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 30, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00796
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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SECOND "1 VALLEY'GAZETTE' SECOND f[ fti

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;;'. OF EASTER PEACE THAT ABIDES


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.: Peacel! But That Peace' That J Comforting to All, Sad Hearts 1 Is

Comes to:Mankind After the Glorious Message of the .

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Stern, Painful ConflictCONQUERING Easter Time.

-and to Conquer I a-strange and wonder..

4 message of Blaster. WHAT uplift IsExperienced; by
.' Warlike ''Unlike I those who 'observe In -true "
spirit the day which commemorates the
the message announcing Ills MissionI
I resurrection of Christ Into their
Who at Christmastide; ? .
_ came rt, m souls there Is wafted something; of the
therefore I
Unlike Indeed, but not contradictory }
t L) a tYu sweetness of the winds of heaven,, Into
I"D to Itl I Bather shall we not I IK I ''
t their hearts flows'the peace which the
say, complementary to HI I "
world cannot give. The very comfort
Peace to'be won by conflict stern
t of God Is theirs.
and painful Christmas prefigured. .
fence, certain, bemuse 'of' th. com : The Easter' message speaks of vile-
plete1 I defeat or those who gave to'' V VV t t In all has been conquered
men ages
the earth war In place of peace. : .
And at Easter the conquest Is '; f Jesus has triumphed over death and"his '4 ''
Vx' : victory Is ours IU. "foot Is on
achieved the, promise of peace Is glven. -
the skull" of death.' There Is no place

Spring Is the promise 'lof Summer's IVV ? for mournful, wu.lclln 1 the 'resurrec*'

peace otter Winter's stress, the hopef ; r"r a Y tlon anthem.
>{ Autumn's full fruition. As Easter V : The Gospel of Easter-day Is marvel*

Is the promise: of peace In We'mJdat ousiy comforting. There: are multitudes .
I 'of the?strain of life, the hope of eternal of sad hearts In the world. How1 "
happiness after the harvest .f the few are the homes that hay..not felt
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earth has been.'gl1 rnfred.n .. '- .f;," '!!''i,:: ".. F ; .' ; the blighting touch "of' bereavement. oI
Is to the Cross of Calvary-the I Is How few across whose thresholds the

acme of conflict-not to' the blessed ., tF somber-robed messenger has not en.
cradle of Bethlehem-, the emblem of : : \ L term!, To all who sorrow the Master

peace-that men turn for help-and Inspiration .,. ? 1 .S speaks In great tenderness) '"1 am
In the .culto moments -of : the resurrection and the.Jlfe;.he that t
life!' . ii ." ,(' : A 'bellevefn In- me< though" be die,* yet t
After the Cross, the warfare,the aU.nthrlllllnr' ' shall he.live.. ." "

.- Joy of the' Resurrection.. a r_. I The loneliness of the bereaved I Who
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After the Conflict:: . ..I"1 can appreciate It but those who have. '

Ah. God I After the 'conflict--the I'I" "Which hope we' have as an anchor of the Ul.both'. sure and steadfast."-Hebrews 6:19. drained: ,the bitter cup?
garden flowers !and the promise of : t
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O. for the touch'ot a.vanished band
more flowers Blooming, about.a graveIt I _. ''' ___u_. For the sound of a,. voicethat Is SU1L<
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But may blooming bel' 'flowers nevertheless"i l I" ''it Is a' time'te remember la \loving


. their that death fragrant'died-In beauty the conflict reminding on the as I SUBJECTS FOR EASTER WEEK OF PRA ?ER I with with prayer tears heavy those and-burdene.whose whose faces hearts Borrowing*te'are stained weary ones

II Cross, that the grave Is now but the
offer Christ's glorious resurrect
we you
awaiting great womb the Spring where Angel'the resting Who shall are To the Churches of Christ in America, Kingdom and the elements of resistance struggle in lus or in the world. That' we against the darkest night. That the tion promises. They; are the words of

Toll away the stone, and spread before The' federal council. earnestly 'ree- ; the nations and their unconscious . :may give ourselves and our all to burled possibilities in humanity may eternal life.; They speak In ringing accents

them, In.the, unending sunshine the ommenda that the week preceding 'desire. ''Matt.. XXIl-17j; Isaiah Christ in complete surrender. That obey the creative touch of God and of hope and heaven.. They proclaim *

great fruits of the victory ovec, win- caster be'given to united intercession.The XL:9-11; Haggal 11:7: That we may', He may 'master ourminds, and hearts come forth now. That we may not despair the 'glad tidings that they who''
fell In Jesus safa In .the V
ter, death, and sin sub jets suggested follow, the have the faith of''children and with :,and make possible in us and for us the of the world which lieth in dark- ''Father's asleep house. They are'counsel patience -

But the "Conflict," :of' today, the thought of our Lord's Prayer. joy jrepara Christ'.,way.That we may things of which we despair.: ness and the evil one, but believe that loving submission to the all-

Crosses: on the Go!got has ors this awful Never in the history''of our nation believe In Christ's victory,. even if Matt XXVI:1-18.: .. by the power' of the resurrection' it wise will of God, confidence In him

war I The women weeping as of yore! has) there been a more appropriate I darkness must intervene. -, may be redeem Mark XV:42-47j who has never broken his word. Some'day.

The almost despairing grief of men time for thus cultivating: 'a spirit of I Matt: lXXVII:61-68: In God's own time, we shall stand y'
who see brotherly love, civilisation, devotion time when Monday April 2. >"Forgive us our Thursday, April 5., "Lead us not,into Sunday, April 8: Sermon. 'Oft' the face to face with those whom we1'
_ the religion of. the anew IAn ned to Humble ourselves before God, That truth and < '' ,
be
duty may seen I that Will be, 0 my soult Then the
'..... old heathen writer once said In to rid ourselves of human\.elfishnea.* with,singleness of 'eye'and: purity* of That .theremay .be peace Inmen'ssouls I 'That the might which/raised 'again broken bonds will be restored and the
a crisis time i ."Perchance In ;years ton to' look for guidance that we may do heart.' That loyalty to righteousness and an untroubled) faith In' God. our Lord from the dead may work today old sweet companionships renewWJ

come; It will please :yon to. remember the will of God and seek the establish dominate all life. That the shame That there may be peace upon earth .upon the world., That we may believe and, the glory,will be all the brighter
these things I" ment of the kingdom( of our Lord. and maX all hateselfishness may" be That men and nattons' may love one with a mightier faith In a Risen for the shadows through' which .we

when victory has come, .and'"this.winter Let us,.in the spirit of surrender to'. another; even as Christ loved us':' That Savious with power over death and in I $"& .
washed from men' hearts..That
< of our discontent bas turnedto God and of sympathy and compassion away being convinced of sin and of riarht.eoU8Dess : His freedom to help u.. That the resurrection message Is a call
the world be household filled
Spring, not perhaps but certainlywe for set these may a and of judgment we. may befitted : Risen.Chrilt may live in us that the to consecrated service "Be :ye steadfast -
mankind apart daysof
shall look,back upon these,days with love' and prayer.. That the barren unmovable, always abounding In
receive Comforter who is
the
to
life live in the flesh be
and rejoice In the fortitude and faith sacred memory; every praying that life of earth may bear the fruitage of we 'now may, the work of the. Lord.", Be upand;
the Spirit of Truth.. That we may lay lived the faith of the Son of God.
and the' risen Christ be enthronedover by
which persevered and won for ns may the Kingdom of Heaven. That we may doing, for we serve the Master;; of
ours, so grand a promise of durable the life of a redeemed world. torgive and be forgiven., Mark XI:12.: aside all division1 and bitterness and That Christ may rise over all the lif. life' The sin-sick world waits for >"y-

peace. j FRANK MASON.NORTH, rise into the oneness ,lt,.with all our and death of the world and reign Ing ministrations In Jesus' name w We' .
20 Isaiah LVIl-
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Every hero's grave, nay every wound 7i!,:,"j!,,'".'.,,.'": ?,',fev t'' *,' ,'o-:PresidnetX'V .,.;.' :----.- ,' .' .\1 brethren which la in'God.:"-":,ij' "-.'-V '. f Luke XXIV-.Rom 1:4; ;Eph. 1:17-23.: are co-laborers with God, 'we are Sri},

will .be. glorious,. Inspiring and helpful 1 CHARLES MACFARLANE, Tuesday April 3. "Thy will be done." John XIVl-27; XVI:1-16;; XVII:2026. linked up to the divine purpose;we are ,t. '
to others, representing 'part of Intrusted with the work of the king
General Secretary That we may know and do the will The party of Tampa booster., .who
world
the
for
something
the price paid' bound for dom. Then let us toll manfully for
through ths city
!It needed the The Federal CouncilVof the Churchesof of our Father. That we! love God passed
needed even more than \ !; may Miami on Friday, were registered on the Master's sake, with a.song In our
all precious lives of men I. Christ hi America. and man, and that all love of man for Friday,. April 6. "Hallowed be Thy the homeward trip at .the. Lake Park hearts and a smile on our faces. "Our ;

,,-- ----- .... man may be made sure and strong by '* name." last ev. ning. Among them were Mr. labor Is not In vain In the Lord. By r'
the love ot for'God. That too and Mrs: Perry G. Wall, Mr. and Mrs.. 'the blessing of our Lord It will bear
men
y +*++++** H M I I*++*++++ Sunday, April 1, Sermons on. the desire.'to see Jesus. and may we be That men may be prepared unto'', Abe Make, Mr. and Mrs. L., P. Dickie, fruit for the eternities > r+

'' Incarnation may death .in the way of "duty. That. life Mrs. Charles Parsons, Perry G.' Wall, Thank God for the story of the
:! j Easter's Victory ! 'The entrance of God into humanlife willing to have banished from life all may be less to us than the love of God J. E.' Worthingham, W. B. Harris and empty tomb 1.Praise. be unto him who
the sin and which hides Him
impurity other Palm Beach Post;
and *-
history, His welcome and rejection and men That we'may see through has shed light Into the grave I Thanksgiving

Tb Victory of Bens, Is the by men; the progress of Ills 'from men That we! may see in all death and darkness to life and light. unto Jtiim who. II_.the Lord of the'

.. victory of .va".' faithful .!fort, of,. humanity the'present Lord and so live That we may be saved from judgmentof life.everlantlng! ,
to be free from all amazement O OOOOO.OOOO
very loving dud, of every patient OOOOOOOttOoOo. OOOOOOOOOO. as i men and given share of love and That God who ever live and lovsj;
Mcrific of every gallant stick for <00 a when we hear .Him say: "Ye did it I service in, their suffering1. That the : HOCH.DER MORITZ! <0> One God. one law, one element r.;
JUST PESTER US CRACKERS! ,
And far-off plvtn..vent
.. the right. They do not dl I., the. unto Me. I on. tt
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$ <00'' Cross may be the uttermost principleof : ,To which the..whol. cr.-atton mows.Christian's .
precious things, Matt. XXI:23-32 Mary Xlf::28-34 Tampa Times: Hang out the *
,. evan though they Tampa Times: Osceola county. <* i ; ; I our life and thought.; John XIX: *
set'
Ml to the ground. Like the bulbs, >.threatened with being: taken off 0o' i John XII:20-36; Matt. XXV3146. national colorsl! The example
Opportunity.
Luke XXIII:33-46. is < ,
I 4-16; : of our business men
.. the roots the seedi. they am kept the Dixie Highway route, struck *: i by some of emulation. Wear the'* A happy mid a glorious Easter thisone
Mfeto iris.and bloom and beautify the Central Florida Highway As. < i \ worthy
will be to all of us who get a new,
resurrection bodUa,when the Hallelujah sociation "like a house afire Wednesday, April 4. "Thy Kingdom :
standingwith your vision of the risen .Christ'and prostrate
0
that are
of the Easter Angel throws Moral: When you want action, .J> come." .i Saturday, April 7. "Deliver us from president.you -Kissimmee Gazette. ourselves la humble adoration at
the of <* just pester "them cracker." < i .
1y4 I '
Spring '
open gates evil.
0 : That love) and treachery which 0 : his feet, and cry out "Rabbonll l Rab-

I II F OOO O OOOOOOO, OOOOO OO 0 struggled about Christ'may not longer 1. That we may hope and believe ever. .tOt O O OOO 0009 bout!I"Theo. L. Cuyler,'D. D. ,. ,I It

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t( * > HH.a [Styles Seen On Fifth Avenue! CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER ;I'

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t FAVORITE FERTILIZERS -- i
I' MAKES YOU SICK AND .SALIYATESJ
The glamour of Fifth Avenueact* Cray a Leadiag Ce4ar
like magta al".y..m' on the Evidently i ef the smart-
grayest \ gray one
ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS and dreariest of day that March r et of the> light color this **aaon. ..-- ,---_ -
I brings with it.: All outward gloom is Sand beige and putty ere other "
J SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR quickly dispelled by the glitter of the .which have already been, successfully Dodsu's' Unr Tilt'" Barb Your Liver I Ton. tonigHTonr ffO cent bottle druggist.f or emW. .,11
ells] a Dodm'
you
ho-windows.. Shopper on their way launched. Th popular gray ie a soft ))1?
CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, from on. store to another pa.ua continually tine most attractive in 4r *..* of Bitter nil Calonid and w 0''" bark Liwr. guarantor TatM. ender.Char my each penaaat apoomrol money.will "
i toB>T. and enjoy the won- chiffon and beaded or braided
crepe ,aver better
1i' ii, CORN, TOMATOES . oairhfare itself, a never-ending pro- elaborately in a'deeper tone ef gray. Lar i Dai's Wa elewi dose! .*your niwty Inggiehi aOomel awl that, it Baa woat a t.'
(ierfill'diaplay On the ..thoreeion For the moat la ,
great part all-gray generally ick..
Chemical make .
J' .Writ for our new price Get en all brand Agricultural of llmdu iner taxi and omnibuses favored, but a touch of light Wuf Liven( .nliirirj Iiv.rt Trl8ae you 'Ctrdann'a
( LSrrr ta
reel
up your Ton
:. Insecticides Material. Etc roll by. with interestin oecu.: or coral pink appears her and there. and chMrful; make your: work a medicine.. i You'll: know it next liver "?.
1 '' morning +
4 pant. Even in aho**, gray I* a color eon- P&-& lnt I*'vigomue .ad! full of ambi
; will wake
4k fI BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES Here the very latent whim of fashion iderabry vaed. Gray.... and kid tan But take 1 no nuty, dangerousealomd ; 1..1'1.liver you will be working up feellvg headache tan,

: arriving dailyttet cur price and gel\ me Lest appear, the very beat drcMed ,pumpa are exception smart WOO go bwaum it makes you tick .and your end dixzinni. paOlI t stmaadk will be
are women are seen; in short, all that with afternoon dresses, and ta l shoe you may low a. day'i work. and'bowela regular.
4 We efl the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributingin sum up the Jat word fashions Ire J for itreet wear the gray luede uppers CaJomrl l i i& nutfiiiiry' or nnick ilt.r sweet .
,. or' broadcasting.. Excellent for all Fertilizer. Lira, A hes at on*'* command I with gray kid or black; patent- which eauwt nn>ro.i* of the b<>n... Dndan'g Lived Ton S.1 ntirdy.4tJ!.!". 1',;'
row and. oft P1i ophste. ,I leather vamp are moat desirable. Cklomel! eruthn Into sour bile liki* Uhle therefore h>rml w sad east mg.ali.ate. .,
i'' Gray for glove U alai lul onabl., dynamite, Making it up. That' when Oie it to yoar.rjuldms.Millirtm .
USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon I of people are. ruing Th d.on's
especially to match the shoes or dress. you let that awful nausea and eramping.U.tea
your citrus free'for .Are result.. Manufactured by J ''Schriarr.tf Another color we tee more and to .met! If you want to enjoythe Liter Ton intfui of will dang.reuneeal.md toil I
liver boweltleuwiaf now Tour druggist: you thU a
aicnt, g.atle t and
'l Co., Orlando our subtieKary more of i f. the dull old-gold. Suit, ever ip.ri.iic e'd" just take 1 the sale o< Cabins* almost stepp.d ..:;teftt.izIy
d resiles, separate waist and skirt; you here., .
Podton' Liverof
alike claim it their Very a. tpooafnl of !harmless
FERTILIZER COMPANY a own. pop- j
THE INDEPENDENT ular, too, are the mustard and citron -- ."

JACKSONVILLE I FLORIDA { S hadea. When Ned in; combination figured voile. la many of the sunny, a* under these condition the :j.
with other color, navy blue or frock developed in two material in I chemical action of the sulphur takes I

*. :.II.I..I.; ..... .. . . . . . .) I. ... .... . . . .. black i*of asually gold. chosen Both navy to be and the black companion this way', motif from the figured ma.collar place more rapidly. . j
and
cut out applied
,. 1 but.navy in particular. used Withland tenal and are.cuffs to make' the trimming. I The dust i is particularly effective on 1I

4>.".H. . M". . .. . .. , .'. . . .. .. ., ... .. .,. . .. and. beige, make excellent. ,combination ; plants like strawberries where the ;|
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...-- l, RED SPIDERS I leaves lie dose 'to the ground. On, t\,
f Just now the black satin skirt witha .
*ll
I white chiffon blouse worn over it i* I plants like .cotton with leaves raised
4 Cold Storage for Fresh Meats \ considered very chic- The blouse may J. R.,Waton I above the ground it doe not work as *j
I II' be trimmed with Alet lace; embroideryor University of Florida Agricultural I' well. The heat from the soil I.i necessary ''.'.
I. flue tu
.,. Storage Rat*.Beginning December ltf 1 blouses ilk Jersey are also skirts charming.Still these long. alip-on During the spring months red J. *pider A* a spray Sulphur one can Spray use from'',,; one 'i I Ito

iT Oae PSece Frock are likely to < the Straight five pounds watI
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.... of Storage on all-Meat,'"1-2 cent' pound' Fifteen ,' net .''''' The..appearance( the barrel skirt attack. variety of plant Among..err It will-spread an ;; Curing Pork ready for smoking; 1 l-2c.; per pou ; has- in no way diverted attention from cultivated' ",,- artrawberrier much'beu" 1f three- or four pound : :
bean, citrus, violets and camphor -
.Twenty Day the straight: one-piece frock. It continue favorite cotton lof soap' are added. 11'1
I are the
i'', to hold it* way and atilt 'find Sulphur Compound
1'r Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound. favor with the. masses.,And new variation Infested plant become gray and Of the compound of -.ulphur.'Jime-' ;j
dried up in appearance and finally,
r. of Its appear perpetually. I is of the beat for tithe (
: -Ljde: rr sulphur one use
arid die Strawberriesturn .
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Bring";. W u tfi a d.y't"ey..r killed.: We will do' w brown and remain amall '
of
: your hard. If examined: closely infested lone to 50 gallons water. .One.can
the rest. plant, particularly the undersides of buy the commercial product or make "'
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r it using 8 pounds of lime and 8
the leave are found covered with a by .
web of fine aUk under which the min- pounds pf aulphur. Cover the lime
I -.. aM ute yellowish mite can be teen with with 6 quarts of water and as 'the ..'.
KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.If A Smart One-Piece Frock Developed. the unaided eye. Under good lent mixture. becomes heated add the sulphur .
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in Two Material one can readily discern the eight-leg slowly. When the slaking over.
\ ged adult which are from: red to quickly cool the mass by pouring cold
... .......I..I. .. .. ...... . . . .. What are tM mart women wear- ) \ : green! in color the bright red eggt water into itLimesulphur does not work Well
inert And what are the tempting bit and the white skin which were cast on
01 finery exhibited: in these glittering jj off, when the spider molted.! hairy plants .nd'its hardly to be
window that east such a spell about Remedy recommended for strawberries or*
other in bloom.
4v* them? plants
These to the
pest belong spider
Straw hat are quite'the accepted class and to a group of small spiderscalled' Potassium snlphld (liver of sul-
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Ii thing now. One can count the hat spider-mites, which includes the phur) makes a very_ efficient- andquickacting
4 M. G. KIBBE & CO. Use a pound and j|
that; are not iprfnglile, *o few and nut mite of citru The bet remedy spray.
half to 60 gallons of water.
far between are they. The number of for any of these mite is tome form of a inseAlcides
FARM LANDS NORTH AND SOUTH I people who utill cling to the idea that ulphur. None of these kill the .
p a straw hat 'is out of'place before I One may use either free sulphur! or eggs so it may be necessary to repeat -

', We have. a 'bargain In a Fire Acre Farm, close in, J Eater arrow. let'and lea daily. In some of its compounds, applying it above- the, red spraying spider or are.dusting quite likely a week to ;,
X fact, the tablet are entirely turned, dry, or In the form of a spray. Free '
; Six Room well finished Home, Barn, Etc. Other good ; and it I.i hard believe later. ,
F to that the sulphur i* one of the best remedies :.1'1....
Beside the cultivated plant named .
of-plaee hat. are those bright, against red mites. It i I.
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one*. eWe i } oa1--1[ spiders or
mustard
breed on wild blackberries, ,
)like creation all a-Moom with aomewhatu dower in its action than
Farm Home Rental. I t those of 'ti y't privet, wild geranium, "lambs' quarters -
want Improved and. not darker hue. and some compound of' sulphur, taking .
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sow-thistle evening-primrose
heavier material often two three to do
or day
or more
PHONE 286 Even a* early a* thin, lasts of satin ''t, ,+ its work; but it remaina( active for along and other weeds. These should strawberry be de-u- 1
I when! found
t or latin and straw are giving' place to 4 time frequently two or three strayed near
DAKIN AVE. 'KISS1MMEE> FLORIDA those of all-straw ,Crepe and straw week, and usually kill the mite beds. .One of th equickest ways to do''j
combination arevery good atyle. I Sulphur can be applied dry, and b. this Is to spraythe plants with a solution ''
Sometime the crepe la i used for the 1 driven Into the citrus tree or traw- of sodium arsenite a pound to. i1
. crown of the small( high-crowned' -- berry bed by mean of.a 'blower or ten-gallons of water. ,,
ban1 with little atraw around far-I )duster. In the strawberry patch it -
r narrow brim, or else it i f. pied for can be applied by hand, or shaken into t
; brims of the wide tailor whdh the vine through a closely woven KALAMAZOO
crown. of straw. I Dress of White and Gaily Figured cloth or a perforated can.
R. S. FLOYDDealer 'Very high crowned and almost Voile Sulphur and Lime UM a Kalamaioa Paprkleth Ice I
brimless are some of the most popular It I I. better to mix three pelts of
In shapes, but the picturesque, .wide-, ?;:TbeAat.,aaitch'ahiwsoneof, the dry sulphur with one part of hvdrat BUaket thU 5......
brimmed styles and fancy shapes. .''are 'I'latest form of(then straight: !rock.:,,It ed lime. .The lime an be bought or
also being worn. r hag three larg' etnck over the! shoulder made by adding 32 pound (four gal- It Saves}1-3 the Ice BillIt's I
Groceries .H Grain and Feed Halt are not heavily trimmed this *, stitched to yoke depth, and continued lons) of water to each 100 pounds of .
xy, season. A beaded ornament or flowers'' in soft pleats below the waist quicklime. Mix hydrated lime and doing for thousand'I it will
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worked ih worried or chenille, and The lower part of the dress, the collar sulhpur thoroughly. The best results I do it for YOU. Only 25 cents postage :f,
'. I Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. placed (In front often take all the re- and curt' are of figured material. will be obtained by applying\ the dust paid. '
iipontlbility. of trimming.' Feather fan.I A belt extending around the tide and at night or in the.early morning when
j ..Iu and narrow velvet or plcot-edged back with two narrow straps filling' the plant are wet with dew, a.. the H. W. HALLOCK,Live Oak, flap
: Try Us on Your Next Order.For Feed ribbon arranged aroundi- the crown the gap aero** the front, mark the I Hint KMemi to stick better at that ,
wtih studied carelessness are other normal waiitlirwe. time. It wrok better when the nightsare General Agent ,

1 simple form of trimming.!, Very frequently :i' The other sketch show a deaignjalfto moist and the days' bright and. .. \
the Chinese hat !- -- --- '
one sees suitable for two -fabric The :. .
t round in >.hape. 'and nloping down. waist and kimono sleeves are t>f plain 'i:
'.. gradually from;a point at the top. I white voile, the yoke, cuff and tklrttMcCALL
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i ; .' i i Road Map 9 a y April .GRAYSTONE CASINO .

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9 l V 1 for every occasion, ; .
Orange Groves, Timber I I.lands. We Non-rest-.
Railroad. Distance and Index Pay Taxes fee
Made Possible by the use a
Cattle ,Ranches. Country and
.11 --, - dents( and.Act a* Owners.Afjent : .
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MAP OF FLORIDA
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': .rI' r 25C" 1 i1 Cutting Guide and furnished Construction free e Stout Lumber Co. '

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insures a perfectfittinggarment
"'. DEALERS IN
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t D..... NOW ON.SALE, '._ nor. LUMBER
I( ": c for a limited time only Rw7w7 _7H* .w7wr
.( ,. t t The McCall Book of Fashions (Spring Quarterly. ),;: Price 25ci .(by
mall 36e)1)| Canadian price 30c (by mail, 40c). ,Inclodnijr a FREE> Novelty Works in Connection

l . This (U something every Autoist; should have, and now COtfrON worth 15c toward the purchase of. any McCall Pattern.
s k r It Is our plus.tare to tire yon estjmatet at all time
;.. U the time to ireI'one at a price which will'not GILBERT i :
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'. be offered soon again. Courteous Attention and Prompt! Delivery.
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;I t (foformatloa I Ic the'automobillit, It.Is tometUnf 'reqalrtd 'bytrtrjroa FOR SALE---CASH, PREFERRED ., .ftJ.' ...I\ftr\ ... e."A.. t... 4''e.,. ., 1r l

',' f1 *., 'Th. map. It complcU la artr* detail, a piece of art, One block' of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250 1

k"'" ; all'autotoids; .. of tbs olati, Includinf th. Dill.Hljhway being foot front,.208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for TERM REVIEW. COURSEAPRIL M. H.' PORTER .

t SLOW!. Can .aaU, be'canJ.d la.your pockt Banana or Truck Growing.- Eighteen inch fail- to city for Catalog a.JUr1R.1..1a17.Write and full Inform.Uon : *- issue..1 Oaee.ta the Peace....JMmtrtft,,-. ....1 i i1 yCeaveya.r.eEsee.t.d

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'I I INTERESTING COMMENTS FROM STATE PRESS II I Better Farm!,,,gr in the. South I ... .NoTlQ'!:-/ i'! .O'.


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"Never Tuoched'fe"FlorIda what to do with $1,000 they captured .Permanent Influence Of Fe]rUHzera On Southern Soils LAX-FOS ,O The time for1 concerts has been ,*'

Record: Automobile riding, in a gambling raid recently. Have.a + changed from 7 to 7:30 Fridaynights .
said health' have spread! Feeding the Plant the, Rest Purpose Developing the Resource's of thndary O ,i and from 8 to 8:90 Sun. *
a lecturer to a St. Louis spread, boys; a
taudience will Soil 8.coIn ux-ros IS'AN iuraova CASCARA + day afternoons., The .nlne- O''
Ir eventualmales) Axqer.icr.ns "Blame ;;:People" A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE are pleasant now so"let ..el'.1.'
a legless race. Uness! they cat nt.'ear. "How has he done It? waarasked.
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rec O and the
deal Punta Gorda Herald 'What la the ' body come out enjoy
a great" cheaper it time pickup It has been the 'practice of this
.oil fertility has CATHARTIC MO LIVER TONIC O music and encourage the boys *
fa the
matter with the church heading
land
Jvellofalot, there 4 r our legs drying up."Reckon of an article in the Palatka News. come to be look fertiliser that he could purchasewith tAjt-Poa Is not a Scjmt: or Patent Medicine O Prof.. Shearonss says it will be a P ,

There is nothing the matter with the f ed upon la a new the proceeds of the sale ot his bat is composed-of the following .great pleasure to play'any s.l- '

It Didl"! . church; it's many of the members whit light Soils are cotton seed from this same land, Ot old-fashioned roots and herbs ection anyone may reqcsst. '

.. Palatka New: That Roir.MnofT: have something the'matter with them a no longer spokenof course, this farmer could have crown OASCARA BARK O'' O

dynasty didn't dio nasty, after all It I as being rich his cotton more economically bad he BLUE FLAG ROOT ....000000..00..0.. .
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just caflumixed. ,Times Have Changed simply because grown It In rotation with other crops. RHUBARB ROOT
Ocala'Banner: It is not any longer Jam I chemical analysis Loss Through Leaching WHAT ARE HANDKERCHIEFS

A "A ReawinrFlorida ; d cheaper to move than to pay rent as shows that they "Sandy ells naturally erode and BLACK ROOT Four ,
Index: Some nun who want the moving vane tn all the larger dtt I contain a bund leach readily. Phosphoric acid does MAY APPLE ROOT
In the II not leach, away but remains in lxa) SENNA'LEAVES "Protect the from disease !
to run for county commissioner( next leg have moved up prices, name I I an oe of plant public ;
time don.'t want the office abolished.Of as in all( other lines which adds atilt 1000. Much or. top twelve inches ot soil( till It Is used. AND PEPSIN : Use your handkerchief when you. ,

: course not. : more to the "high cost'of living." J. N. HARPER, this slant food of by sandy the plant.soils to Potash a limited will extent wash out but. In LA.1i:-Pos theCAacs ai Is Improved bribe sneeze."

Agronomist. be locked all addition( of these digestive InRredf' Most people consider a cold as a
nay up
with clay soils It Is practically
And Some Getting Bills .
Showing the cuts It better
Right Spirit making than CASCABA
; e BO that plants can not get at It. To available. The nitrates, on the other ordinary J nuisance,,not as m disease, But cold.,
.1nte!: rlse.Recorder: The streets Florida :Record: Everybody's doing be available plant food must be insoluble by the ,and thus the combination acts notonly
w' of Quincy with it. Doing what? Writing bills. band cannot Ions be retained stimulating laxative and cathartic influenza'and similar affections of the/
were sprinkled confiscated form; that'ls. It must dissolveIn BOIL It is soluble in water'and therefore :
whiskey one day. .last week Instead tho soil water and change into Just leaches out with every heavy but also as a digestive and liver tonic. mucous membrane of the throat and'
p of with water. Can't Scare 'Eml'! Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-FOS
tho'form that the plant can use for rain. nasal passages are diseases, contagious -
t -- Blountstown Record: Bro. Cat ll up IU growth," Professor Harper."In combines strength with palatable aromatic
says. diseases which transmitted
-Keely-Kure-KatU" In Atlanta the other day stated that fact."'be. continues ". chemical Winter Cover Crops Help taste and does not gripe or disturb are !

Tampa Breeze: The governor has he expected to put his bcjne-dry pro- analysis may show.that a soil has lit. "When a Held Is left bare through the stomach. One bottle wUl prove, of from one, person and these to another are expelled by means .,

..a, new name-"Keely Kure Katta." paganda through in April, prophesying tie total fpod content, but that little I the winter months, sometime more IAX>Fol is invaluable for Constipation the germs of the head and throat'from?_

that once it got through the !pin. may often have plant food In a snore I than 40 pounds of nitrogen" leached Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price SOc. by sneezing passages, coughing and even In r
Ours Lost in the Shuffle lature, it's success would be assured. available form than the richer'doll, rum an acre. It will take 600 poundsof ------ ----- -------------------- talking.

Ocala Banner: It Is estimated that But he can't alarm Georila' with thin and, as.a consequence, will. produce. cottonseed meal per acre to replace PATRIOTISMThe These diseases themselves'. not
there are probably 1,600,000,000( and kind of talk, not with Pensacola"' and greater yields. this loss' of nitrogen. It the farmer
necessarily serious but they
500,000,000 five-cent pieces afloat in Jacksonville collecting all of her ready "Mont of the soils of the South have plants a cover crop such as rye, crimson I : usually
make feel than he really
the United States, or an average of 12 cash. been formed from granite rocks which clover or bur clover,- the greater crisis is now upon us, a man means .
'i'" pennies and 5 nickels for each J1er.I ---, havo decayed or crumbled Into particles portion ot this nitrogen will be remained Will there be peace or wart is, they cripple bis-highest producting

scut Some '"Product", Soils derived from granites contain and become available. tor the' The question remains unanswered; capacity mentally and physically a1l4
considerable sand. Such' soils nad, therefore; they are expensive :
Blountstown' Record: Next to a succeeding crop. We'll heed the guiding star .
Miraculous! fleay dog, a fresh kid is the mot un are found very extensively In the region If: Who through the critical fray they are preventable.Upon assertionis
I these basic facts the -
St. Louis Globe-Democrat: It is companionable product In the markets ant of Ibis Mississippi river. MAKE COTTON FRUIT BETTERJ. Has led us carefully on;
TO
-that has the
"Can these sandy loam soils of the emphatic no one right
strange that Herr Zimmermann 'did of the world. Now we wait to hear him say +
South be made to produce abundant to force uoon another persons his own
not try to revive the Southern Confederacy Our ebbing hope is"gone.'
'CI'OPtI' C. Prldmore Agronomist private cold, and this is exactly1-what: ,
of his Read the I j
of Papers
a part plan a
war againet/ the United States. Punta Gorda Herald: Whenever we '"The answer is 'Yes. Proof la provided Inquiry; -"My cotton produces plenty The Stars and Stripes forever he does when he'couCh. or sneezes In
Z..., from the experience of thou. of weed but, fruits poorly.What the presence; of others without'conI'-.,
read of people being swindled by -wire- Is the emblem of our land;
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Hands of farmers. through tblST Inr face his mouth and nose.
"Compliment"J They won fertilizer would correct -
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A and brick. Our naught hiT
tappers loyalty can
gold dealer
,, we sever
proper..f management and termination. .nutrition with a'similar
arw; From the knowledge plant s handkerchief or
Morning Tribune: When asked if cannot hlep but feel cheerful for ,the Many farmers of the South are as'It Is understood >at-tbe< pr.a.ent As by our flag we stand; rThough"all'peace muffler.- .' ,

he enjoyed. "fatted- alf." on* of dupes do not read 'the 'newspapers.! today getting a bale of cotton to the time, It appeara that you have a hope has-vanished' ; --He has"not the'moral right-even it ss
the returned soldier said of The their readers in- with nations across the seas, ;
boys mast( newspapers keep '
-' acre where'they once got only one- soil containing' a fairly good supplyof he lacks the essential good manners
$ those :Hie bad noticed Franklin formedabout swindlers! of alji]) kinds. We ne'er lose hope to vanquish
Orr. third of a bale. TlierJare producing .nitrogen but deficient In phosphoric and breeding, to expel the.eeI'Dor
street were,,rather skinny.An but many'people' do not appreciate from. 60 to 75 bushels of corn on the laid and piMaah* .' 'the- elembat nltro- .While our'I"'usac .weU, h, breeze. his own cold or influenza or bronchitis

-' fact. I name )land which a few years ago produced gen Is considered largely with the development Into the face of another, or to fill the
Exception only 15 to 20( bushels. ot vegetative parts ot the The ereat".plrit of preparedness, atmosphere surrounding them both

Florida Advocate-: Hogs are selling "Dreadful Nuisance" "What is the secret ct their.suceennt plants,, such as tbe stalk, stems and I Is broadcast o'er the land; with such !germs where they can possibly .
for $15 and,upward per.hundred Punta Gorda Herald: The"papers leaves. The phosphoric( acid Is respn- If our citizenship Is faithful; b, inhaled by his neighbors.-. ,
weight, but this does not include the keep reminding us of that impending "la it in the change In the methodsof alble-to a large extent for the develoPment We must lend our helping hand. ; To be 'on t the, safe aids morally) no
two-legged animal. calamity the meeting of the lejt da. cultivation There has been'con of the fruit and the hastening of Th. mighty cause is urging ,
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: ture in April. You all know what the siderable Improvement in this respect. the maturity of the plant. Potash give And the call we all must heed,., person suffering from these affections,
"In the Young Man's Fan. Herald thinks of the legislature; U Is "Han It been-due to deeper plowing general toue and vigor to the plant Conflict-will soon be surging,' should attend .church services, the
a dreadful nuisance,.and In this viewwe Thto has been a help.., and Improves! the quality of the fruit. Patriotism will be our need. movies or. any other assemblage
I' Florida cy Lightly Record Turns Etc. predict that in June. Rev. Catt8 "Is It due to crop rotation The The use of fertilizer will supply these : ... where people'! necessarily are'' seatedclose '
: 'right kind of rotation Is beneficial. plant food elements?, and enable one together. Incidentally, no oneshould'pay'socilil'calls
will with the Herald: As we'think of the invasion
Drinking and agree ,
liquor -, 'What then Is the great reason( ? It to overcome these", apparent soil deS upon a personill
r Working for Catta KJ; I III'thill, the plants have been fed better ciencies.; Upon our cherished soil from an Infectious disease, unless ,
0. K." i. o. I
> :Are what you might. term -. and they have responded with better A material ,anal/ling' from 1'' percent And realize the great occasion. some positive ervice can be rendered;,
1 St. Lucie Tribune: Because!! a fellow]] the sad
"Overt To challenge turmoil ,
I acts. to, 2 per cent nitrogen, 10 percent It increases by the
yields. In other words It cams unnecessary one.
"back-talked"
O
to Judge ; K. Reaves
12 acid' Let our protective spirit grow .
,
about through proper ferti lzatton.' to percent phosphoric number of individuals who spread disease ':
Down in the wine cellar' the other.day his eighteen months's"ntence "A successful Southern tanner, and 1 per cent to 2 per //cent': potash, In our purpose etaadfllt.I through the community.

Wjth your shirt-tail out., was extended to fouTl yeAn. whom'the writer knows 'well, Is now could be used profitably in such cases. And with courage meet the foe. But as a safeguard for the protect. f
Catta will get your Kind o' puts us in mind of 'certain producing a bale of'cotton to the acre Apply at the rate ot three or four To cope with them at last./ tion of others who are defenceless''(
If don't watch out "spreem" court stunts of record..record !- hundred pounds per acre before tbe )
I you on land which twenty-fire years ago unless you protect them yourself It is1
A .. was producing only one-third of a tale. crop Is planted, so that the plant can We' have struggled to be peaceful; up to you to smother your cough and
How About "Dutch-man?" full benefit of'the. material earlyIn j> Though offense has been pressed.
, I1 Can't Blame 'EmTallahassee He) has constantly grown cotton on get your sneeze in your handkerchief. ,*If
i. Orlando Sentinel: Every Talk .In Democrat: The average this land. Yet in spite' of this,' he has its growth especially under boll .To'this struggle there's no equal you have a cold don't'everi get close;, '
Turkey is a sick.man. Increased ylelda. weevil! conditions. 'Throughout the mighty test; another
to in conversation. You are
woman thinks lots more of the advertisement -, 'We have been silent In our waiting ..
that enables her to find-a in no condition to tell secrets. 4 f t
lull
.For to at
than at a come last
t Sound AdviceFlorida twenty-cent cut in some article she higher r any time since the questioned advantages !it has over But there'es no signs of abating, Polite well-bred people always. car...

I 1. L Times-Union: Those people wants than'she does in the'Europeanwar. civil'war, The' demand for livestock other' ''counties In the, state from a ..Instead there comes a blast. ry handkerchiefs: and they use that; i
.- armor for the protection( of others.They ;
who
are talking about boycotting of all kinds is far' greater than the marketing standpoint. as Well as its are never'forgetful of the .
potatoes would better-start.. to growing and I feel 'safe in To the great head of,our nation .
perfectly '
ll them. BACK TO THE FARM saying unequalled 'shipping facilities, and of others. People who>> lack' #
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W6'trlve our great applause; !
that this same condition-will creeding and refinement need to
', I' IS WATSON'S IDEA be the same for a good many ;years to with soil Just as productive why For our national salvation reminded. J Obe

-Every Little.Bit' Added To-" come. should anyone want to gx anywhere Through this important cause; To which class do belong? \ S ,
Florida Record Theda Bara Times-Union to' And if be decision you :11 t
: will ( ) "There are hundreds and thousandsof ( else farm war his of

e have to wear a veil for the next three "At no time since the discovery of acres in Duval county .very favor "To those'who are already here on For protection of our right! ....V'--. ..rynwywrnrrnr. . . & & &,& .. ..,........ .. ;
years says an exchange, her America have there'been the We will all derision, ;'
'I as per' opportunities ably adapted to growing a great variety would avenge '
the farms. I like to ernphasize
\, contract with a film company. Every for making money on the of herds for' producing this live Let us fight! Let us fight! O"IF YOU"RECEIYETHE KlS..fj1

", little bit helps. ? .' .' farm so great as they are now," stat- stock. I wish to say most emphatically the fundamental Importance of 'the .:-J. E. Hartley. : SIMMEE.VALLEY.GAZETTE?.*J{
' : ed Agricultural Adviser W, L. Watson that for stock raising and general thorough preparation of the soil, before ,,

:""f How About Prose Breikfutl! yesterday., Continuing. Mr Watson farming, dairying, poultry raising planting:, the use of sound well.. A good treatment for a'"cold' settled O without" having ordered that It *>*

.. iI.:: Florida Advocate: ''A.' report says said: !s1' %;.' \,*."; < ,. ., t or.for trucking purposes, when all bred seed, the frequent and continued (tn the lungs is a Herrlcks Red Pepper O be sent to you, no payment for It''' : t tO
the Tampa police are worrying over "Farm'products fot all kinds' are.due consideration is given the un- use of the harrow before and after Porous Piaster applied to the 1 will be asked of The '''
; I planting to conserve the moisture in O County Commissioners 'lot'hce-/( !! "'
draw andBaUard'
chest to 'out inflammation '
O 1 ola county. are paying for ft a* *
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a I the soil and keep the plants growing: Horehound Syrup to' relax : 1
O advertisement for this *
and making sure to plant twice as an conn- ; ,
.. tightness. You get the.two remediesfor i O ty. Your name has been O \
seed there will be plants left
many as the of the dollar supplied
by buying :
price one to'them' by one of : *> ,
standing to insure a perfect stand and
size Horehound Syrup; there is a I O in the hope that you would be 4> .
t remember t>it barnyard manure'Don't let is porous plaster free with'each!,,.' bottle, O interested in this section of Flor-. +-,
the of all foods. I
king plant
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Great Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. Jda. O'
8ubscriptionCIub Bargain any of, this go t
on the land as fast as possible to (re- Wanted wood-c-utters; steady work; O UU.Oto OO".O U.otO o.. .
vent loss of nitrogen by leaching or
$1.00 per cord.' For particulars! writeW. \
t i //irelanging. It. Mellier;Fulford, Fla.
"Velvet |deans should be planted on
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| every row of corn In the county If I '
.' .' I there la any one crop more valuable I Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System of

for many reasons on Florida soil than.I, The Old Staud.1'd general stnBstlunina Ionic
: another, it is the velvet bean. Peanutsare GROVE'8 TABTELES8chIUTONIC.4ri.noul
TH.E KISSIMMEE VALLEY ..
.. GAZETTE Maladaenrlche.theblood.aod build tip the ty
anothre great crop and' should occupy
tern. AtrusWuicA For adult<< *ao4 children. SOC
a reasonable portionof space I ; R.OLO
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Your Wide-A wake County Paper which carries on every up-to-date farmer's place,
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Practically all soils, in this county, t :
the Complete Local and Home'ews, Personal with an application of ground lime-

stone, will produce paying''' yields' of RUBBER''' COPPER
1, Mention, Editorials, and 3 Years Subscription. to .. this crop and .the demand for them by'
//I' the oil mills is unlimited and as stock TIRES BRASS

THE SOUTf1ERN RURALIST I feed they rank among the best. TUBES LEAD ''
q. ""Corn velvet beans
cowpeas, pea
'. -, i ? ,*,f nuts, beggarweed sweet potatoes, ROPE SCRAP IRON '

.. The S utb'* Greatest Agriculturitxl Magazine, together with a splendid sugar cane, Japanese cane are some of RAGS BONES w
the safe and and I .
i sane crops am urgIng ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW MILLS
THREEISHEET ,GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART '28,36, INCHES Duval- county farmers to plant and WOOD WOKKINU MACIH.NKHY
.. SEND IT TO US ,WE REnIT PtOJUInfI
I .. this year.' A complete line of Mill Supplies*and ;

at a price that will appeal to you. Read the offer below: "Railroad strlltes nor war-time Heavy Machinery carried'In stock I Write For fVkefat ., I
prices for.all life-sustaining commodities for Immediate shlpmtitt. get our* :
tr1y/I JNLA/1/HHALCa\\
KISSIMMEfe VALLEY GAZETTE should no worry any farmer prices before placing your'ord.r...'

