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 16, 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: VID00790
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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t Provides II ... STREET' SCENE ON KISSIMMEE'S BROADWAY .. I I Florida's Governor f

.Fun for Visitors.:' i Honored Guest
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5 and Entertainment, .. Hon. Sidney J. Caff Here To

Sum Up, the Many Attraction Assist in Making Festival

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.Opening.In. avertable 'blaze of Governor Sidney' J. Catts Florida's

glory, with the blare of band music ... chief executive, hts honored Kissimmee
and millions of noises that aren't arf U<. Oseeola.County: Fair with

>music; with great street pageants and his presence, arriving In' the city yes*

.processions; beautiful decorations-' terday morning rather unexpected{
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. ,"''"lfiags and bunting flying\ from the fact, came In'so quietly; that his presence >'

i' 'many':' business houses and homes was not )known for a little while'
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'alike, waving a hearty welcome to all lrfwA' after .lie took up his abode at beManhattlnr1tobl. '
the visitors within our gates; with circuses -.- ; .. The"honored 'cult<'."it : .

and sideshows, the fortune tellers was expected to 'arrive last fright;"and' ;

; peanuts and popcorn.red lemonade ( arrangements had been made for a big
and balloons and,tin horns, the -L- at the depot In which the 5
'man on the corner" with sizzling' ; leading' men of the county were ]Jo:
l oJ sandwiches,"scores of pretty girls d1i i take part upon Governor Catts' arrival -
gayly chattering among tha merrymakers g- It having been announced that the
armed with confetti, and : most prominent of.all Fair visitorswas
.cores of other-carnfral "weapons" ;4pq unable-to get. here. before that
everybody visitors and "regulars" I time._ ,
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alike-keyed up to the highest point' i The presence. of Governor Catta Ibon
festive gaiety the first Osceola County I became known, however, and CoL
a' Fair was noisily and appropriately I. '., Lewis O'Bryan, Attorney, Milton
ushered In last Wednesday morning Pledger and others called upon the
to continue until late Saturday night. chief executive, and it was only a few
The city filled to capacity with -visitors minutes before scores of the visitor's
'from all sections of the state and friends were about him, extending a
'from other states presented a most hearty welcome. County and city officials -
i v lively scene on the opening day of the .. were soon on hand and together-
''great festive event., Addod to these ---: with many old friends, the Governor '
there are now scores of additional strolled down Broadway to receive an
i pleasure-seekers, who hare_arrived Osceola County Livestock Exhibit Biggest i ovation on'every hand. lIe had a wordof
and are still coming in on each train, welcome for all, given in the quiet
al anxious to participate in the Intere.Une and Sincere manner characteristic of
exerel.ea,'to witness the splendid.exhibits :- the man. '
arranged for their pleasure 'Display of Kind Ever Seen, in ,This SectionAny During the.entire day tie.Governorwas
and edification. The task of com": the recipient of much attention
petently caring for the visitors was II'' '. . being taken to the several points of interest .
no small one, indeed and judging one visiting the Osceola County for the ; fencing of ranges tot Many fine'displays- have been ins da Shorthorn-for which he is finding made a visit to the Oseeola
''from the many expressions of satisfaction Fair and seeing the display of livestock pasture'he3f.I.h\g crops and fattening byindividuals! ,'which bring' forth admiration ready sale. Among this bunch he has interested Fair grounds. In. which he was much
heard on every hand, all are will not for one minute deny the the has done wonders,for 'bull weighing 1,900 pounds. he and informed the commit'
well pleased with their'reception,..accommodations fact that,this.section is renowned for the stock Profits have been vastly and establishes a reputationfor In the matter of swine the display is tee that would make an address
and entertainment. its cattle\ raising and that Florida increased by careful breeding. This the entrants as cattle raisers. as complete as that of cattle fine from the However during'the aft'
.Scores of citizens"are acting the capacity should, and can, compete with any of is strongly pointed out by the exhibits Prominent among those are Pat Johnston specimens of the best porkers being emoon. as it had been publicly ...,'
of "guides, the great commer the states as a livestock producing: of livestock made. I. M. Lanier Dr. W. W Carson; shown by the. Brownspoint Stock announced that Governor Catts .
cial bodies of Kissimmce have com.rolttees country, The displays made are complete The main exhibit: Is that offered! by Carson Cattle Co., A. F..Bass Edge- Farm, Pat Johnston, C. H. Funk W. would not be In.the city until Friday,
at work to look after the in every detail showing the im water Farms Co., C. C.,,Harris-Amonf'' B. Makinson. Dr. W.'W. Carson, Mrs. he was asked to defer until that time.
'.stranger's comforts rest rooms are of Aberdeen Angus' Osceola County consisting: of about these Pat Johnston has entered thirty C..A. Carson Carson Cattle Co. Geo. The distinguished guest stated that he
established, in fact, every detail has Hereford, Poll Durham, India Brahma 180 head, the pens In which the stock -lIve head of fine cattle, and he Sullivan, C. H. Funk, C. C. darris.{ would be compelled to leave the city
been looked after from the very start, etc, and emphasis fact that it is are arranged being atf placed. as to points with pride to a Hereford bull Edgewater Farms Co. A. E. Thomas Thursday night but later assuredthose
and is being taken care of to the finish altogether feasible and .profitable to give the public 'the best opportunity tipping the scale at 1800. He. also and B. Dickinson.' Two hundred swine in charge of the'Fair'programthat
so that the city' reputation for raise pure-bred cattle'to supply the for.thorough inspection. This display shows a Poll Angus Bull 'weighing of the best varieties embrace the exhibit he would change his plans/remain
hospitality will have been so estahlish- demand that is apparent for blooded is in direct.charge of County Demonstrator 1,400, and several others at from 900 1 composed of Berkshire, Poland here during Friday- and. make ,
ed at the end of the festive season, and that there is certainly! no Evans'who is ably assisted by to 1,000 and exhibits calves of Poll i China, Chester White Duroc-Jersey; his address then during the previously.
. "J that all will return next year to see .tockl In cattle raising in '.this, section Pat Johnston, one of'' the, prominent Angus crosed with,scrub cow, whichare I Tamworth and Smallbone Gineas. An instead of afternoon, ,as . ,
: even a greater and more comprehen if the stock are immune from tick stockmen of the county, and who is a marvel, not quite year old, just I interesting sight is a Tamworth sow, given out. "
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sive Fair. Ths.latchstringo of welcome l- fever. This county has long enjoyedthe also one of the Fair directors. The taken off the range, weighing' 860 to I from the BrownspointStock Farm To representative of the Gazette,
are apparent on every door, and distinction of being the premier breeds embraced in the county exhibit : 460,pounds K. McPherson, of the, weighing 600 pounds and sucklingseven the Governor stated that he was Indeed
'f all our guests are made to feel strictly cattle raising section of Florida, and' are the Jersey, Shorthorn, Aber- Edgewater'Farms has probably, the, fine little pigs. There Is a fine glad to pay Kissimmee a visit, f
at home; made to realize that while the display that is made at the present deen Angus Hereford, India Brahma best exhibit of Shorthorn cattle-nine display of Berkshires, mostly owned as it looked like home, he having: been
they may be many miles away from Fair proves it as such. and Pod Durham. It is said uy head; two white-faced Hereford by Messrs. Funk, Dickinson and Johnston here on many previnos occasions, and
... their own homes and old friends they Right here it might be said, with- those who know, that nowhere in the yearlings, and seven Poll Angus. I. the latter having on exhibit the that this place was somewhat hi."headquarters" f
come to a section of the country out leaving the main subject, that the state has ever such a complete display ,M. Lamer is proudly exhibiting a only Cheater White and Poland China. during the campaign;
where dwell the most hospitable pea success attained along this line is because of livestock been made and that big Shorthorn bull seventeen months A carload of Red Jersey hogs attracted that he' had hosts of warm friends in i
ple on earth--and new friends. the raising and shipping pf stock the showing is far more comprehensive old, weighing 900 pounds which is a attention at the opening of the ex- every.section of'Osceola county whom'
Appreciating the importance of tho from Osceola county is in the handsof than.our own peoplewere awareof. truly while there are hibits. These were, brought in from he was glad to greet and welcome '
event the railroads have offered extremely progressive business men, whose Of the ,,130 head shown about other interesting' exhibits along this abroad and offered for sale, and prac again., lie complimented :the enterprise .. '
low rates to" Kisslmmoe' from experience in the handling of stock one-half are Poll Angus, twenty-five I. line several carloads of tine Alabama tically"all the porkers were disposedof and public spiritedness of the '
the surrounding sections of the coun has been hande down to them through are Jerseys, twenty-five. Shorthorns,: cattle'being brought to the Fair for for breeding purposes in this coun citizens In getting up the great Fair;'
try. Special arrangements were madeto generations. New methods of caring with a sprinkling of the other breeds.. : sale by a Mr. Cobb-Angus and ty. hoping that this would prove to be a
transport the crowds fromthe city _. . . .. ._. ._ _._ _.. .. _______u. _ tremendous success as It deserves, and M
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to the Fair" grounds, which are some that it would be a.permanent under.
distance from the main sections of the taking..Asked about matter of state.f
city. Fifteen trains daily operate Elaborate Citrus Fruit and Closing Day Events to Bl the Governor said there was very lit. ;

both ways, and the fare was placedat tie to say, except that everybody at +,
such a moderate rate as makes the Capital wes kept more than busy,
this service appreciable not only by Truck Displays Wonderand'Admiration Most, Elaborate of the and that much close attention was
our own citizens but by all who are -. -' .. now'required.preparing for the next.
here for the great occasion. Aside session of the Legislature.Last .
from this the transportation companies of All .Entire Festival Season I night a reception was tendered
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have rates .. the Governor at the home of and
grntedspecial on certain CoL.
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., days neighboring towns which at.
F as '- ruWuuLruuLrLn.ruwuJuBI -. ,/'; .0'Bryall, was
well, and all are giving a high-class v tended by hundreds. of friends and admirers
.service. Auto bus lines are operatingalso EVIDENCE QF SMALL_DAMAGE; MANY ,INTERESTING;, ..FEATURESADDED. : of the chief executive. >
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the station being at the head- ....:... .
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BY GROWERS
quarters of the Chamber of Commerceon SUFFERED ON HAND SATURDAY 10 GET THAT $850 TO PROGRAM TO
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Broadway. THIS COMMUNITY MAKE; FAIR BRILLIANT DECORATED AUTO PARADE
The Fair in itself leto in ,
4 every detail, with the possible ex.cep. --J,, ,I DODGE!: AUTOMOBILE .. .- INITIAL NUMBER. OF PROGRAM.
tion of the exhibits of truck and fruit ,
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citrus .
To the fine of fruit Tomorrow
.:. on account of'th. recent freeze. which see array 1 (Saturday) is the last t '
.visited this section. Still at the same and 'vegetables shown at the Osceola -,- { day i ; of' the Osceola County Fair,,' Gay with the flutter of countless
time, the display in this line that is County Fair one would never think. and everyone should take a day off,,, flags and stirring music by the home

madeshows that this section''of the that'this section had been viaited'by i THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE; YOU HAVE,THE SAME CHANCEAS and hie themselves to' the ground band the first, the Osceola city of County Kissimmee Fair Wednesday opened
state was probably more fortunate a freeze a short while ago. In the prepared to have a good time and assist ,
morning.
than some others. In every depart. main exhibit building where are housed -i THE OTHER FELLOW TO GET THE "FLIVVER." NO In making the closing event th Quite unusualwith first day at .1
ment and feature, the .combined fair attractive displays of kind, t
every biggest day of the eotiie festival readiness i iI
fairs
'in
everything
county ,
+c a and carnival has so far proved most one is easily drawn toward the coun - STRINGS TIED TO THE OFFER. GET A SOc son.., I 'The buildings were complete'fe ''f','ji
successful (barring minor details of its citrus :
some ty's showing products, so I patronage that has been accorded
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exhibits in the .
attrae-
v which will be noted.for future artistically arranged and,completely I TICKET were place "/
GENERAL ADMISSION AND BE exposition there will be extra numbers Lions were waiting with open doors,; J.t
occasions of this'kind) and will In- in order to that this '
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prove on the and .
program many"stunts" and the horses, of which this section
sure even a greater show and a bigger county Is not to be overlooked as a citrus ON THE SAFE SIDEr will be pulled off! which art Is Justly proud were -impatiently, (\:
sucess for those that will follow, from producing section-one of the foremost not on the regular list of'entertain
wafting their turn to uponthe' ;
.the point of uniqueness and brilliancy.All in the"state -Florida..' Orangesof ment and amusement, appear f!-
track. Even the weather was anspietlous .
ractlons of the county are represented 'every variety, grapefruits lemons, In the morning there will be a band and *i brilliant Florida sun shoed \
".i and some from other counties and even the little kumquata form a SATURDAY the fine $850 Dodge Automobile ,will be given concert by the Kissimmee City Band, In a cloudless sky, while cool breezes
whilethe show of poultry' and birdsunder'the picture pleasing to"the eye, and tell and much lnterest'will be centered in stirred the leaves of' the neighboring 1.1 k
auspices of the .American the story of the Industry, which still aw.yat.the: Fair grounds.: The auto is one of'the'latest 'D\ocW. just the awarding of premiums on hone oak trees and whispered. III the stately - .
44. Poultry Association, is attractingmore remain a most important one. Then and cattle the track. .There will be
on .
than attention IrDth! factory, ha all the latest appliances-electric lighting, self- pines. r.
general being there is sugarcane; showing o&timber, baseball game-* real game la assured . Every ODe was surprised and' delighted ,.
jt.. one of"the best and most comprehensive turpentine and other industries. starting and just the machine that you have been wanting for so longa -to. interest the crowds, to say with,the fair and expressions
exhibits that, have been'mad.the re- This exhibitis IA charge of, Bv E. time. Get into the running Attend the Fair tomorrow... Get 50c nothing of the splendid card for the I of commendation were heard on
i'. ,.cently. The carnival features Evans, county' 1 demonstration agent, a gen races on the speedway which baa been I hand' from' tourists and home
.shows, ate- are more superior than assisted by at number of growers, who eral admission ticket, and'you: will hive the same opportunity as the made for this special dosing event,, alike. . ..
those 'Shown in the past the display pleasingly tell the interested visitorto ,
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during afternoon.-
breed other fellow' be the lucky-once You are going to the Fair, surely, on Opening the program was the deeV;
F' of choice cattle of every sheep this display all that they desire to Then, again, remember that the fins I orated auto which
parade started
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and ..'sine. from the finest varieties, know as to Osceola'county as a fruit the last day-'twill be the hirest.of the. festive .eawn-.o. put all your $860 Dodge-automobile will be ready, from the courthouse & \ ,
could not be better anywhere.:.Th. exbibitt growing center and enlighten themon up
to be delivered to the luckOD... This I Emmette Broad "
street to
.f the' city and rural schools, other interesting 'other; engagements aside Bad attend. to
many points. In wfll -be a most Interesting event foi Brack, to Vine, to Maltv, back/'to
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4 Magnificent'and Interesting Display in the GAZETTE GETS REQUESTSFOR MICE CARRY- DISEASE .

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Needlecraft Dept. at the Osceola County Fair MANY SECTIONS- OF B.ECTHM PASTE ,

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that the is .FO R.OtD. O. S.OoTmm Bay ItMU
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J, L No on*..entering. the main building hand embroidery and the finest, of a fine collection, in ,the harganger tion to its large list of 1 ,

could imagine thl. display to be the tatting, which attracted much attention work. Colored silk embroidery, 10 Florida and neighboring states. George Hunter, of Vernon, Ind., fa ,
,, first one of Its nature held here, but and nearby hung a handsome popular a few years ago, mingled quests for sample copies are "
a few In
spending. a days Kissimmee
would consider it a result of years of hand-painted silk: klrnona, the proper with the more recent stitches and the in frequently, and this week COPPER < .i
t experience and systematic effort. ty of Miss Ellis Another beautiful netting work was shown in small quiries and requests for the prospecting, and may decide to locate

..On the right is the, needlecraft department garment shown wasthe brocades pieces as well as in: the exquisite ten- were received from as many BRASS I with, us. Mr. Hunter .Was.here nine ;

where all day long delighted charmeuse with crochet yoke kimono eriffe collar set. sections of the country. The LEAD years ago, and has had a hankering :
,' visitors examine and admire the of Miss Wilder. In the antique sections s numbers of excerpts :from letters tell the '
, wonderful
fancy work is there with every Imaginable most complete and the daintiest: garments were shown in the patchwork quilts have you send me a copy of your .
combination .nd' color. The of silk, trepo anil linens, each and applique work. A pieced silk uable paper, * Kenwood WE REMIT MOtttW ] J. W.'THOMPSONFuneral '
entire wall space from floor to ceiling one quite different in its delicate tracery quilt where every square, was padded Pricelist

f is completely covered. ,All available of embroidery-or lace. was greatly admired for its beauty nue.Saginaw, Mich_Editor ;
:L table room is Utilized and even lines The handkerchief table was much and for its association for it was Kissimmee: Will please \ MtTALCa\\

' hung! with priceless articles, extend admired and gave many suggestionsto made by Mrs. G. H. Sessions, known your paper, as it is you cold Director
' 3i. ,from wall to wall. One of the com the lovers of needlework. By this as "Grandma" Sessions freeze a dog up in Saginaw, oCKONVILlEFLA.
mittee in charge of this work remarked waft a space devoted to articles made Mrs., W. :J. Frlpp's collection of eight to ten degrees below .
: ."Had we twice the space we by children, and surprisingly good antiques was very fine, one spread times-it's too cold for me. '* AND j.
could have filled it." work was shown in the garments, was hand dyed and woven in 1831: Route, 6.Springfield. ''
Wonderful Dress taMe and towels. A cloth hat 'RENT LICENSED'EMBALMER
runners Miss Milliard. showed a cypress Ma Kissimmee .
Almost the first object one sees was there and a pair of pillowcasesmade breadtray, made by the Florida Indians ley Gazette: As a land owner in and furnished.i C
entering the exhibit is a wonderful by a boy of eleven years. in'use
upon whcih has been for forty ida I am interested in anything
the A number. of bed ( and furnished. Store ,and. Chapel SUwart..Av..
f 1 hand-made lace dress, property Very'fine crochet' years. A hand-made brass bell the taining to the same and would ,
of Mrs. Redwood. It is crochet spreads were exhibited and several property of Mrs. Milliard, dated:! its farms, citrus
receive
S pleased to a copy of. lands tel' Bale. Ki..lmmee. Fla.
in'the spidsrweb: design' carried out afghans in the cotton as well as origin. back 200 years. paper,' and if same covers what I .
with the ecru coats cotton, and is Quite interesting was the section "
made over messalin. 'qy wool.A six-pointed luncheon set made by devoted to articles wrought from pine ests may me become, especially a subscriber.Orange, Was I. [ REALTY[ PARLOR W. B, Crawford Lee :Jarrell

Hard Times Garments Mrs. Welch, with the small doilies ineyelet needles and reed work. Here plaques, Florida in July and August of Manager.\ CRAWFORD JARRELL:
In sharp contrast is a table ]loaded and ,French embroidery, was trays,, collar boxes and baskets were Enclosed find snapshots taken in ATTOl {EY .A .LAW' '.
with what is called the Hard TimesDisplay. Brack. N. Kissimmee
wonderfully_ pretty and nearby wasa I flb wn. Even a bat and-a flower basket city February 6thj-l{>17, avhich
These are articles mad from beautiful crochet luncheon cloth, from the needles were there, and of interest to you to >use of Christian church. II Offices: '4. 6, 6, and 7 Citizens
bran and flour sacks, With surprising. the property of Miss Bcston. the reed work included a handsome desired.. any Bank Building

ly good results: There are dresses, Nothing could be handsomer than lamp, waste basket and bud vane fn Manchester, Iowa. : Kissimmee Florida '
aprons, skirts, shirtwaists, towels, the collection of centerpieces in com- the list of articles.A will please hand this letter to O. P. Oarret
+ holder, laundry bags and even very bined embroideries, exhibited by Miss bit of wood carving from a. St. manager you of the leading of &: GARRETT

., attractive boudoir caps. I Rice of St. Cloud.Everywhere Cloud contributor added a variety, AS community, as I expect paper to make DR. W. W. CARSON
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One' space 'showed baby garments one looked ther!!' vfas did. also: a,, collection\ of. "vari-tinted home in your city'in the near ". :'
' of every description,' where tatting, something to admire. Here a hand'soma hand-made. flowers. I[ would like to subscribe for a ; 12' Citizens Bank DENTIST ._'
crochet, knitting and embroidery art pillow designed and worked A number of children's toys madeof and..get posted. Thanking for Offlee.over Pilley Building :
were employed to embellish these( by Miss Tracy; there odd hand-woven : the fiber of the . you ., i
palmetto, made a favor am 364'a: Fl& OfTlc Hour: (-1>. >-t .
" dearest of all articles. While side by silk portieres shown by Mrs. _Funk. unique display. ,That the Gazette has done Offle 'Phon IK Residence 'PhOB II
aide with the modern designs were Over these hung hand-made darned And 0.. Administered for Extraction "(. '.
hundreds off articles ,which bringing. to,Kissimmee,-and( ,'., Teeth .-
shown jrarmentsjworn, by,babies yearsago' net.Iurtalns made -,by Mro."Weather cuold not be-given special mention-,bUt settlers" the
._ many past goes ,
4* : !by.) Mrs. Sum's showed i iQ. ft.
; pillow .. the each perfect in its way and each addIng out saying, and the above is
A'collection of garments were'shown woven 'work of. long. ago. Cross- its beauty and charm to this most give the general public an idea of LIVERY F. KIUBBn VT.J. TBBD

t by Mrs. Bryan, where exquisite hand- stitch decoration was noticed on several wonderful collection. of woman's wood work this publication is KRIBBS &: STEED ... "
knitted i laces combined wit .. Mrs. '
were pieces Griffin showed
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242 Legal business. of all kinds give
ELABORATE CITRUS FRUIT OSCEOLA COUNTY FAIR IS DECORATED
AUTO PARADE CLOSING DAY EVENTS TO BE Trips at Reasonable prompt attention.

AND TRACK EXHIBITION MOST TREMENDOUS SUCCESS INITIAL NUMBER OF PROGRAM MOST ELABORATE OF Touring Of flee. 11 and II State Bank Bt.... y
Klsaimmee. Florida.T. .

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addition there ts a fine showing made women's work and decorative art area I Broadway down-Emmette, and everyone who holds-the coupon GREEN M. RIVERS M. D. 'j

1 In the vegetables ad produce, which i isthe big feature. thence to the fairgrounds. general admission ticket. So, if
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admiration'of everyone, inasmuch The lair grounds are located a C. W. Ward was chairman of the are one of the few who haVe not ,POSSIEL AVE. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON e''

*. there I I. a great handicap hi making short distance outside of the city, parade committee and 'hoailed the visited the Fair, now is ,,your Office over Osceola Pharmacy
for "look-in"
l the If
a on car.
t a;showing of this kind. Cabbage, ', i beans, in fact, everythingthat auto bus lines at almost all hours. -you'll be that much luckier.. Office leJ. /.
Packard'decorated in red and white. ..o .o.o ..... .f
in
one desires to see if interested
The grounds are in excellent shape, The exhibits and display of
I-/ 4 lettuce, beans, potatoes, cassava; lion. W. J. Sears' car was: elaborately I
sucli staples as corn, natal and "her- the buildings large and equal l to the decorated in yellow and white, kind will be even more complete A. TROVILLION, M. D.." ;'
on previous displays will
s, muda hay; <. ni fact everything occasion: the grandstand an ample and and was occupied by Mrs. Sears and a able to see everything, so you Special Attention to

that one desires to see if interestedIn large structure; rest rooms and number of other prominent ladies. seen tomorrow-one of/ the there's best Agency I i CANCER.DISEASES GOITRE OF ,THE:TUMORS SKIN. and"'f

farming, if there, and ,this is not booths, 'stables and. other' structures The pink and white color( ,clieme of of the kind ever presented .:, Orlando Office-:-Boardman Building, ,'
:. frozen, either. Talk about strawberries were built to accommodate everything the Jj D. Clark"car was attractive.The in Florida. Don't miss itl! Stoll a.m.Winter .
and sold.
1 There's of them and the E. L. Lesley car was covered
plenty --
that goes to make up a good fair. The Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 #
best' ever. Most of the truck is the with blue and white decorations. <
new half-mile regulation speedway, t.tt.. to 8 m. 6mo
" 'O" p. Sept pd
product of the Seminole Land &; Development after months of hard work, on the :J. L. Beaman's car and G. W. Griffin's and Title verified ; t

Companywhile those foremost part of a large force of men under the car carried numbers of small J
in making. the exhibition a feature supervision of Supt. Farmeris' In f!,gs. '. LEWIS O'BRYAN
of the Fair by donating/ fruit, etc., good condition, shown so by the many The C. A. Carson' car, di ven"by> C.W.GRIFFJINStaple : and Acciden 'In
I y are H. Schroeder, F. II. Hill; Radcliffe satisfactory events which have taken Miss Inez, was draped with the national :"!. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW c

Cadman, >T. W. Oliver, :J. W. Willcox, place!! there within the past.few days. colors.. \ ..
-5, C. II. Funk, Mr. Robinson and :James Vie races are up to the standard, in As car after car passed down Broad. and FancyGROCERIES Warllc'Boil.lnc.! .
:Johnson, whose display of pecans attracts which a fast string of horses are en- way the crowds of spectators which .. . ... .......
much attention, showing what tered. There are free acts at certain good naturedly jostled each other fora
is possible along this particular line. viewpoint realized perhaps for the
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times of the' day. The :Johnny J. A
Mr. Robinson's display of comb honey Jones Shows, greater and more gorgeous first time, that the Osceola Fair, only R" ALAN J. MaCDONOUGH:' ;:1
1 I. a feature of the exhibit. a few short months spoken of '
county than ever, are a big, entertain ago, asa WORKER Registered Architect
The floral exhibit of Miss Jean Caldwell mere possibility, was now an actual Free Parts '\
ment feature enjoyed by all. : Delivery to all ..t.
Is a beauty. In' a neat little -' ,' :ji' achievement, ',-and1 1 it, the.*-undertaking r .. ; /* Pal en. and ;'": : '. 1 AND i $'S.

a, booth can be seen growing plants and WONDERFUL STUFF! which was:backed by a few progressive of tie! City" 'I I ENGINEERBRONSON .

