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: March 2, 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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Volume ID: VID00792
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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"OSCEOLA AND KISSIMMEE FOR YOUR HOME NEWS \

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EVERY GOOD"t CITIZEN KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE WEEKLY Florida's Greatest W' \



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::1 PRESIDENT; WITH A. E. Sx BEFORE COUNTY. DADS


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. COMMITTEE NAMED TO INVEST!. , DR. NIGHBERT, HEAD .OF STATE

'f GATE OFFER OF DIPPING VAT &r e a r !(' r x i"t1 t o-r 4 1 f TICK ERADICATION WORK, 'INVITED

: RECENTLY' MADE AND TAKE ; HERE-PROPOSITION IS
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NECESSARY ACTION. t FAVORABLY LOOKED UPON.
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New Year Begin Under Most Flattering Pat Johnston, Chairs*** of CoMirittse,

Circumstances-President Ap: Ha Bee Interested la Matter FarSome

leg i'K. YeaN TiBMH-Ha Hope Thai later-.-
poinU. .Committees* Renewed Actmty a .
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.*>. President, Roma Tnomas" t Board of Trade appoints com- *
\";: Vice President, W..J. Steed. 4 0 mlttee of five prominent cattlemen .
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.! .0 Secretary, A. E. Thomas. <0> k : S S .. 4 to investigate proposition
Treasurer, Edward' Katz. 4 -.5 IJ-.4 -S 0 for interstate dipping vat at this *
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0 Bass C. A.' Carson Jr., Ed. 0

:'. At the annual meeting' of the Kls- Whaley., *

\. '.., simmee Board of Trade held last Friday *' 4
7. night, officers were elected for the + Dr. E.:'M. Nighbert, bead of the *
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tick eradication work' with'4
state
of work .
were
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ensuing year, plans suggested -4 .
ackaonvilfe. Invited *
matters headquarters in -
t and some important
: given consideration which will workout "- .. .. '' to appear before the county O ,
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0 commissioners with details of *
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'": munity. Much interest was, ,manifested UNUSUAL NUMBER OF FIRES Supreme Court Sets Aside Decision COMMUNITY FESTIVAL AL OPENS proposition 'offered to Kisslm- 4* ,

!I .. in the meeting, which, was, KEEP DEPARTMENT ON RUN SEASON WITH SPLENDID PLAY <4 mee. ,.

.N: however should have, not been.as well The attended session waspresided as Validating' $250 000 Bond Issue 0 Special trade board commit-
,1] by President Stanford. Kissimmee has experienced an un- The Community Festival opened 0 tee to'meet with county solons O
over
The election of new officers for the usual number of fires recently and Thursday evening at the Casino under 0 Monday in an effort to ..cure.
trade body was the first business to the report of the fire department. for .the auspices of the Chautauqua Association 0 necessary co-operation of county +

come up. It having been understood February indicates that the past I Word was received by County opposed by Consoldated::: Land I when a three-act comedy- 4 officials. *
month broke all records since drama was presented by the Wales
"" that Mr. Stanford was not inclined to previous 'A Attorney J. S. Cadel Sunday from Co. and the Securities Investment : .t
the organization in 1910- as regardsthe I Dramatic Company before a crowded .o'o.. .... ..
the office for another term
. accept number of runs made. the Supreme Court stating that Co, as well as by a number of In- I house. ,
.Roma Thomas, cashier of the State
'A Bank, was, unanimously chosen for the The fires, however, are not of a serloue the decision'of Judge J.'W. Perkins diridsals owning large tracts In Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, secretary of With'the combined efforts .of the
,responsible position. W. J. Steed one I nature, entailing no heavy loss in validating the bond Issue the extreme, south end of the the association made a brief addressof cattlemen of this section and the cooperation .. N
0; and in Instance the propertywas : welcome beginning the program, of the progressive citizens
every
of Kistimmee ,
of the
leading attorneys voted the months
by county some county, and at the time the case
Festival Will
well covered with insurance. saying: "This mean more which assured
generally, appears,
elected rice A.:E.
president
,,, ; ,:was who lOefficieatiy handled; Three small biases- occurred this ago had been set aside. ,was argued before Judge Perkins,' than entertainment will mean information from the developments durng the past

J J the 7hmasr affairs of the Osceola County Fair week. On Monday morning the?engine The election was called to ere ".about thirty ,reasons were set up and inspiration as well. week,'It is not altogether unlikely
:,.': Association in. a like office, was No. 532, which, runs on the St. ate a road and bridge district No.' I < opposing the issue, Now that the association has done its that within the near future Kissimmee
Cloud trip, was partially destroyed. level best to bring before you splen will have the interstate dipping vats
and Katz will
: chosen secretary Edgar 2 and to issue bonds to the amount The ease was argued before the i
have charge of the exchequer for the The fireman had started a fire with did talent we bespeak your heartiest for ticky cattle, which: have been offered 'K
Doming being named as trea.I" . some extremely fat wood and the, of $250,000 for the construction of supreme court on the 13th ofFebruary cooperation and ak that we join through the efforts and good offices ,
o urer. All year of the newly elected Officers chimneys seemed stopped up. As he good roads, and to.build the necessary though it .is not known hands in an earnest, honest and vigorous of 'Dr. E. M. Nighbert head of
were unanimously chosen' showing opened the firebox to ascertain the brlde_ on what Kt'Ouada'the decision was effort to make this, event a the state tick eradication work, and
their the member- cause of his, trouble, the flame burst grand success." which will mean the saving of thousands
popularity The validating of the bonds aside.
among was set
_hip. forth and ignited the wood in the ten- N more fitting entertainment couldbe of dollars to our cattlemen. an
The appointment of the committee der. Before the fire department arrived presented than the one which followed nually. Last week's issue of the Gatetta -

to have charge of the various depart. the most of the cab had been this talk. The opening scene. carried the story, authentic in
menta of the Board were left up' to consumed. almost the opening words, caught the every detail, and this was :followed
the newly-elected president; the executive On Tuesday morning a spark from Asks Revenge For Mother's Death attention with an impossible thought immediately by action on the. part of
committee will be composed of the chimney started a small blaze on based on Ponce de Leon's fanciful the the Kissimmee Board of Trade and
the )kitchen roof of W. B. Harris' resi ory of the fountain of youth. As the brought about greater interest in the ,
the heads of all committees to be selI'
; WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb 28.-President Wilson has receivedthe
dance This.was reduced with slight story progressed, the contrast was' matter cattlemen who had
among
ected.' In retiring from the leadership previously
following cablegram from Austin Y. Hoy of London whose mother -
damage.On shown by the fight between corrupt been working on a similar
of the trade body. President Stanford
M. Wednesday night the alarm was and sister were lost when the Laconia was torpedoed without warning politicians and manhood and honor, plan. '
% thanked the organization for the
support sounded about 2 and the by a German submarine: between 'wom n's ambition and her
he had been given in the past, again p. m. Board of Trade Active ,
f' boys hurried from their beds to make "I am an American-citizenrepreseoting. the Sullivan Machinery love of right, was' very fine. 'At no The'Board of Trade at its meeting
reviewed the work the
briefly during
s!" a_run out to extreme North Kissimmee Co., of Chicago, living abroad, not an expatriate, but for the promo- time did the audience loose interestand Friday night, realized the importanceof
and cited the fact that
past year, a tion of American trade. I love the flag believing in its
significance. +
where Jack color while the situations often
I Washington's ( grew the proposition and action wastaken }
great deal had been accomplished for
"It' the good of the community.: He called ed) residence was in flames. The cause My beloved mother and sister passengers on the Laconia, have been tense in the struggle for supremacy, by the appointment of a representative r
of this fire was unknown. foully murdered on the high seas. It was brightened by plenty of humor. committee of cattlemen to
... attention to the many possibilities before The small per cent of loss from these "As an American citizen outraged :and as such, :fully within my The Wales Dramatic Company! have Investigate it in a thorough manner '
us, in agricultural and other lines,
and earnestly urged all members to conflagrations is certainly due to the government an American son and brother bereaved, I call ogre my" never received a higher tribute perhaps and use their influence to bring the interstate w
of the preserve its citizens" self-respect and save of to their of their
closest efficiency fire department, and power swaying dipping vats to Kissimmee.,
give their attention for thecommunity's
it is a gratification to property owners my countrymen from such deep grief as I now feel. I am of militaryage audience than by an incident which oc This committee I* composed of Pat
welfare and '
promises
Ills assistance at all times. On motion to know that the boys are on the able to fight. If'my country can use me against these brutal curred: ,during last evening's perform. Johnston, chairman; A. F. Bass, Rull
I" assassins I am at its call. If it tultifies my manhood and my nation'l ance. Bass, C, A. Carson, Jr., and Ed..Whal-,
of A. S.-'Nelson, the Board Mr. Job.The
Stanford: a unanimous vote of gave thanks. : report for the month of F.bru. chance by under remaining another passive flag." under outrage I shall seek a man's With! a kindly Intent the Chautau- ,v. The personnel of this committee

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alone insures immediate action. Mr.
During the session, Mr. Stanford -
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I called attention to the interstate dipping (Continued page 0) one leading-
; rat, which had been offered Kisimm .". ,, .,...,...,Mr.. , cattlemen of Osceola county has beenat
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e by the head of the bureau of I work on this proposition for sometime
I animal industry in Florida.: The editor and is in complete harmony with
t of the Gazette, which was the only I I the scheme;. Mr. A. F. Bass; another -
ft. 'paper i in this county carrying the important Men Who Will Have Charge of City's Commercial Body. for the Present YearA. of that county's leading cattlemen -

: story of the great opportunity '. is a member of the Board of
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was asked to outline the plan as County Commissioners, while Messrs.
presented, which was done briefly, Rull Bass, C. A.''Carson, Jr., and Ed.)'
The importance of the movement was Whaley are recognized as authorities
realized, and after some discussion, when it comes to stock raising and
J .and upon motion of Mr. Nelson who ... each of these are thoroughly acquainted
stated that the Board ought to act immediately .. : with every angle presenting Itself'''
.. the president was requested aft in the matter, as to take such .
T ,to, appoint a committee cattle: which will assure the best for, the
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men to take,the matter up with the community as a whole. *
proper authorities. This committee is .a -1 '(s : e C Gazette's Work IsWVpprecUted.
I' composed of Pat'Johnston; chairman; j' S The efforts of this paper In locating

C.: A, Carson Jr., A. F. Bass, Rull the interstate vat for this city ,bas .
Bass and Ed Whaley. ," been appreciated j>y the :Florida Cattle .

;'., The matter' of giving the sol4.lert ) s Tick Eradication Committee,
boys, an appropriate ,welcome upon PO'I whose headquarters are in Jackson "

their arrival from the border was also . ... ville. The following letter was receiv
taken up on suggestion of W. B. .. ed Wednesday' and is self-explana

Harris, and there was much discusBino ...;00. tory: .
along this/line. with the result "Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 26, '17. I
i. that the entertainment committee will y "Mr. Max P. Moritz, Editor Kisslnv'
,. get busy and make a report at the 'I' i mee Valley' Gazette, Kissimmee FILl
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I next meeting of the board, which will tq r -We greatly appreciate the apace
be held within two weeks. It seemsan you gave in 'last week's issu. to Tick
assured fact that the boys will re- Eradication articles, and also for your a
ceive an ovation of no small degree editorial which we trust will arouse
and will be made to feel that their .f enough interest in Osceola county to
services for the country Is Appreciatedby put this matter over at the next meet-.'
everyone., Ing of the County. Commissioners
J. Guernsey appeared before the "Your display of this subject ''has

board exhibiting a violin of his own ROMA.THOMAS H. C. STANFORD greatly pleased Dr. Nighbert,, 'who r
and which he has wants to send of your paper to f
make upon A patentpending New President Boanfof Trade show
President Board of Trade
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.. ,' asking for assistance in .. ,A. E. THOMAS Retiring.. Washington to the interest that. x
.5 ... starting factory for its manufacture '-., you are taking in the matter and ..
,1. : at,this point, believing that it would New Secretary of,the Board of,Trade are enclosing herewith stamps for

mean a*great deal to the community. ,. .J copies of your.paper so that we can
ft' In order: to show what the instrument ://1 : -have an extra one in our office.,
: is capable of, Mr. Guernsey entertained President-Roma Thomas. Immigration and Commercial 'Transportation, Railway and Municipal Improvements I "If we can be of any further serve"

'' the member of the board with several Vice-President=W.. ,J.. Steed. -,.Relations. C. Bryan S. L. Water-C. A. Careon. W. B.; ., E., Evans W. B. Witherspoon Iceto, .yon kindly advise. '

elections, after,which;the matter ,Secretary-A. E. Thomas Lupfer W. :'T..Makinson. Maldnson, :B.-Y, Ward.' A. E.,Donegan.Treasurer . J Wary,truly"A. A.yours,
was referrd to the. committee Won : COULT,,
new enterprises. =Edgar Kate. ,Advertising-Max Moritz. W.. Statis Jcs: -S. H..Bullock, J.E., "Educational Director,*'
Prior,to adjournment short.alhs I Manufacturers and-New Enterprises B. Crawford, D. G. Wagner. Lupfer'; J. M. Willson, Jr. Things Necessary *. be Dome ;
+ Were made of those in attendance In order to secure: the interstate rIg
t. by some Finance and' Auditing= W. J. Wade Tucker, G. ExecutiveJCommittee-Tbe
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s and body it was as a shown whole that-and the the commercial individual - "W. Carson,, E.-D. Katz, P. K.Weaver. F. 'Kribbs.' Jno.. M. ,Lee.. a W.. H,Entertalnment-W.C. Stanford L. H. Ingram B. Harris, E. chairmen. of other committees eWtbh. it\Is ezu.ct.dwfil co-.

members n* "'well would strive v: Griffin ?' C. B..IL C.. Harper. and the,officers of the board. -,

..,,A. bard to further the interests ,.of the ; (Continued oa Page Twi>).

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TWO KISSIMMEE .VALLEY GAZETTE.. FRIDAY MARCH 2, 1917

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NOW ABLE
TO WORK
Two Hundred Acres of Potatoes EVERGLADES SUIT DISMISSED *I ,- -- .. AJ.WAnuaaSTElRNS'" '

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FIRST TIME IN YEARS 4

$ United tats' District Judge. ELECTRIC I PASTE 1 !

Growing in and Around Kissimmee 4 R. M. Call sitting at Tampa, reo U. 8. OarwnnMnt D It
II. W. Miller Didn'd Have Use of 4' cently entered .n order,dismissIng 4 jjs ,
D *VZTWUZ*--Soead leua
r I Right Arm for YearsGain.131'eund.onTantac < the bill of complaint in the 4' t
case of J. B. Showalter and oth- 11..
The importance of this section as a ....0.t..t .. tOOOttooo. into '.ent nglnl' alliances,' because. 4' en against the trustees of the I
truck-growing center' Is realited: when like' some of 'the European belligerents : "I am 70 :year old and hadn't been internal improvement fund the J. W. THOMPSON; :, !
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it is noted that at the present time e KISSIMMEE SPUD "PATCHES" he may desire to break the' state board of education and the 4 .
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there are two hundred or more acres Acres chains after it I. too late. Some of the bio to strike a lick of work for over board of commissioners of the v \

of Irish potatoes growing In and about Smith&: Avant-.,.32 cabbage growers have learned 'a Jes- 14 years until I got to taking this Tan- I 4' Everglades drainage district. 4' Funeral Director !

this city. A close observation also I.. II. Ingram.28 Bon this season and not wholly due to' Inc medicine," said 11J W. Miller, at I The suit was begun on January 4 : ,
hows that the recent cold snap did W. II. Wilson--------------15 the fteeae either." Jacobs' Pharmacy recently. 4' 10. 1917 by J. B. Showalter and .1 ,

very little, If any damage at all to W.J.Fripp.16 There has been ,much activity 'Fourteen' years ago I had a terrible others, who claimed lands in the AND HLICENSED

the crop. and should not some veryunexpected O Tucker &: John.on.'n15. among the cabbage growers within L spell of typhoid':fever, and since that 4 Everglades drainage district. I \
backset occur, which is 4 H. II. Aultman.--.-.-20 4 the past feW, weeks and despite the LI I time I hadn't been able to use my The' pllfPO'le of the bill of corn *

;.. unlikely the growers will reap a rich I Hull Bass. Lewis Whidden.,16 4' reports sent out that King, Cabbage' right arm to do any good. It. felt plaint was to enjoin and restrain 4' 'fMBALMfR'f'f,
harvest within ,hort time The increased 4. J. E.; Davis.12 4' wes dethroned by the freeze, there ill I weak and numb, and I had no strength the ,collection of the Everglades 4 1
." price of seed potatoes kept 4 -..-WinoUnley 6 .0- all kinds of the product being in it, but I didn't lands *
.. ? shippedI get Tanlac for thi_ drainage taxes, to have the, Store! and Chapel, Stewart Ave. I
come from planting while others put I'oorarm -1--._.- 7 from this section daily and I trouble, as I had no idea I would .ever' and property of the trusteed of II I
.. In their seed! rather. late, Pi-oppecU 4. U. P. Hansen.__,-.15 4' received for ..me. make many of the be able to use it again. *' the internal Improvement fund )Xlnlmmee Fla. ,: .

aro excellent for a bumper crop of the II. C. Avant.A ..---.- I 5 4' growers wish they had double the "1 bought It for kidney trouble + placed in the hands of the receiver 4 !.' !

puds, and the spring delivery :will beexceedingly L. King.,-.?.6 acreage that they possess at this rheumatism and paino in my bnck. and to require the state < ,_.I .
heavy from this section.In Dr. Hyatt .- 8 .1 time. Carloads of the finest cabbageare Well it relieved me of these troubles I. board of education to refund to W. B; Crawford Lee Jarrell :
this connection! .It would' be advisable .1 leaving each week, and while all right, but, strange to say it help. the trustees moneys which have 1

to call the growers' attention -4-- standing. on the'' sidetracks waiting ed my arm, too. Yes, sir it has actually been paid to the board of education CRAWFORD &, ,JARRELL >.. .
to the following,,: excerpt from an article forwarding to destinations, these of. made my arm so much better that under the provisions of the ATTORNEYS-AT.LAW I
recently appearing In the Plants time. In fact it has been said that ten change,ownership three and four I can no do a lot of v/ork-something Florida constitution giving to the !
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s City'Courl.r. urging potato growersto representatives of Northern commission times as was Shown here last week I hadn't been able to do in all these purposes of public education 25 Offices, :I 4, 6. 6, and 7 Citizens

use.discretion-in contracting their houses are in this section seeking There is also much activity in )ears. I don't know how to account per cent. of the proceeds of the Bank Buildinp ,,

crops: contracts at $1 per hamper. This wan strawberry shipments the freeze hav : for it, but that's what actually hap. sale of all public lands. A motion Kissimmee. '
'Irish potato growers should go considered a fair price several seasons 'ing dealt more kindly than was ex pened, and all my neighbors who was made by the attorney- Flori'I

very slow In contracting their) crop back, but this spring. the price will pec-ted.! Shlpmf'nta.re being made have known me for years will tell you general of Florida to dismiss the *
this spring,' remarked *a promlh'entvegetable likely-more than likely-be at least each week while not as large as be the same thing. bill of complaint, and the case; DR. W. W. CARSON "

man yesterday. This was twice that figure, and the growers fore the "late unpleasantness," still! "Going back to my trouble I suffered was argued before Judge Call on + DENTIST ,;,
aid In connection with statements regarding according to those who have studied bi<$f shipments are made, and good a great deal fiom my back and the 19th ult. in Tampa. I IomCl.
the general situation at this the situation oughtnot to get"nimself prices are received. iolntfl. and WAS so nervous All thAtime OOOOOOO' OOo..OOOOOOOOO Office over Pilley Building ,
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sleep much. Some '
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ACTIVE STEPS BEING TAKEN times I -would ket DO nervous and Office Oas 'Phone lit Residence. 'Phone I| ) J
Administered for Bxtraotlon ef
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F Representative N. C. Bryan Back '0 TO SECURE THE DIPPING VAT strung-up that the least noise would Teeth ,1 I

II" '---'-. almost make me jump out of bed before :;.1 i

;: From Trip to the Everglades -, "My I could stomach control was myself.all out' of shape, I ci. r. KRIBBn IV. J. :UTBBD ,.t., J I

(Continued From One. KRIBBS & STEED \' I
Page ) too, and I couldn't e.tto do any: good. : :
.' I In' Nothing seemed to taste and ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ::
operate freeing the state l from tick right. I
Representative N. C. Bryan has returned from Iowa, urged the immediate completion fever quarantine; in other word., secure got so finally I 'would' hav vomlcing Legal business -of all kinds glvea \ I
from the of reclamation'of the Florida spells after trying to eat. To til .
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a. trip Everglades, the co-operation of the county officials , you prompt attention.
Everglades as necessary to enhance In sufficent the truth .1 was in a mighty bad!, fix ,
where he went member of providing vats at
L as. a the OLD Of doe* 11 and 11 State Bank Bid. '
and .
the world's food supply. ,- convenient locations in the was lust getting: weaker and 1. I
party composed of ,state representa-j I "'The United States," said Mr. a number of inspectors county.andmaintaining to weaker all the time. .T don't 'feel that Kissimmee Florida. ,/ '

If: lives, newspaper men and other distlngulshed -', Walsh, "has need 01 this whole 6,000- assist in dipping the cattle at regular way now and after taking only thr!e BONES:',

persons making a tour of! 000 acres of Everglades lands in the intervals. As soon as this'-has been bottles of this Tanlac, I have gained RUBBER COPPER "
:: the 'Glades looking to new state legi.i .-I jproducton of citrus fruit meat and done, the Bureau of Animal Industry 13 pounds in weight besides my stomach T. M., RIVERS. M.D.

:''I la tion to facilitate the completion of milk and sugar alone. The value *' will recognize a properly built vat feels like I had a new one put In, TIRES BRASS

",. .", >the drainage work which ha. practically these lands when fully reclaimed will and maintain a representative here to I and I eat and sleep just like. a school TUBES LEAD PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

been at a standitlll for years for 'be greater, than lanas anywnere In' supervise the systematic dipping of boy. The rheumatic pains are all Office over Osceola Pharmacy. ;
,, ;,. lack of adequate state laws and fund. the world.. no matter how near markets cattle on the ranges and to certify gone, and I am feeling)\ better and ROPE: SCRAP IRON 'phone >
He speaks interestingly the trip, : the other lands may be. It is entirely shipments of cattle for interstate stronger in every way. Office R .ld..nc..1 l... I"

: says that he had a good time, and was conservative to say that when shipments when they have been disinfected "It has helped my wife, too. She is SEND IT TO us WE REMIT woraro (<

,.( surprised and at the same time Impressed finally developed the Everglades will according to the rules and now on her second bottle and it is doing ,
t( with what came to his,notice. 'I I yield an annual gross production of of the government. Should regulations the her more (good than anything she Write For Pricdist, ; ; J. At TROVILLION. M. D.

The party was entertained at different wealth of at least $100 an acre and vat be built the cattlemen of this has tried in years. She was in almost /IW/IVSUIARMITAI ca Special Attention to ,
.,, points along the route and ,every that these lands will be valued at $250an county can dip their cattle at their .. bad a fix as I was and it has relieved CANCER GOITRE TUMORS and =
courtesy was shown them throughout acre. The 6,000,000 acres of Everglades own vat turn them back on the her of ailments she has had for a 657 C.M" JACKSONVILLEFIA.: DISEASES OF THE SKIN.

the entire trip, which was made most lands will produce a gross where the stock is at home, and range after long time. Both of us, think there is 8 Orlando toll'a.rn.Office, -Bourdman Building,

pleasant by the presence of many,distinguished -I'wealth' of $600,000,000 in these three the second dippln.'an be loaded directly nothing too good to Bay about Tanlac Winter' Park Office 2 4
to and 0
and I .. -'
staple named. It will can understand .
persons, among them being I crops justify a into disinfected cars and'travel why everybody to 8
II. p. m.; scpl Gmo pd,
the I tax valuation finally placed this talking about It." Tanlac
great commoner, William on to any part of the United States as is sold in
it Kings Bryan. J.n.1 j|' land of not lens than $100 an acre or a tick free cattle. Under the oresent Klflsmme hv- J-. Z... R-n-r-n blr-.nn'__* 1->.)i.-...-m...._ FOR 4
They were met at Lake Worth by 'total of S600.000.000."Texas conditions cattlemen make the first dip acy; in St. Cloud by Seminole Pharmacy RENT LEWIS ,O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW

the committee of artana-em.nta.\ I ,raising 20 per cent of the here, but the stock is moved as dipped and in Kenansville, Fla. Rooms unfurnished and furnished.

from here escorted to boats which world's cotton supply has produced in ticky cattle subject to a second dip. Houses unfurnished and furnished: .
were in waiting and made their way her Ifr..teet"'Otton crops prior to the ping 'at Jacksonville, Atlanta, Montgomery MISS SUSANNA COCROFT ISo Also city properties farms, citrus
'fr
up the canal into Lake Okeechobee' present world war a' little less than or New Orleans all of which PLEASING FESTIVAL OFFERING. trucking and grazing lands fer sale Waring Building.ALAN .
,which ..ventually.wu crossed after a 4,600,000 bales, which at an averagefarm will be unnecessary saving thousandsof I "

number of amusing experiences. Everybody price of ten cents a' pound or dollars to our cattlemen in this Sandersville THE: ELITE REALlY PARlOR ,
,4 enjoyed' the trip across this I $50 a bale had a gross I value of but manner each :year.- Georgian: Rarely if I

great sheet of water nevertheless, and 230000000. Taking an average There is no doubt But that the cat charmed ever has a Sandersville audience been. MRS. SUMMERS Manager. J. MacDONOUGH ,-TV
the natural beauties of this section of total production of 13,000,000 bales tlemen in this by a lecturer, either man
4 section would .
207 Bass Kisslmnee
Florida for.the whole appreciate' or woman as by Miss Susanna Co- St. cor. Brack. N: . Registered Architect
U
at the
can hardly be described. Many country, same service of this kind and In addition Two blocks north of Christian church '
croft
interesting sights\ weie witnessed and ]I v.lu.Uon1th. cotton crop Is worth but to the assistance given by the ladies Wednesday afternoon. Our AND I /j'

r' parties of the native Indians were encountered. $660,000,000, or but a little, more state tick eradication committee, the her have been looking forward to .,. I ENGINEER.I J
In I than the wealth to be coming with considerable interest I
camping out on the cross produced United States bureau 'of animal 'jndua- and ONSON BLDG. KISSIMMEE.FLA.
canal one cannot help but be impressed from the Everglades, if fully developed try will co-operate it having at its none were disappointed. Pat Jebneton O. 'P, o&rreto I I '

with the fact that being in the and farmed to these three staples. disposal at this time over $600,000 for praise Nothlncbut is the most extravagant JOHNSTON & GARREnATrORNEYAT.I.A
'. Glades In really in the midst of a alone-sugar, meat and ,milk and citrus ' use in developing the industry heard. '
,t great wilderness. Moore Haven fruits. I' throughout the entire Her lecture was full of solid meat, WOd'ice. ooooooooo'0"S .oo.ooo.o.+.
c which' point was visited, has the "Iowa is the greatest corn state In'' quarantinedarea and presented In such form as to be
of the
ap- country, and are in a posi easily assimilated. 10 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
clearance of a splendid and progrea- the union. One year with another her tion to supervise dipping facilities and Building. I
t .lve little town and is built upon lands corn crop runs about 369,000,000 shipping. facilities throughout Florida wholesome She gave spec'al emphasis to clean JCIeelfnnee, Fla. C.W. GRIFFIN ij
1' which were reclaimed by Hamilton bushels, with a farm value of $176,' immediately. living and r'ean 'Hifklng! ,
.,: Disstoa. being a part of the thousand. 000,000 while all her --crops combined:; : .- as a means to rool: t-Itch.. ....... .
ed
txf acres of land deeded by, the State bring her less than 500000000.1' the; value of a *.mIl41'dth culti and
.of Florida to_ the late Col. John A. frvmm. tilt*- SK.HAfl- .Ann mfr..m .., fM_ FIDDLE FACTORY PROPOSED vation of a happy disition" ::;: aa aids oooooo oooo.oo oo .t.0 Staple FancyGROCERIES. ; j
'
itenuerson 01 lauanaasee. Many at proved Iowa lands wtlh" ih- 6,000,000 I BY GUERNSEY FOR KISSIMMEE to the digestive organs. Miss Cocroft '
''tractive farms are to be found in this acies of the Everglades. Kissimmee is making some effort to stimulate PINEOLAGROUND i | .
'section and the people there "The total l wheat crop of the United may nave a fiddle fac public interest in the creation of a na
appear ,
to be progressive and are doing well, States for 1909 was about 683,000,0001 I tory Strange and unique' as this mayappear tional board, of health in order that
t their bushels of which North Dakota to the public. It is nevertheless '<' entlfie information relating to the LIMESTONE
prospects being

exceedingly produced
1 bright The entire Journey impressed 167,000,000 bushels. At a farm a fact that a movement is on foot physical caref boys and girls, aa well : ; Free Delivery to all Parts <

'.U with the fact that there are great value of $1 a bushel the whole crop I i to start it such an enterprise, and who a s pigs. may be had from the govern ItPuresf, Dryttt, and''V ; ; of the City '.
worth mows may prove to be one of the ment, free of cost.
rtunltie. ahead was $683,000,000 while that of
,
I'Opp by the j
develop CA .sf.
i biggest things for this section! in time She is op
ment of these lands, but Mr. the leading wheat state was worth an easy, graceful speaker,
Bryan. ( The -
I "t'ome. proposition is bubbling with ESTATE CHEMIS'rS ANALYSIS -+.-
feels that reclamation and improvements I only $167.000,000 or. little more reason* vitality and had a mes : ,
: t should be derived! from the than a fifth the value of the possible tble one, and the board of trade has a sage.worth while. to Carbonate of Lime 97.73 per cent + "
:
lands themselves instead of taxing the trop production of the Everglades. committee at work looking into the Had our Community Festival pre Moisture __-__-__ 2.00 per cent *: C."F. THRASHERSHEEJ

people of the state therefor. "The thirteenth biennial report of i uniqueness merits of the cannot case be, which for its the sented no other delightful numbers to Sand _____..-__... O.27pezcent METAL WORKER
The the agricultural i! surpassed. lecture of Miss Cocroft is
state senators and representa department of the I 1 J well to 4
.
i tives who took part in the Interesting state of Florida shows the total ,'.Juel S.'Guernsey appeared before the worth the 4o.t of the entire course to We sell M.aI Roof. Put on anj
I I trade DIRECT to farmers 4
body at the last meeting with and in the end will
outing, are as follows: Senators of every farm crop including staples hU prove so. > and other growers finely ground c..d
proposition and ,
exhibited
.' James E. Alexander, DeLand; W. E. and field crops, vegetables, garden I I which he made a violin *> limestone. PHONE I4.." KISSIMMEE. PL. .
and.on which he CLIP TIllS
: Baker, Lake Geneva E. products: fruit dairies has apatent AND PIN '. ,
Carl- poultry api- to Its analysts i. HIGHER than *
,ton. Tampa; Jas. E. 'alkms Fernandina ares, etc., 'including as well the farm I I his pending.proposal,In heave order to demonstrate ON WIFE'S DRESSER *I any south of Mason-Dixon line. *
se".raillel.
value of
Oncar M. domestic -
; Eaton Lakeland W. every animal of "
.U Hughlett. Cocoa; J. B. Johnson; every kind, for the year 1909-10 to 1 I ections on the instrument, from rag to Cincinnati man tell how to shrivel. 4.. W. keep in our. warehouse *: M. TILLER
t Live Uak: John E. King, Inverness have been $56,712,734; for the year classical music which was appreciat up corns lOr (*'I.s.. so they several hundred tons of ground *
l ;W. S. Middleton' Pomon J. R. ; 191112. $63.825,287; and for the I ed. He.then explained that the instrument lift off with finger 4"DRY I> limestone-which assures *
; Mc- year *.
Eachern. Monticello! ; M. L.,Plympton, 191314. $83 61136., Leaving out the I I could be manufactured at a reasonable -:--- 4 I prompt shipments. Real L Estate! Agency.Realty .1
We will SAVE the mid- *
Xake City; J. W. Turner. Cedar Keys value of farm animals, 'poultry and cost'so much so that taking Ouch ? I ? I II I This kind of rough you .
4 I>
; dleman's
the and absolutely *
profit
I place of the costliest give you -
violins and talk will be heard
A. S. Wells Tallahassee; Reprenenta- poultry products, your total Wealth less here in town if *I the best limestone bought
being and sold.
able on
to
\1.... produce them much people troubled with
C. F. Barber, Mscclenny; M. O. production was. for the largest year I' corns'"Vill tllIowc I> the market. *
I :Baggott, McDavld.N.; C.. Bryan Kis- mentioned 49730203. The Ever. I' cheaper- there would be a great de- the simple advice of this Cincinnati '*11 I Our new machinery guarantees Houses rented.
mand. and
ftimmee M. A. glades with 200,000 a factory at this point authority who claifnes that : Taxes paid and Titles
; fleet Branford; A. S. I.rm.n.ill would a few *I the finest ground limestone. verified
Crews, Starke; McQueen Chaires. Old% ,. alone give you an annual crop valueof prove a great; industry time Irops of a drug called freezone when ; for non-reiidents. '
to
town; W. J. Crosby Citra; W. T. Cash 500000000. come. The sample fiddle is made; applied to a tender aching corn or Pineola Lime Company '
r' wr; "Wm. M. DeGrove, Palm ,Val- "The report of the state comptroller out of_native wood, ha*_the sounding hardened callus stops soreness at once Fire. Life and Accident I.- .
.: Icy L. D. for the holes on the sides instead of the top and ,soon the + "OFFICE In Bank of Orange surance.
; : Edge Grovel and; 'W. J, year ending December 31, 1915. beautiful corn or callus dries up *
Epperson, Broniwm; ,. C. Hamblin shows that Florida has over 31000.000 tone, and seems to compare and Ifits right out without pain. +- Building Orlandot.fla. 4: ludemni .r Bond.
FACTORY at Pineola Fla. *
.ff. Tambpa; B. J. Hamrick Mohticello; acres of land; that exclusive of city very favorably with the high-priced He says. freezone dries immediately ,

J. A. Hanson Leesbunr: I II. T. Had. .nd. town lots, it has a value of a,lit. standard instruments of this variety. and d never inflames. or even irritates OO OO 'O'O OOOO'OOO'OOo.' -..4'SEMINOLE ---

deck King's Ferry; II. C. Hood Went lie less than $110,000,000 for purposes the surrounding skin. A small bottle =
Dr.
Ta1m Beach; Cary A. Hardee, Live of taxation, and that the total, value I C. C. Cochran who has been I of f reeaone: will cost very little at any
: Oak; Marion B. Jennings. Jacksonville of all real estate is a little lens than spending the past mi weeks in Kissimmee. drug store but will positively remove .'

