Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
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: January 19, 1917
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00786
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,COUNCIL ADOPTS PLAN II Scene of Kissimmee's Water Fro Where Bulkhead, to be Built at Early DateSTEWARDS LET ROAD CONTRACT



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TO PROPERTY OWNERS THE LOWEST BID MADE

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PROBABLY $145,000 pi COST COUNTY THOUSANDS MORE t; ,
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\ Bulkhead: to Begin at Trestle of St. Commissioners Give Georgia Engineering ''

'Co. Job : Aroused '
Cloud Sugar Belt Railroad and Runt -Taxpayers

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aO Engineers submit plans of rro- 4 II* Special session of solons Monday 4

4 posed Kissimmee water front : morning to open bidsfor
O development. I* paving. 4

4 Cost to be in the neighborhood Q Kissimmee-SU Cloud road ordered 0

<0of $145,000. ....,. paved for distance of six 4
. <0Bulkhead to be built of either 4 miles or so much thereof as. O

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Vitrified brick concrete
O concrete sheet piling.; CHURCH TO VISIT MEMBERS ,CHRISTIAN CHURCH GROWSIN .

O Survey trestle embraces of St. Cloud territoryfrom Sugar 4O 4O NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOONAt Fair Is Set For Thursday Feb. 15 INTEREST EACH SERVICEThe ** to Contract be used. awarded to Georgia'oOo O
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Belt R. -R. to southern boundary 4O Engineering: Co., Augusta; $64- .
of city on shore of Lake Toho- O a meeting of the Board of Stew- revival meeting at the Chris- nol including' grouting. .
". 4O CATTS INVITED TO ATTEND AND MAKE ADDRESS- service. The church is .
O from' the tracks of the Atlantic last Sunday it was decided to makea GOVERNOR every being presented.
Coast Line R. R., lines extending 4 systematic canvass of all members, LIKELY THAT HE.WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY HIS STAFF- crowded now, and it is safe to say Tucker Brick Co.t local con- O....
O beyond those of old seawall 4O with that all the syllable room will be used cern with d-$57.25O- O 4.
lit the view of securing subscriptions ; THE DAY SCHOOL CHIL- .
ELABORATE PROGRAM FOR offering; .
and the city dock. 4O for the of theciurcb with chairs very soon. to put up bond and keep
Height of wall to be about Oa for the purpose current financing DREN TO HAVE THE 16TH-ANNOUNCEMENTS OF Very keen interest Is beh j'nlsnLtested l:'+ road in repair for a period of five .+ t

0- three feet above surface of water 4O : The Board will meet year.at the church COMMITTEES-SPEEDWAY PROGRAMAND in the sermons from night' tonight ,+ years, turned down. v a
and will provide slope for drain- 4 The wit, humor and telling Difference. between bid accepted *
. next Sunday afternoon at 1:30 and '
age. 4e will then go in a body to the home of OTHER EVENTSThursday truth of every message makes it a delight -I 4 and lowest bid'offered 7660.'* 7O
O Acreage: of reclaimed land 4O member of the I to hear the evangelist. Dr. Mar. Other bids submitted: Alabama lk
congregation
range from 121 to 143 acres. 4y (every making a pleasant social well tin cmoea with a great message, and Paving Co.,. $$67,952.50 "
; O Cost acre ranging from" business call. as as a 15th has been should"respond liberally nothingwill in his campaigns he never fails to Good'' Roads Construction Co.. .
per The idea is February as
1 . a new one,
make It tell for the Kingdom Those I* Tampa, $61,665.60.. ,i *
, .I oC> $ $1,388. but will be interesting to all concern set aside by the directors as Gover- .givethe\ visitors a better impression e
1Council
O Thomas and Carson 4O ed. The finance committee'' has / upon their arrival than to see who hear him will make no mistake. Contract awarded on motion'of i 4 l
: appointed to confer with" that all members of the requested nor's Day at the Osceola County Fair the city "lit up" with the carnival The singing, tOOt is specially one Commissioner Bass, seconded by l l lO

O property owners. 4a" church remain at their respective I and an elaborate program has been flags and bunting. Mrs. Hatcher does her work with the W. F. Walker. Vote-For eon"f O;
{\ 0"h efficiency of a trained leader. O tracts Bass, Walker and Guy:*
,4 homes on that afternoon in order that arranged to be presented on this auspicious Secretary Thomas has taken up the
O..OO.OOOOOOOO.O..O..t matter of reduced with Against, E. L. D. Overstreet4 *
the Steward be rates the
...:...- they call can received when occasion. Governor Catts railroads. The Atlantic Coast Line PROMINENT OSCEOLA PIONEER, *?Chairman .Mach not voting bat Ot .r'
will be present and mate an address, Railway will sell tickets at opposed to award. ;' 4;
a special CAPT. MALING DEAD IN LONDON
, '. . IClssimmee With the water plans front of the development proposed COMPULSORY. ATTENDANCE as will other prominent men in public rate from Palatka, Ocala, Bartow, ", -, ** Legal action proBabl to pre4: .,
: execution .
vent of contract.O
\" In the hands of the City Council and ELECTION SCHEDULED 27 affairs of the State. It is likely that Tampa Trilby and intermediate Word has been received here stating 4

the appointment of a live committee JAN. the chief executive! 'will be accompanied points to Klssimmee and return, on the death of Captain Chrsitopher OOOO..O.OO.OOO.......* f
February 13th to 17th with
- take further important inclusive Mallng at 'hIs home in London, which -
of that to
body
with the approval An election will be held In School by his staff. final limit'of February 18th. Arrangements occurred December 17th' 1916. --'
steps, together District No. 1 on January 27th which will also be made '
for the
the Captain Mating was a pioneer citizen ""
of the all-important project on Had a projectile from 'one of the
part of prominent citizens attending is of the utmost importance to the The biggest event ever pulled oft in transportation of the public to and of this community and for fully German howitzers, used to such advantage ,
patrons of the school in the from the Fair Grounds
said dis- the best
and
in fifteen made his home the '
meeting held Monday night, in years on in the the pond', \.
row
a special trict. This is for the of determining I this section of the country recent most convenient across *
purpose -I manner possible. Draught place between the railroad
serious obstacle
ther seems to be no [dropped In the streets of Kissimmeelast
iI"" _. in the way of getting down to actual whether or not compulsoryschool years will be the Osceola County Fair, The committees appointed are an trestles. He lived in the cottage at Monday it could not have caused
,: attendance should and I which is scheduled for February 14 to follows
prevail :
, the of street and Clyde
of corner Bryan
work for the accomplishment an more consternation or surprise than
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. interested 117 inclusive. Those in charge of the Executive'S.
1 should
undertaking which means great everyone not fail to avenue later and upon leaving here did the action of the County Commissioners 1
things for the future of this enterprising be on hand and express their views big event had worked like Trojans, L. Lupfer, H. C. Stanford, A. E. returned to England, perhaps six or in opening bids and awarding 'I
: city. Much enthusiasm is being through the ballot box. getting everything in shape In order Donegan, E. L. Lesley, A. E. Thomas. eight years ago. He was quite a the Kissimmee-St. Cloud paving' contract
that the visitors who will be in Kis-
displayed among the citizens, as The election was called in compliance Publicity fighter as a young man and was distinguished at a special meeting II for
will have
simmee that occasion
well as the property owners who will with a petition signed by the on have been Wm. B. Harris C. F. Johnson, MaxP. by receiving a silver cross that purpose. No sooner hail! the
be
be effected, almost all of them being regular number of white registered reason to pleased to hardworking Moritz. for bravery in the field during the I award( been made public than the l
here. The directors, and the
in favor of bringing the great Maori wars in New Zealand when he flashed "wireless"
much voters, in conformity with the State and competent secretary, A. Racing I news was per over
project into realization: as quickly as laws which petition asked that the E. Thomas. are leaving nothing undone Ernest L. Green, Supt.; Seth Wood- killed three Maoris in hand-to-hand the entire -county, and the action of ;w
possible. The time to get down to combat and opened the gates of a fort the solons was then and is yet the
question be. submitted to the patronsof to make a big success of the un ruff, C. W. Ward, E. L. Reep, Judges; to his
actual work now depends solely upon the school 1 district. The following dertaking. Advertisements: and other I. H. Ingram/ E. L. Lesley, J. Wade own men. I Paramount topic of discussion. In
bow quick the property owners get to- have been to that Tucker Timers. The cross is equivalent to the Vic- fact, it is quite likely that effort will ,
appointed serve on publicity have been sent" out broadcast
t their decision. toria Cross and only thirteen have he
and make made to the execution of
gether prevent
I day: Inspectors, N. H. Bratton, J. M. and the thousands of people who Cow BoyL. been in
the given. Maling was
sergeant
representing :the
J. contract channels.
Walter Kackley through legal
Gardner J. W. Lilly! clerk, A. E. will attend will be well taken of. v
; care H. J. W. the Guides and later
Ingram became
engineering: firm of Klyc-2 & Knckloy, Thomas. Miller L. II. Corps! a I This action will probably be taken by
Assurances have been received from '
Whidden. member of the I4ew Zealand Cabiret.
acting under instructions from the ( some of the paving concerns making
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I sections of the tate that the nt1 -
Kissimmee City Council given last "1 any AgricultureB. I bids, as well as by some of the repre-
month, appeared before the city MASONS HELP INTERESTING 'ndance upon Osceola's first expo- E. Evans, K. McPherson Sam CHANGE CHURCH LOCATION ''sentative citizens of the county who l

. colons, submitted the report of his SESSION ON MONDAY NIGHT s'tion will be a record breaker. Trammer, A. II. Fox C. H. Funk, S. I{are not slow in expressing their surprise -
A visit to the Fair Grounds is in- I
. investigations: together with blue I iteresting. The buildings have practiIcally W. Porter, J. T. Rurckhalter, S. T. The question of a proposed changein and indignation at what they
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prints and".snaps of the proposed de- Orange Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. I been Completed. There is the Fansler S. J. Entriken. the location of the First Baptist 'term" unwarranted proceeding, in

velopment. The meeting was attended last Monday night, which was attend- I exhibit structure one that will house Lire Stock Church, which will soon be in processof that the paving contract should be
by all members of the Council, & A. M., held an interesting session I I exhibits of description the B. E. Evans, C. N. Matthews, Ed erection was brought before the given to a company being rvxt: to the

with the exception of Eugene C. I]Ied by a large number of the members, I grandstand, which every will seat ;multitudes Whaley. R. J. Roliff, L. Denninir, membership at the service Sunday evening highest bidder, totally ignoring a
Steve
Bryan, chairman of the bulkhead j and some of the prominent visitors so- of people with all possible Williams, Fred Lorenz, Rudy and an official vote was taken.C. home concern, submitting the lowest
committee, who was out of the city Ashton! Oliver Bass! bid, and offering to bond and
journing in Kissimmee for the winter I comfort; many smaller structures to A. Carson was called upon to report put up a
: Mayor May and a number of represen- months. One of the features of the be used for various and the Taxidermy from the committee having the guarantee to keep the paving in repair -
tative citizens. Mr. Kackley in a brief I session was that of conferring the speedway, now complete purposes is in fine William Lewis Lang. matter in charge and he reviewed the for a period of five years; there ;>

but concise way, gave a full explanation first degree on John Beaman. who I shape, and said by those familiar in 'I M. D. Alexander Poultry 1 situation somewhat as follows: The I being a difference in round figures of
of th-3 plans prepared, covered to be the for his Supt.; J. II. Wend- 1 quite a sum having four figures. One v
seems none worse ex- this line, to be one of the best in t h-! ler, Judge. property, now 'owned by the church is
every point thoroughly, answered I perience. I state. It is a half-mile trnrk. Some EducationW. : the corner lot facing Church street I prominent citizen expressing himself
questions propounded so that when I'I Recently meeting of the Masonic I I thusly: "Public servants of less than
a lof the finest horses to he found anywhere C. Bass, C. E. and Sproule, where the church and i
the meeting adjourned everyone pres- Fraternity was held in Kissimmee, have been secured" for the daysof Evans, R. R. Riley.Better Yowell, R. M. j parsonage: stand. It measures 75x150 ten, often" ge L the goat of man good
. ent had a complete understanding of when a team from Plant City, work I the Fair. The live stock exhibit feet The lots offered for an even exchange men. / I4
the entire matter. In the absence of under I Baby Contest I 1 The special meeting was attendedby
" ing a special dispensation con I will be something worth while much Mrs. J. E. .I is the corner diagonally across !
Mr. Bryan, a new committee was appointed ferred the entire Scottish Rite work Lupfer Mrs. A. M. Chls- representatives of paving companies -
attention being given to this feature. holm, Mrs. W. J. ', the street, owned by E. L. Lesley and ,
I Fripp.
jt being their duty to present interested and
number of
upon several prominent citizens The exhibits of the schools and other is 150x160. a large +
... the matter to the interested property IVprorated Auto Parade I citizens. The bids
submitted in
these W. B. were
being Attorney 'educational I
among institutions
will form a C. W. Ward, Mrs. M. I Mr. Lesley has agreed to extend the
owners without delay and report back Crawford, Senator A. E. Donegan and Katz. P. K. the morning, but it was not until
. I prominent part and arrangements Weaver, C. W I use of the church building till the
tfb the Council. On this committee is .1. L. Overstreet who are now full- have been made Griffin. Miss Mildred about 1 o'clock before the result of
to give the school Lee, D. W. Alderman new one is completed, and the occupancy I
Councilman Roma Thomas and Dr. J. D. Clark, the Commissioners' action made
fledged 32d degree Masons. I children was
Carson. They will be furnished with I I a special day-February 16. Miss Inez Carson Claude Harper. of the parsonage for one year. public, with the announcement that 4
Johnny Jones famous shows
are He stated that the
after ,
additional maps of the survey which I Needlecraft committee a the contract had been awarded to the '
TO ORGANIZE CHAMBER OF ready to and these need Introduction
come,
no Mrs. N. careful review of the
C. Bryan. Miss conditions reported -
, will be presented to those interested.Mr. I Anne B. Georgia Engineering Comoany of Augusta -
COMMERCE-MEETING CALLED Everybody knows Johnny Carson Mrs. John L. Overstreet favorably, and the offer was '
Kackley the engineer in the Jones! Mrs. Ga., the bid being $64,910. The
Those
. who don't will soon find ''L. ". Mrs. accepted by a unanimous vote of the
Hw
. course of his remarks made the out. The InFam- Morrow, session was called for the purpose of
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statement that he had gone over the Notice is hereby given that there the amusement best features will be I Mrs. C. II. Funk, Miss Madeline Hill, church membership. I opening bids for paving in different ::)'

proposed work in a most thorough will be a meeting of the Young Busi- been many booked for the attractions having There Mrs. M. E. Warin- Miss Ruth Wylie sections of the county. Those for the

manner. Had investigated all anglesof ness Men's Chamber of Commerce in will be a "midway" where season.shows I Domestic Science THOMPSON .FOR MAYORThe work on the St. Cloud district, calling'
the proposition and was of the the court room at the Court House, at of a clean and only Miss Albina Smith, Misi Anne B. for asphalt paving were not opened

opinion that the bulkheading could be 7 p. m., on Monday..January 22, 1917. I will be presented.entertaining In nature Carson, Mrs. M. D. Alexander. Mrs announcement of J. W. Thompson owing to insufficient funds, and other
accomplished built in the most substantial At this meeting permanent officers thing is being so arranged fact.to e.very- S. T. Fan.lut Mrs A. C. Roddy. who desires to become mayor of work was not taken up for the same

* manner for a sum in the will be elected and a constitution and that the carnivalend of the guarantee Fair- fiortleelture Kifsimmee, appears in this issue of reason, there being hardly enough
i' aelghborhood of 145000. and with 10 by-laws will be adopted or providedfor. will be one appreciated by all. Bullock Miss Jean Oaldwell Mrs. Stanley the Gazette: and will be welcomed by money on hand to pave the six mites
S fI 45 per cent. less for contingencies would By order ofMILTON Decorator in Jr. the many friends and admirers of this on the Kissimmee-St. Cloud road. It
ev-sn be lower than the figure quoted. PLEDGER Perry Halstead of Jacksonville An estimable citizen. .' Serving the city was decided to take' up the sixmile'project
SS? {< The survey made embraces the terrio Attest: President Pro Tern representing the Decorating, Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Miss Frances. faithfully and honorably as president or so much thereof aa can be

tory from the trestle of the St. Cloud A. J. MaeDonotjgh,, Se.c'1'P) I'-.Tem.' COmp& Yi' baa arrived Perry and has been Bay. Mrs. 1. U. Zimmerman.Pollowtnr of the Council daring the term drawing completed, .with present funds.

Sugar Belt. RaI1rcNI4 to the southern appointed official decorator by those "* to a close be baa made a record TIM following bids were then eon
Fi boundary of the citJ" on the shore of PAY' YOUR POLL;;'TAX' In charger of.the Fair.. Hf Is'a; man ia the revised' program of which qualifies him for the Important siderodr Alabama. Paving Co. BirnH q
.. -Lake 'Tphopekallga,' and extending I 'If you want to participate In Uw of:much experience in this line and races, promising some exeellen> sportWeJaesaay. > position. M chief executive and be ..- ingham Ala, $.,,162.601 Georgia Kn-o y ,
-fiMftTfronv&e tracks of th., tlaBti. city must poll II meerinr" Co:: Augusta. Ga_. |e4,910jf' 'r '
bore pay roar now engaged In taking orders for ; r....." 14thContinued ertixena. Ur the6tgta4p0Imary. Good Roads P K'
Coast Line. Railroad. Ho 'bad taken tax on or Saturday, February decorating. of business houses and Constrnetien c., Tarn* t'
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eras" .KtloGlf ern.. this area to determine 10th. residences,and is meetlngwith" nraehsaeeesa,1 1ah 2:1 1II I.' : pa $8t'; 85JSO; Tucker Brick: Co. Klssimmee. ,. '.7
the elevations. of/tb. .land for theContlatied .' ."- ba .... .. .:$57.250.) ,all ,
/ ; 'It tr n n- to beginF.brdarr -, _.;,_-: '!1 O Attorney W. B. Crawford' baa including grouttoareaceept -
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I ," bisIgnG. ** I con the last bid. scathe _teda1..''-
. )- / Bora spent Tuesday In a8t; hanging out >th raga about to Tampa U be.away several day on t\
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;( .os Pat" Cloud vUitlnff Michigan-'* *"' :friendaV 6th _, |6th.' Tea UtUen .( On Page Eight., .) important, Ugal business. ,. (Continued on Pan Eleven.) It; "

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TWO .. THE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1917

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GASPARILLA CARNIVALTO To Kill Rats and Mice STRIPLING-PERSONS WEDDING "

J.,W. THOMPSON BE BRILLIANT ,AFFAIR' : (Columbus, Ga., Ledger) I

A1.WAnua. Beautiful simplicity characterized' The Favorite Store of Kissimmee .
TAMPA, Fla. Jan. 15.-r-Amerlcan, which I
STEARNS' the lovely wedding ceremony
Funeral Director Spanish, Cuban and Italian residents I united the heart and lives of Miss .
j, of coimopolitart Tampa are; Completing ELECTRIC PASTE Tina Louise Stripling and Mr.

11 arrangement) for presenting their II U. S. O t ANDLICENSED eleventh annual Gasparrrfa carnival, mauo KVXRYWHUU; cod. cue I The ceremony was solemnized ut ,. ,- :-
whcih draws inpiration\fr6m the rav- I : 2:30: o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, FURNITURE ? -.
EMBALMER of Don Jose GaSpaTtUa, the .' .I I January 10, at the home .A the bride
I' ages the Gulf c ast of trip have been extended by Representative parents Mr. and Mrs. William Strip
Spanish pirate, on
than century nteo, and W. II. Marshall of Broward Una; :, MX{ Springs, Ga., ReJ.. C. Sa-
Florida a
1 and Stewart AT. more and the legislatorsho acceptthe.ilvltatioft vile officiating.The .
Store Chapel, the dates of which are February 2 to county
1 wlil be the of a (home was charmingly adorned1
carnival hasriven ffueBts
KI..cmm.: .. Fla. 10. In past years this midwinter fptivals joint committee ef the Miami (,ham- for the oecasionMth smilax': feins,
the most IT !
j ( in this country unique and many notable her of Commerce and the Fort Lauderdale and l1arcisl W. B. Crawford te J\}rrell of the United Slates. Europe and Board 'of Trade reived! l hy I's., ('. \\'. Andcison, sis.I.this 1 S
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have l he'> entertained Some of the memberfe have already of the. bride. assisted, 1 Iy, :\Ii--
CRAWFORD & JARRELL the West Indie n
and brilliant fii'ir arranged to attend the speed !boat .iteriittii : 1'rnncet( 1 owe _
Ii'' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW tions bv in its tourist pageants hotels and' Americanand at :Miami on ehruury H
Inkliiill , I
17th 1 Following the regatta" the leerislatoisc in a ( -<'n><"ncd off h\ a 1 bank
c Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens foreign ('Iu\\ .. Ihe next ('al"II\.d l lnromisis / / snce-
Bank BuildingKissimmee /to .In- t the most illiant of will meet at I nit I auilenlalimi ,. of I I It'n"h., .-. :Mis, 'tuv \\'illluul In connection with our Hardware line we; carry a complete
l' :Mnnilat I'Kli nndM, !! :Mis, Inhn ed| I
honor ,' the \"l1t February: \ Smith si\ hhiicms homes and
Florida the .ri.-, and ih We make specialty of outiilting ,
hoe of furniture. a
;' Inn- offer !10" taken l by I unit through theorlh= fiuit punchI ,
the ,inilift.iels\ and uniship( i
SHIM nil rates from" points en1-! "f tin <'HII"il to I Luke < )It-i.i holier, whinil.i "- a -I I he vne"-t I 6riu i ]-IO| 'i Id, I j 1"1"i t luli I I handle rt'hable. .
i bR. W. W. CARSON Mississippi', and sonic point-t wr.l.Gt.pOr \ toll In-J, jienl) in \' I I-t lillI;, ind uex- \ lug i ooin' 1 by \11] I I.',M \ 1"
hi. after diI .. nit On, (,If.\i.I.ta)1e0t l | mil -,rltlrnuv.tn .' "h..m i in.in\' 11.in.N.,nn. L'II' ( IMil I
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II ;NTI'STOfficI' I i itiujf l ,the hunk of Iillli 1.:ilitti; rI l t ted I Ill.lt -(( till ,. 1'I.It_ toll al-o| I Ins. ."-pi' .i\ i, over 1'illey, Budding -Ii'.nrhold| \ on (.;i ip i ill i i i-I" 11...., made. In J 11'.i\ 10'i allol| ,tli,. nl, Iii, "a1, I .il, tin s iiun j{ ,.ouplr.i '!
!; nrrii'i. ".>ui"i N12 1-6 11"f, "Io"h)i ar' sf tnll'1.' n,n Thl- ,, t1(0' Intel IttI10t-I; ] I I al.l, I .11"\\1'I U I J'i ,.i i.,Inn' 'the( ..l1, i IIU> ",' M 1 Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor ;
., Office '1'h..nv im H. ",ltl>'nti Phona IICB of the .t Illy ,1\, < ''l,U. "I pr.l. I '.n1 1 II.p I ,| 1 ill!. I let'I, I I 1.l! .' I' .\,1.', x \ 11'.11""r' t I I.I I.- 'i ,
the t ,
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> Adinlnlol. ii 1"'lh n t. i nxtinrtlon; of p i .'''11 1 of Jlo"11 ( ."indc. .)mil flout, it ( ,"i iI |p.II 1 I \ U ill I I" till, curtat, I I I hol.n..l, .. I I l I'.' ..' 01 I .\i, I I'i.u i ,In.I, ,,. I I Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
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I 1'' "11 i 11""'i, i mn" dhuter] i nnn:i l li I""n" ..
I Q. F Kill{ II IIS \v J. STEED i,i "n-hi..ilmo.l) Mi v |I'ot.I. i I ',*lnn","i ,,* It-tr-o.Ii.l i :i ,d I t. .''.''.n' , r, ,

;t KRIBBS & STEED '. *'ir". Mit, PI llai ,,,."::011\ 1 1'11'1/i i il ,', .I I.,. "II I I.. ,II'. . ,' Couches, Etc.
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: : \ AT 1.-\\\' 1\l :11)1 i I "IHI--/ in.ss v.onnnl.i i I- 'wa i i>irt" .I 1 1in UNSHAKEN TESTIMONY 1 i ll- of l M\ I
: IOUM.IS: , ,,,, .
the t \li mat' \' sll '/J.T I nLll.I I I I I.. II 11 1 I .I I II f I" "
tomolini| m..t( i 11-1\ i g .
kinds\ I 1'\1.1 I I I .1 .ll: ..t ., ,
bu"Irlt'"S of all given. |' II L"
Legal I"I"'lda.
r t III i' dloiuni" nunrIt" %| i 1 i Iti ,the nl
\I I Ii,,'i sill' 'ill, -hi.d t f.1, i': "f ll I., I this store in making; a innid fur .itv It ,11 inittir
'i j. prompt aUI'll lion. i")in nenilix.bur) ., tin liii,,) al.t ,1m IP Pimc, i i i- the) 1.-, of,1( , .li I S .It
''" Ofnc... 11 and 12 Stnt.. Rank Hid*. putrd I to have buried, Nihon in "?p:"inish !I'CMII-' ,;, i KllllKX. "I'lll- hal' -11(1(11 t tIi.te.t. ", "I''','MIII.' tlu. t.n'llattiy' .11.1 \iliny' helping' people to outfit hump. futile and.<.r- Our \pates are-
'It KIssiiniiKe. Florida. ) gold I lipfoip befog i i"iptuiid and (. :N.O: Kik'imnm4\ "Id."t \\hosiif" ,Lainplay.. I (01 I oft I i.\ I I".. I ," M right.

