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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 16, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00794
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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GEORGIA COMMISSIONER VIEWS FROST DAMAGE MARCH I
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: Good Roads Problem Taken t All the
,'i Arrangements for, ROADS-PLEASED WITH CITYJ. IN TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA Practically ,


''I Great Welcome L: Yeomans of Waycross, Ga., Up By' the Board of Trade Telegrams received-in the bureau' Present Officials ,

county commissioner of Ware .county,
estimates United States
crop department -
Soldiers are accompanied by B. M. James and D. of City ,Kept'in
p C. Carmichael, extensive planters of >' of agriculture, from the lower

the.Same county, and ,T. D. GUlespie, CommitteeAppointed, and Already at Work, Deviling Rio Grande valley, Texas, state that Harness
CompletedHEADY'TO of the Alabama Paving Co.. spent a potatoes were frozen to, the ground .

.. few hours In the city last Friday looking Way and Mean to, Overcome Peculiar and are probably damaged 50 percent a

over paved streets and roads. Situation. Con fronting! Taxpayer ; by the frost'of March 4, 19J7.
The party drove down by auto and oooooooO..tO.O.O..ooo. o.
; UOOtOO40ooooo.0"OU 1 stated they were both surprised and Estimates of damage to cabbage .,. .
4 WELCOME' BOYS gratified to see so many beautifully. range from.25 to 80 per cent. Lettuce 4 ,Mayor John S. CadeL 4''
paved roads and streets through' the With a good attendance, and every pushed In district No. 1 on account of 90 per cent killed, beans, tomatoes, 4 City Cl rkJ.: R. Gilbert. 4 yl
< Company B expected to reach Section which they had passed. one present enthused with the spirit of lack of funds, leaving the county in a watermelons cantaloupes, and all 4 Treasuror--J.'Z. Roberson. 4. ?!
. (. '< here early Sunday. j* They were particularly pleased with progressivene'ss, the first meeting of peculiar position on this matter. It is ; 4 Marshal and Tax' Collector..
i 4 Will be met at station by "ov- t> the cleanliness and beauty of Kissimme the Kissimmee board of trade for the now up 'to the taxpayers to get to other tender vegetables killed. Tem 4 G. W. Overstreet. 4 ;
4 erybody," headed by. the Kissim- and were kind enough t4 say it new fiscal year held Friday night gave gether and do something, if Osceola perature'24 degrees above zero. 4 Councilmen-B. E. Haley Dr. 4
<* mee City Band. was the prettiest town they had foundin evidence that new life -had"been infused county expected to keep up with A telegram from'the field assistant 4 W. W. Carson-, H. Lawson. 4 :"

, < Command to march, to public their entire travels in the organization, and a great neighboring sections of the state, to the truck specialist of the 4 Executive% Committee-W. C. 4A
. square at bandstand, where the Mr. Yeomans stated that he began deal can be 'expected within :the next where roads are under almost eon- crop Bass, 'Z. Bass, 'C.. A. Carson, + A
, > men will be lined up anj listen 4 the trip opposed to the idea of bondingto few months for the betterment and stant construction. Unless action is bureau of crop estimates for the Pacific Go Roma Thomas, Emil Mach. .4 .
, to address of welcome by Con4 build roads, but 'after seeing the advancement of the community) as a taken, there will be' good roads from coast states 'damage to peas in 4 4
.; greseman W. J. Sears; response < splendid progress made "ln this state whole. The session was ably presided all parts of the state leading to our Imperial Valley amounted to 10 per OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.

by officer of company. 4 in road building, and learning that it cent to 30 per cent., with slight dam 'J -'- .
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: ,4 General old-fashiorijd "How* practically accomplished and lettuce. ;
t r. 'de do.. music and other features: *. by bonding the several counties, he age cantaloupes; : Unusual interest marked the choose

i I' '4 to make the reception one long to <0> said he had been thoroughly convinced .ARMSTRONG LEAVES S. F. & G. ing of the'' city officials for the new car
,. that this was the only plan and wouldso fiscal
. be remembered. >. 44 year at the Whit Man's Primary -
y...' Elaborate banquet at Gray. 4y recommend\ to his constituentswhen AS ENGINEER AND MANAGER held last Saturday, a compara- ,
: stone Hotel to soldier boys on <- he returned hcme. h\ely good vote being cant; 346
f p' night following their arrival; arS 4 Kissimnvee was the southern terminus Capt. C. It. Armstrong'who for aperiod votes being polled out of the 868 c!ja1v fifed
; ranged by Kissimmee Board of 4 of their trip and after drivingover to take part, in the balloting..
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Trade <(* our city and visiting the different i years connected John S.,Cadel :was victorious in hU 4
r r J. 4 .. 4x places of interest, the party startedon with the S. F. & G. R..R., in campaign to become mayor, winning

O.OOOOOOOOOOO 4o their homeward journey. M the capacity of chief engineer and by the narrow margin, of 19 votes; J,.

x, general manager, has tendered his R. Gilbert, city clerk;'J.. Z. Roberscn.
NEGRO MURDERESS IS BROUGHT resignation, to take-ff ct April 1. lIe treasurer; G. W. Overstreet, marshaland !
. <,< All Is in readiness for the reception HERE AND LODGED IN JAIL tax collector and Dr.. 'W.'W. Carson .
been with the
has connected road Since
1 and welcome to IClssfmmee's 'crack councilman, were re-elected; B.
.. which -. its first operations, and during that E..Haley and F. H. Lawson received ,
military organization
I company Deputy Sheriff Bob Campbell returned time has made hosta of friends who the required number of votes to give
I is expected to reach.here Sunday or I Wednesday from Titusville, will regret to learn that the estimable I each representation 9n the city'coun"
r Monday: the exact time of( their departure I where he went to bring back Dinah gentleman will \leave soon for Rochester cil. -> t

Is\ ,. iron Black Point not having: Wallace, colored, who is charged with Minn.,' where be is largely inter There Was'Con! bl4 food' HatdN i

,( 4;' ben agreed upon at this time. The} name Willie murdered at Deer another Park ,last negress Sat ested in a ,water power proposition. ed rivalry among the} friends of the

''i I men will be I,welcomed with open arms// urday-morning. After the alleged He will carry with,him the best wishes various candidates, all of them work.;'
for,future success,from; everyone. ing hard, for their favorites. Nothing
and In such splendid that murder the made her ,
r a manner negress escape occurred _which marred the fun Ind.. N,
Z they will realize the appreciation of and was arrested later at Hooking; ,.oo.o.o .....oooo.o..oo dent to the 'occasionvand from the'
then taken to :Titusville, -and Sheriff ,
> the home folks of their nine mon\h. notified. I + time the' polls'.opened. until the> bal.
I f,' ''arduous. duty for old Uncle Samuel. Ingram 4 RUSSIAN *CZAR' ABDICATES. lot box was turned over to the executive

f ', ... The arrival of 'the men ia eagerly ....OOO..OO..OOOO OOOOOOO 4 4 The Emperor of Russia has ) 0 of feeling committee for canvass Prior the best
prevailed.
. .,. + nb- 4 to the announcement -
awaited by everyone, and it is safe to 1 4 dfcatod and Grand Duke of the
f' 4 NATION-WIDE RAILROAD 4 Michael outcome of the,primary ,,
say that when the troop train reaches 4 AlexanarOTfteh, r 4 large and intensely intetosted''
IIssimmeethere, will be the biggest. 4 STRIKE; <00- 4 brother/. ., Men, name as -re-,*> crowd awaited the returne.\ and when'
patriotic demonstration ever witnessed 4 < J. JOHN S. CADEL'' 4 gentThe Russian Ministry, the result was made public there
. in this vicinity not discounting 4 According to Associated Press 4 I 4 charged' with' seemed to be .'
corruption and in- general satisfaction Me
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the ovation they received their 4 dispatches "progressive strike" 4 Nominated Mayor of KiMtmmee t
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1" :4. competency! has ,been swept out ;spite the fact that some one bad to be
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J departure.. Arrangements have been of the 400,000 of the ... ,4 of office; according to late re-,* loser., tS
perfected for ,a public gathering; 4 four great railroad brotherhoods 0- I I.i *,porttfrpm'the' Associated Press 4 Marshal Overstreet proved to be r

. there will be'a huge procession from 4 has been ordered to begin at 6 '- ... ..; ... ,. .. .. *>. Alexander, Protopopoff., bead of 44th. somewhat of a eprinter. H. led the
the station to the bandstand Xi.I .- 4 o'clock (central time) Saturday .
the 1 Interior Department, is repotted > ticken with 267 votes to hi* "
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t I simmer City Band will be on band 4 on eastern roads; The' walkout 4 over by President Roma Thomas, line, which will be left "In the hole," 4 to. have" Seen killed,' and (D. A. Bass) Tl. Next in oppadent' jWwas r
iric,and patriotic organization. 'wit{ 4 will extend fit aff the railroads 4 while A. E. Thomas'occupied the important as.it were. 4 otber'mlJ1ll11ert":; as well ae 'the 4 B. E. Haley candidate for dt/
1, gq 'take part; address of welcome is to bemad 4 the country within five days, 4 post secretary, discharging There waa considerable' discussion 4 preaI4ent-ot- th "Imperial Conn- council receiving 219, and this dA,
t by Congressman Sears; there 4 Chiefs l of the workmen's organ- ! his duties like a veteran Aside from along'this line"-Mr. Stanford contending O':'cil', are under _","t. A new Nafr -< + spite the fact that Mr. Haley took
" will be free picture Shows for the soldiers 4 cation's set the strike machinery 4 the member* of the.board'there were that It was high time that the'taxpayers :- .tlonal Cabinet. announced with very little Interest; on the day.of the 4'
and on the night following in motion wlthiir few minutes 4 noted present a number of interested of districts Nos. 1 and 2 should +'P'ri.aee Lvoff, as president of the primary; being out of the city most. of
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their homecoming the board of trade 4 after an ultimatum delivered to'the 0 dozens:*. get busy regardless of other sectionsof 4;Cojm-cil and Premier, and the + the day, .leaving his campaign in the
r hat arranged for an elaborate banquet 4 conference committee of rail- 4 One of the important matters the county, where'opposition" to + other offices held by the men who 4 hands of the people City Clerk Gil.
y at the Graystone Hotel for the 4.road m Dacwria4 been rejected. ..4 brought before the'meeting what that this work; had developed in the past. .0'are' close to' the Russian people.' 4 bert received if moat nattering vote' r
members-Company and friends 4 .- A compromise proposal by* in connection with -th* good roads He was in favor of letting an engineer 4:Revolt resulted-from Czar's or-.1- ((203)). when it is considered that his.opponent .
Aside from this there will be' other 4, the manager waa decUned'wlth. 4 work of the county: W; B.. Harris here, having surveys) mad. of the +'der dissolving the Duma. Fort- 4 Tommy Woodall, '
,., minor entertaining features In store 4 out 'debate. Only the successful ,. called attention to the*fact that the roads needed* propositions made to 4 r..... at St. Petersburg seiaed: 4 with 132 of the> white waa pieces com- ,
for the men. Citizen* wHo wish, to 4 Intervention of President,; WllHtm -'. rood district No. 2 the taxpayers, and then get togetherand 4 political prisoners freed from" of ft V> evidence :fir'.
tike part In--.the. banquetwJHsecure- can avert nation wide tlenp. d had b.en.knecked'tffrtrby the'supreme devise ways and means to have JaIL + [fact tbat.th.1pbllo\ appreciated/ef.t1oe! e
4 of railroads ./ # court recently; and that there was iit= -' ." "I! l ;] tbe
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. MARCH 16, 1917

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Ir CONGRESSMAN SEARS COMING HOME I



: TO SPEND WELL-EARNED, VACATION '

SHOES! SHOES SHOES! .


Extra Session Congress -. | CONGRESSMAN W. J. SEARS I II


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Short- bJ' SPRING AND SUMMER FOOTWEAR .


'Congressman W. J. Sears is expect .- '
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or tomorrow morning to spend a few WE HAVE, !

1 weeks on a. well-earned vacation with! .
'relatives and friends. His visit will

not be extended, as ,was hoped owing
::4 '4 to the fact that art ,extra session o!
congress has been called by Freri EVERY JIIEJ1IBERFTffiFOMILY F ,
SHOES FOR :
dent lacy Wilson Johnson,to the convene congressman's April 16th.private '. :

secretary arrived "home Wednesday -
hiorning. '
The congressman left Washington s* .
last Saturday afternoon in. company; COMPLETE ARRAY ':
with the house committee on Indian Men's' .
affairs, for the purpose of making An f ; mShoes
investigation of the Seminole Indians, Low- C
of the state of Florida. They are.to .
make investigations, which it is be. .
:, licved will be beneficial to the committee d
in dealing with the Indian affairs .,
generally., In the party besides Congressman .
a Sears are: Carter Okla- ill legant Footwear For <
homa; Norton, North 'Dakota; Hayden 3 gl ,
Arizona; Dill, Washington; Till- a
man, Arkansas; Candy South Da-. LADIES MISSES AND CHILDRENGreat i
kota; Ellsworth, Minnesota. The congressional ,
'party reached Jncksonvill
last Saturday;-where theywere entertained ,
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going from there to St. Augus< ---:---''- .
tir* and down the state. Followingthe .' "I" .
inspection the committee will g< Display of
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to Mississippi and ,then to the west- .
em states, getting back to the nay :
;,""toinscaptal: ', 1h-time"' for 'the..sxtrt WHITE: KID AND CANVAS SHOES:

<.session' of congress.
Speaking of the visit of the con. t"?

])gressional committee to Florida Mr. .,
Sears recently gave out tha following !
statement to the Associated Press:: I .
L ""It will be a fine thing to have this STRAW HATS t

committee!, visit Florida. Its members Department of Florida Grand Army Republic To Hold ,
i i 'are progressive live wide-awake men "
from the west, most of them, and I

t.aS-, .am much sure'In Florida that not to only interest will them they but see Annual Encampment Kissimmee,: April 3-4-Order IssuedThe'department ,Most Complete Variety; Sizes, Shapes and Styles ;'

4 + out people! will get some of their ideas l'Uptothe'
which will be profitable to all alike. I 1 '
am glad we are to have them with I ,! encampment of the and its auxiliary societies a cordial
'UL':?' Grand Army of the Republic will be reception. The city of Kissimmee Minute Goods :

held in this city April 3rd and 4th, for agrees to furnish halls and rooms for
JOHN S. CADEL IS CHOSEN which arrangements already are in or meeting places and have autos meet PRICES ARE RIGHT ':
AS MAYOR OF KISSIMMEE der.' It is expected that the reunion all trains to convey ladies to their ,, i9
'1'Contluned -' will be one of the most important in meeting place. ,
the history of the organization and a The rates for board and lodging
,( From'Page One.) number of prominent G. A. R. men will ba the regular late. -no'reductior'
from different sections of the countrywill and no'raise.
u r toast services of that official.' For the been attendance. The local organization Hotels on American plan> will be H. STANFORD COMPANY'I' ;
r honorable position of mayor John S. Gen. O. Howard Post, has from $1.&O to $2.50 per day; European
Cadel (tabulating the first and second constituted itself into a committee of plan 50 cents a day; meals at restaurants -
& choice received 154, with J., W. for the entsrtaining ,!
) ), the whole, looking 35 cents a meal.
; Thompson the tow man in the race of the visitors who wall be here. Railroad rates will be 1V4 cents per Reliable Shoe Dealer of Oaceola l
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polling 135. The total vote received The Kissimmee board of trade has mile each way with about 9 per cent County.
d, by Mr.' Livingston another candidate tal'en the matter uy) and the citizens of the whole amount added as an arbitrary .' .
far this office was 138. An incident of generally will vie with each other to round trip rate from Archer, .,,:
r the primary was the close race J. Z., Roberson,and A. M. Story time of their lives. River Junction $11.70; Cottondale via I
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for treasurer. Each made a good fight I While the detailed for the Junction Dade .
program River $11.40; City. cards
Visiting
printed the
I when the levyis TO KILLCeskrsaeliei : by Valley t
Inch of the ground commissioners in July
I' contesting every reunion has not yet been given out for $2.45; Daytona via Orange City June
as it :were; Mr. Roberson being the publication, it is understood that Ex- tion $3.25; Eustis, $2.55; Gaines to be made; Mr. Steed urged action I Gazette- Job Department ,atio00'OP04400 1I\
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winner by the close margin of 19 Governor Van Sant of Minnesota who]I ville, $5.15; Jacksonville, $5.30; Key so as to get under way at once, 7U --,-ru--L-u-LTTrL-_ _ ixru r.nnn.n.1nn.
votes. S. Aultman received a good fa spending the winter at his beauti;;I West via Enterprise Junction $14: and moved that a committee of five be ALWAYS vas : :: .OO......... r...

rote for councilman and there was ful home near Tampa, will be present,'I Lakeland $1.65; Miami $9.35; Ocala appointed, who, in turn are to,select STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
'some surprise'evident on the part of also Past National Commander Gardner via Leesburg, $3.95; Orlando, 90 cents: a working committee from prominent
", 'many that Eugene' C.,Bryan for the and Past Department Commander J I Palatka, $3.65; Pensacola via River taxpayers of the county to map out a | V. 8. Government Boys It I c. W. GRIFFIN jj \,
past year a valuable member of the Leighton. At the crrr.pfire on April Junction $15.20; Port Tampa, $2; St. program,of action. This was carried I e! SOLO EVKRYWHERK and |1. 0
\ a, 'council, running for re-electton, failedto 3rd. it is expected that the National Augustine, via Palatka, $4.55, via and the committee is composed of I /
poll enough votes to retain' his position Commander and Bishop Fallows and Jacksonville, $8.45; St. Petersburg, President Roma Thomas, Secretary A. Staple and FancyGROCERIES
on the board. I John McElroy will be among the $.(.05, via Tamna. $3.R5; Sanford E. Thomas, W. B, Harris, J. L. Over- meeting the organization will soon
Following is a list of votes cast: prominent guests of the encampment. $1.55; Tampa $2.65; Titusville via street and H. C. ;Stanford.: have ample funds on hand to pay .
"For mayor-cadel, first choice, 117; The following general order has Enterprise Junction, $3: Zephyrhills The matter of entertaining the sol- Dome of the outstanding obligations I ;;
second choice 72. been issued by the state commander via Plant City $2.45. Tickets will b' dier boys was. thoroughly discussed,
p"' Livingston, first choice, 881; second. for the benefit of all those who are sold on April 2, 3, and 4, final limit and it was, decided to give Company and, have money In the exchequer besides.
choice 68.Thompson anticipating taking part in the reunion for return April 6. B,a great public reception upon their Free Delivery to all Parts ,"
1 ,first choice. 127; second : Council of Administration will be arrival, with band music, speeches, J. D. Guernsey who at the previou -
:t choice 21. notified when and where to meet. etc:, and to compliment the membersof :- meeting was present with a proPosition i of,the City
Cadel receiving a total of 154 votes lIeadquaretrs Department of Florida for 'fiddle factory" for Kis- I
I ComWfittee oft credentials and resolutions the command with a banquet a day a "
I to Thompson 135. Grand, Army of the Republic, Alain. sirr.rnee.. hand and after dem
.7/ ", will be selected from comrade or' so after they get home which af- was on to OOO..O.O..f.....
For City Clerk Gilbert 203; Tom and Twenty-seventh Streets. present Monday evening and notified fairwill be a most elaborate one. onstratingthe merits! of the instrument
'r, Woodall 132. Jacksonville, Fla., March 10, 1917. when to meet. Complete details were, not made out; of his own manufacture asked C. F. THRASHER t'
For Treasurer-Roberson, 178; Story General Order No. 3. . Those wishing further information I, but the entertainment committee was the board to look after his proposition.The '1
159. Comrades, the time draws near for all to accommodations write J. H given full power to act and leave nothing recently appointed committee on SHEE7 METAL WORKER :
6 For Marshal and Collector-Over- the meeting of the department encampment Eby, commander O. O. Howard Post, ,, undone to make the welcome one new industries was given charge of Metal Roof. Put
street, 267i; Bass, 71. at Kissimmee, which is ap G. A. R., Kissimmee. !long to be remembered by the soldiers this matter, to report at the next'ses.sion. Guarantied on and
9 .For Councilmen-B. E. Halev, 219; pointed to meet on Tuesday and Yours in F, C. and L., and the citizens .general. ;t
Carson-- 199; Lawson, 182; Ault- Wednesday April 3id and 4th, 1917. W. H. MELRATH Commander, Arrangements are also under way Before adjournment was taken 'PHONE I4*.R KISSIMMEE. ".LA.. ,:
man, 166; Bryan 161. 'I The good people of Kissimmee .without Dept of Fla. G. A.. R. to entertain the delegates and their President Thomas took occasion tothank ,0<
'The following were chosen as the I I. regard to creed or conditionare, E. 1>. BRANCH, friends to the Grand Army of the Republic } the members for honoring him
city executive committee of the arranging to giv-3 the Grand. Army Ass't Adjutant General. reunion which occurs here next w\th'the' high position as president of
f White Man's Primary: W. C. BaSIl, Z. .-------------- ------------------- -- --- Monday, and will M in session for the city's commercial body and asked M. TILLER
,Bass, C. A. Carson, Roma Thomas 'two; days. This will be the depart- tot the full and hearty co-operation of
Fmil Mach. every manner qualified for the high fully and energetically for the advancement ment encampment of the state of everyone in the great work for the
., '-The executive committee wjll make position to which he has been chosen.In 1 I of the city at all times. Mr. Florida and it is expected that several community which he had outlined. Cit- Real I.Estate Agency.-: :

'official\ tabulation and certification, a statement issued, he sets forth. 1 Aultman was the recipient of a good hundred of the old soldiers and ing some of the important matters \\\\\ \\\\\ .\.\\\\.\\\\\\\. a
; rand the general election, or ratification I the fact that he will the municipality vote, which he appreciates to.the fullest their friends will be on hand. As a that are to be given immediate and and \
Realty bought sold ,
: of the result, will be held on without fear govern or favor looking extent, but when the count war compliment to the visitors' the board serious attention if results are ex f
:March 31.Cadel I to the welfare and upbuilding, of completed he lacked just a few votesto will have several sets of souvenir pected, Mr. Thomas briefly dwelt upon Houses rented. '
Succeeds May I the city. secure the* office for which he as- badges printed for distribution duringthe the duties Of all members and promised Taxes paid'and Titles verifiedfor

John S. Cadel. Who will be Kissim- City Clerk J. R. Gilbert has been in pired. reunion and entertainments. of his earnest efforts in, every instance non-resideitts. _
n ,"ee'a next mayor will succeed II. R. When the city council is organizedfor kinds looking forward to the ad-
variou will be arranged. '
of fifteen and
.4, :May, who has competently presided office his re-election for a period a most worthy years compliment the new term the body will be Messrs.! With rspoon, .Nelson and-I I v4ncement and betterment of the entIre Fire. Life and Accident In- ,, ,
over the destiny of the, city for the ; the same' can be said of J. composed of Messrs. Roma Thomas Aultman were appointed,a committee community. The outlook for the lurance. :
past three years, and who declined .to Z. Roberson treasurer who,has been and Howell Bass, hold-overs; Dr. W. to arrange for suitable quarters for new fiscal year be candidate for re-election owingto W. Carson, B, E. Haley and F. H.
will
a looking after the exchequer for more I the board of trade, where a rest room monious work and co-operation
pressure of personal business mats than twelve without a break Lawson.At for the publit could be arranged. This bring about big results. .. .0..0.00000............ .
... Mr. Cadel is for the years the special council held
te. attorney meeting .
and is evidently pleasing to the peo -ommlttee will report at the next sea- "*' ,
board of commissioners identified Monday night the city executive
county committee '
Marshal\ Overstreet has clearly
with the trade of ple. presented list of the ion.President
organizations a nom Thomas that head Ij.
demonstrated the fact that he is the reported
iCiisimmee progressive, and is in inees of the primary and requested SEMINOLE LIMITED
1-- ; proper man for the place b/ the most > received a letter of greeting from :
i .. ..... 01 complimenatry vote received.' B. E. the city fathers to.'plaee the names President Pledger of the Chamber of
of,those nominated the official' ballot '
.000000000000.00..000.00.. Haley and F. II .Lawson selected for for the en Commerce, also a proposition looking All-Steel Electric-Lighted Train a
.. general city election beheld
the council, are identified prominentlywith tq to the amalgamation of the two commercial
.d'. GONE FOREVER S4+ the affairs of Kissimmee while At on this Saturday session, President March 31 Thompson bodies. lie gratefully acknowledged Birmingham Chicago and St. Louis J'
r. Dr. W,, W. Carson, who was! returnedto receipt of the good wishes
:t Cpt this' out and paste in a t that body for another term needs appointed Dr. W, W a Carson committee and Toms consisting:; of extended and informed Mr. Pledger Lv Jacksonville...A C L 9.00PM Sun Parlor Observation Car, !
Thomas
that the amalgamation matter Would .....A C L 11.05 PM Compartment and
b prominent place: Ten years ago a 8 very, little "introduction past to select five citizens who Lv VVaycroM Drawing-Room
; '-o> Kansas farmer put his initials on 4 record as a city father' havingbeenhis to serve on the charter 'board are cf willing Kissimmee have to come before the Board of Ar Albany_....._A C L 2.35AM Sleeping: Cars. Jacksonville to Chi f
: '+ a dollar bill. The next day he 4a'Sf" platform. and have their names placedon Trade in an. official manner Mr.'homas' Lv Albany.CofO 2.40AM cago. t.
"0. went-to) the nearest town and 4 Those Who "Also Ran" the\ official ballot. report on this matter, was Lv LwAmerlcus..... C of a SjhOAM Drawing-Room Sleeping Car !:
+; "* spent it'with a merchant Before As to the ones who were defeated it received, but no action was taken Lv LvCelumbu.._. C or a 6.10AM Jackaonvilla to 8t. Louis.
e the year.was out he got the dol- 4 may be said that both J. W. Thompson GOOD ROADS looking toward the merging of the LvOpellka.______ cora 7.10AM Free Reclining Chair Cars Jack- '"
PROBLEM
back. Four times six 4 and Gay Livingston in their race IS two bodies. lp
Ml] in years Ar Birmingham., C p'a 11.55 AM sonviUo to
Chicago 8t. Louis and
hu gut it back for produce and 3' for the mayoralty?received flatteringvotes. BEFORE BOARD OF TRADE EP.'ellid\ht Stanford reported LV Blrmlncham.. '''I C 12.15 PM Carbondale and S
'*three times he heard of it being l.t 4 Mr. Thompson.who has been ----- that he had' given authority for the in- Ar Cairo .i.: 1C 1o.cS PM, backed seats.; largo easy high' ......., 'i,.
-* the pockets of his noighbors. Tho Sh president of the council,the past year, (Continued,From Page One. ) ertion of :an advertisement- in the ArCarbondale.u 1 C 1L5I PM '
'* last time ha got it back he sent 4 received; a majority of the first choice Dixie Highway :Blue Book setting Baggage and Seat Car Jacksonville
ballots the other, worth the advantages of Kisshnmte.1tc. Ar St.Louis.. 1C 7.20 AM ? to Chicago.-
127 gentleman
'*it to a mail order house. He has 4 ; the roads constructed with as little de- ----
n<,ver seen that dollar bill since 4 who really'came in second 'in the lay as, possible. Others took part in .. which he explained would mean a Ar'53rd St. (Ctiloio) .1 C 7.31AM7.45AM Dining Car'eervea all ,meala en :
three-cornered has nothing to be great deal to the city. The board susained ArChl aieC( $la) 1C'' I! la
'* and never wilt That dollar bill 4 race the discussion, J. L. Overstreet suggesting route, service a carte.
<0> will never pay 'any more school 4 ashamed of, and expresses himself.as- that action should be taken his action in this matter unanimously s '
'! .* or road taxes for him-it will 4 being very appreciative, >of the good before the 'meeting of, the county : .." ..".'L... ,......,.,.... .u...",./cas ....".....,.'0... I't 4
.+ never help him build brighten 4 work of his friends and ther support < The matter of does of members was 't 1\\ app..' ". A"","10..:',a..NT O. i
any of the homes in his' commun-'4 given.. Eugene C. Bryan, aspiring for discussed and it was decided to begina COAST' :
ity.: He sent it entirely out of its 4 ie-election"missed bin < e" soine-' Dives Oat Mal.r1.\,panda Up SystemwOIdttimlinid systematic campaign of collections, ATLANTIC LINE RAILROAD'THC
'usefulness to himself or '''hia'. where, being low man .*..' the fire-. ml imcUM-aa toale. ill dues to start with the first of the STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH .1,
.
4f' handed race. This caus. one" s t.out present year. With.the pledges that .V I) ;
+ neighbors.-The Pasco uyeWlre. Burr .; : TtUKM chill TONIC .
priM; ," as his recrod in "t t ,past* is 'a 'i ao"f;u.bIoo4 tMuWe.pu.A had previously been sjgiyed, up, and Nr1aOM"paa..N W. r\W\ ..I TOT aero, A... M '.. .,,,,...Ja.luRKL.. ............:.ND. I I "".=
..'f... ....... ., t. f' 0000: splendid one, -I a having strivenfaith.(/ .w Car .,fc Foe adults aad# '
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" Buckeye Nnraeriee have ia stock for I Immediate ship.
1 I I>- .1...o. Tent These thoueande of fine eitrue trees try j:>the larger sizes. !iG GARDEN ,& FIELD One Man --- Horse Power
will
fruit; at least
a year earlier than tree.
, )j ,, ordinary site. of Si! QUESTIONS ANSWERED IMMEDIATELY '
For
this reason it Is economy to boyd M or MAIL Tor nearly a quarter century the Klratln Ham Power StumP
a\, then, even at somewhat greater flraf cost Mas N M.O.PHAROS.' Dart! HaL ( ..-7xlr.Y .. Puller. ha* proved tu auperiority on Southera Mump land, __ 4,,
e..... Thouaand of Southern (arum.Wn be*")Matted on the roadpenty __
Where SW..IW
trees must be replaced In groves it I. doubly il WILSON I TOOMEB FERTIUZEM COHMM I ....w.. to.. br a Kintia. ....-__.. .
1'! Important to plant the larger sites, ao the new trees H: JACKSON vine. FLA. ,.....W'__ It .b designed for Southern work and wffl pull anything like I.a*well e*
-r may catch up with the x>lder ones. If wait until S a..a If au- It tack..... be It a thick\ [reen pins deeply: imbedded tap .r Kli.M*. tw.W.1
: you .
I afield of hundred of heavy The new triple KlreUn tripletmmtt
next eason to replace missing trees in your grove, is 11_ C a N ... .root..--.ntI.lItom.hCtak..pM or >abkllttojerfonDt.erumpe.) ........... M
W you will lose a year'a time. Trees may be g Peach'Troubles ..-.... tie work with rapidity>. Oat.laland without amta on ...... ....... Itie1..Ud
., safely planted to April 15th. b&Jneor rnar//** kilnb..l.wr.
M up g How should I mix the commercial LM bass a..l..w I III.
I the bitted stamps, too. Hone
To*On Man Puller *
Leading Varieties Healthy Sloc'kOrder lime-sulphur and arsenate of lead to .. II ...... __ry. Double.le.er..e a.lant'. per I a 3NWW _
fj T -:- push on the handle mean a pw.w the_... Clears:: .....L........
spray any peach trees =.. :::::- an ace Iran on*anchor aclan it ready lot the plow. .-.-..Ate.
., Now. or Yon May be Too late g Answer: These sprays should not be PS
mixed., The commercial lime-sulphur Send for Act Free Book

r t tree The I.Buckeye eapeolally stock of. the = should be used during; dormant sea :'T1.c.U tm Yev Stamp .....* It aim. *)yon Big menu to.those who order ads To seat
, four favortt varleUeVal.n strong In =S= son only and the arsenate of lead used valuable Information about twentieth century: .landexplai buyers in. .very locality w.offer acie.nng apecial CIIIPOP
.. aareun teeny to joIe in profit charinc plan
f, Late method end in detail our
and
Lu. Ulm (lung or..nlC" S with eelf-boiled lime sulphur for ..
1 P And model It tall about KlrMjn Service, forever free No canvawlnir j. a willinirneee to
+ #rap fiult.Buckeye Inman.' Lall and Walter == spring: and summer spraying' See directions to all Kiratin machine owners. Duet bay a puUar how your KlrMin to Vour Dei........*.
; := enj tba today.
e e c enclosed. until you read Ibis book. Ilea" wail coupoa ,

