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 26, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00787
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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PROPERTY OWNERS FA VQRABLE .. :JTO' BULKHEAD



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BIG IMPROVEMENTPLAN I Pretty Home Kissimmee's Golf Club on Banks of Lake Tohopekaliga PEOPLE:-AROUSED


IS FORMING t FOR CITY'S GOOD


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:SOME OF .THE PROPERTY-OWN- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ORGANIZED ,

ERS HAVE NOT YET SIGNED UNDER THE MOST FLAT..,

PETITION-NO TROUBLE AN- TERING CONDITIONS TO GET'


TICIPATED HOWEVER., .. TOGETHER.
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Should All Appareat Obit.de BeOvercome Meeting s Will Be Held Weekly at > Y

: It Will Only Be a Matter j Permanent Headquarter on Bread.

of a Few Day Before Contract r ql r way-To issue the "Baty Bee"-
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Could Be Siped. .. % 14 'r "1stv Meeting" TonifhL

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a -' 0O > President, Milton; Pledger: ,**
While all the 'property owners
bulkhead 4> Vice Presidents, Gay Uving,0O ,
along the) proposed Ernest Green, Fred Bass. *
their willingO eton,
have not signified
Alan J. *' .
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in the great improvement Secretary-Treasurer,
assist
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commitO> MacDonougn. .
O project, the "
which Executive Committee, J. W.0O :
.O mittee of the City Council. for Thompson, J. S. Cadet), A. S. *
matter
..has been'busy on the' .. Nelson. *
O several days past, is encouraged Constitution *
believing that it will be only a Committee on ,
and By-Law. Hon. W. B..Crawford -.*
O matter of a short time before all .
Zack 'Bass and
Attorney
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O obstacles have been put out of "
4 Max P. Moritz.
O the and work can begin. A.
way *'

O O ed petition which the has property-owners been circulat- caw,.wwwv ... Meeting tonight at headqnar-,*
among nnnnnnn ten on Broadway; immediately! *
O the lake front has received : '
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O on several aignatures, the signer ACTION BEGUN TO Club House andGolf Links JACKSONVILLE TO ** after' the Band Concert." f*. **.

O expressing their willingness to O .o..O....... ... .. ..... ..
-; O let the improvement be made. HALT EXECUTION HAVE A
O Others are expected to give their OO Attract Our Many Visitorsf BANK ..lI:' 4 "f,

eonsent shortly. The prospects Withl determination% to get together .
O are believed to be bright for the OO OF PAVING WORKThat ta SAYS C. W. WARD -purpose'of"advancing S

early beginning actual work O f the commercial, industrial, and,agricultural
---.J..... on the great project. 0r On the Bank of Beautiful Lake Tolaopelc U.a It im the. ... .,..-.. V Interest of Kissimmee andvicinity.

: ""ft . .O..o..OO.o.OOO .t. legal action will be taken to Macca of the Enthusiast of the Old Scot Came. ..One Jacksonville is to have.a near banking .'.a.large held and :.-t;representative, r
meeting :wa at the.;court bou.eMonday /
prevent the execution of the paving 'institution brought about by the
of Many F... foraVi.iter.
.. contract awarded to the Georgia Engineering .. failure of the Heard National Bank in night resulting'In>the formiatioa t-

From present indications there Co. by County Com a. -- -' -- '.!*<..4S"1.:Co'1; i I IM,...- .' that city, a few day ago. This "in- *f:the Chamber 'ofComm.res' '
seems to be no doubt but that beforevel' loam at a special meeting held.for I : winter; formation 1* given -by, lion..C.'W. with Milton Pledger a* it* provident,.
bulkhead project alongXiaaimmee' that purpose last week is an assnr. One of the most attractive inducements parties at this point, leaving Ward one of .Kissimmee'* ..most and 'Alan J.' MaeDonough, secretaryand''treasurer. +
) Ionathe ed fact. Paper are prepared and it to the winter visitors to thi* for their home after a delightfulstay prominent citizens, who spent the .' -There::was 7 much'enthusiasm .

f waterfront will be a real- is only a matter of a .hort.tI.. before section is, without doubt,' the beauti- more than pleased. Among the earl,.,part of,.the'week, in Florida' displayed.ringing-.speeches\ x

< '1t,. The attitude of the property- service of these-will be made. tiful, club, house and,grounds of',the features of the organization: is a,eerie metropolis?; ;-- ....> V were made .and the, Kissimmee:City' ;
ownera along the lake i* favorable to Step hare beeii, taken by 'prominent Kissimmee Golf Club, located on the of dances which'prore a diversionto Mr. Ward is one of the principal Band, always, ready to do its share. ,

'a certain degree. While there i.I still taxpayers of Uie county, In picturesque banks of Lake Tohopeka- visitor and citizens alike. stockholders of the Heard Bank and for the good of thecommunity. was
this which Attorney W.. B. Crawford has Jigs, about ten minute- walk from The clubhouse which in itself i I. a has .been looking after the affair of on hand livening"up the' occasion
\., much to be accomplished 'along' been retained to look after, their interests the main portion of the city. Composed thing of beauty! to behold the line the'Concern*, He is authority for the with apropriate l' selection From
;, line before'actual work can be started . In the documents which are of the leading citizens who are of., architecture being most pleasing. statement; that 'every; depositor'of indication there |.s reason;.to believe
on the big improvement the indications prepared the name of W. B. Makin- always wide-awake to the.best interests The structure has reception or loung the'defnnct institution will 'receive that Kissimmee to have1 a trade

at the present time point to ultimate son appears as the complainant to of the community, the organization : ing rooms, five bedroom fitted with dollar for dollar, and there is' no body? which willmake brought.for,
success. With the efforts being the suit against the County Board. has placed their home at the disposal baths; there is a fine shower bath, cause for worry on the part of any itself; the main point ". out
made by the special committee of the The matter will take definite shape I' of those sojourning in our midst, locker and billiard room. The commissariat one. The principal stockholders have by the variuo speaker being that
City; Council, of which Roma Thomas within a short time. I and such hospitality and good fellowship has the reputation of being gotten together and will organize jt of "do something or bust." Public,
is chairman, linked with the activities The paving contract In question is is displayed that those enjoyingthe the best in the country. Each new bank and trust company: takingover headquarters have been opened on

of the Chamber of Commerce and that of a part of the Kis immH-SL same leave with the best Impressions bedroom is equipped with a cheery the affairs of the Heard bank Broadway, where a "lounging room" .*, v vII >
many individual citizens, prospectsare Cloud road awarded by the County of the city to return the fol- fireplace, although the weather conditions -I which institution will be ready for established for the benefit of visitors .

more than bright. Commissioners to the Georgia Engineering lowing season with reinforcementsfor are such that fire are not often business as soon as the articles of incorporation as well as the general public,
Nothing will be done unless all Co. the bid being 64910. a delightful stay during the winter needed. The interior decorations of I have been accorded the which will be in charge of a compe-

property-owners are in hearty accord There were four bids submitted, the months in the land of sunshine the club are the subject of comment I proper attention. tent and obliging representative of. ?
with the entire movement. For years lowest by the Tucker Brick Co., a I and flowers. from everyone who has been in the the body at all times.
there has been much agitation along local concern, for $57.250. and a I 1 From the above illustration it will building. These were thought out OLD TIMER HERE ON VISIT The meeting was called to order ;:

this line, and it is true, nevertheless guarantee to keep the road in repair -I gybe seen that the suroundings to the by Mrs. R. W. Meiklejohn, now a Red AFTER ABSENCE OF 30 YEARS by Mr. Pledger, who has been work.. |
that when the matter came to a fine for a period of five years, and club house are ideal. The grounds are Cross nurse in Europe. Ing' along this line for some time ,

point few days ago, there was furnish a bond for faithful per- +I! kept in a perfect manner, beautified = \Thirty is a long time to be past, assisted by other well-known "'
some opposition shown on the part of formance' !I INTERESTING TOURNAMENT years citizens. He stated the object what 1
of the contract. The one with ever-greening and blooming away from home but such is the
Home of the men the who have property accepted 'was next to the highest ;: plants and foliage, the lawn carefully IS HELD AT GOLF LINKS case of W. M. Ivy, of Frazier, Mont., brought about the agitation for the b\\
Interests along proposed route of submitted.In kept, presenting a blanket of the is in Kissimmee visit to formation "of a new trade body,
OTHER ITEMS who on a p
the bulkhead. Just what this will OF
I(I INTEREST pointed out the natural 'advantages
prettiest green; tropical palms are artistically - his nephew, Rull Bass, and other "
to has been determined '
amount not
yet of the city and the
another column of in the gardens I many opportunities
this issue placed pre relatives. To that he is noting }
but from the late Mrs. Magann the say A\\
reports given prominent society that are being allowed to
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we publish a communication from senting a view to the stranger who changes in this section wouldbe pas
out by those in charge of furtheringof Commsisioner B. II. Guy stating his comes from the frozen North, which leader of Toronto Canada, and : many uaeles, he being verY favorably unnoticed; asked that all present

the plans, it is regarded: as safe to attitude in the matter of the award makes a lasting and most favorable Paris i France, one of the leaders of I impressed with everything coming join in the movement to give !dM_
that it will
be matter of
say only a a mee a live commercial
e/ the paving contract. Mr. ,,, impression. Seated on the spacious organlu.tion.one : ,
short time before this will Guy the Secure National, who has beena under his observation. Fifty years
obstacle that will work harmony and t '
makes clean of this beautiful clubhouse t
a straight-forward porches half
is still
or a century, a longer
have been overcome. What the hitch : guest at the Kissimmee Golf Club push and.pull for the public of lf
good !
to be is not knownto statement, and we are pleased to ,|: the stranger looks out upon the placid period, and it was that long ago
seems the public definitely it say that no one ever doubted Mr. :!'waters of Lake Tohopekalifra, enjoying during the past six weeks, on Tuesday when as a youth of sixteen years, the community. Citing many of the i
as yet. Consequently big
will be a few days before "real news" Guy's integrity of purpose, but they a view of unsurpassed beauty, proposed a mixed foresome golf he left this section as a soldier in he mentioned questions the confronting bulkheading'the city r'",
do feel that it was an error of judg- while immediately In rear of the the Confederate to lightfor
..r'WII' b. obtainable. I tournament and was gracious army Lake
ment when he voted I building is where Tohopekaliga, the Osceola iJ;
to golf
give the con- a course, one the Southland, and after hardshipsof
Under the plan as outlined, the enough to give several prizes. County Fair, a public park and
J. tract to one of the highest can find enjoyment and pastime ga- varied kinds at the close of the Si
abutting property, such that will be The links were crowded almost to I many other matters which should be t
Eliminating the Tucker bidders'l lore. Together with other golf clubsof
he hied to the
war great Northwest
w benefited is to be assessed, said as- the entire afternoon, given attention jfr the civic
moral
there during
capacity
was another the state the Kissimmee Golf Club
"* vitrified brick where he has been ever since and
sessment to be in the of lien I
each assessment to be shape made in a ; paving concern, whose bid was about is found catering to the Northern vis-s| over' twenty entering the contest, cast his lot, returning, as was noted educational Kissimmee. and"other Interests of
equal $4,000 less than the itor, and there is nothing lacking hereto which resulted as follows: Mrs: Bul- "All things come to "
installments in Georgia Engin-I thirty years ago to visit relatives.He .
payable of those wait 1lf
a period who
eering Co.. who interest and K. McPherson, gross score but we must hustlewhile
not exceeding ten the were ready to (urn- him. No tourist need f.sel 1 lock also fought in the Indian War, I
of years, bearing ish the necessary bonds for fulfilling that he must bring his pedigree with of 46 and net of 36; really remark- making a good record and truly we watt Mr. Pledger remarkI

will rate i be 6 comparatively per cent. interest.small, and cost there to the contract and, in addition, the him in order to enjoy his game of ably good golf. Second prize had to gaining the distinction of being a ed invitation, as he extended to to all present an ,.,:.{.fIt; !
join in the
the city and the taxpayers. The county employs an -engineer whose golf; in fact it is a pleasure to accepta I be played off as It was a tie between battle-scarred veteran. Mf. Ivy Is a A. S. Nelson movements, "
prop- duty it is to that player's home club card which is Miss and Homer Hughesand one of the l leading, fjfrS
erty along the proposed bulkhead will see the specifics Simpson brother to the late R. L. Ivy, who real
tions are complied with. the open sesame to the enjoyments of 1 Miss Carson and Capt. Hunter. died some at estate men of the city, briefly I
be years ago Shingle
so materially benefited that there outlined
II midwinter free from the final hole; net the benefits of a live commercial :
golf and The latter won Creek.
snow He is
I receiving cordial
a
to be I
seems no question but that the
TOMMY ice where the The third prize waswonby body to any community', be* ;
winter 40.
,
owners will see the benefit they will : WOODALL ASPIRES average temperature score welcome from many fI1 tW oldtimers lieving that the f
TO BECOME is 60.8 degrees and day is Miss Simpson and Mr. Hughes.The still "on deck hilrvisit movement started .1.
derive as well as the great interests : CITY CLERK: every being was one in the right directiou-m&llJ'jt'1o rfcS
hugh success ;
of the city by this "golf day. tournament was a the cause of much jollification on the '
making improve- I things could he done which would \
":. ment. Among the largest property- From the announcement published Along the 'route to the Clubhouseand and several more are promised, part of hosts of friends and ac in good for the if the redound "
city citizens <
,
in links have been built number of each week.
another column of this issue a one quaintance.
owner who win be affected are the U would 'y'
get together and work,
will be oretty.homes. There flower Mrs. Magann and her daughterleft ;
Tucker Brick Co., the A. C. L. R. R., seen that Tom Woodall for are gardens "Many things could be done to bring- ,
John Lee L. A. Hamilton eight years connected with Waters & and picturesque lawns, all of for Toronto Thursday evening. BUND TIGERS
Senator A. : GALORE TO people here-twenty-five men with the "'\
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Carson Co., five of which make a favorable impsession on Her on, Teddie, however, will remain '
E. Donegan E. L. which he has been
Lesley, M. Tiller BE INTO hustling spirits of Clark Howell- and :
the club. He BROUGHT COURT
at
in the month two
the bookkeeping stranger en route to enjoy the a or
and department
Mr. Before ,
Fleming. anything aspire Mr. Fansler president of the Grow.
I definite 1 done at least the to become City Clerk of Kisahnraee. hospitality and entertainment which is a splendid athlete. sportsman and ,
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majority War I being the blind ers Association, would be a great/
It lift waged on /asset I
at all time- The links nine promising golfer.
subject to the are
of thesepeople win hay to be' action of the .
in to
and the any community they do
tiger, at next session of ,
"white holes in size., 2,345 86 -
i'Jo''! 1: hearty accord with the movement. The voter' ,fn the March Primary SI yards bogeyand Afternoon tea was served at the court violator .of the law along' this things;J' If we will work and do thing; ,a-.;
i ',Chairman Thomas of the Council : young man i* a-, native of that par. in charge'of a competent the of the ..1 """" ,
r. adjoining line will before the tribunalof success movement is ....
Hamilton appear
.. dtbora and caretaker, who are eontinnually lookIng winter home of L. A. ,
reared "
.' Committee appointed to confer in' Kbsimmee ed said '
with I the
h speaker In .
Hi1. Justice to relate the "whys and closing.
b iherefora : the4 assisted ao .latrodQeUoa-r.U. Dr.
jroperty-owner*, DY W. B.
by
W..1WV Carson, have diligently"work- It-off. starling qualitUe->'..Wmpet Manyhmprov.maRs' are being>> planned ground presented. a most attractive wherefores business en which: they insist on tie Presbyterian Witherspoon"pastgr'of' church caDed'
doing was
r. e4. en the matter. They have interj and industrious.and if elected to thee.POeitioQ In.the nexr future'and the fact ) appearance*", a ? upon H. stated that be did
not
? ". that ""fore'eaJI be heard from .Mr.. Hamilton was' also from Toronto Testarday was busy day with com
early
.j\ vtowjed .practically, aU of:these; ; and of' <3ty,.'Clerk; and for Prosecuting Attorney W B. Crawford to that meeting to talk only 'list...
'i.,:,2" '. hit frt..* at'po morning until smsdcwtr fsvrfdettcvof ;:wa formerly. ;many
:whU1'th.y'do not report complete saylug when I commissioner for 'theCanadian ', gave ,
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I he win hold he.effanm this popularity fI f theplace. 8blen Bet yean -
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do .
success, they not hesitate la with 1IaC.tiea&'ht the
tj say- .Baflread Company earnest attention,; filingtwenty .Informations movement a stop in
credit tennis also ft
found tPadfle
court
,Ir 'w f > to himself '- are Co by e
ing that the are tofir that
'' .prospect, ; brightTbef : ., .thoee who.'enjoy thta, sort of vpwt| Mr.4 and Mrs: Dicfc..:.. piwmmentgolfer against:penranr,"who. an right direction. complimenting the i
,. f',' have drawn up a petition; which .. _'. *.of.,th .Ontario. metropolis, said U to.selling.liquor.". young-men who wore foremost fat,the .
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..Ssjbelng circulated amore those vital ': MDton,'Pledger, mada ;While' ::0nly.a. 'few years.oXX tdub are goosta of llr/ It.-DUII..a.are _. ..i... . "" I. pias.cfa ing.tlta! it., took yoonfoaPai
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:' trip ,-to .Petand .,Tnnrsdajr. ;>nxleral ,ha. .. .secured' matfonar. famiytnmy : : at J" ) . ;:Jr. ..nd.:Mt&:.J; 'Wesley Brow r.,. j' 1 .. .... .
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rawinn U. a.. .HaaiM Bey ItCITIZENS ; /. !
... -_- .a a svurnsw-d.aas ass. promises to becomeone l- of plant being situated on the county ? ,
the industries of this sectionwas the fanners have'
leading road wher easy access
/, '; {r LICENSED EMBALMER BANK MAKES FINE launched this week wjth; the opening to the mill. Then there. the
, .. I for business of the huge syrup Mill Slough Canal,. on which barges ,
i Store and Chapel, SUwart AT*. SHOWING AT ANNUAL MEETING mill, constructed and owned by J. W. can be brought down from Lake Toho- .1
Willson, Jr., and which is located on pekaliga loaded with cane and can be
.j i KlMtnin. .. na.L The annual meeting of the stockholders the St. Cloud road, on Mill Slough returned by the same route with the HAVE IT !
Bank of Kis Canal which empties into Lake To- finished product. Every conveniencefor -WE
Ii i W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrrtl of the Citizens hopekaliga, east of the Carson dairy. the farmers at hand, all of
L .. CRAWFORD & JARRELL simmee was held at their banking For some time past the mill has been which should be inducements to the
.::1'ATTORNEYS.AT.LAW\ room at 9:30 o'clock on the 20th day the leading topic among the farmers, farmers to go into a paying proposi ,
1 1917. There was in attendance I and should these give the enterprise tion.Some -- -
If January.
I Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens.' ( at thin meeting the following { the encouragemtnt it deserves, it willi months ago, ''Mr. Willson be- la connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete ..K1
'! Hank Building i nvan much to the community. A gan agitation to induce growers in
y Florida out-of.t< wn stockhold. KBC of furniture. We make a ipecialry of outfitting homes., and p
Kissimmee prominent I I visit to the place-is interesting to any this section to plant. an acreage of
o J;fI' err : W. l>. Manley president: of the one. syrup cane sufficient to keep a syrup Vandl reliable .y

", DR. W. W. CARSOfl Bankers Financing Company of Jacksonville (' The mill has been built on the large factory in operation, and he, himself,

t H'1 DENTIST , and the Bankers Trust Company I I tract of muck land owned by Mr. went into from the project. He received that assurances Bed .Room Furniture Dining ,
+ .of Atlanta, Ga.; JL I I.. Hyr and WilNon, and where he has several many growers ,
1' Office over: Pilley BuildingOtTIc ', I vice president of the acres of Japanese ('aDS'under cultiva they' were willing to co-operate at
M 1 Par-
\\ >.IMS Outfits
Hnura' k IOfTlc. that Room Suits Kitchen
-12. time, he
, '4 J. -I'hon I Its 1t./dwtc./ 'Phon. HAdinlnlst.rfd ('Jrlnmlo Hank & Trull "'o.; .F. W; Hill)'I tion. This i is being harvested at the mill being willing to operatethe F{
y, I. <>.. ....for J Ilitrkctlon' ofT I nf .Vanoohire; C, I F. Ilankoy, of the present time, starting the actual work on a in fifty-fifty all basis, whichis lor SUits Odd Chairs Rockers ;
) lhO customary nearly cane growing ,
I Hanktv :Milling Company, of Peto8' of syrup making. In this tract there ,
Rections. Another fair
t I F. KHIBHS W J. STEBt key. Mich, and J. K, Milliard, of Mil I are thirty two acres under cultivation, Mr. Will made the propositionthat Etc. '
to farmers
Couches
on
KRIBBS & STEEDATTORNEYH I liard's Island, in addition to the locfjlrfUxkholders not all in cane, however, while there was that he is willing to sell Japanese .
"' Practically all of the are 550 acres of the finest cane landin
, ) AT LAW seed cane from the crop on his fieldor
clock was represented at the meeting the county ready fr ane one to go
. :, t.. Legal business of all kinds (Ires j(I The officers/\ of the bank made their Into the project, and which is an opportunity -price.planting There only is every at a very reason reasonable why the hues tier is making a record for ibelf in toe matter of "

t .1h 4 prompt attention j I report tothe stockholders which for men of enterprise to get farmers of this section should welcome helping people to outfit borne Come and see. Oar prices an
y Office 11 and 12 BlBl Bank Bid*. Rho ewdthe bank to be in a very down to business. The structure is 1""
Klll lmmee, Florida. > j I healthy and) prosperous condition with 25x50 feet, built on the county ropd. them this new enterprise, as it enables right .
to which i is
grow a staple crop
of aboul 18 cent.It There are large wagon scales
a net profit per near not
susceptible to weather
T. M. RIVERS. M. D. I I was decided that the directors the entrance, where the loads of cane for which they obtain damageand
can ready
should be increased from Seven to can be weighed; then the product is.
I : tr PHYSICIAN and SURGEON' nine, and the following well-known I placed on a platform, only a few feet money right at hand. TOOLS FOR, ENGINEERS ;
I Office Osceola Pharmacy .citizens were elected to serve the away from the "business end" of the ..
)a over bank for the ensuing year: Geo. T.Singeltary mill, to be fed into the huge machine. LIFT YOUR CORNS i INo I-
'... R..ld. .nc. 'IOll'lc. Vksi kind of Engine hare-Gas; Steam, '
.on. Ch s. W. Griffin, J* R.Anthony" Fifty tens cap be handled a day by OFF WITH FINGERS matter an yen
((1i ... 141 Jr., Arthur E. Donegan, J. the huge five-roller avingbeen I Railroad or Stationary Engino.-we hare exactly the T...b yes 1

