyed very good health, Sergeant oral days negotiating; for the tattle! der bet.ter'aervlce to my constitu Invite the most searching investigation 1919. f

this city arranging the deal dad before Ponder has been' it\ great sufferer and closed the deal late last week. ents than ever before. of it If again chosen I promiseto will expire April,above if ,honored by
In view of the ,
leaving for home made arrange- from kidney trouble and other The cattle were shipped to Texas, O. R BASS. use the same diligence for the con- amendment be
the
ments to commence the development dlsordeis. In describing his trouble where Mr. Lester will re-sell them to servation of the law and order. In the re-election, should candidateto

of the, tract lIe expects to return and his failure heretofore to get some of the cattle feeding companies FOR SCHOO'L COMMISSIONER. future as I have used in the past. rejected ceed, I shall not be a

here next fall to reside permanently, relief Sergeant Ponder said: to be fattened for,the market.Mr. ;. I hereby announce myself a candidate Thanking you 'for your confidence in su myself DONEGAN.'

He was accompanied on the trip by "I have always been what you Lester is also a dealer 'in Texas to represent School District! No. the past and earnestly solicit your ARTHUR E. -,

G. T. West, also of Kansas City. might consider a healthy man, and horses and brought 'a car load here :I/:, Can pbell, and solicit the i-ippcrt support in the coming primary; Sincerely FOR REPRESENTATIVETo

enjoyed very good health up until a this week to be sold to Osceola count- I'f 1 the Democratic voters of that District. * yours, 'L. H. INGRAM. the. Democratic voters of Osceola
.....O..OOOO..O.O.. \ J. O. LAN'USR. .
0 'I. few months ago, when I began to- ty parties. FOR TAX COLLECTOR County: ,

.O LAKE HAMILTON. have severe pains across my back, in FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I I hereby announce my candidacy as
0 .0 the region of my kidneys, and I candidate --v representative in the next Legislature
AaaaaaAAAAAAaa6e yyyyyyyyy . .. .... .... .... .- .. At /first I thought nothing of the IF WOMEN ONLY KNEWWhat hereby announce" myself: I hereby announce my candidacy from Osceola county, subject to '
for Commissioner from
County1 !foi''the office of Tax Collector of 0.I .-
}The[ wedding of Miss Violet Pi- trouble, but i it kept getting graduallyworse District I the will of the Democratic voters in
No.1, subject to the Democratic ceola county, subject to the Demo-
nalre to1 :Mr., James .Coarsey to kplace until finally I got ,to where a Heap of Happiness It the June primary.Having '.
primary. cratic Primary of June 6th. I be-
here 'Thursday evening at 1 it was really hard for me to remain I Would Bring to Kissimmee 1 served one term in the
B. C. MILLER.
lieve that I fully to fill
am competent
o'clock in the presence of about 160 on duty and I seemed tired and played : Homes. Legislature I feel that, if elected to
this
office to the satisfaction of the
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M guests' The ring service was used by out all the time and I realized I Hard to do housework with an aching serve again, I will be better fitted to i
and I don't mind recommending them taxpayers and promise, if honored by
the Rev. ,Bell of Bartow, who mar- that my strength and energy was back. < consider the various measures that
again." (Statement given February your ballots, to give best atten- j
Mr. and my
ried the groom's parents, fast leaving me. Brings you hours of misery et leisure come before the Legislative Body.I .
Mrs, W. B. Coarsey, of Tampa and I' 22, 1911.) tion and ability to fulfilling the duties and M
"My system seemed to be out of or at work. will appreciate your support,
'
Over three later Mrs. B.man .- incumbent upon me.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman shape also, and my appetite failed If women only knew the cause- years If chosen to fill the position will serve
I will
said "I glad to again appreciate support and
: am recommend your '
Pinaire of this place. me. I felt very weak and couldn'tsloop that to the best of my ability.

9 The ushers were JMensr Owen well at night. Backache pains often come from ; Doan's .Kidney Pills" because vote. N. C. BRYAN.
brother of the bride, and of the benefit they gave nva. GURDON H. CLARK.
Pinaire, "I never did have much faith in weak kidneys.
The matron of Price 50c at all dealers. Don't limply FOR SHERIFF:
Godfrey Ramsay. proprietary medicines but after hear 'Twould save much needless woe. FOR COUNTY JUDGEI o
'honor was Mm. Frank P. Boycr, of ing so much about Tanlac and the Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's }
sister of the She Kidney Pills-the same that I candidate for the office of
Tampa, groom. good it was doing in Jacksonville, I kidneys. am a
hereby anounce candidacy for
white lace The maid of Ir8.> Beaman has twice r commendd. my Sheriff of Osceola County and will -'
wore gown. bought a bottle and began taking it Read what a Kissimmee woman re-election to the office of County
tA honor Miss Esther Anglo of Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo appreciate support in the Pri-
was It helped me from the first few doses says: Judge, subject to the action of the your
Halnes City. She wore a pink satin and now after taking two bottles I Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Lake St., Kis- N. Y.Adv.It Democratic Primary of Jiine 6th, mary election to be held June 6th. t r ,

gown covered with pink net and car- can truthfully say that it is the best simmee, says: "Kidney and bladder Sure Is. 1916. T. M. MURPHY. If elected to this office, I pledgemy

riod a lare bouquet of pink roses. medicine I have ever taken, and the annoyances gave me much trouble. I Patience-Do you ever look back honest endeavor to enforce the .,j

The best man was Mr. Wm. Chambers relief it has given me has been sim- used. Doan's Kidney Pills as directed over the past? FOR TAX COLLECTORTo laws with impartiality and to devote

1 a of T :mpa. The bride wore a ply wonderful. It seemed .to be just and they brought relief. Doan's Patrice-Why, bless your heart! my entire time to the duties incumbent '.
" of white satin and white silk That's the only way one can look at the of Osceola the office. .
gown the very thing: I needed-To"1 tone up Kidney Pills are a reliable medicine the past. people County: upon "

x net and chiffon/ veil caught up with my system. The pains in my back --,------- In announcing my candidacy for CLAY JOHNSON, JR. ..r ;

;f orange blossoms, and che carried a have left me entirely and all my old -- r -lection to the office of Tax Col- -- '

: large bouquet of white roses. The time energy has returned C. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary. I leAfor for Osceola County, I desire to FOR SHERIFF ..Y. .:
i ;
altar was made of a background of "When I awaken l tri the morning I fjjfi that if elected, I promise to -

Ik white covered with ferny;;; and greenery feel refreshed, for I can clcep. My The Waters give the same personal supervisionto I hereby announce my candidacy :

t, : with an arch of the same, and appetite is also good, and my food & Carson the office as I' have done hereto- for the office of Sheriff of Osceola + sue '

I ': lighted candle, and a special electric agrees with me. That tired fooling fore. My record in office speaks for county, subject to the Democratic ",

I lighting. The bride's parents were has left me, and I tell you I feel itself. C. L. BANDY. Primary. If I am honored by the j

seated at the left and tho groom's at like a new man. Tanlac is certainlyin voters of this county, I promise to "

