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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 6, 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: VID00797
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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+ and bunting, bearing the national WAR WOMAN'S HKI.IKK CORPS DeBPARTMKNT -
colors, flutter from the businesshouses OW FLORIDA I
C..mma..t..r-Jobn A. Wallace v and the sound of martial mualo ,
1'. A. II. Terry Post. No. ZOo Tampa. if
tire the hearfto quicker action as the PresidentMrs.. Mabel D.It'd.r.Senior
Senior Vice Commander-Kd- >
city entertains the heroes. of 61. Vice Pre.ldent-Kr. ItOIl&
ward LaLonde, O. U. Howard Post fNo I The firm Bapllet'Church Wa. headquarters t
13, Klsslmmee. If for the business sessions of :Bussing.
Junior Vice !'residentMra'Fannie
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BETWEEN UNITED
Junior Vice Commander Henry I the O. A. R. and here quantities 01buntinA' M. Fergueon.Chaplain .
R Henson Lew Wallace Post No. and Hairs artistically decorated i'
*-Mrs. Helen Dennis. I
IS, Oalnesvllle. if EXISTS
the room and perched high among AND GERMANY Tre..urar--Jo1U. F. Marston.
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Chaplain-J. B. Went cot t, L. L. <
American bald ,eagle
the flairs, a huge
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I'. Mitchell rout No. .Si. 8k Cloud. Secretary-Mary Baker Wllkln-
wan mounted. .
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Medical Dlr.ctor-E. Q. Farris, < >
The' rreab terlsn' Church accommodated /', ,
4 Inspector-Llssls T. Da vies. >
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Mitchell ,
the.W. R. C.:. and the Ladles of
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Cloud.Delegates.
the GAR., met at the. Howard Post O quest. >
j to National Encamprnent at VlckeburgCommanderJohn Dlares fhe national colors prevailed. '
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A. Wallace, Tampa: Asst.
v while the rooms were fragrant with r
Press Corr.apond.llt-liari. V. '
Adj-Gen C. B. Bristol Tampa 4> wM'e
I cut flowers War U now onbetween the United
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H. H. Hudson, Orlando HimiiolMHITR.
> All day Monday the visitors arrived. :
00- Zephyrhllls\ ; W. P, Lynch Long before night the hotels were State and ;Germany. The House reioluUon : i t Rxeestlve Kloos. Mary Rwrd'Jennie E. Pollard, '

,. Bt. Cloud.Council. capacity full and the autos placed at declaring a Ute of war passed Ivy Wool weaver.1 Gertrude Wai- < > '
ot. Administration the disposal of the reception, committee lace .
Hester KoCarel.IL.Del.lI.t.
I Wm. Hall. St. Cloud; Dr. H. M. i. were. busy locating them In homes at S o'clock this moraine. Roll call i at Large Fannie >'
} M. H. Kls
Bruce Tampa: Porter
l: slmmee. ; C. K.: $p.ncer, Dade City: throughout The' Ursystone the' }hotel; was general WM begun at 2:45, the rote being 373 Hoyt Delegate: alternate National, Mary Pollard.Reunion << >>

jl. .:r:..' J. Time O. Veatch and ,place Zephyrhllls for I6th annual headquarters and here the visitors \ g to 50. Congress was asked, to vote Gertrude Wallace; alternate < >
leathered Monday evening, while the
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Nelson.IVADIRfl
}I -+ encampment left In dlacre- Klaslmmee Concert Band "gave.a concert S3.50Z. 11.000.to finance. war for .the I Francis < >
tlon of the Council of Admlnlatratlon. oJ -
of patriotic, airs from the bandstand
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which '
4 Resolutions 4 opposite.ReeeMlsn. Brat year, does not Include fee, Department President. Mrs.
adopted "
approving ?
actions of President Wilson In his 4eiTorts > ,.t Oray te_"' to AlUea. President Wilson will alp 4 Ella K. Fleming of Lakeland.. < >
An Informal reception followed 4 Department Senior Vloe--M. < >
i to defend American nghlsf4and
principle. 4 when Mayor J. 8. Cadet welcomed the the revolution today, aa soon aa the A Matte EL Porter of Klsslmmee. >
guests In an eloquent talk. He said: rice-president attache his signature! O Department Junior Vice -Mrs. < >
i uot'apt. "It is customary on an occasion of this 00- Helen Jeffries. of Zephyrhllls.. . >
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ooO.tO nature to present the key. of the city In the Senate which will then be a 00- Department. Treasurer Mrs. < >
but when we heard. that you were coming O Lydia Miles. of St. Petersburr.Department >
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we unlocked the gates, flung them formal declaration of war. q Chaplain-Mrs., May < >
< John A. Wall'ce, of Tampa wide open and threw away the key. 4 Skinner of Oalnesvllle.. >
was elected Commander of the Department We are glad you. came and hop that + Councilor--Mrs. Elisabeth, Kbsrsole : < >
+ of Florida Grand Army of the you will enjoy yourselves so well that ARM 4 of Lynn Haven. < ,
you will come' attain" He expressed. VETERAN OF CONFED 4 Council of Administration-MissBertha <
Republic at the closing seislon of the the pleasure' of the city I In entertaining wane .- .... A Twltchel of St Petersburg.' .
encampment Wednesday and will preside the boys of '61, and said I It was especially .,- '.WOULD JOIN UNION BLUE; 4 Edith: Cleveland ot. Lakeland. ; .. .i"
fortunate at this time when war .0) Necea Augustine.' < >
the destinies of the
over organisation
talk preceded every toplo to have In Its Rev. Chisholm Christian Church WANTS TO ENLIST IN NAVY> A National Delegate Amelia, < >
during the coming year. The honor midst the men who had answered Schaffer. of Lakeland.. <
conferred upon this comrade was a duo's call and had offered their livesto Alternate-Mrs Clara, Buck of A
great one; Indeed he having no oppo. the nation.Commander. Pastor Accepts Charge 'in Orlando LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April .-Ah/ 01) Lynn Haven. ,->
vltlon and was chosen by acclamation I M, If. Melrath commander other gratifying pJhe' of loyaltywas 01) t>el.gat..t. Large-Mrs. :May y
Edward LaLonde, of this. city, was of the Department of Florida. fl. A demonstrated at U. s. Navy 6 Skinner. of i
<-ho..en senior vice commander; Henry H.. responded and In behalf-of the 0.. -- Recruiting Office Little Rock Ark. : Alternate-Mrs. Bell Modle, !
}oJ. Benson, flalnesvllle junior vice A. n and ladies organizations expressed when Mr. J. L. Leigh of 1511 West Klsslmmee.Installing. '
commander J. II. Westcoll! St. Cloud, their appreciation of the courtesies Tbe announcement made this' weekof explained to his flock the needs of his Kecnod street. applied for enlistmentIn 01) Officer--Miss' Bertha :*
.-elected chaplain while K:. (I. Fame, shown them. He said In part: the resignation of Rev.. A. M Chls 'survlces at Orlandb. Upon this the the U. a Navy. Twltchel fit Petersburg. : ,
Ht. Cloud was honored with the position "The Department of Florida O. A. n, holm pastor of the Christian Church membership consented to release their Mr Leigh requested. that he be enlisted *
e of medical director. The time and comes :and our city, :big' ; In Its determlnntlon who, will accept a charge In Orlando, pastor for the period of one year. The at once and sent to the largest .... OoO O'O '! O'.O" t 9Mr.
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place for the next session of the encampment will promise to he lust .aq regret not only among very closest, bond exists between KevCM battleship afloat forservlce on that
was left In the discretion of rood as we can, but these girls are ..Id. the.I'"g'i: :: m 'p of the church, holm and his people., and during all vessel, and he was greatly disappointedwhen : ( .. Fl.'E. Wells)
the Council of Administration FollowIng dyand the I Informed by the recruiting officer -
boys. know are more .0. put the public In general The pastor. the years of his service with' them he t
the choosing, of officers the Instal He referred to the present International has been a .resident of this city for has led them patiently I and earnestly In that he exceeded the required age No feature. of the 14th encampment
lation look place' ,awr.n 34th annualencampment unpleasantness and stated his belief :many years, daring which period he an aggressive gospel ministry. He has limit by forty some odd years, he be- of the O. A. R. was more typical of the
close, In theAfternoon that though war of the Inn sixty-nine years of age.
present genern- has won the esteem and admiration of Identified hlnnself with all the Interests '
spirit. of 61 than the work of the }
the delegates and visitors II onwas a thousand times more than Mr. Leigh Is n warrior of experelnce,
-were treated to an auto ride. over the Sherman said It was, still the manhood having enlUted In the Confederate .Woman's Relief Corps and of the .Ladles .'

T city arranged for by thn cltlaens, and of America was willing and able --.,- army at the age of thirteen and haying ,of the 0, :A. R.I",Circle, who laid! '
which, was greatly enjoyed by nil lo maintain Its' rights. served for four years, which endedIn .
those: who pnrtlclnntnl I Impromptu speeches were the orderof April 1865 under General .Lee, at aside personal Interest and petty differences
The. choos'nir or thi officers win nn th. evening nn the distinguished visItora '. i Appomattox' In the common cause of-promoting .,
Interostlng event In manyInstances. . were: called for. It la moat gratifying In these times their organisations.Delegates '
When the name of "Llelre" John Mrs. Ella K. Flemtnlng natlnnnt of need, to find such loyal spirit In the to these conventions arrlvrdj ..-
;J'Waliaee. was mentioned for commander chaplain- of the toadies of de j ti. At I:, -t" .. "Jlo11 of 1861. and such an example for the first meetings and conducted s
4 ;. the entire assemblage of old sol- Circle. '- Krnc.-r."v rvspondd with aa shown by our worthy veteran Mr. their business sessions with a marvelous
filers rose to"III-/.tbte/ gave vent to the to .IIrr quotation Lrlgh will no doubt find a like response system and precision. A ,, l
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.their r nomination. Pan I,. I .'. Lt by the 'Boys of 1\ 1T.:' patriotism pervaded. the Tuesday '
demonium reigned! for a few seconds, Yoe /.talk nliout your Mimons. -- meet In... and was emphasised by the
and rli order was restored It was Yo pad Fellows and .ch- 38,500 ADDITIONAL; MEN ARE special. attentlnei given to the depart*
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a Comradn Wallace be elected I Yo.Uo 'ball them so fraternal ,. ntent. of patriotic Instruction: At the ..
1 by. reclamation: the assistant. stljutantgeneral Ad' ilrljr beat the. Dutch NEEDED BY U. S. NAVY AT W. R. C.. placing flags at every., schoolhouse
i '' casting the vote for the Ynu' rate" them .If you wish to ., was advocated with a state
'Encampment;'dt'"Hpeech" was loudly 'VitI> Ir mystic rites and noise ONCE TO MEET EMERGENCY movement toward teaching the love) b
called for" It seemed that "Little But can't hold a candle to the of the flag. The department Instructorwith :
Johnny: as the new commander iscalled Or d Army Qoya the members of the corps and)
.. by" his comrade., got "lost In the U 8 NAVAL- RECRUITING STATION a' delegation. from the O. A. R., marched -
"Ituffle, and It was not until several .Pnr' man who has the money ." 514 P, O. Building to the High School building T
minutes later that he appeared on thescene C rn all about the cram : Atlanta aa. Wednesday. morning and presented. the>
to receive another ovation and .11. a .t degrees d paaawordsvould March U. 1111. primary department with four beautiful *
the congratulations of those present 'JIh make general and salute '
a laugh Editor Oasetlegme flags. Patrlotlcsongs a
yl Ke.c4usn time was limited Mr. Wale Can aded down with symbols; : following telegram. has just been to the ftag were featured of theexercises. I<
lace's acknowledgement of the honor IJ "true fraternal. Jays ic-- reri.ed from the Navy Department ., r (
conferred his' was brief but he eloquent 'The" --' never. hold a candia. -to the --- .m.m' mm -Thirty-eight' thousand, five hundred At the Bedgw4ek Circle-mooting "
d appreciation In a molt '. Urand Old Army Boys allcht.cr..1 l men are needed. immediately like topic was first In the thoughts of "
and
touching way. to All navy's emergency complement. A Chose delegates. In this organisation
1. Some close contests took place In They fraternal. !? Well T reckon quota of . assigned the teaching of the flag.salute and o{' k
the selection of the other officials, and And their charity's all right to ti is station to be applied by a pledge of diligence Is advocated an'k
1i there. was some debate when the mat Are they loyal? They have proved (t Rev. A. M. Chlsholm April Ilth" essential I part of the education of k
ter. of theS the next meeting came up. This For they left their homes to fight I I'lesse give this as wide publicity aspoxnlule. youth of the state. ).
jwaa placed In the hands of the And the nation owes Its homage i appealing to the tradltl nal The election of ofneers was charac'
'council of .administration future ao. For the peace It now enjoys: all wit" whom he came In contact, and of the city and has always cheerfullydone patriotism of the South to furnish this tensed with I the same oneness of mind ,
i ,,, tion. Following the Installation the 80 there's nothing holds, candle to all Join In wishing the reverend gentleman his part In every movement for numceof" men In record time 'vhlch pervaded the previous meeting
new commander .announced C. B, Brls.tol i 0.th. abundant success In his new the general good of the Community. very and the utmost harmony prevailed.
o fla his choice for assistant adjutantgeneral ;Uiand Old Army Boysd'rs.Llssie field of work. The resignation goes The pastor has.a host of friends out .Youra. .tH. $CELLER!: : Ella: B.. :Fleming of Lakeland was '4 '
AFT "'' and there was another out. Into effect on May 1. side of his communion who regret his ,Lieutenant (J. O.) U. 8. N*'ry. honored by being elected departmentpresident
(t burnt of approval. ,This i4"f been a most loyal member of the order president. of the Relief Corps of Tarn- Rev. ChI'.holm; has served the churchIn While strong In the advocacy of.theprinciples of the .* other departments were lied amt
M. prominentnwmbere
Dr. H. : Bruce one
.tor years, and the compliment bestowd Klsslmmee a. pastor for 'a period of '
Pa 'P Ve briefly expressing her pleas.. of his church. Mr Chisholms .
Grand of the Republic
of the Army
eR ''' was moat worthy ure' in ..*>elng present at the meeting. six years, during which time a remarkable generous. tolerant and respectful to of the state. whose home Is In cahly.1th the W..R. C. several candidates
The delegates to the National En.'campment and dwelt progress has been. noted, and .
upon the duty of every other religious bodies, and in a very the distinguished were presented but after the drat '\'otaWa.
nt Vicksburg were then American to when the reqoest. was made that he be Tampa was among
announced teach loyalty to the large way/ he has served the Christian this cast many withdrew and a decisionwas
the
and are Commander and the released the.. membership were loatheto delegates to encampment
Wallace country welfare
flag. regardless of denomination : quickly reached.TUESDAY'S .
Ass't Adl.-1len., Bristol 8. R. Hudson The singing of national airs, with g.nt.the. request, until the pastor lines I week. The gentleman Is a pioneer' resident -
of the Cigar City having seen It -
Sftumel Batte and W. P. Lynch, The Mrs. Mary Harmon at the
piano
; and from a mere village to the present ,,
Council of grow
Administrated Is comprised I all the assembly ftRftSIOKT LADIES C1RCE.K. -
conclud .
of Wm. Hall. Dr. H. M. Bruce. M. H. ed this.feature 0 rartlclp.tlnll. . beautiful and enterprising municipality G. A. R. .
t ,Porter, C. B. Spencer and J. C. Veatch. LEGISLATIVE MILL A T CAPITALIS and I. very optimistic as to. the The Redgwlck Circle of the Ladles of
1 stand By: President raid* Opeslsar IV._", future of hustling Tampa..Incidental- I the dj A. R. occupied the Howard Poet
+ "1 Ringing resolutions were presented Officially opening ly. he remarked that Klsslmmee Is one i Hall and spent Tuesday morning with
i snd adopted assuring Pre..4eWll. on was the parade on Broadway mbegin.. nf the prettiest towns he has had thepleasure 1 reports and ,with presentation of ere*
that the Grand nlng at 11 o'clock with an assembly of GRINDING ALONG BRISKLYTALLAHASSEE of visiting In the state, and dentists. from delegates.
# Department of Xa.OIheln I hearty the Q. A. R. the Woman's Relief while. here hs was shown much atten The afternoon session was devoted to t
sympathy and accord with his efforts C rls, and the theddistanc O. A. R tlon at the hands of old-time friends the beautiful memorial service. and to.
to defend American, rights and principles . Off in as heard regular business routine y ,
,r. the martial music of the drum corp. : 00000000000000.00000000000 While the Circle work:. Is compare*-
,;;. Uefore adjournment was taken the and the rhythmic tread of the ap April I.--dov, Catta a barrel of liquor and seval of beer lively, new In the stats there were
Rncarapment went on record as heart. eight i The inow was rolled up his sleeves >and waded Into here to debauch members of the Legis : BCURP' OF' TRADR REGULAR 4 found to be eight circles now organisedwith
,if.'V 'appreciating the reception, entnr crowned heads, lb. the IIquor'oree.. at lature. He cited an Instance where one 4., MKKTINU TOKIUHT AT TO*, 4 a membership. of Sft.
the
prohibitionrally
*:.'nuont nnd hospitality: of the of no. stooped shoulders, the tottering feet of senator was drank In his seat In the I Patriotic Instruction was emphasis
,' tale and cltlsens of Klsslmmee: the ..- the veterans were forgotten,. for the here this aft.moon. Tire wading ..senate and declared that If such a The regular meeting of the Kht.immee $ ed and the flag salute and a pledge of
'T'{h.istasce.given by the Women's Auxil fire of patriotism still burns: high In seemed coed; and] the water One, so thing occurred while he was governorhe Board of Trade will beheld ; allegiance advocated .la connectionwith I
I iary organizations, and all who assisted every-breast and the beholder saw only while he was at It the Governor rapped would oust such senator or member this evening at. TIO at the the public schools'
to make the reunion one of the best. the boys who left their homes atthe delinquent county officers, the If he had to call eat the state ,mllltla
public No. 107 .
y nation'scall In '. anti-saloon league .. to do It. Mr. Catta declared hs headquarters Isiss BeeIanPresident
-ever held In Florida. A vote of thanks 11- even as our bora- repreeentetf by had President Roma
+ :was also extended, to Past saloon requests attendance of
i t !*iW, H Melrath I ,, who so ably directed The procession passed up Broadway bunch and the 'newspapers In and he wouldwhip them again. the meraberarlp.a as matters of im. < >> presided ndsailehde the. use the W., J"' 3P
j'I ..,*. tne ? organisation flaring from their headquarters: circled l the general. The governor said hs had .been doIng will R. C. h to orderTuesday j
last parlance come before thscommerclsl
'' 6 ,the yearnd. his able. corps of as- bandstand passed around the dray* Oov. Gaits'' declared Ms Intention to his best ,to ,clean np the country, body for considers morning delegates 1:10
'\ V' .l..tants. stone Hotel and paused at the'corner support the state-wide prohibitionamendment and that his efforts had net been with tlon. A cordial Invitation Is Silk T* members and repre
.} tenting seven corps, present This ess- ,
Everybody1 smiled a welcome as trainafter the ladles of the O. A. R. Circle ,andContinued enee and energy. The governor said never bad anything to sax about bis present. lion was deyoted to reports of the det.4',4.
Pleas Holt and his bsncb
were hers to ne'w'

'.,.;&.'coated train' veterans brought and mttenduit Its quota,ladles of, blue-"t* I. '( on Pap Two) be defeat.did; ties las."submission.session, when amendment they oou, ss htssslsssssssssl ,(font hued' 6e.. pap" 6) (CoDtUaa.4j... 12.)., ,' '"' ,
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'TWO'( THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL '6, 1917 _

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Department of FloridaG. I LA WSON-IS' CHOSEN PRESIDENT :


STAND BY YOUR PRESIDENT! 1':

I A. R. Annual MeetContinued CITY A. TTO RNE REAPPOINTED I:

Hang out the American Flag! ''-'- "

Weal the Colon! '

President. nnd. then reappointing CltpAtto.ne
From One. ) Congress and >the Legislature The now oouncllmnnio ldY} wnsfol '
( rare! med ..t the ..Hlun of tli<; ,.It shoisTuesday . )' OTlrjan to Office, An appli.$
*, and. the Civic Orranltatlon. : night. when the ,',' urnS "' the ration was fifed by Arnold ,,4 McUon. '
handed by the drum (1.-o. nioditelt. Cho. n. Campbell. '"''*'.' "ndi .J fteepttd. C
the Relief Corp ...1..t'Uo..ro- ?
resolutions recent for position, as cty| engineer fh
J'eterWrlaht. are passing: hugh / *
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approached' from their r. snctlv I. M. Bpencer. Wm. O. Cade!, who Alloum..d'J'1'' ?
eorpi.- headquarters at the 4) A. K. I'out r H. Il..*we, Wm. TMcDonald.. : pledging support of the President pfllce Inst Mayor Snul'dI, owing to the fail ,,,,<,"..i.t Incumbent Joe Johnson, also. t,

and the Haptlst Church. They panned J, A. Wanamaker.Past : that Ma ..r May had l to leave (hIt., olu. made application for reappolntment. .,, '
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: II tho long: lino of veteran who stood Department Commander Rev. J. ) in the existing rational was on han.l and administered, U...- and the matter was laid over until the '
'with bared h..d. and expanded. thparade O, Thompson Lyman Leighton. crisis.! oath of ofnce to Councilman !H. i':;
to Kproul avenue. Here they "'. H. Lawson and. Ur. \\'. W nqxt, m.tllIThe bond of J.larllhat''Ii
former an arcade with their fIuol/ [". and U_ O. M...... Poot No. _I>o.e CttrCommander ,. Individuals can ."$bow ThekColon" (Haley Carson, also to !Marshal overstreet and (Ovemtraet was received, approved and '

stood .while the "boys" 'mar"h..dthroulI'h. I Past I'o..t Commanders,Andrew Osborn.Thou. Lueon.1 ,by hanging out the Clerk (]tlbei't. Immediately after the I ordered filed And Floyd Tyson was r*. \

On. featureat the parade which was htnr Millon. Stephen Soar. It. F. tallied as night marshal until further
r a surprise to all ..... the flank (run ''Wrh" t. n. ChaddoCk W. N. $8tockvln. American. flag at their homes "

aruard. formed of the frranddauKhtera B. W. McLan....C. Eo Spencer. and places' of business and by Councilman Carson brought up (ho' "
I'v And grandsons ef the O A. K. and Clr- mutter ..f a new charter for the city.
.... of thin city., I.ending this group J. (j. Hotomell Post Nn, *0Pl.uaua.rat'omjnander ,; wearing the emblem. After Home discussion a committe 'wasanno'ntetl
.
'was a very 'young Uncle Ham In typical Stephen F Warton, consisting- Messrs.
.
4 This is to visualise Car-
.ult and twenty-three young people Past PostCommahder 8. 8. Anderson: an opportunity and Hnley.. to act In
_ _ _ _ _ I III soil Thomas con.
carryIng national colors. Mra. M. 7-
L H. : 'o'.h.wee captain of the KUnrd 1..1.. .. !....t >... S-.....telasidCommander patriotic loyalty! i : charter Junction.rhangrea with the, and city"submit attorney a report'draft

and may affect a permanent oriranlxa- K F. KredenhurK.: at the next meeting; of the council.There ;
A
non known fea the Orandnona and Past Post CommHndemA. C. R..hal. discussion
uaa gome a
to
Granddaughters the t of -- ----- - -- ----- -- making ehangrea In the system of pur.chiiHlntr .
who know. hut, that (hh. movem..ntm'1a nupplli-s.. for each department 3
be nation wide. I.. I.. Mltrbell Post No. 84-HI. ('loudCommander and true and. when the work they setout honor of the flair and offer to do all whew Councilman Haley reported that. "
; In this guard were: Ralph Jos Ooff. o to do was don.they quietly laid In our power to show our love for our he hail a plant worked out which hewould
Cooper. the future Undo Hum; before Past Pont Commanders J. H. O..Oraw. '/ hag and country. tb I
the body at the
.. aside the qualities that had made Hubmlt nextmeeting.
Van Outer. Kdlth Kathrvn Kcbocah I. <,! Bower J. I- Karris. H U Mcrlber .
and neneva and liornthy Mlllerv. Alma J. 'F. UuDard.. J. I. Cummings, 1) N. them the best of soldiers and assumedthe "Your fins and my flag; and oh; how waa then taken ,?'
subject
and Knavlla Co"p..r.'AMhll. an4.'Ti UIII.V.. I... Kennlim.re. \,. D. Frunt. I. much it holds'! Adjournment "
thou. ,
..
duties of civil life their flh
the who _
; Leah HarmonVlnnlfred.. Kathrlne and, H. Hurlnlniier, n..... Woodard), K, OFarrlH. Your Ian.. and my land secure within to a CHll from meeting president for the will ....A,.. .
--f3oo. Dennlnfc Ella and Mary Coleman I.. H. Prosser, W. !'. I yn..h. R.n. soldier's life was but a dream< Its folds; ., te a mx-clal the appointments purpose of a
e Itertha. Will ilrare and John Lester Scranton' Oldi-on Prey, Peter l.atnt I dcslroi to cull the attention 'of theKncampnu'nt Your heart and my heart beat quickerat of reporting and th ..transactiOn of his '
.
committees such
Mn'kinsofl. .\. W, Stewart. Uco. K. Ira !
ennls. C. the
and Amy alKht, ,
National
to the proposed .
be
Comrade. T. Vail, commander of "Ford K. DeraKer J. U Sutton. I..ewlsUnr.l 'Sun-kissed and wind-tossed the red buHlne-H HS *h J uld given attention
the parade and Copt M. 14. Harmon' dl.rected \ Wm. 1- IIK lV. Purdy. J. O. Memorial Reunion and Peace. Jubileeof and blue and white; b<>rore the tlniH set for the next reg.ulnr .
the Impressive: ; maneuverlil< tc'ieor, W. F. ..yIC.I. A, RoblnTheo. tho Union and Confederate survivors :The one) flag;-the. great flag1-the flag meeting\ .

followed. Owing to the extreme heat Oeorire, T. C. Rnwson C. P. of the armies and the. navIes, Irrespective fur me And you, I
many of the comrade were compelled son. (I. H Klllott. J. II. Thompson. Glorifies all else besides, the red and ;
t .. to "fall out/-ind 11 number. of feature Ktonton Handolph Sli"*nnn, W. H'Hulhert. of campaign or line of service white" and blue." ,
of the parade were omHted from the .' K. Wentherby.. John Conroy, A. In which they participated to beheld O. K FIKLp.Ixpartment .. I '
nroKram. which cloned with She slnu H. Htebblns, J. C. U Hrlnkerhofr On the Government. domain within Patriotic I I
: j'w.IW" : Instructor.Commander ;
InK of America, and disporsingot the K. K K. LlvermorePast ,
crowd until 2 o'clock. when they HSKl" Department Commander \V. P. the VI.koburl.N..tlonal, Military I
...*-.. -* AI .h.. vafimia hAHflaUHrtera top Lynch. J. F. l3ullnrd.p. October lAth, 17th, 11th and 19th. I'ark'j and Comrades off thfl Grand I
of
.
; The A4th U. H i Congress :. ; Army the Republic; I )
the business seSsiOn in
continue begun .
I the morning < n. Howard P....t >... *LS-Klmsinee. act authorllnK an appropriation 01 Just at this time patriotism Is In the
air. and I wlah
to have this Blaster
Commander J. II. I by. $160,000,000. to be used. under directionol body adopt Morning .
J'nst Post Commanders n. W. BarrpU the secretary of war for expenses In the..following: resolutions! _: ,_ ,
The thirty-fourth'encampmehf*. liepart I.. M \Williams.'. preparation of the cainp supplied with I wnerwns.our scnoois no not an nave. .
T Va.II M. L.atta T. flags I saw the darkness of the night I La'silence .'
flouting from them that J. M. ('sdelnt'w
sanitary ; this Mayor
of Florida. lrand Army of the Henubile 1.l. Murphy, S. V Thornton M. 11. water tents with cola and .
wa called to order at the FlrsfJfantlut Porter. blankets, etc., camp and garrison body present to' the state legl.lAturWhe..a. past away. .,
Church by Commander William Taft Post N... JIT-Toft 'equipments medical supplies and at. the following. ; resolution : councilman took their seals, Mr. I saw the first red streaks of dawn ' .. _
M. Melrath of Jacksonville. Practically Commander J. A. 1-11 tnl1l.. tending physicians and trained nurses we feel that the children f-dtwson was unanimously. chosen as.. behind the mountains play. ,

all. of iIe delegate were In their Past Pont. Commanders. Nottlev Met for emergencies and, the supply ofwholviome will from luHrre seeing a greater our lesson flair floating of patriotIsm from- the 11r..ldIIlK. ,, officer. The board now I While 'on the valleys and the hills a .
fceat, *filling!; the large auditorium to } aIn. R. K. Harriman H. n.. food products properly pre ,
Vauorhn. J..
'- It. 'utmost capacity. The .commander H, ..1M'..... ('. Tompklns C. H..Nelson pared and served, for the, '..sustenanceind the school*; we.ask your body to enact consist of UHldcnt Lrfi\v....n, Council- { /golden /glory lay. .

welcomed the memberS of.the order In Wi 11. Phillips, ., ,- .comfort. of attending, veterans. ish laws each$compelling school' ; with-each, county to furn ."J"", !,,,!,!.!!!.. '!!!,,': I I"X,. ur..o.rr: ,. 4, ?., My 'lips .anf;. Alleluia! .!, ..
a linn and 'I.t.r..1'tI."r.
that Ulne. of the- war..departmaiit.z.p.resenting : "
and reported I pole
fen eloquent mAnner. | :* -- ....".. ,1.ttwa. 441rj..i&1i.. .'WlI,. I'.
had not yet the U. 8. Government host analpatsome"onbseppointed In I th. b1reial
the credential committee (iorneld Post N... :-Z."rhllia as t jtuajueated'H to the Veterans, vwlll "have charge ofthis each county whose. duty It will be to pointed to ,that position, this l }ninklng
completed It* : rvimmander Th"iv.l, >mcon''''n''..'' . en Ihnt-thB : --I 1 l glory rUI8.--'
replJt'I..h *
t. that an .Ve'. held until Past Commanders. H. R. fenHr reunion.' 'an h.Veterani will beIts tional flag; la-floating on all: na- his fourth\ I'1I1 4n, that linporta'ntpout"" ] Themurvel. ot another burst
holidays ,
this committee was ready to report.Rev. Hamuel (* ; Call, < .W, Hoilanrf guests. and that the. flag la The old, council, U1" at .7 :::541 with I day on
,, Mr. Uutler. pant chaplain of the i A.I T. "WIa;: .,, F. D.: Green. H.- The ( rder 'of exercises and entertainments to given be the proper care and not allowed President Thompson In the chair, and my waiLing -yes.. ,
Department of Indiana. an honored I H. Bartholomew William N. Llggina will be ,charge of the National weather carelessly, left .out In all. kind rf ,all memliers pieHvnt, with the t'tcr'p|>'I I I I heard the. lark's triumphant song,

I. truest at the encampment was called Lucius. R. Fitch. 'V. .I). Kvans. Association of Vlckaburg Veterans Your Ion of Kugenu Uryan who was out } the mighty eagle's cries.. 1
In
upon and offered a mot fervent prayer on the plan of the Uettysburgelebrntlon Jr. C. A I*.. the city Communications wete rl'alt./j
In which he dwelt briefly but eloquently \otbaoi Klmboll ,'-..t No. _Poo a... except that all Civil War Q. R. FIELD: .and all the. unfinished buslnena was' c) My heart sang, Alleluia! \
upon the crisis In the affalra of <.|.. Veterans who attend shall participateIn Patriotic Instructor. given attention such mat I em a* Mould t nation God to direct equal measures '. come before the board being fragrance spring was
i the asking Almighty Commander S. S. Crelder.B4. loltl.I : letters were received from two com new hold
the president of the United KtateaIn All veterans < friends are rades of Post No. 14, which aside for their action. At tile proper i upon the wind's warm breath ;
) I the problem-which urged to form local organizatIons andlummlttees were moat time I J'rrsldent Thompson; addressed I I I felt the
Treat now -on- Asulrerrs Post Vo. .o-/Ot.. Andrews. pathetic to say the least One of the triumph 'and the truth of I
1 front the American people: he naked Kl... for the promotion and encouragement olfl soldiers Is blind. while the other ] he members of the council telling what the. Scripture saith. I
the blessing upon all those In attendance Commander L. akota Smith.Karraarnt of the. Veterans, whether I. almost helplessly. paralyced. Bach them that the tI..... had arrived when
upon the encampment and to the affiliated. with O. A. R. or U. C. V. organisation extended greetings to the ] the new member would take their That God is Life that God Is Love .

I I kind people of this community who had Pest N... 4 r. made luck an elaborate arrangement Commandero.. n Cox. this entertainment, that the Govern- cess, and; : asking; to be remembered: sue to tho co-dictation with his ns fireid'ng -' My soul sang Alleluia! '
.
for the reception and entertainment of Past lost Commanders Ranmel K tnent now offers aa an .evidence of the .boy.." .A rising vote of officer In the past and wished the
t the old soldiers bt..hto annual ftath- i l OY("'". D. F. (nilbert John A. Ball. harry crateful appreciation and esteem due and condolences was extended sympathy Incomingadministration the mom pnsslhle The morning was now fully come
ring, and that all guided aa to \\'. Kirby Wm. n \Vhiite. Chan <1 Hop 11)... builder of the Imperishable the afflicted 'comrades, and It was reported success,' not only: making ai/ .'cord -I! The sky had lost Its red. .
make the meeting one of the moat ..n- k in,., Thos. I.. Potter. Abner K. Fisher 'oundatlons upon which this United that despite affliction- for themselves, but that their HC-
oyable. and profitable In the history of I. A. Harriett James O. IVrclval. J. C stiles now re.t In urparallel prosper each had kept himself their In good lions would mean greater proHperltv. The white suffusing light of day filled
he organisation. Veatch.. O. H. I><>mtr)lnK, S.' Averlll., ity and happinessI InK with the organisation." stand- for the city of Klsslmmee, Mr Tlionip-, all the. earth instead
..r The thanks of'the. encampment werefxtcndde C has. T. Hartole, A. F. B"UIf. would suggest (hat this encamp- Patriotic sentiments were expressed ion then addressed Mayor OnK-l who And it was Easter Day. and Christ
r to Comrade H. H. lledmoml of bat take Action In furtherance of thla at this juncture the matter of flags was Pi-vsunt, and wshed| him a mostfit was risen from the dead.
N. Y.. who 'union t> the appointment of
llocheater an kindly presented y n corn- for school houses and
beautiful JELIcGA'TKtI' .tUpe of five the department com- public bulldlnKS O Earth sing Alleluia!
the organization with two ; I.'T.n) Coming; up for discussion. From the ___ i
silk for . nander and the assistant n
Bullion- use In the Department. adjutant various reports made It
.. and which were. displayed. eneral to be members thereof the that there was very apparent f\
was a genuine
Rev. O H. Fall.*. pastor of the Klmt Pout No. -l.fno lloven Commander to be chairman of the com! waeof -
patriotism '
and love .
fiaptlst Church welcomed the visitors J. H. Puck H Vandervoort. M. R ..... and the A, A. *1. the secre- not only the state fur of 'Old Hlory"oV"r i .- -___,.e-. ---_.. ..
Florida but
In a mont eloquent manner In which he Cooley. "13. A. Hradeen. J, RrandenberR. ary, and they at once. Join with the the entire .country Here
extended" to them the use of the church Alternotes' M. 1. Pelhert, I:>. A. United Confederate. Veterans. In an ef- brought out by one of the It visiting was To Cure a Cold In One Day .'
."lldtnir and annex. and In fact ...ny.thinK Tucker. O. Palmer, U. F. Stevns. N. I .fort to Induce the state legislature now comrade that the city of Klsslmmee TkeLAXATIVR BROMO Quinine. It theCou..h .5
the old soldiers desired that FUaraley. n session to make an appropriation to was slop
handsomely and profusely decora.d and lltsdsche off .
sad work the Cold.Dru.gi.ts
,. could be arranged.. lie told them to beperfectly 'lefroly the expvnsea of those of the .
.1 I'o.t No. :i : with the atari and
. Kerrt stripes, the reload money II it fells to core.
; at home, auk for what they Pest No. 4 ::.loVk.. KVllle 4Huefor the Gray who desire to at-, business: houses and residences as a W. CHOVH'8 tinnalure eo each bfx. 5c..
.did not see, and after. paying a glowing J. T>. Hemlngrton H. B. Vrey Ella. lend ..whole but It waa a great disappoint'
tribute to the Grand Army, closingi Ti: Austh;,. In this .connection. I think It would mont to everyone when In the courseof ,

i with bidding them thrice welcome, not Alte.nal.\Vm. Clark C. P. Vets, bo rUIng and proper for this Encampment the parade the United Htates' post- -- JE. J-,
'only to the church building but to the A. .B. Smith. to take steps looking to memor.ihize office .waa passed, and the Federal _
I community a* well. At the cloe of his the atate. legislature to pass a .
building
Vnmta.. ....... was most conspicuous by the We'Re SURE
.t remark the Encampment leave Rev. -- "... statute and make an appropriation to absence of "Old Olory" on the I IOUIt.
Peter flagpole
Falls a rousing vote of thanka for hla Uraham. purchase the Stars and Stripes. ,. our over the structure. auINe S
\ word of welcome and ofter\of aaaltanoe AIt..nate-Tho.. Dixon. nation's emblem of power and glory to The aesslon then closed .
until]
I during- the period of the conven PMt N*. 10-.Orlsj.d. rnoatth.oteevK public hlth'O'; Wednesday rnl"h the elec ,&' i. \'fILL. fNDU E a I.CAUS .
R. U
add there
Vesey.Alternate. re- lion of officers was the first
', tion.The committee on credential. 'wax A. Br..lng-. 'IU .t that the birthday of Abraham ol the program. which resulted feature In the !! 1
then ready to and submitted the Lincoln be made a holiday in Florida.
report Post 5>.. II-At. Auar.ia.laie election of John A. Wallace. command
following roller of the encampment St. Clair Techner. I would further suggest that this ...r, and an able set of aides, who were 2r Till! HfATS lwe'ILL
and the delegate elected who were Alternate, )f. Plimpton. Encampment pass ringing resolutions It'tailed- before. adjournment. of the !
entitled. to take part In the proceed.logs assuring President Wilson that It la In ath encampment was made. 4' :
: Theo .Po.t :...' ie-Saoford! , '... :\ ;' :;;- hearty, yinpathhanti. : accords. with his AR :
u : :
ROSTER 01, rojJTtJ '.< 'J'' '"unll to iie.eriu Amer'can rgots and PURE!
Alternntea- C. Fox. John,4 C.1Downlnit. 'American. principles.Hoon -
:;
. '. / after my election I wa request
Blagjtra Pee N.. 3.-l.rmm If..... )> font Wo. IK- Federal Point ed by comrade. of this Department More Talk of ,"!,.

