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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 9, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00793
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,l'; ,HOSCEOLA AND EJSSIMMEEF1r ; I FOR TOUR NOME IIL.S' ..

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: KissiMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I WEEKLY VALLEY GAZETTE "

EVERY GOOD CITIZEN Florida's Greatest Weekly


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CHAIRMAN. MACH AND COMMISSIONER , I'' '
ACTION TAKEN MEANS ERADICA
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; A. F. BASS TO SELECT '
TION OF
CATTLE TICK AND,RE
LOCATIONS' OF PROPOSED DIPPING .
LEASE FROM FEDERAL .
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VATS Ws 4 ; 91M3 i
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,7' .Cattlemem and 'the Citizens Generally
This County Recocnixed at the Greatest
,.1 Realize Importance of Project and
1 Cattle Crow :r Section > Flor
| Lend Every Assistance to Brine1 It :.' ," ;' '
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. -Interstate Dippi>r< Means +
''to Successful Conclusion
Big Saving to Catdentesi: *'
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WHEREAS, the cattle men of
.. the county pay. a large percentage Dr. E. M, Nighbert, head of the

; of the taxes, and .w state tick eradication work, with head

WHEREAS, up' to the present y, V i quarters'Jacksonville, who'..ppe.red

t time they have not asked the. before, the commissioners Monday,
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' 1 County Commissioners for any I expressed.himself, pleased'wlth the
andWHEREAS
Distance; _
action of the board and the following
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they realize that it I
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is very beneficial to the county to'g (interveiw to a representative)
';;..> t a quarantine pen established ' of the Gazette: "
''i no that cattle can be easily. shipped : Che active interest on' the part of

-,. ; and, the commissioners and cattlemen'and
WHEREAS, It Is only' a question
citizens ,generally in Osceola countyIn
of time until be '.
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forced to put In th..r.WlHlld. cattle tick ..eradlc.Uon'.nd .releano

.for tick eradication work; and from the federal 'quarantine restrictions

''t WIIEREAS, they believe it to Is timely.and proper and very
, ..:. be very advantageous have this I. pleasing to the government.! The KOVomment -
GRIFFJN#
STREET
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wprk done as quickly, as possible : J. J. has loner appreciated the fact
that Florida,, the KUstat-
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me, ..glon of the state should boa
have the advantage of for
same ;
", the coining ,.year Monday-morning;;' in answer to an invitation I Kissimmee's Historic Landmark I NECESSARY FOR TAXPAYERS great'breeding ground for hlghcla

.. THEREFORE'' IT RESOLVED extended by.Pat Johnston. I ft TO GET TOGETHER ON ROAD cattle-cattle of the-quality that will 1:
with the latter and other I attract the.ttentlonand .erv. the
.'fIr' company
!'t- xl }That I Infavor the of Board tick is eradication unanimously - representative citizens, 'he appeared Destroyed By Fire Last Sunday: MATTER ,IF ANYTHING DONE feeders of the Middle West and nearby
: bfeore the commissioners and for an "--- East at satisfactory prices to the
work and that A. F. Bass
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hour. explained the plan thoroughly Osceola growers.
It is apparent that If county -
and Chairman Ernest Mach be
.I." pointed a committee of: two ap to from every atandpotnt. The work of Old Brar.dou Opera House, Owned By W. B. Makinton,' It a is to keep pace with'other sectionsof "Tick fever and quarantine restrictions -
cattle tick eradication and release have been the barrier
' greatest
I the state in the matter ofJwitldJng"good
make selection of locations for the
(, said sixty: vats and to. proceed from federal quarantine is a most Im- Total Loft--Nearby Residences Badly Burned--Origin .. roads something h. 'got to be to'th.lwslneu, and cattlemen of

with the construction of same as portant .one, and is being recognizedin of Fire a Myttery.-Good Work of Firemen.. I done--and with as little delay,as pos, Florida have not fully realized the 'i
available funds will permit and all parts of the country to no uncertain sible. With the $250,000 bond issue situation until recent year when demands'have
,'" that'they. notify Dr. Nighbert; degree. Citing the advantage this -- !for district,No. 2 knocked out by the been made upon them
as I section' has, the speaker'urged immediate supreme! court recently and the lack from other states for stockerand:
as they ready to proceed witnessed'
soon are Kissimmee
thrillingscene 1 roof of the Makinson hardware '
action be store feeder cattle. There five '
t taken giving an approximate of funds for road work in district No. are
with the work and request him to .
"" send a man to take charge. cost of building vats, how Sunday morning' when the fireladdies'fought'forhours which was now smoking Another, hose 1, it is up to the people to provide ant factors always fri:
to be and informed ; was.attached and a cooling stream cattlemen under tick II
they are operated ::];. (it seemed) ways and mean to carry out the contemplated
,. \ _._.._. ". "I .,./ the board that the government has to'extinguish the conflagration which fell upon the concrete' cottage just 'improvements along this presence of the disease-tick fever ;
the: importance" to this long appreciated the fact: that the I north of the tire,-.whleh threatened to small per cent calf crop, death of
pr. started in the three-itory Makinson burst"in to'flames any minute. T. :J. line.Unless calves-small of '
of an interstate dipping Kissimmee negion'of the' state should this !,'done there will be no per cent., 'cows' of
vat be a great breeding ground for high. building next his hardware store on Burkhalter had moved into the house good roads, and the community: will breeding age settled in calf and Inability e
"., an offer of which was made a short class cattle, such-as will attract attention Broadway and spread to the adjoining' Just two days before and now with suffer materially Active steps shouldbe to safely, introduce dighclausires
time ago by Dr. E, M. Nighbert, head and serve the feeders of the other buildings. .'- his friend, was hurriedly carrying taken-the people get together' on for Improving the home stock.
'of the state tick eradication work the sections of the country at satisfactory About 2 o'clock the sleeping people his furniture across"the street to .a this important issue. It ''would not This condition in the main is directly
county commissioners have gone on prices to the grower: opportunity were awakened by a series of pistol place of safety. The.. neighboring be a bad idea for'meetings to be held chargeable to the tick and its depre.', '
record of favoring the proposition is a great one, and If taken advantageof shots and 'close upon .the heels of the concrete cottage", now vacant, was to suggest plans of proceedure, in dations. Organization the dipping
.; and will' do everything within their within the near future will mean many queries !"what was that?" smoking at every opening, and a order that a campaign for good roadsbe vat and co-operation-.will relieve the
:' power.to assist the, cattlemen of Os- much more to the community than i. came the terrifying siren, the one fringe of.tiny flames outlined the windows made and plans adopted which situation. The next step Is good sires;
ceola county in this' -laudable work. realized at this time.. blast telling all listeners that somewhere 'and doors; wherever'a. bit of would put the taxpayer l Ifi position seasonable and proper mating wean-
is due I I in the' business'' section of the wood was exposed burned merrily. Ing of calves and admission the
"i" This to a great extent to Pat Sixty Additional Vata Needed to know how to proceed: intelligentlyand of
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", ", Johnston who has been at work along As to the matter Gt the constructionand city property, was in danger. A Across Broadway' line of blaze in concert. At the last meetingof young stock to their own range' and
these lines for some time past, and .cost of the vats ,where they are glance' out of a window was not reas i marked the Aultman fence.The palmsin the county commissioners, a representative the'cattle business will'be completely
the committee of representative cat. to be placed, etc.? in order for Kissim. suring. The whole sky seemed ablaze the patking were circled with of the chamber of- commerce revolutionized, all to the advantage of
: tlemen who were appointed by the mee to be recognized as an interstate with light: great clouds of black flames and the telephone poles nearby suggested a calling of a countywidebond the owner and a credit to the Industry
board of trade at a recent nv+etin to shipping point this is a matter left to smoke boiled{ up from the burning resembled firerockets. Then the poles election for' good roads, but no which will attract attention of the
') make an investigation of the matteras the cattlemen themselves\ but Dr. building and eddied out of the zone burnd through dropping the wires to action was taken; It is evident, however cattle world to this state. ,
+.. outlined in a recent l Issue of the Ga. Nighbert called attention to the fact of light; long tongues of flame dartedip the ground and a"shout arose, "Look that'unless decisive steps are "The naural grazing here is quite $j
zette. All forces now being earnestlyat that vats could be built of cement and into the sky and broke into a shower out for live wires, warning the crowdof tatan in some manner, this county ample but breeding stock will account: 'I
'work there i is little room to doubt sand not .to cost more thin in the of sparks,. which were carried their''danger. The''wind' had been will have to take a back seat in 'road for themselves far better with supplemental
but within. .a reasonable period neighborhood of $60 each. In some !blocks away on the light night breeze; very slight up till now, but acurrentwas building and it is a most important feed during the inclement
Kissimmee can boast of an interstate sections vats are being constructed of while more terrifying than all else formed by the heat and carrieda matter which should be given immediate weather of winter
{; ... 'dipping vat, recognized by the govern- wood, but are not as satisfactory. was the continuous roar of the red sheet of flame between the two cottages and. serious consideration. ."The action of the county'commis-
** mont, meaning the saving of thou they might be. The construction is to: demon as it rapidly ate its( way into and out across Broadway endangering sioners in favoring' the work and arranging y
,." sands of dollars to the cattlemen here be under the supervision of state, inspectors the heart of the building' and menicedall the. N. B. Carson home and GOV. CATTS REMOVES; DUVAL for vat construction is high:
annually. and all aid possible will he adjoining property, actually starting' a fire on the .roof of ,ly commendable. Completion of the r
A committee representing the cat- tiven to have the work done in the Almost simultaneous with the'.alarm I the Baptist church. COUNTY SOLICITOR HOWELL work of tick eradication in Osceola

tle men of Osceola county, composedof most complete manner. At present, was the arrival of the fire department. I Then the force of the water beganto will,.quicken'.nd strengthen every
Pat Johnston, A. E. Whaley, there are seventeen dipping vats in The boys were surely some speed mar- tell, order began to reign; the ex TALLAHASSEE, Fla.. March 8.- business in this section. ':Ju.t.. soon
Charts Carson and Rull Bass, appeared Osceola county and it is thought that ",_'. that night, and it was none toosoon. citement abaited, and the people returned Governor Catta removed County Sol. .as plans are completed for a close cooperation -
before the board. Mr. Johnston sixty more will-be required, so to be .. to their homes. icitor L. D. Howell of,Duval county. ,'my department,will have a
/ stated that under the conditions at placed as will most serviceable.to ill LOs entiro.inorior! of the building The origin of the fire Is not known alleging neglect! of duty. man located here for the purpose of "
present it'is impossible to ship cat. cattlemen concerned Once Installed seemed to be in flames before it showed but is thought to have been caused by conducting the work along strict eco. S
., tie out of the state of Florida because government will maintain a number of I sufficiently to attract the attention tramps who ware taking advantage of o (. 0 000 .o..... ,O' .....O.tt 0 0 nomci and In .1,, business-like way.. '
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',,2 of the fact that they had to be held up inspectors to help din the, cattta' at "'f Night Marshal Floyd. Then the "cheap" lodgings offered.,by-the va- o --: 0 When the vats are completed and in y'
,'l"'iO;\! In Jacksonville for dipping and unless regular intervals. The cattlemen can delay of getting the call,, through central cant rooms.It ,i0 I 1 SOLDIER BOYS TO BE HOME operation interstate'''movements of
the board would assist the cattlemen then dip out their cattle for shipment I to the light plant was unusual. .is uncertain what the loss is as IO FROM BORDER WITHIN 0 cattle will be practically solved. Then
by., constructing vats they at their vat,-turn them back on the* Becoming desperate ran Into the the building is' almost thirty-three'' TEN DAYS. 0 the government.will apply '''the final" +
'eaL, would 1 b* greatly injured by not having range where the stock is at home and street and emptied his gun Into the years old, having been built in the. o 0 inspection and certification. here at
a market for their stock He fur will not go off condition during the air to waken the people and the alarm fall of 1884 by the Brandow-Brothers 1 1* Information has'been .received + Kissimmee. '
ther'stated that the Battle men at seven to twelve days intervening be. was taken up'.by the night agent at who were photographers and has 0 to the' effect' that the Second "This work throughout the state f is
.. .- their, meeting in Gainesville in January twee dippings and after the second the depot, Then pedestrians and cars been' known as the Brandow opera ,* Florida Infantry leaves Texas today 0 receiving the attention and activity of ,I
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parsed! a 'notation-i.nd. atopointd dipping can be loaded directly into began to arrive at the scene of the house and quite recently as the eld for home and ,it is expected leading cattlemen and citizens with a
,." a committee\ to draft a bill for tick disinfected cars and travel to IOnv part flames. opera house. For the past six or that the boys will arrive at view'of more adequate laws and ap ?
a '-eradication work in the state FloN of the United States as tick free cattle. I By. this time .the frame building eight years It has been the property'I O Black Point by the 14th. Here* propriations because cattle is one of ,
::- Ida. .That there was no question but The idea of the government is to I was One great blazing bonfire and the of W.; Makinson and used to house I0,they; will be encamped for several 0 the state's graatest assets 'and must
.r t that this bill would become law see that the serious disease splenetic j, people began carrying household the overflow stock from his hardware days before the work of demobilization 0 be relieved of the odium of harboring
,. -_ \ and when this was done the county fever in the cattle that it widely roods' from the Park' Hotel just across store and '''contained some $5,000 I+. is completed and it + disease and quarantine stricture. The ;r
e commissioners--would 'then have to prevalent in the state of Florida:-ii I.the street. A spark ignited the Ault- worth of stock the night of the fire, is very' likely' that Company B + fever tick is the. cause of the trouble
build vats and have the cattle in their completely eradicated and the only man residence, but was extinguished. which was also a total loss. o will arrive in Kissimmee on 'or 0 and Is easily eradicated for all times...: ;
several counties dipped. That in view practical method to overcome the con. by a bucket! brigade.. The concrete wall of the' hardware about the 18th. It' '. Well Pleased With deetmsi
of-this fact he had taken the matter dition. i* by the systematic use of dip. How ,the '.fire department worked! store nearest the, blaze-was damaged par soldier boys will receive a 0 During the afternoon Dr.'NJpbert '
.up with Dr. Nighbert, ',who Is in ping vats and in.that way the'state areat streams played incessantly into 9 most hearty welcome. The enter0 was taken to some of t large cattle
,.' charge of tKa': government tick eradication may be freed of ticks, enabling the the burning building and upon the (Continued on page 12.) O.talnment committee of the Board 0 ranges near the city, in company with
work in this,, state and Dr. people to enjoy the privileges an o of Trade is arranging for the re- 0 Pat Johnston and County Agent B. E., i
Nighbert made a concession Jin that he I apportunity to. improve and mraket : .I + ception and entertainment, the'* Evans, when the stock farms of Mr..
would give us quarantine shipping I cattle to the best advantage.. . o definite plans -not yet, having OO Johnston and Rull Bass ,were,visited.
); pen ...y struct and put in operation 75 dipping from members'of the board on any Board of Trade Meeting TonightThe'regular'meeting < that when the gallant guardsmen O ing well pleased; with conditions, and
vats in the county. At the present point upon which they) desjred to be arrive they will get a welcome 0 said that the pastures of this section
8 time we have only 17-odd, and we wish enlightened and this was taken advantage f o which will not be forgotten soon. 0 and the grazing advantages were second .
ii" the aid of the commhsioners to assistin of, with the result that all of the Kissimmee Board of Trade will be .Aside from the Board of. Trade, OO to none to- be found. Returning
building the 'remaining number; tad a most complete understanding of held this evening' at the Council' Chamber and a cordial invitation is the Chamber of Commerce will ,+ to Kissimmee Dr. Nighbert was) shown .'
I'f' that the cattle men desired these vats the matter under discussion. extended to everyone to be present especially is the membership urg-f'' *take1' steps along the same line 0 the many points of interest,' expressed:
ed to be on hand as matters of importance'will come for-coneld- 0 while citizens not Kis- 0 himself
put in at the earliest moment possible .Commissioners Take Action up onyof as being agreeably( surprised t
eration. The matter of entertaining the soldier boys will be one of '. 0 but of the the
80 that at the spring roundup theywould ,"The matter taken simmee surrounding at progress the city Is making and
f have'the) benefit of them. the was under consideration the.business features this coming' under the head of report ofthe country will vie with each: other* was entertained in delightful man* J
Appeared Before Board by: : commissioners'until, committee on entertainment. The meeting will.. be called to order. at .,in welcoming the lads home fl'9m.0O net until his departure for his.head--' .
7.-30 by:President Rom, .Thomas. their service on the border + quarters'Jacksonville he ,
,Br. Nighbert arrived in th. titjr' (Cpitkssed'; Oa Page E it) on ( even- ring
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'TWO '.. THE KISSIMMEE'VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1917 '


I C -.. SCHOOL BOARD IN MONTHLY KILL RATS;; MICH a .,,,; J
CITY COUNCIL IN INURSTlNGSSSION
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; i SESSION TRANSACTS BUSINESS lTD. AND COCKROACHES

i Wilson and Marshall InauguratedFor ALWATC van
BULKHEAD COMMITTEE REPORTS PROGRESS; The county school board met In STEARNS'ELECTRIC ''


NEW CITY JAIL TO BE BUILT AT ONCE Second Term at Washington regular, County session Superintendent Monday in C.'the E. officeof Yow- U.' I PASTE

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11' President Wilson took the oath of fide in public at 12:45 Monday ell,;all members being present. Much GKrr m.nt Buys) It

------- afternoon and delivered his inaugural address before a great routine business "was transacted, and. .oLD IWU'I'WIIUII-.aedpde.
crowd which packed the plaza at.the east front of the capitol in Wash :
of
and the board 'were
affairs
the gone
The'city fathers kept things "hummine' busy atone. laying out declaringthe ington. He finished speaking at 1:03: o'clock. J. W. THOMPSON,
for a period of four hours at streets along] the ,lake front, eo Vice-President Marshall had: been' inaugurated in .the senate over in a most thorough manner.
the regular] meeting held Tuesday that property owners could have a Chamber> shortly before. Among the important matt r. considered -
night, in fact,. they were so taken up more definite idea of the propositionas r With '
a new consecration to the nation, the President touching was a petition romV the patrons
with the many. important matters i far as their interests were con on the international crisis declared) there could be no turning back school asking for Funeral Director
6f the Bull. Creek
for consideration, that time J. Willson Jr. .
cerned. M.
a
coming up property-
from the
tragical eventj of the last thirty months, which have brought the calling' of an election to establisha
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along without its rapid flight be ] the lake front addressedthe
sped owner along ,
America
d upon a new responsibility in the world. The president affirmed special school tax district.It .
ing' noted. Much business was transacted body, asking that the streets be .ANDLICENSED'
this country must stand for peace, stability free peoples, national was also noted that in many of .
despite the faet that consider- declared before action be taken. '
,
: any equality in matters of right, that the must be free to all the school
seas the districts of the county .
able time was taken up with discussions When this is accomplished, it is believed
- and that the family of nations shall not not increased EMBALMER ;
will be ;
on the part of the members and that there will be little troublein derived from the support any government term for the present year -
consent of the the '
governed. materially, and some of ;
citizens appearing fore the board. getting the consent of all property-
' Sounding a solemn warning to the nation against any.faction or institutions will have seven and eight
,Another meeting its scheduled for the lake to Store and
t take ,owners' along front ac- intrigue to breakthe harmony or embarrass the spirit of the American months terms Instead of six. Chapel, Stewart Ass, 4
to
Monday night an important
matter presented byW up, I. Barber and quiesce.The building committee submitted people, the President called lor'an America "united in feeling, in . 1 'It..mm.' Fla. t
purpose and in its vision of of of "
many other taxpayers,'who are desirous plans'] 'for a new,city jail to be constructed At the conclusion of'his duty address, opportunity the President and led the service.inaugural LIQUOR MEN IN JACKSONVILLEHIT ;t.
. of a road across the head .of Lake the lot between the .
on mu- procession back to the white house, where it passed in-review before HARD BY "BONE DRY" LAW ;.
Tohopekaliga to St. Cloud. nicipal electric and water plant, and him. . W. B. Crawford Loo Jamil v

Mr. Barber the construction presented rough of bridge estimates the ice compan.y'8\ plant. This build. Inauguration day began under leaden clouds that threatened to The following report from Jacksonville CRAWFORD ft: .JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW T+.Jf:,
on a ing is to be one-story in height, builtof
spill rain or snow at any moment. A cold, raw wind whipped the shows that the "bone dry". meas- '
and informed the council that hehad brick 24x24, ana is estimated to .
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, rain-soaked decorations of the capital and swept the waterlogged ure has hit the liquor men there a' se- "
subscriptions from taxpayers amounting cost in the neighborhood of $1,100. g'randstallds'which have stood under drenching downpours for nearly vere blow, and t.ht'.xpress companyis Offices t 4 6 6, and 7 CitiaeneBai& .;
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which will) be raised
to
to
,' $2,000, The) figuro does not include the six a week. said to be considering the reductionof Building
13,000 to be used in this. work. Thatit cells, which' are to be installed. The i
Its force to a considerable extent: Kisslmmeo >
was a case where the people'were council authorized the committee to go bill Florida. t.
The of the "bone
signing dry"
trying tohand the city something for ahead with,the. work as, soon as possible WOODROW WILSON .IS 28TH HEAD OF THE NATION; EIGHTH by President Wilson will result in the "
nothing, and, the improvement asked after the ; "
; especially report of :
,would be a great benefit to the public Marshal Overstreet, which was to theeffect VIRGINIAN discharge of about fifty or sixty Company em DR. W. W. CARSON'',
of the Southern
I ployes '
in general. Commissioner A. F. Bass, that he "had'people to !incarcerate Express DENTIST \
of the county board,was also on hand, but had no place to put them." Eight Virginians-Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Wil- in Jacksonville! says W. K. '
i saying that in doing this, work the The report of officers were receivedfor litm Henry Harrison., Tyler, Taylor and Wilson-"-h.ave held the presi Halle., superintendent there for the Office 'over Pilley Building $
would hire the convicts company. An effort will be made to Omo Hours: I-11. 1Olrlo. -(
t couty at actual) the month, the one from" the'treasurer dency.Ohio
cost and would.assist in has given six sons to the presidency., Grant take care of as many of the employesof 'Phon 111 f..ldence'Phon.s>'f '
every manner showing that the balance of ity They were. Qaa Administered for Extraction .! '\"
possible to bring the project to a funds on hand at present are $9,236.- Hayes, Garfield,.Benjamin Harrison, McKinley, and Taft.; the company as possible. An effortis T..th ,'
final conclusion. Mr. Farmer, who 34. The recommendations of the fire The law has furnished most presidents.: Nineteen chief executives to be made to replace the whiskey
was unavoidably absent from themeeting department for 'of the United Stat.es.were..1a'W"en. .are. classified business with other lines.The.departmentof .
repalrs.to.the.truckoand as.'statesmen -
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Q. V.:KRIBB& 'WZ :
-'TUD
; had estimates to.ub..itrandfor other important matters along ; two as soldiers, two as farmers, one as a public official. the"l Jacksonville '. >. .
j) this reason the matter was postponed this line were accepted.B. Seventeen have been college men;' one was'graduated from West office- which has been handling the KRIBBS &: STEED
until a'meeting' Monday night. F. Ilarrell and: Judge A. F. Park. Point, nine had no college education. whiskey shipments will, be discontinued. ATTORNEYS AT LAW t
The matter of the bulkhead English paternal ancestry has predominated all the In'tbtt future the liquor dealersof '
bropght .1' reported to the council that their among: pros alt kinds
Jacksonville will not be able toshr' Legal business! of glvta ;t'
a up much discussion.' The regular names .had been stricken from the dents. Fifteen were of English extraction. Six were Scotch-Irish,
committee reported "progress," the registration lists, and that they were three Sctoch, two Dutch, one Welsh. : liquor into any of the dry states prompt attention.Of .
.'committee answered "ditto," and still citizens and asked'to. be restored, The )'01In .Prealdent at the.time: of his inauguration was in most of the states where liquor noes 11 and 11 Slate Bank Bide. u .

it was the consensus of opinion among' In order that.hey can take part in the Roosevelt, who'was 40. The oldest was William Henry Harrison. ,'who", ." Can be in sold, breweries 1 and distilleriesare Kissimmee! Florida,;, ...' .
the city colons that some definite city elections. After some discussion was 68. v operation. The shipping' of
steps should be taken at once. Lines this was done, it appearing that it John Adams lived to the oldest age, being' 90 when he died. liquor from this state is now practically t

of action were proposed, with the result -I was through error that the names Woodrow Wilson is the 28th'' president, reckoning Cleveland's impossible.. The express company T. M. RIVERS. M.D.k: ,
] that the city engineer is to get',were taken off. two tarmfl BB .*enarnt. ones because he was the only. President _allrv_ will tontinue to handle it within ;
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ing twice who was not .re-elected. the borders of Florida.] PHYSICIAN and SURGEON' : / t
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I Several] of the mail order houses are
DEATH OF,MRS.\JULIA A. are already on the ground, and it is also discharging many of their em Office over Osceola Pharmacy V t tL

WILSON AT FORT MEADE I expected that thirteen additional car- .rwww.w..n ployes because of the injury to their ''Fhon Realdeno ItOfTIc )L :,.
, loads of brick will arrive within the business. Officials of the Southern 1...

S "' }.frJ. Julia A. Wilson, aged 59 years, next few days. GALLANT FIRE IADDIES COMPLIMENTED Express Company at Jacksonville ;t
.' died at her home here Monday evenIng Mr. Johnston speaks interestinglyof have announced that the company intends J. A. TROVILLION, M.\ D.
at 7:30: after an illness of two his trip. The plant of the Georgia ; to live up to the very letter of Special Attention to .. {,
months. The funeral was held Tues Engineering Company is located at BY CITY DADS fOR THEIR (GOOD; WORK the law and will not attempt to trans CANCER, GOITRE TUMORS and d

day afternoon, cervices being' conduct- Harlem, and has capacity of 40,000 1 I port any liquor into dry states. DISEASES OF THE SKIN. ,', I k
ti oed by ,Rev. E. F. Ley, and'the body brick a day.I It is not the intention of -- Orlando Office-Boardman Building, i
,r was buried in Evergreen cemetery. the company to have a very large ''Fire Insurance. See A, E. Dro l'ht.1 8 t .U a, m. r. ;
1 5. Mrs. Wilson was born at Enterprise, daily output, but Mr. Johnston says Appreciating' the good work on the The matter ,t'purchasing a1 get 0! WInter Park Office-2' to 4 and 4" ;
Fla., but the old family home is at that the main thing looked after is part of the Kissimmee semi-volunteer new tires for the fire truck was also to8 p. m. sepl:6mo> pd ,
Kissimmce. She had lived in Fort the quality of the product. During fire department, the city council at its taken: up, and was referred to the .' "'. ';
Meade for four: years prior to the end. the he spent at the plant he made se- meeting. Tuesday night highly complimented proper committee, with power to act. FOR RENT
} She leaves two children, Mrs. Paul A. vere tests of brick that are to be used the men who are ready at all The machine will also get a thorough LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW i ;'
i Yates of Kissimmee, and C. H. Wilson here, and found all of them to stand times to protect the community from overhauling at the hands of an expert Rooms unfurnished and furnished.: ,
s of Brewster; also one sister=, Mrs. F. the hardest test possible lie gave his the ravages of the fiery fiend. The recent mechanic! from the LaFrance Fire Engine Houses unfurnished and furnished. : "
I Mcintosh of Kissimmee.Mrs. attention to material from all sectionsof epidemic of fires, there being in Company; an alarm gong is to be Also city properties", farms, citrus, B..lJcting.
'
Wilson -was art estimable lady the plant,?and was at liberty to the neighborhood of eleven alarms placed at the water plant, in order trucking and grazing lands far sale. Waring 4 :,
I.D* and the bereaved have the sympathy make these' tests without the presenceof within five or six days, and some of that this service will be improved, and J
:of many friends.-Fort Meade Leader,: the company's representatives. The them rather hard propositions to handle many other details were looked after ,THE fUR REAITY PARLOR. r
March 1. material!having arrived here will be have kept the firemen on the tending to make the service of the department .
subject to further"tests, in order to alert; and in more than one instancethe a most efficient one. There MRS. SUMMERS, Manager. ALAN J. MacDONOUGH l-f i

ENGINEER. JOHNSTON BACK guarantee the best possible material excellent work of the department was some discussion on the matter of 207 Baas St., ear Brack N. Kiasimnee 1, Registered Architect
FROM BRICK INSPECTION I for the construction of the road. kept down serious conflagrations. providing' a firemen' hall, which toolc Two block north of Christian church .'
Work of laying the curbing' will Secretary Lupfer presented the some shape, and it will not be surprise AND I
'County Engineer Joe Johnston has I'commence Monday, according' to the council will a bill for services at the I tog to.see such built within a short ENGINEER ,

6 returned from Augusta, Ga., where he county engineer,',when workmen will Makinson fire, which kept the boys i time. Pat Johnston O. P. Oarrt< BRONSON BLDO. KISSIMMBB.PLA. .
has been for start operations at the farm busy.for practically five hours, this
some time at the plant of poor. coming Attention was called to the fact
the Georgia this way account being made out at the rate JOHNSTON, GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW ?'
,. brick Engineering Company In.pectin& the city pays the men per hour when that an ordinance WM needed, br some i -
material itOOftoOU
to be '
paving Kissimmee-St. used in actually fighting' fire. This was In the provision be made ,to. give 'the fire ""O"1 .f {
work 'on which will be started Cloud road, Wanted wood-cutters; steady work; sum of $70, and did not' include the truck the right of way In' ans-v-eirni Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal \
next $1.00 per'cord.. For particulars, write expenses of the firemen during th4 alarms. 'It Is a matter of fact that ,
week.
Five carloads of the material W. R. Mellier, Fulford, Fla. time they were on' the faR. Oouneil- automobiles parked on Broad :va;'", :as .. .BulMingFla. I. \.. ,. i.. C. W. GRIFFIN( j | 1: ,

man Bryan ,called attention tthe soon 'as an alarm is sounded,: iryari .
good work accomplished, cited the fact ably start in the direction rf the fire, : I
I' that some of the men' were put to and recently have''' blo:*'.,J the street, O.O..OtOOO..OOO..OOO.Oi" Staple and FancyGROCERIES ":
v some extra expense, and made a motion delaying' the mach.':l. to a considerable
that the council pay. the depart extent. ,It was shown that this !
State 1 Bank ment.$100, instead of the $70 asked practice is bad not only for the. department PINEOLAGROUND | | N i

; for. This was carried with an unanimous but' serious accidents are ,
vote,, following discussion liable to occur. Action along this line t LIMESTONE I "
which was highly complimentary to will be taken in order before the next '' Free Delivery to all Part ' :
,
of Kissimmee the... firemen. session of the council. t ft 'Purest, Dryest, and ; : of the
City'r
t Cheapest. ; : '

;: ; OFFICERS IN QUEST OF "ANTI BONE-DRY" STATE CHEMISTS ANALYSIS: .' <

r w The of the world Carbonate of Lime '7.13 per cent 0 ?

eyes MAKE SUCCESSFUL 0 Moisture ?__...__2.00 percent -C. F. THRASHER +
) HAUL OF ILLICIT STILLS #
0 Sand ?..:.___.---_> 0.27 percent 0 SHEE7 METAL WORKER
.
0 ---- 0
are on the whoSAVES 0 We sell DIRECT to farmers Metal Roof fat on and J 1
j man 0 and ,other Guaranteed JS
j j.c growers finely ground *
in favor'
Evidently not ot the 'bonedry" owner had suddenly taken French! O limestone. PHONE i4+ ..R KISSIMMEE. FLA
wave which is'sweeping over eRr leave, but on investigation found'goodsized a 0 Its analysis Is HIGHER than 0 .- 4tf I
tire country, some of the "enthusiastic" still, made out of a five. '
ones in the vicinity of Whittier gallon oil can, with copper worm and I. any south of Mason-Dixon line. + 0-

. have come to grief, one is in the handsof cooling' trough located in. a backyard, 0 We keep in our warehouse *
M.
{ the law, while another is being and all evidences showed that business 0 several hundred tons of ground. TILLER
sought; two well-equipped stills are was progressing, apart of their. 0 DRY limestone-which assures *
confiscated, and the officers are loaded find being about forty gallons' of sour 0 prompt-. shipments. 0 Real l Estate Agency. 1

with forty gallons,,of the regulationsour mash. This was confiscated, togetherwith 0* dleman's We will profit SAVE and you the" mid- .............................................................
masn,'which is said to have the the still and appliances. give you absolutely -:*
I, appearance of being' as near the "reg From here a visit was made to Bert 0 0 the market.the best limestone on + Realty bought and sold.

ulation" as is possible to compound.The Arnold's] place, but the officers were 0 Our new machinery guarantees 0* : Houses rented.
'packingham"' industry cam to a not quite as fortunate as in the former 0 the finest ground limestone.' .O : Taxes paid and Titles verifiod
IDAUSE;: for sudden halt with the raid, resulting' in i place, but did succeed in locating' : for non-reiidents. ; ;
; a moment, 'young man the detention of Bert Arnold, while Arnold] and placing him under arrest, Plneola Lime Company
Jr Hardy Johns was fortunate enough to charged with illicit stilling.'' Word : Fire. Life and Accident Insurance !
4 and give a thought to self. The get a !"whiff of the approach of the evidently had been received by Arnoldof 0 0 OFFICE in Bank of Orange' ?
minions of the law in time to make a the intended visit, and portions ofa Building, Orlando Fla. O ludemnity Bondi.
:. problems that confront you now or get-away. still were found pn different parts of FACTORY at Pineola,. Fla. O : .