I the right Mr. Sherman F. Pinaire, a class by itcelf and I am recommending Grocery CompanyWholesale FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERTo devote all of my time and energy to ':: 0

tIr f father of the bride, gave har sway.: \ !it to my friends right the Democratic voters of Coun- the duties of the office and to enforce .-

The lobby of the hotel is large along.". ty' Commissioners District No, 2: I. all the laws of the state without par'j;

and it was crowded with gueets. Tanlac is sold exclusively in Kis- and Retail,Dealers inGROCERIES I hereby announce myself a candi- tiality and to the best of my ability. '1
color scheme of, k and white date to represent district No. 2 and L. M. WHIDDEN.
A pin simmea by'J. Z. Roberson and in St. : ".i:
solicit the support of the Democratic
was carried out in all tHe decoration Cloud by the Seminole Pharmacy.Adv. .- ,
FOR
CONGRESS
voter of that
district.B. .
and. gowns 0: the ladies. TheM .
'gentlemen all wore the usual bl .ck. G. HANCOCK. -
I hereby announce candidacy
Miss ,Glyadys Craig. acted as organist. dies."wore: crepe".paer .dressej which -- COUNTY JUDGE for renomination as ,:Representative my

+ made up wonderfully well into beautiful 0000000000000000 8000000000000000 in Congress from the Fourth Congressional ,
After the ceremony a' reception gOWn 'of all sorts of brilliant . ,We are '''authorized to. announce District of Florida '
.
0 subjectto _
0 ;
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'washeld in ,the dining room'and refreshments and soft"'shades! ..list Violet Pinaire O "" WE .! :' 0 0' tr WE BUYS.: '. "i' James W Lilly as a candidate for the action of the Democratic Primary r1.
. .
were served. "Madames'! and Mr. James Coarsey ..were .ur-; 0 ..?. .' " ';\ j'WmmiJ \ ,. '0 ,..,.." fJ it.'. -jjIf> ,"'" i..'w\ ,,.".';1 County Judge, subject to the actionof to be held on Jane 0 Itl'. \
: << ,
Mosnat v y..I\\; ::i\." I'1M.' '. 'I .J 1 r "
.
coffee.Tbe '
and ; .
Purcell 0'
poured roundedby a circle, of friendsiafid 0 I the Democratic primary to be held
shall
make
aa active a,, campaignasthe
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.
', bride and groom showers soon of made, rice well showered ,with, rice and ,gilt paper O. GRAIN O. O.'* HIDES' ,. June 6, .1916. duties of my office win permit. 5w;

their escape through horse .shoes. Refreshment were FURS I appreciate to the fullest extent
and 'wont .by,auto(to" Klssir.imce, the served. It was one of the prettiest 0 FERTILIZERS 0 0 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERAt the support rendered me .during the 'r

" 'car"'being i driven by ,Messrs, Owen. parties ever held hero, ,WOOL last primary and I
trust
' :- Pinaire and Godfrey .Ramsay. The SHINGLES -. t the solicitation of my friends I sincerely '

; rbridalo'p&rtT will stop at the Gray- When the baby takes too much food 4 AND 0O hereby announce myself a candidate my conduct has been such as to merit
ORANGE BOXES > a continuation of same.
.. atone Hotel at Kisslmmeo and will the stomach turns; the result is indigestion O + ALL 0 for County Commissioner from District wF

make a honeymoon trip of about two sourness and vomiting. O ORANGE WRAPS, 0 0, No. B. If elected I pledge myself W. J. SEARS.

'weeks, when they will return here Frequently the bowels are involvedand < COUNTRY to faithfully discharge the dutiesof FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI
l 0 VEGETABLE CRATES + the office J. H. WALKER. i
; and occupy the Mosnat residence for there is colic pains and diarrhoea. :
PRODUCE 0O
; : the,,summer. Mrs. Mosnat'"will go )McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR io a grand 0 CRATE' NAILS OO'ooooaooooo00000. 0 FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT hereby announce my candidacyfor

, ,.north for the summer. corrective remedy for the stomach re-election as a member of the

:' The gifts were many and hand- and bowel disorders of babies. It is 0000000000000000We Standing record County School'' Board from DistrictNo.
upon my duringthe
".' some; 'comprising mainly silver, cut pure, wholesome and pleasant to take. past term, I wish to to 2. I have given my best effort h
announce
., tglass and fine, china. Price 25c and 60c per bottle. Sold by sell field and garden seeds of all kind the Democratic to the duties of this position duringthe
; voters of Osceola
i The out of town guests were: Mr. Osceola 'Pharmacy.-Adv. Wi give special attention to fitting out Kuatiag aad camping parties. county candidacy to present term and earnestly solicit .f

j. -and Mrs. W. B. Coarsey, Winter Ha- Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. self in my the office of County succeed Superintendent my- the support of the Democratic voters ., kin

,, 'Venf''Mr.; and Mrs. Vet Brown, Mr. ROAD DISTRICT BONDS We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask u* for circular and prictt of Public Instruction. If you- the coming primary. I pledge my- .:

an dMrs. Johnson,'Mr. and .Mrs Pe- on fertilizers. believe that record to be a good one, self to continued conscientious serv- ),; ,.'

,'. terkin, Bartow; Miss Boyer, of Lakeland I will appreciate your vote and support ice if again honored by your ballots."f" '"f

; Mr. end Mrs. Frank P. Boyer, WILL BE VALIDATEDThe at the primary June 6th. WALTER BRONSON. !Mi'

:'I ;Mr. Wm. Chambers, Tampa; Mr. 'flFcav' :::,,:wiIZI.;:::::::: C. ,E. YOWELL. '

: Morgan Groover, Lakeland; Mr. and Board of County Commissioners STATE COMPTROLLER

;, Mrs. Langslon, Mr. and Mrs. Angle, at their meeting on Tuesday instructed FOR CLERK OF COURT. ,

", Miss Esther Angle, Louis Angle, their attorney, John S. Cadel, ACCESSIBILITY I

', V Frank Angle, Misses Leo Sample: to begin proceedings to validate the To the Democratic voters of Osceola. :

Helen Cook, Leah Randall, .Mrs. Tom bond issue of $250,000 recently voted County: '1\

'' Stone, Haincs City. when Special Road and Bridge District -- The accessibility of our 'Of- Thanking you for your kind sup-

iI' : The bride wore a traveling suit of No. 2 was created from Com- ficers when you desire to con- port in the past, I hereby announce 1

blue and white stripped pussy willow : missioners' Districts .NOB. 1, 2, 4 myself as a candidate for reelectionto