"' our Order.supply. are 0'1IInlr lreN all"cannot dan" tart and r CONTROL OF CURCULIO AND A.J. K1RSTIN COMPANY, 712 Malm Street. F--.... Mkfc. t'
1, fr ,, 'ndeftnltely. To make .ure of Re' =_ FUNGOUS DISEASES OF Zos-t,Mas1bdran III Shad /VflUr.to tats WerU. J''
ling buckeye Ire"a hla. ..prln<<. == THE PEACH
.....
plea your order Catalog ==
I ,era and prJoc.. Oil lO"pllcILUClD. == Used self-boiled lime-sulphur solu
J = tion to which arsenate; of lead has IOreda H_ lb.o.rn.
'I Nurseries'' been added, making combined insecticide Rbtl. awlw pups.rW +
# and fungicide. It is necessary to y Au. n.bottle.e.W
} M.K.Olllet L..,.Glllutt = make three applications, each thorough 11I&'

Citizens Bank Bid,.. Tampa Ha. and at the proper t me. a, ,.
r= First, at the time the shuck are _.
shedding from the young: fruit; use --= *'
": IIIIIUllllll llllnlllllllnUIIIII"IUIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIll1/11l1l1rullmllr" / / gallons of self-boiled lime-sulphur ....ft.L'cU2lt.

, t "W. H. BROKAW Salesman mixture. :; : .... ""i...
Second two or ',three weeks later or I.. .
,' MaeM.. :'
about a month after the falling: of the KL.t8s OM Man Dnmi 7'p.
,1': Watkins Block ORLANDO, FLORIDA w-. -- n,
1 petals, use same'spray. a* for first. application '
"
; /
f I .Third,' about a month before the q
10 CENT "CASCARETS"I
spray with the selfboiledlimesulphur

IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE omitting .the polion

(arsenate of lead) ._ ,
-' --- ,.
r. G CflBSO)FB8PIEB: For Sick- Headache. Soar Stomach, RECIPE, FOR'SgLF'BOtCED"LIMESULPHUR SOLUTION held\ 1 for t by then much, damage has A good treatment for.a coldnsettledn tightness You g'tbe' two earned!.. ', ,'"

,.. '. > Slug-fish, JUrer and' Bow I"'Thr.7. Fie t Stone' Lime, 8 pounds.'' been done Use'ten pounds commercial : I the lungs is a ,,Herricki Red Pepper I for the price of one by,buying the dol. ;,
.- ;. Work While Y.. Sleep Flowers of Sulphur, 8 pounds. Bordeaux mixture paste to fifty Porous Plaster applied to the lar size Horehound Syrup; there I. a.
Common'caustic or "rock" lime will gallons of water or the'5-6-60 'homemade chest to draw out inflammation, and porous plaster free, with each bottle.
SELLS do, but white rock lime in cans ia bet- Bordeaux. Do not use Bordeaux Mallard's Horehound Syrup to relax Sold by,Osceola Phgnnacy.o .
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indieestion ter. Put the lime in a barrel and add powder. ,Spray thoroughly It will "
''f n 1 Fire, Life Accident and Headaches Sallow Skin and Miserable enough water almQst to cover it. As take fifty gallons or more per acre -
I come from a torpid liver soon as the lime begins to slake the when your plants get fair size.'If you 'DEPARTMENT OF- PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
and clogged bowels, which cause sulphur should be added, after run have eight or ten acres a traction -- _.,II
t- Health Plate Glass; Liability your stomach to becomo filled with ning it through ..sieve to break the prayer will pay. .for itself in one sea TALLAHASSEE FLA.. Februarr U, 11T.The'tollowlnR .
a
undigested food, which noun and son. text wilt be used aa a buts for the queatlona In the Florid
and Boiler Insurance. ferments like garbage in'a swill lumps. The mixture should be constantly )Uniform: Kxamlnatlona for *) and called
County ExaminattansJthat may
,. barrel. That's the first step to tirred and more water added, tember 4th. and for any other rogylar \ be) .
Paris Green .
.
1817.
needed to form thin The /p
Legal Bonds Executed I untold misery indigestion foul as a paste. How should I mix Paris fo' I'arion* desiring copies of the list can secure them from County Superintendent -
i
gases, bad breath yellow kin, lime will supply enough heat to boil green *. '
the mixture several minutes; As soon killing worms on my tomatoes, eggplants ...-
mental fears that is
everything
,, Same Needed. AaweH'a New Speller 8SBD...___._._'
t Day horriblo and naueeatin;. A Cas- I as it is well slaked, water should be and peppers? onTHOOHAPHT HI -text. Century .IS;

\ Ii caret tonight will give your con- added to cool the mixture and prevent Answer: In spraying tomatoes eggplants J'URA"PHY-Fry."nINo-Any ?JI t'' stipated bowels: a thorcugh cleansIng further cooking. It is then ready to and peppers Paris. green can be AIUTHMKTJC-Mllne'n Pronr alve, Book iiI A._____-__...-..___..-__.. .41

.c t OFFICE; State Salk Building and straighten YO'I out In the be strained in the spray tank*,diluted used at the ratA of'one with pound to five 100 U(1UAMMAH H' HlSTOnY-Hyda'a-Our Two-Hook Republlo. 88B1)Course..-__In_.BnclUh._.-? .,Book_..,.,..II_,...SSBD.,.........*.._._.... ..4.1*
I morning. They work while you arfd applied. The recipe above should gallons of water four or. I FLORIDA HISTORY-Brevard and Bennett'. A. -..,.,,.-.._._..._........ ..f
sleep--n 10-ee.: t box fron your make fifty gallons of spray. If the pound.quick-lime stirred' in it, or PJi'\"KJOLOOY-Rltchl. Human Phyaloloey, 8SBD-w+.-.._.. t1)
t a druggist will keep :you feeling: good mixture allowed to remain fifteen f with. 100 gallons Bordeaux mixture THEORY; AND ACTICEH-Cole..ro\. ..'1'r.. leacher.. and the School. 1 /. '.
Sy s rtn. -- ------ - -- ---- ---
t for months. .. twenty minutes after slaking is completed spray. Paris green will burn practi- COMPOSITION=Huntingdon's; : Element; ; 'i-Composition; ;RSBD.--. .e0;
;; THf H.oRIOAMETAlPRODUCtSCo.r the sulphur goes intp a solution cally all the other vegetable crops.It .AOHICUt.TUnra-OuKBar'a Agriculture for Southern Schools 83" >..,... .SO
J.
Seed-grafted avocados often bear and will be injurious to is cheaper spray: at the time of CIVIL OOVERNMKNT-Jamra and Sanford' Our Government. S8BD...-i .10

r 0\ i , MANUFACTUREMETAL second than: three varieties; stand iage; therefore, it is most important putting on but does not withstand ,the I I AWEBRA-Mllne'I'HYBICAlj:,, OEOOUAPIlY-M..y-Slmond.High School, A._..__...-.A...--._.._._._.___..-_...,_-.-._.:......-._ 1.10 1.00
...' more cold oranges. Write J. B. to stop the cooking at the right tame effects of rain as does the arsenate of I
Beach West Palm Beach, for free by the addition of cold water. The I Books marked A may be purchased from the American Book Co., Atlanta.
I); f" booklet. \ 7tf must be well strained not lead..A On.; hSUD from the Southern School Book Depository. Atlanta. 0... O.from
CEILINGSCULVERTS.SHINGUS spray so as Oa. alao from Book Dealer in Florida.
,, Olnn & Co., Atlanta. ; moat ,
" to clog the pump. It is not nearly so pain in your side or back, that
,I! Wanted woo<1-cutten; steady work; hard on foliage as other fungicides., catches you when you straighten Im When thought advlaable, book have been chosen. from. the Hat adopted bjr'
'. Ie $1.00 per cord. For particulars, writeW. _. calls for rubbing application oBanard' the State Uniform Tent Book Commlaa Ion. .
.
AND QTHr/ R. Mellier, Fulford. Fla.kFERTILIZERSJ. StrawberriesI Snow Liniment.. It relaxesthe 1 State Superintendent-of W. Puollo BHHJAT8.ID., ""CtiOn.' q
r\ have red in contracted muscles and permits r' ,
r1. SHEET METAL spider my strawberry :
,.(, fields and many of the blossoms ordinary bodily motion wlthuot .
200 LDS
BUILOiNGHATERIAt blight. What shall I dot ing or inconvenience. Price .uII'er.j' i'
Answer: Spray with one pound and $1.0O per bottle. Sold by
',I WtMTt TODAY AND SPECIAL. ARMOUR Black Leaf 40 and one and one-half Pharmacy. DIXIE I I FLYER AND DIXIE I -LIMITEDALLSTEEL
1 fOR CATALOGUE} QUOTA )ONS gallons lime-sulphur solution to 140 '
w Wa..IS.w arNea.. gallons water. This is a control for Job printing of many kinds is done, ELECTRIC-LIGHTED TRAINS FOR .
both red spider and thrip.; and done well at the office of the
i : iK NSTANC' Valley G&zette. CHICAGO AND St. LOUIS ,

Paris Green ra, Arsenate of LeadIsn't DIXIE FLYER DIXIE LIMITED ',- -
Paris Green a more economical Lv Jacksonville C L UO PM Lv JttkMfivHIe)... ACL SOS AM
spray than arsenate of lead? \ WHAT IS, Ar Macon ......GS&F 4JS AM Ar Mac**)....-._GS&F 4... PM
''' For Sprains Lameness, Answer: As to whether Paris greenis Ar Atlanta ....__Cof G 7.40AM Ar Atlanta.Coto 7.10 PM
more economical than arsenate of Ar Chattanooga .ICtttt 12.12 PM ArChattan.s csj.lCe U 1143 PM
'I: i ,Sores, Cuts; Rheumatism lead depends largely on the weather LAXFOSLUCFOS Ar Nashville .__..KIStl 4.45 PM Ar N.ahvlll..IUIiL 4.07 AM
:N1; t i' Penetrate and Heat following the application. Paris green Lv Nashville _.ICItll 8.15 PM Lv N..hYlII..L&N 4O5 AM
: r washes off readily, while arsenate of Ar St. Louis _.. 10 7.20 AM Ar Ev.nsvlll.L&N ..3$ 'AM
? i Stops Pain At Once "V lead is very adhesive. It goes with Lv Na.hvllle.L&N 4.SS PM Lv Evantvllle ..,,L&N 8U8 AM
1' For Man and Beast out saying that the initial applicationof IS IMPROVED CASCARA Ar Ennnllle..,..IAN 9.S8 PM IV St Louis ...._LAN 2.00PM 1-
i Paris green is very much cheaper A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE Cvsnsvllle ...C&El 10.25 PM Lv Evantvllle..CAEI LoU AM 4
2Sc 50c.$1.! At All Dealer.. Thirty years' Experience in all than arsenate of lead, for one pound Lv Vlncennes.CAKI 12.08 PM Ar Vlncennes..,.CAKI: 10J AM
:ri.i ri.' parts of Florida: and throughout Paris green makes as strong a sprayas CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC Ar Terre Haute...CAEIAr 1.33 AM Ar Terre Haute..C4EI 11.40. AM
\i the U. S.; the world's finest ten pounds of arsenate of Icid. I/Al-Pos: is not a Secret Patent Medicine Danville__,__ ,C&l.l .:3.13 AM Ar Danville..CAKI{ Lt7 PM
LINIMENT.t' malei-idlt brought direct from Paris green can be used at the rate but ia composed of the following Ar Chicago h-_-CM.KI 7.10'AM Ar Chicago..._.Cd/EI 4.25 PM I
producing\ points and rigidly analyzed of one pound to 100 gallons of'waterIn old-fashioned roots and herbs;: Contp.rem.nt.ndOb.ervstlm-LtbrsryStleepingCar.: comfortable, roomy and; reitTul..
; complete equipment de. .h..u. a
veloped through building and which I 5 pounds caustic lime has CASCARA BARK JookHonvillo JrawlnltRoom to M..pl1t&('...... Jlk.onvllle' to Cht..co and 8L.'L ul..
>een"stirred, or one yound to 100 1).wlnll.l.oom : J.oklnnvlll" Adan.. '
30 BLUE FLAG ROOT aleeping(1en '
operating factories--enables Thoroughfare : ...at.. .llfCrtno-h"blAld J.d'DvUl. t.o CWo.s., 'I +eDaen5
fI, us to "bulJd"'long-18IIting. crop- gallons Bordeaux, mixture, on potatoes RHUBARB ROOT Gan serve alt meall,!eurouu...rvloe ala Cart..' '. Y'
.; making K'imus-builJinfl; quality > ,. eggplants tomatoes, peppers roe ecraittD' .IN.ON.At10N, aUK"'.a CAN aSC..ane.. ,
Into Armour Fertilizers.Fiftyfour and cabbage but on most of the garden ROOTMAYAPPLEROOT dept. TO gar tied ? .acHT or
vegetables Paris green can note
LINE.
of pur standard, well- ATLANTIC COAST RAILROAD
> usedin_ any strength without seri SENNA LEAVES
;K City Market known brands aro offered with ous burning. This is particularly true 'AND PEPSIN '.THE STANPARO>> RAILROAD Of THE SOUTH'
2%, 3% 5% with.
or potash, or of beans, eta It is seldom, however, A. W. rRITOT ". Q.KIMKLaNDiviaiON
In LAX-PCS: the CASCARA Improved by .
1 out potash; as desired Cookie f ....K..C. asset a,0. U piviaieM ee..O.N.e.Nt a. .. C.jaCKBONVILLC. A
that is
free showing complete! line of so strong a spray necessary, the addition of these digestive ingredients ft*. TMr>A. YEA ;
and in the general garden three making it better than ordinary CASCARA
'; Fresh Florida and pounds arsenate of lead paste to fifty ,and thus the combination acts not :-- - -- ------ ----
Citrus Fertill..er; ; ( gallons of water'in the usual recommendation only.a stimulating laxative and cathartic r.t
Field Crop rc rtI7..rsVegctab1e !! but also as a digestive and liver tonic. .t
:' Western M.ea t s When one takes; into consideration Syrup laxatives are weak, but Lxx-Fos
1 Fertilizers the"dangers of burning the cost of combines strength with palatable aromatic P.RQfflJ
\ Fertilizer Materials:. application, and the likelihood of taste and doe. not gripe or disturb
.,f of all .kinds.Phone .. Paris green being washed off almostas the stomach. One bottle will provetAx1'Os
Blood & Brace<
.;', Tankage noon aa it is applied It really Is ia Invaluable for Constipation,
-
Spravt-Kj! !Materials' not strange that arsenate of lead is Indigestion Or.Torpid Liver. Price,50c. '

'' w. your or Stock Ct Poultry.Feeds an practically insect powder.'superseding' Paris green- as Ideal Formulas ".

:' ders and they sfrmottr rertlUtc .
t
Irish Potatoes a* Ideal Methods .
CDrlch the i SoU-Iicreas the Tle'i My ,Irish potatoes are sprouting
will be promptly I Hasten MiUrttjr-.tupiovc tile Quality nicely since the cold. Shall I need to 'if. Ideal Results

f spray them? If eo, directions will be 200"ias .
'delivered. Waters & Carson Gro( Co. appreciated. i I''
i' Answer: You should commence
t I KISSIMMEE FLA.MANUF"ACTURED. to spray when the potatoes are four or if DE" Make Your Crops With m- Profit y
; Phone 44MACHINERY five inches high, and repeat every ten ESPECIALLY ADAPTED ,.
,> [ BV days or two weeks unless the weather :- Writ For fro*hooks
.t." \, la particularly bright and sunny wher ; FLORID L ,.'. Or.... ..d .1...... .
' 3 ; ARMOUR'FERT.'IDRKS\ longer intervals may be allowed. Do N For Your F ALKIDEAL

", J JACKSONVILLE. not wait for blight to show in the SEMINOLC WLT oomer Fertilizer Co.

Af. I yog FLA. State F' CHEROKEE Manufacturers IDEAL FERTILIZERS 4
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SAWMla For lONE DOSE : WILL CON VINCE;:
Our Instructive Catalogueand UTILIZER ,
Gall Stones, Cancer ana: Ulcers of the ; .

''il. ", AND CHlElfNEAISCOFFEES Stomach and ,Intestine, .AutoIntoxication Weekly Price List d CJSONVILU ,FLq, A. If'j"r-' .

i ', Yellow Jaundico, Appendicitis 4 P"' -

C ALL SUPPLIES, and other fatal ailments result from SEND,, I CR

,'e' Write for PriNSAnd Stomach Stomach Sufferers'Trouble.owe Thousands their complete of- THEM TODAY WATERS '& CARSON GROCERY CO.,; (Local Agents

'Catalogue recover to. Mayr's Wonderful

Remedy Unlike any other for Stomach NSEED OJ

Best By Every Test berson,Ailment._ and d. For ar&llu".yel''Wb sale by J. z..R0-.. 0 .JACKSONVILLE. FLA., Get Your Job Printing Prom .t the_ Valley{ GazetteMb


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..0 0 UUUUOOO'.O'OUO -OU OOO+UUU 44>4>4>++++e>+eN4GRAYSTONE .

BRIDGE$ TO BE BUILT ACROSS HEAD HOTEL }




.f OP LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA SHORTLY HERBERT 'WlCHTENDAHL, Mgr. ,

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Means Short Cut of Road From, Kissimmee. to St. Cloud Section=: -City. Council l DAY RATES'I' i.

I WITH BATH, .. $3.00
Accepts Proposition of Citizens Offering to: Finance Project.

WITHOUT BATH, $2.5O '1 1I

Work to Begin Within Two Weeks. ' .

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oootOUOOO'HOo" U.. County Road Superintendent Farmer; which would mean A great: improvement -t of the finance! committee create a special -
.{ .. 0 .'h* county will furnish team and the and convenience for the people bridge fund to receive,the money I
x .4 GREAT IMPROVEMENT IS. convicts for the labor at coat, as well of the comnunity. Tho bridge his for this work. Councilman Bass and II.i Better Farming in the South ]
t : :4 AUTHORIZED as its share of funds for making' the W. I. Barber wore selected as a committee
J 4 '. fill and necessary change in the road. been a matter which tie: people have to collect the which had z
I -4 Short cut! bridge and fill across! wanted and worked for at times during been money

a head of Lake Tohopiekaliga ordered the past twenty-fivb, or thirty)) suscribed. ,. PFANIITS AS A CASH CROP .

', O built by city council. < years, and he was sure that tbe'''teal. l uo 1
; '4 County to assist materially in ization of same was now brighter i'.IMIa! I To make money and produces In the hog a soft, flabby \

r d. completing! big undertaking. 4 than ever before. lie did not see how Is the' object of meat, the fat of which will not proA '.
"1 O Work will cost approximately 4 'he city could turn do'\'n'the offer of the farmer as duce lard ot a proper consistency. ."
; O $3,000. 4 t citizens to furnish the, funds, and they well of the FifthThe: Peanut, being a legume .
c \ :Taxpayers donate $2,600 to the, 4 :9" would erect a monument to them- manufacturer as or Is.a soil builder and adds nitrogen tor--, \,
.*4 city. for project. 4j selves .and have the thanks and approbation the soil and works In splendidly? In a ;.: .
the merchant.Real rotation with cotton or corn, t J oth of '
of all if ordered
j O Work to commencswithin .tendays. 4 they the pro- profit lethe .:
voracious feeders on nltrtHgen
0 d' ject to proceed. which are
0 To, be built by Road Supetin- 4 rettFN Mr. Gilbert the city clerk, voiced difference between and., requiring clean culture, rap. : .'
,yet a tendent L. R. Farmer. 4 the sentiments of Mr. Stanford, as dida / the market idly deplete the soil of nitrates.

-4 Will shorten toute between number of those present, among value of a Proper Fertilization i".

;. ''O, Kissiinmeo and St. Cloud 2 .1-S ham was a tourist, who apologizedfor commodity over Because It Is'a legume many pea
1 O miles. Oi "butting in." but felt that he could : Its cost ot' pro pIe believe that It requires no fertilizers {,
4M not refrain from saying a word from l' lam' duction., A crop, and In this they are badly mistaken ",;.,

0000000+0<00 the tsandpoint of a visitor, in behalf s. mat ball not a .' Nitrogen gathering nodules 'f.
i e% of this laudable undertaking. Mr. Berber !;tl D. B. OSCORNE "Cash Surrender do not' begin to form on the roots of :; ,

telRS''L Li ,I then read a list of the subscribers, Value" (In an Interrupted market the plant until the nut Is two-thirds :'.
'( Ono of the most Important 5 the amounts promised, etc. President demand). cannot be considered as a matured and It through lack of prop (

t.' steps taken by tho present city council Pledger, of the Chamber of Com crop grown for Real Profit; although er nourishment the plant Is allowed : '
;' for' the ultimate benefit of the merce, urged Immediate action, givinga an Indlrectproflt may result In reduc: to languish 'until this stage Is reached ' ,
community, WAS the authorization of brief outline of tho possibilities ing the cost of a Money Crop. the crop ,will 'be greatly Curtailed land :

Y\", tha. construction of a sort! cut bridge such an.! improvement would bring Money Crop Give Real Profit profits lost. ;
Nl'' fr and fill across the head of Lake Tobeau's about. So much imthuiticism was displayed It Is the Money. Crop that gives The plant requires a sufficient
I'I, real profit to tbe farm and a Moq amount of nitrogen from a quick actingsource ;
hnns4.liioro.. f..m'(.nna Rr.nra. t. BI1. >that! individual\ donations were jr "
-Island' 'hjih" ' -- I CroP'can 'on1't'"a crop of a knowhmarketValoe to carry It to tne'nodule form"I-
1 wll' shorten the ; ;,
In sufficient
i- '. Ing period while the presence
Immediately convertible
:!: ROMA"THOji1AS
mt road from thisclty'to: St Cloud two '
'.Into money .In.any.town. .at.anr,4/me/ ,. : quentltleepf! phosphoric acid and ,
tf 'h and one-elghlh- mles. Funds foe: this, Councilman Whose. Action, ,Brought. .'_._ .A. F. BASS t ,...1 The problem of supplying, # South potash essential during the growth. '""
;rt, work in the sum of $2,500 were pre. About the Acceptance! of'Proposal' : County. Commissioner Favoring the ern farmer with a cash market ,for and maturity of"tbe plant.
t, + r aentcd to the city by enthusiastic cittcens. ,< Big ImprovementA other crops that would muchor An -application of a ,fertilizer containing ;1.
The work will cost in the neighborhood This project hag been under' discussion ::. more yield as 12 cent available phosphoric yr
f profit\ than he derives from per
,. t of $3,000'and'it ia: expected for some time. Over a y Jar ago committee was also appointed the cotton crop: has engaged the attention acid 1,1.2,10 2 per cent ammonia ,,',

;. this full amount will be made up by ; the matter was agitated,' and put' up upon motion of Dr. Carso.i, to decideon of the farmer and his friends, and 2 per cent potash, applied rat \'
thos-3 who'' at the head of the # the routs of
are gtroetJ 400 to 600 pounds ,
Of from
the rate
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to the people for a decision, and in nn ; \ appronchil1g'1 and with tile assistance of tbe Boll .
+ movement. If not the city guarantees tho proposed bridge, : I acre, will make a crop of both :
I election was turned down. 'The importance : Weevil, 'IJiey' have found a solution of per
Wr to mako'up the which
amount I. nuts and hay sufficient to return'thecost
the
of same, however, was the problem In Peanuts. '"
hand
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and leave
of the fertilizer a ?
realized, 'and since that time parties "
The
Peanut
I have been at work constantly, which . ;' rrIf. The Peanut offers wonderful some profit while an unfertilized crop t
crop '{
I' ::1> came to a successful conclusion with Y opportunities. It be will barely return cost of production. ,
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can grown over .
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'., the meeting of the council Monday iE( tbe entire South with profit.
value of acre of well h
night W. I. Barber The profit an
f ; the county tax It, reaches Its perfection In assessor interested (himself in and cultivated and fertilized; peanuts
'f the yield on well drained, gray sandy ot '.
value of acre
to the 'profit an
equal
matter, was assisted by Commissioner loam soils such as exist in the Coastal
A. F. Bus tend others, and as a resulta Plains along the Atlantic Seaboard, cotton producing two-thirds of a bale f r,

r large sum of money was subscribed which territory Is now either occupied' to the acre. tabulated cost and ;