1 tropical foliage of every description, LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS t citizens-was already an assured. KISSIMM&E. FLA BLDG. KISSIMM811.PLA.
together with cut flowers and different ,', "--- success. N48.80HO.ec.Oohs 00 r A.

i ; d kinds of floral designs. This is Apply a Few Drops Then Lift Cornsor
truly, an Osceola county exhibit, and ,
Calluses Off With
.' Is much admired not only by the visitor Pain FingersNo BR.R-R-R! HOW WOULD --tIo-- 1f... _-- VV -
to the Fair, but by the homefolks No humbug! Any corn, whether YOU LIKE TO BE WHERE '

a as Much well..interest is added to the home loosen hard, soft right or up between and lift the out,toes without, will a SNOW IS 35 INCHES DEEP

i exhibits by the beautiful display arranged particle of/pain or soreness. Great Club
by Lewis Lang, the taxider, This drug" is called freezone and is We've said a whole lot about cold Subscription Bargain :
mist.. His booth shows the Animal a compound of ether discovered by a weather recently, and every tim!*! the
-. world of the "Hunter's Paradise," Cincinnati man. breezes blow :from the North we diveInto
this county abounding. in gam""""of all Ask at any drug store for a small our overcoats; and "shiver." People
'
.5 descriptions, the deer, bear, lynx, who here from the, frozen
panther bottle of freezone, which will cost buta are .
wildcat, coon 'possum, squirrel trifle but is sufficient to rid' one's North tell us how balmy our climateis ; .
I i and otter, all of which are ..presentedalmost feet or every' corn or callus. ; how they are enjoying. the /good
true to life, a treat to the de. Put a few drops directly any weather, etc., and say we don't know
i upon
'votee' of the gun. Among the birds tender, aching corn or crllus. Instant. how to appreciate a good thing., THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE
that are mountedcan be-seen the wild ly' the soreness disappears and shortly S'pose you were where there: is thirty- <
at. turkey, ducks of many varieties, the corn or callus will loosen and can five inches of snow on the level ground\
s quail, snipe, plover; doves and curlew, be lifted off with the fingers. to bay nothing/ of the snowbanks, and Your Wide-Awake County: Paper, which carries .
and many others too numerous to This drug freezone doesn't eat out then "hemmed in" by tho white flakes
the Complete Local and
; mention. The entire "home" exhibit is the corns or calluses, but shrivels for a few days, eh! HomeNews, Personal

t a credit to -community, and an Advertisement them without even irritating the surrounding R. R. Sigmund, of Zumbrota, Minn., Mention, Editorials, and 3 Years Subscription toT'IlE
t which will bring more skin. one of the leading business men of

) thart,expected results. Just think! No paint at all; ,n? that city, who is spending'the winterin

MHICK soreness or smarting when applying it Kissimmee, accompanied by his SOUTHERNRU'RALIST.
GLOSSY HAIR or afterwards. If your druggist don't family, received a letter from his son .
FREE FROM DANDRUFFCirlst have freezone have him order it for Monday, which bore the news that
you. they were snowed in for a period of The South' Greatest Agriculturial Magazine, together with a splendid
Try 1U! Hair Get soft, fluffy three days, all trains being held up I .
'+'' and .utiful-Get a 25 cent TRAGEDY NARROWLY AVERTED during/ that time, and were virtually THREE SHEET GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART 28x36 INCHES
a bottle of Danderine. cut off from the outside world. On the
e ----- WHEN TRAIN STRIKES AUTOAn third day of the blizzard huge snow at a price that will appeal to you. Read the offer below:
1 If you care for -heavy hair that plows, pulled by three large locomo-

listens with beauty and. Is radiant accident, which narrowly escaped tives cleared the tracks, and'"liberated" KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, -
( with life has
p and;I I. fluffy an incomparable and lustrous, softness try a tragedy, occurred Wednesday. the city. "We might/ as well have Weekly, 1 Year, a $2.OO SPECIAL
Danderine. morning, when the car driven by Mrs.: been at the North Pole, as far as being

'J' Just one, application doubles the Claude Harper was struck by the incoming away from civilization,"\says the SOUTHERN RURALIST,
beauty'of your hair besides.it Imme- Sanford and was partially -, writer, "and when the train did come
Price
T' diately dissolves every particle of. demolished. Both occupants of i in, people rushed to the station to I Semi-Monthly, 3 Years, $1.50 Combination
'F'' a dandruff, You '' greet it in such numbers ,that one
can not have nice the car were thrown to the ground ,
u, heavy, healthy hair if you have dand, .o>ne distance from the truck, and the would imagine they had never seen a GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA, .
{ ruff.This destructive scurf robs railroad before. In the course of the 75
the latter strvckafrainpt the'cmction' house WALL CHART, $1.50
letter, the writer envied his father j '
hairof its lustre, its strength and its find rolled und!" 't. SlwWuffered n $2' _
', very life, and if not overcome it pro double fracture of the colUr bone in enjoying the flowers and sunshine '._,
duces zeverishness of Florida and he Total $5.00 .
a and itching of end a severj' nervous thock. Mrs was wishing. was ,
+ 'the scalp the hair famish. loosen here too.
; roots Claude ,
and die; 'hen the hair falls out Harper escaped with a few Mr. Sigmund is enjoying his. stay !
bruises.
''t'' ' fast Surely get a 25-ocnt bottle ofKnowlton's As Mrs. Hroer approached the in Kissimmee, not hesitating in saying .GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART i'
Danderine from any drugstore that it Is the finest place he has ever
,' q and Just try it. track, the incoming/ train was hiddenby visited before.He complimented the b a'work which consist of three large double sheets, 28x36 inches in abe, bound tether' at the- '
a freight, and she of
their danger/ until the was engine unaware struck enterprising people, the beautiful surroundings j top by an .enamel strip with metaj loop for hanginr. The front sheet has a splendid map of the .
DR. MARTIN IS IN
JACKSONVILLE and says That this city has world, beautifully colored an d varnished shows steamer with .
the rear wheel 1 of the car, throwing it routes distance between port On reverse ,
i Dr. S. M. Martin Is now concluding violently about. By a freak of chancea great opportunities which should be side, illustrations of the Panama Canal with complete statistics data eta On the
He :
all and his next sheet
developed by ,
ait m meeting In Jacksonville at the First means. ,
basket of fine decorated .
china which .
family will remain hero :for some time t"la a large map of your state, bowing. each county colored separately railroads and distances "
r" u Christian Church. He,closed a very was thrown to the ground by the. j congressional ,
f, ,'successful meeting here with Rev. A. shock} .was not damaged in the least I yet to come, any way until the winteris and senatorial districts.; ArooDd ,the margin are portrait,of all governors of the state ,I

i U. Chlsholm, in which there '.were and the hats.worn by both ladies.remained over in their.northern home, and when each one serred. On reverse side it a Gazeteer of the state with last census. The third ';&
:
r Martin twenty accessions Is,,a very able to the evangelist church.. --and Dr. in the, ,car. Mr. and Mrs. W.'E. Allen of, Ports- sheet contain a food colored map' of the U. S., also a standard .parcel: 'post map of the U. S.;with . 'j

:,sermons made a lasting Impre.n C. A. Ktraub and wife of Allen mouth, OhIo, arrived in Kissimmeelast j full parcel post information, laws; refutation, etc., all. population of all the principal cities of the . .
i
upon those who heard them. county Kansas, spent two day, this 'week :for a brief,stay. Mr. Allen, .U. S. This II i aomethinf seeded ia every home,.office"and school, and cannot be gotten anywhere ,_ .
--C'_j the First Christian Church, week in Kissimmee. visiting/ A. S. Nelson who Is ticket agent -for the B. A; O. at retail for leu thai $1J>0. < '
R. R. Co. at Portsmouth
owns some S
jwhich baa"a membership of 1,000 and looking over hl.inveitmentll
'member,' there will be a great field Mr, Straub is well pleasedrlth property here and is an enthusiastic j ,. I. ...

for an"extended' effort.. The Main, n, n la county.! They left Wednesdaynlnjf booster for this section.. Only a Limited Number, so send your order at once to the' ''. .'
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Street'and Riverside Christian.1 on No. 27 to ,visit relatives '
Churches being engaged revival. ..t. Peter"Mtrg., To Care a Cold la One Day KISSIMMEE VALLEY .
-GAZETTE KISSIMMEB '
meetings at this time, will doubt rate .& ATTVB BBOMO 0.1.1_ I*-..the : ,4 ORIDA, /: f'

add much to tl>n'results ,or ,!.be; eaya- ( *V. HT? of Sorimrfleld., 10.topne ., 'CMb nt-.tet.. .act ftf.H..*q. *rbo..yyd 1 wor"ks fill off the t. ee Cotd._ ,

-. }', 'Alf) the Lincoln Boa... I'L W. oaOTK-af ei..Mwe NMee .... $5... I ...114 ..."""r ... 11rA III.. ... rA r ... "'" \'LI!' to.. J'IIt"'J vi- ..
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1 rPER. UNA in Your: Home t

[ I COMMUNITY FESTIVAL EVENT .
this taeil and
: J ADOUeewlremustg1ve( 1 r :in p ",.
.--, other ailments..: prWnptnesa'ln applying tBd femettV often)

F.4R Among the many features to be presented made perfect'Woman out of. thousands 'eaves serious Illness, Her experience with remedies has led "

el SELLS at the Community Festival, of physical wrecks. :) 'her to know that PERUNA Is always"reliable that she should '

;b, .- GROVE y which will be held on March 1 to'5, This organization has a reputation have It on' hand for the Immediate ,treatment of coughs gpd
.. Of twelve years' standing,, and comprises .
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will colds and that it is always to her. "* I "I'
be Susanna Cocroft America's +
an.excellent vocal quartette,, a .
Fire Life Accident and GARDEN & FIELD '
:
,:.. physically perfect,woman. Sh Is the ., eleWat.tSL.M.oThe
QutSTIONS AI't'iWMrO' IMMEDIATELY benefactor of ,over a hundred thou ,FamilySafeguard
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,. Health Plate Glass, Liabilityi i aiha. wrliaai '
BY MAIL sand American women, and bring. to W.hawWedrw "
MRS N M.a.Pu"oe. Deft Moit.: the of the South.*her rtinala our family
'4 nd Boiler: Insurance. WILSON &TOOMER FERTILIZER CON asv wonderful lecture; with which shi has fit, far ..> number h of
aud
.J"CK.SO"1LL11. Fl+a. been thrilling the North and East. I C.r It perfoctlfnllaMa T r
i Legal! Bonds Executed.Same' .J _Id_
9 1 The Cold Wue "The Woman Worth While. r Iiaoonrldiihaay- The experience of one
Was fortunate in This is a marvelous talk on a' much I tern aces '
j
very getting our 1,1It'Castle o01 d.Dr woman, given herewith, is
Day Needed.OFFICE young trees cold higher plan than beauty culture. Although .ola f m
i reached here edfeeleconfident have Miss Cocroft speaks of the vepnt..erlam ooo typical of thousands 'of let-

(f laved the buds .at least; however, in many things that go to make up the "I begu aalall It ters that reach the Peruna
toroatanIir likhKJ.1
: State Bank)Building most cases the bark of the trees -is physically perfect woman, she reaches j' I au([ red with a Company from grateful
split almost to the bank. Just what out to the even loftier things in provo food many year. friends who have found then ,
bean serious until "
ing her ideal of the woman worth v ery recently
can I do toward alleviating[ this ,condition b.ve t..k.D P.runa the dropping In my homes incomplete '
? Should I fertilize and if so do while. This lecture, which is larg.lyan : throat btu dlMontintml. and my bead mod no. and tSr.
intimate talk with her auditorsrises : I .not a* .lopned up I la the morning.: 1 ampIe.e.dwit1the their
you think the tree can use the full! fills'a reaulia,and ball continue to ,
family in
safety
two ? You will rememberthy to real eloquence, and is It until I am entirely rid of catarrh. 4
pounds
THE I II. Garden Entertainers to yea /
: flORIDAMETALPRODUClsQji
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i 'I h.artUir recommend fta.anhoneadmedbl.e. danger'without
set last All the 1
,, ) were year. unprotected cornet quartette, a violin quartette What tl dual fur her U Uvready ado for you. PERUNA.
> MANUFACTUREMETAL young trees in our vicinityare and four piece orchestra, a quartette
. r. in pretty bad shape apparently, of entertainers and last but'not least Colds and CatarrhThe
but in most cases the people seem to a quartette of humorists.:
. CEILINGSCULVtRTSSKlNGLE5 ba very optimistic regarding. the fu- This company has received; the very great weight of testimony that has accumulated
I ture. highest praise and commendationfrom' In the 44 years that PERUNA has been on the
Answer: You were, indeed fortunate committee from different sections market proves It.beyond question to be the reliable family rem
to get your trees banked before of the United States and Can- edy. ever ready to take, preventing the serious effects of colds ,
Ij AND OTHER the cold reached you. It was the wls* ada.' They.-...efld-er their vocal quartette coughs, grip and derangements of the digestiveorgans, This .
SHEET METAL est move you could possibly have and instrumental selections in proof is published from time to. time and many families have
', '",( made; When the bark on a, tree is a manner that pleases.the most critical profited. by it 4
" LBUILDING split it is in a serious condition! and l audience. k..haes_..... PUtIIIA Y t.lid. ft- .. _sral.irr., Cary M
-i, MATERIAl one can expect even with the best of As humorists tho Castle Square are wale!dMe-tlfnyeymY-ab.1k..
To Parana c.I_.....
warn TOOAY I'HO 4PCCIALQUOTATJON5 treatment to bring through only a unexcelled, they keep their audiencein Coanpaar. Ohio

ton CATALO( Ut} / percentage of the wood thus effected. a happy mood from the beginninguntil ._.
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i JACKSONVILLE. . .... .FLA.MUSTANG. However, the more of each tree you the end.
could manage to save, the better. Each number rendered by this corn- WATCH' YOUR STEP Watch your step, says the holy writ;
Don't judge others-you are not' fit
There are two points you want particularly ;
?
t to guard against-the entrance Watch your step,on boat and train Charitys cloak around them wind;
.; of the fungi causing rot or Crossing the street and down the lane, Watch your step-your business mind.
disease and the drying out of the tlsAue. I Danger is lurking everywhere-Be-
We would advise the painting of ware'take; care. Watch your step, self-righteous one,
'A :t--::-::; f. I For,Sprains, Lameness, the entire-surface with Bodeaux paste l Your brothers keeper, dont'become;
: 'Sores Cuts Rheumatism (recipe given below, and binding.the 'a'ai Watch,your.. itep wbre er _you are. First cast the beam from your eyej
4
trunks carefully to hold the bark in 4'irl. 1 From auto and trolley car;; Watch your step,dent act a.lie, i

.; '. Penetrate and Heal pla'- and-to. prevent drying out. We p4M" I' Down the.stairs or up a (flight;; ***"1 "
.' '1'= -Stops Pain At Once notild -not bo in too great 9' hurrysdes t tt -ELI 'Watch your step, both-day and night.Watch Watcn'.youUp, you. selfish\ o'ne.done'* '
. > ray< pruning but. the< prllnhgshould You give meagre pay forwork ;
For Man and Beast be done promptly and thoroughly your step when you leave home: Halt, think, how many live. you blast;
after the extent of dead wood Down yonder path do not roam; Watch your step, dent be an outcast.
can be determined. If you had already You know well to where it leads; '
1 LINIMENT applied your.spring 'fertilizer, Watch your step; avoid misdeeds, Watch your step(-all will be well,
In happiness will dwell
that is sufficient.! If you have not you you
, should apply fertiliser,,but the trees Watch your step, both day and night, To that goal your effort bend;
'; ... will not need quite as, much as they> I Dont let your feet lead you astray: Watch your step, clear to the end. '
would with their natural growing Keep to the right bear that in mind{ ; I DOUGLAS WIER.
,
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cj- Watch it in line. Baltimore, Mr.L .
keep
paclty. -.' I your step,. ,
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: M. H. PORTER This cold is irideed' severe blow, ; ..
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,t I "..u.. of the esee, Vl..d No.1 but we know far better how to meetit ---.7--
0....... ('... :{I Ea ec..edVUa Care.M for with the splendid development of l
CellrrtloM. Made a.4 Taa PaM fairNaaIUaldrata. Florida's and her recordof "-
resources' Miss Cocrott, o 4 *
prosperity, no one today can realize I. ti1W -
j Offlr..IOT'nr..dw.y. I'haua 16e. the absolute blackness. the, futureas kindly'counsel.I.- No man or

,. it appeared to us who in'1895 were woman can sit through'' her lecture, r
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In a new and untried country.' Nowwe without being filled, with genuine enthusiasm ,r .
1 : know that it is only the monetary ;' Her startling revelations ? Application
. '. loss and though this is severe in individual and her clear demonstrations: of facts, ) '
11 cases, we" right ahead are laid before her audience In a cultured
reasonably secure'in what the future and refined manner. The .lecture Bearing and Young Trees :
will bring 'us just the same as a person is prepared for the mixed and
SAWMILL
in any kind of business has to do cultured audieno and no man or
MACHINERY when these occasional drawbacks oc woman, realizing that the Creator's
cur., greatest handiwork Ie shown in the Florideal Special '

AND T Bordeaux Paste .. creation woman, should fait to hear .
t One'pound bluestone dissolved in 1 Miss Cocroft. Every man" has his #
ALL SUPPLIES gallon water, 2 pounds caustic lime Ideal In woman; every woman has her You get a dollar's worth of plant food for' each.
A slaked'in 1-2 gallon water. Stir together Ideal in her own sex. -Does it not be- ......... the
in
dollar and an additional dollar's value COile'rect
Writi For Prices Ant hoove both and la it not worth while
i when cool-1haking a mixture .Ben R. Vardaman
Catalogue about the consistency of whitewash. to hear, the views of this far-famed I i proportioning to give best results.
Apply with a brush or woman, one who knows through actual pany Is different from the preceding
spray pump. Write for catalogue and prices.
unparalleled 5 .
experience, one who has saved one thereby offering variety ,
1t Organic Chemical Fertilizer the lives of thousands of woman,' and' and excellence. "

Just where.vs.Is the greater advan- ." LM Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.'

y -, tage, if there is an advantage! using MOTOR CAR OWNERS TO BE SOUR, ACID STOMACHS. I
organic fertilizers on sandy soils ENTERTAINED AT THE CASINO GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach ltaaf(..tarersloWl '.....
4 I
instead of chemical fertilisers ,- ...... {* FwtSxr Material
Answer: Aside from a proper proportion Remember the first motion pictureyou Tape's Diapepeln" digests
Sfrayimg Mattriah sad la.sriirtise '
of organic ammoniates allowIng ever saw? Remember when J.OOO grains food ending all t
steady availability 'With minimum Henry Walthall Mary Picicford. stomach miserIn aye JacluosYiri&e 'Florida
loss by leaching, organic materialsadd Blanche Sweet; the Moore boys find Bilautea. a ,
just so much humus to the loll, the Gish girls were all appearing. Time itl! In five minutes ..11 atom *STUagtn.. '
City MarketFreshiPIoridaand and you know the benefits of humus split-reel productions with the same ach distress will gC>L No indigestion} .
through improving soil texture, retaining company T heartburn, sourness or ,belching of -
moisture, and improving bacterial ,Well, J.; J. Griffin does, Although eas, acid, or irritation of undigested I i'r
r a conditions.The he is mighty busy selling cars, ho occasionally food no dizziness, bloating,. foul
; use of organic fertilizers can Ands time for the movies: breath or headache.
easily be overdoivs. The commercial "It was not so long-ago," said Mr. Pace's Diapeosin Is noted for Its

Meatsof materials needing greatest ,restric- Griffin, ."that we paid real money speed in regulating upset stomachs
Western Lumber
Stout
It Is the surest quickest stomach Co. 4
tlon are cottonseed meal and fish twenty-five cents-to see the picturesof
'whole
remedy in the world and besides ,
scrap. Stable manure! should be used a train coming into the station, the MAY-BTOOT
it end 8UOOE88ORS TO LUMBER OO.
Put to
all kinds. with equal precaution, though oftenin launching of a Ship the jnterior of a stomach is trouble harness.forever bv an getting, a ti
exhausted land light, and DEALERS IN
L a : applicationof carpenter shop. some girls -skfp- large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin -
stable manure Is'of great help. ping rope. .
from drug store. You'real.ize
Cottonseed meal nev,rshould be usedon "Since: that day the motion picturehas in five any minutes how needless it is YELLOW ,PINE ,AND CYPRESS
Phone youf orders dry sandy land because of-its heating developed into perhaps the great. i jto suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia .
qualities._.A reasonable amuontof medium f.or'amusement. entertain-
est jor any stomach disorder. It is the LUMBER
and they tankage, sheep manure and goat,, ment and education' the .world- has quickest, surest and most harmless .
I manure is beneficial and real blood ever known. So powerful a meads of II stomach doctor jn the world.
will be promptly and b ne. Peruvian guano, and tobacco education has the are of cinemato Novelty Works in ConnectionIt
stems can be used freely. The graphy become that many large man-
delivered. bad effects of organic fertilizers on ufacturers throughout the countryare estimates all
pleasure to give at times.
rn; r u our you
citrus trees show in development of dopting It as a medium of education
die back. This is less likely to occuron ,'"! The Willys-Overland Companywas Courteous Attention and Prompt.Delivery., .

young trees than old.-ones, and among the first of the automobile FertilizersRememoer .
Phone 44, in sandy than in heavier soils. manufacturers, look with favor-upon Phone 21 Kissinimee

the movie screen in connection' with .... ,,,flaB
0 Sulphur Fumes ,.. this work In dessiminating knowledgeof > please that we .
What action does lime-sulphur have motor car construction."I manufacture/, handle EV- ,... -'Ir -- ... --- ... -1It ".' /1."t"'- \ .." .
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that kills rust mite?' I understandthat have been fortunate in securing ERY fertilizer and material I... ;. ..\\ .,-.' "

sulphur is practically insoluble. for motor car owners of Kissimmee/ having recognized value to .," r. ,
Answer:" The sulphur Disintegrateson over 2,000 feet of the first motion the grower. We offer many ... ................ .......... ........... ..... .

.... the trees and it is the fumes of the pictures ever, made. showing the special citrus formulas;alto
Ask Your Grocer sulphur that smothers th* mites. It is Knight*sleeve valve in.actual opera= vegetable and field crop fer- INSURANCE and RAEtSTAtlLet.us 1 : :
not at all a matter of solution-just tion. These marvelous1 motion pic- tihzers.

r clear sulphur dusted .on the trees or tures wilt be shown Monday night, '

i \j\ sulphur mixed with two parts )hydrated .February 26th, at the Casino Theatre. Animal Fertilizers insure your. Life;yourliealth,, ,',your, Property ; :
lime will kill the adult mite just as They show why an American invention Chemical Fertilizers
well as the lime-suphur spray, but it revolutionized the European! Information in regard property'for, ,
CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES has now been learned through government motor car Industry and holds today Fertilizer Materials and + '" '
research that limesulphurspray the world's record for efficiency and Blood & Bone Tankage '. sale rent cheerfully,given;,,

1.75-will also kill the eggs' and performance." fifteen'other companies '. know
addition
consistent to we
is therefore a much more thoroughand Stock &: Poultry Feeds good '. '

far-reaching control. Three or CIIAMBER OF, COMERCE REST SprayingMatetials represent the 'well Known
four sprayings' will control the ,, '
M rust mite proposition year while hereto: ROOM DEPOT' FOR. FAIR GROUND Our immense manufacturing HOME ,FIRE ''NSUR CECO.ofN"yIYqrk., : ( .

,t. fore the grower had to spray every BUSSES. plants and centralized TAGFNER
V :
::1:>> G.
Best By Every Test. three or four'weeks all summer'long.. The Chamber of Commerce rest buying' system enables us < >i iI

room at 119, Broadway will be fitted .... to offer In everything.Booklet finest quality possible : Second Floor Gtizens Bank' Bldg. __ ,, KXsimihee: i Fla. I: ;
... as a depot for the of the public
:. .. .o o ooooo: WHAT IS l' up during the .Osceola use County Fair. 'and particulars: free from ....OOO..O..QO.. ...' .,.....O..O ..... ........ I

.' . '_. .. '_ .
O JF YOU RECEIVE -THE KIS- All conveyances running to and from Waters & Carson -. -. -- -- -
-
O SIMMEE VALLEY'GAZETTE OO LAXFOSIAXFOS the grounds will load and unload

<(/ there. will be GROCERY CO.Kissimmee .
Ample" Iltting
without having ordered that it 4 room FOR :SALE..-CASH PREFERRED
',' 0 be sent to you, no payment for it .* provided foij, your accommodation, ; Florida! ,,
''I'' ,0 will be asked of you. The + is an Improved.. Cascara and we hope to-have some literature Works :250 t'
Armour Fertilizer One block of Five Lots in fbuth Part of Town.
0 Commissioners of Osce- ,
_. ;.
i County ; (a taalc-luatin) pleasant to take available for distribution to'any.per-

.': :1Jif fi' P... ola an advertisement county are paying for this for coun-it as **. In LAX-FOS the Cascara Is'improved by sons desiring1 Information. ,regarding Jacksonville,Fla. ., foot front 208 fo depth. Rich Muck, Soil adapted for

.. has been the addition of certain harmless chemicals the city and county; or Truck inch fall to
. O ty. Your name s friends which increase the efficiency of the Banana, Growing. Eighteen ,City
,
; 0t 1 1'I
r O to them by of
one
in the hope that you your would be Cascara making it better than ordinary Tks. QotakN Tart Dos Not Affect The Had. (GrowBiggest ditch; Make: your home pay for itself.
' ":, O interested in this section of Flor-* Cascara. LAX-POS Is pleasant to take )Ieee... 0 and does not grip no disturb stomach. BKOMO ODINIMB U bcttar Uua ordinaryQninlM ALlf'GAZfrtr.
{ <0> Ida. Adapted to children as well aa adults. sad dose Dot cam .ervos..e..otrlaaiue ? Apply .V .
,. ,
:
'. .. Crops 'I
" la Kamcaibcr the(all MM 5 and I !
...1.0.> _.. ._ ....'...........'.., Just try one bottle for coaitipatlon.: 5Qc. took tw.!M,>icmatara .* S./w. OKOVB. p.,, I Mi



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THE kISS IIIIII VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY FEBRUARY It, 1917 ', '''t Nau. *.



IF ;JSome' Facts About \. /



+ Present and Southern c

t 1
y .. .
7 i
.. / I Itin

tin rare The 'recent announcement that '
I ,
(, ; contract has been signed for a hotel to and own
I I eost,$1.300,000, to be built on the Wii r;
cottage, )
,' -west coast of Florida, does not come .. .
'' 4 'any' too soon. Indeed, there is need in the
4t, "L Florida for a hotel building ers somewhat 1
"' of the time when
matching that house
or '
o Flagler built his string of hotels on expensive .
the east coast and when Plant put
several, millions dollars into the Tampa With an
Bay'Jl tel and the Belleview at the United
.
Belleair. Since that day there has about ;
t i been no hotel building period in Flor- with a '
with the development .
ida commensurate '
about $ ,
of the state or matching that
4w
number of
r'i', period. It I. true there have been '
'
0 hotels and some large : get away
small
} many
cards, of
Fl. and substantial ones put up during the
but the warning given balmy
last few years
to Florida last winter by the Manufacturers been increasing
Record and to the railroads .
.
state, that the tourist railroads t d J bvt ;} a
1 { ; leading to the A ?y >
t busniess of this winter would far exceed r .f i a'
; Several is.JV. Yid
hotel and railway facilities is already -
first
4 ; ,;;'" being tulfilled. portion of !
The rush of travel to Florida last
.
l winter was very heavy. It overtaxed impossible
traveled
the! capacity of the railroads and the
hotels. Over and over during the win I misnamed
M ride
', ter'and, spring and summer, the Manufacturers tona, 110
Record sought to impress
i the railroad people and upon all been
.' upon interests that the travelof were met,
; # Florida hotel
ment that
'winter would far ex-
the present
ceed, that of last winter, and that have which been
; neither the railroads nor the hotels trip
in studying
t" were adequate to- the requirements.
roads
These statements are being fulfilled '
extent than was' trips were
even'greater
to.an
r' Florida'is overcrowded.. through

Its anticipated.hotels are already booked up to local possible people *#rs wT: *
-) their fullest"capacity and.every good
.: hotel In the state, I believe, is dally ruination to
declining to makerewrengagemente:' !! srre f'wQ ... .
lowing the .
and '
'
From every direction, telegrams
c' letters are coming seeking to 1Hcureroom. That seems
., but without avail. It I. true, of day, "i

not course yet that made many engagements people who will, come have automobiles Just tlink this over, a minute.-How many I've played fair. I've never lied to my

'to Florida and will but even manage now to there find are accommodations on had the passed way friends have you? Not the fellows who friends,> nor cheated them, :nor double. '.

many .Important places in the state Today, the borrow from the chaps who crossed them nor held out. on them.
... _..'.. i are Bleeping on cots in everywhere. you- mean ,

"4 hallways: and parlors;while some of for roads comfort on will fight for Fellows who believe
know SOV
a:i the'larger tourist enters are more you They me by my right name
The streets
't tol'1.y crowded. than,ever before in their hiss with them. : in you-Who stick by you through thick EREIGN. A true gentleman of the South,

,...,..: ;Itttindicated< The rush of in travel the fact to the furnished state may to from northern many ; and thin. You can 'count them on one born,and bred of the real Southern stock.

'; l,0, 0 .' the Manufacturers Company, that Record at the by the present Pullman gon hundreds and , hand, can't you? But listen t1)is.-I I mingle the blood of Virginia, and Carolina '

,r.'-',.' time Pullman, there cars are reaching between 130 Jacksonville add 140 distant parts of have several. million down.South here. -the best in the world-the choicest,

!t rt 1,1 '" every week there day on were regular 215 trains extra, Pullmans while last, written car reached in sweetest, ripest, smoothest tobacco you .

and the week before"'236 extra reaching who made had by And why? Because I've been on the.level. ever smoked. 't'
I Jacksonville in the effort of railroads -
to meet the demands for accomtn From here I '. .
r 'datlons. Taking these extra Pullmans West Coast. i
adding to the regular daily to New ; : :; You Folks! South KNOW Good '
: the blood :
s leans to ) '
on ,
rlt number 200, it is Pullman seen that cars there a day are reaching now- fornia, and" :,."If>;" ; .. ,'hi-" ,

3V4 nearly'Jacksonville. .from -the North and ing In the You Folks of the South KNOW Good tobacco '
to car was one -
west. The Pullman people are put .. .
L, ,the limit of their. ability 10'meet the er of which .".. 1 /" .
fr day the railroads Portland i'A < ,

dead-head aarerryigout Pullman of trains the' ,state in order' !solid to these house next two have friends"own South, and'I keep them-because quality doesltell.- .i And-it means ,

back to the North and West having met ,
get cars strange whole lot when I say: -
?R:. avs 'quickly. possible.
ears
These.. the conditions which

Florida and the railroads leading to of these facts ; 'oj-

_:, Florida' now face. of this- the motor ; : , ',,'" ," '',' ',', ""J'-"jNJj .t' """ ',.:,"' "': :'k i '':f-w.\ ';': ;<;': ,.' ': ii'I' '' I' "
When' the war is over some : ," .JI" 'r"f, ., l 1' 'W' > -1r.. )('4 '>> f I '
,
J ,
of wide : "
the t1'i'
,,:,' "lti /X'Yii'I\ r I .A.. W- "ii/I) M
tide of tourist travel will to Europe ; !, < 'filII ... '" ,
go
: from-which :, ', :f.-, .II'3.; ,,, .\('t.I'i"'r"1: W .I (;!'l!.
that Ge
_ but it Is altogether possible yet'' the .., ram iruaranteed by: r __.. ..'11>0 uIf me..;
tourist. in Florida i ", J.m.w.ii:! ? """.f'-'''' y
\ the number of now: Florida'is i-Y"' 'v f : !:>'(''4'" ''''1'I'' 'JT'''''\!\;B{'1;qI1I\'\,Sff) (.smwiw'!''vrrw,. IW--<- { Sspwi 1
,will who be after more the than war will made go up to Europe by the.erexpandlng Within , ,. ,' you don. t'like me return me to your dealerand get ,

i' -. interest throughout ing including l your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known 'f

the country.At last the nation Is waking up to improved$17,000,000 the'world over for keeping his v/ord, and I have given you mine.
c'' what Florida is and.what it is destined -

w to be. Throughout the state can it is \
j 'IL be found many people who in former ago through, the
their winters in California -
years spent
road, which
: but who tell you that the Florida "
1' climate far surpasses that of Califor, motor
Coast and
nia. This tourist business, therefore,I It is such Cigareftes
: ; :la I destined to steadily increase. From I this that is :
._ t year to year it will begin earlier, and state. The .
''
; : ti 'instead of the crowd not reaching counties
Florida until the middle of January, it this
:will in a few years be pushing into the -
an FOR THE GENTLEMAN OP THE '
,'' ktate by November or early December, whole ; 80 !
:and thousands/ who have' heretofore tomless .. SJU& TIE"r'

'rteumed' from Florida to the North 0fT &
the first of years ago -
j- :and West with sign a ed .
.
.
.y .
( day In their home regions will i brick and
4:: ? stretch out their Florida- stay and other
not leave here until April or May. The : tells many, '"
number of tourists will steadily increase I 1 :
and, the length of their stay. lions of ut the whole merely slight indications of what the dealer, is maVls,,,prep rations to handle Mr. and Mrs.'j. II. Higby of Higby, '
; 'will increase. Tha situation demands I Ia lis I the basis is in evidence. future will show. I a capacitycrowd: and he" predicts Ohio, who*have been of the {-
'q on the of the railroads far out of sight>of a car, In its superb climate Florida h.l,1san j that the theatre will be filled. guests
: recognition part
.r and it should stimulate hotel : roads are ', anywhere on any of asset for the creation of wealth as I "1 believe"Said Ir. Griffin, "that Lincoln House for several weeks, left
>eople'and capitalists to build many' doomed wise of Florida, and tangible as would be boundless stores j this, moving picture makes clear more for a trip to Sanibel Island last Mon- _
|hotels at many points throughout the possible, the byways, which of coal and Iron. At the same time about the automobile motor than the day but like,Klssimmee so well that I J l(