; L. S. Light.. Reddick; W. lit 202000000. The same report shows left Monday for his home in every hard or soft corn or callus from LIMITEDAllSteel
Marshall Ft. Lauderdale; E. R. 1.. the value ot all real and personal Jacksonville, III. The doctor is a believer one's feet Millions of American '
in
Moore, Carrabelle; C. R. Mathia, Bonif property. all railroads Pullman cars the future of Kissimmee and women will welcome this announcement . Dectrtc-Llchted Train
74 ay; A. J. Morgan Lakeland; 11. S and telegraph lines to be but $292,563- practically demonstrated this opinion since the inauguration of the
1 lcKena Palatka 254. The Everglade alone by buyiing grove and farm property high heels. If
; Francis W. Perry when final. your druggist doesn't Birmingham Chicago and St. Louis
Jointly with his ,
Fori Myers; John B., Rhodes. Mel ly reclaimed' and settled will add townsman and friend, have freesone tell him to order

t bourne; W..J. Roebuck Lake City; ('.. 500000000. Assessed. only $50 resident W. C. Ledford here. who is also a winter' small bottle for you. , Lv Jacksonville..._ACL ..OOPML Sun. Parlor Observation' Car .
A. Roberts, Winter Garden; W. Reid an acre they will more than double Way.u------A C L 11.05 PM Compartment and Drawlnft-Room v.wAr '

." Robson. Kathleen; W. S. Seals, Harop. .the present w real estate values in the, POULTRY RAISERS TO GET .....--..........A C L 2.SS AM Sleeping Can Jacksonville to Chi
.00600000000000.0000.00.
tan?' Telfair Stockton.C 1 J.(1'.nriU.: -.tat.Mr. TOGETHER Lv Albany-CofQ 2L40AM ago.

i: 'A. Stevens, Jasper .John A.: Walsh, with his wife, has for 4 AX APPRECIATION *. FOR OWN BENEFIT IgrAmertcu....... cola 10 AMLvCelumbus Drawlnd.Room _
Scruggs Lloyd James R. Stewart three years lived at Davie. small Sleeping Car
; on a
... _cora CIO AM Jackaonviua
There has been, agitation to tit Luuis.
Everglades some within
Milliard; David ScholU, paytona; W, farm developing a grape. _..... cora
We LvOpeUka 7.10AM
are obliged to take
fruit >>.. this the. part'.few: weeks Free
O. grove. Itavi among poultry Reclining
Tilghman. PalatS- wn
the Chair
W. earliestsettlement Cars
; Watson Jack
*
method of Birmingham.. C of O U 5 AMt
raisers
expressing
our of Kissinunee
great and sonville to
Miami in the vicinity ChionKO
; W. M. Webb Japer Gvonre Everglades made St. Louis
; and
obligation to all of J C
those who for the Bsrmlnchanu. 12JL5 PM C
seven formation of an organization rbondal -
; II. when ; Urgo and
t Wilder Plant City Alexander II. years ago Florida undertook high .
; easy
gave us such splendid assistance 4 ArCasr . 1C backed '
.
p. Williams. Tallahassee R. .IJ. and began the'work of draining looking to the mutual protection and 10USPMArCarWndale. tlUAt.e.
; Weaver 4 last I.
Thursday, when real- benefit of those I C
N. this great wet prairie. our interested along this -- 11.SI t M
Bristol
Wicker Coleman. II-UII.e
J.
Hence burned To the Kissimmee line., Peter G. White, who la much ; and Seat Car JaC'kIlOQ-
in-
Tille
ArSt-Le jts ..... I 0 :7.20AM to ChirBaO. )''
Otho E. Lane Fire Department and to those ereated: in this matter after consult- '
president of
Reclamation Necessary to KahanceWorld's Niagara Ar (3rd St. (CMosi) I C 7O1AM .
Food Fire Insurance Company! ; of New 's GrIt kindly and many good people tag with number of chicken enthusiasts ArCMcagsCi.Sls. Dining Carrv alt meals en .
Supply, Says Walah ( ) I C 7USAM
who route
aorvioa
offered their 1 U
hospitality baa
we4' decided a
p l spent several days h.reIast week. lie : to call a meeting carte.

Addl'HllInlr an a'-wTfruo; which !n was accompanied by his aunt and sis ** shall be able to express only a which will beheld'.t the City Council .... errkiice ,....-.,.,... ..
modicum '
ter., of the appreciation we Chamberon March' 8th. at 3 o'clock LIUPIIS. earn sssss,.T'.... "
eluded William Jennings Bryan and feeL It's worth to ae"" Ye 't. YS5C. .....,. ..
I son adversity 4' which interested la
legislature"* f7-ft", at members Davie recently.of the Charles Florida : Drives Oat Malaria.BalM Up Syat* *",to meet with so kindly a people. .. poultry everyone I. invited to attend. It raising is be- ATLANTIC COAST "UNE I

A. Walsh former secretary of the national T.CM..eOKOVSTS .A.4 .", tIbS4 ..... I MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM U lieved that..by retting together much : TANoane MAILNOAD' RAILROAD'TNc
or
4' ,
TASTKLVSa* TO..ICO..1 nUNNE. benefit can be derived such .. ,THE .OUTM
Democratic committee andD.moeI'&Ue M&.ii..s'k.t.bk' .................,w.,.. getting
4
i better for A. w. mi T T
national commttteeman' .... Atr .. price stock eggs, in fact r ... .,. G. NIMKLaNO
Mss . .
e* .a4Ck tNI
e. ", -eeti> .. .. ;
I "' _>9" 0Mf " > . will be a genes1ben.tto, alL .c..U.'LL& .a. e..s. ,... .,'.., -....... a.p.. a. e.'s. I
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Proceedings ,of .v >



ORRSOJ. FH8J ERt the School' Board XEipu11erOne >>



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FORMATIO Klaalmmaa., Fla.' February S, JHf Man -= Horse
Th. board met In regular cession.
i SELLS v' there. being present W, 'C. Ran chairman -
GROVE' y.GARDEN' The Kirstin Method Guarantees
: W. R. Lanier and John H. Hals- a saving of 10* to 50* over
den. ; also C. I 1. Towell,' superintendent. Ul other methods of land clearing. The Kirstin Method not only /

Fire Life Accident -.nd ML FIELD Minutes of the last ,, meeting1. were pulls your stumps but get rid of them after they an pulled
.
l* read and flPPro"..... 1antat. Yank out your stumps Transform no-man's-land '
I your into
QUESTIONS ANSwdtzD "' ''RDIATIU'' Bank, of Klaalmmte. County moneymaking, cultivated field Gold Is
Health Plate I Clan Liability ': School. Depoaltory. reported ae follow; under your stumpe-
I BY MAtt Klsslmmns. Fla.. January 31. 1'1T.' set it out; put it in bank. dear your land and produce big crops
Hu. r.Plul+oe. DaYr Hon.. Board'of Publlo Instruction/ ,' Osceola The Klrstta Method clears land ready for the It ,
plow. has
vastly Increased the,
and I Insurance.Legal' WILSON .
J.TOOMEK
Boiler : FaTlttieCauiiw1 County:
.JACUONVULS Herewith And'statement of School productive) value of more than 35,000 farms, most them in the South.
Fuc- Funds for the month ending January No deeply Imbedded tap root.ts too big for the Kirrtin Hors Power Puller. Its mesh.4msih Ie IrneIeeo
8 0 Ii_ Executed Bad Effect of Liming SI., im. .-" ibis..*""*** its triple power and other. exclusive Kiratia,_tu...... It will clear.....* Uaaa two sass items
netting without errata to horse
maD or machine: It has been the leader for 11 yarn _
, Kindly send information about condition Qeawral Sebal ....* One nun without.....as pull ttte bluest slumps. ,too.with the.Kirstin. One Men Puller. "A little Busk ea
Needed. .
Same.Day where lining gives. bad re- To amount received. _from,_CountyTreasurer '__..I 8411'.10 It,n. ._po" leY.the handle..... itsire.aorlrnary47-ys.roldtarsboyas.._,poweris.___.j...&op.d II)'_double

1 suits.Answer: There have been a few ins By Paid Warrants. a* pel..,--1881.8S...- t:c--i: tap't_loa Send for Free, 1 1kteot ft-&Cnld..YourStU.wantycu. to read our new"book,.The A misty WritbeelAlSywr

OFFICE:, State Bilk Bulldog, stances where lime was applied on extremely By Balance. ____.______-_.__.2e6+2.66- :;'i.w de..::l-n..... vsIiUM information on all !kinds d lend deerln Land 7lt, It proves_that.. ,

: t thin aandy land and by increasing ... ..... I.u.sl.14_ .. . the Kirctin Method is the cheapest;;quickest end best way to clear land. f a arajtee
". rial Tax *. Dlatrlrt. II. .nrtbl.s,. It tells about Kiretin Service forever. free to all Kirstin owners, 1.1".L $
?' the nitrification ,caused an N*. 1 -10.-. to tsinsletters from Southern fanner who awn KucUns aod are .... I tbe1rL etMt _
exhauston of humus matter below the To amount received from County I._MAINLAND, do, Doe't buy a puller until YOU read thi*book, A ,
f. Treasurer ____i ______Ul14la!) a _. aLj. afe. war ,
minimum necessary' to sustain bacterial Warrants per Big Money those who Order EarIW.oII< you a ......... .,
t. SPRING TERM REVIEW COURSE By Paid a* lUt.84. 1$ t ...... .I... tM r j
i thus the soil inert and . .eI.1 _
life making: t .ti. t. o..b runltr to lota In fraai !.* is
vt; APRIL s--.lVNH i, fall barren limiting even 'the growth ofa To Balance -__..-,..._...;.:.._$>70.tlSpecial .l.v MI"t,, &"':.11"- ness show. your our K front rcun to Sharing your:nel.h.Plans...No*.canvassingjSt Doe't_it-MDCI.the wiUuTc.!tans It* ever allataer i

"', Writ for 'Catalog and full Information cover crop without application of Tax Sehat. Dlatrlet U ...I .M.t' OoU today. B*the Or*to hn Ul Uu baa money making pUa rtsih..

.\; e stable, manure. These instances"are N.. :a , w.w-n':' :' '.r.a' A. J. KIRSTIN COMPANY. 712: Ua| State, EM: *****. IIic1. A........... .
the of lime To amount received from County '
not warnings'against use tb"
"t j 4. JOHN STETSON UNIVERSITY +a. : lM.-I SIr ot a... '
; Treasurer )84.S4 Maatktfar. ,
DBEAND, FLORIDA but are proof of the great need ofbuildnig By Paid Warrant. as yep slit.-r 1.16 : ... "
up the humus content of Chip .

oils. To Balance ________________..__184..1

tItalh Special Tax .c....*DI.trlc.t'. XL.ttn fern
TrfS fLORIOANETALPRODUOSCa Potato Blight !N. a Nera AOIWrP.fl.r ;
I* the Irish potato blight carried on To amount received from County t gk.w

tt- the seed? Treasurer . ................U8111.0l- 'tt
By Paid Warrant a* per lI.tUl7
Answer: Yes but no matter'how -- I

free from'blight your seed may be By Balance _______--.-.--- .--$1545.45Special ...
I the disease I is so established here that ; S

unsprayed field<< is almost to Tax Srae.lMe District. gisa.trdtft a
curs 4 R: sll7ntbl
be attacked. It is only a question of To amount received '
from County
.., ,
MANUFACTURE.cATAto6ut favorable weather conditions. Treasurer . ..............IIBT7.T4 On* Man FOr . .1'.1'1tr.J. 5
n..
4 +
I ; ,'1' By Paid. Warrant a* per slat72.61. "
-
-
Holding( Bloom To Balance -, .. $ ...
? ------- --- ---
When should I apply nitrate of sodato Iwo.s

hold the bloom T .Special Tax' Nana.c.....! DUtrlrt .. I.I .

; I Answer: The growers who use nitrate To. amount j rec.lved froirr County ,

I of soda for holding bloom generally 'Treasurer-----------------_..1..01Br t.tas a.r s is sa wsvJ I
apply it at the very first openingor : Paid Warrant. aa per llst-.w..' '.'1 I _... _._ "

i\,E' I ACKSON m:* .,. ... ...o FLA.MUSTANG. really a little before' the general By' Balance .. ......._' ...:.-.111.-...

blooming the trees. Such application . ,Central Sclentlno Co... sup*..,Bch. tit point of number of teachers, but

r must ,be made with care: if you II, *rtal Tair *rae... Dtotrirtl: : No."l,'8'S.D. No. 1--t.:__;-. II.". 11 Southern 11 11I also in'regard the thoroughness oftHelr'equipment

i' put on too much nitrate of soda you To amount received from Countr3Treasurer ;) \ J. .'It. .Fla-art, services .._.._?..._ '..10Mr. College the of South

: may throw the bloom instead of holding ... ..:..........$.'.19 .. C. H: Blocker cat tech.....1L i I faculty ,
it. Our idea for bloom By Paid Warrants a* per list.416 em College I. unsurpassed : a
; holding Mla Mattle Tyson, sal ten...._ 1.00 SUTHERLAND Flaw Feb. 2- '
'Two large and thoroughly equipped
Is a good substantial fall application Balance D. Jones., cal tch.....'_... 1.110' '
For Sprains. Lameness By ... -.....11.0. Daisy -
dormitories for and
\. I of complete fertilizer to build up the ROMA THOMAS Cashier.Warrants J.. E. Williams sal tch..r._..._' 1.00 The campaiirii now: belnj: waged one young men
Sores, Cuts Rheumatism vitality of the tree. We always count P. J. Franklin sal. tch....____.. 26.00 throughout the state in behalf of the other for young ladies; an admlni
... ....... 10.00
Mr* P. J. Franklln. istration building, a modern and weld
,; Penetrates and Heals. the fall application the real founda- were"eamlned and cancelled N. Lamona. repairs ............ .60 Southern College has attracted atten- k'
...
In session equipped building. and
follow.
: gymnasium
tion for the following crop. open Mra. Q. R. Bebee. trans pupil sch tion as never before to the work that

Stops Pain At Once, H PMD<'*!n No No.. 1 2,Fund 11.18. $84.16. No. 6. 8. 8. D. No. S..'...____.. S2.76 is being ,done by this Florida'. educa- other buildings needed for the college ,
.__...__
K. L. Hrltte, labor sch 11 1.00 form the main part of its physical
Bordeaux Mixture K$ No. 4 Fund, 172.67. tional institution. _
p .
..__. 2 06
For Man and Beast B. H. Fertlc. labor and sups.
What is the RHO No. 8 Fund I4S.E7.HHO educaton for equipment.1'hea.. buildings include
difference if any be- Miss Mary PherlKO sal. '(ch..,. 5 00 Christian collegiate
, 25c.. 50031.I: .At. All Dealer. tween Bordeaux and No.No. S Fund III.U.. Mrs, Rhoda Lucas, sal tchr.____ 6.00Harle the Methodists of Florida centers' In .,libraries,' laundry laboratories an4 i
SHO 6 Fund $4 18.Bllla
i powder Yaste Williams, sal tchr........ S5.00 other necessary adjuncts for the con.,
Bordeaux mixture were approved and warrant. la- Southern College the only college
Miss Lessle/ Hay. sal tchr___... 10,00Sandlln achool
? duct of modern : activities The c
Answer Bordeaux mixture sued ns follows: that isbeing supported by the Florida :
....
) powder Carter, trans' pupil 60
c. E. yoweii, Msupt...._____.....ms.oo of
the la
physical equipment LINIMENT gives just about 40 cent. effectiveness !Miss Lillian Prentla, sal tch.-.j. 6.00 conference. The excellent work thatis
f per W. C. Bases MRPI____ _______. 4.00
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.' as compared with Bordeaux mlx- W. R.' Lan I..1', MPBI ......t*...' -18.40 \B A. Bebee, ditching, etc. .,nre'14.02 being done in Southern College and maintained at ,highest possible
.-'ro paste in the Irish potato field forth J. Balsden.. MBPI__...___.._. 11.00O. on the construction of KIsslmmea escapes the constant improvement in the quality level. .
t ._..__..._ on the school buildings at -
B. Woodall. of
Jan sch. 45 OOMr .In thework educating the mind
: <. control ''of*blight It, is, how'!ver. *. ''..,H. FI8'IIrt. Jan act J8._.. 17.00 and St. Cloud were opened and of this work, makes it the plain
' M. H. PORTER rntirely! 'effective in the control of lees Presbvterlan Church rent .ch 1 t.It found ... follows: duty of every Florida Methodist to and soul the training of the. physical:

I ....tlee .f the P....., District If*. 1Ocela "cslstant! fungous diseases that occurn Alex Haynes.: rent ach *8........ ,(..00Bratton Jacksonville Florida Metala, Fla.,Product.$211.00. Company" of I support the college with single-heart. being is noil ,neglected. The blgsrank -
& Oulce. 1.... that the has taken in athletics
rent ach 6.0" college

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Ce.crty. the tomato field. Miss Albina Smith, services Canning Ol1lt Iron Workof, Tampa Fla., ed loyalty and enthusiasm. Especially
k c..".,.....** Bxerateel With Care. Club __ ._._._... SO.00 SlUI.OO. at.this,time is the most united and enthusiastic I is proof that the Ideals of the)

'Y Ce-llevtleM Mae a ad Taxea .Paid f.. Pruning After Cold J. H Cndel. legal service.11.00. South of Florida Orlando Foundry Fla.. |1.and 70.00.Chattanooga MachlgeWorks support of the Methodist of college are those ,which place the)
Jatneh Handera. Jan sch >e N-.._, '.011 greatest stress uport asound mind ina
I'f.-R..e.t.' Just how long before I should Iron Work of Chattanooga the state needed to free 'the collegefrom

'.:1.' Office ler ........,.. ...... 1**. prune my trees damaged by cold?, R 'D. flown, servlces'fch- '!' -I.J&.00: : Tenn.. $100.00.Chattanooga its long-standing financial ''encumbrances sound, body.It .

r ' Answer: We cannot give you def ".1.." Tearber Srke.l .5.., Roofing A Foundry. Co., and to make sure its future is the earnest1 desire of the
inite time for this R. M. Evans sal tch ach 1........ It5 00 of Chattanooga, Tenn., $1,711.00.After the Methodist college board of trustees of Southern College
doing 'work ,You considering the se"- success as great
carefully ;
Mist Almenla-lrtUner ....,..._..1'>OTOot well ,Its efficient
as as present
cannot tell just how far back the dead M. Davidson .___... ._ ?.- 10000 ral bid, the board on motion duly of Florida. ,
I w wood goes until after growth is wellunder' Mis Clara Ledbe.r.-. __.. *0 fco seconded, awarded the) contract to theChattanooara Southern College affords to the management, that every Methodist la
must not durbig'growing )11... Louise Clark ._..._? ...._ 10 OMlra .. Roofing Foundry Com- Methodist and of Florida rally to the aid of the college*, r rDr.
... i war; you prune lith; .i'Crawford -,..-. :.._ *t OO rrBo and authorized the .:':'haa1 young men women StonewallAndersonsecretaryofthe .
.season and you should lust: Frunces LaDc.ton ......' *t4 tomakscontract. ,. . Florida eve'7' advantage and facilitythat .
/ j' prune just as soon as the growth is )(,.M Lola Lawler ........_... /6 Oft company. can be given by a college of Christian . General Board of Education. wOL.
'Man V'rtrll' Kent _____..,..,... *niOM'SB The trustees of Sub School District speak in behalf of the Southern College
'1 matured for dead wood in the is learning and these) advantagesare
grove Clap Wk>olrl City MarketFresh unsanitary. It is a harbor for the WVW. Ch.ndl.r"IO per month to transport furnished at a most moderate
Mr. F. C. Bryan...,....;...;. 6600 '
\ melanose and ___. his children to School No. 2$. The of schoolto .* at 7 o'clock oni Sunday evening-. ..
fungus causing stem- Mrs. F. C. Bryan .,.?_-...._' SLOG cost. It is the purpose the
Mr. F. C. Edwards .__,.......'_ 5.OO bO.rdl finding that Mr.-Chandler's chil March It Every Methodist wh DM.
end rot .o serious in a bearing lived the purest and most wholesome )
grove four miles from the school- preserve
Mia Harriet Wilcox ......._. 66.00lit. sibly can do so is urged to attend'this'meeting
and allows the, entrance of the house, agreed to allow the amount home and religious influences,
worm
.. Cecelia Overatreet __*..__. .(."
; 'Ii' Florida and that so often causes great loss in Mia M. C. Bryan -.----.------. 6.OO stated the came to be paid. out. of' th.- and to afford at. th.-..m. time.th ; and to give all byte mid poselble
i Mis. JUlllan Dale $1.00 Sub School District funds.The in" tha splendid work.taiat ia May
the varied and effective educationaladvantage
; young groves by eating pith'out, Mica Medora Rqss.ll.-------. 4100Mlaa following bid were received for most done for Christian educatioa thnajb

r f; Western Meats thus. killing the tree way back. Ruth Clark .............. u.Oe: hte construction of well at School No. posible.! In such a collegeit Southern College. 4. -"-
\ Mia Lucy: vritherapoon __...*... "'OO '.JPInney Point Is'the great aim to train the heart
Mica Elon Qulce, five _... 11.60 L. McAllister two Inch well. .alvan.aed
In
Spraying day* and head such .. way that the finest

of all You kindly,advised me as to a Mlac MI. Emma Nellie Towell MoQuarrle__*........,.._., 76.OO 76.00 I John pipe W., 66c Armstrong per fooLI two Inch well, results can be obtained in the molding

.kinds. schedule of spraying. Now the cold Mice Mae Pettla. ach *_____.____ 46.00 galvanised pip. 660 inch tCH>t. of Christian character. '
; has come and killed so many insects Miss/ Iva Nlswonrer, ach ._..... 60.00 J. C. Dibble, two wall' Balanced , ,With this aim in view the Instruction -
Mrc. Louie Huff, ach 4.......__. 60.00J. pipe, 76o per foot. $$p s J
and disease shall I need' to includes in additon to all
germs, I 1. Williams, .ch t __. 40.00 On -motion, duly seconded the contract I given
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Phone orders spray at all? _- Minn. Sarah Williams, ach ..... ;40.00 was awarded to L.. McAllister the customary literary And scientflc
your Answer: It is true that in the drop- Mlaa Lillian Prentls, sch 1....___ (000 who I Is to furnish all material and guarantee branches-' complete Bible Sunday u

ping of leaves insects will Miss Lottie Doollttle. sch I.___..+0.00 satisfaction. The chairman of school and missionary'training; the
and they many Mlaa Edna Schwelkart. ach 1._ 60.00Miss' the board was authorised to sign a
starve to death but dead and weakened ' ffie Bass' sch 10__ 46.00 contract with Mr. McAllister.' best and moat varied courses In both '
plant tissue Induces the develop- Mrs \'CE H. mocker. *rh II_? 40:00 i, The board learning. that the City vocal and instrumental music, art, and [BPKMY[ ADAPTD)

"' will be 'promptlydelivered. ment of manj djsease germs and while P J,,P.FrAnklin.J. Franklin,ch, sch1140.00 18_,_..__ 46.00Tire Council to of be St.constructed Cloud had ordered around aidewalks the- thoroughly practical and effective instruction '

\ the reason can not be shown as trulyas Mist Rliila Patton,. sch LI_.,..__ 40.00 school lot appointed W. C. ass and C. in all phases,of business and
, In the case of ''diseases practical R. R. Rlley, ceh 11___Uh_______ 100.00 B. Yowell to Investigate' the matter, commercial courses. It may readilybe For Your
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t- experience has proved that meets are Mra. Laura. Lee, sch 19________ 70.00P. and take whatever steps are. necessary.MIc seen from this that the courses offered
A. Northrop sen 18__.:....____ 85.00 Harriet Wilcox presented her
always worse after a ,seviere shock to Miss --M..rtl. Fletcher ach 11___. tS.00MIc resignation a* teacher1 In the Fifth are very complete and varied,
i Phone 44 the tree. You wll probably have to Katharine Shadoan. sch 16 6600 Grade. of School No. I. which wa accepted and of the highest and truest practicaland State

spray more than. usual rather than Mis I Star Paisley sch 16_--___ 6600Hfia and to finish Mrs. J.out. Trammel the remainder was appointed ofhe cultural value. The school offersa "
Emma
Tyson, 16.66.00
sqh 1
less. Mite Lillian ids crh 16..___u_ 500 i ; term. much wider range of, studies than-
Mica Ruby Baas, sal tchr act 1C 66.006IIst R. M. Davidson, science teacher and most colleges. ?
Proprietary Sprays Fleda. Hqollttle. No. 18____ 6500 : athletic each of the Osceola High In order to give to its students FREE: ,
his resignation. The
mixed Mra. Rhoda Lucas No. 18.--: .- 40.00Min School, presented. educational advantages .....
advise
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note you never ready Mary I'herlsro, Nn. !.,.. 40.00 board, after duly considering, the mat. such exceptional -
prays and though I can see your reasons W.-N Zander. No. JO N.,.._,..-_--::_ 6600Ptnrl 'I tier, .accepted the resignation! the cams the college management has Our Instructive Catalogue
I' am so situated that I want Johnson No. ZO N.-_______ a5.00Ji I to take effect on Feb"uary.18. 1917Mis secured and retains all members of the .
rLnourFertilizers something 'mix !. H. Tlmmong, No, 20 N.._______ J6.00 I Elon Oulce was appointed assistant those and t women and Weekly Price List
just
man can only men
my up primary teacher In School No 1 faculty
1A., Johnson. No. 20 N......,..._ 16.00 .
and use for both insects and diseases., L. L. Jordan. No. SO W....______ 46.00 at a salary of '$50.00 Amonth', who are of the best character and who
What would you recommend r' Bathe King, No. 20 W______._ 3600 J M Bryant Was appointed supervisorof possess the' most complete and effective SEND FOR
Mra. J. H. Bteffee No. 21 C 1000Ml School No 4, In place of W. R. LanIer >
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day
Answer: Pyrox is -"douhtedty: the educational training in the
.. resigned.
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Orpha Rose, No. it____ 46.00 -
best proprietary mixture for your MellHsee. Roberson. No. 25 ___ ',"._ 15 00 The chairman.-reported to the board. branches which they teach. The development THEM. TODAY
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purpose, though as yo.v i"Hrrtahd we W. H. Johnson No. ._??_Oj. 86.0 that It had beenWalled to his attention of the noblest character is
Harle William.I No. S8...____._. 8500Mica that under the I Itrw a great majority of ,
Remember please, that we recommend straight Bordeaux mixture believed at Southern College to be the
the voter would not be entitled to vote
Lescle Jo 28.__...__ 40.00
Haye
manufacture or handle EV, and arsenate of lead paste mixedIn 1111... Mattle Tyson No.-3.0._..._ 1500 at the election called for January 27 highest aim of Christian education HAIffIN SEED OK'
ERY fertilizer and material the proportions the situation re- Mrc.\ Eunice RlchArd.on'No. 11_. 46.00 to decide on the question of compulsory and nothing is' spared that will contribute .

value to Cora Cauldln ____ ....._ school attendance for the reason that '
having recognized quires. No. 12. 15.00 to this worthy,end. Not only JACKSONVILLE FLA.- .
all voter. to theirpoll eJ
law
the require pay
the We offer T. J. Little No. S6..I,,____- +0,00Daly .
grower. many D. Jones No. 40........_._. 10.00 taxes on or before the second 8a(
special citrus formulas) ; also Mies Betty PherUro. No. 41____:: 40.00 urday In the. le'O:: h ef: :..e."n'lIy.1II'.themonth .
vegetable and field crop fertilizer Honklns & Kempfer. schools In an ; -
sup
*. Ask Your Grocer No. 12. U, 22 __._Il_._ 7.0 and that by reference to the. Tax Collectors -
Klxsy, -Telephone Co., Phones offlee book It was seen that a very
and school No., !.....,- 7,+0 mall. number of the voter. had paid. ,
., Animal Fertilizers State Hank of Lebotech. their poll tax. It wa decided by him
No. 20 N. .iITr'i'r..ht: -. 1'u.4 that It would be advisable by him topostpone Spring
Chemical Fertilizers Kenner.sawyerCo..ups.'forfair 16.07 the election to some future
Osceola time, preferably to March trd. and he
Hardware Co Bchs.NOB.
: Fertilizer Materials NEALS '.-10 N22 and? sup ttfttee... 17.66 had Instructed the Valley Gaiette to
1 Blood & Bone Tankage CHEE R. *1. Evans frelgrht.teleirrama discontinue the notice of the electionfor '
and sup. sch. No. 12.06 January 7th and to publish a notice + t ApplicationBearing

r.. Stock & Poultry Feeds Bt- Cloud Tribune, pub. comp, sch. stating why the election had been t
\ law and two warrant. book.. 41.25 postponed. Thereupon the board approved -
Materials Klnsy, Valley Gazette of the action of It* chairman In
Spraying sch.
COFFEES No 1 and printing-_, __sups.______. 101.21 chancingthe date of the election from and Young Trees .
West Disinfecting Co., sup.- _. 1.50 January 27th to March 2rd.There .
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'Our immense manufactnr- C. E. Yowell. reps. on typewriterand beingno further business, the a

y, log plants and centralized expresa.: ....._...._.... .51 BoaTd adjourned until the next regular
Mica Almenla Leltner allowance, meeting, March 6th, 1(17 l
buying system enables us Best By Every Tesif F. R. A.. Arcadia_'.._____ 6.00 Attest: F10ridealSpecial
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,,, to offer finest quality possible Mm. F. C. Edwards,.allowance, v. C. BASS Chairman.C .