Weekly, 1 Year, ,. $2.00 'SPECIAt, Who-farms right,". concluded. he.. MALSBY MACHINERY CO._ I CS7 C.BAY JACKSONVIUC.nA.j

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Mate K.! Bar St. '
AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS OF

SOUTHERN RURALIST, Combination b I I Price 'FLORIDA ARE 'IN DEMAND _

Semi-Monthly, Years, .' $1.50 -.

GEOROAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA The complete automobile road map THE SOUTH'LATND.ALLSTEELELECTRICLIGHTED'

$ 75 of Florida (pocket edition), which is ,
r WALL CHART. $1.50: 2 being offered ,by the Valley Gazettefor TRAIN '>.
-- the small sum of 25c, is finding a ,
: : Total, ''- $5.00 ready sale and If you have not got Grand ?
Cleveland s
yours, better get busy, as they will Chicago, 'Indianapolis,

. ;:. I -GEOGRAPHICAL: ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART. t not The last map any is great folded length Tn a of neat time.card Rapids,'Cincinnati. : and Louisville:

board cover, of a size fitting the coat Cars and Com. '
d& Lv Jacksonville 'A O I, S.20PM Pullman Sleeping
U work w consists oft..e.. large double.sbeets28x36 inches in pocket bout an ordinary envelopealznd
a ; size, bound together at the Lv Waycross.A' L' 10 JO PM partment Observation Car--Jack*

y top by an.enamel strip with metal loops for banting. The front sheet has m'splendid map of the when opened is- 21x29 LvTifton. _.;?. GSAF 12.40AM nonyille to Chicago' ; Jack onrilllf 1e>> ;ffe!I
inches. It shows all automobile roads ..._ Ccfd 3.58 AM Indianapolis (via Louisville) (for occupancy ,
,I world'beautifully colored and Tarnished, shows steamer routes with distances between On Lv Macon.*. y
ports., re- throughout the entire state the 'Dixie 'Lv Atlanta....,. LAN .7.18AM until 7.30 a.in.)Jacksonville te>>'
C. Terse side,_ illustrations of'.the Panama Canal with complete statistics data, etc. On the next sheet Highway, and from it tone can pick out Lv Knoxvl! ..,.. LAN 12. 9 PM Cleveland: (via Cinoim> )'daily, and P

b a tart,map of year state, 'showing each county.colored separately, railroads and distances, congressional at first glance any auto road InFlor ,Corbin...!... J. &-1< J.29 PM JrxcVsonvillo to Grand Itapida-: (via:

and senatorial dist ricts. Around th. margin are portraits 'of Vll governors of the state ida. being the latest revised.it certainly Ar Loul villo...?> & N 9.00! PM Cincinnati: ) IIPmi-weoekl1'.leavlng: Jack.,

and when each served: On side is' Gazeteer the is something we all should! possess, Ar Indianapolis s Penn 2.00AM aonville Mondays; and Thursdays t
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to( say the least, and is complete in ArClnclnnatl... IAN 9,00 PM Coacbeat: Jackson
sheet. contains a good colored map of the U. S. also a standard the also shews the PM Thoroughfare
4g parcel post map'of U. S., with every detail. The map Lv Cincinnati. GK&I 11.59 rifle to Chicago;bng nge and seat caiJacki
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(. c ; on Order: Not soliciting our business on friendship or person

', 7;, r aJ.al.o6..e 4 Ses ality,but smashing them with Price,Service and Quality. '.

: ? () : ... :? With a $75OO'stock here, with a disposition to'please you, is it any wonder -
I ,ii we have built up the largest retail furniture: business of all South florida---Is
1 ,, should send for 'inferior merchandise? ,COME TO THIS BIG,STORE, DURING
t; j there' any big legitimate! ,reason why: anyone away ,
,. r a DRESS UP WEEK. You will find here just what you wish at the, price' you ought to pay. We deliver' absolutely free of charge,

Furniture to any point,within 35 miles of our Store. _
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'( DressUp'" .'. A Broken Piece of Jewelry ,


FI, Jf'i; H Complete ProgramFor DEAD WATCH 1 4A

.. ( That does not mean a new ,suit ofclothes .
t Can be revived in Our Wonderful Shop. If other can't do it, we can d
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,3 i that make the suit look and feel better. We bare expert watchmakers and a'first-lass Jewelry Manufacturing s r

: Under clothing, hose, shirts, ,ties, collars Dress Up WeekSpecial Plant to meet demand without tending your jewels to f.ctoriu

; garters.belts and suspenders. We have a most complete Bne of Jewelry, Watches, Diamond and Y .

,i Men''. and Youth'sClothing Silverware in the State. -:
In addition to a fine line of
k,i ,-we carry a full assortment of high class Oar prices art rigbLOwenCotter \
'"" : Haberdashery. The three feature of our Store ate ;i 1 Events Will Be{Held Each 1
t VARIETY, PRICE. "
QUALITY, r
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Come to Tampa Dress Up Week Make our -
t 4 Store your headquarter ,while in the city. We will Fashion Show at Tampa Bay Jewelry Co.
.ht.Harris .
treat you "THE DIAMOND MERCHANTS"
r' I Casino Monday. ; 609 FraakEa Street Tampa, Florida
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Clothing -- Brash: HAINES JEWELRY STORE, r '
I All the plant have been. outlinedFor newest creations in clothing for. both St Petersburg, Florida
713 Franklin ', ',",,,Tampa'Florida" .,',f.JIi'Jl' <
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: beginning Monday. April 2. YOU ARE .
FOR DRESS UP WEEK and lasting until Saturday. April 7. there will be'"something doing" daily. T
t, "' As merchants in all parts of the city Tuesday night will be spent by the
< ., are co-operating enthusiastically there public in reviewing the attractive win Not Dressed Up
,j We have received' direct from the fashion centers, a most mag- i. every reason to believe that.the observance I dow displays; arranged by, the, ,merchants -
1 of of all the most popular will be a great success.The of Tampa and Ybor City, andon
aificent Eae Ready-to-Wear Dresses made
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Unless have stylish, well-fitting comfortable shoe.We .
opening featiire of the week the ribbon awards you a
Wednesday night
fabrics and featuring intensively the latest styles from the most modest -
l will be the fashion show, which will beheld
will be given the prize winners in this
hare specially stocked for DRESS UP WEEK tae of men's,
: to the extreme. Dresses for all occasions, outdoor sports, receptions at the Tampa ,Bay Casino Mon contest. Thursday evening the merchants a
r. ,, parties, afternoon gowns, banging robes, silk' jerseys. waists, day evening. April 2, at 8:15 o'clock will'hold "open house" at their wOlDe.'. and children's ......'thaI. represent intensively'the most correct .
+\ skirts and ipting co.... la addition to oar most complete ready-to This will be absolutely free to everyone various stores and the public is cor- 'and latest conceptions in the art of,FINE FOOTERY.The .
>!" wear stock we.carry a most comprehensive stock of dress materials and and music will be furnished byH'idt'l dially invited to visit them and partakeof
:;,, dry gods.j Orchestra. A large number of ,the good cheer offered. Friday will stock is too large and comprehensive to permit of detailed description
I society women and others are expectedto
'Trade Home" and the
J : Oar.story is .. Seventh Avenue, as you enter the city from the take part in the display of new hats I be will at tell in their day.advertising merchants def.- here. We ask, however, that yon caD lat oar store and examine
t east ,Stop and examine our stock, get oar prices and you will readily and gowns. The opening number will inite reasons why it is to the advantageof oar holdings. Let as properly fit your foot, and give yon oar prices.
.f appreciate the fact that w. are the leaders in style, selection ,sad be, a tableaux. ,As the program has the Tampa public to'do its,trading
I been arranged in the same manner as in this city. That evening there, will
in the case of a regular dramatic at be band concerts at various points. WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN STYLE: ,, FIT AND ,PRICE.
.p 'i price.Steinberg's traction those attending are asked to Saturday. April '7. will close "Dress
: be on hand promptly at 8:15: o'clock Up Week." On that day the public .
1' and remain seated until the performance will- be given an opportunity to make .Blumberg'Bros.
,? Values" closes. purchases of the splendid stock of
The Store of Better
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expected to goods of Tampa merchants advertised
;/ i; 1611 SEVENTH AVENUE, YBOR CITY, prove highly educational, giving the earlier in the week and thus be fully SMART FOOTWEAR
I.{ .oJ r TAMPA, FLORIDA: spectators an intimate,idea of the fitted out for ,Easter Sunday. April 8. 504 FRANKLIN STREET I TAMPA, FLORIDA

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I(, 3 Dress. 'Up 'Week and Easter, Sunday MOORE It's ',The VogueTo French ShopThe 'i:

i4 h a Arc coming sorely. w. ask for your clothes buying'now-it gives . '
: 5 both of as plenty of time to get acquainted with aew Hart Schaffner. 711 Franklin StreetMillinery : "Dress*, Up" during Most Stringent Demaas of ,
*,Man Spring Clothes. The models include the famous Varsity Fifty- Dress Up Week Madam.". ,Fashion .in Ladies' .Tog- "
i I'G, !l'. Five-sad.Seven-Eleven Piada-b.ckstyl. AD classy and distindve- j ger This,lesson "Swing' ," "Snap," '
mad' up in fine',ALL-WOOL Materials-oar"standard always. Prices, JT Especially for the,benefit of oarOutofTown : "Individual Effects" Wonderful
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,t. Dixie Weaves, Serges, Crashes;-two and three-piece'garments-$15, ; Trade, .we have for Color Schemes-and ALL of these
$25, $30. will be found in the High-Class
IIS, $20, '
:" 5i\ this week secured an exceptionallyfine Line of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear t p
,: u,..riy Palm Beaches, Cool Clothe., $7.30, $8.50, $10.00; Pattern Hats Formerly Priced' At line, 'of Fatten, .Hats of the that is featured in :

: and$12.50.; .. very latest creations, also an exclusive THE FRENCH SHOP ,
y BOYS' CLOTHING as complete a stock as the men's. Prices in.Lns $10.OO, $12.00, $14.00, $16.00 toe ,of beautiful! new come Come to Tampa see as for FIRST the when Dress yon Up

: Reduced to'.One-HalfPrice, shapes>> that will be trimmed to Week Shopping. 1/ sr,

Flortheim and ,W.: B. Shoe.,,.4.50 la$ .50. suit the purchaser. TheFrench ,

.t 3 HATS of aB .....aaLI..aad:fashionable shapes and.Materials., ,$5.00, $6.00. ,, $7.00 and $8.00.. Price attractive,


: df Wolf Bros. ,,' MODELS FROM The Vogue. 316 TWIGGS Shop

Fisk Maison Maurice Regina ZACk- Opposite, Postoffice and ,Hfflsbon
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4 THAT YOU OWE YOURSELF NOW DURING DRESS UP WEEK. YenH want t. Drew Up this Spring and yonTl want your new ,

Y THE 'MERCHANTS' suit to measure ap to the MUM'S style I .danla. Suits that you'll Every week is dress ap week with a* We pride ear '

OF TAMPA ARE GOING TO SHOW-ALL THE surely like, sits that will drew you up beat,, art here by tie score in selves apon keeping pace with fathion'sVlemands la every

ti LATE STYLES AND every conceivable color and effect. All .. thing for the ladies.
CREATIONS patten faultlessly correct for
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THEIR PROSPECTIVE LINES. Our stock just at tkis time is exceptionally attractive
YOU WILL Spring 1917. with be..tifuapriar and summer dresses, skirts, suits, silk
HAVE A CHANCE TO GET YOUR EASTER' AND Yea cam bay-your Spring Suit Ready Made, or we will be glad i to jerseys, dress goods, etc.

.. SPRING SHOES AT ; mail you samples and snake your Suit Write or wire 'as and our representative .. Our Mea's Clothing Departmeat Is exceptionally at
LOWER PRICES AND KNOW THAT YOU ARE will call with, a fall line of Tailoring. ,, ;. ,;',',,' tractive. We especially wink to aaaoaace the opening of a
,* new department our' 59-50
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Bargain Departmeat wkere
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GETTING '
.. THE LATEST STYLES AND FIT, AT.J i REMEMBER WE SELL EVERYTHING .' \ ; will offer the most wondrous bargains, drummers' samples,

MEN WEAR. discontinued: lines, mill ads. ..d a great,variety of hlgk-
I class merchandise at prices that have rust before: bee*
For.".Dres Up Week mail us your order. thought of.. ,,

; Come see as Dress Up Week and .see for yourself the
?. advantages of shopping at this store. '

.J, Fitz. herald-Pomar. : Shoe C oh I TREHUB ,

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PANAMA "HATS: GREAT DRESS UP ,. DRESS UP WEEK" DISPLAY ATCracowaner's

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,:..,.: I am the.Panama Hat Man, import all my Hats direct, positivelyguaranteeing WEEK :

them to 'be genuine. I block these hats to any shape and ..5 .5.
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L Ing Panama Hats.. All work executed promptly and satisfactorily. t Under the Auspices of the Tampa Reta'ilMerchants :&'Jai1'lIore has made every reasonable effort to. assemble a complete

o ., .. beautiful and strictly up-to-tke-mint. stock of merchandise for S
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B. sure to bring Panama Hat in and have AssociationWeek
your it,cleaned and
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blocked while you are in the city.. We can give it new shape and make .. March '
I Beginning, .31st, - and prettiest,values: Every department has been'well provided for
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it look fike new.' --.--- r by our careful, value-knowing buyers, and it is with a spirit of pride .
I I Never' before in the 'history' of the plans for several( months have .
While in the city Dress Up .Week, visit my Panama. Hat Store at T.mp..ave. our merchants in nil also each individual member as of the and satisfaction that we invite you, to come and see these asusdal offerings

'. 1508 Seventh Avenue. and purchase a genuine Panama Hat that, will lines of business made' such com Association. Every merchant when daring S
plate and careful preparations, as they placing their orders for Spring and ,
f' last you! for years.Ramon.. have this spring for the meeting of the Summer Merchandise had this week i in Dress Up Week,'. March 31 t,to April 7th.

,. demands that will be made upon themu mind fully realizing that 'the public
Y. ,- ..,. : the Shopping Center of South
< would be! expecting them to make good
Y Florida. The importance of Tampa and maintain the reputation that hac Cracowaner'sTAMPA '
Sierra & Son. as the shopping .center of South Flor- been established. : ,
ids has been rrowins'r.pidly for several During this week every merchan
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1.C., yearn: Year after year the demand --. will have extraordinary and specia HALF BLOCK STORE c:
1508 SEV NTH AVE. YBOR CITY
.. TAMPA upon them for metropolitanstyles window displays, every attention wil I
1 and merchandise have become be II *: it's s i II FLORIDAUp :
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THE CROWNING GLORY TO'A.WOMAN'S COSTUME ISA have in the )'e.ra'put been sending to take care of the shoppers and visitors "\'G 11.. -4'LW I :Wi"JI.J',. IsAW.1IY r.I. :'. ,
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I...!.,.' q' M5Fa> ;.\" ' r money to northern shop- to our city.. The many places o: \ 1.'I''r'12k ' t / r
: "\Beautiful ps and '>Becoming Hat ping center because their home towns amusementt will have on special features r.;(Attend'the 9Dress J
did not carry the merchandise thatthey the moving picture shows will al I !.A
'<' This fact, coupled with the desired have learned in the last exert themselves for the,visitors the Do Your Easter Shopping, I .
.' few years that the Tampa merchants transportation companies will not be t ,
DRE SS UP, WEEK, ,. .keep right abreast the' fashions and found wanting in good service. The Visit Davis Shoe Co. Store
are well able to fill t"e'wantl of theSouth schedules of the trains and boats ,
Idea, naturally are v
": suggests immediatelyBESSIE >: ,Florida'Ihopper.. aj+ satisfaetory such that you can come to Tampa, do .
,, GALlllE \ as do, the northern' store, and at your shopping and return home the THERE'ARE THREE GOOD THINGS TO DO NEXT WEEK.,.
\' prices that are just as reasonable, not same day if you do not care to stay '
TAMPA'S MOST EXCLUSIVE INTENSIVELY to mention the additional satisfactionof over night., 'THIS STORE HAS ANTICIPATEED[ THE GREAT DEMAND'THAT
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S, seeing the goods before paying;their Monday will be the' real opening
: .f ARTISTIC MILLINER.! WILL BE MADE UPON THEM FOR FINE' SHOES
good money for it. day, with a Spring Fashion Show a t DURING'THIS i

A(, Daily receipts of the latest creation (Fifth Avenue; i hi constant touch This growth of popularity of Tampa the Tampa Bay Casino with living WEEK .AND HAVE STOCKED A BIGGER AND BETTER'"ASSORT. ,
l .with the Great Millinery Artists of that Fula o.-Makiar Section, keeps as a shopping center and the models showing all the most stunning
ontinua: ) betterment of the stores and styles and fabrics in Woman's Wear. MENT THAN EVER BEFORE. SHOES THAT
this ahead of the .in ABSOLUTELY MEET
iJ.' store average what, is just the right, thing i.f inMillinery. stock has made of Tampa what she i is Tuesday will be the'day for review ,

today, the Mecca.of the South Florida ing the windows. Wednesday will be THE DEMANDS OF FASHION AND CARRY THE MAXIMUM

Be sore and call at this J store 'before making die purchase 'of'YHl"' shoppers.: Take such' stores as are the awarding of the ribbons to the winners
REASONABLE'
'' represented on these two pages. Cometo of the.window display contest. VALUE AT PRICES., '
1.X:, | Easter,BonnetBESSIE 5 5 5 Tampa this' next week and vi.itth t Thursday evening open house of .11

m... examine carefully their stocks., the stores and free, open'air concerts '
GALLIE get their prices 'and you' will readily on' the streets and band playing i in Davis Shoe Co.
understand why'T.mp.. has her repu (front of each store in turn. .,
t TAMPA FLA. tation. 'r Friday will be a special Buy A t
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The Merchants Association. under Home demonstration and -Saturday 517 FRANKLIN STREET'
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Opposite Pestoffice whose auspice this Press Up Week i is the closing of the week with.a Gre.tEuter TAMPA u .u s: II II:, FLORIDA

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f }'" Every Section, of the Country ..Broda's': $2.00 Hats :DRESS ," UP" .',, 'r


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, IS LOOKING AT THE RAPID DEVELOPMENT OF SOUTH FLORIDA That's the FIRST and I LAST'' word .in Hats.' S The Spirit.of Spring is impressed. in the 'tone -


t i.j. WITH WONDER AND .ARE COMING BY THE THOUSANDS i TO 5 5 :BRODA'S,' 2.00 DRESS UP

+v." SHARE. IN. THIS. DEVELOPMENT AND PROSPERITY.. .TAMPA IS After yon'get the Hat then we would )be pleased.to show you the. : \ x

THE COMMERCIAL CAPITAL OF THIS WONDERFUL SECTION. ..smartest fine of Me.'. Haberdashery, and our Tin'ere Just come to this store and see the wonderfnl styles: developed for

1'/ ,., HENRY: GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. IS ;THE LARGEST AND BEST I are fraternal ties, and. 'friendship ties, Spring' and 'Summer I by>> the master. minds. of fashion. It's a simple thing

: EQUIPPED MEN'S STORE IN THE CITYi. IF OUR'HOME And famirr ties of birth, -% to "Dress Up" this Spring. W. have the correct dotke.to, it your
TOWN .
: :But the beautiful ties we advertise I ;
i I' parse, Person and personality. '
.; CANT,FURNISH YOU WRITE US. WE WILL SEND IT,PARCEL Are the greatest ties on earth. o ;
,j. A Extraordinary: preparations hav. .been made. I by>> this.star'in the
wonderful line of Shirts LSO
POSTPAID. :MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED. at $ $1.75 and $2.00, in the I.teat.mp.tte
.I I'" 'w'.. ,' , ,... In silk,'_5.00. $6.50. I stocking 'np 'of the latest 'in MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, Hats .. y

t, : .' .. Then again, about those Hats. Here you will'find fashion's latest Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, Underwear, Collars, P.I.....
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, demands In all the novelty and staple straws.and shapes. '. :. Our appeal. n.r your, patronage is "BETTER: VALUES.. y
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.' Cattle Raising Changing; to More WAKE UP AND STOP TICK'S RAID ,


Scientific Methods in the State Letters t From Our Readers r .


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.. ,(Times-Union)1 der to me 'why others don't do it, but .. . V 'L:
It Is not wonder to me why I don'tdo
In Florida any

"There la taking now
but ; place the less surely, it. Iam vitally interested in farm KISSIMMEE good season's catch, our game hunters n1a ". ._
quietly, none '
of the changes and developments problems and delight in working them have made a splendid record and tak l
one greatest honorabU of
In a few days our body
else but I do not
of modern times. I am out through someone ing all thing combined We have
live farm for the same reason legislators will assemble to increase
the old on a
referring to the change from of naught to fear in, the times denomInated
haphazard of raising cattle and that thousands upon thousands our perplexities over the law, and
way do It is because I hvae hard, especially! when we
method others not. recog.
M hogs to the efficiently scientific there are so manyihings suggested by
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1'' where the best brains and experience not Vet bocome reconciled to that partof people who have jJll kinds of Ideas nize the fact that the principal call Jpy// i 4

in the United States are becoming the world God made. I want to be about what should be lawful that we comes from the hands in your pocket .

-engaged in this business in Florida in the man-made city. I dread solitude need not be surprised, at' the numberof brigade The output ot'the Beason'astrawberry r.P f o
and, like so many others, who refuse Yf A / i ZJ4p
advertising +
said Allen Maull, general laws passed for instance when a has certainly been
i admit it afraid of own crop r> +
of the to am my civil 'docket I
development is called from the '
and agen
: individualistic case up flattering, hundreds of crates of these "
a Atlantic Coast Line1, who was. in company. But for the highly I both plaintiff and defendant believe berries have been raised in the city. /
the who can p
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man, l
.Jacksonville yesterday themselves to be on the right side
We hear somany complaints from
) stand the solitude 'of country life,
"There must be some potent reason and ''the jury which renders a verdict
other cities about the' high price of
for this," continued Mr. Maul! "andI whether from the city or'small town, iq I found fault with let' their verdictbe
? goods that in with' those of
company
I believe the only reason'for it is that the agricultural advantages .Florida as1 it may. We fault our legislators ,,
home merchants we find the Iat
our f
; cattle raisers of the middle are legion, and I believe that the man of bills but
the hog and health intelligence and, for the number passed, we ten so much lower that we would indeed r_ .
west have recently found that possessing don't'think how inconsistent we are if be grevious fault finders did we IW
i these animals can be raised and marketed nome money can go direct to a Florida we, hvae to go into court with a case accuse our merchants of extortion.

?, ''cheaper; here than in other sec farm, and make a success of his un and what the code would be if all our Reports from Whittier, Peghorn Ke- ,..w

tions. Otherwise, men would not be dertaking. Of course, there are other ideas could find place therein. The nansville and Bassinger indicate ;

engaging' in the live stock business requisites, 'but outside of openrmind-' question was asked\ Rex recently if the greater activity than has ever before

W here. Within the past two years edness the ones I have mentioned are Democratic ,rooster was dead. We replied been known in these localities and we 1 1 + .r T 4iA
has been 250,000acre d of the most necessary ones. If could have r
J' there over decidedly not. you
business have every reason,to( believe that Os-
"Farming la not a mysterious
'' cAttle
'land fenced and stocked with heard his wings flap just.before crow-
; ceola will of
Line in Florida ; on the contrary, it is one of the enloy a season\) prosper
,
along the Atlantic Coast ing over the victory of the lion Joe the hitherto
ity during present year
fields for
broadest and most promising
and we have had more inquiries and sc> how his wings have, grown unknown. If reports be true 'we are
the absorbing of human brains and
from people in all parts of the United an dhear the increased shrillness of to have a new merchant in our community 1
States this past winter with referenceto energy. his voice since the great victory, you'd
lIectlon Sellers Thompson is about to .,
"The ambitious man of ,
business and the advantages any much alive. It had
this think) him very a purchase the stock now owned by Mr. +
of the coming into Florida )
offered in Florida country also when the
and possibilities gleeful tohe gallant
.
Alford Burbette street The latter '
today has the vast of others on A' (NGI.' .
than in any three previou years. experience Company B returned,jtome. w
gentleman is going abroad. The store ,
and the result
"There is reason; in fact, there are prac- Our farmers are striving to solve r
house is in and if
a good locality
seyeral reasons for this. First, Florida tices to guide him as a farmer. Many the cost, living problem by awakened .'
high ol owner
I of the most serious failures in this Thompson can conduct the business as The artist has depicted in this cartoon tho JI'lorlda'caltle '
is naturally an agricultural state; planting food crops; many of them well as its present owner is doing, we eradication to a realization that the
second the growth ,of staple is state which have been made has been numbersof by the'alarm clock cf agitation for tick
crops are preparing'to pen large
that he will meet with the :
diversification and due to a lack of understanding of the predict ,is' itself from the profits derived from the 'cattle n
third it is expected that thecotu cattle tick engorging
cattle and
''i, necessary rotation of; crops is most, desirable'fourth ; best philosophy and an application of_ potato.,, ri".andcane,, ,.crop! will 'same- success. St.- ;: Cloud ..- Industry.: ...........,. .. .... ,.,-_. .", d'_ ,,,,,, ;,....,-,, .. ,. ..: "ft'
the-accepted "principies-of agricultureand
stock'is tot
,'the-ralstng'oflive reach "a" magniture neverbefore
'Rex has been called to St.
the first importance in diversified agriculture a, refusal to acknowledge the results known in the country. We have the suddenly v j ;
Cloud and the Call immediatehe corporation which has three'r
as was In the private
of scientific research and experience. Florida wan the last state I
; fifth, the raising of improved land and the hands and can see no will the finishing touches vats will permit the use of them by "
put on
H'lFire
catle tick quarantined area to
live stock is an absolute necessity reason why this should not be the fever "
1, l to general farm nil'. Therefore,1.1 "There is another philosophical fact case. Very many of our :city truck this article at this beautiful little city. take up systematic tick eradication the public. "t,. '
with reference to the city man and We are at present domiciled with our Telegraphed for Cement. 'I
have to the conclusion that while likewise in the I
come engaged of
growers are frlned.L; B. Drawdy .nd'1.mllv. We1ettKls.lmmH work> but the sentiment In favor .
the.farm-which "
impresses me strong experiences In
these I have-mentioned' are Similar are common
reasons business.
same .tat'wlde-: : .tlckeradl.callon .
i obvious to Floridians they have not ly. He,. as a.worker". among many Our sheriff Is said to have twenty on the Sugar-Belt compulsory other progressive counties After the rt '

tl' heretofore been patent to the business thousands, has long' been Impressedwith acres in Irish potatoes. Ross Groves 7:07: a. m. and arrived bt St. Cloud at bas become so wide spread that officials In Lake county 'became fully'

man and farmer of the nrothern the truth that one man's experi likewise has a considerable,field of the 7:30: a. m. The journey was uneventful. a large number of private dipping vats awake to the Importance of getting

: states where live stock cannot be rais. ence alone is of little value. He is, generally same and on every side gardens are ina Mr, Joe Ctatten boarded us at are being built by cattle owners who rid of the ticks, they could not wait

ed at,the lost cost as in Florida. on the, lookout to see others do flourishing condition; and if old hard Peghorn. We had only been absent prefer to go to that expense. rather long enough far niateflal ordered by
and that is of the' most from the city one week, but many fr Car load
judicious advertising and a things one bruised to remain tick mall but telegraphed a-
Through their stock
times don't get pretty badly than permit
essential observable. Corn....and
class in qualities that'go to makeup changes were of cement. Time means money when ,
constant appeal to this mistaken.The .
this summer we're badly Infested for a few months while waitingfor
the successful agriculturist. garden plants had attained'wonderfulgrowth Die ticks are sucking large quantities
northern states they have been
brought to a realization that Florida "Investigation has been made in all fire that occurred the during the early of in the time, and, banana plantshad the public vats which will be built of blood every" day from the thouH'nd& t
of the week at residence
conditions favorable parts of the country to learn'who are part put on a fresh growth' that seem- by the various counties as soon as of cattle in that county. ,
4 has the right kind of Davis threatened to be .
for the production of cattle the most successful farmers and why. George caused something ed incredible, especially where they they get the work organized, Beef cattle form the bulk of the '

', fa at These inquiries ,have invariably shown serious. It was by soot had been cut off close to the ground. R. W. Storrs, state live stock inspector cattle business In Florida" and a studyof
and a
hogs o superior quality Te of
from the stove pipe. repairing the thefollowing the U; S. Department of Agricul ,
minimum cost. that the best farmers.are progressivemen. exceed The Business appeared prosperous, In Walton county, reports C
house will
the not $20. '
.l who intelligent general health of the community all "Two delegations 'of plain ture's report on estimated farm values,
that I
"What' impresses me most is the By mean men are : r
: general health of our city appears to cf December 15, 1916, shows that 11
and all as
and in their in that could be desired as before the county
aggressive appeared
:fact that so many men who are purchasing be good. A few colds such as the farmers Florida cattle are not keeping< up
big tracts of land throughout I telligence. I They are doctors' mer- for things are working together for good commissioners' at a recent meetingand
iti present month is famous seems to In the procession! of advancing prices. ,
Coast in Florida to' chants, clerks and others. there is no complaint heard in the that is the word
Atlantic territory I.wyersi be' about all the afflicted ones com begged- proper On that date Florida cattle were n a
*' be used as stock farms, very few,, of The men usually makesa plain of; Our people fully recognizing Wonder City. Our people are some- '-that dipping vats already provided quoted at $6.60 per 100 pounds live ;

H them are farmers in the accepted succesful farmer, because, as a rule, the efforts made by ye editor to place what excited over the war prospects. tor In other communities be changed weight which was a gain of 50 cent 1''

"+, sense of the word but are for the most he applies to farming that systematic the Gazette among the leading journals They consider that Germany' has to their neighborhoods that they per 100 pounds during the year, but

part successful business. .. men. of this orderly intelligence which made him a 'of the day and the patronage of adopted enthusiastic a suicidal the'course and we of are might get the benefits of the vats. All lie average gain tor the United "
and other suites. success in his profession. He approaches show their' over prospect our States amounted to 81 cents 10O( "
our citizens appreciationof bo. ted at per '
of these men a year ago
the St.
"Every sailor, they say, has two the farm problems with an your effort in boosting our city. We country provnlg fact., Cloud'swater the ,Idea of dipping for tick eradica pounds, so Florida's tick Infested cat \'j}
ambitions to rids horseback and own open mind; unhampered by untrue and works are progressing radidly, ,. In the '
; find none of that idle, foolish boasting 'flan I tie really are losing ground cenI -, :4
a farm., And :why not? Men in every fallacious traditions and'customs, which characterizes reports from most pipes have been laid through most of oral advance of live meat prices, and : i"
?
p, vocation own farms, so why not the studies it from all sides and seeks of our leading Journals and we cannot the streets and the belief is that ere "Three men have borrowed; money I the figures showed that they were "t

t .sailor And wh ynot the man who advice'. from thoe competent to render but honor the editor who /gives us the many weeks are past qur people'will from a local bank to build vats for $1.06 behind the general' average farm; "

was born, and bred in this city The it. truth, the whole truth and nothingbut have an abundance for use. Tourists public use. Two others will build price. At the same lime Florida cat- '

city man, if he has health and intelligence "I have no hesitation' in saying," the truth. Easter Sunday comes very many of them still remain with vats and allow the public to use them tie prices' were $1.60 per 100 pound flower ..

can succeed as easily on the concluded Mr. Maull, "that the character early this it being the first Sunday us. Some have purchased propertyand free,' the county to reimburse all of than those for F j

farm as the man who'was born on it. of man I have described, applying after year the ,moon that fulls after are here to stay. The.majority, the builders next yearIf a levy Is omlng and Colorado, great tick. free, ,-

r "It has always been a source of the principles and methods just the 21st fo March will .cause it to however'will return north. The' mistaken evade for vat construction.. Anotherfrom open range states., k' (A r,

wonder to me why more of them, espedally -| mentioned, and who will always keep come on the 8th of ApriL We used to idea seems to exist among manyof ;1
clerk 'and mechanics with a before him the basic idea of the farm our friends from the norththat our :
think after we Easter we would have the deer to the ricebird. Our I'm glad I came here., That's all.
but the
little intelligence and money do not -that of a home 'and business in settled weather. summers are very warm, very 'I
buy farm and be their own Loss on, combln.tlon-will never fail 'on the Mr. Jos. Smith who to this nature of the situation would dispute I lakes. .rivers and creeks teem with REX. t.,
came
their own place At least, it's a won- Florida farm he intends to buy." this. We being located on the peninsula fish. Our unsettled land furnish

". ., '________ ____ __Hnnnnp'p', " ., city suffering from a severe strokeof of Florida with the Gulf of Mex- ranges winter and summer for thousands Seed-grafted avocados often bear ,
1. "" paralysis i* now able to move ico on the south and west and the Atlantic of cattle, sheep and.'hogs. Gar. second year; three varieties; stand ?,r

about with, the aid of a crutch. Dr. on the east creates cool breezesin den vegetables from January to January more cold than oranges. Write .J. B.

.,, BUILD PERMANENT ROADS Hyatt ha been his physician and has the heat of summer that moderates and numerous other advantagesin Beach, West Palm Beach, for free

;. I ,,I'' ., done all that an expert could have the temperature.,,:;,.Our crops mature the way of artesian wells are calculated booklet. ....., .WfcastJfifiailBiBtA i: \ "' ,', '', 7tf
'J" I T, done to alleviate his sufferings. Our quickly and a second can, be'' made on to render this the finest country {/

(ByF.; O. Miller, Road Commissioner!>> ,, been relaid? How many times has professional fishermen have had a the same land. Game is abundant on the Globe. Good 'old Florida, Insurance See .A. E. Drought.

State at Large) the shell road been rebuilt? r '

You would not build a mighty wall ,\\l believe that the shell road up to to Florida. There is every assurance

to retain the peaceful waters 'of aj date patched and r built many times that canker can be eradicated if the -- .. .

1 ,. mall branch, but if your purpose was has cost the county three times as present campaign Is carried to a con- f

to hold back the dashing waves of the much as the brick. It has been ten clusion. It would have been discon- 4 J
r ,,' tinued ere this for lack of funds if 1+ snr'' .
sea, nothing less than reinforced concrete times more troublesome'to the various the last federal appropriation of i nulKll ;

4 j\ would suffice. boards of commissioners who have $180,000 had not become available on .

: You would not purchase light handled it, it has been blocked off ten March 5th.Whether. r
: weight flimsy cloth for a hunting suit or not the eradication
times a* much and although it is today
and then attempt to maintain it patch
wrok can be continued after June 30this
better-than it has been be-
'; patch. No would buy heavy ever
upon you
\
now up to the legislatures of the
a ; fore all know that It is "
we only a CEREAL'Here's :
duck suitable' to the servcie "
or canvas affected states. Some of these already ,
... .
question of a short time before the old "
expected of it. Thu would avoid ,
you '
have favorable
taken action and I
,not only the cost of maintenance of shell 'road to the beach will loom up '
that of Florida will be thenext one ,
i with all of Ita'old troubles.
being laid up for repairs and the unsightly to have the matter presented to it. .
The
brick road is somewhatunevenI
of patched work. '
appearance
The federal has indicatedit
admit, but the brick are still there, government
t The sam applies to roads.: "One
is Understood, that an appropriation
they have not been blown with
ounce of prevention is worth a pound away
-
of $150,000 by the state will be made
the wind to furniture and
i; of cure." There was a time In Florida spoil your a condition of the expenditure in
clothes and I informed
your am by
when the temporary or cheap road
Florida of an equal or greater sum
that be
good
authority they can now
was' necessary, because, sentiment at I
from the $250,000 that will be av.Uable
.y that time was not aroused up to the! relaid under the Imprpved method after June 30th.
with cement grouting at a cost of 20c
iota tof furnishing money for permanent
There can be little1 doubt regarding
per yard including labor. This is only
roads, because travel of'that ,
favorable action by the Florida legis-
12 cent. of their -
original cost
per
,lime! was infinitesmal compared to
lature. The citrus -industry is of
ravel of today, because we lacked experience after seven years service Is this not one
the most miportant in the state, prob- One
compared to the shell?
economy
y' we lacked system, we lacked ,
ably the largest one active at this
I merely give this illustration. I ,
organization. But today there is noexcuse you time. Conservative figures show that ,
do not want to be understood as advo-
for the cheap or temporary ,
the total value of the citrus groves in -
tread. .Today sentiment is aroused! and cating brick in preference to other
i .will furnish the money.tor permanent high class road materials. I want to Florida are worth at least $250,000- table drink I
,(pads.t ., emphasize-the 'need,- of- permanent 000, and that they bring income into the state that 1-
annual of
t an average about .
Today the travel both tourist-and roads, whether they be of brick, asphalt $25,000,000..

commercial greater than ever in theworld' or concrete. Economy lies In It is inconceivable th.t'a menace to kiddies as well as
the building of permanent roads. ThisIs :
history, and its rapid increase the existence of such an' industry
.r Is beyond our conception. positively the surest way to cut should be allowed to continue'

Today there is experience, there is down the cost of road maintenance. when industry a few hundred thousand dollars I the older ones. can

system, there is organization.Bnilj will complete the extermination. ,
THE STATE LEGISLATURE
permanent roads and you of canker and the federal governmentstands
Y lhave almost eUminated the cost of SHOULD AID ready to put up more than half safely enjoy :
.' maintenance. /
the in addition to the three-
money
A* an illustration, the road from On the closing day of the last Con quarters of a million dollars it' already -

t !Jacksonville. to the sea was started in gress there was enacted legislation of has expended in the work.' .