', T. W. Smith, a United States his premises. Here A big gasoline 0.000..000000.0..000.. .. .. .. ...o.ooo.oooo< .oo.o..o...
will a few years hence. '. deputy,collector of Internal revenue of drum was used for the still and the' t t
Center Hill, and W. L. Craig, from the other 'necessary adjuncts to the "man. '
Look about same place, reported to Sheriff In ufactory" were found scattered about.
the
.. ia the world yen- IDea of affair En country, state, .atiod- gram a'few'' days ago for "duty/:' The There was nothing doing' in the sour SEMINOLE LIMITED 'U
yes, are the men who started to save early ia life.. sheriff, in company-with these men, mash line here, the product evidently I

went to the Whittier section last Monday -. having been disposed of before the arrival : AH-Steel Electric-Lighted Train .,
9, They have the respect and confidence .f the community. where information had been secured of the officers. Appearances r'

that illicit distilling 'was in however, showed that there must have Birmingham Chicago and
The look OB tile ether side-at the fellow who spend aO they progress. Arriving at the-home of been considerable activity along this I St. Louis c .::1 ;

,make-they may .Have a good time for. a while, but what does theirpersonahrjn Hardy Johns, ,they i found that the line., Lv Jacksonville.: .. A C L ,,$.00 PM Sun Parlof Observation Car, .' ,
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reflect? ----------------------- Waycrot.. .A C L 11.05 PM Compartment and Drawing-Room '

10 CENT "CASCARETS" 'keep your liver and bowels clean Ar Albany" _..._..A C L 2.3S AM Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to. Chi- .
A dollar Lv Albany.. ,,..... C of 4 2UOAM cago. ., :
er so deposited in this bank will be the FOR LIVER AND BOWELS stomach sweet and head clear for ': ,
t', nucleus of an honorable independent months... They work, while you sleep. .Lvmedcus----- &*6AM Dra"l, a-Room Sleeping Car
Make career Lv Columbus... C of O 6.10AMLvOpellka Jacksonville to St. Louia. t I
your beginning now-today. Your bank Cure .Sick JJeadache, Constipation, ..._ '1
__ CofQ ''
: 7.HAM \
.
....\ will tie OOOO..oo. ..O. o Freer Reclining i
Chair
pave way. ,: ,Biliousness?Sour Stomach, "Dad g. ,Ar Birmingham.. C of Q 11dS AM BOnville Cars Jaekto n
.Breath Cathartic. .IF YOU RECEIVE ..TIIE'KIS. Lv Blnnln......... 1C 1Z15PM Chicago, $t Louie and
Candy -
-- Carbondale
Capital stockResources _____ _____ ; largo sand IIICh 't"
------ ____ ___ $$100,000.09 O 'SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE OO ArCaln-----. I C IUS PM backed aa. easy

;, c over, .,_.._____-_____:.-_______.::: 400,000.00 No odds how-bad OO Ar CIIrbenda'e: ,. I C 1LUPM
i your liver, stomach without having ordered that it aUage and Seat Car Jaebeon': Vs. I
1
s. Officer*'and Directors Y \>r bowels: how much your head 0 be sent to you, no payment for it AT St.LsNih.".....1C 7.20AM 'vile to Chicago. &*
aches, howl miserable you arc from .will be. asked of The 0 Ar S3rd St. Chlcttt) I C 7.31 AM Dlnln'i !!:
you. Car
,t C- -A. CARSON, President,, '' M. KATZ and E. LESLEY.. T-P., :, and constipation, indigestion bowela-you, always biliousness get 0 0 ola County county Commissioner are paying for of Osce-it as ** Ar..,Chicago(tat its) IO 7.A1 AM route service ala serves earto. all meals ea ;\\f,.
p
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., ROMA'THOMAS.' Cashier relief with Cascareta. They immediately 0 an advertisement for this coun-0 1 l' 'ot! D''UD iuYe. .."." .... Lta.fe' ."t! "' i;'
'' '"Il ) ; cleanse and regulate the stomach 0 ty. Your name .has been supplied O aesv ". *." TicKtT "....v .ate.OYAvN., ,
I ,I *.,N. BRYAN, N. B. CARSONM..KATZ, ... remove the sour, fermenting foodand 0 to them by one of your friends 0 '
C; A. CARSON, R. FLEMING ; >, foul rases; ; take the,excess*bile 0 lathe hope that you would Je O ATLANTIC 'COAST' LINE RAILROAD )
DirectorLESLElf from the liver and
e'i J. WADE TUCKER,, carry off the constipated 0 Interested this section: of Flor- 'THE. KTANDARB c
RAILROAD
Of .
THE "
waste .OUT 't"
matter
and ,
:' poison OJda.. '"I i - -- __ .
u. from the"! ; Intestine and", .. W. r HI,TOT ,
0 G--
.' II II. 10-cent box from bowe1t'A. '.IVICIOM, MB.....tll AeE A... R' ....,., ". It.ft''U.MD.. .,. ;
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your .
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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY:.GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH f. 1917 THRU.




;,, ;1 i LIST OF AWARDS, OSCEOIA CO'UNTY'' FAIR .5' I ; t t4d'



C8RSfO1iERr WORTHY KXHIHIT AWARDED I-Beat Jar Guavas, Yellow Cattley

PUHM.IO ItlnnONSJ 1...Mra. W O. Baas
At tae OMCola C..at7 Fair
FORMAT -Beet Jar Ouava, other than named.
O AarlraJtiiral 1-Mrs. Hal Lamb '

SELLS \ GROVE N qnllard, ,Pineapple and Papaya by 8-Beat,Jar Pineapple 1 ;

'., I fames M. Johnston St. Cloud,. Flii 1-Mn. S. f. Kntrlken; NarcoomeeIt ,

Fire Life 4 Accident' and GARDEN Strawberry planti :n blo..om, by -Beit Jar Beeta. not pickled
& FIELD Clark Howell. 1-Mia. :Dorothy Simmons \ __
17-Beit Jar Tomato .
Health Plate Glass, Liability QUESTIONS AMSWCUD\ IMMEDIATCUT I>oms>tf* Ael*..*. lIIhI.I'.d: Dorothy Simmons 'I _
BY MAIL Dlinlay: of Guava Jrllv. other than exhibit, not leas
HItS NMG.PRANce.DeiT! MOB. named bjr Mm H. A. Bm'th.' than elht varieties
;' and Boiler Insurance. WILSON ITOOMER hltTjuu.CoNI'IUI'f' Display of Orange. and Grapefruit 1-Mlis Neva.Le.ter .
Marmalade by Mr... W. J. 8 Carr. AI.oon.J
h1' JACKSONVILLE.Ashr FLA. mar of fanned I*!**. Glass 4iMI.eellssen1Best -.'
, Legal Bonds Executed r at Canned Rhubarb: by Mr., 8. Jar Sweet Green Tomato Pickle '
', on Potato Land ,, J. Kntrlken, Narroo..n.., Fla 1-Mrs. ,T "1'. B..a..... 'Wth1
Will ashes be good to use on my Jar of Pickled Figs by Mrs. B. .A. 5-Beit .Tar. Hour Green Tomato Pickle]
Same Day Needed. Irish potatoes and if so should I mix' Barnes JBet 1-Mlai Jar Watermelon T'
them with the'fertilizer T NerAleresN 1-Ml** Neva Lester
Answer: We do not recommend the Crocheted Baby Cap by Mr, R. 4-Beit Jar Peach Pickle Y

OFFICE: State, Bilk Building! ipplication hardwood ashes on potato Grave.Large. book 140 yearn old. entitled"nomanc" 6 -Beit l-Mra.Jar Guava Marlon Pickle Canon. ,, A Little Stick of f I
land"unless the land is xtremely of HI.tory ftt France," published 1-Mis. Kate Partin *
heavy sour muck land. Ashes mightbe In 177. and consisting of twelve 7-BV* Jar Cucumber Pickle :
favorable to the growth of the potatoes parti, exhibited by Mr., W. J Frlpp.A 1-Mis* Ola Fanaler -
pine needle hat made by a man. 8-Beit Jar Pickled Onion
and certainly could do no harm Mrs C. N. Paver.A . 1-Mln Mildred. Partln. WRIGLEYS
1"", ;. SPRING TERM REVIEW COURSE in that direction, but they are,aboutonethird Silk Pillow tin dues on one aide 9-Heat Jar ChowchowJ .
r APRIL a--.lVIU) 1, tat lime and lime induces ,the and a United,States flag on the other, -Mra. Eugene. Aryan
)11'.. D. O. Francis 10-Beit Jar Beet Pickle
Write for Catalog and full Inform growth of the fungus causing scab, so by A work basket made. of pine eon." ... 1-MlHS Ha Fanaler Makes the Whole World Kin INo .. .
'. _ tlon the use ofany form of lime on potato by Mr. Chnrlen. Personalyirre 11-Beat Jar Mixed Pickles
i; land i. not adriaed. Lime certainlynever collection of crochet sample I-Ml** Ila Faniler ,
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY aJ.-8eet Pint Bottle
should by Mrs. E. Derbyshire.CblDep.'s, Tomato Catsup The
be mixed with fertilizer
FLORIDA 1-Mra. M D. Alexander .
r DHL.AND for it allows the escape of the am. work 11-Bet Jar Pepper Mango. Pickle climate affects it .forthe ''
mania that is in the actual form of Embroidered' NlKtitivown., with crochet 1-.Mrs A J. TCntrlken. Narcooiaee Flavor
ammonia. Whenever want to square centerpiece and a pair I ofcrocheted IS-Beit Bottle Drape Juice, Oaeeola, package protects.
t you use trartera, by Ell Welch Alao County: product LastsSPEARMINT
Til I FLORIDAHETAL PRODUCED ashes or any other form of lima, ap combination .ult. 1-Mr.. J. W. Miller .
ply separately and thoroughly incorporate Sofa Pillow with crochet towel 'withcrochet 17-Beat two Ih... Home-made Butter

t'; MANUFACTURE' with soil before the lime is ap Margaret. and Warlnsr." table scarf with crochet' by II-Bet 1-Mn.Jar; A.Fruit E. Tromaa Salad WRiGLEV'S goes to all -

plied.: If the lime and the ammonia 1-Mil. Katherine Carr !
Coronation braid piece, by Irene Pitmen '
\ METAL come in contact in the soil, the soil If--Beet Jar Vegetable Salad parts of the world-in
Pair ... with tattlnr by 1-Mill Katherine Carr
pillow ca.
V above fixes the ammonia and loss e
CEILINGS no 31-Beit Jar klotoltA
I, boy eleven years old Robert Buckets.Art. Crystallised Orange all all
'occurs; but when this takes place Straws seasons, to classes. -
J CULVERTS, SHINGLES above ground the gas goes: off in the 1-Mlia Clyde Smith .
l' air. Bowl of old-faahloned putty work. ,It-Beit Jar Cryitalllaed Grapefruit Is Rn
' AND OTHER by Mlka Nettle Yowe.llChip Straw .
clean
Fresh wholesome
:-- carving tray, by Roy.Carr. ,.1-Mr..W. J.,R Carr ,
' SHEET ,Scale ;*, 'lIbln..ork.'by..J.' F. Walter.,.. "
METAL < , .: .
I have had considerable scale in China fern dlah.. by Xl..a Inea Caraoh. Clansi II_.....1 Prlkea and, delicious 'always
1 A my t :Beat .
V Colored dealg-na for Interior decora- and moat varied display of
1f BUILDING grove and was going to spray. The r'tion. magazine covers and cut-oat work In Domestic Science Dapt. w cos R a
MATERIAL cold threw all the leaves and so I suppose ,.work; by Miss Adah Tracy; also paatea. by Individual .
:' VlTt TODAY "AND" SPECIAL the; scale on the-leaves.gill: die Clay model, of Tndlun. head. by William Z Beit 1-Neva. Lester. It aids appetite and di-
and moat
9RCATALOIUU HlrschbergT. Malt land, Fla. varied display of
QUOTATON5| haU< I need to ? ,
" # spray '. work In Domestlo Science Dapt. PSh S OIR I J t
ACKSONVILLE-.t Answer: By ail means spray with sliest by girl from rural school gestion quenches thirst
iniit.:ible oil and do the work. at onie. Collection of coleua bv Mra Towell. 1-Aline, BusBestexhlbit ," ,
; Flowerlnic beitonla.. by Mr"' Mai ramb.Asalea I- of Citrus Products by a
; You ran make an especially thorough: In bloom br Mra. ,W. J. Soars. a Canning Club girl' .' .' keeps the teeth .clean
I MUSTANG job of it now, you can get at 'helirs'i'iits Decoration of floral ajulfoltsge' plantsIn 1-Kate Partln i .
7 l, : and little l twig so readily.: renter. .of exhlblt'mUVby Mlas JeanCaldwell ---- and breath sweet. '
HACK J JI .
.1 School Work w.........,. fRIGLEI ,
(' t For Sprains Lameness Home Made BordeauxCan -1:14 Pace, mile heat. I In t_
you give me some idea of an arrangement Klsslrree 1- >......on Patch by George ( = ryra
cos) Sores Cuts, Rheumatism for convenient mixing: of Display of Domestic Science work: Sprague, Jacksonville. Fla tic t
"' Bordeaux T Bird house made by Elmer Bchwelk-. S'18, 1'SI 1:1 16. \ ;
Color work bv the Third arrade. 2-Nancy' th..II.b
art
: Penetrate and Heal Mrs. Homer '+'PU'f E I 11
Answer: Build a platform large Polar scene by the Second arrade. Prod- . Tabb. Augusta. Oa. J.tS 4-6
V: : Stops Pain At Once enough to hold four bands and lea"'a uct map by the Sixth' trade, Mounted l.SS: 1:10.: 1 Y
room for and work In, aoology. '. 3-Maxle" Direct, by :D. Lockart, Or. :<:i> '
t For Man and Beast operator, high enough lando Fla. Three
to drive a team under In the two \ 1-.. n..d 1->:ZS Pace and 1-10,,Trot mile heats, _
25c.50c.4l. At AU Dealer. barrels to the back have the concen' Primary poster by the ,First grade. I Fine DRIVCR IN.IadAaDRt K'
trated solutions of the'bluestone and Alexander maps Zoology chart. 1-LlttTa Hal by n. Lockart Or. Flavors / "Aftertsx
; lando.. Fla. :III 4.e> 1:11I
f 4-5; w/u.r riD
the lime. This will keep indefinitely, IlBralRxhlhlt 1:40: 1.11.
s.. LINIMENTM. From this can be measured the necessary of Union Center'school! Mia I-Beaile C. by W. F. Jenkins Orlando RIGLE .
quantitiessjo make SO or 100 gallons Orpha Rose teacher E Fla 1:40. 1:40. 1:40 3-6.
I-Dorl. Doutcla. .
by Dr. :
Bla k-
:i ;, ( of spray aocording to size of tank Tazldemsy sad Tmlm* Work: stones, Oca la. Fla. 1U-1 I,
and put-into the two barrels,in front Large mooted. h..u.. mounted. and In I-1-4'' mile heat, weight 110 Ibi., ,t N '
2. $ IL PORTER which can be either half' or entirely glass case by William Lewis I..anor. In 1tMaud.by-,
William
Also mounted goat head by John'Fsrle.s
I' *..
'j" ; O.Feel. C...tr.K needed (if only half. be very careful I-Br.dy.. by A. D. Wells, Orlando I.
'I:' c....,........ ..e. *< With Care. In the measurements) thus making a SCIENCE DBPARTHBlfTdan ; Fla. oil
1-Katie T. bv J. H. \Vllllnm.nn_ __ -
,C.U_tl.M ".1.0 sad Tax*. Paid farN.aRe.ueat. dilute: solution. Then there should be ,' St, Louis Mo. U '
..... A naklsisr ,. not these attributes that sible. They strain their minds .
.f' .. .. two Iplgota.at the bottom of these I-n..t White Cake, Chocolate Icing , newspaper out
:, : Offlr 1ST ......w.,.. P...* .ee. barrels arranged so that when they 1 Mr*. N.: Cir Bryan Tb.ri>day sad Friday will "run them. and beyond the activities of the present 2
J-.n;;t Devil's Cake j I-Fr.1 for all Pace, mile heats. ; S In I_ 1
are opened the streams will
run together 1-Mr*. Joaephln Hamilton 1-Our Doctor; by' Mr. Homer These men, the editors and publishers ; they see with the vision of hope,'
" into the tank, and you will have '. -Tlest Pound Cake Tabb. Augusta Ga. 141 1-6. and*business and labor under the shadow of the
believe
a very effective and economical Bordeaux i-Brat Angel Food Cake 1::41 1-6. 2:41-8.: managers, .
mixture in which the arsenate I-Mr*, O. B. Fall 1-Flossie, by George Sprague, in the brotherhood of newspaper bust I rock of ages
t 10-Best Half Dozen sugar Cookies. Jaekaonvllle.. Fla. 1:47: 3-6, I Before men had a written languagethe
.I I of lead paste, Paris green, or Black 1-Mr*. A. M. Htory 1-41 4-1. S-41 4-6. flees They know that, not in competition newspaper man was born.

' I Leaf 40 can be mixed according to thegrowers' 11. -Best'or Half Tea. Dozen CakesJ3 Hermit. Cookie. I-Mis Valdoita* Nancy, Oa.by J. W.. Davis, between them, but in co-opera .

needs. '_e.AA u -- I.. '...''l.a- RI- .v.' -mean---. l- irree for all Trot. mile heats.. I tion. lies the success of the paper they A pain in your side or-back that
Market _Bent I. ak White Bread I In a1Cotton- ---- love and }labor for and with.: catches you when*, you'straighten np
City 1-Mini Katie'Thompaon Patch by Mrs. Homer ,These men are,in love with their calls for a
Dropped Fruit i rubbing application of
11-Beet Loaf Whole Wheat Bread Tabb. Augusta Sa. 1:46 II.
;- Please advise me as to 'whether it' 1-Mra. W. J. 8. Carr 1:47: 4-6. 1:476.. profession Their profession is predi- Ballard' Snow Liniment.. It relaxes '
will be 'a good idea to plow in the 15-Beat Half Doien Light Rolls I-Doctor Jim. by Pat Barrett, cated upon love. While they are"hired the contracted muscles and permits I
1'b Fresh floridaand oranges"*and grapefruit lying on.the I-Mm. W. C Baas .Gunneravllle Ala. men to be fired men," their re ordinary bodily motion withuot suffer
17-Beit Half :Dozen BaklngjuPowder t-Free for all Trot and Pace, 'mile
i ground ai a result of the cold. Should Biscuit ;,,,' '" \,1': ,;' heats. I In ,6. horses the property moval from any paper does not change ing or inconvenience. Price 26c, We
r l t fertilize T ,, '.i') ; ", "fl: Ii i.' 1-....Mrs. L. II. InarramA; ,.. 'fr,, of residents of the state of their big principles, the principles of and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osceola
1' Answer a4vlselyouas ll-Beat Lemon CuitardiPle Florida hones lot j\ be i r owned service. '
WesternMeats': We could,not I public
I .q yl-Miss Katie Thomp.on10B..t I
: and i In the i staleksix,f months I .
; ; to whether; this \would I be! a;good 'Apple. Pie""."wjBafflon* prior to day of race.,'"'" ;'j A newspaper Is a big, worth-while I
'f' practice without knowing your particular 1-Mra. Thomas. Van ':DU80 1-R. P.- Little by Bob Lockhart, thing. Tlve men who make it are men i
4 of all jkinds.. conditions. Such fermenting or- 1 Zl-Beit Sweet. Potato Pie Inverneia, Fla 3.61: 1-6 .a:41. of service. They leave to.others the
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1 -Mr* N. C Bryan 1:441 3-6. *
; .. ganic matter would be,very.bad, indeed XI-Beat Exhibit Home Baking;, not I-Little Hal by D. LockhWrt Or- altering of boundaries of nations and Pharmacy.s"s
,. for trees inclined toward die- less than B article lando. 11'1..... 1:St. 1:60. I 48. the building of empires.
back. Otherwise, it would probably 1-Mils Ada Louie. Simpson I-Delia B.,. by John Dreate,Ocala There Is the achievement of makIng
i
Phone your orders be about the easiest way to dispose t".... n--Tmmir I 4-1-4-mlle Fla.dash for Cow Ponies ridden. life burdneless. Since ..Gutten- -
;;, of the fruit and add a certain amountof I-Beit Exhibit Home-made Candy, not by cow boy. from Oicaola bergs time this service has been con-
I and they fertility to the soil. The decayed less than 4 varieties1Mr. county tinuous. It is the service that puts
fruit and leaves should not be left .. M. P. Alexander- 1-Pinto, bv W. W. Clark KJislm- into the everyday lives of the people ":

t will be promptly-: on the surface of the. ground for they ('lass -PrenerrenJ t-.. eblt M. Whldden, Kliilm- the worlfl's best events in the best SPECIALLY ADAPTED "X
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will increase -Rest Jar TomAto Preserves1Mrs nee, Fla -
,, greatly the infection of way. k
"' delivered. melanose and stem-end rot in partic 1-Beit Jar. Pear Eugene Preserves Bryan 3-Walter mee Fla., by,a. N. Combs; Klialm- Thehe are' few things in the past For' Your ; jn\ 1

a ular. Unless your trees are killed 1-Mri. E. A. Darnel Logan Babe and Dixie also ran.'Satarday that men have been able lo make a ifState
they need fertilizer now the worst of 3-Beit I-Mn.Jar Marlon Peach Preserves ,' thing of every-day service. The men. ' I

Phone 44 any times in their lives, for they have 4-Beit Jar Fig; Preserves Carson 1 1-1:11: Pace, mile heats. 1in' 6- who make newspapers do this. a ,'
i'i'I had a severe shock and should have 1-Mr*. R: A. Borne.8Rest l--Mary Belle Direct, by Oeo. Newspapers make real goodnessmore
good nourishment at hand to overcome Jar Pineapple Preserves Sprague' Jacksonville, Fla. beautiful and more real. Newspapers r* '4
, t It. Of course, the quantity applied AT Beet 1-Ml Jar** Grape I la Faniler Preserves1Mar. t-r Nancv IU: 2-K. I:" 1-6. 1:16: 1-6 are a vital part of life itself. '

would depend upon the amount of '. H, J. Rntrlken Narcoosieo Patch Augusta by Mrs Oft. Hom..rT"bb. 1.40 They are more than educative, than FRED '*'
damage done. If it Js only that the 7-Beit_ Jar Htrnwbcrry. Preserves 1.14 4-6. 1:14 4-6. S-SK t-6 merely refining. They lead public ; T.
:. leaves and the fruit have fallen, the 8.Beat 1 Mis Jar* I Kumquat la! Faniler Preserves 8-High Medium. by J. W. Davis. sentiment They direct it, and direct Oar '* )

trees will use their usual supply; but 1-Mr*. H. A. Barnes '-, 1-t:30 Pace Valdosta. and 1.26 Ga.: Trot, mile heats it safely. There are few really bad Instructive Catalogue 4 4S J Jua
4l if the growing area has been seriously 9-Beit. Jar Loquat Pre. erve -' 2in6- newspapers. It is not their job to be Weekly Price List
C r.rnou.rFertilizers 1-Mr*. A. M. Slofy10Best' i-Beoile C. bv W. F. ;
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/ cut back, the mount'should be re. Jenkjnn Or.la..d. -
Jar Watermelon Rind Preserves ... bad.There "
2.16 2-6 1:14 4-11.1:14
: : : 1.1.
duoed. who love the
are no men .''J
Charlie Cling, by J AV. Davis. Valdosta
I-Mr*. W. C. Bass12Beet Ua. 1.16 4-6. 3.16 4.1.- day's task at creative work so passionately SEND FOR
t Commercial vs. Home-Msde" Bordeaux' than Jar named Guava Preserves other 2:34 4-6. as do newspaper men. Age :

Does the commercial Bordeaux 1-Aline Ha,aCJaiia 3-Cotton Tabb. Augusta Patch, ,by Oa.Mrs. Homer has no errors for them. They keep THEM TODAY

Remember, please, that we paste used at the rate of ten pounds to Archer Belle and Charlie C. H. also their hearts and ouls. filled with creative -

manufacture or handle EVERYfertilizerandmaterial- fifty gallons of water give the same 1-Beit Olaaa Grape-.111.Jelly : rRn.a3.4 ,and constructive enthusiasm for N
5EEDGOEJACKSONVILLE.
strength as the 5-6-50 home-made .. mile dash weight 110 ]bs1 ->- big,'worth-while'things.
1-Mr* 8. J. Kntrlken, Narcooasee2Best -Maude. by John Farl...., Orlan-
'' having; recognized value to Bordeaux? 01.... Guava ,Jelly Yellow Cat- do Fla. 1:10. These men are the philosophers of
Answer Ten commercial Icy1Mrs. 2-Mary Lee Thompson the do the TLA.
'I IJ/ I the grower. .We offer many : pounds M. D. Alexander 'I .br A impossible. They impos .
'It & special citrus formulas; alad Bordeaux mixture paste to fifty gallon 3-Beit 01... Guava Jelly. Red Cattley 3-Katie Mav.' T., bv) 'J.Fla H. j'sl. ---- -- r
Wlllalmson --- --
,1 vegetable and field crop fertilizers. water does not carry quite as 1-Mr*. W. C. Basa4BestQlasa St. Louis I Ma ..
. ." much: actual bluestone as the 6-5-60 Guava' Jelly, other than Pock also ran.
I home-made Bordeaux and bluestnoe 4-3-8 mile dash for Cow Ponlea +

. Animal FertilizersChemical is really the active: element. You will E-Beit Edfcewater Olaaa Orange Farm, Jelly Co. IWalter.', Fla. by, O N. Combs,. KI..lm.I.D'1' .
L
t Fertilizers however get the "name" field results 6-Best I-Mlas Olaaa Dorothy Lemon Simmons Jelly. : :': bv Carl Schmidt" Klulmmee. 1' ,
.\ ..... from ten pounds Bordeaux mixture Fla Spring
.
.... -Mri. W. J S Carr7n..t 2.. Little. s
.. Fertilizer Materials paste to fifty gallons of water as froma'correctly Olaaa Plum Jelly .- .Hell Fla by D. Lockhart, Or.lendo. r'

' Blood & Bone Tankage home-made\ mixture of the 9-Beit 1-Mri.Glues O.Rosalie B Falls. Jelly ,f-1-4 mile Coniolatlon Run, weight

t;;1' r'' Stock & Poultry Feeds' 6-5-60 this, but formula.suppose We it can is because not explain the 11-Beit 1_Ml Glass** Ha Kumquat Fanaler Jelly. Rock 110 and Ib.-Dock split). -wr; Application : :

" commercial is 1-Ml a Mildred Partln
product
Spraying Materials put together 11-Beit Exhibit Jellies greatest variety THE MASTHEADS OF FLORIDA'S i
in a way that gives maximum effectiveness Florida products .
and Trees
a Our immense manufacturing of,the material. used. The 1-Mr*. W. J. a; Carr NEWSPAPERSThe Bearing Young .

,
J home-made Bordeaux is ,
plants and centralized very muoH Clans K -Jaaaa, fmmirm sad MarasaladeaI I
. buying system enables us more economical, when you are using />-Beit Jar 'Blackberry Jam ( Florida Record) '
to offerfineat quality possible any quantity. 1-Mis* Mildred Partin Readers of wsoaoem should note Florideal! SpecialDealen "
't' In everything. Booklet Z--Beit. Jar Strawberry .lam1Miss the names at the.:masthead of every ..

i and particulars free from 5-Beit Jar Guava Neva Lester Jam paper that falls. into th.Ir hands or .

