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: February 9, 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: VID00789
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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#> Osceola County Fair,' Feb.' 14 4 ; ;::'., % This city .is fortunate 'In its Lr

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to '17, inclusive. good reputation for hospitality
> Includes Official State Poultry 0 t 4 toward the "strangers within her *
Show of American Poultry; Ai- 4 : O1 gates" In the past our people ]
sociation. 0 0 have been deservedly com pi i- *
Exhibits of poultry, choice cat 4 O mented 'because of'the excellent *
*> tie of every breed,. sheep, swine, 1 ; 4 manner in which they entertain. _
from the finest varieties; farm ', + ed and have, looked after the 4
play of citrus: fruits, growing 4 approach of the Oseeola County .:
plants and flowers, cut flowers 0 +'Fair will naturally result in a Y
I M 0 and floral designs. Special prices q'a 0 great increase in the city's population 4' :
for city and rural schools; Worn- 0 + and it 'is desirous that all < .'. /
+ an'. Work and ''Decorative Art;* I, 4. citizen. will appreciate: the ncessity *- *

+(.' U.' S. parcel post exhibit, pro- .... .. of giving proper care to *
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+ gram of racing events; band concerts 4 4 our guests, that we may main.'*
field sports,automobile,and 0 0 tarn that reputation, +
other parades Better Baby con- I 8. L.' LUPFER. 0 The festivities will begin Feb.'4
+ test, Johnny J.. Jones Great + 4 14, lasting for a period of four 4
Carnival Show., novel and enter-' President Oseeola County Fair ,Association . 4. days. During that period we *

t + taming feature.; cash prize., + 0 will be called upon to, entertain
'I IIt new Dodge automobile given, u 0 a much larger number of visitor 00-
t away last day of Fair. Every 4 than we have had with us ln..*
6aY purchaser of a 60-cent general 4 some time. We must do what we >
rrs'r admission ticket has an equal op.",+ O can for them. See that they are *
portunlty to get the machine., GOY: CATTS WILL. BE ,HERBGovernor + properly o and fed-and at '
0 reasonable ratte.. Our ,
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Sidney J. Caw has notified the Otceola County Fair'official + special occasion by charging\ exorbitant -' 00-

Almost. that he will be in Kifiirnmee on February 15th. .to,take part in 4 prices-it .fj to be hoped 0
is in readinessfor
everything 'the exercises on that day and expresses his thank for'aettiDs aside a +none :will do so, during the coming 00-
the opening of the Oseeola County + Fair. Every citizen is asked 0
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day in his honor., It is not thought that anything will come up which
Fair 0 to make it his first to 0 R
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begin Wednesday, February I duty give I
of Hir will be
14, and continues including Saturday,I .will make change plans necessary. probably accompanied 0 the guests every attention in or. *
February 17. All that remains is the; by other dsitinguithed men in the affair of Florida. 4 der' that, these will enjoy their 00-
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finishing touches to the buildings, arranging -, \ The Chief Executive expect to arrive in this city on the afternoon 4,,stajtriiXrMch -manner that they'/
of exhibits, decorating, etc, of the 15th. and will be the guest of Col. Lewis O'Bryan'on'thRMnight" O..w4Onot he.itate.nd will be glad.* ,,
which will be before the 4 to return 'Klssimmee foean. +
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hour announced for the opening of the A reception will be tendered at the OTBryan home, to which a cordial 4 other Fair next year." ," 0 M
exposition. Every department and invitation is extended to'all to be on hand and meet the ovemor.This 4 H. R. MAY, Mayor. .* ;
feature is practically ready for the affair will take place between the hours of 8 and 9:30'o'clock, 4 I
"press of the button," and it is not February 15th ha been set aside as Governors Day at the Fair oOo ... ." .OoOOOOot U'+.O.O 7;
that there will be
expected any delay and elaborate has been for the -
an arranged auspicious occa- -
whcih usually mars the beginning of program 1 1'f
such great events. 'Ion. The city beginning: g to fill up with ew

For several weeks, past large' numbers visitors for the'Fair period,' and from
of men have been constantly at all indications.the crewds'will be '
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work on) the grounds, the Fair build- s'
ings, the race track, etc.,.and this has much ger'than'.was 'tlclpat d. II4rl i
all been brought! to a satisfactory The recent cold snap, which was
conclusion.' The speedway, the building thought by some, to put'.". damper"on if q
of which has been under the personal the festivities, hast, had ." oppo.ibt Ca
supervision of Supt. R. L. Farmer
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it one of the best to ba found ; trains entering Kisslmmee
anywhere, and Mr. Farmer, who has bringing crowds, and the streeta are
been constantly on the job deserves -,' s beginning to>take on a much busier
much praise for the good work don. ,:" ? appearance. Hotels have 'a' good pat
The grandstand is a lartre and perfectly
safe structt""*. w"th! a ao.t'ng' a- 'f' 11.. ronage, and by the time the Fair is
pacty: for many hundreds of peonl] opened on the 14th these will undoubtedly
the exhibit buildings, the livestock 'hi'... be taxed to their utmost capacity
structure/the stables for the horses to :; :. 4. The large number of visitors reachingthe
be entered in the racing events, and city has already had the result of .a : t
other buildings,among which are the increasing business with the mer- ./ y
offices of the Association, and a rest chants, restaurants,. boarding and 1 t
room for the ladles, are completed other lodging places, and from this
? Already some of the exhibits are being time!' until the end of the festival season
placed in position, while the bulk Kissimmee will takeon the live, ,.'
of these, however, will not be ready .., liest and j&lliest aspect prevalent in
for-several days yet to come. Ample Borne time. T
accommodations have been providedfor The strangers will betaken tare Y.
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% .-:' the visitor.; headquarters for,the :; of. in the most competent manner by I
e !'t tl members of the press; the postal authorities our citizens. Mayor May, who Is always .
are'to have a postoffiiy?; -T ,;.. looking after the best interests
Southern Express Company will havean of the city, has issued proclamation,
I office; the Western Union will 1'''. in which hs asks ,every citizen to do
celve messages at the Fair' offices on his duty to the vitltor, making' the
/% the ''grounds, and deliver same; tel*. guest feel at home, and house and
nhones will be handy, whilethe, W. C. feed them,at rate. which wijl not be
//4' T. .U. has arranged a room for', -tM .. exorbitant. Not 'that. there is any .
i ladies and children in the Ladies' A. E. THOMAS special reason for making this request .
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1 Restaurant Building, where liable as our citizens" -have never in :. :
/ may be left in care of competent,matrons Secretary O.ceola.County Fair Association _" the peat. taken advantag9 of) any special -
,free of charge. : .occasion) to "raise price. during
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,. ., Everybody\ is possessed with the .. - .. a festive season, but Ina.mucl\'as Kls.s'.mmee .
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. feeling of gaiety incident to the fea.tlve enjoys a distinction for hospi
occasion.'" Business houses are A. M. STORY ASKS PUBLIC CONGRESSMAN SEARS MUCH 1 tality, nothing should take place '
t being decorated as well as practically FOR POSITION AS TREASURER BETTER IS REPORT MADE which would cause anyone to have a '_
all of the residences, this work being (I I Just grievance, so that the city can ; :
in charge of Decorator Ualsteed who >,Jn 'another column of,this issue of Congressman William J. Sears,'who add" to its reputation during the 'celebation S '

has arrived from Jacksonville and the Gazette will,be found the announcement has been ill,at Washington for some I close at ,hand.. r : fI
, having had_much experience in this I
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.' Ine, will give the city a most gala ap of C. M.. Story. who.aspires days past having been threatened with ....OO..OO.O.O oooooi o .
l pearance before he finishes his task. ,to become Treasurer of the. city pneumonia, is reporter as being eon.. '
t-oft'" 'L.'e a Citizens generally are ready>> co-op of Kisslmmee,subject to, the action of valescent. It was said a few days ago : GET A PREMIUM ,LIST ,t
fVi: erate along this line, many of the the White Man's Primary to be held in that the Congressmanwas' on the O 4
merchants had ,their storefront of a nervous breakdown, but 4 If
having March next. Mr, Story I. a busines verge yon wants copy Of the Prominm 4 _
repainted and freshened up his physician: gave out a statement 4 Lists o( the Oseeola County 0
; during the past few weeks. 'It I. safe man of exceptional qualities, thoroughly that the patient was down with the 4 Fair;"':you can get same by applying .
I .w.rw M to predic, Kisslmmmee will make a qualified for the, I responalble j grippe, which is going he rounds in 4 to Secretary A. E. Thornas. 4
t. : u1uJr favorable Impression upon'the thousands position which ha seeks,.and,'If elect i that section of the country. 4 Room 14.,State.Bank Build. *
>, of strangers'1 who will be her edwill, conduct the affairs of the office ing. He baa'quite' &number on,*
.. I,', during next week. to,the satisfaction of every Individual '..I7 'raND THE JOINT MEETINGOF .. hand, and will cheerfully'give I
;'r r ? ,.The matter of transportation to and citizen and the municipality asa ) THE BOARD OF TRADE AND .1 to anyone making app cat: >
.{ a Qwr from,the Fair ground has been satia- whole. He respectfully sskslfor the 1 I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN THE 4 tins' u., .
support of all. voters, for which he COUNCIL CHAMBER TONIGHT AT Vita
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TWO THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY, 1917! "


t tiful' boulevard which forms the main 1 be r, Increased In caee. of Are or otherelrC'llm.tancea.requiriDI' simmee Is rapidly nearing/: the T 10,000 I

Kissimmee City the County Seat Osceola; business thoroughfare/: of the city. it.- mark. In 1912 the while figures/: today stood the at. 4
11,1': Paved with vitrified brick and shaded Two Crane pumps with a capacity a trifle ov.r' 4,000,
by towering/: water oak. and semitropical of 660 gallons per minute are usedto total population Is close to 6,000. A
Its Location 'and Great Opportunities vegetation,. Broadway presenth.particularlyattracUv.zppath carry on the operations at the central recent census taken for the purpose of the
Peoples directory
( "< pumping station and all apparatus < compiling/: accurate 4
'. ance. Down the center of tl'.x street I is Tcept! up-to-date: the matter ..:,Ity, showed, an actual population of
i *Written some time ago by the direc have an advantage over many other i r i the more"remote sections 'of the coun extends a broad parkway with a green of construction and efficient .opera- 6,800 persona; at which desired rate, of of 10 Increase -.
greatly goal/: +
the
of luxuriant
cities-in Florida by reason of the ty. carpet grasses dotted tion. t e
of Trade .
tion of the KiMimmee Board fact that its back country affords substantial ,i I: Ai the county seat of Osceola coun- with shrubbery:) palm. and shade Municipal Electric Plant 000 population will be reached within, l
and published in book form, upon the and neverfallinI.upport./: ty, its prestige and importance in the trees.. The electric service of the city, a very few years.In .
approval of the chairman of the advertising There is always an abundance to draw'lrom 1' general scheme of affairs must natur- The residence district of Kiiaimmee both for lighting/: and commercial or the matter of property wealth, '.
committee of that body, the and the source of supply is cor- ". ally increase with the progress of development is made up of shady streets, sheltered industrial purposes, is also municipally l. KiRsimmee stands as the peer of any
article has.been read by scantly being augmented and developtd ] and will necessarily com j from the rays of the noonday sun by owned, this plant being/: for various community of its size In the ttate of ", .
following to still the more prolific pnyiuc-i, mand attention by reason of ,this fact. wide spreading oaks with their festoons reasons under the same roof with the. Florida, being far ahead of many
many who were surprised at the wonderful Lion \ .\ Offering railroad facilities that are of Spanish: moss, while well- waterworks department. A 24-hour cities of auproximately equal size in ,,to
sr opportunities of this commun- Almost every phase of enterpri isembraced recognized: as ample for every pur- kept lawns and blossoming flowers service is maintained the year round, the way of population.! !,
ity as set forth. Recognizing its in the operations carried on I' pose, Kissfrnmee, with i its location on form an adfcd attraction to the temporary and the industrial use of electricity Kissimmee boosts one of the finest
int ,!j in the territory; surrounding Ki siM- the main.line of the Atlantic Coastline or permanent resident. has been greatly increased in Kissimnj tourist hotels to be found in South ,
adv rti.inlatand .
worth from
1s an : /: i'I"'K>; ''the cattle Industry was oriftiiuly ; )--, railroad between Jacksonville On Lake Tohopekaliga .'!e on account of this fact. florida, 'both in quality of service,
and as a story which wlil be even ': the main support of this 1ft or Oil, and Tampa, receives the benefits ac- i I. Lake Tohopekaliga' waters furnish The street lighting system is oper appearance and general qualifications.It ] i.
k. ' more interesting at this particular conditions are changing with each cru'ng' therefrom. i \ g breezes in the summer and ated 'on'a basis calculated to serve the has been the means of attracting :
I r time, owing to the coming Fair period, succeeding year and today the agriculturist .' Kissimmee is situated 79 miles from during the winter months afford protection best interests of the public at large many residents and investors. to Kis:
it.is with pleasure that the same is re. forms -the mainstay of .the Tampa and 165 miles south of Jacksonville 'I from chilling winds, forming and general/: satisfaction is expressed simmee and iff one of tho show places ,'.. ,...
i.4. # produced. business section. with many populous and an effective barrer! in many instances at the efficient manner in which this of th 4 .community. .
With the increasd development of growing communities located in everydirection against damaging frosts which m>ght I department of the public utilities. per An oproprintlcn has been made by )' ::11
.. Among the cities of South Florida the outlying districts and the influx of : in the immediate vicinty. do injury to the tender vegetation of forms. its duties. .. Contend and ft site selected for a Federal ", :
Kissimmoe stands out with a prominence ... . -, postofficc\ nqd l othcf governmenthcadqunrterrt'for \ 1
that, Is justly deserved. Its l this section of the

renown as one of, the progressive -"lt.\1'1. "A-\t- ,; o;'" I 'j, 'y. .. -,,. itate. This building will In/ all prob.*
t fast-developing communities! in a section 1 : .. rt :" .,.' !( ,\v., ..... \\ 'r1jo ?" ability .bJ: erected in the very near
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,+ >it+i In every line, has: prone .\/ #'I.: ..'.":}",J" ""-j1Ilf."U": .,, ff...,\,,( ;.""',".')'" ,/ ,,'. addition to tho..development\ of Kis-
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f' forth to every part of the country, 1. "J 1 7" \')" <<;.f<;.l'" 01. ... .:'\\L.. .. I .., .' "imm.
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4. borne' the thousands of visitors .. 'i., f "J'4'1 I,. f; :, .. . ,I ' '' building and chapter
t by .....;..,....__ .' "'.: \ )\\1'I\I;; : A library a
Mho journey through this land of '._. '. ;x" + .. ''r house' hall been recently erected by
R potential resources and wealth. ., j';r'; ;4t 4 '- I ': I Ij the Part Memorial Chapter of the

.\\-i' The influx of immigration Into( any A ,,' : American Women' Leaa-uo, which is
new territory must of necessity be of It innklnir its .her'licial l Influence felt, in
benefit first of all to the portions of i : the affairs of thecity.ICtahinimrc . .
'. the. newly settled district nearest the has a free, mail delivery\ r .
frontiers! of r more extensive develop- J trice:> pnd is the central distributing! :..
ment. For that reason, the north- point for several rural carrier ront.s '.
-, ern part of Florida was the first ".. "(\'hichR'r\'e-th" i Surrounding: country,
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to feel the influence-of the incoming Thus! I lirinfrirg into closer touch with.
4.., -w -hostefhomeseekers\ Investors, and ; ;- thq business world In general. ; '
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j transient'visitors(. while the southern New Country Club

portion pf the state underwent a ..., .. One of the principal attractions In
:'1 'mere gradual development" ..for. a period .. .the'war of "plaf l es-' amTi8ement and '
of.time.. : TcciWjtion in thq )beautiful new Country -,
As conditions became more and Club house' which has Jut been
1It'' more organized on a permanent and erected' at a cost of nearly 20000.
Substantial basis, the' interior wane I I This structure stands overlooking
1r southern parts of the state began to 9 Lake Tohopekalipu and is surrounded
I, feel the influence of the new. develop- _:' bv attractively\ laid out grounds including -
c 1 ment and the few communities established T
-i tennis courts, golf links and
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+ at that time were given a tremendous all the various acesaories that It'oto T
1 Impetus upward and forward make up the modern establishment of'
t ,r t" toward ultimate realization of the im this character

4 'j. .mense";possibilities awaiting them.. h Several 1 larty citrus fruit! packing e
I The Early Days houses furnish ample facilities for the
Y aj j The city of Kissimmee, officially handling of a large volume of business (
f chartered.. as such in 1885, was already during the fruit season and Kissimmee : g
a thriving little community when the
recognized as one of theImportant
., first wave of the incoming tide of development center of this Industry In

q reached South Florida. It South Florida today. .
1 was ih a position to benefit immense '
Kissimmee is not what is known fi,*
,. \ ly by the influx of new capital, new a strictly tourist center. By this '
settlers, tourists, etc., which poured
there is no intent to carry the impression
Into the hitherto uncharted and undeveloped that there are no tourist visitors .

f' country toward' the southern .. to this city, for such is by no means '
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the case. On the contrary there are
And benefit she did, to an extent r .. I thousands of visitors who come to
r;", that has brought! her up to the front OSC'EOLA COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Kissimmee every year to escape the too
t ;- rank tin the roster of municipalitiesIn cold blasts of northern' winters,,. and ,
the empire of South Florida.. new settlers to this territory\ ;. The city is connected by railroad ''this sections. Its beauty and charm :| Modern Fire Protection' their numbers are increasing with J

t Her location was one of the principal mee feels the influence of this r with Apopka, in Orange county,. and add materially to the desirability of :1 In the matter'of fire protection Kis each ouceHnive -RRon. [ ,

; .elements, in the advance toward the tion to its volume of business and also with Narcoossee, a smaller com Kissimmeo from the viewpoint! ( : tho simmee is admirably prepared for Substantial fluidness. Basis; "
present high state of
development.
f, With an enormous 'expanse of potentially results are apparent i in even'a munity in Osceola county; which has prospective !resident, offering/: as it any emergency which may arUe. A But the Kissimmee does not depend r:;
tourist
trade for her
rich and productive territory to investigations of condition as they experienced remarkable development does such oportunities for pleasure"j automobile fire truck has recentlyr.3ween upon perity. She welcomes the tourist pros and .d/ ;;
Ii I draw from Kissirnmee has always enJoyed tat today. within the. past few years: These two aquatic sports and recreation on its I. b added to the department at a does all in her to make life I'
'k : the I benefits which must accrue. The location of the city on branch railroad lines afford increased bosom. :j I cost of nearly $6,000, this machine be- loyable for him power while he is' here but en-
from such a'condition. Lake Tohopeka\ig\ ,-iI in itself an facilities for traffic and have aided placid 'I ing/: of the latest and most approved. the ,i
principal foundation of her
t The "back furnish set of considerable importance.: materially .in the upbuilding of Kill I Fine, well-appointed residences lend construction. ,It carries 1,000 feet of busiitiea (-
r the i substantial' r sources of every transportation through the chain simmee. a prosperous, well-to-do air! to tire I I, fire hose, two 30-gallon chemical" :I structure is in the ..urroundlnli'r
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iii business center and -where the necawry lakes and rivers southward to at'r Naturdal Beauty Spot general make-up of the city, while in. extinguisher tanks with ample hose' territory and traffic In the products
elements are lacking in the Okeechobee,. makes commerce Visitors to Kissimmee never fail to the business distrdt, the modern, fire- '' for each, besides an assortment of raised from the fertile soil of Osceola '"
surrounding territory ,there' can ble with the territory along this remark: upon the scenic beauty of the! proof style of ,buildings at once carI'riea .1 hand firs aparatus. county. After all Is said and, done '" ,,
r, never be th. degree/: ''of ''development and a large proportion of the city and the attention that has been the impression that The personnel of the fire-fighting ,
that would have been reached under with this back country Is carried on bestowed upon the details which go to up-to-date and imbued with the progressive I force co'slsts of ten well-trained men. that Is the only substantial. source of . '
favorable conditions in this respect. this l means. make up an attractive, delightful I spirit of the times. II The education phase of, life in this business prosperity 'I is ', ': ';"f.*. .
There are innumerable Instances prov. Natural Trading Center; : i" background for the,4, !activities.' of The mercantile enterprises display'II city U/ amply provided for by the Os- __ Kissimmee needs new' 're 'id'ni."n" w \ '
ing'the' ,troth' of < this fundamental Kissimmee ia the natural everyday business life.. an energy and thoroughly metropolitan ,'! ceola High School, of which an account investors and new visitors the latter '
ataemeat fact. center for a wide.spreadng: An example\ of the endeavor of Kis- air that harmonizes well with the has been giver) on a previous I ;
.1't Good Back Country and will continue to hold this re simmee's citizens to beautify their spirit of municipal up-to-dateness page of this .issue and concerning : class generally! become either residents f

Kissimmee" has and always .will ship with the further development home community is found in the beau- which pervades the entire community. which there cannot be too much said or investors after Investigating. .

ear i _.. Their is always something happeningin in commendation. The citizens nfKiSlmm,3e conditions as they find them here.The
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Kissimmee; there are no dull sen- are heartily In accord with! city has passed the crude
1 i I rough stage
'.I' ions when the development of the city th? modern Improvement toward n..'
t ; \ and its activities is suspended. higher civilization and tho'r: endeavor, of development end as Kissimmee ) ,
? Sanitary Conditions Excellent: ,'t 'J always on the side of advancementin | stands today, It offers many metropolitan J
The .ha 1th of its citizens should! be the methods of training the rising attractions nnd facilities to '

the first consideration of any municipality I I I! the prospective resident .
{ fur a reputation as an unsanitary geraraton.high Moral Standard j i I 1
,rt or 'unsalubrious place to live, Kiss'r..mee is ''dry" os fur as thus TAKES OFF>.\NDRU"'F,
gives many rising community a Set question of intoxicating liquors is ,I HAIR STOPS' FALLING "
back from which it can' hardly hope to concerned; in fact, ns. well .as in thoiry !| --:..:-.. a \

recover., % this statement rpplj. .. |I 1 Save Your flair! Get a 25 cent bottle, ..1
F Kinsimmccv labors under no such .Not only Is tho fcomntjnity nbso- of Danderine right now Also
t handicap. No more healthy location lately d" ioid! of saloons and drinking II btopa itching scalp.- '
:Iuld.a\ desired than that which this places of a rimllar nature, but tho .;

city occupies and no matter at what sentiment rf the citizens Is generally: Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
\ VISIlORSMLCOME itacott the year an investigationmay by an overwhelming majority against hair is mute evidence of a neglected .,
be made, there Mill be found tt.., sael or use of intoxicants. This'',scalp, of dandruff-that awful scurf.
fewer cases of d'lIea..e. of ''\11 d'acrip- :I condition is the: mire remarkable when ,, There! is nothing so destructive to
tions than are to be found in an OVCT ,I Investigated by c sual visitors who' the hair as dandruff. It robs tl.e: hair '
.. whelming majority of communities unon being' assured of the,fact, are in- of its lustre, Us! strength and its very
.. throoughout the state of I'loiida." \ dined to doubt the truth of the state'I life, eventually producing a feverishI -
:;.-- One of the prime reasons! why Kissimnue 'il ment. I I and itching of the scalp, which ,
enjoys such freedom from epidemics Kissimm.ee is unquestionably of a''', if not remedied causes too hair roots .
of dangerous diseases Is'undoubtedly distinctly moral tone and for this reason to shrink, loosen and die-then the
the fact that Its: water' its accessions of new residents.' hair falls out fast. A little Danderine -.

works,system, is operated on suck an ,, have been steady and greatly increas J tonight' -now-any time-will surely .
efficient and sanitary basis. This''! ed as the knowledge of the true state save yourhair.. .

.. public utility is owned by the munici- ,|i .affairs became known in other sec Dnnn Get rlne a 25 from cent bottle of Knowlton'. +
t., .. oalitv and has been so controlled since' tions of the country. any drug store You tsurely
I can have beautiful
the chartering of the city. I i I. '. Population and Wealth hair and lots :.
of it if
., will
ir \ : .. \ Located in the heart of the artesian I The. population of th's city of Kis dcrme. you Save your just hair try!a little itl Dan-!

I ,;. belt, where pure water may be obtained I -, _. Try
with a minimum of expense ---
and :bor, the task of procuring an : : :"
adequate and satisfactory water sun J .
4 KISSIMMEE < > ply has never been unsurmountl\ble.j '. ,,.,..
On the contrary, the s 4I11'' iglfC A Jl ' $ ( 1 "
i I Kissimmee is for need of f-?
f. ( ample every i
I / j jI
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.r the community and the source.1. rn I '
,
which it is drawn is capable of much' .
r ,. heavier demands it. .: ,
upon
\ .
__ '. .;. Pure Water Supply I )"**, f. .,
y '. J, iti$1 I..
Two artesian wells are usad: 'to furnish $ .
is splendid City. Kiwiirriniee' Gas a great TtifUre Kis-. the necessary water for the city, IJ "
one of these being driven to depth
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simme: Gus our conlMenee and want that of the peo- .' .: of 379 feet and the other over 400 I.,. '", ,..

t feet, thus insuring perfect purity of ,; ....
pie of .Kis immee. Investigate us all you please--our source and product \1 .
. .. ,
the 8-inch well\ the How is C ,
BANKAiTMBMtrniacci;_ ability to take care of your deposits-.-our desire t'o do nIl ::,,,, From 400 gallons per! minute approximately -, :, I'f' j"

we can to interest willingness to .. ,. ;, }i while the 12-inch.well, recently1, driven, f''
promote your serve ""y. supplies water at the rate ..of 1.500 / 8
7
.I ts '. .'you and to help you '''build up a City by affording you ',,_}' *. ir; "' gallons the water per from minute.these wells An-jinajysis shows the of --- CO TO''Mack's '\

4 1 7 { unequalled banking facilities, and wben you have done': ', ; '... absence demonstrates of any deleterious the absolute substanceand purityof '

11 o g all these will do h 'tr.:! the supply.] Cafe fI .
things
banking us.
you your ,,, ",, storage reservoir with a capacityof Jt1: ','

''f 'I . ; ,t'..., j". : 68,000 gallons, contains a portionof '
\ the vailable supply, both wells When You.Get Hungry
i ; .. ''r pouring' into this receptacle, from
R which it is.forced to an altitude of
i ;*,*' CITIZENS BANK 130 fret to. a 76,000 1'111,1'steel'\ tank* Meals: at All Hours f
: Frc this tank it is allowed\ to ..flowthrt ; :; .

'h the m-Uii which supply the Rett Room for Ladie .
Leave
k. { f'1'''f Jt OF KISSIMMEE. aY ( city jfh, avera '. -Wesaure of 53 pounds passj-Parctel.Make; Yoartflf -'
1 //I.
.. :. '.. pe" 11are"inetng maintained at \ ,Thoroughly( at Horne. J as 'i'iIi
f I)' r ,at* + war J although. this' pressure.can rye
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MEASLES, tlons supported in part or in whole : -
MTI ----r by legislative appropriations, puch-as and m a>Jortet bill*ar.gnu 1 1 iiaii rr jranrtlvarlf -=licr.. .
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'v' It U" a preventable disease-it can the State Asylum for the Insane,' the rarely artlwudyo.q.I.m b*ilcli. lheeerrtlp frMof.tl..m eaariii tt natter m,b you d bass a * SELLSFire GROVE W be prevented' and it ought to,be pre. School for the Deaf, and Blind, and +lia.Un dI.tarbaaa..a.. (aad laiaUva.

vented. *-' other similar charities, and over the Manalin Tablets are Ideal
Life 'Accident and GARDEN The rather wido 1 prevalence'' of the state prison system; reform. sthooU
;", &, FIELD disease in Jacksonville\ and ,, throughout for both sexes already In existence; They taata Ufca audr. raliara, ..d.euoelysadors >a tad aablla. Pus 1r..
'ff'Ir" TnbWa olaar up the ayitam ararooma catarrh,natora tka apiMtlta and *
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Health Plate Glass Liability QUESTIONS ANSWERED! IMMEDIATELY the state by taking a wide{ speedin and that may be created later.: It up tha lyalam. Tba two ara craat aid**o r faiaaa Ca,
IIY MAIL other states and {through e nation: Would also have supervision over the e..r.wa, [sod b.ith,need V tb.aopo.ad.yO.IrIs.OY..
Mss N M G.PiuNoe. puntive! systems of hte various i iM.ad4
Dent! MOB. And this epidemic brings up the old counties -
and Boiler Insurance. WIlSrfN & ToOMEft FULTILUeMCOMA:: proposition, which is becoming more in the states with althority to T.bMq 11N
JACKSONVIU-B. FL40 that it is probe and investigate whenever conditions -
emphatic as the years go by,
Legal Bonds Executed Thrip and Scab unnecessary, that it could have been might suggest or (require- ..I ri P..r C iD11e' nod aGrab.

r As I' remember the recommendation prevented if every mother, whose child The supervision of conditions surrounding .., .al. .. ... ........, .e rOLt.
Same Day Nee'ded.OFFICE had "caught" the disease had done these wards of the state or ..
for thrip and scab lime-sulphur her duty If she had taken precautions the counties( would be comprehensive. -. AA4"w'PREPARE

,1.40, one-fourth, pit no co tine and 2 to keep her youngster away They would cover not onlY the physical -. .- - . .. .- . ---'-

: State Bank Building Ibs. soap. Is this right! Can mlsclble from other children who had it, or. if well being, the health proper I TO FIGHT IL C. OF L. which now face the housewife. This,
done her housing, clothing and feeding, but,
, I her own kid had it, she had ,.:.
oil be added to hit the scale .0.--
BO as bther they would further include an over- she said, does not mean niggardlinessin
Christian keeping wom-
by
duty
That Is an Object of the Housekeep-; the of the family meals
also? en's kids from her own infected sight of the moral( influences: to se- preparation
Answer: We do not recommend away cure the best final results such as ""v ". era' Short Course at State but aotpe knowledge) of dietetics is required

seeing the above combination recom patient. should prevail in institutions under College, to' enable one to purchase and
THE FWRIDAMETALPRODUCISGOIjMANUTACTURE mended. ,It certainly was. not sent There used to be a deeplycherishednotion the authority of a Christian common I prepare what is needed. to keep the
... out from this :office. While a person among old-fashioned mothers wealth.In i, All women( of the state are interested family In health."
.r. might spray lime-sulphur 1.40 in that every child had to have measles, every community and state certain in reducing the high cost of The general program ill

F tho bloom a great many: times without whooping cough and other socalledinfantile I. responsibilities are forced upon living So they will be interested in First week-8:30 a. m., lecture on r
: .. afflictions any way and when the, Housekeepers' Short Course in nutrition 9:30 to 12 demonstration "
damage, he runs a chance ofbaying the body politic by the frailties of human ; ;
serious burning,. and we any of these prevailed in the neigh nature. Of every' thousand of Home Economics announ'-ed by the and lecture on economy in food prep..
would never feel like. taking this borhood and they weren't so rush,3d population the law of. averages will Florida State College for Women, to aratlon, vegetable cookery, meat
chance. with 'Other affairs that they couldn't"tend produce a certain number of feebleminded be held at the col<>lge from February cookery, bread making, and planning
!
II Black Leaf 40 is an excellent con- to it" the children "might as a certain number of persons 19 to March 3. The main subject of and preparing breakfasts, dinners
trol for thrip and can be mixed with I well have it and be done with it," and. who cannot earn a livelihood\ becauseof all demonstrations and lectures will be and uppers; 1:30'p. m, to 3:30, lee F,
lime-sulphur, ammoniacal carbonate, : so. th,>y practically Invited it intotheir lacking mentality, of sickness or economy( in food and in clothjnir. tures by the college\ faculty and men
: homes and took a week or two to Members of the college faculty will and of Florida who !
BUllDlNl Boraedux mixture, soap! oil\ sprays, crippled; conditions, a certain proportion women can give
1 i nurse the ignorant victims of Ignor-. lecture on subjects related to .the
or practically everything,that we use; .of petty law-breakers and confirmed suggestions to the homemakers on
i t MATERIAL 9 ,ance and foolishness through the mal 1 hnme and to the training 'of .hildren. and
., but we should never think of putting criminals, and a fix d numberof rearing caring for children.
1valTt TODAY -NO) SPECIALQUOTATJON5' soap and lime-sulphur together. We ady.Now I r-"Ders entirely dependent ,and Miss Anna Barrows, Columbia University 1 Housekeeping and home-making
f'9ICATAlOC / !advise ammoniacal copper carbonatefor while the measles in 'itself II helpless. will spend the first week g'v- During the second week the after

JACKSONVILLE-.4 scab and would mix the Black Isn't an extremely serious affair, like leis an economic necessity that ing daily lectures and demonstrations noon work,will follow the program for

Leab 40 with it at the rate of one some other disease of children, it may these classes must be taken care of at on economical preparation of the first week and the nutrition lec,
pound to 125 gallons spray for a lead to other complications that are I public expense. Human sympathy and foods Miss Barrows Is a leading tures..in the forenoon will be contln.
MUSTANG combined scab and thrip control. seriuos. It's risky with children and human nature will not allow the crippled : teacher of the icience of home-mak a
You cannot hope for any really'efr.more risky with adults, 'and,the older and'pauper to perish by starvation -' ing.'! She was' the chief teacher ofcookery ued. Three courses will be olrereel'te.lupplant .

festive scale control during,(bloomingseason. persons can' catch the> infection from or'exposure, even though such at Columbia University for Miss Barrows' demonstration

+.' For Sprains Lameness Oil spny in bloom ii extremely the younger ones. There's no use it persons may have no legal claim upon I several similar yrs and was in, charge of I *. They are:' Sewing', preserving,
work
dangerous. either having it, to say nothing of in Individual at Chautauqua.
the and
taxpayer, though
pickling and and food
: Sores Cuts Rheumatism Florida women have the ; ,,jelly-making;
( ,, ; viting it. These complications in' tr they may haye reached their state of,' same good I
Penetrate and Heal Lawn youngsters are toward -"bronchial:" degradation directly through ,,their chances' for an annual study of home- preparation. The?housekeepers nay'
.., ". making. subjects'do those of,other choose of these t i
and bronchitis
I'Want to make; a'=good *ul" tan"tial pneumonia capillary. ,, own fault. -- ( any one courses.
r Stops Pain At, Once lawn. What do you think of sowing with the grown-ups toward more per- ,Society might be protected from thai 1 states, who attend similar courses in No.tuition:will be charged for the
numbers.
For Man and Beast cottonseed meal 'with my grass xfdt manent chest troubles, lawless classes, from the murderer,, great Florida women took Last the year forty-five Short; Course, and there aN tab entrance

1Sc,5Oc.$1. At All Dealera.LINIMENT. I Answer: The use of cottonseed No -woman has the right to invite the thief and the highwayman and I course and received a diploma.entire short requirements. For Informa..
mead is very common on home lawns disease, no matter how'seemingly insignificant the jails and prisons afford such protection. "I This
and it will grow a very pretty lawn it may' be, into her homeor Yet the state has not the from a .Brooklyn newspaperwill tion about board, or other details,
though the grass is not substantial. to expose her children to it or right to confine even the criminal in Barrows give you an idea of how Miss write to, Director Home Economies? .
.
: That is, is will easily wear away if knowingly to allow them to be ex prison and deprive him ,of,food and regards"Miss, the general' matterof Department, Florida State College for s

people walk on It. Cottonseed meals posed. She has not the right to so shelter !for though lawless, he is still the economy necessity: for Barrows spoke of Women, Tallahassee, Florida.NOTICE .
strict
also the most expensive form of abuse a responsibility placed'upon her a human' being. Nor has the state economy,
plant food there is. by the Creator. It is foolish almost the right to shut such criminals away

M. H. PORTER For your purpose see would recommend to the point of wickedness. If the from all wholesome! moral Influences. oo ooo.OtO.OO.OO.OO..O.. ..O._ ... .o..oo..O"... .

