Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 23, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00795
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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EVERY GOOD CITIZEN ; .. Florida'* Greatest Weekly .

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,Headed By. Kiitimmee Gty Band Are. : : ; : Congressman Sears, Speaker of Evening

111: Escorted to..Armory, -Where Re' Eulogies Guardsmen-Officers

freshmen-- Are Saved-Public. Reception .' I and Men of. Co., P Express.'Thanks ".

at Grandstand Follows ,.. I and,Ready to Remobilu.'

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..Greeted by thousands people, and ,," A most fitting, and elaborately arranged .
i the strains of patriotic music by the 1 testimonial of appreciation of
Klsslmme City Band our crack military !' the,patriotic services rendered for'
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organization Company B, Second ___ -i---ir their country was the banquet given rat

Florida Infantry, received an ovation ____ the Graystone Hotel Monday nightto !
and welcome..J.ast, Sunday morning :c ( Company B, Second Florida Infantry r

which: will, long be remembered by the ,!,;'by the citizens ,of, Kisslmme "
Ithaki-clads whose nine month sere . more than a hundred of the most representative
ice on the Texas-Mexico border has business professional and

been such 'as to be a source of pride men from all walks of life, gathered
not only to the men themselves, but strut the festive ;boards to do honorto
to the\ city and the people whom they the returning "national heroes." It
was an affair carefully arranged,
and the country whose
represented in detail and
complete every appreciated
call ,for'duty was responded! to from .. by the boys in khaki to an extent
every section: over which the Stars . which mere words cannot adequately
"and Strlprcg wave. Notwithstandingthe I Owned by. E. L. Lesley and W. C.: Bas- Caters an Entire City Block express. If there was any reason on
fact' that the throngs were at the .. the part of any soldier that mad him
hours before the. train l '' A
depot troop skeptic about the feeling.of the home'
bearing the home boys arrived there people his mind certainly was set at
was. no waning of enthusiasm, and 'Committee of Prominent Taxpayers Selected To Formulate rest upon this point on this occasion.
great was the welcome salutation as The'' boys in brown appreciated th*'
,4 the special hove in sight soldiers!', honor bestowed them, land the,
hanging from the'' windows of the Plans for Building Good: Roads Osceola'' citizens were more than proud of the
Throughout County
'. coaches to get glimpses of friend and privilege to have them as their guests;
loved ones left behind when'the call I -, ..- .The spacious banquet hall of the
.. for.the country was sounded nine t, Graystone presented a most beautiful' "' '
.months ago.. Leaving' the train the 1 Kittimmee'f Commercial Body Taken Pmpt.Step... to Bring About Thin Necessary Improvement..Citizen* Are appearance.- Decorated artisticallyand
soldier boy as well as the throngs of appropriately for the auspicious
people controlled their' impulses and Brought to Realization that Immediate Action if Imperative if Community Keep Up in Line occasion nothing was left undone to
the march to the armory from the of Progre**..Meeting to Be Held Tonight at Trade Board Headquarter give the most patriotic appearance to
station was in regular order; the the festive scene. Stars ,and, stripe
manly and soldierly bearing of. the fluttered from every direction; the
men clearly showing that instead of I }
Committee three tables most
long banquet were
the Nt of raw recruits leaving Klssimmee Determined slept.are being taken by prominent tax payers' will take in the important matter is not known but at the artistically arranged, the national colors .

-. In June of last year, the men I[? citizens, of vOsceola county ndKi, simmee to overcome' the peculiar. , meeting tonight a plan will be formulated ,afterthelpermanentjf6.r.; I ; predominating,'while at each plate .t
had been trained up to be regular ::;';'situation'which'confronts the community in the matter of building good \ N'cers Sr 'are chosen.-. Many taxpayers will be ,. was a favor in the shape of a beautiful'''

until United the States command soldiers to, end fall it out was had not 'roads. Action is being outlined which gives promise of quick results; doubtedly. and suggestions will be asked for and considered-and thereis rose such as. can only and grow In' Kls-
slmmee the
been given by their commanding of. the important matter is now in the hands of a committee of more than every indication that a start has bsen made in such a manner as will cards; which pretty bore a welcome appropriatemenu inscription -,
fiber Captain Howard Katz,' that the twenty-five of the most Prominent men of the county who will form a insure immediate action along this important line. to the honored guests, a picture .
guardsmen: gave way to the heartfelt permanent body their first session'to be held this evening in conjunction of the company taken on the s
sweethearts.It reception of. relatives, friends and with the regular Board of Trade meeting which will be held at the New Headquarters Secured' border and also a complete roster of

had been expected that the special new headquarters located at No. 107 Broadway. President Roma The committee composed of A S. Nelson. W. J. Steed and Rev. W the those,command present, making which can a souvenir'for be retained '

would arrive in the city about Thomas, of the Board is temporary chairman of the new committee B. Witherspoon who were instructed to. secure a public meeting place as a pleasing memento of the occasion. \\i\
4:30 Sunday morning. The siren at who. together with W. B. Harris H. C. Stanford A. E. Thomas and J. for the Board of Trade, has comple'ed their task. A room on Broad- Mana'ger Wichtendahl gave the iIt ..\
the electric light plant was pounder L. Overstreet were a recent session of the trade body to way has been arranged for-No. 107-Which is centrally located, on the arrangements his personal attention,

there at that was time no to mistake wake about the people that,fact and select a working committee from among the influential citizens and taxpayers lower floor and where a rest room will be established which; will be and services there',renderedwas'was nothing excellent amiss,, the the ,. :,

everybody was aroused, and within a of the county. quite a convenience to the public. Comfortable benches have been courses served being a fitting' teed '
very short time, despite the early hour made tables will be placed and it i it intended to make the headquarters menial ot this splendid hostelry. From J.
of the Sabbath morn, before the This important matter was called to the attention of the Board of attractive in many ways within the near future. The meeting tonight will the moment the Dixie Orchestra '
throngs were on the streets on their Trade at its last meeting and the fact was cited that with the'$250,000 be held there which thought to be a more convenient and comfortable( struck up the first number of a select ..t::.
way to the depot .Hundreds of auto bond issue 'for No. 2 district knocked out by the Supreme Court and'no program announcing that the hour Ii
mobiles, jraylv: decked with the stars place than the council room where sessions of the trade body have been had until'
for the festivity arrived
and stripes ladies and children car .available' funds for road work being on hand for District No. 1 I. a situ held in the past. ( the wee sma' hours of the morning', '
I rying flags and other patriotic emblems ation was facing this community in the matter of road building whichwas A number of important.matters'will come'up for consideration at the banquet 'was enjoyed In every .,,6ot: :
the bandsmen in full, uniform serious, and required immediate attention, if Osceola county was sense of the word by those fortunate .'
the meeting tonight. Very likely the bulkhead committee will make
gathered about the station. When It ; an
desirous of keeping with.other sections:; of Florida in this improvement enough to be present.
up great
was announced that "our boys"'would welcome looking to the early commencement: of the improvement .'
report great
., Three long tables were arranged in :
work. then decided
I not arrive until 6:20 the crowd good It was that regardless of those who haVe project. The matter of entertaining the delegates to the reunion the banquet hall. At the one in the ,I
naturedly accepted the "news" and for in the past placed obstacles in the way of this line of progress, that the of the G. A. R. will also come for consideration. center the men from Company B r
. an hour and a half there were merry taxpayers of the aforesaid districts get together. This had the result of up were'seated while on either aids were : '
and enthusiastic scenes the band boys the appointment of the first committee 'with instructions to formulate a Muct activity is noted amons'the members of Kissimmee's com- the citizens who were honoring them. "
\ assisting in keeping' up the spirit of working the session mercial body.. President Thomas and Secretary Thomas are wide-awake At the ,far end of these .tablea was
organization. 'of the
,to report at, next trade body.
! the occasion by the rendition of .
. a pa. and leave nothing Pass which might prove to be of import to the com- another formnig the base, where were '
triotic concert"of the. delight and entertainment The committee selected is representative, as'will be seen from the munity. The secretary has been a busy man within the past few days seated the toastmaster The, and other distinguished --. \
As the trop train' passed through: following: E. L. Lesley. H. R; May.'C. A. Carson John M. Lee. JJ; E.. answering official correspondence received from many sections of. the ed in a most guests.appropriate -style, bore ,
. the city bearing the boys en route to Lupfer. W. I.; Barber. A. H. Fox. Raymond Lanier. Arthur E. Donegan. country,and both officials will have'interesting reports to make to the the following: .. : '
their homes in other sections of South N. C. Bryan, W. B. Makinson. S. L. Lupfer. Ed. Katz, R. T. Butler. G. F., organization. All members are urgently requested to be present at the MENU .. J.

Florida welcome,,"they which were evidently/given was a "passing appreciated Kribbs, J. L. Overstreet. H. C. Stanford W. B. Harris Roma Thomas session tonight and a cordial invitation is extended to the general pub- Cream Fried Lake of Tomato Fish '

as the men hung from the win. A. E. Thomas A.. S. Nelson L. E. Partied J. K. Hilliard E. L. D. Over- lic, ai matters will be diacu.aed.which are for the benefit of 't1ze.citizen- '
lows and the platforms of the ,day street W. L. Moseley. C. S. Acre. J. Wade Tucker. Just what steps this, ship as a whole. __ .1 Celery Olives Pickles* .
coaches and waved a recognition of, .. .: .
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th* attention given. Some were Chicken
Pileau with Rice e
. asleep, but it was. not long before GOVERNMENT DUMPING., ing- He had the same opportunitythat beyond the control of CongressmanSears ORDERS ISSUED FOR STATESTO Garden, Peas with Cream
these- were -seen., scrambling to the 'FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGES former'i congressmen had before ; he did all that he could and to PREPARE FOR MOBILIZATION Mashed White Potatoes
window. in order-to take part In show. him but he Is the man who turned the him more than to any other persons Waldorf SaladStrawberry
in.r their appreciation of the interest trick, who got an appropriation to doe. Orlando owe thanks for its now
taken along .the line in their home- PITTSBURG, Pa. March 20_Federal start upon, and here" we>are ready to po.toffice Congressman Sears should From all indication. It seems that Ice i
coming.' official refused to allow several lay the cornerstone. If the senate be given a warm welcome in Orlando the Florida National Guardsmen, who Cake
The train bearing Company B arrived ear of decayed and frozen., Florida does not pass the sundry civil bill, tomorrow. were recently mustered out of service, -
a few minutes 'after 6 o'clock. fruit to be sold here this week and which will come before the extra session will soon be back on' the "line" one Iced Tea Coffee-
The band struck up'with patrioticmueic'and compelled the Pennsylvania! Railroad it la likely that the'work.will be Big. Costume Parade 4 p. m. Thurs
In a few minutes the soldiers Company to haul the car to halted. But the matter has passed day. more. That anotrer call for services Cot. Lewis O'Bryan was honored D
were on the street in heavy dump. It i* related that from j would not be unexpected at the War with the position a. toastmaster, and
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marching order. Crowds surged about men in Florida traced these cars -----------------------------1 Department he proved to be a past master in that
structlons that have been sent to theadjutant.generalof
the time left Florida until their
the the they
company; men constrained art After prayer being' offered by
themselves, and though ,each had a arrival 'herei and then ordered that PROMINENT TAXPAYERS SELECTED"TO all states to select Rev. J. J. Farmer the speaker in a r
, mile upon his face none gave way to the inspected.-- This was don. mobilization camps and otherwiseget most eloquent manner, called attention '
their Impulse., executing the com with the above result.. Once ear .of, WORK OUT', GOOD ROADS PROBLEME. in of readiness for another The communication mobilization to the object of the gathering',
'manda given in a manner showing Florida oranges received her Monday guardsmen. paying a glowing' tribute to our returned -
their and refused because of |t*>frozen of th*'War Department which
that training had accomplished con soldier lads Introducing a* the
L gnat. things. Headed by the band the dition, was sold for SO per box, and L. Lesley N.:'Bryan ,A. E. Thomas has been received by Adjntant-Gen- first speaker Mayor-elect John S.
boys in' brown were marched to the this was I speedily cleaned out... Some H. R. May W. B. MakinsonS. A. S. Nelson era!" Christian of Florida, i* said byBrigadierGeneral Cadet, who, in behalf of the city of
armory at Broadway and Darlington, receivers refused to touch car of C A. Carson L. Lupfer L. EL Partin William A. Mann, Kisslmmee mad patriotic address
chief of the division of militia affairs,
followed by the great throng who frosen Florida fruit when they were Hilliard of welcome. H* called attention to
'Jao. M. Lee Ed. Kau' J. K.
to have no immedate significance, put
received here.ReporterStart
'were hand to welcome them home. that th city had an organizestion
en the fact *
Sandwiches and coffee bad bee; pro- j J. E. L 'pfer. R.T. Butler E. L. D. OverstreetW. is a more along the line of general of which It was proud; that each ,
Tided her, and when the arms nod accoutrements It was'rnlte fitting W. L 'Barber G. f. Kribbs L; MoselcjrC preparedness. man bad answered the call to duty

of. the soldiers'had been .hat Congressman ' : laid aside, there was a scene enacted been chosen make.the principal address ; Lanier H. Suiford J. Wad*'Tucker Saturday f of a visit with Mr. every citizen was prood of the ,
which can.hardly be described.Following at the laying of the.coraerstene men composing the command. Capt.
Arthur E. Dooegaa 'W.: B.Harris Roma Thotnas and Mrs. W. A. Joiner fib left
I the toast
an Interim' In which ,to of the Orlando'postofflee building Howard KaU. responded to
B. C Thursday for: Georgetown' S. C. to '
which takes' pla* tomorrow Con Milk located there. -
Mr. Tedd8l' who
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Germany's War On U. S. Ships
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5 10 EVERY MEMBER OF HIS COMMAND .' Twenty-one American ships have, been attacked by German and year After you your wait it house will require needs painting more {paint' every and a ..,
Austrian submarine and other Teutonic raiders
commerce since the condition. And
5i it in
outbreak the more labor to put good
-- European war..
Of these eleven were destroyed by submarines' and one" the Wil! every year you wait your house is worth less.
: Captain Howard M. Katz, officer in Hand in the world, and that Kiss'lmmeeis liam P. Frye, by the German converted cruiser, Prim Eitel Frledericb. A little paint-money is good paint-insurance.:
command of Company B, speaks inter. the only place in' the Land of Flow > .' In addition, one American ship, the Gushing, was attackeda -by
stingly of the service his commandwas ers. The beautiful<< green palms, the German. airship on April 28, 1915. '
engaged in for five months on tall pines, and the'many flowers and The official list, presented here for the first time, is a, follows: '
i the Texas-Mexican border. The ex- foliage, are q(site a contrast to' the '"
F, perience has been<< of benefit to every cactus and thorns, to say nothing of Vessel. Date Remarks

:. man, who has learned the arts ,of war.; the sandstorms which the men had the William P. Frye....,.Jan: 18, 1915 Sunk by German raider. Prim 1,
fare in such a manner, as now to be a : privilege oftentimes to go through Eitel<< 1 Friedrich! Crew taken off. -
soldier who will be of benefit;., in the I with. While the boys were!! not engaged Cushing--------April.: 1 '28, J915Nebraska. Attackad by German airship. EAD AND ZINC PAIALTeawoe .
: event of another call to arms. While' in any actual fighting, they; .._May, I, 1915 Torpedoed by German submarine a-.-O waARa sONOaRI
; there were naturally some unpleasant were at ,times assigned to Important GulflighU\ _.__ _-....._May "20, 1915 Torpedoed by German submarine.
experience'! undergone by the men, all duty along the Rio Grande, and on Proceeded. ..

were benefited by the service, and the I various occasions when the '"call toarms" Lcelanaw.______July 25, 1915OSWORO ) Sunk by torpedo and shell fire. ,
training cannot be underestimated by was sounded, proved ,themselves _--,_,-Aug.. 14, 1915 Fired on ten' times but made port. r acv4
; i those who took part. Leaving here i to be' on the job'juet Ilk \etor Cnmmunipaw.'.---.-"_Dec. 3, 1915 Fired o'n,. but proceeded. I /
nine month/* ago nix men were mostly ans. Petrolite-------------Pee. 5 1915Roaconnet. ) 'eubmarinerepeatedly "
Fired on by Austrian
"recruits. Some of them hardly knew The experience some of the men had I
t:: the first principle! of what constituted I are interesting, and'our' people will be_' stopped. after vessel had ,

r soldier; practically none of them rpjrulcd' with stories' of the C irepserland I .._._June 18, 1916 Damaged. by mine or torpedo.
,. in tactics but in and activities along the Hioj '
were drilled military .
Kansan. -- -----Oct., -T1916 Fired on by. U-B3 leaving: U. S,
t the time they spent with Uncle Sam j Giande/ for time' to cnme. What end ., r Struck mine after reaching
P they became *:o proficient that they re. I has seen and "heatd"-home heard a I other side. Six m<<<*n injured in a
'turned home with a reputation for efllcicncy I great dent more than they Raw at mine explosion. '
from a military and other times, according to some of the yarns j .Hunao (Philippine)...Oct. 28, 1910( Destroyed by German submarine.
standpoints! which |places Company H Fpun-would fill n big book, and thP-.1 Columbian, ..,.-,__.__Nov. 7, 1910 Sunk by German Bubmariq .. .
second ,to DIP entire regfment.<< men naturally delight In tilling their Chemunp..Nov.; : 20, 1116! Sunk by Austrian submarine. ", l ,; ./
j. A straggling organization,' as they stories. While stirring and thrillingtaled St. Helens_ ......Dec.) 16, 191i<<1 Attacked by German submarine. .. .'' .' ;',
I Ii left for Black Point, men with pale'' of battle\ are / from .their .
hissing\ Rebecca. Palmer.-,': .Dec. 14, 1916 Fired on by German '
narratives and the of actual submarine.\ house needs come in and let .
faces, poorly if hardly Equipped) at all, :' a Damage light. Just( as soon as your painting
the same men have returned to their wttrfaw cannot be dwelt upon; thereIs Calna--------------, Dec. 15,, 19iO\ Fired 'on by German submarine.' us show: you how little' it will cost you to use DEVOE. ;
homes, bronzed, 'swell\ J Kt't-up, manly a great deal to interest all. The Sacramento*.,-Jan. 9, 1917 Fired on by German submarine... We say "DEVOE" because it's absolutely pure. ";
and just as good soldiers as can be men were constantly on the alert, :Westwegro_..Jan. '21 ']917, fewer longer and
Stopped by German submarine That's takes gallons, wears ;.
, : vhy DEVOE
) at'the call
found 'anywhere in 'i.fc i army of our: ready to invado the Jund'to skirmish with "':Mexican to. proceed.' costs less by the job or by the year. ,
Uncle Samuel.Speaking : the :\ 01'
JlOlu o'nlc'-h-._ Fcb..3 1917LymanrVint Sunk .
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froiih* personnel of the forces,. bandits' an 1i..r-gulI.tJ'"IAJJ..Uu'! e .. .And.-tbJtPs.'Whywe.glU..mteeDe: bo'ivithout'resencer: -
) s "-- C.;..!t!; :f..eb-1S'1)11'; turned by German dubmlrlne.-\ / .
:, J-rowpaflyj"CH7itBltt':"KMr+ Bat rihttt\ t: he :case mfiy havt"teen, and that they Algonquin.------.March 12, 1917 Sunk. by German sUb'I!' arine.

had -no. complaint to register against didn't get interaction. was no fault oi City of Memphis..-Ma/eh 17,1917 Sunk by German submarine. by W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY
theirs. there
any man. While it naturally took Consequently were no
and B returned gunfire. Building Hardware Roofing: Paints, Oils, Rope, Pumps, Gat Engines, Mill Supplies Etc.'
some lessons on 'th s part of few to i Casualties, Company Illinois....March 18, 1917 'Sunk by German submarine tortpedo.
P realize the importance of military discipline ,,, homo without the loss of a single man KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

and obedience, .there ,was, not: scimethinir alone which is a matterof yjKilanciaJ..w..l..March Is, 1917, Sunk bysubmarine without ..
one incident occurring during the entire congratulation, and indeed pleasingto : :
time they were in service, which the mothers?the sweethearts and I *
would tend to mar the good feelings of others who lhold' tlvm: dear. .. -
brotherly love -between officers and ),j The guardsmen have varied impresgions KISSIMMEE POULTRY'ASS'N Rats Are

..L l men. Jle complimented 'his brother but recollectionsof, the routineof performed\ by our boys without a murmur dier. The time is coming, he insisted, WAS RECENTLY ORGANIZED Dangerous

commissioned officers: in a high degree I 1 camp life would disappear if the" closing: with a brilliant tribute to that the private in the rear ranks i Kill Tbra By Uria
and the non-coms and even down to country's need was apparent, the Substance 'On March 19th few of
and would Monday, a
he Stars Stripes get his dues not all the credit STEARNS'ELECTRIC
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last in
the the ranks
,. rear of the soldier's remarks being: Kissimmee's poultry men met in the
came in for his'! share of appreciationof that the experience gainedwas well Lieut. Lee Jarrell took occasion to and glory should go to the officers, as I. City Hall and organized the Kissim PASTE
services from his commanding of worth its cost and ell some 'tales out of school" on the the enlisted '
they would cheerfully I man is really the one mee Poultry Association, the main
: ficer. The record made by the Kis- enter their boys in order to tell of some experiences O. Government Boy It
again if they upon whom the brunt of battle falls- object of which is to co-operate in *
.immee soldi-ersrWot\ only for their called of himself and his. men. These .oLD avaRYWI &&-tStuxltUM
were .
: home city but for the Second Infan upon. were amusing in the extreme, but later he does the real fighting. With the and promote the raising of pure bred
: Interest in. military will not be allowed poultry in Osceola county, and for the
try, as well, is one highly appreciated to wane. The men of Company in' the evening when the men themselves -. statement that he was not in favor( of betterment of marketing same., P. G. I.I .oo.oooo. o...
fcy the regimental commander, Col. B will have weekly drills, and these were asked to give some impressions universal, giving his White was elected prseident and E.
f Standing, who gave out will be watched with interest by our of their services in the cactus reasons, and reciting some of the important A. Milton, secretary and treasurer. I'
;<; . that effect upon his return to the people, who are anxious to Poe them growing:>country, they scored one matters before Congress in The 'board of directors consists of C. W
?it' t fetate. Without the co-operation of the <<'n in 'actoin." The first public drill on the genial. officer, all of which dem. which he had taken a part, telling of P. G. Whit3, E. A. Milton, H. T. I, GRIFFIN
:t' \tentire membership, it would have been will be given next Tuesday night, onstrated the fact that all on the border accomplishments for his district, and White M. L. Schreifels and Dr. J. ,
Impossible to enjoy the excellent reputation when it Is expected that practicallyevery was not anxiety and work by any for Kissimmee, his. -home city the Schreifels.We A.I
':;' which Company B has made. man will be in line when the assembly means. The fact was brought out, Congressman closed in a most eloquent invite all raisers of thorough' Staple and FancyGROCERIES
.. Captain Katz is proud of his men, and is blown. There is some however, by Lieutenant Jarrell ,that manner again touching on the bred poultry in .Osceola county to joinin "
", \ the men are proud of their offic.'!rs. speculation as to present relation of his i men were always ready for any patriotism and valor of the soldier with us .
,The question has been askedare the men in the army since they are kind of duty which may have developed boys( in whose honor the banquet was The next meeting'will be Saturday,
the men glad to get home? Invariably and at a call to arms every man given. ,"
mustered out of (the federal March 24, at P. G. White's shoe shop,
,the answer i is "yes." Nine months, service. It Is a fact that they are now was found to be in place ready /l10r Senator C. A. Carson,was next called No. 15 Broadway. Come and be withus. '
'of soldiering, while intarestlng to a National Guardsmen of Florida, and business; the call, however, having upon, and stated that undue advan. E. A. MILTON, Free,Delivery to all Part
v great degree, has its drawbacks.: Life will so remain until their enlistmentof been a false alarm. The popular young tage had been taken of him; he had ,Secretary. of the CityC.
pets monotonous-the same thing day ) three years has been completed,. or officer thanked the people of Kissim- been invited to speak at the banquet tI t.
in and day out gets on the nerves of they are again called into the Federal mee ''for all courtesies shown' to the Monday night, and consulting, his A sore' throat can be treatest best toooooooooooo..OOO -r
some men, and consequently ,there'is'. 1; service. They are subject to call at men, who are complimented highly and watch he now found that it was Tues from the outside. The throat should OOOOOO
not a man in the local company who ; any time from Uncle Sam during the said that this' appreciation on the,partof day. Therefore, his remarks were be rubbed4, gently with Ballard's Snow
how feels that he is back In God's period of their three years from time the command would be shown in brief. beginning with an amusing Incident 'Liniment. ,Apply at night and cover
country, and that Florida is the finest of enlistment. many ways in the future. He called attention of the life of CongressmanSears with a cotton cloth bandage; by mornIng F. THRASHER ,
-. to the fact that Company B' when the latter was a lad, and the soreness will disappear. Price
had the distinction of being the clean-: the elder Sears was in a quandary 25c, SOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by SHEET METAL WORKER
KHAKI-CLAD HEROES GIVEN FRESH FROM LAND OF CACTUS est, the best behaved, and one of the what to make out of his son. A test Osceola Pharmacy.Job .
most efficient commands in service on was carried out-It proved that Joe Metal Roof. P.1.n and .
ENJOY REAL "CHUCK"kcontlriued the border and in point of efficiency Sears destined to become C..ra..11 t
was '
% a politician rinting: of many kinds is done, '* (
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,' could not be outclassed. and such was the outcome. The PHONE m.R "* : i
and done well tie
at office of the
tContiuned From Page One.) {t[ i From |Page One, ) Congressman W. J. Sears was the speaker eloquently referred to our "Oll!
principal speaker of the evening and Valley Gazette. ;
a greet and mingle with friends and young1 soldiers, complimenting their ', /" !!
We'Whipped "
of "How Mexico dwelt for time the
but in some on patriotic work, their appearance and truly said -- -- --- - - ---
t.o .. .
relatives, the men were called Into the of his rendered the from
course remarks said that services by men that hte most loyal soldiers make the .
'JUne, for the purpose of checking in while they did'not have' an opportunity Company B, of whom not only he, not most efficient citizens calling upon KALAMAZOOUse M. TILLER
"their equipment, which took a short to fight the Greasers the men were only the people of Kissimmee, but the the men of Company 1 to use the
v apace of time. Then they were prevented ready at all times to answer the,call entire nation was proud, as they werea same discretion, obey: the same impulses Kalamazoo Paprkloth Ice
'' with tickets for a banquet to to arms, and would have given a good unit Of our great<< American army, and carry themselves In the a Real L.Estate Agency: I
y be given in their honor after which account of themselves under all cir. than whom no more efficient or braver same thorough manner in civil life as Blanket thi Summer. m mmmm m %%.m %m. *m m
the command was again formed and cumstances. He complimented his set of men could be found anywhere they'' had demonstrated in the life as
then marched to the grandstand, men,.and was not hesitant in calling ill the world." 'He said that we had a soldier. Before closing his remarks It Saves 1-3 the Ice BillIt's Realty bought and sold.
where public exercises though brief attention to the fact that 'it is the !eason to thank God for the fact that Senator Carson expressed not only his Houses rented.
they were, welcomed the men back man in the ranks who makes the! command not onlv did our boys respond nobly to appreciation of the men's services but doing it for thousands, it will Taxes paid .and Titles' veri6.d <
home" in an 'official') manner. and the reputation, enjoyed by the call for duty, but that He saw fit those of the citizens in general. He do it for YOU. Only 25 cents postage for non-residents. .
Senator C. A. Carson called the men and officers alike, Company B t(o return the command without the was followed by a few remarks from paid.
assemblage to order and in a few but had made a splendid record, had received loss of a single man having: 'seen the Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, after which Fire, Life and Accident InI I !
'eloquent words extended the men in high compliments from army men on parada ,at Black Point last the benediction was pronounosd by H. W, HALLOCK Live Oak flat surance.Indemnity.
r :khaki a welcome in behalf of the citizens officers, and returned hoine with the week the speaker complimented the Rev. C. II. Summers of the First Bonds
of Kissimmee-and assured each Sigh honor of being one'of the best, soldiers on Oeir. exceljent soldierly Methodist church which brought the ? ,General Agent
? 'and all of them that their return to If not the best company, in one of the bearing> and efficiency in drill, saying testimonial of appreciation to a close. oO.GOO qOo.9. 't..o..
'their homes and loved ones was an most efficient infantry regiments that there was a great contrast between -
'event which had been looked for and which was on duty on the border. He the men of nine months ago, -- - ---- -
ft "was appreciated to an extent which thanked the citizens for their sincere and the men when returning from the ,IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS o OO..tO..o .., ,oooo..o ,
} 1 words alone could not express. ThankIng welcome, saying that the men appreciate 'tour:( of duty. The speaker then cited FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook
':""' the soldiers briefly for their loyalty the honors bestowed in a manner some of the difficulties with which INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE'
?. shown to their country, their city which could hardly be expressed. Milton Congressmen were confronted within Mother! If tongue is coated, i
r ;and their loved ones, the speaker introduced Pledger, president of the Chamber the past nine months, and what was cleanse little bowels with "Cali
. Congressman W. J. Sears of Commerce, was next called even now before them, and hopedthathe fornia Syrup of Figs." Let us insure your Life, your Health, your Property.
". The'distinguished statesman gave the upon, and made one of the best patriotic would be given 'strength and courage Mothers can teat easy after giving
n returning soldiers a welcome, which speeches that has-been heard in to discharge, his duties' for the "California Syrup of Figs." because ina Information in regard'to property for
'r ''they will ever remember.. In the most sometime, touching on a man's duty belt interests of his constituents and few hours all the clogged-up waste, sale and rent
'eloquent terms he expressed'' his to his country; the duty which was countrymen in this perilous hour in sour bile and fermenting food gently cheerfully given.
'thanks and the of all Which' the nation finds itself. While moves out of the bowels.. and you
," appreciation! , , In addition to fifteen othergo
--------------- --- - companies
'for me noble manner in whiCh the r > the war clouds were dark indeed, the have a weUplyfufchiici. again. :,
*"en from Company B had responded turn to the land of mesquite and cac- Congressman hoped that yet the silver\ Sick children needn't be coaxed to" now represent the well known rHOMB
f *; the call * duty and had perform. tus, if he was not satisfied with his lining behind the darkness would be take this harmless "fruit laxative.
li .Y 'led such without murmur and comjplaipt surroundings in this beautiful city, discerned which meant that the world Millions they of mothers know its keep action it handy the because FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York

/ and with credit to themselves then the regular army of Uncle Sam would soon be at peace, and our boys stomach, liver and bowels is on ::1, Gr.TAGNER: :
promptand .
land the people and country they rep- was always ready to receive his serv could remain at home. But, if these sure.