1-Mri. M. I>. Alexander comes under ,their notice, whether
'f S-Beit Jar Ouava Paste they read the paper regularly or. at You get a dollar's worth of plant food for each a
Waters & Carson 1-Mr*. M. Tiller intervals. f dollar and an additional dollar's value in tie correct

) GROCERY CO. SAWMILL 7-Best t-Mr Jar*. A.Orange M. Story Marmalade There printed are'the names of the proportioning to giye. best results.
8-Beit Jar Grapefruit Marmalade men who direct the business political '
Kissimmce Florida 1-Mli Clyde Smith r" Write for catalogue and prices. i'
J ,, MACHINERY 11-Beit Jar Beach Marmalade octal, financial, educational and re- <,,
1- Mis Ha Fanaler i ]lifHnus policies of that paper., "
\\1 '( Armour Fertilizer Works AND 'It: -Beit '.Jar Kumquat Marmalade They are men of power, men of initiative (- ,
0 Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
1-Mlis Kate Partin11Best I w : ' "
men who are Judges of public ( ,
: Jacksonville Fla.
ALL SUPPLIES exhibit Jam and Marmalades, ID
t,: not lei. than a... varieties. sentiment who care ,not who at err all" should in few they things offend and MWactm: .Ideal Fediliaen

, .' L Write For Prices And Claaa 1 Best-Jar<'..... Vrmlif and ".......111_ some foolish pride of the public or the ti .ia Fertilizer Material .'
Peaches '
GrowBiggest' Catalogu: 1-Mrs., M. D. Alexander individual, so long .s. good to all is 'w-'a' Sprgisg Materials aaa .LsedicIJ.a .
S-Bait Jar Pears,' not spiced the final end achieved.
." 1-Mra. Marlon Carson, .These men are fearless.] It requires s Jacksos.ilk; R.ida '
S-Best Jar Blackbarrlcs .
(Crops: ) 1-Ml**:Aline Bail temerity, flawless courage: public patriotism tl e' .
4--Blt Jar Strawberries l' to "run a newspaper." If -- - .
D 1-Mr*., M O. Alexander editor and _business managers hare -a.-----------: .. -

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FOUR '" ?" THE"KISSIMMEE,VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY.; MARCH 9, 1917

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1ft STAGE. IS SET FOR. PRIMARY, ELEC'flOV TOMORROW. I


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I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ,1
"Battle of.Ballo"ts", BeginsBright..and


CANDIDATES FOR .CITY OFFICES I Early In the Day. FOR CITY CLERK --duties promise of to the faithfully office. Have perform had nine the ,

'-- I hereby announce my candidacy months' experience as night police...
for re-electlun to the office of City man, and think I could fill the position ,'
of Voters at White Man's Tomorrow Is the great day':! Hay' Itself. ,The office is sought by three Clerk, subject to the action of the satisfactorily. D. A. BASS.
Who Ask Support you picked the winner? I representative citizens-Messrs. J. S. white man's primary to be held the .
Bright and early the battle of bal Cadel, Gay Livingston J. W. Thompson. "1st Saturday in March, 1917. FOR MARSIIAL
i Primary to be Held March 10. lots will begin; the "deck have been I J. R. Gilbert the present city Not being a stranger to the officeor. I hereby announce to my friends
r stripped for action," and from earl clerk, asks for re-election and he' is .the good votera whp have dealt so that; I will be a candidate for re.

/ i morn until the signal of, "cease firing"I,opposed :Iby Tom Woodall.' Marshal kindly with me in the past, I now offer election to the position of City Mar-
i b.flashed upon the scene of activity& Overstreet is to make 11 run againstD. my past,record as a guarantee of .shal, subject to the will of the white-, "'
For Mayor there ,will be much "consternation I A. Bass, while A. M. Story believes further service, should I be returnedto voters"in the approaching primary.I .
I
in the camps of the White Man'a Par. that he will be nominated treasurerover GILBERT before the
offtoe.J. R. record
the people
CADEL The battle will be fast and furious Rob place my
; J. S. ty. the present incumbent, J. Z. \
and if re-elected
commanded by the political leaders I erson. Dr. W. W, Carson and EugeneC. FOR MAYOR \ as my platform which lo
LIVINGSTON I
GAY of the various units of the great Bryan ask to be returned to the the responsible position haveheld
THOMPSON army of taxpayers, each seeking to councilmanic body, while Messrs.. F. To the White Voters, of Kissimmee: in the past, will give the office
1> J. W. .. I take this means of announcing my I
the careful and paInstaking'
"storm the breast H. and S. B.I same
gain a victory, Lawson, B. E. Haley candidacy for the office of Mayor of
:" works" In a last grant charge to place Aultman are in the running. of subject to the consideration in ,the future.' I respectfully .
Clerk the city Kissimmee.
For City : ask all white ,voters for ,.
their favorites in position to rule over Ask For Re-election White Primary to be held in March
GILBERT the destiny of the city for a new fiscal J. R. Gilbert, who has been in the and if elected will fulfill the duties 01the their support which, ,I assure' you, h
J. R. year. Umpires for the "battle"are !, city clerk's office for the past fifteen office to the best of my ability and will be appreciated. ,
TOM WOODALL, 'ready for their ,task; their deci : years, has. served the people with the in conformity, with the laws of the G. W. OVERSTREET.FOR .
sion"will be, forthcoming with the': greatest degree of satisfaction. lIe : state and the ordinances of the city.I "
: counting of the*magic slips of paper,;d I presents as his platform his past rec-: respectfully solicit and will appreciate COUNCILMAN *
F Treasurer and in the interim all await the out. ord, which is an excellent one,' and 1 1I your support. I wish to announce 'my candidacy :

'' 4 ROBERSON :/ I come with much anxiety and, of ,I the system that the present incumbenthas JpHN S.:'CAPEL. for membership on ,the City Councilof ;V
I J.. Z. ?" course, great expectation. "On with :, inaugurated and the constant attention . Kissimmee, subject to the will of "fl
A. M. STORY the dance-let joy be unconfined." to duties of Mr. Gilbert, has' FOR MAYORI the voters in the white primary to be '',/
. .. .. I Much! Interest Manifested j#I given a public service that hereby annuonce myself as a candidate held In March. If chosen to the office 5
Marshal and Tax Collector:, .'> I The White Man's Primary has been ated and proven a most satisfactory for Mayor of the City of Kis- I pledge myself to fulfill the duties of ',\'
For -f, '' the subject for'much talk within the one to the people. aim in the election to b* held next the office to the best of my ability, *'

'G. W. OVERSTREET :: past few weeks, even since the. G. W.,. Overstreet, the present; mar March, and respectfully ask for the according to the ordinances of the city 'f-,
,. ; ing gun of the campaign was open-I I shal and and tax collector has proven support of all citizens who believe in :And respectfully solicit the support of t tall is;
'; D. A. BASS. I with the public announcement satisfactory in the discharge of his athorOugh; and businesf-like administration citizens. v S. B. AULTMAN. '\
of the candidates for, chief executive'I various duties.. Constantly on the of city affairs. 'l

For Councilmen I,. of our city. Following'' s I I alert he has worked hard and faith i GAY LIVINGSTON. FOR COUNCILMAN 1

I FOR MAYORI I hereby announce my candidacyfor t
DR. W, yf. CARSON, hereby announce 'myself-a candU member of the City ,4Copncil..ofr. ;..,
,. .- ",.""' .'' co-'-_'_ --_' date for the'office of' of the
: : 'EUGENE: C.: BRYAN "-. mayor Kissimmee, subject to the ,action'ot 4.:;
town of Kissimmee, subject to1 the action
,' S., B. AULTMAN, of the white man's primary to be the White Man'a Primary in March. 4'*.
held the first Saturday in March 1917. Having been a resident of this city r
B. E. HALEY, If elected, I pledge myself to give the for many years, and thoroughly! acquainted :;i
duties of the office my very best at' with the needs of the municipality -' vf
p 1;:. H. LAWSON. .. so.i tention. Respectfully, I feel that. can be of servicein 3
'. ..a v, ..r J.: W; THOMPSON.FOR the office asked for, and respectful :'i

... ... ly solicit the vetes of everyone desiring j
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.. "1 - CITY CLERKI a busln sa.like and systematic ad- J
TWO KINDS OF MEN ministration of public affairs. "'
;'rrrl.t r: hereby announce myself as a
Sample 'Primary Election Ballot .. candidate for City Clerk of Kissimmee B. E. HALEY. ':;
There are two kinds of men in every subject to the voters of the r "J
city in every community. One kind White Primary to be held in March. I FOR COUNCILMAN
li{ 1917 will help every good movement for Being: thoroughly competent to con- I I Desirious of serving the City of 1
the moral!'uplift and civic improvement duct the affairs of this important.. office Kissimmee in the capacity of CouncilJ
I make .announce1 1
man, hereby my .
L MAN'S PARTY'u wherever begun and'by whomsoeverled in a systematic and businesslike ment, and ask for the support of all ','
WHITE F manner, I solicit the support of '
or directed. The other kind will friends and citizens. in 'general, sub 1
} KISSIMMEE FLORIDA first want to know who is at the head 'all voters promising, if elected, the sect to the White Primary to be held 'i
of this thing, and will be guided by closest attention to 'business and in March, and if elected: will fulfill '..
Instructions: To vote for any can- the answer to this question as to conduct of office with satisfaction, to the duties of the office to the best of t

didate, make a cross (X) in the whether it still receives either their f..,.. jr1L I all. .TOM_ WOODALL.__...-- my ability and In strict conformity ,.-

square in the appropriate column, according -I moral or financial support. To whichone I ..\.:_-, :'"...'. : FOR CITY TREASURERTo will with be the appreciated city ordinances. Your vote- \\i 4F.
r the right of these classes do you belong V
choice at
to H. LAWSON. .
.p : tOUr The man who permits himself to be the White Voters of Kissimmee: .
of his name. Vote your first choice influenced in any degree, who permits ... Desiring: to serve the citizens in the FOR COUNCILMAN J
In the first column; vote your second. himself to relax his interest or activities capacity of City Treasurer, I hereby means' in' I
I take this announcingmy
z choice in the second column. In the interest of any good cause c'", 11 make my announcement for the office '
for re-election Coun-
candidacy as
... If there is no second column at the because someone he does not like has ;r. subject to the white primary which is cilman of the city of' Kissimmee at
t to be held during: the month of March
been honored, may be a goodheartedfellow
,
t right of a name;vote your first choice in many instances, but if he is 0 and, if elected will usfe my best efforts the liciting primary the to be held of in all citizens "
support
only. Do not vote ,more than one narrow enough to withhold his sup :', for the proper and faithful performance who want a businesslike administration -.
the candidate. of worthy movement because of the duties of that position.
for port
choice same any of public affairs '
standing on my
of this, he is to be pitied, to ,, Confident that I am thoroughly qualified ,C
record ut the aldermanic body in the:
T; >
,
M. ..Weo -uu say: the least of it.-Arcadia News. I .: such to official.handle I respectfully the requirements solicit the as past. EUGENE C. BRYAN. $i.

it oFor Heroine cutes constipation and reestablishes support of all good citzens, for which FOR COUNCILMAN **I;

i ." regular bowel movements I am' thankful in advance. I hereby announce my candidacy for

.... 0 Price 50c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy A. M. STORY. re-election to the office as ,Council-
Mayor.Vote fl man for the City of Kissimmee, sub'
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FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COLLECTOR
One "
for : E WONDERFUL STUFF MAYOR MAY ject to the action of the White Primary \
_ LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS! to be held during the month "
of March and respectfully solicit the- ;*
3 J. s. CADEL Apply a Few Drops Then Lift Cornsor Only: City Official Not Asking for Further Honor. I hereby announce myself a candidate support of all citizens desiring a clean .'

Calluses Off With Fingers for the office of Marshal and and business-like administration of .
others fell in line, until there came to- fully ever ready to strive for the best affairs' ,
COhgGIVINGSTON Yl No Pain : Tax Collector of.the city, of Kissim- public and presenting: as my ,,
ir rJ. iJiiNo ''humbug; Any ," corn,;whether gethera aj' good list\ of. representative Interests his.constituents.:! ;'Q.! mee subject'to the action of.the'approaching platform my past record.. JI i-
W THOMPSON hard,'"soft\or between the'toeg'Swill; !citizens.sking.the good I people to" J.- Z. Roberson has the unlqtinFlion dii : primary. If elected I I,, 'w.. W.' CARSON., 'K'

loosen right up and lift out. without a honor them with public offtoe. Cam- of having served the city as ----- -- ... - -

r.Fee City Clerk. ,particle This drug of pain is called or soreness.freezone' and,I.a is paigning has been rather....quiet, but it treasurer a period competently of fifteen years ahd, faithfullyfor establish- eats, !ia a business man of more than pie of.Kissimmee., M.-!Lawson:. l is on. "',
is evident that all of the candidates ordinary ability, has a splendid following of in
the
of ether discovered by leading spirits move
_ 1 Vote for One: compound a ing a record for courtesy and honestyin and his friends feel that he every ,
Cincinnati man. have' been hard' at work looking after public life of which any man couldbe will make an excellent race in the primary that is made for the welfare of the; '{
Ask at any drug store for a small their politica' fences> and *" a resultit proud of,and with these qualifications tomorrow. community; Mr.' Haley, 'who 'is connected '!1
'R. GILBERT '1i bottle of freecone which will in
J. cost buta feel
his friends hesitancy
forecast to who no
is rather hard to as clerk with the Atlantic Coast Line :
Woodall has
For city Tommy ,
trifle but is sufficient rid one'sfeet lf
to
f saying that he will again be returnedto
will be in the lead. It is that |I ,
expected
callus. announced himself with the confi- I would 'make a good official, whMe''i
or Corn or office.
1'OM'WOODALL i ih every there will be some keen rivalry between I I ,
dence that he will be the choice of the
Put a few drops; directly upon any certain of the men aspiring for Dr. W. Wf Carson and Eugene C. "Farmer" Aultman promises to keep to
t,nder, aching 'crllus. Instant l' I people for the responsible position. lie from his cabbage and '<
corn or positions, and naturally the result Bryan members of the present council away potato
.) For Treasurer ly the soreness disappears and shortly ,. will be awaited with interest. l. have asked the people of Kissimmee is a young man raised in this community patch long enough to give the city the .
the corn or callus will loosen and can Will Be for re-election. These gentlemen thoroughly competent, and formallY best that is in him if nOMinated and :,
Vote for One: VoCe Heavy ,,
be lifted off with the I of the years has been 'connected with elected to the he seeks. *" J 1
fingers. From all indications the vote to be !* conduct of the affairs position. 1t
the Waters & Carson Co., five
This drug freezone doesn't eat out book. They have years
cast will be rather heavy The city are art open
a one.
W,, J. Z. ROB ORS N II the,corns or calluses but shrivels 'payments of poll taxes was really strived hard and, faithful, ever readyto of which he has been identified with IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, u'r
them without even irritating the surrounding than consequently advance th* interests of the com- the bookkeeping department. EVJ;RISII. CONSTIPATE ;
] expected
more A. M.; Story well-known Broadway ,
skin. munity. They are wide-awake, progressive
0 I considerable number of
A. M/ STORY there are a
business has been
r Just think! No paint at all; no : people who have qualified for the pri- {I and have so established man, caught" by Look Mother! If tongue Is coated, 11
|\ the buzzing of the political "bee. He
it cleanse little bowels with "Cali \
soreness or smarting when applying maryand the city election which is to themselves through .their excellentwork ,
Far Councilmen.' or afterwards. If your druggist don'thave Fourteen candidates have j that further comment here has announced himself for the city fornia'Syrup of ..'lIr.." .'
announced
'
]I follow treasureship, and hopes that his aspirations >
Mothers !
freezone have him order U for can rest easy after giving-
seems superfluous.
for offices aside from those .
Vote for Three: will be realized. He is thoroughly "California Syrup of Figs" because in *
you. I The "New" CandidatesA
in line for executive, committeemenand I
few words can be said as well for qualified for the responsible office a few hours all the clogged-up waste, ,
11 1 members of the charter board. I in and has many friends who ,feel sour bile and fermenting food gently
"hat
S. B. AULTMAN 1 The executive committee Messrs. S. ',, those who have thrown their ,
that he will receive a most flatteringvote. moves out of the bowels, and you
with the desire of entering
the
H. Bullock, W. C. Bass, F. H. Lawson, I ring" .
have well child .
again.Sick'
I a playful ,
E. C. BRYAN I I I t I H. M. Katz and C. A. Carson will !\ public .fe, and of in the some worthy instances members opposing D. A. Bass wants to be city marshal children needn't be coaxed to "
canvass the returns at the city council some lie has been
{ and tax collector. take this harmless fruit: laxative. :,
I chamber tomorrow night, and. it cf the, city's official family. For the on police duty at night for a considerable Millions of mothers keep it handytbeI.
W. CARSON I I-I I of three are three
will not be long before these gentle- position mayor, representative period and, if elected,will makea cause they know its action on the "
II men begin their task that the winners men--J. S. Cadel. Gay: good official, promising to enforce stomach liver and bowels is prompt ;..\,

B. E. HALEY I ......- in the primary will be announced. It Livings to-', J. W. Thompson.Mr the first, to the laws with impartiality to all. and stye. 'J,.,
1 "'- is generally conceded that the successful Livingston was For the city council we find F. II. Ask your druggist for a !$0-cent .'(
ENGINES. BOILERS SAW MILLS candidates in the primary will be make a public announcement for (of Lawson, the Broadway business ,man; bottle of "California Syrup of Fits* ,.\
,, F. H. LAWSON ... WOOD WORKING MACHINERY the 'next city officials, the general fice. ,lIe has ambitions to become the B. E.Haley and S. B. Aultman, the which contains directions for babies ,.
A complete line of Mill SupplUs andHpavjr election will however be held on Saturday chief executive of Kissimmee. A three "new ones" looking for office, in children of all ages and for grown- "

For Marshal and Tax Collector.Vote Machinery: carried In stock March 31. business man of sterling qualities with the, addition to Messrs. Carson and Bryan, ups. R,:
s for Immediatehlpmcnt, Get cur I First ,and Second Choice young and active identified who are asking to be returned to that ':
," .for One: prices before placing your' orders I' The voting will be by first and second commercial: and social organizations the, body All three of the first named -. Visiting card printed by the Val- .A
MALSBY MACHINERY CO. choice ballots but this feature and numbering his friends by hardly need introduction to the peo- ley Gazette Job (Department ...

A. BASS --.. E. Day >ft::. ......._.....a.. ..... I will effect only one office at this pri score" be, undoubtedly will make a. "
Da mary-that of, mayor, for which three ,good race, and while not havinean. ,
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I I:candidates have been announced. nounced a specific platform (in fact, ,'.
a; G. W. VERSt'REET.: 1 1e' rl There are five candidates for council. no candidate for the position has doneso 00000..00000000+ ';1
manic honors, 'three of whom are to I ) gives assurance that he will carry '
be chosen-Messrs. Thomas and Bass, out the laws and'ordinances of the cityto ABSOLUTELY STOPS ALL LEAKS a ;

For, Members City Executive, Commit. 0TAYCASHOLD of the old body,. holding over. For \ a letter without fear or favor. lie i.a is .
". city clerk, two are in the running; I; member of the firm of Livingston & GRAPHELASTIC ROOF PAINT .:
two for treasurer and two for the responsible Tyson. .
Vote for Five: position of city marshal and John S. Cadel!, one of the leading SOLD UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEENOT
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c'b R. tax collector. A'city executive young attorneys of this thriving town
mittee is to be selected, as well eom-I is ambitious to become mayor. No one AN EXPERIMENT. BUT, AN ESTABLISHED TESTED PRODUCT
charter board for Kissimmee is better qualified, takes more interest I
of five members. The inspectorsof in the upbuilding of the city has Graphelastic will make an old roof at good as new. Any one can apply
::: .:::::::: :::: I BONES ing election will be Messrs. N.'H.'Brat- more friends, than he. Being the legal it For S years the standard roof paint of'the South: i

-. RUBBER .ton,'E G. Vans,Agnew, J. W. Lilly advisor of the board of county ,commissioners OUR PRICES Barrel 52 60c
1.c I COPPER and officially! connected ,: gallon, per gal. Half barrel, about .
while A. E., Thomas will officiate "
_______ __ ____ I I .TIRES BRASS clerk. ,as with ,trade organiiptions he has 30 gallon. 65c per gallon. Less than half barrel. 75c per gallon. : '
TUBES LEAD May. Not In Race +; shown Ms public-spiritedness to no Graphelattic will cover about 200 square feet to the .gallon. '1 1 1I

c Mayor II. R,; May who has been at little degree, and'if chosen to the Graphelastie IJt/Viid{/ Cement forjoof in very bad condition$1 l'per gal..
: 8 ROPE SCRAP IRON the ,head of the city government for i honorable position he aspires -to, will' I Graphelastie heavy cement 50 pound. 8c pound. '

r : : ::::::::::::=: ::: SEND>iT TO us WE RDlIT FIOnPI' three re-election years,.,Is He not has candidate1 made.*n excel for undoubtedly J. W. Thompson make ,a president good official.of the t Above price subject to 10%'' discount for per c.ih. .

Write'for Prkdist lent official! but U of,the opinion that city council U seeking "promotion"asking
- to be sent to the mayor's chair Graphelastie
others should share ia the honors, and I Manufacturing Co. -
,To Cur a Cold I. O.* Day, PDlINJl1AIHOAL CQ at the same.time informed his friends for a term. His record in the city
.Yi-baLAZATIUaaOaro0.1.1..It.lovetke. council shows weU his qualification GENERAL OFFICES JACKSONVILLE' FLA.
that he has personal interests whichrequires ,
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CMC 65T C.BAY .JACICSOMII ,nA. his constant attention Ills He has !always taken a deep interest.
-r-+- W.ttt oaOVJT. rcfmd MCMIM mcmrr U M It jn fell h ...to...COT, ZX.l .. record is a good one, and. speaks for in the promotion of the city's ink r- t." ... ..ottH..O..oooo... .,'

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY: MARCH' 9, 1117I lire

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; 1: Throughout 'Country 'j\r r ," '. _i f'
I 4 Potf'toM".rke s I W.C.T.U. COLUMN(I _

Experiencing .Tremendous Tumble' t andCouncil I The Favorite Store" of Ki .immee' I

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I 1 There will be a meeting of the 1
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A Frances WUlard Union Friday, February \ r "

f'.f: ,. It will 'be :interesting to note that choice at $2:75 to $2.90. 'Whlle.n.r- 9.,, .Let us have' as good an attendance ) ; : 'H

t the' potato market in the north and mudas were quoted generally at $11 as"we had at our last meet- FURNITUREWE ? .
to $12.some dealers asked for higher -
west has experienced quite'a tumble figures., Florida Bold at $3 for small. Ing. Two recruits'were added to our of the

,X .\ "within the past week or ten da"l.,and Sweet potatoes. advanced this*week. ranks. The social hour was filled

# "% according' to the Fruitman's Guide Most of the goods graded as poor but with reminiscences of past conventions :
(New York) indication. are that there choice sweets worked out on arrival at and-a spirited discussion of the : - "
will be,, a drop to a still much lower $1.88 to $2.25, with fancy .command- '
all All
'work in which participated. HAVE[ IT !-
figure. The following' clipping. from Ing $2.50 to $2.60. ,
the paper.mentioned are especially Interesting The Buffalo potato market Is very contributed, In making' it a most -
to the farmers of the+''com weak this week, this being entirelydue agreeable' meeting. We expect, to
' munity; to the.newspaper agitation regarding make the year of 1917'the best in our That seal,''with all It means to b
Chicago. the high coat of living, and the public might well be put
Measures of economy, boycotts 'and also ,to the..lnve tlgatlcSn* now being I history.'The on bottle that containsPERUNA '
Yo the general condition resulted in aM't made by the agricultural department.All .! editor of our'state paper,,the, every la connection with ear Hardware.Iia. wi carry a couplet

i drop; in potatoes of 15c to 25c a bush', this agitation has just knockedthe Good News, says she has been ''im fine of furniture. We make a specialty ef entfitOBf) homes, a.4fondle
el. Traders werto Inclined to Btay', bottom out of the potato market pressed more thinusual In preparingth reliable '
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",;,I out' of the market for the'time being ' and poato dealer in Buffalo is .' . J i
.;.. and there was little doing. Receipts ever owe a bunch of money owing' articles with the intense earnestness No other remedy ever offered the
.g were fairand movement slug to unexpected\ slump. The general exhibited. You can trace the American people has more friends Bed Room Furniture Dining :
l. gish. Wisconsin whites sold at $2.50 feelnig is that it ,will not last, and scarlet thread through the paper that after two generations of success; no
t't 1 to $2.65 for long, and.$:!.65 for round', that ,the weakness is only temporary; comes straight from the hearts of other remedy Is more generally other used Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par
'. -Minne ota-*white making the latter' but while the slump is on, it is doing Florida's noblest women. It is. more la the homes of the people)no ,
., figure. 'Western russets averaged a pile of mischief. than earnest-It is more than intenseit lias by been the so thousands enthusiastically; endorsed lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
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$2.85., Memphis breathes the spirit of "give me .,
w: In new potatoes, Florida hampers',I The demand for Irish potatoes' has liberty or give me death." 'May Flor- m.'sMrsmlo.The rouon Is found la nil .merit... local For or Couches Etc.
I I4 '. got the preference, particularly) No.' dropped off considerably as 'it seems Ida women as a unit catch this spirit andye.osiddebllii following, -

\\1' 2swhich advanced to $3. No. 3s'i the higher the market goes the less and hold it until prihibition is writtenin of nllabla the show and Y.rvo.will..f.. For Irregular b. enectlva.pp ti... ' .lE--rZ-.._ P- "'
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jumping to $2.50, with No. Is placed I the consumer takes to potatoes. There the constitution. Impaired dUmtton. and rao-dow' cyMeBi it -J/TJJM-I-L
I., .. at .$3.50. Stocks were liberalr Bar I are quotations in here from Wisconsinand Governor Sidney J. Catts of FloridaIt It InvaluabU looio. Jib store is makiar. a record for Itself ia the matter ef
: rels of Bermuda and Virginia were Minnesota from $2.95.4o$3 p.erL Is confidently expected that when Peruna may be obtained in '
; scarce and steady at $10 to $12 .and L bushel, sacked delivered, but none of the legislature, of Florida meets in tablet form for convenience.CHRISTIAN helping people |o outfit hone Come, and. see. Oar price art

; $7 to $10 respectively. the trade seem interested.: The west- April .it will pass either a statutory Coh-o....... 0.... right
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I Sweet potatoes advanced under [ rn states are quoting from $2.95 to prohibitory measure or one submitting

'small arrivals. Bidding was 'steady, $3.06, and in what trades are being the question to the peopl-8. Gov .. _. .
) fancy sound selling with avim, at $5 I made western stock is being purchased onion Catts, in his pre-election I -- - --;

.f' to $8 for barrels of Illinois and $1.40to , as very cars of Wisconsin and Min.. pledges, promised to stand back. of TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: ;
$1.60-for hampers-with Delawares;I nesota stock have been sold in here such legislation. The following state. ,
:... : worth $1.75, to $1.901 an<| Jerseys this-season on account of small size. ment was. given..by him..to the.pr sl I ,ENLEAVOR\ i .
sA e. $2.50. Baskets ., made Triumph potatoes size being inquired dent: of the Florida state W... CV T,' U. 'Ne'Matter.wasikWef I an:Eagiae-ye, tare-Cat, Steam,.
,r $1.50., for, but that is about all as when for publication. 'e
Buffalo the market prices are quoted the buy. "The American people of our day .We wonder.if our guest'Mr. Wyatt RaHread or Stationary Eafiae-we have exactly the T.... yesineed
.f The trend of values on potatoes is er seems to lose interest, as they are" more widely awake upon the question Kissimmee I>yew everyday wash-Wre. .tVee, Hanuser. CKIen ate. !:
t downward. This week nearby ..farm.Z claim that they will quit quoting Triumphs of temperance,, and prohibitionand Taylor-will-visit Surelyhe : all of the best quality .werkmantkip.., and at prices that trig _
sold at.$2.50 for .at high 'prices. Wisconsin caleof spirituous and would,enjojrit. "
I ers fancy spuds present the vinous, ... Tkis, store hu.thttepnhll" ef kanaVaf sly !
'' ----- surprise ,
,1o whichlast week;they were> 'offered and Minnesota are qaot ng.car. malt liquors than ever before.in the I '
"( $3.30--and indications point to still lots from. $3.60 to ;3.75 per bushel history of the world. Remarkable. Next Sundae is Dixie Endeavor Dayall hardware that i..f I ......01' qaalitr.aad ye. Will-Make .... .... / "

. lower figures. The regular dealers sacked delivered. Some Maine 'ship itjnay seem the higher class of people through the South and a,, special take .in coMiaf hen NOW and iaipectiaf ear. Mf IIeck. 'r{, "
,1 here could not quote this figureand pers are quoted as low at $3.40 and of the whole world- are turning to program has been arranged at, the*
. come out whole. Offerings were lib some as high as $4 per bushel.sacked the good effects'! of abstinence from All-South headquarters in Birmingham. '
.t eral. No. Is were quoted at $3 and.delivered. strong drink. The decree of the Cur -
:3 r ". .. u.jl of Russia put'vodka out of the Russian Copies are being distributed by \ ;
army and country In 'a single Miss Coffin state secretary for .the Osceola Hardware Company
j Boys' Pig Club Movement, Is Being day. Those in authority in the British drinkfor meetings held at' this 'celebration .in I
"' army have also Cut out strong Florida. .
} the soldiers. Shall we, the United :';

::1||::1.. Assisted.By Banking: Institutions. say States'No., be! -I behind believe these the countries,time ?will I Let'us know -how' you celebrate ':'t iV.;.