I Jaallca af' the )'"...., UI..r.e.No. 1O..ol. your broadcasting1 6 1-2 percent child acquires the contagious affliction In fact the modern penologist insists "t S
Coam.r.C tankage and working it in thor by accident! or through no lack: of that the state owes: it to the criminal
i. ..Tr7aarr> Kxrrntrd With Car*. oughly about two weeks before you precaution on her part, her duty is not I and to the state iself that positive and
C.IIHU.... Mad ..d Taxea'Paid far sow the se<>d. We would 'use a thou. limited to nursing it back to health, aggressive efforts shall be exercisedto
No.-n..d... sand pounds tankage per acre if we but it Is equally her duty to protect reform the criminal, at least to afford '
,\ Office'10T .Dro.....,.. Paoae 166.! wanted to( make the very beet lawn her other children and the neighbor's such positive Influences for good
children''from the disease tI involvesthe as to :-rIO' .
r.. possible, but this amount could bo encourigereform. .
even cut in half and still' give very old, old question asked just a little The secure the enforcement of ____ .
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good results: The great point in making while after the Garden of Eden was such provisions for the betterment of *
a good lawn is to have plenty or left without a tenant-"Am I my the wards of the state whether they

.. e organic matter in the soil; then there brother's keeper?" .. be physical or moral{ degenerates, ,Notice hereby given that
'.;. should boa liberal supply of ammonia The answerof_ the centuries has would be mono" the duties,of such a \. ,

and phosphoric acid, and, of course, been emphatically "Yes,--your broth- commission in Florida. .
r- sawniu some potash, though graft needs Very era keeper and the keeper and protector I And one of its most important functions in order to qualify' vote in ,j
little potash application. few days so far as lien In your power, of :. would be to secure for these Inmates
MACHINERY I before planting. grass seeds you all your' other relatives and neighborsand of all state-supported Institutions the election
AND I should apply mixed fertilizer at the the neighbor's relatives clear on the best possible security for city poll taxes
rate of 400 pounds per acre. out to the limits of created human be- health conditions and for the sick, the
-it ALL SUPPLIES Perhaps the following is useless ings. You can's escape the responsibility best medical and surgical treatment. must be paid on or before ,
information, but we I find so many without neglecting a duty Imp Statistics show that of the negro convicts I ,
' kWrle! For Prices/WCafilogue people in figuring out the part of an posed by an'all-wise Providence, who in Alabama, Georgia and Flor- ,,
r: acre a lawn is;, we will mention an see. farther than you can" ida, from 60 to 75 per cent are afflict Saturday, February '10th.
acre is approximately ?10 feet Florida's State Board of Health has ed with syphilitic.tendencies, inheritedor

i, square, so a lawn 100x100 feet wouldbe promulgated a rule that due warning acquired; which proportion, of ,
about a quarter of,an acre, or one shall be posted on the house or premises course, includes many advanced ca.... C. L. BANDY
60x50 feet about a sixteenth of an where a case of measles exists. Such convicts before and after their ,

acre. That warning means that you shall terms of imprisonment asociata with TDX' Collector
.
If.,,, unless the call of humanity other members rae. ; ..
keep away, of their and the .fi, ,w z )';' "
' Thrips Onions summons to help, or unless contagion necessarily is 1t.i ., :
on you spread. "
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';\:! ; ;"',, , :,'1 ,e t ''d'
onions having had the disease and thereby Prison confinement affords ; ; '
Enclosed are that I opportune
some '
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thing have "'thrip. ',The ;:tops ,turn being immune you may volunteer your ity for treatment which civil life ren ..;,''iU&" 't.i. 'fl.\&b\\ :,.),;";,, \ ." .: \" , .. .
l: ,
'. ''I'IHk' {
) aid and but it dera impossible. It 1I' I.M < .
sympathy, always Js
', a rare
j'"I' ''' . . white and ,the plants*gradually die oppor-
, ,' ", down means that the children must be kept tunity that is not urgently improved .0.000. . ........... .............. ......... ........

Answer The onions enclosed were away. in any of the states, so far as reliable
Market When the people of this state and reports indicate. A commission I''
City very far! gone, but from what we charged .
nation shall learn and heed the lesson with intimate
could- ee>we would describe tbe tops an oversight of prison X .
as, brown instead of white, .. 'you that freedom from disease of everynature conditions could insist nn -....." *\
mention, and would pronuonce it a I is the basis of real prosperitjthat ; remedial treatment, ';'blehw .uld immeasurably -I '
freshTloridaand! case of thrip just as you suggest. ,sickness means a crippling of improve the health of con- Stout Lumber Co.
,
Thrip infestation of onions turns economic production; that it is a direct victs and have large influence on
the general appearance of the onion tax on such productivity, then health conditions outside of prison uooesaoRS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER 00.i

Western Meatsof field, which should be a rich green in will greater heed be given to the pre camps. I DEALERS IN,
color, to a peculiarly sickly yellow, vention of disease, even if' it is only What is true regarding this disease ,
with browninsh tinge. Every the measles among the\: children. ,Itisn't might be repeated concerning veralother
punc- YELLOW PINE AND
CYPRESS
all kinds.Phone fair to the children; it's talJng a contagious
ture on the leaves shows a small yellow ones, and society itself
dot when the trouble first starts rather mean advantage of them, and would be the gainer. I?

these dots increasing in number and it is a vialation of-a higher law to per- The state of Florida has. been lib LUMBER ",
running together untli the effect: is as mit suffering and danger and risk eral in its provisions for the relief of
your or- described above. when\ and where it can be prevented. its cripples. tI has been less progres- Works Connection A AIt

ders and they Use Black Leaf 40 to each gallon of Ive in its care of the criminal clases, Novelty _
water in' which enough( soap has been WARDS OF THE STATE AND but this weighty problem is likely to
will be dissolved to break the hardness. TIIEIR PROTECTION be worked out through a series of u our pleasure to five you estimates at all time..

promptly years to such conclusions that the Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
Cover Crop; consciences of good citizens may be a
'What would state Commission of '
delivered. a relieved
of the
,, Which shall I plant in my young Charities and Reforms accomplish for of shame. present heavy. burdens Phone 21Kissimmee Ffa. .,
sa a to build ,
grove summer
crop up Florida? ,
But under the
i the soil, velvet beans of t It that such existing penal system .
cowpeas is believed possibly a R
bhera-ia
; Phone 44 When should I plant them commission, exists to a limited degree pressing supervision.necessity A commissionwith for a responsible t L._ L." -_ _III"n,-

Answer: Velvet beans are great soil in the constituency of the present -
executive
,, Improvers, but we do not like them in board of state institutions, whichit responsible men powers with, composed active of 1-

a young citrus grove because they are is understood is composed of the sciences to their con-
guide work =
would
bad about se ..
so overrunning the trees. governor, the comptroller, thestate
i.I : Cowpeas are just as good for improving and cure a higher humanitarianism, especially
treasurer, the attorney general, toward the S.
crmiinals of the R. FLOYD
the soil and will not give
you the commissioner of agriculture, but state, and this result would work out
this trouble. You should
these
plant have these gentlemen with the special
better
things for the
criminal classes
when the_summer rains_come on. duties of their sevra" offices devolv- Dealer In
Ask Your Grocer and would accomplish much for society ,u/
ing upon them by the constitution of Itself. ,.
r- Castor Pomace the state, time to devote an exhaustive -
Will castor pomace. drive away cut study to the comprehensivenessof Groceries Ha.y, Grain and Feed
worms? work of investigation of a commis- ...O..OtO ..ottOoOOOtO...
Answer Castor pomace tends to sion such as has been mentioned. t
CHEEKMEAL'SIP drive away oil insects instead of attracting There is no disputing the fact that $25,000 REFUSED FOR REC- Corner Broadway and Daldn Are.i .

.. them, like stable manure, they are all capable, intelligent and ORD COW *
fish scrap and cottonseed meal; but probably intensely 'interested in the
tOfU oooot Us Your Next Order For Peed
you would not be using enough castor subject of properly dispensing the 0 0000 0 OO"'O OO. Try on t

OO pomace as a fertilizer to have any charities! of the state, and the neces- HBHaa--/ I .

very appreciable, effect irt a field Infested sary reforms of administration, but The unpreoedented"veum': O Ir

with cut worms. You should have they the,time with' thier other $25,000 tins been refused for Sophie -.* I : I
I, poisin the cut worms as per recipe en. duties to. do this effectively and ef- 19th of Hood Farm O ,
I'' closed iWHAT.. ficiently, so that results can follow world's record lone-distance but-- U 00 .000000 0'0. 00 ......... ... 0 0 ......,.. ... 0 .n

I.. r intensive studies along these lines? ter cow and world's record Jer- < '

That there is 'heed for such an or- sey. The,, offer was made by INSURANCE: and REAL ESTATE: i M
:..o ..i.. .oooo.. o.oo.f IS." ganization has been on the 'minds! of *; Miss May Irwin, the famous actress 4 ;
men who have the best interests{ and' was rejected by So- 4
YOU RECEIVE TilE KIS- 0 Florida in their hearts, for it is an < phie's owner-C. I. flood-of Low Lei' us insure:your Life, your Health, your Property t
O SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 0o LAXFOSWfOS idea that' has been embodied in con- ell Mass. Miss Irwin *
owns a
. a crete form In other states and splendid good herd in New York state and Information in regard to property for, ;
0 without having ordered that it 0 results have been the '
outcome.
4 while visiting the National Dairy < sale and rent
4 be sent to no payment for it 4O .. .. cheerfully given.'
you is improved Cascara Such a commission in Florida, as Show at Springfield, Mass:, 4
will be asked of you. The an elsewhere!, to do effective work must
,
,;, f:.... O County Commissioners of O.ce"t (I tonic-hxatite) pleasant to take be utterly divorced from politics, and where Sophie was on exhibition 4 In addition to fifteen other good companies, we, k know
4 In a special enclosure, she be. O I
,, 1:" 4 ola county are,, paying for it as its represent the well known
sa membership would
0 advertisement for this coun4 Id LAX-FOS the Cascara Improved by perform came,cnptlveted/by the cow, and O ,
an the addition of certain harmless chemicals their duties without .large salaries, 4 sent check fdr $25,000 to M..4o '
4o'' Your has been a HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO of.New'Yor
ty. name supplied ..
; ;
and would select ,
them of friends 0 which Increase the efficiency of the their own .paid executive Hood bat the offer was refused. O ,
to by
'O 4o. in the hope one that you your would be Cascara Cascara., making LAX-FO3 it better is ..than ordinary to take ,excite agents the the ''positions mightnot 4. It is stated -tbat,never before 4 ::1::>>. G- ""'" .A.. JI.ii '
O interested in this section of Flor- disturb .cupidity persistentand has such a sum been offered for O
Ada .e aDd doea not gripe nor stomach. habitual office seekers. a cow. O ; : Second floor Citizens'Bank Bldg:< Kssimmee: ;E1a.i ;
'e *," 4r. Adapted to children as well aa adDlts.I i The commission would have execu-I + .' ,
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The law requires bat a''lawyer In ill : :... .

I r 1. ing a demurrer must swear, that th. & "
{ TTie Everglades Muddle I demurrer is good In law and that it I I. .

not made for delay. Attorney Genera ,
West-swore to the affidavit in, the demurrer VISITORSINVITED
I'A bonus bf not less than a quarterof acres of drainage-trust lands held by at,Tallahassee, on December: :
a million dollar and a decision oft them, and it 4s now alleged In court 29, 1916. three days before the sui
e State Supreme Court holding the that the drainage tax law, itself Is invalid was begun. .
r,,' "On the day January 1, 1917
apparently "State officials have held for the the court sustained the demurrer
the trustees of the internal improvement past four years that the bonds offered which means that no good cause for
lurid to Spitzer.; I on this security are /good and that the action was stated in the bill.
i
buy the $3,600,000 ofcEeig des taxes are legal and sufficient! to pay I "On January 2, 1917, all these pleadIngs
f drainage bonds, and the term. and I principal and interest on ,'ihe were entered of record in the
conditions under which this "sale-re I They, have not succeeded, in bond"j Circuit Court of Palm Beach county. \1
,l Gently announced by the trustees, is to sale to bond houses, however, and nave I "On the same day Attorney Genera1 1 }
,, be made, according to a statement Is* note"succeeded in finding "attorney"'West telegraphed to Mr. Bussey .
i sued today by the Everglades Drainage of reputation whose opinion is acceptable agreeing to the substitution of' the
'League.. t to bond buyers, to give a favor- names of Governor Catts and Comp .
i ,'.. "Thle is the third or fourth time able opinion on either the legality of troller Amos for those Of their predecessors i
that the trustees have announced a I the taxed or the bonds. in offl e."OnJanuary CALL ON
tale of these bonds and it is extreme "On several occasions, either while 4, 1917, these substitutions
r ly'doubtful if there is any better the legislature wa sin session, or just were made, and the complain .
chance of this sale being consummated before an election, the trustees have, ant's attorney took an appeal to the I '
) than there was of the others. Even I announced that they Have sold these' Supreme' Court of the state? the re
,the declaration that Spitzer, Rorick & bonds. Election over, or the legislature turn day In that court being February.
I Co. have put up $25,000 In cash doca adjourned nothing more has been: 10, 1917. W. :B. MAKSNSON COMPANY 4
not mean that the, sale will be or can heard of the matter, and the bonds "The Circuit Court Judge cannot be '
be made. Just before the last primarya have not been sold. Th last announcement criticised for hearing and deciding the
bond house put up a deposit also, of a sale was made abouta case. He was so justified by the affl l :
but took it down again. after the'methods month ago. All yet, the trustees davit of.good faith filed with him bydr.
and affairs of the management t have not made public the conditions of Bussey, and it 'may be fairly assumed S '
had been investigated. the contract pending; with Spitzcr, that his decision was given in Ii h'S fOR. iI
"After failing in a search of four i Rorick & Co., on the terms on which :order that the case might quickly
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years to find, a bond attorney in the the latter have deposited the $25,000 reach the Supreme Court.
United States, whose opinion that forfeit. Nor have they.delivered the "It is apparent, however, that the '
these bonds in their present form are j bonds. Until forced by public demand suit itself is not a real' contest,. but I Roofing Building Hardware
fir-.t..rlAiii' ncriirltipn would be accentU 111. they not even announce the, was evidently arranged for by ,the !: I
\\i' by) any responsible bond house, the price at which the bonds were to be trustees. It,does not appear that theocmplainant 1L .
trustees it would seem have undertaken sold, and finally admitted that these 6 ,baa' any cause to objectto "
v furnish Spitzer, Rorick & Co. a. per'cent. bonds were to be delivered at the bond issue, and from the fact
decision of the Supreme Court of Flor- less than !q.> cents on the dollar. And that Attorney Bussey accepted an .f '
ida asserting that the lawunder still the bonds have not been delivered adverse Circuit Court decision withouta 1 S porting ,' Goods :
which these bonds ate issued is valid TIt 'I' nor will they be delivered, accordIng hearing, and without any body pres , "

i' '' dation is. our suit understanding begun in _"that Palm the Beach vali_ Drainage_to the Lea&'Ueuntil information given the buyers to the is ent evident on the that other he side is,to not oppose especially him, it . -'" '- ... ...,..... 10- ;;'" . . . "': ., ../1,......."', ." ,! .. . ""' ,"

county a few weeks ago, and now letdown have been given decision of, the Supreme .anxious to win his case "
to be heard by the Supreme Court that,the law under which ,
"If In FISHING TACKLE AND(
the the
\' Court on appeal on February 10, is a the bonds are issued is a valid law. procedure Supreme
Court is the it is to
not be
) part of the agreement between the "A smooth case intended to produce same, expected ,
'. trustees; and .the bond buyers, and I this decision is now in-. progress, and I the that there will be urged upon -
that Spitzer, Rorick A Co., are not to the utmost secrecy is being observed in court any serious argument .
complete the purchase of the bonds i it conduct so far as both the complainants I against the validity of the taxes or Ammunition of All .
i r unless the Supreme Court'renders a and the trustees are concerned."On the bonds, or the acts under which' : the Kinds.
taxes levied and the bonds "
are are to .
favorable opinion as to their validity.; January 1, 1917, a taxpayer
named Lainhart filed bill in the be Issued. If Mr. Buseey's.bill, is not ,
I "Naturally any bond buyer wants to a Circuit ,
know that when he buys a ,security, Court of Palm Beach county, to good in law, is not properly drawn or .
and the .
there is a fairly good chance that it enjoin the board of commissioners of presented' Supreme Court ; ...t--' '
will be paid, or that the assets behind the Everglades Drainage District, who sustains the demurrer asserting that .' '. '.,' .;;t $I/
\
it will realize enough to make It goodif are also the trustees of the I. I.; Fund, Mr* Bussey has not presented a bill .,. .' '1\ \ ',,., f If
q that is good in law.1t; will mean only S : '" ,.:,; >" 1,1 ';('[',' : '
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it becomes necessary to enforce from issuing or selling the bonds. Mr. that the :,ti ; . ,.5" i ; I ) 'i
payment. Unless there is such security Bussey, of West Palm Beach, is the complainant's attorney has ' ; full'L.ne of -- : ,"
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behind bonds, it is not safe to of- attorney for the plaintiff. Mr. Bus not shown a good' cause for action 0 in '. If!
fer them to the public for.investment.The sey filed the bill with the Circuit his bill. : -r.
only security back of this $3,500- Court Judge at Miami on New Year's, "Such a decision,it is understood, is '
+ 1 000 issue is the drainage: taxes of Day, together with an affidavit, of to be Interpreted .Sy the.trustees and 5 ,
doubtful legality levied on the swamp good faith in bringing it. offered to bond buyers as meaning General' Hardware
lands In the Everglades Drainage "On the same day' the defendants, that'the courts of Florida have'declared .5 ,
Ditsrict. The drainage-trust lands the' Board of Everglades Drainage the Everglades drainage tar and "
s themselves are not pledged to the redemption Commissioners filed their appearancein bond laws to be valid laws and the ., ,: fJ\\
of the bonds.' The bonds writing. The'docket shows this appearance bonds to be good securities in which 'V '
r must be paid wholly out of the taxes.If to have been filed by their the public may safely invest. : !;
there are no taxes, of course, there attorney, who was Attorney General "The quarter of a million bonus, or i'
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li ,nothing to pay,the bonds, and if the West Although'Mr. West was not more that the trustees have agreed to 'j J
; lands' are not drained thoroughlythere present in Miami when the complain pay Spitzer, Rorick &.Co. for taking ':
will ultimately be nobody left was. filed, and so, obviously; had previous these $3,500,000 of bonds is probably '
r : 1 to pay the taxes, end consequently: no knowledge of the plan and time intended to make up for the doubtful 'W.I MARWfSON COMPANY.Opposite ,
taxes.'' The trustees have set the example for filing the suit legality of the bonds and the flimsy ,
; for others in this respect by not "On the same day Attorney Gen- nature of the security on which theyare
4- paying any taxes' on the 1,600,000 eral West filed a demurrer to the bill. baled.I ."- ,

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Mmm ;>>v. UKp nfc_ *Z the Building Committee of the I often hear them say; Stomach '

M ( Flr.t.. Baptist Church of Kissimmee, If we are sad"and tearful,,: ,

Fla.:, until 10 o'clock a. m., February. "rS The world will seem that'way; (

_ } Your. Favorite County, Paler, Containing the 12th,\1017. ,{at,the l'oMce'ofiMr\ ) :C.tA? !; !' And. l(ye'see tke:dirk". ]]eide'1Jj.i '

Larson, Kissimmee\ Fla., for the Where everything goes'wrong, r Enormotztrny

) Home Newso' Local Comment furnishing of materials and labor tc And see mole hills as mountains I' of Stomach .'

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I : Baptist Church at ;Kissimmee, Fla I led t, Health By :
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Each proposal must be
accompan But if we seek life's sunshine, ,
led by 'a certified check In the sum Single Dose. ;
Sweet joy to othes give, \
: and the Florida rjm} s-Union with a splendid new three-sheet wall of 4 per cent of' the amount'of' the And gayly'climb life's mountains, Stomach Trouble multitude ,

.' chart.28 by 36 inches for less than. the combined price of both, papers. proposal made payable by Mr. C. A. As though we're glad to live; of ailments and causes often results a in ,
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To overcome disaster, Gall Stones Yellow Juindice.. Acute 'l!
Plans and specifications on file in and Chronic Indigestion, Appendicitis
And sunshine round shower ,
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you beet in the end. livestock for export was the '

The Times-Union's Latest. Features Nearly every business or trade has theme prevailing throughout the entire veterinarian, and mandatory provisions '

'../. \ its trade paper and the public library I Il 1 1Is : Association meeting and of the Live State Stock Live Institute.Stock cattle for and the control state-wide of hog cholera.dipping of :qG4!;
l rich with reference books Read The livestock situation in the "I'
state Many
speakers '
were there from
Complete Novel a Week everything'you can find pertaining to was discussed from every angle; plans other states. and from the U. S. Department '\",
the work you want to do-and remember I were made for future activity; difficulties of Agriculture. Dr. Tait '

A story of that anything worth while I of the past and present exposed Butler, .Memphis, Tenn., was a very ;.
i' absorbing interest finished in. seven requires much stud/ I ;made but every paper read or address 'livestock describing the place ,
supported the of
I pervading : in diversified in
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I' I' daily installments. After your foot is on the 'first; rung| htenve that Florida can grow every the south. W. F. Ward, farming George R. ".r::

.' of the ladder, work and work and j animal needed. in the state, and have Rommel, and S. M. Tracy spoke for -f'
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left for
some
workl! Have, confidence .nd assur export. the department of agriculture. J. E. .
Articles By Members-Elect The fifth! annual meeting was held lute, Gallatin, Tenn. for ',
Special. of ance. There is more room at the top at the University of Florida Gaines production In Florida, and spoke sheep
urged more
than ever before. .It be hard ville, January 16 to
1/ theNex.Legislature may 19. The registered of it. R. W. Storrs started the discussions '
climbing, but the ambitious boy who I'' attendance was 225, coming from on the gra.sest and forage '
'" has.chosen the right work will surely 33 counties In Florida. and eight program/ with Japanese cane. The
Advance views on prospective legislation succeed.: states.these officers At the business seMion, marikOt of livestock,'. eJucatfumil
I were re-elected: President work, tick eradication cholera
hog ,
5' 1 r, V i / '. <' W..F. Blackman, Winter Park; breeds of 'stoekflrluncinl' the indus
\ 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR secretary, P. L.
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. Sutherland. Jacksonville try, the packing plant In fact, nearly
, I LIVER AND BOWELS \ ; treasurer, C. L. Willoughby, every phase of the '
SEND YOUR ORDER TO THE Gainesville. Resolutions livestock'Industry
were adopt was discussed. h
. 'i. Care .Sid, Headache Constipation ed favoring the passage of laws by the A reception was given by the cifr-:
i' Kissimniee . Biliousness, Sour. Stomach, Bad legislature craetmg a State Livestock Bens of Gainesville; and tbs Univer
: Valley Gazette or Florida Times-Union i t' Breath-. Candy' Cathartic.: Sanitary Board, the office 'of.' state city for the visitors Tuesday''evening..,, ....

I.' Kissimmce,'. Flav:: ,_1 Jacksonville: ,,Ifla.J No 'odds how-bad your liver, stomach and foul (gases; take the excess bile CHICHESTER s PI'lL&'
I (;"-01. ; or' bowels how much your head I II from the liver and carry off the ,
miserable con
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and ;
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stom- .
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THE KISSIMMEE*VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1917 FIVE

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SPECIAL RAILWAY Scenes. ' at Fair-; 'Grounds Before -Completion of Buildings and Speedway*, I'I, SPRING, APRIL'TERM a. JO REVIEW>III't;; tn'r COURSE'. ,

Write, for catalog and. full In'torma
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SCHEDULES FROM Lion .

.. ....,. .JOHN.B.STETSONUNIVERSIT1", ,
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CITY TO GROUNDS , 'w. \- ". '" " '

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1' 'r \\Ii . s .. 4. The"'(T.A."R. and all aoldiers

The schedule between Klsslmmee d 4 . :; 6i- The Army". and.' : .Navy Union' ,with

and the fair grounds,announced by the ,1;, .g.The R."C..with'.
, 6. W 'Flag.
: railroad people are as follow! j >, l' > ,
Leave Kissi'mmee' 'atr Ib3w t ''7. The Army and. Navy"; Auxiliary

10:00: a. m. 5:00: p. m .with Flag. .
8. Th Masonic'!Order with flag.
10:45 a. m.-: 6:30: p. in. + *
9. The I. O. O.,F. with flag.
,
11:30 a; m 7:30: p.:m. :
10. The Eastern, Star' Order with 't11.'Tl -
100p.: m. 8:15: p. m, i 1 i ii -
RalT' j ,
2:00: p. mi. 9:00: p. m.
e Rebeccah Order with flng. ?
300 p, m. 9:45: p. m.' :
: '12. The Order of- Moose with Flag
3:80 p. m. 10:00: p, m. u
4:30 m.. 13. The 1'atriotie-Order of America:
p. '
with Flag,
,. 14. Mother\ orders and'societies;
Other special schedules announcedare with Flag ;

... : I 15. The officers\ teachers and nchot-
.. Between Kisslmmee .and Narcoo Bee
s era of our public schools with Flngtt.1K / .
,, '. on Friday, Feb. 16, 1917. ( All tho citizens, old and
young
.I 11(, LeaveKiaalmmee _________11:iO a.m. in general, with Flags. The city's, t
Leave NarcooHseo ____?..,_u 1:00: p.m. city council the board of trade
mayor,
Leave St.. Cloud ____???__. 1:20 p. m. and Improvement club and association
Kissimmoe __ ___. a
Arrive \ .: 1:50: p.m. In autos other vehicles.
or
Leave Fair Grounds_, __-10A0p.m.: i i I*. 9u 1.u91 li! The order of exercises at hall or
(Can going to Grounds at 9:45p.m.) park.

Leave Kissimmee ______-.10:00: p. m. 1. entire audience .
song by
+ Opening'I
Leave Narcoossee ?__?___.;::11:00p.m. wi 'America."
Arrive'' Kissimmee ..__'.12:00: midnight 2. Prayer by Rev. J. B. Westcott.

-----" 3. Solo by Miss Jane Warrur.
I Apopka Branch'Thursday 4. Reading. "Lincoln's' Gettysburg
and Friday, Feb. 15 and 16 .4m I ,. Address," by Dr. E. G. Farrls.
Leave Kissimmce, both days..5 p.' m. 6. Song, "Washllstand Lincoln .
" Regular; train to.be held.' ," Male Quartet.

6. Reading by Mrs. Ausbaugh,
AMERICA'S ;GREATEST VIOLINIST president of the W.: R,. C.

,AT ORLANDO, FEBRUARY 12TH 7, by Mrs. 'Elmtna .West '
.. cott, patriotic director of the W. R. C.

Since Albert Spalding, the great 8, Keller'* "American Hymn, Male)
American violinist, who will be heard Quartet.
for the first time in Florida at the 9. Oration, by Rev. Dr. Cook.
Rosalind Club In'Orlando has been 10.. Song, by teachers and scholars

universally acclaimed as the greatest of the High "School, "The. ,"Red' .' Whit.' -- ;
violinist that this .country .has ever and Blue."
produced. 'his services having been 11. Patriotic-address by;R.v..WrFr'
very much In demand during the pres- i- Kenney, to schools and all others
ent season by all,the leading colleges 12.. Reading by Miss Goldie Oroyea.
and universities' throughout then The closing. sony', "The Star Spangled .
United States. During the present Banner," r' ? 84<
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c, lira Vale son!, Princeton he will ,appear Cornell,at University Harvard, .... . uu u.u_ .._______ ___________ Tbs eigfith .annual;; ;; convention of.; "
'of Virginia, University of Georgia, 1'. the W. C. T. U, of the thirteenth dls.. r

University of Michigan and nearly of the' members of the committee,on, arranging the program. rrict of Florida, Osceola wand ;
.: every Important colege: and university arrangements: Route of parade:' The'parade will he.held in St. Cloud, February 9.'
In the country-for Americas natur- ANNUAL MEETING AND EI.EGION Of Rsv. Dr. Cook to deliver.oration. form 'With its right resting' on Massachusetts The opening' meeting. will be at 7SO b
ally feel a thrill of wholly justifiablepride'in' Rev. W. F. Kenn>\y' to make patriotic I avenue, in front of Memor p. m., Thursday, February 8: at whlchr
being able to claim'as their address to children W. P. Lynch,, lal Hall, and start from that point, state, president, Miss Minnie E. Neat
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own-a violinist who has carried in OFFICERS BOARD Of TRADE TONIGHTThe to have charge of arranging the,' marching on Eleventh street to New of Jacksonville, will make an address,'
Z triumph, the banner of American art - schools for their part in the- parade', York avenue,'-thence to,-''Tenth street, Everyone Invited to come out and enjoy
# to the high place it now holds and exercises. Comrade Wm.'Jlall to 1 I east on Tenth to Pennsylvania, on the meetings, and give encourage l'
throughout the civilized world. bs:! chief marshal. Comrade James',, Pennsylvania' to' Eleventh, thence nvent to the workers In this cause. ,
i Mr. Spalding' will be assisted in annual meeting and election of officers of the Board of f Trade James GofT, post commander; ,' to be alog Eleventh to Florida, on :Florida I f Comrade J. W. Akers and wife of

11 his concert here by Loretta Del Valle, will be held,this evening at the'City Council chambers, at which time'itii chief assistant, they to select' any I to Tenth, along Tenth! to Oak Grove i Urichville, Ohio, arrived,,in St. Cloud
last week for their first visit to'this
and' brilliant
an unusually talented Reports others they may need. It was deemed Park or, if Memorial Hall is to be.
urged by;lhe officers that there be a full attendance of members. section. They will remain with ua,
young American coloratura soprano, best that all members of the various! used, on to Massachusetts' avenue to
who has won for herself much fame will submitted) and other mailers will come; up for consideration fife and rum corps kindly join in one the hall. The order of parade to be for two months and1 probably longer.,

' on the leading grand opera stages of which will make the meeting one of the utmost importance. Steps solid drum corps body for the.day.,W,II"be the following. : ' They' are stopping .at the Fleming'

F.urope. She will offer a program of will be outlined for the further advancement of the city's' interest during A. Stewart to notify all. I .1. The Drum Corps and Flag. hurst
English! French, German and Italian W. P. Lynch to have charge of all 2. The Sons of Veterans. as escort
Kissimmee's interests
11 popular and classic song selections. the new fiscal year, and no one having at the music for the day, not including' to G. A. R. .. The Valley Gazette' does 'excellent +
Andre Benoist-will be the accompanist heart should allow himself to be absent. The selection of a new set of drum corps and select reading and, 3. Th G. 'A. R. Post Flag. Job printing,of ail kindsBarqains'1.rVLcitort

for both artists. officers alone is a matter of vital importance to every member. .. t

; i ,'' ; Recently an invitation was extended to the newly-organized: Cham- I "

4' The coming Sunday being Go to f ber of Commerce to meet with the Board of' Trade at this session 1
School Day in Florida
every-
1' .& body Sunday should go.KISSIMMEE f h was accepted and is for the purpose of both bodies combining

their efforts for the upbuilding of Kissimmee and vicinity. .i\". a

J CITY BAND MADE : ;

A NEW REPUTATION DURING -

/ y GASPARILLA. CELEBRATIONThe


\ Kiisimmee City Band, which
being, of the best $ CloudDepartment
is reputed as one t. ,
:. musical organizations of Its kind in {? : t\\w* < i
the state, has added new laurels to-its
: reputation. Last Saturday the band
NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WNDER( CITY" FROM OUR OWN '
,; went to Tampa, twenty-four in number | "
;, and took a prominent part in the SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT ,
Fraternal Day exercises held in that '
:. city., While it was noth the largest in IBert.

J point'of numbers, the boys were: there went to Jacksonville New York Veteran's AssociationThe
with the music, and were the recipients .Durham New York Veteran'sAssocia-
', .' of much praise from not only on a business trip on Wednesday, February tion met Tuesday afternoon in Ma-

I, those who heard them, but from the 7th. sonic Hall. The meeting was openedby
1. press of the Cigar City. All along the W. N. Gamer has moved in his flew, the president, J. W. Francher,
line of our march our boys were given. M&asaehusetta'. andSeventh after-,which He left in in charge: of the
.< an ovation, and at different tim a house. on vice president, J. G. Hlll.r The .usual :
during their stay in Tampa gave "ex, Mr. and street.llire.'Woodbury of St. John business wall transacted. Resolutions - 'KATZ'S .
tra numbers", upon request. arrived here on were read on the death of .Comrade
aonbury,Vermont,
The band will be in Tampa again; at the Svriber by Mrs. Every. .
and staying :
Saturday are
; tomorrow, eojng!: with the Shriners New York ave Mrs. J. G. Hill had charge of the following -
Lockwood (House on
'to take In the ,
from this city part prograrnT"
great parade and exercise of the fraternal nue. Higbee, who has Recitation by Mrs Davies "Battleof
Mr. Augustus'
order. Some one remarked:! that Lane "
House Lundy's' ; was called back
Farris
been at the ,
stopping
to have tho band -
1 it was necessary for an encore. ,
this trip in order to leaves Thursday morning. for Aurora, .
( boys along on Recitation by Mrs. Francher t "The
keep up the spirits of W. B. ,Crawford Mo. Night After Shiloh."
the
Durham entertained the For Years
Mrs. Bert Thirty Leading
will b
Doneganwho
and A. E.
., \ 500 club on Tuesday evening.C. Song by !:omrade Meyers.
of the
into the mysteries
initiated
Violin music by Comrades Jones -
and mother,
4 the convention. Be E. Carlsons, father
i Shrine during and Andrist -
: t' that as it may, the people of Tampa ojf Chicago, Ill., are paying' them. a Rev. Melmaker gave a very interesting

.,' back will welcome in their music.midst our excellent, as they bandamin all appre' : New visit Judge York: Peckham avenue. stores.is repairing, his-. Mandolin talk music by Mrs. i>-Elsie DRY GOODS 'AND CLOTHING I

elate good Baker. _
Four cars of city sewer pipe- -has.:.." Cbmlc story by" Mr. 'WSalherstone.- . .
unloaded. '
Lj. 1// arrived and is being
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-.,Suit-1: Dr. L. C. Riddle and Miss Jessie Recitation"' by Miss Riley, "Barbara
:. Morrison were marrfed on Wednesdayat Fritchie. "
I ,- at thehome.ol Mr.and ..Mrs. Mrs. Marakle recited a parody on '
-& '- WONDERFUL STUFF! Ed.noon George, in the presence of a few "Barbara Fritchie." in German, closing Establishment in Osceola County ,
LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS! by 'singing "Star Spangled Ban-
, friends. The ceremony was performed .. :
by Rev. G. H. Northrop. The happy' ner. "
Apply a Few Drops Then Lift Corns Mayor Wm. Bircher died suddenly "
; fl' couple left for a short wedding trip to '
or Calluse Off With FingersNo Tampa. Their many friends wish Sunday evening at his home on Wyoming 'o' ( .
Pain them. long and happy life. avenue Arrnagaments have ) < O :

I'. -- William Ross of Bloomington, III., not yet been made for the, funeral. -
"a No humbug! Any corn, whether son-in-law of Comrade Samuel Hob-

t,. hard; soft 'or between the toes, will son, arrived in St. Cloud last week to Lincoln Day February' 1Z, 1917 "
loosen right up and lift out, without a look over the properties' in this sec .On..Janbary. 19th, L L.y Mitchell Standard Qualityat Reasonable .