. in everything. Beoklet F. B. A., Armdla_____________ 6.00 EJ.; TOWELL. SuperintendentsONE
". and particulars free from Mlna. ,Clara Ledbetteo. ., allowance '
: i K. B. A, Arcadia-------__,. 00 \' You get a dollar's worth of plant'food for each

T.'J. Appleyard, county ) ;. .'. 26:60 dollar and additional dollar's value in the cor-
Waters &; Carson A. E. 'Drought Insurance ..,h. it 40.00 .16r MAELY an
H. &: W. H. Drew Co., desks schs rect proportioning to give best results. -
No*. 0 and 1C____,-,\. 101.77 -
GROCERY CO. The' (J. 8. C. Co.. sups. cch 1.-,_ 20.00 DOSE WILL CONVINCE Write for catalogue and prlcl: >s.t .
A. J. McDonouKh. service architect

." Kiuimmee,. Florida. SAWMILL' on contract ......._.-.___ 41.95 Gall Stones Cancer Ulcers of 'the
ana
\. Salary Teacher. .aeao.le., .e, a,, .. u. ,
: ,? Armour Fertilizer Works MACHINERY N Stomach and Intestines Autd-Intoxt- eta Wilson & Toomer FertUizerlCo.Muuifacturer .
r/ ,i. R. R. Rile .....:._L.-.'-,,--... 2500Mr t ,
] Jacksonville Fla. AND *. Laura. L-. .-..,._ ...t, idoo( cation Yellow'Jaundice Appendicitis IDEA D Ideal Fertilizers cr'ltoalo6Sl
:, 1(: . P. A. Northrop ZI-;_ ..!.___ZTir 10.00 and other fatal ailments result from *

., ALISUPPUE5.Write Miss M.rtle Fletcher ,..,_??.... 10.00 Dealer Tertilixer Materials
. Mia Htar Paisley. _--___._.- 10.00 Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
( MI. Katherln Shadoan .._. ... 10.00 Material and Insecticides
'\ Stomach. Suff'erers'owe their complete eesaaw: Spraying
( For Pncei And M I.. Emma Tyson "' _..__.., 10.00 S .
? Miss Lillian Ida _.....,...____._ ,10.00 recovery to Mayr's Wonderful JiduoaTille. Florida -
Grow i I C&ialogut Mica Ruby Bas .._-.--j.i 10.00 'Unlike a ,
Stom-
other for
MIc Fleda Doolltti. _.....__..- 10,00 Remedy. any tanlni.
;, ; $ J. K. Kltrart/ attendance and sanitary ach AII ent.. For sale by'J.,Z. Roberson nete, -
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.. , officer *- .-.. .40.00 l
r ." JH_ Hargrav.rt d ay........... .60 and ,druggists everywhere.

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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH 2, 1917

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. r School Attendance Election\Tomorrow; \ ; I I";r


't ) White Man's City Primary March 10 i .

.tea '. ,dll II: ;
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n'yi i Tomorrow is the day set for the have their names placed on the official\ .asa.a .,-- x:;;: i ". ". U ..

compulsory" school attendance election, ballot, were requested to give proper ....--..... '"''. I ,
notice with the chairman of the exec- ... "
according: to. the call Issued by the . 'u. L t. '
+ proper authorities. It Is expected that utive committee on or. before the last e \0' "' \ .,
e the patron of school district No. 1 day of February, this is to bo accom- \I. \ I . .i''i'
I will take the proper interest the panied by the amount assessed
matter the question being one that If against each which money is to be
d,7 ; of Tital importance to everyone having used in defraying the expenses of the i
children attending the public primary. The amounts fixed are: : Good Folks : )
schools, The election booth will be Mayor $5, clerk 5, marshal and tax r.J ; 1 ', : ; '
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I in the Casino building- and the officials collector $5,members! of the city council .. ,.
in charge are: J. M. Gardner $2. '
I J. W. Lilly H. M..Bratton, inspectors: ; I The' voting in the. primary election
Mir A. E. Thomas,.clerk. Those who have shall be by first and > second choice
.hot yet fully acquainted themselves ballot, 'compliance with the provisions '
I. with the ''provisions the law under of the state primary 'laws, and t / rr. Stick TogetherI r 'i :
r which this election will be held, would the names of the candidates will appear
t'' do well to read the same as appears in on the ballots in alphabetical or I .
+ u Another column of this issue for their der. The returns will be canvassedby 1 '
a benefit before going'to the ballot box.However the executive committee, which w
'the question has been 'agitated consists of Messrs. S. II. Bullock
for quite a long time, and it is chairman; F, II. Lawson, C. A. Car. .f
u tp expected that practically everyone has eon, W. C. B.... The time set for this AIi ..
r studied this Important matter closely. work" is on the night of March 10, in

G' City Primary Next Saturday the city council l chamber. Thiswill, be C t t{f' ' '14d.4 "i'I., rrr,,',1"r J q %'. .. .k ,.. ,
This appears to be a season for elec. done publicly and in accordance' with,! g x W .' P.. ,,

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n. CANDIDATES FOR CITY OFFICES ti4,,, R I .I''


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Who Ask' Support of Voters at White Man's .... !. I'}


Primary to be 'Held March 10. 1c'r. ,:; I It f .

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For 'Mayors ;; 1 4'I t 1 1I

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,,.,-,_:.. J. .S.: CADBL,. -J-i;. ::./"--vf-v-wr-: r

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GAY ..
LIVINGSTON ..
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J. W. THOMPSON, .y \ !
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For City Clerk: ' . ; ','... ., '., '' ': ,.: I'm mighty glad I' was born a real .South. ,wish you could see my home-rit: is so '..... ': !

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J. R. GILBERT, .. \ .erner. Just suppose I had been an Eskimo, clean"and bright and cheery and whole :: f

TOM WOODALL, t':
some-thefinestwhitesthea1thjesttobacco
or an Indian, or something-with rings in t,

4 For Treasurer. : my nose and ears factory in all the, world. i iI f :,1,1'I

J. Z. ROBERSON, '
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All M. STORY Yes, sir- I am good and proud of myI am called SOVEREIGN-King of-Them' :,

; For Marshal' and Tax Collector: Southern birth.. My mother is from Vir All! But my -middle name is Smoke, ''


'. : G. W. OVERSTREET' ,. "? ". ginia and my father i is ,from the Carolinas. friend-and 'all over"the South my loyal ;-'
? D. A. BASS. '
.I was born and raised down here among friends, are with me, because /.

For Councilmen: \ .
"
", i ., you all. .
'.'. 'DR.'' W. W. CARSON, '

_ EUGENE C. BRYAN. :. . You FolksoF the South KNOW goocrblood"f '; k

S. B. :AULTMAN,' : .

'B. }3. HALEY. You Folks of the South KNOW, good tobacco ';.

F. H. LAWSON. '
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_ Uon The .school matter to be disposed the primary election laws of Florida, I want you>all for my friends-every.one of you. Give me a, chance-see how I make i } l .
of at the ballot box tomorrowwill 'I- "
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and announcement made -
as to who is
be followed next: Saturday by the nominated good. And don't forget-: \> "
White Man's Primary for the nomina- for office. The city election ,
tion of officers for the city -of Kiel wilPbe held in March 31, at which 1
l immee to serve during the new fiscal time those nominated in the primary ,' '
year. Naturally a great deal of Interest will be the...vowed candidates of the : ,j ( .. "" ,: .'" .;J'\j" , ...: ., , " IC
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is being manifested in the primary White Man' Party, and every one '', "J fti ;('! " 'i:',\\\I't";".' {<,,4, 'i. .' ., J t[., .h 1f', ."J: ,,. )
and all candidates who 'have participating in the primary will be .'..v!, -.i." '. .';';'jJ" ii {"'Ii. ". / '';.- ''f':, II" { ::1; announced themselves for office are I pledged to support the nominees. ',?,< j. ,. !"" 1 ; : '_ '\\l., ,lL..(. C/o -B'' ; : ';'f', .' ; .
quietly working., for their "cause." At the famjguaranteecl, ..d .1. ''''' ",,', ', "'. "******* ;
primary charter board of {, ,V\ ,
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: .' \ ,. .. ', " '\ w s (ipw V' ?TV. >-** / <$p:" ( \ \", ,: >
I There is not much noise but' five '. ** \\F
notceable\ members will also be chosen, in .lf don't like tne returri me to your dealer anu get' < I ,
the work is beng done just the same. accordance with the action of the city you. :
.' From indications there Is considerable council at a, recent meeting. Those back have said it. Southern gentleman is known t
rivalry'all of which is of a' good-nat elected will be in office for a period of your money ;

cared' sort,'however and it is safe to two years, and their duties will consist the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine.overeign ; .. ,
say that the successful candidates of drafting and submitting to the
are hard to pick at this time., All and people of Kissimmee a new charter : f
nounced to the present time are men In order to make the form of city gov- .
any of whom ,would make good ,of- ernment more definite. The officers (' l
Acials, chosen, the interests of the city will be N. H. Bratton E. G. Vans S .
'safe in their hands, Agnew, J. W. Lilly; clerk, A. E. :
k Candidates in crder to qualify, and Thomas. arettes 1
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::1 'CHRISTI-
ENDEA VOREditor I
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FOR THE GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH ;'


Max P. Moritz of the Kis- Is jt true that all ministers from" 66 ffifc&m/ at:6 / I

stmmee Valley Gazette surprised us Ohio are of the good C. E. variety? .I of .
by a cordial letter of co-operation in Ex-President J. D. Wyandt of the

mutual .work last week, and it was state union was that.sort. but he has -.---- !
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welcomed. gone back on us, to Ohio. I
This year two new returning pdstoral friendsare and the relatives and a limited num- GIVE -SYRUP OF FIGS" I most flattering conditions and the i A pain in your side or back that r
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The St. Petersburg Times announced Revs. George at New Smyrna and ber of their intimate friends were TO CONSTIPATED CHILD friends of both gentlemen wish them: catches you when you straighten up I
a get-together meeting for United Green in Interlachen both from Con guests. 'They were unattended. A abundant success in their undertaking. calls for a rubbing\ application of I
Brethren citizens and tourists in the gregational fields of Cleveland.Mr. wedding supper was served with covers ;Delicious; "Fruit Laxative"can't harm Ballard's: Snow Liniment. It relaxes t
Sunshine City. When they get 'together tender little Stomach liver the contracted muscles: and permit.
I enough to start real Taylor for nineteen. The bride's table and I A good treatment a cold settledin ordinary i
a church Wyatt one of the new bowtels bodily motion withuot suffer a .
we can eafely count on a C. E. addition I. and valued field workers of the South held a center of pink roses and pink the-lung. is a Herricks Red Pep ing or inconvenience.' Price 25c, 60c \
to the number of churches having is Florida. and white roses,and carnations were per Porous Plaster applied to the and $1.00 bottle. Sold
touring Last Sunday said the per by Osceola
Look at mother! If
th-3 other blooms used. will : tongue
such organization for their young the Palm Beach Post, Mr. Taylor was for the They reside coated your little one's stomach,liver chest to draw out inflammation, and Pharmacy. f
people., to address the present.wlth-the groom'sparents Ballard'a.Horehound Syrup to relaxtightness. j t
city union ot. West and bowels need cleansing at-once- .
4ftd will be at home to their You
Palm Iket the two remedies
tampa, Jacksonville and West Palm Beach. friends after March 1. Mr. Phelps is When, eat peevish7 or act; cross naturally, listless, or, doesn'tsleep is fev-!for the price of one by buying the dollar Whenever You Need General Toolo '" ..,
Beach have the only city unions we Mrs. Rev. 'Wm. Drew of Daytona, connected with the Dahl clothing store e.rish, stomach sour, breath bad; has size horehound Syrup; there is a Take Grove'
know of yet. Daytona.-is talking it reported a' very successful union service and hi. bride for some time has been" sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, porous .plaster.free with each bottle.. The Old Standard Grove'a. Tasteless ; I
oe>.r, and St. Petersburg Pencacola held for Mr. Taylor In the Con- with the'local'telephone exchange., give teaspoonful of California Syrup Sold by'Osceola Pharmacy, chill Tonlo is equally valuable as a i
""Sstlford, and other places having two gregational church the local Christian of Figs" and in a 'few hours all General Tonic because it contains the .
white C. E. Union should fall in line. church and near-by friends of the o OOOOOOOOOOootOOOOOOOOtt. . the foul, constipated waste, undirected Visiting- card pnnted well known tonic:propertiesof QUININB ,.
by the Val- and IRON.
This is the of It acts on the Liver, Drives
age fellowships and "in'i Holly Hill society participating. c- BIBLE! food and sour bile gently moves i
union there is strength.:* Let us THE out of its little bowels without grip ley Gazette Job Department. oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
know what others going to do Miss\ t and have a well, : Build up the WuoleSyrtem. :iO ceDta.
.' are Sophia Renoehl told of the Oh 1 This book is the hive tof all third{. -you playful I (
about It. prospective visit again. Ask your druggist fora <- ,
to the Jacksonville -
o the -- I I0000"0000000.000
sweetness 'armory of all well 0
Ir
50-cent bottle of "California i
City Union from the Geld fcyrup -
secretary. .
The topic fort Sunday's C. E. Please let us hear from other places 4 tempered weapons, the tower. of Figs" which contains full directions uuoooooooOtOOO'O'ooocoo..OOO.: .... '
Y meetings is The idea to be where Mr, Taylor containing the crown. jewels of for babies, children of all agesand X r 3 y .r
cornea to inspiration .
bring
STOPS
<> the universe, the lamp that for ABSOLUTELY ALL LEAKS
brought out Is that we must be use- and grown-ups. .
information.
Notice .
0 kindles all other lights, the home 0 ''s
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ful in life and that .
work. the
means In '
adjectives for
they are 'Just what 0 of all majesties and splendors, < ARNOLD & M'DONOUGH IS A GRAPHELASTIC '
y past years there. were two quotations Christian Endeavor wideawakemeans. the : ROOF PAINT ,,
stepping tone on which* .
much used in Endeavor programs. GRACE A. TOWNSEND. NEW CONTRACTING CONCERN
heaven to kiss the 0
1 One. was "Christian Endeavor in Action Interlachen. February 26th. with its'stoops the earth .' SOLD UNDER POSITIVE GU RANTEEI' '}
glories, marriage .
? The other, "Not be
MinUUreJ 00 ring that unites the celestian A new contracting firm has been NOT AN EXPERIMENT BUT AN ESTABLISHED
Unto, but
to Minister. Let for TESTED
real definition in ths us a FORMER KISSIMMEE GIRL IS and the terrestial, while all the 0 formed in this city by W, H. Arnold, PRODUCT I
year 1917, put it MARRIED IN NORTH DAKOTA > clustering white robed multitudes Graphelailic will make an old roof its good
thus: Christian Endeavor in action- the well-known builder and Alan J. as new Any one can apply
not to be ministered ) .of the sky stand round to rejoice it. For,5 years the standard roof paint of the I 5
unto, but to min. The following from a recent issue > MacDonough, architect and engineer, South '
at the
nuptials. This book is the 0 OUR PRICES Barrels ;
ister. of the Bismarck .(N. D.) Daily Trib- wrath into which arc twisted all which will be underthe, name of Arnold : 52 gallon. 60c per gaL Half barrela"about J.;
une will be of interest to > the & .30 gallon, 65c per gallon. Less than half barrels ..
Miss Mary Bynington Is new Pre. many peopleof garlands, song into which MacDonough. These gentlemenhave 75c pet gallop i ,.. ,
this !city: > hathpoured all. the ''tide. Graphelastic will cover about 200 feet
byterian presdent in Winter Haven great offices in the Fraternity building square to the gallon. '
"Robert Phelps, son of Mr. and Mrs\ of. hallelujahs, the firmament in where Graphe a.Uc Liquid Cement for'roof. "
and the' former one, Mrs.- Ethel Lac- they will be pleased to meet. in very bad condition
Thorns $1 J gal. ,
Phelps.of Third street, and which .
all suns and and >* per .
moons their friends
tzsch, a altIll very wide-awake; show. Miss\ Edna Weits of this but for- many at all times. Graphelastic: heavy cement.50 pounds 8c per pound . ,
city
stars and constellations *
Ing this by a splendid news letter Ju merly .of Florida and gal. Mr.Arnold has been engaged in the ,AEove prices subject to \\Q% discount for '.
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were married last axles: and immensities and line ca h.
unverses building .in this city for ,
received in our office. It is to be ahed evening i (Lhe home of the a long .
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groora'r and eternitieswheel and time, and he needs introduction \ ,
no
I Here is to
by portions. one of the. ,
brotherin vw and T. Graphelastic
triumph.- DeWitt. the while
'' public, is :
nevr'minister Mr.-MacDonough
We have a at our chui .' Mrs. H. id, Stohm. Seventh 'street > -.. .Manufacturing r
Rev: > of Talmda440.0000.000.ooooooooooto* equally as' well .known, having been }
wow, ) r. Bryce Ashland. 0. Rev. Br R. Jjcla of the 0
't' A Baptist . GENERAL OFFICES
,We like him WJ""_much'" too.J churc).'Ift''' the -ervlce.at 8 o'clock, + S identified The with engineering firm for a long JACKSONVILLE FLA: it'' I r
\ .period. new starts out under " '..O'.OO..o -
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KISS1MMEE VALLEY (GAZETTE; FRIDAY, MARCH 2,. 1917 r FIVE:




It r\-. LIST OF AWARDS' ,OSCEOIA COUNTY fAIR. .11 i Cold. Sores and #'tOUTICAL :ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR I


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:. NEIiD". CR"'FT DEPARTMENT S-Beat Sofa Pillow CITY CLERKI promise to faithfully perform the
ClaiM A-VlB. Sewl..r, M... I.. sad! I 1-Mra H. W. Morrow Fever Blisters
duties of the o;fice. Have had nine
Uaaa 7-Beat 'Article not named hereby announce my candidacy
''!t.oi. :. I-Beat Dr... 1-Mrs. Cry L. Hyatt for reelection to the office of City months experience as night police...

I 5-Beat 1-Mra.Prince.M. E.Blip Waring {laan+.._I F...,. W.rit are only outward manifestations of the Clerk subject to the action of the man and think I could flll the position

1-Mra. Carrl. Bryant I-Beat Silk Coverlet inflammation of the'' mucous surface white man's primary to be held the aatllf ctorily.' D. A.'BASS.

-Beat Corset Cover 1-Mlaa Gladys Caner stomach and'aU a let in March 191?. '
1-Mra. Carrie Bryan 2-Bt Applique Quilt that lines the lungs,the << Saturday FOIr MARSHAL
4-S-Beat: Nightgown 1-Mra. George Baaat the digestive tract but they give Not being: a stranger to the office I hereby announce to my friends

I''. 1-Mra.Kitchen T. W.Apron EllisIBe.t -Beat 1-Mr Cotton.. Fannie Patchwork Buy St.Quilt Cloud you evidence of how sore.. membrane Oil the good voters who have dealt so that Twill be a' candidate for reelection

I-Mra. J. L. Overatreet 4-Beat Quilted Quilt become aa a result of inflammation kindly with me In the past, I now of. to the position of City Marshal
7-Beat Xlmona 1-,11'. IV. J. Frlpp may for my, past record; as a guarantee of subject to the will of. the white)
of the
i I 1_Mlaa Ethel Wilder 7-Beat Woven Rug which is stagnation blood. further service should I be returnedto '
i' t-Beat Baby Dr... 1-Mlaa Nettle Towellt rightfully called acute catarrh. voters in th. approaching primary.
I. 1-Mr*. J. L. Overatreet -Beat Hairpin I Work1Mrs. the office. J. R. GILBERT. I place my record before the people
ti! 10-Beat, Plain Hemstitched Hundk'rc'f. C. H. Funk3Best If you suffer from such conditions don't let them become as my platform, and If re-elected to
.. Coronation Braid Piece -FOR YOR
1-Mr I. H. Weatherbee
( 11-Beat Pair Hematltched Plllowcaaea 1-Mlaa Hettl Rloe, St. Cloud chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh. the White the responsible position which I have p.;
J 1_Mra. J. W. Chapman 10-Heat Boudoir Cap To Voters of Kisslmmee: held In the past, will give the office)
IMra, Edd George St. Cloud it With PERUNA I ake this of
II-Beat Pair Hemstitched Sheets Clear Up means announcing my the
careful
11-Beat Pincushion I Corer. for same and painstaking '
1-Mra. Hugh Qelirer,' candidacy the office of Mayor of
f' ,11-Beat.Article not named 1--Mra. T. B. Urlffln When your system U cleared of an its poisons,the membranes soothed the city of Kisiimmee, subject to the consideration In the future. I respectfully
1-Mra. George Baa 12-Beat Fancy BBS and digestion\ restored will enjoy life feel ask all '
1_Mra. N. C Bryan and healed, the cold gone your you White Primary to be held in March, White voter-for
to all Its tasks and be at peace with the world. Let Peruna do for you their support. Which I '
CruM Kaabrvlflerr 16-Heat Palmetto Basket equal and if elected will fulfill the duties of assure you,
,. 1-Beat Dreaa I-Mra. J. L. .Albrltton St; CJoudIIB..t wbat It did for this soflerer: the office to the best of my ability and will be appreciated. j' 1:
Pine Needle Basket1Mrs.
i 1-Mlaa Anne Bryan Carter Bert Baxter, Bt Cloud In conformity with the laws of the G. W. .OVERSTREET. .

I-Be.t 1-Mra.Prlnceaa Carrie Sheet Bryant 20-Beat Pine Needle Tray Mrs. L A. Patterson. 238 Utah Avenue MeD phla,Term says! .state and the ordinances of the city.I "

f, 1, -Beat Cornet Cover 1-Mra. L. H. Ingram '**I have ton a friend of Peru.for man?you. I I b..*used It off and on for oatarrhallinsll respectfully solicit and will appreciate o FOR COUNCILMANI
1-Mra. J. L. Beaman 21_Heat,Raffia Haakct or TrAy complaints and found It a rrr excellent........". I h.... fai mllr of children. Tlnwai. your support wish to announce my candidacy '
? 1-Mra. H. W. Morrow .. but I afford do without Parana especially during the .
t, 4-Beat Nightgown hard with u can scarcely to
1-Mlaa Jeaale Boston, 22-Heat. Reed Basket or Tray Maaon of the roar when nought and colds an preraloouto W.always nooomnMad Parana. JOHN S. CADEL. for membership on the City Council .,
0 I.-Beat Combination' I-Mra. J. U Overstreet2SBert . our oe\ab.\ ......for tba benefit It b..been to...." of Kissimmee subject to the will of ',
1-Mlaa Jeaalo Bo.ton .. Rag Rug;. r Yon needn't suffer longer with such a remedy at band. I' FOR MAYOR the voters In the white primary to be
1 Mlaa Nettle Yowell24Beet .
I hereby myself
annuonce
10-Beat Child' Dress as a can.
1-Mra. T. M. River.IIB..t Article not named. u didate for Mayor of the City of Kls- held In March. If chosen to the office
Baby Dress1Mrs 1-Mra.,J. L. Overatreet slm in the election to be held next I pledge myself to fulfill the duties of

'1J-Bent. Baby. Will Cloak Ryan St. 'Cloud. Claa. 11-SprrUI P...... I. IVe*. obtained la tablet form. March and respectfully ask for .the the office to the best of my ability

1-Mra. O. B. Fags, Yew lea carry It with you and take it ay*. support of all citizens who believe in according to the ordinances of the) city
14=: Beat Bafey Pillow ,1-Beat and Moat Varied Display of bNAkiraua.al.s,. ,. tmnaticallr sad regularly. for rm*
IS-, Beat 1-Mra.Pair E.Pillow R. Farmer Ca...." 1-Mra.Work Ira of Weatherbee Exhibitor > L"1ti70z1t'' esr_ rau_ steededfer' preventive. Get a box today.S" of city affairs. all citizens. S. B. AULTMAN. .

]-Mlaa.Madeline Hill KarcooaaaeII cam = .. GAY LIVINGSTON.FOR .
-Beat Lunch Set rmztca FOR SCHOOL WORKUrad J ThoPe Company:Colaonbua, OhioSt. FOR COUNCILMANI
1-Mra. T. J.,Welch >d sad Mlak BehMlaflee MAYOR
17-Beat Napklna with Initial .l.. 1-Dr.wi.g-A-C.lor W.rk hereby announce my candidacy
I-Mra. C. L. Hyatt 2-Second Grade1Khsldmmee f hereby''announce myself a candidate for member of the City Council of
It-Beat Pair Towela School for the office of mayor of the ,
1-Mra. H. M. Pfann 4-"Fourth Grade1Klsalmmee town of Kisslmmee subject to the action Kissimmee subject to the action of

20-1 Beat_Mra Centerpiece..J. L. Overatreet. Punch Work; "School I ofthe-white_ :" nvftn/s; .primary to be the White Man's Primary. In March. -

21-Beat Centerpiece, French Object 'Dr.wi.a.'; ,:,, held the firat'Saturday in March 191?. Having been a resident of this city 'c
, 1- .: :J., M. Miller: S-Flrat Grade If elected, I pledge myself to rive the '
22-Beat Centerpiece.. Eyelet 1_ Cloud School 'if ". for many years, and thoroughly acquitinted -
1-Mlaa Helen. Chase., Bt. Cloud -Fifth Grade Cloud Department duties of the office my very best attention with the needs of the mania
= 1 St, Cloud School : Respectfully) .
,21 Be.t Table Cover Fcaach.. ipality I feel that I can be of service
1-Mr*. -A.' W. 'Bailey24 } -" "0 19\:-Sixth: : Grad. "" " '""* . .. 0 -:" -J.-.W. THOMPSON.FOR in the : i
-Beat. Colored Embroidered. Sofa lw-St Cloud School' "*, office,asked for, and respectful
Pillow 3-Oil. Baaa ly solicit the votes of everyone desiring .
I-Mr. H.M. Pfann 12-Ela-hth Grade NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR.OWN ',CITY CLERK a business-like and systematic administration .
27-Beat Colored Embroidered Centerpiece 1 Cloud School '
I hereby myself of affairs
11-High School SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT announce a* a public
1-Mrs. I* H. Ineram 1_ Cloud School candidate for City Clerk of Kisiim B. E. HALEY. '

21-Beat Embroidered. Sideboard Scarf, [ I mee subject to the voters of the
French Copied Bketeh !. Water e.I.. COUNCILMAN
t 1_Mlaa Anne Carson 14-Hlarh School of any grade W. S. Alyea returned 'last week trip to Tampa St. Petersburg and White Primary to beheld in March. FOR
2>-Beat Embroidered Sideboard Scarf 1--Oladya Calklna Being* thoroughly competent to conduct Deslrious of serving the City of
,, Eyelet 2-Ruth HlrtaelBectloai after a 'two weeks' trip to Kansas Cityand St; Augustine before returning to his tie affairs of this Important Kissimmee in the capacity of Council
home m Illinois.
21_1 Beat-MlM Fancy Madeline Apron Hill Narcooaaee :S-\ .. ._B St. Louis, Mo.; .Chicago Ill., Ni Mr. Robert Burroughs who is flee in a systematic and man, I hereby make my announce 1

IMra. H. N. rattonatn.at 1-Flrat Grade agra Falls, Buffalo, New York City, spending the winter in our, Wonder I like manner I solicit the "bUlineu-1 ment and ask for the support of all
Croaa-Rtltch Piece 1-St. Cloud School friends and citizens in general sub
1-Mra. C. Bucket 2-Second Grade1Kissimmee and two days in Washington D. Q. Mr City left Tuesday'morning for a two all voters promising; If ject to the White Primary to be, held
21-Beat Hardang-er. Piece School days' trip to DeL 1nd. Fla. closest.attention to business and 8
Alyea glad to get back to the In March and if elected will fulfill
1-Mra. E. A. Barnes 1-St. Cloud School was conduct of office with satisfaction to ,
t6-he.t Article l not named1Mr. 4-Fourth Oracle South he found it twenty W. S. Alyea left Tuesday morning the duties of the office to the best of at
Sunny as all.
'. N. B. Carion I--Mt. Cloud School for a business trip tol Ocala and TOM WOODALL.. my' ability and in strict conformitywith
below in with ...
I-Ht. Cloud School degrees zero Chicago, Gainesville.Mr. - ---
eK.itll.g1Bret i t-Sixth Grade1Kissimmee. of the city ordinances. Your '\'ot.will' .)
Claim plenty snow FOR CITY TREASURER
and Mrs. F. E. Hastings of be
1-Mlaa Sweater Ann.or Carson Saccruo' School, Mr. and Mrs. Dunham and daughter I Shuffleld,'Conn.,,who'have been spendIng To the White Voters of Klssimmee: appreciated.F.. H. LAWSON

2-Beat Stockings 1I..Uo.rE."II.( -C who have been-spending the past the winter here left Friday morn. Desiring to serve the citizens in the
1-Mra. A. W. Johnston Booties 1-Fourth Grade I two weeks at the Home of Mrs. Phipps Ing fro a visit at Daytona Behch before capacity of City Treasurer hereby FOR COUNCILMAN
6 Beat Pair Baby Hooy or
o Klnnlmmee School on Maryland avenue, left on Thursdayto their northern make I take'this in
Shoes 5 Plxth Grade. returning to home. my announcement for the office means announcing
1-\Ire Levels O'Bryan 1-'<'....Imm.... School visit Tampa, St. Petersburg, Key Messrs. B, F.' Bibbs of Illinois, Til- subject to the white primary which Is my candidacy forre-electton as Councilman : -

i, 4-Brat Baby. Cap1Mrs. Seventh. Grade West and Cuba before returning totheir ton Wilson of Indiana end Mr. and to be held during the month of March of the city of Kisslmmee at
Anna Knoccel7Beet .... ,
Carriage Afghan \ 1 Kiaalmmeu School northern home near-Chic8R'o, Ill Mrs.Allen of Rhode Island, with, a ''!indo if elected, will use my best efforts the primary to be held In March soliciting -

i-- 1-Mra. Anna Knoccel. B..eys-Any lir.de' ) Mrs. Walter Neleon of Kisslmmee party of friends spent Friday last at I for the proper and faithful performance the support of all citizens a

' (-Beat Counterpane. Description of any scene: Elxht was a St. Cloud' caller on Tuesday ev Wildwood Grove. of the duties of that position. who want a business-like administration -
'' .
I-Mr. Mnrtha Brown. St. Cloud
9-Heat Article not named. .. Year Po..mllIKissimmee School ening. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Albertson anddaughter Confident that I am thoroughly qualified of public affairs, standing on my
1-Mra. Carrie Bryan Born on Tuesday, February 27th, Mlsi Dorothy, of Bangor to handle the requirements as record in the aldermanic bedy in'tho

... RertloKi 4-.e..... -n to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Daniels, a Pa., and Mrs. Trout of Now Jersey such official, I respectfully_solicit the past. ,,EUGENE C. BRYAN.FOR .
.. < D-Croehetlaar
1-Best Sweater. or Racque Portfolio KaTeloite tie>erl fteaool girl.The who have been spending the past few support of all good citzens, for which COUNCILMAN-
# 'fI,.' 1-Mia. *,Ethel ,Wilder \\''>rk Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary to weeks here visiting Mr. Albertson'a I am thankful advance..
r.> !-Heat Shawl 1-Fourth Grade. the Army and Navy Union held their father!,.left Thursday for their, home A., M; STORY. I hereby announce my candidacy for
1 Ht. Cloud School
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I i i 0 I-Mr., A. W. Bslley'2Best I-KI"lmm..e, School uiyjal meeting in the Masonic Hall In.the north. re-election to the office! as Councilman .
NlR-hta-own Crocheted Yoke .
,: 1-Mra. John Lee 2-Fifth Work Monday afternoon Mr. end Mrs. George W.:' Hastings for tho City' of Klssimmec, sub
FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COLLECTOR
4-.Brat Coraet.Cover; Crocheted Yoke -Klaalmmee. School Work has begun' on Tenth Street who have their winter home here, left ject to the action ofringe Pri
1 Mra. J. Summervllle Cloud t-Ht. Cloud School the ditches be held hemo
digging for pipes for city .
tirade1Kissimmee Monday to the
5-Sixth on spend spring and March
E Beat Pair Suppers
of and
water.' respectfully) solicit the
School
1-Mra. Harry Dale summer in the north.
'''''Beat Collar Z-Nt;; Cloud School4Seventh On Friday February 23rd, the early The National Glee Club and Bell I hereby announce myself a candi- suppprt of all citizens desiring a clean
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1-Mra. O. C. Scott. St., Cloud ',.' Grade .' morning sun foretold a delightful day Ringers at the date for the office of Marshal and and \ business-like' administration of
i "
1 St Cloud School'tKLalmmee,8chool Chautauqua Monday
irU
t 7-Beat Collar ;;;" ,..;., ,' . ; In store for the of Barbers who Tax Collector of the of Kissimnvee public affairs and presenting '
party city as m
\\01 t 1-Mra. C. L. Hyatt"7{\\t ,.t'' : .. J.a) ; . evening was attended by a large and ,
'1' 2-vBeat Haudolr Cup .'..,t '\'1Mr. /(( :\ II..J lghth Grade f t. yt[ t had planned a trip across the lake to apprecaitive audience. subject to the action of the, approaching platform my past record.W .
,;,f\ ., .. F. T. Wolf Btr, Cloud i . JI .l- St.' Cloud, School''. ,,',.M'\ i I'iJl1' Wildwood Grove in the boat Maud. primary. If elected. I W. CARSON..
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(-Beat Baby Sacque ,v.f.m;! w 9 '! : .W"il' '1 '
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\ : The run across the lake was made in
",31" :' 1-Mra. Will| Ryan,1; St Cloud, ,,i eectlo.M.p.Ear" 1 A sore throat can be treatest best .
10-Beat Baby Cap "" 1-North Americadivine. ; principal an hour,after a walk through the from the outside. The I
1-Mra. E. A. Barnes 0 physical features, political dl- grove the men of the party proceed throat should days will be used in carrying out the church membership may be stressed,

11-Beat Pair. Baby Booties or Shoes1Mrs. vlilnns and Important. cltlea. ed to build a fire and make the'coffee, be rubbed gently with Ballard's Snow planar the whole matter to culminateon and above all each member is to be A .
W. L. Paulk I-Rt. Cloud School2Kissimmee Liniment.
12-He..t Set. Table Mat. School. ISxth' Grade such as they used to make in the army with cotton Apply cloth at night and cover the most appropriate day of the urged to take a, forward step In some'
a bandage by morn
I-Mra I. H. Weatfiarbee while" the ladies spread tablecloth: ; year Easter Sunday. The following
t-South America divine(( principal
12-Heat Bedspread with Cjcochet ",physical features, political dl- with plenty of good things to eat ing the soreness will disappear. Price are the dates, and the special em. form of definite Christian serrice.