C by people from this ccction, which has ,' or Is being rapidly encroached upon value The estimatedby following Dr. J. N. Harper. t tclE'arly r
been tendered the city: for the .improvement by the Boll Weevil. proves this point:. ;
There Is constant
work a demand at a
of Cotton
.Cost Per Acre
I Comparative if
When the meeting was called to or. "Cash Surrender Value" from a mar and r'
3r Monday Mr. Fanner appeared ket that would be difficult to glut with Cotton Peanuts Peanuts- .,

with nigh mate of the work. .. the peanut, for the reason that there Com Per Acre Cost ,'f
hich he gave as $3,000. He called . I'j. are five avenues of profit. $ 1.50 .Hrr kinf Land f lso
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IUrro Lund
attention to the fact thtt the county! W. THOMPSON Five Avenues of Profit .SO lUuling ing Fer :,ili: m s
would'furnish its teams and convicts First:, Progressive oil mills throughout /: .25 I- | I, ..2S
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at cost he would ,giva ,,his personal President. City Council, t the South are eager buyers of the :.25 \ ;: J ..21
r-ertiliirr
mddint
a supervision of the work, and was con- added to the fund already subscribed, Peanut and offer a spot cash mar .25.50 Harrowing; on belore/ Planting ,25 ,:
ket
vinced that he could give the Clerk at very remunerative prices. The .75 Seed 'Lip I
city a City Gilbert giving $25,' H. C. '
t, oil Is In great demand. 8.00 hertiliterl act
first-class Job for the amount mentioned. Stanford $50, nd.R, Farmer ) .
$10. .25
.25Plantina
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j __ Second: The nut and vines am a\ ;
He went into details' of the estimate Alter consiaeraoie debate councilman cattle 5.91. Cultiratloa 2.50 '.
the timber STANFORD I splendid feed for. producing a 5.OO Hamming -14.011
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: to be used, the fill Thomas moved that the proposition .
quick growth of firm and tender meat.A 2.00 Preparing for Market 2.50 e -
etc.* and left no doubt in the minds of as presented by W. I.'Barber for EY-President Board of Trade. Enthusiastic profit In the sales of cattle thus 1.75 Marketing 2A e
N tha city fathers that the work'' could be II the building of the bridge be accepted, Worker For Bridge fed and fattened la a certaInty S 00 Kent a00 ::4peso
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done A* outlined. Commiflninnfer KARA and that work be. i
proceeded with at Third
: The best quality of peanuts roof ;
]I was present and stated that the; coun- once, the city standing responsible for conjunction with Superintendent Far- find a ready sale at top prices to the Caanpariaea .( R. ur.a frand ...I CottM '
W. I. BARBER I ty was ready at any time to give all only $500, should this amount be mer, selecting the most logical manufacturers of of Peanut I'
candy! peanut butter
J33 lha. Lint cotton at IV Ib ..........**?.*? ,
Through: Whose Efforts the Propo.. assistance in the matter, and had ben found necessary. $Councilman Carson points. This commutes! )Js composed and other confections. 667 Iba. Cotton Seed at $50. '...".....'...... 16.66 !"+
Improvement Becomes a Fact: I for a long time. seconded the motion and it was car. of Councilmon Carson: and Howell Fourth: Peanut cake (from the oil ., -1
|Iso H. C. Stanford addressed the from profit .ryr.a.r.p............$66.61 ,
meetIng ried
mills( fed "
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hogs
L unanimously. Superintendent Bass. makes a vigorous .
from present indications will be COlt of cotton .4..rr.r.w..n...... .14.50 ,
un. after Mr. Farmer had concluded Farmer then and I ,. 1''INct
stated that ns soon as growth gain In.weight and '
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necessary. Work is to commence and stated that in his opinion tbs city the $3,000 was guaranteed he was when properly "finished off with ,; ,. / prbfiticotlonj' ':..,......{till t',

Y within be under ten the days or two weeks direction, and will council would take a great step for willing and ready,to ge* to work. It Visiting cards' printed by the Val corn gives a firm meat with the fat '5 "uah"la pu"ula IIOc bu .....:."......$60.0It ,'' g
personal of
ward in authorizing the work done, was! also*suggested that the chairman ley Gazette: Job Department. containing; a proper proportion ofstearlne 1 Ton peanut hay at $19 ton ............ 15.0It .'
P
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for. making good firm lard. -
1i -. i .....'. ............... .......$757 j-
t the
i 1tJ.2:0.: ___ .b a.nw-w""'su 'r'''r....._ ,..._ _.._ -. ._ .. h In Feeding a mistake for whole two reasons nut to :the First hog Costprof ...................... 1t7SNet ',t

I'1., the value or profit from the oil Is 'profit peanuts ......,.........$jiij '1,:.
lost, and second tbe allot the nut
J 'If harreated by machine the coat will .b* ,;.
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,. given an excess of oil over slearlne I less. '.''

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AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS OF:' complete Gazeteer' of Florida, giving :

FLORIDA ARE IN DEMAND such information as banking towns. ;'

,- money order postoffices, etc. ,;

The complete automobile road map .i 1k

I of Florida (pocket edition), which is TIIICK GLOSSY HAIR ',;

being offered ,by the Valley Gazettefor FREE FROM DANDRUFF. "
the small(, sum of 25c, is finding' 'ePc"-'

t t-i- .,. -. -:.. C ready sale, and if you' have not got (.Girls! Try it! Hair Gels soft fluffy r Pc:
r.rry. ,,,v b.0.i 2.1' +Nisaen y wt' 4' yours, better get busy, as they will / and beautiful-Get a 25 cent -1;;;

!" not last any great length of time. bottle of Danderine.If .
.. The map is folded Tn a neat card ''J."

board cover, of a size fitting the coat you care! for heavy hair that ,..;
pocket-about an ordinary envelope glistens with beauty and is radiant ,(,
size-and when with life has i 1
opened is 21x29 ; an incomparable softness i ,
inches. It shows all automobile roads and is fluffy and lustrous, try .;:
throughout the entire state, the Dixie Danderine. ;.
Highway find from it lone van pick out Just one application doubles the ;1'
at first glance any auto road in Flor beauty of your hair, besides! it imme- y, ;
i iiv ida. being the latest revised/ it Certain.! diately dissolves every particle of ;;
ly is something we all should possess, dandruff You. can not naive nice'p\{
I to say the least,'and is complete in heavy, healthy hair if you have dand- '.]
every detail. The map also shows the ruff. This destructive scurf robs the "'
population of incorporated towns for hair of its lustre, its strength and its :,*
very life, and if not overcome it |
the of produces
years 1910, 1900 and 1890, with "

: PROPOSED r'Uw the total population for the years the scalp a feverishness; the hair roots and famish itching loosen of ;,'.
III BRIDGE TO BE BUILT I mentioned. It
NEAR carries the
RAILROAD TRESTLE SHOWN IN PICTURE miles electric scale of and die; hen the hair falls out
._ lines are indicated sep fast. Surely get a 25-ocnt bottle of ,:,{ .a
arate .
--- -- as all the
-- y, are county seats Knowlton's Danderine from drugstore
f MAYOWS On the reverse side of the map is a and any
PROCLAMATION YES! LIFT A CORN just try it. \ 1
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ABSOLUTELY STOPS ALL LEAKS Under and by--virtue of' the power OFF WITHOUT PAIN I J.tt,/

vested In me. I, H. It. May Mayor of -
5 the City of KUslmmeo.. Florida, do -
$ GRAPHELASTIC
Cincinnati
ROOF Authority Tell How j
PAINTSOLD ttarvby announce, proclaim, and' de to
clare; that an election will beheld at Dry Up a Corn'or Callus So It "
the City Hail In said city, during the GOOD \
UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEE ? legal houra of voting' on Saturday; ;, the Lifts Off With Fing-ersl .. J '
Slat day of March, A D. 1117, .
for the
f NOT AN EXPERIMENT -
I BUT AN ESTABLISHED: TESTED PRODUCT purposeot electing the -following of fl. '
eer for the term of You corn-pestered men and women .
one year, via!
Craphelastic will make old roof good*' One Mayor,. need suffer
no Wear
an. as as new. Any one can apply'' longer. the shoes .'''e
: it. For 5 the standard 8ne Clerk, that nearly killed you before,
years roof paint of the South. Marshal and Tax Collector, says
HrI OUR PRICES: Barrel. 52 gallons ttk On. Troaaurer. this Cincinnati authority, because a -
per gal. Half barrels about .
Also to serve for the term of two few drops of freezone applied directly 1 ,
30 gallons. 65c per gallon. Leas than half barrels, 75c per gallon. years Three: member if on a tender, aching corn or callus! ,

'.. Graphelastic will cover about :2UU square feet to the( gallon.. 1 hereby appoint H.n."t N. Bratton, Council, J. M slops\ aU1E1l1e. ut once and soon the character
4< Graphelattic Liquid Cement for roofs in very bad condition $1 Gardner 1C D. Uuloe. ae Inspectors, and corn or hardened callus loosens so it ,THE of your printed :: '
gal.
/ Graphelaitic heavy cement 50 pounds: 8c per pound. per O tion.M 8he irouae as clerk of said elec out can pain.A be 1.if ten out, root and all, with pression-rood or --- :

Above prices,subject to \10% discount for cash. net In my wltneaa hand ae whereof Mayor I of have said city hereunto and small bottle of freezone costs gage you'r standing-the character .job.'I: '

caused the seal of Bald city to be here very little at any drugstore, but will .to--daleness-by that than '
by
any
unto afn ed, 1MB Sird
day of
Graphelastic Manufacturing CO: A D. 1917 February'., positively take, off every hard or' soft need for the right kind of .
H: R. MAT,I!. corn or callus. This) should be tried, printing.
GENERAL OFFICES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (Seal) Mayor of City'. of Klailmmae. as it is 'inexpensive and is said not to,, Our ;u
hobby is
.Atte.t: ;J. R. GIU1BRT. irritate the surrounding skin. good printing? '' J
4 .. 6444a44' 4P6.,..+uooooooo oo 00'000 O'o. City Clerk. U-4t If your druggist hasn't any freezone .good printing with character, '
.. '.. tell him to get a small bottle.for yon : .
'right stock
from,his whole sale drug house. It i* right ll1u.tr.bons--a1l : ,

Get Hb.Pri-U; from To Car* a Cold la One Day fine stuff" and, acts like a charm every whole-the kind that will make '
Your 1 :the Gazette I'aUUJra.TlVJt BXOMO Onfall**. It tope the time.' Give chance
w alley
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Cavcfe sad Headache .... work*oil the Cold. ; t us a on your next '
Drarsteta refold ntoewr If II eile to .... z a
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_" VALLEY GAZETT FRIDAY, MARCH, It, ill?

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V JUDGE J. ,W. LILLY HONORED' CITIZEN ( 75 ,

NUMBERS POISON I W.C.T.O.tOLOMN. I years ago


CALLED BY DEATH. ,SUNDAY MORNINGJudge ,OWN SYSTEMS -everyone:': wore homespunand -

-- I Rarely, fever, has Kissimmee had
the oportiinity to listen to''a more used'handmixcd
likewise
< J. W. Lilly widely'' known of Glencoe, Ky.; Richard L. Lilly, liar. Auto-Intoxication Is Foundation oj eloquent and logical speaker than everyone
and well liked citizen of Kissimmee, risburg. Ark., and Mrs. J. W. Wilder, Most Diseases and Ill Health, Mrs. Stevens, who spoke at the Presbyterian paint., Todayhen machine-spun"eJotb '
4. ... died at Ma home on Emmett atreet Kissimmee Says Noted Authority Church Monday evening. She is so much better and cheaper no one t,

Sunday morning at -o'clock, after a The Judge was a publicspiritedman ? Advanced medical-authorities assert held the close attention of an Intelligent would think of wearing homespun. Many: ,;t
lingering illness. The funeral service and always interested himself in and appreciative audience for still hand-r ixed paint Y
was held at the home of his sis the community interests lie was that auto-intoxication is the overan hour. Mrs. Stevens is the people are using; : ,
elected mayor of the' city of Crookston foundation of most of the ills and disease state evangelist of the Woman's however because they do not know that

afternoon'and. while he lived there and he served to which the human, flesh is Christian Temperance Union of Flor

old home in Warsaw, Ky., for burial. the city of Kissimnvee in the same caJ heir. "This condition," L. T. ida.She .
Richard Lilly, a brother of the deceased parity a few years ago. During his .eays said that some have the idea '
who came to be at the bedside residence in Kentucky Jie was twice Cooper who has made an exhaustive that this organization works only no :
during the last illness and death, accompanied elected to the ,state legislature. study of the aubject, "is nothingmore along temperance lines, when the fact
; the remains to their resting About eight years ago he moved nor less than the slow aelf-pois l la, it is only one of forty-four depart-

.' place. south on account of failing health., and oning of the vital organs, produced by ments. She stressed especially the LEADwnDZINC PAINT
.; Judge Lilly was''j born In Warsaw, hag lived here since. child labor and rescue work; and
in 1848 the excessive, mental and physical scathingly rebuked the idle, indiffer. rCWUt GALLONS WEAK IjOMOUt
Ky., and resided in that state The deceased was talented, musi-
most of his life. He was a lawyer by clan; and as a younger man possessed strain we are forced to endure, which ent rich, ,who think only of self< -of '"'
,profession and practiced law at Cov- a fine tenor voice. renders the organs lame and inactive me and mlrvs-and do nothing to relieve ,,-iJ1; save then money :and:
ington, Ky., and at Crookston, Minn. He was a member of the Baptist and permits toxins-actual poisons the poverty and suffering of.hu- labor. 'Devoe Lead imd Zinc '
Here he married Miss Sarah A. Craig, church for almost a life time of service manity." Paint is simply made of the
be within one's .....
to generated own body. ; d '
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of Warsaw, Ky., and together they but in later years joined the 'I
.. lived ''a long and useful life together. Christian church, the denominationto "Sometimes the trouble starts in Three new members were added to same ingredient tl.j old-time

The two children that were born toe which his wife belonged. Rev. 0, B. the liver and kidneys, and sometimes the local union, and a number of gentlemen painter used Pure White '

..-J.. them have passed away, as did Mrs. Falls and Rev. A. M. Chisholm were it starts in the stomach, or elsewhere, .were made honorary members.The Lead, Pure White ,Zinc, and
Lilly about four years ago. The only peresent at the funeral service when g money collection and subscrip i
but in the blame lies with Pure Linseed Gil. The only IL I
case ,
surviving near relatives are five sisters friends gathered to express their sympathy any tions amounted to seventy-five dollars. I ?? I II'I'
.' and brothers, Mrs. L. E. Thomas, for' the bereaved family and to I the faulty method of living, which' has difference is that Devoc! is ill pt

Mrs. W ,F. Ames, Mr.. Wm. I Coats. honor the memory'' of one of Kissiim become so prevalent of 'recent years, GROCERY STORES TO START mixed by. machinery, .500

Mrs.. Geo. Poland, Henry F. Lilly, all mess most useful citizens |.. I and it la the more important organ gallons at a time Therefore, 'i i
; I II that suffer the final damcge. As when SUMMER HOURS NEXT MONTH .
it, is always absolutely uniform: in strength! ,

I ;: : .Representative N. C. Bryan Makes Statement body they falter fills up or with fail in poisons their duties and the the With the coming-of summer" the color and covering capacity. I '

II ,: victim readily yields to their baneful groc rymen of the city have launched. We guarantee Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint to be pure.. '

: ,As to Measures He Will Advocate In Legislature influences.,and intestinal Bright'troubles* disease, catarrhal, stomach -, the i. movement heated term for, and early the'closing following during petition -! .' We know it contains no whiting, silica or other worthies,

i affections of the mucous membrane.; I has been circulated, signed and m"t rials. Stop in and ask for Color Card.

l in fact, may be called autointoxication speaks for itself: --i>
Representative N. O, Bryan, asked measures enacted that will help along or selfpoisoning."A We, the undersigned, agree to close W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY

1 "( to declare himself as. to the measures' this Our line.game ,laws need revision'' and body"tired continued, dragging Mr. Cooper feeling, "or of sluggish the- afternoon our places, except of business Saturdays at 6 p.and m.Mon each Building. Hardware. Roolinf, Paints, Oil, Ross.. Pump. ,- Qu Eitfnts. MB SMlta. DO
he during the next .
would'support
better enforcement. I shall advocate mind and dull memory Jntertse\ days, during that period from April.]. KISSIMME; FLORIDA m 1
::- l 1. .legislature, kindly presepled the.,following . a-closed. season-;for deer, turkey ''and nervousness, headaches; stomach and 1917;November, 1, 1917. PAINT DEVOE PAINT 4
f r ] which is of interest to his quail for a period of five years." bowel troubles, poor circulation, imperfect G. M. TAYLOR,
many friends and constituents: Our state colleges, both at Gaines digestion constipation and despondency ,0. P. LUTZ,
f' ville and Tallahassee are institutions are common symptoms of (Sanitary Market),
;, Editor Valley GazetterMn response that'are a great value to" us, and"I auto-i1Itoxication and nine outof '", R. S. FLQYD, *
l" ; ., to your letter of March 8th, as toy be shall faVor liberal appropriations for every ten people in'the average'city JULIA L. BASS,
t, measures I will advocate during ,,thet deeded buildings and maintenance. like Atlanta. are likely to be so. af CITY MARKET, ,
,, next session, I have no specially pet They are our best assets.' The asylumat fected." fo, C. W.; GRIFFIN I ,The Favorite Store of KUtimmee I .
measures except that I shall favor a Chattahoochee fpr the Insane ia I Tanlac, the powerful reconstructive WATERS, & CARSON,
I' S submission to the votes of an amend- badly crowded, and I think provisions 'tonic, was designed especially to
", ment to the constitution providing for should be made to either enlarge its :!overcome these troubles, and it is Mr. Wanted wood-gutters; steady 'work;
< state-wide prohibition; also an capacity or that,another should be located Cooper's theory that the Tanlac treat U.OO per cord. For particulars, write
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( amend mend to the Davis package law, ,either in middle or southern ment is the'direct remedy' therefor. W. R. Mellier" Fulford. Fla.
'a making it more effective and, providing Florida. The unfortunates who are There Is not: a single portion of the FURNITURE ?
t; for its enforcement and shall compelled to go there should have bet. body that is not benefited by' the
; probably advocate othef measures ter care than it is possible. to givetht'm healthful work of this celebrated
'i; I regulating the liquor traffic. I will at present. preparation, which begins its action J. W. THOMPSON '
'l! t ,support all reasonable good roads legislation I believe the legislature of 19)7 i ia bv> stimulating< the digestive and assimilative i '
''" and any measures that will composed largely of clean, clear- organ, thereby: enrichingthe. ,
, :: be for the"betterment of the Stock industry . thinking men, and expect to see"some blood and invigorating the entire Funeral Director -WE HAVE IT !
I' of this' state. needed constructive laws enacted and system. Next, enables the stomach
V ; I believe a compulsory school attendance that very few of what is commonly *.o thoroughly digest the food, there. tIn
,i law should be enacted. Our called fool measures will be presented. by permitting the assimilable products ANDiLICENSED \ '
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state Is sadly in need of better Collection ' . Yours truly -' to be converted into blood,' bon
t k laws, and I hope to ,see some N, BRYAN. and muscle. It overcomes that great EMBALMCR
r .. uuu. exciting of disease weakness: connection with Hardware line
I ----------------------------------- cause ear w. carry a complete
together tt[ renders the body vigorous and elastic fine of furniture. We make of Leasts and i
do It is by, getting ou'r 'Stewart a specialty outfitting ,
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Store and
keeps the mind,, clear and energeticand Chapel, Ave -
I I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I onVetxtion for stronger organization throws off the symptoms of nervousness Kla.tmm.. Fla. handle reliable ,
and new inspiration to encourage us and indigestion. It builds up

In work at home. ' the constitution, weakened by disease Bed Room Furniture Dining' '
' and mental and physical overwork, ,
a Instead of a news, letter of varied The railroads have granted a 2c tuirkens'convalescence and ,
Is'an unfailing W. B Crawford 'Lee Jarre11
items >:from over the' ttata we here plus 25c rate. source of comfort to those.suffering CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits Par,
..t give, asking for your careful, prayerful Sincerely yours from these troubles. '. '
4., attention, a splendid -letter pertaining EVA CATHERINE.McQUARTERS, Tanlac is 'sold In Klssimmee exclu- lor Suits, Odd 'Chairs, Rockers, '
to the twenty-ninth annual sively by: J. Z. Roberson; in St. Cloud , Offices: 4. 6. 6, and 7 Citizens
r.' state convention soon coming. Chairman of Publicity Committee, by Seminole Pharmacy;'and in Ken- ," Bank- Buildinjrtisalmmee !' Couches Etc: A : .' .
Dear Miss Townsend I know I can ,ter, ansville."CIVILIZATION". Florida ::
f count on you to help me publish It will surely be a treat to have
through the state the conventionnews .
from now until it meets with ui, not only our own Florida' speakers This lion .b asaklng' a record for itself ia the Matter. el
and workers In Orlando 'but also Mr. DR./w. CARSON
W.
April( 19-22. Since this is our first helping peeple to outfit ...... Co..'... ...., Oar. price are
1 experience in entertaining a conven- Lehmann, already well-known and DENTIST 1 \
tion, we certainly appreciate any: help Mr. Gates, 'renowned in other statesas Office ov..r' ,
,. others give us. the live-wire field worker lIe and unusual -- Pilley Building '
An dramatic treat is in Office flour.11.. 1-6 I
We Java had several special committee Mrs. Gates are personal friends of,the store for theatre of Kissimmee ).,!Ioe 'Phone IIS Relldonc/ 'Phon II rightTOOLS '
meetings and pertvaps Endeav- in In- goers 0.. Administered .
for Bvtraetlou (
Florida press superintendent
when Thos. H. Ince will present his ENGINEERS ,
orers might use the names :of some terlachen. "Civiliza Teeth FOR : : :
million-dollar spectacle.
,, of tjie chairmen in correspondence before It will be a big help to get reduced "
tion, at the Graystone Casino March
the eon mtlon. railroad rates. In pact-over years we I 1. r. KRIBBa W. J. TEE::
16th. This is the most talked of cinema
Miss Margaret Fiske' is' general used to do thief, but not for a long success of the times and comes KRIBBS'ft STEED No matter what kind. ef,aa Engine yea have-Gas, Steam
I
chairman and will answer any, questions while. Everything points to a won direct from .the Criterion Theatre Railroad er Stationary Engiae-we have exactly the Tools yes }
i about the convention in general. ATTORNEY AT LAW ..
Orlando.
Jerf ul time in
I ?fr. Robert Lewtsr is chairman of GRACE A. TOWNSEND.. New York, where it is still playing to Legal business of all kjnde given need la year everyday .rk-W..da., Hammer, Oiler, etc, r:''
? the Reception Committee and shouldbe March 12th. crowded houses. "Civilization,1' is prompt attention. all of tie best quality and workmanship, and af 'price* that wigsurprise 'f
in that it is of
informed of time of arrival, number inique an exposition This"store ka the reputation of handling only .'
J 1 the art of drama and spectacle as Office 11 and 11 State Bank Bids' you
in party, etc. A tore throat can be treatest best Kissimmee. Florida. that b of and will make ml 'V
superior quality .
; Miss Ethel Sharpe is chairman 'of from the outside. The throat shouldbe done for the screen by one of thi hardware you BO *-
too entertainment committee and rubbed*gently',with Ballard'a,Snow greatest living producers, Thos II. take in coming here NOW.. inspecting oar big stock. .{
L. Branham of the' regis Ince, whose name has become a J
Miss Mary and
Liniment. at
. Apply night cover
. household word throughout the world T. M, RIVERS. M. D. '
tration committee. Please urge them
with cloth
-a cotton bandage; by morn t
for his inimitable genius in .
producing
; to communicate with her as early as ing the soreness will disappear. Price PHYSICIAN
the.silent drama. and SURGEON
, possible.The 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by

.; and they registration are to be given fee is a fifty badge cents pinned Osceola Pharmacy. comprehensive The story of that'Civilization"to attempt even 1s so a Office, over Osceola Pharmacy Osceola Hardware Company Y YC 1

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with a button picture of Mr. Cur synopsis of it would be to repeat the Phone R..ldence IS
history of mankind. Suffice it to Office 141.
: :ry, our state president, also a program say ,
'. and a song book-Mr. Rode- 00 IF YOU RECEIVE TilE KIS- 4 that until you have seen it and mar I :
, i heaver's "$ongs for Service," used in 00 SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. veled at the splendor of its misen en ., J. A. TUOVILLION, M. D.
his work with Billy Sunday. 00'0.. scene and the infinite art of its pro- Special Attention to "
' Southern States Secretary Carl 4 without having ordered that It.-o. ductional execution you have a rare I CANCER, GOITRE,:TUMORS and : :CARSON.President N. C BRYAN Secretary w f
; ''Lehma.nni Mr. Gates, field secretaryfor be sent to you,no payment for it0.. and inspiring treat in store. I DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
00 will be asked of The 4 Orlando Office-Bonrdman Building,
Mr. you. \
Illinois Mr. Fagg and Curry I '
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are to be with us and several other County.Commissioners of'Dsce4 ..-*. "FLORIDA LANDS" HANDSOME 9 to 11 a.m.Winter . The Waters & Carson
> ola county are paying for it as0. Park Office-2 to 4 and 6
to t ,
prominent speakers we hope secure RECENTLY
BOOKLET ISSUED : .
O an advertisement for this coun- < to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo aid
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4> Your has been ---"
supplied
soon.Mr.
Wyatt Taylor, who is touringthe ty. name .
to them by one of your friends 'The enterprising firm of Kibbe &:
south and is now in Florida, :
) says LEWIS O'BRYAN
we have a splendid. state organization 4 00 in Interested the hope in this that section you would of Flor-be ** bo., represented this city by M. E. .. Grocery Company

:" here and are growing splendidly. We 0 Ida. Money, has Just issued a handsome ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
it i. want to deserve that praise when he 4. 0 booklet entitled "Florida Lands," 'i
comes again and the only way we can ttOO OO"'oooooooooooooo Waring Building.
which will be given wide circulation Wholesale and tail Dealer b .
and Is calculated to do a great deal of i
...........O.O..o..oo.o..t..O..40.00000..... good. Profusely illustrated with pretty '
1 half-tones the publication ,seta GROCERIES
! forth, briefly the resources ef the .ALAN, J. MacDONOUGH I

+ Atlantic Coast Line state, especially those of central and Registered ArchitectAND
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southern Florida, and carries a full

Stattdard" Railroad of the South page of descriptive matter'pertaining ENGINEERBRONSON
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t.o Ktesimmee and vicinity, convincingly -
written, bearing a message of facts BLDC. KI3SIMMEB.FLA.; 0044000000000000 000000 .'00 . . + F. ,,;
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East Through Tourists Trains which will be of bneefit to this community c. <.P
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to say the least. . : WE SELL + WE BUY .
( i 0 ,,"0
The book is issued by this enter .
Td THE EAST TO THE WEST"New prising firm for the purpose of instructing 'I. HAY '* .' 1--'
the public of the great FOR RENTRooms ' HIDES ,
possibilities 0 .' ,.
k' York & Florida'Spedal" "Seminole Limited" offered in this state, and for unfurnished and furnished GRAIN i.