J. A. TROVILLION M. D. K. Hilliard, F. W. Hill W. M. Davis, ground the juice is pump into Telia How to Loosen a Tender Cornor need In you everyday work-Wrt.cks, Hammers, Oilers, .. "
t' Special Attention to R. L. Hyer, and Roger Dodd. The fol- large tanks, with a capacity of 850 Callus So It Lifts Out aO of the best quality and workmanship, and at price that will ;
and I wing officers/ were elected: J. R. gallons each, after which the "..weetnes. - ',
CANCER OITRELTUMORS! Without Pain .. This store kas tie ,. ata6.. of handling e Jy ,
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Anthony Jr., president; Geo. T. Sin- is sent into the clarifier coming surprise yo ,
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, gletary, lint vice president; F. W. out a finished product the clarifier You reckless hardware that i Is eI superior quality and you will make .. mistake . ::
"if t I a. m. Hill second vice president. ; Roger having a capacity of.250 gallons. The with men and women who' in coming her NOW.. inspecting ear big stock. fI
s Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6'I Dodd, cashier, and H. Stanley Bul- mill is so arranged that 9&0 gallonscan are pestered corns and who have
'I a to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd lock assistant cashier. really be boiled at one time. The at least once a week inv ted.an awful I \.S:
'rr After the meeting adjourned, the waste cane stalks, as they come death from l lockjaw ClncidnaU or blood poison '
officers and directors went to the through the rollers are conveyed by I i are now told by a authority
LEWIS O'BRYAHATTORNEYATLAW KissLmmee Golf Club for lunch, as the an endless drain service to the boilers, 'I I to use a drug called freezone, which Osceola Hardware Company !
the
moment few
r guest of Senator Arthur E. Donegan. and in such a dry state that it 1. immediate a callus drops are appliedto .
the
corn soreness
any or is
During the hour a general discussionwas used as fuel. The engine usedin
engaged in, looking for the bet- operating the plant is of fifteen relieved and soon the Entire corn or ',:
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; Building. callus
Waring root and all
lifts'off with the
the of Kissimmee and
w terment of City horsepower, while the boiler is fifty. fingers. *
+,' ? Osceola county, and such usefulness The number of men required to\handle r
Freezone dries the -
moment It is
i* as the Citizens Bank could render to the entire plant will be about applied J
the community twenty, including the cutters. and ) and simply shrivels the corn orcallus Every of Melbourne, and while his LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERSThe
; ALAN J. MacDONOUGH The Citizens Bank .is a member of handlers.Mr. without inflaming or even irritating stay was of short duration, he took

% yy r Registered ArchitectAND the Witham System of banks, which, Willson has secured the expert . A the small surrounding bottle of freezone,tissue will or occasion to meet many of his old following is the list of advertised -
owing to their general deposit feature services of J. D. Branch of Tampa, letters remaining 4n the Kissim I
A 31 cost very little at of the friends and admirers. Mr. Every is
of insuring all deposits, gains for who will have charge of the syrup any drug mee postoffice for the two weeks ending -
i. f ENGINEER them the confidence of the public. making. He is an experienced man in stores, but will positively rid'one's one of the foremost waterway en- Feb. 5, 1917: ...
BKONSON BLDC. KISSIMMEE.P .A. The stockholders were pleased to this line, and the owner wa. fortunatein feet hardened of every hard or soft corn or thusiasts of the state, and Is doing Miss Mary Asgive,. J. Clemons,
1 have with them W. D. Manley, whose getting him to look after the business hasn't callus. If your druggist great work in this connection, believ- Willie Crumbly, Roshie Cobb, John. .
fI able counsel as a financier, makes.him M. Branch has been foreman of wholesale any freezone house he can get it at ing that it will not be very long before English, Frank Evans, G. Grant Mrs.
i 1.h Pat J.hnston O. P. Oarrett a valubale asset to the bank. some of the largest sugar and syrup any drug for'you.. , the great state of Florida) will Annie Hall Miss Christina Halliman, i
; I' 1"w mills In Cuba, and has beenin, the em- have many of the great wafer way J. C. Jett, J. G. Jones, H. C. Livingston :
., JOHNSTON t: GARRETTATTORNEY.AT.LAW ploy of Georgia-Alabama concerns of WELL KNOWN WATERWAY MAN projects which are now under con idI Victor More, H. E. Nelson, C. E. I
.; t I+ gas y Drive Out MalarIa.Build Up System this kind as well. He undoubtedly will HERE ON A FLYING VISIT eration. He is officially known as secretary Parrish, John B. Robinson, Mrs., L. T. \,
"...CM atBdrd ......at 1aeta1.1e, which will be Smith, J. R. Wilson.B. a
guarantee a product of the Upper St. Johns Drainage -
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'is ;r :' Office. 10, 11 and 12 Citi rag Ba akBnlldlnr 11.Wo oaovira. _UoeW0a4..s ." ..pthe.r.tam. first-class in every particular. I Among the prominent visitors to District, with headquarters at B. SIMPSON, '
4V Atins$..lo. P oe.....w....cbudna. Me. The location is an ideal one, the the city this week was Hon. Ernest H. Melbourne. I Postmaster.
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ti fit, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14---HOME COMING DAY. .


: Prominent former residents of the County will be present and deliver addresses. Decorated Auto Parade in the afternoon. ---


.: THURSDAY, FEB. GOVERNOR'S DAY. .


fi 4 Governor S.1. (atts will be in Kissimmee as a guest of the Association. [Everybody invited to attend. ,


7 a FRIDAY, FEB. 16, ST. CLOUD AND EDUCATIONAL DAY ,


: ,94 Interesting program for .Old Soldiers. :x: Special School (vents. ;;: Sports and Athletics


SATURDAY, FEB. 17---COW BOY DAY 4


(ntire Cow Boy contingent of the County will be on hand. ;-: Novel and entertaining features promised. .


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Saddle and Harness Races every day on new, regulation half-mile track. Many entries of fast Horses. ::: Unusually fine Agriculturial and Live Stock display.


., ' I Many and Varied Exhibits in the Wometty Department assured. f
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t r That Great Johnny J. Jones Carnival Shows---[Larger and more gorgeous than ever, will open the season at Kissimmee on the Fair Groundsjnd: ; :.


N :'" show during the.entire.week New Auto Drome{ n.ther. : entirely, ew attractions. .f< ; (


? Cash. Prizes, Liberal Treatment, ,to All-Reduced. .R.R.. Rates,-Don't Fail to Attend-Exhibits Invited.Jb .. '., : ;

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'\ SELLS V i-. anfoldesomething\ -new In N.w"Yeotw.at F"'h ou', I ter..; ."? ; > 01.'ntaniBf the mucous! : urfaoa ; "
.Ilia world of fashion, for mtrsating Not in cIn.ba..ta footwear "' ; .
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many the 1uDg .\he vtomach vod, f. .
'f B mmafm. novelties.catch-the eye of those some novelties are noticed. For after. ;, .How many of *,:
"Fife, Life. _Aceidentand: : ,. who jobiOTT* the. women ot fashion noon 'wear there are black .and, tan' watch-BMetlng 'w : ve tract but they give ""-
P from ;whose apparel ituy.be 'glandevery shoes.with gray buckskin uppers, and into of how sore &,membr e.: L :
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Health,,Platc/Gla.s l Liability ;; little detail,and item of Interest these hav found favor with well. came ; a* a' result of:inflamma. ; a
which,erea.. the atmosphere. goodCollare dressed women. ,Dark gray brocaded invitedtail: ; la stagnation' of the.blood.,, y,' ' ( '
s W i and Boiler'Insurance.! .tl1e-. '. -. .. uppers also considered very pod.t71'.1 ranging'from : acute catarrh. t( ,;: .. Q'
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'- : are 'totge'affair. rolled highat : Suede shoes laced introutorbuttoned seventy." . /' '
: Bond's the back',and Tow In, front.: These at the side,!may'' almost be 1 snug: wiUuPastor enter from such'CgmditloM: don't' let. them. ':1beoome. '
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have .been''given the demure name of said to be taking th. place' of ,ldct the Christian ; run the risk: of systemic catarrh. . .. ,
. monk-collar'and one is illustrated, In shoes,.so popular are they. "*>:' :
;, .': Same Day'Nc ded., the sketch.Sometimes they are fa.t.ened . .The dress of,broadcloth'"In:the"sec:, pro. ,rani.f" I !i. < it Up,With JPERUNA ;;
" with little" buttons and ,loops at ond sketch shows one ot.the new*oyer*' : re1i;; row system U cleared of an lu polsaoa.tlk msmbrane soothed
the front or the'closing U made Invis dross styles worn with,a guimpe. A A strong *cold gone and TOW digestion restored yon will enjoy U/e.feel
OFFICE:' Stall Bak .BalldligM ible. Th-sy..are usually: mad.' of satinor skirt Is attached to astraightbanging Interlachen and *tasks, and be at peace with tb*world. let Pen Ua do,far yo
/''v"; / .. .. .. .. the new,Jlcured silks?to. contrast ,Jumper' a little ,belo -' oren are Joining this saffi . zy
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with. the dregs material : .wthe normal waistline-end ,th. church.'which: '
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a hole hangs from the.shoulders. The life .ttt Utah Avenue,Memphis,Ieoo'ssi.I ,
large 'pockets on :each side are also "' front.ofthe Christian,: . .. . .. ... 'i'
; ; worsted embroidery on.the : not"feel ... ..,. e. t- ... lks.4 keaak Z'
i k r flORIDAHETALPROWCTSCa i recognised. as'one, o ;-th. newst, styler jumper Abd, on .1b botl .flM to4. wit boh Mme.Ie
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'l .. worked La black red and yellow Richembroid.rI. tion stolen to M....oou..h.and l We.. I ::IwM
4. : MANUFACTUREt .. continue-to figure prominently of. Christ,: .' :i te U*.....It.. Leis.- . .
,.1 A in all dreaMt: One of the latest needn't suffer loafer with Ci h'a remedy taaod.IJQ 'yq
: METAL 1< models in oyster-white tnsior hada From October: .
CEILINGS ... wide embroidered panel. front and Christian .
back worked in thin silk in a close design :' to their special -. w;p- ea.M ........'."......... E.itrr v
*" CULVERTS,SHINGLES and giving a strong.Oriental ef million. the __.:_,. .U YMSCSUI carry It with yws aa4 tak It eyetseaatlBelly -
'". "*. .. .. feet., The panel was finished at th. Society. 'This .-.- aid N...brtr <.a r.esdy
AND OTHER ends with a fringe of the colored. .silk it is only abuot a* jeeasaTr as...e*<.lv*. C* abatday.
[ SHEET METAL used,In the, embroidery-dark' -red,. was l yen'two .
M ; dark blue'and gold. -',, campaign,' and C.i..bsr "
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t k BUILDING In old-gold, ,eorgett.wis a .won- new societies f ecaae. :
,", =' derfullyi attraet1Ye.'dress decorated societies gave in
( wiittoaar MATERIAttwcuc. 1 with blue and gold beads; 'another in and there ar* 168 -: \ ;t
If9It CATALOGUU" QuQTAIIQNACKSONVILLCi. :( > A 1.. light gray..;.trimmed with old-rose of which 107 are ON VACATION, .' g' U '''. '.... ..'.. .'S', F
..: rest Junior and
: '! '. !. tUl'. beads carried'out two very,delightful. .
color schemes.-"' . 'L i, .. a:good thing to GREEN SPRINGS ..IP YOU 'RECEIVE' THE KI8- > 1
, r The Latest Fad In Underwear' yet contributing,: : :: SIMMER VALLEY GAZETTE :>' '
.' ,. I yet.": : [ .of th.'c unt7 '
Speaking of Georgette this sheer
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fabrfc js put to, all aorta of uoes, and
: does, not stop at dresses.but I Miss Lonnte or ten days' which he b. sent to you, no paymentor H,* :
appearto
retary of the ,the famous Esplrltu 0 will" be asked of yon.Th* ?
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'r", quite a. favoriteJTor... underwear.The ,Went Floridoy +. .Commissioners .of Oses- *'. ':,
...." ro'7'Sp"-: ram..ialitelteae;!. wA ...t mot appealing sBades of' pale N.,Bruce ; S>>I'baI"bl' Hlllsbor- .
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county arc paying as
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/ r' j| Sores,Cuts: ,Rheumatism| blue, lavender and flesh color,.fashion where they are. qualities. The Major an advertisement 101'7 this conn- .

..4P.nstratei:) 'and Heal*.' Though undergarmenq'ofevery.they'......, hardly I description., practical, .W de&yorenwill* hope that ' front an attack. of .* ty.to'them''Your by-on name has of been your supplied- frfeII'.j*'' A:

' ''StOp Pain At Once there ar* many who find impossible to mr'one-tim.> some time past,.* :and in the hop that you would b* '* '
r to resist these dainty Undergarments. wdding.wai. on, i. of the well-known' + interestedln this section of Floivid .,
ioorMan and Beast]
Underwear to be -- him' His smite '
good.
{ seem* getting mor "\ *.. S,' *'
. .. 2 .5Oa$'h .At AD o..s-.; T | I :Please,. ...ri- is missed," by tbs ''r '.,
;;.;. to pay into C. i "courthouse but all ......... ................
! nel., our return i completely .
LINIMENTr ajrh, is now l health and plr- ';.Visiting cards' printed by th. .VaK,,,, J
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RESIDENCE FOR SALEMy -
,/, : New Monk Collar and. Loose ganisation of a '. I ,

' residence. 3U Church street.Eight Panels. ..-. .. ..: : '+ /
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In tklrt&'Th.panels .
being of Daytona, and '
I f preveeaeate. Double. garag*. flap about lath wind, often disclosing ."1; '
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Teriaa if d.s red s49tf > of :' "
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v contrasting material were;three'east .
i- JAMES W. LILLY.k& on the reverse side. From, the eties which_rave, ": .. "
I front theee side panels seem at first Children'* Horn. .'
to be nothing but the familiar tunic test; .-' *
which appears quite often In the new "J .. V
kY: dresses showing the narrower under 4. 'n;.'not forget "
WANTEDAT'IHFSTPRICES skirt.'Another. .. tiara for society ; :;is hereby .g ven.tliat..
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treatment of side panel appears sendfor'It,.not" "': .. ". ; ;, .'
1 !D'some skirts where the' panel t bat Instead to our :to .qualify to ,vote: in
extends to the lower edge of the skirt, tart 2631 .Ensley t .. I
IUhwa\.t ,. Is attached there and fall softly over Ala. Secretaries d ft
the edge in puffed' i effect. 7 d" Hyde, Taylor and : city, election poll taxes
or draped ,
: Coon: Hides, Skunk, Puffed all around in imitation; the : 4 ceive their mail f "* ; ; -

Hides, Fox Hides, Turkish trouser effect; are some of the i 1'\0 and U will be' h&c' '. be pRiet.i i o.rM.;' ,
; wherever they
c. ,Opossum. Hides, Ot : skirts of .YenIn'41...... 'In the'sup.plc S'+ ; office secretary.are: : ; I
taffetas and silver tissue cloths :
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; tor Hides ar* getting) : February'lOth. '
dresses in this style are extremely roaiocua cJar '
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o. 'l StDJWitWmt Shewimf Far Iei graceful the skirt devoid of any trimmtng F Kt :_In the mall ;;; .. .. ..',-"'.. ?419$
whatever"and the bodices fitting
letter with this
:W. B.MAx .mSON C. : are In reality hardly more'than my lot is cast. ,It \ I" ..' ."' """""" "" i.I...". ,.. .::.....!.. .
deep bands.uapended by .... lotion, especially r : 'T' : '
i: ribbon the shoulders. Sleeves of ,, -j. ,?. s'\\<... .. '. . ..Coltecter'. :: . ,
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across the' upper part of the arms areso 'Overdress.with Box.Pleated Skirt word, "Ought. :- 4S M.
{ called. In other styles of evening quotation above; I II
dresses. however sleeves begin to be and mor- elaborateend ihi'irei7lit reconsecrate his I '''": .. ... .'l wti
sAwniu. more favored than they have been for est fad Is the combination. of:, silver 'Interlachen- IA, GRACE. .... ................ ....................... ,

some time. The flowing sleeves whi h' 'lace with Georgette. Beadwork too ., . .'
I MACHINERY i form ft kind of drapery reaching al- has Invaded underwear and. _t. Juu '" or' n. of1r
etND ; most to the edge of the skirt is a style. been seen on'the new !pajamas"and 10.1CEN'r -. -

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1\a City MarketFreshlFloridaand ' February, .* gases mental, fears bad ..Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery! ;)' .- ) '

1 horrible and ; 21' 'Kissimmcc Pla. .
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are practical ,at. sleep-a 10-cert : '. .

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.!.", j of,, all,]kinds.' the maker.bom' *' aVew-, ; vote von It must in If'the the pay city duty, : R. 'S. FLOYD., ): ; ;

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t .. '.ders, and they McCall iPatterns i- are pieces, however of,lingerie, ries.I, Hay,. Grain. ndFee':-: d ,

r will! :be promptlydelivered. iractieal after all. -

: ', .. ,1 ments the, .silk,which and are. Corner' Broadway'and.Daldn Asar a
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: One block of Five Lots.in. South fart of,Town.' '250 LI 'o I'm8tJon in regard to property'for] '..

: ( foot front; 208 foot depth. .Rich: Muck Soil{,adapted' for "" and rent cheerfu y given.; ; i'

CHEEKNEAisCOFFEES : :Banana or.Truck ::Growf k.-. :Eighteen ]inch. ,:.fall'to,:city., "UX..fll. : : to f if teeti other good Ulp tdesw: ,. ': :'

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; THE K1SSI1UIEE VALLEY GAZETTE,'FRIDAY; JANUARY M, Itl7 ,. > r' 1 14t

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Illr Sunday School Rally Planned - : : ::1 1 t :;


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4 r 1' To Be Conducted Feb. 11, 1917 Down r


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I THE GOVERNOR'S PROCLAH- a ties. .
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1 4i 4 ATION : GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL DAT ,

99 Executive Dpartment *:- ..
4 State of Florida r
F"F"i ;i Tallahaure 0 The Sunday School Association I
; 4 which is an inter-denominational organization
4z A PROCLAMATION .. including practically all

I O the evangelical churches, has designated We Learn
: r 1 To the IVople of Florida: ".". I Sunday School February" 11th, "Go to I ISund.y I

t WheraH, it is of the ,greatest Day.
: importance to the welfare of our O I The Florida Asoclation has fallenin T
state that the forces which make OO line, and has provided special programs _
for the day which beautiful
are
for intelligence, character and "4 -
t and other literature helpful forth
the jieupli
patriotism among 14
of large results.'these .
promotion
should! !h. encouraged, and, 4a" "4 I programs and, literature can To Spell
Whereas one of the I'r.tfor..es
lie gotten without coat by writing; to
4
: for strengthen
4 for food( ,
the Florida Sundav School Association _
.', InK character, for. promoting, 4S Jacksonville Florida, 212 Laura '
patriotism' and spreading, <<< hn* 4J street TELLS'I

tlamt) is the Sunday si, |h'HI.| <- I'In white population of Florida I"1 I

I 4 and. ':' i ,(loaded 1 nl !IHHI.OOO( ( and the Sund! i iM iv
WhiriHs. tin I" .., .In n.nt wd, I '
I i n ; hool 1 enrollment) at 85,000 which 'is
i benign IIfll/l'InI' if thi' Snriiln ',' Ii's, I him 1(1( (per cent The m"III""rIJlp I
school of tin \linoiis .1"11"'.iniiiiilions 4I of the churches in the Mate 1 iv
I I f 4 arc gloat furry, for good! in 0:' iiKoul, :KMI.0(1(1( or one third of the pop I nr.'y'Ty ,
: 4 our. '1111 ti.. feu r-, \\iuthv of 4f Illdt 10'I Ilh I 1"Lr Z r 1'r5 ; ?. i.r, 't" 'r'b ?? o taw v r''ritiY

f I. 4 rrngnitlrrn) and i o "p""t"| ,ittista i- II' .:. is a very low rate of churxhjminlicrs
k ?. school enroll
ni" onr|, and Sunday
'' . 4 Whiiias, tin* s,,",,,01.\, ] 'boots, ':: mint at compnrod with other stall. .
Yr of t till -lull. Ihnnrgh' > t till. I 1 JMllli,. 0t :- and should I lirmjr every Christian 1
Simdiit :-;, hool ASSHI i.itKin', anffnrt 001) :' worker, to hH) knees in supplication' forcourage :
,
t ,lI1ah"i,g 1,1111 h., \I' IUIII.. '1".1' ,> and real to KO out in the ;yT
of the Master and ". ><'1 themto t .. ' 't-
01) < s for a gnat Sunda'h.1 0:' spirit .011I1 v / Y 'f.
t 4 rnll\ d.1\ \%IVf I It h hall I I"ituU 4l come in, ::' ; ,. vl (& .,k vrrM, +ri4
I 4 wick l n II t '. "I" and] uflurn, II .. 4I 1.1 I us preps our efforts now and 4 ,. :.'=,.,! 11 :rC > : t y
day and greatlyincrease thl'unay '' :
1 4 and I II'U hur ,of t I ,.t""I'V I 11th.1 I 0:' e\ery F
) school) I'nrollmi of Kis""iinimre
4 I! i. a tin plat r", II" grratt< 0j :-
by the llth of phruary and havea
01) state slid li srhuul 4I
i
j i sundiy rally
celebration that Who *
large on day. yr i .
O da\' ,. 4 ..
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will enlist in this effort"W
I, : 4 'Mil' .n fun. I I. Sidney .1 < atth, ,> I H W1THERSPOON
01) ITiiMinoi nf I Iloridll. do hereby (>
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S si upon all of the I people of th.->
t 4 state of 1-loridn, and the Msitorswho 4 j .
4 shall l Ile within our borders, 4O !rw.c.T.u.COLUMN I

4 church to .attend of their Sunday, <.hour school on Sunday'in the 4O 4 I I can spell my name : SQVERgentleman.. Be clean ; be sweet ;


4 may riliruary'' five llth encouragement, 1117! that they..nd"-4O : I The meeting Francis January Willrnd Union 12. The held president anopen E-I-G-N. And I know what it be good. A good cigarette burns

1 O honor to those who faithfully 4 in the chair There was a (goodly
4 labor. in this nolde work and;' 4 attendance, with visitors from six means good blood and right to a smooth, even ash-it never

4 that they may reieiv to ''','m 4O northern states, several of them (rviinjf .
_Iv..s the benefits. of pirtuijat 4i }liriof, talks on the temperann stock-the finest ever parches the tongue nor dries theM

i 4 inK in this paituular devotion to, 4O I work in their locality making the ,afternoon "
and I both pleasant and profitable throat.
worship of their (iodIn ; 4V
O ] testimony where if, 1 have 0:' 'I'hem. earnest talks ,by our stranger y !, Isn't there a lot I to learn] ?
friends impart a fr<' h enthusiasm' for '
Il 4 h..II"I. set t lhand unit I caused <
4 i I our (great reforms So I m saying to you-it doesn
the
: ( greet seal of the tats ofHonda 4 Have to keep and ears
I No take this work
. one ran part in your eyes
4 to In nflixed/ at Pallahassee ,;
I without having their 1 life enriched matter how spell cigarette if
r ) the capital, this the I 14lh :- thereby Asa threat student has said And the Governor you ,
open.
O day ol JantiaiA, II) 1917. 01) "no one ever discovers, herself until says you ItSOVEREIGN.You

1' 4'" SI I INKY .1. <'A I'F-:!, 4 she has identified herself with universal can't get it all out of books. you pronounce .
?: .overnor. O
ends, and is helping in a great I
O By the (lover ,ior, attest } movement for the uplift of humanity can rely on real old, smooth,
O II/ ('I.AY C RAWFOK, ) 4 The spirit of the holidays is still in
; 4 Secretary of StateFebruary 0- the air, with the always New Yearn My folks keep telling me : "Remellow Virginia and Carolina to

<' 4 Or" resolutions. Let no resolve to push

w OOOOOO'OOOOOOOOOoOOOOO'O the work with renewed energy, ajri member you are a Southern bacco. Quality tellsandYou
; t tate, educate think right and if you
can vote vote right.
11th will this
1 :t wfl' known .. state-wide "Go-to-Sund.y-year be Our Washington correspondent Folks of the South KNOW good blood! (

,3 h School-Day," in Florida. ends the following: ..

w M Practically every state south of the Memorial Meeting in Honor of Suffrage You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! .

Y ''d Ohio and east of the Mississippi, including Leader
Mrs. Inez Milholland Boi evain.