; a-esented. He stated that his home ices. Speaking on preparedness of men from Company B were again'' Ask your druggist. for 'a 50-ctlnt : Second floor Citizens Bank Bldg. K:" simmee Fla..
'Comingwas quite a contrast 'with the the nation for War,. CongressmanSears ailed to duty, he felt that there wouldhe bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," ,
{ leaving bf the men for the front nine called attention to the fact that a united response, and each would which contains directions for babies, 0..0.0. "..0 00 O'.OOOh.. ......... 00'..,
Months ago, when tears of sorrow never before were we better preparedthat do his duty to the fullest extent as is children of all ages and for .grown -
'. Y ." were shed, now' taken place by tears statistics showed our navy to becoming a patriotic citizen: and sol I ups.
of Joy upon their return. Everybody be third in line of battleships, and that
C <,/ its proud of the record made and he our trained' soldiers were among the SEMINOLE LIMITED
: cited: the fact that the war clouds hovering bravest and the best, and he took occasion ,
over the nation were dark at to criticize Ambassador Gerard
,_ 7: the present time, still hoping that the upon the latter's return'to this All-Steel Electric-Lighted Train '
,, necessity would not arise to have the country, in,giving out a supposed in. GOODPRINTING
-;' Men called back to the defense off terview to the press, the contentsof Birmingham, Chicago and St. Louis
a their country again, but was confident which was that he (Gerard) was
that should a call: be made for further : amazed at the unpreparedness of the Lw Jacksonville...A C L.. $.00 PM Sun Parlor Observation Car,
dutyfor "Old Glory" that the... men United States With another appeal to 'S.- Lv Waycro**.__.....A C L 11.05 PM Compartment and Drawing-Room
b, .!'from Company B would respond as the young soldiers to conduct them .... Ar Alban ........A C L 2.3 AM Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to Chi
quickly and as nobly as'they did some selves in civil life with' the same per Lv Albany...."._. CofO 2.40 AM cago.
months ago: ; this time they would go faction and, obedience as they did Lx.Annrlcus.Cof O 3.fcO AM Drawl I1.Room Sleeping Car
Vis trained soldiers, as good as"any to while l in the service of Uncle Sam, the Columbus. ....,C of Q C.10AM .JacKsonviUo to St. Louia. ..
be found anywhere in the country, instead speaker concluded by again in 'most character of matter'Da1r.. indelible LvOpe kII"'H CoCO 7.10AM Free Reclining
printed Chair Core
an Jacksonville
of the raw recruits of last Jnna." eloquent terms, expressing' to the THE your m- Ar Birmingham.. C of Q 11.55AM to -
He told the men that if any regrettedcoming khakiclad!' of Company B the appreciation pression-food or bad-upon those who ee it. More people Lv BlrtnISgttam-'IC 1LlSPM Carbondale;'Chicago largo and, St. Louis, high and ,: .
back home, being desirous ofstaying of the citizens and the country Ar Cairo .. IO 10.45PMArCarfcendale.L backed scats easy -
standing-r-lhe character and of
d ; quality product ''
I : -;your un- >
Inthe service border for
t' : onthe, ? their noble .services rendered to C I C 1158PMArSULouK -
( they could feel that it was their moth. I their country. latene.s-bythat than by any other one thing. Therefore, the nagaalte and Seat Car J& kaon- *' ifVllle

i term who brought them back home, and , Following the speaking, the crowds need for the,.right kind of printing. .' ';..,u. 1 C 7.20AM to Chicago l -_ ..
In this Instance gave some facts as to began to disperse, while the soldier Ar S3rd St. (ChlUM) I C' 7.31AM Dining Car serve all meals e"n'
> the problems confronting representatives boys were encircled: by their "frienda 'Our hobby' is : Ar Chicago(Ce* 8U.J) ,,1 Q ''7.45 AM route, service a la carte. ..
good: printing.-snot'fancy, fussy printingbutgoodprinling
in Congress during the time the listening to many interesting stories -,
men were on the, border I Incident to their work on-. the .border. ,: : :' with, character?quality;and finish-the right ;type, Na OCT.IUO 1NPOauTION.OLt.pINO' eon )<..,,,,.TtoM. '
made to them from mothers another right (lock,"right iIIu.tration.-11: blended ;into a strong, dignified A'f"TO, sae TIOKCT .C.T o1ATLANTIC

"relatives which was to a, have revelatiop the men to 'many'of returned Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System 'whole-the kind that will make a food "impression; for you.'' .. COAST LINE RAILROAD I""

'th M 'who had gathered to"",listen to The Old Btaadard sreneral ptrvflBthetitJiB toac&OKOVB "THE BTANDARB RAILROAD Or THI.OUT.: p
l '. TAOTHLHbd chill/ TONIC drive oat Give us a chance on your next job., .
the speaker/ any man was not glad I aWiri.e.ekbn the biood.eadbolld..ab.tTrtem. ) A. w. FRI'TOT"j.. 1 1miorn
Ato.g, .t'h.nie-and. really wanted to re- Atr.etyaia. Pot:e4111t8 aa4 blldft.. too i' ,1,1, i. .'.. pB.CH. .(*..-irr. .. .;..... 11I'0. P..C..C"G. RIILA..N.D.T a. s. S..' ,J
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t I IIIIIflNlIINtflI NfllgliN011NiNIIIIiflNIINNgNNIIN NIIf m' KISS1MMCE? PUBLICITYIN He: used a pebble *

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" FLORIDA LANDS' .lam :In" his .d day, :to ,k ep..

Ill Buckeye Big Citrus Trees .1 -' !

\ FORMAT10 most"-9"
"Florid* Landsthe handsome

k Will Save Planters a Year GROVE N booklet printed by the .entsrprldni: 'WE i see y "1..

.1 realty firm of M. G.. Kibbe &: Co., ; ,
4 Buckeye IVureeriea have ln stock for *tmmedlat. snip- which l Is being given wide
s ment thouunda of tlae citrus trees the GARDEN &, FIELD clrculatlon'i
K larger sizes.
These !is contains, the
will fruit at 'least a earlier following i.elerence; tKlMimmee >
;year than trees of
+: ordinary size., For this reason it is to 3 Questions ,ANSWERED! IMMEDIATELY : I
them economy buy I BY MAIL
even at somewhat greater first cost 5== Meta N M.C.PRANOB.Den Ham. Klsslmmee the Center of an Extensive IGLEYSl'
lmBT2at trees "1W* "P'P' .. It I II doubly M Imsoai &TOOMEK FEaniizen. COHJMNVFLA. Farming Section I

may catch to'up wits the larger older Ue.< so If the new trees = JACk.ONViats, ., -Klssimmee II not only "a rapidly
ones. you wait untilH
growing town and teat but it
county '
next. season to -
..> you will lore replace mlas1ng< .time.trees In your grove, ;g i is in the center of a thoroughly intensive %
a yw !Trees; be M Drip
farming section where the farm-
safely pUnted to
up April 15th.
B: Is it'profitable tb spray for thrip In era vie with each other as to which
. Leading Varieties, Healthy Stock ff: the grovel can bring from the soil the Urges
Answer It is always a question as vegetable of any given variety or the %
Order Now or You Maybe Too Late f| to whether it would be profitable to greate t:yield per acre.. A. a result, t fi '
spray for thrip and this question must people who visit Florida hear of the _
Th. Bu fky
r < clock of tarr =
t tree. I. ..tronlf'' in the be decided by actual examination of wonderful products o( Kissimtnee \ \
I Jour ."eaP.alalih. _Valencia =E= grove conditions. When there is a full farm and they disbelieve and view
e .nd t and Inman Lue Olm long .rahlr. =i bloom and not an excessive numberof with decided suspicion the things they
.rap.(rull. Late sad Waller i Iff= thrip they live on ,the, pollen only hear. But it is rare that these tales ".
w = and no particular damage is done On are exaggerations. In fact, the one la
,( Our are,. olllnr tr> "up cannot dally la and E-= the other hand, when there' is a scant who tells them would fear to make I / '
2? ? >t tfk
. IndennltBljr.: .To male -.l.
ling Iiuokeye yre..a (it..erf: S bloom and the season Is particularly Last. winter Kisslmmo built something _
place ,.
ord.r r
; Ire. and your price. 011 application.. Culilvli == has been proved that over twothirdsof over 170 new residences, and ; 1 M
r the fruit was lost through not still there is hardly< a chance for the t1 1 ? '
Buckeye Nurseries Jj spraying, this by actual test inthe newcomer to rent house while he is \l k e' '
... grove, leaving.certain trees unsprayed preparing his own for tccupancy. The
i K* M.JC.GllUt i>.c, O and spraying other trees with the leading hotel of the town recently i
y > tiUzeu Bank Bid*., Tampa, Fla. E- Black Leaf 40. This should be used added forty rooms to its former onc-j- (
A. as follows: adequate space and now there' are
;: %-Ib. Black Leaf 40. nights when people have to be laced 11 r

,. IlIUIl ll1I! 1 U1UII/UllfinmnIlUlIIWIUIIIIIIIUUl1/lllummI/lIllIIl// / !/ II / IIU/fIIDulij/ !! 1 gallon lime sulphur solution. on .cots. The assessed valuation oJ
75 gallons water. the, county increased a round million 1/ I
W. H. BROKAW SalesmanWatkins The spray being directed to the dollars last year, being now approximately PIWRIGLEYS /- .. '
bloom, for it is there that the thrips three millions.' And the Increase .. -
Block gather. has only begun.
FLORIDA . While these figures seem to indicate Rives us a .
...... .Melanose i i a.boom,.there boomin ; ,
. .. ... '
)m'D I understand there is melanose in the western acceptance' of that .. wholesome antiseptic .
,. .f .STOMACH TROUBLE, my grove. Is it due to neglect on.. the term. This increase in population has ,
GASES 'OR DYSPEPSIA part of the caretaker T How can it be been of people who came for substan refreshing confection to''
remedied? tial reasons, farmers who have purchased
F EBf J their homes and farms and take 'the of the '
OnBSOJI > Answer Melanose is a very com- are place caveman's
waj1 Tape' Dlapepsin" make Sick Soar "
mon trouble throughout the ,state. even now reaping harvests from th? *
. Gassy Stomachs surely feel I fine Probably there is' not a grove that lana:' This will last. It cannot. go under pebble. 'W".D ',.
::\ *.--.:?'I In fire in "night- like 'tne. "mines 0 IN
? minutes. does not have it to a.greater! or less a ; SELLSFire extent. We' certainly would'not consider when the 'rich vein proves to be' a > >
We teeth breath
If what you just ate Is souring on that its presence was necessarily pdtlcet,- or the 'oil field which' booms help appetite, .
your stomach or lies like'a lump of from neglect, though it it true that and dies in a fortnight, for it Is found digestion and deliciously '
Life, Accident. .and lead, refusing to digest, o; :you belch great care in the righ direcion can do ed on the very basis of all life-the .. ,
gas and eructate sour, undigested much oward reducing the trouble.. soil and what the,.soil will 'produce. soothe mouth and throat with
t r ; Health, Plate Glass, Liability food or have a feeling of dizziness; Melanose is a fungous disease; this As a place of residence, Kissimmea
heartburn, fullness nausea, bad taste fungus matures only in dead tissue. should appeal to those who like natur. this welcome sweetn eat.
and Boiler Insurance.: In mouth and stomach-headache?you The! same fungus gives ,two kinds of al beauty and quiet hours. It has become a
can get blessed relief in five minutes.! trouble In the grove; the trouble I a model in a moral way,even the The Wrigley Specimen want to aen"i you
' Put an end to stomach trouble forever known as mala is In. Sunday laws being rigidly enforced, r
: Legal Bonds Executed nose a superficial their Book of Gum-ptlon. Send a'poatal
by getting a large fifty-cent: case oiPape's fection that takes place on extremely and the municipal government;winks
r Same Diapepsin from any drug store.! youvg, tender tissue. It :will be found\ at nothing ag far as the outsider can for ''It today, Wm. Wrlfiley Jr. ,Co., ,
, Day You less realize in five minutes how need. 'on twigs and leaves as well as one the fee,'that would detract from th 1732 Keaner Building Chicago. "a' ;
it is to suffer
from indigestion: of the town in this 'It -
" fruit. ,It really never does any serious .standing sense.
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. damage in this form far is extremely healthful, one of the
as as
It is the quan
s OFFICE: State Bilk Building tor In,the quickest,world., surest It's wonderful.stomach doc- tity and quality of,,the fruit is. con- boasts of 'the town being that it is The Flavor Lasts !,
cerned, but because of these melanose "the healthiest town In the United ,
or'f .. markings, the fruit is put in the rus- States." 732
Seed-grafted avocados often, bear Kissimmee's high school .
f Ef, getv clans which means about,SOc per building !,
second ; three varieties; stand box reduction in price, and SOc off the erected at a cost of $25,000, has modern i
Try flORIDAllETALPRODUCTSCa more cold titan oranges. Write J. B. total profit is something that(should i appliances for the instruction of iI .
Beach, West Palm Beach, for free be very carefully considered. pupils; and its principal and teachers I
4. MANUFACTURE booklet. 7tf l rank with the best.
Metanose infection takes place Pupils graduated
" METAL .... .... early, though it does not show up very until -.: from' the high sqhool are admitted ,te I CHOOSING BREEDS OF SWINE \f..
n > later in college without examination
. De QoMN. Tint DOM Net Affect TIM Meal the summer. It can be prevented : any .
CEILINGS JIfte"M erf IU toale and Uuttn erect LAXA. by spraying with a fungicide; curriculum consists of every study necessary -
TIV8 BaoklO ODININX txtttcTUu.onliM* but spraying with fungicides is not to to equip a 'student for sue To assist hog raisers and 'prospec-1,lied upon as the principal grain foehogs. '
!1i': Quiches rUiriac Im and bod.dam sot CMM BcnnninM act be recommended except where one cessfully engaging in any walk In life tlvo hog raisers in determining the '
the fall
rink kit the IcaMnn of B. W. CKOVB.a.mead: 3M really has to do it because of scab) be excepts the arts and sciences and the best breed of hogs to keep the United The principal breed of the lard
1i'e insr,in the grove.since funiricid higher* professions., The building t II States Department of Agriculture has type are the Poland China, Berkshrle.
METAL means-an increase ie7 The owned by the county:and,ic'known as recently issued a now Farmers' Bulletin Chester White, Duroc Jersey andIlathpehire.
200 L"BsE. approved method for controlling mel the Osceola High School, although '765, Breeds of Swine. Accordingto The' lard type of hog is.
-. anose is careful pruning and cleaningup every neighborhood in the county; this bulletin, there Is no best breedof low set and compact, with a very wide
MMK TODAY MATERIAL 01. of all dead twigs, leaves, and decayed where { a sufficient number of: swine. Some breeds are superiorto and deep body. Theahoulden; should
CATALOGUES) fUlUlU No $f> R ARMOUR fruit. children has a public echoed with a others in certain respects and one be full although not coarse, with full
\ QUOTATION* The same fungus causing melanose full corps of teachers.. There are four breed may be better adapted than hind quarters and hams carried out
takes a much more serious form in hundred pupils in the high school at' another to certain local conditions. straight to the root of the' tail, and
stem end rot. This attacks the matured present. One of the best features con The. essential point is that after the thickly fleshed down to the hock The
t" MUSIAl G'For fruit and..causes a very serious loss nected with this school is that parents farmer has once decided upon the kind flesh should be thick and evently dis*<
E. through decay. There will first be a whether they be permanent or of hop to raise he should stick to his trlbuted tht body.
softening of the tissue around the temporary residents, can enter their .decision and develop {tht chosen breedto The throughout ", and largely
stem, this this softened area will turn children without the cost of a cent ex. its highest possible standard.. It is determined by market conditions. At
Sprain Lameness, brown and develop quite an offensive cept the purchase of the necessary not feasible for one individual to raise present pigs weighing from 175 to 250
Sores Cuts Rheumatism ( odor. The disease works rapidly downthe books, and the yare sold to the pupilsby several different kinds of breed and pounds ordinary command the high
center of the fruit from the.stem the county at actual cost., brlrig.-them perfection.: In making; est prices: '
Penetrate and Hear. FERTILIZERSThirty to the blossom end, and even before The"' city owns the electric light' ils choice too, the farmer should be The principal breeds of the bacon
Stops Pain At Once there is much outside showing the en- plant, which is not only Self-sustain guided by the kind of breeds already type are the Tamworth and large''
tire fruit is ruined because of each ing, but nets a revenue of about two established in his locality. If he selects Yorkshire, both of British origin. The
For Man,, and Beast section being' infected from I the cen thousand annually, after thoroughly one'of thtse'he is not likely to bacon type la very different from the
25c.50c.$1. At All Doalera. year ,Experience in all ter. This stem-end rot is greatly, in- I lighting the streets to the remotest make a mistake., lard type, being longer Inleg\ and
parts of Florida and throughout ducde by the presence of scale becausethe sections of the city. A compute waterworks There are two distinct types of body, with less width of back, and
the U. S.; the world's finest scale have a tendency to gather and sewerage system has wine, namely, the lard and the bacon lighter in the shoulders and neck.: The
LINIMENTCity i materials brought direct from around the calyx and each scale punc- been installed In Kissimmee within types" Swine of the lard type far out. first impression that this type conveys -,
producing points and rigidly analyzed ture gives better'opening for stem end the last few months, which will not numbers those of the bacon type in Is one of leanness and lankiness;
,.!' ;. complete equipment developed rot I Is greatly induced by the presence only reduce the' present insurance the United States.. The lard type is Much emphasis is laid on the develop.
" through building and of scale because the scale have a ten- rates, but will add to the already high preferred by the peoplo,of.this country ment of tht side, because It is the siiit\
I"; operating/ 30 fact dries-enables dency to gather around the calyx and standard of health. Population now consequently the majority ,of of the hog tha..: is used for the pro.
. us to "build" long-lasting, crop- each scale puncture gives better about 4,000. feeders produce .11 rapid fattening, duction of bacon. On the other hand,
v 1 making, humus-building quality opening for stem end rot infection. heavy fleshed lard type. Th bacon large, heavy hams are not desirable on : '
* into Armour Fertilizers.Fiftyfour Because of this it is not at all usual A good treatment for a Cold settled type Is not raised extensively in the a bacon hog.Detailed .
for the spraying to prevent melanose h\ the.lunR's is a Herrtcks Red Pepper of '
United States. The production
of our standard, well- descriptions of the various
marking: to result in an increase of Porous Plant anplied to the in those
known brands choice bacon is more general
are\offered with
Market item end rot, hence the advice to chest to draw out Inflammation, andBallard' is breeds with discussions, are containedIn
2%, 3% or 5% potash, or with- keep sections where the feed of the hog
out potash, as desired. Booklet the. conditions sanitary rather than to Horehound Syrup to relax more varied and where corn is not re the bulletin already mentlo led.
introduce I .ightness. You get the two remedies 1
: free showing complete line of should be done spraying.during Pruning growing never seaons. for the price of one by buying the dol. --_ ._- _-_
: Fresh I floridaand .. There are two dormant seasons lar size. Horehound Syrup; there is a '
Citrus Fertilizers
In the citrus grove during the year, porous plaster free witheach bottle. I'if

: ; Western Meats Field Crop Fertilizers one in December and early Januaryand .-Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.-- .. S.
one in June and July. if
. Vegetable Fertilizers Answer: Shake the prepared spray ,
, Fertilizer Materials hoioughly. If suds form and show
of all kinds. for two minutes you have enough. If "'.
Blood &,Bone Tankage Ants are attacking the new foliageon not, more soap should be added. A
Spraying Materials my peach trees. What can for bottle is handy in making this test. Spray PumpsInsecticides : };
them? .. +aJ rci '
Phone your orders Stock tt Poultry Feeds Answer: We' are enclosing Printed ar + 1

and they sfrmour Fertilizers directions This is the for only breaking way that up ants can 6

Fnrlch the Tleld eradicated, for so long as the nests Mist means death to t :
SoU-tocreasi tile spray your
will be promptly I ,,,% .
J" Hasten Katarttr-Inprov tile !Quality I are continue In good to replenish working order the number they will of crop enemies. TVe have fall stock .It
'of the Right:Material* and the Best
;; delivered. worker however active a campaign is
Waters & Carson' 6ro. Co.
y carried on'against them. Machines. ,Our experience dates from ,;;:;

KISSIMMEE FLA. We believe, though, that the first the ,very: first spraying: In Florida. ,__. :rte
of trouble lice. < I;
: cause your BPKIAllY ADAPTED
., Phone 44MACHINERY MANUF"ACTURED'BY Ants are very likely to gather on new BEND FOR, SPRAY CATAIXXJCTB. ,,3
rrowth. Look carefully over your foliage -
ARMOUR FERT. WORKS'JACKSONVILLE. particularly on the' under' sides For Your Wilson & Toomcr Fertilizer Co. "
of the leaves, and see if you do not 1-
FLA. find a tiny insect there and a sticky Manufacturers pf Ideal Fertilizers. -\;
:N secretion. This "honeydew" will, of StateF"gZEE Jacksonville, 1
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J: : the leaves below the infested area. .' r
.s Ask Your Grocer Plant lice can be readily cleaned up by <' 1 1J
spraying with one pound Black Leaf .of ',
' % SAWMILL For 40 to '125 gallons 'of,wuater in which -, --J-Ja :
enough soap has been' dlssloved ,to Qor tpstrvctive Catalogue
break the hardness of the Water. Great ....
AND CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES care must be taken for thorough work and.Weekly Price .List n
and the under aide of the>leaves must

ALL SUPPLIES be completely cohered, for it is onlyth SEND FO: : R I
insects that hit which killed
are are '

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Best By Every Test You always advise "enough soap to Prom
Get Your Job Printing the Valley""Gazette
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F :' I' "BOOTLEGGING" GANG' RUNS AMUCK; ORLANDO IS TO HAVE 912MOO Representative Ames Lewis After Abolishmentof the for capital thirty-five of the to ,forty legislature days' 'and meeting then".

I adjourning until this fall,, when

I MARSHAL OVCRSTREET ON THE JOB Before, December-1 Orlando will County School ,Boards and Commissioners session can be finished out. In this the:,

have a modern; three story, fire proof way the members would be able to secure '

I Through the good work'of',Marshal of himself and some of his' coworkers :' rooms apartment and costing house $125,000.consisting' Mr.of Chas.P. 150. Looking to the abolishment of-the -"There Is considerable increasing talk among their nts on the all sentiment pending measures of their, conatltu.and the ''

Orel-street a gang of "bootleggers" it was not long before there was Dow is now bending e'eryenercy Boards of County Commissioners and the members about the legislatorsare state. senate, by the time it la reeon, .
sufficient evidence obtained to land It is cited vened, would have before
pay. it
members toward organizing a stock company the School Boards, Representative for all the :iU;,
: ilk has been broken up, and five tho bunch in jalLThe i now drawing> six dollars a day appointments of state's '
getting the architect's plans perfected Is attorneys and'
are now,+behind the bars, drawing scene in court Monday morningwas the most modem lines and Amos Lewis of Jackson county, the sixty days they are In session, and tircuit judges confirmation or -
arranging -
along resolution r*
working on a joint amount they received
Court on quite interesting one. "The ex that this is the same faction.' Bot branches of
in Mayor's an the
heavy sentences other details before the work will ask1' the 1917 Legislature to But. the assembly ;
hibits" presented before' His Honor ; years and years ago. could adjourn to date "
All of those concerned construction starts. a later In'i"year
Monday morning. to the a con. of
adopt submitting people, have run the cost
of rations
: in the "enterprise" are negroes were unique in many instances, and The structure will occupy the large stitutidnal amendment on this matter. double what it; used to be. by a majority vote, ,sand under
the defendantshad board to
& that
complete up the law have
were so lot at the of North they a perfect right t|
corner to'do
Orange avenue The Florida Record of recent issue,
who, it is said have been operating in no other way out of it than to' and Jefferson strst a The local hotels and boarding this." ,*
I this section for some time, it having take their medicine., Ed Smith who' Beacham's new colonial, residence.oppositeCol. ha the following to say on this and' will this year charge members from