Dixie Endeavor in society .
Day
: your --- ----- -
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when = -------- '
come within the next four years ;
the United States will step out as a'' please. It will make good, cheerful :
'. Much interest is manifested of carload I Ruralist and Gazette
: being take advantage freight nationwide prohibition country. The news-matter for the depart
4n the Boys' Pig Club movement, in rates and also has a lowering effect on recent decision! of thesupreme'courtas press t'Southern'
}, which County Agent Evans has interested prices in some Instances.'" The con tQ the shipping! of whisky and other ment. Great Subscription Club BargainIn t
t \ himself for.some time. Quite an tract to be signed'by those desiring intoxicating: drinks into dry territoryhas ,
, impetus was given the proposition, affiliate with.the club is, as follows:: caused!= reformation In sentimentIn :Marcus" Fagg, "the children'sfriend _, ,
in
was a welcome visitor --
with the announcement that the banking t
regard ot this matter for we see .
West Palm Beach recently, and the
institutions of this vicinity arewillingto \'rt"""' nt dwfton 1IIemb rs'"f the that our courts- are backing the peopleIn Palm Beach Post'gave a lot of valuable order to give the public the best further introduction. The wall chart is
... assist by loaning money to Pig Club and...-..'.:,.._,..v-. ,..Trn.Me their endeavor' lead clean ,and space in its columns for pointersin all times the Gazette has entered I'a new work which consists Of three
....... the boys at a low rate of interest. ._ lives. The movement to ban. ar '
__,_?____ ."'___ honest Mr. Fagg's address. Two good ones South. double 'sheets 28x38 inches in site
It is expected that within a short nil!' is to certify that._-.___:....... ish the saloon from the city of-Washington were that he wid not get away off Into an arrangement'with the ,, ,
time"hogs) will be shipped; from thisvlciru"t has joined the Pig Club in-_...i: __ has encopraged the people very up on, the bandstand when speakingin ern Ruralist, one of the best farming bound eled strip together with,at metal the top loops by for an enam.hang.
in numbers
large judging '
from the enthusiasm which'' is being County, and'haa agreed to follow the much (while state after state is,join the city park, and that he spoke of periodicals the South, whereby a Ing. The front'sheet has a splendid
c "'' have I, advice and instructions' the County ing the dry columns. May the time his strenuous work for homeless chi! bargain subscription plan is offered ata of the world twautif ully colored

'. ...... displayed.beep filed with Many Mr applications Evans, who,will the Demonstration of Agent' which with respect has been, to I speedily ranks.come" 'when Florida- shall. join, dren as* a "privilege." Of course,'it is rate which will appeal to all. In addition and map varnished, showing' the steamer
care one pig, the Jhat.for him and everybody who loves
) later make a' regular canvass formembers. : purchased byJ.J .._...........-y,__ l1"work and 'the cause Tor which it those who take advantage of the routes with'distances between ports.of
Around the the all
have I margin flags
; are
d Cards of membership
I Trustee for banks In.___ ADVERTISED LETTERS be with a: new
OF
I as certain LIST is 'done., The city union of Endeavor- offer will presented also in miles
been been distributed filed with the and proper'officials.quite few have. i .._--_.. ....__. ....._-- -'' ers gave an informal reception for the Geographical Encyclopedia Wall .nations and. population areas of each square country. On,
, All boys who are desirous of identify If the club members fails to' follow The- following is 'the list of adver superintendent of the State Children's Chart, which in Itself is a thing of 'reverse side, illustrations of the Panama *
ing themselves with this undertaking,I the instruction of the County,Demonstration tilfe are asked to communicate or call on : Agent or neglects the pig in mee postofflce for the two weeks end something else that Mr. Fagg,greatly. for less than 150. data etc. On the next sheet is large, t'-
:; s the county agent at his office, where I any way that will impair proper ing March 12, 1917: loves. In other words for the small sum of and comprehensive map of your state,
. growth and development, the County Zelma Benjamin J. G. Beaman ((2)), ---- I .
\ J .applications can be had. $2.75 for a year's subscription to the showing each county colored separate.
. take the pll""' and dispose Chas. A. Byrd, Julia Chatt, Mack Cur.. In Winter' Haven tha Presbyterian ,
Some of the following points are .to Agent may Valley Gazette, you will receive your ly, railroads ,and distances, congress.
j, be considered No boy can.-obtain a of it In the 'best, way to refund the tie, II. A. Cobb Roxie Cody, Persila Society of which Miss Mary Byin on home paper for that period, as well as lonal and senatorial districts etc.
;: loan unless he joins the club and signs banks. Hill. Jl. B. Littler, Mrs. A. M. Met- is president, is now in the efficiency the great farming journal, which 'is Aruond 'the margins are portraits of"
'.t 11 a, contract. No loan will be recommended .In consideration of the confidence calf. Geo. Moore Mrs. Harry Montgomery campaign what is called a* standard printed twice a month, for three all the Governors of the State and;
unless the pig to be purchased placed in me, I agree to pay._..... Mrs. Hettie T. McLoughlin, J. society. They have ordered an efficiency : years, also the wall chart. Each one when each served. On the reverse
is of the Duroe-Jersey breed. This is ..*.._....-Trustee, within 18 months W. Pearson, Miss Annie May Powell, chart, and have three graduated of these alone is worth the price asked side Is to be found complete Gaze >
"I, ,"' for the of standardizing the from date $::_.__-.<_...,.....with interest Mist Debbie Prescott,. B. J. Prince, efficiency expert members. This for the excellent combination. The teer of the state, with the last census.
,'; hogs produced purpose In this county; which T t..___..........per cent. from Ceo: Robinson, Jim. Welch, Josephine live society lain_southwestern district.; Gazette's subscription is $2.00 'peryear Thethird sheet contains a good col.'
{ ', will enable several shippers to cooperate date. Weaver"(2)( ), J. B. Ward, Weeks &; l' : the Southern Ruralist' $1.50 for ored of the United States, also a
. _. ........... .._ _.. Tampa Times last week told of map '
'f shipping! carload lots. Th! ........ .- ..-- --- Brown. The three years,' and the Geographical Encyclopedia Standard Parcel Post map of the 4
!i1 1 \ ,\ Duroc-Jersey is one of, the' standard (Signature of club member) o union meeting held in Tampa I Wall Chart is retailed United States with full parcel post Information 'l
.r breeds for.all-around purposes. The This .agreement, when properly For' two weeks ending March '19th, in which its six Young People'aSocieties $1.60, which goes to show what. bargain laws?.regolations, etc* also
.! .' Marlon county pig club specializes in signed by any club member selectedby 1917! ', were represented. 'At this I is offered' at this time- and if populaton of the prnclpal ctes of the
''i the Hampshire breed of hogs. In the County Demonstration Agent Miss Neva Allen (2)), Mrs. Savannah enthusiastic meeting plans were laid i you take advantage of the new offer Unted States. The whole work giving
:" some counties, the error is made -of becomes an order for the amount nam-. Alexander, T. F.Bishop, C. B.'Be for a splendid time in March when you' will get all for the little sum,Jf 'forty-two square feet of maps and
.. ". producing two or three breeds. This ed. therein. moTi, Bryan: & Potcct, Miss Pauline Field Secretary Wyatt Taylor of Columbia I- $2.75. valuable information needed in.eYer,.
: operates against the shipping 1 so as to .__.._.:-.-..:__._........_-Trusted *-?. Burntley7 'Mrs. Mattie Brnotor Miss : S.'C., visits' the largest city in Never before has such an-offer been home, office and school
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Alva Bass. John Carey; Miss 'Alma South' Florida. We like this way of
"' .. ------------------------------------- -- made to the public, and it will be wise As said before, this is an offer that
.\. ,- regret-.here Clement, Elton Edwards, J. P. Entanza planning things away'ahead' It is the for' all those who have not yet sub everyone should avail themselves of at
much he well
ON CITRUS CANKER liSt as was '
FIGHT J. N. Mrs. Jennie Hays, business-like
Gregory, way.
scribed for the Gazette to take advantage once. The plan\ will work quickly, so
TO CONTINUE; BILL IS PASSED and favorably known in this city, Mr. JIrHamilton. Dave B. Hughes, J.: Morng of it-'at once, as it will in on the ground floor while' the
0 ---- Rooney'was formerly secretary of the > John Montgomery, Ganlos McBet, In Georgia they have a superintendent ., last only a limited time. Everybody ",,01n'a. good."* t
News of great importance to the Ray Ogble, Ben. Peterson, ,John M. of extension work, and it is Mrs. I '
to-the.
? Ocala board of trade and one,of' the knows the merits of the Gazette&nd' Bring your new subscription' fitIg.et
. 'peopel' of Florida is that the'agricul best known development1 workers inthe'south. Prescott, Ellery S. Reynolde..Ilarry A* Mable Langford' Mathis, who before. ,the reputation of the SouihernJBural- I Valley Gazette office, or mall it to ua
i : tural appropriation bill, carrying San ers. Clarence Scott: ,. W. Thomas her marriage was the Georgia secretary sat Is such that the magazine needs no) : *, ,
:::. .$430,000 for the completion of ,the His death occurredat Webb, E. R. Willson. ,that hustled\ work under all kinds ,immediately __.J ,' ..
,f } work of eradicating citrus canker in Ocala Monday. For years he had been B. B. SIMPSON. of obstacles which now are done away'

..t 1 'Florida This insures, was passed the*continuation by the senate.of the engaged development work in this Postmaster.{ with\ in the effort.progress We can of southern realize how organized c;;A. CARSON, .....Ido.L N. BRYAN, Secretary: )

( 1.; work-virtually without pause, a, the state., For a long time he was assistant SOLDIER, BOYS TO RECEIVEBIG she enjoys successful service in-these
' .''old appropriation was exhausted Only industrial agent of the Seaboard days of shower.of blessing over South. ': ,
':., on March 1. Of the $430,000 appropriated Air'Line( with headquarters at Jacksonville WELCOME UPON ARRIVALIn ern Christian Endeavor work. W.. A. The Waters & Carson "IT :
; ,. $250.000 is available only if a and he contiibutsd: greatly to --- Gamble, Jr., Is Georgia's young president
, .f similar amount is appropriated by theI the organization of fruit and vegetable ]line with cities throughout the and, an all right sort of one, tool
state legislature, but the remaining .: country to give the soldier boys a '
: in dif::rent associar
a $180,000 is available anyway. tions. growers Lately he 'haa been- promotinghte royal welcome upon their return from 'In Cocoanut Grove: the Congregrtional
sale of soft phosphate, and was the border, Kissimmee will not; be outdone society.of grown-ups has just Grocery Company
DEATH OF J. D. ROONEY IS moat popular throughout Florida. and when our military. company, had a re-election of o titers. Miss
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arrives there will Le..a oem,nstration Olgo Kent is the new president, and
t ; CAUSE OF MUCH REGRET: HERE.The Alan i and an entertainment for them> which Mr. Dewey Johnson, new secretary. 'I
" : MacDanough' has gone to will be one of the biggest things ever Miss Katharine Lucal yet the splendid I Wholesal. and Retail Dealer in ;
this week of the Jacksonville be several ,
\ announcement to away ,days hapening in this community. and during the summer
reporter
; /f'' death of J. D. Rooney of Ocala, caus- on a business mission.- The Board of Trade has a live com' when she is in Ohio, Miss Hazel.Felk. -

.' mittee in charge of the matter, and ner will take wish every : ,GROCERIES'
these assisted by the'citizens in genenral. society, had a wide-awake reporter. -
t DIXI"EFLYER-I DIXIE I I LIMITED I .'will.man out a program In* few GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
days: that will be awaited' with inter J''..re
, ALL-STEEL ELECTRIC-LIGHTED TRAINS FOR. est. '

;. CHICAGO ,AND. St''' LOUIS'I ORANGE CENTER NEW ITEMS S PM.LS . . . . '. . . ... . 0 . .. ..,. . ....r' .
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DIXIE' FLYER "DIXIE LIMITED IAB.. l!i MRAC JBV. A SELL '. '.' WE BUY: eIIAT
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. Lv Jacksonville C L *M PM Lv Jeeksonvllle.. ACL SJS AM Mr. J. It. WHtesid sot Okolona, _. ___._." 0 ..
/ Ar Macen ...;'._:OS&F 4J5 AM Ar M.cen....-:_,..08&F.C.II PM Miss., arrived here Sunday., He is tHfm tteW..... au.-.wlHc. .
C Ar Atlanta_.cor G 7... AM Ar Atlanta..... CofG' 7.SO PM interested in the Dixie .Produce "Com ,, ....CIrr'LL/1La.aaa- e .BIDES .
.Ar Chattaneeca .KG I It I"'12.12 PM Ar Chattanooga. 1C IIU ,11.43 PM pany. t GRAIN : l
Ar.N..vll.-"IIIL 44S PM .Ar N.ahvlll..IClStt. 4.07 AM The Orange Center Sunday School __Iio.u........_ .. '. .. FURS ?
t I f Lv Na.Mlll.atsstl S.1S PM Lv Nahvlll..L&N 44S AM held an election Sunday and elected IilSTS EVttVWHHB\ 0 FERTILIZERS 4 1.
Ar St. Loul _?.? Ie 7.20 AM Ar Evensvllle .-.....LANL 8.38AM officers for the coming year. H. B. 9 4> WOOL .
'f{ 7 Lv Nashville___.LAN; "4.5J PM Evansvllle .:.....&N *.4$ AM'' Whitaker, superintendent; Mr Will 0 4> ..
EYIIMVIll..uU/Il/ 9.58PM10.2S Ar St. Louis .....L& N 2.00 PM SHINGLESORANGE O .
Ar ; Shock, assistant superintendent; Miss ., 4>' AND 4
1'' LvEvanvHle >...C4EI. PM Lv Evansvllle ..,.,C&EI US AMY Iona Keen, secretary, and Mr.. P. K. .. ', BOXU. ';
12.08 PM Ar Vlncenne.C&EI' 10J.6 AM o '
CAEIAr '
T. Lv Vlncenne- Kibbe ALL
treasurer.! .
US AM Ar Terre Haute..C&KI 11... AM. ...
I Terre Haute.CAEI: Ohio visitor o t.
of
Mr. A. J. Turner was a WRAPS .
ORANGE ,
& 5.1J AM Ar D.nvlll..C&EI 1.17 PM a
Ar Danvlll.-. COUNTRY
i-f: selecting ,
( in Orange Center Saturday _
,
7.10AM. Ar Chicago--C&EI. PM .
'Ar.Chlcap..C&EI ,
S Compartment and O.......tfa>n tlbrmry Steeping Can comfortable. roomy sad ,..,,. a fine ten-acre tract near Black in VEGETABLE CRATES 0 '.. '" PRODUCE" .
Lake.He expects. move down
? Jaek.o.rilb Dnwtnt-Roora Chte..o.Slavplnt Car, IseluonTfll" to Chio..o und St.**LouU.Prawtn . the fall. ., CRATE NAILS \ e .
. .
4' .- !e t.AU.nis.Wac. Center' wassuccessful In -
,7c ( DLta h.twu$o.n hr.Ca.eb.shleb-b.ek.e.ta..r.s all meals._&.,Karrio eleetra*ala-Cart litbted. ,'7aeluo.rya. to Chle* o. their Orange fight' for, an eight-nionth school.: .... ... . 0 .0 . . . . 0 . .k . e e

roe .'1''."'.. .P..T'; ..,t...,.. oa. ....._rdtaNAMLV . Alex. Findley of Orange Center received '.11111.1 We aeU'6elcl end garden feed of all kinds.
+ T.oar TMKCT' a.tNT' orA. a new Ford last week. I ;
'COAST CINE I RAILROAD /A. visit to Mr. Stokes'- grove "near Wi give special attention to,fitting out hunting and camping parties..
Y= ATLANTIC, Orange Center showed that the fruit ,Free delivery in city limit. Tbone.; No. 12. .
!;THE TANDAHO-: RAILROAD Of THC SOUTH", c' In this section has"suffered little from We are county agent for good fertilizer, Ask n* for circular and pnc m *..
.. ...KlnKLAND . I '
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a.,. '.,.,._' _..w.rniTOT...... ..t a T a,.. v.JACKSONVILLE '.9. .. ,.",.... ........-.. ..cut' a. e. U; the small recent freeze. Only .a' few of the ''ea i fertilizer*.. .?... _ -1' ..,.. _I'J' V.l "J f +
trees bet ing Injured .
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,11: THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY; GAZETTE/FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1917


GAZETTE .. ACTION HIGHLY COMMENDABLE: DEATH OF JOSEPH WHITNER J I ..... 000 0.00 00 00 .oo 0 '..." .. ... .... .... ...
VALLEY
THE KISSIMMEE(

Friday. Thai. action of the couny commissioners )In favoringthe CAUSES MUCH-SORROW HERE it i.
blUhe4 Kvrry Classified Advertisements(
Offlp !. Valley timnrtt 'Belldlaav ''HII..... KlearUlaW. work. and expressing themselves willing .to arrange The death of'Joseph Whitner,,.,which 'i L-' I

for vat' construction, which will insure the locating. occurred ai 'Sanford a few days ago, .
B. HAUHIS sad H. O. VAN A ON K W OwMra.MAX
P. MORITZ, E.lt. Klasimmee of,an interstate ,dippin vat recognized' by the caused 'widespread sorrow throughoutthe . .. . . . . ._.-_. &.&. _. &- .& .&&. .,F-& & _&&& & &&.&& & _.. & & & && -

Tle.a..e II. government, i. highly commendable. Brought to their community.Being; one of the best GENERAL FARMING is prentable FOR SALE

attention by Pat Johnston, chairman of committee of cattlemen known citizens of the state and numbering In Florida. To know Florida's possibilities 40 acres 4 miles from Kissimmee 16

appointed a few nights ago by the board of trade, his friends and admirers by I for live stock and poultry acres in cultivation, 3-room house,

EMBiRSTATE and a full explanation'of the project by'Dr. E. M. Nigh the score in Osceola county his loss raising, dairying fruit and truck stables,' 12 bearing orange trees, ,
will be keenly felt in circles. several young' trees, fine large
bert head of the tick Florida many
eradication work in who read the Florida Farmer
growing,
The following tribute to the good man maple trees in front yard; some
was present upon invitation;'the importance of the proposition is nof Editor Jog Reesr '' and Homeseeker.' Six months' trial rich muck ]land] great snap; only

was Immediately realized. 'While the details are of the Orlando Reporter-Star: subscription, 25 cents. Sample] copy $25 per acre Best of reason for .,

yet to be worked out, It is safe to.say, that nothing will "A wave of genuine sorrow swept free. Address Florida Farmer and makingsacrifice.. 10 acres crop ,.

be' left undone to swing the project, and that within a over Orlando and Orange county when Homeseeker. Box 860, Jacksonville, ;planted. Better hurry. 60x140
the news of Jo! Whitner's'death was 3-room cottage, porch, lot feet,
reasonable length of time the required number of dippingvats published. He had been active in lead Fla. ,52tfFOR flowing well, only $400; cash $50;

I' will be in operation, and interstate movements of erdhlp among, the prominent men of single harness balance lkie paying rent. Own your,

PRE cattle from this point will be solved, and the government I this section for a number of y8rs and SALE riding-Light saddle bot hat a bargain own home. You can do it so easy.
i iI ii a ;
will apply the final inspection and certification here at ,and was ,a large figure in furthering 901 Mabbette street.. We havs three splendid suburban
its material development uo to t*< hornet at bargain prices, fine I locations -
i Kissimmee. This means an added industry to the com day of his death. Joe Whitnr cam and well equipped for comfort,
......rl.tlo. HaleI munity, as well as the saving of thousands (I f dollars to in the class*, of men who may be regarded DWELLINGS for rent, apply] to M I and profit; let us show you. '
.. ... __...__ .' Tiller /
.. .. ** )
'
One One Copy Copy., One SI* Month Year'y._______-_,-______-'_'_'_*___...__' __.""-- *. __..______. _.___ ..75r home in inclining 40 land in all
Jpe Copy, Throe Month- -< -- great breeding'ground for cattle of quality that wlU attract any company, largely I FOR RENT-B-room furnished house improvements, acres ;
. 'attention to politics, but not for' the love i close in, $4 per week.. E. E. Well, price $5,000; terms, if desired; see
All :communications cept-froni our'authorlsed cor- everywhere. The quick action on the of the frame so much as for the re Insurance and Real Estate,.. 104Po us for special bargains. ,
.... Rejected.. mu.t matter be will al/Cnt'd not by be the returned writer.,unless called for" part,of all who have interested themselves in this great'' .. He 'was found always on the pM l Ave: Phone 242. 7-tf NELSON REALTY'' COMPANY._

work 'speaks well for the enterprise of the community.The conservative side, standing staunchly .
(Entered: In the" Potofrtc at Kllmmee. Florida a* federal cattle quarantine against the state 'of for 'his principles, but not allowing FOR SALE: --A five-room bungalow FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Jersey
Bwcond-cla. matter.) : himself to become worked into a frenzy on West Vine street, deep well, bull 16 month old, a beauty for his
Florida] has long been recognized as a serious condition. against his opponents He was windmill and tank, 3,000 gallons; age. Will sacrifice for $30., O. P.

MARCH 9, 1917 . The cattle owners, shippers, traders, and transportation calm-minded and believed In the 'sur- shrubbery and ornamental tree; McCabe, Kissimmee Park. lit
_-- companies engaged in the handling and"'movement of,cattle vival of the fittest; the victory of the buy from owner: save middle man's
best in the ultimate. The real Whit commission A. C. CHAPMAN. ,-U FOR SALE-Steam laundry, fully !
from the demand for'.tock
Vote! resulting; on account oi heart however equipped' with ail] modern machinery
ney was in seenig the
>r improved market conditions 'throughout the'country, is fine country, which he had come to FOR SALE-Well established mercantile ; doing good business. Owner' .'.

Vote earlyl! largely due to {ilhe( scarcit/ stocker and butcher cat love so well, grow into the realization business. Other business requires personal attention is,required with
of his owner's time. Box 316 Kis other interests. Write. or call and
tie. dreams. Back in' the days of
'
.
simmee. 7tf nee plant in operation. A. F. Krit*,.
the terrible freeze ha had faith when
'') it Let the,best men'Win I The people of Florida. must appreciate,that quarantine Kissimmee, Fla. lltg:
. .,... ; others lost it. His steadfast and unflagging -
restrictions! are established by, the enactments of state FOR SALE-Whjte LeJl'horn'settinftll,
,
.{.:o. optimism inspired others to WANTED:-By & family of adults a

.)Have.you selected! :the) "winnersT! ."! ..",,,;,,.: "---r---....,.,,.:.',.," and federal law.. Persons and companies that violate remain and fight it out and) he had the $1.00., SAM.LUPFER. Phone 222. furnished house for the summer for ,
J these laws must run the chance of prosecution. The'prei-:' satrtf tort of-winning the -:! 62-tf acting as caretakers. Inquire.. ,at 30.\

i ; Don't forget the city primary tomorrow. ence of the cattle fever tick in.the state brought about Belf and seeing others coma out alongside Bats street. ,,-- -
with glowing faces and bulging Livingston ,
TOMATO PLANTS 5,000,000 .
s
N this cattle quarantine condition. Cattle owned in the vI.'dnity"of'lnter.tate exchequer. He had the hardihood of Globe now ready, $1.25 perM FOR SALE.-.Xot JD:, Block, in Done.
The tire laddies are working overtime these days..: lines. muSf-Tecognize the\ provisions the pioneer and the zeal of.a' i ,
'. , .. Pilgrim; here. Grown on new land, from gang subdivision to N. Kissimmee.
,- .. of law governing the movement of cattle from* Florida the fellowship for his brother man best seed; -guaranteed free from I Henry James, Brock, Sask., Canada.

P Vote right! Remember first and second choice! into other states. Quarantine provisions get mope< rigid which near kinship to nature giverand root knot or blight. J. R.' 'Davis, J 9-tf
the vision which the
brightens
'
Bartow Fla.]
,
each year The government has been very active in__upholding sunrise of promise and gilds the sun- WANTED-Salesman and Collectorfor
Some more to worry about: Easter, Sunday, April 8. these provisions.To glow of hope." FOR SALE-Fifteen acres in South- Kissimmee and Osceola county;

get ,relief from this condition vat constructionand -- west Kissimmee. Either In a single Apply to A. W. Carter. Box 669r '
Remember when the cattle tick out the dollar COMMUNITY FESTIVAL ONE tract or in five-acre lots. W. IL Orlando, Fla. 12-3t
. goes dipping cattle regularly in every county under official I :
I FUNK Leesburg, Fla. 3-8t
I comes Ins! supervision must be established at.as early a date OF INSTRUCTIVE. PLEASURE I FOR SALENew'Ford car, model

as possible. The states adjoining Florida] through their FOR SALE-6 lots in cultivation,' 1917, run only 500 miles, fitted,with
The Community\ Festival under the flowing well] 6-room house, No. 18 adjustable] rim! natural wood
No farm can afford to raise ticks and cattle at the and officials
county state with the federal of
government auspices the Chautauqua Association Alden street, corner Verona. See wheels, cheap. Call E. .T, Hawley]
same time. co-operating are spending large sums of money ,in vat closed Monday evening: what Mr. Hoffman at house or write Ed Graystone Inn. .

i copstruction and systematic dipping of cattle to eradi- has been" termed by many the best series LaLond at Tremont Hotel, Tampa, "

Why can't Kissimmee have a Y. M. C. A.; asoa Y. cate the fever tick. By following this example citizensin of'entertainmerfts even given InKllIsimme. Flu. A bargain. 10.3t OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-lOc a
.. .' a bundle. Good for wrapping purposes .'
W C. A.St Florida will.get relief from restrictions now imposedand From the' opening number on WANTER-Six or seven-room h.>ue, II eta Apply] at Valley Ga .

t enjoy the privileges of improvement of cattle and 'development Thursday evening of last week to th"- modern, central location; will ''rent zette. 10-tf
*Our soldier boys will soon be home-they'll be. Welcomed of the stock to the very best advantage.The clone, each feature was a treat in :itself by year. Apply Sanderson Co. Jew- I
some
with arms. and taken as a whole it far ex- elry Store, 26 Broadway. WANT to make trade ot kind
open movement to eradicate the tick. is the I
first
step carded the entertainments usually for an automobile. Address Wm. K.

in improving the cattle industry and marketing to the presented in cities of this size. The AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS, 25e- I Sargent, West Patrick street, or
;a Something to think about-Cattle ticks suck "$50,000-: best advantage; and all citizens'will be benefited. County program was well arranged with plenty Pocket size Florida Auto Road MUD general delivery, city. 10-tf '
POO yearly from the South! of musical features alternatingwith complete and newest edition. Offer .
officials and citizens of the various counties are being FOR SALE-One small Iron safe at
the more educational lectures to for short time On ] '
sale at
to ] act in this Tick only. a bargain. State Bank of
urged immediately matter. eradication suit the diversity of tastes and all KJ.sim 11;
Gazette office.
;; Valley 10-tf
Something to about: A famine in sauerkraut
worry mee. 10.2t"
relieves the state of serious cattle
a disease. The were of the highest class. Each event --
in the eastern and' northern states. work.,is 'a practical business proposition and will pay. was a hit with the audience wh';h ,I' '

The government is co-operating with this end In view.' eVnicsd: its pleasure.and appreciation EVER WANT TO BE PIRATE? I boarding school, is 'inspired by the

It Things to work for! The Bulkhead, Interstate Dip-' in frequent and hearty. applause., No I VISIT DIXIE THEATRE AND SEE wild yarns spun by Meeks the butler,

pang :Vat, Boys' Industrial School. GAZETTE'S WORK one can really measure the influence of his life on the ocean wave. With! ''
RINGS RESULTSFar of such a meeting.just closed on a "
Nearly ,everybody isometime or the aid of her summer's
community, :whether it be for more ef- spending 11

Iii Dispatch' says "Kaiser had a chill." From all, indications '< be it lrc>m'this paper throw bouquets at itself] ,, ficient business principals, for cleaner: other Gladys has Hulette wanted, the, to charmntg be .a pirate.little money, she secretly rents a rakish
hell have worse than a chill before moons. streets and a more beautiful schooner-re-christens it "';I'he'! Bucketof
many but in the matter of an interstate dipping vat for this section mee as urged by Ben KISSlm-j star of the Thanhouser Company, and .

the Gazette has done a wonderful piece of work for cleaner, more efficient body, a Agnes C. Johnston, the scenario Blood, recruits a motley crew or

Spring is ambling along, and-those of us who cannot the community, which is appreciated by the public in general er mind and a happier viewpoint as writer, are two of thosewho have. tramps and hoists' the black flag. Her; '

afford an.' auto, are.exercising our joints by hopping'. to 'judging from presented "by Susanna Cocroft; a Miss Johnston has written for Miss many adventures! and the near tragedy ., .: "
that
the compliments being
many are Hulette called "Prudence the
,
a story
n'l Id.. fl" , ".', \\n:" ,,'J4 ,,il.,(, ", clearer vision of'the foundation of I resulting from the I.rk. is a thrilling : ""ii t",
? received. A little Dr
.., n," ""' "" "", : : over two weeks'e8o. ,. Smith, of Ja'ckJspnvilleTwasJln : society, .,that right, must prevail Pirate. It has been produced under ,
: Kissimmee,and the matter waa ? the direction of William Parke and la v story, mingled with, ,a H.delightful. !
" Important against and , . .
+ ,, : corruption ? :. bribery{ as ' " "* ".". ".*
It-mattora notJwho nominated rJii' the to be shown at the Dixie Theatre Sat' of >
ja
] ] primary -called toour attention;:Steps were at oncetaken by this wrought out in the pretty drama of sense, comedy. :
morrow-well have splendid] set'of"city officiate urday matinee and night. A dash of Treasure Island, mixed:
just Thursday evening or the wonderful
r the paper to give :the subject all,possible publicity; the citizens Inspiration that comes from musical ,You remember that delightful Pathe with equal parts love and romantic

r same. .. generally were aroused to- action;,,,*the board of productions when presented by the ar- Gold Rooster play "The Shine Girl:' adventure, combine to make this;
trade's attention was called to4/'the important proposition; ists. Here is the same com bi nit ion that Pathe Gold Rooster play produced Jby, i
An exchange cites 'thll' fact that "any fool can talk, committees 'Vere appointed from that body to investi- 1 made "The Shine Girl" a hit. Gladys Thanhouser, an exceptional five jeeler] i
+, but the fellow who acts I. the one who creates the biggeststir Hulette] is the star, William Parke is
STATE ENCAMPMENT G. A. R. TO a
in 'the world. gate; Chairman Johnston of the said committee, invitedr. the director and Agnes C. Johnston Is Mrs. Guy C. Scott, of Aledo, Jll.,
E. M. Nighbert of Jacksonville, head of the state tick BEHELD. HERE DURING" APRIL the author. In addition to this, the left for her home Saturday after a

eradication work, and as 'a result the bounty commissioners The annual encampment;---- State De- cast supporting Miss Hulette] includes week's visit with her friend, Mrs. II.
"Concilll Cunctatorefr"-whatever"it is-is a new malady Flora o'inch-well remembered for' W. Boice at her pretty home on Vine
with which the Miami city fathers are afflicted : were interested in the great undertaking to such an partment, Grand Army of the Republic her work with the late John Bunny street. Mrs. Scott has been spending-
according -
to the extent that they have signified their Intention to cooperate will be held in Kissimmee April Riley Chamberlain] and Barnett Park a month at Punta Gorda, and will
Metropolis of that city. : with the cattlemen and the government in having 3rd and 4th, which Is expected to' be make the homeward trip via Chicago
S
f this point,designated as an interstate shipping point. the most important in the history of er.Prudence, full of fun and fresh from to visit friends here.
Senator Park Trammell has appointed .7 L. the organization. Committees are -'
Kelly
as
This is in line with _. ,
strictly the
policy of the Gazetteto -- -
his private secretary :the latter having been associated working out the different plans, and --
a with Senator Bryan for a number of work, unceasingly for the welfare and upbuilding of delegates will be here during the encampment ... .... '....

years. Osce'ola] county as a whole, and in the,present matter it from all sections of the

tfi has scored quite a victory. The many compliments from' state.