.\ taffeta, making a very effective and 6.Steps. sult them at any time during .,w 1 ; the office of Clerk of the Circuit

costume. will be taken at once by Attorney business hours, is evidence of tom.: Court of Osceola County at the Dem-

v : This is the first wedding ever held Cadel to have the bonds vali- desire make ocratic primary, June 6th, 1916, .and
our earnest to' s ,
i i.r. In Lake Hamilton, and it could hardly dated by the process established by y rand earnestly solicit your support;: If re- %

be improved upon in any way. The the last session of the legislature. banking transactions pleasant e N a elected to the office I assure you thatI

beauty of the ladies could not be There was some talk recently of satisfactory. I I will give you,the same faithful and

greater and the wedding altogether opposition- the 'validation of the s g4 Impartial service that I have endeavored

was exceedingly beautiful and no accident bonds, but as yet no definite action Checking Accounts are in- to give in the past.

of any scrt married the occa- has been taken by the opponents of Very respectfully,

sion. Tho many friends of the brido that issue.TAYLOR'S. vited. J. L. OVERSTREET.FOR .

and groom 'wish them every joy in 1 SHERIFFI

their Journey through life. The

I. in charge of the nurseries
groom
' will be a candidate for the officeof
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of the' Laku Garfie'.d: Nurseries 1
here t ci
. Sheriff
of
Co. __ Osceola county at the .
" primary In June, and solicit the
' last th events of BEST sup-
of
The pro-nutial
v e ,
port of the Democratic
: the wedding took place Wednesday I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I voters. If
elected I will give my entire time and
\ evening at the hotel, when a paper
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BLOOD attention
" '.' to the duties of the office. 1 '
J. costume ball was held. All the la-
JAMES H. SMITH < :.'
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'. DIRECTORS:' E". P. THAGARD. :
., Yew Need General Tonlo MEDICINE ,
.WIlT a PROSECUTING ,ATTORNEY
r Take) drove's FOR RHEUMATISM ARTHUR E. DONEGANj JOHN R. BRONSONF. I hereby announce my.: candidacy of Marion County 't';
'The' Tcabekwehff "
Old Standard Grove' '' CmmJiJmtt ,.. I.. .
'Tooks'Ir'equally valuable aa a >_.. < iji ifCt.ai.'ufet'PRICE for prosecuting attorney of the County
General Tonic because it coatala. the j W,,HILL J. K. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS' Court of Oace la,County, subjectto STATE. COMPTROLLER .a : ;

well known pl'opertIeeofQUININB $|oo FULLPIKTBOTTLE the action of the.Democratic1 primary ia'rae .tae ,T .' ,
'f and IRON. It acts oa the Liver. Drives ,of Jane" 6.'- Democratic Pfimari
out IIa1uIa,- Bnricbet the,Blood and x tA C
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'FRIDAY, MAY 5, ' ./
THE ICISSI". VALLEY GAZETTE;: I PAGE'fPLANS

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COMPLETE FOR MILITIA PEOPLE MEN'S MEETING.: took an active part Come 'sit, +t
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKER OFFICERS INDIANA COM .
friends and
Men' meeting next Sunday afternoon ,* bring some" one' with'you; :, ;f
STATE PIGEON '' there is work for' all we neod.lots of
SHOOT TAKE EXAMINATIONS HERE TO MAKE HOME atS o'clock'WIU be conducted by ;
r FINDS A. S. Nelson.. Last ,meeting was' Interesting volunteers Are you ready? At
RELIEF ... ..
,PROGRAMS ISSUED SHOW FINE I! iV. .and, well'attended. A number Sunday school bungalow,; Methodist
LIST OF EVENTS AND LOCAL I Howard Katz, recently elected captain Naugle Writing of have Mr. and Mrs. W. E of .young men wero there and church. W. II. Jones, chairman.
who to Kiasimme
come .. _
of the
p wly organized local
GUN CLUB u
MEMBERS ARE .Says: ,"I Feel l ,t.q make their future:home, the Shel.
of'' tho" National
PRACTICING Just Splendid--* company Guard of have
ALMOST' When
DAILY byville, Indiana are'quoted a
papers, as you :
Andes ant, and W. J. Steed socond
TO BE IN FINE TRIM FOR BIG Overcame My Nervousness lieutenant follows: '

TOURNAMENT.,, I I.' and Catarrh". I|for,commissions were given on their Sunday.examinations. Shelbyville' Republican! WilliamE. ," House to Rent

Naugle, resident of Shelbyville for
44 I Captain William Steitc, of: Lakeland -
Members- of the Khslmmee 'Gun'l Now Sleeps All Night! and Appe-. ,' of the Second 'Infantry a' number of years, left here early;
'Club an practicing ..almost'4all / tite Has Returned here b conduct the examination., Justas was this morning for Klssiirmee, Florida, ; l Give it a coat or"
the-.traps; on the lakeahore to be in where he wilt make his homo in the f' j M good paint irejore
soon as the commissions issued is
are
,readiness
for the
first ,annual clay future. ne'was accompanied by his
shoot I! The best:, evidence that Andes 1.fRing la to" the officers regular drilling a I you tack a sign onit. A''<
r" pigeon to be held here on May wife. Their son, Earl Naugle, is managing -
: It won't
will
.Its will cost
18th nad 19th under the mission. Is the statements of I begin' and the company soon
auspices of editor of printed at
local people you know who hare been be ready to take its plate'among the a paper much and a well
the Florida Trap shoo tors ;Association Kissimmee and Mr. will have
Naugl
actually benefited by It, Thouean4s'1nTampa. other companies of the. Second In- I 'painted house
recently organized and affiliated with and 'Vicinity are now using charge of the linotype machine in the s
fantry.
tho Interstate Association /Andes and the great rood that It I. .. ."office. Their daughter,. Miss Hazel always rents more w ;
The, programs recen ly Issued from doing; Is the marvel of every one) but Tho of the ; Naugle who is one of the teachers in fro readily than' a
program) evening was
the Valley Gazette preU tit Ie the strongest Indorsement that I the shabby one=rents for more a
are now be- can be given that Anises Is a great disease enlivened by several excellent numbers pepartmontal< school, will remain "
ing distributed to the members of gun banisher. An hour spent listening? ; by the high school orchestra, under here until the close of the school ', money, too. c?
clubs all Florida end' in to what people who call at Cotter1 She ., pt
over other Drug Store are saying about thl I the leadership of R. DeWitt year. will then leave for Flor "
states The program. is printed in modem preparation will convince the Brown. Ida to make her horn with her par
circular fofiri( arid in addition to the most skeptical person that Andes Is The complete follows ents. Mr.. Naugle has been) the lino- f 1 :
doing wonders In this city. C program : t.
regular program a full page of the ; ,' 'Among the grateful users of Andes "LusUpiel" overture (Keler Bela- type operator at the Republican office '
folder is devoted to the Interstate' none are better known than Mm. Wil/ High School Orchestra. for a number of years. lie was a 1
Association for tho Encouiagcmentof i liam Baker of No. 71 Bast! Fair Street 1. At the prominent Democrat of the city and '
.
Atlanta She Is specially known as Photographer's (Harriet & PAINT
A
Trapshooting; a page to the Kissim- ] one of the clt)'. most aggressive Sun Ford-Amy) Makinson. was a close personal friend of Con- LEAD AND ZINC

meet Board of Trade; one to; the city' day school with workers.the Andes Recently she In an said Interview 2. The Ride of Jennie M Neal, (Will gressman Finly 1(. Gray. "Bill" has iEWER GALLONa -waARa LONOIUI' .