1807 and practically completed in' the greatest importance to Florida, It is reported that there has been'a

1910.' At; that time not much was, concerning ,which there seems to bea careful: inquiry made' into the question

known about the construction of brickor lack of information throughout the of the amount, of taxes paid by +,1 er +

concrete roads ;yet part of that 17 state. the citrus industry of Florida. The INSTANT POSTUM 1

miles was laid in, brick .;t a cost cf This legislation appropriated $430- figures gathered in this investfgation

$1.68 per yard'part in concrete at 83c 000 tor the eradication of citrus can- show that there are between 800,000

per yard and part in shell at approximately ker; $180,000 of the sum was immediately and 350,000 acres of groves' and that 'rwne

: 60c per yard. available and will be spent during the average amount collected in taxes '

t You, gentlemen, who have been usIng the remainder of the fiscal year, from these for state and county,purposes -

J that road for the past eight yearn, or before June 80th; $250,000 will be runs between $8 and $10'per ( NO CAFFEINE ) w

.. ask yourselves the question, which has available only when the"State legislatures acre.-Florida Metropolis. .' ,
,
been the most economical road to the in the citrus belt have made corresponding -

county of DuvalT Which road has ,appropriation. The "Tallahassee Daily, Democrat "There's ?

been blocked off least for, repair.'? Florida and the other states.. in will be sent to any address for the en. a w

Which road has cost least for tires which the citrus belt threatened by tire session of. the 1917 legislature for ; ,

and new' garments Which road has canker were fortunately particularly only One.Dollar. It will be the most

been the most sanitary. ,' the most' In the passage by congress of the appropriation important session In year ,Keep. up Reason"f

healthful bill carrying these with it* doings. Address .
.; I am firmly convinced that the road amounts, in view of the fact that so THE DAILY DEMOCRAT

\ has been maintained 'shell merely many important :measure failed .to Tallabessee,. Fla.
waiting for the ftbne'When' ,money get htroTigh.
.. \
.- would be available for the more per The ,federal government already Job printing! of many kinds':i* done, :
snanentmaterials, and:these figures had spent $585,000 In the work of elt.MI.cafter .
and done at. the office of the
will substantiate that. well
thought, figure eradication, by far the

'Sot yourself Has tit brick.road ever'p4. I.reefjpari'' which has been devoted Valley Gazette. ,

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.. ,THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE.FRIDAY; MARCH 30, ':1917 .a. '"" '. SEVCTTr

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iDlDl :! PERUNA in Your HomeA


Buckeye ;,,1. A home garden for ever "family housewife must'give the first aid in colds, coughs and
Citrus
Big
-: Trees i oRMAr on the farm. From one-tenth to one- other ailments. Her promptness In applying the remedY' often

i o fourth of an acre, well located, well.. saves a serious Illness. filer experience with remedies has led

Will Save Planters a Year II ,' 4. tilted arid''' tended at carefully a* any i her to know that PERUNA is always reliable, that she should '

E3 GROVE other on the farm planted in have it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs: and
crop rotation -
E'i Buckeye Nurseries have In colds and that it Is always t6
stock for Immltdiate
E men( thousands of tine ship.z GARDEN & to time the vegetable crops aoa
citrus FIELD.
'! These will fruit at 'least tree/ In the larger alzel. B to have a continuous' supply for ....GoorteP....herThe ,
a
year earlier than tree. of ...w....&..... FamilySafeguard.
ordinary Ilze. QUESTIONS ANSWERED the table
For this family as days in the
IMMEDIATELY
1 aT iy
F 1 "it.even at somewhat greater brat cost HI Man N MAIL year as possible. To this should be ,- rm vW:naaMMdP*>
M.G.
PRANGII. Def Mon: dr
E'il Where trees must be added one-fourth of an -acre of potatoes .M Wale our family
.. i5 WILSON TOOMEJL FERTILIlMLCotUMNtFu far Dumber of
Important to pl ant the arpgeesizesssovthe doubly either Irish' or sweet or both, to T : .
1 may catch' Up the! older new treel == FLA. be Used as food for the family. An frond II a perfect
T1111 oneslt
; wait until H tallabla"
i .next season you acre of sorghum or sugar cane shouldbe :
replace mi'sine trees In your grove H It anon fir. The experience of one ,,
-= % you will lose produced supply the family with tan of '
S a year's time. Trees miyi' be H!!!!! Potato Trouble .yrup' if means can be found Sot oiaoeda and pro, woman given herewith, is
safely planted .
up to April 15th. S venta .ertm s typical of thousands 4fiI'C. h
7' kind grinding the) 'cane and making the of letters
My potatoes are showing some f '
; Leading Varieties .& .
r that
mta reach
the
i healthy 'Stock 1 of trouble that' I believe ''is tip burn.A syrup. w aa Peruna
Produce enough corn on each farmto Company from
I uBorad grateful
i l; Order Now or Yon May be Too LateTha f| leaf or branch wilts and finally dies last the family and the livestock ssou0 many' men. friends who have found their 4tK

{, .BQck.,.. lock' of' SB but at no time is the whole plant af with;certainty for one year, with a tat tad 1..v.taks.Psruaatb.dropplatl.m eel bm..ei. until raoratly.y homes Incomplete .
t tr... la .. larr e =2 fected. The stalks seem to t>e heal little excess for safety. > throat baa dl.roeilmtsdl.a4 my haad and poaa .
i, ... and their
varIale.-.Valenti. nt I
Tour favorite l 8. Produce sufficient oats and other so morning mmplaaiad
i-- E I have with Bordeaux .
thy. sprayed with tb
Lata and Lu. aim raaulu.and.ball"oonlinua laUM family safety In
/' ifnd Jnaian Late tone orana. =- small grain to supplement the corn as II until I nm emirelf rM of catarrh.
,r--}; F HrapalrulL and Wallara |;= mixture. I food for one year with certainty, remembering M 1 haartUr.....iMorammd. It ai.D.boMMdrnedlcllM." danger without
What it So b1t
b. Answer: It is very difficult to distinguish : that these small grains U ready to do for you. PERUNA.
.
1. Orders ara flUng: \i. and HI between burn and conserve th soil in winter and
I1a our "upply cannot laat = tip sun provide Colds and Catarrh
;, r, y. f, ,y Indeflnltoly.: To make aura of aat> == scald. Sun scald is caused by spray some grazing for livestock. ,
1.l tine Buckay. treaa thin/ aprlna == 4. Produce the hay and forage '
,. Pino* your order I r== ing during bright sunshine. Tip burnis crops The great weight of testimony that has accumu
.I trea and prlcea on appllcitlou = brought on by anything which tendsto necessary for to supply the livestock on lated In the 44 years that PERUNA has been on the
lower the water content of the the farm one year, with a little'ex. market
proves it beyond question to be the reliable family remedy
Buckeye Nurseries 1 plant extremely dry weather, lack of cess for safety, not forgetting the legumes ever ready to take preventing the serious effects of colds F
cultivation etc' It is also induced by which add fertility to the soil coughs, grip and derangements of the digestive organs, tbl j, s
t f .t.., )t. Eo bm." I>.O.Gill." g the weakening of the leaves from the and produce the best hay proof Is published. from time to time and many tamales have f

Citizen Bank Bide. Tampa Fl ._ attack of other troubles. Well-spray 5. Produce the necessary meat, eggs profited by It. O
9 y *. = and milk for the family. The meat -... ......
o ed.plants are less likely to have tip 'ElUIIA W4 km tw w. .wlmm erg: r
u ;.
..
ii2 burn than those that are not should be produced by increased attention I7. s.d hotIIW___MM.. ... .
.t .
5 .. !'r .llllllllll11111IpIIIIIIIInglgllltlllf111111INIIININNIINN11( //!! / / IIIIIINIiiNIIIIIIINlIU1i! ! ( The trouble! generally shows sprayed.first by to poultry'and hogs because of Th. P...._Cocnpaar. Colu....... OUfarcatarrk.

the tips and margins of the leaves produced. Every family should have .. .. r
W. H. BROKAW 'Salesman" '* turning1' ""yellow; "the leaves"die;;"roll the-rapidity-with"which'theae'-can-'beat 1 -- .

up, and become' brown: Anything least two l cows, to that one ean' ben (:
Watkins Block. ORLANDO: FLORIDA 4 tending to bring the plants into good i milk all the time. sufficient' number Southern Ruralist and Gazette
growing conditmo Will help overcome of brood sows should be'kept, td
the trouble. Very often it corrects produce the pork'for the family, with Great ':1
to IP itself because of a direct change in some excess for sale. The number of Subscription Club BargainIn
THIS AND PIN .
# weather conditions. Several, warm, l laying hens should be increased arid "
'" ON: WIFE'S DRESSER moist days followed by a few?.brl ht, carefully tended to produe el/'Itl': and --, ..

mm. mm Cincinnati man; tell* ,tioV fo t- -t*hrtrjl: l sunny suddenly d.yauJIVith relieve a field a brisk of this wind trouble.It will. excess poultry for for. saleT the;'table The with'aveftttfir tf sufficient numberof \ order to give the public the best :further introduction. The wall chart Is I II

a up corns or ca'luses so they perhaps -would be well to go over poultry per farm should' be greatly stall times the Gazette has entered I a new., work "which consists of three

I lift off with, tinges.Ouch' briefly the characteristics of some of increased. at least fifty. The livestock Into an arrangement with the South.ern double .haete..28d6 Inches in size, .
the general potato diseases. on the farm should be gradually Ruralist, one of the best farming bound together at the top by an enameled 'i
SELLS Early blight (often called rust) Incre.sed..s a whole so as to consume 'strip with metal loops for. hang-
I 17 I .? 1 II I This kind of rough shows first in small brown spots scattered the otherwise waste products of the periodicals in.the South, whereby a Ing. The front sheet has a Splendid

l' talk will be heard less here in town if over the older leaves\; These farm and make the unprofitable and bargain subscription plan is offered at map of the world, beautifully colored
Fire Life, Accident ands people troubled with corns will\ follow slowly enlarge and often become untillable lands productive. \This\ a.rate which will appeal to all; In addition and varnished, showing' the steamer

,, the simple advice of this Cincinnati somewhat angular in shape from the means attention to. the breedin1'\ care tlioie ,,who take advantage of the routes with distances between ports:
5 HealtK Pate| Glass, Liability authority, who claimes that a few fact that they stop on reaching a leaf and feeding of poultry and hogs, bee) offer will be presented with 'new Around the margin aN tha flags of allnations
a.
drops of a drug called f reecone wheq vein. There ia a sharp boundary liner cattle. milch cows, etc. also areas in square miles
.iI and Boiler Insurance' applied to a tender, aching corn o usually between the healthy green of 6. When the living has: been amply Geographical, Encyclopedia Wall and population of each country. On

hardened callus stops soreness at once the leaf and the spot, though badly provided for, STOW cotton for the main Chart,'which,in itself is a. thing of reverse side, illustrations of the Pan.
Legal Bon d s Executed and soon the corn or callus dries up. spotted leaf will have a yellow appearance money crop. Where the boll weevthas{ : beauty, and cannot be bought any ama Canal with complete statistics,
and ''Ifits right out without pain. over its entire surface. recently invaded-the farm and cotton where.foriees than $1.50. data, etc. On the next sheet is a large
w Same Needed. He says freezone dries immediatelyand Late blight shows more In 'a leaf raising is somewhat uncertain until In other words for the small sum of and comprehensive map of your state
Day ,never Inftamel'or even irritatesthe blotch:; the, diseased portions are farmers learn how, reduce the normal $2.76 for a year's subscription to the Showing each county colored separate
surrounding skin. A 'small bottle brownish or blackish areas and are acres planted to cotton and plant such Valley,Gazette, you will receive your Iy) railroads and distances,'congress
of freezone will cost very little at any bounded by a very definite yellow crops as soy beans peanuts'and vel- home paper for that period, as well as lonal and senatorial districts[ etc'
?; OFFICE:,, State Bank BnihdiegTNFF1ORIDANL7ALPRODucts drug store, but will positively remove line. This disease has a' most offensive vet beans,' as cash crops.or to feed the great farming journal, which is Aruond the margins are portraits of
\ every hard or soft corn or callus from odor and is our most common .livestock for cash sales printed twice,a month, for three all the Governors of the State and
one's feet. Millions oft American trouble. 7. Plan to sell or exchange the surplus years, also the wall chart. Each one when each served. On the reverse
women will welcome .this' announcement Both the early and late blight are products of the garden, the orchard of these alone Is worth the price asked<< side is to be found a complete Gace
I since the inauguration of the absolutely controlled by proper spray 'I' the poultry, the livestock, the for the excellent combination. The teer of the state, with the last census.
sCa high''heels. If. your druggisf'ddcsn'l t ing with Bordeaux mixture.' Your egg and the feed crops to cover the Gazette's subscription Is $2.00 per The third sheet contains a good colored -
have freezone tell hlllto. ,order'.', vines show no symptom of either oi f I necessary running expenses of the year, the ,Southern Ruralist $1.50 for: map of the United States, also a
MANUFACTURE small bottle for :you. .., ;;. .these troubles. farm and save the cotton as the real three yews, and the Geographical Encyclopedia Standard Parcel Post map' of' the'
METAL .. ; There Is a bacterial' blight often cash crop. Wall Chart is retailed at United States with full parcel post information .
The. -M-, r i called southern bacterial wilt or BRADFORD KNAPP, Chief $1.50 which goes to show what a bar laws, regulations, etc. also.
Duals
Tart tfe
CEILINGS Becauae of IU tonic Doss.nd luat1..creel.Affect ..LAXA.TIV8 Hee**. "sleeping sickness", which appears gain is offered at this time--and if populaton of the,prneipal ctes of'the
'SYRUP
wy r BBOMO OOININB I.bcUcfthaa. ordinary first as a wilting followed by a revive GIVE OF FIGS- .. you take advantage of the new offer Unted States. The whole work giving'
CULVERTSSHINGLE5 Oninin. In..head d doaa'not dew. -.-._.__. am at nigh and 'a wilting the seconc TO CONSTIPATED CHILD you will get all for the little sum of forty-two square feet of map and
Remember the loll and
AND OTHER Mote It* UM sicnalM! of B- W. OKOVB.rinirin u.. day. Plants very seldom survive the 275. valuable information needed In every
second day's wilting unless there is an Delicious. "Ft- lt Laxative"can't harm Never before has such an offer been home, office and school.) '
SHEET METAL intervening rain They betrome yellow (tender little Stomach, liver mad to the public, and it will be wise As said before, this is an'offer that
200 < and blackened and the tubers rot read- and bowels for all those who have not yet'' sub* everyone should avail themselves. of at'
V BUILDING > r MVLBS ily. The disease I is carried by insects, scribed for the1 Gazette to take advantage once. The plan\will work quickly,.so'

MATERIAL lywait so the control for this trouble I. kill Look at the tongue mother I If of it at once, as it will get in on the ground floor whll., the
;fO".CATM.O TODAY.UM {fjUAUfti woo SPCCIAl CARMOUR ? ing off all insects, and removing the coated your, little one\.stomach,liver last only a limited' time. Everybody "goln's good. ,
JACKSONVILLEFLA. infected plants from the field. Very and bowels need cleansing at onoe. knows the merits of the Gazette, and Bring your new subscription to the,
: often when ansect has tarred the disease When peevish, cross, listless, doesnt the reputation of the Southeyi Rural Valley Gazette office, or, mall. It to as,
the 'trouble starts-on a leaf and sleep, eat or act naturally or is feverish lit is such that the magazine needs no immediately

1 a single leaf or stem may wilt first, stomach Dour, bad; has .. .
MUSTANGIvor .f :\' but this trouble will, gradually work sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, -
back until the main stalk I. affected give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup MUCH ACTIVITY REPORTEDIN I I I ing the soreness will disappear Price'25c
VIN1E' when the whole plants wilts and .dries of Figs" and in a few hours all 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Sprains, Lameness, up, leaves falling off_( the foul, constipated waste, undisest- URANCE CENTER DISTRICTII. Osceola Pharmacy,
We should be quite Inclined to think ed food, and sour bile gently moves ;; I t
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism that this was the trouble with your out of.its little bowels without gripIng B. WhitaVer.connected with.the Fire Insurance., See A. E. Drought.AYp'5WDBDERTULREMEI'V
i Penetrates and Heal ', FERTILIZERS plants did you not sneak so positively i : and you have a well, playfulchfd Dixie Produce Company, of Orange J I *
{
that the whole plant is never af- again. Ask your druggist fora.50cent Center, spent Saturday in the city on
Stops Pain At Once fected. Perhaps, however, the disease bottlu of "California Syrup
business B.. II. Kibbe.
accompaneld by
"
For Man and Beast hal not had long enough to reach that 'of Figs, which contains full directions tt
for babies children of all ages The former has Just returned from r!
I 2Sc.SOc.$1. At All Dealer Thirty stage, so"toe are giving you these par frouble ,Xii
h years' Experience ir\ all ticulars that j and for grown-ups. a business trip to Shelbyville, Ind., I r
parts of Florida and throughout act you may if watch carefullyand and reports that his company has authorized -J. ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCE I
promptly decide
the U. S.: the world's finest trouble is bacterial. you the Work on the new $15,000 Baptist the construction of a commission
LINIMENTCity: material. brought 'direct from blight church is progressing nicely, and when house at Orange Center work on Gall Stones, Cancer ana Ulcers of the I

producing points and rig-Idly an- pCysamd completed this will be one of the finest which will commence within a short Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication ''.;t,

alyzed; complete through equipment building and developed Please give full directions about edifices in Osceola county. time. Prospects for big crops in the Yellow,Jaundice, Appendicitis II, 'i'oj
truck lino are good and arrangementsare
and other fatal ailments result
30 cyanamid-analysis, color and from ':
operating factories! -enables gen being made to handle the.produce b
US to "build" l ldng>lasting, crop- eral action. Is it as quick acting as .Fro the northern: ( markets. Stomach Trouble. Thousands of 1
making humus-building quality nitrate of soda It it good. to sweeten M.. TILLER Stomach Sufferers owe their COlli".J

into Armour,Fertilizers. sour land? A sore throat can be treatest best plotey recovery to :Mayr's Wonderful 1

>r Fifty-four of. our stan-lard.. well- !' Answer: Cyanamid is a gray mater.al Agency. I from the outside. .The throat shouldbe Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach ., .
known brao.id are offered with. generally carrying 21 to 24 per 5LM? ? rubbed gently' with Ballard's Snow '
.
Market .. :: Ailment.. For sale by J. Z. Ro-
cent. ammonia
2%, 3% or C% potash or with- and a considerable \ \ \ Liniment. Apply' at night and cover] .t
out potash, as desired. Booklet percentage of lime. This lime tendsto : Realty bought and sold. with a cotton cloth bandage; by morrt*j berson and druggists .everywhere. ft'\
keep soil alkaline, but cyanamid , !
free
showing complete line of
' should never be used on land that is Houses rented. -_ __. __-__ 'P
Fresh Florida and Citrfas the least bit acid for soil acidity : Taxes paid and Titles verified

Fertilizers tends: to a wrong decomposition which I for non-residents.

f Western Meats Field Crop Fertilizers creates compounds unfavorable to the : Fire Life and Accident Insurance

Vegetable Fertilizers growth of plant ,life. In availability, PROSPERITY
cyanamid is quite comparable to sulphate l- .

of all kinds.. Fertilizer.. fo ammonia which- as you : ludemnity Bondi.ESPfCIAliY. .
Blood & Bone know, is considerably slower than nitrate .
Tankage of soda. ,....0.... ...... .. .......
Spraying Materials There is much more need of discret .

Phone your'or- Stock & Poultry Feeds Ion in the use of cyanamid than in Ideal Formulas
either sulphate of ammonia or nitrateof
,
ders and they ..qmG&/P FeftWlcs soda. It is a material not thor- ... ,-**;&,!
: Ideal Methods .
I oughly understood, and while It has :
l will be I Enrich the -Increase the Yield'" given extremely good results, when :itjr >
promptly Hasten Maturity-lmr f! Us ,Quality ised---limited quantities on soil in i= "" '" Idea] Results .ils

delivered. good, fertile condition, there are un- t 200 LOs "
Waters & Carson Gro CO. desirable possibilities in excessive* 'r!
t use or use where soil is poorly: draiaed ; ,
KISSIMMEE, FLkMANUFACTURED or lacking In lime content. ADAPTED. MDD, Make Your Crop With a Profit. J.
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: Phone 44 J
%': . '.:
I BY 10 CENT "CASCARETS"J J # 'Writ. For rpm lV k .
IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE pfFLORIDEAi ea Urov. and ttardea
ARMOUR FERT WORKS For Your Hi ALKIDEAL '

:' For Sick.Headache, Sour Stomach, SEMINOLE ,Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co,' 1i
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Sluggish, Uver and. Bowelne ManafaetarenIDEALFERTJU2ERS
State -
a** Work. .While-Yon Sleep CHEROKEE J>eaI..spl'aF.JI.I.r..I. : .. '

Furred Tongue,' Bad-Taste.. Indi. Jacksonville Florida' '
I .
;tr e Ask Your Grocer Skin and Miserable ,
A
HeadachSallow* from a torpid Uver :FREE: : : : ']SON &
; SAWn1LL and clogged bowels, which cause 1tN'a
your stomach to becomo. filled with j 1 ,Ov lutnctir Catalogue ERTILIZER
,' MACI1INER undigested food which oours and .. ILLS .
swill ad Weekly Pric. List : PLA.
CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES : ferments like garbage, In. e .
AND
to #
barrel. That's. the first step.
;" fool ,
ALLSUPPLIBWrite untold'misery indigestion,
gases, bad breata> yellow' skin, 'I SEND FOR '
.
V mental fears: everything that is GROCERY GO Local
For PncMJW horrible and nauseating. A Cas- THEM TODAY \WATERS & CARSON, Agents.

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La3alggu.: east; "tOllflrht' will triTe your constipated ;
1- 1
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bowels a thorough cleansing SEED 08a j- F

Best By Every Test morning.and:straighten,Thoy work yon -out while In you the Get V".rJob printing from the :Valley ,

sleep-a-,1O-oa- :! box I from your JACKSONVILLE.! fLA. /,) Gazette

druggist"will ,Veep. ''yon Iteel!**' good ./
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; 13IGli7; . THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY MARCH'. 1917' -- '-'

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: THIS MAN SAYS HE J 1I '

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STAND. BY YOUR PRESIDENT (

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: FLIRTED WITH GRAVE . : r
Hang out the American Flag I

Wear the Colors! +


.0, and 'Ihe Civic Organizations
1 ; Pound. Take, Tanlac and ,

Gains Twenty-On; Pounds. are' passing ;resolutions

pledging support of the President f

1 'Il' tell you the truth; if I knew KILL TWO BIRDS in the existing national ,

'this Tanlac was not going to be sold crisis. : tt

ti any more I would buy every.bottle on Individuals can Show Their

\ that counter over there beforV I left Colors" by hanging out the

berg tonight," said W. A. Spitzer, at With One Stone American flag'at' their homes e

Patton-Pope's Drug Store, Blrmlne.I and places of business, and by

Lam recently Mr. .Spitcer i* a well' wearing the emblem. 'r 1s.Ilt

I .L known painter employed by the TenYiessee ., This is an opportunity to vfs-, ,I III

\ Coal Iron and l Railway. Company The week commencing March 31 it bas been let 'asIde' a. .DRESS UP ualize patriotic. loyalty!, .i j
and resides.at 910 Sixtyeighthstreet \
;'.f ,, Birmingham: WEEK all over the United States during that week the .merchants .in Tampa

"Before I taking it I only 1, --_- --.. -------- --- -------- e0
.1( began << will exert themselves to make special displays of seasonable goods and'at- --
weighed 185 pounds. 'Today I got on NELL HKAL ES. '
"0 ,
II I I 1 1 1 1 II II I I I I Ml 1 1 1 APPLICATION
the scales and tipped them at 156V-: tractive inducements for the tale of Spring and Summer Merchandise. '. TATS '
r. gain of more than I .. .'

ever &21/0Ilnds-and That's1 exactly This store has been for month preparing for this occasion, and our LegalAdvertisements I E..... JI.. I>. Tlndall, I>eeea..ed '1;

what four bottles-of Tanlac did dock is with best : -alien' to all whom It \,:
for me. Just look at this belt! I had ? most complete the very and latest in Fashion's Factory Notice Is lieroliy '
conclli-n. that Rosa H. TindallasAdminlstt'
L to let it up four inches, and it is still :: This Dress Up Week brings right to April'8th. . may trlx of' the estate of M I).
yon
up
i'i
. .
tight on me II'' I I I 8 ii i in n n I I 1 1
Tlndnlf, Ileci. e4, will on the SSrd day ]
"About seven ago I corn menc.y 'MAYOR'S rilOCIAMATIOV:
years .
, -"ed having stomach troubles, and it ; &\: SUNDAY -I .. .. .: of April.T. M.A. D.Murphy 1917-apply, County to the Judgen Honorable .' '

until I began hav EASTER ,
l kept getting worse Under and by virtue of the powery..t..d and; for said County at his offloo In the
ing attacks of acute indigestion. In me. I, H. It. May Mayor of '
do Court' House In said County, at. I0
the City of Klislmmee, Florida
N, When these attacks came on .me I .. Which add to the attractiveness of the week as a Special Shopping hereby a'nnounce. proclaim and declare o'clock a. m.. or ns soon thereafter
would just swell up like a mule with I that an electron' will be held at
the colic, and got as limp aa a rag. Week in South Florida' Shopping Center and to the the City Hall In said city during the ns the matter'can. be hcard'fOr author

'My .breath would get short, and my : legal hours of voting, ,"on Saturday, the11st.day ity to sell at public or i private snte, '.o
of March A. I). 1917, fur thepurpose
pulSe so weak I was afraid my' heart .of electing the following officers the following described real estate! In

, would stop beating. The stomach G'enn' $ Company Store for the term of'one,year via; said County to-wlt; a
i 11 and IS of Block of.
Lots X, S.10,
L One MayorOnnOlerk ..
,,
had be used time,,as .
to. every .
.
pump ._ ,, rn' Lllly'sMncondAddition.
H.Aj', y,ffiayjf* *a.gCMc1.J.-J- _... ; .
.
: <' : aiiuiii4ii: -WooJttif
N this was the only thing that would relieve jA MVwnrwn ;;; On "Ma.rahdrlfid'"Tartoti tor-' -i >te 1S'vi an f ,
'me.: Finally my'' kidneys: went Our line of Fine Shoes b most complete and right up to'the ,.a aule: <: One Treasurer & Doyle's' Addition..
,
Also to serve' for 'the term of two Iot'f of \Y. O, rvaHH' Addition South,
1' back on me,.and I don't believe I was . We keep in dose touch with the market and with fashion's years: of the A. C. L, Unllronil, '
out of pain night or day for four long demands and Three members. of the City Council. Iota. 1 and 2 nf IJIock S4 .according to

,ro years, and I actually got so weak I '"lock our store with the view of always offering the latest I hereby appoint H. N. Brut ton. J. M. the offlrlnl pint ."Whlttler.., riled in-the
our patrons styles Gardner R. D. Oulce, as Inspectors, andO office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
could hardly stand on. my feetmuch'Jeas M 8hearouse as clerk of said elec Lois 1. 6, A, 7., 17, 18, 10 2G, tit, IT, 28, ,
f work. I was fading away fast, and best'values. .'"< tion. 19, SO. 3/. Si of.AIea'sRubdlvlsion. of
and got down to where I only"weighed .. . .. In witness whereof\ I have hereunto, the north'Bt"luRrl"--:",...f. Seetlon J3,
; ,70 pound. ':f was almost walking ;<" ; In"our, big shoe. tore we cater to Men, Women;' and Children; a.i'al-' caused set my the hard seal as at Mayor said-of city said to oltyrand be'here Township'Ln .n 14 Zri.-Hftnpi 15; arid the* 31 South'_.- '!.' ;half. "r ot:' ,w-II. f

,;;, with skeleton my,.grave and I,tell and you.guess I wa 1 flirting would ." "> ''wa;.. carry a mot comprehensive fine for each of the best shoe* that the art': unto A. D.affixed 1911 this' 2Jrd day of February, of SuhdlvlHlon the Florida of Section Aorlculturul tl, of Oompuny's Township

V., have been I in it if it hadn't been for of shoe making knows' how to produce. our prices are always consistent with'; Mayor of.Clty ii.of n.Klaslmmee.>OtA y, 25.Which Range application SI. will be bawd upon i..'

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f7, Tanlac. For four years I couldn't hit (8..a1) the petition for such sale now on file
$, t. a lick of work. I guess I was as near quality and our store service is A-l. Attest') J. 'R GILBERT. In "iiId, Court. ,
; Hated March ITth, 1917.
Clerk. H-4t
_City _
'dead saw to. be
ever
as any man you ,
ItOS.l IL TINHALUAdinlnlstratrli.
.>, ;alive. But, look at me now; I am Come to Tampa this week. Make bur tore YOUR tore Use our ; i
NOTICE TO CRKniTOHS
IV us stroneand as well now as I ever KRInilS & STEED
telephone, tend year packages here. We have a ladies' rest room and are Attorneys fur Instate, H...
r.v was in my life, and ,can do us. big a !. Cert .f the Caaty J...... Oseeela if

|> day's work as any man. always. glad to' make yon welcome and comfortable. Vnmtr, Slate .f .....r..... In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial .

I{;' "Yes, sir, if ever a tioiUl man has Circuit of the State of Florida J w';
l-e teen through the rub I am the rnan. la re Kitate .f. ...... \V- Mlly. In and -for Onceola County. In Chan :

) I have paid out I guess, not less than To aH'Credltors;--legatees Distributeesnnd cery.: : *complainants". A. I Ktroup ,and vs.It. P.Tom FrankfoYd. H.-

'I ; -'.600 in the past six or seven years all Persons having Claims or drew-" al, re""d"I.i Quiet. title.
4 foi doctors' bills and me.licinc3"and<< GLENN SHOE CO. Demand ogcalnst said Estate: Order of publlcntlon. To all whom It

t w have bought enough medicines, and You; and each of you, are hereby notified I may sworn concern.Kill of Complaint It appearing filed from In. the the
Interest in'' on-s of them, and I was topresent any claims and above *
entitled cause that there are y'1.
mania which or either of d".1
you
drug stores in'Birminghjm:! to own an TAMPA. FLORIDA, U. S.. A. have acalnst the estate of James you persons Interested In the property In* ;

interest. in one of them, and I was 507 FRANKLIN STREET I.Illy, deceased, late of Osceola Bounty, said scribed' the Hill of Complain In'
'TELEPHONE other than the
undertaker'sbill 4462 Florida, to the undersigned executrixof casiy known respondents -
not -to 'have an
)lucky
said eyitate.A wlUtln, two' from as named therein and that
years
to kind it all tip. .. the date, hereof. the names of such other persons no /In.

"I have been a painter all my life, D. lId' ;,March' irih..' ALICE WILDElt. and terested there are also unknown appearing.to to complainants be .,...rt.lnnam..d ,
:
arid have had painter's colic several d 14.ft respondents to said Bill'who.e
Executrix.;:
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''times, so guess that had a lot to do ( baptismal) name and Initials are not

with condition. Anyway, there ,,'cIrculi given because they are unknown and'
In
: my Court for the Seventh Judlclcl that relief Is prayed In the said 11111 of '
seemed to be nothing that would Circuit of the State of FloridaIn Complaint' against the said' unknown
straighten me out. Every time I heardof and for Oseeola County. In Chan.cery respondents. It Ie' therefore ord..r..dthat M

,. new medicine, I would get it., I ford,". Aorttplalnants F. 'A. Stroup, and vs. R.Tom D.'U.Frank.An.drew..t ,lln, --_ Vaughn Knowles., --Carr.Sleek_, wife of"V

read of.Tanlac one day, and that's one al. defendants. Quiet Title, Edmund F, Sleek, and all partiesclaiming .
"' time. T hit I* Wa-Kf TK.f'. what lived, prder ati Publication., To all whomIt Interests. In the lands 'In the
'
: Tanfac e'Jut: may concern. It appearing; by mil of Complaint In the above styled
Why; raised me right
: me. the sworn Bill of Complaint filed in. the cause described, : under any of-the fol I
out of my grave. I can now eat any; .tttt0000000000600 OOOOO occasions sincerest regret In his +OOOtOOOOOtOooooooooooo-ooo above entitled Cause that the respondents lowing. parties Tom I). Andrews" R. S.
thing, and actually; I eat so much I + go. herelnbelow nailed are persons Booth Benjamin Rlllott Hammar Ten-
ing the Everglades doses it's whose residences and
first axes are unknown nle P. Hammar
Benjamin E.
get ashamed of myself; My landlady O R. J. BOLLES EMPIRE 4 >0> and that relief Is sought In-the Hammer,
1 staunch' friend and Builder, at whose THE COUNTRY PAPER Blair Burwell.. Jr., Blair Burrell Jr..
said the other day she would have to said suit against them. It Is therefore
_
0 BUILDER the Vaug-hn Carr A Co., Vaughn,
coming development of sir
an empire
.
ordered that Tom B. Andrews. R S.
raise board. Itold; her, though Carr Samuel T.
Carr Fanny J. ,
my
had its inception. Palm Beach Post. 4 t Binjamln Elliott Carr. '
: When the evenin shade is fall. Booth Hammar. Ten Charles Uodolphln- Bennett, William
she must remember that for four 00000000-00 0 otnGO 000 H Oo 'nle P. Hammar, Benjamin. H. Hammer,
4 'in'
at the endin' o' Henry Bennett William H.
the an' Hollls.
off of and day- and
years she made money me, Blair Burwell Jr., Blair Uurrell, Jr., the following trustees
that 1 was only making up' for lost ---: . : : '; SOUR; ACID STOMACHS *'a fellow rests from labor, smok4 .+ Vaughn, Carr'A Co., -- VauKhn --. of Hamilton fission deceased under ,the Henry will
; 4in', at. big pipe o''clay there's Carr Samuel T. Carr,./ Fanny J. Carr. /
Plsston, .
EdmundF.
-
'time. Why seven or eight biscuits ata The Richardi'JIBollescloses : yi'ypGASES, ORJINDIGESTIO SteoK. Taoony
passing of '
j Charles Uodolphln Bennett William
4 nothin' does him' much ;* Ravines Fund Safe' Deposit Title *. '
meal don't satisfy but I will < so good William
now Bennett H.
-; ; me ; another chapter the historyof Henry Hollls. and Trust Company of Philadelphia .,
just quit at that for fea"' 1 will over.' the Everglades. It is hardly ten Each "Pape'a Wapepsin" digests 4> be little fortune up oridown'as the of the Hamilton following Din-ton trustees, under the will and the following other persons, EI r.b..th :
country paper from his ol' d..c..a.ed.-.n"1Jry K. Plsston "
tastes "Sandlln A
do. but Knowles. ,
matters everything sot
,
And I year. since he became identified with 3,000. grains food, ending all home town. It ain't a thing pf Dtaston. Edmund F. Steck,. as suclftrusteea .Sandlln, Knowles. _, "..
to. sleep why
good me now this greatest of all land dur- and the following-otter per .
projects, Steck wife of Edmund F If >
never would wake up if, they didn'tcome ing the administration of Governor stomach misery; In five beauty, an' its print ain't always .eons Elisabeth E. IXsston_"Sandlin AKnowles.1 of said, parties are deceased Bteck or claim-any 8,

in and shake me. I' haven't a Napoleon B.,Broward. His purchase of minutes. 'X clear, but it straightens out his Sandlln Knowles, Ing Interests therein under J.-L Sand .'.;
wife of
-- Sti-ok Edmund F. Stuck
4 ,
when lln claiming
deceased 4
temper a feller's feelin' or otherwise In.
;pain about me nok. : 1,0 l and they are hereby required to bend
500,000 acres of land In 1908, which terekts therein I lie said, "
Tanlac is sold by 1 T ? 7 T 11111'! placed'$1,000,000 in 'the hands of the Time it! In fivV minutes .11 stomach ' 4 queer, it takes the wrinkles off appe,fr' t<_ the Bill of Complaint the followingdescribed property properly,being via: "
<> his face and brushes off the <> III..d Itt the said cause In the court 1r.eM.
:Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee exclusively trustees, made'possible the beginningof distress will go. No indigestion,' nforennld. before All that part of Kertlon Thirty (10) "
on or Monday the end
J/Z. Roberson in St. Cloud heartburn of Co frown, the little paper from his that lies South of the County RoniX and _
by sourness belching
the Everglades work or luy: of April. A. D. -1 U 1, otherwise the
on a large all that '
of Section
by 'Seminole Pharmacy, and in Ke- scale pas, acid, or 'irritation of undigested 4 ol' home town. It tells of all the <> Raid, Bill nf Complaint will In due that lies pert North of the County Thirty-one (II. ) ,
I 4 parties an' the balls of Punkin < courne of law be taken as confessed Rood except ,
enr food, no dizziness foul
nansville. bloating Seventy-flvo
(75(
All Everglades land owners owe'Mr.Bolles acres, morn or .
against the said respondents. It Is
breath or headache.Pape's .- 4 Row, 'bout Who) sho spent Sun- < less, bounded on the West by the West
further that this order be
ordered
immense debt of pubIshed -
r -LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS an gratitude, DiapeoBin is noted for its 4 day with who's girl, dn' how the 0crops'll once a week for eight con..eu.'Uve . bank of Road Cnnnl on the. South by the \
for he the first County the
was pioneer on K st
capitalistto by the East
tpeed in < an' feller) < wveks In the Kissimmee Valley
keeps
regulating ,
upset stomachs. grow a line of mild Section
have the Thirty-one (31)1 )I.
of his convictions
the courage It is the < posted 'bout who's an' laiette, a weekly newspaper publishedand and 'on the.
surest quickest stomach who North
'4 The following is list of adver. to interest himself in the reclamationof up of general circulation In the city by the water's edge: 1.
of Flan Lnke
whole
remedy in the world and 0Is down that little ; also excepting- the Right
ber Co
tised letters remaining in the KUsirn- the His country paper of Klssirnmae, county of Osceola, and of Way of
Everglades. action Railroad
inspired ides it is harmless.: end" >> from home the ns It passes
Put of
the two weeks ending an to the ol' .town. Now I 4 State Florida.Vltness the Honorable through said Innrir., sold
mee postofflce for confidence in the huge and lands lying In
enterprise stomach trouble forever <> James W. Perkins as Judge of ,
... bv getting a like to read the dailies an' the >0Co > O."eollCounly.. Elm, do appear to the v
: 9th, 1917: his finances and support enabled Gov. aid Court and my name as CI..rkthereot '
large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia pep. < story papers, too, an' at times a 11..1) theseal of said Circuit complainants' Hill Complaint herVln
>
Mrs. 'Betsey Be ndrews- Warren ernor Broward to fulfill his promises sin from drug store. You real -0- filed on or before Monday, the 7th dnysof
any novel (hurt, Klunlmtnee,
yaller other trash at Osceola County,
Blackburn, Mrs. Oleava Byrd, Mrs..]?. made as a candidate for an'/some May A. P. 1917, else In due course. of
governor on ize in five minutes how needless it is <> don't Florida on this the lit day of Febru.
But law
youT ; when I want the said Rill of
Burdett, D. Arthur Clapp ((2)), Thos. J. a platform pledged to the drainage of I to suffer from digestion, dyspepsia o some readin' that' will brush 0 ary.. A. D. U17. J L. taken as confessed by Complaint said unknown will be .11
Callan Miss Mattie Sue EchoMrs.. the OVERSTREBT J
Everglades. stomach parties. It la
or any disorder. It is the > the I A. Clerk further ordered thirl this
frown want the little < Circuit Court aforesaid-
away
Alice' Hucks Charlie lloleson] Orson Since Mr. Bolles first order he published. once week.
identified him quickest, surest and most harmless 4 team 4 Circuit( Court Seal 1) a for IS
the ol'
+. //Y. Hunt (3)), Mrs.'T. ::1, Johnson, Geo. self with this drainage work, he con. stomach doctor in-the world. 1 t paper home town. JOHNSTON & GARRETT Valley consecutive Gazette weeks, In the Klsslmmen
(,1 "R, King Miss Ruth King F. N. Petti- tinued to give it his sole attention, -EX.:;; As Counsel for complainants: 7-St published and of a general weekly circulation:'I; :

W. F. Prescott. Maggie Thomas, and earnestly supported' the advance. 4 0 In the C"ountyof! Osceola
grew } S. S.: Griffin, the 'weU known real +OOoOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO and
;::A. B. Williams, 220 Beaumont Ave. ment of the project. He was a1 familiar estate man of 'Orlando NOTICID' State James of Florida. Witness the Honorable -
spent some Sealed bids will be received by the .W. Perkins as Judge of
yl B, B., SIMPSON. figure among land owners to whom time here during the week on business Board of County Commissioners of Osreola said Court and my name as Clerk
Postmaster.. his death comes as a great shock and and pleasure combined. Take Herbine for indigestion. It county up to 10 a. m.. April Znd thereof and the official seal of the
117 oil cleaning moss from oak treeson said. 'Clrlt Court at Kissimmee Os
relieves the pain in a few minutes and courthouse lot. Hoard reserves the ceola County "Florida on this the 1st
-----
-. .. forces the fermented matter which right to accept or reject any or all bids. day of February, A. n. 117.
1 causes- the misery into the bowels J. L. OVERSTREBT, J., L. OVERSTREBT.
/ 13-lt Clerk for: said Board.IN A. Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid.
I where it is expelled. Price 60c. Sold
: (Circuit Court
t -," ---.-, ,- ___ :_ _H__ by-Osceola-Pharmacy JOHNSTON *Seal OARRETT) : ...
RVli.T-t'oi tT. ITA-r.1
: IDA OF KL.OU. As Counsel for Complainants.,' T-ltt )


':' No, ill.Rep*rt.5 tk. C..*..la ., t..'' Mitchell Peterson Complainant vs. NO'rICE FOR PUBLICATION
., \ ij'j'd, .
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: Charles L. CoulsAn -
and Carrie
Beaver
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. :; "fA,' ifl' ; .. VIL.LH .
>> }" ..Jilt ; t -"'-
". ,.; 'I{,'II' A SQUIRREL . ." II.) .. ,.' '\"' .t JC..vUI..vIP|._ |a the State) .( Seventh Judicial Circuit, U. S. JLaad OfSre- at
,' Osceola County. nalnesvllle
Fla
,
. "' "N'-. Fterld., at the <;lee' of Hul- '
\ " .r. "" '.. In Chancery.It Feb. 1O, 1S1T i
jYI" (
. "I' -/ : '.' aess March,. 1N7RESOURCES .
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'I. '\ ;. ;.' {" appearing; by affidavit appended to Notice Is herebyriven that Casper L.
. : ,1 '" \ ':. '. Loans on real estate..1 600,00 the bill filed In the above-stated cause Heath of LouKhman Florida, who on r
yr .', <.- 1\', ,'J!; : ; .Loans on collateral security that Charles L. Coul.on and Carrie 'April 12. 1910; made Homestead Entry s
}: i \..l .other than real e.tat'-'__.. .....8..3II Seag-er the defendants therein named, I No. 06(64. for NW14 of NWU, Section
\ other loan. and discounts. IIIITI!! are nonresidents of the state of Florida 14. Township 16 8., Range IT E. ii
With marked Perseverance will take a nut in its mouth, scamper off to >, :-:. : Overdrafts __._._ ___.__._._..:-. 11.10 and are resMents of< the city of hassee. Meridian has filed notice, Talla of In.
''I t. i iIf Banking' house, furniture and Detroit state of Michigan and each tentlon to make Five- "
e : fixtures -.u' __._______._____ 4.8.4.SO over the age of twenty-one. year.: It are Is tablish claim to the land year above Proof describ to es
e a place in the grass and .bury it; then come back, get another and :. Hue from Incorporated banks. ,611.61. therefore" ordered that said nonresident ed before Clerk Circuit Court at Kl-mlm
Checks and exchanges; forclearing defendants b* and are hereby mee, Florida, on the 10th
required day of
...... .... .._ March,
i proceed al before.Iiutinctive.y ? a53.15 to appear to the bill of complaint filed
t '_' !,J.' . Cashon, hand .-.._..-_........ 1S.4.T In said cause on br before Monday the 1917.Claimant names as witnesses.. .'

1 a he know it'i time to prepare against misfortune, hard '.'1' Total_._.........,._...?..(fll.ISS.10; 'the 9th day allegations of April.of A.said D. .1)17.bill otherwise will 'be ft.B. R O., Hancock Fields. of of vuKnmanr L/ounhman/ Florida, Florida. ,

taken re confessed by said defendants. Peter Daley, of Loughman Florida. ,

iii I g \ time and lack of supplies while'he can. :.. : 1", Capital stock LIABILITIES paid In.--.---;:--15000.00 hn It published Is further once ordered a week that for this four order ronsecutlve tela.U Joseph Swains, of Ix>ug-hman. Flora a

.' '. Undivided and Taxes profits Paid(less....expense.__.._ weeks In the Klsslmmea Val. ROBT. W. DAVIS, Register
I ) 41.41
Apply the lesion to yourself, tart with any modest'.um. ,..Perse1 .!!,'%. I"jfJ;: Individual deposit subject to said ley' Oaette county, a and newspaper state. published. In -. ,

,
\ Check ..
,.... '; continue it. be :: Checks---- --Outstanding, 760.01. '.. .This let day of February Iii? To Cure a Cold la .
Er ; 1 vere' persistently at 'and ypu will .-.surprised, at the ,,,re.'f,<,, : '< / Cashier's: .. J. L. OVER8TKEBT. Take LAXATIVR One Day! '

'' . } Total.,.,__.__... ... '.U1.8SI.10 (Ct. Ct Seal) Cterk Circuit Court. BROMO OuIDIDe.. rt stops 1II.JtJ: !
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"( .ult_ bank offers you'tbe opportunity. : 1 1" O'BRYAN & PLEDGER.: Drucgl.t. rHloodssmosey .ru 011 us ere '
: r State of'Florida.County Solicitor for..Complainant,, U-Bt & w. GaOV$'8 signature II It. '.11. to ,,
\ ,i'lf of c Oa .edl boa. 1Se. "s
si
; .1. : Ii'If' 'I, Av L. ::: 'Ca.vine president of -

: ," the above-named bank do solemnly c ,
I . . . swear. that the above statement Is true
fie "h1 asrx " lo the be.t.oC
mica : my knowledge and be
: a r.: ' \II 'j"; \ : : lief. A. IA HUNT. DR.: DeWITt '
; T. LIGHTSEY
CITIZENS : ?.Vice' President. .
BJt.NK CorrectAtt..rt .
;M. I iC' i\! I
y A. i HUNT.
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( M. M. ,IIKITH, OSTEOPATH )
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: ? 'I. OP KISSII'M E" ,-' Directors.subscribedand "' 1"

u+'C J'r/' 'J'r this f. Ittn day, of March sworn,I*1H to M.T.before BRAIN J:'me J I. ,Corner rugStore, r Mondays/ntid,',Friday' : ;Ji,:

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SECTION FIRST 'KISSIMMEE.V ALLEY AZETIE.I.16 I TODAY PAGES: ', ;




And OSCEOLA JOURNAL, Cce..lU ated Jasmary It, 1914

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sza..i.. Vail*?. I&HablUlM* rase, I CraMlldBte* IV........'" .. "f. KISSIMMEE\ FLORID: FRIDAY, MARCH 3tf, 1917 . VOLUME. XX-NO.1S
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GOOD ROADS PROJECT* ASSUMING DEFINITE SHAPE 'I


Hi M !Ii Ifi .M Hi IK Hi Hi


::11 SWEETHEARTS, SISTERS AND ""MAMMAS". OF.THE KHAKf-CLADS. GO "sTEiN MAN" ONE BETTER 'I

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LIKELY COUNTY SOLONS I Picturesque Chief of the Seminoles \ "FORGOTTEN"IN RECENT*



t WILL ,BE ASKED TO CALL BANQUET GOOD, LADIES


j: RETURN "COMPLIMENT"Give

:. BONDING ELECTION 0O t '

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,.Special Board,of Trade Committee Doing Good Work. Most Elaborate Reception at Graystone to Soldier

Boys and Strictly No Men Invited" Affair--Interesting
i
Great Interest Manifested By TaxpayersQuestiori ,

As to Whether County-wide or- v,1 .i. t1 n r Program of Toasts and'Sayings in

Didrict.BoncJs Will Be,Asked. ,, 'J Which "Father" Gets "His." +.