'14-1 Beat-Mra.Pair O. Pillow R Darling Cases;. with CroChet 1- vlslona. Cloud and School2Kissimmee Important cltl.Rt. .... which all enjoyed to the fullest extent. 25c Osceola, 60c and =1.00 per bottle. Sold by phasis asked for each: Various phasel'at service are suggested :.'

School Fifth GraA The afternoon was pleasantly-spent in Pharmacy. Sunday March Get-Ready Day. among these may be mention* '

1-Mra. Jullua Smith S-United Statea, giving; boundar""' of fortune telling, games and con versa- All schools should be set in proper ed the following: The ministry the ip,
15-Dent Pair Towels with CrochetIMlsrRuth States, location of twentynVeImporl.nt tios. The breezes were just strong FLORIDA'S FIRST DAY OF order to retain and instruct Ita present Sunday', school superintendeney, Sun. t

, 16-lieat Pair. Hath Wylle.Towela tit. Cloud with Crochet and ten educational cities eve railroad Institutions enough during the day to overcome, INGATHERING AND ENLISTING, membership and to receive and day school teaching, missionary' work
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| the warm rays of Old Sol, and make ---- properly care for its new members. and other lines of service.
1-Mra. Fred Kenney St. Cloud 1-St. Cloud School"2Kissimmee t>is un ideal summer' urslon in From the office of the Florida Sunday Sunday March'26 -Every Member The Florida Sunday school association 'J"

17-1 Heat-Mra.Centerpiece J. C, (Urlfflnlg School. Sixth" Orad the middle of the winter months. The 'school association comes the news Present Day. An effort should be -is suggesting the above plan.
4-State of Florida, Driving county
following Is list of those made to have enrolled members Following so closely on the successful ;
-Heat Sofa Pillow with frorhtt1 boundaries location of fifteen a loving of a new and concerted move suggested present
. -Mra. Annette. Smith Rt. Cloud cities, three rnllroada/ and five the trip: Mr. John Barber nnd wife of for the Sunday schools of our on this day. Go to Sunday School'Day, tt is hoped *

Ii'g; 19-Heat Table, Ij, JI.Heart Inffram with Crochet1rMra educational institutions Manilla Iowa; Mr. George Barber and state lookng toward conserving and Sunday, April. 1-Every Member that/ pastors and. superintendents will 't.

V, 20-Kent Yoke 2 KlBHlmmee-Bt, Cloud School Seven Grade wife Misses Eda L. 'Epple and Ella turning into definite channels of Chris Bring One Day. This Is.not for the letr the vast value of the, plan" and f

i., 1-Mra. Koughaarden; McAllister of St. Cloud and Messrs. tian service the people who are now or purpose of counting noses,. but to secure everywhere heartily co-operate. The

;. 21-1 Heat-Mra Hair. J. L. Overlltr..t131I"t Herlloa) _. ....._V :Myron F. Barber of" Montevideo will be connected with the schools. bona fide members for the chool.Eas'ter state office in Jacksonvlle will gladly '

Handkerchief with Crochet Note Hook Metaj1tPhyalcs Minn.r and William Ba bcr of Weir- This movement, will be known as the Sunday, April 8-Forward answer any questions. Literature explaining .

1-Mra. C. L. Hyatt 1-Ht. Cloud School ton. W. Va. ingathering and enlisting campaign Step Day. This Is to be the climax of every point in the campaignis '

: 24-Heat Article.. E. J.not Redwood'Claaa named1Mr. 2-Zoology or Botany, Mr. B. F. Biggs who has been It is for all denominations. It is novel the campaign and on this day those being prepared and will'soon be. .
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1-St. Cloud School epending a pleasant winter jn and who have been definitely brought to sent into the hands of all interestedpeople. '
j 6-Heat Colectlon of Jnaectg giving our unique and If extensively operated -
! ,. _TmtHmf nameal2CharI midst left Wednesday' morning for a will be very effective. Four'Sun- Christ are to publicly declare the fact; .

; \ ?,-Mra J. I. Beaman and Mra. J, W. Dunn, Jr. ---- ----------0-----------
, t.( H OH lard 1::"Warren Sullivan St. Cloud 6-Beat Tanned Reptile Skin .
2-Beat Collar HI'II A I, SCHOOL" 3 Best 1-Wm. Lewis' Lang :
1 Stpnclled Bureau Scarf : N. C: BRVAN Secretary.
I C A. CARSON. Preiident. ,
1 Mra D. R. Wheeler, St. Cloud Jretloai lit-Work I* Collection 2-Wm. Lewis Lang
1 Nellie Union Center
Barber
Ii' 4-B..t \Yoke 1-Native Woods with bark and names
;. 1-Mlaa Gladys CaslerE 1-Union Center r hoI I 4-Pent Ptenclled Pillow Top
-Beat Centerpiece. 0 Shlnicle Creek School JDoln. Thomas Bt. Cloud ART DEPARTMENT The Waters & Carson
1-Mlaa Rhea 1'herlfro'Brat 6;-Peat Handkerchief .
2-Beat Colectlon of 1 lineeta by a rural ('I... A CklM I'alatlaa
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.. <- Medallions (not leas than S) school Pupil 1-Lnule'Jones
'4, 1_Mra. Carrie Bryan ShlttKle Creek School .0-Bent Apron 1-Beat Lemonade Set
7-Beat Walden, Eta Cloud", E-Beat article. of Woodwork made bya 1-Mary Lee Babb. Shingle.. CreekS 1--Mra. 8 H. Bullock
1-Mra. Jamea -Beat YokeJrHattle -
'j rural school boy t-Mra. L. U. Zimmerman St. Cloud
'E t 5-Bi'at Article not named. 1-Clay Bass2Henry Sullivan St. Cloud 2-Beat Chocolate Set Grocery Company
' ... 1-Mra. H. fe. ..Colton Young Peg-horn 1-Mra. L. U. Zimmerman, St. Cloud
4 Ke IP''I.... F-Draw. Work ...tlo. ISladamtrlal PrlaraN 1-Beat Tea Bet
"i Baby Cap Heh ol 1 Werk-M" '1-Beat. General Exhibit by a Rural 1-Mi.. Madeline. Hill farcoosaee ,
I-BtetM T. J. Welch. 1-Boat piece. of Raffia Work 0 School 'S-Mr*, a'H. Bullock '
" 4-Brat Table Cover. 1-Susie TI.on 1-Center Park School. Miss Lillian 4-Beat. Dresser. Set Wholesale and Retail Dealers b I .
r 1-Mra. L. H. Ingram 2-Beat. Basket Prentl., teacher 1-Mrs.: I* U. Zimmerman St. Cloud :
3-Second Beat General. Exhibit by a I-Mra. 8. H. Bullock
, Rural School.IBn.vllle C-Beat. Fruit Set GROCERIES
i' School. Miss EffleBaaa '1-Mra. S B. Aultmin : :
teacher 6-Beat' Salad Set .
t. DIXIE I I FLYER AND DIXIE LIMITEDALLSTEEL 1-Mra. S. H. Bullock

FLORAL KXHIBIT V *-Mra. Claude Harper. .
ELECTRIC-LIGHTED TRAINS.FOR 1-Beat ..exhibit of Asparagus Spren- 7-Beat Coffee Set .
1-Mra. a H. Bullock
gere.nd.AsparaguC! I'lumoauaNanus c
t CHICAGO AND St. LOUIS f-Mra. Claud Harper 040000440000400 0000000040000404fO '
1-Mlaa Jean Caldwell 8-Beat. Punch Bowl 0 .
'2-B..st exhibit of Geraniums1MIs. 1-Mlaa Frances B.yaB..t .
-. ': DIXIE FLYER DIXIE LIMITED WE SELL WE BUTT

i.0. Lv J cksonvU"_.A C L S.SO' PM Lv Jacksonville.. ACL 9J5 AM single. Jean apeolmen.Caldwell4Beat of Palm 1. -Mra.Tankard IA U. Zimmerman, ,St. Cloud 0' O Oo
GS&K 4.25 AM Ar Mace>n .........G8AF 4.38 PM o .
" Ar Macon _.._... 1-Mlaa Jean Caldwell. f-Minn Frances Bar HAY
', Ar Atlanta ._...Cof Q 7.40AM Ar Atlanta Cora, 7.30 PM 6-Beat collection of Palms 10-Beat Pitcher. 'OO nioEs OA
Ar Chattanooga .MCltlL 12.12 PM Ar Chattanooga. l CIS!I 11.., PM 1-Mlaa Jean Caldwell 1-Mra. Hugh Geiger 0 .
GRAIN
2-111'01. 8. H. Bullock
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Beat angle collection of Fern
t Ar Nashville __ NtlStl 4.45 PM Ar N..hvlll..ICUIL 4.07 AMt FURS ". .
( 1-Mm. J. ,V'. Prentla U-Beat Sugar and Creamer .
Lv Nashville '_.1C IIII S.1S PM Lv NathvRl.L&IN 4O5 AM 7-Beat collection of Kern. 1-Ml.. Frances BayS 0 FERTILIZERS .
Ar St. Louis _u I C 7.20 AM Ar Eransrlll.L&N 8.38 AM 1-.Mlaa Jean Caldwell -.Mra. L. U. Zimmerman. St. Cloud .. O WOOL 0
,"' Lv "a&llvlll.IAN 4.5S PM Lv Cvansvllle ....LAN -48 AM 8-. Beat Floral Design It-Beat Dlnn.r. Plate 0 + . .
l-llfr. J. D. Clark'IMra. SHINGLES
Evansvllle..IAN 9.58 PM Ar St. Lculs .....LA N 2.00 PM 1-Mlaa Jean Caldwell .O' .
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i r Ar -neat collection of plants In flower 8. H. Bullock AND
Lv Evansvlllo .... C&EI 10.25 PM12.08PM Lv Eranaylll.C&EI 8,45AM10J6 1-Mian Jean Caldwell It-Beat Cake Plate ORANGE BOXES .
' ' Lv Vlnconne-.CAKI Ar Vincenne....CAEIAr AM ,:tcl'-R".t'oll..t'tlon of Begonias Mra. L. U. Zimmerman St. Cloud 4 .' O :. ALL' O
.CAEI ,1.33 AM Tam H.ut..C&EI 11.40 AM1.C7 ]-Mlna Jean. Cald..11UBe.t *-Mra. 8. H. Bullock .
Haute .
ArTorro
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U-Heat Platter1Mrs. ,
collection of Foliage Plant 0 ORANGE WRAPS,
Ar Danville...:..CAEI S.13 AM Ar DartVllle..C4ia PM 1-Minn Jean Caldwell 8. H. Bullock "r 0O 0 COUNTaT ",
Ar Chlcaco ......CAEI 7.10 AM Ar Chleaie..i..CAEI 4.25 PM TAXIIIKHMV: AND TANNING S-Mra. J. D. Clark OO .
1 Compartment and Otiaariatlon-Llbraiy .........Care. comfortable, roomy and ratful. 1-Beat-. Mounted. Deer Head ? IS-Beat Vas VEGETABLE. CRATES o ' PRODUCE .
, 1 Mlaa Mattle Bandy '
1-Mian Ann Bryan Carter -
II JeeUonwlletoCbie.ao.s.iet'Room., 81.......Care'Jaek.on'Rle" to ChIe..o sod Bt. Loda. .Z-D, O. Wagner. 2-MI.. Frances Bar CRATE O O
DrawlaiRoam SlMpl&Can J".Yille" to AtJaDta,. 0 S-Beat. Mounted Gam Ruff i IV-Beat. Cup and Saucer NAILS 0 .
. ThoriHifthfar*CoMha*.lal.b-be ok_u. el".h.b&ecJ.aokaoavlll, to Cbleaao.Dinteg 1-Wm., Lewis Latin 1-Mlaa Beanie Moseley2Mrs. 4 44,04000400000 0
, 004000044000 400
la CarM. 0 L. U. St. Cloud .
Car aerv* all mean anroul.Mrvio a > 2-Wm. Lewis Lang Zimmerman "

I CON. e.Ta it..am iajr aaiari TO aair....Ticnar.L....auNT.* e..or....."aT.O.. t-Beat 1-Wm.Mounted Lewis. Reptile Ling; Rug ,17-1 Beat-Mlaa Salt Frances and Pepper Bar r 1- i. -We sell field and garden seeds of''ail kinds.' ,. y;

L t-Mra. L. U. Zimmerman. 8t. Cloudl1Be.t camping
4Best 1-Wm.Mounted L/ewla/Uanf Bird Bread and Butter Plat. ,Wi give ipecial attention to fitting out hunting and patties

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 1-Wm. Lewl. Lane 1 Mlaa Ada Louisa Simpson Free delivery in city limits. '6one No. 12.

f "THE STANDARD ... ...ODOF. THE., COUTH" S-Wm. Lewi Lara: 'J- ..... Claud ; good fertilizer Ask '>for circular and p2io; t
J.C KIJIII'L."D I B-Baat Tanned / am. Hid.. 1Beat. Colectlon of Chin I IM. I o We are county agent. for ns >).
'AtW. ..I TOT . (11./(I -. 1-Wm. Lewis Lang' 1-Mlaa Franc. Bar '
'F..w,.,..ao.aO.V'LL&. paai.*ta aetair FLA a. e.w U IICIN 0 aaaaaj.aaaasjT Taa,... rta. a. ... k. 2-Win, Lewis Laos' t"h1/ i >-Mrs. 8. H. Bullock v __,L r? .a fertilizers. . << II

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SIX THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY ,MARCH 2, ,1'17


'THE SENSIBLE CLASS" "WHERE ARE MY CHILDREN?" .. . . . '

THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ASK "HE"-CASINO TUESDAY d. ;
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Pa""." Wren FrI" Such Is what the girls of the Senior Class of the Os- Coming<<: to the Casino Tuesday will i. tjClassified Advertisements .l i[ .1

OMtM *." V.U.y Omm tt. ......... KU t_ Kl.rIJaB. ceola County High School' have styled themselves, and be one' of the best photo playa that 1.
the title is one that is strictly in tins with their Excellent: Manager Beall has had the pleasure to .
w. HAIUUS ..< B. VANS. AONKW OwaerF The ladies deserve offer to the people of Kissimmee, entitled _ _ . uu """U ... .... i a 6 6eoa.oe.ei .
_. plan of graduation. young much ... . ... . . - - - - - (
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MAX -Where Are Children? It
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........... 11.Hmtrmf. credit,for their wise decision, which will reduce the !cost is GENERAL FARMING Is profitable, GOOD TItNCS'i0 BUY ,
headed
? presented by a brilliant cast who
', of expenses incident to the occasion to the pretty. lassies, by that distinguished actor, Mr. Tyrone in Florida.. To know Florida's possibilities 280 cannot: acres come owned here by to Ohio live man; siz-room ,

and is one in which they set an exampl. worthy of emu. Power, and the play Is a,, sensational for live mock and poultry house,:six acres grove200 yards '
lation everywhere. The ,plan as outlined in the March !, dignified and distinct revelation raising, dairying, fruit and .truck from school one-quarter mile front

issue of the Utplakean, the school magazine, with the reasons to all the world, endorsed by the growing, read the Florida Farmer church, less than two miles from .

given for same, is as follows: "Last year nineteen press manity's and clergy meet and powerful pronounced: "hu and Homeseelter.; Six months' trial good town 'on a county road and
honored in belonging weapon subscription. 25 cents. Sample copy telephone line.' A snap. Full particulars
young people considered themselves highly against the premeditated destruction to interested parties.' t
{ F- to the "Remarkable Class of ',1,6., But the present of the,unborn." It is a very powerfuland free. Address Florida Farmer and Also excellent prairie bottom land

r "': 0 ily Q Seniors,feel it a still greater honor to belong to the gripping piC'ture'drah1a, dealing 'Homeseeker. Box 360, Jacksonville, pasture on a lake; great bargain.
with a most difficult matter in a most 62-tf
class of ,'17, which they have decided. shall henceforth be and Fla. Come,let us show you a Pinedale five-
dignified way-a great proper argument location
known as the "Sensible C....." What is the reason for for the good of humanity.' LOST-Cameo Pin:'reward: paid if returned acre such farm high terms helightful you never miss,
on easy
ATE Pas such a decision Simply this-Gist' this class has evolvedthe There will be matinee and night per- to:Wenner-Sawyer Co. the price. Remember Pinedale joins J'

most sensible plan of graduation yet known in'the formances, and the price' for'all seats City limits of Kissimmee. i
will be 35 cents.: DWELLINGS for rent; apply to M. Now Listen. We have a 48-acre farm
history of our school. By this plan they expect to cut
I IMl Tiller. only, one-quarter of a mile from city
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11.1.. graduation expenses to about $15 for each girl where in
____..__________.._______....___..I.OO COAST LINE OFFICIALS HERE furnished house j limits;, good citrus fruit, truckingand
Copy ', One year been double triple and often, four five FOR RENT 8-roont
On. the it has or -
f ) Month. _-_______--_____________- 1. past ON ANNUAL INSPECTION TOUR farming land; great bargain.
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S One Copy week. E. E.
S On Copy, Three Months... -------------"'------ times that amount. Now, for, the plan I :'Il the girls in close in, $4 per Wells Now is the time to buy lands and.
}{ the graduating class are to have simple white dresses Arriving in their private car, R. A. Insurance and Real Estate, 104 get rapid advance in prices. Plenty'.city )?
All communication, eceept. from our "(horld. cor' Brand, fourth vice president; W. J. Possiel, Ave. Phone 242. 7-tf at inviting prices. '
t
property
the wrlt..r.. and material l the cost of each not to '
7 respondents. must be will.llI'n..d not bY be r..tufn..d. unfree called. for. alike as to pattern ; Craig, passenger traffic manager; J. NELSON REALTY COMPANY,
KeJOIct..s matter exceed $3. These.dresses will not only, be' worn graduation W. Perrin! assistant freight traffic FOR SALE=-A five-room bungalowon Klasimmee Fla.

<< !: Potofflc at KUslmmte.. Florida, as l nigh, but to the Alumni ,Banquet, and 'on Commencement manager of the Atlantic Coast Line West Vine street deep well _
eseand ter.miller. ) Sunday. On Sunday, to still further cut expenses with headquarters at, Wilmington N. windmill and tank, '3,000 gallons; FOR SALE-Thoroughbred! Jersey
C., spent Thursday in the city. They shrubbery and ornamental trees; bull, 16 month old, a beauty for hilt
MARCH 2, 1917 no hats will be worn by the girls of,the graduating were the recipients o? much attentionand buy from owner: save middle man's age. Will sacrifice for*$30. O. P. ,
class. All this of course, means one dress in place of In the course of f.heirtrip through commission. A. C. CHAPMAN. S-tf McCabe Kissimmee Park. lltf

"fruif'-Upuds.: the four, five and even six which our graduates have heretofore Kissimmee made an appreciated call 1
Forbidden at the office of the Gazette. The party FOR SALE-Well established mercantile FOR SALE: -Steam laundry, fully
considered an absolute necessity. .. left that night for Orlando and other business.. Other business- equipped with all modern machin'
t Welcome the boys home : points along the line. .'quires owners time. Box 316, Kissimmee. 1 erydoing; ( good business. Owner's
7tf : personal attention is required with
BOARD, OF TRADE;STARTS?,NEW YEAR other interests. Write or call and
' 't Barleycorn! UNUSUAL NUMBER OF FIRES FOR SALE-White '
Adiosl Johnnie Leghorn settings see plant in operation. A. F. Kritz,. '.
100. SAM LUPFER. Phone 222. Kissimmee, Fla., '''lltf 1
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City primary; only a week off. The Kl almmeeJJoartl; c of, Trade has,begun, !:,.",new: yea -, *."-4'COR.tlJlueiLFro r Page One:)' _m -., '"' -52-tfl
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..:-. ., p- . of act.ivity'onwhich'; gives'promise of being one of the ary follows: 3-W, Witherspoon PARTY losing money on Fairgrounds

Your Town. most active and succ;.s'ul, in the history of the organization. residence Church street, estimated TOMATO PLANTS-5.000,000 Live (Kissimmee) may hear
in
Keep Your: Dollar loss $25 11-R. R. Yards Possiel something to their interest by reporting -
; piling '
Globe
At the present annual' meeting new officers werechosen Ingston now ready, $1.25 perM
tothis office and
avenue, nothing; 15K. C. G. A. proving
here. Grown from
land
new
on
1 We don't like Irish 'taters nohow! and plans outlined/ for the year's work. Past nativities boxes, Ruby avenue $50; 22Capt.W. best'seed; 'guaranteed free from claim: __
were reviewed at ?this time, showing that the L. Dune residence Beaumont
: root knot or blight J. R. Davis, adult"
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of
.Ktssimmee' your-orange blossomsSchool / -. trade body'.was wide awake to its dut1es,' sultlt were avenue," $1,500; ;; 26=A.' C. L. engine ,. Bartow, Fla.SALEFllteen. WANTED-By furnished house& family for the summer for a ,
the 'work done and attention railroad yards Dakin avenue; $200; '
shown from splendid was
acting as caretakers. Inquire at 303"Bass : .
27-W. B. Harris, residence, Church FOR acres in South ,
election tomorrow-be sure and vote. called to the many opportunities now presenting them- street $25; 28- Jack Washington west Kissimmee) Either in a single street. '

selves. President Stanford, the retiring leader, has done (colored) residence, ,Adernold, 1000. in flue-acre lots. W. H.

Why worry about the h. c. of 1. as long as the fish excellent work, assisted l by the membership which he ./Total estimated lose 2800. tractor ,Fla. 3-8t FOR gans SALE subdivision-Lot 6, to block-l0.N. Kissimmee.I in Done- i I
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bite. ., was given the unanimous thanks of the organization, and A. A. Witz the veteran shoe. repairer I FOR SALE-6 lots In cultivation, Henry James, Brock Sask., Canada..
e It was only because he declined to be a candidate again who hase been located on Darlington flowing well, 6-room house, No. 18 9-tf

t Sentiment for tick eradication is spreading throughout that he was'not reeleeted."fhe new president, Roma avenue, in the rear of the Citizen's Alden street corner Verona. See I ROAD' ,
AUTOMOBILE
Thomas, Is one of Kissimmee's. leading and public-spir Bank has moved to larger and better Mr. Hoffman at house or write Ed MAPS 25c-
the state.Every i Pocket size Florida Auto Road ..
LaLonde at Tremont Hotel, Tampa. Map,
i quarters No. 16 Broadway, where the .
citizens wide-awake her and 'needs "
iced to possibilities ,
and -
II : gentleman lias installed one of the Fla. A .bar aln. 10-3t complete newest! edition. Offerfor
dollar spent out of town takes that dollar from and in getting him at the head of the Board the commun largest and best equipped places of short time only. Qn sale at I

circulation here. ity has been fortunate indeed, the wisdom of which selection this kind in the city, and where he will FOR EXCHANGE-My equity in nice Valley Gazette office. 10-tf
bungalow in Tampa for farm or
will be realized fr6m time. to time. The other officers be pleased to meet his many friends suburban property near Kissimmee. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-lOc a : .

When your business is :pot worth advertising, then are equally well qualified for the positions to which and patrons. Address, Box 192. Kissimmee, Fla. a bundle. Good for wrapping purr

:'svdvertise it for sale. they* have been called and with the co-operation of citizens poses etc. Apply at. Valley Ga-
much and will be At the Churches FOR SALE-60-foot cruising powerboat zette. 10-tf
generally! , can be. expected, accomplished : '
Man wants to start fiddle factory In Kissimme in ,the next twelve months for the benefit of .. complete outfit, equipped with WANT' to'make trade of ,some kind
"" two 15-horsepower engines; draws for an automobile. Address Wm. K.
there's some strings tied to the pro ttitlon. this enterprising community. EPISCOPAL CHURCH
30 inches of water and can be used Sargent, West Patrick street; or
Second Sunday in Lent. general" delivery, city. 10-tf
for both and freight.
Congressman Sears is doing some great work for the Monday prayer and sermon 11 a. m. passengers 4..::;. ,
AFTER INTERSTATE DIPPING VAT Price $2,500; cost, when built, "
t national rifle matches for Florida this year. Evening prayer with address by FOR SALE-One small Iron safe at
Mr. L. A. Hamilton, 7:30 p. m. '$7,000. H. G. Warner, Agent, a bargain. State Bank of Kissimmee. "J,
t The story in l last week's Gazette regarding the offer- Subject, The King's Messengers. Tampa, Fla. 1-tf 10.2t
You are'forced to admit that' if the town booms you Lenter services, Thursday 7:30 _____ _ _ _
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ing to this community of an interstate dipping .vat, has ..
will get your share of prosperity. Trade at home. p, m. 1f ";I.
aroused the commercial bodies, the cattlemen and other
the Reorganized Church of Jesus of the Zion's Religio-Literary Society:
Seers ,listed Interested parties to action. The importance of the prop-: CHRISTIAN CHURCH Christ of Latter Day Saints for March 3, 1917: e,
Senator Fletcher'and Congressman are
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t'
osition has been realized and work has already been begun Bible school 9:45: a. m., C. E. Yowell Prayer service' each, Saturday at Subject: Jarom. j
among those who voted for the "bone-dry" measure. superintendent. 7:30: p. m.Preaching. Golden Text (
: But the word of the <
in a determined way to get'the matter before the .'
service
Morning service, 11. each Sunday at Lord was verified which he
authorities for action. The Board of Trade at its spake un-, I
The dollars spent with th. home merchants go to pay proper Evening service, 7:15. 11 a. m. to our fathers, saving, that inasmuch
rent taxes'and wages in this town. Did you even think meeting Friday night went into the matter thoroughly, Rev. Chi'sholm,' will preach- at the Sacrament meeting Sunday, March as ye shall keep my commandments,
and decided to act instanter. A committee of represen- morning hour on Greater Than a Mir- 4, at 10 a. m. ye shall prosper in.the land. 1
? of that? , , acle. At evening service he ,will Meeting held in, the church at Old Central Thought: The Lord , 4"c;* ; :
9
J tative cattlemen was appointed, consisting of Messrs. preserves y
I" I'' preach on Does the Spirit Ever Cease Peghorn; : t,:':L l u- *.! ;<'>:;\ ', '," His people/ in accordance'withl'h' ,
Two Thomaes president'and; [ ecretsryi of h the lK!! 'Pal Johnston, chairman; A. F, Bass; Rail Bass; C, A. Carl- Striving With an Individual, J t.Sv.r'\ ,Axi1:!)..,,' :'-'It.'h i i .' '' :&...:,'".Wb n':, their faithfulness in \ I keeping&His .
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simmee' ,board of.trade- and.they"re not'of theRdoubtingkiad"sitler. son,:Jr., and .!=d., Whaley! thSj}>!personnel!' of which alonespelle'euccese ', _'"l"' "d.>>.',1l i.I.:.! ".' SjRELIGlO-LITERARYlSOCI. word, ,'Wi.J!l .fi.jf c I'il}'
;. of,the undertaking.Thesevgentlemenuarebusy } i.!:'V!- LATTER*DAY,!'S AINTSFollowing '' IETYFollowing' r." "W Meetings held in the church at'' Old

t . ., '''v '' ,,){...._ "on the job," and'will be heard from at no late'date. are the announcements. of are 'the announcements Peghorn each Saturday at 6:30 p. m.
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r Gee! Kissimmee farmers have put in 200 acres of The establishment of a dipping vat for ticky cattle as of. ,- -

It taters.: Well at least get a look-in at the culls during fered means the saving of thousands of dollars annually

harvest time. to our cattlemen, an important thing to the commune:

ity, and there should be a thorough co-operation on the

Old Col. Hicostalivin has made himself known with part of all citizens to assist along this line.