. .' particle of pain or soreness. tion. H., M. Salch, also of Bloomington Post No. 84, G. A. R., at a regular! ,
This drug is called freezone and is arrived with Mr. SosS. While in meeting, appointed a committee of ro
'f" t': a compound of ether discovered by..aCincinnati the city they are the guests of Com- comrades, consisting of Rev. Dr., ' "
; nian. rade Samuel Hobson. Cook, Wm. PI; Lynch. J. W. Francher, Prices are. Responsible for : 1
Ask at any drug' store for a small Comrade C. S. Wither, an old-time W., A. Stewart and Rev. W, F. Ken
r, bottle of freozone, which will cost but newspaper writer, has arrived in St. ney to make full arrangements for
K a trifle, but la sufficient/ : to rid one's Cloud from.Poughkeepsie N. Y., and properly celebrating the birthday of :: --- Continued Successe I :
.
V.. feet of every corn or callus. has taken rooms at the Cooper build our noble martyred president, Abra' : .
\ : Put a few !drops directly upon any ing on Massochusetts avenue, wherehe ham Lincoln, on February 12th. /. J
( tender, aching corn or callus. Instant will remain for several weeks,, The committee met and arranged as .
,\:. ly the soreness disappears and shortly W. S.,Alyea left on Friday laft fora follows as A part of the entire program >,
the corn or callus will loosen and can of two to Kansas I
business trip weeks : : ,
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t' be lifted off with the fingers. City Mo.TheArmy. I First, all the religious, civil, military /L .. . .... / .
This drug freezone doesn't eat out Unino Garrison societies ' '
and Navy patriotic, benevolent .,' "
the corns or calluses but shrivelsthem met Monday afternoon in Masonic orders and associations, all the officers i .. ,' 'to
' ''fi. //.J.'" without even irritating'the" surrounding Hall. teachers and scholars of our pub- 1 .
'
iiI:,, ;! akin.' The Loyal Claas of Women of the, lic schools, and all our business people : {
Just think! No paint at all; no Christian Church will meet Friday aft- ; all the citizens visitors and per-'
'. soreness or smarting when applying it ernoon l In the"*churih.'''"- r manent, are cordially invited to take KATZ'S :

:" or afterwards. If your drug-gist don'thave Myron F.' Barber, of Montevideo, part in .the grand. parade, which has

. freezone have him order it for Minn.., who is spending ,the {winter been arranged for, and to procure ,

here, was the guest on Wednesday and and carry "Old Glory," large or'small,' .. .! : .
.\\I you.Go Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. at in.the parade and to be present during '
,Jto Sunday school Sunday and Narcoossee. the exercises of the day. If the J KISSIMMEE ,. ': : : fLORIDA
_+ ; ;'try to take somebody else with you.. Mr. and Mrs. S prague and. Mrs. weather. is fine all the'exercises 'will .;. .
': Schaffer,of New. :York arrived last beheld In "Oak Grove Park.; and if ,
.. ,Visiting'card printed ?y the Valley -''I week to spend, the remainder; of the, unfavorable In the Memorial Hall.. I . /I . 1 '

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SIX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1917 .
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GAZETTE:1 1t your own Fair for you. Doll up nice-Ju t like the year 0..0..000..0..00000. t
'I''.' THE' KiSSlHMEE: VALLEY when you,were. sixteen and had a' ; CONGRATULATIONS ':

t ............ R.ert P'rtar.Oink. had, that tintype picture made WALLACE! KING .
: a. 'V.II.F o.tt. .....1...' KI."I.-. Vlert.a them Remember .\
J, .. Some week. ago the Valley ?
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I": W.. B. HAHBUSJ ..* *>. b..VAN AONHW. Ow. Gazette suggested Wallace O. P
MAX P. MOKITK. Klt.r. SOME FAIR HISTORYIt Stovall, as King of +
Caaparilla at
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to ... ..._. 11. 'jI'
Tampa' Carnival. The suggestion *

},. i . will not be amiss to recite briefly was taken. King Stovall .
wa* crowned last night, hit *
..; EMSeRV tory while we are on this subject. Pro queen being Miss Grace Freeman *

teresting to know, that.the word "Fair" one of the city' most popular''* ..'
young'society leader 4 .'
I, the 'P'renab'wol'lt "flere" the .
I i y0 ( Ot t
the Italian era," the Latin "ferla,", .. .. .... .. ..

and that, is connected with''th. Latin !

feast.' \S !

. 'hP In the United States there are no Classified 'Advertisements i ,

( gsrArE PRCf'i that have been common in thf Old (

Is applied ,to a variety of exhibitions, ; FARMING Is profitable Ip+aequr ,

i charity and'agricultural exhibitions, in Florida. To know Florida' pos- ,.'
'. sibilities for live'stock and
..a.erlell.s .at.. tional, or international! expositions or poultry ..,
One Tear _____j_______-., _____--*-_______._110 the term is applied to all exhibitions raising dairying fruit and truck
COpy, Six I Month. ___, ____..________._:.A.i,____. 1.00 growing, read the Florida Farmer
0:1: Copy Copy, Three Month.. .,-?____.____.._____. .71reapnnd expected to bestow patronage or make, .and Homeseeker. Six 'months' trial
most common kind are agricultural
our authorised cor* subscription, 25 cents. Sample
copy -
omtbunlc beodggnedebytth. state, as 'you, know. This kind got
wrlt..r
mu.t free Address Florida Farmer and 'rr
ltde.t..d matter will not b. returned unless called for 'ular in. America in 1819. At ?
thing : ,
Homeseekeri;, Box SCO, Jacksonville WELCOME
YOU ARE
--t.r..4; ;!;; $In the Postofflce .t Kl..lmme., Florida aV 'was a prosperous merchant, Elkanah Fla. 52-tf .
'
*..fr ndclamatter..)_______ ed that such an enterprise,would .

FEBRUARY 9, 1917 manufacturing and help business. He Tiller., for rent, 'pply to. H OBEDIENT to Mr. Edison's wish, we offer *
with the state legislature and that
our store to every mus c.Jover io
910,000: ;yearly, for six years, for; p l: FOR EXCHANGE
l THE OSCEOLA. COUNTY. FAIR' tural products and family manufactures. house, east front, 75x150 feat, this city or. vicinity.. We want .to,give you an hour

nual county, district and state fairs ,, lots of fruit; price $2,500; will deal of music.' We want 'you to learn what music's ReCreation p
Only a few nays ande then the beginning of that great for orange grove. is. We enlist the admirers -
hedl. The district and-county fairs "acre farm in Eastern Kansas, has want to you among *
'eyen1-ho.Osceola' County Fair; .to which everyone In not mainly for the sale of goods, but for gas wells that pay $500 royalty per of Mr. Edison's latest and greatest invention, '

A vhlf section of the State has been looking forward to with poses. City or street fairs where annum. Price in$75 exchange.per acre. Want You may not purchase !now--.in fact you'may nev a

p keen anticipations of pleasure. As .the.time. approachesthe kinds are furnished are Intended.to 'orange acres grove well Improved Barton co",,- er: purchase; but it' isalmost; ,certain that after jou '

finishing r" ouehel 'ere,' being''priced'on the grounds of,\t.he) city by attracting trade to..them. ty Mo:,"worth $76 per acre, forjloridaprange'grove. have heard the New Edison you will become a T'"
for'.world's fairs, which are held,In,thl. .
near the city, the residences and business, house of Kls- commodities are sold,'the primary ;.- two-story" liou..T rt'! lot 'aM' walking
,. aiihmee are taking on a holiday appearance and the pop- People throughout Europe.look three-room cottage, flowing well, 'We, are glad to' give'you' our time in order to gain iJ -

place as a whole are preparing to show''their"spirit of meeting held for the purpose of and both'properties clear; want; orange worth $2,500 grove;' free your. f.,yo: .ble.opinion of- The New Editor - l .'r;.

kindliness) .and-intelligence to th'eatranger4Jho'3v111,: bee goods.-- People'resorted'to'Xihem I to : good exchange and .some V-.V 1 '," :
during-the festival feason) to collect stoma to last for several splendid bargains for sale. .
wfthln our.gates solicited PALACE DRUG STOREOTIS :
,a, the of cities endorsed them ,
"Wh .
magistrates
Just at thie'point many of us ask the question: NELSON REALTY CO. 3.

I it a Fair!" We can't all a awer--that-trom a single' view privileges granted long ago still STEVENS 'M '
V 'point. It mean something different to practically everyone some parts of Europe persons of all RENT-5-room furnished house r. "...,

of us. There is no doubt, though,.that the feeling of the great annual fairs to make their close in, $4 per week. E. E. Wells,
Insurance and Real Estate 104
q I gaiety is universal- even to those who must work like of articles of every description. This Possiel Ave. Phone 42. 7-tf .

'Turks.to make the occasion a success. The man or woman to the parts of Europe where trading ___ _ _- __ _______ -____ ___ _________ 000000 ___ ",
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I 1. with grouch has no business at our Fair at this time: highly developed as In.a\1\ parts -of SALE--A five-room bungalowon -
5.
1 a FOR'CITY
You must go prepared to enjoy .the blare of band musl greatest fairs in Germany are those of windmill West and Vine tank street, 3,000, deep gallons well; CHARTER TO BE BOARD CHOSEN AT PRIMARYOne L'I I At the Churches :;

t and the million noises that aren't music. You must be slg and Brunswick. Other noted and shrubbery and ornamental tree; I I. -

keyed up to revel in the sight of thousands of chattering yearly in Germany'are those of ; buy fromownerllltve middle man's of the most important matters .

t holiday makers of bright decorations, of pretty girls, of Budapest, Hungary; Sinigalia, Italy; ( commission. A. C;; CHAPMAN. tf coming before the city fathers at their j PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ,
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t ideshows and ballyhoos, of popcorn balls in red ts! ue, fore the war), and Nizhni-Novgorod, ;:, I -English bull terrier dog meeting this week was the proposal to The coming Sunday'!* Vocation Day ,
r and sweating glasses of orangeade, of sizzling sandwiches :named yearly attracts buyers .from all brown body, white feet, brown andwhite make the form of government of Kis in the Presbyterian Church. An ap-

and ice cream cones, of livestock and household and implement and Central and Northern Asia, and face, bob-tailed"\ ; answers to simmee more definite; in other words priate program will be rendered during -> .
"Tommie. ...
of Reward. Mra. .
I trotters and and 1100,000,000 changes hands. At Mecca name to have' a new charter prepared and the Sunday school opening the ... ,
) displays,'of pattering pacers Slater Reed, 202 Main. Kissimmee church, and at the 11 "
of grandstand of golden sun- fair is held in connection with the submitted to the voters In the near
Tanning horses buzzing I o'clock hour the pastor will preach'to.
whine and yellow dust clouds. Yes, and tired feet and Mohammedans,tnd is one of the most SALE-Well established mercantile Future. This cam.* up in the shape of : the young people on the "P inciples.

babies with heat-rash'', and smart alecks here world. One of the most noted of the business. Other business re- a resolution, which was adopted, and' Involved in the Choice of a Life
I whimpering in quires 'owner's time. Box 3Iff/ K's- the result is that at:the next city election Work.. A cordial invitation to' thin I
of Saint Bartholomew
and there-for we haven't reached the land of perfection London. simmee. 7tf a charter board of five memberswill I service is extended by the pastor. "

ytt. ning of the twelfth century.COURTESY be.elected to serve for two years. This being also Go to Sunday School *

,Mow, let's' peel the surface off the situation 'and see SALE-White Leghorn settings, Several matters of routine nature Day in Florida: special eoffrts ate being >
Osceola County. Fair, goingto be $1.00. SAM LUPFER. Phone 222. were given consideration by the Council made for large attendance and additions -
what's inside. The is TO
as was also a partial report from to the membership of the Sun
'pretty good advertl.lement for our''Whole'' communitythe 52-tf the bulkheading committee, which ,day school of this church.
'
surrounding farm lands and farmers; the city and It That Kissimmee will be crowded tl'o! PLANTS-6,000,000 Livingston asked for further time to complete
.. merchants. And really that theirwork, in getting the signatures ,
'enterprisingpublic-spirited Fair Globe now ready $1.25 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH l
the period is'an assured fact. ; perM of property-owners along the water ,p
t is the rock'-bottom purpose of holding'a Fair-adverts! here. Grown on new land from -
g Ing.. It is a community aim and effort' to show its people from all sections of ,the country, and best seed; guaranteed free' from front.February The committee 15, when was it is given thought until O. B.: Falls, pastor. .

stow much they amount to/and to show the outsiders that -eturn another year, which most of root knot or blight.' J. R. Davis, they will be able to make a compute Sunday school at'9:45: ; N) C. Bryan, '.pi"-";',:4
Bartow, Fla. superintendent I > ,.. .1'JlJ.ii,1\\
'' C, this is a mighty good place to live in--prosperous, pro 3rly' treated. It is the duty.of every , report. Preaching at 11 a.. nv ':SubJect;
I .
'W. I. Barber and others
and neighborly poopU. A man looking SALE--50-foot, cruising powerboat appeared "The Individual Task.?! t' .' ,
>ressiv ,country he wants of our guests. It matters before the Council with data on the ?
for apiece in which to live' couldnt reasonably, ask foanything ,wome. from the northern states as complete ''outfit, equipped with I, road across the head of Lake, Tohope- Busy Bees at 2 p.'f!m.
Junior B. Y. P; U.'at .
better. ' a *7\ ty fa two 15-horsepower engines; draws : kaliga to St. Cloud. They proposed p. 11\ ,
more or ; "
boring! communities for the festival pri Senior B. Y. P U, 6:15; 1. D. Gel-
inches of water and be used the withdrawing of the eastern city .
The Pair I, an educational\ clearing house. It is an ag. ing Osceola's first of'a series''of faire,' .30 can 1 gel', president ""
limits from the western boundary to
rlcultural and industrial ,institute for everyone., ,It is. '?: establishing a reputaefcnrnrcou for both passengers and freight. the meander line of the lake, and gave Preaching .7 p. m. Subject. "Our.
built
'Price $2,500 cost when Heavenly Home .
in .better farming and better living. It Ii'r" ;
short course to the the
f which individual citizen 'm same county, petitioners
> every Come where
the whole ia
$7,000. II. G. Warner, Agent, gospel r
physical demonstration of why the man who farms with hiving been assured pf $3,000 or more
preached.
pride.The Tampa, Fla. 1-tf of subscriptions for the construction {
bis head instead 'of with his hands must Inevitably sue
people of this
community
of the necessary bridges. The plan as
exhibition of what the ambitious '
need It is a comprehensive Our farmers know the city business men ( SALE-Fifteen acres in South- outlined appears to be a plausible one, EPISCOPAL CHURCH ,
. :' boy' or girl may achieve in agriculture, iivestocl1 deal. Our business men are pretty well west Kissimmee. Either in a sin meaning much to .Kissimmee, and a -

i raising, dairying, horticultural home gardening, domestic mot of the people who into FUNK or 'five-acre lots. W. II. committee was appointed to look Into The Holy Communion will be ad" :.
science or household economy. It' is an exposition o'!' come Leesburg Fla. 3-8t the matter, consisting Dr. W. W. I mjnistered inthls, church on Sundaynext
"stranger within our gates" should be' Carson, Roma Thomas who will act i at.8 a. m.
in farm agrl White to''. do plain S I
and
machinery lady .
i the marvelous improvement open arms, made to feel at home; feel with lIollI Bass and W. I. Barber in Morning prayer at 11 a. m. '
' It is lesson' the grea' Sewing. Call at No. 11 Darlingtonavenue r
eulturallmplerftenta. an object to the Coun Evening ,
away from their own places of this (Friday) afternoon. presenting a proposition prayer at 7:30: p. m.
1 part which Improved machinery playa in the developmcn' etc.,they have come,to a section of the ty Commissioners. The minister in charge will preach .
" and cultivation of the farm and the increased prosperity PLANTS FOR at both services. ,:''j
t the most hospitable people on earth. We
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HOLD
r of. the farmer. all of us-that we are at all times ready SALE. CAMP MEETING .
I The chief educationat'value of our Fair lies In the fact MOST INTERESTING SESSION ;
Klondyke, $2.25
way to be polite, ready to give Inform per "
that it is demonstrative in character. The eye is 'a more and make feel that the whole thousand. Fifty' other varieties Begin' today at 7 p. m., contiunes- \. .
our guests
convincing instructor than the ear.'We are slow to' accept described in my free catalogue. Friendship Lodge, K. of P., held an ten days or longer; conducted by- :
I
latchstring at.them. It will be the session this week at their Lewis
interesting Sawgalsky a converted Jew' '
and believe in new method until we have had optical Plants_guaranteed true to name ,,'
any
tisement that Kissimmee can put forth, and free from disease. A trial order headquarters in Fraternity Hall. The from Europe, assisted by &several ,
'proof of its superiority over the old. Often it is difficultto ing the city departing guests' say; 'will convince you that Hall'splants rank of Page was'conferred upon Gay other preachers.and workers. All denominations !
secure the, attention of the busy man or woman long again and -with more'of' are the beston: the market. Livingston and J. C. Schmidt, while are invited to come and "
enough to give such a-demonstration. Not infrequently it get acquainted Remember, everything is Otis Stevens, the manager of the Pal- spend a few days with us. .' >1!
guaranteed
the llt listring, all-ready be pulled Store advanced to the rankof The tent is
Drug
? ace situated in South Kis- n<
happens that farmers who would be most benefited by /!. Keifford Hall, Rhodesdale.Md. '
iod. Tell him that might not know Esquire. simmee Clover
: on street. "
r better methods of farming are not sufficiently interested you 'S. F., Fansler, ,.Agt., Kissim :. _ ;
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but now Is a first rate opportunity to # "
Fla.
ik at meeting called the mee, 6-4t ,0
,to be present any special for purpose -I
1 and the courtesy will be worth while to ,
of discussing the subject! But the Fair appeals to' ,
your guest. FOR CITY TREASURERTo AMERICA'S GREATEST
VIOLINIST
I that trait of mankind which demands entertainment and the White Voters of Kissimmee: \t ;.

amusement and becomes a common forum for the discus- . to serve the citizens in the NMR
ALBERT SPALDING
r, don of all matters having to do .with agriculture, indus TAMPA'S BIG of City Treasurer, I hereby < :.:t...
try, the home and the school. In this clearing house of my announcement for the office ..
to the white primary which is ASSISTED BY'c'u- i'- .0'1.' 1.\\\
education the learns what tho the Mecca '
farmer manufacturer ,
; Tampa was the for pleasure be held during the month of March, .":,r
'; 1' merchant and the banker are and have been, doing' 'tomake'Ills past week:, the attraction being the S If elected, will use my: best efforts Mme.' Loretta Del Valle 'I&
t less arduous and his farm moro profitable, the proper and faithful perform.. <, ,,'
and -Gasparilla Carnival which .'
P comes
of. the duties of that
the resident-learns that 'is . position.
and town rapid being
progress
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k made {In agriculture. A bond of common interest is created row. Bigger and better than in past ; 'that I am,thoroughly quali') PRIMA DONNA OF THE ,ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, PRAGUE ', ' : ':;

- which means much to both the'town and country, sands. ''who :wandered to'the )hustling, 'to official handle, I respectfully the requirements solicit the as AT; THE ROSALIND' CLUB, ORLANDO, MONDAY EVENING, FEE-: f

) j /A :Fair like the one''which psceola county proposes'to wonderful:products of the southern" ; of all good -citzens, for which RUARY 12TH, 8 O'CLOCK . .. : \ }

give 1 is; truly of value and a benefit* to everyone. The farmer displayed in a most .elaborate and am thankful' In advance.A. M. STORY.. HJftHIl! '* 'PROGRAM r* ." r'
, learns'by: actual observation the newest devices as instructive The city *
manner. was
, 'there ; I 1.' "Devil's Thrill". Sonata t _____1_______ __________ Tartint' ,'" r
and in agricultural Implementa. He learns "
pageants
improvements were'great'street ; and Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, state ALBERT SPALDING .."I"' 31;;'
''their use and benefits. He learns in what way they assist ties for the enjoyment of all, the for the home extension work, .
t in'soil cultivation. i in plant growth, in sowing, In harvesting were royally entertained; competently 'several days in Kissimmee this 2. (a) Vergebliches Standchen ?----.--.*-,.-- =;.---u--- Brahms ,I. "a'\:

in threshing. He learns the economic value of the their every we/its, cheerfully looked conferring with the county (b) Mandoline -------------->._jv:: ...- --_--________ Debu y ",!.bI
Miss-Albina Smith, and visiting .(c) Voce di Primavera____;__-______ . __Johann Strauss :\
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more modern? machinery, of.the silo, 'of motor power on such -splendid manner as to add 'new canning.clubs. -- \G!
LORETTA DEL V All..E.
+m the farm. The urban dweller is furnished a vivid picture reputation as being the 'most hospitable Mr. Gross of Louisville who .
the Ky., 3.: Concerto in D_____________________ _____,.________ Pa'ganini' '
' of agricultural resources of the community.. lie The festivities Incident to the arrival sed a twenty-acre tract of land !. ?

learns :about the fertility of the soil irt the ;vicinity, -of parilla, crowning .of the king and 'Kissimmee Park three years ago, ALBERT'. SPALDJNG : ; +.
; the month of in 4. Bell Song from "Lakre"____'i:_-__ __ -' '
spending February ____
what I Is being done to increase the farm yield, to Improve ball were more elaborate than on ? __.________ UeliBe. '
and feels well
pleased LORETTA DEL VALLE
a i the quality of the stock and to multiply the total dairy while one of the biggest stunts pulled this section of the State.' lie is 5. ( ) Prize, Song .from '
product. 'Every manor woman, whether city country fast given by the Rotary Club In honor at the Lincoln House a "Meistersinger"WagnerWiihelnl* '

resident, is brought Into dOleI''touch"with the home life 'state. We had the pleasure of being We desire to heartily recommend (b) Hungarian Dance No. 1 1--i____ ___,., Brahms-Joitchim. '

+ of others.! All imbibe that broader education which means great'occasion, and aa a'result got back fellow townsman, Dr W. B.JWith- (c) Alabama (Plantation Melody and Dance)_____Albert Spalding' 4t
; for position he de- -fd) Polonaise in D_________________ .. '
t, co.operatlon-that I ideal. education which is service to'self ; give the story in detail, which! will be any may ?_______ Wi niaw.ky ., ,.
to fill ia the fire department. '
'r' .and an alKHumanlty.( 'ti ,,,. .. week.. And,_ Incidentally," !It may'bti, Saturday'morning an Incipient ALBERT SPALDING "

'i Now, get ready .to have a"good time, everybody I I.t :week's) 'issue is in any way'' disappoln : which' started' on' 'thr ANDRE" BENOIST. _.At the Piano STEINWAY, PIANO USED .:

.t, Everything!: will be done to guarantee you 'plenty f1'amusement readers, just put the blame orf" of th ,.Doctors residence, 'was TICKETS ON SALE" AT BRANCH'S STORE ORLANDO.
:that gentleman's
by ; prompt ,
I and in.truction" and'nothing- will be' done toA. gather with,aU the hustling 'good .
with the water bucket. The loss RESERVED SEATS $1.50. GENERAL
pot -J damper( your moat' frivolous mood and spoil'VT !1 .prising.metropolis: of South,FJorida) ,. !is but trifling. ADMISSION, $}t.oe' .

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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY,' GAZETTE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY ., 1917 ,SEVEN



,j '. I r INTERESTlNGLOCALITEMs' 11 *..000..0..0000.0.0.ACCOMODAtJotoS NEEDED IF YOUR FEVERISH CHILD 1$, CONSTIPATEDLook .CROSS.I ,


..0.0400 FOR VISITORS! HAVE + Mothert If tongue Is coated '
r O'OOO.UOOOtotOo' New ga* station at Gilbert's. YOU ANY ROOMS cleanse little bowels with "Call- WE FILL THE
Lace! Larel I Three yards ford Go fornia Syrup of Figs."
y. \ \ WeatherReport{ : Monday at Gilbert's. t The city I I. filling op with $ Mothers can -....t easy after giving
Monday (2 Gowns at ''$1.89. The. O' strangers. It Is necessary to O "California Syrup of Figs because In II
Gift Shop No. D Darlingtofl avenue. provide rooms and board for'''o a few hour all the clogged-up waste,
Mr. and Mrs.. C. A, Orr of Buffalo! .'many. If you have!! any rooms, O sour'' bile and'fermenting food gently BILL
Following'are dally tempera. N. Y were tourists looking. about with or without meals, in fact move/,'out of the.bowels, and you ,
turei and precipitations as reported Kisiimmee Wednesday. + accommodations of any kind no.. o have a' well playful child again.SiekL.children \. "
1 by Government Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kilborn of tify immediately Secretary A. E. needn't- coaxed to
station None but the best is good enough i if(the,highest'resultis
1, af Kl.simmee ta- 'ha week end Dowag-lac Mich., were in town 4 Thomas, Room 14,'-State "Bank take this harmless "fruit laxative; ,,

ing! Thursday February 8: Wednesday,on then way to.Coronado Building, giving address prices, + Millions they of mother.know its keep action it handy on the because I ,to be attained.; Whether you get repairs or buy
Beach. I
Max. Min. Rain Miss Lucy Waiter t'is her from. Raleigh etc. stomach, liver and bowel! i* prompt merchandise. do not feel that the transaction has
Friday _. TJ 38 and "
7i N ttOtO OO..ooto .o sure. '
visiting her slater Mrs. .OOOO 'been closed unless satisfied.
thoroughly /!
Saturday\ .. _.43 24 Lewis O'Bryan. She Is Ask your druggist for a 50-cent : you are : ,
accompaniedby "
bottle of "'"California Syrup 6f Figs,
Sunday ,.,..68 28 Miss Fanny Young, also of Kal- .
? babies
'
Which contains directions for '
Edith ShearousB from Guyton You Mutt Be Pleated If ,
I Miss ;
.. ... ::1 and for 4
Monday .58 \ i ,, eiJrl1.Mrs.. A. M. 'Edmonds of New York ua.- is visiting her, brother, G. M. children of all ages grown I
J Tuesday.., -55 28 I ''who is spending the winter in KUsim- Shearouse, Jr., and his wife, at their ups. I You DoBu.ine, With U ;4

Wednesday _.68 35 mee. visited her--brother, II. t>. Shep apartments at No. 17 Mabbette street. MR. ACKMAN PLEASED WITH
'' Thursday _. .:.7545 nerd, at Winter Haven for a few days 'prof. R. Ml: Evans received an Invitation LOVELY OF KISS1MMEE Watch our Show Windows, for bargains during Fair
(' this week. CITY .
to act as one of the judges of Week. We will offer
71 :. ooo.oo.to.oo.o.oo..o Mrs. R. 1.. Gilbert of Jacksonville, the school exhibit at the South Flor F. M. Ackman, who, with his family .

, '' 'Gaal-Gasl at'Gllb rt'n.,, who is grand guardian of the Jurisdiction ida Fair, now in ..eBliont but owing to are spending the winter here, nothing but best quality
of Florida was In the tity: this of business, obliged to wire '
press was writes .
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. week In atendance on a special meet. regrets.Rev. stopping at 515 Emmett street, goods and a look

r, Go 'to Sunday'school Sunday. Yes, Ing of tire Woodman Circle. Edwin "W. Bisnop. D. D., left his home paper the Lawrenceville at same'will convince ;
"YOU. Mr. and Mrs. O..P. McCfcbw, Mr.; and Tuesday after a pleasant sojourn Republican of Lawrenceville, 111., as ,,
You can get three yards lace for Be Mr. and Mra.'J. S. Teal \frere.a pleas with friends at Brockton Massachu follows: N 'you that our' prices ,

Monday at Gilbert's. ant party of winter residents' at Kisslmmefe setts.. He was formerly pastor: of the "Perhaps some of our friends would are right.Your> v
$1.35 Gowns-at 79t75c; .Gown* sd Park who motored to" Kisslmmeo church at Grand Rapids Michigan like to know where we are and whatwe I ;

,' 39c. The Gift Shop No.,9, Darlington Lyles for Story the and day Tuesday.his which Mr. and Mrs J. J. Tucker are/ are doing. For the present we are 1/,1 Grandmother' 4
wife, accompanied -
;i wenue. members and was their guest while located here and enjoying the finest ;
The stork stopped the home af Eleanor by Misses who Lura 'Warden and here. He rt a gentleman of distinguished weather we ever experienced in Janu Watch
t Warden an visiting here
Mr. and Mrs. Jack 23ass Sunday aDd from Tennessee appearance and substantial ary. Oranges, oranges, everywhere;
went Tampa Tuesday He filled the of look the load. t would keep perfect
left, a fine baby girl. combined ousiiress' personality. pulpit every place you lrees are i ;
x n a and
Seed-grafted avocados often .bear mission. pleasure the Presbyterian rhurchone Sunday ed with golden fruit. Green grass: time today had it been
wnile here and delighted his hearers. beautlf roses and other flowers palm

'second more cold titan; three oranges.varieties Write; stand I. B. ,:children Mr. and arrived Mrs. W.Tuesday J.- Fling and and are two occupying ., Mrs. "E. --B Snodgrass., Mrs. A. M.iMmonds trees waving In the bl'hl'' ;. lettuce all, properly cleaned and 'oiled. Let us j examine: yours ? 4
and Mrs. John tureen who beans new potatoes and
pass
Beach West Pate free i their '
for resldence'at
Beach, ( 638 Broad kinds of garden stuff line ripe strawberries from Ult will cost you nothing.Repair .
booklet. 7tf way. Mr. and Mrs.,Ping have enter Ttre herstrom nal'twiek- Y.. spend* _. anl honest opinion
ed the children In. the, athools' rng the winter, have returned from a -if Eden wen more beautiful '- and perfectly done and guaranteed
public work neatly ,
' Mr. aad i Mrs Barry Montgomery pleasure outing 'when''they joined a than this It was grand pla .. Lota ,
r 'Johnston. Ohio, oho are winter residents and expect. to, remain until school of fish are being caught In the lake. ,"
' >arty T frien numbering sixty at '
2
at "Kissimtaee Park, returned ctoses. I at. Cloud andenjoyed a Take dxeurraoin'os'Matt .I r I Boat excursions: : every 'few days. The.Correction of Vuion- ,
.
:_' .:Monday Xrom Fort fryers, where they. "M: E.'Steven,.'the genial agent of Tohopekallga, to WildWood Northern people are'eoming to. Flor .
':have btm spending-aeveral days. the A. C. L. freight depot, moved' last Grove. '''The tattle arranged I Ida by the thousands,1 by the proper fitting,of Spectacles is our special duty '
: Mr. sad Mrs. C.J,. Hilton intmrri Monday to Ms suburban home just 'Under the 'trees were loaded down Rev. D.' S. Moore 'and wife arrived consult
i Saturday from Tampa where they north of the city Where he parchasefl with all the dainties of the season In ,here yesterday from Winter Haven. and we would be pleased to have you UI, .t.3OTY1WUTE

+ have been speeding several day attending what''was known as the'' old Taylor 'good-bid-time-picnic style and the appetites Tell our friends to>> write to us, we .. NEXT TUESDAY; FEB... 13th.
,.
the Carnival and place, recently owned by'Mr. Livingdton. would their letter."
., : Gaapvrlila "of the party were in harmonywith : gladly. answer '
.
'yisi ting friends.Mr. I the spread In the afternoon a
,,', and Mrs. John L. Frysburg of Delegates appointed to attend'I the: number of very fine Impromptu talks Messrs. J. P.'Black:' and E. L. Wing H. O. BROWN &, CO.. Inc.
'l andsdawne have arrived in Kissim.mee district convvntron the W. C. T. CL, wen'made by-speakers present and an of Tulsa, Okla., are here for a few ,' :
to spend! He I1'emainder.r""the I held at St. Cloud: Mrs S. B. AuTt- uneventful.homeward 'trip completed .days and are guests sit the Lincoln '8uu-l-"CU J.w.liy: c., 4
'
season They are :among the regular man, Mrs. J.M, Cochrane Mr*. W. A'I this pleasant,event. House. ., r- AND OPTOMETlUSTS.t.
winter visitors here and have many Clark Mrs. J. Z.: Roberson.. Mrs. W. I JEWELERS ..
friends who will be pleased to learn TVitherspoon, Mrm.. J. M.'MrFhatter: r 1 ;' II.o.BROWN....... ,*,
>of their preeaee :In the city. Mrs. J. R. Bronson and Mrs. H. :w. .