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.. 'i. 4 .t : r '(Mrs.',E. E. Wells) +r

will be a great improvement in the good roads of Osceola r, tables fragrant ,with roses and gay with national colors the
.TlIAT'there comparatively short time, seems, to be an assured WITH of Kissimmet feted the returning Company' B with a
'
combined effort on the part of the taxpayers as a whole .at the Graystone Hotel Tuesday night, when plates tt
' has 'nutted'from the activity-of a special comrtiittee of-tw: .rttyftverepresentative ,, were laid for one hundred 'and ten guests,.and the most prominent
taxpayers-chosen byihe!' KJsslmmce Board'*8f-Tlade>? hose! ** ..; .. .Aod"p \.1nrJ.add'!) ::; : f the eity'Vted with each other In honoring the khaki, "
gentlemen have .given thin important: matter much careful attention, and 4t ",clads;who have for the past'nine' months being doing border,duty; .
have from time to time made partial reports at'meetings held in''order jf4% 6 Since ).he home-coming of the soldier boys event after event has ,been
'keep everybody'informed as to their progress. Indications at present writ. given In their honor. Banquets by the Board of Trade, by lodges and organizations -,
ing are that those obstacles which were placed in the way of the' recent as well'as other' festivities, but in all these demonstrations not w
'bond issue knocked up by the .Supreme Court will not come up in the future, S one woman has been given the slightest place, and a welcome where no +,
; it being the desire of .concerned to go into this great improvement workin mother;,wife or sweetheart:has a part seemed so..inad quate to express. the ,
a,manner'which will be satisfactory' the majority the people. of k joya'of the community that this banquet resulted.It . t
Oscl'otaJust: what'definite lines are to be -adopted to assure the good : was an inspiring sight. The lights gleamed and glistened on the 'r
, roads has not been decided upon' Many suggestions have been offered, all 'Orn beautiful' gowns of the women in sharp contrast to the somber uniform: a
{ ,of them feasible, committees from the Kissimmee Board of Trade and the and on the smiling faces where even the !Mexican\ sunburn could not conceal;;
trade body of St. Cloud are working together, and it is thought that within i the firm lines which these months of service have brought the Kissimmee
( the next day or two, these will have arrived at some scheme by which the I boys and all the while as a fitting background to the picture, the air vibrated n
County Commissioners can be petitioned to call an election.for bonds at with patriotic airs so dear to the. American heart. x
the meeting of that body to be held next week. The guests were seated at three long table,' where soldiers and maid ,
i Just whether there will be a county wide bonding election, or a district .alternated, while another table was arranged across the end forming m ye.
matter, is a question which has not been nettled This depends a great dealt base, and here were seated distinguished visitors, ,officers of the company ,
upon the action of the committees which are consulting with the people and those who would respond to toasts. "
,i; ; from the St. Cloud district. At recent meetings held here, within the past In harmony with the idea of making: this evening one of gayety only
few. days the various phases of the situation were discussed, and' of indulging in a laugh'at the expense-of the men who ha3 refused the' h
f and it seemed to be the consensus of opinion that a thorough e bond issue women admittance to the banquet they had given in honor of the boys, the
would be the proper thing. This woulq insure quicker action, results wouldbe ., toasts were arranged to burlesque those at the previous-banquet and hilarity .
F realized a great deal quicker, danger from attack by objecting taxpayers ' prevailed while the well known ep3:kers of the city were so wittily caricatured

,' would be lessened, and far better results .In general could be expected.-: > I
' The St., Cloud section, at this time appear to be more in favor of district Mrs.'J, E.,Lupfer was a gracious toastmaster introducing the speakers %
w 'bonds, howeyer, and this is the point on which definite action along the with apt remarks: and after the invocation offered by Mrs. S. H. Bullock,.
good roads movement is hanging fire ttmporarijy; Hopes are entertained, 1 1QILLY' Sr., she eulogized the boys In brown as follows: ;
+ rf t however that if the people of St. Cloud realize the benefits; of the county- "To paint the lily, to,gild the rose, to add another hue.to the rainbow
: wide proposition, thatt they also Would be in favor of this line of action. would be extravagant.- In like manner would it be useless to. lengthy,
t There: are other minor obstacles in the way."which however will be over BowlEGS tCHO-FEE-HAT-CHO) phrases of appreciation to 'our guests of honor, tonight-our boy In khaki,
come, and it Is almost an assured fart that bids for the construction of the) brown. For several days they're in our midst, on our streets in our homes
roads throughout Osceola county will be advertised within a remark" A Seminole'Warrior of More Than Usual Intelligence, Who Is a Frequent and uppermost in our hearts. Our smiles, our, warm hand grasps 'shave,bid
able short time. Visitor to Kissimmee,'Venturing Beyong the Confines of
t Friday night of last week the special taxpayers- committee appointed- glade Home Much Oftener Than Any.;of His.Tribe. Billy is an Enthusiastic break the (bread, to drink your.health, to listen. to your! tales of Laredo<<
the Board of Trade met, and organized iila. we sit: with expectantneans
,by lie
"Booster".in'Recognition of Which Holds an ,Honorary Life -Membership -
,
- .- A majority-of the members ., 1 and ears attuned to listen to the talesyou
were present" and Senator C. A. Carson Ott..f' O.O..+O.O.Ot' in the'Board o'f Trade], ooo..o w -vvvw-;ww o .o bring us.: This night Is.dear because -
was elected chairman.with A.,E. 0. ... -" tOM'Es 2 you refurn to us; this night is
Thomas secretary. Then It was decided *'GAZE1TE'JUST LIKE LETTER- DECORATE YOUR dear because of a.ocl.ttons. that
that some action should be taken 4 FROM\ HOME 0 FIRE HONOR AND BUSINESS HOUSES .* have lingered since childhood}, this
at once in order to assrfre the commencement ,* LADDJES IN HONOR OF.G. A. R. night Is dear because we sit together
of the good roads work. Letters of appreciation from in our fair, home land, In our ,home "
Suggestions were made along various subscribers in different sections RETURNING MEMBERS The State Department of the'v I town. -

'lines by mnay of these present. A jj of.the country are received quite Grand 'Army of the Republic will,. "'Down where welcome Is. 'never' '
by the Gazette the meet here next week. < Hundreds *
committee was appointed, consistingof frequently ;:: -
4 following\ reaching desk of delegates and other visitors strongerThan
Messrs. C. A. Ward, S. B. Aultman our THE BORDERThe when the handclaspis given the '1stranger
Wednesday from JgOM are expected. Show ,,
and Earl Lupfer, to confer with the a prominent your appreciatlon .
people from the St. Cloud district, invite *, resident of Lorimer, lowai ..., I4 I 1 of the old soldiers by decorating 0 Down where;the smile\ dwells a little ,E
delegations to meet the.Board of "En losed find check for renewal -- .1 your business houses and* :\1"
subscription to your moat .. residences with the National col- 4 longer _
Trade committee for a general discussion / '
on the matter. Chairman Car- valuable paper, the, Kissimmee Kissimmee Voluntary Fire I called upon for "experiences" and *'ors-no more appropriate welcome -' That's where the south. begins.- .

'4Ion 'called'attention to the fact that .* Valley Gazette. Your excellent tfr Department made merry Mondaynigjht'with their, ,replies were characteristic. can be given. .Th. committee Down where the roses bloom sit win.
no time could be lost and urged that periodical is just like receiving a banquet in honor of their "Jimmu" Buckles commenced: "Well, in charge of the enterUlnv 4 -. ter, ;t
', 'the matter be' taken up from a legal a letter from home. Please1 see former members Who have just returned boys,' I teH you I'm glad to be home ment features of the encampment -, And the water sparkles. a little bright
standpoint as well. Upon motion of that I do not mias single copy; from border duty. from the border and I hope I. have made this request+ er $
r Mr.: Stanford, County Attorney Cadel could hardly do without it. As 14 The boys were guests of J. J. Mc. never be called down there again.may The and is hoped that there will be a And the bonds" of 'home are a wee bit
+ was asked to look Into this feature atE have 100 acres of land in Osceola Crannie at the Dixie Theater for the company did good. work and..it's all prompt compliance.: Wednesday ;-tighter, .
the earliest possible moment. Ad- county,-a town Jot} In St. Cloud, early hours of the evening, and .later' right to fight for one's country, but *. will be the day the G. A. R. delegates < That's.where the south begins.! '
. jUirnment,was then taken until Mon- one in Taft, and five acres near assembled at the Broadway Cafe, it's another thing to eat it (referringto + and'their friends are to be 0 Down where the skies are' 'a- trifle
. day night, when the special committee Lake Worth, I am looking forward < where a long table had been tempt. the alkali dust)...-and to drink it, treated. to. an auto ride to the.* bluer, '" .
was asked to make its report. < "to the near future when 14' ingly spread under Proprietor Mc- too," was added by Ira Best, who points!\. of interest,in the community Down where the v friendship's: a trifle
Instead of Monday the committee hope to become a resident Df Crannie's personal attention. The delicious spoke later. ', and it is requested that all 4 truer .

r -asked for a meeting on Tuesday, inasmuch f< your great. and wonderful coun. course banquet was completein Roy Graves and Edward Newton 1 14, parties' having'cars tender them And hope,and faith and love endure,
I.
as the St. Cloud people desired try. every detail from the appetizing toJd] of some of the hardships' the soldier to the committee in charge for That's where the south begins. .
t ar to' have a large representation at the "Yours very truly oyster cocktail to the black coffee and boys endured and the latter facetiously > this occasion 4
"JOHN W KELLER." where the velvet breeze is blow
session when this matter was to betaken cakes. I let Dr. Hyatt, who was a 4444444444044444444044440NEW Down '
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r up with the hope that some def. 4 Fire Chief Lupfer presided as toastmaster guest at the banquet, in on some of ingWhere ,' _
inite plans could be outlined or adopt W HOO..OO "# and allowed" no time to hang the medical practices connected with there's J music in every ,water +
ed. Accordingly; the session was heavy and wheel' boys were not occupied border 'service. COUNTY AGITATION IS flowing
then held, called to order by. Chair PROGRAM 34TH ENCAMPMENT in doing full justice to the W. G. McGowan .made a fine talk- s ASSUMING DEFINITE SHAPE And the golden fruit, Is ever' grow.
' man Carson, and after waiting some G..A. Rj DEP'T OF FLORIDA. "spring fries," etc., they were exchanging expressing the pleasure of all the sol- ingHere's -

time'for the St.. Cloud delegation to KISSIMMEE, APRIL 3 TO 4 jokes and witticisms.The dier boys In being home again. He I Much1\ has, been said likely about where." our.. pleasure' reigns. tonight -
put In an appearance-got down tobusinesl. .smoker following the feast was
i said: "None of the boys wereused to. .
C. A. Ward, chairman of the Monday Evening, 7::3tf-Informal given over an impromptu talks from roughing it and I tell some of the I formation of a new county the agitation ..---- "

special committee, reported that the the boys when no formal program was hardships were pretty tough. I would from the Okeechobee! section, and ""Mayor" Laura Thomas,
of all
meeting with the people from that reception visiting' organizationsand followed, but all added their bit to the like to take this occasion to thank the from all indications this 'has assumed Miss Laura Thomas responded'to* of
section had been a most friendly and citizens at Graystona Hotel. Ad- pleasure of the hour. Chief Lupfer f6r the boxes of food and "
definite
company shape. A meeting was held the toast, "In Memory of J. S. Cadel,
1 r harmonious .one, but personally felt dress of welconfe by Mayor Cadel;, reply started the ball 'rolling 'by welcomingthe cigars we received and I'd like to ( elect), with the'' following
at the above named place: this, week, mayor
that a county-wide bond' issue would by Commander Melrath. returning boys and expressed the thank the ladies of Kissimmee for the "take-off *
_. not be acceptable to them unless it Tuesday, 9r30-Business meeting at hope that they would ir-ever be called occasions when they remembered us. and the matter if is'said, will be ;
could be shown them that such action back into the service but that Madam Chairman, Ladies and Gen-
respective headquarters. they I can tell you we sure appreciated it. taken up before. the next Legislature.
would get for them what they desired. would continue to fill their important tlemen: First,.! wish to express my y
just
11:00-Parade. Order of parade- The visitor were then called on to The proposed county is to be made
up thanks to the good people,
'F ., Mr. Hopkins, who accompanied St._Cloud.Drum. Corps place as citizens of Kissimmee. epeakand.Dr. .Hyatt responded,: by grateful 4
I Company, of- the"eastern- porflonof; DeSoto who by"electing-*4ME'* to-the"honorable *- ,
Mr. W.rd-on his mission; coincided --An-int restlng-'eature of his talk
National Guard of Florida, G. A. Rand saying he' was proud to address the
with the report'of the latter gentleman ex-Confederate soldiers, W. R. C., was the review of all the work done brave and gallant boys present. Forhe county, southern part of Osceola, position as mayor Kissimmee,
, saying that a great deal of work I Ladies of G. A. R., Route starts at by the fire department-during the absence said, "While I appreciate the courage western boundary of St. Lucie, and which I shall use as a stepping and which stone", ,
e ,had to be done before the matter could ; Graystone,north to Main street, south of the boys who have been servo of the boys who defendtheir the northeastern part of Dade county, to a higher political career, '' .;
+ finally be agreed upon in his opinion. ,Ito Emmett, north to Graystone. ing in Company B. This was listenedto country In camp and border life, I appreciate with Okeechobee as the county seat. has made it possible for me to appear'before
in this ,.occasion l
Attorney J. S. Cadel was present Tuesday 1:80---Business meetings. with, pleasure and many words of too, the boys of the Home Should this go through the Legisla.ture you happy
and gave the legal phase, of the varl- 7:30--Reception at, Graystone bypdll'twll'k commendation were heard'for the fine Guard those: who fight the fire fiend. Osceola county will lose about where delights together we can manifest the bysocial '
our pleasure return -
ourmanner" of bond issues. Personally Circle Ladies of G. A. R. to record shown. forty-two miles of its territory.
he.said, he would rather.see the all visiting organizations to the convention The boys from the Border were (Continued ,On Page Two.) of,;Kcimmee's! !' soldiers.

county-wide issue, for the reason that r "l .. ..... LIVE OAK,MAN,.W. R. DORMAN To say that ;we are proud our
u.
.,sucb'would not "be in danger of attacK Wednesday, 9:30: -Business meet ... NEW HEAD STATE W.: O. W. boys would be unnecessary for they
and i if objected to, would be ings at.respective headquarters.' are our boys-young men,. I "111,call e"
stronger in every sense than. district 1::30-Business meetings. lIon. W. R. Dorman of Live Oak them-who, fired by that spirit of patriotism
Enlist (( [he N'avy Your Country Needs You which has characterized ,
'bonding.To back up his statement he 7:30: -G. A.'R. Campfire at Baptist n was selected head consul of the state ever ;
from the decision of the the of this !: country- left
read great
excerpts church, to which all visitors and citizens head camp. W. O. W.; in session ..tOrland'o. people
a 'Supreme court handed down when the! and members of ihe Florida National Other officers\ elected are: their homes their parents and all the>

"'9250,000 bond issue was knocked out. Guard are invited. out Secretary of' the Navy Head advisor," C. K.; Sage, Ocala; surroundings which make their ;young
sent
'In the course of his'remarks,- Mr. The following telegram was hy lives happy to cast .their lot with !!
Headquarters Graystone' Hotel. the in which he head! banker, R. H, Weaver, Bristol;
Cadel stated that if action taken Jbsephus Daniels to the prl4'slt throughout "county, others who left all'and responded to
was
Business Headquarters Baptist attention of the head'escort, G. P. Lamb, Arcadia;
asks co-operation in calling to the young' men the caUof their'native land.,
.1, 'by the committee before the..next.session : Church. '
r -'
''''. full and'that recruits head watchman) T. B. Phillips Orlando
the
that the navy is to be recruited to strength, .
j>f the, County Commissioners, 'W;. R. C. headquarters PresbyterIan are-needed: ,.' ; head sentry C. J. Ferrell, Glen .As mayor I welcome your returnand :
that body could be petitioned for the Church. board of C. M" as mayor I extend to you 4y
K 'Washington D. C.. March 25. President WHsqn last night sign Haven; managers free
r -calling of an election next.week.. Ladies of G. A. ,B. O, 0. Howard ed an executive order, directed that the authorized enlisted strength of' Horn Grand Ridge; W. J. Roebuck, all the courtesies privileges pos'
of with
Answering number questions the be lenient
a Post Room. sible promising to
,
He was'authorised by Congress Lake City; Schofield, Inverness; rep
increased to
that the the navy 87,000 men. '-1. '
attorney made It clear cooni f joy riding and chicken pileau
? enlistment. New refcentatlves to' the Sovereign Campare your
direct such increase in ships '
in to
case of emergency, '
i wty-wide bonding feature would ,be the A CORRECTION'In ..' ', HaL W parties as long as I have an invitationto
'' advisable. Y and'ships hi reserve are being fully' commissioned .s rapidly. posi T.' L. Rollo, Pensacola; .
most I' enlistment to man them. Adams Mayo and S Cook Miami. Join them with you. ,
,
Mr. Stanford expressed the oplnidn i sible and the need is imperative for a larger : ,
last i'I
week's Issue of the Gazette since Con /'
ot'over in enlistment
if the St..Cloud people thoroughly There has been a net increase 6,600 Anae ,.CaraoaAttorney
that we printed the picture of a handsome needed : ,"A la Pledger" .Bryaa
recently .authorized' increase but m.nY'more are NICHOLAS. ET-CZAR OF RUSSIA.
understood the paragraph of' the grew .
residence and stated that It was the and needed Will Hot emphasize' this need by giving spe- Milton J'ted8'lr'waa next
court decision read? by Mr. now; you ESCAPES FROM PRISON PALACE .
supreme property of Lesley and Bassv Our at in the. order. I (miss) quoted by. Miss Anne Carson
cian to president's
; Cadet; and if they 'eo ld be assured tention ha., been called to the fact prominence your paper of 'stuff/ I in the clever talk on: **In ..Appreciation .
TIM offers exceptional'advantages'to young men
n. just what could be expected if a bond that this navy ; An Overseas News Agency -dispatch She said "
property belongs': Mr. W. of Milton Pledger, /
In this
national defense.
and"ashbition'to In the first line for
:
serve makes
+ Issue of th. _county was to".becalled: : I March 28Af rbnC; Berlin
Bass.&divIdually" and we cheer. of Madam Chairman' Ladies and Soldiers
the performingthis
have the opportunity and privilege
emergency you the announcement that Nicholas) Romanoff
would not object to such action.
they fully make: the correction public service;and I am confidently, appealing to you for your of Russia ha escaped :,.It 'the wisdom .f .i,
: Attorney W,B. Crawford felt that itk..F c"1 i i I ., ex-Car the saga of 'Roosevelt '
a ,
these, people.were assured where: the Capt. a J.Entriken! Narcoossee + cordial and helpful co-operation. from hU palace prison. It Is believed a Catts- VCoatinuedOn1'age ..
"JTOSEPHUS DANIELS; Secretary of the Nary for the Russo-Svedish
be is fteeing',
business-
was i a visitor to -.the* city i Eight
't" .t '( e4.D.! Two) I"I I ,Wednesday.. \ y \ j I border in an automobile.,, '_-;'- ( ; )t .
f : 'If f : ,r v
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t 'U "rBiGBT I > THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH 30. 1917 e


4 ,4,' I''

THIS SAYS HE J .

MAN I STAND BY YOUR PRESIDENT I


GRAVE .. .
FLIRTED WITH .

::1'\" \,. Hang' out the American Flag:!

",' Wear the Colon!
\ ., . y
i and the \ '
?Fell Off Until lie Only. Weighed Seventy Congress Legislatures

Pound. Takes Tanlac ,and and the Civic Organizations

are passing resolutions
Gains Twenty-One Pnc18.4 ..
....- dl/ pledging support.ot the Presi

"I'll tell you the truth; if I knew KILL TWO BIRDS dent in the existingnational.

crl l.
.
this; Tanlac was not golngto be sold

any more I would buy every bottle on Individuals "Show Their

that counter over there before I left Colors" by hanging out the
With One StoneThe American their
flag at homes
here tonight said W. A. Spitzer, atr.tton.Pope'
and places of business and by
DrugStore, Birmingham

recently. Mr, Spitzer Js a well wearing the emblem

known painter employed by the Ten. m I This Js'an opportunity, to visualize i nl

1 tiessee Coal, Iron and Railway Com week commencing March 31st has' beet set aside as .DRESS UP patriotic loyalty!

411 pany street,,and Birmingham resides at: .910 Sixty-eighth. WEEK all over the"United States, during that week the merchants: La Tampa

"Before I began taking it I only will exert themselves to make special displays of seasonable foods aid attractive I -- --- ,,---T ---

i weighed 185 pounds. Today I got on 111111 11111111 11 1111111 APPLICATION. TO BELL: ,' HEAL: ES-
t'' the scales and tipped them at 156a i inducements for the sale of Spring and Summer Merchandise.This Of TATE i

gain of 21 pounds-and more than I ,
has been for months this occasion and Legal.'Advertisements. K.tateM...D. Tladsll Deceased
ever weighed in my life. That's exactly store preparing for our j

for me.what Just four look bottles at this of belt Tanlac! I had did stock is most complete with the very best and latest i in Fashion's. Factory. Notice 1 hereby given to all whom It
may concern that Rosa .I). Tindall, as
to let it up four Inches, and it Is still This Up Week 8th. Administratrix the estate of M. D.Tindall .
Dress brings yon right up to April < H III II I Hill II II I IIMMAIOR'S of
{ tight on me. Deceased will,' on the JSrd day"

.) "About seven years ago I commenced IMIOCLAMATIOKIUnder of AprilA. D. 1917, apply to the Honorable -,
'; having stomach troubles and it EASTER SUNDA Y T. M. Murphy, County Judge In
'j' having and by virtue of the powervested
'
x kept cettingworse until I began '. .
k In me, 'I. H. U. May, Mayor of and for said County' at his office In the
.' attacks of acute indigestion. the City ,of Klaalmmee.. Florida, do Court House In aald County, at l6>
When these attacks came on me I Which adds to the- attractiveness of the week as a Special Shopping, hereby announce proclaim,' and declare o'clock a. m.,' or aa "soon thereafter
would just swell up like a mule with that an election .will ba held at "
the City Hall In said city. during theleiral as the matter can be 'heard, for authority
Week in South Florida's
the colic, and got as limp as a rag. Shopping Center and to the
;;, hour of voting'on Saturday, the to sell. ,, at public or private Bale,
I My breath would get short, and my Slut.day of March A. D. 1817. for the
) weak I was afraid heart purpose of electing the following' office the following described real( atater t In
pulse so my
'. Glenn Shoe Store m for'the term ,of one,year, via: said County, towiltLot. :
,. would atop beating. The stomach Company I '. One' Mayor, e. 8, 10, 11 and -12 of plock4 of
\ pump had tq be used every time as One Clerk Lilly's Second Addition.
this the only thing that would re, .' One Marshal and Tax Collector Lots 1. tad lOot Block Q of AVoodall' /
i i ) was Our lines of Fine Shoes is' most"complete and right to 'theminute.:' One Treasurer, ,-_. ', &..430>lo's.Artrtlllon. _'_ /
e fleve:: 'Flnally'my' kidneyswent up. South ,
me. .a'
) Also to serve' for the term of. two Lot 1 of \V. C na. Addition
back on me, and I don't believe I was years: of the A. C. U IVallrond '
We in dose touch with the market fashion's
out of pain night or day for four long keep and with demands" and Three- members of the City Council. Lots 1 and > of Hlork S4 arcordlnit lo
H. M. the ofArlal pint of Whittler. filed In tile
I hereby appoint N. 3ratton, J.
years, and I actually got so weak I stock our stoke with the view of always offering our patrons the* latest styles t'aad Gardner, R. D. Oulce. aa Inspectors.. and office of the CI..rk'oC. the Circuit Court. '
could hardly stand on my feet-much (> M Shearouae as clerk of paid election. Lots 1.6, 6, 7, 17. IK, 19. 28, 18. 27. 18,
less work. I was fading away fast, best values. \. 1 IS, SO. SI 82.. of .Alyea's Subdivision of ,
ti"reunto' the 41'rtW( ? t I' : .
In witness whereof I have quarter' of Section SS,
and got down to where 1\nly.'elihed 1, vj' Township SS, Ranite >1, .,
In shoeifore 'M"e'; Women and Children net my hand an Mayor of said city and "
"70'pounds. t was almost.'*walking our big we cater to and always caused the seat of said city to be hereunto Lots 14, 15 and the South-half of 16

skeleton and I tell you I was flirting affixed this :23rd day of February, of the ,Florida Agricultural Company's '
; carry a most comprehensive Eae for each of the best shoes that the art A. V.. 1811. Subdivision. of Section SS. .of Township
would
and I
with my grave, guess n. n. MAY IB, !tang' SI,
I nave been in it if it hadn't been for of shoe making knows .how to produce. Our prices are always consistent with Mayor of City. of Klsslmmee.Atestl . Which :application will be based upon
Tanlac. For four years I couldn't hit (8..1) the petition for such sale now on .file

a lick of work. I guess I was a* near quality and our store service is A-1. ; __ _,J. R. GILBERT City Clerk_ll-4t .In Dated'March said Court. 17th, 1017.

>dead as any man you ever saw to be ROSA H. 'TINDALI,
tp'' alive. But, look at me "now; I am Come to Tampa this week. Make our store YOUR store. Use our NOTICE TO CltKDITOHS A STEED. Administratrix.KRIBBS .

,_. al strong. and as well now as I ever telephone, send your packages here. We .hare a ladies' red room, and are -.. Attorneys for Estate It-It
.. ....
was in my life, and can do as big a la Ce.rt .r tae .t" oJ. Oscedat.e.ty

'day's work las any man. always glad to make yon welcome and comfortable. State .r Fiends: In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial -
"Yes, air If ever 'a ,mOl tel man has Circuit of the Stale of Florida "
(. re Estate et James \V Lilly. In and -for Osceola. County. In Chan '
len through the rub I am tho inan.
cery. V. A. rHroup :
1 have paid out, I guesi, not less than To all Creditors; Legatees. Distributees I ford. complainant..and"it. OTo.lIt: .
( i '.600 in the past six or seven years and all Persons having Claims or drew, et ai. respondents. Quiet title. .:
Demand against said Estate: Order of publication. To all whom It l'
GLENN SHOE CO.
liiin > and
ioi doctors' bills and me, < i, may It appearing' from tha '
You, and each of you are hereby'notified i..n'f;
medicines and
Have
bought enough .. M to. present any claims and demands worn Complaint flied In the
Interest in1' one of them and I was "*" which. you, or either of you, mavhnva above .entitled cause that there ..re'per.on. '
Interested In the In.
drug stores in'Birming'iam! ) own an TAMPA, FLORIDA, U.: S.' A. against: the estate of. James W. scribed In the Bill of Complaint property
Lilly I deceased, late of Oscenla county,
interest in one of them, and I was 507 FRANKLIN STREET' TELEPHONE 4462 Florida.' to.i the undersigned executrixof said casry other than the known respondents ,
lucky not to 'have an .undertaker's said eyitatewithin two years from as.namd therein and that
the of such other
names Interested
persona so
kind it all the date hereof,
;a. bill to up.
| C are unknown to complainants,
D. ed,March 17th 191T.
"I have been a painter all life ALICE WILDRlfc and there alao appearing bit certain:
and have had painter's colic severaltime. ...ft, 1> : Executrix. named respondents said Bill who.eballltl.m.1
that had lot to do ) names and initials are not
., so'guess a given because they are unknown And'
with my condition. Anyway,' there In ,Circuit: Court for the Seventh Ju. that relief la prayed In the said Bill of
.deemed to be nothing that would dleiaJ Circuit of the State of Florida Complaint against the said unknown,
w In and for Osceola County., In Chan* ,
respondents It la therefore ordered
straighten me out Every time I heardof oery. ;, P. 'A. Stroup and A. t>., Frankford. that Vaughn-a Carr _, Sand
medicine I ,would it. I ., earaplalnanta, va. Tom B. An.
a new get bin, Knowlea, -i Steck, wife of .
read of Tanlae one day and that's one dr....,let,al. defendant, .. Quiet Title, Edmund F. Steck, and all partleaclaiming .-.'
Order at Publication. To all whomIt Interests In the lands In theBUI -
.;;
hit saved
That's what
time I it right. may concern.It appearing by of Complaint In .the above styled '
me. Why, Tanlac, just raised me right the sworn Bill of Complaint filed In the cause described under ahy of the following
I eat above entitled cause that the respondents parties, Tom B. Andrew, 8 8.
out of my grave. can now anything .o.o..tooooooo.ooo..o occasions
slncerest In his
regret .OtOOOttto.ooooO.OOOOOOOt. hereinbelow
goIng ranged are persons Booth Benjamin Elliott Hammar Tennis -
and actually I eat so much Iget the Everglades doses lei first whose residences and .ages are unknown P. Hammer Benjamin E. Hammer

ashamed of myself My 'landlady O R. J.; BOLLES. EMPIRE 0O staunch friend and builder, at whose t' THE' COUNTRY .. *00- and that relief la Bought In the Blair Burwell, Jr., Blair Burn!!., Jr.. a
aid suit against them. It la therefore
said the other day she would have to Vaughn, Carr A Co., Vaughn, _i A
BUILDER O coming the development of an empire ordered that Tom B. Andrew. B 8. Carr.Charl. Samuel T. Carr, Fanny J. Carr. II
'raise my board. I I told her! though, 0I had its inception.-Palm Beach Post.. t When the.! evenin' shade is fall- t Booth, Benjamin Klllott Hammer. Ten. ... Qodolphln Bennett. William .1
she must remember that :for four t to.I : ttOtOOOO..O..OOOOOO I : 0 In. at tbe endin' o' the day-an' 0 nl. P. Hammar, Benjamin E. Hammer, Henry Bennett. William H. Hollla, and '
Blair Burwell, Jr. Blair Burrell, Jr.,
she made money off of me, and the following trustees under the will
years ACID .-a fellow rests from labor amok. 0 Carr A Co., _
SOUR, STOMACHS Vaughn Vaughni of Hamilton Dlaston deceased Henry :'
that I was only making up for lost *, In' at his pipe o' clay, there's O Carr; Samuel T. Carr, Fanny J. Carr Dlsaton, Edmund 1". Steck, Tacony
4r 'time Why seven or eight biscuits ata The passing of Richard J. Bolles :::' GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach nothin' does him so much good 0 Charted Oodolphln l Bennett. William Raving Fund Safe Deposit. Titlek ,"
meal don't but I will Henry Bennett. William H. Hollla, and Trust Company of Philadelphia. Ps
satisfy me now, closes another chapter in the history '
<
be fortune up or" down. as the O the following; trustee under tile will and the following other Elisabeth :
just quit at that for fear I will over. of the Everglades. It is hardly ten "Pape'ni."epain"- digests 0 little country paper. from his ol',* of Hamilton Dlton, deceased Henry. W. Dlsston, "Sandlln persona A Knowle."

,do, matters, but everything tastes so years since he became identified with ., 3,00,0.; grains food ending all home town. It ain't a thing of O DUaton...... Edmund F. SteckfO, as *.uetftru..t. Bandlln -.- Knowle,' _.
good And sleepl! why I and the following; other per Steck wife of Edmund F. Steck, If
to me now of aU land during any
this greatest projects, 4
an' its
beauty ain't 00yo .
wake if didn'tcome stomach misery'lu five print always eons Ellaa-beth K HI..ton, "Sandlln kKnowles of said parties are deceased, or claimIng -
never would up they administration of Governor I "
the minutes. clear, but it straightens out his 0 Sandlln Knowlei, Interests therein under J.L. Sand
in and'shake me., .I haven't'pain a Napoleon B. Broward. His purchase of temper when a feller's feelin' 0 .- Stock wife of Edmund F. Sterk.h. lln deceased or otherwise claiming Interests
about me r.ok." of )land in which I .. and they are hereby required lobe. therein, the said property being
00,000 acres 1908 *
Tanlac is sold by T T'T t''T. Jill! .. placed $1,000,000 in the hands- of the Time its! In five minutes oil 'stomach 4*> his queer face it takes and brushes the wrinkles off the off 0 000' end filed atni In| the ifr'aoTd t<_ the cause Bill In of the Complaint court All the that following part of described Section. property Thirty (via SO):

Tanlae Is sold in Kissimmee exclu- made distress will go. No indigestion, aforpsn.14 1. on or before Monday, the 2nd
trustees, pOlllble the beginning 4 frown, the little from his 0001' that lies South of the County Hf>ad and
JZ.. Roberson St. Cloud heartburn, sourness or belching of paper dm. or April A. D. 1917 otherwise the
all
sively by of the Everglades work on a large 0 that part of Unction Thirty-one (SI)
home town. It tells of all the 00- "duecoum
acid irritation of said Hill of Complaint will In that lies North of the Road
or undigestedfood ,
"by ,,Seminole Pharmacy, and in Ke- scale \ gas County except
I AI ,I' dizziness foul 4 parties an' the balls of Punkin 0 .. of law be taken aa collte..d.1K'l1lnRt Seventy-five. 7M acre., more or
;+ nansville. All Everglades' land owners owe Mr, breath, no headache.Pape's bloating, O Row 'bout who sho spent Sunday <. the said reapondent. It is'further less, bounded on the West by the West'
Bolles debt of gratitude or I ordered that this order be pub. bank of Canal on the South. by the
an immense 0 with
who's itn' how the
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS Diape sin -is noted for its girl, vcrops'll Halted once a week, for eight con.u.tlve County Road, on the East-by the East r
for he was the first pioneer capitalistto < an' feller 000 weeks In' the Klaalmme Valleyclacette.
tpeed in regulating upset stomachs.It grow, keeps a line of said Section Thirty-one (SI),
have the courage. of his convictionsto is the surest, quickest stomach < posted 'bout who's up ,an' who < a weekly. newspaper publishedand and on the North by the water' edgeof
.The following is the list of adver. interest himself in the reclamationof of Kt'neral circulation In the cityof Fish Lake; also excepting the Righttof
4 is down that little <
the whole
remedy world and J besides country aper Klssimmeft, county of Oaceola, and
in Klssim- "Way of the Railroad aa It
tired letters remaining the the Everglades. His action inspired it is harmless.: Put an' end to < from the ol' home town. Now I <> i State of FlorIda. Witness the Honor. said lands, an Id lands lying paasea'through In
mee postofflce for the two weeks ending confidence in the huge enterprise and stomach trouble forever bv getting a O like to read the 'dailies an' the <- I. able: James \V. Perkins aa .Judge of Osceola' County Fla do appear to thecomplainants'
1917 I his finances and Governor Haiti Court and my name Clerk Bill of Complaint herein .
9th : support enabled large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapep < story papers, too, an' at times a 0 thereof and the Heal of Bald Circuit before
flied
on or Monddy the 7th
Mrs.' Betsey Bendrews,. Warren Broward to fulfill his promises sin from any drug store. You real. < yaller novel, an' some other trash 0 <'ourt, at Klanlmmee, Oaceola County of May, A. D. 1017,..else In due course day of'
Blackburn, Mrs. Oleava Byrd Mrs. R. made as a candidate for governor on Ize in five minutes bow needless it is 0 don't;, ybu? But when I want 0 Florida, on thl* the 1st day of February law the said Bill of Complaint will betaken

i Burdett, D. Arthur Clapp (2)), Thos. J.. a platform pledged to the drainage of to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsiaor 4 some readin' that will brush 0Oaway A. D. 1917. J, L. OVERSTREET. a. confessed by said unknown
Callan Miss Mattie Sue Echo, Mrs. the Everglades.Since stomach disorder. It is the parties. It Is further ordered that this a
any the frown I want the little 0 Aa Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid. order ba published once a week. for IS
Alice Bucks, Charlie Holeson, Orson Mr. Bolles first identified him- quickest, surest and most harmless paper from' the ol' home town. 0lxq (Circuit Court Seal) consecutive week. In the Klsslmmea
Mrs.T. J. Johnson Geo. self with this doctor In.the world. 1 JOHNSTON & GARRETT Valley Gazette, '
iY. Hunt (8)), drainage work, he continued stomach i O 0 A* Counsel for Complainants. T-St a weekly newspaperpublished
R, King. ; Miss Ruth King, F. N..Petti- : to give I it, his .80le attention 'in the County and of general of Oseeola circulation and

grew, W. F. Prescott.. Maggie Thomas, and earnestly supported the' advancement S. S. Griffin the well known real :otOOOotOt OOOOOOOOO NOTICE State of Florida. 'Witness the Honor

M. B. Williams, 220 Beaumont Ave.B. of the project. He was a famil- estate man of Orlando, spent sometime -- Sealed bIde will be received by the able James W.' Perkins as Judge of
B. SIMPSON ar figure among land owners to whom here during the week on business ;: Board of County Commissioners of Osreola said Court and my name as Clerk

Postmaster. its death comes as a great shock and and pleasure combined. Take Herbine for Indigestion. It county up to 10 a. In' April 2nd, said thereof Circuit and Court the official at Klsslmmee.seal of Os th.
. 1917, on cleaning; moss from oak treeson
relieves the pain in a few minutes and courthouse lot. Board re.erv".the ceola County. Jo'iorlda. on this the 1st
c forces the fermented matter which right 5u accept, or reject fiSTIrJ'i day .of February A. D.' 1S17J .
a J. U. ,; L. OVERSTREBT
causes the misery into the bowels
,
I / 3-3t Clerk for said Board. As Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid
where I it Is expelled., Price .50e... Sold Circuit Court Seal) --'- --
Y / il _-, by Qsceola) Pharmacy.No JOHNSTON' A OARRETT.Aa
a - : '. 'N CIRCUIT COURT STATE Of FLORIDA . Counsel for m {nant.. 7-lSt '
'' ''; f .\ ,. '
rd"i't . ; ; .fr' :

; ':.' tj ; :' ',' Rep Ml..rt .f tae Cs>. //.. .( ; ; } ; : Charles L. COulsan and Carrie Seager, .
:; \ FIRST STATE! BANK OF KBNANSVIL.L.K Defendants. n..rt"t. .f tto. istenl.r
',o\''' ,,: 'J; ; ". -- "
.
; .f <, /.';' 'A SQUIRREL :,. '. ." '1MY! ,: .. at KB Fl*.>;:>*vUI.. .**. the Kla T7lsw i tm. .f.B=:!-t..f Seventh' Judicial. !rcmlt, Osceola County. 17. .. Lad Of Feb.See; 10.t, 1S17 nelaesirllle. Fla.

...\"' ... ., ,. ."'j:1j, ": ",, .... MarekO, 1.ITRESOURCES . In Chancery.It I

." ,;'. {t, <;" '. appearing by affidavit appended to Notice Is hereby given that Casper L.
Loans on real e.t.te._._._--__$ (00.00 the bill flied In the above-stated cause Heath, of LousThman Florida, who, on
,, 'I,, : Loan on collateral security that Charles/ L. Coulson and Carrie April 22, 110. made Homestead Entry,
other than real estate.-__-. 1,445.93 Seager, the defendanta therein named No. 01664 for Nwi. of NW%. Section
XII other loans and dlacounts. 5.08T.S4 are nonresident of the state of Florda 14. Township SB S., Range 17 E.. Talla-
_.. ,.__ __ _._I basses Meridian, has filed notice of In*
With marled persevefance will take a nut in its mouth scamPer off to '.' Overdrafts ?> ? ?_* 11.15 andare, residents of the city of
. panklna house furniture and Detroit State of Michigan and each are tentlon to maka Five-year Proof to establish .
fixtures __ ......-. .814.811 over the age of twenty-one years; It la claim to the land above described
.a, place_ in the grass, and bury it; then, come back,, get another andP" Due from Incorporated bank, 3.11I.lil therefore ordered that said nonresident before Clerk Circuit Court at Klaalm-
V 1 Check and exchanges. for' defendant be and are hereby required mee, Florida on the SOth day of J>March
clearing ..:-..._ .._..__..._. S].86 to appear to the bill of complaint Sled 1917. '
_' to proceed as before.Iaetinctively Cash on hand .,,-_..-__-._ l. .4.S7 In' aald cause on br before Monday the Claimant names .. witnesses: '
ith day of April, A. 'D. 1S1T otherwlae.he B.. O. Hancock of Lougbman Florida. >t
I he knows its time to prepare against misfortune, hrd' Total.1,839 r 0 allegations of Mid ,bill will betaken B. R. Fields, of LoughmanFlorida.
k. V< 'a* confessed by said defendant. Peter Daley of LouKhman Florida.'
\ LIABILITIES It Is further ordered that'this order Joseph. Swain., of iuoughman. Flor
times and lack of supplies while he ' Capital stock paid In_ --
can. : 15,000.00. be published once a week! for four consecutive ida.Bt r
MNVOKin i Undivided, pronti (less expenseand week* In the Klsslmmee Val- ROE'?'. W, DAVIS Reg-later.;

Apply. the lesson yourself, start ,with any ,modest; ,'sum. :!\Persew' f Individual Taxes deposits Paid ._subject,.-.__to 41.41. said lay l Qaett county. a and newspaper atate. published' In. . -

I ] t Check.-Check-Outsttndfng 8,760.01 This lit day of.February. I SIT.J. To Cure a Cold la Ono Day .
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. i vere-continue persistently' at it, and you will be ..surpri.ed' ,the re'o; hqt : Cashier's Ct. L. OVER8TREBT. TaketAXATIVB BROMO Otilnlne.. It stop the" J&.