hanged bthe ciew of. an. \nieiu'"in rl"-i hadad", di an n oin r in" i'111: \ si.ll% (.' .
ti avid (if-war. and foitune's' hate }ben i IK i.in "icniain 1I11'on\lII..d; li\ tinI l hi lii idc. \\'hot is ...f) i i] n.' 'I..''. -
f' \ T. M. RIVERS. M. D. }lost in futile .If"\f >. to IPCO\M the \\ ]It' told le.tlmnuy1 ", Mi' I \ |1"I" .is Hi\ I t'I,,.,, . I
t Iren'.ure. AiKinttiious nun hate lost Mf-. A. < limtn) ) < Illiniiis -------I.t.f ( thin -In' a"I'al'd.t ir'umd n "I hll"d
n PHYSICIAN and SURGEON their I lues, whole on these i.in.dition.. ('( ')liuid Fla.1 , i\'- Sunn- ,\c.iiv, agoIsIdl.ev sunn, t nl.'i. 1.d 'ml" ..' 101"., I..1.' t.,' TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
'r.( Office over Osceola Pharmacy among: these being lorn, !Roussctt a ". heraune iilTeitid, and from hal. glut e- mil slim} t t." ,ii,.0 i: )" _h".,
.IC youth of 1 french extinction" : oho.. that time on. I surTtiid, untold agooc. carped l ] 1111 m in' 'IKIII'| lug t ,IJ,' I hI" I.I.t1) .ItI .
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,t Fhona Hcaldenre 6f . :;.I j 1 l rl frightened{! bv imaginary pirate, I he, last d\-t> 'ten,r'. .it lieiume' OITIc 141 :Mis. I .,,,,
tr'r"-( \\ 1"I 1 i
distance. of thnt\ miles that at temps, 1 MInot Idle ] r i 1
ghosts, ran a \ to get d 'it have exaitlv the Pouli.
..; m one night/ to the nc rest si'ttleme of lii-d I'had pit n. ,in tin link, hciulHI lit riu t1C young Indus, -h,, I I- .aI'| O Railroad or Stationary Engine we you
,'f?"' J. A. TROMLUON. \i. I). and die l a few monthlater. at the h.,,'" and dv/ines- Soin<>tim' <'> I Iwn (jinti' a talented I \ounir TMII '." i I"1 (11Mi need in your everyday work Wrenches, Hammers. ()Oilrri rlc ,
tp I,; Special Attention to Florida Hospital, for the. Insane with >. o lame that t I wasn't able to : ,'. Persons i la a -11,', ,". | "i| x ... ,nrluisllll all of the best quality, and workmanship and at l pn< rk that Mill
CANCER, .OITKE; TUMORS and pirate visions still haunting, him walk I I Iionldnot, .trop. user \cr\ will I 'ss Ml.in nf .t.'I( | JF ", ,.,' ,
DISEASES OK THE SKIN. old is err popular ifi',. uil,. surprise you. 114 store has the reputation of handling onlr/
| I?nrh y"ar iiiKpnrillii; and his. jihnn- ,and if I did I ,'oul.h't get t up again u 'J''
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, tdm crew sad into 1I111"horoulh Buy, Sly limbs vdv swollen to twice their, tie of file'lids. hardware that u of superior quality and you will make no niT'
; 6 to 11 a. m. ;i sulxlue the city and inaugurate. an era natuial I si/4.' Thcseiffci inifs/ molt. TI1(1 I : l iiiirtic'ili, .i'. "f'. , i ,L. take in coming here NOW and impeding our I tug ilo '*,
\I Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 of merrymaking/ in which people of me "'I'rlhld.ml1.h'al't,1 and ,doctor. 'r'II..ny. 1 to point ' ,111.-t i t I.I I.i iI .
to 8 p. m sepl Cmo pd Ir' | many nations participate To the carnival told me that I couldn't In- helped I loiul.i" I They will. .,r h"11"
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has been added a product rtxpo i After f finishing/ Mpial hof. thenfriend.. lift I till t Mllllltl. I, ,It t
lion which IlIlIn'l Kidney !'III.., I 'h "Kissinimi, I Fla.
in twenty semi tropic was in sin
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( LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW counties and the island of Cuba par I good health thin I was able to do nuhcnisi ------ -
1 H{ M Smith of Mi ., .. I I. Osceola Hardware Company
tKipate, and harness and running woik and felt Inter( in <,\''ry nifli i"i"
,5 i races, golf tournament. and other outdoor wit\' iiiivid" Sunola\ on a \i I-It to In I I"h,
sports uh featured! The exposition A T I A I.A TEH H).\'I'F: Mrs. ('I.'n1| <'ns.lll II'. .IK 1 :-;nnth., | |Intl-1,11.! ., ,? ,
f Waring Building. grounds are a part of the, muIIH _. I have no ,Mason to chin 'o mv' itt.iihtd to the, \isit is Illy] M, ,,,iluiIIIIM -
I ipallv owned Tampa Bay Hiitel( high opinion' of Hums' kidicI'llK I not SIID sidle tlll'I, i I t.'l'i 1\1.\i -
it:
;,-.; property and are loiated, in the heart ( JM still indnivi' then{ and ....jlin" the Igllt .11:11.. -- ----

b-'. I I'' of the principal rfsiduu, e )((lion' of ,tatcnxnt I gave piaisin tli in' st.\ r '
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,*. : the city.LEGISLATORS. rutl l year_ .jro T I \II ES ell I I' I\MiKl J I I I III I. t ,.1,' ..
ALAN MacDONOUGH ___ t
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\ll< :-101'-:' I 1\111'1 I I lm t. tt. .t .
; Registered Architect ARE INVITED I ,ask fin a k 'dm\' iinn-iK get l ll ( .. ,
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AND TO INSPECT THE EVERGLADES l 11"1', i s Knlni, \' 1MK tin s:mu tli itMis :';. lour (llnr'! : (t.el a ;J"? > rat 1 Ixitllt. " ",.,
(I'Icntrni) v h i- t \\11 ,' "doll'h'. i .
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ENGINEERBRONSON I of Ilindirnit.) right: t novt -- \ lsiistops It. t "r I.I .
ndi'01.I I".r 1 : ,
.iniin' Millnii
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I'nips l'utT.lo. :Nii : Y.
BLIX KISSIMMEP. FLA. .
I Legislators hare heel m\ld! to XI" It d" ,
J. a the southern, p.ut Pitt t of t tic,. M Ial.. mil in, 1'11111.I lulttlr 1, "01,1 I, "n, I ""I'L'"
-IH'd i t t Ihr I E\; er triad-.-. ilu nip h the 1 wrrkof I F 1 01 I u \ :\ i 10 \ (di I I r: hin',I ,I. nuns' .tnl.Ii.1 I I "f .1 'J> 1' 1-. I DEVELOP NEW (.HKKHS !VURKl I Ir
I February 11 Iiuititionfor, the I'a -.d", of d..d"nil,' 'tli .il ,(\1110"J"I | l lI
Pat John.ton O P. aarraf l\ your llt\ poll tat fin 0"| Infill .
I Ili l 11 I l 11",1"1 I ''i d.I, l "l, I I"\ t tI r I ,
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JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Saturday, I'rbtint I \' Illlll. I the\ hall: a- d""eI",,, It t.I .,,I b t th.I ,. h./ t'' '', '

Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe ol its IIIt".. 'its -I t 11 "gth .11 d.t. .rr '" I ,
Old Standard general' strengthening, tonic, Toll |rioting of many kin'!'s is done li ft.. I' ,."t.all\., ju', ...1"u, rr'\g '.i f I.'\ > I hi "" " I II I

./ Officci 10, 11 and 12 Citizen. Bane GKOVH TASTELESS chill TONiC, drivea out mil, done well, at the office of 111'aJI.y <' i n. iId I I MI.hllJr..f t t'r t ,,',lip w hl.,, li I I" ." I'
Building Mslarta.enrtcheBthetilood, .and builds up the*ystetn. if II..t. 'telllIIII1tI I i :'"M r' h""nr, i ito it...' \ 1 ,( I'
KlBalinnn F1& A true tonic. I'oradult. .nd children 50<:. \ (di; 7ette. I hiink' lousan ,iunl,,,1 ISO I tin. 'i the .11, I ,. I 1u

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(P"r, Osceola County Fair II











S..' Official State Poultry Show of American Poultry As"n:






.i'rl ( February 14 to Inclusive, ,:t I







KISSIMMEE FLORIDA


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_S : On Standard, New, Half-Mile Oval Speedway. i

RACES

A Splendid String of Fast Horses Assured





Agriculture and Live Stock Exhibits





J: Needlework, Domestic Science and Art Displays, Special Prizes for City and Rural Schools, Sports and Athletics .





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THE GREAT



. ,. JOHNNY J. JONES CARNIVAL SHOWS



Larger and More Gorgeous Than Ever---Will Open the Season at Kissimmee on the Fair Grounds and Will


Show During the Entire Week. Entirely New Attractions.

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Novel and Entertaining Features---Casli Prizes, Liberal Treatment to All---Reduced. \n. I R. Hates---Don't hail to .Vtleml ---J : \lnhs, ( | |, xfCi, | ;: { :

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S. L. LUPFER, President A. E.: THOM .VS. Sccrctur\ :!:: r:

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v Demonstration A "" 41 0 :b


'set to Any Farniuigt:: "
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' 'iiTijt' community another sad athinr
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hed to it hIuchlfood, the be.tniRt. ; p -'F y. 'O'3- i! ,t oil
. i i Fo1Iowint is i llat at.14 4i '
I hi re through thployod nuaber; if 'Coaa 'aRMli,, ?

: \lfi-nt B. E.n' : *t -v i ti d, , ',iA .
-i of office, and Narth sad

f growers real- Arizona 4.IS C.liYerala .

hi- has made Connocticvt 7, ;rr 4ta g pw
there are some 7 Illinois.-23, I.dir ,.. ; so (i .,. -.t ( '

.I acyuainty r lansas lb, Mahu..7; r 4. ;; '111'4. at,', 5(7rk( ar .:.c. ,i 4 l.z ( 8 ,
,,u t agents Michigan ft, )line. t E t
I""" i-neral innub- 14, Montana S, 'VtIlampihlrt '
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rf' 61sw
rt "e -r
t his line.I1 Mexico 9. New-.Tee.; !

N ork North Dakota ZX OW ., t
"hi" itare to- Pennsylvania!. 30, 5
.1 I of 1.240 South Dakota I* *1s . / .

I 11 M r i aunties Washington IS, YLacoeltAs '
n n, 'than ing 9; total "" .' c i r' tl fl .,A.n
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Muthernr Alabama 57.- Arkanatstl tif1+lmjM

.r. J IthernI Georgia lit=,-1Cen .
I''" th'I' lava i 37, Manrlaad 13, 9*, ,S c%' 9R, 1

I the North Carolina .U cA, \ : d
'1 I h South Carolina 47 'l T 4I42, {.

[ ., ,,1' ,," Texas 79, Virginia,4 h (:
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In. U ; total 767.V '* t r -' vf 7t Of .
nun'' DUtrict AwaUKaniat ...;t, '.
I' for 4, Sooth Dakota *: I. f jj
I ,-ileral 4, ArkaniM 4,' Florida t,' ( 4 t .r ;

leas Kentucky 2, Loulilana r",
I" ., that 5, North Caroline ifi f
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I.' ,Ir for a South Carolina S, T nn aaM 9 I Tess t % rt 'y f

R Virginia 6, Watt Virginia >;.-.I.< : :
11.1, 61. r :: .r .yl rv !
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> hI''<>" that I' ,: .. ..-1 Ii Ii1
g many
Anneal Repsrt'MA.I a9' iM11a
>' all and' I .:1 "
'i., | plant di.raps ,- annual rrt psrt.f C.tsay yet.- -
v i teit"f stratbn Agent z
more prof- work lteeolaptlsitid 1 j
i lie repre- lit and Aeesaber imad.
.tnJ, ,ink, Ofttimei
thisLads ifto
-.1 l hmany.. ,

in Ik that the hi a Wrprisi 3d >; S Md 'v w' aa... $

i I-uakc, ,, .Arty a in iyst which- the msel wfl1 64pnemiIng I had \-ntfrtiM" oi lano w;you havle r

i work without Y ,.
-...me of them seeompp> *S&a for several ; mvguehetl: rHe'dIdffi ( Ir f

,.10'. -, t.i.few. intrude who feel on the brTd spat sa d sry.df xMi! t l :or'3ohn of Ji t befor I t8Ylp, tine,.

ainj, nffer. UlI'area-
r r/-ti.uested to do visitsd 4iS their Stye.4sl .

nil.,j regard this in

"(I1I'al, too anx'cj. nr
i i ir affairs. Con- .i.it. .. far>.a.tFam < and "the:

.. h.h.lr> official feature visits the road and es b east Sian and 1LBun.tlaa'.ni"dit -* tS -iI..? I didn't )1 ..1 1 tea Vie4 Y his i fthe to "l

when they are rn tlatlli 6'' ,. I heard the r'of 5.I th ilk ;


> "",\ ..m..nt is uci Letter. wrltRat, iM. 0;. beadm' '. a v erybeat'etOckt:s :He' Oozes fiw S-x. .
i "' up many farm Horsed and .tsaisa 1sIMf1 r J era*1.a '

,. in' IT far beyond r -S gstsi- y ripestrii ,' 3'vf,
hI' organizer Hop fatocolaUd,' ; y
11 "i- n biff one; cram, twtnty-on*, t r ''. t ( .; Her is ru,3tThemhhL
.u. ,,1Itmitl'd by Total mnbtmof Tall'.L

li'iMe studies forty-two; total .
i hi > county meetings,' Imo. ad
tho-e who Number 5 mules'' UaiOi :cilasl
1- hiis J able 906; numbs? of tlsiisa ftwan
h.nc never 7,6RBj7,93 -
w liM.lual, He mlies. ,siV' r Ji

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clings of ichoolaadmlaaloa root i Of he e. *ndwrmngledy

foe t Nti (4','

chool Boards pupil Tou* BTlTl
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A.t raTh.ro
I I." 22 1010. belag st. .*

... per ad. f t aUaraN Y . rAttNtitC. -
4 It,. ro' treln.

h.d rr.tn, And r.,. N-4/rssa '
J l..wrll. su- ICl.ds L h ra tfm d ; rlr IriaDaiw. !1 e$) uT.Qi

Th. sehe.lff i mtye -- ..... A #rf .1..r ..4.'beet .
r zed to be 1s4 slow, t\osre trdrslrrbalriaaai r r't"wr.. -
J. aq PyS1 iro
. ten; ay.Selectee .
r w. hool
1\ .10.00 .f ISO.laM P
I nh.r read .d a -me -

< A* M 4 4t.r" l+yi .
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50 Oft .!<9 Y1 r'l w ?
( noon y l
40 no4M To I

00 lWLS **mn
40 OO C..rl -, T k
I horwlth tender NMf
5" oo4n
45 Oil seer .( 0.i.lau 3uiiA HTr
> Deo.mlNtG A. ft inti > ,
411 110r.,1I0 *
00 Ralane from ene Sail se ro 614y,1 I &&& jit3 L ;*;; l ft

4000 r A mount' reesltr d :reins... R Y *5 _
\125 00 T. M. ]Itrp y. r ksa ta$ 1 !!.: .t p p .4Wj JU* M jM
err 00 I eena )ib..rnb.' 1 -
;5,0 Klaitmm** City ... : /. v / r5 "0r.5 Jack Simmons, cale. of L 1- ry.x
110r. Comptroller, -July *mmm*
.', Ito r. K. TowlU sal black .
r.5: "IIr. T. M. Hnr ar>v hsntingr- :
.; ernr cenoo, Don>'<.kiM
; 00ss Tax Colsctor. -polls +
no4Jt Tas Collector, Taros ........
: 00III I -f".t- 5 Ss
p
.5 g Hy paid warrants M Per V Ui..&# t, at J
BK I 7wl
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45 110 4 s uN r !: b+' w
35 110 Br t htlaae Tr'tt.-
35 00 I '
45 00 v Ile a1 r' -
95 00 Balance from tail v
1\ 40 00 Amount roeolTofl from, C>aaf" 1'f- , ,rfr.: :
40 00 troller July'ndm

95 45 35 00 00 00 Amount l.ctor reesfyed taxes-.i5 frees ;.t. '; : .. 111, A. ysslwLN .

40 00 A,' A/ea i. A? :tip '5(1. 'p .
61 OO raid warrants as per 1Balanes r.s.r'.ah.ej .u! h.Iltsea.Sea. .
40 00 f At J
35 00
1 45 00 Are.aia..T fyN Ow aNtfas t t na.t
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35 00 .atisob.ar ., LS>rt10e1
40 00 from t 4 Arsdla-- .
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Amount
I 1500 seed
lector, tasty
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Balance from t.s MAmosat '1 a5 a--- INA.
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Amount St 1 !
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t 'r.er Am.aat y r A. readta___ i.pre.dtayI .
lestol, ., *
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25 0010.00 :' City ..r..r.ward
I. A4By dip : Hsea atoye aoho.ti
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paidw rrst. pef, _

,1"'I" : 60/1 BaLne. ..k fr Aresda1.N L Lspt.r cosfrmis.lostfrNi, :%' Ngt Bose>tl .nan a

26 00 s1 e /11s0 1im.ayd
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I hI Balane. freer :. t- -_ s.NA. il"Phrtfa serytseeho.l No. t 1.50Dssas.t i faWlad '
in ooil.irv t6t JP.hn 155
Amount troller. Arsstfa 6 N *_.* x.. e JP qdent:of 4'u1A
\,,4 500 Amount ,.;; 1. Lirfer eommIs./oa, treaeafay -
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rrl,1. .1\ with the /ester,, taxeryd Is l.r Ca I .b.r tor? n11.1aschool a1 N m m i.gon as
',.' mn mklna; + vrrf ,. r A. Atadla-__ see No. ta------------ .. .. N 1
I In Hi hoot t W after tS
r ..l.-t..rmln Paid wa y A. ... LNA. The aimed ma apettsat 5i
,, I ,ttt..ndan..eIrl. from .1. .tivi A. D. Isle and a ..
'. .-t The.nrnwtlnn Balaseoxf.. 4Ralaae. = A'Mli5.55 AeM t0 sir.atytw
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.t in Chap1i ter.rA.red A. 9.NL
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anI =
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I h., Hoard fur- Paid warrN t time as -
.if .,.I.t flee- ,
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.M, I t,4 to act at t
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,;,, : J( ,,1\\ f.4 ,\\/ "4.5 .1::'. i+.h ;M !t.:1t v'" '1' "' -KISSHHHSE ,VALLEY/GAZETTE, FRIDAT. .JANUARY'. t.i t. 4 J "t.. -'. '. :' .,,:t("L \,._ 'f fl f.t 1: ;I.JMfti })l' ,,nn
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': -- .. ... Jt \ ,.. " ." '" .. ... ''I .. sections' ''t ,'l ,.1/CIAd r.C; ei'.Kiv. :Nft:
.0 ; .Dt natare/and I the laV:* ; t ave taken cross. ,ever this \ _. k

and, plsowi!;ia,;the' MRS. C CASON H: lAD'N i area to determine> the elevation of the "J JOJI'fJBC.! r ,
land fot of calculating-
". .. .W4Bwdrt: "' purposes .."", ._ . . --
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of fill required and we have -
..... ... r'- t: :': RETURNING amount Cure' JSick.BMdacli s;' ;CaastlpatlesvSear '
the HOPE OF taken elevations and i Hounding out ;
of.cettinc bidders on .... .
BUIM. : StoeaackA Bad ?
Wac .
2 .. . into 'the Jake.. 'High and'low watermarks fc
; Jackle, stated that h< did I -. .J.. ,.-.. -IJl 'V .*> +" ..Ii x'* **< : Bre.th Cathartic. ; "
I' checked
', la this for the lake were : up, : ,
te 4if Acuity .
any ;\ .
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SIMMS .
fell. | \.r, tf.it "
; estimates made are Ub ( ard all features in the field were staged -"No'loddHbov\' 'liver stem.'HI', ,
mach and this clasp of work would WENTTO ATLANTA PROPPED UP in 'order to enable us to. reelll.i.ead bad-your ;
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t"-- {(doiy'"T.u : more, than 'thd'rsc.nt t|, Oy.PILLOWS-TAKES TANia ,the character and general layout ach or. bowolsi Jtow zauch'oar. head '
aches Jww miserable.)oo are/from,
sa l' other f.\ \ j or work-in progress' '/ ', ',LAC'AND GAINS U, of the improvement: best suited to constipatien.4 indigestion bUioasaeaa 1>,
't. ' .. ,the .situation. ," "tiI ?f$ .
coast.. This is for the.. L. ''
POUNDS and
tomacli ._ .Tt ; would be We have mads a'careful studs of sluarUh bowelsyov always got j' Vrelief.
contcaetor com
: ..with Immo1diatdy
Stontach .'., -- the retaining l wall and submit herewith l saroe. They .
i; : I J, ',\. t cleanse and regulate the ttoI :: P
Nak ah : I sketches of"..the two sections
UU rteIiY'l'J : ; : ; p4 1 IA .horH time ago Mr.4?: 'B. Battle, which we find best adapted i to the ex* eel, remove the soar fermenting food :-

f% > N ih't R.midyA who'IIw.1J..JmOWD, la Atlanta came conditions.v Our studies have and foul gases; take the excess bile ,, i'
A r r + ash AUmtnt; : I into Jacobs' .' a bottleof covered sting the matter of the wall and from ,th. Uver and carry off the constipatad -,. *' i '
d 1 M' "ria'u4, :: I Tanlac for his slsterlaw Mrs. 0: I that' .waite I 'matter rand poison,
the &U In order morereadily
I C. who lives Some distance out you may from. the' Intestines and bowetA I 1 '
r{ f-' Cason and intelligently determine }
1uh t of Atlanta near Acworth While makng th.loc.tJon of the wall we have 10-coat box fr m your druggist will,
UKEFRONT j the purchase, Mr. Battle told of upon prepared estimates of east bared upon keepyour! liver) and bowels .clean,. \:, .
a :"TO '' the' wonderful Improvement! In Mrs. tavefour different locations ,of, the stomach"''sweet.} and bead clear for '

......'.,....,.....\ .j"" ; j Cason's 'I condition since she began using wall which are shown on the accompanying months, ,Tho11rOrk.WhI1e'you slesf.:<-'r, .
the medicine about six w *ks ago. We also give the cost :11>.. .' . '" "
"4"40ontin J : ;J
pnrpos. Mrs. Cason felt so grateful for the wait ANNOUNCED' 'F0> COUNCIL> : ,
of, ; V
wonderful benefit she had received that r.band .
Aeompanying this report -: .
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mark M for tb she wanted to make a public statement you drawings whowing the results of Ih.W.lh'Ctirsoa. tocSa-aabt; hits t". r.
''I \.1\ and all f as she felt it her duty to tell the our investigations and our recommendations announcement for n-eloetIo.l to the "

. ( iod in order, ..,. whole world about Tanlac.the He Tanlac thenuggested for the improvement as fpl- position of CoaacU : -! ,,3 '
that D& Elder lows: Sheet No. 1, general map; sheet has faithfullyea.
mend the padty be served : ) :
:, "_cate ...'t lay.of.the : r.tofo--.t: 'Jacobs'interview call at his No, t, survey for wall location andtopographj competently for the put year, makin I a't
r.. sheet No. 8, gravity wall,
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r.eord .wblch 1M foo
iltuation. . I a 0 an ou4,1the
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., 1 k Dr. Elder called at Mr. Bat-
When
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Cost \\.t1d.lt; type A; sheet piling wall type B. and
4 1. : ; The Um, : Ue'. residence on English avenue, the | one appreciated by pubUe.1 F.
Both walls of concrete and "
four lines of are H. Lawson. one of the most prominent ,
prime
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'Wor tkBIgMeaiep" : following IDOI'DIDI'o.It happened construction Good "'
: i extending out permanent business men Xlsstmmoo, 'always a
1 M1Y. A ..... ....... K'w -- M snib. old traikbead . I Mr.door,Battle and himself cordially met Invited turn him at into t.h.1 paD foundation is found at a depth of looking after the welfare t aad+,.... ,
.... .. and very I 'rom four to seven feet below the surface of the also '
c.eaat., ..... .., Railroad ill Mrs. Cason. who was building community cornea .I!
i' tow ** t.e..t. wita eyes tm ear Either of, "t. living and room. made her I of I the ..water in the lake as ,It before the people through the eotamaa, ',*
,, "' bright happy, soon apMarence stood on Dec. 29, 1918. A height of
eAYtetr: IIu..N 7al'.w.'s.s. or all of the Gasette today, asking for their .
rM ... s.v stwIT. vS GIlt .........' anted still .J and began with delighttell to the; wall of three feet above the BUT* support U,the primray to be held la ''
'J .. of wbnderful of her ,
i ::=: ::, the'will'of' : If the recovery will I face of the water as xImti.otlon. Doe. MUch Us. ambition being.to serve asCouncilman. ,
1 ; hats .. ,, : [Vo kinds >f JtOMA, health and her statement go 29th seems best -eondU "
{ uC.ltu.e'h down in ,hI.tol7" being one of the .. This of wall will ; .. ,
.,sa.raaw.a"hefelleeilMx.as:1 ated on.:Tik height providea :: .od. f :,
c. Take most-nr arkable ever given a proprietary slope for drainage from the railroadto ? r :\
s.ln Mee pal ..... s
{ a ,; .u.q. and concrete medicine Here is her story ,NEW, rLUlBWC COMPANY : ; .
? f seses its t.4 tat of these are lritb Property,Owners',' the lake about as small as can be
b === : ., . lit her owa words '
used. Below '
t estimatedcosts
"= Ttr hsw'wb.ta ; t. we give our '
t ; wee g....... ;.71.Mods. but work from the. ._ I "About'six weeks' ago I left my of the improvement for the two ',The sTlsslmmee Ptanbing'Company: t', ,
**Hjaat* U ** poor lesso wbeteMa of bi.d.h.ri'; and other borne oa our farm near Acworth- Ga, different .types of,wall, and forth has opened aflrst-dasr ftaaMajr AMment '
iblp
the'tfpO
t K tMl.4..o rev War t te come to my' sister's home nero in keatinr establish "
four different locations of wall.... ; 3Nan 'h
l. /..;. ... ....... ... nd due,the print line' for'dredgisg work' mentioned by rail Atlanta, and I left with only a shadow Total Estlratd'CestCQnc way( ]dstlnesbHlodlbatd1.
at posits
.... .. the of hope of ever returning alive to my i la'workmanshia
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Bads ss \....... a7 K'r lowest cost. .their drdffs la place. by home and husband. ategnvity wall, typ.'ArIAanion (and material *.te: ,
z . ee.o lufcested. It was surrssied. how; continued Line 1: '' their lint, tad"" saalUry work.Concctod .
emu. ......... K t ..... t."I'left 'Acworth, she .
,bees .. K ........ K foot ranrW the contractor undenakinc n a' comfortable.automob ,i prop. 6,100lb.'fet.'of wall $5 .000680.:. withvS'eoaeacai !., F. J.Raehn .

'fit aXM 90* he*'**.WrteeMt. .: The. manner ', *would ship r his machinery ted,up en pillowscoming much 000 cubic yards fill at 15c 1102400; of Orlando*who. has had yearn
other words 1'a.! build the dredges'at this of ,, ,
aporI and O.
.. fcaW lhe country. I had almost as add for contingencies. 10 per) cent A.-Jrtaassh.
VM e r* wrtt to alovt :
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asll. ...M.. ............ .....;, is" to,be, . \ the rendering of his medicine as I had baggage a bit box 116,000; add for ....da..rlnI OI' former, plumbing Inspector of ike Ornrt -.
ltr. sw.1t ........w see ... mouon of Dr. Carson, the full of aU kinds of medicines that had cent, $8,000;, total estimated'cost, county"city*;,The.'latterto: the.
.........:X1w; peo.pp ... "a submitted were accepted. and been prescribed for... I reaebtd 184000.( raeleimed.: 188; manager of the BOW firm,and all war*''
: 1- was drawn in favor of. the here, very weak and exhausted, and coot per acre;: $1,383;.. will be don under his personal,nqa
.BUCKEYE iuz: BIE appoint the work. The with scarcely .nou ,'h strength to Location Line No 2:' '; vision; . .
:Xt. }mfMt -- kBaiMf] a. .. the committee walk to the door. This trouble from .
1 1wpMM.LciILm : .. . .1, I II property owners and Mr. which I had suffered so'long, had re ,4SOl lin ft of'wall.at It. $SS.oooa 4wHNOdNr . I
: .' n.c.o1LLr'eE was informed that he could du.dme; to almost a'shadow; as I 660.000 cubic yards fill at We, $84,000 j '" ,

.. ....west Eiuis r.'p aa.'... Instructions at almost only weirhed,, 60 pounds. add contingenciesr 10 per. cent, '
+ '.nM to tin ".....' J. R. Little of Miami a --My brother-in-law Mr. Battle i $14,000* ;" add for engineering, IS. percent 1 : C.W. :GRIFFIN
,. ", has signified! his intention said,/Well you have.tried'veiythingelse 87,000; total estimated 'cost,
r tr' the project,'accenting with no,relief, now I want' you $$163.000. Acreage reclaimed., liLt; : 1 .
: 'W Q W,. I : against ,the,property ef ''to lay aside your "drug shop" and cost per acre.. $$1.847' > .. ;' ,; :.!-f.' .
.JI.P: I his payment tab, Tanlae.' Of course I was "will Location Line No. $f ', : 1 : 'st. PJ u:. t ;.
1 ,SALESMAN ,Is the Theo to Act ar to try it, for the medicine Is the 5,3501lO.'feet of watt at't,'$57,000; . t" 1\,'."r. ;:r.
; 1; 10 ', .. is to !the hands of the talk of; the whole country. Well, he 710,000 cubic yards fill at iSe10$106-

.' "1-;; r : owners along the proposed rot It for me and I started on my first 500: add for contingencies ,. per GROCERIES;
.,.,j. ... .. l lIj.J .. |othlng can be bottle that day. cenL, ,U,8001"acld for.da..rln, Iper ; .
.j':Orlndo.j q. t Florid1 this feature has been set- -When I have taken about hLt of cent, $8, ;00; total u mated cost, ,

. I .I committee appointed to he first bottle I began to feel stronger 188000. Acreage roe1aIod, '1115.6; : Fraa Deli tai ail Parti
\ f this phase of' the .situation and encouraged. I continued to cost- per acre, $1,377. 1r'' egY .
.r'.. ,, I. r., .. ) .I. /*baa,.. at once; 'and are take it and It U nothing short of marvelous ,Location Line No. 41 #<.0' ''. 01 the CJItrt.1f" .):: '
/ \ sCoMInu.dfrom'; Pats 4) ., I that definite 1,600 lin. feet of wall at $A $58,500 + '
1, J( :, something how I improved day by cia,. ; :Y4 '",+: i
,. .-.. t :J t I." at without delay. It t[ felt myself further and further 760,000 cubic yards fill at lie, 814V r
apparel he eoeti41ii'itat.d"t \ that. many of the prop from the grave. My appetite returned 000; add for contingencies, 10 per
*,'& ... b.tor.ett aa'" ...1141..slgwsd wee in favor of the fan and mv foocllMlDOd to nourish ms, cent! ,"fiT, OOi add for eiwuaeringV.