.Commander C. It. 'Macawber. "' Hellols Jones.. ,." !...* !I<: that I ascertain what rat the steamship'lines Preparedness
Past Commander O. E. GII..... W. H. AIt..rnatJo Whltfleld.' '. would make from Jacksonville THE QUESTIONS(' UPPERMOST
Martin. A. 8. Savaite. Robert Butcher [ Post .Vo. 2O-Tspa ' to Boston at the time of the

.. J. H. Holetrum. John 8 Buck I. C. 'V. H. Thompson. nfty-flrst national encampment of the ____ .__ -
Pratt. N. R. Ollea. D. A. Tucker. A. W.Jameaon Alt..rnatnavld Hlllerly.Poot lrand Army of the Republic during theweek Positive Steps Must BeTaken ----,- .p -. in the mind of the wise buyer of '
'H. O. Fluke., C. H. Thomas commencing .Aiiirii-f 20th.. KIT. I
'
".
.
I R f. Thomas J. M. Huarhey U. A. No. 2,1-noloe-avllle The stenmahlp companies were dl.posed .- meat is that of quality. The meat .
Jerry Hemkle. Attorney Lewis O'Bryaaterm
"Whltbeck. W. John to make all possible Inducement. ; I
b :. Kirby Titus. A.
<', THartln. I<;d. O. Walftlna;. Henry Bah). Alternate. C. Small. to the Grand Army to Use their lines. At Once To ',ut'.es.'tur .' sold in this shop is not only rigidly
I l). C. Joslyn. J. F. Chase K. J. Hicks Pout N. ._St.- Petrrobar I suggested that they the steamship of office and promis-
t t W John I N. Hchank Jos. lines, get In touch with the big lila (Thompson) support at any .J
J 'T.Mile, Biding- McLoughlln. K. C. Pot ter. Qalbreath( J. A. southern (department and arrange various for all times: Kx-Mayor May came na'.1.; Inspected before Its. arrival here,

'.J Alternates. Day C. H. Wlnchtll >i Grand Army excursion on that.occa- this Juncture, and he extended thanks but I ig scientifically taken care ofafter f
I *7'! *. Major II. C'". ..1...... Post N... 3-Key Keller. don and they are now working on that Avert Danger. :<> the outgoing board for their nsslHt- I ,t
once In lila efforts to the
line. govern city
SeveraL of the>
t Westb Post No. 89 steamohln lines we receive It.
-Dadc City in the .' ovid wished the j
|I' "c. new tftlcersauccess
will have :
1 representatives
C. K.. In attendance
Commander Spencer. .
Mathew Chapman
this tendering his services whenever j
,, Alternate-rl. W. Handlette. at encampment to tell of the In .
they were required.
ducements .
k. 'O. 't. Mltefeell Pout Ne. JaekaeaTllle Post No. .10- ....... 'inectfve lines and advantages I of their re- The niiiyor then administered. lli"J"
L Commander M. 8. Harrla.Pact Ben Turner.AlternateMark. would advise that In these trying times pr..par..dn..a.I..m. of City Market
: the Encampment look oath office to the new officials. who "
k Post Commanders William Clark. expenditures carefully to the tu tie the watch-word and well K Immediately down to bUMlneaH i ,
of the '
revenues of
the
James, J. Oumlinrarer W. H. Melrath. J. Pout No. !I4- t. flood *nrtniert to that end. I would, advlfle De- <) bp. Without It there .can be no their first act being the m-lectUm. of a ,
H. Stephen William .
Herron. F.ancl.Ii
.
,t Urlm Oeo. E. Tldda M. A. Smith. \V. ,.. Uonner:, C. H, .. O <'!. that 'n /fixed sum be appropriated for real safety eithfer for the nation or for
Russell I -- .
O. Department
"Ii 1 f Past Department Commanders Chaa. J. Demmon L. U Klbbel Headquarters' expenses at the Individual. --------- -

.t M.Wav.Kill, T, 8. Wentworth, David L. \v. .H.A.river Peters H. U.Anllbllu F. Mmlth., '"h. Wm.8. O.Hoblnson. Phe-) the would national deem It advisable encampment to appropriate I also Now while the Government )++<+o+.:..++.cr++++*+. .i.occ 4+)**.:.>+*+4+*4<*&>*++&>+44+*+,*4+
1
(Inn. twenty or twenty-five dollars tn the strengthens army and coast de .
'I Past Junior Vice Commnnder-ln- navy
... Pest N.... S Department. Commander with which to fence.
Chief 'VIIll.m.J.m. lt-Kisalee What preparations are making -
\ you
W. T. Vail T. A. Lincoln. buy' a railroad mileage ticket for his INSURANC and REAL ESTATE: !
i for
Alternates use In attending" to department tie strengthening" of your
..4' /( .... CJabrirl Pout No. Jackaoajvllle Fred Adama.on M. busi
Rchat.I ness through the Department. body? la
Commander Ch... Ancron. ln. Kprlng h..re-you. system
,'. Post No. 8T The Urlm Reaper has been busy In : needs cleaning Just as a house does at Let insure Life '
-Toft this us Health
Department your !
Ale Pout and thirty-eight of your your Property ; :
t Hooker N. Port Or..ce C. A. T mpkln". our comrades have answered this time.. You are run-down weak;

I Commander Myron A. Drlggrs.V. I Alternate-J. H. Elt .. It roll call and are now blvouaeed the last on your liver and kidneys clogged with Information in regard to for
Pest No. the eternal property
1 L. Great Pest NIO-OrloodoCommander H. Si4-ippbyrhill5 camping ground. Three of poisonous waste; you feel tired listless : ;
-Hutching, Abnvr them wen amonicour ,, sale and
f Flint T. A. moat earnest nd rent
; \ -Wm. WaterhnuseI'ast Williamson.I I I i faithful workers, and !'clnaely' Identl and say "I'm .getting old." Constipation I cheerfully given. ; ;

., .. Poet Commander J. M. Crofts Alternates-Andrew Macbumey J. fled wltn this ndmlnlntratlon._. Kendall troubles! you and you have. .
t. H. Robinson. 8 H. Hud.on.V.. H. H. Simpson Wm. Jackson. Pollard. Post Sergeant leo W John- constant headaches and dizziness. In addition to fifteen other good companies ,)
if.. Tteynold F. A. Curtla \VKilmer, J. Pout ton.. Post 21. and Corporal Royal Altogether
No. 41 H.
j,1 .," H. Wllklns Jeremiah, I' Stewart.reokyrklllo I noble wrought well In life, both aa sol you are In bad shape to face now represent the well known '

Past Department Commander S. R, Alternate-W. 1.. Veatch.At I dier and cltlens. the heat of the summer, '

Mudion.M. I mander Comrade's Is About my dona.work I AS have your tried Com the End all this misery now. Plush and HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York i !

,j i : W. CkatOeld Peat S.. II-H\. AmKuotlme the. afternoon session Tuesday bent I knew to nerve you for the best renovate the system with Dr. livings- I

,' credentials committee Comrades Theo.the .Interest of the Department' In accord ton's Root and Herb Tea that great G.A.GrN"E: : : ,,1
"ommanderTh..o. AV R. RraKe. R Brake with the laws and customs of our or- glfe of Nature's
W N. Skinner and composed of tw
W. /8lK- nty.ev..n -
<: Past Department Commn>iderH-Oeo. 'icr.To this end I have received tnval.unhlesssi.t1ne Second Citizens Bank
M. .o..n. J. J. }Krom .1. -'Heaeh. 3eo. gins campment made cot their down report to actual when business the en*, from Wm. James, who* roots, herb., barks and flowers, floor Eldg. I rCssimmee: Fla. | 2

) .", M Spencer H. R. I.ylet OeoBdmla- Committee on officers consented for a time to act aa A..A. Cl. skilfully compounded, and guaranteedto .
Past nenartment Commander Henry. as follows: Wm. Hall. "was d. Lalonde appointed and and A. U M. 0.. but owing to continued help you. Get 'a dOe package from ... OO.O 44000 O.6 04 .o. ooo.o.oo oooo. oo. o.Ot.,.. .
?, ton O.: O. I'oppelton Samuel Sage. Immediately 111/ health he was ( this appointment fnllowl'-T m". his resignation 'which was reluct your' druggist today; brew It In your
the
i:. '. Veteran Post N.: 13-.P.lqtk. dres was delivered by following Commander ad* antly accepted by mo. I appointed aa' own home as your grandmother did,

I Wm. H. Melrath: his successor, Comrade K. P. Branch take It and note your wonderful and
: Job A. Loaraaj po t .. 14-8 A..... and his work as A. A. O. and A. Q. M. Improvement. SEMINOLE LIMI'YED.Ii Ii
;. tl.. Addreoa of neoortmeet C.......er '. Is evidence that I made no mistake rapid '
In the appointment.turn tf your druggist cannot supply
Commander you
: Jobe $tewart.'L Comrades-March last
conferredon
you 1 the Department back tn 'you the Livingston .
Medicine Co.. No. 1740
II Li... ... __.. me that which" all Orand Army at peace with the world, and what la All-Steel Electric-Lighted: Train ".
Po t No. '... men (covet the command of the Depart more to be deserved at with Main StreetS, Jacksonville Fla., will ..

.r Commander A. Robblna. ment to which he belongs. for It Is a Bach other.I peace gladly mail you a package on receiptof .
Past Post Commanders. E. W. Her- eating honor aa It confers a life mem thank you one and all for your price Birmingham. Chicago and St. Louis ..);
i; Pick T. J. Record. Chaa. liarklna, F. bership In the Ma-heat representative. ready acquleacenee to my wishes and ,
' 3i. W. Munaon A. C Fox. body of the orramleiit organization for your .earnest. well .
directed efforts Lv Jacksonville.... A C L &.00 PM Sun \
known of men, the Urand Army of the to do aa I directed. I hope will 10 CENT "CASCAKETS"FOR Parlor Obeemttlon Car, 'f
M.BtT..err. Foot No. IS-Federal. Republic: and farther you conferredan "give my successor the willing you and Lv Wa creu......A C L 11.05 PM Compartment and DrawlnU-Room "' .

', Commander W.!*M..!..Hawklna. the honor welfare on and me well when being you of entrusted the n... ready support you have accorded me. LIVER AND *BOWELS> AT Albany__...__ A C L 2.35AM Sleeping Cars Jacksonville .to Chi "
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In hands. Lv Albany.. CofQ 2.40AM cago. .
Pat Pot partment my I have done my i
Commander
J. N. The Cure
A Dart. from Sick
report the Headache
beat to so discharge l the duties, the en- assistant adju Constipation,
TTho liolatender. tant-general LvAmerlcus CofG $.40 AM
cumbent Upon me for the best Interest showed that thir, vrei. Biliousness Drawlnft-Room Sleeping Car
4. If. of'the Department.. I have notsucceeded twenty-four posts In the department Sour Stomach ItadIlreath.Candy Lv Columbus... C of G G.10AM Jacksonville. to St. Louis. I
1 Terry Post 4n. with .
20-Tauspa 'v total membership In good h"
standIng
In dnlnir' all l I hoped todo Cathartic. 7.10AM
Commander LvOp.IIka-------
John A. Wallace.
/ Past I'oat Commander N. IX Smith. fo" the want .of tfnie. One year la a t of, n7ta'hoJ: :: $111.92 quartermaster's In the general' ,de Birmingham. CofO 11.SSAM Free Reclining Chair Car Jack- ';'1AI' 1//

i(:'. C. L.lttle. M. M. JaKKer C. II. Hrlstol. I very found short to do.I time. to do the many things II treasury, with the sum of ISO In the No odds how bad liver atom. sonville te Chicago Ht.: Lout and r
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your Lv I C
II. M. Bruce, JacobMfller, Oeo. H. memorial fundPatriotic Birmingham.. 12.15 PM Carbondale; large and '
have always had a stood opinionand ach or bowels how much easy high i4/
I'ackwood Robt. ; headache
Prlngle. Inntructor your
hlarh" regard for the.
W_ .>T. Shermao. Poot No. *I-Praoo.. composing the Department of Klorldit. Held port of showing labor, much which activity In tie you are from ArCarfae-ndale. . 1C 1LSPM Daaaa
v and have always considered them ; after he presented constipation indigestion biliousness and Seat Car Jackson ,u.:
!OI. above the average, and that la saying adopted the following: ;; resolutions which were ''I and sluggish bowels-you always get Ar St.Louis. 1 C 7.20 AM'vie!! to Chicago. ,,'

Lew W..U.. Peat Ko.. 2"-Oal..III. much for. the men who composed that relief with Cascarets. They imme Ar Bird St. (Chkaoi) I C 7.31 AM '

Commander Past Post Commander 13 Benson.' It. O 8chn. t.. superb ing years army defended thit for h':1'': ':t -,m and Iteoolotloo Br I)( ,,"_ .. Patriotic diately cleanse and regulate the stomach Ar Chicago (Cit. It*,) 1C 7.45AM route Dlnlnft service Car a Ia Bervea arte., all meals en"

their country'a flag and when their Ismtroeter 1 remove the sour, fermenting; food ,.. ..it'

I. ler.pR.t Department Commander Jamea work was done. quietly laid aside. their Commander and Comrades of the and foul eases; take the excess bile .." eISILID '
Kklnner.Kit military power:: and ascendency, nndmerged Urand Army of the Republic, Department from the liver and off the .P..T.O.. 5LtIPsS' 055. sssevay.ss. ,
themselves ,Into civil life and of Florida carry constipated Assay T. A.Y Tica.y SaINT OP ".
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e..... Peat No. :29-._.. Peterabairc aai-um'il. their former avocations. They Whereas, thai "Urand Old) Flag." for waste matter and poison
t were p common m"n. For four years which wo bled and died Is In danger of from the intestines and. bowels A ATLANTIC. COAST LINE _'i
Commander
John C.
Miller. RAILROAD
they were soldiers such a. the world being Insulted 10-cent box.
; from
Past Poet Commanders Rer. J. O. had n>-vr seen before. There soldierly We. of your druggist 'will "'THC 8TANDAHB MAILHOAD OF ,,
a body loyal soldiers do THE BOUJH- .- '(
_.. keep liver
Thomp J. A. McCordUl- A quallUi were suCh m*-to make the hereby pledge our unqualified your and bowels clean ""
: Thompson. C. IX, Clark. H. H. Raaa, H. name American. soldier" the synonym and allegiance." to the president support of stomach sweet audi bead clear for A. W. YnITOT I .I'G.'klftIU.AND- >
our
JS. ..Upha.n U .J Uh4on.H., A. Murphy! of. all that was grind, great brave ,, country; hit his ..effort to maintain the months. They, work while'you sleep I ..YI., .aCIt.oNVILL&'.. P..E..... asia. 'L*.a. a, i,_ .iviai.M;-*s-M.t*:aacsiT a,.e. L 1-1 "f'

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.. Buckeye Big Citrus Trees ORMAT tY .WHAT THE CROPS ARE ASKING FOR. "



Will Save Planters ,a Year : GROVE N' E Feed the Plants Properly and the Soil Can Be Built Up,'Instead, - of Run. 'Oowi'.


Buckeye Nurseries\ have In'stock for immediate snip,' 1 GARDEN & FIELDQ rmyofStomaenSuffdrcr* While Increasing Crop .Yields

ment thousands of flue citrus: trees in the larger, sites. :: Staple crops bear in mind that the best "way he: can
i ;.. These will fruit at least a year earlier' than trees of 'yloNs AlTfWeUD' IMMeDIATeLY led to Health Bj take out large fight the boll weevil Is to force his

ordinary size. For this reason It Is. economy to buy m '' or MAIL SngtoDose.Stomactf mounts of plant cotton to a quick growth, and to aa
them at somewhat first =:.: Mw N H.O.Plultae DJP'r Man.tTooMza :
t, oven greater cost : : the early maturity. Many/ farmers la the
food from SOIL
: Where trees'must replaced in groves, it Is doubly = WILSON, I: FCRTIIIZM CatuMirtXtCHSONVtlL boll weevil district' are finding that,
multi. For example X
:
important to plant the larger sizes, so the new tree -=f : *). F... Trouble causes: A peanuts and soy 'beans are splendid
l 'l may catch up with the older ones. If you wait until j E-I;; tude of ailments and often results in 1r cotton crop of one substitutes' for cotton. Unless these

I i; next season to replace missing trees in your grove, S Gall Stones, Yellow Jaundice, Acute bale per acre will crops are well fertilised however, with-)

wyou will lose a year's time. Trees may be Hi New Grewth Dyl. Back and Chronic Indigestion, Appendicitis! remove! \from the the fertiliser carrying high percentageof

I'\ safely-planted up to April 15th. | About two weeks after the recent Constipation, Auto-ntoxlcation, Gas land In'' seed phosphate, good yields. cannot be
cold snap my .grapefruit and prang Pressure, Fear of Heart Disease, Can. ]leaves, stalks and expected. V
& 4 Leading Varieties, Healthy Stock m tree* commenced to take on n.W foliage cer and Ulcer of. the Stomach and. bolls, about 77
,? until now the tree are covered etc. of How to Tell What le Nteeaeary
I ntelstines, etc. One dose pounds of nitrogen
I Order Now You be Too Late., with new leave and there are a great
May '
or
of
if many bud and some bloom; but on Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has proven 14 pounds The farmer can oftentimes deter
I The Buckeye stock of tares 1=1 some of the branches the new leave successful in thousands of case of J. N. HARPER potash an A 2SAgronomist. mine the element moat needed'In his

'.. tree. I. especially trong., In l-he = of have the suddenly trees withered have and;tI.0; Some of Stomach Trouble. This explains its \ pounds ot phosphoric fertilizer by noting the manner ot
; four favorLate varieties-Valencia == the new. young foliage from about the enormous sale. Has bcn: taken and acid. A U bushel crop growth of cotton -on hU/ different soil C

.und .and Inman L.ue Ldtle Ulra ands Walter oranges* a dle of .h... tree to the. top while mlcl-I Is recommended by Physicians, Justice of corn will remove 10.'the grain, stalk types When the growth is' slow and
of the
S rapefrult.Orders' == the new ground branches to are the sprouting middle out Can of the Supremo Court Congress. and fodder about 64 pounds of nitrogen the plants have a yellow, unhealthylook

tf...;; r ar o and _i. you tell me the cause of this trouble, I men, Lawyers, Nurses::, Ministers, 54 pounds of potash and 34 poundsof ) :; nitrogen (or ammonia) should be
or trees cannot and Is there anything that can be doneto acid. A. -bushel
our supply lace = Farmers, EducatorsMechanics- phosphoric crop applied In rather large amounts. If.
:; r Indefinitely. To make sure of getting == branches prevent. and further foliage dying 8houla of the cut new oft probably your own neighbor. Many of oats will remove In the grain and however, the plants look vigorous; but

.1.. ( + place Buckeye your order trees not*this. Catalog aurlng. ___ the new branches growing on t*" bodyof owe their lives to Mayr's Won 'erful straw about 35 pounds of nitrogen are not fruiting well phosphoric Mid:
\ free.. and price 'on application. ; ie ii i the tree T It eo' how far up from the Remedy. Thousands cny It has caved 41 pounds of potash and 16 pounds of should be used liberally. '

re e ground Answers Without doubt your tree. them from the knife Contains r.o alcohol phosphoric acid. It. however stalks(: Generally speaking, for poor soils, the u
NursekiesM. have case -' Ck Induced by aK'ii.ial drugs. .FREE bolls, straw, 'etc., are. plowed under fertilizer
Buckeye a or habit-forming1 most Important element of a ;
ktnl'.I:
t ; : vitalityfrom ,
their will be
,. of Ailments. Ad- some.of the plant food returned -
possible also by booklet on Stomach Is nitrogen, and the next most important ,
the recent cold
.r l + } a M .t.,. .K.GilUt t>.G.) Gillette lack of fertilization, and 'by Onfaror- dregs Ceo. II. Majrr, Mfg. Chemist, to the so1L., is phosphorous. Therefore, for

Citizens Bank BleI Tampa Fla. able\ \ sail conditions We mention these. Chicago.' Better yet -obtain a bottle Cotton Fertilizer. Problem poor soils toe would recommend under
, ==
are
they .so
'j last two. Items because which makes
conditions
of from war ,
common throughout the state. A greatspringpfertilizer Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. With the' present price of cotton and present

I 11. ..r. !llImllililllllrnllllll1nlllllnUlnIlDnUI/I1I1lUl1/Hll/nmIlU/!! / / IIIIIUnlUlJmllir!) ..<>. that they andohaveapplied might see ,exactly.. their doIng Z.who Robot-son will refund or any your reliable money if druggist it fails, other farmer farm to give products more,' It attention will pay this the :' and potash available corn scarce ansiyting phosphoric-fertiliser about'.acid g and for percent cotton S percent k

what their tree were going to do, and Spring to the problem of soil building i r'
; W. H. BROKAW Salesman In this way the tree have Buffered for 004440000004600000Q0DLPLAY and to the IntellUenf use of fertilisers I ammonia and S per cent potash.
there has rover been a time when they For peanuts 11 per cent phoephorio
mo greatly meded a. liberal supply of i:: THK FLAG ::! than ever before. Some of; acid I per cent ammonia and I'percent

7 Watkins Block ORLANDO, FLORIDA nand."0..... available Boll condition plant food unfavorable right at to the adopted best the farmers plan of of returning the South to have the potash for fertile soils we would.

.'. 1 god ICro..lho.r.. !also quite common In recommend for cotton and' corn, a fer "kJ
soil fertilizers the received
In, money
the Hruvc, My this, we mean lack ot totter analyzing 11 per cent available
I l k of I' detail just: how Dear Editor: 'Kindly arrant m. apace from all or' part of their cottonseed. phosphoric acid 3 per cent',ammonia "
dritnyouwills writs In This Is a good plaa and should bemare
In valuable for the benefit '
200 LOS your paper 3 and for peanuts '' H Ha
....,. your grove Is situated how It h.1b..en and per cent potash, ,
.. Ivitlllsed, and how .cultivated, we of the younger generation If not for generally: adopted __ fertiliser analysing. U per cost phoe-
JjSOjjMEfl shall b..at..1..." advls. You deAnlToly In the older' one., concerning" Our Flagor- Cneugh: Plant Feed for Best Yields phone acid 1 1-3 percent ammoniaand
.
G ARMOUR. overcoming eon It Suoh thing as It U commonly caUeclOI4: Glory, "a > cent potash. For the sandy
are "brought about not by any one partlculai pen
l It takes from 304 to 400
term' given It by the soldiers of the pounds
: . ,. thing, but by different unfavorable loam soils of the coastal plain, potash
.circumstances and often by -acombination. Civil -War. .It .there ever was' *. time pounds offertlllzer. make a good Is the most'..ieDU.1 .and for tobacco -
> :
... weed in cotton or' a good: stalk In
I when patriotism and true Americanism and truck crops must be applied] ;
.u You should by alt means wait until and unless amounts above these yin
SELLS I growth Is over before doing any prun- should be taught In our school. In the corn, liberal'.aao.nta.
; 1' 'fft nw. Pruning In growing' not homes, and from'the hilltops It Is are used, full returns cannot be expected : nitrogen
t.e: The reason that or ammo
'
only againstnature, because large .moull1laaut. beapplied'
'\ ther weakened tree more or lees now.Outside nia is so necessary an element for practically
are
'to the fruit and
the
produce
.; Fire; Life, Accident and ViNE wlthertlp I* present and the pruning of patriotic orders. I wonder all soils la because the nltratea
spreads this dlaeaae. And another very how many of our educated wide-awake grain.
soluble in water and are therefore -
: are n
I . In I II The amount of fertilizer that
for pruning can
kualiisss know
and professional men
; .:, Health Plate Glass, Liability hat you can at this lime form .nr.def- and the "Allegrlanca' to our be used profitably. will vary with the constantly leaching out of the
can repeat land The farmers should try to storeup
'I mite Idea of just what your gong
V FERTILIZERS to do In the way of growth. It I* flagT" A glance about out cities. and different soil types, seasons and with as much nitrogen ,la the IOU 'aapas.lble ,
: and Boiler Insurance. that the different crops grown. The most!
quite likely by your description public buildings where flags are on such as ..
by'growing crops
will I In great measure berost factor, howevergoverning
this top important
Ih .cI. display shows that very few haveknowledge a :. clover vetches etc. which
and the oyour trees brormed of how flair should be the amount of fertiliser that can be beans, peas, .
Bonds our
Legal Executed
from the branches' that are putting add to the soil from
plants nitrogen
out lower down, but only time hung- Few conform to the government used with profit Is the price of the
Thirty years' Experience all Work this out. r"llIl.tlonome are twistedsome -*-* article produced. At the present price the atmosphere. Practically! all soils
Day Needed. Win th.t reversedthey. are put on display the South well adapted the
ame soil of "are
have Idea
partsof FlorWa and throughout you an pleased with no knowledge of how to hang: of cotton, it will pay to use on most
the U. S.; (the world's finest teat may It be for acid you we If shall you will be send. us to a ; them. | of the soil types of the. South larger growing' of these legumes.It n

materials brought direct from salt cupful taken about an Inch below I Let us have Florida. .. and the breadthof example amounts of fertiliser than heretofore. however, crops are grown in rotation

a OFFICE:' State Back Buil.iig producing points and rigidly analyzed the surface, or you to directions can teat It for given yourself "on- our tHroughout beautiful. the state length that we know To"Meet Boll Weevil) Situation / with legumes will still benec..1'
according and I will take to use commercial forms of
; complete equipment developed I of book "Acid gollyLime how tOI) hang our flag \ )
through building and the ," which we are enclosing.ft pleasure In giving reader the Federal When grown' under boll weevil conditions .. nitrogen to obtain' the best results.
.. ruling viz:, "That the flag of the should be fertilized .: While nitrogen Is the main element of
operating: 30 factories-enables -- Unite States government will be hung cotton liberally
us to "build" long-lasting, crop- ,..m N. making, humus.buildlng'qu.lity How- mach nitrate of soda should b* where attached to the wall with starsto taln' a large percentage phosphoricacid acid la the most essential and In practlcally -'
and how can I tell "
used on vegetablea faces the
the right aa one flag.
Tiff fiORIDAMBALPRaaxt5CQI into Armour Fertiliters. when It I I. needed. The vegetableshave Time le ao short In college, universities which ingredient hastens Its ma- all of the tests that have been
a well- hud usual application- of mixed and schools that only throughthe turity. A fertilizer containing 'an ample : made in the South,better results hare
MANUFACTUREMETAL Fifty-four of our standard, fertiliser. colmns of the'press can, we educate supply of ammonia should also be been obtained with soluble phosphoric
; known brands are offered with Answer: Nitrate of soda Is In practically the people. What would be more appropriate .
used to start the plant oft quickly In acid than with finely ground\ phosphate
.
2 3 with. all oodr.t..bl. formulasand or give a more patriotic appearance -
%, % or Ii'%}{ potash, or
conditions Its growth. farmer must 'ever rocks or' floats.
with normal weather to our papers'than to have The ..
out potash, as desired. Booklet that I I. all that Is needed When the our pledge as follows: ..ww.w..ww.r
---------------------------------
CEILINGS free showing,complete line .of weather remains cold a long time thereis 1 ;: Oar Pledge
sometimes a slwoneS In the formation '.pledge 1 allegiance to' my Flag; and
''l4. 1 1r CULVERTS.SHINGLES of further nitrate' or when: there the i Hepubllo for which It stands. ,One .
Citrus Fertilizers I is excessive) rainfall.II'here 1''likelyto Nation Indivisible. With Charity for '
[
be a los In the drainage water *o all malice toward none. '
AND OTHER Field Crop Fertilizers that additional application of nitrateof I would suggest that each paper In G O 0 DPRINTING f
soda I I. advisable. This I.I generally Florida "tak.. notice" and arrange editorial
t.' SHEET METAL Vegetable Fertilizers Indicated by a yellowing of the leaves. column In same manner.
k About one hundred pounds per. acre lathe What better prayer do we need Why.
\. BUILDING Fertilizer Materials usual amount.Yellowing not have this pledge written on the' -
.. of leaves. may be caused blackboards of each school In the stat
. l ., MATERIAl Blood & Bone Tankage by Insects poor drainage, 1"i- of Florida, and have the colleges and .
wan TODAY 4sjUaU'ANO| SPECIAL as lack o1 plant food, so. ; to universities all Join In the repeating
row CATALOGUES QUOTATIONS Spraying Materials existing. conditions before acting.M.k of this pledge. at S o'clock or at the 1
+ time for devotional ...rcl..*.- A flax .'
Feeds
l' Stock & Poultry Lad Pr vegetables hung on wall of all school rooms-In
What vegetable can begrown homes; let all federal building hoist .......' .
on ndm':. k land How about our flag at sunrise to b* taken down at ; '
Armour rertmisr j ::'character of printed makes indelibleimision '
HJ matter
-
.iirSTANG sugar cant' .unset-not to b* left to the night your an ,

Enrich the i Sill-Increase the field valuable. 'Answer. for: Good all kind muck of land garden Is crops.moat how breese our to Americanism be- torn. and and rent.patriotismby Let u* .vi t] '41 o/'p=;r -good or bad-upon those who see'it.'More people;, f";.

Haste Uatailty Improve. Us Quality but there I* some muck so carae and display of our flag on all public : '
our that It would be next to tmpoeel- buildings and offices, and churches and gage your standing-the character and quality of product- 'your un-

'F For & Carson 6ro CO. ble to grow anything on It. Sugar Cane. planted on the side of street cars;. one that than other Therefore the
Sprains. Lameness Waters doe exceedingly well on good muck, Country. One People, one Flags todateneitby by. any, one thing. ,"

..: 1.. Sores. Cuts, Rheumatism KISSIMMEE flA.MANUF'ACTURED. land.The muck we have seen In your *.e... LOUISE RICHET McKAT.' need for the right Lund of printing i .

tlon was extremely good, but of coursewe .
. \: Penetrate and Heat have not seen It all.O.fe. ....... printing-hut
BY Take Sulph rBathsRHEUMATISM .Our hobby i il good printing not fancy, fussy

i' Stops Pain At Onc .. > good printing, with character quality and finish-the right type,
; For Man and Beast ARMOUR FERT.WORKSJACKSONVILLE I want to grow an acre of .onions afi hold r ''
Folks I tell me 'Should-: l..t.'Utper' ; : i In right clock, right illutfFations-all'" blended into a strong, dignified a
t r"., 25c.50c.$1. At All Dealers.. seed Led and t me 1 N '
FLA. 10l.of. work would bo saved !by plant whole-the kind< that will make a good impression for you. 9
"' log them right In the field. Ir you ads

w'E'.,,'{" LINIMENTESPECIAUY visa trnnnplnntlnff: ] In our" please'oplnlon give you rc'RHOimAnswer would. Give u* a chance on your next j job.

save In the long run by raising your 1
{ onions In (the seed. bed and trannplantInir. .
The keeping down of all weed
t is 1 a tremendous hock and this
1't'7 f"ryu' absolutely necessary where onion .
SAWMIL .
.; 1. are to be successfully grown. A great '
many vegetables"" are rirently Improved Gout, Eczema, Hives, eta Right In
MACHINERY by transplanting, the change' seemingto own, home and at trifling cost, \
C your
} Increase the root system. Other f\\ :
AND vegetable do not stand transplantingat you can enjoy the-benefit of beating p i
: all well. In the case of onions the sulphur baths ,"
.ALL SUPPLIES main train from raising In seed bed and .
'1. putting" out In the Held. seems to be the HANCOCKSULPHUR Spray Pump3Insecticides
8 saving of-a'vast amount of cultivation
Wrilt For Prices And that would be necessary when growing.
It. them In the Acid COMPOUND :
'
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I
Cat
alogue
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asture Mood purifying and tldn tittllngrenwdr
ADAPTED "CASCARETS"FOR own
[ 10 CENT .
. SULPHUH-prcpved. In a way to V '
1 LIVER AND BOWELS sake. lie....._ efAcachxu. Use at In the Mist pray. means death to your
bath see tt ss a lotto ......,tat; to affected"
For Your srtsi;and lake. It lntnullr.GOe crop enemies We bare fall stock of>

Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, and$1 tht bottle of the Right Materials and the De.t'r

Biliousness, Soar Stomach, Bad st your a uW'e. 'f..cea't.*mf you. fMachines./ Our Jperlence.d.tu from t-
send his. cos.d sUops SM ; t
State CATTLE DIPPING MEASURE Breath-Candy Cathartic we will sd yes a bottle....... the very' first spraying In Florida. ."

t WILL HAVE OPPOSITION IN HANCOCK: UODIO SULTHVa
*. No odds how bad. liver stomach COMFUirmmmtl
LEGISLATURE IT' APPEARS you lEND FOR 8PRAV CATALOGUE.' !
bowels how much headaches .dl.et Mt
: : :: or miserable\ your aW &__.' Oa* 4
how from
FREE you are. __ ..... ii
Compulsory Cattle dipping will b constipation, indigestion, biliousness u.oM o.-t St1r-IW- Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.JIalaettll'tln ftt.
I opposed In the Legislature by Represe'ntatlve and sluggish bowels-you always get
Oar iMtractirt Catalogue of Ideal Fertilizers.
.1 McQue Chatres.'of Lafayette relief with Cascarets. They immediately t.i t.

I'' and Weekly Price Lbt county, who It I. said, will do all cleanse and regulate the stomach 7ackeoavllle, tomT'
} S In. hi. power to defeat the measure He remove the sour, fermenting foodand .... .. .... .. .... ... ... norldII
I. said,
is not opposed to dippingit
but the representative I. unalterably foul gases; take the excess bile M. TILLER
SEND FO R o'ppo.ed to compulsory dipping In the from the liver and carry off the constipated "'" -

V. matter of range cattle. It would be all waste matter and poison ""'"
THEM'TODAY right' hs callms, for Improved herds from the intestines and bowels. A Real Estate Agency. I 1 /

which never run on the. range, but ao- 10-cent box from your will aNNNNNNNNNwRealty 'fJ' 'k"
" cording to his view It could not be keep your liver and bows clean, rB
N SEED) OKO carried out on the ranges. such as' he stomach sweet and head clear for bought and told.