/, -.t c Total,__.i-..,......";::.A..i$11., .88S.10 (Ct Seal)PLkDOER.Clerk Circuit Court. Conch and Headache and werks OH the Cold.
suit. This bank'off en'you the- pportur ity. t. I i'' ir *Jr'., :,, : ; . O'BRYAN Solicitor A for .Complainant. 11-St D uegISs retuad mosey If.It fails to c....
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State of Florida, : B. GROVK signature on each boa. SSc.
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Great Interest Manifested By Taxpayers..Question ; Boys and.Strictly "No Men Invited" Affair..Inter- i

'As' to Whether County-wide or eating Program of Toasts, and Sayings

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". d1iJ Mrs. E. E. Wells)
there will be a great Improvement in the good roads of Osceola 4; tablet' fragrant' with roses and gay with national colors, the 1
)' within a comparatively short time, seems to be an assured WITH of Klsslmme-t feted the returning Company B with a
,.: ..' A combined effort on the part of the taxpayers as a whole .at the Graystone Hotel Tuesday- night, When plates
has resulted from the activity of a special committee .twenty-five/ LJ: _ were laid for one hundred and ten guests, and the most prominentand I
representative taxpayers chosen by'the Kissimmee Board of Trade. These 1' popular ladles: ot the city vied with each 'other in honoring the khaki. '1
11 gentlemen have (given} this important matter' much! careful attention, and clada;who have for the past nine month being doing border duty .
have fronrtiniVio time"mfl 'keep'everybody informed as to their1'' progress.: Indications atp'esent'wrlt.- given-in-their-honor- Banquet by the Board of Trade by lodges and ori.gcnlzatlons ,b
,, Ing are that those obstacles which were placed in the way of the recent a* well as other festivities, but in all these demonstrations not
bond issu knocked up by the Supreme Court will not come up in the future, one woman has .been given the slightest place,,and a welcome where:no
it being the desire of all concerned to go into this great improvement work' ,mother;wife or sweetheart has a part seemed so inadequate to"express the
i ina manner: which will be satisfactory to_the: majority of the peopU'ofOscVbla' joys of the community) that this banquet resulted. '
p :. Just what'definite 1ine'_arp;to be! adopted; ! to as* 're the good.Foade'has It was an inspiring sight Thevlight gleamed and glistened. on the
I til not been decided upon.' Man o gujrgestions have been offered, all beautiful gowns of the women in sharp contrast to the somber uniforms)
of them feasible, committees from the Kissimmee Board of Trade and the and on the smiling! faces where even the Mexican sunburn could not concealthe
trade body of St. Cloud are working together, and it is thought that within firm lines, which these months of service have brought the Kissimme
the next day or two, these will have arrived at some scheme by which the boys and all the while as a fitting background to the picture, ,the air vibrated -
R County Commissioners can be petitioned to call an election for. .bonds at with patriotie airs so dear to the American heart. l
the meeting of that body to be held next week. The guests were seated at three long tables\ where soldiers and maid
Just whether'there be a county wide bonding: election, or a district alternated while, another;' table was arranged across the end.forming a .
matter Is a question which has not been settled. This depends a great deal base, and here were seated distinguished! visitors, .officers" of the companyand
upon the action of the committees which are consulting with the people thoM who would respond to toastll. 'Wi' '
from the St. Cloud district., At recent meetings held here within the past In harmony with the Idea of making this evening one of gayety only
:few days the various phases of the situation were thoroughly discussed, and of indulging'in' a laugh at the expense of the men who had refused the
,, and it seemed to be the consensus of opinion that a codnty wide bond issue women admittance to the banquet they, had given in honor of the boys, the
would be the proper thing. This'would insure, quicker action, results wouldbe toasts were arranged to burlesque those at the previous banquet and hilarity .
realized a great deal quicker, danger from.attack by objecting taxpay-' prevailed while the well known spsakers of the city were-so wittily car.featured. -
ers would be lessened, and far better results' in general could be IMrs.
The St. Cloud section, at this time, appear to be' more In, favor of district ,- J. E. Lupfeir was a gracious toastmaster, introducing the speakers
bonds; however, and this is the point on which definite action' along the with apt remarks and after the invocation offered by Mrs. S. II. Bullock,
good roads movement is hanging fire temporarijy. Hopes .are entertained, Sr., she eulogised the boys in brown a a follows i :
however, that if the people of St. Cloud realize the benefits 'of the county- ."To paint the lily, to gild the rose, to add another hue to the rainbowwould
wide proposition, that they also would be in favor of this line of action. J>e extravagant.- like manner would it be useless to lengthy
Where a're other minor obstacles in the way.'Which, however, will be over- BILLY BOW 'EGS (CHO-FEE-HAT-CHO) phrases of appreciation; to our guests of honor, tonight-.our boys In khaki,
come, and it is almost an assured fart that bids for the conllt.ru ) brown. For several days they're in our midst, on.our streets, in our homes
roads throughout Osoeola county will be advertised for within a remarkable A Seminole Warrior of More Than Usual .Intelligence, Who Is a Frequent and uppermost in our hearts. Our smiles, our.warm hand grasps 'have bid
... short time. Visitor to Kiisimmee, Venturing Beyong the' Confines of .His Ever you welcome thrice welcome. Tonight we gather' round this festive boardto

Friday night of last week the special taxpayers committee appointedby glade,Home Much Oftener Than Any of His'Tribe. Billy is an Enthusiastic break the bread,to drink your,health,. to listen to your tales.1 of Laredo
the Board of Trade met, and or- "Booster" In'Recognition of Which He Holds an Honorary Life Member- lie.. We sit. with expect4nt:: hearts ;
ganized.' A majority of the members attuned to listen to the tales
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was elected chalrman,-with A. E. 0 LIKE 4o4o"GAZETrEJUST .. O : cause you refbmIto us; this,night. U
Thomas secretary. Then it was decided LETTER 0 DECORATE YOUR HOMES dear because of associations ,that
9 that some action should be takenat 0 .FROM HOME; 0 FIRE LADDIES HONOR AND BUSINESS HOUSES 0 I have lingered since childhoods, this
once in order to assure the commencement .*, 0 IN HONOR OF G. A. R + night is dear because we sit together. .
of the .good roads work., 4o. Letters of appreciation fromsubscribers1 + in our fair home l land, in our ,horoe'
Suggestions were made along various 4 in different sections + RETURNING MEMBERS The State Department of the V town. -
'lines by mnay of these present. A of the country are received quite .* 0 Grand 'Army of the Republic will is"
committee! was appointed, consisting 4o'frequently by the Gazette, the . 4 meet here next week. Hundreds "Down where welcome l .'never'stronger
of Messrs. C. A. Ward,' S. B. Aultmanand following reaching our desk 0 *> of delegates and other visitors "
FROM THE BORDER Than when the U given the, t
handclasp
Earl .Lupfer, to confer with the Wednesday from a prominent are expected. Show your appro. 4 ., .
people from the St. Cloud district, in. v, resident of Lorimer, Iowa! I I elation of the old soldiers by decorating 0 stranger; \ ,>.;-.
rite delegations to meet the Board of "Enclosed find check for renewal 0, -, -- J JI *. your business house and'*, Down.wheN the smile dwells.a little!
Trade committee for a general discussion subscription to your most O v residences with Aha National col-. *' longer- .
: on the matter. Chairman Car. valuable paper, the Kissimmee The KisBlmmee Voluntary Fire I{called upon for 'experiences" and ors-no more appropriate wel-, That's where the south begins.,

'eon called attention to the fact that Valley Gazette.' Your excellent Department made merry Monday their replies were characteristic. come can be given The committee Down where'the; roses bloom/ all win-
no time could.be lost and urged that t '4o periodical is just like receiving night with a banquet in honor of their "Jimmla"*Buckles commenced:. "Well in charge of the entertain- ter, .
'the matter be taken up from a legal 4 a letter from home. Please1' see .* former members who have just returned ? boys, I. tell you I'm glad to be home, raent features of the'encamp- < And the water. sparkles a little bright-.
standpoint, as well. Upon motion of 0 that do not mias 'single copy; 0 from border duty. from the border and I hope I ment have made this request, er
Mr. Stanford, County Attorney Cadel could,hardly do Without.it. As I 0 The boyg were guests of J. J: Mc- never be called down there again.may The and is hoped that there will be a And the bonds of home. are a'wee'' bit
< have 100 acres of land In Osceola 4 Crannie at the Dixie Theater for the *
was asked to look into this feature'atthe did good 'work and it's all prompt compliance. Wednesday tighter.. Og
earliest possible moment. Ad-. county, a town lot in St. Cloud, early hours of the evening and later right company to.. fight. for one's but 4 will, be the day the G. A. R. dele- 0 That's where the/ south begins.'
jUirnmentWas then take' until Monday 0 one In Taft, and five acres near 0 assembled at the Broadway Cafe, it's another country, gates and their friends a.....to be *
| thing to eat it ( are : trifle
# 4 Lake Worth, I am .looking- for- 0 where a long table had been referring Down where the skies ; *
when' the commit. tempt. treated to
'night special to the alkali dust-,;;.ard to drink it, an auto ride to the bluer 1
tee was asked to make its report. 4 ward to the near future when 14 ingly spread under Proprietor Mc- too," was added by Ira Best who points of Interest. the community 0 y trifle
L Instead of Monday the committee 4 hope to become a resident of Crannie's personal attention. The delicious spoke later. 0 and it is requested that all 0 Down where the friendship's'a' .

.,yr asked fora meeting on Tuesday, inasmuch I. your great and wonderful coun-' course banquet was complete' Roy Graves and Edward' Newton'' parties having cars tender them < truer,and faith and love endure
1' as the St. Cloud people desired try. 4 in every" detail from the appetizing ; told of some of the hardships the sol- to the:committee in charge for 0 And hope ,
south
f to'' have a large representation at the P "Yours very truly; oyster cocktail to the black coffee and dier boys endured and the latter facetiously this occasion. 0 That's where the begins. 1
vession when this matter was to be "JOHN W. KELLER." cakes. I' let Dr. Hyatt, who Down. where the velvet breeze la blow. "
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taken up with the hope that some definite 4. Fire Chief Lupfer presided as toastmaster InaWhere ,
guest at the banquet, in.on some of '
plans could" t>e outlined or adopted. 44 OOO.oo OOOOO... and allowed no time to hang the medical practices connected with there's music in' every. 'water1'
Accordingly the session was heavy and'when boys were not occupied border service.'W. COUNTY AGITATION IS flowingAnd ,
then held, called to order by Chairman PROGRAM 34TH ENCAMPMENT in doing full justice to the G. McGowan made fine talk- the golden fruit. ,,.is' ever grow-
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Carson, and after waiting some C. k R.; DEPT-OF FLORID "spring fries," etc., they were exchanging expressing the pleasure of all the soldier s ASSUMING DEFINITE SHAPE inj1Iere's:-'-'
time for the St. Cloud delegation to KISSIMMEE, APRIL 3 TO 4 jokes and witticisms.The boys in being home again. lie Much where our pleasure.reigns to
I put in an appearanee,-got down to ---,.. .smoker following the feast was said: "None of the boys wereused to I, has been said likely about i. night." T . "
business. C. A.Ward, chairman of the Monday Evening, 7:30 Informa given over an impromptu talks from roughing, it and I tell some'of the formation of a new county, the agitation .' ..
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special committee, reported that the reception of all visiting organizationsand the boys when no formal program was hardships were pretty tough. I would from the Okeechobpe section, and "Mayor" Laura Thomas ',. : .
meeting with the people from that followed, but all added their bit to the *
like to take this occasion to thank the from all indications this has assumed
citizens I Miss Laura Thomas responded-< "
\ and at Graystone1 Hotel. Ad-
section had been a most friendly pleasure of- the hour. Chief Lupfer
I 1 harmonious one, but personally felt dress .of welcome by Mayor Cadel. ; reply started the ball rolling"'by welcoming 'cigars company we for received the boxes and of I'd food like and to definite shape. A meeting was held the toast., "In Memory of J. S. Cadel."

that a countywide bond issue Would by Commander'Helrath. the returning boys and expressed the thank the.ladies of Kissimmee for the at the above named place this week, (mayor elect" ), with the following"Ukeoff a ,

not be acceptable to them unless it Tuesday, 9 rSO-Business meeting at hope that they would never,be called occasions when they remembered us. and the matter, It is said,. will be : };,
could be shown them that such action respective headquarters. back into the service, but that they I can tell you we sure appreciated it. taken Up before the next Legislature.The Madam Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen "
; would get for them just what they de- 11:00-Parade. Order 'of would continue to fill their important The then called to : First, I wish to express my {
parade- visitor
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aired. Mr. Hopkins, who accompanied !St. Cloud DrunLCOl"Js._Company. B, place as citizens of Kissimmee. speak-and-Dr.- -Hyatt='-reepondedt on by proposed county (Is to be made rapof"thi grateful- thanks..to_the. good people,. .,
y 'Mr.- Ward on" his mlsaion, coincided National Guard of Florida, G. A. ,R. An"interesting feature-of his"talk saying he was proud to address the eastern porPonoof; DeSoto who by electing "ME" to the honor.'
with the report of the latter gentleman and ex-Confederate soldiers, W. R. C.,1 was the review of all the work done brave and gallant boys present For county, southern part of Osceola, able positipn as mayor of' Kl sate
1 saying that a great deal of work Ladies of G. A. R. Route starts at by the fire department'during the absence he said, "While I appreciate the cour- western boundary of,, St.- Lucie and which I shall use as a stepping
had to be done before the matter could 'Graystone, north to Main street, south I of the boys who have been serv- age of the boys who defend their the northeastern part of Dade county, to a higher political career, and, which ''"
finally be agreed upon, in his opinion. to. Emmett, north to Graystone. ing in Company B. This waslistened country in camp and border life, I appreciate with Okeechobee as the county) seat. has made it possible for me to appear, w
Attorney J. S. Cadel was present, Tuesday, 1:30-Business meetings. ,to with pleasure and many word of too, the boys of the Home Should this go through the Legislature before you in this happy occasion
and gave the legal phase of the van- 7:30--Reception..Graystone,. by commendation were heard for the fine Guard--those who fight the fire fiend. Osceola county will lose aboutfortytwo where together we can manifest by'social
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of bond Issues. Personally record shown' delights our 'pleasure- the return ;
our,manner Pedirewfck!" Circle Ladles of G. A. R. to miles. of,Us territory {
a he.llIIld, he would rather see theeounty.wlde all visiting organizations to the con The boys from the border were (Continued On Page Two.). of ,Ki!:-immee'a soldiers.

i issue, for the reason that vention. I. LIVE OAK,MAN W, R. DORM AN, I To say that we are proud of our
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'* '. stronger In'ev..ry sense than district 1:30-Business meetings. Enlist In (the : Needs You Hon. W" : R. Dorman- of Live Oak, them-who, fired by that spirit of patriotism -
'bonding.. To.back up his statement he ''7:3O-G. A.: R. Campfire at Baptist IVavy-Your .,(Country was selected head consul of the state which has ever characterized ;
'> 'read excerpts from the decision of the church of this great'country. left
4 to which all visitors and cltl.F.enll' head the people
W. O. W. in session at
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'Supreme court handed down when the and members of the Florida Na- Orlando.camp Other officers elected their bomes,.thelr parents, and all the-
h '9260,000 bond Issue was knocked: out. tional sent' are: which make their" young' +
Guard are invited. surroundings
'In the of' his remarks, Mr. The following telegram was ut byr. Secretary of the Navy Head'advisor, C. K. Sage, Ocala; to cast their lot with '
course Headquarters, Graystone Hotel. Josephus Daniels the the in' which' he head ranker K. H. Weaver Bristol lives happy
w Cadel stated that if action was taken Business ty p\ throughout! county, ; others who left all,'and responded to-;
Headquarters
Baptist asks forco-operation in calling to the'attention of the young' men head'eacort, G. P. Lamb. Arcadia;
next land
'eii the committee before the session Church. call of their native
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that the is the full and recruits head watchman T. B. er
Commissioners navy to be recruited to strength, that ,i Phillips, Or.
of the County W: R. C. 'Headquarters! -Presbyterian are rieeded: A t. lando; head sentry, C. J. Ferrell Glen As mayor welcome your return-
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i% that, body could be petitioned for week.the Church. 'Washington, D. C: March 26*.-President Wiisqn last" night sign Haven; board'o managers, C. M. and as mayor I free extend to you '
calling of an election next Ladies of G. A. ..R O. Q. Howard d'rected' all the privileges pos
the ed an executive; order that the authorized enlisted strength of: Horn, Grand Ridge; W. J. Roebuck,
C Answering made a number it clear of that questions the countywide Post Room. 'i the navy be'lncteased'to 87,000 men. He was authorized by Congress, ,Lake City; Schofleld, Inverness; representatives sible, promising to be lenient with ,
attorney in case of emergency, to direct such increase In enlistment. New ships 1 to the Sovereign Camp your Joy riding. and chicken pileau
+ bonding feature would be' the -A CORRECTION >: 'and'ships In reserve are being fully' commissioned as rapidly as possible I ire T. I.. Rollo, Pens cola: HaL W.. parties as long as,I have' an Invitation ,.... .
advisable. ,:
"mast i'the and the need Is imperative for a larger enlistment to man them. Adams, Mayo, and S, Cook Miami to join them with yon.
Mr. Stanford expressed opinion In last
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There has been net increase of'over 8,600 In enlistment since Congraa. -
i that If the St.Cloud people thoroughly printed the a -"'.Anne ,Cars
x we picture of a handsome recently authorized' increase, but'many' more are needed J NICHOLAS, EX-CZAR OF'RUSSIA.' "A la PJed&; Bryan **
understood the paragraph of the residence and
4 stated that It was the Mil ton' Pledger' was next
and this need Attorney
needed girlngspe
now; Will, you Mot emphasize' by -
y supreme court decision read by Mr. property of Lesley and Ba.... Oar attention cian prominence in your paper to the president's order.' J ESCAPES FROM' PRISON- PALACEAn (miss) quoted by Miss Anne CarsonIn
Cadel; and if they 'could be assured has been called to' the fact clever talk *In .
'The navy offers exceptional! advantages young men of stuff the on: -Appreda.tion y
1 just what could expected if a bond that this property belongs' Mr." W, Overseas News Agency dis- Milton *' Sb..aiMadam '
and'a.blilon'to in the first line for national defense., In this of Pledger. v
serve
Issue of to be. called, C. Bass patch March ZSfrom Berlin makes "
the county was individually, and we cheer.folly I I
t 'emergency have opportunity and the privilege. .performing Chairman Ladies and Soldiers
.they 'would not object to'such action. make the correction. you : the t announcement that Nicholas KominofT
or this public service;and I am confidently appealing' to for .It would the wisdom el
Attom-V-W. Crawford felt that Ue' " **BBS PS B M B ** yon yourcordial i ex-Czar of Russia, has escaped : requl1'e\ +
these people were assured where; the Capt: S. J.' Entriken of rfarcoossee and helpful, eo-cperatkm.: from j his'palace prison It is believed a Cattsthe sagacity a/Roosevelt: ..
', L swsssaess* wag a business 'visitor to, ,thv city '-JOSEPHUS DANIEAS,Secretary of the N V7." le is fleeing. for the Busso-Swedlsh '.1
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t. FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION HEADY mm CITY ELECTION TO BE TOMORROW-NEW'' MICE CARRY DisEASE- ;'JI


TO. GET TOGETHER FOR BUSINESS S April. Uncle Sam'sWar Month I Kill ThM P..t.Bx Using .
i' .- OFFICIALS TO TAKE CHARGE SOME TIME DURING NEXT( WEEK[ .

War of revolution, began I t i I ELECTRICR
April 19, 1775; ended April 11, -- PASTE
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The Kissimmee Farm Loan Association been.made since that time for the ,
which organized severalmonths per 1783.Northwcatern The general pity election will beheld for the city will be selected at the U. 8. Government Bay It
was manent formation of the organization,+
ago, is now ready to get down and everything Is now in readiess for" September 19, 1790Abgust Indian 'wars 8, tomorrow (Saturday) at tho City time, however ." &OLDBVXRYWHUUt-as.sad LMspending I

to business: and it is expected that acceptance by the government and for 1795. Hall, according to a proclamation recently The inspectors to serve. at the polls ; ;
within a short time it will be are lit N. Bratton, J. M. Gardner R. time in that section Inquest i
very on participation in the .benefits of the War with France; July 9, Issued by' Mayor May. The D. Guice, and G. M. Shearouse will officiate some ,
'a called working for basis. A meeting has been Federal Farm Loan act. 1798. ; September 30, 1800. polls will be open'the usual hours during as clerk. The officers recently|i of devilfish, Is having ''a great '

i morning at the Saturday City Council(tomorrow chamber) 'Tholle:who are now identified withthe War with Tripoli; 'June 10, the day, and at the conclusion of chosen are: Mayor, J. S. Cadel; city time. A few days ago' single-handed, ,

S, and all those who desire to affiliate, association are: Richard C. Thomas 1801; June 4, 1805. the balloting the results' will be tabu. clerk 'J. K. Gilbert; treasurer, J. Z. he I landed two of the:monsters'of the ':
95,000; Chas. A. Garrett. fj.000; Creek Indian war July 27, lated. There will be in II
; no change the Roberson; marshal and tax collector
4>.' themselves with the organization, F. II. Lawson, $4,000( : W. J Fripp, 1813; August 9, 1814. list of officers nominated at the recent I G. W. Overstreet; councilmen, Dr. W. deep, and in company with' apromi,, ,

fi' .snake applications t be for loans, are requested $100; B. C. Miller, $4.000; M.' 1). Alex War of 1812'with Great Britain White Man's Primary, and ti la1 W. Carson, F.. II. Lawson and B. E. i I I rent party of fishermen, the ox-pre.
to hand
on promptly at ander, $2,500; S. T..FansIer, $500; C. ; July 18, 1812; February 17, not thought that very much interest Haley: These will take charge of, heir ident is out on the Gulf after more. of

.11:30.; by'President JThe.jn ietng4wlll'be. Millarwith presidedover H.Funk,: $10,000;, L.. 1L..Nelson.:$.5. 1816, , ,--_' will be manifested in tomorrow'selection respective.offloee! !; probably) ,Tuesday the Interesting! experiences.., -
& C.
000 John H. Fines .J. R.Stratton Seminole Indian war November ) :which "
; $700)) 3s-reallyenly.ratifi.! D1lrbtwhl( will] b. the last session of
.s. T. Fancier the CploneP Roosevelt-is itlng.atltbe
at ,
desk. 1"
secretary's $10,000; Wm.' .Fines $600; F. 20, 1817; October 21, 1818. cation of the primary. charter board the present aldermaniC body. ,
.
'. weeks The association, when formed a few Heale, $3QO.Making a,.total of- $43,+ "TJlack: ,Ha-wVi\; Indian- ',-ws r;' ?, . ..... ," .......... -'- ." .. # ,' .',c, .. home of Dr. Walter S. Turner at Cap, .'
started "
membership ago out with a good 600. April 21, 1831; 'September 30, I lira,.and,ha, received'great'ovations'* ; ,
of some of the most rep Officers are: 'President, B. C. Miller 1832.
resentative farmers and fruit : SPLENDID TRIP EN.IOYED'BY I I.M.t' throughout all sections,of the state. \
grow ; vice president M. D. Alexander Cherokee disturbance or '
cri of this section, and since that time I ; removal I !J. 1 11iRY
secretary-treasurer, S. T. Fansler. ; 1876-1837.:
.3; ,, .quite an additional number of applications Loan Committee: Messrs! F. H. Lawson Creek\li\dian war or disturb- "' TAMPA MOTORCADE PARTYThrough -

have been filed. At the first II M. P. Alexander, B. C. Miller. snc, May Ii, 1836; September HAD''
; Cession held officers were chosen, and Directors F..' II. Lawson B. C. Miller 30 1837.
,
loans : ?i . 'n&._ __ A LITTLE LftM3JHE f
amounting to
$43,000 were subscribed C. H. Funk, M. D. Alexander, S. Florida Indian war; December PASSED \
;y; ', ,to.. Formal application has T. Fansler. 23, 1835; August 14,, 1843. the kindness of Hon. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snow, Jr., AndG MER UA.TE.
e..
e __ _____________ __
o -- uU uuu_ __ .. ... .. n_ Aroostook disturbance; 1835- : Wall of Tampa, the writer was per- Charles S. Wilson.. FOR MC.1E >ir .o, r
: : 1830. milted to ''in' Second car: J. II. Bonacker, Mrs. W. LAMDTMATrtIASED ...;;.0 y i
the THE
TIRE LADDIES HONOR co-operation. The from the participate recent_ ..
response War with Mexico April 24 u G. Miller nRT.mn..na\ Mr._ w... .
; '- om -- i
THEIR RETURNING MEMBERS Gazette's reporter closed the meetnift\ : 1846; July 4, 1848. motorcade made oy a.party of Tam Wagner, Johnstown, Pa. :
which will go down in the annals of Apache. Navajo and Utah pans along the East Coast, going as Third car: Perry G. Wall, Mr. and PALAtC NCR fI ,t

Continuedfrom the fire department as one of its.most war; 1849.1855. far south as'Miami. Mrs. Houston Wall, J. E. Worthington wnsyuncxasti I
( Page One) memorable occasions. Seminole Indian war; 1856- The Motorcade was organized by of Tampa Times and W. B. Harris AT THIS ,. //, P _
And there are no braver body of men 1858.Civil Mr. Wall with the idea in view of of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. 6TORe ',- '

In "Kissimmee the'state of Florida or' GOOD ROADS PROJECT 1 war; April 12, 1861; bringingthe East and West Coasts Fourth car: D. P. Dickie, wife and
IS ASSUMING SHAPE. April 26, 1865.SpanishAmerican. Into closer relations by Ratting better lon, L. P. Dickie, Jr., Mrs. R. B. MARY HAD ALITTLE .
any state than'the fire department. war; April acquainted with each other and incidentally Swearingen, and Mrs. C. C. Parsons. 1 t
lie"dwelt; on the efficiency of/ their Continued .21 1898 December 10, 1898. to fret a closer perspective of Fifth car: J..M Bryan and J J. Hed- APPETITE (,
,. Work and said he had ( From, Page One. ) Ph'lipp1ne' the rick. .
never pen bet insurrection: February >> Everglades drainage project. and it grew to be' quite a good
ter wqrk from any fire company thanof roads would be built how of I 4, 1699J! ; April 30, 1902.. The party' met with open-armed Sixth car: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. sized affair because Mary's moth.er .
1p 'our boys during the Broadway fire many Mexican disturbance; seizure hospitality wherever they went, and Hobert, Mrs. Norwall, and Miss purchased her meats at this '
of a few weeks ago.. He welcomed the what' material, and knew who woulr'i Vera Cruz' and Tampicff, April had time permitted could have spent Blanche, Miller. shop of quality and politeness. Let i
j soldier. boys home.and expressed the the trustees of the funds; the' i i 21, 1914; November 23, 1914; several more days pleasantly and Seventh car: Mr, and Mrs. Abe us serve you from our stock of 4t ,

wish that they might never be recalled would be little, if any, trouble wit! Pershing punttivo! expedition, profitably in that delightful section. Maas. guaranteed foods. We are certainour
,, to duty, hot should the necessity St::Cloud. He cited the take March, 15, 1916; February 5, TM Boards of Trade at both Palm Seventh car: 'Mayor J. M. Giles of meats and our efforts will meet .
course :
:rlse, he said, I am confident that 1 1917.,. Beach and Miami were particularly Orlando and a party of four. with approval.
'every one who can will fo and I'll In Polk county, where a scheme of thf. attentive, having: committees on hand your ."ti

probably be there, mjrs..lf, bat you kind had worked successfully.! ) .ther to pilot,the parties around and show THICK. GLOSSY JlA'JRFREE *>. "
mustn't tell my wife that for aha: I made a motion''that a committee b* EXECUTIVE hem the glories of these nation-wide FROM DANDRUFF City Market
doesn't know it and those COMMITTEE OF resorts. '
yet; who -
appointed to meet with like committee
can't.go should raiN "spuds." Ho Cloud a NAVIGATION DISTRICT MET. At Palm' Beach the party'' visited Girls! Try Ill! Hair Gets'' soft fluffy I
closed his talk by urging the duty on from St. let these men worl .IN the famous Royal Polnclana' Hotel, and besatlful--Gel a 25 cent i
,every citizen of producing some food out some definite plan to be pursued ORLANDO LAST MONDAYAn ''containing;' seventeen hundred rooms, bottle of. Danderine. 0404P00000 ,
,; If only a bit of garden in the back In this matter, to report back to the and having extensive grounds ornamented .o..o.o.o.o. .. '

1 yard.. cpecial Board of Trade committee an Important meeting of the executive with all kinds of flowers and If you care for heavy hair that .'.
Toastmaster Lupfer introduced glistens with and is
beauty
the tropical growth. radiant '
'if ? i next speaker, saving: "Boys, I will soon'a. practicable. This was carrier* committee" ) of the'proposed navigation In Miami, E.G. Sewell\ president of with'life; has an incomparable softness C.W. GRIFFIN '

/4<, now call one one who is a talker, one and the committee was appointed a'4 ,district was held In' Orlando, the Board-of Trade,.and a former KIsRlmmeeite and is I fluffy and lustrous, try ,, '
.,Iel' who loves to.talk, Floyd Tyson," and follows: Messrs. Crawford,"''" Cadel ,i\>st Mbnday.'when' matters of,Impo! devoted his entire time as Dandsrine. .: t
Marshal Tyson arose amid a showerof Ward, .Stanford, Weaver, Lupfer and nee to th-3 great undertaking rte did/several/ other local boosters, to Just one application doubles the Staple and FancyGROCERIES '. :
applause. He said: "You've rot: me Barber.At for showing the party the many'interast- beauty of your-hair, besides it immedlately' 'i. t
;
down wrong when you said I could this juncture a committee, headed p consideration. 'The following 'nl: places for which that most wonderful -,I dissolves every particle of .
, talk-the only time I can really talk is by Sam Brammer reported from 'rom tho Orlando Reporter-Star''will I city II, lustlv celebrated. !.dandruff.'I You can not have nice' ;J
when I'm St. Cloud. Chairman Carson explain be heavy, healthy hair If you have dand'rurf. ,
in trouble and the present Interesting to the people of this Among the Interesting1! things we saw ,
This
'moment is far from ed to these the action taken by the the destructive scurf robs the
that -it there and
(is one of section: were DC.-ring place
the pleasantext moments of life." meeting, and assurances were, given grounds, and Miami Beach, on both'of ..hair of its lustre, Its strength and its Free
my Delivery to all Parts :
The executive life and if not j
.commlttoa of the very overcome it
that
He then they would bring the matter to pro
complimented the work nt the which millions of dollars havo been
'fire the attention of the people from their> navigatirn district met at the San duces a feverishness and itching of of the City "1 1C. 1 s
h with In lavish 4
,. department terms of K'frhest .Yuan today and considered spent the most manner. We the scalp the hair roots famishloos. ;.
,'' district, 'and call a mass meeting for a number ,
praise, saying that 'the also visited the Tflmiami( Trail nbont '.
Kissimmeo' the <>f matters of importance in connec >(?n and die; hen the hair falls out "
boy were second to none. when it purpose matter of, considering which( would the molt Important ion: with the organization work seven mites of which has been built fast. Surely. get 25-ocnt bottle of OOOOO-O OO uo." 44 ,.z
throich sawprassand.. water. This I ,
which is being done to Knowlton's Uanderine from any drug'store "
i
Chief.Lupfer called up the members likely bo some time during thrt week; shape for get affair in road is being built of rock, thesurhf'eat and just try It."TEDDY" t
wf the departments and J. M. Crafton,I and world not'fy the Bbard of Trade carryingout the objects the crest being twenty feet wide :,(
committee just when to meet them. outlined some time ago in these col I F. THRASHER V 4:
Brown Livingston Julius Smith and : Those and! when completed will extend f mm ROOSEVELT IS MUCH
umns. C. R. Walter I
present
s Nick Also gave! assurances!! that they wouli were ; "
Smith all Miami to In tee .
responded with words I Marco county, giving
assist in any to bring about the chairman: p. A. Van!! Agnew.'M.' DEE-LIGHTED WITH FLORIDA SHEE7 METAL WORKER
of welcome to the home-comers and of way : direct rommnnication between the ft s
.commendation establishment of good roads, but that A. Kilvert' Ed F. Keexet. B. H. Wilson, I Mttal Roof. and \
to their fellow workers. \. 1.. East rnd West Coasts by the shortest Put on
r : Bradley stated that while the company the manner In which this was to. bn White A. A. OHlingham and E. possible route. Reports from Punta Gorda are to Caar nt..J .',
done had to be left tothe St. Cloud T. Woodruff G. G. Ware of Leesburg the effect' that Col. Roosevelt
had received mach praise for being the member We found the people of that sec- \ who is PHOpE I49.R KISSIMMEE. '
only of the committee
people as far as that section ; :
was '
C : .' their team work on the occasipn of con absent}) t'on Intensely interested in the completion ,
,
.
t the recent Broadway fire that there cerned. Explanations were made; by A list' of J'lamell' for chairmen of the of the drainage of the 'glades, T- "
I. "were! .other ,fires when they had ob- Chairman Carson of the eral several eomm'tteps but with varying ideas of how it 44044484' O.'O.oOO O O. .OOOO OOOOOOOOOO..
county submitted '
, phases on different kinds of bond' Issues was I
ttainea should be
equally 'a. good results, and accomplished.
I "referred to the conflagration on Beaumont ; .and gave the visiting delegation ; for consideration by the central The Davie farm .located in the edge INSURANCE
a feat deal-of other valuable in @Dmmitte.: Mr. Vans Agnew, and REAL ESTATE
!
avenue when the Fox house was of the Everglades near Dania, was
upon: motion, was authorized to drafta
formation to be of benefit and interest ,
hhww badly damag d. He cited the critical bill to be considered by the visited on the return trip, and each
committee
'i moment when the'roof! was practically to the peopU. The meeting then ad member of the party, after' viewing Let us insure Life
for presentation to the legislature your your Health 1': I
journed, subject to call. your Property.
all
a blaze, making a serious menace which,.It Ia.epeeted'will become law. the magnificent growth of vegetables
'' to neighboring! dwellings' and told how Plans were laid for raising the and fruits on this reclaimed Isnd. were Information in regard to property for I .
fie' prompt action of the neces peply imprcllied' with the* dasirabil'ty : : .< ;
' (prevented further loss company IS IT RHEUMATISM? sary'Mr. Vans funds Agnew for the was inHinl elected expenses treasur: of completing the drainage. sale .and rent cheerfully given. ';

,; ,, /Albert Ruling answered his call bv er, and Mr. Kilvcrt Was ruthorlzed to The trip wan a most successful o*<*!. In addition to fifteen other good companies : I
j i throwing hugh bouquets at the chief, draw and send fetters of instruction hot" from a standpoint <>f educatJo.1'd we :
"pronouncing him one of the best chief. Aren't You Reflly, On the Wrong to- theseveral county>> chairman asodn .\ for the} nl!ensure dPrl'vl'd by *-"*, npw represent the well known t
t ,I
lie had ever worked under.. He said number of the party.-and'MrrWall It .
Track chosen. .
a they are duty The obV" '
3ie was proud of the boys who were, to *; cf the association is to form a d'+-- '" be conffptulated on.his civic spirit HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO.. oWew York 1 f"
sa man, always ready to go when the A good share of so-called rheumatism frlct similar to road districts for th, ''n organic'ng and successfully cirrv.out ::1:>> Gr. '
.
: chief called; to obey orders./711e spoke s is caused by weak kidneys. When development of inland waterways." ',w., ,thIs' most interesting and delightful T.IP.1lLGNER: :
of some of the needs of the department the kidneys fail to clear the blood of trip.Followlrrr. Second floor Gtizens Bank Eldg. i
stating that should the city au- uric acid, the acid irritates the deli Job t piloting of many kInd. is done, is. the' personnel of the Kksimmee I : fla. t
thoritie .see their way to employing, cate nerves Torturing pains. dart and done well at the I entire-party: i ....o..o..o.o.oooo.o.oo.o o.oooooo.oooo
"utwo wen, the chief and driver to be al-; through the affected part whenever i it otrlce'of the First car: J>n J.. A. 131w.!:; nompanicd oo.o.o..o.. ) !

ways at the post of duty doe taxpay Is.moved. By strengthening the',kidneys Valley Gazette. i : by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snow, "

ers' would be' paid twice over for the Doan's Kidney Pills have proven -............... .-
outlay their worth In thousands of so-called \ SEMffiOLETIM1IEb
' 1 Marshal Overitreet interrupted him rheumatic cases lumbago sciatica,
" to say, "Just keen on asking; I've almost gravel, and urinary disorders. Doan' '.
L'u.' : got the jail" which was received are well-known in Kissimmee a.nd 4 All-Steef Electric-Lighted Train ., -".
a' Q O O D /
with laughter and applause. recommended by Kissimmee people. /T.
.
,,H.. P. Suhl responded .to his call in Read this Kino-'mmee case: .. Birmingham Chicago; and St. Louis 1
a most unexpected way. He spoke to J. B. DilaH, Emmett St.,. Kissim E l .
the boys of his recent illness and 1 mee, says: ''I was laid up for eleven PRINTING Lv Jacksonville...ACL A.M* p)mm Sun. Parlor Observation r "

1. "thanked the company for the,. sym .. months with sciatic rheumatism. and Lv aycr.ss-.A C L 11.05 PM Compartment and Drawing-Room Car. I
pathy and fellowship they had shown, a physician said the trouble was Ar Albany_...,...A C I, 2.3SAM Sleeping; Gars Jacksonville to Chi- .
'o and>said the company meant more brought on by disordered kidney. I Lv Albany........ CofO 2. 0 AM CBgoLvAm.rlcus .
'tharf'b' fire department now-it meantsyBnmfVurf was in'about as bad shape as anyone ,' J ..... CoW 1..0 AM I>rawln< t
real friends. could he. I had taken almost every I Lv Columbus.,. c or Q C.10 AM Jacksonville t-Rooin.Sleeplnft to St. Louis Car" ..1', .1

t ""JI''CorVeWMid- Harmon who are soon kind of medicine the doctor, had prescribed character of your printed matter males an indelible im- LvOpellksj_...... Cof G' '7.10AM
HW-lfcav

,, w 'Beeches', Pfcitdo'Toastmaster' Lupfer finally;, used' Doan' Kidney Pills'and pretiion-food .or Bad, -,upon, those who see, it. More people. Lv Birmingham.*. J C 1ZU PM BOnville Carbondal to Chicago, Bt. Louis an("'

; .. rounded out "evehing" by praising I noticed their good effect Hrht away. gage your .ta.nding-tbe character and quality of product: -your uri- Ar Cairo ...i..... 1C 10U5PM,. backed seat.;.large and easy big' '
the
""Tli boys sttc&As generally af?the_past," he said, better.Six boxes", made, me feel ever ao.much. :to-darene.-by that than 'by any,'other one thing.:. Therefore,;, the Ar Carbondale.. .. I C 1L5I PM Baggage and ,Seat Car. Jeickson'Ar

"J'111.-aot bcerttdUe\ rtoJtfc, work of the Price 50c.( .at all .de.h...... Don't need for the right kind of printing. '' St.Leuls--- 1C | 7M AM vile to ChiCSio. -
,w. '-Iwl eUsj>iboA. to,..ery,4taj Jji the> dell simply ask for a kidney remedy sret < Ae 8Jrd St. (Chews) J C 7J1AM Dlnlna'
'puttn&t,sUh* has done Wlevel best Doans Kidney Pills=the AI Chicago(Cat 11a.) J 0 7U5AM Car serves all. meals en
same that : 'route
Our i i. : -: service
,
,wh..bsa.rtbe"wiridtie1aaurtdadG. Mr. Dilard had. Foster-Mflbnrn/, hobby' good printing- not fancy, fussy'printing but ,f. I .a Ia carte,

ioG'1def1! ".RI\\I''l!.4stsryathI. ;" { .. local Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ,, good 'prin D'., with, character quality and Hnishthe' right type a..etalst.. ../...... ... attCINA 0..
'r'.NiolsetlNeys.i' m ;,. te lied tiken -" "" Ieear to Aat tlaa.t UEOt0At10q
!1 } right stock right illustrations,blend6d into\ a'stroDg,'digniJied 5O.Nr, Opj
;r t .:3etdlfPt+r40p toII a9dfkseali, qur.I'fr' Seed-grafted avo'caflos: often. bear
," '; and conm.nteientsry a'<< ''IInta its .econd year;, three -varietUi. : stand whole-the kind that'willlDal.e- good impressieii. for you. ATW NTIC SST.HNETRAILROAp.' \
t'\i. coM than Writ ., I ".THE..T.ND
more
oranges / 'B. Give chance
'tJn I, a eh.i..A th. fhial:e5f fh Beach W.st, Palm Beach, for free ft, on lOur next job. / A. W. / ...