Nowadays when a girl kisses a chap who smells of .the public, the officials and Dr. Nighbert himself] are; The Gen. O. Howard Post, No' 3, GRAYSTONE HOTELHERBERT

+f onions she at all events has the consolation, of, knowing appreciated and more work along] this line can be looked held an interesting session Wednesday
that her beau must be there with afternoon, wRen matters pertaining to
the long .
green. for i in the future. the anual, gatherig were discussed.The WICHTENDAHL, Mgr

detailed program of entertain- ..
Tis strange! At Casino 'tother night ladies who loved The query of the Tampa Tribune "Who's paying for ment, and other features will be_ arranged --- ----.:--- II

R their husbands were asked to stand up.-there wasn't one the. Everglades] junket, and why?" has brought about and given{ out for publication" DAY RATES
r-eaponse-and wasn't alone within the next few days.
,we there either much interesting discussion throughout the state and the

following answer from the Everglades] Drainage League, DEATH OF M. J; BEELER 'WITH BATH, 3.00'
: Now Is the accepted time for everyone possessing a (in part) id forthcoming: "Th entire cost 6f thetrip .

little patch of ground In the backyard or around his home was a little less than $4,000, of this amount the county Word has been received here announcing WITHOUT BATH, $2.50

to plant something. The "crop" will come in mighty commissoiners of Dade and Broward counties the death 'of M. J. Beeler,
together ..
which occurred February' 26. Mr. .o..o..o..o..o . .o..o . . .o. o..oooo.oo.<<
handy! appropriated about $750, and the city councils of Miami Beeler arrived at his destination on

and Ft. 'Lauderdale appropriated $350. About $250 was the'' 25th and seemed quite well, but .

The Stuart Times has been consolidated with 'then raised by private subscription In West Palm Beach, $500in the following. morning he was drowsyand -- if

Vessenger.of that enterprising community .which means Ft Lauderdale] and the remainder in Miami. The indigestion never got at his up.home lie in died Missouri.of acute Do You Have .

a bigger and better paper than has 'been issued from ; largest subscription In Ft. Lauderdale was $50 from one Mrs. Beeler] resided here for sometime "

I there) in the past., t' bank.' In Miami the largest single subscription"$200 'and occupied the house on Em INDIGESTION ? .

1 from one land company, and the next highest $100 from a mett street, where Judge Lilly now -

The omnibus bill having been 'knocked into a cocked ; bank. The bulk of the money was raised by subscriptions lives. TAKE a

'hat In the Senate ..recently, Florida cities will rot get the of $5 and $10 from business men and citizens. 'The I MA,"OR'I'I' PROCLAMATION! '

' 'federal buildings this 'year.they have been wishing for, money was raised an expended under, the direction of I. Under and. by --virtue' ; of the. power REGULATOR TONIC

''t ;and'needing badly. The rivers and harbors bill met its committee of. citizens of West Palm Beach The people vested In, me, t. It. It .May iiorlda Mayor of PILLS'a
the City of Kllmme do
.untimely death] as well, which means that there'll. be noth. who paid' the expenses did so in the hope that the mem- hereby announce, proclaim and declare WASHINGTON MEDICINE COMPANY
bers of the legislature after the that an flection will be held at ,
,
Leg doing along this line either seeing Everglades and '
!
In
the City Hall laid city' during the
a', the status of the drainage work might be induced, to enact legal hour of voting on Saturday, the Hibbi BUfi Washington, D. C.
stet day of March. A. D. 1M7. for the .
I
evidence such laws as would'make. the Everglades reclamation of electing the following of fleer In Three '
Upon presented to Governor Catts by Hon. purpose. Sizes, 25c 50c. and $1.00 }
a reality. for the term of one year, via; "
Grady Burton a leading. attorney and Dr. Francis P. One Mayor '. J

4 Lopez prominent physician of Arcadia, the chief executive .. One One Clerk Marshal, and Tax Collector ")
Twelve thousand is .
has declared the estimated total acreage of One Treasurer )
vacant the offices of three members of
s spuds growing in and around Hastings, which will Also to serve for this) term' of two ,.
board eclectical meangreat '
the state of, ] medical examiners. Sensa- years: Plant Peanuts
tional charges have been made, In that many quack'doctors things for the farmers of that,, section if the Three member of the City Council.I .. ---Supply Scarce
hereby appoint n. N. M.Gardner.
weather conditions favorable Dratlon.t. ..
'are licensed to prey, upon the public and :from all remain ; Tis) said to be a, R. D. Qulce aa Inepectora,' and White Efpan'lah One D.. 15 D.. ... 9

a indications therell] be some interesting. developments. wonderful sight and the suggestion Is made to the, St. 11:! Shearoute.' aa "clerk, of .aid elec.lion . North Carolina Two Crop.h.7.Crop....__._._._I_,JI;.__;.._..-.-...._.<.T' 'I.S'166Ho.no.kI ,
} : Augustine Chamber of Commerce) to bring visitors' ,in In wltnms/ whereof I have,, hereunto Extra Early King. Cotton Seed_,.......... . _""__ 1.00 1.0 ,
.r Sea ..'
7 Inland Cotton Seed-L--ilUmill I'IIJ. .
on their' large numbers; to Hastings and see the sight presented by ::t.X' the hand aeal a* of Mayor said of city' ald to city be hereunto and- Bloomfl..ld'a477" Bushel Prollflo Flint Seed 'Corn.- .._.-.-.._.._ Leo 160 .see.15 i.
Tomorrow the
Seaboard
will :feature dining the fields at this time In the of .fnxed.this ISrd day of February, SELECTED Tom Watson Melon Seed . .....*._.__75o Ib, ego In 6-lb lots
cars Florida oranges by special menus and different course ,an article along A., D-1.7. Recleaned Beggar Weed Seed..,...__. _. ..?..SOo Ib, Sic In-.otb lot.
,
type of, orange drinks, and foods, the object_ being the this line the' St. Johns ,County Herald says: "Farmersre ,:Mayor: of City H of R,Kaalmraee., ()AYE Sudan' Natal Oraaa Oran e aeed------------------------x... ..-_-..___....__.,.....,..-__,a._.......too.40o Ib Ib,, 4io 16o In In 6-lb 6-lb lots lot, !
hauling out wagonloadsTof barrels, and those who do Seal or Japan Clov.r*...__..*... .. .IOo "
( *
observance of "Orange Day"with a judicious"advertis their Attest: .J. R. GILBERT 100/Day Velvet Bean.__..._..____..._.- V..V._lT.T bu, |i.70ll".8810 -
own coopering! are working away merrily, the Velvet .__._...........
ing of Florida fruit. .This Is in line with the Southern bad City Clerk ll-4t Bean 1.00 bu. l.sa In C-Bu Iota
f rel factories are working :full capacity and the fa. c.'of Lisn't All kinds ot Sorgrhum and Millets fellow' and White Dent Bead '
Padflc Railroad,' which will observe ."National Orange Corn, Maryland Whit., Hickory King!, Ila.tlnr Prollflo, etc. Brabham
Later maldng'an'body, faint just now.:? piles Cared IN 6 to H Day*' land Iron Cow Peas Ask for n "large Tot. Write fr jU.>.t l.tBloojjnfie ., i
Day In the ensue manl\ r. in th. season the Sea- ''I ,C.t ...._ ,,.
; board announces," it will inaugurate !,F "National Grape. If v Teem r tan will/to:/ore refudvoncy atftrcaM/ e4'U'>AZO t
,.$ ,1 pur counts to haye.g{od r adl/t is up to .yon .U.d.BW. dl i.! cM-ProtT.. 'Jait Day./ / and every-.cltlxenNtoVctr-and: act..: y. tas ant appl eauoa iP-sw Yd.,... OOa, I . ... ,;

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1. |-'-INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 1 + fl'i .

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------ THOS. H. INCE -
PRESENTS

a' ......t.tt..o..o.oo. Glass Sugar Bowls '5c while they '
l last at the Gift Shop. Dixie i i Theatre THE MILLION-DOLtAR SPECTACLECivilization "I

Weather _ .
; ReportFollowing Opining of Dixie Theatre tomorrow '

with "Prudence, the,Pirate.." Be .
and lOc. '
I
\
are daily temperatures Dr. A. S. York of. Live Oak, baa
and precipitations M reported been visiting his brother-in-law M. M. MONDAYAnd
by' Government station Miller, on Church street, this wee .

at Kissimmee Thursday,fa-March-he 8 week: ending -' Mrs. J; J. McCrannle left Thursday All 'Week the Old FavoritesPeruchiGypzene Direct from the Criterion Theatre New York.

.1 Max.! Mln. RaIn for Orlando to consult Dr. Persons regarding ,

"Friday __ _.86 65 Alvin. the health of. her small son. WHAT THE PAPERS, SAY:

r .Saturday88 65
.
Sunday ..87 67 II. 'B. Whittaker, with Dixie Pro- The Co. ,
duce Co. and P. K. Kibbe,.both'of Orange Outdoes the "Birth Nation"
t Monday _78 61 Center, were transacting business ota N. Y. Globe.
,
Tuesday' .11I 38 in the city Saturday.Mrs .
' Wednesday .76 66 .29 'E. In Tabloid Comedy and Dramatic Plays "Civilization" places .lice, on an artistic I
Sanborn and her friend
: ,
Thursday ..83 61 Mrs.'M. V. Drake of St. Cloud, were FEATURE VAUDEVILLEComplete level with David Belasco. "Civilization" '

....00.0000..0000.00000000000Fir. Kissim'mee visitors Wednesday, shopping -
is in short gigantic
and visiting friends. a moving, and above

Insurance. See! A.: E. ,Drought. Mrs. J. W. Prentis has 'returned Change ;Daily, Extra Added Attractions. . all,.moving picture of war and its copse.* .

from Tallahassee; wher she has been quences, N. Y. Evening World .
Biaeult'Pans' at the
s Sheet Iron' lie taking the short course in Home .
Gift Shop., Economic. '
1"Prudence REANYE Nothing so stupendous ever before created
the Pirate" Dixie Theater Henry Brash, a prominent citizen of .
<.Saturday., ; Tampa, spending some time in the THE MYSTERY GIRL by the brain of man, tiN'. Y, Times
business domiciled at the It
city on ,
:'Tomorrow-Dixie Theatre-"Prud Graystone. Mr. Brash was a pleafeant Don't fail to have your Fortune Told FREE
ence,the Pirate" opening number.. caller at the Gazette'office, renewing '
:M.Une.anei, night 6c and 10c., acquaintancewith, the editor. lOc Small Admission ;20c Tal Matinee and Night, March 16th

,q Mr. and Mrs. 3. Rader of Kenton,
Mr. and Mrs. James E. McLaugliIln -
.Feature Pictures
Ohio, are among the recent arrivals who have been spending a few Changed Daily
! reaching Kissimmee for a' few. days' days with their old-time friends, Mr. ..91Admission

stay. and Mrs. J.'D.' Green left Monday'for Saturday Matinee and Night Opening" CASINO THEATRE
Miss Pearl Ethel Creel; the society their home hi Roselle, N. J., They are '
Cloud Tribune visited enjoying a two weeks' rest and sightseeing "Prud'encethe '
editor relatives of the St.in'r Kissimmee Tues':, > ,trip. *" -. ' -, Pirate" Featuring Gladys: Hulelto ,. f.j
TSl JU
.day Mrs. C. Jullam and her children.:accompanied :' ADMISSION 5c AND 10c. (25 and 50c
left'Tuehday'
Mr. and Mrs: R. J. Kepler of, De. by Mrs. McClean,
for their home in Delphi
Land spent several days In Kissimmee ;
Ind., after a pleasant visit at the Cos- . i
.
and the
this week at
were guests - -
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Mabbette street., Their ...
ner home on I ------ .wwwww, ,
Grays tone Hotel. Itinerary 'to St. Augustine .i H.''E. Cole of Lakeland was a business i PERUCHI-GYPZENE CO. TO BE

i Roy Lathrop, one of the Orlando before leaving state. visitor to Kissimmee this week. AT DIXIE THEATRE ALL NEXT "CIVILIZATION" AT CASINO its strongest appeal to humanity_ '
because, we all had mothers and
THEATRE NEXT FRIDAY we
boosters, was here and during the week to Gladys Hulette in "Prudence, the Maxwell A. Kllbert, president of the WEEK-OLD-TIME FAVORITES I all welcome tribute to her who suffered -
greeting friends attending '" South Florida & Gulf R. R.. was a visitor that be. It
business matters.W. Pirate, Dixie Theatre, Saturday. ---- Manager Beall announces as his at- we might is indeed
Prices 5c and lOc. to Kissimmee this week, looking. Theatre-goers' will be pleased to I traction for Friday 'March 16th beautiful-1-thought "magnified ten
J. S. Carr and his family left i after, business interests. Thos.' H.:, Ince's million-dollar spectacle thousand times. Admission 26 and
note' that the' Peruchi-Gypzene Co..
Mrs. A. Miss Josephine "
W. Hamilton I 50 cents;
"
for their at Coronado "Civilization direct the
Wednesday cottage from
I Mrs. A. M.'Story, Mrs. Lyles Story here
.
Hamilton, L.D. Hamilton and the old-time favorites, will be %
1 Beach, where they will spend Criterion -Theatre, New York. The
Misses Liiira Warden and Eleanor Me-
J. Dick have gone with the Carr famIly for entire1' week at the' Dixie PATRIOTIC LECTURE SUNDAY
the summer. an world will ever owe thereat producor ,
Laurin spent Tuesday in Orlando as
Coronado Beach for bating.
, to an Theatre Broadway, in 'tabloid comedy a debt of gratitude for giving it ,AT GRAYSTONE CASINOThe
Mrs. G. W. Persons will return tomorrow They will return on, Friday evening. guests at the Swope home. ...
such masterpiece as this his late.toffering.
and dramatic plays.Mr. McCranie,
from Savannah, where she Herbert Wichtendahl was host to a E. L. Reep. J. Miller, Jr., and Howard who is in charge' of the :. Much has been said and public should not fall ,to attend
for new amusement
baa been on a' visit .to relatives '
party of friends on a fishing trip and Anderson accompanied by a jolly house was fortunate in secur written about his wonderwork of the patriotic lecture to be givenat
some time past., crowd of Kissimmee Elks initiated genius and learning but half has not
the genial of the Graystone were '
manager ing this excellent' fo people! Casino Sunday afternoon
the'Graystone
into the B P. O. Elks at Orlando company I been i penned that could be in behalf of
made record angler ,,
the quite a as an ,
H. R.' Roberte'repres.nted city ,' who need hardly an introduction to at 3:30, to which' everybody is
last night.Mr such noble and dignified work. In
of Gainesville in this section during bringing home several specimens ol the. people of Kissimmee. Beginning a.
the tribe to that he is fact, the average' vocabulary Is a poverty invited especially the children: ,, and
coming here combined
the week on a tinny prove and Mrs Albert Huppel, Monday night there will be a whole
". business.and pleasure trip. 'here; with the goods when it comes inent people from Orlando spent prom a week of first-class amusement, aside stricken'waste when comparedwith no admission will be charged. Dr. p
:to coins; after the denizens of 'tha from the plays there will be vaudeville the soul-stirring eloquenoaof Alexander E.: Keese, logician and
few hours in the city yesterday
r'r Mrs.. A. W Sargent arrived Monday the picture; itself."Civilization I
Jeep. and other attractions, with "Pure
from her home in Avon Park for a greeting their.many friends. a complete ,J ," ts dedicated to the scholar of-note, will speak on
One'of the attractionsWill
.A l lerr' number of'Tampa'' people change daily. Mothers of.Hen and by of that Americanism presenting a startling
short visit with her daughter, Miss Taylor' Pressatorium 1 Is the latest be Rea Nye, the Girl,'' reason (
Marion.She will return home Friday. vcre in Kiisimmee thjs week, among business venture in Kissimmee. Mr. who will tell your fortune"Mystery free of fact, or, perhaps, in spite of it, makes array of facts interestingly told.
them being noted were Messrs.: C. M. .. ..'
,
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Taylor, the proprietor, is recently charge. Friday night of next week .
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Mrs., L. Overstreet -
Mr and J. entertained Murray, J. O. Hardwick, C. H. Glass,
from d'will do there will be added
Georgia, a a cleaning an attraction
their pastor, Rev. IL:, C. J.' C.r Emerson, T. 'D. Parslow,' T. C.
and business and take orders which will be of interest to dU-
and their pressing every
Summers, Mrs. Summers Brown, Hal Estes, Robert Roden, R. a
for tailor-made zenof the when Rea will
lIOn, Christie, at 6,o'clock dinner Monday L. Walker, Fred,, Bushnell, C. E. Par: clothes. forecast the town future of Kissimmee Nye for Announcement! r
evening. sons. They were domiciled at' the' the next five .
Don't kick about sore feet if your Graystone Hotel during their stay in DR. STONEWALL ANDERSON TO The admission years price will be 10 i
hoes need attention. A. A. Wits No. the city. SPEAK AT M. E. CHURCH SUNDAYIn cents "small," and 20 cents nail during To The Public: ,

', 16 .Broadway, is on tho job when it Judge J. W. Lilly is critically ill at the entire -engagement. The jewelry store of H. O. Brown &' Co. has. been purchased by ,
;. comes to firstclass shoe repair work, his residence: on Emmette street and the interest of the Southern College l.: :
!: Treat your feet and your shoes right little change I Is noted in his condition. educational campaign Dr. Stonewall -: DIXIE THEATER, NEW PICTURE W. E. Sanderson & Co., and in future will be under\ the personal management 1V

\ Aluminum Pie'Plates'6c at the Gift His brother Richard Lilly, has arrived Anderson, secretary of.the g n- I SHOW OPENS TOMORROW of Mr. W. E. Sanderson whose in i
from Arkansas and with him. Judge eral board of education, will speak at' ; thirty, years experience ,
." Shop. '.J Lilly is well known in Kissimmee. He I the Methodist Church, Sunday evening -' 'The Dixie'' Theatre, Broadway under this line will guarantee a service unexcelled.i The N '"'patrons t v of f,
many
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burdett and son, is a property owner and platted a sub- at 7 q'clock, and every Methodistis the management of J. J. McCranie .
Small left Tuesday for their home in division of the city known as Lilly's I Invited to attend, and to give all the will ,be opened to the public this well-known eitabjisjunent are extended appreciation for past, favors
Plymouth, 111. after spending the win- addition. lie served the community aid possible in the splendid work that: tomorrow afternoon, where in the
ter in this city. -They occupied the I on one occasion as mayor and has always 'being done for Christian education I future the best in motion pictures can and a continuance of their business is solicited. .
Mrs. George Bass place on Main been a progressive citizen., through the college. '' be seen afternoon and nights! The
street. A cordial invitation 'extended to'. theatre has ben thoroughly overhauled Eye Refracting and Fitting '
The Master Mason's degree was the general public to be present upon has a seating capacity of 400, is ;
Judge J. II. Cowley '''and wife, who conferred on two candidates in Orange this, occasion. cool and pleasant, and is the place for '.
are,spending the winter in this section ,Blossom Lodge No. 80, last Mond.yt'venlng you to spend an afternoon or evening. a' Specialty }\
their home being in Lansing '! by Worahipful-Master Bryanand REMARKABLE FAMILY N Pathe and many: other good feature
Mich., have returned from a pleasant 'his officers.The historical Brother lecture Probably the-only'family in the U.: products will be shown two extra Dr. H. E. Cole. Optometrist, will be at his usual place in the establishment
trip to( St. Petersburg and Tampa, was given by Worshipful S. in which two generations have vot feature pictures each week.
Ime.B. Chas. S. Wilbe'r, of Poughkeepsie, N. The ; Tuesday, to meet his friends and patients.
where they have been for some instructive ed in every presidential. election in the opening number will be "Prud. every .
Y.; and was beautifully
the
history of government ence, Pirate.Matinee and night
our
E. the demonstration and impressively rendered. The .lec among
If- Evans county I-tomorrow (Saturday .
)
its 'William W. of
agent/ spent some time this week : ture,, was of Brother Wilber's own Pennsylvania members, who voted at Heald the W. Ee Sanderson & Co. '
1 age
at Camp Hammock where he was en composition;. Visitors were present of twenty-three for George CARD OF, THANKS "; ,
gaged in inoculating hogs with cholera from St. Cloud, with a number of sojourners years "
Washington in 1789, and 127-,. Successors to
years ., .
the operationupon from other states.
4 serum performing later, his daughter, Mrs. Lydia Sharp- To our many friends we desire to "
H. O. BROWN' &, CO.
140 head belonging to the Carson :
Mr. and Mrs.., W. Brakke and fam- less, at the age of JOB -years voted express our heartfelt'appreciation for .
Cattle Company. brotherin-law, C. A. Berg, and last fall for Frank Hanley'for presi the Interest manifested and tokens! of

C. F. Hamilton of Tampa was a family, were a, party from -Lions S. dent. friendship and love bestowed incidentto , -,-..- s
4 visitor* to Kissimmee this week com D., arriving in the city Tuesday They Mrs. Sharpless who resides l In the bereavement suffered in our .. .. .. .: ..
To kind -- --- "' -- -- -
family. act! and the
Whittier California many expressions
greatly enjoys -
) ing here in the interest of a wholesaleauto in their and y- "- ,-
made the trip cars
supply house of that city. Mr. auto riding and a metropolitan Pacific of sympathy will forever be ;.
Hamilton has many friends in this brought along a trailer loaded with a Coast daily recently pictured her sit remembered by the undersigned
section, who are always glad to see tent and,other camp paraphernalia.They ting at the wheel of a new car. MRS. ROSS CRAVES! '
were twentyone days on the Mrs. Sharpless is a reliative of S. A. MRS.C. W. DAMN, Beginning, March 1st
him.Dr. Bogue of Kissimmee. H. J. BARNS.. ,
E. M. Nighbert, of Jacksonville, road between Sioux Falls their county '
t ""pent Monday in the city in the interest seat town and .7' .I."o,!,>ine. On :

of state tick'.radfcation work, appearing reaching 'this state the party visited the Shoe Department of this

before the 'county commif the more prominent civics:: : by easy N

.loners in'regard to the.interstate dip- : stage and spent Tuesday, and Wednesday Store was placed;on a'
ping vat.: While here he was a guestat in Kissimmee, then left for :

at the Graystone., Tampa and the west coast towns. c

o Strictly Cash Basis
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from the Center of Werespectfullyluik '
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EIGHT I THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY MARCH' 9, 1917 ________

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Cloud. CHICKENS WILL KEEP II F MANGE AN TROUPE ACROBATS, [fI "I


St. _Department THE 80 S AT HOME '

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NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITr' .FROM OUR..OWN, It.nay not always-be th. best thing j

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT for a boy to be too much at home yet v ..

I it I. a pretty comforatbla thing: to be J. I !

able to tell something..about,where the .r-
The New York Veterans Association Wednesday morning. for a trip to Cry' boy of the house is these day. of great "
met on Tuesday afternoon in the stal River. .
1 Masonic Hall, with eighty present. Mrs. Clarissa, Gibbs left Tuesday temptations on all sides. Most, boys' "
The usual "business session was held. for a short trip to Tampa expecting to are not-wilfully bad,; In fact, the general .tr _
The banner of the New Yorkers, return here on Saturday. run of them are good at hart
which was carried in the parade on Messrs. Booth and George have and if succeed in cultivating the ,
you t
Washington's Birthday, was presented leaned. the ice plant.
the assoclaUon and a vote of thanks Mr. and Mrs. Sprague returned good to the exclusion of the bad you'reall

given to Rev, Kenney for painting Tuesday after a few days spent at right. If the boy Is left himself, ; ....., '
and associates he cultivate .., '
same.Mrs.. Tampa and St.,Petersburg. his may ., .
., Davies having charge of the Mr. and Mrs. Crissey who have been the opposite traits, says J. F, Mar . .. ,
shall, poultry editor. Southern Rural- .. ,
social hour, gave the following. pro- spending i the winter here, left f '
: en, where Mr. Crissey expects. to go Ist. .,
gram I into business. Did you ever try the cultivating influences
OpeningSong::?Marchlng' Through Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Dyer have of a few chickens T Well,' we .. tq

...G gtnr sold thair: property here and left Mon, would like to have you give them just I r- t...
Opening remarks by Judge Anderson. : day evening for their old home in one trial and see' the outcome. One .\' a
;.
Warren county. :Pa. thing we ran assure youi and that is, ; .
Recitation by Mr Francher-The. All the cast iron fittings and pipesare that it will do no harm even if no : f4JWa ,
BroKen. Knife and the Soft Pine Stick. now here for the new water works. great harm even If'no great good "
Recitation by Mrs. G. Hill. On Saturday eveningMarch 3rd, comes of it. Although the lesson is ) cik
Reading by Comrade HelfermaftTru the. friends and neighbors of Mrs.: S. not a new one to us, yet htese words i ,
: Little Copper Button F. Ramsdell surprised heron her sev. were inspired by watching a young -4 /; -'
Reading by Mrs S. E.JUu1-.When entieth 'birthday at the home of Mr. ster from our window whose father L "' - _
-- had just bought him some chickens ; S --
I Betsy'Made the FTaJ,*. and Mrs. S. W. Rods. The eveningwas ; "
Music on the banjo'tend violin ,by pleasantly spent with flinch, dom. or rather his father bought; them some -
Comrades Jone sand Worrill. inoes and music, all of the ladies time ago in the shape of. two hens and
ii, "with' I a' rooster, and now they have a broodof ;'
them -r
Mrs.' Every gave a story, about'minillter a bringing good things for a -. rui_
: and his wife.; delicious ,lunch which was enjoyed by young chickens. and are attendingto A .
Song-Tramp, Tramp, the Boys Are all. At ,a late hour the guests departed their wants. The keen delight and :.
unbounded enthusiasm of that
boy
t Marching. wishing Mrs;,Ramsdell many
must be worth to that father ten __
.
.
Mr. Weatner ton gave a reading happy returns of the day. Those present
times what the chickens cost him. The
about the Boosters of St. Cloud. were: Mr.'and Mrs. S. F. Rams.
I a
Mrs. Adams gave 'a reading on' the dMI, Mr. and Mrs.S. W. Rode, Mr. and satisfaction to the father is certainlyall
., Order of the G. A. R. Next meeting Mrs. James Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. that cupId be desired. The boy is to
will be held in".Oak Grove Park if H. S.' Hobson. Mr. and Mrs.. Ira I have a share in the proceeds-riot'allthat
i .weather, is favorable; .the' first Tuesday Wright Mr.,and Mr ; J. /..Bullitt;;Mr.;: -'.comes in,-for.h.. must bo taught : --' ", .. .. - "
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in 'April. "Committee 'appointed and'Mrs..H. C. Bartlett, Mrs. M. E. that all that comes In In.:this:world Isnot -
SATURDAY MARCH
GRAYSTONE CASINO JO
about dinner for that Washbum- Mrs., A, C.' Griffith. : profit-but his har.e-.The) : chances I. I ; I
u to Mesdames see Weatherston,; Adams day.were Hill. i are that it will be th. turning.point& in . . ,. __." __ .,
1 -, ,.. COMPULSORY SCHOOL ELECTION the boy's life where he will get the '
habit of thrift at just the right time may be the ideas of a father in regard INTERSTATE. ,DIPPING VAT IS' living under quarantine restrictions
James Jansen and wife of Pittsfield, CARRIED ALMOST UNANIMOUSLY to make a man of him. to ttte poultry business a business, inciease 'as the surrounding area is
,. Mass., who started to St. Cloud on a :doesn't mean by any' manner of he certainly can hay. no objection to it ASSURED : released from quarantine.. Conditions
) pleazant trip, left on Saturday even. The election held last Saturday In I means that the boy will make the as a training school for his boy.We' .'- in Florida warrant a State-wide moVement -
ing for their, northern home on account school district No. 1 for the chicken business his Ifle vocation. It think we know something about the to eradicate ticks in every region
purpose
()f the illness of Mrs. Jansen, I is simply a filler or stepping; stone to chicken business, and we believe we (Continued front !Fag 1) of the state.STOMACH.
y, who had a stroke on her way. down of determining whether or not com. some other thing that may come into know something ,about boys, having I the afternoon session when a resolution -
here. pulsory school attendance should prevail the boy's life as he gets to the age of raised two, and we believe they go was presented and adopted unanImously -
;; Rev. Dither of the Alleghany mountains was carried by an almost unanImous -: responsibility. And it makes the best pretty well together.' in that,'way. .I favorig tick eradication work

.; in Pennsylvania, arrived Tuesday vote. The result of the count of I kind of a teacher, for when a boy is associated : and the establishing' .of an interstate AGONIESDUE '
,evening' and is rooming with Mrs- ballots showed that 170 votes with a lot of healthy growing: A sore throat can be treatest best dipping vat at this point, work to be-
,',,, W>>,. Phipps on Maryland avenue_and were stock he Is not likely to pick up habits from the outside. The throat should gin as soon as available funds will
Eleventh street. cast, of whh 154 were for, seven : that will be a blot on his after life.' be rubbed gently with Ballard's Snow permit. TO POISON .-
Mr. and Mrs. A, Durham and Mr. against trw proposition and nine votes : His chickens will teach him by simple Liniment. Apply at night and cover -
: and Mrs. Oliver Knight and son, Billy were thrown out for the reason that, natural instinct that one good\ with a cotton cloth bandage; By mornIng Some Peculiar Arguments One Dose of Remedy Sweeps Palm
\ were guests on Wednesday of their turn deserves another and for his the soreness will disappear. Price I Away-Hundreds of Thousands
parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. Phipps on these were ,improperly marked., splendid care and attention during 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by "It is too expensive." That is one
Maryland avenue. ",' According' to the state law, after an their growth and development the pullets Osceola Pharmacy., of the arguments against eradication RestoredMayr's ,
Mrs. Borroughs and daughter, of ehction: is carried.. by the people, the will give him .splendid fresh of the cattle tick that is being heard
Norfolk.Va., arrived on Wednesday .. by Dr. E. M. Nighbert of the bureauof
eft'ect'within .
'. law shall go into thirty.. eggs in return lit
last .and are pleasantly located on animal industry who is x-o-operat-
The chicken business Is
r Kentucky avenue and Eleventh street. days. As the school year in the dis thing for anyone to take up no as a mean sideline HER SPRING FRQCK.H ing with the, state ,to free Florida .of
Dr. and Mrs. Kelley left Wednesday trict 'will close within a few weeks, or a regular business.. We know ticks: It is urged by persons who see
t morning for a,trip to Tampa and this will really not apply to'this term a widow with a thirteen-year-old boy only the expense of Jabor and materials '
'k St. Petersburg. ; of the school. That the ,patrons of who,' with! her advice in ,helping to'' Is a Hint FOP the necessary to complete the wotk. **
: Mrs. Clarissa Gibbs is now directing schools. in this county are in favor of plan, sold last year CIiOo-'Barred Ply. Spring Bridesmaids! Attlr "It, Involves expense to grow corn,
.- the. chior in the Methodist Church. the law, while there were only twenty mouth Rock eggs for hatching at.,$5 iii I citrus fruit, or any. kind of crops," '
The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary to five against. The officials of the election a hundred. says Mr. Nighbert, "but where can a ::
,I the Army and Navy Union :will hold held Saturday were J. M. Gardner Twenty dollars per month is not.so'' This delightful frock may be put up'In community county: invest fifty to "
:t their ,Palmetto Tea. at, ,Mrs. Mary ,N. IL, Bratton, R. D. Guice, inspectors bad for a boy under the splendid su nljk) net. voile or organdie. Over a seventy-five cents per head of cattle .'
t Veeders on Wisconsin avenue on Friday .-I. ; and A. E. Thomas, clerk. I pervision of his mother. Whatever ruffled petticoat foundation Is a, pan- -which is the estimated cost of buildIng -. .
March 9th, from 2 to 5 p. m. 1 nlered drape, -the pointed ends of vats and dipping the cattle to the .
: Mr. Wm. Dunlap, who has been --------- -------- I end of the systematic dipping period
I spending the winter here/ left Tuesday and get sixty per cent profit the first WondorfulRemedy Is unlike-
for his home In New Brighton, year?. It cannot be done in ordinary any,other. It sweeps the Bile and
*. Pa., but will stop a day at Chattanooga cropping nor can a business''men expect Poisonous Catarrhal Accretions from
THE FARMER'S CREED the System. Soothes and allays inflammation .
Tenn. and ,Atlanta, Go. such) a return from his Invest.
in the Intestinal Tract-
? The Loyal Women's Class will meet ment in a stock or merchandise.
"Then this work offers such a the cause: of serious and fatal ailments -
:Friday afternoon in the Christian as
Church:: quick return of large profita on the such as Gall Stones, Appendicitis j

Comrade Henry Kloos] died Sunday' }.<- > '."'_.I I believe,that the soil which Cod made is our greatest natural re. poned investment indefinitely why should continuing it b.in post the Ulcers, Acute of the Indigestion Stomach, and, Canc Intestines r and,. ,.).::

.evening at.his home on California av. 1 'source; that the proper conservation of its fertility and the maintenance . meantime the handicap which is bur- Yellow Jaundice Constipation, Gastritis ft.
nue after a lingering illness. Funeral of good home it molt important social services In Florida? Auto Intoxication etc, etc. In !
services were held in the G. A. R. Hall a upon are my _ _ _ doing the cattle industry
on Tuesday at 10 a. m. Services were 'as a farmer. I believe that work upon the soil it a co-operation with __ "The counties slow in tick eradication 'every who locality their them ore grateful people .