of Kissimmee; one to Oscecla county; | "Andes'' haa worked wonders man toward: Carleton)-Edgar Bryan: now gone to the "heaven" of Democrats It is just as essential to' use good paint on a

one to the Kissimmee Golf Club; one relieving my condition. I had a. nervous 8. By Courier (O.HenryLauraThomas. ) and no,longer will be bothered house you own and rent as on the one live, ..
to the Graystone Hotel and "a half ,really breakdown never regained some my time strength ago and and a great deal by Republicans. His in. Therefore, paint with Devoc and you increase ".1

page to each of tho companies offer. 'then I have had catarrh and chronic 4. The Parting of Marmion and place in the office of the Republicanhas the value of your property. '
ing prizes or trophies during the stomach trouble which no <16<(f t has Douglas (Sir Walter Scott-Don been filled by Otto Banker.Shelbyville . Ij''
kept me nervous. If I had
We
appetite -
any DEVOE because know ... '
guarantee '!
shoot. Democrat Mr. and we Ji
the little food I managed to eat Beuter. ;
;
c Shooting will l begin at 9:30: a. m. ''disagreed with me. I would belch most "The Clang of the Forge" (Paul Rid- Mrs. William, Naugle have left 4iero i it is pure and because v-e: know that it always t

each day. |'of the night time, and and would was get unable up the to sleep'lat next ney-High) School Orchestra. for Kissimmee, Florida, for permanent gives our customers satisfaction. It containsno ''!r

Money division. shown on each day's 'morning feeling as fatigued a* whenI 6. Pere Antoine's Date Palm re -idenac and Mr. Naugle will i whiting,silica china day or other adulterants. (!

program. i;hearing retired.many Seeing tell Andes of the advertised relief they and (Thomas Bailey Aldrich-) "-Chris- work there as a linotype operator on DEVOE takes fewer gallons and wears tic
Event 11 each day is not '' a of which his Earl! longer. We show !
registered. 'were obtaining, convinced ma that It tine Ivey. newspaper son, are always glad to attractive
Targets in all events two cents was worth my time to try It. That wa 6. Regulus to the Carthaginians ((1 E.;: Naugle, is the managing editor. Mr, color combinations. .
a happy decision. M from the first
each included in entrance fee. Naugla had been employed here for
bottle of this Andes It has done me Kellog-Bradley) Harris. W. B.
A supply of standard factory load- good. I now feel like a different woman I 7.' Tha Driver (Schiller)-Manie several years as the linotype.operator Makinson Company :-7
ed shells will be for gale on tho ,. and my general health is better at the Republican.: His daughter,
Kissimmee
Florida
than It haa been for years. The stomach I Witherspoon. St. Cloud, Florldtl'
grounds. Interstate Association revised trouble has disappeared, and my 8. The Appeal to Arms (Patrick Miss Hazel, is a teacher in the public , .. . ,. ., .Af
appetite has returned and the food I I schools here. While "
trapshooting rules will Shelbyville
all ev'cnL; govern eat gives me atrengtli. I wants my ,I Henry)-Charlie Regero. regrets to lose .n ., .... ,
so. splendid a coupleas
"Old Folks Home" 'J.
friends to know that Andes hall re at Chas. Roberts .
Seven trophies writ be awarded to stored me to normal health again.! I I ) Played in the musical style Mr. and Mrs. Naugle their many 1 e- e i -n oec! ee a --e- "

the winners of the first seven places I I Andes Prescription so highly rec- of America, France, Scotland friends will wish ,them all happinessand I J'

in Florida State Championship, $50 in ', 'ommended by Mrs. Wm. Baker, of 72 I Spain, Germany, Ireland, Italy and the fullest measure of success in Cug
cash to the winner of the State I E. Fair: ,SL Atlanta, is now on ease\ I Hungary-High _School Orchestra. their new home in the south.W. .

f Championship (or runner-up in case 1! in Kissimmee by the Corner Drug 9. A Strange Legend of Bohemia S
the winner r cannot attend: the Grand Store, the exclusive agent. (Unknown-Margaret) Stanford. A. Jameoon, of Lillibiidge, Is .

a American Handicap), conditional up- 10. Biff Perkins' Toboggan Slide planting 60 acres to corn and several

on said winner or runner-up making ANNUAL (Pauline Phelps-Murray) Over- acres to Natal grass for his stock .I
entry and competing in the National DECLAMATIONGONTESTINTERESTING street. t,

Amateur Championship at single tar- 11. The Sweet Girl Graduate (Pauline d

gets.The Phelps-Lois) Johnson. farm.MANY TROUBLESDUE Bryan Realty CompanyOffices : '
Kissimmee Gun Club will give "Pasadena March
Day" (M. Vesella)
the following trophies, high man on ( MISS MJRGARETSTANFORp -High School orchestra. on Broadway, Kissimmee, '

total registered targets, exclusive of AND CHARLES REGERO WIN Opposite Graystone Hotel .

tho State Championship shoot; high MEDALS GIVEN BY C. A. CARSON Dizziness, vertigo (blind staggers), TO.ANINACTIVE
man on total targets, high professional sallow flatulence
AND J. L. OVERSTREET- complexion, are
t on total targets, low gun on OTHERS MAKE VERY CREDITABLE symptoms of a torpid liver. No one ,

total registered targets, to shooter SHOWING., can fetl well while the liver is in-i LIVERMany
making longest continuous
run on active. HERBINE is a powerful liv- Orange Groves, Timber I and*. We Pay Taxes far Nenrasl.Menu ..
registered targets. Miss Margaret Stanford was er stimulant. A dose or two will Cattle Ranches. Country... end. Act M Owner's $
Contestants can shoot for targets of the troubles of
awarded the C. A. Carson declama- cause all bilious symptoms" disappear ..
only in any or all events. headache, indigestion, constipation city Property Agents f. Rental Preperty.r, .-' +,
Try it. Price 60 Sold '
tion medal given each: year to the by and lack of energy are due inactive t
Non-residents of the
state not
are best girl speaker among the high i Osceola Pharmacy.-Adv., ivers.GRIGSBVS. .
eligible to win the State Championship ,',
school students and LIV-VER-LAX Is a
but"can shoot in this event. for the, J. L. Overstrcet Charley medal ,for Rtgcro boys,, LA.GRIPPE,AND FEVER CURED"Your natural the vegetable liver remedy that will
the money., pet right and make those
Professionals will I'shoot for targets at the annual declamation contest Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my troubles disappear. It has none of tho
held at the school auditorium last dangers or disagreeable effects of cal
only ' I" "i < husband of LaGrippe and Fever after omel. MayLumberCo.
-TSjunch* will-,:be.\'"eerved'on.': *i f the Friday, eevning., : the doctor's medicine and other remedies Get a 60c or $1 bottle of this r.jIon-
grounds. The judges of the cou.ut'were failed." .. did remedy from your druggist today Wholesale and Retail Dealers .. .
Hotel reservations should be made Prof. J. M. Simmons, superintendent LULA C. ROACH, Driftbn Fla. Every bottle bears the likeness of L.
of the public schools of Orlando, and K. GrJgsby, who guarr-ntees: it "
Sold
in advance. 'by Osceola Pharmacy, 26c. ,through Oscecla Pharmacy. YELLOW. PINE LUMBER
The management reserves the right Misses Mollie E. Ray and Eunice De-' ,
Lancy both teachers in the rlando
to reject entry. i
any
Guna and ammunition shipped to schools. Shingles and Laths ; .:

the Osceola Hardware Company will Admiring parents, friends a>id '*I : ,

be delivered to the grounds. I citizens in general filled the auditorium HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY .
Graystone Hotel shooters head- to almost the laot seat to hear" I The Favorite Store of Kistimmee I
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quarters. (the contest. The difficulty, with All we ask is let.as figure on year estimates. '

Ford Garage headquarters for au- which the judges made up their de- Courteous Attention and Prompt Deli erjr. 1\\ ti

tomobiles. Free stOrage.On I'cisio.i and tlw close attention: given I t

Thursday will be: by the large crowd present was a I FURNITURE ? Phone 21 Kissimmee, Ffa,
Ten twenty-bird events, with $2 entrance tribute to the ability of the high I

fee; $15 added money, students as elocutionist"In: fact it j

Money divided one to ten), inclu I I was a fine demonstration of declamation -i!
sive. Jack Rabbit and Rose and one .that is rarely equalled'

nation. No. Ill optional ; combi-j'I by the students of any school. Applause t
On Friday will be: ; was frequent. -WE HAVE IT !
Five twenty.bird events; en- It is the annual'cuatoln of the high: / Mr. Citrus Grower:

trance fee, $2; added money, $25. I School to choose from all the students For the time being we can supply you with ;
at a preliminary contest cix
Money divided one to five inclu- I
sive. boyo and six girls to compete for the '

Jack Rabbit and ROSA Combination. medals offered. These twelve young In connection wtth our Hardware line .. carry a complete i Water-Soluble Potash

Events 6 to 10, inclusive, Florida people were: the ones who competedlast line of furniture. W. make a specialty of ontfittinf bones, and '
State Championship. dividedone Friday night. It is to be regretted fondle reliable
Money
hundred birds. that there were not other marksof ALL YOU WANT AS LONG AS IT LASTS 1\'

Even 11 honor for others of the speakersfor This is the most interesting: announcement made In regard to
, optional sweepstakes. come recognition should have Bed Room Furniture Dining Florida fertilization since the beginning of the European war,

In the whole field of medicine been given to every one of them. Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par and it is in keeping with our custom of being leaders in this industry -

there i. not a healing remedy that .

will repair damage to the flesh more Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers

quickly than BALLARD'S SNOW Tour dracslat I will refund money II PAZOOINTMaNT IDEAL FERTILIZERShave c

I. LINIMENT. In cuts, woundo, sprains, Bnud.BleedlegoTProtruding fall to cure mar nlea caaa!.of 6 to nobles 14 day*,. Couches Etc. '
burns, scald and rheumatism, its Tb application gins Baa sad Real. :be.m for a quarter-century represented tie best and most complete -
healing and penetrating power is ex- line of plant foed combinations possible to offer to the I I r

traordinary. Price 25c, 60c, and $1 ema This store is nukinf n record for itself .in tfce matter of growers of Florida, and now in this trying period IDEAL FER-
per bottle. Sold by Osccola Phar a- TILIZERS are doing the almost impossible-giving unlimited
helping people to outfit homes Come and .... Oar prices are
cy.-Adv. IRE UARDSStore ,right POTASH. content and all POTASH is strictly WATERSOLUBLEK20.

Bringing tho total shipment of berries :v and bank windows 1
for the 1916 IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE i
I ea? up to 1,493,394 quarts should be protected -
';'.' season, the growers at Plant City with Rood wire Am 3 to 4%; A. P. A., 6 to 8%; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 6 to 6%
TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
have received $204,716.00 net to dato guard We make .
them for every pur- OLD IDEAL' FRUIT AND VINE MANUREAm. j
for the *
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crop. including cages 3 to 4100; A. P. A., 6 to 8%; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 10 to lift i
partitions, etc. No matter what kind of an Engine yon barer-Gas, Steam

fclroac.U._,e..b..I.gal..al.d. ,.wire..!- Railroad or Stationary: Engine..-we bare exactly tbe Tools. yon CIIEROKEE FRUIT GROWER
with "..nb.it,.. .
a
1\'ril.f.. ....... need in yew everyday work-Wrucka, Hammers, Oilers, etc, W. & T.'S SPECIAL MIXTURE NO 1
Vulcan Iron Works aU ., the best qnafity ..d .. ......,- and at prices: tbat wffluprise

MAXWELL jMan.iJU.na." .. ,... Ibis store bas tbe repvtatie* ., handling only AMMONIA-PHOSPHATE FORMULAS ,4

+ ni.u.BS BailqRUBMYTISM hardware that is ., superior quality and you will make .. mistake and any other analyses to meet your needs. ry

HOUSE In coming. ken NOW.. inspecting our Ug stock. Our N.w Catalogue will be ready soon. Write, to us. { J

Wilson & Toomer fertilizer Company i

COFFEE Will cure your Rheumatism !._.(....r M .f IDBAI F-BHTIUEBRS
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps .-.......'.r i
Is Perfect Colic Sprains Bruises Cutsand, Osceola Hardware( Company ,r.v.vt.. OMB., Wit.... .* m... ..* All VnVMmuv Material. ,".,, ,
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Burn Old Sores, Stings of agtcAatieptio ,....... .. a.71, Mavahlawrr ..* l-' -rt.aai<
JACKeoA1ILLE, FILA. .
Anodyne,used internally ;' , '
Ask Your Grocer and externally. Price 25c. '. ,,. '

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-J1 ''the Florida ,Extension ,
TEACU''TIIE LITTLE University of .,
h, MUSIC CLASSES HOLD DR. HOLT TO PREACH I PORKERS TO EAT Division, suggests that the plgi havea '
Agricultural News '.Notes - r- private dining pen.w1ere\ they can ?