-f :i."lpya i. to 11y;t' ,r tht" appr.clated ,t okl t.. 7tf '" .' ,,,..... ....miTOT.........,.*. I.. Lo ,. Siir'JlJt110'. ' **" ; '
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THE KISSIMMSE'VALLEY. GAZETTE. FRIDAY.' MARCH 30), 1917 ." THRU

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GRAND ARMY OF REPUBLIC Plant* Scarce iJ
'II. Peanuts---Supply

f ENCAMPMENT NEXT WEEK II n.. Inn I J The Favorite Store of'Ki..i nmee I't
Whit Spanish. One cro ,. ,_ ..._,..$ .
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ill
North Carolina. Two ---.i--.,_....>.v__,_...-?_>?_-_.-. 1.79 ,
);' -- .. Extra Early Kings .._--__-________.__,__._.__ t.OO 1.0o
'J;I! :.' April 3rd and 4th are the: dates BetS The good people of Klssimmee with 8onokl Sea Island Cotton Bi. *d.___....___._____.______.? I 60 t.OO '
niootnn>1d'. "77" Bushel Prolific Flint Seed Corn...,.__..__. $.50 1.11 "
creed condition ,
for the Department" Encampment of out regard to or are SELECTED Tom Wa..on Melon\So. .d &- ___,_?-__75o lit, ROc'lnKcl '' -lh lot. ,
'AI t/' the Grand of the Repu.blic"for' arranging to' give the Grand Army nnod Defricar W.ed Sed.J,.--...._. --._...___.100 Ib, ISo In 6-11) IoU
Army and its auxiliary societies a cordial Sudan Oran Seed._,___.._______---.-_.--__._ ...l&Oo: 111, 45o In (>lb lot FURNITURE?
l' which arrangements have been in The city of Kissimmee Natal Grass Scedd..._.-.._._.__--_.__--__-_ .____coo lit,.IBe In $.II) lot '
reception. epedea or. Japan Clov.r.__.._..__.-. _.._,_.-_.-.See lit. tae In 6.161ots
.' I.. 'progress for.seme time. It appears agrees to furnish halls and rooms for 100 Day Velvet Haan...,.....*.._....-. ._.?.$!.7B bu. |1.70 In 8-Bu lot.
that a large number of delegates' meeting places and have autos meet Chin**. Velvet Ban.____.._............. .___ '.00 bu. t.tO in 6-Uu lot. .
their friends will be onk hand, and Kis. I' all trains to convey .ladies to their All kind of Sor hum. and Mlllrt. Yellow and Whit Dent Scad I '
Maryland "'hlt.! Hickory Klnir. HactlnM' ProllAo etc nrarjhbm '
simmee, .s usual, will take care of all ,meeting place. I 'corni rOD Cow Pea. Ask for price In larr.' Iota Write C.. CH.l t* '
'* the visitors end 'entertain them inn 1' The rates .for board and lodging 'alaloCI I 'WEHAVEIT !

proper style. The encampment will ],will be the regular rates-no reduction ,
4 ., be one of the most important held in and no raise. Bloomfield Nursery & Seed Co.. Monticello, Florida ;

past years, as among those who will Hotels on, merlcan' plan will be I .1
be present are some notable figures from |1.50 to $2.50 per day; Europeanplan "
from various section of the country. ,50 cents a day; meals at res- w J
i The Board of Trade will assist mater- taurants cents a meal. Report of Committee Legislation In connection with ear Hardware liae we carry a complete i ii

ially In receiving:and taking care of Railroad rates will be.lVi cents per !line i ,of furniture. We Make a specialty .f ntfittiaf homes, aad '.
the old soldiers; while the citizens mile each way, with about 9 per cent. raadle
I generally will bestow that hospitality of the whole amount added as an arbi- Central Florida Highway Ass'nj reliable }t
.14 '. '' for which this city.ia noted. Members trary round trip 'rate from Archer, ..
I of the local organization, Gen. O. via Lakeland, $5.10; Chipley via River ,----- Bed Room 'Furniture. .
Howard Post, are doing everything Junction, $11.40; Cottondale via Dining ; ,
Following i., the.report of the com traffic with reference t .tonnage to be
,'. possible to make the meeting a grand I River Junction, $11.40; Dade City,
success. I $2.45; Daytona via Orange City Junction ; mittee on legislation of the Central hauled over paved highways j Room Suits, Kitchen.Outfits Par 4:'

"', While the detailed program for'the $3.25; Eustis, $2.55; Gainesville, Florida Highway Association; 4. Providing i: reunion has'not yet 'been given out $5.15; Jacksonville, $5.30; Key Mr. President Your committee on' lie high ways. in any manner whatso- lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers ;

.' t for. publication, it is understood that' West via Enterprise Junction, $14; legislation submits the following report -. ever, withoutipostlng: proper notice of
j I Ex-Governor Van Sant of Minnesota, Lakeland, $1.65; Miami, $9.35; Ocala I : such closing and providing a,negotiable ' Couches Etc.' '
f who Is spending the winter at his '.*ta Leesburg $3.95; Orlando 90 cents; After giving the matter of legislation detour, and providing for penalties 1 f f11Ua
pi beautiful home near Tampa, will be Palatka, $3.65; Pensacola via River pertaining to the general subjectof again the violation of such law.
present, also-Past National Command. Junction, $15.20; Port Tampa, $2; St. highways in its various ohn" ps at 6.". Providing for single license tax
, t er Gardner, and Past Department Augustine via Palatka, $4.55, via the*coming session of the legislaturedue and tags on automobiles. store is makiaj a record for itself IB the mattes .fhelping :f:

t Commander'"Leighton. At the campfire Jacksonville, $&45; St. Petersburg, consideration, the committee decided 6. Providing for the cmoloymint people to outfit homes. Come'a.d.... Our prices an ':*;t,
J.. on April 3rd, it Is expected that $4.05, via Tampa, $3.65; Sanford, that it would bi unwise for the of state. convicts on the public highways r ,hL., ,
the National Commander and Bishop $1.55; Tampa, $2.65; fitusville via committee to attempt to draft hills to the fullest extent that is prac- 8s'TOOLS
0 Fallows and John McElroy will be Enterprise Junction, $3; Zephyrhillsvia covering the various recommendationsthat I I tlcable. .
among the prominent. guests of the Plant City, $2.45. Tickets will be have heretofore been made by I 7. Providing for state aM in tho ,1
encampment. 'sold on April 2, 3, and 4, final limit this. committee during the past year, building of inter-county and Intra-
The following general order has for return April 6. *'' as such bills will doubtless be prepar. state highways along the lines of federal fOR ENGINEERS: :
been issued by,the state commanderfor Council of Administration'will, be ed by members of the legislature In aid now available.
the' benefit of all those who .are notified when and where 'to meet. harmony with their views relative to 8. Providing for the fixing of a
anticipating taking part in the. re- Committee on credentials and resolu. the subject with which they are par standard of the ''quality of, gasolene No ..attei.wlaat triad of .. E.gi.e T.. hare-Ga Stan,

;.:- union -V tions-will selected from comrades ticularly interested. Your committee that may be sold In the state. > .Railroad. or Stationary E.fi ..-'". k*.o exactly tho Tools ye*

\h. present Monday evening' and .notified therefore, submits the following 'res 9. Your committee further .recom eed ia your everyday .rk-Wnadi., Haausien,.Oilert, etc,
... Deparlment'ot Florida when to meet. '
Headquarter) olutions mends for the consideration of the
Grand Army,'or' the Republic; Main ".. Thoset-''wlehing'wfnzther wlnfortna. ... .Be it resolved that the Central members of this sesociatlonand the all of the best quality aid werkmamship, wed at prices that will

and Twenty-seventh Street tion as lo accommodations, write J. H. Florida Highway Association,".assembled public the-advisability of. enacting a surprise ,.... This .tore has the repntatiea ., ..dIIq-7> '

1 Jacksonville, Fla.,' March 10, 1917. Eby, commander. O. O. Howard Post, \ in regular meeting 'in Orlando, law requiring all vehicles commonlyused ( hardware that is of euperior quality aid yes will lUke .. ..... I
d General Order No. 3. G. A. R., Kissiitunee. Florida, this the 22nd day of March, on the. highways to be ,of the .
take ia ala here NOW aid stock,
Comrades, the time draws near for Yours In K. C. and L., 1917, '1'ecommends..nd. approves the standard gauge'in use In other states. c I iatpecti ow.big

., the meeting of the department en- , W. II. MELRATH, Commander, enactment of laws at the coming session Be it further resolved: that a copy
campment at Klssimmee which is appointed 'Dept. of Fla., G. A. R. of legislature: of these resolutions forwarded to .
o to meet on Tuesday and E. P. BRANCH, 1. Providing for tho regulation of each member of the legislature and
Z- Wednesday April 3rd and 4th, 1917, Ass't Adjutant General. speed and dimming,: of lights on vehicles that the memhera-of this Association

_,______________--;__-_ _ _ _ '" .. approaching other vehicles travelIng ledge>> themselves to out forththeirbest Osceola Hardware Company
in opposite directions on .the pub- efforts to bring about Uvj or.nct-.:'
UNCLE SAM CALLS ON PATRIOTIC MECHANICS lic highways. ment of laws in harmony with tho ''I
11", 2. Providing' for tho carrying cf foregoing recnmm"nd+ttonar'
;i. lights rn all vehicles traveling on pub- W. O. imOREIN. .
COUNTRY INDUSTRIALLY
THE
SERVE
,t:t. TO lic hlp-h"-nys for the protection of F. W. PERRY. .
such .vehicle flpoiwgt! acrldeite.. PERRY G. WALL, J: A. TBOVILUON' M D..

3. Providing: for rigid regulation of II. CLAY STANFQRD., Special'Attention to*,, .- ,J,W. THOMPSONFuneral

1' 1 The United States government is' sire information,as to those who: are *** CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and i

: endeavoring to a"old.the troubles en NOW willing to- accept employment, No Fen Law ign'.Separa'te.and DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
Ca.TTp Orlando Office Boordman
. Building,
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countered by'other:,nations by'reason but also concerning'those mechanicswho 8 to 11 a. m. DirectorAND

of a lack of, proper organization< and case would of URGENT accept such GOVERNMENT employmentIn Distinct of Tick Eradication Work Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and ,II
information the industrial work- to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd
as to NEED. With, the end in view, the ,
, r., ers, and the Civil Service Commission, Commission asks that every patriotic .
", who is charged with the duty of supplying mechanic fill out tha blank printed be- LICENSED i'
employes to' the various low, which will assist it in establishing It has come to our attention that a' informed ,and put aside all 'prejudice LEWIS O'BRYAN i .. EMBALMERStore
branches of the government, desiresto a list of persons proficient in the few people think the federal government I in the matter, they would form false
I notions and undertake to hinder the ATTORNEYATLAWWarinc I'
, obtain the names and addressee' of ; Itrerent.trades and occupations -who and tate live stock"officials I movement which is established to and Chapel,, Stewart ,,Aye,
all mechanics, especially those whohave will be available for service should '' .
Building.V
... ...s the have something to do' with the 'no- serve their own interests. l 1t1..4I.m.. Fla.
had the manufacture .
experience-in needs of our country require them. .
fence law campaign, which is being Experience during the past twelve I e vi
ow of munitions the construction of The filling out of the blank does not In
agitated in some communities, of1 tick eradication work has
l- machinists blacksmiths the years .
ships, ship obligate signer to accept employ- ctlon 'with tick eradication work. '
the
carpenters, etc., who would be readyaad ment. These blanks should be filed con" demonstrated that in completing
It is desired that every person who I. work in 441 counties in the states effected W. B. Crawford foe JarreO '
11 willing to serve the' country industrially. with Arthur G. Watson, Jr., local secretary Is laboring'under that misapprehension -: opposition hat arisen on the ALAN .]. MacDONOUGH ; '
,
CRAWFORD A JARRELLATTORNEYSATXAW
Civil Service Board, Federal
should disabuse their minds of
part of a few people. Registered
Architect
Not only does the Commission del 'Fla.t ''
f Building Tampa ."
.... those ideas, for some of the largest However, a majority of those ry!<>- ANDENGINEER' '
areas freed! of cattle fever ticks have pie who did show some opposition before Of flees I 4; 6 8, end 7'' CltUona. "
Trade or occupation_______ _._____ been In country and it has the work have Bunt
, ------- --------------------------.r open range was completed Building "
' \. '; i I Iw. N. ._..__-...--_..-_. ._--_.--_.__"-'- ,:' -.T\ ..}_:.___ !. :..;.... i...._J___:_: ____...... ,the open range districts offer less graciously. and opposition. their . . CIsshnmeo RuId6 ,;
'
1 . .P. O. 'Addre88. .':".___. ---a;'_______________ _.._________ __..IoI.ill.._!__..'..1...., Inconvenience to the cattle concerns When the work of tick eradication J ..
'''- ',' '';'' "'.'''CY"'1" than the small farm districts. is established in a county, It is so simple '
\ Are you a citizen of the United States55SSS55555.SS5SSSS! !! ;.\'' The idea of this movement is to'exterminate that the people are highly pleased, ,I' ,., DR.' W. W. CARSON '
,I : a serious cattle disease, and when the work is completed, FOR FREISIT: ": :C':"'i'W*>\'\.DENTIST '
I By whom are you now! employed. !..,........__.____._.._._.___U_.,....__' known as splenetic, or southern cattle marl'nd headway is made in improv- i' *
Rooms unfurnished and furnished Office Pflley
t\i j Would you accept employment at a Navy Yard _____________.__.,__,____ fever, which of the has effected resulted In % quarantine for ing, the duality of cattle which can be Houses unfurnished and furnished. : over Hours: S-Balldlnc'Otrlea II. 1__'
territory marketed without the tick fever '
. quarantlre IIS R.id.nce'Ph.a. if'
. Also city properties farms citrus, OtTIa* 'Phon. Si
i,"k At 'what Yard or Yards_____-" _-____..__?_____________w:_____.______._... nearly 25 :years.Naturally restrictions, to the satiefaction trucking and grazing v lands for sale. Gas Administered for Bxtratl of "
a movement of such magnitude of all concerned TttQ. >
,M, Would you accept employment at an Arsenal .._..%:__.... -;..._..___i.-*,, originally affecting the wholeor A .careful unbiased study of this
[hits
THE REALTY[ PARLOR
.. parts of' fourteen states seriously which' seriously cffsctlnTthe /
condition
'At what Arsenal or Arsenals?,.......--.--.._.._.__..:..._____'.:..__...._. effects the in their I is should :' F. KRlfeBn W. wTftBD. '
r people commerce cattta industry' of Florida: ; AIRS. SUMMERS, Manager.

What Is the lowest wage you would) accept? .........---..----------r.' ._ with cattle. I convince everyone* that immediate 207 Bass St., Brack' N. Klssimmee KRIBBS &: STEED
Certain facts in connection with eradication tho cattle: ticks is dasimble. cor. ATTORNEYS.AT LAW,
If'offered, could yod accept employmnt immediately ___?_.-__.....___. this disease, which is known! to be i Two blocks north of Christian church.: business of all kinds
transmitted ,by the cattle fever ticks i The tick eradication depart-Tr"t of' Legal flvem
:, If you cannot now, would you in case of urgent Government' / need accept were almost unbelievable on the partof the United States Buivn of Animal prompt attention ;,

: : a number of persons in tho. early: Industry, co-operatinr'wltl1! state and Pat Juhneton'' Q. P. a.ot', Offlcc 11 and' 11 State! Bank BU*;.
Klsalminee. Florida
.- days! : county officials cattle owners and agricultural $ ,
'< Therefore, it was expected by the I agencies, Is Intcre! .,d only JOHNSTON & GARRETT .
(If you would be willing to accept employment at a Navy Yard or Ar- officials In charge of tick eradication in the eradication .of tho cattle fever ATTORNEYATI.AWOfficeel0 Piles Cured In 6 to 14 '
t: renal, fill out this blank and mail it to address. given above. Navy yardsare work that until such, persons became : ticks. I. Days
located Boston Mass. Portsmouth N II. N. Y. Philadelphia .. .. 11 and 12 Citizens Ban Your drtwrwt will refund money If r-AZO
at ; ; Brooklyn, ; -- --", -.Mew e : OINTMENT> tall.to cur, .u"ca.. olbchl...
Pa.; Washington, D. C.; Norfolk, Va.; Charleston, S. C.; Vallejo, Building I Blind. ...Pile In e to 14 o.
r CaL, and Bremerton, Wash. Naval stations are located at Newport, R. I.; 1 Kl. lrnm.... Fla. The tint application_ ___Ifl._! .._.Ea.__ .aDd licit, so*. G'O a
i New Orleans La.. and Honolulu H. T. Arsenals located n
Key West Fla.; are -- t '
b at Augusta, Ga.; Benecia, Cal.; Dover, N. J.; Fort Hancock, N. J.; II Letters From Our Readers C. A. CARSbN. President N. C.BRYAN. Secretary.
Manila, P. 14; New York, N. Y.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Rock Island, 111.; San i
r'' Antonio, Tex.; Springfield, Mass.; Watertown, Mass.; Watervliet, N. Y. ,
t: The filing. of this raid does'NOT obligate you to accept employment.). The Waters & Carson

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A PROGRESSIVE MOVEMFNT'Editor realizing the necessity and desirability -

f.' Canning Club Matter Taken Up of, establishment of o. county I i
Gazette:
I" netitlon ad-' hospital situated in a quiet localityand I Company
We have before us.
By Kissimmee Board of TradeIn dressed to the Board of County Com- accessible to all the residents In ; ,

f- missioners.Osceola.county L Florida, our county: and visitors who' may he

which we reproduce. petition, stricken with:illness; 'or lured while ... .L
which is signed by prominent taxpayers sojourning among us, desire to bring Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
order that'' the Can ilng.C1ub Much business of routine naturewas
j \ of our county Ii Is asking our the following facts to your notice and
.. work in Osceola county be continued disposed of at/the meeting of the county commissioners to investigatethe respectfully ask you to investigate
In the future, the Board of Trade at trade body held Friday night..- The adaptability of the A. E. Drought them at your earliest: convenience. GROCERIES
its last'meeting went on record ai en- committee on securing permanent .
property as a site for a county hospital Owing to the short >Cut roadacroas
dorsing that feature of education in quarters reported they had secured and park. This movement'It another 'the north end of Lake.Tohope-
our public schools and a committeewas the storerooms at 107 Broadway, pur- step in the right: direction! -the kallga, the A. E. Drought property .
appointed to appear before the chased tables and benches and their direction of durable propores.-nd. is now accessible at all times t... the \ -
County School Board at its next seek report was accepted and the committee certainly should be discussed in all its city of Klsslmmee Atlantic Coast
[,; sion to protest against the discontinuance discharged. The secretary was in. phases, both pro and eon. Line, Railroad, and Midland Railroad. 0000000400000000 .. . . . . . . ..1
of the work. The committee is strutted to begin a systematic campaign A small modern hospital conducted This property if acquired by th4 "::1.
j yV .. composed rot A. H. Fox, S. B. Ault- in the matter of collection4( dues on economic principles would be a county arid city of .Klssimmee with 0 WE SELL > 0 WE BUY. :
man and C. A. Carson. ; and subscriptions, fifty' per cent; of sure drawing card and a permanentasset the present house, beautiful grove of 0 0o .
','1 For some time past rumors have the amounts subscribed being ordered to our county, which: would be natural trees, etc, would make a delightful HAY '. oo .J
*' been current to the effect that a collected in o.rder'to get; funds to meet our pride and pleasure to support' park and hospital property. O- HIDES t
movement was on foot to "can" the outstanding obligations. The park feature of the problem Is which, would"he a permanent asset and 0. GRAIN .. .
Canning Club work. This agitation Mr. Stanford reported that the tax- > 0 FURS .
t one that appeals us as an every day joy forever to our people. 0 ,
l has reached such a point where the payers committee had been organized, necessity and an a valuable. asset to We request that your honorble FERTILIZERS > 0' +
["" matter was ,to be presented to the. per instructions of the last meet- community. body appoint a committee to confer 0. V O 0 WOOL .
our *
.6 educational 'Voard, for'' final disposi- and 'upon his motion the regular Come fellow citizens Jet us join with committee composed of members 0 SHINGLES \ :
t tion. Aside from the committee many fa. meeting took a recess to allow hands and help push this matter to a of the City Councils of both Kissimnvse 0. 0I. 0 AND A .1' ,ao

I.' '''patrons of the schools will attend the committee to organize, and get tangible issue. Let us demonstrate a and $t. Clowi, giving; then the ORANGE BOXES' <, .i\ .ALL ,, 0 +r.i
0. 'r0
: meeting in April. .to business. \
./ ?r __ spirit of unselfishness and dipay! a authority to Inv..tIg-ate this matter 0. ORANGE WRAPS O 0 .
--------------------- natural and submit to honor- '
" T pardonable pride in the resources a report your.. II 0. COUNTRYv\ ,
"' COUNTY COURT TO CONVENE Croxton; J.'M. Crafton, F* O., Gilbert, of our environments, Let us able .body., O VEGETABLE. CRATES oOo. .
; in future deserve the of ',H:E. S. 0o '
.F M. Edris Calvin Platt J oh' 'Stoi;. 'cognomen : 0. PRODUCE
P' FOR TERM MONDAY APRIL 3 ,. Kissimmee, the Wide Awake--not I CRATE NAILS'' O 0"ft :'
Kissimmee, the' Sleepy.. Come pull A pain in your side or back that i 0 O
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""The"'County Court will convene in The'' 'Tallahassee Daily' Democrat and push together, and. then enjoy catches you when you straighten up I I 00000000000000.00- ::'. ... . .. .,. .: t
regular session Monday, April 9th, will be sentto: any addrtss 'for the en. the fruits, of our l laborer ,v tall for a rubbing application'of .
I W' when a number of important eases, tire'session.of the 1917 legislature for Ballard's Snow Liniment. It,:relaxes I .We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ...kf''
will come up for consideration. only,One Dollar. It will be the most' To the Honorable Board of ''County the contracted muscles and permits Wi give special attention fitting out hunting'aad camp.$-parka.

6'T.. M. Murphy, presiding.' The juror important session in yenrs. Keep up Commissioners Osceola .County ordinary bodily motion withnot suffering : Free delivery in city limits, ,..''hone No. 12.' /}T i.$* f. ,
v; drawn follows: J. J. Griffin. G. with its doings. Address Florida: .inconvenience. Price 2Ec) 60e gainl ..
are as We for fertilizers., Ask f 'drculajf.u pnc. t
as or :
agents good ;
C.) Bronson. R. Q. Lamb, W. L. Bron.,. THE;DAILY,DEMOCRAT> ; I 'Gent\emen-We\ the undersigned and f 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osceola / are county .. -" .

""aob J. N. Thomas. ,.N;C. Bryan; M." .EII' TaJiahessee. .", ,FL.r property owners of Osceola. 'county Pharmacy.. fertilizer, II iIIoI >.
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,. 'FOUR" 't"" ns?|MMRP.! V4I.M-Y. GAZETTE. FRIO' &V. M\RCH 30, 1917 I"

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t THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTL THAT HIGHWAY, ROUTE .l THE WISHING RING At the; Churches Classified d Advertisements ,

TO BE STAGED HERE .. f ,
r..I......I Even. Fd...,.. Efforts to change the route of the Dixie Highway at 1 CHURCH SALE

Otne !. Taller UsseKe Hellelag.. Kissleas ee. KUrtdi. the recent meeting of the Central Florida Highway Association I Rehearsals for "The Wishing FIRST BAPTIST FOR land rich ',
acres finest potato very
.. VAN.AiNEW.Ow.er.. held in Orlando, thereby eliminating Osceola Ring," the unusual musical extravaganza :- 16 and close in; see us If: '':'If
\Vt, B. JIARRIS K. O. which ie to be presented here O. B. Falls, pastor. productive; '
'
r. MORITE, twirl.r;; 'Orange) and of Lake counties proved want something good. ,0
MAX part unsuccessful. Sunday school 9:45 N. C. Bryan, you
. April 14' with the best local talent ; \
..1....... lt.i four miles from town: exceptional '
r '. Much rightful l indignation was caused in Kissimmee by available for the benefit 'of the Hart superintendent. 40 acres favorable terms.

the recommendation of the' executive committee. The Memorial Chapter House have been i Competent teachers for all classes. bargain, farm ,

ialegatea were instructed to set matters right. Throughthe going on for the past week and every Preaching at 11 "a. m. Subject: Excellent orange 28 acre and trucking, good combination land,, ",

efforts of Congressman Joe Sears Senator thing points to a gala performance. I"Intercessory Prayer. road to St. Cloud.,
C..A. Carson The most talented local actors have Busy Bees at 2 p. m. improved, on new .,.(

i ; 'tl ? H. G. Stanford, W. )B. Harris and others, the proposed been secured for the cast,>the best of Junior B. Y. P. U at 3 p. m. We are ready to show you. ,

. le y ', discriminating action was defeated, and the route Klssimmee's singers for the chorusesand Senior B. Y. P. U at 6:30 p. m. NELSON LEALT5T COMPANY;.

remains Klssimmee also most graceful girls for the many Pr'ftchlng'at 7:30. Subject: TThe
" unchanged; was! chosen as tb.3next .Jrowth 'WANTED-.Four passengers for auto-
Faith.
beautiful drills of
)\ meeting place of the Association in June. dance ; to'St. Augustine for two days
0( The Wishing Ring well called "the Good music a comfortable house, trip
rat "'. s' O J The true motive behind the exclusion! of the counties'. production beautiful, is unlike anything and-a,cordial welcome awaits you. On: Monday or Tuesday. J. Q. Green,

'- has not yet been determined. The reasons advanced were ever given or attempted in this On Easter Sunday night April- 8th. Wells Inn,' Phone 242.

e' gsTArE PR a ( "that inasmuch as Osceola had not fulfilled her pledged city. The' story resembles Peter Pan thera will be rendered an Easter can- LOST Tan- leather"slipper'with clotlfi, ''
tata in this church entitled "Christthe
and Maeterlinck's Blue Bird in that
to complete a hard -road to connect with that of Polk top, Tuesday night, between armory'and
'
the leading characters are taken by King Westfall house Return to> ,,'
county, and as this road!: was in bad condition, the matter children, while the rest of the cast is This is your best opportunity. to I. Westfall house .

>of* new routing for the Central Highway taken up." The made un of talented artists. It is n fear good music. l4
Hmbmrrlfllnm. lUiteal
Year ., ... .t2.oU secretary, in submitting the resolution of the report tory of equal interest to young and FOUND-One automobile self-starter' ',,.
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One ---- --- ----
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One COPY. Hlx Months. ._.____.--__._r-........_..-., 1.00 had 'voted old. Interwoven through the storyare METHODIST CHURCH silver-plated cylindrical crank cap. f..A",
Oae Copy Three Moratha-.._**.._'-_-_____________ ,76 stated that Osceola county bonds, but that many beautiful solos duets, trios Gxl V4 inches'on St. Cloud road Sun' ,, }

they had been annulled by the courts and it was under and quartets. A large chorus of, well 1 Regular services at the Methodist day. 'Owner tan have same by call

All communlcntlona must .bo al Ifrneil except' by the from writer.our authorised correspondents stood that there apparently) had been no effort to save trained: voices will' give the bac'lnlPto church conducted by the pastor. ing at this office and paying for .thie'

Jteiected matter will not be returned unless called forBntered them. This" in face of the well-known fact that this these many musical numbers, But Subject of sermon morning serv advertisement., ,,
...-..- music alone does not make this beautiful ice "The Tri&mphant' March of
( In the ToatofAca at Kiasimmee Florida, aasecond.cla.aa county had done everything possible under the sun to snectacle for there are some ton Christ Through the World." FOR. SALE-Ten acres, as follows:' ,

mutter.) save the bond issue, that two' of the'' best lawyers in'the beautiful athletic, aesthetic rind interpretive Evening service "Sin." Lots Nos. 103-104; township 24,.

MARCH 30, 1917 state had been employed to fight the cas:' for the tax I dance drills, surpassing any There will be preaching at this i south of range 28, section 13. Price ';
I church day through the coming $305 for quick sale. Mitchell Eaton '
I payers; that at the present time determined efforts were precious presentations. in grace and every
beauty. week. All, are invited to attend. Belle Foufche, So. Dakota.! 14-2t:
All roads lead to.Tallahassee Tuesday being made to overcome the situation-a bondelection, The play' II Is to be given for the -
I
l r ' i would be called, or some'other scheme 4' )inaugurated J benefit of the Hart Memorial Chapter EVERYBODY INVITED FOR SALE-1 1-q ,:acres onions, ..2''J

Don't forget the city election tomorrow.: which would guarantee the commencement of paving the ,,IIouse.;' Every Inhabitant of Kissim- acres good beans 1-2 acre Irish ., :.
sell in field. C.
Want to S.
To laymens next Sunday tatoes. ,
meeting
road within ninety days. These facts ware: brought before mee knows the good work, that is carried ; Acre 14-2t
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Baptist J
Good roads and prosperity go hand in hand. the convention in no' ncertaln with the on -from this chapter house
manner, result ; male quartet will sing some choice '
i whichne..ds the support of all living FOR SALE One-fourth block'with ,1

that'the changin'g'of the *,oute'of the highway was here. What better way can the peo- selections besides'other special music ,, .small. .house- ,,,,.-.iwox ,.squares .from ,.--"'"""- +.
Are'you wearing. , ,,the ,national! ? If not, why: entirely, eliminated.. In the 1ight.made ,by,the,-dalegaUs,:,rshow'their-appreciation than" lib haabeenarranged; "'foW",Ladies-wr"' courthouse? ; on corner: 'of Verona
dially invited to in hours' ,',
not from this county; Orlando stood,behind them nobly from 1 eral,tt2ndance' of this gala performance service on this occasion.DEVOTIONAL join our. one street and Clyde avenue.. Apply to .t

start to finish. Consider a good show with good .l\J, Cosner, 609 Mabbette street. ;a:
COMMITTEE
"Emperor' Williajn; ,Suffering From Bad Nervous When it is considered that Kissirimee 11 is the birthplace 'j clean music comedy and graceful high-grade dance drills inspiring fora I 14-4t "

F .Breakdown.\ lIb, Ga )Bibblel of the Central Florida Highway, and in a: great degree good cause--civic Improvement and ('Ot'' TRV CLUB. 'NEW.IF GENERAL FARMING III' profitableIn ..'
"" / MortAL INTERESTThere !
".responsible for recognition by the Dixie Highway betterment Keep they date.open- '.- . Florida. To know Florida's -possibilitiea .

'.;Our soldier boys are ,ready and anxjous-for, the call Commission, it seems hard to understand the motive I .April. ". have been some gay doings at for live dock and poultry '

colors! discrimination II I M. the County Club recently' > Mm. Potter 'raIsing fruit and truck, '"
to which prompted the proposed against this IUMIH T"I.1'\T- "K>KKITNCOHK gave a most delightful little afternoontea dairying

I section\ in face of the fact that all possible efforts are iHKAT *' UCCK1Tlio also Mrs, Livingston. growing, rend the Florida Farmer

If there's any way under the sun for Osceola to ge.t at the present time being made'to improve the r' ads. Be Homo Talent-Benefit, for 'the birthday Last Friday party and Teddy-Invited Maguire some had of his', a 'and lIomeseeker. Six months" trial

food roads, she's going to'have them. that as it may, the people of Kissimmee and the countyat KlHulnimee Concert nand at the Caul noThurmlHV friends, to when celebrate about that fifteen'sat auspicious down.occasion subscription; 25 cents Sample copy
nlttrhtwas: a pronounced *uc*
large, are greatly, indebted to their delegates to the rcita and vaa thoroughly enjoyed by a The dinner was heartily enjoyed by all free: Address Florida Farmer' and

Girl may: be the reading clerk,for the' House of Repre. Highway convention: for ,their successful efforts in retaining large plans .audience expressed whole their appreciation.The frequent ap. made present.showing Several: In what able high speeches esteem were the Homeseeker, Box 360 Jacksonville,. ,'

sentatives-Miss Myrtice McCaskill, of Perry, Fla., is a for Osceola County that to which she is justly entitled program was arranged under young gentleman was held. Mrs. Rhea Fla. ,52-tf
the direction of Minn Ken. Nye, presented also gave a farewell tea yesterday art-
,formidable candidate for the position. To set aside any argument as to the claim of a varied field for the "hometalent" ernoon. We regret. to say she..l II leav.Ing DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. ,/
fair KIsHlmmee for the
tit Kissimmee having begun the movement resulting in the participating: and so well did summer Tiller.
each do ha part that personal mention but hopes to be back again. In full golf _
The ladies put it over on us in good shape.. We admitit force next winter.
formation of the Association; the following clipping Is reproduced .of one entertainer would be an InJu.Ue. -
Half of Orlando's RENTW-6-room furnished house-
... a gxixen' picked FOR
and are ready t> call a truce. What if they should from the,Orlando Sentinel July, 1915; excerptof While fun abounded, good music was golfers came down for a game yesterday close in, $4 per week. E. E. Wells,

decide to make tiiii ,segregation idea a fixed policy: T an article In.reference to the Central Florida Highway with the order an overture of the evening"Luntaplel, which" renderedby opened game morning.that the It Klsslmmee was the firs Club* friendly has Insurance and Real Estate 104

:,' Association: "Briefly, the small group of 'men at the the full band, seated upon the Stage ever Joined In outside. of Its own. membership Possiel Ave. Phone 242. 7-tf
convention lifts Rrith Khearounewho !. a gust mo It was not surprising that
Roads
Good
made the
The promise was Kissimmee 'will down in Orlando got the best of It. The
meeting history the
go as men In the city was cheered to the echo game FOR SALE-A five-room'' bungalowon
that Osceola would begin work on her good roads within responsible for for better roads with "The Flower Girl;" was repeatedencored was very close.
the impetus through The West Vine
In. "A Perfect Day," accom- return match will be played street deep well
ninety days. Just watch usl] There'll be more than a Central Florida. As a result of the Kissimmee meeting a panl..d bv a muffled cornet played by next Tuesday at Orlando which will no windmill and tank, 3,000 gallons; .
her brother 'Diddle" Bhearouae and doubt be enjoyed by all who take part and ornamental
: shrvbbcry trees
tart by that time. ;
In
sufficient number of delegates went to Chattanooga It. .
quite captivated the audience aa a pajama -
buy from owner: save middle man's ,
Mrs
Parker and her
daughter. Mrs.
'
.. In '
cause- girl To Withan
Sing-Me Sleep
pleaded their before the Dixie Highway Commis-
commission
of A.
Old-faahloned Melody," while Kerr. Madison avenue Toronto C. CHAPMAN. 3-tf
a In you cannot bond the whole county for good roads sion, and secured recognition ,because of the, interest dainty "candle light chorus" heightened a stayed at the club for a week and enJoyed
can't' the effect, till of the to the full all the delights of. this FOR SALE-Well established mercantile
for some reason, then bond your district. If you do a switching on -
a shown, and a concession,was granted specifying that con llfchts suddenly" dispersed the entertainers. lovely spot.Senator business. Other business requires
that then raise the I'T-anyt.hlng'to assure good roads sideration be'given a western branch of the Dixie Highway ownntime. Box 316, KIs-
' tad the Dixie Highway iJ' There were plenty of the favorite Donejran and Cal. Mc- I
through Florida. popular alra and the varied costumes Caughen of Klssimmee were visitors simmee. 7tf
H e .
added not a little to the effect.Two
male quartets were well received 1'1the city for. the day.-Reporter- TOMATO PLANTS-5,000,000 Llv.
,John G. Kellnm b.issued a statement to the effect the one bythe juniors received ape Star.
.
GOOD ROADS ASSURED ingston Globe now ready $1.26
per-
that he would not be a,candidate 'for'reelection to the '. cia' applause.The one-act. drama "Dorothy'_ 'J I'I'IHER.F..I M. here Grown on new land, from-

position of chief clerk: of the House of Representatives at Claim" depicted Western. life T. U SALH best seed\ ; guaranteed free from-
The work of building good roads In Osceola county, Nye making a typIcal miner. with -
root knot
or blight. J. R. Davis .
,
,the.qpming session of the Legislature. ; ,
I 1
the high ideals of the big weat MI. Nodes I. hereby given that "v and Barrow
AH will commence within a comparatively short time. The Fla.
Ella Mae Gilbert a faictnatlngr and un- under virtue; of that certain w'ltft'1 i ,
special Board of Trade committee composed of someof nrotected Eastern gIrl and Gary Execution ,Unitingout of and under
Clay: Crawford, secretary x>f state, has been selected Brown dangerous rambler, all leave seal of the Civil Court of Record, in FOR SALE-6 lots in cultivation,!
ha toastmaster at the banquet Governor Catts will the principal taxpayers of the county are working unceasingly opportunity for fine character' lay. and for Duval County Florida bearing flowing well 6-room house, No. 18'' '
The next feature of the evening was date the llth day of February.. D.
to adopt such plans which will not meet with a two-act musical. drama, 17 Alden street, corner Verona. See
(vie the members of the Legislature and their wives at showing 1> issued In that certain cause thereIn -
obstacles. Dealing with the people from the St. Cloud Uncle Josh In New York, when CharlieRogero pending wherein St. James Realty Mr. Hoffman at house or write Edr
.a. the Leon Hotel in Tallahassee April 3. ., aa Uncle Joan., Prator Gilbertas and Department Story Company a corporation LaLonde at Tremont Hotel Tampa
district, having in view'. county-wide bond issue, there an English dude; O. M. Shearouse .. tradingCohen Brothers Is Fla. _'
A
bargain. .
: 'I'' Isrreason,to believe that such will be a broker; Mrs.'Bhearouae representingthe plaintiff and -Qraystone Hotel Company 10SfcAUTOMOBILE
It is interesting to note that the Kisaimmee'VlIGazette y measure adopted. crovernor'S daughter and Lucy a corporation la defendant I
If[ will be district Buckles a* a street divided have levied and -will ROAD MAPS 26c
not, there probably a bonding resorted sweeper upon aell to satisfy -
"played up" the recent C..F. H. A. meeting in '
honor.
said public outcry' at Pocket size Florida Auto Road
Map
Orlando and that greater efforts will be made to finish to. .Efforts 'are being made to whip things' in ihape The "muelcal( number, 'You're a Dangerous rna te..eoul'tS:7'.. Court House In complete and edition.
tftrl." newest Olrer-
by atlas Nye and Mr. Oaceola County Klaaltnmee Florida, on
the paving of those "ten miles,"' Orlando Sentinel. so that the County Commissioners' meeting next week Harmon was a great hit with the audience Monday, the 7th day of May. A. D. 117 for short; time only On sale at
can be asked to call a bonding election. The people are and encorea were Insistent. Miss within the legal houraof sale to the Valley Gazette office. 10-tf
Nye and her husband are accomplished highest and beat. bidder for cash the
Congressman Walter Kehoe will appear before the aroused to the Importance/ of the project, and good roads entertainers. and should they desire to following described personal property FOR SALE-Steam laundry
p fully
make a return date In Klssimmee, their as the property of Orayatone
Legislature when (it convenes at Tallahassee to urge the will be the result. patronage will be assured. Hotel Company, to-wit: equipped with all modern machinery

? Adoption of a. memorial'asking the United States Con- Baad T. Entertain Play.rs 1 large engine No. 1241. ; doing good business. Owner's I,
1 email engine No. 128118.
+f 80 pleased' 'iaat personal attention is with
are the band with required
ffresa to open the Choctawhatchee fqrest reserve to homestead CLEAN-UP WEEK evenings entertainment that they are I 1 lame dynamo.motor connecting, for enorlne. other interests. Write or call and

entry.,. giving a dance at the Fireman' Hall 1 ,small motor ,c eiurlne. see plant in operation. A. F. Kritz
8
tonight at :SO. when they will entertain n"WnrN;
: Beginning Monday this city will have a "CleanUp"week. the members who took part In the Sheriff Oac..ola Klssimmee, Fla. ntf
,
v County FlorIda
The civic department of the Kis.lmmee'Woman'. entertainment and their friends. Dy ROBERT CAMPBELL, '
stand
"Will for war, bill-not for booze," is a statement !lp.: ... App..I.. Deputy Sheriff FOR SALE-Lot 6, block 10, In Done- ;A
made by Governor Catts in a speech recently made Club has inaugurated such a ,movement and have received Miss Rea Nye and T. U Nye wish to FRED M. VALZAttorney /Bans subdivision to N. Kissimmee.

'' In Georgia. The chief executive also took occasion to assurances of support of Mayor-elect J. S.'Cadel, take Kiasimmee the opportunity Band for their of thanking able assistance the for Plaintiff. IK-ct Henry James, Brock, Sask.. Canada. r9tf'

Jlay'that Florida does not want tourists who are huntIng Marshal Overstreet and other city officials in this laudable In producing the entertainment of o

booze. undertaking. The time selected, could not be better, orchestra Thursday, evening and each the one members In the of cast the Seeks.Nature's to Surgeon's WANTED-Salesman and Collector

J as.this will assure an even much cleaner city than is usu- They wish to especially thank Mr. Harmon for Kiasimmee and Osceola county. .

c Fiddle factory for Kissimmee flour mill for Tallahassee ally the'case before Easter. It behooves all business men Ring.,the who producer kindly supplied of "The the Wishing part O. Knife. Science TurnsTo I Apply to A. W. Carter, Box 669,
Orlando Fla.' '
I. Springer who wae called north by i2-3t
and the citizens in general to assist the good women in
uuerkraut factory for Fort Meade, peanut butter the death of his patient should have
1 this.work.. taken and to praise the work of Char Nature. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE lOc
-
ai
manufactory for Ocala big sugar refinery for another lie Rogero, wh ofllled Mr. Stringer's: a bundle. Good for "1/t
I place as Uncle Josh, with one dayrs re wrapping pur-
of the .tate-what' the about .
part talking
use hearsal. poses, etc. Apply at Valley Gazette
-
old man H..C. of L.Secretary Governor Catts has informed Comptroller 1 Amos 'that -- "Naturecures are most practical. 10-tf

he (Catts) is favorable'to legislation looking to the pay KISSIMMEE POULTRY ASS'N will Idea. do Is that more Nature.for the If sick given body a chance than WANT_
to
of War Baker has himself ment of old soldiers monthly, instead of the present system. drugs and .ur< placed
on record i TO MEET TOMORROW MORNINGThe Johns Hopkins Hospital probably for an automobile. Address Wm. K. ;

'as giving the national guardsmen credit for their I In his letter he says, in part: "I am delighted recently organized poultry association the greatest: .. In our country. Sargent, West Patrick street, or '

border service. In recent speech of welcome to the citizen Io't.R you-that the noble sentiments expressed in your will hold a: meeting tomor- Livingston Fifty years had ago this Dr.In mind John when Wesley heoriginated ... general delivery, city. 10.tf ,'! .

letter the same ones' that I have voiced from the his nowii famous root and ,
soldiers of the District of Columbia 'he declared are :
.. row morning at the shop of P. G. herb tea. He knew that Nature had PROCLAMATION
that-"the-guardsmen had made good." stump,-and--that--am incorporating into my-message-a; White- tr JJroadwaywhenmatte.of: placed-on-earth-certain-roots,-herbs, -
1 recommendation that the soldiers monthly'pen to all members will be dis barks and flowers for, the heallnof Ii' -
we importance
pay the sick. These he Incorporated In what ...7'..-. Of He*
'The Board of,,Trade at its last meeting took cognizance sions, and, if possible Increase them, and also adding, cussed. It'is urgently requested,.that Livingston's has been known Root from that time as Dr. City .( KlMlMMra.
affiliated with the organization and Herb Tea For -
everyone
oMhe agitation to do away",with panning club work that it meets with,the approbation of yourself. be on hand and anyone desiring affectations liver and bowels of the this kldne tea).has, bladder WHEREAS, Under add by virtue of I

la Osceola county. A representative committee was appointed membership, or {in any way Interested almost a specific. It has relieved proved thousands an ordinance enacted by the Clty.'Coun"J;

# to petition the County School Board to continue With Osceola taxpayers to build good roads throughout -' in poultry raising is cordially invited. like who had given. up hope. It acts ell In the town of Klanlmmee City pro- (
magic
on the blood purifying and vldlng for the
,,ybis feature of education of the children. 'the county, the short cast, road and bridge across ,the enriching It, and through: It strengthening of all ordInance.publication and revl.lon
ELECTION AT ST. CLOUD and Invigorating the of the general and
head of Cake, Tohopekaliga to St. Cloud sixty dipping body. We say this to the sick-whole Don't permanent. nature lit force in said
President of the National Eclectic Medical Alsoci'atlon. vats to be constructed work on the'bulkhead to begin St, Cloud held its annual city election suffer longer when this greatest of Na.lure's city to except the general ordinance relative -
last Tuesday, when the following remedies la at hand. Get a 60c .UnJlpaJelectrl! light' : and
W. E. Daniels, has written a letter of congratulation soon, and the St. Cloud people to bond for road work officers were elected for the ensuing package from your druggist today. the water 18th day at town, approved li

to Governor Cotta on the chief executive's action in there will be much' activity in this section shortly. And year Tak.the glow It faithfully ef perfect and health see.comes how back soon the City Attorney November havIng reported. It.. Mdme to- r

removing the State Board of Eclectical Examiners, say- that 1s saying nothing about all the spud. which will bt Mayor-Levi Shambow.., to you. If your druggist Is unable to printed that and H. hss puhllah..d caused to b" compiled
Treasurer. G. Durham. supply you, the Livingston Medicine a. ordinances or
fD#-that he hoped no "stone would be left unturned to harvested In a few weeks.! Sanitary Officer-J. Z. McClay. Co., No 1740 Main Street, Jacksonville, the Florida City :In ot Kissimmee Oac..ola county
.
Florida will gladly mall accordance with the :
the fakirs to you a pack- alo" proy
t )brine justice.\ ,
Street Commissioner H. Wash- age on receipt. of price, with the as. WHREASthe anti
Kissimmee has a set ,of boosters that cannot be discounted burn. surance that your money will be cheer olumes prInted and
.. fully refunded If you are not more than haveebe nudedlivered Act, a. ..ror..ald.
Bet you :didn't get. an "invite" to the banquet the as was shown at the recent Good Roads meeting Bond Trustee-L. U, Zimmerman. satisfied with results at the City nf KI..lmtnee'to the CIty Clerk
'
at Orlando. Led, by Senator C.' A.. C.rson.and. .H. C. Mayo TH"'RI1FOH: ; Ma": 1
khaki.lads. of
Stanford a fight was made against discrimination to ..O..OO..OO.O..OO..O.O..OO eb 400600040aTAMPA'S' by virtue ot Bald ot the town authority Kissimmee City..'