FLA. has seen In hi. home county. Mr month_They work 'while you sleep Houses rented. ,

'JACKSONVILLE Chalres Is ope of the largest, as well Taxes 'paid and Title verified. ,
aa one'ot the best known. cattlemen In
the South, and has had wide experlenas OO..OOO. ..... .O..OOO.C. for non-reiidenU. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO Local Agents
1 In the west as well as In this state. Fire Life and Accident In ,
; .,r A _...
.Ice Ask Your Grocer surance.

rrI .r T, M. RIVERS M. D. WI GRIFFINStaple ii Indemnity Bondi.CHICHESTER. FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED 4

-M PIIYSICIAN and SURGEON .oo ...o.oo o. .ooo.o....., .,

Office over'Osceola Pharmacy and FancyGROCERIES One block! of Five .Lots in South Part of Town. 250

.
..:: CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES Phone Reeldenc.ff } S PILLS foot front. .208 foot depth.- ':Rich Muck Soil adapted for

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FOUR .,* THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY APRIL 6, 1917 i iC ia

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I her mother coming' for her Bring the virtues, the very soul of tills life. ;,
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her things" ,irl tMf4ithe The glstcr'ti.wonls were like a prayer
She was wrapped up and taken M }, and a benediction and Marie went

home, ,but the treacherous April air $ away feeling greatly comforted. She j"

was too much' for her Ity bedtime hurried through the districts that led

croup had net In, and'at midnight ber to her mother's shop and climbing \ f
throat was closed. In a little while the' narrow stairway that led to her ,

she was dead ;," own. little room fell.on her knees before

Anna thought no more of the church the! Madonna,' praying, earnestly

and Easter till someone. spoke of. sending for forgiveness 'and guidance. .' ;

'her Illy. [ rlsalv That bight as she slept the room 1'

"No mamma," she said. "!l'.", for ddT seemed to- be slowly filled with a soft \ :;
Lillie. It was the last thing she asked radiance and the Madonna coming '

Anna Barley stood by Ine for, and now she won't be hereafter eASr1i"vcch ; down from the wall,, stood: at her aide r
LITTLE mother' ,side Intently Easter.!: I want to put It In her a"rl with hands outstretched above her ijI
watching the lacolJJl.a.- eedle- little hand to take with her" while she repeated softly: '' '

1'' worK she was putting into the hand. When they told Aunt Anna.8he. said : a o x EuxjeneDanks
.kerchief. The threads bad been drawn "Y<>n.< JUst that, and nothing else. The : There I* no death, the flowers My;
with the greatest exactness! unl| the j other flowers the dear friends sent I tk In faith we hide our souls away, '
the earth
; .r While tC!' npe.t. desolate ,
cambric carefully basted over B bit can be laid over her at the cemetery." And patient wait the promised birth. )
i ejf enamel cloth to keep !It from drawIng And'so It was She was dressed In HAT are your churches to
Southwlnd chants there Is no death
and the needle and gossamer-like the little hemstitched dress as white X4, me," she cried, passionately The I come and ..'tntC'r'l.! l a breath;
thread went In and out,. leaving'be and as soft as a summer cloud and a !! *'Sister Cecelia", from Against hi. failing wall I set' : h
bind them the daintiest lace 'stitches cradle-wrap of childhood I have heard :The snowdrop and the violet. I

.shining like frostwork. Anna wondered finest cashmere ,
these tales of love'and penitence Glad prophets of.the life to bel! r
If she should ever do anything lined with soft. . until I know them A kindred park abides In thee, .
too beautiful. Then she asked her niothr white silk folded' all/by/ .heart. I used to find comfort lu That like the wind no tether knows. ,

/,. If she might try. about her, in the them, but that.was before I knew what And yetis! comrade to the rose ':x1,

"This would be. too) difficult for you, ., little white velvet I tai real} sorrofc was." The earth thy mother Is, her breast .'
dear;' said her mother. ;""but ypy may casket, the.. F sMMwG She wag a slight young girl, not Thy c-omort. shield and final reel. '
try a piece of hemstitching. Here Is' lily In her hand. bbove sixteen with clear delicate fea-t There. bide'sheltered. from the storms thou'U b

.a bit of linen-'ln my basket you may On Sunday afternoon I tures, and olive complexion. 'an abundance The coming of thy Eastertide.! d

i begin'on. I will start the first thread, a few loving rt of hulr that swept back from a It was morning' when Marie awoke .

and you may loosen ten more and friends gathered full* forehead like the .waves of a cloud and the air was filled with the chimes .;

1 draw them out." about| the t ed sea of many bells. The dream was still ,, :

When this was done Anna learned little sleeper, and .. "My dear child," replied the sister vivid iu her mind! and, Involuntarily .'

e the stitch and soon showed a very neat Osmondtulkt'd ff "you do.not understand the teachings sue glanced at,' the wall where the picture , .I t

,'piece of work."Now"said.' to them tenderly of the church. It Is not of earthly love of.I ho Madonna hung, It wus In '
her mother. "how would of (his Joyful resurrection ,,. .. A the Gospels speak, but of that pp'rltuullove1 Its place, but she could not escape the j

jon like to hemstitch a dress for baby day. l that pnsseth nil understanding. thought that the ticcuewhich was no .h

i Ullle for a Christmas gift I think and how Christ >'ot-, >f.limtlDve the Suvlour died Unit vivid iu her mind hud really been en

1 Aunt Anoa,'w u1cr he very proud of "'hadniada"be| ; all men mIubtnjniHmand; ) be acted.11iv: hunt'o1 p'"') M>rnlng""...I'T.17--.".*!
some of your work." world; gladvwhenhe'rose saved."
Ice was approaching, and she felt a'
1"> ,"Oh. ,I'd like'. it so much mammal I from the s "I know I know" cried the girl, "but sudden desire to sit once more with ',:/jII

y Ullle Is .such a'darling dead, and hadAnn., Baby It Is not of heuven I am thinking but I the congregation In the holy silence,'. I Ito

'' '1>.T after day.the little 'fingersUtched given: the prom- tee Pity .. The year's at the I of him, Pierre, the artist, who bus II I :Join In the ,.CHIooses.. and to hear '.\

away; and b,. the middle of Ise after-be went wan'j ,spring gone and I left in*. no word;,ojf. PItn:1: :? ,he- iiiuxlc of the_ familiar- songs. For, J
r letember the hemstitching ,,'os'done. home te heaven that those who whom I'love'better than 'lite Pierre e .
;. nroutus she had'not entered thhurc4e
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and her mother made the little dress.!! In him shall rise again also And' the the for whom'I have !
'Christmas morning It was sent with be with him. Then ho spoke day's at morn .. church."It given up all, even th doors, but her' talk with !Slitter: Cecelia- .. i{

r _____...____ aDd the vision of the Madonna bud ,
lily so wondrousair that 'n
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card of "Anna Santa Claus Aunt grows from j Is months since I have entered
t decided her t'o try once more the convolution :a
t to Anna kept the box open on' the tableaU the unsightly bulb, and -said the heavenly the church, doors. When 1'lerre' came! of religion. ;.

b ; day to chow to all visitors. She body will be an much more 'beau THE LILY IN LEGENDAll 1 Into my Ute everything else was swept When Marie came out '?upon the "
tiful '
:was sure there never was such a lovely than the earthly body as the out of It. I knew no other world but strrVt that bright Easter morning III.., .:
piece of work done before by a flower Is more beautiful than the root, the one he made for me. I never questioned found Cecelia: already at the' ..'
.child only; eight years old i "We cannot Imagine," said lie,-'"an GOD EXPECTS FROM bill sincerity I never doubted dour. Slater' .
The ,2d of February was Anna'sblythday angel fairer to look 'upon than this his love. I \.'
child'
Countries Have SOMETHING was a and .he made "I "
Woven Stories came for you) said the sister, \
and Aunt Anna and Lillie lovely baby, but God will give us someday MORE AT SUCH TIMES meta woman. And now he 'Is gone and simply '
.'were Invited to tea. Lillie wore her to see the perfect loveliness that Around the Beautiful Easter I am alone, .alone, alone. "
"I am
Slater Cecelia
he AND IT: WERE MUCH ready replied
can bestow. When this
little Christmas dress In compliment glorious The man was not of our world." "' ,"
Flower. Marie with "I had '
equal simplicity.
4, ito her cousin Anna, and with a warm, I resurrection day returns year by year TO BE WISHED JFOR said the ulster, wltb some show of such beautiful t
i ''Jdeecy: white sacque over. ,Anna thought you will also think of this lovely flower THE CREDIT OF THEIR severity, "and do to think a dream last night, and
ALL you wrong I think I know I had
the flowers that blow -yes, already decided ,'
a Bier darling baby cousin. was never so given back, and growing far" more OF RELIGION AS WELL AS of.him." .
before.. beautiful In the garden, of God And there! are few about which as '. +- :
.pretty
THE SATISFACTION OF "I cannot help It. I try to think of "
"To to church
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It will be "; many stories are told all' the go i i
"She baa the right name Aunt'Anna ; yours to keep forever. Illy, THEIR CONSCIENCETHAT him as being cruel and a wicked to hate "Yes." ,'
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he's. white'as a lily, and her golden Anna treasured these precious says Gertrude M. O'Kellly in tile Philadelphia '
him for what he has made me suffer '
.s THEIR EASTER "It must bubeen a good dream. ;i
Ledger. From all 'of
hair Is :Just like a lily's heart Oh, thoughts, and whenshe went to kiss parts '
yon. sweet tltingl" she'exclaimed: her mother good night with her cheek the'world' they come weaving a fair i DEVOTIONS WOULD Indeed. y.
laid cloak of romance around the blossom IN SOME MEASURE I I i \\IIIIIDJ( }I.I "It wire a message from the Madonna.
gently hers
catching her up.- "You look :Just like against she KuliJ, softly J,
: that surpassed "Solomon in Tall his COME UP'TO THEIR She told me that which made me
: en'angel I" And the happy baby laughter "Always when I see the Hosier I i
rippled bark: her delight lilies I shall think of our LIllie *o glory.7 EASTER DRESS 'understand.. .
t beautiful In The lilies of Caucasus, for example, They were walking rapidly toward '
Just then the bell rang and the the garden of God. AndI A .I'
florist' man handed In a large carefully shall keep for my Easter verse the change their color after the rain has Jtfttrlthe'whole SeetA,. ,sere-rrr6 the church. As they were about to turna

wrapped parcel ODe that Mr. Osmond rend: 'If, we believe fallen, their white petals blushing rosy corner of the street that led up to "....
for Aunt Anna. that-Jesus rose from the dead pink at the kiss of the shower, 'and the .5 the edifice a hearty volce'cried out: e.

She called Anna. them that sleep In him will God bring peasants will not fall to give you the. "Marie I Why do you run away from 1',1: 4

c' who was' so takenup with him And he Bald he will have reason, should ;you ask. mer and turning they saw Pierre bul'e

with her dar her again to keep,forever.1;' Long long centuries ago, they will ryingto overtake them:! .1
ling Llllle she bad tell you, there lived a Valiant soldier world through seeking for "Pierre I Pierre murmured .the '

not noticed It. who bad one daughter, Tamara the his lost love. From every passer-by he 7 girl, pale and trembling. 1. 'I I:
"Here la another e most beautiful maiden the world bad asked, "Ilave you seen Tamara the "Pierre that was, Jim Bradford that
,. kind of lily dearie ever seen. Fair as a lily was her skin fairest of maidens?" To the wild winds Is. Don't be frightened at the change '
1 for and bright as gold her long silken curls, as. they blew he prayed "Oh. find forme little sweetheart A sombrero a I'7

t J thought your birthday. . and all who saw her loved her for my love," but no answer came duroy Jacket and the privilege of" ,-

would like It you Both Old Fortna of Celebration. her beauty and her charm. 'War broke until hQme once more In his own country knocking a man down without the fear '
because
It has the- There Is nothing modern but the out In a neighboring country and her he found and knew! the lily, FallIng of having to apologize for Bulling un .' ,.. .'
of i modes In the celebration of Easter father was called to arms.* Long and on his knees beside It he cried "Is der false colors suits .me' better,' thao nr
{name'."For" your Aunt pet. Sunday with new apparel The Easter bravely he fought and ever by his side It Indeed, thee, 0 Tainn ra?" and, like playing the role of an artist. But the ,

Anna me. egg which Is to amuse'.the children -of rode his,friend, the chief,of a nearby; the sigh of the soft smith ", Iud, he praise was worth the. trouble a thousand -
much Oh !I"thank today Is older than the records of the castle until one bitter' day" an arrow beard, the flower whlnp'cr, "It Is I, my 1 times over. Give me your hands J
you eo putting
t hand oldest antiquarian., The two forms of found his comrade's heart beloved._, u _ _ I little girl and say that, you forgive ,
a on- celebrating secularly a day which Is Century-Old. Then, all ads years of fruitless.fiearcn me." ,
each cheek. and I Legend. past, be clasped the blossom to his. Praying, for I
so honored In the churches will doubtless When the lie Earnestly Forgiveness. Marie would have thrown herself
p kissing her overand survive war was over come heart mid wept, and the flower, feeling I i j
as long as the- religious Into the 'drius of
over. ."That r ri home once more, bringing with him the warm tears of love, blushed rosy I but I cannot do It. Night and day I I her lover, but Sister
\ ceremony. CVeplla
I Pllnl. a :round Inil. the of hlH'fallen bear Interposed. "Tell me" she said,
was. so sweet In ,I Bon -- with Joy. But what'was life to him only his voice. Oh, something 1
r ;. '.- I .you I now 1'11 nave IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS. comrade. Between Pllnl and Tumura; when she. -who made the sunshine of must have happened to him, or he I "before you lead this poor child Into r

Anna Wondered." >lily aa well aa FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED, i a' close'friendship grew. She'as was bin heart was gone? So the merciful would come back to me." (I bold deeper trouble; how can :you be so 1
'' the custom of the times had and heartless You acknowledge y
you. Look Mother! If tongue fa coated, learnedto gods changed him to a shower, whichever "Such faith deserves to be reward. to .
( **Teg, and the florist assured me It cleanse little bowels with "Cali weave\ and embroider but further and anon falls In refreshing rain ed," said the sister, moved by the girl's having won her affections under a I \

will bloom for Kaster. He timed It fornia Syrup of Figs." learning had she none, so .he delightedIn on'the' lilies of the Caucasus, and when sincerity, "you may be right Let UH I false name, you left her for two weeks ,y
i r' for that "when be set It out." Mothers can rest easy after giving teaching her the songs of Greece there Is'a drought In the land the not despair. But should. be never return : to the scorn of her associates, weeping ,j
a k How lovely that will be I" said An. "California Syrup of Figs" because in while he accompanied her on the harp. maidens gather the flowers of Tamara. there U one who never her heart out for love of you,And then

7 xa. "I'll take the best of care of It." a few hours all the clogged-up waste, Day In and day out they wandered together and strew them over the fields singing ,I who Is ever ready, to comfort fOrMOkeR'j come buck expecting her to believeyou .
bile
, And she did. It In. the sour and fermenting food gently through the woods and fields honest. '
. was placed out of the bowels and aa they go the sobg of Pllnl, Invoking Tomorrow morning the
!I t1, runniest spot .In the bay window, the have moves a well, playful child, again. you gathering the,flowers that grew by the. his love that once more he any bring I will ring to recall the scene of his I I I I had All in time, good sl@ er. ,You see I

" \ water was made tepid before she watered t Sick children needn't be coaxed to way and together singing so that the the blush of Joy to the .petals of bill death-and rexurrt-otlon. So may we all i. a plainsman's dread.ot being loved
' /, / It, the leaves were brushed'every I take this harmless "fruit laxative." very birds hushed their melody to beloved: triumph over sorrow and the grave If 1 1 I for my few miles square 'of pasture _::'
: 'fl, 'day with a very soft feather duster Millions of mothers keep it handy be listen. They were only children, and we will but trust lu him. nnd the cattle that kept the grass ;;1,

' :3e.' and >each new leaf watched with the cause, they; know Its action' on the their! merry laughter rang through the The words and manner of the sister trimmed, rather than for myself So I ,
, :i ijgreatest interest. stomach liver. and bowels Is prompt. air as they ran'and leaped In :Joy of stirred the girl strangely: become a poor artist and went seeking '
and>sure. heart but little by little they Looking a 'wife. I believed I bad
tin
the early days of March she grew I grew Into the tranquil of the found her in ;
Ask for eyes holy woman
druggist
EO-cent
your a Marie
. ri more silent and as-they walked their but there
Vilttle ItolklI..eilTl'd was
anxious the awol one test
more
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bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," she felt a wave of peace throughout ;
hand would seek and find each theotber'lII. how far would her
'} 1Sbe called her mother's attention which contains directions for babies, her whole being. The flush died' out !'''I trust in me go. 1
, ,.I; tolL, children of all ages and for grown Flowers In the Churches of her cheeks, the sob died' In her went away, but not so far that I
V Then the nature of their'' singing Easter Is essentially Christ's day. could/ not keep
"We watch track of
i can only It end see what ups. throat, and going to Sister Cecelia she what was goIng '
' :.k come of It." said her mother, knowing changed and sad sweet melodies re- And Christ loved beautiful, simple put her arms about her: on here !She: has proved herself 1
, 'f I ..well what It was TOURIST RECEPTION placed the :Joyous tunes of childhood. reverent things. For that reason keep "I know what saying quietly : 'un angel. It wrung my heart! to see' '

i Anna did watch It every 'half hour I 'The clo8ing"re'cepU6n". f the--*eason The harp sobbed and sighed with unspoken . your churches simple, beautiful and though-1 rebel-against you say the Is true, even her !:borrow but for every moment of

]n 'the day. Finally, one morning about I given to the tourists, was held at the love and long, strange silences reverent. Christ would not have- enjoyed the church. They who teaching of hngulblr liuve caused her -she- shall -
Hart Memorial Building Tuesday fell between them.' For months they : tight bunches of flowers with are of It. not have a thousand .
}the middle of March, she found a point.ry. i glad ones. What do ,1,1
sweet sister but
the
ed bud beginning to peep out., When night and was well attended in spite wandered thus, not understanding the their''' poor little stems all choked up. you others, the you say, little girl ; em I to be ,
of the fact that other social secret of their hearts. until neighbors, even my mother, have been "
a Jier mother told her what It she many one day : He would have wanted them to be given? I
tt was events were arranged for that date. Tamara was claimed by the great chief : loosely, gracefully, happily placed.. so harsh apd cruel, have said such bit "I have fol',1,1
r :fairly danced for Joy. Day by day 'the never doubted
k' + Mrs. Skinner-- assisted by Miss to whom ber hand had been long prpm- i Christ would not have loved the rare 'ter things of me that I could not be- good sister here you, as "
Unid.) 'unrolled and whitened and will tell
grew
Elizabeth Aultman hostesses lieve In the religion you
were
they proteBBed.But' ,
orchids and the hot-house better sides, know "
palms
'Waxlike. At last Its golden heart bedo' Ised.Too you 'It la Faster
and had I
arranged. this entertaining felt I must tell sorrow morning.
dutiful to refuse to my to
obey the than the field daisies and the nodding Don't
to show. Its beauty more you hear t the bells
Jgan grew ; : I over there
program someone or should
commands of her father too 'die. And so Icome .j
loving to daffodils'and the ', arbutus.
and more, and her mother told her she Voice, Shubert's Serenade, Mrs. hy to who ringing out the proclamation 'I am
be you are
untrue to ber always gentle
own heart, she knew Trim your churches with an tocolor the
I' could send It to the church on-Kaster.Sunday' Burroughes, accompanied by Miss eye and kind. resurrection and the life and who
bot what to do, so going out Jnto the and a sense of grouping and soever ,r
; believeth
'stand the Louise Thomason. ,
l right by Hide of on me, though he' .
Reading The Daughter's Sacrifice mountains she prayed, to heaven for above"all, the spirit of love In your "You did right. Marie and I will do dead, shall were '
yet
r (the pulpit j the ladles were always glad lie live again I believe tr\
deliverance and the all I can to help'you. Ab the
godswho hear heart. ; tears
b Miss Lenroe Fortner.. In '
you, and
to have lilies to decorate with at here! '
.):aster. Reading The Children Hour. -Lit the prayers of those'who trust,changedher And your church home; blessed by "the bitters tears that love has wrung She gave him her hands you. are '. ,
,, Anna thought how tle Eleanor Burroughes. into a tall II". with petals white God's flowers, cannot fall to be beautiful lions confiding hearts. But who shall they stood For a moment '"
proud she should The Old Oaken; Bucket led-by Mrs. as her fair skin and golden pistil that and simple and revE'rellt.-Ilar- say that unselfish devotion end sacrifice other's looking' Into each ;.
4 -t>e' to have her lily so bonored.'Frlda7'before Burroughes and< sung by the audience hone as bad her flawing tresses garet B. Sangster, Jr. In the Christian In the manner of love shall find walking eyes. Then 'with the sister '. .,1 1
Easter came and the was interrupted, quite effectively Years passed and Pllnl wandered Herald harsh :Judgment In the eyes o'f him who with bowed head before' them ',
ladies were busy putting up evergreensIn by Mr Skinner, who told of the Long bWJ -" taught us love Is the greatest of all they entered the door of the churcb. 11""
>> the; church nnd.arranglng designs Handled Dipped Which Hangs by the I (Copyright, Dally Story Publlahlnlr'm_ Co.\_... ". '
for flowers\ and the singers practicing Sinfi.! WORK ON SHORT CUT ROADIS Orlando Sentinel I Fred Bass the -I "

their anthems- and Anna -living Just German dialect sketches wens .given PROGRESSING' RAPIDLY big boy from. Kissimmee was in the TAKES OFF DANDRUFF. r ... a
mcroM the',street, was 'as Interested3n by Mrs. Skinner. ,- city yesterday for a shave haircut HAIR I, if not remedied J ,:'''''}
STOPS causes the hal !
Song Sing Me to Mrs. Bur- FALLING 'roots
the beautiful preparations as they -- -Sleep. Supt.. L. R. Farmer who has charge While getting his features .scraped ,- I to shrink,' loosen and die-then the. ,{
., :But Aunt Anna; whose Inqulslte 'taste roughcs..... of the putting in the abort cut road, ho eulogized! himself by' declaring that Save'Your Hairt IGet a 25 cent bottleof hair falls out fast. A little Danderine .._. "1,pi
;was always !demand, had brought! W. T., Goodyear, a pleasant youn bridge and fill across the head of Lake it Danderlne' right new tonijfht: -now-any time-will surely
was a good thing he wasn't at the -Also i
Xlllle to stay with her, and the, was man who hails from Kissimmee, spent .Tohopekaliga reports' ,that work is stop itching, scalp. save your hair. ''
::better ctlll. II couple of>days in the city the first progressing' rapidjy, end that within Central Florida Highway Associa _, I. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's' :
"Oh, mamma". she said, when 'they of the week looking over the "3<"br
here| called In to tea. !'I -was '"most Pharmacy. Rumor has 'it[ that' Mr. work on the fill and bridge. Rights of convention to go to,- and that Os- hair is mute evidence of a neglected scraggy of surely it if can have beautiful hair and lots .'<;,
Goodyear is well ] with for the entire baa ceola would itself you will just j
heratyIlly.ghe: pleased Scoring way route now been voluntarily cut off scalp' of dandrull'-tbat awful try a little Dan.,
tempted to give put and may become a citizen here. This secured,' a telegram being received from all others' and form a DixlsIIIgbw.y liver is.nothing to destructive scurf. dejine., Save your, hair! ,Try itl!, :'.
nip her'' hand: and slid so cunning: gentleman ,Ia. an old friend flf n.-F, this week from Colonel Barbed to all by'itself. Fred is a big the hair as dandruff. ,It robs the hair to
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(" nna'baby wantee''' pr"ty TowerI' Taylor, manager;'of' the gents' fujh- the effect'that' he was willingto do fellow and had on the talkingest of its lustre, its< strength ni.d Its Job printing of many kind if done,

v, old her aha should bare It after ...... .<,*.Taylor..Brothers.tS.b7g .- anything. his power-to insure this. shirt yesterday that we hava",seen for life, eventuallyproducing a. :fenrfah/very j and done Veil 'at.,, the office of the

".; wter." White Way. Sissy improvement many a day, ,Come ag'in, Fyed.V..I ,ness and itchfyg, of. the, scalp which. / Valley! .Gazette. .J
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1917'r FIVE


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Good. Roads Bond, ,Election .Farm Loan, Association Will Have




I' To Be Called.. .. For. In June Very Important Session SaturdayAn I The Favorite Store of Kitfimmee I


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t. .t U'OoOoOo+O O.Ho. Includlnr bridges fo be about 01\.0011. Important m4I..tlnof. the Klsslmme provides' that any portion . ', t t'All brldttes shall na constructed .. Farm Loan Association will beheld principal can. b. paid at any data afternyc
i. Bonding election for good roads where required of Ironteement or tomorrow morning at the City years. '
FURNITUREWE ? .
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; wood. or either or all of said materials, '
1! >Ito b. called by County Com mi. Council Chamber This-la an adjourneds'amion i Amortisation Table
d alonera.. <0> and of suffIcient spun to meet the requirements from last: week and It la ex |
I, Petition presented to' Board of the locality! aa decided. peeled that everything will b* In read- The following table shows the pay-
> miik Inn request for an Issue o( anon by the engineer, In charge o' the ness. in order to got down to actual mints required annually to wipe out
i "
MOO.OOO.( work. ualhesa. rr<'aidant Millar has re- interest. ....
and principal on a ".000 loan
Will be for Districts ZJos.f 1and Hoapllsl Matter Tar.... n.... utsled that all members ai well a. In from 10 to 40 yenu at flve par cent. '
f; !. Oo< H. 10. Hwabey appeared before. theroinmlsslofiers those who, desire. to ansoclat them-
i I vt It Ion laid over for required .. < with a petition. signed elves with the movement be on hand Years .' ( per .....nt.I .

> thirty da>'''. when rail Is to.be I.- <- bv a large number of taxpayers. ...k.. with the local association': 6 -?"--.-.- J----_____.______1129(} I HAVE IT !
Infor the acquirement by the coun.i of '
aued 00< The following explanation the 16 ._ '
;
Head to Polk county UnaLouuhmnn of certain properly now owned by Federal. Loan System will be of Int...- .0 .....I .
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( ) flrat to be completed A. Drought, upon which to erect a I contemplating afflllatlpg *6
:-AOt.nr:1 --i----------------- ---------
t ; also paving east to canalon county hospital citing that "If this association: SO _. 'HI"The !
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road. to St. Cloud. prop..rty.be purchased with the present' "The system has been organised to S( ? r.-
4. .
i' -- -? ----- ----
beautiful ------- --
house grove of natural tr..1He. ,
Work to be don. by county enable operatingfarmera actually en* 40 -------------------a---------
ronvlcls, under supervision ofBupt .. would make a delightful park and' Kiiuo'l 1 In cultivating lands, to eecuremoney .

k 1.. R. "Farmer should bonds hospital property which would be a : for the purpose of Improving borrower can fix the time he IB conaectioa with ear Hardware. Co. we a ceewpleU \ I
i carry. Roada to ba nine feet wld.j .. permanent asset and Joy forever to heir. methods and Increasing their wants ,hla loan to run and this fixes. tarry '
except. that part of. road to our people." The request was. further. yields. It I. distinctly without political the amount he must pay every year In, Kae of furniture.. W. aaak* a specialty of atfittiaf hosae, sad
f. I..u_hman extending: from city I made that A committee be appointedto Influences. 'No loan/ the law Itself order to, pay It or, both principal and
F'. limits to a point where public I make an Investigation of the matter says, "'shall ba made to any person Interest. He cannot fix the rat. of In Valid] reliable
1 road crosses A. C. L. right of way and. report back to tha board. The who Is not at ;the time shortly to be. terest for 'this la' determined by the j
at Fair Orounds, which shall bec' members expressed thvmselves as be. come engaged In the, cultivation of rate of Interest which the federal land ,
.,. sixteen feet In width. .,. log In favor of the hospital proposition, the farm mortgaged,' Borrowers must bank must pay In order to ....1U.\ '
L ". .,. To ba bulH of brick or asphalt. ;, but as there are no available funds at "a the men who are operating their bonds, Bed Room Furniture Dining :
t .:. block this particular time, the matter was farms with either themselves or 'with 'If the rate of Interest which .
... desiring to take hart In .passed Indefinitely.. hired >be residents. the '
d Those help. They muat of borrower must la C
pay cent and
per Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
+ the. bonding election must pay i C'..Utsevers1 Oer Blasts! MeaeyRepresentatives the territory In which their farm la the borrower says he want. SO (years -
1 .> their poll tax between this time of the Kissimmee orated. A man living In one state and In which to pay oft hla then. ,

,,1 J 4> and the second Saturday In May. City Bland were before ,the colons witha owning a farm five or six hundred the above table tells .mortgage Jhjm Tie roustpsy Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
the election will be hold some t.lt miles will be considered eligible '
'L, j. as request that the organization be away not ISO.14 every year on each $1.000 he ,
.*. time during the month of June. + \given the funda aaalgned to them some for membership. A farm owner horro..... He will pay proportionately. .
: months ago by the commissioners. who has on his farm a share tenant. for n-stnnllrr or larger. amount. Couches Etc.
it : They cited a misunderstanding as to can probably secure a*' loan through "If ha wants his mortgage for ".0'0
_ the resolution appearing on the minutes the system provided he aharea In the to ,run for 40 years. then the table
of the board. In which the band roflt and losses A man living In shows him, under the same Interest '

: The announcement made at the rf.oont month. If "they played at the Oaceola town or In the country owning one or rate, that he must pay $58.IS annu-
.. to ret a certain sum of more farms, which ha lets out for rent all)'. '
of the Central Florida money perCounty" ofkclpiaf
meetlna fbii stars b snaking a record for itself b . MatUr .
at much
, r Highway Association hv the deleiiatits. Fair free of charge for a perlqdof. ao per acre cannot borrow onsuch .It should be remembered aa pre .

. t .from Osceola county, that roadwork In .four day. .-Qua Smith Informed 'Tha farms Interest through. rate! la this five organisation.' viously stated that no matter what people to outfit .41.... COM aid see.. Oar prices- arc.
this section, would commence within t the Hoard that he was unaware of this per cent. A term the borrower fixes at the begin. .
ninety dAY.. will not be missed bv atreat feature the resolution and had acted loan made for a period of 18 years cane ning for his mortgage to run. he has rigfct
margin according to the action with the band with that understandIn > paid off by adding one per cent p.rannum the privilege of paying It off at any
? which( was' taken toy the Board of l Mr. Thomas representing; the to the ,Interest rate. The law Interest period In whole or In part." .. -
; Kalr. Association informed the Com ----------------- -- -
County Commissioners. Monday at the ..
$ roqu-st of .the apeclal Board of Trade mlssUinfrs-that. ; the minutes of the

." "=Vn""l signed tlve. flcnator by t t>the,tliroUBlitheir C.required A. Carson.number,.,jreprrs A petition of 'nta tax;, plar"hat Board'the.rt showed-the-Kalr-f said. band.that?had...*the"'.refused>*band.Thargre: to waR;and play to MEASURES[ OF, INTEREST .TO CATTLEMEN TO BE PUT BEFORE[ [ '- '. TOOLS....FOR ENGINEERS: .



for:payer. was Koorl. presented asklna roats'n' : for and Districts a bondlnic accepted.Mos election. 1"bl. and gratis$125. now and. and he expenses the felt Association that. for the their Commissioners paid services them-, ST LEGISLATURE( [ .BY REPRESENTATIVE[ [ [ FROM OSCEOLA? CO. Mo matter wkat l k*>d of a* Ea.... yea kaT-CBS Steam,

could '
hardly grant
will lay over the necessary thirty day. a portion of .
when the ,call for a 1100.000 bonding the. .resolution, _a. the band had failed -, I > Railroad Stationary !**.-w. hare exactly the Took jro*

.t election will be made. and a. It Is be* i in their part of the agreement. The 1a.nd cod fa . work' Wrack Hasusen Oikws ;
ett
10 .,.. **
'
.I' f lleved that the bonds will earr..aPno resolution was read by Clerk Overmre.t A'BILL, TO BE .ENTITLED, description of unmarked your .1' ,
all
.. .. obstacles are expected to be placed' fn and. contained the proviso to An Act Relative to the Appointment cattle'0 .I all of Ike. best quality aad weriraajukl., and at prices thai wfl
the "
. effect ,
.. the Central that a certain amount was to It shall
the .aYl.the deteicatea to of Inspectors of Marka and Brands of also be the duty of enctTand '
Florida Highway Association In' KIs- I wo to the band each. month ,If they Cattle and Hoga. every Inspector. ao appointed. to inspect surprise. ,o l. This store len the repntatie* of' kauduuf oalykardwaro
almmre In Jun. will realize that Osce "played. at the Fair free of charge Be It Cnacted by the the marks-and ..
t Legislature of brands of the hides of that is of .uJitrwill make .
The
superior .
I' . ola county has ffone to work and will question then arose, a. to how the State of Florida. beef or marks of hog's butchered In M'

4 ': complete.* that much-talked of "ten that, objecting Mr. Smith I: clausegot Into the minutes Section. It shall be the duty of the each cattle. district and shall keep a take b comiaf. here NOW and iapectiag our Uf stock.
miles, which was unsuccessfully used : l expressinghimself as County Commissioners of each countyn complete record of all such marks and
at the. recent. convention In Orlando asS 'einpi almost certain that the ncontal".d i this state wherein there are Five brands of cattle or marks of hog., and -,
i S j an excuse In change the nixie Highway no such. proviso. Bx-Chalr. Thousand (6,000)) or more head. of eat. the names of the ,Person or persons
route thereby hoping to eliminate I session man Lesley appeared at the afternoon t Lie. aa shown by the last state census, butcheringsaid cattle or hogs, or offering .'
\" Oncroln Orannn and a part of Uakfecounty stated that the resolution was t o lay out their respective countiesnto them for sale: said Inspection of
'._ There Is every reason. to believe . on the minutes a. per Instruction of I districts to ba known aa cattle marks and brands shall be made at the
.,' that work will have commenced the old Board of Commissioners. ; that districts and each cattle district shall time said beef or hogs are offered for Osceola ,Hardware
\ on the good road. program .. outlined.Immediately everythinghad been done In open be t entided. to two cattle Inapectora tot sale, and not afterwards Company'-
j after all l-Kal.I require favor Board of meetingand while he was In be t appointed by the Governor. upon Kach and every Inspector shall file
d" .1'; mentt have been met. and the "con givingthe band everything the recommendation of the ,County a full report 2f his work each month
, nectlnjt link" will have been comiiKtdby possible and aa murh as could be done, I Commlasloners, who shall also recom. with the board of county commission
10.//' the approach of the next tourist the minutes were plain-and correct on mend tha appointment by the governor ers, to be recorded. by the clerk of the
this
,:f season, I If not before. point. Mora discussion followed of one Inspector at every. cattle shipping circuit court.
,
t and the colons appeared to be 'up a on the railroad Section 4. It shall also
Th special Board of Trade committee tree;" the result. pen and every be the -duty
\I J composed of some of the mo.tprnmivicn was passed for was the controversy ahlpplng: port from which cattle areahlpped ot each and every Inspector. appointed -
j taxpayer. of the ...,unly; further consideration. within. their respective coun I according; to the provisions of the fore .
J. A. TROVILLlON M. D.Special .. '
J''1 have been at work on this matter for Hills were received from several parties U".t and all of said cattle Inspectors goingSections' where slaughtered beef J W. THOMPSON ..
some time. It waa hoped that a In the matter of taking the moss I be experta In taking and record. or hogs are not offered for sale, but Attention to .
.1; county-wide bond Issue could have r.. from the trees on the courthouse Ing marks and brands of cattle andmen where such beef or hogs may be CANCER, GOITRE TUMORS and
' suited but obstaclea. along this line. grounds. These. ranged from $148 to of known Integrity and shall not slaughtered for, common consumption DISEASES OF TilE SKIN. '
:,,1 t came up. It being reported that some UP' and. after. some discussion all of be allowed to appoint deputlea.Hectlon to. ..like.a record ot the marks and
1'1 of tha bls land companies. In thef' thirn were rejected S. In every. county In the all such slaughtered beef and Orlando Office-Boardman Building! Funeral DirectorAND
county would object to a bond Issue. Other. matters of minor Importance tate wherein there are lees than Five the mark. of all such slaughtered hogs Stoll a.m.Winter .
', which called for more than 1100.000The enme up for consideration the board Thousand. <5.000< cattle as shown by In the same manner aa provided In Park Office 3 to4 and 0
i! adjourned early the last state census. the the preceding acetlont:
district bonding was' then agreed Monday afternoon County Com and shall file a "'
, upon and at a meeting held last Huturdav. mlsaloners. of each such county are report thereof .. provided In the pre. to 8 p. m. sepl'6mo pd

and. another. session. before the hereby empowered, at their discretion, ia.l.n1.s* l.<"1?' and 'It shall be thaa
.meeting of the Commissioners. this except In counties where a majority of duty an.nd all percons. dealr
1 course was finally decided. upon. [OKEEC"OBEfITEMS the stock owner. may petition for a dl_ tog to kill such beet or hogs to 'notlty -LICENSED MBALMR
Senator. C. A. .. beforethe . l vision of the county Into cattle districts such In.pector. 'LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATIJAW
Board and ."pl.ln..4"the and .when In such cases they may berequired Section 8. All law -or parts of laws
past to do In conflict with provisions
so, to Slay out their respective the of this
. : present efforts. on the part of the people counties Into districts to be Act b. and the .ame ar and Chapel Stewart Lie
hereby Store
'.} ; of Osceola county to get the Divle J. H. Baas made'a fl)1na; trip .to .Klsslmrne known aa cattle districts and each cat pealed .re- 'C ,

I ,.' Highway through this section. : told of Saturday evening tie district shall be entitled to''twocattle .S.ctlon ..' This Act shall take effect C WaringBuilding. Klaslmmee, .-sa.
. the recent efforts at the onl""o: nietInr B. A. Guy Inspectors to' be Immediately. "a
S ; our county commissioner appointed. by upon passage and, ap.
the route work
4 to chance ,is preparing to build a road 1'.1'.11.1 'h.gov..nor.. upon th. recommendation proval by the Governor or upon It.
done the representatives from Osceola .
by with the railroad from akosee. to Ni'| of the county commlasloners.. who becoming a law without auch approval
the activity In the matter ,of
'i' : taw shall also
bv of recommend the
: .- way Kenanavllle. When this appointment
reeds of the commercial body -
good :
road 'is by the of '
completed gvoernor on.
It Inspector
will at
1. the bonding of districts No. add a great ,X BILL TO
augSTP'Sted deal to the every cattle ahlpplng the BE ENTITLED W, B. Crawford Lee JarreU
many needed road pen on railroad .
I I and X for 1100.000 which would keep Improve An Act to Amend Section 1348. den. ALAN J. MacDONOUGH.
menta In ,
1' down possible attack from land com this part of the county. which a.tr.ver.t'll; :::: within port, their from;; eral Statutes ot the State of Fi.rlda, CRAWFORD A JARRELLATTORNEYS.ATLAW

panl'a.' QV c nwer.u.fnor aa being I paJrttyl.ol'.r: ';.t.o. that'. on April Srd a respective counties and all of said cat- Relating "Offering For Sale Plaugliterad Registered ArchitectAND .
, I in of amountand will leave Min He Inspectors shalI'b.i H..f or Hogs Without Exhibiting
neapolis led by C. Mortenaen experts in tak Batne ,
no more. The Senator believed to look For In.p..ctlon.
that the amount specified would complete over the Okeechobee section. with a and'ng and men of recording known Integrity marks and and brand.shall Be It Enacted by the Legislature of 'ENGINEER .Offices: 4. 5. 6, and 7 Citizen
the pavingto the Polk' county view to engaging ln farming, stock not be allowed the State of Florida I Bank Bull41n .'
L line and the route eaat to canal on I raising and dairying.Jack to appoint deputlea.Th Section. That Section 3341 of the BRONSON BLDG._KI3SIMMHB.PL.FOR .\.. .,
road to St. Cloud, In the event that the Clinton has s new. automobile term of office of said Inspector, n..neral Statutes of the mate of Flor. Kissimmee: Florida '

convicts, be used on the work under and his family will leave 'here shall be for four (4) yearsSection Ida be and the same la h.reby.am.nded t I '
the aupervlalon of the road .uperln- e.ra"yd lat for Colorado and will 1. It shall be th.,duty of .o as to read aa follows: ---"

I tendent. Mr. Farmer the use of the make the entire trip by auto.PORX each and. every Inspector appointed by 3841. Offeringfor sale alaughtered .t' , 1 j :
1t convicts, to be paid for out of the bondIng Bill has the governor to In.pect the marks and beef. or hogs without exhibiting same DR.'W. W.' CARSON :
: bpusrht Cant Knights brands of all cattle driven from for
i" money, If these carry, and that motorboat or inspection Any person who shell
and will Install a U horse. through or shipped from their FREMTRooms
such action would not hinder or disturb respec ore..r for w"al any slaughtered beef DENTIST
3t\ road work In the districts' now irlr power.. In Fairbanks the & Morse marine en. tive counties or districts, when notified hogs without.? at the time of the dellv or

b .\ contemplated or In progress and the' fastest. boat same and expects to have of or cognisant of such facts, andah.1I cry ltr' such beef or hoga. ex unfurnished l and furnished Office over Filler BuildIng ,
on the lake. l
j, would insure the completion of the keep a suitable book for that and subjt'ctlng'tft'r: .
trunk line of the. Dixie Highway. He Mr. and Mra George F. Parker of purpose to he furnished by the County Th. hides containing the Inspection. Houses unfurnished and furnished. Office Hours: S-IS. 1-S ,
,
Kissimmee arrived In Commissioners for the of unmutllate Also city properties farms, citrus Offloe Phone IIS Realdenca 'PIa_. ISj
' f then presented the petition signed b) town Saturday. purpose ears of each and every beef and the ,
.)1 a lance number of taxpayera, asklnK for a few dava. They. have rented the taking and recording all marks. and I head without the unmutllated ears of trucking- and grazing: lands Ier sale. Oas Administered for Extraotloa OIl
rooms OVer the bank brand. of all cattle taken. by Teeth
and them. and .
:l. that the bonding election for tIle district will move to SRCili.ndK.evfrJr how ." offered for sale.
. mentioned. ba called. this city by the middle of next month description of unmarked cattle driven mutilate such
Mr. trkpj I. a well-known attorney of from through or shipped from their for such Inspection. shall be ear or ears. TIU:: [ELITE[ REALTY[ PARLORMRS.
iy Tlie matter was discussed by themembers ?' and will greatly assist In respective.. counties. or districts, and punished I
form ? exceeding One Hundrec Q, F. KRIBBn W. :. 3TXBD)
(" of the hoard questions were intt' a new 1 In this section shall set forth In the record the name' ..0110'0Orinl; ;
which Ouymovd.
J.: I askeri after attOrney, well here and we n rhnmea,of the person or persona p exceeding ( ) Days. KRIBBS & STEED.ATTORNEYS .
f seconded by CommissionerWalker gladly welcome Mr. and Mrs drlvlnir or shipping such cattle and the' Section SI"'rl .
Parker 2. laws
to 207 Bass St. Bra k. N. KissimmeeTwo
'J that the county convlota henubloosed this city. They. left here Tuesday for dates theieof, I Unch inspector shall herequired In conflict with and parts of law a I cor. I AT LAW '
the
provisions of this blocks north of Christian church.Pat .
. far the 'pnvlnic work. and
.' home and will return to furnish each and A..I 10. '
every person
by April 15. and '
. that the. Board assures Itself that the. R.. E so driving, or shipping cattle fromor peillQl I the'sanie are hereby re,. Legal business of all kinds gives ,
of
Fort
heat possible material he used The 'petition i MM-ouj-hlln Drum is through their -
.
respective
was received. will tskw. It. pron- In the city looking over the prospect of dlHtricts a certificate whichhall countlennnd l]I i JJect.on.' ?. This Act shall take PfTi-c r prompt attention.Of 'it