i It:may seem strange that anything slip through a creep that will admit
RECITAL TONIGHTThe FOR COMMENCEMENTSunday of only them., They can be given an al
habitual appetite
rtSoRIDA endowed with the
ii, FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF I lowance"composed. o{ equal parts of
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE \, the pig should need Instructions ineating shorts.They will "y
w :music' classes of the Ktsslmme morning:, May 7th,, at 11 I cracked: corn and w
the
Nevertheless it will be to the, time they .:
o'clock the annual commencement probably be eating by ti rare
*. schools, which are under the ef- I'P' I,
Hctent dircctoin of" Mlas...Myrtllla F. sermon will be preached in the school GOOD BUTTER CANNOT BE Ties to most of the livestock men of farmer's interest .io teach !,suckling I tea days' old' and at six to'eight "
,. Deals, will hold their annual recital auditorium' by the Rev. A. J.. Holt. MADE FROM POOR CREAM I the state about two weeks agog He pigs to eat ""if 'they are allowed to I weeks they will practically wean

tonight at eight o'clock in the High The program will be as follow: Good, butter, depends largely upon desired to know if they wanted the suck: 'until they .are ,automatically i themselves. The pigswill, be larger, \{
School Auditorium- Tho program for Song, Doxology--chorus"and con ere. the care of the cream before churn Institute. It was decided that if 25 stopped, they may become stunted. i than they would have been without .f.i. ;:M
the recital,will be as follow.: gation.. ing. C. L Willoughby, professor of signified their -willingness to.. ctme, Besides It'is hard on their mother If the feed and there will be no check ("
Anchored (by request) (M. Watson]) Invocation-Rev, A. M. Chlsholm. airylng In the, College of Agricultureof the meeting would be held. the suckles them, too long.A. I in their growth when' they are taken
{ jltigh School Orch itra. Scripture. Reading-* Rev.' S. W Law. the University' Florida; has Mr. Scott has more than 100 replies .' P. Spencer, district agent for from the mother. t
Piano Quartette Waldfraulelns -ler. found that .by careful! handling thecfeum and each man has said he will -- - -- "
HochzeiUmarsch (Johann Kafka) Hymn, dedicated to the class of '16, and by using 'ice be can mako attend. The correspondents were : I

'Katherine Carr, Margaret Stan- '. words 'and music' by Mrs. J. !W. good butter the year' round. Of asked what time would be the most .
ford Frank Herrlngton, Norma. Prentis. course ice is high, but with the high convenient. The replies indicate that .
Griffin. Prayer-Rev. W. B.: 'Wlther poon; price of butter it .will pay to providethe some time in November or'Decemberwould e" ... \
In the Woods (Paul Conte-.Ruth Anthem, Song of Praise ((0. M. ice or Install a small refrigerator be the best date. Answers to ,;. "
Kritt Schoebel)-High School "chorus. plant.- "" the inquiries are still coming and it .

Bel Der Hochzeit (Hugh Reinhold-) :' Sermon-Dr. A. J. Holt. The milk must be carefully: handled will not be possible to set a.date for ,
Lois.J. Overstreet.r Song-Love: Divine, all Love Excelling "from the time it is' drawn, untilit the meeting until the best time for

r Duet-Bagatelle (ny. K. Basefrd.S )- --chorus and congregation. Is churned. If a separator Is available all can be, learned. '
.S Dorothy A. Wells, Miss Beals. DenedieJion.OO". I the cream should be separated at The meeting will last two or three 'Phone'
; ,r Lea Sylphes (G. :Bachman)-Alpha 01.ce and placed in a 'refrigerator. 'days, according' to the desires of the Call

a WestfalL. -. GOOOOO OOOOOI Any one who has more than six cows livestock. men. Among the subjects ,
y, On Tip Toe (Charles Lindsey)-Cornelia 4 can afford to buy a centrifugal separator discussion will be pastures, grass
A. Herrington ENDEAVOR. CONVENTION. I ;, The deep setting oystem is es, feeds, feeding, tuberculosis, tick .
The Silver Nymph (Carl Heirs)- t .oooooooo.OOOOO. ; probably the next most economical eradication, 'purebred stock, hog
'OOO'o 1
Mamie B. Pilley. method of separation. Cans ...bout6 cholera; dairying and various other
Duet (a) Romance (Ferdinand Dew- The twenty-eighth annual convention inches in diameter and from 15 to 24 phases of the industry.

ey) (b) Happy Day '(A. Dlsbelli)- of Florida Endeavorers met in Inches high can be s\ised. The milk, .....
i Lenore E. Van Dozer, Miss Beals. the beautiful University town of De- is poured into them immediately after
Promenade des Fleurs (Victor Abe milking and they are set in the A COTTERMAN BUYS
Land, April 20-23, for the largestever
Lee)-Vera Johnson. ; ice box. The cream is allowed to riseI i t.Ift
Con Amore (Paul Beaumont. )-Mar such meeting we ever held. i I nthis low temepcraturc for about '
Y garet E. Stanford. The first session was Thursday afternoon eighteen hours. About 0.2 per cent RIVERS BUILDINGA :f

Silver Bells (Paul Lawson)-Marie for preliminary prayer, led of the butter fat is loss in this man '

' r : A. Ogram. by the convention guest, Mr. Karl 'ner. deal was closed this week whereby -,
Tossing Kisses (Carl Heins)-Mattle 'hmann.. This was followed by aTusinesscojisultation : The different skimmings can be A Cotterman. purchnseu from
ft E. Stanford. hour for State mixed without injury at tho same .'
Male Quartette-The Red Scarf and District officers. temperature. The whole should be Judge Hardy Walker, the building t tO

(Theo. Bon ur-M.) Overstreet, I Thursday evening there were greetings thoroughly stirred after the additionof known as the Rivers building, located ?
t C. Regero, T. Regero, W. Tiller. exchanged by hosts and their each new skimming to keep the I at the corner of Broadway and "

Picking Flowers (R. E. DIReef--) delegates and two addresses. These mass uniform and prevent hardeningof I Posscll avenue, opposite the Katz "So the People May Know"The ,