: '..korI ,epu44 .o4 ...t."." bdll4Ig", be I.. "/"anel that the delay would and agree with ..... Hy akin and com, per cent $8,700; total estimated cost. IH" f 5 to" ,: *.t (; VrMtt. ," .*.<(.->.
4. 0<; =.= :' :1t. dloao. I This Is aa Important part ef plexlon began,doartDC up and ( fan- $1 8,600; acreage r cl Imedf 148; cost

J;.JUter 4:thet oa4rkUonQlhirrgrsad se.ltorlom, ,: Under the actl of the proved la .every way possible. until 'I'M1 ... ,o\fc, AUja.LIVHIY; ;
o tku ors. \1- to be
', .s, .oadt are a'wwll woman, and.when Isay
i :vld.4 sfor..nt that tnsxp.as.'ot'Ugka.. w: w4 b tks ck.rot "' t the prom ) benefited ;'.well, Il.aboolata11'? what '1 :'Canc.ti'Bhiit'Pntng. type B=Lolin. ''J DAY.JOR 1 NMkTJ. ...,
ta oompa.4 .r s. *1. ,WID.l' 't' AI ""? Improvement this U te be in say.**I want.to tell the whole world Line it 's a '
"a-oAe .mml.t ,.7&BWKt::a11"fl'It.pl.W.p. ... I-t? ,COL.'' of a lien upon the method' that t thank God and Tanlac.. ,eat doe .' feet ot i'.a; $ *- I t

w+ tJ.1. ,..r.treet.+ ''T.. U. 1l.rrch., dty. Attr : ; which it Is made the '.'"I weigh. M pounds.now and feel 600' eWfiOO o cubic, yards fill at,15e. R4 M
notes Pldt.r apwarsd \ 4, ... ,1 &" these assessments arc pro u.well as'1'ever, felt m my life. I $10 i.000; add for* contingoncios, ''li
r:. Bohr, and rseu..t.d that the sedl. l .., : : per
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I 1M. far _
tslem Leturaof.es.teauoM.IVt.aatan N tbe HIIIa or. ,' '. ....., ae made will be. pay. home ea tho..Utt1e.taI'Ia..a five, miles ing., i l'por- ND ". ,$' ,100;,'total esti .Gtlk

pr.v14M tllat ..mhMi.a par b.Oharsed su qual Installments....... a ,from Acworth tomorrow.aDd went It ...WeoIt. 'lea,MO., .Acreage .r*. ', f
v ten DOf.1. Aft.r 41--'n. th, yide -. :ant-.zta. years. .a>. be''a1 joyful meeting returning to'lDt it : r !any ,

r., utur to with allow ahcr4 *the...Mdltrt...... 'M. .B**..r 4t helgfiVof :: interest at tie rate of per .kaabaad and home absolstely well and c.LOcaU a .osNPasr ; . D.;GREEN'
, feet above annum from the day It is wont:I ,.tell,
,( r sash. p.rpossa .tstI., provldd happvwand everybody : feet of wall at $&M, M-
that all IIMBM* r:0 rtr doeld I b* which *... !' ,determined, '.proper amend about, ....\.Taa1ae has done 0. ... 000160 cubic yards.ail at $15*. TI ,.$NSLL
.. born by th. .IMMU Mlajr It kin that as lien the ,; oay It's'juaUlk. she "
. b7 rMMBibl 1 for mf Uons eo,. u, chi a. .*.,000; add t-contingencies: 10 pus
"I .1" L.' I"MBtM.w.UM to th. bolldlag. Tbs tooar r*. I ,:The -"Wu.. U paid. The ed m Mr; Battle about this time.Tanlae cent.,$11, 00 J.add for engineering Iper .
". aerves th* right t* tempt r ) etappUoatloM car slope'for will be carried cat with com has simply robbed the grave, cent, $6,400; total estimate coat. 'Y n w. t ++(
).: (or ; acreage ;
f' &ort'1'h_'r*".blot-, '.'",-so<.fartb.i t>*.la..... the\ I sistently he .,.. m' general. However. she started on this medicine, you per acre, $1,198.Location Ml. M M M M MM M M
" ;L.rd Board a4Jo r... Mtll the neat .Pla' reclaimed will be taken .. to elimln would say the same thing. Line No. 8t ;
.' 1TILLE
as..ta lprt art dt1t, 1tt :. outlined siW. obstacleswhich would ."I dId 't know at the time just : rM :

.' .f :r. 4iitl.nI'ins .. .. .. .1 ,," 'c' , the'cost J OI: unnecessary, delay la this what her trouble was, but the doctors 6450 live feet of wall at 06JO $41.. _
"\ a. ,TOtnttt,.MrtaUB. ..a. ,.tl. to,' ."..k.-' said she )had pellagra. She may have 200; 710,000 cubic yards fill at 15c, Red: EstateRaahyboat ;
1.-' I Site-tie to bo Handled $16.500; add for contingencies, 10 ,
] .. .if" tire'project had It. for all I know, but there is one pei :
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.JI... J... &q.1 Ei,Xn. ., .WID..... bas'k submitted Ii that may come up for thug certain she hasnt got it now cent., 'U,800L; add for engineering" 0pr -r .
n r to \, Imalneu,YWtor.to Kiwtann** Friday, }8145400 to ) will be that of the At. or at least yon wopldn't think so i if cent, $7, 00; total estimated cost, f\tUd'Wd: ..., J j'

.. H. put n at the,Uaahattaa, HoUUi ; '. heading., ,has Line, Railroad,' this com- you could watch her eat I told her, 1170,000; acre .reclaimed, 1864; coot I 'Houses rsatad: 41' .<*..*<*$/X, ,1 .
\'/ r ,* ,-v. > M jokingly, the other day that she was per acre, $1,245.Location '
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eating me out of house and home. Idont Line No. 4: I Taxes paid alidTttlav'ai6tor.onrotideals ./ ,.;

fueis there ever was a case like 6,500 lin. feet of wall at $640, $42,. ; ,:, ':" .. .1 :!
hers and there is one thing certain 200 760,000 cable yards fill at 16c. '
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t. you can count on us telling everybody $114,000; add for contingencies, 10( ; Fire;.'t tile. .('aad.,... AcdVIsat,. la-". .

a about it, because I fully believe per cent, $15,600; add for engineering ..A +_"'" ', '):,
Just ood old-fashion d she owes her life to this medicine B per cent, $7.700, total estimated 1 -.Indemnity.BoadvL. f.
$ cost, $179,500. reclaimed ; .
Tanlae is sold by: J. Z. Roberson. acreage .' ' -, '
143; cost perHcre, $1,256. -* > : a> i>a 4 a .
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Total Estimated Cost Per Front Foot <
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." paD having property that will be.af Concrete Gravity Wall type At '. >A 1

Common Sense tested. Along this line it also has By trestle to spur track 1,400 feet; .F'ORrrREN; '"; h
: been suggested, and in a degree, an Line No. 1, $40.26; Line No.iZ: $ .10 '
..I agitation has been started, to get,in Line No. 8, $40.60; Line No. 4. "2.10. Rooms'unftiirnishid' 'and' tfaf111sbd.; :A?

possession qf the railroad property,on Spur track to .Posslel .avenue, $00 Houses anfurnisbed< land :furni.bed.iAlso
the lake front, if such a thing is pos feet Line No. 1, 31.70; Line Nov 2, city- properties,. farms ,I.

1' tells many folks ;, This Bible, and arrange for a public park. $29.50; Line No. 8, 833J5; Line No. trucking.. > y.and.. ..(.rasing. ,. lands, ort J* '<..;,
would
V prove an ideal spot for a 4, $36.85. Posslel avenue to city dock I. \ ;
,t would project be'of this kind. The land that ,' 800 feet: Line No. 1, $27; Line No,S, ',mIl fLf RfAl1YPAIL.: \; .'.'
reclaimed by the proposed
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$26-80; Line No. 3. $2976; Line No' 1
o iINSTANT Improvement would be a valuable acquisition 2.65j City dock,to city limits, 8,150 II& ., .',Maaagee:tJi4! 0

to could the, city be: 'made and many there improvements for- feet un. No 1, 325.50: Line No Z, 2.7 Baas 8Leer: ..Brack, M.N.KlaslaisM.7
,210; Line No. a, 26M Line 4o.4
; Twe? blocks aorta at ChrUtlaa charck. r
s the entertainment of the 'citizens, aDd yzo.49. : .,
i k at th same time enhance the beautyof ,. ,. "
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Concrete "
Sheet Piling Jl
WaU
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type : 17'
POSTUMinstead the town. It was also suggested By trestle to spur track 1,400 feet ; -a\; \fTHRASHER. ... ,1
that this work should be done u advance -
: 8Hi
of the bultbudln Just ,what frontage; LID No. 1., 837.20; Line No. i.MiiiiJyiiill-+ r RJI.
I, S32.U; Line No, 8. $8730; Line No '' :
J can be accomplished In.thll'Datt.r remains .t4 R..h Rf d. na1' :;
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$ .60. track to
Spur
'V. ,.+r t of r- fi o to it be ...... however realised.but if 'it Is 800 foot; Line NOe'I, *possiel 2S.25; Line avenue lrll r. ( 'w:j.1:
possible be
may No. Z .25 Line .41 t 'r
As has already been said. this Is the No. Z$26$38.25; Poasiel No.avvenue1to city l " :r., ,{
.&c- accepted time to ; J:
get busy on the great dock ,
800 feet '
; Line No. I .23.1(; .,M r-
Improvement protect. The Board of Une Ne. 2 22.10 Line NoT MAT NOT TO BE A'CAN91DArt6 ;
!
Trade should waka op, acid one ; $26; :"
having the''Interest every Line No. 4. .2U01 :city dock,to dty : pa rsx
., of the communityat limits ' FOtlEELECTIMfMayor" ; ;.ur
$460 feet Ine No ,1,$22.70 .
;
heart should .
do
his or her part to ka ,, -' "
Line t J Jr
$1 "jfLine No. 8,.$2235: { '
brng| about this'grostV .
development Line No. .' H. R. May.ed ..w
r. ... 9 works! Following t. the' . .4 82340. ; : : '
e sub.mltted
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.1Y h. # report of ,the '
I "l 1 i From the above costs-you will note over, the dtstinlcs : t .
'1 4Lstr 'Nr. E : 3 1 'I kr ', Council at the spelLl'm..Jng:. of,the that,the" concrete sheet piling wall 1 r Kissimmee. for a period of thi

; ; t ;' ,.oJ .. '2''held x h MondaynightF, "f (type B) oa location line 2;;; is the lowest with the highest degre* of sat
14 t'' ( + 'l Iii'' ,',,,,If.i, f , in cost of the several -saggVstedschemes and effidency.' announces that

"? f. Reporter Engineers'. \ ,the,total cost-per acre dip panto a candidate. for re-ewe:
intermits nehj
198 foot berag'
r t r y Y ; ,""'Wr, Miami FU; Jan.?12.,MIT.':" log,from.I39.45tf,3.26.r front. .. -.1 rang- desires to fjve these more.eltention

; r ? nj Honorable City Council of Xissimmee. mstructloas.XLYCE In the ,......tMr: m

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'',' "a rye1'; % .', t + Genttemear.'$.'submit herewith report y ,fl rBy; W'J,.:JCaekley.WeU \. ;' fa all'office,la a ,row and; is that eaeagh tars for yeas r

... Of our. Investigations to the mat '
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'IJ?ckl : PUaaeel 1 With CitytThe
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\ teTol the proposed Kissimmee:water
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w t'T 1- engineer Mr' Walter"J, Kaek.
ftostd.velppsiea: ta r4et.rdaaee'witk' Jar,.who war in the city several .days.

., 'I.o. ?,,. ' gwa. ; '.. by-'""'beja fr. .3r .latorest. .of the Whoad. Prot -. W Lpestaasa
Miami atis
Tuesday buq t. boles k wsltamsa111dpsnlM
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gigot
d4yMM1 of i Kissimmee .ha was
f the of much thehead
yes attention at
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th e irstlo o[ the d of'prominent .eitiaana,. ....
Bolt &ai1road the southern .. boiu m
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: GAZETTE 'THAT ROAD CONTRACT i : *- L..T'OJo 'NAMBS: rsiiciuEN raoii1THBJ ... .. .'. . . . . .. . . . ,.. {
: KISSIMMEE VALLEY' tw
Tiff .tie CoB mIiipers last" ) ,CITY RDaiTEATIOM,1100K.Inante. '
The action of. C unt1, , :Monday

'. ......... lvVe.Hey ....r......F. "' in awardingthe contract: for,paving the KW eSt mr 'TUB CITE 1Ii.D cocwcit AT' AMBsrrma .1 Classified Advertisements i

E ..... 'I. ........ ......... KI---- 1yI. .444 Cloud road has aroused the tax-pavers ,and dtiseas 'J ONlem. ,JANUARY ; ?jMMMM

to no-uncertain degree.' That CODe.m from isir.- + .
"' ,w, .. NARRIeA )Bb O.; TANAGNEW.. OwaefMAX : *. generally rA :. , ','
/ !. MOBUTC. Mite.. another state,;whoee,bid ,was almost $8.000! higher than. i. .. . .. . ... MM .. .. .MMM.- .- ..- .- ...- .- ..- .* '.

Ii ',TMMaoM st.''. I that submitted by a local 'company,,( .Tack.r'Brick FOR. SALE fine upright piano;, a WANTED-Room .for. .storage with

'j'"t' fr eo.)'sbobld be'&lm the contract.; In the face'of the fact Al:.u"'),".; %'L.' It:" ((Removed}); bargain for ea.h1'; also other piece permanent resident; must be;,"dry ,ij

;!, ,,4\\' that the.glsslmmee company, u well a*' one from Tampa A1I. .' C. H. '(Remoryd of furniture.. ,Call at 108 Clyd. ATe I ,, and rent' 1'e<Da)1'; 'Adraa-308. .

demonstrated that their work would come up strictlyto : 'k s Clyde, avenue a. ,

aped eaUoDl.'canaot and win not be.understood'no, s.... 0.'p; ' I)Removed COUNTY and local agent wanted to
Baoott Thomas i iBatler. i'Vj. I matter ,what explanation may'be advanced.+' Considering J. P. Removed In this paper,; write ,immediately I
.room.buDplow ,,close in. Inquire
.. that the,Tucker:,,Brick Co, offering a good bond for: the 1 B...,..Arnold'Baae. L. 1.. .((Removed Removed ";for detail The, 'Nitro 'at Ford's Barber; Shop, 14' Broadway '.

faithful carrying nut of contract, and agreed to keep the Baea. G C.}' (Removed Germ Co., Savannah Ga. 4-12t "
Baea T. A.,-3 t. <4 r acI.in de palr for period 'of five.years, and that: the Balllnire Albert (Removed) FOR SALE-Whit* Leghorn settings,

y other P'lorl",companywbose bid was considerablyless B.Bentpn.... u...'.V' (( .11.00. SAM LUPFER. Phone 222.A FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeep,

l than,that' 'of the_ Georgia Engineering' Company, showed Blovat.. J.m.r (H.mu.'i 52-tf ing for adults 011.1wG; ladies. or
gsrATEea Barney ,( I
Bee. and wife. Phone 143. 5tf
man
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+ r, x themselves. ready to abide by si strict adherence' to specifications '
/ the people cannot be'blamed for.,..lIn that a GENERAL FARMING Is profitable FOR SALE OR RENT=:'X D.Wcot-1
'rf. Cheek J. A. (ooL) (Removed in Florida., 'To know, Florida' possibilities
the.taxpayersrwers. not given the consideration they Sri Clarkaon. J. F.Crowe. *,(Dead) tag. with water and light for relit,

' .hb..AtN. .Reha, entitled to at the hands of th'j Commissioners. Ass M. K. (Removed) for lire stock and poultry or sale. Call at J. Rtcbanb,.403 E.i
p.00
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I',4 pn d COPT..On. Tear ---------- ---- re.autt.lt..llot.rllnllkelT. Cburchw.II'O_ loCain. (Removed) railing dlilrylng .fruit and truck *
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.,. - Vine St. ,1-n.
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1 Month C. D. R.mo..edCobb )
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On. Copy '''--+ ... ; ) that an indignation'meeting of (
l Ofl.. Cop,.. Three Mont ...1! : '--...->.---.---- 11 ,W, C (Removed) growing, read the Florida Farmerand
'. .!taxpayers will be held to protest,against ,the :awarding Cole H. to.Cvrrr. (Removed Homeseeker. Six months' trial FOR SALE-50-foot() cruising powerboat ''

All tsommunlcatloBal'Oijeept nuet be *lirned; by the from writer., ourreaDondenta authorised cor.unleM of the paving contract, there being' much'agitation along Clayton T.C I*J. ((Rmow- subscription 25 cents. Sample copy complete outfit, equipped with'I

h1 S ., Rejected matter will not_be returned called'for.Ent.rad ,jthls line. Furthermore, it is a fact that prominent 'Oar Cobb Cummon., R. ,VIT.Crowder. F., F,' (Removed U>..adDann. >) free.. Address Florida Farmer and 15-horsepower engines; draw' 'I

n '( In tbe o.totdh. t..JtlMlmmee.. ?, Florida, u.cond.claoo cola county taxpayers have retained counsel to preventthe M. :J. (flemave..t Homeseeker. Box 860 Jacksonville, 80 inches of water and can be used"

-- '-. .....U.r.). execution of the contract, while the Tampa paving Clayton.Clayton J.Harry F. ((Remove Removed*) Tla. 52-tf for both passengers and freight.

'FRIDAY JANUARY It ;Itlf..1BoostI company.is said to be contemplating similar action." CnvanaUBh..C.Coleman A. ELCole. W.' ((Removed Removed)) Price, $2,500; cost, when built,,
to M.
for rent
r 1H..' (Removed) DWELLINGS apply $7,000. H. G. Warner Agent: .
-. 8t.PhCblck ... (Removed) Tiller.
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.i.' OSCEOLA INVITES YOU Tampa
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'f 1'1.' .' . }\ "Just at'this-time when* the major part of'.the country 3. J. ., Removed FOR SALE-40 acres of finest citrus .

'. ": is t'covered with blanket of mow, and the chilly Dutton, B. C. (Removed) LANDS WANTED land situated in Orange county
+' boost Klssimmeel Down I.Dravfdy Removed ;
Ins O. ( !
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., blasts of the 'frosen'eth" makes you long for sunshine A., 8. (Removed) I beat lake protection. Will be aolcl'.L
Ii and flowerwhs; |* hordes of people coming ". We want to list a few ranches and
e ; are where.L
Boost tie';Bulkhead! J. E and in 10 or 20-acre plot or a* a
tracts of timber prairie cut-
bent pleasure and comfort .Osceola
southward on county Price reasonable. If interested inquire
Bvana, F. :J.Rvans. (Removed) over l lands from one thousand acres
Boost the.o.ee ia"Count J'a11'J" r',1' '. and the baeutif u) city of Kissimmee beckonxteDdlDc a Evan.. CharlieKetey. E..1. ((RempvedRemvopd "1). Only reasonably priced, first- Lupfer St: Prsther, Ford Gar
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I. most'cordial invitation .to aU .to enter. her hospitable C. H. class propositions considered. R. L. age. Il-tf
J. F. iR.m"O..dEllano' Moss' A Box 83 St. Augustine .
.J'- Son ,
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Bocst .b..Comm, It r.Festival 1 I" ..... ; p. ; Rdelbluta. W. R4 1 . Fla. 4-St
f It ;--- . ;--. "To those '7who-T acv .seeking health there is" no'Wtterplace Bvana. Joe- (Removed,)i MONEY TO LOAN-On Improved'real --

P. ./ 4 '....;;.:.... .ICO .tl.y00.rtTanF J.c.Hgw'abotltas.Whib' ;, .- ''..;. : << than- Florida! and this aectJolI.II.peetaUt: favored .' II' '.. ,..- Mabbette estate.St.,George Kisstnimee.W. Fox Fla. .1109 62tIB .
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-JI. '. ., GiTthis instance,1 belng"prbnonnced' the,most healthful part; Floyd D. N.. (Removed

'. of the state, standing at the bead of the class aa a health Fouts. T. C. ... (Removed) FOR SALE-Two-room house and 7 '. SALE!:-Fifteen acres'In .South-
.. 'Way for Broadway? John H. '
Flewelyn (0.84)R.lDo"o4) '
lots, 60x150 for *6OO. The housr' west Kissimmee. Either in a sln-
.. ., homeseeker has' M.-L /
the this Ferrerla. (
To
resort. county undoubtedly
and one lot at 285. Lots .at $60 ale tract or in five-acre lot*. W. H.
1l r fir you' : ember'of) the Board. of.Trad. t; more to!offer than any other1 section, there being approx-. Q. each. On West Emmett street, just FUNK. It Leesburg, Fla. 3-8fr
'r.J I. "" ? ': ... Innately 27,000,000 'acres of land that is tillable In Flor, Grant. M. Rnreen. ) outside, of d y. C. ,Celts .Owner. 4-8t '' 1
:- Remo FOR SALE-A bargain, -room .
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'.Hle B. U.Ouetua (
Toe. future. .of Kissimmee was never. brighter.. Ida. and Osceola county'contains 1419,675 acres of various : A. W. (Removed)) FOR SALE-A five-room bungalowon house front and back por .. ,' kinds of fertile soil-land which will grow two, three Grady H. W. (Removed) West Vine street, deep well take auto or vacant lot as part payment .
Gardner H. P. (Removed
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*aaidlnmuu1tfont 'plant'stocks have gone up. and even four Crop per year;and this lands( open'for settlement t windmill and tank, -3.000 gallons; Chas. Thompson 623 Fen-

. -j /- .. 'J' j . **-.'._-_._j are all.within reasonable'distance of transporta H shrubbery' and ornamental tree; field street 4-St;
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. ; 'Have Ton anything- the,past week for ;your'nome tion. Should you be looking for a place to.build a home Hayes Hopkins., A.U U -. ((Removed Removed)) buy commission.from owner A. C.: save CHAPMAN.. middle man'3-tf REPUBLIC TRUCKS ARE MONEY-:

: and, want an Ideal spot to spend the remainder of your Harris. J. W. (Removed) MAKERS.No .
J.} '. .' .." Henaley, W. I*. (Removed) business man truck grower or
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- d.r.bI comfort amongst.the best people on arth-thls Holt, A. J. (Removed) FOR SALE-:Splendid S-aere farm fruit man can afford to get along-

,-, v;Bead the ads. jto ,the Valley, Gazette -then .act aceord- Is'the ideal spot.; If you are looking for a place to Invest Hatch Harrell, ,Clarence B. F. ((Removed Removed)) in Pined l., just outside city limits. without a Republic Motor Truck.)

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,__I ,. ' IfJ.V. .WKissimmee J. A. ( nlan only S76 acre.
; per make the truck pay for itself. Drop>
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opportunities than,. offered in this section. Reall- Hay Warren. (Removed)
40 4 mile from 2
"' .Y. D. R. ACRES Kissimmee u. a cental today for catalogue. D.
(Removed
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..,''J< : -the..dty'of picturesque lawns and. beau- tate values are doubling,every year, and the rapid Increase Hudson Rush (Removed) miles from station; good land 4. P. WEEKS AUTO CO,. corner 7tlr '

:1 tfol flower,gardens. ' '-t;:; ;. 1 ,bid fair to continue. for years .to: come. You Howard Hartaell., H.James H. H.. (Removed Removed) acre "-}.fair buildings. Owner and Nebraska avs. Tampa, Fla. 8-4t

.; ,',.. I.. 'T... .. ;' .I can 'raise'" all ''kinds' of;'vegetables, for pleasure or for. ( .).flohn.on..tD. aye, *sell. ;j Somebody will get a .
.We want to show -this AN AUTO FOR EVERY FAMILY.
snap. you
r :)," ,VKlsImmee: reds", the glad hand to"'aU!who. com, profit, shipping; these from your gardens any week of tie : L. (Remove* property.BEAUTIFUL. Ask for our bargain list of new and

.Within her ...tea.I': /1'4.. winter:season to_ ;your friends/inthe faow-bound and Jordon R. B. (Removed): '.7-acre farm Just outside second-hand cars. We sell on easy

'S'.. -, . I shivering. North and receive almost your.'own -])rlce for Johnaon Claud.F., (Removed) city: : limits delightful location terms. Drop us a postal today. D.
.. uU' 1 : ' Florida extra good land 'splendid home, P. WEEKS AUTO CO.. corner 7th-,
nf.ailirrr them. \ 'spring- weather and :ttheyear K
im started out"ir1th'th. brightest, green forage '
1', ; growing chickens, home nicely and Nebraska avs Tampa; Flat.J-4t- .--
roeaects Imaginable, i", : around makes jthls an ideal poultry country and the Keen R. J. (Removed) crops
1i : Kln William (Removed) furnished; special bargain at WANTED for ,
i -Representative wonti
';/J1t' 4J.ig1Bi ' I demand Is air unlimited u the'possible supply.. To' the Ken. Daniel (Removed) $3,260.' .' .
derfnl automobile Put hr
: ham: recent; occurrences th r.'an: some new man with the brain, and the brawn and the capital' to Hlag Lewis. (Removed) A FEW good exchange,, both. farm' five minutes; 100 patch.per cent profit on .a.

prN on the State payroO. develop the land,,this'state, and this section offers op-: 1.\ and city property for rent.XELSONVREALTY . exclusive territory.' 3. W. Pope, Jr, f "
.. ,. ,. )0;. Jtb .. Les1Lnktord B. L. : ; : COX
.1.u. ..t" porlunltieithak no other'doei' 'Qsceola county U the er. Removed Jacksonville.OSCEOLA .
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: il t:9v: n'V c. ..1>>& af.: .w terjnf" :,thereat ;belC, 'aa 'comprlsea i Le.better.: ,. Q-T. c... I Remo ed)) F -'- - - -. ; - : -,- - ----- :ff'I :; ,

:: ...H fOI ntt.jr, --'.- .m. .f; : 'r ,f" oaths'' prodbdnr? ria in..Florida: d'...u ... south Lawler. R; J.W.Co, Removed Removed)) Political, AnnoilnctlimflbftF01IfA, HIGH'LOSES TO THE ?
,, R '-T I _' .. .,1. of wist Loose. .Fr04 Removed* ; I BUSKIN COLLEGE TEAK
Ovs productive truck f to"tb' > y,
arras :
.. \, ,- ; ; ; : \$!,' ', } Ruskinollege
...L1"".. aMrgnilajfoL7nayol; \;- J|DUDM,''OQ.'.f. t i.nwrtYrugresiiv.: and bauttuhdtleltntk..tat.eA1mat ::(I' ....,.": ,, ,'X .. ' ..- '01R' ... .-. School team Monday won from' the JI.c1aIt! ".... .. .

1 .,. J "" tt.asrliel.' .' :; -totally free from mo.qattoea'hu M Mt._.....Ea... rl...0. ,.... '-...4M .' Removed! To- the-Whit.Voters'of- "Klsstmmee- --: basket ball on the local ground with at. .

.. . .,YI -i.1. : I : ; all modern,;conveniences! such as telephoneelectric _... W. "t".t.fn., '. "'(Removed) I take this means of IUl OlIDeia,.'my score of 72 to 16. . .."

:. 'ii t anywbenwltaisahj'i Dpw,;; eta) fine hotel and jBeveral commercial hotel*; baa Mlnard".o Mpnxer. L1II_ 11'. .0; :'. ;. '.((Removed Removed)) candidacy for the office of Mayor of The game was arranged 'to' fill al " 1

1' churches.''of Isereral' denominations free:'from : M Ofk.".+ .-" .wi4n "t(Removed) the city'Of Kissimmea, subject to the cancelled date for the colege lads, andthough \;
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heale l
. ..Wa.ltkrdrrYv ;:: : ; / I.
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the locals )
outclassedthey
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,.. ., W. .... , ', ..' I ; White Primary to be held in March were ''I' t;
1'Mer..ua1tlln
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v .. \ . r. of\btJ.ozlcaP&ff: finest jschool system. of.any:4own Jts aixeiothe 1 ftMejCee.- ... and elected,will'fulfill the duties at put up a good fight, and at timer', ' .
.L." no iP'Ki' Wes..jtlrnlbneaWrsbadetrpr ; co.rUry;''(R'emov.d))' the office to the best of my ability and held the visitors leveL. The 'work or'

\Wi f>i; '. bit' r .tliie'tM' rp+ erag* system*'twenty' mires; o eoTrneit, 'sid: W. A. Removed) !in i conformity,,with the) laws of the Crane and Dickman was responsU>le> '
; 1 qn' Mcfioihlln. R, Removed) itato :and the ordinances of .the city. for the score, while Johnson fbdHenberg
':"" 1(Pi civ:. tf.r/ : li I Unes'.bf,raawaj' !'!'!;.tt; ,&.i.tarmfrctQnit. ,off tvfitof iSi Mel)toes.< K.. (1'' of"\re r. i i Remov) .1 I respectfully solicit,apd will appreciate'your. featured for KlssimmW.
m6s'aAtiraitye- Ilan A. D. (Removed
JL9i''I air | use la the state is the banks )
of
: I ; on . The line-up .
.. '1 \ M .. ann )L.)(. .; 3 " (Removed) 1 ,support JOHk-B.. was: ,
;' i.::.a is rylsifle gtieb .'i'ari' .mm.g :Per.'I Lake Tobopekallgav"one: tbemttemtM\ \ttVe':tW .'' : '" V : CADEL Ruskin: Cralle 18 F, Dickman 28 F,. .