:, tate both on the east and west coasts,! narrow the thoroughly improv it has in its widely diversified and average owner understands. The they reserved their room and will re- | [j
through '
r .s well as In the Interior. longer any danger of productive soil almost opppr- I Willys-Overland Company has devel- ij
-' ble to build : turn Saturday for few weeks
,' Florida is at last coming into its : motorists, for there tunities for the extension of early oped this picture not simply along the a longer. / :
and its own-4s_to.beacondition who still like; adven fruit and vegetable growing, for the lines of the sleeve valve motor but on it'
-ownr where it will be nationally'recognized and find .their way citrus fruit"industry and kindred op engine-construction irrgeneraf."For {. Whenever, Yoa Need'a Oeoeral Tonic 1'
** the great playground and winter i, o erations. 'The mpvement of early instance; it shows what goes Take. Grove's :< ""
-, y home' of hundreds of thousands, not I oOo- predicted in these col-, fruits and vegetables out of the state on underneath the hood when "you The 014 Standard Grove's Tasteless "
t" imply of the idle rich, but of the: When ago'that when once by express and fast freight trains throw in the clutch and presc your chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
: great plain people, the men of moderate I 4 all good had been constructed more than matches the rush of tour foot on the starter's pedal. It shows/ General Tonicbecause it contains the
means, and the ,men. of sm.aH O some automobiles from ists int othe state on Pullman trains you what makes the wheels go aroundin well known tonic propertiesof QUININB
means Indeed, the state has long made the United States would and by automobiles.Florida that small compartment Inside the and IRON. It acts on the Urn, Driven I'
and : : is to duplicate, :yes, more out Malaria, Bfrichea the Blood and
} 's since ceased-to be counted as the win- thousands: Some op '"
hood of the drive.
He had than California. The rail- car you Builds the W-
: ter resort of the idle rich for the number -, 0 for roads duplicate up >ole System. :SO cents:
of moderate who scraps overdrawn. To- road manager who fails to grasp this'fact .. , .
4 -of
people means - -- ---- -- -
into the . . -
is H. E.
short-sighted. Day. -
'e ;t come here for the winter probably farrexceeds 4 the shows that it was mild 44044444400040444440400404404040444040400ABSOLUTELY
Fla. in Manufacturers Record.
tona ,
the number of the rich. Peo- as compared
lie
1 finding that put already been developed. STOPS ALL LEAKS
< "pie. are they can escape ered it
GREAT TREAT FOR AUTOMOBILE
.
the rigors of northern climates; that it with a North Carolina I-
is they can live here as moderately or asexpensively 4 a-yellow motor trip of ENTHUSIASTS AT THE CASINO GRAPHELAST1C ROOF PAINT
as they choose; that they met sixteen-auto- .
y .. 'can find in nearly every JW.rt.of Florida and Western 'I
4 A birds-eye view motion picture in SOLD UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEE I ._ *",
and
in
a duplicate on a small scale of Atlantic This .Florida, com '
in is
i a CitV, with its numb ie88 hotels to number that had pass the panoramhr gigantic factory, which of 'the Willys-shown NOT AN EXPERIMENT. BUT AN ESTABLISHED TESTED PRODUCT
.
and boarding.houses and cottages for town before Christmas
*Q niafco lie. : :: did not see how the Overland Company together with an Graphelattic will make an old roof as good as new: Any one can apply
so excellent of John N.
rent.One I close-up Willys,
feature of Florida life which 0 in the Florida could accom. will be shown in connection' with it For 5 years the standard roof paint of the South.' '

has never received adequate recognition of a m stort which on the had al the' Willys Knight'11eeve valve motor OUR PRICES;' Barrels 52 gallons 60c per gal. Half barrels, about ...,

is the ablHtyvto\ find comfortably pride, Dixie: : IIlghway,<'way.In- motion picture to be exhibited at the -30 gallons, 65c per gallon. Less than half barrels, 75c per 'gallon.'
furnished homes for rent homes *
: ranging love, ,
Casino Theater Monday, February
Is,' there were some Graphelaitic will cover about 200 feet to" the '
from the Inexpensive but well- a grip of 26, according" to Mr. Griffin the square gallon Y,.
'IwiHJtwngalow; to far more elaborate of fields was day officially bound for reported Florida., Overland dealer, Graphclastic Liquid Cement for roofsln very bad condition $1$ per g J, ,t
'places.'. Housekeeping so far as marketing sprouts, touching motor tourist A telegram was received from the .Graphelastie; heavy cement.50 pounds 8c per'pound. 'I' 4 ,
:
.'_ extent,.is matches concerned homnkeeping, in variety and.. ** and rush of travel over Willys-Overland Company by Mr. Above, prices\ subject to 10,% discount for cash. '
oppor'tunities -
k !! Griffin yesterday in which the company *
the
difficulty'of -
in ot.tho great cities 0 two $*
any I
; directing the film told of the ,
finding suffici *
the country; It Is becoming the c*> -.* the p! cars new sections -which, are to be added "Graphelastic Manufacturing Co. ;
mon thing, and should be more 'W1, > .social rush and.the difficulty to the pictures when shown in Kisimmee. -
rentiurnirwom' ,? ' and boarding houses GENERAL OFFICES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., i

R T &. t t$44ee : crowd already here are T Mr. Griffin, the local Overland ..
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THE K1SSIMMEE'VALLEY GAETI'E'nnJAY. FEBRUARY U,, 1.1'1"t s, .x

." ..".,...
'" .i"i"councilman. n. He ha thrown his "hat

, Much Interest Manifested in Mr.IJMEIY') ID the: the support ring.of as all it good were citizen.and asks the for Congressman 'Sears? :'Say Army



City ;Primary to Be Heldsr (.fir, "" u. h71(; '. f W ILL ( ) "" V I'"J L f to to White the give welfare Primary his entire of, promising the time community.if, necessary if elected lie,, and Navy Officers Retire,fbo:!C


..L..: Gall Stone, Cancer ana Ulcer of the will make a good official, and his =
.' !.I. 1 Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication : friends predict ahat' he will give a ,Soon; Raps System-Har'L
White .
oW rood account of himself In the race.
.. ...... .. ... . ....... Man's Party, and every one 1 1I Yellow' Jaundice, Appendicitisand BE. Haley recently announced for sa
fatal ailments result from
\ participating in the primary will be other e
the council.- Mr. has been
' I city Haley .. "'
1 CANDIDATES ANNOUNCED I Inou.and. *'
i. O., pledged to support the nominee*. 1 Stomach Trouble. 'of eonected with the Atlantic Coast Line Congressman William J. Seers, In a I mental condition, and*\vho 'would l ob ? :

For Mayor-J.. S. Cadel, Gar 0 At the primary charter board of I Stomach Sufferer owe their torn!-. for' many years, knows the city like a made before the House last ject to being called 'old men' or'"brok-* <]
I Livingston, J. W. Thompson I five members' will also be chosen In pieta recovery to Mayr's Wonderful book, is acquainted' with its mOlt urgent speech en-down horses" who are receivingfrom "
.. needs and will be* Saturday on the subject of ..conomy.creat ,
Remed UnHko other for.Stomach an .able man the taxpayer of the' country
For City Clerk J. 'R. Gilbert any
accordance with the action of the city ,
on the councilmanic it elected.F. .t' the ). ealaryland
Tommy Woodall. council at its last meetingThose I Ailment' For sale by J, Z. Roeron body d quite a little stir cap three-quarter of their -for'
H. Lawson, the Broadway merchant he vigorously rapped retired In return. In\
tal-when which they rive nothing
4 For Marshal and Tax Collector everywhere y
..
elected will be in office for of and
period druggist ,
a >
4G; W Overstreet D. A. Bass 4O I I.I among those deserving to be naval officers, whom he claimed the present bill there f* provided for "
For".-Treasurer-.J. z.-, Roberson-A two years, and their duties will consist Mother 'with council manic honors, "would object to be called broken- the purpose of paying: these gentlermen 1
of and to the
4 A. M. + drafting submitting I laving made his announcement some down horses" so that they could get the sum of $2,848,308.72.. J
Story. people of Klssimmee a new charter, ftn'the requirement of the office, and time Few'are
ago. beter qualified to the retired pay from the. public treas '"It seems to me, that the present j
For Councilman-Dr. W. W. Carson *
in order to make the form of city government has no hesitancy'Jn asking his friends, Lawson
the and
serve city Mr. he
as In the,course of his remarks war across the waters has demons-/
ury.
C. S. B. 4
Eugene Bryan, definite. The officers to and in fact, to complimenthim
. more everyone well as his hosts of frlneds confi and ,
are men'
said treated that fray-haired
men
.* Aultman. F. H. Lawson B. E. : ( ,
serve at the primary-will be: Inspectors with their votes, promising to be dent of his election. ,
criticismof the .
spirit of
"In no beyond the- of 64, as leader, are'
'
Haley. \ age
ever" if elected..
N. H. Bratton; E G. Vans Agnew the "best of
Iaval'affairs
committee or successful battles and
on any .waging1 the ;
4 4 J. W._Lilly clerk A. E. homae. There will be another contest of an ,
;
I desireto
GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS of the members of this House, that the United State might well
will be for
This
0..00..0..000..00. In this connection it wouldvnot be interesting nature.
I call attention to the fact that last learn something' from the demonstrav >
TO
CONSTIPATED;: CHILD
imlss to say a few words about those the city treasureship. The present incumbent
naval bill and yet tion and retain in the service longer'than tj
w" passed a '
.Much interest is manifested in the year
having announoed for office up to the Mr. Roberson,' has been at has been ,
attention the of 64 is reached these
White Man's Primary, which will b. present time. It Is safe to say, how the helm for many.years serving the Delicious "Fruit Laxative"can't harm apparently no retired officers age
given to the number of men who are so anxious to remain In
held on March 10,for the selection of ever no matter who is choseir' at the city faithfully and honestly:, and not a tender little Stomach liver that this government is now support the service .
and bowels .
officers for the city of Kisstmtnee for primCry, the rein. of the city govern single complaint can be registered ing. "The present bill provides for .the .
ment will be in good and safe hands. against that official. However A. M. ,
have to criticisethese and of naval of4'1fleers .
"I no disposition promotion retirement .
the new fiscal year. At a recent The list comprises some of the best Story one of the leading business men Look at the tongue mother! If officers because under the law and this will continue untIl' the :

meeting of the'executive committee\ ; and most 'representative citizens of of Kissimmee has decided to becomea floated; your little one's stomach,liver at provided by Congress, as' I understand people begin to understand that in pie

the call for the primary was formula! Kissimmee For mayor there are candidate for that office, and as and bowel need cleansing atonce.\ it, they have to be retired when army and navy bill[ ",,"we have passed x
ated fixing the assessments to be three candidates John S. Cadel, Gay both t are popular and well-known, the When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't ever the plucking board desires to retire and today will paying approximately ,.f
paid by candidate. for office, setting i Livingston and J. W. Thompson. Mr. race will be an interesting event. sleep, eat or act naturally or is feverish them or when they reach the age $7,000,000 pass for retired ,
army
Cadel is of For the position of Marshal and stomach Dour, breath bad has
forth th. qualification for both the a young man sterling qualities ; not to 01
of 64 and therefore they are and officers. :
candidates and the voters and giving! one of the city's rising attorneys Tax Collector there are' two candi sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold blame,;. but I thought it might be interesting Mr.navy Sears said also that while h. ,
such other information as- will be'of i and at-present the legal "adviser dates. The present incumbent G. W. !give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup i-
to the country to know that did not aspire to be known as the
of Figs" and in a few hours all
interest to all concerning the choosingof of the board of county commissioners. Dyerstreet; ask for re-election on
the foul there are nearly 900 retired naval of- "watchdog of the treasury" that he did :h:
hill made in the while D. constipated waste undigested
He is 'identified with the record
officers. A large number of candidates prominently past,
ten, men the majority of whom I am object most seriously to such a wasteof
food and bile
sour gently 'moves
board of trade the Kissimmee Golf A. Bass who has had much experiencein
have announced themselves for ,
its and
satisfied in perfect physical the people' money.
out of little bowel without are ,
grip
the various positions and from all, indications Club, and with other organizations police duties, has announced. a have o .. _
there 'will be some lively which have for their purpose the Up candidate for the position. Both men and' you Ask a well playfulchild for
'again. druggist
"running in more instances thad one. building of the community. Mr. Livingston are thoroughly competent and have a a-60-cent bottle of your"California STATEMENT STATEMENT'

Saturday of last week was the last one of Kissimmee's foremost big following, and the outcome of the Figs" which contain full Syrupof direction '-
day for the payment of poll taxes business men, a member of the firm of outcome of the race will be closely for babies, children> of Jill .
A de.lrel.'to become watched .alL u age Mad' under section II. Chapter lit. Made under Bectlon It. Chapter ..>4L ,
and by
failed attend Livingston
to
any one who to : Tyson, and for grown-ups.. amountof Law. of Florida, ehowlna- the amount.
Florida, allowingth*
CMW of
, : ... this. important matter will not be allowed the chief executive of this -enterprising Aspiring to become city father, taxes chanted to the Tax Collectorof of lazes chara-ed .to the Tax Collectorof ,
to vote thereby missing a great city. He has been here for there are quite a few citizens who 'ROAD Oiceola Count Florida, to b. collected Oaceola Count,.- Florida, to be coUeeted .'
deal 'of fun and exercising right number of years PI'OC'.aJveld.n. feel caUed upon to give some of their! COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE for the current year, AJD..- ttll. for the current year, A. DItlf.. .
It tilled with the commercial bodies and valuable time for" the good of .the' MAP OF FLORIDA IS OFFEREDTO nd the apportionment of the same tothravvefal and the apportionment of the Bam to. :
'Ia. a good c tl&.n'FromreporU ap ;fund for,which taxes hare the: .***ral fund for which taxes bav
pears that very few failed 'qualify, his friends predict that; U elected, community. Several more are sex .PUBLIC AT SMALL PRICE ben levied. . bees Inl.cL'
and the vote at the primary will be he will make one-oJh. best men that_ pected to announce before the expiration APPORTIONMENT COUNT I
exceedingly heavy. Candidates, in order could be secured. Then comes J. W. of the time for qualification. Dr. Somethlnl"'' that 'will interest '",very APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY' FUNDS NOV. 1ST A. D., UII FUJTOS">*
to qualify, and have their,names Thompson, who for the. past year has W.W. Carson, who has faithfully and owner of an automobile .is a proposition NOV, J8T, A." n.,1111
placed on the official ballot, must file been a member of the city council, competently discharged his duties a* offered by the Valley Gazette in DeaenlTo 0-1 ..'
proper notice with the chairman of and president of that body. Mr. councilman during the past year, is the shape of a complete automobile Amount A..ee.ed.---$17.417 fl To 'Amount As..wd-.___..t1'...,... ,
the executive committee on or before Thompson has done much for the up. asking the voters to again honor him road, map, railroad, distances"and index Amount Collected ..,.___... ..1..... Amount. Collected .'....._._. 1.'I'.IS" .

the last'day of the present, month, building of Kissimmee, is forever on with that office. Always looking after chart of the state of Florida. Arrangements Balance to be Collected..,....*14,167.44 Balance to b* Collected_ ..'U..1.-, M.
this to be accompanied by the amount the alert a great booster, and a manwho every interest 4f the city, Dr. Carson have. been perfected by I''. .t- x
assessed against each, which money is is i known to do things, and to do has made a record which is'a source which a limited number of these excellent C. mty Re)*)* c**mty n... 111 .'

to be used in defraying th. expense them "right now." He has a good following of pride.not only to himself but the maps will be offered at the insignificant To Amount'.ie...ed---._-.lll.Hl.tt'.11'... To Amount Collected Aiei. .ed.,....._._. ..,...$17.147.11Amount l.lll.tS 'M_
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Amount Colleted.f.
of the'.prlmaryv. amounts fixed. and will make a splendid entire, community.. Wide-awake {frogressive sum of 25 cents, while they

are:Mayor $5, clerk $5, marshal and showing in the race for the high posi faithful to every duty, h.s last and the public in general, whether Balance to be Collected..a14,167.1l:. Balance. .. to b.Collectec1"UULlI'
tax collector $5, members of. the city tion. has carried out his obligation to a let they are owners of "flivvers" or not, "'
council J.- R. Who has been in ter his .actions with FIB. ForfeitureTo .> fla 4k. Forfeit.
$2. Gilbert conforming astrict should the is Z.
possess one as map one iblIr3':
.. .. _....... To Amount Aigeised.,_. .*
The voting injhe primary election charge of the city clerk's office for a adherence to the ordinances of of the most complete In every detail Amount Collected A e ed-....... .. $4.411.51Amount .....l Amount Collected -.-.__....i. ion ,.
shall be by first and second choice bal. great many years, serving the people the city. Eugene C. Bryan, another of and should ba in every home and of. : $5,105.44
lat, In compliance with the provisionsof with the greatest degree of satisfaction the present aldermanic body, asks for fice. Balance to be Colle ,t'd..l..U..l B"-la8c.14 be, Collected....... ,

the state primary laws, and the is again asking the voters' to be reelection.As chairman of the Bulk The map 1..0 gotten up that,It. Is Speelal PmfcllcHy, pedal .....U....,.

; names of the candidates will appear returned to that office. He stands on head Committee, Mr... Bryan's work folded .in a neat cardboard cover, of a Amount Aud.;; ._..... f "41.11 To Amount Aeaeiaed......... ....41.1: '
t' on the ballots in alphabetical order. his past record, which is the only plat- needs very little comment, his accomplishments size fitting the coat pocket-about an ;To Amount Collected ..._.-.;..__ 68.... Amount Collected. ___-___-,.. ili.tOBalance '
( The returns wiU be canvassed by the form presented. Everybody knows along this line; as well as ordinary envelope size-and when .
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.executive committee which consists of Mr. Gilbert his good work, and consequently in other matters for the benefit of the opened is 21x29' inches. It plainly Balance to be Colt.cted..UI.15 to b* Collected.11.401.41+\o.

I Messrs. S. H. Bullock chairman; F. II.I .. there is no more to be said. He community is a record for that gen. shows all automobiles roads-through. 0...... Jebel 0..1 ......1

I Lawson, C. A. Carson, W. C Baas. will have opposition this time, how tleman which speaks well 'for his out the entire state, the Dixie High To Amount A..**** ,.........41.U..1R To Amount Au.ued.---,141.p3.l.
The time set for this work is 'on the ever ; "Tommy" Woodall having; been' thoroughness and capability as a public way and from if one can pick out at Amount Collected ......:-_.,.- .,....al Amount. Collected ..____- 7,111.14 0
l night of March 10, in the city council caught by the bussing of the "politicalbee official. S. B. Aultman, one of the first glance any auto road in Florida Balance to be Collected..114.101.TlCvkMl
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chamber. This will be done publicf' :, and announced for the same' po most representative; citizens of this Being the latest revised it certainlyIs Balance, be...Collected....... : :
Iy and in accordanoe with the primaryelections sition. Mr. Woodall Is a young man community, who assisted a great many something we all should possess, to lab ...... DI ,1V' : 1 lab DUa M'*. 1 .
laws of Florida, and announcement whose native home is Kissimmee.' He years ago in incorporating Kissimmee say the least, and is complete in every. To Amount Ai**..ed.......... ...0....! To :Amount Assessed55,01...l>
made as to who is nomin has been connected with the Waters A: and who spends most of his time raising detail. The map also show the population Amount Collected _..?-.._- 1.0,11.1".. Amount Collected ..---___ 11T.11 ,I\:

ated for office. The city election will Carson Grocery Co., for a number ol cabbage and other staple product of incorporated towns for the Balance to be Collected.wi.-ll,01t.- -l Balance' to b* Collected.If,171.U.
be held in March 31, at which time I years, and. for-the past five years has for the markets, in which he has been years of 1910!>> 1900 and 1890 with the -
those nominated in the primary .willbe been in the bookkeeping department successful has made up his mind total population, for the years men Sub ...... Dlat.,J'fe.' B ... Crb**! DIaL N*. S ,a'
the avowed candidate. of the of that concern. He is competentto that Kissimmee need his services as tioned. It carries the'scale of mile To Amount Aae.. ..-._.-_._.$.I1... To 'Amount A..e..ed..:_.__..$41t...' I
Amount Collected ...._.______. '..11' Amount Collected ..-._.___ I*.**"
i electric line are indicated separately, '
., a* are all the county seats. On the reverse Balance to be Collected-.........".., Balance to be Collected.___._.'..*.** '..,

side of the map is a complete ... Basel Diet N'* ... ....*.. Dim*. FT'*, a ,

Cazeteer of Florida giving such information To Amount A e..ed.--_-.'..140.1. To Amount AN..M4........-.....( ..lS>' ,!
as banking towns, money Amount Collected.57L$3. Amount Collected _.__..-.-_ *.*.1'..
order postofficea etc. -. -
The price of 25 cent asked for this Balance ,tO"be.. Collected.. ...,....l..... Balano t. b* Col1"t..*....$ .",.*4;

excellent map Is more than reasonable ..h ...... Dtmtt N'*. 4 ... Bet**! ....*, IT'.. 4

and as the number is limited, ? you To' Amount -AueMd.-..=--'I1.III. To Amount Aase.sad...____$1,137.3:.
should immediately to the business Amount Collected __..-.__.___ ltt.1l. Amount Collected ______ I17...
office of the Valley Gazette and - Balance .tobe.Collect.d..51.7iii4. ,
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Balance to b* Collected. -$1,1/105 j
get yours. Do it today] They will
not last any great length of time. *.* a>.... Dto. N.!' B ..k B....*. DU* Xft, _.

t To AmoU'lt Aeseesed...........$114.(I" To Amount A..e.a.4.._...._.'.I&...
Amount Collected ,_-_._____..... ...n Amount Collected __ _..._.-.?., ,...* a
: Sensible CHICAGO TAMPA TRUCK - ---I
PASSES ,THROUGH KISSIMMEE Balance to b* ColI.ct.d-.....--"$U1.4l. Balance to be Collected..1140.44 -j

I .. '.. S.b ehl'Dl. N' S' j
8. Seb**! I>U" N' S *
A two-ton Diamond "'I'" truck, witha To Amount Asp..ed.__._-..._..ItT..3! To Amount Aeed.<..._....$41lT<.*<
capacity load of two tons of automobile -', Amount Collected. __..._.__.,-.... ..... Amount Collected. ............... '.015 t

Drink parts and acessories, consignedto Balance, to be 'ColI cted.-- ------u3.n- Balance! td, b* Collected,..._-..__-$-}8.58 x
i" a Tampa dealer, which is making a '
z'ehildi trip from Chicago to that city passed Hard Barfac' Read tiara ....,. Ro)d '

through Kissimmo-s Saturday. The To Amount AMeaeed. -_____-_. 41.178.98 Ao Amount Aeed. ........541.171.91., *,
I car was In charge of Jim Phillip and Amount Collected __;;_- 8,268.15. Amount ACollected....,... 7.......* i

Bill Paull, and they stopped for a Balance to be Collected. _____-_.81..17.8-! Balance"' to b* Coltecte4......i $.'".Ti
I" short time at the Ford garage, where I
en! they created quite a riplfl' of -sxcltensent. Dated Feb. 1. A, D.. 1>17. Dated Sat"l, A. D. 'un.,
The truck showed signs of J. U OVERSTREET, J. U OVER8TRBBT.Clerk .

':. much hard gravel, and the men were Clerk Florida Circuit Court. Oiceola- County, Florida Circuit, 'Courts Oaceola County

practically covered with mud, showingthe
strenuous time they had experi- '"
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eroged on their journey. So far the 'car C: A.:CARSON President. .(N. C.BRYAN Secretary. :

went through the ordeal as could be

expected, and as one'of the men expressed i &
The Waters Carson Frt
himself: "We had a tough tripIn F
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POSTU a tough car. They did not come
over the.Dlde 'IIIghway much of the ".
distance, and they had a great deal to

say about some of the roads they encountered Grocery Company } i,
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paying -distinct compliment
to the state by. adding that the
., '. road in Florida were about the best ,

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that they had passed over. In Louisville '
Wholesale and Retail Dealer b
Ky., they were compelled to lay ,<

: 1 A Substantial" over snows.six days on account. of the heavy GROCERIES *4, :


GRAYSTONE HOTEL IS NOW .. I

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTThe -- .......t

, ,: Beveraefor 'Graystone-Hotel. Kissimmee's . . .'.4.44.0 . .. .. ... + . . . J1
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famous management hostelry being, is In under'charge under of Her.new WE SELLiHAY .. .'' WE BUT ;.. '1 :,


: bert where Wichtendahl the lately had of charge Orlan'do1 of< .*> .4'.. .O .. ..J.. t j
' young man .... HIDES .
0 rownUpsA the Elks Club for the past two year. .

; '_ Mr. Wichtendahl is making a number GRAIN '.4 FURS .js'i

j of changes for the benefit of the 4>> FERTILIZERS 4 'I',
public and within a few '
traveling ,
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after the rush incident .1
immediately
\ days, 4> SHINGLES .
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to the Osceola County Fairs he 0 > AND .
will announce his "program." It is ORANGE BOXES 4 ? \
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., UThel.e' a Reason: the Intention of the new manager to e e ALL .4

( introduce some new featunes in con 4> ORANGE WRAPS .t,
",; nection with the entertainment of his 4> COUNTRY, ,,'-
guests. He has had much experiencein 4> VEGETABLE- CRATES .. '. '

.. : this line-of business, and having a .. 0 .. PRODUCE. ..
,,. IWIhIJq1ill large acquaintance among the traveling 4>, CRATE NAILS e ."; .'.
. . ,public will'certainly be successful 4> 4 .
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lit his new undertaking.Mr. .0.00.00 9' 00.41.' ': 000.00.0.0.0, !, '
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. .: : : _: . siU seeds of all kind .
: '\" and Mrs. Frank Estey, of Weal; We field and garden : 1
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:e : i Ii' Branch, Mich./who have been touring Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping. part a.

the east coast in- their car for th, ,Free delivery ia city limit- Phone No. 12. .... ...- j

past month, arrived in Kissimmee, We are county agent for good fertilizer, ,\sk'u for cucnlar'and ; .
of
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.' TArt? KitetMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1917 "

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. OUR FIRST COUNTY FAIR .o..i.ooo.o..O....: 04'.U... .. H' 0 00' 00..00 .... .
; THE:' KISSIMMEE E VALLEY GAZETTE 1
EDITlbN 4V4V
4v HANDSOME
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.k;; ........... KT.ry Rdaq.w The people of'Osceola county, together with the 0 .1 i Classified Advertisements l .
I I. ; .".... .. V.II.y 0...... .....1... Hlrl_. JI1.rt. throngs of visitors from all sections of the "state and Tampa Morning Tribune The 4V : .
4> Kiasimmee Valley Gasette issues 4v ; @ ,

<** w. .. HARRIS -... .. O. VAN. AaiMDW..a_ country, nave b en' njoynlg'the Fair during the past two 0 handsome Fair Edition 4V . . . _ .........A._ ..__ _ _ ............................... ............; ...........-. .
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_, MAX; F. MOSUTX. I..-. days, and judging from the many words of prats expressed 0 indent to the opening. of the Os4V . . . . . ..... - --- y y w ' '

'a -.. ........- II.On on every hand, the undertaking is proving a 4V ceola County Fair, which takes 4V4V FOR SALE;-Farm and groVe; located EXCHANGE passenger for Dodge

tt ; great success. Each department of the work Is'' III'the place this week. Editor Mortti 4V4V one mil from railway station, or other .passenger. with light '. .
\ organization has don. a An piece of work In 4V packing house and church, five milesfrom and starter. J. F. Stevens, Klsslmme -<
1r hand of an sparing no time and efforts t*
f3 0 this publication. The Osceola Klsslmmee, county seat, Os *. e ; .
.,. .. R'STATF prodl the best results, and th*** assisted by' the dtlsens 4V Fair begins ell Wednesday and ,. ceola ..county Florida. "

.. 4 J generally, are giving an'exhibtiion which I* second' 4V will offer many attractivt feat- 4V 100 acres, nearly level land, good soillive SELL FellsnMre.OR EXCHANGE Florida, -cleared Fiv Acresat broken ",,.