1 the Florida Times-Union subscription price has been -.-- ,

rr raised from $6 to $7.60. TAX' EQUALIZATION NEEDED T. '

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TOO much Kissimmee in your' paper"-reason given If there is one thing more, than another 'that the : '

by a citizen for stopping his subscription to the Gazette. United States is famous for, it is unequal and unjust tax : -: ;

Can't please 'em all, it seems. laws that ,
y says great agricultural, magazine-Southern ,
Farming. Ever since the days of George the Third our -

Liquor men ire wondering how it happened. 'They laws have' been designed to soak the small landownerand I THE UNIV>RSAL.CAR :

evidently seem to forget that they themselves are the let the big landowner get off light. A few years ago ,, .' ,, *' '" .. ',1" /,' "

worst enemies to their own interests. the Georgia legislature passed a law which in a measure ," \,,\ 'II ;,:
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gave the small land owner justice. Even at that, the '

Kissimmee is proud of her efficient fire laddie., who, big owner contrived to get his land valued at $3 an acre, :

though volunteers, are always on the Job,' dischargingtheir while his smaller nelghb {'.' land was valued at $20. But 320,817J t

duties in the most expert 'manner. the big landowners are not even content wjth( that. Someof '.

them are now trying with might and main to get that

Not only are we victims of the h. e. of 1., but we are tax law repealed. They apparently want a law which will built and delivered retail since ::' !
been actually to buyers August I, 1916. .
now going to be taxed to the.tune of $400,000 by the fed- enable them to dodge paying taxes altogether. If we II

oral government to "investigate"the aforesaid h. c. of 1. make any amendment 'at all to Our present tax law it These figures-320.817-represent the actual number of cars manufactured '1

should be to add about $17 to the big landowner's tax by us since August lat, 1916, and delivered by our, agents to retail buyers. '
King Cabbage is cutting some high capers around valuation. Instead of letting him off, he should be soaked ? j
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here.' ,Carload of the "precious atuff" changed'hands fourthn."biSeon again.' What our southern states need is some law that This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars, makes it necessary forus !.
will make 'it unprofitable to hold land for speculation.Then "
'">\r i sidetrack waiting to be hauled. to themarket. we shall be rid of the tenant problem, and the land to confine the distribution of cars only t to those agents who have orders '

shall come back into. the hands of the farmers, where it for, immediate delivery to retail customers rather than to permit any agent ,;

," belongs. ... to stock in anticipation of later spring sales. ,I"
If Editor Stovall is as successful with the Tribuge'scooking cars '
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school as he is publishing Florida' Greatest .
Nwpaper, there'll be many a dyspeptic hubby who ,soon State' Shellfish Commissioner T. 'R. Hodges is sendingout We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protcet themselves ., ,

5 would be spending his hard-earned kale for spuds and copies of, the report of his department setting forth against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If. therefore ;

other luxuries instead of contributing to the upkeep*of the work for the past two years. Artistically printed, : '
are planning to purchase a Ford car. we advise to place order
( you you your .
the paten< medicine factories. containing valuable photographs showing different spec!.' '1
3Ir mens of the Tinny"tribe in Florida waters, and much interesting and take delivery now. J ;t.e.: ,

An appeal to th,' United States Supreme Court will reading matter, the book ii a most valuableone. will'bave ..1J
Immediate orders attention. .
The Commission prompt ,
collected $45,949.58 for the two- "
taken at once from from the order o.f Judge Rhydon M. ,

!y M. Call, in the United States District Court, dismissing year period, and has a cash balance' oh hand of 9361.80, Delay I in buying at this time may cause you to wait'several I months. ,'"j'' ,
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be suit of J. B. Showalter and others for a receiver for after paying all expenses of'deputy and patrol service,

\:' ,th. Internal Improvement Fund of Florida. This announcement and acquiring considerable equipment, a record which Enter your ,order today for immediate delivery with our authorized Ford' .; ,
speaks well for the head of the Commission.
was mode Wednesday by the Everglades .. _gent'liated below and don't be disappointed later on.f :
Drainage League, under the auspices of which-the Sho

walter suit ,was instituted. President Stanford,. who, for several years past has PRICES I '

been at the head of the Kissimmee board cf'trade; and declinihg Runabout $145. ltotor /c') :>" I
to for Coupelet UC/IS. Town Detroitfforj ....,/ ,
The Of expended.by motorists run re-election at the recent annual meet O.
sum ,$300,000,000 was .
Sedan f'I f. b. *
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Ing has made
body record'lor'the
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of this country for tires during last year, according to community
? tai tembnt issued by the National Automobile Chamber of of which not only he, but every citizen is proud of. In '

; retiring from the presidency, Mr. Stanford was voted the UPPER & RATHER: . .< "

ou- .unanimous thanks of the trade4 body: for,hi. past services.: ,

p ,the simplest methods of tire conservation. Sating $150-

000,000 annually for a period of three years would enable There is much talk in ,Tampa, the Cigar City, of building : .

us to build another Panama canal i the national debt could new armories for its national guardsmen. ,The question ., "

Yi' r be lifted In seven years, or a fleet of n.first-class batjUeships I may be a.ked-what are you going to put in 'em? ..'

could ,be added to our paq1each: year. '\ Biggar -v1--recruits?
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I' I T INTERESTING LOCAL. ITEMS })1 I'' Willys-Knight": -.Griffin- Great Host" + 'AEA-tA-E-


. In the neighborhood of five hundred in structural strength, one within the CASINO
.... .0..0..0.<.> Is "He" alive T friend of J. J. Griffin, the local.agent other, glide gently up'and down be-
12 Skeins Emb. Cotton 19c at Gift for the Willyt-Knig-ht and Overland tween the piston,and cylinder wall.

's j | Report I j jI Shop. ears, were siren a treat lat Monday Long' ports, or openings, 1ft' these
'4Weather 'Mr. ,Geo., F. Parker and Mr. J. A. night when h. entertained' them at sleeves, registei* with mathematical TUESDAY MAR. 6MATINEE .
Huffman motored to Sanford Monday, the Casino Theatre' with over 2,000 precision with each other and with ,
Mrs. Parker returning withthem.H. feet of motion pictures, showing the cylinder ,;ports, at, proper- intervals
t I ; Following are daily tempera- '; ; H. Cleaver from near Hannibal, Knight sleeve-valve motor in actual forming;.!arce'and.,. direct passages for AND NIGHT ,25c
tuna and precipitations as reported < Mo, visited our city this week on his operation, besides furnishing additional Intake and exhaust gases. Thesealeev6 ,, j

by Government station | way to New York and Washington to I I program of interesting pictures, valves gives the Knight motor The Most Sensational. Powefful, Dignified ,Ph'oto Play and, a j
several hours. the with
at Kissimmee foweek, end attend inauguration ceremonies. Mr. the performance lasting advantage improvlag- use, "
Distinct Revelation the World.
Thursday March 2l < CleavW left Kissimmee Monday night I The theatre was crowded with interested and being:' more powerful more flexible to
ing, Mac. Mln. R.fnFriday ", ', well pleased with the splendid growth spectators, and Mr. Griffin was more quiet in operation and more
of our county since his former visit the recipient of many compliments economical. The gas passages into ;
.- ___82 61 three years ago. < I upon his public-splritedness, end it is and out of the cylinder are large and "Where Are My 'Children"1t-t
Saturday( .._81 60 Miss B. C. Petrie left last week useless to state that there were many direct; the valve ports open and,close
'Sunday --,,-8o 58 .09 '. ', for Charlottesville, Va., to .jrnak her 'people in the audience who were enlightened with absolute mechanical precision 'at
Monday ....82 63 home with her brother, Dr. G.'x.;'Pet.' on tile mechanism of an au- all speeds; the compression of gas is
" ,j rie.. Miss Petrie has been Klssiminee's tomobile, while those who do know confined directly above the piston, and Ask "HE"
Tuesday ....86 60 efficient kindergarten. teacher for a something: about machines were delighted -: the point of ignition is directly above ,
'I.)', Wednesday .88 65 number of years ana wilt be greatly with,the demonstration of the hte center of the piston. At all speeds Played by a Brilliant Cast headed by That Distinguished Actor, ?;
Thursday' _.85 64 .50 missed by the little folks as well as American invention which has revo there is an absence of vibration, which
< by,her many,personal friends. lutionized the European motor car industry was shown by the unprecedented feat MR. TYRONE POWEREndorsed
v +. .00000.0- holds the world's of lead the
and balancing
Balls today a pencil on en-
5 Tak-it 19c at Qift Shop. ,
record for efficiency and consistent tine base when it was running:' at the ;by Press Public and Clergy and Pronounced "Humanity's '
J 6 Tins 19c at Gift Shop., Mr. and Mrs. James E. Laughlin-ar- I
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rate of miles hour 'which
J performance. thirty an ,
I destruction of
"He," the human enigma. rived In Kissimmee Wednesday from The Willys-Overland Company has I was made possible by the mechanical most powerful ,weapon against premeditated'
Fire Insurance. See! A. E. Drought their home in Roselle', N. J., to spent a gone to a great expense in getting up Directness of the sleeve-valve design. the !unborn.*' Supreme in its teachings, and portrays such forcible evidence
few days with their friends, Mr. and the Interesting exhibition on the 'Much more could be, said along: this that it pierces, a guilty conscience and injects feat into the innocent -
$1,000 if you. can make "He" laugh. Mrs.; J.'Green. The itinerary of their screen, but they are confident that the ,:line, but suffice to say that it was conclusively that must result in moral effectf'"A "
5 cans Talcum Powder 19c>at Gift journey to this city included the beau- pictures shown in this connection shown that the Willys.Knight 5DON'T
Smashiac Dana Subject, Due i a a Saiaskiaf Daring Way.
tiful St. Johns river trip. They expectto ,
I Shop, 9 Darlington avenue. makes clear more about the automobile sleeve-valve motor is a super
'" C. A. Carson and E. L. Lesley motored make Kissimmee their headquarters motor than the average "person latfye: smooth-running piece of rnechanim -
to Winter Park Thursday on while visiting the nearby cities. understands. The picture was not; one that will operate efficiently MISS IT
,,, business. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bebout of Pitts- only along the lines of the sleeve-valve and consistently for years, and with .
Mrs. Geo. F. Parker spent the week burg, Pa., regular visitor to this city, motor, but on engine construction as less care and attention than with the "CIVILIZATION" COMING SOON.
end in Sanford visiting her friend, for the past seven years, have arrived, well, one of the interesting points being poppet-valve type of motors.
and will be at their home Park Gar I
that could what
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: ; McLaulin. : one clearly see
Mrs. Henry,
den, for a period of six weeks. They on under the hood when the Among the many 'other entertaining
A Desmond Little of Narcoossee spent are accompanied by Mr., and Mrs.K. HV goes clutch is thrown in and one-presses his and instructive pictures. shown
Wednesday in Kissimmee, looking Wood of Pittsburgh.and Mr.and view in panoramicform
'foot on the starter' pedal;,,aUo' ,a was a birds-eye
business interests.J . "
after, C. G. Bebout of -
"x-' t Mrs. Washington, clear demonstration of what"makes of the gigantic Willye-Overland
Miss AnnA-Erick of Bro<>bvUle is Pa.. Their- many friends are giving the "wheels round" in that small plant covering 103 acres of ground at
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. ,John Sea, them a moat cordial greeting.Mr. .' compartment go beneath the hood of the Toledo, Ohio; the interior of the works
man. She arrived Sunday. and.Mra. N. R. Patterson of drives. showing the shipment of cars con-
Hon. S. S. Griffin and family motor Plnesville, Ky,, are in Kissimmee for ,car Instead one of the clashing" poppet- signed to the Spanish royal family;
ed down from Orlando Sunday" and awhile. Mr. Patterson is a prominent valves,, raised by blows from steel also a trip to the 'summit of Pike's
visited relatives and friends. attorney of Pinesville;'and vtater that cams and slapped back by strong Peak in a car. of their make; all of
",', .. Mr. and Mrs.,A.. Cotterroan and a he has looked over Florida and has springs; one saw the Knight motor which formed an evening'*: entertainment \
party of friends motored to Orlando decided i that Kiseimmee' 'is the:place has sliding: valves. Two cylindrical greatly appreciated and enjoyedby
Thursday for a day' outing. for him,'and that he will have a win- all present. '
F.. N. Pettigrew( ,and W. Pillsburg ter home here. He is now negotiating sleeves, exceedingly light by strong, __ HUU-' 1t.
'. of Fox Lake, Wis., are here for slew for property on which to build '

days on their way to Fort Myers. and expects his brother-in-law, Mr. I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I BROWN &:CO. JEWELRY STORE .
The County Commissioners' and the Logan, to join him here next winter. I BY SANDERSON II III'
School Board will meet in regular H. A. Hunter, J. U. Clark and J. M. GREETS BOARD OF TRADEIn NOW OWNED a

cession at the courthouse next week. Hughes, Jr.,* H. L. Hughes, K. McPherson III'A
Mrs. F. F. Sumney of Dravosburg, and T. McCann attended an a letter to President Roma Thomas I A change is noted In business ,circles
Pa.., arrived last Friday on a visit to opening of the West Orange Country of the Kissimmee Board of Trade this week, the H. E. Brown sit Co.
'
i' Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Jr., and other Club at Oakland Thursday and Fridayof President Pledger tenders the sincere i jewelry establishment on Broadway ti1kw Iib Phonographin
relatives. last week and brought, back several efforts and good will of the Chamberof I having changed hands, and is now
Mr., and Mrs. J. T. BurklAlter mov- nice prizes. Mr. McPherson was the Commerce to the sister commercial'. owned and operated by W E. Sanderson -
ed today from the cottage on Beau- winner of the second flight; J. M. organization, assuring that all good of Mount Vernon Ohio,.but more Every Home
mont avenue to the Makinson concrete Hughes, Jr., won the third flight. measures will be supported which are. recently from Lakeland where he was .

cottage on Broadway. The club house and grounds are intended for the public good. Healso connected with a similar business. The A home la not complete without music. A Stewart Phonograph -
o'' I 5 Baskets 19c at Gift Shop. owned by C. Mather Smith second makes the following proposition to new owner took charge of the busi- '
into the home the wonders of the musical? world.
\, Don't let the high price of leather vice president ,of Armour Company of Mr. Thomas: "That the two commercial ness Wednesday, and is considering a brings
I Have ,shoes repaired Chicago. bodies be consolidated under the. number of changes in the already No one need be without the pleasure and enjoyment of music

worry at A. A.you Witz, No.your 16 Broadway, and Mr. and Mrs. Philo E. Green of names of the Chamber of Commerceand handsome'Jewelry store for the benefit when a Stewart Phonograph can be bought for $6.50.

.., be happy forever afterwards. Birmingham, Alabama, spent Tuesday: Board of Trade, and the new officers ,of the patrons. The Stewart Phonograph is without question the-most marvelous '
n.'ffht!/ at the Grnystone, being on a of'the Board of Trade also become -
Gilbert who has of all excels in volume and
J. R. phonographs
Clerk popular-priced
City jour of Florida points for two \V l'1:9.;: the officers of the consolidated Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Waring have an-
been suffering from > an attack of 'Ir. Grsen educational superintende bodies. Along this line, we tender you nornced the birth of a son at their tone quality of music;aa well as in design and construction.

4::' grippe, has recovered sufficiently to be of Alabnma and Florida in ths our very best will and-support of all home in Lakeland. Mrs., Waring: is It is a beautifully designed instrument-an ornament in'only{
, able to appear' in his office again. department of Sunday, school work .public maters 'for the common good,'I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.. home. With a Stewart Phonograph you can play any record:
' Mrs. J. W. Prentis and Miss Ruth and has been in Kissimmee severaltimes and the services of a reasonable number Lee and is well known in Kissimmee, chamber
made. The universal and
tone
reproducer perfected
'I' McGuire are among the Kissimmee in the past holding institutes. of the most enthusiastic and pub : where'she fromerly resided with her new
people attending the short course at They were visitors at the manse lie-spirited citizens that a, town was ,I parents. makes it possible to play with beautiful life-like) reality alt,

the Woman's College at Tallahassee. I Wednesday morning and left on the ever blessed with; the will and influence records of any type, any make, any.size, any price.
:::1" J. P. Cashwell, of theifirm of Cash- in the afternoon for and of the Bee the I I Word has been) received from Orlan
, 1 well & Youmans, electricians, bas Tampa Special' support Busy I I do announcing the birth of a baby girl ,You will instantly appreciate the high quality of the Stewart-;
; home. official of the consolidated .
organ
Mrs. James Knowles. Mrs. Phonograph when hear it. Come in today and hear it played.
Mr. and
to
you
Okeechobee to look after some
gone $o Dr. C. C. Cochran of Jncksjnville, bodies and with the concentrated efforts -
.\\0( important work for which his firm has 111., left Kissimmee last:' Monday afternoon together with the use of the Knowles will.be. remembered here as We know you will agree with us,that" it is superior to all

1" contracted. on No. 92. The doctor came to Chamber of Commerce Rest Room, Miss,Jennie Richmond. .? popular-priced phonographs.' .
Mrs. Gee; F. Parker returned home Kissimmee about six weeks ago in a will assist you materially in the carrying J. W. Ward Jr., the-well known turpentine
Monday from' ,St. Lucie, where she low state of health but says Florida i : on of the great work,.-bf public operator, tiled i at his' home in CORNER DRUG STORE .
'. spent ten days visiting her daughter, cl.mate has done wonders for him, and and civic betterment for Kissimmee Lakeland last Wednesday, Mr Ward "
jj 7 Miss Helen Jones, who is teaching at he returns to his practice feeling 100 and Osceola county." was well known in business .circles Phone, 297

':'.' that place. per cent. better. While here .ne, in here,' having! formerly oPerating' a '1\" \\1; ', .. '),..t.J( ,.'"I"I, ,,

{ J. D. Griffith left Wednesday for company with W. C. Ledford, purchased CARD OF'THANKSWe turpentine camp at Rosalie. I, _, ,__ ___- ._ I. to
Wichita, Kansas, wher he was called the Rouse farm, four miles from -
business matters. Mr. wish to thank our friends and Mr.: John A. Huffman father of
by urgent town, and is having it planted to
I Griffith is one of the regular winter Just before leaving for his Illinois who so kindly assisted us Mrs. Geo. F. Parker, returned to.Jack-
crops. dung
residents here. the sickness and death of our sonville for a few weeks to visit relatives -
home doctor five-
purchased
and her daughter the a wife and mother. ,, after which he will return to 1
Mrs. B. S. Hornsby
farm in Pinedale. Both sales Do You Have
acre .
Miss Marion are guests of tier were made by.the.NelsonRealty Company A. A. ABBOTT, his home in Camden, Ohio. Mr. Huff ?
sister Mrs. H. W. Thurman at her B. DICKERSON.MAY man is a,regular, winter ,visitor here.
The doctor made many warm .. T
home on Mabbette stret. They will friends while here and intends spending STOCKDALE, MALARIA?
" be here for an extended visit. next winter here. ,
Mrs. R. J. Cliffords pf Georgetown OBITUARY
TAKEREGULATOR
". S. C., arrived Sunday to be present at COMMUNITY FESTIVAL OPENS Marion Wilson was born at Union ,

the wedding of her son, P. C. Clifford willremain WITH A FINE ENTERTAINMENT City, Branch county, Mich., August > TONIC "PILLs't =
which occurred Wednesday.' She 17 1840; married to A. A. Abbott i

here for some time. (Continued from Pare 11' February 25, 1867; died in Kissimmee, f
I' Mrs. Mary Hancock, who has been qua Association had presented the Feb. 25, 1917. These people never WASHINGTON MEDICINE COMPANY
visiting with her parents north 'of school children of the lower graded were blessed with any children of their : Mla

town, left Wednesday for Old Mexico. I I with tickets to the entertainment, and OWl.. "In 1368 they took a little 'boy Hilbs Bid,., Wailunitoa, D. C. .
4 Mr Hancock will meet her at Laredff, several hundreds of these little folko five years old and brought him up. ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW MILLS a

Texas, to accompany her to Tampico., occupied he front rows. They were un- This boy Is now''known as B; Dicker ..d WOOD WOHKINU MACIIINKHY ,In Three Sizes,,25c, 50c and'$1.00 '
y Mexico. attended and grew restless to the son, of Kissimmee. When' he left A'complete line of Mill Supplies and
Nevin O. Winter, who is an author verge of disorder, andgreatly annoyed home for himself, they took a,little Heavy Machinery carried In stock --
', J" of note, spent Thursday in KisHJmmee. the performers as well as the audience girl of seven years and brought her up for Immediate shipment Get our .. -
..' ', Mr. Winter'is publishing a series of" during the first act with the and she is now known as Mrs. May prlcea before placing: your orders up
books called."Seeing America First, confusion; but so' faithfully did the Stockdale, who is with them now. MALSBY MACHINERY CO.

and is gathering data for a volume on artists present their parts, so great They also brought up another orphan I 4O8-IO M. Bar St. ......._........ Fl. !
the beauty spots of Florida. was the human interest in the story, girl, who died many years ago. "
-t Miss Inez Carson left this week for March 1st
and when
that quiet began to reign, -- Beginning
'
't to witness the inaugural
\ Washington the curtain fell on the quaint anticlimax t
J ceremonies, and will then continue her
hours after their' bedtime, the
'1 (,: trip to New York City, where .she will LIGHtSEYo
a.id atten-
f children were wide.cy: DR. DeWITT T.
''I; ,spend several months. While in the tive. the Shoe Department of this
I city Miss Carson will study voice.

f' A good white man with a family of The Oidshw Tint DOM Net Affect The Hull. S T EOP A 'T H.
i; children can secure permanent work BCCBMC of IU tonic mid lautlv*effect. LAXATIVE Store will be placed on a
II' at the New Eden plantation. There Is saouoouzzm Rt.bettertl..ordtaarrO.i.in..d
I'i' a public school on farm; the company doe. not Cttuc. ..........0.* ..ownoriotr Corner Drug Store Mondays and Fridays
In bebd. Remember the full turn lad
': r, will furnish free house rent, and'.will Vok caw UM> slcutur ol X. W. GROVR. *....
I t make ,monthly cash settlement. Ap- Str.ictly' Cash' Basis n
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ply by letter or telephone M. E. Part -_._ - ,
mer, Narcoossee, or A. E. Thomas,
t: Kissimmee, .- .
"I Attorney W. B. Crawford and family .

t ,11' motored to Gainesville Saturday on owing to the advance in prices of I '
HAVE YOU EVER HEARDNEW
., a combined business and pleasure trip ."
.. While there he attended a meeting of e "
the Beta Zeta chapter at the Univer t leather and other legitimate ,reasons
t. sity. Robert M, Strickland, Providence Gne' '

commander of the Kappa Alpha, which make this.neCessar
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t was also present. .
tl"> '*> "He" can smile when be wants to, : / ..: -
.. e but refuses to crack even a ghost' of a .
a smile Whe nhe isn't so Inclined to. His EDISON ,
claim is that nobody can make him We respectfully ask all our ,

laugh against his will may 6e; good I.
.. but it will be In the nature of a rebuke patrons to please settle +
' L on March 6th if "He" goes away without '
one laugh. DIAMONDAMBEROLA I back accounts a f once, ,- .,

Mrs Henry Harper, who suffered a Fifteen Minutes spent "in Our Store our
may which
.double fracture of the collarbone and ', for, : ;thanks

other injuries in a railroad accident mean Years of Pleasure and -Entertain are extended advance..
I on the 14th, is recovering as fast as .

trould be expected. Although still ment for you. WILL YOU STEP IN,? 1 ,j'
'-confined to her bed and suffering pain; '
yet she is able to converse with '
friends who call on her, i

Mrs' C H. Hopkins, who is spendIng C.STANFORD COMPANY -
H.
the winter in Orange county, her Palace Drug Store. .
/ home being in New Hampshire, was in
Kissimmee this week visiting friends.
'.. So impressed was the lady, )with the OU Reliable She. Dealers of Osceela Cent?."
community that she will return in a OTIS STEVENS, Mr )

few days to spend the remainde rof tI-uflf S..1flj.i4Lr -u. iftr s..ia ,.. ,j
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Orlando Prepares for Great Musical Only One of Eight Varieties of '


m r Festival to be Staged March 6 and 7 Cattle. Ticks Transmits. Disease I. 'The Favorite Store of Kissimmee ].1 V


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i Great preparations' are on In Or. the cream of the local talent. Clay In-' One of the greatest drawbacks to for, a season in order to dip them :

Undo for the coming Spring Musical man will appear. Elijah.- tick eradication work in the rural districts and kill the ticks. .

Vip Festival to be staged the sixth and occur The next dress Sunday rehearsal afternoon.of Elijah The cos will of the quarantined area has Attack Only Cattle'and EquinesBut FURNITURE?

Mventh of March, when two of, the turning of the young women will be in been the fact that cattle are hosts to a kind providence has withheld
world's most celebrated singers, and white and the men will wear Palm several kinds of ticks, and some of from these ticks the power of transmitting

the greatest living pianist will per Beach suits and straw hats. those varieties' are found on ,other any serious disease to their ii '

form.. The social side of the Festival Is being hosts, such as dogs, squirrels, hogs, I hosts, and has confined the number of
The sale of seats for the Festival, much stressed in Orlando. It is gophers etc. : hosts for cattle fever ticks to cattle, -WE HAVE IT !
which embraces three concerts, h4 anticipated that it will be a gala week most This hal confused people who have horses and mules, which makes eradication ,
been opened, and the indications are with much entertaining, and the not studed the life cycle of ticks and '
that all three houses will be !sold out lively interest is taken by the womenof particularly that of the cattle' fever of that particular species possible .

1 r., before the ,curtain goes up Tuesday the city in the costumes for the con tick, which does not live on any animal under systematic dipping. '.-
ti night. certs. Grand opera wherever it is except cattle, horses or mules. All ticks which are on cattle,
Anna FiUiu, the dramatic sopranoof known, is synonymous with elaborate That is the tick which the cattle horses or mules at time of ,dippingwill In connection with our'Hardware line w. carry complete

of New Metropolitan York, will appear Opera Tuesday Company ev-, toilettes intend that, and this.the shall Orlando be no society exception.folk men ment, county officials, state are and co-operating federal govern to be killed and result in greatly decreasing line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and; .'

ening with Dr. Julian Alien, violinist, There is much speculation as to the eradicate and when It is cleaned out, the number of all kinds of frandle reliable "
Y Wednesday afternoon, lean Cooper, respective merits of Miss Fitziu and tick fever or Texas fever will have ticks, which will be beneficial as each '. ....
the|most celebrated of all the American Miss Cooper.. Miss Fitziu is a foreign been eliminated from bovine diseases. kind of tick lives on the blood of,its
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singers, will'appear with ,Leopold. trained singer, having acquired a Eight: Varieties Infest Cattle host, and in that way causes some Bed Room Furniture, Dining .
Godowsky." great reputation abroad, especially) in Farmers' Bulletin No. 569' lists loss.Any
y Godowsky is known throughout the France, Italy and Spain, before ap. eight varieties ot ticks which have one who wishes to prove to Room Suits Kitchen Outfits, Par"A
civilized world as a premiere performer . pearing upon the stage in this country, been found on cattle in the quarantined their own' satisfaction that cattle ,
second to although she is an American. Miss fever ticks will not attach themselves Rockers
, none. area, the most numerous being the lor Suits Odd Chairs
Great interest also attached to the Cooper, on the other hand, has; received cattle tick.. "This tick maybe readily to human flesh, can take a number of ,
,concluding performance of tho series, her training. entirely in the United distinguished from the other seven by identified cattle fever ticks, collected Couches Etc. "
)fendel 80hn's oratorio Elijah, which States, and is an American art prod the small size and the color of the from some host, or as seed ticks from ,
will be sung by 200 voices, embracing uct, pure and simple. head and shield, the so-called JJead the vegetation, and bind them with_ a
bandage onto the flesh without
exposed
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parts, whose lateral borders are
straighter and more parallel. These blood.suffering any. irritation .or loss of 'lids store Is making a record for itself ID the matter ofhelping 1.

Pion.eer'lVeilJ York NewspaperMan'st broad head ,parts" are short and relatively. The other species of ticks found in people to .utfit homes. Come and lee. Our price are '

It l Impressions of City and Vicinity Some Among Comparatively the most nd'merous'Harmless' Ticks other ed Florida iabove which are:have Net tick not,been ear tick mcnton-and right

.. i,, ,, ? ticks found in Florida are the castor- chicken tick.\: The l.itUr Is somewhat ,

''Sir. Charles: S.;..Wilber, of Pough-T according to Mr. James M. Will SO! \>ean eggplant.tick,. which or a bean jesombles of the castor-oil in shapean like more a often bedbug found in appearonuo on poultry and and is I ENGINEERS: :

,, keep le1J"Y.'A; newspaper man ofnearlysixtyyears' who "is an authority on ,Indian mat'tel'S. plant. -It: has been found on sheep, birds, although itJiaa.bejn fonnd on "..TOOLS POR
practical experience ,Mr. Willson finds nothing to I indicate cattle. 4'However
cattle, goats, horses, deer, dogs, cats, ,
who Is spending a few weeks in what the word means. the'cattle fever tick is the Steam
and Gat
foxes rabbits, birds man. !dad of have- ,
what Engine ,
No matter a. you
Southern Florida, writes to the Pine "In.a former letter I spoke of the Another tick is the American only species whcih can transmit the
common
Plains, N. "Y., Register, his impressions pretty parks in many of the streets, dog tick, which may be distinguished tick fever disease from' 'one bovine to Railroad or Stationary Engine we hate exactly the Tools yon
of the "Sunny South.". Refer- formed by taking the middle section from the fever tick by the longer ''I anothre, through its own life cycle. need. in your.everyday work-Wrenches, Hammer, Oilers, etc,
:ring to this. city, he writes to the of-the paved streets and enclosing It and broader head parts. .This tick Even though other ticks may suck the! all of the qaaJitJ and workmanship, and at prices that widiurpr'ls.'jtin.
,- mentioned: -. _- ._. ....*.; with a concrete. curb, inside of whichare been'collected in-woods and uncultivated !blood from cattle sick with, tick fever but. ', ,r
paper: has .
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tionTof
<< l is certainly a beautiful citYi palmetto.trees and other trees and lands, and seems to be es- I they cannot inoculate the fever Jn susceptible -' ) This store has. die reput handling I I"
one of the finest of the small I plants, with benches at frequent inter oecially active during the spring I cattle.-Jimes-Union. hardware that .U of superior'quality and you wilV make no mistake
hare visited in the South.' It has.a vals for the accommodation of the I stock.
months. Rabbits are a favorite host I in coming here NOW... inspecting oar big
population of about 6,000, besides the public. These seats are occupied more for this tick, although a great many
tourists, who spend more or less of or. less during the day and evening.In are found on cattle. HAS ST. CLOUDFOUNDJHE I Ii
the, winter here. Unlike St. Cloud, one of these parks there is .a cir- The Lone Star tick may be distin- .
I( Sanford and some other places, it has cular 'bandstand, in whcih the local guished art careful Investigation by
accommodations for tourists, and consequently band gives concerts Friday eveningsand the small star appearing on the head i SAME? Osceola Hardware Companyline
IIf has many. The Graystone Sunday afternoons. shield. This is not prominent and will
Hotel is an immense building, with "The city has a well-equipped fire not \be noticed by the casual observer,
modern appointments, and affording a department, with motor-driven apparatus especially on the immature ticks. The Answer is Found in the Straight.
0 b 4 or more feet; long, with a large annex, fires, the water supply being'from ar- man furnish hosts to this tick( whichis Cloud ResidentWe
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and will accommodate more than 1,500 tesian wells about 50Q feet deep, water harmless except for the irritationand u '

guests. I am not paid for advertising flowing into a reservoir, which gives blood it secures. have been 'reading week after Fox, Beatrice Ollar, Annie Story, WOODMEN CIRCLE, GROVE NO. 65
it,.and therefore will not fro into pressure sufficient to throw a stream The European dog tick has, been week in the local press of Kissimmee Elenore Burrows, Theressa Bronson.
details. But ita' good place to stop over any building in the fire limits. collected\ from cattle, dogs, .sheep, citizens who have been rid of distressing -
tr all right The city also owns Its'wn electric foxes, rabbits, squirrels, gophers, cats, kidney and bladder troubles by 'Fourth Grade B To all whom it may concern:
There are other smaller hostelries, light plant, which s good and efficient. birds, man and a number of other Doan's Kidney Pills, and 'we,have often Ella I have resigned my office as clerk to-
and numerous private rooming and "There are a lot of pretty girls here, hosts.!! If the elimination of tick fever wondered whether the same high Cora McKinnis, Mary Stroup, ,the above Grove, said resignation to-
boarding houses. Good rooms andy more than I have seen in any other depended eradicating this particular opinion of this medicine is to be Eunice Rivers, Eleanor OverstreeJ, 'take effect on March.6th. I will not
board can be had for from $5 to $10 I place in the state where I have been. tick upon, the work would be almost found in Our neighboring towns. This Elma Kritz, Gladys Harman, Letty receive any' moneys due the Grove
week. "The Kissimmee Holtsclaw, Mary, Ooleman, Harold that date.
a Valley Gazette is after
I impossible, as no one could gatherall frank and earnest statemet by a well-
"The' people are friendly and try to an up-to-date weekly, owned by W.; B. of those hosts together .degularlyber I: known and respected resident!; of St. Wilson, Irvin Diggers, Arthur Flnit. (Signed). EMILY LONG, Clerk
make it pleasant for visi ors. Like Harris and G. E. Vans Agnew, and Cloud will set this doubt at rest. .
most folks of the South they are not edited by Max P. Moritz. They are j mills concrete plant,"and some B. F. Rails, 101 New York Ave., St. .Fourth Grade :A 10 CENT "CASCARETS"
I in a hurry and seem to have plenty live newspaper men, and their paper' a completedfor Cloud, Fla., : "Sitting at desk Edna Cayson, Breta, Whaley, Dot:
Plans says
of time for what have do. exerts influence for other industries. are my Rebekah Miller, Kimbrough IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE
G they to The an the advancement plant to and writing so'much' and the lack of cey Lybrand,
., name .of.the city is of Indian of the the establishment of a ; Oliver Katherine Moseley, .
origin, pretty town where it is : evercise had so weakened kidneys I -- .
from saw my t I
t but its meaning cannot be ascertain- published, which does much toward manufacture brick cypress Willie GltberL' .
Sick Sour .
is dust and hydrolene, a product of crude that they pained me most all the time. For Headache, Stomach 4Sluggish
ed. It said that tribe of Kissimmee
a Indians, making the popular and
has been One of the great troubles the Liver and Bowels
oil. The necessary capital was -They
known .. the Lacoosa Fifth Grade B
exterminatedmore progressive place it is. The
society subscribed, and the machinery is being very' irregular passages of the kid- Work While You Sleep
than a hundred years before the editor is Mrs. E. E. Wells, who fills will probably ney secretions. Sometimes they Leo Canova" .
feIV Seminoles, the present Indians of the place admrably, and ,whose work is made: The plant fall,. and bids fair" too frequent and then again 'very'scanty were -
Florida, came to this state left the an Important feature of the Gazette. be in operator by If or and hgihly colored a/id Fifth Grade A Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indi. .
be success. you your con-
big
to a
ti name, whcih probably had some meaning "The late freeze was, of course,' a want to invest in tained sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills Madge Rivers, Elizabeth Moseley, gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable
for them though the Seminolescan great misfortune, and has left its readers I would Kissimmee money is the were recommended to me and I got a Katharine,, Miller, },aRuthjgHerzberg, Headaches come from .a torpid liver
give no idea what it was. The traces'In severely injured trees, while Florida to, invest say box and began using them. Good results , Janet Graves.)( and Clogged bowels, which causeyour .
word is pronounced with the accent on garden truck was destroyed, in some place soon followed and since'taking stomach to become filled with J',
the second syllable, thus Kis-SIM-mee. instances.., But this place does not de- To Cure a Cold In One Day three box**}* feel as if, I i had[never Sixth Grade B undigested food, which! Hours and ..k, ,
There is a tradition that it had some- pend entirely on'' orange growing and Take CAJCATIVB:BROMO Qui DID.. It.top.the been'troubled." I"a \",,*:I"r, *T 5! BlanchelMueller.TIGladyTf.. *, ., CalkingNora ferments like'garbaopIn."a: swill ,';
thing to do with the kissing of an In "garden sass," so is not as badly off Cough aDd H d.che and works& the Cold Price BOc, at all dealers. Don't Keller. ' mUNrwyr barrel. That's the first step to-
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past maid away distant as those places that have no .other DruirUK reluad money fonteach box.to cure ZSc. simply ask-for a kidney remedy-get untold. misery,- indigestion, ,,foul
IM' but there is no authority for this 'ndustriest: There are two large luffi- g. w. OROVK'S Iguatur Doan's Kidney Pills the' that Sixth Grade A 'gases, bad breata, yellow skin._.
same Milton Graham, Katherine McKay. mental fears, everything that is.
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Mr. Rails had. ,
Foster-Milburn
Co. ,
1 j horrible and naueeIlUn;:. 'A Cas- :
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.HONOR. Seventh Grade B caret tonight will give your con