W.'1>. Scoville, who is a prominent Morrow. YOUMANS y .. _It. _-ft' ..n. t ", n. t w.-III w.n-M- ...."' q.
CASHWELL & -
-
and well-known'' 'citizen of Kansas Miss Minnie Floyd, state agent Tor '
City, Mo., accompanied by,bis wif-s, the poultry department, arivtd in the -- .
,arrived in Kissimee Sunday to view .;city Thursday and will assist county ENGINEERS. AND ELECTRICIANS PRIMARY TO BEN R. VARDAMAN TO BE
the sights of this section and to visit agent, Miss All-Ira Smith, in -Kganlzn ..' 10TH AT COMMUNITY FESTIVALBen
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. John poultry clubs throughout the Electrical, : Jtt: HELD 011 MARCH.
W< do alll kind of Repair WOrk Armature and -
,
Green. have been touring the q
They "unt7"have
Executive held ,RI| Vardaman president of,the
south for the post iwo months and ex-; your car gased up at C bm's. Field Winding a Specialty. v The City which Committee had for Us National Community Betterment Association *
|pert to visit.Havana and go. as far, H. D. Wells, wife and granddaughter weetbfir Tuesday, for associate editor of the Merchants -
L._ !south as the canal zone before returning of Akron, Ohio, are spending ''J"raulfonnere-made over, Auto Ignition System overhauled 'purpoee'the: namlTlg'of the-and the Trade Journal the world'sgreatest
home. Their Itinerary will Includea few weeks here. Mr. Wella war here She: White Man' Wmary in business magatlne; author of
visit with relatives in Georgia. On Tour and is sur We do first-class house transaction of such other business
ago agreeably i .wiring of the notable works on leadership a man
lear. wtih the selection} ;
'Thursday Mr and Urn. Scovllle and the growth of Klssimmee I connection of national reputation, and Is reeog-'
Those
Mr. and Mrs: Green left.In' their car and the many new residences built, P. 0. BOX'93 :K1SSIMMEE FLA. city officials for another were term.: S. H.Bullock nized as one of the most foroeful and
meeting
'for Miami and other eaat coast cities, I present at the :
and pavsd streets etc. They are guests practical speakers before the American -
l'l C.
IL Lawson;
" and. will be gone about a w&?k. att'th Lincoln' .use. l .: chairman F.: 'public today. HI. writings ar.
IA. Carson and "W.'C. Bass :. . of business and'A
Is followed by thousands
The call formulated published
as
'; ): . in mnetherieoltmm T>f this 'Issue, and professions! men throughout the
and the demand for.his lee-
country,
.. provides for the Wldin of the WhlUMan's ,
before conventions chambers
tures great
Primary wn Saturday, March commercial
the hours flxed by of commerce : dubs. ?
10. 1*17," during
: law.The list of officer to be filled arema'Uf' cha'Utauqua.-coUep and high school
marshal I graduating classes, Y. M* C. A and t
clerk, treasurer
I city:
'
and tax: : collector- three members of lyceum courses, is so great that his
,. available time is often engaged a yearor
D1SGOUM5 .the sty council !wI' two years each,
s flve-iuembeifi of the executive commit. more in adv.nteIJ) -wftI' appear -
: at the Community Festival'in March. .
.
: tee f r one Tear.Odt
,, I
..>_ vhn'tiKir paid their poll His lectures are Titlrant. with life-be-,
I taxes for: the ym-1916 and -1918, cau..' he knows" people- -men and I

and who haM reRtetered up to and In-I women, their problems, needs",--desires
'Yor W ek ; ludis 'Marcb ',",. .1917, and,i who ambitions and limitations. The-world' J
air plertre thern elrei"to abide-by the re- Is hungry for the kind ,of teachingthat
suit t>f said primary election and Vardaman i. giving. Teaching
that tnakes clear of the thing/
vote Tor the nominees' thereof at the some
ensuing city.election will be qualifiedto of human nature, life and business1
)'IITtl ipate. In wrier tf qualify anchave'their that have long been thought of a* belonging i,
in the realm of the and
u+ u names placed on the official vague K
ballots, caiMHdates-muit file with the mysterious; teaching that moves men
chairman of the executive committeeon to aetion-*-that can be-applied by the

or'before February 28, 1917, proper ordinary individual' lit the common ,
notice, this to be accompanied by the wallwof life. "
White Goods Sale : amount of assessment made for the The Vardaman lectures are big
purpose of conducting the expenses pf broad scholarly, practical and Insplring .;
,' the primary. These assesments are -full of Ideas,'"wit and common: .

. '-- -' : as follows: Mayor $5, clerk $5, mar sense.
'" :ehdl and tax collector. $5, members of
city council! $2. OVERLAND ENTHUSIASTS TO .
"

: f. Dry Goods Shoes furnishings : TWO "RIDE THE Gf>A T" BE TREATED TO THE "MOVIES'' 'r

i W. J. Westervelt and Edwin L. J. J. Griffin, the.Overland man an" ;
I !I:3leep.: ;.were given the Fellowrraf nonriced yesterday that he has secured

Degree in Masonry. Monday evening. for the automobile owners in Kisslm-.
: >X: .by the 'Orange Blossom Lodge. meS the motion pictures on the Knight,.
; ; We are now in our new home and have just received a big shipment sleeve valve motor which has been l"
exhibited in Chicago Indian
PICTURES EXTRAORDINARY Boston

I '" of just the things you will be needing for early spring. Now, to celebrate INTEREST OVERLAND USERS apollo centers.Pittah The-,picture,,q; rnd other wil be automobile shown at., >

": Although the average.man who sits .the Casino Theater February 26th. j I*
: : : our first County Fair and encourage you to visit us in our new home --we behind the.wheel of his automobile is "The pictures are not technical
,
able lo teU.at what horsepower the said Mr, Griffin"nor were they made-
.. tfigwinds motor of his automobile I* rated he is from an engineering; standpoint They
: are going to throw our profits to all during r Week.. .familiar with the reason why...The are from automobile owners and tell
- - power curve in chart form is familiar In the language of the'layman the history -< ,
I. with all engineers, and now the Wil of the sleeve 'valve motor it*
: STOCK UP WHILE THE. PRICES ARE RIGHT lys-Overland Co. has stripped this progress in Europe, and in this country '
subject of all technicalities and will , and wherein it differs from the
'" automobile motor as the average motorist -'
illustrate. :'power curve of the Wil '
knows it.
lys-Kalght4beve' valve mrtor on the
"For some time 'have been trying

;:. I Lot'of Embroidery Lot. of Lace Lot Embroidery, 'T mptioa' "eater The pictures picture Monday,screen"night explained, February at the Mr Casino,. Grlfnn 16th.- through to mee.secure. The years this Willys-Overland attraction of association for Klssim-withKnl..ht Co...,

the local Overland dealer 'Under
motor interest, have come &0-
J whose auspices the picture are being be regarded as expert on this subject .,
l}. -- : Regular- 10c 'Values. Up to .12 1-2c Values Good Values' at: shown "ere directed to the emr owner and as a result wherever the pictures;,
-rather than to the technical engineer, have been exhibited, the audience has
.1, ,''t 1 and therefore mUch thought was givenby ben enthusiastic.

. . .. This Sale This Sale 18c and 20c this Sale the wmya-Overland Co. In thef f. "In Europe. .every automobile owner'
. . I preparation of a power ''n"-chart knows the Knight motor just as thoroughly :'1
t': eo that it might be shown on the I I as h.'know. everything else in: ,
screen In a manner calculated to Interest connection with motor 'cars, but in-
and impress the average man. I America the motor i i. not so widely- ;
:. .. "When the pictures have shown In I known. For this reason It has been
: ': 5c 5c. lOc.H motor is, there appears on the screen deemed'advl..ble.to place before the t
Interesting detail what the Knighta owners the real truth regarding! what ,S Sis
. square frame, up one side of,whichIs known as the greatest advancement
',' J \, ... indicated by figures,' various degrees in automobile design in the last tens. !
: of horsepower; along the bottom years." '
f ': the frame figures indlcat.ine' r
; "' ; of "are
: f i: COME SEE-IJ.'L 4 the number of revolutions a J1)inate ELECTION OF OFFICERS.The .

!. , ,t ,i and the frame itself is chartered. -
"A: small mark appears at the low- annul election of the Consolt." '
.I erle.ft hand corner of the animated dated Title Company 1""*r held in the,
t chart and become. a small line as It law offices'of Crawford A Jarrell.
: Store
( : The Qtiality., Inc. .lowjy wind.' Its; way upward and re-elected when the following
,. across the screen showing the power were for office. '?
development the Knight motor." : President P. A. Vans.Affnew; vie.reeldent .
.
-" Thus the ,Willys-Overland Co.' ,. A. E. Donenn secretary
:", C. W. DANN, Manager , with the aid of a motion;picture,' Is,I'treasurer! yr B.,Crawford, r.
"
able to give'what is declared to be thr
'106 ,BROADWAY t' STATE, BANK .BUILDING most vivid description 'of the.power, i. City Councilman Roma Thomas Kaav'' 10

., curve ever, developed." purchased a,Country Club''' OrerUnd., ;." ..,
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BIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEV GAZETTE.: ftlDAY: FEBRUARY 9. 1917

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:; GROWERS. VICINITY OF OPTIMISTIC KISSIMMEE OVER AND I Graystone' Hotel.. Changes Management Next Week I



I EFFECT OF RECENT FREEZE


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Not since 1895 has winter fastened the actual damage done to the fruit ot ,

/Its icy grip on this land of fruit and the county; he said; Reports conflict

flowers! as on last Friday, when the as to the real condition. Some grow. I ,t
.: 'f high wind and rapidly lowering tem-
threatened the prosperity of ers claiming they were not injured,
perature while others estimate the total loss ot
the tour of innpection
but
the community, L .
taken by County Agent JJ. E. the remainder of the fruit now on the I.4

I Evans on Saturday was greatly rras- trees and trees.possibly" many'' of' the : __ WrJUJMiMMk '

,, surlng Instead, of the almost total- JOBS of' younger N. C, Bryan, of the Waters & Car- 1 '1N!

'I' wealth of thiajcounty that I son Grocery: Company, in expressing! ) pCc rKt"t "
the citrus fIIit reported, the present conditions his opinion, said: 'the Lord smiledon r tk , rry ,
was :!
section and it bit.
somewhat better this di n't hurt a
be
,seem to "r
s localities, Not real! hurt I mean. The cabbage i ''f"b g . A r ti m i Fk
able than that little permanent damage willresult I was injured IIbout"25! per cent: Mos. e ; ,II''

of the potatoes and beans -were planted

Mr. Evans stated that trees In the . Jut not up Glery was injured
immediate vicinity of KiesimmM and 'but little. Most of the ('Itru!!-crop wap

!l' those near the farm houses'' that had, harvested\ and what was l heft belonged
t suffered most l but, to rich \\TIen, who could afford to.lose( ,
has
been "petted" ; ,.....
ks generally; ,, speaking, tho' groves were Tho young trees" were damaged, but __ ti tv :
will pain.
condition. I I'or com
dormant !
In fairly
a ..
..
three Demonstrator! Evans! has Old Timor Oplimi" -lic
been urging years the farmers!!! to "l'l'! ,,Vafa" In speaking of the situation, Senator
;
and not force the growth; 'till themiddle C. A. Carson president Of th' .no. ,x.aaar .
.
,
; 4 ; nf F.phriiarv.. and in many inn State flank: said I .I_: "Osceola.county. es }N tti.a !-troy-----.d
: of coped wonderfully, considering the ex1-
i stances: the loss 1U of the remainder ,
f" the fruit crop and the. pinching of the tent.of the low tpmoerature. Evidently "
extent of the tender; vegetables were killed. Th ., ,
f jj i tender growth is the laiatae aCara te ,Un a aalur n 1nr + .r uu, un u ,ue unum m
i d[ ,, dama :e. Water protection featured, potato crop'escaped.. In my opinion 'rasa.. eH+s s sauce r. an a e n u? u
Qld trees unhurt. Th-3' citrus
[ IMS *|1n some sections and erratic air currents were ,.
were' also pronounced. crop for the current yeAr was"not entirely \
Good Advice Given destroyed There is quite a bit
: .
the of bloom yet" .
:Mr. Evans strongly urges grow'ere.to
I l
delay any action till a weak or SenatorCarson also cited the fad
ten days has elapsed for two reasons. that pioneers who experienced:: the'!
1 ' First; no.one can tell just how far the freeze of 1895 were the most optimistic ,
'* frost has penetrated into the life ofT in predicting the loss occasionedby
and pruning the.cold of last week. ,
the tree,' at, this date, 6Beginning
done now might result in needless Freaks of Front
life in I.. .M. Whidden, cementing oh the
Second plant
waste of growth. '' ... ".''''=- '%J
of the frost and of .
is nearly dormant freaks spoke \*, ., ; .
,the present: .condition ' .i "' ':> i,. "-rr t r'
y8 -' and should pruning-!! done the, streaksV:,: and epote'thatweredeft I entirely .b1o11dayt': 'Ii Klssimmee's the reputation being*one of the best ;eling'men; of Florida, together1 with agement of the Graystone Hotel aC ">1

root system would immediately put ono : untouched. He'stated that famous hostelry, the Graystone Hotel, resorts of its kind in Florida, and un- his reputation of being* a first-class Kissimmee. Mr. Witchtendahl's successor ,
a new tender growth and should even I vegetables suffered most. Old trees der the expert care of the new man business mart there is no doubt but at the Elks will be chosen at a. xtmeeting
a slight frost recur the damage wouldbe 1 were little damaged, but nursery' stock having ager will add much to .the distinction that the patronage of the hotel will of the board of governor
considerable.' I somewhat-hurt.' Bryan and Herbert Wichtendahl of it already enjoys. increase largely under his guidance of this afternoon. Mr. Wichtendahl is: +.J'
;. In places where the effects of ,the I E. 1. Lesley said: "We must ack- Orlando. 4 The new manager has many friends affairs. The following paragraphfrom deservedly popular In Orlando and the-
;freeze are evident in the splitting of nowledge that young/ trees are hurt, Mr. 'Wlt htendahl will have direct a recent issue of the Orlando good wishes of his many friends will 'Ii i
the bark, Evans recommends as a first but the old trees will bloom off againas charge of the hotel, having had much in Kissimmee. For several years past Reporv r-Star is self-explanatory accompany him to Kissimmee. lip. :$
aid, the wrapping with string/ or twine I only the tender growth was hurt. experience in' this line. He is thor he has been in charge of the Elks of that ..
e H-i closed the conversation with the Orlando and has been fr. "Herbert Wichtendahl, who has will increase the patronage ,
and then painting with grafting wax, oughly capable of giving this section Club at a !!-
'; f I' 'a preparation of six pounds of rosin I remark properly: .Is the time to buy a service which will be second to none quent visitor to this section. Havinga been manager of the Elks Club for the hotel no doubt, for he has a large acquaintance i1.

s one pound of beeswax to one pint of grove ,, all right. in' ,the state The Graystone enjoys wide acquaintance among the trav- past two years; has accepted the man among traveling men"
,
J.. W. Miller thought most of the c .
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linseed oil, One or'two applicationsof I ----- - -- ------------- ----------- -- - ,
carbolineum, white lead, 'asphalt young orange trees were killed to the seem to have been unhurt," was the RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATIIY
roofing would also, ground but urged the growers to cut
paolnt be eectlve or rubberoid In saving; the life of the them down and bud the new growth report brought in by Pat ,Johnson{ Whereas God'In His infinite 'wisdom % 4 4BE

+ tree in case the sections of bark, between that will appear. He also recommended who is in 'charge of that property, has seen best to take Mr. Han- FINE DODGE $850 AUTOMOBILE TO ..

the splits ,would be even one- a delay of pruning for a week or so and when asked about the Donegan- cock, the father of our sister, Maude

half inch In width.Demonstrator . till the full extent of the damage Johnson groves on East Lake, Attorney Thomas from his home here on earthto GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE
Evans is optimistic would be evident past doubt.
r, y in his view of the county situation 'and I H. M. Bratton, who has been county Johnson said: "The entire fruit his heavenly'home;

p ,; urges the growers not to get "cold enumerator for several years and is in ('rop'looks'al if it had been f ror-n! and Therefore, Be it resolved by the ,
feet" over the first freeze in twenty close touch with the' crops of the the; tender growth on some of the budsIS members of Kissimmee Temple No. 21, '
.s II- county, said: "Thefarmers of this probably killed. otherwise the DO YOU WANT AN AUTOMOBILE DO YOU;> WANT TO GET ONE i;
r Sisters that extend to
years. section should learn the lesson from freeze is positive benefit Pythian we
,* Truck, suffered most. Evans a -ridding
estimated crops the loss to the berry growers this freeze of diversified .farming. No the trees of insect"'Stanford I Brother and Sister Thomas in their FOR ALMOST NOTHING NOW !S YOUR CHANCE! ,

S would not exceed 2 to 3 per cent man should raise truck or trees ex Extremely; CheerfulII. deep bereavement our sincere- sympa DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! IT
of'the' plants,'and that new bloom elusively but should also' produce Clay Stanford Is extremely thy. '
would appear as soon as warm weather corn and hay to feed beef and pork. cheerful in his viewpoint and remarked | That we feel that the greatest consolation WONT RETURN AGAIN I
returned.> Slight damage was done The section should produce more of :. "Aside from the loss of a few! we can offer-' is that he is .

t, celery, beans and potatoes were not the foods, consumed here and it can ales in real estate and perhaps a with his heavenly father waiting' to The Osceola County Fair Association in order'to make it interesting 1
,
be done.. in the the cold fed and
i and cabbage, with the 'exception drop price weather welcome his loved one we'trpat'that
of up the late planted crop,' was little inlured. I Rigllt along this line was the opinions : God's blessing! in destroying In"l'l'to4nd when time shall be no more and from more than one'standpoint, ; has made arrangements by whichit

I' of D.GT, Wagner, who voices a in putting/ the ground in better, "The Roll Shall Be Called Up Yonder will be in position to, offer( the public something that'-appeals to

*People Are upiiin:.Lie business man's view of the situation.He condition for next year's crop." ,! ," there shall be a happy family re- every man, woman and child-whoever they may be. A beautiful late '. '
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said: "The effect on the whole -is ;J. M. Lee and M. Katz, who have I union.''
Little else was heard.on the'lltreeh likely to be a salutary one" This section large grove interest near here. "tate, I| Resolved, further, that a .copy of model Dodge automobile spick and span, just from the factory havingall I
) this week, but the freeze, and its prob is too prone to, specializing of that: nothing' definite can be said re- these resolutions be sent to our sister the latest improvements and appliances--electric lighting: selfstarting p

able effects-on the business of the one Industry when only diversified eerdinp their groves for several days, 1 and brother; a copy be handed tq the etc., will be given away on the last day of the Fair ABSOLUTELY '

community: when growers, business farming can meet varying conditions ""J J. R. .>njspeaking of hts: local paper for publication and a page FREE! Now get in the running. ItVentirely up to )'ou." There's absolutely
y men",professional men and even win This county should produce more of its property) west of the city, said while in our 'minute 'book be set aside for
ter residents expressed, more or less foodstuffs.." he suffered from-the frost, a yaar these our,heartfelt sympathies. no strings tied to the proposition.. .. .
varying\ opinions. .'' Business. Men NotDownt"ut"'q would repair the damage. MAYME JEFFORDS..,' *< 44' > All that is required to-enter into this most interesting contest is

C.; H. Funk, of the Hilliard Islind The business men are not downcastover C. W; Ward voIces the se.itimen'i"' ALMA FARMER. that you purchase Jt ticket to the ,Osceola County Fair-a 50c'general

Section, said: "My seedling trees are the outlook and' expressed them- manywhen he said: "The Il'rpAtt! asset MABEL OVERSTREET admission ticket' The balance is easy. The ticket explainsitself...
unhurt, but my 27 grove of. two 'selves as follows: of this county is its stock industry. I Committee. .
r Ito three-year-old budded trees were ;J. E. ''.Lupferi:'"It might have been Barrinc the loss of what citrus fruit Everybody has an equal .share.'So' get'busy I
W, ; insured 75 percent. In fact, they were worse." was left on the trees and some damage -" LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS Tickets to'the Fair'' are on sale in Orlando SAnford, Kissimmeeand 1

killed to the ground." He stated that Courtfy Attorney W. B. Crawford: to young trees little damage was the surrounding towns; are easily secured and mean a great dealto

water protection resulting fromhisproximity "It was a good tonic to make us work done and no business depression': is The following is the list of advertised all. In this city they can w procured at any of the drugstores and
to East,,Lake, had prevented harder." '
s ) .. likely to result. letters remaining. in the, Kissim
I. Orlando be found
barbershops. In they are to at the following places
:
further loss. A. M. Story: "It surely killed a lot postofflee! for the two weeks ending -
''t a ,W. C. Bass, a member of the county of insects and may prove a benefit to i MARCH THIRD IS DATE FOR : mee: Feb.. 19, 1917: John F. Empie, Pure Food Grocery Store, San !Juan Hotel, Elks Club,

i 7{ school board, said: "It ia my opin- the country." THF. sr"OOI. ATTENlUNtr. E. B. Avant. W. C. Cromedr. Mrs. Merck's Grocery, at the drugstores of Messrs. Estes, McElroy, and the i

ion that seedlings throughout budded the C. W. Dann: "I've been so busy in ELECTION TO BE HELD! Malondo Corbett H ":3ry Gulden, Lucerne PharmacyO. L.. Field's Lunchette Palace Ice Cream Parlors
a, i. county"are uninjured: but the :he store that I hadn't noticed we 'Amos Holmes, Mrs. Manie Jinkin, '
,
and Phillips' Garage. If in Sanford apply at the Hotel Carnes C.
hurt. No tell or
is
fruit can
badly one
Save had freeze. I .
1, a 0,1:: nnfrnns. nt fl:..trim N". 1 Miss Minnie Jackson, Miss Ineze
for a week or ten days just what the F. II. Lawsoh: "The trees will bloom "o\\M\ not, fnf(vt that the comnul .orv j Johnson, Miss Ludle Lamrfoid, Andrew M. Berry' & Go.

I extent of the. damage may should be, but in strain and we may have a good cropof .11",1 .. t.nAen..apln.'tins, b"s heon J. Mitrel. Jessie McLeod, Mrs.,, REMEMBER!i AN $850 DODGE. AUTOMOBILE ABSOLUTELY.
case of loss the grower go fruit this year." set fn-r- March< flrd. hewing been postponed )! I Will Sergin, .Mrs'*. Will Sergin; Mrs, F'REEI
right at it again; arid set raw trees. W. B. Makihson;! : "I don't anticipatethe from Feb. 27th. Alice .Story, E. H. Thomas, Samuel !
w as announe"d .
Now is make in the
the time to
loss
money to the county is heavy nrev'nuslr.' The election is 'pnll.'d Yarham.
r t fruit business! and if I had the money enough to effect business materially.'' ''n compliance! with a petition resrular- B. B. SIMPSON. _ _ ____ ___L___________________________ ___ _ . .
' c ,t '''I'd go out and buy groves." j C. W. Griffin: "Not so bad here as 'v shed< n"d encnted' accordinsr.to I Postmaster. '? # /\<
!
'a Rull Bass reported: "The old trees 1- NOTICE tlon of such other bunlix-nn 'I
; (In other sections. Of course, tender a* may b.
the laws of Florida to determine ,
r 'G .. brought! before Bald meeting,
are unhurt;but the two or three years j vegetables; ; were hurt, but I am get "
whether school attendnnre that the 'M. ,
:; compulsory Notice IB hereby j Riven annual J. K! : II OB AN.
down are badly injured. When asked ting; some vegetables every day." of the stockholders of the 8-2t ,
shall prevail in the, said district.. This Drive Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemT meeting Secretary ;
+ .,. what he thought should be done at CYPRESS COMI'ANY .
Gay Livingston: : "I believe the 08CEOLA
Yi this time, he said: "Why plant new i county is really benefited by the cold is patrons an important should interest matter, and themsehes all school in GROVE'S:, Old Standard TASTELESS retinal trcnithenina TONICdrhesout tonic Crawford will be held at Kl at..lmm the e,office Florida of W., on li. Job :printing: of many kinds is done (-)

trees and work them right up. Those of last week;; in the destroying of this'matter. MaIartaenrtcbeiUubloodandbiiild. .apUit*T9tern. Monday the 6th day of March 11117. at and done well, at the office' of the l'
who did that after the freeze of '95 germs. Who can tell, but It. may A true tonic. For adult sod children. SOC. 10 o'clock a, m., for the purpota of Valley Gazette. ".
r are the ones who have made lots of have an effect on the citrus canker." -- ---"' electing; directors and for the traniac- ".. ,.

stoney" Council Thompson Cheerful -- 1
: ;J.; S. Bronson, of the Shingle Creek J. W. Thompson, chairman of. the
?' section, brought a branch from an or- city council and a pioneer resident of DR. DeWlTJ T. LIGHTSEYOSTEOPATH D6 You Have

ange tree to the. Gazette office) the city, said in speaking of the year
Wednesday that was full of tender following the notable free of '95, said:
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buds and almost! opened blossoms that "That was on eel the most prosperous STOMACH DISORDERS

had suffered no injury from the low years the state has ever seen, and I '
temperature. When asked about his predict that the county will come back Corner Drug Store Mondays and FridaysOFFERINGS .- TAKE
place, he said: 'I have 2,000 seedling with better crops now than ever be- '. ,

J trees that are hurt but little. A short fore. Of course, the cold set the trees i .
age of this year' crop will Jikely beG back and may scare off a few buyers, REGULATOR TQNIC' 'PILLS
the only result." Un reply to a query but see if we don't have good .business I
i about the budded trees, be said': "The this year." WASHINGTON MEDICINE
It budded stuff was satopy, and most of Attorneys Give\ Views I COMPANY

r the trees up to four\ years old were The thought was expressed by members I Hibbs BWf.,. Wahiniton. D.; C.'
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killed to the .
ground of the legal fraternity. Col. Tot
'J. D. Oliver, in speaking of his extensive , Lewis O'Bryan said: "I have a pre- In Three Sizes,. 25c, 50c ftudt.OO,
Oliver's Island stat .i. i
I grove on monition that business in our localitywill
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ed that the" trees were in full bloom be as great, if not greater, than i
1 and that this year's crop of' fruit was ever before. Property will not bring '

destroyed though) the* trees themselves as. much, possibly, but this will be a ; 400400044+.07.++oo..09 tM.O UOt'H 0.0..0.00'( +
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were unhurt. -' benefit and wilK result in the sale of
Clark |IoWe1I, Kissimmee's straw- more property within the next year -I CHICAGO INDIANAPOLIS
berry king, laid: "Are niy strawberries than has been gold in the past three ILL IND. '
killed ? I sold twenty quarts of years. If we had a freeze.every year
1 good berries last Monday. Of course, here, people would still' come and M. G. KIBBE & CO. ,

they were ripe ones undelr'a heavy make money in South Florida." .. '
growth of leaves, but there are lots of While J. S. Cadel remarked: "I wishto .. Dealers in
green ones there to ripen and the first call attention to condition follow- .
warm'weather' will bring out' the ing the '95 cold. That was a record : I Real 1 Estate;
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bloom'Again. ''The plants themselves year in the history of the state." When you visitelse O.ceoia'ounty fair, don't fail to I .

''j are damaged onlyabout 10 per cent It might have been worse. take advantage of the unexcelled opportunity securing '"'
Farms '
and while the crop will be short and Situation Not Bad one of those celebrated 42 pie '. ), ..' I ; GropesTruck; Gardens : '
1k delaped three to four weeks the price C..''E:-Yowell.. lUDerintandent nf nil},.. A't'
,will be improved, and I'll make about lei instruction,.who visits all sections r---, LIMOGES DINNER SETS, AT THE WE lilly, SE{L OR EXCHANGE 1
fa' as much as though we had *freeze.."? ,
no stated that 1,100 barrels: of seed. potatoes -
Mr. Howell was fortunate in having valued at $40,000, had been planted CORNER DRUG SfORETHS ,.Farm. 'and City Properties,Anywhere. Farms and
I
bean and potatoes just sprouting but truckers Home Lands ,
y by'the, of the county and .on Monthly, Payments; -I'
yy well below the ground.. \ with few- exceptions: were not above $SA.NITAR FOUNTAIN" ,?, .,
H. C.' Piano, the for the < *j S
manager the ground. : < KISSIMMEE OFFICE DAK1N.
#... Exchange.packing house, when. asked: R., P. .Hanson WM probably thegreat fort p.89 AVE. .
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j.
about the damage done by the'Greece I st loser; along'thu line and,h. c...." orotiAJ'.J Silt re .a 7-, "o .Phone' 286 ti;
.,Kk. satdt'"l< I had KISSIMMEE '
the'money to'go b of the opinion that much of his crop i'le -ORAN.GE CENJER
JACOBSICANDIES
gvg Jput and buy a twenty-acre and will JOYKjES REMEDIES ,,PffONE 297. .
grove grow out again ,. .
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: k its being V /. I- ; J 7 .
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damaged. regard. to/ 'The. .grows. ,, OQ :Paradise I Island. ',,
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'" 'tHE KISSIMMEE'VALLEY GAZETTE. .FRIDAY. FEBRUARY,t; 1fi17rw's "t ;ir NIR

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FLORIDA. DRAINAGE' { I: LAWSThe Important b Advice' to Florida Citrus. 'Growers'b '


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5,1917., ,
legislature will be asked to peas the convention' was unanimously .
.a bill providing fora navigation district adopted without any-exception. '" "f
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DEAR FRIEND
tor.th. purpose of .improving This 'indicates, better than anythingelse : ,"
water route from Jacksonville'' to ; the'harnlonlousfeeling'; and the' There i il very little literature available that will be of any use .to us/at the present time, but ,the following"paragraph l
i and the Gulf,of Mexico b '' '
[designated Key West waterways. Such a decision );' determination'of all the different the sections representativesof of the proposed ,' *, which are found in'C rc..l.r. No. 100 (June. 1913)) of the California Experiment' Station, may prove

was reached Friday when. repre' l district ,W ,work'$ with absolute hefpfulj f

sentative-of)' commissions.boards from of all trade counties and'count each'unity and and,each on the for principle alL" of '"ull for,. "It ha previously been pointed out by this Station that it is.wise to defer pruning frost injured tree* until,,

from Duval to Lee and Dade, including Whereas our public land roads are it perfectly clear just how far back the wood h.s been killed. After the line of demarcation,between living and

the Ocklawab counties in and the Klsslmmee'''upper valleys St.Johns -. and being Improved successfully by,public and local rapidly cooperation >> built-' i1 y5 dead wood becomes apparent, no time should be lost in taking the necessary steps toward reconstructing; top

held a meeting at Sanford red under the governmental agency iq the best way with the least possible loss of time., .
.cently for that.purpose. of counties, or special tax road ..district "The problems involved in mending and",'reforming the tops'of frosted citrus tree fall>naturally into two'classes
for these -
water
The routes : highways *; . '
proposed' in resolutions adopted'by And whereas our public water roads viz., those,having to do with very young trees and those concerned with large mature trees.
the body include the St. Johns val. are either lying idle and nevUjctcd or Osceola Hotel "When 'one'erljtwo-year-old.tree has been killed to' a'point near the ground it should first'be determined'
'ley Kls.lmmee valley, Lake Okeechobee unsuccessfully and atwlyImprove "
CaloosahnkHjpe valley, the entire by either private : .:' in each.individual case whether the-dead' wood extends belo the bud union. If there remain enough live wood "

east coast of Florida' with connectionsvia tion or by th* United tlXPlota.I' MRS.W.I1.ARNOLD, "raprlctm* above the union to grow strong shoot such a shoot may be allowed to grow and become the trunk of a new tree.,
Salt Lake and Titusville Via St. the jurisdiction 'of the war.
Johns and OcklawaVia and via Lake ment: ,Rates $1.50 per Day all other shoots being suppressed If on the other hand the trunk I Is killed below the union it will be necessary fa

Okeechobee .nd.the' east coast and And whereas In Texas and other set new bud. The opportunity is thus presented of reconsidering the relative profits to be derived from orange,
desirable tributaries.. ltatee'the land road system Is bring th Week
The proposed navigation district applied to water roads and the' construction Special By, lemon or grapefruit. In case the root is.sweet orange the bud may be set immediately, provided there ia i sufficient i

will be composes fit the counties of of artificial and th, Improvement Corner Beaumont and Stunner, room to do so without excavating the soil for in no case should a bud be set below (he soiL In case the trees have i "
Duval, St. Johns Cloy, Marion Putnam of natural waterways is '
Volusia. Brevard Lake, Semin- being taken by public local cooperation >> Kistimmee, Fla. been'killed to the ground %it !il well to select the most vigorous sprout and bud into this two or three inche above i '

ole Orange, PolkrX>sceola, St. Lucie under the governmental' agencyof the' ground If the root is' lOur orange or grapefruit is is best to place the bud six or eight inches from the ground'r }
Palm Beach, Dade, DoSoto, Brwardand navigation districts: '
Lee.There. And whereas! the water highway,' -- --- - -- ---- ---- on a strong sprout. 'This will result in a somewhat hardier tree and one more resista.nt to gum disease.,

were over inirty delegates both river and lakes of Florida are,! HENRY WATTERSON'S "1n SLIT case where a new'trunk must be grown on trees already planted in orchard form it is necessary of
greater in extent and of more im,
and the of the '
proceedings
present meeting were characterized' by an extraordinary portance'than those of any other i course to stake the trees and tie them every, few inches, taking care to disbud: often an3\remove all sprout from

degree of harmony bothas ,In the Union; !' TRIBUTE TO FLORIDA the root] eventually heading the tree at the desired height. A stake larger than the customary building lath is advisable
secured And whereas the edit coast of Florida -
to the objects to be and
in order to' in;jury" passing team and tillage tool .
their advantages to'the state. and South. Florida hare now prevent: br .

After E. 'T. ''Woodruff of the Sanford reached a for stage continued of development economic jffog-that' Pictured on the of the United Where the tops of young trees are partly frozen, will be found especially with lemons, that the more rapid

Board the reason ot' Trade for had calling briefly the reviewed ress requires the speedy and practical improvement States the atate of Florida looks like growing upright shoots have been killed while the fine fruiting buih has been spared 'Instead of cutting back all of

meeting, C. R. Walker the chairmanof of whereas our main, it waterways is reasonable; to the caudal appendage of some strange these injured shoot in proportion'to the injury it i' much better especially with lemon, to take out most of the very

the Board' of Trade committee, expect And substantial aid from the ,Federal monster curled around the South Atlantic strong upright 'canes entirely. If all are merely cut back and allowed(: to remain each' one .will throw up
took the chair. He introduced P A. several'y
Vane Agnew of Jacksonville,' ,who government Jntoji if navigation this territory'_ district be of Mexico to embrace-The land and protect is of submarineand the Gulf shoots which ini turn may be cut. back-.--the final'.result' .being" a'.broom-like growth with;far too many ah ,

made an-instructlve end enlightening organised for..the improvement., such--water. flower"Forecast by"the developments ---properpinching and thinning such a multiplicity o/hooU..will.involve.' much more labor than the commercial orchardist -.