1 I 4 will make a the number same west effort of on the this rjver day, and the young died for suffragist the emancipation leader who lived of Now let's all us good folks stick together. Let us be friends-and

The second Sunday in February is to women, has been honored as she
a# be the day every year when everybody scarcely could have hoped to be honored bet I, SOVEREIGN, will never fail you. And besides, just keep
had she lived out her life and this
vn everywhere is to make a concerted in mind J
seen the cause of equal suffrage trio always your .
universal effort to bring women
m.lI. umph. In Statuary H.II. surroundedby
t ''r ) and children into the Sunday schoolsof the silent figures of the great, J/

;t our southland. Florida agreed to I among those our own Frances E. Wil 1rtk ..
this move when in the last state con- lard, was held on Christmas Day a 7h.u x t .
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unanimously) wonderfully impressive memorial I am guaranteed by ._....2, Buy tube! ; .
service. Speakeas of national repute
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}_ the others in this general observance. I paid eloquent tribute to her untiring If you don't like me return me to your dealer t&ufrget "
r i This movement is interdenominational work. Th hall was beautifully decorated -
h i embracing wholly every evangelical . with the suffrage colors, yellow your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman &known

church. A mighty impetus and rendered white, exquisite music the world for keeping his word and I have given mine.
? shoul dbe thus secured Added to this was and there was a procession over you
statewide movement will be the power from the House office building,
r and influence. of all the advertising l led by a hoys' vested choir, and prom
Fl and agitation in all the south Flor inent people representing labor peace,
.;; ida ..1.the present time has perhaps nr'son reform, and other organizations : .

.." 86,000'pup its enrolled upon her Sun were present
e day school books There is an average :
attendance of perhaps 65OOO The I PEACE S Sovereign arettes
< purpose of this (Jo.to-Sunday-School What was the first prophetic word
e r d Day is to increase htis attendancethat that rang

J day to over 125,000. When down the starry sky the angels
This is the second such day olxverv sang
+ ? ed in this state The first day was That Blrth-night they came as envoys of the FOR THE G&NTT&EJMAXV OV THE SOUTH
t observed
Y over a year ago namely October ) -
3rd 191f At that time the What word but peace, "peace and ... "
t Florida Sunday school association inaugurated good will on earth *" aa

; 7, the first state-wide move. And what was the last word the Master or
said
Governor Trammell endorsed it with a
sa, ? state-wide proclamation, and everywhere That parting night when they broke .

l efforts were made to get the I brother bread . I I \
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ty people Into Sunday schools As a re That night He"k-ew; men would not is commonto sofl U not needed to grow citrus fruit. FLORIDA'S "NAVY" DISARMED
:t7 suit the reports coming to the state let Him \live- 'gladea, had a great deal to say about muck lands of Florida, but There are a number of young orange
+ office Indicated that those schools Oh what but "peace I leave". and brawn fibrous peat, and while the similar lands of the western "tat-drained and grapefruit>> groves in the Davie BY ORDER OF GOY. CATTS
which observed the move had increased I "peace I give ?" Sentinel has not been able to get hlod When this land is once properly air neighborhood and they are all doing

;i', their attendance from 25 per cent. And yet behold; near twice a thousand of their report, it is generally understood the exeees water is muck replaced decomposing by -, Ane and while none of the trees are Florida's "navy," consisting of th.Roam..r .
or
', to than 200 cent. Thousands years that their conclusion was that thus oxidizing the and half old
more per more than three a years ,
I the
I BOil has been disarmed at
And still I the battle. wrath the it and. it becomes a resembling ,
' Y of pupils were held permanently for grief this brown fibrous peat" is worthlesswhen of extremefertility. many are loaded with fruit this winter -
yc the schools all over the state. the tears, it comes to growing crops. But a potting mold of Avocadoes and mangos also do command of Governor C.tta..rho instructed -
A I Let mercy speed the hour when of this A commercial! fertiliser T.
Fish Commissioner
The state-wide day was not observed what about the composition well in muck soil. Frank has Shell
valuable Volgt a
t in 1916. owing to the fact that this I swords shall cease. Everglades. soil ? Does it contain the potash and phosphates are : ,R. Hodges last Monday to dismantle
r3* state desired very much to celebrate And men cry back to God, "There elements necessary. to plant growth t o nthe 'glades lands when growing tomatoes tropical nursery on the north side
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rl k'p a uniform day with the balance of shall h* peace'!" From a number of soil samples taken pe While egrtTplant, Etergladei.ete for. of the canal at Davie in which he has the ship and consequently the two

-e the. south, and at the recent conference -' -Edwin Markham. from .various parts of the 'glades shipment. many these and r bearing avocados, oranges, limes. lemons one-pound guns with which the Teaselwas
}ice rr of the south's general secretariesin along the canals from Lake Okeechobee farmers are growing crops and The equipped have been taken off.
trees
the of an grapefruit guavas.
Sunday school work in Atlanta, the CAPTAIN KATZ BACK WITH to the Atlantic, an analysis was marketing them without use I The will be stored in cine- of
fruit is not so and guns
fertlliier, the healthy making a rapid
ai of are very
second Sunday in February became HIS COMMAND ON BORDER made which showed an exceptionally ounce will the warehouses of the fish department -
used and
e is
the uniform and mutual day hgih nitrogen content with compara- Arm as when potash and I growth and the fruit is of good qual- .according Fish Commissioner
V The Florida Sunday school association I tively small percentages of potash not stand up so well in shipment dock* ity and fi.vor-Ft Lauderdale. Sen- Hodges. The guns are the propertyof
l is i issuing a splendid program Capt Howard M. Katz commanding and phosphates. There. is no deficiency for that reason the buyers on tinel. the federal government and were
from 26 to
f Ie4 for the day This program will be Kiasimmee's crack military company in these soils of potash and phosphates here make a difference of only loaned to the state of Florida.
V on the border, l is back with hi.eomm.nd when compared to other productive I 6>> cents a crate between the vegetables .
after without fertilizer and those SOUR, ACID STOMACHS, Hodges says. He states that.the guns
neckZion again
( soils in grown
spending some agricultural only
ry ation to all schools which will use it. time in Raleigh, Mo., with his family.In comparison to the excessive nitrogen Brown with potash added to the. soil. GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach are objection not necessary to now and He made states no

This program, put up in attractive a letter to relatives recently, he content is the. deficiency of potash and I' Foliage and the ordinary field crops with-, that he was instructed disarming.by ex-Governor '
v : form will be sent in sufficient numbers advised that everything I is getting phosphate notable. The average' nit- however will give a l large yield "Pane's. Diapepain" digests Trammell to arm the Roamer.

r r to any school desiring same. along nicely with our boys, that theyare rogen percentage (as ammonia) for ,,out any commercial fertilizer.the To Everglades see. 3,000 grains food ending all Catta promised the fishermen of
s ,J? In the city of Jacksonville, this day seeing some. strenuous service and average. potash is 0.08 per cent andphosphate 'what actually does grow on stomach misery In five the state during his that he
therice campaign
,, will be further emphasized by the special all are anxious to get back to God's 0.18 per cent. An analysisof I! land, one only has..Hstric to go to whlredraln.ge minute would disarm the Roamer and his
d for 6,000 country once more. Everglades soil by R. E. Rose, I [ ) Okeechobee .
campaign now on men.
.
Davie Time It! In five minutes .11 stomach pledge was-today carried out. It was
The command under the. able leadership Is now a fart or to -
Much interest is being developed in Florida State Chemist, shows moisture .
,} thought at first that the Ash commtssloper'a *
and will No :
; Yti YL drainage' distress Indigestionheartburn
of where there Is partial go.
the metropolis toward this end and it Captain Katz has made a 16.84 per cent., organic matter
ll
o1 boats would br--sold bugs
.f fields and talk to sourness belching ,
or
record at the "front" of seethe in the
which crops
is confidently. hoped that even more not and combined water 75.66>> per cent conferettoe betweenCommissioner
1 !J 1 men will be added to the schools of only the military authorities are silica and insoluble! .meat..11 per the farmers. They may have lost a too. acid or irritation of undigested Hodges, 1feRa Commissioner of :
.. that city than the goal set. proud, but one that will always be remembered cent.. oxide of iron '1.47 per'cent., lime crop or tw oat D.vieby being drowned no dizziness, bloating foulbreath ricuUnrev and Governor attson'.51
.i i' 1l I by the people of. OIlCeola magnesia .18 out and the lake region may have or headache.Pane's ',
The office of .the state Sunday 3.17 per cent- per pent '
day resulted U 'the ordertothaboaU. ell.
l'" aehool association reporta that there I county aid especially Kissimmee.FERTILITY potash .13 per cent., soda .33! per cent! cried otmatoes or beans for a mid I Diapepsia Is noted fs>>. its .' .- M ., ".. .
i I. stomachs.It .
S ";.. is much need in the state for this phosphoric add .18 per cent,.. 1phuric Winter crop and had their crop damaged speed regulating. upset f03ses I' ()If
by frost but no where. da. you ts the surest quickest stomach: .. ,Ty/t 4 <. i-- L Lwbss
!- x. jnoremenLThere> are many counties .t..o..o. add .&1 per cent cMorine- 0.43 .
: in the Thole world and beside
I\:.'. ;" whdh have only a few Sunday per cent, and nitrogen (.in organic. hear one word of! of the complaint lIOiL'Onry regarding last I remedy* it'Is' harmless.' Put an end'' to- /O''aIN..Rst uja Thds ;
the fertility
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: nnw schools. Other counties report abso- OF EVERGLADES matter) 2.17 per cent trouble forever -... ____... .... t
SOIL. "'It'' win be noticed that' this1'' last Saturday the Sentinel ,tnan went op stontach by getting a !< ; ,," naa1. .
d.and. : lower ''ceoUofnitrogen the South -New River Ouiai ..t 'C'1ta .large fifty-cent case of Pane's Diapep- liThe 0i4' "0f0fe'. ;
i .. ,. .. ,'? analysis shows ta. Pft' nI.O\ede.CaD&l\ sin from .nydrusTBtora,.,Ywn:,rtal- IddU ''I'oIa.5o ..' ..w. '... .
"" junction with.th&FQ "
(lir-'f/)) t rpDI lbl. 1", Ja many . . .... .. .. .... ; And a orach higher percento'fpotash. land lie in five minute. how needless It4ato'ot.r'from . .
: the being
':'t, ... ;.icUonVof the counter 'the Sunday The fertility of Everglades soil.hasprobably .' litanyefai brand of commer. and wherever' was ta ;hudlgaatlon"dyspge "
': f "A"" .r,;:-sichool, fplrit ii;at,.lowi ebb. and I been* diseosaed ;:fron' :.very fertiliser have) a'J...pereeebap .fanned, the agoo4!fops-were bas't'y ftrowtajf color .and ,er anyr t4mseh t.ordar. Itds th.f &: -
,rbmUy ot "' t.&rZ
",#" .wP em tt such as is now being plan- possible angle.I A few years!; age .0 of nitrogen'thaa the.avengeaoU.ofthe .wtt* rltdAhoherUdaV u. ,1 uNlt 1mcIUna1....
leaded
\ > a
_.eseiT. nitre :
su pposed son experts After tvaUnrrts EvergtaacewThi
flotprguSDcMnEILslty. '
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H in world.
the
doctor tr
stomach '
U that t f.''
,. : ... Uae.. .eaImrIa' .U I of different. '.f.theK content is Eirerglade are proving )rock1.{ ', ....,oL.7'o.olv ". ... :. .
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H I if'1*Cflr y i J.-ri "THE sUssiMMEE VAUJOT GAZETTE,, FRIDAY,, JAKUAKTZ*. IMT a y n k ..- ari .

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1.. 'i' PRO6RkMNNiD" R''O sCEo' [j\ttt "Th.STOMACH

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: COUNTY IMPORTANT ;
FAIR--WILL BE EVENT ,: 1

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TO BE COMBINED WITH STATE Exhibit of Osceola County at Recent Fair in Orange "County IrMq.as 1"K'i"

+ POULTRY SHOW OF AMERICAN

1 POULTRY ASSOCIATION-FINE .'
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? DISPLAY OF ALL KINDS "

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GOYfRNOR'S DAY, FEB. 15TH t+ "
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Saddle and Harness Race Over Regular 4 N.r 11 There is no ailment causing: more

: ... Half Mile Track-School ud woe and misery than Stonura.!

'1i' Educational Exhibits--Johnny J.fal Trouble. Often Gall Ston..... Caarr
and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines ,
: Jones' Snow Will Be There. I- Constipation, Acute Indigestion

' 4 ; AutoIntoxicatIon..lIow Jaundice
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: y AB the time drawn near for the 7 Appendicitis and other aenov
holding of the Osceola County Fair and fatal ailments result from tt.
f ij the prospects are that the event will Thousands of Stomach SunVrem ow.

eclipse oven the anticipations of those their complete mo\rry to Mayr-

1" who, have been working for months ub' v dl+. Wonderful Remedy It I. unlike' any
on the project in order to bring it tott other remedy. It sweeps the pot a- ,
a successful conclusion Ever since ous bile and catarrhal a.l'.tlon" frv '.
'. started some .: ,. the Soothe
1\ the movement was' 4.' ,7't" system. and allajs
.: time ago the citizens have cooperated .- Chronic Inflammation :Many declare
with the directors in a manner it has saved their live, and prnrntevl ,
\\7-- which is commendable, and the resuit serious surgical I operations. Try om*
'k will be that the first exhibitionof dose today Watch its marvelous re
of association' will be one fraught sults. Contains no aJe-ohol--no habtt-
with success. Being promoted for the I forming drugs. Book on Stomach Ailments ,:
benefit of the entire county, the citi FREE. AdreM <;.o 11. Marr. i'(
Tons generally have done their duty II y uICJ Mfg. Chemist Chicago. Better ye -
M- in a noble manner-their compensa 1 A g' obtain a bottle of Mayr's WonderfvJ
,'J!: tion will not alone be cash dividends. Ii Remedy from J. Z. Roberaon. or act ;
which is an immaterial or negligible reliable druggist, who will ref...
f"ctor-but all will share in the benefits -I your money if it fails. '

-t, bound to follow such a great public I ..
enterprise. Efficient and competent i i THOMPSON BUILDS CROQUET :
management of the project is
:f: recognized on very hand, all of whcih I COURT FOR THE VISITORSr
.%r spells" success for the opening number I -
,i of this commendable undertaking: I Councilman Thompson who it always -
:; The first annual Fair will be held looking forward to the entertainment ,
.1 from February 14th to 17th, inclusive, t } r tr of visitors., as well" as ham
to which an invitation has been extended folks, has built a public croquet, teem I.",
to every one {in general. There on Broadway opposite" the poetof9.aq t
t will he something to interest all!) no whrih is causing much amu__

matter what your hobby. may be The # -1.----- f. and pleasure for the visitor to he ,.
t railroads have (given reduced paisxnIfer city. No sooner had the rrour.li tra

1 and freight rates, which not only a, ,.. e .] ) completed and the paraphernalia //It
it
f assures a large 8tl."II.nl' of visitors, ) IAsw r y Mr placed on the ground, before games d'
'} but also encour T("* the bringing of were in progress and the spot is row hone
exhibits The A C I K K will "ell of the most popular place to b. {:
tickets at reduced! rates from I'ttlatka, I| found in Kissimmee.Mr. .
t
1 Ocala, Barlow, Tampa, Trilby and intermediate ( 4 Thompson is to be e-omm.ied ..:;
m dt
'1 points to Kmsimmee, and i s r y .M{ rw. fro i '' k ah for his public-spintednecs, as also are a
return on February 13th to 17th, with e- .-. ,. -r-. the gentlemen who assisted him by- .
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;1 9 j final I limit' to February 18th. '.!to....- donation. with which to purchase tb ;
j
: Premium Offered croquet sets. Together with one esT
I. Premiums have t been offered for I hi. colored employes, the Councilman !!I''.
: farm products, grown in this county- worked hard for some time in order .. 4\
hay, forage, grain seeds vegetables, I get the ground in shape, and he is '
forwarded and delivered. The Southern 2:00: p. m.-Harness and Running test is open to babies of the entire Wendler, Judge.
cassava, cotton wool, sugarcane, bee highly elated over the apparent access
Races.
county. Education:
will\ have office
an
Express Company -
products meat products, citrus fruits his undertaking baa broacfio i
deciduous fruits wines and vinegars. on theg rounds the Western Union COMMITTEES W. C. Bass, C. E. Yowell, R. M. about. J,.

The cattle shown will be a big: event will receive messages at their Fair office PROGRAM OF RACES Evans, R. R. Riley.

i ....... and will cause much interest while on the grounds, and deliver\ same; Wednesday, February. 14th < ExecutiveS. Better Baby Contest EMINENT PHYSICIAN VISITS I

ft there will be exhibits of hogs, sheep, the telephone company will be represented 1st race, 2:14 pace mile heats, L. Lupfer H. C. Stanford, A. E. Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Mrs. A. M. Chis- WARM FRIENDS IN THIS CUT h
horses mules and The Official
State ,Poultry Show jacks.of the American by long distance of flee; the Sin. 6-------------________1150, Donegan E. L. Lesley, A. E. Thomas. balm, Mrs. W. J. Fripp 'i
J. .. 2nd race, 2:26 pace and 2:20 trot, Publicity Decorated Auto Parade Dr. Howard A. Kelly, of Rattisaeae ,.
Poultry Association will\ be a feature W. C. T. U. has arranged for a restroom
) in which everyone will be interested. for the ladies, which will be 8rd mile racemile heats 3 in 6------------- 160 Wm B. Harris, C. F. Johnaon, Max C. W. Ward Mrs. M. Katz, P. K. Md., one of the moat eminent ply.-,
; heats weight P. Moritx. cians in the country ... is .-.n-c 'f'
There will be displyas of domesticpets provdied in the Ladies' Restaurant 110 lb., 2 in 8--------------- 50 Weaver C. W. Griffin, Miss Mildred tour of the state accompanied by aa. ,j
taxidermy and tanning work.Woman's Racing Lee D. W. Alderman J. D. Clark
b work such as china painting Building-, where children may be left Thursday February 15th I Ernest L. Green Snpt; Seth Woodruff Miss, Ines Carson Claude, Harper. two daughters, Misses Olga and Ether -- 1 k,
J t sewing, machine and hand embroidery in care of competent matrons, free of let race, free for all trot and pace, C. W. Ward E. L. Beep, Judges; are here for a few daya eai '
-'i' knitting, crocheting tatting, charge. mile heats, 1 hi 5_____L_______ 260 L. H. Ingram. E. U Lesley, J. Wade Neadleeraft.. visit to Mr. and Mrs- J. M. WI1b ?>
at general fancy work, etc., as well as Price of Admission 2nd race, free far; .all. trot and Tucker, Timers. Mra. N. C. Bryanft Miss Anne B. Jr. Dr. Kelly waD I known h sat t'
the pace, mile heats, 8 in 6, horses Cow Bey Carson, lira. John Ovwrstreet, Mra. among syea* aoaae taase ja this s.eti $.
domestic science department, For each person, whether in automobile the property of residents of the L. H. Inrram, Mrs. H. W. Morrow and U races.ia -
71 while the exhibits tendered by the L. H. Ingram, J. W. Miller L. H.Wbicld (a warm ... 'f'
school children will be interesting carriage on horse or on foot, State of Florida horaes to be -. Mrs C. H. Funk. Mia. Madeline Hill com front his aaasiy frienda ... ..... h
a moat 60c; children under twelve year of owned and in the state six Agriculture Mr. M. E. Waring, Mis Ruth Wylie. enir rs. Dr. KeOy to ene ef the IssssW
'' feature, and for which prizesare age and over 9, 26c; bleacher ticket months prior to the day of race 160 B. E. Evans K. Sam DMeette .-. bag rues of the St. Jeans. Heanital as
McPherson > 'r
offered. The Better Baby Club ofKisiimmee to 15c tickets to 3rd race, Vt-mil dash for oow
grandstand ; grandstand Miss Albina Smith. Miss Ann B. Baltimore and also
Brammer, A.: H. Fox, C. H. Funk S. conducts a pri.a ;:
in the ladies' rest ridden' ;
room on ponies by cowboys from
I 25c; tickets to grandstand box, W. Carson, Mrs. M. D. Alexander. Mrs. aospital In that city .
Porter J. T. Burckhalter S T.
the grounds Friday February 16th is Osceola county .___ 25) ,
50c tickets
; season to grandstand box --- S. T. Fanalar, Mrs. A. C. Roddy.
S, J.
Fansler Entriken.
going to be a hummer, and is to I
'. open SIX seats $8; season coupon tickets Friday, February 16th Live Stock Horticulture Visiting cards p .ted by the Val. .
babies! of the entire
: county.Entertainment good for four days, $1 I ; exhibitors let race, 2:80 pace and 2:25 trot, B E. Evans C. N. Miss Jean Caldwell Mr. Stanley ley Gazette Job Department
I Matthews
Feature ticket, good for four days, $1. No mile heats, 8 in 5_ ____ -_ _- _-*150( Ed Bullock Jr.
Whaley R. J. Roliff\ L.
Entertainment features have been money will he received at the gate. 2nd race, 2:18 pace mile heats :3! Denning Art
providde which will be of such a na- No vehicle running for hire and in 5 _._ u __ ___ __ . 160/ A Steve Ashton Williams Oliver ,Bass.Fred Lorenz, Rudy Mrs. S. H. Bullock:, Miss Frances >0o.40NM . . . .a-a.. ..
ture as to I be appreciated by those charging a fare of more than 15c each 3rd race, % -mile dash weight 110 Bay, Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman.The .
__ __ _ __ _
I Ibs. 75 Taxidermy
Aside from the - u -
attending. engagement way will be admitted to the grounds.)
I Saturday, February 17th William Lewis Lang. c. w.
of the famous Johnny J Jones There has been provided in front of GRIFFIN i ;
1st race, 2:18: trot, mile .heats, ;'I in Poultry Valley Gazette does excellent
Shows< whose reputation is well I the grandstand a space for automobiles I 5 -. _ Ji I:>o M I n Alexander, Supt., J. H. job printing all kinds.
known other features
will be
< an- to park facing the race track mile
I 2nd race, 3-8 dash for cow
announoe later These shows will be for which there is a fixed charge of j ponies' :'Jfi3rd . . Staple and FancyGROCERIES
on the grounds for the entire week, $4 for coupon ticket good for four rare 1 4 mile dash for I'm .O.O.O..ao..o.OO.O.OOo..eoo.o..o.o. 0044004
larger and better than ever There I days, or $] 1 50 per day for a space that I Ii. Iis ponies ridden by cow boys from
will be races on the standard!, new, not already assigned; spaces are | (Osceola) county li.r:! S. S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATEOne I
half-mile oval speedway, for which numbered and are reserved in rotation [ 4th race, 1 14 mile consohit, run.
a splendid string of fast horses has according, to sales of same. | weight no IIH LJ.i. I
been assured. ) thousand acres in Orange County southwest of Lake Apopka; bilL Free Delivery to all Partsof

Arrangements are practically made 'i THE DAILY' PROGRAM Rules and Regulation rolling pine land two miles of lake shore, three mile of improved road, the City
for transportation of the public to' Hobbles not barred. In ease I.HVdo ,
and from the fair grounds. This will Wednesday, February 14.-Homecoming not fill, mixed classes will b.. .II i nearly one mile being brick road.
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ranged to suit the horses in al'tiulance. . .
be done in such a thorough
Day
manner as
I I Also 50O Orlando and Kisiimmee brick road --- -- -
acres on and other
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will leave no room for complaint. 9:30: a. m.- Band concert
Everything possible will be done for 11:30 a. m.-Opening exercises in Entries close svith Secretary 7"> m smaller tracts. r I
the comfort and entertainment of the day before the. race. All races garm
main Exposition
visitors in order that they will enjoy ] :45 p. m.-Band concert.building. ed Association by rules of unless the" American otherwise Trotting! sped) I A number of pieces ef interesting property in cities of Kissimmee AUTO LIVERYDAY

their stay and come back again next 2:00: p. m.-Decorated automobile I fled. Records after February lot rn' Orlando and Apopka. For prices and terms, write or see owner.S. .
parade j I OR MIGHT
year.On account of the expense for the 2:30: p. m.-Harness and running 'I bar.The Association reserves the right S. GRIFFIN 1 & 3 Watkins Block Orlando. Phone 242
purchase of land and erection of races. to reject any entry not satisfactory
buildings. It has been necessary to 4:00: p. m.-Special. Free attrattions. The Association reserves the right KISSIMMEE OFFICE: In Griffin's Garage 8-12 Poaaiel Ave. Loaf *r Sketl Tripe at ReaseauiUe
; limit closely the number and value of to postpone or declare off any race or
i the cash premiums forthe first Fair. Thursday, February 15--Governor's; races on account of bad weather, etcPureee ..OOoo.o..o. ... .. .. . . . . 4000400 Rates. Sevea-Pasacatfcr Touring

Worthy exhibits not/ifiefeftn the book Day Divided, 60-25.15 Per Cent + . v 10. ... j ... just issued will ria eV en honorable 9:30: a. m -Band concert. Four entries and three starters required -
I
mention and the dfrjcl/v'ii of the Fair 1O.-OO a m.-Awarding: premiums on for a race. I J. D. GREENTHE
} Association< hope that the citizens of Horses and Cattle on the track. Entrance fee 5 per cent of purse,

Osceola county will enter every article 10:30 a m.--Address by Gov. S. J. 5 from per winners cent of;purse horse money distancing additional field South Florida Fair I INN rOSSJEl/TAVE.
:
in their possession and aid in Catts at the Grandstand. .
entitled to only one mon..y.No
c. every way to make an interesting and 1:45 p m.-Band Concert. entrance fee for cow pony and ANDGasparilla :
v creditably! display. 2:00 p, m.-Harness and Running consolation races.BETTER - -
if Governor' I Dsj Races

d One of the features of the Fair will 4:00 p. m.-Special. Free Attrac BABY CONTEST Carnival !
r e be Governor's Day, which will be held .tions.Friday I M. TILLER
15th. Call ... Friday, February 16, 2:30 m. I
on February Governor p.
has been invited, and has accepted the I February 15-St. Cloud and Baby Prize TAMPA !Rg jfstate! ! Agency j I
I
3 Inyitation offered. He will)) be accompanied I School! Day Class -Highest scoring boy, (; .... :
u by the members of his cabinet 9:30:: a. m.-Band concert. months and under 24 months of age,
on this occasion< the program for the I 10:00 a. m.-Fi..ld Sports. Woman's Home Companion's) bronzemedal. I Really bought aDd told.
'' + day being so arranged as to make the I 10:30 a. m.-Awarding Premiums on I FEBRUARY 2nd TO 10th )Houses realest ....

presence of the chief executive a gala Horses and Cattle on the track. Clans 2-Highest scoring girl, (f; I \ ,' Tax paid and Titles: verified t
+, affair. The 16th will be set aside for I 11:00 a. m.-Addresses by 1'iominent months and under 24 months of age, ', Atlantic Coast Line for non-residents.