i- Virgin! M. Lesley. were by State Vice-President Rev. the surface cream.A I corner. The consideration was not \ \ ,
\\I ValpfetU (Wm. Cooper-Freda) George Waldron, who is State Con- great deal depends upon the I i'
Schweikart. gregational church superintendent proper ripening of the croam. It made ]public.Mr. Valley Gazelle's desire is to :4
Will o' the Wisp (H. A. Wollenhaupt) for Florida, and State President should bo kept at a temperature of I Co Jerman is a winter rosic print all the news all the time, but :
-Lillie M. Hansen. Duncan B. Curry from Jacksonville.The from 70 to 75 degrees F for 12 to 18 I I c'. nt of Kissinimee, his summer home unless items are sent in by phone ;F!
I card or letter, we cannot: hope to get fit \
, n Piano Quartette-Fruhyings Erwa- Friday Sunrise meeting hours before churning. Stir the
prayer being located at Kokomo, Ird. He all. If know of any Hem of '
t chen (E. Bach)-Louisa Thomason, was led by Mrs. W. T Kelsey, cream occasionally as it is ripening I I is a believer in the future of Kissimmee news The Valley you Gazette will be very 11',.
11 i; Carolyn Fripp, Lillian Prentis, Muriel of Weirsdale Later that day came to make the change! uniform throughout and has made many investmentshere. : glad to print it. ,
Prentie.j an interesting debate: "Resolved the mass. Undesirable bacteria I
Club, Society,. Lodge Church or '
j, French Child's Song (F. Behr)-Marjorie That the Lookout committee is of which cause bad odors and flavors, or I _- School notes; people going away or \
t Makinson. more importance to the Society than poor churning quality of the butter \rlK: IK HAI.K. coining back; marriages, deaths or ,(
.' Sylphide (A. Locschorn)-Muriel the Prayer Meeting committee. The may be avoided by the use of starters. -- births, items concerning visitors
In the <'ou.'" ('our.. !. and for O.ret building operations, real estate deals
Prentis. affirmative wag Mr. Fagg of Jack- '. .
01. oil '' Mtntr of Klorlda.Krall
neighbors moving in or going out, and
"J
j Hope '(Geo. SpauldingGeraldineLesley. ) sonville, an Mr. T I. Dean De. PARAFFINE OIL WILL
,
Jlny" !Mark ...! I'.rnrnt Mark. roparlrr In fact anything that will make The 1
Land. Negative, Mr. Worthington CONTROL WHITE FLY: . t'tmtmtinn riolMK heals. ... as Mark llrothrrm. Valley Gazette more interesting to its + ; .
f Andante-Sonata Opt 28. (L. Van Behoven.Carolyn' Blackman, Orlando, and Elton J. The most serious insect enemy of ..... AHNI'MI*''IT. readers. r '
( ) Fripp.A Moughton! San ford. All these young citrus is whitefly. It not only injuresthe II...(.;....Brlirr.... aid l>. <.. McK.r, lho- The Valley Gazette's motto is: "So j.
'
Frolic (Harry Mathews)-Margaret men did well but the negative won. I trees itself but it is the direct To All Whom It Mar. fonceraiNotice the People, May Know," and to that '.1
!I. ht'r..bv that
xivrn the undersigned -
Lee.Hinans During the convention Mr. Leh- cause of injury and damage from nfl Sheriff of OflCeolR County. end we ask your co-operation. f
; in frische (Theo. Geise. )-Susie mann led three Schools II of Methods, sooty mold and purple scales. The Stale virtue of of Florida a. Final, actliiir Judgment under rendered and by

l-' Spier.Harlequin and note books and pencils seem in I larvae of the whitefly secrets honey March.in the above A I). ease 19K. on will the expone 4th day for of "Help us boost Kissimmee"Q \\1
(Carl Bohm-Norma ,large numbers:showed the carryin.;- dew which affords a medium for ale and aril at the Court: house door >
\
al Klanlmmee, Oxoeola Florida:
county
t Griffin. home interest felt by the delegates. sooty mold. Sooty mold.,not only discolors on the first Monday In.June. A. 1), 1916.
i Schercando (Julius Handrockr )- The Friday'evenillg feature was the .fruits but it shades the at public auction to the highest andbest .
bidder for cash the described
Frank Herrington the parade though the convention au leaves and reduces the functions of property of 1>. O. following McKay heretofore . r rJ
Y 1' Minuet from' Fifth Symphony (Mo.1 .- ditorium' of' the ,many who are now the leaves. It also affords protectionto levied Inaued upon In said under case. writ pursuant of execution to-

,.oart-Schulhotf--Katherino Carr.. known as C. M. experts. Then the the purple scales.. aid One Judgment Ford automobile.: ,
Ballet'Mignon' (Paul Wachs)-Lillian showing of several Efficiency charts: The spring brood'of;*the,.whitefly .sale Thee; purchaser. hall pay for' bill of : .. : : t.
-
t Prentie.l . 's". & testified to the strong''hold this t>ro- /is now on the wing and It is near the This. the. 5th day of May. A. -1'). 1911.' -
'< '" X-i.\ *4. ,*;'.L.J' 4 ? ". INURAM.tOtt :
.i..'t.."t ; _.. _... 'II' rressive plan'of the United Society is close..,of the flying season. Growers As I Sheriff, Tti..Osceola. County' ..
,. eRESOLUTION ,PASSEDrt -.'* ;/n laving. In our Vnion during the past should! watch closely for the disap-i Oq

,. ---il'I" ," .... few. years. 'Ii' , ,; If, pearance of the adults, wait ten days REPUBLICAN- CONVENTION .
;( The Bcraca: Class of the Methodist Mr. Marcus 'C. Fagg, 6f the State and then spray. The wait is necessary ... ..oooo.o..ooooo oooooo.- ooooooO.OOOOOG.Ot.OOOOGOOO off "

:; Sunday School has'paised tho follow. Children' Home Society,* gave 'a 1 to give the last eggs laid a St. Cloud Florida, April 24, 1916. :

4 ing resolution: splendid address, as did Mr. W. M. chance to hatch. The spray will not To all persons who have registered i Classified I i Advertisements .1. : j
'Whereas, the generosity of J. Wade Danner, United States Secretary of kill the eggs. as Republicans, together with all
Tucker, Junior has Missions to Lepers. J, R. Watson to the
fumisLcd to the entomologist those who affiliate with the Republican . . . .
Baraca Class of the First Methodist The businesssession Saturday University of Florida Experiment Party in Osceola County, . .0. .. . . . . . .. . .... .. ... ....00..00000..00000 I i- .
1 Church of the City of Ki simmee, morning showed real gain in num- Station, recommends one of tho paraffin Florida: STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE FOR SALE-Jersey cow with young
Florida, an attractive and convenient ber of societies and members. That oils for control of the insect. You are hereby notified that by Strong, intelligent, gentle, excellent calf. Call] R. G. Canova, city dock. "
class building, and afternoon the one sentence reports : Mr. Watson urges growers to take resolution of the Osceola County Republican condition. Money' refunded if no I 18-2tpd' .
.I Whereas, the erection of this buildrangllas from many societies were indeed en I every precaution possible against the Club, April 24, 1916, you are colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf 4'
been of great immediate ben- I couraging. pest. The fungi which ordinarilyhelp hereby called to meet in St. Cloud, I FOR SALE--Organ Beckwith and ,
RENT-Six modern cot- ,
4 I Florida on Thursday, May tage, close in; $12 per month. E. 24th, at A. H Fox house Shin-
t greatly facilitate the work of the young-hearted people met for this year owing to the continued at 1 o'clock P. M., to select names to E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur I gle creek.- ; on 18-4tpd.: i
_-, claws: and mako it possible for the Sunrise devotions at the University drouth, hence it is urgently necessary be voted for at the coming Primary ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn). I 'f
l 'das l to Increase its membership rrand-stand,' and were led by Mr. to spray for the coming brood. Election June 6, 1916, to form a I FOR SALE-One gray western mare, "
r s usefulness.' And Earl Lehmann. Each one was givena This spray will also take care of County Republican Ticket, to be nominated FOR SALE-23 acres beautiful lake good worker, driver and saddler; : f'',
"s' Whereas, the class as a whole and beautiful violet at commencementof the rust mite tot a while. for the General 1 Election in front property with good house. safe and dependable. l' light 2- "t
'W all the individual members thereof this helpful) service. Special bargain in city property.Fine horse '
November next. V wagon with pole. Enquire A. :f
I ./_ that they owe a deep anti sincere Then came Sunday school, and the COUNTY AGENT TERRITORY Signed, A. M. DOUGHTY, stock rrnch. All kinds of S. Nelson. 11-tf '
,debt of gratitude to J. Wade Tucker, convention sermon in the 'Presbyterian WIDENED BY MOTOR Attest Pres. Florida homes and investments.Free .
Junior, for his church where all sessions The of tho booklet and full information FOR SALE-Five Buick it
thoughtful munificence had efficiency county agent, F. B. MUNSELL, Secy. 192tOOOOOOOOOOOOO i I -passenger ,
in-. tl regard. Now. therefore been held but tho e of Thursday af other things being equal, is limited to interested parties Nelson auto, or. would trade for building '
.
V be .it ternoon. The Easter music and decorations only by the mode of travel. The time Realty Co. It lots. E. P. Golding, or Griffin
"'Resolved, by the Basra Class of were beautiful. which he spends between: farms is O.oOOO FOR SALE OR TRADE-Fine cow Garage. 14-5tpd t t'
i y, ";' the First Methodist Church of the Sunday afternoon the Juniors held necessarily lost. In practically every 0 LODGE MEETINGS 4 horse. See W. W. Carson201! fi
<\lty' of Kissimrnee, Florida, that the way. Then came the vesper serviceat county there are some sparsely settled i FOR SALE, -Thoroughbred Utility '
t ') thanks of the class be and it is here the University. Another outside communities and it is in those tOO.OOO OOOOOto. tO: DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for '