-=had talkr.tollehln"'P.rb1dpan.bat been done by other states and the ways] i-'- of the present and the promIse can afford., It ia:1:better,,therefore, to remove most of the upright vegetative shoot entirely and rely
it is El Dorado,
Be it therefore resolved of the future
legal and legislative means employedto 1 1. That a navigation district be which if scarce fnlflling the dreams new shoot from the horizontal wood to enlarge the framework of the top. All water sprouts arising,from the trunk'' ,
obtain the improvement.lie object of port. and inland created comprising the' counties of of Ponce de Leon in the matter of thespring and around the crotches should be vigorously suppressed It i i. a good plan to whitewash the exposed. trunk in order
waterway Duval, St. 'Johns, Clay Marion, Put- of eternal youth, yet far surpasses -
was followed by Georg.. B. Hills, nam Volusia, Brevard Lake, .Seminole those of the golden hunters of to prevent sunburning of the bark. \
Jacksonville, representative of the Orange, Polk, Osceola,. St.. Lucle, the Spanish M.lnln the, matter of "It seems reasonably certain that no injury to the tree can result from any of the materials passing from the
Isham-Randolph: Company who read a Pafm Browardand wealth.' .
paper prepared by'Dr. Randolph who Lee Beach for, the Dade construction, DeSoto or improvement everlasting From the ,St Johns to Cape Sable frozen oranges back into the tree. An examination. pf.these oranges which have been too badly frozen be fit For t

was detained from being present. This of the ofllowing water in the east and Charlotte Harbor' in shipment show' that mo.t'of them have been only partially killed;' consequently; they' are presumably respiring

paper Florida reviewed an4 J gave physical a glowing conditions picture o highways From Jacksonville: to Key West., the by comparison west, Alladin'.a. garden brief would patch,seem the carbon dioxide. This loss of energy would be saved if the orange were removed from the tree rather than allowed, ,

of the great .benefit to be derived in and the Gulf of Mexico, via the following Everglade but half explored awaitingthe to hang all summer.'There is no experimental evidence, however to show whether this loss sufficient to warrant'

inland the future vaterways by improvement, which are of greaterin .'the The.routes St. :Johns Valley, Kissimmee riches hour into when the common they may stock.pour their the cost of early removal by.hand. .In case the fruit is' picked off the tree it may'safely be plowed under thus adding

natural opportunity. than those of Valley' Lake OkMctiobea..' Clloofttt-- _Thirty, years ago this sublime. peninsula humus and some plant food to the soiL There i i. no danger of the soil becoming acid as a result of this practice." ,
other state.Following -
any hatches Valley, the entire East Coastof was pukciicaiiy undiscovered. If I can help you in. any way, feel free to call on
a general discussion, the Florida, with connections via Salt Disease was upposed to start in the me.Very
-meeting recessed after naming a committee Lake and Titusville via St. Johns and Dry Tortuga and to spread contagion truly your. ft on resolutions to -conslder'the Ocklawaha, and via Lake Okeechobeeand northward. In "Benny Havens 0." B. E EVANS. County Agent
documents submitted by the various the ;East Coast and desirable trib the ancient drinking song of the West .
attendants. This body consisted'of utaries. - Point cadets we come upon the line, .. "
George Parkhill Jacksonville; B. H. That a committee of seven, of whom "On Tampa's deadly shore," expressing .
Wilson, New Smvrna; Maxwell A. the chairman shall be one be appointed a prevalent idea of those days.Tampa. T.
"Kllvert, J.ckIODvilleLEd. ,F. K Winter Park; A, L. White, Fort] M of this meeting and with f power to there Is in the world, has doubled its Whiskey creek by the Marco and I knew when he penetrated the terra I
era; G. G. Ware, Leesburg, and add special members for technical population in a decade and is forgingright Naples highway. incognita(Which Mr. Plant, likewise a i
Walker Sanford. consultation and to appoint represen along to the front as one of the Presently the-Tamlamt Trail running man of genius, had a generation be-
The delegates were entertained tatives' for each county in the district leading ports of the country. Just east and west, will be'completed fore, barely touched with the wand of
guests.of the Sanford Board of Tradeat who shall act on the instruction! of, across the state la Blseayne Bay and closely joining the two coast There enchantment The over-sea railway
a banquet, after'which the discusslons the committee as chairman of local its "Magic City,"' which 1* giving la projected and bound to follow a line 1* a unique and lasting monument to .1 I =
'$ were resumed committee. The committee shall have Tampa a close, but friendly race, but of uniting the old Plant system capitalist supplementing the
It way the opinion of the meeting power to fill any Vacancies in its membership. has already become aristocracy's win with the Flagler system and aaving of the adventurer with the cour.\1 I _
that the most advisable first step wash - I ter Newport,, someone having Irrele the thousand miles of. tlon of the }Oet;' The problem of the I
i;to appoint a small central committee This central' committee shall acct vently said yet with warrant, that the traveL intimately there will be a ship Everglades i* solving .itself. They I'II ENGINES BOILERS, SAW MILLS. '

with full powers to act in carryingout under the following specific. "swells and the sports .go to Palm canal up Lake the Calooahatcbee river- arid I will ere long blossom Into a myriad of Very W..w.rkt.q CM>.|... .....Ii..blesv..t Mill ........ '
objects of the meeting and to for- tions: Inttruc-I' Beach, the ladies and gentlemen. to across Okeechobee cutting off a I truck gardens rich enough to feed the I I l. ftevk. Cetal.srMALSBT ... .-...-
ward preparations for local organizations A. To secure official Miami. thousand miles of smiling through and universe New York may have lost ..,
.U.sd ;
In each county in the district to and support of boards trade and Nevertheless all along the'Atlantic EonTh. the political balance of power-New N Lp
conduct a campaign of public education other organized civic bodice and of coast between SL Augustine and Key England may n elonger set the literary MACHINERY CO. .
regarding the 'object of a navigation leailll. Ye II representatives of. the West there ere notable and 'delightful Courier-Journal twenty yean f ashlona-but with Florida on the ees-ie SB. ..y s... J_oro..vm.. si*. e
district and the benefits to ,be counties to be embraced within the spots,like Daytona, Ormffhd and Eau ago called tie Gulf of Mexico' the job neither Heed fear starvation. And
secured through the development of district; for the furtherance of neces- Gallle.-to mention only a fewand Mediterranean' sea ef the westernhemisphere. what would the east-bidden by the
the facilities afforded by the mlprove- siry legislative action and for.'f'C'ur. the Gulf coast between Jacksonvilleand Florida, the American rest of the'country In the last election ",
ment of Florida's natural inland waterway ing the influence of public opinion f av- Shark River we have St. Petersburg Riviera.The European Riviera, bowever to go way back and ait' down- ,'
.. *; 'l able to the establishment of a: ...vl- Sarasota, Fort Myers and 1s mainly a playground. The what'would the Tenderloin and Tux- SaiD BIANS'SCAJtCli-
'After short discussion the following gation district 'Naple Fort Myer is connected with Riviera neither of Italy or France or edo do if they could not rid themselves . .
committee'was named. the central B. To solicit and collect fund for the Gulf at Punta Rasa by the noble Spain, has any such productivity new and again of their idle rich PliBe.; :
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Refugees or to 1 Ii.40'Red'
committee: .C. R. Walker of Sanford necessary expenses. have both the east coast and the west and had not Palm Beach for a dumpIng V.Untln.___..,_|I..t ..,*
Maxwell ,A. DIvert of Kenansville, C., To collect- and obtain engineering chairman and Mr.:Maxwell A.. Kflvort coast of Florida.' Our land of sun- ground, Black: VaUntlne __ __ S.li., *.(*
of Jacksonville B. data and financial and commercial. And '' from BtHn*!... Green Pod.... $... l*..e ,
P.'A. VansAgnew of Keaniville, secretary. The secretary' shin and flowers, within a day's rid so, regions of snow and ..... ..'' ...' iX0
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H. Wilson of New Smyrna Ed. F. statistics.D. I office for inquiries and correspondence of thirty millions of people la a grapefruit -fee, the Courier-Journal send its Hodvon.Wu .p. 1. i
Keetel of Winter Park A.,L. White of To engage such engineering and relating to work'of the and orange grove a, tomato, potato wonted greetings to the land of sun Tie Beleet.dI Ib.,. 1* Tom Ib. lot Watson. *0. 11 melon.; Bleem.se.a J .
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Fort Myers and G..G. Ware'of Lees"burg1. legal, services a* .may be necessary I committee will'be opened 90S.Heard Lad cabba. plantation and flowers, shrine of the fabled seer- fUld'B[ n" bu. prollfl .... torn, Tie : ;tpk.
E. To present a bill to the legislature Building Jacksonville, next week. of' vegetable luxurina'paralleled poniculll,.and home of the paradise .. tl.l '11',1| Kxtra: early.. .North -
The following resolution, which was at its next .regular session providing -! ,crocodile not to mention the crown eottoa M M.Si 1Carolina
The convention before adjourning only by California which Is too faraway allegorical bu.: JDxtra. early Sea Island cotton ..
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submitted the committee for the for the creation under a specialact .' ..... ._ '
by ; passed a unanimous vote of thanks -the celery of Sanford rivalingthe alligator ".10 bo. North Caroline ..r. '
consideration of the convention was of said navigation district. and apreciatlon to the members of the celery of Kalamazoo, the avocadoa [ The daffardowndilly., .nuta...4..4$Lfl, Ito bU.: R.claoa.dbOgar
unanimously adopted. It is Interesting The convention adjourned sine die board/of trade and the citizens of thing apart and a joy forever, just Likewise th. lily \b. UI
to note that every resolution at' abeut 10 o'clock in the evening Sanford for 'their hospitable courtesies .' a* the pompano is the Spanish mackerel The sweet carnation Write for complete catalog
taken by the convention as a whole, after which the committee held its etended to the delegates, Including translated and gone to heaven. ''I. ,And the blooming pink." Nursery Seed Co.MonMooll it itPIooalle1d.
as well a*,every .decision reached in first meeting for organization. Mr; C. the t.-S.nfO.s Herald. Man of genius that he, 'was, Mr. LoulsviHeJGfourier-Journal. .. alorloaIHMIHiWl
tile committee during the recess of R. Walker of Sanford was elected : r ,
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r ,?' Agents. for thee There will be ample fun and of such every nation, including! a model.'of 1-hr "'DD4s I'1 Unr Tow" will Clm Your Your druggist or dealer sells! you i ii s
''IIi CO cent bottle of Dodson's liver Ton, 1
varied nature as to suit all tastes, famous German submarine all 01
e . when Johnny J. Jones' big twenty- which are. mechanically erleet} ant SIIIgglsl that BUter nit CiloeilHd under my personal guarantee that i It ti
ring circus 'comes to town. The kiddies operated automatically electricity will clean your sluggish liver better tfcata
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are eagerly awaiting the adventof I A clever demonstration of naval war- CM Mat Srilrrt nasty 'calomel) It won't make you sick

N the magic date, February 12th, for fare, with rln' interesting lecture show Calomel' makes you sick) you lose alay. andd- ;you can eat-anything you want
the J.nes attractions will give prelim Ing the state of unproparednesi i I'' work. Calomel i i. quicK llver and without being salivated. Your druggist
inary performances on'the opening of which the United States now exist It .salivates i calomel Injure. your liver.If guarantees that each, spoonful will start C
that day, which is th* Monday preced- make, the attraction of. timely Into-' you" are bilious( feel lazy, sluggishand ;your liver, clean ;your bowels and. is
nig the formal opening of the fair eat to all patriotic citizens. Capta ell knocked out, -if your bowels are straighten you up by ,morning or you,
I Barney! Oldfield, Jr., a real, sure- ,Simpson is a mechanical genius and I constipated and ,.our' head aches or get ;your .money back. Children gladly }+
.. stomach. sour, just take a spoonful of take Dodson's Liver Tone because It i.

[, v ,* : H '"? i'-t-ErVW1' .. .. harmlem Dod on. Liver Tone calomel.instead pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or
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"Supplies : 'J' will be bowels You bottle sound,
: ', .' sweet and regular. calomel. Buy one on my
I .t" .. :',.:.. ,' : c'+ ., > :":/ 'will' fm>l like working., 'You'll lie clicor-' reliable guarantee.' Ask I ;your druggist
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GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATEOne I I II 10:30: a of, m.the-tAthletic county.' events. :
(a)-CO yard dash
I (b)-.100 yard dnith.; .
thousand acre in Orange County( southwest of Lake Apcpta: ; high :4 It" ,, (c- Ono-hnlf rriilo\ races ,

'i rolling pine land, two mile of I lake shore, three mile of i improved road, /(
l nearly one mile being: brick road.'I' t"., (f)-Pots vault.g .
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i Alto 500 .acres on OrlandoZandlKiuimmee: Li ick road, and oilier I I (h-St.) Cloud Boy Scout fire drill. i'

mailer tract .( Ribbons will bo given winners, of:

: 1. A number of 'piece of interesting property !in cities 1.-of Kiuimmee, ,I .' athletic 11:46' a."contests Spelling'contest; ) ; confn-( '. V

. 'TILE ed to intermediate and
WHIP I grammar
; Orlando and Apopka.. For:price* and term, write or see owner. r New Ten Thousand Dollar Ride school pupils of the county. k
(Words from spelling books used In
S. S. GRIFFIN, 1 &: 3 Watkins Block, Orlando. enough monkey of the long-tailed variety was once employed;; in the Construction the county.) ,.

KISSIMMEE 8-12T Poasiel Ave. I' will drive,and control a. mini Department of.the Navy.: First prize, $4; second prize (3;:
: OFFICE: In'Griffin Garage
., ature racing automobile. There are I }o' arles.,Margaret Cast, America's third prizeZ: fourth prize, $1:
f ... . ooo" ooooo, ..00000 000 0 .ooo.o.o.ooo p{a'te'q six other erstwhile tree dwellers to be I original, dare-devil lady autodrome 2:45: p. m.-Basketball game, Kisgimmee t .t
seen at the Monkey Speedway, which rider, will provide al the thrills one vs. St. Cloud. ;
will be of the features of could 'wish
.'' ; on principal possibly for. Miss Cast w
t the Johnny J. Jones exposition show bears a nation-wide reputation for her man for the City of Klssimmee, abject
Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pres. P. 1 K. Weaver! Sec'y.lrcas. Mbstt interesting subjects: of tna remarkable stuntson autodrome 'to the action of the White Primary .
King of Lilliput would be hard to find tracks; and in addition to being the to be held during the month
than the versatile, welleducatedgroup first woman who ever braved the dangers : of March, and respectfully solicit the-
of tiny people who will be seen I of this exciting sport, ,she has support of all citizens desiring a clean
in a complete circus and vaudeville been universally accalimed the champion :MAX and business-like administration of

perCorm ncA. Although each is matured speed and! trick! rider of the Con Chief of Cowboys With Johnny J. public affairs, and presenting as my '
\ the tallest is only 88 inches in I tinent. Four speed kings will atsist Jones' Shows, platform my past "record. '
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height. Princess Pee Wee, a contor- in the performance, featuring* races W. W. CARSON.
. tionist, is 25 years old and 32 inches between automobiles and motortyclcs I i :
1i\* tall. Miss Queenie Mite, an accomplished and fancy riding on the perpendicular Political. -AnncunccmentsFOR FOR COUNCILMANI r4
Bryan Realty Company \ ', singer and dancer, at 21 hm cage of death. -- -. hereby announce my candidacyfor
grown to the' important height of The big thing on the Midway, of MAYORTo member of the City Council of

j GRAYSTONE CASINO three feet. Prince! Ludwig, a loyal .course, is the famous Johnny Jones' the White Voters of Kissimmee:: Klasimmee, subject to the action of #
f German, aged 27, is the senior member trained wild animal arena, which has I take this means of announcing my the White Man's in March.\ '
Primary
I I of the company; and in the show been augmented by its consolidation candidacy fpr the office of Mayor of
been
Having a resident of this city
the city of Kissimmee, subject the ,.
.. White Primary be held in March.nd for many years, and thoroughly acquainted "
<-'. , ....." '"> .,. ,..- if elected will fulfill the duties oiithe with the needs of the municipality ,
,- F : :::.; office to the best of my ability and I feel that I can be of servicein
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the office asked for, and '
respectfully
# In conformity with the laws of the
Orange Graves Timber I and, We Pay Taxes for Non-reti- r
state and the ordinances of the city. solicit the votes of everyone deslr-! ... ,
Catd Ranch" *., Country and Ideals and ,Act' M Owner' II respectfully solicit and will appreci- bIg a businesslike and systematic administration '" ii*

1;\ City. Property '*. .Agents for Rental Property.'' ; y+ ,.te, your support.JOHN of public affairs. j'
? ". S. CADEL. B. E. HALEY ,.
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!'. 1F RIDA.S FINE SHOWING are few and far between: in the region : ;";'::!;1, .1\:! .1f . ,. ..,.'. hereby annuonce myself as a candidate Deslrious of serving the City of ., g' '
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east of the MisiuasippL Duval, ; i\f .: .; for Mayor of the City of Kis- Kissimmee in the capacity of Councilk9
> " .. urn in the election to be held next
1r. I hereby make- ;
man
The; latest population estimates of Taylor'And Walton*are the only .other f'.". '; . .. '.', .. .. >-. x. I )" : .' March, and respectfully ask for the and ask for the my support announcement of all-
the Census Bureau, made 'public ,. -- . -- support I of all citizens who believe in friends and
counties in Florida enjoying, this dis \ ' ,. el+i '''''' ( citizens in general, sub-
Fi Thursday give Florida an excellent ,. ' .. ."' ".- .i' athorough and business-like administration Ject to the White Primary to be held ',
'r boost} tinction. Several l counties in north. j. .. ...: :. ..T--J ; L- '" of city affairs. In March, and if elected will fulfill i
i'' GAY LIVINGSTON. the duties of the office "
to the belt ormy
the eastern Minesota and isolated spots in +
estimatesxrover period t .
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from 1910, the date of the latt national Louisiana, Wisconsin, Arkansas, West .' .r I FOR, MAYORI with the city ordinance Your vote
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census, to 1915, embracing the ; only ... -- m hereby announce appreciated. ,
I / ,,.' ..:. ', ,. date for the office of of the F. II. LAWSON.
Instances. # mayor }
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flnrt half of the regular, census period. the.r.I: ; ; rw'Uv ; W' >!t"i ; "t, .a I town of Kissimmee, subject to the action -
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'' In?!'the i five years embraced'in the 1"',,There are'onlyrthree jII, countlee in I ", ," ..;', .:: :. '; of the white man's primary to beheld FOR COUNCILMANI 1

.estimates FLORIDA 'MADE A Eliorida"which show a decrease since ,. ." .. J, -'-' -. .1 the first Saturday in March 1917. take this means In announctng-' t

A + GREATERGAIN IN POPULATION 1900<< -Leon, Wakulla: ,and, IIa ;i1ton. ,". '' : If elected, I pledge myself to give the my candidacy for re-election as Councilman --. 11
: All 'of the rest of the state is in the 1TT I duties of the office my Very best at- of the city of KJsslmmea
:1., .THAN ANY OTHER STATE-22.5 '. .._, .", tention. Respectfully the primary to be held in March, so- '
A ,j>er cent., increasing class, with most of it more. J. W. TIH MPSPN. betting the support of all citizen it
The'fact, is eloquent of the growth than 50 per cent. 4 who want a businesslike administration -

i of thl* favored state.Butthis This map ought to be extensively BARNEY OLDFIELD,. JR. FOR CITY CLERKI of public affairs; standing on my !
His Machine in Marvelous hereby announce my candidacy record in ,the aldormanic
circulated advertisement for In High-Powered Racing! as Seen the Monkey body In the
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is not all. an
: ,Midwaythe for re-election to the office of City past. EUGENE C. BRYAN.C. .
The'Cen.uI Bureau leoently. issued Florida ,and -particularly- South Flor Clerk, subject to the action of the
+ a statistical map, showing at a glance I ida.. dashing, little prince, who i ill 35 with'a complete one-ring circus-Cur* white man' primary to be held the F. THRASHER
r' the increase In' population by states I 'II shows at a glance that in the past inches tall, does cartoning and musical! tis' Domestic and Wild Animal Show 18t Saturday in March, 1917.
stunts on a xylophone. Admiral Dot, -and is, therefore, the most extensive Not being a stranger to the officer SHE? METAL WQRKER
and cobntieft. fifteen years,. Florida has been grow- a diminutive Vernon Castle, exponentof carnival attraction in the world. This the voters,who have dealt so
good
f These. increases art figured from ing more'rapidly than any other state. the fox trot and toddle, is 24 years one feature requires six of the special kindly> with! me in the past, I now offer .Metal Roof put on and
1900. There is so much of good that can old and 30 inches high. The tallest 70-foot railroad cars of which the past record as a guarantee of Guaranteed
be for Florida member of the trouple is Colonel 1 Lit show train is composed for its transportation my I ,PHONE 14f.H KISSIMMEE. FLA ,,:
/, On that map SOUTH FLORIDA IS said that the Florida further service, .should be returned I
tle, a comedian by profession; while alone.In .
( THE ONLY AREA OF ANY EX. boosters! need never run out of ma- the tiniest of the lot, the Spect Brothers addition to the above-mentioned to the .ofAoe.. J. U. GILBERT.

TENT EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI, terial. are twins, 18 years old and each attractions, there will be the largest FOR CITY CLERKI I

1; WHICH SHOWS A GAIN, OF SEVi The Census Bureau has supplied the 22 inches tall. Their manager claims: and most expensive Carousal ever hereby announce myself .s. ,4rlnour
latest of the they, are smallest people of their age ,built for portable use; the tallest Ferris :
;; ENTY-FIVE PER CENT. OR MORE. and one .best subjects forFlorida..T.mpa candidate for City Clerk of Kissimmee -
in the world'and that their bocingand ; wheel in the country; an
i t In a solid block of the .ev nty- ve Tribune. athletic acts are the mos novel ular attraction Whip; the ever-pop-Witch- subject to the voters of the i FertilizersRemember
a White Primary to be held in March.Being .
per cent..counties indicated on the ever originated. ing: Waves; Dixieland Minstrels; Congress -
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,' find the counties of Hillsbor- Captain George W. Simpson, an old thoroughly competent to conduct
; may we Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System I of Fat People World of
; Living tale of this office
: sailor, has evolved exhibit under affairs! important, please, that we
an '
ouch, Pinellas, Polk, Manatee, De- Tb Old Standard rnxral atnaahe.ina toale"GaOVE' .
TABTKUtaS cbtll TONIC drhrm oat the title of "Prep.redness," consisting Wonders ; Dakota Max' Wild West in a systematic and business- manufacture or handle EV.ERYfertilizerandmateHal. .
1 Soto, Palm' Beach, Dado and Lee. Moluia, BTicbei UM bload..nd butch a p tae ITtern. of a fleet of miniature warship. of Show, and many.: others. like' manner, I solicit( the support of I d
Other counties showing such gains Atra*tonic. Far adult 8114 cl l4na. Mo. .. .11 voters promising, if elected, the having recognized value to
\ -" closest attention to business and the grower. We offer many
conduct of office with satisfaction to special citrus formulas; also
; O'OO'OOOO"O OO.OO'O'OOOOo .U. TOM\ WOODALL. vegetable and field crop f er-
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Spring .1 I hereby announce to 'my friends' Animal Fertilizers tj
WELCOME hat I will be a candidate for reelection -I Chemical Fertilizers

to the position of City Mar-I '
Fertilizer
sh.t, subject to the will of the white I Materials ;
tj 1 Application voters In ,the approaching primary. Blood &: Bone Tankage

1 place my' record before the people I Stock &: Poultry Feeds
BRYAN CYCLE COMPANY .19 my platform, and if re-elected to .
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y' Bearing and Young Tree responsible\\ position which I have Spraying Materials

held in the past, will give the office
.'l' the same careful and painstaking Our immense manufacturing -
Florideal Special consideration in the future I re- plants and centralized I '
pectfully ask all white voters for buying,! system enables us I
to offer finest
quality possi
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t You get a dollar's worth of plant food for each Bicycles. will be appreciated. i and particulars free from

'r, dojlar) and an additional dollar's value in the cor G. W. OVERSTREET.FOR {

rect proportioning to give best results. COUNCILMANI Waters & Carson

?' wish to announce my candidacy
Write for catalogue and prices. for membership on the City Council GROCERY CO. a

AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES ot Kissimmee, subject to the will. of Kiisimmee, Florida

; w Toomer Fertilizer Co. the voters in the white primary to beheld
S ID! in March. If chosen to the office Armout Fertilizer Works
WilsonD& 4 I pledge myself to fulfill the duties of
; tnxcrj Ideal Fertilizer .-- Jacksonville Fla.Grow
the effice to the best of .
in Fertilizer Repairing a Specialty my ability, 1'
Material . : according to the ordinances of the city
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Spraying Material and InsectickU ,. and respectfully solicit the support of

all citizens. S. B. AULTMAN. 1 i
Jacksonville, Florida 105 BROADWAY, KISSIMMEE, FLA.'' ,". ,
.. FOR COUNCILMAN'' .
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I hereby announce my candidacy for Biggest ,
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I > KISSIMMEE VALLEY.GAZETTE.- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY' 9, 1917 '. '
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COUNTY. AGENT IS .. w ABSOLUTELY STOPS,ALL.LEAKS.GRAPHELASTIC ... l/ff
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Buyers RETAINED IN ,OFFICE ;ROOF "PAINTSOLD .'

Bargains'for the
UNDER.POSITIVE GUARANTEE

''Realizing- the importance to ,the NOT AN EXPERIMENT.Birr'AN ESTABLISHED :TESTED PRODUCT:

45-acces good land fenced, 20 acres planted to grove,. 800 bearing trees, one good house. with out community of the County Demonstra Graphelastic will make an'old roof as good ai new. Any one can apply

:iuildings, 'tenant hquae; all good land; cheap at 5000. tion Agent, which position in the past it. For'5'years: the standard.roof'Paint of the South, +

..: .. .. 4- ., ., I has been satisfactorily filled. by B. E. "OUR PRICES: Barrels 52 gallons, 60c per gal.4! Half barrels, about 7

Stock Farm and Grove Evans, the County Commissioners at i 30 gallons 65c per gallon. Less than half barrels, 75c per gallon ,

their monthly meeting held during the Graphelaslic will cover about 200 square feet'' to the gallon.

rich week unanimously Voted to appropriate Graphelastic Liquid Cement (or roofs in bad condition, $1 gal. .
540( acres located on lake, land fenced, mostly prairie bottom land grow heavy growth of very per
the specified, amount of funds to Graphelastic heavy cement, 50 pounds, 6c pound. '
gran; cattle' live on. grasses entire year without any other feed: 100 I acre good orange land, about 20 go toward paying, the salary of that Above prices subject to 10% discount forcash.,per S'

acre .in grove; blouse. barn, excellent combination dock farm and grove property; on county road close office. Which, In other words' means JLf *

to school and church j ; 'very cheap at $12.500;(test of reason why' 'owner will make this sacrifice; prop ,the retention of the, agent at this important Graphelastic Manufacturing Co.

erty must be seen to be appreciated; will be gjad'to' introduce purchaser to owner, who lives'.in. tame lolons'recei work.ed .In the-thanks doing of this,1 a large the l. GENERAL OFFICES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :

neighborhood, and owns other property. I
number of representative people present .. 06400440004 ?. ... o

at the session Monday morning, -. -
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Suburban Property ., > as well as complying with numerous ROLL OF HONOR ert Calkins, Martha Ordas, Elizabeth
." requests from farmers and fruit crow- Parker '

Tine: little farm consisting of two'large lot on Rolf Street, adjoining five:acres of good land; nice' 'which ers from had all been sections presented of the in wrltW county, mee, The Public following Schools pupils have of not the been Kisslm absent Seventh Grade'Ruby.Oliver

comfortable cottage nice porches, good barn and outbuilding ; tome bearing fruits;;, price $2.750 for this It had been rumored for some time or tardy, during the month end- Lewis Hlrtzel, 'Lena. ti

fine little home farm;. just outside city limits, where taxes are very low;. favorable, term of payment. past that.on account of strict'economyto ing January 19th, 1917, have made an Williams, Thelma Hudson. '
be practiced by the Commissioners, average of 90( per cent or, more in
: that it was likely no appropriation their studies-with not less than 85 Eighth B
Pine Crest would be made at this session, and the and less
oer cent: in each subject, not Dorothy Roberts, Irene Milton
office automatically be abolished. The than 95 per cent.' in deportment.First Francis! Krltz. .
action of the Board, however, was to
'Here we I ave .eight large' east front lot on ,Rolfe street, and five acre adjoining; pretty pearly new the contrary, each member expressing Grade Eighth A

five-room cottage>Orche home nicely furnished'alto good tenant house for caretaker; large chicken himself in favor of the office, and his' Josephine Griffin ,Wilhelmina Nellie 'Bowen, Dorothy Denning,

planted all for 3250. satisfaction at the maner in which the Carson, Erma White, Charlotte Avant, Elinor Dunne, Lois Overstreet, Carlton .
house, tools for working land;, fine chickens..crop ; goes work had been carried out by the pres.
Mabel Ploetz "WiIIlam.SchUder"
Bronson Bryan ,
Alberta ,
The abote? would' ** 'I*'*'"'*make* two. fioehomesfofjriends.lojocat! ,:, J- *. *- '' 't.,together* <<:w,,being. just across. ., the..street. entJlncumbent..Follow1nc"the asking for petition Lee, Bass, Susie, EugeniaOliverlAnnie Smith; Mona Add Gilbert, Donald McKay.
*'J" presented, an appropriation '
iether. Mime Thelma Davis Welsh
"Ions each, Evelyn ,
.. for the President
County :Agent, Stan
.. ,.. Katharine Waring Geneva Bowen, HIGH SCHOOL
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ford of the Board of Trade made *
an Ninth Grade
Ruth Joiner, Ella ,' Montelle
Quirk
Pine Hurst eloquent appeal in behalf of the con- Lane, Jennie Schilder, Bertha Parker, Martha'hope, Edith Miller. Percy
tinuing ot this good -work, showing Oliver Kenton Ethel
Mamie Thompson, Rena Henry; ''Arrdejla ; Margaret Johnson -
What good had been accomplished. .Vashti Harman, Minkle Gardner.
Longaneckbr''Lottle Tyson.'Celo
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F.uu-JOCrq'Loue: aid 295 feet by 137j/ fronting on Hudson avenue.-'rlear the above, surrounded by. the-past, and the urgent-heed'to the Nicks Cecil Sharp, Charles Tyson, Tenth Grade'

.young pinei;{.pretty '!home, $1.250, on your own terms. t ., ers farmers of the, fruit community growers and of stock assistance rali Carl Ledbctter, Nonan Graham, J. Stratton. Story.Eleventh> Grade
Paul Yowell, Alpheus Gilbert, George
. along this line. lie cited the fact that Sadie Bryan- Ruth Ulrtr.elj Christine
Minx, Fred. Eberly, Harry Lee Swain.
Town'' Properly ': I at no time in tKe history 'of the countywas r Ivey;; Margaret Stanford... 4'
there .
... more urgent need for a continuation Second B Twelfth Grade;
of the service than at the Manie' Witherspoon.
Beautiful five-room Bungalow with large front porch, .rear porch screened in:;. two fireplace mod- present time. Mr. Stanford was fol- Florence Ash'Ethel ton, Virginia Bowen ,l
Sarah Duke Joiner Hazel
lowed by Mr. Alexander 1 'i
ern home, east front pretty lake view; nicely furnished; rent par more than 10 per cent.' on price f favorable petition from the Kissimmee, presenting Growers'a Nicks, Emma B. Quirk, Elsie Schilder, END STOMACH GASES TROUBLE OR DYSPEPSIA- l
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terms. ,, I Association; Mr. A. S. Nelson in behalf Sallie Story.Viola B. Yowell. Richard -
> of the citrus growers, and Attorney foltuclaw, John Lester, Rufus Suhl, 'Pape'r Dlapepaln" ,makes Sick Sour a:
Seven-room home -100 foot front on good residence street, $3,000; like paying rents., or will ex- Johnston,' speaking for the stockmen George Lee Singletary, Ralph Witz. r Gassy Stomach surely feel Ace ,

change for Kansas property. '-. while there were, many farmer "' In .five ''ninatea.If f
Second A
and fruit growers present who were
J willing to testify to the god they had Ethel Flint, MurielDavisNellie what you just''ate Is souring on
ExchangesWe been done by the advice and work. of Gilbert, Marian Graves. AUeen Brad your stomach, lies like a lump of
the demonstration agent. ley, Florinda Witz Jewel Miller,>Ed I leads refusing to digest, or you belch
C. K. McQuarrie, state agent for the win Barnes, Joe Dening, S. E, Card-, gas and eructate sour, undigested
have some good property in Kansas, Oklahomaand'Missouri to exchange for Florid orange University of Florida Extension': Dlvi-, ner, Earl! Henry' Enoch Herzberg, food: or have a feeling 01, dizziness, r

grove. People echo are desirous of exchanging your grove for northern property will do well to call! onus lion of Gainesville appeared before Julian Graham, Roy Ruling.I heartburn, fullness, nausea bad tastein
mouth and stomach-headache
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the Commissioners In which he you
told of
or write giving .u* .full information ,so we can submit your property to our northern clients.,. the work that is being dona, by the Third B' can get blessed relief in five minutes. r
Put end to stomach trouble forever
county agents of the state, also cited Rosella Cooper Catherine Denning. an vh
by getting a large fifty-cent case bf
some of the benefits derived in this Doris Davis, Dorathea White, BaselBase Pape's Diapepsin from drug store-
community through the work of that Ellen Coleman Ruby Driggers, I:I You realize in five minutes any how needless ..
Nelson RealtyCo. official and asked that the approprli Mamie Lee Johns, Bertha ''Wits, Tina it Is to suffer 'from indigestion' ,
anon be made. Florida now had thir Schilder, Alma Johnson, Fred. Gilbert,j dyspepsia" allY stomach -disorder.

ty-six agents of this kind, all the Don Oliver, Harry Woodall, .Milton It is the quickest, surest stomach doctor -
leading counties being represented, Bell, Oren Brown. '' in the world. It's wonderful.
and he felt that it would be taking a