1'q the school children of the county---another 1:45 Educators.m.-Band Woman's Home Companion's bronze Fire. Life and Accident Lv- i.t
event which is looked forward p. Concert. medal.
r to with much anticipation of pleasure 2:00 p. m.-Harness*** and Running Class 3-Highest scoring boy 241 I Standard Railroad of the SouthWill > surance. t

not only by the little folks, but by the Races. months and under 36 months of age, I j Indemnity Bondt. t rMt
', 'r big one ai welL 4:00 p. m.-Special. Free Attrac $2.60: in gold. sell low rate excvrutm ticket Feb! 1-2-3-5-6-7-8-9 ud) for trains

r\H At the grounds there will be suitable tions.Saturday. Class 4 Highest scoring girl, 24 to arnveatTaiTOMrV ..... Fe. lOtk. Final limit Feb. IStL 'OOOOOOO"O OOOODo'ee. 1

yy headquarters provided for the I months and under 86 months of age, -
fi members the press, who will betaken February 17-Cow Boy $2.60 in gold. Children Half Fare C. F. THRASHER 1'1 lSHEE1
k ,' of In possible way; Day -
care every .
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' 8:80 a. m. Band Far fartacr w... .* uk Ticket Agent or \:
thi) postal authorities will have a concert. The If other* Club of Kissimmee yes METAL WORKER "
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I1t',. postofflc'to illustrate a parcel post 10:00 a. mv-Awarding premium on will have charge of the Baby Contest J. G. KIRKLAND Meal Rata /'at -"3.I :;:
I {\f.l:. raerviet'for' the shipment of vege- Horses and Cattle on the track. to be >eld fa the Ladies Rest Room ,.. .e esaPMONZ .".:
t .table, ,butter,' W and Pther farm 19:80 a. nv-Baseball. Came, at th* lair,Ground' *' n Friday Feb.rwyjlflth DfriHsW PaMMftT Afrat Ta.m.a, Fbrida I .. '....

,' + ?p>roduet# Jtf.1>.I I" bar x:46,p..r-Itand Concert. ,; jt WO-p BB JThi* sonait 1- 1.ednssnnurt, na J'::

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.... WJi. D. Sotiaer t ab.. Than win ha fawportant "....- craft is ...... for supplies, and is on the.
tine in fa tl P. cirdee next week tha the way to Tampa. There has 'bean .. '
Orlando Thursday what haws :u a. m., R.b .
: Dr. bt .. order to heWtfnewfay considerably speculation 011_Use part
ttoapjMJt :
N4 .. ... Vp the of many ." to the purpoae of Ute,
I tf qi he handsome 11 a. m, noise
It .afcli which will little craft.VISITORS simmee, was rseaatlyhajor p yi
A. m&
JkM the fawJal efficient ? :
the leading and rtflHa !sore
: naaiyter. of the Citrus f Gaowars' and. ,aolllWDT Woman as '
representative ARE it +MafSi .
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packing house mad bud b.seats b the Worid.
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will I from the LOCATED G hn'V' >br
PLEASANTLY sad
HERE ielr
trpj to Orlando and Sanford W sine... m .. of OseeoitaOrang... fs.teineat. To m charge of a Para ''hirlWt d F m't
that this it atilt
say tourist time in
|LA. Wilkins raprcaaatiiic tha. ... Lake and Volnsia. District Deputy Kissimmee would be lion. CoL Hunter apaafctsian the s
it
Tuunar; Marble A Granite Co., of Grand Chancellor putting mild
Dr. Kennedy, lye '' New faces throng the street language aad ,?.
Tampa was hare Wednesday looking of Euaela, will hare charge of the fighting along with tia Be
and
aft..r the interests of his company. ....... Ha will be assisted by strangers arrive on every inculning wounded on December 16th. '
66 train The hotels tell of capacity CATBOUC CHURCHJMMHry
Mr. and Mrs. George F. ftaaney Grand Chancellor of the state, Ernest -
crowds
boarding' houses tTth.ataamfy .
jrt leave Saturday for Orlando where P. Robert of Kay West, and any
full and hundreds 5.l
of "light housekeeping llaWhaSl .
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66 tfiay have accepted a position m Vic* Chancellor N. P. Yowell of OrUndo. At the ChurchesEPISCOPAL n r.
mom. about the town are sad aaofaaaions, 7:80 p. sa,
*. 60f the orchestra. >> of the .New Lucerne > occupied , In <. Mrs. W. It Farmer'sapartment 8 aday, Jaawary n.MM .
..... Elaborate
I' arrangements are being house, opposite th." and 8
High sermon, a. m.
; U Ib. ...... ,n.4p.( SuM, accom.I.ar.w1hIl'C. made by the local Knights to show Sc&ool l building, the following lift ofspreasStaUV. CJWaaI Boaary, 7M p. nr.
the visitors ,
..sla4. br. ; ; F. knd a great time > the. bust wfater ;vult.ol"t"are; Monday January 2..
W.'I.J party neas meeting to be followed.by Ksj .aktar twit haajfajtiartertj:v Mr and '. The minister In charge will ofBd- Maas. 6:80 a. m.
satpleaeant banquet at the hall. It is very likely M....' lbdwln I ate at the
fir 11
an :* of. Etching. a. m. eerrice, sad Mr.
that .
there .
"It. will be'toln4 tearnAw.ni L.;AMt Mr.. aajd '.....' On* Koocbfar I. A. Hamilton, who gave such a SOUTH K188IMMKE BAPTUT'

IA.K. DnratbthWoit '+.Mr.' aidd41i ,'G..' ERWnc' ?. of presented for the benefit ot-(ho** a t- deatadthab; ; aMat.P" .... KK& powerful I address last Sunday will MISSION

ri.et Brooadnt &Dj.wxw "ewathg the tendlne.Committees .y-" .....,Iftl t..........'"Now+J..........j again speak at the 7:80: p. m. eervi -

., tM ata toakfat'ihawt thri"sits .Tues I tract appointed for tha'dte-; lire sad. ... W., ..'...... II Meet. i ICP on the subject of "The gsaenoaOf Sunday January 28th.

day, Thay .step.d' a'e aVManhst-! ception meeting: J. M.are Ca a*' folloWlfJU< ; hagt/s. I...J ,hit aid liT.s.' .. MM/alri ,' Christianity,* when the public Sunday school, 10 a. m.Praaqhfaf .

Mien} tOn'.N+Oteli, / \'j"y, ':...(t .," H. R. May, Carson ner.hahtatarl Farms. .;. ''e 0eId.M.1.. l ..ad lire. y. ...-!.Urn, 'cordially invited. by pastor at a brad y.MT'Ivfs ;t.A i; 8.', ..ra. i:.IStll'iglpreh real( ouet: T. S. Oliver. chair_ 0aa A.... II.......... .sad "i Subject of sermon, "A Good .....
y ......Ms Eoo. to O.iar Keys, Stout, W. J. Steed. The *? '>M'l .-rest Mr Leasiei ., 1'hntNiiot.' ; : I ,-,- MEN'S MEETING: tion To Long Delayed."
fatgfi .a.pasty'pt %toaria i swking address for prhtdpal ,IIt.'Md :.I&a.. Jf.:.. c., "' efl|, ;:Af8 Nelson will lead the meeting Prayer meeting Wednesday eves'

left; W* oo)
visit'WWh"h l3o wUl.,>.............".'../.. ',' ed by Col.! Lewis O'Bryani't1s"wflj'ha! ...jlv UftId.el.f! t.DL11..G.: t. 4 tonne next Sands, afternoon at 8 Coma and with us.
'. : :_ 'pt''. .... .. t" o' lo'k. Subject, Parosnal i.
:E/D'W: I&. '"' : IIn: W. ---- : : , ) ' > I.K ;'( I Work. 3. FARMER: Pastar.
WjW j\ --
I..B. I' :\"" .11 of CITY CLan j. R. ClIME" ,'t '
; 8t.r '''''7''''''' at the 1.'l ,
f '+ PIIfk. 'JU4 .r .May, ;whO* i aisle t- ANNOUNCES FOR HE-ELECT*)* 'I Peeled amiain wIII be 4 r '.
......' ...,' r6eivd
r' : ElMwber then _____ Caanmitte of.'' the Red Letter Prices
,: ; in this issue will b/| :
wih.{ W.,ML' DetM. aid :Maajry'Danny of found the ] BapHst'Cfcarrch of Kissimmee, I
it aCsHf.sia: ,:' war announcement of J. R Gil vnl'until 10 o'clock ,
a-ong the hart, a. m. February
Haaaon- Wr.'MOpp, days her I com city a candidate dark, who for desires to' be J2th, 1917 at the office of ..,. C. Tw wi OtiM Iiet we-. ... '
this ' re-election'
to Canon, Kissimmee A'I
Fla.
d for
w k whh laa rO.aa4'wt .' r ',
Milliasd. r .c.. c. : e(',........ I. 8, St.M I in the March.white primary which will be held be used in the erection of the Firm I .: .r...i ... ...... liik

lri Jehagits. lied .. Y. .". of Mr. Gilbert has been Baptist Each Church at Kiasimmae. Fla. : . ............ .. J'
looking after proposal must be .
Iii la Orissa. .... .... aeeo.panled -
-a the
ba Ian .eat Teinday were: party' -I>>end- city interacts in that capaCIty l by a certified check in the sum e. ..........
>taiYlnissss.as ; t. I
.... looking a period of about ftfteen of 4 per cent of the amount of the s
,
.tIMt..i "ti 5y yea n
l + \ ....
4Yof which
..theheM "Jad.. "... .1Ii.. <3ow.ay, and Mr. ......- HM qualifications time 7 he has and demon eom Canon.proposal made payable by Mr. C. A. ,!. !M.b

North horr..t.r'' .rf'Uaain;, Rich, accom- lacy In DO uncertain degree, p Plans and specifications on ftin! ,. "
.ft'
-' left ate_ p.ta1.dA.if.: :. Nalsatr and his son' beiNr "?" tile job" for the """St the office of Bryan A Poteet, architects '

Clyde, on ,a plea+urnt ,auto: ';;tour of of the taxpayers, leaving Lakeland, Fla., and can bq obtained : : .
dtiaanvisitor NorthPldrids, thi", weekii;; 'V r ?.' which would be for nothmc"Jl0. the ,in- by a deposit of (25. which .... ..... ... ... .
,:.Mussy"Amy '.and: } of the sum will be returned when and I Y ',; I,
Olga;tlamaalao n, city as a whole H i* plans : ... .. ... II .
s ManhattanKiasimmee of ;.Terra' Haute\Ind. are la record is his platform, and specifications are returned in good I ; _
Uw If
visiting;Mra. I.;.W. Loan at fib. elected. as his many friends re condition. \ 6-8t .... .......

n beUe and Beaumont efhrsd w tMdeit he will are m- 1ALTTH.
ladles will TIM yam ........ Zia be, he. will CLUB HOUSE AND GOLF LINKS I westl&
I remain hara for Kpeft AU
proof on amUea the ... apd obligina rl11 t "Ill
from ane* of the winter.Miw i....... awe! tlsosouflUIVmri h ATTRACT MANY VISITORS "
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'EY ljD Smith; 'who has ., 0. :
pub- 1ac.
aaet fie
the (Continued From Page One. .
put twe .* --.. with kto ) j ,
dk7e BJanehe Lawaol, ; af bar j ...... .. Ii 11'_tic over Kissimmee I I

atbr home at':HUJIard' Island; left tor .. this .hate their Ant visit I
bar hoar:,1ft Oviado.MhUa TO0 Chief JMtfaa, .... Bon. Sir W m a
&ceoJIIpu ...her for a wWt.r'* Blend. i An .... AJ aURtsUiCHr Mnfook, K.: C. M. 0"01/ Toronto, I wU4Bownut .' C nada, left but weak for his home .
rialPougnkeep. r MMr ..-.; county:'damonatratiaa : lUnM'Cl" .
w. .sMat
lafaeaMtty) after six
a waeka'lj
.g at, waa ta' .
St.
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Cloud 4WrW'2. : '
e Wt at the Gilt CUh. I Ha
= promises
fifld.l ,bmadaa:. tMl. first part dH V.z : to ratam aaaata 1a March.., +Sir WU- r----- .

;. Parer, .4 ....."... !t do .. .... to a' Brat fkvwtta ...... KJahnmaa < -
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app,1.. .i' who .. i Ie ........ ia fortaaata fa batoy the
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U.d. St{ >deGia aad aidds lire, ww haaBBBBB BMsigV WsssBsl V' faVn llftav y the ....
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Mf sedri w..ita... Q rl*
y eie Delphi, mt s
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r and wife, Mi. sad Mrh, r
Talbot 'if Taps,
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Mir, and Mfrs Gr .. .l
night wbp. ea rout s bay f Nn
ve Iswhw ani, when. they bare beyof

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bas Dr.+ A.'j..,Hott, former
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: ,<" '" \ . ... "I;' ;, ',' :'"""J..' ", het Homes,;to 'caJa. ,'.. aost;bone, : '.;!d./"It/ ,1'i"" l '&f4. 't'I': : ". : ; ; " '
. \ : tt f J1T "' ; {; :, r.tPI..
t .to. the people of this aaetbeyond } .
fit county "j.I. ..'
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.. + ilef31'1 ii\Jtt' Ibis .. 1 : .(, : "' _'::1 ..... Aim JfO'dl CV. 'W b i ..* ODA d" ..,f '' explanation fot"IDT.", : ooadocHid1 f ,,ti", .,}", 1"1". '". --rr 1\\"" "'"'"1""" .."', I" .j '. "!E'L.. 1\1.\ , 1 i': .
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i; 'K.V, .,ahalt;'mako no "farther J defense \,' 'S' Jjjl:1' ( ..'" ,4'
'ii' : 4J1"&W.' /r.i'1:\'i. 4N6F of. actloa Ja ,votiat 'for JJM 'ar' : U SC I '
ny galn :
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&;r. a _1asilh.. :+i,*ii y:&19ll.dtlraeoei .iifirrst or i tly: 'depo. ,,f1-T-1,;rrttlWAnrob. tielenaa4;:.... .(J-j': :.1 iaAp'fleer... \'.. ."'? r&\'U:6UT;, :t ; ., ' I ; n ; . : . ,;.
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faMriytr. :: '
.. .... thlS isis: bnUini O.minls' '''': .
11 'srs.Qtan .. es Favorite Containing the
..: -".. ,try: .1ra:,; ,, iar'als'o '; .,_ 'bungalow ied *Pennsyl-- "IIY1tD' RANDSDlotzll;: :;\ Your County Paper, ; ,
: UP THE : "
:Mr" ....'. eve =t areauo ibetweea""fjrotntaM: and .
a' BJLILOH
,. A '
...... ........;sad. =a. .. FlftBr etsv-ri . .
___, ..... e;. "tMr; .:IJ l"aDc""KsU',> .''Blot' antertainedthe the'Kissiinmee :Valley Gaa.ttee
: .... '. .'.. pleasant.ffi ; Ttimble.VcClaJ: ,.t their To tbl
.wae. !
.... ..rtcitatloU. What ails 'the majority of Personal Mention Editorials '
--"h--1 ; rtga
I 17 .. home;.MI,\yPenaryItlala': a >r Toes; of Oseoola ; N
.....,..l tII .li.. ].I.ij : '" County Commissioners ,
.
:. : .s::lemonade ... 'largeowd,'',went wod 'tti.JAke'Swtdapi..aftenllDoa'OJa county; don'tcar. Florida
(' ; and'i:,.Mri. ): boat Is it that they: dont know or and the Timel-Unlon'with! a splendid new three-sheet wan
xn-.o1.mce the
,, ..""-. 1 J.t .' .. .. what they; do la expending; bQCOIIDtr'1 chart for i
I ...acll 'f.r: 28 by 36 inches less than the combined price of both papers. ;
jI.i."Iil. FnDeb ;", n utoa, 1t De; Railroad',CommUilon win put ; hard-road moneys In ?their .....
Is there a soft spot respective
)' > arrd1 t 1 'ISbam- .brick ''.wheN the old 'hI
1JoadtY op )a' W depot
that make. them
'4;1"' puupaJGd wbh;: ensbow.i.nda.to, : he finished by blundering brains wastrels I READ OFFER BELOW .;-
gait . : merely;
"ii
ruvsbaasTb Jens.' VV1'}
( soft in
have
Or do they a spot
I 1 Ing'.Mrs.';$Iuebaugh.] ,Q7' trt.rasiof )(r.. *n f Mr*. Morris Goodrich and ; souls that makes I. GAZETTE'
," "I < lf. their respective KISSIMMEE VALLEY
,"'.d&r f.'r fr the favored
;. .....'1D8I'JT1MtQ'., peoJnJ) :; ...St.a ,,etterGtpendtagr( -. the stammer at them road-building philanthropic contractor toward t Do One Year ;
Weekly $2.00 '
r pleD1ebclfat CIIi "'ed.. :.r.t: Ltbbt'r: Afl;;': "''1i:? ,csrbondale.Jr?\Riley.; hu Ohio.pnrhaa i .d the .Smith they think they owe him a debt of Combination'':

\,' 'The m...;P... ;.MoE1ror d11ar7 pr )rcm, bi, & front gratitude for the enjoyable jaunt FLORIDA TIM S-UNION :r
; they bad to St Peter berg at hisexpense
!Noadsyt ., ..
IaW..tthelD1..tine) ;E. E.: i Uvermor bas returned prospectivey! and in real-

./. t.n ,SII &lI4.JI; onI JIalLoIt"t. .'\h I ,'attending:.the Grand Lodge. ity at the- expense of our taxpayers? Daily and Sunday Two Months $1.00 Pnce ,
whicB'wn
r c.D n.r7spresldSate :beld at Jaduonrflia.
",. c.-'V'lJodda.: ,d.\ !Bail" ;>-Cap :?8'c oJ;;'Scriber died at his I _Or___are t they d'd merely ti recklessly.1 ex-_ TIMES-UNION NEW nOME LIBRARY
"' --5-" an on gin' s ---
/"tar Ynss s7v3otr $
Dom'4I'Q 'tVew York avenue on Sun-
bow
A; 1q1 "" ,. : ,M\J'I\ Iehr I 'da1,;'. .7ao\l&l7t1.t'- a. rn, the contractor they scatter bird.? public dollars to AND OFFICE WALL CHART $1.5O ,50 "
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''. .'Newton BQfDet of funeral rll.rriapwar.' bald Tuesdayat10eim.9n That these Osceola Commissionershave .
: ':Pam'.whd!tr v ddnc:Ms ugh- ( the,
: Baptist church, '
.. ...""' '' .. f been Infected or ecpitaged by Total $4.50.
M: OrL ''''' a'St. C1 1d ,'i1a acpooaily,:I ,Rev, Msb aker.;; The MaonscondaeUd the of .
't; oWedswday;' ooldag. ma .' malady waste or worse 'pertaining
.p 'tb
.
l services' at the
.........,,:..i ,:.$: '" cemetery?'f* The':friends have the not a matter'tor to hard-road marveJment construction is (The TVl.iee-a-Week Times-Union for one year may be substituted for t
:JI sympathy' of..the: lau "their
commonitr
_in:roW; "*,._t.{ ;:...;.: '.* The 'policy In ; of the and average Florida the Daily and Sunday issue two months.)
county bonding spending for :
TIIct.,$ ),heagul ,
"' ptrorth :.8oda1$ .:for '
hard roads .
sbt'aad..h'ft'ep mo'
Impressed
.., : fy, thbl'montkwln.b.; held;'atTttir.home more than .
a year ago that the attitude of road
fo' t t...., of air.l, tnda4Mrs.L'U,1; Zlmm.r
... 'aaa W' avetro ?hand '. .1It..Osi',.... a.,...+hiorgarlliL \N."yoJ'l.; ,, ,Itleanbr!: We.tT:: who counties bas been or should be quite :
.. similar
that which .
....... ; '. to. dive-keepers
(. .1'
Ml :' new x :. f thtt d..
to
'. .1..1.._''':: ... .J" ,; P.a 1' prw1Jeua -. ': Urge seaport cities notoriously; "
w. "
...... orJc.I /f).'.. ,,Y'S.. .. "L......, : 'f'rJ: --.. ,-....,- maintained years-*nd do toward yet In sailor some places.la earlier' Complete Novel a Week : :

. Many seaport saloons (rile saloons A 'Of i
interest
F x ; etc.) employed a small band of story absorbing finished i in seven ::.

aE 11l '* N FIY* L1 musicians to aid in luring customers '
especially sailors) into those places. dally Installments. .4

4 Usually a sailor) so lured spent-alLof: "
/1 Ua money ia the dive, or was robbedOf \ I
It there, and probably eventually; I Special Articles By Members-Elect Cf! i

was shanghaied (kidnaped) from
GUY ILAW ,oerMtaougn no has faith ia 'itW'poraaas there to a vessel for a renewed term the Next Legislature'tAdvance.
aad have'others."',HowvoTj of slavish asa service.