Leonard Herrick, Dorothy Miller stipated bowels a thorough cleansing
: I and straighten von out in the,
I ROLLThe t Seventh Grade A morning. They work while you
CLOSING OUT SALE > Lena Williams, J. J, McCranie. sleep-a 10-co. t box 1.ro,11 your
t druggist will keep you feeling! good r!
following pupils of. the Kissim Eighth/ Grade B A for months. '
mee public school have not; been ap* Dorothy: Roberts, Irene Milton.
T sent, or tardy during the month' ending .
.. 16th 1917 have madean a
Beginning'Feb. 14 and Uutil Closed Out. February ; Eighth Grade A a IF YOU RECEIVE THE KIS- 4
Lasting
average of 90 per cent or more in Dorothy Denning. 4 SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Co
their studies, with not less than 85 4 V 1
Everything to be Sold at seal you puu ';iJfqns; uuu'J! 1ua3 .led HIGH SCHOOL C. without having ordered that it **

than 95 per cent in deportment: Ninth Grade 4 be sent to you, no payment for It <
Martha Hope, Percie Oliver, Freda, "will be asked of you. The 4a -
Wholesale Cost First Grade Schweikart, Edith Miller, Ethel John- County Commissioners of Ogee- <"
Josephine Griffin, Erma' White, son. 4 ola county are paying for it < Charlotte Avant, Doris Goodman, Eugenia Tenth Grade 00 an advertisement for this coun- 4
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Smith, Corinne Johnson, Evelyn 00 to them 'by one of your friends >
Wholesale price have advanced from 20 to 50 cent since these goods were bought. Welsh, Catharine Waring\ Geneva Eleventh Grade 4 in the hope that you would be 4
per Bowen, Ruth Joiner, Jennie Schilder, Christine Ivey, .Ruth Howell, Sadie 00 interested in this section of Flor- *
I This is an opportunity once in'a life time.; You will find High Class Merchandise in all Bertha Parker Geneva Roberson, Bryan, Robert Giesy. o ida. *
Tena Driggers, Eula Allman, Mamie ,4CHICHESTER
t' lines, such 'as Men's, Women's, Boy, Mie and Children' Shoes, Men' and Boy' Thompson, Rena Henry, Ardella Twelfth Grade OOO OOOOOO OO

Hats, Underwear for Everybody, Dry Good and Notion, Clothing for Men and Boy, Longanecker: Agnes Carver,. Frances Manie Witherspoon.
I Goetha, Louise Hudson Stanley : } s PILLS
Hosiery, Collar, Dress Shirt, Work Shirts,.Work Pants. I Chapman, Frank Key, Charles Tyson, Wanted wood-cutters; steady work; / .,
:John T. Lesley, Nonan Graham, J. $1.00 per cord. For particulars, write s..IMIA.tN.Un.. lf: :- ',
Paul Yowell, George Minx, Fred. El- W. R. Mellier, Fulford, Fla. I.111.1... N.' .. .... ;zbnal'.1. .. "._. Ilk,

bed)", George Lamb, Henry Bratton. I ; t".r.AtiUailj.4111L.o.

: ..' Do Not Fail to Take Advantage of,these Low Prices; Frank Ackman. Visiting cards printed by the Valley .. ,I.>.n IA\I.....M.-> IiItANIPILI- .R..TDI"5.11.... aa.... _

,Second Grade'B Gazette Job Department' 50W 8V DRtJ6 iSjsoom

'j .1Iorenre Afhton, Virginia Bowen, .
p On"Today's.High'Market. 7e\y\a\ Benjamin, Ethel Joiner, Haezl '
Nicks, Evelyn Piulk, EMie! Schilder,
Viola Bell Yowell, Henry Key,. John SOUTHLAND
Men's Shoes and Oxfords,-worth $6.50 and $7.00, this Sale, $3.98 Lester, Daniel.Min<, Rufus Puhl, Geo.: : !

". .'" "' $4.50, this Sale, 2.98 Lee Singletary,*Willis Dal)18hl. ALL-STEEL ELECTRIC-LIGHTED TRAIN


'r Ladies', Pumps, worth.... $4.OO. this Sale 3.25: Cecil Allman Second, Ed Grade'win'Barnes A Cecil Chicago, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Grand .

Canova, D. E. Gardner. Julian Graham Rapids Cincinnati and Louisville' '
Misses'and Children' Shoes Reduced In Proportion. Earl Henry, Enoch Heraberg, ,
Roy Huling, Muriel Davis,. Aileen Lv Jacksonville .ACL 8.20 PM Pullman Sleeping Cars and Com
Men's Muslin Underwear, worth 50c, this Sale .35 Bradley, Ethel Flint, Nellie Gilbert LvWaycrois..__ A C L 10 JO PM partment Observation CarJack-
Jewel Miller. Tlfton.. .,-.- GSAF 12.40AM sonville to ,ChionRo Jacksonville to
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i Men's Women and Miss s' Ribbed Underwear:, worth'50c. ,, Lv MaconC ofG 3.58AM Indianapolis (via Louisville) (for occupancy -
Lv Atlanta------ & N 7.11 AM
Third Grade B until 7.30 a. m.) JackHonville to
this Sale, .35 Athalia Griffin, Rosella Cooper, Lv Knoxvllle... L & N 12.29 PM Cleveland (via Cincinnati) daily, and

t ; 12 l-2c Domestic, this Sale ..10.fOe Catherine Denning,Doris Davis, Dor- ArCorbln.!..!... L&N 3.29PM Jacksonville to' Grand Rapids (via
Ar Loulsvllle-- & N 9.00 PM
k Cincinnati
atea White, Hazel Bass, Ellen Cole' ) semi-weekly): leaving Jack-
Domestic this Sale '. .08 Ar Indianapolis' Penn 2.00AM Bonville Mondays and
-. man, Ruby Driggers, Bertha Witz, 'Ar Cincinnati.,..i L & N 9.00 PM Thursdays
$1 ( 25c Nainsook, this Sale, .20 Tina Schilder, Don'Oliver, Fred Gil. Lv Cincinnati... OKA 11.59 PM Thoroughfare Coaches, Jackson '
: 1- bert, Nicholas Biesseher Richard Harry Wood Ar Grand Rapids| 'GU&I 2.<<10 PM ville to Chicago;bawfage! and scat car-"', ,
all, Milton Bell, Bandy, Oren Lv Cincinnati.. Penn 11.59 PM Jacksonville? to Cincinnati| large: anu""" .,i
Brown, Lewis Lamb, ,John Phillips; Ar Chicago...... .Pqnn<< 7.4SAM YMBhbackedsoatselectrielighted.; r'
'' omitted last month,by' mistake, 'Dick Lv Cincinnati.... Penn 11.30PM .Dining! Cars. serving all meals :;
; ; Makinson. Ar Cleveland... Penn 7.45AM vice a la carte., Be.:1\:
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j. F. H. LAWSON ,Third, Grade A 4 ren-'.DCTAIICD '''P ...T'O'' '. Slat MNe can nc.[iiv TieN. .
'Wayne Walling,' Earnest Carver, mV TO ANY, TIOKir A.CMT or

Norman Eakin Glenn Benjamin, Wil ATLANTIC COAST <
Next to Corner Drug Store, in New Rivers Building,_ Kissimmee, Florida.. 'Joiner, Harry,Keffer, Geneva Mil- "THE STAN BAUD" RAILROAD'LINE RAILROAD :
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''lilt Ury,Helen Chapman, Neva I Leo Harris j' ,SOUTH" ;,N

UH = ,,.Irene Ingram-Eula:,;' Bowen; Margaret -DIVISION. .. A.IAO.W..!NO"tTOT..'...."r., .c. ..v.ao.. J.. Iaa.t G. KllIKLAND.!./. T.A'
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I' INTERESTING COMMENTS FROM STATE PRESSQuit I Cheer Remember up boys OPTIMISM what don't the be Prophet discouraged said, I j.Ei.l"mlmWlmlll" IIIInlllllll818lNIN IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIHlllm!!!l! IIIIII.. II..11Hlillm. '

k "Do good and trust in Jehovah, '
Your K ddin'1 You 'Know We Are' You a. Con\ributorf
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And (verily) thou shalt be fed.;
All Were at th.. Fair Taylor County Herald: Seared Roebuck s a
Florida Advocate| Kiasimmee must' &: Co are said to hav*. made a Please be patient while, Ishow you Opportunity IS. Afforded ,You to Hear
be a quiet town. Last week the Gazette net profit of 916,000,000 last year. The wisdom of Almighty God, j .
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published a beautiful picture ,of Some profit this I .How much'did you That He might send you a blessing, r
"Kissimmee's Broadway; and there contribute -' lIe has used His chastening rod. Three Great Metropolitan "Opera.Stars
was not a sign of life-not a living ,
thing1-in the picture. Big-gar Can't Come Home In x way you have been damaged
--- Cocoa Star: Joe Biggart t the young By the recent wave of cold '
Tampa architect and' militiaman will But some deep and profound thinking
Tl ey'ra OUR Ito sy Just the;,Same not accompany the Florida soldiers( Will its advantages unfold. :I
Lakeland News: After all, It'was home from the Mexican border early Anna fitziu
three Lakeland soldier boys who had in March. Joe, it will be remembered, Have you thought how beneficial' .
the scrimmage with the border bandits in a letter to his home paper, the Tto to sometimes have a freeze, = .
and not members of the Kissim- Irir.pa Tribune criticized some of the To destroy the I'erms.and insects. -= .
me ( company as was reported in the n.Hilary martinets, and for his temerity I That molests our plants arid trees T = .
:first dispatches., You can depend oh is serving a six months' sentence '
the Lakeland product leading whenever in jfil. Jo* experience: cause a Surety boys you all rememberThe I Dramatic ,:Soprano of the Metropolitan Opera:
you find it. Seven horses and one r-luctance on the part.1 I Florida's freeze, of 1895| .
Mexican are pretty fair spoils for young'men to enlist under fat witted Then at the closing of a decade "
I three boys to take. The horses are all\ politicians who have secured commU- Another came in 1905. Company, of New York.
right but we would suggest that the clone by exercising a "pull" I Ii
boys be given a commission to chase Boys, I know you've not forgotten y
the Greaser so far back into the Mexi- -And Prints "Florida' Greatest How the bugs and worms and flies/ E
can hills that he'll\ never find his way Were killed by these two big freezer =
out, Newspaper They were blessings in disguise.
Lakeland News: Tampa Tribune Jean
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gears With "Bone Drjrs" running a cooking school. Stovall ia Take a retrospect of Kansas, Cooper
Plant City 'Courier: CongressmenClark one of the few newspaper men who For you cannot fail to know, E%
Sears and Wilson record can raise the dough, though you '(can The hand of God did sore afflict her =
are
ed in the press account as voting for find pi I in moat any newspaper office. Just- a few short ;years ago. __= .

the Sparkman"bone is dry"not mentioned law. Congressman', but if lie' Great Livestock Display With plagues like. those of ancient the: most celebrated American. Singer, and

.had been)present the presumption ia Miami Metropolis: Osceola county Egypt, E- '
''the.would have voted with the ma held its first .county ,air last week But today, )youunderstand. =
jority., With enthusiastic crowds in attend When the states sum up their-riches :: .
----- ance and an exhibition that speaks She holds the banner in her hand.,
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Words of Wisdom great things for the comlrfg days :: Leopold
when the live stock Industry of Floridais Florida must not be mourning; Godowsky
East Coast. Advocate! One of. the I developed along the lines begun In Her cheerful spirit must revive; E ,
most queer ideas of some people is to ,progressive counties of the state. This Notwithstanding great disaster;' ::
think that a newspaper is owned by:' year the livestock display at Kissimmee Like.a phoenix, she survives' .. J4L
the town and that it should. work for .w s....rerY fine and yet,*the stock: : ==
-the' town' fbr-nothing.i Their do not Every sta+.eIn'thre'gieatunion,- *
growers'are only beginning to make a M' the 'World's' most- Celebrated Pianist. (
consider that the printing of a small specialty good breeds of cattle. No matter what may be her lot, '
country newspaper costs hundreds of .r _I" Cherishes '"the land of flowers. ," == "
j dollars a month, in wages, paper ink, Frlpp On Our'Fair As lovely garden spot. \ ,
:machinery type; and fifty other .
:Mulberry Herald: Our neighbor t
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; over in Osceola county have just done When we read, of "Cruelautf'rlng
not include outlay of thousands of .
an .
That nations bear
themselves in the ,ofcounty" so many
-dollars to buy:the-plant to start the fatrt proud" ?- .way'.' a Forth sake of one great tyrant, = ..- -- *
..Not line of Is TheseTArtists Will Appear ::at. the
newspaper.this one type Theirs was one of the best county Barbarous beyond compare., .. :
set up in office without the printers .
are paid far it. ,It should be distinctly exhibitions ever conducted in the'state -
We are filled with
Indignation
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of Florida. It was a failure in point
understood that a newspaperi I of'attendance and Immediate financial And our hearts send up prayer s
a business proposition, like! a grocery profit, but its exhibits and .other attractions To the great Lord of creation
hardware, clothing or any other To guard Us with His
of class. tender care.
business, and it takes the hard cash to were high ::
The fair was very successful, how-I 1ORLANDOs SPRING
keep it running, What do ,
you pay ever, when it is considered how well Florida, must cease repining,
towards* printing a newspaper, to help the Osceolans have buildedTor their ;. All with her will yet be well,
booct the town and people
up bring .future exhibitors and considering also Northern folks will soon be coming
here Mr. Reader We cannot -
run 'Neath her sunny skies to dwell.
the that
handicaps operated against :
this business on wind, no than .
more (MISS) SARA ABBOTT.
\ them this year. Their fair had comparatively
any other business.What's. little advertsingi they were, Baxley, Ga. == .
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,_ Ills Name? constructive and promotional needs Heroine
cures constipation and, reestablishes -
Lakeland Telegram: Some people and they had one quite rainy day out regular bowel '
would be willing to see the entire citrus of htelr four days of exhibition.The movements.
crop Florida wiped out for the Osceola fair was fortunate In Price 60c., Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. MUSICAL FESTIVALTO .
satisfaction would give them to deal having an efficient and indefatigable . .eC
in the sensational in telling\ about it. secretary and general manager, A. E. ,
A fellow of this kind is located In Thomas of Kissimmee, who produceda class county fair In Florida would do 1
,Jacksonville, and the dispatches 'he minimum of mistakes and a maximum well to keep in mind the Osceola exhibition II
sent out hurt the state more' than the of good work. (at Kissimmee) in next Feb
freeze.< Those'who, wish.to attend a first- ruary. '


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I "' Now Ready for You !!! The first Concert will be given thI.I.


;1 In Pasco County Highlands along the Seaboard Business men, to build up this community have .
Railway near prosperous county seat town heart prepared farms; Seaboard progressive railroad of Evening of March Sixth when Anna
.I! of orange and grapefruit section; fine livestock the Southeast selling farms for them and help. ,
country; excellent land for winter vegetables; proing buyers to'succeed through its farm experts,
duces big crops, .hay and other staples. Real that its tonnage may be greater. These ready-to- with Dr. Julian .1 1L
j farms of firm and : rich virgin land; clutivate farms now offered at prices which will Fitziu will appear
part of each just cleared; new house barn give you benefit of value increases you assist in ===
well fresh cow, two pigs, dozen chickens. if = '
1I j ; creating you buy without delay.

4J I; Look.Into These Farms Right Away Allen, the well ,known Violinist. II


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I Actual facts regarding'climate, soil and fertility ment Of all its territory, none exceeds Paid = The second the afternoon of March -
,1'' of Florida lands largely justify the enthusiastic County in opportunity for, fortunate investment. ;
I faith of owners. Wise investments in almost any Chosen by Seaboard's
general department
.good Florida lands may be expected to return as this season's field for development colonization in- when' Jean'Cooper will apI
large profits. Florida, because of active and substantial cooperation Seventh
Through the heart of Florida the Seaboard Air .by leading men of Dade City, county seat ,
Line Railway spreads its lines providing service. Pasco County will be brought to. attention of -
to Advance of actual need, encouraging develop- thousands looking, for such an opening. pear with Godowsky.

II Success Awaits You Here; Bankers. .F

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The Series will concluded the Evening of '
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Assurance of success and happiness displayed future opportunities to excell those of,, Pasco :
in inducements prepared by these bankers County can hardly be offered.- ::::!

business homes here.men,will influence many to buy and make form See yourself these ready-to-cultivate regarding them farms while opportunity NOW. 'In- March 7th, with Mendelssohn's Great. Oratorio :_ .?

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Do not expect ready-to-cultivate] farms of this to purchase exists. Write today for free of -
f attractive character in prosperous far-seeing Seaboard Magazine and printed, matter copy giving. "Elijah "-sung by a chorus of two hundred voices
community to remain long on market. While terms prices, details. Then prepar. to investi. ===
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B.:'L.: Hamner, Gen. Dev. Agt. = Clay Inman will appear as a participant. in!: the = ?r

f! Seaboard Air Line Railway Company .
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994 Royster Bldg., Norfolk, Virginia performance.. Seats) on sale at Walter Dren- ==


7ackonvlll. office. 104. 'W.st'Bay 8t* W. H. Harrison :Jr.. A..'t D.V. Art.' nen's Piano Store' in Orlando.
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I' FAVORITE FERTILIZERS RETURN' WITH SPRING MAKES YOU SICK. AND SALIVATES ; .


ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS II
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It ha been a matter of : do much toward making'a change Ina .
FOR
SPECIAL FORMULAS whether coat suit would I "Didsoi's her .Is HiralesJ Ti HeiV my guarantee- GojU. any dny
return to dress of whlch/ou may hvae tired.. TOM" sloes and get. a SO( cent of ,J'
CITRUS CROPS fOTATOES, BEANS, PEAS; favor with the spring, or whether the I These '' are -of white elm Yoor Slogfhi UnrMl on's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful aa4' lT.iJ ss\
long coats by which women .have shantung silk trimmed at the edges If it doesn't straighten you right up '.-
. CORN TOMATOES stood Arm and steadfast all through with bands of plain colored silk or the! Bowift.tJght and make you led line and viprous I !
the winter would continue to satisfy dotted or figured silka. The band of want you to BO back to the store an* I Ipt
Ii Write for our new price list on-all brand Agricultural 1 Chemical. their need In spring.. colored silk adds a bright touch whichis Calomel makes you sick. It's your moner.. Dodaon's Liver Tone. I IIi
One would naturally conclude that veryrefreshing1.. The flat, rolled horrible l Take a doM 0'dangerou.. deatroylng the'sale of calomel because.is
, Insecticides.Matenal., Etc. a coat suit in spring would be welcomed collar in sailor shape is still a favor .IrtiK tonight and tomorrow you'inajr lose is real liver .medicine entirely "vege "I
SEED POTATOES by most women'after the heavy ite. Some of the collars are made a day' work, table, therefore it can' not salivate or '
BEST MAINE long coats of winter. But the question double; for Instance,'there is a lower Calomel is. mercury or quicksilver make you sick. .
are arriving daily-get our price. and get the beit is still to be settled. In all probability collor of white silk and an upper collar which causes necrosis of the bone. .I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod- 'I j
FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributingin there will be as many coat suit in green rose, gold or any of the Calomel when it comes Into contact on'* Liver! Tone will put your slufrgUhliver :
;, We .ell the HAINES as separate coats worn when spring fashionable colors, the same shape, with sour bile crashes into It, breaking to work and clean your bowel of
row or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer Lime, Ashes! comes. Some very jaunty models are but smaller,, so that an edge of the it up. This i* when you feel that awful that, sour bile and constipated waste' '1
P and soft Phiophate. being shown now and many of them white shows all around. nausea and cramping. If you are alug. which I I. clogging yours stem and making -
USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE have coats/ in Norfolk or semi-Norfolk Girdles offer ....anotherL possibility plan and "all knocked out,", if your you feel miserable. fuarantoe( thata
liver i* torpid' Sand bowel constipated bottle of Dod on's Liver Tone will
I effects with plain or pleated skirts for freshening dresses;' The i 18
I. on your 'citrus tree for sure, result Manufactured by: J. Schnarr an important feature of the dress girdle at or you have ma.dac.bet:: diulnesn, coated keep ;your entire family feeling fiDe for .,
Co. Orlando, ubsidiary. tongue, ii breath. I Ie bob or stomach sour* month. .Give It to your children. It toharmle .
.
& our
h>p present and there are many charming .like its
and
hint try a spoonful of harmless Dodaon's **! doean't gripe they: .
styles, varying from the very narrow Liver Tone .(
tonight on my guarantee pleasant taste.Seedgrafted .. '
THE INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY aprin-atring girdle hanging with long 41.
loose ends to the wide girdle, which is Y
beauty .of your hair beside it immediately avocados often bear
FLORIDA arranged artistically a soft.crushed -
JACKSONVILLE, dissolves of
.effect. Wide ribbon girdles are dandruff.' You can every not particle have nice I second year; three varieties; stand J .t
V, +O'OO..O.Ot O.. O 004 OOO 0 OO'.0000000000 very often seen. heavy, healthy hair if' you have dand- more cold than orange' Write J. 1>*

..--- -- ". -- -" -- ruff. This destructive scurf robs the Beach, West Palm Beach,_ for'free
- -- hair of its lustre, its strength and its booklet;. ft*
..*<. .ooo..o..Ot. OOto.o..oooo..oooo.oo.o.ol very life and if not overcome it produces -
n feverishness and itching of
1 the scalp al, ; the hair roots famish loosen Pick out your favorite for the' big:, e

.i l Cold Storage for Fresh Meais /1 frfIWi. fast.and Surely die; get hen a the 26-oent hair bottle falls out of 'event .March 10th. ,

Knowlton's Danderine from any drugstore .. .

i ,Storage Rates Beginning December l.t: ' ;;- ( and just try It. WHATLAXFOS IS .
I. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO

?' Storage on all Meat, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Days.". I.I HOLD A MEETING TONIGHT '

Curing. 'Pork ready for'.smoking, 1 l-2c. per pound, i -- .
i.I The regular! meeting( of the Chamberof
Twenty Days. Commerce will be held this eveningat

Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound. ,. the rooms on Broadway, when matters UX-FOS IS AN IMPtOUQ CASCARA .
fc_ of importance, will be brought up I "
: . -" < <. a.n, for consideration. Reports of committees i. A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE ,

=Bring us your hog the day they ar.e'killed. ...We'will do' s will received, And the application i CATHARTIC AKD AVER TONIC .;
of I"
a large number of
peoples j LJUC-FOS i* not a Secret or Patent Medf-
= the real. i for,membership be.given cine but 1* composed of the following j
tion. All member.are atten-l old-fashioned roots and.terbsr 4 -- l'

.... 'J,.. -... .......; . ; ,. 7.:..., : "." ... i l ll tendr..1. :: -- -- CASCARA BARK

; i:; IISSIMMLL( ICE. & COLD.. STORAGE.. CO. I ltocw, J JI SEED BEANS SCARCE BLUE RHUBARB FLAG ROOT ROOT ."";,

.
.
I . r-k. Bu.. BLACK ROOT .;
I ...0.00000000..00..00..0.0.0..0..0..00.a. Refu tee or 1000 tol..f Z.7B "$10.00 MAY APPLE ROOT ::1.I
Red Valentine .:t..:..._ S.76: 10.00: LEAVES '
= Black Valentine ___u_. S.75 10.00Rtringle. SENNA
I .. Green. Pod. 8.78. 10,00.Iiod.on AND PEPSINIn
Smart Spring .Model Developed i in -
Wax _______
:: S.OO 11.00
....o..o..o..oo..o..o..ooo..o. ..... ''Jerseyh>Cloth. I 1Ii Selected. Tom Watson melon seed. LAX-Fos: the CASCARA I Improved by
D UQeaca 75o lb.. 10 lb. .lot*. .0c lb.; Bloomfield' the addition of thee digestive ingredient
WE HAVE SOME GOOb BUYSFine The dressier suits are made of silk t H' ".77" bu. prollflo seed corn, 7Bo;: making it better than ordinary CASCARA -
J pk., &0 bu.) Extra early North ,and thus the combination: act not
and'satin with touches of embroideryin Carolina grown cotton used, S2.IS
home on the} Dixie Highway, modern house, bath, hot and bu.t Extra early. Sea Island cottonseed only*a stimulating laxative and cathartic -
and thesame or some contarsting color.. $i SO bu.. North Carolina pea but also a* digestive and liver tonic.
cold small bearing'grove, fine garden. 'A good buy a
water The 'coat are'generally midway"' between ; nut., ".711 bu.: Recleaned beggar. Syrup laxative are weak, but LAZ-FOS "
.
bargain." weed seed, SSo lb. Combines with -.
1 the hips and knees in length. For Combination of Materials 8 strength palatable aromatic ,
Forty-acre farm, excellent\ land, all fenced and part in cultivation / Oj Write for complete catalog taste and doe not gripe or disturb'l<\'

i ; small house; barn and about one hundred. small trees. Price that For hip-length sports wear coats there with'is contrasting no doubt 'The use of ribbon as a'dreas trimming -i Bloomfirld H..5teelli Nursery. A Seed Co. the LAX-FOS) stomach.is invaluable One bottle for Constipation.will prove 'S

only $1.200; terms. skirts will be very smart, and there is also quite a novelty; It is! used I I Florida' Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price SOc.Eugene . ./

" A number of city lots, beautifully situated, high and dry, at 'a will be more interest.in sports clothes to finish the new collarless necks and -- --- -- ,'
low price and on monthly payment. Come..;in and talk i it over. > this spring and summer than in any sleeves, and also trims the skirts of I "

other styles, If one may judge from afternoon and >evening dresses. On C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bry.'ice Pr* P. K. Weaver, Set'y.lrea. .R 4
M..-G., klBBE & 'CO. the present demand for them. Plaid separate.waists too, ribbons is often ..
with coats of solid color hav- ,
: Kmimmee. Center. skjrts a introduced as a tri'mmng detail. "
Chicago. Orange ing the collar and cuffs trimmed with Puffed 'and Cuffed Frocks S' '

..t..0.0..00..0000000.. .OO.OO..OO..OO.OO..O.. the plaid are considered exceedinglychic. To vary the monotony of the perfectly X
The striped and checked materials :
straight-up-and-down dress, '. .
i are employed in the same' way. there are several new models of which : f
; .with coats of one color one is shown in the sketch. The waist
Besides the Norfolk coats, the loose,, is cut in sections, permitting the use .
straight'hanging box coat is one of of two materials. The skirt shows the

I, R. S. .FLOYD the' models that promises'to be very new puffed effect at the lower edge, Bryan Realty ,Company "
much favored. Some of' these' are 'with the draped panels confined to the
quite;.short. They are very stunning sides only. For'the attractive silks
Dealer In made'up in velvet and worn with white GRAYSTONE CASINO
which may be had in plain and figuredeffects
r, serge skirts. .Dark blue or old-rose to match in color, this design is .. .
white : : "i '' ,. 11J,1' 1\,,, . :
velvet, with large pearl buttonsfor "
.
"
Groceries Ha.y Grai'a'nd: >Feed contrast, is used for these coats. unusually effectiveCulls }; ,; .. ". 'I ' :. ... r ./.",,\ : .. ', .;: 't}' ::i!
: on skirts and the lower ( '
on : '. ,. ,
" ',1 ' .111"I': ) V v-M. ',;' ',1, ,;" Id", " ( I !. 4'\
j' u ,,;: "". '- 1, .;.. Not strictly Norfolk, but resembling edges of the slip-on blouses which ac' \ " :I. .' ,, 'm' I." "11 P.1i\-!\,; i' I'Y'. I,'.. .J.-!" 'I', "I ,
Ave t w this style in many points, is the smart company-them, are noticed in'a t good. "U1H\
Corner Broadway and Dakin. "' < ';' model illustrated in the sketch..It: is many dresses. The cuffs may be deep. ,,' ," "n. . : .'. .
.' of orange-colored wool jersey and accompanies or narrow and 'are finished with ma.: Orange Grove, Timber ends, We Pay Taxes fer Non-reatidenU -

Try Us on Your'Next Order For Feed a skirt qf black-an-orange chine stitching, giving the' effect of i Cattle Ranches" Country. and and Act .* Owner's
check, making-an exceptionally smart .
the hems having been. placed on the City Property Agents! Rental Property.
costume. The coat is twice belted, right instead of the wrong side of the
i part 'of the lower belt forming strapsat dress A pleated up-standing frill I

iz the-top of the large patch pocketlt. about half an inch deep is sometimes' .. .. .. .. .... ..- -
The belts extend around the -- --"" -- --- --- '' .
ide only, used as a finish to the cuffs. This, of ."' WI 011-: 011- -It- 'till 11' .' WI"
,.......00.o e 000 0 ooooOOOOOt 0 .000000'0000 0.000.0666646t and leave a panel effect at the back, itself, provides sufficient trimming .in
which is pleated like the front. some models. __ I

t S. S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE There To Freshen are many the people Winter who Dress wish. to xfilCK." GLOSSY HAIR "' 'I. Stout Lumber Co.

freshen up their winter clothes, before FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls SUCCESSORS\ TO MAY-BTQUT LUMBER 00. '
getting their things for it is
{ One thontand acres in,0rane County, southwest of Lake .Apopka; nigh still some time spfng before the weather DEALERS IN
Try it! Hair Gets soft fluffyand
) I I rolling pine land, two miles of 'Jake.shore, three miles of improved road, will allow us to be comfortable in beautiful-Get' a 25 cent .
spring clothes. Only those who have YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS ,
j early one mile being brick road. been able to replenish their wardrobesvery bottle of-Danderine.If >, \..
.
Also 500 acres on OrlandoIandlKissimmee: brick road, and other frequently throughout the\ win- you care for heavy hair thai LUMBER ;
ter will not feel the necessity'ftf adding glistens with beauty and is radiant
smaller tracts. new touches to their clothes. with life; has an incomparable' :softness -
: There are new sets of vests and col- and is fluffy ahd lustrous. try Novelty Works in Connection .: _
1 A number ef pieces. of interesting property in cities of Kissimmee, lars.and l separate cuffs to match, or Danderine.) {

: Orlando and Apopka. For prices and 'terms, write or see owner. matching .coUars I" .and cuffs which will' Just .one ,application> doubles the It u our pleasure to fire yon estimates at all times. ';;

courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
..J S. S. GRIFFIN, 1&3 Watkins Block, Orlando. < '.

k KISSIMMEE OFFICE In Griffin's Carafe, 8.12'' Posilel Ave McCALL BOOK Of PASHIONS. Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla ,; .