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA step backward for Osceola give up ,, -Third A ALAN MACDONOUGH CHOSEN
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this Wood work.Folowing'this. *
McClure Lupfer'Glenn ''
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Benjamin, SECRETARY' STATE MOOSE
talk given by Mr Wayne Walling, David,Cay.on, Nor- '
DURING THE RECENT MEET
McQuarrie Mr. Evans the
County man Eakin, Margaret Waring, Margaret .
Agent, made a brief talk, answeringsome
D nn, Elenore Burrows, Geneva MacDonoujh '
questions propounded by the Simpson, Neva Lee Harris, Dorothy Alan-. secretary; of
CALL: FOR WHITB rRIMART 'stUECTIOM nses of the primary election, including and protest was heard from the spec- Commissioners. This was followedby Bullock, Julia Ledbetter, Arvilla Pans the Kissimmee Loyal Order of Moose,
i tho payment of Inspector and tators, who shouted: "Rough work," the vote, which was unanimous for ier Irene Ingram Madeline Fox honored state
clerk' printing *, etc.. was signally at 'the) '
( lowing . :' :tbX o levied haft: "How's that for three to one." and the making of the appropriation and Thressa Bronson, Estell Floyd, Eula ,
The city executive commute .f the prospective candidate for the various "This is no football game/ Four carried with it a two-year lease of Bowen, Beatrice Olla, Christine May. meet of that order held In Tampa recently ;
white tiwnW party" mst recentand, otll"....to b* SllediMayor time was Orlando fouled on 'and life. being elected secretary of the

formulated the following call- for., a Clerk,,five dye dollar dollars. Johnson scored four more for Osceola. v Fourth B >. State Association. This city was ably
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"whit" manse primary: r Treasurer, Ave dollar < *"> "." I PAVING' PEOPLE NOW READY
He added two field and
The city secutlve committee of- the goals Bryan, Eleanor'Overstreet, Marie Haner, represented, and the delegation ,took ,
Marshall and tax collector, Ate dollar
'white. man's part In the city ofXlssltnmee who subbed for Herzberg threw two TO BEGIN ST. CLOUD ROADF.
call provide for *. Lettie Holtsclaw, Eunice Rivers Elsie with them the focal band, which made
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hereby and 1 Members City Council, two dollars. fielders, though one war hilled by the' .. ,
holding a "white man.. primary election ? Welsh) Cora-McBienis'Marys< Coleman quit a reputation,,for iuelfbHe
to b* held In the city of Klmtmmee I.a|e.fe roThe whistle. A couple of fouls on Kissim' C. Briddell superintendent for ,Alina. Krits,. Doyle Davis.,. IrvinDriggdrs the progresslvenea of the Klsslmajee
In compliance with the law of folowlng Inspector and clerk mee and'a fielder by. Tresber com- the .
commented
Co.
Georgia Engineering of. Augusta. /; Arthur Flints Moos was favorably
Florida, aul primary to '
of
the stats are
hereby designated to conduct the pleted the score The home team work
be hold during; the hours fixed ulaw said primary election. Ga.; who was awarded contract upon it being stated that this city
Tor the holding of election on Satur- Inspectors: H. N. Bratton B. O. Van was especially good and- individual for the St. Cloud road, arrived Fourth A has one of the best lodges of this,kind ain
day. March 10, 111T. for elective the nomination oWlee to Agnew,. J. W. Lilly*. improvement noted. last week and has since been busily : Arthur Bullock, Georgia Fairbanks Florida. ,
for city
candidate
of Clerk A. E. Thomas. The follows
b* voted for at the general election to *-8t ) a H. BULLOCK Chairman line-up : engaged making preparations to begin Dorsey Lybrand, Rebekah Miller, The State'' Association Is a ''new v,
f>* held In said city of Klailmme on B. Anderson 2; F. Johnson, 17; C. work. k Katherine Moseley, Kimbrough Oliver thing. It waa ,proposed some .time,
Saturday, March n, Tf17.Q.ull.c.tie..f NOTICB OF ADMINISTRATOR Anderson 2; F. Herzberg, 2. I Mr. Briddell stated'that all machinery Ralph Schilder Carl Schmidt Herbert ago by prominent member of the

> ) thou Rleet.r.Those .. shall FINAL DISCHARGE Tresher, 8; C. Arnaldj 2; Cook; G. 1 pump; pipe and other equipment Wilson, ,Alfred .Wilson, Louise Tampa lodge, and through their effort .
( >. permitted- and to only vote at. or participate Overstreet; ; larril.Bryan'.2 had arrived and brick had )been: shipper Young. wee formed last week. The next
In the management of'' said primary Ia Ceert, .t C*.>s.r Judge. Btate .r ; (sub for Herzberg in second and were now on the way. session wiH be held at Lakeland
-.I.otlon. who are white elector the who i.eida. half.) This brick is expected this week, Firth B which meeting will really be considered : '

1 declare organization their adherence of the to white'principleand man1. and work will begin at the poor farm Nellie Taylor, Fannie Seymour, Leo the first meet of the state order.. :
FrliMrtlla II.01.
R Estate of
I parr In the city of Kllntime.ofKls.im-who C....,.. RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY and road will be paved this way untilcompleted Canova. f
y the law ot the city to the city limits, after HALEY ANNOUNCES FOR
i me before lawful February elector 10. who 1117 have paid on their or Notice I I. hereby given to all whomIt ? Whereas, it has pleased the Almighty which brick will be shipped over the Fifth A JOB ON THE CITY COUNCIL ,

I poll tales for the year 111 and IU', may concern. that on theist day of God to ,allow-the grim reaper, St. Cloud railroad to .Peghorn Junction . Virginia Fansler, Janet' Graves, '
I shall to the
D. KIT
who have registered 117, and up to who and Including /.l-dr' Honorable August. A. T* M.Iurphy. apply of said Death, to enter the home of Sister Ma Ruth Herzberg, Katharine Miller, In another column will be found .the

themselves March Ith.to abide by the -rce'lit of court, a. Judge of Probate, for my Anal bel Ellis, Brother' Verner Ellis and Mr. Briddell was formerly wlth'theAlabama Elizabeth Moseley Marie Ogram, announcement of B. E. Haled; who aspires
aid primary election and vote for the.nominee discharge as Administrator of the estate Paving Company, and Is Madge Rivers, May Winn. to become a Councilman for the .
deceased and Sister Mae Ellis and
of Prlscllla Bass ; snatched there,
the ensuing city
thereof at
lection.* that at the same time I will present to from the beloved husband and father: well known in Kissimmee, having assisted f city of Kissimmee. subject to the action ,
.. saUl court final accounts a* Adm'n.' in laying the brick paving onour. Sixth B which will
my
OMliarotleM ef Cs>B*lo e of the white primary ;
Therefore be It1\ resolved thenumbers
those hall Istrator' of said estate, and ask torth..lr by streets some years: Rita Brice-Nash, Gladys Calking introduction
Those, and only per.on. of Kissimmee of ago., be held in March. Mr. Haley no :
approval
Temple
be permitted to become candidate for vDated January list, A. D. 1917. Una Human, Grace Lester, Blanche to. the people of Kissimmee, ...,
offlcesto be voted for In Bald primary Pythian Sisters, that while we bow
of the district W. C. T. Mueller Hamilton
On account
OSCAR BASS. Brown
election, who pledge themselves In Ralph having. resided here for many years, -i
In humble submission to the will of
[ writing to abide by the re.ult of ald 8-1 tern Administrator. U. meeting, which Is being held at St.Cloud Cooper. and has teen connected with the At- .
support the nominee the Heavenly Father, yet our heartsKt this week the local Union has
I primary ,
::go.hn under in lantlf Coast Line for a long period, at
Sisters and
are qualified out sympathy to our
their from Slith
E the law of the slate of Florida and NOTICE Brother in their bereavement and with postponed meeting Fridayto .A being roadmaster of that tine.
I city of Klsslmmee to hold office.I Saturday at 2:80. Johnnie .Bronson, Winifred Den- Present for the votes of all citizens
Notice I'hereby given that the annual the hand of love we point th-jm to Him
I fee FilledI ning Katherine
I.l.t of Of area o McKay, Naomi Starling administration
business-like -
meeting of the stockholders of the who want a'
Each elector In In the Bald city primary of Kissimmeerlualifled election FLORIDA RED CYPRESS COMPANYwill .who doeth all things well. set aside for the Inscription of .these, ,. Elizabeth.Waring, Nellie Wood' "of the-cit.y' affairs, and will work '
I I shall to have vote the Tight to vole in be held at the office of W, B. Resolved,. further,. that a copy of our heartfelt condolences all, Muriel Getz Milton Graham,. conscientiously and diligently for the '
Florida, these resolutions be bereaved
Klsstmmee on presented
,
Crawford :
at our
MAYME JEFFORDS Lewis
I Bald primaries fort O'Bryan, Robert Kritz His
Monday, the 6th day of March 117, at Sisters and Brother a advancement of the 'community.
I One candidate for mayor. copy
11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of ALMA FARMER. friends predict that he will give
One candidate for clerk. handed the local ' many
I I One candidate for trea.urer.Une electing directors, and for the transaction -I to paper fot"publilatlon MABEL OVERSTREET, SeVenth B good account of himself in the apes
Look a
I :Collector.candidate for marshal and taxI brought of such before other said business meeting as may b* I and.a page in our minute be Committee. Dorothy Miller, James Dietz, ..Rob proaching primary.

I Three candidate for member of 'M. ,T, E. HOB N. -- -, a -- e-
I': City: Council lor. two year. each.commit'I '' 8-lt Secretary ooo ooooo oooooooo oo ooo oooooo oo oo OOOO'tO OOOOO OO.Ot' ..OtttOO o.OOOOOO oooooooo. '
I Five members of executive
tee for one year NOTICE

I I Kncn' person Time For desiring Qmallfylsia to have his The annual meeting of the stockholders .1 The Sanitary.Market fAVORITE FERTILIZERS' i iARE

I[ ballot name printid*..a candidate on the for primary any city election office of trip Kt.asimmee Club Co. will ba .
I shu/U file with the chairman of this held Wednesday February 14th, at
I committee, or before February 51 at 7 o'clock m.
on i the club.house p.
lv 1117. hi. notice candidacy and appllcation J.: D. CLARK, Secy. WELCOMES YOU THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS. 1a
| i to have his name ao printed r .
*upon a blank to be furnished by the I *
1 chairman of thi* committee, find aciI KISSIMMEE BASKET BALL I SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR
companled by he' amount of his assess-
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I merit a* podded below, and no name -TEAM'GETS BEST OF ORLANDOThe Sanitary Meais CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, l
] of any such candidacy shall be printedupon .
R or counted or returned If printed I
J upon any euch -ballot, unless this provision high school team .defended Os- -CORN TOMATOES .
l shall, have been complied with. ceola 'from Orlando Tuesday afternoon '1 / "
( L Foraa of llallet basket ball the local field Vegetables for lilt all brands Agricultural Chemicals ,
I The voting in Bald primary election at on Write our new price on .
I shall be by first and second choice balI resulting a glorious victory of,23 to Insecticide Materials, Etc.; j! ;,
lot In compliance with the provision 12. .
I state primary' law., and the from POTATOES'' : .
Klssimmee's
The was MAINE,SEED <
I ikthe' the candidates for sack office game svi\d' BEST
I printed on the ballot In alpha.. the first toss of the ball and at no time
I betlcal orders was sjeriously threatened by- thevlrit.ora $ V i ark arriving 'IcJaily- our prices and get !theJbesL. '

I ('..v..*shall ef Ret meet rMI at'S OTlock" ; While Orlando had considerably We sell the HA1NES"FERTlUZER'DIS1RIBUTOR for distributingin
I committee
I t>,The m. oo the 10th day of 'March -1K17.. the advantage in weight, but the dt (Groceries rows or broadcasting. Excellent 'for ,aU Fertilizer,Lime. Ashes
I In the City Council chamber of the city speed of the home boy. made it 1mposwible i.. '
I of KI..lmm.&nd publicly canvass. the for them to keep tbt ball. Y.. [. and soft Phsophate. "
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primaI' '
I[ return' election, in accordance law ot' rids;land deI With the first few minutes' of the USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE .
I candidate have been nomInated Kissimme carried the ball to Ererythinff Ciuuranteedi Manufactured br. Schnarir
Blare what and game, > ,oa your citrus trees for sure, result J. :
[ for each office voted for their and Johnson threw four
/ goal '
of this '
I and secretary If. Co. Orlando subsidiary
chairman our '
the
I committee within two thereafter, field goals during the first palf. Ben- :y ... '
shall certify the name dale .. candidates berg and Arnold each pet thai ball We Appreciate Your Business '
L receiving the- nomination KlMlm.for any "through,1? and a' foul ,xm Orlando THE INDfrENDEiNT FfllTILljIiR COMPANY/ '
authorities ,
file* to the city '
made total of 13 to. 8. .
of title party for a '
FTme. the nomln** BROADWAY
,the office a. to be voted! for at the gen. '-pogrinning with the second half law. i ; PHONE.132: ,1 ;JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, j f i ,tJ.THE I
I, oral election jareli/ll. nl7 leasness the -of th Yblton /
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Dunne Miss Adah Mrs. J. D.
many friends here wish the young' Saturday evening: The hosts proved I Simpson,
people much happiness in their new I delightful entertainers and the time : ART EXHIBIT *. I Clark, Mrs..Rhea,-:Mrs. S. it; Bullock, +
:s Society Notes' $ estate.' 1 passed merrily with games and con- a I and Miss Inez Carson Mrs. B. B.
li I tests. Refreshments of ice cream H-O>Ot H oHo Simpson; Miss Josephine Hamilton
\ apab*) +Saaa04464faabrra and cakes concluded this pleasant soc- The Art Exhibt held at the Osceola and Mr. Dick joined, the. party laterat
.. '<00 I ial function., the Country Club, for an afternooncup ,
1 (Mrs E. E.'' Wells Editor.) SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS .1 High School Building' last ''week closing of tea.
: 4 0)1; 1,!,""': O O..O Ot Friday evening': was a success in

; 'Request is mad to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to' send items 1..1 II. WELL, KNOWN WISCONSIN OC. every'respect. A fine selection of pictures oaaaaaoooa t a*aaaaaa+o4oo4
Mrs. T. M. Rivers and Mrs. R. PARTY f, 4 were sent and great discrimination '- '
& <' ; .f Society Events .V> the Editor for publication in these colums.V Farmer Will entertain the Priacilla 0 4 was shown In their arrangement 4 PIE AND 'COFFEE, SOCIAL A
for exhibition.) Owing: to the extreme 4 0." 'f

"'" ..-.'-. .- .. .. - .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -. -- ....,.........- .. -- .. -. .. .. . . -.---.-- -. -. -. _- .. -- .- -. .- Club Saturday aft.fnon at the home I I Mrs.OOOO! A'E..00600'ooooooooO MacDonald and her weather which prevailed at the time +++++YOOOOOCOOot *_.
.- ; .- : of the latter. All! members are requested -I I the crowd was smaller than was ex .The L. A. S. of the Presbyterian
o.oooooo..oo.ooooooot. 00606.oooooo.oo.0000tOO. to bring their fancy work i I,daughters Mrs. Lillie MacDonald] I pected. Notwithstanding this the Church will serve' pie and coffee at the
I Merrill and Mrs. James A. Macllon'aid
0 which will be exhibited at the Fair.Will 1 I young people cleared:about $50 for Hart Memorial Building Saturday
'SMEDAL-SPEIR: 4 of Rochester Wis., were guests'
4 \ a TALENT TEA Oa 'I their efforts. The sale of candies and between 3 and 6
U. D. C. Owing at the Gravstone .this week. They p. m. 4
Bryan Chapter foods managed' by the Eighth Grade This social
was last weekon
to o. oo..o..ooot.oo. =.tOoOOootoOO..OOO O to the Fair there will! be no meet ,I stoned at Kissimmee to visit the W, j girls netted some $12. account of the bad postponed weather.
-- ing of the U. D. C. "until 'seccnd J. Fripp family.. The feature of the evening was the :
Few'of' the Kissimmee people, out Mrs. F. J. Van Duzer, Mrs. J. Mc- _Wednesday in March. B. K.. Moseley, The MacDonalds represents an old entertainment given: _by the members GREAT FAIR SPIRIT IS KINDLED
sideline immediate relatives, were Phatter and Mrs. W. L. Winh were secretary. and well-known: Wisconsin family. I of the High School],- nd sp good was *
, awarithat; two of the city's popular hostesses entertaining the Missionary Kissimmee Womans' Clubs will hold Mrs. 'Merrill in social is welfare also movements prominentlyknown in this performance that repeated requests (Continued From Poge One. )
S
I" young: people, Miss Susan Eater Society of the Methodist Church and I an especially interesting meeting' at Chicago. After the tragic death of rendition.The have. been made for a second Jactorily arranged.: There will be J
Speir and Harold Smedal, were'mar- their friends Friday with a Talent the Hart Memorial Building next of her hsuband she became associated funds secured at this exhibit ample accommodations to handle the '
Some feature
rled at Tampa Wednesday January Tea at the Bungalow, As the monthof Tuesday afternoon. with the Indutsrial School for Gi'N I" and entertainment will be used in large throngs of people who will be'
work will be discussed .
civic improvement -
.t 31st, till their home on Satur February celebrates the anniversary { \ Later she taught Bible buying' pictures for the school'and here. The Atlantic Coast Line will '
return of and l, a fine program includingoutoftown .] Evan8tonll\l.' a inaugurate
day.o of the birth of the president the. Chicago Training competent selection committee has ; a special service from A
qty 4 , Preparations were being: made for a the United States the rooms were James.talent,Willson is anticipated.Mrs. Jr., Pres't. School for Missions (Methodist). Then ,. his work in chirge. The committee Kissimmee to the Fair[ grounds, running '
wedding: at the home of the' brid' -.'" decorated in national. .colors and with Miss Anne Carson, Sec'y. followed eight' years of far-reaching follows; Prof. R. M. Evans' -Misses fifteen trains a day. each way. ;
cut flowers influence pastor's assistant in tha Aside from this there will bn arto buslines'to '
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Speir but as Leitner Ledbetter Clark
parents. Wooldridge,
i' 1 illness\ in the family threatened .a The .amusing: flag contest which entertained 'Through the courtesy of H. C. Stanford Wellington. Avenue Con reg'tlon..1Church Langiston: Thomason, Bryan and and from the city; the station,
S ., postponement of the event and the the guests was quite in the room recently occupied by Lake View Chicago one of Yowell to be at the headquarters of the
with the occasion while .the the Woman's Shop will be open Friday institutional Chamber of Commerce ,
.. people took the matter In their keeping the best equipped 1 on Broadway ,
young handstand rearranged the plans. readings' by Mrs. J. E. Lupfer and Saturday and Monday for the exhibits churches in the city. Although not an the,charge for the transportation to
Jti'i' ,own Miss Speir went to Tampa and visited Miss Lenare VanDuzer were'received. for the Domestic Scjence: De ordained minister she has frequently "O.OO 0 .oO O O O.a be nominal. At the 1'Onm"of, the Commercial ,,i"t"
her-uncle W, A. Adams, for a fewdnys with hearty applause. partment. Some one will be in charge: occupied the pulpit in her.home town 0 KERAMIC CLUB Club there will be established; 'u",
p and ?was coined by Mr. Smedal on "A cup o' tea" and delicious 'cakes and will take the exhibits to the> Fair and others. 8 .1 something,on the order of a "rest
". Wednesday. TM wedding: weep oaiet served late'' in the afternoon closed : grounds. The'cooked foods'mu.t; be Because of her unceasing labor her .00000000 0000tOO.Mrs. room"'and information bureau for the>
.'I with on'y the bride's relatives this pleasant event. taken' directly to the grounds on nightly vigils and daily tasks, in such .1 accommodation of strangeis. Nothing
+. I one:M"d; Mrs, Adams Mrs.! W. C. About thirty were\ present and the Thursday: morning before 10 o'clock. varied lines,' the physical breakdown J. D. Clark was hostess at will be left undone for the visitors to;
Knight and,, a brother Robert present silver offering was,unusually! large.. followed and need of complete rest r.gularmeeting] of the Keramic Club Kissimmee during the festival period..:
-t : James Caldwell received talegrnrs Monday at he
; which .Mrs. a which she is seeking' in Flprlda.DuilagU Studio and charmingly
i to nt .witness iMtrfo"-ii.v l the l>v, Jiev.ceremony; .D i wns T. G. I.. Petrie of the session.
ft,*. funn'lv.Mr >0> from her brother. Rev. Wellington Avenue church she made Miss Inez Carson will .
t of
r'eid .iid Mr.. SenvM l left for I St.Petersburg 4 WIIITE-WILCOX .4 D. D., of Charlottesville Va., announcing her :home with the Fripps. In the entertain at he next meeting. PENNSYLVANIA MEETING 0 'k. '
where they were the e the death of his wife, Mra: Mary.. church,-In the Juvenile Protective ' POSTPONED, ... 5' .J(T'
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P Pd Knight;and their trip included a brief ': cations Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Fripp + Waoaaoaaaa+eaaaa+a+++aa.+o ,
stpwntMrs. .-.......,',:"' The marriage bf Miss Harriet Margaret .00000000000000000000..000 were almost inseparable co-workers' > MEDAL PLAY AT GOLF :
"' Wilcox Mr. Garrett of ' The. .left Wednesday for St. *, LINKS' 0s 'Tho
Smedal is beautiful'and tat- : to White :' party I' meeting: of .the Pennsylvania
Whiteheat,III., was solemnized at the YOUNG. MEWS CLASS ENTERTAINS Petersburg, but they are greatly State
t.f mttd. and the rharm of her personality Association which was.to have ;
bride's, home evening at 4, pleased with Kissimmee and expect to .OOOOOOO.OO OOOOOOOOOOOOA'ladles' been held
:" i ;'has. wone her many friends; Mr. Wednesday on the 16th has been J post*
r Smedal Ica, young business man' and 'o'clock, Rev* "A."M. Chisholm, , offici- p000C-4o0486f 0.+ 148440440 return.'' If they do they will be Joined handicap tournament 'was pored until the 22nd. on account of the ,
I lit connected with the management nf ating. /: by other members of.the MacDonald afternoon the JGolf pay.Wednesday Osceola County'Fair. '
Graystone :otel. where they will ,The bride is icery.popular: having' The y,' ff men's clof the Presbyterian family, who are yet in Wisconsin. when the varied '
...K> their" bwneJ' Their wide clrcloofYriends been for several years one o.thevet L Uay,Sch"yl 1, know, "pa Mrs JamesA., MacDonald' husbandwas L their amusement by using the medal ti;, E. Oyerstreotwho, -has been '
r oxfcend I iongratulatlons )and ficient teachers In the city: : ;' Class Nr// entertaintheir mor,", the{Date James,MacDonald, of play. Mrs.J.'D.Clark won prize/ a I pending' a few days'with hi. brother ti._
'r best-wishes'f or V happy and access6.rt.- \V Mr:,'White'III' a pros uiyi'aimaat ( ,the,pas tor of U)!* lf ball, for making the lowest score. J..L Overstreeti; and family, left''Mont''
tull'dUJ'e.I.-;< ; "WhiteheaW, lU.: .whn*'? the upl. ,,and the Wrtfiur* r/ lsxg; a young ness circles throughout ,the stato.< j Those .playing' were:, Mrs. Win. L. day for,his home on th. east coast. ..')

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;rI : '---1 10:00: a.m,-..Fleld 'Sports.|V''"'' ; '.. I >J
I main Exposition building We wrest subterranean Ai It
I... no : store. from out of e caverns deep and dark, :: d ,

: 148; Vr: ra.-.Band concert.! Nor.with the'blood-red hand ofwar make harvest of I!. nation's 10:80.. m.-Awarding Premium onk : 1').', ,a .
r" ; I *' tcaw. Horses and Cattle on the-track. ''J!' '
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I 2:00: p.m-Decorated: .'automobileparade. . l'
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.. i r .. -"- : Oun is the wealth of God's good soil, and on his earth we leave 11:00 a. m.Addresses'. by Piomlnent c ';\\ ,'
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2:30 p. .mHamesa.' '.and 'runningraces. But, furrows of the farmer's. i 1' >!iJ!, the business of a ,thousand 1:45: p. m.-..:;-Band Concert., ,. 1 w?rC

1' e/n. ,' ,,,2:00 p. my-Harness and Running t...
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w :00 p..m.-Special. : I C'l '
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: ; we w@ grew, i hare gathered of the yield, .: "
-' The of the do 4:00 p. m,Special. Free Attractions. t" i
products to the who ask.
! Thursday, February' 15-Governor's VQJr".yr. our answer ones *. '14,, s,
r r I t > t V V" ', ', k These are the,(children oftno seed, arisen' in the fertile field, '" .
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'v jftSO: a. ra.-Band concert. Saturday, February 17-Coir" BoyD j
It. < Even in joy;ol labor dgnev: e av@aogrJwni for deeper thought. tJhoalJ .
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r"I" To see glory of the sun in smiling fruit'and golden grain; 'I ", .
Bores and Cattle on the track. I. ..
E'en in the frolic of the fair we-realize how God has wroughtTill I -

,: ': 10:30: u.: 'm.:-Address by Gov, S. J. herds increase and blossoms bear, fed by his sunshine and 9:30:: a. m.Band'concert.. ,'. ,\.:#, ., 'j'' 'V--V

,' )H; : .c Catts. at the" Grandstand.' ., J' '-- his; rain.,. i\ 10:00: ..' -A warding'premiums on ] '

\ 1:45: m.-Band Concerto: ,,. ;:. > .** .. Horses'and' Cattle the track.; L1.i
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[ ; ': 2:00: p. mHIrn.es'oand'RunningRaces. I ) 10:30: a.' m -Baseball Game. ''
; : I'4{ us come forth rejoicing then to merryweek.wal-; < ., .
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t 4:00 i : tion p. .--Speciai.: Free Attrac- Taking of earth both, fruit .and flowers, 'taking of life both 2:00 p. m-Harness .and Eunnlng, d dt


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'4 February 15th. Governor: Catts PROGRAM OF RACES COMMITTEES provldde which will be of f such a_na.

has been invited and has accepted the ," tore as to be appreciated by those z-

invitation !offered. He will be accompanied Wednesday, February 14th Executive attending. 'Aside from the engage
1 Ii bY'the cabineton let race 2:14: pace, mile heats, S, L. Lupfer II. C.: Stanford, A. E. ment of the famous Johnny J. Jones
t t member. of his 8 in 6___;______1____________$150 Donegan, E. L. Lesley, A. Thomas.. Shows whose 'reputation U well
i this occasioii i,'the program for the 2nd race, 2:25: pace and 2:20: trot, known other features will be an- ;

day being .o arranged as to make the' mile heats, 3 in 5___.......... 150 PublicityWm announced )later. These shows will be nrL
presence of the chief executive a gala 3rd race, 4-mile heats weight:' B. Harris, C. F. .Johnson MaxP. on the grounds for the entire week,

'..., I affair; The 16th will be set aside for 110 Ibe., 2 in 3________-------., 50 Moritz. larger and better than "ever Them '
I, I the school children of the county-another Racing '
Thursday, Februal'7.15th'1st will be races on the 'standard, new, ,
r- event'which is looked forwardto Ernest I.. Seth Wood-
Green Supt.
; half-mile ,, oval speedway for whicha
free for all, trot and ,
I :'" ...... with much anticipation of pleasure mile race heats 1 in 5.-;.______pace... 250 ruff;C. W. Ward E. L. Rep- Judges;; splendid string of fast hones has
! ', not only by the little folk but by the 2nd race free for all, trot and L.: H. Ingram, E. L.' Lesley, J. Wade been assured. I
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big ones ai well. in horses Tucker Aimers.
.J. pace mile heats, 3 6,
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, the property of residents of the Cow' Boy Premium. Offered -

ft "\\Ii: r Price of Admission State of Florida; horses to" be L. H. Ingram; J.:,. W.. Miller, (fL., II. Premiums have been offered for :
owned l and in the state 'six Whidden.. '<{" farm products, grown in this county-*, .'
For each person, whether in automobile months prior to the day of race 150
vegetables
r .. Agriculture hay, 'forage, grain, seeds ,
, carriage horse oron: foot,. 3rd race, {4-mile dash for cow "cotton wool bee
? cassava, sugarcane
, f'.ie k'Y" 1f ponies ridden cowboys front ': B. E. Evans, K. McPherson, Sam
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r : I 50e; children under twelve yes' ofwseand Osceola county. ...;__.-..;_..:;., 25Fridayrebruary'16th Brammer, A. ,H. Fox, C. H.; Funk S. products,meat products citrus fruits, ..
t ever 9, 25c; bleacher' ticketsto W. Porter, J. T. Burckhalter, S T. deciduous fruits wines and vinegars.The
f Y cattle shown will, bo a big event,
Fansler S. J. Entriken.
, '': grandstand, 15c; tickets to grand 1st race,!2:30 pace and 2::25. trot; '. : and will 'cause much interest, while
stand; 25c; ticket. to grandstand box, mile 'heats,-.3 In 6.::: _-1SO Livestock' there' will be' exhibits of hogS sheep, .I ,
60c; season tickets to grandstand box,: 2nd race, 2:18: 'pace. mile heats; 3. I B. E. Evans, C. N. Matthews, Ed horses,.mule. and Jack. The Official qL
six'seats; $8; season coupon"tickets, in 5 .w.i..j ; 160 Whaley. R. J. Roliff, J. Denning. State Poultry Shew 6f' the-American w
good for four days, $1; exhibitor's i 3rd race,%-mile-c dash: igtCiiq.: I Steve William; Fred Lorenz, Rudy Poultry. Association/ will be'a featurein
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ticket, good for four days $1. I --- ------ 751 Ashtonv> Oliver Bass.,, which everyone will be Interested.
Saturday, F.bruary'17th "
money will be received at the 'gate. :'
There will be di of domestic
Taxidermy plyas.
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No vehicle'running' for hire and 1st race 2:18: trot, mile heats, 3 in
5 1_ ._ $150 William' Lewis Lang. pets taxidermy and tanning work.:
charging a fare of more than 15c each 2nd race, ..3-8 mile dash'for cow Poultry Woman's work, such a* china paintIng :

way will be admitted to the grounds. ponies ._ "'._, _?.' ..--_-__.. 25 M. D. Alexander, Supt.; J., II. ;' sewing, machine' and hand emr. ,k -b
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There has been provided in front 3rd race, 1.4 mile dash for cor Wendler, Judge; broidery, knitting l '(crocheting, tatting, % ''V
the grandstand a space for automo ponies ridden, by,cow boys from Education general fancy work,etc, as well as
biles to parkr facing the 'race track, Osceola county _....-..;____'..."'. 25 the ,domestic 'aclente I ''department,
for which there is a fixed charge of 4th race,*1-4 mile consolation run, W. C. Bass, C. E. Yowell, R. M.; while' the exhibits tendered by the ,
for coupon ticket good lot Sour weight 110 l Ib* ... 23. Evan, R. R. Riley. ? V 1 1
I l Y days '---- -"'----- school, children will be a moat interesting /
or $1.50 per day for space that Better Baby Contest A feature and 'for 'which prizes
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Is not already and assigned reserved; spaces.arenumbered in rotation BETTER., BABY'...... .-CONTEST, Mrs J.. E. Lupfer 'Mrs. A. M. Chis- are offered. The Better-Baby Club oKiseimmee >
are in the ladies' room'on
February 16. 2:30'p.. m. holm; Mrs.W, J.' Fflppr rest
Friday .
according to sales of same. the 16th i I.
i- grounds Friday, February ,
Prizes .
Baby Decorated: Auto ParadeC. .. .... going tA be a hummer and i*. .open to
At the grounds there will be'suit Class 1-Highest scoring boy 6 I a
W. Ward, Mrs. M. Kate, P. K. babies of the entire county.'
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t. able headquarters' provided for the months and under 24 months of age, 1
C. W. Miss Mildred 0 br
Weaver Griffin.
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member of the who will betaken Woman's Home' bronze
press Companion's Lee, D. W. Alderman J. D. Clark.MI.s On account of the expense for the
of in possible
rli'I care every, way; medal. of land and erection of
a,: Ines.Caraon, Claude Harper, purchase
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"R the postal authorities! will have, a Class 2-Highest scoring girl 6
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building it has been to
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postofflee: to illustrate''' a parcel post months and under 24 ,months of age NeedlecraftMrs. I limit.closelythe number necessary and value of
I 14V .- service for the shipment of vegetables Woman''' Home Companion's bronze N..C.; Bryanfl Mills Anne B. the cash for the fist Fair. a R
premiums
butter, egg and, other farm medal.: Carson Mr. John L.. Overstreet Mr*.
Worthy exhibits not listed in the book
products: Mail.will also be received, Class 8-Highest: scoring boy, "24 L. IL Ingram, .Mrs. H. W Just limed, will receive honorable
forwarded and delivered. The Southern Mrs.C. H. Funk Miss Morrow'j'
.f ; months and 'under 86 months of age, mention and the director of the Fair
LV. J i Express Company will have an office ,2.60 in COld Mrs M. E. Waring', Miss Ruth Wylle.. Association! hope that the citizens of / '
6n the* rounds, the Western Lnlon Class 4-Highest scoring _girl, 24 Domestic Sd_' Osceola county will enter' every' article
%bvY will receive messages at their Fair of month and under 86 months of age Miss Albina Smith. Miss Anne B. in their possession and aidin ;

V lee on the grounds' and deliver same.; f&60 In gold., Canon. Mrs. M. D. Alexander, Mrs. every way to make)'an interesting Jnd t v-"V" x car
the telephone will be I
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company represented a T. Fansler. Mrs. A. C. Roddy. creditable display. '
by long distance office;' the The Mothers dab : of' Kiadmmee BoHlevltare.MU I. _. tjT.- 31
W. c.- T. U.: !ha*,arranged for' a restroom will'' have charge Gt the .Baby Contest .
for the ladle*,- which will be lo-be held in.the Ladies' Bert Boom Jean Caldwell, Mrs. Stanley. Everything possible'will be' done for
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.la Ladies'i'Rertaurant': at the Fair Ground on Friday,' February >>- Bullock Jr. the comfort..and entertainment of)) the
Building, where ,children may'be left 18th, at Z40 p.m. This in caN of competent matrons," 'free of : is opell.to .bab''. .of,'the .atira. Krs 48*':H.. BulloclJ Mlsa FrancesL. I their and pone back again, next
charge: ; [ county.. ;'/ 1In; L. U. Zlmmsrman sty '
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1 I bftleeIt t 4, 5.! 0, and 7' CjtlzenuBanc ;, Offices.A 10, 11 I t lot 1
Building We have
&slraruee Florid '.. Women's ,

DR. 'W.. W. CARSON : Untrimmed the.
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li Office over Pilley Building ( : Panama ; ,
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for Kitr .0tlon "f I i HATS j # :
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Sr' 1 T..th Long or.Short HAT. ':\.
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It IBBS &STEED Car At ( ( ,4 and at the right ,.:n
ATT\IINKY8 AT LAW '' displayL49 prices.
f Ilh .ml busty see' of all kinds giver J. D. I I '. "

'1 pr mpt ..UeDtion.Jflloell THE INN I 98 Ni 4Oc, 15c, ,""i\
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I, e R .' 14S ne ISOrrio Realty Just received another big lot of women's :

'J.: A. TROVILLION, M.- P,. Taxes Hou.e.paid- : : : l ': ,"j White' ''Wa'ists.1
Special Attention'to- -'- ; " Department.'j, :
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CANCERVGOITRE.TUMORS and foe -
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DISEASES OF TUE SKIN.:' Ere Life
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, surance I 79c and 98c \'
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r.r. Winter Park Oft'lc2 to 4 and 6 Indemnity : ... ._ I

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fj.C.T1J. COLUMN I I .lllr. I l I, : SHOES -'-' "::., :


J 3 Matter of importance will necessitate just think of nt. We carry one of the largest and most up-to-date '; ,
1 called, meeting soon. Watch for V. 8.0o tl ; : stocks of footwear in Kii.i mee. at prices that appeal to all. W. "fit
W tfcte.Incharge The rest of room the W.at C.the T.Fair U. Chile will., OLD I I \ the feet"...and your pocketbook. Try us and see. Just for a starterLadies' ;' ., .
i I drat will not be cared for, but moth- "
1 women have I White Tennis Shoes,with or withoutheels. $1.00, 1251.50 :
with little ones will be made comfortable -
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I' If not believe that the 'na- ;,the Davis pa ( ) Shoes for Men, Women, Misses and bildrufor Spring and Summer Wear, -'
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I t tlon dry In 1920, or before have closed .. .
"f''"; tll says en,it it is Is because coming so as fast Billy you Sunday cannot ,Dons In been the > While attending; the Osceola County Fair, you are cordially invited to' i

'fl\ see it for the.dust.it makes." I force there it to the make this; store your headquarters.STORY'S. . q
Mrs. William Jennings Bryan has i not have been ( .
"'l\ (accepted the position of superintend -\11.1 lame clubs greatly.that I I
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<> nt of the) department of peace and ,
,, j,arbitration of-the W. C. T. U.. I Last April oc: I ;
which members ; e'r NEXT DOOR TO POST'OFFICE" t r;
l Florida's 'record today is fortyfourdry ture were ,
beforehand . ,
'+ counties-only eight wet ones- -- .
IN Duval, St. 'Johns,I the men h
Kseambia Nassau
f, 14 three-fifths of admission ticket will have equal:.. i
,i, Pinellaa Duval has three wet cities- "Naw; drownin' worms"Harper'sWeekly. ( an" :; x
I'' ,.,"Jacksonville, Mayport and Pablo; house, not just. " ' oportunity to get a new Dodge automobile -|'i"\j\
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voting; so as \ ) ; .
'i "PtsMllas alao three-St. Petersburg r, "d.l.To ..\ which will abe given wayjbjrl?
'111 see we are
1' ; Ctwrwater and Tarpon Springs] one
the theFair/Association ,
onheIaet'dayof
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"," tru-hi In only the of other all our counties.hundreds Twelveshies in sage voters of of our : give'I is:to receive twofold?:* ::1 i the; ''; Fair".... -" '' "'reiwi- --f,] I Ioooooo'Otoootooooooooo

i Florida with saloons. Our state president . our constitution I
says I facture and sale. .. OOtO otooooooooOOOOto.' ..
,. "Have we gained In legislative mat j uors forever In :
i'. ters, you ask Is It a gain to find as absolutely ; ; $
Is that It laws a gain-to do not learn enforce that themselves we must beings can MRS.be.J. South Florida Fair r .
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ban th. officials as well as the law? '
Then we have made very great prog- AND .
I roes that i', if the better class of citizens Visiting card I
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f ONights"r- Will sell low rate excursion tickets Feb. 1-2-3-5-6-7-8-9 and for trainsto
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A better recipe, for health and comfort at W.

all times total abstinence.For ..
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{ in very strong it this time oil the year with gabradine'very pleasingly. The -
V: V when In every window we see displays suit was of purpLe jersey and tan
' ."., ofstraw hats and spring frock and gabardine fashioned the'large collar r Li
: suits. One must be very strong-* and revere that went the length. of tbe'eoat. ,
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i II I. on how, but the weather Is forbidding; Irish crochet' as a dress trimminghas
l4. and those of us who are endowed.with been revived again.. The idea was r
;' a sense of the fitness of things will brought from Paris very retently..On. '
.J. V abstain yet a while, guided by our better a dress of white Georgette there were THE H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
'c, judgment. large pockets of Irish crochet lace, \
,'S'6.: Some df the hats combine straw and and an edging to match_ finished the "OLD RELIABLE SHOE DEALERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY"
. t' fine felt, or straw and satin, others large bertha on the waist.
"lJ.c ' are entirely of straw trimmed with Dresses of white serge also begin to ,
J "i, flowers or ribbon, and a great many; make their appearance. Some very Bids Ypu a Hearty Welcome. Come: and Be Our Guests:

j I.i are of crepe. An almost., brimless, attractive models are seen) brightened\
[ ., rather high-crowned little, hat was here and there with 'touchs of. Oriental '#, Make our Store your Headquarters while in the city.
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{ entirely .df narrow ribbon
.),; interlaced, giving the impression'! of The sleeveless jumper Is anothernew
straw, at a distance. It was of nar. departure to which, women 'have Incidentally, see our full line of
; taken kindly.-It slips on over the head
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Summer :Dress and Wash Goods.
; skirt'on the order. of the' favored Russian : ".:,#;
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Clothe. for 'very" f little .tots show .. U7 :-_ .:, .