"Fla. & West Indian Limited" "The Southland" the benefit of those interested in make louses unfurnished and furnished. FERTILIZERS e 4 FURS .
F'\' Limited""Palmetto ing profitable realty investments in Also city properties, farms, citrus, I)
"Coast Line Florida ,Mail" "Dixie the Land of Flowers. trucking and grazing lands fer sale. WOOL. : :
p
.. SHINGLES *
Limited" "Dixie Flyer" 0 ,,.
0 AND IJ
Lenis-Jacksenville STORY THANKS FRIENDS' THE[ELITE REALTY PARLOR ORANGE BOXES. .
,.: "SJL Express" 4' .!
'r'' t T ALL ;1\
MRS. SUMMERS, Manager.
':,. Steel Sleeping Can, Tampa to Washington, To the Public: 0 ORANGE WRAPS ,, + .,;
I take this means to extend to my 207( Bass St.* cor. Brack, N. KUmlmmee + COUNTRYT'! p.
6/11', Philadelphia and New York. From Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, many friends and supporters my sin- Two blocks north of Christian church. VEGETABLE CRATES .' 0 '.
,' Louisville oereat thanks for their votes and good e \ 0 0 .," ',, PRODUCE '.
: work in my'' behalf in the' ,recent. .- -- CRATE NAILS +' r e

: White Man's Primary, when I was aspiring Pat Johnston O. 'P.. Oarrtl e ., ,,1'<
to become city treasurer. While 00000,04,000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OSM4We ,
i', ; For reservation apply to J I[ was defeated for office, it gives me JOHNSTON ft GARRETT.ATTORNEYATLAW "
A. W. FRITOT J. G. KIRKLAND a great,deal of pleasure to know ,that sell field and garden seeds of all linds. ,. ;

,\ Division Passenger Agent Division Passenger Agent the flattering vote given me is a Wi:give.I special attention! to fitting out hunting, and camping parties. ti:
; Jacksonville Hfflsbera source gratification, and a'testimonial Offices 10,, 11 and 12"'Cititena, .Ban Free.delivery ia city limits Thone No. 12. ... ." 1
St Hotel Tampa { "
13S W. Bay \ '
I ,, of confidence which I shall ever Building We for good fertilizer' Ask for csrcularaad
'J". I are county agents : us pucefertilizers. */
I remember. JCIuImm, Fla. -
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY- MARCH 16, 1917

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'THE: KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE merce and kindred organizations to''look into this matter! I Classified Advertisements

at once. Osceola >x>unty cannot afford to drop such an 1
!
PRESIDENT
STAND BY YOUR
h.II.... Even" Frld.,.. jmportant work, in the education of the children. If there *

11 Qttl_. !. Vatlel (7se/te B..I. KI..I..... florid la something wrong with the system then let the systembe FOR block SALE railway eta
from
83 acres one
w. n. HAIIIIIN ..4 M. O. VANS AUNICW, Owaera.MAX straightened out, but keep the good'' work up by all Hang out the American' Flag! ,tion; fivoa\ res, of grove bearing;

P. MUIIITZ. Hdltar." means. The records,, of the past show that much has Wear the Colors! splendid property, owned by an elderly r

r.I...... II.On been accomplished In fact, the importance of the work Congress and > the Legislatures man who has no family; only

and the Civic-- Organizations $4,500; favorable terms of pay- '
Was brought so strongly before the County Commission-.

r erg.. a few months ago, to cause that body to make an additional are passing resolutions Fine ment./ suburban homes. Ask for par. .-

r1BeR appropriation to: the salary of the agent in pledging support of the President \ f ticulars. t

charge of the work. As an economic factor in the build- I ; in the existing national Several cottages at bargain prices--" ,
crisis FOR EXCHANGE '
Ing of-A better community there is no ,movement greater front 'lot .
Individuals "Show TheirColors" 8-room house large east ,
'than thatof the canning club. They teach the girls the ?_d can nice fruits, close in, and SO acres of
out the
first of all the fundamental principles of gardening to by hanging land three-quarters mile from town

hovY conserve the products grown and also the products from American flag at their homes both -worth $4,000; to exchange for
dq 'and places of business and by Kansas property. .
the farm and which would otherwise
to waste
groves go ,. G well
Also 280 acres improved located
i: wearing the emblem. (
SrgT1YPREgS the work standing for all that the term "home 1 This is to vii, price $40 per acre; to exchange for
economics" embraces. This cannot '00 estimated, in dollars 111 an opportunity Ill Ohio property. '
ualize patriotic loyalty 1 1GKEAKHIGHWA Four cotta es clear In Mt. Vernon,. i
and cents. The girls are taught a new Industry: are II ;
111., worth $6,600, for Florida or\* ItI'It I
shown what the land is 'capable of producing lender wise j
$.hoer1.11o." "K.te.u _ _ _ _________ ,>
COPY. One Tear ____.________--..___--__.-___.___.|2.0C management; gives them appreciation at least of the ele .. u ango (frov.s Pa. for Florida ;
On. C'uPy.,8Is Month _____.____...__.____.._______ 1.00 Pittsburgh property ,
On. Copy Three Itonlha,.. -__---__-__--------- .78 mentary principles!, of plant growth and development; YMEE'TINGHAS land. ,
learns them in a measure the value of money the posslbilities Bring In your trading property. Fullparticulars .
All communications., except from our authorized correspondent " to interested
parties.
must bo nlwrncd by the wrller.1f . ; of earning it, and the 'power of' their latent energies '
Rejected matter will\ not be returned unl...c* called for BEEN SET FOR MAR. 22 Houses and (good lands for rent.
1f when capitated by education. Jt .is a great meansto NELSON REALTY COMPANY: ,

(Entered) In the Poitoffle at Kls.lmm Florida, ag stimulate them with a desire to'study the science of .. -
.cond.claes matter.) FOUND-One automobile self-starter
w > their
home-making and prepare themselves for life work;
'(Orlando Sentinel) tainment etc.: .W. ,,M. Glenn chairs silver-plated cylindrical crank cap
MARCH 16, 1917 .. "II' What promises to be the most successful I mart;'-Leon B. Fort G. R. Ramsey J. 6x1 V4 inches, on St. Cloud road Sun-
-f ----.--...- "SAUER RAUT' meeting in the history of the Fred Harris F. G. Rush Frank A. day. Owner can have same by call- -

Tomorrow ,,;::'U all.be "'A'wearln 0" the green LaFollette of Wisconsin. .. Central Florida Highway Associationwill Smith and R. L. Starbird.. Every citizen ing at this office and paying for this "7
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be held in Orlando Thursday, is expected to co-operate with advertisement.FOR
,
and wish the top o' the mornln.: ,of Minnesota. I
ye Clapp,
i ,. ' March 22. This will be the third this committee.The RENT T-
Cummins. of Iowa. . meeting held in Orlando since the or- following letter' has been received 6-room'cottage'> with bath, splendid
OUR NEXT CITY OFFICIALS Gronna of North Dakota. :' ganization of the association two by Fred' M. Allen secretary'ot front and side porch, beautiful yard"
'." Mr. T. Ed. Bryan of Tam the board of trade, written by L. P. "
Kenyon of Iowa! years ago. with nice fruit and shade, /good garage .
made little is and Mr. L. P. Dickie Dickie of Tampa secretary of the
: The primary held last Saturday very' Morris of Nebraska. s. pa president '. and harp; nice homey pla e.
change in the personnel of our city officials-Messrs. also of Tampa is secretary., The Highway Association! Owner 'going north' ,will rent cheap
; Works of California/' membership includes practically every "On the 12th'of this month t am '
+ i .Gilbert Roberson, Overstreet and Carson having been returned Kirby of Arkansas. |in FloridaL I the. Orlandogentlne C sendingejjta.jnotlce..toJlhamember8of to desirable REALTY'-COMPANY tenant. -
county says "
; -NELSON = : .- : .
.. .
fo'r. another.-term., : The only new faces. ,..that. :..;wHl ';>.,. '-. <*rvn:. '.,: --.uLanoe.: of Oregoh '" v... .."s. m.t .' --- !.""- -"' '' "* '-" this association for the"" meeting '

t 'Appear.are'tKose of Gounciiiriah-elect B. El Haley and F. O'Gorman of New York. The roads leading to Orlando are called' In your city for Thursday GENERAL FARMING profitable, :

II. Lawson while for mayor John S. Cadel was chosen. of Missouri. now in good condition and it is expected March 22, and for a meeting of the In Florida. To know Florida's possibilities -
Stone that of touring directors to be held on the evening of
'' a score or more
I Eugene' Bryan of the old board'was defeated for re Vardaman of Mississippi.! parties will be made up With Orlando the 21st. I sincerely trust that your for live stock and poultry

election'while' Mr.'Thompson's' aspirations' become ai the objective poijit. Letters will program is in its making and that we raising, dairying fruit and truckgroyringread I

'' mayor of Kissimmee undoubtedly put him back as a private be dispatched, from -Qrlando ..to the will have- good attendance'! and' interesting ,> the Florida Farmer

cititen he haying been president of the 'city council THat newspaper subscriptionli.are.almost'an' infallible state-press and an effort will be madeto meeting. ,, : and Homeseeker.Six; months' trial
g test of man's;; has been with this''meeting I,
I honesty discovered says an ex make the attendance a record "In connection subscription, .25 cents. Sample copy
the put year. change. If he is honest he will not cheat the 'printer. breaking 'one. The Orlando board of Tampa expects to see a fair-sized 1
Florida Farmer'and S SItomeseekerY.
Little I.i to be said-In regard to those. who have served trade the city officials, the recently delegation on a motorcade from this free. Address
If he is dishonest, he thinks it smart to get the
the city in the paat-thelr.records stand!, for themselves paper organized Orlando Motor Club and city to Miami?stopping over in Orlando Box 360, Jacksonville

t and each has reason to be proud of the confidence reposed without paying hence, there is no 'escape., ,The editor'ssubscription the Florida Automobile Association, for the 22nd. We will be gladto Fla. _62-tf
book will be produced judgment day and : which has its state office in Orlando have any of your citizens who 'are
,+ and the esteem in which each is held. The new council- a lot ot fellows will, pray for the mountains to fall on will do all in their power to furtherthe interested to make the trip with us to DWELLINGS for rent Apply to M. .
men-elect Messrs. Haley and Lawson, are two of the Tiller.
them-because they didn't play with the printer: success ofthe meeting. There Miami and I have written to Miami
's leading citizens of Kissimmee alive to the needs of the square will be music and a program also .refreshments suggesting that they send some cars FOR kENT6room'rJrn"b house-

L community are progressive in every sense of the word Gilbert D. Leach, the talented editor of the Leesburg Locally the and Board a ride. of Trade, has and from I that believe city if to this meet is followed us in Orlando up by close in, $4 per week. E. E. Wells
and their conduct 4n office/ will be watched with much in, Insurance and Real Estate, 104" e
the East
Orlando'that have
e Commercial is back the aften record as favoring we can
on job again spending sev (gone on every pos-
Posslel Phone 242. 7-tf
terest. The new board will be composed of Messrs. Thomas with for Ave.
eral'months in the nation's capital looking after the interests sible assistance as well as1 the city of Coast people co-operate us _
t Baas; Carson, Haley and Lawson and one which l means Orlando and the motor organizations.The the first time In our good roads work FOR '
of his. section. During his absence the 'Commerscial SALE-A five-room bungalow
thing for Kissimmee within the next. fiscal following board of trade committee as well as in the South .Florida Chamber -
greater on West Vine street deep well
was in charge of Goode M. Guerry one of he best will proceed with plans for enter of Commerce."
wlnrlml1l' and
tank. 3.000 gallons;
,ear. ..
newspapermen to be found anywhere whose brilliant - shrubbery;: and ornamental tree;

f STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION writings and witticisms on current topics served to keepup COMPANY B BOYS TO RETURN Work on Baptist Church buy from owner: save middle man's- "
commission. A. C. CHAPMAN. S-tf
the reputation of that excellent periodical.The .
r WITHIN NEXT FEW DAYS Ha Begun; Structure "
FOR SAI.E-Well established
sr mer-
? The action of the city council in authorising the construction great Florida Times-Union makes the following Continued from .Page 1) Will goat $15OOC cantile business. Other business requires
(
of a bridge and fill across the head of Lake To- owner's time. Box 310 Kis '
complimentary comment recent l issue of the Gazette .J.:
on a I .
fceftekallga, to shorten the road which leads Into this -section of tickets from W.:if. Harris H. C. Stan i Actual work :; the new Baptist I simmee._' _7tf
: "One the prettiest pictures the'Florida news. '
the
other member of 1
ford
or1 any church this week in
), fl'Oh'St. Clgud district, Is a step In the right dld papers..recently is the view of the home of J. J. Griffin:, board of trade entertainment. commit of J. c was: Emerson begun A Co., which charge built FOR SALE-White Leghorn settings \

d nation and one which will meet with the general approval printed in the Klssimmee Valley Gazette on Friday last tee. the Baptist church and other build. $1.00. SAM LUPFER. Phone 222. ,

K of practically all taxpayers. By this good work It is, no doubt as the Gazette says 'one of Kissimmee's Capt. Howard Katz will-not accompany Ings at Winter Haven. They have done 52-tf
established for themselves lastIng the company back' home. The considerable work the state and -f'
the. city fathers have a over '
beautiful homes and is attractive from point of
very
work of checking.up all government seemto finished workmen. TOMATO v.
monument record for. splendid public service-on ", be PLANTS-6.000.000'.lT ,rant
view property is quite a task, and company 'The structure ''will be .of brick, 'the ingston Globe now ready, $1.20 per re.
'i' the eve
a new administration. This great improvement has been tions will be required to remain at the Cravenette brick. The interior will best seed; guaranteed free from

j agitated for some time past and through the'efforts of Exchange suggests to, send the "Despicable Twelve"to state camp ground until this_work has be of cypress.. The pulpit will be builtin root knot or blight. J. R. Davis

County Tax Assessor W. I., Barber; Commissioner A. F. the Everglades with the Congressional committee to been completed. one corner and back of. this the Bartow Fla.
1. invstigate the Seminoles, and..lose (em. What's poor Ueut. Jarrell Here Looking For an, space for the choir. 'The structure
Bass and others, practically enough money has been subscribed FOR SALE-Fifteen in South-
Armory I acres
will include balcony
Lo done to deserve such punishment? 'Whatever else a twenty Sunday
to complete the work. Estimates presented put I Lieutenant Jarrell reached the city. schools rooms and a kitchen, to be usedin ;west Kissimmee. Either in a sin ' ;
may be said of the Indians,A it> must be acknowledgedthat gle in five-acre W. : '
tract lots. H.
tii. wit of the undertaking at $3,000. Of this amount this morning at 4 o'clock, his visit being entertainments. or \
they are real ""Americans-no"sauerkraut": ? in their for the purpose of securing an I 1 The building will be set back about FUNK, LeesburgFla.._8-8t '
.
has been secured until last Monday and the indications .
11,50O ,fm
f up ak '' :, .' ,, \!,, .. '!,.: ,,, '" ,\, armory for Company B. He returned I feet from' the I'I'il
8-Up.r; 'i ; \" ;m' ;, d""Bi ;tw" twenty street which FOR SALE-6' lots in cultivation, : -
were that the balance, would be, raised in, aahort $ 'f ...!I.,t : ,',:', '.'; \ ,r.o;{'" ',IN'W.:,'l'tJ1Y."".,\; f''yl( ", to Black Point later in the dIiY'I I will allow space for a /fine laynt as an il flowing well 6-room house No. 18

timer.not the city: signified! Its intention'of putting officer was a cordial greetings,,' .
y given approach.It .
Former Alden
U. S. Senator N. P.. Bryan whose term of of I street, corner Verona. See-
up the remaining $500, if necessary. The import and was glad to be back home once will be heated as well as lighted I Mr. Hoffman at house or write Ed J''
wage of this project cannot be realized. at this time and flee. expired with the adjournment of. the,, Sixty-fourtl more. He reports the- soldier boys as by electricity and electric fans will be LaLonde at Tremont Hotel, Tampa
one Congress, will resume the practice of law, with offices being in excellent health and spirits installed. Fla.. A bargain. 10-8t
Is without doubt that will much to' the future
mean anxious to back here. The command
at Jacksonville. For many years the Senator has been get The estimated cost of the building
v ", advancement of Kissimmee. recognized as one of the leading barrister. of the. state was mustered out of the Federal is jfbout $15,000, and with the furnishings FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Jersey
service a few days ago and accordingto will reach in the neighborhoodof bull 16 month old, a beauty for his
OUR GOOD ROADS PROBLEMThis being at this time president of the Florida State Bar: Lieutenant' Jarrell the men of Company 20000. The contract calls.for its age. Will sacrifice for $30. O.: P.

w Association. B will reach this city sometime completion in four months. McCabe, Kissimmee Park._lltf
t between Saturday night and Sunday The building committee is composed
county is facing a peculiar situation in the matter morning. While no definite announce- of the following: FOR SALE-Steam laundry fully
Beautifying the Dixie in this section
c. of good roads. It is a situation which demands immediate Highway by met was made as to the location of the O. B. Falls chairman Y ; C. A. Carson equip with all modern machine
M planting.ornamental trees along the route la a commendable to be used by the it ; good business. Owner's !
company G.
,' attention if Osceola expects to keep up with thprogress < armory W. Fox N. C.Bryan J. L.

work the Woman's Club of Kissimmee. have decided Is likely that same 'will be located at Lupfer J. K. Billiard J. C..Griffin C. personal attention is required with
of other counties In this laudable work. With
to, undertake and have petitioned the County Commis- the corner of Darlington avenue and J. Woodall J. D. Jeffords.' M. J, Hicks other interests. Write.or call and
the $260,000 bond issue for district No. 2 knocked out by sioners for financial assistance to out their plans. Broadway opposite the State Bank. J. W. Wilder; A. S.., Gilbert, J. W. see plant in operation. A. F, Kilts )
the and the'' absenoe of 'the necessary carry Kissimmee Fla. ntf
y supreme, court Thompson J. J. Farmer E. A. Milton, _

funds in district No. 1, there will be no progress along PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES J. C. Farmer F. C. Brtani W H. FOR SALE-Lot 6, block 10, In Done-
That the bulkhead is
to be built
a this line unless the taxpayers take the "bit 'in their seems a certaintyifIt The lecture at this church Monday Jones C. W, Dann.. J. Iso8. Jr., gans subdivision to N. Kissimmee.
can't be done one way there are other ways. to bring night by Mrs. Mabel Stevens was exceptionally J. A. Barclay, H..1. Breaker Dr. H.' Henry James Brock Sask. Canada.
teeth' a. it were and provide'ways and means to overcome ,
1 the situation. about this, great improvement of our lakefront The people fine and' was heard by a S. Geiger, J. M. Johnston H.,R. May. ... .. 9-t!

want it-and they're going to have I itt f good audience. '
At the last meeting of the County Commissioners a Rev. W. J. Darby D. D., of Evansville TELEPHONE COMPANY IMPROVING WANTED-Salesman and Collector !

3 ..representative of the Chamber of Commerce suggested I Indiana will fill the pulpit of LOCAL EXCHANGE SYSTEMIn for Kissimmee and Osceola' county.

the calling of a county-wide bonding election for gwl The people evidently were. pleased with the public : this church Sunday morning representing Apply to A. W. Carter Box 569,
+ services of Clerk keeping. with the progressive Orlando Fla.
City Gilbert Treasurer Roberson, Marshal the' relief and sustentation 12-3t
'r roads. There was no action taken however. The Board
spirit generally manifest,the Kissim
Overstreet and Councilman Carson department of the church. "
of Trade at its meeting last Friday, discussed the matter Dr. Darby has been an intimate associate mee Telephone Company are Installing OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-lOc'

and it was decided to appoint committee to Investigate of the pastor of the church fora a new switch board at the central a bundle. Good for wrapping purposes .'
Individual prosperity means community prosperity. office and the old wines witha etc. Apply at Valley' Ga-
replacing
; long time and is a able man.
the proposition, with the view of putting the matter very zette.
Community prosperity means individual prosperity. Then' The official board of the church at cable. This work will extend the ? _IQ-tf
"bUore th ,taxpayera at an early a date as possible. The length of the business section far '
,,; II ,why hesitate about trading at home! Its meeting Tuesday night arranged as WANT to make trade of some kind
suggestion made that state be north the W. B. Makinson
was a engineer engaged to for the annual every-member canvass as comer for an automobile. Address
Wm. K.
1 make estimates, present these to the'I taxpayers in order to be made Sunday afternoon and west as far as Beaumont avenue. Sargent West Patrick I
President Wilson called session street orgeneral
having extra of
This improvement will
cost the
'' that the latter be in a position to proceed intelligently March 25th. Persons not on the canvassing com delivery, city. 10-tf
Congress, there'll be only: a short vacation this year for committee will be requestedto pany somewhere in the neighborhoodof .
and in concert, regardless of other sections of the County the nation's lawmakers.* remain at home on the afternoon $5,000 and will give the city much I

where opposition to good roads movement had developed designated in order that the canvassers better service. The work ha.. been .000000000000000000000000.'

:{ 1 In the pasty The committee is composed of Messrs. RomaThomas may find them. without inconvenience. greatly retarded by the recent fire 0 .
A. 'E. Thomas, W. B. Harris J. L. Overstreet Judging from the returns of the city primary.Marshal which cut off a large portoin of North 4' CADEL 'ISSUES STATEMENT j
Overstreet certainly is there with the goods when it The quarterly convention of the Kissimmee service which has been 0 +'
+ -. and H..C. Stanford these to select a working committee comes to sprinting. Kissimmee Sunday School Associationwill replaced. To the Public: !9 9O

:' from among, the prominent taxpayers _of the county. It be held the coming Sunday. Words cannot express my appreciation '

Is hoped that these gentlemen 'will ,formulate some plan "v From TheN will be a session at the Methodist BIG JACKSONVILLE FERTILIZER O of the confidence reposed O. "
all indications. the wielder of the official 4 in
axe the
by Which Osceola county will keep pace with other sec- church beginning at 3-o'clock in CONCERN LOCATES IN THIS CITY O undersigned by the j
t Tallahassee is working overtime. nomination for *
of the
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mayor ; t
the afternoon and another session at
_ : 'Uons of the state in this most important matter. 00
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the Presbyterian church beginning at The Coe-Mortimer Fertilizer Company . city of Kissimmee at the recent I

The selection of city officials is let's 7S30.: Jacksonville one ,of the big. O White Man's Primary,'but I take ,,. '
over-now get
IMPORTANCE OF CANNING CLUBS down to business! Miss Mary F. Price of Louisville gent concerns of its Mind in the state, O this opportunity in extending: my !
I Ky., will be present and speak at both will locate'in Kissimmee opening a 00 heartfelt thanks to the public in *
these sessions. Miss 1'rioe is a young branch of their large establishment 00 general especially to the many* .
That the
importance' the club
caning movement ,If your candidate wasn't among the favored few- woman of marked ability and is doing within a very short time. The local 00 friends who offered their support \ I
S is underestimated by' a great many people-and invariably forget itlHelp I fine work and arousing much enthusiasm plant will be under the management O and worked In my behalf After O

p among the class that Is-calculated to derive the wherever she goes. of J. T. Burkhalter who has been the 4 assuming this most important j

4 most benefit--who either do not take the time to study The Sunday school people should representative of the company' in this' O post it will be my greatest endeavor 4 t ,
put this town on a solid foundation. Trade at avail themselves of the privilege of section for some time past. 0 to preside over the des: 4 I
the advantages of the work or for some reason Arrangements have been 'made O tiny of I
our thriving
homev' meeting .and ,, hearing thiszealous by city In a.o. i
don't care to do so, is a fact that cannot be successfully 11 leader. which the company has purchased the\ O most Impartial manner,' seeing O- 1 1

disputed. In a great many communities there are times Who's : old Ross Groves warehouse. This 00 that the laws and ordinances are O'' !,
to the
going be'pre.ldent of
I arguments are heard which do those in charge new. city council OVERSTREET- IS ,APPRECIATIVE building will be remodeled at a cost in 00 observed in every way pushing: O ..IT ;
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the neighborhood .of $$1,000 work'onwhich O such legislation as will be for the Of/1' .?
1 udable work 'iftj. stl! e, usultlng'otten in agitation City Marshal) and Tax Collector G. will begin in a few days O. betterment-of the municipality O'' t

It.whefi away with this class educational! work in connec Our new city officials are a credit to any:community.And W. Overstreet desire to thank the An immense. amount of the con- 0.. at all times. I sincerely ask all O %"1 ,
the 'public schools. This is indeed to be regret- public for the testimonial of esteem cern's products will be'carried, which 0 citizens to give the new adminis,:' O ',> I
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and confidence shown by the large will really make it a shipping point 4 tration their heartiest 4'
d right along this .line it might be well to state in the.meantime .dont forget the cattle tick! vote given him by the recent primary, for this section of the state. ._ 0. and co-operation .in order support that 4 't ,
has it that a movement is on footjn Osceola re-electing him to that position. This O'Kissimmee may retain, and '4. ,1//1;), i iO

eouny to' take a step backwards in this matter. There, are spuds and. rumors of spuds) .\ he will return by a close attention to 'Piles Cured In 6 to._14 DaysnoMy add to its reputation of progress''even'O L' ,

Whether there is any-truth"in 'the rumor or'not,. it I the duties of his office, carrying out Your OINTMItNT drrd.l I.U.wilt to cur refund..ye,... of If Itching-PAZO, 4 siveness second to none in' Flor- 0 r
of ,' the laws of the city and state without Bllod BIIII"........."'''111.PII..III 6to 14da,.. 4 fda 'J HN S. CADEL, O !
be-well for the Board Trade the Chamber of Com '
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will Now everybody" pull for good .roads! ,". fear or favor. :-f .M! rh.ant application- gives JM.aad .&e.1. SOe. 000000000000 OOOOO*.*.OO.O.Ill .
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I -/ INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS. 1 .** JAXON i'I"RIIIIIIIUlIU1IIIIIIIUlIUlllllUllllIiIu' l n--II"ll l l .

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.oooo oo.oooooooo.ooo.. .. Stamped goods to embroidery half
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I' i Weather Report I price, at Gift Shop. .0> 0o Fountain Pens Now For the ,
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C., '
E. Hilton left Friday on a busi-! 0>: '\\.i *,. ,
ness trip to Tamp., \ .;. ,.Y''
I.- > Use It New Season : .1'i
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Lace Bargains, 2 4c and up at Th
Following are daily tempera Quality Store, Inc. 0
tures and precipitation. as te.s 0> A
ported" by Government station Mayor II. R. May made a business *. DayWeek. ,Merchandise
at Kissimmee fo- the week end. ,' trip to Miami last week. >
ing Thursday, March 15;, a A
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la'st
Little Elsie
Welch spent Sat. .
Mac Min. Italn urday and Sunday. with friends in Or. .. _. The approach of Spring and Summer tag
Friday ._ .....76 68, lando. ==-:
Saturday -...1'76' 60 .A Month gests new outfit for the coming seasons.