; >lla., rm 1i1, M esnMeaeo .of one.or''many ''rh... dives were served, by look- views
on prospective legislation
iolsnv OMMM*. Iteon M a pofat'that has not beoa proven nta" ,fellows on the streets who t
e wl woteh a dnst. actual -aatis- enticed customers into the dives.
ttbstlthema At, times there would bo a lull 'of .
_ ttotikmt traslness ia these grogshops and the
musicians would but if a look.out SEND YOUR ORDER TO TUE'KissimmeeYalley'Gazette '..'.?;
>lNak, bsa+. saw a sailor !approaching! along '
s Sw;, t. Is' .-the street, he would thrust his,.bead : ; Florida '
pall' firs pael.d : $ii.'S ren and Inside the door, and caU.oatT ". .or Tunes=Union'.

; Orbet.tbe iWIke"up the. band I Here comet. u .'. Ja..tftl1- ieeI'18.i, :'' ;JRC1rsoQVi11e'Fla: ; .

1111.1 wiNt..ass4 Banco,'.comet,,that Tory expressive 'r' -' \ : ;'J, f1;

y oeudlltsns for phrase--tnora or,..... current today \: .. :- ., . .. :' '( I ' \

fat.the-.United,State., kAnotharproU '
"fWWaI,.....,....t..yI..rtiO. ..t- i'I'
nrnystat' j4tlt'Jt., / "' tI. '1. : ..... .-:
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;twe'ri, -that which ,says: Spends.Alsmoneyt .j...h,1i ,.. 0sr'u \',- .J ._of \ ,_.._..
f tfce ;Jkmrrf byad.we.dM.what like;..drunkensailor.1'*vS' 1:; '! -. ,
lat.sMd ;. ;' W.t. av. t tsel rWlorp'tedFthe! V

i economical- } laJtbaa Beard ,ef; Commlssioaera They** wantbti for >>tn>''I'*I ilvfe t'I' STOCK''MAIKET' ,,. C' ,,t ;., . '. ,

rn.n. y as.Mr XOUy a il< a' :If"''i''SP1CIAL'aEPOaT. : itAr:!': t'bpM. C.....,.. hsf. 'A.' W.: ryaa, Vies..... P. K:Wsv....SeeVI'A5' .... i ;i iGil
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1'- : .
U"-)1: ) ida '-"; "'.ri -,.,; ;; ., :' : .. f. ".,. -, ". '
wslya tt ; 'f.'jOt'fthe 1 ,'' .
1bCka 'BddL .:. t=!N &ruaI' IiIt6.It ;Yank.j.m..:;annry .- ".J' r .
.. t P4I cat, l' .. ,
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and *; !lt17 1."' 'r.edpter I' Cattle,, I'... I> .
) GeO
ir tht, ,. . 7,0001tiOBfi( hoop 1 :J ", '
::.zi: .' '." } :i :- ". t''tf'
oc. a /i" P'lord\ Veoaa 1'j fri?CATTLE:.Owing'to aaapply '. .-,.:., .,. .,40\ 4. ..-f.' T.
'tritb
.t'i l of comer and. euttsiin .i> dun.. f' .' ', .' i
Whoa ., 'Mu.efa"ortcIa'l'ftQtt " ', "' '
s -: : the'-past-.weekt'they hay oecuuufuSy : "
*5154.5 % tat : repuinf',t-ia.of. I5enog5ejMfr'' '-

r -v-**\t-y o i' hardanadalsaW.i I I .AIUll W V* the.other hand.the. .market, othorvli,. .
tors should ehornsi; "Strike up the has held fully iIteadr; for the period, -"S Bryan'. Realty Company .1
"b'ac1IU.eoaMe", .;.FIetidaxcom>. TbU decllne, n-common. stuff is bat. atemporarriaairVfaaA'aspect
tjtl" "Or ffcey might'paraphrase', tt it to be "
e1N);, { into: Strike off the bonds." r*gained i in the next Choice- '. t GRAYSTONC CASINO .
: Xhe Georgia Co.. QUOTATIONS to saline .
as I did for the.reason Engineering" st.ere,' ''7..60.to-f8.Mt: good to choke ,
i eo ht1wle < "Struck up the band and County I$T2$ to $7J50 nodiom to goodN
ietrf ; to
bWI Ia.tnd of tbl. 4b p, ttfm rFtbiysa.onl.'ain .nste Commiisloners Baas, Guy; 'and'Wal. ... ,I to $7j 'conunoa to atodktn. .S&2I
y. ,- wr Ml 1 kwwttea iW rrir at, h,4tittirf.: to do her -fell for" tb.-mn" ." .&"t fat ''cows. $U5 to$ .'Ilam. ;,.-- i
; the dMWBMi la sot t1. prl'towaitf bnylii..the" 'most for )!:Next week )JI shall Hate an''laci> .cows,'.>sa to ,JWf cutters MJWMJPB > )

I ay. rate. In this .w w. did not theirs. lnonir." th'r 'm6.1:3: in" actual .dent ..ice'my p.r anal "aperI' new to..suo.n.. .' tQ.G to J Oraoge Groves Tl.ber lci. w. ray" Taxes for Non-real. ,It
1 conversation I bad with .Wblls. to'U t
he bUs.
salasldse it x'i one of the f4.6O |
E = Tudaer Brick 'f C ) r road ballders In Florida--that should ": *8.2&5; ,.,arlla.to Cattle ....... Gantry. l Meats ..* Act ea Owner's xOty t
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aattefaeUoa, nor 11r .VU' liAbl.J tee;;the mo.ty:he.ry them, look more closely; into road eedLl&rto choice stoekera. and ,

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*> .a tJ oaJ su martandjwurAthDdraa toy Grade chare only t for the books .4 ta. a ttdof .Aramlala Mk Baa. vlugct a,'mamtMn.ee.
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j tA fam. aad delfv t* tha Clerkfor U C7 ., .. . '; ,
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dotting and" ct fc wf tb by oudYapey IIJ' par' "J..F
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i\'tlfli.L' them at hom*..not gent aofoodewirfcat may. and '.'. and tb.ayon 'wffl Cadl P..had.. aX Baa ike,after UtU Attor.My t the. .tiler..J. Owa.t t7..ttJ. mt..k '....sa' ... ' .. ;r.. . ".. I ..
reported o> 'j'I'
. w* wfllletbm, vat aDd thamb pap*n com* bade In th*,aehool.. land cleart.t.\--J >,.. ,'i- ...'n..a,. *. .. I -.rt...S.. "r f w1'): "". _. ,.._.._.:.">...< .J.Y'.MI. ) .'}. ..T .

r .. boob.are..an. >"the. adclitlo.. .A*.a'I book- *v 'ff' for. Mr.the U Board Farmer and.oled..a report before ahowtnarth a**- ..pf.r.& Firiterab.r NI u4 Wra.-j,0.... . .'-b"a4.en 'asa t.au: f r. :t.,1 hI.'ioIaOt..n' (.'
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., .b.'will -... "tJ1._. ,-, 'This'yos 'w4fl.tlot'need: an attend. *avaraar pr capita par day for City Market. .1 JL o._", ..1 '.,&. 'L. .l.k. .L.'j. .,.D..L.-'
If that 1 isall .ifier.: the ooaclata Mach Brothcra,. &'' SI.'. -
working the
Oh, well many win sa y ane* Thr .win b* no court on ooaatyroada ,
wile . Mach trOtb.r..wad'on to "--11.280; 'aH' ")t' 'IJ.-A 4'f't.Y
fP ,"*shootmttiat. thafJ donH nits.and no.flno'_'pay and if yoa upon the minute report of waa the ordered Board Pklil/p) Brot.. ... t R ..!_ $1.00 ii 'A .L! .r..I' ,: s .. r 'o' ,' "'.i ,'f'' ,
know l>*'..s** a littlai' .will,'just htokrof It, It will cort theoanty The Clerk prevented to th. ,Board 1 Brell_" p.tiAee. t. 0._,.I'." a_ lt1iibIa- 817.'at _\ 1

7 Take a, man for 1aataD' :with' flr"* touch,lu and' croryUiinc will eertlfylae oerttncate of that the the 8 c Tuna'of Bank th* Btat of* rK.A. M/t.,.Chauaer...... ._Ia.---.& __'. ....... : 'low'plat and o>q bepstldy ps>aessb.i 10! la. _talk! .vsr:' "a',f .

,4Wal* of,school are ran much moothcr Chan with your Klaalmmee and t.. .First National Bank B. M. MoClella analntanano.:..,:.w ..i X \ f'1. J tI. ti>sr
'f-.Put::011. In the begHnnera His book, compulsory school law. of 8t. Clued. Fla,, were anallAed aacounty Mrs Jlnoy.PadretC malntenano ."..... 1 ))1'C" K'lDBro"-.J. i< .oIJ..
Prank ... _...!. .. .. It'J..IP' ,
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pencil and tablet win be.:about SIchool I-would manage It. Let each Board ordered spread upon th* Mra. I+mea Je malntenanoea' .w .eh- ltl :o4jd. ;
p.r;' .term.' On' far- Second resole. ineach room or school make mlnutea of t).* Board. Jane Clementa, malntnane*,_ .. .*.** it''ft.. -Io .. .t,, 'jj';.,: .t.... ,.! ,'' <.>

.r .'*Hle outfit>"will.-eort' "aboutOne a,Ilat of .th* book needed for. ucla Vr.&'ite"rJ 8. W. Porter appeared before the Water Pllea to A R.Carano G.__Oro..*--mw-M.it-c--aupw.--1-M.FTeey ". .. ".." . .q ". .. -.. .. .4 -- . .. ...-
',1.0. ": 'In'Third Grader hi. win childfnraUhlt to the apwintendent t nix J Oaceola Hdw. COL. repra x>n Jall..*.If "II.

.;' eoBf.S&T.ODe In Fourth 'Grade;: hi* and Iflt.blmJamiab the bookt., Let the .t.d Bt.htm Cloud by the and County that the Rg-atratlon amount allow Of-,,. John John Tleon-P.ncnl., ear. of Iat.a.a.-county Vauper,*$14!.M ." .' ." _.." ,. .: ,. .' ,' .1 " ,," .. ._. 4_
. ., *'fLBO. '''One In.Fifthhta: will tachMkM>i>,jk..liat'of:each eb114..ancl Her wan not -Mtlafaotory, and eked B. K. (., .
c..tETh.n-yo.hrs; silo Th thbooka I Brni h*dandNeeto'it-tha l t them 4o a** that ti. Lot the amount cltyof Ktulmm.wrreedta I : ..: :l.: ," '.- ;. =".t.r : ,. .
lean' has co'jto dlc ;or keep ,hU thoM books. ar* k ., eta that was due him-. whereupon the, Chaa. EL McCrory. .1. court rcp. II." .f's If. .r'tiv .. :.. .1Z iW
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: > np ; pt lncood. p. Board-referred. the matter to their At., U H. 1... court* et:Ct, C..II1.,. 1'u _. '
, (ChUdr nan O..t.iD01Datter how.hard *,hI aad.Jaft school !at th*.nd of each '.y.'- *' . Lup .. Com.lu..lo.r.- ,tsrooe: : ri ; ."

.:f1l1..wd I,'ilk***t4K fiay. ,y. ff.f TMVfran 'jnh form.-.t. ,b.JI.rnlbod''to'tsome''' *I the.,>Chairman Board that B, h.I*. t bad*.ley ordered reported Mr. A.te I e.I. .L. B..d O..r,.. Comml..lo.1.--.. r. - ?- cba'nnlaoa' ha* th* nony.theyt.'iSuppo .teraal.DCLIIO'OD.: .WLltb. book McDortouvh to make. .urYe, of and I convicts __ .. ., .AV- .. '.'.A. ,. It ". : 'ir:---wSs- ,
taD" ** that man 4*." fYai'r ar worn MC.,, dray Map, Proflle and 8pcin atlon. of M. J. Kleka cost J.. .uaaaTI.. a oe :'?5i EiS."i*. ?c.>4 <.&& '
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1( mile* tOf road between KUelmme E. Darbyaalr oat Inao.ctt! tbe 'of.feedu "b1
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slob-. of *a .P."uML. ..Tba -plan la my\.opinion, would : "
$" < andPolk County Una. and Klaalmrae* John 8. Cadet coat* r: n.u_ 1.45 . '. I .,- g. .1vIf. .=
%B7 money,* H* ,meat haT additional' war thooaand.of Collar to the and the canal going to Bt. Cloud, which 4 H, Ingram, eat tan. b, I E.s0 .i."r'l1., :. '; ; '_J. c,,. . ."
,fhaxpdoal'dded ; : action wan approved by tha Board. T. ]t. M.rp"y..eoet In.-' .,
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flnta.and
oth.ru-- >rry jrar.rlwould Ilk* to h
el r Th*'followln; Notary Bonda were W. O.'H..Ie'n. reyM ..t) ; 1601
r" lr"twm'J.M'paJ41'c%I' f17 Ik1f0171e.a..l.e a. hdr.inbjat approved by the Board: Bonda of Hip KI..lmm. W. L Plant 8t.. .
r t.W4atmnb0..reome.al'tboai' ; dlfflhould .Tic r..JO ,other- matter that .I Alberta Kopaon and J. D. Jefform. with e. F. .._. letterhda"eo.Ict-.-.all $17I50.on : ( '
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i. /, W, Miller and H. C. Stanford aa our. H'Ia ata ...!.. Itt.li
, \'esitlsan4;.} . do, it {f Yoti ask would,Ilk&?to m ntl ; 'j'J'dit.'') iq. satUDellt.w; ; k.>itQaf -iL:+ l -. Dpoell Company of Maryland U.'H. InrrartVi com.. on a.... < IT.H .. ... .
1"ua 'x.iF) surely; Bond of D. O.AVanarwith, Pat 1&H_ Ingram, teed ot prias.i..... .orr-f i! "r II r. J: 1i1.1
:: ltfeli wit tell ytra ;;"1'0 kar*In the :1( t *C .... will 1I. .
:{M ..: B..WooDALL- : ?and B. 8. Todd..aa aqretle; Howard barberlar'eoarm.Z*'; .... ;.a "WCU-1.CDreg, w :.uaacu 'nr2'
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k ; ) a tree have since fruited. 'From 10.. ::1t T..eo.'' -:_,,__. ---J"'a'12 ewf or'iFie i Meats,

Xr' "tt "J ,/those with,the best performance records we slave budded from'Paldranta rer*'oird. ,,, ...Jr". ,. .,.. ; :..!. 1rstOQjeRpf.jBtj
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verlona fund aa follewa* 1 ,-< '
mOO.OOO" plant ;.wblchwill be ready for delivery'during the General RevenuegTj.V..ittt4t, ./ t.t". { $11.0' -" "11" ; j.'N t : '-.-ii: -u,*.", '* j. frI a-'fiW'! -
"t "; coming General Roadi II'-- ? ?C7a! UIf.OI . /h P irjt, ) **'
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summer. Avocadoea'are hardier QdCl hbq" r L" -
a S fin and. Fprtelturel8p .t.j,...! t. >!<.. . .. . ', flala rfj.... .., t.OS1t\ j_
i u&Zttbpap"is"Qenerau beU.Vknd bearing-trees are lal Publicity -_? ...._;.T100... 'jr'- "< -oM ; \ < "i<"; i "?L+ :
; C 1''.-,... Collector-report Ohewed 156olrago oa I M bt.1Z; sea! :, .
fo1iil ic1moet every portion 4pf the citrus belt., ...., eollated "oP..o..ra1..uoe"; ptnitlJrFafteelr ;
i u .,A.y nod U7l... ter'Auto .. ; ,1I
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Fz"'h6seteatiitY'increasng demandfoit'"avocadoes ii;;. 'Tn.' Ta. '-COleeto". repor.boweTb:1T :! > .. '. -. .' j -. ... -, '- .?, ,
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h to rt'i-7beM' give:growers six months' shippin&rlieasonA* publlclt ----o' ..:, 1 ,, '..'., 'yl ,
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. .! 7anholl bad faith.on the part of theITVSMM. :
i>.:- ... ..team-than>; action it brought is'mad.I .1It havingtndoeedtbem ,to bay >< i) i fO" ,7}:' : Tao I o .

r:,"J" ,'Itate"Jaad. ancr1IMriJ'. f2". up of the Govwoor Attorney Genera i, gUde lamb sad.{iromiM.tkaMfcey glisten with beauty and..radiant tl. ,O o
1 rr'??,_???-f'"'trust.*fond alleged m to 8ut f'rTr erarerr f..:Rste 1''ComptroDerand wen.t be draJned..(and :falli g-lto with life Aswan iacoraparablesoft.; . GROVESCARDEN Jto"f" '/< ,< )' .
;J.' /ban beg misappropriated and 1raucl- V Commissioner t of'Agricul.., carry Oft,the promise of drainag'f MM and l* fluffrand'lo; ''r trou ,v'try ,.. If < !'' BftM 'i.1 .
Park Trammel'United! State Sena ". > . ,. It '
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illegally swamp ,"
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:al. ? use....Ida t h.,. sxc dn17 doiIcated tor-elect' ha*been ."eI',1h1, Jands IBJ.-Everglades; t district .t.Ja one .nplieatloA wl:.oabt..il the { :COPPER: r ?
.tr' wac asked tor la a .oit that baa Board for eight yearand' "Many amounting., ,to*about ,6,000OOQ'aeiws, beauty,of your hair, beside it'Immedlatvly -' QuRTpNf''ANSWInIb'' 'INMfDiATILYy \ ; ;;'
of th. alleged illegal 'act complained *to")Florida Djf ihe AES.r. 8M5S 0
/Monday lr'th. UnlUd State'District wore glvta ;.United dissolve''every:;*particle, of: r. ,- >><:. ayreAlL _.!, w r. .J/ ifTI.
1b\,' of were-committed during W* adniinUtratlon State. ia I860, '*under Court demanding the appointment oft Governor '. dandruff.: 'Yon can i: not' have', alee' :( Darr .: : TUBES. LEAD #
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"'a-receiver for. tne Internal Improve a* > that the land,were to be heavy heaith.Lair'fyou.have daivdruff. u soN* MIa, FEKTIUXUt CottMW' (
FaDel'of the state of Florida. This nit I. an outgrowth of. the aoIdan' 'aeci. exclusively. of' .draln-' >Thl destmcthre .curt robs the r ; tz t'4* lYlu.a. n' RftftC'JI' r9d''V
9..ra.gt ,failure of Florida 'to the T t" .. .
L ' completes+ get-'a* far a \ ( ,
{ *: 'ftece.la1'Y.rto'tbea reclaim hair pt its lustre,,it* strength and it* # : :& \ .i.j'. 11..1 L 1 V4
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1., .- . i = \ and that th* ne1da ,, YeI7'Jit. endilaot-or.r'comi'Stpro' :Bprayiag For Mel. "DItTOUS'ilwrADt" r ,
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I proceed after drainage iWa*>,1andaif dues a everlshness and itching of I have pruned for melanose as per 'Writs Folr .Driedi3L' \0" "? :
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was to go to the atate-Kh ass : ..'. v V +
the hair fsmish.loosen
scalp; the root had satisfactory U' A
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the complainants In the eultr.. filed I direction bat have not :
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and die-K h the hair falls out
Monday alleged that the Stated ha* n 2 ''ofKnowl results. What else can I doTAQw.Z'i' : n ll/SII/M NO.4J f';'
fast. Surely"get a'' -ocn\ bottle
a jfilnce the fungus causing- ,Ii4i'ii'
6 mad !
f no genuine effort to.reclaim the ;
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Everglade bat Instead ha '"frapda- ton'. JDanderine/from. any drag th. melanose matures only in dead me'r: r" ; : :
and illegally; : .tore t.'J' lto wood,',thla pruning method hi the ac c;.
jenny } .
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away fully . .
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half these lands' to railroad! and''cor* r L : : ee'te control: yet we all know how r. :1.i. .,j
i, porations. Hecausa or these dive?Icelvn auth- practically impossible it is to keep a grower got very much better-value Itt;V.',j \
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long of lands to althea Ue than for for the trusteei'and to grove absolutely free from dead twigs, straight Bordeaux mlvtnr and "reea-" .;.'= ''d Ie'N' 1
V dralna{ .. It it declared that wider.th ize him among ..other things to sue and even the tiniest twig ia sufficientis ate of lead. t:3: .
Federal laws the equitable title to the for the recovery of two million acres sufficient to develop a great many The best you can do your cut wormssince .

Everglades is still-held by the United of land and $153,000'in money granted spores of melanose. It is, therefore, your crop is already planted i* 16 ..
k ibrdtofWY.dotot States and a. receiver is asked for to and paid by the trustees to the Florida sometime necessary'to spray when scatter poison made as, follows: ?A, ,

recover the land given- to the rail-I East Coast Louisville A Nashville I the Infection is particularly plentiful. 1 lb. Paris green. .
"SON, BUCKEYE TREES GO OUT 'RIGHT" roads. to make an accounting of the and other railroads in settlement of Melanoae infectioii always takes 20 Ibs.Cottonseed meal.A ifs y
Hand grant claims to collect $1,600.
Internal Improvement Fund and to ; little to sweeten the mixture .
place during ths early life of the fruit syrup 1
t 1'I..rI blgWt.rl.1 .f the for 000 in back taxes on state land within -
( B.ek.7 keep a e.rp. .hippiesa use proceed completing the and enough chopped.citrus fruit
though It does not-show so well
expert te w.teh th.t ..< elaar cltnu tree ia pa.M1 I. the work of Everglades reclamation. the -Everglade 'drainage district up
a every to give it a citrus odor and water to
.: _._ which the trustees were instructed by until later in the season. It can be /
b..t _Itl. r a.d 1..IIe..IJ"_ T. ear .. An effort is being made bw the stateto make it crumbly. -
.... B..q-e t. J"f... .. sell $3,500,000 of Everglade, rep the Legislature to pay, but which have controlled by spraying with ammoniacal -' < !
.. .. never been paid Yer1160000 copper carbonate or weak BorIealaX
m..J" rallree .t.tal eesee eel the clamation to and
enjoined from the State school fund which it I.I i I. mixture while the fruit is Aahee on Potato Land
.. d riafT.r.. BTery fater .. pa.l.r mmt mmlfmtmf .._ the the grounds that the proceeds from alleged..waa illegally diverted to that A* you know there is an ohJeection I have some good palmetto ashes
.$ Brewer whe ... B.rhrer* trees.Write. this bond aale will be sufficient to pay j I fund from sale of drainage landsendto to using fungicides in the I that I want to mix with some -f ertiKicer .tj+ .