,game.. Talk ,about woman 'suffrage-that,sure was a Osceola and Orange counties,' and not only did ,we win by and'"p'rocft hereby announce vested. publish In me'
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the good ladies handed the folks.", additional honors BEST that the revised ordl- '
"package" "men Next eur'pbintbut carried off by securingthe nances ot the City of KI."lmmee have

E 'time yon old scouts of the Board of Trade han a public next quarterly meeting of.the Central Florida Highway been printed and published In accordanee'wftb n
said '
banquet bet you'll remember the ladies! Association in-June.lilt and that the'volum.ordinance.. .0 of printed said City and
s '.' View Hotel published have been
.Bay delivered
0' to the
ter
; CltJE.-CI..rk.
,
i ,' and that the revised 01'41.
.
TbS first number of the Cocoa-Tribune line head nan .0 Completed,
has reached a bold three the'JacbonviUerMetrop,; shall prInted and published -
11'0 Into
,, our desk. This excellent paper is published by;Mrs. C. oUt sayst "Joe Sears back after bunt for missing The Hotel For Our Homo People this alive on the 10th day effect after and. the be dale.Iper-. ot=

H. Holderman, who moved from the Manatee section to spouse." But it wasnt Congrfl.sml1DJ'oe: Sears from Kissimmee. In. stimon .whereof
)
.ti' the East Coast. publishing the Manatee ,Record..' The ,It was a motion picture actort-Leesbnrg CommerciaL Fireproof Construction.-:Efficient- Service-Modern Equip' unto porate set sesl my'of hand and caused I have the 11..4 cor..

't-II' Tribune is a neat eleh -paee six-column paper, 'carrying :, ment-Moderate Rata hereto"', at Hissimmee said City. O.ceola to b.Cotinty atll"eef
Fla
,
good advertising patronage, and under the management r D: .f1, th4 the Silk day .of K rcb.A, : ,

'itef Mrs.. Hofterman. will. .Vi. a' valuable- asset to .hustling Everybody>> poll for the good road movement $"started ,G H JEWETI': .'Mcr.e. Attests H'"R KAT., ator. a,

., $I!: ,.' In Oseeola county.. ''B.a booster! I t.... . . ...... . i. ," . ... 011. .,,...." . ... .00. (Oficial J It.I GILBERT galj CIty Clerk. .

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, mE" ICISSIMMEE VALLEY CATCTTF, FRiDAY. MARCH 30. 1917 ,-::'"" :rare
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i" ( INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS \I. 'THEWISHING' 1 : : '

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This New York Success Will Be

i ...0.000..0..0..0. .. See those new Ilat'Shapes in' the I Presented at a BenefitHartMemorialChapter., , ', I fl' 100LOCALPEOPLE100'1 !) ,

window. Story's.... "..., '
'I'" Weather Report '"Sweet Orr"- Overalls. will\ not fade.. House Trained Under* Professional Direction .

, Get 'em'at The .
Ii Quality Store =. I' '
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GRAYSTONE CASINO '
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lennington of A' Spectacular Musical Fantasy 10

Following are dally tempera- Wauchula were visitors in Kissimmee ', RING"THE SATURDAY APRIL' 14.
;, tures and precipitations a* reported Wednesday. .. High GradeoMusicnClean '
Comedy .
. by Government station '
Pretty Pattern Hats Beautiful Athletic Dances Admission Popular Price
! at Kissimmee- the week end -the latest .
ing Thursday-, March 29: creations. Just the thing: for Easter I PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL"

.. Don Ton Hat Shop. .. ,
Max. Mln. Rain i ..

Friday ._ ._.__83 61 Herbert Wichtendahl manager'of n
'
': Saturday __.89 60 the Graystone Hotel .. business Brlnge all magazine orders, THE .Received
visitor to Orlando this( week. your TRUTH ABOUT Just New Stock of Limoges China Ware
Famous
Sunday ., ,..,.88 64 new or renewal, to Miss Lord at AMERICA'S DEFENSESThe I

,: Monday. .*.___90 67' Mr, and Mrs. O. P. ;McCabe; winter Hart Memorial.. Until May 1 Good- Dixie Theatre will how onMondny

A Tuesday .'..89 68 residents at Kissimmee .Park, were Housekeeping Magazine may be had April 1. "Quardln Old 01_)'."
dinner guests at the Cotterman house 10 months for 1. Get a sample copy 1 the eve reel f''atur... plctur Unit has as
G}, Wednesday ..81 66 Monday. of, Miss Lord. Its actors and tarn, the United States
l Thursday,' __-.82 50 army and navy heroe.. the great ren-
:: rals and admiral and th. hlvhentruhlnct
The Nelson Realty Company this
{\ Miss Hannah; ,Bickerdike of Chicago official who are PrealdentW11ann's
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.' .. .OOOOOOOO.OOO O..O.
week Closed a transaction by which
" ..- Is visiting her sister Miss Elizabeth, counsellor In the pending
I Just received 200 pounds .Etstel:: who has been spending the winterin the old John Dann place on Dilling- <.rl..I.l The background of the picture
'* the ffldnt battlenhlo". the huge coaat.
ham near the John Lee place whs
,.. candle. Storys. Kissimmee and vicinity. defense Riinn the I"t..t ubmarlnoi." ..
sold to Milton I. Stout of the Stout the, new type aeroplane\ the modern, .
J :, Let your Easier Shirt be an E & W S. B. Aultman returned Wednesday Lumber Company, the consideration. mn..hln.. Run., and above oil the boy
at The Quality Store. ? from Tampa, where he went the first being 1500. denend In blii" and khaki that Uncle. Ram must
upon In can of JtrouM"
of the .week to look after important The picture with 'Reveille"
See the new and stylish display of business matter} Dr. WI E. Hinds of AuburnVAla., In an army poet open and then wwl/tljr roe
Shirtwaists a.t the Bon Ton Hat Shop. has been in the city for a few days to WentPoint. where our future frmr
Mr. and Mrs. W.. F. Parker and the guest of B. E.' Evans the county officer are seen,' being prepared to
Hart Memorial Benefit Play "Wish- their guests Mr. and Mrs.' Horton, agent. Dr. Hinds is from the Ala carry point Old Glory of army to victory.life are After.shown various the t

ing King" April 14, Graystone Annex. will motor to Daytona, Beach Sunday bama Experiment Station and also film flashes to the navy side of, the.
for a few days outing.' I state entomologist and was',here for ouestlon of "Are We Prepared? Our f'r1t'
display of Easter Hat AUantft..t\ I shown
Special at the of data at target practice
Miss Bandy' Thursday. April the 'S. P. Coates was a business visitor insects purpose for comparison getting with those on citrus of full and view" a of whole the camera.broadside This Is fired scene In $3.89 c,

from St. Petersburg Wednesday I Southern Alabama was taken.ffom" the deck of the "New and Cath Trade(:Coupons amounting to $5.00,
fffth.Mrs. spending several hours in Kissimmee. York and In one portion of It the

.:.,,4__for .visit J.. M,with,:Cothrane relAtives\ left Wedne&dsy Me"-..topp.edat the Manhattan-Hotel.: lj White'Shoes.of alMclndsT JusTwhaT .'Florida'-Ja-.a--hllung.yards high: at'a distance;; of t 1-1.mllei.'Wia , -'Worth'12'ta'15'peir'ser.. << 'Yours-tipon'thb'preseattatiolnof' '

.* 'anti a at Tampa I you want for summer. Story's. American -"unn.r. are. proven In thl.Irr..t ;, 5.00 Cash Trade Coupons.and $3.89. p
Ozona. J. A. Schier of Rossford, Ohio, were I patriotic film" to,be the greatest
Waists prominent among the Deeu Park citizens ,W,'B. Meetch of "Harrisburg. Pa.,.! In the world. CORNER DRUG STORE
Today another l lot "Fern"' who with his Then there flashe on the screen the
spending Saturday in the city on party makes his heads
i actual scene of the American
occupation
each The '
$1.00 at Quality Store:
a business and pleasure trip com juarters at his pretty Mabbettee of Vera Crus. The battleship '
bined. street residence and spends the winter 1 'Florida". and the cutter "Perry" are
John Holden left Wednesday for hi
I shown landing marine and bluejackets r :
home in Mount Air-Iowa; after several The.E: '&:W'Shirt,comes:back.fromlaundry hunting the launch: and fishing hal'parchaeed i and stormlns the city. At one part in-! ; lIE
months' residence Mrt-this-city: Margaret and is having,it. In the film la seen the first shedding of II -
l looking like new-no tale generally overhauled. The engine has American flg-htlirfr/ blood In Mexlcb/ .
He made his home at the' Franklin Get 'em at The Store. since IMS.. Corporal Roarers 'of' the"Perry"
Quality
been sent to the We''are
House. factory to be put in marines fall within ten feet 'Ready to Fight I {
Miss Maude-Alice who perfect repair and a hurricane deck of the camera (concealed behind a '
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If. B. Whitaker and B. K. Kibbe of been Wagner, has will be built Everything will be in bulldlna-'s wall and operated bv a Secret I .

Orange Center were business.visitor the past visiting'few friends weks at has Sanford returned for readiness for use by the'early..fall. Rohumacker' Service of man the*, ana Florida Able ,Seaman I..eep" Your Eye and

to the city last Saturday and made home accompanied by Miss, Roberta, Representative N. C. Bryan leaves dropping. to over climb street over.Every defense. as he attemnts -. t
an appreciated call Tit the office of the who will be her.guests for some time.C. tomorrow night for Tallahassee to be " patriotic American through 'Troubles ,
Gazette.J. present at the opening of the legisla out the country, I* h" I. offered the opportunity Jewelry : .
C. Durkee and H. M. Cook of ture which .convenes next Tuesday. to see 'GuardingOld Olory,' .. \
S. Blitch of Tallahassee memberof should avail himself of that. Opportun
the State Tax Commission, was i in Conneaut Ohio' accompanied by F. J Mr. )' of the tem ity regardless. of the cost or trouble he '
the in conference with Head of Jefferson Ohio were a partyof perance committee at the last session may be put to In. so doing. He'owes We Are Mobilized and Fully Eq ippcd.,
city yesterday tourists looking about this city It to hlmsjelf"td learn the truth about
and expects to be assumed!
this chair.; ''
Representative N. C. Bryan- on legislative his country." LET US YOU
SHOW
I matters. Wednesday. They made their headquarters manehio again. He thinks a resolu:. ;

at Manhattan, Hotel tion calling for the submission'of a Vl TF71t-eva Ann 1."'''''''''' TO VIBW ,t .,
Save April 14 tat ,"The WishingRing" The constitutional amendment for, state. i'IVT.'Itn1s. nionvitjv"v. s, I .
Misses and e
at Casino.S. Elizabeth, Alberta wide prohibition will be passed early t 7QVIPMtl'T ,Dr. H. 'E. Cole, Optometrist will be at his : f
the
O'Berry are guests' of Alve Fort- Jullen J Proskauer, huslnesi man- '
of Marion ner, and Olivine Savage. Miss Elizabeth in the session. | aver of 'TluardlnR Old Glory at present I :, usual place \in thia'elt.\tiahmeat' i every,Toes- k
E. Lesher and wfie ,
Congressman W. J. Sears left In thl. ('Itycompleting' arrangements ,
Tues
Ohio returned Monday to their home will enter the Kinsimmee seh.w'inor day night for for' the showing of the picture day; to meet his friends and patient ,
after winter residence in this city. the remainder of the term and Al- Washington to be on Monday at the Dixie Theatre, has Issued .-,
berta will return to her home after hand for the opening of the edtra session an Invitation to the. veterans They are old friends of Mr. and Mrs. atwoweeks' ,,of Cong-re'called.. by President the loAal camn and the visitor to at "
visit. "E.ANDERSON'
I : N. W. Morrow. Wilson for Aprll'2. Deinite the fact tend picture the matinee at'the, of verp this special great price pntrlotlc of. 'W: &, CO.,

W. T. Lanford left this week for Mr. sad Mrs. W. F. Burdick of that thei congressman's visit has been ten cents.. The flrst ten veteran coming '. : I 'ti
Fair Bluff, N. C., where he expect. to Flint Mich.. are visiting their cousin, brief, he expressed himself a8""'having! to see this, 'feature of feature, will ',1 JEWELERS
be,admitted
the of the ,'1 Mr. E., L. Westfall. They have been en toyed every minute of the stay; and free. Successors to
spend greater part summer
joining his family who have ,been'I spending the winter in the south including only regretted ''that the limited time j IL 0. BROWN &: CO. '
ys he Last Friday might Mr; A. F.
had at home did Smith
r there for "some' tim.. a trip to New Orleans and not allow him tf)
from there to Tamp,by the water visit all e'tlonsof his district.. H. of Company gave a lecture on Life .
V v Mr: E. SanbonvMrs..E. Brew k.r route. will be followed in a few days by" his and Scenes Along'' the Mexican Border ., k' I" '

and her eons William were a party arriving private secretary Lacy Johnson. at Bethel Baptist Chapel in South 1 1oo.o'Ot'tO
from St. Cloud Monday and Stolen-'The Wishing Ring. See Hon. N. K.; Snlf fln, secretary of the Kissimmee. The address was extremely '
were truest at the ,Westfall house, who has it at the Graystone Annex Indian Rights Association of Philadelphia interesting and was illustrated '.
by a large number of photographsthat 0 00..0..00...tOO..0...o.o. ....o 0 0 ,
Mrs. Brewaker and her April 14.George
son are en spent a few days in the citv
route for their home at Alma Mich. this week calling on Mr.' and Mrs. J. Mr. Smith had taken while In Spray Now With :
'. L. BUrelow, of St. Paul, W. Willson Jr. He was here to get camo along the Rio Grande. 'The at- ,Lime-Sulphur, \\
}'ttce tine laces 2Hc and up at The Minn.-who has been domiciled at the information along the lines of the tendance was' excellent and the audi

Quality Store. 'rsv tone Hotel for several months, proposed bill to the Legislature haw ence greatly 'appreciated Mr.' Smiths Keep New Growth Free from Mites, Red Spiders,
kindness. ,
lied Wednesday morning of locomotor ing for its ,
Mr: and Mrs. Lockwood of Ch.roA purpose the granting of ( ... ; Melanose and Scab.
ttaxia. His death rather lands '
was sudden to the Seminoles
it.'<',1 kee,',Iowa who. have.; been touringFlorida'Ithia and the doctor was called only a short part of the state. From in here the Mr.southern' Snif-'MAWACJKMKMT I'TATIiJ'IIICN'I' OK THIS OWWRRSHir j .Loss of)Infested)Leaves Gives You and Even Start With" .
1" f ,winter left Wednesday CIRCULATION. llrl'C. : '
for Orlando. They are friend of Mr. time before he answered the last sum fin went to Miami to consult Captain Rta< lIHKn! RV THR ACT OK CONKKSS .' Pests, : :" / ,
mons. Spencer Indian agent' and together ( OF AUGUST M. 1.14
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and Mr. J. C. Dowing and were their these Spray in Adding Black Leaf "
gentlemen will then go to Tal Blooni, 40 for Thrips., Insures .
guests on several occasions. John C. Scates of Portland Me. lahassee.PROF. Of KIi___ .n.F aat... Rbllaaea _
'
vho is winter Weeklymt KI..lea.e. ...... tor Heaver Setting of Fruit. Booklet on Spraying;
the a resident of Orlando '
Your country needs you. Enlist April HM 1 1T.
services of A. A. Wits and.have your Scates'is visited: Kissimmee Thursday-' Mr. R. M. EVANS FATHER State of Florid CONSULT OUR .
; a director of the American Countv of Osceola. .
shoes repalrde in up-to-date style. DIED AT'TAMPA .
Automobile YESTERDAY 1. That the names and addresses of
Association and inquiring
'Nuff sed. I was the publisher, editor managing editor, Bureau of f Information Citrus ,
into the road condition surrounding Prof. R. M. Evans received a wireyesterday and business/ managers are: on, Troubles ;
'A. J. Gray, who ha been spending' Kissimmee.Mr. stating'the sudden death of I Publisher., W. 13, Harris, Klalmme. "
the past few' months in this section, his father J. J. Fla.1 Editor Conducted by J. G. Grossenbacher
and Evans who Is a long Max P. Morlts. Klsalmmee, ,Pathologist
left Monday night' for his home in De. Mrs. A. S. Nelson and Flit '\
..troit Mich. This made his eighth Judge and Mrs. Cowley who are visH- time resident and well-known real estate Buslnesa! Manager, E .O. Van Aftiew Groves carefully examined and their needs fully detailed d
winter he spent in Osceola county ands tog the former here made an auto broker of 'Tampa; The message 2. Klaslmmee, ..1... ,
.f hopes to return and be with us next trip this week to Sanford to see Dr. did not give the cause of his death W That H Harris the owner Klsslmmeo arel; Fla. along' with methods of treatment to insure. the

season A:- F. Basil from Wichita Kansas but it is thought to have been heart K.. O Vnna Agnew, Klaslmmee Fla largest, net returns?' ., i
f who ,was formerly the family physician failure. 3 That the known bondholders

Myron Kenney 'of DeLand spent of the Nelsons for M period of Pro and Mrs. Evans owning morttragrees or holding, and other 1 per security cent or holders mart

looking several,day after in property Kissimmee interests this'weke and over delightful twenty-flve outing years.and report They the. had roads a by Robert, Jr., left this morning accompanied to be of 01 other total "amount securities of ate bonds: mortgcasos f FLORIDA INSECTICIDE &, FUNGICIDE CO.APOPKA . 1 1l
present at the funeral which
Annie
will.be
Mr. Stated In Palmer Fell Wnrrenton, Va. '
visiting friends. Kenney comparatively good condition.," *
held Merftenthaler Linotype Co, New
., on Sunday. The sympathy of FLORIDA l i
,
that he expects to return here next f e this York. ,
community will with them. 1
fall and occupy his pretty winter. residence Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Wells, who go K. O. VANS AGNEW J>: 'sG.b':3fi++ S}C'4-Sv+'rL4G44+tiH ;

on Mabbette! street. '' have resided in Kissimmee for several __ ..
A====::a=-.==-;; -- - ... '
month leave ... .
past; Monday night for ..., ,,----v.-.. "' "q v -- ... .
W.' B. Meetch and his daughter, Orlando, where they will spend sew <11 ...
Mrs. Anna Meetch Frain left Tues. eral days with relatives. From there 4
day evening for their home in Harrisburg they go to Kennebunk Me., for the '
Pa. and Mrs..Harry Meetch will summer months and will vrobablv MONDAYo 'MONDAY
continue to enjoy Florida sunshine return here next wi"t{ .". Mr. Wells THEATRE
till next Wednesday, when they too has conducted the Gift Shop on Darlington \ H
will leave for the summer. The uartv avenue for s"metime past. .
are regular winter resident of this These estimable people have /,
many
city and their many friends will'look friends and admirers in the city who '
'
v forward with pleasumrable- anticipation will wish _them ,a pleasant. journey, :hiott: .re of: the_ ou.z'Z'1.8 '

to their return and hope to see them again in the

BnfcUrlck -Pattern- at The Quality near future.. "COLUMBIA", J T he h "The Star Spangled

,Store. Prominent among the visitors to the I 'G'UA'RD''ING OLD 'GLORY'Ba, J In Triumph Shall

" -, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Trimble of Orlando city Tuesday.were Messrs. A. Else, Gem f the .
spent Sunday in Kissimmee on president of the' ,Citizens Bank* & of Ocean Ware" "
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stevens Trust Co.; Ed. Bryan of Snow-& '
making the trip in their automobile.Mr. Bryan and John Bonaker of Bonack-, "
Trimble is well known here and er Bros., who represented the hustling OFFICIAL'MOTION PICTURE OF THE i II L

is one of the foremost architect in Cigar: City. These gentlemen are
'& Florida having drawn the ,plans for three of the leading spirits of business UNITED: STATES ARMY AND NAVY '
some of the big school and other circles in Tampa and have beenon ,
buildings erected at different points a tour of the east coast with the

., y in the state. They have many friendsin motorcade which left the metropolis See Uncle Sam's fighting men on land, on sea,' in air and 'under wa er. See America's '
t>f South Florida last week. They .
them
this section i who gave a cor-
dial welcome. passed through Kissimmee en route latest battleships, submarines! 'qiiitl aeroplanes! in action. Endorsed Highest
home, and stopped long enough to '
Army and Navy,,Officials and Cabinet Officers. -
Tampa's hustling tax assessor, Her shake hands with many of their ,
man II. Regener passed through Kis- friends and admirers here. w

simmee Monday night and spend, a THE TRUTH ABOUT AMERICA'S DEFENSES: :
few minutes chatting,pleasantly with The possibilities of the soil and ', f
''friends. Mr. Regener was en route to truck growing in this section of the '

Orlando"where he went as a delegateto (, State has been demonstrated by Mrs. General) Leonard Wood, Senior General of.tie United tat Army' says: ,"Every patriotic: American taroofhoot tie country, if he '
a.
.;'lte the World convention,'representing of the Hillsborough Woodmen of near Miriam the Quina city in who which has she a does truck all farm the -is' offered tne 'opportunity to see "Guarding Old Glory.," should avail himself of that opportunity regardless. of the cost or trouble he may. be .

-"' amp No.87.. He has a number:of work herself with the exception of 1 pat to in so do Dr. 'He. owes it to himself to leant the troth, about his country.FREE .
friends here and .takes advantage the heavy plowing operations. The .

'whenever possible to renew old Wcnaaintances. lady is'proudly; 'exhibiting to friendsa FIRE WORKS --- BIG BANDtCONCERT "
, with which the scale ,
Together, Manager huge rutabaga tips , , .
Wichtendahl of the Graystone Hotel a fraction over six pounds one of several ,
Chas.< W. Dann of the Quality Store of the variety she has grown on "
,and Max P. Morits of the Gazette Mr. her patch The vegetable 1 ia a beauty. CHILDREN, Oct r

Regener/spent his childhood days at indeed; and is the source of much admiration MATINEE' 26c. PRICES .' NIGHT ALL SEATS 25c. i
ADULTS
'Cotha, and the "bunch" has a'great; and when' 'considered that
time.when they' get together and recall very little care was given to the patch ,
". pleasant experience daring the after planting If. a fair example) :of
days when they Hp' pp and down the what can be grown here and u quitea All Veterans coming to the,Matinee'will be admitted.for'10c. The first'Ten.who come will l be admitted f fCO! t '

\achool bench together in the hustling) credit to the"lady's* reputation a* a,

rang. county.settlement.:, '' / ;ruck grower
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SIX e u THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1917

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.) I HONOR ROLL I Ij BELIEVING DUE SOME SOUTH RECOGNITION FLORIDAIS Deck paint R 1

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Si. Cloud
Department PERRY AFTER SPEAKERSHIP

The fallowing pupils of the Kissi,n- fpr porch floorsPorch

mee Public Schools have !not been absent :- lion. French W. Perry, of Lee .

NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDER ''CITY* FRO/I' OUR OWN or tardy during the month endIng county, has announced his candidacyfor floors are exposed to rain,sleet,snow and .,;.'
March16th have made an
average extremes of heat and cold. It takes a mighty r.'iT:
SPECIAL, CORRESPONDENT! of 9V( per cent. or more in their speaker of the next house of, rep. 1
studies, with not less than 86 in any resentatives, in a statement recently good paint to stand up against such conditions.
.. ,.. I More than that-it must be proof against the +'
subject, and not less than 95 in deportment given to the Times-Union, his reason s

tt On Wednesday, March 21st a party Mrs. White-newly-weds of a' day : being that South Florida is entitleto tread of many feet. We guarantee that :,
The Drum Corps escorted them from First Grade some recognition. The statemen' .
of four with well-filled baskets wended George Lamb, Henry Brat ton, Carl
the cypress grove to, the !house where follows: d'I I
their Way to the depot to take the they were presented to the assembled Ledbetter, Norman Graham}; J. Paul "1 am an active candidate for th I

early morning train to.spend the day company by Miss E ple. After congratulations Yd well, Alpheus Gilbert, George Minx, speakership of the house, I have nth J ElQl; ,/L
at the .lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. and good wishes were extended Fred. Eberly, Bernie Yates, Harry political ambitions to rrratlfy.'and m:
t E. D. French at Ashtpn( to celebratethe to them! they were given the Lee Swain Tommie Bell, Charles Tyson political activities will probably terminate -
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Geo. freedom of the place and alfbwed to Cecil Sharp Stanley Chapman, with the present session. Th
Barber, the morning was pleasantly; wander at their own sweet will. Mrs. Joseph Tucker, Josephine Griffin, WiU interests of.South Florida can hard-) DECKPAINT
h spent with games, and conversatino( White was well known as Miss Florence helmina Carson, Erma White, Char be harmonized with those of Nort!
until the noon hour came with the call Richardson of Ayer,. Mass A lotte Avant' Doris Goodman, Alberta Florida, and is it not fair. play and will give you the longest wear on your pprch y '
to dinner and all sat down to a table vote of thanks was extended to the Bronson, Virginia Harris, Susie right, in View of the fact that:th<' floors. It s made lor boat decks. Think of I A lI
} which fairly'' groaned with good host and hostess for their hospitality. Smith, Corinne Johnson, Thelma Da. present speaker .(who.is my prinripn1 the wear and tear....-salt water. prayF tropical I
things After dinner all went far a S. J. Howell and Aloha Reagan, vis, Evelyn Welsh Katherine Waring, opponent), has oncer represented thr heat, zero weather, and the scraping and
stroll through the grove( Those present George Alberta and Nora .Reagan Geneva Bowel, Ruth Joiner, Ella industrial interests of :North .Florida. scratching of hundreds of heels, V
were! Mr. and Mrs. George Bar- were married Saturday evening, Quirk, Montelle Lane, Jennie Schilder, I that South Florida with her Industrie DKVOR- Deck Taint will not turn \ c II
ber and Miss Ella McAllister of $t.. March 17th, at the home of Rev. Jul. Bertha Parker, Lent .Drivers, Rena should receive recognition at; this white It won't Peel, chip or crack
Cloud, Mr. Myron F. Barter of Mon ians. We wish them much happiness.Mr. Henry, Louise Hudson- Elizabeth. Al- time. --even when it is scrubbed with t :
tevideo, Minn.; and Mr.' and Mrs.. K. I>. and Mrs. Alberts left on Monday burger. "While I cannot at this date under hot water and soap. Made in eight ,/ ( .
French of Ashton."In the.evening all I for their future homo in Minnesota. take to (five in detail.the laws I shall] colors. Come in and get prices '
took their way to the depot 'Wisbinl I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rode and little Second Grade A advocate, I will take'.thU "opportunityto I /f /
Mrs. Barber many happy returns of daughter, who have theIr winter home Cecil Canova,. Joe Denning, S.:- h.. point;out, flrst, .that I opposed the I ,
the day. here, will leave next Tuesday for their Gardner, Julian Graham, Earl Henry, reapportionment act of the last sesSion . .
Mr. Fred Belle, who has been spend summer home at Brownstown, III. Enoch Herzherg, Roy puling, Frances for the reason that it was notbald fc 4 ,
f ing the winter here, left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Olmstead Bailey,Muriel Davis, Aileen Bradley, !! on principles of equity' and e \
morning for his. home at New Castle, loft on Monday for their home in 1 Ethel: Flint. Jewel Miller, Laura Tay.lor,4lary fairness; second, .1 opposed the reapportionment .
0 l Yates, Louise May.. ..._
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because under the
N. If.' constitution ,
Mrs Charles Miller left last Satur. Ohio.Mr.) Myron F. Barber anent Friday I if that re apportionment & f Q
Ohio she last week Second Grade B failed automatically it would p, ?
day for Cincinnati where' and Saturday at the horns ; come
expect to enter the hospital for an of' Mr.\ and, Mrs.."' Simpson at Naroodsee Helen Bell, Richard Holtsclaw, up at this session. The reapportionment -

v -operation.----I '.-..? _, _._. Henry Key, Daniel Minx, Gee, Lee! should be!! made every ten years .
0 Mr/ and; Mrs. Frank;; : Chamberlin, Mr. onathfre'beWltfBrntvnof'Kisftimmee BIftletarY'Ralph') : -Wits-' Florence and 1917 i II, .under constitutional 1i
f' who have'been spending the" winter spent Tuesday with'friends in Ashton, Virginia -Bowel, "Zelrna" BenJamin jrovTSloTflTtfift'proper; time-for- roaportionment. :-
Sarah Dule, Ethel Joiner, ,l ..
here, left on Thursday last for their St. Cloud. > The various legislatures' "
R northern home near Buffalo, N. Y. I' At the election held in our city on- Hazel Nicks, Emma B. Quirk, Elsis since 1887 have,sidestepped an equitable -
One of the most pleasing and" en. Tuesday the following were elected! Schilder, Sallie Story, Viola Bell Yow- reapportionment, apparently for W.. B., MAKINSON COMPANY

joyable picnics of the entire winter Mayor, Levi Shambon; treasurer, A. ell. the reason ,that_ South Florida hah Bulldtnf/ Hirdwirs, Rooflnt, Paints Oilt, flops Pumps Gas Engines, MID Supplies Ell:.t
a wah that held at Mr. Wentworth'ebungalow G. Durham; street commissioner, N. been developing more rapidly than KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
; .on the.canal by the) New Washburn :-Mr, McClay, sanitary inspector Third Grade A North Florida, which, under the orig- ,
.
\ lK England SCeletylast Wednesday '' ._Glenn Benjamin., ,. Carroll ,Makinson, nal" allotment' ,,,named,, the. numerical. PAINT DEVOE PAINT
There were over one' hundred present,' Mr. and Mrs. Skiln, who have passed Geneva "Miller Helen Chapman/ majority of the ,Florida l legislature. .

Dinner was served on several large a pleasant winter in our midst lefton Birdie Rogers, Estelle Floyd Pansy. "Wjth this brief outline of some of -- - "-- . -- -
tables 'under the spreading: cypress, Tuesday for their northern hom9.I .Outlaw, Irene Ingram, MinnU Hudson he Issues which will come before the gust: of the Epworth League officer WHO IS.THE PATRIOT
'l followed by a program of music, I The auxiliary to the Army and Julia Ledbetter, Madeline Fox, Florida legislature, with my views on
Beatrice Ollar, Dorothy Bullock, Annie of same capacity, Mrs. II, (M. Little, of
speeches and a general review of the I Navy Union held their regular meet- the same, and with the assurance that
v past ;year with a roll call of the memo ing on Monday afternoon, held the Story, Jane May. at an early date I will furnish you Ocala, last week Congenial friendsare Fort Myers Press: The Itor'oC

bers. The members of the St. Cloud regular business session and are also ; with my views on other live legislative. we. Every time visiting that nice the Klssimmee Valley Gazette, whose

Fife and Drum Corps were present 1 planning for a social to be held in the Rosella Cooper Third,Grade Catherine B Denning, topics. I beg to remain! place, it is to hope that before coming name, by the way is MaxLP. Moritz
and added zest to the occasion by near future. "Very truly yours,
; special "Fellow tried to be funny by
Doris Davis, Doratea White, lIaz\1!l again there will surely\ be Endeavor says:
selections appropriate to the instruments The Interurban Railway Company "FRANCIS: W. PERRY.
writing that there couldn't be much
societies in us
the and
Bass Ellen Coleman
Ruby Drlggers, Presbyterian
also Mr. .Jones with his have furnished and occuoving
an
are Americanism or patriotism in a maa
k Tina Alma Christian churches
Bertha Witz, Schlider, which have good
.violin and Mr. Worrell with office
the man over lute Bank building
on Johnson, Fred. Gilbert, Don. Oliver, pastors. Ocala will join the procession whoso name was spoiled! with 4tz at
dolin contributed greatly to the enjoyment New York avenue and Twelfth street.
the windup. If the aforesaid fellow
Melvin Johnson, Nicholas Biesener, [ CHRISTIANENfiEA YOn I surely after a while. 0
of' the occasion. ,
Autos conveyed 1 Mrs. Brewbafcer and son, Thad, who had not displayed his jingoism or hy-
Dick Makinson. Harry Woodall, Milton GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
the party to and from. St. Cloud to have been spending the winter here, draism, by 'forgetting: to sign hIS
Bell Oren Brown Lewis Lamb.
,u the canal. One of the special attractions left on Tuesday for their home at Alma ': name to the epistle we would have
f was the telling of.fprtunea by I'. Mich. The state C. E. yelar ends at the TAMPA MAN GOES TO FRONT furnished him with ,a record of our
Grade A
one who has the subject down pat. A The ditching machine is here ready Fourth Gilbert Re- convention' in Orlando, April 19-22, so AS A WIRELESS CENSOR service to Uncle Sam in the past 2*
Edna Willie
great.reception was tendered Mr.. andI. for work on the sewer drains; Cayson, all over our union the young folks in demonstrating beyond'a doubt
bekah Miller, Katherine Moseley, years
'8ociett !"" getting ready both who '
many vare Houston Wall, in company that we had mon American patriot:
)Kimbrough Oliver, Ralph Schilder,
Carl Schmidt, Breta.Whaley. to: go to Orlando and finish their annual with ether prominent Tampans,' _was ism in the little 'tx' than he had in his'
reports' of the efficiency: -campaign here yesterday, will Boon go to the entire yellow-streaked make-up."
: IMPORTANT NEWS EVENTS Fourth Grade B and toher forward movements front. Some time ago Mr. Wall received Reminds us of an epistle received

Eunice Rivers, Mary Ella Stroup, beingpushed. energetically in Florida.- an appointment to Annapolis, some time ago by the Press from one
:'1 DURING THE PAST WEEK Mary Coleman, Letty Holtsclaw, Newel! but declined for. the reason that,-he of these nameless "patriots" ( T) who ..
Palatka
: The > last issue, told
Marie Harper, Gladys Harman, Ele did not wish a naval education at the found fault with some of the editorial -
.
of a silver tea given by Congregation.al
anor Overetreet, George Williams, expense of the government, says the expressions in this paper, which
Spain unearths organization engaged for police duty. Two new ,.army departments Thomas Quirk, Richard Winter, Dowl. Endeavorers. There were games Palm Beach Post sought to be just, and admitted his,
and
to supply cordon of German submarines are created. ing Graham, Arthur Flint, Irvin Drig- music refreshment and every The board of trade at Tampa received double ,ignorance by saying of this ,
; with provisions.; Line of subs .- gers. one had a good time. It was in Po- a request from the Key West naval "funny individual" that "he must he ....,...
: extended to Baltic. Provisions were Seven hundred Interned German mona that this- pleasant affair took station to recommend an experienced a German or an ''Irish." If a German

.applied by small floats anchored outside sailors are taken to Forts Oglethorpe Fifth Grade A place. wireless operator for service, whereupon he has too much Kulture (yes he- .',

of. Spanish,territorial waters.Obsessed and McPherson under heavy guard. Marie Ogram Elizabeth Moseley, [ Interla hen celebrated- Dixie. Endeavor the Tampa board promptly suggested put the 'e' on),. If an IrI.h.he 'ought,
Are men' from German raiders Kron Katharine Miller Ruth Herzberg, young Wall. His position Is to have some. Incidentally we notice
withfear' Sunday by a full program inthe'evening that of chief radio which that the 'name of the of 10_'
emperor may Prinz Wilhelm and Pritiz Eitel Fried Madge Rivers Mae Winn, R. D. the gunner corresponds captain
.. state press superintendent in rank with that of ensignin simmee's military is Howard
'
abdicate is forecast made by German erlch. ,_ Thomas.. company
being leader. The C. E. choir
the The Katz and we'll bet his
magistrate. Iron man' system poisoned ( navy. appointment was on patriotism -
4 had special music and a collection: was made March 10. Mr. Wall has already as we will that of Max Moritz,
by bitter thoughts that haunt Fifth Grade B
'Attempts to. enter Watertown, taken up; part for state work, rest asa
.. been promoted by reason of his abilityto whom we believe to be true blue.Wbaaavar .
film day ahd Fannie Seymour, Leo Canova.
night.iM r MASS. arsenal. Three 'men found thanksgiving offering, sent to DixieC. the duty of censoring wireless messages -

!> 't burrowing under fence ot the cro ndl. . 'Sl.xth Grade' A. E. headquarters in Birmingham, in the Key West district' Mr. You Need" Oaacwal 'toaIG:

Whitlock Commission and member of the American Intruders, escape. 'j I Johnnie- Bronson, Winifred Den- Ala. Wall has for years maintained a pri- Take o.v..'. .'.iJ
ordered to leave .
ning.Katherine McKay Naomi Starling vate radio station in Tampa, and his The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless .
I Belgium. f Belgian workmen make appeal to Margaret Winn Nellie Woodall, Daytona seems to sometimes have experience in operating wireless station I chill Tools U' equally valuable a* neutrals. te save them from slavery.. Winters James Hope. more than its share of good things has won him the recognition he 1 General Tonic because ft contain thewell
k British and French still make gains Conditions represented a. tragic. Violet Treasurer Lathrop and Mr. Coleman. has received from the government., He known tonic twopertiesof QUININB. \
.on western front. Russian capital to Sixth Grade B headquarters C. E. leaders, besidesour Is a son of Perry G. Wall, of.Tampa, and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive
k be moved to Moacew.Glonel Jacksonville Naval Militia called I Una Harmon, Gldays Calkins, Nora most beloved Endeavor friends. who last night said! oat Malaria, Br ricbee the :Blood and
: Dr. and Mrs. Francis E. Clark, have "I Builds the W_x>le Bysteou 50 cents.
out War deem it an honor to send my only up
by Department as a precautionary 1 Keller, Blanche dueler, F. S. Ledbet
1 ,' "Teddy" Ro .JI'Nt.! j is in measure to guard docks and ter, Ralph Cooper. all enjoyed this fine climate in lovely son to the, front, but he is not going .
.Punta Gorda on a fishing trip. Will wharves in the city, and to protect S Daytona. Dr. Clark has returned to alone as it is my intention to get into Visiting cards printed by the Val-.

(l spend time trying to land devilfish. I railroad bridge across the St. Johns Seventh Grade A Boston compelled, much him benefited to rest and in health not speak that 1 this war if I have to* drive a mule.. ley Gazette Job Department. .'

Ex-President-Taft say Teuton I. river. Ruby Oliver, Lena Williams. for the young people here, but once

linkers should be sunk without warn- "British hospital ship Asturias sunk Seventh Grad R I in'Daytona' tfr"* ..

f .' ing. "To wait too long is like waiting ; without .w.mlng-thlrty-one persons Dorothy Miller, Robert Calkins.: Do know-the convention com. ABSOLUTELY STOPS ALL LEAKS
you
for a coroner's Inquest when a man : killed and twelve missing. 1 .
Orlando It is Miss Margaret
mittee in ?
t ,: points a gun at you," he says. r Eighth Grade A 4 k '
I Fiske chairman Rob.
general GRAPHELASTIC
; ROOF PAINT :
German at N. Y.
agent Geneva Dorothy Denning, Nellie Long, Nel.
Lewter for work Miss ,
ert reception
,
Report given out says losses in Al- .1 flashed news and was arrested. Drawings lie:\ Bowen, Donald McKay. ; .
tied warships since beginning of war : and map found in his possession. Ethel Sharpe, ent rtainm.ent\ committee SOLD UNDER POSITIVE(GUARANTEE
: :is over 850,000 tons, which is equal to Held on'technical of ; Miss Mary L. Branham, for registrations -
charge attempted
Eighth Grade B
Ii, the combined tonnage of Russia and uicide. Il and Miss McQuarters, of NOT AN EXPERIMENT BUT AN ESTABLISHED TESTED PRODUCT
Frances Kritz, Irene Milton, Irene
work. Write Mr. Lewter
i publicity
iH; Japan when the European war began. : Pittman. who and when"delegates are coming, Crsphclaitic will make an old roof as good as new. Any one can apply

I" Navy ordered recruited to 87,000 at Florida Tuesday J legislature Will convenes be called at Tallahassee to- I HIGH.SCHOOL and Miss Branham should be sent it. For 5 year-the standard roof paint of the South. _

a of arrival. This is a new plan
Martha Hope, Percle Oliver, Edith copied from other states, and the 30 gallons, 65c per gallon. Less than half barrels, 75c per gallon. ,

L.. .0044409040P44PP04044404404 delegates full of enthusiasm for the Miller, Minkle Gardner, Vashti Harman internationals. But, as for the first Graphelaitic will cover about 200 square feet 1othe sallon.Crapnela.lic .

\ 4 0 cause ,. Ethel, Johnson Margaret'. Ken time In several years, the railroads Liquid Cement for roofs in very bad condition, $1 I per gaL

4 SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS 4cj Mr. Granger of Miami Is here looking ton. grant the 2c per mile, plus 25c, rate Graphelaitic heavy cement 50 pounds, 8c per pound. l

cj 4... .OO.O... .OO.OOO.OO.4 after business interests. Second: Year. sonable delegates way,than we will even have as other more years rea- ; ; Above prices subject: to \10% discount: for cash. I. .