.. Sunday. .. ....84 67 C. E. Car eaon was prominent Never hat this
Maat
Store
been In better
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among the St. Cloud visitors in KIsslmmee
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Monday __ ....83 62 Then Bring
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the
Wednesday.. position to cater their
to thousands of pa!. e
Tuesday ?. ...85 64 ity
I Wednesday .. ..84 55 Miss Irene Milliard, accompanied by It Back ==:1 front South'Florida. If unable to visit
Miss Mildred Lig-htsey, spent a few 9 'I
Thursday.. ..88 ,,56' hours in Orlando Wednesday.Jno. = Tampa, try our MAIL ORDER SERVICE '

c, 06000060.IO'OOO'O"O'OOO'o, M. Lee. went down to Tamna day andYour Get = Prompt and satisfactory.: A request'' for.
.. Monday to attend a meeting inije; : =
i samples or orders will receive careful
Fire Insurance., See A. E.,, Drought. board of trustees of Southern College Mrs. = .1.a I
i lid MoneyRefunded == attention.MAAS.
\4 Japanese goods selling at half H. N. Bratton, C. W. Griffin and T.i
price at Gift Shop. J. Woodall left Wednesday morning
for Lakeland to attend the K. of P. If
"E&W" Soft Collars,' "the latest,'' grand lodge as delegate trom"riend. ing I BROS.

at The Quality Store, Inc. ship, Lodge of this city. Ing You AreSatisfied

Mrs. W. M. Hut son of St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. F. P. May of Quincy R. N. 1
visited friends in Kissimmee last. Friday are guests of their son, M. S. May, of: I I Not TAMPA, FLORIDA
and Saturday. the Corner Drug &tore.Mr.. May, Sr., : I 1
la also a druggist, and has been in Y., "The Shopping Center o/ ou'hF..Iori'a"
Mr.and Mrs.R. DeWitt Brown mads business at Quincy for ter
over forty
''a business trip to Bnrtow this week, years. i for. $1.00 $1.50GUARANTEED
spending a ,couple of days. Mrs. j iJIIIIIIlllllIllhIIIllIllhIIIIllIlhtIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIII
S. McIIugh and wife, who have been : .
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wright, Mr. and at St. Cloud for several months returned > ) BY
Mrs. S. A. Rogue were a pleasant to their home in WisconsinMonday been
__.._ spending_Wednesday..in..J3t. : .
party .-after Store CORNER: '"
friends. a'yery-pl.aant-wint.eJo DRUGSTORE ,...... .,
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Cloud, visiting
Before leaving they spent a,short perIod and I ;
In Kissimmee.Mr. '' .
You selected a new mayor-now '
finish the job selecting A. A. Wits' and Mrs. C. W.; Griffin and \little I I ,
to do your shoe repairing, ; there's no I daughter, Carolyn, visited relatives in Dr. ';.CHECK ARTIST LEST YOU FORGET ,,
better combination. 16 Broadway.
Palm Beach last week and Incidentally Mas NOW IN
DURANCE VILE
,Miss Ethel Lee arrived" in Ktssim- _the festivities of the "Semtnole <
meo Friday to' spend the week-nd Sun Dance," Palm Beach's. annual this .- - '" We hare had'thirty years'' ezpenence
with'her parents.. She returned to carnival, which was being held. at that at G. 'S. :Willis, egad to have Issued "
'Arcadia Monday, where ahe is visitingher via ; l. checks}; was brought back ,Watch, Code and Jtwelrjr'repairing. -'

sister Mr. Z. Parker and attending time.Mr... Robbins, Mrs. Wil-! W. Brooksville Wednesday by one . ,- Let Ua Fix,; Your! '
school.. J.eonard the deputies of Sheriff
Ingrain's
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tams
and her
daughter, Miss Ina, and was lodged in the county '
A. S. Drawdy, accompanied by his her Mrs. J. A. Lee, Miss Lula Hilton and. It Is said that Willis represented Eye Refracting and \
son, Paul, Is spending several days in guest. Miss Agnes McGregor oi to'be connected with a nursery .
Lumber 'Clty, Ga.,? were a party of and his Fitting a Specialty \ /
the city. Mr. Drawdy was a former during operations, ,
citizen of Kissimmee, but' has movedto Loughman'villtor. in Kissimmee of alleged to have forged the name of

Tampa to be near his large cattle millinery Tu sday shopping'openings.\and. attending- Mr. B. ,McDow., of Winter Haven.- >. Dr: H. E... Cole, Optometrist, will b. at J LI*' .'
interests.
Mfch. \ anal place to tai establishment' Tics-
-Fern" Waists, "the newest things" To the relatives and friends of crery',
Miss \ F. Price, the well-known our
Mary 11.00, at The Store ting day, to meet hit friends aid patient
lecturer on Sunday school work will Quality Inc. boys, we would like to call .
give a lecture at the Methodist churchat Mis Lettle Lawler is Mrs. attention to a beautiful half-
to
expected
home .
8 p. m.; Sunday, March 18th, 1917, arrive this week from Tallahassee on reproduction B of aupanoramic view W.'E.SANDERSON & to.
and at the Presbyterian church at I Company Just being printed by
a visit to her sister Miss Lola Law ,
7:30 p. m. Don't.fail to bear her., ,ler, Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan and other pnen', Valley-plate Gatette.paper with This the is names on .the.of ,JEWELERS ;

G. D. Boon,,the well known cigar friends. Miss: Lawler was formerly his boya" beneath, and is a souvenir Successors to.
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manufacturer has returned from a teacher in the public schools of: this land. worth the twenty-five cents that . H. 0. BROWN &: CO.Anniversary .
city and has host of friends here who asked for it. \
Tampa where he went several days
will be to her
glad day
see again.
afro, accompanied by Mrs. Boon, call
ed by the death of a relative ,Mrs. Mr.. and Mm. Amos Payne, of come. G. t>. Garret made'a trip to Orlando I. IW
Boon will'remain in Tampa for a few Clarksburg W. V*.. lab of the on legal business. '

more days. noted Confederate genera Stonewall I J .
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I Won Mr., Harry and Mr, who. B. have R. Eastman been winter and Jackson ing for,a arrived,stay of last a few Monday days. morn They Maat lodge "- wM"4. V"'q 1I"'q' ,-110-- ... -V"" ... V.: .. -...-.- .... 11\1 "'- "'q V'" -." .... \ r
expressed themselves the
resident here for the past, 'threemonth a* being much ", S
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pleated with the hospitality of KisImmee
*, left Wednesday for their and the beauty of its I some '"
environ *
home in Benton Harbor Mich. They *. nual *
'were accompanied by Edwin Redline, next 1"L
t also of Benton Harbor. Mrs O.: C. Cumbus on Wednesday
last took the afternoon train for,her Specials
and W. H.
Alan J. MacDonough !
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home in Dublin, Ga. Mr. Cumbus ter,
Arnold, of the contracting firm of Arnold
MticDonough:. several telegraphed he would,, meet I hi*.wife. me : t' r
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at Macon, Ga. Mrs. Cumbus take visit
day last"'WWk in. Jacksonville on avery ,
with her the sympathy and love of all was
important business minion, returning
who knew her to her Georgia home.
to the city Saturday in time
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May her next visit an
be
to take. part in the municipal primary.I IH among ui '
,brlghetned by more sunshine and no. .. i Four .Days of ..Genuine .t.
.. M. Ifiufnon.. renreaentinir the Am.I mow er.
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erican Printer,:one of the big trade Work the city .
on new city jail is
progressing
publication of the country, spent a nicely. The structure is being 'II
few day In the city this week in theinterest built on Ruby avenue between the MONEY SAVING VALUESk
that His
of paper. headquarter
city water and electric: light plant, '
are in Tullahoma Tern.;, and he .
and the Kicslmmee Cold Storage Com.
making a tour of Florida. pany' factory. It will be a one-story mittee At Story's Next Door to Postoffice
structure built of brick dian ,
Mr. and Mr*. E. L. Lesley motoredto have six
Lake City Sunday to visit their. cells and other necessary "additions,
son, LeRoy who i is enrolled in Columbia which will make it an up-to-date .
College, and returned Tuesday. place to incarcerate those who are inclined sired '
LeRoy accompanied them home and to be unruly. he Saturday Monday 'Il
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he from
will remain until recovers a M.
G. Douglass and wife of Nor- merce
cold from which he 1 Is suf
severe' now walk, WI., who are spending the win. a
March
fering. ter in this section of the state, and 17th, March ,19th,
W. S. Potter, an attorney and who have been at St. Cloud for sometime
banker of Lafayette Ind., has purchased are now located in this city,' week We have 12 pairs of Ladies' From 9 to .10 A. M.
the Dr. W. W. Carson residence where they will remain some time be- Dr. H. 1
at the corner of Church and fore returning to their home in the and $3.00 value Patent Leather -

Sproule avenue.. It baa been repaintedand northwest. Mr. Douglass is very muchimpressed John[ Pumps that' we are going fo 24 pair Chi drens.ROa"P: -
the grounds have been beautified. with Florida, especially .
Mi1. Potter left for his home Wednesday Kissimmee, and is proving a good Sell for $2.29 the pair to aders, 25c value for: only 15c
bqt his family will remain for a booster for this community.Shoe night :'; '
few weeks longer. quire vertise our large shoe stock while they last. .
Laces, long and short, at The R'er, < s
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Baldwin left Quality Store Inc.: Edwin

I Thursday for Green Cove Springs for C. R Yowell, of public new :
superintendent '
a short stay before returning to their instruction, and W. L. Paulk assistant '
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will
be
home in LUchntld. IlL Mr. Baldwin postmaster, returned TuesdayMarch WednesdayMarch r
yesterday
I is a regular winter resident of the from a three days' trip through the era! r .,
the cot-
city and has purchased pretty
country, which they made auto,
take known a* the Stein place, and and per 20th 21st '
they report having had
a great _
expect to return next winter to occupy ,
time. They went from here to St.

ItCapt. Cloud, thence!. to Whittier, on to Kenansville culosis Four Dozen,Shirt Waists for Large size Sheets, 69c each/
Orlando Bassenger, Okeechobee. ;
:
S R. Hudson of ;
pioneer newspaper publisher of this Lakosee. Supt. Yowell's purpose of Ion 1 49c Each. One lot, of 50c and 75c Piptures. >.I ;

section of the country, but now,retired the outing was to visit the public over Two Dozen Colgate's Talcum for 25c. ,
school ofHhe point visited
spent Monday in Kissimmee greet. which h* 'ty.
ing his many. friends And admirers.He found in very good shape in every I Powder, lOc the can; 3 doz. 30 Picture Pramesfor.only ,
way. Mr. Paulk took advantage of "
has jtmt reached the 75th year of
his life, and was the recipient of many' the occasion to take a well-earned 'hang i Vases, 15c values, 5c each. 5c eCl h.,1, .: I'I'I
warm congratulations: and well wishes three days' vacation.B. uary 2 ,
for many,returns of the day. I "
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F. Greene ff
< Philadelphia, who
i', The meeting. called by P. G./ White has been spending the past three lIIi.e.. Remember, this is no sale. It simply Four Days of : :

., and held last Thursday, with a view of week in this city, the guest of J.MtPhatter. ell he I

'. getting Kissimmee together and vicinity the poultrymen for mutual of left yesterday morning Specials to advertise the fact that, we have been in . 1

benefit and protection, was well at- for St. Augustine, from which pointhe aunt 1 c.:

tended. Plan were suggested and will go Norfolk' Va., for a, brief business one 'lyear and we take this opportuity' of f
outlined for a permanent organiza stay before returning to his ''home. nurses

tion,'morning which will at 10 be o'clock perfected at the Monday rest Mr. Greene is some booster.for, Kis, so Ills God 1 thanking our friends and customers ,that ,have: assisted '<

room of the Chamber of Commerce. simmee.. He cane here suffering bad net .
ly with asthma, after visiting a greet he' to make of"' business.
,, Johnson, the handsome and many sections of the state for reliefof "When ; us ., a success. our ., '
genial young private secretary to the complaint, decided to try, this tram 1 ,
Congressman W. J. Sears, has ret m- section. He was so greatly benefited Six .'. "
'ea from Washington to spend a few in the three weeks' stay that he say bialy ,
", weeks with.relatives and friends. He he feels like a new' man,' and i la ready with' : ); PHONE '22
-"" is receiving quite a royal and enthusiastic to go back home and get to work was ('( I S"J'OR'SL..PHONE22NEXT
", ,welcome, and expressy himself again. Mr. Green think Kissimmee .
as being glad to be back home, if even lis one of the prettiest places in, the dead, .
brief Mr. Johnson visited country, the W4t
for a stay. people are among the -)
Black Point en route home,'and spent most hospitable he baa ever met and ory I Ito DOOR TO POST. OFFICE T*** -
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I accompanied' by Mr. Lane '''Paulk assistant prayer by Rev. Kenney. Song-Col- 'J
postmaster, at Klssimmee. lumbia the Gem of the Ocean.
St. Cloud Comrade Thos. .S.; Rider will leave Minutes of last meeting were read Shake Off That Grip'J
DepartmentNEWS Thursday for a visit to St. Peters and approved.It .
burg, Bradentown and Jockaomville, was decided to have a basket picnic
after spending two months In the on Tuesday, March 20th, across
Wonder City. Mr Rider will returnto the lake at Wildwood Grove. When Spring comes, with its changeable weather !
AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN
his, home in Jamacia, Long Island, Mrs Hoover read '-The Battle Flagof and it is best to clear away all the J
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT N. Y., in April, but says he expectsto Shenandoah." your exposure, .
return to St. Cloud next winter, as Mr. __ .spoke about Phila- symptoms left after an attack of grip. That evil "

'I he finds the climate here the most delphia, and'then recited a piece OH disease leaves you weakened, and; when Its victim >,

wild Game Dinner Veterans' Association ideal he has ever enjoyed. "Pennsylvania Dutch" attempts to "do l hia bit" he exposes himself to the risk of a :
Mr. C. D. Brenner, one of the promoters Mrs. Houston.read a comic piece on graved
Park Hall and hU mother entertain The' Veterans' Association met in: of the Central Florida Interur- "Quit Your Foolinr." attack, for which he is lees prepared and which may have ,

ed a few of their friends at their home G. A. R. Hall on Saturday, ,March 10, ban Railroad, returned to St. Cloud Reading by Rev. Jv.nney-The Cake consequences. ,"

on. Dakota avenue and Ninth street< at 2 p! m., with President 'Kenney in last Friday to look after the interests Walk. ". '
Saturday last serving a wild game the chair. The audience standing of the company in this section. Mr. Rev; Cook gave an interesting tal* There's' in Delay It!
dinner. The occasion was one that Brenner states that he has nothing to on the Battle of of Frederlcksburg. Danger
will long be remembered by those while singing "America. The divine give out, for publication but 'that Mr. McKay, reading: Justice. ,;
t present 'At 1 o'clock the company Hat blessing was invoked by Chaplain work progressing on tare plans for Adjourned to meet' first Thursday April and May are pneumonia months. In this time a weak- '

A'r, clown to a table that groaned under Westcott., the railroad.Justice in April. ened system Is a constant 'source' of danger, for the pneumonia "

the weight of good things. There was Song by the, choir-Flow' Gently -' -" and grip infections are in the air, and after a long winter the
wild turkey and other wild fowl and Sweet Afton.. of the Peace S. W, Porter Mrs. Gussie Morris and Miss Edna body i is so clogged with waste it cannot resist' them. Fortify "
deer'meat;, 'and such ,a lot of other Minutes of last, meeting were read performed the first marriage cere- I Morris of Russell Park, N. J., niecep the the catarrh and improve the digestion.PERUNA c(1,
health remove ,
good things that jro to fill "n tK i"l and mony since taking his office, when he I of Mrs. J. O. Vreeland of St. Cloud '
i r ner man. After each one had ate their Comrade approved.L. I. Bower spoke'of' needsof ,joined John J. Barber and Miss :' 'loined Mrs. J. Green and wife and For quick }
fill, ice cream and cake was nerved. funds for' soldier's monument ir Matchless Thomas of,St. Cloud in holy Mrs. Edmond, Mrs. Snodgrass'and :
Park nan '.all host !and his mother, Peace Cemetery, and requested that wedlock on March.let. Mr. Porter Mrs..Daly Saturday to take an aut Relief .
%Mrs. Booth, as hostess, certainly .tin- those who wished to contribute could handled the ceremony like a veteran, trip to the east coast from Kissim "HGREAT
I derstand how,to entertain. do so by handing to commander and, in fact, he handles his court matters mee. They will stop at all points of This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste
The following guests were nresent: Golf of G. A. money R. Post,, Remarks like an old-timer, thus proving interest. Mrs. Morris is delifhi from the body, counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay the ; "
Mr and Mrs.\ Lev! Shambon, Mrs. De were made by Comrades Kenney, him very able officer for the county with St. Cloud and expects to,returnin inflammation, that is catarrh restora the, regular appetite and ,
Gerald, Mr. and Mrs N. II, Washburn, Reauchamp and LVnch and collec Mrs.\ Susanna S. Price left Monday\ the future., t resist disease. A well man is safe. "
; a _' tone up the entire system
Mn and Mrs Moore, Mr,, and Mrs. for her .home in New York, but will ? \
tion taken amounting to $5.01 after .
Kelch, Mr. and Mr*. A, !M.: Doughty, singing "Marching Georgia, ", visit Boston and other. 'places before A palmetto tea and reception was As a tonic after grip It has won many commendAtion!, while iti effectIveness '''
Mrs. ) Through returning! to her residence. Mrs. in catarrhal conditions is unquestioned.' Take. no chances-Take );
Mr. Holmes, :Mrs Brumbaugh; ( I the meeting! was turned over to Comrades held'at, the residence of Mrs. Veederby
Price has 1
the Peruna.Peruin
entire winteIn
Lunburg and daughter Miss Jane. spene \
Stewart in of the Army.and
charge program of St. Cloud. Navy Auxiliary on
social hour. Tablet ar4 aluiayt ready to talit. You may carry a box "l
Comrade Benjamin L. Kfnsey died Music on banjo and violin by Com'- Mr., Tilton Wilson, who has been Friday afternoon March 9th: The day with yea and ward off cold. and cAitf. Th. liquid medicine in your \
spending the winter here, left Friday !being a beautiful one a large crowd '
Saturday evening;, March 10th. Fu* rades Worrell and Jones on horn if a great eafeguarJ. "Protect your family. ,
held at Duet last to visit various points of interest turned out, and enjoyed the splendid '
neral services were on Monday -Sleen Little Baby Mine -by :
in the state before returning to The Peru. Company, Columbus, Ohio
2 D. m. in the Christian Science little Missss E. Wheatlev and Francis his northern home. program and'delightful tea. t, ,I '1
church He leaves tri mourn his loss .Conn-each one with a doll. The-Elsie McElroy Auxiliary to the following program was in .. .. 1 tI
his wife, Mary L,. Kinsey, adopted Music on violin' and snore drum, accompanied the -
Army and Navy Union, held their charge of Mrs. DavieS and beautifully
daughter, Zetti. .O.. Kinsey; one brother on piano by Edith Harrod.
meeting Monday and rendered. ;
'' Samuel sifters H. Kinsey Mrs.' of Frank Rush PeabodVof ; N. Y., Song by'A. G. Durham. tered.in.! Mrs. Elmina afternoon.,.Westcott.' ..There mus Song-Red,, White' ,and Blue.. :-:by.. MOTHERS IN U. Y
and .two ,, SongbvC omrade'Bardef;/ :Mich7! was a good attendance. Auxiliary ) I DEATH RATE AMONG S..I j
II .
.Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs.. Mary Nicola Cav., entitled "My Canteen. Illustrated . The Loyal Girls Class will meet, on Mrs. Francher-RecltaUon"I, ; Sal- .l5JdS
of Vino Neb. hia ,
College with '
.war-time canteen. I
"
... Friday afternoon in the Christian ute You Old Glory.
f I Little Miss Vivian Wh.atlev. violin I ,church. A good attendance is desired. Recitation, Comic Jokes. Mrs. Ef- More women 15 to 45 years of Age ant of the number of lives of women ,\
The 'New EnglandSociety:: melt In I solo. She then gave "My Old Ken. The friends of Mr. L. F. Kibbie of fie Hill. die in the United States from conditions lost yearly from childbirth.. 'j

Masonic Hall on Tuesday at 2 p. m., tueky Home"Comrade St. Cloud, formerly .of Kissimmee, Mrs. Marskie-Recitation, "Blue Incident to maternity than from "Th4 second fundamental cause
with ,'President Wentworth in the Griffith Bolt, 19th Illinois, will be glad to hear that he is recovering Hen." the difficulty of ,obtaining adequate
' 'chair. The meeting 'was opened. ,- two splendid recitations. ; from his late illness. A party- !Music on mandolin and 'violin by any other _cause, except tuberculosis. care-ris seen to depend to a large extent' ..
I' singing "America" followed by Comrad"W-. H.- Howard, 30th o;' friends motored from Kissimmee Mr. Jones and Worrell. And since 1900,' while the death rates 'on the first.As 'women, their ",',
prayer by the chaplain Rev. Dunlap. Maine." recited, "Bill and Joe'a re- to call 'on him Sunday. He was de. Recitation;;' "Burial of' Moses," by from tuberculosis, typhoid; diphtheriaand husbands. physicians, and 'communi-- {f
Minutes of last meeting were read union. '\ lighted to see them. Mrs. Brown. ; and certain.other preventable ties realize the absolute need,of skill ".:
by the secretary, Mrs Mary Doughty, Mr. McKav gave the laughable Imitation )JWWood recited "The Sewlnoles'Reply croup ed care, methods for providing it will ,'JI;
and with one correction stool approved of "A Bachelor Sewing on a Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hopps a ." diseases have been greatly reduced be dtveloped."
gave
i as read. Parts Button. reception at their home on Jersey "The Man I Like and the Man I the available figures for the The city problem and the rural
The treasurer's' report was then Comrade Philips and t Mrs. Marston avenue on Monday evening March Don't Like" by Mrs. N. E. Stillwell. death-regletration area show no de' problem are both discussed.
4 riven, also reports of committees, on pave- a splendid) recitation on the 12th. 'Many friends from the west.arrived "Puttls Hymn of the Republic," by crease' in the proportion of mothers Even in a city well supplied with
Washington's; Birthday parade, and right arm of the G. A. R., the W. R. in St. Cloud to attend the fiftieth \uxiliary. who lives are sacrificed yearly to Ignorance clinics and hospitals the number of '"
I on the flag and banner. It was decided C., waving the stars and stripes: anniversary of their wedding. Recitation, Mrs. Vreeland, "Caes- and improper care of chil- women' served' by them is small in ., "
'to have a picnic at the Wentworth closed by singing "Star Spangled Many .beautiful1 presents were given 1r's'Dpath." dren. comparison with the number who bear-
cottage out at the canal on Wednesday 3armer." them and the evening was spent in Recitation. Nina Gary, "The Fire- These facts and their causes, with a their children without receiving ad- \ ;
E March 21st, the trip to be made music and a fine lunch was served man's Wedding." detailed study of maternal death quate care. Certain sections of the
by auto. A committee., of five ']ladies Mr. and Mrs. Theodor 'DcschneTn There were the children and friendsof Mrs. Houston. recited, "The Water. i a tea' in the United States and foreign population depend on ignorant mid- !
'and two gentlemen were appointed to .,rtained Miss Eda J.. Epple And Mr. and Mrs. Hoppe from Ohio '1\,?lnn Vine." '., countries, 'are set forth in a bulletinon wives. But the render is reminded,,
.. 'eee about the good( things to eat on father at dinner on Wednesday. and California, numbering about Mr. Wood "Our System of Public, mattrnal moratlity by Dr. Grace I.., that women of moderate means who -
, that day. >7 Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Nash who have twenty. Those present were Mr. and 'nstruction..should Inculcate a Love of Meigs, which has just been Issued'byI cannot pay large fees and- who will
Theveteran'. fife and drum corns of been coming to St Cloud every winter Mrs. A. D. Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. J. Counrty." I. the children's bureau of the United' not visit a clinic sometimes receive the-
'St. Cloud were made honorary members for many veers, are stoooini at the O. Vreeland, Mr. and !Mrs. C. P. 'Mrs. Marskie gave "Maud Muller States department of labor least benefit from improvements i in
of the society. home of Mrs. L. N, Goodrich on Penn-j f Drown, Mr and Mrs. A. P. Kiplinger, 'is a Chicken Raiser." Dr. Meigs emphasizes the inseparable standards of care.(
The meeting was then' turned over sylvania'avenue.. Mrs J. Harmon, Messrs.! Albert' Mathews Recitation, Mrs. Westeott, "Your connection between the 'ife and "In rural districts many women;
to Mr.. Goodwin"who had charge of Rev. 'Fath'r Fox of Orlando will ,I C. W. Bielwell, and A. W, Daugh. Flag and Mine." health of the mother and the life and bear their children with no attendant
the program for the social hour have mass in the Catholic church at erty, Mr and Mrs. E. Hoope, Missei\ Mrs. Veeder! made a very fine SemInole health of her baby, She points not other than the husband, a relative, or' ,
Music on the violin and mandolin.by 7J45: a. m., Sunday. March 18th. Louise and Anna Hoppe, M. Kinsman in her Indian palmetto costume, that the 15,000 maternal deaths which a neighbor. The nearest physician '
'' + Mr. Jones and Mt; Worrell. John B. Sanford of CatMtsburg, and B. Martin and Mrs. M. W. Weed- and entertained the ladies with songs occur annually, the United States may be miles away, the nearest hospital
Reading by Mr. Wentworth-On the Ky., arrived in St. Cloud nad is stop- er of St. Cloud, Mr. C. Breinvsyer, and dancing.Tea a-u largely preventable; that the.o much farther."
s ', death of Benedict Arnold. Ding at the home of his brother-in- Clara Breimeyer,. Mrs. Fred, Huningand was served by the, various 15.000 deaths are merely rough in- Dr. Meigs refers to the work for
Talk by Rev. Christman ort 'the ,law L. F. Kibbie. on Wisconsin ave- daughter, Hazel of,St. Louis Mrs.A. members, also other refreshments. dear of unmeasured )I.r../ rtnble Tllntse maternal and child welfare, which has .
New England states. .' nue.. Hoppe and Louella Hoppe of) Foster Mr. Jones with his violin and 'Mr. among mothers; and that the protection been developed in New Zealand and .., !:I
j Reading by Mr. Lalsher-Mr. Dun- J. N Albertson returned on Friday I Ohio; Mrs. F. SteinhoflT, Claranee Worrel, mandolin, helped to do their of mothers is essential to the savIng in Canada, and suggests a "unit plan" 'T 1
4 da Leering to Ride a Bicycle. last ,,liner a visit to his cousin Edwin Steinhoff, Mr. and Mrs. J. Klotz, Alma Dart by kseping uV* the spirits of the of babies'/! lives. for a rural county in this country to r -t
r., Reading by Mr Adams-"The Yan- Alb 1ce in California. county, Florida > Mr. Charles Hoppe from California. was taken in. be accomplished ? A rural nursing service, centering' '
'" Recitation .by Mr. Daugherty. Mr. and Mrs., Michael Dunn left There was an abundance of ice Lady Commander Marv N.. Hillmade Two underlying causes are assigned at the county seat, With, nurses especially -
Reading by C. E, S. Cooper-My Monday morning for their home'' in cream and home-made cake and grape a motion to give Mrs. Mary for the present conditions: trained to recognize dangerous -'
i Mother-in-Law. Dupree, S. D., after spending seven-' juice, which was 'well enjoyed. Veeder a rising ;vote of thanks for the First: The hazards have been either symptoms in prospective mothers. ,
As it was now setting late, it was I weeks in St. Cloud, guests at tlvs new use of her house! ; Ignored or accepted as unavoidable. An accessible county center to 's
decided to finish the irogrsmng: the St. Cloud Hotel. They will return to Myron F.;, Barber left Wednesday ., "Knowledge of the need for good care which mothers could come for information ;
picnic next Wednesday Mr. Adams the land of sunshine next winter. for a short stay in Lakeland, Fla. Mrs. Clara Neb slung of Crookston, at childbirth is essential; the lack of about personal. hygiene.
to have charge of the social hour County School '. such knowledge and of a demand for '
at Superintendent C. E. A "
I -:--- ., Minn., who has spent the last, few cottage hospital, or, beds in an
the next meeting. Yowell this care, has been, probably the chief hu
passed through St.Cloud :, The Pennsylvania Association J meton weeks here with her mother; Mrs. An- accessible genera'' hospital, especially
Closed with music by Mr. Jones and Monday: on his\way to visit Whittier, Thursday, March 8th, at 2 I p. m., : *>a Bircher,. left Wednesday morning. factor in producing the present indifference for the proper care, of abnormal .a
Mr. Worrell on the violin, and.t"j)mandolin. Passenger: and Okeechobee schools, to, In'the old G. A. R. Hall for Her northern 'home. to this phase of preventive cases. '
p1 '*1'1' gone: until .Wednes ay. lie was Opening song, America, followed by' medicine. Communities are still to a Skilledattendance obtainable
Mr. Bryon F Barber was t the guest great extent indifferent, .. .... ..._ __ by
to or Ignore _.AI'_) ..._tloA...... 1.., ., uL
L . tp Friday last of Mr, and Mrs.; French A' ,0 '.vu.yy' .
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-A S Mrs. Brown and daughter, Mrs. the directors at their, regulas monthly 9

Ha sen, spent Wednesday last in Kis- meeting Thursday.The A UNIQUE
RECORDVery
ii IJIPllfl W I eimmeg,
.1' new station is to be constructedupon -

: UNIQUE SEWING NEEDLE ROTARY the,; site of the present.depot. It Few Like It In Our Broad Republic R

Iit He' Smiles will probably be built of Indiana lime.
f JiHlUllffl liuiUThI1 MACHINE AT DOLLAR LIMIT stone and will be modeled iln part Home testimony for Doan's Kidney
after the
Pennsylvania station at
.
: Visitors to the Dollar Limit Store Washington; D. C., costing approxi- Pills, published in every locality, is "
I when: he sees a are commenting! upon a most unique mately 11,000,000."Contract of itself convincing evidence of merit. I

and"wonderful sewing' machine needle for filling in ground adjacent Confirmed testimony forms still
: and supply cabinet which, is attractIng to the station stronger '
of delicious ; present was awarded evidence. Years age; a citi- f
: cup a great deal of ,attention, being several weeks ago to another firm zen of Kissimmee gratefully ack-
one of the first of its! kind seen here. and this part of the buildnig is now nowledged the benefit derived from
I It is a "BoyeJ rotary case, which contains being completed." Doan's Kidney Pills. The atatement ,
; 'not only machine needles and is now confirmed-the proof more
: 1{ INSTANT POSTUM accessories for every machine that LEGISLATIVE NEWS convincing. Cases of this kind are ,
can: be found under the sun, but also plentiful in the work of Doan's Kid-
has an additional feature at in i The Tallahassee Daily Democrat ney Pills-the record is unique
furnishing parts of sewing machines will be sent to any address for the en- J. L. Beamah. Lake street. i iMrs.
1", which may be broken, it matters not tire session of the 1917 legislature for Kissimmee, says: "Kidney and Llad-
IV' > > Tei This wholesome food-drink what make desired. ] only One Dollar. It will be the most der annoyance gave me much trouble./ ', '
The cabinet is round in design, carrying Important session in years. Keep up I used Doan's Kidney Pills as directed
cheers without a disc on which are found the with its doings. Address and they brought relief." 'Statement
demandingthev makes of various machine needles and THE DAILY DEMOCRAT, given February,' 1911.)
of corresponding numbers. In the centerof TallahesseB, Fla. OVER THREE YEARS LATER '
after-price nervous reaction, the disc is indicator, and this is Mrs. Beaman !said: "I am glad to "r
pointed to the' number desired, and CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAY again recommend Doan's Kidney Pills
because it contains none of presto change, your'wishes are complied ASS'N MEETS AT ORLANDO because of the benefit they gave me." )
;- -' I with.. As to the other accessor- Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't elm-
the harmful elements of tea I sories, these are shown for inpection, MARCH, 22 AT COURTHOUSE, ply,ask for a kidney remedy get
and any part of a sewing machine can Doan's Kidney Pills-live same that
t., IiiA diML and coffee. be secured within a few days. The The Central Florida Highway Asso. Mrs. seaman has twice publicly ixsc I
needles contained in .this case-are absolutely coation will hold art important sessionat ommended. Foster-Milburn Co.. i
( ':" rust proof, and the whole Orlando Thursday, March 22, 9 a. Props. Buffalo, N. Y.
"There's R combination is one that is a welcome m., in the courthouse, which will be. M/YVVM/y'-. ... ..
a on"J addition by the many patrons of this largely attended from all sections of I
J well known establishment.By this end of the state Most important) no trouble have this production
f : securing this wonderful piece of subjects in the good roads develop- I staged here, and the public: certainly ., '

,.; Sold by'Grocers. mechanism, Mr. Persons has supplieda ment of the state are to be taken up, only appreciates the best his in efforts to give them
and legislative matters for traffic pictures.
long felt want to the ladies of KIssimmee -
who will welcome this accommodation regulation will be ,some of the interesting Nothing so. stupendous has ever ,
topics discussed. On the been created by the brain of man, than s
: .. which has been provided : same "
<' INSTANT POSTUY fir ,them. T date there will be a meeting: of the "Civilization, which is An argument
5 --- South Florida Chamber of Commerce, against giving one man power of '
.NM JACKSONVILLE; TO BUILD and topics of interest not only to life and death over men, women 'and
South Florida, but to the entire state children. It is the greatest battle
S I $1,000,000 RAILROAD DEPOT will be for discussion.The drama that ever was enacted before
I
: "=,, 1i .. s I I ,- people up of'Orlando are arranging the eyes of the observer. Tha picture j
g Contract was awarded a few days does not
i a good program for these meetings suggest! and' then again it
POSTUM ago for the erection of a $1,000,000 and have extended cordial invitations does.: It boldly end thrillingly sets .
O union passenger depot at Jacksonvilleto throughout Central Florida. andIt forth in actual pictures the processes
occupy the site of the present station of a wonderful dramatic
V fcEREALJ is ,expected that the attendance will Imagination.;
The following from a recent issue be. large.- The man, woman or child who unmov.,;,
ysa.ygn.Kscs! of the Times-Union will be inter- ed can sifthrough the great Ince
llllIlli ma '.
? |V urn C.n.1 CoVne3ra esting: "CIVILIZATION" AT CASINO terpieie needs a' sudden doctor JK; .:'
7 "The board of directors of the Jacksonville -. slow one win be too late. "Civiizir"v !