'Conducted by the I. O. O.'F. and Rev. the Creator a complete yet ever continuejLcreation; that it the old _- work In any state always realize to Mayr's owe Wonderful complete"Remedy.recovery Thou...

c G. H. .Northrop of the Methodist est. most useful honorable and enjoyable employment of a man and the smallest it costs returns just from as much-to their Inv..st.ment do sands say it has saved them from the- '

Church.of the His family have in the their sympathy that when undertaken in the right spirit it calls forth the best that i i. the work, as at one time as another., If knife. The most thorough) 'system-

ft: ,, community bereavement I I: in him. I believe that better fanning should mean better living; that, the neighboring counties get the jumpon cleanser known. Contains no alcohol

C. E. Carlson and father, John TV I its most valuable' product is the character it develops in the farmer; the slow counties they'will establish or habit-forming drugs. FREE book-
a let Stomach ailments. Address
Daniels, J. L. Hargrave, Sam Mc. and that, its greatest reward are satisfactions it gives. I believe in 4 I conditions for raising better locate cattle in- Geo.on H. Mayr.JUfg.' Chemist, Chicago.

I Beth. Frank Gilbert Lynn Daughertv better selection of both plants and animals in..a more perfect a'dapta- their and territory.encourage" settlers to Better yet, obtain a bottla of Mayr's

and Van Natta went to Kissimmee lion of crops to the soil: in a more rational rotation and diversification Thert J Is no question about the tick Wonderful Remedy from ,J. Z. Rob- -.
Monday Lodge.evening to attend the Masonic I I of such; and in more effective cultivation and fertilization. radication work being practical .under erson, or any reliable druggist, who . .

.; W. S. ,Alyea, Wm. Barber, B. F: =-Edward J.; Ruliffson in Suwannee Democrat. either open ranger\ farming conditions will refund your money if it fails. ,
Rails end Wm. Stevenson left or a combination both. This
I
shown at the University of FlorIda -
.__. ._ ._ was I The KUsimmee City Bapd held an '
-- -- ;-------- ---:-- -- ---- -- -- livestock institute. Facts and
.
I Interesting meeting Tuesday night at.
r .., figures were presented to show that I their headquarters, when officer
rhroe than 40 per cent. of the entire were elected as follows) W. A, Smith,.
original, quarantined area in the manager' ; G. M. Shearouse, Jr., director '
: k'- southern states has been freed of ; James Woodall, secretary-treas "
I It & ; ticks. Florida has 3800 milesof ,
; square urer, to serve for a period of six
...rt"3j- freed area, in Dade, Broward anda months. There will a .change of time-
part of Palm Beach counties, and in :the' weekly' concerts. Tonight the
1.
1.' ';, r the remainder-of Palm.Beach county concert will begin at 7:30: and Sundayat
: '
.
',. I' ', will be quarantined at ones. Monroe S p.'m. After Sunday the time will
", county is doing regular systematic be: Fridays: 7:30 p. m.; Sundays 3:30p.
dipping and several other counties are m. The band is in an excellent con-
F organizing for systematic! work. ditipn, but is considerably in need @r
Freed area* are protected by law financial encouragement from the pub
k-T from reinfestation. Persons who undertake lic.
: to ship, drive or allow their
: cattle to drift from the quarantined Take Herbine for indigestion. It _:
( : I areas into free territory without first relieves the pain in a few minutes and ::
""" '- so ITATCaQ'01Lwhich having' them properly disinfected, run forces the fermented. matter which i')'
hare 'hadow"lace appliques.The the risk of vigorous prosecution by the causes the misery into the bowels .

,, S S _, simple bodJce Is chiefly of this state and government. where it Is expelled. Price COc. Sold I'.
I ., '. lace the girdle and shoulder disadvantages., and expense! of by Osceola Pharmacy ';1
1- as are _ _ Lduu _ _ uuu : _ _ ,
straps. The .glrlUhneBs" of this design -

.Is fetching to a ,degree. '
T-HE SO.UT'HL'AND ,1

.'.', Te Be Well Groomed. . :. '
The woman who Is particular about "
.J- : ALL-STEEL ELECTRIC-LIGHTED TRAIN :
'. .., -- -", her borne 1 is not always the best dressed : '
and It often h.ppell..that a woman Chicago Indianapolis Cleveland Grand "
whose home Is untidy: looks stunning ., J ,. '
I In her street clothes.) The points In, "Rapids f Cincinnati' and Louisville ..; 0,
-J :
Jim : .
Fee1in Tough ; dress"that most womea'overioo1r. are
vI'had ,
__ veilings,' footwear gloves,. bats and Lv Jacksonville A C IV &30PM Pullman Sleeping Cars and Compartment '1
handkerchiefs.Be Lv Waycross.: ,;. A C L 10 JO PM Observation Car-Jack- .,,
J speils.lIke that, too--lazy, blue, no 'pep'--until wife gave me sure that your glove Is properly LvTIfton,.?..,;,.' GS&FLv 12..tOAM IODville.to .Chicago: Jacksonville to .. '',:
: proportioned and when yon decide on M.con.C of O 1.51 AM Indianapolis (Louisville)) (for occupancy -' '
other. Dust Lv Atlanta..-.. LAN 7.11 AM : until 7.30 a.m.)Jacksonville to t I"
bay no
well style
a fitting Lv Knoxvll! ...? L & N 12.29 PM Cleveland (via Cincinnati) dally, and ifArC.rbln..L&N 3
:, a Uttle powder into your glove before ;; 3.29 PM Jacksonville! to Grand Rapid! (via. :
Instant Postum you wear It. and smooth all the jeams Ar Louisville.:.. LAN 9.00 PM Cincinnati I I) IlADU-wooklreavmg Jack.
straight. Dave the line* Tn-
properly over the center of the bands Ar Clnclnn.tl... L & N Thoroughfare Coaches "I
4 and the fingers In the tips of the glove., Lv Cincinnati.._ OllAI 11.59PM villa Jackson '

';instead l of co/fee. Keep :your bats In their boxes until Ar Grand-Rapids Oil*I' .2.COPM...., PM Jacksonville to Chicegobagge to;Cincinnati! and; large seat and c F :
Lv Cincinnati... P
:you wish to use thesn. and retnrn themat 4 enn. eaeyidgb.backe4aeataeleotrlougbt.d.Lvblnclnnatl. .
once when yon:;take them off., Always ., Ar Chicago: ._ Penn' 7.45 AM ;
Now better smile oftener and nerves behave. Never them If they ... Penn: ..1UOPM7.45AM < DlntnCir.ervingaUmeals'ser. :I
sleep. ,
brush especially:
: t : Ar C.......... .'..,. ,Pcnn vice a la carte. '
: are made of black. velvet or, a,-dark 4
'. : I ,knew how,harmful coffee was 'till I quit I it. Why,don't you try PoSt f11?" material that shows the dust ""Never '.(Tin appay i INdMSOIS roses, 'I".C'I'.BLIIPIM faiHTrow CA. .HC..CMV.TION. :

carry'a soiled or even crumpled hand- I
"There's Rea.sbi\ .. kerchief.; It ,IM only: 'a little' thing, ,ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD ':;

: ; a. but it is the little things. that help toward "Ttt STANDARD RAILROAD OT,TH1C SOUTH" n'1;
.. complete beauty: "" "
A.'W. rRITOT i, a. KINKLAND .;
. -... ., ,. .. r...r...&. AOCHT .*...I*" .1v1S10s' r*.*ri.. n ..C... a, e,1 1 ,
-> .".. 'q ,4. p.-- JAOkaOIILC.P.A.: ., :>4' ,TAMP, FLA.. "-:-

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<+I'' THE tDssnOttE.'vAllEY' GAZETTE t; FRIDAY ;(MARCH 9,.1'171; ,.

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I. INTERESTING: COMMENTS: FROM STATE PRESS I Readers r ter ..


We"Paw"-Ask II Letters From Our ]

Rube Allyn! I "Lire Stock": ,Dope i _

Arcadia News: Wonder'; who ." I St. Petersburg Times) "It Is inter',
,
ElL Lambrlg-ht and Frank Huffaker, sting to note that the Tampa, woman,I ,
that all the papers of the state are eo 'who after taking several bottles of a' KISSIMMEE about his'congregation. The preacherIn
constantly talking aboutl.! They must famous patent medicine says she the
Jeffries In his encounter with | question told his people that hell
be some kind of a Mutt-Jeff affair eats like a and sleep, like a
from the sensation they create. lamb,"' and, lives on Bull street negro defeated, Johnson account, was of said haying to have remained been was cold, cold enough, as he expressedit
on
to freeze oe.roel. On being
you
from the until he became a
Thought We're Skinny, But- Watering Stock? back number ring and if Rex has failed as asked why he preached a cold hell, his j

Laktland Star:' The leanest expression Ft Meade Leader: And now comes a correspondent, under the lame circumstances reply was that if he preached it hot
we have heard lately about Henry Ford and says he can build consign the correspond- just as soon as the coy weather came

woman II that she is so skinny.,.that 1,000 submarines in a day, .Who wantsa once to that portion of your editorial all these old rheumatic negroes would
she scratches up all the chairs of her Ford submarine' ? department which places it in the care want to go there. _
household. of the printer's devil and you will find Rex in walking up Broadway nightor
--.J Delays. Are Dangerous an uncomplaining Rex in the back- day cannot but admire our beautiful .r

How'd You' Find' Out Manatee River Journal The friendsof ground, but present conditions cast city. The posts on the corner
Tavares Herald: Many girls who temperance legislation, in the"session such ominous.shadows on the future :Which our autos are compelled to go
would from absolutely of the'Florida at least offera around to protect those who cross the CERTAIN-TEED stands out conspicuously
run a mouse are legislature, which that w. feel compelled to '
fearless in facing the microbes that convenesshortly, should have the few feeble ideas concerning what I street on foot. drivers, and the careful observance for quality satisfaction and economy
of the of all rules and ,
lurk in kisses. forces organized so as to put throughall that future may bring forth. Many of I
-, their measures during the first our daily journals have raised the hue regulations !Is a blind that has in'the Any product bearing the name CERTAIN-

Die Job! You Bet! thirty days of the session. Delays, especially and cry of war, war, war, and the disastrous past vent accidents.and likely in Our the future to is pre- 1 TEED'will measure upon all of these points.

Punta Gorda" Herald: Every" 'win- in the class of legislation are results that will follow, and of the best regulated postoffice institutions one in These arc cold facts.

ter, a lot or "evangelists" come down dangerous. II( the idea created by these reports en* the state Our Mrs. .
.
:.. postmaster ( Simpson -
-- of households
the sacred -
from the north and try to save us"Crackers" ter precincts our
) and her able assistants at all
from the devil while.theyeqjoy "There' a Reason and strike terror Into the hearts are wCertainteed

1 this:glorious climate and pass Ocala, Banner: One thing is 'undisputed (f our female population. many of times ments.supervising Mid Norton the is different at the delivery depart Certain-teed
-Ambassador Gerard beat Ihj whom to think that :that our .
around the -contribution plate.If, our appear
.
window is in all inquiries
prompt answering
home preachers cannot 'save us from kaiser to Paris., young men will be forcibly removed Roofing Paints and..Yamiarteftare
bell, strangers from abroad had as ,f' --.-----) from their families and carried forth -never showing any impatience
not Plant; "Spuds"'. 'f to'face the leaving naught be- over the many inquisitive 9ues*
.'veil try. Miami enemy tlons she has to answer;'at all times if the efficient type of roof. It good, dependable product*
Metropolis: Speaking o/1-be hind to protect them'from poverty and lady-like and in' her is suitable for factories office made by expert paint
Cost! (' in dignified deportment mere
Some Difference! 0 living, potatoes sold Aris- distress, and that the fierce German
took county, Maine, last week, for and the fiery Japanese can land on our she' honors the position she oc. ; buildings farm building, etc. and guaranteed to give Buis.,
Lakeland Star It .is all for e
: right cupies. Our assistant postmaster is, For residences it is made in faction.
: $8.40 a barrel for March and April de- ooast during their absence and devas- They are sold at a
the the"to be" legislators about to what run a storyin livery. Last year at this ,date the tate ous, land, kill men women and never embarrassed by any question slate surfaced shingles price which would not be pos. t
big they ex- propounded and the force ,
papers con"nected
taking
,
J price WAS $2.75. Yet there and commit such other deeds
are. acres children
( sible if we depended upon an
the session
to do when meets
peat with the
of, good potato land in Florida their nation dictate but all department as a body, CERTAIN-TEED costs less
that ,
/ as
may
,
exclusive
but it is another thing to do it. The they certainly make a splendid show paint organization to ,
are not under cultivation. these are mere creationsof to buy less to lay and less
suppositions a
story looks mighty good on paper. excited ing for the appointive power of our :I market our product.
fancy.
--- an postmaster- i iI per year of life., CERTAIN-
Show,Your Colors!i Ft Cot Scads of Company ,The vast' body of water'that aep.r-I I The policy of ,our county 'commissioners TEED is light weight, clean, The enormous resources' of d
Myers\, Press! When they get to I !
Ft. Meade Leader: Anyone who ,has; distributing that $6,000,000 appropriation ates us from foreign nations is '' in selecting an alien company sanitary, and fire retardant., It Certain-teed Products Corporation

studied the conditions during the peat which may be forthcoming, we rier that renders the tranaportation"j\ ," instead of a home company has been will not dry out and is.weath, ,and its extensive organization -. ,
of soldiers from a """"
- -
few weeks and think should severely, criticized. Perhaps--if the ,
now we want it understood that our food situ. Our 'er-tliht." for distribution of CER.TAlNTEEDproductlmabt.
"not.go to war with Germany must not anon is somewhat strained: possible. navy" fault finders knew the circumstances,: ,
be an American at heart. This nationis strength with Spain, and placed it of the cas'e! ,they might change 'their : It is made In: three thicknesses
honor bound "to join the Entente . 'We,Grow Things Here! next to England the strongest on the opinion, but as Rex does not he' will i -but it possible to take advantage
only quality the
Allies and help whip Germany and 1 globe. Foreign transports carrying not' condemn. I one of in buying
every
Florida Advocate All lifeless economy ,
: )js not
,,troops to this,, country would.. be des Rex has been .. best., It is guaranteed 5;10 or ."
the sooner"it..it..don ,-the''better for,|atKisslmmee. We recently remarkedon "--" ""-- "-' ... < on a number: visits manufacturing and selling.
,this country and. the world. W. J. a scene of Broadway published in troyed.. .j' to St. Cloud both before and since the 1 :15 years according; to thickness '
Bryan and his co-pacifists will be the Gazette without a sign of life ion The nations, opposed us, knowing cold snap The tourists and old soldiers i ((1, 2 or 3 ply). Even the professional painter

considered traitors if they continue .to it, but last week the Gazette published these unsurmountable obstacles,'would have taken it ail with perfect i can afford to use CERTAIN- '
agitate against the government. a picture of a grapefruit tree sur- never undertake It. good nature, and the only feeling that ; 'This''guarantee is backed by TEED paints rather than ,to '
rounded three In Kissimmee, there would be no ob- we saw expressed was that of,rejoic : the largest manufacture of 'Uncertainty '
;' by. men, and one of premix his own b
:;;;;
GJu."Ems "Kultur" them had the finest growthof alfalfa servable change. The millions of dol-,(,ing to think they were not in the frozen pared roofings and building .
eliminated.wasteandleft-overa
Bristol Free Press What shall we have seen in Ian worth of provisions that had been north. Rex is still-domiciled with
: we many a-day. The Ga- ; papers in the world.
do with the food price boosters? zette has given positive proof that alfalfa sent across the waters to feed foreign Peter Savage and his admirable wife avoided,and quality is assured.,

There is np place in heaven for them does well in Osceola county. nations would remain at home, and as I and family. 'Myrtle, under the home If you ate building, or need anew ,, Whether you do your painting t
Ui-Oso powers'would not'fight without instruction of her mother is

for that Is reserved for human beings. progressing
roof it will
We can't send them to jail for that :Eat: Sweet Potatoes Drink Branch our money and food, the war would rapidly at school. The aid that the pay orentployaprofe..ional ,k
would be cruelty to th-3) other inmates. Water and lie Happy! i end almost before we had found out mother gives not only enables' the painter, your interests .
Hell won't have them, for the devil Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel: We should< refuses to associate with anyone plant all the sweet potatoes we can. If try freeze, soon be' a thing' of the also to understand that over which I youtoinvestigateCERII'' ,you insist"on CER Y

'worse, than himself. What shall we food prices continue,! to go up we will pant. she passes. Peter is engaged with the TAIN TEED paints 1,
do with them? need something to make us Independent Now, Mr. Editor, don't consign this telephone company and Paul runs out and varnishes.,
We could eat sweet potatoes, to the waste basket quite yet. There to meet him when ha returns' home, at .
There's 'Afore of the SpeciesZolfo rlrink! branch water and laugh at anyun'I may be something more in it yet to night; .
I I Rex will quit this war business The Valley Gazette has indeed beCome I
Springs Truth: "A few daysi!!I ',\ Misfortune. We could fatten on come. CERTAIN.TEEQ.'J\ '
who is well known i them whilst we pointer the finger oftO'n and try something more cheerful. a paper of which we are proud,
ago a subscriber, a The County Fair proved to the sat- and if this scattered article is rejected' CORPORATION
I tit the khylocks who fatten onruuranity's PRODUCTS '
office and
citizen, came to our, stopped ,
misfortunes. ibfactlon of our people that the so. no blame can be attached to its of .
his paper for the reason he aid, thatit terrible freeze had done so lit- ficials. Y
did not just suH'his fancy; We have called REX. .General Roofing Mfg.C.,Gr* ffVarnish C*,
Clogs and and tle damage that it received hardly' 'a I MOWMi-City Paint & since met him on the street, and it is Rice! vs. Spuds Shoes TAKES '
notice. People are picking T OFF DANDRUFF
amusing to pote.the look of surprise Cocoa Star; Clogs (wooden) are passing ,
strawberries, the plants not having CI.eti_ .... ,.... :.
on his face that we, are 'still in exist' used as a substitutejTor shops bv Lot been injured, only a few days growth HAIR STOPS FALLING 0........ hitt....... St..g....I. -Zmf- r...h..
don school children. They are sold for MiIwaU. 5. .... . ...
.ence despite the fact that he stopped lIalr' Ci-.d L. 41''--lie Yy
his Some day and it won t belong 75 cents a pair, a big saving on the having been delayed; and the general Save Your .Get a 25 cent bottl "......
paper., either, that gentleman will be no price of leather shoes. Rice,instead of health has been so much imprived and of, Danderine right now-Also teael. Sr"'w 1Saka.. d4, 0.",,. II"" r 1'
the energies of our people been so stops itching scalp. ,
. more. His' heart will be stilled for pota'oes and clogs instead of shoesare
ever. Neighbors and friends will follow ways to reduce the h. c. of t.\ quickened that we consider ourselves and Certain-teed Roofing ''
silent bnefited 6y it. I February is' the Thin; brittle, colorless scraggy :
s his lifeless clay to the city
from winter to spring hair is mute evidence of a neglected
bridge leading
The Pippin Vat .. ,
and him to rest silent flow t'I 'J'j'
lay will among be published in .Tampa Breeze; The opportunity and a warm June creates a great deal scalp, of dandruff-that awful scurf. Is Sold in Kissimmee b,. the
An obituary
ers. malaria and unless we have a cold There is nothing so destructive to
of
that has beeloWered to Kissimrnee in
these' columns telling what a good i ,
,
connecting month we have an un- the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair \, OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.
the of interstate
neighbor and beloved citizen he was- way locating an : dip- of its lustre, its strength and its : , .
healthy spring. ,Rex has noticed this very < 'JI
Ding vat there for ticky cattle is some- I
will
which the' recording angel over-
e life, eventually producing a feverishness ,
and the fut-
look for charity's sake--and in a short thing that should be jumped at by the for many years judging and itching of the scalp which I '
time he will be forgotten As he. l lies citizens; as Kissimmee has long been ure by the past we predict that this if not remedied causes the balr roots .

out there in the cold cold graveyard He center of cattle industries of this spring and summer will be a bountifulone. have to shrink, loosen and die-then the being offered 'by the Valley Gazette culated to Inculcate patience and culfct*.

'wrapped In the silent slumbers 'of state it will be adding another important A few garden insects vegetables that infest hair falls out fast. A little Danderine for the small sum of 25c, is finding a vate profanity, to respected as a, r
death, he will never know that the chapter to that industry. That been killed. The fate and tonlghtnow/ -any time-will surely ready, sale, and if you have not got first class power that*never"' sue* f C;
shared the
ft! last kind word spoken of him was by the cattlemen and officials of that them have latter same has afar save your hair. yours, better get busy, as they will peace. We have much still to I learn,. :
of the .
the editor 'of the paper ,he so 'spitefully section will meet all the requirements the destruction little Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's not last any great length of time. but we know enough to make success*' I
"stopped. Did you ever pause is earnestly hoped for, as there will more lasting effect than what Danderine from any drug store. You I The map is folded In a neat card- ful battle against her. tIt

for a' moment and think that your be many thousands of dollars saved damage could have been done to.the surely can have beautifuhair and lots board cover, of a size fitting the coat .Is not enough to screen our house $
the bettering of cattle former. Rex has visited different of it if- will, little Dan
editor, whoever he may be, will write annually by you just try a pocket-about an ordinary envelope and ourselves against her. We'
must
conditions and Florida is parts of the county and conversed witha derine.. Save hair! Try itt
day? raising as your size and when' opened' is 21x29
-
your obituary some fight her in het breeding places With
of farmers and the general
the best adapted state in the union for number
inches. It shows all automobile roads
the raisjng of cattle it will soon be opinion of those who have witnessed AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS OF an incubation period of ten days from
,
!
Stop Him. Quick throughout the entire state, the Dixie one generation to the next fully devel
is that the benefit we receive -
DeLand News; Tampa man, who seen: by the cattlemen from the West past freezes them far exceeds the dam FLORIDA ARE IN DEMAND Highway and from it lone can pick out opedT and ready to tackle her missionin
took "Andessawed 34 cords of wood .and it will not be many years beforewe from at first glance any auto road in Flor- life one healthy mosquito in, April S
in to the Times. ,will be a clone rival to the western ida being the latest revised, it certainly
one,day, according age.Of of oUr The complete automobile road map may become several billions by Sep
states if advantage taken of bene course a good many people
Four I bottles would. 'probably deforestthe fits jike this. are like the negro preacher said ,of Florida (pocket edition), which is is something we all should possess, tember. The same healthy lady can
state. to Bay the least and fa complete in deposit enough eggs in a teaspoonful .

,____ __ __, __L----- -'-- ---- everY detail. The map also shows the ,, of water to actively populate a radius e
", i population of Incorporated towns for of 500 feet in two weeks, and a breeze
the years of 1910, 1900 and 1890 with may carry the progeny: a mile with

While in Florida See the Ready-t -Cultivate Farms of the mentioned.total population'It carries for the" the scale years of the A wind.Jacksonville physician Dr. M. B.

miles electric,lines indicated .
are lep
has
Herlong, recenlty advanced in the

the Seaboard in the Pasco arately On the,'reverse as are side all the of the county map seats.is a daily lessen press the ,mosquito a splendid,crop'suggestion this year to,
Gazeteer
Railway County Highlands complete of Florida giving and his idea should be given the widest
such information as banking towns,, publicity. Ife urged housekeepersto

TVelve months' growing season, some crop ready for land later in season. Year-round ferazing; livestock shows money order postoffices, etc homes have'cleaned the eave.of all troughs accumulated of their

,market every month. Never Very hot or very roM' climate fine profits; dairying and poultry raising yield big returns. MOSQUITOES that could hold stagnating water refuse ;+

healthful. Pasco County Highlands produce vegetables at On ages and grapefruit of best quality ripen when demand In time of 'peace prepare for wart! I and to have the uneven places' +

time prices are highest' : corn, hay and other,:"staples, : : en same id greatest and prices 'are, highest. Winter in Florida is the peace time I straightened so that water might flow-'

with the mosquito, but ho, or rather, I away naturally and not remain stand

Prepared by Business Men,of Dade City;; Sold by Seaboard on Easy Terms she, declares war, active aggressivewar i mosquito in 5 in'the a hollow breeding places place, to, and afford he the Insists ;
within few minutes after the
Bank r* and business men have prepared part of each juet cleared; fenced; new a that now is a good time to do it.
I these farms to attract Induttrl- house; barn well; fresh srrade cow. two latest chilly spell in the spring and The,house should M looked over for s
i oars settlers; the aboard Is foiling town dosen chicken Near thrlrlnc : never hoists the white flag until about such defects every year (several times: {
them to Incncrue. Its tonnag-e, and employs ,town ; rood e road, schools, churches. ,; I the.time our winter visitors begin to a year, in fact) and spring is a perfectly Y
H f' farm experts to help buyers Prices now s lve purchaser benefit of crowd our< hospitable hotel piazzas. good time to have it done.
succeed. Real farms. 40 acres.and up, value Increases, that are sure ,to ,Coma There ,is no use denying the fact
: that Florida is rich in her mosquito But why atop wiht the gutters under -

Your Chance is Here to Make Money in Fruit Growing and General Farming fauna, and there are about. as -voraql- place'the or'roof chance? See for that standing there,is water,no
r ous as their i a Chicago
Th. Seaboard, with tracks cov.rng because of unexcelled ,fertility.-favor- park on a summer eveniihg or in that anywhere on the premises. The mOilquito
'+ heart of Florida' farming territory: able condition and enterprising cooperatlon Famous resort known as the :Jersey will find it quicker than :you will
.. 3 following policy of eztendlns line and of business men and banker Flats. But we, in Florida, don't haveto anyway, but that's no reason why :you
}e i : service In advance of derelopment Is I In er*'' of Dad City, county .at. Their suffer' from their attentions if we shouldn't make evel'f.e 'ort to breakup :
\ touch with condition. all over the State. spirit and accomplished preparations { really don't want to. Honestlywe/ her nursery, and if some time daring -
y N a. a Paeoo county was selected by general assure newcomer success and e happiness 1 don't aster wantthe sympathy or the the season you should suffer froman
development department for colonUlng" from thevery start. I pity of our northern friends who I epidemic of these insects, it's a fair-

Get : might think we are entitled to either. ly goo dreason to suspect that she has r
>' die Facts These Farms Selling Rapidly I )
Today-Don't Delay; are By carefully screening our homes, beaten you to it, after all.

y t Good lands and fin! climate are found In other desirable eetlon but never our, sleeping porches, our bedroomsand The doctors and health' officers in
all over Florida the wonderful. Wises will It be able to present greater value. I our beds we manage to keep the :Florida, or in any other state for that a
ly bought land In almost any part will than right now ready In Pasco County. mosquito at a distance-on the outside matter, can't undertake to keep alt
{ r.e w.r0 I 1 pay well But nowhere In Florida are Send today for free copy Seaboard looking in and buzzing her disappoint your surroundings disease-proof. foul'
t I condition more attractive than, In Magazine, term, price detail Then merit. The mosquito that distributesthe proof and unitary. They can try it if
/ u' Pasco for quick return: from agriculture see the land youreelf. Take advantage, germs of malaria doesn't begin they have the hearty co-operation of
/:1 iii l and large Increase In value. In of present opportunity to make ground work until just before sunset, and re* all the people. They will tell yall "a
G\ ) i : +! future Seaboard 'will offer farm land floor purchase. Write today to membering this we protect ourselves they know about preventing diseases.
( Ye 11t 1 "\ accordingly. Very few of these summer -* They will tell you how things ought
t l V' B. L.: MANNER, General Development Agent insects are active ,at midday or to be and why, but it's too much' to iM

.t Seaboard Air'Line Railway Company under the summer sun, so w-e don't; expect them to keep you healthful if
,
i' really need to take any extraordinary you are not at least willing to do your
.It 1.. J4v tjfli. ' .' 994 RoYster Bid,., Norfolk, Virginia. precautions during daylight hoars. .'- part and especially if you think you

'" I IA cr i I "I Jack.onvill..ffic., JOI West Bay',St., W., H. Harrison Jr.. Ass't Dev. Agt. And we are finding out, new, facts know more than they and won't do a I
1b/ E. D. Ma,...Ass't Dev,Agt. In charge. Dad City office, Dad City Bk Bdg., about her ladyship, the-mosquito (the thing for yourself. "
Y ? Tampa office Hlllsboro Hotel Block. man mosquito the ntoessary link in the

& O. Underbck. D. P. A, in..charge. chain, but' he doesn't'bite, nor, carry .The disable That Doss Us Affect The ....* A
i't' disease germs) and we are beginning ]Bee... of Its tanks and Uutln effect. LAJCA..
to; appreciate her importance in relation TIVS BKOM QUD(1Nx I.better thee or4 1.,* g
health matters.' She- has rls Quinine ud don mot CMM Mrmram moV
to !! n
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t. ..tir'i from the rank. of a> mere" nuisance, eal- -k for UM sloMt c* .ol ... W. OBXtV&TtM., .