'",;:' been rather a difficult matter .to get seemed to be the leader of the, gang,! Every room will have plenty of light other"It proposed will provide measures that :all of the sixty dollars up for room House and board rent, WAR OR PEACE?
evidence sufficient to convict. However was fined $100 and costs or: sixty daysIn : and air. There will be two and three business now= putting two in a room. ,
transacted by these two and the price of \
vile Henrietta Jackson and higher,
durance taxes are I
the marshal '"stayed with 'em"in ; room suites, although allowance has Our nation is
boards be attended to by ,boards th twill about double what they great lamenting
t such determined as to get drew a "package" of $50 or sixty I been made for will food stuffs are Over horror
a way : single rooms. They consist of the various county officers pf members oflegl.lature the of the war,
I I. the evidence, also the "ex days;; Cad McCoy considered hmiself have were when the salary is calm ,
necessary. every possible convenience assisted by the county attorneys fixed at six dollarsper But and non-resenting
.which caused Ed. Smith, lIen- fortunate in getting sixty days without I known to was
hibits., twentiethcentury apart- the latter being a member of the members cannotbe Of "depredations afar; \
the alternate,of paying a fine; The salary of .
1 rietta Jackson, Cad McCoy, Will Baker ment house designing county boards, just as the' attorney. enactment, the And wishes to remain peaceful :
and Barney Thompson to come .to Will Baker and Barney Thompson, Disappearing beds hidden kitchen raised by legislative
Throughout the awful
general is a member of the various that they receive wage, ",
who don't muffin" ale! constitution .
and land behind the bars. "jest know were cabinets ice boxes in all
grief rooms,'ivestibules state boards. The sheriff, having so than six dollars Though the struggle be lasting
lowed contribute each to the not per
to $25 more
,For some time past there has been city's strong box, and as a matter'of ,, baths, etc., are features plan. many bills that need approving, would day but an effort will be made to submit 'Throughout, .an endless age '
to believe that weret ned for the
:reason negroe. new building.' The apart .
probably not be'a member of the leav
consideration amendment t
engaged in the "favorite pastime" of compliment, and in of ment house embodies all of the various a constitutional But there time in '
in county board, but the clerk of court, comet a events
their extreme modesty court were ing it to the legislature."A
selling liquor those of their unique features of the
among California Of nation's
tax assessor and collector county sale of self- a patient strife.
also checked with bill to prohibit the
t color and reaping quite a harvest. up sixty days on houses.which
have proved so fascinating To
judgeregistration officer and school provide self-protection.
the streets in the event the ducats assessed rising flour In Floridp will be proposed
Different modes of operand! were used ., ,
superintnedent would be. And orc8erve our human life
those who' claim that thechemica ;
them not forthcoming. by
against were
I in dispensing of the fire water-even .. The building will be "E" shaped "Mr. Lewis points out the fact that'more into the flout to make it And Old Glory i* calm in wailing.
.. .. to carrying about bottles of )iquor in with courts between the wings;walks, than seventy-five thousand dollars rise s.injurious.put It is stated that As her music swell the breeze:
email parcels, so conveniently arranged There has been much "bootlegging"activity flower gardens, etc Ample reservations is spent annually in the state in are that And the dark cloud are gathering
the food laws simply require
that it could be dispensed by the among the negroes in this of has been provided so pure .'
space mileage for the members of the school From nation the .
the contents be labeled on the sack or across sea* ,
drink. So careful,were the dispensersthat section in the,past, but from all indications that the building may be enlarged in boards and county commissioners to .
it was difficult to get next to the they will have to adopt more the future should its success be as travel back and forth attending meet- barrel, but the injurious elements are And impresses her honor ( .
It is said that the upon
system, but it worked just once too stringent rules and regulations if they great as anticipated. A number of not prohibited.
ing of the new county boards, under The seriousness of the fact.
often for our trusty marshal, and af- get by Marshal Overstreet in the future prominent business men have taken domestic sclenoe departments of the ,
Mr..Lewis' constitutional amendment, That the crisis is her, ;
self- upon
jl various colleges have boycotted
ter a little detective work on the part stork declared their intention interest .
or to
: would be held, annually, and their And that she
T :- rising flours long: since, and that con loon mutt act t,
themselves financially. in the' proceedings printed in full in a news- siderable money : has already been For the defense of her people;
;' MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED mee postoffice for the tw> weeks end. Ve.,ture. paper in the county. "The latter would raised among the grocery people of To protect her honored name.
; It is the consensus of opinion that be required by the law. "I believe in Which for back back '
IN DIPPING VAT PROPOSITION ing April 2, Iil7i: Jacksonville to maintain a lobby here age in history.
Orlando needs such "
an apartment lots of publicity In'government, said of this bill. It is Has won its honored fame
.' W. Brown, Ada Pressie Brown, house to meet the growing demands Mr. Lewis."Among.. for the passage understood '
: .
; Since the county commissioners Fred Brown, Chas S. Barnes, Mrs. for such conveniences. The that consolidated Grocery !
err the bills that will be intro. Jacksonville Tampa Is I the price of peace patience .
"'. :.. 4 have expre"ed..themselve., favorably : Laura Blake, Mrs. Addie Callan, will meet with the'support it. duced the first day and read by their I and Company.of Pensacola, is in favor,of the- While the war surge on. .:
to' interstate George 'Elmstrong .Henry1'Gaulding merits and we trust nothing will inter title only-wilt be one which will sound And shall remain
the location of air dipping bill to the sale of selfrisingflour we patient. ,
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Mrs. H. E. Hayward Mrs. Crete Kal- fer4fwithl its the -: .
1 completion by opening ,
this"A biIJ I
like to be :
something <
m- 'would Until ell our pride is '
vat for .Kissimmee, there hat in Florida. A safe wager gone; !
lock. Miss Ada Lee, Mrs. B. D. Lane, of the winter season.Orlando
titled an act, to abolish the office o( I also' be thatthe various baking powder Or shall we engage in battle ;
been much interest raanfiested on the Mrs. Maggie McLillian, Tom Parratt, Sentinel. "
ate: naval stores Inspector. The For protection by
people should enjoy the.passage of our our -t
part of the cattlemen and the citizens Mrs.'Ida Mrs Rachel
Renfroe, Sylvester member who will this measure such If the i our decision.
generally, Ven more so than was an- R. G. Thomas. "Mrs. Maggie 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR states that he r.ropo.e enoughto a Let then-let u
"A member of the senate has a bill u* u*
ticipated. Every effort will be made Thomas, A. L. Taylor Mrs. F. F. !
LIVER AND BOWELS seek to punish the present holder of
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to ,the clerk of the state board t
to .bolJt..the successful conclusion
/ .r ''tL -..,, r.- ', bring of the- project within TVery,short Williams.Woodruff Mrs. Lilla, Williams. Albert ' this office, that be has'nothing against (\of pardons to keep a full and complete War ;is not our eager craving, t'
time. It is expected that at the next B.-B. SIMPSON. ,Cure ..Sick Headache. Constipation, Governor Catts nor his son-in-law but record of the vote of each member on With the world we want peace :'1
.. meeting of the county solons more Postmaster. 'Biliousneaa, Sour Stomach, Bad that as a member of, the last ttyus of every application for clemency He And being no cause it i i. amazing i
definite action will be taken along this Breath-Candy Cathartic. Representatives he voted against the says this will prevent the membersof Why the horror does not cease;
: ..too OOOOOttOOtOOOOOOOO .# creation of this office that It.costs the board playing politics! lit such This i is the view of the eagle. it
line.The sentiment in' the county' is very + o No odds -how-bad your liver stom- one man in his county forty thousand matters if at any time they should And no chance has he to sleep,
I 4 strong and is very favorable to tick 0 NOTICE *. ach or bowel.: How much your head dollars annually, that. it is an unfair desire to do so. j Not for him the bliss of slumber. ;(\
miserable way, to raise revenue In'-order to In. "Another bill will We must still his vigil ke"- .'
eradication work land every effort 0 aches how you are from requlra.the Supreme i :
1 will be made to bring Osoeola county The time for concerts has been 4 constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand crease the business prestige of Jacksonville Court of Florida to give a written j tj
I ahead of any section In Florida in this changed from 7 to 7:30. Friday.. 4 sluggish bowels-you always get Pensacola, or any other city, opinion in all cases where the If to arms w6 are cdmmarjdeci' '*,s sAnd
I that he stated in his recent
matter, and it is thought that-within I nights, and from 3 to 3:30: Sunday relief with Cascarets. They Immediately campaign plaintiff and defendant are'represented war must come at last. 1 f.\\
'. a very short period this city will be : afternoons. The evenings-'* cleanse and regulate the stomach that he'would try. to have the ttf Acj; by counsel, quoting the each In that cause be not stranded..' i*
designated as an interstate shipping remove the sour; fermenting food abolished; that he is under promise to citation of error, But be firm and steadfast; t. "
are pleasant now, so let ;
point for cattle with government inspectors come out and enjoy everybody the- and foul, gases; take the excess bile his people to do this; that 'Ii.Is under ' alive can predict what the Let not the terrible .'

, on the job. music and encourage the boys. stipated from the. liver waste and matter carry off and the poison con he promise can show to his letters people he to wrote do this advocate; that message of the governor this year will A* the !gloam: wow* into.night. ';1
contain for no issue whatever, was Handicap earnest
Prof. Shearouse it will be our purpose .
' LIST OF ADVERTISED, ( says a I from the intestines and bowels. A ing the abolition of the office before in the recent Let O ..hti.
LETTERS great pleasure to play selection developed campaign but us fight- |I. let U8 6 -- P 1
any 10-cent
box the
from of
druggist will appointment Mr. KempsterPaderich
your !
the that the I
0 chances are garb bill the -I. E. Hartley. !
; anyone may'request. keep your liver and bowels clean by Governor Catts; that the will ,
The following is the list of adver. convent inspection bill, etc., be ('
0 0 stomach sweet and head clear for law Is bad and should be done
'' away FIFTH
tined letter. introduced. ) ANNUAL i'
: I : remaining In the Kissim- .+OOot OOOOOOOOOOOOOt+tOo 1 I months. They work while sleep. with '
.you as soon ,as.possible.,
j" e I "There is more than a little talk at MEETING OF SOUTHERN CAT- 'j;,

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6TH 1917.

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t'' 'Address of Welcome" by ;John. IX*

t Little, Atlanta, Ga.'Setecting :T.,
a Dairy Caw" by. Hugh a\,
G. Van .Pelt,-editor Klmballs
: t 5)--i # Dairy',
., Farmer Waterloo Iowa. r,
; "Relation of Beef Cattle to South- .
E. P.. director "
em Agriculture by Lloyd, -.
Experiment Station. Mississippi ,:
: >t 1 Agricultural College, MI... "
I ;: '. N ff47 MWIMW "Feeds Available in the South and ::
I : r Their Value in Breeding and Growing' ;r\\
'Iit Livestock," by L. I. Guion, Stockman, /l'
LupotT' S. C. ,.
"Early Phases of Tick Eradication," ,
by'Dr.. Cooper Curtice, Bureau Of AniS..f j
mal Industry, Washington D.'C. :
i "From Range to Feed Lot," by John .

Clay, president, Clay, Robinson Co., ,
Chicago, Illinois. '
,, Benefit of American National LiveStock
r ... .. :' -.'..-... Association to Local Cattle Or4 4

. .S....:; ..I',-.1..1'A.J..r.;". ..,..... ,_-. ,_,....,....* :!'!O,,.."...". jranizatio"hs," by Ike T. Pryor, pressy,
'' "T t .
I .t. !: ; dent American National Live Stock
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;iJIto.-.t..t--__.'c.-" w.,,:-;r.....j.; Ali ..."'-.. _rvv- y t1?wwyvr Association San Antonio, Texas. .y
No ; )I1II "Winter Pastures by R. E. Lamr,
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.' bert, Darlington, Ala, "$
-, ., ( "Pasture," by Dr. Talt Butler, ediT,;

.' ,; ..o/fV.:'_. :$ .... tor Progressive Farmer, Memphis .i\,
Tenn. '*,
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f 'M "Some Animal Health Problems-;/

; ,.". ,.1-- That Confront the Southern Live '-;;
..' ..-1i.' .JL t Stock Farmer," by Dr. C. ''A. Cary, /
-".:'", ;,'.-- state veterinarian, Auburn Ala. '
I "Facilities Offered Live Stock Far'd
mers by Our Banks and Banking P.
: .\ Laws," by Geo. R. James, Memphis,
:: Universal Service. Certain-teed stand's. for universal l service. Tenn. Vf
A Survey of the Live Stock Situaf.
1 tion," by. Dr. A. M. Soule, president X

') ,. .' In every part of the world you will find Certain-teed products "dping their duty", in all I Athens Georgia, Ga.State College of Agriculture, IK%\

'1 I kinds of weather and under all conditions, rendering ,.Universal Service of the best kind.Certainteed J. "The and Live Benefit Stock Exchan Thereof<<,e'the*' by".Wm.Necessity 7,r

A. Burnett, president Louisville Live :v
t Stock Exchange, Louisville Ky. ,\
1 Certain-teed "Some. Beef Cattle' Characteristics /?;

and Their Relation to Profits," by B. A
A.: Gammon .
t ta ttaA secretary Polled **
'., ford Breeders Association, Amerlea ,t
: 'Roofing' ;_ Paints and Varnishes ,"- Des Molne..Ia"f";?

"Feeding'Problems In the South," _ft.

:I .< 0 gives 'Universal Service to all who use it. For factories, give Universal Service because they are good,dependable by School Dr. of K.Country C. Davis,.Life principal Nashville Knapp, K;$

t ,i office buildings, farm ,buildings, garages, etc.., CERTAIN- products? ,,honestly. made from high grade materials, by Tenn.'f (i
.' is the efficient roof. It less less "The Part Shipper"of Live Stock **.
TEED and
costs to buy, to expert paint men, guaranteed to give satisfaction. Can Take in a Successful Shipment"' 7,

..1' ,. ) ''a" lay and less"per year of life. It is light-weight, clean,sanitary Mixed by modern machinery which= eliminates the'uncertainties by Southern E. C. Gatewood, general agent, '\!
Railway Rectortovrn Va.;
,,( weather-proof"and fire retardant. For- residences of hand mixing and insures absolute con- > Cattle Sale -, *\

-k CERTAIN-TEED Slate Surfaced have all the formula Sales of pure bred beef cattle will **:
Shingles formity to theexpert's on ,the label. The be conducted under the direction of |

advantages of CERTAIN-TEED Roll Roofingplus artistic extensive organization for selling' and distributing all the National Breed Associations., (,

n" I beauty. CEItTAIf -TEED guaranteed.for: 10 or CERTAIN-TEED products reduces costs to a mini- Take Herbine for Indigestion. Itj

15 thickness ((1 2 3 mum and makes it relieves the pain in a few minutes and
_> years, according to ,< or ply), j possible to sell CERTAIN-TEED forces the' fermented matter which i

., but lasts longer than the period of. guarantee. Paints and Varnishes at very reasonable prices. causes the misery into the., bowels rl
t where It Is expelled. Price. boa' :Sold
If TOO ate building or need a new roof, it will pay you to mY-IRate k Whether you do your own painting or employ a painter it will Mr you by Osceola Pharmacy. >
CERTAJN-TEED before deciding upon any type of tool. SoW by a.t to insist on getting;: CERTAIN-TEED. Any rtMxLdealer can: supply
11 r C leading dales'aU over the world at reasonable juices. '' you., :II he CiooaA t carry CERTAIN-TEED ti can: get it for yo.... LEGISLATIVE NEWS,
-: 'I' ... The Tallahassee Daily Democrat .
; ' I will be sent to address for the en-
,. any
<'i'' : 'CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS, CORPORATION tire session of.the 1917 legislature for
only One Dollar. It will be the lads*
4.f. l '''(" J General Roofing Mfg. Co.;Gregg Varnish Co.,'Mound City Paint &,Color, Co. Important cession in years. Keep. up -' '

.'i", ". I'C' yCIdcqe- ...0..i..1.. SbLetste Boston CUroUm! PitUbvrth Detroit Buffalo SOB Francisco MUwauk CinctnnaH NcwOrUane LasAnnUa MI.poIIe with its//doings. Address' '
3 .. ,. '\ I+r' .as sip f ."tUe .dUMpoke[ . Atlanta RSduwMkd Grad Rapids NMhvilto Salt Lake City DosMciooe Hotutosi Duluth London Sydney Havana THE,DAILY DEMOCRAT, '
.. Tallahassee Fla.

j ,. Cart; Yin-t' d R',) flng Is S'oldln: Kissimmee. :By Osceola Hardware Co., "-'--.. .Pile"" ((*-Cored.> will IN cereal A to eaeaer 14 0.,U..AZO. yr".4.

OINTMIUfT. to Mr* ..,,_ of !kla_.. '
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L' Among the' most Interesting: at that time. In this were sev- '
of the revolutionary period which! eral pi-ces of revolutionary period --

'have been shown here recently are currency, and these together with the Hon. W "Jo. Sears, United; States 000 for my district,. and also} a survey FURNITUREWE ?
those in possession of George W..Fox, pocketbook were 'preserved'and hand-
!, which he is showing to friends who ed down from time to time now beingin Congressman, who is spending a brief of Canaveral,Harbor, near J Eau
are greatly interested in, the display. possession of George W. Fox. visit here with 'his family is one of Gallic, Banana Creek and Lake Worth
They consist of a handmade leather Among the paper money is a $1 bill the busiest men in the community. Inlet. In the Public Building Bill will
pocketbook and currency of the time another of two-thirds of a dollar Coming her to rest after the strenuous included a public: building for Kissim- I IIn
'Of 1775-77, and Were the property of value, bearing the dates of 1776 and session of the nation's lawmakers he Sundry HAVE IT !
M an ancestor. Mr. Fox, on a visit to 1776 repectively. There was anotherof has been "on the, jump" _'practically mea There was included in the -
his old home at Morgantown, N. C., the value of $7, with date of 1777, every minute of the day. Not,content Civil Bill appropriations to sufficiently ,
:Rome time ago, went to an old historic which now is in possession of a cousin, with assignments of all sorts of 'hon- to complete public buildingsboth ,
Mrs. Harper, of St. Louis. The cur- ors'' and "presidings" at local hap-
building; which la now 115 years old, at Orlando and DeLand, and an
; and there unearthed the curiosities. rency U ofunique:,, design printed( with penings of various kinds, which hav-a :
sti I This building is now the property of type>, of ye olden times, when the I letter !been more numerous within the past 'appropriation for such 'a building 'at connection with our Hardware/line we carry a complete ;,
i J. D. Alexander, a cousin, and on the "f" was used'in place'of "3," and few days than usual the Illustri-i Sanford. It would'take up too much line of furniture. W* make a specialty-of outfitting homes, and
farm owned by, this relative was located. each word, can be easily read. the statesman fell a victim to the space, and no doubt would not be of 1
e the "Council Oak," where the bills are about 3x4 Inches of ordinary ous Masonic: "goat," taking the third any local interest to mention all ,of fondle' ,,reliable ,
4' armies of McDowell met before the white On the top is printed degree of the order on Tuesday night ,
the "
United .colonies while the and Wednesday after returning front items which failed\ of passage In
battle of King's Mountain, and under "The on
the huge oak tree counselled) and plan bottom,.ig a line "Governmental Cur. Orlando, where he spoke at the"'cornerstone the senate! ,When I return to Washington , Bed Room Furniture, Dining 4i
7, ned for the great fight. In recent rency." These according to the imprint laying of the federal build- I will therefore be forced ,to
years the oak }vas cut down and made. are the product of Hall and Sellers irg,' his friends again corrale 'WI into 'souvenirs by the Daughters of printers Philadelphia, bearingthe attend) the, meeting of Knights of
the Revolution. The house is still In- date these were'made. On the face Pythias lodge.: The return of llva. soldiers to mcgLO!! g-ain the passage of all Suits Odd Chairs Rockers, ;
1 t;: tack however,. constructed of brick of the "greephack"'is the. following! from the front, and the Con- these. appropriation. '.
it' made in crud way of horses tramp "This bill entitles the re- gressman's "homecoming" was almost)I "However, as In the past, I Will not' Couches Etc.
r\-:" ing on mud; the porch floors c are of,ceive One Spanish Milled Dollar\ (according simultaneously, and everybody is familiar -1 make any promises! only desire to say ,
" Boapgtono.rodc: and the door and win- to denomination) or the valuo with the active part 'Joe" was that I will be on the job and do the .
=. dow .frames made out of walnut, and thereof! in Gold or Silver, according toa mole than willing to take to welcome\ best I can. In behalf of the Florida .t 1' 11Ills
;.s; 'apparently were as sound as'a dollar resolution! of Congress/ Passed' at the lihakl-clads back to their\ homes Senators desire to say they,did all store ;ii niakisjg a record for itself So the matter of
,p..' when last seen. by Mr. Fox. Philadelphia Nov. 29, 1775. .and loved ones aBut rJ they could h secure the passag'e of helping people to outfit homes.. Com and M*. Oar prices. are
," The large two-story brick housa that Is not all-just about the the measures referred to above but "
Another curio is in the shape of an
;.' looks as strong and substantial now time our distinguished representativein on account of the peculiar conditionswith .
, \,' aa when built over 115 years ago. The account,book used by a business' 'nanof Congress began to feel that he was which the country is familiar ..
date it was built is put in large Utters that period which shows accounts to have a'few minutes of his own, they were unable to accomplish.any.
+' for the years 1755 to 1760, and the of those "sticking- thing.. The entire Florida
along comes one delegatian:
f: on one side 1801. A pair of dog
f; Irons in the house that has been in many, entries of "merchandise," eta; plaster" publicity agents, and requested has worked harmoniously together, TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS: r rNo
t use over 75 years. I the mannet of keeping books at that a "story for publication. In the and to them much credit is due for ,
t" (This farm.of, a ,,.half section, on time, is a most interesting exhibit. usual.obllglnF manner, with a merry what I have been able to accomplish.A .
.'!.. which J. I..Alexander lives-has been 1 Evidently aJt,'that period Mere was twinkle in his eye, "Joe" ,consented ..strong- fight\beea.madaragainst matter what kind of.. .Engia*.yon .bare-Gas, Steam, '
considerable activity in the ,distillingline and the'aforesaid news-gatherof jot- river an :, owned by the Fox families' fro'over I It Railroad or"jStatfonary kale exactly the Tools. 70*
150 since it ', as the book shows .charges :for ted down the following in answer to a public buildings bills; but I am on rec-
One years,of,the even relics is a was pocketbook),I this. in ,various places., query what the Congressman had to] ord 1n( Washington as having. stated '.eed in your everyday work-Wrench**, Hammer, Open, otfc, t

,,.,: hand-made out of whang leather, Altogether the relics are of a very say: that the charge of pork barrel and all of the best. quality and workmanship, and at price that wifl
,4 which was the property of, Mr. Fox's interesting nature, and 'oppled with "I am glad to be back home again I graft, in many cases made I far, surprise yon.. This store has the reputation of kandunf ...," tr
,'. great grandfather. 'During the battle the fact that they are of the revolutionary and had hopes of spending several solely to get larger appropriations for hardwue that b of superior.quality and yctt wiO mak ..'...
W; ,.. of King's Mountain (Mr. ,Pox-,being period; and effects of old :eels months 'visiting various parts"of' mydistrict. the larger cities, will' not deter me stock.
However, just before leavng from fighting "tot ill meritorious .take In toeing here NOW and I Sepecti.g'e.r Lit
l .enlisted inMcDowell's army) he was lives, they are highly treasurer,by the called ' "" ... ...
Washington the'Presid nt. a propositions affecting district. Out
1.:. wounded in the hip, and carried the present' owner. my ;:
,. .. special session of Congress for April of the entire amount of $28,000.000 .
i 16, and even with so short a time I intended included in the Public Buildings Bill,
r: ;Thief Had Two Feel So Shoe"Lift" pearance excellent, but as they were going over,as much of my district outside of, and not-including th.s'Die-
.I simply samples, which were so madeas as possible. Wednesday I re- trict of Columbia only Jfi.OOO.OOO goes Osceola Hardware CompanyJ.
ceived a telegram from Hon. Champ to small cities for public buildings
show the beet about the
f Was All for Naught points Clark informing me that President and If to support these measures, and
manufacture and wearing qualities, Wilson had issued a call for a special. to endeavor to give to the, people .
all forone and session of to begin April 2, those who
--:-- were foot 'consequent- Congress pay the taxes-what they -
ly only'a one-legged man could be and that the Democratic caucus to deCide -> are entitled to,Constitutes a pork-bar
That this world is full of disappointments benefited. The party who, took them on the speaker, majority; leader rel statesman, I am glad to say that .....---
i! and things are not always evidently had two of the pedal extremities : and members of committees would be I qualify as such Much criticism has A. TROVILLION M. D. '
is, what they seem was brought to the and upon discovering his held at 11 a. m.. March 30. This will heaped upon members of Congress by Special Attention to i. wmOMPSONFuneral
,, realization of a shoe thief a few days disappointment hied. himself to the, make it absolutely impossible for msto some of the large daily papers of the CANCER GOITRE, TUMORS and
;:'', ago when his attention was attracted city dock and disposed of his "find,": visit any of my district, and I trust North and the East, and especially DISEASES' OF THE SKIN. .
; by five or six pieces of the footwearon to be picked up by the boys, who also my friends will I thoroughly under1- Washington, because of the attitudeas Orlando Office. -Boardman Building, Director
, display outside of the Stanford thought they had made'a lucky .died stand and appreciate my,position. 'stated, above but I am not thin- 8tolla.m.Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6
;,'.\ store. The shoes were missed and covery. Showing the footwear to Rome .."During the last session of 'Con skinned, nor do'I' object,to legitimate: Gmo .
to 8
Sunday little lads were wading men who happened to'be 'on the dock, gress, the Sundry Civil Bill, MilitaryBill criticism. I will therefore only re- p. m. sepl AND
around the city-deck found'the footwear these realized that th'ey' 'were sampled, Rivers and Harbor Bill, Public\ peat that such unjust criticisms will + "
which was later returned to Mr. and took them to Stanford's store,; Buildings Bill, and the EmergencyBill not prevent me from fighting for whatI .
; + Stanford. where the shoes were found to have. passed the House but all these conscientiously believe my district LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW LICENSEDEMBALMER
$ Some time ago the shoes were received been those missed for some time past. measures died in the Senate. I ,had is entitled to. ,.
'st; plea. The quality was fine, the ap., 'Fir Insurance. See A. E. Drought above bill between $700,000 and $900- trying one, and I fear the next Wiring .Building.ALAN BlsMmm.
', session, which will soon begin,'will be
'Y', ,. even more trying. However as In the
" past, I shall vote all questions 'I -
, upon ,.,r' ..-.M ,
all conscience' and I be- -
fny dictates '
Crawford ,Lee Jarrolk,
lieve. I can state my constituency are J. MacDONOUGHRegistered
behind me. Having gone through the ArchitectAND CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW ,
trying winters it is needless for me :
to how much I regret having
soon say'to leave the Land of Sunshineand so ENGINEERBRONSON I Of flees i 4 5.' 6 and 7 CltbeU.I '

'Flowers, and I sincerely trust BLDG. 1u3SIMMEE,, tea. 'Banc buildlnySissilmnee
' that the great leader,' Woodrow Wilson I ,.. Florid,.
; 1iii ; ':: co-operating with the other great '" I ...
-; : lBest\fJs ::A. l Ji'f : mind of the House and Senate may I. ,
:., safely steer the Ship of State throughthe .DR.; W..,W.:CARSON f

'-' '.\,,.1 I !; ,"' )' .. \, 4't\: \" I" '. 11"" "" '" are passing.rough waters" through which" we FOR' RENT I, ""''';zm?}.,'DENTIST '"\'

'th Asked what he thoughtabout the Rooms unfurnished and furnished Office, over Pilley Building
CheapestThis probable war with Germany Con-, Houses unfurnished and furnished. Office Hours: .sll. 1-..
gressman Sears said the situation was Also city properties farms, citrus, Office 'Phone 1I> K.tild.nos'Paone. MAdministered
Ou for ExtrmcttoB C
such he believed it not a time for die trucking and grazing land. f.r sale. Teeth,
cussion and therefore did not '' a I
applies to everything even to your footwear care to express an opinion; "times are THE ELITE REALTY PARLOR .. it

Especially under the present conditions the cheap shoes are.the} most expensive far too serious for public men to rush MRS. SUMMERS Manager. I b. F. KRIBEa W. :J..STUD '"
into print," concluded Mr. Sears. I KR1BBS &t'STEED, i:
.' for the unusual prices of raw materials labor and etc.. make it practically : Referring to the visit to Florida re- 207 Bass St.,.tor. Br. k, N.KissimmeeTwo ATTOIINKYS AT LAW' *
cently of the. House, Committee on blocks north of Christian church. '
impossible to make a good shoe cheap we recognize, that. to bea jact. __ Indian Affairs.which he accompaniedto I .. :I Legal business, of all kinds glv*. t

various sections, the Congressmanstated prompt ;;, "$
and are offering the people GOOD SHOES and at prices that lire REASON. attentldb.
)o . that he considered the visit one Orncee 11 and 11 Btate Bank Bldsr., *
which will do the deal Pat Johnston O. P. Garret- 1 Kissimmee Florida .
ABLE considering all conditions. state a great ,, .'.rpiles
of good. The members\ are progressive JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW, "
These same conditions that have so materially increased the cost of( shoes .." live, wld .awake men from the I Cured'
In 6 to 14 "I x xTour'drutd ;
West, most of'them, and he was satisfied .j Day
Fine Shoes makes it almost impossible for the smaller stores, and smaller If ,:
that not only did these men see Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Banl t will refundmoney. PAro :y"
IIU to ol ,
OINTMENT cur ny cue Itchinc

,,: cities to carry a large assortment therefore in order to secure. the, most com our much people in Florida got some to interest.of, their them ideas, but 'Buildlnlr'Klailmmee... Fl.- ', To Blind.Bleediic Ant .pplluUon orrrotrudlnsplle.iaelol/ KM and ..... -eoe.. ."I.If.'

I : witlt ', (which will result in much'benefit. All
plete variety of up-to-date styles, to select from you have to go to a _
"' sections that were visited showed the .1':
.. larger city and bigger story ' committee every courtesy and they C. A. CARSON President. N. BRYAN Secretary. '?i

royally'entertained and left the
., We have the largest and best-stocked store in Florida, and our Uric of spring state were with favorable impressions in
The Waters & Carson t
, and summer footwear is most complete. and exclusive. ? every way.

We have the House shoes, Sport shoes Dress shoes Semi-dress shoes Even 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR

Ping footwear of the prettiest and dain.tiest. Walking shoes-substantial and LIVER-AND BOWELS Grocery CompanyWhoIetaU '. ,4

i mannish Men's. shoes Women'i shoes ,Misses shoes Youths'.. ;!*![ shoes Chil. Cure .Sick Headache, Constipation ,

, \ dren's shoes.. and Infants' shoes Tennis shoes Golf shoes Yachting shoes-, a Biliousness Sour Stomach: Bad.
.Breath--Candy. Cathartic: ..
- ----- -
e really metropolitan stocTcfeaturing all e latetY fads sad gas l tl"ions. and Retail Dealers ia .
We would much prefer to have you call in person and:!, secure the assistance No or odds bowels how; how bad your much liver your, *stomach headaches GR'OCERI'ES }

the selection of shoes t but if personal'visit it how miserable you are from
of our expert fitters in your , a :, constipation indigestion, biliousness 4

not convenient then we will cater to your wants by mail. ," .' . and sluggish bowels-you alwats get .
.. relief with Ca.carets. They immediately "
We conduct a high-class: : repair department where all.shoe hospital work i is .- cleanse and regulate the stomach o' 1
remove the sour fermenting food . .
00040040 04
t. executed promptly and satisfactory We'' pay Parcel Post one. way.. Please and foul gases; take the excess bile 00 ' ,..J
,.' / 'J from the liver and carry oft the con- 0 O 0 .,'".1 i ;'
furnish reference unless order is accompanied with check. '. stipated waste matter and poison WE. SELL 'WE BUY.. .'"
r. e
J from the intestines and bowels. ,A .. .. f
10-cent box from your druggist will 4 HAY ..
.' Come see us, write us or phone" Us.; keep your liver' and bowels clean, o e HIDES > f
stomach sweet and head clear for :.4 GRAIN,' f
Distance Phone 4-4-6-2 0 0 FURS '.'
Long months. They work. while you sleep .'