; 4 /f"T T rf J awarded contract Terminal for the Company construction have MATINEE'' AND-ALSO, TONIGHT It.orilno1'so stupendous huge, stunning.before II'

of the new passenger station here to One of the greatest "pictures ever created by the brain of ever : ,
j II1I1J It llIIlII ii U [thi -.-...-.. _iiii- I the firm of Irwin &, Leighton, of Philadelphia brought to,this city Is'the great,' stupendous 'Evening Journal., man.-N.. y, ;"
according""to announcement and wonderful "Civilizlltlon"j '" ll1111 and' wonderfut"N "'
made yesterday President J., B. which will be shown at Y. Tribune.
'f Munson: This firm was one of ten ;Theatre this afternoon matinee and I '-OuMoea the Birth of'a"Natlon"
QA .m bidders, whose offers:were opened,by tonight Manager Beall has spared, N.Y. Globe. ? .' -
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:,THE KISSDlMEE.:VALLEY'GAZETTE, FRIDAY,,M'\QCN UI? ._17 .,. r .



I 1 INTERESTING COMMNTS FROM :STATE PRESS I CATTLE, FED 'COTTON: SEED MEAL :


r Ti Utters t From Our 'Readers l-l.


Arcadia. Guess News lie: The Was Kissimmee Short!,, Valley Preparedn..s.Apalachicola Times: The Gazette ARE NOT IMMUNE TO CATTLE TICKS"

Gazette calls attention to the fact says Kissimmee farmers nave planted I

that a subscriber stopped ''his subscription 200) acres to potatoes That's what '
he
Your notification>to the public by cow pen' 'can secure anynumber of'theae
giving1 as his reason, "Too We call preparedness.A r' It feeding cotton seed meal to cattle. for a few week would completely. ,cattle that jie' desires, and for
that
much Kissimmee In your paper. The accepting my last article' my
Gazette says, "Can't please 'em all, it eradicate the cattle fever ticks, the United States Government, could well ability to come back was good encourages sweet potatoes or other Slops he an
How citizen of Klssim- Tough Proposition Rek to try again.. Madam Rumor have his land enriched to such an ex.
mee seems.could refuse any to support the Gazette :Bradford.( County Telegraph: Some afford to give away to cattle owners, sufficient meal for every animal and old probabiVities has been so busy tent' that his productions may be '

recognized'as'bne of the best Florida papers have for years in in the quarantined territory, and cutoff the present great expense for main of late predicting disaster and ruin yond the power: of ordinary,, calculation
every issue, poured their vials of and and this combined with the milk
''weeklies inthe state, we fail to that some one should come out
derstand. Maybe the fellow didn't un wrath over the "knockers." If this taming the tick fever quaran'un ; the great meat and milk loss resulting show that their past predictions have that he has for the use of his family

have any money, and rather than own procedure had been a cure, tha knockers from quantltlei, of animal blood consumed by the ticks; and the cost of been falsified by current events. The rives him advantages which few sections y?
he blamed the would-have got well from knocking February fneece was to have destroy of the country can produce.Very'many
up paper* long ago. But these men are fossils .eradicating the cattle ticks by mesas of dipping. ed out fruit trees; ruined our gardens V of our tourists are stilt with

A "Realization' who read nothing in the papers I cut off our supply of strawberries,devastated us, and have in many Instances''decided

Arcadia Enterprise; The people of but obituaries and notices of sheriff's Almost every. farmer and cattle owner has noticed' that when oxen or our cow pastures and num to purchase property and remain,
"
I
Fliorida are beginning to realize that sales,, other cattle are put up In the tall and given a. feed a day of cotton' Brous'other damaging effects were to enjoy the many pleasures they derive '
in placing Sidney J. Catta in the gov I ---:- ascribed to its influence, but how did from our climatic conditions. JIr.Crai.a .
ernor's chair they "builded wiser than Not Hohenzollerns seed meal or any other kind of ration, that the ticks on the animals nature answer these ill-omened pre. former resident of this county -
that now residing at Davenport was a
they knew \ Lakeland News Of course, there shed oft In a few, weeks. and'tbe stock, gets fat., diction the warm NunenID8n days in December declare and visitor during portion of) last week.
was no Florida senator in that
"dirty
Don't Happen Often dozen" A great many people hare given the cotton seed meal credit for .causingthe January had produced a rank'growth Il section. has charge and .. of a large well grove Inthat )
Ocala Banner;,, The Kissimmee that trees and plants could not have doing according to
Valley Gazette recently lost a sub ticks to slip off, through ignorance of the life cycle of the tick think. sustained and prospered., This freeze his report.We .,, .
Saved! cut off that growth earl)* In February have no right to find fault with,
scribed because it had too much
to lag that there Is some content of the meal which is converted Into blood
say about its home town. If that is Cocoa Star: Don't welch.. A New killed the insects whose growth had high prices and afterwe, heard him N

a tenable objection we wonder some. Orleans judge holds that baseball !is that repels the ticks on the cattle. likewise been promoted by the same tell about the conditions of things
times. that we have any subscribers "primarily a game of'science and cause and -old Mother Nature has there, we concluded: that 'our mar, s
left. tends to promote skill I inf the use of Keeping Ticks Away From Cattle o'clock, keeping them yoked until blotted out, all these pernicious allegations chants here were as reasonable as

arms, and .a bet thereon' if not excessive That Idea Is wrong. This Is what three in the afternoon. Then they are ,, by giving renewed vitality to elsewhere '
Doesn't Want Much\ is recoverable. actually happens.. The animal selected turned on the range for balance of plants, shrubs, flowers and trees, an/I Just as long as this war continuesand
afternoon and night The seed ticks giving us an assurance of future our country is called up to feed
Macclenny Sandard: Do we want a for- feeding la more or less Infested
"Back to the Farm!I" on the vegetation are more or less abundance. Besides all this ha4 Feb the combatants, just so long will Ire
million T Not a bit of It. We want
a with ticks at that time and prtb-
dormant during the cool weather and be compelled to high prices in this ,
spud. Lauderdale Sentinel; Live in the ruary been'a warm month and, our pay
country if you would save chiledren'1mm'the ably reduced In flesh as a constQuence *-. .as evening comes on inn'the fall and people entered March under the malarial country and our humble opinion 'is of
temptations/. /your which assail ,- Stock that Is being fed Is winter months they; do not show much conditions that would have existed that, if President Wilson would Issue,
of
"Worthy Any Citizen" usually penned, or If oxen are being activity to get on hosts, so the oxen an embargo against all vessels carry.iIng i
Arcadia News: The Gazette of Kis and ruin them in the city or town. : we would not have been so well
used they worked on the 'roads pick up few while browsing. '
are
very supplies abroad, articles of prod
The country home naturallybreeds prepared to meet its boisterous con
simmee in last week's edition
showed considerable of the time, reducing the When the days lengthen and get would '
uce be l lowered in price.
readers while all in all the effects
a cut ticksIn ia the
possibility of picking up new seed warmer spring the oxen are
A visit to Mr. R. B. Ward's
church of that It For) that reason we find that most of of that freeze has really* been beneficial nursery
city ia
a building large numbers as they might do If turned oat at the same Ume la the will satisfy that while the
worthy of-any city and people in the tin successful men are brought up in running on'the range. afternoon picking up quite a number rather than injurious anyone 1
growth of trees and plants have been
the country on the farm. Pass The result of the recent primary
atate.. your Consequently the ticks which are of seed Ucks after working hours. As :
retarded certain
to extent
. eye over the great names of the their extra election showed that our people,were a no per-
-- : L: men on. them when feeding.begins mature feed has been cut off at
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"**. M "Mfserable Sensation"Lakeland who have been the"'rutintf'factor ,in Ic.the; normal'tlriie 'ancT dr p" News: Every day this country, and you will find-that. they would do if the rinlmal! were sot coincidence that the seed ticks get those who opposed those at Savage a fine Job with tha'telephone
Mr. Catts lops off the head of more than 75 per cent have been raised receiving any special feed. The big active about the time they begin eet. present in power not displaying sufficient company, after the Kisslm-
some unlucky official. It must on the farm' -i\ female tick which does drop off in ting all of their sustenance on the strength in wangle instanceto mee fire he had to put in Sundayworking

be a miserable sensation this thing of the cow pen and escapes natural enemies range, which gives rise to the idea la remove those already in power' all day to repair danu\ge 7
Some Real minds that ted cattle when those who and those who done to post and wire. The body, of
being fired by Catts. Sorter like 'being Booster! requires about two weeks to many will not. govern
.. run over by .a Ford.""-' .. ." Apalachicola.Timesr(. : preacher complete-laying her eggs''and those have ticks. are governed, can agree, when the-acceptance raised workmentengaged in but this, business, ,,
says "hell is1 'full of low necked take from three weeks'to more than Rotation of Pasture on the part of said governedis no objection,' 'cheerfully
"0h. Fiddlesticks!1" towns'and silk stockings."' Geel! we twice that'length of 'time, depending rendered secretly, it certainly obeyed the mandates of necessity. The
Eradication of ticks can be wife and mother continue to aid thejr)
Palatka News: The Kissimmee had no idea it was so attractive down upon tbe climate, for hatching. accomplished makes a good showing) combined with
by pasture rotation which in her school
board of trade is looking into the there. It is safe to estimate In cool weather Is this we certainly have the finest corps daughter, Myrtlet' high '
really what accomplishes the studies is the mischievou
temporary came -
merits of a nronosition to establish a that a cow pen, which has not ..con of county officials that the state ,can
results when stock Is i
being fed little and beloved
Lookout! tamed cattle for'several mouths will Our'\sheriff Mr. ,isnot' petted son.
fiddle factory in that city. Now don't IL C. of L. for a few months. By using three or produce. Ingram REX. '
say "0 fiddlesticks! Only the fiddle Suwannee Democrat: :Marlanna In not show any seed ticks for at'least' four cultivated geNe for temporary only fearless in the discharge,of

proper will be manufactured\! there. Jackson county Ig threatening to reduce two months after cattle are putx In, pastures there should 'not be any his duty, exercising every power
The cat the high cost of that is if 'which will be the time required for granted him by the law in the dis- LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS
gut for the strings can be secured eggs, seed ticks on the vegetation to get .. '
from another Florida city the industrious hens kept up. The egg laying and hatching. onto the stock. The cattle may be charge of.such duty,' combined with a V -1 the listl of advertised
The following -
where cats are more common. supply of eggs, 1,700 doyen of eggs That/ Is one reason why cattle get kept In the first field for about one discretionary power which preventsthe the Klsilm-
fat when being fed cotton seed meal, letter remaining !in
sold in that ,from becoming involved as
wer last county
city Saturday, month, by which time .all the, ticks
while arid has misled so many people to believing been the rash mee poitofflce for the two/ weeks. end
the other counties have
-And "Despicable 12" aggregate for the week was on them will have dropped off, but by ,
Nassau County Leader: Why not ,4l>90 dozen or 55,080 eggs.. i which that the fatten feed the contains animals properties and new seed ticks will not.have been acts of) those clothed with the'power Ing March 26 binder 1917; Robert.
Miss Rosa Bryant;
leave the batched. which the law grants him.
The cattle
Everglades swamps to the are moved to another
Indians, alligators, snakes etc. Hew. About "P ca nlham1" ticks cannot live because on fat the' cattle.ticks ha.ebeen The cultivated field and kept for a Our circuit clerk,J. L. Overstreet, :Mrs. Francis" Brinson, Mr*. 'Cassie .
stock gets fat Miss Matie Coars Miss Alma
Apalachicola Times: It is thought few weeks and then moved to another has been so long known and recognis Clemons,
Some Hog, Sure! that Georgia corn liquor will. now be eradicated temporarily j cultivated field an i pastured until the ed as one of the most perfect gentlemen Cooper, Duncan Dean, Mrs.. Geo
Arcadia Enterprise: Commissionerof in demand. Turpentine Operator's ExperienceAn original pasture, has been unoccupied that Florida hal produced that Frantz, Mrs. Crete Kallock ((4)), Miss ;

Agriculture McRae has discovereda old time turpentine operator stated by cattle horses or mules for at least he requires no recommendation from Willie Meaner Viola, Smith, Will

hog in Calhoun county that weigh Quenching Enthusiasm recently that his oxen get fat when six: months, during which time the seed Rex. Smith. '
ed,1,326 pounds, and produced (144 Estero Eagle: The recruiting station being fed during tbe,winter and do ticks on that pasture will have per.. Our tax assessor (Barber) has B. B. SIMPSON.
worth of lard. ,,lie claims this is the of the war department at .Jacksonville -, not show any ticks, but after he quits' ished for. lack of) a- host, and the never received proper recognition. lie Postmaster,
will be tick tree.The
biggest hog on record. Don't know wants every patriotic'citizento feeding the stock in the spring they also pasture will be tick free If no opportunity stock is A perfect encyclopedia in' connection -
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about that 'We have one in DeSoto turn recruiting sergeant to help pick up ticks and get, thin although has been afforded for reinfesting with th.'affain of Mi office, and Whenever Vas Need a O'.lnd.-n.I

county who took this paper two years fill up the gam in the regular army. he cannot understand why that should, them and the trouble will be over. his questions and the way of asking: Take Or'ovo'sThe

without'p ylng for it, and when we Well, we should like jo see those ranks occur. ,V .' Cotton seed meal. fine feed for them are as searching as the utmest' Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
sent him a bill for his subscription he filled up to their proper quota and ,He gives one feed a, day, early In any cow, but>it has, no tick eradication needs of the office demand and if the chill Tonic Is equally valuable as a
::or.marked the "refused" and poked I trust they will be,but unfortunatelythe the morning and begins work at, seven' properties.A property of the county is not assessedat General Tonic because; it contains the
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Caper .. ------------------- well known tonic propertleiof QUININBand
it back the postoffice. Can severe punishment of John Biggarfor -. '. its full value, no blame can be at-
r anybody beat that for a hog criticising his'auperior officer is I Ananias Ain't In Jtt! NIGHT OF- EXCITEMENT tached to Mm or jf any taxpayer pays out IRON Malaria.It Enriches actsoa the the I4"Blood. Drives and ,

likely to prove a wet blanket upon any Ft. Pierce News Some of the more than he should do, no blame can
patent .- Builds up the W.jole e,.....: 90 cents.
Good Old Florida enthusiasm in that effort in this re- be attached to him. hL
J gion. That sentence Is hereas medicine testimonials have gotten It was calm, cool and tranquil, i ... .
Leesburg Commercial: Seems regarded Ananias pushed clear off the boards. Our tax collector, C, L. Bandy, l.>a
mighty good to be back in Florida. an,, example,, of military snobbery, Over at Tampa man is credited with Through the early hours of the night thoroughly qualified man in his-posi '
a
For a solid week immediately preced- and any one attempting to encourage havnig sawed thirty-four cords"of And the clouds which had gathered, tion as any in the stateand; Judge 1
'ing inauguration we did not see the enlistment would have that thrown in wood in'one day after taken Obscured the moon's yellow light Murphy, u.lnghis discretionary powerof
sun' in Washington. Congressman his teeth His pardon by the war de' two bottles of Lantac. having Wonder how As she descended from her zenith, 8 justice and mercy is one' before i
Dent of Alabama would have been worth And sank far to the west,
aptly remarked that partment a much this fellow got for tell. whom none but the rogues need trem.
i", Washington doesn't have any climate, I regiment of men from thU state we tog such money a whopping big. bald-faced' As a child would. ink to slumber blur. Combining this with postofflce
\'"!- just samples of weather. i believe.. lie? Against his mother's breast department, where each official from

the highest to the lowest, are those In r k 1
The myriad stars twinkled dimly, whom w. can place th most implicit
Through the mist dense and cold, confidence.: we/must needs feel that ENGINES BOILERS, SAW MILLS
As the calm dark hours passed slowly, ... WOOD WORKI1VO MACHIMSBBT
our city,and county are on\ a substantial
And steadily the night grew old; foundation, and.if we feel like A complete. line of Mill Supplies and
Not a sound to awaken the stillness Heavy Machinery carried In'stock
fault finding, let us carefully enquireinto
From out the night's deep gloom for Immediate shipment. Get our
the circumstances and see wheth.
Great Subscription Club Bargain The town was a veritable dreamland, er the fault is not in the finder. President price before placing your orders-

Beneath the, cloud shadowed moon. Wilson has been criticized for MALSBY MACHINERY CO..

I taking the stand he has done on the _Ie m. ttm? .... ".......9111.. Via.OtO .
Suddenly through the death stillness foreign question. Many argue that

Pealed forth piercing sound, for the bonor and dignity of a great'
.
The successive report of a revolver
country like ours he should call Germany -
To alarm the slumbering town; to' a strict account for nonobservance '
f Then as a wildcat enraged with mad. a
of international law. The 4
THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ness, shipper is interested in this matter for
In accents to1' do 'great harm' speculative purposes, but when we re.
The fire whistle shrieked fircely! member that these'speculations are >.
Your Wide-Awake County 'Paper, which carries To send forth the dread alarm.A conducted along lines that produce Increased I I CO f2

the Complete Local and Home New, Personal glance ,to the center of the city, consume prices, and furthermore for that which that the in poor case ,

Mention Editorials and Years Subscription Indeed sufficient to assure, of war the men who are suffering I IV
to That the hour now at hand, from the effect of these speculations BONES
Was not :the time for caricature would be compelled to sacrifice .their I
I RUBBER ,'COPPER
THE SOUT HERNRURALIST I' For the large three-story structure, lines, to support those who( speculate,
Which had stood for many a day it would seem that our noble presidentIs TIRES BRASS

Was a mass of raging flames, doing more good than evil. The TUBES LEAD

The South' Greatest Agriculturial Magazine, together with'a splendid And was being taken away. tendency among our farmers this
t this spring is to plant an increasedcorn ROPE SCRAP IRON

THREE, SHEET GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART 28x36 INCHES The lofty flames grew furious, and potato crop, and thus procurea
As they steadily gained their way, home that which In the. past has. SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PIOnmY '

I at a price that will appeal to you. Read the offer below: Lighting the night for miles around, been ftsnt to them from abroad. Write For Pflcdist ,
As the light of waking day;
Our farmers have the'land in abundances
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, The boys worked with all their might'To and of almost every variety- \\PMNSULMM5TALCa ,

1 Year SPECIAL quench the spreading flames muck, clay and that of other description ' V
w Weekly, $2.0O V I And after-baying strived all night. ; about 70,000) head of cattle are CS7 COAT jAcxsoMvtucnA.;

Their purpose they had gained. on the range. If a farmer desires to
SOUTHERN RURALIST, ( t A
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\ V Semi-Moathly, 3 Years, $t050 UOwOinailOn I I Price The excitement had been general I
And with some was great peril

,', GEORtiAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA W >TC5' Who at that time perhaps thought, THE: SOUTHLAND ?
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& That this is a naughty world; ,
WALL. CHART, '. .' $1.50 $2 <* The :featuring spectacle of the scene, '

Is the ladies that wee there I ALL-STEEL.ELECTRIC-LIGHTED; : TRAIN
Total, $5.00V: Not speaking of their costumes, '
.. But their beautiful streaming hair. Chicago Indianapolis Cleveland, Grand-

l. V V' GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART- t J.. E. Hartley, Kissimmee. I Rapids Cincinnati and LouisvilleLv I


1.: tt a work which consuls of three large doable sheets, 28x36 inches in size, bound together at the V KISSIMMEE WOMAN'HAS QUITE Jacksonville .ACL t.20 PM Pullman Sleeping Cars and Com'."'' J

top by an enamel strip with metal loops for hanging. The sheet ha ' AN, EXPERIENCE: : IN TEXAS Lv Waycross. A C L 10.Jp PM partment Observation Car"-Ja kKonviUa
.fronl, a splendid of the .
map Lv Tift.......... GS&V 12.40AM to Chicago; Jacksonville to'
t, world'beautifully colored and varnished, shows steamer routes with distances between port On re Mrs. Mary Hancock, daughter of Ly M.cDn..,?..... C,of;fGM AM Indianapolis (via Lourevi0e) (for OCC\J4' ;

yene' side illustrations of the Panama Canal with complete statistics, data, eta On the nest sheet Clark Howell who i has been visiting Lv Atlanta---do N 7.11 AM pancy: \nt.il7.30 am.)JacksOnville. to'Ly ,
f large of state showing each colored Knoxvlll... L &N 12.29 PM Cleveland (via Cincinnati) dail,, aDd
b map your county separately, railroads and distance; congressional relatives for several months, and who Ar CerbinL &: N 3.29 PM Jacksonville to Grand Rapids (vlAArLouleville.

r and senatorial diat rieta. Around the margin are portrait of all governor of the state left for her home In Tampico sometime .... L&N ,$.00 PM Cincinnati)scmi-weeklrj.1 leaving Jack-'

and when each one served. On reverse aide is a Ga a err of the state with last census;' The third ago, bal riot reached her distin-: Ar Indlanapslls. Pcnn 2.00 AM eon villa Mondays and Thursdays.Ttorou4hfare r

sheet contain a 'good colored map of the U. S., also. standard parcel pdst map of the U. S., with ation owing to' the work of Mexican' Ar Cincinnati.. L&K 9.00 PM Coaches, Jackson
Lv Cincinnati.. Oll&I U.59 PM
,,1 full parcel port information, laws, regulations) etc. also population of all the principal cities of the bandits, who are operating in that Ar Grand Rapids: GHAI: 2.00PM. villa to Chicago;baggage and seat oar
and
U. S.' nit is something needed in home office and. school. section of the country. .Her husband Lv Cincinnati 11.59PMArChteafO Jacksonville to Cincinnati;large
every and ,cannot be gotten anywhereat ..., Penn high-backed_ts;eleoVio lighted.Dining' .
t met her at Laredo, and came to that easy
retail for lew than $1.50. __... Penn 7.45 AM.
; lV place In a boxcar, the passenger trainon Lv Cincinnati.. Penn 1X30 PM Cars serving all meals,.set. *

.1 which he intended to arrive, being ArCtowtond. .. Penn ,7.45 AM rice a!la carte.
J' held up and destroyed by the Mexi : .

E Only aUmited.NumbeT"eoMDd' your order'at once to the, cans. Instead of'going to their home C.. rawIL.a, spear I.N..s11.N..L.5M.e i we set .....E... "...,.". or seseasawlese. .
at Tampico, Mr and Mrs Hancock

KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE; {KISSIMMEE.,. FLORIDA. decided to take up their residence' -in ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD .

V Ban" Antonio temporarily; "TMCSTANDANDNAILNOAD OF TC SOUTH"., .r,,
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t o _* +* 00490404446.ooooO'OO'OOOt.o. SILHOUETTES' WILL BE C'ALOMElIS'MERCURY, IT SICKENS !! .