., ';. .' I to none of any given in this section of the state. Th 4> urea. acre fine .bearing grove, goodroom and hog fenced; small balance ..
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\.. ,. work of the.promoters, which.has been by no means 4V 'the KIs .".- house, stables, splendid due company; also fine lot; value!
The last edition of 4V4V This Is
a
.tj" .. ; small, is 'of love and patriotism, and but for them the simmee Valley Gazette was de- 4v farm bargain, only and$50 worth per acre your attention. about $500. J. F. Stevens- ,.Kissim-:

project would not have been the success: that It proving 4> voted to the Osceola Count,'0 Stock Farm mee. ,

to'b It is an advertisement"for the whole community, 4v Fair, which opens on the 14th 4v4V ti40 Acres 7 miles from Kisslmmee,, FOR EXCHANGE splendid broom

SP which.speaks volumes for our enterprising citizenship; Jt and runs to the 17th, inclusive. 4V4K 4v4V church on the farm, school quarter'of cottages and 2 4-room cottages, all ,
It and
was splendid publication
Oe ..t .. PRE shows what the farmers on th* surrounding lands are producing the Fair a promises to be a great.44V > a mile 500 splendid rich neighborhood bottom land, in good condition, f re*.and clear of
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nearly acres '
ot .
r. :. ; what can be accomplished in. poultry and stock success.: Editor Moritz is to be 4V4V joining large lake, fenced into two debt, in .good county seat town oflarge ,

. ,' raising; our wonderful resources in many other ways congratulated upon the magnift- 100 acres fine orange land, manufacturing interests; '
parts;
a; value of all about, $5,600; will deal ',. .
i Massa 4V cent the Gazette I ,
a.a.erl.O. showing Valley
exhibit of value and benefit to Aside largo bearing oranges, grape- ,
from grove
copy On Year......_.-_?__..___tj.00 an everybody. 4V is making. under his able man- 4V4V fair house, one! or all for Florida orange grove.
and
.....: On. <5opy, lilt' Month. .______..._ -_ .. wonderful exhibits there are'entertainment feature agement. .. 4v4v fruit tangerines; Various other good exchanges.NELSON .......
.'' Thre. slonth.... _______.-. 76e n stable and greatest bargain in the REALTY '
Copy COMPANY.
..' On being enjoyed by all-the speedway events are up to the 0 ---- 0 county. Let me take you to owner. C' ,,'

All communication.. except from our. authorised cor standard_the carnivals, shows and ,frolics of diverse Complete Edition 4V4V You will buy this place. Best ofreasons FOR SALE-Lot 6;block 10, in Done.
re.pnndent. muet be .''tlned by the writer.Rejected kinds clean wholesome and ih Florida TimeS-Unoin: An- for'sacrificing this excellent
fact
tor.I are enjoyable ,
.catled ;
matt.t will not be returned UJI everything ., pouncing the opening. of the Os- 4V4V inter- grans subdivision to N. Kissimmee.' .
'"' .connection with the great event is 'none other property. Full particulars to Henry James, Brock, Sask., Canada. ,
"' ceola Fair 4V4V
to be held in
County
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rICnlered; ;; ; In' the Po.totftca at KlacLouMO.' lorlda.I .. a* 'ested parties. 4
than first-Class. Thanks to aU.the citizen 9-tf .
...It x>cona-cl... matter.)_____________ ___ enterprising Klssimmee this week, the Gazette 15 Acre Farm
who for several months have neglected their personal affairs 4v came/out in a large special fair 4V4v 2 1-2 miles from Kissimmee; good SALE! .
FOR' Over
j FEBRUARY 19, 1917 in -order to devote their whole time for the purposeof edition, giving the complete program 4V4V land, 4-room house, owned by a land auto -in Five-passenger good shape will sell ,' .t ".'
.. ". of the fair and much Inter- 4V4V ;
widow she wants to sell and buy a
making the Osceola County.Fair on* that will be- gladly eating information regarding KIs. 4V4V ; cheap. Address P. A. Bowlus,. Xis,1 .
home In town. Write for particu '
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.' and:more comprehensive show'next year.. special number of 'the. 'Gazette 4v4V Suburban Property
y i' consisted of two sections; handsomely 4V4V Splendid 6-room house, large porch. GENERAL FARMING! Ii profitable /

Somecrowdeh? .. ,, printed and containing good'deep well, soft 'water, good in Florida. To know Florida's possibilities -

""" u WHICH, DO YOU PREFER? 4V*many fine pictures. 4V4V storage house, chicken house, good for live stock: :and poultry ./i

\ j e Orlando Is next! '- I Immense---Number-- 4Vv 0 .barn and sheds, 5 acres good land, raising, dairying, fruit ._and truck'growing ..,...- .. ;.,___._

\ t ,' ''' Last week the -newspapers- -of 'th.. country were < Arcadia News: The great Os4V ..< In.ld..elty.1imlbl terms. only$1,600;.. .easy read the Florida' Firmer .'.. :";,: '.
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'' ,The Fair's a success; : ,; '' flooded 'with Associated Press dispatches from the West, 'ceola County Fair at Kissimmee 4V4V Fine little farm, nicely Improved, just and Homeseeker. Six montha trial'); : ':

telling -of the blockade of.railroad trains which in Wyoming' ' opens February 14 and closes the 4V4v outside city limits, 5 I) acres and 2 subscription, 25 cents. Sample copy ,; i,:o,

.r.t. It's.snore than Fair! was said to be the worst snow blockade"in the his, 4v zette 17th. Last week'immense Valley Ga4v 4V Iota, splendid house, barn, 'chicken free. Address Florida Farmer and' ;; \
was an number
tory' of the Union Pacific road the house, bearing fruits, $2,750; easy Homeseeker, Box 860, Jacksonville, .1" .
ManufacturersRecord. .
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"' .. says showing cute of the many attrac- 4V .
. terms '
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'. .1 The, visitors' are.pleased! .-- ."-00.'. ..,... ..... e: i .. Trains. 'were'Ttgrnttrelity-tour 44 seventy-two' ++', tlon.: ... 4Q Also another.extra fine little farm 'Fl a. 't': , 52-tf. ... ....T 71 ''I..;Y4.;:'.-

,' r hours late; and froia :Denver was reported that' '.that ----- 'near' the above, new' buildings, I. I ( t
get the Dodge? Permanent Tact" 3 DWELLINGS for rent, apply to'M. .
Coin' to furniture and .
great bargain
't ,, Cityhad received but little Eastern. mail. 'for five days, 4V Sanford crops Tiller. -. "
Herald: In A'' great 4V4v $3,200. There is 8 Iota : : \
CstU! and that the train between there, ,and Ogden, Utah, editorial boost for the ..Osceola 5' acres good land.large Fine joining sightly -" .. . "
Governor 1'r
t Welcome, were from two to three days late: 4V, County Fair to be held at KIs4V home. FOR RENT -room furnished house- "
\ 4V simmee this week, the Kisiiimmee 4V4X close in week. E. E. Wells .J j
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At the time when the Western country: was suffering Delightful. home near courthouse, paying per "
Some Fair eh Governor Valley Gazette has some perms- 4v4V more-than 10 cent incomeon Insurance and Real Eetete, 104 'k'1.:;,
blizzards per
from these death-dealing the South was revel
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ent facts regarding fairs that we 4V4V price. Come for bar Possiel Ave. Phone 242. 7-tf .
see us ,
'Everybody talk Kissimmee and Osceola. . ing 1n the glory of a splendid climate,,, of, outdoor life, reproduce below for the benefit 4VV gains.
of freedom from storms and snows, and*in the opportunity "< of our own Seminole County Fair 4V4V NELSON REALTY COMPANY. FOR SALE--A five-room bungalowon

of the -railroads to run unobstructed and for the busl-, Association that will be made 4v4V West Vine street, deep well/
Neigh! Neigh! We're no judge of ponies into a regular incorporated nso4V windmill! and tank, 3.000 gallons
interests to the tenor 'of their ;
nets pursue even way. elation in a few weeks. < STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR shrubbery and ornamental trees '
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,oti$ Our band boys are a big feature of the Fair. This condition was true as to a very large part of the a
.; South. It WAS pre-eminently of the South Atlantic 0446808+++ ...tOO..t :Missionaries, Klondyke, $2.25 per commission. A. C. CHAPMAN. 8-tf ."

6; The entertainment features of the Fair could not be Coast- Florida and the Gulf Coast, where, while the thousand. Fifty other varieties t
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blizzards raged in the West, and the snows blocked the described in my free catalogue. FOR .8.At.E-Well established mer'j.' :

htter. trains for days at a time, the flowers were blooming, the l ESTIMATES OF WASHINGTON J Plants_guaranteed true to name cantile business. Other business requires r.: "
and free from disease. A trial or- I owner's time. Box 316, Kis '
I 'lC1..lmm"iII _for.- 'hosnitalitv. -- w and competently: handlniff. birds were singing, and all nature was vocal with praise der will convince yeu that Hall's .Immee. 7tf 'I Jl'" '

ii ; for-the blessings of such a climate. plants are the best on the market.
frig crowds. add .
-' Contrast the conditions of added cost of business, of T"O brightness to the un or Remember, everything .is guaran: FOR SALE=-White Leghorn settings, :; . '.

auto of the big things incident to sickness and suffering and death in the West under such glory to the name of Washington teed. J. Keifford Hall, Rhodesdale, $1.00. SAM LUPFER. Phone 222. '
Tie parade was one .
i i. alike impossible. Let Md. S. F. Fanaler 4-<- .
0 Agt Kissim-
52-t!
first Fair snow blockades with. the lessened cost In the South, and ,
Oseeola Bounty's it. In solemn mee, Fla.
none attempt awe 6-4t
with the joy of living hi a region where such' trying ordeals pro
nounce .the1 name and in its naked TOMATO :-6,000,600 Uv-
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it ; The floral exhibit thoroughly demonstrates that Fl'orUa on life and business do not exist! deathless splendor leave it shining on. FOR,. SALE 60-foot cruising power ingston Globe.now ready, $L25'per- '.:'. ... .

y .is the Land .of Sunshine and. Flower On the very day on which these dispatches from WYT Abraham Lincoln. boat, complete outfit, equipped with M. here. Grown on new land, from- "-.. .

ia 1 .1./ 1 goring and from Denver were published the people in\: two 15-horsepower engines; draws best seedj; guaranteed tree from -' -

I, t Orlando folks are taking in every feature of our big Florida, for instance, were living an outdoor life--windows 'More' than'all-and above all Washington 30 Inches of,water and can-be used Bartow root knot, Fla.or blight. J. R. Davis,. f.

celebration-we will'reciprocate next week. ,ynd doors were wide open-:sunjmer' weather, or,, was matter of himself.'If there for both passengers and freight.

t rather, the perfect days' in June of which the poet, writes*, be one quality more than another. in 'Price, $2,500cost; ,. when built,' FOR SALE-Fifteen acres in Southwest -. '"

Much of the success of the Osceola County Fair is due were in"vldenc*. his character which exercise $7OOO. H; *G. Warner, Agent, Kissimmee Either in'a sin .
may a gle tract, or in five-acre lots. W. H. ., ..
to the activity of the Kissimmee Women' Clubs. The Western trains were blocked by ..now'and bliz useful Tampa, Fla. ltfPerkinsRefuses FUNK
ra W.t control over the men of the )Leesburg, Fla. 3-8tr ,;;,..:,; .' ""
zards. '
/ -" ".; .
present hoof it is the total disregard - - - - -- ----------
.Governor Catts was given a reception :.uandi; ovation The south-bound trains were crowded to-the'. limit of f..1f'when in the "

i ,t.,. .of. which the' chief executive,can well.. feel proud of..,>.i:7':; their capacity with people seeking to escape from the IceboUnd for influence most and elevated example.positions :- Judge I'Junctio; 1,;: "Am: .

,. I :,:;;- "" regions of I the North and West, and ,the ,northbound Charles Francis '" '
Adams. t %
We're goinc,to Dodge around j the'i i 1 FalrTgrounds', tojmorrow j freight train. were burdened' with hundreds'of cars 1 c. "> ,.>*(;*"\. fA garnet the County Commissioner,". .. .

< and take' a.look-in at that'"flivver" to be .given of strawberries, of,lettuce. of potatoes, of peas, of celery. J Let him who 'looks for a monument -
-
away f re*. a swell as .of oranges and grapefruit. ", to Washington look around the United

i; On one side of the line there were Oi e.-.
,)Judging from the fruit and truck exhibits made at the blizzards and the bitter cold, without the; 'p6sgibility .'of your national power, your payers of Osoeola county to halt the & Garrett and John S. Cadet; It

I Fair It does not seem that this section was visited by a'' farming' 'or of much out-door work of any kind; on the prosperity and your prodigious growthare execution of the paving work on the is be understood taken to the that Supreme the case.will Court now for ......

l : s' frees*,lately. other aide was,the advantage of summer life, with all of a monument to him.-Kouuth; road leading from Kissimmee to St. final decision
Cloud': has been denied
the of of fruI l"' and by Judge. Perkins The injunction asked for
freshness vegetation; early veg e- : ,of the Circuit Court at I grew out:
'The business houses that weren't decorated for the table. In abundance. More than any other individual and DeLand last Friday. Consequently, sitting of the awarding of the paving. con- ..+ .
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tract by the County Commissioners ..
: festival season Incident.to the Osceola County Fair were Which side do you prefer at much as to one jndividual was pus' work by the Georgia' Engineering ; the Georgia Engineering to ,. .

.'ewand far between. Last week's freeze in Florida and in other parts of Bible has he contributed: found this Company has already been begun. I for the roadwork mentioned Company above '

the. South where freezing weather is rarely seen bring. our widetpreading empire and to give B.The Crawford complainant, representing in the.Suit was W. and this company was next to the '
taxpayers :
The efficiency of the Osceola county public school system out all the more strongly Florida' unusual advantages to.the western world independenceand and his interests were looked after by I being highest submitting bids, their figures _

I 1' is shown by the excellent exhibits -of educational, where Intense cold weather is the exception and not the freedom.-Chief Justice Mar- Attorney John P. Wall, of Tampa.j lowest over figures$7,000 presented above those at. the of time the. I .

I 'features at the Fair. rule. It is true that this freeze, which was probably the .ha II. The* county commissinoers' of the opening of bids. ...- _.

moat severe in this section since 1896, h ..,done a large -- ., .-

r One 'of the feature. of the livestock exhibit at the amount of 'damage, but the recuperative power of the George Washington, the brave the FIRE LADDIES MAKE A QUICK KISSIMMEE CLUB COMPANY <, ,< ';

Fair Is that of goats. We been around, but haven't been state and of the .Gulf and South Atlantic portion. of'the wise, the good. Supreme in war in WORK OF THREATENING BLAZE HOLD THEIR ANNUAL MEETING' ,' ,'

( able to locate ours which has been missing for sometime I south is so great that this loss will not seriously retard. council and in peace, Washington -. ,

t .. their progress nor affect their permanent prosperity.In .- valiant; without ambition: discreet But for the good work on the part The annual '. .-
Kissim-
the '
meeting'of
F contrast'with the blizzard and zero conditions without fear: confident without' pre- ,of the fire laddies, Kissimmee might ;"
Club
''I' '..t *' ,A whole contingent of Osoeola county cowboys will which exist forso/ large a part of the entire winter .umption.: -Dr. Andrew Lee. had a serious conflagration yesterday club nvee house on Company Wednesday was evening held at. last the". '. ,':', ". '<,r,.'

perform at the Fair ground. tomc rrow. There'll be big,. throughout the North and West, the ?advantages which For. -- morning, when a big lot of empty at which a majority of the stock ,

w? .+ doing., and it's lucky we ain't printing a daily right now Florida and.other Southern States enjoy in the, rarity of a thousand years no king in orange boxes stored on the lot between -' represented. was .

u if or.it wouldn't materialize. I these cold spells and in the splendid climate which Christendom has shown such greatnessor the ice plant and the big. packing The .. .
meeting
of vir- was preceded by a banquet .
given so high a type manly I house caught fire and : ..
makes life and outdoor put up a
outdoor ; ;work practicable duringtht in the of which '
tue.-Theodore Parker. preparation Man
;' .City'Att mey Lewis O'Bryan, colonel t on the .military entire winter Is very great. 1 big blaze. The wind -wee blowing ager Smith fully sustained his reputation '
'
''I staff of. Governor Catts, has offered his services -to'I' No one need for a moment suppose that the effect of Just honor to-Washington can only quite.a little gale at this time, and flyIng as a caterer. .. '.,

}' .Uncle Sam in the ev.nt.of.war with 'Germany Good-bye, his freeze !in Florida'and other South'Atlantic and Gulf e1 rendered! by observing his cinders were carried in many directions President II. A. Hunter called the ";;-: "-;" (
t old Scout! Glueckliche Raise und Auf Wiedersehnl > preceptsand to. the packing house aidother' meeting to order and made his annual
: State. will be. ever-more than temporary in its -effect. imitating his .example. -Robert ) address, in which he stated that . '

I 1 1Ts Even while It lasted the weather was brilliantly clear, Charles Winthrop. buildings in' the vicinity. The arrangements were being perfected'to ("":,

: When it conies to "doing- things:-you've got to hand and the air was crisp and free from dampness And snows fire department was on the scene in a relieve the financial difficulties of .:

ih* belt to President Stanford of the Board of Trade, of other regions : iffy, and had the blaze .under controln the company, the details of which _.!
\' PROGRAM OF RACES AT in. very short time. There were over were approved >y the stockholders.. ";
t' who.. efforts' the hordes' of : ,
through strangers 'were
i
On the of Florida it will not have hundred
prosperity more a crates, in the pile, and they President Hunter also stated that a''
given excellent accommodations while attending the Fair. effect than a short grain crop has on some of the prosperous FAIR GROUNDS SATURDAY were burning fiercely, having, caught. laundry, garage, and other Improvementa ..' _

; states of the West. Last year some of the Western from burning grass, which in some were being added, which would" 1 .
fie f, I" President Lupfer and Secretary Thomas, of the Fair states averaged.only, three to five bushels of wheat afire.L.unaccountable.: manner had been set lend much to the comfort and convenience .

a: .;; Association, are proving the right: men in the right places acre but nobody for-a. moment has Imagined that this fat of club members ',,j.
{ per rate 2:18 trot, mile heats, 3 in The following. directors elect.. i
were .
k t .;j.. Nothing too hard for them; the Success Qf Osoeola's firstS would in any way seriously lessen the prosperity of those 1 A. Hamilton,, who was called to ed to serve for the ensuing year: ; '

Fair will be due to the untiring efforts and efficient man states or retard their progress. ---------------------o-$15ond his home in, Toronto, Canada, by the H. A. Hunter, ,I.. A. Hamilton, C. A. ,1tJ'! ',

*, 'ner In which they performed their arduous ,duties., With the warmth of its sunshine and' the productivity ponies _- --_.-.-.-.----.-.- 25 llness. and death of his mother, returned Carson E. 1. Lesley, J. Wade Tucker, I"') I''
ard race, %-mile dash for crowponies to his winter home 'In Kissim J. D. Clark and A: E. Donegan. .
of its soil, respondingquickly to cultivation'. I it does He -< '
ridden by cow boy. from me.'Saturday was accompanied The directors then went into sessoin "
S I i,. Headline in Morning Trblune .ay.: "Probable Government -the Becton of the'south' injured by the freeze will quickly Osceola'county .___.._____,--, 25 1 by his brother W. A. Hamilton, and' and elected the followng. officers: ,' r.II.

i Will Loan Cans to Merchantmen for ProteetlonApln.t rebound, and the losses of last week, though temporarily '4th race, %.mil. consolation un, nephewBasil Hamilton.POLITICAL . i iI .4.. Hamfltontipresidentl.

-, Submarines." What's the matter with Governor serious to' many individuals; wilt! not halt the progress I weight 110 Ibs. ______________ 25 I 1.f A. Hamilton, vice president. ,
'
(j-Catts tendering the use of the gun. taken from the J. D. Clark,.secretary and treasurer. "'
; and prosperity o{ these rapidlygrowing'regions.. Dr. Howard M.' Kelley, one of the ANNOUNCEMENTS P. K. Weaver, auditor. .,l 'I' '.
J.-
". Boamer" when Florida' "navy" was dismantled.! .
eminent and A
most physicians resolution
surgeons of thanks, introduced r !
.
Editors'in common with other mortals on this muv of the country, who has been here FOR MARSHAL AND 'TAX COLLECTOR by L. Hamilton, was voted J'. Wad ... ...J4fi :, .. ,

\\1i.m ;one looks through th excellent showing of dane sphere' are intensely human; and are peculiarly suseptible for some time on''a visit. to Mr.:and .. Tucker, for a splendid' tennis .court,. .,..,' '
M. Willson Jr. has left for built
Mr''J' "
by him and
,
donated '
1 thoroughbred cattle and hogs on exhibit at'the Fair; he to the little.attention which shows appreciationon his home in Baltimore where he is a also for to the com <.
a handsome
= })Hpnt himself wondering why farmers will piddle around the part of the public for,service rendered. In this director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital ,11 hereby announce myself'a; candidate ere.y'_. set: -of loek.\. >,\;":;711", ,. ?.

with String' beans and.radishes and take chances on losinga 'connection we take great pleasure in acknowledging and owns a' sanitarium as well, for the oCff eOr7rlarahal: and The officers of tho were ",- '
company ,
whole soaso's work in one night' frost. Some one says ceipt of a' tray of'refreshments over by the ladles He was accompanied to this eity by Tax,Collector of the the city,of Kiasim empowered to negotiate with the Kissimmee .., . ,; r .1'';

that blessings come ,in disguise and If this late frees "of the Presbyterian'' "Church' last Saturday afternoon, his was two taken daughters.ill, being threatened While here-with he ]I mee'subject primary to .action/ If of elected the ,approaching I- club house Golf and Club grounds for the for rental of the, .,' ",.'11'-",

loss will be an inducement for farmers to when held their social. him confined promise to faithfully, the ensu "" ,
_I'consequent they pie and coffee 'at the ChapterHouse pneumonia 'which kept I perform the ing year. .. "
yr up" cla.lY' trucking .and citrus fruit grog for .. W*not only'enjoyed the coffee and pie, but ap- to his room for a few days, but he has 4 duties of-the office.. Have had nine "" ', ..
'of bay hogs and hominy the loss ireciated'th entirely recovered.. Kelley has I months' experience a- night- police ,Mri Mary Prather and her tw
sentiment
tbbe nor. staple. crops ,wh h'prompted :Mrs. J.W. MUler son,
and think
"' hosts of friends In this section, all of I man, .I could. fill the position Sam, of Clinton S. C.
.'b*'a.benefitin. the long- .rnn- --Dad*, City Banner., who brought the tray over, t* remember i.. whom gave him a hearty: welcome. I satisfactorily. D. A.-BASS.. Kissimmee. ,.are visiting in- 's
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'" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,:FEBRUARY'U- 1917 , ",., SEV1Z 'e

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I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS' 1 "Freeze Damage Not. \':As" Serious' '- Plant :Commissioner Gives ,Good'

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Hl
.' .. : , ,,;. President Millerof Advice to ,theCitrus Growers :
AsReported; Says .. .
..ooo..o..o 60c Laundry Bag 29c, Saturday and, .....,.,. .- .0.
Monday, at Gilt Shop.' .

f i I:Weather Report Mrs. Sam Ragsdale arrived Monday Kissimmee. Citrus. '. .Growers Ass nPresident --
lrom't.akel.nd to visit her. parent, Fruit growers and nurserymen havean.opportunityte promptly'; burned, preferably near;
take advantage of as possible to the trees from ,which. :' ,
Mr. and Mrs H. M. Pfarm ------Jed ,
the conditions, created by the recent they are taken; namely without carrying '"t
daily temperatures Rev H. D.'Summers, left Thursdayto I B.. C Miller, of the Kt.- to 'a' considerable extent, they are cold, weather to reduce insect pests them'from one part.-ot the grove ''Q
[ ;' Following attend the district tnlssotnory Institute slmmee Citrus Growers Association, )lot beyond hope by 'ariy'neon!, and and diseases of many kinds. to another. _-Tj,leave these pruning
and precipitations as reported -
i be
-at Orlando to gone'severaldays. citrus have is'to-invite excessive, melanose and
The shock which trees
:
Investlgatoti ha found certain localities where ; not
Oovernment station completed
| by has"J juit an
received result of the cold will wlthertlp.-abd, la'properties exposed;
dam. aa a
fend the recent the'smaller growths were
at Kissimmee tor he week done by even
Into the damage
and Mrs.."J.'C. KcFai-l.n.-'lett make them exceptionally subject to attack to possible canker infection- in.,
ing Thursday, February'IS: Mr, cold to the citrus industry, andIs aged. This goes' to show ,that the
Mos. Mks BainFriday Thursday. for St.. Louis where they authority snap for the statement that the freeze went in patches, asit were, by melanose, withertip whitefly creased chance of ranker..outbreaks.In .
will ,..Idl\. Mr. McF.riand will engage where .calin.ecta.ncI other pests. By all shears:,
pruning Operations
_____'71 66 .21 situation is' not as bad as has been and .there were many patches
'.- in the fish business there. given out.' have ,been sent there is really n6 evidence of frost at proper measures taken immediately, saws and knives ehould.be disinfected] t .,
Saturday63 ,88 Miss Laura Dullard and'Mrs. Hugh out broadcast trough the country all. As to the fruit,in some instances, much of this secondary! \ damage can after pruning one tree and before proceeding -.
Sunday..,_____74 ,Sfl Dullard and baby Janet; of Spartan- which were- exaggerated and 'calculated be found this rather bad, but in the be prevented and many pests actuallyreduced. to the next If the operatorwill
Monday _. ____72 48 burg, S. C are spending few weeks to do this section great deal majority of cases the oranges and .' Tin fact that the injured go further and disinfect his hand
Tuesday __ ___-fe8 47 with-the 'billiard family and other of harm and he tooit'upon himselfto grapefruits are eatable and large trees will'need all of their remaining and arms, and,even the coat or overails *
relatives. here make a personal investigation so numbers are in excellent conditionfor vitality recuperating from the .effects he wears, ,so much the betters ,.
Wednesday .'.48'' 54 the real facts might be presented. shipment to the markets.. All indications of the low temperature is an Similar disinfecting precautions-
67 ,,68 Leroy Lesley arrived Tuesday from added reason why measures should betaken ,
Thursday__ ,80. According to President Miller all are now for an enormous should be taken when defoliating
Columbia College, where he enrolled estimates, or nearly all of-them, of crpp of citrus fruits next season, as at once to. reduce both Insects grove or nursery trees as suggested; -
..00000.e for the year, te visit his parents Mr. the damage> done have been merely there is every indication of <'a heavy' and fungus diseases. These measures above. '
4 and Mrs. E. L.:. Lesley. and to attend, speculative and that it is wrong to bloom. He regards the-situation in are'substantially. as follows: In citrus nurseries the, cleaning vp
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought the county fair. make statements that the entire vege Osceola county.,beln&, particularlygood All fallen leaves should be gathered of leaves should receive Immediate ,

San. J. S. Voght, one of the winter visitors table crop and the citrus crops, as and this opinion is borne out by up and. burned. Past experience has and thorough attention and injured
Dr. JT. C. Davis has gone to in' the city was called to his ell as the trees have suffered great some of the largest citrus growers of shown that frost-killing of the leaves wood pruned out as soon as extent of '
ford for a week' stay. home In Chicago Ill., Tuesday; by Important and lasting damage. In fact, there is the county and, it might also be added does not kill the whitefly pupae onthem the killing by frost tan be determined.
the
25c Glass Jar with cover at lOc, business. He left on the afternoon very little damage done' throughout by the excellent dl.pl.r.of fruitson leaves; hence destruction of these If quick recovery and nursery stock I
Saturday and Monday at Gift Shop. northbound train. Osceola county. While it may be true exhibition at the County' whiteflies means which the destruction otherwise also of free of diseases and scale-insects is
that some of th.'.m.Uer trees suffer Fair.GpToSundaySchoolDay. will emerge to be secured during the coming ....-'
Mrs. J. W."'Taylor of 'ThomasvUle, Mrs J. N. Griffin of Valdosta, Ga., - --------------- ---- later on te Infest the new foliage -
Ga. is spending the month in Kissim wlo has been visiting her cousin,' E. : which-will appear In the spring. The son.Fertilizers be
D. Malloy, and family expects! to return i Was fungi ,which cause melanose, wither should not .applied to
mee.George' to her home Friday. Mrs. Grif tip and scab are also present in the injured citrus trees, either in grove or '
F. Parker transacted legal fin 'while in Florida has visited; Tampa I dead and Injured leaves, so that this nursery untO all danger of further
business in Orlando Tuesday 'accompanied St. Petersburg.and other points of Generally Observed In Kissimmee measure will greatly reduce future infection cold spells Is over with for, this win.
by Mrs. Parker. interest! of the trees by. these diseases.In tor. With the passage of all frost ; '
wood-cutters plantings where the trees danger, however, the trees should .be 1wsltfntlliz.r.andgiven
Wanted ; steady work; and Mrs.-Clay Seed ot Uridge'* ... ,., : are '
.. .. Mrs ' "'-- --- where the best of 2
. 'sufficient labor ;
small Is
write or
_: _$1.00) eord-' particulars, :I.
per 111. the state
who. '
W. R. Melller Falford, Fla.. and port have,been sight are touring seeing in Kisslmmes The Sunday schools of this city. of.the state the interested people went available it will be found profitable to care growth to possible.stimulate the. most rapid] r l
to' work with a 'vim.I While many complete the defoU.tlon.by picking off
:Joe Carson of F1'ostproof,-was in left Monday-for Tampa.Mr and' ,generally participated In the State- schools fell below this mark,, many the injured leaves remaining on the I Regretable as the frost damage U,,,
the city this week taking'in the Fair Mrs. Seed will spend-the remainder wide Go-to-Sunday School Day February others far exceeded it, some schools trees and burning thew.also. Where the conditions which havebeen- craw "
a guest of Zack Bass. 'I,lt, February and March in Florida and 11th, the attendance at the various reporting more than 160 per cent. In- less than ten per cent: of foliage on ated by t offers the grower, and nnr v
will return to this -city for A longer 1 all that was ex .' eryman an opportunity to deal a ..."
Mrs.-Jo.ephine Watson Rocking churches being crease. The state office receiving the trees.remains alive all foliage
ham; N.;C... is among' the tourists stay.Mr. 'no Axed programswere many letters of appreciation One su should be removed. Where forty to vere blow.to both insect and di....*,-* ,,;,
spending the-.winter in.the city., - : and Mrs J. Allle Wells were in arranged- expectations of perintendent' .wrote: "!-Wo had the sixty per eentVor .ver,.of the-leaves the results of'which they will be able.
the city Sunday on M visit to their -*"* the superintendents*' 'and ,teachers kithestattendance, in. the. history. ; .of. remaIn alive, defoliation s not advo! to appreciate. for many months*..tome.
"manager .
Herbert 'Wichtendahl, > of Roy A. Wells, proprietor of the Gift were fuUy realized and it is thou&htthat our schools." cated.-.a'in -this case the leaves':,are >
the Graystona Hotel was. in Orlando Shop. They are spending the winter inch more interest will be takenin Indc.tlons'point( to the- fact that I II sufficient in quantity to assist the WILMON NEWELL' ,>s
Tuesday, looking after important.business at Orlando their home being in Ken the work in the future. The policy the goal originally set for the tate by I tree in its recovery.' Plant Commissioner.' :!;

matters. nebunk Beach Me., where Mr.. Wells of all teachers will be to give every the Florida Sunday School Association All_twigs and prunings should be Gainesville Fla.. Feb. 14, 117.
W. C. Davis of Granville, Ohto& .-who conducts a large hotel during. the mim- member a chance to do his bit toward that 40,000 new pupils should be added .. I
is spending the winter at Kissimmee mer months. the development of the Sunday school ,ito the school, will be almost, if :
Park left Monday to see the sights 'W. S.; Higgins and; wife of Boston; and the kingdom of God and Interestin in thl.w.y not, altogether accomplished. It is $25,000 Mare Interesting' Exhibit': '
personal ..
a
ef Tampa. were prominent among the winter visitors encourage estimated that 85,009 pup.lln attend
often bear Thursday.. in Kissimmee the great work. Sunday school in our state. .It was
avocados spending -
Seed-grafted To At Fair :
second year; three varieties, ; stand ,. looking about the- city and attending .1 Big Success Throughout State planned to bring this\! number on February \ I << ; Everybody' Grounds

more cold than oratiges. Write J. B. the psceola County Fair. Mrs.i State-wide Go-to-Sundny-School 11th up to 125,000. This is, by ',
Beach West Palm Beach, for free Higgins is active in club circles and Day was a pronounced success. Reports far the largest number: ever attending . '"
booklet 7tf her name is frequently seen in accounts : coming the office of the Flor. in Florida on cny one day. The Osceola County Fair Association Ga., 1916. She made exhibition at R
of i the club work of her home ida Sunday School Association indicate "' Go-to-Sunday-School, Day was made has been extremely lucky in'oh. the Fair Grounds at Tampa, Fla., during ,
W. J. Fuller of Litehfteld, 111.. who city. They are -en,.route,, for< Winter a heavy mvoentent of new pupilsto an annual event when the last State I taming for a free attraction J. H. the Fair of last week. '_ a t'
is spending his ninth winter in Kis- Part; the Sunday schools of all demoni- Sunday School Convention voted to : Williamson'with' his bay mare Nell This attraction alone is well worth
eimmee left Monday fort visit with. Word'continue' nations last Sunday > join with practically all tb southeastern Thome who holds the world' championship ' the price of admission. Anyone fail' ,
his son,at Sebring. 'to .rrive,from "thetrroves When the first call went out for the 1. states in the use of the''sncond as guideless racer. Nell ing to see her at Tampa-will havesi- s
Mrs. George Ilickok of Muncie, Ind., the condition throughout of the the trees county! stating observance of this day,'tho schools of Sunday In February. The Florida Thome is a guideless wonder. She chance to witness this wonderful feat
spent several hours here Wednesday .following the state wore asked to attempt en in* Sunday School Ascocialion announcesthat paces without a rider or driver having here this week, as she Is to make exhibitions
the .cold
extreme of few
while en route for Eagle Lake to be :'At Finny Point where a the weeks Lee ago. crease of 60 per cent,above the average I. this day will again be observedin a record or a mile over the half- here this week, This mare)

the guest of her brother., situated owned jointly by J.groveis M. attendance., In riany sections 1918.e' ; mile track of 2:09'4, made at Griffin, Is valued at 25000.