; GLENN SHOE CO ,. The Tallahassee-Daily Democratwill 0 0 AND .. ,H.1 i

. be sent to any Address for the en- 0 ORANGE. BOXES.:4 0 ALL .
tire session of the 1917 legislature for
et '
'" only One Dollar It will be the most 0 ORANGE WRAPS ,0 0 '

I't 507 FRANKLIN ,STREETTAMPA . important session.. in years. Keep, up 4. .. e. COUNTRY y
with its doings. Address I
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0 ,
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., : .
Wr Jarrett, C..Z.'Osborn,. Jesse Jar. : :
rett and John Howard of Umatilla, W* sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
? -i. 1 I were a party of business! visitors in Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting'and camping parties.:

Kissimmee Friday, who also visited Free delivery in city limits. Thon No. 12.
.. friends their .stay in the city. 4 -'ill
," !. They were guests at' the-Manhattan ,W* are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask u* for circular and pncaaa :

HoteL; fertilizers., ,. .. ., +

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';, IEtery .. Kissimmee's flchaki-clad heroes of the border servicein
0flI... I.a Valley 4 0...... B.IHI..., Kl_l_ .e<-. ft<.r ". the'land of mesquite and cactus where they have been ,

doing ,duty faithfully for rnqnths past, have returaed to
IIARRIa..d ,
W. B. 1f] O. 1A11 A i.!>EW. Owmenh
MAX I*. MORITZ K4llr. their home and loved ones, 'The demonstration accorded
T.I....._ II. to'the':; oT3ier lads. was greater than" was anticipated. HIGHWAYIN '
t Thousands of people .were- at the""raifwa"y station hours 1

before jthe"company' arrived, due to a misunderstandingin
EMSeR the time given out. The Kissimmee City Band inspiredthe

throng of welcomers With patriotic music, and as the .

first troop train passed through Kissimmee, bearing ,. JUNE. .ROUTE. UNCHANGED .
guardsmen for other sections of South Florida, these

'men were also given a "passing"" welcome which evidently
J Jr was surprise to them, and an appreciative one at -. -- HHH T _______ :::........__________ ..

that. When "our b'o1.s!. in brown" did arrive,,and detrain L. IX 'Becsley of Palmetto
Recommendation was
Had Been Give Os .
POne there was demonstration which all those Adopted to
SrAT'E > taking prominent among the Monday outof-
PRL part will ever remember--one which was quite a con ceola, Orange and Part of Lake County the GoBy town visitors.' While here he made his i

r trast to.that night.nine"months ago when.the lads,,left for Osceolaites Make Brave Stand, Backed by hotel headquarters'at the Graystone ,

Ioi 1iI..rI.. .... n....' ., Black.Point to answer the call to duty. Orlandoites They Win After Warm Fight-Bonds:
r,, Copy, One Tear ________________________________'1.00 The guardsmen have 'done heir duty with credit to $
Month ____ _______________.____ 1.00' Will Be Voted Classified Advertisements. '
. One One Copy Copy. Six Three Months.--. h-________::::: ..11r. themselves and to the country.: While fortunately ,they For Good Roads in This Section, ,

', were not called upon to do actual fighting, they were 'And. Work. Will ,Commence: Within Short .Time.. (" -
'except from our authorized correspondents
. All communication ready for the '"fray and would have given good J : T
' 'a' must b. signed: by th. writer." a account FOR SALE
'$.' Rejected matter will not be returned unless called forEntered of themselves They have, had hard experiences, 80. acres fine land convenient to rail-

t, '-,1 -( 'In the Postofftca at Kissimmee; Florida aa have made many sacrifices, for which' the men are en- Great excitement was expressed here Thursday morning, when it was road and ,extr grove"food bearing orange land trees 'l.
J Swcond.daM matter) titled to the love and admiration of all. And If their rumored that a change in the routing of the official Dixie Highway was I being ua about this'property.( ; lee. :

MARCH 23 1917, : services were again required for similar: work there la 28 acres"suburban,farm, extra fine '
: .1"i contemplated by the directors the Central Florida Highway Association
-_..- not one who would hesitate ,for a moment to ''shoulder combination, froit'ald truck farm
,. which was holding the quarterly, meeting: at Orlando. A resolution had wells find truck muck
flowing ,
I, Some boys-some banquet-some- patriotisml his gun for the defense of his country:) The entire community
f'f'f": Is proud of the gallant soldiers, which appreciation been drafted routing the highway out" of Leesburg to Auburndale in 'placeof (let good us horse show,:you.splendid, bargain; coma

, ,1 The khaki-clad I lads put up'a fine appearance. ,was'shown in,many ways during; the past"few days, the, original routing through Orlando and Kissimmee and on south. This Two fine little farms just outside city

'If and will be further demonstrated in substantial waysin Kissimmee felt would be'a great injustice to these cities, and was not to be limits, well improved, delightful. ,
Who wants to be a King! Don't all answer at ollcel', the days to* come. "We're glad you'are' I back> home, put up with. The situation required prompt( 'and concerted action and as healthfulhomes", '
boys,and loyalty and patriotism to has'always been the .with the citizens of this the Houses to- rent or sell on easy pay-, "
f ; your your country : case progressive city, an- ment plan. We have the goods, want
> Fort Meade is to have a sauerkraut factory. Ach'l! du will always be a' pleasant memory." ... swer1 to the call was general, and the,result is that not only is the route unchanged to show you. Full particulars to in-'

Lieber Limburger. but Kissimmee gets the meeting of the Association in June. interested parties. ,_
M KEEP UP THE CANNING, CLUBS About twenty-five autos. loaded with' the mist influential men in the NELSON REALTY COMPANY T-- ,
'A Achartor-j3oard the' city-of. .owill.bchosen -' .., . . .. . ,_.. ..J0 "' .' '
( "' " '- communitywere soon""..en..route..for?Orlando,..v>here'a: Reeling of,the Assoti- FOR SALECoorcoW.'calfttndwpiendidtiorse
*at the general city election March 31.Tklk I Again it is our duty to ,call attention, to the agitation ation would convene"and those who were not already i members of' the Good =and -,,, 'I
t' buggy, household goods and line' lot-
.. against the canning club, movement in Osceola county.. Roads band were soon enrolled with full power to vote on all questions. of leghorn chickens; fine placefor.tenant. ,
: about popularity-Congressman '"Billy" ,Sear" The past few days have clearly shown that there is no When the all-important resolution came before the meeting. Editor W. J. W. Snyder, on .St. Cloud
.' 'wasnj t in; .it.when our boys in brown hit town..- movement do B. Harris promptly maVed4baKit be Aabled and the votewas taken' it, ,road near cemetery, orsce.Nelson, .. '
. .'..N. : mistake-a out; a being on, .foot, to away : ," -" wherj!! .. ,i,
: .t" 'j\
c."l' f' : .4. ',I II >' with this feature of educational work, brought about by was'carried by a large majority1"/ : " """"' .. .. . Realty Company. x, aLOSTFolding

The lad without khaki suit isIn' the same' class asa l parties who evidently do not understand or underestimate The principal speakers from Kissimmee were Congressman Sears, Senator pocketbook, betweenR.

fish out of water, as far as. the "girlies" are con the good work that is being accomplished along this line. C. A. Carson. H. C. Stanford and others., T. Butler's Barber Shop and

I cerned. This county cannot go on,record as taking a backward The following from the Orlando' Reporter-Star gives the facts. of the interesting Park Hotel. Those who read this
ad, pleas mention same to friends.: .
step,and efforts should be made to educate these people session: Please return to R. T. Butler Bar
Gee! 'm'd )hate to be a Greaser and have one of those "Interest for the centered about .
who oppose the movement to where they will see their meeting the reading of the report. of ber shop.FOUNDOne.
khaki. make his mind that.he didn't like
manly boys up mistake in their efforts to do away with one of the'most the executive committee which met, last night. automobile self-starter \
our important features in the education of the children. ",Jn substance the recommendations of the committee were such that inasmuch silver-plated cylindrical crank cap,

The Board of Trade at its next meeting should consider as Osceola had not"fulfilled her pledges to complete a hard road to 6x1 H inches on St. Cloud road Sun-
Board of Trade and the citizens generally did
the matter have a representative committee appear connect with that'of Polk county, and as this road was in such a bad condition day. Owner can have same by calling -
themselves proud in giving our "national heroes" a homecoming at this office and paying for this .
r welcome. before the County School"Board at Its next sessionin , the matter of, a new routing for the Central Highway be taken up at advertisement. .
the' interest of the canning clubs. The Chamber of the semi-annual meeting in June. '
y Commerce could do likewise while the'Kissimmee Grow FOR SALE-Ten acre as follows:
The committee suggested that the road be changed from Lees-
f The soldier lads are telling some great yarn about to run I Lots Nos. 103-104; township .24,
ers' Association should and will, be on hand in an effortto burg by Groveland and Florence Villa., the Central Florida Association
life on the frOntier-and some we've heard got Diamond as Highway south of range 28, section 13. Price
Dick skinned a mile., keep the good work now being done alive. The sugges" was pledged to the Dixie Highway Association to give a hard-sur- $305 for quick sale. Mitchell Eaton f
' tion is.made. to meet with the School Board at the April faced road from Jacksonville to Tampa, and as Osceola had failed in its Belle Fourche, So. Dakota. 14-2t;

t Threw strikes and out for: Tsar Nick! Ditto for Friend meeting, for the reason that it Is understood: this matter pledges, something must be done so that the Central Association might keepits FOR SALE-11-3 acres onions 2"

f Michael! Kaiser Bill now at bat-and "Gotf ain't urnpiring will be taken up by these officials at that time. pledges. The secretary in submitting the resolution, of, the report stated acres good beans, 1-2 acre Irish potatoes. . 4

the game, either. I that Osceola had voted bonds, but that they had been annulled by the courts Acre Want' to sell in field. 14-2t C. S., "

Fulfilling a promise he made during the campaign, and it was understood that there apparently had been no'. effort made to "I

Giving the returning soldiers employment is showing State Comptroller Ernest Amos, I I. busying himself in an save them. FOR SALE-One-fourth block with 7
small house, two from .
.. real patriotism It makes;,them foal that their serrioes effort to have the law changed so that civil war veterans "Mr. C. A. Carson arose and in a short speech, said that,he,was loath courthouse; on corner squares of. Verona ,
to Undo Sam were. appreciated. be paid'every month'' instead of the present system' invo&'Ue. to"believe that the committee had made the report as submitted by the 'secretary : . street and Clyde avenue. Apply to; 1

Mr. Amos has taken the,matter up with Governor for they must.have known that every effort had been' made by the representative M. Cosner, 609 Mabbette street.144t '.s

{ The acene at the station Sunday morning upon, the ar. Cans suggesting such a change, and has also had the voters of Osceola county to' save the bond issue that they had ;: !

rival of the troops) was quit a contrast to the one.enacted letter printed and sent a copy of it to each pensionerwith employed two of the best lawyers in the state to fight the case for them: but GENERAL FARMING is profitable- \

there nine months ago when the boys left for the. the request that he write to his representatives in it unfortunately had gone against them, and\ not only did Osceola want the I in Florida. To know Florida's possibilities ,

froat.." the Legislature. concerning the new plan. The comptroller road but they were going to carry another,bond election and have them. I" for live stock and poultry

thinks he can pay pensions monthly without any additional "Mr. Holworthy of Polk County said that Polk county had been threatened .. l raising, dairying,, fruit and truck ; ,

The boys left nine month ago a set of raw recruits= help in his office or longer" hours-simply by a in the same way in which. Osceola was at the present time, when the growing, read the Florida Farmer PI ':": ,. l

they returned a' few day. ago a bronzed, well-disciplined. System that ho will! Inaugurate. Instead of making it meeting was held in Ocala but that it,was that more,', than anything ,\, cite, and Homoaeoker... Six month, trial s"

manly-looking bunch of American. soldier' to. be' .fount. necessary, as now, to have. tho'' pensioner pay for a tripto which had made Polk county go ahead with her bond issue' until now she subscription, 25 cents. Sample copy, .
anywhere.Bane the county seat to prove, his claim Mr. Amos, under leads the state and he thought in justice to the Central Highway Association free. Address Florida Farmer and)

the new plan, will mail out. the ;voucher' 'directly each in their pledges to the Dixie Association that they should have the privil Homeseeker Box 360, Jacksonville

" ont the national colors! The example set by I month to the pensioner, with the proof on the hack, *4 ege of changing the routes if' the counties fell-.down on their pledges and he Fla. 52-tT:, :
.ao.-of business is of emulation. that when the voucher endorsed the claim will at the '
|lour men worthy Wear hoped to see Osceola get in line immediately DWELLINGS for' rent apply to M.
the rod, white and blue and show that you' are standing same time be proved, according to law, and the voucher Tiller. "
'It was then moved by Mr. Harris that 'the report of the executive com-
with president.Captain be sent to the nearest bank and cashed like
a check.
mittee be tabled which was.seconded by H. Clay Stanford of Kissimmee. F. FOR RENT--6-room furnished house
3t W. Perry.of the executive committee then explained that all of their night's close In, $4'per week."E. E. Wells, ,+;
Howard Katz and his able corps ot officers Representative Amos Lewis of Marianna, Jackson for until make the had been tabled Insurance and Real Ettate, .104Possiel )
work they sat up morning to out report, "
have Ave. Phone 242. 'Zrr
the thank of the families of our soldier
for the
; boys county, will present to1 the '17 Legislature a resolution and they would have nothing to show as a result of the meeting even in their' '1
food without are break taken'of the men, and bringing them home having for its purpose the abolishment of the County minutes. He asked Mr. Harris to reconsider hi. motio i and ask that portionof FOR. SALE-A five-room bungalowon 1

t a in the rank., Commissioners and School Boards, and that the business the report which applied to changing the, route be eliminated, from die West Vine street, deep well, 1
_____ -_ __ ___ windmill and tank, 3,000 gallons;
The return of our national guardsmen has imbuedTOUD& now transacted by these bodies be attended to by boardsthat report. After .this was accomplished and voted upon Congressman Sean, shrubbery and ornamental trees; l
America will consist of the various county ,officers, assistedby made a motion that both the original motion and the reconsideration be struck buy from owner' save middle man's-
with 1
street 'it I the spirit of the hour., Around' am the county attorneys, the latter being member of the from the minutes of the meeting. It was then moved that the report of the commission. A. C. CHAPMAN., <-tf

: if I dies" at corner drill with* an broomsticks interesting sight to see the "kld- county boards, just as the attorney-general is,a memberof Executive Committee be accepted, leaving open for discussion the elimina- FOR.SAJ.EWel1. established mercantile 1'
fishing. poles, and other the various state boards. Mr Lewis contends that the business. Other business .
:, ""accoutrements. tion of the report for the changing of route. requires
more than $75,000 1 II spent annually in this state In mile- owner's time. Box 316 Kisslmmee. -
"Mr. Stanford in a warm speech said Kissimmee did not need the help '7tf
t' ,' Our people displayed their patriotism last Sunday to age for the members of the school board and county commissioners of outsiders to get her roads through; that she had voted bonds for the purpose . _

,f no little degree. Not only did they give the home boys to travel back and forth attending' meeting and that they had been killed by 'the owners of large tracts of land, TOMATO PLANTS-2-6.000.000 LivIngston I
arousing Globe
: which could easily be saved. He ,will also Introduce bill now ready, $1.25 per ,
,, S r ;welcome, but In the early hour of the morning to abolish which were held for timber and grazing purposes and never paid in pro- M. here. Grown on new land, from
throng' of people were at the station waving a hearty the office of state naval store inspector.Did portion' their just taxes, and that Osceola would not only hold another bond best seed; guaranteed. free from (I'I'I

" : welcome I to the soldier boy of.other cities a* the troop issue 'and carry it. but that it would have the roads withing ninety days. root Bartow knot Fla.FOR or. blight J. R.' Davis. ,

: : ;, train passed through the city.Ambassador it ever occur to you that buyers choose the store "Several other speeches were made favoring the elimination of the ,

" I p- that advertises T Moat people pass right by the store changing of the route and upon motion it was carried that that portion of. SALE-Fifteen acres In South-

i r :, Gerard Is quoted as laying.he I J. "amaz thaV's.behind the times and patronize the modem up-to- the report be stricken out west tract Kissimmee., or in five-aero Either lots.jn a W.single 11.. "1'

{{; ed at tho unpreparednes of the United ,State:" upon date store where all the latest and best methods of doing "The reports on the different committees were then made. Secretary FUNK. Leesburg,.Fla. ,. 3-St

. "' his return to this country from Germany.._ The majority Business are in use. 'The Store" that i t. up-to-date i ia the Dickie reported that a.vote_would be_laien_on.the proposed changing[ the FOR SALE-6 lots in cultlvaUon.- g

"' ot-people-ofthe-UnltecrStatu are more than amazed at one :thatadvertiM."Tbevery "atmosphere ut-thi store constitution so that'the semi-annual meetings could be held in March and flowing well, 6-room house, No. IS
'j' such a statement coming from the source it does at this I. reflected in the announcement, for advertising suggest Alden street .' ,
September instead of June and December. Upon a vote of the association corner Verona. See-
, ,: : particular time. modern method.-progress, good merchandise and the change was carried. Mr. Hoffman at house or write Ed
J cheerfulness in making suggestions for the busy buyer LaLonda at Tremont Hotel Tampa
' Harris of'Kissimmee then. made motion that the people of Or- Fla. .
"Mr- a bargain.
(f who 10-3t
: No hasn't time
," man please everybody, says an exchanged If he enough to try to think what'la I needed.
, and also the executive board of the association."Mr. .
't doe be i I.. weak.kneed. carries water on both shoulder Then again.the merchant who advertise sell so much .lando be thanked AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS, 25c- ;I d
: and won't tell the troth. But when a man doesn't please goods that he c.n afford to sell cheaper than others and Carson said that the associaation J bad been started in Kissimmee: ina Pocket site Florida Auto Road Map' '
i small It then moved to Orlando: where it has been doing big complete and newest edition. Offer ,'
i, :you, be ,man enough to go to him and talk with him still make money. way. was f;.
' { since and the would like to the child again he invited for short time only. On sale at
. c ,; ,Jj, rather than talk on the streets and ay thing you would things ever as parent Valley Gazette office.. 10-tf
i:,1';, ,poi say to'hi* face. United States Senator Park Trammell baa issued a the association to meet there for its June session.: It was unanimously j

"y statement that he i I. pleased with the committee assignment voted that Kissimmee be the meeting place of the Central Florida Association FOR equipped SALE-Steam with all laundry fully .1
modern machinery '
>:: Herbert Felkel, managing editor of the Florida Record 'accorded him.. He i I. given the chairmanship on in, June. ; doing,good business. Owner's
J : 'who for the past several years.officiated at the capi he, con,mittee pn'expenditnres in the Treasury Department "The meeting adjourned, for'luncheon at the San Juan. which was ten- personal attention is required with

'f, teal a. legislative,correspondent, and who will this year and is appointed also on the following committee: dered the visitors by the Orlando Motor Club. Motor Aid Allociation'and other interests. Write or call and .j'

<,; represent four state dailies during the Legislature make district of Columbia which has jurisdiction'over the leg. Orlando Board of Trade.GR'AYSTONE.. see Klssimmeo plant in, Fla.operation. A. F, Kilts luff;

the prediction that J. B. Johnson the Live Oak statesman slation for the nation's capital; Interocean Canals, Poht- "

k ; r will be chosen president of the Senate, and. that office and Postroads and Engrossed Bills; Naval Affair,, ... .... . . .. .... ..... ... ... .................. . ... FOR tans SALE subdivision-Lot 6,to block N. 10 Kissimmee, in Done
"a- 'the election of Representative the '...
A. latter
Cary Hardee a*Speak being his major assignment. Henry James, Brock,.Sask.. Canada .
er of the House, 1* practically assured. HOTEL _9-tf

$ :, Hov/s this for a "frosty" proposition, reproduced WANTED-Salesman j
Fellow' (tried to bo WI'th.t and Collector J't.
"' ', funny by writing there.couldo't' from an exchange; ''Mis Icy Frost, a student of Do"auw -' for Kissimmee and Osceola county

bo much Americanism or pAtrioti.m'in a'man University, and Miss Snow Frost, an instructor in ", HERBERT WlfHTENDAHL, M T. Apply to A. W. Carter., Box 569briando ,.
i whoso name was spelled with "U* at the windup. If the he Ridgeville school, visited. i over Sunday with their .. Fla. 12-St

ti' aforesaid fellow had not (displayed his jingoism or hydra- parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Frost, on East High street, .' OLD PAPERS FOR SALE- lOc ai
4 Ism by "forgetting"' to sign hi* name to the epistle, we : .. 'DAY RATES a bundle. Good for wrapping* par
;; would have furnished him with a record of oar aervice to Few of the returning soldier were BO well pleased posters, eW. Apply at Valley; Ga-

i Undo Sam in the past twenty J'Un. demonstrating. be- with the life on the border that they are expressing a desire 'WITH BATH 3.00 io-tf.' ., '
fond a doubt that We h4 'mo.'American patriotism in to get back. Undo Samuel 1* ready to take you WANT 'to make trade of com kind ,

? the little "ta'" than be had. in hi* entire.yellow-streaked back any time, don't worry. All yon' got .to do 1* to say the ;. :WITHOUT. BATH' .' e't $2.80:. I for an automobile. Addreu, Wm. K.:, v' ,,1 ;
,jnakeup. word. Samnt, W..t Patrick street, or,
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.fOOO.OOOOO'OOO OOtooOOO.1. Pretty Girls! Big Beauty Chorus ALL' YE I The Display of
Casino. \, Biggest '
Weather I :
Report Shoe Laces, long and short, at The == Desirable Merchandise

Quality Store, Inc. =_ j .

Miss May 'tFirman, one of the winter HOME TALENT 53 In '
South '
Following are dally tempera. visitors in the city, visited friendsin Florida ,
tures and'precipitations as reported St. Cloud Tuesday. _

at Kisslmmee by Government to- the week station end. County Commissioner Overstreet BENEFIT KISSIMMEE ,BAND For Spring and '
ing ThursdayMarch,, 22r: was In the city Thursday looking. after = ,
Ma, Min., Rain business matters, Summer Wear is t .

Friday .. *.__.88 62 T.1' J. Richards of Rensselear, Ind., '
Saturday .,.,86 68 who is a winter resident here, left now being shown

Sunday .....79 6 Tuesday te begin! his return trip CRAYSTONECASINO' at this IMaas Store.COME I
Monday *..:.75 ..5 J. P. Creel of Eagle Lake, visited .

"Tuesday .. -81 55 relatives and friends here' Sunday, He .,
Wednesday. ..85' 69 stopped at the ,Manhattan Hotel. TO '

Thursday ? ___85 I $1OOOOO' Attorney Milton Pledger watt a . TAMPA, .
< > OOOOOOOO'OOO" business visitor in Orlando Tuesday, : Thursday March 29 8 p. m. ==
where he went on legal business. = tl .
unable: to come, me oar SPECIAL MAIL ORDER SERVICE
Come. all ye Casino Thursday. N. M. Murdock, a prominent citizen Directed Professionally by Mis Rea Nye, of Chicago -_-- .
of>? Okeechobee; .spent Saturday here Prompt attention ',to all orders and satisfaction guaranteed.
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.' .' looking after business interests..

'E & W" Soft (Collars, '"the latest," .U. E.. Cole came up'from Lakeland Big Double'Show"Dorothy's
at :The Quality)' Store, Inc Tuesday on one of his visits in the Interests IMAAS'BROS.TAMPA
of the Sanderson! Jewelry .}o.
Children's Dresses all styles beau. 'Claim"Western .
tiful patterns. Dollar'Limit Store. Mr. Marion Gilbert, who .is' state
grand guardian of the Woodman Cir == FLORIDA
J. J. Gates a well-known businessman cle, was a week-end guest of Mr.. and Drama
from Sanford. was in the city Mrs.. W. A. Joiner. "The Shopping Center of South Floridq"
Tuesday.; Written 'by Miss Rea Nye ,
Roger Dodds, accompanied by his -
Mrs. Florence Savage left Tuesday wife and son .and by Mrs. Dodds'' sister IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II II ''
'for Kenansville for a few days' visit Miss Mamie Saunderson, spent
with,her sister! Mrs. R. E. Willis.' Tuesday in Orlando. I "Uncle Josh ,In New York"A .
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,M. Walker and "Fern" Waists, "the newest thing,". Rural Farce With'
,Miss Nell McKinney were a congenial 1.00, at The Quality Store, Inc. : Screaming Comedy llr .
auto party from Orlando Wednesday, i Big Singing and Dancing,Chorus.
and were dinner guests at the Gray-', Mrs..H. C. Piano! has returned from .. .
.' I the' hospital in Orlando .where she : ; "
'btone.A' :
Went for medical treatment.. She; is Society i Vaudeville Between' Acts LEST ,YOU FORGET' ,
fine baby boy was born to Mr. greatly improved in health. !

and Mrs. Carson Farmer,. Friday, ._
.4- '0 -
!I7 .:0 'W.,:Henry:of-Spangt Pa.,, and: 'i' M -
March16th.: He has. been named rj 24
Jamse Carson. J. C. Byers. of Indiana, Pa., spent Sun' 24: Big' Chorus ,6P We hare had thirty years'experience fin

Closing out, sale beginning Saturday day wert looking guests at about the Park Kissimmee.Hotel.Children's They. PRETTY'GIRLS AND WELL*! DRESSED' BOYS Watch, Clock and Jewelry repair..

March 24, lasting one week. Allgoods lnar. Let Us Fix:'YoursI! '
selling half price at Gift. Shop, Ready-made Dresses,
9 Darlington avenue.. cheaper'than you can buy ginghamsto
make them; all styles; sizes 2 to 14, Eye Refracting and
Captain and Mrs. S. A. Craig who varied colors; from 59c to $1.19, s1. FULL .ORCHESTRA AND CONCERT BAND
are here from Brooksvllle, Pa., for the Dollar Limit. Store. R ... Fitting a Specialty ,
the winter, left Tuesday for their 1 .

home via Chattanooga} Tenn., and the The Board new of rest Trade room'established at No. 107 Broad by "Dr. H. JE. Cole; Optometrist, will be at hit'
Washington,: C. SEE :
'. way is proving to be quits a convenience : l place in this establishment' rr T et-
Our soldier boys are back home- to the public, who are taking advantage ,
day .
to meet aad
., ask them about their shoe repairing, of\the corivenienced: afforded. ''
and they will tell yo to go to A. A 'Katz Costume Parade at 4 p.. m. Thursday .
Wits, 16 Broadway. They know, and Mrs. HowardKatz and baby I '
yuo had better get wise.. Savvey arrived from her home in Rolla, Mo., .
i to join Captain Katz, who has just returned '
Big Band Benefit Thursday.Mr. from the ,border.. Mrs. Katz Reserved Seats now on \Sale at Osceola 'I ,
t is guardian for the Oskito Camp Fire Successors to .
..and Mrs. F. M. Clow of Cisco, Girls, and a large delegation from Pharmacy. Prices, O5c,. 50c and 75c. H. 0. 'BROWN &: CO. t
. % 111., are visiting their old-time friends, their camp'met her, at the,.depot,' .on ,
B. R. White, and hs daughter Miss her arrival.
I;, White. They arrived Friday from St. You will all" it: "The BestShow Ever" '
1'' Petersburg, where they have been H. H. Hamilton, a prominent man say 1L : j. fIB
t from who has been .
.,. pending the winter.Buy'a"new Philadelphia :
spending some time in the city, the "
dress for your, girl. [guest of.J. McPhatter, has returned to We Are For Kissimmee. First.,Last ,and-:-Thursday .
than .
Ready-mades cheaper can his left with the best oI'U\
you home.'He
[ P Ret the goods; to make them. Prices I wishes ol;scores; of friends, and promised .t. OO''OO- '. "".0 00." .... OO ..... ..... ,

'from,B9c to $1.10; sizes 2 to 14. Seethe to come back to Kiss mmee next "f .. V\i"" v; pVJ. .,. ; v.- ... ... t.
beautiful display at .the Dollar fall, being favorably, impressed with Spray Now With ''LimeSulphurKeep
Limit Store. the community. :
IiI Mosher of St. Cloud was in bliss Mildred Morgan of Arcadia is .
Mrs. L.
I G. W.-Persons, of the Dollar .Limit 'W. B. Harris of the Kissimmee Valley Kissimmee Thursday for several the attractive! guest of her cousin, New Growth Free from MiteRed Spiders, '
Store, was In Orlando Wednesday on Gazette, was among those who hours. Mrs. E. L. Lesley., .Miss Morgan: at- Melanose and Scab. '.: *' ,1"
business and to witness the ceremonies joined the Tampa party at Orlando for tended the state meeting of the Royal ; "
connected with the laying of the the trip to Miami, He was a guestof Neighbor lodge at Orlando this week
here, from Orlando :'Loss Yo'u
W. HBrokaw of
.was Infested
Leave Give and'jEveo
cornerstone of the'new. federal building Hon. 'Perry O. Wall in his car ,looking after bu U and motored down to KUsimmee with : Start With .

1..j' there. with Mr. and Mrs Houston'waU":and nea.i Mr.< and ,Mrs. George Runels of Mr. Jack Worthington the Tampa ,. , W\\.:,.w.1t'1",, !,,v':;!1'J h", ,-i.,. N< .. t',' \:1-rl.< , . .It'*,.," .*, *
Lowell, Mass., arrived In Kissimmee Times.-Reporter-Star. I i Otis Stevens, of the Palace DrugStore KISSIMMEE POTATO FIELDS Spray in Bloom, Adding Black Leaf 40 for Thrips.:' la.