\ g4/t. th'Jf>>iib.gos tq sbovr,teat. y..an flood.road. this continent; healthiest town.In the United Statos-4h* Hlk.Tr; B. A. ;'11-. .', -*\ r(Removed)'I, j I Wood 12 C, O. Miller 6 G, MeHargn: *,' ,\
"1\ \.._. .l , UinuaVde4thvrato( ':bejngjess than a to 1,000"lta street __. .. '"i (Removed I 7oJ MAYOR G, W. Miller sob for Wood. -
....., tb-seetioa., ... till" %.!o IIIfj} !t t ? Newton Foster ". .... Removed) I Osceola High 1 Johnson 9 F, Herr
.. .. : kre shadea'with massive oaks; has the best climate both Natt*le, B. B. (Removed). Thereby annnonee'myself as a candidate berg 6 F Arnold C, Overstreet G, Bui .

\,..,{.. :;." -.Da i7 aufufl: bindIed ,Blggar:.propositionslooking in".winter. and snmmerthe thermometer' seldom' going G I rim in for the Mayor election of to the be City held of next Kis- lock G, Regero sub. for Arnold.

};..... ;aftei( Mrra, deal handed by the "border over 92 'or-lower than 86; (4 the center$f ,the hunting, Overetreet.. H I* (Removed) I March and respectfully ask for the Referee Coach Miller; Umpire.. .

: / 'V t . fi ,Mi( section of Florida, and has many.other Attractions whichgo O'N..L Overstreet H. John Jr. (Removed) I support of all citizens who believe in Coach Davidson.
Wy' .
; (Removed) !
t'BOjMbteJ ) J e'r' h, ,,, ', ,.
; "" r to make Ideal O'Berry. W. H. and business-like administration
up an place for almost,Anyone; Desiring (Removed), .thorough Miss Lura Warder of PulasU

,;.'tt: enseLs'det' iiloo of'valuable' men Ih the worth!- to vlnir, locate 'permanently. 'X '
ei border service(Uaroalng' rightful indignation 'in '< Parker O. F. (Removed) Linvi e Trfnn., have arrived in the
':.. -.1..... THE Porter C.Parker. (Removed MAYOR city, being the charming guests of Mr.
.. ot.Wcointry. COMMUNITY .
,..- ., . FESTIVAL Porter, R.R. D.B. (Removed) and Mrs. A. )f. Storey at No. 14 Dillinirham. -
"" "\' (Removed candid
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< hereby announce myself a
{ \\Orli " Kissimmee i. toshav* Community! 'F.rthal-March Po....... R. .. (Removed) date for the office of of the. They will be here for several -
rfthe'biggest'tkhigs'itha: Oiaoli' :FaiiAssociation Padgett. Klnllf Q.,,. (Removed) mayor months.
County 1.a.,to be held under the direction of the Southern Chantaoqua Prentle S. Y. (Dead) 'I town .of Kissimmee, subject to the action

has yet clone Is "setting. aside a .day espedally' ,,- "'System, the local officials being'Mil Pledger, Parker.Human.Albert P./W.W.' (Removed) I of the white man's primary to be -
101':the 'school k1cI4.... ". "' .:: ...'" (Removed Held the first Saturday in March. 1917.
',' . ,/. .. AI, 1. president, and .Dr. W. B. Wltherspoon., secretary, which Parker 0JII. (Removed) .
Partln. Taylor ( If elected, I pledge myself to give the
,. 1 alone gives assurances of a great treat, a week of Inspiratiao Plnd..r. W. A. (Removed duties of the office<< m,. very .best attention NlTRA-GERM SAVES
,j.fy: W. may be too Wek-lbD-. to ,catch the point? but and wholesale entertainment ;.such 'as this .dty.hainever Partln Pearce, Henry J.. C 0. (Removed Respectfully ,
(Removed)
M;ens of our good friends recently'm rbcl that the Gov-. had the pleasure of eaJo7l>e. No effort have been J. W. TIdMPSON.FOR FERTILIZER

.jv;.rnor had made a ChrUtian oat of Cliff Foster! spared by the .
in
gentlemen to'make
charge the Cbantao-
; V:" Robinson Umaa (Removed) COUNCILMANI
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*' > v qua a complete success, and it is hoped that th*. dtiu.G.IIVa11y' Rewle.Randale Wm.!, Bam U 0. (Humored) hereby announce my candidacy for
Removed
Tbe South; FloridaFair (
.' ? unlove"Gs.p.rlila Carnival at will respond liberally in'appreciation of what Rutheford. O. W. .R."no"o4) re-election the office as Councilman '. .
Tampa li looked forward..tq'with'keen antldpatlon of la being done not onlyfor our.entertainment but for"the ; for the City of Kissimmee, sub ;;
,yteasore_by people from.U'.atiou. of the 'country. : 0 feet to th. .action of ,the White Primary ''III J
of th.'
good eommani at'w1ao1e. Smith H. P. Removed
as ( )
'a C'i:', ; 'I" "' : : .r ; ,; '" Sawyer O. L. Removed ,.to be held /daring! the monthof \
( There'will-b* lecturers of great renown musicians of 81m mOD" m. ) < March and .... ta the
44 ::hMayor; Mapmay,or.may,DOt be'i''eUtt1d.te for' reelsttlon. the highestiatandard, and entertainers 'of..great ability Sutton *RV.1M7'. f Removed. support of aU citizens dung clean With| itrA-p.rml
; Bafford, : ..
Be that a* W,' It Is to be that (Removed, <. .'
may. hoped h4Aeeiseor a company" of dramatic stars,and other'featureswhichgo Bmll D. A. (RemovedRemoved) and business-like administration of
: mad, be found on the Job staR tines as was to make what Blever. Harry: O. ( ) public affairs, and presenting l as ,my tw;
up might be termed "Community Sullivan I,, fc. .
a Betterment /"tJead'KltrA-srerm eeSJ
.' '. (;Removed) record. on p
..Ie __ <'' C platform my past ;
(l_; d-41 . .ii see. ,l :Eveef'tot-tb. eo1lDty the tow 'aid the home' State.Beeelona.-a.W F., .(Removed. )) .. ,*'. >' j W. W. CARSON.. fertllsed.-A,U aucbrtynJ they had, .. !
The price of8 son ticket which make the Snyder, H.-A.." I (Removed) e1Disirious' .
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;../NarIi; :t a. proper' time to think about decoratng: separate Sumner, J. L (Remvoed) "" FOR ,COUNCILMAN , "Used NltrA-verm on"l.0"
,. entertainmente;icost'qnlyai;few;.cente each,.IsVAothlng1 Blever. ,. O. B.Tlner .- (Removed) aeree .oowpeaa and soy .....
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and of of the City of '
places business serving
the Osceola
.. for ; compared to the aT ,' Think eo well of It that I *
S Tair. '.Get your order' in for the glad rags". .and opportunity which is grin to' enjoy .such .' J. .. Kissimmee in the capacity of Councilman thla season. gIving you order'
t superb talent, and everyone should begin to plan at once W. '1L. (Removed) ,*! hereby,? make my' announcement ffoedgetS ..' treatment.1C. f: ,
forget to them when the Tlner. '
.display'. time comes. to assist in var/way. C R. -"- '' (Removed) and ask''for th.' support of all 'I. I
.. I, -'' ' ... secure their season tickets and attend Thurmen, H. W. ...(Dud "
.very'seuion.1Thi' ",.. 1Inerywrenoe ., Removed, friends and citisens in general,' sub 3"La the a prlasr we pereha.ed4.from {
.uYal"
hat's: th.i ose of "'ft. the office of AdjutantGen- : will be the best everpresented TJn.r..B7u.Tyeon . .1 Removed led to the ,White Primary to be held '. you NltrA-a-erm for 10,
on* that WW be enjoyed by all JoYen".f the .. Removed i March (and '' odd acres of eowpeaa. It ghee
; .0 in : if .1eeted "wi11"fuUUl ,
eeaI.ybowte.Wben: the bo,. set back from the border best *' Taylor. WID.' H.,Aoo, (Removed the l..re you"that'
r- la,entertainment,1":, ,, Tuttle the duties of the office<< to.the best of reeulta obtained
to ., ? W. P" from thle.
*
i going quit for,,'po 'Vhd .
k the.Dew Federal 44 J. aVTaylor. Removed I mY.ability; and .. .
!/wispy.,who remained at home, reduced 1". Jet,. Remvoed factory every.reapeet." V.t
were to aRss.eila.dfel'oae ""WegraWully Tleon. J. TS, .;, the city ordinances.-. Your.ete J. Berckroan CQ.. '
to ?
acknowledge ;
< invitation the
r third! .
an '
.'\ battalion. Instead of a,regimwit! ;; >Th annuallPressBreakfast: Tucker..J,'Wade, .(Removed. will be;appreciated.. -" t "
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"- -' ' to be triD"lIy the Ho'tary'Oub --w + t? F" H. LAWSON. NltrA-gernvuswl with
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M.. a de4 issn*; and the state"coold save I l of W pea*.
h'. Tampa for the FtorAa Press,'Tuesday. February 6th"TaII'lpa ;; r cowpeai, peanuts or bean, ....
gM '> .U>e:'Adhxtant-GenaraL or place it.where Woodall.. H. (Removed) FOR COUNCILMAN often doe
8180'veld '
__ wnid' begone.V-T: PLegldatnre'wouldt : Bay\.Bot I., Tou'r:.a/ gntlemetllapeeehu WhOOI.rc.J.b.8r. . (Dead If' take this !announcing ter commercial or.bet-, .;:
? ; ,B ; Efl>e lally, sine* we who Wi...... .. D. (Removed, means than fertili '
r ..eoaider Ud*'' poinU;;; ,.- are "Inexperienced, learn that W.llaco", lam.. A. < Removed i my candidacy for re-election M Councilman ,ser costing $16 to, $35 per.
I :,' '" .... ., ,- ," '" wffl not b'allowed on that aaaplelou"oeeuIOl1" ; Walker Walker.'1". U B. < R,mo nWairne& of '.the city of 'Kl.nmm..1atthe acre; Send $2 for enough for. ,,

} '" .. that.the."hot air will be furnished by't.Jae'-bJe''UD.- rX KWaflaee. : .A ('(Removed Removed) primary' ,to be held in March; so "one acre. to prove this., Ask .
..epllp.ee'yrWtap.ti. .. 6l.d'>;y.the 'required 'the: nation;',that lt'iwil'bt'oa: if"Florida's::Fads;'Faadei I Weatherly.'J J C.? (Removed)) liciting the support- of .all citizen fori trM 'lI1u.trated booklet '

. o f w.... ste ....n"' .School(?ftUtrict 'I Freaks.and Fakee.Frivolously ,Wlggtns. Vannle WV J (Removed who, want a'buslness-lik administration ?" ..te.4ddl18e. \ ,
Removed
FrauledlTthat .
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X M i. sjM Iv Otesjel aMVLaws" of blleaffaatanding on my
; of ori .
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leaa.fwear our'working clothes;only,deadheads":admit:: y, : record in .the aldermanie' body in the r ,.
tilL .. .. M It/iflltlW lit onwhether Ju rf"1Pt.: ted .and there* Tatea. . The .
!! be "No Morning"Afte/" The"'Invite* Joel Removed) past 'EUGENE C. BRYAN NitrA-jferm.Co., W .4.

*. p...epoljo eL d.tss eieg or hot comT.lor LlaMlsl "smllsm CIf"toiqu.' J*slgnJdmiUr i : In .hape' bearing Tattua.J. -- 'j' t (R.mo4 Removed) .. n r -.) 5 4-U B.yBaetSavsnaahGa. .d!I*!!

eneeJ sttSBiUane should'pr. aL,. The1: electors tte- trad* inark*of the Rotary.Club .f the r (Removed) "
Cigar Qty.aeh'hlbitintisa ..... .
official at tiUs .... .. iliisTTiLlK. : 0\04) ;
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: 1 /THE' KISSIMMEE PALLET GAZETTE>l TUMft 'JAIIUd"' ItlT V ...
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w'foi 11 I:,. ESTINGLOCjo\bJTEiI, } ; : S. I ...... '.' ':.; .t '! q.

Jeweliy l! '/Here;tor Everyone, .. .. ."; ,', ,
1 .. 1: ... A-,*,* il"1'1'' :''i''I! '14p\ ", ... .' . . Jt.:'1lElear' C ;1 -ioo... ty .
r ,! inthWatchei.: Cuff. Uekt.. ete;. I : eicJMsX'Of DterTirkJiHpent; ;'Saturday, :,
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... i :-( **'thij'mea; .'tine'nBrauleaw ''W eather.-It l port( I hi thS'cHy loeMng"after busift..... > t );

1, ) .. ....' .. ..' Bracelets J*Watche.. Diamond '. ; : :One-week, '.2(1.( Ibs.. whole j'-t; _;. .
f t .:t.. t nd Brooches *(for- the ',' ." : hlyl !r3; ?j ,;,71ay1or s CasbGrakl ,. ,
j RiessC C .. .. Ift .
r v+t 1 I'., it .:I JAllta"I ,priced. most'rea.sonably.'considering :- Following'are" 'daily'' ,tjempera; ;n,, ,: :> .d"Stewart'o(.Viid'osta;'C"'.,:itv; t .

a th.. quality tares and,precipitations aa re*?! rived Sunday to spend a few day In ,
,and }workmajnsbipvJhis: ,js'J really':. : 'ported by ..Government stationat :, .. city registered atthe ,Park .
+ ,1'' an'.fepporrumly'to'' secure [highclksi -*- Klsslmmee fo- th. week end.+ 'o'; tw IV'. b+ p, : ,
Mc JD&'Thurtd.rt. "January, :18: : ..In order to vote in the city election
: .;Jewelry aCleis.f ,)than'usualprices. .
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"a' ,.Kalnrriday you t.pay poll. tax. This
< Mex.Mln. yours
I ; {; ;M 'JkMSSv payt ,.
;, _. .._w62 85 "" :. must be done on. or, before' Saturday. "

+ Eye' Re ractinff.xrMl{ : Fitting Saturday ... ,_-7. 70: '',hebrnary1OtS.i'Ik-stork ; 'the\ 6f ,
stop.d at home'
f _' is our,,specialty. ,Our work i is ..: Sunday:.i ...__.80'. M, Mr. and Mr*., Lane Panlk Sunday,
better tkaa tk 'best; but Is better Monday .. .?.;'It' <1M .;.s leaving a fins baby girl.,Sh*. will, benamed .
: Elisabeth'Eliyne. '
j f thai tk. rest. Come, let us examine'your eyes next Tuesday. Jan. 23. Tuesday\.r',....48. 63, Mrs ''
Emma Todd and Mlsa Ruth
Wednesday ....71 68'
OUR REPAIR WORK IS'DONE'INFACTORT, .LIKE MANNER Lynch 'of:Orlando, spent a couple of
..79, M,, .
Thursday
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Our'guarantee. as the'endlesi than' "V ." days here recently on business.:.They r -
made their, headquarters at ,the Lin. !
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I .H. O.. BROWN &, CO.: _t coin Rons ", ' ,

;t Craek.r'Boy Coffee, (255. Taylor. .th.R.Florida C. W.tdler'general,Sunday School secretary 'of. -u-
Associ.ation.
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.JEWELERS. AND OPTOMETRISTS .. l lffiwceson Cash Grocery ,, iras here between trains Mon. i -
t. Large aim Turkish' 'Bath"Towels, dayMr..'Weidler was" a former resi I EdjicIN
Cole ., +eW ,
: Jewelry* .lOe each'Monday.: Story's. dent of Kissimmee,. ,
; s J., M. Lee left Wednesday tot Jack.. Mrs;Roma 'Thomas'and her mother''
.. sonrille OD''a ,short basinets trip;'. ... .' Mrs. M,J. Handcock. left Tuesday for. PALACE '
"- - Mrs... Anna M/Griffith of Lexington Palatka to be with Mr. Handcock, who I. .. DRUG, STORE;
I Ky. spending:sovtral. days in the h. been stricken with.paralysis. Mrs. i
city.; ., I Handcock has been seriously ill'and OTIS STEVENS, Mgr.
WWU' returned ',.Thursdayfrom was scarcely able to take the trip.
B. R.
H., B. ,
BAOWNM..gwLADIES.lWlaof ' "; '' Haine City where. h.--baa. been_ Sweetwater' Finley, .Temn has. to arrived..spendsome from ..... .

J visiting Mrs. E.-friendL.Sanborn baa.801M' to St.. time. 'here. He is the guest of George THE QUALITY STORE, INC,, will not moon M 'offered again._Tb. '
x W. Fox, .at hi. home on Mabbettestreet.
date
: for the of the
Cloud where she will' spend sometime. ., Mr. Finley,staUd that our .ANNOUNCESREMOYAC,, SALE Ia I set for beginning Saturday, J..I'7.19.gigantic'sale vGREAT
on a visit to friends.: Floida sunshine was a great Improve- .,
\ 'Born on the' tenth to Mr. and Mrs.Geo. mat over the nearly aero weather he Th;. QualIty'Store, lime. will remove SIIOi i
liIck.lse a"10-daughter. She.will .\ Mr// !iandr'Mrs.' : Runts 'of to State) Bank Building, occupying the CLOSING OUT
; .'t.. c4" ,.H" christened Ruth Helen.Hra'B. Lowell Masa, haft awed in the city I place now used by, the.. Smith Store, SALE HOW ON ATE ftMTOrS

.-.. .. .. ,. ('..>, .........t"'l"1',".. "; ., -.w. Iess ter;'Hasel: ; ,E.l left.Haley.,Thursday and small.for::daugh a.Titlt:; W 1.1 t spend,in'Tennessee the remainder. last Friday.of thewinter. after,February 1st;, (where'there:will la-another'''luma'jprOI 'b* founda! .
be house and the *
to
'r"" with her mother, at Winter Parka. season. They are: regular visitors more room display large'display ad''at. 8mlfhe ShoeStore. "
S. unmera.Dr'1 .: ,. -: .Miss Lai Miller-left Wednesday for ..do'year, and are receiving: a hearty stock of this excellent business house; anoundng. ... Clotlag Out Sal.'
a. J vacation'.of ,several weekswhich; welcome from many;'friends.. While,which has belf expanding rapidly owing beginning Saturday January 80.fad
she will spend at. her home in. ,Lake III the dtr, they,are rWpp tot 'at the .to'the fine patronag accorded by lasting for tea days., .Tae...firm baa
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tan d. ,, ; borne of Capt.nd Mrs. Clay,Johnson. sold their'' stor and fixtarfa. aad ar
; 'host- I 'A-party composed of Mrs.: W; L.' the pablieJIn'order: to J reduce 'the '
the affable
OUs Stevens and to get rid of their lara*
and Wash en GoodsWhite } ling manager of the Palaeai" 'Druj IVinn, Mrs.; F. .VanDuser. ; Mrs,,; Lederd. stock to make the removal' .. easy aspoasibl. compelled stock o.op..tO-date..hod before February -.-
., .,;th > C. W. Dann, b
Dr. C C. Cochran and Dr..f. C. sranag.rs .
.. ., . Store'tp.vet last Sunday pleasantly. .t 1, onwhich date ther'will l gv"*"
'\ >avis to Cloud removal sale a
motored St. Sunday to announces great regular
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. \ c Wauchula visiting his parents. the location. .They.re offering -;
". ," up present!
.v ' !I, . I .Dr.j C., C. Cochran Jacksonville" attend services at the M E.-Church to feast of bargains for period of bargains,unheard of befovevaad
and Figured,. 'will HL, la speeding __.nt' weeks here. lIlteD to Bishop Qnayle, of St. Lout seven days, during which time many if you go early you will flad shoabargains .'
1\\ who is o presiding the Methodist articles can be bought at\prices: less
a'' 1.nd la well pleased with the city:and over' that will never'b offend. . ta'1 %
be here in : '
few. days its surroundings. He is stopping at the Conference there TheBishop is an thantheyvcatf'be' bought form- the ,
I . .. . Lincoln House... '' ' especial friend of Dr.,Davis, and honored market today. The stock carried i. a the public again t/
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. : '\t! him"with to take seat large and "varied.one"and '
Mr. and Mrs.* +.. .., Story and Mrs A..M. Story mo onthe'plauorm.; "_ ,- should miss this l opportunity''as the like Fire, 'Insdrana., See A. E.'I>rought..\v.

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.' >. / tored to' XllIIlmm. Park Friday i to . '- -' ;;; -
spend the ,day with! Mrs. ..Story's &
SHOES'Oar brother C.: K. Wardens ,
M .. ,J. H. e'of Higby;'O.. t I I M' }
.. . . are making Kissimmee headquarters { #; : \
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-,.. ', /. for, time and here to the l '
a are .njoy
::1 > '\ I "ehtngand hunting.. .teilWIiP"I
Tbey'arestop. \ '
,new line e.tablihe* our reputation'of the: pine at the Lincoln.'House. 4 I
.' .Miss Matti. Bandy, left Thursday i 'I : ::L E
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"Old Deafen : ;
*. Reliable. Shoe of, Otceola- '. County.. for with Birmingham.'her sister Mrs.Ata..z M.to.A spend: Hail.a Later week ; : ,'

she will visit the millinery. markets ol ' .
.. T tl Atlanta and other ettit\ *. 1' 101.. .., .!. 1 :} !
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t Mrs..William H. King. who is rerid, .. ., 'J. l
r''{ 8# '.; A. jlp.
ing onthe; O'Bsrnr place,' soutl4"ofKiatJmmee'leftv.WeclDeaday' ffao Ja
,STANFORD'COMPANY'.Iw for, a !'(J< 'i pa u 'T ''r ''.

! H.. C.: brief visit with Tiber: mother,. Mrs.,.E. 'f .: \." c w"'"! :' '.'Wr.. .' !.
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Marshall
_.-. ,.... (. Shea be l.n -C;:::{ ..... visitors In' K114slmmmmeeTuesdaay : '' i { ""A' e1 '
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< .'while. ..n route foi ., l .. lt t hS" h't t'ore I
: 7''t .' . I Tampa.Ther1;were regular ""wlnta j / I '" :::. ;;
residents la the South and will*remain ,. 1 .' I 'a. '
J: : here until the spring.' 1-. ., NtYai t : ''I '... ', .. > ..
: .. : }+o ;II.'I T3R: A '>s'i ,Mr. and Mrs. K. C' Burdett aDd litti -
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,: .; I--" 'TO',THE PROPERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS .OF" EISSIMMEE.T. son* Small' their mother Mrs.H.Burdett : \,$1: ,. itN .'. .BEGINNING, ',,; ,:{". ... I
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; $ CLOUD AND YICBfiTYl . and brother Otto have 'arrived .*, J .
::' ."We wish to call your attention to' .the. fact that" then Kissimmee the from Plymontft and will.: eecapy .1 vtA'; t .ef.": ",. 1, ; ., "j (,
\, Bass home on Main street. ; : .
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"r, Plumbing'.Company has opened a' first-class. Plumbing and Heating. etablishment .*-, 8_W' Lori Monday--Lart.;.arf'.Jt':,Ma* .'.!. ,{ : \ '" ./ Vi" jit'' ?VI'\ <::, ;!' ;"'

: .' at 306 Broadway Makinson Block, Kissirnmf Turkish "' Bath Towels lOe .each. .. .t UA'N ;;t .2'om. 1.3', '... \. "'
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V in position to'give the best of.service ia both.workmaaship : -; rl1 Story's. " r .'I. .
are a you W. H., Hamilton a of Cherokee. ,'Ala, .I, .t' ..' a ,.. ,
and material job'too !Irge'or too small.' W. ere'at.your + : QY ..
no t
.\4 visitedher ,, .
who ; four ,
;: )!years/ago returned .. ,, ,,.r .
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I1..r "till. "A' .
Jr' aervic for .sanitary.work and.guaranteed, !material, 'I. ,-- -,>vtg' 4> : t. 'spend t ..... time with us .'i\ "" 1 ; $ :' ,q
.4... Connected with the .JCissimme* Plumbing Company: U4Mrtf, ,1 J. one more and la agreeably surprisedwith 1 t 1, ,. 1
':) Raehn of Orlando who has the highest standing as a business man and the,great improvements made lathe .y ':Lit , t' LASTING1' -
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city during Ida absence. li is .
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Y '. AjND
..w tioD..hatiDl and deep well drilling. Hi experience 1" 'it'! .
is orit7.0D .
':e aa all stopping at the Lincoln House.' :: .h ''!oI. : ' ,. : '
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service.
: U at your # Mr. and Mrs. W. Tunnlcliffe, Dr. '' <
'j.. W also haY. with us Mr. O. A. McIntosh. former Plumbing Inspector : Frank Crane, acompacnied by his wife "'It :'' -;

$ . '. for the City of Orlando for. four years nOW a resident of'Kisummee. and son, were a party! of. tourists ; /,. ; '"

f1 '. H. has had twenty-years' practical experience at plumbing and' Tram hours New here York Tuesday City while spending elL rout several for if it i. ., ., , p

"i heating. H. >comes. to us highly recommended br''the' retiring' City Tampa They are, delighted with ..J.('l"'a' ..; .., ,. ,A'. yo $t,._.. ., 1"0'\ I
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Commissioners tl Orlaijdo.-\ Florida and expect to remain her tall ; .r
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Kissimme.Plumbing seat en.- .
-0; Mr. Mclntosh'is ager'of'the Company. Mr. and Mrs. Wm.:, Fletcher' and ;. . i .. .
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\ ,t and he is at your service for sanitary plumbing. AU work' will' be done daughter,' Grace of St. --Cloud Mrs. L. ,. .t .<\ .. r '" VI .

B& tinder- Call his on personal him and supervisioa.talk it oyer or drop him a card'f and,he wfll.call oa.; Plata Nihiser, M and 04'1>.Mrs..J.Gilbraith were a;' party spending of La- ,r'l<) '., _. . _1 '-\. I . .. . '. ' .. . ,...." .. ,
several .hours in the Wednesday. ., ., '
''Yours'for sanitation and workmanship. city '1,0, ; 1#

you.,' ; .<' KISSIMMEE, PLUMBING COMPANY .,- I. Mrs.have Nihlser been :visiting and (Mrs..Mr Galbraith: .and, Mrs.who "" ",!1"We'' ,have,,' Id': : r :Store'and. .r.ixturesand;: : must :disipose ,

304:Breadway. M.Hana ,,:Ha W.*,FT*;: .Telrpk. ... N .' IS.t . Fletcher, left' 9n the afternoon' train I

-. V.y:- r-, _. *_ ; J For Mrs.their M.home.,A, Farnaworth" of.. Dayton \\l:J <
t* .1 ," ',J ': }w'; . _vX; L Tepn.' is the guest of her friend, Mrs. \ f.,
I .- --. ;.. ., .. I M. C. Bandy, and, family.:. Mrs. 1.".atnsworthwas'a'teachr' ..; iwe have:to:. give: .up ourlocabonon': :' :that: date.,: ,, ,
in the schools
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I here for a number of and I.
; ; ; years remembered '

iK- '**'' .; ... .: .- ', \ ('.. "r.1.....I"..<.....:." .'., ... ..... . Miss .Lillie of by Farnaworth the a wide primary circle.is departmentof .of'-now friends.- theprincipal f:, B',.;A::R'C'A', I NS' ; B:A" R..:;G A IN':S"

\ ,i' ..li" . "',.' ., ..f'V.!! 'i# 'the schools at Sanford."' " -' r ' 'j ; "I'. : : ,. ' \ '',.', ,
i yen, .: ': rt.JI. ;4f, $.' .. . ,. jJ.,i 5, 'f1 e ; I! : M, G. Kibb and family of Chicagoarrived' '
J .. in Kissimmee Tuesday, and 1. {Everything ;:in the storew; >lil. .be:.a: > .. ,
.. .::1 have gon 'out to Orange; ,Center, | 't **" J ""
i : :> '' or"l" ".'..... \ ': lJ'i' :: where Mr. Kibb has. largo holdings, saleaa'iwe: ': must dispose ot:everytlungdurng,the TEN'

t.. r.'I"I.; 'to ," ;.:4 f', A ;;; :' (' 'f:,) 't t. ,., 4"tl: l L companiad to'make their by. Baird home. Whittaker- They wer:*,who ac- 4 :.. \ ; .

< : also owns considerable real estate :r in 'ID YS..ouraale.i'on., J ,S I' .