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jj. FAVORITE; FERTILIZERS TO BE NARROWERNEW STAY BILIOUS, SICK'I''I''I'DON'T


,, _ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS -
YORK, Feb. Whatever and bags to match the costumes show- "Dodson'j' Uwr Tom" Will Clear Your Your druggist or dealer sene' you a .
SPEC/4L FORMULAS FOR the forecasters of spring styles May ing-such embroideries are also to be 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver. Tone: ..:." ,.
disagree about, on one point they are had to complete the finishing touches. Sluggish Liter Better Tkah Caloml under., my personal guarantee that it .t.'::...' r
CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, more or less/ agreed, and that is that Some Very dainty Georgette blouses lid Mot Saitoh. will clean your sluggish liver better than
skirts will be narrower at the hem. show the Indian colorings embroidered Cii nasty calomel; it 'won't make you sick
k CORN, TOMATOES, There will be no flare. whatever, and on.pale blue Orchid white or floah Calomel makes you lick) you low a and you can ,eat anything; 'you want.
v even if some,gkirts am not actually with deep bands on the sleeves anJ day** work. Calomel 1 !. quicksilver- without being salivated. Your druggist
Write.for, our new price lift on all brand Agricultural Chemicals, narrower they will at least appear so across the front, showing one of the it aalivatess calomel injures your liver.If guarantees' that 'each spoonful will start
of Insecticides Material, Etc from the absence of the flare. Many forms of trimming in which this embroidery you are bilious feel lazy; sluggishand your liver, clean your bowels ,and
f' skirts, however are appreciably nar appears. all knocked out. if your bowel are .straighten! you up by morning or you
BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES rower. They measure from two to two The sketch of a waist and skirt constipated and your head ache or get your money back. Children gladly.
: ,and the best. and a quarter yards at the lower edge shows one of the Paisley chiffon stomach is sour, . take a spoonful of take Dodson's Liver Tone because it ia
are arriving daily-get our prices get Dodson's Liver Ton. Instead
When we compare, these measure* waists combined with plain chiffon anda harmless pleasant) tasting 'and doesn't gripe or
We ell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing ments with the three and four-yard I skirt of broadcloth, with pockets at of tiling sickening, salivating calomel. make them sick., '
in rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer. Lime Ashes skirts that were worn last spring, it,. the Side gores and two box' pleats at'' Dodson's Liver Tone. I* real liver.medi cramp I or selling millions of bottles 01Dodeon.
am )
d; ; cine. You'll know It next morning because
leaves no doubt as to the change.From the center back. .
if- and soft Phsophate. '. Liver Tone to people who have
the Parisian openings, which' Voile a Leading Fabric you will wake\ up feeling fine,
ti? I" USE S IINARR'S; INSECTICIDE 4 are now being held we hear that the A great deal of voile and ..muslin your liver"wilt''be working, your; headache found\ that this pleasant, vegetable, liver
results. Manufactured by J. Sctinarr 5 skirt is will be used this and dizziness gone, yourrstomach medicine takes the place of' dangerous
on your citrus trees for sure narrow no longer a' ,rumor spring. The countersof
4 I will be sweet and bowels regular You calomel. Buy one bottle on my sound
& Co.,. Orlando our subsidiary. but a fact. the stores are already-overflowinj will feel like; working.. You'll. be cheerful reliable guarantee; Ask: your druggist .
5 with voiles of all
descriptions: plain '
checked j full of energy, vigor and ambition. about me. e
:
4 sprigged, figured, striped and
THE INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY 4 Bordered materials, too, will have a
; JACKSONVILLE 4 place among .the fashionable fabrics O OOOO.O.OO O..O O.O RURAL SCHOOL INSPECTOR ON :
FLORIDA..oo..ooo.ooo. whether printed embroidered. and VISIT TO. THIS PART OF STATE w
4.
whether of cotton'or 4O
silk.
.... BE HIND TODAY -
ooooooo ooo. oo.oo
Plain voile combined with linen ina R.. L. Turner of/ Inverness, state ;
--- -- matching.door has been used in the 0 If you've'smiles to give, give < rural school inspector, was in this section -

t. ... .. . ... . ..... .... ........... OOOOOOOOOOO.i spring fashioning.dresses of ,some and, of though the advance unusual, 4 0 ten them hungry.today.: Living Though eyes their are gaze of.. ** of the last rural week schools making of the an county.inspection He !l

: ,/, the combination is entirely pleasing.A .* be seemingly so calm and mayhap found all the schools that came under'' ..i
'. ." ,, vtry pretty model was made with along 0 so proud, the smiles may be his notice in a very good>shape*, reporting -
.i Cold Storage for Fresh Meats Russian' blouse of voile edged 0 a touch of heaven for them. If that fact to Superintendent of
tiff with a deep band of linen and having 4 they are closen in death tomor- 4 Public Instruction C. E. Yowell.
4row, your fondest smile would T
.i Storage Rates Beginning December l.t: "'>matter naught. If you havea, WHAT: IS
O helpful hopeful, loving word.rto 4

Storage on all Meats, 1.2 cent pound FiEteen'Da'l. S' J45'fr 4 4 say, .say it today. It may keep,*
] some heart from breaking, some *
Pork ,1 ;l-2c.:. pound I ., heart LAXFOSUXFOS
: ""Curing r ready- ;_for'Smoking, " 'per*-" .., .=-:::- from breakinlrr"lom.--'O'OI'.I;
1 -> i- '/y Twenty 4n" Days. uir" 4- --** ,f 4.o .from. falling 4o j

k Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.
I'' l A .DIGESTIVE,LAXATIVE

s Bring u* your hogs,the day they are killed. We will doM I TEND STOMACH TROUBLE CATHARTIC AND LIVER TOMC

----. _..." -- ___. '" GASES OR DYSPEPSIA LAX-'Foe Is not a Secret or Patent Medicine
the rest but is composed of the following ,
-
l' r old-fashioned roots and herbs:
"Pape'n.Diapepsin" makes- Sick Sour
a- OASCARA BARK .

I KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. Gassy Stomachs Cln fire minute.surely l feel fine. .; BLUE RHUBARB FLAG ROOT ROOT

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If what yoc just ate Is souring on i BLACK ROOT *
... ........ .....oo..o.oooo..oo..ooooo fdJ pour stomach or lies like a lump of MAY APPLE ROOT
i lead, refusing to digest, or you belch I'I SENNA LEAVES
..
yWHAVE gall and eructate sour undigested i
AND PEPSIN
I rcc.u.A rood, or have a feeling of dizziness
heartburn, fullness, nausea bad taste I LAX-FOS the CASCABA. Improved by
in} mouth. and stomach-headache, you the addition of these digestive ingredients .
SOME GOOD, BUYS'Fine call get.blessed relief in five minutes. making it better than ordinary CAS
New Waist and Skirt Put an end to stomach trouble forever cAaaand thus the combination acts not
home on the Dixie Highway, modern house bath, hot and by t getting a large fifty-cent case of only as aatimulatinglaxativeandeather-
cold water, small bearing grove, fine garden. A good buy and a Separate skirts and blou'-es-take on; Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. tic out also as digestive and liver tonic.Syrup .
You realize in five minutes how laxatives are weak, but LAxF09Combines
bargain: quite a good deal of importance: this needless -
r. it is to suffer from indigestion' strength with palatable aromatic -
Forty-acre firm excellent land all fenced and part' in cultivation spring.. The fact that separate skirtsare 5- p utauI dyspepsia or any stomach disorder., taste and does not gripe or disturb
ti ; small house barn and about one hundred small trees. .Price il} demand for sports wear will It is the quickest, surest stomach doc the stomach. One bottle will prove
bring them very much into prominence. tor in the world. It's wonderful. LAS Poe is invaluable for Constipation.Indigestion .
r only $1,200; terms. There are more skirts of sports I _or Torpid, Liver._ Price hoc.r .
A number of city lots, beautifully situated, high and dry at a silks and satins than of any other = .-= - .
low price and on monthly payments Come in and talk i it over. skirting materials. : Tha sports silksIn
one-color effects or. in two shades Dress of Fine Voile with Irish Crochet I Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. P. K. ',Sec'y.lrcaa. '-"
M. G.: KIBBE & CO' T with large spots'or stripes on a neutral Collar
background, seem to be the most \ ..

: Chicago., Kissimmee.- Orange, Center. 4IW popular.As the neck and sleeves finished with (Z';
..>4. .*...OO..O..OOOO.OOOOOO.OO..O..O.R.S.FLOYD I for the blouses, we maywitnessa ; narrower bands of linen. The skirt '. 'j L :
revival of the.gankn smock which
was made enGrely. linen with the .
took so strong hold a summer or so
These' t.umes ,
'a louse> worn over it. ''I
age One of these recently seen was In pale blue, sand and white were
s quite different from the smock as we '
touch embroidery
by
given a contrasting t
kcnw it last summer. It was of tan on the neck and front of the '"
I go-red crepe, long and loose, and slipped waist. Bryan ,Realty Company
on over the head. It was shirred
7 at the neck and at the shoulders alongan Collarless necks in square round .
Dealer In oval line, which was emphasized bya and oval outlines art being: offe-ed by I GRAYSTONe CASINO ,
the of but then '. ' .. r ' '
piping of yellow crepe trimmed creators ctylse\ ; arenot ,, ; : "I'f;,,!
universally becoming, and fortunately ,' " . 'tI" ',, .t,4\ .
:: ..
The 'smock . ..
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with wool embroidery ', , ,
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il"
Groceries Grain and Feed to the those who cannot wear to":n'can .. , .. ," ; "Ii'\
the skirt
Ha.y, ":, '' hung unbelted after the over of most take refuge in the high ''or-the soft, \ ,J'Ii"! ,''L. itllf. t il" I j ';"I..k>i L _;U.", J
; ; : \ -/ knees manner gar- ;
v'1, -- of which
: den smocks. The red and yellow combination rolled collar one or tho other J JOreftce
4 Corner Broadway and,Dakin Ave. in this smock showed the Influence may be depended upon to suit every -
'Timber
I
Graves, lands We Pay Taxes Lae
of tho Indian colorings, one of faoe. Some of the very newest collarsare JKon-res
in clothes. highwith, a large turned-over Cattle Ranches, Country and McnU and Act as Owner's
the notes sports
t Try Us on Your Next Order For FeedS Indian new embroideries on sports coatsof portion doubled back and extending i CIty Property Agents. for Rental Property.
heavy cream-colored silk make very below the base of the collar in a rounded -

2 attractive trimmings and they are also outline. ,
x effective on coats of dark blue serge.! One of the styles in low collars '"
These embroideries are worked in silksor which, still retain popular favor is'
... ...o..oo..o..oo.oo..o.oo..o. oo.. heavy mercerized cottons in very seen in 'the sketch. The collar is of
bright colorings with a"' number of Irish crochet) a dress of fine voile,
colors mixed together. As this is tobe which is. simply made with a gathered Stout Lumber Co.
S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE I IOns
a spring and summer of high col waist and a tucked skirt. For the
I ors, these embroideries will, in allprobability light fabrics of spring'and summer the SUCCESSORS TO MAY-BTOUT LUMBER 00.
take very well. Parasols tucked, models are always good. DEALERS IN
thousand in southwest of Lake Apopks !
Orange ligh ----
c acres County, ; - - - -- - --- ---------------

railing pine land two miles of lake shore, three miles of improved road, A good treatment for a cold settled Much activity" is noted about the different YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS
[ In the lungs Is a Herricks Red Pep- I citrus fruit packing houses in
a nearly one mile being brick road. .
Porous Plaster applied to the '
per Kissimmee, the shipment of fruit to I

I Also 500. acres on OrUndo'snd;Kissimmee brick road,.and.other chest Mallard's: to draw Horehound out Inflammation Syrup to ,relax and I' the northern market being*exceedingly LUMBER '

smaller tracts: tightness. You get the two remedies I. heavy at'this time. Large forces of S
for the price of one by buying the dol- packers are kept busy preparing the Novelty Works in ConnectionIt
A Bomber of pieces interesting, property in cities of Kissimmee, ar size Horehound Syrup; there I if a golden globes :for shipment, and from J

Orlando and Apop a. For prices and terms, write or see owner.S. porous plaster free with each bottle. all line indications will continue the for activity along time. this I is our pleasure to give you estimates st all times.
Osceola some
Sold by Pharmacy. ____ ___ ___ Courteous Attention and '
__ __ __ -_ -u_ __ __ n -- ----- -- Prodpt Delivery
S, GRIFFIN 1 & 3 Watkins Block, Orlando. .

KISSIMMEE OFFICE: In Griffin's Garage, H-12 Poaalel Ave.Atlantic I McCALL ,BOOK, OF FASHIONSSPRING Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla. '

IS..0..oo..o..00.0.oo.00..o.0..oo..oo.4+04+0 tr n/
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Coast Line \ presentation,-Smartest Authentic'of 'the /- INSURANCE and. REAL f STATE I ILet

Standard Railroad of the South Smartest "
Spring: Fashions us insure your Life, your Health, your Property.

East Through Tourists Trains I Fabrics andTrimmings. Information in regard to property for' ,, "

C Exquisite sale and rent cheerful y, gryen.; "
c TO THE EAST .TO THE WEST Embroidery
Designs. In addition to fifteen other good companies, we
-- .
"New York & Florida Special" "Seminole Limited"
:
the' well known
, Attractive and now represent .. ,
"Fla. & Wet Indian Limited" "The Southland"
:' Economical Suggestions
4 HOME FIRE INSU A.NCE'Co'. of-New
"Coast Line Florida Mail" '"Dixie Limited" for York' ,
h Dainty Lingerie. X, G- "'"6TAGFNER I. .
"Palmetto Limited" "Dixie,Flyer'- ,

'Y, "St. Louis-Jacksonville Express" \ McCALL- BOOK Of 1 Second floor Citizens_Bank Bldg. 1 ICssinimee: Fla. ".

* ?Steel Sleeping Can, Tampa to' Washington, /J fASHIONS IS I/,/ .. ....,................ .... ........ .. to. ... 5 : '1.'

i; :Philadelphia and New'York. From Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, o r Price 25c (by mail II IIQ a i'
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35c); Canadian price .
y Louisville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland and Grand Rapids.. 30c (by mail 40c), s 00: ,:

,4 f' Observation Car*-Dining C...... 1 including PATTERN a ,C FREE O U.;' ., FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED 'f ::

For reservations apply to PON good for 16c' .. "f
toward the chase, s 'One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town ;
A. \Y. FRITOT J.'G. KIRKLAND put '250' ; fr

Division Passenger Agent Division Passenger Agent tern of any 'McCall Pat foot front, 208 foot depth.. Rich Muck Soil ,adapted for it1'

, r 138 W. Bay St, JackaoaYiDe.Hill.boro. Hotel,Tampa MddP.No.7640 NOW ,ON, SALE McCJPwte.No.76J3' ,, Banana or, Truck Growing: Eighteen'inch fall to city

ditch. Make home for itself. '' t
your pay ,
S. :GILBERT ",
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._. THE,. KISSIMMEE VALLEY G.UE1TE.FRmAY, MARCH 9, ''1917 1\ EHVWi

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Everglades Suit Will .Be Taken 'of.today if'you would,have the man of tlon aid shall primaries have fort the' right 'to, vote'la.

RABBITS COONS AND GOPHERSDO tomorrow thrifty One candidate for mayor.
'
.
chief lesson that American On* candidate for clerk.
To'UnitedStates Court Immediately "This .is the One candidate for treasurer

H ,:history teaches"us. A nation One candidate for marshal and tit
"
'
NOT CARRY CATTLE TICKS which Ignores the teaching of thrift collector.Three candidate.. for member of. '

'The Everglades, Drainage League tL': by the recent' decision redress to its.children will*'never be permanently City Council for two years each.
Five member ...cutl.. commit't
of
1- announces that an appeal to the ha been denied to these 20,000 land thrifty I : *. for one year. ,

United States Supreme Court will betaken buyers, and the people of Florida haye *j Time Kr tMtlfrlBr
been denied an opportunity to recover The problem how to dip all of the rabbits>> coons, gophers and other Each person desiring to have b")
at once from the order of Judge the millions TAKES OFF' DANDRUFF name printed on the primary election
M. Call:in the United States of acres of lands whcih animal carrying tick.of one kind or another In addition to the catUe in. HAIR STOPS FALLING I ballot a* a candidate for any city office
JJydon we believe have illegally and improperly hall ale with the chairman of this

District Court,. dismissing the suit of bean given to railroads. and big Rested with ticks, baa been one of, the main obstacles to success. from, the committee, on or before FebruaryII,
1(17. his notice cf candidacy and application
corporations. Save Your Hair I Get a 25 cent bottlfof
;Jv, B.; Showalter and others fors receiver viewpoint of those person who do not, know that cattle lever Uclu do not Danderine right now Also to have his 'nameso printed
internal "We confidently believe that the upon a blank to b* tarnished by the
for tie improvementfund Supreme Court of the United .States live on any' animals except cattle< horse and untie. steps itching scalp chairman of this committee and accompanied
of.: Florida. The following.state- will by the amount of his aae.s-
give justice: to these land buyersand ". aa below and no name
meht hOJ been issued: I will also permit us to test the Farmers'' Bulletin No, 56* of the H United. States Department"of Agriculture. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy of any Ut".d. shall be printed. n

'Our attorneys are of the opinion questions whether the railroads havea has 'the following information about ticks; I I hair la mute evidence of a neglected upon or counted. or returned If printed .
ballot unless this '
any such provision *
clear title to the of dandruff that awful scurf.
Everglades lands scalp shall have been with.. ,
that Judge Call' decision will noL II I compiled
I
given them as a gratuity by the .trus "A very-prolific cause for argument against Che relation of ticks to Texas There II i nothing so destructive to Porm .f Ballet : '
sustained by the higher-court. Judge tees. the hair as dandruff. It rob the hair The votingIn. said primary elections)

Call. says, in effect, that the state of "It is edifying to know that. the fever, or tick fever has been the confusion which exists with reference of its lustre, its strength aid its very hall be by Drat and second choice bal.

Florida is not bound to use for drain. railroad interests in th* state are to the various species ot ticks observed on cattle.: Some stockmen have I life, eventually producing a> feverlshw lot of the In compliance state primary with laws the, provision and the f

age purposes, xclusivtly the swamplands highly gratified over the dismissal 'of flees and itching of the scalPr which names of the candidate for each office 4p

received from the'United States our suit. Railroad officials,' as we Claimed that ticks will not cause tick fever, because their experience has not if not remedied causes l' roots ball ba printed in. the ballot In alphabetic -
e under the provisions of th act of Con. know to shrink, loosen'' and die-th.n the *! order.
have
been much perturbed over 'Ca._ .1 net
been with the Texas-fever ticks, but with the species of ticks which are va. '
hair Danderine
falls out fast. A little
grelll of 1850. our proposal to try to recover, these The committee shall meet at I o'clock
4 "This act of 1859 contains the following millions of acres of land for the drainage -" harmless so tar as their ability to:.&.,ransmit Texas fever is concerned. tonight-now any time-will surely p. m. on the 10th day of Marsh 1117
., save your ,hair. In the City Council chamber of the city
' 'Provided provision however i that the fund. It i salvo highly significant "A similar experience with these tick has been found on man cattle, Get a ?5 cent bottle of Knowlton'sDanderine of Klsslm-ne*. and publicly. canva..tbe
proceeds that Mr. E. J, L'Engle who fat returns In accordance with the primary
; of said. lands whether from sale ha been known throughout the years stateas harmless ticks upon woodland far removed horses, sheep and deer. from any drug store. You election law of Florida, and declare
by direct appropriation in kind from cattle and confusing them "AMERICAN'DOO: : TICK; also called surely can have beautiful hair and lot what candidate have been nominated
,
or an for railroad
attorney Interests
if will little Dan for each office voted for and
of it Just try a
shall be far with cattle tick have led others to wood tick.. This tick resembles the you
applied exclusively
} as as appeared in this case, associated with the chairman and )
derine.. Save hair! Try it I
necessary to the purpose of reclaim. Attorney General West, as one of the claim that it would be impossible to net tick so closely that a hand 1 lena. your committee, within two dal."lber.a".r.
! Jng said lands by means of the levees lavrvera for the eradicate the latter from Infested pasture mast be used to distinguish between shall certify the name e
trustees of
..l the inter them. However. It can be readilyknown Job printing; of many, kinds is done, date receiving the nomination for any
_. and drains aforesaid.: improvement. fund. *. However, their life historiesare of Ac* to the city authorities cf Xlaalra-
from the Texas-fever, tick by and done well at the office/ of the -
This act of 1850 has never been repealed "Some of th* have parallel since the cattle tick : mea aa the nomine of this party forth
newspapers pro- noL the fact that the so-called head parts Valley Gasette. office to b* voted for at the general .
or amended by Congress. It is claimed the dismissal of our suit as a demand the blood ot cattle or equine are longer and broader. This tick has el.otlon to b* held March SI, 1(17.AaSSBB .

still the law, and it is the only law under victory for the state of Florida. They in order to mature while the ear dog, been found on man, cattle, docs, .. -

which Florida hold or can claim are mistaken. Those most affected by lone star and other ticks do not. Thus, horses, rabbits and panthers and has For the of the purpose primary of defraying election, the Include expenses

title to the Everglades. If it dot not this>*uit are- not the state officials If the fever ticks can be separatedfrom been collected in weeds and on i ing the payment of Inspector End'

impress a trust upon these lands. then noW" office, but Jfao railroads and these animals for a definite period uncultivated lands In many sections Legal clerk, printing:: ; of ballot, etc., the fol
It 'would seem that language has no 1I1I1I1"J' lowingaseeaments are levied againstprospective
corporation* which have benefited of the especially in easternUnited
? they will die from lack of a country ,
candidates for the variousoffices
meaning an believe that the ; : -
firmly Supreme Courtof
of former administrations and Ticks "LONft STAR TICK. The body of Mayor five dollars
States Will How To Distinguish Clerk. lI.e dollars. *
the United reverse the the dismissal v.
I this and of the suit Is a temporary 'There this tick is oblong oval and ot a yellowish .. I. . . I r . . . . Treasurer, are dollar '
lower of ticks
,1 eoutt; on point, permitour .victory for the'railroads and a 'are eight species!, gray or brown color. The red- Marshall and tax collector five dot.
suit to be tried on its merits. Incidentally temporary defeat: for th epeople of which have been found on cattle in dish-brown area at the front of the tick IN CIRCUIT COURT, STATE Of'I...oa- Imr. ,

the order of'.dismissal. in Florida." this country.' They all show the same la composed of the head and head IDA Member City Council.; two dollars

'the l district court may prove to be a successive stages of development, shield. The latter extends backwarda ,,,1---
Complainant "
,
I distinct advantage our cause, since namely I eggs, larvae or seed ticks, short distance' to form a triangle Charles Mitchell L.Peterson Coulsen and Carrie 8eas" ;v*r, The folowlng Inspector ...d clerk

It-allowa''us.to get.: .the .cue': "'Wore. Seed-grafted avocados often bear njrmps, and adult male and female In the apex of which la a white or Defendants. are aid h.r.by,4..I..nat.4 primary election. to, conduct. the

quickly before the Supreme Court second titan: three varieties;' stand tick. 'Much stress cannot be laid metalllo yellow'spot,from which It '- : H. M. Bratton.. B O. Vans

where' we'tried originally to ban it more cold orange. Write J.'B. upon the color of these various ticks, derives Its name, 'Lone Star.' The Seventh Judicial Circuit.- Osceola- County ; Agnew, J. W. Lilly.
Beach, ,West Palm Beach for free In Chancery, CI.rkj! A. E. Thomas.
brought, being prevented only by the I as it change considerably with, age mature female may reach one-half l-tt & It BULLOCIC'Chairmin.In .
.
.United States attorney general's declination booWet. 7tf '''TEXAS-FEVER OB CATTLE Inch In length and has tour pairs of It app..arm.c by" affidavit appended to

to permit the suit to be TICK. This tick may be readily distinguished long thin legs.. This tick has been the bill filed In the above-ctated cause Circuit Court for the .... '
brought in the name of the United You I from the other seven ticks found on cattle, dogs horses sheep,. that Charles I* Coulaon and Carrl.S..er. dicial Circuit of the State of Flora
Whenever Need Oeaeral Tosde "
defendant therein
the named.
In and for Osceola County. In ChBj>-
:
States without specific direction by Take Ororo'a by the small head. The four pairs of goats bogs and man. are nonresident of the state of Flor. cery. f. A. Stroup'and R. IX FraTJi-.

congress. The Old Standard Grove's TasteleM legs on mature licks are brown, moderately "EAR TICK. The shape of this ida and are resident of the ltr ofDetroit ford. oom lalnant.. vs. Tom 'TC' ,
"Our suit was brought on behalf of long, and very, slender. .The lick 1* similar'to that of the body state of MlcMn and eaoh are dr....., et .L respondent.Quiet title.
chill Tonic is valuable
equally as a over the age of twenty-one year| It I. Order of Tb
the people of the state of Florida and General Tonic because) it contains: the body Is oblong oval in shape and the of a violin.. It Is nearly twice as long therefore ordered that said nonresident mar conofrn.publication.It .ppsmjf au lroeiWe

of the 20,000 people who were induced well known tonic propertiesof color varies from a 'dull yellow to an M broad rounded at both ends!,. and defendant be and are hereby required worn Bill of Complaint Sled In ,the

to-buy land in the Everglades under and IRON. It acts: on the Liver, Drives olive brown.' slightly constricted 1A the middle. to appear to the bill of 'Monday' died above .. that there are '

promises of drainage, made by the oat Malaria Enriches the Blood, and. "CASTOIMBKAN TICK: The body. I Found In the ears of cattle," horses. In said day cause of April on,or A.before O. 1117, Otherwisethe thth ( scribed persona Interested lathe Bill In the of Complaint property'' jn-id'

trustees of the internal" improvement. BoOda. up the"W sole System.' 50 cents. of' this tick resemble, In shape t.b.ai and other animals allegations of said bill will betaken said case, other than the known re- y

of m egg plant, and it take its "CHICKEN TICK In shapa and It I I.a further* confessed ordered by said that defendant this orderbe pondent the name a of. such named other therein* and.0.111)-tnst:

name from its similarity: to the bean appearance this tick la like an enlarged published once, a Week for four eon.seoutlve terested are unknown to persona complainants,

DEPARTMENT Of' 1't'DI+iV Jj'I''R'\1' TJO. rs of the castor-oil plant. TWO stout and red bug. .The head Is CO completely week In the Klsslmmee Valley and there also appearing to be certain
I ___ :" well developed 'feelers may' be seen l covered. by the body that It Qaette., a newspaper 'published' "insalt named respondent to said Bill whose

t. JTAluAHA88Sa.! >LA., February It. 141T. extending outward on each side of the cannot be seen from the back. Seldom county lit day and of state.This 1917. baptismal name and unknown notgiven
The following texts wilt! be used da basis fpl' the Attentions In the Florida head. This tick has been collected found on cattle; but frequently. on J. I February 1fREET. because their are rid
Uniform that relief I I. prayed In the said Bill o.
examination for Ideates .Jllh Hit
County Cert Uegintilhif and Hep
/ from cattle goats horses deer dogs, chickens, turkeys and other birds in Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
temlter 4th, and tor any other regular O aunty Examination that may be calledIn ; Complaint against the said unknown ?
117. .. cats, foxes rabbits, birds and man. the South O'BRYAN PLEDGER. respondents It I* therefore ordered
I Solicitor for, Complainant. llNOTICtO t that Vaughn, Carr Band-
- Pardons*. desiring 'copies of th.llt.oan secure' them from County Superintendent "NET TICK. The body of the adult ''"EUROPEAN DOG TICK., The tin. Knowle. ._ Stock 'wife at>>

.-' Price female tick Is oblong oval, five-eight feelers are- longer and more prominent FOR PUBLICATION, J Edmund F. Stack 'and all parties

ORTHOOnAPHT-Aiwell's New Centtt-ry. Speller, 88BD-.__ ._._____..__I ..18HRADINO Inch long, and of''a deep brown or than In the cattle tick, but not claimingInterests In the land In the
.. Bill of In
n..rt..t ol the I ertor Complaint the above styled
'
-Any test. slate color. It has tour pairs of legs so Ions as In the castor-bean tick.
J1'10GRAPHY-Frye'' Higher Oeoitrap by, G.--.:..".._____.__...,.:_. 8HITHMBTIC cause described. under any of the following -'
< -MUne'i Progressive. Book III. A...____:. ::_ ./l of moderate length. Besides the This tick ha been'collected from IT.. .. Lead. OfSe .t.0.1.41.1111... Ma ; parties, Tom B. Andrews. B. &
., .' ORAMMAR-Hyde's Two-Book Courae, In ,English, Book II,SSBD----5.: .49. grooves that are, located like those dogs, cattle, sheep, foxes, rabbits, Veb. 10. 117 Booth Benjamin Elliott Hammar. Ten
.. 1" U H, HISTORY-Our Republic bSBD.__.-- _....:-OI' ?.____."._.___,-___.__.. .1I1i In the cattle tick.' there is a marginal squirrels, gophers, cats birds, man nle P. Hammer Benjamin B. Hammer,
FLORIDA HISTORY-Brevard and Bennett! A. .__....-...,.,_.-....'_ ..11.II extending around the another' hosts la ,eastern United Notice I* bereby'glven that C..P..r.. Blair Burwell. Jr.. _Blair Burrell._Jr.. '
VnyBIOLXXlY jRltchle'* Human Physiology BSBD.____.?_,_.,..._,--,;___ ".6"i groove : Heath, of Loug-hman, Florida, who. on Vaughn, Carr" Co. Vaughn,
body just Inside the border, The net Stale' Carr Samuel T. Carr Fanny J. Carr,
.THEORY: AND PRACTICII-Col..rov.! . The Teacher and the School : April 11, 1110, made Homestead Entry, ; :
scno ;: ?_?___..___...._-?--_'___,___--.-___.._.- ..15 NoOSS84.. for NWU of NWU. Section Charles Oodolphln Bennett. WilliamH.nry
COMPOSITION-Huntington's --------------------.------------------------------------------ ---- Bennett William H. Hollls. and I-
Elements of Composition 888q.------.. .60 14. Townahlp 16 8, Mange! 17 IO., T.II&.
.
the following trustees under the will
;
AIRiCULTURE-Duggar'. Agriculture for Southern School, RSRD-.... .0.<
Meridian ha filed notice intention
hsvaae of
STATES FACING SERIOUS verbial thriftlessness of the rank and of Hamilton Olaston........4. Henry
CIVIL OOVKRNMRNT--Jatnv and Banford'' Our 'Government.88BD. _._ .10 UNITED to make Five-year Proof to ..- .
PHYSICAL OKOOUAPHr-Maurv-Slmonds's. A., ......,_.__.'.-.._.-..____ 1.SO- voiced tabllah claim to the land above deaertbt Dlsston., Bdnvind F. Steck, TkoonMating. ,
ALCJKBKA.-Milne's High School. ,A _._.____' + .. 1.00BonV ECONOMIC CONDITIONSThat file of our population by Fund Safe Deposit, Title Jb,
-- -------------- -
-J.- S.Vt of the me. Trust Company of Philadelphia Pa*.
marked A may be purchased iro'm the American Cook Co., Atlanta, 1- Straus president and the followingother persons, Elisabeth
.- Oa.; 8SBD' from tha,8outh School Book repository. Atlanta, da.; 0, from American Society for Thrift.. In a 1517.Claimant name as wltne...*: B. ,Olsstoo. ,,."Sandlln, dt Knowles_,"
:: dlitn Co.. Atlanta, da.; also from mo t Book Dealer. In Florida. the United States is facing a communication presented by him to B. G. Hancock of Ix>uahman, Florida. Sandlln.wife of Edmund KaowleeSteak F. Stalk If any,,
economic condition; 8. It. Field, of Loughman, Florida. .ald
When thought advisable, books have been chosen from the list adopted by serious as a re the committee, on thrift education of Peter. Daley, of Loughman, Florida. of Ins Interests parties therein are dee..ed"under ...or L.claim-Band-
the State Uniform Text Book Commission suit of the heavy burdens placed uponit Joseph Gwalna, of'uhman.; FioreIda
.
: 'W. N: SHE ATS, the national education association, of Un, deoaaaed or otherwise claiming interests
f
the abroad and by'the therein, the raid propertybeingthe
Statl Superintendent of Publlo Instruction. by war ,pro- which Straus,is a memberin, session l-6t ROBT.--MT. DAVIS. Reelater. following described property., ,vis:

recently declared that the present abnormal All that part of Section Thirty <(
NOTICE that lies. South of the County Road and
--.It--.A. ______ .. -.: ... .... ... --- .. prices for'commodities is an : all that part of Section Thirty-one Jill
.
--q hereby given
'' .
,,-,,-,,-" V". 11(- ,... ,w... ...- Notice1. that the annual that lie. North of the County Road, except
indication of serious condition.. I meeting of the stockholder of the Seventy-five (71) acres more orlasa
thiscom'mittee SOUTHERN UTILITIES COMPANY, bounded on th* West by the West
"I believe 'member of
every will be held at the office of the Com
bank of Canal, on the South by the
is willing to admit'the seriousness any. KlRBlmmee Oaceola county, FlorIda County Road on the East by the Eaat
Great on Tuesday, March 17th, 117," at tine of said Section Thirty-one (Sl). ,
Subscription Bargain of the economic situation in 11 o'clock noon, for the election of dl and on the North by the waters edge
America", Straus declared. rector: for +the, en oln r:' year, and for .t Fish ..Lake also excepting th*.Right
the transactoln of and all business
any of Way of the Railroad aa It pa..esthrough