Monday afternoon to spend a few days The Moose entertained the soldier was a business. visitor in Orlando ,MOST INTERESTING SIGHT; sure Heaver. Setting of.Fniit, Booklet on Spraying.'
with their father and mother, Mr. and boys at their club rooms last night, Thursday. BUMPER CROP MOST LIKELY ;
Mrs. Henry Runels. While here they which occasion proved to be 'a most CONSULT' OURBureau .,
are located at the. home of Capt.;Clay enjoyable affair.' The Kissimmee City Mrs. F. R. Larrabee of Minneapolis, -
Johnson.See Band, which had been extended an invitation Minn., is a guest at the Gra.tone.while A visit to the potato fields In and
was on hand. Refreshmentswere in the city visiting' her' friend, around Kissimmee is always interest of f Information '0 n. Citrus Troubles ;
the beautiful display of Chil served, several interesting talks Mrs. Gay Livingston. ing, but at the present time it is even .
dren's Ready-made Dresses at the were made,and tales told by ,the more so,'in asmuch as the plants have
"p Dollar Limit Store. All colors, styVss, khakl-clads'proYed to,be a feature of .Dr. W. B. Withei spoon spent now attained a growth which presentsa Conducted, by J. G. Grosenbacher, Pathologist, '
lies from 2 to 14; prices, 69c, 65c, the evening. Besides the soldier boysa Thursday in Orlando attending is. most spectacular picture. Barring .
75c, 86c, 98c 119. You cannot buy large number of citizens enjoyed the meeting of the Dixie Highway Association unforeseen (drawbacks, the crop which Grovea'carefuU, examined and their needs fully detailed. I i'
the gingham as cheap as you can occasion where! the, subject o( good I will be harvested within the next five along with methods of treatment to insure the
these garments.O. roads was under discussion. or six weeks ,will bs a,

O. F. Landers traveling representa: roads Preliminary leading to work the has bridge begun to be on the Mrs. J. H. Pike left the last of the and those prove who a have profitable large undertaking of the to t j r
constructed acreages INSEtlri
I, tive of the Tampa Daily Times, is across the head of Lake To- week for her home in Eagle Lak.after' supds. I FLORIDA t&miUNGICIDECO"f&:
spending: a >few days in the city in the hopekaliga, by Raod SuperintendentFarmer a pleasant two weeks' visit with The farm -of Messrs. Alex Reming
.. interest of that publicatidn. Mr. Lan who was given charge of the her daughter, Mrs. Florence Savage, ton-Smith and Harvey C. Avant, w
,ders has numerous friends here whore 'work by the city and county officials at.the,Manhattan Hotel. which ta located about a quarter mile g APOPKA, FLORIDA _':
Ij greeting the well known news- some time Operations have bean from ,the Fairgrounds, has the distinction t 'ii
ago. Miss Cora VanBuren who is spending 588046004-00
paper man cordially. It is likely that, oooooooo .o. t.oo.o.. .. o.o. o.
he started on the other side of the pro. the winter in Florida, left Thurs of being the largest spud - .'
the excellent publication representswill posed approach to the bridge, and it patch in Osceola county. Here thirty -- -
for to' few
in Kissimmee day Orange City spend a
I establish a'JI agency will not be very long before this great days with her friend, Mrs.'C. S. Cur acres ,of potatoes have been planted, fr
with i'daily delivery system..
Improvement to the community will be tis. She will return Saturday. which are now in such a state as to Calomel Mixed With Table Salt Forms Bichloride' :
Lace Bargains- 2ttc and up at The an established fact; I give the visitor a most interesting
Quality Store, Inc. Mrs.\ E. M.:'Glasgow, who has been sight. To stand at one end of the Mercury-Deadly Poison. Salt. Is One of the i ?
Mr. and Mrs. A. fotttrman and the guest at the McCool home- on.Ern- farm and glance over the sea of green .' Constituents of the Human
to Miss Elizabeth Mr. and of the ....: Body. ?
Among the prominent visitors daughter, ; mett street, left Thursday for her foliage, every plant apparently
Kissimmee last week' was City Clerk Mrs. I, D. Walling,Mr. and ]Mrs. M. O. home in Philadelphia. The itinerary same height' picture' is presented Why will mothers five children CALOMEL !
W. A.Johnson of Tampa, spending a Wells, Mrs. D. S. Marks Mrs. SarahA. will. include visits to the east coast which must be seen to be appreciated.The which always sick "
few hours here en route to Orlando.He . PrevailMr. and Mrs. Coryell, towns. long rows are laid out In a perfect ens, when one of NATURE'S own remedies it at hud?. /'
was accompanied by his son,' and Misses Alberta Hopson, Elsie Norton, straight line, a total absence of weedsis DR. LIVINGSTON'S ROOT AND HERB TEA-composed of twen .

,made.the.trip in auto. from the Cigar and Marion Sargeant motored to Orlando Attorney_W. B. Crawford left noticeable,_careful- and -scientific _ty evea curative and health-troiif roots,'-herb*.and flowers,-doe*-aJD j
City. Mr. Johnson is one of the great I this week to attend several of Thursday for a business trip to Miami cultivation is to be noted at every that CALOMEL could and
est boosters to be found in Tampa, the functions connected with the state and Palm Beach, also Titusville. turn. more. IT'S AFTER EFFECTS ARE PLEASANT -
and does not let an opportunity pass convention of the Royal Neighbors While away he will attend a stock It expected'that the harvest\ from AND HELPFUL--' harmfuL .
I, 4 to say somethiug'-good about his home lodge. holders', meeting' the Southern Util- this immense field will begin' some If the little one is fretful, feverish and constipated, II'it'. sleep is ti
\ city. While here he took occasion to Overalls ties Company and, look after other time during 'the earl-'part of May, fitful!, Us little font. coated.. its color bad-DON'T GIVE IT CAL liOMF4
"Sweet Orr" Pants and
legal business. when there will naturally be much
the of interest,
Visit of points
I some Let MOTHER..NATURE ia th. form of ROOT,AND HERB
. and expressed himself as being agreeably the kind that won't fade, at The Quality activity in this section. This farm em- '
surprised at our,beautiful city. Store, Inc. W A. McCool Jr., will leave. for his braces 100 acres of the finest truck TEA, cure aad mako it well k ., 1
home in Beaver Falls Saturday to land to be found in the MOTHERS TOO.
: visitors county, thirty- especially whea nursing, fad the ROOT AND
Among the Interesting to
f .Doroth '. Claim' Casino Thursday. spend the summer months. W. A., four of which under cultivation
TEA of wonderful benefit n nand
i the ,city this week was the irrepressible Sr., accompanied by Miss Jean Anderson thirty In potatoes. Mr. Smith has It tones and invigorates the system
4 Chas: S. Wilber, of Potighkeepsle, H. B. Mayer, representative of the and Mrs.,T, F. Covert will ref planted three acres in a.large variety remoTes those poisons, which, carried through. I.. MOTHER'S
1 N. Y., who has been spending the win. Florida Soft Phosphate A Lime Co., main -Kissimmee till about the of castor beans, which is for the purpose MILK, sicken and weaken the child. '.
C ter season in this city, returned with headquarter sin Lakeland, who is first. of'April. The McCool party are of demonstrating the possibilities Don't suffer aa3 "just drag tIaroa,." from day to day. Don't have
+ home making his usual tour of this sectionof
' to his northern egular winter residents here and
:r after Wednesday enjoying a most delightful' stay. the state booking large orders for large property interests in this own sec* along, and this is getting line for ready the Florida to make grower such ailing, fretful children about y.... Get a SOc package of DR. L1V.INGSTON'S '

:i *- Mfcl: Wilber is- a .pioneer newspaperman the compnay he represents. Mr.Mayer tion. additional improvements as will in ROOT AND HERB TEA-NOW. Us. it and watch the
' having been in harness for a has many friends in Kissim- the near future make this the model glow of health come back to your face and the children's. i
period of over fifty-eight years with 'mee, who always give him a cordial Emmit G. Latta of Syracuse, N. Y., farm of the If druggist
out a break.i He is now on the retired greeting, and between times the gen. an inventor of renown, is spending community. your. supply yon
-! list, however, and spends his time ial traveling man finds a few' minutes 'ew'days in Kissimmee accompanied NOTICE! TO 9HKOITORS. THE LIVINGSTON MEDICINE CO.
t 1. taking in the different sections-of the to,look after business. Having been I by his wife. This is their second visit ,
country at various seasons.. The gen- connected with the Tampa Morning to this section, and they are highly !. C.mrt .f .10. ('....y Judah O.e..laC..ty NO. 1740 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Will s
, tleman was very much impressed with Tribune in former years, he cannot pleaed with our enterprising town and st.e.) ft Florida. gladly' mail you a package ou' receipt of price.

' ": jtJKlssimmee, saying that it is one off. getaway from the smell of printer'sInk lurroundings. Mr. Latta has visited I. Ire. It.hta.t .I.... W. Lilly. We will gladly refund your money if you are not more,.than tat, z
the prettiest and most heauthful and consequently made an appre- a 1 number of the truck and potato -, isfied.
f.. places! in the state that he had visited, ciated call at the office of the Gazette farms in this neighborhood,-and'X" To. all Creditors Legate, Distributees t
. and will return next 4 winter. While where he found one of his former coworkers >reiBed' himself as being agreeably' and all Person having, Claim .orDemands.agalnst 6
1t here be wrote several interesting articles holding down the editorial surprised at, what he found. "If I said Estate .
I', for the northern papers/about tripod, an old acquaintance 'was re- were agriculturally inclined," ,said the titled Tau. rand each.. of any you claims ate hereby'no.and: ,demands
i.w the advantages and beauties of this newed, yarns were swapped until a gentleman, "this would be. the place which you or either of you, may 'Taken' Texat-Mexican
community: Mr.' Wilber made many sudden check in the "wheels of indus.try" that; I would select. I have been Indifferent hny a airalnit the estate .of r.munty., COMPANY B PICTURES on
's friends, who will give him a warm brought a the pleasant sections/ of the state,, and Ully.Florida deceased, to the late undersigned of executrix Border
welcome.when ha returns next season. meeting. Mr.''lays he' is 'al think that Osceola county has more to of ald estate within... ''I(two year from I fines lad to come to'' KUsimmee, as offer than anr.otlMr." While' here the date hereof.. ,. Half-Ton: PaioraalaYlew,1114, Inches, priitti.01 teat", plats paper, ,25o. '
A creaming comedy he an excellent class of people to My. and guests at. the Dated. March ,'17th ALICE KIT. WILSON: -' -
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STOMACH Ailments IMPORTANT ROAD WORK CO1d A trinity of evils, closely allied, that afflfct :

L Cloud Department The Nation's Curse most peopled;' and which follow one on the "

IN STATE' OF FLORIDA C hS other, in the order named, until the last one

Oug is spread through the system leading to .
4 'Jy: NEWS, AND NOTES OF'THE "WONDER CITY", FROM OUR OWN The* following description of road Catarrh many evils. But their course can be checked. ,'

work in Florida by, William F; Cocke PERUNA'CONQUERS ,i
state road commissioner published in
?! .'' a' value when used promptly for a. cold, usu-
I' rscent: issue of the Manufacturers' It Is of great "

The Hawkeyes with well filled bas In the Christian' church on Friday aft Record, brings out a. great many interesting ally checking It and overcoming that It In It a few ill even days.of more value In over-
has proved
kets wended their way to the lake ernoon. facts of imporvementa along Ample evidence the inflammatory conditions,enabling
front 'on Wednesday morning. Capt. Born on Friday March 16th, to this line coming chronic catarrh,dispelling their natural functions,and toning w,
i {i Cope, of the little boat Maud, soon !Mn: and Mrs. James Marsh, a boy. ; I the diseased membranes to perform 'I
i. I had steam up and in the glare of the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Coates left "During the past 10 years 89 out o/ UP the entire system.oUhousands is a safe guide. to what It may be expected -
sun light, were soon gliding over the Tuesday morning for Colorado, but % : 1 52 counties of Florida have bondet: : The experlenct
l 1ftfQYr\ do
i 3 silvery waters of Lake Tohopeknliga will atop and visit on the way. for road improvement Th.a ..totall Liquid to or tatfcu-bolli tested by the public and approved:
to WildwooJ Grove, nestled such a Mr. C. .C. Clausscn died at 11 a. m. Remedy bonds thus voted amount\ ,to approximately \. COLUMBUS OHIO
few rods from shore, shaded with tho Saturday. Funeral: services held on Quickly Rettorem $17( OOOOO, representing/ according THE PERUNA COMPANY, a.
towering water oaks, the cypress, Monday at 3 p. m. at the Carlson undertaking to the 1915 state' census, a I''
hemlock and the ever present "tcllan- I : parlors, too body was ship! There i is no ailment causing more bonded debt of approximately $2i:) pot 1 1Apita. -. ,- .
s disun or old gray Spanish moss. To ped to lilue\ Island Monday evening> woe and misery than Stomach or onnroximatHy? 9 per cent. o<
I Capt. Cope much credit s due for, 'nro- for buiinl. Tioulile. Ofteji Gall Stones Cancer the total assessed\ valuation of these Law lie Wants
Davis Says
father o'
yidfng gnnerouiyly! in nature wilds I Mr. and Mrs. Kred Davies are and Ulcers of the Stomach and .I liites :::9 chunties. : Package{
, for the .1,1 1easure'of the tour. spending d few days at the Wontworth I
n retreat ) tines, Constipation. Acute Indices "Uwintr to the strictly )local( 'administration '
(fits and, patrons of his sturdy littlai coltagp'nt: the canal. lion, Auto-Intoxicution,. Yellow' Jaun i of all matters pertaiiklnxr t' "Instruction" On State-Wide Prohi. ,Question .'
i boat. The wilier of this article, with I II I The' Army Anti Navy Union ,met on dice, Appendicitis and other serious the construction and maintenance of ,
I others.regret/ the misfortune' of a : Monday afternoon in the Masonic Hall and fatal! ailments result from it. roads, it has been found 'impossible to .
number of Iowan, \\'ho.iai1l"d to reach and. mustered in one comrade. Thotjftands\ of Stomach Suff-ereis/ owe compile! reliable data in regard to tho notwlthstandinq'-3
the boa}.'* anchorage/ before sailing ont I Mr. ad Mrs. C. 1{. llendrix were their complete to Miiyr't- total mileage constructed under the The following from a recent issue/ I would vote for It,
that beautiful morning. i railing; on friends! in thc..I East i'nii: 'on Wonderful Remedy recovery It is unlike several bond issues, but it \is estimated of thj( Jacksonville Metropolis\ will be the fact! that I did lot believe that
The burden of proof an to a good, Tuesday. other'. It the that\ at least' 20 per cent of the total of interest inasmuch as Senator Chan.H was the way to handle ,the liquor ques.
time was in thtf" well-filled t baskets 112 r, James Rowland and; mother lemcdy. ; sweeps : poison mileage of public! roads of the I::, Davis, of Madison county, father of tion. A few days ago a fricndof, mine;
which were spread out on three were visitors, at Kissimmee on' Tuesday ous bile and accretions from has beeli1'proved.\ \ statp. the Davis,, package law\ issues a stet, . KFked me If 1 felt that way about it at
tables ,antLUie, order given to "(' 'larCo.j .. the' system.Inflammation.Soothes and 'allays" "Of .the total funds derived, from merit} to the effect that he won't vol6 I present, and.I advised him that I did
Chronic: Many" declare, Lut would want to know that
that I
it was. soon evident there was no A. K. Droughtwas'a business visitor bond issues, as noted above for the submission of a state-wide
ards facing the works and the enemy at Kissimmec on Saturday last. I it has saved their lives, and prevented $2,600,000 is as yet unexpended approximately : prohibition amendment to the constitution -I the public wile fully advised as to ;
noon routed. The New' England Society held a serious surgical'operations.. Try one although contf-acts for their work unless Madison county voters |Iwhat, my position would be before'petition a
After the repast of !good things a picnic at the Wentworth cottage at dose today. Watch, its marvelous re- .have been made 'in most of Ihj coun- petition him ,to do so: was circulated.
suitable "propram was rendered.Mr. the canal on Wednesday sults.' Contains no alcohol-no habit- ''State Senator Charles Davis of "Without stating my reasons fop

C, E.: s. Cooper was officer of Tho Original Strollers and nell, forming drugs. Book on Stomach Ailments ties."The annual\ revenue' for road work Madison county, has always been' not leinlf'in favor state-wide pro
'the day. Thine t.aklnlf'part were: Ringers! the last of the Alkahest Lyceum .!, FREE. Adress Geo. II. Mayr In the 52 counties of the state Is Prohibitionist, a strong temperance hibition, I will say that I am your
Mrs I. N. Wright, lifer.: course for the saesort was thoroughly Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. Better yet-> proximately 1500000.,; The money ap man and himself a teetotaler, but he agent in the stat! senate, and that' ,
Mr. Brown, talk on defense enjoyed Monday evening by a obtain a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful thus raised is to ,a large extent expended has never voted to submit the constitutional 1 ought\ / to do what a majority of' my
: J. W.- Wood, recitation. large/ and appreciative audience. Remedy from J. Z. Roberson or any in working day labor; and con amendment providing for constituents would have mo todo' in
1 Mini Nina Carey recitation. Mf. and Airs. :Marlnise, who have reliable druggist, who will refund victs in !general repair or maintenancework State-wide prohibition. In fact ha matters that do not'honor-
I A. M. Vance address Our Flag'and been spending the winter here left your money if i it fails.: although some counties are each has often led the fight in the legislature or ttnd to degrade me. I have never-
I : the Southland. Wednesday morning for their northern year adding' to ,the mileage of their for the local aptionists.: But now shirked responsibility by yielding tothecryLetthapeppte.deoidebut
: Z.' Barrager, comic recitation and home but expect to return next that his famous Davis package law, ,
improved roads out
I i -- ,-......-son. or.* "* _. "*"n... --- fa1L.The j.. -.':" .., tion! a} Dolt of whose"ne .rosary!I! ..fune! : .!levy"These; ;:--,,-::-, .. -otJtheir: ( ,annual. which'he' f.atbtredwhn'hllwa.jresi) am..notaverse' to-"being advised by aA '
.k Rev, :.Zr Chriilmas'pacifist.! .: ...- i --PennsylvaniarAssociation'held t.onr.l4-to-admiter- financial affairs -- funds both county' and district dent of the Senate two years ago, has the people. 'Anyone circulating a petition >
C.-E.' S. Cooper recitation in German -I picnic at Wildwood.Grove on Tues according to the most thoroughly bond issues,- together. with th.e been t proved a failure there has been or other document 'for signatures -
. i M dialect. -.. I day the weather wag pleasant and a ,efficient and exact methods, involving ' money raised from the annual 'road soirte (,speculation':all to whether or With- a view 'of influencing my

; ,- .Those who ,.contributed In' reading, large crowd enjoyed the day. as they do, the annual expenditureof levy, are expended under the super. not he would change his views and action or vote will be careful to confine -
., and recitations we failed to secure The Ladies Improvement Club met vision of the several boards of county vote to submit the state-wide. amendment the petitioners to those 'who par .'.
I P so unintentionally are left out March 21 at the G. A. R. Hall Min- large amounts of state funds and commissioners without any state supervision to the people. ticipated in the'last primary, I will
namesl voted a day well spent and as utes were read and approved. It was the precise accounting for all such or control. ; "Senator'Davis is evidently still a state further that I will be guided
we go to our northern homes soon fora moved and carried that we have a tag mds. "Florida will receive in Federal aid I strong local optionist. lie has just l is. solely by such documents as the-
I I season, we will carry with us the day on election 'day Dr. Cushman These essential duties are no less for the years 1916 and 1920. inclusive, surd the following statement to the signers are willing to be submitted to>
happy remembrance' of new-made rave us a very interesting talk on the important than those for which the approximately 840000. This sum people of his county on the subject: / public inspection."If .

: friends and stronger ties of the old. improvement of the race; that our board was specifically organized-the' must: be matched by an equal amount "Madison Fla. vou wish me as your Senator t-
All credit due to our good housewives children are tainted in both intellectand conservation of public health and the derived from state sources and expended To the. Public: Two years ago I vote for the submission of the proposed .
.. and girls who contributed so morals by the bad habits of the education of the people to high stand. under the supervision of the stated that i if,a majority of the voters amendment, you should sign
\ '. loyally in making the occasion success. fathers. A lesson was given on parliamentary ards of living and of sanitation. state road department. of the county who participated in the I the petition; but if you do not wish,
i; rules;, then meeting was Perhaps even fewer people have s "It will be the policy of the state primary election make it appear tome I me to so vote, don't isign the petition -
that to vote
; j.::1:1s adjourned to meet the first Wednesday definite idea of this organizationwhich road department to devote the federalaid submission they wanted of state-wide me prohibition . Very truly, /
\ Myron F. Barber spent several days in April must fill all the functions of a to the construction of the unlmprovsd amendment to the constitution, "CHAS. E. DA yIS." ",
; last week at Lakeland and Tampa. highly complicated business proposition gaps in a system of state .
Mr. S. E. Hill died Saturday March ,.making it at the same time sub roads. Legislation looking the es \ I
i . 17th at 9 p. m. Funeral services were (EFFIUENCV OF STATE sidiary to the even more> complicated tablishment of a comprehensive system SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS'I Mr. 'and Mrs. R. L. Ivy are homer i
: held on Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the department which must be continu. of state and state-aid roads has again to spend the summer after a, .
.J Baptist church. Rev. Melmaker. ously on guard against the invasion already been recommended to the 'Malcolm Overstreet arrived home six "months' sojourn at Itleworth. '
preached the sermon and the Array BOARD OF f .HEALTH from abroad or the development at governor and will be submitted to the Sunday morning'.\ with the rest of the La. /
"f and Navy Union held services over home of epidemic diseases and ,which next legislature, which will meet in soldier boys' from ,doing duty on the Word has been received from Mr. {
the body and auxiliary to ,Army and must teach the people under its jurisdiction April of this year. Mexican border. He attended church and Mrs. A. R. Dennis of Spokane!
1 Navy Union turned out in. a body Mr. Not many Floridians ever think of to overcome inherited' prejudices "This legislative program( will include here Sunday where everybody gave Wash., that they will imbibe some of
'r r Hill eaves a wife to mourn his 10s8.l' their State Board of Health as a completely and ideas about diseases and In addition to other measures ofa him a hearty handshake and were our Florida climate again in the near.
r l' The Loyal Women's Class will meet equipped business organicIs *. instruct them In the value of up-to- purely, local nature the following: glad to see him looking so welL future. .
date modern sanitary" and moral clean. : -establishment; of a system of T. E. Ivey is lumber from Mr. Fox and family and Mr. Johnt ,
llness. state roads to be built with state Loughman for hauling dwelling .he son and wife motored to Klillmm .
Such work is not that of untrained funds, convict labor, and federal aid, contemplates building on his place in Saturday.Mrs. 'T
minds such as 'may be found among : an to, be maintained entirely at the the near future. W. 'O. Bronson of Traveler.

i" the men and women who ,might be : expense of the state. Also the establishment Our pastor Brother G*;-.. Reaves Rest, spent a portion of: last week.\ i
, thoroughly efficient In a business organization of a system of _etats-ald preached an inspiring sermon Sunday visiting her brother, F H. Tyner and
ti' '" J .J ,Yr and therefore the person I roads, to be built and maintained morning and evening to a large and family. .
.... nel of the body of employes who are Jointly by the state and the several appreciative audience.R. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nllwonger-
making and have made the State counties, and form laterals to the L. Ivey has now turned farmer transacted business'' in Kissimmee
Board of Health'one of the moss successful state, system. and is putting out a crop of corn and Monday.
organizations of its kind in the "The creation of a state convict peas in conjunction with G. C. and "Uncle Bill" Ivey returned Kis
United States, must -be selected by road force to be worked on state and Jim Bronson' on the Wesley Ivey simmee Monday after a visit with

'- ; :{ strenously careful methods. state-aid roads, under the supervisionof place.P. relatives here. lie expects to leave
Experience and common sense are the state road department."A V. Cromartie was a Klsslmme4 for his hmoe in Montana shortly. J,
: two elementally Important qualifira- constitutional amendment allowing caller Monday. and small
\ Mrs. M.;M. Johnston son.( .. '
ins for the wort of the board. The the state legislature, during .
:; any Miss Edythe Niswonger received Early, of Miami, have been spending
: department which administers the financing session, to issue state bonds for road word-from her sister, Miss' Iva. stating some time here the guests of relatives -'
I :' and accounting work Is man improvement. These bonds to be is- that she has a fine position as and friends. Mrs. Johnson will
ned by persong who would find place ued in isuch amount as may be necessary governess in the city of Tampa. be remembered as Miss Madge Ivey.
only in the highest type of resposible to carry forward the construction The following Shingle Croakers Waltre 'Bronson was a business
business concerns, and the stability of of the.state roads during the ensuingtwo were in Kissimmee Tuesday: Mr. and caller to Kissimmee
their connection' depends upon the years, according to surveys plans I Mrs. Art Bronson Mr. and Mrs. John : G. C. Saturdar'Mrs. Mondayas 'I
same principal that would determine. and estimates presented by the state IThomas. I. P. Tyson, L. N. Neikirk.I I the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. M. .
their employment by a business houseor road department. and Homer Cromartie.' Miller, in Kissimmee. '
corporation of such kind. 'lAn' appropriation to meet hte fed I
IPn In that work where the board comes eral aid apportioned to the state of ,
directly in contact with the people of Florida for the year 1917 and 1918. ,I
Florida-the work of the assistant "At the present time each of the ABSOLUTELY'STOPS ALL LEAKSGRAPHELASTIC
health-officers physicians and nurses several counties issues its own annual
.-the demand is greater for educated license and teg for' motor vehicles, I
us specialists The election of such em and the receipts for same go into the ROOF PAINTSOLD
ployes might oven the door for inefficiency general county fund. As the automobile -
through friendship, favoritism license represents the largest fac. UNDER' POSITIVE GUARANTEE i
J. and political pull, if such a' door tor of wear 'on the reads of Florida, '
,. had ever existed. But in the con the fund thus derived should be essentially NOT AN EXPERIMENT BUT AN ESTABLISHED TESTED: PRODUCT

* stru Jlol\\.tofthe board, that door was I :''a'maintenance fund. The legislature ,
will old roof Any apply
s % Craphelattic make an as good *t new. one can. 1
\ "' .. Clever built in, and from the beginningall I will therefore be asked to pro-
such influences have been scrupulously : vide for a single annual license to be it. For 5 year. the standard roof paint of the South.

been barred out. issued only by the state and that the OUR PRICES: Barrel.. 52 gallon, 60c per gal. Half barrel., about

{ In Thousands On this subject the executive officer' fund thus created be set .aside for the 30 gallons, 65c per: gallon. Let than half barrel, 75d per gallon.
has written in the forthcoming annual I maintenance of state and state-aid. '
roads. Grsphela.tic will cover about 200 square feet to the gallon. ;;
of the board follows _
report : "By
h making competition and ability requirements : "If the above legislative programcan Graphclaitic Liquid Cement for roofs in very bad condition' $1 I per gal.Graphelaitic ..

' : of selection and employ, be carried out, Florida will withina heavy cement. 50 "pounds, 8c per pound. ,

.' of Families ment!' and divorcing from the appointment few years boast a complete system Above prices subject to 10% discount for cash. .
of technical and clerical! forces of through state roads, with laterals ..
ao i all pressure of friendship: and favoritism branching off to every county.* seat
the executive officer has .gath and local market center. Such a road Graphelastic Manufacturing Co. }
n, Instant Pottum is regarded as one of the regular ered about him a working strength system, coupled with her mild climate
freed from political taint or the and fertile soil, will increase her population ..

_staples of-the.pantry,_alont.withflour sugar; and'other"necessities" charge of_the payment of political by leaps and bounds, and it is .....Q..oo.> .o.
debs for campaign services of all not unreasonable to look forward to
of life. kinds. Every technical assistant has the day when she will be called home

Ay had to measure up to standard/ established by more> than 10,000,000.loul."

t k--Instant f,. Pottum looks and tastes much likecoffee which however by an, examining the state health board,officer of Take Herbine for Indigestion. It DIXIE I FLYER AND DIXIE LIMITED

a* executive officer of the board relieves,the pain in a few minutes and
but causes none of'tbe discomforts of coffee. has purposely not been a member,'and forces the fermented matter which ALL-STEEL ELECTRIC-LIGHTED TRAINS FOR i

every clerk has known that the stability causes the misery into the bowels
t I .It'is i a pure food-drink, rich in the nourishing goodness of his position depended On tins I I where it is expelled. Price 60c. 'Sold CHICAGO AND St. LOUIS '

I of choice: wheat, including the mineral elements of the character of work and service render by Osceola Pharmacy.CHICHESTER. DIXIE FLYER DIXIE LIMITED ' '
ed." Lv Jaek onvllle-.A C L S.30 PM Lv .I..c............ ACL 9J5 AM
grain so essential for perfect health. Through the fires of. experience he Ar Macon .GSAK 4.25 AM Ar Macon..vGSJcF "S"I'M
mistakes of the past and of others' s L&O Ar Atlanta ......C of Q 7.40AM Ar Atlanta.-----( 7.30 PM
have been avoided and there has .been } Ar Chattanooga .ICtttl 12.12 PM Ar 11.43 PM air
,r Here is a beverage that children well the built up by these careful methods a BaVaNBk Aj Ar Nathvllle _Jrtlttl: 4.45 PM Ar Nashville.Lv ..*-..msti 4.07 AM
as as health organization in ,Florida, whose fcla.i a.d iTaaa .l-z..... ..... n. Lv Nathvllle __JCUIl 8.15 PM Nashville ,.....LAN 4.15 AM a
older safely enjoy. It is ideal in value to the state and to the nation I is 1..1.,.". saw w aloe Wa.,.. Ar St. Louis ._.. 1C 7.20 AM Ar Evantvllle ....LAN K.38 AM
ones can its conven- recognized most fully by those,high 1 DraaaM..a ataap.A.ktot Bvir!int y..ft Eta: Lv Nashville__._.LAN 4,53PM Lv Evantvllle ....L&N .... AM
DIAMOND IIHANI fll-La.fc.UBTbl rl Ar E".n."III..L&N '.5S PMLvCvansvllle Ar St. Louis ...L& N 2.00 PM
ience (made instantly in the ) and delicious flavor. est in authority in national health affairs .._ .
10.25 PM Lv Evantvllle
and no sane business man' can STSEffivKERlT. _.CAEI ....CAEI 8.45 AM
is l A days' trial showsI'There's doubt that this efficiency would be lessened + Lv Vlncennea....C&EI 12.08PM Ar Vlnceimes.u..CAEI 10.16 AM
ten ."
the of Ar Terre H.ute..C&EI 1.33AM Ar Terre Haute.CAEI 11... AM
seriously by adoption selection Ar Danville......CAKI 3.13 AM Ar Danville. .."..CdEI:: ,1.07 PM
methods less in the
strenuous M. RIVERS 'M.D. Ar Chicago .....CAEI 7.10 AM Ar Chicago..CAEI 4.25 PM
of and to on
mn womn carry
a Reason" 'For ,Compartmant and Obaarrattao-Llbrarr SlaaplnB Can, wunTartabla, roomy and ",,"ul. .Wv
this work. ....
1..1 II. to Chic. ,JIi"Drawtm.
0 *. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .-Reom fclaaplna Con, JaokaonTilla to Chh... sad St.; Louu.
Dfawtoa-Room SlMplna Can JacluonvilU.. to AU-...*.
A pain in your Bide 'or back' that Office over, Osceola Pharmacy -.- ......eo.ch_ Men-back. l tot-d\, Jacluoavill.Uinlaft to Chle&fo.
catches you when you straighten up Can wrv. all maala'''''''''M,e.rvia.a la Caria.,
4 f Postum calls for a rubbing application of Phone US. ISOffte. CON ..TA'.... romnaTioii. .LCI.IN. eon ....."AT....;
ista Ballsrd's' Snow' Liniment. It relaxes: A"P" T. KMT TIOHtT MCNT OPATLANTIC .

the contracted muscle and permits
ordinary bodily motion withuot suffernff To Cur a Cold la One Day RAILROAD
: < or inconvenience. Price 26e 60e Tmk.LAXATITK BKOMO Qalala*:It-..the "THE TANOaMO flAILMOAD OF THE SOUTH' .
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) Oacb amd Raadacb.: work .fl Cold.Pi .
.' I ',' end $1.00 per bottler Sold by Osceola. ...lal. m.... mumr If It lail.two c.... .i.a FRITOT sass? a. L. elv/aea.a..tNeaa JiO.:KIMKLANOii seas a. .. W 1
9 s ss is sslI Pharma -..W. caovftVa alcmatan M> oak DM.. 1M.'II JABKBOMVILLC. fLA., "' Tar PA. rtA.