- ", .er course and the Commissioners will getting now a telephone franchise and Is act forth: th<- number of nullso Inspected Immediately.ro\al |> the upon its passage and. au- I flees. 11 and II State Bank Bids.

roll an with election the expectation at .their meeting of havlnirthe In the city ready council to do ran business get together OB Boon and n" tha mnrk or marks and brand,, [becoming y a law Governor without such or appi-ovnl upon It..a Johnston O. P. Garret KisslnmeeFlorida,
May,
Kranl the franchise Mr. )).ouirhlln .. --- ---- - :. JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW I
election Held during the rnnnth nf - -- ------ : !
.. .
Jun Tt was. also! susrveated that the .11. a number of orange groves and I Ia I.... I I
.
public be notified rough the. press. become large cattle. owner. He expects to: OKEECHOBEE SECTION ]I Piles Cured In 6 to U Days
a resident of this
city. AFTER
that the payment of poll taxes In Draper
n n. McCarthy has Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizens Ban i Tonr druggist will refund money If TAtO
. time I. necessary for persons deslr1ns rented the old ,i I.Us of
OINTMENT to
.' Cl ; to participate In the bonding election ALL OF r Building'I I Blcedlnc or etoUOa
and In ,
movIng In the HER I
" I % These can be paid from row on goods this week, OWN The first application glres liasa cud KcsU Ma
: Ilia Kissimmee. Fla.
stock
upland, Including the second Saturday will be Rreatlv increased hvrcc'rt .
:' In Nay. purchases and he has one of th. .
' According to the netltlon on III... the: prettiest atorea In town Added to this 1:
I following road work la to be accom- fact. Mr. McCarthy la a hustler from C. A. tARS N. President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.

o I Hstid: 'The road known a. the Pamn-' Huttlervllle. and we are no reason why There has been talk about the'form m"etnlK a.nd.ttend.. hut we hope .
they '
. bell Station over Lousrhman road extending he should not have greatly Increased ation of from the corporate limits sales \\'. hope for his success In the be as tho county seat and tal. tale chobee county Just the and Okee.
the town of, Klaslmmea City to tea new location.At taKt'n on some shape. The nmttor In tube the same. The Waters & Carson

Polk county line and. running; th'oueii its next .'..Ion. the 'legislature taken. before tho .Legislature, and tJrAfi'.tr tf'i c **meeting. Harrow was called to or- ,
.
was elected
.. the town of Campbell aald road ex, will he asked to establish. a. law for a the people from tho section. where the chairman : J H. Atklnsen.
tending through Sections 2fl 11 an<* 32,, closed HshlnK season In Iak? Okeecho. now county la to be created txpfct the man: T. B. Owens, vice chair
. township 25 south range I* east: Rec- bee during months of June. July and n.ennuie to g-c through without tr<.ub'e.- Nelson treasurer. secretary and J.V.
tlo... 1. 2 and S of townahlp 26 aouth.ranre .' August. The movement will have, the ;.'l1e proposed bout: try Is to Le made .
"' 18 eaat. : Hectlons, 32. 13. 31. support Lake Okeechobee Hah up! of the eastern portion of IeMotosouthern I bV"Those present listened to remarks.
- - township 26_south._ranfre 28 east and I dealers :hothea that conservation portion of Osceola (about 46mllfsir"western slmmee Attorney George F. Parker of KIs Grocery Company
\ Rectlona 5 and 4,. township 26 south, f IK seouypp - --- -- boundary of Ht, Lode who -will be a resident ot 4
ranre S8 east. of the supply requires protection dur and the northeastern part of Dade I Okeechobee In a few daya His ...
..' "Also one mile more or lea,. on the In I tie spawning; period A closed season county. A macs meeting of the taxpixyois '- was full of the boosting spirit' and hillw..i '
Klsilmmee-ft Cloud road beginning of three months will tend greatly of Okeechobee. section was held "M0".0' the points he made ,,
at a 'point' where the hard-surfacing; on a to conserve this great Industry. lost week when subscriptions were. Jn'oyed. . speech was thoroughly Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES '
said I road will atop after the completion BUamer LIlli. with several taken rp) and ,conslderabla money was ,
of the. contract which ha. already crates. of vegetables on board hundred after a rnlneil for the preliminary expenses Incident abort lrrmt to Mr. Parker for a
been let for approximately four milesof hard Sight to the movement. The following subscriptions were called
\ i'.. road.. It being tha intention tocomplete night on account to get of up low the water river caused las. from the laat Issue ef. the OkeechobeeCall for the to mov"ment.defray the Two.necessary expenses of .4
the Campbell Station and I tells of the movement on foot: hundred dollars
.
by ,
Lousjhman ..oad'lIr..t. and to afterwardstisn a strong north wind had to dock allot were laid 0.... the table which
. funds the produce because the conductor 'Something over two weeks ago the a good amount wa con.Ider -
what mav remain hand I considering It
on
'. Ci..immee-St. failed. to give them a car and pull I It organization of a new county was sri unexpected call. was
for the Cloud road."The
above described. road. jut this morning. Such. business will sprung on to the cltlaena. of this locality "A good delegation.; from Fort Drum'w. I
to
' ,.. are pause all produce to be shipped elae and Monday evening this week .. In attendanoa.'Th.y;
wid.
nlna feet ,
. except that part of numbered: F.
.
where unless held
a change I. made Imm..d.lately a mass meetingwaa in movie hall.
the road to Lousrhman from H. T- flrown J' 1.
extending M
Lee 3.
, /' a the city limits of Klsalmmee to a point to get stuff off when received.A clvlo"The league audience and ladles waR mostly of the. men town the did Park.'r'Those! J. L, Anderson. . . . . . .OO. . . . . . . ,
t \ from .
where the public road crosses the Atlantic Passenger p
not ,seem to catch the spirit' of the Plerc.v.. wereHoc .
valuable Wllllarns.v..
r. Coast Line Railroads right of dressing for flesh wounds. Alderman."
---- -------- ---------- -- SELL WE BUY .
' : way at the west of the County burns, scalds old sores rash hated -"-- WE
1 Fair Orounds. lc..n road shall be sixteen skit' Is Ballard's Snow I J.
feet wide; roads to be hard-sur. Is Both healing and :. rcntprl : WONDERFUL STUFF! the corns or calluses! but 5 .
1 faced with. bricks, or aaphalt block 2ltt,, tOo and $1.00 per bottle.. Bold by LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS! shrivels DAY.
1.1' ';", ,and the estimated cost for such roads, Osceola Pharmacy them without even irritating: the sur, HIDES ;..

rounding skin. GRAIN .
""I '", -
'
..
-- ------ - - - -- --- - -- -- -- -- -'-- .
' -f ; Apply' a Few< Drops; Then Lift Corns Just think No paint at all; no, .. FURS 'I' .

or Calluse* Off With FingersNo soreness or smarting when applying it FERTILIZERS 4. ,. ' ,.,a

Pain or afterwards. If your druggist- don', 4. WOOL : .
Plant "
Peanuts---Supply'Scarce ,have freezone have him SHINGLES .
No humbug! Any corn, whether order Zt:: fOTyou. .
"'a .
Ii 4 R.. B Bs hard, soft or between the toes will 4. 0 AND 'J*r I

Whit. Spanish, One Crop.w; __..___________._____________11.76 fl 6B loosen right and lift out without a ORANGE BOXES. 5 '
North Carolina. Vwo Crop...._____,??__. _,._____.__.._.?? 1.75 185Extra up ALL v .
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I1i, ,. Early Kings Cotton Peed,,*,,.-----,-----..,.--.,_-..,--- 2.00 1.DOHosnosk particle of pain or sorene Wanted wood-cutters; steady work; 4 ORANGE WRAPS . ' :. I
) See. Island Cotton Seed---------------------------. C.BO ton- This druf-is called freezone and I.a is $1.00 per cord. For particulars write ,

Ploomfleld's "77" Jlushel. Prolific Flint Seed! Corn,-________ 2.SO 1 IK compound of ether discovered by a W. R. Melller. Fulford. Fla. 4. COUNTRY.
F. SELECTED Tom Watson Melon Seed ... ___________Ito Ib, BOo In K-lb lots -0 VEGETABLE; CRATES + 0 ,

rt Racleaned Beggar Weed 8a.d-..-__..__ _-,..._..__ZOo Ib, .60 In 5-lb lot.I Cincinnati nan. PRODUCE
Sudan Oraas Seed..i..J.-:: -----___. .__..KOc Ib, 45o In i-lb lots Ask at any 'drag.store for a small '
Natal Grass Seed--C-____.;........_.?_.--... .....400 Ib, ISO In 6-lb lots bottle of freezone which will cost but Wbooerrer You Need Oeoeral Ttale CRATE NAILS 't
espedesa or Japan Clo er.......__.._ ___?.._-IOo( Ib, IBo In (-Ib lots : .
I 100 Day Velvet Be.-xn.._..'_*._._...___.;.. ........'t.71 bu. | .70 In t-Bu lots a trifle but is sufficient to rid' one'sfeet Take Qrovo'aThe .. . . . .OO.O. ,'. . . 4 . . . ;

Chinese Velvet Bean........._____....... .... I.00 bu, l.SO In -Bu lots or'every corn or callus. Old' Standard Grore's Tasteless! '

I,'. All kinds Bomhums and Millets.. Yellow and Whit. Dent Bead Pat a few drops directly upon- any clilll Tonia U equally valuable as a We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. .

:: ro oj' : 'Corn.andiron Maryland Cow r.White.&.. Ask. Hickory'KingHastings for prices In large,lots.Prolific Writ etc.,.r.Ceosplete Brabham tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly General Tonic because it ooatalne the Wi give special attention to fitting; out hunting and camping parties.Free .,

:r. [:."1.sn.a. ; the soreness disappears and shortly! well known tonic properties QUININE, delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. .' -, _
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the corn or callus iiwill/ loosen and can and IRON., It acts on the UDri_ 'II' .

Bloomfield Nunerjr & Seed Co., MonUceJIo, Florida be lifted off with 'the fingers. oat Malaria, .Bf rtcbea the Blood and We are county agents //or good fut lizcrAak us for circular and.pncas

: S This drug freecone doosh't eat out i Battds np the-\V.joU Sjrvtcinu 30 ccata.: .N fertilizers., I I '

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.... 'six ..... THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GXZETTE, FRIDAY. APRIL, 6, 1917

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:11th. VALLEY GAZETTE { LEGISLATIVE MILL IS Classified Advertisements:

KISSIMMEE .. ttlitrr, .nr,. lr,1urrrrtiun''ubbutll GRINDING ALONG BRISKLY United States'Senate .

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*' ....n..e. Bverr ""rI.... War FOR BALE
for
.Mir* $. Valley Or.etla a.II...., K......... KUHds exquisite (Continued from Page One) Resolves We sell the t I In the garden was beauty and sweetness un purchaser. 40 acres Improved, only
AUNBW. Ow.. .. successes, He had been writing; letter *26.0(1 per acre Special snap Time
VANS .
W. B. IIAHRIS . IB. B. alloyed. Sin entered and everything was blighted. Conditions ,
various . half If desired o Q J
tu the county officer ...... passed fcr on '
reselaUeasi
P.1I0f\IT&. Keller.: Wee
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MAX .I...... 1LMBeR became unbearably awful: Then Love shone in... whom h. had discovered were slack In ... 1. II. seine WrdHesdar. leifet 80 acres fenced four and mile cross from fenced Kissimmee. ; good. -".' I".".

.. Jehovah made provision for redemption in the git of the performance of their public duties, .by. ibe a vote)!....f*.N3 where<. *. debate It saw..goes... all bearing grove he.rly.llv. acres: only' :

Foe God loved the world that he reminding them Of their short comlnrcsand ...... sad will one block from railway station
Hit
ton. so save Hn gently hinting that If they were .< iw .elerk this m* 'sell." Some one wilL:
........ ..!! .e.l.m Is t.kes. ...- Owner say
satisfied with their present Jobs and not
Why you'80m.
only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Hint should mtarm .be east .... sjegsttvo v..es pick this plum.
wanted to office they had betterdlscharice farms to deal for
Missouri
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not periih, but nave everlasting life. In the fullness of : :.rrl dutle' !The result he ores uro.... ftertb n......' t.arollette. .-. I Florida good property. Come, 'see us, 01"I
.. .. t.rrtsebr..k. I
"l r. l
time Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea. The whole loose found method wa. a general all along tightening the line. ;up thatblind of I...... Orrgeal fl...e. Mluesiril : write u.Vco UKAL.TY can dellvre COMPANY the (&Rood.. ',
.. NELSON
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1 ..._.... MdmUKlppl. *e er
liters were taking; to the tall .1'
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glowed with radiant light.
sky .
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declare
"r< umlirr's Rnhstllwte I
uncut, and certain town. that used to WANTRI--To exchange vacant Iota Ini,
He grew in favor with God and men until he "icliec r -cn16110 worth of liquor per week the e.l..e.ce .f a stale. .f Ar.war 1'lnednle second-hand automeMle..

t O manhood and entered upon His sacrificial life. For three only said the get newspaper flO 'worth were now, silent lov,.B.B Catt the tqo..i Hi.a.<.the shin,HlsblsK br <.erm..* ..otber y was defeated I Mrs 1-ark (Street"I..manl, Tretnont. House,16 104-E'-

ARSfY 0I V years he walked over the hills and plains of Palestine sym tomb on matters of this reached without roll rail.
nevertheless the Information OK RENT-Five-room
SALE
pathizing with all conditions of Sorrow and inspiring the the public and that he wanted It understood HUNT' RKMH.I'TION AHTIIOHI7IMMKPN. FOR house, modern close In; reasonable
gsrgre when public offl<'lals violatedthe MIIHON' TO PKIHM-KUITH Ham Laipfer. 11-t t!
s and lowly with the hope of abundant life. Apply
Pftf: poor oath of offlco their head.* would WAlt A(..AIT C.KHMA. Y
Some believed in him and Were transformed in life drop Into the basket and that If th" Joint resolution declaring that a 'FOR SALE-Ten acres as follows
stick\ .,
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senate saw nt to the heads backon t. nt wnr exists between the Imperial -
and filled with joy. Others blinded by sin failed to re It could do so, but the governor German Uovernment and the govntmnt Lots Nos. 103.104; township '24..
would whack them off attain. iind people of Mie United south of range.28, section 13. Price.
...... ..>.... n....' cognize His messiahship and persecuted Him whereverHe The story was told of a certain sheriff .' States and making provision to prose for sale. Mitchell Eaton., ....
...One Year .*..-.---"'I.OO went.. He endured all this with marvelous patience of a North Florida county who had n't the same $305 quick .....
. One Cop> I Fix Month ..-. ...?......- 1.OuOne been permitting: his oldi uncleto pull "''' r... the'recent act of the Imperial Belle Fourche So. Dakota 14-Zt.:
One COPY. Three Month--. ....---...-.-.-- ,7s and tender companion: on a blir cock tight occasionally. Re. German Government are acts of ,- "'
Copy rentl\ said O, 'U. leathered In about nnyKam" ear iiualnxt the government and p.o. FOR SALE-One-fourth block with '4'1":
our authorized"cor'Nponden The'rage of his enemies grew until it knew no bounds. cocks In preparation for one of ..I'! of the. I'nlted rltates.Reaolved . : ,
All communication except Vrom his peculiar society functions Thesheriff and Houseof small house two squares from
Senate
J and by the
hunted him arrested him
m. wrlt..r.n.j"ct..d They fugitive
he b> as a as a
must
.Inn..d lurned unless called for.Knter heard of It and hurried over to Keprenltlves.of" the United Statest courthouse; on corner 'of Verona
f. m.U.r. w 1 be Criminal. They put him through a mock trial.. and,, con* hlii uiKlxa cock house to tell him that If. America In Congress assembled that. street and Clyde avenue. Apply to
that fight came off he would arrest
( ..d In the Toitofflce 'at Kl *lmmee, Florida, .a* demned film to death. him and ,all of his Invited guests. +'e.xeand her Imperial German Government. 'M. Cosner, 609 Mabbette street.

. ;r i :''gecond.clasR matter Thus was enacted the tragedy of the His enemies mid lock. them up. In explanation of which tins thus been thrust 14.4t
-- agei. h< sudden to law .
i Impulse enforce the upon the. JlTnlKd States Is Jwxt-bv formally (I.
APRIL 6, 1917 gloated over their triumph. His friends, stunned tinsheriff said: ""'hy., It that old foolat declared" and the president. be FARMING is profitable.

--" -_.- and confused with overwhelming grief tenderly laid his mv Tallahassee Job wouliln atould'henr be worth a of russ.that" light and rested i-lie to-\tt' take hereby Immediate authorized steps' dn' lt in Florida. To know'Florida's possibilities -

; ;Wear your colors! body in a new-made tomb. A heavy stone was rolled by' 1..1( These backbone exhibitions are said of the to be Governor's responll only state to of put defense the .country but also In to'a thorough exert all for, live stock and poultry'

'!the tomb and sealed. Armed soldiers were placed on .*. .l.i for movement being'; launched by of Its power and employ! all fntt.* resources I raising, dairying fruit and' truck:
lh" Jacksonville bunch' to pass some tn onrrv on wer , ; Greeting* Mayor Codell! guard to prevent friends from stealing the body. : urlrtlallon to curtail the Kovernor's mperlal German Government and to growing read the Florida Farmer

" It wasthe preparation day before the Sabbath. The The power.trc-rr.or to r..mochll"qlljont seems keen for officials.a scrap bring the. cunllict tu- a suroi'.sful termination and Homcsccker. Six months' trial

"Hang out the Stars and Stripes! women who had lingered by the cross hoping he would I will his thi iI"Jtrmlnntlon.si. <>ppotients,to and has expressed the-case subscription 25 cents. Samrle copy

t : .' rescue himself watched to_see.where. !they"laid him. to the crurt. of public opinion carry., If necea- E111'ERtTS Ml.MeAR FROM' PltI'"ln"'T'IC. ': free Addrel8'Florlda'Farmer and.ItomeseekcrpBox .'

-When-the Sabbath. .. .dawn- ol ear), lie In vinT that the people will sunrnm ... '._ ... houLla.aCCePi,..thegauge / Jacksonville
- -----Art01i-nad17"fort.he-Eutel'"tp.rade;; t.yet* r .:, was pa..edr at-theearly "'" rinn Tia-tnoy' have in tire":tm c.;- .li\V ar no ;- 360,_ ,. .'"
of with this natiiial fox
battle
the first day of the week !the women went to (lie tomb will Mnnv he hfle 1001"It stirring looks as times,thoughthere In" old Tallahnsocu to liberty and shall. It necessary check I Fla. 52-tf ,

welcome and with spices that they might anoint'the body of him the whole force of the nation to ,
The old soldiers,received. a hearty they sweet within the next sixty days.TO ., and nullify Its pretensions and Its pow. '
DWELLINGS for rent -pply to M.
appreciated it. . whom they had loved so ardently, but it was not there. er. \\e are glad now that we see the Tiller. "
*.' STATUTES HRLATIt fact with no veil of false pretense II
r 11K INK
Their sorrow was deepened with the thought that the about them to fight thus for the ultimate .

All Tallahassee is now engaged in the pleasant pastime enemies had stolen his body and ruthlessly carried it away, TO PltAtTICK.OK MEDICINE peace of the world, and for the I I FOR RENT-5-room furnished house
liberation of its people, the German
. and ( Hm about the TALLAHASSEE April 8.-A caucus Included of _' close in $4 per week. E.. E. Wells .
of passing laws. A man appeared they inquired > b.nlv those'lnterested people ; for.the rights na it
of lira of
revision the
dons rrr.atland small; and the prlvelege Insurance and" Real Estate, 104 '
of f'Jesus. statutes regulating the practice of of men everywhere to choose Possiel Ave.j; Phone 242. 7-tf v.
is strawberries at .the rate of The proved to be their beloved friend. -ill-liie In this tate wa held here their way of life and of obedience The .
Plant City shipping: man own this afternoon. A number 9i physicians world must be made- safe for democracy -

27,000, quarts a day. Jesus. He spoke to them in His usual tender affection, senators! and representatives, Its peace must be planted upon FOR SALE-Well established mercantile -
fine newspaperman were present .
H < and bade them not be afraid. He revealed himself to : Dr. Oliver J, Miller city health officer I liberty the trusted" foundations of political I << business. Other business requires .
of Sanford vas present representing owner's time. Box 316, Kis
There never was a better opportunity. to visualize them truly and bade them go and bear the good news to the Florida Medical Association.I selfish simmee. 7tf
did without and with the Miller and his associates. had prepared "We have no ends to serve;
your patriotic loyalty! the Disciples. This they delay: a Mil. which the legislature will w* desire no conquest no dominion;;
I seek no Indemnities for ourselves, TOMATO PLANTS-5.000,000( Livingston
we
I greatest joy. be asked to pass, providing I for a J 'nt
hoard of medical.' examiners upon which no material compensation for the sacrifices Globe now ready $1.25 pet
Apopka Board of Trade goes on record as favoring In !the silent moments of the dawning Jesus had pushed board will he represented.. the several we of shall freely make.. We are :M. here. Grown on new land from
but one the champions of the right
schools of medicine. It will be known
a division of our,fair stain the stone back wrapped the grave clothes in a bundle RS the medical protective act regulating -, of mankind, we shall be satisfied when best seed; guaranteed free from. -e

f'; and put !them aside and stepped forth victor over the the practice of medicine and .urll"'l faith those and rights the have freedom been .of. secure the nation.as the root knot or' blight. J. ..R. Davis,..

Raising any kind of vegetable* will help keep the wolf last enemy of the race-death.. ery.With n single board of examiner ;I can make them. To such a task we.. Bartow, Fla.AUTOMOBILE. .
can dedicate our live and our fortune
way from the door. Get busy! In this act he finished the task of working out redemption there will and be much uniformity less danger of require.menu of corruption *. ever)'thlng that we are and ROAD MAPS 26c-

for the human race 'and brought back hope to a losC' such as was evidenced, by the I Ir..c..nt if everything thoea who that know we have that with the the day pride hasProm. Pocket size Florida Auto Road Map. .
charges which the Eclectic
Won't be long before fanners l in this section will be and sin-cursed world. Thus culminated !the greatest serv- Board was removed upon from office when America I* privileged tn complete and newest edition. Offer
spend her blood and her might for the for short time only. On sale at
For the legitimate medical
rapping spuds for "real money." ice known in all the range of human thought.: r...' .r.t.t state'has been satisfied I pro principle that gave her birth and the Valley Gazette office. 10-tf

On the- first day of several successive weeks Jesus that this Eclectic Board had been trafficking happiness and peace which she has ,
treasured, told helping her she can
In bogus diploma among thequacks -: '
"Dopey Skinner" has gone to Tallahassee. B'Guerryl! appeared to His Disciples and it seems that they became who could not pas the examInation do no other."-President Wli.on.'pY FOR SALE ,Steam laundry fully

he ain't goin' to skin 'er feline is heT accustomed gather the first day of the week for and secure licenses In the regular equipped with all modern machinery ",
to on way but It wa not until recently. O.O OOOOOO ; doing good business.. Owner's
worship. So gradually it seems the first day of !the week that they were able; to trap the fraud personal attention is required with ,
It Is to be hoped that the Legislaturewill THE OOVKH>OR'S MKSSAGH I
Stand by the band boys! They will do much. to entertain came to I te observed as a Sabbath instead of the last day. appreciate the. extreme Importanceof O other interests. Write or' call and M

exterminating these quack. and 000..000000000000.0.0.V..dn."ay' ... see plant in operation. A F. KriU
you during the long summer months. Now all Christendom observes what we call Easter protecting the public by making it ,Impossible -
for them to obtain license to Kissimmee Fla. lit(
Sunday as the anniversary of the Resurrection Sabbath.and .
prey upon the public health. There lallttla (\ CampaTrlbuse)
What baa become of the groceryman who used to it it eminently fitting that churches homes and doubt but what the membera of Governor Catt sent the first .rresMige FOR. SALE-Lot 6, block 10, in Done- """,
both branches will uphold the hand of his administration to the I .KSIsture -
stick a spud on the spout of,the kerosene can., hearts should be filled with joy and!! praise.-W. B. W. I II of the medical profession in their effort yesterday. It Is a voluminous trans subdivision to N. Kissimmee.
3 I to exterminate the medical document free of rancor or 111 felling Henry James, Brock Sask.. Canada. ,
( frauds. It I* quite evident and a* a whole, marked by ronii'atlce 9tf'OLD
Orlando-the' City Beautiful-will entertain the state I The importance of the canning club movement Is will have the hearty .. IUoht::. recommendations. ., lending .to salutary
legislation.Thera
convention of the, Christian Endeavorers April 19-22. much underestimated by many people says the Plant thgovernor.But the quack. will be on hand to are so notable omissions, fcr PAPERS FOR SALE-lOe a.

City Courier. But this class of skepticism is fast beingreduced fight for their existence. They are a 1."...,.... a recommendation for i> plauaable bunch with oily tongues lulankn sppropilatlon or far cn..p" eft:; Apply at Valley Ga.
,
The old soldiers who wore.lobe blue, and those of'the to a minimum and we look to see this long delayed the most Important part of their practice ol school other bruits But a govern being smooth conversation. Theywill many weighty matters pressing ,
gray, made a fine appearance in the parade here Wednes-- feature of Florida development take strides that set up the same old cry of Jealousy upon him. cannot think of everything
on the part of the regular medicalprorell.lon that ought to go Into e. message.. to make trade of some kind'for ,
,' .. ,' will place a new source of revenue in our list of stable
-1'. '" .. 'I" which wants them excluded Those who expected the governor to \ "
.' .f. '. it, t.! :" rail at his an automobile. Address Wm K"\
J": from because political opponents or wildly
1' industrlesThe girls' club work is gradually Illustrating practice they are producing
,
", better result and getting the business Ion Qulxotlie against. Imaginary evil I Sargent West Patrick .treet,1 or
a The admissionjj'ticket\: "' fashjontshowjtj: l to'the doubting ones the possibilities that this movement ., But It Is exceedingly doubtful if will be nothing o In hi* m........ ::1 general; delivery city.';.:" 10tfAt

; a> spud--and then they: howl.about, ;,thelh.'c."of. ..,!l.Fln.the] : offers' 'toi'conserve a grreat'doal<< of fruit'and'vege of this all kind Information of talk will win.regarding In the face the There Is .. sensible I I. and well-considered that sort In ltIt' a '''

.Cigar City.The "I" *v"l'Ji*r,*V-r : table matter that' is now allowed to waste for. lack of dirty practices of the fakirs which the presentment from the. could have been expected Churches
legitimate profession will be able to most serene and complacent the
: market and because of its lack: of form for place besides present at the proper time.Nevertheless of .x.cIIUv.e--but It has In It

Head Camp of Florida W. O. W., has offered the products that are selected,and packed. with care, leave It for the the physician public' should to right out not tend the advocacy to the betterment of measure of which the state would Inmore .,rwMwrne.

s government 20,000 "choppers" in the event of war. Can I among themselves. The public has lenses than one FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
much more to lose at the hand of the
you match .that? Swish I Off goes ofncihl: head of Probation Officer\ W fakir than doe the medical profession CO" STIHCTIOTRA1V: : ACCIDENT Rev O. b Fall, pastor

W. Powers! Santa Rosa county for alleged nonperformance Therefore, the people of Florida TOPS A. C. ... TRAINS Sunday schoolfl f,4ft a. m.
I A. well a. the honorable medical profession MornlnK service at 11 o'clock. 811b-
!' Lakeland B. P. O. E. making preparations for the construction of duty. Swish! again-L. S. Crump, Leon County wjth Kr, should Miller get and busy his and associates co-operate by I The disarrangement- of the Atlantic ject "itegeneratlon." ,

, and furnishing of a homo for the lodge to cost Commissioner.( Swish I 'Nother time-J. C. Swindell, urging their" representatives and senators Coast Line train schedule last Mondav Junior 1i. Y. P. U.nt.. m. *
afternoon
i f 50000. Some enterprise! Chairman Polk County Commissioners, lost head in basket to by support the State the measure Medical Assocltlon recommended -. a car of a was construction caused by train an accident working to The Senior evening U Y.| P.service U.. 1:15: will p. m* ,consist of'

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; two latter for 'alleged malfeasance in office. Bet If.th's I* ,done there can bi- no near DavenportA loaded an Easter Cantata entitled Make
car heavily with cracked
doubt ato the outcome' of this bill. "
1 Individuals can "Show Their Colors" by hanging out by the time the Chief Axe-Swinger gets through with The time! to strike Is when the. iron Is limestone. rock left he rails on the dually Christ invited Your Kin to*;attend. The those public services.I* cor t '
mnln line a half mile this side of nAVe
hot and the disreputable conduct of
the American flag at their homes and places of business, his job, he'll need no special "setting-up" exercises. Get these medical frauds I III fresh In the enport. The car did not leave the road '

and by wearing the emblem. in line, boys-step lively! Next! pi'MIe mind rail bed .and was only six Inches off the NT. JOHNS! KPIMrOPAI. CHURCH
It I ii* said that Governor Catt will
take steps to revoke the license Issued This I le why.NIO'I.O (due IX:. Easter Day,
J' by the erstwhile Eclectic Board of was two and was foltnwed; : K II. Kirby: minister In charge. ,
About the most popular things in Kissimmee every It will be interesting to note that there are now 2,- Examiners, where the holders of license Immediately Into Kissimmee by No. 92 11 a. m, morning prayer Holy Communion -
.' Issued by this Board cannot (due X:62 p. m.) that day. and s erraon. Subject: The Lord "
t morning about 9:30 is the parade of our pretty girls 601,181 German-born residents in the United Stat.eB8.82.618 duce diploma from creditable school pro, The accident was caused by careless Is Risen Indeed.

tend the Tampa Morning Trib. is the number of those from Teuton stock. or other evidence of their qualifications ness-dumping too much rock on the 7:30 p. m., evening prayer and address -
road bed that It by Iir. L
covered the
to tuactlce I medicine It Is thought rail and A. Hamilton a great
Uncle Sam will not intern any of them or seize their that such step. will force; over a hundred threw the car off. oriental traveler.' Pubjcit; The Open .
In to haul down The A. C. L. ballasting the. road Tomb and the evidence that exists to. "
quacks this state
4 f Ocala citizens: believe in the right kind of prepared. property If they behave themselves in the proper man their shingle and seek other means of bed with cracked limestone from Davenport day a* to the position of the tomb or

I ne... They have just subscribed $100,000 for the lestablishtnfc ner. a livelihood than practicing a fraud on toward Kissimmee.Miss Jesus Christ In Jerusalem ; also the efforts
1.' made by the Crusaders to take
the"people In the guise of medicine.KRNATOR
of a beef packing plant. the tomb of our Lord from
J": : Marlon Sargent" spent the weekend the followers -

Clean Up Week in Kissimmee this week was a "hum CARLTON ONE OF STRONG with -tier parents at Avon Park. loss pf a train Mahomet. and Its success and'

& With the aid of William Jennings Bryan at the state mer." Everything is ready spit and span for Easter. MEN" IN SRNATR r flowers Special, Easter muslo and Easter

It; ieapital it does seem that the "bone-drys" ought to succeed The Civic Department of the Women's Club deserve TALLAHASSEE-, Fla April 1.Thelawmakers those nredlct who a brilliant listened career to his for speech this today De- A cordial welcome" to strangers

:. in getting some desirable legislation. much are gathering today for Soto county boy.
credit for their efforts for a cleaner'city: and\ they what promises to be oneof the mostnterestlng LAYMAN'S MEETING

. had the co-operation( of the citizens generally. and exciting sessions of STATIC FERTILIZER FACTORY Brother S. A. Boirue will lead the .
the Legislature In many year Large .
The man who advertised; that he wanted to exchange delegations of members and pie and TALLAHASSEE. April S.-Senator A. day men'School meeting rooms at the next Methodist Sun-

;f three spuds for a third interest in a Ford must be from .In vacating the office as Kissimmee's chief executive, and curiosity It I ie seeker though .a full arlved representationof yesterday, counties M. Wilson hal of prepared Manatee and and will DeSoto Introduce nvlted.at 3 o'clock.DBiVOTIONAll Everybody Sunday cordially aft..r.n..n *

\ a i Hastings. where they'grow 'taters by the plenty. Ex.Mayor'Ma,. does so with the distinction of having both will be on hand for the big a bill authorizing a committee of COM UrTEJs: ;.
J caucus Monday Hotel people three. from each branch of the Legislature -
.( served hit home city honorably and faithfully for three say reservations I :.1f.hir.. than for with commission of agriculture CHRISTIAN CHURCH '

}' Report has it that 411 Germans are interned At- consecutive terms, establishing a record of which not. year pastStatewide prohibition force have shall a be* its to Investigate chairman the whoso advisabilityand duties An Buster -

;' y lanta. Strange! We' saw "Dutchy" Regener, the Cigar only he, but all citizens are proud. been the abolition rallying of today booze In being large the numbers chief, more practicability fertiliser 1 factories of creating to be; one owned or the Christian progrram Church will Sunday be r..nd.r..cIat nlsrht.

( Clt,'_ hurtling tax assessor, 'on our streets a few topic of discussion. at the various and operated by t" state. An offering; will be taken for the Christian
churches at the morning worship hour. The object of : measure IB to furnish Orphan's Home, Atlanta, <<;1a.Valt..r _
\ days ago. The First National' Bank of Daytona has suspended In the afternoon the water. wagon the farmers of this stat fertilis
.
t 1'A. due to th..recent robbery of its strong box 'to the tune crowd held forth at the High School era at a price which they can afford to Easter\ B. Smith will preach th.
Auditorium and a large congregationlistened pay In the production of their crop; In. sermon Sunday the
t: From all sections of the state come: advices of the for. of about (60000. Now the detectives are looking for the to speeches by Senator Blltch, other words to bust the fertilizer trust. Christian Church. He dn- ft..t'h
President' Baker of the national sntl- Senator Wilson does not charge the been spending the winter here, and will
.t' nation of new military organizations and the recruiting former vice-president and cashier W. E. Sullivan who saloon league Governor Catts and Benitor Fertiliser people with robbery but hebelieve return to their home In Indianapolis In
Carlton of HIII.borou..heow that If they, are lelfng, their Et few ,aftys y
from the institution March Doyle
resigned 15.
,, It to war strength of those just returned from the border products for a reasonable profit at

.;; speaks well for the patriotism of the Florida Cracker. r.'e each of the addresses deliveredwas . pre.ent. the state can beat them producing CATHOUO CHURCH SERVICESConfession.
of the sub.orceloquence fertilisers
. 1,; About the biggest example of unmiti ated' gall ever a strong .presentation them ." a..natorVII.on'. measure I I. likely \\1
that of the young senator to meet with much favor among *he Saturday at 4 p, m. and
displayed by a outside of lunatic is that \:30 ,
person a asylum p mMas
;
Talk about In
patriotism-you should have heard the Tom Hlllsborough county. Doyle representatives both branches of the .
civil of the German statesman who says the United States is Carlton has already taken rank a* one legislature; Who represent large farmer Aill Kaater Sunday at 8 a, m.
.J of the welcome.sIl.YER
,.' Veterans war assembled here this week. All of the strongmen; of the senate, and constituenciesTAWPA'S .
.the old "boys" ready to and reponsibl for the world war. Looks'like the fool-killer
;l are scrap many: of them HAVING CUP Foil
missed "best bet.
his
,'J could! yet give a good account of themselves on the line. OOOOOOOOOOOO..000.0.0.OOOOOOOfO.OO. 6..0.00..000tOt TH\I.*IIOOTHR ON EXHIBIT
.
w5,?' OSCROLA HARDWARE; STORR-
\ Nay, nay, Maxine the crowd about the postoffice -
It being necessary for Pleas Holt to "change climate" BEST A
every mom at 9:30 is not a boltta drawing-Just the interested handsome sterling:! ; silver loving
lie has taken up his residence at Tallahassee-the clay cup la now on exhibition at the Osceola
citizenship waiting their turn 'at the window to
hills of Leon an noted for their recuperative Hardware Store %Which baa been put v,"
powers ?et "Florida's Greatest Newspaper" product of the View up by the Interstate Trap Shooters Association .,zi";;
and miraculous "cures' Hotel
are affected there about |
every Bay .,
Cigar City. to be shot for by the St, :
,
,, two )'Nn. Cloud and Kissimmee Gun Clubs, each
I organisation to be
When it comes to extending the triad hand of welcome The Hotel For Our Home People members. represented by Art.-

An appreciated compliment from a worthy man: and entertaining the stranger within her gates, you A tournament will'' Probably' be ar-

Major Chan. A. Reeser assistant superintendent and inspector Construction Efficient Service Modern ranged. Including' tour or five fifty-bird
dot to hand it to the Kissimmee bunch. They're right on Fireproof Equip. to cide the

of the Ohio Old Soldiers and Sailors Home-"You the AssT'the' civil war Rates. It I. l tt at'gtthe clubs cup.
job. :vets who were)here during the merit-Moderate the prl"IIk.lr; Then *.curlnf'
publish a'verT interesting. paper and I enjoy reading it. week. I tournament, when the arrange beautiful a

Z hop to become a resident of that section in the near I' 'Co H JEWETT, Mgr.il the property or the trophy'willbecoml Mca
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mal.t the oloseof this ...01.
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'. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL'6, 1917 i, 'SEVEN


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I I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS First Spuds Shipped By Graies iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii III 11DIIIUltIfIHIUIU.


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Gets $7 to $8 Barrel In Field" .