VV q ti ting some girl's very party interesting frocks'points.there are'-For the the *. : . .:..,...-;;;-.-.---, ';....,,s.: ...n1t:',VSSVSS. -t '."Old, Reliable"- : Shoe.. Dealers. ?- 'of. Osceola. !' :_C-..mtity". ....... ',-?'--'-:-:---':-.-..-.?...-:.:V4: .,,.:'".....:'; ,.. .
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5 A daintiest of white jet frocks, all fluffy t. Everything for Ladies Misses and- Children .
.; I'tb" with frills .nd' arro"": pink and blue ,
' r, Ji ribbons. Alternate rows of pale pink '
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Will exhibit at Ki..immee'on Fcbrus ry 14 to, 17. u:1u,ye.

': "" Each day throughout the"exhibiuon there, will be'horse races on
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- .. < Box Coat of, Green Jersey: Cloth with j\V It ii the leading market for cattle.Its the speedway at the Fair Ground, .
1 White Pleated Skirt property is cheap and taxes are low. A xarnival and trained animal show will exhibit daily from Febru-j:

'. ,, ..' It i i. almost totally free from mosquitoes: ary 12th to 17th..inclusive.. '
nor blue ribbon ". r-;... der on either side: The trimming'was has electric lights'and telephone iyttera.k. u "
cj a bunch of red,cherries placed onthei' It has a fine tourist hotel and several commercial hotels. Fair.
left side of the crown. Another hat .,f Its soil will produce any variety of fruit flowers or vegetables.It Athletic sports also will add interest. and amusement.
with a email upturned brim was of 11ii has 'six churches: of different'.denominations--all.fine buildings. The offici l'aDnual State show of the American Poultry Associate, "
,1 white silk covered: entirely with ma.I' It-it practically'free from the isle. of whisky or an7 other?intoxi-: ton for Florida will 'exhibit' in' connection with this Fair. ; Poultry1.' I

.r chine stitching worked in a close all. cBtt exhibits will be entered from many sections of Florida.
j Machine stitching Is I'M' Its has the finest school: system of any town< of its size in the .
over design. United State. Friday ((16th) will be Educational Day-:in. conjunction with .as,
3' also very popular Just now as a decoration It has modem municipally" owned waterworks and sewerage systems. exhibit of work by pupils of Otceola county's public schools.. i tn
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t fi Jibes nearly twenty miles of splendid cement sidewalks. The girli canning dub and the boys com club of the county wil,
Is not nrprising to find it hats f'
Some New Salts on ) f'. t,. It has a Masonic, a Knights of Pythias. Odd Fellow; Woodmen of hay. extensive.: exhibits.: :
: ..\ the World. Modem Woodmen and Junior Order United American Mechanics. '
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e in the sketch is one of the new,models, It has an excellent weekly newspaper. People throughout Aseeolacoanty are 'requested to prepare in: .
'. I. The pleated pockets and cuffs tell at r- ,It has the most attractive country club house in the State.It d'ividuatand collective exhibit. '
one that this is a 1917 design, forjbox The New Sleeveless Jumperwith Box. ii on the banks of Lake Tphopekaliga. one of the mD*t beautiful Specimens of vegetables fruits, flower (domesticated and wild)*,* 1
coats have before had such friv Pleated Skirt
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; ". on herbs. fih.-berries (domesticated and wild). trees.- WOods; needlework1and
olouspockete.: Coats of bright colors x- It is the healthiest town in the United States-the annual l death
.. such as green, rose, marigold, citron fascinating effect Then are frocksof rate being less than 3 to the 1.000. fancy work grain, forage, seed, canned products, jellies,' and arts

;' or purple accompany white skirts silk, voile and fine linen, too, for the Its streets are shaded with massive oaks and its. boulevards and .and crafts (including china painting, eta) r,
',', which are' either plain, or else spottedor little ones. ,,Theae are trimmed with lawns are covered with Bermuda grass Exhibit of curio, natural, historical and otherwise.. also will be '
striped with the color of the coat. fine hand 'embroidery, '''Irih crochet It is in the center of the orange-producing section of Florida, shipping welcomed.

Some of the skirts are made from lace or smocking, which is often de hundreds of cars of the fruit yearly. The Osceola County Fair i i. for the benefit of the WHOLE county, ,
bordered material with-the border veloped It has the best climate both ip i winter and the thermometer
at in colors. The combination of summer- 1<'J
and each citizen resident,.or visitor-is'invited: to contribute, in
the lower edge and the top laid in white soutache braid with band embroidery seldom going over 92 or lower than' 36. any,
.pleats 'In some of these, the designs on a fine white linen dress is Ft is in the center of the finest hunting section of Florida.It I way possible. to the promotion of its ucces*. .i
,- are embroidered instead of 'prht d. quite novel and very effective is the head of navigation of.a chain of lakes and rivers 'reach- :I
.' The designs are generally large dfcta The Iman'boy is not forgotten ing to the Gulf. This water route i.three hundred miles in length and .
:" "" orsquares: worked in two or three while dainty things are being prepared abounds with beautiful scenery'throughout. Tourists who have traveled' --: V .--- ; .,

\, y.\\'" .'''\t,> ,.. strjkin colors or (In, a solid color with for his little sister. For his social the entire 'continent" ; pronounce. it .the finest inland ,water trip in .oO"O"O'OO' "OOO"'O'OO'ooo"oo " " '.' J
;: wtv: ;,./" black or a contrasting shade used to duties, there are little suits'01'white America. }
.w'" f'";;" outline the motif. ** moire: with short jackets and colored I Cold Storage for Fresh Meats i i

If-., Jersey, and Still More Jersey vests. The vest and collar may be of .. l' -
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... and. is now combined with other These suits of silk are all very well Styles That Speak Emphatically of Smartness i Stora:. Rate Beginning December 1st:
materials. A suit of citroncoloredwool for parties, but for school they are .
jersey was made with a white made of colored linens poplin, rep Storage on all Meats, 1.2: cent pound, Fifteen Oa,., ,- S r

pique collar. The collar was, of course,' and chambray. With' slip-on middy Curing ..Pork'ready for smoking,.'I. l-2c per pound, ;;.
,\, detachable so that it could be removed jackets or'manyly; little'Norfolk. coats Two of ." Twenty Daysv} " J

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.,>\ _. LAST ROLL CALL H. FebruaryEaJeltaesea, r'a .the reaL.
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ly'a monarchy ,later a republic, I. among Civil War veterans made large 1\\ '
now ah actual territory of the United. gaps:in. the .&'Ovemmen '* (pension L I 'KISSIMMEE ICE '& COLD STORAGE CO.. I::1 I
States, annexed in 1898 T ...:, .
rolls; during the past year. The reportof .
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'a::: I' That presented the greatest in the pageant entire Pacific spectacle Pension Commissioner Bureau made Saltzgaber public of today, the, an torn practical, attractive i ...............,6t10a0.ONN- .0...,.... .."'........."....... :-I

c i:'\iR coast region will'be given In' Honor 60.000 of the old soldiers passed from 1 and, easily I v.Y v.:
Vf-'*!;. lulu to celebrate Washington's Birthday show. I that the names of more than I reproduced by ....
:(, February 19-25,19172 the list, reducing their total to 286 lite fcomemaker. dress
r That Honolulu is .the'"Croseroade of 080, hardly more than a third ,of FOR 'SALE---CASH' PREFERREDOne r
the to all shipping to ;
,.: the Pacific, key wha it was eighteen years ago. Thcrs
t:''.' 'and from the Occident and orient and wit* a net rdaction Itjill pensionersof block! of Five Lots in youth Part of Town :.250
the antipodes T 38,000, and In the amount paid for "
"'{: V -" ... That the volcano of Kilauea, on the pensions of' $6,000,000"<: Pensions McCall foot JrQnt208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for'!

"'f .. island of Hawaii always active, is aggregating 1169,155,000' 'went ;yto Banana or Truck .Growing. Eighteen inch' 'fall to city j'

i Me geatest natural .tourist v. attraction 709,572 persons.: Patterns(t 'h ; ditch. !\take.your home pay for itself.
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:t. SS V 'That Honolulu the'capital of the onlyoyal palace in the United States? '. .. : "ftbnUJ. Ii'' Apply VAlleY' GAZETTE.r. r
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,_ territory. olf Hawaii, ,possesses 'theWbeaeVer That S in Honolulu} there are three S77758J.NOW.' ON. SALE : '
.h" wireless companies, the:Marconi, stationed M t,..... No.. ) t.t.c.II.-:Ne., 7S7J

tt' You Need Oeaeral" .Tosdo. at. Kahuktf",. being the 'most r 'Be honest and loyal, always think' The Valley Gazette doe exes111
V..:. V Take ,Grove's. powerful in the world? .. : A.: S. GILBERT: i and reason; put yourself Into, your. Job printing of alUdnds 1 ,

,:'. .- chill The Tonic Old Standard is equally Grove'valuable. Tasteless asa That Uncle' Sam ha -establishedthe Kiisim iee,. '. V . Florida. work. If you do not win after giving
;, General 'Tonka because It contains the fortincatloui of Fort Rnger In the best is The Wee That Dett I Net Mist T
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and IRON. ,It acts on the U_. Drives Head at Honolulu'the most 'unlquedef. didn't find 'the, rfKht''job' :: (R, M.; I TITB KAOMO sad den oranint met pa.i I.bNart. a.fO..aM s.IaiM
; Si oat 'Malaria.' Brrichee the,Blood and I Get' Your J 1pb Printing From 'lheValley; f+yGazett ''
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. "" ''1.....+oootooooooouououI universal. effort! to bring men, women second Sunday, fn February becamethe
I + and children into the Sunday schools uniform and mutual day.' .e .
,.:THE GOV RNOR'S PROCLAM- < of ou southland. Florida agreed to The Florida Sunday school association .
'ATION this move, when in the last state con Is issuing splendid program. PAflt.
'O 4 vention In Lakeland, it was .unani for the day. -This program will be : :' '
,* State of Florida. Executlr De- mously voted that this state Join with calculated to add dignity to the occasion :
.* partment,, Tallahassee '* the others in' this generalobservance.This and to give much needed inform > ..1ti :f "
4 movement is wholly interde- ation to all schools which will use It. .
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A PROCLAMATION +1 nominational, embracing every evangelical This program, put up in attractive .1'1--; ;,
4w church. A mighty impetus form, will be sent in sufficient num- : ,:>.
shoul dbe thus to this bers to any school desiring same. ,{'.:
4 To the People of Florida* statewide movement will the power In the city .of Jacksonville, this day
Wheras, It is of the greatest and Influence of all the advertising will be further emphasized by the special
importance to the welfare of our ,nd agitation in all the south. Flor campaign now on fer 6,000.'men. ,
+ state that the forces which make ida at the presenttime has perhaps Much interest la being developed in / .
for Intelligence, character and 4 85,000 pupils enrolled upon her Sun the metropolis toward this end and it
patriotism among: .the people. day school books. There is an average is confidently, hoped that even more
should be encouraged, and, J attendance of perhaps 65,000..The;, I men will be added to the schools- of -h
*' Whereas one of the great purpose of this Go-to-Sunday-School i that city than the goal set.
forces for good, for strengthen- Day\ is to increase htis attendancethat The office ,of "the state Sunday
'* Ing character, for promoting day to over 125,000. school association reports that' there
patriotism and spreading Chris-. This is the second such,day observed is much need in the state for this
'* tlanlty is the Sunday .school, in this state. The first day was movement. There are many' counties MACH AND LIVERY '
and, observed over a year ago, namely October whcih have only a few Sunday ., BROTHERS GARAGE ,
Whereas, the beneflctent and 4 3rd, 1915. At that time the schools. Other counties report abso. ... :' ",
benign Influences of the. Sunday 4 Florida Sunday school association Inaugurated -I lutely no cradle rolls nor home departments I ." .i','
11 schools of the various denominations 4i the first state-wide move. and some even report no \
i are great forces for good in 4 Governor Trammell endorsed it with a 'organized Bible..classes. In many OPEN DAY' AND NIGHT '\
' our state; forces worthy of <,state-wide proclamation, and every sections of the country the Sunday ". ,\,. ,
r 4 olden; and co.operative all_ 0) where efforts! were made to get tho school spirit is at low ebb, .and a .,- j IpI.
I 4 recog sistance, and, -- people into Sunday schools. As a're'putt movement such as is now being planed , ( .
. schools 4 the reports coming tothe state if not of
Whereas, the, Sunday sufficient intensity, '
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office indicated that those schools.which '
; < of the state, through the Florida 4 observed the move had 'Increased ought to sweep these calmer countiesint 'Ag SUPPLIES > :
<*> Sunday School Association! are <> their attendance from 25 per"cent. othe columns bf 'strenuous activi nt."BU1C"-K': 'CAR': .' 5
making and have mado special <- .. ,
to more than 200 per cent Thousands ties. for : AUTO 'II
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and have set February 11th, 0- in 1916, owing to the fact that this j job printing all kinds. I' / .. ,""J" '(,:.;JI.):' Yj
1917, as the day for the great 4 state desired very much to' celebrate Autos for Hire.Special : .::;);,,; )
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uniform with the of ;
< day; 4 a .day Piles Cured In 6 to H Days :
-r.; Therefore, T, Sidney J. Catts, 4 the south, and at the recent confer Your dranrtit will refund money if PAZO : ,
'1 ,* governor of Florida, do hereby 4 ence of the south's general secretariesin OINTMENT.Bleedlnir(all.orprolrudiDPile.In6101d.ya to nr .0"".... of ItchingBlind -,. t Rates to Fair Grounds ;
, 4-issue this proclamation calling 4t Sunday,school work In,Atlanta. the Th *rt pplicaUon alas! SMC and Ke U.:SOc
upon all of the people of the 4 ...... .
t 4 state of Florida, and the visitors 4 -' 'I
*who shall be within our borders, 4 PHONE 113 .'-./'. :,
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0' February Jllth1917, that they I l ;

a > may _.,give!.encouragement'! und (10 'i t r #. \Ir l-K\--i rrrrmil vi \ YV -'.-. --1 i v AVi in r *ll*.. .,.., Quick. -:Servtce.Expert; ,. 'Chauffeurs ... Kissimmee' : ;
honQr.'tot\IJM..who: ./HhfuUyJ .,
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that they may receive to them4 ...11' t... t.... "., t... rA ..:.' t... 1'A ": !/'. "" 0 '.' .. .' ,
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> has Bee, the capital, this the 14th'4 INVITED .J ''
.* 'day of January, A. D.,- 1917. 4 :"' \, ,\
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.SIDNEY J. GAITS: *
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By the Governor: attest:' .: :..,' i
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a will eluding make a the number'same Vest effort of-on the this river day., ", 112 Broadway.. 112 BroadwayLawrence C. W. GRIFFIN. '' )\i,;( J

The second Sunday in February is to Tress Mrs. A. 'Tress '. "" ''" ',1
Staple and Groceries
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THE WALES PLAYERS, in "REJUVENATION," By Warner :Harding, author of "Graft." : .


BEN. R. VARDAMAN, Editor Merchant Trade Journal, 'and ''President National Community Association. .'.-7" ,; .:::'--


"" CASTLE:SQUARE ENTERTAINERS. America's Finest Male Quartet. ; : .
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,IX a THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY !. 1917 .\

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increasing efficiency of the number of Florida towns and cities,
State Board 'of Health has been "UK- and in one Instance, of a large rural
mented within the pact twelve month, school and its sanitary condition with
by the creation of a new department, suggested plans for its improvement.One .
known a. the Bureau of Engineering. or all of these matters have been P
Modern sanitation calls to its aid surveyed at Orlando l'Lakeland. Ocala, Kin FolksH r
mOlt of the sciences, but,its successful Kissimmee Fort Meade Wauchula
accomplishments are due largely ton Punta Gorda, Bowling green, Mari- _
an uncommon' use of common sense.T anna,' Chipley Havana Tallahassee,
othe layman of a generation or two, Live Oak, Perry, Montioello High
In the oast slcknes, its cure and par Springs New Smyrna, Miami', and .
ticularly its causes and ,the possibJU the Phinney Point School at Kissim And Friends! j .
ity of prevention, were decided mysteries. ''' mee Park._ The .reports of these curvets :
., The doctor-poor fellow have been fully prepared and ,

4 was put upon a pinnacle along'with- wrItten out, and the originals are on ,.' __
+, his secrets, where he knew he didn't file! nthe'' offices of the State' Board at
af, belong;, and he was constantly afraidof Jacksonville, open to the examinationof ,' I
falling off and being robbed of the any Interested citizen of Florida. .. ,, -
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special reverence or fear that kept Some of thes esurveys are madeat .
;,' hi min hit place. the'request of the individual Communities ,
But Intelligent men (deluding doctors and, some on the Initiativeof I .
r have been reasoning it out that the engineer in charge Mr.; George :
there must; be a cause for disease., indeed W. Simons,Jr. Each report is a care-
different causes for different dies fully compiled resume' of the conditions , :
eases. They set themselves to locate investigated\ Illustrated with ,
and Classify those causes, and, photographs and maps., Each is concluded n IuI1LId
knowing them, to remove them and by recommendations for better? -
so prveeitt illness and epidemic. They ment of the ''conditions, and wtih an "
discovered that most diseases: ares approximate estimate of the cost of
caused and infection spread by the corctruction and maintenance.
r transference of specific germs, most They are, in fact, a recital of the -
cit which' find their favorite breeding defects In the' water or sewage, systems -
'..1 places in filth more' or less Indescribable. existing already or contemplated -
' Water polluted may harbor disease with advisory suggestions, baaed
1; t germs and sewage from human upon the careful examination of natural /
habitations', and conditions together with thor-- \ hy aKt ywt
garbage heaps a / T! ri rii x,+rY \ ty" S d'.k
;t. !stables left where it can be reached ough knowledge the most recent !
'.. by flies and mosquitoes, are prolific developments of sanitary science that
tk sources of disease And so the,safeguarding may be applicable. The adoption pf T4 t C'S
fi' of the community\yater! these recommaifilattons';Ib'In'ert"Way : ,y( ," F1"'i j i w 4 ,I o.j.j'r f2. \ I "" i,NY+1 "'1' "-' 1
'];' supply and ,the proper" disposal oft obligatory upon the communities interested -
rO.? l' ,sewage are matters of vital importance and the advice is free as gos '
to public health, and it was with pel. But it happens that the statute '+ r' '+I.e. ,fi Rt'? ,' ,1.,, ' 't; 4 i A q'1 ::C -''? '' r" r ;, ,Y 1 .: gib ,N.3kI ,
4\ the idea of studying. these conditions books. of Florida have carried for a '-- ). x'11 +> e C" +i I 'S i +..n.MZ t2. ,+F t,F''1 [C Ay?'; 'sE, .,' ., '3 , .4?'ti i
'. In every part of.Florida 'that thjsIteisrtnvent number'of'years/1 the provision' that 4 + tr
,,,I' was added to the equipment -',, the plans for the installation new
of the State Board of Health. water or sewerage systems or any
,' In the first 'place, the services of extensive remodeling of existing sys-
"j, this Bureau and of tis chief are absolutely tems by any Florida city, town or
h i. free to every Florida city village county must be approved by the State .I have ten fingers and ten ,toes. And that same, :I reckon, applies
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i; or, district Next t edehIprtalage Baord of Health before;any, improvements
or district. Next, this depart- may be made. Lean count 'that much but I just to cigarettes too. More'and orecan't
ment is under the immediate personal I Every'city and town presents its .. ,
t."l: V .supervision of a sanitary, engineer' a own problems in sanitation, depend- smoking
y, graduate of the Massachusetts Institute ing upon character of soil, local topo- count all my: good friendsdown gentlemen of the South are
"c, of Technology who possesses the graphy and many other conditions, '
; more or less unique faculty of translating which must be studied by themselves South here-they are far me SOVEREIGN every day
the lingo of science to the un* to-secure best results. The average ,
:i. derstanding of the layman and of citizen is rarely yersed in the problems I from
know I
I having a perfectly good reason for that are a part of correct sanitation too many. ,because they come
I*, his conclusions and assertions. He. !is and however skilled 'in his own
w convincing. procession or work is not often qualified good old Virginia and Carolina
Already this Bureau has made eur- to pass upon matters that affect And ,I'm ,mighty proud of them.
4f "f'yt'l.of the water supply its source public health. The result of the establishment stock
its, quality and distribution, of the disc of this Bureau is to bring"within The men who make me 'stock-the finest, grandest
posal of the community sewage and the reach of every Florida city say you
t the subsequent method of treatment and town, no matter how large or how .in all the world.
to render it innocuous or of generalsanitary small the benefits of advice on these can tell'real quality by the com _
conditions in a considerable complicated subjects. '
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COMMUNITY FESTIVAL FOR BIG AUTO PARADE STARTS Quality thing, you ,

THE FIRST-WEEK IN MARCH FESTIVITIES' OPENING DAY Blood,will.tell. A good name and can't' deny ,it. And I stand for ,

OF OSCEOLA COUNTY FAIR
Much interest is being manifested good breeding count most of alL Quality. '
in the Community Festival which will '. -
be held One of the big feature ot the Os- .
in Kissiromee March 1st to
i. 6th,'under the direction of the Southern ceolax County Fair will,be the decor ,:

t Chuatauqua System and from allllId1atlon" ated automobile parade, which will be You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! ,,, ; .. '
the different events which held on the opening day (Wednesday : .
go to, make up the. series of enter February 14)), and in which it is hoped -* "
tainmMtta, etc., will be well attend: there will be a large number of , You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco!. ". ,

( ed. The'public ia giving Secretary entries. A special invitation is extended ... .oo" '. ..
W.. Witherspoon 'a great deal of to the people of Orlando, es- "M ,<', "' >*.' ,f!. 'A'' .", ,",,, ._ I '}' I"" i" .

encouragement.The'Festivalwill. mean a great i I pecally the, automobile to be on hand owners and join antdenthusaists : ,.', ,, That's-why/Lam; !: ':' so .!loved, among you all dOW1 -here.,:: ,'SO"I: a nr "d f.1'7;::n" " .:." :
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city. There'will be'lect'hrers' of great feature, has aroused. considerable enthusiasm ."_, ti. .." .. "' .< <1'i"' "'" .. ,' .
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musicians of high standard I't'
and renown entertainer' of, great ability a the hopes best that ever the seen parade in this will section'he-one'' of o f : ,,:: l'am' 'guaranteed' by, .' -" f ,.....c....... c 3' -Buy me. "f

company of dramatic stars. and other, the country.' He desires 'to extend a dealer and "
don't like to
Iw features which go ,to make up the special invitation to the people of Orlando If you me return me your : get.

town and, the home. Season tickets Winter Park, Sanford and all: 'w back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known 'i .. y'
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t well afford to pay ,and I which willmake their machines. It might be well to the world over''.for keeping his word; and I have given you mine.overeign 't" ,
each separate entertainment state there will be no prizes offered
4 cost only a trifle. The price of, the for the best desorated cars" at is S
ticket is nothing compared to the opportunity sometimes the case,)as it is the de-
'' ,-which, is given to, etiioviiMi sire to have everyone' take part,
f'Y 1 .aniMrb rtatlent. and everybody whether the machines are decorated
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to make the event the biggest success how many automobiles there are in
:f imaginable. Full information this section of the country. The procession -
will be given by either Milton Pled will start promptly at 2 o'clock
,i' art president, or Dr. W. B. Wither- on the afternoon! of February 14.

spoon.havin&'tbo secretary'Community of hte local Festival"'association east to the west coast in less time THE: 'GENTLEMAN. OP THE SOUTH" I

over' (fil route than it can be done

in charge over the Lincoln Highway the runs .

; TO TEST CONTINENTAL ROADS to be made simultaneously.The ffn9 of fT at. .

officials of 'the organizationsay : .
r The Yelowstone Trail Association,,I that such a contest is really for :

a1 an organization which is endeavoring the purpose of stimulating public -- ,

#t to extend a public highwayiroai'the thought on'transcontinental highwaysas ' THE STOVE "REJUVENATION" TO BE SHOWN THE ORIGIN OF "NEWS." It i* not birth nor rank, nor ,tat:.,

,Atlanta to the Pacific Coast,*has issued well as to center attention on the DURING COMMUNITY FESTIVALOne The word "news"'Applied to the But get-up-and-get that, make men.
x a challenge to the Lincoln Highway feasibility of long distance trasspor- Stoves has been in general use in '
of the prominent numbers of happenings of the world has a curious great!-(Orison Sweet Marden.)
for a night and a day raw, offering tation and motor-driven vehicles' on this country only about} fifty years although the proCJ'1Jto be presented during and interesting origin. In the
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to,deliver from the
a message '
public roads. existed early 1870.
they as c
: the Community Festival I in March olden days, long before there were '
To Car a Cold !. On. Day In that :year: a Mr. Pettibone of Phil- will be Clara Vaughan Wales in a any newspapers event?were collected "
IF YOU WANT TO VOTE:
"' ''.....tAzArtvsOMO Qalalo II stops th* adelphia was granted a patentfor a three-act: comedy "Rejuvenation," from all parts of the world and For' R"1thcr'and Son360PICTURES
CMoIr1I ad Headache. cad work off the CMn tax I
Pay your city poll on or Before stove which he claimed would heat
f rtr.rd.t. ..( .d nomr If It tells to cure.G I which as written' expressly for Ly- brought in by a messenger boy, very
> W. oaOVB alrnatare cm each. hoe tSa. Saturday February 10th.RfLEf. houses by pure air. This stove was ceum presentations, and staged by much as is done today., For many '
soon after,set in the almshouse at ,
up years could be found which
William the well-known. no name
Philadelphia, and Drs. James and Shakespearian Owen star. The play Isenjoying adequately fitted this material. At 1 360 ARTICLESEACH .
Chapman together with *several mem
unusual popularity. last, some one suggested the initial MONTH
bers of Congress, saw it and gave'teltlmoniala "Rejuvenation"an has well call-" of the quarters of the earth-north, ON ALL NEWS' STANDS
of Its usefulness and ,suc- keen east west south since the information
whicha ,, "
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in warming and ventilating large
came from there. The initials i
churched woman suffragist climbs to power '_- 15 Cents .
such manufactories I
building as -
thus taken were N. E. W. S., and "
hospitals courts of justice etc. and then falls beneath the arrows of' R'.
they formed the 'wolf "news." The POPULARMECHANICS
.until I iz got a'firm hold on the people. Cupid. Politics and sharp clean word clung and later when the day's .
about the Elixir
Evtn then ti was conlidered'teo expensive comedy woven : k kC
Tablet of Eternal Youth-whereby happenings were brought together Iq '
and people stuck to tIe, :
fire Mrs. Wale at Grace Cartrlght the form of printed matter the name MAGAZINE
place, 'wI\h,the' \ 1O.p"tone to take t.i' changed from 'an old woman of 80 "newspaper" was 'applied.-Calvin' .
bed night in the'cold winter*. This to ''a suffragette of 60, a'society Holbrooke. WNs sail SO roll CAN UmotSTAND IT

stove was confined mainly to public woman of 35 and a debutante of 20- ... AM the Great Events Mtchmlct,
bringing into play'' the entire gamutof J\I Ensiiwertna: and Invention throughout'
houses,where many guests had to he emotion Pathos, Frivolity, Love There'la no rule for making suc the World are deacribed In in Intemtins -
:such manner, aa her Occu*. J.OCO.OOO ,
entertained and where 'a stove ...
and, Hatred Inber backward flight cess. You've got to hunt up your own I..: reader each month.J .... "
wcuH: be rather an'advetllenent'lhu.o for youth.' -* road, and make your own set of rules "1 Skep Met**' ....Beek 1.r. t.1U..q

? E F.LLAWSON for winning private .houses or From the rise, wholesome comedy and it's' a practical certainty'that u..slo...W Sloe butt.rw.r.gdoebt..le W sake react...h.."
; ,tar cooking was not'droaraei: : of., list), and tense dramatic situation hold ...... .......... l.r.-s:;: d ,
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the audience ever-increasing -.adel.r.Ims.lree.ar.ilr.Sell..
first 'advance toward a cook to"e; ,
and before '
opportunities hit itright.Brooklyn A.a.hodeotl..twv.i..1.i..t.psi
I "' interest in the plot you .
was the making of the Franklin ato"e' S ULlIY a..IIILDI!
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factory.. The first real stove that, deterred I a tank or boiler'for hot water on the On the great clock of time there 1 11 Nt.4..yassn.rw .'-.---_
Dry' Goods and Shoes the jof cookstove back part near the pipe. This stove oDe POPUl.AII .1rCIIA.1CS .ACAZIN.
name a was but word-NO W/ (Orison Sweet .
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very long, oblongin shape an Marden. .
"gyp Merchandise k J. : : oven running the entire length, the housekeeper and the,'man ''Who could, MA..iee d'hW '1'Mgl y.lar.l.

door t.whch! -WM'In'front and',Just if'ordwa.! .looked npon'with nr- .A (nWoritr In ght' ,1*" better. ,,- .... ,.,. ...Held", ':o arwM.wr_.', ....r, .....'

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111111.1111.1. 1111, $ , .. the child shall no longer b* exempt NQTICB or IlfOORPORATIOlC of fOl'e.lo.l. In a certain case Ip the DI.ton Edmund F. Steolc.as 'such ADIIINIIraATOR'I lioTICE' ,

from school attendance' under, this : 'Crui of Osceola county Flor. .ne the Other per 'TO SELL IUaAL 8S1ATM
l H. )L. Stses a* cvmplaln'a E.ttowln. A
I Legal provision; Po,14.4 further that whena NOTICE) Is herebjgiven that Ihe'un. li t, and Anna Hoyer and Chas. K. Boyer .on.EIb.th, Sandlln. "S-eUn 'i. . -

t.aohe.I* charged with In.ffc\enC.\ willeD the at a day of March her.' "..b.nd . defendant I, I Bteck., wife of Edmund Knoa.. ,. o .t.. :. .M

misconduct ,such be dU.I..na &Special have taken charge be and they are required] to e1l.
Adverti3ements.41s111u1"J4uI1l charge
i I..1 Ing mad In ...er.Uy.. filed with the A. j b. 1$1T, apply to 'tn* O"r-ol of'Fleridi and will ofer for sale to th. highest and appear, t* h.r.bl o( Complaint .
1st Estate ,
Trustees. of the Special Tax School 1>1.. for Letters Jat..t ,SncorP' door bidder In for Klsslmmee bfore, the oourf.u.. filed I I. the ...le cause In' the court re _> .-W.I.. 0't.