.'.. : .;The management j; . ., .,.. office Florida.In'this.. Mr.city Kibbe in has charge a real of,estate My I;. ., It 1j. i . ... .. . ...* ,. ..... J:., > '

', ,.invitee yoey ta'ateand the ,,' .Morey. i'-- ': / "+ ; :' -
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.. """ "..'1 ''.''0 :" ., "4' \ .-.. Among the new arrivals in. the city \t"". ..,..; ., : .:, -Hi
to spenof the winter Mr. and Mrs. "L'y
BANQUETar4j are
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,,, I .. ) U'AV Hamilton .; ". ; : '
.. .'''' ..'IOJ ... ". .r., '''''-- ,(\. ._ , and daughter'(',Miss .... /Q'OvM.p', ., ., ,
Hamilton of Toronto .
,. .J: Canada, who \ _
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-if ," """" '!tr.! 01 tlae :.. :'f''LUCERNE :: a. a+41air '
1 . >\ are receiving a hearty welcome from ;} :!And get: the pick, Pargains Bargains v .in' Shoes
"' their maay'friend.. ,: Mr.'Hamilton is : ,: as. : ..
( . . heavily interested in.: real:.state c in I" -- '
: .'; '.1,.. , oj ." 'K :a sY : ; .1
this section, always read7.'and. willing ice.somethingworth :.,while'e '.these 'days: '
Y Tuesday, January twenty-third nineteen. .' //f fII to do something for the advancement. : ; '
off iI. .' rl. ,"l "" \' of'th* community; *-"- >' 1' . . . k

5.tr.. . J' seventeen: at half after, *t Drj A. C.party, C."Cochran composed; CoL! bf.Judge F.A: ;.' Cowl; .r

'I'",ot. d. .,., T-\L'r"J\ ..tight, . l.": \\o'J.i': <.< 1 "l , ""-, and Mount.AS.Dora.' Nelson Monday' motored, and over-to e.UiiN.2Oth ' p' .. ; :'
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J I Jf i. T t % were guestsof :
: l : ; :
} [ ..J.' E..M.ttoeka while th.,.., )lr.'
i1j1Januarytw.ntieth.
-Pl.molt.'ruerrH. 'lon.
,; '. -',, *- fr' Jfc "" k .' vL Mattock. la I well known here as a former : Sam'f : d" thi
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progressve! citizen of this U r
'. :. .'r ',Two. Joilar.p..p. .. !<<;':),, :; "- ,*- '-{.. ;k. :/, / and conducted them .over"his beautiful city ay."J, I"J' ,
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;..r EIGHT r. I$1CISIMMEE'YALLEY': GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 'it, itn i''

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J.GOYERNOR'S

, I . . FRIEND LAVVSON RECEIVES A' : DAY S IS"SET FOR I '


St. Cloud- Department/ HIGH HONOR.....-FROM- GOVERNOREecogniaig THURSDAY< .-,.,.FEBRUARY 1STH.CALOMEL IS MERCURY IT SICKENS! :

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his standing, W the i '
'p, a etNEWS' community, his integrity, ability' etc. j Continued From..P.l'f' 'One. ) : DYNAMITE"Oofen'k I
; i ,. r ACTS .ON LIVER LIKE' '
our good F. H Lawson has 2nd race, 2:25 pace and 2:20 trot,. \ ;

., ,. AND'NOTEa OF 'THE,"WONDER..Cmr FBOJM. OUR, OWNSPECIAL been signally honored by, GovernorCatts'In mile heats 8 in 5--__..<.-.-__. 160 .. I
the appointment. delegate 8rd -race, ,%-mile beat, 'weight .' I
CORRESPONDENT( ,/ to represent the State of Florid. at 110 Ibs, 2 in a ___. .: > 50ThsredayFebfairy .
j - ruaJui.e-oo to dregf
I . 'I I the Pan-American Exposition to be Urn Tm" Starts Your liver Here's toy aay
: held in Grand Central. Palace,I I New 15th store and cet110 esat bottled Dodson's $

On Lori's Day December.81, 1916, The ladles of the auxiliary: '' were installed York February 8th to.16tht the expenses 1st race free for all, trot and pace Bit Tin ,CiloBil rod DoeulSiflnHcrMiktYixJIct. Liver Tone, Take. spooBfnl tonight 4
,\\I'' the Bible School of the First Christian I flit Senior Past Lady Commander for which has not ,been pro- mile heats. 8 In 6-._ 250 and If it doesn't straighten' ,"., ft
Church of'St. Cloud held their annual Amelia R,1 Robinson acting unstalling vided for by the State, and, musbe 2nd race, free for all, trot and right up sad make :you feel floe an* 3
: election of officers the result wa a* I officer assisted by Past met .by the delegate. Mr. Lawson pace mile heat, 8 in 6, horses vigorous by morning. r want you to po'back ,
follow; Bib!..school superintendent,1' Lady'Commander Ague E. Ll/er- c 1 the property of resident of the to the store' sad get your money.
; conferred in .
Burre.; '.I.tant superintendent G. more a* Lady Officer of the fay. the followingsr State of Florida" horses to be Listen to me! Take no more sicknin Orison's Liver Tone is destroying the'J

O. RlcketU; secreUry .Arenal Nourse; I Ia..latant The Garrison officers were installed which i I. self-explanatory: owned and in the state six ?, salivating calomel when bilious orOOnaUpatecL' sal ef calomel) because It Is real liver

1 secretary '.Con.tanee "**-' by J. G. Hill as installing officer,-assisted "Gov. Sidney J. Catts Tallahassee, month prior. to the day of race 150 '' ? Don', lose a day's work I medicine entirely vegetable, therefore It' J'

fir; treasurer Mr*. 8. E. Houston; "by Comrade Livermore a* Of- Fla.-My Dear Governor: Your letterof 3rd race, %-mil. dash for oow Calomel Is mercury quicksilver I can not salivate or make you sick.Dodson's ?.
organist, Edith Harrod: assitant orranist. fleet of the,D.y, the 8th, bringing my appointment ponies ridden by cowboy from which MUM necrosis of .the bone.] I guarantee that one spoonful of -

Mrs. Annie Prathorj; librarian The following I* a list of the newly- to the Pan*Amerlcan Exposition; to beheld Osceola county ..-_._.__..__. 25 Calomel when it comes into contact Liver. Tone will put your sluggish ..'.
with bile crashes into It bowels of
sour breaking liver work and clean 4
in the Grand Central New to your
Harris Palace I
Jenkins assitant Rector -
'
Landi. elected Comrades Friday, 16th
; Lady : February Jwi.:1
it
r York City Feb. 8-16 to hand. up. This is_when you feel that awful I that sour bile and constipated wnate-
Lady Commander, Mary N. Hill. "Allow to thank lilt race, 2:30: pace and 2:26 trot, nausea and cramping. If you are sluggish which is clogging your system .n.1 l make ..--;
Mr*. George Maine friend of Maryland at New Lady Vice Comander Savilla E. for this me honor. I you can only very accept gratefully mile heats 3 in.5-__.______!130: and "all knocked out," if your ing you feel mliierbl I guarantee'thata .'
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1 avenue visiting Houston. It this condition namely'that 2nd race, 2:18 pace; mile heats'8 liver is torpid and bowels constipatedor bottle of Dodnon's Liver Tone will

+, ; Smyrna.. I, Lady Deputy Commander. Esmerel- and on -etaft be ; guests. I shall you 1n5 _.-._._.. 160 you have headache, dizziness, coated keep your entire family fwling fine for'J\ :(
and your my .
C Jra Brown son, Floyd
. Mr < da Vreel.nd.o.
\ 3rd race "-mil. dash weight 110Ibs. if breath It
expect to entertain at the Plaza. tongue, Is bad or stomach sour months. Give it to Tour children. I I.
: and daughter Mrs. Jule Dasen of \> Lady Adjutant Dora Francher. you .1 __
75 just take of harmless Dod- ind like its
a spoonful
visitor No doubt but that will have a ------------- harmless doesn't gripe they
'to
business you '
Oregon avenue were Lady Paymaster Nancy Stilwell. SaturdayFebruary 17th eon' Liver Tone on taste. "
royal good' time at this notable exposi- m7 guarantee. pleasant 0 "
.Ii at Tampa on Monday and Tuesday. Lady Quartermaster, Mary' P. ; race, 2:18 trot mile heats, Sin '
tion. While there lets
The regular monthly business meeting Doughty. we shall doubtless I) __ -----____* ___.__ ____ _.'150 . -, ,.
Blood
;' of the Epworth league which Lady Officer of the Day Rose M. meet "the "Royal of the Nations 2nd race, 3-8 mile dash for cow .

. wa postponed on the 11th will be held Wood. and such noted personages as ponies __ .. .____ 25
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In the church Frdiay evenings Lady Officer of the Guard Abbie M. Cardinals Gibbons Farley and O'Con- 3rd r.08. 1.4 mile dash for coreponies .


. '. home Mr.on Solomon.New January York Rowland 12th.avenue' died The on at funeral Frid.yJnominc. hi* stone.Gardiner.Lady Sentry Laura .C. Weather-' nell all be good, and Baptists of also this General country and other Funston have loyal reasonto Protestants who- 4th Osceola r.ce.ridden 1-4 county mile by consolation_cow_._boy-_._from_run?,,, 25 i I Letters From Our Readers J' .11 I


' services were held In the Presbyterian Lady Picket, Sarah J. Mason. "After very the proud week of. In New 1 weight 110 Ibs.___*._ 23
:' I Church at 2 p. m. oft Monday. ServIces Chaplain Maggie Woodard. York .
aUthe church wer conducted by Lady Color Bearer No. 1, Martha E propose that we take passage on the .
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:'; : ,the Rev..W.. Gemmill, of MIllvllU. PRo, Brown. Mauretanta for Rome, whererwe can Rules and Regulation* OUR NEW BOARD OFCOUNTYCOMMISSIONE outing a hundred miles or so from, '

fJt and at .the cemetery the Masons had Lady Color Bearer.No. 2, Pauline visit the Pope. I feel Sure that Hit Hobbles not barred. In case races ACTIONBy home in a strange city we are deft' to
charge.. Mr. Rowland l leave his wife /,. Wise. Holiness will be delighted to receive do not fill, mixed classes will ba ar- IN conjecture. It is suffice to say that

4'"n 'and two children: to mourn his loss, Executive Committee, Amelia R. us, as undoubtedly he'id familiar with ranged to suit the horses in attend- ...- they reported GOOD time. On the

.y.-1. , Dr, Margaret f edicord of St.' Paul Robinson Agnes E, Livermore an d Governor Catts' record of the past ance.Entries'clole. . ( Alan J. MacDonough) convening of the Board on the i
. Minn., and Janus Rowland of- this few months. The only apprehensionI with Secretary 7 a. m. Shakespeare Bald.-or wai it the pursuant to advertising they openetz-)

place, who have the sympathy of the Dorothy Jaques.installation speeches and asocial have concerning our welcome i ill that day before the, race. All reelgovern-... Bible-"What Fools Ye'Mortals BPRegardless our bids, the highest bid was by theAlabama
community in' their bereavement. After by all, the when we are required to bow very low ed by rule of the American Trotting of who said It. It i* as true p..an&COmpany ($67,96&-: .
J.. .A unique theater and time was served enjoyed ice cake to kiss the Pope's big toe, Go..motCatt. Association unless otherwise specie a* the Bible. 60)); the next highest bid being made
.I supper Lady Comrades cream will be sure to balk aad kick fied. Record after to deal with local and '
was given by the 'Mil. and number of February lit no .As we expect by the Georgia Engineering Com. k
and coffee quite a
oat of the traces thereby spoiling thepleasure bar dvlc' Items we will address ourselvesto the '
:; Nacker -Thompson and Hlcker to little lunches were sent out to pan concern'repreHnted by the
Messrs.*Baker. Wells Wiseman and i,dainty hesick Comrades and Lady Com of the whole trip. The Association reserves' the right those of the most common at present gentleman who wai Jiost of,the Board!

.rr : Lamson-on 'Wednesday evening. .January t "Best wishes to you and your, and to reject any entry not satisfactory in the public eye. Since the open on the trip to St. Petersburg, in the,, *
tl;' ''10th,at.the Palm Theater. A de rades.Mr. to J. V. Burke.. Your loyal friend" The Association reserves the rightto lag of the administration of the com- sum of 64910. 1
1";" 1 'lightfulsvpper was served at the "F. H. LA WSON. postpone or declare off any race or ing two and four-year term of public The next bid was made by the Good?''

G home of the ladle. 'on Eighth street Seymeyer ha leased Decker' races on account of bad weather etc. officers we are more prone to ,notice Road Construction Company a 'FlorIda ,
i'f. between Florida and Ohio avenues.. boat to take excursions across the E. H. SOTHERN AND EDITH Purses Divided 60-25-15 Per Cent the recent action of the Board of concern with home offices in I

., Odd favor. were given the gentlemen STOREY AT CASINO MONDAY Four entries and three starter required County Commissioners of Osceola the sum of $61,665.50.( and
r, '"*, Jt:to'remember them by. The show and lake.Mr.. and Mrs. Wm. Tunnicliffe left for a race. County The first day of January being the fourth lowest bid was made b- the '

,:i :>.rTJiupper,- by the this week to spend a few days at A treat will be in store Monday at Entrance fee 5 per cent of : the first Monday of the month and local peo le,- Tucker Brick Company. ;
especigreatly
jar,,. ,,:'rW guest*, indent of the Tampa. 5 per cent. of purse money additionalfrom designated by law to be the first meeting an Osceola county and Kissimmee-in-
i" -l% ''ladle escorting the gentlemen home. The Company have moved their office the Casino for the amusementlovingpeople winner; horse distancing field of the-Mounty Commissioners of stitution, in the sum of $57,250. ..' ] a,;;/

J;' c. '. W. W. Baker and H. M-. Well, who to Florida avenue and Seventeenth of the community when Vita- entitled to only one money. the respective counties, our new The brick submitted a* sample by ,.;: ,

.J !, have:been .. some time here, street raph presents the most famous actorof No entrance fee for cowpony and Board entered upon the discharge! of the Good Roads Construction Com-. ",

guests at the Bonatr House left last i D. L. Rice of Washington D. C., i isi'.in the modern stage E. H. Sothern consolation races.i their duties. The outgoing Board party are manufactured in the same I
4r Wednesday to spend some time at I' our city for'a' few days. For further particular apply to having deemed it to the best interestof city and from the same material as t''
Yi ;X1..imm.. 'and Tampa before ntprn/ -I Capt. Scriber. is quite ill at this and the splendid Vitagraphactress, A. E. THOMAS Secretary, the county had therefore advertised those manufactured by the Georgia ;
.I ( Ingjfo their Northern home I I writing at,his bomt on New York ave Edith Storey, in the greatest of stagesuccesses I Kissimmee Ifla. the intention of 'said Board to Engineering:; Company, the prevailing \

:) '-: W. Barber of Klssimmee WM a, ;nue. "An Enemy to the'King. ] receive bids up to a specified hour on bidder the specifications call for* *. t
4St Cloud caller \ is Manager Beall his secured this at a January 15, 1917 for the constructionof most rigid Inspection and test. The ::1/'
i'i&, on.Monday ; I I Mrs. Drawdy of Kenansville thn and should miss Lame back may come from,*' overwork ,
r ",' pl.' of,S : i;guest this week of her son, W. A fit g expense no one cold settled in the muscle of 'a certain piece of brick road lying Good Roads Construction Company .
organlatftapd come yes between Kissimmee '
to.' and St. Cloud. The had met all requirements of the
t : > Drawdy. In endeavor to the the back, or from disease. In the two new apedflcations -
,) ,render the "Chime of",'.Normandy."'1 ''Mr. .James Crane'' and mother oNew f the best an there i In give public former cases the right\ remedy I* Board convened In session for and deposited certified F
1. 'wIU, meet for Mrs.. moving picture3ntertaintn.nt the puroose of receiving bid on said check for 1.600 with the Board
They rehearsal at York left this week for a trip to Mr. Beall is Ballard' Snow Liniment. It should be date. a* aguarantee t
: \:' Capt. Morgan's on...Masachusett*'aveBue. Tampa and the east coast, and expect on the alert, ,and for Thursday constantly the rubbed in thoroughly over the affected A certain', gentleman representing to make bond In the sum of"t.t.t.I.i,
;-, to retur nhere in March with a party part the relief will be promp! and a 4 pertain foreign. (Georgia) 25 per cent of their bid., to produce, f i
ti ir >Ifr.- Jobn Dai1a t.rn of'.th.o nth has secured a Vitagra Blue corporation-In to.compete for the brick'as.. specified, and ,the comA ,
;; i Dr> Silas Cook, pastor of the ProsI Ribbon feature in "The Suspect," satisfactory. Price 25c, 50e and $1.09 the for the' .. "(.\
farm was St. Cloud visitor Church }has ill bottle. Sold contract construction of pan is unquestionably .iwvNow \'
,a> ore i byterian been which I i. and per by Osceola Pharmacy. this yeshonsibla
a spectacular
*\ graphIc ox- road bad therefore to-wit .
the '
'' f'''' on. ; the question is and"who
.T. j. < ; past few days.-ft' { \!\ f. i i'
'. .. B to'move fro pose of the ruthless espionage system 8d day of January procured the con- loses in this .
Mason* are colas I The Chantaaqua met in the 8r t. dealt What I* the- : ,Ii.
.' of Russia.. This demonstrates bold sent of the personnel; of the said purpose of the Board in ..
-S present quarters to the; BpperE Cludo; Hptel Monday vadngthe fob NOTICE v ; ; paying in .y
-( outline the'severe
.lr and Board
( unyielding ex to with y
him his
; If: : G. R.IalL' 4 tic I i; : 1 woingof fleers,were-elected: r?President go as guest, round figures almost; $8,000 to a none: v
tent to which.offenders the and at his .'
.,,, 't. against To the Owners of Osctola expense into Pinellascounty.1 resident
.i JJ; : ::1< ., ( \", W. F. Kenneyj'secretary.'AlexDerhamtreasurer'Rev.' Property. corporation" they would t..
".. .. .4 Czar at* t bounded throughout the : : of which) St. Petersburg .. not. have h
Jobt-TsutaWtioa' ' ..G.' H. North- County .was dto.pat..had: they, eony.,
world, and now the Iron Heel descends the objective .
: for
point the "
ofmaldn8' traded with local
the
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purpose institution '
There'wa* a Joint installation of the rep; publicity committee, Mrs. Wm.I those --- ' who- 11t
offender
on political **
f +e It. Cloud Garrison No. 141.Army and I ..Johnson, :Jr.t, ,-Derham, "and, Lynn officials have barred the picture'de! Canadian 'I.will be at' the following',' named work an, claimed inspection to have certain pa paying offered, in connection 'with its bid'a-; '

9., .f avy Union and the Elite P.'McElroy.uxUlary Daugherty. ; : _- ; It*< *_: -,: daring it was an obvious reflection places for the purpose of receiving, by his which invitation been done guarantee of upkeep of the road for a. ,
r, [ No.. 17,..b.lclin the Masonic i!! Season ticket j .i Chautauqua' begins upon the Russian political system and tax returns on both accepted;and their they period of brick.within.1'11 and a guarantee

all ,Monday: at :Ip..m.. January: 8thIln.'i the week .of February :26tn,._ therefore detrimental to the canse-o f property on the date tbelelowt( they ..reported. VERY upon PLEASANT return to produce thirty days.:
'I As to the of the '
r ... Kenansville, Predict No.* Monday I reasons, ,' County
T' J J. Ltd Allies, and further*, .explaining 8.\ trip. Board In taking the
' i "Mfii a LIST';OFhADVERTlSED' LETTERSV'Mi'MM that it has been their custom since the Lokossee.January, Precinct 29.-No.. 9 ".rI Whatnt take'to produce'pleasantry certainJt: .can thistheir own, conclUf public
Tuesday
t' inception the'war1 'to condemn 'aU to body of ?
a men
? consisting of preach- dons.---ALAN
:FMR"TO'BEBIGA f r : BIGE11tLtj oictures that
:r reflected farmer-
ers,
I f I;Kisaimmee 'trial. upon any coun cattlemen, 'etc.on: an I Kissimmee Jan. 17. 41
far' Jl' 1: '---"II: 1I.jiI, (, U w The following, the list of advertis,. 1917. try'.helping to constitute the Triple>> ., Precinct. No. 7, Wednesday. w_ -S ______ .u. _
ORLANDO 'la4' Jan." 1 -(Spe; Entente. It I* a great treat for the forenoon January 81. T .:

v .. 1 e3sl- ExUaslve-'improvements''In 'all! January ed'letted' 29 I for 1917 tb.twoweeb: ending people of, Kluimmee.,:who ...boulei'not Shingle Precinct'No.2.Campbell 2, Friday. fore JOE JOHNSON IS APPOINTED polled to give. up. Mr.: Johnson, berajr %:
n
miss the n February
1 department* ,are bang completed John Britton, Oscar Bussell Miss this splendid splendid picture.opportunity to see- Precinct No. 8, Friday aft- COUNTY INGlNEEIt'BY BOARDJoe I of 'y.ry modest -diipaition, Is receiving $

ch; the Fair Ground In this city and the Alma Capps Ia-a'Ferguson, Miss croon February 2. > the congratulation 'of hie |

i .,"position.'which eomins Five-County will be Mid-Winter held between Ex. E.Mode M. Henry Gluson,Mrs." Ernest Delia. .Jenkins Granger.Miss'(2). Dr. K. H. Basmajianformerly of Reedy Creek Precinct No. 10, Saturday E. .Johnson who ha been officiating many friend. In a pleasing manner. V 1;"3"t f:

Constantinople now of Ga. February 8. In the The new county engineer. i 'v '$
tb.'twentieth-andtwenty-fourth of I Kathrlne Johnstone, Mr.-and Mrs. W .Atl.ntal Deer Park Precinct No.5. Monday capacity of city engineer . a memfV ;
February, promise'' to" be the most. L. came from ]last week from Orlando has her of the Klssimmee .
; I. Parker Bay Rivers Mr. Sarah where he attended the Florid forenoon February 6. gone a step higher having military cc-m/ f
: ., sneessfnl ever held t Ramland/ Mrs. Franca Shadwlch. Convention. *, Baptist Narcoociee, Precinct No. 8, Tuesday: been appointed county engineer of pany now on the border, but has bee nr'
'. He
+ spoke Sunday i
> >Improvements. have .been made In Maoris morning -
I Whiten Samuel Yarham.B. .
t buildings and rounds,,the race track in the Methodist and Baptist Sunday forenoon February 6. road at a special meeting held Monday here for some day on a thirty f F i
+a 'having been gone over thoroughly and B. SIMPSON." school.. On Monday morning he St. Cloud Precinct No. 4, Thursday by the County Board. He was recently' furlough and will go back to Texas'i"j
Postmaster.
to the February 8. within a short time, evpecting to be! <- fe
students
.put in fine, shape for the trotting andrunning spoke during the elected county which *
chapel exercises in the Kissimmet, Precinct No. 1, February surveyor back home for good within a reason"*
High vb;
Attorney.Ceo. School
which '
races, will be a'feature F. Parker transacts ..
fm y 16 to 24, inclusive.WM. position of he will .be able period. -*, "<
again this year... The removal of the business in Brooksville and Inverness and deliver a lecture Tuesday after; course cora- "' 1i.Il.T. .
racing, ltabl. ,to the\we.t end ofthegrounds last week. noon in the auditorium on "Armenia.! 5-8t Tax Assessor I.Osceola BARBER : ...... :,If
Rev. Basmajian account of County. n .Tj7.
: away from the noise of'themidway on the

.to the high-strung, wil prove of race great horse advantage flesh'Any little wound in cold or abrasion of the Turkish-oward Armenian government'and other hostile Christian attitude L. M. Marsh and family of Avon I I FOR CORRECT: ] DIAGNOSIS! :I
occurring weather that is
r' .'The poultry department baa bad race decided to remain in this coun Park were here Sunday and Monday : "
espedal
-
not promptly treated become a bad try. He travels visiting relative. I SEE DR. beWITX; UGHTSEY Y "'
:# '< ( consideration, the cops having ore and Is difficult to heal. :Apply) through the North very extensively .,, 'J
and South and he
bee nplaced-entirely under .z
i one roof Ballard' Snow Liniment at when ,
once It
is wel-known ,
Mr" thus protecting the fowl. from' the mch accident by his preaching, leo OSTEOPATH
; happen. The wound ,
l turing and singing. POes Cored !. 6 to 14
weath8r DaysdranM
: : and enabling the spectator* heal .>' J
and
r 1 promptly soon does awe P ....... Corner Drug Store,.Mondays and Friday
l to view the poultry on a rainy ck,. with- the of Yosr will HMMT U .AZO: :1"&
Exhibit are expected from all'pam Price 25c annoyance a bandage. Dr. Geo. E. Parker of Plant City O.lfTJIaN1' fan to ,ears anew of .Ie...... : .,
60c and $1.00 bottle. BnradBk.dProlydh.rllwi.etoll _. .
"
per *
:'Ot the country..Present .- - Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. wa visiting relative and friend in Thesnt fffUemtlom:: ales....sad ...t. IIIe. -- --- - $,,;;,
the city last I
Indications Sunday.
/ are that the
stock show((Will be the best:yet held C. A. CARSON.. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary. ,...\. :
fine stock: eoll lle'' from all over the NATAL HAY SEED AT A M

Ir' state.and from other states a* BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE
hos. The Waters &
i Tany'additional classes have 'i- Have You Cars '

arranged In the dog-department, and Special
h k ,the premium list offer.many award. I arrangement are bein&, .
i ">f made, ; to secure Natal grass seed at areduction' URIC ACID?

l ,i BETTER' v.PHOTO. :PLAYS 4 qr FOR"K1S* terested 'should In price advise and .n"B.growers E. Evans in, I Grocer CompanyW'

\ 8IMMEE I :
,county demonstration agent at once. TAKEREGULATOR
!: -- Th. price pound will be ''W
-r per 80c to ,
; );The -Interest'being aroused in Kls.almmee'toi 60c depending upon the quantity or :' TONIC ,....ff"t'f't. !*..;. .iW\
i. '
/, "3.. ...""tho'beat.ft11ft8.Oft' )the dered. ; PILLS t
and Retail Deafen
;f.ti acre.n; .I*" bearinggood' fruits, and If interested; give this matter your, b"Wholesale i '> '? --if' *l :

-;>T : Manager Beat Iscatering to the ''Joe- immediate .attention. WASHINGTON MEDICINE COMPANY >

,'' *,, f*:' I".quests .of;! those I who 4 would. see .the {IF YOUR j a CHILD_ IS CROSS.. Hibb BMf.;,:W.hk,to D. CIn G, R.. ,yC.ERI: E..S 4

,
.: .Th.i"Uwi Gir1'Nattboor."s' ( ,S jp > FEVERISH.CONSTIPATED .,.....:.. ?
Three ..
:
which'.picture''"'the :most 'prominentS t ( I Slze. 25c. 50c and. $1.OO /'.. ,....;....-J.- '...' 1
11'
men and women '.of. America have .i 'P. :.. ... .
?; posed before.the- cameraIncluding Look ;Mother! If tongue la coated, . . . ., . . a. . ., 1 . . . . . . ; '

Js ,VicePresident, Marshall will bi cleaase, little bowels with-"CaU. "- ,. : !
soon 't. "J .$' '. Cor
orals Syrup of Jigs. 'WE'SELLi" WE BUY; t
'ri shown at. the Grayitone Casino. Every i I :; .
'f parent a* well se. !girls and boys"of r't rMotherVean 'ret easyafler giving Cegeae C. Bryan Pres. M. . 1\- .. Ii",
A. .
. should taia" Bryea. Vice .... P. K..Weaver. SecVlreaa. HAT I;.,. .
aee picture jJj.
proper age, : "California w ;
Syrup of Fig" because In .
k. HIDES
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t.r: Klssimmee I should'now fall ,i in line ,
*< a few hours all the d-up ;
(It'' ,://wlth' suck towns as. Orlando Lalce- dogg Mute ,. t ," ': .,,1.... : GRAINES ."''''"' +.:,,;..
bile and .ff' ..
soar ,
fermenting food gentlymoves .: """ .. 'Dnft''" ', ' ..It
, r Jacksonville .., .
and
land.-Tampa and '
tr a . 1* .. $t .Uag.. '+ .+
; belp for the progress, and betterment out. of the bowel, and :you F0 .' '. ( .' ,. ', ',. : . ( ; >..1.. 1't"..; 1t 1\!.\
v fie ojd' eity.m' :: .'> )}we'a Well, playful\child again.-: .. . .. .. "I. .. ,.',: "iI.WOOL',6) 'f. .. .'. '
Sick children .needn't be coaxed to .' J ; '. GSHINGLES ': ". '
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'STb. Ki..m..WoDlali.. Ci b".red c take, ,this' harmless "fruit laxative." J" ...' \ . i 'i. OV'. *? ... .,. ,'f4'7'.1. t. .. ..;,
P tie"Mothers' Club ann op.the Millions "of mothers keep it bandy because f *.. ." "" <1..'. f:.. ..' ,!' t.j" .;' 1-. """'" 0"'" .*: '- '. : !., t, : 'Al'iD r.yi ii ;. ":+ ."",$t
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\ ORANGE : SLORANGE '"
f .(!: Jee&/of./ '.moraltertaiDine'ADdl ' JrI.r" I .- "I" ,+1 :},
''theyi know ire action on'"thestomach.uvsr '
!'itoeatlonal'. filau,'W'ith' the idea' that Bryan : ., .. .I :. ALL ,+
and bowe1.) t'if'
,, .4' errs motion picture can 'be:, madeofcreat I tad sore.. '. -' .. Is"prompt. Realty' ; CompanyGRAYSTONe' .| WRAPS' / ,- .- .+'' I .' .', i. .- J .' ',. . t +. ::
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'l .'t 'value. to the youthful minds; .. 0 / ". COt1NTJLT
\ Ask, Your druggist" for r60-cent- ..., '> ' : : .. ffl-t.
A large number of the members of ? CASINOC . OyEGETABLEt': \ - ".. .
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r bottle of ,"Californiaew : : : \ \ :r "' ,
'. Club'will pint ybia ., / .. ; "* *> \I "
'tW_ atteol. the + CCllltain.:tUreet10u ... .t. .. : .. ). \ ...
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t' Report, ; of Proceeding*' f.h.. .: ". : : .1"t: : : ), ; .g q, ].1;' .. : :, .lR I.\ ;W* HAVE. SOME'U0b' BUYS .