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'.. o ooooo.o..o.oo.ooo..o .oo..o .ooooo O ttOJ.t SPRING
1 QUARTERLY
A CKuririnff and ..0.00.000.OfO'OO. 0"0.0'.O"O"OO.'OO'OOOOOOO. ,

J.t; : 'I Atlantic Coast ''Line y Authentic '. .
: J Presentation of the REAL R "
I.TT \ Smartest INSURANCE and ESTATE ;
Standard ,
! Railroad of the SouthEast Smartest .

f Spring Fashions, Lei us insure: your Life; your Health, your Property. .

:l Through Tourists Trains Fabrics and1'rim"ings. Information'in regard to.property for ;;

TO THE EAST TO THE WEST t Eiqnlsite' sale and rent,cheerfully given.
Embroidery '
Designs. In addition to fifteen other good companies, we .
"New York & Florida Special" "Seminole limited"!!, t
4 "Fla. & West Indian Limited""Coast "The Southland"! I. .' I Attractive and now represent the well known,
Economical Suggestions '
.Line Florida Mail" "Dixie Limited" 4 for HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO.'of.New York .. .

,' "Palmetto Limited" 'Dixie Flyer" Dainty Lingerie. ::1:>>. <;1-. 7 TAGNER I:;,; .'

i "SL Louis-Jacksonville Express'' 4 McCALL BOOK OF Bank I : "
. Second Floor Citizens Bldg. rfcsirnmee. ,Fla. .;

g Steel Sleeping Cars, Tampa to Washington, FASHIONS .. 0..00..000 00.0000 ._oo.oooooo .oo.0 O o }0.00000 0.00..

f' Philadelphia and New York. I' From Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, c' i Price 25c (by mail - ----nn-- .---- -- " t

' Louisville., Cincinnati: Indianapolis, Cleveland and Grand Rapids 35c); Canadian price ...
mail 40c
SOcby\ ),
t' Observation Cars-Dining Crrsj; } Including a FREE FOR S.ALE---CASH 'PREfERRED ;'j
5 PATTERN C O U. w
; : >,. For reservations apply 'fo PON good for 15c
A. W.. FRITOT J. G. KIRKLAND toward the purchase One block of Five Lots ill youth Part of Town. '250 .

Division Passenger Agent Division Passenger Agent 00 of any .McCall'Pat-, 'f >ot Rich Muck .
tern. ., foot front, 208 ePth. ,Soil adapted for'
138 W. SL Jacksonville
Bay Hilliboro Hotel, Tampa McOJI P._No.7640 NOW ON SALE. McC.DPwte.No.7633" t'' Banana or''' Truck Growing. eighteen; inch' fall to cityf "

l4 4Get " " " 'oo""ooo.ooo'ooo' 'OOOfOOOooooo I ditch. Make..your,home pay for itself.


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'.. THE K1SSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917' ". .ELEVEN


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COUNTY: AGENTS OF'SOUTH t'be held during 'the, hours fixed It/ law compulsory School attendance shall b. he shall furnish the principal of each other evidence of Indebtedness Ano .,- above styled can** that the respon
1 I for the holding- of elections on'Sntur enforced In any 'School Board Districtor school within his jurisdiction with a cur .the payment' the < l .h.relnb.low', named I* believed to
FLORIDA TO MEET NEXT day March 10. It 17. for the nominationof districts of said county, wherein athreefifths lat of the names of children due t<, mor..al.deed of or oth trwiw, b* a Pennsylvanitcorporatiou locatedat
candidate. for city elective offices to vote w.' cat "For Compulsory .. the school of whloh the principal agent .tru.t broker .)r In Philadelphia, Pa., and that -relief I*
WEEK AT PLANT CITY .ba voted for at the general election to School Attendance.,though a. la In charge, and the, bounty any other fiduciary capacity, ,and to ought In the said suit against the
be held In said city of Ktsslmmee on thre-nfttu> vote of a county aa a whole Hoard of Public Instruction shall as >borrow and loan money. .aid respondent as a trusts under the

Plant City,will be the meeting-place i Saturday March 11. 1917.ltellnratl was cast "Against Compulsory School certain without ch.rg.he number. of Artcl. I. The amount'' of the cnpl- will Of Hamilton Dlsstoa deceased It
... .5 Kleetr Attendance; Provided also that pupils contained In ." -U.t.. ,tal of this corporation shall be Is therefore ordered that the Tacoay
' for the county farm demonstration Thpse, and only those shall any such election la held a : .o I. The Attendance Officer hail Ten Thousand Dollars, divided lnr.ono Saving Fund, Safe p.lt Title .
I\, be .to vote or participate compulsory ... written or printed nol<'.' 'or hundred shares of the par value at OneHundred Trust Company of Phl.d.lphl.Pa,
:'. Z agente of South Florida on March 5th, In p.rmlted. .. .t said primary :rtyo be rcChhol a. i party written and pantY prllt.t." 0' Dollar each, which said capital and the same I I. to be

T when they will assemble for a day's election,, who are white elector who or said every parent,' stock may b* paid for In property, and appear to the Bill of Complaint '
declare their adherence to the principle county wherein majority vote was other person h."ln.control of H chile labor .services at a just valuation to filed In this cans In the curt aforesaid -
conference and to visit some of the .and organisation of the'whltev roan's'party cast 'Against .Compulsory 8cho61 At. or chldr..n. the provisions ofthl. be fixed by theIncorporators at ameeting on or before Monday, 6th day

In the city of Ktsstmmee, who t.ndance." though the majority vote of :ct prompt ,o"lan\ the called for that purpose. of } otherWise the
Iarm .and of this -
groves great agricultural are by the laws of the city of Klasln.- the county a* a whole was cast "ForCompulsory part the parent "I ut..r Article 6. The bualnoss of this corporation .- aid r"fAC.mpt will In dv*
I and fruit-growing section mee lawful electors. who have on or School Attendance." p..on shall . If any par. shall b* conducted by aBoard course confessed
before February 10. paid their See. H. The County Board of Poblla en guardian or other arson upon of Directors of not less thaa .". Ie.pondent. I I* further ,
say. the Plant City Courier, poll taxes for the 1.1i' and 1(16, Instruction of a_ county In Which a whom such notice la served; fall t. three nor more than seven. ordered be publlahed -
wbo have registered up to' and 1oluding compulBoryschool attendance election comply with within thre day Article T. The of the once a week for foUr conseo-
Some time ago the government representative March Ilh, l.17. and who pledge has been held-and .hr..e-fnh. of the thereafter, h sea el.all be the fluty of stockholders, anlu me.tn. principal tlv weeks In the KlMlmme Vall. yOaiette

of this mvoement in Flor. themselves to abide by the result of vote legally cast at .. In a the upon ih, reoornmendatlon office of the corporation on the a weekly newspaper publletedand.
said primary election and vote for the Special Tax School DI.ttlct School of the Board of Public -Instructlon second Monday In January of each of general circulation In the oty
ida, with headquarters at the Univer. nominees thereof at the city Board Ol.trlc.or In county to prosecute forthwith such year. of Klsalmmee, county of Osceola, and
district election. .n.ulnl waR pulsar" School Attendance "person In the name of toe stiito of'' Article 5. The stockholders of this State of Florida. Witness the Honer-
,sity of Florida, arranged for (...llnretleBS .1 Candidates ," shall, at the first regular meet- Florida' before any Justice of the corporation shall at th* first meetingor able James W. r.rkn. Judge .(

meetings for agents of the several Tho.e. and only those persons, shall thereafter, publish that the follow Peace, or County Judle. of Any county. a* soon thereafter a. possible adopt aid Curt and a. Ctlerlc
Florida districts,. the) plans. 'for the be permitted to become candidates for \Ingcompulaory school attendance town or district the prosecuted I the necessary by-laws for the government I . "! the eel of said'
worked out with offices to be voted for In said primaryelections law will be i.ln full fore and effect reside All fine collected shall b" of the corporation. Court at KI.lmm.el Osceola County.
.. meetings 'being a who pledge themselves In'' thirty days thereafter In the Special turned over to the custodian of the Article '. The highest amount of Indebtedness Florida 1st day *f. February
view to having the meetings at places writing to abide by the result ef said' Tax School District. School Board Dlttrlct County School Fund, and may be u."d or liability to which this A 191?. .I

where the agents may secure the best primary elections and support the nominees or. In the county, aa Idmrec havebeen'determined by the County Board of Public In corporation shall at any tint be sub J. L. OVERSREE.
Information from personal observation thereof; who are qualified under by the .tructlon for the enforcement" of. this 'ject shall be In..the sum of Ten Thou Aa Clerk ,
the laws of the state of Florida and Seo*.' Every parent,' guardianor Act or for other purposes sand Don.r. (Circuit Court Seal)
p and at places easily accessible, city of Klsslmmea to hold office. person In charge er control of a chili Sue. 17. The Attendance Officer .h.l. Until the first election of JOHNSTON GARRETT
b and Plant City and Hillsborough coun. LI.t of Offices .. bo Killed or children between the ages of eight have the right' to visit and enter< ''I officers the business of this corpora 1 As Counsel for Complaln.nt. '.41

ty afford these advantages. Each elector In the city of Klsslmmee and fourteen years and residing withina o'fce. factory or business house em, tion.shall be conducted by the following -.
Special Tax School District a School youth, for th* purpose of enforcing named : J. B. Earl
qualified to vote In said primary persons Houser 1
.A Agents from fifteen counties .will shall have the right to vote..In Board or a county advertised the provision of this Acl J. Frank and W. H Frank. In Circuit Curt for the S..nt.Jo.dicial .

meet here, and are expected arrive .to primaries for: as DI.trlct following compulsory when doubt exists a* to the age Article 11. The names and residencesof 1, In and for Oceola th. State '
school attendance .provisions, analcause child he may require a properly attested the subscriber to these .. ofIncrporaton. County. In Chan
the night of March 4th. Monday One for mayor
on. .andld.t. such child or children to attend birth certificate. or affidavit to together-with.rtcl. eery. F. A. Htroup and R D. Frank-.
for clerk. .
they.will be directed by R. T. Kelley, One One .an4.d.t.candidate for treasurer.One . regularly the public school of the dis thc age of any child.. the capital stock nlm.subscribed ford. complainants, ". Tom B

agent for Hillsborough, to farms in candidate for marshal and tax trle In which the child or children re- 8.0 K Every Attendance' Office by each set opposite his name Order draws of et'' a. r..pnd.nt. Quiet .
not of ..acbyo.r. keep an accurate record of alnotices al
the Hopewell, Springhead and You- collector less than eighty'days are aa follows] pUblc.ton .
from the
may
between the of eight and served all case : cnoern.
Three candidates for members ofCity pro.ecut..el No.ot .
mans sections' and to Mrs. Chase'sdairy : Council for yeara each. fourteen year. of ale. ; the periodof and all other services p.rform.d. Nam Residence Shares sworn Complaint filed In ,.th- .

farm at Valrico, and in the evening Five members executive commit compulsory attendance shall commence shall make an annual'report of the J. H. Hou..rkN.rcoo..ee. Fla........ 4 above .entitled cause that there ..1.p.r.on. *

will journey to Tampa, where tee for one year. : with the beginning the school earn to the County Board of Public In. I Earl .. Fla,...,_._ H scribed Int.r..ted In the property ,n.
T'_. F. term.nearest to the eighth birthday .f Rtructlon. On blanks furnl.h.d b,the W. H.Frank, Narcoossee. Fla._....._ t of Complaint In
they will spend Monday night and Q..lfl. said case, other than the known 're
.. have his each child and shall cover a period of State Superintendent of. In. : IN WITNESS ,WHEREOF, we have
Tuesday. aecrrf.nond the primary election six consecutive year thereafter, except structlon In the manner required. hereunto set our h.nd., this 10th day ,, spondent the .name therein. and that

State Agent C., K. McQuarrie.lt ex- for any city office aa hereinafter provided. and oftener when demanded b, theCounty of January A D. U1. I name unknown t*persons_ .Interested '
attendance Bo.rd.Seo . a. .plalnt.
pected to be here from Gainesville to shall file with the chairman-of thl.oommlt.ee Sec. 10. Contnuou. upon HOUSER and . appearing to
shall be
.on or before February IS. some other private, or 1* It the duty of all EARL etalnn.m..d
address the students.AUTOMOBILE 117. his notice of candidacy and application church for eighty days of each year principals and teacher to 'co-operat W. H. FRANK respondents to said Bill wbo.bapt.mal
name and Initial ar*
during the ages of eight and fourteenof with the Attendance Officer In the enforcement
to have his name so printed
blank to be furnished by the any child, may b. accepted In lieu of this law. To this end I It STATE OF FLORIDA, ,, Il".n .. they are unknown and
upon a relief I. prayed In the said Bill ofComplaint
ROAD MAPS OF chairman of this committee, and accompanied of' attendance upon' local public shall be' the duty of the principal or COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. 88. .
s>y the amount of his assessment school; Provided further that any private teacher In charge of. every school In On this 10th day of January lA' D. .aln.t the Bald unknown
FLORIDA A'RE IN DEMAND school receiving for Instruction which pupils between the of eight r..pond.nt. therefore ordered)
a. specified below. and no name or church agea lU7, before me, W. o. King a _. _.
Sastdlln
of and fourteen are Instructed 7 to notal' Carr. -
of such candidacy shall be'printed pupils between* ages years public personally appeared
any and fourteen shall keep keep an accurate record of the attendance HOUSER Knowle..8teck.. wife ofIdmuad.I
:;; or counted or returned If'printed eight years EARL J. FRANK and W. H.
The complete automobile road map upon upon any such unless this provision such reVord of attendance of saW child of all pupil to render weekly reporU.to FRANKtome-"'known .to b* th..on. .- per. -atekr .n"1 parties ,. '
of. Florida (pocket edition), which is b.lot co'mplled with. or children;and will render such report the Attendance Officer and theCounty'Superintendent . described In and who executed the Bill of In In in the , ,
.hal of the same as are hereinafter of Public Instruction foregoing. Instrument Complaint the-abova .trle
and
being offered by the Valley Gazette F.r el Icknowled. cause described, dhder of th ,
B.I.t required of teachers of public schools: of all pupil Imperfect In at. ed the- apy
for the small sum of 25c, is finding a The votingIn by A rat and. choice electionsshallbC ..bal otherwise the attendance upon any sueh. tndnce.,' showing .rail.absences, .cxl free *xecutiop deed .U"r.of'to and pur.. lowing parUe.Tom D' Andrews, 8, S..

ready: sale, and .if you have not got lot.1n-compliance the provision private or-church school refusingor c..d uneacu.ei and In the case of poses ac ant mentioned. Booth. P., Hammer Benjamin Hammer B. Hammer, Tannl
,
'wlI ,
better will of the state thenames neglecting keep such records and to an .xcu..d to stAte the r.a.on IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hare
yours get busy, as they. Blair
ant Jr.. Blair Burrell, .
make such report shall not be accepted for which the was excused. hereunto set hand and Burw.l. .r.
of the candidates for office pupi my my ''
-not last any great length of time. In lieu of attendance upon a public See. 10. It be the duty of thc seal-thl the day and .tf..d V.uahn A Co., V.u.hl -
shall be printed on the ballot In alphabetlcal -* .h.1 year '
.
T. Carr . Carn
The map is folded Tn. a ,neat; cardboard order. schooL County Board Instruction of ten. >. .Smu.1 )

cover; of a size fitting the coat O....S* 4 f Return Sec. 11. *"Kxesaptl ssv Thl Act shall each county to cause this Act to bepublished (B.al W. O. KINO, N. P. Henry Bennett, Bnn.tt William and
not apply In case In which thechild's separate and distinct from State .
The committee meet at 8 o'clock any of Florida. My
poCket.-about.an ordinary envelope the .h.1 of physical or mental condition, : the publication of the Act of the Leg ..) Pblc AUK. 9, the followingtrustee* under ." will
on
'size- nd when opened is 21x29 P i the m. City M.rchI.I. h* attested by any competent physicianbefore'any 1.laturl. In full In some new.paperpubl.hed .xplr. U1.H of Hamilton D..ton.de..a..d, H.nry

inches. It shows all automobile roads of ... Counci, publicly.hamber canvas.Ity the court havln" Jurisdictionunder In the county If there be OP ADMINISTRATORJ-FOR II.tol 'Fund. Safe,.HI.cl Title Taoony, atTrust.
If there to dls .OT.CI
throughout the entire state, the Dixie returns. In accordance with the primary this Act rend.r.Inexpedient;at.nd.nce' f : and give It etndt.tn c : FINAL. DISCHARGE Company of Pblad.lphla, Pa,, r
election law of Florida, and de- 1u
Highway, and fr6m Itlone can pick out what candidates have been nom case .IeICh: the child idInr' In th. form of a crcul.r.t least and the folownl pr.on.Bllaa"

at first glance 'any auto road In Florida car for voted for and! than mi. by the four week prior to ,, of the is Cert .r C.... ...c. State ofFlorid. -beth'B.Sandlln, Knowles, -_
:na"'n'fl'c Ok this route school house; an< i school for the school year beginning
being the latest revfsed, it certainly committee the days thereafter transportation la not provided: or In July 1, 111. and annually thereafter if -. Stack said wife of Edmund F. Steck, If any

' something we all should possess, shall the of thesecandidates any case extreme poverty. n which In their discretion It ba n.r..ary.a.e Is Priscilla of parties ar.t.c.a..dL or claim '
certify names R. Estate .t Bass, 01."C..f. Interests IX Sand..
ICo of such child are necessary 11. All laws and parts of law th.r.ln
the .
to say the least, and is complete in receivingthe nomination for any
.. In.
claiming
or
.. the supportof I In with the' provision of In. .
for support or d..ed
office to the city authorities of Klaslmme til. ..
.
every detail. The also shows the the property
map Its aa attested by the affidavit Act are hereby r.p.al..d. belnl
.. of this for parents
the nomln.e. party Sec. This take effect Notice Is hereby to 'whomIt the described property
population' of incorporated towns tot the to be for'.t the general of Its parent 01 parenta and ot IS. shall II.en. al folowing
o.fce. Attendance Officer Immediately upon Its passage and approval may concern, day ofAugust All of 8ctln Thirty U.
such wlnesses a*
the of 1910 1900 and 1890 with to be held March 111 1(17AsessaeBts I
years may require.; or In any case In by the Governor A. D. 1.1. I shall apply to the that lies South of the County Road and
4he total population for he years which said guardian or other Approved June S, 115.' Honorable T. ? Mlrphy. Judge of said ,r all that part of Section Thirty-one (11)
mentioned. It carries the scale of For the purpose of defraying Including expenses - person having p.r.nt.charge or control of a The following are appointed to act court a* Judge Probate for my final that lies North of the County" R.ac except -
of the '
primary
electon. before magistrate at said election: discharge mm Administrator of the estate Be..nty.I.. mor. or
miles electric lines indicated and child, show any <' acr.
are separately the payment of In.pecor. .hal less th the We.thank -
of *
Bass,
of himself and o' J. M. Gardner H. N. Bratton and 3 Prl.clia dece.edl) and
as are all the county .Ieat.. clerks printingof following such affdavl the Officer -. W. Lilly, inspectors. ; and A. E). Thom. that at .ame time twil present to of Canal on the South by the
levied
On the, reverse side of the map is a assesments are ajralnatprospective may wltn.require that Atend.nc with Clerk. said court thy final a* Administrator County Ro.d the East by the Ball
G.azeteer Florida candidates for .the variousoffices out necessary books and clothing for Done by order of the Board of Publl of Said ..estate and ask fo.th..lr line of Thirty-one ($1)).
complete
giving to be : and on the North by the water's edge
fU..d that the parent the .XXnd day' of D* approval.Dated
such information as banking towns, Mayor five . at.ndlnl achooland the necessary In.tructon., th.. ,January list. A. D. er Fish Lake; also excepting the Right'of

4.money order postof flees, etc. Clerk. five dollars.Treasurer dollars.. book and rOhr::; Provided I that when . .. 'v. C. BARS hlrman OSCAR U1. Way of the Railroad a. It passedthrough .
five
that whenthrough Attest: C. B. YOWELL. -Item )V Administrator Bald lands, said land lying In'Osceola
dotMembers book and clothing; provided
... and .collector, five
Mar.hal t. County Fla" do appear to the
charity or by other n County SIPerlnt.neent ,
.
SOUH ACID STOMACHS, : complainants' Bill of Complaint herein
the child shall no longer be e
City Council, two ..dollars. : FOR PUBLICATION
NO'C on or before Monday, the Tth day
GASES OR INDIGESTION from school attendance under Iled.
Inspector I further that NOTim OP APPLICATION FOR X "", A. D. Ill?, i'lse.in due course Gf
provision; Provided inefficiency HEEl> tmrtKH .E.ON 574 AND .( the late'rierC. law the said Bill of Complaint will betaken
and clerk D..j..t
The Inspectors Is charged with .
tolowlnl 'I a t..ch.r HTO, GENERAL Of TilE
...Each Tape's Diapepsin" digests are to the or cruelty, such charge being as confessed by said unknown
h.r.by d..lln.ted conduct STATE OF K1XHII. .. LasS Ofdce .t F) parties. It la further ordered that thl*
I and filed with-the 0.1..1. .
said In writing
primary made
all
f. 3,000 grains' food ending rlecton. t..
>* XI. order be week for 11
one a
rf
E. O. Vans Tax Dietnlct publ.h..d
stomach misery.In five Inspectors: Br.ton. Trustees of the Special 8chol oOTC Is hereby given hat NATH In the Kiesirnme.Valley .
Agnew J. W. Lilly. or with the County Public of
'RTER purchaser Tax Certlfl NOTICE Is hereby given that Samuel weekly
minute Clerk: A. K. Thomas.- Instruction by a parent or g-uardlmn and dated the 7th M. of Ga.ete a n.w.ppr
cat. Clark Louorhman. Florida who .
Time It! In five minutes .11 stomach H. BULLOCK Chairman. the school being < 111. general
of child attending
.I S any day of July, A. D. has filed said'certificates on October 10 1(11. made HomesteadEntry nth. County of' and
distress will go. No indigestion, taught by such teacher, then tho In my office and has mad No. 0111S1. for B\V\i of BEU. State of Florida. .0..01 -

heartburn, sourness or belching ofpas ) or ELECTIONIn attendance of such child shall not be application for Tax Deed to Issue In Section SO, Township Z6 8.. Range 27 able James W. Perkins Judge Ho.or. ,
NOTICE enforced until after a full Investigationof accordance to law. .
acid, or. irritation of undigested bead mad B., Tallahassee ]1.rldl.n. has filed notice said and my name a* CI.rl
such charge has by. the Said Certificates embrace the follow'. of Intention to make .COlrt
the official seal
food no. dizziness, bloating, foul: compliance with ChaJt"l 1811 board with which same was filed and Ing described land, lying and beingsituate to establish claim Tbre.t..rProof. aid Circuit Court -at Klislmmee, O*> ,"
1 breath headache. State of Florida 1'lt. herebyglven the said teacher bean acquitted orexonerated. ; in OsceolaCounty, Stats ot
or above
before Clerk
Circuit ,
that an el.tioi will I.e hvltl at to-wlt de."rlbec ceola County, Florins on this the 1st
; Pape's Diapeosin is noted for its Klsslmme In Ssuhool Bonrd DI.trl.' I Florid. (7): of Block U of Mary Court *, Florida oa the day of February, A. D. It 17.J. .
Sec, II. Temporary Abnene Allnw of 117.Claimant .
speed in regulating upset stomachs No 1. Oaoeola County, on Haturday. and Lot Two I M.rh. L. OVBR8TRBBT,
Flurl. ( ) of Block 61 ot
,
guardian or othec
l Every witnesses
parent name a* : As Clerk Circuit aforesaid
to I
stomach March trd, 117. I court
It I Is the surest quickest! person In the stateif Florida having M.rydl. B. Gl. Hancock of Loughman. (Circuit Court Seal)
: remedy in the -vhole world and besides determine whether shall prevail compulsory In raid district school charge or control of ,chlM or children! .. land beln" assessed In the A. J. Clltes of Lulhm.n. Fla.J. .FI I JOHNSTON *k GARRETT .
.
';'I end atendan. between the aares of eight anil fourteen names of at the W. Campbell P1 T-llt
it is harmless. Put an to whether the following date of issuance of said Ceetlflcat. Lughm.n, & A* Counsel for complal.a.t
*, shall qaiiv cud cnM.1 **r cnll- J. F. deer of .
stomach trouble forever bv getting a compulsory school attendance provisions dren year to attend school a* aforesaid; Pro- Unless said certificate shall be re. KI..lmm BOB?.. !, 11. .
large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapep- shall be enforcedin* said School vided, that occasional sbn.ince from d..m.d ac.ordlng to law. Tax Deed Reg-later. PUBLICATION
... lO.C
'
You real. Board 1 thereo on the 14th day of 7.1 "
*in from any drug store. DI.trlct such attendance 'by such child nmount- A. \
ice in five minutes how needless it is Ing to not more than tw'anexcused F.hruary. D. U1. I NOtICE) FOR PUBLICATION DartsBat) .( tb. latri r' 1
my and official seal '
,
811 LAWS OP iHtimci-itlv Wln. -
CHAPTER UI absences In fuur veeks. -
to.suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia AN'' ACT PROVIDING FOR COMPU shall.not be unlawful; Pr->vM.'d, further 117 llth day of January A D DI>aHsa.sit cf .1..t. V. .."Load OfSe* atJanuary 0.1..1.. '
or any stomach disorder. It is the SORT -SCHOOL. ) that the principal i teacher in "* XL. . zt .

quickest, surest and most harmless APPOINTMENT OF ATTENDANCEOFFICERS. charge of the acheol ,inny excuse any Clerk Circuit Court. OVERSRET. V. .. Lead .0....* '
stomach doctor in' the world. PRESCRIBING THEIR child for temporary ab..n.. because ut State of Florida. "... mT 0..11.! NOTICE I. hereby,given that bart ,
DUTIES ANt POWERS.Be a storm or bad weather sickness or H. Padgett, of . Florida "
It enacted b the of death In Its familyunforeseen or Unavoidable NOTICE I. hereby given that Blhue on January K, 'r made Homestead
ENGINEER JOE JOHNSTON TO the State of, L.I.I.ture. accident Excused absencesand NOTICE OF INCORPORATION f Goodman of Eva Florida who. on May Entry No. S7B1. Lois I. 6 Section '
Section 1. Whenever one-fourth of the reason therefor shall be reported It. 1.1. Entry No. IS,,and Lot 1 of $ecion.35. Tewnshlp
INSPECT BRICK FOR PAVING the registered. white voters of any to the Attendance Officer -a* NOTICE la hereby given that the undersigned HH of NEW and E% of BE*, 11 8., Rang 14 E.. Tallahaase Meridian.