Mr. and "Mrs. L. W. Champlain of, Lee and Mrs. Claude Lee,' no damageis ..

,Twin Falls, Iowa, now winter visitorsIn evident. The new growth looks Mills:Joe'Mallory of ValdostaGa., ,i Mrs. J. Wesley Brown, who :was operated . .. ........ ........,... ........... ......... .. .. ,
the city left Monday for Lakeland healthy, the trees are coming 'into for hospital ,
at
who is spending the ,winter with her on. appendicitis a
r for a few days' visit with Iowa friend bloom and the fruit was not., in the in' Orlando, last
least hurt. brother E. D., Malloy was an Orlando Formo'.t near I Our Diamond Mounted Jewelry
M...-George F.' Parker left Fridayfor visitor Monday.1 .She was. accompanied we k, 'is improving in health. .
St. Lucie Fla.,.on the ea.t'eoa. OrtandoReporter-Star,: Josiah Ferris by Mrs.... -W. Taylor and Mrs! Her'many friends will be .gratified te lm a della-ht to the eye that never'
for a visit to her daughter Miss Helen attended the opening of the Osce Josephine Watson.' learn of her recoverey. ' palla, The rlnr. the locket, the". :
Jones, who is teaching school at that ola County Fair the morning The bracelet or the pin purcnaaed today
will never loose Its charm.
live stock exhibit is tho best
ever
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place. If you are planning grift that'
shown at any fair in Florida, so far will be durable and av, constant,
Y. R.- Beasley! traveling passenger as he can judge said Mr. Ferris. The"city I D'o'You Have reminder of the river eeleot one' .
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, with of Kissimmee was in gala array' r of our diamond mounted. PrI_ .,
always moderate. tallsfaotloaalways
headquarters in Tampa, spent a few and there were fifty decorated automobiles guaranteed ..
days in the city this week on business in line. There was an immense SWOLLEN ABDOMEN? '

connected with the road. throng of visitors and the gates . OPTICAL DAY ;

''jt.J.. :wP.|prominent AH.F( Williams merchants and of Mr.Albany? Mallard Ga.,, swung Mr Ferris open predicts to good great first day success buiiness.for ." ,-'. USEr.. . i ., '..... .....;j,, C 'is always on TrKSDAT.* Our'twentyseven ; '.

. were here for a few days oil a prospecting the Osceola County Fair. There were ,REGULATOR TONIC PILLS: isat'your, .....Ice.years.Satisfaction experience', -.y-
tour and visiting their. old a number of Orlando people present, z N. *
friend Attorney Zack B.... among them being Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ruaranteed. One trial will eon-. f
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Jackson ,W. Tucker Mr. and Mrs..O.N. WASHINGTON MEDICINE COMPANYHibU \ vines you that the beat can #*
k'M.bry bad In the email town as well ae
Newark
Mr. and Mrs. F of .
Larson Mrs] L. B. Davis'Mrs': J. lara-e
Ohio spent several days in Kit H. Tohrnton. Mrs. J. L. Feinberg Mrs. BIdf."WaskiartM, D. C., the one.
shnrose this week returning to their A. J.:Nye, L. B. Fprt, O. R. Brooks, .. REPAIRING DONEat <;
home Monday. Mr. Mabry is con Seth Woodruff and others. It is plan In'Three Sizes, 25c 50c and $1.00 any and all times. We willappreciate
nected with the B. &: O. Railroad. ned to get a flock of automobiles together that your work.wlll\ and we ,
appr.cl.
are our. you :
Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Ferris of Orlando In Orlando some day during the ate our aervloe.
., spent Wednesday in Kissimmee, be Osceola Fair and go down on a neigh .
ing among the many Orlandoites here borly visit together. 'I H. O. BROWN .& CO., Inc.
at the opening of the Fair. These estimable -
people have hosts pf friendsin JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS "

this city who gave them .,hospit.ble SPECIALRAILWAY I iornob'iIistsI Sureessors to f'QIe'Jewelry'Co.
welcome. While here Mr. Ferris, Attention !
paid the Gazette an appreciated call.. H. O. BROWN Manacer l

Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Paterson of SCHEDULES FROM i ..OO. ....t..O.OO. OO..O..O..OO.. O..O. ..
'
Pineville, Ky., arrived in Klsaimmee LATEST COMPLETE T
Sunday for a visit with S. B. Aultmanand -. --
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family. Mrs. Patterson has been CITY TO GROUNDS oIt- oIt- oil! It- It- ItJ OMO il

visiting some time In St. 'Petersburg tl
and joined her husband who I Is.> a I tomobileRoad ?

prominent attorney.of Pineville here. The schedule' between Kissimmee A Map } : '
and Mrs. Pattersonwere LADIES
Miss Aultman
college friends. and the fair grounds announced by the : r I
railroad people are as follows: i
Frank Ellis a prominent residentof Leave Kissimmee at: 1
Springfield, Ill, who is' spendingthe 10:00 a. m. 5:00 p. m. ( POCKET EDITION ) -
winter in this section of Florida 10:45 a. m. 6:80p. m. .f
arrived here Tuesday to remain for] 11:30 a. m. 7:30 p. m. ,
Railroad. Distance line of .,
and Index
some time. Mr. Ellis paid the Gazette 1:00 p. m. 8:15 p. m. ; full .,
an apreciated call and took oc 2:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. 1 \
casion' to compliment the publication, 3:00 p. m. 9:45 p.-m. :
at the same time expressing his de 3:30 p. m.. 10:00 p. m. MAP OF FLORIDA Summer Dress

light at having come here, saying that 4:80: p. m. I I ,
Kissimmee was' one of the prettiestand
most progressive towns he had Other special schedules announced for only I IH.

seen in, this. state. are:' i ;
.
Senator>, W. S..DwinneIl of Minneapolis Between Kissimmee and Narcoossee and Wash Goods

Minn:, secretary and treasurer on Friday Feb. 16, 1917. H. '. 25G.
of the Southern Colonization Leave Kiaeimmee ......._..11:80 a. m. .: ti
Company was here last week a guest Leave Narcoossee ____.____ 1100 p.in. and r(
Leave St. Cloud ..___ 120 White Figured
of Capt. C. H. Armstrong chief! eniri- -- ; p. m.
ned and general manager of the South Arrive Kissimmee ___?_? 1:CO p.m. On Sale at the Office of the ON DISPLAY NOWSHOES
Florida &: Gulf Railway. In company Leave Fair Croundl-.l0:00: p. m. : !
with President Maxwell A. Kilvert of (Cars going to Grounds at 9:45 p. m.) KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 11 .:.
the road and Captain Senator Leave Kissimmee10:00: p. m. /
Dwinnell Arm.tronet Il'o.d Leave Narcoossee :..____11::00 p. m. j for a limited time only; ,... q
Arrive Kissimmee ..12:00
construction camps on the KI..lmmee ; midnight
prairies and looked over the holdings -
of'his company in that section. Apopka Branch This is should have and
something Autoist now '
Thursday and Friday Feb. 15 and 16 every .
Superintendent of public instruction' Leave Kissimmee both days__6 p.. m. is the time to get one at a price which will
Osceola county, C. E. Yowell accompanied
for Regular train to be held.,
by Principal R. M.' Evansof not be offered soon again.
the High School and W.: C. Bass, Our new line establishes our'reputatfon'of the
LETTERS
ADVERTISED
LIST OF
chairman of the county school board '
';. were vlsiton .In the city Saturday.g'Ueatl Aside from the fact 'that t'the .map is a veritable chart of 4ft- "Old Reliable Shoe Dealer ofOtceola County"
Superintendent A. B.-John- The following is the'list of advertised

'. son. Together they inspected the letters remaining in'the Klssimmee&postofflee .information. to'the automobilist, it --is something-' required. by .

school building which is being erectedat for the two weeks end Is detail piece of art "
everyone.The map complete ;every a ,
Winter! Park .and also the grammar Ing' Feb. 26, 191T: '
'r'.; school building in this city Kin 11. C. Christy, Miss Anne DeSa'us- all auto roads. of-the state, including''the Dixie Highway being
,
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simmee i.. expecting to erect a new sure J. C. Duncan,.. nanny M. Doul- i H- STANFORD COMPANY'r ;
school building in the near future and I lea, L.Ue; Fen Mr.. Annie McDuffle shown.. Can easily be carried in,your pet, , t
the different schools of the surroundIng Mrs. Jane McDevmltt Fred Scott, r, -

counties are being' visited so that I i Miss Rosa'Smich.Duran, S.;Summerlln' MissCoraVan .GET:ONE BEFORE.THEYARE, -ALL-GONE! Reliable Shoe Dealers ol O$ .olaCeutJ_ :.
, the better.points of'them-all-can-be Mr.--and Mrs/D. A. -Jul
'
4 coil blned. They were guests of Superintendent W.gely.'E.' J, Wh.ley. W. M. WiltoiuB : : "ff a
w Johnson at the San Juan ..'B. SIMPSON.' .
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Postmaster.
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I.'I:! Next Sunday; To Be Observed' r. GAINS A QUARTER OF F A AJ' :;')




\l ASNationatDay- of PrayerA LB.ADAYONTANLAGLeonldaa CLOSING OUT SALE !


: call to a national, 'day of prayer moved by'their sufferings to deepened Neal SaTs,Ile Feels] Uk. aNew .
tear bra Issued to the chuythes of sympathy and compassion remember Man All Over Since 'e

i Christ In America and to all(Christian ing: that with some of f these governments Taking Taalae i Feb. 14 and lasting Uatll Closed Oat.Everything .
i people by the federal council of the grave contentions bare arisen, Beginning ,
i to.,churches of Christ in America to makes and in 'continuing' our petitions for "I am gaining weight at the rate ofa to be Sold at .
a :t. waited intercession to God that His peace and righteousness' among the nations quarter of a pound a day since,taking -I .
L i f l I''.plrit may guide and sustain the Prey I we shaU'be fulfilling the com Tanlae and I feel lib % new man ( ,
;, Mont of the United States in all th. mand of our common Lord and Mar in every way," said Leonidas Neal, a ,
+momentous decisions of this hoar in ter."Above well-known boat builder of Klssim- Wholesale CostWholesale 'T
-. the life of the nation. Th. call as issued all search H
may we our own mee, a few days ago, when talking to .
is as follows: hearts, letting all bitterness and J. Z. Roberson, the popular druggisthere. '
t' "To the churches of Christ In America wrath and anger and clamor' and rail -

i ing' be put away from us, that the "I suffered for several years with 1 1I '
'"In compliance with overtures from fruit of the spirit may abound, whichis indigestion and general stomach I prices have advanced from 20 to 50 per cent since these goods were bought.
.'"tocal church associations and in the love, peace, long-suffering, faithfulness trouble," continued' Mr. Neal, "and all
,R belief that in such! action the council and self-control, and that aa a nearly everything I ate would sour on Thin u an opportunity once in a life time. You will find High Class M rcha.J1di.eln'

'.' :(;y expresses the mind and spirit of its nation we may ever be found peaking my stomach. Then gas., would form lines such Men's Women's Boys' Misses' and Children's Shoes, Men's and Boy's
f. ,\, thirty constituent bodies and of all tho truth, but'ever speaking the truthin and my stomach would swell up untilit as ,

::1 ", : phristian people, the federal council love. felt tight as a drum and a smothering Hats,. Underwear for Everybody, Dry Goods and Notions, Clothing for Men,and Boys,
:'- ,', t ;of the churches of Christ in America "By action of the executive -committee feeling would come over me so I ,
r J.'s 'earnestly recommends that Sunday, J. Ross Stevenson, chairman, could hardly get my breath. I tell you Hosiery, Collar., Dress. Shirts, Work Shirts, Work. Pants.
: ;tf"+ : ** February 18, 1917, be observed as a :and the administrative committee, Al- I I felt miserable all day long. My liver I L
national day of, prayer to make ourUnited bert G. Lawson, chairman, February was sluggish and I was terribly constipated .
.t intercession, to God that Ills I 0), 1917."Your and felt w rn-out and no account -
i spirit may, guide ondisustain the President Servants in Christ, all the time. I ,got: to getting,: Do Not Fail to Take Adpantage of these Low Prices
.. of the United States and dire: ts "FRANK MASON NORTH, worse and worse. until I vas bad off
of our representatives in the Congressof "President, and then I knew I. had to do some
the United States, in all the mo-* CHARLES thing. '' On 'Today's High Market.
mentous decisions of,this solemn hour M'FARLAND, "My good friend Robewcm advisedme ,
in the life of: the nation. "General Secretary to take Tanlac for jny trouble ..

..j t *Iri; offering our heartfelt prayersfor "The Federal Council of: 'the Churches and I knew he knew what he was Mew's Shoes and':Oxfords, worth '$6.50 and $7.OO, this Sale, $3.98
all the peoples engaged in war, Of Christ in America." talking about so I got Borne right '
, and it did just exactly what he is g' ,I' "' $4.50 this Sale, -, 2.98
.nn -11-- - -- n - -.- - - - - -- - n -- nn ----;------------------- away ,

v c: Kissimmee ,Board of Trade of said trouble it would.with I my haven't stomach had since a sign I Ladies'' Pumps, worth:' $4.00, this Sale, - '3.25.
'
1"1' started taking it and now I can eat

: To Hold Annual Meet Feb. 23 anything I want and enjoy: it, too.' I Misses and Children's Shoes Reduced; In Proportion. .
:::1)' '. feel fine all over. and. can go about my *

_..... .. work with a vim. All my strength
4 Ja -' -- has, JHen's' Muslin Underwear, worth 50c, this Sale ,35Men's
back.and..I.an.alnxost.s.emyself _
;; come .. .
.. .
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::z-:- The annual meeting of the Kissim with the view of merging the commercial increasing in weight I. can Women"and, '' Misses'< Ribbed. "Underwear, worth 50c, -
Board of Trade will be held bodies Talks recommend Tanlac to anybody whois "
:
aE mae on were made along ''
suffering' like I was and I know this Sale/ ,. .35
Zr ; the\ night of February 23rd, in the this line by President Stanford, and
,b Council Chambers, when officers' from actual experience it,will do the ,
by President'Pledger of the Chamberof 12 l-2c Domestic, this Safe, .' : .10
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work. ,
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1* will be"elected and committee appointed Commerce, and others, and it was 0
for work during the year of decided that committees previously There I. no a single' portion of the lOc Domestic i this Sale, .' .08
to be started." from body that is not benefited by the help .. .
tv activity Reports pointed both officials i f
,f fit a ,officers will also be received, and alto this omportant''matter by to urged consider to ful action of _Tanlac, which- begins "" ,25c.Nainsook,this Sale, .: :., :"t.;:* >*, ,. :J .. .20 '

: Lcether an" Interesting session of the get together, and be ready to report its work. by stimulating the digestiveand 1 .
I .. y trade body is antidpated. their findings and make recommendations assimilative organs, thereby en
.A meeting was' held last Friday .. on the night of the 23rd. riching the blood and invigorating the
which_was well attended but owing At this meeting President Stan- whole system Next, it enables the I .'
k h to the heavy work on hand in connection ford.was authorized to engage partiesto weak worn-out stomach to thoroughly H.
f IA : .with the Osceola, County Fair, canvass the city for rooms to take digest its food, promoting the assimilation F. LAWSON.
L in which every'member is doing his care of the hordes of visitors in the of the nourishing products to be
t ir" part nobly according,: to the report city and other maters of import were converted into blood, bore) and mus-
.: ,made by President Stanford, the elec- given attention. The session was a cle. : . Next to Corner Drug Store, In New Rivers Building, Kitsimmee, Florida !
n toin ''matter was postponed. Representatives most harmonious one, the spirit dem- It overcomes it is said, that great "
; f of the newly-organized onstrated being that of everybody do- excited cause of disease;"VeaJmess.' It
l, Chamber of Commerce mere on hand, ing his best for the further advancement : renders the body vigorous and elastic.It I'
upon invitation of the Board of Trade, of the city's interest., keeps the mind clear and energeticand "
n throws off the symptoms or nervousness
: and indigestion. It builds up I
1 Southern and the constitution weakened by disease I .
Ruralist Gazette ,
and mental and physical overwork,

1:1 quickens convalescence, and is an unfailing St. Cloud Department a

If .: Great Subscription Club Bargain from source such of troubles.comfort to all' suffering r N

Tanlac is sold in Kissimrnee exclusively ( ,
by J. Z. Roberson's Pharmacy, NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDER. CITY"' FROM OCR OWN "

In order to, give the public the best (further introduction. The wall chart I.tlIew ia in St. Cloud by, Seminole Pharmacy, ; SPECIAL- CORRESPONDENT f 1

n at all times the. Gaaelte has entered Work, which consists of three and in Kenansville, Fla. | 4 ..
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la
into-an arrangement with the South double sheets 28x36 inches
in size, _
LEWIS O'BRYAN TENDERS HIS ) '
ern Ruraltt! one of the best farming' bound together at the top by an enameled lion. Wm. Bircher, the late mayor p. m.. where,about 250 of the *r f _
a periodicals in ,the .South, whereby abargain'subscription ,strip with metal loops for hang- SERVICES TO UNCLE: SAMUEL of St. Cloud died at 11 p.. m.\ February were in line besides other orders
ing.' The front sheet has failure after
a splendid 5th, of heart an the'I
plan is offered at City Attorney Lewis O'Bryan who the school children and teachers, ._
.of the world, beautifully colored hour's" illness. Mayor Birch was
a rate which will appeal to all. In addition mar: varnished, showing the steamer Is a member' Governor Catts' mili- born in Indiana, July 4th, 1845,' and ing all of 500 or more in line of 't

u those who take advantage of the routes with distances between ports. tary staff, with the rank of colonel, was 71 years-7 months and ono day ade. The parade formed on .
offer will be presented with a new Around(he margin are the flags of all tendered his services to Adjutant. old at the time of his death. 'Early in chusetts avenue, down Eleventh '.
Wall nation., also areas in square miles. General Christian some days, ago, life he went to St. Paul, Minn., where New York; thence down Tenth o
+ Geographical Encyclopedia and population of each country. On when a break with the Central Pow he made his home until coming to St. to Pennsylvania and on Eleventh ,-
Chart which in itself is of .
thing
-
a reverse side, illustrations of the Pan- ers seemed inevitable. Mr. O'Bryan Cloud several years ago. The funeralwas Florida, thence to Tenth, and
beauty, and cannot be bought any ama Canal with complete statistics, hsa received acceptance of the offer held on Sunday at 2:30 p. m., in Teth to Oak Grove Park, where
where for less than 1.50. '
f data etc. On the in the event this country should be involved ,
next sheet is a large the G. A. R. Hall, the services being in.charjl"e following program was carried -
In other words for the small sum of in the -:." .
and comprehensive of great war. of the Rev. J. B. Westcott and .
map state '
$2.75 for a year's subscription to the your Song by the male quartet, after "f ,
Gazette will receive showing each county colored separate the Masons, the body was shipped for o Rev. Northrop led in prayer; then { ':
Valley you your
ly, railroadlf'and! distances, burial to St. 11
congress OOO..OOOO O..O ..Oto., on Wednesday morning joined in singing "America. Solo "
home paper for that period as well as \
-'a the farming journal, which is tonal and' senatorial districts, etc. Paul, Minn. Mr. Bircher leaves a Miss Jane Warner, reading of ,.
great
Aroond the margins are of wife two children, Mr. Geo. Bircher
portraits coln'a GettysburgAddress" by Dr. "
4 : twice month for three
printed a PINEOLAI
all the Governors: of the State and and Mrs. ClarsNiebulen, of St. Paul, G. Farris. A beautiful flag was
one
also the wall chart. Each
years "' ,.
1 when each served. On ,the 'revere Minnan dtwo grandchildren, -Irma
vented to the G. A. R. Post from ,
i of these alone is worth the price asked ,
f side is to be found a complete Gaze- and George Bircher, to mourn his loss. .
II"
:
,for the excellent combination., The I GROUND LIMESTONE
teer of the state with
Gazette's subscription is $2.00 the last census. he family have the sympathy of the
per The third sheet contains col- in bereavement.Mr. .
a good community their;
year, the Southern Rurallst 1.50 for ored map of the United States, also a /s Parttt. Dryftt, and ; ; Levi Shambon was appointedby
+ three and the Encyclopedia
Geographical
years Standard Parcel Post map of the Cheap*tt. the City Council to act as mayor in
Wall Chart is retailed at
i $1.60, which goes to show what a bargain United States laws with full parcel post Information ESTATE CHEMIST'S,ANALYSIS placeweek.: lIon. Wm. Bircher, who died The 'favorite Store of. Kisrimmee I
regulations, etc., also .
is offered at this time-and if Carbonate of Ume 97.73 per cent 0
lea ,you take advantage the new offer populaton Unted States.of. the The prncipal whole work ctes of the 0 Moisture' -.:______. 2.00 per cent 0 Mr. George Bircher and Mrs. Clara '

you will get all for the little sum of forty-two square feet of maps giving and ..Sand ....____..... 0.27percent,0O Niebulen, of St. Paul, Minn., arrived
here last where
$2.75. Friday, they were
Fs Never before has such an offer been valuable information needed in every 0 called,on account of the death of their
home office and school. We sell DIRECT to farmers 0 FURNITURE?
w made to the public, and it will be wise father, the late mayor, Hon.- Wm. ':<
As.said this and other 0
for all those who have not yet subscribed everyone should before avail}.,, themselves is an offer of that at limestone. growers' finely ground .i Bircher. Mr. George Bircher accompanied P

for the Gazette to take advantage once. The plan will work quickly, soget Its analysis I. HIGHER: than 0 his father's remains to St.
of it at it Paul, Minn., Wednesday morning.Mrs. '.
will
once, as
: ,
in
on the ground floor while the"groin's < south of Mason-DLxon line. 0
,
any
last : Niebulen will remain for I
only a limited time. Everybody sometime
knows the merits Of the Gazette, and good"Bring We keep in our warehouse .. with her mother. '
the reputation of the Southern Rural-'o I your new subscription to the several hundred tons of ground Mrs. D. A. Bias, 'who has been ...WE HAVE IT !
.f lat.Is such that the magazine needs'no, Valley immediately.Gazette' office, or mail it to us DRY limestone-which assures spending the'past month at the Bon- !
prompt shipments. 0e air House on New York avenue, left I

_ n______ We will SAVE you the middleman's Tuesday morning,: for her home at I.
'j profit and give :you absolutely Huntington, W. Va.
the best limestone on ,* I
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Center, I1L,
the market. '
c DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEY Our new machinery guarantees spent a few day. here last week, In connection: with our Hardware line we carry' a complete '
v the finest ground' limestone. + leaving on Saturday morning' for Bar of furniture. We make a specialty. of outfitting homes, and r'
Lakeland, Fla. where they will spend fondle reliable -
.q y. OSTEOPATH Pineola Lime Company some time before returning 'to their r
northern home.
:

r Corner. Drug Store Mondays,'and Fridays I *. Building OFFICE, Orlandot..rla.in Bank. of Orange 0 0 business S..J. Triplett trip to left Tampa.on Tuesday' for: a Bed Room Furniture, Dining

0. FACTORY at Pineola, Fla. 0 Mr. and Mrs. Bert-Alb rtso i and .
Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor r.
; L) _..,.,--._.._.-., 000.000..000000.00.00000.t"S. daughter, Dorothy,. arrived last, week -
..0 0..ooO tt.... .. .........9.... ..0.. ..o... from Bangor,' Pa., and will 'spend the Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
next few weeks with Mr. Albertson'sfather t

I.c. N. Albertson, Maryland
Atian'ic: Coast Line avenue. Couches, Etc. "

I Mrs. Geo. Main arrived home last r

Standard Railroad of the South ''I ; Thursday after spending some time ;
a with friends at New' Smyrna, Fla. This store i Is making a record for itself in the matter of
j The Elsie P. to
L 1 East Through Tourists Trains the Army and McElroy Navy Union Auxiliary met'on helping people to outfit home Come ,and see. Oar price are .

r Monday afternoon at Masonic Hall right ,
: THE [SPECIALLY ADAPTED The 'meeting was opened by the lady
TO EAST TO THE WEST commander, Mrs. Mary N. Hill. Two s}

new applications were acted ,.'and '
on
; "Hew York Ie Florida Special" "SemiDoie Limited" ,-For Your '" only a short session held on accountof TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS:

"; "Fia. &: West IDdiuaLimited" "ne SouthJaD f" the program for.Lincoln' Day. ,
,I The PrUcilla Club met o Friday afternoon
"Coast Line Florid..Mail" 'Dide Limited" State' February 9th, at the home of :
art No matter what land of nn,Engine you have-feas, Steam,
"P.Imetto Limited" Miss Cora Anderson, on Maryland
'Dixie Firer""SL.
avenue, with, twelve members pres- Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tools yon

,; Loaia-JacUoniJ, Express" ent. After a short business session need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, 'etc,
,::EW
EE
: Steel Sleeping, Can, Tampa te WuLiartoa, : : the Ing time fancy was work'pleasantly and in conversation spent in' do-, ,'all of the' best quality and workmanship cadet prices that wifl c a
Y
;: ? aladelpLia and New York. From Jacksonville to a.Icao. SL Lo.lioaimDe CL 1K.Oar Instinctive Catalogueand and after dainty refreshments were surprise yon. This tore has the reputation of handling only
hardware that I Is of superior quality and will make -
the club ao'it1take
served, adjourned to meet in yon
Cacinuati brand . Price List ....... .
Indianapolis, ClenlADei and Weekly ,
r Rapic i* two weeks with Mrs. Philpo.t on Mary- in coming hers NOW and Inspecting oar big stock "- --- -- " '
'Obsenaiioa Can-Ding Car.. land avenue and Eighth street. v'i
; .. .,., '' SEND', FOR The program for Lincoln's Day was tp
i. :.". ,For reservations apply t.. fittingly-carried out on Monday, the J
is !A. W. FRJTOT J. C; KIRKLAND THEM. TODAY''' parade leaving ,the G. A. R. Hall at .I

t DiYllioa Paasonger Aeat Dimioa Osceola Hardware ,
PaNeDer
Agent Company
Drives Out Malaria,Bands Up System
,13&w: Day St..:,TJackaouviU. HiDaboro Hotel, T..,., SEED 01JACKSONVILLE ThcOUStndud neural .tr.ti.tli*..ln. toaie I
OBOVB'O TA.ITRL8.a.4n1 TONIC. : 0.5xtatgf.rarkbe.taeeko&aadb.udwHbs
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;;l THE, U&SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,"FRIDAY FEBRUARY, Itl7 _

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Field Agent for Florida CALOMEL IS MERCURY 1i'SMENSt!
I :j, A NATION'S' PRAYER .1 :'



\I' Reports on Recent FreezeGAINESVILLE us. O Thou Almighty' leadership; our ears)nust be unstoppedto ACTS'' ON LIVER I LIKE DYNAMITE jj jj"Dodsw'i i:

TSACH .-Thy will for Otis nation ': hear' Thy :voice, 'and,,having seen! ,
,
and with strength-and heard, be ready to do Thy
Fla. Feb. 15 boxes of end- "UOOOO'krape. arm us may we ------=-------- .. ,, .
<- oranges from on high to follow Thy guidance. will in Thy way and in Thy good time.: .' 'Here's guarantees-Go-to drag
fruit In the state. liter Your 1Jror my any
Department I 1 JoHn starts
estimates :
the bureau of crop U. S. In the northern tier of citrus coun- Let ut not be moved by passion nor : We have grown selfish and self-cen( sk...and get a 90 cent bottle o1. DoO*,,. 4"I
of Agriculture, through the ,i ties, the loss of fruit was practicallytotal. controlled by fear. ' '"*., tered; we have longed for ease and ,Better Ttai/CHMlHd/ Doesil aon'a LiTer Tone. field agent of Florida has made a In the next tier to the south i and If' straighten ym1'right
I Grant that know leadership prosperity than for the; "
we may Thy more power'toserve Sdn.1 Make'Yot and make you feel fine) sod
up
Sick
careful investigation Into the, 'citrus the loss appears to be somewhat less, or ..... ,
of old mankind and thus Thee. morning 'waat to go
situation since the recent cold weather although 100 per.cent. is reported as a* clearly at Thy people serve vigorous by you I{
particularly as regards the fruit i badly In many localities hert. saw the pillar of fire by night and the But Thou hast.called us unto mighty Listen toVmel' -Take Jio more sick Dodeon'a back to 'the Liver store Tone and Is get destroying your moneys that

which remained to be shipped. The On the over hand isolated groves report cloud by day, but save ut from the responsibilities.! Help usto Accept the 'ening. salivating'ea.lornel when bilious or sale of calomel because It is real llrtl1' .sr "
field agent has visited personally a the fruit saved by firing. Partsof lack of faith in Thy guidance and burden and go forward in Thy name. constipated. lion't lose a day's work I medicine t entirely vegetable, therefore" 'r.:
very considerable part of the produc- ; Pinellas, the northern part of Polk, fromthe' failure to follow Thy teachings Let ut not be at those'of old who be. Calomel II mercury' or quicksilver cannot salivate or make'you.alck. '- . ing sections, consulted with authorities !-, that part of Osceola southeast of Lake which causes necrosis! of the bones, I guarantee that one spoonful of,Dod4
from every county except Brevard Tohopekaliga and Merritts Island, re which sauced the people of Israel cause they were neither hot'nor cold Calomel, when 1 It'' cornea into contact! eon's Liver Tone will put your sluggjslfr f t -
south on the sast const. In 'addition port the fruit loss as alight. The to wander' for forty years through the but lukewarm were'spewed out of Thy with sour bUe crashes into It, breakingit liver to work and clean your bowels of \' ,
several hundreds of inquiries were 1 samela true of the east coast south wildernett. mouth., tipt This la when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipated waat .t.;
sent to special list by mail, to which considerable proportion ''of the fruitis In this the hour of civilization And that this nation ''be nauvea and cramping.) If you are alufTi which ia clogging your system and make
there was a full response. 1 being, and will be''shipped; just supreme grant' may fish i and ".11 knocked out," If your Ing you feel miserable I guarantee) that .t.
From all data available.. it appears what this proportion will bt is proble-. when Heaven-given. human liberty united in thought and word and act; liver U torpid and. bowels'' constipatedor a bottle of Dodaon's Liver Ton will ; '
that approximately,85 per'Ctnt. of the; matical. is at 'stake, grant that we may not that all ill-will and hatred may be melt you have liea/'actie, dlutness, coated keep your entire family' feeling fine let '';
of the Young suffered tongue if breath Is bad or stomach sour months. Give It lldr-. It I. } ,
oranges and 76 per cent grape- groves falter when once we have clearly ed out of us and all the people fused grand -..
killed to the juat take' a spoonful of harmless Dod harmless doeaa't they like it*
the state b.aing
fruit remaining in were many .
mOle or less badly Iced. It is estimated ; C. C. severelY'1' heard Thy command.If into one perfect'whole, ready to hear, son's liver Tone on my guarantee. pleasant taste. I.i
it be Thy will that serve by and follow Thy command .
that there were' about 2,000,000r Field Agent for.} we [
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waiting, give us'the patient strength to Unto the leaders, the President and 1'

I do it; lif{ it be Thy.will'that we follow those in authority, give in large measure good boarding homes; 415 are in sotn*

USE FOR FROZEN FRUIT 1 I the awful perils of the armed contest, Divine wisdom" and in this hour' I.CHRISTlANENDEAYOR i school especlaUy suitable for their in"dlvidu.l rW;
need of educationand 2$
-- let us not do' so in any spirit'of vainglory may they have the strength<<; of body more were continued in such schools. :

Twenty-two the' trees were frozen and will not- be nor for any other reason than and mind and soul needed to enable Many are'yet in the receiving home;
ago oranges
that were ungathered years were all frozen marketable. The greater part of the willingness to serve mankind"by following them to do',Thy righteous will.- -R. H. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. NEWS some plaoed in hospitals because they

in Florida,''and the trees were killed. crop, however, had been gathered and where Thou leadesL E., Daytona. NOTES 1 needed medical help and so on down *
A freeze occurred in December 1894 had been sold for good prices. A number We 0 Prince of Peace .. e remarkable list of woes of child-Ufa) -
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and another in February, 1896 both of individuals will lose heavily, rule and for' the day when the .implements The Copy of the Kissimmee Valley relieved in different ways by the timely -
showing a lower temperature than but the loss to the state will not be NOTICE Gazette in"our office last week goes aid of our "Greatest Charity.
that which prevailed here a few days great at compared to the total of its of war shall be supplanted by to Mrs. Maud Little, state Epworth Florida Endeavorers have given gas'l.
airo. Florida had produced about five production. the tools for man's advancement, when Notice! la hereby given that the annual League writer,-'for' the, .help it will erously in past'' years but as God '
million boxes of oranges tho year before But it is possible that this misfor hate shall' give space to., love when OSCEOLA meeting"-of CYPRESS the wtorkholdere COMPANY of the give her,in every WilY. blesses us In growth it means thert ll'
the freeze and produced only tune may bring some compensation.; right shall be'might, when from winbe .held at the office of W... B. 4 are more to give than in former years.
-about quarter..of a million tho year The frozen fruit.can bo_made into ; I Crawford. at KlaalmmeeFlorida. en I. For'the many, eager-minded young Hence the total of contributions from ,, ,
; bounds .
shall be
after.:' Very many men ""were-bank marmalade, jellies, fruit extracts wine earth'sremotest ; I Monday 10 o'clockmy\ the tth day of the March purpoa.ISl'Z.e.t" of people who'are .becoming ChristianEndeavor the Stale C, E. Unions this :year, t? its
rupted and it looked as if irreparable and vinegar Of course, the state is heard- the glad cry of reunited families ]- electing director, and for the transaction experts these days, the fol- one special altogether mission work,,
harm had been done to the state. It not prepared to'use it all for this pur and reunited nations.' of such other bualnaa aa. may be lowing words by Abraham "Lincolnseem should largely exceed the amount '+
turned out to be a blessing- to the pose but it: should be used to the But we, know not where-Thou shall brought. before said. .' J.meeting.M. B. HOBAN.It especially true "I will study and given in 1916 or any other time of the
state at large, though for a time very greatest extent possible, and so used (- Secretary. and maybe my because year. Among New Year's resolutions, a
effectually disguised.- it will bring fully as Treat a profit as ..lead us ere.that day coin'e. and so come." And it certainly will each society might well include "mere
It was a blessing'' because on this if the fruit had been sold; :Everybody seeking not' our individual-or i national "training for,service pays.- than before for the Children'' HopwSodetT
Job of kinds is done '
frinting many in' 1917.
establishment who has should -
founded the
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as as
catastrophe -
was oranges many
of the vegetable industry? possible of them in this way and those .will,but Thine, we'beseech Thee that and done well, ''at, the' office. of the The workers' In.this office have received -, Next Sunday's consecration .tepid I
which is now one of larger proportions who have not could buy the frozen our eyes may be opened to see Thy Valley Gazette.' as a late holiday gift from the for Juniors is "our promises* and for.
than the orange industry. The fact fruit at the low price it would bring '. Springfield Presbyterian EndeavorersIn Young People's and Intermediates, e'
was Demonstrated that Florida could and convert it at once into the manufactured ,. Jacksonville, a.handsomely framed .. ." Seems sort of a link
prosper with.the orange trees practi- product. There is no reason* photograph of the gallant company between these subjects, but may it not
cally all killed. And then as time why the frozen fruit should.be wasted. that made the All-South Conventionlast come true for our readers
passed the orange trees grew again The man who has the grit to fight summer such grand success. The GRACE'A. TOWNSEND.
and noW this state produces nearly misfortune will win while he who sits FACTS ABOUT KISSIMMEE gift and the friendship that went with Interlachen Feb. 4, 1917.
twice as many oranges as before the still and submits to it without an effort It are apreciated more than words -can r
freeze: which killed the groves and will lose out. express.. ,
gets a much better price for them The cold spell may teach the necessity Edith'Krook SPRING TERM REVIEW COURSE
than,was"Dbtaintd then. of'using a considerable part of Mrs. Gates, long-time
It'has more than 5,800 population. district.and Pomona secretary' has APRIL S JCNB .. I1T
The cold weather a few' days ago the crop even in normal years as preserves
extended over the whole state, and did fruit extracts, wine vinegaror It is the leading market for cattle.. .. ? been very ill for aevral weeks, but's' Write for Catalog and full Inforraa- a
great damage. It killed vegetable jellies. The inferior fruit can be Its property is cheap and taxes1 ale low. l, now recovering In her winter home at t. tlon. .
crops, but they can wing againIn used in this way' with profit at any .It it almost totally free from mosquitoes. .' Lake Como.<. Mrs. II. A. Ferry treasurer JOHN B.STETSON UNIVERSITY ,
three weeks. and wile ready for time, and it is probable that more of It hat a'good, live, working Board of Trade. of the Pomona Society has spent DBLAND., FLORIDA ..:
while time with Mrs. Gates, as they are
the market high prices still pre- it will be so used hereafter than ,here some
vail. The oranges that were on tleL tofore,.-Times-Union. It has electric lights and telephone lyttem. .. intimate friends-the stand-by kind'
: It has fine tourist hotel and several commercial hotels.. ,. -
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1 Its soil will produce any variety of fruit flowers or vegetables. Something very pleasant; for Inter.l.chen 5
SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS YES! LIFT A CORN I
last
folks was having as guests
It has six churches of different denominations fine buildings.
OFF WITHOUT PAIN! .
Sunday, George A. Cavanaugh, now
L, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.. Ivy returned ? '- It is practically free from the tale of whisky or any other intoxi-' located in Palatka. lie was entertain

Wednesday from 'Isleworth Cincinnati Authority Tells How to cants ,' ed in the press superintendent's home
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where they have been for some time Dry Up a Corn or. Callus So It It.hat thofi. ne.t school I system 1>f.'town ,of its size. in theUnited and made a helpful talk at the Decision -
pletlon. It is expected that the Lute Off With Fingers. States' *fIt Day C. E. Meeting at the Congregational {

Messrs. Keller.'and families will soon "You corn-pestered-men and women has modern municipally owned waterworks and sewerage systems, friends also.church Please; made do many not forget new!

be aome-of the busy Shingle Creek need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes It has nearly twenty miles of splendid cement tidewalkt. when sending state union pledge,
farmers.: that nearly killed you before says I It has a Masonic; a Knights of Pythiai. Odd Fellows, Woodmen of money that Mr. Cavanagh's address. in j ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS

The W. C. T/U. Contest held at the few this drops Cincinnati of freezone authority applied, because directly the World Modern Woodmen and Junior' Order United-American Me- now atka. instead of Tampa,.Box 47,e Pal Very w..o C.m.l. I4aw Ma.alaery..( Mill ..p.......
school house was greatly appreciated chanics. A'State
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>ta k. Catale .d Fra.e.
tender callus
by those who were present.F. on a aching at once corn and or the It has three line of railway and i is the terminus of two of them. 'B. .. A..UU-
stops soreness soon Superintendent Duncan
II. Tyner and son, Walton madea
trip to the hills to look after their corn or hardened callus loosens so it f It hat an excellent weekly newspaper.It Curry is getting out out at regular MALSBY MACHINERY.
cattle. can be liften out, root and all, without -, has the most attractive country dub house in the State. intervals s splendid bulletin tellingthe'conditions .....1. ..Bay ... JaatawatvtU C :
Wm. Ivey, who is here from WyomIng pain. x : It it on the'banks of Lake Tohopekaliga one of the most beautiful' i iI of each district as to
A small bottle of freezone costs : -rl' ... h. ' *. rating in the Dixie Standards.- copy
visiting reatives and renewing acquaintances I lake on this continent , i &
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',.;. .', thinks this a wonderful very little take at any off drug store hard but soft will 1 :7;1'.,, It is the. healthiest town f in the United State tnTanSlVdedi' < of this letter is sent each society from
positively every or his office in Jacksonville.This is a '.
lie if.he were a '
country. says this his home.young corn or callus. This should be tried, rate being let than 3 to the 1000. plan that cuold not be excelled. SEED BEANS SCARCE '
he would make ,
man,The Junior: Leagues enjpyed a very .. it is inexpensive and is said not to- Its streets are shaded with maiiive 'oaks and its'boul v rds and?,. ' Pk. Bib

pleasant afternoon the schoolhouse irritate the surrounding skin. lawns are covered with Bermuda'gratt. In the annual report for the Chil nefug-ee-or 100 to '-.-'1.71. )!.... "
If your druggist hasn't any freezonetell It i il in the of the Red Valentine .__ 1.1. 10.0
Wednesday. Games were played and him to get a small bottle for you center orange-producing section "Florida.. shipping drone Horn Society Mr. Fag gives Black VaJentla- -___.. S.7C !.... }
dainty refreshments were.served. from his whole sale drug house. It is hundreds of cars of the fruit yearly.It many interesting figures During BtrlncleM Green Pod.* i."* I....-
Miss Mildred Anderson returnedMond.y hat the best climate, both in winter and the thermometer there was given care, homes or Hodaon Wax <_._-..__ 1.00..12,00 '
fine stuff and acts like a charm,every summer. a deto Selected Tom.. Wa..... melon wed
from her school at Cypress 922 children and for 792 it was
seldom 92 lower than 36. ,
time. going over or Tie Ib 10 lb lots doe lb-J Bloom- 4
Creek. Her sisters, Misses Margaret for the first time. Thirty-eight were fleld'a !"IT' bu. ,
prollfla seed earn tie
It is in the of the finest Florida.
and Alberta who had gone to attend Tstarted center hunting section of placed in good homes for legal Adoption I ph. ,'.10 bu.;' Extra arlr North
the dinner given on the closing at a previous time. The children It i il the head of navigation of chain of lakea'a ad riven reaching -* 81 went to relatives-and several Carolina grown cotton. s..d.. IMS
day, returned with her. showed their parents some of to the Gulf. This water route i il three hundred miles in length and were replaced'hi homes.. Eighteen I bu.i awed,Extra f 1.60 bu.arlr- North 8e* Island Carolina cotton p.arruta > ,
The Shingle Creek school closed their "Busy Bee" work and rendereda abound with beautiful tcenery throughout. Tourists who have traveledthe mothers found with their babies good fl.71 bu.; Reoleaned beggar
Friday. A picnic dinner was prepare very nice program after -which entire continent pronounce it the finest inland water trip in family homes, and in three cases both weed ... tfo Ib, tP'
ed and brought by the ladies of the everyone Hid ample justice to the father and mother went,, with their Write 'for complete catalog -
community. The gentlemen came splendid dinner. Regardless of the America. children to some kindly horn where Bkwmfield Nursery & Sad Co.
early and completed putting un the cold weather everyone seemed to work doubtless was found for the par- _...leeu., Fi.rtda
school yard fence which had been have a very. pleasant, time. entsif, able to do it. Sixty-six. are in'

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..:;. /+Styles That Speak Emphatically of Smartness AS TO THE ,LATEST' */s0oe IDENTIFICATION o0gooeoo00oo0oooa0aoe OF DISEASE Pplitical.. FOR.Announcement MAYOR-- .

>*'; *
r \ I hereby annuonce myself a* a Iat Vr IN SPORTS CLOTHES *. If or Mayor of the City of Kie-
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in
TU1Ool sim ask'for the
March tandel.... ctfuliy .
--' Few people in Florida;outside the

r the many Nothing .be.. been more Wired of tassel, for taaaela are very much medical profession, have an, adequate support athorough of all and citizens business-like who believe adminlatration 'in- ,

, -h- McCall during the past season than .porta worn at present I both on dresses and realization of the comprehensive work of city e
hats. The for tassala Ja almost
1
.i.MNGSTON.
clothes, a. much so, that nowadaysthey vogue and. being done by the, State Board of
Designs;.for on a par with that for beads
'. I bar* come'to be Just a* essential braid, the two most fashionable& trim Health. .. FOR MAYOR

-,Febru'ryEatl..ftl.Ma. a part of th. modem woman', ward wings that have taken with such ten- To many, possibly a, majority, lit myself candi-
I hereby announce a
rob*... bar evening'' (own. In tbaatyUa acity.In '
t function. ar.- limited to a general date for the office of mayor of the
afternoon frocks of chiffon
L shown at present for Southernwear Georgette, and on separate waists or oversight of health in the state, ,to town of Kiasimmee, subject to the. ,action .

.,,.- theN I. ditinctly a strong accent the white chalk beads make very effective guard against the invasion of disease of the white man' primary to beheld
the first Saturday in March, 1917.
... dresses that on this women type at of Southern dress; for reaortawear fashionable and white.decoration on pale blue, flesh and epidemic from outside its bound If elected, I pledge myself to give the

are practical at. their sport ,clothes from early, Chiffon i. rapidly taking the placeof aries and to assume complete controlof duties of the office my very best at-
tractive morning until it is time to change to administration whenever disease in tention. Respectfully
1 and easily .1.I I Georgette, the best authorities say, .J./W. 1 MPSON.
I reproduced evening: gown Au.a, result of this but Georgette,dressea are still in epidemic form gets beyond the control .
by % rage the variety, to be found under evidence and two shades of this sheer of local health authorities.In MAYOR '
FOR
the home 2 reu- the label of sports clothe is nothing: material are Often combined in a general, the functions of the
maker. ,' I short of amazing: _Aa a rule, bright dress. .One dress combining light health board, whether municipal, To the White Voter'' of Kissimraee. : r
of
and dark tan, and another of white county, state or national, Is to prevent I take this mean's announcing my
for the office of of
and pale pink The disease and the invasion of disease candidacy Mayor
I were recently seen.
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of Kissimmee subject to the
the ,
city
.r L result it. Ita'work is to antici-
not to
... was exceedingly attractive. cure White Primary to be held in March-
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." Some of the new chemise dresseshave pate and prevent conditions that and if elected will fulfill the duties of a
McCallPatterns : their straight lines broken by might invite sickness, leaving to the the office to the'best of my ability and
deep flounces. One of these is illustrated individual practitoner the treatment in conformity with the laws of theestate t
.iF here. It bas a side-pleated ment and cure of individual cases.,. and the ordinances of the city-
.i flounce'which comes above the knees Florida's health board has, in several I t respectfully solicit and will appreciate -
and the waistline' Is defined by a deep directions, established precedentsby your support. '
1 1McColl Paisley girdle in soft crush effect. enlarging the scope of the ordinary JOHN S. CADEL.
NOW ON SALE' Further trimming is added in the health board, especialy in providing .
Prtwr N m 7 77.7sel! Meed P.,_N..7S7J simple touch of braiding around the facilities beyond the reach of the in- FOR CITY CLERIC.

,. I neck and armholes. dividual practitoner for the promptand I hereby announce my candidacy"
: A. S. GILBERTKissimmee I : Rumors of a New Silhouette accurate diagnosis-elf disease. It for re-election to the office of 'City- .

\ Rumors of a new silhouette have has gone beyond every other state, ,Cleric: ,-subject to the action of the- .
e' .- Florida been causing a stir in fashionable cir* health board in this country in its white man's primary to be held the:
clea. In fact the rumors have been work of educating the people in matters 1st Saturday in March, 1917.
turned to reality, for, the new barrel of health preservation and sani- Not being a stranger to the office
-- skirt has been' in tation. Florida's Health Train Is
already seen Paris one '
...... ... ...... . ... .. .. .. ..... ... ..OOO..4I. J 0ee of the few "schools on wheels". for or the good voters who have dealt so-
kindly with me in the past I now ,offer -
sanitary education and in its eqUiP-I
1 my past record as a guarantee
ment and
adaptability for its
I. Cold Storage for Fresh Meats I is the most advanced in this countryand further service, should I be returned: '
in the world. to the office. J. R. GILBERT.

_, . !. ....,..-:> ,.' 1 ...-. .The department of sanitary engineering FOR CITY CLERKI -
D ...... has counterpart; so- far,as
I Storage, Rate Beginning cember.Z.t: Is known, wher by problem of providing "hereby, announce myself a* SL
pure watertsupply and scientifi- candidate for City Clerk of Kissim

Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Da,... .t cally constructedsewer systems, are mee, subject to the voters of th- .

F Curing Pork read.lor".mokinar.1' 1-2c..- pound Studied and aolved ."without cost to White Primary be held in March.., I
,
per' '
-- - 1'm municipalities. and sections of the Beirfg thoroughly competent to conduct '
Twenty. Day .'.. O MCCAU, state. the affairs of this important office -,
Curing and Smoking, Twenty-five Days, 2c per pound / In its six laboratories Jacksonville in a systematic and businesslike -

Tampa, Pensacola, Key West, .manner, I solicit the support or
Miami, and Tallahassee-the board all voters promising, if elected, the, I
Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will do I provides ample facilities for the most' closest attention to business and 'I
prompt bacteriological testing of' conduct of office with satisfaction toan. -'
the rest specimens submitted for examination TOM WOODALL.
and Deport, and the value of such ex. -..:...--_ I I
IA Sports Frock Developed in the New amination is but partially appreciated -, FOR CITY TREASURER '

Plain and Dotted Silks even by the medical profession it To.the White Voters of Kissimmee: '-
KISSIMMEE ICE &, COLD STORAGE CO. self.As Desiring to serve the citizens In the
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coats or blouses are worn with white is well known, the absolutely capacity of City Treasurer, I hereby'
r or light colored skirts. Included in the ...JI correst diagnosis of some diseases in make my announcement for the office-
...000..o..0.ootoOo oo. oo..0. o.00oo.oOOOO. the list of gay colors that are used, I their incipient'atages, is net to impossible subject to the white primary which Is
1 red is often found, which is rather un even by the most skilled physic to be held during the month of March

usual as this color has been looked lane, especially as several( diseases and, if elected, will use my besteffortsfor ,
v. '.......0..0..0.0..0000000000.0.0..0.. upon formerly as more appropriatefor closely resemble each other in their the proper and faithful performance "
fall and winter than for'spring earliest symptoms. Occasionally several of the duties of that position.. .,'_
WE HAVE SOME GOOD BUYS and summer. day may elapse before a physicIan Confident that I am thoroughly qualified ;
Sports_clothes 0lIilks and satins can be certain what disease l.e has to handle the requirements an
it Fine home on Ate Dixie Highway modern house, bath, hot and appear in greater numbers this "season 0 MuC LL ,i if to combat and before he can confident such official, I respectfully solicit the

cold water small bearing;grove fine garden. A good buy and a than those of cottons. There are, ly For begin the the proper treatment.- support of all good citzens, for.which.
however novelties in identification of
diseases
some cottonswhich some I am thankful in advance.
bargain. promise'to prove very popular.One there is one, and but one, infal A.. M STORY.
Forty-acre, farm, excellent I land, all fenced'and part in cultivation of these is cotton gabardine lible test in the earliest stages It is v.

: email house, bam and about one hundred small trees. Price brightly striped and plaided in col- founded on the certainty of establi.hed FOR MARSHAL
ors. Basket weaves whch'have the I scientific investimtinn and tint n..> I lIerebv__ annonn_ __ to my _et.nds_.._ 1 d
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only $1,200; term a sometimes mistakenL u'j;;; dg that I will : =
new striped and dotted designs also Flounce i be a candidate for re-
) A number of city'lots, beautifully situated, high and dry, at a have a' fair'showing and the heavy Chemise Dress With Deep ment. There is for each of,the diseases election to ,the position of City Marshal J'T.

low price and on monthly payments Come in and talk it over. linens will undoubtedly be worn. and Wide Paisley Girdle most commonly to be, handled, subject to the will of the whlte- ,
w '' The sketch show one of the favorite t a specific organism or germ. Science voters in the approaching primary.'
"' M.: G. KIBBE & CO. models with the smart hip-length; and New York. The barrel skirt has identified these germs, classing I place my record before the people- Tf

'' 1 ,' Chicago( Kjfiimmeev Orange Center. blouse. Stitched box' pleats, starting which produces this new silhouette, each with the ailment that results as my platform, and If re-elected to-
from under a deep yoke and disappearing wide below the hips and narrowing from Its invasion of the human sys the responsible.position which I have-
: ...........OOO..O.oo..OO..O..ooo o..O . .. .o beneath the pleated pockets, down toward the ankles, is a strong tem, but the identification of these held in the past, will give the officee
give the Norfolk effect! which has always contrast to the straight-line' frocks bacteria requires expert bacteriological the same careful and ptinstaking- .
y --- ------ - -------- fashions. search
/ inspired by the medieval and for such
been considered a good style research few consideration in the future. I ,
respectfully .".
for outing wear. Whether or not it will be accepted is physicians are prepared either by experience yak all white ,
of still a matter of doubt. The barrel or by laboratory' voter for- {
Separate coats fuzzy white ma- 'equipment, their which -"
support I
.. terial, somewhat like blankets, with skirts that have been seen so far ap; and right: at this point the State will be assure 'you: : i JI
Re FLOYD-: stripes of many color. around the pear in different rofms and some are Board of Health offers its services to appreciated.G. .-i,' '\\r;,. '. ,
: W OVERSTREET.
edge, and also on the collar and cuffs, tot unlike the "peg-tops": which were every physician of Florida. , .
are among the latest offerings in fashionable some' two or three years The laboratories of the Board are FOR COUNCILMAN
Dealer In sport attire. The colored stripes are ago. It Is very likely that the barrel always ready-practically they are I wish to announce -
4 also carried out.in ,the same way in skirt, if it takes at all, will not at never closed and upon receipt of a membership on the my City candidacyfor Council
I coats of oysterwhite.New once replace the straight frocks. It specimen of blood or sputum or other of Kissimmee .
subject to the
Groceries Nay Grain and Feed fad of the moment and germ-bearing material will or
Note in Frocks may be just a taken from the voters in the- white
primary to be
Wide girdles crushed softly about it may be taken seriously by those the patient, the analysis is made by held in March. If
chosen
the waist are quite often seen on the who are tiring of the chemise dresses. the expert workers and the germ is I to the.office
Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. new dresses: They are generally of Time only will tell, but in the meantime identified,and classed. The report of the pledge effice myself to fulfill the duties of
the
satin or silk in some bright contrasting we need hardly have our peace the examination is immediately sent to best of my ability,
Try Us Oft Your Next ,Order For'Feed color and almost invariably end in I of mind disturbed about it. to the physician by telegraph, it and according to the ordinances of the city
. .... necessary, who lias made the inquiry. respectfully! solicit the support of
By this method several days of valuable all citizens. S. B. AULTMAN
10 CENT "CASCARETS" caret tonight will give your con- time often are saved in beginning
stipated bowels a thorough cleansing the FOR COUNCILMAN
IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor proper treatment of.: the'case, and "
and straighten von out in the the time saved I hereby
may mean a life saved announce my candidacy
...,. ...... .o..o.o.o ...o .......... .o.o..o. morning. They work while you Formerly water analyses to deter. foe member of the City Council of
Stoma'ch box from
Sick Headache, Sour sleep-a 10-oe your mine the chemical and
Sluggish' Liver and Bowels-They druggist will keep you feeling,good \of the supply used bacteriologicalcontent Kissimmee, subject to the action of
H S. S..GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE lOne lf months \ for domes.
the White \
l\\ Work While You Sleep for tic purposes came to the laboratories Man's Primary in March.