' s by1 rendered to the said! J. Wade meeting, attended by a few faithful that the most time is lost. Further WOODMENS CIRCLE, Tohopekaliga Tiller. / I hatching 16 cents, each$1.00, for or 16.25 Baby chicks chiaks fer ',tl'

Tucker, Junior for his aforesaid act friends was the Allen C. E. (colored) more, most counties are large in pro Grove No. 66, meets every first CANDIDATES-Send' photo, announcement $3.00 King Poultry Yards, Lake- ,;,;,,
I ; of friordly fellowship and true brotherly one, at the A. M. F. church. Sunday portion to population, hence, agents and third Tuesday night. Social and three dollars for land/'Fla, ";
; generosity. Bo it further evening there was the usual C. E. must travel comparatively great distances meetings second and fourth Tuesday three fine "movie" elides Best ad ,
Resolved, that this resolution be topic and prayer meeting hour. Then to reach: farmers in all sec afternoon in Fraternity Hall. vertising. Ask your banker as to FOR SALE OK 2 TitADE for borse and .
wagon one cjr. Buick in
I spread upon the minutes: of the said came the last consecration pr ,gram. tions of the county.A. Mrs. Fairy Rexford, clerk. our' responsibility. Florida Photographic condition good tires; must sell go.d or> \:,
' .Q class arid that a copy hereof be.delivered Mr. Karl Lehmamn. did the installing P. Spencer, district agent for Mrs. Ollar, Guardian. Concern, Fort Pierce, Fla. trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O. t If
by the president of the said of new officers. The new Quiet the University of Florida Extension 19-3t Box 221, Klsslrajnea, .7tf '
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I class to the said J. "Wado Tucker, Hour Superintendent, Rev. Spencer.' Division, has observed from reports -- I l
Junior. And further, that said resolution of Lake City; gave a helpful address, that eighty miles a week is a large STALLION ,FOR COLT SERVICE- WILL TRADE-Twenty acres of improved :
be printed in the next: i Issue of and Mr. Lehmann spoke the last average for an agent to travel by Magnificent northern animal. Call land near Shingle Creek :::.
y the Valley Gazette- words of 'consecration.The horse or team. Reports from other fi f'I New Eden Plantation, near Nar- Station for city property in Kis- "'
All of which Is done by the classin next convention will be held in agents in the West Florida District NNi q I coossee, or address Box 496 Kis- I simmee. Inquire at 16 Broadway.
\ token of its very real appreciationof the Presbyterian church of Orlando. show about the same average. Those Yy r,} s simmee, Fla. 20-61 20-tf wt

the benefit conferred. New officers are-President, D. with motor driven vehicles average ..
RALPH TURNER, Curry, Jacksonville; Vice at'least 160 miles a week. In other I
B.I
'' GWYNNE CRAWFORD Mr. Simmons, DeLand; words the territory covered by the -

r V. W. GOP DRICIf ,, Miss Ruth Coffin man with an automobile or motor- Give, \ Fresh Vegetables Eggs '
r Drafting Committee. Treasurer, George Cavanagh, Tampa; cycle is twice as much as that cov- , ,
1 Junior Supt., Mrs. W. T. Kelsey, ered" by the man with a team. IFLOWR8 \
and
ADVERTISED LETTERS. Weir dale. Other superintendents An agent must receive at least $1- Butter
,
Advertised letters for the two Intermedalte, Miss Harris, ad. 200 if he supports a..team. By adding We have added these '
d 'weeks ending May 14, 1916:. dress rot learned; missions, J. A. $300 to his .at.ry'so that he, can fr allOCCa510115 articles to ,our line of

"''' ,Bass, Miss Ethel; Edwards, Mrs. Musser Lady Lake;;quiet hoar,. Rev. maintain an automobile his mileageand + f f.A II I FLORIDA. AND WESTERN BEEP AND PORIc

,John: Green Misa M.. L.; Goodwin; Spencer, Lake City; citizenship, Elon consequently ihis services to tho : , 'HAMS' BACON, BOLOGNA MUTTON ; 'i
i W. S.t{ Harbey,>Lt' D."} ,Ueard, Hamp; I Moughton: Sanford;"Tenth Legion, farmers can be doubled. ) II : ; ETC., :

i, Harrell, Mack; :Harvey, Bob; Jelks, : Mill Celia Snook, Daytona. Grace A. ,. Call Phone'209 for your.,wants'
! ,' Hiss Rosa Lee; Moore, C. M.: Mr. I Townsend was ''reelected.ectetary UNIVERSITY,: ..WILL HOLD iffVV '. Oc I NC''l "' In these, lines. 1'CENTRAL .' ; '

Overstreet;''Bytes. J-:.W.:, Short, Samuel for\ :'the,press, .gnshineand:, introduction ?-).i. /AJUT' STOCK.:!.! 1' ""I''l .Si.....oe. ....; )ACKytlMVlUIdIA" .:'i. ,
;' ;'' ],Ir..' Stander; Sylreotcr/ Mrs. "departments, thus commencing U A live stock -institute will be held' .. I MARKETj.
Sallie; Williams. Mamie; ,Washington her sixteenth year in' State onion next fall at the University'of Florida. MissJ Caldwell L . :

,..J.ltnf>Wino IV L.+*.:.Ir; -*** *. .rvioe. .-. .. _r_ ___ John"M."B tt,"'animal Industrialist'td i ._..,. . ,.,.: .- l

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