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Letters' Prom Our ReadersAN A :.. aR'O

Plenty .f 'Era I usually righteous 1 yet'who are placedIn Not kidnapped by bandits and *

Polk' County, Record: Some men. position that they must knov. how 4 hidden away in a cave to weeps
: '+ and starve and 1'00.DIllon to.*
'are born to object. They are opposed! ---
to everything. The weather the .' some one else thinks before daring to 4 frenzied searching. Were that PL'OLD'
the roads, the streets,government '' the spek for themselves. May their. tribe INDUSTRIAL CRISIS APPROACHING are entered into the ears of the Lordof 4 the case, one hundred men would '

food they eat the beds they sleep in,, decrease! i sabaoth. Ye have lived In pleasure 4 1 rise to the need be. Un- .,4
j .*..-- 4 1 fortunately the losing of the lad *
all are objects- their* unanimous, I' on the earth and been wanton; ye RUBBER COPPER
disapproval.:' They cannot help, ob Some IHsbaeu"Punta To the Editor have nourished hearts In the 4 1 is without any dramatic excite.. '
your as
jecting. These'men are freaks and Sober thoughts nil the minds of day of slaughter. Ye have condemnedand 4 ment; though very sad and very. 4 I TIRES BRASS
Conch Herald: The Wauchula 4 real. The fact Is his f.ther. '
should be pitied. world's'best thinkers TUBES LEAD
many of the as killed the Just; and he doth not "
Advocate 4 lost him I too to alt 4
'ntimttes busy
broadly that there they look into the future. Tremendous resist Be ,
you. patient therefore
are seventy-two "mo abllcks" in the the 4 with him at the fireside and an. .ROPE 'SOMPIRONRAGS I
"Unexplainable" changes have occurred: during past brethren unto the comln r of the
Florida Advocate: It is curious to town of Inverness and It alleges', that two years. The times have been vibrant >>- Lord. Behold the husbandman wait- 4 4 1 swer his trivial questions dur 4 4 BONES

us that Gov. Catta will nob take the with these as citizens, the town "will with intensity. The' wheels of eth for the precious fruit of the earth the years when heroes fathers of are the .

advice Dixie. of 'hit friend the.. Jacksonville, be 'a hard road to travel." Fast is, industry their have this nation whippedup .* and receive hath the long early patience and latter for it rain., until Be he 4 only let go great hishold upon him.yYes 4 | SEND IT TO US WE A IIT PANEIPtUWrite

a hard road runs right through the America is enjoying > the "most ye also patient, ; stabllsh your hearts; 4 1 his mother lost him! Being too + For Prkdist ,
center the abounding prosperity fn her history ina for the coming of the Lord draweth 4 much engrossed in her teas, din4' *
"Pork" and Pork o( place.; 4 ners and club programs, she let I'EMNSlLM NOM CQ
century and a half.Never have nigrh. Grudge not
Herald one against another .
+? Miami There is one porkJlleasul8 4 the maid hear the boy his 4
such high wages been paid to the brethren, lest be condemned say esrc.aAY: 'JACaS0NVIULtLt..
that Florida ought to "The Long Green""' ye ; 4 .
pass prayers and thus her grip slipped *.
workers two dollars a day for the behold the Judge standeth before
and that is to raise a million more Arcadia News. : This would have the 0 and the boy was lost to his *
and to door.
cheapest form labor up James 619.
loge been a good year to have a crop of 4 home. Aye the church Ilst. -
dollars for workers In But above all
forty five a day this daik international
onions. A Manatee county farmer 4 1-lml! Being so much occupied 4 ORANGE 'CENTER NOTES
of the factories. Yet industrial
munition with all
some its
storm rumblings
Sure Thing, ., Is reported to have received' $1,500for fetl over the and 4 with sermons for the wise and -
are of
muttering with
Pensacola News: It certainly be. one acre of melons. grave industrial apprehensions complications that will inevitably lurid flashes of violence hate, is tht its 4 elderly who pay the bills and Mrs. Vassau has taken charge of

gins .to look like "Uncle Sam" is goingto 11 --'-- follow the present war. rainbow of promise. "The coming seen of 4 having 'good care for dignity the hotel at Orange Center, and will
sever diplomatic relations with A Little Sermon 4 the minister and elder were unmindful *
According1 to the Current Opinionfor the Lord.draweth. nigh. The world's accommodate all visitors.
There Is only one right to advertise 4
John Barleycorn. way of the human feelings +
July "there is a cloud on the hori ndutsraii strife will end at the '
and that is to hammer sec 4 of H. B. Whitaker, of the Dixie Pro
YOlJrname the boy in the pew and made 4
zon. It Is no bigger than a man'shand ond coming Christ. It
How About It, Ed. your location, your business so and yet it is a cloud that maywreck settled by human wisdom.can Socialismcan never 4 no provision in sermon orsong duce Company left Tuesday on a hurried .
Tampa Breeze: You can do just as constantly, so persistently so thoroughly American prosperity." bring about settlement. 4 or manly sport for his boyishness trip north to arrange. for the
you durn please t .this town.just so Into the people' heads)that If Will there be a tumble in 'wages This never is not a pessimism.a Earnest 4 and so the church and handling of spring produce. .

long as it has been your usual cus they walk turn in their their steps sleep to they will store.instantly when the war, is overt And will themultitudes'ot thoughtful men everywhere see the 4 4 many sad-hearted parents are M. G. Kibbe left Tuesday for Chicago -
tom. your now looking'earnestly for the *
The is friend in workeis accustomed to dangers that threaten. It is well to to ship his household goods
newspaper your 'spitsof lost boy.-Author Unknowtt. *
big wages stand idly -submissive un- face facts squarely. The student. of
criticisms. It to build .
Commendable Enterprise your helps der the very'shadow of the fabulous God's word looks above these south.
Marianna Timca-Courlari Leon up the community that supports you. war fortunes heaped together by.: the distressing scene, beyond' thee clashes .tOOOOOOttOOOot tOOOOOOOO. G. W. Stokes spent Tuesday ,and
county is going to provide free'dipping When the day cbmes ,that the newspapers Wednesday in Orlando.
financial reapers from the war's harvest of might against might and ftxe.'hi. -
vats for her farmers. This is a are dead the people are on the ? hope on the return of Jesus. This The Dixie Produce Company recelv-' '

good move and one that. other counties. edge of the grave. with. nobody. to There is an undeniable feeling of will be the Christian's '.nchor'ln' the an overflowing market In the near ed a carload of.commercial fertilizer: i

_should follow. . write the -epitaph.-Ex* suppressed anxiety over the outlook. coming Industrial storm.V future and the hgih cost* of living Wednesday which will be handled for
-.- the benefit of fruit and truck growersin
; Some There is a strong sentiment that ry sincerely yours, problem will soon be solved by the .
Straight Talk"Lakeland this
Only a Left somehow human is vicinity
history approaching Orlando FI8C.. P. c
Miami. Herald: The Ancient and Star: We are going to a crisis. But who can throw light : large crop of home necessities which Mr and Mrs. Schuch who have s

Accepted Order of the White Featheris adopt a rule that if a man comes In this difficult ,.problem Who, can ,. our people are preparing for tho n':artet. .. been spending the winter with .their h

not growing perceptibly in this to us to advertise. or get work and he read the future? Surely It,Is beyondthe KISSIMMEERex The old song of hard 'times, son, Will Schuch left Monday for. '
country. Some of the charter nvemberf Is known to beat a fellow competitor kenof the human mind Yet there after being for a,few days on times their Indiana home,, expressing: their il,
hard again ,
".. stilt) psrtid*,once in...:whUe.J1ow, ,' that man dent-get.1itlUnitlr: m us. is"One who'knows'thrend 'from the i .business,.visit to' bl.'Old.friend, 'L. com* no moriv iiisoon'.be desire to spend another winter in this '
ever. We feel that way. even though our beginning-the living God.. B. Drawdy, is again with his friends operative in our ounty and state of unlimited resources.

worst enemy may be the one touchedby And "We have also a more sure In this city; while in St.' Cloud we .people from other localities. ran come .

b . Slay on Me JobtNassau .- 'f, : the dead-best..An>. fellow .that!) word of prophecy; where unto ye dodo were carefully noting conditions In and .partake of our. abundance. "ith LIFT YOUR CORNS *"
County deader s Thai lithe will beat; a newspaper these days well that ye take heed, as unto a he Wonder City and making mental l hearty good 'will, w OFF WITH FINGERS

hit you made yesterday doesn't. countin when his product Is just the same as light that 'shineth in a- dark. place." comparisons between our two' most Germany'i defiance, of neutral .
today's game. money is entitled to the. worst epithets 2 Peter 1:19.: \ noted cities-Klssimmee, with her rights possessed by' our government Tells How to t-ea'a Tender. Com
I ,one can bestow' In this sure word even the forebodings beautiful Broadway, her splendid presents' a rather alarming aspect; but
Artillery First-"Admiral" Next I that now fill men's hearts are dwellings I her handsome white way, I< x'a fp'nion; of this matter !.A In nowise 'or Callus So It Lifts Out

Plant City Courier s First the TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, foretold. After delineating those"signs" her grand hotels and far from being I !"en changed. The rov-lutl Without. PainYou .
ida navy lost-Its 'guns, and now Flor-I l HAIR STOPS;.FALLING which were to serve as precursors the least because'last mentioned her In Russia and the establishment of: a .m ,
scheduled to lose its present commo- .. of the second coming of King well dresssd and fine looking ladies government in that country antagon reckless menand women who

dore the Hon. "T. R.. Hodges shell Save Your Jlalr"i'Cd.'! 25 cent bottleof Jesus-Uv9 !I'd I.tress of nations, with aside from all these, her' business stlc to Germany has placed 1 her in 'a.rccarious are pestered with'corns and who have

fish commissioner: The honorable Danderlne right now-Also perplexity" and so forth-the inspired houses are nGt'excelled in graduer\ condition removing at least once a week Invited an awful
commissioner should have resigned stops 'itching scalp. descrtptlon continues "men's by many in the state take ,it as, ,it the last. chance "for an nUianc3 which death from, lockjaw or blood poisonare
when his artillery was removed and hearts falling them for fear. and for comes, and this city presents as fine a pparently the 'czar anj his political now told by a Cincinnati authorityto 1
not. awaited the governor to torpedo! looking after those things which art combination of excellence as any f.ih+lly were in favor of, renders hfj use a drug called freexone, which
I I I colorless and
his job. ,The lion. J. A. Williams is Thin brittle scraggy coming on the earth." .' other of its size in this or' coed desperate. Germany, evideat.'y! the moment a'few drops;,are appliedto
hair evidence
to be the Is mute of a neglected state. St. Cloud while it does not believed. at the outset that Russia soill
new master, of. the gunless scale of that.awful scurf. We have reached the time foretold.We any corn or callus the soreness,IsreU..ed
ossess'the advantages that-we haven I and involved in domesi .
gunboat after July.Tribune There is noting so destructive to have reached tht time of the "dis prepared so and soon the entire corn or
tress of nations" in Kissimmee is still in its modest tic i< troubles that .she could not wage a
pictur advance lifts off .with the
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair callus, root .nd.aU.
"Ad" Got One of its lustre, its strength nt.d its very and now' men's heart /%$/ filled with way an attractive city. Its streets are successful war, now with Russia fingers,
Fort Myers Press: ,Anyone having life eventually) producing a, feverishness forebodings over "th se hinge which well paved its private dwellings and gainst her a combined!' and united Freezone dries the moment It is applied .
a cute little doggie In need of a nice and itching of the scalp whichif are coming ch. the eartK"We stores well adorned and its G. A. R. people, she turns to' the 'U. S.,I and simply shrivels the corn or
comfortable, will confer a great favor not remedied causes the hair rootsto are approaching a crisistheworld'q lall large and spacious. On the outskirts which may be termed the. strongest callus 'without Inflaming 'or, even'Inritating &?
by communicating with this "colyum.! "hrlnk. loosen and die-then the crisis. It will be felt in every is a fine'in which numerous power on the globe and'R'oes' down the. tissue
surrounding or
Pedigree and character not essential. hair falls out fast. A little Danderine sphere"of human activity. It will.belt benches have been placed and.on with all. the glory that can be attachedto bottle of freexone will
: which the old soldiers congregate to the contest she makes against skin. A small
Tampa Tribune. Someone tonight-now-any time.will surely the globe.
: .
fight over againtheir battles of the overwhelming) numbers her belief cost very little at any of the' drugstores
end. Lambright a doggie. save your hair. We. are swiftly approaching the ;
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's time foretold" by the Apostle James in past. Ladies may found must be that If our government can but'will positively rid one'sfeet . Praise Your Town Danderine from any drug store. You these significant words: occupying these seats and some of be brought into the coalition with her of every'" hard or soft corn or

...',., Volusia County Record: Let us surely can have beautiful hair and lots "Go to now, ye rich men, weep and these who desire repose bring over other enemies that our,national con hardened callus,._ If your druggist d
praise our city. Stand bj- our business of it if you will just try a little Dan howl for'your miseries that shall coma their; bedding and sleep for hours at a servatlam.will to a great ext'nt prevail hasn't any freexone he can get It' at.
\. and professional men. They are derine Save your hair! 'Try, itl; upon you. Your riches are corrupted, time. ,The electric lights are in fine in securing.better. terms than anwholesale drug house for yon.. k

the bone and sinew of our'municipaltructure. I C and your garments are moth-eaten.. shape and freely used' and they were would otherwise be granted.The .
f .. Let us stand by. our Wbiaover Yon Need a Oeoeral Toedc Your gold and silver is cankered; and layingdown a water main which willcompete unfortunate banana which was Wanted wood-cutters; steady work} '
,echools and churches-they rare the Take Orore'o: : the rust of them shall he..., witness the equipment of this modest supposed to hay been killed by frost, $1.00 per'eerd. For particulars, writeW. *
of little city. With this combination' in baa put on a wonderful growth in R. Mellier, Folford. Fla. ;
hopes our.future. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless against you and shall eat your fleshas .... .
our midst both of which instances at least three feet -
chill Tonic is exjoally valuable as a it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure our.county many .
-Pathetic Thing of Life" General Tonic because< it contains the together for the last days. Behold, may be proud of, Osceola county may and the prospect for: a new crop is Sealed, bids will NOTICE be )received by,the_.
Arcadia News: One of the pathetic well known tonic propertieaof QUININB'and the hire of the laborers who have well boast of !her resources we have S Under f Board of County. Commissioner of 0..
thing of life is to see some men who''' IRON. It acts on the User Drives reaped down your fields, which is of besides this beautiful Campbell Station the impression that you hat* ceol count. up to 10 a. m., April tad
ere capable of having opinions of I oat .Malaria. Br>ricbe* the Blood and you kept back by fraud crieth: and ,'Whittler, Bassenger Kenansville enough of this badly scattered affair til, on elaanlnatnoM Board from oak treeson

their.own, mid whose opinions are;I Builds up the W..,ole. System.. 50 cents. the cries of them which have reaped and Pine City all places of some note will\ close. REX., right courthouee to accept lot.or reject any reserves. or all bide the
i with Narcoossee thrown in at the termination ,l, L. OVBR8TRKI: .-
,. . of our S. B. R. U., and many AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS OF ,. n-It.. Clerk for said Boar*.'
i 'II
other-places'of note which make one r
i r of the grandest counties in the state :...........:.. - VVHAT"IS' "
and that socalled terrible freeze ,has
nit left a notable trace behind it save The complete automobile road map
In the decreased supply of insects of Florida (pocket edition),.which is
Creal.Sobscrip.iionCIubirsTI1E which invade all parts of the county. being 'offered by the Valley Gazette LAXFOSLAXfOS
".The members of Company, Second for the small sum of 25c is finding a

Regiment, National Guard are ready .sale and if you have not got
! with us once more.. They received an ours, better get busy as they will $ IS'AX IMPROVED CASCARAA
ovation that must have been gratifying not last any great length of time: LAXATIVE'CATNAR1IC
.. ..".,. and we consider well deserved The map is 'folded in a'' neat cardboard DIGESTIVE.
I '_ but t it carries us back to a previous, cover of a size fitting the.coat 'AND LIVER TOMC

home coming in 1865 when disasterand pocket-about a .ordinary. i I. envelope LxJt-Foa is not a Secret or Patent lfedl.. a
KISSIMMEE ruin marked the places when the .lie-and when opened is 21x29 cine but is composed the following.
VALLEY GAZETTEYour residence of the soldiers had Inches. It shows all automobile roads old-fashioned roots and herbs ,

been; the silent pressure of ,the throughout the entire state; the Dixie CASCARA BARK i
hand and the ready tear drop was all Highway, and from itwne can pick out
Wide-Awake County Paper, which carries < that was left to show appreciation of at first glance any auto road in FJor- BLUE FLAG ROOT

the Complete Local and Home News, Personal the past lost struggle, but let us away Ida. being the latest revised,certain. RHUBARB ROOT' .
with these dull thoughts and sincerely ly in lSomet.hlng".we. all should: possess BLACK ROOT
Mention, Editorials, and 3 Years Subscription to hope that naught may create similar to say the least, and is complete in MAY APPLE'ROOT' I
experiences.> L. B. Drawdy with every detail. The map also shows the SENNA LEAVES '
whom we spent our time in St. Cloud population 'of incorporated towns for "
THE-S OUT HERN R U R A L I 1ST has an Interesting family of four girls he'years of 1910, 1900 and 1890 with AND PEPSIN
In LeX-Foa the CASCABA is Improved by
\ and two boys, his wife. Miss Mamieis the total population for the years
mentioned. It carries the scale of the addition of these digestive tngredi-
of the best beloved and
The South' ,Greatest AgriculturiaJ Magazine, together with a splendid full one of energy industrious mothers and a miles, electric' lines are indicated separately eats Gar making,and tans it better the combination than ordinary acts CASH not

'' splendid housekeeper They,formerly! as are.all the county seats. fonly
THREE SHEET GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA: : :WALL CHART 28x36 INCHESat stimulating laxative and cathartic '
lived at Kenansville and we engagedIn On the reverse side of the map Is a but also as digestive and liver tonic.

merchandising, but during the absence >> complete Gazeteer of Florida, giving Syrup laxatives are weak but Lax-Po$ '
price that will appeal to you.' Read the offer below
a :
of last November, afire such Information as banking, towns combines strength with palatable aromatic
KISSIMMEE" VALLEY GAZETTE destroyed all their property"and money order postofficas etc. taste and does not gripe or disturb ,
SPECIAL since! that time 'they have been livingin the stomach. One bottle will prove
Weekly t Year. ,,\ ;-. _w- . $2.00; St. Cloud and appear well satisfied Visiting card: printed by.tJi.. Valley LAX-FOS is invaluable for Constipation 1

with their surroundings. _They are Gazette Job Department.. .\P. Indigestion; or Torpid Liver. Price SOl:.
SOUTHERN t about-one.mile from ,the depotandhave
i .
om h.nal.on'I I Price
a good set of neighbors.
\ While in Kissimmee Rex has been ,

'QEOROAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA rather on the.transient order dividing THE SOUT'HLAN'bALLSTEEL
.. 5 his time among those whose business
WALL CHART: -. $1.50, G.2'7 required'' attention. He is a present ELECTRIC-LIGHTED
..; visitor with Peter Savage's family but D TRAIN

N Total, .' .: $3.00 has been a great dal-wHh our nurseryman Grand''
Indianapolis Cleveland .,
R.-B. Ward whose,untiring Chicago, ,
industry has caused his fine place: to
-GEOGRAPHICAL_ ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL,, CHARTb .-' flourish like the proverbian tree spok. Rapids, Cincinnati and Louisville y
tn of in scripture. His wife not only -
Qu. '
'a work which moats of tare* large doabl* shoots. 28x3 inches f.ia size, bond r..d.*.. at the takes charge and the house In L* """'II" k.C C t I IfcJOPMLvTIfton. 120 PM Pullman Observation Sleeping CarJack.and Compartment -
helps LvWaycros*.._. A ;
top by aa oaamel strip with metal loops for aaagug. The front sheet has the best order but her husband IIODville Jacksonville to'
a splendid map. ., th. .... GSAF' 1Z.AOAM to Chicago;
-- ,
world beaatifaDy colored sad varnished, show* steamer roan. with distances botwoca ports. Oa reTn in tables the and care of his trees and fruitsvege of the- .Macon....... Cot G &ASAM Indianapolis (via Louuville) (for occu-'
..side; Uhntratioa* of th. Panama Caaal with complete flowers a part Lv Atlanta....,-L..d: N 7.1 AM nancy: until 7.30 a.m.)Jacksonville to"i i
statistics.,. data etc. 0. the suxt sheet beautiful flower and fruits design are Lv Kneivlllo.___ LAN. 1L29 PM Cleveland (via Cincinnati) daily I
b a large map ..f your state :showing each ceaaty colored. separately. railroad aad distances,' ceagrassioaal due to her good taste and judgment.Mr. Ar Cerbln... .. LAN I.2t PM Jacksonville to Grand Rapids (via-. I

aad seaatorial districts. Aroaad tho margia are portraits of all (ororaon of tho.state .Joe Smith, former'.na1deDt.of Ar Leulsvlll."?.._.LAN S.OO PM 'Cincinnati).emi-*eekly,leaving Jacksonville -"

aad whoa"each sac served. Oa revs,* side_Ira Gaxoteer of tho,state with"lastcsasas.; The third Whittler paralysis is and suffering while boisterous from a stroke March of ArlndlanapolM. Penn 2.00AM Mondays and Thursdays"ThorouAhfare
Ar Cincinnati... LAN. CoMJaCbo 4'
sheet coataias good colored map ., th* U. S. aba a.tadara parcel post map. of the U. s.. with is reigning the general health of our LvClndnnaU... CUAI .:u.u PM' and seat
faD. parcel post iafenaatiosv. laws, .... .fCea' otc, also. popabttoa of aO th. prfadpal dtie_of the city is good. Our people generallyare ; Ar Qrattd..... GRAI 2.MPM Jacksonville to to Cincinnati;large and oaf

.' JJIC U. S. Tab, semethiaf aded ia every horn*, ofico.. school, and caaaot b aaywher hearty,'strong. and ,vigorous. A Cincinnati... Penn IIUO PM ea yhf&bbackedt.jelectriolichted.NChIca. ,
,' thaa' few cold affect the natives, bat our, ..."....,. Penn T...SAM, '
at Mafl_for ISM $ Invalid class consist of those who Lv Cincinnati:._. Penn 1LMPM Dints serrinc. all meals, service ,"

ban come here from other clime for M C............... Penn 7.40. All a la earte.'

'. ; the purpose of regaining lost enorgia .
; : Only a UmHtxl Number; *o aend *twr order at one:*.to the and those among this class who are ',eve. ," near to .." "..... ..... eeATLANTIC

r, : KISSIMMEE VALLEY :,GAZETTE, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: discreet measures enough are to rapidly use proper' recovering sani COAST LINE RAILROAD

,\. - .. from th*complaint that affect them., "THE TANDAMD MAiLMoao or THII: BOUTMA r .
tl '/ Irish being cultivated '. **. KlflNLANO
'N potatoes are .
<. sffllTOT
: to an extent that bid fair to produce .....,.. _....... a.... a... .. .,..,.. 7aY.A..ILA ,. a.b. ..
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lfBdck to the Fl".ffy" Afternoon FrockThe ''CALOMELDYNAM.ITE-YOUR LIVER!