In a communication from Mr. J< E. of the board, but'sinct' the establishing Having been a resident of this city

thousand in southwest of Lake Librellinf Furred .Tongue, Bad Taste Indigestion be' of the sanitary engineering department for many years, and thoroughly acquainted -
Orange states
acres County, Apopka; Sallow Skin Mattock of Lake county, a it has had"charge of this with the needs of the municipality -

i pine land, two miles of lake. shore,.three miles of improved road, Headaches, come from and a torpid Miserable liver that the cold snap, while injuringsome branch of the work: ,I feel that I can be of service-

mile trees and some fruit, did in the office asked for, and respectfully -
early oae being brick road. and clogged bowels, which cause young; .
your stomach to becomo filled with not cause any serious damage. solic'it the votes of everyone desir-
Also 500 acre'oa, OrIaDdoaDdlCiaaimme.; brick road, and ether undigested: food, which 'Hour and : GONE FOR GOOD ing business-like and systematic administration
Ferments like garbage; in a swill of public affairs. '
mailer tract "S barrel. That's the first step to Mr. William Walker of Old Forge> B. E. HALEY
Pa. is visiting Kisimme for the first ,
,A number..of piece .f interesting property in cities of Kiuimmee, untold gases, bad misery breata- indigestion, yellow, skin foul, time, and expects to remain four Results, .That to Last Are What Appeal I FOR COUNCILMAN

Orlando and Apopka For price and teem, write or see owner. mental fears, everything: that i J. months. lie is a .guest' at be Lincoln Kiaslramee- People Desirious of serving the City of

horrible and nauseating. A Cas- House. Kidney sufferers in Kissimmee in the capacity of Councilman

r S. S.'GRIFFIN' .1 &: 3. Watkins Block, Orlando._ TI 1 ._ __ want more than_temporary_Kissimmee relief... I hereby-- make- my announcement _
..O..O.O.O..Go.. .O.oo..tOO.. OO .O..OOOO.. They want results that last- rand asor the support of alF
KISSIMMEE OFFICE: In GriBTn's Garage 8.12 Poaaiel Ave. Results like friends and citizens in general: sub-
Mrs. Seaver
tells
Ject
about. to the White Primary to be held '
0000000t In March, and if
elected will fulfill
FAVORITE FERTILIZERSARE Her was n thorough test.
the duties
'of the office to the best of ,
Eight year is a long time. my ability and in strict conformity ,
Doan's Kikney Pills have stood the with the city' ordinances.
Your
t; f..ene C. Bryan..Pre*. A.. H. Bryan,.Vice Pre*. P. K. Weaver Sec'y.lreu.: THE BEST FOR AlL CROPS I test and stood it well. will be vote

Why experiment with an untried appreciated.F.. II. LAWSON.
SPECIAL FORMULAS medicine? .
. People here in Kissimmee have FOR COUNCILMANI

. St : : CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS shown the way. take this' means 'in" announcing-
Read Mrs. Seaver's ,
story: my candidacy for re-election as Coun-
'
CORN, TOMATOES Mrs.- R. L., Seaver 324 Bermuda cilman _of the city of Kissimmee at

Ave., Kissimmee, says: "A dull.nagging the primary' to be held in March, ao- ' .,
Write for our new price list onall brands Agricultural. Chemicals. ache in my back kept me in mis- liciting the support of all citizens "I
ery. At times, if I stopped or at- who want a business-like administration
Bryan Realty Insecticide. Materials, Etc. '.
Company tempted to lift anything, it hurt me I of public affairs, standing on my
'. BEST MAINE SEED poT tOES awfully. The kidney action was ir- I record in the aldermanic bedy in the '
GRAYSJONE regular and mornings I felt all past. EUGENE C. ,BRYAN.I I
worn
r CASINO .
'
. are arriving daily-get our price and get the best. out. Doan's Kidney Pills gave me .
We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributingin more relief than anything else I had I FOR COUNCILMAN

I' rows or broadcasting. Excellent for 'all Fertilizer, Lime. 'Ashes. my ever kidneys taken. again The backaches acted left and" re-election hereby announce to the office my candidacy aa''Council-for 4
regularly
; and soft Phsophate. (,Statement given May 21, 1908.) man for the City of Kissimmee, Sgb- ..
jest
USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon OVE'. SIX YEARS LATER, Mrs. to the action of the Whit ,primary -

: Grave.:Timber I and trees for r Seaver said:_."Nothing has altered to be 'held during the month w' ,JI'
OrsMige We Pay Taxes far Nonces*. < your citrus sure results. Manufactured by.J. Schnarr- high opinion of March, and respectfully> solicit the
of
':CetUe Kadckea. Country and Menu'and Act as Owner's fie Co.. Orlando, our subsidiary.. 4 my Pill for they cured me.Poan'" Kidney and support of all citizens desiring a clean ,": .ti s
business-like ''-
; dry Property' A.teAts for Rental Property' Price 60c- at all administration of -; ',
dealer
.
Don't
public affairs '
.Khr and
IF' THE INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY. IRoan'a!simply ask for a kidney remedy-get platform my past record.presenting. as my: '
Kidney .Pills the .
-
same that ,
.JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Mrs. Seaver has twice publicly W. W.CARSON. ;;J

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- -- THE KISSIMMEE. -VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY...FEBRUARY" !" 1917 _ '. ELEVEN


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ARMOUR &: COMPANY TO GIVE on the lOCh day 'of March KIT,, structlon pupil between the ages ot; keep .accurate record,of th. attendance to' me known to 'b* the per. above styled" caus* that the rpo .
P the City Council chamber of the city eight fourteen years, ehall keep| all pupil to render weekly reportS FRAK In and wb*.executed th dent,..r.lnllo.named I* believed tdb '

BLOODED CATTLE TO THE (offKlsslmme*. and publiclY canvass the such ..or.ne of at.ndanc.of said Chile to the Att.neano Officer ..ne the foregoing Instrument and aoknowlet. a ... corporation locatedat I
: such report Philadelphia and that relief I.
r.'urn. in accordance with the prl or wtl County of Instruction ed thC execution thert'to P
STATE OF 'FLORIDA SOON I law of Florle.and declare of the are herainafteirequired of'all pupils Imperfect In' attendance free act and defd use* and purposes ought In the suit against tIme
what candidate nom' ,of teacher public schools; showing all ab.enoe.excused therein .n said respondent as a trustee under the
-. i mated for each office voted for and otherwise the attendance upon any suet and un"aou..d and -of IN WITNESS fEOP I have will of Hamilton Dlsston d.oa.e I
I the chairman and secretary ol this, private or church school refusing or an eiCused state the I hereunto set my hand ". my Is therefore ord.r.e that on
The following- from a recent issui I commIttbs.wIthIn two days th.r..ft.r, neglecting to keep.ucl records and to Cor which the pupil was excused.rea.of seal this the day and "* writ- Savings Fun4 D.p.lt.TI I, .
of the Florida Times-Union will b4i I certifythe names of ... cndl. make such report not be accepted Sec SO It shall be the duty of the )0.1 Trust of Hi.',
Interesting to the stock of th. .h..1 the nomination any In II.u.t attendance upon a publi.schooL. County Board ofPublo Instruction ol } cal n W. 0. KINO W. PNotary : and tn* same Is h.rebyyequired to b*
: growers I office r.c.l.lnl,. authorities of KI..lm.'m. each county to this Act to b. Public, State of Florda My and app..r to the Bil of CondplalsA
'state: "Armour AY Co. has presented to' .. as the nominees of this party for S.e 11. Rsea. the state of Florida, through the alrri., the office to be voted for at the gen In any case In ,which the the publication of the Act of the Legislature on or beforeMonday the fth day
cultural college of the University of; end election to be' held March 11. HIT. chlld'a phy.lel or* mental conditions In full In some newspaperpublished 11V CIRCUIT COtTRT STATE of March A. I). 117 otherwise the
A.. **_..<* ks .. by any competent physlclarbefors In the county If there bone FLORIDA aid Complaint wil.. dan "
Flroida a blooded bull and heifer For the purpose of defraying the ex. any court having Jurisdictionunder and If there be none, then to distribute course of Jaw, b* taken ont.....

These animals arrived "*t the local pens.. of the primary .I.cton. IncludIng this Act rend.r Its attendance and Rive It the widest circulation R. lf.. '. C..i.is.st. .Rice against said r..pone.nt It further
"branch of Armour & Co. Saturday the payment of and Impracticable or Inesp.dlentl; or In any In the form of a circular at least .. HeKrr. nefesidaat-.....* Jmdlelal ordered orde. b. published '
clerks printing of ballots etc., the following case In which the child resides ,tnor four week prior to the op.nlnl of the eUi Cswyi.!. 'one* a week for consecutive
,', morning1. They will be kept here for assesmente are levied against than two,miles--I the nearest tr..le schools for the school b..lnnlnl Circuit. week In the Klsslmme ValleyUasette

'ome time on exhibition for the bene. prospective candidates for the various route from the ,school ; uly I. 111. and Annually tl.r..t.r i keaeerj. a weekly newspaper publ.he
11 t of the public. offices to be filled. transportation I* not provided; or In In their discretion It be n..ry., and of general circulation 4n
which It appearing by affidavit .Ppfnd. of Klslmme of-'Oceela, and
Mayor five any case of extreme poverty. II Si-c 11. All laws and parts of laws county
Tha bull weighs about 750 pounds, Clerk five eolar.. the service of such chle .. necessary In conflict! with the provisions of this to the bill flied In the abovestatedcause Stat of Florida Witness the Honorable
:and the helfe..bout 900 pounds according Ire..urer. five dollars for Its own th* supportof Act are hereby repealed. that ROB B. Potter the de.fend.nt James W. P.rkln. Judge of
to E. J. Faires superinten- Marshall and tax collector five ilol its p.rent.as attested b,the ..fldavit 8.q. IS. This Act shall take effect therein nan.e I* a nonresident said Court.nt a* CI.rI
tars or p.r.nt.and Immediately upon its passage and approval of the Bt.t. Florida and I* the seal of
lent of the stock yards. They stood City two such wlnessea as the Officer by the Governor. a resident of (1 Street. Platts- Court at Klaslmm Osoeola County,

the trip from Chicago in good shape M.mb.r '. Council 10Uar. may require! or In any case in Approved June S, 1.15. burg. Stats ot.New York over the Florida on thl* the 1st day of Febru
The of the gift, is to improve .pt., which suld parent, guardian or other The following are appointed to act age of twenty-on )' ; I* therefore A U1.
purpose The folowlng Inspectors and clerk control of J L.
a said
person having charge or at said election- ordered that npn-rsldent OVERREI
the breed of cattle kept by, the agricultural are hereby designated to conduct the child shall show before any magistrate J. M Gardner. JI N. Bratton and) Z. defendant be, and la hereby requiredto As Clerk Cour afor.hl .

school.: They will be sent to aid primary election. by affidavit of himself and of 'Y. Lilly, In.pector and A, E., Thomas, appear to the bill *f complaint ,(Circuit Court Beul) t '
Gainesville and put upon the UniverSity Inspectors: II N. Uratton. E. O. Vans such witness as the Attendance Officer . 1 I filed In said cause on or before Monday JOHNSTON GARRETT
with the other cattle. Agnew J. W. Lilly. may require that the child Is Without Don by'order of the Board of Puble the 6th day of A. D. ,1(17.otherwise As Counsel for .Comp.lna.t 7-4t
ranges Clerk A. R Thomas necessary books and clothing for In.truclon. this the find day the ...M..rch said hill
here. They are of the Slm-thon S-tt a H, BULUOCK Chairman. attending school and that the parent A D. 1 1. b* taken by ....Idd.f.ad..at .
In Court for the Judicial
Is the Chairman. .11 ..e""fe..e Circuit
breed, and it is believed that they are unable to provide necessary W. BASS. Circuit of the State 1..nth .
excellent stock for the Fli rldiranges. NOTICR hook and cloning; Pro.ld.4 that whenbooks Attest: C-K YOWKLU ordered that this order Osceola In
> and clothing) that when Ceunty Superintendent.NOTIrEOF I furth.r In and for County. Chan-
be published once a week far F. Stroup and D Frank
other .ry. A
through charity, or by meana R
.- Notice I* hereby given that the annual four consecutive wek. In the Kis Tom
the child shall 'no longer be exemptfrom A T* 'I tore compl..ln.nt. I
of the rPLU.A.OJ Ff
of the stockholder a.w"pap. .
meeting school attendance under this AND simmee Valley O..t. a r.w. r..pnd.nt. Quiet Ute
D. A. BASS ANNOUNCES FOR FLORIDA RED CYPRESS COMPANYwill provision; provided, further, that,when OREI'. 1NnrR. STATUTES OF,TIIK published In and state. all '.
be held at the office of W. B a teacher I is charged with Inefficiency, STATE This Strd day of January. HIT.J. may concern. It appearing from the '
MARSHAL AND COLLECTOF Cr.wfore. at Kissimmee Florida misconduct or cruelty, such beIng ...LR.O.NOJC' 1,.. OYERSTREH1. worn Bill of Complaint filed In the
(th day of irch 1911, at made writing and char. the I* hereby given that NATH Court above entitled cause that there are
-, II o'clock .m, for the purpose of Trustee of\the Special "fl.d wih DI.trlct .- PRTER pnrchsaor of Tax Certifi. By & II. Deputy ., persons Interested In th. property In-
&hol UK
In another column will be found the electing dlrotor.and for the tran..o.ton -. or with the County Bord Pub .. and .UI date the 7th (Circuit scribed In the Bill of Complaint 'La'said
of business a* may b case, other than the known Fespondents
by a or guardianof day of July A. D. said KRIRB8 d> STEED
UI
announcement of D. A. Bass olour
one before said certificates In and has a* named therein, and that
m.tnt. child attending the school beIng m mad. Solicitor for Complainant. .
any
best known citizens, who aspirei M J\ taught by Much teacher, then the application for !ot\o., D..d to .. -C the name of such other persons so Interested .'
Marshal) and S-tt Secretary. to law. are unknown to complainants,
to become City Tax Collector attendance of such child shall not be .c"ordanc. TO
enforced until after embrace the following NOTICE CREDJTR. and th.r also appearing to b* certain '
which position is now being NOTICE) .ELECTION of such charge has a tul In".tlalon d..crlb"d C.rtfet. lying -, ,respondents to said Bill wa
:held by G. W, Overstreet and who .is a board with which .sam was filed,and "lu.t. Osceola County .ne Stt.b.lnl 1st Cewrt ef th* C*...y Jsidg. OMla *- baptismal names .and Initial
candidate for re-election.v In compliance with Chapter S811 the said teacher acquitted or.aoner.te4 Florida to-wlt: C**.ty. .*t Pi.rtds.I. given becauaa they are unknown and ', .
State of Florida If 15. notice la hereby ..bon . .(T) of Block SS of Marydla that rle I* la the said Bill of ',
Mr. Bass needs no introduction to given that an aWtlon will be hold aKleslmmee. and Lot Two arab.'J. AMI .r"e* said unknown
the people of Kissimmee, and everyone In Sschoil hoard Dlstnul Sec. Tessaomry Absene .".ll.w I ..Intt therefore
No1. Osceolt. Cniinty '1.rld.. on eaturday .fclev-Every parent, guardian, or other The said lands In the r..pad.nt. Carr.i ord.r
knows that if he is chosen at the belne To All Creditors Legatee Vaacbn
Ird/ 151?. to In thestateif Florid* havlnicharge u..e 11.trlbu.
March person at the tin _
Of
"White. in March.. that h will A..J chll children ;: ::If tees and -All Persons Clal. Xnowl.. Bteck. wi.
Primary determine whether vchooattendance or eontrcl of a or r.f'1.u< said Ceetlflcata. Ha,111 Edmund .and all 3"claiming
faithfully and competently dischargethe .hal 11..1 In .al" II.trlc between of lht and reurt..ntuU. c.rtfc.t. .h.1 be re .or, 'Pmande..A&I.I l.tt.!. .\ Btock the lands la rU.$
and to . th* shallaui*. aid.cn'li' *r chili deemed Deed I A '
,In alowln. T.x of In ths above styled
duties of the office .seeks Complaint
he
sack of youT Bi ,
: and.
compulsory school" to attend School as aforesaid; Provided will Issue th.reonn th* day of Too are berbY described under of the fol'
strict accordance with the laws. Hi Ions shall be enforced In said Schoo that occasional absence from F.1ru.ry. A. D. 11.. notified ..ne required to present any parties Tom B.any H. K
hat had nine months' experience as an Board District: such attendance by such child amouut- my and official seal claims dtmands which you or lew'nl Benjamin, Elliott Andr.w., Tn

officer of the law and is thorough Ink to not more titan lw,) *jnxcuseabsences < this the lath day of Jaryary, .\ p, either of you may have against the Booth Benjamin B. Hammer.,

CHAPTER SI1-L.A.W8 OF UII In' fvur uoiisccNtlve w.ek. l.tL I estate of Sarah i. Addis, deceased Blair Jr.. Blair Bnrrell, Jr.
qualified in every respect. He' hal shall not b. ) i. county Florida. to Burw.11 .
AN ACT PROViDING lrOlV unl.wtuli 1. -J- late of Osoeola .. Co. -. > Vaughn _
hosts of friends who believe that Mr. CMPU ther, that the 9< taacher inchirge Circuit OVER8JR' .
SORT SCHOOL ', C.rk Court ,, the undersigned adDlnlllrator ol Carr Samuel T. Carr, Fanny-J.. CalF
Bass will give a good account of himself APPOINTMENT OF ATTENDANTS of the school .rna7excuse any of Forida said ..t.t. within years from Charles Oodolphln Bennett, William/ '
for absence because
OFFICERS, PRF8CRIBINO THE1H c"le temporary ol the Henry William H. 't't.
in the approaching primary.J. B.nn.tt Hol.anif
or'bad weather
DUTIES AND POWERS. .I.kne. or NOTICE 0.INCO'P'A'01 Dated January A. D. 1517. the ... will r
be It enacted by the Legislature of. death In Its. fall1 unfor.e..en or unavoidable 1th.. WAGNER, of Hamilton. Henry
the State of Florida: Exc.ed absence) NOTICE I* hereby given that the un f. Dlsston, DI..ton.d.c.a..c' '.
G. Kirkland) division passengei SeCtion .1. Whenever one-fourth of and the reason therefor shall be, reported derslgned will on the Ith day of March,, . Saving Safe Taoon1

agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, with ttre registered whit voters of any to the Atendanc. Officer ashereinafter A. D r.17. apply to the Governor of NOTICE! FOR Trust ruad of D.r.lt .
Special Tax School School further Florida for Patent Incorporatlng "L.C"T'01 and the following Elisabeth ..
headquarters at Tampa is spending Lterl
a of DI.trlc that In case of protracted illned.of associates and I ert. E Dlsston .
Board or Dep.tesict .f the r
.few days In the city attending the Osceola file DI.trlct Board of ,.hal any child whose attendance I* required successors into a body politic and corpornte V"' lead OfSie .t _, Knowlesu .. .. .
BneJnJ
County, Fair and looking' after tructlon a written petition asking for tinder this Act or In case ol und.1 the n"m.of NARCOOS .. 0.1..11.F. Stick, Edmund F. St.ck1' an ',
the interests of the road he represents. an election to be held In such Special Qu.r.ntln. of the horn In which such SEE PINE. PRODUCT COMPANY, NOTICE Is hereby given that Charles of said parties are ,
Tax School School Board District resides upon report of the Health 'J B HOURFR. O Hardy of Llo...Florid.who on Interest therein under J. L. Sand
Mr. Kirkland has many friends or DI.trlct determine whether Officer, or upon certificate of any. EARL June ST li.. Entry lln.. d.o..e8, or otherwise clalmln.Interests ,
In this a.ctiomwho are giving,him 4 compulsory school attendance shall legally qualified phyalclan to this effect W, H. FRANK. No, 011 OS, 8' of Lots 5 and 0, Sec therein the said b.ln.
hearty welcome. prevail In either of ...le district or the At.ndanc. Orlc.r shall ixcuse 14. and Lot 2 N%' ot.L 1 of Section the following described property, "
the county It shall the duty of from atend.no. child until Artlele..f Iseerpeestie.We. St. Township -. .. SI EL, All that part of Section Thirty (S0> '
.. the County Board of Public Instruction he .fully re.toree'to health, or until the undersigned hereby associate Tallahassee M.rldlan. has filed noticeot that lies South of the County Road and "
to order an election In cither ot any qu..r.ntn. e"cludlnl the. child ourselves together for the purposeof Intention . Three-year Proof all that p.rt of Section Thl-on(Ii)
.
111II1111 M j said district or the county. accordIng from becoming arbody politic and corporate to establish claim to the land above described that lies North of the County Road except
Sec. IS
a* the petition may request to wltyAny parat under the laws of the state of Florda. before Clerk Circuit Court at Beventy-flv (1 acres more or
I decide whether the tolowlnl compul.01' Iuardl.n or other person In and we hereby declare that the Kissimmee. Florida, on the 'tl of less, bh .tnoh. by West ,.,
Legal 'j school . shal or children, violating the provision following articles of Incorporation March 1817.Claimant bank of the tth" the
of this shall b* guilty ot amisdemeanor
School name a* : the East East
by
In said Special Tax Act shall'constitute and be the charter of wltn..e. County on
,
District, School Board District or upon conviction by said corporation. n R.. Willis of Lokosee Florida' line of said Section Thirty-one .
AdvertisementsTIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIII any court of competent jurisdictionshall Owen of Lokosee.
county. of Florida and on the North by th*, water's edge
1The name this
Sec. I. The County Board of Public be labl. to a.n. of not less th.none Artcl. be corpor-PINE O. H. Durfe* of Lko.e. Florida .f Fish Lake; also excepting the Rightof

Instruction shall, give notice of such mol. than' threedollar .PRODUCT. NARCDSSEJ R 0. More of, Lk..e. Florida Way of the Railroad a* It pu.e.throu.h .
.
election by the same for for each and every ot.n. And Article S.CMPANY. of DAVIS said lands, said lands lying iaOsc.ola
ad".rl.ln upon failure or to finesaid pl.c' -tt Register.
If r.ruaa County, do to the
four weeks a newspaper business of this In Flal appear
JNOTICR<< FOR PVIt'LIC..T.Ol'foDeo.art..t or other personIn crpor..Uon .h.1 herein
be therein but p.r.nt complainants' Bill Complaint
published Osceola '
I the city of
r then In published .chle shall b* Imprisoned N.rooo..e. NOTICE FOR filed, on or before Monday 7th day
none. some newspaper . In and state of but the PV.L.C..T.01 tie
not to day the
Florlea else In of
f tb laterier the of MatfaA. D.'ltlT,
In county. of oou.
.: I. The electors In such'elec county Jai; Provided\ that the fine for board branch offices dlr.eto.af pta ..t.bU.r De-partasesTofTh. I.* rlr' law thAsald Bill of Complaint betaken
... ....... SoO providedIn any ofen.. may upon paymentof trm aA confessed by said unknownparties.
U.: .. 1nd O' *t 0.1. Fla.. must be registered as not collected time to time a* may b. desired. '
and
Fe-b. 10 1.1T the general law for registrationfor .u.pnd.d Sr. ..L..d Of ae* it OalBWrHIl. Fla. It I I. further ordered that this
the I I. convictedof Article S. The period of. this corporation -
co.t.i ...
special elections and they shall offense; further, shall be perpetual. .S 117. order b* publ.he ones a week for IS
KissimmeeValley
'Notice Is hereby given that,Casper L. have the same. qualification for and hat after the ."plr.ton Pro"Ide. days Article 4. The general nature of the NOTICE Is hereby given that Samuel .Uasette, a In tie

Heath, of Loughman Florida who on held to. "otl as the prescribed.general from the time notc. served by the business of this corporation .hal b* M. Clark. of Florida who published and of w.ekll n.w..p.
April SS. made 'om..t..d rr.r.qUI.I. Atendanc and everyday to pur.la.e. hold sell and Lu.hm..n. ,
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ItO. on October In the County of Osceola and
111.
NO OSSI4. NWV NWV. S.cton election shall be 'held a par.nt guardian, or other person 1_ .tat.and mortgage and en.cumber Entry No. 01 Home.t..C Stat of rlorlda Wln... the Hono.
Town.hlp and unlawfully keep the and to erect man.
34. prescribed Township If S., Rang ST able .. .. a*
conducted In the manner R.cton'IO
and
ba.... Meridian, ,baa flied notice of Intention such child children from or care for and maintain, extend and .
.chol. .1' ha. filed notice aid and my name a* Clerk '
by law for holding general T.I.h. M.rlelan.
to make Five-year Proof to ea- ,1.0 alow It or them to remain out building th.r.on. To conduct a Court
the official seal of the
tsbllsh claim to the land above described and lions,all except such as elections provided shall In the heldwithin Act. .h.1 constitute a separate oten.. and general brokerage, a..no, and commission .." otftl:establish o't.tI.r:: said Circuit Court, aj Kissimmee Os
business for In the
Court at Klsslmme subject said to pur.chaae.
Clerk person penal.ties above .
b.for Clroul of the described ceola County on this the 1st
sixty days from the filing .
of real
c *, "day of March above described.Bee. I sal ane management estate 3ourt. at Kissimmee, of Florld" 117
day "
''. Forid. .. 14. The County Board of Public for and the negotiation of Forid. tie .ruar :
".z AilM7. 't '. p.tton. shall llth day of March 1 - . ._
Inspectors of election
v", .. witnesses: Instruction of any county wherein .n loan thereon to and sell forothers
names purh. Claimant names a* witnesses: As Clerk .REE .
!(Ialm..nt of Lugbman-Florld be appointed and QMalf.d as In casesof district of the county has adopted th,. peron..1 property, stock londs O. Hancock of Loughman, (Circuit Court Clrul .
H, of c.n.ra el.cton. they aal compulsory school attendance provlslons .ne not. negotiate loans there B elites of Loughman Fla.F JOHNSTON GARRET
'.R FI.ld. Loughman Florida c.t and make of his Act shall have the power ....and sell for others; to act A:. Campbell of Flu' As Counsel for Complainants.12t'.Ut
.Jl.of Boardof
Joseph of Loughman, turn the same the County to appoint the compensation of as trusts In deeds of trust or mortgageson F. Oeer of .. .u.bm..n. Fla .
Publo' In.tructol.wihout delay.. an Attendance Officer or Officer and real 01 personal property or any evidence ROBT. W. DAVIS. '
Ida ROBT. W, DAVIS. R.CI.t. The In.truo.tion :, remove tne sam at wilt An Attendance value to secure them.and to T-Bt, Register. JO.C FOR PV.UC'01
and declare
the return
shall canvass Officer may be appointed for on. act as agent for letting houses I.nd.
the result and cause the earn tobe school or for a number of in and the collection of rent -- FOR PUBLICATION D.perss.et of the .. '
CALL FOR WHITO PRIMARY KLBCTlOlf r.oord.d a*. far as applicable .I the discretion of the .chl. of payment of taxes. To do a timberlandand MOTICH .

general law cnc.rlin.Public In.lructon.and may b* supervisor .nerl lumber business In all of Pepaitsseat .f bs! laterler V.' ..oraeo at .'-r _ _
elections.See. of a school, or any the branches thereof; to purchase, **. J.. _ _
.. .. The ballot need In such elections suitable person who will discharge the lease option locate or otherwise acquire .. Land Oraeo at Gl.evtlle, Flsu -r
The elty- executive committee of the shall be plain white paper and duties of the position and the County own, exchange, sell or otherwise '* Jmmmmrr ST. ...JNOtCI NOTICB-Is hereby given that Carl
white .mans party" ,m.t recently and printed there "For Compulsory School Board may assign an Attendance Officer dispose of. .llg.mortgage hypotn- H, Pc.tt of Lokosee,
formulated the folowlnl call for a and "Against Compulsory such ether duties as may b deemed eat and lands timber lands \ irbrby given that Blhu on 1 S. 1(11, made 'Homestead

white. mans &hol At.nd.n.AU.nd..ne. so arranged that advisable. estate, water and water rlifits, O Eva Florida, on May Entry No. 07585. for Lots I, I Section _ _
Th city eeeutlve committee of the may e.pr.. his choice, a* lathe Sea II. it shall be tfi. duty of every ''l to work, explore operate and .develop '<. mad.Homestead who *It.. and Lot 1 of Section Ss. TawnsMp
whlt man' ...rt In the city' of Australian .. by ma"ln. across Attendance Officer to take an accurate the sam: to erect, build, r.pll OHS4. for E% of NEU.and EM 0. No 11 8., Rang S4 B.. Tsllahsseee Merdlan _
Kissimmee . and provide for mark to the left of census of every child between th. ares maintain purchase or otl.rwl. Section S.'Township St S., Range 8EV ha. filed notice *f Intention to
.
,
holding a ""whit m.n.. primary election two lines. quire otherwise make Five-year Proof to establish
of the of six and twenty-one years In his district own.achanc. .11 Tallahassee Meridian haa, tiled notice
to b* h.ld In the city of Klsslmme otl.r S.o 7, Sboule three-fifth of the In (lie month of June In each and or saw mill Intention to make Five-year I claim to the land above drl" bea
In compllanoe with the law of at. any such electionbe every year on blanks furnished by the sites, to _nuol maintain and disposeof to establish claim to the landabov fore Clerk Circuit .'
the state of Florida said primary, to "" Compulsory School Attendance Stat Superintendent of Public Instruc the .. any right therein or ; before Clerk Thee Florida, on the Ifth day.of March ,
b* held fse by law I ,. then the compulsory school attendance tion.' He shall make three neat and : to manufacture own, : dcrlbe. .*, Circui 1817. ,j 'I
for the holding of . Saturday law hereinafter prescribedshall legible copies of this census which :lra edih'I. dispose of alt lumber :Court of Forid.. t Claimant name .wln..1
March 10. HIT for the nominationof be In force In such territory for shall give the name, sex. rol. birth . lumber products. Claimant Marcb witnesses: J. B. Owen ef Fla
candidates for city elective offices tot two years. or forever.thereafter until the name of the parent or logs all and every description John Stewart of Loughman Fla. a W. Fertlo of Lokosee. 11
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voted for at the general election to another such election I* ,held In compliance with the postofflce- every tardl.n ; to acquire and deal" with John H Stewart of Eva. Fla. Noah Smith of Lko***,
held In said city I of Kissimmee1 #a with the foreKum provisionsand any additional Information demanded. water and water rights; to own han- David W. Bridges of Eva Fla. R. E. Willis Of Lko..e. 11a
Saturday March SI, 117.Q.&aat1. If three-fifths or more of the votes One copy of this census shall be filed I die and control I.t.r patent and inventions Walter W. Bridge of E"a Fla. D..VtS
... .f Kleetr shall be cast "Against .' Compulsory with the State Superintendent of Pub. and .t..r. It. own capital ROBT. . 7-tt -
I Those and only those persons, shall School Attendance,. then school Mtternl- "Ho In.trueton one copy with he stock ale other corporations, ,.1 DAVIS. ""*
b* permitted to vote .t or participateIn ance shall not be compulsory In saidterritory of Public and to any stock owned by It tho NOTICE FOR PI.L.C..T.01 :
the management said primaI' until otherwise determinedby rn.tructon. by the first day of July sam as a natural person might do: to .In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial ,
.1.aUon. who are whit an election held In pursuance of ald every year, and one copy !..u. bonds, notes, debentures and Circuit of the State of Florida Department .f the J.t.ra t
declare their adherence to the principleand this Act; Provided that when any such .cl preserved for hi* own use, and evidence of Indebtedness ano secure In and for Osoeola County In Chancery _ **
organisation of the white" man's" election Is held In a whole county ho shall furnish the principal of each the payment of the l>y F. A Stroup and R. ft Frank' V, .. Lead Offle .t O..il., .
party In the city, of Kissimmee who compulsory school attendance shall be 8101 within his jurisdiction with a mortgage deed of trust or oth4rwlsu. ; ford compl.ln.nt. ". Tom B. Andrews .... 37. i.
are by the law of the city of K6sim- enforced In School Board Districtor the names of children due tb to act ai ajrent. trustee, broker; or In Quiet Title. iJ
ne. lawful electors who have on or districts .nS. county, wherein a attend the school of 'which the principal any other fiduciary capacity, and' to Order of Publication. To al wbo"' NOTICE I. hereby given that ,Ostln 'tf fli
before February 10. U1i paid their throe-fifths vote was cast "For Compulsory . la In charge, and the County borrow and loan-ttioney. It may concern. It 'I R. Beebe nee P. of Lokoaee
poll taxes for the .. and 1lS, School Attendance" though a Board of Public Instruction shall. ascertain Article 6. The amount of the -api.tal the sworn Bill of Complaint filed In the Florida, who, on lett IT, 1111 mad '
who have registered up to and IncludIng three-fifths vote of a county as a whole without charge the lumber -of stock of this corporation .hnl b above entitled cause that the respondents Homestead Entry No. 084SS for SWVi
March 'Ih. lCl?. and who pledge was cast "Against Compulsory SchoolAttendance pupils contained In pall .. Ten Thousand Dollars divided .relnbelownam.d.ar.person of Section Township SI B. R.n. S4B.
themselves to abide by the result ofa1dprimaryelectionandvote ;"cfJrdhe alsothtwh hundred-shsres-of-therpar-valuemf .whose. . and ages are unknown .. Tallahassee Meridian nOtice -
-for the any such In a whole serve--T.At.ndan"-Ornc1.1, Hundr.e Dollar each, which said 'c. and that relief I* sought In the ef Intention to make Five-year
nominees thereof at the .n.ulnl cityelection. county compulsory school attendance written and partly prlntod no Crk may b* paid for In property, aid .ul against them It Is therefore Proof to establish Claim to the I..nd
shall not be enfor.d'In any School party. every parent guardian labor services at a just valuation I 10 . that Tom B. Andrews, 8. 8. above d..crlb.c before Clerk
Those and only shall wherein a majority vote .was or children, violating the provisis'nF' of called for purpose. nle P. Hammar Benjamin E. Hammer 11th day ot March .
be permitted to become candidates for oountr. . Compulsory School ,At this and prompt on the Artce'. The business, this cor Blair Burwell, Jr. Bla. Burrell.,Jr., Claimant name a* witnesses! ),
offices to be voted for In said primary ten..no.." thougl the majority vote of part Act parent oonllll.n."I other shall b* conducted by aBoard Vaughn C..rr9.., "' Vaughn. J. B. Owen of.Lokosee, Fla.
elections, who pledge themselves In whole was cast "10. personehsll be required. If'any par of Director of not less than Carr Samuel T. Carr, Fanny J. Carr .. W. Fertlo of Lokosee. Fla
writing to abide by the esult ot said Compulsory School Attendance.Sec. .-" ent, guardianor other person upon 'three nor more than seven I Charles Oodolphln Bennett. William Noah Smith of Lokosee, FlaR. '
primary elections and support the nom- 8. The County Board of Public whom such notice I* servml. fall tu Article 7. The annual meeting of the Henry Bennett, William H. Hollis, and E Willis.of Lokosee, Fla.
neSs thereof: who are qualified under Instruction of a county In which a comply with the law within three day stockholders shall be held at the principal : the following trustees under the will ROBT. W DAVIS.78t .
the laws of the state of Florida and compulsory school attendance electionhas thereafter then It shall l the duty of office of the corporation on th* : of Hamilton Dlvston, deceased Henry Register.ADMINISTRATOR'S1 .
city of Klsslmm to hold office. been h.ld ..ne three-fifths of the the Attent4ance Officer the recommendation second Monday In January of eachyear. Qlsston, Edmund F. Steck as suctrustees
List .( orsee* ,. fco Filled' Votes legally such election In a of the Board: Public Instruction I and the folowlnc other persons NOTICE
Each elector In the city of Klsslmmee Special Tax School DI.trlot School to prosecute such Article J. Tb. stockholders of this EI.ab.tl B. "Sandlln 4k TO SILL SISAL IST.TI
Qualified to vote In said primary election Board DI.trlc. Or In countywas person In the name of time state of corporation shall at the first meetingor .. Sandlln Knowles, .-
shall have the right to vote In o School Attendance Florida, before of a* soon thereafter as possible adopt Bteck. wife of Edmund F. Steck. Ia Cm JaesT It.t. .St ,
aid primaries tor: ," shall at the first regular meet- Peace, or County lg.y o>>ll\h the necessary by-laws for. the government b* and they are hereby requlr.e to be C..r. '