>+ Children' Box white and I.n..yeolorll.
K and 20 cent the pair. Stor)'.. 11\

l i Weather ;tI Go to the First Baptist Church Sunday -- New Easter Apparel

Report nightapd bear the Easter Can Ross Graves la the first, planter of tlnually within the last month and ha

tats Irish potatoes hereabouts to dig" his ,, kep the field damp. HI. la the finestlooking +
I In this
crop 'vicinity.
Herbert Talt. representing Cameron. drop. H* I I. taking" out the tuber In Potato. planters hereabouts'Who have

" & Hark' ley.. of Tampa, spent. few daysIn his two-acre patch on the big ditch, In been unable to .irrigate their crops are
Following: are dally temperatures the city this week In business.Rev. West Klsslmmee.. fearing. that dry weather will cause and \ '
He sells them at IT per barrel In the only a to per cent. yield.
c and precipitation as reported W. B: Wltherspnon has Krone; to field: could have got IS If he had a The same mlsfortunei. I I. prevalent ____ e ,
by Government station Auburndale where he will, be for several carload. He 'say* they have producedat throtiKhout nearly all of Florida, according .
'. at IChlllmmee foh.week end, days In attendance upon the Florida the ration of 1barrels for each to scattering reports. Apparel for Summer Wear
Presbytery.. bushel. of ....d planted.Sheriff Th early frosts In Florida and other _
ing Thursday, April 5;, In gram Is hauling barrel state* cut down an already short supply

" 14..<. Min. HalnWhltei 8' J. 81lgh prominently connected Into his four-acre patch near the skate of rlt'.tfth': The crop was
with the business Interests of Orlando. ins }rink... He will dig within a few ,()O rt In 1919, and = .
': Friday ______82 53 was a visitor to Klssimmee during the days. R1.000.000. bushels short In 1111. The -------- ,.
week, registering at the Or.y.t1)ne. 8. B. Aultman's eighteen acre patchon shortage of the 117 spring crop. because -
,Saturday ____82 ,54 Rose avenue and Oak street will be of ':t.thr""d dry weather makes r About the Beat CollectionWe
.87 58 Mrs Hattie Ploetm attended the dug on April Itth. Dry weather has It seem t price for. the I. P.
Sunday .._
Woodmen Circle State Convention from not affected his crop. Mr. Aultman will, be maintained Until, at least,
Monday _..*-90 60, Monday to- Thursday, as a delegate ha.! kept his artesian well. flowing con. well Into the coming summer., Ha'"e Ever Brought J

89 .61 from the Woodmen Circle\ Lodge of this T .
1 Tuesday ? .___ city '

Wednesday' __84 64 Go to the First Baptist Church Sunday SENATOR BRYAN SAID To South Florida.
Mr.,and Mrs. Roy Wells who operat. night and hear. the Easter Can
Thursday: ..__87 68OO.OO.t4t06..0..0..00.0. ed the Gift Shop on Darlington" for.thfl tats TO. HAVE REFUSED TO 1"t
N i past few months" have gone to Kenne. ',
bunk. Me, where they will spend\, the B. E. Evans, county agent spent ACCEPT A BIG, POSITION
summer Tuesday In St. Cloud on professional Come to Tampa or send us your Mail Orden

:.. Hose ,for children. 150 pair I}business., Reported 'H. Tamed Dowa the GOT
Lacy Johnson, private secretary toConlu."m.n We attention and
fltQry'II. guarantee satisfaction.
r W. J. Sears left Saturday eraor Generalthip of the prompt
Church' Bun-i to resume his duties at Washington, A. E. Drought and daughter Miss .
, day do night to the and First hear Baptist the Raster Cantata after a most delightful slay with. relatives Alice of St. Cloud! spent the week end Pkilippiaes '
and friends. at their home at Drought's Island
" Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Story spent Tuesday -

Mr. and Mrs C. N Paver w!hf> have In Tampa, where they went on a CTImes-Unlon)
Edmonds left the 19th
Mrs: Amelia According to being printed in
business and pleasure trip combined. ; report
time In Klsslmmee. have
.' .. visit her brother spent some returned MA AS BROS.
to
for Winter Haven Cincinnati the press of the state, ex-Senator N. P. =
: ':, H D. Shepard returning. the second. where- tt'.yth.rl:. : remain In for several, Miss Grace J. Tucker from Fulton Bryan has been. offered the governorgeneralship .

months, coming back here In the taiLY. N Y.. arrived Monday to be with her of the Philippine IslandsMr. .
George. D. Williams, accompanied by cousin, Mr*. EJ. R, Snodgrass. Bryan refused to make a statement _
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Redford, left Thursday traveling concerning the matter last even.
extended auto trip to Tampa R. Beaslev. passenger Ing It Is that the 'TAMPA..FLORIDAUTI.
on an Mrs T. M Farlnsworth left Thursday understood secretary -
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, wth| ::::::::
to, return the last ,of, the week. headquarters In Jacksonville spent a for her home In Doland, a. D., after of war asked Mr. Bryan to accept
In spending the winter In Klsslmmee., the position of lieutenant governor of := Center of South
week Florida"
I Mr..' John Dann and her daughter, : few days In Klsslmmee this looking> after her property Interests.Mr. the Islands to relieve. Governor Harrison : .. Shopping
, Mrs Max Croxton. spent. a few days in connection' with the O. A. R, convene with the expectation of later beingmade :

Orlando with friend. and relatives last tion. end Mrs Frank Bourner and governor general.
week. The salary of the generalof i llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIU IIIIq
M. M- Jaggar of T.mpa. a delegateto George Nichols left Thursday for their governor. ,
the Island. I. .000
Philippine $ ,
.. the Encampment of the G. A R., met home In Newark Ohio after spending per
Arbouer\ R..V.K..blerof .
F.'K: and and The I
'--" -- quite., number.of, friend* from :.his the winterat the, home t.f Mrs. .T. W year expense position re.lardedaswpua

Tampa."spent this week,.on business a'few-days'In and the pleasure city home city here enjoying: who his assisted brief him stay ,inthoroughy In 'i Bills.-counted Messrs.Bourner. among the and moat Nicholasare expert gift" of the. president, of the'.Few best men within would the II . . . .. .

combined. refuse such a position. The
anglers' who visit this section and dur reports
In&.. our city. year they have success' which are. being printed state that Mr. +d
f1ytngtm Bryan has refused to accept the poal.tlon .
than SOO of the tinny
Misses and
Olira- Samuelson
The Misses Klra and Amy Samuelson Amy I but Mr. Bryan would not give outa
1 tribe. The party will return to Klsslm ,
who been of Mr. and Mrs.pa.t
guest
have
who have been "guests of Mrs. J. W. mac early In the .t.lI. for their third statement last evening In regard to
B Evansnfor: several months '
Kvans, left Tuesday for their, home in have K. returned to their home In Terre winter In this city. the matter .
Haute, Ind. When Mr. Bryan arrived home at the
}'..- 'Terre I Haute Ind,' much. .'(o tbe regret.of.*their. close of the sixty-fourth congress, he Shoes Shoes
Miss Bertha Twltchel of 8t. Peters. many. .frleira. *,, . FLORIDA STATE. BASEBALL _,_ __ : d that he Intended to practice law' Shoes!
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burg and well Known as a former resU Children7 In this city. "Since Arriving home he
.. .* dent of Klsslmmee. was ln-the-ctty\U><*-' ,* Box; white and fancy. LEAGUE TO ELECT OFFICERS, has opened up his old offices In the
) week attending the Ladle of the O. A. 'dolors,.IS.!-nd.IO cents. the pair: (story's.Prof ' ' Blsbea building Here and Is now actively

R convention. and.M.... R. If. Evans and eon ,it/- ,AT'ORLANDO:MEET APRIL 12 chosen. engaged In the practice of his II
profession. Friends of
( J. E. Mattocks who 'was formerly a have. returned from Tampa where they mar senator In this city do not th.i'ror. U '
prominent realty broker of this city were:called last week by the death of Kb. .... WiD B. !. Learnt J.Wad he will accept, the position. They are of '
a The
vis. Prof Evans' father. entire com- the Spring and Summer Footwear.,
now of Lake Gem was a Saturday opinion that he la out of politicsfor
. Itor. looking after business and gre..t.Ing munlty extends sympathy to the famIly - Tncker Mentioned For the time being"" and Intends. to build
: In their .
old friends.Mrs bereavement up his law practice again at the local 9

Mary Prather of Clinton S C., Mrs visiting Jones. of ClarVn R President bar We-Havelt !
MraW .
who Is her
of
and Mrs I 'A. Alverson. Enera 8. daughterl
C., who have been the guests of relatives :, K Lawrence, of sev.era The Florida State Baseball League,
rJ.
nz In Klsslmmee for several months I days In Klsslmmee week, attending which was organised along temporary : Shoes for every member'of the :family. '

left this week for their homes visiting her the old encampment time. friend.meetings Mrs. Far.and lines at Lakeland about two weeks ago, ( A Community Interest j .

'Mr and Mrs C. N. Paver left Tuesday Insworth. will meet. at Orlando on April IS when

for their former home In Clncln- permanent officer will be elected and
/. Ohio Mr. and Mra J. 1", Ward, representing the Merchants Our' town, Justly proud of' It. "Boys Complete of:
'> 'I ; iarr.trOr A Miners Transportation Company such other step taken to get In readiness -,, array
been prominent In the the In the of traveling for the opening of the season. In In ,Brown" ha been whole-hearted.
capacity
city' and will be greatly missed. freight and passenger .agent with the League will be Orlando, Sanford.Klsslmmee. spontaneous and. exultant In showing Men's Low Cut Summer. Shoes; elegant
Tampa Lakeland and Bar4ow. -
Frank headquarters In Jacksonville, wa here honor aJid-ttood will to Company B. By 1"
Mr. and Mr Harrison of
.. the
Gilbert Freeman. sporting
Brown City. Mich. Mr and Mr.. R A. this the week Graystona on business. He was a guestat editor of the Tampa Morning Tribune,. the hearty hand grasp, In' Joy' around 5'' I Footwear for Ladies, 'Misses .and. Children -
Butler, of Detroit Mich, and Miss I. temporary chairman of the organlxa-
the festal board and In expression ofdeep
I Nellie I M, Scott of Bantam Conn, who ,
Information has",; been received from tion.There In ;, Great Display: of''Whlte Kid and
are winter residents of Orlando motored Washington to the effect that Con ts some speculation a.. to who concern every way possible Ithall.
to Klsslmmee Tuesday for a view gresmnan Bears has been. appointed will head the League. as president. J. been. amde known the deep abiding .
of our pretty city.' chairman of.the educational committee Wade .Tucker of Klaslmmee has been Interest. 'Canvas Shoes.. i '

1 s' of Congress This Is quite an important prominently mentioned for h head osl Inspired by ,their fine military tactics
Mr. and Mr.. Harry Meetch left this
assignment. and the news was re.celved tion, and would make n good for .
week In their car for a cross country ,with much pleasure by the the, orgnalxatlon, :Mr. Tucker has been .is shown In their-drills'and with -
trip to their home Jn Harl.bur. Pa. friend and admirer of our out of the city for the., past few days, pride III the heroic bravery of these
Mr. and Mra. Meetch are prominentwinter In Washington represenItative consequently his expressions along this splendid young fellows 'the Secretaryof
i I
residents of Klsslmmee and line have not been secured but It Is almost the Mothers' -Teachers. Club de.Here Straw Hats y

.. their return will b.. anticipated with Captain J. P. Marehant fo Glrard. certain that If he will serve as *. that her Interest and enthusiasm
.. pleasure by a host of friends. Ala., gave a patriotic lecture at thehiII' president. of the league.. his election Is la,not unlike that of every other .
' assured. nilVert .Freeman who has woman In Klsslmmee In casting
; Shirtwaists Sto and Me Story's. night' to school a fair auditoriumV.dn..day sired audience. He wa been working hard t6 get the league In about for w.'. ,.. whereby we may help Most complete variety, sizes, shapes and
Introduced starting shape I. also suggested for and hinder at this time.
by Attorney Milton Pledger.Cspt
Mrs Carrie B. Torrey of Birmingham Merchant arraigned the Roman the Important position and In' the > Klftvlmmee may not be large enoughIn styles.' UptotheMlnutte Goods Prices
Ala, past national I., and I., office Past I church for its political activities, ..ndIIr".d event Mr. Tucker does decline to be acanddate'there numbers to maintain an organized ,
Department President of Michigan, I all true Americana to organiseand / Is every reason to be. Red Cross Society but there are various
who Is visiting In Tampa, was In the resist its encroachment lleve that the. well-known sport writer towns In the State so organised anyone ,Are Right.H.C.'STANFORD .
city Wednesday to pay her respectsto will be chosen Mr. Freeman has been of which would gladly .accept our

the Florida department of the W. B : The new city jail I* nearing. Completion Identified. with spurts of South Florida cooperation. '
C. at their annual encampment and will be ready for "occupancy" and the state as well for a number of A year ago Mrs. J. W. Bvans' classof

within the next week or ten day This years, and no better selection than heco..ld the Presbyterian Sunday School was
Go to the First Baptist Church Run- will Joe fitted up with six uptodatecello be made.It making bandage for the Red Cross,
day night and hear the Easter Can. and after It has been turned ov.rto la planned to start the league Mav two year ago the writer' daughter I
"'.>, tata. F Marshal Overstreet that official will JO Ninety games will be played assisted In her school grade In making COMPANY

R. vive a sigh of relief, as he has had through consecutive season-that Is" , capes for the French soldiers. Surely :
S. Hudson of Orlando the pioneer much trouble of late with a large there l1f l>e no ;divided: season.. It was; today we can find opportunity abun .
;., newspaper publisher of South Florida number of "escapes." not having decided, to run a ninety-game single dant to help In our own land. '' .
was greeting. friend In Klaslmmee. this place of Incarceration for the a season. with a.. post-season series between i At I our recent County Fair, the fancywork l..o.1i.., "Old Reliable Shoe '
proper Dealers 0 ceola : -
C0oaty.
,.," 'p"1: week being In attendance upon the G. prisoners. the pennant winner and a team I displayed, .. to design. and exquisite -
". 'A. R. convention Cantaln Hudson num. nicked from the remainder. : of the I finish, was the most beautifulthe
bets' hi. frlends'and admirer by the "'. T. Vail formerly 'of LaPortInd -, league" by the sporting 'writer ot. the I writer. has ever. Sean displayed

core, and always receive a hearty ., but now residing near-the St. various cities. I lather ICasj I, In County or State exhibitions 6nM-wln.I tifri-L.: .... ifl.ru-iffik" ...111I ... .Ut'iULt..
welcome not .
when he
come to this sec Cloud section, was a pleasant caller. at Sell PlayeraTh. now apply the deftness andefficiency
tion.I . league. will of our trained hand In the ,
the office of the Valley' Gasette Tu. affiliate with the National -
day. He Is an appreciated. subscriberof Association of Professional making of bandages, the knitting of
I* Klbbe a prominent. resident of this I paper, and complimented the Baseball Leagues, which means that socks, the fashioning. of articles for
the'St. Cloud district w. In the city, publisher on the marked Improvementof players developed by the. league will comfort for our nation' men.
this week In attendance upon the en. the sheet within the past few make Rood money for the clubs that And why not have. this movement on.of iiiJ
campment of the O A, R.l3asette and made anappreciated months Mr. Vail Is a prominent mem. turn them out Th. lowest draft prices the entire community, not limited Il ll r .
I call at the office.: her of the G A. R and was here In at. for a player I. "60. which sum, will to tiny one church society ,or to any: 't
He has been a subscriber to this one little group! of club InterestsVquIil
paper
tendance upon the State EncampmentMayor make up for a1 couple of rainy days
for a great many years and remarked In any season This move Is expected \ that we bight have from the We
that the Gasette. was one It not the Cndel has been quite busy to make much for the financial success various church pulpits on this coming are Ready to Fight :
beat, weekly paper published In the with Affairs of the city since taking of. of the league Easter morn an announcement of a ;
state. n..... method of united actlonon of
; Immediately after being sworn Inlast : :under: '

:. t Cl\d.. Glenn one of the hKtllng (Saturday five case he coming was obliged up for to consideration holdcourt ) .('1IOOI. 110.Iin IJKC'II>K1 TO ('OXTIVl all banner the women'everything of 'our to town help and notjiIIIK the- . Your Eye and: ;

bualneai men of Tampa, spent Saturday The manner In which he hla- H <-A:>MV J rl11 WOMK to hlnd r." Who will help
In KJastmmefe, looking after 1m. Your for service,
patched the cases and the swiftness .
portant business matters Mr Glenn Is with which he meted out justice to the At Its last session the Countv School MRS. W. J. FRIPP. Jewelry Troubles >
at the head. of the photoengravingand evil doers made some of the. offenders TJonrd went on record us endVi King the : KlHsinimee, .Florida April K, 1917 IJ.
advertising company bearing his set up and take notice, and It la more flub work In public I schools ; .
name, and doe. much business In this than likely that violators of the city It"r.nl'p: .n rumored that. the work wns 1 '
: auction he of the. state. While In the city ordinances will be a little more careful to be discontinued but a committeeconxlHtiiiK : ''1'1':1111 A) q; wan the recipient of much '
atten.
LA'ltlZEU
as to their operations In the future. of Senator C. A. Car..on. 8; I'
lion at the hands of his numerous R Aultman and, A. H. Fox appeared before '
LET US SHOW
YOU
friends. In a recent Issue of the Manufacturer the. board and clearly drnon.1 Horn time during Tuesday night the
llepord. this city was named In a strated. the teat that to discontinue the "'Hte>r A Carson. store was entered bY ,
, ;, have A. O.been Btephenson residingnear. and family this. city who publication Issued by the United. States work would bo n step In the wrong di. I thl...vc.. breaking' through a rear. win- '- ., r
for'l government as a shipbuilding plant ", state officerof
t the past their few years and haVe made Klsslm for wooden sailing vessels, giving the"jom'f: d.work In Florida, 1 clou wan stolen Considerably and up to overlO0 the. present In goods time Dr. H. E. Cole, Optometrist, will beat LU .
will
mee home be wel"om* d Cnpt Clay Johnson as the builder was also present and made
for
a strong there IH
'. by a large. circle of friends Mr. ftteph- this section The article cited the possibilities plea In, behalf of the Canning* Club .petrators.absolutely no clue to the per usual l place in this establishment every Joes.d ,
enson has accepted a responsible position of'Florida. In this line, showIng movement, with the result that. the .
with the Palace, Drug Store, in that material In this section was board decided to continue same, for another Conllrr..n' : 7, to meet Jail friends and patients.: .
the prescription I department, and with W. J. Rears becomes
plentiful and climatic conditions year at least.CIltllRH.
; his fifteen years' experience In this such ... to allow men t" wo"k In com are chairman. "of the eo-ttmlttee on educa
work In the larger cities of Ohio, will fort In all which I lion succeeding Congressman Hughesof .
seasons I.
make a valuable ecaulsltlon to this case along the North Atlantic not Coa.twh..r the FOItiNHl' +i' MAIJK AGAINST Georgia and Is also on FJI..tlonllCommltt..e W. E. SANDERSON & CO. e
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well known establishment. most of our chip are built. \V. '1. lit AXE* No. S, Coinage, Weights and
; Measures and Indian Affairs

The W. J. .Frlpp family has moved JEWELERS
1 t. N. Bliss prominent
> a cltlaen of .
from the Blckerdfke premises' at 422 1 Barlboo W1... a retired engineer spenta A warrant was sworn out a. few da' }a A. R Nelson has returned from'
West Oak street. to J14 Bryan street? few In ago In the Justice's Court over whichM. Auburndale, where he went to attend Successors to
days Klsslmmee
thl..k .. ._ ..
wh.raMra Frlpp. and H. Porter preslde.charging. H.
daughterCaro- attending the encampment Of the-O. A. the annual conference the FloridaPresbytery H.- 0. BROWN "co. - --
.
lyn will reside until the Klsslmmea Dawes with forger" the affidavit being
i R Mr. Bliss Ie I spending some time at which was held there this
school term closes -If not longer. Nearly St. Petersburg, and will filed by A. A. Rosen the well- week '.
all of Mr.rlpp'* time henceforth northern home within short return to Ms known fish dealer. The specific chargeIs .
will be :1d.to publication of the Is very well pleased with a the state time.and H. the alleged forcing. of Mr. Rosen it:
Theand relation name to a check for 110 on the Cltl-
beeen expressed himself as being particularly JVOTICR OF KL.KCTIO1V .
Bank of Klsslmmee. The .
him issbusiness Blckerdlke impressed with 'Klsslmmee, and will sons warrant ,"
vp have ceased entirely visit here again his was turned over to Sheriff Ingramfor t
fall. Being old on Union return In the service, It la said that Mr. flaw_, In compliance. with the law In auch .
an soldier Mr. who was formerly bookkeeper for Mr rases ,made and provided It I* hereby .
T
Robert H. Steven, of the firm of ,Bliss enjoyed the encampment and -wassurprised t .
Rosen I I. In Jacksonville. and declared that election
Stevens Bros, engineer. New York to find According announced an ..o..ooo..o..o..o.o.o.ooO..OOt..o.o.
so of the
; many old ,
to Mr. Rosen his former bookkeeper will be. held at the Bull CreekSchool
who has been '
City spending a few "boys" In this section of the .
country.WllltaM has passed a number of bogus checks \ House. Osceola County Florida. \
day with his brother J. F. Steven. 'I
Patrick and ,Beaumont streets, has returned 'H. Melrath. past commanderof amounting to a considerable sum, on Saturday d..termlnlnll May II. A. D. lU7. for the | Spray Now With LimeSulphurKeep
to hi. northern home Mr. the Department of Florida, O. A.R., which are now In ilosen's. possession.W. purpose of whether or shall not ,
Steven wa called to Jacksonville whose home Is In Jacksonville wa one the following described territory ,
; some time ago on business connected of the Interesting visitors here during W. C. Gilbertvaasenger agent of the become a special .tax school district New Growth Free from Mites Red Spiders ,
1 with the engineering firm, and took the. week 1n attendance upon the eon. t Line In this city, was taken serloualy ViE: ,
advantage to make his brother here a ventlon Dr. Melrath I* well known allover III a few day. ago!! and haa been IleRlnnlng at the northeast cornerof Melanose and Scab.
' M' r visit. He Is much Impressed with the the slate, and has numerous .removed to a hospital In Tampa Section One (1). Township Twenty- f

beauties of the locality. and will probably friends In Klsslmmee. who gave the .. eight(14)' East(28); Houth.thence. In Range a westerly Thirty-four. direction .. Loss of Infested Leave Gives You and Even Start With
visit In the
again near future. timable gentleman hearty
a welcome. WOOIJMHX l OF'THE WORLD TO
to the northwest corner of Section .
Like Pests
other of
many the old soldier. HAVM' PI;HLIC INSTALLATION Mix (O. Township' Twenty-eight (ZH)
Among the enthusiastic fl A. R. veterans . Dr. Melrath expressed himself. a* being : :
South, Range (It) Kant; '
Thirty-three
a In the city In attendance upon well pleased with Klsslmmee. and was thence In a southerly direction to the Spray in Bloom, Adding Black Leaf 40 for Thrips. In.
loud Th.Voodm..n of the World
In and theWoodman's
praise of the
the reunion this week was O. E. Field many kindnesses southwest of Section Eighteen. .
of White House, Florida who Is the shown by our people to the delegates. Circle will hold a public ill. Township'corner Twenty-nine CZ9) sures Heaver Setting of Fruit. Booklet on Spraying
and visitors to the Installation of officer at FraternltvHall
patriotic Instructor of the Departmentof encampment as a .
South Range Thirty-three ( 1) East:

Was I:: :l'crendt Mr.which Field positions has: done he a whole.. promises Tuesday to be evening one of'at the 70. leading which southeast thence. In an corner easterly of Section direction Thirteen to the. . CONSULT OUR, '

.: great deal to Inspire the youth of the One of the Interesting. events In fraternal line held. In Kls
visitors In at I (U). Township Twenty-nine CZ9) 4""
"" .tatwith. patriotic sentiment, and In tendance' upon the O. A. R., convention slmmee. for) some time. Arrangementshave Hnutm' RangeThirtyfour ( 4)) East; ''a
been made for of Information
r..\\Ie. many Instances has presented rings to 4hl week was Capt. John A. Wallace speech's will be made entertainment by promln..ntm..mb..r. thence In a northerly direction to the Bureau on Citrus Troubles U
..\ .4".hool houses In the country districts. of Tampa being among the many vet. point of beginning.' .
';'.1" Whll. here he exhibited a pair of,white crane whovmada an appreciated of the order when Woodcraftwill ,
call at And] also to determine who shall
F, ;j:" ', gloves, which he nan had In hi. possession the office Of the Gasette. Captain Wallace' together 1 be fully with explained all objects In all of the Its phases: serve as school trustees of said district Conducted by J. C. Grossenbacher, Pathologist '
1, over fifty years, and were presented Is an old organIxatlon. .
.; r newspaper man and for two year next after the election
I As the exercises will be
; to him by Confederate. prisoner could not "get away from tha'smelt of public and, to fix the number of mill of '
1'.t'', t'. also a pair' of buckskin) gauntlet printer's Ink. He I I. one of the leading In nature. It I la expectedthat" allfriends district' school tax to be levied and collected Grove. carefully examined and their needs fully detailed.
Mr. Field's red necktie.' In which O' A R..m..nof. of the choppersand the worn.
.: the state a fine gentleman annually for the said two years,
\ en auxiliary will be on hand.- along with methods of insure the
I* stitched' In'gllded' letter the name a pleasant talker and had no The following named persons were appointed treatment to
of General Custer, wa also an Intereating hesitancy In saying that Klsslmmeej to act at said election) P. SetTerm.
( exhibit, the only one to be seen was one of the prettiest towns he. had DEATH OF. MRS MAHV ,J. SHARD .. H, J. Hancock, and W. R. Nettles, largest net returns.. -
V of this kind at the encampment. Hay. seen In Florida He spoke Interesting. Inspectors. S. I* Eubank Clerk. *
')' InK been connected with the ouster !I ly of the Cigar City. contending that Mr. Mary J. Beard died. Sunday Don* by order of the Board of Pub-

dommand'be' wa prevented with this b.I.:: on a great boom,' plenty: of morning ,at the. home of Mrs. ,W. H lie I nM ruction of Oeceola county, Flor. FLORIDA INSECTICIDE &. FUUNGICIRE. C'O.
.A ouventr a few year ago. at Monroe. and prospects'were bright for Farmer after an Illness of about a Ida this, the .litb. day .of ,Aprl A.' 1>. .
t. 'I' Mich., at the unveiling of the statue a very busy summer. Ha had the week The deceased with her husband 1917 .
to General werII99iven aeCuster neck pleasure of, .renewing Ell/ Beard nit* been spending the winter ): 1rAlest C. BASA, K1'F'
t '. with .. FLORIDA '
several of the I
.. old brigade ; .0qu.lnt.n..J here., -/- Their son came Tuesday a hairman.Couatr ; APOPKA""
j_" aE 'HE. tI. at that time /itty'the colonel of the Gazette, who formerly from OcMIand.-, fnd.. and accompanied c, no. YOWELI.: .
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Seventh \ metropolis of,South Florida. Superintendent 1 +
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I; BIG-- OSCEOLA, COUNTY STOCK RANGES 11" [" HAVE[ AGREEABLE[[ [ I After the Grip' I AMERICA READYIN GC5Y 'f f ) 99 \.




)' SURPRISE[ TO ,DALE MILLER, PROMINENT ,EAST COAST MAN What? WAR FINANCe .t /ill1fc! J@ '-wL

Did and it leave vitality you weak Influenza k. low Is Inspirits a i'

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Miami Metropolis the herd was well under way Mr. Carson catarrhal disease$ and alter you recover I
the .
In a recent Uale MIH Issue..r.of one ot the leadngM stood upright on. hi. .addl.motionlessfor andremained from the acute stage much of .fesn.

| >uslneaa men of that city. Jrlv"s an there, erect I and wondered whatIn the catarrh' is left. This and your I L

4 account of a. vl.lt to the,stock.Klsslmmen farms at., the-nearly world an he hour was doing and It was weakness invite further attack Experience of Europe Aids the '
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ar
Camp Hammock .J to me very interutjutinlY; byone -
L which proved an agreeable aurprlie man 10 explained of the ('ow boy.. The Tonic Needed is Penma.First I It'
gentleman contending that a cattle
1 that the forty thousand United States. 1i
.Among
not Florida, until ha ha. hwenon I \ .
'w ha theRe seen cattle ranges The article I. that were thousand being- rounded belonged up to fifteen Mr. Car orIII.t..n ,beaul8lt"'U assist buildIng :, l.

reproduced with the eaplanatlon that remaining thousand were up your strength, reinvifc-oratine '
', the openlnK paragraph he refers to the. i son owned and by the various ranchmen. Tho cows your 'igestlon and quickening all .
tork ranges being In Brevard and'.Ur.'anll'e various tI..rd.w..re because it aids ;
and the calves In the functions. Second
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of fart
counties when as a matter WARRING COUNTRIES SOUND '
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ana! there .
rorraled together
all catarrhal condi-
spokenof and described are I I. In in overcoming: the -1
ithoan the ranches the'
/ lure only three men on
Osceola county Iras follows: I range and Ilrevard counties who are tions helping dispel the inflamma-

FlorId If al..le to cIlHtlnKirlnh one herd from an. tion,giving the membranes an opportunity .
"No one has reallv seen Is of those J '
.
harl" Carson one to satisfied
( perform
other
he Hrevsrd has never and seen Orange the Counties great where ranchIn ,I men ahd he Is an expert excelling at th*' business him- I their functions. Credit of France and England, In ' ;'.4 ,
In Florida '
no one
thouiiandH and thousands of southernprairies cnttlegraze In his ubllliy and knowledge as. a Thousands bave Spite of Severe Strain Is '/
all'Iho year on the customer @
and rrow fat." aatd ,T>a\',, Miller I ranchmnn.tlirtrloim'. I( answered the question 1. :
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Kr < f Memory
,' to the Metropolis "nnil I shall n..rCOII"'I "Now. when these thouHnmlH uf cattle 'J I 1, \, after ol(rip this by U. Still on Solid Basis. .''t''
Milter and'1 mutt proper use great
Mrs. O
the trip Itt'tran clrrUnir nrcuind ('urnon anlit t ) tonic treatment. You 'II .
up there lest .week with Mr. and Mrs ,! ntooil In his H"ildl k- ii i#lioi' >nt, ..r of may/ profit by their experience. The .U lltl'd Stales, through the experience always anxious to save money for our customers

Jami-s" Carson.When we reached ('amp llnmmork the herd h" noted the Its culof mother(uf eVerytalf and of the warring I European\ powers We, showing are them how to net more )'l'ar of wear from ..

thirty miles east 4,f KlanltniiKre.. w here .ithut wait fullowlnu that, when the Liquid.. tablet term bin acquired a tremendous fund of {y That's why we recommend
0 Charles! Onrson has his ho ,"". ho and fixed U In juts) memory sn IRI..rI'ond' -both safe sad satiilaetory. heir paint jobs. ,
tiuntri ..
tils wife Joined UK an
flue I.'f'n-B" crefk Ih .U"\"en mll<-s 0 tiianil l i Itii mother hore. You can I 1mnirlne have servexl' with the li ropes ii ''I
Hiiil them we went Into ramp THE PERUNA CO. -
distant what a miirtelous nrcmory such armies and uoIlav.' .' made! available "
I
most delightful five day < verexperienced. '
., for the a And tiidk r nfler."..OiirH the.. calves are '!>rnndedvach ,- Cel_.... Okie to tis'ttivlr valuable experience In I'' ','

'Charles Carson of lists: about nfte' Ms< n ,."" must l h. rcxtori-d to Its OWOmother. the norld war. :" : \ 1
thousand head cattle grilctnir ph
ranch and other ,rattle men thousand have cut-an.proximately calf. for and no thnt.rnw will ton. Is fuKter
round-up twenty-five of then forty ttu\ but Charles, CnrHon, and Ills cnwloysknow .hardly lens Important pliase. of the WEARS
tle. A -
wand rattle was Just beginning whtnwo i I how to do It and, they never Htriitode, war, nnanclnit.! this country : ;5t . CALLONsi other such
make a mistake, 'i'' sflica. cWna.clay-or
r"R'h'd Hlue Cypress rreek nnd RM had .skilled observers. It has ' It contains no whiting
11..1'. has also : that the
. the Immense droves were herded Into ''\V hen all the young cattle arc It is'made of the same, pure ingredients
,. the corral In order that the calves .*<1 the various herds are driven east, .!Hot been necessary for them ,to visit ftuff. used: Pure White Lead, l'ureVhite'
'j might he branded It was a sight never W"HI. nth and south to the ranches ofthtr.ownt.rs the scene of'the struggle., In a way ' to be forgotten. carh row being followed l lbv Zinc Pure Linseed Oil. and nothing! ;:
UN fi'wn Calf, and every one of the scene of the struggle has come to L_. ___ machinery 500 gallons at a t.rne.. That *
: AM K.,ert'TaMlemaa"There the cattle accurately allotted to their them. Much of the planning of the mixed by uniform in strength,' color and covering
olutcly
it
l I" an nrt In every business. respective owners.'TheM
continued Mr. Miller, 'and I illBOuvere cattle graze all the year ot-'r, : social leathering will cause him financial- side of the war has taken capacity-always. '

that there Is an' art In th,' cattle bust without any food whatever except Uiat 'to leave home where the grass and lilac* within shadow,of Trinity Church will I DEVOE.W. .
well In-llll hthei-n. (une-4a-u. .- ": h prairies and 'L 4k* Let us iclL.YQLhoWJit.tt! cost.tojamt
a '
ness a. +
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when several thousand tile had been lll.-y are fat : ae-any Cftttlo. I W !eds- are;; 'destroy1nghts.ttrop[ ,. In lower- ItroifdwayVKew : : '-- ._

gathered In a treat. bunch and were t'ult ever saw. It Is a wonderful sight I plunfce. Into the gaIeties with a relish America World Financial'Leader.; B. MAKINSON COMPANrBuHdlnt
surrounded bv a large* number of cow I ase over those pralrlea They are that crrrles with It no thought of .
Chnrles Parson mount his level as a floor .and a. far a. thevtvcin AmerIcas newly acquired ' MM Supplies, Ele.KISSIMMEE. .
boys.horse and I saw rIdedlretly Into the center .is. reach not a thing can be seen aught but prcsent'eeoyment. -But thisIs By reason of ;'the. 'world's Hardware, Roofing Paints,'Oils, Rope. Pumps Gas [!!Elnes. FLORIDAPAINT

of the big herd. When he reached the except stretches bf waving wild feed life, made up of nil kinds and, con leadership In .- -
center the cowl'o' )'" In some way or another and haremocka of. grand trees BtnndlnR- dltlpnsSince the abolition of old finances we know how Europe hasfinanced
,I started the cuttlecircling: clean cut from any-shrubbery beneathvach "' strain PAINT
found and round M '. -TarsOn.- -?." hntfirnock' havlnvthe4nv4tlYigitppearancn -- King Alcohol our ptty taI hen a quiet. herself' to meet the ot. I DEVOE ,.

"A. soon a* the circlingmovement of of an oasis." and orderly community. The .barroom her tremendous. struggle-MolFCy; :, I.the -. ; .1
. _ .. :._ __ J: attraction", was a great Inducement to ---' .,
and old-and It cau".dholh
our men-younic
classes to spend' money In the :
purchase of that which done them I


11'1| Authorship of Congress Bills HICK caused harm there outside In was the of found family.the In misery the Several hands which years of la a I_ h4 ,,,$+ .- St. Cloud Department !

merchant a one dollar bill and on theback :
of the bill was written these .t'r-------
: (By Ralph Smith In Atlanta Journal) senators and representatives. did con- words.