Special Tax School DI.trlc. School hereinafter provided; Provided further will on th. (th day of March Section 1. Township 15 8., Rang I E., has filed notice of Intention tom.k.'Flv.year
County Engineer Joe Johnston baaI.ono Board or' of shall that In case of protracted Illnessof A. D. 117 apply to the Governor of Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no. Proof to establish
to Augusta Ga. where he will file DI.trlct Board of Public Instruction any child whose attendance Is required Florida, for Patent incorporating tics of Intention to make Five-year- claim to the land above "..crlb.4 b. '
a written petition askingfor 'under this Act, or In case of Ltte., associates and Proof to establish claim to the land fore Clerk: Circuit Court \
"be with the brick plant of the Georgia an election to be held In such Special qu.rantn.'of the home In which' such successors .Into. a body politic and corporate above ..crlb.d. before Clerk Circui Thee Florida, on the Ifth day of March,

'Engineering Company for a period of Tax School District, School Board District chid re.lde.upon report of the Health under the name of NARCOO3 Court, at Klsslmmee. Florida, 01 1917.
determine whether certificate of any SEE 16th day of March 117. Claimant names as wltne.e.: '
to the material which or county, Offcer. PRODUCT COMPANY.
ten Inspect
days
PINE .
compulsory school attendance shallprevail qualified physician to this effect J. B. HOUBKR Claimant names as witnesses: J. B. O..n. of ., Fla.O. '
is'to be used in paving the Kissimmee- In' either of said districts or the Attendance Officer KARL J. John Stewart of Louarhman, 11. W,, Fertlo of Lokosee. Fla \

St:, Cloud road, the contract for -which the county It shall be the duty 'of cuss from attendance such child luJli W. H. FRANK. John H. Stewart of Eva Fla Noah Smith of Lokosee. FlaR.
was'let by the commissioners to the the County Board of Publlo Instruction i lie I I. fully restored to healh. or FRANK David W. Bridges of Eva B. Willis of Lko..e. Fla.
election In of 'any child Wj Bridge *>f Eva, DAVIS.
to order an W.I..r
quarantne 11.
abovenamed'company some time elhe. Articles of i.cerper.io. -It '
ago. said districts or the county. from been raised. ROBT. W. Register.AOTIClfl ,
Work on the paving is progressing Ing aa the petition may request to : Bee t..rAny parent.guardian We, the und.r.llned.for hereby the associate .-5t Register KOH"PUBLICATION

rapidly and apparently satisfactorily.Take decide whether the folo.lnl compulsory or other person In 'control of becoming our..lve. oolitic purposeof ,
a body
| ahal'l Vnd corpor. In'Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial J '
school provisions n child or children violating the pro
atend"nCf. ate under the law of the of
state Florida r
-
Circuit' of the State of FloridaIn !> DartBasit
Tax School ef the Interl
be enforced visions of this Act, shall be guilty of a
Herbine for Indigestion. It and we hereby decl.re that the and for 'County, In Chancery
District, School Board District or d* and upon conviction by O.c.ol.
relieves the pain in a few minutes and county. any : competent jurisdictionshall followingarticles Incorporationshall V. A. Stroup and }* D. Frankford V. S. LasS Oltrm mt Vim..JaaM.ry .
and be 0.1..11"
forces the fermented matter which See S. The County Board of Public be tc to a fine of not less than said con.ttute the charter of complainants, vs. Tom B. Andrews 37.
of et al. defendant.. Quiet Title.
notice such
Instruction shall give one not more than three
causes the misery into the bowels election by the same for dollars for each and. every offense And Article 1. The name of this corporation' Order of Publlcatlpn. To all whom NOTICB I. hereby given that Ostln
Price Sold advert"ln" shall be NARCOOSSEB PINE It may concern. It appearing by R. Beebe, 'nee I'. of .Lokosee,
where it is expelled. 50c. four weeks t.rrltory. If a new.- upon or refusal to pay such fine PRODUCT g.l.
by Osceola Pharmacy. paper be published therein but If said falurl. guardian, or other personIn Article S.COMPANY of the sworn Rill of Complaint filed In theaboVe Ii'lorida,5who. on .pri IT, ni. mad.
.. then In some newspaper pub. of a shall be Impris -place entitled cause that the respondents HomestcVd Entry 0848. 8WU
Io"e. control chid. businessof this
corporation"shall be In '
In the county.' to days in the hereinbelow named are persons of Section 14, Township ., Rang 14
l.hed on.4 ec.ed the Cltr' of Narcoosnee county of Os whose residence and age are un- B., Tallahassee has filed no
In such elections
electors
1. The county jail: that the nrfe for M.rldlan.
IM MM Mill MM MM II I I- state of but the '
r and that relief I.
Florida known sought In the
must be registered a* providedIn any first offense may, upon paymentof board of :: fl.Cl ::
dlrecto. establish said suit against them It 1* therefore to
the general law for registrationfor be collected
costs, suspended and .not :rf \r
Branch offices at .
Legal.Advertisements special election. and they shall until the same person Is convictedof other places from ord..r.d that Tom B. Andrews., S. 8. ,before Clerk t
-
time to time be desired.
as may Booth Benjamin Elliott Hammer Ten. t Klsslmmee I ,' Florida, the "
for and
have the same qualification a second offense; Provided further, I 1
I' prerequisites to voting a. prescribed ,that after the expiration of three days Artcle'. The period of this corpor nle P. Hammer Benjamin E. Hammer, 16th day of March 117.
J in be perpetual Blair Burwell Jr., Blair Burrell, Jr., Claimant name as witnesses!
held under the general from the time notice Is served by the
I .I.cton. Article 4. The nature of _
general the
Carr Co.
Vaughn Vaughn, J. Owens of
.
Atendancs Officer each and every day R Lko.e.Fla
; business of this corporation shall be Samuel T. ..
Sea 4. The election shall be held a guardian, or other pH.on.hal Carr. Carr Fanny J. Carr. Fertlo of Fla. "
I I'I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I i and conducted In the manner prescribed par.nti and .unlawfully- keep 10: purchase, hold. sell Improve am] Charles -Qodolphln Bennett William Noah Smith of Lokosee, Fla

by law for general elections fuly children from school or lease real estate and mortgage ant en.cumbcr Henry Bennett,,William H. Hollll. and R B. Willis of Lokosee. Via.HOUT .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONDepartsaest holdln" -In this the *same and to erect, the following trustees under the will W,
except Act. alow 'It or them to remain out of school DAVIE
for and maintain,
age care extend and '
of Hamilton .
Dlsston. deceased Henry 7-St ,
and all such election shall be 'heldwithin a separate and '
.h.1 connlut. ofen.e alter .building thereon. To cond
-
-* Dlsston Edmund F. Stack
as suchtrustee
the of the to
from filing '
tb person
ef JalerlerV days
.1.11 penal- general brokerage agency and commission and th other
persons TbR. MOTICIO
ties above described tolowln. AIUINI.TR
.
.
business for others in the 1'
purchase "Sandlln
.. Land Ofsie* at aal.evtll, Fla. Sec. C. .Inspectors at election shall. See. 14. The County Board ot Public Bale and management of real *sate -. Elaabetb F 8lLL RIAL IIT"TI
Feb. 1*. 1S1T be appointed and qualified as In casesof Instruction of any county wherein any for others negotiation of Knowle.' wife 8aQ41n. Knowle.. et J
.
g.ner.1 and they ahallcanvass district of th has adopted -thecompulsory onns'thereon tnp"chh. C.srt C. : State
.Ieton.and make returns county ; and sell for be and they .10 hereby required to be '
L4 Notice I. hereby given that Casper L. dl. school attendance provision others personal stock l>ond* and appear the of Complaint I
of the same to the Boardof Bil
County of his Act. shall have the and and to
Florida who. powerto note. nfgotl.t. loans thereon filed In the ald In the court
'"t Heath April 11 of, 1(10.Loughman made Homestead, Entry on The Publo' Instruction Board of .without Public In.truo.ton delay.. appoint and fix the compensation of ; . others; to act aforesaid on or before Monday the 2nd In F Estate ef Walter Bass Sr, De.eec4.Os..ei *>- '

for NWH of NWli. Section an Attendance Officer or Offc.r., and as trustee In deed of trust or mortgage day of Apri. A. D. 1>17,. oth.rwl.e the C..r. '
shall the returns and de- .
No 0661. canvas remove the samE at will. -
on real or personal property or evdence aid
4. 16 8. Range 27 B.. Tallahassee the the any Complaint In due
Meridian. ha. filed nolle oJ Intention r..ul and cause same tube ance Officer man be appointed for one of value to secure them and to course of law b* taken confessed Notice 1. hereby given to all whom Itmay ,'
to make Five-year Proof. to establish r.cord.d.In the far as law applicable as school or for a number of schools Board in act-as agents for let tn" h.u.e.lands, against the said re.pond.nt.. It I I. concern, that Henry. Bass, & I
claim to the land above described provided .ener.1 concerningelections the discretion of the County of and the collection the further ordered ord.r published Administrator of the estate of WalterBass. I
before CI.rk Circuit Court at KI..lmme. Publlo In.trlcton. and may be supervisor payment of taxes. To do a timberlandand one a week for eight. consecutive 8r., Deceased, wil. on the trd
.. on' the 10th day ofMarch, Sec. (. 'The ballot used In such elections of a school or an, general lumber'.business all of week In the Klsalmmee Valley day of March A. D. apply to the '
: 17. F191d& shall be plain white paper and suitable person who will discharge th the branches* therctof; to purchase Gazette a weekly newspaper publishedand Honorable T. .. Murphy County Judge ,'. )
Claimant name. a. witnesses: printed there "For Compulsory School duties of the position, sfnd the County ease, opton. locate, or otherwise ar_ of general circulation In the city In and for said county, at his office In 'I
H. O. Hancock of Loughman Florida. Atend.nc.. and "Against Compulsory Board may assign. .. Attendance Officer quire. ., sell or otherwisedispose of Klsalmmee. county of O.c.ol..nd Klsslmmee In said county, at 10 o'clocka. ;
8. K. Fields, of Loughman Florida. .,. so arranged that such other duties as may be deemed of pledge, mortgage, hypothecate State of Florida Witness the Honor-' m.. or aa soon thereafter a* the matter ..
Peter Daley. of Florida. the voter .may express his choice as In advisable.- and deal In lands, timber la"d. able'James W. Perkins a* Judge of can b* heard for authority to .
Jo.eph Swalne Lughan. ..Flor- the Australian1 I ballot b making Bee IF. It shall be tne duty of every real estate, water and water aid and my name a* Clerk at public private sale, for the pur-
Lu'bmal I cross mark to the left :one or the Attendance Officer to take an accurate and t* work explore, operate and develop Court the seal of said Circuit nose of r.tormln" a former d.e mad
W.. ROBT. W. DAVIS Register. other of the two lines. census of every child between the ages the same; to .r.e. build, repall. Court at Klsslmmee, Osceola County, by sal tolowlo. de..crlbe .
; B.e T. Should tbr.-fth. of the of six and twenty-one years In- his district maintain, purchase Florida on thl..tbe 1st day of February . real estate cOlnty. to*
legally cast eeto In the month of June in each and quire, own. exchange, .. or otherwise wi '
> A
..t ALL,FOR"WHITB PRIMARY. ELECTION be "For Compulsory School very year on blank dispose saw .11 saw mill lt7'Z.. I*' undivided one-half Interact hiv
ance.. then the compulsory school at llate Superintendent of up'Id.lr sites to of mil. dispose As Clerk Clrclit OVBRsREE. >' of SBK Section II ,Township

t.ndano law hereinafterprescribed lon. He shall m.ke .f the earn- or any right therein 0 (Circuit Court Bal Is Rang 30 East.r .
.hal In fore In such territory for eglbl copies of wn, ,JOHNSTON the following lands altoat., In '
The city executive committe of. the y.ar. .. tb.rfer until shall give tIm name, sex, roil birth : "'dt"I.drana of I "lum A* Counsel for ''nnt''T-lt aid county: EH of RWj of BKH and)
whit man' party and election I 1f compliance I the name' of the parent or g-uardlan. her" .. plou"t. '_ SB* of 8KK said Section SI. for the
formulated the following, call .for a with the f-j.-etcomx pr"I.I.n.' with the postoffic of every child and ogs and d.- In Circuit Cour for the Seventh Jodloial purpose of satisfying a sxe.' '4euted
"whit* man's primary .m three-*fth* or more of the.vote* any additional Information demanded.One scription->- acquire and deal with Stat .Florida by B. D. Libby, .t mor., alter
Th. city _out.. committee of the b cast AgaInst CompulsoryBcfoeol 'copyof this ceTisus shall be filed water and' water rights toown.. han- la an4; for Q .. In Ch_. Ba... Sr. on Irc Mh 1901.
white man's tn the city ofi.immee AU.ndaaa. then school attend with the State Superintendent of Pub dIe and control letter patent and isventionsand F.'A 8trolp and R D. Frank- Which b. be
( py and provide for ance' oompulaory In saul ne In.tructon. on. copy with shares of ft* own capita for pllnaDI v. Tom B upon the petition for such _I ;
holding a "whit man's" primary *lectlon. errltery until otherwise determine Cunt of Public tock that of other corporation Anerew. r..pon.nt Quiet file In said COII
.to be held la the city of Klsslmr by an election .held In punnc oftnlsvAct.Provided In.tructon by the art day of July and to "ot any tock owned by It Od.r of publ .Toall Dated Inc ., A. D. lOlL''

r, in co.pu.no with tb. laws of that _. every ".ar one copyftaU' same a parson might dot t whn erD appearing tom i I JIBNRT.T. BASS

e,;alat* .nor..said primal : I iyttos ..held la a ,wfeofcr -'J be r..ere for his, own us*, and isaue,. bond. notes, debentures' : the ..or Bil* Complaint tied I. .'-1 t'?"' 1; Admlatstratolt

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TWELVE THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917Society

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0f0 4f004tOf 000+0 It. It IOIOIUISIOt It*H-O -- 1 ...00.0000000 O: O, OO".OO "O a0oooo0. Abbie' Harris; secretary, Miss Gussie
i Winn; treasurer Miss Lcnoro Van
CANNON-CLIFFdRD 0 WOMAN'S PROHIBITION t- Duzer; press correspondent, Mils Elsie .
Notes JJ Give I 0 0 .. LEAGUE IS ORGANIZED 0 McCoskey, ;
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CMra. E. E. Well., Editor.) Miss Mae Belle Cannon, daughter of church and will have for its ''motto, -P": "

Flowers \ Mr.. and Mrs. B. W. Cannon, was mar A local organizaton of the Woman' "Information, Inspiration and Conse- i

Request U mad to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend items ried to Paul Charles Clifford, of effected Prohibition here League Friday of afternoon America'which was cration.The next' meeting'I wiK: be held at the r

Georgetown, S. C., at high noon will be'a part of the great, national horns of M>*. May and the study of-ihe \
; *f Society Event to the Editor for publication in these colum For Alt Occasions. Wednesday in the presence of only organization with headquarters at mission work of South America will

'I .O""I"'O'O.o.i Immediate relatives., Richmond, Va. This action was takenat be begun. ______ \
? .. . . . . . . . .010. . . .O'O"'O' The wedding was a quiet home affair a meeting held at the home of Mrs. COLLEGE '
taking place in the living room Sanford May, when the national field, PROGRAM FOR COLUMBIA
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.l.. ..t..o.ooooo.oooootoi.1 Mills the florist of the Cannon residence on Emmette secretary,,Jells Lillie Woodruff, was '
k -: : OUT-OF-TOWN TALENT EN.. g, street which wa fragrant with or present and spoke for some time on in '
,r 'WOODALL-LAWSON 0 JOYED ATWOMAN'S CLUB Os ange blossom and white carnations.Rev. her work. Miss Woodruff not only A splendid program was given
' INC. a but is the interests of Columbia College at
S It. G. Cauthcn a former pastor possesses strong personality,
ottotOOOOOtOOOtOO'ooOt a bride's at an eloquent speaker and she held the the Baptist church Friday evening under
of the :family, Georgetown, '
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undivided the auspices -of the Ladies M s- "
A pretty home wedding was solemnized now Darlington, S. C., wa present ' attention of the audience
at the LawBon residence on Through the courtesy of visitor in 36 W, Fortyth St.., and pronounced the solemn words while she talked of the great work sionary Society. The program wm
i Lake street Wednesday at 1 o'clock, the city, a beautiful musical program that made them husband and wife. being wrought, and laid plans for varied and comprehensive and held .
when MilS Efflce Clifford Lawson be was rendered at the, regular> meetingof JA, JACKSONVILLE FLA. The bride was gowned In a hand.' what should yet be accomplished. She the interest of the large crowd in. attendance .-I, '
came the bride' of James Monroe the Kissimmee Woman's Club some gay gabardine coat, suit worn uoputvjj! 'eqi U.M tpno ul| pauiaai throughout the 'evenln,. The -
Woodall. Tuesday afternoon, which was listenedto with a pink crepe de chine waist.I and requested Prosecuting Attorney numbers-were as follows: .
t The lower floor of the home was with pleasure and appreciation by ---= = Gray shoes, gloves, handbag and. 'V. Crawford to explain some of the Hymn-Choir, ::1...._ 4
Used en suite and elaborately Jecoratx a large audience! .. Those taking!: part ated with cherries, and punch, was. in close-fitting gray hat with white veil difficulties which stand (Irt the way of Prayer-Mrs. N. C. Bryan, chairre. '
''l ed with a green and white color weteiideed artists and showed .care harmony with the occasion. completed the costume.Mr. enforcing some of the legislations man of the Personal Service Commit- )
scheme carried out in bamboo green.n ful study and thoughtful interpretation. A pretty feature of the evening was .and Mr*. Clifford left on the which now exist. tee.Scripture "
ery, orange' blossoms and'white V the giant cherry pie, decorated with afternoon train ,for a trip to Tampa, Miss Woodruff in' Introducing At. Reading-Mrs. A., J. Barclay ) i iif l
streamers, and lilies. Especially pretty Intere&Ing readings alternated I red ribbons, cherries and hatchets. Key West and Miami. They will spend torney"Crawford, said: "I take pleasure president. "i
was' the open etalrway, twined with these numbers and readings by The guests were invited to try their some time in Jacksonville) before returning In' introducing n man who needsno Hymn-Choir. ."! '
where the banister was wound ,round little Miss Hornsby added a spice. of l luck with the pie, the boys choosing to their home in Georgetown.The introduction to the people of this Short Historical Sketch of the College .
( with bamboo branches and white ribbon humor. The program follows: hatchets and the girl the cherries. bride is the beautiful and accomplished state'; first, because he is the son of -C. A. Carson. ,
', In the living room An arch was Piano number, Miss Amy Salmon. Upon drawing the ribbons, the crust daughter of Mr. and Mrs.B. his father; and second, because he is Solo-Give of Thy Best to the Master .
arranged of the delicate: tracery of Song-In An Old-Fashioned TownW. was lifted dsiclomng not the tradition W. Cannon, who have recently mov himself, the son of all Florida." The -Mrs. Herold! Smedall.
festooned with white. Here I' ( H., Squire), Mis*,Josephine Ham' ary plum, but funny little favors. ed to Kissimmee from Georgetown to sentiment'' was heartily applauded by Talk-Facts About Columbia-Miss
4 tgreenridand) party were met by Rev. H. ilton. .-,, Enjoying this pleasant little, event be near Mr. Cannon's extensive tur those present. Anne Carson and Mrs. E. L. Lupfer,

,. ,C. Summers, who pronounced the aol Reading-An original article on were Misses Louise Clark Marie Hud-: pentine interest Though she ,has Mr.,Crawford said he was.in'sym Jr. i
music, Mr*. James M. Willson Jr. pathy with the movement and would :I'alkII-Day( ) at the College. ,
emn ceremony, using the impressive dleston, Laura,Thomas, Abbie Harris, been here but ax w weeks, the has
ring service.' Song-Far Off I Hear a .Lover's Lois Johnson, Manic Witherspoon, mad many warm friends in the.com support any power that would grapple (Impressions) of ColumbiaMrs.Elizabeth -,,
In the party were the bridesmaid, Flute (Cadmai), Miss Edith Shear. Elsie Dietz, Edna 'Calkins, Frances munity.The with the,liquor traffic. He carefully Waring.. ,
.) Miss Edyth Stewart, of Sanford, who ouse. Encore, Nothln But Love.' Tress Myrtilla F.-Beals, Mary Tiller, groom is the son of Mr. and explained the strength as well as the Hymn-Choir. '
.. first descended the stairs, her. reseda Reading-'Bird Notes and Musical Carrie Cannon, Joe'and Dot Makinaon.Prof.R.M.Evan.Sheldon M,.... R. J. Clifford, and is connected weakness of the present laws !govern Financial Appeal-Mr*. P. K. .
", green crepede: chine gown in exquisite Scales, Miss Elizabeth Aultman. John with the-Atlantic Coast Lumber Company ing the sale of liquor.. In'speaking. of ,Weaver.,, : f'" "'"
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,' harmony with'the-'dei-orationa and SonR-Little ?PJng' =IlogCarrfe( son Lr D:Geiger" 'larold'Herzb: rg, *'With"Of flee* at New Yore:,-P 'Vo\ needed-legislation*he"paid 'a- warm Offering. 1
4 ., her,arm bouquet. of pink carnationsadding Jacob Bond), Mrs. Edgar Olliver. En- SamPrather, Henry Singletary, delphia. and Norfolk,'Va., of which tribute to the efforts of Representative Closing Prayer-C. A. Carson. '1'
a touch "of color She wars fnetat ore.D:: n'C"YolI'Mind-1he: Sorrews.-- Vern WiUon, .Walter Bass, Murray: company hit father I* president. "n N'E* Bryan recommending' the : 1
the foot of the stairs by'the best Song-His Lullaby (Carrie Jacob Overstreet, Charlie Rogero. Assist The popularity,of the young peopleIn work he has'accomplished; in highest SOCIAL ;ANNNOUNCEMENTS (l I"", Q
man, W. A. Smith, and they crossed Bond. ); Miss Hamilton. ing the hostesses were Mrs. D. R. their home town was attested'''by terms. -
sir the room to the arch. Then came the Reading Orphan Annie (Riley), Blennis, Mrs. Eugene,Bryan, Miss Mil the number of beautiful 'and costly At the close of the meeting a local Friday" afternoon; ; -Talent Tea at t.
t,1 bride wearing a handsome costume of Marion Hornsby. Encore-Arthusa'a dred Turville and Marion Porter. gifts received by them. The exquisite Let-rue was organized, when the fol the Bungalow. Mesdames W. C. Bass l'
blue georgette elaborately beaded Torment. cutglass. ,the dainty linens, the solid lowing officers were named: Presi H. C. Summers, W, B. Harris' and ole
,\' with old rose, gold and green. A white Song-Rose in the Bud (Dorothy <**+++>4444++44+44++*+t++ silver, all bring their message of "*. dent, Mrs. Sanford May; vice preil- Mrs. Gilbert, hostess.' r
turban bat and white shoes completedthe Foster), Miss Shearouse.' 0 teem from distant friends. Especially dent, Mrs. Milton Pledger. ; recording Saturday afternoon-The newly or- :
costume. She carried an arm bouquet During the business session of the 0 OPEN HOUSE AT GRAYSTONE beautiful was a solid mahoganv; secretary, Mrs. Fred Gilbert; corresponding ganied Camp Fire Girls meet at the '
of white carnations with a show club, a vote was taken, endorsing Dr. 0 0 French clock, a gift from Mr. aid secretary, Mrs. Harry Dale; home of Gladys 'Griffin.
er of white ribbons and orange blow. Porter as state board of health officer "O.OOOOOOOOOOOO'OOOOOOtooTlte Mrs. A. J. Saxe, of Georgetown. Mr. treasurer, Mrs, Frank Bass. Monday afternoon-Entre Nous, ,
t ''aom*. and urging his continuance in that of Saxe is a director of the A. C. L. Co. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, hostess. i
I At the stairs she was met by the fice. new management of.the Gray- Matching this is a pair of hand OOOO.t OOtOO tttOOOOOOO.. Evening-Kissimmee Music Qlub at .1
groom and together they joined the A request was made that all Inter- stone; Hotel kept "open house" Thurs- some candlesticks in mahogany and 0 0 the Hart Memorial Building. <
party at the arch.Following ested, as well as club members, pro day evening from 9 to 12 o'clock, entertaining cutglass from Mr. and ,Mrs. W. B, ST. JOHN'S GUILD MEETING 0 Tuesday evening-Reception for ',t'
vide for number of '' a host of friends. 0 winter visitors at the Hart Memorial t,
the ceremony, when congratulation clothing a needy I Montgomery. Mr, Montgomery 1 Is a 0 ,'
children in of the rural districtsin The spacious rooms were with 40444. building. 1
and best wishes wereshowered some gay traveling salesman for the company.A .O OOO OO..OOOOO. ,..
this quantities of flag and yards of bunting Dance at the Graystone.. '.
upon the young people, vicinity. Partly worn clothes solid silver monogram vase from Thursday-
r Misses Blanche Lawson and Myrtle would be acceptable. These could be in keeping with the date, the anniversary United States Senator Samuel Colt, The St. 'Guild of the Episco 'Hotel, Admission for gentlemen, J..> J,
i Collier served refreshing punch in the left at the Rest Room and Miss Al- I of Washington's Birthday. of Rhode Island, was very beautiful. pal church will meet with' Mrs. L. II. ladies free. ,
dining room. '- bina Smith, county agent for the i The evening was quite informal, A pair of enameled brass candlesticks Kirkby at the Graystone Hotel, Tues
Mr. and Mrs, Woodall left on the Home Extension Work, would distribute many of the guests enjoying dancing, in an antique design, was a gift day March 6, at 3 o'clock. All ladiesof SAD DEATH OF MRS. BARNES
<," afternoon train for Tampa for a short them where they are needed. while others chatted or played" Five from Rev and Mrs. H. G. Cauthen the church are cordially invited to .
,r wedding trip and expect to return I Endorsing the movement for better Hundred. : Darlington, S. C.. be present. '
Mrs. Elizabeth Sarah Barnes died ,,,
,In
the dining room, Misses Joe and
picture films, which has had the
Sunday. sup A pair of dainty Tiffany .
monogram ,
at her home at 601 Emmette street
r .. Mrs. Woodall is'the daughter of F, port of the club for some time, arrangements out Dot the Makinson served. punch through.. vases in solid silver were accompanied S. C. CLASS HIKE 'TO WOODS Thursday afternoon at 1:45: o'clock rafter
y H. Lawson and has lived most of her' were made for the member evening.About by the cards of Mr. and Mrs. T. a lingering illness She is the
life In Kissimmee. She Is a graduate sattendihg a production of "TheCrisis" one hundred were In attend A. Burch. Mr. Burch is connected .
y Miss Elsie and mother of Mrs. C. W: Dann, Mrs. J. R.
McCloskey
from the schools here and waa one of at the Casino Tuesday evenIng ance. with the Robinson Oil Company of Sunday
Graves and H. J. Barnes. She is a
school class of the church '
n'a Christian "
meet in,the parlors of the Grays
: the grade teachers for several Baltimore.Mr. .
years. Kissintmee and is .
resident
Her stone and in a body, showing their OOOOOOOO"OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. will go on a hike to Pinedule Friday pioneer ? *,.
charming personality, a* well go and Mrs. Carberry presentedthe known :rw. f1
lovingly a "Mamipy
afternoon and ,
lunch throughout
; as her beauty, ha* won her a wide appreciation of Manager Bears ,efforts 0 + young people with a handsome enjoy a picnic in the community. t, '
circle of friends here; who wish her in a practical manner. ENTRE NOUS' carving set. Mrs. Carberry is a''director the woods. In the party will be: The funeral services will be held at
. happiness. Mrs. James M.,Willson. Jr., presi- 0 1 in the lumber ., Madge and Eunice Rivers, Lettie -
every 01 company her home at 2:30: this afternoon and
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f dent of the club presided the O.,000 Kntz, May
Mr. Woodall I is a young business ; over Mrs. R. J.. Clifford, mother of the
the remains' will be laid to rest in
,... man, being connected with the police meeting, with Miss Anne Carson, sec] Mrs. A. W. Bailey entertained the groom, of Georgetown, S. C., and Rev, Hicks Winn and Jane Clara May,Bell Vivian Yates.Floyd,. Hazel Rose Hill cemetery.Mrs. '.
retary. :'
department of Kissimmee. He i. ,a H. G. Cauthen of Darlington S. C.,
talented musician_, and has been a Entre Nous Club very charmingly were out-of-town guests attending the E. R. Snodgrass and Mrs. A.
Monday afternoon at her
i member of the Kissimmee band for i .. .00000'0000tOoooooooooo. pretty home wedding. ,WILLING WORKERS ORGANIZED Ebmonds, who are winter guests from
several! years. His genial manner and' : on M/ibbette street. The guests spent Hartwick, N. Y.. entertained at dinner
sterling worth have made him very SENIORS ENTERTAINED the afternoon quite industriously with OtttttOOt'OOO. 'OOOO" ..O The Willing Workers Society was Thursday guests from New York, '
popular in the city. : 0 basket work or dainty sewing, and a organized at a recent meeting at the New Jersey and St. Cloud. In the panty ',
"000 0,00..0000 OOOOO..OO delicious salad course wa served with SOCIETY ""
The young people were the recipients PENNSYLVANIA home fo Mrs. Sanford,, May on Emmette were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams, It"
of numbers of beautiful presents, iced tea. Those enjoying this event 0MEETS." S040064840440 street, when the'follwoing officer Mr. and Mrs. James A. Loughlin, Mr*. ,
of ailvenrare, decorated china, dainty Miss Amy Makinson entertained the were: Mrs. A. W. Bailey, Mrs. :J. Z. + were named: President, Miss B. Daily Mr. and Mrs. John Green and W I
W linens and pretty needlework. One seniors, the faculty!; and a number of Roberson, Mrs. Charles Persons, Mrs. !0.4440cv4+:l00 Margaret Stanford; ,vice president, Master itobert Green. '
specially pretty piece was the reading friends Friday evening at the hand M. Katz, Mrs. C. N. Paver, Mrs H. W. ,
lamp with an art shade in green some Makinson home on Lake street, Morrow, Mrs. Lesher, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. The Pennsylvania So...-ty: held its .J
a and yellow tones, which was a present with a Washington's Birthday party.In L. H. Ingram, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, fortnightly meeting in: the Hart Me-
I mom the Kissimmee Band. The King'sDaughters keeping with the dnte, the rooms Mrs. J. D. Jeffords; morial on the evening; of the 2nd.the ';;
class of the Methodist were attractive with streamers of 'red,: Mrs., Overstreet will,,entertain the anniversary of the birth of the illustrious
'Sunday school, of which the bride is a I white and blue, and with countless next meeting. Washington.A .
member, presenter her with a hand tiny flags, with tho exception of the portion of the time was spent in
'ome cake basket. reception room, where the class colors, ..o-o GOO 0 OO" mutual introductions and acquaint- StateBankof

Those attending the wedding' were green and white, were used. o anceship.In .
the relatives of both families Rev. I The guests made merry with games 0 SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 4 ., addition to the usual opening and
Summers, the bride's pastor, who per and contests, alternating with infor 0 PULLS TAFFY closing songs, those present were "" "I
mal musical numbers. Some laugh- o agreeably entertained by a number of '
formed the ceremony; Rev. Falls, the ...O Kissimmee :
groom's ,pastor; the...city officials and able results followed the attempt to OOO. patriotic and classical selections on e
their families, the band and their families draw the portrait of Washington, and the Victrola, kindly loaned by DeWitt
Miss Francis Trees received coat Miss Lola Lawler's Sunday school Brown, and for which the society extended
the King's Daughters class and a .,
a few friends. hanger as a prize for the most artis- class of the Methodist church gave a a vote of thanks before 'adjourning. The of the world'':

Mr. and Mrs. Woodall will be at tic production, and Charlie Rogerowas "taffy pulling" at the Bungalow Sat- Mrs. Craig 'of Brooksville eyes
home to their friends after February awarded a box of stationery. urday evening, entertaining about pleased with selections on the piano.
Miss,Manie Wither Henry There were appropriate addresses by
8th at the Lawson residence.
Upon their arrival the guests were .Singletary received eonrolations.Then twenty of their friends In additionto Dr. Witherspoon, Capt. S.- A. Craigof the man''Who'
met by F, H. Lawson and by his niece, followed a poem writing stunt ', Miss 'Bessie, Lawson, who presented with Washington as the title when punch and wafers were served. Dayton, Pa., and others Mrs. J. E. '.'
'each one with a'favor, a spray of orange Prof., Evans received a knife as a The jolly crowd played games and Lupfer and MJss Leanore Van Duzor
'blo aoma.I prize, and Miss Abbie Harris secured enjoyed informal musical numbers brought encores withrecitations and
..' a U. S. pennant. Miss Lois Johnson throughout the evening.Rev. character. renderings. '
: ... PIloo Cured In 6 to 14 Day. and L. D. Geiger were given consola- and Mrs. H. C. Summers 'and The next meeting will be held on
"'*To.r dninlit will nfnnd money If PAW tions.; Miss Lawler chaperoned the party. next,Thursday evening March 8th, in SAVESPAUSE
I I'; ''OINTMENT!: I.CI" to mr anrco* of itching, A delicious salad course, ice creamIn r the same room. It is expected that H'

11.Jlllad.aleedl..orProt..ID..PlIHID6tol.cIaYII..kilt ppUc tion Sim JSu nnd..c.u sea pink and white blocks, cakes decor- '"He" must be a mechanical man. Lieut. S. J. Entrikln the companion at
; different times of Peary and of Cookin .
their Arctic explorations, will be .
, present and give some of his personal ... ,
experiences in these voyages in the
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business meeting on March 9, a years .
Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, In h-r horn on
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.. 'j. , ., will be held at 3:15 o'clock p. m., with. Look about you- tie men of affair in country, state, D.tiOD- I
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Mrs. J.Main L. Overstreet street in her homo'onNorth yes, *o the world.are too men who started to fate early in llile. a.. t

", I;' Discussion of current event will confidence : t. .
bare the .d! of
They the '
respect community. :Ti'
be led by Mrs. M. E. Waring and Mrs. .
JL L. Overstreet A review of the 4
Like the taste of E olives, i i. an acquired habit. Once acquired, it is e'aa- current issue of the federation magazine Then took. ,on the other! side-at the fellow who spend aU they
m will be given by the president, make-they nay have a food time for a while, but what doe. theirpertonah'rj .
H s ily carried on and brings conten'tment-laEet for your old. age andS : Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer. reflect? ',
,I The club ha not attempted great .':
happiness. things'this year but some laubale A dollar -or so deposited in this bank will be tho
work has been done and the member
Try it. Start now. This bank pays four per cent. on your ,iSaV" .,. who attend regularly are becoming nucleus, of an honorable, independent ,career.
I ' 'more informed, hence naturally inter Make'' ,your beginning BO*-today. Your' bankbook .'"
a, ing Deposit "I'' ,', ested )In federation work.A win pave tie way. ..
,+ ; '"" full attendance is, urged for this ,
at a. i' ., .,'1", ,7 I meeting. On the second Fridays of Capital: stock ---------...---;--- -___ -;___ $1oo,ooo.oo R.. fI

\ "}, each: month, the meetings are confinedto Resource,* ever ___.. _____ ____________ _:.. 400,000.00 I II',
: 'Ii', : ; business and current events. These .' J,\ jOfficer 1.f!
."'" business meeting will be held in the and .Director*:' ;' .
homes for the remainder of the, club

....,... year. C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P. fi.
.n..CITIZENS ..
; On third 'Friday, a. literary-social "
BANK program l- held at the Hart Memorialbuilding. ROMA THOMAS, Cashier j

To and all' meetingsguests
.any N. C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON, M.KATZ
F/ most cordially invited.
,.. KISSIWHEE' 4. By order are of the president ,C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING E. L.. LESLEY

.r lOP lI MRS. J. EARL LUPFER, ,.' ] J. WADE TUCKER Directors. ,
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W. J. FRIPP Secretary '

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