I. a ewteeaer "Omt ., .*vejr.| t...... ssek..d only for contracts tinder way and that i recover large camp of money.paid 81"0" because of their killing friendly for potatoes. Don't you,think this "J.1"1'
hwt ware the T eee weirs mmt !fe Bvtkere ._. the issuance of these bond would be'a* attorneys fees' In alleged illegal fungi and the allowing scale and is a good idea 4.;t

the heet we have everWe are marl thaa _.. vrltft a hindrance' to the financing of veal settlements. of the railroad land grant whitefly to increase.. We always hesitate Answer: We do not advise the use \4-tt!
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claim. -The receiver if the- suit I* to of ashes land because .
Ir.w Y4 7..r a.fl.sP reclamation on an adequate scale/.. advise spraying with fungicides on potato they .
Write te ay fee mm* free eeitelesT wttfc den laf.aaatIuS which it ii asserted, will cost Not '. 'would alao be ghn control beams of this, but / her are tend to sweeten the lend and a slight
000.000 or more 'of the 1,600000, ; acre of Ever time'when it seems such ji spraying soil acidity keep the scab fungusJn .+ tij"'ro\
BUCKEYE NURSERIES 11M aa..r. r. It I* charred that the trustee' OJ glade. land aWL aadiraoaed.s.cfama'aad 'I theleaec Jof the evil*.," 7r I. cheek. Ashes and fertiliser .should *
the Internal Improvement Fond the :deed to complete their la the much A be mixed .1'f1,,
. 0.. Do C.OIL11.fIRS 1 grove we >refer smnoaiacal never together because .the
Board of Everglade* Drainage Commissionere copper carbonatfc to Boa carbonate of lime ia the uhee.Mta \
Lasosr.r..lar '
r tar.w..la, tb.al.gd-4fl$ .
alts al
lfrw/M, ....:'r". and the State .Bosurd oJEducation Among grant of deamt mixture''b'. of its being any actual ammonia a'the fertilizer, '
Everglade land
*, made, *
of alt of which the Cover Uon for other titan drainage te'-corpora. flsener and eaaIeJo.wuW.d.Dlacb t bxndle. and V it i* free. If lima and ammonia tome In S_

nor Attorney General and StaMTreasrer .purpoeee 4o0ber. :. contact in the ground the I I
soil particle.aboye
war one for balding a canalixed > .
members have "confed
W. H. BROKAW, Salesman orated and are combined waterway for transportaUoa.>'ales dose'JlOII ao MrtAaeTy Uterfere:'with'the fix the escaping ammema*but if .-r'
fraudulently friendly fungYT There Is benefit this mixture i made' before . J, .
the East Coast of Florida,-which was no applieation '
and
despoil plunder the Iaid .Eva
y.y WaUdns Block ORLANDO FLORIDA.glides drainage project and district ef subsidized by., land Migrants of .'.. from a&'t-UMI fungicide lasting there I* nothing to.prevent the i .'\ I
; aid lands and the proceed,thereof, acre for every mil ofeaaajr'One big i aiace H OIIQ"' 'new tissue that must gas going off in the air aad S It Is tit.i

l and to divert saM land to other use grant wa_made af_a_bonny_for.ballduur be pr : .When thl duty U done fore entirely lost 19.the grown | .,
1r and object under elainvof law.a* an TBM man BO'part' ox arnica 'Wall the sooner the spray la wabed off:the
; accuse for their frosted 'and deceit,": located within'neari/400 mile of the .er the friendly fungi can beewnereeetabliahed. Sating Cultivation R
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and that the trustee, "whileIraudn... Ev.rgl.derl r After apraying with I have purchased young trove set, 41. ton
lently and deceltf1l1lr.elalJl to, this list of Everglades{ land fnngiedle yon will-of; course, follow a
SpringApplication court and te the' purchaser of said grant* declared in the bill to have with spray.of mlsdble! as..control high sandy land .with yeQow sub-. I

land, and to induce.TOOT oratorH
other dtisen* of the United State*.to which the court .to authorUe GbfOrtwaa.u'to'. havewWtoflyvlB .this spring Themes oetUnr 1&'"8.. t

fl&U \ buy said land that they were apply. a receiver'to bring suit* are:: :r 1001 grove.:.VXou:can also'reduce the J-ahoalcl. >tJt r..d. ,of 4 cr..'. .MIDir4t"'Tt
; and >rald from' "
? ing apply :.land*and mage tttic-Xnngicide V b some .ffl'J .
the proceed thereor to.drain and'er-, Acre .fruit directing the spray I to the overeulUvated.f Y ;
f; claim .w;.landa. 'by:ineans of'drains Fla. Coast Canal A Trans. Co...4S4.780 fruit..and.letting,sollittl,as posAlUe :Aesw its,It< ;,1sgenerally;; found : ;r,

_ Bearing and Young Tree and levees, di.ertedVof Augusta, Tallahassee .GolfP.niyieeofs bit the trunk and main branch**. tot D.III .' to'i::, itivaU' ryK'frequently' .>
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V _
.".-,\ and th. prceeed thereof to ialL.1aad.tI1 -* .jv a7. In using;Bordeaux.or nMlaoos :' 'men1
and object" >r A'AWmtl; Hy. (L. y 'you during tb *pring .;where u..Jottf\ .I
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More tJuuJ20.000\'people: ;. A N. :.).___*__--;-:. ., would' aso -di-*. pounds-1 l commercial d landwttblyUowsub.olliIc611lad ,

Floiideal SpecialYou ritlsens of veryjtate In ,the Fla. Sonthern Ey .._____. 66i 71'alatka pasta to ffl7.galon.-of water, or use lose* + .-
h.160.
'UDIoD'11 .
some-made +
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: have A Indian RIm.R7'I ,{00 mixture using Its moisture1 rapidly.and; a-eontant:;
; bought Everglade land) .
r + j the .s poancb"of..1I. te the'*. pounds aut.maldi..to' ; .
recent year, and are concerned in the Atlantic.Golf Coast 4 Okeeplained ? ; conserve .tJI 'molaturi x+y Z. \ ,
,
( i chobM I..aDcICo ___ blaestonorfortb.purpose; of making must be maintained.You .
i dollarit outcome of the present rait The 18,81' should have> J
{ get a "worth of plant food for each complainants I the Bordeaux less adhesive than when .
Florida
represent that because-; --Eut Coast R7, ,.._'t60, -a. barrow cultivator that CaD be"".' Ii

t,,ft tr. ,dollar and an additional dollar' value in the correct ' the fraudulent and Illegal act.of'the i e11.-TaII.\.aa.. . ._ ,. :. \0'.>. ..gn.I'/naaratla' oC-Muestotto and lime hallow,;something. like an lack.r.r g. .

':'! fr ' Zropl>rtio ,inj?' to give best results.b trustees and the misuse- the land .e.M,..__V__' ' ....'.' .;.4WJ.,.. ,,h,wd.? and ruathis; over the Iud immediatol, :. t..;
I and.money that eomprUed the drain I do .tit"'t; +Mdl.V4 '.: 1V n._ .4. 7 1 r. I, after ..veryaI4and- queatly? -.
.l .O\".b-. ,i W ite' tocataWaeandpricea, age trust fond,.the money that t I : acts. of tragt.. muse. .-4. .' enongk hop any aoil satztaiw from N
+F+ ..r ,.! C'.' '>1. ', of a illegal .was.the rWU1a131.ek .
p .". J"'II' 11 11' .:.r 1i andether have invested :la'*'Everglades changLng : -Leaf' 0'kW' n&1JOU1dI.be -wonn 1'eacbiJIc'.u. i .o.1f 3 -" 1ti. :" ,.r
of.the tolat and
r.r ',. laeds'ii fat Mrion;?;Jeopardy' map.f''tbiI Ever or better7 < -' ":.V . ... . .. : "
% : .. ..
FaIZer ,
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J K'fIO Co. "WtotaUoM glades : "
.V ;l ther. ..will,.ah:.. lIIe.tun 'oM Answerr Both,Black1 Leat&4'pa 'w
fJ. j-" I. vrreyed :FO.t. ,
"Jw ''I ..r .;. leN"d'1rm.dy I* provided Trhlcfa'wni 1 Chang* they.claimed to- have of dlacoverWN rTuniwould'h* abaolutely:tee*** for 'hl .t WI'f ."c-' ,ENT'. :_. .:.. .;1 r

VV -N'i" ':. .., place the .execution V ofaJdpvpoesin 150-009 .aftNI.inor."I.4tt i" land control of cut;worms.' ;Black" eaf-40 Roomy unfurnished;: .'-f1InJtaMcL't : J"" :. .
'. t.. V V 'the' hand* of xtpntable penon* who tha ahad bee r-ahownse'tlt.briginaiTThiseblingepwa ia! DOlt exceUent at the time of Moot Houoes"unfurnished;and i/i ", ', J'JJibi.; .

II lie laiittidti.T c will obey.thejeonkatntion and Uwa of plats. ) ;'made:after ia* if thrip appear In the.bloom or If Alw" 'dtr,'prorrtle,'. .,
J UD1t "--V largereale.of'land had >been' anyTof.your?garden *,should;bar tr 4inrand; gessjggiaad. .. ,aale.-.''.. .
d .. .FJ.dd, :, t States: .lir.V'ir'; -.J: fromthe>oM>plat,*aa< *the cons*. attacked by plant Uee,,tf ';.vMivPyrojfi -'.. ; .r Jr' 1'" J . ., .. ( 3J..
: lr.'t" .:. ,. ';' .'o' ;' :(7 "' .,.ft rrhe-eoortltrasked: to'appoint reir 4erice>;jt is '. Bordeaaxand "IoJJlf ', "r i
< a alleged, U.that :; a w aksprari.1 D.ITE 'II
i purcha* '
, IfALIT" '
,}'. ( .t.i1A JI >t. '.".". "J -.*;-- ". ',.'. yy" "rKPEOAUV ._<-., en .have recelved'hM:'and,",different ax>enate.of Isad 1IJ&'tea oed .oW.., ';. .\:4-

-" ,. '., .L ".;.'...J.Ji"J..J : \' ;. ''' . " I P;cb*fbaa rtl>wy.their Jiwtually la the garden for a general control*f 1.LMRi8..0UMa111.. ,, t&, Mu.a.rbA.O, .!, .
t * j' 'f' ' .
& F+R
WT'Wf i1To 1 "'3f- t..trsatea.kadfb.ninitrnetad' insect and ..' ; bat we,do .:t07 BaU SC?e;BZ.ek, N. J...s ,

X y.Altbou h. nOt,. reepmmendit for;we.coasider:the Two.block iiorta. doChrltlar-dmrek '.
,
: byftb.Legislature to ,pay r ',. .' .. , ". '- '.. .,I..J" H.1
'flee i 1" 'I'r. J'. tani'OP the'.atate land within 'the yam ", ,'r"X', .

& ?;'\ ffcs 'S1iubberJColldllS' r drainage ligationoto district the United and were State.under*.to .ob reclaim < .., i.fjiF"W', ..

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:. & &*.. w a.k.Ip' gala "l.. . the Everglade out of It .. II'. .
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a "Alr' eomplpain
,* ,._' "r t\II1Mt. xteeds.of: sale. of lands the -*
q .' rnrxB oomcnrioK l.lr. eknvi ftdle J, Out
tl' ..' ."0"t Uen, la alee etae atjr*, Werth elleV ? --r ADAPTtDFor ants in this suit alMare.-that few land .
''Ii" ROYAL ]. ". tnM ..brakefndta.. [[ have actually been .old. that.the trustees '.- .r' "r'." r-a +Wr'RA hMyJi, 11, -r.Y '"
M .. 14 Utiie. te h>rs r s i..i, aLee. W* tk have not tried to sell land* .for
VBIVB or noun*" TABO cou PTioihUiM.. drainage purpose' that none of the : z :
flll
.
l fcrse>***>steefa/fia"> fr.Ha.... .W8lt.li.flmmt lue.KlJh ..mmt Item** SS Mtm Your taxes on the drainage lands held by ,Fer rs

the state have been paid and that all . .
** > d "reaeHr I. free pla his; >.g,.. .1. w .
Mew fUmilmt+ftmtmlm laclinj w-uV the drainage work so far accomplished ., r r
.. gwk
er tn. .. Write t.1.L ./. State has been
by 'taxe on the '
supported Please ) that the. Armour line of 'fettwser. I* w
SOJlllCa UOTAL PALE IVTJIS =..aIEtt'4 small remern >er
'Ct" i wz. Ae* o_ Vie.M land, thai proportion these _of privately 'owned- COMPLETE.''... Biaaufacture fertiliser of EVERY kind for t'
land generally. are '' masrnfactor handle EVERY l
still'unreclaimed and have only a EVERY .erop"ar4'ad1.We' or . y

E- EJEI speculative. value.,and that the burden 1. :fartUiier material.aaving> .j rseognfand. toI'I'OW'f:
x. r jj, of these taxes i*'ao onerous that 'numerous aKG4Inoar'
A dmi a1> fertilizers. \- '
Oar lastncttve aUlega land buyer have.been ..compelled '
to' forfeit-their; holding,for .(..Tb..Arniioa>t+'J'eJttI11Ht'I.Works is Justly recognised":bandVV -

BlUtftt.IMSA aae1 eelI7 Price Lirt non-payment.of taxesB,these-now .quarter 'for*,finest f grade. of;,*teamd.,bon4 'flour,raw. boDe
unproductive and{(:worthless lands.. mad,'dried blood,'blood and ben*,tankage our animal
y# a..r .- .It.I* ;claimed.In-tie. '-tiu.th$; 'ti. fertilisers based,OB these-materials Ldd eropmaxerethreughout

r 4 ....r.r nr.w. ... V V.: SEND FOR trustee-acting as > the. 'Board-.. of I. ,-tb*)eonntry .*>OUTJ special"''Florid*formulas, developed S
u.: .r M rw.r DralnaM. Commissionervhave obligated durlq.nrl7 80, i'snd study of Florid A
THEM .TODAYSEED years
,themselves .
millions
dollars-for the.ednstructton.io'ler of dralnfag V .of Vcrpand conditions can.be counted;oa.to get'ALL tiie profit

r w - i win-net'drainthe : t_ ..
Nan ttl rarCtass are OK l lands .of the'Everglade nor -make ckemlcal *
FOXw11Zer8.fry
4 ..,... WITH H T *
.f' KS\V*! 0 JACKSONVILLE, ,FLAAT tinur'and 'that they.haY.'DO.mePtl' to , J'oa>+=,II..rli''O r. _. in:::ojferod purely min rQ or t'a

: "LV S J:' -.r construct drainage fworks-wbida.w1II. .d 'chemlcal.fert1llMn' We-get the world's.fineat.material* for n
.. Aere make:th.1snd-of: those parties* nt brand* by.bnyittg h..qu.ntlt1e11..rec from -producer
....... .......... . .'.. . ... for settlement V;:::and.V eoltinton/:and ; these atmot; favorable,tineas. .Wo'KNOW,'our.:materlaj;are-best fep.

that by tJl nse of the said taxes alont ,;,qu.Ubr .e1Ll ; ,whea.,it reache..our.rla. U ,rigidly ., .
} LCgD1eS With NitrA-germ y4S PINEOLA ; itrrwonld'require more 'tban:twenty anlys.d' brotnr-WII'upedaIl.trabtid chemlta> .Thejw ma-
.1
{ ". years to make'tbe lands of-com: ,
: 'terIab! are\ then 'double'cured, screened' ground and blended
' plalnaats"flt for settlement apd eultivatioathat'aaid : forpesbu'mp daring our long.experi- ,' .f"r
R'ea Jato. erop.-maJd.g
{ Fertilizer Bills 'GROU DMEST : commissioners have' 'tdey.69i .
s ce. NE ,i l .cj.and .hd7"'" kaah u.d.: Fall. deerlptl \
rradulentlypreteaded to Aorrow.Jt '
,' f u\-f 'ZiftI J'')iTr.it.1.rf &or-l -.III-np a *.- "7** '" .li".' 'aieil;1Ol and loans.or advances from the said-'trQi + '. 1D'e ,a ,:.bookitt.-c"vc. f" :' 'I' H. '' ni ,

.1,. n. *w&RrztffSSsx S3 the *d"r tile CA. .. ; .
I : 38S&5K J lands, and now;owe and claim i'" ': , .' r. ,4:0
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.. "r-with .. .u .la Proper rotaUOD *STATE CBEIIISr8&N i.TSIS.. .to ewe to said trustee approximately. '; '' lhe g"rI' sawed .6. .io every Florida grower for j\.kfl.

|i tf. gty r.i\".'t. Merle NJtr..er--sold and potaab will .P PNYiou.lr aukaayalhN.she Much to tb..olL pll__ + Curb mat..l.v.. ,'par turf?. :."..thetef and bar*no nean .': "f' .rt yt SO., year; bone."..More- than 100 ))00 ton "
> 101- !: .the'sald abount an4CADDotJlepcay.&b..me and'Bon* ,Tankager have ac\1IaI17'been'JIMCI'
apaylat abns at Dltro.. hue add + r-< ; 'I".f1''of''Ann.u.BIood. il"l.it1
; nee .
.rUlI. Moistore 2.H coat 48a "" .
a' .daoecl per *
la am.u.4 .. .. ; -and.that their own :1 &a
.t ::: a r..n.d..ry rasa u 10 tk. pber._' wb.n D.t . d____r..'&27 percent' debts and bolgiation amount to more brHioriaa of ."+ } .-,a' .- rf \ .

. -.;/,* j r"""'. than'42,H)0/)6Qt.and that they have :4nnDU"a P'eYtil terG ate>riells. TatMsnnulTis.j.": .

;,' "' . Jte. t6tYtr;? ct. of Fanserstm HdArgef We atl DIRECT'.(pfr ... 110 -neans to pay any"of saJd OBount* ; ... .\. ".J ,..- ...+w--"r. amid tasT Isttst'f'eeclsS ... X \ t
." a and other finely '.cmn't. tpayt *.' <-" Stock cataIIII 1 ', cJ"
.. ; .N giowei* ground or .
,.. "rnn r .Ei Ppultr
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limestone. -
Ia..M. I. . u- f .f ..( ; } ." \'
,. : ;' 'l W Veal_ lVllttts.m....0. Qfir.IIU1e _1"W.. . .It*,anatydsii HIpHEB.tbsaany .* I}'f t .J.: .D'm..YO., . ".Sprayp" .ji.vd, ,"";....' r =lime1=' T '. v .qA(4ortcltt12 ..." '"i-i

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'; 'i'. .. ,MAV'1l__ ,... .-; .JIu. .- We Ttoep 'ia our OaM' ,\;10th.1 , ;,}; i J' : t'P"1,..: j'r<:}}::
_. . . 'v".J'erUUstno.: .
j I '.,I.. .1.- "_.- several 'hundred ,tea 'ground ., 't ;
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prompt ,
+ -:"1< .W. r. few ,. NW. ills b.'lntrA..em'. 'u.J . We wiU;SAVE'..yo.a':.1,11m1d., ; ''at" hav.office,;of 1,.theI. I 'fI'.IIlx, ..... t.'..::1", ._, "U, t Co.-t4 Ma\1-.....,:: ._.. .. mpteV., ..,.ttI. .QuaUt7i'K'1J. : .Un, '.' -. ,..,ii.
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i fwtlle.w kalati e..1. die..'.profit.and'gi ve 5 I s,4: 't v. : .r
.: lrt'f. _M a.ew.tla Iw tR : you abt 1 a .:. 1 J : t ii-v. 'r.!. y .J' :
.. -, "" :'I' t seas 'at3! .,aolntely .th.C..UmNtoD.{I. '
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Ill A HARD FOUGHT GAME Out HICM y SCI OOL" GIEL1OUTLAYEDTIiEIil3 I .. 'XZ '''''' i. /." J.I," ,made;';Int4.>frea-tomato .
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; ,ORS BX"7t SCORBDF 7 t0'E' Jot id the Canning Club t .'' .... ,Ii.v "
JIII&teeibr-th*,quart ata.10 cent* "f"IUj P'W:1.I; "j' '" 'o\-'Ii''fi. 7'T'. >.
( Weald,loam not DD1r'hoW.to..plant h. ''., '"' .., vTt' ," ',/-q ) .
quart.,':. I.se 1 lt. ,; old ., '"iJr y6if'' 7 i" Toar
local ',. Thi and tomatoes, but also other ..tor At .L.y'..... W, -.." ?llli eee '
at. eau that .
Omidvrmbla th. ram..ong In the'-.Valaice.' grow" ** \ ." ,,.. ;* '5 , ell*,you..IO.f.l';
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shoved n the 'flrU' ,buket',MIl gemni. enthusiasm of th*;.'.pcttorf:''WasI'B, cI.. also'thought It would (iv* .*Soon after my tomato,wr off.ordtroydmy 'It 1111l1iBJ6ihliul N IWI I4vr.To.i\underr ary} peraoaal nyiaery t\
bounded when Carolyn* Fripp threw me' aor* knowledge of bow".tojdlyaM.preAervesuonQ', mak okra t and'p** ,,bgan f. ,}t. : < !, back gmaraatee that eV spoonful WUtfi { >'

Saturday afternoon, when, 'the high another field,goal'aDd a.foul on*,Orlando :other to bear. ,;'Mr okra bgaa'tqr bear good 1i ' LIII., IrI .d h eIaIa i>yeu *l gglsa'live*..better.tbaa a.

school t.t teem won*from the high completed the score. "* thing, besides tomato**. Jcjsjy, about July 12' aad "J iith* "p** :;"about ;t > !J; ;;' : :' '' ":oi a*sty eelonMl sad that It.woa**,J' ,.

school team of Orlando, with a The work of th* girl representing ?ground.was-fer-iefected supposed'a to mall beabout .July 23.",On August 2 I planted some I. J..t-N.. 1.tr': .h.lnr .;:lhierl1.i: ii! mak you ajak.gr.-. >' \J'" r ,4'"'.'<" -f. ,
;
0x" '
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score of 7 to 5.The' Osceola showed a marked i improvement place Just"back of our hour, and peas:.! my tomatoes: re.TJae7.' 'flM.aa4rehrfalf, .;ygnr 'Wodc d H(Dedwa'.:?IJ car.'Toa* ;1*Vrltnadielne. Hva: :1)' :
bori'abont'8.pt.mba.23.: > W ..:.You'll
*, know It nest
1DOC1IitIC.i'1.
teams were well matched, Orlando sine the last gam* and 'assbl- "
having somewhat the advantageof able ,comment of the fight favor-I. which had been a chicken yard After thlr-vine*;jfor. baywwortB,about"?_ ...tb.f' because'you .will'wake;;.p i feeling.dnuyomr. t .'.
I had my tomatoes planted.on the cents. ) :
The'p.as between th 'okra .11. willb"w.rkr'
t
and from first to last the Amy Makinson center, and Carolyn JeaWr .'It:aaba'you sick end ,M-dnh.ra '
weight plot, I found that It was only 30x86 lasted until :Aogutt'2, " !* -' ". sad,-d1Df,,goar',stomach ,,
game was hotly ontested. Fripp and 'Percy Oliver forwards, feet Then I selected another pipoer I hav'learned that -vegetable an you Calomel.may loo Is a day warn or"yy f-aIoblJ.--fV kveet aa4boweb, regular..11.* $t :' : ''/
mtrsry'
The ball was KUiimmee'i for the were frequently heard among the back of the barn as there wa 'no be I ; "
used In many They not ? I t
way Dodso. Mttrly ;
minute and the team workof Others maintained that { which J. ,1M of', the boll.eraebaI'.Jato Liver TOM 11i' >yep r ,
first ten spectators. other upleee convenient. It wa 60x22 only can b* canned'but ar;.ful in Calomel Mratr" bile!.Ilk* tablejltherefore-,karmleM and ean"act; t I

too locals resulted in a field goalthrown the guarding by Norma Griffin and feet other way.. Sweet potatoes*not only dynamit*. breaking It ..( .That'*-whs* salivate. Gift it ,.to 'your ,mUd '
by Carolyn Fripp. Then they Mary Tiller was the feature of the My ground back of the bam was can be mad into piss 1 but, cooked 'you fool that-awful nua'and cramping.Ultea MillioB'eIpeople .are if Ming*odaon'. 8,'

they lost eight of caution and were game, while Violet Bullock who played sandy but that back of the house.was plain. rvd'With butter or gravy to met 'If you want to enjoy Liver.TOM Instead of dangerous eaIoHn, '

fouled twice. It was Orlando' turn running center was highly praised better, as it had been a chicken. yard baked ,.and:many-otherwdys.,, :Some the v ktV'i gentlrl d llvr tad>'bowel BOW.\, Your,druggist'Will tell'you tkatb "$'

to suffer then and the first half closed for her quick decisions and rapid exe some tlm previous of tbs recipe I bah used ar*:: ',' ,lOI .' P4 sale of CaJosMl, U almost rtopj-d '.