WASHINGTON. March IT.-Aa I have trblute. to' Its enactment. How..v..r. except The bustle on cur streets still Rive
:1 shown .comparatively little of the big for the persistence of the that Florida rural evidence that our visitors from the NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN ,
) legislation enacted by the national congress senator would the chances not have are been one of the North still, linger In our midst Those TjAV* ,....... .s \
credits
Is permanently associated: with IJemocratlc In thelast whose stay. are limited to a *p clfled ,' A1s..aM..b- SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
of
t J It. author, notwithstanding-the pride assts campaign the or a political party help to time. In leaving do ao with dread of S toe h.... ,.. W'S. j
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.!" .of authorship that dominates someenatora many members of congress In their the weather they will have to encounter ., ..... .. ..5 w.a-, ." __
and In the I record disastrous .
representatives national as the paper 'S '
reelection.Heiia'tor Sot
,. aasembly. The explanation Is campaigns for storms such as cyclones and tornadoes *,. /'p. Barber Mrs. E. campment at KlflHlmmee\ on Tuesday
and Mr. George
pussllng Various reaxone" have been Fletcher started the bKlta- which have destroyed many lives and Mr. ,
J. advanced to account fur Jhe fact that I ion for rural legislatIon and he keptat ruined a considerable amount of prop. 'tS& D. French Miss Ella McAlllvter an.1M'ron -account of the (!. A. It ICncarnp-
o few Important laws are permanently It with a never say die spirit until erty. The peninsula section of our V5 F. Barber attended the encampment ment at Klsalmmoe, the New York Veterans -
associated with. the name ef ,a man who I he witnessed the approval of the law state are not subjected to these storms .. ..... "Wednesday. Association was put off till next
was In public life. during their .enact by the president and received from the having the Gulf or Mexico on our at Klsslmmee
t ment. I president. In recoKnitlon of his work western boundary and the Atlantic 4d Mr. Qlbbs and friend Mr. Evans. Tuesday April 10th.
y Doubtleas one. explanation Is that In the pen with which U ,wa approved, Ocean on the east and far enough In. of Tampa was calling on friends In the On Tuesday, March ZTth ti.e: stork
d ,recent years there has been a growing Although he holds some of the most land to be out of reach of the coast disorders The ,utah.4-; east part of town on Tuesday, Paid a visit to the home of Mr. and .
t.nd.ncy to credit to the current administration Important committee assignments In we are never troubled with 0, .. -s-u a. .'a Mrs. O. W. West has been spending. Win. J much w".r the" Importantlegislation. the senate organization, among them these troubles.We : the winter here and left for her home .
.t, Thus hear of tnla administration the chairmanship of the commerce have an occasional cold wave, *5tt'i at Alliance, Ohio. this week. Mr. Henry Kpple and daughter Miss
bill and that administration committee It wa. Senator Kletcher's but these only drive out the malaria SvI On Tuesday evening. March S7th Rda, attended the encampment on '...
L bill, etc, etc. misfortune not to be a member of the and purify the atmosphere causing our Miss Myrtle Dedraw and Victor Mapes Tuesday. .
Th.r. Is still another plausible. reason ciyrency; committee of the senate when citizens to become more energetic than t were married by Rev. J. B. Westrott ,Mr. and )Ir.. S.Y', Rode Mr. and
.At., also and that Is pride of authorship hi. agItation for rural credit finally during the heated term. ... at the lakevlew Hote; only a few Mrs. Cirlffln. who have been spendingthe
Itself -a disposition among somel.gi.lators We have boast of our dellKhtful A.--. winter here' left on Tuesday furtheir
to
1 forced the Issue In conarress. lie was '"' friends present. ,
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to "have a finger In the i given a, place 4>n the committee however climate but we have been so accustomed .....: ..;. :::.. & Work wo"-: the cut-off. which Is to home at Brownsetown, 111.
: ,pie," even If the facts have decreed daring the perfection of the to It that we could take It all I I ..-..-_... shorten the distance between St.' Cloud Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ramsdell will occupy
kte they shall not have all credit and even leatslatlon. and had an Important partIn as a matter of course. were It not for -- and county more than two the B. W. Rode property on
.t If their ambitions deprive the real: author Its pa..a...,throu..h the senate the numerous exclamations of delightwe e'hT. ernttrbKn :Maryland avenue during the summer. -
'g of the credit coming: to him. ,
There I. the currency law. How many And It was Senator Fletcher' reportof other sections not only from the north Tuesday for their home In New YOrk pressing and cleaning outnt. .
r. people In Georgia have the rometest the Investigations of his commissionIn and west, but those who are here from after spending the winter months In The Eastern Star will have an Eastersupper
Idea as to the Identity of It. author Europe that furnished the basis of Georgia, North and South Carolina St. Cloud.H. in the>> G. A. R Hall Saturdaybeglnnnlng .
the man who wrote the bill and pressed hte legislation finally enacted. He had Alabama and other southern states. F. Cartwrlarht. from Nebraska has at 5.10.Messrs. : .
.t, first, through the lower house ofoonsrrossr entered upon his work for rural credit. The banana still continues Its wonderful purchased the Cooper property onMlnn..ota James Johnson McEndree e
The identity of the author ..in a methodical business-like way. growth. Corn Is strong and avenue.The and Murphy left on Tuesday spend
of this legislation regarded by many He had biased the Ions trail before healthy looking. Potatoes are almost I War Loan Ad. Frem London limes.Newspaper W. C. T.U.. and L.' T.' t.. held a the summer at Johnson City, Tenn.Mr. .
as the biggest achievement of the Wilson others In public life had given a.aeri. ready for gathering. and the wallowing advertisinghas also played picnic last Friday on the lake front between Isaac Bevler. who has been.
administration Is known to comparltlvely ous thought! to the problem of furnish.ing I old hard times has In store for us only Important part.I In campaigns. to raise Ohio and Indiana avenues. All spending some time at Lakeland' arrived
few persons outside I of con better financial arrangements forthe a. caution about future trouble, whichIs an report a good time. In St. cloud Monday evening 10-
gress. The public generally Is satisfied farmers of the country. Ho began unlooked for even by Madam Ru. volunteer armies Mr. and Mrs Lewis Shamoon and call on old friends ,
f to accept It ... an administration law hal ,work with the Introduction and mor or her friend, Old Probabilities.We Mrs Dederald motored to Klaslmmee
and credit the Wilson administration passage through congress of a resolution are at present domiciled with our sinews of war. We know how Europe on Tuesday. The Tallahassee Daily Democratwill
with Its passage. And the, admlnlstra. providing for the appointment by friend Peter Ravage, and his admirable has kept her sinews pliant and efficient. The garrison of the Army and Navy
tlon. more especially the president himself the president: of a commission: : to go lady. Miss lake Myrtle. Is still the Union met on Monday afternoon In the be sent to any address for the en,5
and'his brilliant secretary of the broad and study the land-bank svs- diligent scholar st the High School. America therefore, Is In a much bet. Masonic Hall and mustered In two new tire session of the 1917 legislature for ,\1
treasury. Is deserving of much praise tems successfully 'In operation In the The devoted mother by her direct.clear ter position than we were at tbe beglu- recruits.Joe only One Dollar. It will be the most '
fr..hi.ltUIatlon-\ But Carter Glass 61d country. This commission co-op- and simple explanations of difficult 1'hlpps has accepted a position R.cl..rk .
of Virginia, Is entitled alao to lots of .rnt.d with a commission from the problems parts with her daughter lung of any; of the aye wars\ which In H. C. Hartly's hardware store. important session in yeirs. Keep up
credit. As chairman of the banking !Southern Commercial Congreas. which In the morning he..I: "II'.d.c: brought us'face to face with weighty Mr. and Mrs. Carman. who have been with its doings. Address '
and currency committee the house also had been created at the Instanceof hour approaches fully that. economic financial and social problems.The guests at the New St. Cloud Hotel this TilE DAILY DEMOCRAT.
he-was the author of the law and the Floridian who had been created the daughter ha a thorough knowledge winter left Wednesday morning for
,' there are few men In America today lit thff Instance of the Florldlan .who of the exercises for the day. banks and trust companies of their home at St. Louts, Mo. Tal'ahessee, Fla.ABSOLUTELY .
t bankers Included. who understand Seaded both commissions. All 'hall the Valley Oasette. You; are this through which Europehas Mrs. James Evans who has been the
'w the law half so well ... Glass. Ordinarily After the commission had returned doing a noble work for the county and country, guest for a few days of Mrs Clarissa
L the currency law. should and '0 America and the agitation for rural should.there be any among us who fall conducted much of her war llbbs, left Wednesday morning for her tile Outala That Dots Hot Affect The .KM*
, would bear the name of !.Ula..." but rtdlta had begun to crystallize, scores to appreciate your services they are financing are at one with the nation's home at Tampa.On Because of Its tonic and. laxative effect.LAXATIVE -
r for some reason It Is being passed if hllln were Introduced In congress. those who haea_ lack of good sense. Wednesday the survey will be BROMO QDININBli bettertbaaordipuarf
t- down to posterity a. a nameless" though ride of authorlshlp was at work-but But It.. time for..a hold-up. So good Industries, In affording the government started for the new railroad. Quinine sad does not cam acnon.ne. aor
efficacious waif. '1 the end the report submitted by 8enor bye until pext week. REX. the resources with which to meet the Rev Qemmlll Mr. L .1; Fletcher was accepted an offering and M. F.' Barber attended the '..n- tnok aw : ot B. W. OfcOVK..,
:k .' The rural credits legislation other: *>.> most plausible and effective system. eventualities of war. For example the

k' wise and more properly known ... the "Blessing the Food" In' Poland. Guaranty Trust Company; of New York C .

farm credits law, furnish still another Poland and her Easter feasts are has recently reduced to book form its -
Jt and even a more glaring discrimination There Is the uatterof modified cloure -
,. .' against a worthy leglslstor. or. more In the senate Ko far as the genral heralded widely. "Blest ., Properly, the denial of hlmof hi. due public Is advised the amendment lit Buster time ,Is fully us "aaclent a a pamphlet entitled "War Loans STOPS ALL LEAKS
modicum ,
of
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credit. b
Duncan U. Fletcher o the reules of the senate ) which
t of Florida literally I. the father of 'Irbnte will be limited In the future, custom and in more familiar. It is and the United States," there Is some

,mi+ no the wise farm associated credit law, yet his name Is In was drafted by bl-partlsnn commit now spoken of u purely a Slavic fea rather striking Information. The United GRAPHELASTIC ROOF PAINT
with It. except by tI.e Democrats and Republicans,
4 ',' persons Intimately familiar with Its ...trR conference: with the president.As : ture. In the houses of the prosperous, States now holds approximately thirty;

cspltallxed hl.toryand this legislation has. been a matter of fact the amendmentwas before the war the tables fairly per cent of the world's supply, it pointsout. SOLD UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEE
by men in public life. drafted originally by Senator
In Justice 10 the many who have Hok Kmlth. of Cleorgla. and IntroducedIn groaned with viands for the aster din' This Is an Increase of thirty-six; NOT AN EXPERIMENT, BUf AN ESTABLISHED) TESTED PRODUCT

", \ aouht! .: i0i"UcV capital' out oC rural the senate one year ago. In the form ner that followed close upon many per cent over the amount held by this '

?J, _ _. _ _ _fair_ _to _say. _that_ _many_ ..-and. language finally agreed.. vpon.supposed ilajs of very abstemious fqstlng.. Be- country In 1914 and upon us la thrown Craphelattic will make an old) roof as good as new. Any one can apply

fore the meul was prepared In any the obligation of employing It. Intelli it For 5 years the standard\ roof paint of the South.

household, ;greut 'or small the food gently. We are, discharging this obligation OUR PRICES: Barrels 52 gallons 60c per gal. Half barrel., about

': was brought in baskets to the:It loans by and cslng the It extension as a basis of for credit foreign 30 gallons. 65c per gallon. Less than half barrels. 75c per gallon.
where
Letters From Our Readers churches priests sprinkled
II I I Graphelastic will cover about 200 square feet to the gallon. .
with holy water and gave ,|'t their Warring Nations ,.lnallolall1'8tl'Onll..
Graphelastic Liquid Cement for roofs in bad condition $1
very gal.
blessing. A lamb cooked whole formed Facing as we do, the possibility of per ;

the centerpiece ,of the table, BS much floating in this country, not only; European .Graphelastic heavy: cement. 50 pounds. 8c per pound.

aa a goose In Germany or a turkey in war loans but also loans of our Above prices subject to 10% discount for cash. 4.

KISSIMMKH!: witness a that the present which month Is to the United States at a Christmas dinner. own. it is comforting to realize that }
has
wedding not been
Since the Invaldlatlng .of bosda by excelled In this or any.other county, .- tbe financial strength of Great Britain Graphelastic Manufacturing Co. ;
the Supreme Court, there appears to be Rex has been Invited to perform the and France has not been affected In '
/ a lull in the excitement attending. the ceremony, he will have to suppress the
construction of roads for which It was names for the present but will give English Practice of "Lifting." the slightest degree by; the tremendous : GENERAL OFFICES I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
., Intended and the selection by the full details In the near tuturut. Since I
Board of County Commissioners of an the raIn. crop reports are favorableand An English custom at Easter la the o u o
; alien company to lay the roads "appear present conditions give promise of country districts and one which still
to bo entirely forgotten, although this one of the finest crop. known for many Is the
: prevails. of
last act had been severally condemnedby year I.et< u. review this high cost of practice "lifting" on I
.' very many of our taxpayers. Those living question and set what effect It Easter Monday and Tuesday. In purely i N. 4 Ff1 $iz ZOiC.M I "
.', who voted fjr the proposal-Ouy. I* calculated to have on our farms. ,' ,.ut5V'P'a I5.t. '
t Overstreet and Walker-having been Meat has gone 'up. Wo raise cattle, ; a spirit of game and fun two strongmen
recognised as men who have the good sheep hogs and chickens In abundance join hands across each other's DIXIE I I FLYER AND DIXIE LIMITED L I

and welfare of Osceola at. heart we Deer turkeys and blrda I ,are found wild wrists and having thus formed 'saddle -
', are perfectly satisfied that there must In almost{ all.i parts of the county and a 00 I I' .i'ttl4 I ALL-STEEL ELECTRIC-LIGHTED
have been good reasons for the selec enormous quantities of fish are found from the assembled crowd lift one I :t : TRAINS FOR
tion. In our lakes and creeks Corn and rice man after another three times Into the l I I '
CHICAGO AND St
In the meantime our Democratic are ralsen even and a very LOUIS
'. rooster, an. entirely disinterested. party mall area reucelnc;, latter will air. This custom la supposed to have : 1 I .
i views the social and political situation feed a large family Strawberries are been Intended originally to signify the DIXIE FLYER DIXIE LIMITED
4 'With disfavor. The recent advances In .o abundant that ten cents per quart Lv Jacksonvllle..A C L 8.30 PM Lv Jrcksonvllls. ACL gig AIW ,
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v bread and meat reminds him that his In trade Is all that I. paid for them and joy of Christians In the resurrection.
'Ar Macon _.._.. _GS&F 4.25 AM Ar Macon -------OS&F 4.31 PM
rapidly Increasing family are In dan the rapidity with which the Is
grass
'., ger.. The poultry market not demand growing gives assurance that the milk Ar Atlanta __....Cof t 7.40AM Ar Atlanta_ _ CofG 7.30 PM'
lag correspondingly high prices he and butter problem will be solved at Visiting carets: printed by the Valley ). 1 Ar Chattanooga .sCttll 12.12 PM Ar ChattanGo .. 1CIStI 11.43 PM "

I fears that the people at large will be the very lowest prices and the estab Gazette job Department. Continental Currency With Which the 1 Ar Nashville _,.IUSiL 4.45 PM Ar Nashville____NCtltl 4.07 AM
'* like the Methodist'preacher I and draw lI.hm.nt of vats for tanning bides will Colonies Financed the Revolution. I I
: Lv Nashville _._mill 8.1S PM Lv N..hvlll..L&N.
on his kingdom. We have, certainly soon put the shoe question In the 4.15 AM ..
t had a One election crop during March shad; and here we stand. strain to which It bas been subjectedIn I Ar St. Louis .-_.. I C 7.20.AM Ar Ev.navlll..L&N 8.38 AM

_first Baturnay. compulsory'education; Several thousand acre. of unbended OOO.OOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOO $ the last two and half. The Lv Nashvllle__._. LAN 4.53 PM Lv Evansville ....L&N M8 AM I
,
second Baturday white man's primary, land give our kO.UOO head of cattle unlimited years a Ar Evansville----- 9.S8 PM Ar St. Louis .....L&N 2.00 PM ';
t I and the last Saturday general. city. range and the nibbling sheep WK PRKKfCR LIVING EVEN AT wealth and resources of both countriesare Lv Evansvllle .... C&EI 10.25 PM Lv Evansvllle _., .C\VKI MS "
,Our professional fishermen have had a can follow after them and llr. heart HIGH COST, AM .
that there Is .
so enormous no prob-
LvVlncsnnes.._.C&EI 12.08PM Ar s..C&lCI
fin season's catch and the. hook and ily on what they ,leave. Hogs thrive : 10.16 AM
line brigade have not failed In the on the rough ranges so that wo really .t There are men who argue living ability of loss through loans to their Ar Terre Haute..CAKI 1.SJ AM Ar Terre haute..C&EI 11.40AM

performance of their. part. The lakes know but little about the' high cost of Is high but they might try governments. With all our tremendous Ar Danvllla.......CAKI 3.13 AM Ar DanvIIi. ,.__.0&1<;1 1.C7 PM )t-'a .
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,. and creeks have aided materially In living. In the city gardens can be + dying. A 1I"ln.man gets shaved "I
.keeping within bound the high cost of bad as there Is scarcely ar house" withIn for, 1C cents, but a dead one pays resources aril our present store'oCcold. Ar hIU&"n.C&EI 7.10 AM Ar,Chicago.C&EI 4.2S'PM <

living Jn the county the limits but what hal land enough $5 and never kicks. A grave digger we may look; upon the possibility; of a Compartmt sad Obttoa.UbrBr7. Sleeplnl&Can, comfortable, roomy and hall&&&!. ,
c Our legislative body have an arduous attached to raise a plentiful supply of will plant potatoes for 10 3..bolOv.l1e to Cbrsio.I '
1' task before them to please a largomajority1 vegetables for the -family and at no cents an hour but for planting bond Issue to meet the expenses) of war I Drawlnft-Room Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville. to Chicago and S,. Louis \..
;. of our people which Is Im- time of the year la there real cause for you ho charg-s four times as with much optimism. I ''Pt'ewfae.R fUeepmaOtre Ja-luonvilla to Atl-.ni. .Ij
poMlble. and much of the proposed not having something fresh to eat. i much. A car, to the theater costs i The Rt. lion.. Reginald, McKenna., 1-I Thoroadhfare Coaches, high-bark....... clectno-liKhtcd, Jackionville to CWca.o.
q legislation.. I. of a character calculated Many of our citizens have cows and '1. but every one to the cemetery. < Distal Cam serve all meals enroiiiro ,service ala Carte
,, create a .fierce and malignant op- produce their own milk and butter at costs 15. A brewery will fill your Chancellor of the British,Exchequer, I oir-.ii.fo ia..0.1" .... sninne cas atscsvarioiaarpir
position while the prohibition law Is I.I home. There Is only ono drawback to hide to bursting for BO cents but said recently that if the European war TO "N" TieagT seas? or I'
I calculated to bo of untold benefit to a all this-.the -native Floridian Is the the embalmer gets Its for the ', '
:.large claM of our eltlsentnaytter .. those who laziest man In tbe South. He loves to same',Jobt Come. to think of It were to end on March 81, Great Brlt- ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
rr'-r- measures on tse au.t.. see grow freely partake there are lots of things to live for i at ber present rat of taxation :
many'of them of"rh" stood ttrrr.ct before him, In this world despite the high" redeem ber whole national debt "THC STANDARD RAILROAD OT THE SOUTH { .
' rorttf and credit, who consider theto I but when It comes to giving old Mother prices and contrary weath -liz '
A.< W. "I TOY of t'l
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.. individuals and think' their! Earth /ut good aquare acraTplnr to pro- : . than forty:years) //besides meeting, ........ / J.G.KI". (LAND
VISION .1. sasSy a. C. I.. ,v,.,.? ...... "
.jtersooalljr, ; liberty"Irr Is Invaded. It Is I clue../he ain't there. A pAcnl. or some tst chargW a* they; ,fill due, ':,aC..OIfIVILIrIl, ft A, , TAM il."L". ,iS.AW. \., '

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11 i INTERESTING COMMENTS fROM STATE [ II IIIJ I Better Farming in the .South 1 IS 'BLUSH OF SHAME :GREA HUMAN DRAMA!



NI.t True ftmmpm A head. IBlountatown 1
Tampa Tribune Bvery neighborhood Record: Oovernor
h.* U* he-hyena or chlvf candal-llar I I. going' to hit some stumps next SOUTHERN FARMER'S' FERTILIZER ADVANTAGE' Beautiful Writings in Wondrous' Book ofi
of her In Legend Concerning the
who having no character own the shape o( unmanageable :
'attempt* to tar down the reputation sentative It Is doubtful If 'his : J to Be Marvel of
of other. There are but two courie snorting. *teer*>. Radical and ') : Peculiar Hue of the Continue

of treatment for this type of female i will be able to complete their. South's. Ospoalta of Phosphatle Materials an Aid In Boll Weevil Fight, All Centuries. .
tar' and feathers or Jail. In one neigh. Tiger Uly. .,
borhood of this town afflicted with thle ,
peNt It has not yet been fully decided "D... Did It'" C. A. WJl TTL -
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which treatment to apply. Blountstowrt Record! Easter MONO the'Christian legend of fYF A MAN die shall .he live
on and after Recently a' Southern fertilizer con phatlc fertilisers most'readily available A I "
gain? This is from
haO'dPh' question
"$.mp" 4ueNio.MAcdenny .) your I t you might go obtained. a large order for acid aa plant food. Hence this Is why the lily .we find the origin of the *

Standard! : Many timelweek k clam In the beach backyard of and. scrub "that phosphate from Holland at $65 per ton. agricultural authorities are stressingits tiger or turtacap lily All lilies the book of'Job, the oldest ape '
yours.4Nixl
vUltor drop In at the Standard Contrast this S6.00 per ton with $20.00 use in fertilizers for boll Weevil' were In the beginning white and all clmen of human literature extant llo--

office the Tampa and aak Tribune.yan per ton paid by the Southern farmer, territory, where the purpose Is to hasten held their fair heads proudly erect,'but mer, one of the earliest specimens of

twice the same day lat week. "What Ocala Banner: Whatever else If the Dutch. farmer can afford to maturity of the plants and to get 'on the night In which.. Christ suffered: Green literature dates back: to about

four state. papere were the beet. We JIT..'.. may or may not do It ought to pay $55 per ton for acid phosphate as much ''cotlon set as possible before In the garden of Gethtemane some fell 800 B. C. The blind Greek: epic poetIs

many>*fued reaon to anewer lioweverwwe the question will repeat for crease the pay. of fhe private! make It pay how much more can the weevil has developed In sufficient from grace. When the other flowers supposed to have been the contemporary ,'

here what the two visitors told uthey Southern farmer obtain when be number to get all.the'new squares and became of his of King David the poet-king of
thought! One said: 'The Tampa nerdev JackemaeetBlonntitown buy about three times as much the bolls that. form as It will do lateron aware agony, they withered Israel. The era of Moses Is about
Tribune Miami Metropolis, PLoIidzLTilne.iJniOn Record: Another away with sorrow and pity. Only
phosphate with the T in, the '
and the I'en..cola.N.w.. *." ure of the situation I*, those sao money season one lily was Indifferent, and when 1009 years II. Gj or about BOO yearsbefore
Dutch farmers are shrewd and thrif
down the border
on' are liable to *
uraylng attain.DeLand ,. They (have', developed agriculture thorn three bitter hours had passed, David and Homer. When Job

lat -The Ws.rsW1.aDunta ----. a very high slate of efficiency and PUSH COTTON IN till flaunted her spotless beauty in the was written1, '' a puzzle to all scholars,,
Come ":V I.e,," WEEVIL TERRITORY as Is the question who wrote the book. '
know
Oorda lIerald! Accepted a. they quite well what can be light of the moon. The soldiers came

<. ..ndldate for governor In 1920; "State' success of New the : No, Dear. Reader; with acid phosphate} at $55 per --::", and as Jesus was led out from the garden Whoever\ wrote It was a genius sure '

S .....tor Ion.. 1... "Farris of Huval.count; Sanfcord celery crop' .. Their land Is not poor. 'To theconftary J. C. Prldmore Agronomist I The book is
Thorns. ... West, attorney-general, nothing to do with Bob HolI) of Olives he paused for a moment ,. not only about the
"',n. A. MoHne. commissioner. of agrl It Is highly developed and Inquiry"How would you fertilizeto beside the tall stem covered with the earliest specimen of the production of "
Believed. to be preparing to fertile. Every rod that can possibly beat the boll weevil the cotton!" "
vulture. .. MelofeSsIHuwannoe to
,. white flowers for a moment he human mind extunt but is In the form '
run for governor. ; Van C. $! 8wearlnwenj looks. used for agriculture Is cultivated In growing cotton under boll weevil ,
lL Mi'gg pf Jacksonville; Cary Democrat: It ; razed on them in flltylnC'rflprol\c't for of drama. a way of presenting Intellectual '
like
Oovernor a garden. They have found that
Catts I I. between the '
conditions, several factors( must be
.A. Ilnrdee Carter,of of Live.Arcadia.Cattn oak'.and Editor. Andrew and the deep blue sea" In the \ matter bow'rlcb their soil, fertilizing given consideration. Theland should their blindness and their hardness of thoughts. not known elsewhere '

ton county sit*-squabble.Navy It pays. Out of their experience be well drained and well supplied with heurt, and touched by the love and until ni.n, centuries after this earliest ".

For. I'resldeMi "lloosers"r.,_ they find that It pays them now to vegetable matter. Good seedof a./variety mercy In his eyes they hung .their; raise en acen&twas put before the world.'

Florida RecordTom: Watson *ugtsefft Tavnre Herald: In spite of the as much as $55 per ton In acid. adapted to the' locality shouldbe heads and blushed ; so, to this hour, the The writer was not only a genius but'

11.2(1.| Just Oovernor eight Catt week for ago president today the In that bonze hall been banished from phosphate. chosen, and, of course. a variety descendants of this proud plunt lookdown n man of broad and varied experience.He .

lipcord said "It I navy Hweretary Daniel has that will mature Its fruit quickly and inul) nlmim- have been "learned In all the.
J-lorlda : not aa long :large. number of 'chaer" Aids. In Combatting Boll Weevil dyes their petals.From must
n ....1' from a governor' mansion to resist wilt should be planted. Fertilize "
wisdom( of the Chaldeans and of the
Under conditions the middle ages comes anoth.rreligious
boll weevil
the White Hoime a* It Is from 1'cKun. early
and
lak to Tallahassee.We'll i' 1..II..tI of cotton Is esuentlal. Acid liberally, properly cultivate. legend of the Illy. There curly Zc>roas rlans'of Persia.It .
On the heavier soils, such as the red
Keep the. PromUe ,lor 1'lorlda the late Record. Adjutant-General: The annual....I .. phosphate, of course promotes the fru clays and, clay loams, the use of a fertilizer was once'we rend a great monasteryIn presents a phase of human thought, '.

01'1County' ntUen! cSceola has I bouiit\) In blacki.tusIaptiaio., and aturlng.9f cottons All agricultural carrying 10 per cent to 12 p<*r the northern Pyrenees where the as old as humanity. The book dwells '.

l.rGml..d to build her hard road from I authorities are now recom cent phoHphoric acid 3 to .4 per cent monks devoted their. lives to study and .upon the whole, subject of evil and

KlMBlmincB to: the outi| county linn In ." mending liberal use of acid phosphate nitrogen and a small iercentot 'potash to charltgi, And It came to pass that good and presents the author of evil
trifr| to pr'54-rv. the ,IIxl& Highway I Punts Oorda Herald: Teddy fertilizers .aR an Important measure
.Jut.Jirl gl."I,.''dU't'lt. "' II 'lrrIf'jIr.: :, 'is the Tintn.. 1orda and he aald .that combatting the boll weevil. it It can be had should be ..used.Afiply one duy they found woman dead on offering himself In consultation In tbe .
l.rfper tlr .- '" h"". .'Uorda...ha traj>Uvat<1dtlm. It at the rate of 250 to 400 pounds the slope of the hills, with a little baby presence of the author ot, good. It Is
spks. but for the sake of urahgeIhat plain CBB.'Or mutual It Jlhe Sout.bcmfarmer! to pay whlchl\
Cttpttinllu :
own might Buffer the loss of the hlgh- $55 per'ton for 'acid phospbald'baVa'disadvantage per-Bfirfc... O. lighter' noils' in boy clasped still( sleeping In her arms, the old Id<<:a theZoroastrlans. wltbiUielr
phcmikhorus
way If OBt-c'ola should fall to build. soonnough Uob' .'....1... !!"- he would face! Since nitrogen. 1'HIvot81lh"areall Filled wltbrpltyT .th -t o ..the-bnd! Onnurd ant) Ahrlraan. .It divides '.
I>UI.- Hllahwa.Irav..1 dlvert- usually deficient, a fertilizer
carrying -
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ed, to the west of then counties would Florida Record: Bob McNamee only pays. about one-third thin price all three elements la desirable.; hoine'to the abbey and gave him the humanity Into two classes-on '

mean Ifreparable. .loaa-to both. tluit Hilly Parker ran the free' fortunately situated he'ia' !. Na Use 10 to 12 per' cent phosphoric acid, tenderest care. Tears went by apd!; the following the good spirit, the other the
with an a"undRn".or, ginger and
-I-.*' ...-.... .. oOrange (lass" .e.t. .. ""ar Itt;..!oC..,. ..!""leoQ.. ban placed:.ofrock here In the South 3 or i per wnt nitrogen and 1 01',2, buhy grew to be a big, strong boy; fair bad. ,The drama represents the evil. ,
Cltlseni That .. great.4epoaits '" hogphate_ per cen.( putat County was a when treated with sulphuric .
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rlirht lAd who contended that "May- "Poor 'Fall.debsst"Tampa becomes acid 400 pounds to( tbe acre. mid '"wfoet. but no, labor,, either on his obtaining permission to' torture'
phosphate, an ingre
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bright, Wall and old via I Knight coma speaker at 11// prohibition. rally In 'Not cnly is the Southern farmer fa. SOY BEANS IN' THE ROTATION.. him to lenrri. Even the prayers to his'heart's content In order to test

InT lahassee.lineal air. ''I.1 Ponr"Nobody lla-de-haa. know how! Its. by reason of the natural de- -' recommend; und pwilms' 'which he had heard from his faithfulness to God. To the afflictions .
'NVlll
"Tadpole ..olltl....;.." am." of phoflphHllc materials. but, in rotation Inquiry in- which you beans cotton a his Infancy seemed to make np IrapresMlon of loss of property and health,

recent )years the South has become soy on his mind but ever on his lips la added the solicitation of his friends,
tAke City Index: Talk about doing A Bet her. ""Truth"." and some other Crop will be used?
away with county commissioners; thewomt great manufacturer of sulphuric recommended. I were these three ejaculations: "I believe who argue with hIm to "curse God anti
will be the tadpole: polHlclans Melbourne Time: A certain ''' Sulphuric acid haw an 'Import Soybeans are highly
objectors In Codf! I hope In God I love die." Job Is against all
proof temptation
and the pee-wee country ..dl' recently stated that "Hell I. full of in forms of manufac. They are a' legume and I therefore do
place
ton who still want to be able to re- necked" gowns And striped Bilk turing,. abd Is many one" of the essentials not require much nitrogen. The hay God I" Qver and over he would repeat J I and to these arguments of his, "
Inns. Well, Well: who would
nitnd effort county elected commissioners them and that that therefore. their thoulf t,IU We. had the Idea all making munitions ot war, hence Is abundant and tbe feeding value the words and"the monks smiled indal- friends replies, "Though: be ,slay. me,.

they must pay them. back: ]ut listen. time- that It wa a place. .of large quantities of it have been drawn high: The oil mills afford/ a ready gently, os they heard his voice chant. yet will I trust. him." .

for 1C Heart Knew Teddy and delinquent. sir' ': 11..1up\ subscribers.No. to date I* an .. the munition plants at enhanced maiket for the bean, and the cake Ing over his three simple prayer while 'It"Is many ages since this representation .

dition camp In-Mexclo. chasing The high market for sulphuric which Is produced by the mills has be lay' beneath a tree on the hillside' of the struggle between the good) '
Tampa Tim**: Jarkaonvllle had a values.
Roosevelt where a low neck would be"a h..av ld has lifted the price of acid phosphate splendid. .feeding watching his sheep. or tolled as he
that had ,
rutnor yesterday vision and a dead head paper a ( A good notation to follow Is cotton and tbe evil In man was written. Humanity ,
Veen drowned while fishing near Punta over that cf former'yearn, but loved' toll the flowers In the
to
end. We know-we've Just Rot among
has made huge strides in knowledge -
fiord*. 'Hatil! If Teddy's boat was tooverturn "' to prevent its still' being a followed by corn with soy beans,' fol. -
her'd drink I all the water In lowed by oats and cowpeas. For 'walled. garden. : .' and has added much to'Its comforts "
flection. of the fculf walk back to . ... a law" economical plant food.
that unusu'al stillness
But
southern conditions Hollybrook and one day an was since
In mechanical Inventions)
land and then ,
Florida
the shore on dry "spit"the Record:*
The QyUkly l Available Form Mamrnouth Yellow are recommended. noted, and, going out to Inquire the
watei* hack to keep the flshe from "Are your' neighbor*"very badT then. Huge, cities have been built,
:-dylnir. It I* evident that those Jacksonville Pass a law. .Acid phosphate Is that form of pnos- --J. N. HAnPEIl, Agronomist., cause they found the..body'of the lad railroads have been constructed. steamships -
folks don't know .
'Teddy.p. Po they smoke? Do they chewTPass amid the with strangelywise
-- lying roses a have been built one of which
a law. --- ----------- -
...'i.. Are' they bothering you TPa smile.on. his still lips. The monastery would hold practically all the commer-

Punta lorda Herald! The remnant'of a law. :. .I teemed :very empty and lonely merclnl navies of the.world la the time '
Hrmlnole Indian In the Everglades are Don't they do a* you,would. do? ALL SPEAK OF RESURRECTION '
to the monks wben the boy was laid
In a deplorable condition. They. have Pass a law. of Job. In psychology and aU, the''Btud
nufferea for want of rain. They have Are your wages awful. low to rest In'the bare little cemetery, and of the mind vast strides have
i no -birds, no '''gator and many are Pass a law, Awakening of' Buds and Blossoms teN often one or the other would steal
wHhout food., They: \ now being visited Are the price much too night been taken but In the first and'peat
by a .._
'C. the turk.y.'roo.t..o hIgh? .
may be removed to Oklahoma. They Belief In Immortality. BO' no one wondered wben they
,
.hould be cared for by the government I'allll a law, I where humanity was' In -this1 far-off
... they. have been deprived o( their When M. 1>. find new disease. .' saw a lily growing tall and stately. time. when thIapla'waa. penned. *-|

birthright. Pa. a law. enfermltls.Measules PoetS'and philosophers had mourned Bach one thought that one of the oth
not the
mump or It Is not a' question of Intellectual'
rtmmmifrm" croup or "experltlsT". ,1'I pathetically over the Inequality of nature er brethren had planted the flowers '
knowledge of material science. It I"
!fBaek
Lent we all should fly to pieces.
In 'this. that while other things and so paid no special heed until tho
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beLand New.: Vardaman one of the Pas law. a question of faith. Some have.tkia<
men who mlarepreeenta. Mlllppl In Are :lights burning- red? had another life In store yet man, who blossoms opening, they saw la golden
the senate of the United State. asserts Pass a I law. appeared like the lord of creation him. letters clear on the petals. "I believe faculty and some hare) It not, just a*,,.
thnt he will\''vote to give the president Paint 'em green or paint 'em. It was In the days.of Job. It Is Jwt
tall the menand money he want. to Close up all ttimn place tllt'h',1 self seemed to have bo resurrection. I hope' I love." Then they knew thatIt
prosecute the war.' The president My our town I I. such a Ight--!" . '
dnocn't need Vardaman' vote. He will Pas a law els Is the best.- The .
get all the money and men he want Ooodnes sakes but aln'tdt found to have risen.from the grave to springing from the Innocent heart of
with alembic and all the b'poi
without the assistance of menof the M). what are' we going to dot g!."4 them who, obtained for the first time the lad and bearing for all to see and parap
Vardaman trlpe.> Vardaman and Almost anything ain't.1.wlul,1W' of a chemical laboratory or i ivt
Vtone ought to resign They have disgraced And the Judge"' I I. human too any glimpse of the truth. It must In. learn the simple prayer with which he the anatomist falls to find i ,
the South. Pas a law.'* deedhave been like a "new creation.: had earned his place in the everlasting
o. In man or any God in the world, form.th" .
"Old things passed away and .all garden of God.
working hypothesis that matter Is
++to oo o oqot..tt things become new"
STOMACH eternal and varies in its phases while
END, 'TROUBLE. + '. . It la the spring of the :year J OOOOOO Ooo OOO.OO.O"OO.
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA + .I" I"'II NRVKIt:: : WAft AAT :: as to God there is no such thing.....Tb.
"". AN1 1WirKAD" O('ATK "Rise up, and come away. For, lo '
g. IF YOU RECEIVE THE KIS- man with faith in his soul looks out
the winter U past, the rain is over and i
t oo oo OOOtO t the SJMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, upon the universe and as Napoleon on

Tape's piapepsin" makes Sick, Sour gone; the flowers appear on "earth; + .- ' ,* the.desert who stretched tils, hands
the time of singing Is ,come. And ordered\\:
Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine That Jesus was not a pacifist I I. 1 '* without having that It e above his head and said to the.Voltairian
what Is spring after winter but nature be for it'will *
sent to no payment
In five minutes.If gist of the following quotation you, French philosophers around.him,
'
speaking of tl\e resurrection 'of her be asked of The .
an article. In Ihe'Ap'rll American you. who were all arguing In favor of athe-
.sine ..ntltl d.' "My Silent Lord It 1. the season when day Is '< County Commissioners of Osce- *
what you just ate Is souring on which gives. n new Interpretation CHRIST It riien. Oh,ye sorrowful! lengthening and mastering the night ; '* ola county are paying for it as lum: i tit you are right, who made all '
;your. stomach or lies like a lump of 0 for this this 7" so be forms his work hypothesis
the life ,of Christ all applied' to. your lean; He i I. not here. light Is overcoming darkness; and life an advertisement coun-
lead refusing to digest or you belchas 4 there be God. and from/
Take hit loved 00 ty. Your name has been supplied I hat must a
problem: this menage to one. springing out of apparent death ; as
and eructate sour, undigested 4 to them by of friends 4 this follows the corollary that man baa '
"lie went down to Jerusalem. at one your
food or have a feeling of dizziness Death it robbed of alt in fear. In the returning presence of him who
in the hope that would be *
you an Immortal part, in him. too. The
of his work'
very beginning"" ; public ,
heartburn fullness bad .taste is life and light and nmkethall
nausea very very interested in this section of Flor- *
in mouth and stomach-headache you all the way along the road he heard hnn ii ri enl I swells the 1tO y. things new. And all this Is as the *Ma. 4 least that can be said Is that the rightto

can ge\ blessed relief in five minutes' complaint of the peasants about Forty oVyi on earth to May. earnest of that great morning wherein 4 9 > believe, the eternity of matter and

Put an end to stomach trouble forever exaction and oppression of the And detoendi again from _lorYNoc It is said], "we shall be like him." OOOOOOO OO o OOO'I the right th>> deny the existence of a ere '

S>y getting .a large fifty-cent case ofPape's When temper. he wa finally pretty reached well nroused the city until the Judgment day. *'"VVhen I awake up after thy llkenessi --- . -. otor involves the right'to believe In a, t

I Diapepsin from any drug store. trade Into that temple and stood *(II ritual universe and to affirm the ex f
I shall be satisfied with It. I
You realize in five minutes how needless He the Martyr of Salvation. '
a young giant Hnionx that n<>f\ (' Istence of God.
it is to suffer from indigestion, of traffickers. ll" saw the poor Who for man dead>'.highway trod. t '
timidly forward and drive their tate. dlsclne. ,
Had bitter '
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.It bargains with the priests. ; his Livei for ev'ry clime and nation breath. To have'a'flne healthy complexion_ ,"
is the quickest surest stomach doc boiled. He stooped down and and a general ':no account" feeling I* a I the liver. must be active, the bowel '
bits of cord In the tuny belt of God I sign l ot torpid liver. Herbin.. II,
tor in the world. It's wonderful. up Borne that lay at sure a regular and the blood pure. All this Is
feet and while he watched he half the medicine needed. It make the liver.
consciously braided, them into a Loud the golden harps are ringing brought about by timing Herblne. It
If you cough all night you Ret no 'Then suddenly he strode. Round the throne of God high active, vitalise the blood. regulate ... thoroughly scours the liver. stomach '
on
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rent nor doe anyone else In the houseKeep .. Into that wrangling crowd of the bowel and restore a flrie feelingof -
within reach a bottle of Ballard' I thieve, and began hurling", their Angel homexuhlnalinli.... energy and cheerfulne Price 60c. ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS ,nd bowel, puts the body In One condition
ters to the foor.( On. after the and restores that clear pink and
Horehound By run. "It I III then easy to he flung their. table. and chair Jesus lives no nor to die. Bold by Osccola Pharmacy. aad WOOD WORKING MAchiNERY whit complexion. so much desired by' ,
top the tickling which causes 'the him; he opened! the cage where A complete line of Mill Supplies and Oaciola.
ladle Pharmacy.
Price by
.,tuuKh.. when It appear Price 26c, 60c dove were kept; he turned their Haste, my IOU!.with |oy to greet Him; 'v. A. McCool and family have tone Heavy Machinery carried In stock 10c..80Id'
I loose upon them. The thieve to Beaver Falls.; Pa.. where they will "
I of
who i I. Lord all.
Osc'eolaPharmacy Pram Him .
*nd fl.OO per bottle. Sold by ped back amaxed;; the crowd spend the summer returning to KI.. fpr immediate- shipment. Get our' '
sense the situation flung", .. King of lingi and God Eternal slmmee. again In the fall. price. before placing- your orders J. J. Orlfftn the-'Duitltnff! Overland
eagerly at his back. And so, his andVIII".KnilJht auto d..I..r1 has returned
flashing Are his little whip rising Yet He deigni to hear thy calLt.ttrsttsppsppnnsp.fltfl MALSBY MACHINERY CO. from Jacksonville "he. '

ISLAXFOS. falllnv across. the back of the i AUTOMOBILE. ROAD MAPS OF 400-10 'J!!. Bar SI.. JarkMMvlIl Via. ._pent some time on business.. .
WHAT Ing- crew before him he drove '
forward through the court. Under FLORIDA ARE .IN DEMANDThe '

..., out In the city streets.. : ._ _ _ _ 11

-had,attacked unknown the, without stronghold':of Hare Entitles to Bounty.. complete automobile road map SOUTHLAND"ALLSTEEL ,I ,

privilege clean.and won. The.temple A custom once followed In the county of Florida (pocket edition), which is THE

Swept.. .of V.rwlck. England, at Coleshlll, being offered by the Valley Gazette I

'. is without foundation and Is queer for the small sum of 25c, is finding a : ELECTRIC-LIGHTED. 'TRAIN, I
CASCARAA ,
UX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED '
', enough to relate briefly If the young ready sale, and if you have not got '

DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE men of the Cole blll could catch a hare yours better get busy as they will Chicago, Indianapolis 'Cleveland Grand .