1 ,. ; '. .,. ....<\, ....w< I .f{ .f ;'jl"; aiN Isle::* oa -*e nixie i K WisWsm keeae, .trt: ...' Lot eld'cold I sr

1'of Cotinty CommivsiGner:*;; ;4... u. >tirt at 1geerwm 1! ':. ebnliry'14tq'I' : / . ,,: ;i f ; water.'s-M-l.he+ .. >fbf ef.lavi8jsa4e-.; ,. rl.:.l and ,a|f

.. / .V ,'.t" _tf >7 ,. t, .. .,' ,. j? V''J \ . f ,c'' l i .. : ... bar' sie..' . ::; t t --
J' " 'I I i, > ,-t : : T' 'it' $ w .For:...(.hallo Beason law*; all pet.1."lIia?: '\0'.J
i1 .O' .'" ":'- n 110 sv U4 Deb .1.'1.1'!, '" '... ,.JI..t. mdMr Ik* :'..*.:.... jtf" '' .,." ....* ; .*.| .. yuJl. house,.been. ,an i -. A iia" 4y' __...., ? : 1 ,,
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The Board of CouatyCommie9i I v>( jt y, > %p) T' : dt i r : $1.Rm1" : lerm-Y Vrt > 4. 4
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ea.ln.anel Idei.met.; .4aChairman' for r.gadar.',OM.o1 Jlsa' toUDtJ"icn tttl, +FI r 1 fern The'Board of Oseeola of county Connty'CoiamWion met at 10 a.m-;, \ at7.12dt to 11t6'IaGa117eSy .*> '10 '- ,''y'e., } .' ."- ,,;...' 7 tJ ++../,'.>>, .. v'A: 'iMr4pe'oE <*% lots, b .uhf ufly'wrt-ted.'Web"and'dry at '.. '.. ,

'aNYe ,; aata......"I't Wik.. {P.... I December fi.i918.: a, full Board being;, ,Varioui free:attractions will be.'ba'lfcerprofiaivdurottshoat! -;t6YAthletic ! :"! $114'OB.inonthfr! payments. 'Come. in. and..ulki'.orer.; ;,; If''
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present-and full attendance of ,
Lard I the'F " ,
Et L'7Lsleyn.tVr a ... 'IV>J "' .
i': E. Bass.'Icong Tinea-Land. F! School Board 'belnf, pr t'ln Joint Faar... f ft- o!' "" '1\\ . .( ""MC, ..:! : KIBBE""CO', .s. .
.Wadk.rLtommisslonn; ;*J.,John v ,I session with,the .oard of County spoit wala'I .will add I iDiereit".d. atnutemeaU.: : ."' .Chicago i t en' "
Kitummee.
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CadeL attorney' for-.the Board and: ,,i Comrblaalon.n.t of." .the dirlslon'of.,the'b 'The official! annual State sKoWof the AmerieiurouhryAttocta.i : . .. . .prange. ... ] ., :Jj
clerk and auditor.- I The matter ,
'L. Overetreet, ..e.eee f. .e..ft. 4, 4et. .. .>* .e.t M 4 . e .Vv ,, "
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!The Board wu called to order ;r county funds was taken up by,the two' boa for Florida .will exhibit: .m, cooneciioa'with :Uui, Fair.. Poultry ., ,
It.ehatrm&ll and the minnUs.of,the'1&1t. boards, and Mr. C..A. Carson Mr., A. .
regularmMUog .read, and ,ap-"I E..Doneean and Mr. Roger Dodd;. as ;puhbits'will be. entered froa.many: sections of l "loridil: :. . . ,

.; r.tb I representatives,of the various banks Friday'tIbth I ) will be,Educational'Day:..-in,coojunchon with.'an'shlbitof .tte eee.. !..e etv M .. e ..o, .o":t !4,
'PlMoirod. ii.1L 0"np pK cfb f : being reunt- 4kl to
and'accepted
r ) aJ'l: '
:Board,.and:asked them to 'snow JohnS I followingdivlslon of, the county work by pupilf of Oseeola county's': publie''Sehoolu'The : : :; ;; :

.: PeonelL an aged eititen ef'Oseeola'' funds, via.1 The State Bank' of Xi. girl*':canning club and the boy,Born club: of'site. roanty. will nit
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,simme* to,have th.' school fun, the 'STP
"who.la:phyrIcs1IYuabl.'eoearn '
county v ,'
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rxtcniive i': 'f"
support, the sum of.$8'per First National Bank,of St.' Cloud the have exhibit, ,. '.. r:
'month .maintenance; Whereupon,' on ,hard, surf ace road fund. and the.CIt1- !Other'.inlereiting attractiontaoiuscmenU anJ<.exhibit. *.-will' t iaannounced i 'If
;mottos .of,A.... F,',Bu8r-a.eoaded by- .E. ''sens Bank of Klssimmee the general the High cost of 'feeding ..
later using
by ..
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V* Lanier. and carried the clerk was 1 revenue, general r-oad" fliv and for- ,
Instructed to' draw' warrant, in/,favorof feiture : and publicity funela.''. The ''People throughout:Oiceola' county: 'are ;requested;' to 'prepare indi -- '

> Mr..Pennell for $6.< : I,Board of. County Commissioners then ,,'' r ; home-growii Berinuda'hay $17.50: :. .
idiial and collective 'exhibits. ,
Mr. M. A. Morris appeared, before fixed the. bonds of .the banks as fo1 % .
the Board and asked them .to open I .a.lows The First National Bank of St. ,.Specimen 'of''vegetable*, fruit;: flowers (dometticated and wild), '
road running past his'' place east .of Cloud' Florida, at J16.000 and the ? ton f. 6.:, b :cars Kissimmee; : t
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herbs.: berries domesticated wild trees 'wood.. .needlework'.and ,
'town of.KlsslmmMwMrenpon, the Citizens Bank.'of Kissimmee: |20000. ,-.' 6slii ;( aDd. ), ". ,.
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;Board instructed Mr. L..R.'-Farmer to J fancy work grain. forage, seed; tanned products,'jeJliea.;and aria cured'well.baled '
well ,
R. V. that'tho Fla. ,
Lar \ equalto
investigate said matter and report:to t r''made' a .
the, Board., . Board rescind call for bids on material ,. rand crafts (including china painting etc.) .-. , . rt

Mr.. Gus Smith, appeared beforethe for the construction of IS miles, Exhibits of curios, natural l., historical and[ otherwise., .alo>.vil] be TimothY'athalf':9i- : cost ,. ,
Board and asked them to make a of brick road'as ordered by the Boardat .,

donation of $50 -per-month for the their regular meeting in November 'welcomed.- u ._ '.. . .' :
'". support of the band,- whereupon the z,-ItI6.' and advertise' for bids on' 18'''I' The 6 ceola County Fair i* for'the"benefit of,the WH miles of.brick road 9 feet wide with 0:aAR' JENKINS l ? '
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resolutionappropri ; :
Board passed a \ .
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'sting the sum of $50 permonth. for concrete curbing which' motion I was and each':citiie .,retidcnt, 'or vlutor'is'anted: :'to 'contribnte. in any ,, :

'a period 'of six months. toward ",the and seconded it b) -A.ordered'and I!'. Bass and the caM.d clerk,', ',: 'way. potw'bla to,the promotion p its cceI': ., "' > .r V t Box 366! Klsslttimee.. i- ,\Fla. .: ; ,

,support of the said band. was so . - ...... .
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I, Mr. A. E. Donegan appeared b.vied.ore Instructed to'prepww notice for bids t '.. ., ... .. eee44, ee .e ..eMee44e eeeeee, eeeeete e. 4 *4e '". .
hi. to be received to 12 m., January, -- c r ti d.-,-
that up .
the Board and stated A :.' (ti
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.4.. standing.was. that the amount: ) 1917 said bids' to be opened..the same I ,.-, P. r '
,for hard surface road fond was to be date. j !. Board of W. B.; Lanler member'of eeUed"from'th. various. funds as follows :.1. 1.i
road be "The, Board apportioned 'a. RID not County Board of,Public ; Instruction, : : .i..d.vMM t4 . .4e. > >aeeMM MYMnU. .. '.. .. '
wan Bls imm isgandpStt..'Cloud. aad' to exceed $1.600 for the printing. of, Stanr rd'and''J' General irevens, ,..__.* ..r 2.154.44
', .that their agreement should be carried -, the county booklet, $200 of .which 'with.H. ."E.'wLup.. Geural.road ._:;..._..__.....'2.01'-68
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..' onfc Mr.. Donegan also' ."Brest-' amount to be used for compiling: and fee; .Bond as sureties.f,W.-R.Lanlem vt of .Fine 'and forfeiture_:::..._. BB4.13 .i Cold l Stbraie foFresI i.Me: lt ;
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.eel to the Board that: they would do MOO for printing binding and envelopes. The Tax: .CoU ctClr'. .report showed ; ; .
wall to get up a county.booklet,advertlslng The Board then instructed )(1'.',,:County Board"of''Puble.Instruction, tho following amounts""collected for
'. John'8. Cadel. their attorney, to ,with' Randolph.Toung-, F. E.! Well, J. .'"
the cattle Industry 'of the prepare license general S76.BO, and auto license L
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for booklet. F.Godwin and W. .F. Smith.. ,sure ; lots.:
in g.na'al.'Tbe.Bosrd copy SA&90.T : I t..Bq"m" .
and the ; Sforag. '
county, county Mr. B. E.:; Evans appeared -before ,ties.'., ', : :. ; ; )I, :
until ,2 -" The Ta* Collector's ''tax 4
a, ; poll report
took. T.e..r .t.
Bond of Ernn'Maeh, Countyy'Com::; .
the Bard .presented a- note for.i :
!.y. m.. : f \ $25 from b.. N< Barber to himself,:for;ndsloner,'with.Pat Johnston and,.J. showed. 'The Treasurer$24 collected.'. report showed. the/ Storage on all'M-'wl..z :cent: pound, Fifties:Da=**'' vCuriMr ,

-The' Board met at"' 2>p., aD..;,i; fan part payment: on a Ford car, 'which'''R .Donegf as .sureties. :' following: amounts on hand December. '. "Pork ready; for smoking, 1 ''1-2c..per. ,"pound :
."board being present.' I. .. nets was assigned to the county, and sty Bond of J5. I* B.' Orerstreet, Conn. If V 1916s' '* ''' ,. *' 'Tweatr-Dqs. x V v' : ,. '
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Commissioner, with J.'E. Lupfer -v ,
the attorney.tor th.Boud instructto
f'' IliT3.eonunlttee' T.' Bernardaccompanied,from 8t: dead consist1ng ;by- ecI proceed. to collect...,> **, : ,land H. C. Stanford. as sureties. Fine General and rerenoe.y.$5,810.forfeiture: _-I-----: :;; "' 729A5. 9 'Curinc and'SmoIdnff. 'Twenty-fhre Days '2c .per pounL.f . . J
s. AffldavH of Mrs..A.' flay. was I Bond of A. F. Bass, .County'Com* 1 .- I''
A. School fund--._....__.._...14.425.e2"road.
'. of M. rL L: D. Frost',Brammer E. F. H., presented to the ocean '-'tbe clerk mi.aio Partln:with A. %: E. Whaley and County ''_.;........:......;.....UJKIt.18 , . ' .' ."?;., ,
E. E. .
Pope F." B.,' Mnns.Elsy/lSamnel l.-rWnw: 'Bircher et.al- and filed'for'further'consideration.nne'r'nd'in ..boardaad ordered -'1 I John: Bond of E.as'Hi sureties.' Guy'County Convtalssloner .. Special'publicity' _..;:,._,.j_, .' 621.02 : I'i, Brine' '' ui- 'your. ,hogs,"'the' day.tkey are kflled. :'W.iilldo': y,6 'F'!
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rad surface 'rOacI.. 7j78.2I -
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., >,eame before the Board la th.-Intene >A. F."Bass made motion that the, with CL; W.Fertlc: and A. E. ---' ;' y"r
a th.
of the road between St/, Cloud _and S. S."D' No. 1....;..; ._?-_ 1.025.S6 reed. . _x, u
the board clerk be paid $100 for the extra work: 'Whaler as sureties S.' 8.' D. No. fc;_-_;; __:;:. 11 .67 <0: .
aa..rtIH'for Melbourne, and bids asked for that bard surfacing done by him for the Board during the '' Bond of W. F. WsltbrCounty Coma 8 8. 'D.-No.:a...;:_-__* _.."1,8:1.tM ; : : . ' . : ; .: .:
which motion, seconded by missioner, with Bull Bass and .
y..r.' was Clyde SS".D.. No.. 4.3,636.l6S. : ;
'said.. road;.' Mr.Commissioner Bernard offering. F.-Bass his ennr Tindall and carried and it was..Baas as sureties: -, . . KD.; No.; 6.______.,..:, .,1A."I.1l )! KISSIMMEE{ .I ICE &' 'COID. ''STORACO: :
'made.lataD motion that the Board advertise so ordered and the clerk instructed to Bond of Mv H. t Porter-, Justice .of D..,N ..e.,__...,!._," ._, ; : .J .( : M
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a draw warrant for the-said amount Peace District No. li with B. C Miller : .
bids in aeeorflanee with aotlceErena a .. _ ) oil _. VII' .
; for the State Road :De- and also warrant for W... Barber for., and ,Mit B. Maklnson as sureties. tttil __ _____.._-M..026.83 .. 4 .t4. 4> M 4M. ee4 e4 t4 e t4M e
; etefeef
by motion $300 for:commissions, E., L., Lesley", Bond of S. W. Porter Justice' 'of There being: no further business before T.. .. .oJ, _. h'. .. . ... ... + .
' ; "' was Tindall.feeonded and for eoanty'paupel' P.I. L Gumming:'Peace of DI.trtct"No: 4, with, Ed. the Board they adjourned Co meet *!.'
Young $20.85 for election expenses.; :George and Samuel Brammer: as sureties. In special session Dee mbe1''+' 11, A. D. 3et
'carried and it was se ordered and the read in board"a lettor -- f. *- \ Get Your( Jeb frem the VaHcy Ga
Instructed to notice, i The ,clerk open -r, 1916.. _. E. U LESLEY Chairman. ,''"Prmting.l . ; \
.J' clerk was prepare Jan- from,the Tax Commission, which Justice'' of Attesti J...L. OVEESTTJEET, Clerk. : :_ >* _. i Jfi.
,lids to be received up to W m, stated that the; Board' "would meet. Peace'D1.trlet No. 6, with R. V. Phil- -. .
tmry 16 1917. and opened" same. date. Deoember.lt''to'161 inclusive, .and lav. lips and B. H.' Fertlc as suretels.,,;; .
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.J Balk' ofKhnlmmee. ,.. .. .
Application of the State slated upon the Board of Commission|. The following cost bills were exam., \I r '

; .' First N.UoQaI..BankI of era sending" a' representative from ined. approved and ordered paid: 0' '' I '. s- c .. . .. .. I ... ,,_ ., .......
'St. Cloud, and the Citizens -Bank ef thel,.Board, which letter was.ordered, State of Florida. -...' B.'J); W.rlDC. e' i<< """ "
:lOaalmmee. were presented to the ".BUte rs. J. J. HoUoway, State '.rs .' . ..' . ,' . -., { .(
s ;Board by the tl.tty and iameerjleredspread Tie lo 1owfD ''bofta of county'*of fl;: Walter Tracy;State rs..'Joe.Tracy andSheriff's l'f: a. .. '. .1. 4_ t1 ';I ."I' t
of said "
each b
mtDat i
upon>> the eere 'were examined and approved 4 "

... :tar County' -Commissioners as county' with H. M. Pfann. as .surety, in. 3l** 'The following bills !..... examined. : Bargain Subcription :Club :

'. .The matter of- .division: ..._,, -county"funds as sum surety of $l,0ooand in)the sum C.of Singletary$1,000. ,...'-approved. ,. ,.and'order.d- , i paidf : :JI
111.'L .Lest.,. eoinII_.. '4.M. ""
was taken n ; Mr. C. A. Canon Bond of E. H. lagram.. Sberitr.'wlUt'C. D,:.v: Laale"eo..I..I: _:_;.t'pee r' . T ': ''I . I, 1, , . 1+:, ,
tbc's tat. > g'aMFrrirst R. Farmer aa surety In the turn of; AP.. B-...,, nomqIlaloa.ra._.__ .... J. .. .-1- '' ..to.- .. .: 'IIt. ; .
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1Jw.- ._ ftoooi'.rj W.-Miller) as surety'In the .Young Wasll.r.. . 1 '

of BtCif} d, aad Mr.sWerVef sum of $1,000, and Rnll Bass. assure-j. F.: '. Call ConomlIo..r--.1!..1oi.a. ..... YOW Favorlt .Count1.PaperCO.I1t: ;, 1bib gttMl '' ",.:ij ) .. "
,Cftlsens 'f"
Ae --
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"PI' ty the sum of 1000. : **. Janitor.i _. _.. _. : fS ; .' .
Sank of'Kismmee! aU"lelng Present, .Bon of J. L.ov r.tn.t'eork; of the o"n .Ds.la'. P. wow--.4-,__ _.| : "' : > ; : ,* J : : '
the.schedulref the dlrlwons of fundsaamade Circuit Court, with J. McPhatter assuretyr H. hI.-a.'A.; r. 'al'I L.. > <, : < Localpersonal \Comment-: .
JoIllrpb ,JudaCo.. Court_. Ii.00 5 : lonf&yy&ut'S. 3 r' :
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by- tM two boards was.preented > '" in the sum' of,-$z.ooo.Eo'.M':,,'2'.it Harph. Joda-e JUT. OonrU'li.Cereet. 'If ', v I j \ \
'u to the representative-of itbe Miller'as surety la the sum of $S00.> .3.. "... Clerk and ssd.a: ." .0flTT. f..i : :'
banks that had tnalifled ... county and Jne* M.. Lee aa surety. in .the sum;>Jobn. B. Crawtord.'Pro.'Attr..y.r'l.5 ypauper-.1..00: : ;:;; ., : \.: ',Mention :>: 'Editoriafs: ; ;*, -i
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their consideration, <. "C < ,.
iepositories for. of $2,000. v. ;' Sauna.. maintenance. S.OO c oJ .J ;,. ,.. l'" ,- 'of .. '.
Saperlntelt.dent
schedole net acceptedby Bond of' UTlna-aton. ,
was OE.'tYowell II0. rn.intenanoo1A0
which > '
. > concerned; the Board:>f'Cpmnais.i'aions : of \Public, Instruction with M.,''i"Ha C. H.>;: pnrf.IH.ld"e..,..malnt IDatntenanoe nano ____.___, s.OO i.oo f'. and theiFloridaT1ines-Unibnwitha: } ] ,; i :. :. endid new ..threesheet'wallf;: ; i '
." and the Board of':Public.Inst. Kat and J. Z. Robinson as sureties.A .- J M1.- O. M. 'oaD< n then went Into executive session, andlatter Bond of W. C. Bass,-member of the ,Mrm, I. Mhla. maintenance..... i.eo chart. 28-by 36 inches. for..less than the combined- pr.ce.of. ,. .both. papers.. ,. :

\, ..' baring'failed .to'agree-upon' a County Board "Df; Tnblie Instruction,',Mn A. M.,A.U Simmons Chauncy.. inalntenan malntenanoe-__ C.no "f ,)I i\. .
'''. J.-proper'method' for the *, division of with J. E. Lnpfer and J. R. Gilbert as 8. M. H C1.Uan4.. maintenance.._ 1.00 'READ "" ( : j '
3: county' ,funds-adjourned* to'::ID'at sureties' .> M. ,.;" W.Il .-$ M.. .;r.nl.' Padsett. maintenance. (.00 OFFEREELOW'; \.
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'to.. : .. ,. Frank Kvana. maintenance...... (.00 > .
.. J.". Clement, maintenance. '1.NMr. -.j. >I" J
:i\ .,. .., -. ,| .. Lencr. Johna. maintenance.. (.0* '
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+ P. : I John '1'1....., _.. of pat>i>.r__._._ (..00ft KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE i 1
')j '. ".. K., Bran.. Co. Dem. Aa-t. _...100.0(1 : 4peclal'
. . .I,' M. Murphy, cat Holloway ease .1I .. . ',
T. H. Inirranv coat Holloway caae I I..11II .- ..- ... _, "" Weekly jOrie'Year, $2.00 ;..
to'f.f
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GROW : 'T. M. Murphy cost l arinaaae. 1.11I ., : ,
ll' I. H.V Ina-ram.... cost Warlnaeaae_ '.(( Comb i ,
... .. .. May Stout L 1T L. arm.fr.tht, paid for < : :; A {ADWES-) eoert t.TG /J'--l '
Y. ,. N"w K "' .. .t ,
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71ft l in Florida are now selling} the fruit at ah error-t isy.o't"V ?F.:Johneon.***!**..btanka.-'"""r1.t>otiw_...-.__-.?,, ., T.i.i.141 f. '' :,,:; '.;, : Complete Novel; : aWeek; . ::1

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; .a will.exceedi the supplyfor:many.. : yearstocome.4: ; ; < pf..r> Frathr. bal. Ford track 1f.1t ... '

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< ""/ 'N d fit THE nSSmHEE .GAZETTE-''AY,:,JANUARY.'It:,i'lf'' J ,' .
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> lowers. For'the'cause- 'of this trouble
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i.sll. Stump I. which might be brought .about by.avery s .j/r
liberal supply of ammonia and '
:I' plentiful moisture. In 'other words,

Puller/ while potash would. "tend to remedy .
MgT this defect," W. would not expect to
F O be table to recognize this.tendency In / R. i*
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I one Man. Horse:.power 4 GROVE N actual results. OL.D ;gyp

:The Kirstln Method guarantees a saving of 1096 to 60# over"an INAUGURATIONt '
other methods of land clearing.: The Kirstin Method not only M GARDEN & FIELD MOVIES"tOF . 'BONESRUBBER j

t, f pulls your stumps but get rid of them alter they are pulled-', t 'According'to Tallahassee/report/ COPPER .i
Yank out your stumps! Transform your no-man's- and into QUESTIONS AMwIUD! 1MMeDiATILY the inauguration of Governor Catts . .
J. tnoney-makme, cultivated fields. Gold b under your stumps" .' BY MAIL . has been put on the screen, and those TIRES BRASS 1
get. it out.put it in bank.. dear your land and produce big oops. MB N M.O,PKANOB.Daff' Moa.WkuoN who were not fortunate enough to be TUBES LEAD .'.:
it The KlrsUn Method clears land rudy for the plow. It has vastly Increased the. I TooMn-FEamiiBK.COMMITt 'present upon that memorable occasionwill
a y productive Wile of more than 35,000 farma, moat 01 them In the SouUl. eUc&SonviLia) ,fLA. ,have an opportunity to see the big ROPE SCRAP IRON f
: MG cJeepI"lmbedclecl ..too 101.f r the .... ..... The from the Capital: ,
.lib tand
Kk.NaRfsaa.s. :W "doings. story
1 JbIe"-as. .t.......ppoww-:..d otber exd_v. t mmarsaa two Cottonseed Meal .
ejemne:WHlUKHOTTare to matt__or.-' It tau bra the ie.der tot...yarn says: SEND IT TO US WE REMIT mnmr
k OM ma without honea..pull the bine atom*.too.wfcfc tJat Kiretiaj On MeaPaltar. A little e. Please tell me the value of cottonseed One of the most important features \,
+ the handle rivee tone" pulloatbeetwn&ThtoeiioriiKue p wer..II.PGI rW, _doable meal as "a fertilizer ecially of' the inauguration of Governor Write For PricdistCB7
"m _' It at-l .aorc5iiarjr 17-reeAoiafsnn boy aclant'a power. for strawberries. What plan food Catts yesterday was the making of a2 .' .
es..Zu - Send .-F-. : Book' want.TO"to reed oor new book.-The A al.y Rack does it give, how does it act .and all moving pictures of the entire celebra p1N/NSU1ARHFTA1 '.'.

l woe Waats.r_.= p'lo..oi..1a1Ibl.-tbI" on CoM all kind to Your of" land Stump cleartnc.Land.It nmveaUin* be**,A IS year other particulars. tion. The films were made under the E.....Y JACIISONVBda,1tA.. '
=Js? I b, the klretin Method to the chtapeetTquickeat and beet war to doer Iaad. f siaraateefaint Answer: Cottonseed meal I I. a very direction of A. Mackey of Jacksonville t 1
..II It tall'about Kiretin Service,forever free to all Kiratin t con.taloalettere . beak j good fertilizer material where thetcround a member of Governor Catts'stall'
_bledrd from Southern farmer who own K5doTDoo't tin..od are (lad Utey e and like
F.L is rather damp heavy; and will later be shown in Florida '
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until read this book.
waa Myaaowmt lbpD' bur a puller you af*. A war* nuded I.nds'within the National For
f ........... ., the ideal strawberry ground.It fur. as well as throughout; the country. reforested in the fiscal year' 'e;
: : Big Money to thou who Order Early) wp.etoaeroypopuan 4 ntehes the ammonia, which is the The pictures, of which there will be eats were r ,
of trees.planted
tir.Jul.-.b' (unity to Main our Proflt Sharing Plan. No canvaealnc. Just a wiliing.neea :: froaj 10* ta t, growing power of any fertilizer but several reels will show the parade, 1916. The total number while ti,
pmleei It doss...rt.roe. to snow your Kiratin to your neighbor*. Don't wen-tend.the cou* s..y.r.ntill. to have the right development! of any the reception the inaugural ceremonies was 6.146.637 8.28O
&! IML CM -
-. poo today. Be tit first to obanIlD this W.money making plan. u of tree seed were sown. .,r
t .I aiMihurMTltMM .. ether. -etaeea.AarefUtaarief. 'S plant there must be phosphoric acid ; In fact everything of interest con- pounds ,
onlr to clear ie aiy eeperatvnp _. A. A tORSTlH' COMPANY, 712 (Us :Stud, Eacaaala. Hkluais :pi '' ai q i'r' no and potash. Where cottonseed meal nected with the biggest inaugurationever cattle and
f1t.o Las d SIMMfJ s/eaybdrw. ..... I I N_' iii IN1 wi al was um alone as a source of am- witnessed in Florida.. There were 133,442 more ."
Is r41 nonia the young plants might: get a I I horses, and 606,338 more sheep and
stunt because the plant food is not ADVERTISED.LETTERS goats using the National Forests in
available form until there has been
= I increase
in 1915. This was
r 1916 than
JOnOn 2101Hot. time for two or three Changes made by The following letter remain uncalled of J
in spite of large eliminations grazing -
..Ptw.rPaU.r ...... the soil bacteria. Generally speaking, for for the two weeks ending .
,! .....: however a person can get: a very good January 22. 1917: lands from the forests. It i is accounted -

Mkbla.P growth of plant from cottonseed meal. Mrs. H. B, Bready, Mrs. Nellie Car- for by improved methods of ,41
This growth is not as stocky and pentsr.! Mr. and Mrs. Ilalstead Cald- handling the stocks and by more Intimate -
substantial a. a good bearing plant
well. Gorden Gaskins. Bell Green Lee
.... fan ___.a should be and does not contain the Guthrie ((2), J. Hanpartner, J. E. Har- knowledge of the forage on the>
,..,DntIo....... -- fruiting tendencies present where, lee, Geo. Jamison Montayne Lewin, 'a'ges and their carrying capacity. :.)
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plenty of phosphoric acid has been -'
tt-____ Mr. and Mrs. Nettle Nichols Phillips, -
is ""r J> 1Clnet. On* Ma PYtg r .tbabe{ ttr.t" used. If the plant goes on and makes Patrick Ryan. Ryner Mrs. Florence i The: number of fires suppressed or* **
? fruit as It will to an extent this fruit Beach Smalley W. Simpson, W. S. national forest lands during the cal'v
will be decidedly soft, just' the sameas Simpson Mrs. O. T. Simokins. Miss endar yea 1915 was 6,:>24, as agent ;
fruit made from plants grownwith Jane Thompson, Miss Idella Watson 7,018 in 1914. and an average annual ..,
stable manure. M. W. Wilson.B. number of 4 759 during: the past five

Cottonseed meal. is ee fertilizer good B. SIMPSON, Postmaster years, says Henry S. Graves chief or i I'.,,
tmi.al..sAa.ltl..ra r../.r raF to be used as a part of thatis the forest service, !in his annual report ,
to be put on damp, cold ground be- FOREST NOTES .just published. While more than theaverage > .
of the fact that through decom- !.
--- cause I number of fires occurred the ,-
,'-.- .. ...... ...... ...... ......: nosition it develops a great deal of Tests at the Forest Products Laboratory timbered area burned over was but. ,
t' ; heat that helps in the growth but it is }t Madisorr, Wisconsin, indicate 155,416 acres, or 30 per cent. less than .4/
y IF YOU RECEIVE THE KI8- O generally the most expensive oource that by the use of four additional the average per year for the period .
IiT SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE: of ammoni ato be found on the mar' nails in each end an increase of 300 1911-1915 inclusive. The average loss: ;
\ > ket. For instance at the present pe rcent. in the strength of canned- per fire was $60.41. Forty-four per J
without having ordered that it + time the ammonia in cottonseed meal food boxes is secured.Approximately . of the fires were confined to'areas 'Ii
O be Bent to you no payment for it OO costs fully 60 per cent. more than the 'I'' of less than one-quarter of an. 1
; will be asked of you. The OO ammonia in nitrate of soda or sulphate 10390 acres of de-
7r xl County Commissioners of Osce- of ammonia. A good fertilizer ,
I iJ *> ola county are paying for it as formula is one that is made from the ----.-- ---. -- -

i' O an advertisement for this c,un- + different sources of plant food in proportions . . . . . . .. .. ooooo .t.oo..oo.. "
O ty. Your name has been supplied,* giving the user the benefit of > .M<
r Bearihg O to them by one of your friends v the different materials at minimum

O in the hope that you would be cost. Cottonseed meal is werth its FAVORITE FERTILIZERS {
O interested in this section of f lor- price on certain occasions and to a
ids + certain amount, but as an entire far I
O O tilizer it ia ;very lacking and as an ]
...... ..ooo.o.ooot..oMICHIGAN entire source of ammonia is not only ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS

Very expensive, but not ae good for "
,y,s' You net a dollar's' worth PEOPLE HERE plant growth as a fertilizer having its SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR !!

dollar and an additional ON A PROLONGED VISIT ammonia from sources of different degrees -

rect proportioning to of availability. CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS PEAS, {

Lem House of Brown City, Mich.,
Write for Gun mod. CORN, TOMATOES 1.
and Messrs. Man and Wendover of Please tell me the latest In controll-

Port Huron Mich., arrived this city ing gummosls. Last year I cut away Write-for our new price list on all brand Agricultural Chemicals a

La Wilson ,or / recently, and will divide their time be- the sore spots and painted with Bordeaux Insecticides Materials, Etc. -
this and St. Cloud for the paste but the. trouble would
tween point break out again. Some say Milestone BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES ,:?
remainder of the season. They are scattered on the ground around the'infected -
; Dealer* b Fat prominent men of their respectivehome tree is good. What about that are arriving daily: -get our prices and get the best :

spraying cities.E. Answer The accepted control of We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for dittribudng :'

t t B. Morrey, one of the city's Hustling gummosis mention.is having along followed the line last that year you) in rows or broadcasting. Excellent: for all Fertilizer. Lime, Ashes ,..

a real estate men, complimentedthe that is, the cutting away of all diseased and soft Pluophate. ;
1 n. visitors to an auto ride to the areas saving smooth"/surfaces USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon .

S principal and interesting sections of and painting with Bordeaux past It citrus for results. Manufactured Schnarr
4 is better to paint UM entire' trunk. your trees sure by' J.
the county a few days' and they .Xa The control of gummosis calls for -5. 6c, Co.;Orlando our subsidiary '

themselves as being highly careful and persistentwork, for if In. .
Jffake'Home peed and agreeably surprised with' fectio nhas taken place before the THE INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER >
what they saw painting with Bordeaux past it will COMPANY .I tt 4

For very little money you ban make develop and the grower will) often Inv + a;,* t-J CKSO .vILLEFLORIDA: '. ;."":
w teat .looking- In your neighborhood.'' agine the treatment was..not effective. I..i. : .

;t{, aa collections one. croup are or eapeclajljr...plant. 'them- ,selected" separately.and ) It these would small be points impossible of infection to 'discover; BO it. .. ............ ............................. ....

PKIKB'COIXBOTIOM MJSO.. ROYAL $"Si ia absolutely necessary to keep careful ,
Twe assorted palma, tw' prettr -' Four o' watch of the tree. and immediatelycut
Sowerlaa ahruba af differ eath o( ;.:. : .
,, eat klnde. two .....011..... 1.1f.ag. . away all these areas developing -
4 liae plant, two food rail ......_' ... later and repaint with the Bordeaux
(r... fyour ..........>.**>lK"tlate intaa-all paste.Another. .\.rdkrnO
.prim.--wort. .!.... bought .. F'
thing that is more or lee.discouraging .
'3k THE opRiDit of1AMD AZOAIDA-. is the reinfection that
CUL.L.ECTION '10._ ESPECIALLY[ ( ADAPTED a
? Jour each of palma' ahade tr.... fruit tree can take place at any time. When
'' .....Uoa.. sir Bowerinr .hr,,".. ihrr. gummosis! has ones! become established -
lams. two ,....-"twratf.three extra al.. "" FertilizersPlace
s p 9 la all.. everr oae dlfferftat. earefully .. ," For Your in a grove it takes quite a longtime .
N
r' alas and quality. Separately tb... would sal. to eradicate all the germs, and

we sly In alllns orders for the. collectlona, just so long as any sources of Infec- %
ulIl... you dlatlnctly .,at. a. prefer- StateFREE' tion are there new diseased areas are
nee, ... will ship plaata that wa know likely to appear unless the surfacesare remember that the Armour line of fertilizers is
f will thrive In your locality. kept absolutely proof again.ttheir COMPLETE. We manufacture fertilizer of EVERY kind for
.. Order one or more of tb... collec entrance by thorough of EVERY crop and s.t}. We' manufacture or handle EVERY
tlona. Send us .".t,,' of property tot coatings
w free plantlnst-au.S.atlon.. Wa will ea- f'O :: : the Bordeaux paste. fertilizer material having reevgnned value to the grower.
t, oar now emtalof. Hat In r There are other applications that '
the largest variety of orn.Ift.nt.a. .-. have been used with considerable success Armour Animal Fertilizers .
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in the South. Or west Our lautnctive C talop.ud .
... but the Bordeaux paste i. :
.It
free oa request. lor It. b7.1 The Armour' Fertilizer Works is justly recognized headquarters -
Weekly Price List far the best. You can, therefore, goright
rL for finest grades of steamed bone flour, raw bone
ahead with the '
Reasoner Brothers.Royal method have
followed, using great vigilance you in dis-I meal, dried blood, blood and bone tankage, &e., and our animal
f Palm Nurseries and fertilisers based on these materials are standard crop-makers .
SEND FOR covfring new area. thoroughnessin
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r,; au aMtMtUet Aver' Oe...,. ..... their treatment and feel that you throughout the country. Our special Florida formulas, developed >,
I: nearly 80 experience and study of Florida
THEMaT 0 DAYhin are on the RIGHT TRACK. during years :
The application of sulphate of cop crops and condition., can be counted on to get ALL the profit ;

per to the roots of trees affected with for you that fertilizer can.Chemical '

., ? SEED> OK gummosis is absolutely worthless so .
( far a. the control of gummosis is con 4moar or Mineral Fertilizers ;

JACKSONVILLE f LA. cerned. Undoubtedly your adviser For.nearly 40 years we have offered purely mineral or
RE-EST has confused gummosis and die-back. chemical fertilizers. We get the world's finest materials for

h these brands by buying huge quantities direct from producersat
..o............... .... ... Goat and Sheep Manure I most favorable times. We KNOW our materials are best '.

f;Dixie Please tell me if goat and sheep quality, for each lot when 'it reaches our factories, is rigidly ../,",
; PINEOLA manure are good fertilizer for vegetables. analysed by. our own especially trained chemists. These materials .
I have made up my mind that are*then double cured screened, ground and blended ...Jii I
: JANUARY '9 if these on the market are the real Into.crop-making formulas developed during our long experience : ...
, GROUND LIMESTONE thing they would be just what I want. and study. Potash up to 5% if desired. Full descriptionis
Answer: The goat and sheep manures in our catalog booklet.
offered for sale the various
by
I. Part Dry t and
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Fast CIa.a".t. fertilizer carry manufacturers analysis as are represented.genuineand .1imoar Blood<<; and Bone TankageIs "

*STATE CHEMISTS ANALYSIS: Both are good for use in vegetable the original article, familiar to every Florida grower for

..Jacksonville to 0 Carbonate of Lime 97.73 percent O formulas, but the 1 1-2 per cent. am- nearly 30 years as "blood and bone." More than 100,000 tons '. "
monia and 2 1'2 per cent potash aa of Armour'Blood and Bone T.nbghave actually been used I
Moisture _________ 2.00 cent *
) per given by the is well Florida
;" goat manure! not a' by growers.
;('t' } St. 0 Sand _____________ 0.27 per cent balanced fertilizer for the entire application ';
> --.;. oWe to any crop and neither is fimoar Fertilizer Materials nia'1flOscataleg.stlet. .;
LEAVE JACKSONVILLE sell pIRECT) to farmers the 3 per cent. ammonia of sheep crtIId: h... latest .
and other growers tineKTOund Oj manure.In rrnourStock & Poultry Feeds 4
ARRIVEJACISONV1LLE -, limestone.j the goat manure you have no yar tspy fin
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.- Its analysis is HIGHER than + phosphoric add and less than half Spraying Materials, Etc. :;:t,':r=:

.bbcerration'Can. O any.south of Mason-Dixon line. Owe enough ammonia, while in the sheep

:, i;? Standard keep In our ,warehouse manure you have neither phosphoric
add little
4Ii. nor potash and a over half JrnHHll' Fertilizers
hundred tonlof ground +
enough ammonia so would not .
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to
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Standard'IRailroad O dleman's profit and give yon ab- + proportions 1
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t. ... i >;, THE D IDI a VALLIT GAirm.;' FWDAT,"JAm/AUT, 1"T '1'1"" > -

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held" tender the 'general' oleetlMi' laws.See. aipeJst sad flx the compensation of lit' .vmm CISICUIT ooiwr <... ....!
TROUBLE;
COUNTY: SOLONS THROW mite Commissioner Guy placed himself END. STOMACI. 4. The an Attendance Ofnoer or erSoersi' and .VsUTTH JUDICIAL CimCtfT s P.

TAXPAYERS'. CAMP on record, as being la. favor of OASES .OB. ,DYSPJI"8IAFape' : conducted la .t'C. : remove)the easse e*.-wUL.Aa Attendance ,..a STA or PI.oaJD.A.IW A1BARAK .
BOMB !INTO law 'far holding ..n..f elections, except Officer may 'be appointed; for one pO. O. CO.IfTY., CII.A.JI_' -
for .
.. building the best roads' possible -" 8 ,ae provided In, this Act.aad all school er.for & ......... et ee.ols,1kuthe ' .,..y.. 80"4"--" _"',. -.
Make Sick r "
the good people, and if' he eo1 l4a" DUpepsis. such elections shall be held wlthla discretion of the CoVtnty DearS .?:

({Continued From Pace Orte.) give them the best for their money- Gassy. Stoeaacsu ..relyfeelAs. sixty days from t.... flllnc of the petition. ublle Inetmetioa and may.be super. H. PKKVATTt '
ef ..,hoo... ..
Im Ave smiaate visor or a trustee a anyultable rig of the Estate o/ C. ..
I. roads that would last hewouldn't See. I. Inspectors of election Shall t>e person who willdischarge the ).' C.lIIlpla ''na.t. eIt..ti'
'th.y-Wou1d use would not require this be 1 in favor of building any at all. appointed and qualified .. la <:%. ... of lutlee .f the ....IU_.. and the Countyeard foI.. -
feature. The local l coneem flled a Unless some obstacles are placed In If what you Jnrt aU Is sx>artnr onJour general leetione. and they shalt. can..aee . > may ...... aa Attendance OfflOr .' i\Jtt ", -
Which rth. offered stomach or lies like a lump of the vote, east and' make die ... such other duties as may be deemedAdvisable. ", "
comrnnnleatton" y the way,, work.,on,the paving will be turnS of Ih same to (be County hoard Under/and by ''Virtue of' a decree ef
to rive bond, and keep the road in repair started within a very short time, as -refaslng-'to"digest ov youbelch of Pnblie lflstruettaw'-.wlthoet v Bee. If. It shall. be the duty ef every foreoloeure In the above stated cause J, ,
for a period of five ',...n. TheComml..lnoera the contract calls for the completion gas' and eructate eour,'undigested The County Board of Public Instruction Attendance. Officer to take an accurate as Special Master tor said Court will:
004-or hay. a feeUnj of di lnss, shall canvass the returns and do.claro census cf every child between the ages offer' for sale and aell at the -County1
after deliberation of the work by July 1st, this year. a the result, and cause the earns to >f six and .twenty..oneyears In his alert Court House door la the City of KJeolmmee. .
'brought the matter tavote. -Upon Citizens Appear Aroused heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste be recorded, as .tar ae .applicable r ct In the month of Jene. In. each and County of ,.Oe_",.,. State ot
CommissIoner' Base I la mouth and stomach-headache provided in the ...n.ral law ooo erniui; every year on blanks furnlsbed by the
the motion of Many of, Kisitmmee's 'most prominent State Superintendent of Public Instruolon. Florida on February Ith. 191?. between
which seconded by Commissioner citizens well can ret blessed relief in fire minute .I..tlon.. . He shall make three neat and the houra 11 o'clock a. mjuad So'clock -
wai as as representative . The ballot used In such elections
of the
said following
Walker, the bid of the Georgia1 Engin 1 taxpayers from all sections ,of tat an nd to stomach trouble forever, shall be plain whitepapur andprinted legible copies of this census roll which described p. real m. property day: situated In- Osoeola -; --
.
of shall give the date of birth
by> retting a large fifty-cent case there' "For Compulsory SchoolAttendance name sex
wa .Those the County.Florida. the _samebeta
eeringCompany accepted. the amUsed over ac.
county, are ." and "Against Compulsory the name of the parentor; guardian
voting in the affirmative being Commissioned Lion' of the Board in acceptkig the 'ape'a Diapepsln from any drug store.need. School Attendance" so arranged that with the postofnee, of every child and satisfy the mortgaged the said property decree of In Court said ease to-wltf, to> ,
Walker and You realise in flve minutes how the voter his choice, as lathe any additional Information demanded.
Bass Guy. Opposing next to the highest bid submitted and may express The north half of the southwest '
less It is to suffer fronv-indigestion, Australian ballot by making a eross One copy of this census shall be Sled
action by his vote' of quarter the southwest of thenorthwest'quarter
the war down the quarter 4
the turning
complete stomach disorder.It malt. to the left of on. or the other with the State Superintendent of Publo -
Ovrstreet the chairman dyspepsia or any Instruction with the all In Section Four
lowest one
Commissioner Tucker Brick Company, the of th.'two lines. copy "
the east half of the
voting{ Is the quickest, surest stomach doe- three-fifths of the County Superintendent of Public (4)1 southeastquarter
Sec. Should
but 7.
not
Mach -
Mr. goIng and home especially and the southwest
of
bidders' a concern, wonderful. electionbe nstructlon. by the first day of July quarter
tor in the world. It's votes legally cast at any such
on record as being opposed to the when it is considered the rood offers "For Compulsory School Attendance In each and every year, and one copy the southeast quarter of Section FlveCk >

..ward. made by the representatives of ," then laws the hereinafter compulsory school prescribed attendance and shall he be.,r.t.1a"0" [h.blr. ":I'.al":1.aeh : east>{ the quarter" northeast and the quarter-of south- half the north of thenortheast -_ _ _

During the session the Commiision- the concern to put up a bond and keep future will look after this 'Importantwork. shall be In force la such. i territory for school within his witha quarter of Section Eight (1)1'Lot.
,rs favoring the Georgia Engineering; the road in repair for a period of live Mr. MacDonough has held the two years or forever thereafter Until list of the names of children due to One ((1) and Two (t) I... Section

Company, the successful bidders, toot The matter is the "talk of the time excellent another such election I. ,held In compliance attend the school cf which the principals Nine J I), all In Township Twenty-five*
years. for doing -
had madea position some with the foregoing provisionsand In charge, and the County Board of (t() South Range.Thirty (*0) East,
occasion to state that they I town, day and night, and to the casual work, and has established pracIcally If three-fifths or more of the "votes Public Instruction shall aao.rtaln.wlth. save and excepting the following landsi

close study of the workof all those observer, it appears, that the more' all the lines and grades for the shall be cast "Against Compulsory out charge the number of pupils contamed Begin at the center of said Section Nino 1Li
offering bids and after due deliberation the subject is considered the more it which i. School Attendance," then school attendance I In said lists.Sec. (P1 run.Nort.. three hundred thirty .
road work in this De
county
In said (UO) yards to Baa: Lake Tohopekallga
shall not be compulsory .-is. The Attendance Officer shall
had to
and investigation come seems that some action is likely to return-to point of beglnnlnjr and
contemplated. territory until otherwise determined' by serve a written or printed notice, or run
the conclusion that the taxpayers prevent the execution of the contract an election hold In pursuance of this I partly written and partly printed not- West two hundred twenty (UI) yards

would get the best road and the most given to the engineering company. Act; Provided that when any such election upon every parent, thence north two hundred twenty <1IO> -
HEARD NATIONAL BANK IN Is held In a whole county compulsory 'i'e:; parson having control tlnebI1 yards to said lake, thence east alone1' V
for their money in the work of the From one source it was reported thata school attendance shall 1 be: en- or children, violating the provisions of the margin of said lake to Its Intareeotlon -'

company to whom the award was number of taxpayers had retainedan JACKSONVILLE-CLOSES; NOW forced In any School Board District or his Act. and prompt compliance on the with.line just run. Also save aii4except '

made. Recently the Board was takento attorney to halt what they consider IN HANDS OF EXAMINERS districts of said county wherein a part of the parent, guardian I or other : Begin at a point .Sixty" <40> -,
yards west of the northeast of'c' P
'., three-fifths vote was cast "For Compulsory person shall be required. If any parent. corner .
St. Petersburg where the company an imposition on the public. School Attendance", though a guardian, or other person upon whom the northwest' quarter of the southwest, 4
had laid thirty-nine miles of briMc" Attorney Crawford on the Job than three-fifths vote ot a county as a whole such notice Is served, falls to comply quarter of said Section Nine (I), rum
roads the guests of a representative Rumor had it Tuesday that Attorney With deposits totalling more was cast Against Compulsory School with the law within three days' thereafter north Thirty (to) degrees oast to mar-
( Heard National Bankof that when Kin of Take East Tonopekallga. thencesoutheasterly
13,000,000, the Attendance: Provided also, then.lt shall be the duty of the
of the concern) and ,they had satisfied W. B. Crawford had been retained failed to for any such election Is held In a whole Attendance Officer upon the recommendation along said margin to s> 4
themselves that the paving was what by one of the unsuccessful bidders on Jacksonville, open compulsory Chr"l attendance' of the Board of Public Instruction point Forty (40) yards east of the said'
wanted here, as the taxpayers the paving worft and would take legal business on Tuesday morning, and : ::l1tro; be enforced School to prosecute forthwith such northeast corner of the northwest,
was Board District or districts of said the of the State of quarter of the*
In name
institution now person
the are :
the affairs of : rln.qfrtt:
wanted something for their money, steps at once in this direction. A rep- county, a was Horlda before any Justice. of the thence south to the
and would get a road that -would last resentative of the Valley Gazette called Iri the hands of the United States Ex cast r-rl'bo: :r g ItYS:1: Attendance Peace, or County Judge, { county, Two (S) In said Section NineS). thence '

for definite period. As to the the and was informed aminers. It has not yet been deter ." though the majority vote of town or district I In oha.n prosecutd west along south line to the point .or'

them a upon attorney whether the bank will be reopened the county as a whole was cast "For rseldes. All fines collected shall be bra-Inning.
local concern, which was the lowest that it was true that he had been mined closed Compulsory School Attendance." turn.d over to the custodian of the This Decemberjltth., 1915.-

'bidder a little over $7.ooO below the retained by a number of taxpayers to or whether it will be Sec. 8. The County Board of Publlo bounty School Fund and may be used W. B. CRAWFORD. -
definitely. In a statement issued by 'Instruction of a county In which a compulsory by the County Board of Public Instruction KRJBBp e Master IDrCh.IlO."',
of the
Company some the execution
Georgia Engineering prevent contract
school attendance election has for the enforcement of this Act STEED. .
of the Board "opined" that the product but had not at that time outlinedany the officers, the depositors are prom- been held and three-fifths of the votes or for other purposes. Solicitors for ,Complainant

of the Tucker.Brick Company has definite plans as to the procedure. As ted 100 cents on the dollar within a i legally cast at such election In a Special Sec. 17. The-Attendance Officer shall .
and short time. About 91.000,000 cash ie Tax School District. School Board have the right to visit and enter-any (;; __
been tried out was an unoertaln to representing- of the paVing '
not said to be District, or whole county was office factory or business house employing MOTICn TOCRBP1TOHS.
quality, and they did not feel companies in this phase of the controversy on hand, and the assets are "For ul"r\e School Attendance" youth, for the purpose of enforcing '

justified in spending the people's he had<) nothing to say. sufficient to pay depositors in full, according hall, at the first regular meeting thereafter the provisions of this Act; wh.ndoubt IW COURT Oil' THE CODBrTY-
to President Heard. The institution publish that the following com- exists as to the age of a child OSCEOLA t'OUNTV. STATHOF
money in this manner. As regards the Appoint New( County; Engineer at $1,000,000and pullory school attendance law will be he may require a properly attested FLORIDA any"J
Good Road Construction Company, was capitalized In full force and effect thirty days birth certificate or affidavit .. to the (.. re Otute of Mary I.. I,atta.To .
whose bid was also lower than the Another action taken by the County had a paid -surplus of 250000. It thereafter In the Special Tax School age of any child.
Board at- the Special meeting; which was regarded as one of the itaunchest District School Board District or. In Bee. 1$. Every Attendance Officer ,all creditors legatees, t1 atf'lbat.and
Georgia people, the information' had in the South. the county as mar Have .b..n.d..rm. shall keepan accurate record of all all persons havlnfr claims
reached members of the Commissioners has caused some discussion was that bankihg institutions ined by the said election.Bee. notices served, all case prosecuted, and demands against said estate t ..

that their work had not been altogether of relieving Alan J. MacDonough, who .. 1. Every parent guardian orperson all -other services performed and shall You. and each of you are ...
in the of en Heartburn indigestion or distress In charge or << U ol.tof childor make an annual report of the same to notified and required to present
satisfactory in other sectionsof has been acting capacity children. between the eight the/County Board of Public Instruction, claims and demands which 'you > or -
the State, which, however, was gineer of roads and appointing in his of the stomach' is Instantly relievedby and fourteen years and re.fdlns withina on blanks furnished by the State Superntendent either of you. ra 7.ve.arslnei. the
and nothing def. stead Joe E. Johnson, who, in the Herbine. It forces /the badly digested Special Tax School District a School of Public Instruction In the estate of Mary L Latta deceased late
Driven only as rumors food out of the body and restores Board District or a county advertised manner required and oftener when demanded of Oeceola County, Florida to the underslgnod 4 p
I as following compulsory by the County Board. Executor: of saidestate.
tone in the stomach and bowels. hOrdet tet.n: provisions; : shall Sec. 11. It shall be the duty of all within two year from the date hero ,L .
..! ..: i ...: i . ....i .! ..! .. .... .. ...... ..... .. ..... Price 60c. Sold by Osceola'Pharmac,.. cause such child or children to attend principals and teachers Co-operate Dated November tlth. A. .D. -1" .

regularly the public I school of the district with the Attendance1 II'o.. In the enforcement 8IUAB ATTA, .
In which the child; or children reside of this law. To this end It 4.-tt Exscutor.1HOTICB .
OPENING OF NEW LUCERNE not less than eighty days of each i shall be the duty of the principal or '
year, between the ages of eight and teacher: 'In charge of every school In FORPtJBUCATIOM. r
HOTEL TO BE ELABORATE ONE fourteen years of each child; the period' which pupils between the ages of eight '
of compulsory attendance shall commence and fourteen years are Instructed to OfSe* at Oals>eevllle,'Dee\ ., l.... .
with the : of the school Keep an accurate record of the attendance Department She ....ra.r. V. '.. ,.... -
NOTICE of the New Lucerne term nearest to the .1..h1h birthday of of all pupils, to render. weekly reports -
The opening each. child and shall cover a period of to the Attendance Officer and the Notice I. hereby.tve" Ihal' WHltanV
Hotel in Orlando, Tuesday. January six consecutive years thereafter except County Superintendent of Publlo Instruction VT. f-' who,
23, will be one of the most elaborate .. hereinafter provided. of all pupils Imperfect. In attendance on July ttJl'llr.io..o< : Entry -./:
in that this See. 10. Continuous attendance upon showing all absences, ex- No. 1III4, for SW'4 of 811 *?l '".
social affairs to occur city some other school, public private, or oussd and unexcused, and In the case of I SBU of BWHi Section n. township $5 -
season. Mr. F. C. Moore, who operates church, for eighty days of each yearduring an excused! abeencetto state the reason South Range II Bast.: ''*...."..-
the Samoet in Breakwater Me., the ares of eight and fourteenof for-which the pupil was excused.Sec. I Meridian\ haa Sled notice of Intentionto ,
Notice is hereby given that any child mar be accepted In lieu SO. It shall be the duty of the make Commutation Proof to estatellsh f
has leased this hotel from its owners, of attendance upon a local public County Board of Public Instruction of claim to tho land'above described .1 ,
Mr. and Mr. R. L. Rowland. Mr. school; Provided further that any private each county to cause this Act to be pub. before Clerk Circuit Courts at' KJsslm. ,

in Moore> who la a thorough hotel man, or church school receiving for Instruction llshed, separate and distinct from the race, FlorldW 1: on the J4th day p( Jaoary >.'
in order to qualify to vote in pupils between the ages of publication of the-Acts of. the Legislature ,. 1V17. k' .
has made extensive Improvements eight and shall keep In full In some newspaper published Claimant names as witnesses IW'I
the New Lucerne, and is planning to such record of attenXance of said child In the county, If there be on., Henryi.. Fopeney of L.oughmanHetmb.rg 'r "'J
the election poll taxes make the opening the talk of the sea- or. children and will render such reports and If there be none, then to distributeand lorlda. w
1* city of the same as" are hereinafter give It the widest circulation In John of Loughmanflor&-; .
eon. No expense is being spared in required teachers of publlo schools: the 'form of a circular at least v four 14a. ' .
decorating and furnishing the hotel or" attendance.upon any such weeks prior to the opening of the : J.:: H. Britt of Loughman., Florida. '
before ; r: r.Irc echoor refusing or schools for the ., beglnnln Armenloua Garrison of Loughman.61Ud
must be paid on or for this occasion. Arrangements are .
annually .
1 neglecting to keep such records and to July 1,' 1911 and thereafter.. If *' k-I
now being made with two of Jackson- make such reports shall not b. acceptedin In their discretion It'be necessary. ROBERT W. DAVIS a.tral.,
f 10th. ville's most popular fancy.dancers to lieu of att.nd.-ne. upon a public Sac SI. All laws and parts of lawsIn ,4 -
;
.. Saturday February rive several interesting numbers during school. conflict with the provisions ef thl
Art are hereby repealed.See. .
Beci 11. Bxeaaptleas.--This Act shall .
the evening. apply In caseIn which thotoblld' SS. This Act shall take- v-ff ertImmediately Hf--CIRCUIT CUT rmJ : .
not
The banquet will begin at 8:30 physical any or mental conditions as upon Its ........ and approval .enth Judicial of In an
for Osoeola County In Chancery C.Vf. .
L. BANDY by the Governor
C. o'clock'and after the has attested by any competent physician .
er banquet Approved June 1. Ill I. Johnson-complainant, vs.I., 'M. I 4,.
been.served, Mclntosh's orchestra will before any court having Jurisdiction Parkl R. I* >Varthanj Mrs.- ). V.' Pok.
under this Act. renders Its attendance
furnish music for the dance which The following are appointed to act rca I* Pickren, her busbandt
,. Tax Collector Impracticable or Inexpedient) or In any ane L. Ptckrenlso known*. 1D.
will take place in the large ball room case. In which the child resides I morethan at J.said It jQardner election: H.N.. Bratton and J Graham)| Calvin Buckets and John.
two in I lee by the nearest traveled
of the> ,hotel. .-: route from the school houseand transportation W. Lilly, In.peclora; and A. K. Thomas.. F. Hel.y. aa former co-partners do*
Ing under the flrm. name or.
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The public is extended an Invitationto Is not provided Clprk. -
.rhle' any Buckets dc Headleji and as Individuals!
in : ;. Done by'order of the Board of Public -
attend this affair and out-of- case of extreme poverty the William Bos well and all -
many : Instruction, this the Snd day of December and : pereonaclalmlnir
.e i'' '" services of such child are necessary for .. ... .
\. town parties have already made reservations Its own supoort or the support of. Its .A. IX 1111. J-B mmon.
.............. ..... for table. The price will be attested by the affidavit ofits W. c. nASI CbaJ..man deceased or otherwise. n..PCd.ntlBi d4 _ _
. ar.nta. as
.. . ......... ........... . ... $2 per plate, and reservations should i parent or parents. and of such witness Attest, C. HiCounty TOW Superintendent:LL. .to To all. whom Title. It may. lubUo.