.1 ' I 'Tlct, or with the County Board of Public ating .ourselves. 'bur . legal hour of sale Flol'ld. the 6th* afo..ald. on .' before Monday, the Ind -. ( .
Instruction by a parent or guardianof I day April. A. D. 117, otherwise the
N0.1UCID; OF HLBCTION any .child attending th*. ...ho' bo- i .uoc..or. Into a body oolitic and cor- day described of February property 1117, situated the In following Osoool said BUI of Complaint will In due Nola. Is hereby given to al whom It

Ing by such .teachr, tha norats under the name of NARCOOS county Flol'ld.. and described fo. course of (aw be taken .confessedagalnsb that Henry Bass, a*.
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et'e"t of such child shall not b* PINE PRODUCT COMPANT lows . > the said I'.pondent. It Is Administrator- the estate of 'Wal..
.. after a Investigationof SEJ to.lt at a point One Hundred further .reler' published Sr., Daea.ed will, on
In compllamcwith Chapter fill. has ful made by the 3. B HOUlR ('a..lnnln. of, the Southeast turner .. f.eight con.eculive 1117 apply'to she
Btate.' of Florida 1'15. notice Is hereby V..t Honorable T. M Murphy, County JudgeIn
board with which same was filed and I'JARI FRAN of of Matthews weeks in the Klsslmmee Valley
given that an 4l"":tion WIll I.* >u'l 101 l atKlsslmmee. the said teacher has hewn acquitted FRAK Adell.BlokV' I !Klsslmmee Oasette a weekly newspaper publishedand and for said county, at his office In
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In Ksuhoit Hoard Dlstri.it ... West along Mabbett Street of general. circulation In the city Klsslmme In said county, at 10 o'clock: t,
Xo 1. Osola :O'lnly KlurUtx.* onSat. .n.rat4._.* Armri ll w- Seventy-two and > t.t. of Klsslmmee-county of Osceola. and a. m.. or as soon thereafter as the matter
,, 'daY. MMTch trd. A. D. 1(17 to ..!*.-Every guardian or other Articles of Iner *..** thence North One On.Ia(1"Seven State of Florida. Witness the Honorable can be heard, for authority to .l .

determine whether compulsory school person in the paretlt-if Vl"ri shall In ....I.. district .tte and One-half U%) fret, thence
prevail ( of
,attendance charge or n ehIM or children ourselves together for the purposeof I said and my name as Clerk reforming a former deed mad ,
and to decide whether the following between the of elicht and fjurlren a body politic and South One Hundred ani Hcrenty-flve .. COUI't the' seal of said CircuitCourt by sal d..elllnl.lrato. described
attendance al. b.romln. oorpl'at. (ill) feet to the hevlnning I
school provisions
compulsory h" enforced In said School >nm.. shall s shall n3a' that 'thefollowing on this the 1st day of Febru :
to t Board Districts vlilcrd. that fiom article of Incorporationshxirronstltut 1117.. An unellvldec .- la
North
.b..nc. (176) feet of the Southeast
such attendance by .uc'ch'ld amounting and b* th*. charter of corner of Block "W of H. A. Mat. J. L OVER8TRKBT NWM Section I In Township
CHAPTER m--LAWS OF 1118AN lo not more then tw.> -ineoccueRdabsences said corporation. "thews' Addition to the Town of Klsslmmee As Clerk Circui Court alor. al4 26 South Range 10

ACT I>IOVIUINOFOR COMPULSORY In fuur ..oi.sc.'utie terks. Article 1. The name of this oorporntlon City run thence North Two Hundred (CII'.ul Court Also the following lands situate In
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. THE shall not be unlawful; PrwIl.M. further hall he PINE (100) feet thence West Seventy- .0 OARRETT. said county EM of 8WU olSE' and
APPOINTMENT .OF ATTENDANCE that the principal '- tenchor In NARCOSSEl two and One-half (71%) f.et thence As Counsel for Complainants. 7-lt ,, SBVi of SEVt said Section the
OFFICERS PREBCRIBINQ TIIh.11IUTIES charvn of the school .may excuse any PRODUCT South Two Hundred ( and purpose of satisfying a mortgage executed
AND POWERS.Be child for temporary .'. HQCHUS of Article S. The prlnolpa place of thence East S.v..t-two.. and On.-tal -Cll'cult'COUl't forthe Seventh Judicial by R. D Libby. et ai I. to Walter'T
ab..nt"
It enacted by the Legislature. of j a storm or bad weather slvknesn <>r business of shall be In (1 tt) feet . of Circuit of of FloridaIn Bass Sr. on Ilrd March liOl.Which .
the State of Florida death In Its family, unforeseen or Un- the city of Narcoosaeer county of Osceola beginning. at a point One Hun and for Osceola County In Chan- application wil be based
Section /'Whenever one-fourth of ,avoidable accident. absences and state of Flol'lda but the dl' J.n Seventi.-one and One-half cery. F. A. Stroup and R 0. Frankford upon the petition for .uO.h sale now on
E..cl..d .
( the registered white voters of any and the. reason '. be reported hoard of establish (ITltt) feet North of the' Rout beast complainants Tom B file nI. Court. .
Special. Tax School District, School. to the Attendance Officer .. branch offices at other place from corner of Blork"\%' of II A., Matthews'Addition Andrews et .1. respondents.. Quiet Dated tnd Feb. A. D "IT.lENiY .
Board District -or of any county shall hereinafter ; Provided further time to time as may be desired. to the Town of K'..'*n. title. Order of publication. To all T. BASS ',

fllevwlth a County posrd of Public Instruction that In Povl'd protrsTcted Illnessof Article S. The period of this corporation City run West One Hundred (100)OnpeiJ feet whom It may o \ from T41. Administrator,
thence North Fifty-three and the sworn Hill of mIa filed In the
a written petition asking for any, child whose attendance Is required shall be perpetual. <

an election .'to be hold In such Special under this Act. or In case ofquarantine Article 4. The general nature of the
Tax School District Hi-hool Board district of the home In which such business of this corporation .hal be three and One-half BSVH feet to thy be a corporation locatedat to and done well, at the office of
or county to determine whethel'eornpul.ol' child resides, upon report of the Health to purchase hold. sell ' and place of beginning said deprrlned iccidbeing P.nn.ylvanl te
Pa. and that relief Is
'
'' school attendance shall Officer or upon certificate of any leneo real estate and mortgage and encumber embraced In lot one tI) of Block I..lad.lphl. Valley Guett
prevail In either of said districts, or legally qualified physician to this effect I the same, and to erect manage'care "W"'of ."I Mathe'w. Addition to th\ ...Iht Ih. said suit against the

the county. It shall be the duty of' the At.ndance Officer .hal' ex. for and maintain ..extend andalter Town of 1 will of respondent Hamilton as a trustee under th.
; Dlsston. deceased
the County Board of Publlo Instruction cuse from such thereon. To conduct a PURCHASER. :
gri37. .
4o order an election In either of he istully restored to health or until .. buldlna. ". agency and. commission ;IJWI9 Is therefore ord"l'.d t..t the Tacony .
districts' the county accordIng excluding Rneclnl In NavinI. Fund. Safe Title
aid or any quarantine the child business for others In the Chancery. Depo.l. 8
pur ..
as the petition may request' to from school has been. raised. chase, sale and management of real estate D.o 13th. llf. : >-tlIN of Phlaelelphla Pa. A
and the same Is be
to
decide whether the following compulsory 800. IS leaHyAny parent Cec others and the negotiation ft '
school attendance.provisions ..hal"b. < lull'dlan or other person In control of loans thereon to and sell for and appear to the Bil'of Complaint
enforced said Special Tax School violating ; pUlcha., STATE filed In this cause court aforesaid -
In children the provisions others personal stock bonds CIRCUIT COURT .
District. School Board District or of this Act shall be guilty of amisdemeanor FXOIIIUA on or before Monday, the Btll day .
and notes, and to negstlate loans thereon .1'
of'
March. A. D. 1017 ., the
.
eounty.See. and upon conviction by to and sell for other.: to act oth.rwl. ro.p1..
; said Bill of
>. The. County Board of Public any court of competent jurisdictionshall ful'aha.... of trust or mortgageson U. PeMerCsap1l Re** Complaint wil In duecourse
as '
of law be taken confessed
shall give notice of .. such be liable to flneof notices than .
Instrurtton a OLD
,, real or personal property or any *v- Petter Defs>*..<-*S.ve'.tb> Judicial against said respondent. 1* further
.lection by advertising the name for one dollarand not more than" threedollars I
Idenc of value to secure them and to Clrewlt ordered that this order be
published
In territory. If for each and .
four weeks a a newspaper every olen. .And for houses ':
but ifnone. failure refusal act as agents l.ttnl land. Chasiery 'nce a week for four consecutive
be published therein upon or to lIne and the collection . I iW BONESRUBBER
weeks the
Klsslmmee.
then In some published said parent or other Valley
.
newspaper gartlan. personIn of taxes To do a timberlandand
payment
.
\ In the county. control of shall b* Imprisoned general lumber business In all of I app.arinl by affidavit appended Oasette4 a weekly newspaper publishedand COPPER
In .the abovestatedcause of general circulation In the city
to
Sec. S. The electors In such elections not tp In the
.o..d thlry'day. thereof to purchase
the b.nche. ; that Rose R. I Potter, the defendant of Klsslmmee. county of Osoeola. and
must be registered a* county jail; fine for .
rrovld.d lease, option locate or otherwise acquire TIRES
therein ,named Is a nonre.l.dent.f State of Florida. Witness the Honorable
In the general law for 'r.1I' any first offense, may, upon paymentof exchange, sell or otherwisedisposeof BRA
for special elections and., .they"Shallhe costs, be suspended and not collected own mortgage, hypothcate *- the Sfate of Florida, and Is James W. Perkins. Judge of TUBES
pledge .
' the same qualifications\ J for and .,until th*.same person Is convicted and deal In .I lands timber lands, a. resident of 61 Couch Il'.t.. Platts- said' Cour and., my name. as Clerk
prerequisites to voting a. prescribed of a second offense; Provided further real estate water and water burg, State of New the the ..alof said ROPE SCRAP IRON
in elections held under the .general. that after the expiration of three days and to work explore, operate rlltl age of twenty-one rearsi It Is therefore Court,' at Klsslmmee, 0.1.01. County, '

lection. laws.Sec. from the time notice Is served by the velop the earn: to build, repair, ordered that said non.residentdefendant Florid.on this the 1t day Febru
election. shall be held Atendanci Officer, each and .I'.ct , . mi. ,
4 The evei'y daya maintain purchase acquire be and hereby required J. ENO'I TO us wEROiimonntrWnte
.and conducted In the manner. prescribed parent lual'dlaR. or other person own. .. sell, or otherwise to appear to the bill of complaintfiled A. Clerk L OVERSTREBT-Court aforesaid.
by law for holding general elections shall unlawfully keep dispose .chanl.. mills, saw mill In said causer on or'before Mon (Circuit Court Circui ;
4 except as provided In this Act. such child or children from school, or and of D. F.PcistPINJl
sites, to control maintain disposeof day the 6th day March.
UI. JOHNSTON GARRETT
A
all such elections shall be held alow it or them tremain out of eohool -
and \
the earn or any rights therMn' orthereunder otherwise the allegations -As Counsel. for Complainants. 7-4t
within sixty days from the filing. of the shall shall oon.ttut. a separate offense and and to manufacturewn, will be taken a confessed by said HOA(
petition.Sec. person to the penalties .of all lumber '
sell and
defendant.
dispose In Circuit Court for the Seventh Ju
of election shall above described.Sec. :: "
.
6. Inspectors In .14. The County Board of Publlo P 'I''I.I lumber products, I.. further ordered that.this or dicial Circuit of the State of Florida
and qualified cases
"be appointed as Instruction of logs and all and every. tUsorlptlon published, once a week for In and for Osceola County., In Chan-

of general elections ca.t and and make they due shallcanvass returns district of the any county county ha. wherein adopted any the ; to acquire and deal with four consecutive eeksIn the KIs- ..r"., F. ,A. Stroup and ,F.. A. Frankford -r -, -
the vote
and water rights to own, handle .,
water -
; simme Gazette. a newspaperpublished vs., B
of Public"of the Instruction same to the without County delay.Board compul.ory school Act. shall attendance have the provl powerto and control letters patent and inventions ! Val..y county-and state, ,i drews, ornrl.nant... Ton. title.Order FqR FEIXITRooms ,
and shares of Its own .
capita This ZIrd of 1 17.; of all whom It
day January.
The, County Hoard of Publlo Instruction appoint and fix the of ,
comp..naton stock and that of other corporations,
Attendance Officer J. L. OVERSTItEET. may concern "It apearlng from the unfurnished and
shall canvass the returns 'and declare and furi.he
the result and cause the same to remove. the same at will An 'Attendance and to vote any stock. owned by It the .4 . Clerk Circuit Court. sworn Bill of Complaint filed In the House unfurnished and
might do to
.. Officer may be appointed for same as a. natural person ; By 8. H. Deputy Clerk. above ..ntU..d cause that the respon- furiahe
one
be recorded, as, far applicable, as Issue debentures and BULK Also city
bonds notes
provided In the general law concerningelections. school or for a number of schools. In other .. of Indebtedness and sicure (Circuit S..a1 scribed persons It't.Hte: I In' of : trucking; prperie. lands for clr

the-dlscretlon Public of the and County Board be of the"Id.nc.payment tof the ..m. by KRIBBS 4k t- ,iSolicitor scrbled .. of .l I'ant cslPl .l

Sec 8. The ballot used In such elections In.trueton. of may supervisor mortgage, deed of trust, or otherwise; for' Comptal ant C-4t said case other than respondents -
school
shall, b* plain whit paper and suitable person tru.t.who will a discharge orany th* to act as agent, tl'u.te. broker' ->r, In as named. therein and that THE [ REALTY

printed there, "For. Compulsory SchoolAttendance duties of the position and the County any other fiduciary capacity, 'and to NOTICE) TO CREDITORS the names of such other persons so Interested flT PAOR

( ," and "Against" Compulsory Board may assign an Officer borrow and loan money.Art . . are unknown to complainants.and '

School Attendance. so arranged that such other duties At.ndano d..m.eI tele 6. ,The amount of the" capital !_ Cmrt *f Ibe C....y Jsdir*. Oeee. there. also app..al'ln.. to be certain
voter his as In 207 Baas St. N. KUslmme
the may express. Chlki. advisable. stock of this corporation sKall hoTen named Bill whose cor.
.. Back
eta State f F1.Hd.In
Cnty *
the Australian ballot by across baptismal names and Initials Two blocks north
Sec. 16. It shall be the duty of every Thousand 1>ollar.dividei"iuitn one are not chnrcju
mark to the left of one or the nt One given because they are unknown 'andthat
Attendance Officer to take an ..ocurat.c.n.u. hundred shares u.
other of the two lines.See pal" B'Estate *f Sarah f. ,Addle. / 'relief Is In
of every child between the ages Hundred Dollars saM capital prayed the said Bill of
7. Should three-fifths of the of six and twenty-one years In his district stock may b*each for ih property .. Complaint against the said unknown ......... .. ......... ....
votes legally cast at any such election In the month of Tnne In each and labor or, services at a Just valuation lob To Al Credltor.L.at.e.' DI.trba- r .pond.nt. It Is therefore ordered
.
"be For Compulsory School Attend.ance. every year on blanks furnished by the fixed. by the Incorportator .at a _i Carr. _i aandIIn -
.". then the compulsory school attendance State Superintendent. of Public Instruction meeting called for that purrf .. or- Demands Against Bald Estate: i Knowles, Stack wife of PINEOLA ,

laws hereinafter prescribed. He shall make three neat and Edmund F.. Steck; and all parties '
-.hall be In force In such territory for legible copies of this census roll which Artcl.'S.. The business conducted) this cor' You. and, each of youT aI? hereby claiming Interests In the lands In the

:TlKtwo years, or forever thereafter until shall give the name sex. date of birth. .h.1 be by a notified and 'I'etlulr..d. to present any Bil of Complaint In the above styled '
another such election Is held In compliance the name of the parent or guardian Board of lr.cor. of not /ess thaa claims and .rnd. .hlcl you, 01'elth.r described under any of the following GROUND LIMESTONE ,
with the f*..*.K...in/ provision, three nor seven/ Torn
of .In.t B
. with the postofflc* of every 'child and I you, may the parUe. B Andr.w.
and If three-fifths or more of th.. ...t"+s any additional, Information demanded. Article 7., The annual Dfeettng bt the estate of Sarah J. Addle Booth S

' hall be cast "Against Compulsory One copy of this census shall be filed ,stockholders shall be ..toeld at the principal of Osceola county 0..0.lat. nl* P. Hammar Benjamin E, Hammer /. Parent, 'and

'School Attendance," then school attendance -:' with the State Superintendent of Pub office of thaxeorporatlon on the the undersigned Fol'lda of Blair Burw.11 Jr. Blair Bll're" Jr.. /.f.

shall not b* compulsory In said lie In.tructlo. one copy with he second Monday 11 January of each said estate, within two years from Co.. .

'territory until otherwise determinedby Supl'lnt.nd.t. of Publlo year.. ,/ the date hereof. Carr Samuel T. Carr, Fanny 3. Carr STATE CHEMISTS .
an election held In. pursuance of day of July Article i. /fthe stockholders of this Dated A. D. Charles Oodolphln Bennett William AALYSI .
-this Act; Provided that when any such In each and every year and, n. copy corporation stall at the first meetingor .a.lary 20tl. . 11' Henry Bennett William H. Hollls. and Carbonate of .Us $ *
.election I I. h.ld'n a whole- countycompulsory be preserved for his and thereafter possible adqpt AGNlf the following trustees under the will O .
.hal own use a* soon as _.____, percent .
school attendance shall benforced .hal furnish the .principal of each the necessary) by-laws for the ..o".ra.m.lt -I of Hamilton Dlsston, deceased. Henry Xota 20 '

In.any School Board District his Jurisdiction with a of the .corporation.Article DI..to. Edmund F. Steck"l'aconp' S..____...___. t.t .
or districts of said county, wherein athr.eItfths list of the name of children due t* of Indebtedness j4oT.icn FOR Jund Safe D.po.l. Title .
"the .
-
PI.LCA.OJr.I. .
vote was east "For, Compulsory attend the school of which .the principal hl.h..t'amount Trust of -
I School Attendance"..though a I* In charge, and the Oounty Oct.) labity b subJect this Iaterfr and the folow'n. Phlld.lphl.p.l'an.. p. We .U DIRECT t* fanners ., '

three-fifths vote of a county; aawhole Board of Public Instruction shall ascertain corporation tlm..* : V. Lead She, beth E. . "Sandlin A Knowles." andothergrow.zsndygoun4 *
Thousand .
b* Ih the sum .
,was cast Against Compulsory School .
.h.1 .
without eharsr the number_H" -, of I..s. 1 1T -i Sandlln. Knowlee* timeton. .
Attendanc\\cr.-lf.edhe also that when pupils contained In saM lists 11a. NOTICE) Is hereby given that Charles Steck. wife of Edmund F. "If any ,
any such. In a whole Bee. 1C The Attendance Officer shall Until the first election of O. Hardy of Lokosee. Florida, who on of s&ld parties are .. .St.el clalralng Its analysis is HIGHER t* .

county, compulsory school attendance serve a written or notice, or officers the, business of this corporation i Jane 17. Itlt.' made Homestead* Entry, intsreet. 4. any of Masoa-Dlxoa .. .
tb..I.L
n hall not b* enforced In' any School partly and prlntt printed notice shall be conducted by the folow-I No. 01190$. for 814 of Lots-tVastd. r Sec. Un. Interest auU' at
Board District or' districts of said wrll"n guardian .(, ing named perlon .: J. B .. '] 14. and Lot 1 and Nit otLet.Lot,8ee. tfcareiBwKthw-, ..c.be ,; In our wareKouse ,

'e' ounty wherein a majority vote was other person p.r.nt cont..1 of tt i huo .J. Frank a..eI.W. H., F.nk I tlon XI. Township II B.; Rang $.. the folo.ln. de..rbc p-prlrba p"r""I. several hundred tons of ground .. '

cast Against Compulsory School Attendance. or children violating ofthis Article 11. Th. nalae* and residencesof Tallahassee Meridian has filed notc All ) DRY w,
). ." though the majority vote of Act and prompt co"pl.n. on the the subscribers toxthese arlel..* of of Intention to make Three-year tr: South of the :un'Ira" and .Umatnwbd assure
. the county as a whole was cast "For par.t of the ." tOIf..th. \ "m-i to establlshalalm to the land above d..cl'lb4 .- all part of Section ($1) prompt '

Compulsory School Attendance." person shall par.nt . If any 1 .t..I parent Incl'pratlo.of the capital stock subscribed I before Clerk Circuit Court at North of the except .. Wo will SAVE you the 'middleman's *

See (. The County Board of Public guardian or other person ui>on by each set oppoeU his Dame .... Florida, on the ni dy of Seventy-five (() aar..a Ro or 'p profit and Kir* yon absolutely -..
Instruction of county In which acompulsory whom such notice Is served.fails to ar. -. X II March,' .n' less, bounded the 'Westbank the .
&folo' atn.he ontbemark.t
school attendance electionhas comply with the law within three days lqo.of Caimant names. as witnesses: of the South by the b llt
been held and three-fifths of the then It shall b* the duty of e ResidenceShares I .. Lokosee. "Ior'ela' County Road on the East by.the East 4>
votes legally cast at such election In a th.ret..I.r. Officer upon the reo.m4mendatlon J. Owens of Lokosee. line of said Section Thlrty-on (11). Our new machinery g *
...
. 'Special Tax School District. School ro. Hou..rl Nal'co. FlaXr"4 O. H. Durfee of Lokosee Florid -
of the Board of Publlo Instruction and Oif'(1I. North by the water1 edge tho finest ground
Board District or In the whole county to prosecute forthwith such- all J. Frank..Na.ooo.Fla-.T) . I R. C. If or* (. Lokosee. FlerMsu. .f Fish Lake: also excepting the Rightof UmoD

was For Compulsory School''Attend. name state x6f . Frank Nal'o. 'la.IIN ROBT. W, DAVIS. Way of the Railroad as It passes PiMola

.nee,* shall at the first regular meetIng :: .nbf.. oJu.\'i:. ofxihe WHBHTBOF. w* b e I-It Register.FOR .. through said lands, said lands lying In Lie ComP ,.
thereafter publish that the following : hereunto set our this JOtn da 4
.ullr., of Any oounty, hand. ; Osceola County Fla. do appear to the OFFICE
compulsory school attendance town (district the of .anuar.A D. lil.. dlCR PPBllCATIOHta complainants Bill oi Complaint herein '- ,
. laws -will b* In full force and effectthirty ed resides.0. All fines collected .laal O."Ct b. J. ,. -- filed on or before Monday the 7th day Bnlldinr, Orlando, Fla. C'.
D..HOUSER _.
days thereafter In the Special turned over to the custodian the Dep.rt.sI.ftbe, Ta* School District. School Board District County School Fund and 'may' be vsud IAR. FRANK the said Bill of Complaint will betaken raI &U 3
01' In the county as may, havebeen by the County Board -cf Public In. FRANK .JLmmM OfBre at 0.1..e as confessed. by said unknownparties. ,,... .. ..o.p .. .....

,dett.rmln..d by the said election. structlon for the enforcement. of tills 0.._.37, F It I. further ordered that this
See. S. Every' parent guardian or Act or for other purposes. STATE OF FLRfDCOUNTY order be published once a week for 11
,. person In charge or control of a child See. 17. The Attendance Officer shall OF NOTICE Is hereby given that Samuel consecutive weeks In' the' KlsslmmeeValley

or children between'the age of Hunt have the right to visit and enter any On this 10th day of January Sa A. D. M. Clark., of Longhman. Florida who, Oasette.. a weekly newspaper
and fourteen year and residing withina office, factory or business house employing before O. on October 10, 11'1. . published and of general circulation
1917 Wi King, a notaryI
Special Tax School District a SchoolBoard youth for the purpose. of enforcing ]I public me J. B. Entry No. fllllll, for BWI of BS'A, (nth. County of Osceola and
personally,
.
District, or a county advertised the prn< <,'nns of this A"1 !I Tr- EARL J. FRANK appeared and W. H. Section 20. Township ., Range 17 State of Florida. Witness the Honorable -
.. under the following compulsory when dopbt e..llt. 'as to the age of a } UFR known to be. the K, Tallahassee. Meridian has filed no- .. W. Perkins as Judge of HW5 1
me. per.
.am.
school attendance provisions shall child he may require a properly attested ..'RANK .. In and who executed the tice o-f Intention to make ..Three-year. said and my name as Clerk '
cause such child or children to 'attendI birth certificate or affidavit as totbeage Instrument land acknowledged Proof to establish claim tq the land thereof and the official seal of the '

, regularly the public school of the district of any child. foregoing the execution. thereof to be their- above described before C..rk Circuit said Circuit Csurt, at. Klsnlmmee, ,Os-
In which the child or children reside Sec. 18, Every Attendance Court at Klsslmmee. the reola County. Florida, on this the 1st
Otnc..j free act and deed for the uses and purposes Florida "
not less than eighty days of each
.h..1 keep.n accurate record therein mentioned.IN 16th day of March day of February, A. D. Ill?.
year. between the ages of eight and served all .oases prosecuted.and Claimant names as witnesses: J. L. OVERSTREET. '
fourteen years of each child! the periodof I all other1 services I performed, and WITNESS WHEREOF. I have I). O. Hancock of Luahmln. Fla. As Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid. ESPECIALLY'[
compulsory attendance shall commence shall maa an annual report of the I hereunto set my hand and affixed my A. J Clltes of Lughm.n. (Circuit Court Seal) ADAPTED
wltlrthe tlglnnlnl of the. schoolS same County Board of Public Instruction 'seal, this the day 'and, year above writ J. W. Campbell Fla. JOHNSJON & GARRETT'S
f.m. ......i >n hl..h..v f' ten. F. Lulhmln. "
on blanks furnished by the Fla AS Counsel for ComplaCnant. 1.UtNOI J 1
; i' 'hiid'.n4 shall cover a period of State ,Superintendent of Publlo!. Instruction (Seal) W O. KINO N. P. RPBT, W. DAVIS. For Your A

six years thereal..r. exceptas in the manner required 7-Et Register.NOTICH .
'
Notary Public State of My ( ) FOIt FUpLICATIOMDepaHsseat '
: .
hereinafter . i .. Florlel. '
and oftener when demanded by the _
9
commission Aug
expires ,
Sec. 10. Continuous .attendance upon 197. 1-4 .
County Board. .
,
some other school public. or shall FOR PCBIICATOJ of ..Interior State'
frlvate. Sec. 19 It be the duty of al'prln.lpal. NOTICE OV APPLICATION FOR TAT .
church. for eighty days 0 Y.al'dUl'lnl .
,the ages of eight and fourteen and teachers to co-operat. liKEN ITlfnRR NKITIOV BT4 ANI> Department of tab laterierV. V, 9. I.asd Olfce.t Oslsravllle, .
with Attendance
the Officer
the *
en.forcemen < JR\KIIAI STATUTES THE)
B7R. 3T. 1K1T. .
be In -
child may atc..pt.d l.uof cf this law To this end It BTATH OK I
FLO.lIA.NOTICI'J f Laad Offle a* GitlnrsTllle.. Fla.
atendance upon shall be 1h. duty of the principI' or NOTICE Is that
hereby CharlesH.
Provld.d. further, that any private teacher charge of ev.rV school. In Is hereby given that NATH- Jsanary 37 1HT. Padgett, of Ilv..n. Florida who,
'
"' for Instruction
'or receiving the of- which pupils between tl\. ages of eight AN POKTER purchaser of Tax Certificates NOTICE I. hereby given that Blhue on January 2K. 1(11, made Homestead t
pupils between ages
.
and fourteen years are Instructed Ho No. 1130 and 1265 datel the 7th doodmnn off Eva, Florida, Entry Ito. for Lots 5.' 8, Section
eight and ], shall who on May 086. '
years keep ''
such r4eo"d rourt..n of of said childor k..p an accurate record of the attendance day of July A. D 1911 saidcertificates 16. 1911 made Homestead Entry No. 2B, and Lt Section 16 Township C Our Instructir* 'Catalog
at.ndanc. of all pupils to render weekly reports In my office and has madeapplication for KM of MEU II S., 14 E, ... Meridian ..
such E% of n.nR'
children reports 015. Talah..
of thC same as are hereinafterrequired County to Superintendent the Attendance Officer Publlo and, InstructIon the '' accordance to for law.Tax. Deed to Issue In 2, Township 25 ane. n.nlf. fE'., . notice to and Weekly Price List t
Tallahassee make Five-year Proof to establish
of teachers of public schools; of all pupl.'lmp..rle.t In attendance i Said Certificates embrace the follow. of :"l'ldlln. fll.d notice claim to the land above before
'
otherwise the attendance upon any such .... excused Ing described lying and make Five-year d.aclbd. '
landl. Clerk '
b.lnl Circuit '
private or church school refusing or and unexcused. and In the case of ; Itgatn! In County Pl'oof.-o..tahlllh claim to the land KI"lm SEND FOR
tlte mee Florida on the 16th of March :
day ,
neglecting keep such records and to an excused absence to state the reason I Ifor Florida to.wlt: I e.rlbed. before Clerk Circuit -

make such reports shall not be'accepted which the pupil was excused Lots Seven-. (7> of Block IS. of Jlary. Court, Florida on the Ib lmant.nam... witnesses l ? rHEMTODAYEAFN3LIIJQ.
In lieu attendance upon a public be and Lot Two of Block 16th day of March ( as : ,
of Sec. 20 It shall the duty of the ala (2) ; .
achooL Board Clalmnnt names as witnesses: J. B Owens of Lokosee, Fla.O .. ;11
i County ofPubllo of
... lesis--This" Act shall In.tl'uoton Marydl. John fttewnrt of Loughnaan W. Fertle of Lokosee, Fla
800. II. K sap I each county to cause be land beln.a."e..d In the "' .
Fia. Noah Smith of Fla
not apply In any case In which the separate and distinct from name.' of at the John H Stewart of Eva. Lko.e.
mental conditions publ.h..d. date of Issuance David W. Bridges of Fla. K. E Wili. of Fla ;
chlel'l physical or of the Acts of the Leg of said Certificate.. Eva .
< by any competent physician islature In full In some newspaper Unless said certificate shall be re Walter W. .Brlg..a of Eva Fla. ROBT. 'W nAVIs t

before any court having jurisdictionunder published In the 'count)'.,.If there be deemed according to law, Tax Deed ?. 7-It JACKSONViLLE FLA,
this Act renders Its attendance one and If there be none, then to distribute will Issue thereon on the >4th day of 7-&t Register.In NOT1CU I'UBLllATIUM ?_ .
Impractcabl. or Inexpedient or In any and srlve It the widest circulation February A. D. In7. For

.4.. the child resides more In the form of a circular at least Witness my hand and offlclal Circuit Court for the Seventh Ju.dlolal .. .
traveled this the ISth day of .eal Depart.stettbe .r... o ..o... ...o..o.. it-
nearest
than .two miles by the' four weeks prior to the opening of the .anuay. A Circuit of the State of Florida .
rout from ,the school house; and schools for the school year. beginning U1. \ In and for Osceola -
\ County.' In Chancery. .
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transportation Is not provided; or In July 1, 15and> annually, thereafter I -' J'I.. OVERSTRBT.. I I F. A. Stroup and D. Frank- V. .L. O..t .G..rl.. 11.
Jsnury
any case of extreme poverty. In which In theJrullscretlon It be necessary. C.rk Croul Court. Osceola County. fordford. complainants. ,'I Tom., B. ,
services- of. such child are n.o..- ZI7 All Florida C W GRIFFIN i iSUpla
e Sea laws and parts of laws Andrews, To all NOTICE I. hereby given that OstlneR.
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support or the supportof In conflict with the provisions def.ndJllt. ,
ry forits own of this. whom It &l'ln. by Beebe, nee Padgett, of ''Lokosee
Its parents.as attested by the affidavit Act are hereby repealed.See. the sworn Bill of Complaint filed In the who"onJiprti1IIllmade
of Its parent or par.nt.and of 22' This Act shall take '.<<..t .TOCKHOLER', JEIIJG above cause the Florida No.' 01411 .
Entry for SWtt '
. such wlnesse. as,the Offi Immediately upon Its passage approval dents ..nttl.eI. ... that are r..p.- of Section 14, Township 11 B.. 14B .UK! Fa a' "
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paran.
C e.r -m.y require. ; or In any east inwhich by the Governor., Annual meeting of' the Stockholdersof whose r..ld.nc. and agesj 'n- ., '.lab.e. Meridian ba)Banc. ''* .
said pr.nt guardian or other Approve June S, 116. The Quality Store Inc.. will b* held known. relief I. sought In the tie* to FiveyearProof *
person ohar..r control of a folo..ln. are appointed' act at their office at 10 o'clock In the fore said suit against tb..I' It i. therefore to establish to -th* land
child. shall any magistrate at. said ; . Monday* February ith. 1 1T. for ordered that Andrews, & above described c'a11 Clerk G HFrae
by afndavlt : himself and of .J. M. Gardner; H. N. BrattorT and J. rn election of officers and Booth, Benjamin Elliott Hammar. a..- Court," at ... _. Croul O.CERIE
Itch witness a* Attendance Of ft.ccc W. Lilly Inspectors; and A. E"ho. the frnUon of any other business nle P. Hammar. Benjamin H. Hammer Utb day i PorI4.
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may reaslr* that the child Is without Clerk, that may. come before the meeting. Blair Bnrwell. \.. Blair BurrelL Jr. of-W.ral witnesses:. I '
.le..ar books and elot. for Dons' by order of the Board of PublicInstrucUos. I.It H. J COLE. Secretary V.u..hl Cr* CoVaughn*--. J. B. Owens of Lokosee. Fla.O D :
and that parent this the had day of' De- T. J. t
', Carr. Fanny Carr, > W. Fertle of Lokoeee
Cr. ,
la ,unable-to provide the n.ca camber. A. D. me. .OC or ,araotAi. AJ'r'g'! Cbal'l.Oodolphln Noah Smith of Lokoeee. Fi 'w ofUxiOty' / Jf '
Bnn.t. WIW .
1books and cloning; Provided, W. BASS, Chalrmaa. -
/ C of Lokosee. Fla.ROUT. .
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that when Attest C. B.
books and clothing prOI4a YOWEL the uader will W DAVIS.
through, ,or TJadsr and by virtue or f Baal dsor of Hamilton Dlaston tb. '
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XCI-t-,ng R aces A splendid string of Fast Horses assured

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Cattle of" Every "'Breed, Sheep and 'Swine from 'the.'Finest 1 1Choice Varieties. I 4

I b- Farm and Garden. Products, Fine, Display of Citrus Fruits, Growing: Plants -

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yr;' HOMECOMING DAY '. ST. CLOUD AND EDUCATIONAL', DAY t.
>'Jr;' :l t Prominent former residents the County will be present Interesting Program for the Old Soldiers. Special School r .
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j1' Will open the season at Kissimmee. on the Fair Grounds, and will show_during the entire week.- Entirely.. new attractions I'j' "
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Trains between Kissimmee and Narcoossee_ on "St:Cloud and. Educational Day"Friday, Feb. 16 ,;:
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Tampa, Trilby and intermediate points,, to Kissimmee and return on February 13th to I7th,: :,,, ,
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