CATHARTIC) AND liVER TONIC a and bring It to the parson.of the parish not The last map any is great folded length Tn .a of. neat time.card.' Rapids Cincinnati, and LouisvilleLv .J
the
o'clock Easter
: .before ten Monday
LAX-POS it not a Secret or Patent Medicine board 'cover, of a size fitting the coat :
but ii composed of the following parson:was bound to give' them a calf'ehead pocket
old-fashioned roots and herbs: a hundred eggs for their break. size_ -and when opened is 21x29: LvWsycross ,_... ACE 10.30 PM Obeervatlon Car-Jack- ..

OASOARA BARK fast and a gold coin.Edropsan Inches It shows all automobile roads LvTIf ton__?...,. GSAF 12.40AM nonvjlle to Chicago; Jacksonville.to

BLUE FLAG ROOT ':-0 R.0 throughout the entire state,. tbe Dixie Lv Maeon......... CcfG 3.5SAM lziilianapoliaviaLouutviUeforoccu.( 4
Lv Atlanta LAN 7.1 AM until 7.30 a, m.) Jacksonville toCleveland j'
L.: DRUBBER' 8uper ltlon. Highway* and from ItJone can out ..?... pancy
RHUBARB ROOT, tick Lv Knexvllle.. I,A N 12.29PM (via Cincinnati) daily, and. "
If the wind Is In the east on Easter, at first glance any auto road Grand ,. "
BLACK ROOT Ar C.rbln..1... IAN .3.29PM Jacksonville to Rapids (rtCincinnati
MAY APPLE ROOT COPPER It 1. regarded In some lacea as a wise ida. being the latest revised it certainly Ar Lbultvllle _'. ": L &; N 9.00 PM ) 4'eeklLleavingJac .

plan to draw water and, to wash In It, is something we all should possess Ar Indlanapells. Penn 2.00AM sonnlla ,Mondays and Thursdays,
TIRES
.. -SENNA LEAVES BRASS as by this means one will avoid the to say the least and U complete in Ar Cincinnati... .LAN; '1.00 PM oachM JWIlOD-

.u". AND PEPSIN TUBES LEAD varoiss 111 effects' from' the east wind every detaiL The map also snows the Lv Cincinnati... GHAI 11.S9 PM 'ville. Thoroughfare to Chlcagobaggage; and, seat car '

lnLax.FoatheCAec&aAIs: Improved by ROPE SCRAP IRON throughout the remaining months of population of incorporated towns for Ar Grand Rapids GUAI 2.00PM Jacksonville to Cincinnati' ; large and

'the addition of these digestive ingredients the year. This. superstition exists oo the years Df 1910. 1900 and 1890 with Lv Cirseinnat .'.-. Penn .11.S9PM euyhJgh-b&cbdtaeJeotricliptad.; '

making it better than ordinary CAS- RAGS BONES the total population for'the years ArChlcag*-....* Penn 7.45 AM
CALL,and thus the combination acts aot the,.Eurooean continent.. mentioned.: It carries; the scale of Lv Cincinnati' .. Penn WJO PM Dlnlnft Cars serving. ,all meals aero-

.only ala stimulating laxative and cathartic .- SENDITTOISS'': iiiiptOtwi mllesy electric lines are indicated separately Ar Cleveland.6_. ,Pema 7.45AM ''vice ala eart .-

but also as digestive and liver tonic. ,
Syrup laxaUvee sreweak, bat L&.F08 .'f''_ .Writa'fw PtIcd3tAwa'1.4Mff4ua: ,,_.. On the reverse side ;of the map is a pea. DCY.L".i "r..TI.TO At TOO"etetesse. .asseT e. __ esecNvSeUSspear ., .

Combines: strength with palatable aromatic Drives Old JrVUUurU,Bonds Up SystemTbe complete Gazeteer of Florida, giving

taste and does not gripe of dJaturb'tbe Old aturfard ...-ni trmrtbealna: Ionic such information as banking towns, ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,RAILROAD

., stomach. One bottle will prove '..7 C.IlAY .MClt5o.iLL.vt. 0107*'$> TAanrautas chili TONIC H***eatMskriceathe money order postof flees, etc. .'THE STANOArlO IIAILItOAD.O" THK: SOUTH-: ,
" i uc-Fos is Invaluable for ConatipatiosKladigestioa .
bloo4aad bMld* .Ike eve.I. .IIITOT' J. O. KIHKLANDtvieioK

: "' or orpid U.... Price.Vk. I.. ... tees.... l'Wa4tdIa sad thildesa. I.|L.Fire Iniurance See. A. E. Drought.I ,..u.'o.(, A.p*.Wf....ell. sets ........ '. "***..*MNV. ..,. w ,,1
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ii FAVORITE FERTILIZERS:
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SALIVATES
\ MAKES' YOU.SICK AND .

ARE_THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS ..
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SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR, "DidsM's To Here's my guarantee to any drugstore ,;
Lhtr Tom" Is Harmless ( and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod- :"

CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, Clans Your Sluggish Liver aon's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and, '}

if it. doesn't straighten you right up .
CORN, TOMATOES !a u\ Bowels and make you feel fine and vigorous I'
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I want you to go back to the store and

Write for our .new price list on all brands Agricultural Chemicals Ugh) Calomel) make you sick. It's cot\ your money. Dodson'a Liver,Tone '.
InsecticidesJ Utfrjals. Etc horrible! Take a dose of tba dangerous iff i destroying the halo of calomel Vcause
drug tonight and tomorrow you may lone it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable .
BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES a day's work. therefore it can, not salivate or '.r
'4.'T Calomel is mercury or quicksilver make you hick ,,'
(are arriving daily-get our prices an. get the best. which causes necrosis of the bones. I guarantor that on spoonful of Dod.sQf's '

h We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing Calomel when it comes Into contact Liver Tone will put your sluggish '
; with sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver'to work and clean your bowels of
4 in rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer' Lime, Ashes it up., This is when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipate)l WRIte

Ii|II. and soft Phsophate.USE nausea'" and cramping. you are sluggish which ia clopfiinic/! your syntemand makIng -
J SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE i iNb 1.iS fb and "all knocked out," if your you feel miserable. I guarantee Illat-
borer is torpid and bowels constipatedor a bottle of ))ndKOn'" Liver Ton will '
'' on your citrus trees, for sure results. Manufactured by J. Schnarr R>Qv'''p t tS you have headache dizziness, coated kppp'J-onr entire family foclin" fin!!'for- ,

&: Co., Orlando our subsidiary.: tongue if breath is bad or stomach sour, months five It to your ,hiltJr,,". It ia I
just try a spoonful of liarmloir UodBon'a harmless; dncun't j'ripa; and they like its "

THE INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY't Liver Tone tonight on my guarantee. pleasant. _-.taste ___.______ __ _____ 1 1%..i\' \,
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FORMER MILITARY OFFICERSOF for our country, our wives end our' .

.. : FLORIDA ASKED TENDER uo"With i ..4 O O. .O *4"M"e>.**4 4>4> 44 *0> r "} .am very "sincerely,
OF SERVICES BY GOVERNOR "SIDNEY J. ,\TTS,
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. 1 Iy, eN Governor Catts, In an open message Letter to Secretary of iWar"J ,"B.
... .oooO..fooo. oo.o. .o.ooo. to the men 'at military age of Florida, The letter to the Secretary ",
tor enlistment In follows;
volunteer land and
stems to' be a great many

i for Fresh Meats 1.. naval militia forces,officers, especially and addresses those whose former war country here clouds und hovering,we are anxloun over our to loved have "
Storage enlistments have expired In the. National "1
full
with her quota oftroops
t Guard of the State, asking them Florida coma up ,
of In
munitions war
-tender their ...rvle..... In thin ron and caaewar
should prevail. Should there bo
nectlon the chief executive had also
addressed A letter tt the Secretary any special orders that you desire m.all .
i Storage Rates Beginning, December 1ft: War pledging the resources of Florida governor to put Into execution will
'o the nation In this time of stress.
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.' Storage on all Meat,. 1.2 cent pound, Fifteen Day T' : Governor officers Oatts1 letter follows to:, the formermilitary i ;as you. not kindly only let am me.I but have every them cltlien at once of'

Curing Pork' ready 'for smoking, ''I l-2c. per 'pound, < : : "As conditions confronting! now j Florida Is anxious to do his Clr her
I .seem to Indicate that war may t>0 declared > i. duty for the protection of our l loved
Twenty Day at any time between this ,rounryrand -. flair and the honor. of our splendid na.
: Germany, and as the FIrst :
.' Curing and Smoking, 2c-per pound. : Regiment Infantry of Florida I I. In a I tlon."
a depleted and run-down condition I -
By maiden and free peal to the officers. and men who ap.1
:youth, penance pleasure dreaming, .Utute. the old muster of this

Bring ua your hog the day they are killed. .We will. do. The child's ,gleeful quest, success and amaze, to re-enllBt at once In order that we Cockroaches ",
. may,, have this command e.t full "quota][.
..,. ...' By chaste, stately-lilies through 8Oftened'light-gleamint and roll In case. hoatilitles..ahould .ARE FILTHY (
the re.t.i ; break Gut on the i. Kill TIle.Dr V tot I
Each brief of from Germany. The s.Cond.yegsmentl4a.in : <
light a rapture exquisite praise ; .
.. .... N... .. ....'' '' ; .. s lendld eondiUon. .1.t wouM 'not'' STEARNS'ELECTRIC' 'PASTE ". '. .
I T '"'. .;,,::: : 'By the joy of the chorus in ecstasy, swelling' .- .r80a to form for a\hn: ue'h: of reurlmentl Florida I

.i KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. And the vibrating note of the great organ's roll ;. together forces with -I a number earnestly of advise naval that reserve -I 'U. 8. Government Baft It .'

Then the silence, the fragrance, the.deep calm compelling each and every person who desires to SOLO EVERYWHERE. sod 'LOC
enlist In any of these organisations to "
....o.oo.ooooo..ooo..o.oo.o.ooooo..oo..o.ooo..oo o An answering peace in each world-weary soul, write directly to the governor or Gen.

i know, that Easter is here. .1.Augustine B. Chrl.tlan.dJutant Florida. I note general with pleasure St. C. F. THRASHER
I -- -- - __________ uuuuI the organisation of the National
t d Guards of Honor among the young SHE El METAL WORKER :
women of the state headed by Miss ,
. Helen Hunt of Jacksonville. Florida Mttat Roof Put and
; LEAGUE on
4 I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR'This 'EPWORTH j who have already offered their services ..
i Gaarant J
the
j to state In ease of war. Let us
M. G. KIBBE &. CO. N be patriotic and ready enough strive PHONE UR KISSIMMEE FLA ''l'1',

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FARM LANDS NORTH AND SOUTH. quotation from the April pace Miss, Cecelia Overstreet of Klsslmmee. - ,
of our office calendar, "There Is no !'. who conducted Orlando District '' )
power on earth that can neutralise the Institute at Orlando March 14, McCALL''PA'TTERNS
We hare bargain in ,Fire Acre Farm close in reportsa .1 ;
a a ? Influence a.high, pure, sample.life. warm'' reception good reports and IW

Six .Room well finished Home, Barn, Etc. Other, good Have you yet attended to the Important many well laid plans far the advancement j r
nf the district. R v.I. B. I.ev
,one*. matter. 0' wrltlnp,: the recep-. Rev. Smith Harden and Rev J. E. ,
tion committee chairman Robert .Lwter. Hnrtsfl.ld made addresses. Leaguer :
Two of tke
In Orlando, just how many, and Roht. Ducksworth acted .... secretary, ..., smart
We want Improved Farms, Homes..Rentals.. when your delegates arrive on the 18th Delegates were. from 'Webster. <*1ertnnnt. ;
of this month'also to send the registration McCaO
Mas/otte. Moore's Ststlon, DesigB for J
PHONE 286 fee, 60 cents for each delegateto .T-Tftlnes City; Lake Wales Oro-..l.nd.vixslmmee. . .
Miss Mary Branham, head of the Creek and Winter .
registration plans t As folks are to be Haven Shingle! April, ,
,
DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA entertained In homes those who testify !
Irst they are coming; will be placed Tampa City League Union held In
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nearest the church. March .w...' one of the beat ever, .andPr..ld. Becoming and Inexpeasiv
...' R C. Peacock! writes most
Next Sunday Is Easter and Its C. E encouragingly of the rood Influence of 1 COWB
'
. topic, "The .Significance ot' Easter this union In tbelr city., . n,
There I. not space In this press articleto Misses Overstreet, Ruth Cl.rV TJtsU e
tell what Eater means to the press Norton and Alberta Hopson of Klsslm- ) for every occaston, .
.
ti superintendent only that It means m.... League oru*.ni.e" a, anlir. t..*..ueM
more every year that she- lives: Lourhman. under. Mrs Lesllo. Barker. Made. :
and a Junior League under Miss HII- Possible by the nw:
R. S. FLOYD When tIr.pr Taylor: >> field secretary 'on.' The two former. also assisted
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truest In Florida visited Rev. J. E. Hart.fleld In organizing a ..fMcCaB'
Daytona, the union service was at theCongregational senior league at Halne. City.
Dealer Church and at Its close
In Jacksonville City Union nas reor,,"- Patterns
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the entertaining! society took charge In .
Washington's: lied under President Hsrrell. March
a Birthday social, "with
meeting well attended South Jacksonville t .
coffee and sandwiches served. .
; Groceries Nay, 'Grain and Feed Place Mr. Taylor' went seemed, Every bene- .., ,having heeded. highest hv nsstor percent Rev of H.at.T.Gain. C .;, The :MdCall Patented .

fited.We ---- tendance.Oesla flenlnrs. vUU end hold ...rvl.... Cutting and Construction ri

', : account thought of feeble that Dr.health Clark to only speak triedon to with. osrMvtle. Juniors help supply : .; [Guide, "'.-furnished fret ";'/
Corner Broadway. and Dakln. Ave.-\:?\ y 1. the glowing Endeavorer. once at Daytona provisions fnr s Lrse-tiers sick ladv.Sumnwfleld are. aiding' In 1-" I ,,13n, : with'each:b. McCall Pattern, ,.
a report came later fromJacksonville .t'
wher two meetings were th erection of a block rhurch edifice.Arcsdla insures a perfect-fitting .
Try Us on Your Next Order .For Feed honored by having him and Junior "id "Renlors' sea sc
one of them was a large union affair, five. Alva has a folly organized Junior garment. >I'
In which Dr. Clark spoke of C. EX the League and'Porf Tampa Leuer 'c**
world over. He would have.been gladto well SH reported. by pastor,.R... W. C.Fnnnteln APRIL PATTERNS ,;
have seen the friends who love him ..cal.. r

1 '. well.In nther societies of the state we know "*White sgn. of"Rorlnrs' greet prom hss I.a.../ reported new. II-nln.hv 0.l .irnr NOW ON SALE :=,. elnd .
wren. Lens Brown. Juniors hav Mice "..,' .. i "
... .. ... I Resale' MrfinnaM .s manager T+ev. T. M ;MS 14..751'I'I
Miss ,
Lucy.Harris faithful
1fJ.'II 1f'1. ... J .,", .,", "'q Vv mediate. superintendent of state Inter work Tf mstrunV their active. p..torM..I" .. The McCall Book'of Fashions (Spring Quarterly), Price ESe) (by ;'
writes from BrRdentown: "Intermediate r".ch. T* .1<..0"vI11. hasorgsnis mail 35e Canadian SOc mail 40c Including FREE
...d their Senior Leslie. ..Miss4le ); prices, (by ) a
work Is beginning to grow. I count ... COUPON worth 15c toward the purchase of McCall Pattern.
.T. .J" any
a knowledge of the work and a show E. president: vtss AdsHilbert ;
; of Interest In the work as growing, ... secretary: membership, twen
: Automobilists Attention well as the slight Increase of socle- ty. \ A.t S. GILBERT I ',:
; ties." This Is new for Florida and we New" Le* need to help MI. Harris, also Mrs. W. tit Toir Wales. and Junior and Seniorat .,
T. Kelsey, of Stanton, Junior superin MlakksMlecnonv .:
tendent. Tiinlors work nlfelv under 1vrt
COMPLETE Mi... M '
M.
LATEST Moore. All departments are ,. ;;

I says The: "The Rustls C.Lake E. Society Region will last'give Issue a underway Krv'-evlll Renlnrs' ..t..'t well, a* ... . See'y.lrtas.'o'i'i

: banquet to members and invited .ported.tniors by.nske\Mrs.a "H.,ood H.report Surrency The. Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pr4 I s, P.jC'. Weaver,
I guests Friday evening I March 10th, at .
the PavilionThis means a good time Minn. Bcldvthe. Teats. of n...to-w l isnerfecling :ji
In olans for her Institute atBerMw ,'
Auto"oblleRoa Map just passed by. Tavares.Mr. "
this w etr.Miss' I !
Wyatt Taylor pronounced the Msrv. Mrvfullen of Lego held ,
Montverde school society .as being; especially Ocala Ol..lrl..t Instuteat 8minole.. She ) I
fine. He also visited the new Is nlannlnv for mother soon.8'eretorv \
workers In Aststula, went to Sorrentoand L. P. Mesrs Dlsr.it for 'Tam"

( POCKET EDITION ) I.e'n:! their' own grown meeting ups.' jid in Ta the Mny Dist t-S st.T'\r"t.twnJacksonvl .- 'j

.. vares. The Burlelgh family Kndeavorers Is helnv arranged hv Mrs. T. L. 7..
of Tavares helped materially In Barr of StsVe. and Miss. Pauline Ca"-
Railroad. Distance and Index gettingMr.. Taylor around by auto to 'hn of Jacksonville. and.will be held Bryan Realty Company ':
near-by.. towns of Central district late In Anrll.Onlnesvlll .
DIstrlM Institute will be
Mrs. Blanche Sprlnlng. secretary of held at High' Borings. Mrs.. W. CHicks
MAP OF FLORIDA the 'Winter 1 Haven Presbyterian Society of \Va1do Is engineering It. .nd GRAYSTONE CASINO ; ,
Mrs. B. R Morris,
sends this Item "We have a president High ..
junior society of twenty-two members, Rorlnrs League Is most enthusiastic 4b
they are just. beginning a membership o'Ph.11flrntcweek. .
for only contest. In Is .
April Fellowship
L _ ____ GRACE TOWNSBNr We..V. .In which every League - ... '
Ott Interlaehsn., April S, 1117. should hold' sunrise prayer meetings : : :
each day. S..eond; Sunday In May Is Anniversary
0..... Then comes elertlon of i.- :
25cf WONDERFUL STUFF! officers. followed by Installation. ,
;
LIFT OUTPOUR CORNS! Newt |I. conference st Sutherland May ,0-..Groves, Timber I We Pay Taxes fer NoivreU

it 4 Pawl 78-S1.R' Principal Powell of speakers Kentucky wlll.be and Prof.'Jte... Cattle Ranches, Country and. Wens and Act .as Ow_'. '

1 1 Apply a Few Drop.* Then Lift 'eom.l) J. w. Gllbert,,'wh oaccompanled Bishop CIty Property Atreat for Rental Property. t.

On Sale at the Office of the or Callutea Off With FInrers Lsmbuth Tal's >s"throuo-h""e. Seniors Africa under President ,

No Pain Fraak D. Moore has completed study of '
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE No humbug!, Any corn, whether "Our South American Neighbors. They tI
hard, soft between the toes will have paid 140 on African special. They ;
assisted 'In organising s League. st ;)
for a limited time only loosen right up and lift out, without a Woodrllland attended League Insti
.. particle of pain or soreness. tats "at Hlnson. '

... This drug is called free zone and laa K..L. Editor MAUD and n.. LITTLT5 Organise Stout Lumber Co.

:This ii something every Auto at should- have, and how compound of ether discovered by a ,Ocala, March 11. ,,
Cincinnati(
man. SUCCESSOR TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER CO. .
i* the. time to set one at a price which will Ask at any drug store for a small F The Tallahassee Daily Democratwill i

I not be offered aoon again. bottle of freezone, which will cost buta be sent to any address for the en- DEALERS IN i "'.f.YELLOW
trifle, but i* sufficient to rid one's tire session of the 1917 legislature, for
feet or every corn or callus. only One Dollar. It will be the most PINE AND CYPRESS -\

'.' Arid Ir.. la. fact tat the map i* a veritable dart of Put a few drops directly upon any important session in )'8"\rt. Keep up II '
tender with its doinirs. Address .
aching corn or callus..Instant LUMBER ;
taferaaatioa te tli. ,aatosiobilut, it is comething'. nqa r.., by. ly the soreness disappears and shortlythe THE. DAILY, DEMOCRAT. :..
Taiahessee.) 'Fla.
callus will loosen
corn or and can <
'yeryme.. Tk. map ?js complete ia every detail, a.piece' of art, be lifted off with the fingers. .. Novelty Works in 'Connection ..

afl l :.. road of Ole This drug freecone doesn't eatout Wbaoever You Need Oeeerat Tc.Ic
ii
state iadnduif A. Dixie War '
Highway the .
corns or- calluses. but' shrivels Take Orova'aThe ,It i* oar pleasure to fire yon estimates at all times.

( ...... Caa easily be carried I ia yoar pocket. (. them without skin.even irritating- 'the surrounding ' Old BtantUud GioWa'. Tasteless Couteou.Attention and Prompt Delivery J'; ;.
chill Tome valuable
equally m* a *
..,Ju.t. think! No.paint at all; .no General .Tonic because It contain the ,i' \ ;'i.

', .GET ONE BEFORE. THEY 'ARE ALL!. . GONE' I soreness or smarting when applying: it well known tonic propertieeof QU1NINB Phone( 21 ,Kissimmcc Fla. .
or afterward If your drvggist don't and IRON.' ,It ctton die Liver Drives ., :l

'. have' freetone ,,have him order it for oat Malaria, Brricbe the Blood and ,

you.', Build up the W.de 8ytstu. 90 cent q I

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PRODU U. S. SYSTEMATIC TICK ERADICATION LegalAdvertisements e' 'II I 71I Ctftkroaefctf ARE FILTHY /,, -




11 FAR BELOW THE AVERAGEIn : SIMPLIFIES MARKETING OUR CATTLE f STEARNS! ELECTRIC KmT8U PASTE


iii n n tliIII 1iiiIiiiIIN
pFoducod I kJB.OOvm'lhlDPaDuy$3ISOLD
191A w& in tit1* Country woman and child In the nation
everyday
S<.-,,.7.000 busheln of white iiotxti "., u I : tlHCDIT COI'RT. 8TATH OP

.,,..,. pared with$ the preceding year and of bu.he I. left to export. An Incentive to hurry the tick eradication, campaign in each Florid county I '. .

".,t IK.SOO.OOO a. compared with 1914 and "Th ,outlook at this writing,..tor.thItll Judicial Clresilt. O_ (...-
.. decrease of Vl.OUO.OAo( ( bushel evencomarcd which la not now tick tree la contained In the following statement made "' -1 1 large motor connecting for .n..lne.
with when our crop 1* a material reduction due er-I. Ikasieery 1 small 'motor connecting for enalne.U ; .
population .
was 14. ..eolli tee. than It. was to several things; scarcity. and hint recently by Dr. E.: M. Nlghbert! Inspector In Charge of: tick eradication workIn H. J NOR AM.
Thl : cot of rood seed Clara B.&Clark by Thomas N. Clark "Hharlfr Osceola Florida
lust year. gradual decrease in ( : high cot the County ,
potato, production, prime article of chemical to control fungous dr.'ea *. Florida for ,the United States Bureau of Animal Industry! her' next friend and husband Complainant ROBERT CAMPBELL*

food I. typical of the gradual decrease sulphate of copper and corrosive *ubllmate ; vs George 8. Mlllard and Deputy BherlfT.
"The great interest; In the Improvement of the quality ot throughout .
that I I. taking; place In many lines of scarcity and high cot of labor: cattle Delate I,.. Mlllard his wife, and Jo. FRED )t. VALZ

foodstuff* a* compared with th. Increase non-purchaablllty of normal .potash the State c ot Florida and the great Increase' In the number and qualityof eph Costello and Kittle U. Costello.his Attorney for rialntlft ll-4t
In population. rertlllivr and mineral ignorance and wife; Respondent .
The American Steel and wire 'Co., apathw toward the reasonable ue of cattle that has taken place and will continue In tHe( future makes the !II A YOR'S PROCLAMATION .
which. by reason of th. fact that It tarnishes commercial frrtlltcer
It appearing affidavit
by appendedto
"In the Question of) marketing; under present quarantined conditions a great problem -
: wire fence to farmer all over past the cot of growing an the bill filed In the shove-mated JVOTICK TO CREDITORS
the United. States keep In close touch acre of potato has been 116 to $6O] cause that George S. MIllard and Del -
'wIth"crop conditions and an estimate for un I I. I1Z6 to tltO
publishes a sle LJ Mlllard his wife and
Joseph I. Ce.rt f the ....
CeMBtr .
weekly report on, crop and agricultural \ Faced doubtful with the Ue of the Investmentand "By careful consideration of the conditions and difficulties In every ro- Costello and I l ittie B Costello. his C*u.ty, 81.<. .( Klerlda.OeeUs
of
activities, called attention In It* the. future the potatogrower wife, the defendant therein named -
last bulletin to the decrease; In potatoes think he I* "playing; safe" glon of the State; they can be easily overcome. The United States Bureau are non-resident of the state of Flor- -
and contrast this with what Is bvlnit and. the acfeave I III likely to Buffer. ida Mlllard and la r* Estate *ff Jaase. \V.To LI1I"
done "by a 'foreign nation In on. year Never In the life of the nation ha. of Animal Industry having at Its disposal at this time over $6 O.OOO.OO to cooperate i.lnt th'nr"r.S'' residentS of -

with 1.57' 533 01)0 bushel of potatoes there been greater need for a big crop ,union town. State of Pennsylvania*, and .1t"Cr..dltor.. Leg-ateee, Distributee
ii.lbi.GOO i of with and State cattlemen and all other agencies Interested ,
potatoes with officials
rallied on acres" We take It any surplus converted county \ that Joseph Costello and Kittle R Co*- and ill Persona having Claim or
for granted, although the Bulletin of In non-pvrlhalile form-'potato flakes' developing elto are resident of Alto Stata of Demand. against said Rstatel ,
for human In the industry are In a position to supenlse dipping
the American Steel & Wire" Co. doestiftt food and 'potato meal
for
Texas, each the of
over age twsntyno and each of you, are no-
,. say'. so. that this refer to Germany cattle stored feed and kept These for product." may-. lie facilities In every ccunty throughout the. State Immediately. years. If I. therefore ordered that itl.tu..: to prvattnt any n.e't; : demands
potato which year
crop according
; said non-resident defendants be and which you, or either of you, mar
to these ftlfur. Is nearly six time a. In thee figures no account I. taken "When through the construction they n-re hereby required. to appear to hate against of James w..11IV. ',
officials throughout
of their
county
.t larne: a. the potato crop of the United sweet poXatoe. a* the statistics county the bill of complaint filed In said cause I dec .* hrat"o .. county.
Unites of last year given. refer exclusively to white pots activity of cattlemen and land owners, then the Government will gladly and on or before Monday the 7th daof Klorlda to the undersigned executrix
The tine to which this billion and a toe But the total production of May. A. D. 1 17. otherwise allegation
tha
half bushels of potatoes In a foreign sweet potatoes last sear wa 81.663.000 will see that their officials take the cheerfully assign an experienced man of said bill will be taken a* con-- of the laid date estate hereof within two year* from

country are put Is rlven. by the, Bulletin bushels, a decrease of S.600.000 bushel proper step In the way of vat construction -supervise this work and at the ..siied by said defendant Dated March *7th, 1017.
as follow.: 4* compared with the preceding year. It I I. further ordered that this ftrder
The South can raise the question of Interstate same time supervise all Interstate ALICE WItDHJR.
Bushel wet
potatoes be published once a week for four
, ... 'Tnblfl; use -?_-_.,-??__,440.800000 are to ,an almost. unlimited extent They transportation will' at once be solved. shipments making final inspection, dis weeks In the Klaslmmee. Valley consecutive JJt,, Executrix., -'

Alcohol ,_... exceptionally fine tofoodstuff.. work has infection Oasette, a published In
newspaper
91.833,383 and
- This section could double ItJi. producT "When the progress of the certification from such said and IN CIHCl'IT COVIIT, STATE Of FXOR- :
& inn. Dextrine*._ G1.42M* county atate
.fI'R: tin' ,, of sweet otatoe with but little advanced this far then regular dipping territory." IPAMitchell I
) .-. cattle -046.506: : j i This 2nd day of April, ISi I7. ,,
.Mied -\ --.-___....191.013.11S 'creasing difficulty.It It Is already largely In. statlqns nay be established In J. U OVERSTREET' -
acreage In white potatoes R.mov. Danger Of Losses .
Peterson
Irfft oVlPf-I'otato flake, Circuit Court Complainant. v ,
nut nn t one-half, a. much a* It shouiti connection with loading points whereby J<"irt'Realfl.rk
tto. 1B7, BSS3S (Circuit Charles I* Conlnen and Carrie Seagrer,
.
T- do The acreage planted to early white cattle' may move to Interstate While the convenience and saving of: OI HOK K. J'ARKER. Defendant
potatoes In the six
Southern
states
tflscunslntt! the very small production South Carolina, Florida, Alabama of points under certification of the Government expense for cost of dipping yardageand Solicitor forComplainant. '-

of potatoes In the United State. Georgia. Louisiana and Texas Is :r.pon..d the' cattle the privIlege feeding necessary for second .dipping ".1. J8-" Seventh Judicial Circuit Oaceola Count -
giving
notwithstanding their excellence as b%' the !Department of Affrlcul. In Chancery '
food and for other purposes, the Amer.teen tore a* hcMnir, IKO.noo acre, or an' In. of open competitive 'markets In along the road is. a. big factor, l'nOC'I.AIt.'TIO! -

Steel A Wire Company *a".: crease of 27uoo 'acre over .the preced any' region of the United States. the most important results obtained by -- II I' 'It appearing" bv affidavit appended to .J" ;
*The potato may furnlnli a quarter ing year, the I bill tiled In
the above-stated came ..
of the food of the hntlon at large. halt mJN South should be raining a very '"The. whole Idea of the Governmen't.Is getting the county actively working for Mayor.Offlee. that Charles 1.. Coulaon and CarrieHeager ;
City f Kl
e lmmeeWHRREAS. i
of the food of Its ", orklnlm..n."No I i larger quantity of white potatoesas to see that the serious disease splenetic eradication of the cattle fever ticks Is the defendant therein named '.
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tll preparation food lend than. Itself the more potato.readily No. should well the as.of south sweet xrently POtAtOeS Increase. Not only Its fever in cattle.. that U transmit that when It la free from ticks there : : Under and 'by virtue. of are,. nonresident and are residents of> the or state the of city Florida of '.f.1

matter how' hutr\bl:: the felt: ;' In*. potato acreage, both of white: and ted by the cattle tick,'which I. widely will not be danger of loss from bring. an ordinance enacted. Iw the CltV Council Detroit$ tale of Michigan and each are
experienced the W al' sweet ;potntous. but 'wave possible. prepare baked fried Hhould raise potato a.d all othercroim prevalent In the State of. Florida, is better cattle for pur. for the publication and revision therefore ajre ordered twenty-one that said nonresident year:I II

a r. tiollvd potatoes and; .warm Over the .,' thatra. be utilised for food"toir .comlete' eradicated. poses.K ., of all ordinances. pr the sepernl *n.< defendant be and are hereby required "
left-over-p4'rtinw--. -. ' t. *' to mm.rtlrmt fee ...*......-.... ; permanent nature In force In. said ,
frr Qua.
large to of
In Duval to the bill complaint Bird
cattle appear
:..Of.4otl1toes1nJimcrtca : ; : .... owner
ifthwItt'1'OIld ( bate ever |* could l ho..rained to.i'lll' bushels em>r...ll. If ... ....... .... .. b. saWed < county. vhoitt. very..eMhMslaatlc for live. to the municipal electric light and Ath said cause on or before. Monday, the ,
.
:. 'per acre In' 1917 .thete..'would ,begonedKlitounce ,tram, ,...1. prices and .famaittttmm ntvir "Tfe-tlnl! ;' '..ctieatnetliod td'Oyer- tlclc eddication'says that unless systematic waUrytem ..fseW'own" ," nvtifovedthe day alleall6n of April.of A-,ald I) 1817.bill'othorwUethe will betaken
.
potato for every man,' "' *-Manufacturers- Record Iftth day of November. 111U. anil

-- --- _________ H H come the condition is"by the systematic work In put on this season he the city Attorney having reported tome It I*aa further confessed. ordered by said that-this' defendant order
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use of the vat, and In that way will have to wait another year to start that he has caused to be compiled, be published I once a week for four consecutive '
as It circled around the mountain sug- the State may be freed of ticks and breeding his printed and nubllshed as ordinance of I week In the KlislmmeelfVal- ,
up cattle as he cannot .. -
FOR THE CHILDREN Rested the name Silver Bow and it 'h City of Klselmtnee", Osceola dnunty, lay Uaette, a published Iri .'.
the 'people enjoy the privilege of an newspaper
I afford, to take chances on losing several Florida, In accordance with. the prov sal..' county and state,
.
was accordingly so railed.- United sinew of < l 1
Aetand
opportunity to Improve and market cat hundred dollars worth ot: 'purebred s < : This lt day of KIT.J. ;
States Geological Survey: WHEREAS the volume printed. andnuhllnheri It OVERWrREET,
tie to the very best advantage males from tick fever. under said Act aa aforesaid fCt Pt Peal Cleric Circuit Court. ,

I! .. "Und r present conditions, surround. Fine progress Is being made in various have been delivered to the City Clerkof O'BRYAN A PLEI>GER. '

" .. Interesting Sleepy Time Story Police Girl of New York. ing states that art actively engaged sections of the'.Slate. On Feb NOW the City, THKRKFORB.of Klaslmmee I,;Jt. R. hta)'. Solicitor for Complainant 11-tt, ,, J.
In all the of blue uniforms .
" Importance in tick' eradication. are seriously obJecting ruary 24th Kscambla county had completed Mayor of said, town of Klsslmmee City. '.

From the Land of Fairies. blue caps badges and little tp Ihe transportation-of: (tlcky all but 12 of tbe required $ata. by virtue of the authority vested In me APPLICATION TO fUCLl IlEAL' ESTATE /
by law, da hereby
,
announce publish
twirling sticks!, Iffy put rot: girls recently rattle through ,their states, or giving 'so should complete vat constructionIn and proclaim that the revised ordinances ,

appeared on the east aide of them the privilege of unloading for a short time and put of the City of Klsslmmee have .
,: FABLE OF THE THERMOMETER. New York city Their captain, Celia on systematic been printed and published In' accordance Estate M.'D. i-ldeli.Dmas.d.
and watering
feeding resting or even dipping 'early this seas n. Monroe with said ordinance of said City.

J Goldberg of the bliietou Irving for the second dipping required under. county Is doing systematic dipping and and that' the .volumes. so prlntpd end Notice I* hereby given 16 all whom It
high school marched them about tbelrIreclll't published have been delivered to
the
may concern that Rosa B TIndall, a.Administratrix *
the law. should be cleaned up by the firat of City Clerk and that the revised ordinance I 1 'the :
How a Wayward .Little Elf Wa Put to show that the-yare now of estate of M. D.
I "Such a condition Inconveniencesand September.Lake "o completed, printed and pub Tln"aJlt Deceased will on the lard day
: In a Prison and K.pt There Fof the I "on the ,Job" and no more may the cauaes considerable hardship on county has three crews building lished shall #n Into effect and be operative of .. .. A. n lOll apply to the Honor-
on the loth day after the ate of
( able T. M.
Murphy, County Judge lit
Benefit of of Interest
M.nklnd-Thln Florida cattle.
,. the shippers of' vats as rapidly at* they can. The this proclamation. and for said County. at hi. office In the -
to' Small F lk.-GirJ Policemen. "To obviate this condition the Unit Lake County Bankers' Association In Testimony whereof I have here- Court House In said County, at 10
unto set my hand and caused the corporate o'clock a. m. or.* soon thereafter -
ed States Bureau of Animal Industry financed the work In that county'after seal of said City to ba afft..d"er..to. ,
Poll7 Ann and little Ned were look. the matter be
\11 can heard for author
,
at Klaslmmee
has seen fit to recognize dipping stations the Osceola Count'
County Commissioners had approved Ity to aell. at public or private ale,
\ ing at the thermometer "ben jtint then via. on this the 18th ,day.of March A.
in connection with stock yards the followingdescribed real estate In
-t. the work andagreed to incorporate D. 1917 VII.
Uncle Ben canie In and told aboutI '
.. at Jacksonville Florida where Government R. MAT Mayor. aid County, oirld
the necessary amount in the
Attest tMt 5. 6'. 10, II of Block4 of
Inspection Is maintained. next budget. :i J R GILBERT.' CRY Clerk. Lilly\ Second Addition
I AN ELF PROM FAIRYLAND.Once I Lot 19 *nd to of BlocK 0 of Wood ll
"Therefore( In order for. those Interested A number ot other counties are puf (Official Seal) It-It a Doyle' Addition :

to reap the benefits of final dip. Hag on the work under similar arrangement Lot 1 of W. C. Bass' Addition Southof

.... .... there lived In Fairyland a caprlUous line at point of: ,shipments they so that they will not lose NOTICE Of ADlIItlUSTRATOR-FOR the A. C. L. Railroad\
Lot. 1 and.t e f Block *4 aorordlna to
>
little elf named llyer.
'Qukk
jhould take steps .Immediately for vat a year waiting for the funds. FINAL, DISCHARGE the official plat of Whlttl,..,Bled In the
This 'was not."1 er rent name. but was I' office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
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: given ,to her one) day by the king of I. C..rt .1 Cesuly J.dge. St.l. ..t Lots 1, 6, 6. ,. 17. 16. 19. 15. S6. IT. II.J .
ORLANDO GOES TO CAPITAL quarter million more In.cash to assistIn Fiend.. .. 10, SI. IX, of A1 yea's Subdivision( of
fairies In flt of at her '
a
auger way
the northwest. of Section II
defrayingthe expense that would quarter ,
wardness. Quicksilver was never lobe WITH REMOVAL 'PROPOSITION 16 Ran 11. ;
fall the I. Re Estate ef Prisellla Baas, Oseeeilsi Township re -
If the
upon state legislation
Lot 14, iS and the South half of 14of'
counted on at aiL When one HAS STRONG DELEGATION through Ceaaty.
goes the Florida Agricultural Company'squbdivision
thought to find her visiting. the Rose Mr. Griffin wa" very successful with of Section IS. of Township
i-. : whose home the garden Notice I I. hereby givento all whom *5. Ranee ...
Fairy was by
m.de meaaur. that Introduced In
Htate capital removal will be every n* It may concern that on the tat day of Which application will be baaed upon
wall\ she had already left and wasar an Important III.u..ln the Jn7 sessionof 115 and feela confident that some fav- Ausj-ust. A. D. 1117, I shall apply to the the petition for such sale now on HI.