e, One candidate for mayor. '. lag thereafter, publish that the followng town or district In which the proseeuNed of the corporation. and appear to the Bill ot FI.ra., 1
One candidate forl.rk compulsory school ,attendancelawS resides. All eol.t.d Ihal b fn.
will be In full fore and effect to which this the Snd Iii 0
On* candidate tr..ur.r. tnrned 0".1 to the or liability aforesaid On or before Monday nmmtd Osweola On candidate for. and tax :htrty,day* the.ft.r In the Special County Schol Fund, and may be used corporation shall at any time b* subject day of April A. D. 117, otherwise the
collector. Tax School DI.trlct Board District by the County Board of PublicIn' shalDbe.in the sum of Ten Thousand said Bill of Complaint will In due '
Three for membe. of ( or. In as have structlon for the enforcement of this Dol.r. course of law be taken .confessedagainst Notice I I. hereby given to al whom It
City eneldate. years been Ioyunt' Idmr.c Act, or for other purposes. Artol. Until the first election of I the sald respondent It i* may concern that Henry Bass, as
Five members, of Ic'mml. S.o'. guardian, or Bee. 17. The Attendance Officer shall the business of this corpora further ordered that this order b* pub- Administrator of the estate of Walter
'\.* for.on. Tear. person in charge or control of a childor have the right to visit and enter an tion shall be conducted by the tolow. Isked one a week for eight consecutive Baa. Br., D.ce.ed will on the Srd ,
Tl_ MllfylnT children, between the age of eight office factory* or business house employing ing named persons: J. B .. week In the Kissimmee Valley day of .. 117 apply to the ,
Each person to have his and fourteen yeac and residing withina youth for the purpose cf enforcing J. Frank and W. H. Fr..nk Qasette a weekly newspaper publishedand Honorable T. M. Murphy, County Judge v
name printed on .lrlnt prlm..r election Special Tax School District a School the provisions of this .Act; Article II. Th .. residence of general circulation In the city In and for said county at his office In '
ballot as a candidate office Board DI.trlct or a county advertisedas when doubt exists as to the age of a of the subscribers to these article* of of : Osceola I and Klsslmme In said county, at 10 o'cok
hall file with the chairman of this tolowln. compulsory child he may require a properly attested Incorporaton together with the num Stat of mF"uWt the Honorable a. ra.. or as soon thereafter as th
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committee on or before February 18, school : birth certificate or affidavit as t of the capital stock subscribed .. as.'Judge of ter can b* heard for authority to .Ir, _____
117 his notice of candidacy and application cause such child or ::.to attend the age of any child. by each:set opposite his name aid Court a* Clerk at public or private sale, for the ,
to have bis, name so printed regularly the public srnool the die- IS. Every, Attendance Officer are as follows: the scat of said Circuit pose.of r.forIDt'a former deed m. "
upon a blank to be furnished by the riot In which the child or reside So keep an accurate record of all No. of Court, at Klastmm Osceola County, by sal following _ _
chairman of this emmlt..J and accompanied not less than .Ibty'd.y. of.each notice served, all eases prosecuted Name Residence Shares Flria.oil thl. the let day of F.braar. acrlb real estate la said county to

by the i.ie assess. rear, between. the age of eight and and all other service* performed, and.b.11 J. B Mouser Narcooasee. Fla.....__... 4 A 1. HIT. : W11 in'"j' ,
as specified below, and no name fourteen ,.ae of each child) the mak an annual report of thesame .. ; Fr..nK Nareoossee, Fla- I OV1R8TR1B1BT.! undivided one-half Interest
ment'. such candidacy shall b* printed pt eompul.or.t.ndano .. po to the County B.r of Public In W. I Fr.nl. ..rco... Fla.._.- S X* Clerk Circuit Court afore.e.Id.Circuit . NWU of BE 14 Solon .la T.wa.blp _ _
of school have ( Court ) Si South.
upon or counted or returned If print.dupon the .troctlo. on .. b the WHEREOF w* Sal Rnc. EL'
'any such unless this provision term nearest to the eighth birthday of of Publlo,Instruction hereunto set our' h..nd.thl -S.th day JOHNSTON OA't Also th foUowlnl la1 _ _
shall balot with. each child and shall cover a of In the manner >f January, A D. 1.1. A* Counsel Cmpl nant& T." aid county SW* of SB* and
"en comple prio rellr..a4 SBtt of SBtt said Section 11. for the .
., .' Few* six consecutive ear oftener when demanded HOmER _
tl. B'ARL In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial of a mortgage exe-r
'voting said.primary lection as hereinafter provided. . p.rp U.fln.
0 The .Cat Br N Circuit ef the Stat of Florida B. et aC to Waltr
hall be by flrat and second choice bal See 10. Continuous atteadaaoe apes 1 b* the duty of allprincipals W. H. FRANK.STATTBOF cut .
liL
In compliance with th* ,provisions some other public private or and teachers to oo-operat an and for oe..County.' In Chan 8r. on SSrd March .
.lot state primary and the church .8bol day of each year with the Attendance Officer enforcement FLORIDA cery. F. A and R. D. Frankford Which appUUo., wfcl .. baaed
.+%.*' of the tw.each .t\c during "to.age* of eight and fourteenof ef thl. law. To I.1.nd I COUNTY OF 08CBOLA. SS.On omp1lnaat v,' Tom B. upon tie petition f o*' such BOW 'oa -
la" on th* ballot In .any'child.' may. b* accepted .. lieu hall bo th* of the principal this 10th day, of Z.a.a. A. D. I .ndrew. a. .. Quiet Ale In 14 Cour -' 3,

betlcal .ra.t :: ',ap.. of, attendance upon .,a. teacher of every school. In 1117. "for m.V. O. Xa. notaryKiblle. / b.l.to. To all Dated r.b. A D. ItlT. '/',
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r' .. ,OasrrsvM St'j' Spa school; Provided,-farther, private which pupils .ur.. the _of eight rna .. J. B Ii whom I may e..I ap..ra. from HmT T. BA88.
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school for ia-/ fourt )FRAlf aqd W. the Bill the ,, Administrator
\r"J"'U 11 at.! rdeek *.eharch receiving, ,. .. a -ar*,., atnoe t 'OI 8 -I '
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: TWELVE THE K1SSIMMEE VALLET'GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1917 -" ..

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.'> l'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'ltl'I'I'I'III'I'I'I'I'IO DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND .ART EXHIBITS AT FAIR I



: .$- Society Notes s- RECEIVE THEIR FULL SHARE, OF ATTENTIONThe



(Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) .

Domestic Science Department made -of unbleached domestic, which the main building near the north en- shown conformed to conventional designs

Request b made t. all patreas ef ... Valley Gazette U Mad item receives its full share ,of attention, they have fashioned into table runners trance. Hero the artistic Arrange with an occasional -naturalistic
_ : numbering almost as many men laundry bags, etc.. These are ment.of, the beautifully decorated piece and several pieces n. lusters add
.f SederEveat* V A* Editor for publication U these eolurt.v among its visitors as ladleswho view stenciled and trimmed with fancy china, the dainty fern and cut flower beauty and pleasing variety.

.! with pleasure the toothsome articles work. Especially handsome are the combine in producing a beery One feature noted was a tray dec-

r . --1.1.11..1.. . . . . . . . . . . . prbduced in Osceola county- from. bedspreads made by Misses MildredPal spot universally admired and the visitors orated with stenciled, 'xJosign In the '
- - - - - - - - - - - home-grown products. tin and Mabel Tindall, while a dear were frequently heard to express

p' .. Oa00aa00a0a004a0000004004 ...0.." to 0'." 0 'H 0+ In the home extension division, the little fudgef- apron received its share theirsurprise at so large and complete conventional 'cheriy to match, decorated '

: t state canning club collection is shown. of attention. Basket work and weaving . an exhibition at a. one-county tea set In blue white, with the , ;

O KISSIMMEE WOMEN'S CLUB P PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY. This is made tip of the county clubs, are there also. Fair. tea cloth stenciled in same design and.
O and the actual work of the The ladies' section shows quantitiesof
...OO..O..O.O.t..O.- .. *< .....0 otOOO oto 000 0 00"0> 0 0- canning represents club lassies. This exhibit was luscious products of every description. Directly two in tables the foreground where-those are arranged -' color. Both were the work of Mrs.
cornpeting
-- shown Tampa last week. In addition to the preserves, Bullock. e

L. E. Hamilton, of Toronto, Can., 'i.he Pennsylvania Society, met last The Osceola girls have a fine display jellies, etc., which the housewives' of collection for show the, prize their chlno.offered There for best Among the pieces of china are seen '
the winter Thursday evening in the Hart Memorial of'fruits and vegetables, and are this section are so proficient in preparing are number'of tho old.faeblodod'putty
who
is prominent.among a
two of these
first after several new products are displays, both made by
for its regular meeting showing this year canned sweet potatoes ,
of Kissimmee delivered a
'ersidents ,and the Belgian organization and opened by singing rutabagas pumpkin, pie' melon, shown.. There is a collection of wine Kissimmee artists, Mrs. S. H. Bullock work. eOn
address Belgium
fine Woman on Tuesday afternoon at a "America," after which the minutesof English peas and carrots. ; from a Narcoossee exhibitor, made and Miss Frances Bay, Back of the walls above this display: is a "'

meeting of the Klssimmee Womans' last meeting were read and approve Individual exhibits are made by from grapefruit, rozelle berries and these tables are seen the main exhibit. series of cleverly executed sketches

Club at the Hart Memorial building.Mr. ed. A large number of new memberswere Misses Dorothy Simmons, Neva Lester from guavas, while' Klssimmee i It Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman; of St. Cloud; made by Miss Tracy. These show colored ,
Hamilton's word pictures were enrolled. There was a short address Kate and Mildred Partin and Ila showing!:\ the finest kind of orange and shows a very complete and beautiful designs Interior! decorations.
and before his of welcome and several duet Fansler. Each girl shows a fine collection -. guava vinegar. collection '
very striking brought : of sets'and cdd pieces, magazine covers, posters end for cutout
by Mrs. Frain and Miss Lord. Reminiscences of at least twenty uniform -
audience'the realization of the while work. .
power tea set'a.e'
a and salt
were exchanged and a, period containers, filled with the most deliciouslooking ,ART EXHIBIT! and t>ep-
of nation exert in An Indian head moJeloJ
the women a may per set shown by Mrs. Hill of Narcoossee'waa from clay, f
well the sublime ot-story telling indulged in. After table delicacies. the of t'
Us history, as as property Wm. Kirschberg of
heights of sacrifice she will attain which something happened to cut The canning club girls are showing Universally admired is the Art &Tellt: admired. Maitland added a touch of local color :.'
shot the flow of "anecdotajre." The en- an interesting display of articles i Exhibit, which occupied a"corner of
through love of her country.So tertainment committee appeared with I ___ _.._------........... Generally speaking, the! decorations to the display ,
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hearty was* the applause of'the I. T T -nnnnJ'J"'J' n*** ** ** **** ** ** ** * *** ***** ** .
Audience at he close of the address trays loaded with coffee, doughnutsand At the Churches once to the simple principles'of truth

that the president, Mrs. James M. A sugar vote of cookies.thanks were extended to will enable one to withstand and over Gov. Catts Given Public Reception
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further
.
Willson, suggested a
expression throw error.Meetings .It
Mrs. M. M. Armor for her efforts and
vote of of their thanks apreciation which'' by was a rising given success in organizing the society. METHODIST CHURCH held each Saturday at at the O'Bryan Home Last NightCol. '
}dr. Hamilton. Miss, Elizabeth Ault- The next meeting will be held in'the 6:30: p. m. in the church at Old Peg-f ; /
: horn. All are kindly invited to attend
Feb. * .
Pastor. -
that the same place on Thursday evening, Charnelle H. Summers, '
man suggested women '
present this service. d 'I. '
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22nd. "Qod Be With You Till We
give the speaker a vote of thanks 9:45-Sunday school IA
.
f In the name of womanhood for the sin- Meet Again" was. sung and the meeting 11:00-Morning ,worship conductedby LATTER. -DAY SAINTS and Mrs. O'Bryan entertainedwith James M. Willson F. H. Lawson, K''i t .

ere and glowing tribute paid the -adjourned. the pastor. a stag dinner'at their'home on Milton Pledger S. L. Lupfer, J. M. 0;r
women of Serbia. This was enthusiastically 2:00 p. m.-Junior League. .
.,., .. .. The Reorganized 'Church. .of JCl/: CJyde$ ', .ann". Thursdaycomplimeri Lee, E. Lesley-end H.- Clay;'Stan- t-
U Senior.League. ;
given. .__ "00 U U .otOo. .."0 : 6OO..p..TOw- : -- Christ of Latter Day Saint will-hold 1 ..,
the of the. aft- .7:00 .nu Evening worship.-. tary'to"the Governor when '' '
Beginning -
program
p
plates ford. .
.... service each Saturday eveningat .. ,
prayer .' ,
.
.. V .-BUILDING CIRCLE 4 .
:rnoon,'_Mil*. ..Josephine" Hamilton . :, *. I IWf'1'e . "."" '
sung a lullaby'from Jocelyn; then by 0' 0 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES 7:30"pvnu.Preaching '- service 'each Sunday i laid for the-! foUowinel'Uelt$; Governor Catts at the Fair .:

!pedal' request, she rendered Ivor'" 'O.OOOto ..o..oo.t'O..Ot morning. at 11 o'clock heW.- In the ('t.)'.-error S. J. Catts, Col. O'Bryan; His appearance in the judges' box' !.

.Just Novello's before"Till the selection Boys Come, Miss Home.Inez The building circle'of the Baptist i The special Go to. Sunday Cchool: church at Old Peg-horn. All are kindly Hon. N. C.; Bryan Mayor May, C. W.i at the Fair l grounds Thursday was .
bore fruit at. this
.
Day proposition invited to attend these services.
t Carson, who accompanied Miss Hamilton Church was pleasantly entertained by I church last Sunday, the attendanceat Ward, J. Wade Tucker, Roma Thomas : met with rousing applause, as was the f"
Mra. H. S. Geiger at the Geiger .
A read article rela- '
an interesting
..ilve ,to the song. home at 211 yerona, Monday afternoon. both hours the Sunday schol than and usual preaching APOPKA BOARD OF TRADE ON Dr. W. B. Wltherspoon, Rev. A. M. announcement that he would speak.
being larger 'I
Closing the programMiss Edith Fancy work occupied the at- Another. special on for this church BOOSTING TRIP TO KISSIMMEE Chisholm, W. M.. Lawler of Tampa,, from the grandstand .Friday m rnI '.'
'Shearouse who is here from tention of the guests during the .hours
visiting
4 Is an address Wednesday evening, Eugene Bryan, Dr. T. M. Rivers, I ing. jj,, '
and number of musical selectionswere
j.'Goyton Ga. "Maid O' Dun- a
sang, February let following the prayermeeting.by This city was visited yesterday bya
rendered by Mrs. Geiger and her .
der which in
was quite harmony ---------------------------- ---
Rev. Harry A. Rhodes of citizens .
of
sister Mrs. Edgar Oliver who is her large delegation prominent "
*riht the patriotic theme of the after- ,
a tioon.' As an encore, sang.Nevin'a guest from Savannah. Kaitg Mr."Kai"Rhdoes, Chosen.comes. with high iccom- of Apopka who came here In tea Contract for New Baptist ChurchI I
Dainty refreshments were served decorated automobile.bearing' .
"Mighty Lak A Rose. Mrs. G. M. mendations and will doubtless handsomely
bring
.Shearouse accompanied her. late- in the afternoon and a generous worded ban I "If'Is.
silver offering made to the soci a thrilling message.A appropriately Let To DeLand Builder ;
During the business,routine of the was cordial invitation Is extended to ners, and their pretence caused quitea 1
club vote of thanks toG. ety.
: a was given
the hear this
general public to mon on
M. Shearouse, Jr.. director of the this occasion. bit of excitement an the machines -
Kissimmee Concert Band for his Interest ..0..0000.00.0.0..0.. made their way up Broadway and '
and .co-operation1 I with the + ,through the principal streets of tCU- Th Building Committee of the cost approximately $16,000, and is rnC '

r Woman. Club in including sacred selections PRISCILLA CLUB + THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH simmee. Some thought 'that there Baptist Church, according to previous thought to be a modern workshop for
s ; advertisement, received.bids for It contains handsome
in the Sunday afternoon con 4- church purposes. a "
*
cert. (1. ....4.00.0..00.00.0..000000 Morning prayer and. sermon at 11a. ;was another auto parade for'the, Fair, the construction of the chureh. basedon auditorium* with balcony pas'

--- .m. such a fine appearance the visitors put i plans and ''specifications, which tor's study, kitchen, place for enteri"

'i ...O.c,...........O."?a0a44 regular meeting of the Priscilla Evening prayer at 7:30. Subject" of had been prepared by Architect A, J. tainments and twenty Sunday school' 1>i
address: "A Message to You, first ofa up.The Poteet of Lakeland. will be
class The building
Club Saturday afternoon in the rooms.
was
trip was in the nature of a
series of five addresses to be
.
MRS. o form of givenon The contract aw.rded'to A. wired to heat by electricity.' .Alto
GEORGE F.: RENNETS a reception when numbers of Board of Trade "booster, showing was W
evenings.Mr. .
Sunday '
0 READING 0 ladies called at the home of Mrs. L. R. the enterprise of the citizens of Apopka. Auxier of DeLand, who is the lowest gether'when complete it will be a "
Hamilton by of his (,
Farmer where Mrs. Rivers and Far reason There were about sixty-five bidder. Mr. Auxier assured the committee model of a concise, compact, well arranged .

't..oo'OO'O'O' 00.0.4 mer were hostesses.The has many become trips familiar through with the the Holy most Land important ) prominent citizens in the party, that it would be his purpose to church 'building, church to : _

committee in- charge ''o f the in among'whom were such men as'Gen. buy all the material possible locally, the needs of the modern .ff'
which the
: An enjoyable hour was given to the fancy work department of the Osce events of points .Lord's life principal George W. Tibbetts, the originator of and to use local labor as far as possible . Work is to begin within two weeks ..
Mothers-Teachers', Club last Friday ola County Fair and our were enacted In the building of the church. and to be to completion :;
were present received and will deal with these in I the idea.T'; B. Tawer, president of the pushed as ; ;t
Afternoon In the character sketches the articles and marked them This building'when will
his address Board of Trade; II. J. Ustler, secretary complete rapidly as possible. 1"
portrayed by Mrs. Kenney. for exhibition. I: ; A. C., Starbird; president of the pO l \ .,' .
The program, beginning with a Viewing the beautiful display oc Apopka City Council and" County 4
,t 'Kipling selection, was varied and replete cupied the attention of the guests CHRISTIAN CHURCH Commissioner, m.nyother city officials Mr. D. S. Underwood of Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. A. MacDonough .

in its range of happy vein. In throughout, the calling hours. accompanied by their ladies, and Mich., and 3. A. Manley, of Tecumseh front Phoenlxville, Pa., are spending a, r, :.It>
the interpretation of the poet' children Rev A. Chisholm will preach at last, but not least, C. A. Barnes, the Mlch, were looking over town few days in the city on a visit to their .;. .
<< Mrs. Kenney does not read she .000..000..0..0.0..00.0. the Christian' Church. Sunday morning hustling editor of the Apopka New. this week. They expressed themselvesas son, Alan MacDonough secretary of \!!.' .
becomes on "The God .of ...Mammon/\ ', at well with the and the Chamber of Commerce.
'pimply the child herself in a 1'me hire going pleased city hopeto They .
They
: spent some ,
t sweet and fascinating charm which de DANCING PARTY : night at- 7:16: he will 'preach on'"Bt- then over to St. Cloud, aftr "vhich see Lake Tohopekallga bulkheaded have been in Tampa for some time I

lights the listener. She interspersed wilderinqCalle."sl'The ", i lHI< "p WfiM&L the party went ti tHo Pair rroinds when they come again. They stoppedat and are en route to their* northern Ii :
; 4
the program with light, lilting songsin o .tOOO' OOo.. oo"Ot: 'church'1+ slogan Trinityr: in where they saw tie bip. crest th' ./g in I the Lincoln House. home. ,< :
Faith Liberty In in :
-
that almost wafted : Opinions, Charity
a-manner to - --
this line had ine of wit'nearing 1
.
the audience the perfume of the roses About thirty of the ydunger set enjoyed all things." The plea is a full Gospel, for they tiM('pier-.re. While; in Kis \;".
some "
,in."The One German Garden.'.' a merry dancing party 'Friday and the restoration of apostolic Chris simmee the party was the recipients ".'-t'
YThe hour evening at their hall in the Casino tianity. '
.t was indeed one of 'and afro
much attention welcomed
:ine pleasure and thoroug'hly enjoyed building. The young men suppleid A welcome. to all.LAYMAN'S. in they were -
a most hearty manner en
E J>y an.appreciative audience.. the hall and the Victrola music and CONDENSED STATEMENTof
the Utdies] served delicious punch,I MEETING every corner. r

I throughout the evening Other the Condition of the r 1joIo
.000.O O 'O re DEATH OF MRS. LEDBETTER"
t.O : "OOU"'OO freshments .
: I were sandwiches, cakes The men's meeting at the Methodist .,

i R VALENTINE SOCIAL 0 'and candies. Sunday school rooms next Sunday OCCURRED AT CORDELE, CA.
I Mrs. Burrobghs, Mrs. Eugene Bryan afternoon at-S o'clock, will be .

pe e 4 t ..... ; Misses Mildred Turville and Mar conducted by Dr. C. C. Cochran vt Word was received by relatives here StateBank :
,. Is oooor lon Porter were chaperones. Jacksonville, 111. These meeting are Monday' night announcing the deathof

' The young ladies' and young gentle. very helpful and full of interest. Dr. Mrs. J. C. Ledbetter, who has been
'1' Men's classes of Bethel Baptist Chapel Supt. C. E. Yowell, P;pf. R. M. Evans Cochran's subject will be "Saved by dangerously 'ill for the past four t
and W. C. Bass who 110.a memberof Prayer." A good attendance is anticipated of.Kissimmee : '
'were entertained in a Valentine social weeks, suffering from a complicationof ,
the
on Tuesday evening at the home county school board, visited and cordial invitation ex diseases.

tof E. S. Hall on North Clyde avenue. Winter Park Saturday to inspect; the tended. She panned away'at the home of her KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ,'
Junior School ,
High which is
Light refreshments, were served, and now in mother, Mrs. W., R. U.rrls..at Cord Me, .
itv'' the evening In recitations process of erection, at an estimatedcost ZION'S. RELIGIO-LITERARY SO- Ga. where she went to consult her f
5 i was spent singing; of I30.00CL. On the return 1 CIETY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 30TH. 1916 ;t
trip ;
and popular} games. Twenty.ithree I the party brother, who is a physician. ..
stopped at Orlando to look '
were present. The rooms were She leaves a husband and fin chil Assets

k tastily decorated with reminders of over built the grammar there. school' building beIng be The as follows program: for February 17th will dren--her. mother, two sisters and Real Estate F. and Fl:____:.__________i:______________$ 35326.21 :
r. 'gOOd old Saint Valentine. three brothers. Her Is
husband the
Subject: A False Prophet., of Bills receivable _-_______________________---__----- 348748.30
Mrs. D. Ledbetter
H.
son and sis-
-. Pile Cured IN 6 to M Days) Mr. and Mrs. A. Wellington 6f Golden Text: None'of the prophets tee, ...otMiis Clara this city, and Overdraft __j:________________,..___________i_>l_ 622.60 -t...,.

,v s. TOOT dreads wilt refaad ao.." If PAZO Monticello, 111., visited friends in Kis- have writtep, nor prophesied, save "with her'fainily resided here. fora Bonds __ __________...,::____-,_____________________. 3750.00 y.

j+ i OINTMENT.BlM.BlMdlnBorFrotradln l.n. to cur. ..HIM rc..lB. .!tal4dr Itchi g.. for simmee St. Petersburg.several days They while nade en route their they Christ.have 'spoken- concerning, this number of years. Cash and due from banks____________________..?,-- 130519.60 '.,

qty, ibo ant application &**.JUM and Knt. sea; : headquarters at Manhattan. Hotel. Central Thought f A faithful adher-I I Though the, she deceased made'many was devoted friends to'her'f.mily. County and City Warrant!,______,._____, _..__...____.' __- 11518.33' I(.

while living here and was well known "'t
and loved throughout the community.She $530.485.04 ;

i was thirty-two years old rt the LUbiKtiM. t.
.t
..- time of her death-and her_ remains _
were laid to rest in the cemetery at Capital ?- ________;;.__-___...__________1: ____.....:L_____$100.000.00 '. '11.'

.. '. / Cordele, the city where she was rear Undivided Profit __.__. __. __i:_l: __,-_-___:i__,_-________ 1349.89 :\'(:.
\ ., ,,
;; ;.. '. i! :: I" : ; ; ". ed.. Surplus I __' ___-_,...._:-_-:_______________________ 15.000.00 '

//11.I' '.. "';','*>IIV 'Ji.. :' ,, ..;. ',;!\''oF./.V; ,.,,. Deposits __ _____i.________.;_____-_________________ 358135.15 .
THE
I" y . ,, ,. POULTRY
;j ,, EXHIBIT WILL
"' ';':''J"" :- .... FRANKLINI': ft '' '',' Bill Payable ____II.._____________....;.., ,---------. 45000.00 IReDiscounts l ,
. ,;:: "
7'I, ",.I I II '., I'' 'J' '.. >.\":'I', ECLIPSE ALL-PREVIOUS SHOWS _? ________________________._?-___?_..._ ...11.000.00.. r.:: ,

; The Poultry Show of the Osceola : .
.
:" \:: :''::!' :' County Fair bids fair to eclipse all $53O,48S.o.t.. ...

,,. records of previous shows of this ra- ,, ...
\ 1
,.,. '". ' ,,,'" 'I,,'I , .\ , ture ever given in this section. OFFICERS t
.. ':' /,I' ,, Fifteen hundred fine specimen
7' ." ;'" ; birds are on exhibition in the commodious C A. CARSON '
President ..
fi ,
.
near the main entrance .
k '"' .,' ; "Dos't thou love life?' to bull4ln"r r grounds, and here M. KATZ, Vice-Predde E. L. LESLEY, Vice-Pretident. .

.,. ,I \ . bird fanciers spend their :'time inspecting ROMA THOMAS, CaJder. r
.
,' Then do the beautiful ,
a not squander time.. ". .' specimens.;
lt s I '
t ( '\ -. Personally appeared before me. a notary public Roma Thomas.
For that's the tuff life i il made of.
,I.I I. ; FLORAL DEPARTMENT Cashier who. being duly sworn deposes and says the above statement

.' I Benj.; FranLlin.. ". "This doesn't' look much like a is true to the best of his knowledge. and Belief.
at e freeze is the comment heard repeat- ( ) '
Se--

v' : : a : ,: :. ,' At the beginning: of the year remember this age adv cApply it.. ..:'" :,,!;<, .&i edly alike from as they tourllts',visit they and''floral home display people .My commission expires June..5th.. 1917 lftlS-LLUPFER..Notary'Public.e ..

st e .. ,persistently. and,.lose none. of it in opening your account with diii bank: ." '.-;.7 in the main exposition bulding. .
r ,. ;' __ _ u __ __ _ ," _.'_ ...' t Here a central figure has'' bee"h arranged "
d' ,
of tall palms'dainty ferns and .DIRECTORS
.
i. '. ,,,.. ,_ 1
.f blooming plants, with here and there
. .
.1... I, ) .. ...i/. '''.', : touches of moss. C.A. CARSON ---------------;-------__--..-.Ki.drree. Fla. ;

.) ,.- : : 'A space has been.allotted to ds-! N. B. .CARSON______-___________________Kitrimmee, Fla.KtMJmas.ee .
)"I"lI '. :- plaps of floral exhibits and( this is filled N. : :: f:
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f, ., -... r ..r' to over-flowing with fine specimensof M. --:--........-----...-... Fla. v
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and -
potted plants blooming flowers.. :
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