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ii, FAVORITE( FERTILIZERS, FASHIONABLE THIS SPRING ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE

There will' be two fashionable silhouettes Oriental colorings which are distinctlyin
ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS I this spring: The slim silhouette vogue this season ...
with Its straight, clinging There !Ie a decided predominance of
1 SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR lines will continue to be first in favoras silks for spring. Among the silks for "D dSOl" User Ton" Starts Your Lhir Here's my,,guarantee-Go to any drugstore
it has been all through' the winte suits, poplin, rajah and tussur are and get a SO mat bottle of..Dod- !
CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS,. PEAS, but the new barrel skirt will give strongly in evidence, and many novel Bitter Thai Calomel and DoesilSilivatt son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight ..
and if it doesn't straighten
women a chance to indulge in the ideas are noticed in the developmentsof 1011right
i' CORN TOMATOESWrite bouffant effect, which will, doubtless, these materials. On a suit of gold- or Mali Yoi Sick. up and make you feel fine to and v
I want
be welcomed by those who have com- colored silk jersey, black velvet was rigorous by morning you go
for our new price lilt t on all brand Agricultural Chemical, plained ,of being; tired of the eternal used for the collar and for a band at I/Utrn to mel' .Take no more tickonintr Dod back son's to the LlVer store Tone and is get destroying your money.the<< ?
Insecticides Material, Eta straight line. the lower edge of the coat. Some auitr salivating calomel when bilioulorcon"tiJlIL..IL sale of ealomel ''because it Is real, liver
True to its name the new silhouttte of rajah silk are trimmed' with sten
Don't lose a day's work I medicine entirely vegetable, therefore it
: t BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES is in the outline of a barrel, bulging at citing in attractive color combinationsThe Olomel Is I mercury) or Quicksilver can not salivate or make you tick.
) and the bet the hips and drawn in at the waist and stenciling is done of the fronts of which. rafimts!" necrosis of the boner, I guarantee that one spoonful at Dad-
arriving daily-get our price get I
are ankles. There are many way of accomplishing' the coats or only on the belts, just Calomtl' < ; when it comes Into contact Don's Liver Tone will put your sluggish
We ell the HAINES FERTIUZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing this; pufflness over the enough to furnish tome contrasts. with sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver;' to work and clean your bowels of
,;in rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all ,,Fertilizer, Lime, Ashes hips. One is by the clever draping of ,. This is one of the very newest ideas It up. This) is when you fool that awful that sour bile and constipated waste .. ,'
and oft Phsophate. the material at the waistline somewhat In spite of the great vogue far rot l natiwanml crnmplnff. If yon are shiRrUlt ,which is clogging your system and mak
I after the fashion of the ".pegI manner of combinations, a great'dea and, nll knnckrd ontif your ing you feel miserable. I guarantee thata
USE SCHNARR'S,, INSECTICIDEon top" skirts that :were used some years ors in all the brightest hues and in all liver Is torpid and bowels constipated bottle, of Dodfton's Liver Tone will J !
your citrus tree)I for sure result, Manufactured. by J. 'Schnarrfit I ago. This type of the barrel skirt is of black'handle it a is used. When or you bare. lii'a-!.clio, dlzrlnoss, coatedtonirtio. keep your! entire family fueling fine for ,',1
Co. Orlando, tubsidiary. I shown in the sketch, which illustrates cleverly this (combination If lireatti, Is bad or stomach Hour months. Give it to your Children. It is
our always attractive' !, and it is'airain very' Just tnkit a spoonful of harmless Dod- harmless I" doesn't gripe and they like its )'(:lipleaaant .i
fashionable In Paris and New York, aou's Liver Tone on my guarantee. taste.PROMINENT. ''
iI i- THE INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY Solid black and white checked materials .. ... " _..._- ._.. _------ -
with rather large checks are con .
VISITOR
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAColdStoragefor : sidereJ smart for coats both for the a PLEASED
long separate coats and for shorter DID : WITH KISSIMMEE AND VICINITY ""f'F '
... WHAT CONGRESS
Oo .o'oo oo, .
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..o.. o oooo co ts tv be worn with white sei'ira ,
4 R. R. Smith, of Lamed, Kansas, isspending
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\ skirts.The Extended civil government to.4 some time in this section _jr
Importance of Ribbons) -
.. .....0QO.. o..oooo..o.0..0.oo.o.. 000..oo.ooo 0 Porto Rico and American'' citizenship <}. being on a trip over the south, visiting ',
Ribbons are coming in for '
a great
0 all the various of interest. He-
rr 1 points
to its inhabitants 4
deal of proiumeneoe this season. Theyare was pleasant caller at the office of .
Fresh Mcais : not; only used, for small accessories Passed immigration bill with 4, thq Gazette, and expressed himself as .
t l such'a.* l'iN'and' collars, but have literacy test over veto of the 4 being agreeably surprised at the beauty ,
: become much ft\Ore' important andhave' President. 4, of enterprising community, ;I'
beeen.mployed for parasols and
that he considered Kissimmee
i Storage Ratet Beginning December l.t: o hat*. Very wide striped ribbons ]4- Provided for the payment of 4one, of the prettiest towns he hasfound .
f. combiningthree or more'harmonizing $25,000,000 for the Danish. West 4 in Florida. lie took'a number "
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I' Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Days. colors have' been used'very effectively)* Indies. 4,, of views, one of them being a birdseye j t
,00Pro.ided $150,000,000 bond issue 4 panoramic scene taken from the top ;
for 1 l-2c. pound '
Pork' ready' smoking .
Curing per .
to speed up warship construction. 4 of the courthouse. Mr. Smith has 'I,
'Twenty Days. I o .' 4, traveled practically; all over'the worlds ',;}
Ai 'I "Curing an Smoking ,.2 c per pound.Bring ,, 00Provided for regular army in. 4 and is a very entertaining Interesting -
k 4 creases and reorganization under 0 conversationalist. From here

'. .... _. .. .. . ,. .. ___.... ... O }, ., .. . the.nationaKdefense act.. 4 he will go to Tampa and other pointa
1'0 ; 0 ''''- "t't: . ...... ... .I.. '
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", hogs the day they are killed. 'We'will o" ,., ..... . ..-:- .'.."u....'.,...". ;. :... . -Pasned ship-purchase bill with 4 in that section of, the state, after -
I us'your t \ ,1* $OOOO.OOO-appropriation.. -.',-which'he will go back to his home in ,

the rest.' .: e" j : : railroad 00Pa..ed law.Adamson eight-hour., Kansas for the summer, .

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: .1 '. ., \.... Pasee&Jone-dryamepdmenttot.. ..'':'SOUR1, ACID STOMACHS, .
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,GASES OR. INDIGESTION ;
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KISSIMMEE( ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.: '." c .. Pasted child-labor bill. -
I, ,: ,, p Moe 00Created twelve land banks. 4"'''Each "Pape'. Diapepsin" digest
4Passed District 'of Columbia'

1 ..... .... .......... ... ............ . f// 4 prohibition> bill._ 4 4 i.," 3,000 stomach grains misery food, ,ending in five all
0' minutes. .
'J ... . 00What It Failed to Do ,4, Time itl!' In five minutes ..11 stomach -
00Did not enact armed neutrality 4' ( distress will No
I Dress of the New go. indigestion:
Pongee. Showing 4> bill. 4 heartburn, sourness or belching '
: Silhouette 00Failed to pass legislation sup- 4, ,gas acid, or irritation of undigestedfood
plementary to the Adamson 'Iul0 no dizziness, bloating foul
i ,; M. G. KIBBE & CO. ,: a dress of figured pongee, with sleeves 00-road bill. 4, ,.breath or headache.
i i" .. ( and belt of plain pongee' iA natural 00Vid not give the President 4i i! Pane's Diapeosin is, noted for its
SOUTHWe color. The skirt narrows:: to two yardsat 4> power to commandeer ships. 4. speed) in regulating upset stomachs.
AND Li.
t. FARM LANDS NORTH the hem; for the narrow skirt especially 00Failed to pass any cons rva- 4 I lit is the surest quickest stomach '
in this form, is I to come in 00- tion legislation. 4. remedy in the whole world and bedsides .oJ
t. } have a bargain in a. Five ,Acre Farm, close in, with 'the spring, fashion authoritiessay. 0> Stopped passage of appropri- 4 it is harr.uess.: Put an end to- c
: Six: Room well finished Home, Barn, Etc. Other good This silhouette has also been 4> ation bills aggregating $511,000-> stomach trouble forever bv' getting! a
-1 'oj named the "bowling-pin;" an '1 ones. af the whole silhouette from shoulderto 00- civil, general deficiency, rivers 41 j sin from any drag store. You real
ankles, and not merely' from the 4- and harbors and military acad-- ize in five minutes how needless it Is
1 We want Improved Farms, Homes,Rentals.. waist; downward, the name is indeed 00- emy bills. 41 to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia
most appropriate. 4J YoC.u, 4-I or any Stomach disorder. It is the .....
PHONE 286 "
j A good many spring oats have 4..t 000'OOO'OOO'OOOO"OOO quickest, surest and most harmless!
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA taken on the lines of the new silhouette stomach doctor in the world.! '
DAKIN AVE.
showing that, this effect" is not r ,
.... ....o..oo... ..ooo.o.o..ooo. ... .... .ooooooooo restricted to dresses only A very A Smart Spring Coat in Barrel Effectto
_ smart model is fashioned with a deep Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. ". Bryan Vice Pres. P. K. Weaver,Sec'r.freas.
--- ---- ---- - - -- band at the lower part, tht fullness make parasols and to cover the en
I of the upper part gradually losing Itself tire crown and top of the brim of f
when it reaches the band. Machine light-weight straw hats for sports
I stitching furnishes the finish of ,wear. Matching parasols, hate and
R. s. FLOYD this coat, which is shown in the second handbags made of ribbons or the pretty -
z I > sketch. The material is sofe, figured silks, are seen 'over and -
spring.weight'velours, one of the favored over,again. .
Dealer In spring fabrics., Narrow grosgrain ribbon is em-
I Satins and a Variety of "Silks for ployed in rows, one overlapping; the y Bi an I RealtvEuompany' i ]
Spring other to cover the crowns and brimsof [ ,
Groceries, ,+ Hs .y,. Grain, and Feed I Perhaps the most generally favoredof some hats. Sometin es two colorsare
all fabrics this spring will be satin.It used alternately. The brim of a [GRAYSTONEl CASINO
is to be used for one-piece dresses, white panama, hat was covered in this
'and Dakin Ave.
Corner Broadway for suits and for seperate coats. This way with old gold and dark'green rib
material will also be in demand for bon,'only the crown remaining; in
Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed evening gowns and afternoon dresses. view to tell that the hat was a pan
and for these its popularity-will] be ama. -An idea for remodeling your

.- --. .. .... shared by charmeuse, which is very last year's panama, you will, no doubt, I ' ail
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1tt - closely related to satin. The suits and think! Another pan am was faced 'with I Orange Groves, Timber I ends We Psy lanes lee Non-rest. 1
dresses of satin will be decorated with I black velvet under the brim and the* Cattle Ranches, Country and ideals and Act as Owner's .
braiding and embroidery, and much crown draped with black and white '
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- a THE KISS1MMEE- VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1917 ELE.VEIi. __ _

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No. 117.R the traniactoln of any and all business;
fishcries'of Kissimmee Which Means Much .i..r4 .1 t.. Candida a, t.. that, may come before the meeting."
Big Enterprise CITIZUM HANK IF KIHHIMM UU.: T. W MOKFATT
I ( Plant Peanuts--Supply Scarce .4 I.. .i.- e f ....1.... 12-2t Secretary., \

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For Entire Section Big Shipments -Made Weekly to Markets a D. ( In Clroult Court for the Seventh Ju-
; Whit. spanIsh One Crop...______......___*u.--______....._'1,1. U.1I1 MarwkMh.- I.n. distal Clroult of the Stat. of KlnrldarIn '
North Carolina. Two ( rop.,_._._-____-__"__-_-____________ I.71 J.6ft Hess.,.'.. and for>> Oacaota County. In Chan'aery
-- Extra Earl,. King Cotton S..dI0__,_____....________.:... t 1,,00 80 1HosnoHkl 1..00Bloomflold Lone on rt ..t.t.._'._\ 58,4116 F. A* Stroup and R. D Frank.
Sea Island Cotton S.e&------------------------- ford vs. Tom H.dr .
in this '. "77" Bu.hel.I'roUfto Flint Seed Crn---------- 160 I.IS Loan. on collateral aecurltyothor comel.lnant.! Quiet title.Order .
An Industry county which Walk-in-the-Water. Lake Tohopeka, than real. ..atat.55.155.41 >ws,
Melon Seed ._ ___. -_ / Ib, eoo In B-lb Lots
SELECTED Tom Watson ?-- - of .To all whom It
deserves mora than passing notice is liga is protected by law and seining i It.rlaan Beggar W.ed Bead-._____?. ...______._JOo Ib. Zfto In 5-lb lots All other loan. and discounts ....uaw. publication.It thai
prohibited within its waters. In these Sudan Grass Head_____..____?__..,_-._.___-.... _..__60o lb. 45c In 1-lb lots Overdraft .-_. C nluniclpa'I II OTBtata may sworn rnr :fIlnll.srola:: thai
that of fishing, and when it is shown various la'xes Natal Grass Sead_______.___._______..,_-..___... ;-----400 Ib, 860 In t-lb lotaLespedoca county._ n 1.80000 above entltlM. cause that there are
to bonds
some seventy-five one _____..__ Ib 1110 In .-Ib lot. .
.80o
the or Japan Clover..--..-_.-_. ? Bartklnir 'bou.e, parsons ,Intarestod In tha property I In.scribed .
that average weekly shipmentsfrom hundred n'ien'are constantlyemployedduring 100 Day Velvet ,Mean';__?__ ,--.,--_. ,....-_..!.75.bu, .1 7O In -Bu lots and fixture" furniture S8.TIS S5 In the Bill of Complaint la
this point to the marKets figureup the open season which lasts ..... Velvet Bean_____.-__Z--__-*-_ -_ 1.00 bu 1,*0 In 8-Bu lot Other real entate.-. -,._,- /.0..10 said case, other than the known respondents -
\ (to front 12,000 to 15,000 pounds, it from November 1 to July 1. Smaller All kinds of Horithums and Millets. Yellow- and White. .IHont>Brabham Bead ClaIms and other reaourcva. 144.70 aa tharaln and that
ProIU.to. ::'a"t .
White, Hickory Klngr. Haatlnea
Maryland Hue from Incorporated banks SI.046.11 the names of persons ao interested ,
will dawn upon the average citizen boats are used by the fisherman.actu. 'Corn..Iron Cow I'eaa. Ask tor prices, in large lota. Writ far Caasplata Checka and Oxchansrea 1 Ir are unknown to complainants '

'that t is an, enterprise which demands ally making the catches and at central Catalan.. < clearlnir ?:-.. ,.i-_,.__-... 174 71 and there also appearing' be certain
more than a passing mention. A visitto points fishing camps are maintained ; Cash, on hand -____...- Sl.4t .'0 named reSpondents to aald Bill whose
Bloomfield Nursery &: Seed Co., Monticello, Florida baptismal names and Initials are not
the fish houses at certain times of where the fish transfarredto
are '. Total ---.-. ._......_?.__$304.517.S1LiabIlIties given because they are unknown and
the week is always interesting, when tho larger boats of the fleet, and I I that relief i. prayad In the said Bill of .
thousands of'the ,tribe iced transported to Kissimmee for packingand I Complaint against the Said unknown '
finny :
are .. '
(Capital Stork paid In__--_ .__$ IS.000 00 respondents, It I therefore ordered
and packed, and sent to St. Louis and shipment to the various markets. Bnrplua fund .. 14.00000 that M ' YauBhn.*-. Caj-r
other marksts. Quite a l large numberof Some people imagine that a fisher. Undivided o \i.-i-i- lln, =Know lea, .,krtnr;

men are employed in the flshlnw man's life is one round of pleasure. It I I The Importance of Canning Clubs \(I Individual prrmra and deposits t.p.IeU aubject.__!_ 4,1744 Edmund V. Stack and all partlaa

fleets, bringing in the products, and must be ,remembered that there is a too check ____ ..._.n. _____ 1111.11I7.$ .Bill claiming of Complaint Interests In In the the above lands In styled the

the work has taken on such great pro vast difference in fishing for pastime .. Certified Tlm rwrtlfloatva Check _of.depoalU6S.7S7.. _____ IISCaahlarVchecka .01 cause described. under any of the following -
portions so that today the Industry t when you go down the lakes in a fine The following article, written by Normal School. ,(When she arrived, I outstanding- 1S1.40 nmijamln parties Tom B. Andrew., 8, B.

.,J", enjoys a prestige ,of some Importance! motor boat loaded with all the good Lois P. Dowdle for the Southern Kur. made some inquiries and found that ,Saving dapoalta .._____.... 15,052.55 tila Booth P., Hammar, Benjamin Elliott Hammer)i3, Hammer, Tan
The two leading shippers of this things to eat and drink, when you can her father had been sick all\ the year, Blair Burwall Jr.. Blair Burrell, Jr..
Total .. .............1304,617.44
alist gives interesting facts : ?- .. _,
section are Tyson & Livingston, who lay around in the shade during the some and her own garden had failed, be- Vaughn Carr A Co. Vaughn,

have been engaged in the enterprisefor heat of the day and occasionally "wet" I about the importance of the Canning cause she had had to go'to the field Rtata of Tlorlda, Carr Charles Samuel Oodolphtn T, Carr.,Bennett Fanny William J, Carr.
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a number of years, and A. A, your line for a bass or trout and engaging I Club work, Which should be closely regularly all spring and work with the County, Roger of Oscrola Dodd., as1 Cashlar of the Henry Bannatt. William H. IIollls, and

Rosen the latter having: engaged in for the real fishing for busl.I read .by everyone especially those who other field hands. During the long sH>ove-nsmed bank do solemnly swear the following trustees under the will

business! for himself in this line with. I ness. The life of a professional fish. seem inclined not to see the good accomplished rainy season, when she could not workin that the above.statementla true to lb.best of Dlaaton Hamilton Edmund Dlsston F.,! dwrwased ttteck,, TaconjrHavings Henry

in the past two months, formerly being 'etman is hard and laborious and he i is in this work in the com the fields, she went out and gath. ot'm knowl.f'( DODD and b..lI..r.&rr..etAtt.gGEI Cashier.. Fund. Safe D.r.o..lt. TitleTrust Jb

connected with a large concern entitled to all he 'can. get out of it in munity: ered blackberries and canned nineteen : Company of ., Pa..,

which went" out of business some time pleasure- and profit. As an economic factor in the build ,, gallons. These she wanted to make H T. JlT R. and the K followingother laston 1 "Bandlln persons* Knowles Elisabeth "-

ago. These men, who are always on During the season this industry ing of a better Georgia I can conceiveof into Jam with the hope that she could C.. T.W,BINOLBSTART.OWfKFlN.O. Sandlin _,_ Knowlaa. -

the alert when it comes to gettingthe brlngs"about one quarter of a million no greater movement than the Can- sell it and thus pay her expenses' at Directors.. Stack.ld-partl.wife of Edmund F. Steck If any
denizens of the and establishing with school. She waited, however, .until (S..a1)811b..crlb..d of are decea..d.i or claim
dsep, dollars to the local business men. All ning Clubs Starting as we do Ins Interests e I* Sand
'for Kissimmee the big Industry the supplies for these fisheiies are the girl, teaching her first of all the the Christmas holidays about making this IXth day and of March.sworn 18M to bafora me lln, deceased or otharwlaa claiming Interests I

leav., nothing undone to make the bought in this county so that Osceola fundamental principles 'of gardening It, because she wanted to learn how to ,H: STANLEY BULLOCK therein the said property being ,'

fish business assume vast proportions, gets the full benefit of the success attained helping her,to conserve those products make good jam, and realized she could Notary Public.Mycommission All the that following part" of described Section property Thirty (10)via:

and they have succeeded in establishing in ,this line. The present laws which she has grown, and also the get help her in Athens. It is just this expires October, JJrd, that lies. South of the County Road and ,'
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markets for their products which governing fishing work considerable products from the farm and orchard same indomitable will,' that<<; she is 19 P" all that part of Section Thirty-one. (11>

bear extensive reputations for quality' hardships upon thoe, engaged in the which'wo.uld otherwise go to waste showing in all her work'here that is that lies S.v.nt.ftv.1)North of the County acrea Road.mora axcapt or-

causing) a big demand for Kissimmee Industry and the fishermen of this section thus giving to the family a better attracting the' attention. of all those Take Herbine for tnlll<
product of this kind. Each concern are making preparations for' the food supply for the winter, and to the who know her. relieves the pain In a few minutes and of Canal .n', the .. South by thai,
fleets ,In-one-C'c)1lnty''whereweh&v..nch' '! forces "the fermented matter which County !Road on tha East, by the East
giving to better-measure for their ,
operates employment draftingof a girl herself-an incomeWtfgrowlnto; line of said Section Thirty-one' (II).
many men. Their operations are con-i mutual protection and benefit, which I the good graces..of the..whole family luscious apples' we are using1 some of causes the misery into the bowels .and Jon the North by the water' edaia.
fined to Lakes Cypress Hatchineha. will be:taken before the next session and win the confidence of the motherin the"surplus fruit.-tc.malte products where it Is expelled. Price..60c. Sold of Fish. Lake: also excepting; the Right
." i which sell for good prices. Thus these Osceola Pharmacy. of.Way of the Railroad .. It 'passea ,
by
has
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Kissimmee, Marian Rosalie and "of ther legislature.: j the home. Once this result through said lands, said landa lying. In
----------------------------_. been'obtained it is easy to broaden girls are increasing their" earning capacity ), : Oscaola County, Fla,' do appear to the)
and develop the activities 'so that we of the people of the State by complalnanta Bill of Complaint herein.
CAPITAL CITY BOOSTERS CLUB the leasing of the convicts to private take problem of the providing an income for themselves, Miss Alberta lIops n ,spent Saturday filed, on or before Monday, the 7th day

STARTS MOVEMENT HAVE contractors or confining their labor to can home; and up make every our work stand for and by demonstrating to'their families 'and, Sunday with her parents in of law May the, A.said D, jIlT 1)111 ,of else Complaint In due oour.r will betaken

the state farm; therefore, be it all that the term "home economics" and friends the Value of thorough Leesburg aa confaaaed by. said unknown
STATE CONVICTS WORK, ROAD Resolved, That the Tallahassee embraces. preparation of the soil and intensive parties It Is further ordered that title
I' order. ba published once a week for 11
Boosters' Club unanimously endorsesthe The work of the girls of the Can cuiiivauon.'One.14-1..3JKW; KlaslmmaoValley
The Tallahassee Boosters Club la : No SI8TATR. consecutive weeks In the '
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using of all able-bodied municipal ning Club and that of the home demo of Ithe greatest curses in Geor. BANK OK KIS3IMMER.! (Oatetta.. a weekly newspaper'
waging' quite a campaign to have the county and state prisoners on the onstrators so closely allied it gia is the isolation which prevails in at JUaalHaaee. !. t.* tttat of Klorlda. published and of general circulationIn
are
state convict law amended 'so as to roads of the state under the direction'' seems impossible separate the two the rural sections. Especially noticeable '.t taje .>.1..f Sib 117.b..l..usM.rck ". 'Stat., the of Florida.County Witness of' Oaoeola the Honorable and,

abolish the lease system, and work of the Florida state road department and get a true conception of either. is the lack of intercourse amneg James W. Perkins aa Judge of
th.ianon; the roads, and is sending out not confining prisoners to the county Our fifty home demonstration the women and girls on the farms. H.*aMe. earn\ Court, and my name a. Clerk
I Loana on real estate--------$ 111.000.0' thereof, and the official ."al of .the
absolution adopted by that body at where sentenced; and be it further agents last year enrolled 4200 girls in Last year there were 1733 meetingsof Loana on collateral security. said Circuit Court at Kissimmee, Osceola
,a recent session. This paper is being Resolved t, That this Club will use its the Cannings Clubs. These girls raised Girls' Clubs held with an attendance other. than real,estate----- 150.00000 County., 11'lorldajon this, the'.758
sent to all members ,of the Legislature Influence with the members' of the of all kinds on their of 30,705. These clubs in Geor. All other loans and discounts ,90Overdrafts day February' A. D. 1917
vegetables .- ........... B.8S4.12
I I J, L. OVERSTREE1T
boards of county commissioners Legislature, to have the present laws tenth acre gardens specializing in the gia were for the most part combined United State bon .......... 1.000.1.0 '. rA Clerk Circuit Court ator..aStClr"ult \ ,
commercial clubs and members of the relating to the leasing of convicts so growing of tomatoes, Spanish pep- into agricultural societies composed of other bonds .._...-...... S.2EO.00Banklna ( >(Court Seal '
board of state institutions, asking amended that said shall not members of the different clubs. The ; houaa. furnlturv I JOHNSTON GARRETT
prisoner and the small After
pers, fruits. and lI.ture. ...........?_ 28,4*'.1H Complalnante.7135In :
their co-operation in this matter. The be leased to private contractors. And growing the vegetables and fruits on mothers becoming interested in these Other real estate ._........'. 7177.25 As Counsel" for .

resolution. is as follows; be it further k their tenth acre they' were taughtto meetings of the children, came to see Claims and other raaourrvvA. Judicial
Court for the Seventh -
Circuit
Resolution Resolved, That this Club recommends what being done. In this the \ C. L. It. H. Co__ .011 ,
put the, 4-H Brand of canned was way Hue from Incorporated banks ,27.16089 Circuit of the State of Florida
Whereas,' the building of good roadsin that other commercial clubs in goods. up These 4-II's stand for' Head, women were slowly drawn into the Checks and exchanges for In a 40'I'A.Onceoln. County In Chancery -

Florida should be done as economi. the state of Florida adopt a similar lIettit'Uandlt and Health. meetings and. their interest arousedin clearing .. .,_?...,.____.__ aIU5 Stroup and R. D. Frankford ,..
Cash hand ... ... .... '1.178.0' complainants vs. Tom B. Andrews
cally as possible in the matter' of resolution and exert their influence to During the past year the demandfor gardening: and in the preservationof Countyand on city warrants.- ., 1.1'1 et al. defendants. Quiet Title.
labor; andWhereas have the convict lease system abo'idl! 4-H Brand goods was five timesas the fruits and vegetables of the Order. of Publication. To all whom

the' country at large has ed in Florida for humane and eco. great as the supply. Thia will indicate farms. Gradually these women asked ..;.. Total.: .......,.-._.,-.-._.....485.11.95Liabilities It max concern.. It appearing tiled In the by
'Bill of Complaint
come to look upon the convict lease nomic reasons; and that the secretarybe to you how effectively the for specific help with their own problems -- the above sworn enttlled cause that thai' responAdenta

-, system with abhorence, and this system and is hereby instructed to send teaching of one simple but definite and 1200....women were enrolledto Capital stock paid 4n......._.$ .00Hurplus relnbalow named are persons*
'-' has been abandoned by all prog. printed copies of this resolution to the 4200 =the canning, of make demonstrations under the direction fund ............... 15.1.00.00( whose residences and ages ara unknowrif -' .
to girls
thing ,
less 1 In ttia>
I Undivided profits < ax. and that reUef sought
resiti*>. states; and boards of county'' commissioners o< fruits and vegetables--has,taken hold of the countyi,agents. These penaea paid) _.,- 4.D81.1' said suit against th.' ftI ,It la therefore
Whereas if the convicts were put each county in Florida to commercial of the people of the State. I women made and installed in their Individual deposits subject ordered that Tom B. Andrew. B. 8,
to work all of the roads of the clubs to the members of the board .of from 907 of these girls scattered .. homeS, 613 tireless cookers in which to check .-.-._,_. t'8.101a8 Booth, nanJ.mln Elliott Hammar T....
Reports Time certificates of ".611.al
deposit. pie P. Hammar, Benjamin B. Hammer
state of Florida for the next two years state Institutions and members' of the over twenty counties show.vegetables they are now cooking meats, vegetables Certified checks _.._ 11,00 Blair Burwall. Jr.. Blair Burrell Jr.
many miles of first-class highways Legislature of 1917. raised and canned to the valueof etc. Some of the other devices Cashier's Checks! outstanding -1,18988 Vaughn, Carr A Co., -'Vaughn---.

would be finished thus promoting the five winter gardens are now being made by them are: C02. iceless refrigerators Savings other deposits Ilabtiitie-collea..-.1:' --.-- 75,8116All Carr Samuel T. Carr Bennett.' Fanny William J. Carr.
Charles dodolphln
agricultural and industrial develop At the meeting of Orange Blossom cared for by these club members as a 386 fly trips 119 ironing tions on hand.\_,_?._..., ** 560.21 Henry Bennett William H. Hollla, and
ment of this state in the best possible wheel 6 shower '
work boards 76 trays, the following. trustees under the'wIll' e
manner to bring more taxpayers into Lodge No. 80, F. & A. M., Wor. Chas.S. result We of have the tried summer's to impress upon- baths ,23 kitchen cabinet, 99 butter Total........,........-..,.,.1416,11..>5 of Hamilton Dlaaton, deceased. Henry
Wilber of Poughkeepsie, New S I Dlsston,. Edmund F. Stack a* auch
the rtate aI, permanent residents and 22 butter worker. and 1700 '
talk the these girls the value of independenceof paddles, State of Florida trustees, and the following other perSons
the resulting benefits would be valu. York will give a short. on prevailing styles in dress thereforewe other devices such a* mouse traps,, ,County of Oscaola as; Elisabeth K. Dlaaton. "Bandlln ,kKnowieL'
subject of Free. Masonry, with some I. otna Thomas cashier of the .. .
and ultimately K .wl_
dustiest Bandlln. -
able financially and otherwise have established a uniform to be towel racks sewing;: stands, above-named bank do solemnly swear -- .
histora of the wife Edmund F. 'IIt..k.b. .
of the of
bring into the state treasurya scraps early EnteredApprentice worn by them at public meetings of mops, etc. In addition to this, 683 that the above atatement la true to the and Stack they are hereby. required to ba
fraternity. The degree of beat of knowledge and belief
great deal of money, beyond the labor-saving devices were bought by my the Bill of Complaint
the clubs; 2300 of these uniforms were ROMA THOMAS. Cashier.Correct and appear to-
amount ,that could be,received from will be conferred. made last year. In'one mountain these women on the advice of the -Attest) filed In the said cause In the. courtaforesaid
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-- er- county sixty girls made' white caps county agents 173 homes were screened M.. LKSLTflT KATZ.H day of April. on or before:: 17.Monday otherwise, the Sndj the

and aprons for use in public demons 13 rest rooms were established, H, FLEMING said Bill .of',1iO'pll l will In due
trations and wore them visiting, to and 29 waterworks systems intalled, Directors course, of law be taken as confaaaed
total of than 3300 labor-saving Subscribed and sworn to before me against the said respondents. It I*
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Sunday school and to the church. The a more ba
this nth day of March, 117.ALBERTA further ordered that this order pub'
constant wear and the necessary,laundering devices installed in rural homes in HOPRON. listed Once a week for eight consecutive .
Bank has caused these uniforms to Georgia in 1916. In seven counties Notary Public. week In the Kissimmee ValleyOasette
State there is marked increase in the ,," .. a weekly! n..1" >ap.! publishedand
be worn out and next year new one. a of. iteneral circulation In the city
will have to be made. price of butter as a result of this Mill I III I II Illlllll I Ml of county of Ovoeola, and