,) flashing- here and there like a streak of the Florida leiclslatura. according able action ont the capital removal will Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said In said Court. ',

n'" lightning. She led all of the fairy folk delegation!: .Tallahaasee from Or. result from tbl l. ses ion.* '':' ( ,' ,I:' court dlaoharireia, aa Judge Administrator of Probate for. of,my the final,estate ',',Dated I '. March ROSA ITth 1(17 M TrNDALL, ,,
' .. i ,
?I.!' such:a ; dance,;' that;' they decided to lando MjnJ\ the' party;.were,..Hon.v 8,5 8Orlfrtiv ,' 'q <( -, "'>; .... JiJ1.itj I of Pri.cillaJihs.j deceased 11.and .1. ". ". ,, '" Administratrix.CRIBBS :.
teach her to be more reliable.\ But abe 'ex-representative from Orange : Ar'ud.ntwatch othr I* alwaya i: ; onithe that at the same time I,will present STEED '" "
county and! a prominent I business man for symptom of worm An'her said court my final account a. Admin Attorney for Estate. 14-4t
/
was such"a sprightly little thing and 'C'L. __ ._ In that city, J. 8 Knwe. president of children Palene*. lack of Interest In istrator of said estate and ask for
?) looked so pretty in her dainty silver\ the Hank of Orange County located at play and peevishness Is the' for their approval "

\. 'frock that they hesitated to change her: i Photo by American. Press tssoclatlon. Orlando:, \',r. T. Tllden county. attorney white' Cream Vermlfuxe. .lg..r&1 Dated January. list A. D 117 In Circuit Court for the Seventh Ju-
of Orange county: R .. McUulre. dose of this excellent. renwdy put an OSCAR BASS. dicial Circuit of the State of Florida.In .-
;; One; day w lieu the queen" bad planned POLICE GIRL MAUS A.BRKST. attorney of Orlando: Kd V Klesael enC to the worm and the child soon S-ltem Administrator and for Osceola County. In Chan 'i

. some work for Quicksilver and she had capitalist and banker. at Winter Park. act naturally Price). ISo per bottle.. cery. P. A. Htroup and R. D. Frankford -

I:' slli'ped' away and could not be found slippery bononn skin be lightly tossed Senator These gentlemen. will confer with Hold by Osceoln. Pharmacy NOTICK 01,* ADMINISTRATOR comr.I.lnant., vs. Tom B.
Crawford and
RepresentativesSeth For Flaal Discharge drew, .. Quiet title. '
, .out of the window or rubbish be permitted ,
J the king's patience was exhinmled, anti Woodroff and C A. Roberts, inpreparing Order of publication. To all whom U J
he called his counselors to help him devise to slide down the fire escape the* necessary: measure for Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System 1st Court of Cmimtr Judge, may concern It appearing from the .

a punishment. They decided to within night of their 100 watchful eyes. IPKlslature.Introduction during the session of the The Old Standard general streavtbenlnc tonic (Mate efKlorida sworn'' Bill of Complaint filed. In the

These girl are pledged first of all to One hundred thousand GROVE TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out above entitled cause that there are '
;; build a little glass house for her with been guaranteed and a site dollaYs for has the Malariaearicneatie blood.and builds tp: the IT* la re K.l.te af Phlllsi StokeOsce.i. persons, Interested In the property Inscribed
; which abe might at. keep their own homes In (sanitary fasb-' . Toiisity In the Bill of. Complaint In
out doors through building assured with a probable Ie... A true tDtaIc For dulls and cbdd... bc.DR.
said case, other than the known .
Ion. At stated interval they will report re
tempt' to escape and to place a little Notice I I. hereby given to all whom nondents as named therein and that .
ladder, at (lie rear so that she might to the East': Side, Protective agency -- - '-- It may conceVn that on the. 7th day of the name of such, other persons *o Interested '

.' climb and look out the arenesof that all the tenants In their circuit '1'litember, A. I>. 1017 1 shall\ apply to are unknown to complainants,
up upon the Honorable. T. M Murphy. Judge; of and there also appearing to be certain '
hare been vlxlted and warned to live
her former untightIIU-HH.; ald Court as Judge of Probate, form named respondent to said Bill whose

I'; They had dllllculty In <'nt<'hiitf! her according to the health laws. .:.. .. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEYos )' final discharge *. Administrator of baptismal names and Initial are not
the of
estat.e Philip Mohr deceased; Riven because they are unknown. and
t but at last she was placed In her new and. that at the same time I will pre- that relief' I* Hill ofComplaint
If domicile and forced to remain there TEOPA TH
foroter. In the summer when her MINERALS IN FOODS.A Administrator of said 'estate, and ask respondents.. It I I. therefore. ordered 'I
for their
approval that Vaughn, -i Carr, Sand'Hi
lends the flowers bees antI butterflies Corner Drug Store Mondays and .Fridays Dated March 6th, IfllT ,,. Knowles. _, _i Steck wife of
I were about Quicksilver climbed Discourse on Ingredient Ndd For A. E. DROPOUT, Kdmund' F. SLack, and all parties
II Pur, Red Blood. tl-le-m Administrator claiming Interents In the land In the
high up on her little ladder to look at I BUI' of Complaint In the above styled

her former comrades with longingejra. There are, a large number of people ..'r"'I'nispe'r or TIIK 0VM.IIII'' cause described, under any of the tobilowing
In the Inter however when who have some Indefinite notion about partle Tom B Andrew., 8. 8. -
I M < \A .M IKT,
t t thctie sought shelter from Jack Front Iron III foods thinking It Is In amountsbig III:U<.IIIKI MV TIIK ACT OK tON.IIKSS nle Booth 1'., Hammar.Benjamin Benjamin Klllott:. Hammar E Hammer Ten-. ',. .. '
( OK AI fll''T' 24, JOlt
and were nowhere to be'Rel'n. she felt enough to see with the naked COMPANY B PICTURES.TaenonTexMexican' Blair nurwell ;Jr. Blair Barrel!.--Jr. I

If they but know bow. It la not. VauKhn, Carr A: Co.. Vaughn _
tad and lonely and slipped down Into eye :
i Of KlMlmmee (...
: . Galley et and Prospective mothers begin to learn Meekly. at KlN.lmniee, .'1...
t her little room would not allow for diaries Uodolphln Bennett William I
herself to be soon but for an occasional about their mineral needs when the Half-Tone Panoramic View, 7x14 Inches, printed'on teavy plate paper, 25c April 1st 1917. Henry Bennett William H Hollls, and .
; 11..t.- of Florida. the following trustees under the will '
doctor lime which
peep when the day was warmer. Then prescribes tablets Sale County of Osceola. of Hamilton Dlsston. deceased Henry
On Office
Gazette.
l ahe climbed In the. hope of seeing; one contain the Inorganic mineral knownto at Valley 1.- That the names"' and addresses of IXsston Edmund F. Stock, Taconr

of her dear ones. be far less absorbable than when t- the' publisher editor managing editor. Saving Fund. Safe Deposit. TIUo *
and bualnes* managers are Trust Company of Philadelphia, 1'&.
\ -One day a wise mortal noticed QuIck. organic-aa In plants. The plants take Publisher W. B. Harris Klsslmmee and the. following other person. Elisabeth

silver and studied! her habits. lie determined the Inorganic. minerals of the soil and .. ..o..o..oo..oo.. ,.ooo. Fla IS Dlsston, "Sandlln Knowlea."

Kdltor Max P. Morlti, Klsslmmee. Sandlln -i Knowles, -
to make her useful In the make them over lntoIlve, stuff for him. Fl' Stetk. wife of Edmund F. Steck. If any

1 world by teaching them to other men. lie cannot seem to get. them. ao well Business Manager E O. Van. Ad- of said parties are deceased or claiming .

To this day we look at her as"she sits In any other way. Atlantic Coast Line n..w.. Klsslmmee, Fla. Interest therein under J. I.. Band- ,
1. That the lln '
owner are: deceased or otherwise claiming Interest
t In her'little glass house and.when one Not only anaemia but many other illnesses W. B Harris, Klsslmmee. Fla.E therein. the said property being

asks mother, "Shall I put on my warmcoat come because mot enough foods Standard Railroad of the South 0 Van Agnew Klsslmmee. Fla the following described. property, vis: '

"Go containing minerals 'are eaten or If 1. That the known bondholder, All that part of Section Thirty (I0> j
, she and
today? answers see morttrasjeea, and other security holder that lies. South of the County Road and
!iwfcat the thermometer Is doing." eaten are made Ineffective because the East Through Tourists TrainsTO owning or holding; 1 per cent. or more all that part of Section Thirty-one (11)

strong acid. takengo. .after them for of total amount of bond, mortgages, that lie North of the County Road except ,
or other securities are.: Seventy-nv (75) acres more or '
. Hidden Kitchen Utensil their own use. If we could talk baby Annie Palmer, Fell Warrenton. Va. bounded on the West by the West

1. We 8Ur| lute tonight on account of talk to them we might say "The acids THE EAST TO THE WEST Merirenthaler Linotype. Co. New bank of Canal on the South by the ;
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will catch you if you don't watch out." York County Road, on the East by the East "
the show. 7LO. VANS AONEW.SHERIFF'S \line of said Section! ThIrty-on. (11). 'II''II'leu.
"New Limited""FU.
York & Florida "SemiaoU .
2. Take the tunic up to the senate Now, just to get a little bit of a no- :: Special" and on the North by the water's edge >; 1

tion about how SALE of Fish Lake also excepting the Right .
chamber. very alight In quantity &:: West Indian Limited" Tfce Southland" ;
of Way of the Railroad aa It passe
3. It 1* my custom to give kind words though so wondrous In quality "Coa LJat Florida Mail" "Dixie Limited" Notice la hereby given that by and through said land. ald land lying In

for kicks. these vlUllzluj minerals are, any cook under virtue of that certain Writ of Osceola County Fla do appear. to the !,
should "Palmetto. Limited" Execution Issuing out of and under I complainant Bill of Complaint herein '.f'
and be and any eater study some reliable "Dixie Flyer""SL
4. Sit on mother's lap. Otto a.
seal of the Civil Court of Record. In filed on or before Monday the 7th day
good boy. book on the matter. You wUl Louis-Jacksonville Express" and for Duval County, Florida hearing of May A. D. lOll else In due Course of

6.: Here la baby. Take a peep and learn that there Is nothing quite so date the llth day of February A. D. law the said Bill of Complaint will betaken .
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.*17. Issued. In that certain cause there a* confessed by said unknownparties. o1,
don't wake him. heavy In lime as turnip tops which Steel Sleeping Can, Tampa to Wajniaftoa, in pending wherein St. James Realty It I I. further ordered thrft this -:
also means tbe topa of the kohlrabi. and Department Store order be published one a week for 11
6. Of Italy' rIvers. Po on which Company a corporation
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How much lime? Oh about one-half ,PkiladelpkU) ud New York. From JacluoivilU to Ckic (o, St. Louis, trading a* Cohen Brother I* consecutive week In the KlsslmmeeValley .
beautiful.
Turin la located Is plaintiff and Oraystone Hotel Com- Gazette, a weekly newspaper
:An'awers.-l, plate; 2, cup; 3, fork; 4. of,1per cent, but that tea' lot compared Lftoiiville, Ciaduali. ladiaaapolis Q.T..la.d aid GRad Rapids. pany a corporation I* defendant, Jhave rUbll.h.4 and of teneral circulation'

with what la In the valuable levied (upon and will sell to satisfy County of Oaceola and
pot; 5, pan: 0. spoon. spinach which baa onl.OO' cent. Obterratioa Cart-.Diaiaf CMS. said execution,. at public outcry at State of Florida. Witness the Honorable .
per the east door of the Court House In James W. Perkins a* Judge of '

.- How Silver Bow Creek Wa 'Named.Silver Sherman calls these minerals "ash constituents For'J reterraiiou apply t. Osceola County. Klsslmmee, Florida, on said Court, and my name a* C..rlcth.r.oI.
," which la a bit old fashion Monday, the 7th day of May A. D. 1(17, and the official seat of th.
Bow ,creek.received Its name :: A. W. 'IUTOT, J. G. E1RnAND within the legal hour of .a... to,, the .aid Circuit Court at Klsslmmee. O*'
from a party of prospector who reacb- ed. Others call them "nutrient aalts highest and beat bidder for cash, thefollowing ceola County, Florida, on this ,the l.f
of Butt In and common everyday people ea/ min I DiviaUm Paweaf er Af eat DivUoa Pasaemf Aftat described-personal property, day ,of 1tebruarlkA.OVEFtSTREE'f.
oed Its valley In the vicinity a* the property>> of the said Ortystone : : .
1804. While discussing the beat name eral matter. How great are little thing ; 138 W. Bay St, Jack* aviB. HUbboro HotoL Tampa Hotel. Company, to-wlt* As Clerk Circuit Court forJ4>

la what we need to realize In this con 1 large engine No. 1S1MS. (Circuit Court Seal '
: for the stream the clooda broke away, 1 email engine No. 115116. JOHNSTON GARRETT _,.

L: .!-.uaW .uJptr ?S-&fi.creek nection.radium,They In this are almost respect.comparablewith I, ........ ...... .... .. ... . .1, t dynamo. .. g.t.e.-:! 'I"' Aa Counsel for Complainants.1 ...


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Moat Complete Line of'Men' Summer Apparel Ever Shown. Look at These Prices: PALM BEACH SULTS in Tan, Coat and Pants, all sizes, . . .. . . $4.98 ,,


PALM BEACH SUITS i in Blue and White, Coat and Pants, all sizes, 01 ,. . '.: 6.69 | PALM BEACH SHOES, all sizes, e '. ? ", $2.25 .;

PALM BEACH 'SUITS in Gray and White, Coat and Pants, all 1 sizes, .. .. $5.98 WHITE CANVAS MEN'S SHOES, all sizes, a .: . :. . . . $1.75" j

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And awn here's!;. to th( comrades! who gave :t $!I'IIAKIIRIIIII' .FIBAST, l.t'NC-II: I,Iti -KA<'III'-.HH! l'I.LII '= 'fL'N/lf

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Of Grand! Army In ConventionContinued Give And their hi-re'K lives! to;the 'women...rthclr noble. ) I ,).*:- -:,-:.", ). 'X..x.--- {

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Wives, ;.y t
,And IKTO's to all women wjtliln whose A Ijualiipjm meeting will W held 1 at .r ,
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vi'lns 1 Mrs Alvx.inder
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nerved strawberry
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( from! rage One) Flaws the blood of fhe'muftyri, who feast luncheon last Thursday, Id,l's. Coltcl'maii'H' home on Mal>l.\le.

struggled to icatn. street, on Vt'iday.3:10: p: m., April 13.
Battens and "Inspection of credentials! We. will this cherish convention.It many.pleasant memorleaof FlowersFor For.our (country redemption from 'slat.try's afternoon from 3 to fl at hen. pleasant A full attendance enpeilnlly l ,solicited "ti, ,

at 10:90: to participate chain; country home, when plates were laid ? \
with the adjournment Is Indeed a trrvat pleasure 'our And far our flag, ,our owft lured ""Old for al plans for Baby Week, a report l :
In the,parado. national I president. who has honored us <1101')'." .I"ht. The table was daintily of flair committee... ned other matters
Commencing at a o'clock.! Mis Woolweaver with It vlHlt at this time and 1 am spread with a luncheon set embroider, .
at the piano the. All . i-cl in pink and was centered! with a should' receive attention 55?
took her place aura h"r preiunco will prove an Inspiration Occasions '
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Tho clui of twentv.flveboplcs
department officers. were ranged .n theline to .all Prominent 'Ofltrlsjs Present lull cut glass vase of Paul Nerou roses illsposid ,;
aide of the and' the work was ? The Convention was fortunate'' In Tho"delicious luncheon was served In of the TainlMi Times special. ) rill :
room "
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I am'exceedingly.glnd'to greet and V. 10'. \\. O: and
/ having for their honored guests several two courses, '. lion Covet Ing the contributed
taken Mra.u.Fannie IY.'prgu"Ori r..AIi' a very meet m many of lh" veterans and wish national <-i>lft>rl complete. report'ot the ''Natlonltl Con. fur you a most Klorloua ,encampment MILLS THE FLORIST gracious presence and brand personal I Alga and Any Humuelson and Miss. of. not placing ndvvrtlHlntr/ 'mutter "
+ v..nllon held at KanR" City In AuRuet I congratulate you on having BO ninnydlstliiKulHhed hon.ored . experience to the state and Local. talentnUfmllnit. ]\I.yVlnl<'r., sister of the hostess, and In. thin unld edition *
; guests and highly CKLUSTU: J. KKIPP,
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of I9J6. This was voted the moM corn Mrs C. N. lover, soon to I..n'ef"r her
plete report ever read In W. It. C. con. officials present on thisoccasion. INC. Mrs.' Ida K. Martin I national president Cincinnati (home; Mrs J. W. \KvunH. Sc-cretal-y,
vto t I wish to remind you that the. Woman of the.W.; It <*., arrived hero Tuesday llenjamln Kvans and Mr. and Mrs M
< Mra.n'ld K. Martin, nallonal president. 's Relief Corps stands ready mid and took an active part In the sub I I'Alexander. completed tho delightful r!<, to tho riixt llnpllKt ('hurch..F1un.
was called la the floor and repliedIn willing to serve you at all times. We sequentevents: ,, party: day night' and hear the l aslirCan(
a speech which the members en-, want to express to you our love and 36 W. St. Another national official, taking avery ta III. '
joyed to the full. loyalty and our desire. Is to make. your Fprsyth ,. prominent part In the proceeding Oo' to the first Haptlst Church Sunday :
; ng years happy and full of nun'- of the .Ladies Circle Mm. .
was Ella night and hear the Easter *'. : UI'HUiUH.IUT
t Can \ur.\\ 1:1i.. i'
northern frlrndersxyinglwofrThengverypresence ahl"'e.- attain renew our pledge of JACKSONVILLE FLA.HUtory' Fleming national chaplain! of Lnk- late. .
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of your happy faces Is compensation allegiance to the Grand Army of the land who was prominent at the social .
enough for m! coming to Republic. functions H r rH ntf.e tl fqr live, visitors 6IJC Farewell, fntewclU, dear f.... r<.ret, *,
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KlMSlmmee To the Circle. of'the.Li.illadot the. 1' .... .. ..' .. well."s during the 'business me..tl"g.r.the 1'rb S'J'. rYt 0 W004-0 4 9(fi3 5{S'S) 'We are hiRlhe.Kii yoTu to dart.
Mrs Hllss.; pad national senior vice II m It, who, are-also here assembledIn organisation she represents.lte.nl.llna . t.yC You era so .1..R..h'! ".....oclal.1'lth"a '

''r 'president extended greetings from convention, I extend to you greet.I . d 11.. D. ('. \\ soriow. s.. near our heait
? ,,V.OOOWisconsin: members, and Mrs..XVcjicott I U'J.k most'prosperous convention . . '." . The following resolutions were passed '. .' ..,. JC you could only spent to Us 5i.,
D 'responded: ..-7-d ""- .Is one and I wlrfli you nuccess therstars:: 'and'tdtripes?* liy the 4th annual convention of the .< "+Ho to _And 'ell-ua.wh..L'OI.l'k.IOW' __--
The beautiful memorial service occupied In lour onward march for the promotion a/id Woman Relief Corps, About the mystery of our boys
the remainder of the after- of high Ideals and service for< she feels that the most Important worTt Resolutions No. 1- It might relieve us-so'
t noon. '1 it patriotism. now Is to teach the forelsrn.ers. who That this convention approve.. a Pint Will rirvnn Chapter. U. h. f., w1llm..t or, net-hues.tla: lietfer I for \ia .d
h At the present time we have much law for tile state of Florida and that at Hart Memorial on Wednesday, Tt never know some truths '
flock to our beautiful land of
0... Fellowship Prevails. to be thankful for General Grant liberty and prosperity patriotism peace the department and corps! patriotic Instructors April llth, 4 o'clock In the afternoon Far It might the "dd.'r lie ".'f

3 Tuesday night was general good fellowship once ..%..d2: 'Let us have peace." Now meaning of our flag and our country: be Instructed! to use every J MRS. B. K. MOSKLKY, 1 I About our two splendid. j'oullts.k'Arewell .
evening, when the visitors metat let us say "Let peace continue" that It la a grand and noble work effort possible .for the pannage of such SecretaryIMPOKTA t ,
Many of the Veterans have lived to a law. farewell' dear Xfarireret! '
the Oraystone Hotel to listen to the which Is alloted our1" Woman's Relief
see the good results of the Civil War Resolution No. I-That the conven :>T MKUTI M KISSMIHKKTIK Your life has very lonely be**n..
band concert! and to enjoy the reception Corps and if the war cloud that Is j'
Just
few short
S" them the They have seen the development of the land tion express to the national patriotic "' a months of joy;
tendered by Sedgwlck hanging over our should result In 0"\:Ii'" ('LLD I)AYTne Thenn '
nation they have read the of Instructor by a vote of thanks their trouble >ouHere seen,
54 Circle Ladles of the O. A. U records! war, they would find that the women of ap- Since then. ._
' 1v history of their heroic deeds and- are preciation for the generous supply of you have tossed
So general was the conversation and our land would be just as ready to
now enjoying thebleaeings of free flags donated this year that has enabled Klssjmmee Woman's Club will for four years upon the laKe '
tradition/ the did a
and
contrary to women sacrifice give their time and love
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hold l an Important meeting next Tues And now from ,
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and united country.To us to promote and Increase Inter, you,pass us.
not do all the talking so general was If as that had been for
necessary ever '
day afternoon
at a:30
est In the at the Hart Me.morlal new II take
work.
( the exchange of jokes and reports that the Spanish-American War In. their country for there had alwaysbeen Wn..2lh or..rro
Chapter house and all member him }
largely! due the link of Resolution No.8That pleasure.
Commander Porter found It difficult cementing In America a woman behind the : .
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are urgently requested to be And If to him .
true :
1 friendship and unity. this convention tender 114 serve present ,
obtaining order when making. an. man who was behind the gun. The ehans he Learn
ices to President Wilson may to love
t .nouncements. Our nation today faces a great crisis women of our nation would be found to be used InanOw"y As Carl your
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loved
he once
The program arranged for the evening And aa I It prepares for defense, may It loyal and true.A for sees the fit preservation to make use of of Itsmembers TO T1IK HOY8' OK >..l MYRTLE HIM.IAnn you.
> was carried! out only In part a. the also prepare! for peace. The great call great and' irlorlous nation. our LiailTSKT t
boya" had decided to hold the Camp at the present time Is along patriotic' -
Fire on Tuesday evening Instead of lines and service Is :lotlem.. fttlnt close to the 14th encampment Be It further resolved that each one There's a stir today In 'Klsslmmee, ,TORY ATOIIM HAS AEAItTIFl'LEAg'rEll
have I the work for the betterment of our order The old flag Is floating
The of Florida Department of the so fay
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Wednesday a. planned and sifter an address women too a great part to ,
by Mrs. Ida K. Martin nationalresident I play In this living' drama the age H. A. R, was the Camp Fire meetinghtld .and of to the assist and brighten the path- In their uniforms blue, and with hearts. WINIOWDlsl'LaYThe .?'I
fl ay fast depleting ranks nt that beat true,
of the W. K C. and Let us all be true Americans, loyal andunited at the headquarters Wednnslavetenlng our '
a toast to' Store
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with LaLondo in boys In blue, and each one of us give Theetrrans are marching today. Store next for Comrade
i the boys who the peace and harmony truth .
wore brae.buttons of our best to the 'Incoming liceI' has a window display ap. '
by Miss Lenore Van Duser the ladles and justice. I trust the time will come charge No formal program was arranged Resolution 9 of the Knster. which
No. holiday
when all but lime hung heavy ana Bach year finds the ranks growing rroprlnt.
patriotic no
i served punch and watereand then ad. i organizations will That $: t. Cloud Invites this department smaller. the attention of thepassersby '
[ journed to the Baptist Church the verge Into one grand universal order with characteristic willingness to discharge nnrf reflects J
to erect the W. It. C. Home at St. Each year steps little much credit
a more slow
rallied
standing for the their duty"the comrades
headquarters of uplift of
the G. A. R. humanity the
Cloud. upon ability of Mr dec
i But with allegiance as a
At the Camp fire meeting Rev. A. }of. love for our country and loyalty to Its around their commander right' roy..lJv"lth Resolution No. 10- White and Blue as, true to.the Re d. orator. Banter v iet'"l.: every. description ,
flag. and storels As their9haughts
Chlsholm pronounced the Invocation songs That we extend .sincere thank to As It was In the years long ago are shown.--candles, cards ..
traveled road
t and later addressed the veteran. representing a retrospective Mayor Cadel of Klsslmmee the Klsslmmee ribbons. trinkets while one can alausee ,
the of Your flag and flag and oh how aud reminiscences of army life thronged -
the He iy ,
pastors city. Valley May nod bless the proverbial "rabbit" In "
Gazette the Board of eoch one of the veterans many
tr then .poke .. a eon of a Confederate much It holds. upon them a feeling grew more Trade the Sodtrwlck Circle No.8 of the That fought for the cause .shunts and sixes, to say nothing of the .
Veteran and they cheered, him to the Your land and my land secure beneath tense and patoslh was mingled with Ladles of the U. A. R. to the cltlsensof thought true: they "bt dl.." In. baskets, on the shelves, so I '. '
Its Comrade of St.
Mho as he a tribute to the flag folds patriotism. Burch KlRslmmee especially: When arranged as to rive( a most attractiveand -
the the last shall
his children taps sound
: Your heart time airs may
and and "heart beat Cloud contributed good old '
pledged love to Ills country my quicker appropriate The
and all who appearance. holy
have In
any way assisted each one be found. !!.
Its Snodgrass.
at sight on the violin with Mrs. E. M. -
Comrade Brake was called for. and Sun In making this convention a success At rest 'neath the Red White and day display of candles'Is complete this .. ''
kissed N. 1
of Y. the
and wind tossed Hartwlck at piano; .
the red .
being one of the largest .
In
responded characteristic style. !"Pa- and blue Bean" with Mrs Belle C. Harris, past national Blue U M. W. having ever r. ..
-, trlottsm." he said "Is not waving the The and white the "Army was sung rousIng'chorus president W. R. C., the mother of Flor April 3rd. been received by a local nous. for any :!
one Mist Levore VanDuser read .
flag the
flag" great flag,the flag ; special occasion. The .
and turning to the color bearer. ida Department sent greetings and arrangementreadily
"at on the rostrum he for you andme, Hetsie Ross, and a surprise was rung congratulations. suggests the fact that Story's
grasped the Mrs. Harris organised
standard bearer Glorified all else beside the red and when a comrade James H. Green saluted TOM BASS DKAD Store Is the Raster
and unfurled the beau '- this department 'In ,KUslmmee In headquarters for .,
white commander and extended
4 and blue.Mrs. the .
tiful silk banner tflthe stars and 1S11. Klsslmmee Aside from the novelty
N' tripes fluttered above the bowed greetings from the Dahlgren Post No. Mrs Lola\ dlsp ay. Is another made attrac '
headsof Knautr. A
national telegram
Ida K. past patrl- .was received here this up "
Martin national 1, Boston Mass. Comrade Green stated '
? the presi lively' In which Is elaborately
assembly. 'It doe. otic shown
In waving the flag" he not consist! dent of the W. R. C.. was present and that he Is Past Commander and Patriotic present Instructor as who was unable to be morning announcing the death of T. many of the holiday specials! for men, "
continued anticipated, sent greeting
gave a most Interesting review of the' Instructor of his post and has just and regrets. A. Bass at his home In Avon Park, lyfomen and children at prices so reasonable t
"Patriotism/ Is following the flag. Bespoke history of the had the' of in
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organisation she repre pleasure naming a school that there Is no excuse t'
and his for
effectively of t sented. his state Betsle Ross"," 'and had brother "Uncle" Everett Bassleft any

; lrr.eno'a; presented one to not be In style the .
tional crisis and said, a them. with a flag on 'Washing' 00004 .OOO for that place to attend the funer I Easter parade. Jn Sunday
.nation -cowards or of babies that we BIN.eat Address .( ]I.a al .....1. ton's Birthday. OOO.OO.+ al.l Mr. Bass was one of tht leading I :
Iwlll let a foreign that we ..... As the time for the of the -
departure
Ytr. R. C. '
SENIORS AM>> "I \IOHII IIAVH business I
+ men of Klsslmmee In Its DIr. and Mrs. Aaa
can far pioneer Caulklns,
go as and no farther Has the After I "Special" drew the camp! fire to a close 1'A ItTI'44004'9'P4000440' proml. anent
Kaiser got a grip Imlghty'. Grand greeting the Comrades of the and the "Star Spangled Banner"' wasflung + days and has a large number of I people from Fayette, Ohio who 6,
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Army of
the
Republic!, the Lade have been
spending some time In
.deteriorated youth of the nation lea of the out over the heads of the audience + friends among our older residents, who i the
'. that American Circle and the sister mem- 'q"964b4+J 40'o- state ,arrived here this week and will
man salute
to and to sand
as they rose
hood 'the sons of the veterans of Val. mere of the Women Relief Corp. of the air so beloved by American will regret to learn tot his death : be the guests of'Mrs. G. C. Harmon.UOTIUCIIS'l .
whom every
she .1. the
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Forge highest officer that :
ley and were.aueate
l Yorktown that a for..llII'nOwer of national heart. The Seniors of the Juniors ,. . .
r president She said that In
may shut up Its harbors "He i Prominent visitors attending the Circle . .Saturday - l
"was Interrupted with these times when the war cloud hangsover evening at a unique
volley of
a "Nos"from
meeting Included
it the crowd and finished hi. ad and teach our land It behooves us to speak I Susan H. James of:Jacksonville past party when they!' were Invited for a ,;
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patriotism
wherever
dress by stating his firm conviction for the aliens possible i junior vice. moonlight ride on. Lake, Tohppekallga.
that should war be declared the men are ever present; foreigners Clara Buck department treasurer I They started, ostensibly' for the
d' would rally In a united service for the are pouring Into our land and I Lynn Haven. ride
,'x flag that had. never been trailed In de- we, should be ready to teach what It Amelia PhafTer P. I., Lakeland ,I but the city dock was as far as the
meant to be citizens.
loyal
Sh.
feat: spokeof I ride extended Ji
Comrade LaLonde Comrade Jeffries the founding of the Grand Army of liertha Petersburg.Helen Twltchel. department registrar Here they matched familiar State'Banic-
St
and others spoke recalling old times the Republic In the city of Denver In savings 1 for a change ot partners
"l and dwelling on the April 6th, 11188. Said for about fifteen Jeffries corresponding secretary and, were Instructed to meet at the
r "outlook. present .omlooua' years they did not' seem to Zephyrhilla.\ NNellie Stanford home. Here games and contests .
t Commander Melrath There was. something: lacking and aftera ; Hopkins: Zephyrhllls. were introduced, but suddenly,
called. up several Ella Flemmlng Edith Cleveland of the lights of Kissimmee "
while there was a vigorous were extinguished and the
speakers from cT corre
*, the W. R. who Lekelsnd.Lydia boys told to ::
I' a1u.ndence'started with the ladies of secure a partner and ad. J
responded with
spirited talks: \ : Miles, *
department
different patriotic and relief organizations chaplain St. journ to the UuflotfH! home..

Address of Dsartsesjt Presides which resulted In the O. A, R. by Petersburg Here they found an additional sur
; It Is my pleasure also a great honor unanimous vote giving to the ''Woman's Neon "Hmlth.' St. Augu..tlnfl.I.ydla prise. The rooms were a bower of
,,' ', 'to extend t greetings. of the Depart- Kellef Corps the right to add the title No feature 11. Miles.of the St. Petersburg. greenerand Inviting looking tableswere The eyes'of the world )
'ment of Florida Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary Oth. Grand Army of the encampment was laid, while a card containing
,a band of loyal women the auxiliary Republic to .. title For 34 years more appreciated than this toast given "Abrll Bobo Cafe' Lea Amos Juniors,' ,
of the Grand they have by Miss Lenore Van I>uzer at the recep
Army of the Republic. worked faithfully and well verified their suspicions. that it was
We appreciate the cordial for the Interest of the union tion at the Oraystone Tuesday night time to
welcome veteran .. *at. Here the girls received
extended to us and thank the. citizens and his dependent once, ever striving I AB OrlKlsal loss I., Dr. Msry. B. Martin place cards and were alloted partners, \
of Klsslmmee for their to uphold the hands of of HpBttle W. .. but when the whoSAVES
the old
hospitality an
'favor. and In their noble work. They comrades have Hero's to the boys who wore the blue; out the chairs attempt numbers was of made them to draw"were are on man :

I wish" to especially thank the Sedg- worked indefatigably for the relief Here's to our comrades, so brave andNevPruer found to be tied to the table.

wick Circle Mo. d, Ladles of the Orand fund and have reached the sum of $e,- :: \ The 'Llsta de Platos" was a puzzle,
braver ,
or band
4 Army for the many courtesies' extend. 100,000 for relief work and have. now amembership Ever perplexing the cleverest but observation
I fought and bled
ed to have a land.
to and
us greatly of 165,000.
appreciate their and experience taught the
guests
Your mothers, wives and sisters
., kindness and attention that ha. added She feels that the Woman's Relief who to Interpret It as follows:
Throughout that
siege
to our pleasure were ever true,
and .
comforts Corps en the first to Introducepatriotic While :"Ivory: manirulalora'1--toothpicks.
\ou were
We thank. the pastors worn fighting with shot and
the Baptist Into the schools which shell "Iced Cry'stal'-Ice Water
and Presbyterian churches for the use we did some 20 ] "Ocean Waves"-Salt Water.
years ago and are To the land love
of the churches and the preserve we so well.
pastor of the till "Snow 'Iak"-J"t Meal.
working along that line
spending
Christian They we're bearing burdens throughout ,
church for .
the
\ flna address much each yearfor tings, the day' "Lady Kllppers"Bananas.
delivered
-' .this evening. i prjmers, oleograph. of the Origin and And at night on their knees continued When'Hot Ct\oa.merriment' 'o over Candy this Inci

-- ----------- dent subsided the guests were bounty
-- ----
fully served with delicious Ice cream
and assorted cakes

All the appointments of this pleasant
1( event carried out the class colors of
purple and white and the favors were

.-- --- _.. -- tiny caps decorated with the class seal. RUSE for a moment man
-T .
young
The Invited guests Included the p ,
.. C; it Senior; class! the Junior-class: the faculty ,
: ; ; ;:; ;: : and a few-friends.STRAWAERRY and give a thought to self. The ",



: 'i' ::; OOOOOOO OOttOOOO .O problems that confront you. now, or .\ ,

. ., COODADVWE.1 E' KRA8T '
71 ; \ ,: IL.AHM! LU1rCHj will, a few years hence. !

I"
.
. .. Look about Ike of affairs in
men
-- yon- ,country, state nation-

Ram Lupfer .'ntertalned his Sunday in the world the who'started '
q school class of the Baptist church and yes, are men to save early in life. .J

their girl friends Friday evening, at

his home' .on About Verona tw..ntr.-nve with a very young pleas They .hate the respect and confidence of the community. ",', ,

people
Steadfastness were present games
4, of purpose earnestly striving to realize honest ambitions and amusing contests. arranged by Mr Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they ,: .J

.
and Mrs Lupfer for their entertain

;tg r regularly increasing the surplus of a Bank account; these are ment. Punch and wafers, were served make-they may hare. >a food time for a whi.le. but what does their !i

reflect I
personality;

j stepping-stones to the confidence of ones fellowmen :' i OPEN. (,III MF.RTIJIIIG-LAn.FJIt NU AHMV OK Till OV HK-TUB. ..,

d' - . PD1ILIGKlsslmmee. A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the ...

;r s t 'ft This Bank realizes fully these things and offers you the opportunity .. -. 1"1." ..., April SIn nucleus of an honorable, independent career. e

I . the lovely decorated. post room of Make your I beginninf now-today, Your bank
2. ) to the Q. A R., the memorial ..rvln-s n'
make
,
S a start. .f ;,: book will the 1
r ,, ; / the eighth annual convention! of the. pave way.
\ J.u'h..nf, the O.' A, R. were held at 1 SC
i4 ,' '; .1'',' 'I We'::'jn', '." ,"'I i.
for sirters who have
p m passed awayfluriiiit stock
i r Capital :
e I _J__ 100000.00
c Jr' \ the year. +
1t:1. .:;
i
". . "_ .r; .._(,; _; "' T>< pnrfnent Commander Ltda Miles Resources over ---.._.-,-__-...--------- 400,000.00
"i 1 '. .. :'i J"t ,. j nffirnil a risyor for htn departed on'fOhaWod .
q''fII.1 . ; bv the Lord's Prayer In whleMme
'
"
.h'u.
'
." .. u. rW'' !,: .' all untied. Song,. "Rock,,, of Aces,", Officers nnd Directors "
'
.
'- '"' ..... sung t>m all . ;
.., ,11111.' "III nkr ;CITIZENS' BANK : I Aa the Department President called C. A.'' CARSON .President
r M. KATZ and E.
\7;. :' the different! circles, 'eaCh placed a L. LESLEY; V-P.;
; . ,
.
In' broken
flower on the altar a oh"le.
"' ., ..,.r.' \ I! ', : In memory of our dear ones. ROMA THOMAS, Cashier '

t OF KISSIMMEE>: I ;, :" Some.day and some time our eyes. 'a. :
''
. shall see the faces kept In memorY. N. C. BRYAN, N. B. CARSON M."KATZ
,
Some day: our hands .shall clasp their ., .
r bends just over Ian" the morning land. .e.A. CARSON H* FLEMING, E. 1.... LESLEY

R Meeting closed. by audience singing # J.,WADE :TUCKER: Direeton.111ELtY1 .
SUSAN H. JAMKd .
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