T fluffy afternoon frock .U to divide in dr ss materials borders "'
I honor. with sport clothes this very frequently. The bordered fabric MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
season. While we know that with
sports a design scattered all over the
clothes are all-important' that their surface is one of the moat striking of
SPECIAL FORMULAS charms are indeed legion and that no the new effects. Borders on plain ma.
FOR woman who considers herself as have terlals have been used largely before "Dodsoi's Hirer Starts Your hirer Tone tonight, Your druggist' or dealor'.
ing: the least pretensions to being and they are again favored this sea. Tone" till you a 60( cent bottle of Dod on'.
CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, fashionable will! be without a goodly son, but the border around an all over Better Thu Calomel and,You Don'l Liver Tone under my personal money. ..
TOMATOES assortment of them this yaar; yet inspite design is the very newest fashion. buck guarantee that each spoonful will -r"'+e
'.' CORN, of all this, we must acknowledgethat Both the embroidered and the printer Lose a Day's Work clean our aluggliili liver belter. than a..
there is a touch of severity about effects are looked up with favor.. The done, of nasty calomel and that it won't
Write /for our new price list on all brand Agricultural. Chemicals, them that creates a craving: for he colors shaw the same tendencies note: make you IIl k.
'. Insecticides Materials, tic contrast of dainty, frilly, lingerie in the other spring: and summer m!, Liven up your 'slujrRlnli liver I Feel Pod sou's Uwr' Tone I Ie real liver,
One and vheerfultusks work
frocks. terials; that is, they are quite antoften your aplennure rnPdil'lne."ulI'lI know it next morningheeauRO -
t gay be and full of ambition .
: .
? 1 combine several bright tonon. lint take jho nasty dangerous,:/ you will wako up feeling fine.
\ {. .'. are arriving daily-get'our prices and get the best. 6 I, One of these fascinating bort ref calomel "Iwciuva 'It' make you sick and jour liver mill lie working; headache
fabrics illustrated\ in the sketch of and dirrincfci gone M. stomach will be
FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing lone a day's ork.
1 We sell the HAINES afternoon you! may and 1 bowel .
an dress for a young girl. sweet regular.rtocUrtn's
Calollll'ls I | or quicksilverwhich
: in row or broadcaiting. Excellent for all Fertilizer; Lime" ,Ashes This shows by far the simplest and ) Cannes mercury necrosis of the bones. Uvt'rj entirely VC("3In .
If.. and soft Phsophale. not the least' effective way of using I Calomel erallhl'l into our bile like Mi-, therefore Harmless and enn, not
USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon such materials.. The border goe! dynamite, breaking it up. That's when salivate Give it to your children.Million .
around the bottom of the skirt and )you feel that awful nausea. and cramping. / of people| ate. unliii iJoditon'ir:
your citrus trees (for sure re ulta. Manufactured by J. Schnarr C makes the belt, and a strip of it is ap- Listen to tile| If you want to enjoy liver/ Tono lntc & Co., Orlando our subsidiary plied around tIM edge of the sleeves the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel, now.or\ driijjjiUt/!/ will tell you that
forming a veritable frame for the. fig clcatminfr you ever experienced just take the Ditto of Culvmcl .I U aliuofet. stopped, o
FERTILIZER COMPANY a sl'oonflll'.of harmless DOII on'. Liver entirely here.
THE: INDEPENDENT a ure.Kimono Styles and Short Sleeves "

} The designers have returned to kimono
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA sleeves and tho/ bodv-and-sleeve What the W. C. T. ,U.. Is I
..tOOtt 044. tO.... oooo .. in one effects. Many of the, new ,Doing ('>>
s blouses and dresses are these
""'- --"- ----,-"--- styles and .
r / ---- -"- ; a good many show the -
.. .o.ottoooo.o oo .oo.o 444044044e ooooo OOOt (... short sleeves! which have a fair prom In Missionary Lines The W. C. T I with supplemental helps to give the
ise of being taken up for spring and U, is sending good speakers and literature I clearest possible teachings in physiology .
summer, though, the exclusion' into the neglected parts of the and hygiene:and to interest the
I for Fresh Meats i of long sleeva The most favored: state like Washington Wakulla another students by offering, prizes for the
'i' : | Storage type of long sleeve at pressnt is fitted I western counties l bent essays' ,on stimulantD and nar-
closely from the elbow' to the The W. C. T. U. is paying a missionary cotics.It .
At the elbow or above it, there is wrist.j to meet all steamers that ar- assists the Sunday school teacher
.y Ii'y i Storage Rata Beginning December lit: ness the sleeve -being shaped rive at Port Tampa.: in emphasizing temperance truths
f point extending away from the It is endeavoring to help the ne- by most attractive posters beautiful
Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Days. fI The Puff in Skirts I grres: perfect temperance 'organizations concert exercises, mass meetings and! !
A feature of the new skirts which among themselves and to edu- quarterly temperance lessons.
Curing Pork ready for smoking 1 l-2c. pound
l' 1, per appear to be very acceptable II is the cate them to good literature. It aims to supply the press with the
; Twenty Days. I puff at the lower edge produced by a It is holding temperance medal contests results of the latest investigations of ;
Curing and Smoking '2c pound. gathering of the edge to a foundation. among the Spanish and ItaliansIn science as it relate to alcoholic and
: per ki
Evening dresses are especially"graceful Tampa.and distributing good leaf I narcotics> to report the progress ,of
--- =- : )-r in thirttylerwhether" made of' taf. lets among them and among tho the temperance movement and to keep
the killed. We will do YuCaW feta, satnl charmeuse or the 'other Greeks and the Syrians.' before the reading public the' principles .
t Bring hogs day they
us are '
your soft silks. __ _
: I In V.vnntrf-MaUe V.fTnrt. Tha w- f! of total abstmnce for the individual ,
the rest. : I T.:u:aims to. 'wr.ij; reading of the and prohibition for the state.It .
Bible in the public schools.It concerns itself in every child wel-.
strives to teach the benefit of fare movement, endeavoring; to pre. .
'j A Charming. Way of Developing:'the clear!, sober, upright living to railwaymen vent employment .Of young chili
KISSIMMEE ICE: & COLD STORAGE: CO. New Bordered .FabricsTher streetcar'men. ,'postmen' policemen . drn, to secure for all youth industrial... ....
and firemen. training, aid In the reclamation. .
1 : comes a time |fn the life of < It takes intense interest in the spiritual .of all ;juvenile offenders.
... ....... .o..t. ooooooooooooooooo..o.ooooo..... even the most ardent devotee of sports welfare of the soldiers and sailors \ It seeks to instill into the mindsof
when one must relax and think them "\ and by literature, letters and the young the knowledge of the
-- ..- -- -- if when one must relax and it is at 1 "comfort bags" filled with all thing a harm done by tobacco and other nar-
these times that the feminine longing \ aa l "!'one" man needs seeks to supply a cotics.
.' ..I for dainty, picturesque frocks meant little of the hmoe life to their lonely. Testimony of Dr. E., O. Taylor of the
.. solely to make one as bewitching as Ii V's. National Temperance Society in a Letter
4 possible must bcsatUfled.; The W. C. 1' U. by its ministry of to Mia 1C.""*I -
M. G. 'KIBBE & CO. : And so, for the delight of the feminine comfort,to the poor the sick and the "My experience and observation
.. heart, there are most irresistible a bereaved.In makes me feel very keenly the importance -
FARM LANDS NORTH AND >OUTH creations of sheer silk voiles soft Preventive Mea.ure.The: W. C. i of the W. C. T. U. work and thatof
chiffons and crepes to say nothing of T. U. is furnishing lectures to hold the unions throughout the state.
We hare a bargain in a Five Acre Farm close in, the abundant variety of cotton voiles health institutes and give addresses. I This educational work, which is absolutely
marquisettes and Swisses that on mental and
are offered moral hygiene. essential to intelligent legislation
Six Room well finished Home, Barn Etc. Other goodones. this year. It is striving: to educate the general in Florida, must be done by some
Silk marquisette is combined with public on the dangerof patent medicines organization keeping steadily ,at it,
f charmeuse in many dainty dresses of .and to expose fraudulent"cures" and the W. C. T. U. I. the only. organ-
.ry We'want' Improved Farms, Homes, Rentals.. the more elaborate kind. The firmer I ization in the state that is pret-nding-
material takes seemingly the less In the Legal Depar'rnent-The W.;. to do this work or that is at all adapted -
PHONE 286 important part'but it really is quite' C. T. U. U persistently trying to make to do it. The meaning of which i Is
Important, forming the background, ,all acquainted with laws for the protection that there is, a duty and opportunity*
DAKIN.,.AVE. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA as it were, to bring out the sheer material of morals; to promote prohibi presented to your workers that Is simply
._, to greatest advantage. It may tion; to fight all vice. immense in Importance. I wish I'
fi '. be used in a band at the edge'of, the It 'works systematically to secure could help you to impress this mat
'i -' --- skirt and in touches on collar and cuffs the. enforcement of all laws. ter upon the people more than I will a
or it may be used fro a skirt with. a In Educational Work-The W. C. have the opportunity to do." rlki
t long; overdress of the sheer material WY.u T. U, plans to instruct those having 7O
b ; falling over it. Georgette crepe is another a the care of children'in all that relates :. .. ....... ..
1 of the dainty materials employed to the belt Interest of he child physi :, ;
:i R. S. FLOYD in this manner. cally. This It does by Mothers' IF 'YOU RECEIVE THE KIS- 0.
The crepe de chine dress is to come Meetings, by enrolling the very little O SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE *-'
.in for.more..attention than. it.has had children and by literature. ,*
Dealer InV -- O
for a long Lime crepe; ae cnme is to I I It endeavors to cooperate with pub. without having ordered that It +"'
b* one of the moat popular fabrics for'Youthful Evening Frock with Puffed lie school teachers in supplying them 0 be sent to you, no payment for it *-
Grain spring and dresses. -----." O will be asked of you. The +.
Groceries HOLY and Feed summer No one Skirt " '-----
will regret investing in a dress of this O County' Commissioners of Osce- *
: t'' green are among the other evening 0 ola county are paying for it as +
material. seeing that it has so many This U a very delightful effect for colors which make 0
Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. advantages among them that of beinga young girls and is used very free frocks,for the younger. exquisitely set. pretty' O an ty. advertisement Your name has for been t die cound+ -
material which can be laundered quently for their party frocks. The illustration Fans..slippers and stockings to O to them by one of your friends *.
\ very successfully. When so of shows how full of charm
t i Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed the present materials must many be dry- .' are misses' dresses in this style and match'which the dress one should are some be mindful'of the details of- 0 0 in interested the hope in this that section you would of Flor-be **.
cleaned a dress which can be launder. hat a great deal of this charm lies In'planning e Ida. *.
ed and look'just as fresh as new is a .in its.simplicity. The model is developed fect frocks to be in per o s
great boon to those whose incomes do in soft rose charmeuse, with, '.Ot."OOOtO'OOOOOOO..tO" .
not permit of many extravagances. chiffon of the s.mshade embroidered ,- --
a Smart Bordered Fabrics 'with gold threads forming the simple i .

> T MLnMIIN.aIV.Among the, fashionable- designs used ,"little bodice.. Orchid and sea-foarr) Eugene C., Bryan, Pre A. ". Bryan Vice Prea. P. 11', Weaver. Sec'y.lreaa.,

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Regular Army Enlistments Over 4500 During Treb. : I I I lilt Sill 1115 I 111111, APPLICATION O WELL: MKAL. m....
I Plant Peanuts.Supply Scarce -
LegalAdvertisements .
But More Are 'I' ICe.... *1. P. 2>.*....*1 I '
Many Needed for the
.,, Service a,.. B B.. ---- :
Whit Spanish. One Crop.--_._...---.._.._?._.,__..1.75 $1.56 t : : Notlo. 1* hereby given to all whom It
North Carolina. Two'Crop.' ....'...............-.....-_.......... 1.IS l.CI I '
I ,I Bmtra. Early Kings Cotton S..d...__-.....___..- ._.__._.. 2 00 may concern, that Ro.s'U. Tlndall ,a*
Together with Hosnoskl Sea Island Cotton Se.d.-....._-_-_.---_--_.___?_. S.(0" 2.00 III I I I lit Illllil'MAYOR'S Administratrix of the eftat ,ot M. 1>.
an announcement lions of them; and they must b* trained nioomneld'a "IT' Bushel Prollflo Flint Seed Corn...._____ Lie S 21 PROCLAMATION Tindall. Deceased will on the hid dar.
[ that; 4,852 m.n had been recruited in thoroughly-trained to face the SELECTED' Tom Watson Melon Seed ..' ...______.760 Ib, .00 I In e-lb lots of ,
; April. A. D. 1>17, to the .
apply Honorable
,Aecleaned Begggr Weed Se.4..._,-_--- .-._.--...;.IOoJb. tie In 6-lb lots '
February for the regular army, high gruelling requirement of modern Sudan Oran S..4._.-_..._..._?_.--..__.-... ....._>0o Ib, 4 60 In S-lblots Und.r 'an4 by virtue of the power>>. T. M. Murphy',, County Jndre In
( officials of the War Department this warfare' How can we get them Natal Grass, Seed_.......-_..._..-.__._.___._. .....400 Ib, tie In (-Ib lots vested In n>e. 1, H. R. May Mayor of and for said County, at his cffloe In th* .
Lespedesa or Japan. Clo".r....,..-.__.. ........-...100 Ib, 2Sa In '.Ib Iota th. City of Klaslmmee. Florida, do Court '
i week renewed their request to the d.- Only through the American people, 100 Day ''V.I".t Hean.. .._._..._.....__._ ........Tt bu $1.70 In t-Bu lots hereby announce proclaim, and declare House In said County at !.
I Tense, prepardness and othr' patriotic who are their own masters."' Chinese:.: Velvet Bean..__.__.__.__......... .... 2 00 bu. l.tO In IUlllot. that an election will be held at o'clock a. ra, or.. coon thereafter ,
The great step, according to highest I All kind. of Sorghums and Millets. Yellow- and Whit. Dent Seed th. City HalL In said city, during the aa the matter b htard .
of the country to help can for authorIty
organizations IF Aral hour. of
Corn Maryland Whit., Hlokory King- Haatlnga Prolific, eta. Brabham votingon Saturday the '
build up the military establishment military authorities, can be taken and Iron,Cow P....., Ask.for.prices in lara. ,OtL Writ ... (:...I.t. list day of March ,A D. Itl7. for the to sell at publlo or private ami.,
I and in time pf peace to prepare ,for through the passage of a law for uni purpo. of electing the following officers the following; described real vital. In
venal, obligatory military training, for the term of one. year, via: said County to-wltt
I defense In possible war. The strength One
and Bloomfield & Seed Co Monticello Florida Mayor, 1.otu I. 9. 11
of the nation, however Is not to rest the universal training bill of the ursery One Clerk Lilly's'>8 cond It.Addition.and 11 of Block. of '

1 in the" regular army; itself, but in the general staff of the army- was sent to One One Treasurer.Also Marshal and. Tax Collector Lot It and 20 of Block 0 of Woodall
congress 'by President Wilson and A Doyle's Addition.
I civilian force and these nast be T .
to serve for the term of. twoyears Lot 1 of '
W. Baa
Secretary Baker just before the sixty. Addition South,
i trained for service in event .ef emergency : of the A. C. L. Railroad. .
or need.Figures fourth congress passed' away on PRA YER Three members of the City Council. Lot. 1 and 2 of Block 14 accord..a: to '
March 4. A bill undoubtedly will ba I hereby appoint H. N. Bratton J. M the official plat of Whittier Sled In
compiled as of De ember 4I ,,
Gardner. R. D. Oule., as Inspector, and
offlo of
the Clerk of
31, 1918. show the authorized strength perfected In the sixty-fifth congreslcongre.s SUBJECTS ARE SUGGESTED O M: Bhearouee a. clerk. of said elec Lot 1. 3. 5, 1. 17. It.the It.Circuit I*, is. 17.Court.2s.
I of the "line" in the army to be 100- which convenes In special tion. 2t. $0. 51. 33. of Alrea'a Subdivision' of" '
session on April 16, but it is.felt thatit In witness whereof I have hereuntoaet the northwest quarter ,of
Section 1*.
083 the actual
strength and
| / 84,771, my hand a. Mayor *f said city) and Township 21, Ranre It..
he vacancies, 15,312, the "line" includ. must be passed in that s-eslon: and I caused the seal of said city to b* hereunto Lot It
14. and the South half '
ng engineers, cavalry, field artillery. not be held over until December, when To the Churches of Christ in America: Wednesday April 4. Thy Kingdom affixed, this 2trd dayof February, of the Florida Agricultural Company of It** I
[ infantry and coast artillery. Further the regular ession opens, or later. The federal council earnestly recommends come." A. D. Itl7. H. R. Subdivision 'of Section II, ot Township
Before voting on such a measure, that the week preceding That love and treachery whichstruggled MAY. U, Rant* 11.
[ vacancies in other branches, such as I Mayor of City of Klsslmmee. .Which. application will be based
[ordinance, signal corps, quartermaster over 90,per' cent. of the members of easter be given to united intercession.The about Christ may not longer (Segl) petition for such sal now on upon"th file. '

I and miscellaneous organlEaI congress will count the votes in their subjcU suggested follow the, struggle in us or in the world. That we Attest) 3. XL GILBERT.Clerk. In aald Court. .

I corps tions,-bring the aggregate, shortage to individual districts and will endeavorto thought of'our .Lord's Prayer. may give ourselves and our an0 City lt-4t Dated March 17th, 1M7. '.

23,207. ascertain whether the majority favors Never Iq the history of our nation Christ in complete. surrender. That ROSA B.Ad"-TINDALL., '

I '. Under the five-year Increment plan, or opposes the plan then, they will has there been a more,I appropriatetime He may master our minds and hearts JJTATKMBNT. KRIBBS A STEED. I

(the strength of the regular army on vote- accordingly.The for thus cultivating a spirit of and make possible in us.and for us the ___Attorneys ,for Estate. 14-4t '

EJuly 1,' 1920, should be: Peace question, therefore, is up to the I devotion,. never a time, when we toned ,things of which we despair. Mad. under Section 12, Ch..pter'I.. .., 1 n Circuit Court for the Seventh Ju.

[:strength, 223,589; maximum war people themselves, and belief prevailsin I to humble ourselves before God, Matt. XXVI::1.16ThILr.dayApr1l ., Law of Florida, showing the amountof dlclal Circuit of the State of K.lorlda
Washington that the people'' want to rid ourselves of human selfishness, taxes charged to the Tax Collectorof In and for psoeola County. In Chan
I strength' 310030. The proposed peace Osceola county Florida, to h* collected eery. F. A. Stroup and R, D. Frank'
universal training, and can force to look for guidance that we do 5. "Lead us not Into
[strength includes non-combatant may for the current A. D. ISIS, ford. vs. Tom B.
year aomr.laln.nt.
congress to vote for it. The pacifists i the will of God and seek the establish.] temptation." drewa .. Quiet title..
[troops including unassigned recruits, and the apportionment of the same to
and Philippine scouts, ond over 5,000 lose no" opportunity to implore, to I ment of the kingdom of our Lord. I I That' there may be peace in men's the several funds for which t..x.. have may Ordejof concern.Publication.It To all from whom It.
appearing th
{Philippine scouts are included In thewsr.tlguru..also. threaten or to cos roe statesmen, and I Let us, in the, spirit,of) surrender to i souls, and an untroubled faith in God. been levied. sworn Bill of Complaint filed In the

..' : the people who love peace with honor God, and "of 'sympathy, That tl1erel'I1a' be earth. ahoy entitled cause that there. are
peace upon, 'APrOnTIONM NT QF..copn
I The gross, monthly enlistments in will' have lo' exert every legitimate I I sion for mankind, set 'end"compa..I That men and nations may love one . -, .... FUNDS .:, r.Y. '. scribed r.on..lnt.r..t.rt In the 1(111 In the of Complaint property In.In '
and reasonable influence with the of sacred .
[the army from July last. offset largreIly memory, every another, even as Christ loved us. That said case other" than the known rependents -
by expired enlistments, discharges statesmen in order to counteract tho the risen Christ may be enthroned being convinced of stn and of right J November ht.A. D. 1818 a. named therein and that
work of tin mollycoddles. over the life of a redeemed world. I the names of such other persons so In. '
and deaths, were as follows: July, > eousness and of judgment we,may befitted Geseral tereated are unknown to complainants.
4.095; August, 2fi05; September, 2- FRANK MASON NORTH, to receive the Comforter who is To amount assessed----------i7,547.26: and there. also appearing to he certain.

150; Oct ber- 2.347; November, 2,. EVERGLADES SUIT TAKEN S i PN idnet. the Spirit'of Truth.' That we may lay Amount collected ...*.__<,... 8.868.)lDalanca baptismal namedrespondents to said Hill whose

[824; rxscember.: 3,625(; ;, JaIJu8.ty..412)0! ; TO U. S. SUPKEME/ COURT CHARLES. S. MACFAfcLANE, aside all division and. bitterness and to be coUeet..< .."'...v$13.779 0 I riven because names they and are Initial unknown are and not '

'ebruarYI 4352.::And .evPtk Uuuu jr>'<> iLls conco'ded : In- "the'United States districtclr- The Federal Council of the Churchesof brethren-which i is In God. - --- ('......r !.... Complnlnt agralnst th,,\ said -unknownrespondqntH '
est-tiguvcs, liythe War \ '
; To: amount ssesod-----....,.... , I Department are the result of -extra- Southern district of Florida, Judge Christ in America. John XIVl-27! XVIjl-16: ; XVII:20-' Amount collected __-._....,.-_ I.fill&.11 that .- Vaue-hn Carr._ Sandlln t

ordinary efforts to'obtain recruits tntetltuted Rhydon M. Call following the filing 25.! ? Knowlis. ,_ Hterk, wife of -
of of heard Sunday, April |J. Sermons 'on the 1 Balance to be collectedT..,_.1,,77..0* Edmund F. Stack, and all partiesc'niming
as far back as August of last assignment errors, argument Incarnation.The .
year. Postmasters have been offered on the petition of counsel for entrance of God into I human Friday April 6. "Hallowed'be Thy ...... A Fnrfel. ...r. Bill of Complaint Interests In In the the above lands In styled the '

195 for ach man they .can induce to complainants to appeal the case of J. life and history Ills welcome and name" To amount assessed.......-. ,14, cause described, under any of the following -
rejection Amount c lJected0...____ (67.06 i parties Tom B
[enlist additional recruiting stations B. Showalter et al versus the Internal : : Andrews, 8. 8.
the That be '
by men; progress of His men may prepared -unto Ilooth Benjamin Klllott Hammnr. Ten. '
[have been opened in all parts of the Improvement'Fund of the state of Kingdom and the elements of resistance i death in the way of duty. That life Ralanc to ba collected2,444,77 nle P.liammar. Benjamin H. Hammer. 4 ft

{country, and every energy has been Florida, and 'granted the; petition.Tho ; the nations and their unconscious may be less to us than the love of God I IIIp..I.1 r..ul" Vau Blair hn.Harwell Carr A.Jr.. Blair Burrell.. Jr.:,

bent on obtaining l'e'cruits-yet, at the order signed: by Judge Call desire. Matt. XXI:1-17; Isaiah and men. That we may sae through To amount assessed. -,_t2l t.SI Carr.& Samuel T.:'Co.Vaughn Carr Fanny ,Carr w-, ..
[opening of the year the regular army takes the case on appeal to the /su- XL:9-11; Haggai 11:7. That'we may death and darkness to life and light. Amount collected --- 44.72Balance Charles Uodolphln TlennetU William -

I was short nearly 25,000 men, with I promo court of the United States. have the faith of children and with That we may be saved feom judgmentof io Henry Bennett. William H. Ifollls. and
small chance of catching on this Suit was brought for injunction and, the following trustees und.r the will
up Joy jrepare Christ's way. That we may men and given a share of love and' of Hamilton Dieton, deceased Henry ,
[shortage for a long time,.if ever. the case was heard several weeks age believe in Christ's victory, even if aervlce',In their suffering. That the Oevrnil flrbeol DIsMon ISdmund F. Sleek Tacony -

| General Joseph: E. Kuhn, recently In Tampa before Judge Call who-dis- darkness must intervene. Cross may be.the uttermost principleof To amount assessed---------$4t,528 9* Kavlnir Fund Safe Till Ai
Amount collected Trust
missed the bill of which ---- .i B,23t.7t Pa..
[United States military attache at Her- complaint our life and thought. John XIX: and the't'lfrnfot :
in. cites the fact that th* United had been filed, which sought to restrain !Monday, April 2.' "Forgive' us our 4-16; Luke XXIII:3346.Saturday : Balance to be collected.._'__flz.SB4.21 beth K on. "Sandlln perionsl* Knowles Rllsa-," -

I States is preparing against war-Is the trustees of the Internal Improvement . debts as we forgive." ""- Bandlln -. Knowles,, -
That truth and duty be Cub Mrkoel flieS N.. \ Stock wife of Edmund F. Sleek, If
Fund from
{preparing on every line except in the using: any more with may seen April 7. "Deliver us from To amount a..ed..___..--..,, )".(IS of said parties are deceased or claim any*.
provision or even'training, of men. money for draining the Everglades, singleness: of eye and purity of evil." Amount collected _?__.....,*. 1.3111.11, log Interests therein under J L. Sand
The great manufacturers of Hie land asking that titles be confirmed before heart. That loyalty to righteousnessmay lln: deceased, or otherwise claiming; I In '

ave organized their plants for the the ca&a proceeded. There are thou. dominate all life. That the shame That we may hope and believe ever Balance .to be collected..._...!!.887.71 terests therein, the said property belne '
sands of who interested and all hate and selfishness bit against the'darkest night.. That the I' the following described property'vis',
benefit and defense of the nation] property owners are may sea Hrhool DI.t. No. All that part of Section Thirty. .
commerce, agriculture, 'financ and in .Everglades: land and the washed away from men's hearts. That buried possibilities in humanity' may To amount assessed..*....,.....$412 64 that lies South of the. County Road ((10)and
I industry! in all branches have prepared plaintiffs set forth their suit as being the world may be a household filled obey, the creative touch of God and Amount collected .._-....._..,_,... 7Lt all that part of Section Thirty-one (II)
for the of the who with love and That the barren come forth now. That we not despair that lire North of the County Road. except .
gto do their respective 'bits; at a protection people prayer. may Balance to be 'collected.,..-...$241.01 Seventy-five (11) acres, .
more or
nfercnce' in Washington. organized own such land. life of earth may bear the fruitage of of the world which lieth In darkness "' leas boundedlon the West by the West

labor_ has /arranged: to play its part ,In The title of the case is J. B. Show- the Kingdom of Heaven. That we may 'and the evil one, but believe that To Sub Brbl m... N.. I hank of Canal on the South by the "

the defense of the country; but, as alter, B. H. Shippey, Augie C.-,Ship- forgive and be forgivenv-i Mark; XI:12-: by the'.power; 'of l the,resurrection it Amount amount collected accessed.$2,640.12_____.?_.,_ 181.11 County line of Road said Section on the East Thirty-one by the East 11 ,
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Gen. Kuhn says: pay, J. M. Bauer, Samuel Burton, O. 26; Isaiah LVI:1-8., may be redeemed.. Mark XV:42-47.; and on the North by the water's edge

| "It is all directed toward mobilization E. Arnold and Everglades Plantation Tuesday April 3. 'Thy will be done." I. MattXXVlI:61-66.. I Balance to be of Fish Lake also excepting; the Right
of Way of the Railroad It
of our material resourc**. How-) Company complainants vs. Trusteesof That we may know and do' the will I sub Seb..i nut, We. 4 through said lands, said lands lying passes In
F ever great a part material resources the Internal Improvement Fund of if our Father. That we love God Sunday April 8i Sermons on the' To amount .e4..U.II.I..0 Uscenla do appear to the
may Amount collected ............ 1SO.CO 'tIr.Il ,
and munitions have, played and are the state of Florida, Board of Drain and man, and that all love of man for Power of the Resurrection: complainants' .Complaint herein

[playing in this war, one factor must age Commissioners, Board of Commissioners man may be made sure and strong by That the might whkh' raised 'againour Balance to be* coU.ete<1..U.8T0.70. of Hied May.on A.or D.before J t1 1, Monday else In due, the course 7th day of '

[ not be overlooked and that is the of Everglades Drainage District -< the love of men for God. That too law the said Bill of Complaint will b*
Lord from the dead work today
may Sub Sehoel nut. N.. S
He is Sidney J. CatU ; taken aa confessed by said. unknownparties.
[fighting man. just as Important governor
desire Jesus
to see and be To amount
may the world. That believe accessed.$214.11Amount .
upon we may ,It Is further
and necessary as ever and the de. Thomas F. West, attorney general J. willing to have banished from'.1Ife all with a mightier faith In a, Risen collected ...?!,...._.... 14.6* order b* published one ordered a week that for. this 12
[mands that will be made upon his C. tuning, treasurer; Ernest Amos, the consecutive week In the Klsslmnte
sin and
Impurity which hides Him ,
and endurance will be comptroller; W. A., McRae, commissioner Savioug with power over death and in Balance to be coll.ct d ....t.ll...l7s Valley dasette. a weekly
erves greater From newspaperpublished ,
That ,
; men. we in all His i. ,
may see freedom to help us. That the & and of '
ban ever before. of agriculture of the state of, humanity the present Lord and so liveas Risen Christ live in that the ", .., s.b s<- oi DI.t.No.I e ,', '.<", In the County general of Osceola circulation and
"We need and must have mil- Florida constituting all of laid may us To amount amassed. ...ilT.MAmount !; '
men- State of Florida. "
to be free from all amazement life we now live in the flesh may be collected, ..-..-_._.,-__.._ .... .James W. Perkins Witness the Honorable .
h _ when we hear, Him say: "Ye did it lived,by the faith of the Son of God. said Court and name as .Jud Clerk<< of 'I
my aa ,
unto Me.*' Balance to be collect.d..........$11.IS -
That Christ may rise <
Matt. XXI:23-32; Mary XII:28-34; and death of the world and reign Hard Bnrfeer teed ...... ceola .'t, ., Os '
: John XII:20-36: ; Matt. XXV3146.: Luke XXIV; Rom. 1:4; Eph..l:17.23.: To amount a..e..d..l.11..98 day of County, Florl.-p on 1917.this th. let 4

_. Amount collected, .._.... B.02S.76 F.b-uarYj.: 1,. OVE TRlIJmT, '"
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State Bankof 1 boards Balance to be collected-----.$12,151.11 Circuit A. Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid. '
and Stats Board of Education, Danderine from any drug store. You ( Court Seal)

: defendants. surely can have beautiful hair and lots Dated. ,March lit. A. t), 117J Aa NguO'.r:: for GARRETT Complainants. ,..UtIn ,

I A. B. Quinton, Clair D. Vallette, of it if you will just try a little Dan U OVERSTn ET. '

Vance W.' Helm and Herman Walker, derine. Save your hair! Try itl! Clerk Florida.Circuit Court Qaoeola County Circuit Court for the Seventh Ju '

Kissimmee I attorneys for the complainants, were dicial Circuit of the State of Florida

I In the city yesterday and appeared before ECONOMY, as we see it, rests not In and F.for A.Oncvola County.; In Chan ,
I eery. Stroup and R. D. '
Frank.1 .
Judge Call.-Times-Union. in cheapness or price, but in getting IN CIRCUIT CounT STATE OK KLOHII ford complainants, vs. Tom An.,
>A drews, et al, defendants. Quiet Title.
The of the world your money's worth for the' money Order of Publication. To all whom

eyes TAKES OFF DANDRUFF. Mitchell rWeraon Complainant. va. It may concern.. It appearing by '
HAIR STOPS FALLING spent Let mrechandise please by its Charles I...' Coul>..n and Carrie Bearer the aworn mil of Complaint filed' In the
: Defendants. above, entitled cause that the reipon-
looks and fail in its service and you dents herelnbelow named are person

the who Save Your Jllalr"i"Gt. 25 cent bottleof Seventh Judicial Circuit, Oiiceola Coun. whoiiR. residences and a tees are unknown ,
are on man Danderine have "bo'ught a pig in a poke,' us the ty. In Chancery. and that relief Is sought In the ;
right Also
npw- said suit against them It I* therefore .'
stops itching scalp. old saying goes. No matter how little ordered that Tom Tl. Andrews, ,R 8.1I00th. ,'
It appearing by aff11avit'appended, to Benjamin Klllott Hammer, Ten. '
is the cost of thing, if there's littleof 'he bill flIed In the ahove-Btated raun* nle I'. llammar Benjamin. 1'oJ. Hammer '
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy 'hat Charles I* Poulaon and Carrie. Blair! Burwell. Jr. Blair Burrell, Jr., -
hair is mute evidence of a neglected conscience in it, there's too little of Stager, the ,defendant therein named, Vaughn Carr A Co., -, i Vaughn _..
ire nonresident* of the state of F"lor. Carr Samuel T Carr Fanny Carr '
scalp, of dandruff-that awful scurf. value. To get we' must give and not Ida, and are reidnt of the city of Charles Uodolphln Bennett. William

There is nothing so destructive to be too selfish about it, either. The I Detroit state of Mlchlxan' and each are Henry Bennett William H. Hollla, and ,
SAVESPAUSE the hair' as dandruff. It robs the hair over the al01 twenty-one yoara It I.'h..r..tore l I. the following trustees under the will
of its lustre its strength arid its very strife of life is strenuous-it pays to 'defendants ordered that saId nonresident. nf Hamilton Dlnston, depeased. Henry
life look sale from be and are hereby requiredto IXsston Edmund F. Steck, as such
feverishness be generous and to at
eventually producing a a appear to the bill of complaint Sled I trustees, and the following; other per
and.itching ,of, the aClalPI which the ,customer's point as well as o'ur In anld. cause on or .before Monday the I Hons. Rllmbeth R Dlsston. "Handlln A
if not remedied causes roots Dth day of April. A. I>, 11)17. otherwise I Knowles," --r Sandlln ..'...... Knowles. '
to shrink, loosen and die-then the own. the allea-atlona. of laid bill will betaken I Stack. wife of Edmund F. Steck.
a. confessed | y aald defendant ba and
they are hereby fenolred: b* "
f hair falls out fast. A Danderine '
It I. further ordered that tfcla order and appear to the Hill of Complaint
tonight-now--any time-will 'surelysaveyourhalr Wanted wood-cutters; steady work; be published once j,. week for four ron- Sled In the said cause In the court
for-a'moment, young man, ;- - Sl.OOTJeneoTd.) ; -ForparticularswriteW. ,'eeutlv.-1 'WcekalnthKiacimmeeVal 1 .foresald,-on-or .....tor. Monday-th 2nd

Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's R. Mellier, Fulford, Fla. aK'ley Oaette. a newnpappr. published .In day of April A. 1>. 117! otherwise the
county and state.This said Bill of Complaint ''will In due
self. The
give a thought to --- "1st day of February 1.1T. course of law be taken as confessed
I :
J. 1.. OV RSTREET. aaalnst the said respondents. It Is
problems that confront _..O..OOO..OOO O.OOO.OOOOOO (Cl. Ct. Seal. ) Clerk Circuit Court further ordered that this order b. pub,
'now or
you 0-BRTAN PLEDGER. tlshed one* a' week for eight consecu,
Solicitor for Complainant. 11-It tlve week In the Klsslmme Valley
1I few hence. Oasette, a weekly newspaper publishedand
,.,:w years Atlantic Coast Line NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION of general circulation ln. ,the city,'
of Klsslmmee, county of Osceola. and'
Look-about die-Men of affaire In State of Florida Witness the Honorable -.
yon- country, state, nation- ItoswrtsMBt .1 ,th* laterievU
Standard Railroad of the South James W. Perkins a. Judge of
yet, in ,the wend. are the men who starte.! to tart early 1 in life. said Court and my Dam. ... Clerk
.. >. Lasiel O'S_ mt OalBeavUla, Flaw thereof and the seal of said Circuit

They hare the respect and confidence of the community. East Through Tourists TrainsTO :, F.... 10, leiI' Court. at KI..lmme.i Osceola County
.... Florida ., day of February
I Notice) la hereby rlTen that Caspar L, A., D. 1117. "

Then I look on the other qtfe-at, tho feOowt who spend afl they : Heath. of uahman. Florida, who. on :J. 1.. OVERSTREBT.
As Clerk
THE EAST TO THE WEST April 22. 1.10. made Homestead Entry. Circuit Court aforeaaldV '
male-they may have. food. time for a. while, bat what does theireTlonahtl No. 05554 for .NWW of NWU, Section (Circuit Court Seal) *
24. Township 25 5.;Ranre. 27, )C., Talla. JOHNSTON GARRETT '
reflect? I "New York & Florida Special""FU. .. "Seminole Limited" hassee Meridian has filed notice of I Aa Counsel for Complainants. ,...