The writer and other called at the None. I without registration fee. Other
any
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.G. hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs New- -., states usually have entertainment. Graphelastic Manufacturing Co.
C. the of of land Sunday. Third Year
Bremen was scene one cost, extra even Epworth Leaguersdo
a the most enjoyable social affair ever I. P.'Tyson is on the sick list. Sadie Bryan, Ruth Howell, Chris in Florida, but not* so with our GENERAL OFFICES, JACKSONVILLE .-
Grady has invested in. a fine buggy. tine Ivey, Gertrude McKay, loyal, entertainers of this
, given at Shingle Creek, when Mrs. Look out, girls. I state C.generous E. Union. ....oO.O .O'M..U..tooooo .OOtOO... _
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< ,Bronson entertained with a party Henry Balknlght was a KIssimmee Fourth Year '-

t? .Thursday night in honor of.her broth. claler Tuesday.W. None;. The Klssimmee Valley Gazette had
:er,.Malcolm Overstreet who has just' ., L. Mosely and family visited a splendid picture of its soldier boys
returned from the border. The relatives in Kissimmee Sunday.R. A sore throat can be treatest best wondered hoer En'
rooms and we many were
y' ., were tastefully decorated with cut DeWitt Brown and wife motored from the outside. The throat should deavorers. Surely there are many, DIXIE I E FLYER. AND DIXIE LIMITED L I I ; 'f

flower and potted plants. Various out this way Sunday. be rubbed gently with Ballard's Snow taking the state over. It is the same ALL-STEEL
a games were played and Miss Edyth Homer Cromartie spent"the week- Liniment. ApplY'.t night and cover woy other places. For several years ELECTRIC-LIGHTED TRAINS FOR :
li Niswonger and Mrs. R. L.-Ivey favor end in Tampa, combining business with a cotton cloth bandage; by morn I Percy Russell has been state introduction CHICAGO AND Si. LOUIS ,''r
ed the guests with piano selections, with pleasure ing the soreness will disappear. Price superintendent for New Jersey. ";
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after which the guests were called to Mr. and Mrs. Adam Yates are the 25c, 50e and $1.00 per.bottle. Sold by Now the list of their officers has a'' \ DIXIE FLYER DIXIE LIMITED: .t, .
a "put the donkey' tail on." Walter I proud parents of a baby boy born last Osceola Pharmacy. blank in place of this department- Lv Jacksonville C L 8.30 PM Lv Jrsksonvlll: . ACL 9.1$' AM ;
I Ar Maces .......GS&F 4.25 AM
week. Ar.M.colIMMoMHOS&F 4.38 PM .
h Bronson being the successful its superintendent a splendid
and
reason,
one .OO..OOOOOOOOOOOO OO.OOOO. : Ar Atlanta .'.....Cof O 7.40 AM Ar AtI nb.. __ W.
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winning the prize, a box of candy. M. M. Miller and family of Kissimmee .. young man, had gone to the front. !I CofQ 7.30 PM
k Delicious punch and cake called at the home of II. C. Bron- surely hope that no real war Ar Chattanooga JKIStl 12.12 PM Ar Ch.ttanooa.tltUtL 11.43 PM ;
was serv- 4 ,end we
... OUR PECAN GROVE : i I Ar Nashville _.stlitl 4.45 PM Ar NashvilleJ..NCtStL, 4.07 AM
son Ssnday.
ed the wlil call the out of trodps '
during evening. ever calling Lv Nashville _...MClltl 8.15 PM Lv 4
Mr.. N.shvUI.L&N 4.15 AM ;;!I
and Mrs. Arthur Alderman of
Those enjoying the event' were ?. Times-Union: Showing the : again. Ar St. Louis _u I C 7.20 AM Ar Cvantvllle:: .,. L&N Lag AM '
' Boggy Creek visited G. Cro-:
at the P. I
1 Misses Edythe Niswonger, Susie Ty. Lv Nashville___ I-AN 4.53 PM
of E. L. Lesley and 4 Lv Evansvllle ..,..L&N 8.48 AM .,
*Bon, Annabelle Bronson Lucretia martie home Sunday. pecan grove ,State Treasurer G. A. Cavanaugh: .
Bass in Klsslmmee the 4 I ( Ar Evansville .... LAN 8.58 PM Ar St. Louis _,L&N 2.03 PM
W. C. y.
Over treet, Mr. and Mrs. located at still hopes fora
Walter now Palatkal LvEvanseilb..C&EI 10.25 PM Lv Evansvill _..C&EI 8.45 AM '.1
Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. G. C, Bronson, Take Herbine ''for indigestion. It 4 Valley Gazette on Friday offered 4 society to zed. A C. E. LvVlncennes....C&EI 12.08PM .Ar Vlncenne-.CAEI 10.16 AM 1- h
. ;Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Ivey, Malcolm relieves the pain in a few minutes and a very pretty picture. The pecan 4 bride (not Mr. Cavanaurn's) may soon Ar Terra H.ut...C&EI 1.33 AM Ar Terre H ut ..CAlCI 11.40 AM :
Overstreet Lucius Lanier,'Earl Bron I forces the fermented matter which grove is in the city :limits and 4 locate in the city. .This is but the Ar D.nwllle..u.C&EI, 3.13 AM Ar DanvlllM..C&EI' 1.07 PM
son and Carlyle Bronson. causes the' misery into'the bowels + occupies city block,' and whUe. ,' beginning, and just look ou\' for, a ChlcUe ......C&EI 7.10 AM Af Chlcaco......C&EI 4.25 PM 111I..1. 'EAr '1,
4'' Mrs. Ida Yates is .visiting relatives I Ii where It is expelled.. Price 50e. Sold the trees are not very large as"4 fine work ,there ahead. Compartment and Ob..rrstlon-Ltbrar' Seeplnac.n,'eomfortabkv roomy and r..ttut #- .
in town this week. ' by Osceola Pharmacy' 0 yet,"'Dq doubt they will fill up the 4 afknluwBvillv to Chmijto.Drawing .
*' nicely In.a few years, and 4 .' iter"spenti-a'few" *Ro. The usual"attendance ,was at the space The press.v < days l>niwl.g-Room .. &Can J.ok..oDVilli>to Atlases .
Epworth League Sunday R. L.; Wanted wood-cutter; steady work; 0 pay the owner handsomely. 14.,4, Tborou5hies C-Ch_ high-bark:.e.ta, demriaiivb.d Jwluoarill. te cWoya
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in Florida male- 4 ., Dtnln C.; ,.MTV* aU a.rout..avlc., ala c.n.. '
.Ivey being leader. The main feature $1.00 per cord. For particular, write ,.can growers are r .. r.' !}trOll
of the evening was" the talk by Miss .W R. Melller, Fulford Fla. tag money 'and 'the yield increases 'O T.: M, RIVERS. M.D. otTtiKo mronMATiaii. .Ltt_iMa e*" nc.Ove ,"'..... a
9 yearly. The price of,. "'P" **v 116.1 attar 9* ?t
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Edythe ,
Niswongerone her
i, delegate to -the Orlando District trip Ep a* ,i To Cora a Cold I. ODe Daytrek.LaxaTTVVE fancy pecan stays right up and 4 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 'ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD $ "
there is active and increasing 4 ,
an
Ir worth League Institute, held in OrTan- BBOkf h.lalM. It Mop W demand.; .4 Office over Osceola Pharmacy '"THK STANDARD RAILROAD, ,OF. TMC SOUTH" +
t do Friday ..arid Saturday. MiuNi.:, -..-- sad MmdaeM. sal sake ea tk. Gold. It"W."ftITOT' '
.? new,.reports a good time and all- .Dracstet. **<.. ' / ,Wr OSfiVS'a etp M" seek .. .JS.. ; ... .. ......,....... ..,. tif. 'LA, I . s' ..a.
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/ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ''GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH W, 1017 '\ StVEff__ _

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4000.00000000000000000.... ornct!: or
Prohibitionists: Getting Ready 0


. For Most Extensive' Campaign 0** NO In view DIVIDED of the ALLEGIANCE expected hoatill0**. County Farm Demonstration Agent

.. "' State *
- -- 0 ties between the Unitad :

, A report has just reached \JI. ehinery can, move,,and.we,liope-.that 0 Germany the time has arrived to de- + "" KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ';t.";:,' ,
{JFthough/( 'we have not yet been able to leading prohibitionists from every 0, for German sympathiters either to \' } '
confirm the report that the demoral section of-the state will be present clare their allegiance MarOh.29t.h.
sized liquor forces in a last effort to and witness the fall of Holt and the 0 this country or to Germany. Wo 1917 '.
0 afford have large element -'+
cannot to a *.
the fast waning of the 'liquor >
save powers power. O
enemies in
of hidden our
'
organized liquor traffic in Florida Big Rally at Tallahaaaee *
.j
0 Those who have become Dear Friend : "
have set aside their former champion) Plans for the big rally are being midst. '* .. .
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for the made everywhere in the state. Da not 0 naturaliced American; are guilty "'
Gus Muller deposed allowing
of is they the the fact thai a declaration of war ia momentarily
treason espouse Owing to ,,,
Make IIdry
and will
Davis bill to pass put up to fail to do your part. >> of their former country in .

hoodwink)hope;. Pleat the legislature Holt of their state-wide last" delegation come to Tallahassee from your for community the openingof and ** an cause United. Issue States.between They it and deserve the *0 .expected, we owe it ourselves our neighbors, and our country .. ;

who by the led the Virginia the legislature April 3rd and be "
fame way food-stuffa
treatment "all the possible.
the
and will receive to
to ,offset the : produce .
well down to disastrous defeat. there to do your part -
U
and influence of the .4 usually accorded to traitor ,
Florida Three-fourth Dry pressure liquor. 4 \ ,
remain to
intend to loyal
Halting Into consideration the amaz forces. I.* they Germany they perjured themselves Withf the above fact in mind I hope to place a copy of v
ing and unprecedented progress of BaW and Bryan to Speak of 0
path '
prohibition everywhere throughout Dr. 'P' .' A Dakar, national superintendent -, 0 when they the took United thy States. 0 this letter in ry'home in the county and ask your earnest oo-
0 to
the United States and the wonderful who hal{, been directing the allegiance
advancement of prohibition sentiment ,wonderfully successful efforts of the fr It is well for them real to Americans know that* operation; whether you farm on the city lot or all over, a section..'
k 4 the of
fia Florida we believe thre.equarterlrand I anti-saloon league in the national congress temper Of'0 ,-
traitors.
o will stand for
possibly four-fifths of the white. ,will be in Tallahassee representing no 0 will in all probabilities take a fi }
0 all crimes, treason stands para- The price of cattle very
.k, 'voters of the state are ready to vote I the anti-saloon league to address + mount. Citizens, whether native, 4
<. -Btafce-wide prohibition and that, the people on these great issues 10 bornor by adoption owe allege' decided jump the moment war is: declared, and 'it therefore behoves; .
they :ahcroW exert such a powerful influence ; and to report on the victories in the 1 I if +
this nation and
0 only to ,
at Tallahassee when the Leg- national congress.. Also W., J. Bryan.whd"ls 0 once they betray their country they us to put them on the market in the best possible shapo. This
of the advoCates
islature meets that every Representative now one principal the execration of human- <
deserve
and Senator will feel like voting of prohibition in America who ity. Foreigners who have' not can be done by' feeding Jap. cane velvet beans or cowpea hay ,
.for the submission measure. was in the Indiana campaign and addressed United 0
of Florida Awake the legislature of Indiana adopted the States aa still\ 'have time to these feeds
We
People 0 their country, are warned that 4 cassava. 'or sorghum'. ; plant ,
'Tha, house is dry but the senate, hAS accented our Invitation and will their having 0 .
:
,
Activity on part
address the citizens and members of any ,
while hi all human probability dry is inter- < '
'too close for comfort. Under the tre- the legislature. on, Wednesday night, <* for ests its qf object the UnitedS injury States to the, will Land that is at present planted to Irish PotatoejB, should
mendous pressure of Halt, and a liquor April 4th. i IT'V
'severe '
0 merit punishment.
slush fund 'and the influence of, Bring Your Dry Delegtliifl MUST BE A CASE OF AMER- have corn planted in every other middle. When corn is layed-by 1
the liquor forces there may be a possibility Use your influence, make your' AND ALL 1vlv
ICA FIRST LAST
of the Senate voting wet, nlans get up a ,,dry delegation and *+ THE TIME.,-St Augustine Rec- 0 drill in .or broad cast peas., Peas should' be harvested and dried, A t
though .we do( not believe it will+but bring such a formidable dry army to *
...--_-_t..._,4tiai.very possibility ouirht,.to' _.bring Tallahassee;\ that Holt and the liquor oral ... for winter, -food. ..
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' :every'.Florida prohibitionist to his lobby will <]Uair before our superior -'--- --- '- .L _._".._. . i
66' 6t o" :
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feet with determination to get- into numbers and strength and go downin oo..o" 6 6 t i "
the fight with every,ounce of energy, defeat, leaving the legislature free \1 Land at present planted. watermeTonai ; d-te', followed 1 '
and I every dollar of money.possible and unbiased to make wholesome laws FLORIDA}, POTATO CROP /
laid on the altar of service to give for all the people. with velvet beans using Yokahama or White Chinese varieties.. :4i i
ftie i next few months; ought to develop 'I''
King Alcohol the "knock out" blow In ,For information or arrangemnets ,
7 .f this commonwealth. . ; league headquarters Tallahassee .or con.idei'd'r'the' price of Irish'potatoes;L! >>;r: *"i Celerjr" ,, .and.. JbomatbeSy ? ne.: ..followed with sorghum; ? ,and..

. ,, Submission Measure First any member of,the executive committee and the great number of acres 'ofFlorida I .. '.'- :;: '
ooirpeci( with corn and so3' beans. .
?j : .
f The submission measure will be pre.. ,Hon. D. C. McMullen'president\ ; soil planted 'Iff, them. It Is !3i (
pared and in the hands of the proper Hon. N. C. Bryan, vice president: timated by the I Statd Agricultural *.- .
per no., ready for introduction at.the I Hon.,J. S. Blitch and Hon. W, G. College at Gainesville that there has Corn with'beans or peas oars be planted in young groves.
first possible moment and pressed to' Tilghman treasurers': .Rev. C. W. been an Increase of about 47 per cent. .
the final as fast, a* the ma Crooke' superintendent in the number of acres planted in
passage and make' Osoeola
--- ". '" ._ ......... spuds in this 'state, this year as compared : Lets get, together self-supporting.
to last: The increase in round
UNION CENTER REVIVAL IS man Is so' well known In this section numbers is 7,660 acres, making a totalof n Call on me.at any t.ime.f'. r any help that I'o.an give you.
that H! needs no introduction haying! 24,099 for the state say the Flor- \ ,
BROUGHT TO SUCCESSFUL ,END resided here for many years. Upon ida Metropolis. e i* '
their, arrival here, they were the The acreage would have been considerably Very, truly; yours ,
The revival meetings held at Union guests: of,Messrs. A. E. Donejfan, Cal. larger than estimated 'because
"Center:: under the ausplcej of the McCaughen.and E. G. Van Agnew many acres in certain parts of \ ,B' E. EVANS ,
"United Brethren Church which have who showed them many, courtesies.The South Florida suffered the loss of the
.. been largely attended within the past: party was delightfully entertained early crop during the February freeze.It I I County', 'Age
few weeks, have come to a close. at the; palatial home of Harry is the prediction of the College of I -, ', i"y
,
'These were under the direction: of Rev. Hunter. and the visitors left on the Agriculture, through the Agricultural :
'II. E., Butler who says that they have midnight train for Jacksonville. News Bulletin, that the farmers will OOOOOt.ooo.ooooooo ooooo'OOto.tooooo..... ..ooo.o.oooo CLIP TillS AND. Pljf ,
been very successful in a general I M. O. Overstreet of Orlando is noW have a better price for the next crop
,in 'a general awakening!! .of the community chairman of the proposed navigation than they had for the last one. If po- ON WIFE'S DRESSER ;
along religious lines; resulting district committee which met at Orlando tatoes go higher in price they will GRAY STONE, HOTEL Cincinnati: -tell how to shrivel
man
1n twenty-five accessions to the church ,while i John M. ,Lee of this city be served only for dessert on most .
:and creating yew interest in the is',named chairman for: Osceola coun- tables of the country. We want the up corns or ca'liuea BO hex "*
young people's society, the member- ty. Florida farmers to get all they' can HERBERT WICHTENDAHL Mtr. lift off with anger
ship of which has increased material for their'products, potatoes included, .
ly. On Sunday, March 18, seventeen STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS but we also enjoy a good' meal of potatoes Ouch I t I T 1 I This kind of t.
1 affiliated with the church the nd for that rough
persona occasionally reason -
I
HEAVY AT PRESENT TIME talk.will be heard less hero in town if
immersions taking place in.Eastj,Lake -, we hop. that the next increase )DAY RATES people troubled with corn will followthe
Tohopekaliga. will not make them
absolutely prohib-
There fa" considerable activity .In itive. simple advice of this Cincinnati
PROMINENT JACKSONVILLEMEN the strawberry shipping line, quite WITH BATH ., $3.00 authority,.'who claims that a few
a number of the growers of this .000000.OOOOO O.0.OO.O. o. drops of a drug called freemone when
GREET FRIENDS HERE section forwarding large quantities of . WITHOUT BATH,. $2.50 applied to 'a tender aching corn or
the luscious berries to the northern 0 TilE KNOCKER'S PRAYER 0 hardened callas stop soreness at one
lion. P. A. Vana Agnew of, Jacksonville markets for which they are receiving 0 .. ........ . . . ...... ....... . ........ and Boon the corn or caJJus'driea up. + I

accompanied' by CoL Max. exceptionally good prices. .. .OOOO O O.OO.O Oo..... 'and Kits right,out without pain. ,
well Kilvert, were prominent visitorsto S. T. Fansler president of the Kis- I in thus town.' Then, too, more people hope that every principal: in the state He says freecone dries immediatelyand
the city Monday night, coming simmee Growers Association, made 0 Lord please don't let our town might come if the town continues to will have one or more representatives never inflame or even irritatesthe
from Orlando where they,attended a 'several large shipments during the. surrounding kin. A small bottle
which would
lose
I've been here for thirty grow, cause me to
li&:,: ,navigation district meeting. Mr. Kll- I past week also Clark: Howell, who has' grow. years some of my pull. I ask. therefore, to to take part In the meet. Send ua of freesone'will' cost very little at any
"" '. vert is president of the South Florida the reputation of being the premier and during that time[ I've fought keep this"town at a standstill that I your entry blanks as'early as possible. drug: store, but will positively remove <
&: Gulf Railroad, and the other eritle- I strawberry grower of Osceola county. every public improvement." I've may continue to be the chief "calamity Florida. Alligator, every hard or' soft coral 'or callus !romone'
.. .. knocked everything and everybody. howler."-Ex. feet. Million of American
No firm or individual has established ISLANDS'IN LAKE KISSIMMEE'FOR '' wopien will welcome this! W announce ,
a business here with me doing all I DECLAMATORY CONTEST ment since the inauguration of th..
could to put them out of business. HOMESTEAD,ENTRY LANDS high heels. If your druggist doesn't '
I've lied about them and would have Arrangements are being completedfor ,..:.-.- have freezone tell him to order a
State Bank stolen from them if I had had the awarding a valuable loving cup at Information has been received from small bottle for you*. .. '
courage. the U. S. Land Office at Gainesvillethat
I have done all I could to keep the the high school meet held at Gainesville on April 16, 1917, said office will Fire Insurance. See,A. E. Drought rr
town from growing and never have April 6th and 7th,, to the High be prepared to receive applications for
spoken a good word for it. I've School that wins the most point for the entry of land under the homesteadact A good treatment for a cold settled "
of Kissimmee knocked hard and often. I've put ashes for islands in Lake Kissimmee
three successive years beginning this In'the'lungs Is a Herrick Red Pep.
on the children's: slide and I've madethe year. We urge all schools to send the following plats are to,be filed t
Porous Plaster to the t
police stop the boys playing ball representatives to the meet this 'year I Plat of Sturm Island Nos. 1 and 2, per applied
The of the world on' my vacant lot. Whenever I saw in order that they may have a chance and Lemon Point' in T. 29 S., R. 30>E.. chest to draw out inflammation and L
eyes anyone prospering or enjoying himself at winning this valuable trophy. Even Tal. Mer. llallard's Horehound Syrup to relax,
I've started a reform to kill the though the high school'team may not Plat of Sturm Island ,No. 1, Rabbit tightness. You get the two' remedies $
business or .spoil 'the fun. I don't be strong this year a point or two Island and Bird Island in T. 29 S.. It. for the price of oqe by buying the dollar ,
want the young folks to stay in this gained may make it possible for themt 31 E., Tat. Mer. size Horehound Syrup; there is a
are on the man who town and I will do all I can, by law, obecome winners' in the end. The Plat of Bird Island in T, 30 S., R. 31 porous plaster.free'with each bottle.,
rule-and ordinance to drive them away declamatory contest and essay con- E., Tal. Mer. Sold by Osceola.Pharmacy.
ind I have always advised the peo- test will be counted in Awarding this
ole, of our' town to buy their goods trophy. ,

"rom a mail-order house.although I The essays must 1>9 on the subject.
new they could buy ctveapee: at home.It I"The Value of an Education and I Calomel Mixed With Table Salt Forms Bichloride' of, _'
pains me, 0 Lord to see that in must be within the limits of 1000 to
SAVES spite of my knocking, our town is 1200 words. They must be In' the Mercury-Deadly Poison. Salt Is One'of the a;
growing. Some day. I fear, I will be hands of the dean of the teachers' college Constituents of the IiumanBody. '
called upon to put down sidewalks in 1 !! not later than April 1st. ?
front of my property and who knows In' the contest
declamatory any Why will mothers five children CALOMEL which always sick.ens .
but what I may have,to help keep I
up
be
be but must
subject chosen
may when of NATURE'S remedies it hand
at
the streets that run by my premises delivered within twelve minutes. ,The one own
This Lord would be more than I declamatory contest' will be held Fri- DR. LIVINGSTON'S ROOT AND HERB TEA-Composed at twen r

could bear. It would cost me money lay,evening, April 6th. We sincerely ty-seven curative and health-riving root, herb and flower,.doe all, a
for a moment young man though all I have was made right here , '
PAUSE 1.. that CALOMEL could and,mor IT'S AFTER EFFECTS ARE PLEASANT t'

a thought to self. The AND HELPFUL t harmful ,
-. If the little one i* fretful, feverish aDd"constipated, if it's deep'is If

problems that confront ,you now, or .....t..O.O..O..O. OOO. T fitful, its little tongue coated and it* color bad-DON'T GIVE IT CAL ,. ''

OMEL. Let MOTHER NATURE ia the'form of ROOT AND HERB ; ,
will 'a few years hence.Look Atlantic Coast Line TEA cure-and make it well. Q '.'

MOTHERS TOO, especially when inning, find the ROOT AND
about 'you--the mea of affairs ia country stale, nation, : Standard Railroad of the SouthEast HERB TEA of woaderfnl. benefit It tones sad invigorate the system,
in the world are the men who started to save early Ia lift
:yet, .
and remove those poison, which carried: through the MOTHER'SMILK. r
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7, They have the reaped and confidence,of .the. community.; | Through Tourists TrainsTO sicken and weaken the child. .
1 Doa't suffer sad "just,drag through" from day to day. Diet have '

Then look on tie other side-at tko fellow who spend aH they THE EAST TO THE WEST ailing, fretful. children about yon Get a SOc,package of DR. ,LIV,

make-they may have food time for a while, but what does their INGSTON'S ROOT Aim HERB TEA-NOW. Use it sad watch tho dIf '
personality reflect "New York & Florida Special'' "Semiaok tiaaited""FJa. flow of health come back to your face and the children'*.

& West Indian Limited" "The'Sontblaad" ?,
your druggist cannot.supply you;
A dollar in tab bank will be the .
or n deposited -
"Coart Uae Florida Mail" "Dixie Limited""Palmetto '
THE: LIVINGSTON MEDICINE CO.
nucleus of, an honorable,, .independent career. ,

o Make :your beginning BOW-today.. Your. baak Limited" '' "Dixie i flyer""SL' NO." 1740 MAIN STREET'' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

,; book will pare the .way. LouU-J.ckwavilk.EipreM", Will gladly mail you a package oa receipt.of price.: ,

'',, '\ ." 'Capital'deck'___?_------_____, ____ ____ $$100.000.00, 'Steel Sleeping Can, Tampa'to Wathiagtoa, Wo. will gladly refund your,money if .you are .not ,more .thaa satisfied t

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yr' ,Officer sad 'Diiectont ,.* v t Lotdrrule, Gadaaati. ladlaaapoli; derelaad and Grand Rapid. .

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: I 0 , 0 0 0 I 0 . 0 I 0 0 .. 0" 0 0 0 I 0 I 0 0 I . 0' 0 I 0 0Ii. Sweethearts Sisters and "Mammas" and one of the younger boys was

f ., i showered :with roses when he concluded

;Society Notes $ .of.Khaki-Clads, Have Great Feast I his "maiden" speech. The good
I fellowship continued until the appear- 6//V
Ii. ance of black coffee and the approachof
the morning hour signaled the departure .

(Mrs. E. E. Wells. 'Editor.. ) (Continued from Page One) ,, of the guests and Lieut. Jar-
rell called on the boys for a last service '
; aD of tie Valley Gazette to tend item the eloquence of a Billy Sunday, the ed over five minutes." '''Briefly this. i that of "seeing the girls home."i
b made
Request J to patrons The event! from start.to finish wasfZomptettsuecesiemd'refleeted ,
lit Lewis the! t agairuuntU-in{ New
i YH Q - O'Bryan/and Boys we maynot m" < Edison
} (s.ci;. Events lo\ the Bailor' for publication i in :Jb"e' i great: - -
4" Z / bombast of a Milton Pledger to do the trenches-perhaps as a general I credit upon the committee on arrangements I

, '. justice to this occasion. '" I' will greet you. Perhapi as a private Misses Anne Carson, and Mildred '
i' .' 1' 1..0. . I' I o. a I ..... 110 'UOU.IU.,410 + Perhaps, the toastmaster could have but when I greet you it will &e to fightor Lee. 'I

.1.1{ ..00 tt t. u u It 0 00 000 H>U H>Oo welcomed you "boys in brown" in a run-m6re likely run. I thank you. The spread was faultlessly prepared LICENSED DEALERS "
than I do
, more fitting manner can t and served the place cards bearingthe '
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' 'HOLIDAY: SU'RPItISE'PARTY'a 0- MRS. .jEFF Rns ENTER. a but.. the duty and pleasure, devolve "Senator Carson";: Mrs.: Roy Chalker inscription: ? '" -
0- TAINS 0 upon,me"as being more efficient.On ,. - 'BanquetCompany
GRAY
MRS C. II. and All"
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4a a dreary, clpudy afternoon in B, Second Florida Infantry
'O 00 0Mrs. Mr. Sear's little town of Washington, Senator C. A Carson next came '1'1 Given by the Women of KissimmeeOn We can give you a very, de- '.
Sfi i : 'to ..000 HOOf-0-00000.00 0 0 00.0.0.+ OOOoOO..OOO.- the president was viewing troops. I for his share of ridicule as his daughter the opposite page appeared the lightful hour of music at our

''w' S. Latta and his niece Mrs. C.Clayton . J. Jeffords was a charming saw the men from Black Point as they Mrs. Roy Chalker, was presentedto program for the evening and the inside .
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a Mr. As the folder styre. It won't be talking machine -
crept up Pennsylvania avenue. speak on "With Apologies for C. A. of contained this appetizing
hostess afternoon entertaining
gave a surprise party at Monday they neared the reviewing stand the Carson." Laughter was general\ when menu: music either. It will be
" their home, 603 Sumner street, March 'the Entre Nous at her pleasant bank struck up that old and patrioticair she took out a pair of glasses.'placed Menu
5 *26, in honor of Mrs. C, H. Gray's 62nd home on Beaumont avenue. Pretty "Turkey In the Straw." The pace them then removed them in a manner Donac Bouillon real music-ai real a* if .you
basketry occupied the guests and delicious of the men quickened. I,seen the sun quite characteristic of the senator. Lake Fish heard the J living artists.
birthday. refreshments 'of sandwiches, slide from behind a cloud and its rays She then repeated the story he is fond Pickles Celery Olives .
> Ice cream and cake were served the olives, iced tea and cakes! were served. burst in a blaze of splendor upon the of telling on hfs old friend "Joe" I Baked Chicken with Dressing
following guest, who were present: In attendance were: Mrs. W. L. moosehead hanging' just above Old Sears though' with' the telling, the String Beans in Cream Saratoga Won't you give us an oppor-
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gray Buckeye Paulk, Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mrs. C. N.
Glory. A breeze sprung up from- joke seemed to be on the senator. Referring Chips '
Lake'Ohlo; Mr. and Mrs. M. Cosnei."Mr. Paver, Mrs. George. Persons and Mrs. somewhere-I know not where. The to the present critical condi. I Waldorf Salad ;it't to prove that the New Edison .
i 'and Mrs. C. H. Moody, Mr. and Charles Persons. moose winked at me, Old Glory fluttered tion she continued: "There have Hot RolleI'ineappie doe literally re-create all
'Mrs. Williams Mrs. Hattie Cornell, in the wind and a cheer arose never been two more peace-loving : Ice .
,"Miss Jessie Cornell,'Mrs. L., Rockhill, from-Madam Chairman I do not presidents than William McKinleyand Cake form of music? ,
4 Mrs. Skillman Mrs. R. S. Roberts, want to exaggerate, but there must Woodrow Wilson. Yet they both Black Coffee Iced Tea *' -
+ Miss-Doeothy Roberts and Mr. Ad- A PLEASANT DINNER PARTY have been at least two hundred have been thrust into war. Just as Tiny silk flags were the favors for You will be very welcome,
mon on. 0 throats. It most 'dramatic the nian of'the hour the
was a moment was In Span.
beautifulpresents the women and roses and eo&venir and will be urged
Mrs. Gray received many 0000844440404M1.404040Mrs. ish-American war who, whe n he was i you not to .
and all enjoyed'a very pleasant (This Is where Milton Pledger stops told to find the Spanish flea and crack .spoons for the guards. buy. '
evening. Edgar Lewis in her visit jointly and I begin.) .' it. He sailed into Manila. Bay and The place cards, were a courtesy ,
to the Woman's Club and to the 'of the Valley Gazette and the Palace
The women of Kissimmee are gladof when all was ready he said: "Grlsley. I 6,
.Otooooo.otOOOOOOOOOOO Mothers-Teachers Club. gave inspiration this opportunity of expressing our soak it to 'em. Grisley soaked and Drug' Store added to the pleasure of Yourk faithfully,
4O I to the,members of the organizations pride in you, men of Company B. We the Spaniards balled the jack.In the evening' by extending.the committee .
'DELIGHTFUL AUTO TRIP 0O as to their respective work, but want you to know that we are proudof the middle of the light, the cook: the use of their fine Edison phono
0 her visit was also much enjoyed soci you of your, loyalty, your spirit and balled up, ..y ou?slum gulleon is.dish eraph.OOOOOOOOO'OOOO'OOOOoOO"O.. Palace Drug Store
...000000..00..0..... ally. Following a visit' with Mrs. J. your' patriotism. We want you to ed.... After breakfast they went back
M. Willson, a day at St. Cloud, an enJoyable .
know that Wherever yon may be call to finish the job. Next morning the -
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dilllard Mr. closing event was the dinner ,ed our thoughts and good wishes go news flashed over the wires that the 0 OTIS STEVENS. ,Mgr.
C. E. Franklin and daughter. Miss ''party at the Graystone Hotel on Fri- with you. When you come back 1 from Spanish-American war was won. So I W. C. LADIES ATTEND STATE I
Irene, Mrs. Mary Prather of Clinton, day night. The party included the this war which now seems inevitablewe am surethat if our boys are called out '< MEETING OO
8.'d, Mrs. L A. Alverson of Enera guest of honor, Mrs. Edgar Lewis, will waiting to welcome yon the news of their achievementswill 0
S. C. Miss Laura Dilliard of Spartan- Mrs. S. L. Lupfer Sr. Mrs. J. Earle 'OOOOO' OO'.OOO'OOOOO ttO'
home. It is with a feeling of great startle the world in a week. W. I ,
burg S. C., Mrs. Holmes Prather and Lupfer and Mrs. W. J.-Fripp. After VISITS HOME OF BOYHOOD
'I satisfaction that we realize that the don't 'want war, 'but'we would rather .
small son, Sam Prather and Lewis the dinner and a social hour on the spirit of manly generations. nourishedin have war with honor and if we fightwe A congenial party motored to Orlando DAYS "t
Schmidt congenial motor* Graystone piazza, the party attendedthe this week to witness the ceremonies -
were party II the open, accustomed to the use of fight to win. I thank you. \
ing to Silver Springs Sunday. From Casino program. arms lives on in the officers and men attending the state meeting Editor Max. Morin and C. W. Dann "
:--.there they embarked in the glaas-bot- Mrs. Lewis spent the night with of Company B, now so eager to defend The laughter,which the humorousbeginning of the Woodman Circle: On Tuesday !,accompanied by their sons, ,motored j jj
"towed boat for a sight-seeing trip on Mrs. Earle Lupfer and left on; Sat the rights which, untarnished from and the heart ache which I night they witnessed the degree workof to Gotha Sunday and spent the day in ,
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the river.. A bountiful picnic dinner urday morning for. an appointment at their sires have descended.. I thank the foreboding ending of this toast a team from Jacksonville when .
was one of the pleasant features of New Smyrna., I J brought forth had scarcely, subsided fifteen candidates were initiated. pleasant reminiscences, when they
i A'!I "the day. The trip covered a\) distanceof you. ,when Mrs William'L. Dunne addressed Wednesday' evening the Tampa De- visited the familiar spots of their boy- '
." more han 236 miles., s Ribbons 5c, lOc. ., 15c and 25c yard.Story's. The Soys were amused beyond the chair, saying: gree Team put on the memorial service hood days. The old schoolhouse, the
The once-while swimming pool now a
Jacksonville team showed a
bounds this and looked
I' -'OO OO.O'O ."O.'Ot.t.O 'I forward by speaker "Peaceful": Mrs. W. L. Dunne military drill and the Tampa WoodCraft vegetable garden; even the old gate
with
,_. eagerness to the coming Girls ,. where rivalry was. strong for the
O 00 numbers of',this unique Madam Chairman: We want peace presented play. A salad!
'* MRS. EARLE-LI1PFER ENTER.: 00 00 O \ program. with honor-or without honor.It course.followed by an ice course were coveted preference' of a l.ttle: sweet
. O TAINS, 0f' 0 KISS1MMFE' : WOMAN'S CLUB 0 "Our Boy Josey" Mildred Lee matters not,that many of us are served during the social hours.In heart,-were all',pointed out to the '
00 aA' ,0 START CITY HOUSECLEANING Honorable W. J.. Sears, familiarly descendants of the men and women the party were Mr. and Mrs. younger generation.
.000..OOOO..O. .Ot.O 00. 0 known to every one.present as "Joe," whose sacrifices made this' country Peak Mrs. J. J. Woodall Mrs. J. G. Many of .the old time friends have'
0 I 0 was a shining' mark, and laughter and possible, and that all of are the Inheritors Gottwallis- Mulberry, Mrs G. M. moved away, though a former teacher -
Y An enjoyable farewell afternoon O OH O.O+HAn applause sounded throughout the and beneficiaries of those democratic I Taylor Mrs. A. A Witz Mrs. Young, Charles Belknap is still a resident,
"party In honor of Mrs. Frain and Mrs. rooms while Miss Mildred Lea re- institutions which they created.We Mrs. Sam Gardner Mrs. W. A. Joiner, and a visit to his home was a feature
i Meetch was given by Mrs, Lupfer in important meeting of the Kis- sponded to the toast. 'In Defense of want peace. with. honor-or with- Mrs.\! Cooper and Miss Sarah Thomas. of the day. While there Colonel Dann ,,*
her beautiful home a few days before bimmee Woman's Club was held at W. J, Sears," caricaturing the con out honor. of Crescent Lake, also came in for a '
1 the departure of the guests of honor the Hart Memorial Building Tuesday gressman's speech of welcome at the It matters not that our ships have 000040' O tOO. OOOtO'" visit and it was noted that three generations :
:for their northern homes. afternoon, with the Civic Departmentin previous banquet and adding some Den sunk upon the high seas by Ger 0 0 of the Dann family were represented
The affair was informal the guests charge, with Mrs. II. Clay Stanford local! color, which proved to lx irresistibly man submarines; and that our citi- *. MEETING ST. JOHNS GUILD in the gathering.LECTURE '. ,
plied their needles in fancy work with chairman of the department! presid funny to the listeners. She said: zens have been murdered at the be- O' 4 AUDITORIUMt,
the trend of conversation reminiscentas ing. .. I Madam Chairman Ladies and Sol- hest of the German Kaiser. We want -.HOO O .OO.OOO AT
to where,each had formerly lived "A Cleaner and More Beautiful Kis- diers: It was with no little pride thatI peace with honor-or without honor.It The regular meeting of St. Johns -
and what she had done in childhood. simmee" was the theme of the occa I accepted this invitation to welcome matters not that our country is Guild will be held at the residence of Capt. J. P. Marchant of Alabama, a
Mrs. Fripp from the signs of the sion. I f ?ou, my boys of Company B. I call threaded by a network of spies who Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Tuesday April 3, wil speak( at hte High School Auditorium
, Zodiac, cast the horoscopes of the Mayor-elect Cadel was 'present as you mine because you are,mine. Arew directly to the German embassy at 3 o'clock. This Is a specially important on Wednesday evening, April
'party, which' provoked much merri- an especially invited guest and the $ not all fellow travelers alike. on the until the German Ambassadorwas session coining Just before 4th, at 8 oclock. SubjectT" "Shall
*Tnent. Delicious refreshments were members enthusiastically discussed road of life. dismissed by our government the Easter holiday. AH ladies are America Surrender to Rome. All are'
y Xserved. plans,for:.the further beautifying of I am only, a little better than you. We want peace with honor-or with- cordially invited to be present. I cordially invited. Seats free. .
Those in the party' Included Mesdames the city. ,We are from every section of the out, honor. cars -- ,
Frain, M. etch, Makinson, Blen- Mrs. T. M. Murphy gave the latest country here tonight Some of your It matters not that our industrial
ils, Winn. S. L. Lupfer, Sr., S. L. Lup- developments in the project of beau- father..wore the blue some the gray. plants have been,blown to pieces, and JIIIIIIIII illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIILa i
Ter; Jr., Clark and Fripp, Misses Bay tifying the vacant lot between the A. Once in a moment of dramatic weak-\our workers murdered by German t
\, and,Clark. C. L. Depot and the Manhattan Hotel ness I said to my fellow congressmen emI larl"s. We want peace with honoror ,
which has.long been.ths-desire.of the I men:-."I ,had-dreamed that.there, was without honor. The ;
O.tOoo'. OOti .ottttO t.O I club.The no North, no South there was no It matters not that we in Florida l Biggest Display y of :
;:, ,0' 0 present unsightly and unsanitary East nor West. After I awoke and I in our. unprotected geographical pOllitlo. I i- r ::
b. LAWN PARTY 0 I condition of the open ditch on got to thinking wondered myself what .. may be invaded at any time by Desirable Merchandise e =
:1I 0 0i Dakin' avenue between Church street there was then. SWell those Hessians our ancestors put to jj[ ,
I ..40.0t.OOO.OO.OOO O and Broadway, was strongly denounced what do I care whether your rout during the revolutionary\ war.: ",
'''"' and the wish,expressed that the fathers wore blue or gray coats "so They may land at Tampa ana march' H -. I In South Florida .'
, Little Eunice Rivers celebrated her city authorities would soon take stepsto long as you and they sent me to Con- upon 4Cissimmee-but you, soldiers
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" ninth birthday' Tuesday ,afternoon have this properly covered. gress. * must not\ protect your mothers,'your ==, = ,'
jj-' with a pretty party at her home on The disfiguring billboards about the A 'short while ago the president wives. your sweethearts. We want For d .4Y':
1 Mabbette. street city came in for their share of attention dropped in)on me at my office-a peace with honor. or without honor. HH Spring a ti ,t.
1I Twenty-eight of her little friends and the mayor stated that he thing he often does. .He said: "Joe t i- ,.J,.
I spent the hours from 3:39! to 6 o'clock would lend his authbrity to preventany In case we do go to war what would I A ripple of applause greeted,the |H Sjummer Wear is = .JN
r playing games on the lawn where the further violation of the present you care to do?" opening words then absolute quiet = = ..
Misses Elsie McCo+kay: Lucy Buckles Susie 'Winn,and Mary Speir directed A general "house cleaning" for the : "Woody, I will either! command made itself felt and the fine dramatic = cat
the sports. city was suggested when the streets! any one of the six diviv'nns, or relieve delivery of the speaker was so powerful =. this Maas Store. =
Strawberries cakes' punch and wafers : and alleys the backyard as well a* : ".nu if von feel you 'W011dcare to go." that the very- honor of the nation ... ==
were served to the guests Mrs. L. the front lawns would thoroughly i Then Woody said: "Good for you seemed, to weigh in the balance but :( .- '
R. Farmer and Mrs. Buckles assistingthe cleaned. This rnet\ the instant and Tosey. There is not a yellow streak with the closing' words every one.recognized = c ,
hostess unanimous approval of all present and In you." ',And I pray to the God who. a'very'Clever burlesque of a COME TO TAMPA \
next week wax appointed "Clean rules-us all if there) U it _
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a Up one may unoftrh> on pmnn at any prire1 d"liw.rpd == ,
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UUH YQYYO .' \VccU." On further thought,. it ,was never be found out. Here I pause for at the men's,.banquet, and one more == '
e5O suggested that the movement b" apnlause.e hearty laurh was add d to this longtoberemembered U usable to SPECIAL MAIL ORDER
FULECHEF. CMPGIRLS FIRE started at once as hundreds of visitors ;Now boys I know,that you feel evenln HH cone, ut oar SERVICES t
', 'S ', .' ::0 would be in the city theearly that you have been"*, badly rbun'sd'. * Prompt attention e part of next week and many.of them have had to work :hard and have' had Boys ?SpIn Vanw"The'to .
a- .. would receive''their first impressionsof to endure much. Well\you hare, but "8tmaBt<>r'' than called up the .
Kissimmee. With this club to resolve yet yon Mow nothing o-f real hard hove of ComDanv:B. 'nv'tin there to
The pJ1e bee Camp Fire Girls mitt I (s to act, and a committee was work. Look at me. How I slaved day relate border experiences. The boy 1 MAAS BROS.I
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:tot the. home,of Miss Dorothy Well appointed to take the matter in chargeto and night in Congress in'order that ( responded ,nobly and repeatedly ex-
, Friday_afternoon' in a regular' bu,i- aert're.the co-operation of the city might secure for you boys that hand; Dressed thelr'appreclatlo'of the ban .
'.".{, ness. session. An I'll course'was nervi officials vnd as far as possible\ of come appropriation of $4.20 with quet they, were then enjoying, of all R
i"t i xlat tha adjournment of the 'me< "'nl!'. every emily in the community.. The which tnd; .ftnen Sh'ngle,CreeTo-onITI the. courtesies shown thorn'as a company fH TAMPA, FLORIDA
: .Those present.were Mrs. C. IT 1'1- 'phon 't *am. ainto service as a method 1'ttlg! 'Shln.1e' Creek. Not only and especially the boxes sent +
more.- guardian;' MissesGl- "t fln.;JLen Williami,, Marv Slnr:* 'ry, Ups.re being! t.V-;"* that Kissimmee KOc a year'With'whleh to, keep the home. They;told r of camp- life, told
r: -r'Loie'Over.ttqet; Mtr>*.*! Prentis Dor. arty'r 'nn n tr"Id> Eastar! appearance hyacinths out., I imost' hasten 'for oVe*'on' the' officers a* well as on lllBIlllnllillllnn lI "

.".).. !'Hbtay_' .'WolJj"J) at1d.- *Chzle' *'.Summers.-*--/"_-. ., IT .or week hence,f v ,against., ray.' vsual, custom.. |.f have. talko' themselves." Mo.one refused to talk ; lIIIIIIllllUlUmQIIIIIIIUDfIIII! lllll_ llllS. II..

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