with a couple of foul. in the local's cutions. As I had only< enough tomatoe to ,.".Tw..iuarts;tomato**., J- cup cream. ''pl.lw l W opteiedLires entirely br*....li1*'. ."' .w.,,.' "! ": .,"I' 1 !

favor.In Miss Ines Carson acted as umpire,' plant the smallest plot, I planted the I pound, sugar.,! pound: batter;!! h. .

the beginning of the second half with Adah Louis Simpson as ref largest to okra.-between the 'row* "of' teaspoonful s".i i,.rr alice':toasted CATTLE SHIPMENTS LAST TEAR ': FARMER AOtTMAN Itl ANNOUNCES;> :;
it was everybody1! ball when a field eree. 'So delighted wa M. Tiller with which I planted pas. j jTh bread.. Clean temtoea.t cook.them lastowp&a

goal was thrown at a result of a series the result of the game that be bah- smallest plot I had plowed about'10 4:mlnnte* (adding .r V'r FROM; KISSIMMEK 'HEAVYvllbat :d oa/a'BI:CITY'COUNCIL-JO 1 $'h "

of spectacular passes by Orlando queted the entire team to oysters in disked i and dragged. It was plow.Jdeep Malt, butter;and erem)-.., rom to f !" ,-'t' : 'ft1.'fi.. ., ;'ft1"" sir ; . i it'P'.r'f bst-f,

followed, by a foul on Klsslmmee. and the evening. with a two-bores plow and disked a'boU", and;hsq,popr)\
-. -' with a small disk. T'w 4..w"w: >\:tti +.cattle .Mctioa)1 of ,th*'*tat*i"d..utratecl..bJ'.a known naldeDta.ot'tJaq city, who baabeen 1

The plot back of the barD bad bad ::. Pried Green,Tomatoe* -TwoVdoiengreen '1 report which was ld.ntlnd with the balking of.r;

STEPS TAKEN TO PROMOTE which he outlined and the work ahead' the of strawberries in It, and they had been tomatoe cleaned and, cut,into 'recently mad*. br....;EvaosthsBounty'damoaetratlonag.nthIch KI.-.. for. a period of,,thlrty-nv. *; a

crrrs COMMERCIAL INTEREST the organization spoke on worked all the time *o I had nothing fvf?'about a.quart r4-Of i,' w Xlneh b* yea rs/' and wa'cap,of'those assisting i
bulkhead project a* the moat Import done to that excepting to dig hole in thlcIr..,:, >iD' tb* slices la a, mixture of gathered from' hi*;"print. Infrma- nvlte incorporation a.long tlm ago,,

ant. He thought that' the "sooner which, I drop.,my okra ,My,, two *ggb atonlweU;withra-balf teq'YiWIQnktpments. of this,aatur ba*:mad up' his:imIndto..nterrpoli.<

(Continued from Pace 1) "we get to work the better and pea I planted with a drill. teaspoon of *alt aod;'a::ltl) *
urged Immediate action on a per. 11I.ed a*fertiliser for my tomato**, aDd two POund.'of er amiaf stirred during.th.j six 'month:from ''Julytl. make bis announcement. assa.eandl: i I '

blood to further any great movement. manent organisation. At this June okra and peas. w.lLt-tor.' tbyi(have.been>dropped 191, to D.eember,191e'the shipment data for City.;Councilman i',lD.hia.hw klng

"The old meq are too conservative tun. City Attorney OBryan arose My tomato plant wr grown la1 a toto. thUvH roll 4;'them.1 In''crumb;Md of fdnt to,Texa*j aad fi.Louisiana, to the papU,"1'a}. > i.AgJ& -

careful sometimes lose and set aright some Impreasloni that mall hotbed w* had jut east'of oar drojr' them. U.a skilled-cf bot greaM s.Ung1o b. Kltmmv r*chod the maa ortamlr'Bd a. latroductbw,

often too : and might have been made a* to the City .baro. It.wa* in the open. 11,planted or buttsr : Let htem try tantil brown .big*gore of,,11, 10, bringing M avr-1 but lie.Just d *lrM tb* poopU to know

their' nerve are not 'plungers Council'* action regarding the bulkhead seed In rows about six inches apart. .t1ashId.AThey,' ar? dHciou ;-'. ar.'dgiZ5 pr bad.''; that>be:want- .i.Job,aad If he,tovcboMnt ;

therefor dodge big issues unintentionally H. showed that tb. city solon I placed five ctaka* ia the bed on*'',in 11:;jrot,'a>bontfed06poundi; \;'of-."vege*, period of 1915 *'.'FortaeauaoI., as.on* of tbo aldrmanle board.,

and it take the young bloodto had worked successfully on this mattor the center and one:at each v corner,. table: off lII },..: *used abaci lag a.woaderfnl daaw.s;*, ('that h*:will aWl the offle .to tb* bt of

stir things occasionally aid until at tL* present' time the over. which I placed sacks.whn thai I 123 qQfte. hom*>utd sold about 141 ..i',1.i''f''oI'.Jj1, 1..4'-) ',h5 his ability in'giving.th*'pooplo of uW t '
up building of the project' wa 'in the was danger of frost Frost one went, Mtt wIJJ'.aJac BMtinr'to--wt city a busweis-lik* adminUtratioa of
to Join in the quarts -.-I,e&UI'.bod'.U.'Dfth. ; \4"j,tot ; \ .
the speaker promising hands of three propert,- den along through the sack .and ;frostod dth' 'affair 'H.,.seta for 'th*. kva-'
;vegotabl** and fruit+_qkTbocoat ,:,: that th r* ar* at present fiftowilarg*I public *" :
and give hi. hearty up- the lake-and right now these are being tope of my plant I thought it would I In'.th
movement of.my.work;*-was-\about dipping vate.,k/operatloa It,Ja. tb* -:of.a/.l.l. the[w hit voters *.
!looked after in order to preventany hurt them but it did not.* aw laves IZM: not 1 counting'vent-Of groundor eonay..whitetwo-nor: araia-coun March .. d11! f.1.i'
. ,
serious legal) obstacles which cam on. About month after,they ' ,.. .. ,.. -
city
of
Col. Lewis 0-Bryen, attorney cost cn.Ent ground was $1 of coastractioa 4 'f, .;/7: i"e.> "
called upon to make a brief might com up in this matter, and were planted' I transplanted.. :trf aDd..ot.canr added-mad.:spy f It isa the dutr>of/*.b j'''-tlairvote ,:

talk being encouraging in In whichb that through the effort of the aldermen +, the ?" pen** -.ryl .1'O'aboat..e. .,...J,' : .. ,... ." 'la tar.city lcti p.'To.i oto }

also, referred to tthhtoi. that it the bulkhead wa practically an I had my tOmatoes 'okra and pas* my tenth acr*, hawing. m* .Bt profit . ,. I vx a,'mut pay jfpur n 'Ii .
_
assured fact "If the cultivated When necessity. U Bosibl*, .. .. '' " teu I tlat,day.'
took the man to tart something property ownr 0: S2t1Lsrt.< f MtJrAd ;ry : '. ''T. ,1 day F *
young and triad to keep them .' < 'V '
hoed.
ft
be to in '* I 'canaln 1
and then agltatioa can persuaded com oa i did not do any *; of toma. .
aDd work. complimented the the _.at.a&W the City Attorney About thro row ,of: tomato*: t 'auntil'about lul,,..Then, wtb f 0 F ? 110Ttt7111'OR3.rir.MAft 4ti1',;- ': '

men" for what they had don. in "there i* no reason why the eon- kept pruned sad staked but the ret the hip,of,jj oar. much>apprciatd A.vflti". ti, -. . '". ;;- 4..t .VJ ,; ,
"old I did not I found that ehi'Ia .<
plant which I "l'l+ 1tl.'L j
:*.
--.f
tract should not be lgnd'WlUiia tea county agent Mia Smith;I caaad U
the past spoke for the of benefit the great of the possibilities community - day-" kept bon.rimed. and staked, .andirakod( quart"ot tomato, laYglaa Jar and ) -'. i '.: ;.- 'i i.i-.'. i '. 'i.ae' .-St" =00'."/'e,' ierPi., .. .

;KiMlmme what could be .- Attorney Zack Baa offered'hid '- tomato**, sound and per nlldlx No.'! .tia.caas,wit*' tom- fj'a+oczi .Damr'Ml' : Jf oIs'J- .whoQua ;'
of ; feet but that th*Bother* brought.m* Otherl.g.tablu'anned .r '' .. ,'f ,1 o. Ilardj ra.
the
of operation
methods complimented wan 'S. '
young '
A.rt : : '
the but .j Aos.st.ad
ompUhed by proper more tomatoes smaller ia sign ; \ : Jeer. IT. tll '.tIT.
and promised his men foremost In the movement urged "Vrha nvigUs Jar of weet,., *ix No. ..' k1.1' 1 Nw-1IN. for Sit of loll I aaa son- '-
co-operation powibl asses them to get busy, and felt that it wa finding any tact or wo aaon 2:tina of bean and flv* glace Jars of orAThetQasallt smo. Ian, wm I bdattb.Ir.tseat .. ... Lots and Jtf" .; Lot I .c ", t'
la every way my tomato, I had them '
anee sprayed bans;:.I learnd vary meek that day fe..le t I. tae "
Fred not good taste to criticise the old TV baink.n.CMeiwa.d .
was followed by Bass with arsenate of load and Bordeaux, _. .
O'Bryen -- ot only bow to pack and ,
.xeadaY.
remarked Tour year ago I Board of Trade until the aw Cham- mbttll.0\ . Fe.1NbnSeary Ip/1nT of Intention make '. -'Proof*
who : what ber of Commerce bad shown that it other.tables la tin cans and glas* ltoo. tra8-'I_ .f aa7 etber ... w to eetablleb claim-to the land above **. "
tried to show the young blood lath later part of,'JOB'th* 'dry MceptacT aDd bow tbat peqr-t, '
-procs aadoUer. ata7 before tbqsonic.iii'
was needed; that It wa* tlm for them could improve oa the work don in weather, root-knot and hot,aun turned ,but aU bow to,cam wt com, =mar.u.. "..,QOi. ,.w. rNay. 9SS IItoIt'i':1II", tfSSl.,. oar' I', '
*\
the Ernest Green 3 d' .
past. aa'pt- t t
doing suggested ten:
There wa nothing my tomato plant .7Pll.. which ttt
Softer -y
to get busy. 'mTb*Canning Club ha helped m* In .. "am 'win ', ,
"
but I do believe BOW, that the organization be perfected they oonr died i----** T : 'IP .- of ok_ 5s-\. ,
at that time many;"y* such a* boar to mak lly, .- ,' '1 11. Willis i ,
- that they are coming to It, and you and uixm motion of T. S. Oliva/the May2.Thqto ,harvest 11I7 tOmaloea fax all vegetables la tin cans, to .uataap Yb. B a t.itio '"'' ..Is Owes P1Irf.ofIL 0 ; .

can count on m* b.l>Mf with you in Chamber of Commerce wa formed..' '. possible being heartily It wa decided to bav a nomination When I gathered tomatoes..to soli I 1t lnaay'enjoyable -Iait.'li.. = *"...' (h.= .
very manner mmittee to--._r. 'found tend beAt : ,>**ti4fn.VJIn ; ..,._I tj\! ,..w. .
aVor movement uader way .annotated any not, sound..J'kept them to"tDria ", ':1..I"J'r. '' tIlb t.he.a f'
la f of thf . .,. .. l.rlzg
1,1JJ.
'
1. D. Flint f lt that the old Board of fleer*, with the, result,that Attorney ', .-. .c, n. : -; .. ;1.. loApg. ." tlea ;'
v T
'What'lt often Bass. Dr. Witherspoon sad Cot Lewis "" ,'" ':i."" -, W'c.' t..roe. e ao4lwd1.1r" 1 1 .t !
moq Rail
Trad. ti Dow ; .
termed la oh-communities a* the O'Bryan mad. up a slate whieh,.wa ; : o .,".v.'' ,an......eoL..,.7....Iatl", ,, ; t PL r
KJSSJMtEE'S
"baebeeas.' ',Wow It !**up to the I submitted and' elected without oppoition. eent TT i.or reject Nar4 swan_. o r e'a.U.tll...light.',Address.t. .t1-. ".,. ..b.' ; .. ;

young .menthe city .to go ahead aI .,'" .' J J l'lfJ ; i :5 .: au bide tea j "\)h.1' 1 1Y0T1C IO'b oar

aDd work In accord for one purpose -, OffleonlBoeurldatV rtt s ; i H 8f'HBR #*,%.;. ad.a Public J i ,,r AJII' J"'N ". .
.
UN
all Interests for "Pledgerviccspresident. \Jt.-
the advane*went; of H > 'a .II O, _, t ,;-": it'w da, 0 .1. .' ..
the most good of all people la thl*.,*ectlon. *,I Gay: JUvlagbm7.,.' Behest r rh dI .riH-JeIa" tt s%em ..IIa. '
,' $ ,$0 Green;Fred f Bs;uecrtarT-trasur. q1 S ,rtB ST1M .' W, .,*"*vttcto *:f'i'Jii, .. 'f. '! r -eerl.ra. .yrto
i I ( r en, Alan J. MacDononghexecutive &Wft 1nVTfo 7?\. :' A'--a, oooedaeaee 1&w.."".:.'' ;- "i,, -' '-' .'
f John8.Cdel], who 1* at present I 'J' ) paid CertUlt. ..bf'4el-tb f.ilw, 4
eerotary of the Board of Trade cited I committee, J. M. Thompson. J, 8.Cadl '*_-. .I"J'\l *'.,'. .!,*-! ll.'lt"7H *-. trel t0 be by'ktiaeat'ibe'Aanrsl *, 4ortbed lands lylnr.and, blTUvate .,. X

the fact that the old trade body wa i 'A. a. Nelson committee 'on '- ," !. the '
practically a thing of the past--if not constitution and b-I.., Hon. W. B. Kisslmmee 1s receiving,hr, share I 8:20 the, Florida" Limited of ,;8e4 PAX"t'.U ,4. held at' the. t 0' '.. ., Loth ..e.,t) of Block tsTlrrdle. .'Msn1ujr:: '.
th* ,.,
., Crawford Attorney Zack Baas and of the Corapaay at Kleelmraeo, F rl4a. eta .Lot.1'III '
last pees.H. thousands
dead it wa on its Max P. of tourist that are boaftI.I..'the nm station Bothof Monday, Fokraanr-. 1.1T at Itea.O'CI9Ck "., / t'f. :> !'r-Ji'' .ct "'f!t
Morita.
felt that this condition was to a great' Campaign committees coming to the stab dally Strange thus train are an steel oqupiment. a, u. for the election of Dlreo- The.sale )darn being aoeeee a 1'Je! 'tk..yp >v
measure due because the organization -, were then announced by the face are to be soon on the streets carrying cars .east and tON sad for the t..etlo..f.each names of,Charlie Tbonipeon at tpeate :d ,>,,

had very little "young blood"among : president who will get busy and sol the hotel and lodging houses ar filling west std eis. AW* Coaat I otber fore said business meetln\v a* .mar brought. be- Unleee of issuance said o.rtiaoat..hall of said'p..tioate.. I .14.'."I'F .,.l

its m.mben-men who wouldbe i icit member. for the organization.Meeting up, and it i I. a Binteresting eight lAne train carrie a Pullman car, conv I 11.1t W. D. .CRAWyORD, 8.oretsry.xowics deemed according to law, TN" Dee r 1'i
Tonight to tee the stranger leaving the trainsupon taming will lem* thereon on the "UlJotV.tr 'io"
everlasting on the job. He thoughtthe Oa For on* drawing room two compartment 1'i .
movement was a good one offering -I: Immediately after the band concert their arrival in the city and one and tea section from Nw or aPIICIAL WAITnvsgAL1 rebraarr.Witness A.my IX 1111.and.taeW'eeaL: '.t

his assistance in any way in' a meeting of the new Chamber of cannot help note the systematic manner York to the east coast aDd one for'the this.tbs lth band Januarr..-A. ..; 3 :as
in which
the live and, Commerce will be held all are cared for by the west The Seaboard Air Lin. carrie "'orvTimaTtRiDT.Tit'i.C/:
order to give Kisslmmee on Broadway, obliging citicen at the railway sta Pullmaa j. u IF
wide-awake commercial organization: when the committee on constitution tions. While this 1 a containing a drawing room, I tinder cad by vlrtae of a neat decreeof Clerk Clrealt Conrt. .O.oeoia' countr,,,jjW
not really considered two and aia In the .
compartment ton ection foreoloeure In acer ease State of Florida.
which she should have. He took advantage and by-laws will make Its report. An a tourist town, at the same Service of this kind 1* appreciated by Circuit Court of Oeoeola. _.,,. Florida \" v.rt. "
to compliment the members Invitation is extended to all citizensto time hundreds'of strangers ar* here the traveling and ,wnereln H. M. Steen aa complainant '
public those
arriv '
of the present Board of Trade for the be present on this occasion. very .season besides the "regulars' ing in XlM&nmo. ar* load In praise .,kr and biuband Anna Borer wore and.Cha"...K.Boron. I.a . I. ClIIC1Jft'sOa T rrTaa' Or. '

good they bad don. In the past- Ofleera Make Request who com at this season of the year to of the treatment accorded by the railroads Special Master bare- taken obarr < XE.

showed some of the results obtained, The Chamber of Commerce wants spend a few month in the finest section ' entering the state a* well mm of and will offer for sale to, the highest peed U. .. Ce.eia/ea.4 e: .r.'J I

and gave much good advice gainedby the following information to keep on of Florida. : the shorter lins J ,Florida bidder- In for Klestmntee.sash before Klorldej.the durlnit oonrthonsedoor the P.et..a .....-.a etk'a

experience .. to the manner in file at Its headquarters on Broadway From all indications Florida will eva' hours of sale on Monday, the Ith casual Ctoeedt Oeeeela OewatrissnnnnwweTtv In W. y i,;,
have all her record broken In the dar of rebraarr. llt. the followin* "i. vt 1"
shouldbe for the benefit of the *
which Chamber of Commerce public: '
a number of who visit the MAJORITY PROPERTY-OWNERS deserlbeditroMrlir. situated IB 0.0.-\\ -1 fttl. 4Tl i
people state
conducted to achieve the best result The name and address of all placesin durnig the winter months. The county Florida. and .described .as foBe It ..p..rlnr afmdivltappend.dto f 7 <
particular stress upon the city who have rooms to rent -r at FAVORABLE TO BULKHEADContinued low. to.wltt the the above-etatwi {
*, laying l Influx from the north, east and westIs .lnDln..at apointOne Bnndred canoe that Rose H. Potter.*,the -:4.-> :J'
.
th. fact that one man alone could for light housekeeping purposes. taxing the hotels and railroad A not do the work-every individual The address of all hotels and boardIng conservative estimate has it that the Addition of Block t& the"W Town of H. ofK'fJ +pce dent of the State of Florida,, and -1*

member must be "on the Job" at all houses who will take boarders by Land of Flowers and Sunshine receives ( From Page One. ) City, pin West along Mabbette Street a resident of lI.eoU.D. Street.. -1 '
time if 1* desired. the week or month.Th. dally 10,000 ...nt.t..o and One-half (T1H) feet burg. State of' ,New Tor, +.r' then \
success people passing One Hundred and ..*.- ,t6ntll',
thenee North t.
ly Interested and this had age twent7-on. 7.
Gay Livingston expressed himselfas names and address of all persons through Jacksonville. Practically all paper several ry.flre [ITI) feet thence East -... fore ordered thai said eon-rce ...eddf.ndaat 'f\.1 ,
being heartily in accord with the in and about the c ty who employ of the hotel in Florida or a great signatures affixed up until.:"- two and One-half (71 r V4> feet. thence be and ii I. hereby r..uirsty!(
.
meeting, giving his support and all labor advising the number of many of them, at least have added to I terday. It I* very likely that a special Booth(n) feet One to Hundred the point of berlnnlnir.Al .l t)-.II. to appear to the ball.,Y of _m.laJlIC..tr.; f'
laborer their accommodation., and meeting of the Council will beheld bertnnlnsOne Hundred (Item> Bled 'n aid cause or before.Won't.ti.. ''II
believing wanted report
time necessary for its success; and the kind of labor o the ith dar of March. A. D. 1.1T.otherwise .
of needed. from smaller towns are to the Beet I I at any early date to receive .the feet West and One Hundred and Reven- dar bill .r''\t
that the amount young the allegations of said
proper tyTe Mil) feet North of the Southeast f
blood in the organization would infuse All other information that that the visitors are there in Treat I report of this committee. corner of BIOf1cw" of H.'A. Mat.thews will be taken aa confessed by Said. i
wish the you numbers more than experienced on I City Attorney Lewis 'a, Addition tote Town ofKlselmtsenee defendant. pj 'it
such to give results. public to know
enthusiasm *
a learn
or Hon- .,
North Two into
wee'dMt It le ordered that
previous Reservation for the
the inquiry at years. when asked a* to the status of the A)rJ: tbenoe W..t Seventyewe pablr.bccI ,fJ,
J. W. Thompson thought upon our headquarters.MILTON in Ored ($ der be one a week "for
had done \ season many Instances *r* mad in situation, declared that there was b4 ..-balf (T1itI <.., thence ,tour consecutive week In- the 'KJ.- 't'":
the old
of board
member PLEDGER
advance and it Is safe to Bay that the ,, some opposition on the part of com South T.e 00) feet .ft" slmtneo .Valley Oasetto. a newspaper ,
good work in the future, but that President. stranger will find more to intere.tth.m th.noe But Seventy-iwo bed One-tl.1t In Said and ..
published county btatev (1.f.
property-owner, but felt that this t. the pl&oe of beginning. .
II
,
more would have to be done If some than before a* every effort I.1 U\U This .rd dar ot.Jan r\rr.. 1.1T.'' .
I might be overcome In a limited time. Also beginning at a point ,
them- 081.'hu.1iUI
J
younger men had identified being mad to furnish these with attractive and ( WOYKRSTRBIBT.
LECTURES dyed and Seventyons
CROOn IN It U not the Intention Clerk GonrtT
REV. city's to Circuit
selyes with the body. A member of places to stay, in additionto go ( %) II North of tblll Boath..t Clerks"
the Board of Trade be said: "I hate BEHALF OF TEMPERANCE all the natural inducement that ahead with the improvement work corner of to Block the"W"Town ot H.of A.Jtt..h.m Matthews'Addition By(Circa a H. BULLOCK.Court Seal)Deputy' '.:; .'