V In this same county in one neigh- work. In one county butter advancedin mats of m..ild. Witness the Honor
price from 15 and 20 cents to 35 t able James W. Perkins Ml Judge of
1 of Kissimmee brohood there were 11,000 tin cane Legal Bald Court, and my name aa Clarke
bought and filled with vegetables. and cents all over the'county; equally good thereof and the "eat'of said Circuit
fruit. One orphan girl who had never results have been obtained in poultry 'Advertisements Court at Klaslmmee. Osoeola County.Florkls .
: : on this the 1st day of February .
and all of this
raising gardening
had any money of her own, put up 700 A. D. 1017 '.
The of the worldare tin cans from her tenth acre. She is work being a direct outgrowth of the q.1111111' l l 111 1 111 I I I I I I | :I. I.. OVERSTOKET, J

eyes retailing these cans at 19 cents apiece, Canning Club movement.I As Clerk Circuit Court aforeaald.
and has' sold practically all of them., do not believe we can correctly estimate IN CinCLIT. COUHT.IDA STATK Of KLOll.. .(Circuit JOHNSTON Court"Seal GARRETT)

Next year this same girl il'going the value of this work in dol- As Counsel for Complainants.. T lt:
to school and expects to pay all lars and cents, nor can we measure rVterson
whoSAVES away Mitchell Complainant, vs '
on the man expenses with' the proceeds from her the effect of these demonstrations on I' Charles I* Coulsen and Carrie Seager, Arcadia News: Over in Klsiimmee
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garden. the lives of these girls: or the communities Defendants. a man,stopped his subscription to his
mountain'ounty in which they reside. They' --- '
Another girl from another
have been industry and Seventh Judicial Circuit, Osceola County home paper because it had too muchto
-' came to our Short Course, held taught a new In Chancery.It .
here ,at the College of Agriculture, have been shown what the land Is capable - say about the! city. We have juat

having won a scholarship in her coun of producing under wise man appp rlnflr by ;affidavit;: ; appended to been wondering what the same man
her-trunk the agement. They' some appreciation the bill filed In the above-stated cause
: ty. This girl lost on possess would do if the paper now made him
that Charles L. Coulson and CarrieHeaver
least of the
had at elementary
to Athens and although she .
way the defendants therein named
the target .for awhile writing hi.
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to wear a long skirt one day and. a principles of plant growth and development are nonresidents of the state of Flor-. up
short one the next she was very ; they have learned in a measure Ida. and are residents of the city of and his family's good qualities, telling .
with the value of the possibilities Iietroit. state oC Michigan, and each are the what booster he
cheerful throughout her stay us. money over the age of twenty-one years: It Is people a good
The next year this girl came again to of earning it, and the power of therefore ordered that Bald nonresident is, what a beautiful Wife and lovely-
the Short Course paying her own ex their latent energies'when capitalizedby defendant be and are hereby requiredto
penses. For two or three years we education. They have, been stimulated appear. to the bill of complaint filed children he has. Not all at once, but
before the
In said cause on or Monday
kept in close touch with her because of with a desire to study the sci 9th day ot. April. A. D 1917. otherwisethe discreetly, diplomatically in a way
for" a moment, young man her fine spirit and her desire' for In. once of home-making and prepare allegations. of said bill will betaken that will not attract too much attention
PAUSE formation; themselves for their life work.: aa confessed by said defendanta. to make him think it Is all so.

a thought to.self. The One day last spring I had,a letter be It published la further once ordered a week that for this four order con even when he knows it is not. If you

from her laying she wanted me to GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS- secutiveweeks In the Kissimmee Val. find you are rvbbing it in too hard,

problems that confront you now, or give her some work. .She had applied TO CONSTIPATED CHILD ley sak1 Qaatte.county a and newspaper atata. published In give him a rest and then rub some

to 'the superintendents of,schools in '- This tat day of February. 1917J. more. We repeat if there is a man
the I.. OVERHTRERTj: in Kissirnmee who does not want the
will. few hence. the nearby counties asking for Laxative"can't harm A..al' ?
a years position of county home demonstration Delicious tender"Fruit little Stomach liver O'BRTAN(Ct. Ct. A).PLEDGER., Clerk Circuit. Court, Valley Gazette to tell'of the many attractions -

agent but had not succeeded in Solicitor foe Complainant5t of that beauUful city, a
affairs and bowels ;
Look about yon-the men. of La country, state, nation- interesting them. She told me she paper whkh'has been worth thousandsof

'yet, in the world, are the men who started to sare early in life. had finished the seventh grade of the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONItoparissesrt : dollar in the advertising that has

little country school near her home Look at the tongue mother I Itcoated. been given to it, don't let him escape,

They hare the respect and confidence of the community. and that her father was not able to your little one' stomach liver .r the laterlarC. rub something onto him, .either sugar

I send her away to school. At the close and bowels need cleansing: at doesn't once. 8. ...... OfnVa ,a* Oalaeavill, Fla.. or salt If you .are In doubt about .4

Then look on the other'aideat the fellow who spend all they .f the letter she aid she could not bea sleep When, eat peevish or act cross naturally, listless or is feverish Feb. 10, 111T, which try first one and then' the other'note

for while but what does their drone any longer, and that she must breath the results and if not satisfactory ''
make-they may have a food time a stomach oour bad; has '
and Notlca 11 hereby gIven that Casper L. give him an admixture of ,the
work if she had togo to town geta ,,
reflect? sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, Heath of l.oughman. Florida who. on
personality but don't let him' off without
in store. I wrote her a two '
position a give a teaspoonful "California Syrup April tt. 1110.. made Homestead Entry 111w
letter telling her' to plan to go to of and in few hours all No. 011\14. for NWUof NW14. Section some kind of a treatment, for lie /
A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the school anyway. When I was going to the foul Figs"constipated waste a undiKest- '4. Township tft' .. Ransra 27 It. Tallahassee might die and his blood be upon your
Meridian, has Sled notice of intention r '
nucleus of an honorable, independent career. the county I wrote the girlelling; her ed food, and sour bile gently moves to make Five-year Proof to establish headDon't want the Gazette, 'the

Make your beginning now-today. Your bank. to meet me at the county site. out of its little.bowels without griping claim to the land above described best weekly in the state, except one,
before Clerk Circuit Court at Kissim and don't want it because advertises -
One of the first people I saw was and have well playful
a ,
book will pare.the way. \ : you; nice Florida, .on the Oth day of )March the town Go after him make '
this young lady;who rushed up to me child ,again. Ask youi druggist fora 1917. ,., j>
i-' and iaid"Oh Miss Dowdle, I'm goIng 60-cent bottlu of "California Syrup Claimant'name* a. wltne....: it, so hot for him that he'll either
Capital stock ________-___, _____ ____ ____ $100,000.00 ,.
to school." To my'inquiry as to of Figs," which contains full directions H. O. Hancock. of trf>nprhms>n, Florida leave the town or repent
_______. _______ 400,000.00 8. R. Fields of Louajhman. Florida.
I Resource over ,.___...__?__ : children of all "
how she knew, she replied. 'Because tot babies/ ages Peter Dale,, of Loufrhman. Florida..
"- I want to. You told me I could if' I and for grown-ups. Joseph Bwalna, of Louchman. Flor CARD OF THANKS
Officer, and Directors: ida. -
didn't have and I'm going.
money
But you have any to give me three months W. C'-Ledford made a business tripto -4t KOBT. W. DAVIS. Register..HOTICB JT. T. Burkhalter desire to' hank *

C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E.' [,;. LESLEY. ..V-P.' to get the money myself, if Z can for Orlando Wednesday, spending .several his many friends and everyone whoso 'Vt
Cashier to "if I hours between trains. kindly .eam* to the assistance of :,-
know
ROMA THOMAS, itwill; mean more me ;;
1..1Ier.- .
i b Notice given that the a" himself and family In the recent.Malu'
i can get it than to have you give {It to I nualmeeting.. of the stockholders of the ,
when his residence
V.:C. BRYANN.. B. CARSON M.KATZ.C. me." m OjMsw! That ussr Mer Aft'at'1III HutJIeea. I SOUTHERN UTILITIES COMPANY inson fire wed) I
.' .,A. CARSON, H. FLEMING E. L.' LESLEY.' We planned for her year'*. work and ._ of Hi _.. and ....tt.. Mteet. JUUCATIVB will be> bald at tba office>e( tha Com practically destroyed. Their kindness .
I ;/ .._ ordinary pany. Klaslmmaa, Oacaale Flor wil (always be a aouree'of much,' .
.-4 I' J., WADE TUCKER..Direetorav I went Away.;, Just before school BaOMO QOimif X tfaaa eou/"t/ gratInoatlon -
.. Quinine sad ...... mot -ae* BariiarlB Ida, en Tuesday, March S7th1(17 at to. 4,
:f I-i I ., ., ''II opened in\ the fall, I had a,letter from la haatf. Kinnaitii (is- and I 12 o'clock noon for the election oi dlractora / ,
I; I her .sayingsbo would 4Hct'f r the State took' Jc* UM liaiiatmra ol X., *M., for lbs ensuingrear, and foe- MB and MRS. J. T. BUBKHABBCK.' ,,

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I.; a Society Notesdrs. & \,,1 GiveFlowers METHODIST CIIURCII W u i

'The annual meeting of the KLssim- Under the "direction of the greencommittee ( HHMWMMMMMIilM \ : i
mee Golf Club was held at the Gray- and the professional, 'the 11:45 a. m., Sunday school; R. M. '
t ;' ( E. ,E. Well. Editor.) '' stone Hotel recently .when the following course has been newly bunkered, Evans, Supt. J'

l officers were elected: Directors j making the play much more difficultand ..' : 11 a. m.,' morning worship, conduct _.
1, for the ensuing year, J. Wade Tucker, Interesting J., .?. n_,,,,'" ' '-ed( -te" t r.SubIe t:oE"sermon.ii
all I : .: : ,
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{ Request b made to patron of the Valley Gazette to send items Gay Livingston, C.,W.. Ward.-C:Hari' :iLCaptt-: Harty!:JIunler...:gave..a'de.. ,_ : :, ;' '; "God's'Minute ;..Man." ,
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:i .irSecfetjr".Events'3o i t 'tie 'IL'tor: -for'publication"'in '':'these* column I ". peivLv .*Hamilton;lr.' Simpson, K.. lightful little dinner for Mr. ah4 Mrs. 2 p. m., Junior League;; Miss Hop- f
All
... .. ". . McPherson, E- "r.:DRdW.iaklllson.Mr. ., Potter on Saturday-'eveningf wWch. For O'cca.iCn..:_ .: son, Supt. i I. '.
t .- : McPherson was elected captain was much appreciated by 'those pres 6:30 p. m., Senior 'League; Miss i
4010"0.01010101010 .01 0 10 10101 0 1 0. . 0,' uOO + of the club. ent. Covers were laid for eight. Mr. Pina Bratton. Pres. 1 '
The secretary-treasurer: reportedon and Mrs P. K. Weaver, Miss Hamilton worship Subject 'j.
'' 4 4O the financial position of the club, Basil Ham!i ton were the invited Mills the florist of sermon "A Hurdle IRtce for 1 j

j', *'" RECEPTION TO TOURISTS a PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY 4 and it was decided to fix the fees for guests and spent a most delightful Ilell." "iI
4 \ resident players .as follows: Gentle. evening. I The home-like church..
CoH '
4 00t < men, $15; ladies, $7.50. Mrs. L. A. Hamilton: arrived her : INC. ,

t " oUOOOOUOOOOOOOOO'Ur ---- Additional buildings have just been Saturday for a month's visit and; FIRST, BAPTIST CHURCH
completed consisting of a and intends taking a short rest from the l i'
garage ,
The to winter visitorswere The Pennsylvania in
reception met
Society
workshop for the professionals and busy and active life she leads in Tor 36 W. Fortyth St., O. B. Falls, pastor. .
continued Tuesday evening
on '
the Hart Memorial on Thursday evening onto. t.
additional bedrooms. 9:45 N. C. '
Sunday school : '; Bryan
Memorial with
the Hart building a
at JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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i March 8th, -announced.. Mrs.Van superintendent. "
t delightfully informal meeting when Duzer the of the society -;; ;; ; ; J Competent teachers for all classes. ,
; .the guests chatted as old fiends and president I oto oo .oo.. l'
t . strangers were asked to register in being absent, the vice-president + 0 4 O .. Preaching at 11 'a. m. Subject: 1
the club book. conducted the meeting.- 4 BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR SIX- 4O 4 MILLINERY OPENINGS 4 'Four Questions for Every Christian/" 'it
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' ?. A pleasing program had been arranged Greeting from the Pennsph'aniaSociety :I YEAR-OLD 4 4 4 +4+44. .+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+444+ Busy Bees at 2 p. m. .
Junior B. Y. P. U. at 3 m. .
Miss Aultman 4 4 + + p.
t by Elizabeth) of OOO oooooooooootOOO.
Washington D. C. I '
'were ,
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SUCCESS + Senior. Y. P. U. at 6:30 m. ,
GRAYSTONE DANCE A p.
Who hostess for the evening and -
r. was received and read. 00 pO 00.00>0+0
!!!!
I ., 4 + Preaching at 7:15 Subject "Perils
.: Included musical numbers' and read- Lieut: Entrican was present; but a The millinery openings of the hat and Problems] of Young People." This .i
r ings. broken lens prevented the contemplated Mrs. T. J. Welch entertained a few shops of Kissimmee were well attended 4 + ,1
,j, Little! Virginia May gave the first exhibition of Arctic scones.. little folks Monday afternoon in honorof 4+44+4+4+4+444+4+4+4+44+4+ ia to be a special service for young .":
not by the home
only
Tuesday, peo people and young and old are invited.;]
first number quaint'readinjf.,
L a However, the talked her little sixth .
lieutenant inter girl's birthday.
."Learning to Sew" in a manner which pie but by people of out-of-town The dance at the Graystone Thurs- Special music both morning and .
estedly of his 'experience with Peary Games on the lawn'and Victrola records -
captivatedrall present."Dastek" shoppers, who viewed the fine display day night was a pronounced success night. 01 i
' and Cook, answring question as put amused the guests. Mrs/ Jack
with congenial crowd of about sixty A comfortable house and a cordial
k ; read by Irene Ingram and to him for special ex plena tlon. He Bass and Miss. Grace Bryan' lsted of.the season's latest'models. a welcome awaits '
in attendance. These dances are you.LAYMAN'S
"A Legend, by Annie Story received to back in wafers and 1
promisse come and give the serving punch applesto The ladies were delighted- with proving quite popular and the series
hearty applause.- illustrations]) on the screen when 'the little ones, who were then ,
The styles which showed small green hatsin will be continued each Thursday MEETING J j
ready. taken to for ice
the
drugstore cream.
MMr.IHaroldKSmedal while
the Puritan patterns, though the night.
'*' the sentiment .was expressed ,by 'the Dr Witherspoon and Prof. Evans: ; At the party were: Alta Ruth and dress hats were displayed in a larger Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,, *' <
E '' ,th-o girls in pantomime was expressed their pleasure and appreciation Eleanor Overstreet Lannie Emma shapes and fashion predicts that black 4+4+4+4+4+44+4+4+4+4+44+4+ at the Methodist Sunday school rooms. a i
vary
of the lectures. vote of thankswas and Nellla Woodall Howard and Os '
,'d. ' will be greatly in evidence. Horsehair < + All men and toys cordially iavfcieV. $
I" tendered Mr. Entrican.: wald Falls LeVerts and Dickie Bass
Miss Amy Makinson ''rendered braids will be'favorites as the summer SOCIAL ,.CALENDAR + Come out and enjoy an hour 6f earn
; After the usual refreshments, a per Emily Bryan, Carl Ledbetter Bessie advances and airy hats ,will be much O est Christian devotion.DEVOTIONAL :;
'Ain't Coin To Cry Any More" very iod of music and story ensued, in Johnson, Jewel 'and' Dickie Miller,
'" cleverly and.responded to the request which .those inimitable story tellers, Marion and Preston Patrick, Elsie and worn. 44444+4+4+44+4+444+444+44+ ; COMMITTEE... ;
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"Honey toa -
with a second selection. Craig and Allagher took Welch. gold.is the name given .
)r "Just Awearyin' For You" a song The Society: held, its'last part.meetingof Evelyn favorite color in shapes and trimmings Friday, T:15 p. m.- SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST

which strikes a response in the hearts' the season at the same place, when and rose fa a strong color, as The Kissimmee .Music Club will M N,1. t ,
of all listeners wet given by Miss 6 good-byes said. All meet at an "
were the visiting b : i
00 March .
,
Laura Thomas, as a musical reading The trimmings are quite simple this Sunday, 18th.
Pennsylvanians expressed themselves 4. PYTHIAN SISTERS VISITyi -', 4 extra parctlce.JTheiregularimeetingwill ;; >( !! ,-ehool.10 .
accompanied by Miss Lucy Buckles. season and everyweher?.Ii' one;i'/; sees Sunday a m. " \ ' i ;
pleased with Kissimmee and promisedto ,, : LAKELAND .-*- Z\.oO, handwork which' + also be held in the Auditorium on H Preaching by ,'7 m.i '-" '<"<. .
touchs of pastor
ex-
\+ Mrs Smedal and the sang two beautiful closed\elections bya return> next winter and two or threeare ;\ ; ;'l Y. :ICV" , ";. '.,, ' \ 4 tremely effective. '; prove' l"' Monday night at 7:15.'New: memberscontinue Subject: "Je.us1n Gethsemene.p. -
program
reading, "The Soul of the Violin," contemplating here., the. purchase of :OOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOotOOOtoA At Miss Mattie Bandy'* store pretty to join this organization and Prayer meeting Wednesday even-, :
property fine work characterize the rehearsals.
." by Miss Betty Pherigo. Miss Pherigo window decoration. were seen whore Ing7p.m. (/\
+- .. showed marked talent and careful large delegation] from the Pyth fine ferns were used., Palms and potted Come in the spirit of prayer and ex. ,
training in producing this dramatic ooOOtOOO.OO. O.OOO ian Sisters lodge tare left Thursday plants dcorated th* morn. and Miss Saturday, 8 a. m.- pect a great blessing. from the _Lord. '.
t reading and held' the entire attention ,'+" 0CELEBRATEDTENTII afternoon for Lakeland, where they Nina Bratton assisted in showing the The Fulechee Camp Fire Girls, accompanied "
of all BIRTHJ 0- will exemplify the work of their order hats. by their guardian, Mrs. ]1. CATHOLIC CHURCH \\0

7 ; present. '1 DAY before the grand lodge now in session The Bon'' Ton Hat Shop presented a C.: Summers and Rev. Summers, will --..;.
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} ''OOOOOOOOOO OO OoO OO. O there. In the party.were: Mrs. II. gay scene, where a pink and green! fro 00 R. May, Mrs. J. C. Griffin. Mrs. ]K. P. color scheme was observed In the dec il.iy'3 outing and a picnci! dinner.. Inside facts of the -Catholic church !
} O.GiRL' OF 4 Little' Miss Olivine Savage enter Butler, Mrs. Tom Ellis, 'Mrs. Verner orations, which were arranged under i, given to those who seek to know .1
O : EPWORTII ENTERTAINED 4 tained about eighteen .of her little Ellis, Mrs. Elizabeth Waring'; Mrs. the direction pf Kisslmmee's florist, Saturday 1 p. m.- them-3-4 p. m. 1
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Sam Gardner Mrs. Roma Mrs. Wm. Dunn will give a lunch.eon .
Thomas, Miss Jean Caldwell. A beautiful pro- March 18th- ( -t
00OOO O friends Manhattan with Hotel a birthday party at the Mrs Julius Smith, Mrs. F. C. Bryan gram was played on the new Edison, at the Country Club, complimentary : ' Fourth Sunday in Lent .J
'OO OOOOOo Friday, when the Mrs. L. R. Farmer, Mrs T. M. Hirers, while Mrs. J. D Woodbeck, Miss Billie toHu Adah Louise SImpson. Sunday school 9 a. m. .
t The Girls of Epworth of the Meth'. time passed merrily with games dearto Mrs. Sarah Pr-evatt, Mrs George Ov, Wilson and I Mrs. Henry Aultman, Plates will be laid for twelve. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m:
the heart of litte folks. afternoon
E odist church'were pleasantly entertained The erstreet, Mrs. Frank Bourner, Mrs. G. assisted Mrs. 'Rogero in, displayingthe 1 II Instructions to Confirmation class, ,;
r last Friday evening at the bun. closed with refreshments! office H. Prather, Mrs. II. R. Dale, which in- stock. Tuesday, ':':30 p. m.- 3-4 p. m.Way .
/ralow. Misses Lois Overstreet Gladys cream, wafers and fruit. The hostess eludes the to tourists at' the Hart I I
officers and degree staff,of Both establishments report a fine Reception of the cross, 7:30 p. m.
,"Griffin, helms; ] Woodall Johnnie received a number of pretty presentsin '" Memorial. .
the lodge. trade for the opening day.OO'UOOOOo.u. I All welcome., i
Bronson were hostesses, and served- remembrance' of the) day. She wasten The grand chief, Miss Elizabeth ,

i dainty. refreshments of chocolate years,old. j Donegan/ left for Lakeland -Tuesday Don't miss the lecture of Miss RELIGIO-LITERARY SOCIETY ,

and wafers. They were assisted by I and Mrs. H. M., Breaker on Wednes- 4 Pierce'at the' M. E. Church at 3 p. m. ,. Following Is the announcement of

l" l P' ..Misses Alberta Hopson. and' Mabel ernoon with pretty basket work. The day. >00 WINTER. RESIDENTS VISIT and 7:30 p. m. at the Presbyterian Zion's Religio-Literary Society for to-,
Overstreet hostess served a delicious ice course church next'Sunday.CARD morrow (Saturday
4 DAYTONA 4a ;: I
to her guests.In 4+4+4++444444444+44+4+4+4+' 4 Lesson! text: The words of Women. I
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o..400tOOtOO..O..O +OO attendance 'were: Mrs. Ingram, OF THANKSWe *
4- Golden text: As
*" .oooottOO.OOOO O OOO OOO many- 'things as
- Mrs.George Persons Mrs. Charles DINNER TO G. A., R. 0- have been prophesied concerning us 4r
MRS.INGRAM ENTERTAINS Persons, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. +. take these means of expressingour down to this day, have been fulfilled
S + Harry Heetch, Mrs. J. D. Jeffords 4+444+4++4++4+. 44' +4+000..0.0.The 4' On Saturday the tenth. Mr. and appreciation to all those who and as many go beyond this day must; :'
tOO.t .OOOOOOO.OO O..tO Mrs. Bailey Mrs. Anna Meetch Frain, Mrs. John Green and son, Robert, had showed .us so many acts of kindness surely to .. .'
come
i The Entre Nous met with Mrs. L. Mrs S. B. Hultman and Mrs. H. C. ladies of the Christian church the pleasure of taking a party of nine during the protracted illness! and Centralthought pass. God :
Summers. will serve dinner and supper to the I to Daytona Beach by auto, their death of beloved brother and / : moves upon I
i II. Ingram Monday and spent the aft- our men'for wise ;
G. A. R. delegates! April 4th. ''Snod- a purpose at times with,
neice, Mrs. Daly, Mrs. E. R. nephew. Allison LaMar Bass; more
.. out revealing to them at the time the r
7 .' grass, Mrs. Amelia Edmonds, Mrs. particularly to those who helped

. .. Charles Morris and daughter, of Roselle nurse him in his many hours of need, purpose.Meetings held at the church Old i
;., t N. Y., and Miss May Forman of also to Pastor Falls, the Pythian Sisters Peghorn at 6:30 at ,
Oneonta N. Y., comprising the party. and those who sent the beautiful All invited p..m. \
. While the party enjoyed the sights flowers and attended the funeral. are J
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', ;, :' ',' ,: .:a,, .:'" of the beach city, they returned here! We remain, with fond regards, 'LATTER
) \ I DAY '
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:. .' .. and expressed themselves as well sat-I MRS. O. C. CUMBUS, &
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ff .. 1. .-' '; .' ,<., ,< .'. isfid with Kissimmee and Its surrounding 1 MR and MRS. R. T. BUTLER the Reorganized Church Of Jesus ;9
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, !' and they will probably [.
, \ I FRED 1\ BASS. Christ '' '
H of Latter
:. Day Saints:
'f spend the summer here. :
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" Prayer service each Saturday evening
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THOMPSON THANKS PUBLICTo J
at 7:30 ,
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Whom It May Concern '
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... I' DINNERPARTYThursday 4 I'take this opportunity to express All are i invited. 9
" 4 my sincerest appreciation and thanksto ,. "
I i ,. .' ..' 'OO..ooto OOO oto.O'OOO 0 the voters 'of' Kissimmee who so -TiIE'EPISCOPAL' CHURCH .+1,{
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kindly supported me during the recent The 11
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communion 8
March 15th. in honor of a .
White Mal) City Primary, and although Morning i''
Industrial depression money stringency, individual misfortunes Mrs. Amelia Edmond's birthday her I was not elected to the office "Singular prayer Devotion and sermon. Subject .
friends, Mrs. E. R. Snodgrass, Miss I have 11 a. m.
the satisfaction
as mayor of
N I lose their terrors in'the face of a strong balance in the Bank. All -of Cora Van Buren from Fulton N. Y., knowing that the splendid vote which I L.Evening A. Hamilton.prayer and address by Dr.
fire dinner together at Mr*. Subject, "The Great
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enjoyed was accorded me came from the
y I t these may be just ahead of you. Some of them undoubtedly are if wean Westfall's. best citizenship. I'n the future, as very in I Commission; 7:30, p. m. i

a the past it wlil be my pleasure toconstantly I NOTICE I
,f believe the judgment of economists on the present 'unprecented ,}-, OO OOtO"'OOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOO.' . work for the best interests Sealed bid. -l| ) be received by'' the '\i'
r 4 0, and welfare of the community in Board at County CommlMloners of 0.- i

j .. condition of affairs. This bank' offers you a, strong-safe shelter from ,:.:':". 4 'DELIGHTFUL LAKE' TRIP 4 any' manner my services may be needed cjola l7..on,county cleaning up to mo.W a.from m.. April ok .!
< tree
; -1. #:" >00 0 with the on courthouse .
a y co-operating' public officials lot. Board .--.. '.
ti, a such financial. storms, and-IT PAYS YOU TO SAVE. '..., ,' OOOO oooooo..tO.OOOOOO' +O of our fair city at any and all right to accept or reject any or All bids. .. }

t 64 ., ' We in.."d..v1. -the. occasion of 'avery times.: ,J. WOo, TIIOMPS N. 1-.8t y.I.OVRRTRESTr Clerk for Bald Boars.. >

t lea lInt IftVe trio when ,W. B. .
Mxetoh. Mrs. Ann Frain Mr. and :1

.. I Mr*. Harry Meetch entertainedti\, .
WItinslslCOftuitt/Gtt. "; w..L. Winn Mrsj. H.W. Boice. Misses ". DR. DeWITt T. UGHTSEY '

. CIl'I ENSBANKj. \ Klrkby Lena Loud and Francis Bay in .
: the launch Margerite. The party left 1 I k(
early in the) morning and extended .P S ,T EOP' AITJH "
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I. IJ their' trip as far as Pine Island in fp : "

..1: f 'OF" KISSIMMEE? r//' ,,I? Lake Kissimmee. A fine picnic din.. Cortier DrugStoa'e,, 1 Mondays 'and Fridays jj /,.'

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--J iI' nor eaten' on,,. board tne boat'was1 an .
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added pleasure",of, thii I enjoyable day, / -

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