as the Attendance Of fleer may'require appearing from the sworn Bill of Com
be made not later than Saturday; January
: ,or In any case In .which said plaint filed In this cause that there are
20. r-a..nt. guardian or other person hav. InC The c..t? "....'. rear*. Oevnty persons InterestedIn the property involved -'
or control of a child.shallshow Of
Osee.l State ef riertda.In i other than the
STATEMENT The liver loses its acidity at times before any magistrateby known D.t.ndant.; and that the names)
affidavit of himself and of such
CONDENSED Tfce Matter Of The Sale Of The of such persons so Interested Unknown '-'--,,
and needs help. Herbine is an effec- witness aa the Attendance Officer Property ef Naesal Elisabeth to the Complainant ar that '

tive liver stimulant. It also purifies may require that the child Walker, A Miner, relief la prayed In said Bill( of Complaint .
Condition of the without necessary books and clothIng such unknown Defendants .
of the against
(
the bowels and
<
strengthens digestion for attending school and that theparent
Notice Is hereby given that It Is the : It Is therefore ordered that all
restores strength, vigor and cheerful Is' unable to provide the >necessary Intention of the undersigned J. B parties claiming an Interest In the following

ipirits., Price 50c. Sold by Osreols books and clothing; Provided that Walker as at.d :lktr. the estate oiNaomi. described property situated In .
when books and clothing shall ybeof EI a minor. to the
Bankof Pharmacy. vided through charity I or make application to the County Judgeof Florida.tnVheo 0 :g.'It.f4 t t.l
.
State means, the child shall no longer be exempt Osceola, county Florida, at his office I half of the . ... Bc-
Visiting card printed by the Valley I.- from school attendance under this In the court house at Klsslmmee. tion 16 Township 25. South, -
provision Provided. further that whena '
; In said county on Monday the 16th day Bast. Tallahassee Meridian do appear
Gazette Job Department. teacher Is churned. with inefficiency.misconduct of January, A. D. 1(17. for authority to to the Complainant's. Bill of Complaint
or cruelty such charge" being sell an undivided one-fifth Interest herein filed on the Rule Day
made In writing and filed with the' which Is the Interest of the said minor In February A. D. the aame-belnsT

Kissimmee -11 111111 I 1111111 1111 I 11" Trustees of the Special Tax School District In and to the following described real the (th day of ..111. ; else the
: or with the County Board of Public property situate In Osceola countyFlorida. said will be taken aa confessed .
Instruction' by a parent or guardianof ; to-wlt: Northwest quarter o: and HIl further ordered. that this order
. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA LegalAdvertisements J any child attending the school being northwest quarter of section thirty-one bo published once a week for
tnught by such teacher then theattendance (11). township twenty-five (25) south twelve (11) consecutive week In theKisslmtnee
of such child shall not beenforced twenty-eight (S8) east southeast .
range Valley a newspaper
DECEMBER 30TH. 1916 .
AT THE CLOSE Of BUSINESS until after a full Investigationof quarter northwest Oa..t.
i such charge" has been made by the section six (8r.r township ?:, 't"-.fi ola published and of 'rtl I yfonoin: ::

Asset hoard with which name was filed and SO south range twenty-eighty' (18)east. ; County. Witness Honorable .
,1111111'r'llllllllllllll the laid teacher has been acquitted or Also the south half of the northWest W. Perkins. Jurtare" of said Court,
Real Estate F. and F.------------------------------: $ 35326.21 exonerated.Sec. quarter of the northeast quarter mY name as Clerk thereof and the
348.748.30 STOCKHOLDERS' MKETINU 12. TesaiMirary: A bar are Allowble.ltvery or section six (8), township twenty-nix official seal of the said Circuit Court
Bill receivable parent, guardian; or other (26) south range twenty-eight (ISeaat. ) this the 1st day of November I
622.60 pernon; In the State of Florida havingcharge Alno beginning at the southwest 1916. 3. -1.* OVKRBTR15BT.Ct. -
. Overdrafts Annual meeting ot the Stockholdersof or control of a child or children corner of the northwest quarter of the ( Ct. Clerk Circuit
3.750.00 The Quality Store Inc.. will b.. held between the of eight and fourteenveara. of the northeast S..al Court
_______ __ ___ ---- ages northwest quarter Johnston Solicitors for
at their office at 10( o'clock In the fore shall cause said child or children uarter of section six (8) township twen 4-lt
Ca"h"and" 'from"UnkilHIIIII_______I__I___I____ 1 130,519.60 I J rh'npu Monday. February 6th ohicers 1D17. for to attend school as aforesaid; Provided ty-six S6) south range twenty-elgh plainant.
11518.33 a of election of and that occasional absence from '2H) cant and run north one huqdredtony
County and City-Warrants- the tranaactlon of any other bualnesa such attendance nv such child amounting (140) yard.. east seventy (70) PrOTICB OF SPJC.AL MASTER'S
that may come before the meeting. to not more than two unencuseilnlinnnres vardm l ; south one hundred forty (140
6-3t H. K. COLE.! Secretary. In four consecutive weeks verde, : went seventy (70) yards to placeof SALE ,
: 530485.04 shall not be unlawful; Provided fur- hetrlnnlnir. Alao the southwent quarter -
NOTICE Of KLKCTIO IhiT. that the principal or teacher In of the northennt quarter of section
liabilities In compliance with Chapter 6831. chnrtrn: of the echool. may. excuse any .Ix (6), township twenty-nix. (SIT) I Under and by virtue of a final decreeof
State of Florida 1816. notice Is hereby child I for temporary absence because or! south range. dwenty-i-licht. (2$) eaat foreclosure In a certain case in the.
$100.000.00 given that an election will be held at a storm or bad weather sickness or 3. B. WAI-KKn. Circuit Court of Oaceola county. Florida
__ ___----------------------------- Klsslmmee. In School Hoard District deBth In Its family unforeseen or unavoidable ((1uaMI of the estate of Naomi K'lza-' , wherein If. M. Steen aa complainant -

. SuSu. __ ____-________-_ 15000.00 No. 1, Qsoeola County. Florida on Sat. accident. Excused abnences beth Walker a minor. 6S-6t and husband Anna Boyer and Chas. K. Hoyer I.as -.
and the reason therefor shall be recorded her were d.f.nd.nl. -
1.349.89 27th. A. D. 117. to determine
urday. January -
' ... Undi.ideci Profits __------------------------------- by said principal or teacher In NOTICE FOR BIDS. Special Mniter. have taken chargeof

Deposits __ ___ ______________________ 358135.15- tendance whether shall prevail compulsory In said schoOl district at. charge of the school and shall be reported and will I offer for sale to the Highest
a to the Attendance Officer ashereinafter The Board of Public Instruction of bidder for cash before the courthousedoor
Bil1 Payable _:::::::::::::- 45000.00 and to decide whether the following provided; Provided. furth..r.Ihat . O.ceola county. Florida. will receive In Klaslrnmi-e.. Florida during the> 4

Re-DUcounts __ ________________________________ 1 11.000.00 I compulnpry shall be school enforced attendance In said School provisions child In whose case of attendance protracted la Illness required of any Under '.le6\r\.:: 1116 I for up the to 10 fabrication"a. m.. February and- day legal of hours February of sale 181.on Monday the following the 6tr

Board Dlatrclt: this Act. or In case of quarantine erection of nine fire escapes for Osceola described property, In Osaeol
of-the home In which such child re. High School and St. Cloud High School county, Florida, and described as fo,..
530485.04 CHAPTER 8881-LAWS OF 191B.AlV aides upon report of the Health Officer accord'nil' to plans and specifications of lows. to.wit: .

___ _I" ... r. ACT PROVIDING'' FOR COMPUI.- or upon certificate of- any legallyqualified Alan J. McDonough. architect Klsslmmee Tieglnnlng'at a point One Hundred
I SORT SCHOOL ATTENDANCES, THRAPPOINTMENT : phvatclan to this effect, the Florida. (100) feat welt of the Southeast corner -
: OF ATTENDANCE Attendance Officer shall excuse from attendance The Board reserves the right to ac of Block "W" of H. A Mattnewa.Vdultlon j"-. ,
OFFICERS --' OFFICERS! PRESCRIBING THEIR such child until he I. fullv ct any or all bids. Address to the Town Klsslmmee -..
DUTIES AND POWERS. restored to health or until any quarantine ali rtbr.r.r to: City. run West along Mabbette Street -. -
Be It Enacted By the Legislature of excluding the child from school C. E. TOWEL Seventy-two and One-hatf (TSH ) feet
I C. A. CARSON, President. the State of Florida: has been raised. Superintendent Public instruction. thence North One Hundred and Seventv.flve -
; Section 1. Whenever one-fourth of :RtNOT.CIU. M7K feet thence East Seventy-
Sec. .11. P..ltyAny parent guardIan -
f M. KATZ Viee-PrtsidemL E. L. LESLEY, Vice-President the registered white voters of any Special or other person In control of a childor two and One-half (724) feet th.heefnuth 0
THOMAS Cashier. Tax School District School Board children vlol..tlnathe provisions of One Hundred an' Seventy-fire -
ROMA District or of any county shall file witha this Act. shall be guilty of feet to the point beginning. ..
County Board of Public Instruction a and ct nb'I. The Board of County CommissionersIn Also, beginning One Hundred <.100>
1- written petition asking for an electionto : court meaner of upon jurisdiction shall any be and for Osceola County. Florida. I feet Writ and One Hundred and Seven.tvfive
' }.II Personally appeared before me. a notary public. Roma Thomas be held In such Special: ; Tax School liable to competent a fine of not less than one dollar will receive bide on It miles of brick ITI) feet North of the Southeast
and the above District. School Board District or county and not than three dollars fey road, I feet wide with concrete curb- corner of Block MW of H. A. MaL '-?
\ Cashier, who. Leinr duly sworn depose says statement to determine whether compulsoryschooL each. and every more offense And upon failure In..... up to II m.. January 11th. 1117.bldd.ra thews' Addition to the Town cfjKJsslmmee -
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the best of Tus knowledge and belief. attendance shall prevail In refusal to such fine, said may obtain full ..r.eellioatiOn.t. run thence Two
. or parent
is to pay
true the It WIth
either of said districts or county. 3 e>
applying dred feet cO'h.
(Seat) S. L. LUPFER. Notary. Public. shall be the duty of the County Boardof of guardian a child,,or shall other be Imprisoned person In control not '. . :'fo id:: Said bids to beopened two and On.-hal < ,.. ;
Public Instruction to order election the Boardreeervimg .
dat.
; an on the above South IIM
> commission' June 5 th, 1917. > In either of said districts the to exceed thirty days In the county Jail; reject Haner' One-half
My expires or ProvMed that the fine for any Bret of- the right to accept or thence East and
county aeooreUns a* the petition mar any and (?S4> feet -begtnai.g..
I ss Bnuu"usiSBe siBBSsnuBs. fensa. may payment of ooeta. be .Urflt-L'8L'IIJT. .
, \ request to decide whether the following . suspended .111'.ot: collected until tb.me Chairman.OVXRaTRKBT. Also. boginnins .. On. R.ni .a.
compulsory school attendance provisions AU""et pl..t
Is convicted of a second 4
shall be enforced In said Special person Clerk. n." ar..r. Seventy-one
DIRECTORSC ) 3. L
offense; Provide, farther that after ) feet N.1 of the Soatbsas5orner
School School Boards
: Tax _.. District.,. the .xplratioD of three days frona th.tie. Sr of Ii. A, Matthews'

4 I A. CARSON .__w___________Ctssbm.... FU. DI.trie\. -. I.or The County.ty. Board .f PabUere.tra.uo .Uoe I.served by the AttndaaeeOfSosr. NOTICE: Addition to the Town of )11.0:
shall give .ot8.. .of .eeh each and every day a pacent, . City run weetOn* flundred .
:. W.' R CARSOlf. -_..I>_._________KlMf-MM* FU.I .le bY .. .. r: 1."WCITIor.-; : shall wilfully'. Kotlce !. hereby gives that the Aanaal then** Worth Fifty-three. ad e.llf ,
such child feet/lhen -On
r: .wppape.P.bt.b.; .and ccdren (ll%) Rest Hsmdreoi
. N.. C.a.TAR.. ___-__i ___riisisiiiea, FU. four weka a .. ..... from ach_" er allow It or t.._ toremais CONSoLlDATBD ef the Stockholder of fUn feet end .thence SOTth
wthlr the lr COM-
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} M. KATZ jj .'L. -,- lini-iaKh, FU. p.-.II..... t..re&t..torr... pee I 1'0I n.wspapsr" u... In0C out of eehoel.. shall constituteS the TTTUal .and 0..1 (ItttVfeot' 1lg -
.. ; . separate esrensei aad shall ....,... PAIfT win be held at the efflce .f the of. saM .. .
1. the
[s H. FLEMHIC... ...,, Ussbuseev FU.t .pa.. pnbll.hes said parses to tk. penalties above .de-. Company at I'xa-s-..*. Florid or being mnbraeed In lot one 411 of Stools
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oo:0tr __1 Monday, Tebrmary Ilk l a'lI:M rw of said Matthew t W "
L.-LESLET : .KiisfauM. FU.,., ?;, The -electors such electionst iocIruJW.c..ar .. of ntree- A44& t .
E. : --- .. meet i registered. provided*In thet.s.r ... .of Pnblie .deck a. "'.. for the election towis .f Xieeimmse Cit :
$ .. .', '"': :. """ .M. "' '' law for.r1stratlons for IDatl'1l.of..p county w....... any tars ... ferthe, transaction of eushtkep PwtAszn !
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afc .PR'rJ.
J WADE TUCKER. ._h -r ;.;_ ; special ,
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,, - \ ... . elections, and they shall have the district of the county baa adopted the b.... ... --at, be' brought' be- J' \
am. ojtjaliaoatloaa<< for and vreroqulsw compulsorY echo attendance previsions lore inid ....u..,.. "p"t... Ce; '_ .\

L .. .. ; -I Ttee 8.0 votIng .. prescribed to eleoUesta4 ).ot .tkW A. shall have'.the power. It.W..-. .. ft CRAW7'ORD s etaryJ .DeE. > .. ,'v.
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TWELVE 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY,'GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY It, 1917 't''f' ,


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: .At'the'Churches'FIRST ..:.

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.$ Society BAPTIST CHURCH. SPECIAL .
v ::1 I "-EXPERTDressmaking Sunday school 9:}5 a. m., .
l' Preaching at 1.. to., . ,I;; .
," f >;. (Mr. E. J E.!: Wells., .:Editor.) f Sunbeam,at-2 p. m. w ,- 'I/ ,
I Jr. B. Y. P., U. at 8 p. m.

: U mad to all l patreu of the Valley Gazette ) item Sr. B.Y.P.U.at6:16p.m. '+
t < > Request U seni Preaching' at' 11 a. m.' and 7 pi m. Monday Sale

} .. .f Society Errata to Jlkt Editor for publication U tIa... colita. Heavenly Subject at Home.evening" Second service in the"Our ier- :

iei on "What Happens After Death." \

Y . . . . .I.I.I.OIOIOI..1 ,01.1.1 II I . II a I . II 0 I 0 10 I -Miss Mamie Saunders Special for.all.music and a cordial invitation 9 A.M.Curtain "I,':'..'1'

.OO.OO..O..O.OOOoOOO OO. ." '. ' O. B. FALLS Pastor. '
4 14 '
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.0 SHOWER FOR BRIDE + + SOCIAL CALENDAR 4O SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST '"
4 4J 4 MISSION ,l

...0.00oooooooooooooooooOOtMrs. < Friday afternoon Mothers- < Cor. Bryan St. and Vernon Arc.Kissimmec Sunday school 10 a. m. '
Teachers Club at Hart Memor. Goods
Preaching by pastor, 6:45 m.
r G. M. Shearouse, Jr., one ofiselmmee's 4 ial. 4 p.
Subject of sermon: Prov 21:4.:
$ "newly weds," was the Friday evening-Reunion of Fla. Prayer meetings Wednesday even- .
honoree at a pretty social function at 4 U. D. C. and families at Hart ings, 6:45.

the home of Mrs. J. L. Overstreet! I* Memorial. I "Come; thou with us and we will 121-2cand 15c value
Saturday afternoon-Priscilla ,do thee good."
t ; r Tuesday and afternoon Mrs. Pfann when Mr entertained. Over- 4 Club Mrs. II. M. Pfann hostess.Monday .,) (for this sale only)) ,..
street
11< afternoon Keramic I EPISCOPAL CHURCH .
their Sunday school class and a number n8C
Club at the Studio. 000 The Rev. L. H. Kirkby of New ,
I +T4404'
friends. M
I I, of and white color scheme 4 Monday afternoon Entre < 4. 4 York City, wil again officiate In St. ,
\ which The .was pink carried out in the decorations Nous, Mrs. M. D. Alexander, < ff RECEPTION TO DR. MARTIN I John's Church on Broadway at 11 a. a Yard
i the social courtesies attendingthe < host,ana. -co ', m. and 7'JO:: p. m.
at '
Prevatt-Shearouse wedding was Tuesday. afternoon Kisslm-, .$' < """"" :-)NOne At the evening service missionary ;
continued this occasion. Quanti- > mee Woman's Club at Hart Me- < address will be given Mr. L. A. .
ties of roses on in these colors were morial. of the largest social gatherings Hamilton, in which he will l give an account J
used and a protair of streamers ,4 / 4 ever held in the city assembled at the of his visits to some of the i
framed the unique doorway. The feature e>+:<+. ..4I4 Graj stone Hotel Friday evening to |most interesting portions of the for I SEE WINDOWDOLLABLIMITSTORE
"i- of the afternoon was the appearance meet Dr. S. M. Martin of Seattle eign mission field. Mr. Hamilton
of a bevy of girls] in pink and white . Wash, who came here from Tamoa to I brother of Bishop Heber Hamilton of
costumes, bringing with them a flower p conduct a revival at the Christian Mid-Japan was selected by the Can.
r trimmed wagon filled with packages. : -.REV. KIRKBY HONORED church. Dr. Martin was accompanied I adian Church to accompany the mission - -- -
'' Little Geneva Roberson and Alta Ruth ,I4 4 hv his wife and daughter Mrs. Nina clerical secretary to visit all its
Overstreet drew the wagon guided by : OOoOOoOHoOoOOH< Martin Hatcher who were also guestsof foreign mission centers to encourageand
Lois Overstreet> who held the white : honor on this occasion. report upon the work done.
ribbons accompanied by Jeanette Pre- I The ladle of the St. John's Guild of Prominent ladies of the church ---
'vatt and Gladys] Griffin carrying the Episcopal Church entertained greeted the guests upon their arrival, MEN'S MEETING
more gifts. I with a reception in the parlor of the and: presented! them to the visitors Will adjourn next Sunday after-
; When they were unwrapped a love- I IGraystone Hotel Thursday evening to *fhe hum of general conversation noon to attend a lecture to men and
1 Iv collection of needlework decorated :afford their friends the pleasure of pleasantly filled the rooms during the I boys to be given by Dr. S. M Martinat
6 china, basketry and cutglass was dis- meeting the Rev. Mr. Kirkby. his wife intervals between the numbers of the' the Casino. All men and boys cordially G. W. Person Co., Prop. Kittimmet, Fla. ,iGIRLS' r rI
closed. I land daughter, of New York City, who program, and the evening closed with invited. Devotional Committee. j
The guests were further entertainedwith 'ar spending-some time in Kissimmee. light refreshments of punch and wa-
a fine program of musical numbers -]''An added pleasure was afforded the fers served by a group of girls. The '
.r as follow.: guests wh-sn Mrs. Stanley Bullock frogram. announced by the Rev. A. TOM ELLIS DEAD
Song,, "Because I Love You Dear," Jr.. and Mrs. Burroughs rendered sev- .\{. Chisholm. included several vocal T W Ellis, one of Kissimmee' I BASKET BALL GAME featured for Oviedo while
e (W. H. Stanton), Miss Ella Mae Gilt eral beautifu'! vocal numbers. Mrs. numbers by Mr. Buroughs whose fine pioneer residents died at his home in and Percy Oliver played Carolyn
Fripp good
bert 1 Bullock accompanied the singers who contralto voice is greatly en loved b" this city last evjh'ng; about 10 ball for Osceola.
h Piano "Simple Aved" (Francis 'I generously :responded to the insistent 'Kissimmee music lovers. "Absent," o'clock after a lingering illness of I About seventy-five witnessed the ,
Thorne), Miss Adah C. W.gner.I I cats for encores. Mrs. J. E. Lupfer rendered by Mr. Smedal received I[several months. ,game when the girls' first basket ball
Song, "For You" (Laurence Dt1on- ,held the rapt attention of the audience a hearty applause. Miss Susie Speir's ,, Funeral services will be held from team played the Oviedo high school L. R. Guesses of St. Cloud was in
( tague), Mrs. Stanley Bullock, Jr. '|1 I while she gave the dramatic reading, voice was especially beautiful in "I the family residence this afternoon at I(I team on the local grounds Saturday the city Tuesday on a combined business -
I' Late in the afternoon Mrs. J. J. "Mademoleel1eJ" followed by the Im- Hear You Calling Me," and the duet 2 o'clock under the auspices of the and lost with a score of 26 to 8. and pleasure mission. He registered -
Woodall Misses Jeanette Prevatt personation 4 I of a small boy in which "Roses and Lilies" sung by Mrs. Knights of Pythias. I I Edith Howard and Elsie Marshall at the Manhattan, Hotel.
Lois Overstreet and Gladys Griffin as- role she is also very true to nature. roughs and Miss S a Bur-I
sited the hostesses in serving assort 1 I The evening was concluded wtih refreshments with all. Miss Margaret Stanford 1

lx C, eel sandwiches with tea and delicious ', of puch and wafeis.I graciously responded to a request and .r.> 1/11- JIi-
fruit salad with "delicate" cake tiedwith I I W BT F S"i
r ] read the Medal selection, and Baby
tiny pink ribbon. I I . Olivine Savage gave another impromptu
The guest list included: Mrs. J. JJ"Woodall 14 I 4 reading both showing genuine
,
;, Mrs. Charles Persons, Mrs. 4 PRISCILLA CLUB 4 : artistic merit. .
/' ; George Persons, Mrs. H. M.. Pfann 4 O So great was the pleasure affordedby
Mrs. C. H. Summers Mrs W. C. Bass, 1 .' OO.OoOOoOO'OOOA 4044444 the number sung by Mrs. Hatcher
Mrs. L. H. Mrs. J. D. Wood- H REMOVAL SALE
Ingram! who thrilled he hearers with her magnificent -
y beck Mrs. Wan Mrs. C. W. Griffin, large attendance featured the' soprano voice; that an en
4. Mrs. S. II. Bullock Mrs. Stanley Bullock meeting of the Priscilla Club Satur- : core was sung. Dr. Martin talked for :
Jr., Mrs. J. L. Beaman Mrs. H. day afternoon when Mrs J. L. Over- several minutes blending anecdotesand
p Prather Mrs. J. McPhatter. Mrs. II. street entertained at her home on amusing situations with now and ..;
W. Mrs. Main I ,
Morrow Lesher Mrs. J. J. street._ then serious
a thought, in a manner
x Griffin Mrs. A. W. Bailey. Mrs. J. Z. As this-was the first meeting of the About two hun-
,' 'Roberson, Mrs C. E. Gardner. Mrs. nwe year renewed enthusiasm was quite entertaining. \
Milton Pledger Mrs. J. R. Gilbert shown among the members and win- dred guests were in attendance..
Mrs. L. R. Farmer Mrs. H. S. May ter visitors present. Mrs. N. C.

i' Mrs. D. S. Marks. Mrs. T. M. Rivera, Bryan, chairman of the Needlecraft] OOoOOOOOOOO 00000009000. .... t
Mrs. L. C. Smith! Mrs. Frank Base, Committee of the Osceola County : + Jan. 20th
4, Mrs. VanDuzer. Mr.. Kribbs Mrs. E. Fair Association addresed the ..meeting -1 O KERAMIC CLUB OO Opens Saturday
,; : E. Walls. Misses Lucy Buckles, Orpha urging. a united effort in making O
.Rose Enna! Schweikart Mildred and this department of the fair one of its OOOOOOOOO .OOOOoO'O.. ,
Ethel Lee Thomason Mart leading attractions. During the closing _
j '+ .Huddleston, Ruby Ellis. Nina B ratten, social hour delicious Florida oranges Mrs. S. H. Bullock was hostess at
t c u Laura .Thomas. \Ethyl Roberson were daintily served by the the Studio Monday aftemon duringthe
e }Maud'Alice and Adah C. Wagner hostess. meeting of the Keramic Club and
Ella Ma Gilbert, Gladys Ca-ler., and Enjoying the afternoon were) Mrs. served tea with dainty cakes and wafers -
Alias, Crowder. N. C. Bryan Mrs. W. C. Bass, Mrs. C. , Those attending were!' Mr. SEVEN J JDAYS'
a H. Summers' Mra. G.' D. Boone Mrs. 'Woodbeck Mrs. J. D. Clark Anne and SEVEN
'... . ... ... ..0..0..000. ... Anna M-etch Fraln. Mrs. W. C. Led- ]nee Carson and their guest, Miss OF '
r ....: ford Mrs.' D. S. Marks, Mrs. Emily J. Con.tanee"'NurseJ '., BARGAINS
1 'I, HART MEMORIAL REST AND Redford, Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Mrs. J. J. Mrs. Eugene Bryan will assist Mrs. '
'. READING ROOM NOTES Wood Mrs. R. D. Guice, Mrs. T. M. Bullock at the next meeting.
O 0 Rivers Mrs C. E. Hilton\ Mrs. A. Cot- 'g", DAYS
) .0..0.0..0000000000... terman Mrs. Lyles] Story Mrs. J. Mc- ,
:000 00 000 0 0--0 00 0 0--0.<1 0 H+O00 0 0: .
} I ,/ Phatter, Mrs. H. M. Pfnnn and Mrs.E. .
; Miss Lena Lord is now installed as .
E. Wells. Mrs. Pfann will entertain > ART EXHIBIT 4
jr librarian-hostess. She will be glad toni at the next meeting.
eet all friends and strangers at the 4 4 ,

.R i Hart Memorial and continue the same 84448+4+ I II After February first we will move our
hospitality rendered by Mrs. Babcock d 4I I I
during her incumbency I 4 An art exhbnt will be held at the
ENTRE NOUS
ENTERTAINED >
$ I The houe is open for the use of the I 4 4 High School building '' Store to the State Bank building in store-
public as a rest and reading room. Wednesday January 31, and I'
Visitors to our city are urg d to make Friday evening.In closing
'use of the rooms. conection with the exhibit Smith's Shoe Store. .
Mrs. J. L. Overstreet Mrs II. W. I room now occupied by ,
of
.a. Morrow Mrs. C. N. Paver Mrs. J D.'i' tertainment will be given by pupils
2 1 vOn account of the evangelistic Jeffords Mrs. H. W. Meetch, Mrs. A. the High School Friday evening; in the

t services in -progress at the Christian W, Bailey Mr.. M. D. Alexander, auditorium and the girls of the eighth We are offering our entire, stock at great-
Church there will be
no evening entertainment and her sister Miss May Winters grade will sell refreshments in the:
s next
on Tuesday. Announce- Mrs. George Persons, Mrs. J. Z. Rob lower hall.
, -. ,, ment a. to the plans"for February erson and Mrs. Charles Persons An admission fee of 10c and 5c will
were
Wth will be made in next week's Val- entertained by Mrs. L. H. Ingram me charged with an additional charge ly reduced prices--many things at less than

e'1 ley Gazette. Monday afternoon at her home on to the entertainment and tile)\ proceedsused
; Mabbette street at the regular meet- I to purchase pictures'! for the
be the
,s To Cure a Cold la On. Day ing of the Entre Nous Club. An ice school. V they can bought in markets today.We .
4 course was served at the conclusion
Tak.c...*LAI sad ATTVK HM r*' 21It i Onttimtm refund money II it fail lo cur. Mr. Alexander will be hostess at I lando to vnst her daughter. Mrs. J.
B. W. oaoVB. denature o..cY box. sacs the next meeting. J. McCrante.DEPOSITS .
*J haven't the time or the space to describe prices, but come and see.
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