"While it is true that.we.a. ana.tlon' .
that may come before the meeting.T. said lands, said land lyingIn
''
are prosperous it is equally un- W. MOFFATT,' Oaceola County, FIlL do appear to the
controvertible that as individuals we 11.lt' Secretary. complainants'' Bill 0'1 Complaint herein

. are profligate. In ,this country the filed, on or before Monday, the 7th day
NOTIttg OK ADMINISTRATORF.r of May A. I>. 117. else In due course of
records of the surrogate courts, for ( Fi.al lH ffc.rare) law-the raid Bill of Complaint will betaken
example show that 82 out of every ---- a* confessed by said unknown
100 men who die leave no income pro- I. C.mrt *f.C*'..*r....... parties. It I* further ordered that this
Slate Klertre
THE: KISSIMMEE: : VALLEY GAZETTE: order b* published one a week for 11
., ducing estates. Only 3 per cent leave I consecutive week In the KlsslmmeeVallvy
estates amounting to 10,000 or more.; I.. !>>,.,.. of Pfclll. H.... Gazette a: weekly'newspaper

Out of every 100 women who are left Oo.la C..F rubll.hed and of general circulation
Wide-Awake which carries -
Your County Paper County of Oaceola and
., widows, only 18 are in good or comfortable Notice la hereby ,,lflv.... to all 'whom Stale of Florida. Witness the Honorable A
the Complete Local .and Home" News, Personal circumstances. The other 48 It may concern that on the 7th day of James W. Perkins .a. Judge of
September A. D. KIT I shall apply to
'are obliged to to work and 35 said Court and my: name aa Clerkthereof
; go. are the Honorable T.'' M Murphy, Judge of
'
and the official seal of thesaid
' l" Mention,,Editorials/and 3 Years Subscription to, .lift either in absolute want or are, said Court as Judge of Probate, for Circuit Court at KlsslmmeeOe-

.' to a,great extent, objects of charity.At my final discharge a* Administrator of ceola County, Florida' on Ihla the ,1st'
the estate of Philip Mohr' deceased; day of February, A, D. 117.J. '
for
the present time and several
THE SOUTHERN: RURALISTThe : and that at the same time I will present U OVERSTREET.' '
J : years we have been' going to said Court,, my final account. as A* Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid.Clrrnlt '..
through a period of c abnormal'prloes Administrator of said- estate." .*, .and.ask, ( curt BealJOHNSTON ) '
.
South' Greatest Agriculturist Magazine, together with a splendid for commodities. The American house for Dated their March approval.6th, 117. ,Aa Coonael A for GARRETT Compl.inant.'T.Ut .. "'
.. wife today is, paying: her grocer and A. EJ. I>ROUC HTI l'

; THREE SHEET GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART 28x36 INCHES I her butcher'prices: that are reminiscent 11-ie-m -- Administrator., In Circuit'Court for the Seventh Ju b
of the days of the civil war, but dlclal Circuit of the State of Florida -
FOR WHITE PRIMARY
it is not specifically the high cost of CALL ] ELECTION In and for Osceola County.' In Chan.
at a price that will appeal to you. Read the offer below:: living that affords cause for alarm. eery F. A. Stroup and ,H. D.Frank-'
"' ford. complainants, va.. Tom :B. An* t
KISSIMMEE vVALLEY GAZETTE The seriousness of the situation lies in draw, et .1, defendant, Quiet Title.
j > SPECIAL those facts that make 'the cost of livIng The city executive committee of the Order of Publication. To all whom'

Weekly 1 Year $2.00 high, and this is to great extent 'white -rnan'a lIart,." met recently and It may concern. It appearingby
. r I formulated the following call,, for a the .sworn Bill of Complaint filed in the
''' thriftlessness. The European war, "white man's primary:" above entitled' cause that the, respondents .' .
,
SOUTHERN RURALIST which is the most prodigious exampleof The city eeeutlv commute of ,the herelnbelow named are persons
I.. Combination I Price wastefulness in the "whit man's party" In the city of whose residences and age are un,
,Seml-Monthly 3 Years -, .- $1.50 history of the Klsalmme hereby call and provide forholding known. and that relief la sought In the
:
,, .,, ;
is
world responsible to a great extent a. "white *; primary lection said suit against them. It Is therefore
i '; .' for the untoward conditions in Amer. to b* held In the city Klsslm-/ ordered that Tom B. Andrews. 8. 8.
QEORGAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA; : 75 ica. Values me. In compliance with the laws of Booth, Benjamin Elliott Hammar. Ten
running far into the bil.
if the state of Florida. said primary to nle P. Hammer Benjamin K. Hammer
-f WALL ',CHART, .,J . $1.50 G.2 .'_ lions have been wiped out in the unhappy be held during the hour fixed by law Blair Burwell Jr. Blair. Burrell. Jr..
lands ,across the sea, ,and the for the holding? of election on Satur. Vaughn Carr do., .-. Vaughn,--
end is not day. March 10, 117. for the nominationof Carr.: Samuel T. Carr,.. Fanny J. Carr:: r
Total, 5.00 yet insight. All-humanity candidate for city elective offices to Charles Qodolphln Bennett William
must help share the burden of this b* voted for at the general election to Henry Bennett.-William Hollls. and
>, waste. Every citizen in America today be held In said city of Klsslmme on the following truotees under the will
.1; Saturday. March at, 1(17. of Hamilton Dlsston, deceased. Henry t
:-, .GEOGRAPHICAL. . .ENCYCLOPEDIA', WALL, .CHART- is helping to pay this giant's tax. < <(<&........1... .. 11:1...... Dteston Edmund F. Steek. a*) .u//!"
And, what is more distressing, there Those, and only those persons, ..1'1,11b. trustees, and the following other per-

'' Sa{ a work.wkJch, coiuub of three lari."doaLleliaeeb, 28x38 inches In size, bound together at tb.top . will be no letup with,'the dawn of permitted to rote at of, or said participateIn sona. Elisabeth" E. Dl.ston. "SandlinKnowles *
the management primary Knowle.
,
Sandlln -
by SB enamel Strip with metal loops for hanriBf. The front sheet hu a splendid map of tho, peace. 'The enormous war bills of i lection who are white electors, who Steck. wife. of Edmund F. Steek.b .
Europe will place a load qpon the citl. declare their adherence to the principle and they. are hereby required to b* '
colored and Tarnished shows. .
world, beautifully steamer routes witla'cliatuctl between'port: On roTcrso tens of America for many years, to and.organisation of the ..hlt.. man'. and appear to the Bill of Complaint

C side, illustrations of the Panama Canal. with couplet statistics, data, etc. On ta. next skeet. come. At the came time we have as party'In the"elty: of Klaalmmee Klssln.i who filed In the said cause In th* court
the law of of
are by the city aforesaid, on or before Monday, the Snd
b a .large map of your sttte, showing each'county colored separately railroads. and distances, congressional an additions,] burden the thriftlessness mee lawful electors, who have on or day and senatorial districts. Around the martin of aO of. our own people and this is proverbial before February 10. 117 their aid due
: are portraits goTernors of the stated
We the Belshazzar all poll for the year to and include course of law b* taken a*' confessed
ai when each dui served., On reverse side '.Gaseteer, of tho state with last ce llaa.. Tholhird nations. We are have for' of who have registered up against the said respondent It la
generations log March 'th, 1(17, an4wbo pledgethemselves further ordered that this) order be pub.
: ; : sheet' contains a. good colored map of tIM U. S., aba. standard parcel post map of lie U. S.;wits been seated the Babylonian feast of to abide by the, result of Risked one a week for eight consecutive -

L' fall parcel post iafalioIaWl,''regulations, etc;.also I popalafioi of all .tho. priadpal cities of tho. plenty. But ..thIs hand has written aid nominee primary thereof election at the.and ensuing vote for city the Gazette weeks a weekly In the newspaper KlMlmm publishedand Valley

U. S. This something needed.La every. sere office and school and cannot be gotten"anywhere- upon the wall. Unless we take warn- election.tMISra., of general circulation In th* city'
ing '''we will suffer the, fate, of that .lra* ef Cam4la.e* of Klaslmmea, county of Oaceola, andState
f at retail for less. than 150. ., ancinet city which for 2,000 Those, and1' only those person shall of .< Witness the Honorable -
yean
; t b* permitted to .come candidates for James W. PerkJna aa Judge of
ruled the word with undisputed ..way..I ofne.. to be voted'' for In Bald primary aid Court, and mjr name aa Cleric
J ". feel safe in saying also that election, who pledge themselves In thereof and the seal of Bald Circuit
1" Only a Limited Number, BO, .send. your order.at.once to the every member of this committee will writing to afttd by the result of said Court, at 1C1..lmm..lo.-la..County,'
''' - ", elecAen and support the n.m. Florida, on this the 1st day '. bl'1ll...
agree with me 11; the assertion that Pet thereof U. A.. D. 2'1'1.' ,4 .-
VALLEY .rp' .
KISSIMMEE GAZETTE. KISSIMMEE' FLORIDA :
: ,. only through our school can the '* of the statea- Florida and J.'L OVER5TRffiglT.
change from these unhappy conditions city e< Kiulnmt** to hold of nee.Lfac A* Clark Circuit 'Court aforraald. ,'
erorae** 6 .* Filled; (Circuit Court. Seal
.' ,
-II be brought about. Begin. at the Each elector In the city.of KI..ltam..1! JOHNSTON 4e GARRETT -

I ;- """ y.. ".,-.,. 1f"o. ; foundation. Teach: thrift ftf the chili,,qua ." to-vote La"aaUj! primary .lo. | A* Co.al for. < *."\
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1, SPECIAL OFFERINGSFor SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS; 9tooOt O 4 SURPRISE. BIRTHDAY I' PARTY 4 I Some Sensational Values In

.t
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Friday--3 p.-m., Mothers and,, Miss Violet Bullock was quite pleasantly 4
Saturday March 10 Teachers Club will meet with Mrs. J. surprised Thursday evening': Panama Nats

L. Overstreet in business session.' Full when a party of her (rietids appearedt
attendance requested.. t; ospend the evening. The occasion
w 7 p. m., Girls of Epworth of the was the anniversary of her birthday, WOMEN
FOR MEN AND
a Extra Sheets, pure bleached, seamless, size Methodist\ Church wilkenteitain at the and each guest presented the honoree
Q9e. I bungalow. with -
a pretty present.Convereation
81x90, torn and hemmed, price, . '. .Saturday h *ft ,J'. m., the Ladies and dancing amused Ladles' Wide Brim Panama Hats,/ 2.75
A A, of the Presbyterian Churcn will the young people and refreshmentswere _

Mohawk Sheets, pure bleached,seamless, this 99c give a pie social and food sale at the118't served in the dining room. Medium Brim Panama Hats 1.98
,
Memorial Building. (March 10.)
well known brand, 81x90, price, . _. 'Enjoying this. party, were: Misses
Monday-P., m., Entre Nous Club; Violet Bullock,Adah Louise Simpson,
Salem Pillow Cases bleached torn and hem. Mrs. Milton Pledger, hostess Grace .Gilbert, Maggie May McCran- Narrow Brim Panama Hats, 1.25 r
,
f 22c: 7 p. m., Kissimmee Music Club at nie, Carrie Cannon, Anna Williams, '

med, 36x42, price, ." a ,si :_ the Hart Memorial Building.. Carolyn Fripp,, Kathryn Carr, Lois Men's Panama Hats, .' 1.98
win.ter
Tuesday p. m., reception to Johnson, Loreno Donegan and Norma a
1 Other Special will be on display visitors at the '{{art M-emoria' Griffin; Messrs. Lawrence and Roy

i for.sale Saturday onlyKATZ'S Building.Wednesday p. m., Will Bryan Carr Frank Bradley Bryan, Ted Harris Estey Edgar, Haward and White Canvas Boots'lad< Shoes

Chapter of the U. D. C., will hold the Waddick, Raymond Bearden, Charlie .
: regular meeting at the Hart Memorial Rogero William Arnold, Murray .Ov r
: Building (March 14th). It is im erstreet Dick and Ned Bullock, and FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY "
portant that all members bs present at Bert Wells '

.. this .meeting. B. K. Moseley,, Secretary Ladies'White Canvas Boots, .. $2.98

Kissimmee, Florida Thursday-9 p. m., dancing partyat 4 OO. OOOOOOOOO 4 Ladies' White Low Shoes, White. Iron Soles, ,1.75 "'"

the Gray stone Hotel. 4 CAMP FIRE GIRLS,MEET. 4

r .0; +
4 -- --- HO"ColULLJNERY -" tO.OH OOOOOOOO+
4 4 Description cannot do justice to our exceptional
.'>l l "| aC IOIOIOI'I'IOIOI IOIOIOIO< OI'IOI'I'IO' 0110' 4 OPENINGS 4 The Fulechee Camo Fire Girlsjnet values in Spring and Summer Wear. Hats. and
at the home of Griffin Tues-
0 O. day afternoon, following Gladys school. Shoes for Men, Women and Children. You must

Society Notes I During the social hour followingthe see 'em to appreciate the great offerings we make (
On Tuesday of next week millinery busmsss routine, Mrs.* Griffin
openings will be held at the Bon Ton served dainty refreshments of wafers

(Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) Hat,Shop and at Miss Bandy's store, and hot chocolate. >
when Kissimmee ladies will put house- The charter members of this newly
hold cares aside and will spent a por- organized society ore: Guardian, Mrs. DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
Request Is mad to all 1 patrons of tie Valley Gazette to send items > tion of the day in,viewing the soring H. C. Summers; Misses Lois Over- I,

A ...W.Society. ...Events:.V ,the,..Editor. for.,publication.In..U>ee..column,, ,I'' ; ; styles.' Extra help, will employed. street, Gladys Griffin. Lena Williams, ,
: .. at'both- stores to enable the-ladiea-to .Mary Singletary, Dorothy..Wells.JU1- .
i inspect the hats to the best'advantageand lien Harris,"'Muriel' Pr.entis;;' honoralimember G. W..PERSONS. . CO.. Prop., I

...-----------------1.......--..- ..- . . . - - - *- *' .. _ _ - - - -- _. . to Insure their making careful Christie Summers' o ; ;'t a*aJ'*:
selection. ,. The young people are quite enthusiastic
::1 'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO O OOOOO.. O.O..OO These semt-annual events are always over this fascinating! line, of

: a .. pleasurably, anticipated and a study and are working hard for hon .
RECEPTION AT.HART ]MEMORIAL 4 TALENT TEA 4
large crowd will be. present on that; ors. On the next meeting"they will ;
f O 0 +- date. go on a hike to Mill} loiifr'i., .,, At the Churches

O O..O .., ,, TAYLOR'SPressatoriirm .
dr ----- -_ ..
OOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO V'-- < .
.H'OO.O.OOOOOOOO ; OO.O". OO 4.0? a444+'M JJ.
----:: The Ladies Aid of the Methodist 4''. 4 4 : < SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST MISSION .
The Tuesday,evening reception at Church entertained their friends witha 4 MOTHERS-TEACHERS\ CLUB
the Hart Memorial was a pretty social talent tea at the Bungalow Saturday 0 4 ED -

courtesy to winter, visitors, which. afternoon, which was largely attended OH "O 0 4 Just Opened OnBROADW Sunday school, 10 a. m.
NS has been resumed and a large attendance cio Preaching by pastor, 7 p. m. .
marked the this week, Mrs. W. B. Harris, Mrs. W. C.: Bass The following program, consistingof MisB, Mabel Over treet and Alberta A )' Subject: A Solemn Call from Three r
given
one Mrs. Ad Gilbert and Mrs.H. C. Sum- original papers, will be given at Hopson entertained the members of Major Prophets.
with Miss Elizabeth' Aultman as host- mers were hostesse.-for this pleasanteven the Hart Memorial Building on Fri- the Junior League of the Methodist Kext to Chamber Commerce Rest Room Prayer meetings Wednesday evi
ess. A,well arranged program was and had arranged a program for day, 3:15: o'clock p. m., March 16. church at the Bungalow I', Tueixlay. aft- ening, 7 o'clock. "
presented arid each number was highly reading and musical numbers as follows Guests will be cordially welcomed. ernoon, at 5:30: with game dear to I We shall be glad to have you worship I
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praised by the guests. Several of : Program: the hearts of the littt} folks! Re- We do Pressing and Clean .with us.FIRST 7
:the numbers were compositions of Song-Bonnie Sweet Bessie, the Some Women Writers of Today treshments'of sandwiches and chocolate ing right doe Ut a Trial
James Whitcomb Riley, who is every. Maid of Dundee (Gilbert), Miss Edyth Mrs. J. E. Lupfer. were served to about twenty BAPTIST CHURCH t
.; body's favorite. Shearouse, Fairy Tales, Legends and Poems members who weN In attendance.; O. B. Falls, pastor. '
The program follows: Piano selection Fifth; Nocturne every child should know, Miss Towel I I
school 9:45 N. C. Bryan
'Reading-Much, Miss Lottie Clark. (Lebach), Mrs. M. G. Shearouse, Jr. !. ,DANCE AT GRAYSTONE KISSIMMEE LANDMARK BURNED Supt.Sunday ; .
Song-I Hear a Thrush at Eve, Reading, selected, Mrs. R. M. Ev The Bible as literature. Mrs. Fripp. 'Another successful dancing partywas 11 .
Preaching at
a. SubjectCan -
Mrs. Harold Smedal. ans. \ Per Secretary. given by the Graystone,manage EARLY LAST SUNDAY MORNING m.
the Saved Ever Be Lost?
;? Reading-The River, Miss Alva. Song'-A Dusky Lullaby: -(Gilborte ment Thursday evening, when a good Sun Beams at 2 .
.Fortner. ), Miss Laura Thomas. .... floor, fine music and a congenial crowdall (Continued From Page One. ) Jr. B. Y. P. U. at p.'m.3 m. ..

Reading'-The Wish, and Fairy Reading, selected' Miss Lenora, Van- contributed towards the pleasurable anSf may have to be rabuilt. The cot Sr. B. Y. P U. at p.6:30L.: I?...Gel"! .
Song, little Olivine Savage. Duzer. 4 ENTRE. NOUS event. tages were damaged to the extent of president. ?" '
Song-Mummie's,. Little Baby Boy Song-A Perfect Day! encote-- 4 This is one of a series of dances the nearly a thousand dollars, and Mr. ger Preaching at 7:15. Subject-The, t
,Mrs.Smedal. Never Mind the Sorrwos, Mrs. Stanley OOtOO 60.0 .. .OOO OO irst.being. given Washington's. Burkhalter/s/ furniture almost totally Sheriff Trouble. .
,, Readlnc-That Old ,Sweetheart of Bullock, Jr,' birthday and will continue on Thurs- destroyed. Good music comfortable house
Mine, Miss Gertrude McKay. During the social hour, when con. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet was hostess day evenings as long as they meet One curious incident was "the blaze and cordial welcome a awaits .
u, 'Reading-- ranny'. Come to Our versation prevailed refreshments of Tuesday' afternoon very delightfully the approval of the dancing crowd. discovered in a vacant house. Smoke you. --r .......
House, Miss Lenora Fortner. punch and cakes were served. entertaining the Entre Nous at her was seen coming: from the chimney 'I'-'
Reading-Out At Old Aunt Mary's, I, A generous silver offering was pretty home on Main street. A neighborly MRS. HAMILTON TO ARRIVEMrs. 'of Dr. W. W. Carson's former home, LAYMEN'S MEETINGJ. .. i .1
and There Little Girl Don't Cry, Miss made. ',.visit and basketry occupied the L. A. Hamilton ia expected to I and when an entrance was forced the ,
Margeret Stanford. members till the closing' hour, when arrive Saturday from her home to join fireplace was full of burning: papers, M. Gardner, newly elected president ' :
t Reminiscences and anecdotes of the 000000000000000000.0.000.0. they were refreshed with coffee, waf at the pleasant Hamilton winter homeIn which had been )lighted by falling: of the' layman's organization,
tr early life of Riley given from personal ers and cakes ? Lake Shore addition Mr. Hamilton sparks. The residence had been va- will conduct the meeting to be held lit "- ;
acquaintance, Walter S. Smith, of Indianapolis 4 LECTURE AT PRESBYTERIAN 4 The guests were: Mrs. C. N. Paver who has been here for several noaths. cant for. several months, the, papers o'clock next Sunday' afternoon, at j
Ind., followed, by song-. CHURCH'. 4 Mrs. A. W. Baily, Mrs. J. D'feffordsand Mrs. Hamilton h ->r"-'f! 'ntf the evidently left there by the last occu the' Methodist Sunday school rooms. y
Forty Years Ago. Mrs. L.: H. Ingram. national equal fiancVi.' union cf her pants. These meetings are inspiring and i
Reading Little Girl in Calico, Miss oooooooootOOOOOOtO.O .'" L.. country, and her or'nioim 0> q',oted The fire department continued' to helpful. Many of the tourists havebeen y
Lottie Clark: "? I Dixie Theatre opens tomorrow.. 5c I by the press as well /on tlu- fol watch the ruins which smouldered for a source of great encouragementand

f Mrs. Mabel Stevens will lecture at I and lOc. lowers. -.1.:.<"? several hours and so pleased were the ,help. All will receive a nearly .
1t 0000.OOOOOOOOOOO.00 fr t.t the Presbyterian church Monday ev city fathers with the capable mannerin I welcome. '

4 LAKE TRIP FOR OUT-OF- a ening', Feb. 12th, at 7:30. Mrs. Stev- ;;' OOO..OOOo..U.OOO ..O 00..000000000 o.t O. oo..o 000 1 which they had dealt with the situation
3 and spared the city further RELIGIO-C1TERARY SOCIETY ,
TOWN GUESTS 4 ens comes with the highest testlmon-I ', .. ..
ials as to her gifts and property loss that they presented .-
:OOO OOOOOOOOOOOO O.OO.oot was for sometime principal of the : MISS AfATTIE, BANDY them with 9100 instead of the''' $70", Following lithe 'announcement of '..
which the boys figured for 'overtime.
Bidwelt Deaconess Bible Training the Zion's Religio-Literary Society for
School in Iowa, which she fill e It is needless to.say that the elty"dads" March 10 1917
On'Saturday position :
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cos- ANNOUNCES HER 1
have the in this mat-
ner and their house party, including ed most acceptable until she resignedto I. support Subject: Omni To Moslah; ..!
ter of who witnessed their
Mrs. O. Julian and daughter, her enter the evangelistic field. everyone Golden text:' For theN is nothing
mother; Mrs. McClain, Mr. and Mrs. Her talk here will be upon some 0( :I work on that night. and in this connection which is good save it comes from the ,

"George Mier; all of Delphi, Ind., enjoyed the problems that our state legislaturewill I Spring Millinery Opening the importance it would of be erecting well to a emphasize city hall Lord, ana that which is evil, cometh '
soon be called upon to consider. from the Devil. -'
boat trip Lake
on. Tohopeka-
M The lecture will be free end the public that would contain an adequate room Central thought: Righteousness is
ti liga, and a picnic dinner at Squthport. ,
are,cordially invited to attend. for the fire department and sleeping strength against our enemies, while
They returned home late in the after- .
TUESDAY MARCH 13 rooms for'members of the company. into the of .
noon.. iniquity puts us power our .
J Fire Chief Lupfer stated to a representative I enemies. -
of the Gazette that much Meetings held in the church'at OldPeghorn
'OOOtottotOOtOOOOOOOO.OOO, genial auto party motoring to St. *
loss could be avoided when
Cloud Sunday to spend a few hours The Season' Newest Conceits In' i property Saturday evening at 6:30 p.,
this be made and
can
'O WINTER VISITORS ENJOY with Mrs. and Miss Morse, who- were arrangement that m. All are kindly invited to attend.
promises at least of the boys
one
4 TRIP.. 4'Mr guests at. the Freeland place near Stylish Headwear Will Be Shown i i *
that city. ; would always be on the spot to sleep LATTER DAY SAINTS ,
.tOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOo..ooot On Monday, Mrs and Miss Morse in the building.
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This is of the improvements thecity'
one
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cordial Invitation Following is the announcement of
'' should work toward.
and Mrs. J. D. Green their son Green at their apartments at the Inn. BROADWAY Extended All'' the Reorganized Church of Jesus
To I 'V
,F Ttob rt Green. Mrs. J. J. Daly, Mrs. E. Christ of Latter Day'Saints: '
"Snodgrass, Mrs. A. Edmonds, Mr. and I Dixie.Theatre, Saturday matinee ORLANDO MUSICAL FESTIVAL Prayer 'meeting each Saturday evening '
.Mrs. James; E. Laughlin were a con- and night, "Prudence, the Pirate." O.Otoo.Oo o.ooooo.Otoo'OCOOOtOOtOOO.OOOOtoci SUCCESS _v at 7:30: p. m. '. f

Quite a number of Kissimmee pee Preaching services .each Sunday :
s -
.. 0..0000000000000.0.0000000 pIe have attended the musical festival morning at 11 a. m. ,
which has been in All are kindly invited to attend.
S on Orlando this __ ____ _ _ _
h h h u h U
OBITUARY week. Walter Drennen, the promoter, ), '
4 4 has assembled the greatest aggregation "
OOOO OOOOOOO of real musical stars that ever
O .O visited Florida, and music lovers in .

-i::; ; -i;, ;;: : :' ;: ;; :< The death off Mrs. Elizabeth' Barnes this their section appreciation of the state by attending are showing in Give '

,. i ; .,, . i last Thursday marked 'the passing large number. 3
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'z .
I CONFIDENCE E ,: : if'. ati 'Jt t" over of one of Kissimmee's most respected -- ,,

.. .." ', :I" ':"...','1':".'< "".tJ...:,,:..r.. 'f..' :'" .' :;.. and beloved pioneer citizens, TAX, BOOKS TO CLOSE Flowers .' < ... "'3V\

""' .' j who for the past twenty-four years EARLIER THIS YEAR j
!. .'" ,: : 'I:::" ,
., . , 'J\" !" \;,? 'E has been a force in the community.She ",
Tax Collector been
C. L. Bandy has I
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;: was born in Bullitt county, Kyv
,
\\I 5'S'' v.. notified by the governor that the tax '
; ;........., In 1846, and when nineteen years old book. for the current year must be For All Occasions. '".
,
. ,. -. "' was \married at ,Mount, Washington, closed in time to have all his accounts '
In these modern days of banking is everything. : /'?;;", :;/,,: , Ky., and resided there, titl their removal ready for a final settlement,. before. .
'
With confidence and l bank and confidence 'in' '" ,,'. : : to this city, some years later. October 1st. :r r':
y _ _I ( money) in your ,: _, Four children were born to this Mr. Bandy states that this means Mills the Florist 'a:
. that the books will have to close not
; i l yourself you can look with. confidence the future full in the'eye/ We , '' union, one a boy dying: at the age of later than May lat, and taxpayers are ,
's I. .. .. .. nine years, while H. J. Barnes, Mrs. advised,i to themselves accord I INO.
'f .supply the bank. We can' give you confidence in it if you will)) investigate , '"" ." J.of R ICissSranieo:Graves: and,survive Mrs. C.the W.deceased.She Dann, .all ingly. Heretofore govern the books have remained ,.


_I t t what i is behind it. You put the money in; and we will both have .. 4 4S :t .. church was for a almost member a life of time. the, and Baptist her first of June.open.in this county- *till the* 36 W. Fo .ytla S.t.,' .'.ft'"

s confidence and be happy. ,:j. : ,",; pastor, Rev.;, O. B.. Falls, conducted Miss Edyth H Janness MWMIHWWHMI of St.M. Cloud 'is JACKSONVILLE; FLA.. .:.:: x
ar. .. .
,' ,, ; ,j ,' the funeral ,service at her home on :" . xA.
the guest of Mrs. C. L. Bandy. -
g J I 4;; .
:," 'f "1 ,}'" Emmette street Friday afternoon.The .rli !
'!.' t,: ; body was l laid to rest in Rose '
4 .. .. .i).,: .':.. :,' Hill Cemetery, after loo* yean of J }("
4 I .\ :Jj')' willing service to relatives and her I \ tDR. -,
':: ; \' many friends, among whom she, was De\ ITT Tl. .U4HTSEY '
"j'"1Isn: rnr IUCI
.. .Cll'IZENS'BA1lK'' I; ; ,;: known only as "Mammy." l J ;
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''f--I. . The funeral was largely attended :
"" by those who knew and loved her in OSTEOP.ATH. f
!, OF KISSIMMEE" ,, ;' life, and \who came to honor her memory !i,.", I

;... '- and to extend their. sympathy to Corner Drue'Store Mondays, and Fridays> '. 1J
The floral
T the bereaved family many .. q
offeringswere: ,very beautifuL I
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