& West Indian Limited" Tho Southland" tentlon to make Five-year Proof to establish .
claim to the land above JTOTICB
A dollar or M deposited in this bank will, be tho described
"Coast Line Florida Mail' "Dine Limited" before Clerk Circuit Court at Klialm- Sealed bid will b* received by the '
Helens of an honorable, independent career. mae, Florida on the 20th,day of March. Board of County Commissioners. of Osceola .
"Palmetto. Limited" 1.11. county up to 1* a. m-. April Ind.It ,.
You bankbook . "Dixie Flyer
Make your befinainf .BOW-today. : Claimant' names aa witnesses 17. on cleaningmoss from oak tree
will pave tba way. "SL Loait-J.d o.riIM Express"Steel B. O. Hancock. of Louchman Florida. on courthouse lot. Board reserves the
B. R. Fields, of Lou -hman, Florida. I right to accept orreiectanyde.11It
,Peter Dal.,. of Loughman. Florida. J. 1.. OVBR8TRBB3T.:
stockRetonrcos ___ ______ ____ ____ $100,000.00 ; Board.'
I Capital ____ Sloepinf Cars, Tampa to Washington, Joseph Swain, -ot, Loufhman. Flor Clerk for said "
__________ ___ _'_ .' ida ,
over 400,000.00
-- ? -- -- Philadelphia and Hew Yerk. Front Jaektonrifle .. St. Louis ,flOE .
\ Chicago, t ? 'W. DAVI8.. ReaMster., ,W.usrsi You ....4a <0 .111"-n.IcI

Officers ud DirectorssC ,'t' :. Lonitrillo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis:"' dsrdand and Grand. Rapids. 1t000CII '0 TaU Orcie's

The Old Standard Grove's TisJeleat ,
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: ObMtratlen Cart-Oiaiag c..... Notloe la hereby'. given. that thannnal . chill Tonte Is equally vataable M' .
A. CARSON.President M. KATZ asi E. L. LESLEY, V-P. J '
of ,
meetln the stockholders of .
the General Toetle b caoae It contaiaa lbs
well kaowsi toafe propertiaee QOIiaNll
will be held
at the efae of the Company I
*, : : A. W. mOT 'J. G. KIRKLAND Klsslmme, Osraola count* Flor and IRON. M act on the L4W. Del,ea

I N c. BRYAN. N. B." CARSON; y. KATZ. DivisiM DMsiosi Pasats A.t'' Ida on Tuesday March 17th. It IT.,at out Malaria. Enriches tbe Blood aad.
c:4t.! CABSOM. H. FLEMING" E. L. jfy .ar 11 o'clock noon for the election of dl beAds the 'W.aois 8- 90yiuting ous.ULflJW.nJfWU1 .
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J. WADE UCKER. Diroeton.> : 138 W. Bay St, Ja .... I 1lWeI, T.... the rector transactoln for the of ensalnsT say and year all, business ana for , 4WUW

., I that mar eome before the meeting-. 1 cards printed by tb. Val

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(Mr. E. E. Well., Editor.) 'The Anderson Daily Mail chronicles A large federation of the Women's
Club and the Mother Teachers'
IReqaeat :
1 following social
pretty court Club' greeted Mrs. Edgar Lewis of
< I* made to all patrons of tht Valley Gazette to send items tesy shown' Mrs. J. D.- Clark; who is Eldred, Florida, vice president of the
visiting Mrs. Clarence'
; ; .l Society Brents !te tko Editor for publication la' these colums. Anderson. C. Osborne' at fifth of Section Women's of the Clubs Florida on her Federation visit- Spring and Summer Footwear.

"At a beautiful party given on Friday .
Thursday An informal

;, giiie Its II I OIO.O.OI. .. II IOOOOO.o.OOO..OOOO..O.Oo Kinsiminee afternoon,:Fla.,Mrs.was J.the D.honor, Clark/guest., of was held at he Hart MemorialBuildinl' reception We Have It !
under the of the
..... . .. . . .... ... ..... This party was given by her hostess, two organizations. auspices Mrs. Minnie

$'MRS. 'HARPER GIVES LOVE- : 4e DILLIARD-RICHARDS .4 Mrs.South Clarence Main Osborne street., at The her folding homeon Moor Willson; president of the Woman's Shoes for every, member of the family.

Club, presided, and welcoming
LY PARTY a door. between the parlor and the dining
speeches made Mrs. Willson
.y 0 :OO.! HUH o tHOoO [ room were thrown back and the were by
'0.0'000000000 to 0 00.0.4 0 ...0- table buffet and the serving table as president of that organization, and ,Complete array ofMen's "
Mrs. Earl "
by of
A pretty wedding was solemnized were things of beauty with Lupfer as president "
+ Complete 'in every detail was the at the home of the bride, 403 Vine large vases of pink carnation., their the the Mothers-Teachers' Club.' Mr.: Will- Low Cut Summer Shoes; elegant :'
: 1 .delightful Five Hundred party given eon spoke of Mrs. Lewis! as the logical
street Thursday -evening at 8:30 long stems drooping over the sides
3 f by Mrs Claude Harper, Friday after o'clock, when Miss Lenore Florence almost concealing the cutglass vases. president of the Federation, and paid Footwear for Ladies, Misses, and 'It.
noon, at her attractive home in Cape Richards became the bride of Mr. After the guests had been presented high tribute to her capabilities, while Kid and l'
Breeze addition, in honor of her sister James Hutzler Dilliard of Spartan* to Mrs. Clark, the ladies assisting she spoke of the heavy responsibilities ; Great Display, of While .'

.p Mrs. D. R. Blennis of Detroit, burg.SN C., the Rev. C. H. Summers Mrs. Osborn, Mrs. William Tolly and which are likely to fall upon the Canvas t '
:Mich., who is spending the winter officiating in the presence of only I )Mrs. Jesse Stribling, took them in shoulders the Federation.of the incoming presidentof Shoes.. < '

.4 n t here. the immediate"relatives. charge and showed them into the dining Mrs. =_= __ s'
t All the appointments of the after The bride was lovely in a tailored room where Misses Thelma and Lupfer in welcoming Mrs.

,: noon were suggestive of St. Patrick's suit of gold velour; with hat and acrcesiories Claudia Osborne and Annie Elmore Lewis dwelt upon the inspiration. '
lay. This was carried out in the cut which she had brought from the Federation Straw Hats
in harmony, Immediately served a salad course with an ice.
:t : flowers, yellow jonquils decorating following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. I meeting held in Miami in ,.,
which Mrs. Lewis had a'1
, the living room, !green carnations and Dilliard left on the mdinight' train. Singing and Dancing Beauty Chorus prominentpart.
l. toalms in the dining room and violets Thy will make their future home in Casino Thunda,. At of the conclusion of the ad- Most complete variety, sizes, shapes and ,
dresses welcome Mrs. Lewis
( in the den. was

Seven tables players made merry Tampa.The bride is the beautiful and 'accomplished o C 0'OOoH C 0 Or-H 000 presented with a beautiful bouquet of styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods, Prices ,J.
throughout the afternoon and the flowers by little Joy Maktnson the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
view with each other In friendly 40 i I mascot of the Woman's Club. Are Right. '
i guests J.J." Richards. Her charming person- +TOURIST RECEPTION LARGE. *
rivalry for high score, but quite in sonality has won her a large circle of 4 LY ATTENDED .* In responding to the tributes paid ,
1 'keeping with the occasion the hostesses here, Mrs..Kewis'said that it gave her
friends, in which she is very popular.The e a I -
,n much gratification to know that her
1 reversed the usual order and announced I
is also well known and
groom oooH+."'" friends thrught her capable of the I r
atthe close of the games
here. Mr.: Dilliard '
represents H.C.SJANFORD
high 'office of of 'the Florida
those occupying "lucky" chairs, those wellknown clothing house, travel COMPANY
A' large'number+i of visitors and Federation of Woman's Clubs and
Underneath ,
;, with ribbon bows pinned ,
in Alabama and Florida
ing Georgia: , .
home folks 'attended'tlle-weekly enter .to f oliow 'in the .
,jwouldrecelv: prizes, and the_colors havlllg'"lJladethilltown for''a numberof worthy ; ; footsteps"'of ,.... " ;' ,
? '
tainment at the Hart Memorial Building those who had preceded in office.
of tfte ribbon denoting the order of the "
His genial manners and "Old Reliable Shoe Dealers of Oiceolt County.
rize. "' years. Tuesday evening.' !"lira' Lewis made a very interesting Yr
'F } worth have him host '
Mrs. Larraby secured a beautiful sterling won a The following program was rendered talk on the work of the clubs Iii theFifth' YY r
of friends who wish the young people '
tanahogany boudoir lamp -with" a rose : Section. Prefacing< this by an
shade as first prize. every happiness. The Dream Man-Miss Margeret outline of the work of the state feder ,

i Dann. ation ,which divided into five ,
Miss Marion Porter received. a pair sec -- - .. "
tof candlesticks.!' OCC..O 004ae44444ee4PSeeeOab Vocal Solo-All For You-Miss I tiona presided over by, a vice president LATE---' ;: .
green .
' + Mrs. Kate,Aultman_received.: .a pair' ,. Edyth Shearouse; accompanist, Mrs. whose duty if is to visit each s .SOCIAL { 4
y *
f tof silk hose. ., e ENTRE' < G. M. Shearouse, Jr, , club in her division once'a year. When Friday- I SENATOR SAMUEL PASCO ";..
Miss Ethel Hall received a bottle of < Reading, Lochinvar, Miss Alpha Formed two years ago, the fifth section P. m.-The Fulechee Camp Fire !
o Westfall. contained! twenty-one clubs, and Girls: hostess Miss Dorothy, Wells. f
perfume.Mrs. ? paaeo- :
4'0 OO o"OOo OOO>+
Blennis! received the honor Piano Selection-April and October ''now has ':orty-eight, and a member 7:15-The: Kisslmmee Music Club- Samuel was native of'Lon :

1 '{ruests' priz, a pair of silk hose. Mrs. George Persons was a charming -from Tschaikowsky's Seasons Miss ship of 2,600. While in the begniningmost school auditorium. don England; was raised from child \:
Miss Jean Persons received the hostess Monday afternoon, entertaining !' Amy .Samuelson. of the clubs were literary or Monday- hood and educated in Massachusetts,
house guests' prize, a box of candy. the members of the Entre i Beading Beethoven's Moonlight study clubs" the strictly self-culture Entre Nous Club, -Mrs. J. D. Jef- graduating at Harvard in 1H5H, and
s Miss Sue Watson was consoled with Nous Club !at her pleasant Mabbette i Sanata-Mrs. J, E. Lupfer; accompanist club is very much in the minority, and fords, hostess. began his career: in Florida in 1859 as \
:& shamrock dunce cap. street home., Miss' Louise Thomason'. many of them are doing civic work There will be an Important meetingof principal of the Wakulla academy in :
Elegant monogram tally cards"with Pretty flowers made the rooms A Short Talk by Dr. W. B. Wither- while some of them are mothers clubs the Kissimmee Woman's Club on Jefferson county. lie participated in

r shamrock and tassel harmonized attractive fut, lilies being' used in the epoon. and some are suffrage clubs. Tuesday afternoon, March' 27th, at the war of the Confederacy as a private
' with other details. living room and roses in the dining Piano Solo-Serenade; d'Arelequin The state federation the speakersaid 3:30: o'clock. It will' be in charge of In the Jefferson lilues, of the +"
The refreshments for the afternoon room. (Schutt)-Miss Amy Samuclson. ia endorsing a bill for equal suffrage Mrs. H. Clay Stanford of the Civic Third Regiment Florida .Infantry, and

were very elaborate. Almonds were Dainty refreshments of jello, with Mrs. J. W., Evans was hostess. for' which will be pressntde to the Department. Miss Anne Bryan Car- served with gallantry on the field until .
w x served on* the tables throughout the whipped cream and fruit was served r the evening. next legislature, and while perhapsnot son, secretary.A wounded and captured at the battle i

games; punch was ,served while theXuests with coffee and cakes at the close of all individual clubs are activelyfor musical fantasy, "The Wishing of Missionary Ridge, after which he '

{ were progressing, and at the, the afternoon spent in basketry. Mrs., "':' +-0+00 suffrage, still the trend is for suffrage Rink' will be given at the Casino, was a prisoner of war until the close
w close of the games, the tables were- Charles Persons and Mrs. A. W." Bail- '+ .. and active-support was voted at April 14th, under the auspices of the of hostilities,
laid with lace.cover and centered with assisted in serving. PRETTY* PARTY FOR VISITORS the Miami 'meeting by an overwhelm Chapter House Committee. He was elected, clerk of-thb circuit':
'bud V&I... ey Those attending were :Mrs. J. D. a ato majority by the delegates from all This is a unique and entertaining court in HHtl),.be an the practice, of J..

xe' S Misses Corrie' Cannon, Margaret Jeffords, Mrs. C. N Paver Mrs. L. I!. the clubs throughout the state. production including from fifty to law in 18G8, and during the famous '. .
Lee, pot and Jo Makinson wearing Ingram, Mrs., J. L. Overstreet, Mrs.A. I H-Mo "OO"O"O Speaking of the various, clubs seventy-five people in' the cast, 'which campaign of 1876 was chairman of the
t. nretty aprons, with shamrocks and W. Bailey, Mrs. Charles Persons ..!.-- throughout the section; Mrs.\ Lewis will combine the attractions! of a home state Democratic executive committee.On .

Irish flags served: lUelicious) chicken a and Mrs. George W, Persons, and Mrs. Mrs. C. N. Paver entertained Friday said that where but a short time since talent entertai.\nent with- beautiful account of his great success in this
la king patties in shells, gay with tiny H. W. Morrow. evening honoring Misses Amy there had been but one very much costumes and the finished work of revolutionary contest he was continued "
Irish flags, shamrock sandwiches with and Ilga Samuelson of Terre Haute, disheartened club at Key West last pr01leaa onale. at the head, of the Democratic organization :

Hut cheese filling, olives and cheese OOoO.o-toooto .. Ind., who are guests of Mrs. J. W. year {there were now three, and that for a number of years. ; M w,
straws with watercress; ice cream Evans. The evening :was spent! in were quite anumber of GOOD WORK OF PYTHIAN In 1880 he was A presidential elec 1 ;
club '
with whipped ,cream topped with a and in social south of Miami and that all own SISTERS tor and began an association'with national .;
IN HONOR OF 0a conversation. '
green cherry white cakes with green I.. : their own club houses with the exception politici as a member of the na- t
MISS SIMPSON ea Woman's fraternal orders'of
shamrocks, and coffee. In a contest, Miss Mildred Turvillewon of the Homestead Club,, which That the tional executive committee. In 1884
Amusing favors of hats with shamrocks a the first Miss With- had so charmingly e tertained.,;.tbe Kissimmee are usually proficient in he was one of the three men most
prize Lucy
OOOOOOOo.OOOO'.OOOOO.. OOOOO ; the work of their lodges was emphasized prominently advocated for the nomination .
: clay pipes, cock hats suit cases, erspoon the second, and Miss Marion delegates to the Federation at lunch .
last week at the 'Grand Lodgeof
.+ frogs and flllad with eon during their tripto Royal Palm for governor, but withdrew In
green potatoes
Porter and Albert Bearden tied for
assorted candies were presented to theguests Mrs. William L. Dunne was host* Park. The Miami Club is the largest I the K. of P., when the supreme rep- favor of-Gen. Edward A. Perry, -who ,
q their departure.The esg at a dainty luncheon given St. the booby prize. in the state with a membership of resentative from California 'praised was then on his motion unanimously
Patrick's Day at the Country Club After a most pleasant time, ice the degree team in the Pythian Sisters
guest list included: Mm Joe 386, and ther are also flourishingclubs I chosen. At a time when Jefferson
and home-made cakes
Sears, 'Mrs. J. S. Cadel Mrs. complimentary: to Miss Ada Louise cream were at Fort Lauderdale and West in the highest words. She termed county was strongly Republican, he .
served and the left Mr. -
guests voting
Simpson who I. 'leaving to enter it the beat exemplification of the
Fair Palm Beach whclh th.+lr was elected, without opposition a
Bullock, Sr., Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. and Mrs. Paver entertainers. owe; own I as .
Gay Livingston' Mrs. ., Henry Over. mont College, at Monteagle, Tenn. All royal club houses. Through fie effort of work of the order she had ever seen, member of the constitutional convention -

Street, Mrs. Kate Aultman, Mrs. H. the appointments were sjinbolic of . . . - - . - - - - - the state chairman-'or'Civics: not excepting the'work done in the of 1885 and at the organization *'
the patron saint of Ireland. A centerpiece 999 99 OOOo-C9" larger cities, where teams were Competing of that '
W. Boise Mrs. B. B. Simpson, Mrs. M. who resides in the F."th Section an body he was unanimouslyelected
Katz, Mrs. E. C. Bryan Mrs. D. R. of-fern surmounted by Irish e e effort i I. being mad to stress this for prizes an high as $500. president of the convention. ,
flags was used from this extended ,ST. PATRICK'S DANCE AT 4 In 1887, when speaker of tha' .
i. Blennis, Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Mrs. work, and the New Smyrna Club has Florida
DeWitt. Alderman Mrs. Will Barber streamers of the asparagus variety. 4 COUNTRY CLUB already begun the establishment of a THEATER PARTY house of representatives, he was

t: :-"Mlsseg: Francis Bay, Mildred' Turville, The place card. were shamrocks and 0. playground. The Corner DrugStore have .issued elected to the :United States senate,
Marion Porter, Mildred Lee, Ethel green bonbon cups, ornamented with o o"OOOoOo'o o.. A' feature of the 'work of the Fed- the following invitations to one hun. and being re-elected in 1893, he served

"i Hall, Amy Makinson, Ruth Thomas, harps were used as place favors.. eration, which Mrs. Lewis very much drei,] ladies of this city and vicinity: twelve years with notable ability. In
I1, '? Virginia Allison, the house guest, Covers were laid for the honoree One of the plea ftnt'8t events of stressed vas the!' formation of county You are cordially invited to attend 1P9! he was appointed member of .
1 Hiss Jean Persons. Miss Simpson and the Misses Violet the season was the St. Patrick' Day, federations, which brings together, The Evening Showat the Isthmian canal commission of the
,,' The out-of-town guests were: Mrs. Bullock, Norma Griffin, Mary Tiller!' dance at the County Club, Friday evening representatives of all the various' theCasino United! States. His home was at Mon-i;

Larraby of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Margaret Stanford, Mattie Stanford !' arranged by Mrs. W. B. Crawford clubs in the countv, and thus formsa I ticello. .
'I A" Eaile Harper of Loughman; Mrs. Catherine Carr, Ada' Wagner, Lois and Mrs. Edgar Katz.A I closer organization for the various Tuesday, March twenty-seven, nineteen Senator Pasco was the oldest grandmaster ,
,1 ': flack Pryor of Loughman, and Mrs Johnson and Eleanor Dunne, and Mrs. I green color scheme was used efforts!' of the club work. Dade county seventeen of the grand lodge of Florida -
1-, Fox of Tampa. I A. A. Simpson and the hostess. very effectively in the decorations carried I ; already has a county federation with compliments of Masons at the time of his death

'I t 'Late in the afternoon Mrs. N. C. - out with palms, ferns and green under the leadership of Mrs. Kirk Corner Drug Store nrd.ho'grand high priest of the

t Bryan, Mrs. P. Ki Weaver Mrs. Roy carnations. ..Shamrocks were used as Monroe, whcih is studying home economics Roval Arch jlasons of 1909 and 1910.
.!t Chalker of Live Oak, and Miss Anne games. A "bacon fry" was the chief favors for the gentlemen and green stressing the hO"11e""Id' bud- The deceased is survived by a wife,

: it .B. Carson arrived for the social hour. attraction at the dinner hour, though carnations for the ladies. rrt.'and the solving of the 'hiltb cost ,At the Churches who was Miss Jessie wDenhanj of
'. other delicacies were in evidence, and The "Dixie Orchestra" supplied, the of living. This federation 1 I.i'also combining Montirello before her marriage, and

1i .. so pleasant was this outing that the splendid program for the merry evening ; the study of suffrage Vilh five children, Samuel Pasco of Pen-
OO" otOOutOO"'OOUt..t. girls continued the. fun until late In find a delicious salad course Vas ,the planting of a tree commemorating .THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH I nncola! John Pasco of Monticello, Dr. ,

i .f' ::: : the afternoon and enjoyed a picnic served with punch -and cakes: The the birth of each baby in the federa- :=: Janice Pairo.of, Jacksonville Mrs.
,.., CAMPFIRE',' GIRLS ON HIKE supper before returning horrva. Enjoy color scheme was cleverly used in the lon. Broward county also has a county Morning prayer and sermon. Sub J. C. Time of Tampa, and Mrs. George
0 4S hike were: Lois Overstreet, dainty refreshments. federation of two Or three hundred ject, Burned but Not' Consumed 11a. N: Conrad of Virginia.-, Apalachicola
..O fOO OOo.t..ooooo. ooooooi Gladys Griffin Lillian Harris Muriel ''Sixty-three guests enjoyed this delightful members. The St. Lucie County Federation m.Evening'. Times.

Prentis, Mary Singletary, Lena Wi1- function. has a membership of two or prayer and address by Dr.
i :The Fulechee! Camp Fire Girls went Hams, Dorothy Wells, Christie Summers three hundred. The special .work of L. A. Hamilton. Subject, An Age of "UNCLE JOSH IN NEW YORK"

:4 i on a "hike" to Mill Slough Saturday, and their guardian, Mrs. H. C. Society Vaudeville Casino Thurs this federation hsa been the planting': Powers, 7:30 p. lri. .
x: and spent the day with outdoor Summers. day. of trees along the fifty-two mile. of Lenten Service, Wednesday, 7:30p. : BENEFIT KISSIMMEE BAND

Is.l ,1.'( Dixie Highway in the\ county. The m. -
of these meet-
oure democracy county
I One of the biggest brightest and
said Mrs. Lewis unification -
niri. presages a in
i' of all diverse elements which Rev. A. M.; Chisholm will preach snappiest shows even Kissimmee is)

to make the body -politic- of Sunday morning-on the-subject "The promised nextThurgdvea at the Casino -
ro up
\ , ,
:- when their
I ',,,", '" .,. .",:. - .' ,- ,, Florida, and the closer organization Zion Movement or the Return of) the big'home
r '
I, ;:}! I"" : '" ;"" i talent musical comedy. "Uncle:
w ', through the county federations will Jews to Jerusalem and Their Future
P.'.' "
' Josh in New York. Mis Rea
41i''C: C' Nye i
he of untol- value, should the 8.000 Attitude to hrist.
; "
, t1a; ,.: .. of Chicago, is giving the productionher
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,,' "' Yl I rlub women in Florida be called uponto Preaching also at night at 715.:
':..; !, ,;, :, 1\\: ii.lttfj \ ::.. , lay aside club work and join .In You will enjyo these services. professional direction, which assures
WISDOM ._ ., all those
\ \" ; < ", ," attending an evening'sentertainment
serious which lie welcome.
- -, ". ,, 'I' ;more work, seems to Everyone!
',' ., before the country. "* as nearly professionalas
: '',..e": ". t J. .' Mrs. Fripp made a grateful speechof LAYMAN'S MEETING possible with local talent. The full

"',", i.,' 'J '\' .'" s, appreciation and moved_JuLiising =- Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockat concert band-will open the show witha ,
\ : .1. vote of thanks to Mrs..Lewis for the the Methodist Sunday school rooms. few specially selected numbers assisted
d would ** ,, ,,:,' ,.I'.t inspiration of her All and cordially Invited. by a quartet of trained voices.
r "If you know the value of ./ ''I addffss.; men A ,
enjoy strong one act Western drama ;
followed the Come out and of
An informal reception an hour earnest
money, go try and borrow some. ,, Christian devotion., "Dorothv's Claim.", written by Miss

Ben j. Franklin.' "I. 'I I .: ,', program. Come, let us reason together.'Spend Nye, will follow after which will follow -
DANCE AT THE GRAYSTONEThe one hour with us in soul refreshing. a two-act rural farce-comedy ree,

How true-if you .have. not already established your, credit4 t. 1."' Thursday ''evening dances DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE. pleU with funny with sayings and jokes, ,'
interspersed a selected chorus of
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I , ((1)I by opening a bank .ccoupt'; -* '* .J ', ", ',, ,'I given: popular at the. Graystone and the one Hotel given are last always PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES the Klssimmee's latest -songs youth and and dances beauty.will All be ,
4 S (2) by saving your money, and. ,* night was no exception to the rule. :The third 'annual every.member given by the chorus and its leaders.' '
; The fine music, good floor and merry -
"anvUl of this church will be made There will also be a'goodly numberof
I ((3)) by acquainting the officers with your retoaice*-habitr of( ,crowd and resulted hose in a very enlovableevening will look Sunday afternoon. All members not big, society vaudeville acts of "

3. ,.; ', ', ; present appointed on, the,committee to make which,the Gazette will .publish details ,
a I .aving-character, etc...;...all element that enter into a loan t : ,,?" II.FI forward with, pleasurable which unticinut'op the canvass are requested to remain in its next issue., "
,, to the next event will occur: : two during the afternoon to facilitate the '

;; at a t14 i Start now by opening your account l and establishing' your credit!!.t.,: ;..(,:' ;R,,:: weeks hence. work of.the committee. I ,See "Uncle- foeh" Casino;rhursd jI w

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4riwtuspyniaowi, ..' ::; ; *. All persons' living in ,. town. 4 DR., DeWITf'T. UGHTSEY .
> ; who will have rooms to let with e ty l H" '
CITIZENS BANK: or without board on. April 2nd, 4 '
: please leave a list at_my; of flee, 4 ? ,OSTEOPATH 'i+
*107 Broadway before 'March 0 .
OF' KTSSIMMEE ;" .. ,27th .next. ' a Corner> Store Mondays and Fridays {

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