to 5.. the old trade body go out; It are to be found ia Florida. Such a I unless It 1* aa unanlmon affair oath CItF.." West One Hundredlae (1 KRIBB8 A BTKBD. t\j
baa been responsible for many good Rev. C. W. Crook, who was appointed treatment will be accorded them that part of the people who .-TiCal- thence North 1I1ft.UI''. and 0ntilt Solicitor>for Complainant. Ht; '} :j
by the Florida Conference of all Making the mild climate of the ly affected. Nothing will b* done (q14) _t. thence Bat 0.. B1Ind. ( '
for Kisslmmee but it __' .Ut nit
thing .ppearsIt flea) fI and tlt j
the M. E. Church South a* secretaryof I which will place the mwrtcm TO cm n>rrou .
peninsular stat will be satisfied bbsUcl
to be dead, and a change 1* needed. It *o legal ** ia th. an. One-hair (5) tI to JI.
the temperance work for the state that they will return and bring more the way of the .which > of b *inMewin 1..4 -
!. for all to work honest undertaking C.ea17 P 4
9 necessary before mbrmod in lot one <1)of Block Goon ef des? .
': and' honorable, and Instill new life of Florida spoke representative people with them next **aon.ExeeOemt now seems an assured fact H* **ld' -W- of utfMatthew.-Addito.'t. the C.eaey.. Slate '.f isae .cJI.
oil audience Sunday, occupying the Train Service further that a* soon at th*' property- Town .f t..
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aDd interest IDth. community, -;
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pulpit in th* First Baptist Inaugurated owners tbalr wiQlngne t togo m'lT IIIeCatf 't "
the speaker after which h. out- Palatial'train service has been expre* "+- },
lt'lt'ld some of the many big thing the morning Bad the Methodist by the big -line coming ahead it will.bs a matter of.,,only ,_ rSNml Master la. Asa.-It Tp.AU ,.Creditor.' Legated:'Dlstrlh"";
b done and five a little in- Church ia the evening.Rev. into Florida. Th Atlantic CoastLine a few day before'the contract :could i Je4t. . Ij tf.y i tea and All Pereone,"Mavln*' Oelmft *-.... <"fl'I
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Crook ha been connected and the Seaboard Air Line, a* b* signed, Hnandr\twlnr.raady. to \ Oesaaad, Aalnet, 'BeUUBata. ** i. '
bulkhead
th. project Cng'Irlean .
history .
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rv showing hat'te ).City Council of with the Umparaac work la the well hav) left nothing undone to gina iu>d rtaW.the,!protect ,,"''ijr"i nr ..A.','1. ." .lID" ron 1'. r sd''s.ab :it.you, aN.;bitvb7-:p t Ao.' t
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,3' 1 had worked oath for sons tlm and I* la doeetoIIcJa.witla..tU..p train service de lux In every par Ja aa 'dt. .. to I'pI171aIQtl'tp aclaim..'_Cl.JIe [-8..aar", .1;
M a member. Situation' in ticular. .Solid Pullmaa train are b- tat*:that' Contractor: iC; K. UIU. .)) 'h;' .r:. 1 fN .it :r I ..and desaads j'.wafell '7,.4t', .

t.bleb and.faithfully bad anil with result .this stata.,..IIs aspect to organize lag 'sad.western who'ba-bMr ia'tile etty;.tJd; week. r.ti, ,'it'fI: .'e17. oi"'f"J ,J' either of' .' __.F Av.i.eeis.aat: '
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that it taken 7011QJJuD.rnhI" pacazetJaeksavW.*.'( Both Broads < a:Ifer..t.d rtra/e: e tate-T>r; arak'." ,, I",'
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OaIItTJ1" campaign '
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very o..to tek.taeeomtr Oeoeola.
*etl'ae. late A of eoenty-ionoa. 5oai ;
blood to the .
get; f pro.Tct. :looking toward u.'.time'whoa ar vimgwitsi; oao they u. < .Co..learPe., : .I..', lnRe.I.sr.j .. adm&Mratr'I IIiC r
epttnr ycertaieato* agalast. .tb* :
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\II Where Unaneler b4 b* n MCOT. iriorid*w5lgo cb7tJtt.\ ..:,r)' aUboratea*** ofth* aerie ar propvty aba ,. '; !:.1: ('eea. .'.IIII? w., years,ill#o t .
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eel :\mCIatat.the 1 J ; great latprovo- l/Tbo CBfkftiBctianvvwftinwtv eesstnueilmg ."tbi'Ciediterl.f lotto' M.Par.M'1sk.r tf ... '.' p
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"aent.aad'. that BOW'war the Urns for novwaent I* DO'fPhotsoe.r. at. dHrrBt points' m order . ,tortt, N- 1'(", ',1 "- M t7a.1dLaknNF i.'t. i.\: ;B Doted ,J8UP1M:,A.' tT ri.' '
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.' eoacarted action along .JIMI.1 of. 'and it I* tboogbt the a state fdoratloa -. to mak*. tbiil.s vovr *".au --' "M"iMtmlNde1''pasit'ia'' <'I'1, .. "'I'. ,..: ; ,_t'.t.::!" ".J' ; ;'t ''V;'' ' '. ,w i: :, f. .'
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_ - .. .j .. .. . .boaor of Dr.-S'M.'Martintwto; '. Is J.1.\1",' \y--r 'd-,tt 41\ Io'J' :'.I.,_:,C'...,(. < .,! Inftn". '; a. ...A e. -y 4-s3.p.t1'f- L..If"r ." ,'. ,,a
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: ,: . F. J.. Van 0u er, Mrs. J.J.;Wendell! .*.*r Hateh.r:': io'blgnon3it: : .;-,flame 'K.j 1'.11.1t '
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SOCIAL CALENDAR .Mn. Anna Maaich.Frarn....} .,irfOverstreet. JVivid.,bou< t <. D'RiNG I \ST.OC. \tI)AI' :jR.'K R. 'i . ...
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.' Mrm. A.. Cotterman. ,MnH. vine)tdecorted/the/ ,rooms,;;*n, espe :C; ... I .
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evening, ate the Bart'I.', ..,.W.-M.etdi, Mr*. O.' W.SlngleUryMrs. ,. daily rttsties ,arrangement pt! "w r ; \ '
li.';; > Momorial Friday, Social by the Ep- .. J. L. Be-.,I Mrs.AM.:,/SUn tog the hall newel.- ' %'Mf }i'.The b.'I Wonderful New Creations Vine', '" ') I''J"a.t1' 'i'.1%, 't J b ,
> Ollberti-. JlVictrolalsupplied.WsU/ a .f t{
ford May, Mrs. Fred ,B. Mn ; ,
worth League. ? "
. t/ 0* Saturday afternoon Priecilla IO T. M. Riven, Mra. N. C. Bryaly'Mn throughout, '''the, hour*,. alternating 1 i k !tt .\ ."l\oIiHM r"

, Mrs. H. M. Bratton, boat Isea. L. R. Farmer Miises Lenore Vac with reading by. Dr.* MartinVsMiM .
"".. .Club. Outer and Mary Singletary. E11rab.tbAnltman,, U.len.,Winn% and 1;
.. g Sunday morning at the M. E. Ia'4 Mn. H. N. Button will entertainthe wee Jane Ma).' Late .in' the afternoon White and Checked

7 0 Church. Sermon to women. sub- I next meeting.DISTINGUISHED. M.,. Cobb:assisted, the"hostess

,.J.if" 0 tent God's Call to Woman; ,in serving a refreshing lee course. .. ".. ''M -..._. .;,4'. -.,.ut. L L'ell. l
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';! Woman's Mission to the ... . ..0..0... ... .. . ... The guest included: Dr.. 'X.rtin.Mr. '" "'' : ip:.' l .% :f I
. 9 I MartinMr.H tcB r, R.v.;and ,, -v
-Vi. 0 0 World.Monday afternoon Keramie O VISITORS'-., Mrs A. M. ChUholm. Mrs .D' G. : \ -

; ( 0 Club at the Studio. I RECEPTION '0 Francis, her mothers Mn:. "Harris, Goods: Sprine ,
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0 Monday afternoon Entre Nous I 0i 4 Mrs. S. B Aultman. -Miss Elisabeth \ rp \ ):.

..ink' e> Club Mr. H. W. Morrow, host- I *.. . . ..... ..O.O..O.* Anltman- Mn.-'J. \iM; Willsen,' Jr, : J',,'."''" ,\'.rtk-i, *
k Mrs. T. M.::Rivers, 1In.'H.'C.'Stanford. ; :, :
;' e.> eea. evening, Kissimmee .I Th. missionary Society of the Baptist :: Mr. W.-B.' Crawford, her moth ,. Take J'1.jl mfiW{ 1'

.; Mule Monday Club, Hart Memorial church gave reception at' tM ... Mrs J.'J.. May, Mr*. C.'.L;;Hyatt, at prices that win appeal to you, J .i" dbftr?* ; 1.
1 Hart Memorial Thursday afternoon Mr*. F. S.' Gilbert Mr*. Jan' lUr- / 4hH'jMA5! ; !
T' \\ji'f If' .0 building.Wednesday evening Art Ex- .I January 18th from three to Ave,. la 'lan Mrs':: R. w. Cobb and;Mis*;Nan.i .. advantage,be in helead and save move.X lWW,

.f hiblt at H(+h School auditor- honor of Mra. H. C. P.elman'con.-- - L JAdcL'7'1.. 't - Ih"P.,... ." if.''
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with secretary of the W,'-M. U, C. <' "AI" .
and closing spending .

11 i,\it? O.*.ad tarn an Friday entertainment continuing evenings.on Thursday'/. and with Miss headquarters Kathleen Mallory at Jacksonville of.BalU- ...'.. .... .aolJEBT.S."LIN.1"... ..C.4.... 'f.j ... .... .Atfcw' Timely Suggestions. That:WIU.Ca. s e :.Rowsiaj: ,>'.'if:.% : '

Friday evening, Food Sal. .more who Is corresponding' secretary . ,. ,'I, a' If, :,.!"}I"f\ '.
\: '. vacant lot at the corner of of the W. M. U, auxiliary o< the S.. .. ......... ....... ..... .... Mcl 'cfY : 12'1; :
r;: Broadway and Posalel avenue + B. Convention. I ,./-w ffit.. > '_' ' !v'"f' ,.i-a>f'A -w \orgindiu, per-erd 25c
Church. I 'tin. J. A. Barclay president of the Center enTue.daywnn jo .;..4' t .' "w.\ '
O K. D, CUs of M. E. I .' < Orange ' jt.
\J / ocietyi Mr*. H. M..Breaker and Mr*. I lag.at 8:0 ,mv'January j 1C-at the s.d.Voile.. per yard.ISJiffeU . 25C t. :.L't'''_ 10." :! J1,'1fUan
C\s! . . ... .... ..... ... ... .. O. B.' Falls received-the guests.,lad I home}of:MrT and \\In.-LntI wP1Iat, 1 Fancy .UUHI.. ) :
" presented them to the dlsUngulabed their daughter,.Kiss ,,.aulin* }I Flint 1'1 ;Poatea; IMI pre 35c .ClL .-\-r\ 1l'?''a-:1.tft"r; ,.,;. .. +'
visitors. The following entertaining I and Ivn ILl Roberta wer married the I'. 1M l' .1'-
t. : '." ...... It .: program was wellTenderedl eerviee beinir'; performed'-by''Rer.'KG.\ ',; ; .Check per arcz 256 'l'V,' ;" ,1" ...,.'..<."lv 1t I, ,' .
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c ;k HART.MEMORIAL SOCIAL 4Jf Piano selection. Miss Ethel WIld Spahr'MTb.w . 7i!*\* ."",-.' on L.w.&IIlUlU.y+ ,
., Voles P. K. Weaven home Affair and th*"yovagpaoplexleft '':. r4 t schecX (Ia alba) 15c 'f+ r .
) -*****. . .... .. Reading, Mn.'J. E.-Lopfer.: ; for KlMirame.t the",*to Llneola upend /*Hva few.day' Thebride a*l .: t, J :, .'f'J"'i" :. ''x.'f S
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> The 1 Presbyterian given Address by Mr* 'Seal, PaII'W 'In '
young lady and ha many friend. The! White tor Waists, Etc.1 Octo'2Sc per '
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Bart Memorial Talk by Mallory. vtn..yv ,
I*'a man'of excellent character .1. sl..r' N '
+c" 'with nearly a hundred gneate presentne.WirtiiT't' .Song,'Mia-Josephine Hamilton. : groom ,. ir line of tl.M .t'.4 :. : 0' '
.f and sterling ::Mr. and .-Mr* Spring 5.C8DU., .f. ; \ .
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" Sir y' their well-known reputation Song, Misr.jnes Caraon. Robert-are.receivingcqogratqlatkm* >M-f l'.. Y '. ". .J.- , a 4.. -ww 1 ..,\o.. "t. ''.44 JI'.". < ,'-. : ,
\ **.entertainer, with not on* daD 'Impromptu talka Mn. Fall and of U friend ,"" Jt.ft 1
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im"i"P\";;,moment from begtnnlg to the close ol dr Mn. J. J.,Farm.. (< r I :. Ju' .__ ., ( ; 'ti t iTO' 1f'pUBlJC: This liS inO;' r 'R n .sbUtl;': 'salt _) r. \' '
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fjl Mn. pieeiman,'in address outlined 44" .. ..Y.,. .. t'-k '; ;': :
< f ,- T.r..wan attracttre' wttl' tbs;statewide:work don*'by he:.:. ';"t N .:.,/J i il'11 J.,,; ., ;' .",''.. i Tr'Y' "mover the.mO t, Wnelyaand rap. oda eo's ii"it1" .1. "'1_ ;

j''i. ''. palms'. Mn.Jame and rose'.Caldwell. Mr'W; B etett'; oh'tralnia. repnsents eelioolt.tJare.r"and dwelt '' ) .'nK'ICn fE" .1. 5A .. . . S+mmerG Goods .I., .d. ItS S b f haf ted ea.iY.d'- t... ''
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...'"' ""Wtthenpooa and.Mrs. Evan wen. ih< r-Mlst dally Mallory,presented tha .wtork! ..J.t j ?t\\>,N i 'J.:1'fJ.; . p s* .-._j- /tt'f, _-."_ .. .,.'--'jj. . "' .. ......' .. '."". .' ,.., n.' '.. ..... t'iJ,

d. reception'committee and even "thi e&I'IWthrva"out'tW"Bolath And .,.. ." ;,. i ..., .
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-ift' ,+ made ,, ..4.+ . ..'.. ... y < NATS'A': T fpRKfs'' Ac
;1 lnanywant.r'vialbon' lure ;; bwr .:territory" ;ccvering, eighteen .. .9.. . . ... aADILS'PANAMA . POpt .
fif auit.'a' it home ,ttt tact''oM'ol .t.: ..:, 'I.i' .1t.: ,. I 1f .
,'; ell 'iIk"- ,. " " atat.t!extending from Maryland ? to i. .,Tb Tohopekaliga Gm.No. $6r m. rt etl \ ..jI .f..R.I.fl'Z.. _= ': ".J .:.' r'
.a'.Ijt"'t r'; Tex**, 'wad, gave :mnintereatlng .,sh: .PUI i uneo 1
u z ({ ',,, } > .;.'.Sou*';'B --A' '.r,._._. ,. -' M > t' '.."1 .."'f'1."':"'., was th* .serving;>of te-nd. Ing.Y.Cr.ad'neMung Guardian:.:ewndmcted,Marian'E. t I f1t "/oeaLdTrtotiTh.: Lktt.'Ciri v'wIUt Weaver and ,Mrs 'tr'Sj .1I.-.n TS..lIAt r' ,, '" ..6
-il { cabs by Mrs.P K. acted as,tnstelHng-atten4 ;.; SJ" 11' ._. ; 0, '. =
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the Turned UP No**." by Mrs ,With- kd Mra.N.C.'Brvn. oe", 1.# .t" IC'."
j Eugene Bryan lzI.tal1bCoteee&'J: 1. 1 .. .
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\" )" a+P9ea Mrm,Prenti. and 1IIu'lAq' .a In the evening a tnasJi-ineeting'wa*, The of Deere!installed ara fr"< : I '" ''"" r .\0._.. .10". _. ..101'I :. .,.. .y'. "it' ., .. ,. .".. .4" < .

''t' .f .Witbenpefta.- MU* t Ruaa& ,-..ecom.H" bold.at .the clinrchv.when., interacting Anna;Joiner,.guardian; ; Jlaai.. I. ." . ,
< t. /.1''j WliW ) talk* WT* mad bylr, .i air,' adyteer..Alma.gardaer? ergs /' A' : '. Bargain:Ct .1t where 81 l1ft_ G .MNPI d

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l 'iPIano' f ArabeMttte.". Mrm.
,.- 1'1':1I'J'.4i: 'Ia'*'VecJ'_'r'rd'r"Wh.n'th1'.v" _...._. Honk-bonk,.-,.u_ ( B No p.t'; BaT. :' ; .rGAt '.i'J bf thS .ti ilI IT 3 .I. ' !. 4\. .. .,
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.,> ".. id MiM LacyPsrJtnttell 'WltJMnpooa. r'j p .,. ..t".i.h wa. reeepttort ', >. .

;..I "..'If'.' w.'.,. During the.,siceont codal->hoari._r.'; -.;*\vryoae.. r.. :'r ti..i......'..'..f..- ..;;j.: n Jiiny of and the.,Grand.roeate Gnardta.State. ,Orrn*VB$# .err ' rIB. T:" q t ; ..

:., t\ otadi i merry With a.aaiqoe measuring .h)' ilnembira of the; ia Biyai ).' oH" .. I.'- ',""j 1 .. ,..'r''

'J'eoMeII&; mder'ther. ;management ChapUr,',United fDmnghten of, the ".J /" ,- .'.4, I.i.' 1 : t' t 1 'hf. 1 ;; ; ti ..::. .1 rkl e
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CWrfdereeZ.n&th.ir'families gath fI.J r ; 1 "I i l 'T
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,4 a -'I. ..*.10 a fat.r Rya 4;at e the,Hart Memorial: ( ,Friday> ',. ''tisF : \! .4t-\.U.\I W. rf .-.,. .. Klr,' RUBH. r t\.1plt' ..,. :
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: ''t.rOcaeda'.at to U* i 4 M* i 4 MeaUttainedth / .. r .
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'-, .;I..j".JeJJ.'::_M.hmeDtaT" evening in 0.reunion,.celebntlng'. the ,; .'. ,1.< " >.';e"' ;g.: "It.H. .M.5;' 'f Jtttp ,:1Z"9; he f.Jt :. dQ v ., .9'N. .

I *.tf.'ary...-alIo. en"'" ''<-. ;""iPfaan "-.'-, ..'.. 't., LC enaly*",rssr7.of.>...ir ?;?tM,6lith. b'" "Vj f,Bobrt."AVMi'v11i ; tMr.rM: : D.+''kAla.ader'' 'g adq ... :,.'R'Ii:n11.111/'r'W' .+.A.ra. ."f... .. ,. /.. ,'" ,' ,: ,. 't ".F 1i4e. .. "'Ai "r ,.J'' i'.... ',I.i .-' "'.._. ",.'...., .". __".' x'Y

1 '1":1I.t.t:!. ; .: .. .' ...... .. ..\; ....' "i'IVopkal'palm.cieeoratect.. afternoon. *..her*:Entre pretty:N"Kondaj reentry home) : i'i'.i..i.. : ..I''.'"'' J' f' "'it>ti. fate >". .,'". J.'.. ,., 0., ". ;..y. .<''' '''6 ._ .
the while Jn .coniplcoons enoryof
'.1f.H. ,looms; jurt north of the dty'" to 1.'t ..J. 4 ;, ... ernooni n '.. . f........ .11' ,t .
; 1 : place the portrait of General Lee,was ., . James.WhltoombrRitq.'R* ft/ *), . -1; ',"" .
; p f ;N gClu.A CLUB the :!sbioning .baskete; ;'fiora. pine .i c .t' j.s the : ; ::1'w''';;'''',). rt
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W. ;: Confederate .flag.on, heoth r. w . pled .4cbes.l; .fnd ff.a.*. ..o. . *..o .0...>0 the pleasure;afford.d'the, gtieste;who . .. .Ct. .ft.. ....... ....i.7 ,:
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"-.J:3# ,'Mn.'0,2i.1M. was hostess Sat'Vnrday.afternoon Th program{arranged by Mr*. B.' ,' : J .; t, ;- thronged the pretty room aadxwho:, ..A.. '...:.": .f.1J'' :, ? )
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t v B. Simpson historian of the chapter, ** ', aatUtedMr l smiled or'sighed', the aanyfide .:\-# ] orIf' 1.
+ 'I'' very pleasantly enitertalningthe iMTveA' ifa .. Mr*.'*!Eugene' Bryant ; & ar/ _,I.OJD'4.tr
yK. :.;, 1 Prisdlla Club at- her wa ia perfect harmony with. the-occasion -.| .wr,/Thoe' .lnatter; ,danesw.rE .Mrso'' C. .Bullock""in ntertalntag-the'. KeraroUdqb .or the. ;clark c.id. .pf: .human I Cenee .ex peri. . Ht'' t. drdieNM; ,. Pb1rtldS. .J:
fhome on Emmett atreet. Social con- and began with a general N: Paver,and ber .iater.1In. .Him ',Io ilaJ'.r' .afternoon fat' tile. was. presented, ; through, Riley's .2'.I-." .
1 chorus "Old Folkl ,At H6me.! Mr*. ; Jijfct<,Vv.-oixv : __--"' twor' ".' ; JII&riT.'f
.,. .7.rsaUeand.dalntoeedl.work fill.iejd Mr,EL;W..Morrow,Mr*Leeher; Mr*. gtndlo ?> 'Rdlpai't + ,
..' the Jtoor anft,'refreshmente of Simpson read *. press clipping''etilo Ai W. Bailey,Mn. L. IL Ingram, If. 1tla\.dd1t10a".id 'the-, ".., r.dub berwas' ; r t editorial Wdliadayi'1 Ifs... g"r4'':
f .a 'poneh?1 white''akerc-and home-mad Bonn General Lee followed by The '3.D.'JeffordaviMn;',.L-, Or retre t, ''l'O in.' .ominti': .tw.s ; spent '. from a,11ewtrork.paper..Wriu.a&tb. : .the haadipii.'btpr( b om1..em. .'C6pralt: .. x
',candies'. were Mrved Blue Flag stng.by Miss In** Mr*..Derb7a'blN'fJn1nJml..i*".death, ..which',.offeredhim' 'i"J"" .
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: ; >''Mrs'Al.t'.8ryan.chdrmaa'ot: the Caraon.. Selora and,*nd'MtM''. aynefc. I made at, *.OIellClla.. County:;: Fair.. one ofl'theiJBneatillribtrte' *"man'eawbffrto .'.---.Ml"tf.I. ,1.a: ., f t..:... ,
The talk Confeder ''all Thj wa read by .J', Ibar'I'J'x
'' by Dr Means a yof the manor
'' t.dt.erait Committee sot the Osce- :'Mr ;, will.-entettata at the The-nearty:,-opertlon ; '
CoaDtJ' Fall' addressed ta*.ladle at.teran. who'alternated anecdote v..*_.Morrow._.i,; nt'I..1I'I1'i..c1! \-' member' n**'::been"promised frogs this Mia*' EUxabetn Aultmaiu, .*.. wTr..C', gameJon l :thlawn, .and rfsfFaeirld f;,

toIa* '.;..urged,,-them .to .. add ,*,,.'MHardfeature with;, '.personal remlnisceftce*' '*nd "- 1 .jI".r."I'. ''HY". .Ii ..1 1.b work-aDdI', iprobable *t.th."di" '>tA biographical,sketch read by Mr*. 'trKbrCak..tr. ?.Pai iehj: zV
ar ; i1mec"1 .to i,their display of blended humor and pathos ia Ilk touch- I' ,...' : : ::.One'tlaty. .> ptay:from<.th*,JCeramie'.dub'-wfll*be Ingiara.brought te., ,mind,, many;halt' .it'A.\, ''.rt7i'.t N"i l' .
. V2..1"pretty; t.aq.rork. ''The Idea methe Sac manner.::The closing number wa 't( ,,1lai Csa'a j 1itd Mai' ., 4 on*''of!the'moat".ttnctI., \features.. forgotten. ., fct"i- > '; ,.s*# 'fv, ''':''- ' 'H. ''r" .
: :' .pproval of all I an article from the-Soxjther Magazine .Ldt n= of that 'Wrnt.i'iR'; .nDinty -\J..1f.; s 'i 1Irt.. E., Lupfer.rMn. ,.u. FKen'ney'and r.- "-" x '-. '

iA;. s, n.tlona.'were made. .,1IWIJ. read byMiss;; Margaret Stanford. ,'. :" I"{ strwhmenti,r do.. '..iIaeafterDOOD.'IW :Mia* Gertrod McKay sUe i.AUW. 4J" ..' .
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